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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2.2, 1871.
FF WS OF THF HAT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at llj.
^-At New York yesterday cotton closed dull and
.declining; uplands l?*?c; sales C9J0 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed firmer and ad? j
venced a fraction; uplands 7fta7&d, orleans 7Jin
8d; sales 12,000 bales.
-Madame Schneider, the famous* actress of
opera boude, ls dead.
-AU accounts represent the Carnival, which
closed yesterday at. Washington, to have been a
-The State lepartment ha3 advices of the
wreck of the British steamer Zoe, from Boston to
Prance, with provisions contributed by American
citizens. Vessel and cargo a total loss.
-A dispatch from Little Rock states that the
.commandant cf that post has received orders to
^preserve the peace. No progress has been made
lu fS'e adjustment of the troublef.
-At a meeting of the Cotton Brokers' Associa?
tion or Mobile, yesterday, a resolntlon.was passed
to adopt the New Orleans system or brokerage- j
.that is, one-half per cent, from the buyer, and
one-quarter per cent, from the seller. The ronner j
-rate was uniform y sixty cents per bale..
-The United states steamer Nlpslc, of the Da?
llen expedition, arrived at Aspinwall on the 9th.
She sails for Atrato River on the 14th, where the
supply ship Guard ts anchored. Heavy rains con?
tinue In that locality. The first Darlen surveying
party left Asplnwall on the 6th for Atrato River,
ah well. Commander Selfridge joins the United
States steamer Resaca at Panama, and proceeds
to survey thc Pacific side, commencing at Simon
-Things kok badly for the rebellion In Cuba.
A Havana dispatch, or Gie 20th inst., says: "The
Insurgents, Colonel Miguel Machado, Major Dcm
itrio Castello and eleven men surrendered at
Puerto Principe on the 14th; Majors Lorenzo Cas?
tella and Ricardo at Ponce Leon on the 16th, and
Captain Gonzales ut Neuvitos. People came Into
the cities in such numbers to surrender that the
Interior ls depopulated. The troops surprised the
Republican Assembly in session at Mo rd al. The
members, however, escaped, but their documents
wero captured. Prefect Adrluo Garcia was kided
at Buena Jagua.
-The New York Journal of Commerce says that
In a grand prize show of the tyranules of all na?
tions America could make entry that would take
the first medal. She hos within her limits an oli?
garchy which for iron oruelty beats the worst sys?
tem that any living Emperor, Czar, Sultan or chler J
dare Impose qa his subjects. The American tyran?
ny to which we refer is the Grand Council of the
Coal Miners7 Union of Pennsylvania. With
strange mockery or the awful truth, the Union is
cabed, the "Workingmen* Benevolent Associa
? ?lon." It wuslormed by some hundred thousand
- well meaning, industrious miners, who, in their
ignorance of their best interests and of the laws
of trade, delegated supreme power to a council
-of thirty-one, to whom all questions con?
nected with labor and strikes are submitted,
and its decisions are without appeal, and
1 must be obeyed-without murmur. For this sur
Tender they were promised by this "union" to be
.cared for in strikes, bat after a few weeks of in?
activity the pinched doini gs of aid cease, and they
must beg or fiy% but may not work. The result ls
that during the strike which has recently been
"on," and rigidly enforced by Ihe Grand Council,
a large number of miners have prudently got
away, and come to New York, and, when able to
pay their steerage passages have gone to Europe.
The great coal companies, relying upon the sure
allies of poverty and hunger, win always have lt
in their power to beat any combination which the
"piners make among themselves; and lt is to be
hoped they are cured of the foolishness of strikes
and submission to the intolerable tyranny of an
-New York architecture ls the subject ora
severe article m the Tribune, which commsnt?
upon the buildings in Broadway, and states that
m this the most pr?tentions and extensive street
In America, there aro few buildings notable for
?ny other feature than unlue and ambitious pro?
portions. The houses and stores, lt ls asserted,
are built or, white marble, which discolors, or
brown stone, which chip3 and fades, or or Iron,
whose coat of paint needs constant renewal,
and present a repulsive appearance by their
dingy front and uondesci ipt architecture.
From the Battery to Union square, in" all
the business portion of this crowded thor?
oughfare, it is stated there is on'y one
.building p03sc,s-ng genutue architectural
beauty, it ls fumier aUeged that with the
exception ur biie? and grault;-, the building
materials in general uso in New York are con?
demned by all experienced and educated aMhlJ
tect3. The Westchester marble, lt ls stated, turn I ]
black and brown when exposed to the uir, and
decays and crumbles In fifteen or twenty years,
like the biowu st ne used for facing and nim?
ming bnCk buildiugs. Iron requires frequent ap
plicitiouH of thick coats of paint to preserve lt
irora rust, and ls also so susceptible to the action
of heat, that an Inconsiderable Orr frequently
. damages beyond repair buildiugs made of this
material. Another objection advanced agaiust
iron ls based on the fact that by its use archl cc
tura! art has deteriora'ed, and uumerou cheap
?top-heavy buildings, o it of all proportion, have
been cn cted. Taking all the aboye observations
. In to consideration, the Tribune has arrived at the
- conclusion that a city of shoddy architecture has
?been built upon Manhattan Island.
