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^ ..JONDAY,. FEBRUARY 13, ?S7L _
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y EWS OE THE BAT.
-43o# cfe?eaWNew^^ti-Sat?ay, at
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-Cotted closed quiet and stronger at I5?jc.
-rn Liverpool, on Saturday afternoon, cotton
was steady at 7vi. for uplands. American ar?
rival", three ships with 9567 bales.
-London ladies delight In black silk stockings.
-Chicago has only Just founded a foundling
hospital. Hitherto they've all 1 >een hun; on door
xnobs, in baskets. .
-Dr Pusey Isfounding a new wmojunlty of
Anglican nuns who are to be clad entirely in
-Professor Agassiz ls preparing a work on the
American Salm?nida;, Including all the trout, sal
apa and whitefish of the country. ?- -
-The planters of Mississippi, almost without
exception, say they intend to pot in more corn
and raise more stock feed the present year.
-In 1841 Great Britain raised ?21,808,815 by
duties, on 116? articles. In 1862 she raised &V
'O63,O0OJ>y lower duties' on only forty-four articles.
- -Objects seventy-two feet loatr can be distinct?
ly 'seen on sthe surface nt the moon .by the great*
tatescopes o?ttiefcar; ftfRosse abd Lbrd.-Oxman
, -Colonel W. D. Mann, proprietor of the Mobile
Register, advertises that he will dispose of the
whole of that journal, or a share, to a practicat
man, who would take entire charge thereof.
-Queen Victoria, in her speech on Thursday,
Informed the Lords and Commons that a measure
Vonld be placed before them, at an early day, for
-the establishment of "secret voting" or the bal ot.
-The posts for the telegraph line between Co
Irimbia and Greenville, along the line of the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad, are now being erect?
ed, and in a few weeks the up-country will be in
communication with the outer world.
?-The selection of a day la .ienit far" the -mar?
iage of the Princess Louise o trend's some strict
churchmen, and lt is stated that tbe Primate and
two other bishops have sent in remonstrances on
-It ls stated that on January loth a pigeon
-arrived at Paris with dispatches which, when*
printed, filled four-columns of tho'newspapers,
together with fifteen thousand dispatches for
private Individuals. This extraordinary com
pression or mail matter was dbe to microscopic
-The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel has thej
highest authority for stating that Bullock .owns
one share in the State Road, and that Governor
Brown and the leading members of tho company
knew the fact and acquiesced in it. The share ls
nominally put down to a Northern man, who drat
gave Bullock employment, and sent him Sonth as
aa employee or the express company.
-The experience of the shipwrecked mariners
of the United States steamer Saginaw,, who were
in the Pacific, and managed to reach an uninhab?
ited island, reads like a leaf from Robinson Cru?
soe, Their sufferings were se vare, but not unen?
durable, and they have all been rescued and
brought Barely to San Francisco. To the kind aid
of the Hawaiian government In promptly sending
a steamer to their relier this happy result is
-owing. It appears from a special dispatch to the
Herald that while on Oceai Island the wrecked
party were limited to rations or one potato and
two ounces or bread,dally. They, however, ob?
tained seal and turtle enough to sustain lite. Thc
whole party arrived In safety at San Francisco by
the last steamer from Honolulu.
-ThcPresident-has decided that he will allow
the btu to repeal the test-oath to become a law
without ' his signature. He does not look upon
the bul as providing an absolute repeal, on the
?round that a loyal man still has to take the iron?
clad oath, while a man who has been disloyal, but
is not disfranchised by the Foti rt eon th amend?
ment, need hot take it. The effect or the bill ls a
. discrimination which he does not approve, and
- only discovered at the very moment he was going
to sign IL The members who voted lor the bill
say that this is mere quibble, for it was .intended
to enfranchise those who were not otherwise dis?
franchised by the Fourteenth amendment, and
was not intended to reach men who could take
-It ls very evident that a combination of clr
-cu mst a aces will prevent the repeal-of the income
tax. The Senate bill for repeal ls still hanging in
a conference committee on the constitutional
quibble that the Senate had no right to originate
a bill relating to revenue. The House bill came
np OB Thursday, and on its own merits would
have passed by a bare majority; bat the taral
members learning that the Western Democrats
.had an amendment which they intended to move
?to ad mi: coal and salt free of duty, voted against
going into committee of the whole, and carried
their point by four majority, anus preventing i he
-consideration of the bUL To snch an extent was
this feeling carried, that Mr. McCarthy, of New
York, who voted in the ways and means commit?
tee for repeal, turned around lu the House to day
and voted against it. There were some twenty
members absent, and another attempt will there
?e, n?de to take u? the bill, (bot j success ls
Np j 1 i W F 2
-The Boston Hide and Leather Interest states
that buckles, bows, and rosettes, for ornamenting
ladle*' suppers, boots and snoes, lona quite a
manufacturing business la Boston, tn which some
thousands of dollars are represented. The cus?
tom of wearing buckles and rosettes on slippers
.and shoes, and '?tassels on the boots," has stead?
ily grown, so that now large quantities of them
are mada Bil over t ne country/. Ia Baaton'there
are two or three large manufacturers ana whole
sale dealers who turn out on an average . 15,000
pairs per week, which are sold togo to every part
of the country. They are made In all colors and
a considerable variety of style?, and range in
price from one and three-quarter cents for the
, cheapest leather, .to, one dollin; per pair foe the
alcestisatlnjwlth? ?old and sffvar buckles. The
Southern demand for these gocds is brisk, and
people living In that section generally buy the
h'ghest priced and most beau arm patterns, out
rivalling other sections la the demand for rbis
-Ic tho British House or Commons, oa Taara
I day, Hr. Disraeli, the leader or the opposition,
sharply criticised the poUcy or? the government.
