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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871.
JfE WS OE TSE DA T.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at ll.
-Cotton closed doll and downward at 19KC.;
sales 2665 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed with a downward
tendency and dull; uplands barely 7>?d.; Orleans
7Xd.; saiee 8O00 bales.
-It ls calculated that two months will elapse
before Paris will be properly provisioned again.
-Bismarck has been decorated with the Iron
Croea of the "rat grade.
-One hundred and sixty large guns, captured
at Metz, ai rived In one day at Berlin.
-"?b'aex-Qaeen Isabella intends to Ox her resi?
dence m Ansi ria, and ia negotiating for the pur?
chase of a chateau near Vienna.
-The steamer Rob Roy, from St. Louis to Eeo
kuk, exploded her boiler, killing a negro and
blowing two camels overboard.
' -The Germans of San Francisco are preparing
Xor a grand celebration In honor of the conclu?
dion of peace between France and Germany
-Before the Biege of Paris there were 100,000
horses in the city. On the 2btb or January there
were still 33,000 horses In Paris, of which 660 were
-Fate seems to frown on France from all dlrec
tiona. The cattle plague is said to be making
havoc along the French and Belgian frontier, on
both aldea or the line:
-The cigar-makers of Havana have held a
meeting, and petitioned Spain to repeal the mon
-qpoly passed last January, as lt affects the tobac
00 Interests unfavorably in Coba.
-The Inventor of the Bavarian mitrailleur re
ceives $4000 for the invention, and an additional
au m of $120 as royalty on every mitrailleur
which leaves Ahe government manufactory
-A son was born to Marshal Bazaine recently,
which, althongh lt saw the light in Germany, was
still born on French "soil," as the marshal had
taken the precaution to bring with him into his
ilya long chest Tull of French earth.
Four Prussian efflcera and several privates on
doty at Versailles ard engaged to be married to
certain lively demoiseUes of that town, and are
only walting for 1 he close of the war to commence
extensive nuptial festivities.
-The Cleveland Plalndealer thinks that Bowen,
toe marrying carpet-bag Congressman from
Sooth Carolina, onght to do something handsome;
for that Juror who stood out all night in favor of
acquittai, against the other eleven, and suggests
that he-transfer to bim one of his wives.
-Mlle. Schneider, the great interpreter of ope
ra OOH Te, is coming to this country very Boon
At least we judge se from the fact that a report or
ber death was sent here by cable the other day,
to be followed, as soon as her obituary was sur
fluently published, by a denial containing assur
anees that there is no diminution in her several
pasvere. These show fellows are np to aU sorta er
-Lt'ls'said that Mr. Charles Reade has chosen I ?
as the heroine of his new novel "A Great Temp ta- | <
thin," a notorious courtesan,* who has been the
talk of London for several years past. Mr. Reade
la nothing if not sensational, but he ls shrewd as
areli. Next to gossip about tueir own neigh
Dora, the majority of persons most an Joy an in
' sight Into the lives of people and especially of
women "living on the other side or the line.
-General Bourbaki was thns described six
months ago by a correspondent: "He ia a wou
dronsyswordsman, and often, it is said, performs
thereat with which Slr Walter Scott rendered
Saladin famous-laying a silk handkerchief on
the blade of his scimitar and shredding lt ha two
with an almost imperceptible movement of the
arm. It ls said that General Bourbaki can even
exceed the dexterity of Mosa, the Saracen chief,
made so renowned by Lord Lytton."
-The 84,000 men under General Bourbaki, who
tuve taken refoge In Switzerland, swell the
?amber of French prisoners and of fugitives
interned in neighboring States to more than a
million ; 930,000, according to the North German
Gazette, are prisoners or war, Inclusive, or
course, or the garrison or Parts; nearly 20.Q0O
fled Into Belgium after the battles of Metz and
Sedan, and mare maa 80,000 have now crossed
the Swiss frontier. Thia enormous total of 1,034,
.00, remarks the Gazette, is unparalleled in his?
-The Parla Gaulois of February 6 describes the
scene around the Paris market .on the day pre?
vious, when for the first time since the com?
mencement of the siege fresh fish was exposed
for sale. Three cargoes or Ash were brought in
'daring the day, and were sold in a trice. All day a
dense, straggling, excited crowd, maddened by-| 1
the sight or the treasures or the deep and by the
salty sea-smell or tbe nih, poured into the mar?
ket. The sight or soles, turbots, mackerel and
herrings was provocative or a wUd delirium that
baffles description. Everybody waa there-the f ?
rich, the poor, merchants, workmen, soldiers,
sailors, gen t lemon, and even lad ie* or quality.
-The fine Cathedral or St. Denis has suffered
bat little from the bombardment. Every precuu- I '
tlon had been taken to protect lt with sand-bags, j <
The stained glass ls Intact, or all bat Intact. Only
four shells have penetrated to the Interior or the t
-budding. One or the elaborately-oarved crosses
on the top of tho buttress has been splintered od,
and a coping-stone has been shattered. Tals (
sams up the evil done to the cathedral by fte
.hells of tne enemy. The splendid carving on the
-arches around the great door has not been harm?
ed in the least, althongh there bave been some
Tery. narrow escapes. The aspect or the cathe?
dral inside is very strange; the tombs or the kings
bave all been protected by sand hag - ; the interior
JU ay be called one great sand bag.
