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No. ito East Ray, Charleston, S.e.
Wit (t^W?^t^ g&fog.
FBIDAT, MARCH 31, 1871.
mews -or m DAT.
-Gold, at'New York< yesterday, otosed at
-The New York cotton market closed dull;
uplands 15?c.; sales^Wu*bales. I
-At Liverpool cotton closed quiet; uplands
. 2^d.; saies lep?bales I
- The British h^zh commissioners telegraph
their proceedl?g^lo'tontto? 'dally. ;|
- -Mr. A. T. Stewart's bark Hunter, with food}
lor the French, arrived at Havre on Sunday "j
-The New York City viaduct railway bil!
has passed both houses of the Legislatoren and j
.now only awaits the Governors approval to
become a law. : v -
-Ice will be cheap this year, and the mo?
nopoly companies' in Nev York will have no I
?show, whatever,-'ft le tho ?rht, against the new
combinaliona that have been forrr^yL., I
-Even Fred Douglass-declares Harli a fail
ure. tts paper'money rerrnfres an wrttlay of I.
$1000 fur a pound of tea, and in Ave Years I
there have been, three -reypiutioo? and tour
-thousand major-geuerals. V
< ^?h^arent militated frBtrjn&i- 1
?it! ons have signified the ir In ten tl o fi of t ak rn g
part in the great'Germsai peace celebration in J ,
Few York on Easter Monday. In addition to j
the procession during" tho day, there will he a Y
general Illumination tn the-eruning by all who '
claim Germany "tor their fatherland, |<
; -The mortality -of Taris, - from-' September
' 54th, 1 &70', to ; February 24th, 1871, including
' the time-ofthe sieire, amounted to 64,154 per-1
lions, against 21,973 persona during the samel;
period tn 1869 ?nd 1870. The lowest weekly J
'mortality,, which occurred in September, 1870, I
-?7881134, while the greatest weekly, mortality, I j
^hfish i&ccuiredFm February;,lttrt,ytp <67l. j :
- -A Washington lettes ot Tuesday says: I
?*TOe Hon* WW b>a*engaged_\at ieast formal
jveak'io come lu the debate o^he blil .to sup- i
press tbVKn-ff?rjx.- No -other bnsines? is to j (
?., Interverfe in the. meaoil me.. There, 'does not I (
-ieem to oe shy doubt, troavtbe way tho lines -j
?^araWr^ that,the.bUl ?ill pass early next -,
' 'Week-cy- substantiadiy a party vote. "It will ;
- then bo '.sent to tbp Senate, where lt will also
?ike ateborately debated.1-" -. .- ' ? .... ? i*
jj* i^?etterito^ '?
io Governor Sa?anel G. jiard, eduvor of ?ie it- J
?iania Ia^slJJ^etr?e?', commenting' ob and dis? i
<?4SentIng from the-rooeoVspeecb of grudge Lin- l
^on.Stepben?, "fe f^bilahod fn thwtttelligenosr. ]
.?Hr. Adams 'asafe&k lkIbe S?rth can..ney er i
?nocarried1 tot"a .sw-revolutlonc'"'We moat "j
go forwar?, and ?ot Back. We must"demand
self-go ve rn m eat -ter all, and gaarautaeiequ al 'f
j&fita to?_eveiy; Juan. D?inocraiir must be
-Demoeratic-td soceeed. Ol ve us a Demor. alic
,an^i\trallon which shall secure the rtghts of $
1 the-Stat ce and regard the Umita oi'.t be F?deral 'S
'Cbnstijfc^ as we?l as I
North, can Conduct our home matters as the \
people'atrifome desire, and if that is not-the \
hast way 'then the w?ipj?.fabric Ia a vision.*' \
Th^'HeW Tors: papers aro ventilating the : <
financ?e ol ^he Fetilan organization of 1866, ,
When the warlike excitement ran BO high and
Fenian bonds were so plenum!. The total re?
ceipts are stated at,4l85,28\ and the expend?
trues $180,953. Of the expenditures $35,386 '
Went te the account of "military expensas/ >
\ -and the balance Uisalaries ot ofBcials, ranging I
from $2000 to $50 per an num, the bead-cen t r e, I
john (TMahony, reesising tor bte services in 1
that position the-former amount. The staff of
salaried oiBcera, howtrvur, were not the ontv <
peruons that lived upon _ the Fenian treasury, '
others, it is charged, t?ing paid for mythical
services. 'The greater patt rf the aggregate
amount paid for Fenian bonds came from the ;
earnings., ol Poor set vant girls, who believed ?
'thattheir' subscriptions would be honestly, ap- ;
$Hed t?.tj;e^deaip^<Ri^rrelan*. ' '
. - Late l?adiid oorrt?spoiidence paints a dark ',
f uture to r tb% reign of Amadeus-. - He h as at- ;
tempted to form a royal guard, but 4ra^ not
yet found a tsufneieacy el otflcere. to aeeept <
comffiands,:nonc ot the- Spanish nobility , will '
accept-posttions aa gentlemen in .-wait in jr, and
no ladles are found for the personal attendance '1
Of the Queen.. Thus ohe dtiheutty .of keeping 1
up a cc^utij?Stlnnes, anTi^e isoiatioa of the S
young wonara h ia . capidly increasing. All I
seem to foresee lire, end,-and norie'wish te 1
identify Lhemse^ea with ibe fortunes of a ikil- 1
ing star.- Meantime, the A (lousia ts and -Oar- 1
lists are activ?, andace,.warmTy aiaed hy the ]
' power of tbo women, who opeqiy- wear as ]
jeweLstheflenjde'^soft?t-Bonrbons, br the *i
Margarita of Don Caries, and will' soon start "|
two papers bearidg the names hf those flowers, i
The death- of Prim-has caused the young King i
-tosink into utter oblivion, the nobles turn 1
.-their backs on him. ana below gleams the dag- i
ger of the asa ass hr.