He advocated armed neutrality, and a final pactfi
-?cation which would exolude all germs or hostili?
ty. He lamented the inertia or the government
-last July, when ic was able to Influence the belli?
gerents. The value or its effort to procure the
withdrawal or Prince Leopold from the candidacy
of the Spanish throne could not but be admitted;
ba( lt was then possible for the government to
withhold France from war by hinting at armed
neutrality, and employing its acknowledged influ?
ence in Prussia to Induce ber to forbear. Dis?
raeli was equally severe in his comments on the
'Coarse which England was made to take in the
Black Sea question. Referring to American topics
ba denounced the hostile attitude of Senator Sum?
ner and others toward England, so unlike the at?
titude assumed toward other powers, and reeom*
mended tbat lt be encountered with for?
bearance and conciliation ; yet, passions
might be aroused which could not easily be
allayed, and therefore he hoped fer the rs
sumption of negotiations for the settlement of
the questions between England and America. In
the meantime, tn vlewof the relations of England
with foreign countries, he approved" the proposed
Increase of the military forces of the Kingdom.
Mr. Gladstone made an able speech In support of
thc address, and replied to the criticisms of Dis?
raeli. Ile denied that there was any need of
armed neutrality last year, to advise Prussia
against the Hohenzollern candidacy was tho ex?
treme limit of the international right to interfere.
The neutralization of the Blick' Sea hal lost Its
importance to England since the Crimean war,
and its maintenance had been abnegated by
France. He believed that England's true policy
was non-intervention abroad, the study of do-,
mestic quest^pns, and the observance of neutral
rights and obligations. He begged that the House ;
would not fetter the governments libar ty of ac?
tion, Or doubt for a moment Its alni tosente
peace, with honor and safety to the country."
Tile Tax System.
Adam Smith, in Tlie Wealth oj Nations,
embodies fit rive maxims, or principles, tire
qualities desi rabie,.. economically speaking,
in a system of taxation. The first of these
is that ?' the subjects of every State ought
" io contribute to the support of the gov
" ernment as nearly as possible in propor
" tion to their respective'abilities ; that ia,
" in proportion to the revenue which they
" respectively enjoy under the protection of
" the State," It i3 with the ojbject of secur?
ing thU necessary equality of taxation that,
alTproperty ia South Carolina is required,
by tte State law, to be taxed at its market
value. The man who hos no accumulated
property, real or personal, contributes noth?
ing to the-expenses of the State govern?
ment. No' poll-tax is allowed except for
educational purposes, and or that tax only
a beggarly part is collected. The State gov?
ernment is.in thc hands' of the voting major?
ity; tho voting majority are the laboring or
non-property holding classes; they who
make the laws, regulate expenditures and
impose taxes, have themselves no property
to tax. At this time, therefore, although
the tax-system, ia correct in prmciple, an
undue weight falls apon the possessors o[
accumulated property. As it is essential to
the credit and financial integrity of the State
that a sufficient revenue be regularly raised
to meet the interest on the public .debt, we
dare uot hope, at present, for aoy consider
ulle reduction in the gross sum to be raised
by taxation for purposes other than the now
enormous adm i nistrative expenses of the gov?
ernment. It is unquestionable, however, that
the holder of real estate is harder pressed
than the merchant, whose net income is
mach larger, in proportion to the tax-paying
capital, than that of the owrier of real estate.
To relieve both classes, it is DOW proposed
to put in operati ?ti a scheme of direct taxa?
tion which 'shall reduce, in part, the tax
upon real and personal property,
A bill has been introduced in the Senate
authorizing aa enrolan ut tax This bill
imposes* a special tax apon all acts of a pri?
vate nature, such as acts incorporating (or
renewiog, or exteudiug, the charters of)
banks, railroad, manufacturing, insurance,
improvement and navigation companies, and
their like. The bill also imposes a tax apoa
the formation of aew counties, and upon
acts ia relation to private claims, churches,
library associations, gratuities and agricul?
tural societies. -Tho amount of tho tax is
graduated according lo the cattai to be
employed, or to tho amouot claimed.
Until tile bill bas been considered by the
proper committee we do not propose to dis?
cuss il io detail There are, it seems to us,
some objectionable features ia the bill, and
more may be developed. It seems clear,
however, that the pissaro aod due enforce?
ment of such a bill would yield a large rev?
enue which would allow of a reduction in
the present onerous tax -upon real aod per
sooat property. They who ask for a special
privilege caa afford to pay for it. There
is no inequality in this. They know the
prie of the privilege they ask, aaa*, if the
bill be passed, the enrol meat tax will as
naturally enter into the calculations of a
aew company as the prospective clerk hire
and gas bills. Unless there is money in the
scheme the act will not be asked for-if there
is money ia the project let the State enjoy a
modicum of benefit. A similar bill is, we
are informed, ia operation ia Pennsylvania,
where it works admirably, and we 3ee no
reason why we should not take advantage
of the experience of other States In this
abominable matter of taxes. In politics,
Feansylvaaiu aod New Eugiand have given
us some knowledge which we bad rather be
without. It will be some compensation if
their 'cuteness aid as to distribute taxation
aod make it more easy to be borne.