-Prince Mite FutrtmL uncle of the reigning Em
peror or Japan, with seven att8eh.es* sons ?jr the
nobility, Jago;, (I. e., Lord.) A rio ari Morl', Charge
d'Affaires from the Government of Japan-to that
-or the United States, with two secretaries and an
attache, and eighteen youths, from 18 to 28.yeara
old, sons of prominent men who have oome to
attend school and Anally acquire a college educa?
tioD, nave arrived at Now York. Ur. Morl ls toe
first resident Japanese ?charged with diplomatic
rune tiona to the United States, TUC consul Tor
Japan at San Francisco, who for eleven years
past has been tbe only agent of that government
m this country, accompanies them, and will pro?
ceed with the party to Washington and see them
duly Installed in their legation house before re?
turning to California.
-The aspects or the great coal panic in New
York are summed np very concisely. The fact ls
there ls not more than a week or ten days' sup?
ply of coal In the city, and no more can be ob?
tained so long as thc combination between the
coal and the rat'road companies continues. After
nex week the gas sompanles will be unable to
obtain coal, and the city-will be in darkness at
night, the same as Paris during the latter period
of the?lege. To the rich a difference of $5 or
even $39 a ton In coal is a small afialr. They lay
In enough coal In the fair to last them until
spring. But to the poor, who can only buy coal
by the half ton or the bushel, lt ls as serious a
matter as a bread famine. They, and they emly,
will be the sufferers. This 'scarcity is duo to a
combination of capitalists and coal operators to
realize fortunes, out of the necessities of the
people, by artificial prlceB. There aro 2,000,000
tons of coal at the mmes, but the railroads have
put up the carrying price to a prohibitive figure
to break down the miners' unions.
A Thorn for the Greenville Ring.
The statemeut contained in our Colum?
bia dispatches that the Greenville Railroad
Bili did not pass tbe House by a constitu?
tional vote, appears to be sustained by a
reference to Section 7, Article XI, of the
State Constitution, which is as follows :
"SECTION 7. .For the purpose of defraying
extraordinary expenditures, the State may
contract public debts; but such debts shall be
authorized by law for some single object, to be
distinctly specified therein; and no such law
shall take effect until it shall have been passed
by the rote of tico-thinls of the members of
each branch of the General Assembly, to be
recorded by yeas aud nays on the journals ol'
each House respectively; and every such law
shall levy a tax annually sufficient to pay the
annual interest ot such debt."
Tilts section clearly requires that the
vote shall be two-thirds of the members
that is, of all the members-and not merely
two-thirds of the members voting. There
are 124 members of the House of Repre?
sentatives, of which number eighty-three
are two-thirds. But on the passage of the
Greenville Bill the vote was, ayes 77, noes
23, and the Bili, therefore, failed to receive
"the vote of two-thirds of the members"
as the constitution requires. This will be
a, pretty question for the courts if all else
fails ! _ \
The Tricks of the Pert Royal Ring.
The New York stock-jobbers who are
nursing the Fort Royal scheme have plucked
up heart of grace, and are determined to
put ia their claim fer a slice of public
About a week ago the Port Royal men
were all agog, ear-wigging members of the
General Assembly aad lobbying actively
among the State officials. What they ask
for is "only one million dollars," and they
claim that if tho Legislature eau afford
to give Neagle, Patterson, Crews <t Co.
$2,000,000 to save them from the conse?
quences of a bap-hazard speculation, thi
same virtuous body may just cu woli givo
another set of adventurers one million dol?
lars to enable them to build a railroad which
cannot live by ila local traffic, and must
fight with two gigantic opponents for every
dollar of through freight. It is six of one
and half a dozen of the other. The Port
Royal project is just about as honest au un
?ertaking as the Greenville infamy; that is
to say, both of them are unmitigated swin
3les-barefaced attempts to rob, with the
forms of law, the Treasury of the Stale.
There is one distinction, with a diflerence,
between the two Scheines. The Greenville
Ring hive money iu profusion ; the Port
Royal Ring have little, if any, money, and
ilea**chiefly in "promises to pay." When,
therefore, it seemed likely that the Green?
ville greenbacks would succeed where the
Port Royal promises would ignominiously
Fail, the Port Royal Ring changed front and
idopted a policy worthy cf the Heathen
Chinea A number of telegrams were sent
from New York to Columbia announcing'
that, unless the Port Ro3'aI Ring received
?heir million, their New York allies would
areak down the credit of the State. Another
lispatch said that South Carolina bonds were
ibout to be stricken from the list of the New
?ork Stock Exchange. Another dispatch said
that unless tbe Port Royal Bill were passed,
all -other 'Financial Bills should fall to the
ground. Before this, the representatives of
the Port Royal Ring had waited ou Gover?
nor Scott and informed him that, unless he
would help them to get their million, they,
and their friends, would unfold a- tale of
financial infamy which would knock the bot?
tom out of tbe credit of the State. Gover?
nor Scott told them that be would fight the
Port Royal Bill, and every other Bill which
proposed to increase the liabilities of the
State. The Ring delivered themselves of
another volley of threats. Governor Scott
told them to go on aud do their worst. And
they have done it.
