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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
SATURDAY/, FEBRUARY 25, 1871.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York yesterday at ll J.
-Cotton was in good demand at Bul prices;
uplands 15>?c; sales 6000 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed quiet at noon quo?
tations- uplands 7&d; OUeans77?d; sales 12,000
bales. * . j. ' ?./
. -A colored caterer in New York lives in a
brown stone bouse, and is slid to be worth at
-Paris once more has theatrical amusements,
and strangely enough the most popular play just
now ls caUed the "Siege of Paris."
-One of Histories told of the Parla siege is,
that Baron' Rothschild, tiring or rat, vainly
offered $100 for a pheasant. He was forced to
take fifty sparrows Instead, (fora pot-pie,) at $2
-The Binghampton (N. Y.) Leader announce?
that Kuli off, the murderer, is engaged to write ex?
clusively fer lt until he ls hanged. A contempo?
rary that don't like the Leader's politics wants to
know if some of the other writers on that paper
are not engaged upon the same conditions.
-Some of the recent Indian outrages on the
Texas frontier are even more appalling than
those related by the early settlers, in Wise Coun?
ty, a few nights since, the redskins entered a
honse, murdered and scalped two women, and
slaughtered a iamuy of helpless children, with
horrid barbarities, in spite of the mother's pray?
-Scientists are indulging In puzzled specula?
tions over the "three stone heads" round Imbed
ded in the miocene or middle tertiary formatiou
near Mount Hood, Oregon, and which are declar?
ed to be older than the mountain, and to have
been uncovered by a mountain torrent 1500 feet
below the surface. They are of extinct races
ruminants, with tusks-and mus: have been allied
to the. camel, while au other ls or a much larger
-A curious diversity or opinion prevails among
the English royal family upon the subject of the
Franco-PrussUn war. The Queen and her eldest
daughter, the wire of the Crown Prince of Prus?
sia, side with the Prussians, while the Prince of
Wales and the Prlucess of Wales, the Princess
Helena, wU"o of Prince Christian, and the Duke of
Cambridge, the Queen's uncle, are equally friend?
ly to France. No stat?ment ls given as to the
views of Prince Alfred a-^d Prince Arthur. They,
? doubtless think lt's a "bl-wsted bloody piece or
business all 'round, you know !"
-There ls no end to the gossip furnished by thc
correspondents upon the snbject of the Marquis
of Lorne. It ls said that owiug to the necessity
that wUl compel him, afier his marriage, pracil
-cally to abaudon his career a ; a public mau, his
.father, the Duke of Argyle, regards the union as a
. misfortune. The Crown Prince of Pmssia was
much opposed to the marriage, as he had fi&d
upon a German Prince as a husband ror the Prlu?
cess Louise. But as lt ts, the Marquis of .Lorne.
wiU be enabled one day to say,*"My mother-in
law; the Queen, und my brother-in-law, the Em?
peror of Germany."
-The French relief committee of the New York
Chamber of Commerce, In order to make their
good workmen at the earliest possible motueot in
. France, ha? ejgabhshed an ^mvicanijbranch'
-committee at London, to whom they will tele?
graph money orders, and who will buy and ship
provisions with dispatch to the suffering nation.
Mr. Moran, charge d'affaires, at London, and
Messrs. J. S. Morgan, Hugh Mcculloch and Rus?
sell Sturgls, have consented to act in this capaci?
ty. On Monela}-, the uaambc,r, com mit tee .placid
to the credit dt>ther?m6rIoai^s>e!L?at Lj^dqn^
ten thousand pounds, with a suggestion that the
French agricultural districts be first relieved from
that fond. .
-Tbe Paris Droit tells a runny story abou t a
man who drove a fat horse and ? tain dog to
market one day daring the siege. He mee u
botcher who askedThim howmuch he'wouM take
for the horse, and to this' query che man ma ie re?
ply that he would sell aha horse and dr? toge m'a r
far IOQO francs. "Hut I don't want'j our'dog;
there is hardly a pound of meat on lus boues."
said the butcher. But the man wo?ldLonly sell
the two beasts together, and said, "I will sell the
-dog for 095 france." "Are you mad?" quoth the
butcher. "But^'L .continued the man, "I w?i
throw in thc boise forgive francs mo/e." Finally
tai butcher, who was sadly .ju need of mear^
bought the two aT the price asked, and departed.
But a policeman had .-cen the barter, and.thought
It suspicious; so he arrested the man, who ex?
plained matters by .saying that ha was.a servant
whose master had died, having commission' d
him to sell the horse ror thc benetit of the heirs,
while he had bequeathed to him his dog. This
was the reason of- hts refusal to sell the beasts
separately. The heirs, however, have sued him,
-for he gave them the 5 francs received fur the
horse, keeping the 995 fraucs tor hts own use.
-Mabel Grey has. died of contraption, and
ZiOndon m lases a celebrity better kuowu than ihe
thousands of virtuous and titled women who
passed her carriage oa Rotten Row wu h aven ed
heads, and whose appearance was us attractive
ito the multitude as mar. of the Princess Alc.xau
dra herself. Her portrait in the shop windows
claimed precedence of that of tbe Elsiop or Ox?
ford. She had a dozen Peers in lier train, at one
time was engaged to marry the heir of one of
England's oldest dukedoms, and numbered the
naughty Prince or Wales among her admirers.
