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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S71.
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-In New York yesterday, gold closed at
miali -. M?a ~;?
-eotton closed quiet and treaty uplands io>i
cents; sales600O bales.
-in Liverpool cotton.closed heavy; uplands
7,Va:,vd, Orleans.7#a8d;sales 12,ooobaJea.
-Daniel McFarland, of the Richardson murder
notoriety, is* lecturing on women's rights and
wrongs. . -4'
-A Japanese embassy la'in Washington study?
ing finance, diplomacy and political rascality
-It ls believed the President will veto the WK'
repealing the test oath. He is urged to take this
step by southern Radicals.
-The pagan Mongolian has developed a weak?
ness for chicken pot-pie that alarms the poultry
raisers of 'Frisco.
-Wilmington has upwards of seven miles of
streets covered wah sawdust. This is the best
attempt, with limited means, that they can afford
at paving that sandy town.
-Professor Morse, inventor of the telegraph, is
to have a monument. Few men have the pleasure
of personally seeing their great works rewarded
In an immortality or marble.
-Fifty witnesses, from North Carolina, have
been examined by the outrage eommittee. There
ls U-tie probability of a complete report this sea
-An adventuress from Paris, who culls herself
the grand-daughter or the First Napoleon, h?u>
been creating a sensation in Vienna by her beauty
and showy accomplishments.
-A Sevres china tea set, presented by the City
-OtParis to Marie Antoinette, was sold at auction,
In Boston, on the 1st or February, for SluOJ. The
original cost was $30uo.
-A olean sweep iu the Cabinet in thirty days ls
predicted. Bom well is said to be soured and
Akerman nnhappy. The President thinks a
change in vhe personnel of ils -administration ut
sentlal to Republican sucoe.-ses.
-Six y eira ago Grant said the peuple of thc
Sooth were all quiet and ready to peaceably ac?
cept of the events of the war. Now he says they
are madly committing outraces or ail kiuds upon
loyal people. L. this u compliment lo six years of
-Jeff. Long, the negro representative from
Georgia, has au original wayo: putting things.
Me exhloit-d one uf fib letters -to tile i'-epart
ments to a member o? Congress to .ascertain if it
was corree?- worded, wa?a-'it w?s\iiscovered
that he dou?aot -'recommend -ipran-cruce, but
ile "otTer,'' t&e candidate.
-Don't say Helena any more. Queen victoria,
who ls credited wita hav.ng a yen- correct car for
quantity, doesn't lUe'ic. She hus beea-so often 1
. sho ked atftearidg-tne, rxihcess ?cZena'? name j
m isp iou oueMpfthat She ha^s sent to. the cd: to.- of
"Lodge's Peerage-' a message, or* rather, a com?
mand, that a mark denoting a short sy liable stiould
vbe placed over the second vowel in the name cf
ber daughter, the Princess /Mena. As the com?
mand was scrupulously obeyed bj the editor, lt ti
to be hoped that we .-ball hereafter hear no more
-The new King of Spain goes to bed every night
at 10 o'clock, like a good Christian, and rises be?
times, which astounds the Spaniards of thc court,
who have been in thc habit of turning night Into
day. He has also abolished the absurd etiquette
-of the Spanish Court, cr which so many ridiculous
stories used to be told. The King refuses to.aliow
his royal Angers to be kissed, and shakes hands
Uko any plsbehiu. He walks about the streets
without an escort, visits the poor, and makes pur?
chases in the shops. The King contributed ??000
.?or the poor of Madrid," aud having ascertained
that the pay of the pubic school-teachers was
several months In arrears, the King has refused
to draw on the treasury for his own uutU tie
claims of the teachers arc satlsfled.
-The son of Hon. Horace Capron, commission?
er of agriculture, wa < neany burned to death in
the fire which destroyed the Holllday House,
Kenosha, Wisconsin. He was in the fourth story.
The flames were on uU sides of him, and the stair?
way on which he must pass was a perfect blaze.
Without hesitating,* however, he plunged dowu,
and reached the floor bdow, although his thin
ander garments were on Ure, ar..l immediately
Jumped from the nearest widow to the grouLd, a
diata'nc-offorcjr-fl.-efeet. He was picked up.and
walked across thc street, tracking blood at every
atepi and was subsequently, taken to the' resi?
dence of his brother, Mr. Albert Capron, where
medical asslstaucc wa3 at once procured.
-Altaoazh thc poor fellow was terr.bly -rneJ, his
Umba all black and ?harree], ana his collar bone
. protruding through tlie lacerated flesh, he Lore
h.s suffering with fortttmle, and calmly pennittodf
the drt sslng of his wound >. * '
-An interesting opinion was given by Judge
Blatchford in New Yolk last week, iu tho case ut
Benjamin F. Folsom against the Mercantile Mu?
tual insurance comp my. lt appears that the
..schooner B. F. Folsom le>t Boston for Montevideo,
. January 6, i860, commanded by John orlando.
-Wnen she had been to sea one week she bec*me
disabled, and was on* the point or going down,
when the crew were picked up and taken to Bre?
merhaven. Soon after, thero carn j a dispatch
through the Associated Press that the schooner
"Orlando" had been lost. The owner of the B.