Another sharp dodge is to puff up the po
?itioa and advantages of Port Royal, and to
?uggest. that Congress will build up a huge
Naval station there, when the Port Royal
road-aided by the legislative million dollars
-is 'completed. Glowing descriptions of
trade with Europe, of steamship lines, o?
crowded cars, of universal prosperity and
peace, are engineered into the public priot3
-all the, pretty tilings dependiug on that
Yet the Port Royal Ring were in a mori
>und condition when the Greenville Bill
massed the House. This gave them fresh
?ourage, and they are working with a will.
Their Bill can be killed in the House. All
:uat is necessary is for the minority to op?
pose ft as actively as they opposed tbe
greenville swindle. It is not likely to get
ihrough the House, a?ul cannot pass the
Senate, so long as the honest members of
the General Assembly stand firmly at their
A RADICAL contemporary says tha.t three, [
tfausqnd dollars was the price offered on
Tuesday for votes in the Senute in favor of
Lhe-Gxeenvillc and Columbia Railroad Bill.
AndlfiV'senator who dodges the question '
i>y going home before the vote is taken, is as
guilty, morally, as the senator who accepts
The Tote on the Greenville Infamy.
"We print with much pleasure the foIloWinj]
explanatory note from Mr. J. L. Shanklin,
one of the Reform members of the House of
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, February 27.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
I see by your morning's, paper that I am in?
cluded Da the ."Roll of Infamy" as havine vo?
ted for the (ireeavilie and Columbia Railroad
swindle. By reference to the Journal you will
find that I voted throughout against the BILL
J. L. SHANKLIN.
It appears that the vote of Mr. Shanklin,
in the first instance, was improperly record?
ed, and the error was not discovered until
the journal waa read on the following morn?
ing. The corrected journal shows that Mr.
Shanklin (to his honor be it said!) voted
against' the Greenville Bill "all the way
WB LE*RN that Governor Orr has written
a letter in which it is declared that the pas?
sage of the infamous Greenville Bill will ruin
the credit of the State, and impose an addi?
tional burden of taxes which will be unen?
durable. Governor Orr says that he hopes
for its defeat for the sake of the couhtry and
of the Republican party.
.funeral Notices. .
??LT- TEE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. PETER D. LINCOLN an*
family are Invited to attend his Funeral Servir is
at Mount Pleasant-tue Episcopal Charch-'fins
MORNING, at ll o'clock. mari-*
MACKI.V-Died. In Charleston, on February
25th, 1371, MATTHEW ir. MACKIN, aged 37 rears,
a native of Bos m earn, County of Westmeath,
Ireland, and a resilient of inls city for the last
nlueieen years. Soothing to the spirit and touch
ins- to to the heart, is the sublime grandeur of a
believer's death-passing away from earthly
things like a liberated prisoner shaking ort his
chains and joyouMy ent?rina into the presence of
his Maker, full of confidence In the undying
words of bis blessed Redeemer.
we who arc left behind m .nm, for our loss Is
grear, but we loek beyond the dark curtain which
divides us from onr friend, hum .iv but confident?
ly trusting that there. In 'he regions of eternal
p?ace. he has met the reward promised to the
May our last end be like his. *
^CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK-CHARLESTON, S. C., AGENCY,
MARCH 1,1871.-This Company having declared
a Scrip Dividend of FIFT1" PER CENT, on the
earned premiums of participation policies for
the post year, holders of such can obtain their
scrip by calling at the otTlce of the Agent, No. 109
East Bay, next to Courier Office.
ra ar 2-2_A. L. TOBfAS. Agcn\
pS CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
Line Schooner N. W. SMITH, from New York,
will send for Goods to Adger's North Wharf, or
pay Storage. Oialms must be made known to
the Clerk on Wharr. WILLIAM ROACH k CO.,
pS- SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S
OFFICE, NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
PANY, CHARLESTON, S. C., FEBRUARY 28,
1871.-NOTICE.-The Interest Coupons of the
Bonds of thls^ompany, maturing on the first of
March, I87l,*wlll be pald.'up'on presentation, at
the People's National Bank of this city.
marl-2 Secretary and Treasurer.
ps- N O TIC E.-OFFlCF. SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON. S. C.-The Coupons for Interest on
the Bonds of the Charleston and Savannah Rail?
road Company, guaranteed by the State of South
Carolina, which mature-March 1st, ian, win b?.|
paid on presentation at the First National Bank
of Charleston. S. W. FISHER,
~pS- N OTIC E.-OFFICE SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-The Coupons on the Bonds
of the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Com?
pany, for Funded Interest, which mature March
1st, 1S71, will be paid on presentaron at the Bank?
ing House of H H. KtMPTO.V, Finaucial Agent
State of South Carolina, No. 0 Nassau street, Now
York, or ar the First National Bank of Charleston,
at the option or holders. S. W. FISHER,
PS* STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF DARLINGTON.-COURT OF COM?