For three or four years Mabel Grey has held un?
disputed sway as queen of the ?smt-mon?e, a
long reign for the sovereign of that unstable
kingdom. 1 he glory or the concert haU, the unap?
proachable deBy of all the cads of London, and
the ravonte affectation of thc golden yomh. How
well she played her part rs shown by the fatfi that
-only a liberal annuity sufficed to boy her off from
the pursuit of. 4 .voungand foolish nobleman or
nigh rank, whomad piomlsed to m.^rry ter. The :
.good mothers of London wiU feel easier now that
_ ?, & gsg
sheels finally removed from tue acene of i
wicked conquests, buttle poor to whom she V
as g?terons as If she had been virtuous, s
moreno, witt^be the only mourners or Ma
Grey.' . i ^
-The descriptions or the Washington Carnlv
as given by the specials of the New York pap?
tells a story oP'unsurpassed and unubjectlona
frivolity." The lowest estimate or the numbi
who thronged Pennsylvania avenue was 50,0
and the- decorations of the" buildings inclue
ever}" stitch of bunting in the district, togetl
with home-made flags, gay calicoes, Chinese li
terns, Ac There were several mile horse ra<
on the wood pavement; a goat race, Which set
the little boys and children in an uproar; a fi
race, at the end of which the winner fainted a
was carried into a dru* store, and a general i
hibition of team? rrom the six-in-hand or He!
bold down to th' butcher and dog carts. As I
corporation ord nance regarding rast driving h
been-suspended, there was a pretty lively ki<
ing up or dust. -Only that and nothing mo
The President sat on a hotel balcony mi
or the day, where he was serenaded eve
fifteen minutes by the Marine Band, boosted
en a temporary platform on the adjacent corn
At night the whole line was one flood of Hg:
calcium lanterns shot their rays, from the Caplt
down along the line and into the faces or at lei
a mlle of closely packed people, while the Ultu
nat?o i or the buildings was fringed with V
miles or variegated Chinese lanterns, stru
along wires. Additional horners on the stn
lamps added to the general blaze. At the tresse
end of the avenue there was a brilliant display
fireworks. The affair wound up with the r.rst
the three carnival balls, In the new Corcovan 1
Gallery building, which was the most bar.a som i
adorned ball-room ever seen in Wr.shlngtc
The floral decorations wound up the ttairwa:
eutwiued paintings and statuary, ur.d added
charm to the drapery. The F resid? nt, Gene
Sherman, two thirds of the navy in '.ll its glory
glittering unHorm and the dipl?male corp; ;
A Word of Warning.
We warn the members.ol' the Genet
Assembly who are selling their votes i
the Greenville Railroad Bill that i
stoue will be left unturned in the efl'c
to bring them to justice. Some of tl
bribers and the bribed are already kuow
and the rest will be ferreted oat. T.
Bill can only be passed by bribery. Tfe
is an indisputable fact, and it is d
manded of every honest man, in tl
Senate and House, to vote square
against the Bill.
The Greenville Bing have made t
unfortunate speculation, and, being c
the brink of ruin, ask the Stale to ste
in and relieve them of their load ac
convert their lose- into profit This
the plain English of the Bill.
We desire to see the Greenville road we
managed and in complete order, but tu
is the proper work of -the stockholders an
not of the State. That the existing Bin
cannot supply the money to pay off th
Coating debt, and rebuild the road, is onl
a good reason why they should make wa
for men who can and wilL
It is the duty of every honest and incoi
ruptible member of tho Legislature to vot
against the Bill. A strong and unite
effort, seconded by Governor Scott, wi]
kill the Bill in the Senate. In the mean
while, all honor to the sturdy few who ar
fighting the fraud in the House.
Pea\ e at Last !
A cable telegram announces that th
Treaty of Peace between France and Ger
many is signed at last. " We receive thi
tidings with heartfelt thankfulness. " Now
may the laurel-orowned Germans return U
the Fatherland, and forget, in the triumph!
of peace, the dearly-bought glories o? war
Now may distracted, torn and bleeding
France- gild her loins afresh, and direci
her splendid energies to the moral eleva
tion and physical improvement of her peo?
ple. Well may we pray that the Peace sc
hard to win maj- not be lightly broken!
A Dtwii Bunt View or tb? Tariff.
One of the most significant signs of thc
times is an address recently issued by forty
three of the most prominent woollen manu;
facturing houses, o? New England, in which
they protest against what they very justly
call "our preeeut partial, unjust and oppres?
sive system of tariff taxation.'' The pros?
perous capitalists who sign this appeal for
reform of the tariff are obliged to confess
that, although they have been educated in
a blind faith in the protectionist heresies,
the "stern logic of experience has compelled
"many of the sons of New England engaged
"in those industries supposed to be protect
"ed, to doubt the beaefits conferred by the
"system." But the reader must not sup?
pose that by this experience is meant any of
that gained by the consumers who purchase
New England woollens at prices, much
higher than those at which English, French
or German goods of like quality could be
imported. These manufacturers endure the
sufieriugs of their customers with exemplary
fortitude and resignation. But what ajarms
them is the discovery, which they might
have learned, however, from any respecta?
ble writer ou political economy, -from Adam
Smith dowu, that protection enhances the
cost4 to them of what they have to buy in
order to manufacture their goods. They
are compelled to^ pay duties, in some in?
