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-Gold closed at 11? in New York On Sat
j-Cotton closed quiet At. 15 i canta; Bales
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? -tn Liverpool, Satofday afternoon-, cotton
Iras dull add unchanged; uplands 'ti,
Orleans Sd; soles 10,000 bales.
. .-< Beware, of the Ut boa nd.
.? Referring to our Columbia letters, it will
tje seen that the'dominant faction in tho
lower House of the L?gislature have perpe?
trated au outrage, which calls for the denun?
ciation of all honest men. Tire Chesterfield
?election case bas been decided against the
Reform candidates, and in favor of their
Radical contestants. This wai done in de?
fiance of the majority report, the evidence in
the case, and the plea^f Mr, Audell, whose-,
efforts to/do a jost thing by placing bis name
on the re^rdin-favor.of thc light was con-j
tumeliodBly rejected. * r
It should not escape the observation of j
?'' the public that while the Kou?e?f Represen?
tatives of the United States,' which gav%,
some years, agc-, the badprecqderr?cf ousting'
Democratic membershy.thje?T^br?/af power,
has receutly shown a disposition to recog?
nize and respect the will of the public, the
House of Representatives of South Carolina
surpasses the bad eminence of its old exem
piar, and steadily refuses to imitate its
change for the better. This is significant.
It means that even a Radical sanhedrim at
'Washington begins to perceive what a Radi?
cal junta' in South Carolina fails to under?
stand. It means that the day of arrogant
assumptions of force is well-nigh -spent at
the Federal capital, but still continues
.at the capital of this State. The]
eye3 of the Radical magnates in Con?
gress are being opened to the fact that retri?
bution is still a principle of the world's gov?
ernment ; therefore are they a little wise In
J?rhe.. But Minder than moles ate Che ignor?
ant arid,veo al legislators at Columbia, who
fancy perchance that the future has no
-Teveoges, and that the deluge will-not come
-& their time: "We tell" them, however, that
..every wicked invention of theirs shall return
at. no .distant period to plague tuena, and
when, ns ls sure to be -the case, a f ature
".Democratic or Conservative General Aesew
bty shall take the place of the present Radi
^calj.c?ncern, the precedent oJT ousting dis?
tasteful members may be remembered, and
made available with a vengeance.
The Legislature would have been suf?
ficiently overwhelming ra Radicalism,, even,
if the Chesterfield Reform candidates had re?
tained their seats in a?corda?ce^witb the law
of the casec?nd report of the majority. The
mys tery^f^'ibelr defeat -ls-eaTBily solved,
when tue Tumor gains strengtii, and be?
comes at least a probability, thri the Radi?
cal contestants now seated are"-the corrupt
creatures of The Ring, whe^in."defiance of
the Eiesta^ve and the -Conservive mem?
bers, favorr&ilway and other svftodfes, which
promise to put money in the purses of a few' j
manipulators, but would ultimately bankrupt j
Like the strong man of old, it is easy to
"tffcnd the oak and rend the State; but they
Who practice 6uch feats of prowess bad [bet- j
ter beware of the rebound which has come
at Washington, and will come even in South
Attention to Details.
. The Richmond Whig says it-tmist be con?
fessed that dislike, approaching even to dis?
gust, for details, hus always been a promi?
nent defect in Southern character. The
general bas too much prevailed over the
particular in all that pertained to? domestic
Interests. Federal relations would "attract
more iuterest than agricultural, -commercial
and professional affairs. It is remarkable
/that while more was heard of Stale rights in
.the South than elsewhere, the chief aim of
tte political ambition was directed to a na?
tional arena, and that whilst less was heard
?in the North of State rights, and more of the
;-giory and greatness of che nation, most of
its leading men devoted themselves to pro?
fessional pursuits, and to commercial, man
infacturing and ?rfd us trial .development of
their own section. The consequence was
that while the nation flourished under the
guidance of Southern statesmen, their -own
States, which occupied so much more digni?
fied a place ra their theory than their prac?
tice, lost ground materially, and, as a conse?
quence, politically, whilst the North, direct
ing it? energy to ijs own development, grew
strong and gr??t, and by attending faithfully
to its private' and local interests, gradually
obtained the control of those which were
. The salvation-of the South now depends
. upon correcting the injurious tendency of
. former-times to look tob?me grand.political
panacea as the remedy for its woes, and
practicing upon the simple truth ennnciated
j by the Richmond Whiff, that "solid national
"wealth^ the offspring of individual ex
"ertion," and that individnal exertion, to be
successful, must be systematic, and devoted
to particulars as weil as to the general. The
varied agriculture appropriate to Virginia
and the Carolinas, in grain growing, fruits,
?fcc, and the adaptation to"manufactures,
specially call for-particular and careful de?
tail. Ic the enterprises of peace aa in- those
of war, the most successful- are those Who,
wnfie they- are able to ?rasp and handle
great and comprehensive seneraes, do not
neglect the most minute poises. In the or?
dinary vocations of life ne-capacity for great
things is required, bot there is none in which
attention to that which is particular ls un?
important. What is it that makes the re?
spectable Northern mao coming to the Sooth
to engage in legitimate pursuits succeed so
well, but the unwearied assiduity and pa?
tience with which he bustes himself with the
material interests in detail whieh lie around
. him, neglected by too many here, as well as
in States further South ? He finds openings
and new materials of commerce in hum?le
objec s which we had either overlooked or
despised, and#thus not only improves 4iis
I own condition, hut increases' the general
.'The"? 30ldier-shriekers in York County,
Whoever they may.be, nave alarmed the
F-Kew York Tribut** and cause 'Lit ?emo?
