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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A <JO..
No. 149 East. Bay, Charleston, S.C.
. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1S71.
NEWS OW TUE DAT.
.-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed dall sod* heavy; uplands
15Jc.; sales 4597 bajes.
-In Liverpool cotton closed steady, but
easier; uplands 7$d. ; Orleans 7|d.: sales 14,000
-The Marquis of Lorne, married on Tues?
day last to the Princess Louise, is a mere boy -
-The Papery a ?Misburg journal, expired
last week, siter an existence of three months,
-during which time it sustained a loss of $100,
-A mineral which perforais all the duties
of soap, and has an aromatic odor, bsa been J
discoveredjn eihaustl'ess quantifies near Iowa.
.cit?. . . '
-Nearly one half the children ot the district;
schools of Cincinnati are employed In tbei
study ot the German language, arid Occupy at
least bail their time wi tb lt.. w. .3
- _ -A Washington dispatch says i 1 lL4euten?
ant-Governor Banaler, of South CaroUha, andi
twenty er mere others. Including mern here of
tho Legislature of "that, Slate, white and black,
have arrived here". Thelr business has refer-'
.ance to disturban cea la Sou th Carolina." jr ,
-Dr. Marion Sims, formerly of Lancaster
District, S. C., has decided to locale perma?
nently In New York City, thoagh his family,
now abroad, will not jula, him till thc autumn.
He practiced* for tbout tea. years in Paris,
among many distinguished persons, even
numbering the popular Empress on his hst of
-NoiX many years ago a mother book her
i -child toa registrar hi Manchester. England,
I .thatIts. birth might be recorded, wheo asked
what nam 9 ?he intended to ?l ve her baby, she
\ anaw'.ired Alpha Omega. The '."rfglsirar prop
: -erly inquired w tret her she bad doty eonsifored
the mal ter, and whether lt was ber delibera:
jj; intention to Inflict upon tbs infant mich extra- I
' CTdinary-UUeg. "Certainly," she replied; "the
child ls ray Hrst. sad I hope it may be my
I ?<* ; " .r. . !
-John Cb I naman i*4a become something of
an institution, as well-as a Axed fact, in Cali?
fornia. Th. reare50,000 Chinese in that State,
cons tl tn ting more than one-twelfth of the en?
tire population. Io Ute City of San Francisco
aloaethetw-are 14,000, of whom over 2000 are
females, Chinese laborers usually obtain,
from J ve to eight dollars' a week as wages, j
Reassessed personal property of the"Chinese !
population io San Francisco amounis to-tt,-'
188,060, and their teal estate ls valued at
$74,800. It is stated to the credit of the Chi?
nese to San Francisco that lu proportion-to
-their population fewer of their numbers axe.
^ .brought before the ?carts on criminal .vtlorra
.than of any other chu? of the people.
-An agent of the French Government bas
jferltten a letter to tbs United States Internal
-revenue bureau ia Washington requesting in- ]
formation as to the amount of revenue derived
annually from the salo of two cent stamps, and
also for general information concerning the
system of. raising a national revenue by a
Stamp tax on tobacco, distilled spirits and
other articles, with a view to the adoption of j
some such system In France, if it will prove
least oppressive of all the systems of taxation
to the people. The' Immens? war debt Incurred
by France during the late conflict with Ger
asany bas necessitated a System of taxation
radically different from that hitherto in opera?
tion In that country.
-The citizens ol M atz are living in a state of j
patriotic anguish. While their nationality was
tinder discussion they were hy turns fondly
hoping for delivery from the horrible night"
maro of Prussian ownership, and again plung?
ed Into tbe depths of despair. A letter trie ,
New York World describes a touching scene
co the Place d'Arnws. There dally crowds
gathered' to gaze on tbe tower. In-the bepe of]
seeing the national flag displayed from it, and
of hearing the voice of La MuUe, the-largest ol
the bells, announce that we remain French.
At midnight, on Sunday, th? groups were sr lil
compact, sud Btagtag from- time- to -time coup?
lets of the "Marsolialse." The flfenien had re
- earned their grand uniforms, and had made
preparations for a torchlight march,'destined
to celebrate the graad news when it arrived.
Bot now all hope te abandoned. The Germans j
nave the key of Frauoe In their pocket, and
will nor give it ap.
-The English correspondent af the New
York World writes : "BeamIfni as WlodBor is.
It bas lost much ot Ita former gaye ty since the
death of the Prince Consort, to whose memory
Ida wife has erected a magnlaeeut mausoleum
In the Home Park at a cost, defraying out of |
-ber own purse, of. one huadred thousand
pounds. The mausoleum is built ol Coen
atone, and is of circular lorna with a portico
supported on gian is? pillara. The walls are
-rich beyond description with gold and decora-,
?ve ornamentation, relieved with paintings
by tbe first modern masters. Th? floor I? ot
te?seLated marble, tn the centre is a splendid
screen eacloxtng the ssrcophatfim In -which
lies the embalmed body ol.tbe departed prince.
Bach da> the Queen VIBKN this place alone.
>ear the tomb Hs placed a large deep
basket ohed with wreaths of beautttul flow- .
en. At nmWm a-hma?" round table on which
?je a Bible and a prayer book. From these;
She reads and prays, fervently kneeling the
while. gThen .alie rises, and taking ile
wreaths, advances teethe sarcophagus, In the
lld c* vhich a small sheet of plate glass 19 In?
serted, through which she can see the face?
and form of the departed. But the efforts of
th? embaTm?f"hav?~ not been Th?ro?glily sile-'
cessful, and the features that were BO beautl
tul In life are in death -marred by discolora?
tion. Stunt is his face, sunken and pallid
'though ft be. Again she prays, thinking of
the yean or-happiness she lived with bim,
long passed awav, but never to be forgotten.