"-The London correspondent of the New York
"Times, wnt lue on February 4, says: "Paris has-1
faUen, but will there be peace? It seems almost J
impossible that there should not be. Thc Ger?
mans have grave reasons for wi -.liing to be out of J
a war in which there ls no more honor to be
gained, and it is clear the French cannot possibly
do anything further in the open field. Of course,
?he Gei mans may impose terms which would
even now drive tho Trench lato farther resista
-the wRd resistance of'despair; bat I can:
help thinking that the conquerors know their o
interest tao well, and that the sketch of their c
dltlonj-whlch appeared In the Times, ls rathe
hoax, or at least exaggerated. Peace bctw<
the Freuch and Germaus must surely be near
hand, hat I am afraid lt ls only -too- cart
that this .will not . mean peace In Fr?s
There are hurried flutings between Wlibelmsh
and Chlselhurst. Coh??au and Conti, the I
peror's special cohfldauts, are perpetually on
wing; Bazaine has tamed np suddenly at
Sebastian, in Spain, close to the Freuch from
where round Biarritz Napoleon ls supposed
have some especial friends; Ronner Is aUo bael
France; the Duchess Dowager of Ilamllt
(couslu of the Emperor.) lime, de Canrobert. j
the rest of the Imperialist Committee in Brus;
are more demonstratively cm the alert than e\
and iris doubtful whether the Empress.has
herself deserted Chlselhurst, at least fur a i
days. Twickenham has been equally agitated, J
the Orlcanist Priuoea have suddenly dlsappeai
from their villas there, and the Duke of Aum
lias Issued his address as a candidate for the
sembdy. The Count of Chambord will proba
content himself, alter his fashion, with a gra
lloquent protest agalust all usurpers, but the
Uuutats and Bonapartlsts evidently mean to m:
a dash for the throne. To make matters woi
Gambeita openly raises the standard of re\
against Favre and I rochu. Already the Rei?
he has ceased to bc oue and Indivisible. Aires
Paris, Bordeaux and Lyons appear to be the se
of three separate Republican bodies. In th
divisions we see the reason of the hopelessness
the war on tho .French side. Frauce was pa
lyzed by Intestine dissensions, which were i
the less real and fatal because not visible on
??The Coming City."
The astute editor of the Columbia Uni
has bad his eye on Charleston, and baa "I
"come convinced" that Columbia ls destic
to outstrip this insignificant village of ou
Some of "the best citizens of Charlestc
helped him to this conclusion, and assut
him tbat there is "a certain air of progn
"about Columbia" which is not found in tl
Cit}*, nail Columbia 1 The opening shot
followed by u broadside, in the shape ol
declaration that, in Columbia, "real estt
"is advanciug in va?ue; new buildings a
"being erected all over the eily; business
''picking up, and the prospects for the i
'Production of new business interests wc
"never so good as they are to-day."
This is good news, indeed; but the Unto
it seems,^cannot elevate Columbia wicho
attempting to depress Charleston. It say
"In Charleston everything looks mossy wi
age und decay. Even the stores and places
business, together with the people, have s
appearance of antiquity about them. B
very little building or Improvement ls gob
.on, and although the County Commissioner
last year, expended upwards ol two hundn
thousand dollars in and about the county, tl
greater portion of which was' doubtless dev
ted to the city, scarcely any evidences of t|
tremendous outlay are anywhere to be see
Ko new business seeks that city, nor will lt, :
long as that spirit of intolerance prevails,
any new-comer starts In badness lhere. 1mm
diaiely a coalition is formed against him, ar
he is soon forced to suspend. Savannah ar
Wilmington are to-day taking trade that ougl
to be done In Charleston. Capitalists pass
by In disgust, as a city which seems determine
upon its own destruction.''
It is charitable to assume that the edite
of the Union.hua never visited Charleslot
The houses and stores are old, but they ai
none the worse for that. More building I
going on than at any previous time. It i
true that we have not a Radical Legislatut
hero, to lavish oe fast horses and faster wc
men the ill-gotten gains of its members. I
this sense, there is undoubtedly "a certai
"air of progress in Columbia" which is wanl
iug in Charleston. Perhaps, however, th"
"white-sheeted gentry" will scare tho Gene
ral Assembly from Columbia. The Iv. K. K
may make it advisable for the grave senator
and turbulent representatives to adjouri
post-haste to Charleston. Horrible thought
For, the Union, which would then adjouri
too, might bc compelled to set to work t
"become convinced" tbat Charleston mus
so^n outstrip Columbia.
We admit that the County Commissioner
have spent upwards of $200,000 to very lil
tie purpose. What thea? It is not ou
fault-the commissioners are Radicals, mem
bers of thc very party of which the Union i
chief spokesmau. They ware foisted upoi
us by Radical laws and Fiadical votes, am
we expected just what we get.
Munchausen, alus! must hide his dimin
isbed head. . Tiie far-sighted editor says tha
"no new business" seeks this city. Gra
cious ! Busy Btreets ; crowded wharves ; tw<
steamship lines to New York, a steamshij
line to Baltimore, a fourth to Philadelphia
as much trade as the city can handle. Al
these we have, but the Union can't see it
Encouraged by its success, the Union nexl
asserts that, if a uew-comer starts in busi
ness in Charleston, "a coalition is form?e
"against bim and fie is soon forced to sus?
pend." This is, mildly speaking, a whopper!
