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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1370:
2TJBW8 OF TUE DAT.
-In New York, yesterday, gold closed at
-Cotton closed steady at 22$ cents.
-In Liverpool cotton closed quiet and
steady. Uplands 10*; Orleans ll Jailed.
-One firm !.n a Minnesota town shipped
40,00!) rat skins to market last week.
-'.Shoo-fly" has Doddered Bryant's Minstrels
to the extent of about $10,000 clear gain.
-An important meeting has been held at
Qncbec to encourage manufactures, which, the
speakers declared, could be carried on in that
city more cheaply thau almost in any other
part of the woild.
-General Walker reports that the Chinese
imported By hin to work on the Texas Central
BaUroad labor steadily with docility, and evince
not the slightest inclination to strike. He is
about to send ft * more.
-Richmond v ants the James River deep?
ened Trom 13 to 18 feet, and $200,000 to do it
with. A committee has been urglug the mat?
ter upon Congress; $22,500, it is said, sufficed
In 1SJ2 to give a depth of 13 feet where there
was but 10 before. The appropriation of
$200,000 they say will assuredly give 18 feet
-The reports from fifty-one oil districts in
the Pennsylvania regions show an aggregate
increase in daily productions in twenty-one
districts of seven hundred and ninety barrels,
and an aggregate decrease in twenty-six dis?
tricts of three hundred and sixty-three barrels,
there being no change in three districts. Thc
net increase of daily production was, there?
fore, four hundred and twenty-seven barrels.
-?A new bill for the regulation of peddling
ls announced in tho Massachusetts Legisla?
ture. Among the articles enumerated in
whi -'li peddlers arc forbidden to traffic* are
indigo and jewely. Thc reasons alleged for
these prohibitions are indicative of a belief
that the class of salesmen who. disposod of
wooden hams has by no means lost its cunning.
Jewelry is not permitted because bf the facility
with which the spurious manufacture can bc
passed off as genuine; and there ?3 a clay in
Connecticut that can be so colored that one
eighth part of indigo is sufficient to make lt
saleable a.. the pure dye.
-As a melancholy interest attaches to every
Incident that possibly may afford a clue to the ,
late of the City-of Boston, the following, from
.the log of thc brig Iaboatia, at New York,
from Pernambuco, is worth placing on record:
-*lMarch 22d, at 6 P. M., passed through a large
.?quantity of wreck stuff, consisting of panel
.works, deck houses, Ac, which appeared to
have been not long in tho water. Also passed
a boat, bottom up; thc boat wo3 varnished. ,
The wreck stuff extended for a distance of two j
miles." Regret ls expressed that the captain,
did not make an effort to secure thc boat or
obtain some other proof of identity.
-The Darien expedition has reached Cale?
donia Bay and started upon its work of ex- '
proration, and ali connected with the* exped;- '
tien are very sanguine of success in discover- <
lng an easy route for thc construction of a ship i
canal. Contrary to the general expectation i
the Indians have thus far been very friendly, i
though somewhat frightened, and have assist- i
ed the explorers in every possible way. The ,
expedition has already cut a road three miles
in length into the interior, meeting with a '
river which Is said to How, Into the Pacific 1
Occa.i. Captain Heine, an American, who ar- 1
rived at Aspinwall by thc steamship Alaska, i
en the 1st instant, claims that bc knows of a <
route across the Darien superior to all others, l
by which he can pass from Aspinwall to Pana- ?
ma entirely by water. In proof of this asser- (
tion he chartered a small sailboat, and, accom- j
ponied by two men, had starte I on his voyage,
arriving safely at Caledonia, but when he will
pul In an appearance at Panama it is not easy
-4iMack.;' the Washington correspondent of
the Cincinnati Enquirer, recites the following
painful narrative. "In conversation with a
rery Intelligent and accomplished lady from
Maine a few days since, I learned thc follow?
ing facts, which throw a shadow of a sad ro?
mance over the Oneida disaster. Commander
Tniliams, the highest officer on thc vessel,
and one ofthe lost, was a widower, of some?
thing less than forty, and the father of two
aright little children. In May last he contrac?
ted an engagement fer a second marriage,
.which was to have tak<-n place very soon after
the arri ral cf the Onella in the country. I be?
lieve it was fixed for thc middle of April. He
left thc United StatC3 for Japan" in June last,
and Just before his departure he was oue ol' a
dinner party at which my informant and the
affianced bride were also present. Had he re?
turned safely lie would have known a fate
which his brave heart would not have met
with the cool courage that faced death at his
post on the. quarter-deck. Since thc first of
January his two children aud his intended
wL'e have died. When he left Japan he had
not heard this sad news, but supposed he was
coming home to meet them all in health and
happiness. So to one, at least, of the gallant
men who went down in the ill-fated steamer
.death caunot be called disaster.
-Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe must bc
happy. If we are to btlieve the story of an un
-jnannerly "interviewer"' who recently thrust
his unwelcome face into her presence in the
quiet of her winter home among thc orange
groves ot Florida. Here, lie says, he found
Professor Stowe and the little Stowes. To
start with, this ubiquitous quilldrlvcr asserts
that the Professor furnishes suggestions for
the sermons of the redoubtable Henry Ward
Beecacr ! Then he thinks Harriet looks qare- !
worn, and tells us that when warm weather
arrives, she and her two daughters will return
to the East, while Fred. Stowe, his cousin,
and the wile of the same and a buxom baby,
will remain to run the plantation. The prop?
erty of the Stowes consists of a two-story house,
constructed ot yellow pine, with a neatly
decorated portico. Thc inquisitive scribe oven
insinuated hlmselt into thc bedrooms of the
house, where he found both at the head and
foot of each bed illuminated placards, with ex?
tracts from tho Bible printed thereon. Tito
product of the orange groves will average
about eight hundred.oranges to a tree, and
sell from $3 '?0 to 55 per hundred. Between thc
river line and the orango grove is a large
tract ol lowland where Mrs. Stowe is cultivat?
ing the India-rubber tree anfls'tigar-cane. The
negroes on the plantation are paid $16 a month.
When Fred, attempts to be strict with them
they promptly retort; but il Mrs. Stowe speaks
only one word to them they arc gentle. The
estate where all Ihis delicious comfort is en
Joyed cost tito Stowe family but $2500. cash.
The Radicals begin to realize that a party
may overreach it3elf. It may become too
virtuous, tis in the case cf Whittetnore aud
Ames. It may become too reckless, a3 in
the case of Sickles and Butler. It is notori?
ous that the poor Darlington parson hus been
sacrificed for doing what everybody in Con?
gress is doing, .iud that the Mississippi sen?
ator is quashed by reasons that would ex?
tinguish thc Governor of South Carolina.
And everybody knows that the most aban?
doned pimp of the Bowery represents lite
United Slates in thc proudest monarchy of
Europe. There is reason to fear that out?
rages of this sort will become precedents.
It is said that on a certain occasion, Quin,
tho famous Irish wit, was disputing concern?
ing the execution of Charles I of Englaud.
"By what laws," said bis opponent, "was be
"put to death !" Quiu replied: "By all the
"laws tbut he had left them!"
This story luis a moral for us. For ten
years the Radicals have overthrown every
law that opposed their designs. They li*ve
imprisoned, released, disfranchised, enfran?
chised, taxed and bullied whom they pleased.
They have threatened the Chief Justice,
Bnubbed the President, confiscated the tele?
graph offices, seized the accounts of firms
and companies, and ravaged and rampaged
in every direction. Now that a new party
is soon to come into power, what is to pre?
vent some of these law-breakers-say the
two Butlers-from being put into the peni?
tentiary? Cannot Massachusetts spare the
one as easily as Tennessee the other; and is
thor? any law whatever to forbid their being
hung in effigy-or otherwise ?
The Radicals aro playing a dangerous
game in making the law dependent upon the
caprices of a majority. When, in a year or
two, the South and thc West control Con?
gress, it will be simple pity that will spare
the fools and the knaves of Massachusetts,
who now mould the government to their will.
As wo are iu a story-telling humor, we
will mention another incident from Eng?
lish history. The English lawyers, follow?
ing the venerable Sergeaut Mayuard, wait?
ed upon the Priuce of Orange, afterwards
King William, on bis arrival in Loudon.
The Prince took notice of- tho great age of
the sergeant, who was then near ninety.
"Sir," said he, "yon have outlived all the
"men of the law of your younger years."
And Maynard replied: "I should have out
Wived even the law itself, if your Highness
"liad not arrived." Such is precisely our
condition. Uuless the CITIZENS' PARTY pre?
vails in our couutry, no law remains.
Our Own Folley.
Thc Winnsboro' Xe ?cs, which is still of the
?pinion that it is impossible to keep Federal
politics out of the Fall canvass or the Juue
Convention, declares itself in favor of a new
national party and calls upon THE CHARLES?
TON NEWS to show its hand.
