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FE ID A Y, MARCH 17, 1871.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
' -Gold, at noon, in New York, yesterday,
opened steady at 112.
-The New York cotton market closed ac?
tive end higher; sales 5633 bales at 154c.
-At Liverpool cotton closed with a harden?
ing tendency; uplands 73d., Orleans 7|d.; sales
-There are said now to be about seventy
partners in the Rothschild's banking Arms.
-The Richmond courts admitted their drat
colored lawyer to practice last week.
-The Princess Metternich has offered to
Louis Napoleon the use of her palace at Vi?
-The death of Rochefort and the Insanity of
Trochu, lately reported by cable, are now both
-Among the French prisoners In Germany
ls a grandson of Jerome Bonaparte, Prince
Charles Bonaparte. He is quartered at Loet
zen, Prussia, and Is under rigorous surveil?
-There lately passed through Nancy nine
? Japanese officers of high rank, homeward
bound, after witnessing the Investment and
capitulation of Paris. They had with them an
Interpreter, formerly an officer In the British
- -The many attempts at escape made by the
French prisoners just before the armistice,
nave been found to be the result ot a comull
cated conspiracy among them to aid Bourbaki
In his attempted Invasion of Germany.
-In Berlin they have "Homes for the XTr>me
less," an extensive collection of buildings.
These are now undergoing improvements
which will make them ornaments to the part
of the town In which they are situated. These
buildings are divided Into separate depart
part men ts for homeless women and children
and for homeless men.
-Count Bismarck having received ink, ink?
stand and pen, to he used in signing the treaty
of peace, was obliged to refuse a table to sign
lt on, as too Inconvenient at present. A Ham?
burg dame tollo wed with a splendid and elabo?
rate pen-wiper, for which she received, as the
other donors received before her, 8 letter ot
thanks. Blotting-paper and sand were not
-An Als ac ian peasant was recently ques?
tioning a Bavarian soldier somewhat closely'
as to the strength of his regiment, when the
latter, suspecting that his Interrogator was
either a spy or a Franc-tireur in diguise,
suddenly "drew off" and sent him sprawling
on the ground, and after walting for the Alsa
. clan to pick himself up, coolly remarked in his
Bavarian dialect, "That's Just how strong I am
. by myself; so if you'll just put things together,
you'll Und out perhaps how strong the whole
of us are."
-The French Government bas begun to lay
on new taxes at the wrong end. A tax on
cotton that ls expected to produce from twelve
to sixteen millions of dollars per annum Ls a
Tery questionable gain to the French treasu?
ry. For Its first effect will be to place Routn
out of competition with Manchester in the
markets of the world; its next will Involve a
protective tax much heavier than at present
on imported cotton manufactures, and this
will almost, If not altogether, destroy the
rising prosperity of the calico printers, and so
leave France with one productive industry the
less. The other "imported raw materials"
that are marked out tor taxation will nroba
bly turn out to furnish quite as delusive sour?
ces of increased revenue.
-Washington specials say that Senator Sum?
ner is in receipt of sympathetic dispatches
from all quarters, and that many senators who
voted against him excuse themselves by plead
lng "the party whip.'' Trumbull, Schurz and '
Wilson say that a breach in the party will re- j 1
ault, which will be fatal to Grant's renomina?
tion. The President warmly approves the
course of the Senate. Sumner himself is im?
placable, and lt is said that his forthcoming
speech on San Domingo, nearly completed, | j
will charge that the crimes for which Andrew
Johnson was impeached were white as snow
compared with those against Grant. The gov-11
ernment is said to be indignant at ihe reflec-11
tions on his son, tne cadet, and steadily re?
faces to obey the request ol the House of Rep?
resentatives for a court ol Inquiry on the first
class, at West Point. The "state dinner" to
the high commission ls pronounced the most
elegant ever given In the White House, c
Everybody was In full dress, aud tne gentle- ?
men wore their orders and decorations. There
were nine different kinds ot wine besides
--"No better illustration can be given of the
complete demoralization ot the French army
of the Seine than there is contained in the f
recital of the following Incident which occur- ?
red just before the armistice: Two Prussian 1
dragoons, venturing too far beyond their own 1
lines, found themselves suddenly surrounded ]
by a haggard crowd of Gardes Mobile. One ,
-ot the two Prussians could speak French, and (
one ol the Gardes was an Alsacian, and under?
stood German. Therefore, both parties were
in a favorable condition to argue the question '
fairly. The two Prussians re?used to give *
themselves up as prisoners of war, saying, "Ii <
go with you, we will be a great deal worse 1
off than we are now; bat, if you come with ui
you will be a great deal better off than yo
are now. It wont do you any good to take t
prisoners. It won't put any meal into yoi;
mouths, nor warm you, nor yet clothe yoi
But ii you let us take you prisoners, you wi
be oared for and treated exactly as our me
are, and all your hardships and dangers, an
fighting for nothing, will be over V Despll
French patriotism, French stomachs triumpl
ed, and ihe Mobiles followed in the wake <
the two dragoons into the Prussian cami
Long and loud, but good-humored, was tb
laughter that greeted the appearance of th
two captors and their crowd ot captive!
