OCR Interpretation


The Charleston daily news. (Charleston, S.C.) 1865-1873, April 14, 1871, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026994/1871-04-14/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

TBS M8 OW TBTB NEWS.
3
Tn DAILY NKWS, by man one year, *8; six
months $4; three mon*? 4210. Served rn the
city at E K3BTBBN 0KT8 a week; payable toJ?he car?
tier?, or $8 a year, mpA rn advance at tfcebfflcr.
THB HM-WBKELY NXWB, published oa Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, one year $4; six
acfitha-tz. -
?"mi WIMLY NBWS, one year $2. six copies
$10. Ten copies, to one address, fis.
SUBSCRIPTIONS in all cases payable In advance,
and no paper continued after the expiration of
the time paid for.
FRIDAY, APRIL . 14, 1871.
NKWS OW THE DA.Y.
-Gold closed in Hew York, yesterday, at
lOialO}.
-Cotton closed dull at 14?c; sales 4575 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
Y?da??d.; Orleans 7?J.;.sales 10,000 bales.
-General Cbangarnier, the French veteram
78 years old this month, is stated to be so
much oppressed by the troubles of his unhap?
py country that he la sinking rapidly, and his
death may be expected any day.
-Sam Gollyer has wagered $100 to walk
from Richmond to Petersburg,' Virginia, twen?
ty-two miles, In three boure and a quarter,
in two trials. He has made the first trial, but
failed.
-Washington's fowling-piece-a Grenoble
carried by him In 1751-55, is tQ be presented
to the Virginia Historical Society. The gun,
which ls ol the stub-aud-twist composition,
has the name ot Washington on the stock, and
has his .well-defined profile engraved on the
iron-work near the lock.
-In Indiana a jury recently selected a singu?
lar yet effective way to agree upon ti verdict
awarding damages. Bach Juryman wrote on
a slip of paper the sum he thought proper, the
whole were added together, and then by. di?
viding by twelve the average was obtained,
and the verdict awarded was I140O? a
-The body of a drayman who died at At?
lanta, Georgia, a few days ago, was'followed to
the grave by a long procession of empty drays,
his fellow workmen thus testifying- to their
respect and regard for him. There may have
been more Imposing funeral processions, but
lt ls doubtful df there ever was one which
showed more hearty good wlH and tender re?
gret.
-A package of Chinese tea seed has recent?
ly been received from North Carolina by the
commissioner ol agriculture at Washington.
These seeds, lt ls stated, are the products of
plant? originally Imported from China, and
sent several years ago to North Carolina. The
plants sees to bave proved sufficiently hardy
to resist the changes of climate In the Caro?
linas.
-Queen Olga,jof Wurtemberg, the "^ughter
of Nicholas of Russia, was to the last moment
strongly opposed to Wtfrtemberg's acc^sjon to
the German Confederation. ' When thVklng
told ber that lt was unavoidable, she exclaim?
ed Indignantly : "When I bestowed my band
-on your majesty, I thought I married a real
iinji, and not a mere satrap."
-A convention of the German teachers of j
.the United Stares is to be held in' Cincinnati
during the first week of next August. Teach?
ers are expected from all parts of the Union.
The German teachers of Cincinnati are mak?
ing preparations to receive the visitors. This
ls the second national convention of the Ger?
man teachers, the first having been held at
Louisville last year.
-On Monday the House of Repr?sentatives
again passed (130 to 21) a resolution declaring
that the true principle of revenue reform
points to the abolition of the present internal
-revenue system and the repeal of all laws im?
posing stamp duties, except modified ones on
.spirits and tobacco. A resolution ?o this effect,
lt will be remefile^ed.'w^ passed in Decem
. ber, but did not'eome bp in the Senate.
-At a sleeting ol various Radical and. Dem?
ocratic ?sodfadofcs tn J^undfln, 'V'kLit the
Wellington Music Hall, Brooke street. Hol?
born, under the presidency of Mr. George Od.
ger, a resolution was adopted by acclamation
declaring that ua republican lor m of govern
ment is the only one capable of developing the
great resources Ol trie coatitry, and worthy of j
the confidence and support of all true Demo- j
crats."