Peace la the Up-Ooontry*
The Anderson Militia Company, on Mon?
day, the 6th instant, adopted the following
preamble and resolutions, which we corn
mead to the notice of the Congressional
Outrage Committee :
"Whereas, Peaceaadorderreigns withinthe
borders of Anderson County, Ufo, liberty and
the protection ot property are assured, and
good feeling prevails among all classes ol our
citizens; and whereas, the distribution of the
public arms to one class ot' our population has
been a source of irritation to the other; there
lore, be It
Resolved, That we, the members of the An?
derson Militia Company, do assert that, in
drawing the public arms, we were actuated by
aa Uiellag of hostility to ..ny portion ot our
fellow-citizens, but now, a* then, cherish good
will to all.
Resolved, That, as an evldeoce of our sin?
cere desire to remove all cause of bitterness
and distrust, the company meet on thc first
Saturday in March next, and deliver their
arms to Captain Williams, to be boxed up and
deposited ia some secare place.
Resolved, That our thanks are due, aad are
hereby tendered, to Governor R. K. Scott, for
the kind consideration extended to us."
This company is composed, we believe, of
Republicans only !
THE Georgetown Times applauds the first
veto of the session, and declares that Gov? i tor
Scott -has done wisely and well ia rebuking
" the profligate expenditures of the County
"Commissioners of Georgetown, in telling
" them and the whole State that there ls al
" ready a tax on the county 'lor one and a
" half to two mills more than le required to
14 meet the current expeoses of most other
" counties in the Stale,' aad that so far as he
44 is able, he will put a stop to the wild career
"of those who are disposed to Indulge In
" reckless and ruinous extravagance, in the
" administration of the affairs of the several
" counties in the State."
i? . s
South ; Carolina, or the negro?radical part
of it, does, aud has done, so much for the
National Republican party that, even as a
party question, Congress should not hesitate
to make the small appropriation necessary
for the improvement of the Beach Channel,
in Charleston Harbor. Captain Ludlow, as
reported in our Washington c?rrespot?dence,
estimates 4nat the cost of' removing the
wrecks add the jetty will be about $15,000.
This sum' 13 a mere bagatelle in comparison
with "the undoubted" and immediate re
" suits "fwbich it will, produce, and we re?
gret to learn that Major Gilmore recommends
an appropriation of only $10,000. The dif?
ference between the two amounts will not
make or mar the fortunes of the 'country,
and we hope that the larger sum will be
given. Senators Sawyer and Robertson
now have an opportunity of doing Charles?
ton a practical beuefit, and, through Charles?
ton, they will help all South Carolina. Un?
less the "masquerade bill" occupy the
whole o? their time, the $15,000 appropria?
tion will doubtless pass.
John and Jonathan.
Brother Jonathan and John Bull are about
to 'shake hands. A joint commission is
appointed to adjust all matters in dispute
between the two countries, and, unless Con?
gress kick the bucket over, there is a likeli?
hood that General B. F. Buller will soon be
rid of h?3 standing grievance. But this
hot haste on the part of Great Britain to get
the Fisheries and the Alabama claims out of
the way has an ugly look. While a rupture
with the United States was an element in
thc calculation, England dared not embroil
herself with Russia or Germany. But if
Yankee Doodle agree to sing small, the Bri?
tish Lion may awake from its slumbers, and
let Christendom know that itcan bite as well
as roar. With cotton at 15 cents, however,
we pray and hope for universal peace.
THE Cheraw Denc-crat condemns, with hon?
est warmth, the infamous conduct of the Radi?
cal majority In ejecting from the House of
Representatives tho legally elected represen
"tatives of Chesterfield County^- 'Itsays, In con?
clusion: "H there was bop?jOf relief by any
" effort our people, could ma]ie, we would
" urge with all nor might BQm% concerted ac?
tion to . that end, but we cannot see the
M faintest ray."
MISCALLY-JONES-On November 25th. 1970,
by the Rev. Wm. B. Yates, Mr. JAM ss 8. Misc A L L Y
to MISB MART E. JOKES, both ot this city. *
YEADON.-Died, on the morning of the 12th
Instant, Mrs. MART VIDBAU YEADON, relict bf the
late Richard Yeadon, Esq., <n the Mlth year of her
pa? HER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS,
and those of her deceased husband, are Invited to
attend her Fanerai Services at the Lecture Rpom
of the Circular Church, Tais AFTERNOON', at half
past 4 o'clock._feb!3
CAMPS KN.-Dl'd athis residence, on Sunday,
February 12th. arter a lingering illness, HENRY
CAHPSEN. aged 44 years, a native of Germany, but
for nearly thirty years a resident of this city.
j2SF*TnE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Mr. and Mra. H. CAMPSEN, and their
respective families, are respectfully invited to at?
tend the Funeral Services, at the German Lu?
theran Church, Hasel street, at 3 o'clock THIS
BOND.-The members are respectfully requested,
to attend the Funeral Services of our late Brother,
ll KN RY CAMPSEN', at the German Lutheran
Church in Basel street, at 3 o'clock, THIS AFTER?
NOON. By order. WM. MICHAELIS,
febl3 _^ Secretary.
.239- GERMAN FKEUNDSCHAFTS
BUND.-Tue Members of this Association are re
quelled to attend the Funeral of their late Brother,
Mr. HENRY CAMPSEN, from the German Luthe
ran Church lu Basel street, at 3 o'clock Tn is AF?
TERNOON. J. M. PETERSEN,
febl3 Secretary. '
WILKINS.-Died, In New York City, on Tuesday,
7th February, GODVB&NEUK MORRIS WILKINS, of
West Chester County, New York, lu the 72d year
of his age.
jar- A LECTURE WILL BE -DELIVER?
ED at fit. Mark's Church THIS (Monday) EVENING,
February 13, ac half-past 7 o'clock, by Mr. H. S.
