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SATURDAY. MARCH 2G, 1S70.
NEWS OF THE HAT.
-Tn New York yesterday gold closed weak
-Cotton closed steady, with sales of 2100
bales at 22 j cents.
-No closing cotton quotations were received
last night from Liverpool.
-Cotton speculators have sunk $300,000 in
.-Columbus, Ga., this season.
-iiorthern capitalists arc prospecting in
Selma, Ala., for profitable investments.
-Dr Townsend, of sarsaparilla lame, is
-There are over three hundred Jewish
congregations in the United States.
-Minneapolis, Minnesota, is proud of its
first cotton mill.
-Senator Revels said he was once excluded
irom the Senate gallery on account of color.
_When ladies lecture out West, they have
ladies to sell tickets, lady ushers and lady bill?
-A man at Lowell, Massachusetts, says in
lois will that he desires to bc buried in a burg?
-The entire assets of a Boston bankrupt
-were nine children. Thc creditors did the
handsome thing, and let him keep every one
-Prince Arthur is to visit California next
month. Towards thc close of the year he re?
turns to England with his regiment In a troop
-A Chicago woman, who deal? quite exten?
sively in flour, has asked to be admitted to the
Board of Trade of that city.
-Mr. Vincent Colyer writes to Dr. Tyng that
"Alaska has not one Protestant or American
missionary or preacher within Its vast border."
-Four hundred and two babies have been
received at the New York Foundling Asylum
since its establishment. Thirty were received
-Thc Elizabethan raffia coming into fashion.
Just now they arc of moderate width, but the
tendency to widen them will be almost im?,
-It is estimated that over a hundred young
ladles are at present studying law in this coun?
try. Probably they will all become mothers
in-law one of these days.
-The Pope on Wednesday in consistory,
?confirmed the appointments of thc bishops of
Toronto, Savannah, Annadale and St. Augus?
-A dispatch from Jackson, Mississippi, says:
"An attempt was made to elect a State libra?
rian, but failed on account. of the number of
candidates. A negro woman, named High?
gate, it ls believed, will bo elected.
-The Massachusetts Hoiue of Representa?
tives, by a two-thirds vote, has ordered to be
engrossed a bill to allow husbands and wives
to be witnesses for or against each other, both
In civil and criminnl suits.
-In the testimony taken before the court
oflnvestigation at Yokohama, the officers ot
the Bombay state that thc condition of thc
Oneida was not known, while there was much
alarm tor tho Bombay, and it was necessary to
make for shosl water with all speed.
-Thc process of "canning" eggs In their
own shells was recently explained at a meet?
ing of the New York Farmers' Club. When
two or three dozen eggs arc obtained from the
nests place them In a dish and pour scalding
?water over them, and immediately turn it off!
This process Is repeated three times, by which
means the albumen is fixed or coagulated, the
pores ot the shell closed, and the egg, as it
were, canned inits covering. The eggs thus
prepared are then packed In salt, with the
apex.downward, and they are said to keep
perfectly fresh ior many months.
-The New Orleans Picayune says the rice
plantations arc now preparing for the next
crop. Thc hopes previously entertained of a
large increase in the area of land devoted to
the cultivation ol this cereal will not be real?
ized. A deficiency of labor is one great impedi?
ment, and the planters are not well satisfied
?with the prices obtained. However, the bet?
ter grades have, during tho whole season,
been ia request, and brought remunerative
prices. Tho Incoming crop will be about 100,
000 barrels clean. The total receipts at Ne-??
Orleans from September 1 to latest advices are
47,203 barrels and sacks, against 38,131 for the
same period last year, showing an increase of
14,166 barrels and sacks, or 43 per cent. The
next crop, with a lair season, will be about
100,000 barrels of 200 pottads each, or perhaps
a little more.
-A good work was done in New York last
tweek, when the principal school book pub?
lishers of the country, in convention assembled,
decided to abolish all agencies, travelling
agents, aw the payment or allowance of any
commissions *r tno introduction of text books
from and after u> first 0f July next. There?
after the retail pricey all school publications
are to be fixed by the ^pective publishers,
from which a maximum dh?ount wU1 De made
for cash sales by a committee-* their num0
And bookajin only be furnished >r introduced
.In the regular and legitimate way,fngtead of
by the modes heretofore in use. The reform
?does not come any too soon. The old s\,tem
pr agents and commissions was a source*
fearful corruption, as between the publishers
and boards of education, school trustees Ac
.and terribly expensive to the public, who
were compelled to get a new set of books
throughout, accordingly as the publishers or
43ieir agents made lt an object to those in
power to order a change.
-A curious case has been decided in a Mas?
sachusetts Probate Court. The guardian of
Frederick May, ol Medford, a partly Insane
person, had petitioned for leave to invest
$10,000 in the construction of a stable. It carno
up for n?arlng. The petition was opposed by
the heirs-at-law and next of kin as being a
prodigal and unjustifiable expenditure, not
called for by the necessities of thc ward. On
thc other hand it was shown that tho estate
amounted to *200,000 or upward, and counsel
for thc guardian, George Phillips, plead elo?
quently that the helrs-at-law were outside
parties in such a case, that the guardian was
not bound to accumulate thc estate of his ward
for their benefit, and that the decisions of thc
courts, both in this country and in England,
had established the rigid of the guardian to
extend, not only the income, but, in proper
proportion, thc principal of the estate iu such
casu, in ministering to his ward's happiness
and wants. The court concurred in this view
and granted the petition.