stances amounting to one hundred and Un
per cent, upon the raw materials they im?
port, while they are protected in tbeir own
finished products by a duty disproportion?
ately low. They are especially disgusted at
Ihe tariff monopoly of coal for the protec?
tion bf the Pennsylvania strikers, and which
they dolefully and truthfully assert lo bear
heavily upon all our manufacturers as well
as upon our whole population, demanding;!
from them an annual tribute of millions of*
dollars-a thing "totally without excuse or
"palliation." They accordingly call upon
the manufacturers aud people of New Eng?
land to exert their well-known formidable
talents for' agitation in favor, uot of dimin?
ishing th,;ir own tariff protection, but of
giviug them their raw materials free. In
return they offer to "afford to manufacture
"their goods under alew revenue duty." As
these manufacti?t ors include among the arti?
cles they wish to import free, wool, coul,
iron, steel xnd salt, the duties ou which
are, as they complain, "oppressions which
"abstract millions of. dollars annually from
"the profits ofatheir.jroductifB labor,?- they
prom isa, ia " the 3hapeof pattial tarffiT re?
form, an enti?Hng wedge, sufficient, if prop?
erly driven io, to split in twain the tariff
Upas tree which is poisoning the business
atmosphere of the whole country. We
therefore welcome their effort.
Th? Southern Pacific Railroad.
This great project, so important to the
future of tbe South, seems likely, at last, to
become an accomplished fact. Tbe national
House of Representatives which has hitherto,
during this session, rejected every bill in?
volving a grant of the public land, on Tues?
day last passed the Southern Pacific Rail?
road bill, in an amended form, by a very
decisive vote. The amendment strikes from
the bill all the proposed branches of the
road, and leaves it to provide for a straight
overland line from El Paso, in Texas, to San
Diego, in California. The easy passage of
the bill, as indicated in the debate, was due
to the conviction on the part of representa?
tives that the South, in sheer justice, ought
to have an overland road, Congress having
already authorized the building of the North?
ern and Central overland roads. It was for
this reason alone that some of the Demo?
cratic and Republican opponents of. farther
land grauts voted for this bill. The land
grant is ten alternate sections for every mile
on each side of the road in California (there
being no land grant in Ti except from
that State,) and twenty alternate sections to
the mile on each side of the road in the ter?
ritories of New Mexico and Arizona, making
a grant of about twenty millions of acres of
public land. This is the same as was given
to the Union and Central Pacific roads.
There is little doubt of the ultimate concur?
rence of the Senate in the measure; and- it
is announced that as soon as the bill shall
have become a law, work upon tho road will
be vigorously begun.
GOTJEN- GOTJEN.-On Tuesday evening, Feb?
ruary 21, by the Rev. Mr. L Maller, nt the
residence or p. W. Ooijen, Mr. D. W. (JOTJEN to
Mis. A. G. OOTJEN, both ol (his city. No cards. *
. j?- EA GL E ST E?MTIRE ENG i NE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned to attend
the funeral of your late brother, W. J. THOMPSON,
from his late residence, No. 1 Line street, THIS
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, in citizens' dress. By
order of the president.
_feb?_ARTHUR M. COHEN, Secretary.
LEE.-Died in Summerville, February 24th,
1871, of typhoid fever, GEORGE LEE. Jr.. second
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, aged three years,
ten months and two days.
pS~TEE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES are respectfully invited to attend his Fu?
neral Services, at Summerville, TO-MORKOW (Son
day) at io o'clock. fee25-*
Special Notices. .
ps* CHARLESTON FEBRUARY 25,
1871.-At a 8peclai.Meetlng of the Prudence Fire
Company, held last evening, lt was resolved
thatT. W. BROWN ls no lodger President or
member of the Prudence Fire Company.
(Signed,) ' " TJtL. BROWN,
Presiden?Trudcnce Fire Company.
J. FERVES, Yice-President.
feb25-l*_T.W. GIBSON. Secretary.
^PEDESTRIANS, OLD AND YOUNG,
call at EDWARD DALY'S, No. 121 Meeting street,
and purchase a pair of his Hand-fitted and Sewed
Jedot Calfskin BOOTS,* Brogans, Gaiters, Prince
Albert's, Oxford or Union Ties.
Lerens's Calf Front Brogans" and Balmorals,
Waterproof; Trarr&atad LO fit. and create no ooma
feb23 3 _No. 121 Meeting street.
. ps* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS . HAV?
ING claims against the Estate of the late
GEORGE H. 1IOPPOCK wJll present the same,
daly attested, IO P. GADSDEN H ASE LL, Esq.,
? Accommodation Wharf, and ail persons indebted
to said Estate will make payment to him, or *o
CAMPBELL k SEABROOK, No 60 Broad street.
fcbi-swS ' Administrator.
PS* CITY TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE OF
C1TT APPRAISER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON'.
S. C., FEBRUARY 21ST, 187L-Notlcc ls hereby
given to all. concerned that -RETURNS for all
REAL AND PERSONAL PKOPERTY, within the
llmltB of the City of Charleston, shall be made
and dcRvercd at this oillce on or before the
twenty-first day of March, 1871, for the year com?
mencing on the first day of January, 1S71, veri?
fied by oath, of the person wliose duty it U to so
list or return said property possessed by him, or
nuder his control, cither as owner, agent, parent,
husband, guardian, executor, administrator, trus?
tee, receiver, onlcer, partner, factor, or holder,
with thc VALUE of such PEUSONAL property so
held or control .ed.
