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NE IFS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York, on Saturday, al
-Cotton was quiet and steady, with uplands
at 22je; sales 1500 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed drill; uplands
Hall Jd.; Orleans ll^allid.; sales 10,000 bales.
-San Francisco's popular wedding-day is
-Three thousand Menonites, a German sect,
propose to settle in Tennessee.
-Spring bonnets are small, and worn low
on the lorehcad.
-An earthquake shock was felt at Prescott
and in its vicinity, in Arizona, on March ll.
-Out in Wyoming the farmers plough with
-The new Liverpool Exchange, now build?
ing, will cost $1,000,000.
-There arc said to be $00,000,000 of unclaim?
ed deposits in tho New York savings bauks.
-Three hundred Iowa merchants have re?
solved to use only silver change in their trans?
-The cable from Aden. Arabia, through the
Red Sea to Sue*, Egypt, has been sticces-fully
-A branch of thc Cuban League of thc
United Stales was organized in Boston on
Wednesday night last.
-Advices from California report the Apache
Indians as plundering and murdering delencc
less whites in every direction.
-Among thc graduates at the annual com?
mencement of the New York Medical College
for women, on Wednesda}', was Susan M.
Smith, a colored woman. She delivered the
-Thc Pope has ordered ten thousand
breech-loading American army rifles of the
Remington patent. These arms are con?
structed on the same system as thc new
breech-loading rifles used in the United States
-The Chicago Journal (Radical) say6: "It
is reported that cadet-peddler Butler tried to
shield himself from expulsion by appealing to |
the Masons ol' thc committee and Honsc as
such. If this ls so he ought to be expelled, for
Masonry was not designed to shield rogues, J
and any man who would make it a protection
lrom Justice is un?t for Masonic fellowship. ,
-Wolf & Co., New York, importers ol laces, '
silks and velvets, at No. 473 Broadway, are ]
charged by revenue officers with extensive ?
falsification ol invoices for the past two years,
and their stock, valued at $20.000, has been
seized. There is evideuce of collusion of two i
government officials, one of whom has in- ,
formed. Their names are withheld.
-Among thc pxsscngers who sailed last
week in thc steamship Tripoli, for Europe, i
were Slr Beach Hicks, member ol Parliament; ,
General Harvey Mcivor, late of General Ksco
bedo's staff in Mexico; Lieutenant Colonel
Hunt and Major Mason, ol' Virginia. These
officers go to Europe to enter the service of
thc Viceroy, whose agent is in this city com
missioning cx-Fe?-ral and ex-Confederate ,
officers as regimental commanders in his scr- ;
vice. General Lorlng and Sibley and others,
heretofore commissioned, have arrived in ;
Egypt and assumed their commands.
-The arrival of the "Samaria'' docs not af?
ford mucli encouragement to those anxiously ]
awaiting news of the "City of Boston." The |
former certainly met witlras bad an accident ,
as could well befall a steamship-her shaft was ,
broken, and consequently her screw was alto- .
gethcr useless. Yet within a comparatively
limited period her captain managed to bring 1
her safely into port. On the other hand, the '
"City of Boston" has been out over sixty days, .
and, so lar as we know, has never once been 1
seen or spoken with. It is possible, however,
that if any disaster has happened to her, some |
of her passengers and crew may have been
saved in boats, and that we shall hear of them
as sailing vessels come in. To that hope wo
most still cling.
-The Philadelphia North American favors
the co uso ll ila L?O a of several small business
firms into large ones as one of the most suc?
cessful means ot retaining and extending
business. Each concern entering into a con?
solidation would bring with it capital, credit,
trade, experience and enterprise, and the
whole would make an agency and an influence
that could not Lui to bc felt lar and near. It is \
maintained that the fleid at the We6t is not ,
sufficiently developed to warrant any Western .
city in keeping such stocks as the seaboard 1
importers must of necessity. If this opinion
should happen to meet the great eye of Chicago
we may expect a scene. Thc American con?
cludes that consolidation of small firni3 into
great ones will do more to cheapen the cost of
managing commercial business than anything j
else that can be tried. For this proceeds upon ,
exaetly thc same principle as raUway consoli- ,
dation; and if one great company can manage !
a long line of railroad better and cheaper than
the half dozen companies owning the links of 1
which it is composed, so can one large firm s
manage more cheaply a volume of trade that,
H divided among a dozen small houses, would '
eat itself up In charges of all kinds. . (
-On the 20th of January, the American i
Episcopate and thc American College at Rome <
received a visit from the Pope, where he was i
received by all the American bishops now in
that city, all the American priests, the stu- !
dents of the college, and many Cat holics lrom 1
the United States. A splendid life-size por- ;
trait of his Holiness, just painted by the Araeri- f
can artist, Healy, for the exhibition about to 1
be opened, had been sent to the college for thc <J
occasion, ami was placed in a prominent posi- f
ti on. In the ha!!, the letter says, thc Pontiff c
spoke a tew kind and paternal words, and
Archbishop Spalding, in the name of the
American Chnrch, clergy and laity, made an
address to the Pope in Latin. The discourse
was excellent in language and happy in
thought. The archbishop referred to thc fact
that Pius VI had given us our first bishop, (Dr.