-Cardinal Cullen has published a pastoral
on the state of Ireland. His Eminence con?
demns the "spirit of resistance lo authority"
which ls abroad, and "bad newspapers and
other dangerous publications.'1 Secret com- J
blnations, he addst ajee tb? cause, of ty? graut?
est evils; "they introduce a reign of terror
Into every part ol the country," and lead to
crimes "as cleteitabls as those of Mazzini and
^Garibaldi.? ' * :' <
-The effect of strikes in Great Britain, lt Is
asserted, hag been to drive business.away
'trhm that corm fry, an* na any fflarruffeetarers,
lt is stated* have closed their establishments
in England, and hay? organized others in? Bel?
gium, wh?re the med wm work on acceptable
terms. English capitalists, it is reported, now
contract with the establishments on the Conti?
nent of Europe for machinery and iron work,
of waiata, ten years ago, England enjoyed the
entire monopoly.
-The latest version of the alleged secret
treaty between Russia and Prussia ls given in
the Monday Review of Vienna. No actual
treaty, it ls said, exists, but an exchange ot
written declarations is alleged to have taken
place between Prince Gortschakoff and Connt
Bismarck from the 0th vp to the 13th of July.
1870. These declarations embrace five points,
the last of which stipulates that Prussia leaves
to Russia the choleo of the moment for de?
manding the abrogittion of the restrictions ba
the Black Sea, and that Prussia guarantees
her support of thia demand on the part of
Russia under any circumstances.
-The fountain designed for the boulevard
at New Orleans ls finished. It will throw a
cascade of water with six feet fall Into a broad
basin, from which spring twenty more- sepa?
rate Jeta; thia overflows through ftmr large
orifices, represented as the mouths of dol?
phins, pouring into a sub-basin of larger size.
In the latter reservoir, which is about the
height ot a man's waist from the ground, two
life-size swans, moved by cloek-werk, which
runs forty-eight hours, will appear to swim
around; and a miniature steamship, which ls
so arranged as to fire a gun every hour, will
Also sall around the basin.
-The Chinese, it is asserted, will. In the fu?
ture, exert a preponderating influence on the
shores.ot the Pacific. Ina recent lecture de?
livered rn New York, Rev. Dr. Scudder, who
bas resided many years in China, asserted
that, although for the present the Immigra?
tion of the coolies to California is checked, yet
.eventually-the western coast of America, from
Alaska to Patagonia, will be peopled by the
-Chinese, attracted thither by the hope of remu?
nerative wages. For the same reason It was
.stated that the islands of the Pacific would be
peopled by the Chinese. The natives of the
1 elafids, lt was argued, lack physical vitality,
and must die out and be replaced by the
Asiatics.
-Administration authorities hold out the
hope that the high commission will finish Its
work In three weeks, and that the Senate will
be conve&Srin a?racfdlnary session the first
week, la Kay to consider such treaty or treaties
aa may hare been ageeed upon. Of coane'
much depends ou the acceptance by the Brit?
ish boute governrnent of certain points pro?
posed by Its commisioners. The fishery
question is the principal difficulty, our ger-,
ernment standing on the position assumed
in 1853 and' then concededI by threat Britain.
All the information relative to the fisheries
and the" alleged amount of "losses by the
! Confederate' cruisers furnished from Brit?
ish shipyards, together with voluminous
oSlolal documents in that connection,
have been closely scrutinized in Joint meet?
ing, In order to a lull understanding of all the
points involved. There seems to be truth in
the statement that the baals proposed contem?
plates: First-The privilege of American
fishermen to fish within the parts of Canadian
waters from which they are now excluded,
and to land and dry their fish and cleanse
their nets, Ac. For the privilege the United
States la to pay Canada a certain sum of
money. Second-Certain general internation?
al principles are laid down, covering those of
neutrality, by wiiich claims arising from -?he
depredations of tba Alabama, Shenandoah,
&c, are to be adjusted. Third-Commlaslon
ern to be hereafter appointed to adjust the
matters on the basis proposed. It is further
said that this basis has been Bent to England
for approval.
Glimpses of Gotham.