MON PLEAS.-JOSEPH -S. BURCH AND E. J.
BURCHE Plaintiffs, vs. HARRIET L. SOWERS. .Ad
mis: rat nx of the Estate of J A li KS SOWERS, de?
ceased.-Copy Summons for Money Demand.
(Complaint not Served.)-To HARRIET L. SOW?
ERS, Defendant in this action : You are
hereby snmmoued and required to answer the
complaint In this action, which ls riled in the
ottlce of thc Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for the said County, and to serve a cony of your
answer on the subscribers at their ottlce, at Dar?
lington Courthouse, within twenty days after the
si "? xe or this summons on you, exclusive of Che
day of service.
lt you fall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take Judgment
against you, as Administratrix as aforesaid, for
the sum or fourteen hundred and seventy-two
22-100 dollars, with Interest and costs.
Dated January 31st, 1871.
MCIVER A BOYD,
To HARRIET L. SOWERS, Admlntstrtrlx: Take
notice that thc summons in this action, of which
the foregoing ls a copy, was tiled in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas foj the
County of Darlington, and State of South Carolina,
at Darlington Courthouse, on the 31st day or Jan?
uary, 1871. MCIVER A BOYD,
Plaint iris' Attorneys.
Darlington Courthouse, February d, 1871.
pS- GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, willi sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent Tree, in sealed, envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pS- BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
.the use of alt nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. JNO. C. BAKER A .CO., Philadel?
A full supply on hand by
DR. ft. BAER,
feb;-tutlis6mos_No. 131 Meeting street.
jar- FOR MOTH PATCHES;
Freckles and Tan, use PERRY'S MOTH AND
FRECKLE LOTION. The only reliable and harm
less rem-dy known to soienee for removing
brown discolorations from the Face. Prepared
only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, No. 40 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Whole?
sale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, S.
?S* PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones, Blackworms or Grubs, Pimply Erup?
tions and blotched disfigurations on the Face, use
PERRY'S COMEDONE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond street,.New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale by DOWIE,
MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, S. C.
pS- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the G EN i TO
URINARY ORGANS, wdl receive the latest seien-,
tifie treatment by placing themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postofnce.
Special ff otites.
S1000 REWARD ISfrOFFBRED BY
tue proprietor of Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT./ or
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT, for a medicine
that will equal it In the cure of all those diseases
for which lt is recommended, among which are
severe, acute or lingering Coughs, Consumption
in Its early stages, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint,
or Biliousness, Constipation of the Bowels, Scrof?
ulous diseases and Skin diseases, as Eruptions,
Pimples, Blotches and Bolls. It-is sold by drug?
&r BRONCHI TI S.-THE USUAL
symptoms of this disease are Cough, Soreness of
the Lung* or Throat, Hoarseness, Difficulty of
Breathing, Hectic Fever, a Spitting of Phlegm or
Matter, and sometimes Blood. It ls an inflam?
mation of the tine skin lining the Inside of-the
whole of the Wind Tubes or Air Vessels which run
through every part of- the Lungs. JAYNE'S EX?
PECTORANT Immediately suppresses the Cough,
Pain, Inflammation, Fever and Difficulty of
Breathing: produces a free and easy expectora?
tion, and effects a speedy cure. Sold by all Drug?
gists, and GOODRICH, WINE MAN A CO., Charles
ten, S. 0._ ._mar2-th3tu3
?M* CITY TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE OF
CITY APPRAISER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON,
S. C., FEBROARY 2isT, 1871.-Notice .is hereby
given to all concerned that RETURNS for all
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY, within the
limits of the City or Charleston, shall be made
and delivered at this office on or before the
twenty-first day of March, 1871, for the year com?
mencing on the first day of January, 1871. veri?
fied by oath, of the person whose duty it is to so
list or return said property possessed by him, or
under his control, either as owner, agent, parent,
husband, guardian, executor, administrator, trus?
tee, receiver, officer, partner, factor, or holder,
with the VALUE of such PERSONAL property so
held or controlled.
By Section 51 or Act No. 22, of>the Legislature
of 1S6S, approved September 15th, providing for
theasse?sment and.taxation of property, which
act was extended, so far asapplicable, to the City
of Charleston, by an act of the Legislature, passed
March l*t, 1S70, lt, ls made the duty of the City
Appraiser to add fifty percent., and one dollar as
penalty for failure or neglect to make returns of
property within the time given so to do, and must
The following must be returned for taxation as
Personal Property, viz:
Horses and Mules.
Gold and silver Watches.
Gold and Silver Plate.
Piano Forte?, Melodeons, or Cabinet Organs.
Carts or other vehicles.
Average value of Goods, Merchandise, or other
commodities pertaining to business as merchant,
agent or otherwise, between the first days of Jan?
uary, 1870, ahd 1871.
Average value of all Materials used or provided
for usc In business as a manufacturer or other?
wise, between the first days of January, 1S70, and
Value of all Machinery, Engines, Tools, Fixtures
aud Implements used or provided, and of all man?
ufactured articles on hand on January 1st, 1871.