Carroll, of Baltimore.) Pius VII had multiplied
dioceses and given us our first Archiepiscopal
See, and he, Plus IX, had established si- other
Archiepiscopal Sees. So that in a country where
sixty years ago there was butene bishop,
there are now sixty, thrcc-lourths of whom
are here in Rome to attend the General Coun?
cil. Toward thc end of his discourse the good
archbishop brought in a few touches of true
American wit. This is what Italians woultr
scarcely venture on such an occasion, and it
was to them unexpected. Even the Pope
looked for a moment puzzled, as if he could
not conjecture what was coming; but as he
caught the point, a smile spread over his coun?
tenance, and the smile developed into a hearty
laugh. As for the Italian prelates, at lirst they
wondered-as who would not, at an American
joke in the language of Cicero?-but at last
not all their stately dignity could resist its
force, and they laugh yet as they repeat it.
The bishops, the superiors and students ol (he
college, the priests who were present, and the
laity approached to offer their homage to the
Pontiff and receive his blessing. This over,
he departed, but not until ne had declared
that bc was delighted, morv' than delighted,
with his visit.
A Winning Hand.
The result has justified our anticipations
that thc press of thc State, giving utterance
to the sentiments and wishes of the people,
would cordially concur in the principles pro?
posed, by the Columbia Conference, for the
guidance of all classes of CITIZENS in the
contest of October next. In one quarter
alone has there been a whisper of opposi?
tion, while from every section of the State
come hearty, cheery words of encouragement
and hope. The equal rights of all the citi?
zens of the States are fully and freely recog?
nized, and as an united people, as a grand
league battling for good and honest gov?
ernment, we make ready for the fall elec?
tions, which, if we work harmoniously to?
gether, shall give South Carolina an able,
impartial and economical administration, Of
which we may all be proud. These are the
mauly declarations of the people, as read in
Ute columns of the Abbeville Press, the An?
derson Intelligencer, the Barnwell Journal.
the Camden Journal, the Columbia Phoenix,
the Columbia Guardian, the Charleston
Courter, the Chester Reporter, the Darling?
ton Democrat, the Darlington Southerner,
thc Edgefield Advertiser, the Georgetown
Times, the Greenville Mountaineer, theKing
stree Star, the Lancaster Ledger, the Laur-"
eusville Herald, the Marion Slar, thc Newber?
ry Herald, the Orangeburg News, the Sumter
News, the Sumter Watchman, the Union
Times, the Walhalla Courier, the Yorkville
Enquirer, and THE CHARLESTON NEWS. Of the
live daily and thirty-two tri-weekly and weekly
papers in the State, one only is avowedly RAD?
ICAL in its policy and practice. Of the tbir! :
six Opposition pa.X}?r%tiMnty-four (including
four daily papers,) have already announced
their approval of the platform of the Columbia
Conference. They stand in line, bearing j
:hese watchwords on their banners: EQUAL i
rUSTICE AND EQUAL RIGIIT3 AND AN HONEST AND
I.BLE GOVERNMENT FOR ALL THE CITIZENS OF
SOOTH CAROLINA. Of the remaining twelve
papers, eleven have not yet spoken and one i
lias muttered a faint dissent.
This is how the game stands. A Radi- \
cal may facetiously call it a hand of '-Seven
up," but, with the cards they now hold, it will
bc their own fault if the people of South .
Carolina clo not score-High, Low, Jack and
the Game. ^
Thc Sew Bombastes.
The conclusion becomes clearer and clearer
:hat Congress bad better let the Slates alone,
its reconstruction policy has been pitiable.
The design was to give power to a minority
and to perpetuate their rule. No laws have
been held sacred, and no principles have
been esteemed worthy of maintenance which
nave militated against this end. And yet
thc favored class, unable to retain their
power by constitutional means, clamor for
new interferences, and would fain rel?gale
Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and Ten?
nessee to a state of military despotism.
Otherwise the new system cannot stand.
Either the citizen roust rule, or thc bayonen?