-The growth of thc petroleum trade Is al?
most without a parallel in the history of com?
merce. In 1859 the petroleum product was
less than 100,000 barrels, the home consump?
tion had scarcely begun, and there were no
exports. From this stn .li beginning the pro?
duct in America has reached about 4,800.000
barrels annually, and the consumption of the
world a like amount. The export from the
United States in 1861 was 37,500 barrels; in 18G8
it was 3,200,000 barrels. The amount o? money
received at the wells in America for oil in 1850
was less than $50,000; in 18G9 it was no less,
than $28,330,000, of which $26,000,000 was re?
ceived in Pennsylvania, $2,000,000 in West
Virginia and Ohio, and $350,000 in Canada. In
1869 thc value of the export of petroleum and
its products from the United States approxi?
mated $40,000,000. Over 200 vessels were en?
gaged exclusively in thc export trade, and an
agr?gate of about 850 cargoes were shipped to
all parts of thc world from New York. Boston,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and Portland.
Thc Charges against the Aiiti-Rndicn.1
The floating rumors affecting the official
integrity of the anti-Radical members of the
Legislature have at last assumed a definite
shape, and it is now distinctly charged, in
the columns of a Radical paper, that Mr.
James C. Beatty, one of the members from
Horry, did agree to sell his vote on the
Phosphate Bill. The statement is that Tim?
othy Hurley, a well-known lobbyist, was
requested by Wilson Cook, a colored mem?
ber of the Legislature, to send Mr. Beatty
his douceur for a vote, and that*HurIey
requested Cook to bring an order for the
money. It is stated, further, that an order
for the mouey, regularly signed by Mr.
Beatty, was presented by Cook to Hurley,
who refused to pay the money, on the ground
tiiat the vote was not necessary.
We are confident that Mr. Beatty will
promptly deny the truth of the shameful
charges now brought against him, but Mr.
Beatty owes it to his own constituents, as
well as to the State at large, to make affi?
davit whether Timothy Hurley or Wilson
Cook, or any other person, did attempt, to
buy his vote, or to influence his public action
in any improper manner. While exonerating
himself, Mr. Beatty can, in this way, clo good
service to the people of the State, whose due
lt ls that avery proper mean3 should be taken
to convict and punish the miserable members
of the State Legislature, as well as the astute
lobbyists, who arc notoriously guilty of un?
blushing bribery and wholesale corruption.
Franco and Constitatlonul Govern,
Neither the Rochefort affair, nor the more
I serious complication growing out of the kill?
ing of Victor Noir by Prince Napoleon, has
shaken the purpose of thc Emperor, or seems
to have diminished his strength with thc
army and the mosses of the people.
Rochefort might have made himself a mar?
tyr whose name and memory should encour?
age the people to overthrow, if they could,
the Imperial government; but timidity, or
the thought that, for him, the living Roche
fort was more worth than the dead hero, al?
lowed the decisive moment to pass, and now
his name is connected with an absurd fiasco
instead of with a story of devotion and sacri?
fice which might go sounding down the ages
of France. The policy of the government
towards Rochefort bas bec."* wise and tem?
perate. As long as he confined himself to
abusing the Emperor and his ministers, no
heed was given him; but when he became a
rioter, fainting and blanched by thc way, the
law closed its hand and sent him to jail, as
it would have sent any gamin who made a
disturbance on the Boulevards. This was a
mortal wound, and thc present indications
are that Rochefort is politically dead.
Tlie Victor Noir affair is embarrassing and
is still an element of trouble. Say what men
may of abstract justice, there r.re few who
expect, or desire, that Prince Napoleon, how?
ever guilty, shall bc sent to the scaffold. The
Emperor has the power to save; and, if the
Prince Napoleon be condemned to death,
will, undoubtedly, save bis cousin from the
last extremity of the law. The Third Napo?
leon is no Brutus, and the better for France
that he is not. If he allow the Prince to
escape, Rochefort and his followers will
shriek and howl, declaring that there is one
law for the Prince and another for the pea?
sant. And if the Prince be executed, the
popular verdict will be that the Emperor
sacrificed his cousin to public opinion, and
had not the pluck to rescue one of his blood
from the hands of the public executioner.
There are extenuating circumstances; and
in France the aversion to the death penally
is stronger every clay. Napoleon will not
allow his cousit, to be executed, but his con
I duct will be so arranged as to jar as little as
possible upon the sensitive public nerve.
Thc Emperor is preparing himself for new
trouble, and preparing well. Doubts were
cast tipon his sincerity in attempting a con?
stitutional government, but he persevered.
The premier, M. Ollivier, was baited and
bullied, but he still moved forward. And
now the Emperor tells his ministers that the
work of liberalization must go on, and that
the Senate must have only a concurre nt
power, uot a prohibitory power, in the coun?
cils o? the nation. This looks like business.