tional journal to relie ve itself in these words :
"Down in York County, South Carolina,
sundry enterprising people have been mining
for froid. We don't know what their luck has
been, but it. would.probobly have been better
only that the rascally Ku-Elux interfered with
the operators and the operations: Upon this,
application ls made to the Secretary ol War
for military protection. He refers them to
General Sherman, who replies land nowto mes
the extraordinary part of the affair) that 'our
j .army .ls too small to undertake to protect In
r rllvidua1! men or their interests.' So the peti?
tioners are referred to a Congress committee
engaged in investigating outrages at the
'South !" And we suppose that the Congress
comrnlttee will ponder very deeply, and in
[ dee time provide what General Sherman cal ls
.a general and adequate remedy.' We most
beg leave to doubt the Justice, cr the good*
policy of referring men, in dally" danger of
being murdered, and continually impeded in
their honest*lndustry, to a Congress commlt
[ tea^ .'Individual men and their interests' is a
nice piece of convenient Tpenerailzatlon; but
society and ita a Uki nt are made, of individuals
and of private Interests, and it happens to be
just these that the rufflaniy Ku-Klux nod lt
roost convenient to assail, while lt ls Just these
which the government is bound to protect.
It the army ls too small to enforce law and
order in York County, South Carolina, then
the army ls small indeed. But we suppose
that a squad.of twenty-five muskets would be
enough for the gold miners, and we can't
spare even these." .
Lesp The Tribune should demand an im?
mediate addition of five million men to the
standing'' army (convenient instrument of
all despotisms,) we take occasion to say that
Governor Scott is ready, and able, to give the
York gold miners all the protection they
need. When tho State authorities, with the
assistance of the people of the Slate-which
will be cheerfully given, if necessary-are
unable to keep peace in these York diggings,
we will anxiously Implore The Tribune to
seadAis its squad o? twenty-five inuskels
expeeted-to be more potent than all the law
and the prophets, and sixty thousand white
The Savannah Advertiser .flies into a
passion because TUE CHARLESTON NEWS
copies a statement by the Baltimore Sun
that, according to the United States census,
_U*o population of Savannah has.ducreased
8fe?evi86U It ts far more pleasant t?
us to think that tho population of Sa?
vannah has increased than the reverse,
and-we willingly give publicity to Tie Ad?
vertiser's statement UiaLSavaunah has gain
ted "?OOO since I86D. Ai the sane ttme we
suggest to our contemporary,- that it is tiot
worth While to rose one's temper about so
small a matter, to Charlestou eyes, as an in?
crease of only six thousand in population.
TH? DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR TUE DISTRICT OF
SOU IH CAROLINA-IN THE M ATT KR OF W. 0.
P. BELLINGER A WM. H. .BELLlHrtER, copart?
ners in trade as BELLlNGr.lt ? SON,
lian kr up is, by whom a petition for adjudi?
cation ol Bankruptcy was flied ou thc 30tu
day of J.iRHary, A. D., 1871, In said Court.-lu
Bankruptcy.-Thisla to give notice, thar, on the
THIRTY-FI HST DAY or JANUARY, A. D., 18TI, a war
rant in bankruptcy waa bsued against the estat?
or W. C. P. BELLINGER* WM. IL, BELLINGER
(copuriuers tn trade os aforesaid) of tb? Toivu or
WlunsUoro', tn the County or Colieion and State
or South Carolina, who have been adjudged bank?
rupts, on. their own pallion; tu?t the
payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupts, to them
onortuelr use, and the transfer of any property by
tfwn, are for oti iden by 1 .ir; that a meeting of the
oredltomof the said bankrupts, ie prove their
debts, and toohooseoue or more assignees or their
est?t", will be held at a Oourt oi^ Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 72 Broad street, Charleston,
South Carolina, before J. C. Carpenter, Ke*lstrar,
on the FiFTBKNTn DAY OF FBBROARY. A. D., 1871,
at ll o'clock A. M. L E. JOHNSON,
feb?-ur? D. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
3fe\D5?apsra, ftlagajines, &t.i
High Farm'ng Without Manure. E. M. Pendle?
ton; Experiments with PertlTzers, E. B. Smith:
Practical Experience In t'Lintlng, s. w. Evan-;
Common Sense uppl.ed to Farming, Hobkirk; Ex?
p?rience w.tli Turnips, R. OMsetm; ls the South a
Stock Country? D. W. Aiken; Nut Bearing Trees
of ita South, S. .<. Buckley.
And natue rous other articles and much valua?
ble c i respond'.nee.
* subscription, $2 per annum.
febl ( harlesmn. S. O.
EEM OVAL -DR. WM. C. HORLBBCK
has removed his Office and Ke?tdei'<-e to
No. 213 Meeting street, one door south of calhoun
VA TE BOARD is to be had here, at moderate
rates. The ?inter climate ls warm. Rerer to Ur
0..N. H?UEKT. No. j2 Eusc Bay. or to Mr. E.T.
HUGHES,'First National Bank, Charleston.
ELLISON-JOHNSON.-On Thursday momia st,
February 2,18TL by the Rev. J. B: SjeabTooavW.