Lhere is no other alternative.
Something like this idea seem3 to have
possessed thc mind of Governor Scott in his
recent self-stultification in Washington. He
distinctly told the adventurers whom he ad?
dressed that the Winchester rifle was the
best law they could have. He threatened
the government and the citizens of the States
with this formidable weapon. He clamored
for national protection for loyal men, and
prophesied that, if it were not granted, thc
rebels would be soon appealing to Congress.
What does all this mean but war? The
glimmer of rifle barrels appears hero and
Lhere through thc reeking mists of declama?
tion. But when the squatter Governor cried,
n conclusion, "Let every man vote as he
"pleases, coerce no man, keep no man away,
"but let him go up and vote, and yourself de
"mand the same right. I tell you the Win?
chester rifle is the best law that you can
"have there," what was this but the most
palpable contradiction ? A ballot-box, over?
awed by Winchester rifles, is precisely Scott's
jyrabol of political liberty. It is certaluly
:he only condition upon which he and his
?vretched clan could ever dream of pcrpetu
tting their ill-gotten power.
Scott's speech was lauded to thc skies,
["he Southern ring were unanimously in favor i
if the rifles. For what other reason than
ntimidation and oppression ? So far as
scott himself is concerned, he is well known,
ret he goes about the State wherever he
)leascs. No one interferes with him. Ile i
s as safe from bowie knives and pistols as he \
vas from thc rusty lancets and dirty syringes ;
amiliar lo his hand of yore. And he is the
ast man to speak of outrages in South Car- I
.lina where he has thrust more rogues and (
idons upon thc community, in the exercise ;
>f waat is called "Executive clemeucy," i
than any other Governor in tho United
The measure in whose behalf he took the
stump in Washington is confessedly a vio?
lation of law. It is the amendment of Mr.
Wilson providing for the prolongation of the
Radical Legislature of Georgia for two years
beyond the period for which they were elec?
ted. The proposed policy involves, a3 the
Radical Senator Schurz admitted, "an act
"of wanton and flagrant usurpation." This
gentleman warned Congress against "coun?
tenancing or even winking at such an out
"rage." And now what a decent man in
Congress will not touch, Governor Scott ad?
vocates. Not satisfied with filling our own
State with Winchester rifles, he recommends
the multiplication of the same deadly weap?
ons among the Radical constituency of all
the Southern States, and encourages their
use in violation of the laws of thc land.
Does Governor Scott forget that in some
hands-say in those of a chicken-hearted
blusterer-the Winchester rifle ceases to be
a formidable weapon? Is he sure that,
should the collision he invites ensue, some
Southern lad with a squirrel gun could not
drive himself out of the State, though he
were festooned with weapons ns thickly as a I
tent-pole, and were panoplied from head to
foot in steal ?
What our States need is precisely what
Congress cannot, and Scott ? Co. will not,
give them-a just and pure local govern?
ment. But this they will secure sooner or
later, if they are allowed to manage their
own affairs and elect their own officers.
And the Union will perhaps survive after
Sancho Panza has been dismissed from the
gubernatorial chair of Georgia, and Bom
bastes Furioso from that of South Carolina.
The Coming Amnesty.
THE New York Tribune, alluding to the
Universal Amnesty Message expected from
President Gran t as soon as Congress shall have
admitted Georgia and Texa3, justly remarks
"It is a message which the country will
"gladly hail, and the results of which will bo
"far-reaching and beneficent. The Senate
"should show its disposition to welcome the
"measure by at once admitting the only
"two States which remain unreconstructed.
"TheD, with every State once more repre?
sented in the National Congress, every
"citizen a voter, and every rebel forgiven,
"we shall bc ready, as a united people, to
"pay our debt, rebuild our waste places, and
"renew our career of magnificent material
"prosperity. Hail the auspicious day !"
? WUITTEMORE wilts. Mr. Feriter, of Sum?
ter, writes to a brother member of the Leg?
islature, John A. Chesnut, congratulating him
on his success in preventing Whittemore
from speaking at Camden. Feriter tells
Chesnut that "the respectability of the Re?
publican party must be sustain?!," which
is a bad omen for the clerical carpet-bagger.
On Wednesday Whittemore harangued his
constituents at Georgetown, and was fol?
lowed by Senator Rainey (colored,) who laid
bare the sophistries of the trader in cadet
ships in an able and interesting speech.
THE Anderson Intelligenoer, one of the
ablest and most carefully edited of the inte?
rior papers, has donned a new suit of type,
and ita proprietors promise that more is in?
tended to be done that thc Intelligencer may
stand in the front rank of provincial jour?
nalism. The Anderson Intelligencer is fight?
ing the good light of social, political and
industrial improvement, and has our best
(vishes for its continued prosperity.