-The Metropolitan Hotei In New. York was i
closed on Monday last. The three Leland i
Brothers, Simeon, Warren and Charles, who j
haye held the lease of the hotel for eighteen <
past, flied a petition in bankruptcy on |
-Friday. Ic had been- known by the regular i
-guests of the bouse fur several months past j
that the establishment -was on the verge of i
dissolution, but none knew oattr. a week or j
? two ugo that the change was to come so soon. 11
.Ure hotel wUl remain closed until May ?, du- 1
ring whio?rttrBe the furniture will be disposed
of at private saleem As'toaa been previously an?
nounced, William M.~;T. weed has leased Uw
hotel foi a term oi five'-years, at an annual
rental & $60.00 for the. first two, and $65(000
for the f emafnlnR three''years. His sou Rich?
ard will be installed as the proprietor, and!
Abraham Garfield, the manager of the Delaven
House in- Albany,- wttr -asenme~enttre charge.
Henry Marsh, who has filled the position of
clerk under the Lelands, will, it ls. reported,,
continue lu the ? .j capacity under the new
regime... ., ,
-There is a movement.on foot in Columbia
to-...build. a fine new hotel, aud the Phoenix
thinks the project will be pushed through...
, -The Connecticut election takes place on
Monday next, and the contest waxes warm.
The Democratic and Republican commut?es.at
Hartford and New Haven. have sent do wa to
New York city to drum up all the available
speakers-to go to Connecticut this week.
Both parties are making, extraordinary exer?
tions to carry the election, and money- is said
to be "no-abject." They are also telegraph- j
lng for speakers, if possible, to come on from
Washington.^ . . - .<
Our Mercantile Interests mad the PubUc
The Chamber ?r Conrtnerc?, at their spe-1
dal. ;meefcing Jield yesterday afternoon,
adopted a preamble and resolutions which,
we have every reason to be???ve, will meet
with;-the concurrence ol.all the. taxpayers.of
the State. In itself the meeting was au in?
fluential one, for it ^presented a very large
proportion pi. the active, capital which niakes
Charleston;, move* and gives its measure of
active' ?Te Ho Sil* trafle' and . agriculture "of
avery county io South Carolina. Xhere vas
rio rashness or pr?cipitation in the words of j
any o? lie" memoirs. ?ri' the cofitr?ry,
-r?- ? . ??wr :. -.'.v * ? . ? J-?, -
there waa a quiet commercial dignity. 14.the
deliberations of the meeting; which cannot
fail to produce a profound effect wherever
the preamble and resolutions are read.
- The action of the Chamber of Gout mere a
has our cordial approval. It toay not come
up to the expectation of some, of the
yonnSer-spirits-tn-'the-upper part of the
State, but it is a candid arid truthful expr?s?
sion', o? the opinions and. determination, of a j
whore mercantile community, lt is at once
a declaration and a warning. The pream?
ble and resolutions show the causo of .our
troubles, and, in all seriousness, - gfve- notice
?0 the Outside world "thatlth? prbpefty-h??d
ere of Sooth .Carolina will resist, in every
proper way, th? payment't>f' any new 4??b\
contracted b,y the presen^ State go vert?me?t^
and will equally resist thai payment or au y
outstanding-debt which has been improperly
contracted. * This is' a Ifah? a?fice. After
thia action, no investor -or speculator .will
bave a right to compl?ter if " btf gambles 00
mecessfuDy in ?outh Caroifna bonds.
The Convention of the People, proposed
lo be held tn May, win, we-hopis, be accepta?
ble to the State,. Thai Convention wpU haye
uefore it a true statement of the debts of the
Commonwealth, and, as the r?tiresentative of
the whole ^people, may define what shall be
he permanent polloy bf the future. Certain
It-iB that the people will not pay aey'unlaw
iuldebt, and . cannot pay the taxes of the
The Wajr Ont of the Wood?.
The Columbia Un ion thinks that the ev i?
:omp!ainecr?f in Mn Meimniriger's letter-to 1
JoverrJor Scott- fcmdrso difficult to remedy. 11
X a?nlUs^thnt'Ignorance prevails "to "an
rralarmiug extent among*those to whom is
'entrusted the management of political
''affairs ;" also, that ';the public money lu>3
"been wastefully expended," but itJ?elie.'y.uS
Mt the present condition of tin ogs- eau Jj e
oater lally amended. It .-.Hays, moreover,
hat tue better class of-' the - colored citizens 1
regard Corruption and dishonesty J'wrtlFas 1
'much abhorre'dce as their white brethren," ?j
md that "calnij counsel and )ftudenfinan? <
"agement" will' maie'piaip. the way out of [
iVjery difficulty. This is jery pretty talkiug,
iptit does- nut square with, the hard, facts,
taxation grows more burdensome every
ean The- people starve, while the- Radical
eadere- promise a* change fer the better
vhich uerer comes. Nor do we see much
rope that good will come "Of a'freah attempt L
0 Incite "the better men of "?il parties upoa L
'a common platform that will secure equal
'a?:d exact justice to all." That experiment
ff as tried last year, and, as all the State
?nowt, lamentably failed. What reason is
Lhere for expecting that a. new. Reform
movement would meet a better fate ? We
fear that there is nothing to be hoped for in
that direction, and this seems to be the con?
viction in every part of the State.
Can thc Taxes be Paid ? - Another Call
for a State Couvcntlon.
A correspondent oT the Columbia pKoen ix
has trustworthy information that, in tha ma*
?or?ty of the counties of the State, not' more
than two-thirds of the land owners have poid
?.heir tax-thai- in sope counties nearly one
tusU have.not paid the tax^aad iliia. failure
iS/Onused, iu nearly every instance, by ab
white inability to pay. The corresponden,
coutiuues in these words : - - * - * I
"How can tho people live and pay thei*
taxes,- When, In very many cases, lt takes toe
half their income to pay their tax ? ' The aver
igetax levied m- the several counties ls about
t,\velve dollars on the thousand dollars, as?
sessed vame, of -your entire property, produc?
tive and non-productive. Kow, we all KBOW
chat our people do-not'realize more than seven
per cent, upon the assessed value of their
property, and a majority do5 not realize that
much.*-The reader wllfthbs perceive at a
?lancethat If he realizes-only seventy dollars
[rem his' thousand dollars' worth bf property,
and pays to the county treasurer twelve dol?
lars of that seventy, then he pays, less a frac?
tion, the Sixth part of his income for taxes.