VF. Folsom, apparently Incited by the rather vague
-and Incorrect dispatch, took out au additional
policy of $3000 from the Mercantile, and ha I it
ante-dated so that lt would cover any acclcent that
might have occurred to the ves -el siuce her de?
parture. The oillelal news of the loss reached
New Tork by mail some weeks after. The insur?
ance company claim that Folsom should have
told them the name of the master of the schooner
TY tien be came to losare, and they then might
havo suspected that the Orlando iras la reality,
tim B. F..Folsom. Considering all the facts in*
connection wita.-the law of such cases, Judge
Blatchford docldes, however, that the policy-be
paid up to theewnerof Iffie schooner.
-We made mention last week of Mr. Glad-,
tone's proposed change ot constituency, and re
ferred.iiijxdljcectJj._to a requisition anoajmonsly
circulated, calling upon him to resign his seat for
Greenwich. Later informa;ion by mall shows
tmtttwo msettngs had Dem called in the borough
in cons?quence of the petition. The first was
held by.the Greenwich Advanced Liberal Associa?
tion, at whlch.it was made evident th it the requi?
sition was a political trick concocted by the
Tories, and that no former Mends of Ur. Glad?
stone were engaged tn the movement It was
urged wfth much force that the closing of the
government dockyards was a real benefit to the
workingmen of Greenwich, bat most of the
speakers thought that there was good ground to
crltTclse Mr. Gladstone Tor not having recognized
the Frenen Republic. The second meeting was
called by those who supported the insulting peti?
tion to Mr. Glad s to na. The engineers of the more
meat were all Tories, but they were not permitted
to curry out their .designs. The .friones of Hr.
Gladstone were p.esent in greater force, and took
possession of the meeting, which waa one of the
most disorderly ever held in Greenwi^u. Never?
theless, all who were permitted by the mob to
say anything were aev ce upon the premier for
not hiving visited Greenwhlch and addressed his
constituents. Very little of what was said was
audible, and arter a stormy session of an hoar
aud a half, during which there were many lights,
one of which resulted in the forcible expulsion of
the Anti-Gladstone presiding officer, and the In?
stallation of a supporter of that gentleman, a re?
solution was declared passed asserting the con?
fidence of thc meeting in Mr. Gladstone, and thc
assembly broke np. Owing to the unsatisfactory
termination of this meeting, the signera of the
cai! were to have another, to which there was to
be admission only by ticket.
The State Taxes.
The Stale Treasurer reports that the State
tax?? are coming in with unusual rapidity,
and that ?he collection is likely to be both
thorough sod prompt. Last year complaint
was made that extensions of. time were
?rraoted, which offered, so to speak, a pre?
mium to those who were behind-hand in
making their payments. Oos man, nt great
personal inconvenience, jjaid ,nrjr hiajtasea
at tho appointed time, wade another p?t oft
the evtTQajrfor months, rad was no"worse*
oil' in the end than his more punctual neigh?
bor. This was manifestly unjust. The weight
was thrown too heavily upon the conscien?
tious taxpayer. This year the law will be
enforced willi impartial firmness, and those
who do not pay up within the time pre?
scribed, expose themselves to the imposition
of the heavy penalty which tho law provides,
and to the s..le of their property.
After all, it is best to pay the State tax
speedily if it cannot be dc ne cheerfully. -The
LUI" is oppressively heavy, but nothing-'is
gained by delay, and it is useless to attempt
to prevent waste of money by refusiug to pay
the State tax.9 If the tases were not col?
lected promptly, money would be borrowed
at high rates of interest to carry on the gov?
ernment, and the whole cost at last comes
out of the pockets of the people.? A certain
sum is required this year, and if the taxpay?
ers do not give R, the money lendermust.
On the other baud, the extraordinary outlay
now demanded is not likely to occur again,
and we may hope that next year will give
the State a rate of taxation which ail can
bear without serious injury, if not without
The people, now or hereafter, must pay
the current expenses as well as the debt of
the State. What we put ott to-day will coma
back lo plague us to-morrow. We do not,
by checking the supplies, prevent Hie Gen?
eral Assembly from wasting our substance;
nor do we make them more wasteful by giv?
ing, when it is demanded, what must Lu the
end be paid.. It is p'.easant, therefore, to
know that the people, bowed dowu as they
are, are paying their laxes without any
Tlte Black Sea*Conference.
A full history of the negotiations which re?
sulted in the treaty now under consideration
by the Black Sea Conference wouid be too
long for insertion in our columns; but the
main questions at issue muy be stated in a
Cerium preliminaries having been settled,
Ihe Cou^res3 of Paris opened on the 25th
Februar}', 1S5?. lt was agreed that the
Black Sea should be twutralized, u2fJ that
its waters and ports, while thrown open to
the mercantile marine of every nation,
should be "formally and iu perpetuity inter
"dicted to the Hag. of war, either of the
"Powers possessing its coasts or of any other
"Power, with the exceptions stipulated In
"the '-present treaty." A paragraph as io
the prohibition of military arsenals was also
adopted. Lord Clarendon pointed out that
t!ie maintenance of an arsenal of Hie tirst
class at Nicoloiell, though not on the shores
ol th? Black Sea, would justify public opinion
in "attributing to Russia intentions which
"she cannot entertain." Upon this Hie First
Plenipotentiary of Russia replied, that "the
"Emperor, his august master, on acceding
"with sincerity to the propositions of peace,
"firmly resolved strictly Co carry out ull lue
"eu??^mierks resulting' from them ; i * *
"thur irr o?rTer at once'to provide for his ch
'.gugements, aud for the requirements of the
"nayul. service, the Emperor intends only to
"authorize the construction at NicolaielT of
..the vess-2!3'of war mentioned in I ho bases
"of the negotiation," Further, Count Orlon*
agreed td the insertion of this deoJaratioii in
the ;prx?tocol, adding th at, .to prove his sin?