We have engaged, as the regular corres
poodent of THE NEWS, a rising young New
York journalist, who, as a native of Charles-,
ton, can give thiB pnblic just such glimpses
of Gotham, and the Gothatnites, as are most
likely to be useful an?amusing. The first
or his letters to THE NEWE is printed to-day,
and will, we-are confident, satisfy our read?
ers that our New York correspondence will
be an interesting and a valuable feature of
this paper.
The Situation and the Remedy.
Colonel James H. Rion, in a letter to the
Columbia Phoenix, suggests a remedy for
our present grievances, although, be has
little hope that those who now have the
power in their hands will ever willingly sub?
mit to its least abatement. The proposi?
tions of Colonel Rion, in brief, are:
1. To resist the doable tax proposed to be
collected in November "in every way short
"of aotual rebellion." Colonel Bion thinks
that this whole difficulty may be removed
by the authorities requiring no tax to be
collected in November, 1871, a half-tax ia
March, 1872, and then a whole tax io No?
vember, 1872
2. An amendment to the Constitution re?
quiring four managers of elections at each
election precinct, two of whom are to be
chosen by each political party in the coun?
ties; to have the votes counted as soot as
the polls are closed, and the resalta aggre?
gated the second day after, by two from
each box, (one from each political party,)
assembling at the county seats.
3. An amendment to the Constitution re?
quiring the passage of every bill imposing
taxes, assessing the value of property for
taxation, borrowing money or raising reve?
nue in any way, and of every bill making
appropriations, creating any debt or liabili?
ty, or lending the faith and credit of the
State in any way, it to receive the vote of
three-fourths of the members of each house,
the same to be ascertained by a vote by
yeas and nays, made of record on the jour
uals of each house.
4. An amendment to tho Constitution re?
quiring that, apon the adoption of the two
foregoing amendments, all acts and parts
of acts relating to the assessment of prop?
erty for taxation, the imposition of taxes,
and providing for elections by the peoplq,
shall cease and be no longer of force, upon
the first meeting of the General Assembly
thereafter held; and that all acts anoVparta
of acts, relating to the aforesaid subjects,
passed by any General Assembly, shall cease
to be of force upon' the adjournment, of the
flrsf .sessieo of the General Assembly next
elected*' '.
Colonel Rion suggests these amendments
because neither a change of the qualifications
of voters or of office-holders, nor a change
in the present system of representation,
wonk! remedy the monstrous election'fraads
practiced upon us, the wholesale robbery of
oar property ander the'guise of taxation,
and th? squandering of the money raised
by taxation for purposes other than the
wants of au honest government. The con?
stitutional changes asked for impair no
right or privilege now possessed by the
colored people, and, by them, the real in?
terests of the negro would, in his opinion,
be promoted.
K. H. K.
The Sparenburg Republican, a paper
which, is Radical in flesh, bone and sinew,
says that, "whether combinations of Ku
"Klux Elans are to be found or not in these
"upper counties, we are bound to admit,
"with few exceptions, that they have never
"disturbed, in his daily avocations nor mid
"nigkt slumbers, any man who avowed Re?
publican principles." We hope that the
New York Tribune and all the other
Ku-Kl ux shriekers will take notice of this
emphatic declaration that the Ku-Klux, if
saeh there be, have never, with very few ex?
ceptions, disturbed any mau beca ase of his
Republican principles.
A Summary or the Fisheries Question.
The yatton, in a late Usue, gives a terse
summary of the opposing views of the two
countries opon the Northeastern Fisheries
question, now before the Joiut High Commis?
sion :
"This English presentation of the case is in
substance this : That the rights secured to
American fluhermen by the treaty of 1783 (to
fish on the coast of Newfoundland, and all
coasts, bays, harbors and creeks of English
colonies, and to dry and cure lu unsettled
bays, Ac, within certain limits) were abroga?
ted by the war of 1812, and that the rights ol'
American fishermen are now regulated by the
treaty of 1818, which was entered into by way
of settling the controversy which arose over
the effect of the war on the former. It is. the
latter, the operation of which, according to
the sub-committee, the abrogation of the Reci?
procity Treaty of 1854 restored. The treaty ol'
1818 gives the Colonial Government exclusive
dominion within three miles ot the coast, .sub?
ject to the rights ol' Americans lo Ash on de?