So far the Emperor's conduct is rational and
consistent. From his point of view, and
from that of millions of others, it is indis?
pensable that u steady baud should hold the
reins while changes were made in the gov?
ernment of a nation which bas known no
mean between license and despotism.
The people now are accustomed to thc
measifc of constitutional liberty which is
given tir?m, anti the Emperor goes still fur?
ther forwau in order to pnt an end, ns he
says in his leture to Minister Ollivier, to the
immoderate desii* for change which pos?
sesses certain spirits who distrust the public
mind, by their belief in the instability of thc
A Good Sign.
The freedmen's savings banks are report?
ed to bo in a prosperous condition. In 1865,
the Freedman's Savings Bank of Washing?
ton, D. C., received less than $1000 a day,
and, during 186?), the daily deposits amount?
ed to $14,000. It bad on March 1, 1866, an
aggregate of S19?,2$3 on deposit, which
was increased to $1,657,006 on March 1,
1ST0. At thc various branches, thirteen of
the twenty-sis cashiers are colored men.
Thc New Orleans Savings Bank is the
largest branch, and the institution at Vicks?
burg, Mississippi, ranks next These statis?
tics indicate that the colored people arc
making very gratifying progress in habits of
industry and thrift.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ASSOCIA?
TED themselves under the Hame of HOLMES,
O'HEAR & CO., for conducting a Factorage and
Commission Business In BRICK AND BUILD?
ER'S MATERIAL. Location, Vennlng's Wharf.
E. G. HOLMES.
3. V. O'HEAK.
mch21 ms2_H. R WELLS.
DR. J. L. DAWSON HAS REMOVED
his Olucc and Residence to No. 55 Tradd
street. _rnch23 "
KEMOVAL.-CORONER E. M. WHI?
TING has removed Ids Otflce from Broad to
Chalmers street, opposite the Mills Bouse Stables.
TTf J. TRIM BEGS RESPECTFULLY
VV . to inform the ladies and public of
Charleston that lie has removed to No. 243 King
street, opposite the Waverly House, where he ls
prepared to otrer thc largest and best stock or
?lindow Shades nt alt prices, French, English and
American Paper Hangings and Decorations, and
a full Une of Upholstery Goods, consisting or
Reps, Terries, Satin Delaines, All-wool and Union
Damasks, Furniture and Linen Coverings, Swiss
and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, Centres,
Loops, Window Hollands. Oil Cloths and Table
Covers, Mattresses, In Hnlr, Wool. Cotton and
MOi-s, also, Pew Cushions, at No. 243 King street,
in the Beud. Country orders promptly attended
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this column. The rate ls 25
cents for twenty words or less, each insertion, if
paid m advance._
TO RENT, FROM 1ST APRIL, THAT
pleasant and conveniently arranged BRICK
RESIDENCE, No. 9 St. Phillp street, now occu?
pied by E. E. .'.-nkins. IL L?., containing four up?
right, one large dressing and two spacious at?
tic rooms, with pantry, double piazza, cistern
and convenient outbuildings. Terms-Lease for
$500 per annum, payable in twelve monthly cn
stalments, secured by an apnroved endorser. Ap?
ply on the premises, or to T. GRANGE SIMONS,
No. 7 State street._mcli26 stnth3
npO RENT, THE HOUSE No. 10 VER
JL NON STREET, with 6 rooms and gas through?
out. To an approved tei ant the rent will he low.
Inquire ~t No. 2 Aiken's Row._mch2s 1?
Ty^?NT. AT S12 PER MONTH, A
DWELLING or 4 rooms and Kitchen, at No.
2 Drake street, near Amherst. R. M. MARSHALL
A BRO.. Real Estate Brokers, No. 33 Broad street.
TO RENT, A FINE DWELLING, No. 121
CHAPEL STREET. Apply at No. 6 Llb
erty street._mcli24 4?
ALARGE HALL WITH OWN EN?
TRANCE to let. Apply at JULIUS MAD?
SEN'S Cigar Store, No. 314 King street, corner of
Society. mch24 3
TO RENT, THE TWO AND A HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 42 Church, near Water
street. Apply to Shoe Store, No. 9J Market street.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
BOARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. o Hudson
Cost ano S anno.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
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LOST, A COLLECTION BOOK OF
"South Carolina Monument Association,"
No. 26, signed hy the President and by Miss norl
beck as manager. Friends are warned njjatust
entering names or donations in Book No. 20, as
any one offering lt, will In future act without
authority. Thc finder will conrcr a ravor by leav?
ing the same at this otllce. mch22
Tho place to buy
ls where you have a choice of styles of diff?rent
makers. Machines sold on the lease plan, payable
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chines now before thc public.
THE WILLCOX A GIBBS'
"WEED" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Are the simplest and most reliable Machine*
made. Every Machine ls warranted to give satis?
faction, or lt will be exchauged for otter kinds.
All kinds or Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for all first class Sewing or Knitting
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac
REPAIRING as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
mavl stuthiv No. .107 Kine street.