PARKER. Subject-MAN. A colleollou wUl be
taken up for the beneflt of said Church.
S. H. HARE,
feb 13-1_Chairman of Comm'ttee.
?sr- STATE AND COUNTY TAX?S.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, COURTHOUSE,
WALTERBORO', S. C.-Notice la hereby given
that this ornee will be open for the receipt of the
State and County Taxes Tor the year 1870, on the
8th day of February, 1871.
Taxes not paid on or before the 25th of March,
will be liable to a penalty of twenty per cent.
AU taxes remalhlng unpaid on the luth day of
May. 1871, will be liable to be collected by distress
All real and personal property are charged with
nine (9) mills on the dollar for State purposes, and
three (3) mills on the dollar for County purposes.
The Treasurer will visit the following named
plaoes tn the County to facilitate the collection of
Taxes, and on the following named days the office
la Walterboro' will be closed:
George's Station, February 2Sth and March 1st.
Ridgevdle, Ma'ch 2d.
Summerville, March 3d and 4th.
Adam's Run, March atti and 7th.
Bell's X Roads, March 13th, 14th and 15th. ..
JAMES W. GRACE,
febll-6_County Treasurer C. C.
ESTATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE? FIRE-PROJF
BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Notice is hew?
by given that this office will be open for the RE?
CEIPT OF THE STATE AND COUNTY TAXES for
thc year 1870, on the eighth (Sth) day of February,
1871. Taxes not paid on or before the 22d day
of March, 1871, are liable to a penalty of twenty
percent. AU Taxes remaining unpaid on the
13th day of June, 1871, ara liable to collection
by distress or otherwise, with additional penalty
of Ave (J) per cent. Tor collection thereof.
The total rate of levees for State purposes Is
nine.(9) mills on the dollar. The total rate for
County purposes ls three (3) mina on the dollar.
The State Taxes are payable In Bills Receivable
of the S:ate, United States Currency, National
Bank Notes, gold and silver coln; in addition to
the above, Coupons, dated alnce July l, 1S?7, from
certain State Bonds, will also be received la pay?
ment of the State Taxes, viz:
1st. Six Per Cent. Bonds, issued by the State
under an Act of 1S54, in aid of the Blue Ridge
2d. Six Per Cent Bonds, issued by the State
under the Acts of 1853 and 1855, for the construe
tion of the new Statehonse, and Six Per Cent.
Bonds, Issued by the State under the Acts of Sep?
tember and December, 1868, for funding the past
due principal and Interest on the State Debt,
All Coupons that have accrued on Bonds dated
1st and 2d, on or before the 1st of July, 1867, are
rundable under the Acts referred to above -or Sep?
tember and December, 1808, and are not receiva?
ble for taxes. WM. GURNEY,
feb8-l2 Treasurer Charleston County.
p9" THE.EEPTJBl?C AN DELEGATION
from Biggin CTmfch, St. John's Berkeley, to
County Convention, composed of the Hon.
S TEPHEN BROWN, BOSTON JACKSON and JOHN
McNETL, have arrived, and win he in attendance.
?tf CONSIGNEES PER ' STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby noti?
fied that Bhe ls Tins DAY discharging cargo at
Pier No. 1, Union Wharves. All goods not takeu
away at- sunset will remain oh wharf at con?
signees' risk. MORDECAI ic CO., Agents.
pB* NOTICE.-CHARLESTON,. S. C.',
FEBRUARY ll, 1871.-All small Dealers in Wares
or Merchandls':, located in stores within the city
limita, to whom was granted a Ten Dollar License
for 1870, -except those who are known to have
obtained the same by a misrepresentation or the
atrue character or amount of business done, can
have their license renewed upon application at
the City Appraisers Office.
New applicants will leave their name, Ac, with
the Appraiser, who will Investigate the character
of their business before granting such license.
Poor persons doing an insignificant business,
and who have held exemption tickets for 1870,
can have the same renewed by either ol the Com?
mittee authorized by Council, viz: All dolng such
business below Calhoun, east of King, by Alder?
man Voigt; Market street, west of King, below
Calhoun street, by Alderman McKinlay, Lime
house street, or at his office lu rear of Courthouse;
and all In the Upper WardB, above Calhoun street,
by the undersigned at the Drttg Store, "No. 601
King street. M. H. COLLINS,
febll-3 Chairman SpPCial Com. on Licenses.
??r* " WHAT HAVE YOU TAKEN FOR
lt?" aald Mrs. Laura Thompson to her Mend,
Miss Lake, referring to a sick headache with
which the young lady was continually afflicted.
"Oh." said Miss L., "I've taken cathartic pills
enough to load a cannon." i-Dlscaid them,"
said her friend, "and try my medicine, PLANTA?
TION BITTERS. Blje ls thc cause or your diffi?
culty; and I know by experience the Bitters are a
certain cure tor biliousness."