ELUSOK, of Statesburg, S. C., to GABRETTA
JOHNSON. No cards.
jtac CONSIGNEES' PER STEAMSHIP
VIRGINIA, from Pillia 'elpbla, axe hereby. no?
tified that she will discharge cargo TO-DAY, at
Brown's Wharf Goods uncalled for at sunset
will remain on wharr at owners' risk and ex
j pense. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
,pS* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
[ MARYLAND, from Baltimore, are hereby _notl
'fled that she ts THIS DAY discharging cargb at
Pier No. 2 Union Wharves. All goods not taken
away at sunset" will remain on wharf at con?
signees' risk. MORDECAI A CO*., Agents.
ps* N O T 1 C E.-ALL PERSONS IN?
DEBTED to the-late A. P. REIGNB, of Charleston,
are requested to make payment to the subscriber,
and those having demands against bls^Estate
will present them, properly attested, to R. DE
1 TREVILLE, Esq., at his office, Law Range.
MRS. MARY L. REIGNE,
ps* THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
. UNA, COUNTr OF CELARLESTON.-COURT OF
I COMMON PE AB.-CORNELIUS J. WALKER, BEN?
JAMIN F. EVANS AND HARVEY COGSWELL,
Copartners, as WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL
AND D. WYATT ADIEN, Plaintiffs, against E.P.
GLENN AND J. A. WRIGHT. Copartners, as
GLENN Si WRIGHT, Defendants.-Summons.
For Money Demand.-[Complaint not served.]
I Jo E. P. GLENN and J. A. WRIGHT, Copartners,
as GLENN ?WRIGBT, D?tendants, jin this action:
You are hereby summoned and required to ans?
wer thc complaint In this action, which has been
flied in the office of the Clerk of the Conrt of Com?
mon Pleas for the said County, and to 6erve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers at their
office, Np, 34 Broad street, Charleston, within
twenty days aft er'the service af Oils summons on
yon, exempte of the day of service.
If youTBllto answer rbis complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiffs will take judgment
against you for the sum or One Hundred and Ten
Dollars, with interest at the rate of seven per
centum per annum from the "th day of January,
one thousand eight hundred andsev?nty-one, and
Dated Charleston,v7th January, 1871.
MAGRATH A LOWNDES,
. PlalatlQV Attorney.
To the Defendant, GLENN St WRIGHT: Take
notice that the summons tn-this action, of which
the foregolnglsa copy,waa Died in theoffloeof the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, at Charles?
ton, in the County of Charleston, la the State of |
Sou tb Carolina, on the 7ih day of January. 18H.
MAGRATH Ss LOWNDES,
Na 84 Broad street,
fehft-m3 _ Charleston, B. C.
.ESTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLLETON COUNTY.-Conrt of Common Pleas.
EDWARD OIQU1N Vi. L. B. BOAT WRIGHT-At?
tachment.-To L. B. BOATWKIQHT, Defendant In
this Action : Yon ate hereby snmmoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint In this action,
which la filed In the office of A. C. SCHAFFER,
Esq., Clerk of the Conrt of the County and State
above named, and to serve a copy of your
answer on the subscribers, at their office In Wal
terboro', within forty days from the date hereof;
and If you fall, judgment wUl bo taken against
j you. HENDERSON.A BEHRE,
JanlS-nrc_ Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
9* MULTITUDES OF PEOPLE RE?
QUIRE an alterative, to restore the heal'hy action
of their systems and correct the derangements
that creep Into lt. Sarsaparillas wore used and
valued, nntil several Impositions were palmed off j
upon the public under this name. AVER'S SAR?
SAPARILLA ls no imposition. feh3-fmw3 PAW
Sr WM. McKAY, AT No. HO MEET?
ING STREET, will make advances on any and
everything sent to him on consignment.
PS* TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES?
TON.-The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY would respectfully represent that their pre?
sent nnanclnl condition compels them to mako
an appeal to your well-known liberality and pub?
lic Hp) I lt.
Arter live years' uninterrupted service our appa?
ratus, worn aud injured by the faithful duty per?
formed, has been sent to the builders for repairs.
Thc pay from the city, having been greatly re?
duced, ls Inadequate to mee* our current expenses
and ray the debt Incurred by the company for the
necessary repairs now being made.
The following ?entlemea have been appointed
to call ou the eliIzens for douatlous :
A. W. LEWIN, Vloe-Presldent,
P. FINN, i. MCDOUGAL^
GEO. RE LY* A, . . ;j:<R03IS, *jH
J. 0. 'MAHER, . -JA8. QUINN, -1
M. CAREY, M. KING.
By order of the Company.
. . R. S. BRUNS, President
J. S. WESTESDOBFF, Secretary.
I cheerfully recommend the appeal of the above
Company. M. H. NATHAN,
L jonas_Chief Fire Department.
ps* GETTING MARRIED -ESSAtS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel uuflttcd for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Uoward Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
' Pa._ Jan23-Smos
P&*HATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYE is thc best in the world-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. B ATC ll E LO R'S HAI R
DYE produces IMMkDIATELY a splendid Bl ick
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair cleau. soft and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 18 Bot.d street, New York.
^-SUGGESTIONS FOR THE SEASON.
Thousands regard the winter as a season of trials;
and the troth ia", that lr there ls a weak point in
the'syrtem, winter ls pretty sure to And it out.
Constitutional tendencies to disease are generally
aggravated by damp and cold. (Rheumatism
sometimes lies perdu all thc summer and fall, to
pounce upon Its victims in the season of cold.)