cerity^ the Emperor requested a free pas?
sage through the Bosphoruus and Darda?
nelles for the two ships of the line, which
ttlone were then at r?icolalefT, and which
wonldjiafa to proceed 1.0 the Baltic us soon
a3???euce tiras concluded. ] . jj
It is this prohibition of the presence of
ships of war in the Black Sea which Russia
has determined to disreg n d, and it is general?
ly believed that a hage arsenal has been built
at NicolaieiT in direr, opposition to the
declarations made at Puris. But the
neutralization of-the Black Sea is not the
ot?ly point which the London Conference
must consider. That ls the leading ques?
tion, but a number of other questions hinge
upon it. For example, as the Ediubnrg lie
vieic points out, the arrangements as to the
Roumanian provinces and the navigation of
the Danube are more or less dependent ou
the ueulrulizulion of the Black Sea. Indeed,
the Danube was opened by Austria on the
express condition tlr.it no ships of war should
be wilhiu reach of iu mouth. Thal Austria
i3 not disposed to waive that condition may
bo gathered from the letter from Pesth in tho
London Tunes. "If," it says, "the rule a3
"to the nifeutrarity of the Black Sea be altered,
"the Austrian government wi li con eider the
"provisions with resect to trie Danube-, to
'.'have teased:; altogether, and will demand
\'other guarantees for the; protection' of ttte
priver than those devised in the treaty of
~*TS!56. The perpetuation of the European
1 'Commission* \vouTd_b'e one pt those guar
"anlees." . ? " ' ' '?
Law and Order.
We are pleased to find from our exchanges
that, everywhere throughout the upper paA
of the State, the staunch citizens'corae for?
ward and denounce every species of lawless?
ness, and pledge themselves to exert their
influence in every possible way, in order to
prevent a recurrence of Bach disturbances
as have lately brought the saroe sections in?
to unpleasant notoriety. ; A meeting, we
learn from the Unionvllto Times, was held
at Wifklnsville, in the North-of-Pacoiet
country,- on die 24th ult, at which a. large
nam ber of citizens was present.- The fol?
lowing preamble and resolutions were unan?
"'ITAereas, Our country is, from various
causes, in .a restless and disordered condition;
1 'Resolved, That we deprecate the state of af?
fairs now existing, and earnestly desire a re?
turn to political peace and quietude.
u2. That we pledge ourselves to do all In our j
power to maintain law and order, and to give
equal protection and security to all classes of
"3. Thaf we commend Governor Scott for
the appointments be has recently made in our
county, and hereby declare ourselves willing
to submit all matters pertaining to the StateX
the duly appointed officers thereof, and to
fair administration of Justice."
?At Arlington. "
J We reprint this day, by request, a beauti?
ful poem, by James R. Randall, entitled "At
Arlington." It has come lo our knowledge
that the famous poet, Jobn G. Whittier, juro
nounced this one of the finest, if not the
very finest, lyrics produced since the war.
The incident upon which Mr. Randall
founded his poeu. was as followe : A few
months after General Grant's election, the
Federal gravesat Arlington were decorated.
Under the supposition that "Let us have
Peace" meaut something substantial, an
effort was made by Southern ladies ut Wash?
ington to place flowers upon the graves of j
tlii?tj. Confederates buried there. They were
prevented from performing this pious duty
by-the interposition of armed soldiery, in
the night-, however, a tremendous storm of ]
wind and rain swept over the land, and, on
the following moroT the flowers Btrewed
on the Federal graves were whirled off and
heaped upon the mounds of the thiriy .Con
federates ! And this was the origin and iu
spiraUon of the splendid lyric which, we re?
gret to say, is Mr. Randall's sole attempt at
poetry.during several years.
? " r~ iiiueral Polices.
KINGDON-Died at summerville, after a pro?
tracted ill tu BS, ll EN RV W.. son of T. F. and is. A.
Kmgdotf, lu tue 25tli year of hs age.
??f THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of tue family are respectfully Invited to attend his
interment at Magnolia Cemetery, THIS DAT, at
8:15 P . M. *
Special ft onces.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
MARYLAND, from B.dtlaiore, arc hereby noll
fled i tm she is THIS DAY discharging cargo at
n;i ita 2- oatou ll USA (cs: "vm jasons "tan raNeu
away at sunset will remain on wharf at con?
signees' rlsX. MORDECAI A CO., Agents.
far WM. MCKAY, AT No. UO MEET
ING STREET, will make advances on any and
every tiling sen: to him on consignment.
jTSt- FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS AND
Consumptlonf>hi Its eai liest stages, nothing equals
Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXP. OR GOLDEN MEDICAL
DISCOVERY. U H also a great blood purifier and
streugihrc-torcr or tonic, and for "Liver Com
plaint" and Costive Condition* of the Rowels lt
hus no equal.. All Scrofulous and tkin diseases,
as Pimples, Blotches, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas and
Eruptions, yield to Hs wonderful curative pro
perties. Soid by Druggists. feb2-tli.stn3pj:c
fSf SOONER OR LATER, A NEGLEC?