THE Abbeville Agricultural Society has ap?
pointed the following delegates to the Agri?
cultural Convention which meets in Charles?
ton on Tuesday, May 3d, next: James S.
Cothran, A. B. C. Lindsay, W. A. Giles, A.
M. Aiken, B. Z. Herndon, R. A. Griffin,
Joel S. Perrin, John C. Haskell, William H
Parker, Dr. J. L. Miller, L D. Gaillard, Dr.
J. D. Neel, W. Joel Smith.
TUE citizens of Cleveland, N. C., held a
meeting last month and adopted resolutions
protesting against the invasion of their
township by Scott's marauding militiamen.
Governor Scott is requested to govern him?
DR. J. L. DAWSON HAS REMOVED
his Oillee and Residence to No. 55 Trndd
street melli": 7
WJ. TRIM BEGS RESPECTFULLY
. lo Inform the ladles anil publie, of
Charleston that he has removed tn No. 243 Klnj
street, opposite the Waverly House, where he is
prepared to oder thc largest and nest stock of
window Shades at all prices, Kreuch. English and
American Paper Hangings and Uecorations, and
a full line or Upholstery Woo ls, consisting of
Hops. Terries, Satin Delaines. All-wool ami Union
Damasks. Furniture and Unen Coverings, Sa- iss
and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, Centres,
Loops, Window Hollands. Oil Cloths ami Tallie
Covers, Mattresses, in Hair, Wool. Cotton ami
Mo-s, also, Pew Cushions, at No. 243 King street,
In tH9 Berni. Country orders promptly attended
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this column. The rate ls itt
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rpo RENT, THE TWO-STORY HOUSE
JL No. 122 Si. Phillp street, net ween Morris and
Cannon streets. Apply on the premises.
TO RENT, IN KING STREET, NEAR
Queen, two (2) pleasant Rooms, with private
entrance. Apply at this oillee._incli2S 1?
TO RENT, AT S12 PER MONTH, A
DWELLING Of 4 rooms and Kitchen, a: No.
2 Drake street, near Amherst. R. M. MARSHALL
A URO., Heal Estate Crokers, No. 33 Broad street.
mo RENT, THE TWO STORY BRICK
X STORE, No. 61 Hasel stroet. Also two story
Ilrick back Store in rear. Apply to A. L. TOMAS,
No. 100 East nay. next south Courier onice.
mchij mu un
TO RENT, A FINE DWELLING, No. 121
CHAPEL STREET. Apply at No. 6 Lib?
erty street. mch24 4*
\TICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
il BOARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hudson
t'ost nn?j Sonnb.
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ug thc same ut this oillee. mch2i
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TT7"ANTED, A COLORED "WOMAN. A
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HAKD SPIRIT BARRELS. Apply to
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TTTAVTED, ON THE FIRST OF MAY,
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WANTED TO PURCHASE, ONE (1)
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at TUB NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices befere glv?ig your
orders elsewhere. _
^GENTS WANTED TO SELL
CHAMBER LIN'S LAW BOOK
IN THIS STATE.
This Work ls admirably suited for the Legal
Profession* and Business Men. Invaluable to
every merchant, every mechanic, every manu?
facturer, every farmer, every business man, Ac,
Ac Magistrates will Hid it or great usc In decid?
ing civil cases, it is highly recommended by
eminent Judges and Lawyers all over the country.
Price $5, sent prepaid to any portion of the State
upon receipt or price ta money, post?nico money
order, or draft, or by Express C. O. D. Address
A. M. MACKEY, Columbia, S. C., Agent for South
Carolina. mellis Imo
EEAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised for
sale In this column, at the rate of 25 cents ror
twenty words or less, each insertion, ir paid In
AGOOD WORK HORSE FOR SALE. -
Apply at No. 19 Wharf street. mcli28 1?
FOR SALE, THE STEAM FLAT ASH?
LEY. Length, co feet; width, 15 feet: depth
of hold, 4 feet. Eugine 12 horse power; two Pro?
pellers, each three feet diameter. For particulars
apply to JOHN F. TAYLOR 4 CO., Phoenix Iron
Works. mch26 6
FOR SALE, ONE IRON CHIMNEY,
15 inches diameter, 32 feet lone; two se?
cond hand Cylinder Boilers. 3 reet diameter, 3G
reel long, by J. C. H. CLAUSSBN.