HO M AS FROST,
FOR ALL THE STATBS,
No. 54 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
QHUPEIN <fc WINKLER,
OFFICE NO. 276 KINO STREET.
J" E. DAPRAY,
No. 277 KING STREET,
Over Drug Store next to Kinsman's Saloon,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.REFEIKNCES.-Prof. E. Geddings, M. D., T. L.
Ogler, M. D., Pror. Middleton Michel, M. D., W. M.
Fitch, M. D._mehi7 imo
J T. H U M P H R E Y S,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF RBAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTBNOED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, s. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER. T. R.
WARING. Esq. ooU
JpAUL C. TRENHOLM,
(LATE COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,)
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
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Smith's lane. mch20 l
WANTED, 500 IRON-BOUND SECOND?
HAND SPIRIT BARRI!LS. Apply to
SUACKELFORD SC KELLY, Boyce's Wharf".
TTTANTED, ON THE FIRST OF MAY,
VT a Dwelling House, desirably located and
In good order. Address Key Box No. 508, Charles
ton. _mcli28 3?
WANTED, AN ACTIVE GIRL, TO
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WANTED, ONE OR TWO ROOMS,
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WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A CHILD'S
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Rutledge avenue. mcl>25 2
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE
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to all his business. Address Saw Mill, Blackville,
S. C._mcli24 o?
SERVANTS WANTED.-A MAN AND
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ottlcc. mch 24
WANTED, A SITUATION AS
Teacher, by a lady competent to teach
the English Studies, Music and French. Address
MiS3 F. P., Blackville, S, C._mch2i
WANTED, A SOPRANO VOICE, IN
St. Michael's Church Choir. Apply to
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and examine the scale or prices before giving yonr
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
CHAMBERI. IN'S LAW BOOK
IN THIS STATE.
This Work ls admirably suited for the Legal
Profession and Bislness Men. Invaluable to
every merchant, every mechanic, every manu?
facturer, every farmer, every business man, Ac,
Sec. Magistrates will dad lt of great usc In decid?
ing civil cases. It ls highly recommended by
eminent Judges and Lawyers all over the country.
Price $5, sent prepaid to any portion or the State
upon receipt of price In money, post?nico money
order, or draft, or by Express C. O. D. Address
A. M. MACKEY, Columbia, S. C., Agent for South
Carolina. mchl8 Imo
FOR SALE, THE STEAM FLAT ASH?
LEY. Length. 80 reet; width, 15 rcet; depth
or hold, 4 rcet. Engine 12 horse power; two Pro?
pellers, caeh three reet diameter. For particulars
Hpply to JOHN F. TATLOK SC CO., Phoenix Iron
Works. mch20 e
FOR SALE, THE PILOT BOAT "AL?
BION," burthen 27 63-100 tons. She Is In
good order, and would make a good coaster.
Apply to SUACKELFOBD Sc KELLY, Boyce's
MULES AND HORSES.-A CAR LOAD
or moko MOLES and HORSES, just arriv?
ed at P. WEST'S STABLES, uueen street, uetwecu
Hrleud ami Mazyck. J. N. LONG.
FOR SALE, SIX-HORSE PORTABLE
ENGINE, ol J. M. Bason Sc Brother's build;
new and extra fin talleri for thc Fair. Apply to
THEO. STONEY, Vanderliorst>a Wharr.
AT PRIVATE SALE. THE THREE
STORY BRICK BUILDING. No. 54 Society
street, well known as the FREON?SHAFTSBUNI)
HALL. Said building ls well arranged lor a Soci?
ety Club, or School, and can also be easily arrang?
ed Tor a Private Dwelling. For terms and runtier
Inrormatlou apply to JACOB SMALL, No. 205
King street. mch3 thsm
FOR SALE, EIGHT PAIR OF GLASS
CASINGS (new.) will bo sold cheap. Apply
at H. II. WILLIAMS' Hat and Cap Store, under
Academy of Music. rach25 2
FOR SALE, ONE FLAT, 12 BY 40, IN
good order: will bc sold cheap. Apply tn
JOHN C. MALLONEE, Ortlce Planing Mills ami
Lumber Yard, Uorlbeck's Wharr, near, liorlheast
ern R;i Iroe.d. mch24 6
AFINE MILCH COW FOR SALE LOW.
Apply at No. 83 St. Phillp street, one door
?novo Radcliffe. mcli2l
AVALUABLE COTTON AND PRO VI
SION Farm under cultivation, with Grain
Mill la good order and Saw Mill, at a low price.
Apply at this oillce. mcli24 5*
FOR SALE OR RENT. RAY'S CAR^
RI AGE FACTORY, at Orangeburg, S. C.
Business established over twenty years ago. The
stand ls one of thc best fur the Carriage Busi?
ness In the Southern country. Fine opportunity
tor a good and safe investment. Terms made
easy, pur millier particulars address Key Box
No. 20. Orangcjiurg. s. c. mch'22 0
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-Oncsniall OylluderTAY
LOR PRESS in complete rei<alr. lt has been but
little used, and Ls sold simply because the present
owner has co use for P. Thc size of 'he bed of
thc Press ls rorty-rour hy fiRy-clght inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain LT applied far
at once, as the room it occupies ls wanted mr
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3705 New York
AS H IJTG TON
THE NEW HOTEL,
Built by W. W. Corcoran, Esq.