Among our most trusted merchants are new?
comer---Northern men at that. Some ol
them have already mode fortunes here;
others are coining money-hand over list.
And any man who says that, since tho war
closed, there has been any discrimination
against it merchant because he is "a new?
comer," or that any coalition is formed
against any business man because he is "a
"new-comer," talks very wide of the truth.
Charleston may be, as the Union says-,
"determined upon its own destruction.'"' We
have so many new factories, so active a
trade Lu phosphates, so many new stores, so
many new wharves, so many evidences ef
wide-awake, progress, that we may break
ourselves down in carrying the burden of
commerce which our over exertions have
placed upon our shoulders. This is*tho onlyi
way in which Charleston runs any dauger of
destruction. Columbia is doubtless ready
to take the same risk. -We, should like,
however, to ask the Union whether there is
not room euougb in Hie universe for both
Columbia and Charleston? Why this un
neusirg howl Against a city which, in every
decent way, wuuld afford material for several
Columbias? This city is anxious that Co
lambia should thrive, and gives to its sis?
ter constant words of encouragement und
cheer. The only recompense is an eterual
cry, Delenda est Charleston ! It is some com?
fort that the Union knows nothing of one
city, and wholly misrepresents the other.
For, no paper which had the interests of the
State mi hean would suive to buildup its
political centro at the excuse of ils com?
mercial metropolis. In the first place, it
can't be done; in the sgcond, if it could it
wouldn't. When the seer of the Union li ns
been a little longer in the State, he will know
better and may prophesy less. We hope so. 1
Stopping the- Lenka.
Whatever the folly and extravagance of
the majority of the members of the State
Legislature, it is a cheering sign that there
should be a knot of law-makers in each
house who, if words count for anything, are
beut on the stoppage of leaks, tl ie pre?
vention of any increase of the public debt,
and the arrangement of the existing debt
upon an economical basis.
A whole batch of financial bills, all look?
ing to the improvement of the State credit,
were reported in our issue of Monday. lu
the Senate a resolution was adopted requir?
ing the committee of ways and means to see
what arrangements- were made for the safe
custody of the public property under tbecon
trol of the comptroller-general. A bill was in?
troduced to amend the acts providing for the
keeping and disbursing of money by public
officers. Notice was given of a bill for the*
extinguishing of the floating debt of the
Slate, and of a joint resolution directing the
manner in which the credit of the State shall
be loaned. Notice was given of a bill to
provide for the cancelmentof the $4,000,000
of the Blue Ridge Railroad bonds guaran?
teed by the State; also of a bill to create a
sinking fund for the redemption of the State
debt. A joint' resolution was introduced
providing that the State credit shall not
hereafter be loaned unless by the consent of
two-thirds of the qualified voters, aud a res?
olution was also introduced requiring that
one oT the Trust Companies of New York be
selected a3 the registry for State bonds. At
the same time a railroad charter was grant?
ed, but with thc express stipulation that
nothing contained in the charter should be
construed to bind the Stale to subscribe to
the stock of the road, or to give it any finan?
cial help. In the House a bill was intro?
duc? 1 to cr?ale a Sterling Funded Debt for
lim absorption of tho present debt, which
bill provides that no new debt or obligation
shall be created without the sanctiou of a
two-thiFds popular vote.
These were the financial propositions re?
ported by us on Monday last, and they all
indicate that there is a se tied purpose to
improve the credit and standing of the State.
Governor Scott, we are assured, is deter?
mined that no new debt shall be put upon us,
and it is believed that enough members sup?
port his views to make any further jobbing
in State bonds practically impossible. In all
this there may be no higher motive than a
desire to run up the price of Stale bonds to
80 or 90. But, in any event, it is to the in?
terest of the people to keep the debt where
I it is, and to maintain the Executive und the
Legislature in whatever reasonable plan has
that one end in view. Half a loaf is better
than none. If the Railroad Rings and bond
[ jobbers are killed this session, we may be
able next year to slice*dawn the enormous
current expenses of thc State.
Jurlge Montgomery Nones.
Mr. Montgomery Moses, of Sumter, who
elected Judge of the Seventh Judicial Cir?
cuit, is a brother of Chief-Juslice Moses,
and is known as a lawyer of ability and
long standing. Ile was a cordial supporter
of the Democracy in 18b"3, and since that
time has steadily acted with the Conserva?
IiAF.sr.OOP-KRACKE-At home, Thursday
evening, February ie, WI ay Hie Rev. L. Huller;
JIKNKv HAKSLOOP and SorntB A. c., eldest
daughter or Mr. F. D. C. Kracke. *
funeral ?Hotrrcs. 1
?ST- THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
or Mr. MICHAEL ??CALLY arc Invited to attend
his Fuuerai Services, ut his residence, No. 6 Hen?
rieta street, Tuis MOUXINO, a* ll oMock.
pB~ IN THE COMMON PLEAS.-COL
LETON COUNTY. -SAM.SON L. PAUL, as Admin?
istrator or JAMES L. PAI L, Deceased, BJaiutlff,
vs. ANNETTA PAUL, Widow, EUGENIE PAUL,
Heir nt Law or said JAMES L. PAUL, and CG.