Value or Moneys, Including Bank Bills and Cir?
culating Notes on hand or deposit.
Value of all Credl s over legal Indebtedness.
Value or all Investments lu the Bonds or Stocks
or any company, corporation or person, in or out
ol this city (except National Banks out or this
city.) and of the gross receipt! of Insurance
Agencies In money and notes, between the first
days of January, 1870, and 1871, namely:
Value or all other Personal Property,-including
feh22-lmo P. J. QOOGAN, City Appraiser.
p&- BURNING AND SHAKING.-BY A
'ridiculous misapplication or language, invalids
are sometimes said to "enjoy very poor health,"
but lt ls not cn record that any human being was
ever spoken ot as enjoying chill? and rever. Aud
yet there are thousands, at this moment in one or
the other or the two stages or the disorder, who
mifht Juot aa woll hare avatUcd Ivar liol. If
I there is anything demonstrable in therapeutics,
lt ls that HOVTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 13
an autldote to Intermittent fevers. No Instance
eau be cited In which lt has been taken, either as
a safeguard against this class of diseases or as a
remedy for them, and failed to produce the de?
sired effect The season when malarious fevers
are rile has commenced, and no Inhabitant o! any
district subject to their visitations should be with?
out this great preventive and remedy. Indeed, lt
ls a most potent, protection against all the ail?
ments which prevail in tue spring months.. From
mar.ih and pool, and from all moist soils are now
rising the mephltic elements which give birth to
fever, Indigestion, blllou-mcss, colics and a whole
host of epidemic and other maladies. Aid the
system to resist them. Energize aud regulate all
the animal functions tvlth this reinforcing ageut.
This precaution ti as necessary lu cities as in new
settlements, for malarious fevers are now almost
as common lu the great centres of population as
on the borders of the southern bayous and
marshes and the rich agricultural regions ol the
West. The preventive aud remedy Is accessible
to alL Who will be uuwl-e enough to brave reck?
lessly the danger lt would avert ? fr I>25-6OAC
jar NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK.
Cn/RTERED BY TBE GOVERNMENT OF THE
CNITED STATES-DEPOSITS OVER $2,250,000
CHARLESTON BRANCH No. 74 BROAD STREET.
-Deposits made on or before March 20th will
draw Interest from March 1st.
Interest paid or Compounded March, July and
Deposltsof $50, anil upwards, draws Interest
Deposits can be withdrawn, without notice,
during Banking hours, from o A. M., to 2 P. M.
Open Saturday nights from 5 to 8, to receive
Deposits only. NATHAN RITTER,
jar- TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES?
TON.-The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY would respectfttfiy represent that their pre?
sent financial condition compels them to make
an appeal to your well-known liberality and pub?
After five years' uninterrupted service onr appa
L ratus, worn and Injured by the faithful duty per?
formed, has been sent to the builders for repairs.
The pay from the city, having.been greatly re?
duced, ls Inadequate to meet our current expenses
and pay the debt incurred by the company for the
necessary repairs now being made.
The following gentlemen have been appointed
to call on the citizens for donations :
A. W. LEWIN, Vice-Pr?sident,
P. FINS, J. MCDOUGAL,
GEO. RE LYE A, J. ROSIS,'
J. CM v HER, JAS. QUINN,
M. OAKEY. ' M. KING.
By order of the Company.
IL S. BHUNS, President
J. S. WE3TBND0RFF, Secretary.
I cheerfully recommend the appeal ur the above
Company. M. H. NATHAN,
jan25 Chler Fire Department.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE AND STORE
No. 15K Kiug street. Apply at No. 54 Kyig
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
, STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trumbn's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apulv at-No. 1 Hay ne street.
or a married couple, can obtain BOA KD In
a private family, Meeting street, two doors nbove
SUMMERVILLE.-FXCELLENT P R I
VATE BOARD IS to be had here, at moderate
rates. The whiter climate is warm. Refer to Hr.
C. N. HUBERT, No. 12 Eas. Bay. or to Mr. E. T.
HUOHES, First National Bank, Charleston,
" i?te?mas,. .,. .
PY?HAGOBE AN ?iODGEt%o. 21? A. F.
lt-A Regular Communication of the abofe
Lodge will be held atllasonlc Ball, TBIS (Thara
day ) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Members arerequest
ed to come prepared to liquidate their arrears, as
the Arrear List will receive a third reading, and
the rule applicable thereto rigidly enforced. Can?
didates for the M. M. Degree will be punctual.
By order of the w. M.
mart n. STEWART, Secretary.
CO an ts.
WANTED.-A STORE WANTED TO
RENT lu Klug street, between Market
and Ge'orge streets. Please addri-ss' Key Box,
PostoiTlco, No. 504.!' stating location and price.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A RE
SPECTABLE colored woman as nurse,
house servant or chambermaid. ls willing to
travel with a family. Can give good recommen?
dations. Apply at No. 144 Meeting street.