Hy SccUon 51 of Act No. 22, of thc Legislature
of 186S, approved September 15th, providing Tor
the assessment and taxation of property," which
act was extended, so far as applicable, to the City
or Charlestou, by an act of the L'glslature, passed
March 1st, 1870, lt is made the duty of (he City
i Appraiser to add fifty percent, and one dollar as
i penalty for failure or ueglect to make returns of
j property within the time given so to do, and must
The following must be returns for taxation OS
Personal Property, viz:
j Horses and Mules.
Gold antLSitver Watches7.
Gold and Silver Plate.
Piano Forces, Meiodeoas, or Cabinet Organs.
Carts or other vehicles.
Average value or Goods, Merchandise, or other
commodities pertaining to business as merchant,
agent or oiherwise, between Hie fl;st days of Jan?
uary, 1870, and 1871.
Average value or all Materials used or provided
for use In business as a ?nauiuacurer or other?
wise, betweeu tue llr?t-days of January, 1S70, and
Value of all Machinery j Engines, TOJ1-L Fixtures
and Implements used or provided, and or all man?
ufactured articles on hand on January Vs", 1871.
Value of Moneys, including Ba k Bills and Cir
culuilog Noies on hand or deposit.
Value of all Credl s over legal indebtedness.
Value of ail Luveatm-.-uis lu the Bonds ur ?stocks
of any company, cor; oraii; n or person, in or out
of this city (.-xcapt Nationtl Hanks out of thia
city,) and of the grogs' receipts of Insurance
Agencies Lp^moncy and notes, bctweea the first
days of January, 1670, and IS71, namely:
Value of ai other Personal Property, laclndlug
febi>2-i?no P. J. COOOAN. Qj-y Appraiser.
ps* PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones, Ulackworms or Grubs. Pimply Erup?
tions and blotched dlstlguiatlouson the Face use
PERRY'S OOMEDONE, AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond street, New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale by DCWIE,
MOISE A OAVIS, Charlestou, S. C.
pS* DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
i; no patent medicine humbug gocen up to dupe
the Ignorant and credulous, but ls a perfect Spe
citlc for Nasal Catarrh, ?Cold in thc Head," aod
kindred diseases. The proprietor, K. V. PIERCE,
M. D., of Buffalo, N. Y., oir-rs $500 for acuse he
cannot cure. Sold by druggists, or sent by muU
ror sixty cents. A pamphlet free.
THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN?
ING, at half-past .19 o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets. Services by the Rev. W. B. TATES,
DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphans' Chapel, on SABBATH
AFTERNOON', at half-past 3 o'clock, by Bishop
pa- SPRING STREET CHURCH.
Rev. T. E. W A NNAMAKER -will preach In the
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock. Tne Exercises
of the Sunday-school will be held In the AFTER
NOON. The third seimon In the series on the
"Evidences or Christianity" win be preached by
the paswr In the EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Subject: "The Divine Origin or Christianity
Proven from History."_fei>25
pa-ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
The Rev. Bishop W. M. WIGHTMAN, D. D., will
p?rorai Divine Service in this Church TO-MOHROW
MORNING, at hair-past io o'clock. Sunday School
In the AFTERNOON, at hair past 3 o'clock. fet>25
pa- UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE
Service will be held In this Church TO-MORROW
MORNING, at-halfpast 10 o'clock, and In the EVEN?
ING at a quarter-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. R. P.
CUTLER officiating. All strangers are cordially
invited to attend. Subject for the evening dis?
course, "The Progress or the World under the
Power or the Gospel."_ fejgfi
^rJEBRYBOTD.WJCO WAS RECENT?
LY with INGLIS, begs leave to Inform his friends
and customers that he is working at MIKELL'S,
in Broad street._ feb2M?
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, rrom Baltimore, are hereby noti?
ced that Bhe is THIS DAY discharging cargo at
Pier No. l, Ualon Wharves. All goods not taken
away at sunset will remain on wharr at con?
signees' risk. MORDECAI ? CO., Agents.
?Sf BURNING AND SHAKING.-BY A
ridiculous misapplication or language, invalids
are sometimes said to "enjoy very puor health."
but it is not tn record that any human bel?g was
ever spoken or as enjoying chilla and lever. And
yet there are thousands, at this moment in ono or
the o;her ol thc two stages' of the disorder, who
|.might just as well have avoided lt as not. If
there ls anything demonstrable iu therapeutics,
it is that UOiTETTER'S S'OMACH BITTERS ls
au antidote to intermittent revers. No Instance
can be cited In which lt has been taken, either as
a salt-guard against this class or diseases or as a
reme ly ror them, and failed to produce the de
?ired effect The season when malarious levers
arc rile has commenced, and no Inhabitant ul any
district Bubject tu their visitations should be with?
out this great preventive and remedy. Indeed, lt
ls a most potent protection against all the ail?
ments which prevail In the spring-months. From
marsh and pool, and from ail moist solis are now
rising the mephltlc elements which give birth to
lever, Indigestion, biliousness, colics aud a whole
host or epidemic and other maladies. Aid the
system to resist them. Energize aud regulate all
the animal function? with this reinforcing ageut.