HENDERSON, et ai, Creditors or the said JAMES
L. PAUL, Deceased, Def?iHlaiits.JtBy virtue or an
an order made In above cause, ll was ordered that
the credl'ors of tiie said JAMES L. PAUL, deceas?
ed, be etijolued rrom prosecuting their claims
against th J said Estate. Als}, that tin- said
Creditors and all others having claims gainst
the said Estate prove the same before mc on or
berore Die 1st February, 1871.
" A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerk's Office, Colleton County, S. C., December
pST CITY TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE OF
CITY APPRAISER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON,
S. C., FEBRUARY 21ST, lS71.-Notlcc ls hereby
given to all concerned that RETURNS for all
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY, within the
limits of the City of Charleston, shall be made
and delivered at this office on or before the
twenty-first day of March, 1871, for the year com
menclngonthe first day or Jauuary, 1871, veri?
fied by oath, of the persou whose duty it ls to so
list or return said, property possessed by him, or
under his cuntrol, eithsr as owner, agent, parent,
husband, guardian, executor, administrator, trus?
tee, receiver, officer, partner, raotor, or holder,
with thc VALUE or such CBKSONAL property so
held or controlled.
BySecilou 51 or Act No. 22, or the Legislature
or 1863, approved September 15th, providing for
the assessment and taxation of property, which
act was extended, so rar as applicable, to the City
or Charleston, by-an act or thc Legislature, passed
March 1st, 1870, lt is made the duty of Hie City
Appraiser to add fifty percent., and one dollar as
penalty for failure or neglect to make returns of
property within the time given so to do, and must
The following must be returned for taxation as
Personal Property, viz:
Horses and Mules.
Gold and Sliver Watches.
. Gold sud Silver Plate.
Piano For: es, Moiodeuns, or Cabinet Organs.
C arts or other vehicles.
Average raine or Goods, Merchandise, or other
commodities pertaining to business as merchant,
agent or otherwise, between Hie first days ol Jan
ii try, 1670, and 1S71.
Average value of all Materials used or provided
lor use |n business as a manuiae'urcr or other?
wise, between thc ?rst days or January, 1870, and
Value of all Machinery, Engines, Tools, Fixtures
and Implements used or provided, and of all man?
ufactured articles on hand on January 1st, 1871.
Value or Moneys, including Bank Bills and Cir?
culating Notes ou hand or depo?l'.
Value, or ail Credl s over legal Indebtedness.
Value or all investments lu Hie Bonds or Stocks
or any company, corporation or pereon, in or out
or this city (except National Banks out or mm
cl'y.) and of the gross receipts of Insurance
Agencies la money and notes, between the lirst
days of January, 1870, and 1871, namely: .
Value or ail other Personal Property, Including
Ieb22-lmo p. J. COOGAN, City Appraiser.
^IF M. J.. E. SHAW WILL CORRES?
POND with F. H. COUNTS, Treasurer of the Spar
tanburg and Union Ra?rcad, Union Courthouse,
S. C., she c?n learn of the whereabouts o? her lost
$S* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALL RIVER, from Philadelphia; arc notified that
slie will discharge cargo TO-DAY at Brown's
Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset wii! remain
on the wharf at owners' risk and expense.
WM. A. COURTENAY,
ps* UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA-The Annual Election for Directors of tr.ls
Bank will be held at the Bahklng-House on WED?
NESDAY, the si h day of March, proximo, between
the hours of io A. M. and 2 P. M.
feb2Q-mwf3 H. D. ALEXANDER, Cushier.
pS* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAY
INC claims against the Estate of the late
GEORGE H. IIOPPOOK will present the same,
duly attested, to P. GADSDEN BASE LL, Esq.,
Accommodation Wharf, and ail persons Indebted
to said Estate will make payment to him, or to
CAMPBELL-A SEABROOK, No. GO Broad street.
feb4-sw8 '. Administrator.
par NOTICE TO SHIPMASTERS AND
AG! NTS OF VESSELS.-On aud after this date
the rate for compressing Cotton, Including Dray
age to ves-:el,.wlll be sixty cents per bale.
TYLER COTTON PRE-S.
SHIP'S COTTON PRESS.
Charleston, February 20.1871._feb?o-6
pm* POISONOUS MEDICINES.-THE
theory that the virus or disease Can bc safely
counteracted by doses of poison ls false and dan?
gerous. Within the last twenty-five years not
less than a score of virulent poisons have been
added to the repository of the medical profession.
They arc given In small doses, otherwise they
wo-.dd destroy lire immediately: but cveu in
minute quantities, ihey produce, ultimately, very
disastrous edects. It ls unwise ami unphiiosoplii.
cal to employ, as remedie', powerful and Insidi?
ous drug.-, which, la subjugating one disease, sow
thc seeds or anuther s;lll more unmanageable.
None or these terrible medicaments operates with
as much directness and certainty upon the causes
or dis- ase as HOSTELER'S SI OMACH BITTERS,
a tonic and corrective, without a single yMetrri
Otts ingredient in its composition. Arsenic and
quiuia are g;ven fur iutermltteuts; bromide of
potasrlum for nervous disorders: strychnine and.
prussic acid for g?ueral debility; mercury, lu
various rorms, ror liver complaint: preparations
or chloroform and" opium ror sleeplessness; and
yet these deadly drugs do nit compare, as speci
Ocs fur the diseases above enumerated, with that
wholesome vegetable Invlgoraut aud alterative,
while they are all so pernicious that it is astonish?
ing any physician should take the responsibility
or prescribing them. Let invalids, ror their own
Hakes, try the Bitters before tuc-y resort to Mic
puisen-. The reiler they will experience from a
course or the harmless specific will render a re
cuurse to tho unsafe preparations referred to quite
pS* TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES
TON.- The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY would respectfully represent that their pre?
sent tlnancial condition compels them to make
an appeal to your well-known Ilseralliy and pub?