NoW, whenever a person realizes less than
feven per cent* from their propertyf then of]
?ourselt tates probably "hairthe incoare to
?wy tax. Now,' we all know that if lt take6
me-fourth or one-firth of a man's income to
pay his tax, he caunot continue loug.tyii6
?iy business. Now, there is only one remedy
'or this grievous wrong, and that is a firm re
jolve on the part of the people not to pay the j
aext tax; and for the purpose of securing j
inanimity and concert of action let several of j
ne leading citizens of the State present a re
speotfu?^moAtrance to the Governor, and
r?en if lie cannot or will not aJftrd-ua relief,
tfiV?- the?eit SeBt thmg'for us K> do is to let
these same gentlemen" coil a convention, to
meet at-"CoIumbia, and to b> composed o?in
fl&entlaT>?tlz?ha. from the- eev?ri?- coTinfl
who, sbsllunltG the people upon some means
oVrelief, Now, in myhumble opinion the best
thing-Ve^ewroOf rt remonstrance-fails-,-ls lor
the people to unanimously* -refuse- to pay the
riATt. lay Thin is ^peaceable, remedy; Cor we
thus do not make any resistance to the law,
but simply fall to pay our tax. The citizen
thus places the necessity,pf action^ upon the
State, anjj'if ?v?n a good majority of her'cTtl
'zerisjd n?t'pay'their tax, sf uTWeftalfe to say
tnatshe cannot-<$ie?t the1 tax."
Taxation, wlthoat Representation.
The revelations of the Sooth Carolina
press apon the subject of debt and taxation
?re attracting general attention in the North,
and" must do much good in convincing the
people'at large that the troa"blesin this^
State ar? not cauSed by ariy hostility; tb'tfie
Federal ^Government, nor even hy the dis?
qualifications of the Fourteenth constitution?
al amendment It is now. -pretty well un?
derstood thai the one great source of evil is
corrupt legislation,and the enormous taxa?
tion which is filching the last dollar fro tn -the
pDCliets Of the people. Upon this point, that
temperate and caatiotre paper, the Baltimore
SiH" speaks as follows: * *
".Now, a thorough examination jot the state
of things In South Carolina will satisfy any one
thai it is. not even. the. odious, political, griev?
ances inflioted upon the people of which the
whites BO much complain,.as the corrupt and
unjust State legislation,- unprecedented in ve
nality^nd .oppressiveness, by which the last
dollar, has been niched from the pockets of the
peopkv and millions added to the debt of the'
?tate, ..amidst corruption and dishonesty. It
isnok so much'taxation without representa?
tion, ' contrary as that is to every principle ot
Republicanism and sentiment of Justice, as
iliai taxation is exercised in the .wildesl ex?
travagance, and to fiji the pockets of adven?
turers^ .Itjs true, that^ the .Governor, as well
aa. some of his friends, now having interest at
Btfie, has exerted himself latterly in checking
so mew hai, the Saturnalia of corrupt expendi?
ture. But it ls rather late. With .a., reduced
price of cotton this year, leaving tip? planters
nuable to^do more than pay expenses, and
subject, besides to thieving and depredations
upon their tarma lo an extent never known
before, they, are called upon to pay tax?e so
enormous thai they amount to downright con?
fiscation,. Under such a horrible and Intolera?
ble rule, threatening the .property-holders
with the sale ofaii they .have for taxes, lt is
not wonderful that there ls excitement among
the people. It has no further political signifi?
cance than that many who - thus suffer are
po wt irk.? HS to help themselves hy reason of. dis
fxamiblsement; bat, l eader the circumstances,
it ...ja, tin excrement- u>AicK simple robbery
amafeens.. The burthen ot the whole press of
the,Slaters the terrific taxation and the reck?
less waste. Their 'political disabilities1 seem
to be.a matter of subordinate consideration,
exfiaptiiiatby. reason of ic em they are power?
less victims of legislative robbery and plunder.
lhere ls no doubt that on this subject their ex?
asperation is great, as it would be anywhere,
even in New England, il thus despoiled of Us
property. In South Carolina and in other South?
ern States, one of the chief obstacles to a real
reconstruction is the. wanton exercise of State
legislation by irresponsible adventurers, and
their malign influence upon the more igno?
rant membership ot the legislative bodies tor
their own personal emolument and aggran?
dizement This id the prolific fountain of evil,
and Us disastrous results can only be avoided
whm the intelligence and virtue of any commu?
nity are-permUted to control its own affairs."
^f^TH? RELATIVES, FRIENDS ?NF
icqujuntan?es of. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. SCH ROD ER
ire respectfully invited to attend the Funeral
services or the latter, at her late residence, eer?
ier of Coming and Beaufain streets, at s o'clock
f. M., Tnis DAT, without further Invitation,
marti* . - . -
. . v Special Notices.
? STATE OF sou ra CAROLINA,
3QC&Tr pf sHARLESTON-COlJRr OF COMMON
PL?A>-JQHS S. ?V?N, against w". Uf MCDOW?
ELL,, D. CALLAHAN, H. M. UKASE and THE
SAVANNAH.' AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
??MP?N?*.-tVhereoB, by ah order or bis Honor,
Et. F. OK AH AH, atabe and entered*'on the-?il
fa^ofMiran', 'lSTi,- this case W referred' to thean
lerslgned, as speelattrferee,' to taite the account
if ali tb? part airship* transact'un* between the
x? part naru lo the firm ot MCDOWELL, CALLA
BAS. A COMPANY: And .whereas, lt is further
Ktiered that said Refereb shah call upon ail the
'realtors, of the said,arm to present ano prove
?heir respective claim* before him, and that he
>e authorized to require and examine proof of
d', such claims as may be prod need if either of
;ber partners require it. Therefore, the under?
lined hereby calls upon all Creditors of the said*
irmo: MCDOWELL, CALLAHAN & OOM PA N'Y to
present and prove their respective claims before
nlovat the office or H AYME A SON, No. 22 Broad
street, at ll o'clock A. M., on SATUBDAT, 1st day
or April, 167L . L W. HAYNR, .