TED cold wld develop a constant Cough, Short?
ness of Breath, Falling Strength and Wasting bf
Flesh-tile avant couriers of Consumption. In
some Instances thc same cause will produce Bron?
chitis, a disease of thc branches of the windpipe.
In all affections of the Pulmonary organs, as well
as in Bronchial complaints, JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT is both a palliative and a curative, as the
testimony of thousands, and its world-wide repu?
tation attests-while in Coughs and Col la -it acts
speedily, and wucu taken according todlr^ctious,
promptly removes them. Why not give tau stan?
dard remedy an Immediate trial? Sold by all
Druggists, aud by GOODRICH, WISEMAN .t CO.,
Charleston, 8. C._feti2-thatu8
' PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones. Mackworms-or Grubs, Pimply Erup?
tions and blotched dlsiiguratlous on Hie Face, usc
PERRY'S COMEDONE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond street, New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale by DOW1E,
MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, S. C.
^SUGGESTIONS FOR THE SEASON.
Thousands regard the winter as a season of trials;
and the truth is. that if there is a weak point In
the system, winter is pretty sure to Und it ont.
Con>tltuiional lendcnci-s to disease are generally
aggravated by damp and cold. (Rheumatism
sometimes lies perdu all thc summer and tall, to
puuncc upon its victims in thc season of cold.)
As a means of fortifying the body against all the j
diseases which prevail most extensively in winter,-1
HOSTETE R'S STOMACH BITTERS cannot be too
urgently recommended. There would be fewer
cases of the pulmonary c imr-laliits feuding to
consomption, If all feeble systems were tnvlforat
ed-dnrlng the soajon with a c urse of this inesti?
mable vegetable tonic and alterative. Constipa?
tion, indigo Hon, torpidity of the liver, and a gen?
eral slngglstinesa of the secretive organs, rexjr
j genera ly prevail ul this period of thc year. To
all these ailmouis experience (thc most trust?
worthy oral: mentors) teavh-.-a ns that thc BIT?
TERS is a reliable remedy. Warm clothing is a
good external defence against atmospheric cold
and moiifare, bat vigorous activity in (lie vital
organkaii'iu which generates heat and delivers lt
to the surface, is also essential to health, and this
activity ls secured through the operation of the
BITTERS. Hie skin sympathizes with the
somneh, and if digestion ts regular and perfect,
th- ext ei ior circulation wl.l bi brisk, and damp
and cold may be enconutered with comparative
. ?SrTHE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. ri ASK. ?ILL'S ELECTRIC OIL k Us all paiu In
two minutes, dancers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sore1*, cured tn 4S hours by Du. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For salt at retail by
G. W. AIMAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE
Du. H. BAER, POT,
A. U BARDOT, DH. ti. 1. L?HN,
ED. & BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE A CO.,
M. H. COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN A SOUWAKB, Da. W, A. SERIN E.
E. H. KELLERS, M. I?.,
And at wholesale by DO WIE, MOISE A DA7IS.
soie Agents for south Carolina. novii-SmoaDsw
Special Notices. j
ps* CONSIG?p?S-\PER - STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from yew Tort:, are notified that
Rhe will discharge, cargo THIS DAY, a: Ad ger's
Wharf. Goods not called for at sunset win re?
main on wharf at owners' risk.
feb7-l JAMES ADGER & CO., Agents.
ps- CONSIGNEE WANTED FOR FIF?
TEEN BOXES ' BACON, per steamer "NORTH
POINT, Trum BtcitlmoTc, consignen to order or
PANZEBEITER A CO., and now In store on Unicn
Whams. MORDECAI A CO.,
feb7-l * Agents.
?S-TEE HOUSE AND* LOT, CORNER
Eui ledge avenue and Radcliffe street, advertised
by LEITCH A BRUNS, waa so'.d on Saturday, at
private sale, tor eaali. . . f?b7
BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use of all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. JNO. C. BIKER A CO., Philadel?
phia. ' ?
A full supply on hand by
DB. H. BA ER,
feb7-tuths?mo8 No. 181 Meeting street.?
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER
OF JAMES F. DRAKE, BANKRUPT.-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-To whom lt may concern : The under
signed hereby gives notice of .his appointment as
Assignee of JAMES F. DRAKE, of Society HUI,
ID the County of Darlington, and Stateof South
Carolina, within said District, who has been ad
Judged a Bankrupt, upon bis own petition, by thc
District Court er said District.
Dated at Bennettaville this second day of Feb?
ruary, A. D. 1871. HARRIS COVINGTON,
. ps- TAX NOTICE.-NOTICE IS HERE?
BY given that the Treasurer ef Colleton County
will be ready to receive the State and County
Taxes at his office, In Walterboro', February <5!h
until March 22d. After this date an addition of j
twenty' per cent..wUl be charged on all amounts
of taxes remaining unpaid before May 6th, and
after that date tho Treasurer will proceed to col?
lect by distress or otherwise.
, Al! real and personal property are charged with
nine mills on the dollar for State, and three mills
.00 the doPar for County Taxes.
" AB taxes payable in this County will bc paid in
thia office as above.
?mee County Treasurer, Colleton County, S. C.,
Walterboro', January 27,1871.