As a means of fortifying the body against all Ibc
diseases which prevail most'extensively In winter,
HOSTETEIt'S STOMACH BITTERS cannot be too
urgently recommtinded. There would be fewer
cases of thc pulmonary complaints tending to
consumption, If all leeble sys.-ms were Invigorat?
ed during the sea'on with a c arse of this inesti?
mable vegetable tonic and alterative. Constipa
don. Indigo Hon, torpidity of the liver, nud a gen?
eral sluggishness of the secretive orgsns, very
generally prcvflUat this period or the year. To
all these ailments experience (thc most trust
worthy of all mentors) teaches us that the BIT?
TERS is a reliable remedy. Warm clothing ls a
good externaldcfence against atmospheric cold
and moisture, bur vigorous activity In the vital
organisation which generates heat and delivers it
to the surface, ls also essential to health, and this
activity ls secured through the operation of the
BITTERS. The skin sympathizes with the
stomach, and If digestion ls regular and perfect,
th exterior circulation wLI be brisk, and damp
and cold may be encountered wlih comparative
^THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL k Hs all pain In
two minutes. Cancers, Bolls, Tetter and .Old
Sores, cured In 48 hours by UR. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. Foi sale at retail by
G. W. A1MAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE?
DE. H. BARR, POT,
A.O. BARBOT, OR. Q. J. i.UHN,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE St CO.,
M. H. COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN A SCH WAKE. DB. W. A. SKRINE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
sole Agents for South Carolina novll-dmosDAW
pa- READER, 1T;MAT^E YOURSl
By the investment of five dollars yon may ss%nre
a prize worth $25,000. At the same time receiv?
ing with your ticket a Work of Art worth the
amount Invested. For-fall particulars -of the
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE Of $06,000 worth
of property, the plan and object of which
ls now. BO popular, address
J. C. DERBY, General Manager,
febS-mwra _Augusta, Ga.
pa-SOW C. BAKER & CO. 'S. GENU?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.^-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best in the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JNO. a BAKER k CO., Philadelphia,
A full supply on hand by
, DR. H. BAER,
feb6-mwf6mo3_No. 131 Meeting street.
pm- REMITTENT' FEVER&-THE WAY
TO ESCAPE THEM.-A dose of PLANTATION
BITTERS, taken night and morning, will enable
the system to repel the deleterious influence of
these fruitful sources of epidemic disease, lt ls
in evidence that in many .instances where the
greater portion of the population of an em Ire set?
tlement have been prostrated by billons remittent
fevers, the few who have had sufficient forecast to
take the Bitters as a preventive, have escaped <
tte scourge. As a remedy after an attack has
actually commenced, this celebrated tonic and
antl-billons elixir ls invariably efficacious. In
'such cases, if taken when the fever ls off, lt will
; soon control the paroxysms, and when the pa?
tient ls convalescent, lt will restore the appetite
and recruit tee strength more .rapidly than any
other stomachic and in vigoran t in use.
.SEA MOSS FARINE from pure Irish Moss, for
Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, kc. .
The cheapest, healthiest-and most delicious food
in thc world._feb6-mwf3p*c
pa- TAX NOTICE.-NOTICE IS HERE?
BY given that the Treasurer of Colleton County
will be ready to receive the State and County
"Taxes at his office, In Walterboro', February et h
until March 22d. After this date an addition of
twenty per cent, will be charged on an amounts
of taxes remaining unpaid before May 6th, and
after that date the Treasurer will proceed to col?
lect by distress or otherwise.
Al! real and personal property are charged with
nine millson the dollar for State, and three mills
on the dol'ar for County Taxes.
All taxes payable in this County will be paid In
this office as above.
.fflce County Treasurer, Colleton County, S. C.,
Walterboro',* January 27,1871.
. JAMES W. GRACE. "
^gri cultural implements.
These PL UTTERS ?re made in New Orleans,
were patented tn i860, and lu that year 700 were
sold. For sale by
C. ORAVELEY, .
No. .62 East Bay
feb6-mth2 South of the Old Postoffice.
Cost ano ion nb.
L~^T~^JrlTsnM:?R?lNG, A P?CKAG?
of SHI.' PAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable reword will oe paid If left at
this office. D. JENNINGS. No. ttBroad street.
rRENT, A VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE
tu the upper part of the city, off Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. This house was
occupied by the Sisters of Mercy, and la large au a
-commodious, having ^11 the modern improve
mems. Beat low. Apply at No. in Broad street,
Dissolutions of CT op ar tnt* rs ii ip.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing nuder the name of J.D. AIKEN k
I CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. D. AIKEN will attend to the settlement of the
air .irs of the late firm, and will continue the
business in his own name. febl-wfms
-fanni ?000s, Ut.
A splendid assortment of the tallowing GOODS :
Gul-; and Silver LACE and ORNAMENTS, suitable
for Masquerade and Fancy Bulls. Also. Organ?
dies, In -all colors, and In Gold and Silver; Gold
sud M. vcr Paper, White and Colored Plomes. A
fun. linc of Ladles' Dress Cap".
MRS. M GALLOWAY,
No. 324 King, opposite Liberty street,
tumbttj fntU Ut.'
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE
ALL DESCRIPTlONd-AND QUALITY.
A full stoct? of WRITE PINE, from fi to 12 Inches
thick, clear and weU seasoned.
Mahogapy, Walnut, Cherry. Birch, Oak, Ash,
Toplar Boards and Planks, Rosewood, walnut
and Mahogany Vencen, Newels, Ba asters, all
kinds of Mouldings, Sashes, Blinds, Doors. Ac.