After live years' uninterrupted service onr appa
rams, worn and Injured by the faithful duty per?
formed, h:is been sent to the builders for repairs.
The pay from the city, having been greatly re?
duced. ls Inadequate to meet our current expenses
and pay the debt Incurred by the company forthe
necessary repairs now being made.
The following gentlemen have been appoints.!
to call on the cltlzeus for donations :
A. W. LEWIN, vice-President,
p. FINN, J. MCDOUGAL,
GEO. RELYEA, J. ROSIS,
C. MAHER, JAS. QUINN,
M. CAREY, M. KING.
By order of the Company.
R. S. BRUNS, President
J. S. WESTENDORFF, secretary.
I cheerfolly resoinmcud the appeal of the above
Company. . M. H. NATHAN,
jan-Jj_._Chief Fire Department.
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tu be the best In the world. Sold by Druggists
geuerally. J NO. C. BAKER ?CO., Philadelphia.
A full supply on hand by
Dr.. H. BAER,
lebG-inwfGmos_No. l"t Meeting street.
pS*THE PEOPLE HAYE BEEN SO
lucli Imposed upuu by several worthless Sirsa
pardlas, that we. are glad to We able to recom?
mend a preparation which can be depended on as
containing thc virtues ol' that invaluable medi?
cine, aud ls worthy or the public confidence. Dr.
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA cures when anything
can cure tho diseases that require aa alterative
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leaves the hair* c:ean. soft and beautiful. The
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gists. Factory No. 16 Bo:.d street, New York.
PS* NO MORE MERCURY FOR ME !
..Put them In the fl: e, my deaj," was thc advice ut
Mrs. McCarthy to her sou, a bilious and dyspeptic
youth, who had just brought home another box
or blue bills. "But what tm I U) take, then,
mother?" said he. "Get a bottie ot PLANTA?
TION BITTERS," she replied; ''I'll guarantee lt
does you good." He did so, and then another
and another. With the third bottle ail lils un?
pleasant symptoms vanished. In a letter to a
young Mend he relates thi3 nnecdo'.e, arid winds
up with : ''No more Mercury for an !"
SEA Moss FARINE from pure irish Mo3s, for
Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, Atc,
Ac The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
food in the world. fob20-mwf3D*c
pS* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils', and the propriety
or impropriety or getting Married, with eanilary
help for those who foe! untitled for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, la sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
T7?GILANTFIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
V For sale the first-class double brake Jeffers
ENGINE belonging to the Vim! mt Fire Enslue
Company. This Engine is .-o well kuown through?
out this city ami State that a description is un?
necessary. Apply to L. D. MOWRY,
President Vigilant Fire Engine Co..
DIS- Greenville Mountaineer, Y<rkviile, Enquir?
er, cheraw Democrat ?nd Anderron Intelligencer
will cudi copy once, and send bill as above.
FOR SALE. ONE FINE MILCH COW,
with vonna c If. v. ry genilo and accustomed
( . the tub. One saddle aud dr.tught. Mule.?in?
quire at No. 52 State street. feb2t'-mw2*
FOR SALE OR RENT, A. MOST DESIR
ABLE Rvsideuce in thc w< stern part or rhe
city containing seven sleeping rooms, drawing
room anti parlor, und two basemen's, all hand?
somely finished, with large lot and flue out?
buildings. Apply at Daily NEWS Ornee. .
JUST ARRIVED, AND FOR SALE LOW,
aprlrael'itof PLANTATION MULES; also a
few ?cod Draft and Saddle HORSES, at CHRIS?
TOPHER A ALEXANDER'S, No. 506 King street.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quaiitv, which arc offered
.heap. Cal! at No. 27 Q/iecn street, between
Meeting aud Church streets. fcbl4
TWO OR TRREE GENTLEMEN CAN
I o'-tuiii BOARD In a private family; rooms
fame and au-y, and pleasantly situated. Add ess.
C. D. G., City. . feb20-mw2*
iii cc ting s.
CAROLINA CHAPTER, No.fl, R. A IL
The Regular Convocation or .Carolina Chap-;
ter. No;i, R. A. M will te held at Masonic Hall,
THIS EVENING, at ; o'clock. Candidates for De?
grees Will take due nuilee and govern them?
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
PALMETTO LODGE,Na 1, KNIGHTS OF
PYTHIAS.-Regular Meeting To-NranT. at
lialf-pnst 7 o'cloeK. Candidates will please be In
waiting. By order or the \V. C.
feb22 J. H. KENDALL. P. C., R. S. pm tem.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-The Twenty-second Anni?
versary Meeting or your Company wt.l be held at
your Hall, Tins EVENING. 93d instant, at 7 o'clock.
Honorary and contributing Members are cordial?
ly invited to participate.
WM. CHAM BE it LA TN,
fch22_Secretary W. S. F. E. Co.
CINCINNATI.--THE REGULA Fl MEET?
ING or this Society will be held THIS EVE?