When the Graud Duke of Mecklenburg hear
of lt he exclaimed, "That was diplomacy," an
straightway sent the two amateur diplomatist
a handsome present. ,.
Suffrage and the Democracy.
The New York World, in aa editor?
which we publish in another column, ii]
vite3 an expression of Southern sentiiaec
in regard to the political issues involved 5
the next Presidential election. The prevail
iDg feeling among the white people of Sout
Carolina, we think.we may say, is not b;
any means of a character to justify wha
seem to be the apprehensions of the World
We resisted what were called the recon
struulion measures, as a policy unroasonabl
and hostile-deficient in statesmanship a
well as in maguanimity. The schemes b;
which the two races at the South were di vid
ed, and the colored people were turned ove
in a body to the control of worthless adven
turers, we opposed, for the freedmen's salo
as well as our own. Mr. Beecher's pe
argument that the franchise was like a gun
the use of which must be learned by prac
tice, served the purpose of the great sensia
tionalist very well; but we fancy that hi
would have liked it less had an experin&n
of the sort been first tried upon his owt
premises. Any one can judge now, by it!
results, how puerile was this method o
handling a great national difficulty.
And the Radicals are discovering to theil
consternation that a policy intended to con?
solidate their party is precipitating theil
downfall. lu some of the Southern States
the genius loci has prevailed, aud the color?
ed .people have already formed Conservative
alliances. Besides, the new distribution ol
voters in the Republic at large has caused
political power to drift away from New Eng?
land, Westward and even Southward. The
recent overthrow of Charles Sumner is more
than an event-it is a symptom. It is more
than the piercing of a wind-bag-it ie the
discharge of a malignant boil which threat?
ened to be a chronic ailment
Now it is of more importance to the South
than to any other section that the decline
of Radicalism shall not be arrested. To
lament the past is idle; to recall, it is im?
possible. A new age has begun. We must
perforce accept its conditions. And, among
these conditions, negro suffrage is one for
which we have no responsibility, and over
which neither we nor the Democratic party
have any control. Now, when the amended
Constitution confers this privilege-n<sw,
when the majority of the States maintain it,
and, among them, none more imperiously
than those which suffer most from its
abuses-now, when Rainey, . DeLarge,
Elliott, from South Carolina; Wall, front
Florida; Turaer, from Alabama, and Revels,
from Mississippi, have already been wel?
comed to the dignities it has assigned them
in Congress-now, when the triumphant
North clings to this as the oue abiding fruit
of the war, and the only guarantee of eman?
cipation, we regard the question of negro
sufi rage as no longer among the living
political issues, lt is au accomplished fuct,
and the party which QtjjfcaoaiUi it must
tight at a fearful disadvantage in the ap?
proaching Presidential struggle. It may
bave been impolitic, malignant, and uncon?
stitutional, but-the thiug is done.
Whatever the political hacks of a bygone
sra may say, wo believe that the people ef
the South are neither so oblivious of the
past nor so blind to the events of current
history as to wish the great Democratic
party to risk defeat by launching out upon
an unpopular platform. The instincts of
that party are with the South. Its triumph
will alford such security to person and prop
?rty, such social order and financial pros?
perity, such public safeguards, and such
:ivil enfranchisements, as have not existed
since the war, and cannot exiBt uuder the
rule of Radicalism. Those very States
whose painful experiences would incline
Lheut to be most intractable, well know that
:heir only hope of redemption lies in the ro
jstaljlishment of the reign of justice in the
general Government. They know that to
cripple and defeat the Democratic party is
;o perpetuate their own bondage. Aud they
?rill be slow, we fancy, to embarrass their
riends iu other sections by demanding of
hem sheer impossibilities.
Seward a? a Sight-seer.
The English journals are poking fun at
Jr. Seward on account of Iiis graudilo
pietice. "From the Great Wall," says the j
llustrious ex-secretary, "I have been able ,
'to look down southward upon the decay- ,
'ing power of China, and northward upon i
'the aboriginal region of the North Pacific I
'coastof the Asiatic Continent." The geo- 1
rraphy is bud, but "aboriginal region" is i
jood, notwithstanding the sneers of envious
Britons. There are some regions which are
lot aboriginal-the deltas of the Nile and
Mississippi Rivers, for instance. If a man
cannot see an aboriginal region from the
3reat Chinese Wull, lie cannot see it any- <
where. There eau be no successful assault k
nade upou Mr. Seward's geology. As for J
lis geography, is he not now travelling ??