Upon the first point, it is sufficient to say
that Federal politics will be kept out of the
Fall canvass by the outspoken determination
of thc people to select and sustain for State
and county office the best men whom they
can get, whether these men voted for Grant
sr for Seymour in the elections of 1S6S.
rhero is no Federal issue, direct or indirect,
;o be decided in the Slate canvass. All that
?ve have to do, und desire to do, is to pull
Jown the bad and set up tho good, to rc- ?
move corrupt and incapable oilicials and re?
place them by men who will servo the public
faithfully and wei!. Whites and blacks,
Democrats und Republicans, think, and will ?
ivork, together. The common danger has
:aused disinterested differences of thought <
ind habit to be set aside. Our one great
-Vant i?, AN ABLE ANO HONEST STATE GOVERN?
MENT. To obtain this is the aim and object
)f thc citizens of the State. The convention
;o be held in Juue next cannot touch Fede?
ral politics. It 13 a convention, not of Dem
jcrats or Republicans, but of the people of
the State who are "in favor of a good and
"honest government." This is all. And
the convention, in our judgment, can do uo
more than nominate a State ticket, which
shall promise some degree of security and
prosperity, and which shall stand a good
chance of election. No thought of Republi?
canism or Democracy can govern the delibe?
rations of a convention whose wise action
is of the first importance to every good citi?
zen, whatever his politics or race.
Our Winnsboro' contemporary wishes TnE
NEWS to show its hand. This is easily done.
The policy of THE NEWS is THE PROSPERITY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA. This can best bo so
cured at this time by avoiding both Democ?
racy and Republicanism. When the Fede?
ral elections of 1S72 approach, it muy be
necessary to take a uew point of departure.
This paper is not tacked to the tail of any
Federal party, and will in the future, as it
has tried to do ir. thc past, support just that
parly which doos the most for the whole
South, and looks with a friendly eye upon
the fortunes of the State. TI1L3, in brief, is
the utilitarian policy of the times.
THE Carolina Spartan announces in em?
phatic terms its cordial approval of the reso?
lutions of the Press Conference. Out of
thirty-seven daily and weakly papers pub?
lished iu South Carolina, twenty-eight huvo
already come into line. This is, indeed, a
grand upheaval of the sentiment of the peo?
TnE President's plan of amnesty, it is
said, is not to require conditions and a long
recital, as in Butler's bill, but to relieve at
once every man who will apply to the courts
and say that be is disqaoliiied by the Four?
So Ress TrtK WORLD AWAY. A Novel. By Mrs.
A. C. Steele, Author of "Gardenhurst." New
York: Harper & Bros. Charleston: John
Fresh, bright, peculiar-this new novel with
its pretty suggestive title, is worth a special
notice in these days of fustian. Far above the
average in style, incident a:?d dramatic por?
traiture, it is thoroughly original and unusually
true to nature. Frankly, its morality is rather
that ol* tho world than of thc cloister; it deals
with living mer and women, and not with
carefully manipulated automata. Mrs. Steele
is not one o? those "'nattering painters" who
"draw men as they ought to be, not as they
.'are.*' She bas studied life carefully, and she
writes with a truthfulness that ls startling
sometimes in its freedom from conventional
hypocrisies. Yet she is neither vulgar, nor in?
delicate, nor uncleanly-and we who have seen
"Ouida" and read (not loved) S'Not Wisely but
"Too Well," know how to be grateful to her
Her people are neither bad nor goody in ex?
tremes. "Lady Di'' is a powerful, fearless,
naturaLs?cetch, and "Mowbray" and "Azalea"
are almost as well done. ..
Ol' course the book is painful. But, in point
of fact, thc bad people do not always come to
utter grief, nor the good marry and live hap?
pily forever after. The moral of life, after all,
is very much now what it was in Hamlet's
time, and Ibis story is very true to its motto :
"Why let tho stricken deer go weep,
The hart nngalled play
For some must watch while some must sleep,
So Huns the H'orld.Aicau.''
Dissolutions of Onpartocrsrjip.
[DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Jj The Brm of BERBUSSE A UER FC EM BY BR ls
this dav dissolved by mutual cousent. The busi?
ness will be continued bv Mr. CHARLES BER
BUSSE, at his old ?'and. No. 379 King street.
aprl Z* CHARLES BERKEMEYER.
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac., now vacant, can readily be rented bv
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cents for twenty words or less, each insertion, if
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T? RENT, THE TWO-STORY HOUSE,
No. 122 Sr. Phillp street, between Morris and
and Cannon streets. Applv on thj premises.