Sin stands gazing tl^re till she can gaze no
more with tean. Genny she places the for?
get-me-nots upon the marble coffin, take?? ona
last lingering look with her dim eyes, and
slowly retires, while from above the bell tolls
ont a melancholy requiem for the Idolized
-A Columbia letter of March : 1 to the New
Tdrk'Siin Bays: "Attorney-General Ohamber
minvajBtvea here last night from Washington,
where be. bad been to lay before President
Grant Governor S?otTs call for troops. Mr.
Chambertatn says that the statement furnish?
ed" the New fork Tribune' by Its Washington
correspondent, with reference to his mission,
abounds with untruths and thlswpresentatlens.
He says that he never told any one in Wash?
ington that it was impossible to execute a
civil process in Sooth Carolina, and that noth?
ing' but' the strong arm of the government
could prevent the murdering ot negroes. Mr.
Chamberlain* says he did ten the President
that tro?os wore needed ld preserve the
peace and prevent the depredations- of tbe ;
'negroes; hi well as the atrocities of the Ku -
Klux.' He told kr. Sumner that the people of
Souffl Carolina were smarting' under the
wrongs ot a corrupt L?glstatnre; and that
while that contd not be construed as sufficient
excuse" for lawlessness, lt yet might serverto
explain the recent outbreaks. Mr. Sumner
expressett'surprise at Hr. Cfi?mDerlain's revel?
ations ind Bald that he was beginning to have %
bett?r Idea of these Outrages than he ever had
before. He added that the true way to pre?
vent their r?currence was to support Gover?
nor Scott in Ids reform 'measure."
A ' Wort hern TteW - of the Son them
i1 "The IfctHoh discusses at length the prob?
lem in the South, and, In the course of a
temperate and scholarly article, tells the
uegro-shriekers of the North some sound
and wholesome truths.
It assumes, to begin with, (what we can?
not .admit,) that there is no doubt about
.**the multiplicity and . atrocity " of the.
outrages committed on the negroes and
Unionists of tbe Sooth, that tnepersons who
commit them arenot brought 'to justice, and
that' ''through a great part of the South
"there is up .security for either life or prop
1 -erty. " The yufto n, .co ruin ues aa follows :
''That Borne such state o? things would come
.to-pass was foreseen after tho 'war. It was
-said that ff legislation and the election of offl
eera were, left solely to -tbe Southern whites,
the Bosrtberu Wacks won ld be left without
?ad?quate protection. Consequently, the suf?
frage-was .given to the blacks. But this was
-noe felt to bo sufficient. A great proportion of
thssmore experieaced and -Intelligent people
-at-the South were excluded by the State con?
stitutions, and by an amendment te tbe United
S?t?. Constitution, from ail share In the
government. In this way not only were the
negroes and Unionists guaranteed a voice in
the government, but they were secured in the
. exclusive control of lt That ls, to speak
plainly, for the.purpose of securing the poor
and Ignorant against oppression, not only were
they admitted to an equality of rights with the
neu una educated; but they were put tn pou
seesfon of the whote administrative machinery.
Considering that a large body of the voters
In som? States a majority-bad recently emerg?
ed from slavery lu Its most brutal form,*lt
muse be adm tied the experiment was a bold
one; In fact, lt r?as tits boldest ever known.
I No similar reartawgetteat ot-ttae social organl
zan on haft ever been attempted anywhere
else. The experiment has, however, totally
failed. The,must influential portion of the
Southern population, with whose support no
government can in the long run dispense. ?8
bas been a thousand times proved, have not
only given the new joy?rnments at the South
no assistant*-, but have, naturally enough,
been bitterly host rte to them. The new polttl-.
sal BystejnT4ndeed waa of a kind to rouse all.
their prejudices against Itt The men who took
part lu and aided the rebelfiou, aud who are,,
therefore, disfranchised, have wtttrin the last ]
?v? years been reinforced by a powerful body,J
I of youths who were boys during the rebellion, j
rand who have entered on manhood during a
period of great , disorder and uncertainly and
poverty, in which few - careers are open to'
them, and In which all the circumstances of
their- lives tend to exasperate aad embitter
them, and prepare them for turbulence and
violence. They may therefore be said, with-*
out exaggeration, to have taken the field
against tbe new regime.
' "On the other hand, the new governments
have done nothing to atone for the theoretical
defects of their origin. We owe it to human na?
ture to say that worse governments have seldom
been seen in a civUvsed country. They have'
been largely composed of trashy whites and
Ignorant Macks. Of course, there bare 'bees
In them men of Integrity and ability of both
races; but the great majority of the officers
and legislators have been either wanting in
knowledge, or in principle, or both. That of
South Carolina is one of the worst specimens,
and, as such, we have often commented on
Tbis, in the main, is a calm statenjent of
the reason why South'Carolina is lrapover-:
ished and tilled with discontent; why thc
people, are preparing to resist, ia a body,
the exactions of the State Government
wbicb, in no sense of the word, represents
the wisdom, the wealth or tbe purity of tbe
State. We are curse I witb the worse gov?
ernment the civilised world hus ever seen.
The State officials, from the highest to the
lowest, (with turrilily few exceptions,) are
eaartfed willi fraud apd corruption. The
General Assembly ls principally composed
of ignorant negroes and disreputable whites,
whose only aim Is to till their pockets before
the coming of the political deluge. The debt
of the Sute is swollen io huge proportions,
and the public cannot tell whether its total
amount ts ten millions or twenty. Taxes
to the amount of four millions are due this
year; while the taxes before the war, when
the people were rich and free, did not aver?
age more than an eighth of that sum. AU
this because, as The Xalion declares, "the
"great majority of the offlcer3 and legUla
"tors have been either wanting in knowl?
edge, or in principle, orin both."
