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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1871.
NEWS OE THE JO AT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at
-The New York cotton market closed steady
at 16^0; sales 4864 bales.
-At Liverpool, noon, cotton was firmer; up?
lands 7ja7?d; sales 13,000 bales.
-Mr. W. D. Mann has sold his interest in
the Mobile Register to Mr. Isaac Donovan.
Hon. John Forsyth remains its editor. ?
-A merchant In Indiana who recently cele?
brated ?ls "wooden wedding," was presented
among other things with 10,000 feet of lumber
and thirteen large poplar logs.
-The New York Tribune truthfully remarks
that the Presidential campaign of 1872 will be
"the moat Inluriated contest" we have ever
had, owlrg to feuds existing In the Republican
-The health of Chief Justice Chase is im?
proving slowly, but not the less surely and
steadily. The hope of his' complete recovery
seems certain to be realized, before the meet?
ing of the Supreme Court next winter.
-AbiU now before the Wisconsin Assem?
bly provides that whenever eleven Jurors, Im?
panelled to try any criminal case or cIvU ac?
tion, shall agree upon a verdict, such agree?
ment, duly announced in court, shall be taken
and held to be the verdict ol tho whole jury.
-Robert Chambers, the celebrated publish?
er, who has Just died In Edinburgh, worth, lt
Is said, some ?600,000, began life as a poor
boy, entire!) dependent OB his own exertions,
laying the foundations ol' his fortune by open?
ing a small circulating library with a little
-8t. Louis, Mo., it ts stated, has become the
great depot ol Brazilian coffee for the supply
of the West, the Importations being made by
way of New Orleans and the Mississippi River.
Coffee brought by this route, it is said, can be
sold from a quarter to half a cent per pound
uniter the prices of the Atlantic cities.
-The Richmond Dispatch says that the work
Ot cutting out and deepening Butler's caual
across Dutch Gap has fairly commencer!. . The
contractor who has undertaken the work obli?
gates himself to.flnlsh it In ninety days. This
will shorten the distance to Norfolk bv river
about seven miles.
-The New York Sun, which ls nothing if not
erratic and sensational, proposes Charles Sum?
ner anthe Democratic candidate for the Presi?
dency in 1872. It says : "He would carry all
?the New England States, all the Southern
States, and pretty nearly aU the remaining
States. Indeed, we cannot name a State with
any confidence which would vole against him
If he were the Democratic candidate."
-The New York papers remonstrate against
a bul lately Introduced In the Assembly of that
State to enable tho losing defendant In a di-,
vorce suit to marry again, at the discretion of
the court, after three years have elapsed from
tb^date ol the decree. The virtual effect of
sach a measure, lt is shown, would simply be
to legalize the moral and social leprosy
known as Ree love.- New Yorkers will soon
not need lo go to Indiana to get all they may
want In the way of divorce taclllties.
-Judge DowUng, of New York, has com?
menced to send to prison the bogus green
back otherwise called the "sawdust" swin?
dlers. Thu nefarious trade has flourished so
long In New York that citizens began to doubt
whether they ever would be suppressed, and it
is, therefore, a source or pleasure to know that
the good work has commepced. If lt wore
only possible to imprison those who encourage
these swindlers, tbe Jails would be almost
Ailed with a precious lot of scoundrels.
JtttnV?tta of the oyster beds ol the Chesa?
peake and its tributaries ls computed to em?
brace S00O acres. These beds yield to com?
merce about 23,000,000 of bushels annually,
and lt ls stated that a sufficient quantity be j
aides is taken to form the chief provender of
20,000 persons. We learn, from a review of
the oyster trude of Baltimore for the last year,
UraMhe capital employed In that city la carry?
ing on the canning alone of the oyster is $10.
000,000. About 8,000,000 bushels of oysters
are consumed by the pacKers. one-fourth of
which are packed raw in cana and shipped to
various points, packed in ice, while the re?
mainder: are steamed slightly and sealed her?
metically in cans of one, two and three pounds
each. The manufacture of packiug oases, tin
cans, the printing of labels, Ac, constitutes in
itself an immense revenue aud gives employ?
ment to thousands of persons.
-A Washington dispatch of Tuesday last
says : "To-day Senators Robertson and Sawyer
-accompanied D. H. Chamberlain, att.oruey
- general of South Carolina, and u C. Carpenter
to the Executive mansion, the two last named
having been delegated by the Governor of that
State to visit the President on the subject of
affording protection to the peop'e iii the upper
counties of South Carolina, uear the North
?CarJina Une. Mr. Chamberlain represented
the condition of affairs in that section, nod de"
sired to know how lonu tbe lour companies of
oavalry, now on their way thither, would re
main there, lor, he said, il their sojourn was
only lor a brief p.-rlod lt would do nu ire harm
than good. The President llsieneo patiently lo
the representations made to him. and assured
these gentlemen the troops should remain
there long enough to restore peace and secure
obedience to the laws, even If they should be
thus employed during the remainder of his
administration. The gentlemen expressed
themselves satisfied, and will to-morrow leave
tor home. When Senator Robertson was asked
by the delegation to accompany them, be cheer?
fully consented, saying that as the representa?
tive of all classes in South Carolina, he would
do anything In MB power to secure an audience
with the President, and he would render a like
service to all others who sought a remedy for
persecutions of which they complained."