Charleston, March 84, mi._man^-a
. pST* HEADACHE, LANGUOR AND
meinncho y generally spring from a Disordered
Stomach, Costiveness, or a Torpid Liver. Each
may readily be removed uy Dr. D. JAYNE'S SAN?
ATIVE PILLS, a lew doses or winch will be round
lo. stimula'.e the Liver and stomach to healthy ac?
tion, removing all Biliousness, and, producing
r gular evacuations.of"the bowels. Sold by all
Druggists, and by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.,
Char eston, S. C. _ mar30-thatu3
)?SB* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for .Young Men on J?ociaT Evils, and the propriety
ur impropriety or getting Married, with sanitary
help for .those who reel unfitted Tor matrimonial
Happiness^ Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
Pa. ' _ nn?5-3mos
"'pB*' THE PUREST AND SAFEST.
Th? efficacy or HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED
STOMACH BITTERS as a 'specific for recruiting
Mie enfeeble* body ami cheerim: the desponding
mind, Iras passed Into a proverb. In *e United
Siat'js, where this marvellous tonio has borne
down all opposition, and eclipsed all rivalry, the
demand for it hts annnally increased in a heavier
and heavier, ratio for years, until, at last, the regu?
lar sales of this preparation exceed those or all
other stomaohlcd vowbiEed. Eminem members pf
tr^e medical profession and hospital surgeon- with?
out number, have caudldly ?dmitte that the
pharmacopoeia of the raculty contains no prescrip
Hon that produces' such beneficial effects In dys?
pepsia, geL-ral debility and nervous disease*, as
Hoatetter'a Bitters. To use the language of a ven*' '
amble ph) sician of New York, "the Bitters are thc
unrest stimulant and the safest tonic we have."
Bul the uses uf the great vegetable antidote are
mucii more compreheiiMve thun such praise
would imply. As a preparatory antidote to epl
lernle disease, a genial silmulaui, a promoter of
?ous?rutl?nal vigor, an appetizer, a stomachic,
md a remedy Tor nervous debility, no medicinal
preparation Has ever attuned tho reputation of
Hosteler's Bitters. It ls the household Tnnic'-of
;Ue Ai?' rican people, and in all human probabil
ty will be su- for centuries to ct me, The mag
lutes of science recognize its merits; and that it
s emphatically the medicine of the masses, ls
iroven by >ts vast and ever increasing sales.
ya- CONSIGNEES'-PI ,
MARYLAND, fronkBai tm ore, arc hereby nott
that she ls THIS DA* dldohargingx'argtrat. PlerpTo.
1, Union Wharves.'^ All ajpods net.taken away at
sauset will remain off wharf at consignees,
risk. MORDECAI k CO.,
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAMES AUGER, ftpmNew Tort,are noUfleji .that
she is discharging cargo at Adger's South,
Wharf. Goods not citied for at s unset ;w ll!'renda in
on the wharf at owners^ risk.
inar31-l . J AH ES AD GEH ? CO., Agents.
fm* THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRCST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPART?
MENT.-Depositors are requested to leave their
books to be credited with the April quarterly in?
terest due lat proximo. Ah despostes made on or
before sot h April will bear Interest from 1st April.
Interest six per cent., compounded.quarterly.
(Signed) T. R. WARING,
- mar3l-rtuethl . Cashier.
LOAN ON BOTTOMRY.-THE
'"undersigned, Captain dr the American Bark
KED AR, now in T?itR port, needing fonds to pay
for repairs and other expenses or said Bark to
enabie-ner .to resume and prosecute her voyage
hence to Valparaiso, requires a Loan of FOUR
THOUSAND DOLLARS ($4000,) more br less, on
hypothecation of the above named vessel, to be [
relinDursed twenty days after arrival, at Val-.)
Sealed applications, naming rate' of maritime
premium, m nat be presented1 at the office bf]
Messrs. j. A. E.vs ?,ow k 00., Ne. Ml East Bay,
at 12 o'clock, noon, on SATURDAY, 8th April, when
and where they will be opened- tn- the presence of |
the applicants or their representatives. Per
further information, apply to my Consignees,
Messrs. J. A. ENSLOW k CO.
CHARLES A. FRENCH,
. m a 131 ?3 Master .Bark Kedar.
?pa* THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS-JOHN HANLEY" KT AX, Plain?
tiffs, against U E W ITT FORSETT and ' GEORGE
LEE, Defendants-Copy Summons for Reiter.- To
the Defendants DB WITT FORSETT and GEORGE
LEE: You are hereby summoned and .required to
answer the complaint in ibis action, of which a
copy ls flied in the office or the Clerk of said Court
this day, and to serve a copy of y oar answer to
the said complaint on the subscribers at thclr-of
Dce, No. 98 Broad street; Charleston, S. C., within J
twenty days after tue service hereof, exclusive "bf I
the day of such service; ?nd If you fall tu?niwer [
the complaint within the time aforesaid,- the Plain?
tiffs in this action will apply to the Court for tbe
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated March 23d, lsu.
BREWSTER k S PRATT,
-; Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P. . _ ,
[SEAL.] . marSl, aprli,2S
?mT" JUVENILE 8INGING -SCHOOL.- j
Mr. KR M M ER ER will -commence a JUVENILE
SINGING SCHOOL TniS AFTERNOON', at hali-past 4
o'clock, at the Hibernian Hall. Tuition for th lr
teen Lessons, including .a Book, 60 cents. The
clasB will meet every afternoon. , mar29-3?
. UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-Notice ls herehygflven that this Bank-will,
on the first day of May next, "Be prepared, In com?
pliance with the recent amendment of its charter,
to consolidate, reduce, and redeem the stock or
the Bank-that is to say, ONE SHARE OF NEW,
wliLbe issued for TEN SHARES OF OLD STOCK;
and at the request of any stockholder holding
less than ten shares, the Bank will redeem the
same at the rate fixed for sahl redemption .by the
charter, or holders may sell and assign all such"
by ?udorsment on the. original certificates. Ac?
cording to the provisions of the amended char?
ter "no one shall be" considered or held to be a
stockholder of the said Bank who has nat receiv?
ed a new certificate for the consolidated shares,"
on or before the first day of Jone next.