T. ROESSLE A- SON,
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL,
WILL BE OPENED FOR SUMMER VISITORS
?3- ROOMS can be engaged and plans of Hotel
seen at ?The Arlington," Washington, D. C.
T. ROESSLE Sc SON,
mch21 2raos PnorninroRs.
1 ?ie subscriber, having purchased the large
and commodious building, known as the GREEN?
WOOD HOTEL, is prepared to entertain the
travelling public. The house ls situated In tull
view of an I c .nvenieut to tho depot and busi?
ness portion or the town. The rooms arc large,
neatly and newly furnished. The table whl be
constauly suppled with every delicacy thc mar?
ket affords, and the llotol Is in every way equal
to, lr lt docs not surpass, ?ny In the up-country.
In connection with tills note! is a llrst-class
Livery Stable. Conveyances ot all kin ls on hand
lor hire. T. F. RILEY,
Greenwood, s. c., Ma ?. h IL nrjhil Imo
CHARLESTON TYPO GRAPHICAL
UNION, No. 43.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting of vour Union Tina (Saturday) EVENING,
26th Instant, at Masonic Hall, at hair-post 7
o'clock. WM. J. MOS1MANN,
SCHILLER LODGE, No. 30, I. O. O. F.
The Regnlar Quarterly Meeting of this Lodge
will be held TO-MOHROW (Sunday) NIGHT, at 8
o'clock. Members will please come prepared to
pav their Arrear?. By order or the N. G.
TH. IIENRICHSOX, -
mch26 Recording Secretary.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE HASEL STREET
HAMMER AND RAPIER. By J. Esten Cooke.$1 50
Arts or Writing, Reading and Speaking. By
Edward W. Cox. 1 50
Souvenirs of Travel. By Madame Levert_2 00
Living Writers of the South. By James W.
Davidson. 2 00
Our Saturday Nights. By Brick Pomeroy... 1 50
Art of Conversation.1 50
Four Oaks-a Novel. By Kampa Thorpe_1 76
Fhemie's Temptation. By Marian Harland.. 1 50
Mulled postpaid at the above prices. Sold at
thc Bazaar at ten per cent, less than the above
.pOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
CATALOGUE No. 28.
IMPORTANT LITERARY ANNOUNCEMENT.
Two Valuable Beoks, to bc published by sub?
First. CHAMBER'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA-A Dic?
tionary of Universal Knowledge for thc People,
revised edition, reissue of 187U, with Maps, Plates
and Engravings, to bc completed In 80 parts, or
104 pages each. Price per part, Including Maps
and Illustrations, COc.
Second. Llpplncott's Pronouncing Biographical
and Mythological Dictionary, containing Memoirs
ot thc eminent persons or all ages and countries,
and accounts or the various subjects or t he Norse,
Hindoo and Classical Mythologies, with the pro?
nunciation or their names In the different lan?
guages in which thev occur, by J. Thomas, A. M.,
M. D. To be completed In 45 parts, at 50c. per
ay We are thc authorized agents tor the above
Book3 In South Carolina. Mr. ORMOND W. FOL?
LIN is authorized by us to receive subscribers lu
Wc will pnbllsh, about the first of April, a
charming little Poem, by a Lady er Charleston,
entitled "Th? Little Match Girl," with four spirited
etchings, designed and etched by the author.
It will be gotten up In a neat and attractive style,
forming a suitable offering to the young tor Sun?
day School Festivities.
NEW BOOKS RECEIVED.
SKETCHES OF CREATION, a popular view of
some or the grand conclusions or Sciences In
reference to the History ot Matter and of
Lire, by Alexander Winchell, LL. D., with Il?
Society and Solitude, twelve chapters, by Ralph
Waldo Emerson. $2.
The Sun, by Amen?e Gulllcmln, translated by A.
L. Phlpson, 43 Illustrations. $1 50.
Annual of Scientific Discovery, or Book of Facts
in Science and Art tor 1870. $2.
Thc Earthly Paradise, a Poem, by Wm. Morris,
author or "Lite and Death or Jason," part
third. $2 26.
Hedged In, by Mrs. Phelps, author or "The Gates
Ajar." $1 50.
Among my Books, bv James Russell Lowell. $2.
A Manual or the Ancient History or the East, to
the Commencement of the Median Wars, by
Lenormant and Chevalier, vol. 1. S3.
N. B.-Our Monthly Literary Bulletin will bc
sent FREE to persons In thc country.
A new supply or Episcopal Prayer Books, with
thc additional Hymns, some or which are new
editions, and new styles of bindings.
A general stock of Stationery, School Books,
Writing Desks, Mathematical Instruments, Photo?
graph Albums. A superior stock of Family Bibles,
from $3 to $35.