TO RENT, TWO DESIRABLE ROOMS
at thc northeast corner of Anson and Socie?
ty streets. Apply on the premise*, aprl SW?*
TO RENT, A SUITE OF ROOMS IN
a respectable neighborhood. Inquire at No.
.Ju Smith street. aprl 2*
TO RENT, THE GROCERY STORE AT
the southeast coiner or Doughty and Lucas
streets. Applv at No. 23 Middle street.
TO RENT, THE THREE STORY WOOD?
EN HOUSE. No. 33 Radcliffe street, contain?
ing six large square rooms, three dressing rooms;
gas throughout the house, large outbuildings,
staMe and carriage houso, rJMc astern and large
yard. For terms apply to GEORGE II. INGRA?
HAM & SON. No. 19 Vandcrhorst Wharf.
1TJ RENT, A PART OF HOUSE No. 311
East Bay. Apply at Bennett's Mill.
TO RENT, TWO STORES AND A HOUSE
ia thc upper part of Kingstrect. Inquire at
No. 527 King streei. mcli30 4*
rpo RENT. A FINE DWELLING, No. 121
JL CHAPEL STREET. Apply at No: 6 Liberty
street.. mcli29 4*
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PERTY of any kind may bc advertised for
sale in this column, at thc rate of 2? cents for
twenty words or less, each lusertlon, If paid la
FOR SALE, A FARM OF FIFTY ACRES,
near Aiken. S. C.. with a new "nd very
confortable Dwelling Rouse, and all Hie neces?
sary outbuildings. Apply to WILSON GLOVER,
Atlantic Wharf. aprl 1
MULES AND HORSES-A FEW EX- I
TRA large MULES ?nd HORSES, just ai - j
l ived and Tor sale at thc subscriber's Stable.
Queen street, between Friend and Mazy ck.
WEST._ ' aprl 3
FOR SALE, TWO LOTS ON SULLIVAN'S
Islam). Apply at the Point House. Sulli?
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FOR SALE. THE STEAM FLAT ASM
LEY. Length. 00 feet; width. 15 feet: depth
of hold, ' feet. Engine 12 horse power; two Pro?
pellers, each three feet diameter. For particular;
apply to JOHN F. TAYLOR A Ca, Phoenix Iron
Works. _mohflj 6
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT
GREAT BARGAIN.-One sma'd Cy Under TAY?
LOR PRESS In complete repair. It has been bu
ill Lie used, and ls sold sim ?viv because thc present
owner has no use for it. The size of the bcd of
the Press ls forty-four by Cfty-elght inches. Said
Press will bc sold at a great bargain If applied for
at once, as tne room lt occupies Ls wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
Cosl ano ionn?.
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K. to H. p. The tinder will bu liberally rewarded uv
leaving thc same at thc o:llec of DAILY NEWS.
STOLEN FROM THE SUBSCRIBER, ON
on the night of thc 24th Instant, one Bay
Horse, medium size, with a sear on thc face, ?md
u few while iiairs under the scar; and one Dark
Bay Small Jenny Mule, Mind In the left eye, but
not shrunk. Both in very good order. A reward
of lifty dollars will be paid for thc delivery of said
?mim?is to the subscriber at Walterboro'. care of
Mr. JASPER KICK. WILLIAM A. CARTER.
Walterboro'. S. <:., March 2s, 1S70.
LOST, ON FRIDAY LAST, A GOLD
Brooch with a child's Lice painted thereon.
A suitable reward will be paid if left at No. 21
Montague street. - mchsi 2*
LOST, EITHER IN BROAD OR MEET?
ING street, a small Hine Enamelled Locket,
having on one side 8 Cross Inlaid with Pearls.
The Under will be liberally rewarded upon its re?