What is to lie dune ? Nearly every Radi?
cal Congressman has bia remedy, and not
one of these touches the root of the evil.
Of the Federal legislation now demanded the
bill brought in liv Bu 1er is a fair specimen,
and it consists simply in attempting to-sub?
stitute for the Sute machinery-which is
the on]y^eai#bT protecting
eely knolrn to tbe Constitution Sf the United
"States-the withdrawal oT criminal c?sea
from the jury and their cofemitt?l to single
sitlrT armed wife extraordinary powere, and]
'^"'concession to mere official suspicion,
-aiw* to-regal preeomptrOBS, of a part in de?
termining the questionidTgUilt oftanocenctt
of a -provic ec hitherto uekoown io Anglo- j
Saxon jori8pr?<Jence. *8aeh1egl9ration exwkl
only be justified (in the opinion of The Na?
tion) by its success, and?t conic! not succeed
unless the South were occupied by large ar?
mies, patrol?og the roads and niling the
streets, so that evil-doers would be terror
stricken and i good .citizens would sleep hi
peace. But it ia a peculiarity o? ali these
rtttempte at pacification byforce, that after
erecting a terrible apparatus of fines, im?
prisonments and hangings, a regiment of |
cavalry or infantry tavoted to pnt it in mo?
tion-that is, about enough men . to make
one county safe. The Nation, again declar?
ing that it knows nothing of the United
States Government, except what is found in
the Constitution .and th? judiciaftnt?rpfeta
tioos of it, concludes in these worts :
"ls there, then, no remedy for local disorder
at the South ? It the State government dpes
not protect a man, can he look nowhere else
for redress? We answer, that If there be any I
value whatever in the theory on which.Amerl-1
can polity ls based, Uuuremedy of Southern dis- j
orders-, mist come from\the Southern people, ?
through their experience of the folly and suf-:
fering of disorder. If this be not true, the
whole American system is a mistake, and is
destined ere long to perish. Our "business is
now to ledve every Southern State 'to its own
I people, first, because this is the only practicable ;
course, and, secondly, because it is the onty
vise one. If they are so demoralized that they
go on robbing, and murr1 Ting, and "Ku-FTiix
Ing" each other, we cannot Interf?r? effective-,
ly, and had better not Interfere at ail. The
American punishments 'for a State which pen
mfts these things; are two-Impoverishment
and emigration. If a man cannot hove free?
dom, security, and light taxation In New York,
let bim go to New Jersey; If be cannot: have
them in South Carolina, let him go to Virginia;
If he cannot have them In either, let him go
to Missouri. Those who stay behind, on seeing
capital and population Bteadlly leaving their
State, and their property declining in value,
will gradually mend their ways. This may be
a slow remedy, but lt is a sure one. It goes,
to the root of the disorder, while under coer?
cion from the outside no state of things can
grow up, or ever has grown up. In whl?h
coercion ceases to be necessary. Of Coarse
there ls nothing in this theory to prevent the
United States enforcing the F?d?ral Constitu?
tion and laws. This ought to be done,-* what?
ever cost-that ls, by officers, and not by bill
and resolution. If lt. be true that black men
are kept from the polls bj intimidation, we
ought to see that going to the polls ls made as
sale as going to church; but to pasa billa pro
I siding xor this, without voting the men or the
money to execute th em,-ia a. wretched mock?
ery, of which the county and, the blacks-have
I had enough.1' ... ; .
We firmly believe that this people-, if toft
to themselves*, can work out their own sal?
vation. No one proposes to interfere with
the rights of the negro, or to curtail his
privileges. There is no thought of resis?
tance to the legitimate authority of the State
or or the United ?tates. But the people are
determined-and the presence of one hun?
dred thousand Federal soldiers would be no
embarrassment-to agitatet agitate! agi?
tate! to organize! organize! organize! un?
til the taxpayers are adequately represented
in the Legislature of the State. This, in?
deed, is our only hope. The blow moat be
slruck at the pockets, not at the hearts, of
the' swindling RadicaiUlhg.
TBE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintance* or Mr. and Mis. Martin Meyer, also
thusc of Mr. and. Mrs. D. Werner, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. Wehmann, are respecfully invited to at?
tend the Funeral Service of the former, Mr. MAR?
TIN MEYKR, from his late residence, No. 118 East
Bay, at io o'clock THIS MORNING, without further
invitation. ? .- ? ? ruar?a-?
BUM).-The members are respectfully requested
to attend the Funeral, Serrices nf oar Jato brother
Mr. M.. MEYER, at his late residence. No. lia East
Bay THIS MORNING, at io o'olock..
mar28 WM. MICH ASUS, Secretary.
The Commencement Exercises of this College will
take place at tue Hibernian Ball, THIS E VENINO,
at 8 o'clock.
OKDBR OF EXERCISES :
Prayer by the Rev. W. ?. DANA.
Salutatory Addresses, by ALFRED BANCEEL.
Oration, "The Delusive struggle for Liberty," by
Oration, "Mahomet," by D. E. HUGER WIL?
Oration, Mathematical Science with the Valedic?
tory Addresses, LANGDON CHEVES.
Degrees conlerred by the President.
After which the Animal Address before tire So?
ciety of the Alumni by Hon. W. D. PORTER.
marts-1 F. A. PORCH E R, Secretary Faculty.
f?~- ASSOCIATION OF THE ALUMNI
OF THE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.-The An?
nual Oration will be delivered by the Hon. WIL?
LIAM D. PORTER, at the Blbernian Hall. Tuts
EVENING, the 2Sth Inst., Immediately after the
OOlleg? Commencement -Bxerclses.