The attention ofbululcrs and others ls especial?
ly requested, thar we are prepared to furnish the
above m any quantities with suoh priced that
compare favorably with New York rates.
L H. HALL & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
CT700D! WOOD! WOOD I
OAtf, LIGUTWOOD and PINE, delivered nt re?
duced rates. Wood of the best quality always 'on
baud. WILLIAM SIMMONS,
Woo i Yard, Market ?irert,
febl-6?_Between State and East Bay.
Nu. 94 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SAND, Ac, Ac, kc.
A substitute Tor Laths antf Piaster, at less than
one-half the cost.
300 boxes best I. C. Charcoal TIN
IOU bbls. Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. GRFMKE.
ey Postotlice Box 374._| unl5
A" TL?N? IC~npH?)Sll?r?A^
OF OUAltLESTON, S. C.
I F. J. PORCHER, F. /. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. LEI5BY, W. P. HALL, L. D. DB
SAUSSURE, B. G. PINCKNEY.
Thc ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at. their works cn Ashley Uiver,
under the direction of au experienced and practi?
The Company Intend this to be a ?rst-class fer?
tilizer, and one windi can be recommended to
The Company arc also prepared t^ manufacture
> ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommended by
chemists, as wita lt Planters are enabled to make
their owu fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or $00 on time, with interest at the rate
of one per cent, per mouth.
Tue ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $36 per ton,
cash, or $40 0:1 time, with Interest at the rate of
one per cent per month.
Pf.LZER, RODGE KS k CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mos Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
jp E R U VI A N GUANO.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
In store and to arrive. l,OUl> McLAIN,
jan4 No. 31 Broad street.
OUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
it No. 369 King street, where DYEING m all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls cone at the
shortest notice and In the best style.
I. BILLER French Dyer,
No. 359 King street, near corner tieorge street.
TBE GENTLEMEN ACTING AS A SPE
. ci K\, COMMITTEE for the Monti nen tal Pair
win please meet the Ladles holding Tables at the
Widows' nome Broad street, THIS DAY, Febru?
ary 6, at 8 o'clock._febG
0"P F I C E CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JANUARY 24, 1S7L-The An?
nual Meeting of thc Stockholders or this Company
will -lie held THTS DAY, 6th Feb-uafy, 1871, af 12
o'clock M., at the Ball of the- Planters and Me?
chanics, Bank. East Bay, when astatement of the
affairs of the Company will be submitted, aud an
election-held for President and eight Directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
febC_Secytary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC.. SOCIETY".
The Seventy-seventh Anniversary Meeting
of the Charleston Mechanic Society will be held at
the Masonic Hall, Tuts DAY, the etti Instant, at
12 O'Clock M. JOSEPH GUY,
febg_Secretary C. M. S.
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY WILL
meet THIS DAY, 6th February, at the De?
posit oiy, Chalmers s:reet, at 12 o'clock M.
By order of the President._feb6
PALMHTTO STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting of
yonr Company, at your Hall. THIS (Monday)
EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order. W. T. RUGER,
MECHANICS' UNION, No. l.-THE
Second Anniversary of thc Mechanics'
Union will be held at the Eagle Fire Company
Hall, THIS (Monday) EVENINO. at,7 o'clock.
P. S.-After the election of officers there will be
a Collation. TAOS. KNIGHT,
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A. F. M.
A Regular Communication will be held at
Masonic nail, THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
By order of thc W. M.
L. B. LOVEGREEN,
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB.
You are hereby summoned to attend the
Regular Monthly Meeting of your Club THIS
(Monday) EVENINO, at 7 o'clock precisely. New
members are requested to come up and sign ihe
. N. B.-O.T. on DST*.
febt)_fl. P. BICAISE, Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF- THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD COMPANY, AND OF THE SOUTH?
WESTERS RAILROAD BANK.- The Annual
Meeting of thc Stockholders of the above Institu?
tions will bc held In the i.Ity of Charles'on, on
the second'TDBSDAY In February next; tuc 14th
of the month. Place of meeting-Hall of the
Southwestern Railroad Bank, on Broad street.
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. M.
On the day'following, WBDSESDAY, the 15th,
there will be an election held at the same place,
between, the hours of o A. M. and 3 P. M., for tlf
teen Directors of the Rai'roud Company, and
thirteen Directors of the Bank.- A Commut?e to
verify Proxies will attend. .
The rollowtng addition to the By-Laws, propos?
ed at the Special meeting In May last, will come
up for action at this: Article 1st, Section 7th,
shall be, "Any number of-Stockholders, not less
than teu, representing Ove thousand shares shall
be necessary to require a stock vote on any ques?
Stockholders will be parsed as usual over the
Road, to and from the Meeting, free of charge. In
accordance with the resolution of the Convention
or 1854. J. R. EMERY,
Jan9-mw7wfm6 ' m Secretary.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
Colored Man, as Hostler, Coachman or
Butler. Can give good rererences. Apply at this
WANTEDT TWENTY FIELD HANDS,
to go tn the country to cultivate Rice.
Apply at Employment Office, No. 68 Queen street.
SCHOOL DESKS AND BENCHES
WANTED.-Any person having a few School
Desks aud Benches to dispose 'of, will Und a pur?
chaser at the Confederate Widows' Home, Broad
WANTED TO HIRE OUT A HAZEL?