turn to No. 31 Broad, or 7 Meeting streut,
REMOVAL.-DR. E. E. JENKINS HAS
REMOVED to No. 23 George street, between
Meetiug and King. nnrl 3
REMOVAL-DR. HENRY M. BRUNS
has removed his residence and school from
Wentworth to llcanfaln street,-(north side) ?nc
door west or Pitt. _ann fm2
T)EMOVAL-THE OFFICE OF THE
. V CITIZENS' RA VINOS BANK, and also of
HUGER k RAVEN'.1-.;.. Brokers and Insurance
Agents, removed rroni No. Uti East Bay. to No. 8
ltroad street, formerly Charleston Insurance and
Trust company's Building. aprl 5
WJ. TRIM BEGS RESPECTFULLY
. to Inform ihr ladies and public of
Charleston that he has removed to No. 243 King
street, opposite the Waverly House, where he ls
prepared to offer the largest- and best stock of
rvindow Shades at all prices, ""renell. English and
American Paper Hangings and Decorations, and
a rnll Hue of Upholstery Goo ls. coushuing of
Reps, Terries, Satin Delaines. J. -wool and Union
Damasks. Furniture and Linen Coverings, Swiss
and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, Centres,
Loops, Window Hollands, Oil Cloths and Tab:c
Covers, Mattresses, In Hair, Wool, Cotton and
Mo-.s, also, Pew Cushions, at No. 243 King street,
in the Bend. Couutry orders promptly attended
to. m ch 21
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WANTED, A SOPRANO FOR THE
Choir of St. Pant's Church. Candidates
will please npplv to Professor ECKEL, Organist of
St. Piinl's, No. gi nun street._' mcli31 3
WANTED, A SITUATION, BY A
young mau In a Wholesale or Retail
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WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED HEAD
Walter, and four good Walters. Apply at
the Charleston Hotel at 12 o'clock to-day.
WANTED, AN OLD STYLE (SECOND?
HAND) Bookcase, with glazed doors,
either with or without a Secretary. Must be in
good order. Address, stating price, "Z.," office
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placeas Wet Nurse. Apply at No. 636
King street, Uve doors from Line street.
WANTED.-A RESPECTABLE WHITE
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Wash cr, Ironer or Laundress, capable of either.
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north of Normal School, west side._inch2S
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Teacher, by a ]ady competent to teach
the English Studies, Music and French. Address
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that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, ls executed promptly In the
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CHAMBERLIN'S LAW BOOK
IN THI3 STATE.
Tills Work ls admirably suited for the Legal
Profession and Business Men. Invaluable to
every merchant, every mechaulc, every manu?
facturer, every farmer, every business man, Ac,
Ac. Magistrates will Cad lt or great tue in decid?
ing civil cases. It ls highly recommended by
eminent Judges and Lawyers all over the country.
Price 55, sent prepaid to any portion of thc State
upon receipt of price in money, postof?lce money
order, or draft, or by Express C. O. D. Address
A. M. MACKEY, Columbia, S. C., Agent Tor South
Carolina. mchl8 Imo
j^T ENKE ?z M TTL LE R,
No. 335 KING STREET,
Opposite Society street,
Have J list received and opened a large and tine
MEN'S. TOOTH'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
For Spring and Summer.
LINEN, Linen Duck, Alpaca, Drap D'E:e, Cheviot,
Uawimera aud ciutii Suits
English Walking Coats, or all cdors
White and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac
English and Domestic Hair Hose
Alexander and Couvlsler's Kid, Silk and Thread
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
of Linen and Paper COLLARS, Neckties,
Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Suspen?
ders, Umbrellas, Au.
Also, a large and well selected Stock of
BROADCLOTH, CASS 1MB RE, DOESKIN,
And a large variety of
NEW STYLE *PANTS AND VEST PATTERNS,
which we ofTer to sell by piece, yard or pattern, or
made up into Garments, by measure, lu the latest
style and the shortest uotice.
Our Stock has been selected with groat care,
and purchased since thc rall in gold, which en?
ables us to sell at greatly reduced prices. Buyers
ia ont- linc would do well to give us a call before
All orders will receive our prompt and very
careful attention. Entire satisfaction is guaran?
KS* Mr. J. T. KENNEDY, rormerly or C. I). Carr
A Co., attends to the Cutting Department.
AI L 0 R IN G
The undersigned begs leave to inrorm lils
friends and the public, that lie hos just returned
rrom New York with a full and carefully selected
Stock or SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS or thc
most Fashionable Patterns. He would call spe?
cial attention to his selections or
which he Ls prepared to make np at short notice,
and In thc latest styles. Also, a lull assortment
ot FURNISHING GOODS, Including
THE FAMOUS STAR SUIRTS,
and NECKTIES, SCARFS, Ac, in great variety.
No. 141 King street,
A fow doors north of Queen street.
A^nr?l?' G~TO N , D.C.
THE NEW HOTEL,
Built by W. W. Corcoran, Esq.
T. R0E8SLE ic SON,
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL,
WILL BE OPENED FOR SUMMER VISITORS
?y ROOMS eau bs engaged and plans or Uotel
seen at "Thc Arlington," Washington, ?. C.
T. R0BS3LE & SON,
mehi! ?iaos PRoruisTOBS.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Communica?
tion of this Lodge vrilt be held nt Masonic Hall,
THIS EVENING, at balf-pasi," o'clock.
Candidates for the First Degroe will be nunc
tuai. By order W". M.