The public are respectfully luvtted to attend.
The annual meeting of tbe Members of the As?
sociation will be hcid at the Hall after the de?
livery of the Oration. D. HUGER BA COT,
^S- SPANISH CONSULATE,
CHARLESTON, S.. C.-During my absence from
the State Mr. JAMES SALVO will be In charge of
this Consulate, and t ausact all business apper?
taining thereto. F. DB MO NC A DA,
raar28-l Spanish Cons ol. Charleston, S. C.
CONSIGNEES. PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified that
slie wtfl discharge cargo Tuts DAY at Adger's
Wharf. Goods not called for at (.unset will remain
ou thc wliarfat owners* risk.
mar28-l JAMES ADO ER A CO., Agents.
?ar- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
VIRGINIA, from Philadelphia, are hereby no
'ifled that she will discharge cargo TO-DAY, at
Brown's Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset
will remain on wharf at owners' risc and ex?
pense. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
fa* TO BE RAFFLED, AT KING WIL?
LIAM CIGAR STORE, No. 310 King street, ONE
FINE MEERSCHAUM PIPE, or the Choice of the
Show Case, on W?DNESDAY, the 29th instant.
Come up and take a chance at the next List. The
highest throw and the lowest throw has the choice
pick of reyHeerschaoms. Only FIFTY OENTS.
mar28 WM. SCHRODER.
~pkr*.NOTICE-ALL PERSONS SAVING
Goods thrown overboard from Steamship FAL?
CON, ashore on breakers, are requested to report
same promptly to MORDECAI A CO., *"
mar27-2 Agents Steamship Falcon. '
COUNTY OF CHA^^T^^O^&T^tfoiclifer
PLEAS.-JOHN S. |YAN?,sgatnst W. H. MCDOW?
ELL, D. CALLAHAN, S V. DEANE and 3BE
SAVANNAH AND- CH?RLESTOK RAILROAD
COMPANY.-Whereas, by an order of bis Honor,
R. P. GRAHAM, made and entered qa the 23d
day of Marren, 1871, this case Ja referred, to the un-^
'derslgned, as special referee,to ?aketoe account'
of all the partnership transacttons-betweea the
oopartaere In the Arm or MCDOWELL, CALLA?
HAN * COMPANY: ' Abd whereas, lt 1B farther
ordered that said Referee shall call 'upon all the
Cr?ditera or tba said Arm to preseui ano prove
their respective claims before bim, and th at he
be antaorired to require and examine proof of j
all such claims as may be prod need tf either of
the partners require lt. Therefore, tbe under
signed hereby calls upon alf Creditors of thc aatd
firmer MCDOWELL, CALLAHAN & 00 MP AN Y to
present and prove their respective claims before
bim* at the office of HATNE A SON, No. 22 Broad
?tweet, aril o'clock A. M., on smmn AT, 1st flay
of April, 1871. L W. HAYXE,
Charleston, March 24, WL marft-8
?pm-, .MAGNOLIA CEMETERY. _NO
Tf OB.-The Oates sf this Cf met erf win hereafter
be closed on SUN'DATH, and no person allowed on
the grounds except with a lot-holder's ticket,
which rnnst be obtained a? the onlceSn Broad
street EDWARD BERRING;
roert4-3tos4 - President M. C. Company.
* .jBsT- A SPECIAL TERM OP THE
Court of Common Pisas is ordered to commence
on MONDA v, March 27th, 1871, for - the Cana ty of
Charleston. -, .
By authority or the Hon. R. P. GRAHAM, Judge
of -the First circuit dr South Carolina. .
A. C. BICHMOND,
marll-stuth?ml Clerk Oircalt Court.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
I to all Sub-Agento of the Laud Commission, that,
j from-and after the first day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDO ZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DaLARGE, L. C. & S. C.
Columbia, February 28,1871. marll
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The efficacy or HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED.
STOMACH BITTERS' as*a specific for recruiting
the enfeebled body and cheering the desponding
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States, where this marvellous tonio has borne
down alt opposition, and eclipsed all rivalry, the
demand for it has annually increased m a heavier
and heavier ratio for years, undi, at last, the rcgu
lax sales of this preparation exceed those or all
other stomachics comblaed. Eminent members of
the medical profession andhospital surgeon' with?
out number, have candidly admitted that the
pharmacopoeia of the faculty contains no prescrlp
tlon that produces such .beneficial effects m dys?
pepsia, general debility and nervous diseases, as
Hoste i tc r's Bitters. To?se thb langnage of a ven
erable physician of New Yorr,',,the Bitters' aretha
purest stimulant and the safest tonic we have."!
Bat the uses of the great vegetable antidote?ste
much more comprehensive than ?och- praise
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demic disease,.a genial stimulant,? promoter of,
constitutional vigor, an appetizer, a stomachic,'
and a remedy for nervous debility, np.medicinal
preparation bas ever attained the repntatloo of
Hosteller's Bitters, It la the household tonio of
the American people, and In all human probabil?
ity, will be so. for centuries te crme. The mag?
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ls emphatically the medicine.of the masses, ls
proven by its vast and ever Increasing sales.
jZSTT* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfit ted for matrimonial
happiness". Sent free, m sealed envelopes. Ad*
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
ja* LP.'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 will in a I cases afford speedy relief,
and tn moat effect a speedy cure. Sold by all
druggists. For sale by GOODRICH, WINE MAN
A CO.. Charleston. S. 0. mar2B-tbarns
BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use or all nause?os purgative Medicines. Sold
hy Druggists. JNO. C. BARER A CO., Philadel?
A full supply on band by
Du. H. BA ER,
reb7-.tnthsSmoa No. 181 Meeting etreet.
?m- DR. CURTIS ON M MANHOOD.?