J A M KS W. GRACE,
ps- GETTING MARRIED --ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness, sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress tloward Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
ps- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pei taming to the GEN1T0
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
cure ot Dr. T. REBKSTJERNA, Office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Poutofflce.
pS> FOR MOTH PATCHES,
Freckles and Tan, use PERRY'S MOTH AND
FRECKLE LOTION. The only reliable aud harm?
less rem'dy. known to science-for removing
brown discolorations from the Faca. Prepared
only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, No. 49 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Whole?
sale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, S.
Cos? ano ?ounH.
L~ OST, ON SUNDA Y, THE 5TH, A LITTLE
PACKAGE OK MOSEY, containing three
uve-dollar notes and oilier ?maller bids. Timi:
and place unknown. The Under, by leaving lt at
Tu? NEWS nuke, will receive a reward ol' ?? for
their trout le an<l kindness in remembering the
gol.ten rule. JOHN N. INGRAM._feBT-1*
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
of SillPAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable- reward will ne paid if left at
thisufUce. D. JENNINGS. No. 12 Broad street.
TO RENT, THE ELIGIBLY SITUATED
COTTAGE HOUSE, No. l?t Calhoun street,
contain ?g four uprlclHiooms,.wlth double piazza,
puntry. dressing-room, eiste n. and gas through?
out. Aho foti! roome I kitchen. Apply to corner
of Callionn street and ItiHledge avenue. f*'t>T-l*
TO RENT, ON'SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a few minutes' walk from the lnmling, a
HOUSE, STORE and BAKERY. Apply at the
Point House. . fi-liT-tmhsC*
T) RENT, A SUITE OF iT?TiMrf.
pleasantly situated, with.?ir without Kitchen.
Terms reasonable. Apply ai Nc 311 East Bar.
TO REST, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY KRI'lK HOUSE. No. 4 Trumho's
Court. Good water an ! oilier accommoda'lons
ou Hie promises. Apply at No. l Uayue street.
110 RENT, A VEl?Y DESIRABLE HOUSE
. In tile upper p?rt of tue ci v, oil'Spring
sweet, near Gadsden's Given. This boase waa
<>cenpie?t bv tho sistem of Mercy, and is lar^e and
commodious, having all the modem improve
nit'ii s. lto.it lo>v. Apply ut No. 114 Broad street.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE-THE ??
DRRSIUXBD nave this day formed a copart?
nership for the purpose of carrying on the Gro?
cery, Pruviaiou ami commission'busbies-1, Uiiiter
the nrra of Tledcma-i Cahier A Co.. at Nos. 108.
no and 112 East itaj. corner of Aecomnio.tarion
Wharf. OTTO T1K?EMAN,
fvbT-tuthwsl JOHN ll. TIEDEMAN.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Mic HENRY, IIAESLQOP has withdrawn
from our'firm ou the 1st January.
H. ttULWlNKL'5 A CO.
The undersigned hu-ewlth Informs his fi lends
and acqualntauces .hat he has established him?
self at No. 19 Exchange M rei t, where he will carry
OH the WHOLESALE RICE BUSINESS.
?eb7-tuiits3? HENRY liAESLOOP.
Cumber, ?ntU ?fcc.
Q E D X J?POSTS,
English and Red adi COAL
Oat ami rtue Moo 1, (sawed at 50 ceuts per
Garden Shells, Litre and Grave'.
For ?ale at WM. JOHNSON'S
Wcoil and Coal Yard,
ffh7-wfni3_East ?-nil Laurens, street.
UMBER! L UMBER!
Lumber of ail size and nescriptiotis, sawed and
il -livered at Onailvtou. oran" point, on the South
Cu elna JCiiliroad. ont-is address*! io
TllOS S. BROWNING.
[ jAii26-:Ti-tiilm* 'j ! Srutlun. s. c. Railroad.
yrroou : "WJOJJ i WOOD ;
OAK, LIGHTWOOD and PINE, delivered at re?
duced rates. Woo ol thc b- st qtialitv alway* on
hand. WILLIAM SIMMONS,
Woo i Yaul, .Market Htrett,
ft'hl-6* lei ween State^aud East Hay.
JJ U I L D E RS* D E iJ 0 T,
No. Ul CHURCH THEIST, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SANl Ac. AC. Ac
B Ul L ll KG PAPER,
A uiibstitute for Leas and Piaster, at less than
one-half rim cost.
300 boxes ba I. C. Charcoal TIN
10) bbls. Emire Mills Paster.
ear fo- tomeo BK 374. 1 ams
PRIVATE B(1SMING AT MRS. W. S:
Fit i/.KR's, b. 4 Hudson street. ?
D^'ELTA rA)?GE OT PESBBCTIO?. NO.
L ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH
RITE.-The Resalar Monthly Communication of
tala Lodge will be bela at Masonic Hali, 'i ms Er>
MNo, the 7th ina:ant, commencing ut-half-past 7
Candidates for the 14th Degree are hereby noti?
fie 1 that this ls a very desirable opportunity for
Tu e. Arrear List will be acted on.
By order of the Thrice Puissant Grand Master.
JOSEPH J. ANDERSON,
FRE UNDSCH AFTSBUN D. -TH E REGU?
LAR Meeting of this Society will be he'd
THIS EARNING, at. 8 o'clock, at the new Hall.
Members are requested to be punctual, as busi?
ness or Importance wtfl be transacted.
feb7_J. M. PETERSEN. Secretary.
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.-THE REGTJ
LAR Meeting of your Society will be held
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o^clock.