YT. W. SIMONS.
MARION LODGE, No. 2,1. 0. 0. F.
The Regular Meeting of this Lodge will bc
held Tn is EVENING, at Odd Fellow's Hall, corner
or Liberty and King streets, at 8 o'clock. Mem?
bers are requested to bc present. Candidates
will attend. E. JNO. WHITS,
apll r_Recording Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at?
tend a Regular Mor-.tbly Meeting or yonr Compa?
ny, at your Hall, THIS (Friday) EVENING, 1st lust.,
ats o'clock precisely.
By order. A. M. COHEN.
, aprl_Secretary E. P. S. E. Co.
MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend the Regalar Monthlv Meeting ol
your Company, at your Hall. Tuts (Friday) EVEN?
ING, at haf-past 7 o'clock. By order.
GEORGE A. CALDER.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-The Regular Monthly Meet?
ing or this Society, will bc held Tuis EVVNINO. at
8 O'clock. MANNING SIMONS, M. D.,
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION -The Monthly Meeting will
be held at Masonic Hall This EVENING. April 1st,
at 8 o'clock. A rcw shares or Stock will be sold
previous to the sale or thc money. Dues from
Stockholders will be received during the day, at
the store of Wm. G. Whliden A co., corner or
King and Beauraiu streets, and at thc Hall In the
EVENING. JOSEPH WHILDEN,
aprl Secretary and Treasurer.
J?'RN?L~1OVEFJE STAM PS" ~
OF ALL DENOMINATIONS.
For sale by HUGER A RAVENEL,
aprl 2 No. 8 Broad street.
So aro mg.
transient, anil DAY BOARDERS can be
pleasantly accommodated at the corner or Went?
worth and Glebe streets. aprl 12*
APRIL NUMBER OF THE
TUE GREAT SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED
HORTICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL MAGA?
Largest o? Its Class South-S4 pages imperial 8vo.
Reading Matter. Price $2 per annum.
For sale at "HOLMES'," "FUGAFtTiES" and
"BOINEST A MARTIN," and at the Publishers,
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
aprl rm3 No. 3 Broad street.
LAW CLANKS FOR PRACTICE,
Under thc new Code ol Procedure or this State, a
Tull supply now ready and for sale by
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
and Legal Printer,
No. 155 Meeting street.
mcli22 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
(Erjina, OrocKcrn, S?t.
QV? AND ENGRAVED GLASS OF
IN CO M PL ETE SETS,
THIN STRAW STERNE IMPORTEl.- ?YARE.
LEMONADES. EGG GLASSES.
AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS WARE,
ALL AT REDUCED PRICES.
On exhibition and for sale at thc
CHINA AND CROCKERY ESTABLISHMENT
WM. G. TVHILDEN *Sc CO.,
DEALER IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER
No. 255 KINO STREET.
CORNER OF BEA UFA IN.
aprl smosDtc Charleston, S. C.
iUacliinerr), (Eastings, &c.
pH O NIX~TR ?ITITOTK ST~
JOHN F: TAYLOR ?CO.,
CAMERON A CO.,
EXG1.SEERS, ROILERMA KEES, dc,
NOS. 4, 6, 8, 10 AND 12 PKlTCtlAHD STREET,
(Near thc Dry Dock,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY DE?
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEAR INC.
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS.
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND, IN IRON OR
Cuarnutce to furnish ENGINES AND BOILERS
of as good quality and power, aud atas low rates,
as can be had lu New York, Baltimore or PhUa
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED Tt.
ADE?IY OP MUSIC
Proprietor.Mr. J.vo. CHADWICK
Leiste.Miss LAURA KEENI
THIS (Friday) EVENING, April l,
BENEFIT OF MISS LACK A KEENE.
Ou which occasion will bc presented a Doable
Dr Oliver Goldsmith's Glorious Old English
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER !
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER !
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER !
KATE HARDCASTLE.Miss LACTU KEENE
And the Exquisite Comedietta,
TWO CAN PLAT AT THAT GAME. .
As performed with great success by Miss Keene
at Wallack's and La?ra Keene's Theatres, New
York, and Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia;
SATURDAY, THREE PIECES,
Is SHE MAO? OR, THE DELUSIONS !
ACTRESS BY DAYLIGHT!
* AND TOODLES
OUR AMERICAN. COUSIN,
For thc Last Time in this City. Curtain Rises
at 12 Noon.
Seats scoured at thc Box Office during the day.