NINO. 22d instant, at Tully's, King street, athair
past 7 o'clock. JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
?cb22 . . Secretary.
WANTED, IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
or the Pavilion Hotel, a suitable Cfflce ror
a i'hvslclan. Apply at the office or the I'avlilon
Hotel, fr* Mr. li. HAMILTON. _ieb21-3?
WANTED. A COOK. APPLY TO A.
M. JACKSON, No. 39 Montague street.
TTTANTED, FOR THE PURPOSE OF
VV repairing property. $800. on unencumber?
ed real estate. A long and secure Investment,
with Roo.l Interest, ls offered. Address N , Key
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
liunsekeeper to an invalid or elderly lady, either
In Hie cltv or country. Salary not so much er an
object as" a comfortable home. Address M. 2.,
DAILY NEWS Office. jan24
??9i an?s JFounc.
STRAYED FROM No. 37 BULL STREET,
a Black Newfoundland DOG: had on n
leather collar. Five dollars reward will be paid
for au recovery._feb22-2?
STRAYED OR STOLEN, FROM THE
premises northeast corner Ball and Rutledge
streets, a dark brown 3CLL TERRIER, with a
white Mar on chest, white heavy Iront paws; an?
swers to the name or ..Dash." Any one returning
i he .same will be .suitably rewarded. feb22-2*
LOST. ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car Line, on the evening of the 3th, a palr
oi BROWN KID GLOVES, with Gold Glove Hut?
tons in theui. The nader wl l receive a suitable
reward by leaving the sam* at the corner ol Broad
ami Orange streets. . Iebl3
TO RENT, (i) FOUR ROOMS, OF AN
outbuilding situ ?t.- In the nonhwest ponlon
or the city. lt. M. MARSHALL & UKO., Real
Estate Brokers, Broad street._reb22-wf2
SEVERAL DESIRABLE ROOMS TO
RENT; also Gentlemen eau be accommoda?
ted with FurjiMicd Rooms, upon application at
No. 46 Beautuin street. fleb?M*
TO RENT, ONE OF THE MOST DE?
SIRABLE and commodious Residences on
i.ut'cdge avenue, lt. M. MARSHALL A BHO.,
Kcal Estate Brokers, Broad street. fcbl7-rmw3*
v JBemouale. _
NOTICE.-TH? "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Ne?? York, have
removed from No. lil Mt'etin* street to their
new office, No. 20 BltOAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
feb!3 General Agent.
tlc mar 5 G.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD,
ror any case of Blind, Bleeding, Itching or
Ulcerated PILES that BEIJING'S PIUS REMEDY
rails to cure, lt ls prepared expressly to cure the
Piles and nothing else, aud has cured cases or
over twenty rear's standing. So.d by ail Druggists.
Pries SI. GoolHtlCU, WISEMAN A CO., Agents,
No. 21 Haync street. feb22-wfnilmo
JtHE SOUTHERN LIFE
BOARD OP-Df RECTORS, -
General John B. Gordon, President, Atlanta, Qa.
General A. H. Colmiitt, Planter, Barker County,
A. Austell, Banker, Atlanta, Ca.
E. W. Holland, Atlanta, Ga.
J. H. eada way, Atlanta, Ga.
Hui. U. C Yancey, Athens, Ga.
B. J. Smith, Planter, Cuthbert, Ga.
ll. V. M. Ml 1er, Allanta. Ga.
General Wade campton; Columbia, S. C.
William Johnston. President c A S. C. R. E.,
Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. Pnlnlzv, commission Merchant, Angust?,
Robeut Thomas, Allions. Ga.
D. E. Butler. Commission Merchant. Augusta, Ga.
B. L. Willingham, ?'1 inter. Allendale, s. c.
IV. A. Caldwell. Greensboro'. N. C.
It. II. Cowan. Wilmington, N. c.
D. R. Murchison, Wiituingtna, N. c.
F. J. I'e zer, Charleston, a. C.
I), rt. Eowle. Raleigh, N. c.
General W. R. COX, Raleigh, N. C.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS,
R. C. Brinkley. President Memphis and Little
Rock Railroad. Memphis, Tenn.
F. M. White, President Mississippi and Tennessee
Railroad, Memphis. Tenn.
Amos Woodmir, Priaudeut Memphis and Ohio
Railroad. Memphis, Tenn.
F. t. D.ivK President First Na'l .nat Bank, Mem?
phis, Tea il.
D. ll. Townsend. Memphis, Tenn.
FL A. Partee, Cotton Kacor. Memphis, Tenn.
T. A. Nelson. Cou u Factor, Memphis, Tenn.
Uugll Torrence, Cotton Factor, Memphis, Tenn.
J. Weller, Ccntrnctor, Memphis, Tenn.
J. w. McCown Merchant, Mt-innhls, Tenn.
Charles Kortrecht,' Attorney at Law, Memphis,
C. W. Fraser, Attorney at Law, Memphis, Teun. ,
General Johu B. Gonion, Atlauta, Ga.
W. C. Ireland, Louisville. Ky.
W. H. Cherry, BatiKer, Memphis, Tenn.
T. A. NELSON, President. .
AMOS WOUDKUKF. First Vice-president.
F. M. WHITE, Second Vice-president.
LEN. MAT, secretary.
CHAS. T. PATTERSON. Assistant Secretary.
F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer.