Miss Lake adopted Mrs. Thompson's advice,
aud was cured within a fortnight. She ls now at
the Metropolitan Hotel, and will confirm this
SRA MOSS FARINE from pure Irish Moss, for
Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creaks, Ac,
Ac' The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
food In the world. rebl3-mwf3Msc
?&* THE HAZARDS OF WINTER -
The feeble and delicate dread the winter, and
with good reason. The weather at this season
has a depressing effect upon the vital organs and
the animal spirits, and they have no vitality or
mental animation to spare. The aged and Infirm,
in wo om the flame of Ufe is waxing dim, are al?
ways unpleasantly affec ed by the temperature of
winter, and should fortify their systems against
lt. The extra vigor and resistant power which
the enfeebled system requires to euable lt to meet
with safety the assault! of cold aad damp, may
soon be acquired by the regular use or HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS. The tonic effect or
this wonderful medicine is soon apparent, tn an
increased appetite, a more active digestion, and
a brighter, hsppler frame of mind. Food is the
fuel of the body, and ir lt ls not properly digested
the Ares or lire burn low. When this is the case,
the disability can always be remedied within a
short ppace or time, by taking a rull dose or ihe
BITTERS twice a day. The stornach will soon be?
gin tu perform its aUotted task regularly an/1
steadily^ thc food, bel?g thoroughly, ns-lmlla'e I,
will yield thc amount of vital heat and nourish?
ment which thc body require? under the external
pressure of cold, and the winter ailments which
are apt to assail the weak and untoned physique
will be avoided._febll-6PA0
^CALL AT WAVERLY HOUSE AND
subscribe fur LIFE OF O EX ERAL R. E. LEE.
Only $3 75._febll-smw3
PB* N O T 1 C E.-ALL PERSONS IN?
DEBTED to the late A. P. REIONE, of Charleston,
are requested to make pay mont to the subscriber,
and those having demands against bis Estate
will present them, properly attested, to IL DE
TREVILLE, Esq., at his office, Law Range.
MRS. MARY L. REIONE,
ESTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLLETON COUNTY".-Court of Common . Pleas.
EDWARD O'QUIN vs. L. B. BOATWRIOHT-At?
tachment.-To L. B. BOATWRIGHT, Defendant in
this Action : You are hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint In this action,
which ls flied in the office or A. C. SCHAFFER,
Esq., Cierk or the Court or thc County and State
above named, and to serve a copy or your
answer on the subscribers, at their office In Wai
terboro', within forty days from the date hereof;
and if you fall, judgment will be taken against
you'. HENDERSON A BBHRE,
JanT6-ra6 . Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, COUNT* OP CHARLESTON.-CuURT OF
COMMON PEAS.-CORN ELI US J. WALKER, BEN?
JAMIN F. EVANS AND HARVEY COGSWELL,
Copaituera, as WALKER. EVANS A COGSWELL
AND D. WYATT AIKEN, Plaintiffs, against E. P.
GLENN AND J. A. WRIGUT. Copartners, as
GLENN A WRIGHT, Defendants.-Summons.
For Money Demand.-[Complaint not served.]
To E. P. GLENN and J. A. WRIGHT, Copartners,
as GLENN A WRIGHT, Defendants in this action:
You arc hereby summoned and required to ans?
wer the complaint in this action, which has been
flied In the office or the Clerk of the Court or Com?
mon Pleas ror the said County, and to serve a
copy ot your answer on the subscribers at their
offlce, No. 34 Broad street, Charleston, within
twenty days arter the service or this summons on
yon, excludive of the day of service.
if you fall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff* will takejndgment
against you for the sum or One Hundred and Ten
Dollars, with Interest at the rate of seven per
centum per annum from the 7th day of January,
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, and
Dated Charleston, 7th January, 1871.
MAGRATH A LOWNDES,
To the Defendan's, GLENN A WRIGUT: Take
notice that the summons in this action, or which
the roregoing ?sa copy, was flied tn the offlce or the
Clerk or the Court, or Cummon Pleas, at Charles?
ton, in the County of Charleston, in the State or
South Carolina, on the 7th day or January, 1871.
MAGRATH A LOWNDES,
No. 34 Uroad street,
reb6-m3 thai lesion, S. C.
jar-BATCEELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYE is the bent tn the XOOHct- per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappolntmeui. N? ridiculous Huts or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, sole and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. .Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 10 Boud streer, New York.
^ JOHN C. BAKER & CO 'S GENU?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by emlneut physicians
to be thc best In the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JNO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia,
A full supply on hand by
DR. H. BAER,
. feb6-mwr6ino9_No. 131 Meeting street.
fSf CAESAR COVERED HIS BALD
head and grey hair with a laurel crown. AYER'3
UAIR viooR covers grey heads with the still
more welcome locks or youth. reblo-fmw3DAW
for Yonng Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety or getting Married, with saultary
helo ror those who feel unfitted ror matrimonial
happiness. Sentrree,.ln sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
f,jgr OFFICE OF THE SfCTTH CAR?
L?NA CENTRAL R&LROAD^OMVANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C., FEBR?ARY 13, 1871.-The
Elphth Instalment of FIVE DOLLARS PER
SHARE wilt be parable- orr tie Mttr-Jffarctrj
proximo. In . Charleston, at the office of the
COMPANY, No. .10 Broad street; In Sumter, to
Major JOSEPH JOHNSON; In Manning, to Dr. G.
ALLEN HOGGINS. WM. H. PERp.SNEAC,
pa* CONSIGNEES PER . SCHOONER
D. B. EVERETT, from New Orleans, are notified
that she will discharge cargo Tni3 DAT at Brown
i? Co.'s South Wharf. Goods not called for at
sunset will be stored at owners' risk and ex?
pense. STREET BROTHERS A CO.,
^PARTIES HAVING FURNITURE,
Ac, to dispose of, will find a CASH CUSTOMER
by addressing Postofflce Box 473. feul3
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. F. M.
The Regular Communication of Orange
Lodge, No. 14, A. F. M.. will be held THIS EVEN?
ING, at Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock. Candidates
for E. A. Degree should be punctual.
feb!3 ? THOMAS S. BEE, Secretary.
ST. ANDREWS LODGE, No. 10, A. F. M.