FOR SALE, A LARGE AND VERY
ornate SODA WATER APPARATCS, com?
plete, at mucn less than coHt. Apply at this of
tice._m ch 14 mw4?
FOB SALIS, TUB PILOT BOAT "AL?
BION,"' burthen 27 03-100 tons. She ls In
good order, anil would make a good coaster.
Apply to SHACKELFORD A KELLY, Boyce's
wu ai r. _mchaj 2
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE THREE
STORY BUICK BUILDING, No. 54 Society
si reef, well known as thc FREUNDSHAFTSRUND
HALL. Sahl building ls well arranged Tor a Soci?
ety Club, or School, and can also bc easily arrang?
ed Tor a Private Dwelling. For terms and rurther
Information apply to JACOB SMALL, No. 205
King street. mens than
FOR SALE, ONE FLAT, 12 BY 40, IN
goori order: will be sold cheap. Apply to
JullN c. MALLONEE. Office Planing Mills and
Lumber Yard, llorlbeck's Wharf, near Northeast?
ern Railroad. mchS4 8
AFINE MILCH COW FOR SALE LOW.
Apply at No. 69 St. Phillp street, one door
above Radcliffe. mcli24
A~ VALUABLE COTTON"AND PRO VI
SION Farm under cultivation, with Grain
Mill in good order and Saw Mill, ut a low price.
Apply atHila office._nich34 6*
F?ll SALE OR RENT. RAY'S CAl?
RIARK FACTORY, at Orangeburg. S. C.
business established over twenty years ago. The
stand ls one of thc best for thc'Carriage Busi?
ness in the Southern country. Fine opportunity
for a good and sale investment. Terms made
easy. For fun lier particulars address Key Box
No. 20. Orangcburg. s. c. mch22 0
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS In complete repair. It has been but
little used, and ls sold siruplv because thc present
owner has no use for 1'. The size or the bcd ot
thc Press is forty-four by fifty-eight inches. Said
Press will be sold at r great bargain if applied ror
at once, as thc room it occupies is wanted ror
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 37S5 New York
Post om cu. aept20
y^r A s Ti IN'OTOH, D.~C7~
THE NEW HOTEL,
Built by W. W. Corcoran, Esq.
T. R0ESSLE &, SON,
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL,
WILL BE OPENED FOR SUMMER VISITORS
?ST ROOMS can be engaged and plan? or notel
seen at "The Arlington," Washington, D. C.
T. ROESSLE & SON,
mch21 Cmos PROPRIETORS.
The subscriber, having purchased thc large
and commodious building, known as the GREEN?
WOOD HOTEL, Ls prepared to entertain the
travelling public. The house is situated lu full
view or and convenient to the depot and busi?
ness portion or the town. The rooms arc large,
r.er.tly and uewly furnished. The table wld be
constanly suppled with every delicacy thc mar?
ket alfords, and Hie Rote! ls in every way equal
to. ir it dues not surpass, any In thc up-country.
In connection with this Hotel ls a nrst-class
Livery Stable. Conveyances of all kinds on baud
for hire. T. F. RILEY,
Greenwood, s. C., March ll. mehi4 imo
IN PURSUANCE OF A RESOLUTION,
adopted on the 23d lost., at a meeting of the
[Superintendents and Teachers of several of the
Sunday Schools of our city, a Meeting will beheld
at the Rooms of the Young Men's Christian Asso?
ciation, THIS EVENING, the 28th instant, for the
purpose of reorganizing the Sunday School Union,
and of taking action in regard to the calling of a
Stale Sunday School Convention.
Pastors, Superintendents and Teachers, and
those Interested in the religious instruction of thc
young, are earnestly invited to attend.
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE,
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9 A. F. M.
The regular communication or this Lodge
will be held Tins EVENING, at Masonic Hall, at 7
o'clock. Candidates and members will please be
punctual. The arrear Hst will receive Its first
reading. By order of the W. M.
mch-js J. ll. LOEB, Secretary.
J^E W CODE.
IK PAPER, $1 00.
BOUND FOLL LAW SHEEP, $2 00.
BOUND FULL LAW SHEEP AND INTERLEAVED,
$2 50. For sale by
WALKER, EVANS ? COGSWELL.
E W BOOKS
JUST RECEIVED AT THE HASEL STREET
nAMMER AND RAPIER. By J. Esten Cooke.$1 50
Arts ol Writing, Reading and Speaking. By
Edward W.Cox. 1 50
Souvenirs or Travel. By Madame LeVert_2 00
Living Writers or the South. By James W.
Davidson. 2 0?