-The following very gratifying intelligence
comes to us from Washington: "The Demo?
cratic strength in the House will be increased
to one hundred members by the gain in New
Hampshire, and the decision of the committee
on election to-day is in favor of Edwards,
Democrat, whose seat was contested. Three
more are expected from the Connecticut elec?
tion, two from California, and two from Texas,
which will mase the House stand at the next
session, 136 Republicans, to 107 Democrats.
/ - there are 246 members, and a majority Is
122, the Democrats will then only lack fifteen
votes to control the House. However, with
their present number, which destroys the two
thirds rule, and the reinforcements they are
constantly receiving from the Revenue Re?
form Republicans, they have thus far in the
session carried every measure they have
brought forward, and defeated the attempts of
the Radicals at extreme legislation.''
There is unrest and deep-rooted discon?
tent in the crowded city, in the quiet coun?
try village, and under the roof-tree of every
upright citizen of the State. The heart of
the people is touched. Their wives and
children are threatened with starvation, or a
dependence upon public charity. A?d the
whole cause and. reuson is expressed in the
one word, TAXATION--a taxation which is tan?
tamount to CONFISCATION. The people have
endured in silence the oppression of arbi?
trary and unequal laws. They have seen
the last semblance o? constitutional liberty
melting away, and have not stricken down
the official despota who would make a Gol?
gotha of South Carolina. They have been
insulted and trampled upon by the horde of
negroes, and foreign adventurers, whom Re?
construction put in authority over the State,
and have contented themselves with praying
for deliverance. This people have hoped
against hope, and have awaited with gloomy I
dignity the relief which does not come.
Their reward is that our motley legislators
are encouraged to greater crimes against
the public good. As the fruit of four years
of obedience and peace, it is proposed to
wring from the people before next winter
the enormous som of $4,000,000 dollars.
This is for State and county taxes alone.
The municipal taxes would add another mil?
lion to the score.
According to the last report of the Comp?
troller-General, the assessed value, for taxa?
tion, of all the real and personal property in
the State, is $183,913,367. And, in all these
calculations, it must be borne in miad that,
in South Carolina, real and personal prop- J
erty ls everywhere taxed at its fidl market
value, and is, in many parts of the State,
taxed upon au assessment three and Jour
times as great as the actual market valae.
The rate of taxation for State purposes, for
the fiscal year 1870, is nine mills on the dol?
lar. This tax is now payable, and i9, in
fact, over-due. The tax for the year 1871 is
seven mills on the dollar. This tax, as the
law stood, would have been payable in
March, 1872, but, at the session just ended,
the General Assembly changed the time of
collection, and made the tax of 1S71 payable
in November neut. The people, therefore,
are called upon to pay as State tuxes,
during the current year, 9 mills on the dol?
lar Tor 1870 and 7 mills for 1871. The tax
of 9 mills amounis lo $1,647,000, and the
tux or 7 mills to $1,281,000. The people
are required to pay for State taxe3, between
March and November of this year $2,928,009
-more than seven times as much as the
State taxatiou before the war, when the
State was prosperous and the people were
rich. But this is not all. To the Slate tax
must be added the county taxes for 1870 and
1871, which are, also, payable between March
and November. The rate of county taxes
for 1870 is 3 mills on the dollar, with an ex?
ception made in favor of seven counties,
which pay four mills, and of four counties
which pay five mills. This county taxation
for 1870 amounts to $618,047. For 1871 the
county tax is 3 mills, or $549,000. Adding
the amounts together we find that the tax?
payers are called upon to pay, this year, the
following amounts :
State tax, 1870.$1,647,000
State ta\, 1S71. 1,281,000
County tax, 1870. 618,047
County tax, l?7i. 519,000
And eveu thia amount is exclusive of the
poll tax of oue dollar, which add3 3300,000
to the general est?mate.
The negroes pay uo taxes-not even thc
poll tax. Omitting from the calculation the
taxes paid l>y State officials, who steal with
one baud one hundred times as much as
they pay to the State with the other, we find
that the white people of the State are called
upon to pay, in about niue months, no Ies3
than $4.250,000, which is more than 2 i
per cent, upon the assessed value of the
property in the Slate, and is leu limes aa
much aa the gros3 amount of tuxaliou be?ure f
the war, when the assessed value of ihe reu! ?
and personal property iii South Carolina (ac?
cording lo the United .-tates census of I860)
was $489,000,000-luken ut far less lb au its
market price. Ia other words, while the
vain? or the property of the white people of
the S'uie is reduced from $459,000,000 tu
$183,000,000, the amount rained by taxation
ia increased from $400,000 to FOUR MILLION
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL"
This is a TAXATION which is tantamount to
The Signal Bureau.
It is pleasant to note the lively interest
which the Charleston merchants and ship?
masters take in the efforts of the Signal Bu?
reau to complete the valuable weather re?
porta regularly furnished ta the dally press.
We are glad, therefore, to chronicle the fact
that vice-President Tupper, of the Chamber
of Commerce, has appointed a committee,
consisting o? Messrs. "E. H. Frost, W. P.
Hall and F. W. Dawson, who will co-ope?
rate with the Signal Bureau in extending and
perfecting the meteorological service. Ser?
geant Evans, the Observer in this city, is a
highly intelligent officer, and the .Charleston
record is intelligently and accurately kept.