" H. D. ALEXANDER",
mar2T-mwf Cashier. ,
pa- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN
to]all Sub-Agents of thc'Land Commission, that;
from and arter the first day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, secretary of tbe Adrtaory Board. '
ROBT. C. DE LA HOE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 187L m axil
? Tt?E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
NA-COUSTY OF. DARLINGTON,-COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS.-WILLIAM A.'WASHINGTON,
Plaintiff, against HARRIET L. SOWERS, Admin?
istratrix, with'the will andexed, of JAMES SOW?
ERS, deceased, Defendant.-Summons for Relief.
To th? defendant, HARRIET L. SOWERS: You
are hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint in thia action, which is flied in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common Picas for
said County, and co serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the subscribers, at the
Office of FRASER, HAYNSWORTH A COOPER, at
Sumter^ S. C., vituiu twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day or such service; and
LT you fall to answer the complaint within the time,
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will "apply to
tho Court for the relier demanded m the conv
Dated March 18 th, 1871.
HAYNS WORTH * FRASER,
To defendant, HARRIET L. SOWERS; Take no.
tice that ibe summons and complaint lu this ac?
tion were filed lu the office of the Clerk or the
Court of Common Pleas for Darlington County,
on the 18th day of Marah, 1871.
HAYNSWORTH k FRASER,
mar24-f3 Plaintiff's Attorneys!
pkt- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.- '
OOLLETON OOUNTY.-IN THE COMMON PL BAS.
-HENRY 0. GLOVER and JAMES 8..GLOVER, as
Executors of JoHN 0. GLOVER, deceased, Plain?
tiffs, against C D. RICE, Defendant-Copy Sum>
ni/ms 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 filed ou the 18th day of February, 1871,
la 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 of CARLOS TRACY, Attorney at Law, in
Walterboro', Sooth Carolina, within twen'y days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; and ir you fall to answer the com?
plaint within The rime aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this-nerton will rake Judcment against you ror
the sum of seven hundred dollars, with interest
i rom 23d day or October, 1457, and costs.
Dated at Walterboro', Maren 16.1371.
? CARLOS TRACY,
HENDERSON & HEURE,
Attorneys ror Plaintiffs.
By the order of Judge PLATT.
A. C. SHAFFER, f, ?.').
inam-re o. c. p. [ j
?ST A GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDG
MENT.-A. J. CHARLOCK, a pr:u:er in the o Olee
or the Ohio Weekly Chu l?n, writes to the propri?
etors or the PLANTATION BITTERS as follows:
'.f bree months ago I wa-> the mere hhadow ora
man, and so.dehliiiatcd that my limbs shook un?
der me while at work. The compositor at the
next case said to me one f'ay, -Andrew, you need
a tonic. That's what's the matter, and there's no
tonic that was ever got up eq ml to PLANTATION
BITTERS. Try 'eui ' 1 have ?tried 'em,' and you
are at liberty io state (referring to me for con?
firmation) that they have restored my health,
and, I believe, saved my ure."
SKA Moss FABINK irom-pure Irish Mosa, for
Blanc Mango, Puddings, Custards, Creams, Ac.,
Ac. The cheapest, heaumes:, and most delicious
food in the world. mani?-mwfSD&c
^r-JOHN C. BAKER & CO 'S GENU
?NEMEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best In'the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JNO. C. BAKER & CO., Philadelphia.
A fuU supply on hand by
DB. H. BARR,
febe-mwremos No. 131 Meeting street.
Oers will come prtparaoto pay ^RBttrASCtaSK
datent!! ber^aoctaa^ ROBERTO. S?.??R,^,.
CH ABLESTON BOARD OF TRADE. -
A Meeting of the Board will be held THIS ,
iPrldaj) tfmntmtr^m 1uilirt,'rt ? o'eleob,-l
at ?be, aah, MreUng street, to take into consider?
ation the present financial condition of the State.
-.By. order of ^he President., , .
A. FOSTER BLACK,
rnar30 ._ ?. Secretary.
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY FRIEND?
LY SOCIETY.-Thia 'Society' will hold a
Special Meeting on Tars EVEHINO, the aist -in?
stant, at the Hali or the Charlestop Riflemen,
corner of King and Liberty Btreets, at 8 o'clock,
to waloh they cordially invite all- the Survivor? of
Walter;*, Lee's, Hart's and, Halsey's Batteries.
A fun attendance ls requested, as mattera of fm
ff?ri?nc* win be presented. -By order of SK O.
ilOEsay, President. PETER FALLON,
majgM ? _Secretary and Treasurer.
QOUT H tj ARO LINA MEDICAL ASSOCIA-1
O TlON.-VThe Annual Meeting of the South
Carolina Medical Association will be held at
Charleston, on the First WBD>BSDAX In April,
County societies will organise atfd send their
Delegates. Where no Oounty Society exists,
Physiciansirom the Connty will please send Dele?
gates. Arrangements Viii be made with the
Railroad s-to pass Delegates forons fara.
J. SOMERS BUIST, M. D.,
marl4-tuf7wl. Recording Secretary S.C7m. A.
W"CANTED, A WHITE BOY, ABOUT IS
vears old, to attend In a Shoe Store. Ap
I ply. at-NO. 473'Klng street. ?. ? . mar31-l?
TANtED, A SERVANT TO NURSE
and do general hotrsework. Apply to No.
140 Beanfaln-sireet. - _marSl-l*
WANTED, A. -STEADY "MAN, SINGLE
preferred, io watt, in a Bar-room, and- to
put na Ninepins. Good recommendations requlr
ed. fnqnlre at Np. 107 jfarket street. mar31-i?
WANTED (ON OR ABOUT-THE %t-OF
April,) a situation by a respectable young
white woman to Cook and Wash for a small family.
Best jf recom m end attona given, if required. Ap
ply at this office.- ? ?...... "marat-2*
WANTED TO HIRE, A YOUNG
! cok)red girl SOT housework. Apply m
.Hu ledge street, third door north of Queen.
aaa?_ . . , _
WAFTED TO BENT; A DWELLING
HOUSE, in complete order, containing not
less titan six upright rooms, sooth of Calhoun and
west of Meeting afreets. -AddreSB C. F. PANK
' NIN, through, the Postofllce.' - - ? maras-?