JAMEs ARMSTRONG, JR.,
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY. Nb. 1.-The Annual Meeting of
this Company will be held THIS EVENISO, at the
Truck-House, at 7 o'clrck. Active, Contributing
and Honorary Members are respectfully request?
ed to be punctual, as t he election of officers will
take place. J. H. LOEB,
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
The Annual Meeting of the Company will
be held THIS ETBMKO, at thc Hall, In State street,
at 7 O'Clock. Bv order.
EDW'D G. CHUPEIN, Secretary.
49*Members will assemble at Engine House
at 4 o'clock. THIS Ar TE UNOS, for Exercise Parade.
By order. EDW'D G. CHUPEIN,
feb7_;_Secretary V"F E. Co.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-THE REG?
ULAR Monthly Meeting of the Clnb will be
held at their Hall THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
THOS. FROST, Jr.,
feb: . Secretary and Treasurer.
WANTED, ONE OR TWO BOOKKEEP?
ER" S SECOND-HAND DESKS. Address
Postomcc Box, No. 113._fcbi-l*
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
SERVANT and chambermaid. References
required. Apply at northwest corner Vandernorst
and Thomas streets. . fel?7-l*
WANTED, A MAID SERVANT. APPLY
at once to PORCHER A HENRY, Sonth
WANTED, A SERVANT, TO COOK,
Wash and Iron, with references. Apply
to Mr?. ALEXANDER, King street, three .doors
rrom Queen._' _fer>7-l*
WANTED, TWO COMPETENT COLOR?
ED Women-one as Cook and the other as
Cuamoermald. Good references required. Apply
at Np. 164 Calhoun street, last house west end.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small, gt od Sloop, suitable fi>r the
coasting trade. Address J. G., Charleston P. 0.
SCHOOL DESKS AND BENCHES
WANTED.-Any person having a few School
Desks and Benches to dNpuse or, will Und a pur?
chaser at the Confederate Widows' Home, Broad
WANTED TO HIRE OUT A HAZEL?
TON BROTHERS PIANO, in fine tone and
good order. Apply at this office. ' ftb3
ANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plain Cooking and Chamber work for a
ramil v. Inquire at No. 94 King street, one door
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation ai 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 Onice. jan24
LANDS FOR SALE-BY ORDER OF
COURT, private bids will be received for be?
tween 4000 and 5000 Acres of LAND, well timbered
land or fair quality, for Cotton or Provi-loua.lt ia
located In the upper part or Prince Williams, tn
Beaufort County, very near ihe Port Royal Rail?
road on one side, and the Salikahntchle on the
It will be sold in ten Tracts, from 1657 acres to
2 0 acres. General average about 300 acres.
Terms-One-half cash; the balance In one and
two years, secured by mortgage of premises;
purchasers paying for papers and stamps and re?
Applicotions mar be made to Messrs. A. P. A
ROBERT ALDRICH, Barnwell, s. c., Messrs.
DUTSON A LEGA lt E, Orancrehnnr. S. C . or lo
fi. J. C. liL'TSOX. Referee.
fob7, feb-21 ?_Pocotaligo. S. C.
TUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, A
.J tutor Due CANARY BIRDS, male and romalo,
at ?. BOERO'S, Nu. S2 Market street. ieD7-1?
HORSES~AND MULES FOR PALE AT
JOHN CHRISTOPHER'S Livery and Sales
Stables, No. ?O'i King strept._feb7-'??
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
TV of the ni.-ove. Apply at Board of Trade
Kerna, No. mt Meeting street. nnvlo-thiu
1TOR SALK. TWO VERY FINE MULES,
5; one very flue Mare, last in sl'igic harness,
Two linc Drays, une nile Muggy, one Light Cover?
ed Wagon. Will be sold low for casu. Apply to
CAMERON, BARKLEY A Cl?. fotoM
-p ?:.'~ D A~U~E if,"'
No. 3 0 9 KING STREET,
PIANO T?N?lt AND TEACHER OF VIOLIN,
FLUTE AND GUITAR,
. Respectfully informs all music loving people
that he has always on hand a One assortment of
VIOLINS, GUITARS, Flutes, Fifes, Drums, Fitt
tlnus, i.ermin an I French Accord?on*, Music
Boxes. Strings, Self-binding Music Folios, Mu?ic
Pa;n-r'and Blank Books, and over Ave hundred '
Swigs and Pieces of Hitchcock's.Ave and teu
ccut Music for tie Piano.
All sorts of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RE?
Country orders ror Piano Taning attended to.
^~N SLEY D. COHEN,
SUIF BROKER AND COMMISSION' MERCHANT,
No. 7S EA.-T BAY,
CORNER NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
FREIGHTS for.Foreign and Domestic Ports
procured at best market rates.
Strict attention given, and liberal advances
made on all con.-ignuiunrs. All orders faithfully
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received nt A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 43 Broad -rreer. jan24-lmo
IN G W I L L.I A M
Just received at Kf\'G WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near society street, a
larne and eompiew assortment of Leaf. Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes',
Ac. Jlavainwaud D ?mcatlc Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM. SCilKwDER, who respect?
fully invites tue attention of chewers ?inti smokers,
and" traders, wholesale atm retail, to a stock tully
comprising every variety of quality and prices,
fruin i he cheapest to thc highest grade, which is
offered ut the lowest cash ratea. AI orders from
rue country will receive prom ot Httentiun and
blipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept
Jh. LUNSFOBD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, negs leave io nform
i lie people of Charleston, and or the Stat", that
he is suit carrying on lils old huMnes-, at No. 31
c?neeii street, ile "can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture of any description. He also manursc
t tires new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Ciialr-botioms replaced ny an experienced
workman, customer may rely upon thc per?
formance of wors in a prompt and faithful maa
Q'*r. Pr lee fur renovating a Moss Mattress, large
size, $3 ?O; Hair Mattrcss-s, $4; Conon or Wool
Mattresses. 15. Persons having Dds work to be
lone are assured that the conten?a of mattresses
will not bc exchanged for cheap or irferlor arti?
cles. " J. L. LOXFORD, P. ?J. H.