Q IT I ZEN'S SAVINGS BANK,
SOUTH CARO I- INA,
CHARLESTGN BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET,
(Formerly Charleston Insurance and Trust
Rev. WILLIAM MARTIN. President.
J. B. PALMER, vice-President.
J. P. THOMAS, vice-President.
THOS. E. GREGO, Cashier.
D. RAVE NE L, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
B. H. RUTLEDGE, Solicitor.
LOCAL FINANCE COMMITTE:
EDW'D N. THURSTON. | L. D. DESAUSSURE.
CLELAND K. HUGER.
Deposits of One Dollar and upwards received.
Iuterest allowed at the rate of Six Per Cent.
Compounded Seml-Annually on Accounts.
Dally (Snndays and Holidays excepted,) from 9
A. M. to 2 P. M.; and on Saturdays from 6 to 8 P.
M., lu addition.
All Money deposited lu this Bauk on or before
the ?th day of each calendar month will bear In?
terest (at c per cent ) for that month the same as '
If deposited on 1st instant. aprl 6
QFFICE OF THE
NEW YORK, January io, 1870.
THE PAID CP CAPITAL IS.$1,848,300 00
TEE COMPANY HAS THE FOLLOWING ASSETS:
Cash in Bank and In England. $060,406 SI
Government bonds, demand and bond
and mortgage loans. 335,450 00
Real estate, bank and railroad stocks
and bonds. 527,298 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
aud from all ports lu the world at the current pre?
mium lu gold or currency, as may be desired.
Certificates are Issued under which losses are
made payable at the Company's Bankers lu Lon?
don or Liverpool, and arc available with Bankers
abroad and at home as collateral security.
A Cash Discount from thc 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. GCION, JOHN R. GARDNER,
SAML. D. BAECOCK, HENRY F. SPAULDING,
JAMES M. BROWN, WILSON G. HUNT,
N. CnANDLBR, J. B. JOHNSTON,
WM. M. EVAII-3, GEO. W. BEE,
JOHN ALLEN, ROBERT SPEDDING,
THOMAS SLOCOMB, GEO. W. HENNINGS,
W. BUTLER DUNCAN. CnAS. LULING,
Jons J. CRANE, JOHN L. ASPINWALL,
CHAS. G. LANDON, JACOB DE NEUFVILLE,
M. A. SORCIIAK, HENRY M. TABER,
C. C. BALDWIN, NATHL. B. WEED,
FRANK PHELPS, FREDK. SCHCCHARDT,
JAMES T. SOUTTER, GEO. WESTFELDT,
JOHN A. PARKER, President.
ALEXR. MACKAY. vice-President.
W. T. LOCKWOOD, Secretary.
Q.U ARDIAN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZRD IN 1S59.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PER CENT.
Polices In force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. HOOKER, Vice-Presld- u .
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
O. A. FUD1CKAR, Superintendent.
Hou. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Fu-ni of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (Vermllye A Co.)
Chas. C. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney k Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Relining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout k Co.
Wm. Wintens, Firm of Wilkens A Co.
Julias ll. Pratt, Mercaant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. T.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Insur?
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM & ISSERTEL,
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. O.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
?roceriea, ??mors, Ut.
J?AY LANDING. -*
200 bales North Elver HAY, for sale low, by
WBST & JONES,
aprl_No. 70 East Bay.
JgEARGRASS HAMS AND .FLOTTE.
io casks of the celebrated BEARGRASS TJAMS.
48 quarter bags of Cholee South Carolina Flour.
For sal? by J. N. ROBSON,
aprl lo?c_Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
DAVIS' DIAMOND AND NfCW.PORK
PIG (?NBAGGED) HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
A full supply of thc above, ail small sizes, Just
received at the
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered tree. aprl
jp EAS! PE A S !
Wanted, 2000 bushes CLAY PEAS, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
mch30 12 JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
QIDES AND SHOULDERS.
60 boxes Prime Long Clear MIDDLES
4 hhds. Smoked Shoulders. For sale by
mch30 3_ T. TUPPER A SONS.
gUTLER'S IXL OLD-PASTE BLACKING
In the form of a permanently soft paste, lt com?
bines, in the highest degree, all the best qnaiirles
of a Polish Blacking. With half the usual labor a
polish is produced eqoal to patent leather.
We consider this thc best Blacking in use.
Tweuty-tlve cents per Jar, $2 50 per dozen. Dis?
count to the trade. WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
mcl)29 e_No. 275 King street.
TTTELSH'S MADEIRA, SHERRY AND
Y Y CLARET, IN CASKS.