THE Columbia Phoenix says that Senator
Robertson "is not the only member of the
"Radical party of this State, who, after sub?
ordinating the intelligent white people of
"South Carolina to a degrading and corrupt
"rule, and after thus dissolving the bonds ol
"society, now seeks to relieve himself of the
"responsioility for the present state of things
"by throwing upon the ostracised portion of
"the State the onus of a disturbed state of
The Xu-Klui Bill.
The New York Evening Post, a Republi?
can paper, says that the question at issue
between the advocates of Mr. Butler's reign
of terror in the Southern States and its op?
ponents is simply whether a desirable end
justifies-the use of criminal, ciuel and un?
lawful means. Shall the constitution be
thrown aside, the form of our government
revolutionized, and a military despotism
substituted for it over half the land, in order
that the Southern people may be prevented
from breaking the peace among themselves?
The Tribune asks : "Has the Republic a
'right to defend its own life?" The ques?
tion is a good one : "Has the Republic the
'right to defend its own life?" but the
answer is not, as the Tribnne would have us
believe, "Yes, by committing suicide." If
the life of the Republic is threatened by a
few mobs in country villages, what becomes
of it when the constitution is repealed, and
the General Government usurps the powers
of aU the local and municipal authorities? j
JONES-BIRD.-Qn tbe Olli March, at the resi?
dence or Mr. M. J. O'Brien, by the Rev. Dr. John
Moore, Mr. D. H. JONES IO MIBS ELIZABETH
BIRD, all or this city. *
GAILLARD.-Died, on the 23d 1?stanX~ANN
LAWRENCE, wire or Colonel P. C. Gaillard, lu the
nrty-thlrd year or her age.
^SB-THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of the family are respectfully invited to attend
the Funeral Services at the French Protestant
Church, at 4 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON. mar24
THE THANKS OF THE PHOENIX
STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY are tendered to
Messrs. WM. MURE aud F. D. PIN'CKNEY, Tor re
I rreshraents furnished at the dre on the morning
or the 22d instant. niar.'4-l
Z&- MAGNOLIA CEMETERY. -NO
TICE.-The Gates or this Cemetery will hereafter
be closed on SUNDAYS, aud no person allowed on
the grounds except with a lot-holder's tlcktt,
which must be obtained at thc oitlce in Eroad
street. EDWARD SEBR1KG,
mar21-2tus4 President M. C. Compauy.
?ST CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
?hat she ls Tins DAY discharging Cargo at Pier No.
1, Union Wharves. All goods uot taken away at
sunset will remalu on whart at consignees,
risk. MORDECAI & CO.,
?Sf CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, from New York, arc uoiined that
she will discharge cargo Tms DAY at Adgsr's
Wharf. Goods-u.it called for at sunset will remain
ont he wharrat owners1 risk,
mar? l-l JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
?SrTUE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
NA-COUNTY OF DARLINGTON-COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS.-WILLIAM A. WASHINGTON,
Plaintiff, agalust UAltiUET L. aoWEKS, Admin?
istratrix, with the win annexed or JAMES SOW?
ERS, deceased, D?tendant.-Summons lor Relief.
To the defendant, HAKRIFT L. SOWERS:. You
are hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint in this action, which is flied In the otllce
or the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for
said County, and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the subscribers, at the
otllce of FRASER, HAYNSWOtiTH A COOPER, at
Sumter, S. C., a* it alu twenty days alter the service
hereof, exclusive or the day of such service; aud
ir you rail to answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff In this actluu will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded lu the com?
Dated March 18th, 1871.
HAYNS WORTH A FRASER,
To defendant, HARRIE r L. SOWERS: Take no?
tice that the summons and complaint in this ac?
tion were Hied la the omee nt the Clerk or the
Court or Common Pu as for Darlington Couuty,
on the 18th day ur Maren, 1871.
HAYNSWORTH & FRASER,
mar24-fS Plaintiff's Attorneys
fSf JOHN C. B \KER & CO'S GENU?
INE MEDICINAL ?;OD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH.
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best In the world. Sold by Druggists
generali*. JNO. c. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia,
A full supply ou hand by
DR. IT. BAER,
febe-mwromtH Ko. 131 Meciiog street
J?r-A FRIENDLY CALL AND WHAT
WAS SAID.-lt is huuiau nature lo tell our
Friends our ailments. Wc all do lt, expecting
sj mpatliy. sympathy is a gie t comfort io inva?
lids. When we have recov?le f, too, wc are fond
or talking ur mu medici nt s tiiat relieved us. This
is a good trait in our humanity. It shows that
we ure grateful for benefits received.
The other day Mr3. E. Sutciiff, the well-known
teacher ol- crayon painting, whose atelier is in
C"urt street, Uioukiyn, was visited by a lady
pupil, wno had been nbseui from her class nearly
a m-nth "What hus been Hie marrer?11 said
Mrs. s., "Uaveyou been Kickf" "Very," wai the
reply. "What cumjilaini f " .'.?yspepsa. I thought
I should hare died." ''Ah ! and what did the
doctors do lor > un, my dear?" said Mrs S. "Noth?
ing." responded the young lady. "A gentleman
friend,n she continued with a te l-tale blush, . In?
duced me :o ?ry PLANTATION HITTERS,and you
see the ic-mt; i am pen eel ly well." Thu. conver?
sation occurred in Mrs. Sutcltff's studio; and l: Is
here giveu as she relates lt, wurd lur word.