This precaution is as necessary In cities as In new
settlements, ror malarious fevers are now almost
as common tu the great eentres of population as
on the borders of the southern bayou? aud
marshes and the rich agricultural regions ol the
Weit. The preventive and remedy ls accessible
to ali. Wno will bc unwUe enough to brave reck
leasly the danger lt would avert 7 dec25-6p,tc
pa- NATIONAL SAVING3 BANK.
CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
UNITED STATES-DEPOSITS OVER $2,250,000
CHARLESTON BRANCH No. 74 BROAD STREE P.
-Deposits made ou or before March 20th will
draw interest from March 1st.
Interest paid or Compounded March, July and
Deposits ol $50, and upwards, draws Interest
Deposits can be withdrawn, without notice,
I during Banking honrs, rrom 9 A. M., to 2 P. M.
Open Saturday nights rrom ? to 8, to receive
Deposits only. NATHAN RITTER,
pSf NOTICE TO SHIPMASTERS AND
AG y NTS OF VESSELS.-On and after this date
the rate Tor compressing Cotton, Including Dray
age to vessel, will be sixty cents per bale.
TYLER COTTON PRE>S.
SHIP'S COTTON .PRESS.
Charleston, February 20. 1S71._febJO-e
pSf STONO PHOSPHATE COMPANY.
The Company being now ready to boglri opera?
tions, and to lill orders, the Board of Directors
have directed lhat the Ninth and Tenth INSTAL?
MENTS or ten per cent, each be called In.
Subscribers are hereby notified that these in?
stalments must be paid on or before 1st March
next. * J. D. AIKEN,
febl8-stuUi4ml_ Treasurer S. P. C.
"pa- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pc taming to the GENITO
URINARY O ROANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, oitlce No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors rrom the Postomcc.
pa- GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
lor Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, willi sanitary
help for those who reel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent Tree, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
A COLD SEEMS A SMALL AF?
FAIR.-Most people neglect it. Who minds it ?
Vet a cold may tura to consumption, and then
fallows almost certain death. Take a cold in
time, then.that is.takeDr. D. JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT, the well-known standard remedy ror
Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all Pulmonary Complaints, and your Cold will
disappear, as well as all apprehension or clanger.
Sold by all Druggists. For sale by GOODRICH,
WIN EMA M A- CO . Charle-ton, S. C. feb23-il)8t'u3
pa- BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use of all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. ?NO..O. BAKER * CO.. Phliadel.
A full supply on hand by
DR. H. BARR,
reb7-tuths?mos No. 131 Meeting street.
&Tcmsjmpers, iilngo>mes, &t.
JJ URAL CAROLINIAN.
High Parmmg Without Manure, E. M. Pendle?
ton; Expe-iments arith F?rtil zers, E. H. Smith;
Practical Experience ta i lanting. S. W. Evaus;
Common Sense applied to Farming, Hobkirk; Ex?
perte ce with turnip--, R. Ciu-olra; Is the South a
Stock Country? D. W. Aiken; Nut Bcarlug Trees
o? the South, s. K. Buckley.
.'.nd numerous other articles anil much valua?
Subscription, $2 per aumin:.
feOl Chai leaton, S. C.
& P. COATS'
W.? have In Stock and will always keep an as
Biirtment or COATS' THREAD for sale nt .New
York trade prices. JOHN G. MILMOR A CO..
febll at.ut:i?in..s No. I3? Meeting street.
jpgeing? Ut. _____
SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
. net-- FUGNCH DYE HOUSE tia* beea opcueu
at'?o. 333 Kimi street, wa?rt? DYEING in all col?
ors. and cieaaing of all kiuds lu done a: Hu?
sh, rrent notice and la che. bot s?jje.
L BILLEN, French Dyer,
No. 3i-9 King street,' near corner Ueorge street,
If ANDMARfe LODGE, Nol|i6, A. ?F. ML
JU An Extra Commun!- a' ion or thlsXodge will
be?eld at Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING, at nalf
past 7 o'clock. Members will take dae notice,
and govern themselves accordingly. Candidates
for the M. M. Degree will be punctual.
B-v order of the Wv M.
febgj T. PISCKNEY LOWNDES, secretary.
UNION, No. 43.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Union THIS (Saturday) EVENING,
24th Instant, at Hibernian Hall, at half-past 7
o'clock. JAMES h. SiMS, Secretary.
Die Mitglieder sind eingeladen sich heute
Abend um 8K uhr. zn einer Extra Versammlung,
lndernenen Halle einzufinden, fur den Zweck
der Berathung einer Frledensfeler.
Die Pr?sidenten samrosllcber Deutschen Gesell?
schaften sind ebenfalls freundlich eingeladeu,
s ch heute Abend lin Locale des Freundschafts?
bande?, zur Berathung einzufinden.
Ira Auftrag des Pr?sidenten.
feh25-l_J. M. PETERSEN, Secretary.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of the BURNS CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
will beheld at Kroeg's Hall, Wentworth street,
THIS EVENINO, at 8 o'clock.
STUART SOMERVILLE. ,
feb25 Secretary and Treasurer.