A Medical E?say on the cause and cure of Prema?
ture Ot 'dine, Nervous and Physical Debility, Sper?
matorrhoea, sedentary Life Excess, overtaxed
Constitution, Abuses or the System, Ac. It gives
a clear synopsis of the Impediments to Marriage,
and thc remedies therefor-the results.of twenty
years' successful practice, by E. ss F. .CURT1>,
M. D., F.R.C.S, Ac. , ,
..Curtis on Manhood" should be read by the
yOhng for Its instruction, and by the antlered as a
source of Tcllef. It will Injure no one.-Medical
?Timen ana G atete.
There ls no member of society by whom this
book will not be found useful, whether he be
parent, preceptor or clergyman.-London Times.
Prtoe $1 by mall. Address Dr. CURTIS, No. 9
Tremont Place, Boston, Mass. mar7-tuthslyr
?Sr $1000 REWARD WILL BE PAID
?by the proprietor of Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT., nr
GOLD KN MEDICAL DISCOVERY for a medicine
that will equal lt In curlog aU the diseases for
which it ls recommended. In the cure of severe
and lingering Coughs, Bronchitis and diseases of
the langs lt is without an equal. Sold by all
??~ MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe< taming to the G EN ITO
URINARY ORGAN& will reoelve the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care ot Dr. T. BEBNSTJERNA, office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postofflce.
T~ OA K DT~
JOHN BINNS, AGENT,
Respectfully inform* rhe citizens or Charleston,
and tue public generally, mar he bas opened a
Store at Ho. 31 Market street, where he intends to
kr pon hand every article for Ladles' and Gents'
WEARINO APPARE... Pucket and Tab's Cunery,
Agricultural Tools and nu nereus articles, useful
and ornamental, reo numerous to recapitnli e In
an advertisement, and will S"il fur earn for a
small margin over direct im or mat and by
such he hopes to share a portion of pub.ic pair u
rjlHE ONLY PLACE IN CHARLESTON
where you can get EIGHT CARD PICTURES for
$1 ts at BORNHAM'S, No. 233 King street, oppo?
site Hasel. One Picture in 8 by 10 Oval Frame
for $1 so. mar2j-stu2*
jyjANIFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and Railway Companies, Brokers,
Reporters and Exchange Offices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN ? CO., Stationers,
Na 85 Pine street, New York. .
P. 0. Box 4748. For Bale by ai: .Stationers.
? mart-thstu 8mos . * - '*
SH^AND?BW*S Tm>??9%Jfa lffc?fc P.'
i M.-r An TJxtre Meeting or thlALedgawlll be
Mid TJOS ETBOTI?, at Mae mic BM, at 7 ffioloek.
Members are requested lb be punptual InSttenaV
ance. J.' S ?g-, *i
fy order wT-M. L. P. SPaffiSEGCflfcR, T
SOUTH CAROLINA MEDICAL ASSOCIA?
TION-Tn ? Annual Meeting "or~trre smrtTr1
Carolin? Metical; astoelation will be held at
Charleston, on the Punt WEDNESDAY lu April
Coan ty Societies will organiza and send their
Dsiegasefy Where no' Coafctv Sod??- exist?;
Physicians from the County will please senil Dele?
gates. Ariaogements win be made with the
Railroads to saes Dei agate? for-.oae fase. ? ? i .
J. -OMBRS BUIST. M. tl.;
marH-tufrwl Recording Secretary SrC. M. A.
m- - ?matinal. .
Cirr COLUMBIA PAST DUE COUPONS
Sportanbarg aid Union Railroad Guaranteed Cou?
Memphis and Ohio Kat road SixdPer Cent. Bonds
Memphis and Ohio Railroad Six per Cent Oou po as?
wan ted by J. H. WILSON, .
. mar28-a . Sc. 5 Broad- btreefc
A N T E D'. "
CHARLESTON OAS COMPANY STOCK
Orrs rles ton etty Pire Loan Bonds . >
Northeastern Railroad CerUflcates or Indebted?
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Guaranteed
Bonds and Conpons
Montgomery and West Point Railroad Bonds
Savannah City Coupons '
Nashville City Coupons . " '
Memphis City Conpons.
. FORStALR.r ? ' .
$7000 Savannah Ci i y Bonds. Of this batch 18000
are a ehoiee security, oarcymg the May Cou?
pon, as also the endorsement of the South?
western Railroad Company, (Ga.) By
mar28-l A. C. KAUFMANN.
TO LOAN ON CITY REAL
ESTATE. R. M. MARSHALL & BRO., -
Stock and Real Estate Brokers,
mar23thsto8?_No. 88 Broad street.
W~A m 5"W rT?^?T BT mrTl
HOUSE containing about six rootrre, In a
pleasant neighborhood; the lower or central part
of the city preferred. Rent, If desired, paid month?
ly. * Apply at this office._' mar28-tnth?8
W~ ANTED TO RENT. A DWELLING
HOOSE, tn complete order, containing hot
less than six upright rooms,south of Calhoun sud
west of Meetmir streets. Address 0. F. r A NK
NIN, through the Postofflce._mar28-fl
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the best Barbers In town are at JOHN
.LGSANO'S Hair Dressing B doon, No. 101 Market
street. Sign of the t ii ree Poles. . marftg-l*
ARESPECTABLE WHITS GIRL
" %fajMa a si ma lon as child's purse or
chambermaid. Can be seen at No. 25 State street.
mara-y _ -? . ~ . . ?
ST TX A WD E R'R I E 8.-WANTED, 60O
quarts of Strawberries,In good- order, de
livered at the New York Steamship wharf, by 2
o'clock, on Thursday. Crates and Baskets fur
nHh'ed. Apply tn KINSMAN" A HOWELL.
rrar28-3 . - ?' ?_
WANTED, BOARD1? THE TOWN OF
Summerville for an invalid lady, with
servant. Address Postofflce Box No. 8, stating,
terms! _ ? mar?8-2*
WANTED, A LADY WHO UNDER?