Sgl Moss KAKIM: I ruin pure Irish Moss, for ?
Piauc Munge, Puddings, Custards, Creams Ac. i
Tue cheapest, healthiest aad most delicious food j
la Wie world. manavuiwiSuac I
?LW STATE OF. SOUTH CABOLINA,
COUNTY OF OH ABLESTON-OOOBT OF COMMON
PLEAS.-JOHN S. RYAN, against W. H. MCDOW?
ELL, D. CALLAHAN, H. M. DEANE and THE
SAVANNAH ABU} CHARLESTON RAILROAD
COMPANY.-Whereas, by an order of his Honor,
R. F. GRAHAM, made and entered OB the 28d
day of March, 1871, this case la referred to the un
dersigned, as special referee, to take the account |
?of all the partnership transactions between the
copartners lu the firm of MCDOWELL, CALLA?
HAN A . COMPANY: And whereas, it is further
ordered that said Referee shall call upon all the
Creditors of the said Arm to present and prove
their respective claims before him, and that he
be authorized to require and examine proof of
ail such claims aa may be produced If either of
the partners require lt. Therefore, the under?
signed hereby calls upon all Creditors of the said
Arm or MCDOWELL, CALLAHAN & COMPANY to
present and prove their respective claims berore
him, at the office of HAYNE ? SON, No. 22 Broad
street, at ll o'clock A. M., on SATURDAY, lBt day
of April, 1871. I. W. HAYNE,
v Special Referee.
Charleston, March 24, 1871. _mar24-8
9& IN THE GENERAL SESSIONS,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-FEBRUARY TERM,
1871.-It la ordered that FBIDAT next, the 24th, be
appointed SENTENCE DAY, and that all persons
who have been found Guilty at this Term of the
Court, and those out under Recognizance, who
have failed to appear, be brought up for Sentence
on that day, and that Bench Warrants be Issued
against all those parties who have heretofore neg?
lected the summons of the Court.
(Signed) R. F. GRAHAM.
m March 21,1871.
A C. RICHMOND, C. G. S. and C. P.
COLL?GE OF CHARLESTON.
The Semi-annual Examination or the three lower
Classes or this College will be begun on MONDAY,
March 20, at 9 A. M., and finished on FRIDAY,
March 24, at 2 P. M.
Candidates tor admission Into the Sophomore
and Freshman Classes will piesent themselves on
MONDAY, 27th, at lo A. M.
The Annual Commencement will take place in
the College Chapel MONDAY EVENING, 27th Inst.
m8*21-1 F. A. PORCHER, Secretary Faculty.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents ol the Land Commission, that,
from and arter the drat day or March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. I
CARDOZO, Secretary or tue Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DsLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 1871._maru
JSS- $1000 REWARD WILL BE PAID
by the proprietor of Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT., or
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY for a medicine
that will equal lt in curing all the diseases for
which lt is recommended. In the cure or severe
and lingering Coughs, Bronchitis and diseases of |
the lungs it ls without an equal. Sold by all
?SS- IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE
of any one suffering from Bronchitis, Consump?
tion, Asthma, or any Pulmonary Affection, we
would refer them to Dr. JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT, which wiU In a 1 cases afford speedy relief,
and in most effect a speedy cure. Sold by all
? druggists. For sale by GOODRICH, WINEMAN
A CO., Charleston. S. C._mar23-thstn3
MAYOR'S OFFICE, CITY HALL,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 22D, I871.-The
City Appraiser ls hereby authorized to extend the
time to receive returns ol taxable property until
SATURDAY next, the 25th instant, inclusive, from
9 to 2 o'clock dally. G. PILLSBURY,
3?- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLLETON COUNTY.-IN TUE COMMON PLEAS.
-HENRY C. GLOVER and JAMES S. GLOVER, as
Executors of JOHN O. GLOVER, deceased, Plain?
tiff*, against C. D. RICE, Defendant.-Copy Sum?
mons for Money Demand.-To thc Defendant, C.
D. RICE: You are hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint In this action,
which was flied on the 18th day of February, 1871,
In the office of the Clerk of Common Pleas for thc
said County, and to serve a copy or your answer
to the said complaint on the subscribers at the
office of CARLOS TRACY, Attorney at Law, in
Walterboro', South Carolina, within twenty days
after the ser . Icc hereof, exclusive or thc day or
such service; and ir you rall to answer the com?
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plnintilf In
this action will take Judjrmeqt against you for
the sum of seven hundred dollars, with Interest
from 23d day of October, 1S57, and cost3.
Dated at Waltei boro', March 15. 1S71.
HENDERSON A BEIIRE,
Attorneys lor Plaintiffs.
By the order of Judge PLATT.
A. C. SHAFFER, ? r
marl7-re C. C. P. \IJ'-'
the English and Spanish languages Hu?
e?i ly to tench a spanish lady thc English lan?
guage. Address F. C.S., NEWS office.
AHOUSE SERVANT (WHITE) WANT?
ED, well recommended, at No. 68 Ha*el
WANTED. A SETTLED WHITE WO
M iN to do Sewlnjr and assist in t bamber
work. The best of relereuce required. Apply at
No. 8 Ltbcny street._mai24-1
WANTED TO RENT, A DWELLING
DOUSE. In comp.ete order, containing not
le.-s i han six upright rooms, south or Calhoun ami
west or Meeting streets. Address C. F. PANK
X1N. through tue Postofflce._mar24-i?