TON BROTHERS PIANO, lu One tone and
good order. Apply at this office._ feb3
ALADY, EXPERIENCED IN MUSIC
TEACHING, wishes some other scholars
Filly Cents a Lessou. Address "X. Y.," DAILY
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plain Cooking and Chamber wo: k for a
ramily. inquire at No. 94 King streer, one door
below Broad. Jan25
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
In the city or country. Salary not so much of an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
DAILY NEWS Office. Jan.'4
FOR SALE. THAT HANDSOME AND
desirable RESIDENCE, NO. 27 Rutledge
Avenue, opposite Morris street, containing seven
square rooms, two flntshed attic rooms, bay win
.'ow, bath and drea.-lng rooms, pantry, store?
house. and ample kitchen and stable accommo?
dations; water and gos throughout the house,
HMKHJ gallon cistern, and alL other modern Im?
provements of j. flrst-chiss residence. Lot Sb by
nUc-t, tastefully laid oat with hedges, rare
evergreens, and the choicest varieties of roses,
camelias and other plauts; also green-hous?-, dsh
pond and funtaln. Forterms, Ac, apply to No.
48 Broad street, Law Office or WILKINSON A
FOR SALE, A LQT OF' PRIME YOUNG
Plantation .MULES and a few choice HOR?
SES. Will be sold low fur nash if applied for Ira
"mediately. R. ARNOLD, No. 219 Meeting street,
corner of John._feus-raw:*
FOR SALE, A NUMBER ONE COW,
with yoong Calf, l fine SPRINGER. 1 One
large working MULE, and 1 HORSE and CART.
Inquire at No. 52 state meet._rebids m w3?
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet"long,,
fn good order, with Front, Grate, Bar?, Beams,
AC, complete. Apply to THURSTON & HOLMES,
Adger's North Wu.nf. ._nov2l-mth ?
FOR SALE, TWO VERY FINE JiULES,
one very One yare, fas? In single harness,
Two One Drays, one tine Doggy, one Light Cover?
ed Wagon. Will be sota low for cash. Apply to
CAMBRON, BARKLEY St CO. febl-0
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thief Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR. '
Orders received at A. 0. BA RUO T'S Drug
. Store, No. 48 Broad street._Jan2l-tmo
Just received at Kl VG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TO RY, No. 310 Klug street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment or Lear, Chewing
aud Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana aud D >uiestlc Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM SCtlRi?DER, who respect?
fully Invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
comprising every variety ol quality and prices,
from ihe cheapest to the highest grade, which is
offered at the lowest ca<h rates. Ad orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O.D., or at thirty days' city accept?
L. L?NSFORD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to nf orin
the people of Charleston, and or the Stat.-, that
he is still carrying on uls old btisiues', at No. 31
yileen street. He can inake or r pair a piece of
Furniture or any description. He also manufac?
tures new 'MATTRESSES and renovates old oues.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced oy an experienced
workman. Customer- may rely upon the per?
formance of woi'K in a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, large
hlze, $3 60; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having chis work to be
done are assured that the contents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or Inferior arti?
cles. J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 665 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the beat quality and at LOWEST PRIUES.
Ooods sent per Express, C. O. D.
J^R. BING'S PILE REMEDY
For sale by Da.H. BARR,
CADE Mf' OF MUSI?,
At the solicitations of the Citizens of Charleston,
THE QUEEN STAR OF THE SOUTH, .
- - ASP TM WtWmt 60M?PBSHT, -~
ROSE AND HARRY WATKTNS,
Will remara In Charleston another Weeli.
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, February 6,
Will be repeated, by request, the Thrilling' Drama,
SET IN GOLD; OR, THE ONE BRIGHT SPOT.
Biddy McSulty (with Songs)...ROSE WATKINS.
J^OOK! LOOK! LOOK!
will be Exhibited at the
CALHOUN STREET METHODIST (?HURCH,
MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS,
(February otb and uh,)
For the benefit of the SABBATH SCHOOL con
nected with said Church.
Admission 25 cents. Children lo cents. Doors
open at 7 o'clock._febS-l?
^ GRAND SOIREE
Will be given by the Niagara Fire Engine Com?
pany, No. 8, at the Military Hall, Wentworth
street, on TUESDAY EVENING, Febrnary 7th, com?
mencing at 6 o'clock P. M., and en ding at 3 o'clock
T. L. DENNISON, President Ashley, No. 9.
J. R. CAMPBELL, President Comet Star, No. 6.
PARRIS ATTLES, President Promptitude.
FRANCIS BONNE AU. President United Fire Co.
-President Prudence, No. 4."
n. McCOT. President Union Star; .
C. G. TOLLEY, President Niagara, No. 8, Chair?
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
P. W. Lewis, Chairman. ?
H. T. Brevard, W. G. Lawton,
W. P. Perrv. . F. W. Hoffman,
R. W. Nelson, W. P. Cole,
D. H. Faust. J. W. Nell,
H. M. Lawrence, ? H. B. Carrott,
'G. A. Pyass, J. H. Minott,
E. 0. Tucker, R. S. Ingllsh,
L.A. Duffln. J. H. Ccrus,
E.T. Labttue. CB Nell,
D. MacT. L?wls, T. W" Williams.
Tickets can be had from any of the managers or
committee of arrangements.
Admission for a lady and gentleman, $1.
No "lady admitted unless attended by a gentle?
man. H. T. BREVARD,
feb6-2 ' Ticket Agent.
T." CECILIA SGCIETY.
A BALL will be given at the Hall of the German
Frenndschaftsbund, on THURSDAY EVENING, Feb?
ruary o, 1871, Instead bf Tuesday evening, Feb?
ruary 7, as heiatofore advertised.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
jan4-5 _Secretary and. Treasurer.