JgALL, BLACK ? CO.,
Sos. 5S5 and 5C7 BROADWAY, NEW YORK*
Jf the b?st quality and at. LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Expro-s, C. O. D.
jQR. BING'S PiLE REMEDY
For sale by Da.H. BABB.
L 5 ^wusemcnts.
jt^& D E'jj Y |o F M U S lC?
Remem?er, FIVE NJO?TS ONLY of the Queeacl
Star o? the south end the Eminent Comedian;'
R.OSE AND HARRY WATKINS,
first time on any Stage of a new
- GRAtND AMERICAN COM-KDY,
Illustrating some of thc peculiar traits of charac?
ter visible In the Kaleidoscopic Society of New
?York, entitled --
HOW SHE CURED HIM, OR MATED, NOT
WJdow Darling.:.,.ROSE WATKINS.
Horatio Borem...H. WATKINS.
To conclude with the Domestic Broil,
IT.TAKES TWO TO QUARREL.]
GRAND WATKINS MATINEE on Saturday. Open
at 12; begin at 1. _feb7-l
^ GRAND SOIREE
Will be- given by the Niagara Fire Engine Com?
pany, No. 8, at the Mllltary'Hall, Wentworth
street, on TUESDAY EVENING, February 7th, com?
mencing at 8 o'clock P. M., and ending at 3 o'clock
T.' L. DENNISON, President Ashlev, No. 9.
J. R. CAMPBELL, President Comet Star, No. 5.
PARRIS ATTLES. President Promptitude.
FRANCIS BONNE AU, President United Fire Co.
-President Prudence, No. 4.
H. MCCOY, President Union Star.
? G. TOLLEY, President Niagara, No. 8, Chair?
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
P. W. Lewis, Chairman.
H. T. Brevard, W. G. Lawton,
.W. P. Perry, 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. Mlnott,
E. C. Tucker, R. S. Ingllsh,
L. A. Duffln, J. H. Curtis,
E. T. Labltue, C. B Nell,
D. MacT. Lewis, T. W. Williams.
Tickets can be had from.any ol the manageis or
committee of arrangements.
Admission for a lady and gentleman, $1.
No lady admitted unless attended by a gentle?
man. H. T. BREVARD,
febG-2 - Ticket Agent.
T. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A BALL will be given at the Hair of the German
Freundschaftsbund, on THTRSDAT EVENING, Feb?
ruary o, 1871, instead of Tuesday evening, Feb?
ruary 7, as heietofore advertised.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
Jan4-? _Secretary and Treasurer.
GRAr D MASQUERADE BALL
Will ie 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, O. OTTEN,
W. E. KLEIN, F. HABSLOOP,
J. STEFFELS, C. SCHMETZER,
C. P. GARDNER.
A tine Brass Band will be ia. attendance.
Tickets can be had at Messrs. K. A S., No. 143
and 145 East Bay, and at Mr. W. SCHRODER'S,
No. 310-Klng near Society street.
Posllively no Tickets sold at the door.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD BONDS
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds (First
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Bonds
(Stale Guaranteed Bonds)
South Carolina Railroad Bonds (Sevens)
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Bonds (State
Guaranteed.) By A 0. KAUFMAN,
fob7-l * No. 25 Broad street.
groceries, ^Liquors', &.t.
p ? 0. VISIONS.
Have In Store and constantly receiving all
DRY SALTED MEATS, FLOOR,
LARD, MOLASSES, Ac,
Which we oiler at .reasonable rates, and Invite
purchasers to examine before buying elsewhere.
MACQUEEN & RI ECKE,
Noa. 21 and 23 VENDUE RANGE,
f;b7 Charleston, S. C.
JPLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AC
JEFFORDS A- CO.,
Nos. 17 aud 19 VENOUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
500 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 uhds. Choice Clear Rib sides
20 lilids. Prime smoked Shoulders
io tierces Choice S. C. Hams
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mu*s Pork
.jo.ooo pouuda Prime Dry Salt Sides
10.000 pounds fry Salt Bellies
loo sui ks Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Refined Sugars
100 cases 2 aud 3 rh, Frosh Tomatoes
76 ca-jes Fresh Peaches
loo cases, 1 and 2 Vs, Fresh Oysters,
ANNIE'S ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H S. HANNIS A CO., of Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve on the qualities of their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some ol
the choicest In the country, and having rendered
the prices such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general use. oller the
celenrated Acme brands of CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, through , as their sole
agents for this city and the State ol South Caro
llua, at thc most advantageous prices aud terms.
CLACIDS % WITT tl, No. 130 East Bay.