STANDS Cutting and Sewing, as house
keeper and seamstress. Address Postofflce Box
[No. ill. Sumter,J. O,_mar27-6*.
WANTED, A DRESSMAKER. AD
DRES at once. Mi a. J. F. NUNN, Florence,
I a 0._ _._mar27-4?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FEW
good Dressmakers-urst-clasa hands. Ap?
ply at Madame LUZIER'S Dressmaking establish
ment, Ktng street, above Wentworth, over the
I Dollar Store. mar22
. tost ano Sannt.
L?STTON SUNDAYT~THE 2??ulN8T^
In Chapel street, a HAIR H ? AC EL LT, with
locket containing ti;c likeness of a child. The
Ander win be suitably rewarded tty returning the
Barneto Mr. vANl-ERH?RST, at the ooroer of
chapel ana Alexander street?. mar27
MOLES FOR S ALE.-SEVERAL FIRST
CLASS MULES, on time, to November 1st,
1871, approved city acceptances. Apply to R.
GRAHAM A CO., Mills House Stables.
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper entier, will be soM low for ciiab; is nearly
i new, cuts 28 Inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TUB
f NEWS Job Office. _ ' rnar2j
FOK SALE ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND -
A comfortable HOUSE, with six rnfims, out?
buildings, larne-lot and garitea and delightfully
haituaiai on Middle Htreet, midway between the
Steamboat Canning and the Fort.
A1M>, a LOT in the city, on the sooth side of
Cumberland street, next east of Meeting, 40 by 72.
Apply to J. D. ALEXANDER, No. . rs ?road
street. ._._nurjlA *
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above A ply at Board of Trade
Rooms, No. lui Meeting street. nov io-tu
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA
. CUINES, of good quality, which are ottered
cheap. Call at, No. 27 (?.icen street, between
Meeting and Church streets. _fehu
- Zo fient.
TO BENT, THE ??^E^R^PART^F
the commodious Residence No. 86 Beaufaln
street. Apply sa abure. _roanM-i?
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE LARGE
" ROOMS, wita, every convenience, pantry,
I piazza attached. In a private family. Terms low.
\ Address "P.," Postofflce. margft-tntha*
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HnUSE. No. 4 Trnmbo's
Court. Coed water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apply afr No. l Hayne street.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND
The undersigned have entered Into an associa?
tion for the purpose of Introducing IMMIGRANTS
INTO SOUTH CAROLINA, and producing homes
for the same.
They propose to establish Agencies In the prin?
cipal cities or Europe, and tn the North and the
Northwest, and assist Immigrants In coming io
our State where-they have homes provided, aud
aid them la becoming permanent settlers upon
They request their friends throughout the State
to place suoh of their Lands and Real Estate at
their disposal as will make suitable homes for Im?
migrants at the lowest credit prices, say for a pe?
riod of five years, which the undersigned will u'n
tertake to advertise and sel', charging the own?
ers a reasonable com muslo i for the sale.
Circulars wm be prepared and distributed ex?
plaining more in detail our plans.
CENTRAL OFFICE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Corner King and Market streets,
CUASLESTON. So. CA.
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Bon. James Chesnnt,
Hon. J. P. Carroll, Gen. Jno. S. Preston,
Hon. B. F. Perry, Gov. A G. Magrath,
Gov. M L. Bonham, Hon. W. D. Simpson,
Gen. Johnson Hagood, Andrew Slmonds, Esq.,
Hon. Armistead Burt, Hon. Geo. A. Trenholm,
Hon. J. B. Campbell, Oov. Jno, L. Manning.
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. 1845
NEW YORK LIFE
1 8 4 5....O r g a n 1 z e d.1 8 4 5
General Agent, No. 54 Broad street.
mar2-th9tu3mos - -
\ ''?jktu^eT?s. I
j^cal^KMg o|r MP?7oT~Sy
second Hight of tltfienggemeat or tbe wo rid-ref? <
MISS LYDIA THOMPSON AND HER UNEOUAfit'
>^ '^ED O?MWY COMBINATION, ^P* '
wno were received lase evening with the most
marked demonstration or enthusiasm by a crowd?
ed and fashionable audience.
TUHsm.1 TTrviw Mamu ig, roi ?ie leal Utan- .
here the Oriental Burlesque of ? ? i
SIN HAD. THE SAILOR. .V**
Supported by-Ails? TOOMBSON saul every .mem.. -
ber of her elegant organization. The perform?
ance will commence with a Laughable Fare*. '
WediDsdSy evening, ttieMvthotogic jraarTeaqae
Of P<R1S. * - ' : SRi . ~.
flaT*Notvrtthstand1ag the enormous ?gpo--of
presen i lng-Ulla company with all its, strength la
on aries tun, toe .prices areas follows:.-.. - c ?
Orchestra Chairs.,...,,.,.$1, 50
Dress circle and Parquette...............1 oe
. Box office open throughout the day, and no ex?
tra r barge for securing seats for any eteoln? In
advance. " _ asa***-! .
J^EOT OKS? ON A F BI ?Jk?
BTV W. J. DAVIS, tormeriy Professor hr the TM
varsity or Sf, PctersD'irg, win deliver nts* ffnft
Lecture on scientific Travels In Siberia, Oanaand
Africa, THCBSO* Y ? va MK a, 30 th March, 1*71. aifi
o'clock, in the Lyceum of Prof caso r Holmes, King
street, corner of Wentworth.