GE AND MASQUERADE BALL
Will <e given on MONDAY, February 13,1871, at
the Academy of Music.
Tickets can be had from the Committee: - -
J. H. OETJEN, Chairman.
F. W. MEYER, C. OTT EN,
W. E. KLEIN, F. HAESLO?P,
J. STEFFENS, C. SC H.METZ L'S.,
C P. GARDNER.
A fine Brass Band will be In attendance.
Positively no Tickets sold at the door.
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
Will conclude its Fair on THIS (MOND?T)
EVENING, February stn* at the Military Hon,
by raffling articles left unsold. Doors ?pen at 7
P. M. and close at 13 o'clock.
feb6-l P. W. LEWIS, Chairman.
THE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION Will
hold a FAIR in ald-of the Monument to our He
Tole Dead, at Hibernian Hall, the third week in
February, commencing the 13th; and, as tts object
must be dear to the hearts of alu hope to be sus?
tained by the community generally.
Even the poorest can give a mit? to honer the
memory of those who gave their all fores; and
the aypeal is made to every friend.of our heroes,
even those distant.
Donations of Money, contributions of Fancy
Articles, Work, Ac, will be gladly received by
either of the.Ladies holding the Tarries, whose
names are appended, and which will be acknowl?
edged Weekly In tho city Journals: .
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN.
Mrs. GEORGE OLNEY and Hrs. C. STOCKER.
Mrs. PHILO? WINEMAN.
Mis. HENRY WIG FALL and Miss BLAMYER.
Mrs G. S. SNOWDEN and Mrs.?. MILLS.
Mrs. Dr. SOLOMONS and Miss SIMPSON.
Dr. W. A. A. Deas, M. ralbi-, Esq.,
Dr. J. S. Bnlsr, A. G. Magrath. Jr., Esq..
Dr. tl. Mnckenfuss, G. Gilhraud, Esq.,
Captain II. B. Olney, W. Webb. K-q.,
Captain W. A. Kelly, St. J. DeCaradeuc, Esq.,
Captain L C. Nowell, . J. H. Loeb, Esq.,
H. DeSanssure. Esq^ T. D. I.ebby, Esq.,
W. M. Muckenfuss, Esq., T. Webb, Esq..
A.;<\ Kaufman, Esq., A. W. lair, Esq.,
H. Dens, Jr., Esq., F.'Honour, Esq.,
1). B. Gllliland, Esq., J. Z. Stocker, E-<q.t
J. L. Sheppard, Esq., - L. Honour, Esq.
J. J. Levure, Esq., Huger Bacot, Esq.,
T. Bacor, Esq., T. B. McCrcudy, jjisq.
The Fair will be held under the patronage of the
Gen. J. simons, A. T. Smythe, Esq.,
Gen. James Conner, J. E. Adger. Esq.,
Gen. A. M. Manlgault, T. -Stoney. E q.. ' ?
Com. D. N. Ingraham, T. D. Wagner, Esq.,
Col. P. C. Gaillard, ' H. H. DeLeon. Esq., ..
Col. J. A Wugener, M. P. Matheson, K-q.,
Col. Edward MeCrady, W. J. Magrath. Esq.,
Col. B. H. Ruildge, W. Shepherd, Esq,,
Col. C. H. Simonton, J. F. O'Neill, Esq,
Col. T. Y. Simons, F. J. Pelzer. Esq.,
Col. Irvin Walker, A. Isaac-. Esq.,
Col. Zimmerman Davis, Oliver Middleton, Esq.,
cot. W. L. Trenholm, A. P. Raven el, E$q.,
Mujor T. G. liai ker. Dr. E. (Jeddiup*
Major H. E. Youug, Dy. R. A. Kinloch,
Capt James M. Carson, Dr. J. R. .Solomons,
Oapt. W. A. Kelly, Dr. L. P. Parker,
Cant. E. L. Halsey, Dr. J. S. Buist,
Capt. Melchers, Dr. B. A. Muckenfuss,
Capt. Ellison Adger, H. u. Olney, Esq.,
Captain F. W. Dawson, John Chadwick, Esq.,
Capt. s. Lord, W. K. Byan, Esq.,
Capt. G. Walter, J. il Grimball, Esq.,
Capt. G. ti. Motletr, B. R. Riordan, Esq.,
Cape. J. Armstrong, James Mason, Esq.,
Capt. J. A. Fairley, T.- ?. Clancy, Esq.,
Capt. W. H. Peronueau, S. S. Solomons. Esq.,
Capt. C. L. Nowel-', F. S Holmes, E*q.,
Capt. G. Manigault, 0. T. Lowndes, Esq.,
Hon. W. D. Porter, Phillp Whitman, Esq.,
Hon. W, S. Ilene ITV, D. Ra vene', Jr., Esq.,
Hon. J. B. Campbell, J. R. Read, Esq.,
Hon. G. A. Trenholm, E. W. M rsliall. Esq.,
L. I). Mowry, E?q., Edwin Bates, Esq.,
H. Jager. EJq.. Wesley Dingi-, Esq.,
J. H. Murrell. Esq., W. G. Wldldeo, Esq.,
E. H. Jackson. Esq., J. G. Miloo.-, Esq.,
J. H. wilson. Esq., W. Roach, Esq.,
Wm. Laid 1er, Esq., W. Thayer, Esq.,
W. C. Bee, Esq., W. Oiancy, Esq.,
Rout. Adger, Esq., J. 0.1 Hand, Esq.,
Henry Gourdin, Esq., H. T. Peake, Esq.,
Joh? Alexander, Esq., W. H. Houston,Esq.