>n purpose to pick up information in that
_gl arr iee._
ARN' HOLTER-FEEH EN.-On Mo a a ay evening.
Mareil 13th, 1871. by the Rev. W. S. Bowman, Mr.
FRED. W. ARNHOLTER and MIBS ANNIE S. FEEHKN,
all or this city.
if liner ttl Notices.
THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES or Mr. NICHOLAS BLASICH are respect
rully Invited to attend his Funeral from his late
residence, Ptnckuey street, at 3 o'clock THIS AF?
^sSrTHE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beck and family,
are Invited to attend the Funeral Services of their
Infant daughter, ALICE BELLE, at Magnolia
Cemetery, at a quarter to 6 o'clock, THIS AFTER?
^?CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAMES ADQ?R, from New York, are notified that
she l* discharging cargo Tni3 DAT, at Adger's
Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset will re?
main on the wharf at ownerB' risk.
marl7-l JAMES ADDER A CO., Agents.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MARYLAND, from Baltimore, are hereby notlded
that she ls THIS DAV discharging Cargo at Pier No.
1, Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wharf at consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
pS-A. REWARD OF FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS will be paid for proof to conviction of
the person or persons who cut the Pipe of the
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO., Agenta.
pS- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLLETON COUNTY.-IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
-UENRV C. GLOVER and JAMES S. GLOVER,
Executors of JuHN 0. G .OVER, deceased, Plain?
tiffs, against C. D. RICE. Defendant.-Copy Sum?
mons for Money Demand.-To the Defendant, 0.
D. RICE: You are hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint lu this action,
which was Died on the 18th day of February, 1871,
in the office of the Clerk of Common Pleas for the
said County, and to serve a copy or your answer
to the said complaint on the subscribers at the
office or CARLOS TRACY, Attorney at Law, in
Walterboro', South Carolina, within twen'y days
arter the service hereof, exclusive of the day or
such service; and if yon fail to answer the com?
plaint within the time aloresaid, the plaintiff in
this action will take judgment against you for
the sum of seven hundred dollars, with Interest
from 23d day of October, 1857, and costs.
Dated at Walterboro', March 16.1871.
HENDER90N A BE (I RE,
Attorneys mr Plaintiffs.
By the order of Judge PLATT.
A. C. SHAFFER, f , Q
marn-fe C. c. P. ( L,-Sl
pSWREX YOU ARE DEPRESSED BY
the gaunt, sickly feeling of a disordered system,
which needs to be cleansed and stimulated into
healthy action, take a dose or two of AYER'!
PILLS and see how quick you can be restored for
a shilling. marl7-rmw3D*w
ATTENTION, TAXPAYERS -ALL
TAXES not paid on or before MARCH 22,1871, are
liable to a penalty of twenty per cent. All Taxes
not paid on or before JUKE 13,1871, are liable to an
additional penalty of five percent., wh-n property
of taxpayers will be levi d on by distress or other?
marl5-7 WM. GURNEY, County Treasurer.
pS PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 14, 1871.-The
Stockholders of thia Bank are hereby notlQ ed
that the Bank will pay all Taxes which may be
lawfully Imposed on the Stock of the Bank.
By order. H. G. LOPER,
pS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and arter the first day of March, 1871, they
(rill report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DE t. A HG E. L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28.1871._marll
MAN'S SAVINGS AND TU?ST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.
Money deposited on or bc'ore March 20th will
draw Interest Rom March 1st, at SIX PER CENT.
PS A DIALOGUE IN WALL STREET.
lt is a vulgar error to suppose that the habitues of
Wall street converse about nothing but stocks
iud gold. Sometimes they talk about their health;
ind they all seem to have one trouble-BILIOUS?
NESS. The wear and tear of speculation lavari
ibiy tells upon the liver.
"How do you tliiuk I'm looking ?" said a well?
town "Bull"' to a rrlend in the Long Roora, a
ew days arter thc late smash up in gold. "Do I
"No; by Jove !" was the reply; "you look in trim
io fight for a man's lire. Never saw you looking
"Let me tell you a secret, my boy," returned
Jot great operator: "I drink no wine, no brandy,
ao bar-room stimulant ol any kind; but I Just
keep my stamina up with an occasional dose of j
PLANTATION BITTERS; and if you'll do me the |
favor to try it for that bile on the stomach you're
llways complaining or, I'll furnish the margin for
four next spec, if lt doesn't cure you."