TOTANTED, A LADY WHO j UNDER
ff STANDS Cutting and Sewing, as house
. keeper and seamstress. Address Pos torn ce Box
I No. ill, Sumter, 3. Q. , .,' martr-g*
for Sale. ?ht -
Al?rTT^nLCH COW^ FOB S?LELA
Durham Breed Springer, to calf In a few
days, will be sold low. Apply to J. CH. OLaUS
SEN, Market street., .. - -, ? margi-1
T?OR SALE, SLOOP ELENORA, NOW
JP* lying at Central WharfT ta perfect order.
Sallsand Oars complete. Well sulted'ior a plan?
tation boat. Apply to KINSMAN A BOWELL. No.
1-128 Ka*t-B..y, _?aral 1
/2J.?'i!? ELEEN'S AND GET YOUR NICE
XX FRUIT far ?sunday,. He baa beautiful large
, Oranges, Bananas and extra fine*?nglish Wal?
nuts and others. Also, for kirsty people, a
splendid Glass of Soda._ mar3H?
TT^OR SALE, A LARGE LOT OF EMPTY
JP .' BARRELS, at KLEIN'S Fruit Store, No. S3?
King street. . _marna*
"frOR SALE, A FANCY. ?B0N SODA
JD WATER COUNTER, with Marble. Slab. Ap
Pty at the northeast corner King and Spring
streets^ . : _ mar8l-i* .
MULES AND HORSES. -JUST RE?
CEIVED a lot of Kentucky broke MULE?.
For sale ac t&e subscriber's Stable, Queen street,
P. WEST. _ . mar30-4*
?AB-B00M AND CONTBNTSvr^TO . BE
P disposed of at private sale, that" well-known
Bar-room ou East Bay, "Atlantic House," No. 81.
Sold for no fault r the proprietor being sickly wish?
ing to change the climate. For further informa?
tion raqnire at tlie premises. ._' m ar 30-3*
A"WOODWABD" DONKEY PUMP, IN
good order? twelve (12) loch C.? Under, eight
ta Much stroke, eight (8) inch water Cylinder, for
sale by RAVENEL, HOLMES A CU., No. 177 East
Bay. _' m'ai27-mwf3
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rumlea Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for caah. Ia nearly
new, cms 28 inches, and bas an extra knife. No
char?e for package. Price t-ux Apply at THB
Naws Job Office. . m ar 23
FOR SALE ON SULLIVAN'S I8LAND -
A comfortable HOUSE, with alz rooms, out?
buildings, large lot and garden, and delightfully
situated on' Middle street, midway between tbs
Steamboat Lauding and tba Fort.'
I Also, a LOT. in the city, on-the sooth side of
Corabel land street, next east of Meeting, 40-by 72
I feet ? . -; -
ADplf to t D. ALEXANDER, No. 16 Broad
TTHPILANTFIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
V ^ For sale the first-class- double braire Jeffers
ENiJWE belonging tethe Vigilant Fire-Engine
Company. This Englue ls so weil known-through?
out mia city and state that a description ia un*
necessary- Apply to ? L. D. MOWRY,
. ... President vigilant Fire Englue Co,.
... Atlantic Wharf;
air Greenville Mountaineer, Yorkvilie Enqalr
erTctieraw Democrat and Anderson Intelligencer
Will each copy once, and a rad" bili as above."
' feb2-3-wftn_. ' '
FOR SALE,. SEVERAL SEWING MA
- CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
.heap, call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting aud Church streets. . febl4
Cost ano -Tonne.
LOST, ON RUTLEDGE STREET, ON
the i9tu, a amah black and tan TERRIER
A re wai d win be given on lu return ta No. 6 Le
gare street._. _ marai-l*
TO REN?TO?&3L1LTOF^^ I
INO situated in a moat desirable portion.of |
tuecRy.and within five minutes' walk of the Post
office: Rent moderate. Inquire ar Ko. 1 Society
street ' 1 marso
? situated rooms, with comfortable private
board, to-be bad at No. 23 Lynch street. Apply at
. STcricce in SankruptcTj.
IN.THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT
CF SOUTH CAROLINA-In the matter of MAU?
RICE STRAUSS, Bankrupt, by whom a petltlou
lor adjudication of Bankruptcy was tiled on the
seventeenth day of Maren, A. D. 1871, In said
Court.-in Bankruptcy.-This ls to give notice,
that on the twenty-eighth duy of Maren, A. D.
1871, a Wanam lu Bankruylcy was Issued against
the Estate or MAURICE -TRAUSS, of Charleston,
lu the County of i lianesiou und Staie of South
caruUna, >. ho bas been adjudged a Bankrupt on
his uwu petit iou; that the payment or any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to said
Bankrupt, to bim ur lor his use, and the transfer
or any property by hliu are forbidden by Uw; that
a meeting f the Creditors ut the suld Bankrupt, to
prove their debts and to choose une or more as?
signees of his Esiaie.-win be held ai- a Cuurt of
Baukruptcy, to bc uoldeu at No.- 72 Broad street,
Charleston, south Carolina, before J. C. CARPEN?
TER, itegistrar, on the TENTH DAY OF APRIL, A.
D. 1871, at ll o'clock A. M.
L. E. JOHNSON,
United States Marshal, as Messenger.
Boots, ?l)ocs, Sit.
TJOOTS, * fS??&USSty TB?NK3.
Receiving this day per Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Fall Uiver, irom Philadelphia,
assured invoices uf FINE BOO ts AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice' selectiou always in
Stuck 1 keep those CABLE SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
- manu No. 121 Meeting street.
jg-OTICEl NOTI C El ^
i By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia this
day 1 am receiving afresn supply oi those Gent's
Maud-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. Wita much tune and labor, I have tue
same for Buys and Gents.
mam "No. 121 Meetim: street
rjlQ THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
; JPiease inform thc numerous readers or your
pap?r. that Um AMERICAN GAITER. Patented, or
thc Shoe ol the Future, is a success. To supply
the demanda ul' tue Trade, another invoice to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mar22 No. 121 Meeting street:
S d?tea: Nlgh??f ta? Season-Benefit of S
I I *$L2aoP TH0MPS0I,' Js
and L?ST NIQ^TirTT?r ONE of the appearance
herself and Troupe in Charleston. Mina THOMP?