The One hundred and Ninth Anniversary Meet?
ing of the Society will beheld on WEDNESDAY,
March 8th ensuing, at Masonic Hali, at 12M.
'An Election for Officers-will take place between
the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock, and the usual busi?
ness transacted. CAMPBELL DOUGLAS,
WANTED, A GIRL, 12 OR 14 YEARS
old, to wait about house. Apply at this
W- ANTED? A GIRL ABOUT TWELVE
or fourteen to do housework. Good re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 33 Rut
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
make herself generally useful. Apply al
No. 225 Uomlug street. _feb?3
WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN OF
liberal education, a graduate of the South
Ourolion college, competent to. teach English,
Latin. Greek und French, desires a situation us
Principal or Assistant, in a School In any part-or
the?tate. Best references given. Address "R,"
Posimilce Key Box No. 17. OJluuibia, S. C. '
YTTANTEP, A COMPETENT SAWYER,
TV for a circular saw-mill. Applv at the
Charleston Steam Saw and Planin; Mill, west
end Beaufaln aud Wentworth streets.
T~ BOOKKEPPER, WITH EXPERIENCE
A. and a fair know edge of business, desires
employment for two or more hours, dally. Apnly
at ?iis office. _feb23-tlisi
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situ?t lou as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
In i he city or country. Salary uot so much of an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. z.,
DAILY NEWS Offlcei jan24
Cost ano Sattt?t._
LOST, ON CHURCH, KING, OR ARCH?
DALE streets, a Black Pur Cape. A reward
will be given if left at No. 6 Church street.
liSUPPOSED TO BE STOLEN.-TAKEN
I IO rrom a colored boy, on Wednesday evening,
turee SHAWLS, which the owner can have by
proving tne same and paying for this advertise
ment. Apply at Ko. 130 King street. feh26-3?
FOUND, A BUNCH OF KEYS, ON TH?
afternoon of the 24th instant, which the
owner may have by paying expenses. Apply ut
THE NEWS offley._feb25-l
LOST, ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car Line, on the evening of thc 9th, a pall?
or HKOSVN KID GLOVES, with Gold Glove But?
ions in them. The finder will receive a suitable
reward by leaving the same at the corner of Broad
and Orange streets. febl3
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS, PLEASANTLY
situate I, with kitchen accommodations. Ap?
ply at No. 30 Church street, second door south of
Flrst-Baptast Church. febiM-tutlisii*
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY KRIOK HOUSE, No. 4 Trnmbo's
Court. Good water and otlier accommodations
on the premises'. Apply at No. 1 Hayne street.
NOTICE.-TH 6 ''EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSTJItANCKSOClETY.?,of Ne?? York, have
removed from N'o. Ul ?faettnv street to their
uew o?ice, No. 20 SUDAD STREET".
WM. B. SHAW,
ftbia Geueral Agent.
?pASHIONA-DLE YOUNli GENTS !
. ABE YOB ACQUAINTED WITH
ED. DALY, No. 121 MEETING -STREET?
ir not. you should be so at once, .and procure
from him a pair of his AMERICAN PATENTED
THE SHOE OF THE FUTURE.
Comfortable. Sf. Ilsa, Genteel and Graceful. Suited
foe the pedestrian or tue ball-room.
Sola at EDWARD DALY'S,
feb233_No. 121 Meeting street.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, uf good quality, which are offered
. heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting and Church streets. feb!4
Cumber, Sud, &z.
Lumber or ai: sizes and descriptions, sawed and
delivered at Ciiarieston. or any point on the South
Carolina Railroad. Ordf-rs addressed to
THOS. S. BROWSING,
Jan26-th?tnlm? li Station. S. C. Railroad.
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock of WHITE PINE, from % to 12 luches
Hick, clear and well seasoned.
Mahoganv, Walnut. Cherry, Birch, Oak, A-h,
Poplar Boards and Plauks, Ros-.-wond,. Walnut
and Mah i ig my Veneers, Newels, Balusters, all
kinds of M.-mtd mrs, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Ac.
The attention of builders und others ls especial?
ly requested, that we are prepared to furnish the
above In any quantities with suoh prices that
compare favorably with New York rates.
I. H. HALL A CO.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
TD U ILDE RS' DEPOT,
NO. 94 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTHR, SLATES, TIN.
BUILDING PAPER, ?C.
Constantly on l aud and for sale on lae most
Ju? received, :in assortment of Sewer Pipe,
CMmnRV Tons, Garden Vases, ?c.. from thc Lo:i?.'
Maud P.itte y Wo- ks, ami for sale ar, manufactu?
rers'prices. . E. M. GRIM (CE;
tar Po?td(Kce Box sn. . febis
57 C A U P.E N T E R . '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 7 2 BK o AD STREET.
Charleston, S. C.,
Will Practice in the State '-ntl Federal Courts.
g ALL, BLACK 4 CO.,
Nos. 5G5 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YO BK,
Of the best quality and at LOWEsT PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
.? i ^tnt^emgnts.
^ p A D ?:M?T OF MUSIC.
"GREAT DRAMATIC SEASON OF SIX NIGHTS.
Engagement and sixth appearance or the World
MR. MCKEAN BUCHANAN.
- SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRGARY 25.
GRAND MATINEE, AT 1 O'CLOCK,
Admission SO cents; Children 25 cents.
. Doors opea at 12 o'clock.