We are prepared to take order3 for either of
the above WINES, delivered in Charleston. For
prices, apply to STONEY A LOWNDES,
mch25 ftu2mos_Vanderhorst's Wharf.
SILLERY and EXTRA DRY. in baskets, In
cases. For sale by ad Wholesale Grocers and
Stile Agents for the United States.
SCHULTZE A TAILER,
No. 40 Beaver street, New York,
men 22 tuf2mos
Sigricultnre, ?jorticnltnr?, Uz.
Raised by DAVID DICKSON, ot Oxford, Georgia.
BOYD PROLIFIC SEED,
Raised by J. MOTTE ALSTON, of Osnlchea, Ala.
Above Seed received direct. For sale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors,
Corner Hayne and Church streets,
aprl fl_Charleston, S. 0.
J^J-ELLISH FRUIT BASKET.
Having the Agency for thc above for South Car*
ollna and Florida, we offer them to Fruit Growers
and the Trade as tho handsomest, cheapest and
most durable BASKET In use.
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
mcli31_No. 215 Bast Bay.
COTTON SEED" for sale.
A. P. AMAKER,
St. Matthew's, S. 0.
Refer to Messrs. PELZER, RODGERS A CO.,
Just received, Superior BLACK IMPHEE SEED,
and for sale by FRANCIS 0. CART,
mehi No. 32 East Bay street.
gOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
Having received a small supply I can ?1R orders
for the present.
J. N. ROBSON,
NOS. 1 AKD 2 ATLANTIC WHARF.
300 barrels Superior LAND PLASTER, war?
ranted to eontnin 90 pr i-cent, of the Sulphate of
Lime, at $2 per barrel of330 pounds, and a liberal
discount In large lots.
PBRUYIAN GUANO, from the Guannpe Islands,
at lowest market rates, with a liberal discount m
lots of five tons and upwards. For sale by
J. N. ROBSON,
aprl 1 D*c Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
VTO. I PERUVIAN GUANO. FROM THE
ll CHINCHA ISLANDS.
100 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, landing
from schooner Maud Webster.
For sale by T. J. KERR & CO.
MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPER?
PHOSPHATE OF LIME. ??
The schooner Jas. W. Wilson having ar vd,
and a portion of her cargo of thc above. l
FERTILIZER remaining unsold, factors . :J
planters can now have their orders Ailed without
delay, by applying to
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
General Agents for South Carolina,
mcli2S No. 228 East Bay. Charleston, S. C.
QENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO.
25 tons of PERUVIAN GUANO T?rsalo, warrant?
ed pure. JAMES R. PRINGLE A SON,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
mcli24 No. 6 Adger's North Wharf.
?J^AND PLASTER! LAND PLASTER !
50 barrels of Superior LAND PLASTER, receiv?
ed from Belfast, Me. For sale by
J. A. BNSLOW A- CO.,
mchio 12 No. 141 East Bay.
A ? A N O,
PERUVIAN GUANO, from Chincha Islands, at
$100 per ton of 2240 lbs.
Peruvian Guano, from Guanape Island, at $90
per ton or 2240 lbs.
Soluble Pacific Guano, $65 cash, $70 time.
Reese's Flour of Bone, $65 cash, $70 time.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, at $12 per ton.
Baugh's Raw Bone superphosphate, at $60
cash, $65 time. For sale by
J. N. ROBSON,
t Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
mch2 Die wfmlmo
loo tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, from the
150 tons No. l Peruvian Guano, from the
50 tous Whltelock's Vegetntor.
50 tons Pure Dissolved Hone.
60 tons Pure Ground Bone.
50 tons Andrew Coe's Superphosphate of Liol?.
25 tons Pnre Nova Scotia Laud Plaster.
25 tons Fish Guano.
For hale by T. J. KERR A CO.
Cigars, Sobacro, Ut.
TOBACCO MANUFACTURER'S AGENCY,
No. 151 EAST BAY,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
all grades and styles, direct from manufacturers.
Purchasers are respectfully invited to examine
Orders received for th? manufacture of any
style or quality, and branded to suit parties or?
dering, m ch 30
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish au classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of the
time, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50 cents to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional Bum by devoting their whole timo to the
business. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. That ali who see this notice may send their
address, and test the business, we make this un?
paralleled offer : To such as arc not well satisfied,
we will send $1 to pay lor the trouble or writing.
Fell partienlars, a valuable sample, which wlU do
to commeuee work on, and a copy or "The Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-one of the largest
and best family newspapers published -aU sent
rree by maiL Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO
Augasta, Maine. JanlT 3moa*