Our Saturday Nights. By Brick Pomeroy... 1 50
Art of Conversation. 1 60
Four Oaks-a Novel. By Rampa Thorpe.... 1 75
Phcmle's Temptation. By Marian Harland.. 1 50
Mailed postpaid at the above prices. Sold at
thc Bazaar at ten per cent, less than the above
LAW BLANKS FOR PRACTICE,
Under the new Code of Procedure of this State, a
full supply now ready and for sale by
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
and Legal Printer,
No. 155 Meeting street,
mch22 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
We have been appointed Agents for the sale of
SHAW'SCOTTON SEED HULLER,
1IANCFACTOKED BY THE
"DIAMOND MILL MANUFACTURING CO.,"
and oder the same at Manufacturer's Prices,
Feeling assured lt ls what every Planter needs.
Sample of work, Circulars and all information
furnished on application to us.
One of thc "HULLERS" to be seen at our Office.
BRODIE A CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, S. C., February 12,1870.
MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPER?
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The schooner Jas. W. Wilson having arrived,
and a portion or her cargo or the above named
FERTILIZER remaining unsold, factors and
planters can now have their orders filled without
delay, by applying to
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
General Agents ror South Carolina,
mcli26 No. 228 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Q_ U A N O .
PERUVIAN GUANO, rrom Chincha Islands, at
$100 per ton or 2240 His.
Peruvian Guauo, from Cuauapc Island, at $90
per ton or 2240 lbs.
Soluble Pacific Guano, $65 cash, $70 time.
Reese's Flour 01' hone, $65 cash, $70 time.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, at $12 per ton.
Laugh's Raw Hone superphosphate, at $60
cash, $60 time. For sale by
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 aud 2 Atlantic Wharf,
men2 nie wfmlmo
Q.ENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO.
20 tons or PERUVIAN GUANO fnrsalc, warrant?
ed pure. JAMES R. PRINGLE A SON.
Factors and Commission Merchants,
mcli24_No. 0 Ailgcrjs Norlh Wharf.
FOIl SALE DY
B. S. RHETT & SON.
AND PLASTER ! LAND PLASTER !
5u barrels of Superior LANI) PLASTER, receiv?
ed from Belfast, Me. For sale by
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
mchlO 12 No. 141 East Bay.
jP E ? T I LIZERS.
loo tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, from the
1,00 tons No. 1 Peruvian Guano, rrom Hie
50 tons Wheelock's Vegeta tor.
,r>a tons Pure Dissolved Hone.
50 lons Pure Ground none.
50 tons Andrew foe's Superphosphate of Lime.
20 tons Pure Nova Scotia Land Plaster.
25 tons Fish Guano.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
Thc undersigned would respectfully inrorra his
Artist friends that he has now added to his stock
or Materials ror Drawing. OIL and WATER-COLOR
PAINTING, Gilding and Architectural Draught?
ing. Also, a complete assortment of WAX
FLOWER MATERIALS, and a choice lot orthose
German Decalcomanla Paintings so much used
bold in Europe and this country.
mcli26 3?_No. 329 King street.
THE CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
Stallion "JONCE HOOPER." will stand this
season In Spring street, near King.
Terras-$25 the season and $1 to the grcom,
payable in advance.
For pedigree and any other particulars, apply
at No. ll Vanderhorst Wharr Jan3l mwr
g EAL OLEUM,
A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM,
DR. II. DAER,
mcli2l c_.No. 131 Meeting street.
TF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
JL TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
pa item go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. decl4 6mos
ADEMY OF MUSIC.
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT OF TOE "QUEEN OF
MISS LAURA KEENE,
AND DRAMATIC C.OMPANY.
SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
Commencing MONDAY, Marsh 28th, 137?.
Thc management takes pleasure In announcing
the engagement of 'the above accomplished
Actress and Authoress, inaugurating her brief
season with Bouctcault'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.-Mollere's Immortal comedy,
TOINETTE, or THE SAUCY HOUSEMAID.
Sale of secured seats commences at the Box
Office TntjusoAY, March 24th.
Notwithstanding the great expense attending
this engagement, the prices will remain as usual.
QFFICE OF THE
NEW YORK, January 10,1870.
THE PAID UP CAPITAL IS.$1,648,300 00
THE COMPANY HAS TUE FOLLOWING ASSETS:
Cash In Baak and in England. $660,406 51
Government bonds, demand and bond
and mortgage loans. 335,450 oo
Real estate, bank and railroad stocks
and bonds. 627,298 18
Bills receivable and premiums due... 897,330 41
Reinsurance, salvage and sundry ac?
counts. 259,989 79
Freights and Cargoes insured at this office to
and from all ports tn thc world at the current pre?
mium in gold or currency, as may be desired.