Daf/w?rON, I General Agents,
PAID UP CAPITAL. $240,000
Income, per annum.tl000,030
Assets, January ist, nearly.l,2uo,000
S AMU KL Y. TUPPPER,
rebio-imo RESIDENT AGENT.
?nmbert incl, tee. .
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A ful" stock of WHITE PINE, from fi to 12 inches
thick, clear a;nl well seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry. Birch, Oak, Ash,
Poplar Hoards and flunks, Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahogany Veneers, Newels, Ba usters, all
Kinds of Mtraldtn?*, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, As,
The attention of bul'ders and others ls especial?
ly requested, that wc arc prepared to furnish the
above in any nnanttties with such prices that
compare favorably with New York rates.
I. H. HALL k 00.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
No. 34 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, SLATES, TIN,
BUILDING PAPER, Ac. \
Constantly on hand and for sale on tho most
Just received, an assortment of Sewer Pipe,
Chinkey Tops, Garden Vases, Ac, from the Long
Island pm i erv Works, and formale at manufactu?
rers' prices. E. M. GRWKE.
49- Postotllce Box 374. febU '
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 48 Broad street. ' jau24-lmo
GREAT DRAMATIC SEASON OF SIX NIGHTS.
Engagement and third appearance o? the World
MR. M C K E A N -B-rj-tr-H A ITA N
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 22, 1871,
Th? performance wiH consist- or the great master?
work of Shakespeare, the tragedy, In 5 acts, en?
HAMLET, PRINCE OF KENMARK.
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, MCKEAN BUCHANAN
GRAND MATINEE on-SATC?RDAY, the 25th inst.
Box ofilce open during the day from 0 A. M. to
5 P. M. for sale of reserved.seats:
Doora open at 7 P. M. Performance commence
nt s P. M. Admission as usual.-_feb22
?HICORA CORNET BAND FESTIVAL.
LOVERS OF MUSIO AND AMUSEMENTS, THIS
SURELY IS A TREAT.
The CHICORA CORNET BAND will give a
GRAND FESTIVAL, beginning on next MONDAY
EVENING, 27th Instant, at Military Hall, for live
successive nights or more, under the particular
supervision of the following committee, viz: ..
J. P. HOWARD, Chairman, FRED. 0. MARSHALL,
JAS. M. HOLLOWAY, WM. H. LOGAN,
SIDNEY C. ECKHARD, EWD. FORKS.
JNO. L. FOWLER.
The Committee, In behalf of the Band, will spare
no pains to se? that all arrangements shall be
conducted with perfect decorum and respect to
all. They, wl'l be assisted by the very gentlemanly
and courteous Floor Managers:
P. W. LEWIS, SAHL. E. GAILLLARD,
WM. TRESCOTT, E. C. TOOKER.'
ADMISSION, 25 cents; Children, 10 cents.
N. B.-Tickets can be had from either of the
Committee, at the following prices: Five for $1,
or 25 cents for a single ticket.
Doors open precisely at 7 P. M. and close at 12
o'clock at night. One hour for DANCING each
Pru ?oo?s, Sit.
1871 GREAT OPENING 1871
REDUCED PRICES !
Nos. 844 and 437 KING STREET.
TO SUIT THE DECREASE IN DUTIES MADE
by the Government, we have REDUCED OUR
PRICES ACCORDINGLY. *
loo pieces Black Alpacas, 20 per cent, lower than
1 case Irish Silk Poplins, new styles, 30 Inches
wide, only 90 cents, valued at SI 25
50 China Silk Dress Patterns, all shades and
colors, only $12, worth Sis
50 pieces Black Silks, at a great sacrifice
The greatest variety of Dress Goods In any
Southern market, at prices to suit the times.
'FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
8 cases of 44 FINE LONGCLOTH, only 10c,
formerly 12>?C "
4 cases oi 4-4 Flue Longcloth, only s 'ic, former?
10 cases of 4-4 Fine LongCloth, ouly 12J? to90o,
formerly 15 to 25c
3 ca-'es 104 Fine Sheeting, only 37tfc, formerly
2 cases 10 4 Browu Sheeting, only 37>ic former
. ly 50c
2 cases 45 In. Pillow-case Sheeting, only 17>ic,
.00 dozen. All-Linen, Huck Towels, $1 per dozen,
worth $1 25
500dczen, All-Linen, Damask Towels, $1 25 and
. $4, worth Si ?o aud $5 50
loo pieces ll Inch Diaper, $1 30, worth $1 00.
A large and well selected stock of TABLE DAM?
ASK.*, Crashes, Napkins and Doyllej, at corres?
pondingly low prices.,
RIBBON, GLOVE- AND HOSIERY DEPART?
The finest stock or RIBBONS ever brought to
tills market have been imported by our Firm,
which will be soli to milliners and consumers at
prices unprecedentedly low. We beg such to ex
amtue our Steck bs fore purchasing elsewhere.
100 ilozpn celebrated Vldette Kid Gloves, nt $1
per pair-each pair enarairtccd
Finest Chailey!s, Alexandre's, Felix's, and othei
celebrated Seamless Kid Gloves, ouly $1 75
doo dozen Kngll-h Hose, only $3 50 aud $4 pei
dozen, worth $u
Greatest selection of Hosiery In the city, Trots
$1 per dozcu up.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
WHITE GOODS -DEPARTMENT.