WANTED, AT MCLEAN'S, No. 433
King street, a young lady to learn thc
business; also a lad. Reference required,
A BOOKKEPP?R, WITH EXPERIENCE
ix. and a fair know.edge of business, desires
employment for two of more hours, dally. Apply
at thia office._ feb28-tbs4
WANTED TO HIRE, A YOUNG COL
ORED GIRL, to do light housework. Ap?
ply in Rutledge street, three doors above Queen.
WANTED, A GIRL, 12 OR 14 YEARS
old, to wait about house. Apply at this
WANTED, A WOMAN TO. COOK AND
make herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 225 Coming street. '_feb?3
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
In the city or country. Salary not ao much of au
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
JJ A : LY NEWS o dice. jau24
?ost ano Sonna.
LOST, AN OPEN-FACED, HEAVY GOLD
WATCH, No. 678s?. The finder will be re?
warded by leaving lt at W. E. MARSHALL'S Bar
ber .Shop, No. 65 Broad mreet._marl
LOST, A SMALL, WORN POCKETBOOK",
con mining a small sum of Money, for wlilcli
a suitable reward will be given. Apply at this
LOST, ON CHURCH, KING, OR ARCH?
DALE streets, a Black Fur Cape. A reward
will be given If left at No. 6 Cautela s ree:.
LOST, ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car Line, on the evening of the ot li, a pair
ol BROWN KID GLOVES, with Cold Glove Hut?
tons in them. Tile flnd-.-r will receive a auU?ule
reward by leaving the same at the corner of Broad
and Orange streets. febl3
Dissolutions of Copartnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under thc firm of CLACIUS A
\UITE is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Either partner will sign thc name of the firm In
liquidation, and will be found at the old stand,
No. 130 East Bay, to receive payment of their out?
standing de ts, and to close oat at private sale,
and at liberal prices, their -present Stock or
Goods, consisting of Groceries, Liquors and
Wines, among which are some choice old ar?
Parties indebted to us are urgently solicited to.
make prompt and early settlements with us, as
otherwise we will have to avail ourselves of the
unpleasant and expensive necessity to collect our
claims by law. C. CLAC i BS.
A. F. WITTE.
Charleston, S. C., March 1,1871.
Hereafter I shall carry on the WHOLESALE
GROCERY BUSINESS on my own account, and,
thanking my friends and patrons for past favors,
I request them aud the public In general, to favor
me anew with their patronage.
No. 130 East Bay.
In withdrawing from the firm of CLACIUS A
WITTE, I beg to express my thanks for favors
extended to me In trade, with the request to
transfer the same to my former partner. Mr. C.
CLACIUS. A. F. WITTE.
_ SotQaie^ ________
FOR SALE, TWENTY SIX BARRELS OF
SEED POTATOES, Garnet Chills, by
Luois otlNNEMANN, Fa?ni corner King and
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
lu good order, with Front, Grate, Bars, Beams,
Ac, complete. Apply to THURSTON A HOLMES,
; Ailger's North Wharf._nov2l-mth
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Apply at Board ol' Trade
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street. novio-thtu
FOR SALE, SEVERAL'* SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
-heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street,- between
Meeting aud Church streets. febl-1
Camber, Snc\f &c.
gUINGLES! SHINGLES 1 SHINGLES !
.10.000 CYPRESS SHINGLES. For sale low by
J. G. A O. H. MARTIN,
mai-2-2* West end Bull ttrect.
No. 94 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, SLATES, TIN,
BUILDING PAPER, Ac.
Constantly on lund and for sale ou the most
Just received, an assortment of Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Tops, Garden Vases, Ac, from the Long
Island Pottery Works, and for sale at manufactu?
rers' prices. E. M. GRIMKE.
aw Postofflce Box 374. fems
jyj-ANIFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
7o Telegraph and RaUway Companies, Brokera,
Reporters aud Exchange Onices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN A CO., Stationers,
No. 35 Pine street, New York.
P. O. Box 4748. For sale by all Stationers.
QH, YES ! OH, YES ! OH, YES !
it becomes my pleasant duty to Inform my friends
and patrons, that the time has again arrived for
them to commence cleaning and repairing their
Household Furniture, Mattresses and Bedsteads.
Try a remedy that never falls; send for the Doctor
who keeps the F-irnlture Infirmary At No. 81
Queen street. Havluir" greatly enlarged my
invalid Furniture Hospital I am now prepared to
treat patients in that line more successfully and
satisfactorily than ever. "Come one, come all."
JOHN L. LUNSFORD, No, 31 Queen st.,
Opposite Harrison's Paint and Oil Store,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.,
Will Practice In the State and Federal Courts.
JJALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best quality and at L?W?ST PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, 0. O. D.
i s?t i
Farewell Engagement in Charleston of tua -
And their Talented Company.
- MONDAY EVENING, MARCH ATTI.
First time In this city or Brougham's new Bar*
.lesque, in two Acta, entitled
MOCHADO ABOOT A MERCHANT OF VENICE.
Mr. BISHOP.as Shylock*, the Jew.
Misa BLANCHE.as Lorenzo.
MUs ELLA.as Bas s an io.
First appearance here of the Famous Terpsicho?
COOPER AND FIELDS.
The performance to commenc? with
MY PRECIOUS BETSY.