fined portions of the coast, Irrespective ol'this
limit. To the Presidents complaint that the
American fisuermen are dented the privilege
ot obtaining supplies and transhipping their
fish in Canadian ports, the sub-committee re
piles tbjf? thls-pttrllege has beer^lthdrawn to
pt events mu2gllng, and that it lathe undoubt?
ed* right or every nation (joting Mr. Clay to
Mr. Gallatin) 'to prohibit or ?How foreign
commerce with any portlon-of ito dornijaiccas.'
lb his Other oom plaint that Great Britain "in
..remitting the control and Jurisdiction of the
'inshore fishing-grounds to the Colonial authori?
ty, has remltterPit to an Independent but Irre?
sponsible agent,' the sub-committee replies i
that he is mistaken; that frem the decisions in
the Colonial Vice-Admiralty Courts, before
which all fishery cases mast come, an appeal
Hes to the Judicial committee .of the Privy
Council, an Imperial tribunal, and it questions
whether any of the American fishing vessels
'seized without notice or warning' were so
seized, 'while ignorantly violating the lecn
nlcal rights of Great Britain. The report is a
very cold and naked legal statement, and con?
fines itself mainly to the communication of
Information on questions of law and fact,
and ls chary In the expression of opinion.
"The American view, or rather, we should
say. the view which the article In the Law
Review propounds, and which lt is not im?
probable the American Commissioners will
maintain, is in substance that the treaty of
1783 "was, In so far as regarded the fishery
rights, one of perpetual obligation; that the
war ot 1812 did not affect it; that the treaty
of 1818, In .so tar as lt differed from that of
1783, was not an abandonment of any liberties
enjoyed under the treaty of 1783, but a simple
renunciation or waiver of a portion
o? these liberties. For this renuncia?
tion or waiver, and for this only, the
Reciprocity Treaty of 1854 was a substitute.
Tits last treaty having been abrogated in 1866,
the parties are thrown back for the definition
of their rights, not on the treaty of 1818,
which has been blotted out, but the treaty of
1783, and the fishing rights secured by that
treaty are in the nature of a public servitude
ol a higher kind than an easement, or the
Roman servitus, and closely approaching the
character of absolute dominium. The points
Involved are nlcefand will doubtless afford
materials for long discussion.
Timely Counsel.
The Sumter Watchman counsels "pru?
dence and moderation" in the May Conven
vention, and says :
"We must bear In mind that actual organ
ganlzed resistance will Insure .the coming of
the power of .the United States to force obedi?
ence, even though our resistive action be ac?
companied with a distinct disavowal of hostile
feeling or action toward the National Govern?
ment. In our Judgment, this Convention
should confer with the existing State authori?
ties as far as practicable, and put forth a calm,
deliberate, clear and forcible protest against*
and statement of, the terrible state of affairs
existing In this State financially-taking care
to avoid intemperate speeches and all purely
political matters. ' A publication like this to
the world might have some moral power
abroad, and give us some additional strength
? at home ; and we frankly say that we see but
f little else the Convention can do prudently or
with hope of good results."
DR. WiNSMrrn, who was shot a few weeks
ago, is out in a card expressing his approval
ol the May Convention of taxpayers. He
says : "A united, prudent and decisive
"movement on tte part of the taxpayers
"cannot fail to be felt, and may be produc?
tive of much relief."
married.
BLASE-ROHLFING.-On the evening of the
28th of Maro, by the Rev. John Bachman,
CHARLES H. BLASS to CATHRINA CU ?US ri ANNA
KOHI.FINO, only daughter of the late John Kohl
ling, all or this city. *
-
inn er ai ?Sauces.
"^T^lTOKEL?JTVE^ AND
Acquaintances of Hrs. PRlSOILIA NORTH are
respectfully Invited to attend her Funeral Ser?
vices, at her residence. No. io West street, Tnrs
AFTERNOON, at half-past 3 O'Clock. apr]4
(Dbitnurrj.
K AV SOR_Died, atfjeorge's Station, South Car?
olina Railroad, on the lom Instant, arter a pro?
tracted and pain ful illness. Mr. BEN J. S. 'RAYSOR,
aged 29 years, 4 months anil 23 days.