The gentleman referred to (the initial or whose
Christian name is not very far from the end or the
Uphabel) has unbounded confidence in the resto
ratlve; and his bright eye, firm nerves and won
ierrul powers of endurance, prove that it ls well
SEA MOSS FARINE from pure Irish Moss, for
liane Mauge. Puddings, Custards, Creams, Ac,
Icc. The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
ood iu the world. marl3-mwf3DAC
ps- ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF AP
?OINTMEST.-In the District Court or the
Jutted states for the Eastern District of South
karolina.-In the matter of W. C. P. BELLINGER
iud WILLIAM H. BELLINGER, Corartuers as
IELLINCI'.R A SON.-lu Bankruptcy.-To whom
t may concern: The undersigned hereby gives no
ice of his appointment as Assignee of "BELLIN?
GER & SON," of the Town of Walterboro', in the
Jouuty of Collctou and State of ts mill Carulina,
vithin said District, wno have been adjudged
Jaukrupts upon their own petition, by the Dia
rict Court of said District.
Dated at Walterboro', this 2d day of March, A.
>. 1871. L L FOX, Assignee.
EASTERS DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA, SS:
hereby desiguate the Charleston Courier and
'HE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS as the newspapers
n which the above notice shall be published by
he said ISAIAH IRWIN FOX, Assignee of DEL
?INGER A SON, Bankrupts aforesaid, according
o law. I also designate the same papers as those
n which all sales of said Bankrupt's property
hall bc advertised.
J ated at Charleston, this 1st day of March, A.
). 1871. . JULIUS C. CARPENTER,
Registrar In Bankruptcy,
Second Congressional District for S. C.
^OUTHEKN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
t No. 369 King street, where DYEING in all coi?
rs, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
hortest notice and in the best sive.
L BILLER, French Dytr,
No. 359 King street, near corner George stteet.
?ST- NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK.
CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
UNITED STATES-DEPOSITS OVER 18,250,000
CHARLESTON BRANCH No. 74 BROAD STREET.
-Deposita made on or before March 20th will
draw Interest from March ist.
Interest paid or Compounded March, July and
Deposits of $50, and upwards, draws Interest
Deposits can be withdrawn, without notice,
during Banking hours, from 9 A. M., to 2 ?. M.
Open Saturday nights from 5 to 8, to receive
Deposits only. NATHAN RITTER,
CITY TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE OF
CITY APPRAISER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON,
S. C., FEBRUARY 218T, 18Tl.-Notlce 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, or the person whose duty it ls 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 54 or Act No. 22, of the Legislature
of 1868, approved September 15th, providing for
the assessment and taxation of property, which
act was extended, so far as applicable, to the City
of Charleston, byan act of the Legislature, passed
March 1st, 1870, lt ls made the duty of the City
Appraiser to add fifty per cent-, 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 mid Mules.
Gold and Sliver Watches.
Cold and Silver Plate.
Piano Fortes, 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, and 1871.
Average value or all Materials U9ed or provided
for use in business as a manufacturer or other?
wise, between the first days of January, 1870, and
Value or aU Machinery, Engines, Tools, Fixtures
and Implements used or provided, and of all man?
ufactured articles on hand on January 1st, 1871.
Value of Moneys, including Bauk Bills and Cir?
culating Notes on hand or deposit.
Value of all Credl s over legal Indebtedness.
Value of all Investments In the Bonds or Stocks
or any company, corporation or person, In or out
of this city (except National Banks out of this
city,) and of the gross receipts er Insurance
Agencies In money and notes, between the first
days of January, 1870, and 1871, namely:
Value of all other Personal Property, Including
feb22-lmo P. J. COOGAN, City Appraiser.
par* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and thc propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those Who feel unflttea for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pS3r THE GREAT VERNAL SPECIFIC.
No class of invalids are more sensitive to changes
of season and variations of temperature than
dyspeptics, and persons of bilious habit. Tender
lungs are not more easily affected by these vicis?
situdes than feeble stomachs. If there ls a ten?
dency In the system to Indigestion, biliousness or
bowel complaints, the variable weather of early
spring ts almost sure to develop one or the other
of these ailments. Intermittent fevers are also
more prevalent in the sp lng months than at any
other season except autumn. In view or these
facts, this seems to bc a proner time to Invite es?
pecial attention to IIuSTKITER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, a medicine which for a lung series of years
has proved superior to alt others as a remedy for
the above named disorders, and as protection
against the miasma which frequently produces,
and always aggravates them. It was formerly
the practice to give violent cathartics as '?spring
medicine," nor ls the cusiom yet entl ely obso?
lete. Nothing, hewever, eau be more ill-judged
aud unphllosophlcal. The chilling moisture with
which thc air is loaded at. thc breaking up of win?
ter, presses heavily upou the vital forces of the
body, and reinforcement, not depletion, ls what lt
requires. The Bitters ls a genial and excellent
tonic, a moderate alterative, and just enough of
an aperient to regulate, without convulsing, the
bowels. It ls, therefore, a specific peculiarly
adapted to the present season. marl 1-GD.?.C
i^jOHN c.BAKER ?t co's GENU
1SEMEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED ISoO.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians'
to be the best in the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JN'O. c. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia.