Professor DAVIS having accompanied the cele
heated Dc livingstone m Central .Africa, wai
speak in bis lectures of-hhvadrentates sit neala
title obsei vat lons.
Tickets of admistion'.'oT lady and gentleman $1 ;
single tickets ?o cents. May be obtained at
HOLMES'S Book Store, King street. maxUS-2* . ]
QH ARL E E?L M COLE N AH AN,
No". 101 KINS STREET,
Importer and Dealer in ^
PIANOS, CABINET ORO ANS, SHJCET " MUSIC,
STRING*, Ac.,AC. ^ .
' ?y Toning and Repairing promptly attended
to by HE VBY YOUNO. marjZ8-tnths2mos j
??diloririg, ? imialjiag.?ia&B, &x.
jg P B ?N?' OPENING". J
MENKE ? M ? :L L E E,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
Have Jost opened an entire New Stock ef l
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac, '|
.for Spring and sommer.
Oar Clothing ls a very large and ene selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boys, from ss ?0 SSO
per ault. The largess- portion li of imported
goods and manufactured hy ourselves; we can, j
therefore,recommend them as.regard flt, wear'
and workmanship. j&
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is supplied with the ic est selection of FORE ION
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DlAQO
NAL9, TKIC0T8, MELTONS, CHSVI 1T8, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very Targe stock or the most
fa? kiona ble Past and. Vest Pat terni, which we
will make op to order by measure la toa latent
I styles. The foreman in this department ol 01 r
business has no equal in the artistic world for cut?
ting and producing ait elegant'flt. " - ,
Tilla department is supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Fondga and DomesOO Under?
shirts and Drawers, SiltTand Thread Gloves, Limn,
and Paper Collars; Neckties, Bows.Scaris, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prims marked very low ta pisto figures.
Buyers la oar line wilt fltM it to their ad vantage
to give us a call before'pnrolUBtng elsewhere.' * ;
niar22-3mos_ , ' '':.. .
JOHN RTJGHEIMBR, "j
NO. 141 KING STREET,
wKST ams, A raw noons NORTH or QCXXK grasar.
Would respectfully inform his friends that he
has Just returned from New York with a largs
and weil salee ted stock of the latest styles of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Including the celebrated
flouts, Qrjcee, #c.
JgOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving this day per Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Fill River, irom Philadelphia,
assored Invoices of FINE BOO rs AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice selection always in
St.ck fltcen those CABLE SCREW W?RE WATER
Sold chsa?at EDWARD DALY'S,
marri No. 121 Meeting street.
J^OTICE! N?TIG El
Ut Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia Mils
day 1 am receiving a frrsn sanplv 01 thoae Gent's
I rand-Sewed Magic Fin mg FRENCH OAXF
BOOTS With much time and labor, 7 have the
same for Boys and Gents.
EOWAR > DALT,
mara - -No. lat Meeting street.
rjlO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Piesse inform the numerous readers of. your
paper that the AMERICAN OAITKR, Patented, or
the Shoe of the Future, ls a succ?s*, TO supply
the demands or the Trade, another Invoice to-day
by Full River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mat32 No. 121 Meeting strier.
ll ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Nf Vorfc, nave
removed from No. Ul Meeting stree*. 0. their
aew office, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
J A P. COATS'
We have in Stock and will always keep an as?
sortment of COATS' THREAD for sale at New
York trade pr?mes. JOHN G. M1LNOR A CO.,
fenn-st ut:.era os No. 135 Meeting street. -
(groceries, Ciqncrs, &z.
M PORTED CHAMPAGNES.
Now on band the following brands of CHAM-.
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper A Co.'s HEIDSIEOK
Chas. Heldsieck's-GREEN SEAL
V. G. Clicquot's PONSARDIN
ttumm's VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer's DRY SILLEKY
G. H. Mumm'S DRY VERZENAY
Bouche, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. s. Corwin A Co./
janll No. 275 Klug street.
LIQUEUR DBS BENEDICTINS
CREME DE ROSE
. "NO t kl AUX
1 - . ANISETTE..
E. E. BEDFORD.
Janll _ No. 276 Kins street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
,>m"m??n?.-" . LONDON PORTERS
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. 274 Kmg street.
J N rm 0,
EVER^ODY^TO KNOW -\
11 liey.'a-e s^y loj?jg money by not bay lng at
\ L?NDLEY9 CHEAP STORE.
hrancacf of my business I aery oom petition.
. ?ll jf S /?ft-j-S) -M?* H
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFfiE, 24c. ft pound
Beit-?iver. Drip. .Syrep, ?ic.p? ?alles. . ?
Solden syrijj, *o?. ?galjoa j j .. r .
Crush Sugar, 7J? poundiior $1
Best LeA?vLard, ?Xfoanaa lar IL
Light ti ouseO?, aoo- agaUon
Best Young Hyaon Tea, aold eiaewhexe at $2 per
.poona, can be bought here far Al? by the
pound package _^ ..
SKkery, Glassware, Tlnrt?re; mrd#?fo
ney OMht floods. . ' : *'*
... ' . AND ...... j' '
-A general assortment in ike SOUSE FURNISH
IN G USE, sold st marvellously lowprices.
ROASTED AMD OBOOmp R??.A-A<1?AYRA AND
-:. JAVAC?FKKE,. . -..V
Fresh ererj day In the wast, and nwimsf
the best qua!icy and Maj ash parttcaur kia* as
leensenteiL _ -?se MsJfsug ia done use* tts
premises, under my personal supersi&lon (and
BSC imported fro? New York,) sad CSA bs relied
OROCKSBT BOUSE ANS CA?QUNA TBA
.. 'AOBNOT, ...J'.