An Extra Mee*lng of this Lodge will be held
at Mas mic. Hall Tu is EVENING, at hair-past seven
o'clock. By order w. M. J
feb!3 L. P. bPEISSEQGER, JR., Secretary. 1
ASHLEY FIRE COMPANY.-THE AN?
NUAL Meeting or Ashley Fire Company will
beheld Tins EVENING, at their Hall, I8S Meeting
street, at 7 o'clock. Members will be punctual in
attendance, as i usiness or Importance will be
transacted. By order T. S. Dennlsson,-President.
tebl3_J. M. MATTHEW ES. A. 8.
ANNUAL MEETING ?F THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD COMPANY, AND OF THE SOUTH?
WESTERN RAILROAD BANK.- The Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders of the abo v? Institu?
tions will be held In the Uty of Charleston, on
the second TUESDAY in February next, the Mth
of- the month. Pince of meeting-Hall -of the
Southwestern Railroad Bank, on Broad street.
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. M.
On the day .following, WEDNESOAY, the 15th.
there will be an electloa held ac the same place,
between the hours or 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for fif?
teen Directors of the Raltroad Company, and
thirteen Directors of the Bank. A Committee to
verify Proxies will attend. -
The following addition to the By-Laws, propos?
ed at the Special meeting tn May last, will come
up for action at this: Article 1st, Section 7th,
shall be, '-Any number of S ockholders, not less
than teu, representing five thousand shares shall
be necessary to require a stock voie on any ques?
Stockholders will be passed as usual over the
Road, to and rroni the Meeting, rree of charge, In
accordance with the resolution or the Convention
Ol 1854. - J. R. EMERY,
ME. GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAP
. 'I ER OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Annual
Grand Convocation will be holden tn the City of
Git i nest ou, Deo volente, lu Masonic Halt, at 12
meridian, on TUESDAY, the 14th day of February,
A. L. 2401, A. D. 1871. Members aud Grand Offi?
cers, and Delegates from subord?nate Chapters,
are requested to attend- punctually and generally,
for the consideration of important business and
the Election of Grand Officers for the Masonic
year ensuing. With their characteristic liberality
the dur?rent Railroad Compautes have granted to
thc Grand Officers and Delegates tue privilege of
gassing and repasslng over their roads for one
fare. The full fare will bs paid at the plnoe of
Starting. On all railroads,- except the South
CaruUua Railroad, the Grand Officers anT Dele?
gates will be permitted to return from the Con?
vocation free on the production-ef the certificate
or the Grand Secretary. On the South 0-trollua
Railroad, Return Tickets will be furnished by the
Conductors to the Grand Officers and Detonates,
which will enable them to repsss free or charge.
By order of the M. H. G H: P., Oompnatou M.
MOSES. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
febl-s2 Grand Secretary.
N~ URSE AND COOK WANTED. NONE
need apply without ! recommendations,
apply in Calhoun street, south Bide, secobd door
from St. Phillp street._r>M3
A WHITE WOMAN WANTS A SITUA
?\. TION to cook and wash for a small family,
or to cook. Can come well recommended. Apply
at No. 47 East Bay street. _febl3-l?
WANTED; ONE HUNDRED (100) TONS
Sea Island Colton Seed. Apply to KINS?
MAN A HOWELL, No. 128 East Bay.
.XT/ANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
Tv that thc cheapest place tn town to pur?
chase BOOTS AND SHOES, also HATS, for
all ages, ls at MURRAY'S, 113 Market-st..
?ear King, sign or *'Blg Boot." Freah
and desirable Goods. febll-smwfl*
ANTED, A GOOD PLUMBER. APPLY
at No. 140 Church street. febll-2
SCHOOL DESKS AND BENCHES
WANTED.-Any perron having a few School
Desks and Benches iodi-p >.s'.> ot, will dud a pur
clia-cr at the Confederate Widows' Home, Broad
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
In i he city or country. Salary not so much of an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
DAILY NEWS Office. Jan24
TO RENT, PREMISES No. 9 BEAUFAIN
street; siso, third stnryof premises No. 63
Broad street, above Telegraph office. Apply to
G. W. DINGLE. No. 61 Broad .street.
ftoet attft Sonni.
LOST, ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car L*me, on the evenlugof thc 0th, a pair
or riKOWN KID GLOVES, with Gold Glove But?
tons In them. The tlnd-r will receive a suitable
reward by ieavlugthe sameatihe corner of Broad
and Orange streets, _feb 13
LOST, BETWEEN ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
and Mr. Fngartie'a Booksrore, or between
air. Fogartle's Bookstore and No. 23 Bull street, a
LADY'S BLUE ENAMELLED DIAMOND WATCH,
No. 6*79. Thc Under will be suitably rewarded
by leaving lt at No. 33 Broad at?eet._fehlt
L~OST, IN THE LADIES' CAR. ON THE
Northeastern Train, which arrived in thia
city on Wednesday, a pair of Gold Spectacles, In
u leather cuse. The auder will be suitably reward?
ed ir they are left at tue Cashier's office, North?
eastern Railroad Depot. febll-2
VATE BOARD is to be had here, at moderate
rates. The winter climate ls warm. Refer to Hr.
C. N. HUBERT, No. 12 Ease Bay, or to Mr. E. T.
HUGHES, First National Bank, Charleston.
INC Tuis DAY as-oclated wit J me Mr. W. B.
Morns, the business wdl be conducted under the
ffrm name of FAARBORG A MORRIS.
J0LIL'S T. FAARBORG,
W. B. MORRIS.
Florence, S. C., February 1st, 1371. febl3-3
?issolnticms of (Eoparinersljip.