HGT Persons residing In the country will please
hear In mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
Hie postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No! 260 KINO STREET (lu the Bend,)
mciil7 tothsemos_Charleston. S. C.
LAW BLANKS FOR PRACTICE,
Under the now Code of Procedure or this Sta'c. a
toll supply now ready and tor sale by
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
and Legal Printer,
No. 155 Meeting street,
mch22 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
The undersigned would respectfully Inform his
Artist friends Hutt he has now added to his stock
of Materials tor Drawing. Ol L and WATER-COLOR
PAINTING, Gilding and Archl:cctural Draught?
ing. Also, a completo assortment or WAX
FLOWER MATERIALS, and a choice lot or those
German Decnlcomanta Paintings so much used
both lu Europe and this country.
mch2Q 3*_Ko. 320 King street.
PHOTOGRAPHS BEAUTIFULLY COL?
ORED, in Oil or Water Colors, tor one-hair
thc Gallery prices, by Mr. T. P. SMITH. Artist and
Landscape Photographer, No. ; Vaiiderhorst
street. mch24 ths2* ?
TONEY &, LOWNDES
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TUEODOBE STONNY. HENRY D. LOWNDES.
JOHN MA R S ll A L L J R. ,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Chaidestoti, S. C.
p RATT'S "ASTRAL" OIL
Unlike many other Illuminating Oils, ls per?
fectly pure and free from all adulterations or
mixtures of any kind. It emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a sort and brilliant
light, and can be used with thc same assurance
or safety as gas. Chemists pronounce lt thc
best and surest Illuminating Oil ever offered to
the public; sud Insurance Companies endorse and
nrgc upon consumers the use of the "Astrnl" OH
In pretorence to any other. It ls now burned by
thousands of families, and iu no Instance has
any accident occurred from its use; a lamp flited
with lt, If upset and broken, will not explode. To
prevent adult?ration, the "Astral" Oil ls packed
only In the Guaranty Patent Cans, or l galton
ami 5 gallons each, and each can ls sealed in a
manner that cannot be counterfeited. Every
package with uncut seal wc warrant. Bc sure
and get none but the genuine article, Pratt's "As?
tral" Oil, for sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale and retail by thc proprietors
OIL HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 108 Fulton street. New York,
Postoltlce Box No. 3060.
Send for circulars, with testimoni?is and price
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of the "Astral
For sale by OOODRlCn, Wi NEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists. Charleston. S. C. dcclfi
eJ 8 ty ty ty ty $ $ $ $ ty ty ty
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of the
time, or for thc sparo moments. Business new,
lightand profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50 cents to $6 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by'?cvotlng their whole time to the
busluess. Boys and girls earn nenrly as much as
men. That all who see this notice may send their
address, and test thc business, we make this un?
paralleled offer : To such as are nut well satisfied,
we will send SI to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will clo
to commence woi* on, ami a copy of "Thc Peo
pl?'s Literary Companion"-one of the largest
and best family newspapers published -all sent
free by mail. Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
Augasta, Maine._jan!7 3moa
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYE?G INK
combined, go to
EDWARD TERRY. '
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. dcci4 6mos
TP YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
JL TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
j attern go to
No. 166 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. decll amos
?PKN T0-N10HT, MACEVOY'S HIBERNICON.
All the most beautlfnl scenery of Ireland, pre?
sented on 12,000 feet of Canvas. Mr. Jerry Co?
han, as Barney the Guide. Marie D. MacEvoy,
Miss Kate Halplne and Mr. Cha?. MacEvoy ap?
pear at each representatatlon. Grand Hlbernl
con Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, at 3 P. M.
Doors open at 2. Children 25c; adults 60c. Eve?
ning admission 76; children 50.
mch22 5 CH. HALL, Agent.
ADEMY OF MUSIC
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT OP THE "QUEEN OF
MISS LAURA KEENE,
AND DRAMATIC COMPANY.
STAT NIGHTS ONLY.
Commencing MONDAY, Maren 28th,J1870.
The management takes pleasure m announcing
the engagement of the above accomplished
Actress and Authoress, inaugurating her brief
season with Boucicault's romantic drama, enti?
OR, THE TWO LIVES OF MARY LEIGH.
Mary Leigh.Miss LAURA KEENE
Supported by full company from Laura Keene's
Chestnut street Theatre, Philadelphia.
TUESDAY.-The world famous comedy, by Tom
Taylor, OUR AMERICAN COUSIN, as performed
by Miss Keene over 1000 nights.
WEDNESDAY.-Mollcre's immortal comedy,
TOINETTE, or THE SAUCY HOUSEMAID.
Sale of secured scats commences at the Box
Oftlce TUCKS DAY, March 24th.
Notwithstanding the great expense attending
this engagement, the prices will remain as usual.
mch21 7 .
PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
The ladles of this Church will open on MONDAY
EVENING. 28th Instant, at Military Hall, a FAIR,
to continue for ten nights. The proceeds are to
aid In building their Chapel. Thc patronage of a
generous pubUc ls solicited. mch24 ths2*
INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED 183 6.
JAS. M. MCLEAN, E. A. WALTON,
THREE-FOURTHS OF THE PROFITS DIVIDED
TO THE ASSURED.