Mr. BISHOP.as Mr. Bobtail.
Prices as usual. Box office open tor sale or Re?
served Seats SATURDAY, March 4th, at 9 o'clock.
I B E R N I A N HALL
OOHMENCrNG MONDAY, MARCH 6.
THE GREAT ILLUSIONIST
Who will appear and produce effects
And will also give away One Hundred Oostly
Girts every night.
Admission 60 cents; Gallery 25 cents.
Q. R A N D BAL MASQUE
GERMAN SCH?TZEN GESELLSCHAFT,
wm take place at the
NEW HALL OF THE FREUNDSCHAT TSBUND,
On THURSDAY, March 2d, 1871.
No one will be admitted without being masked.
At ll o'clock all masks will be removed.
Tho Committee reserve the right or identifi?
A. W. JAGER, D. NO RDM EYER,
J. H. PETERMANN, B. F. PUCK.HABER,
F. KELLNER, L. CRAMER,
THEO. MELCHERS, WM. MOLLENHAUR,
J. F. JOHANNS.
DS-No Tickets will be sold at the door.
0. H. BERGMANN, Secretary.
QHICORA CORNET BAND FESTIVAL.
LOVERS OF MUSIC AND AMUSEMENTS, THIS
SURELY IS A TREAT.
The CHICORA CORNET BAND will give a
GRAND FESTIVAL, beginning on next MONDAY
EVENING, 27tb Instant, at Military Hall, for five
successive nights or more, under the particular
supervision of the following committee, viz:
J. p. HOWARD, Chairman, FRED. 0. MARSHAL:.,
JAB. M. HOLLOWAY, WM. H. LOGAN,
SIDNEY C. ECKHARD, EWD. PORNS.
JNO. L. FOWLER.
The Committee, in behalf of the Band, will spare
no pains to sei that all arrangements shall be
conducted with perfect decorum and respect tq
all. They wl'l be assisted by the very gentlemanly
and courteous Floor Managers:
P. W. LEWIS, SAUL. E. GAILLIARD,
WM. TRESCOTT, E. C. TUCKZR.
ADMISSION, 15 cents; Children, 10 cents.
N. B.-Tickets can be had from either of the
Committee, at the following prices : 7 for $1,
or 16 cents for a single ticket.
Doors open precisely at 7 P. M. and close at 12
o'clock at night. One hour for DANCING each
?r?cente, ? ir-lio rs, &c.
jyjATZOTH ! MATZOTH!
MATZOTH wilt be supplied this year at 10 cents
To avoid being disappointed, (as many were
last Passover,) orders should be sent as soon as
possible. Matzoth will lie Shipped (C. O. D.) per
Express. Orders to be sent to
No. 81 Market street.
fel)2S-tutli2_B. D. SCHUR.
Q.EORGE "VV. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
ARE REOEIVING AND HAVE IN STORE :
600 baza Rle, Laguayra and Java COFFEE
iou huns. Porto Rico, Muscovado and N. 0.
400 bbR Refined Sugars
250 hhds. Mu-covado, Cuba Clayed and Reboil?
209 hbls. Golden, Amber Drip and N. 0. Syrup
moo kegs Parker Mills Nails.
ORAN (iE RIFLE POWDER, Shot, Caps, Candy,
Spices, ivas, Crackers, Soda, Star Candles, Bar
Soaps, Oysters, sardines, Axle-Grease. Grind?
stones. Smoklug aud Chewing Tobacco, Vinegar,
Rice, Wooden Ware, Ac, Ac. feblt-stuthl2.
?pLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
JEFFORDS ? CO.,
Nos. 17 and 10 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
10 tierces Fare Lear Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
loo sacks Rio Coffee
160 bbls. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 rb, Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fresh Peaches
loo cases, 1 aud 2 lb. Fresh Oysters.
JJ 4 H. W. CATHEKWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
In order to facilitate the supply of our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at the South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERD S A CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
supply the tracie at prices walch will Insure satis?
faction, ll. A H. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to inform their
customers and the trade generativ tnat they have
still a few barrel*of tue Messrs. CATHERWOOD'S
FINK OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES ou hand,
which has had the benefit of a Southern summer's
heat. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels of various grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS A CO.,
dec2CMuths3nio3_No. 105 East Bay.
JEUNE S. L COTTON SEED FOR SALE.
75 bushels "PREMIUM," (Crop of 1870, soldat
$125 per pouud.)
- bushels"'"Alblon," (Crop or 1370, sold at $1 per
- bushels "Champion" Crop, and select. '.
Apply to GAILLARD A MINOTT,
TT I N G WI LL I A M.
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S OIGA.R FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana aud Domestic Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM SCHRODER, who respect?
fully Invites the attention of chewers and smokers,
and trailers, wholesale and retail, to a stock folly
comprising every variety of quality -and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest gracie, which ia
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ail orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. 0. D., or at thirty* days' city accept?