WANTED TO RENT, A BUICK HOUSE
containing six or eight upright rooms,
with gas and water on thc premises, in the cen?
tral or iower part of thc city. Rent punctually
paid. Apply m N?. 92 Wentworth street, be?
tween Grace Church aud Coining street.
W" ANTED, A YOUNG LADY TO AT
TEND Ina Confectionery Store; also, a
colored boy to work In a Bakeshop. Best or
rererences required. Apply at Fleming's Candy
Factory, No. 341 Hing street._iunr23-2?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FEW
?rood Dressmakers-flrst-class hands. Ap?
ply ?it Madame LUZIEK'S Dressmaking establish
ment, King street, above Wentworth, over the
Dollar Store. mar22
?051 ano Jonnu.
LOST, ON THE EVENING OF THE
2lst, a'uvUes' Jet and Cold Brooch. The
lin ier wili.be liberally rewarded by leaving the
tame a< this tull.v._mar24-l?
STRAYED FROM No. 8 RUTLEDGE
.streei, a small Black and Tau Terrier Pup.
A reward will De pai l if lett as anove. mar23
mo HENT, APART OF No. 11DOUGH
X TY STREET, wi:h use of kitchen. Applv to
Nu. 42 Markei strect-J. Ii. DAWSON, mai23-2*
TO .RENT. FOUR ROOMS. A DRESSING
ROOM au<l Pantry, with piazza to the south,
lu adestruble location m Meeting street near the
Battery. Apply ai tun ornee. mar22-3
TO RENT, THE BRICK HOUSE AND
STORE, with F-Xi URES No. 15 King street.
Apply at .\o 54 Kltij? street. ttbtr?i-3*
BARB BR SHOP FOR SALB AT No7
9:1 Marget KI ree t. mar23-2*
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND
UOO.iBiNDiiKS.-A Rubles Wood Frame
Paper cnuer, will be sold low for c.ish. Is neatly
new, cuts 2:, Indira, ano has au extra knife. No
charKe Tor package. Price $40. Apply at TUE
NEWS Job oniee. mara
I^OR SA-E ON SULLIVAN'S I.*>LAND -
. A comiortabl? IP.usn, with six ro-.ms. out
buildings, larne int and garden, and delightfully
s.tuaiei o., Mlrinle .Ntreei, midway between the
Steamboat Lauding and the Fort.
Al-o, a LOT In nm cltv. ou Hie south side of
Cum be i land street, n?.\t east of Meeting, 49 ny 72
Apply to J. D. ALEXANDER, No. 16 liroad
FOR SALE, SEVKRAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, rf good qua ny, which are offered
heap. Call at No. ?7 0"evn street, between
Meeting and Church streets. febli
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
of Marion Lodge, No. 2,1.0.0. F., win be
held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellows
Hall. Members wlH please attend. Candidates
are requested to be punctual.
. ROBT. C. STARR,
mar24 _Recording Secretary.
ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS.-A REG?
ULAR Monthly Conclave ot South Carolina
commandery, No. 1, Knights Templars, will be
held ar. Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Bv order o? ROBT. S. BR?NS. M. E. Commander.
rnarM_W. A. WILSON, Recorder.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN C L U B.
You are hereby summoned to attend an Ex?
tra Meeting of your Club, at the Hall corner of
King and Liberty streets, THIS (Friday) EVENING,
at hair-past 7 o'clock: precisely. Members are par
t':ularly requested to be punctual, as business of
the utmost importance will ne transactea.
By order. H. D. BICAISE, Secretary.
BANK OF CHARLESTON-CHARLES?
TON, MAROR 23, 1871.-In pursuance ot res?
olution adopted at meeting on 20th instant, an
adjourned meeting or the Stockholders In this
Bank will be held In the Bank Hall on MONDAY
next, 27th instant, at 12 o'clock M.
mar24 WILLIAM THAYER, Cashier.
SOUTH CAROLINA MEDICAL ASSOCIA
TION.-The Annual Meeting or the South
Carolina Medical Association will be 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 oue fare.
J. >OMBRS BUIST, M. D..
marl4-tuf7wl Recording Secretary S.O. M. A.
. $2500 BANK-OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA BILLS, old issue.
Wanted by E. M. MORELAND, Broker,
mar24-l* No. 20 Broad street.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD BONDS, first
and second mortgage
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Bonds
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds
Memphis City Bonds (old and new)
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Bonds and Past
Laurens Railroad Guaranteed Bonds ai. Past
Savannah City Coupons
Augusta City Coupons
Memphis City Coupons.
FOR SALE :
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA RAIL.
ROAD BONDS (First Mortgage)
Charleston City Stock
Union Bank Stock.
By AO. KAUFMAN,
mar21-l_No. 25 Broad street.
dumber, iftwl, &z.
OXL ?^dOA? J C OAL I
.200 tonB or Superior Cumberland COAL for
Blacksmiths' purposes. For sole low while dis?
charging. Apply to a W. SEIGNIO?9,
mar24 l_No. 271 East Bay street.
^GENCY OF THE DEVEREUX
STEAM SAW MILLS,
BUILDERS' DEPOT, NO. 94 CHURCH STREET,
THREE DOORS NORTH OF BROAD.