A full supply on hand by
Da. H. BAKR,
febO-mwfflmos No. 131 Meeting street.
.?5B-BATCflELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
S?PERB HAIR DYE is the best in the world- per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. . No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCH E LO R'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only Safe aud Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 18 BoLd street, Kew York.
MAN and his wife, or two single ladles, can
be accommod?t ed with board In a quiet family
where there are no children. Location pleasant.
References exchanged. Anply at this uttlce.
NOTICE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY." ol'Nf' York, have
removed from No. Ul Meebnir street to their
uew oillce, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
feb!3 General Agent.
JUNE JEWELRY, ' WATCHES, 4 C.
THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention ls invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OE WATCHES
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY UOODS,
suitable for Preseuis, jt.st received and opeued.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STR?ET.
JAMIES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREBT.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET. ?
All Hie newest and must exquisite designs ID
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD.
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rlugs; Gtnt's Pins, Pearl aud
Diamond; Plalu Cold and Weddlne Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold aud Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and Mas?me
Pm?. Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doora above Wentworth street.
JOSEPH W. HARuIS&ON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUE BM STREET, CHARLESTON, 3. C.
Patent Thief Detecting! rmj MONEY DRAWER.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
of Marion Lodge, No. 2, I.O.O.F., will be.
held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellowe
Hall. Members will please attend. Candidates
are requested to be punctual.
ROBT. 0. STARR,
m arl 7_Recording Secretary.
ZERUBBABEL CHAPTER No. ll, R.
A. M -The Regular Convocation of tills
Chapter will he held at Masonic Hall, THIS EVE?
NING, the 17 th Instant, at 7 o'clock precisely.
Members are particularly requested to attend as
the Arrears will be acted upon. Candidates fpr
the Mark and Fait Masters Degrees will please
be punctual. MARTIN W. WIGG.
THE ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE
Fire, Marine and Life Insnrance Agents,
will take place THIS AFTERNOON, 17th instant, at
hair-pasc S o'clock, at the Hall or the Chamber of
Commerce, at which time the Committee will
make their report. A; L. TOBIAS,
BANK OF CHARLESTON, CHARLES?
TON, MARCH 15, 1871.-A Meeting of the
Stockholders will be held in the Bank Hall, on
MONDAY next, 20th instant, at 12 o'clock.
marlfl-4_WILLIAM THAYER, Cashier.
SOUTH CAROLINA MEDICAL ASSOCIA?
TION.-The Annual Meeting of the South
carolina Medical Association will he held at
Charleston, on the First WEDNESDAY in April,
County Societies will organize and send their
Delegates. Where no County Society exists,
Physicians from the County will please send Dele?
gates. Arrangements will be made with the
Railroads to pass Delegates for one fare.
J. SOMERS BUIST, M. D..
marl4-tnf7wl Recording Secretary S.O. M. A.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
Chambermaid and Seamstress. Apply at
No. 28 George street._marl7-l?
WANTED, A COOK, ALSO A WOMAN
or Girl to mind children. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply In Calhoun street, one door
from corner or St. Phillp. Bouth side. marn-l?
WANTED, SECONDHAND FURNI?
TURE, of evsry description, Tor which the
highest prices win be paid. Address J. S. B.,
care of WM. MCKAY, NO. 140 Meeting street, for
Ave days._' marl7-l?
HOUSE SERVANT WANTED .-A
single Colored WOMAN wanted to do gene?
ral housework; mu-t come recommended. Apply
at No. 4 Doughty street._maris
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
WHITE GIRL, a situation as chamber?
maid or child's nnrse. No objections to going in
the country, and willing to make hei self generally
useful. Apply at No. 15 Sires street, between
Spring and Borgard streets. _mart5-3?
WANTED. A SECOND-HAND MELO
DEON, (Ove octaves,) In (rood order. Ap?
ply by letter, to Q, DAILY NEWS OfHce, stating
maker's name and lowest cash price. mar3
?ost emu irotmo.