Cut orr IR the morning of lire, just as the bright
anticipations of youth were ripening into an early
maturity, and when the predictions of friends of
ao.treer of futur. - usmmness uud honor were ap
proachinj tnelr realizanon, his death falls with
peculi.iv force and severity upon the family circle
and community. An ouedlent and affectionate
son and brother; a staunch and trustworthy,
friend; a patriotic citizen; a man of integrity and
honor, and an humbie Cnrlstalti, Ms deportment
was audi as might be expected from a combina?
tion 4Jr qualities so excellent and attractive. Al?
though suffering intensely lor several months
from that Insidious ant fatal disease, consump?
tion, he bore hts affliction with exemplary forti?
tude and resignation, and tn his dvtug hour ex?
hibited a steadfast, unwavering faith and confi?
dence tu the merits aud atonements of a crucified
Redeemer.
The writer, an Intimate f lend and In frequent
atten ance upon him during his illness, tases
pleasure In bearing testimony ro the amiability of
his disposition, his high-toned hearing as a gen
tiemau, and lils prompt ami faithful discnarge of
all the duties >f ur. Bur he has goae, exchang?
ing the morrows and afflictions or this life for a
bright and glorious Inheritance above. tequies
cat in pace.
"Asleep in Jesus ! Blessed sleep
From which none ever wake to weep."
. Amens.
Special ? otut?
f?r* NOT?CT^??'^HEREBT^~G?V^
to all Sub-Agents of thc Land Oommlsslon, that,
from and afterthe first day ?t March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. 0. Di LARGE, L. 0. S. S. C. I
Columbia, February 23,18TL marti
p?f BXHAUSTIO N.-INVALIDS,
broken down In health and spirits by Chronic
Dyspepsia, or suffering from the terrible exhaus?
tion which follows Hie attacks of acute disease,
the testimony of thousands who have been raised
a? by a miracle from a similar state of prostra?
tion by HOSTKTTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, ls a
sure guaran ee that by the same means you, too,
may be strengthened and restored. But to tho-e
who stand In peril of epidemics, to all who, by
reason pf exposure, privations, and uncongenial,
climate or unheathy pursuits, may at any mo?
ment be stricken down, this paragraph ls most
particularly aud emp?ialically addressed. ' You,
who arc thus situated, are prolfered au absolute
safeguard against the danger that menaces you.
Tone and regulate the system with this harmless
medicinal stimulant and alterative, and you will
be forearmed against the maladies whose seeds
float around jon In the air uuseen. HOSTET
TER' STOMACH Uf'TERS are not only a stan?
dard touic aud alterative throughout the United
States, but they are accredited by the certificates
of thc moat distinguished citizeus'uf the Onion,
tu the people of all other lauds. lu Canada, Aus.
i ralla, ?nd the West Indies, they are gradually
taking the place or ali other stomachics, whether
oauvs. er foreign, and as surely &\ truth ls pro
-grejMly&and ^demonstration overthrows., doubt,
'they wiri'cventui?y^supers?ii? ?Very other in
vigorant and restorative now employed lu
medicinal practice._api8-uscc
fl&rB?TOHELOtt'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DI'S ts the best in the moria-per?
fectly hartness, reliable and instau'aneous. Ko
disappointment. Xo ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
.>r Natural Brown. Does not staln^ the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, .-oft a?'t -bea uti ful. The
only Safe and Perfect-Die. Sold'by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 18 BoLd street, New York.
jan23-mwllyr "
gpmai Wotuet. ^
~pf ESTAT?- ?^?ICEt^ALL P?T
SONS Indebted to tte FJfftte of -Mrs. ELIZ AB?TH
L. PORCHER, cieceasedfHateof St. John's Berke?
ley, will malee pay meat to the -fabscrlbnt,' in
Charleston, and all persons haring claims against
J said deceased will render their accounts, proper
I Jj attested, to PETER 0. GAILLARD,
aprl4-fniw6 , ; Qoalifled Executor.
AN ELECTION FOE SEXTON OF
St. Philip's Church will be held on T?HSDAT next,
j 18th. Applicants will band In their letters to the
undersigned at No. si Radcliffe street.
OHR. WILLI il AN, .
aprl2-wfm3 Secretary of Vestry.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY, OHARLESTON, S. 0.,
1ST APRIL, 1871.-The Board of Directors of this
Company having declared a Semi-annual Divi?
dend of FIVE PER CENT, on its Capital, pay?
ment of the same will be made the Stockholders,
free or all taxation, at the office of the Company,
Broad street, on and arter the 3d instant.