The undersigned respectfully solicits orders lor
CITY MILL SAWED LUMBER, to be delivered at
any w har : iii til ffe ty. Our Mills being operated by
experts and experienced mechanics, we expect to
oiler a superior article of lumber, both in quality
and regularity ol cutting. Vessels nt the largest
size can be loaded at the Mills. Having made ar?
rangements ror the manufacture or Boxes for
shipping vegetables, at prices which will dery
competition, we invite the attention or Tanners
and shippers to our One lists. For one cent ad?
ditional Boxes in lots or loo or over will he deliver?
ed at the forks or the road. E. M. GRIMEE.
?lem ou als.
that "COHEN'S MEDICAL DEPOT" ls
removed to No. 377 King streec, 5 door? above
THE SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE AND
ANNUITY COMPANY, or New York, have re?
moved to their new Onice No. 40 BROAD STREET,
maris_LOUIS SHKRFKSEB, Agent.
NOTICE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY." or Ne?r York, have
removed from No. 141 Meeting street to their
new otllce, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The tlrm or LENGNICK, SELL A FOSTER is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, c. A.
LKNGNICK n-tlring. ED. EMBRICK SELL and
CHARLES FOSTER are alone authorized to use
the name of the hv.e Arm in settllugthe affairs
(Signed) CHAS. A. LENUNICK,
EDGAR EMERICK SELL,
Charleston, March 20, 1871.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED will continue the WHOLESALE
FANCY AND WHITE GOODS AND MILLINERY
BUSINESS, at Hie old stand. No. 27 Havne street,
under linn name of SELL St FOSTER.
EDGAR EMERICK SEL...
Charleston. S. C., March 20,1S71.
ifanep ?oo??, #c.
PECIAL NOTICE. w
RUS FICE FEY EM.
^ ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. M
O . o
O THE DOLLAR STORE p>
Pd WILL CLOSE J
T FOR THIS SEASON >
Kl A word^o the wise ls sufficient. 50
M The Stock ls complete In ^
fe EVERY DEPARTMENT, 2
Q And many new H
? STYLES OF GOODS, 53
Including a large. Une of
? HOUSEKEEPERS' GO O.D S, 2
_5 NEVER KEPT BEFORE, a
O AND ?
3 HAVE BEEN INTRODUCED
e THECLOSING SALES O
i-H - a
fe MAKE O
X YOUR SELECTIONS M
j & P. COATS'
We have in Stock and will always keep an as?
sortment or COATS' THREAD for sale at New
l'ork trade prices. JOHN G. MILNOR & CO..
febll-stntnemns No. 135 Meeting street.
1845 PUUELY MUTUAL. 1845
NEW YORK LIFE
184 5.Organize d.1 845
General Agent, No. 54 Broad street.
rp HE QUEEN OF COMEDY A?D"EX;
AC A D B M Y OP MUSIC.
Mr. JOHN T. FORD respectfully announces to
the citizens of Charleston that he has, at great
expense, effected an engagement of
SIX NIGHTS ONLY
SIX NIGHTS ONLY
SIX NIGHTS ONLY
. SIX NIGHTS ONLY
SIX NIGHTS ONLY
With the Renowned Troupe of Miss
" LYDIA THOMPSON
The most Complete ana Powerful Burlesque
Combination In existence.
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 27,
Will be produced the Grand Spectacular Burlesque
SINBAD, THE SAILOR
SINBAD, THE SAILOR
SINBAD, THE SAILOR
SINBAD, THE SAILOR
SINBAD, THE SAILOR
MISS LYDIA THOMPSON AS SINBAD.
The performance to begin with a Popular Faice.
For this engagement, the Management ls com?
pelled to charge 50 cents extra for Reserved Seats.
Prices, otherwise, as usual. mar24
^CADBMY OF MUSIO.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 23 AND 24.
At the request of a large number of citizens the
will return and give two more of their awfully
mysterious Exhibitions at the above Dall. Their
wonderful Seances have been given In the pres?
ence of the crowned beads and nobility of Europe
and before vast and intelligent assemblages
thronghout Europe and America, astonishing and
confounding the wisest of all countries, and many
of the learned have been forced by the most over?
whelming evidence to pronounce them inexplica?
ble. They must be seen to be appreciated.
The pale of seats will commence MONDAY, at
JOHN M. GREER A SON'S Bookstore. marlS-6
Q B A N D BALL
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY
HIBERNIAN HALL, MARCH 27, 1871.
The German Ladles' Society propose giving one
of their popular LNNUAL BALLS. Tickets of
the same ($1 for gentlemen and 60 cents for la?
dles,) may be had from the fallowing gentlemen:
J. C. H. OLAUSSKN. .
J. H. LINDSTEDT, W. ?FFERHARDT,
J. U EES KM ANN, F. J. LILIENTUAL,
F. PUOKHABER, E. G. B. FISHER,
F. WEHMANN, J. P .MERKHARDT,
F. H. PLOGER, F. E. SCHRODER,
D. WhRMER. J. REILS,
F. H. LEHMKUHL, C. VOIGT.
JOH N ?TT N N~8
Most respectfully Informs the Ladies of Charles?
ton that hu has received by the steamer Cham?
pion a consignment of the most fashionable and
recent Improvement in HOUP SKIRTS, viz: the
Nlllsson and Victoria. For style and finish they
canribt be surpassed.
TABLE LINEN, Napkins and Doylies, Table and
Pocket Cutlery, which he will dispose of at rates to
suit the Urnes. Call at No. 31 MARKET STREET,
opposite Anson street, and bc convinced.