IVERPOOL S A ITT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark\lnco, ana for salem
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A 00.,
Jan23 Central Wharf,
jjAMB, SH)E$f FL0FR, SUGABTST
16 tierces ind bb ls. Choleo S. C. HAMS
n boxes D. S, Bul? Shoulders, C. and. R. Sides
5 hoxes D. S. Comberlanda
15 hods. Choice Bacon Shoulders and 0. R
?1:1 es '
1 hbdrOhoice N.~T.:9:? Pl? ftaJOWers
1 -box Prime N.-Y. Beet Toniraee .
5 boxes Prime Bretmast Bacon
50 bb ls. Soper and Bxtra Flour - - .
50 bbls. N. a. Demerara. Coba and 8. H. Syrup
iou bbls. Pin fe Eye Seed Potatoes
100 dozen Brooms, 500 Reams Straw Paper
io tubs Choice Goshen Batter
25 tubs Choice Country Batter
50 tabs Prime Leaf Lard .
Matches, Salt, Mackerel, Herrings, AC.
50 boxes Canned Goods-Tomatoes, Oysters,
Now landing, and In sto-e. and for sale by
PAUL B. LALANE A 00.,
mar2-thatn3 '_No. 171 East Bay.
JJ ACON, SUGAR, BUTTER, CHEESE,*C.
25 hhds. Western Smoked 0. R. SLOES AND
75 boxes L. 0. D. S. Sides, Nos 1 and 2
25 boxes D. S. Shoulders, prime
50 tierces Beargrass and Diamond Hams
30 hhds. Demorara and New Orleans Sugars
50 kegs Choice Butter
loo boxes Factory Cheese
100 bbls Peach Blow Potatoes.
Landing and for sale low,-at reduced prices, by
mar2-3 BERN ARN D O'NEILL, East Bay.
g U L K GO BN .
6400 bushels Prime WHITE CORN. Landing
and for sale by T. TUPPER A SONS.
WILSON'S HAYE YOU TRIED GROCERY
WILSON'S MY GROCERY
WILDON'S . GROCERY
WILDON'S DOLLAR GROCERY
WILSON'S " GROCERY
WILSON'S . GROCERY
. WILSON'S GROCERY
WILSON'S TEA.? GROCERY
. WILSON'S GROCERY
WILSON'S ?; GROCERY
WILSON'S . GROCERY
WILSON'S ' GROCERY
WILSON'S . GROCERY
. WILSON'S GROOERY
WILSON'S GROCERY ?
WILSON'S GROOERY ??
WILSON'S GROCERY ft
WILSON'S . GROCERY
WILSON'S ' GROCERY
WILSON'S ALL GROOERY
WILSON'S GOODS GROOERY
WILSON'S Delivered GROCERY
WILSON'S FREE GROOERY
WILSON'S from the GROOERY
WILSON'S PEOPLE'S GROCERY
WILSON'S GROCERY HOUSE, GBOOERY
WILSON'S Corner GROCERY
WILSON'S ANSON AND SOCIETT STS. GROOERY
FINE OLD NORTH CAROLINA CORN
WHISKEY AT $2 PER GALLON.
Highly recommended for medicinal purposes.
Just received and for sale by .
W. H. WELCH,
Successor to Co-operative Grocery,
. Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
feb28 . *_
Now on hand the following brands of cnAM
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
ease or bottle :
Piper A Co.'s HEIDSIEOK
Chas. Heldsleck's-GREEN SEAL Y"
Y. E. Clicquot's PONSARDQI
gamin's VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer'? DRY SILLERY
G. H. Mamm's DRY VERZENAY
Boncbe, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co., -
jami * No. 275 King street.
PARKLING MOSE L-L E
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
CREME DE ROSE
E. E. BEDFORD,
Jami_No. 276 King street.
~? RE li EN LAGER BEER
CHAMPAGNE ALE 3
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. ~
E. E. BEDFORD,
Jami_No. 276 King street.
260 bbls. New Orleans MOLASSES
50 h h is. New Orleans Sugar
100 boxes Havana Sugar
SOO bags Rio CorTee
500 pk gs. Smoked and Dry Salted Bacon.
For Bale low by .
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
J^IVESPOOL SA L.T.
3ti00 sacks Liverpool SALT, landing from Bark
Bel tiste, direct from Liverpool. For sale by
febS T. J. KERR A 00.
Nrospaptrs, fUagautus, &t.
y^SK FOR THE MARCH NUMBER
and read the following articles : Does Farming
Pay In the south ? D. Wyatt Aiken; Commercial
Manares with Experiments, Edward McIntosh;
Carolina Rice In Italy, F. Peyre Porcher: Esparto
Grass, Eugene W. Hilgard; The Fig. ?Neglected
Resource, P. J. Berckmans; Experiments with
Tomatoes, R. Chls?lm; Irish Potatoes for Winter
Cse, H. w Ravenel; Is the South a Stock Conn
try ? D. Wyatt Aiken; Bee Hives and Bee Charm?
ing, P. J. Quattlebaum; History or Charleston
Phosphates, L. M. Hatch.
Also many other articles, varied correspond?
ence and much editorial matter in this the LEAD?
ING aOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL MAGAZINE.
Subscription, $2 per annum.
RURAL CAROLINIAN, *
febS? Charleston, S. a