N?TIGE.-DISSOLUTION OF COPART
NERSH?P.-The business heretofore exist?
ing under the fl rm name of FAARBORG A B?CH
IIKIT ls this dav dissolved hy mutual consent,
and all liabilities.against tne Arm will be assum?
ed by the Arm of FAARBORG * MORRIS.
JULIUS T. FAARBORG.
J. J. BUCH HEIT.
Florence, S. C., February 1,1871.
feb!3-2 Attest: W. B. MORRIS.
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
In good order, ? Ith Front. Orate, Bars, Reams,
Ac, complete. Apply to THURSTON A HOLMES,
Adger'a North Wharf. _nov2l-mth
FOR SALE, THAT HANDSOME AND
desirable RESIDENCE, No. 27 Rutledge
Avenue, opposite Morris street, containing seven
square rooms, two Mulshed attic rooms, bay win
< ow, bath and dressing rooms, pautry, store?
house, and ample kitchen and stable accommo?
dations; water and gaB throughout the house,
10,000 gallon cistern, and all other modern im?
provements ot a first class residence. LoVpo by
160 fot-1, tastefully laid out with hedges, rare
evergreens, and thc choicest varieties of roses,
camelias and other plants; also green-house, Ash
pond and f untalu. For 'ei ms, Ac . apply to No.
4S Broad street, Law Office of WILKINSON A
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. O. BABBOTS Drug
Store, No. 43 Broad street, jau24-imo
IJHErFfJBST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
_j?HARLB3T0N RIFLEMEN CLUB
will take place at the
SOUrr CAROLINA HALS'.'
OA' MONDAT, FEBRUARY 20, 1871.
gENIOR M AN AUERS.
Col. C. H. SIMONTON, Col. EDWARD MCCBADT,
Major T. G. BARKER, Captain A. MBLCFBRS,
Captain G. FOLL?N, Captain S. G. HOBSBY.
L. CAVAN AUGE, Chairman.
T. E. HooAN, F. E. DOBBBC,
C. A. DOC, H. D.'BlCAISE,
D. W. MUSTARD, T. J. MELVIN,
J. E. PABSAILAIODB.
Tickets to be had of the Committee*. Positively
none sold at the door._febl3-mwfm4
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
Will e given on MONDAT, Feb mary 18,1871, at
the Academy of Mnslc.
Tickets can be had from the Committee:
J. H. OETJEN, Chairman.
F. W. MEYER, C. OTTBN,
W. E. KLEIN, F. HAESLOOP,
J. STEFFENS, C. SCHMBTZER,
C. P. GARDNER.
The Committee reserves the right to unmask
any one. No one wm be allowed to leave the hall
A fine Brass Band will be In at tendance.
Tickets can be had at Messrs. K. A S., No. 143
and 145 East Bay, and at Mr. W. SCHRODER'S,
No. 310 King near Society street, also at YON
Positively no Tickets sold at the door.
HARLE S TON CHAMBER OF.
The Chamber will celebrate Its ssth Anniver?
sary Tnia DAY, February 13th, 1871. A Poll
for the Election of Officers* will be held between
the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock P. M., at the Hall of
the Chamber, corner of Broad street and East
Bay, under the management of the Committee of
W. A. KELLY, Chairman.
' F. W. DAWSON", W. I. MIDDLETON,
f S. L. HOWARD. SAMUEL C. BLACK.
I The Meeting of thc Chamber will take place at
2o'clock'P. M., at the Hali.
A supper will be ser veil up at thc HIBERNIAN
HALL, at 8-o'clock P. M. precisely.
Members can obtain their tickets from the Com*
mltte- daring the time of the election, or from
the Secretary and Treasurer, at any time during
I-the day, at the Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
and also at the Hibernian Hall In the evening at 7
o'clock P. M. -By order. P. J. BARB?T,
febl3 ; Secretary and Treasurer.
NOTICE.-Til E "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of New York, have
removed from No. lit Meetmir street to their
new office, No. 20 BROAD STREET. .
WM. B.SHAW, .
TrblS General Agent.
rjl O LOAN,*
$5000 on unencumbered City Property.
Apply to EDWARD LOWNDES, Jlrofcer,
feblO Corner Broad and State streets.
otites itt iknkrnprcn.
FTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH OAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF W. C.
P. BELLINGER ? WM. H. BELLINGER, copart?
ners In trade as BELLINGER A SON,
Bankrupts, by whom a petition for adjudi?
cation of Bankruptcy was filed on the 30th
day of January, A. JJ., 1871, in said Court.-In
bankruptcy.-Tl is is to give notice, that on the
THIRTY-FIRST D ?Y OF JAMJARY,.A. D., 1871, a war?
rant in bankruptcy was l?8ue?i against the est?t"
of W. C. P. BELLINGER Sc WM. H. BELLINGER,
(copartners la .rade aa aforesaid) of the Town of
Wlnnsttoro', fu he County of Coller?n and State
ol South Carolina, who have been adjudged bank?
rupts, on their own petition; ttiat tue
payment of any debts abd delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupts, to them
or tor their use, and the transfer of any property by
them, areforbtdden by uw; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupts, to- prove their
debts, and to choose one or more assignees of their
e-1at", will be held at a Court ol Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 72 Broad street, Charleston,
South Carolina, before J. C. Carpenter, Registrar,
On the FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY. A. D., 1871,
at ll o'clock A. M. L. iel. JOHNSON.
feb6-m2 U. S. Marshal, os Messenger.