BY THIS PLAN OF INSURANCE THE ASSURED
become Interested In the profits of the business
without incurring any liability.
The management of affairs of the Company
heretofore gives almost positive assurance of
LARGE YEARLY DIVIDENDS to the holders of
Non-participating Policies Issued as heretofore
A. L. TOBIAS. Agent, No. 109 East Bay,
mch26stn3mos Next South Courier Onice.
W UARDI AN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PERCENT.
Polices In force.
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Ylce-Presldm-.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex*
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic
Wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (VermUye 4 Co.;
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
j Uc,ii. George OpydykO, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thoina9 Riguey, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Richard U. Bowne, Wetmore & Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout k Co.
Wm. wakens, Firm of Wllkens A Co. WSi
Julius H. Pratt, Mercaant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Citarles J. Starr, Merchant.
William AlleOr Merchant.
?leo. W. Cuyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Insur?
ance Company. -
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward IL Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. CogsweU, Merchant.
KEIM & ISSERTEL,
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Onice No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. O.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
j an 12
?lotl)ing ana Jtarnisljing (SDO?G.
N NO U N. CEMEN T
EXTRAOBD T NARY.
BUSINESS TO BE CLOSED
THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME.
Having determined to elesc out our business In
I this city, we offeronr stock, (which ls nearly all of
our own manufacture) adapted to the coming
spring and summer, at lower prices than have
ever before been seen In Charleston for first-class
goods. Below we give the closing out prices:
200 pair ALL WOOL CHEVIOT AND CASSI
MERE PANTALOONS at $4 each; sold at $5 to
$7 50. 300 pair Alt Wool Light and Dark Colored
Diagonal and Fancy Casslmere Pantaloons, at $5
each; sold at $0 to $8. 100 pair All Wool FaBcy
Casslmere Pantaloons at $6; sold at $8 to $12.
100 E. W. Coats and Sacks at $8 each; sold at $10
to $15. 100 E. W. Coats at $9 each; s'dtt at$12 to
$15. 75 E W. Coats at $10 each; sold at $15 to
$17. 50 English Frocks and Coats at $12 each;
sold at $15 to $17. Buick Dress and English Frocks
at $16, $18 and $20; sold at $22 to $30. Lot of
FrenchtCasslmere Sacks at $14; sold at $20. Lot
of Vests at $1 each; sold at $3 to $3 50. Lot of
Vests at $2 each; sold at $3 to $4. Lot of Vests at
$3 each; sold at $4 to $5.
Flannel, Alpaca, Drab d'Bte, and Linen
Sacks, Linen Pants. Linen, Marseilles and Duck
Vests, all at half their value. Entire stook of Fur?
nishing Goods marked down.
Goods all marked in plain figures.
ONE PRICE, AND NO DEVIATION.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
NO. 297 KINO STREET,
meas tuth9lmo CHARLESTON, S. C.
(Srorer?s, JDiqtiore, Ut.
ENGLISH BISCUITS IN BARRELS ANDfc
PEARL, ) From
AB!T!' r Peek> Frean * Co.,
ALBERT BISCUIT, from McKenzie k Middle
mas, Edinburgh. Forsgle by
mch26 1? KLINCK. WlCKENBERO A CO.
pRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
Just received per Schooner George Washington,
from Havana. 60,000 Ckolce SWEET ORANGES.
The same will be sold at $2 50 per 100 by
C. BART k CO.,
mch2Q_Nos. 55, 67 and 69 Market street.
SAVE YOUR MONEY, AND GO TO
KLEIN, No. 339 King street, and get yoar
cheap Fruit this week. Go and sec those large Red
Bananas, so sweet, for 40 cents a dozen; Havana
Oranges 45 cents ; Lemons 26 cents; Apples 25
cents; and extra One Dates for 20 cents a pound.
Also, Limes, 76 cents a hundred; nice Bermnda
Tomatoes for 25 cents a quart. mch26 2?
QORN! CORNI CORN! '
5000 bushels Prime White CORN, landing ex
Schooner Georgia, and for sale low by
mch24 3 T. TBPPKR& SONS.'
?HEAP G BO OERIES.
In consequence of the recent fall in gold and
corresponding decline ta prices of GROCERIES
generally, we have this day marked down the
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, LARD, BUTTER,
Housekeepers will find lt to their interest to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. ^
All goods warranted, and full weight and niea*>
ure always guaranteed.
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
SS" Goods delivered free._mchl3
J?ACON, SYRUPS, ?tc.
8 hhdS. SHOULDERS
50 bbls. Syrups
loo bbls. Potatoes.
For sale by JOHN A THE?. GETTY,
mcim_ North Atlantic Wharf.
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
20 hhdS. Good GROCERY SUGAR
40 boxes Prime Grocery Sugar
70 hhcls. Muscovado )
40 boxes Muscovado ? New Crop Molasses.
00 hhds. Clayed )
For sale by J. A ENSLOW A CO.,
mch24 ths2 No. 141 East Bay.