THOMAS R. WARING,
apr3-mwf6 Cashier.
pf UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-Notice is hereby given that this Bank will,
on the arst day of Hay next, be prepared, in com?
pliance with the recent amendment of Its charter,
to consolidate, reduce, and redeem the Stock of j
the Bank-that ls to say, ONE SHARE OF NEW,
will be 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 Axed for said redemption by the
< charter, or holders may seU and assign all snch
by endorsment on the original certificates. Ac?
cording to the-provisions or the amended char?
ter "no one shall be considered or held to be a
stockholder of.the said Bank who has not receiv?
ed a new certificate for the consolidated shares,"
on or before the Drat day of June next.
H. D. ALEXANDER,
mar27-mwf Cashier.
OFFICE SOUTHWESTERN RAIL?
ROAD BANK.-A Quarterly Dividend of ONE DOL?
LAR per Share from the earnings of the Road
having been declared by the Board or Directors or J
the South Carolina Railroad Company, on the [
Capital Stock or said Company, the same will be
paid on and after the first or May next, at this
office.
The Transfer Books wUl be closed until the 15th
instant JOHN M. HARLESTON,
apre-ermws Cashier.
pf OFFICE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, APRIL 3, 1871.-Stockholders or
this Company are notified that the Eight per
cent. Bonds and Certificates or Stock authorized
to be issued at the annual meeting of the Stock?
holders held on the 8th day or February last,
wm be ready for delivery on THURSDAY, eth In?
stant, and for that purpose the Treasurer of the
Company will attend at the office or Messrs.
CAMPBELL A SEABROOK, No. 60 Broad street,
on that day, and each subsequent day, from 12 to
3 o'clock, until Saturday, 16th instant, inclusive.
8. W. FISHER,
apr3-12 Treasurer S. and C. R. R. Company
pf STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CO LL ETON COUNTY.-IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
-HENRY 0. GLOVER and JAMES S. (XiOVER, as
Executors of JOHN O. GLOVER, deceased, Plain?
tiffs, against a D. RICE, Defendant.-Copy Sum?
mons fm* Money Demand.-To the Defendant, c.
D. RICE: Yon 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 or 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, m
Walterboro*. sooth Carolina, within twenty days
I after the service hereof, exclusive of the day or |
[ such service; and ir yon fall to answer the com-,
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this action win take Judgment sgalnat you for
the sum ot seven hundred dollars, with Interest
from 23d day or October, 1867, and costs.
Dated at Walterboro', March 15,1871.
CARLOS TRACY,
HENDERSON A BEHRE,
Attorneys ror Plaintiffs.
By the order or Judge PLATT.
A. C. SHAFFER,
marl7-r? C. 0. P.
pf GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or impropriety or getting Married, with sanitary
help ror those who feel unfitted ror matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
Pa. an 25-3m os
IMPORTANT TO SUFFERERS
FROM NERVOUS EXCITEMENT.-A gentleman
residing ln'Orammercy Place, New York, (whose
name it would not be proper to mention,) was
suffering terribly about three weeks ago from the
effects of dissipation. He could not sleep, vomit?
ed frequently, was tormented by horrible fancies,
and could not keep a limb still. Opiates made
him worse. While In this condition he was visited
by a friend, who advised him to try PLANTATION
BITTER** as an anodyne, stomachic and tonic.
"No use." s .it the sick man, despondIngly; "noth?
ing will save me. I'm a gone case." "Pshaw!"
said his friend, "you're worth forty dead men
yet ! I'm going to doctor you now." So saying,
he put on hi? hat, and going to the nearest drug?
gist's, presently returned with a bottle of the
Bitters, of which he administered a duse forth?
with. It had a soothing, cheering, tran qullllzlng
eflect. For a week thereafter the gentleman
continued to take the tonic regularly, according
to the directions, and at the end or that time was
abie to return to business m sound health, and
with a clear intellect. This information ls tarn?
ished by Alexander T. Mlnthrom, or Morrlsanla,
who will confirm lt ft addressed by mall.