50 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE
ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
JJ A H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
"In order to facilitate the supply of our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA IJYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at the South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERO S A CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
supply the trade ai prices which will lnsnra satis?
faction. H. A li. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to inform their
customers a'id me tr.ide generaliv mat they have
anil a few barrels of the Messrs. CATHE KWOUD'S
FINE OLD M 0 NONGA il E LA WHISKIES un hand,
which has had thc benefit ol a Southern summer's
hear. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels of various grades, at reduced prices.
.H.. GERDTS A CO.,
dec20-tu.'hs8uios No. 195 East Bay.
JJ IC KS ON COTTON SEED.
200 bushels Selected SEED, No. 1
3W> bushels Seed, No. 2.
The above ?seed ls raised from the No. 1 Seed
Imported direct from DAVID DMKSON, Sparta,
Ga., 1870, and grown on the Marthland Farm
near this city,
i or sale at very low prices by
. J. C. H. CL AUSSEN,
JJBEMEN BEER, GUNNY CLOTH, &c
150 casks Botiled BREMEN BEEB
150 craies B ulles
?oo boxes Pipes
loo rolls Heavy Gnnny Cloth.
On consignment and for sale low by
feb:-thftu3 CLACICS A WITTE.
EE SI OVAL -DR. WM. C. HORLBECK
has removed his Office and Residence to
No. 213 Meeting street, one door south of Calhoun
street. . ieb4-3
(ftrocgrigi, turnare, #r.
J^^O^O K fk J T~H IS.
Nov ls toe time for declare to lay in their stonor
^ LIQUORS FOR THE SEASON,
and we are prepared to save them the trouble of
ordering from the'lfoTrtr, 'try selling them the
same article here for cash at; what they, would
have tOTMty in Phfladefphla for it, thereby Saving
frelght,*fnsnrance and other expenses. We are
enabled to do so by onr . late arrangements with
two of the principal Liquor hanses of Philadelphia
-JOHN GIBSON'S SON A CO., and HENRY WAL?
LACE A CO.
We have now on hand 100 barrels of the follow?
OLD CORN WHISKEY
60 barrels JOHN GIBSON'S SON A CO.'S OLD
DEER CREEK RYE WHISKEY, ol' which brands
we have the sole right to sell in this city.
"We also Keep constantly on hand. Port, Madei?
ra and Sherry WINES, at the lowest price for the
qnality. Givens a trial.
BYRNE A FOGARTY.
No. 126 East Bay, corner Fraser's wharf.,
^ O TO WILSON'S
VT For SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES.
Go to WILSON'S por HamBr strlp8i Bacon.
Go to WILSON'S Beat BQtter at 45c ft pound.
Go to WILSON'S wmeai Brandle8, Liquors.
00 to WILSON'S For canned Fruits, Jellies
Go to WILSON'S For ?l tbc j?test Novelties.
Go to WILSON'S For t?at Dollar Tea I
Go to WILSON'S Te Rc?n0lSical Housekeepers.
Go to WILSON'S, Yeof UnUtedPuta*
Go to WILfiOWS^ of AnB011 wd sodety streets.
Go to WILSON^ get yoM ao(A? delivered free.
Go to WILSON'S
For all your Groceries.
Go to WILDON'S, ^ a0ubtfai and be convinced.
Go to WILSON'S, ^ No charge for looking.
Go to WILSON'S, Ati doubt no nacre.
Go to WILSON'S^^ 9ot??^ and tenn gtreets,
Go to WILSON'S,^ Beethtlprlae Medal Biscuits.
Go to WILSON'S, And get your money's worth.,
Go to WILSON'S OHEAP.GROOERY. ^
Go to WILSON'S . Ec???mle?t crroccry.'
Go to WI^ON'S^^ Ang0Q MQ gocietystreett.
JQICKSON'S COTTON SEED.
1000 bushels Of DICKSON'S COTTONSEED.
For sale by w. H. WANNAMAKER, St. Matth?
ew's, S. C., st 76 cents per bushel.
Reference-Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Charleston,
S.O. feM-6 '
1700 sacks Liverpool SALT: Landing fromShlp
Muscongus. For sale by
Jania_T. J. KERR k CO.
JQIVERPOOL SALT A F L O A .T .
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark tinco, and for sale in
lots to snit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
QOAL AT S8 75 PER TON DELIVERED.
200 tons Grate and Stove COAL, delivered in
any part of the city at $8 75 per ton. Landing this
day. Apply to J. A. ENSLoW A CO.,
feb2 No. 141 East Bay.
ASTERN HAY. *
uoo bales EASTERN HAY. Landing and for
8aleby ' J. A:* ENSLOW A CO.,
UM_No. 141 East Bay.
ls considered the best ever introduced in this cl'y.
This ls the opinion of aH who have tried them.
ls warranted-if they do not prove what is claim?
ed for them, the money will be refunded.
ls cored expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense has been spared to make them superior
to all other Hams.
are put up in thin glazed canvass, and run from
eight to twelve pounds each. We invite every?
body to try
cured expressly for
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
jami_No. 275 King street.
Jj I A M O N D H A M B
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For sale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
janll_ No. 275 King street.
QHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTl
GOOD AS THE BEST 1
Is the universal verdict pronounced upon
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERIES
N. B.-All goods dedvered free of charge.
PRIZES ! PRIZES ! PRIZES!
Not brass jewelry either, given with all sales of
one dollar, at
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE OROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and Cannon
JUST IN! .
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken out of bond after the reduction or the
tarim ' JOHN HURKAMP A CO.