SON-in Comedy and Burlesque.
r.v THIS (Friday) EYENINOr MM?b. 30,
the Performance will commence 'with toe cele
brated Protean Comedietta entitled .Cir$\
tn.- which Mian THOMPSON win sustain .three
characters. To ne followed by the successful
Bm leanne of ?;'~
LC JULINE. . .-- .<:
Slr Rupert.........Miss LYDIA THOMPSON
Supported hythe entire Troupe. ' *
tW SATURDAY, GRAND FAMILY MATIN HS
PARIS. .-, v . .
Doors open at h alf-past 1, perro rm atTce com
m^clnghair-pascu. '-' *'? -'<
vy&aTORDAY NIGHT, farewell appearance .of
lilas LTDIA THOMPSON and fier Troop?, when
S6 entirely new attraction wiTrtft effered-the
Burlesque of ?be BRIGANDS. ,. ? marSl
?^Hymnal . ^
INDEBTEDNESS -, * *M * .
Oherawr and Darlington Railroad Certlicatee of
City Columbia pa st due Coupons - y
Clty.Memphls past due Coupons ., j
Memphis apd Ohio Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds
and -Coupons . K ' _
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad Guaranteed Six
Per Cent. Bonds and Coupons.
Apply to * * JAMES nV wTLSW,'*
tnarsi-t ' . v No. ? Broan^atreeti",
? JKifltuetg,* Dressmaking, Ut.
l?iAJ).A K.E~TuTT? ;
-. PARISIAN DRESSMAKER,
KING STREET, WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR ABOVB
WENTWORTH STREET, (UP STAIRS.)
.? ?. - ^ -
FINE FRENCH CORSETS MADE TO ORDER.
PRICES REASONABLE. '"' ' ' ,
mar29 . . .-, j
JWE JEWELS 7, WATCHES, \
THE LATEST STYi.ES.
Particular attention;, la invited to the "NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, .SILVERWARE AND FANCY G?0?8,
suitable for Presents, just received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, Np. 507 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLANS," N?. SOT KDM? STREET.
JAMES ALLAN^, So. 307 KING" 8THEET. _
Ail the newest and .moat exquisite designs in
Jewelry, comprising. . ... .. |
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD,
CQ?AL AND STONE. * 1i
Leontine, Opera, Nick and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rtnifrs: Gent's Pins, Pea fl and
I Diamond; Ptain Gold and Wedding Rugs always
on hand or made to'order; Sleeve Battons and
1 Studs, Bracelet?,' Brooches aM Earrings ; Armlets
and Necklacna, in GoKt and Coral; Brooches Cor
Hali or Miniatures, Lockets, Charnu and Masonic
. Pins, Glove Hands, at. "
/AMES-ALLAN'S, No. 307 KINO STREET,
A few ?oois abo ve Wentworth street.
?C trio sp apere, illa g an?? e. Ut. \
USA L ^CAROLINIAN
FOR APRIL NOW READY. " ?
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
AS USUAL. - - .
Price-For single number.....:.zs cents
Per iinnnm.....$2 oo
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS k COGSWELL,
Publishers, No. 3 Broad street.,
AND BT BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE". '
ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Ner York, have
removed from No. 141 Meeting street- to their
new ofllce, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
feblS_ General Agent.
?roceries, ?iquors, Ut.
JJ1RESH COTTON SEED MEAL
From Columbia MiiL For sale by . .. -. .
mar?8-tnthf3_W. C. COURTNEY k OO.
"jyj-O LAS'S B S AND. SUGAR.
2j nndfl. New Crop MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
220 b?rrela New Crop Muscovado Molasses ,
15 boxes Prime Grocery Sugar
?60 bores good Grocery Sugar .
, For sat? by W.- P. KALL,
. mar22-wfm6 Brown k Co/'s Wharf.
Jg ACON! BACON I BACON I...
in store and receiving :
SO bhds. O. R. BACON SIDES (Western)
50 mids. Heavy Western Bacqn Shoulders
25 tierces Prime S. O. Hams (canvased.)
For sale low at MACQUEEN * RIECK E'S,
maru , Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range,
EAS! TEAS!. TEAS
WILSON & BROTHER '
will issue at an early day a Catalogue of tba FINS
GROCERIES with which their establishment ts
But at present they desire to call attention
more especially to an extract from "The American
Grocer,'' relative to the great Tea swindles walch
are how being foisted upon the American peo?
ple. Ali 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 hare now in my possession a*sample cf bogus
Tea, wu ho at one single leaf of the criminal 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
tu do lis deadly work of gradually poisoning the
free, yet unprotected, people of your Great Re?
The citizens of Charleston who wish to avoid
using the poisonous compounds, too often sold
under the name of Tea, should take the precau?
tion of porctiasiug only from responsible bouses,
which have an established reputation for dealing
tn PURE TEAS.
For PURE TEAS, of all qualities and prices, go
to WILSON A BROTHER, Grocers,
Anson and Society streets.
ns- All Goods delivered free..
g H INGLE d ! S HIN G L E S t
Prime ?YPRESi SHINGLES, in bunnies, dellv
verej either at the city or at Sullivan's .slaud.
' forsaieby SHAOKELFuRu k KELLY, .
marl6-lmo . No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
Y'S R HAT.
PRIME, per Florence RoB,.,
WJ?LIAM ROACH 4 CO.
ARLES mMSTECK CHAMPAGNES,
'SILLERY AND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANDB k
rm ? mgprtttw ol rfltTffl>j ann nrami
' ., -
a LJ>P ERP BT? S P H A T. E .
BOWEN A ,MBBOBa>fl.^PfHBPHOSPHATE. a
verj superior article. ' P. a TR ES HOLM,
mara l-l_ - - y?, a Bhkm Wharf.