Certificates are issued under which losses are
made payable at the Company's Bankers In Lon?
don or Liverpool, and are available with Bankers
abroad and at home as collateral security.
A Cash Discount from the current rate will be
made as equivalent to Scrip Dividends of Mutual
Companies, If desired, when negotiating the
WM. C. PICKERSGILL, RICHARD LATHERS,
WM. H. GUION, JOHN R. GARDNER,
SAML. D. BABCOCK, HENRY F. SPAULDING,
JAMES M. BROWN, WILSON G: HUNT,
N. CHANDLER, J. B. JOHNSTON,,
WM. M. EVABTS, GEO. W. BEE,
JOHN ALLEN, ROBERT SPEDDINO,
THOMAS SLOCOMB, GEO. W. HENNINGS,
W. BUTLER DUNCAN. CHAS. LULINO,
JOUN J. CRANE, Jon* L. ASPINWALL,
CHAS. G. LANDON, JACOB DB NEUPVTLLE,
M. A. SORCHAM, HENRY M. TABER,
C. C. BALDWIN, NATHL. B. WEBO,
FRANK PHELPS, FRBDK. SCHUCHABDT,
JAMES T. SOCTTBR, GEO. WESTFELDT,
JOHN A. PARKER, Prosldent.
ALEXR. MACKAY, vice-President.
W. T. LOCKWOOD, Secretary.
Q. U A R D I A N MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PER CENT.
Polices in force.$26,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. IL PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vlce-Presld n .
L. McAOAM, 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, (Vermllye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
non. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. llaughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Co.
Wm. Wilkens, Firm of Wllkens & Co.
Julius II. Pratt, Mcrcaant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuyler, Bauker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Insur?
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Ftfth Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Ceo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM A ISSERTEL,
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician,
I L o R I N G
Tlic undersigned begs leave to inform his
friends and the public, that he has just returned
from New York with a full and carefully selected
Stock of STRING AND SUMMER GOODS of the
most Fashionable Patterns. He would call spe?
cial attention to his selections of
which he is prepared to make up at short notice,
and in the latest styles. Also, a full assortment
of FURNISHING GOODS, including
THE FAMOUS STAR SHIRTS,
and NECKTIES, SCARFS, Ac, in great variety.
No. 141 King street,
A few doors n ort h of Queen street,
pAUL C. TRENHOLM,
(LATE COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,)
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 2 UNION WHARF,
(firoteries, ?i?piore, Ut.
?g-AY, PRIME NORTH- RI Y^R.
186 bales, per Schooner Palma.
For sale by WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
JUOUR! FLOUR ! FLOUR !
soo barrels Fine and Soper FLOOR, landing.
For sale low by JOnN CAMPSEN A CO.
200 bales Prime North River HAY, landing from
Steamer South Carolina. For sale by
mch28 2_JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
rjlEAS! TEAS! TEAS1
Received by recent ar Ivals a new supply of
Choice CREEN AND nr.ACK TEAS, season 1869
70, which we otrer at reduced prices.
Young Hyson and Imperial l $1, $1 25, |1 66.
Oolong and English Breakfast) $1 76, $2 00
Gunpowder Tea, choice, $1 75, $2
Five per cent, discount on Ave pounds
Ten per cent, discount on ten poa nd 9
Twenty per cent, discount by the half chest
W. S. CORWIN k CO.,
Importers of Teas, Ac,
mch29 4_No. 275 King street
TT R B A N A ! URBANA!
URBANA CHAMPAGNE, $16 per case
Charles Heidseick Champagne, $22 per case
Liquor des Benedictines
. Anisette, Marlschino
And a full assortment of French Cordials.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
mch28 4_No. 275 King street.
JTYSON AND OLOONG TEAS.
Half chests of YOUNG HYSON, at 75c. per pc%nd
Half chests of Oolong Tea, at 75c. per ponud.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
mch28 4 _ No. 276 King street
?pRUIT! FRUIT! FRU.'T!
Jnst reeeived per Schooner George Washington,
from Havana, 60,000 Choice SWEET ORANGES.
Thc same will be sold at $2 60 per loo bj
C. BART k CO.,
mch26_Nos. 55, 57 and 50 Market street.
QORN ! CORN ! CORN !
5000 bushels Prime White CORN, landing ex
Schooner Georgia, and for sale low by
mch24 3_T. TOPPER A SON8.
In consequence of the recent fall In gold and
corresponding decline in prlces*or GROCERIES
generally, we have this day marked down the
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, LARD, BUTTER,
Housekeepers will find it to their Interest to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
All goods warranted, and foll weight and meas?
ure always guaranteed.