When will be presented the beautiful romantic
Lore Story, In 4 Acts, co citied
THIS EVENINGT?T 8 O'CLOCK,
The performance will commence with the Grand
Indian Drama, entitled
NICK OF THE WOODS.
To conclude with the great'Temperance Drama,
DJ 6 Acts, by J. S. Arthur, entitled
TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM.
Sample Swltchell, (bis great character,) E. W.
RAND BAL MASQUE.
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1871.
Tickets may bo had or the
SENIOR MANAGERS. .
A. FALK, PHILIP WINEHAN,
S. s. SOLOMONS, D. JACOBS, '
J. N, NATHANS, N. H. VALBLTIKB,
N. LtcriN, SB., LOUIS COHEN,
G. HOFFMAN, ASHER D. COHEN,
H. H. DELEON, A. H. ABRAHAMS,
JOSEPH L. TOBIAS, L. WEESBOFF,
J. APPLE, D. BENTSCHNBR.
B. SPRINZ. B. RIOS,
J. H. LOBB, EUGENE MANTODB,
H. GRINCH, M. TRIEST,
JULIOS L. MOSES, J. LIEBMAN,
A. R. LEWITH, J. WBRTHBIM,
M. FURGHGOTT, LEWIS ELIAS.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
A. A. GOLDSMITH, A. PALE, LEH. PUTZEL.
QHICORA. CORNET BAND FESTIVAL
LOVERS OF MUSIC AND AMUSEMENTS, THIS
SURELY IS A TREAT.
The CHICORA CORNET BAND will give a
GRAND FESTIVAL, beginning ou next MONDAY
EVENING, 27th instant, at Military Hall, for five
successive nights or more, under the particular
supervision or the iollowlng 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 t tie Band, will spare
no pains to see that all arrangements shall be
conducted with perfect decorum and respect to
all. They wi'l be assisted by the very gentlemanly
and courteous Floor Managers:
P. W. Lr.wis; SAHL. E. GAILLIARD,
WM. TRKSCOTT, E. C. TUCKER.
ADMISSION, 25 cents; Children, 10 cents. -
N. B.-Tickets can be had from either or the
Committee, at the roi owing 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
rjIHE BEST AND THE CHEAPBST, .
WAGONER & NIATHEWE8
IMPROVED BICE DRILL.
Price reduced to.$103
The first premium was awarded to this DRILL
by a committee ol practical planters at the South
Carolina Institute Fake, tn Charlton, and again
at the State Fair in Columbia,
NOVEMBER, 1570. '
MONROE'S ROTARY HARROWS.$22,24,28 50
NISH WITZ PULVERIZING HARROW.$30
For sale at above prices, by
J. E. A?CER & CO.,
No. 02 East Bay,
reb2;-stuth0 Charleston, S. C.
?coceries, fi-iquors, $Pz.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
ARE RFCEIYING AND HAVE IN STORE :
500 haps Ri-;, Laguayra and Java COFFEE
100 hlids. Porto Rico, Muscovado nud N. 0.
400 bbln. R"tlned Sugars *
250 hhdfl. Mu-covp.do, Cuba Clayed and Reboil?
ed Mr.la'ses #
203 bbl.-. Golden, Amber Drip and N. 0. Syrup
1000 kegs Parker Mids Nails.
ORANGE RIFLE POWDER, Shot, Caps, Candy,
Spices, Teas, Crackers, Soda. Star Candles, Bat
Soaps, Oystern, sardines, Axle Grease. Grind?
stones, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Vinegar,
Rice, Wooden Ware, Ac, Ac. febll-stuthia
JpiLOUR, SIDES, SHOULBERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AC.
JEFFORDS 4 CO.,
Nos. 17 and lol VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 bhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hilda. Prime Smoked Shonlders
io tierces Choree S. C. Hams
10 tierces Pure Lear Lard
25 bbls. Heavy-City Mess Pork
20,000 pouuds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
100 sat ks Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Refined Sugars
100 cases 2 and 3 tb. Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fresh Peaches
ioo cases, 1 and 2 Bi, Fresh Oysters,
JJANNIS'S ACME RTE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS A CO.. or Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve on the qualities of their
WHISKIES, can lay claim tu producing some o?
' 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. oiler the
celeorated Acme brands or CABINET, NECTAR,
XX XX, XXX, XX anti X. through us, as their sole
agents ror this city and the Stat? o: South Caro?
lina, ac the most advantageous pri?es aud terms.
CLACIUS A WITTS. No. 130 East Bay.
50 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE
. ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
TT & H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PCRE OLD
In order to racllltate the supply or our PURE
OLD MO.VO-XGAUELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at the South, we
nave appointed Messrs. H. OBRD S & CO. our
Agent-?, wno, by this arrangement, are enabled to
supidy ihe trade at prices walch will insure satis?
faction. H. A H. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to inform their
customers a-'d i he trade generativ tnat thar have
still a r-w barrels of the Messrs. OATHERWOOD'S
FINE OLD .MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which Ma - had the benefit ol a southern summer's
heat. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels or various grades, ut reduced prices.
H. GERDTS A GO..
dec20-tuths3mos_No 196 East Bay.
piSE S. L COTTON SEED FOR SALE.
75 bushels "PREMIUM," (Crop or 1870, sold at
$125 per pound.)