.?TJTTER, CHEESE, ?BK39f site'"
' ? RedAvttf, I ?H^Mr?!.^itmm, rrdm
New Xork, BlTTlA OBBSafc. Ac., on eonslgn
meat, and hopea hie friends wm ?ive Mm a call
and examino the quality of gooda alroatar re?
! 8.-Alan,--has-on hand anv-.aaaortmoit of
J1IN? TEAS r 'TH? * T*?l
PRICE LIST.,' * '** ' "'
Jmgerial,.80s,, and-? l per pound. ???-7?
Gunpowder, $1 BO and 11 7fi pol* poona
Ootoo^Toa eoo., si; frat sad. $i se jaw j>c*ad
English Breakfast, eoe., $1 and fl 2S pei pound
i Japan, ?l pw pound' fl?f " -~. . . -
. ''?res* ariwar^aoted p^lfcrand iniiteJtera.
ted, of fine flavor, and- will ampare favorably
with any sold In thiaiclty.^* ' v ' . '
They are Offered lt New York etty-prlces, ex?
penses added. Samples sent tree bj " mail.
?ei* gs *Wr Sg!!SI?iM???^jP?
?srGoodB delivered free to railroad depots,
steamboats, and an -par? of tm' clcr, free ot
charge^,,. . ^,..r.,;v-, marai
rT?7 A S T ? -D-, .
1 .flt-.. -.' ) ?.. - .''i?-'
. " . . , ,a^RTB^^^..W0jr; . , ^
?Sba? they are 4aUy losing money by sot buging ut^
LTNLrTTS .CHEAP STORE. " '
? . % ,-. 5 ?-- ** : ?j, v r-s. 'V *.- ? ? -
My*prRJes iaro uirpT?Mtiefitedly-low; ?fd; on all
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE, 25c. ft pened
Best Silver ?-lp Syrup, 7Sc. fler gaflen " "V*
Golden Syrnj., 00o.; a gal io rf - r .-'.;-?. -
Crush Sugar, 7,^ pounds for il . .
Beet Leaf Lard, 6j? pou ad? fer fl O
Lighthouse Ol!, 30c. sealion.., f
BescYoaag Hyson Tea, sold, ?laewher* at $2 per
: pound, ctin h3 bpught ' here for 51 ?9 iff .the
p?undpaxkage . ' "? ' '"" ?
CrocMiT, erli? ware, tin ware, B4rdw?
ra^?hhmObo?ar- . .
. ''' AWb " 'f.'. '
i- ?x?i .j,?-.- tu .-.i V
.. A gen^ral.taaortment.ln the HOU&E FURNISH?
ING LINE, sold at marvellously lew prices.
HO.?TED AND GROUND RTO, LAGTJATICA AND
JAVA C?FFEE!* '*" ? ?
Fresh every day in,the week, and jna?s^teed of
the best quality and of auch ^artiboJ?r kinite aa
represente*. *" Tue roasttrfX' is' hone 'spou the
preniiaes, under my" r^sonal'srlpervUlbdttftnd
not importe i from New York,) and ran be reliad
upon. . . , v.' w?*s
Look wt-lor tho Signs of the ?
.tjRijfrjjSEST SOUSE ' Alfi? 'CAROLINA TBA
' ' '* ;:*
And stop ut and aax-ior . one ot my^Bnfliaeas OLr
cutars. .. . i. : ? v .
> k Respectfully,? JOHN w. LILLEY.
maris-iyr _' _
J MP ORT E D C HA MFA OHES.
fiowpa hand the rcJinwing.brauds of -CHAM?
PAGNES, a:: REDUCED PRICES, bythebflSkOt,
case or bottle :
F?per Se O?M HEIDSIEOK
Chas. Heidsleck's ~ GREEN SEAL
T. E. ChjOOUOt'S PONS ARDEN
Mina's VRRZENAX and- PRIVATE STOCK
Eoederer's DRY 8ILLBKY
S. H. MirmmVDRY VRRZENAY
" ? ' Boo che; Fils * Co.'s'BSAND3
: ....: >.-..; NapCrtecVs OABT?FHT
' DUT' VKliXENAY
GARTE BLANCHE. .
E. E. BEDFORD,
" La?S WnCsl b?rtrin A Co., .
'jahn ' "' ' y&^frSrnyatreei
S t ?, i K l I ? G MQ&p ^
SPARKLING CATAWBA -
- - HOCH El MER . -^ .
L?QCBUR DES BBNEBIOTINS
CHARTREUSE . . L-a. -?.
MARA'SO FTTNO ..
VERMOUTH .<- ..
PARFAIT AMOUR . .
CREME DE ROSE
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' MENEE c H U'ILB R,
No. 825 KING STREET,
Bare Inst opened au entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.,
forSprtng and summer.
Our Clothing U a very large and- flue selected
stock for Mea, Youths and Rora feen $6 to $80
per suit. The largest portion, la of Imported
goods and manufactured oy oarselvesi.we can,
therefore, recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ts supplied wt tu' the finest select foo of FOREIGN
AMD DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DoS?BZHS, DfAOO
NALS, TRICOTS, MELIONS,'CHEVI -fit, ctSSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large 8wk of toe most
fashionable Pant aud Vest Patterns, which we.
will' make up. to order by measure m the latest
styles. The foreman Ia'tlife department of our
bus; ii ess has no eqnal In th? artistic woridJor out
ting and producing an elegant flt..
. ' . FURNISHING', ou obs.
This department is supplied wita ta? celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and flomesua cader
8 ti ir is and Drawers, Silk and Turbad Gloves^ Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows^Scarfa, Pocket
Hand kerchiefs,. Socks, Umbrellas, Ac
Our stook baa been selected with great care,
and prffies marked very low rn' plain figures.
Buyers In our line Will Und it to their advantage
to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
JOHN RU G fi El MER,
NO. HI KING STREET,
WEST 8EDM, A. TSW DOOM NORTH O? O.UOK 8TKBKT,
Would rwpectfully tbronn-tals friends .that he
baa Just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock of the latest styles of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. -
Also, a foil assortment or
GENTLEMEN'S F?J?rtSHTNG GOODS,
Including the Calabra ced 4
STAR S fl I R T :S .