NRR King and Mary streets, a Lady's Gold
Buckle, with Initials E. A C. Five dollars reward
will be paid for Its recove y. Apply at- No. 513
LOST, ON FRIDAY EVENING LAST, A
DRAY-BOOK, for recovery of which a libe?
ral reward will be given. Apply at this o nice,
LOST OR GONE ADRIFT. ON THE
evening of the Oth instant, from the sloop
z.neka. lying at the Devereux Saw Mils, a s mall
Yawl Boat. A suitable reward will be paid for
her recovery. Apply at this Office. mari3-mwf3
DENCE, No. 63 Elizabeth street, near Aiken
Row-4 square rooms, 2 attics, pantry, dressing
room, double-piazza, cistern aud gas ; brick
kitchen and stable, all in complete order. Inquire
on the premires for one week, or at tue corner of
Klug and Beaufaln streets._mari7-i
TO RENT, IN THE SO UT H W ESTE RN
part of the city, two or three ROuMS, pleas?
antly located. Apply at No. 1 Greenhill street.
TO RENT, THE BRICK DOUSE AND
STORE, with FIXTURES. No. 15 Klug street.
Apply at No. 54 King street._niai'13-6?
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trumbo'a
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apply at No. 1 Hay ne street.
C~ ABBAGE AND TTJMATTPPT?NTS
for sale at No. 4 Barns lane, south side.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
For sale the first-class double brake Jeffers
ENGINE belonging to the Vigilant Fire Englue
Company. This Engine ls so well knovn through?
out tins city and State that a description is uu
necesrary. Apply to L. U. MOWRY,
President Vigilant Fire Engine Co
KS- Greenville Mountaineer, Yurkvdle Enquir?
er, cneraw Democrat and Andereon Intelligencer
will each copy once, and send bill as above.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, ul good quality, which are offered
heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting aud Church streets. febll
paid for Information that will lead to thc re
turn or a liver colored SETTER BITCH, who an?
swers to the nam1? or Zapplio. She left the resi?
dence corner ot Calhoun and Rutledge streets on
the morning or the lath. Apply there or at No. 62
Broad street. raarl7-2
dhi f\f\n REWARD> F0R ANY
HP-LV/Uv/ cuse of Blind, Bleeding, Itching
or Ulcerated PILES tba*. DEMING'S PILE REMEDY
Ulis to cure, lt la prepared expressly to eure thc
Piles and nothing else, and has cured cases of
over twenty voar'satandlng. Sold by all Druggists.
Price $1. GOODRICH, WINE MAN A CO., Agents,
No. 23 Hayne street. fcb22-wfmlmo
SPARTANBURG AND UNION RAILROAD GUAR?
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Guaranteed Past
Laurens Railroad Guaranteed Bonds
Laurens Railroad Guaranteed Past Due Coupons.
Apply to L. G AMURI LL,
raari7-2? No. 7 Broad street.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS ON REAL
ESTATE IN THE CITY. Apply to
W. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BRUNS,
marl7-l Brokers, No. 35 Broad street.
HE EXCELSIOR FLY-BRUSH,
PATENTED NOVEMBER, 1870.
This BRUSH should be In every family. It ta the
most durable anti useful Fly-brush ever before
offered for sale. The great demand with which
these Brashes have met a 1 over thc country where
they have been Introduced, ls a guarantee that
they are all that the manuractiirers cl.)im Cor
them-the most durable, cheap, usetul und orna?
mental articles of the kind ever placed befo ru the
Having accepted the Agency Tor these Brushes,
I am ready to furnish the Trade at the shortest no?
tice. Orders by mall will receive prompt atten?
Samples cad be seen at the Grocery of Mr. D. A.
AMME, corner Market and Meetlug streets.
A. KALSTROM, Postoffice Box No. 565,
marl7-l* Charleston, S. C.
GERMAN CONCENTRATED POTASH MANURE.
50 ions ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE, war?
ranted to com alu -24 per cent Soluble Phosphate
of Lime, ax $45 i er iou, or les-? for the lot.
loo tons Concentrated Potash Manure, at 2>ic.
per pound, gold, or less ror the lot.
These Manures are imported direct, aud can be
relied on as represented. Analysis made In Eu?
rope and here on hie at my office.
For salo hy J. N. ROBSON,
No. 68 East. Bay and Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic wharf.
IBEE?IlN HA L~L !
FRIDAY, MARCH 17TH.
LAST NIGHT OF DECASTBOI
A FINE PROGRAMME.
AN ELE G'A NT BEDROOM SET,
Valued at Sixty Dollars,
TO BE GIVEN AWAY I
Besides one hundred other Presenta.
MATINEE ON SATURDAY._marni
A^CADEMY OF- MUSIC.
Extraordinary Engagement for the week com?
mencing March 27th.
LYDIA THOMPSON and her Incomparable Com?
PARIS, OR THE APPLE OF DISCORD.
This Company Is the best organization Of Its
kind In this country or in Europe. mari?-e
CADEMY OF MUSIC
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
MARCH 17,18, 20 and 21.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2 P. M.