Southwest corner Meet m g and Market streets.
JW Goods dehvereu free._ mchl3
?10GNAC AND ROCHELLE BRANDY.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale, In quarter and
eighth casks, favorite brands of above grades of
BRANDY, in U. S. Bonded Warehouse.
HAURIE, CRAMP, SUTER & CO.,
MACKENZIE k CO.. CADIZ SHERRY AND
OPORTO PORT WINES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale the above well
known and favorite brands of SHERRY AND
PORT WINE, in quarter and eighth casks.
1 ? A 1 S. DAVIS, JR.'S, CELEBRATED
AO*fcl? "DIAMOND" BRAND HAMS
Cincinnati. A S fleer Medal was awarded to
these HAMS by the Ohio S. Board or Agriculture
in 1850, and at the Fair held in Nevi Orleans by
the Mechanics' and Agleultural Association of
Louisiana, the Fir-t prize a Bronze Medal.
S. DAVIS, JR., k CO., Cincinnati.
Sold by leading Grocers in principal cities.
-yiT H I S K E Y .
A. GUCKEN HEIMER ? BROS.,
COPPER DISTILLED PURE RYE WHISKEY,
Pure and unadulterated, sold and shipped direct
from the Distillery Warehouse to Charleston, S. C.,
ls now In store and for sale by the following
Wholesale Grocers and Wholesale Druggists of
BOLLMANN BROS., .
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.,
WAGENER A MONSEES,
WERNER A DUCKER,
MANTO?E k CO.,
J. H. RENNEKER,
E. H. STELLING.
RAVRNEL A HOLMES,
OSTEND! > RFF k CO.,
J. II. W?RUMANN.
J. N M. WOHLTMANN,
WM. MARSCH ER,
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
This Celebrated WHISKEY, well and favorably
known in the North, East and West, ls an article
of superior merit, and is now being introduced in
Us pnre and unadulterated state In the Southern
markets, and one that will give satisfaction to all
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, Office Nos. 03 and 95 Fityt
Avenue, Pittsburg, Penn. mch!2 sam?mosme
JJ A VIS & MILLER'S
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
QUALITY STILL FURTHER IMPROVED.
Wc beg ?eave respoctlully to call the attention
of the public to our Superior Flavoring Extract.
As ten years have now elapsed since we first In?
troduced them to the notice of the American pub?
lic, we deem it unnecessary at present to enter
Into a lengthy description of their merits, Ac.
There ls hardly a eity or town of any note In the
country luto which they have not found their
way. The reason of this widespread popularity
and daily Increasing demand ls owing entirely to
their peculiar excellence and intrinsic worth.
Being determined to make them the Standard Ex?
tracts of the day, we have still further Improved
their quality, and now we firmly and honestly be?
lieve that they stand without a rival. Our Vanilla
Extract cannot be surpassed for richness and
delicacy of flavor. It Is a strictly pure and high?
ly concentrated Extract of Vanilla Beans. In
short, we think it the West that is made, at least
this ls the decision of the best judges la the coun?
try. We don't pretend to compete In 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.
DAV'S A MILLER'S
PURE YEAST POWDER,
A substitute for Yeast in making Hot Bread,
Rolls and Batter Cakes of every description, hav*
lng the advantage of making the dough or batter
perfectly licht, and ready for baking without
delay, and greatly diminishing the liability to
Many dyspeptics, who cannot tolerate fresh,
light cakes when made with yeast, can eat them
with impunity when raised in this way.
When used according to directions, lt is war?
ranted to make rich, sweet, light and nutritious
Bread and Biscuit, Muffins, Waffles. Corn Bread,
all kinds of Griddle Cakes, also Boiled Puddings,
Dumplings, Pot Pies, Ac.
PREPABEn ONLY BY
DAVIS & MILLER,
A. J. MILLER, Sole Proprietor.
We have been appointed Agents for ae State
of South Carolina for the above desirable goods,
and can oder them to the trade at proprietors'
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN A CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
mchl2 sm wemosDAO Charleston, S. C.
Agriculture, Ijorticnjtnre, Ut.
COTTON SEED" for sale.
A. P. AMAKER, #
St. Matthew's, S. C.
Refer to Messrs. PELZ ER, RODGERS A CO.,
Charlestom_ _mchl4 imo*
g 0 R G H 0 M SEED.
Just received, Superior BLACK 1MPHEE SEED,
and for sale by FRANCIS G. CART, fr
mehi No. 32 East Bay street