J?1 R. DAUER,
No. 399 KING STREET,
PIANO TUNER AND TEACHER OF VIOLIN,
FLUTE AND GUITAR,
Respectfully Informs all music loving people
that he has always on hand a One assortment ol
VIOLINS, GUITARS, Flutes, Fifes, Drams, Fla
Unas, German and Preach Accord?ons, if.us lc
Boxes, Strings, self-binding Music Folios, Music
Paper and.Blank Books, and over five hundred
Songsand Pieces of Hitchcock's five and ten
cent Music for the Piano.
All sorts or MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RE
Country orders for Plano Tuning attended to.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thier Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER,
?jgALL, BLACK cfc CO.,
Nos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW TOBE,
Ol the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Expresa, C. O. D.
Just received at KIV'G WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment, or Lear, Chewing
and Smoking TOBAOOO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana and D imestlc Cigars Imported ana
mannractured by WM. 80HRODER, who respect
rally Invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock rally
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to tho highest grade, which la
offered at the lowest oash rates. Ad orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
JU LUNSFORD, CABINET-MAKER
e and UPHOLSTERER, negs leave to inform
the people uf Charleston, and or the State, that
he ls still carrying on bis old business, at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece ol
Furniture or any description. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms- replaced ny an experienced
workman. Customers may rely upon the per
formante of work lu a prompt and raithrul man
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, large
s use, *8 60; Hair Mattresses, $4; Ootton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that the contents of mattresses
will sot be exchanged for oheap or laferto? arti
Cl?. j, L, LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
g <|rormt?- fiktxors, &z.
E> OFF E E^3F O R SALE,
TO CLOSE CONSIGNEE S TS, AND TO REDUCE
OUR STOCK, AT REASONABLE PRICES:
400 gaHoas FRENCH BRANDY,-lo boad and doty
.paid - r
- easies Hollaad.Gin, Scotch Whiskey and West
. -. _Indla Ram
50 packages H?nnU""s Acme Rye Whiskey
100 bbls. Cheap Whl?key, Gin, Rora, Ac.
5 bbls. Choice Peach and Apple Brandy
50 casks Choice Port, Sherry sad Madeira Wine
25 casks Imported and*Dome8tl<:'Vinegar
loo cases Champagne; Olarer?nd Rhine Wine
50 cases Brandy Cherries and Sweet Oil
160 cases Stelnfeld's and Llppman's Bitters
100 coses Lemon Syrup, Cider and Pickles
loo cases Salmon, Lobster, Oysters and Peaches,
In cana _ .
150 cases Bottled Beer.
Our well assorted Stock of
COFFEE. SUGAR, TEA, Spices, Molasses, Bacon
Mackerel, Tobacco, agar*. Candles, Soap, Soda
Lye, Wrapping Paper, Blacking, Buckets
Brooms, -Matches, Shot, Caps, Nails. Pipes
Demijohns and Bottles or every variety
Corks, Bagging and Twine.
rebl3-mtuf3_CLAOHJS & WITTE.
QORN, OATS AND PEAS.
7414 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN.
Per schooner Mary J. Russell, rrom Norfolk,
7837 bushels Prime White Virginia Corn
1600 bushels Black Seed Oats
454 bushels Black Peas ;
88 bushels Clay Peas, '
Per schooner James Veldren, from Norfolk,
5050Hjushel3 Prime Maryland Corn
1200 bushels Prime Mary lind Oats
loo bbls. Soper Flour, . ' *
Per schooner Geo. H. Squire, from Baltimore
2400 bushels Prime Maryland Corn
1750 i ushels Prime Oats.
Per schooner Ella Matthews, from Balti?
For sale by
febl3 T. J. KERR AJBO.
QORN! CORNI GORNI
4500 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, Jus: received
from Baltimore. For sale by
febl3-r T. TUPPER A SONS.
We are now
; Crushed Sugar,
6K rbsfor $1. .
Stuart's A Sugar,
ex lbs for $1.
Extra C Sugar,
7 tts for $1.
Very Light Brown Sogar, GR9CERY
8 lbs for fl. GROCERY
??DELIVERED FREE'S* GROOERY
from thc GROCERY
. P E O P L E ' S GROCERY
GROCERY HDTT8R, GROCERY
ANSON AMD SOCIETY ST3. GROCERY
Br Own Sugur,
9 tts for $1.
10 rb 3 for $1.
(g E E D RICE. .
GOLD and WHITE, of superior.quail ty.
For sale by ? W. C. BEE A CO.,
reb8-wrmfl' _Adger'B Wharf. !
r^IJEBPOOL SALT . /
3600 sacks Liverpool SALT, landing rrom Bark
Beltlste, direct from UverpooL For sale by .
UM_ T. J. KERR A Op.
.^IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, and for sale ia
lots to suit purchasers by
. - ROBERT MURE A CO.,
jan23 _Central Wharf.
COAL AT $8 75 PER TON DELIVERED.
200 tons Grate and Store COAL, delivered la
any part or the cltv'at $8 76 per ton. Landing tall
day. Apply to- J. A. ESSLuw A CO.,
ieb2_No. 141 East Bay.
Jg ASTERN HAY.
MO bales EASTERN HAY. Landing .and *or
, sale by J. A. EN8LOW ? CO.,
reba_No. m East Bay.
1 8 - IHE r 7 1
?? CHAMPION HAM"
ts considered the best ever Introduced in this city.
This ls the opinion of all who have tried them.
ls warranted-ir they do not prove what ls claim?
ed for them, the money will be refunded. .
is cured 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,
No. 276 King street.
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For aale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Oo^
Janll_. No. 273 King street.
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken out of bond after the reduction of the
tariff. JOHN HURKAMP A OtA,