JOHN BINNS, AGENT,
Respectfully informs the citizens of Charleston,
and the public generally, that he has opened a
Store at No. 31 Market street, where he intends to
keep on hand every article for Ladles' and Gents'
WEARING A I'PA RE LI, Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Agricultural Tools and numerous articles, useful
aud ornamental, too numerous to recapitulate in
an advertisement, and will sell for casu for a
small margin over direct tm ort cost, and by
such he hopes to share a portion of public patron?
age. , mar21-9
premium ?anb SaU.
LAST CHANCE TO SEE WHAT ?5 WILL DO.
$5 Will secure a Share m the Aiken Premium $6
$5 Land Sale.Invest $5
$5 Will secure a share as above and a hue $5
?5 Work of Art to adornyour homes . $5
$5 Will secure a share and the Steel Eugrav- $5
to mg, "M .triage ur Pocahontas,"...worth $5
fr> will secure a share and Hie steel Eng ra v- $5
$5 lng, -Landing of Columbus,".worth $5
$5 Will secure a share and tue Steel EngruV- $5
$6 lng, "The Day we Celebrate,".worth $5
$5 wm secure a share and the beautiful $5
$5 Chromo, "AmericanAutumn,"....worth $6
$5 Witt secure io some shareholder the Der- f 5
So hy Mansion and 25 acres of Vineyard und $5
$5 Orchard, valued at $25,0110. $5
$5 Will secure to some.shareholder "Rose- $6
$5 ville Farm," 160 acres. $5
$5 valued at $10,000.Invest $6
$6 Will secure to some shareholder "Gin- $5
$5 house Farm," 165 acres. $6
$5 valued at $6000.invest $5
$5 Will secure to some shareholder who in- $5
$5 vests, a Peach Orchard, valued at $350 ? $5
$5 Will secure to some shareholder a Vine-, $6
$5 yard and Peach orchard. $6
$5 valued at $3000.Invest $5
$5 Will secure to some shareholder a Une $5
$5 Yilla'Site, with Cottage. Garden, Ac, $6
$5 valued at $2500.invest $5
$5 Will secure to 83 other shareholders val- $5
$5 uable properties, ranging in vulue from $5
$5 $300 to $1500.Invest $5
$5 These Real Estate Prizes. $6
$5 valued at $95,ooa, are located in the bead- $5
$5 ttful Towu of Aiken, South Carolina... $5
$5 Its unequalled climate and heaitn-giving $5
$5 surroundings, has made it the $5
$5 "SARATOGA OF THE SOF^H." $6
$5 The Shares will be distributed April 21st, $5
$5 when each Shareholder will see $5
6 "WHAT FIVK DOLLARS WILL DO." $5
"There ls a tide in the ailairs jf men, which,
Taken at the Hood, leads ou to lortune."
The most liberal terms to Clubs.
For deseription of the valuable Real Estate,
Prizes, notices of the press, names of Committee
to make the Drawing, home endorsements, and
general character of the enterprise and manage?
ment, send for pamphlet. Remittances for shares
should be made with Postomce Mi. tey Order, or
currency In regl.-tered letter, or by Express. Ad
dress J. C. DERBY, General Manager,
OftVe corner of Jackson and Reynolds streets.
JO" Residents of charleston aud vicinity can
secure Shares by apolvingrn J. KUSSELL BAKER.
60 society st.; at C. DICKEY'S, No. 34K King street;
WILBUR A SUNS'. No. 59 Broad street, and JU?
LIUS KOUMLLLAT'S, NO. 601 lng street, where
specimens of the Works uf Art, winch each share
nolder n-celws. can 'ie -et-n. mwi-ii
?roeme^ Ciqnors, #c.
j?jTc K s ON irs TT u s sinnr
200 bushels Select eil SEED, No. 1
3uu bushels Seed, No. 2.
Thc above seed ls raided from the No. 1 Seed
Imponed direct from DAVID DICKSON, Sparta,
Ga., 1870, and growu on the Mar.-luaod Farm
near tula city.
For sale at very low prices bv
J. C. H. 0LAUSSEN,
FOR CASH PURCHASERS,
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KINO STREET,
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY UOCSR AND CAROLINS
THE PLACE FOR GOOD TEAS AT LO* PRIORS.
Pan les desirous of getting the best and the moat
for their cash, would do well to give me a call, as
1 have reduced the greater part of my stock to
fleures verv slightly in advance of Import Inn co ts.
l have on hand a large stunk of GRocEKI Es.
CROCKERY, Tinware, Hardware, Glassware, and
Hou>e Fur metung Goods genera ly B>-ar lu mind
that I am Sellin* old Government Java Coffee 1
lbs. fur $1. and the very best Young Hy-ou Tea by
ihepuuud package for $160; coolee 8? rup for 76
cent-per gai.on; ..ru ne< Sugar 7 lbs. and beni
..eat Lard e , lbs. for $1. All omer goods util
Termly low. Quality uf goo ts and down weights
A large lot of Looking G?a-ses mach below
manufacturer's cost. JOHN W. LINLEY.
?yi-r-i- - i-, i- r ii-i.n. nj-uvi-n-r -TL/VIT ./Vu-i" -
QEMENT! CEMENT ! CEMENT! "
Lawrenceville HYDRAULIC CEMENT
Coplay Hydraulic Cement.