- bushels '-Albion," (Crop of 1870, sold at $1 uer
- bushels "Champion" Crop, and select.
Apply to GAILLARO ? MINOTT,
feb9 tiistu_. VahderhnrsL's Wharf.
J^E W O RLE ANS MO LAbS SS, S CGAR, ftc.
250 bbls. New Orleans MOLASSES
so nh is. New Orleans Suuar
loo 'boxes Havana Sugar
300 bags Rio coifee
500 pkg?. Smoked and Dry Saited Bacon.
For sale low by
. STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
MET' O OBI A ft CO.,
/ NO. 26 VENDUE RANGE,
Offer for sale, at lowest market rates:
20 htids, Prime O. R. SInES
. -2*- hhds. Prime Shoulders
20 boxes Prime 0. R. D. S. Pides?
20 boxes Prime D. S. Shoulders.
10 boxes Breasts and-STC. Strips
20 tlerceB Cholee?.*!. Ham?.
10 hhds. BrfetinBP SHOULDERS
3 hh'da. Oood Hams.
100 boxes Cheese
., 60 bois. Cuba Molasses -
? i 100 bbl?. Choice New orleans Molasses
75 bbls. ReCQed and D- merara Sugars
Tea, Correa Cand es, Soap and Tobacco. '
QLTEAP HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
DavU's Diamond Brand MAMS at 20 cents per
New Torie Pig Sams, unbagged, atrio cents per
Pig Shoulders, small, at 16 cents per pound.
All warranted strictly choice. For sale by
. W. H. WELCH,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
All Goods delivered tree of oharge. febaj
ASTERN H A 7
700 bales Prune Eastern HAT.
In lots to suit purchasers. For sale by ?
reb24-3 T. TUPPER A SONS.
EAS! TEAS! TEAS!
The attention or the . GROOERY
public ls called to GROCERY
the splendid as- GROCERY
. "sortmentof GROCERY
.... . GROCERY
now being retailed GROCE RY
by us, GROCERY*!
They are fresh goods GROCERY
of fine flavor, and GROCERY
GREEN TEAS, GROCERY
from-60C a pound GROCERY
and upwards. GROCERY
ENGLISH BREAKFAST, GROCERY
. from 90C a pound GROCERY
and upwards. GROCERY
from 70C. a pound GKOCERY
. . GROCERY
and upwards. GROCERY
We are now selling GROCERY
MORE TE A S and GROCERY
have a LARGER' GROOERY
stock than any retail GROCERY
store In the city. GROCERY
An inspection ls re- GROCERY
spectrally desired/ GROCERY
_L_:0:- * GROCERY
ALL?G oo ii fi GROCERY
^DELIVERED FREE-?? GROOERY
from the GROCERY
. . GROCERY
GROCERY HOUSE, GROOERY
ANSON AND BOC?ETT STB. GROCERY
J^IVEBPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, and for sale In
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A 00.,
J an 28 _Central Whart.
J. IVBBPO 0;L SALT.
3(ioo sacks Liverpool SALT, landing rrom Bark
Beltlste, direct from Liverpool. For sale by
feb8_T. J. KERR A CO.
Now on hand the following brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper A Co.'a HEIDSIE?K
Chas. Heldsleck's-GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's P?NSf.EDL't
Mumm's VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer'e DRY SILLERY
G. H. Mumm's DRY VERZENAY
Bouche, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Oo.,
J anil . No. 276 Klag street.
PAR KLIN G MOSELLE
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
. PARFAIT AMOUR
CREME DE ROSE
NO i EAUX
. E. E. BEDFORD,
janll No. 275 King street.
REMEN LAGEB BEER
E. E. BEDFORD,
janll No. 276 King street.
iUrngs, (Erjcmiralo, &c.
rJIHE GREAT LUNG BEMEDT !
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Gores permanently Bronchitis, Asthma. Coughs.
Colds, Bleeding of the Luugs, Croup, Whooping
Cough and Consumption, when taken in time.
Has never failed.
OVBRTWENT? THOUSAND LIVING WITNESSES
to bear testimony to the great superiority of
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH si RUP over ail other
lung remedies introduced.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls warranted not to
coutain opium or other nauseous drugs lu any of
Globe Flower Cough Syrup is legally warranted
to cure 1
Globe Flower Cough Syrup Is protected by
letters patent, both ou trade mark label and com?
pound. It ls pleasant to the taste and harm lesa
to the most delicate inTaut.
For sale by Druggists. Price $1 per bottle.
PEMBERTON, TAYLOR A CO.,
Proprietors and demists, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWELL GA., A^rll 23,1870.
Mesara. Pemberton, Taylor <C Co:
DEAR SIRS-l received the bottle oi Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and began the
use of lt immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable ulght than she has for three
months, and nowy^at 10 o'clock A. iL. says she
reels like another woman. I ttiteud to continue
the use or the Globe Flower Syrup, believing lt
will make a cure. Never have 1 witnessed saco,
great benefit irom a remedy, In so -hort a time, ia
my life. I shall lu the iuture n.-c your Globe
Flower syrup tn all cases*<-r enids, coughs, and
all affections of the lungs tbac may present taern
R. B. ANDERSON, M. D.
For sale by all Druggists, }
GOODR1UH, WI NEMAN' A CO.,
dec7-tuths3mos Charleston, S. C.