500 pieces Marselllos, rrom 20 to so cents, worth
30 to 75 cents
loo pieces Tarlatan; onlv 26 cents, worth 4C cents
sou pieces Swiss. Cambrics und Jaconets, from 15
to 60 cents, worth 20 to 75 cents.
FLRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A 00.
20 pieces 6 4 Fine Water proof Cloth, only SI,
worth Si 50
Men's and lily's Cassi meres, from 60 cents to $1
.leans from 15 cents up
Large variety or B.ack Cloths, Doeskins and
FCRCHG07T, BENEDICT A CO.
OILCLOTH AND RUGS,
At such prices as defy competition.
i U IA! 1U1/1 VA W WI J
oct31 No. 241 AND 437 KING STREET.
8nsiness CC ar os.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. "2 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, s. C.,
Will Practice in the State and Federal Courts.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thief Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER
I have resumed the manufacture cf BROOMS ai
Mount Pleasant and will dellve." them at th<
Ferry Wharf, In the City, as low as the sam<
qualities can be bought abroad. Dealers wli:
always Und a supply at Messrs. GEO. W. WIL
LIA MS A CO., Factors, and orders to me, Box No
451, will be promptly Oiled. HENRY s. TEW.
jD'ALL', BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 5b'5 and 567 BROADWAY/, NEW YORK
and SILVER WA RB
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRIOES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment or Leaf, Chewing
aud Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana aud Domestic Cigars imported ana
manuractured by WM. SCHRODER, who respect
fully Invites the attention of chewers and smokers,
aud traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, whleh lt
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ail orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. Dr, or at thirty days' city accept
jjggr?tfog Signors, gg.
? 0 S l?! Sc3 E N I
- 6000 bushels Prime WHITE COHN, now landing.
For sale In bags or bulk, by
feb22-2 T. TUPPER & SONS.
I^OR NJ^.C .agjti- CO BU 1 - ...
7000 bushels Prij?e.Wh,lte<X)RN, per Schooner
E. W. McColiey. Fer sale by
BTM. BUTLER k SON,
?feb22-l No. 7 Vendee Range.
TEAS! TEAS !
The attention of the GROCERY
public is called to GROCERY
the splendid os- GROCERY
sortaient of GROCSRY
now being retailed GROCERY
by us. GROCERY
They are fresh goods GROCERY
of One flavor, and GROCERY
GREEN TEAS, GROOERY
from 600. a pound GROCERY
and upwards. GROCERY
ENGLISH BREAKFAST, GROOERY
from 90c. a-pound GROCERY
and upwards. GROueRY
from 70C. a pound GROCERY
and upwards. GROCERY
" - GROCERY
We are now selling GROCERY
MORE TEAS and GROCERY
have a LARGER GROCERY
stock than any retail GROCERY
store in the city. . GROCERY
An lnepeotlon ls re- GROCERY
speotfully desired. GROCERY
-:o:~ GROCERY '
ALL OOOns . GROOERY
?.DELIVERED FREE-?? GROCERY
from the GROCERY
GROCERY HOUSE, GROCERY
ANSON ANO SOCIETY STS. GROCERY
ORN AND OATS
7000 bushels Prime White, Mixed and Yellow
1600 bushels Bla ck Seed Oats.
Landing from Schooner James Feldren.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
EED BICE FOR SALE.
'SOO bushels very pare SEED RICE for sale.
JAMES R. PRINGLE A SUN,
factors and Commission Merchants,
febiT-fmwe No. fl Adgetfs wharf.
Now on hand the following brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper A Co.'s HEIDSIEOK .
Chas. Heldsleck's-GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's PONSARDD?
Mpmm'3 VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer's DRY SIL LE RY
. G .-H. Mnmra's DRY VERZENAY
Bonche, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS
E. g. BEDFORD,
.Late Wm. S. Corwin k Co.,
No. 275 King stree'.
BOOB El MER
LIQUEUR DES BEXEDIGWNS
CB.EME DE ROSE
E. E. BEDFORD,
No. 275 King street.
REMEN LAG^B BEEB
E. E. BEDFORD,
No. 275 King street.
-250 bois. New Orleans MOLASSES
50 unis. New Orleans Sugar
100 boxes Havana Sugar
300 bags Rio Corree
500 pkjrs. Smoked and Dry Salted Bacon.
For sale low br
STEFFENS, WERNER k DUCKER.
JJOQUE TEIXEIRA MADEIRA
FINE OLD OPORTO
cruse k Fus Frere's CLARETS.
With the present low rate or gold, we can offer
these Wines at uncommonly low prices.
JOHN HURKAMP A GO.
?OAL AT $8 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. ENSL< >W k CO.,
reb2 No. 141 East Bay.
3600 packs Liverpool SALT, landing from Bark
Beltlste, direct rroni Liverpool. For sale by
feb8 . T. J. KERR A CO.
VERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, and for sale in
lots to amt purchasers by
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
Jau23 Central Wharf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMB1A" is In every respect a flrat-ciass Hotel,
unsurpassed by any in the State or the Unlteu
states, situated m the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table BUP
6lied with every delicacy of the season, both from
ew York and Charleston mar?eta, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will tn spared to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ts attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
bad at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrivai and leoartur* of
every Tram. WM. GORMAN.*
Proprietor and Superintendent.
I. li. BUDDS, Cashier. aprlf tvfm