For sale at reduced prices.
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
FLOUR, SUGAR, STARCH, LARD,
100 barrels Family and Extra FLOUR
00 barrels Crnsbed, Powdered A B and X 0
100 boxes Watts' Pure Family Starch
76 boxes Soap, 'Self-Washing, Family, Pale and
SOO buckets, cases and barrels Choice Lard
loo whole and half boxes Weeks's Candles
LOO barrels and boxes Soda Biscuits-Cream, Wa?
ter, Ginger, Ac. -
?00 kits, quarter and half barrels No. -1 Mackerel
25 barrels Sngar-house Syrup; '
Received on consignment,.and for sale at mar
jet rates, by j. N. ROBSON,
No. 68 East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
A GENO Y FOR THE GREAT UNTIED
?3L STATES TEA COMPANY.
CEAS IN VARIETY
AT REDUCED PRICES I
QUALITY GUARANTEED I
Aa Agent for the above Company, I would re?
spectfully call the attention of tea-drinkers to tbs
assortment of TEAS I no w' have In score-ALL of
which are wiasANTsn 8TBI0TLT FOBS. . .
I challenge comparison In quality and price with
my Teas sold In this market I only ask a fair
trial to teat the superiority of these goods.
W. H. WELCH,
Agent for the Great U. S. Tea Company,
Corner Market and Meeting streets,
ny All goods delivered free to railroad depots,
steamboats, a od all pasta of the city. mai 24
OR N ! CORN ! CORN 1
3,500 bushels Prime Mixed CORN +
10,000 bushels Prime White Oom. .
Landing and for sase low by
mar24-6?_ H. BUL WINKLE A- 00. '
M-OLASSES AND SUGAR.
25 linds. New Crop MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
220 barrels \ew Crop Muscovado Molasses
15 boxes Prime Grocery Supar
160 boxes good Grocery Sugar
For sale by W. P. HALL,
mar22-wfm6 Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
loo casks Jeffrey's Sparkling ALE. Just re?
ceived per ship Arracan. For sale by
mar21-tutha3_RAVENEL A CO.
?^THITE AND COLORED MATTING.
4 4 White, Checked and Fancy Colored MAT?
TING of good quality. For sale by
mar9-thstu9 A. R. TAFT A CO.
C. CANVAS HAMS.
George Cassard A Co. Patapsco S. C. CANVAS
HAMS. A new brand, strictly Choice and small,
which we are now offering to the trade in lots to
suit purchasers?? Try them.
T PAUL B. LALANE A CO.,
mar20-8_Np. 171 East Bay.
jQRY SALT BACON. .
260 boxes D. S. SHOULDERS and SIDES. In
Store, landing and for sale low by
maris East Bay.
60 hhde. Western Smoked C. R. SIDES
20 linds. Western Smoked Shoulders.
60 tierces "Beargrass" Hams.
In store, for sale at reduced prices by
maris East Bayy
Jg ACON! BACON ! BACON!
lu store and. receiving :
60 hhds. C. R. BACON SIDES (Western)
60 hhds. Heavy Western Bacon Shoulders
25 tierces Prime S. O. Hams (canvased.)
For sale low at MACQUEEN' A RIECKE'S,
maru_Nos. 21 and 23 Vendne Bange.
Prime CYPRESS SHINGLES, in bunches, dellv
yered either at tbe city er at Sullivan's Island,
for sale by SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
mar 16-imo No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
EA SI TEAS! TEAS!
WILSON & BROTHES
will issue at an early day a Catalogue of the FINE
GROCERIES with which their establishment ls
But at present they desire to call attention
more especially to an extract from "The American
Grocer," relative to the great Tea swindles which
are now being foisted upon the American peo?
ple. All lovers of Tea should peruse the remarks
of the editor of the able Journal from which the
extract ls taken, and be warned in time.
Referring to the large Tea Companies of New
York City, the writer says:
"I nave now lu my possession a sample of bogan
Tea, wit bout one single leaf of t he original Chi?
nese Herb to adulterate it with. It was made for
a Monster House, sold to a Monster House, used
by a Monster House, and distributed by the base,
corrupt myrmidons of that self-same Monster
House throughout the United States of America
to do Its deadly work of gradually poisoning the
free, yee unprotected, people or your Great Re?
The citizens or Charleston who wish to avoid
using the poisonous compounds, too often sold
under .the name of Tea, should take the precau?
tion of purchaslog only from responsible houses,
which have au established reputation for dealing
In PURE TEAS.
For PURE TEAS, of all qualities and prices, go
to WILSON A BROTHER, Grocers,
Anson and Society streets,
as- All Goods delivered free.
Now on hand the following brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle : .
Piper A CO.'S HEIDSIEOK
Chas. Hekbieck's-GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's PUNSARDIN
Mamm's VEJIZENAY and PRIVAI E STOCK
Roederer's DRY SIL. LE RY
G. H. Mumm's DRY VERZENAY
Bouche, Fils A- Co.'s BRANDS
Du Y VERZENAY
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin ? Co.,
Janll _ No. ah KINK street.
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
PARFAIT AM1 ?OK
CREME DE ROSE
E. E. BEDFORD,
janll _No. m King street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
. CHAMfAGNK ALES
LON i K) .>? PORTERS
DUBLIN PORTERS T
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. a
E. E. BEliKORO,
aaii No. ^7? King street?