No. 106 EAST BAY, AND ACCOMMODATION
BBLS. WIUSKEY, VARIOUS BRANDS, viz :
- bbls. S. N. Pike's "MAGNOLIA," "Beargrass,"
- bbls. "Mountain Dew;" "Keller's Old Rye."
For sale by single or one hundred barrels low,
for cash or city acceptances.
- quarter casks WINE, Sherry, Madeira and Port.
- quarter casks Brandies, Gin and Rum.
- casks Ale and Porter, Cigars, Ac, Ac
1?41 S. DAVIS, JR'S, CELEBRATED
Jn41. "DIAMOND" BRAND HAMS
Cincinnati. A Silver Medal was awarded to
these HAMS by the Ohio S. Board or Agriculture
in 1850, and at the Fair held in New Orleans by
the Mechanics' and Agleultural Association of
Louisiana, the Firtt Prize a Bronze Medal.
S. DAVIS, JR., k CO., Cincinnati.
Sold by leading Grocers la principal cities.
A. GUCKENHEIMER tc BR08.,
COPPER DISTILLED PURE RYE WHISKEY,
Pure and unadulterated, Bold and shipped direct
rrom the Distillery Warehouse to Charleston, S. 0.,
ls now in store and for sale by tho following
Wholesale Grocers and Wholesale Druggists of
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN& CO.,
WAGENER A MONS EES,
WERNER A DUCKER,
MANTOUE A CO...
J. H. RENNEKER,
E. H. STELLING.
RAVENEL A HOLMES,
OSTENDORFF A CO.,
J. H. W?RHMANN.
J. N. M. WOHLTMANN,
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
Tills Celebrated WHISKEY, well and favorably
known ta the North, East and West, is an article
of superior merit, and ls now being introduced in
Its pure and unadulterated state in the Southern
markets, and one that will give satisfaction to aU
lovers of a pure and healthy stimulant.
A. GUCKENHEIMER k BROS.,
Proprietors of the Freeport Distillery, Armstrong
County, Penn., and owners of the United States
Bonded Warehouses, Oftice No?. 93 and 95 First
Avenue, Pittsburg, Penn. mchl2 smwemospac
J-JAVIS & MILLER'S
IMPORTANT ANNC SCEMENT.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
QUALITY STILL FURTHER IMPROVED.
We beg leave respectfully to call the attention
of the public to our Superior Flavoring Extracts.
As ten years have now elapsed stace we first in?
troduced them to the notice of the American pub?
lic, we deem it unnecessary at present to enter
into a lengthy descriptlou of their merits, Ac.
There is hardly a eity or town of any note in the
country into which they have not found their
way. The reason of this widespread popularity
and dally Increasing demand is owing entirely to
their peculiar excellence and intrinsic worth.
Being determined to make them the Standard Ex?
tracts of thc day, we have stiU. further improved
their quality, aud now we firmly and honestly be?
lieve that they stand without a rival. Our Vanilla
Extract cannot be surpassed for richness and
delicacy of davor. It is a strictly pure and high?
ly concentrated Extract of Vanilla Beans. In
short, we think lt the best that ls made, at least,
this is the decision of the best judges ta thc coun?
try. We don't pretend to compete ta price with
many of the so-called Flavoring Extracts of the
day. which are really but worthless compounds,
undeserving of the name.
For quality and style, we defy competition.
DAVIS A MILLER'S
PURE YEAST POWDER,
A substitute for Yeast ta making Hot Bread,
Rolls and Batter Cakes of every description, hav?
ing the advantage of making the dough or batter
perfectly light, and ready for baking without
delay, and greatly diminishing the liability to
Many dyspeptics, who cannot tolerate fresh,
light cakes when made with yeast, caa eat them
with Impunity when raised In this way.
When used according to directions, lr ls war?
ranted to make rich, sweet, light and nutritious
Bread and Biscuit, Muffins, Wallies, Corn ?read,
all kinds of Griddle Cakes, also Bolled Paddings,
Dumplings, Pot Pies, Ac.
PREPARED ONLY BY
DAVIS tc MILLER,
A. J. MILLER, Sole Proprietor.
We have been appointed Agents for the State
of South Carolina for the above desirable goods,
and can offer them to the trade at proprietors'
GOODRICH, WINEMAN k CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
mchl2 smwemosDAO Charleston, S. C.
&gricBltntt, ^orticnltnre, Ut.
g E E D RICE FOR SALE.
1200 bushels Prime White SEED RICE, well pre?
pared and clear of Red. .
mehi tnthsimo W. O. COURTNEY A CO.
JflRIPP COTTON SEED.
For sale by FRASER * DILL, Factors
.V KO. . , Adger's North Wharf,
feb24 thstulmo_Charleston, S. C.
gEED RICE! SEED RICE!
700 bushels Prime Gold SEED RICE, threshed
carefully by hand over a log. Only 4 per cent of
Red. Apply to REEDER A DAVIS
feb!2 stnth _Adger". Wharf. .
g O R G HUM S EE D.
Just received, Superior BLACK IMPHEE SEED
and for sale by FRANCIS G. CARS '
mcnl No. 32 East Bay stft?t.