Thomas O'Brien, Esq. Robert dare. Esq.
F. J. Porcher, Esq., Dr. Uopson Ptuckaey,
S. Y. Tupper, Esq., Colonel Hunt. Janis
COLUMBIA, S. 0., m
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of trna pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment^ at the State
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, ttuv. the "OO*
LUMB1A" is m every respect a ttrst-oiass Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Uniteu
states, situated in the business centre of the
city, with hue large airy rooms, and a table sap
piled with every delicacy of the season, both from
Sew Vork and Charleston marketa, the Pioprte
tor pledges that no efforts will b< spared to give
perfect satisfaction lo every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
nad at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
every Tram. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. apria-wim
y grorerffe, ??piorg, Ut.
LO O K ? A^T T H 1^8.
Now is the time for dealers to lay In their stock of
LIQUORS FO^T^.SBASONt. .
and-we are prepared to save them the trouble or
ordering irani the North, by selling them the
same artlelehere for-oasfc- ac- what they woola
have to pay in Philadelphia for.it, thereby saving
freight, insurance and'Sgtar expenses, we are
enabled to do so by wrSnrte arrangements with
two of the principal l?SkX houses of Philadelphia
-JOHN-GIBSON'S IMMO*, and HENEY WAL?
LACE A 00. V ir '
We have now on hand foo barrels of the follow?
ing brands: -
OLD CORN WHISKEY
? ?. * TTYT WHISKEY
' '. . CAB IK ET WHISKEY,
50 barrels JOHN GIBSON'S SON A GD.'3 OLD
DEER CREEK RYE WHISKEY, of which brands
we bave the sole right t o sell in this city. 5 . . ?
We also keep constantly on hand? Port, Madei?
ra and-Sherry WINES, at the lowest pWeefor the
quality. Give na a trial. ???<?:?..<?:
BYRNE A FOGARTY,
No. 126 East Bay, corner Fraser's- Wharf,
-j T0 WILSON'S
VT For^DOARS, TEAS, COFFEES.
Go to WILSON'S ^or HamSi strlp8, fccon.
Go to WTLS'QN'S ^ Btttter at 4&c a potmd.
Go to .WILSON'S Fof wmeBi Brandies, Liquors.
Go to WILSON'S Foj canned Jellies.
'Go to WILSON'S Fot aU Lategt novelties.
Go to WILSON'S FArthatDoUarTeal
Go to WILSON'S Te Kcon0n?calJOBJ???eperB.
Go to WILSON'S, yeof^niit^ Farte.
. Corser of Anson and Society streets.
And get your Good? delivered free.
Go to WILSON'S
Go to WILSON'S,
For all yonr Groceries.^
Te doubtfei and be convinced.
Go to WILSONS? So charge ?or looWaH
Go to WILSON'S, jad doubt nb more.
Go to wlLSON'S?on|er j^ety ?nd Aasen streets,
0K,SA*cl see the Frhie Medal Biscuits.
Go to WILSON'S, ^& get your money's worth.
GO to WILSON'S , CHEAP ORO CERT.
Go to WILSON'S Economical Grocery.
Go to WILSeN^orner A?80? a?a society streets.
R?ZB SEEP BICE
For sale 7000 bushels or the PRIZE 'SEED BICE.
JAMES R. PRINGLE A> SON,' '
Factors and Commission Merchants,
JanlS-wfmlO ' No. 6 Adger's North Wharf.
T>ICKSON'S COTTON SEED.
1000 bushefc of DICKSON'S COTTON SEED.
For sale by W. H. WANN AM A KER, St. Matth?
ew's, S. C., at 76 cents per bashel.
Reference-Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Charleston,
S.e. . _ feb4-6
ao boxes Messina LEMONS.
Land lng' from Steamer Ma nhattan. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL,
feb?-thsmS No. 16T East Bay.
1700 sacks-Liverpool SALT. Landing from Skip
Mu-congus. For Bale by
Janl3_T. J. KERR A CO..
jyVEBPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000?actes Liverpool SALT,
Jost received per bart vinoo, and for s?lela
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE ?t CO.,
lang_ Central WhcrC
QOAL AT $8 75 PER TON DELIVERED.
200 tons Grate and Stove COAL, deHVered%ln
any part of the clty4at $8 75 per ton. Landing this
clay. Apply to J. A. ENSL< >W vi CO.,
feb2 , . No. 141 Saat Bay.
Jg ASTERN HAY.
300 bales EASTERN HAY. Landing and for
sale by J. A. ENSLOW 4 CO.,
fe h 2 No. 141 Eas* Bay.
18 - THE - 7 1
11 CHAMPION HAM"
ls considered thc best ever Introduced in this etty.
This ls thc opinion of all who have tried them.
ls warranted-ff they do not prove what ls claim?
ed for them, the money will be refunded.
is cured expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense bas been spared to mak? them superior
to all other Hams. - ^
CHAMPION H AMS
are put up In thin glazed canvass, and rna from
eight to twelve pounds each. We Invite every?
body to try ,
cured expressly for
EVERT E. BEDFORD,? ,
jana No. 276 King street.
Tj I A li O N D HAMS.
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For sale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Go?,
janiL_No. 276 King street,
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONOB,
Taken ont of bond after the redaction of the
tarin*. JOHN HUH KAMP A 00. ^