WONDERS OF THE WORLD.
FIRST TOUR OF AMERICA
SATSUMA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE.
Composed of AriiBts of both Sexes,
The only Japanese Troupe now Performing In
Prices as usual. Admission to Matinee, Adults
50 cents. Children 25 cenia? Reserved Seats for
sale at Academy three days lu advance.
H. SCH?TZ MANN, Director.
W. R. HAYDEN, Business Manager.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT
The FIFTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY of this So?
ciety will be celebrated on FRIDAY next, the 17th
Instant, the Feast of St. Patrick, the Patron Samt
of Ireland. The Members will assemble at Ma?
sonic Hall, at 8 o'clock A. M, for the transaction
or business, aud from thence will ?proceed to St.
Patrick's Church to bear Mass. A discourse suit?
able to the occasion will be delivered by the Rev.
C. B. NORTHROP, after which a Collection will be
taken up in behalf of the Orphans under the
charge of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy.
From thence the Society will return to their Hall,
through the principal streets, when the Election
of Officers for the ensuing year will take place.
Supper wiU be served at 8 o'clock P. M.
marie-2 W. BAKER, Secretary.
The Hibernian Society will celebrate Its SEV
ENTIETH ANNIVERSARY, on FRIDAY, the 17th
Instant, at their Hall In Meeting street.
The Society will assemble at 12 o'clock M. for
the election or Officers for the ensuing' year,
and the transaction of other business. Members
will please come prepared to pay arrears. Rule
X, applicable to arrears, will be rigidly enforced.
Polls open from 12 M. to 2 P. M.
The Society will re assemble tn the evening at 8
o'clock precisely to partake of the Anniversary
WM. L. DAGQETT, JAMES COSGROVE,
E.R. WHITE, A. 0. STONE.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JB.,
tailoring, itarnisljing ?000s, $tt.
No. 141 KINO STREET,
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully Inform his friends that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock of the latest styles of
SPRING AND *S UMMER GOODS.
Also, a run assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Including the Celebrated
S T AAR SHIRTS.
Jemdrrn, Silucrtoare, #c.
g ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 667 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
STERLING SILVER FORKS
AND SPOONS, . "
. DINNER AND TEA SERVICES.
Also, a large variety or
NEW ORNAMENTAL PIECES.
For Wedding Presents.
(Groceries, Ciquors, &c.
Now on hand the following brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper & Co.'s HEIDSIECE
Chas. Heidsleck's ?- GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's PONSARDIN
Mumm's VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer's DRY SILLERY
G. H. Mumm's DRY VERZENAY
Bouche, Fils A Co* 3 BRANDS
Napoleon's CABINET ?
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A co.,
jaull No. 275 King street.
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
OREME DE ROSE
NO lt EA BX
E. E. BEDFORD,
janll No. 275 King street. ?
jS REMEN LAGER BEER
D?BL1N PORTE R8
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil_No. ?75 King grwpt
?QICKSON n OTT OM SEED.
200 bushels Seleoted SEED, No. 1
3uo bushels seed, No. 2.
Hie above seid ls raised from the No. 1 Seed
Imported direct from DAVID UIUKSON, Sparta,
Ga., 1870, and growu on the Marshland Farm
near this city.
For sale at very low prices by
J, 0. U. C LA CSS EN,
fet>3-ftu Market street.
<B>rox*rig0, Cupwrgt &t.
jQ.*0 B~N! CO R NT~
20,000 bushels Prime WHITE CORK, la store
10,000 bushels Prime White Corn, to arrive from
Baltimore and Norfolk.
fcFor sale by T. TUPPER k SONS.
gALTED SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
300 boxes Prime Long Clear MIDDLES
100 boxes Prime D S. Shoulders
60 tierces Choice Lard.
For sale by T. TUPPER k SONS.
marnie .. . . ,_
FOR CASH PURCHASERS,
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KINO STREET,
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AMD CAROLINE
THE PL?0E FOR GOOD TEAS AT LOW PRICES.
Parties desirons of getting the best and the most
for their cash, would do well to give me a call, as
I have reddced the greater part of my Stock Ur -
Og urea very slightly in advance of Importing costs.
I have Tm hand a targe stock of GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, Tinware^Hardware, Glassware, ana
House Furnishing Goods generally. Bear In mind
that I am selling Old Government Java Coffee A
lbs. for tl, and the very best Young Hyson Tea by
the pound package for $150; choice Syrup for 76
cents per gallon; Cm heit Sugar 7 lbs. and best
Leaf Lard 6* lbs. for $1. All other goods uni?
formly low. Quality of goods and down weights
A large lot of Looking Glasses much below
manufacturer's cost. JOHN W. LINLEY.