And stop in and ask for one, or my Jnftirtew^Cjr
"Dalara. r_? . C
RespectfuiLf, ,. JOHN 5?. UNQtST.
maris-lyr . , "
J1RE8H COTTON SEED- ME Ai
From Columbia Mil. For sale by
mara-tn lb fi .. . W. 0. COURTNEY A CO.
?pOK SA?C^?t WW TIlIC??,;
Io lots te salt .purchasers, a small lot of No. S
BULK SLOES aaa SHOULDERS.
, OEo. W,:WUiLJAMs A C0W Factors,
raar2g-2 . Corner Olmrehand Hayneatreeta.
/JOB NI j 0 O ENI .
MOO bushels Prime White sad slightly Mired
CORN, landing fte dar. For sale, low fresa
whare JOHN OAMCSSN- * Ott.
mar28-2 . ?. ?
TJGaB ! SUGAR!
so hhGs, er Oood Dry NeW^Orteons SUDAR, well
salted tor barreling, jo* received. ?esSSj
HEW ORLEANS MOCdkSSftS,
:? barrels of New Ortesns Molasses for sa?erlew
to close a consignment .* aw-nr?.
.' FISH'i FISH i - jnaff't 2
inaner barrels and kits of Sos. i an* 2 Mackerel
.Barr?is and half barrels Pickled Herring .
Boxes Smoked Bloater Berring
Boxes Smokes Salmon'. " . ". .'
For sale by STREBT BROtfHBRS a-oo., .
martti N S^SB?S?!
J? ? Y -LA-OI N Gr, 77"
woo ha Os HAY, landing thia, day from' bark
Basah E. Fra?*, at AUanitc Sooth Wharf.- . ?
For aile by KING * Olii?OS.
., gggftg ? .1 ' .. "i ....
JUM BIO 1 IV B D, gg*
soo bushels Prime GOLD SEED RklB. For sall
by JAS.R PRINGLE * SON,
mar27-8 No. S North Adger'a Wharf.
AGENCY FOR TBE GREAT UNITED
? . STATES TBA OOSL?ANY.
TEAS IS VARIETY ~
. AT REDUCED PRICES I
r QUALITY OUARANtJEKDl '
As Agent for the above Company,' I would ta*
spectrut r call the attendue br tea-drtoxers ss tts
' assortaient of TBA* I-now h*v? ip atora-AIAV of
which are WIBBANTED STKIOTLT rest
I rt al le uga comp?rteos ts qnsHty and pries with
any Tea* sold in ?nts market.. I only ask a fair
trial to test the superiority oMbeee g^da^"
Agent for the Great UT s! Tea company,
corner Karget and Meeting streets,
JV All goods delivered free to railroad depots,
steamboats, ?ad all pares of tnectty. ma<M
ORN 1 CORN 1 OORN 1
3,600 bushels Prime Mixed CORN
-10,000buskcls Prime Watte Oom.
Landtag and tor?ale lo w*y
martt-ft* ? H. BEL.WINKLE A. OP.
^T^TE AND COLORED" MATTING.
A4 Willie, Checked and Fancy Colored MAT?
TING of good quality. For aale by-. .
JJAOON! BACON I BACON !
in store and receiving: . "T
?0 h hes. 0. R BACON SIDES TWestsrst
SO h nc:?. Beary Western Bama Shoulders
25 tierces Prime S.Huns (canvased.) ?.?
For sate loW at MAOUUBE}I A RI?UKE'S,
maru Nos -Ji ami ?rVen'doe Raug-2.
jpLOUB, SIDES. SHOULDERS, HAMS,
1, PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AC. r ^
; j E F F 0 RDS A CO., ,
NOS. IT and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MAKK.ET RAT*S:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
2? hhds. Choice Olear Rib Sidas
? hbdfl. Prime .smoked Hbonlden.
io HeroesCheieeS.U.Banu. .
10 tierces Pare bas/ Lard
26 Dbls. Heavy City Mesa Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry salt Benlee
1W wc ks Rio Coffee
. iso bbls. Beflhed Sugars .
, loo cases 2 asd 8 ft. Fresh To matosa
Tl oases Fresh Peaches
100 eases, l and 2 ft, Fresh Oy stem,
oct n-tur osamos rr
EASI TEAS! T E A 8 !
WILSON A BROTHER
will las oe atan early day a Catalogne of the FINE
GROCERIES with which their establishment ls
Bat st present they desire to call attention
more especially to an extract from .Th e American
Grocer," relative to the great Tea swindles which
are now being foisted upon the American peo?
ple. AU lovers of Tea should peruse the remarks
of the editor of the ablsjoomsi from walch the
extract ls taken, and be warned ts Orne. -y.
Referring to the large Tea Companies sf New
York City, the writer says:
"I have now in my possession a sample of bogus
Tea, without one single leaf of the original Chi
nasa Harb, to adnlrera'elt ann. It was made tor
a Monster House, sold tv a Monster Hooke, used
by a M onster House, and dtttrtbatea by tbe-baos,
corrupt myrmidons of that setr-aatne Monster
House Uhr?ug'hout the United States of America
to do l s deadly work of grad nally poisoning toe
free, yee unprotected, people of your Great Re?
The cl t laen s of Charleston who wish to avoid
using the poisonous compounds; too often sold
ander the name of Tea, should take the procas
Hon of parchasiug only from responsible houses,
which have an established reputation for deakag
in PUBS TEAS.
For PUBE TEAS, of all qualities and pri?es, go
to WILSON A BROTHER, Grocers,
Anson sad Society streets,
r All Goods delivered' free.
Prime CYPRESS SHINGLES. In bunches, derlv
vated either at tba city or at SalUvsn'a leland.
r or sale by SHACKELFORO A KBLLY,
mar 16-1 mo No. 1 Boy oe>s Wiarf, j