H. : W B L O H,
SUCCESSOR TO TBE
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPErUTTVE
Corner Meeting and Market Streets.
Having now In store a full and complete Stock
of GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUOR*. Ac, I would
respectfully invite the at.temi ?a of purchasers to
the same. Prices as low as the lowest, with
quality and weight of goods guaranteed.
Having received the Agency for the Great
United states Tea Compn ny, I am prepared to
offer bargains in the TEA Une. -
AU Goods delivered free. mario
Prime CYPRESS SHINGLES, in bunches, dellv
vered either at the city or at Sullivan's Island,
i-or sale by SHACKELFORl) A KELLY,
marl6-lmo_No. 1 Boyce's Wharf;
VTEW CROP MUSCOVADO AND CLAYED
60 hhds. I Superior Bright New Crop Mus*
60 tierces I - covado MOLASSES.
160 hhds. 1 Superior Bright New Crop, Clayed
26 tierces) Molasses.
The above cargo, imported by Schooner willie
Martin, from Cardenas, in new packages, in fine
order, is now being landed at Atlantic Wharf.
For sale by J. A. ENS LOW A CO.,
marl4 No. 141 East Bay.
QORN! CORNI CORNI
10,000 bushels Prime White, Mixed and Yellow
CORN. For sale by
marl") T. J. KERR k CO.
500 bushels White Seed RICE, very pure.
JAMES R. PR?GLE k SON,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
mare-mwftS No. 6 Adger's Wharf.
J^-EW ORLEANS MOLASSES, SUGAR, ?rc
250 nola. New Orleans MOLASSES
60 hhds. New Orleans Sugar
100 boxes Havana Sugar
300 bags Rio Coffee
600 pkgs. Smoked and Dry Salted Bacon.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A-DUCKER.
Jg AGON! BACON ! BACON!
in store and receiving :
50 hhds. c. R. BACON SIDES (Western)
60 hhds. Heavy Western Bacon Shoulders
26 tierces Prime S. 0. Hams (canvased.)
For sale low at MACQUEEN' * RIECKE'S,
maru_Noa. 21 and 23 Vendue Range.
IV ERPOOL SALT.
3600 sacks Liverpool SALT, landing rrom Bark
Beitlste, direct from Liverpool. For sale by
feb8 T. J. KERR k CO.
IL SON & BRO.
Have now In Stock a large and rarefully selected
FINE DRAWING TEAS,
which they are selling at 25 cents per pound be.
low last year's prices f?rjame quality.
Parties desiring a good article la the Tea line
would do weU to try them.
We have also a TULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
In which Hue wo feel satisfied that from our long
experience in business to sell you as low, if not
LOWER, than an?'other store In the city.
?S- ALL GOODS i ?ELI VER ED FREE.
8AM. H. WILSON ? BRO.,
Anson and Soolety street*
JgUTTER ! BUTTER !
Strictly. Prime GOSHEN BUTTER, always on
band, ac WILSON'S GROCERY.
Canned TOMATOES, $2 per dozen.
Seven pounds CRUSHED SUGAR, $1
Seven and one-quarter pounds "A" Sugar, $1.
All Goods delivered free. No charge for Pack?
ing. WILSON'S G > OGERY,
Anson and Society streets.
RIO COFFEE, als and one-quarter pounds, $1.
A better article than sold elsewhere at a higher
price. At WILSON'S GROCERY,
a Anson and Society streets.
PRESTON A MERRILL'S
G%tz Sea Foam'
Horsford's self-Raising Preparations
Royal Baking Powders
Dr. Price's Cream Powders.
For sale at WILSON'S GROCERY,
Anson and Society streets.
XetDspuperg, iilnqannes, &z.
^SK FOR THE MARCH NUMBER
and read the following articles : Does Farming
Pay in the south ? D. Wyatt Aiken; Commercial
Manures with Experiments,- Edward McIntosh;
Car. Una Rtce in Italy, F. Peyre Porcher; Esparto
Crass, Eugene W. Hllgard; The Fig, a Neglected
Resource. P. J. Berckmaus; Experiments with
Tomatoes, R. Chlsolm; I ri-di Potatoes for Winter
Use, H. W Ravenel; Is the >om u a stock Coan
try? D. Wyatt Aiken; Bee Hires and Bee Charm?
ing, P. J. Quattieoanm; History of Charleston
Phosphates, L. M. Hatch.
Also many other articles, varied correspond?
ence and much editorial matter m this the LEAD?
ING SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL MAGAZINE.
Subscription, $2 per annum.
feb27 Charleston, S. C.
CORNER BROAD STREET AND BAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers1 lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS in the United State.
WALKER, EVANS A QUOaWELK