SSA MOSS PARINS from pore Irish Moss, for
Blanc Hange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, Ac,
Ac. The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
food in the world. aprlo-mwfSDAC
Neoopaptre, ?tlaganiue, &c
TJRA L CAROLINIAN
POR APRIL NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
AS USUAL.
Price-For single number.26 cents
Per annum.$2 00
For Hale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers, No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
mar25
ITJatctjes, Jeodrs, &t.
JMN?~T?^LR?7^AfcHES, Ac.
THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention is invited to the NEW,
LAROE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES
1 JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY OOODS,
{ suitable ror Presents, just received and opened.
AT
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S. No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
All the newest and most exquisite designs in
Jewelry, comprising,
SETS OF PEARL. GARNET. ALL GOLD,
. CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Kings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons ano
studs. Bracelets, Broodies aud Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold aud Coral; Brooches tor
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and Masonic
IHCJ Glove Bands, at .
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
nov24-mwr
Jj Trie Regufir Oai)munlcaOsa willie held
Tn ?a (friday} BRKiN0wl4th mitant, at Masonic
Ball,"at 8 o'clock. Candidates %re reqflfesteoV-te
be*|Mctual. By d?er W.JC.- Sp .?5'
aprl4 ^BENRT WAOENER. Secretary..
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
or Marios Lodge, NQ. g. LO.O,P., win he
held THIS EVEVING, at 8 o'clock, at OddTeTfowB
?Hjilk Herabeta wllr please attend. Candidates
are requested to be punctual.
- ttOBT. 0. STARR, --
aprl4_ t Recording 8ecr?tarr.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN" C L U B -'
Toa are hereby sirrnmoned to attend an Ex?
tra Meetlngoryowr (Bub,- at the Hall, comer or
Kine and Llverty streets, THIS (Friday) EVE?
NING, at half-past .7 o'clock precisely.
By order. H. D. BICAISE,
aprli _.-. _Secretary.
p ER MAN VOLUNTEER, ASSOCIATION.
VX The Members of thia Association are1 re?
spectfully invited to attend a. Meeting THIS EVE?
NING, at 8 o'clock, at the residence of the under?
signed. A fall attendance ls desired, as business
of general Importance will be transacted.
By order. a B. BERGMANN.
aprl4_*_
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB.-AN
Adjourned Meeting will be held THIS
EVENING, at 5-0'oioor, at the old FrenndfCharts
bund Ball, la Society street. A tull attendance ls
requested, as the committees appointed at last
meeting will report.
By order S. G. HORSEY, Chairman.
E. M. HACKER, Secretary._'apri4
Zf? TN A STEAM FIEE ENGINE CQM
jOLu PANY*-The Regular Monthly Meeting of
the company will be held at the Hall. Tate EVEN?
ING, the 14th Instant, at half-past 8 o'clock. A
full attendance of members ls requested.
By order. JOHN McLEISH,
aprl4 . . _Secretary.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OP AXMBN.-An Extra Meeting of
your Company will be held THIS (Friday) EVB
NiNG. the nth instant, at your Engine-House.
Market street, at 8 o'olock precisely. Members
will please 'attend promptly, as business of im?
portance will be submitted. By order of the
President, J. W. McKENRY,
aprU* Secretary,
mHE ALGER RIFLE CLUB WILL AT
J. TEND a Meeting, THIS EVBNIHO, at 8 o'clock,
at the Marlon Englne-Hcuse.
By order of THE WARDENS.
sprl4*_?
tuants.
W~l?T?r7TOT?Rc^
Meeting street, between Queen and Mar?
ket, Address, stating price and dimensions, "G,"
DAILY NEWS._aprUj
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AT No. 6T
Wentworth street, a competent Servant
to cook and do general housework. None need
apply anjeas well recommended._aprl3
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
woman, without Incumbrances, to do the
housework of a family. For Information apply at
i No. 18 Cannon street._aprl3-2
WANTED. ? SITUATION BY A RE?
SPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN, to cook
and make herself generally useful, ?ad attend toa
, cow If required. Apply at No, 70 King street.
Good references._apr!3-3*
-for Sait.
F"~OR SAL?TANOT? MILCH CO^AND
CALF. Apply In Church street, opposite
Llpgoard, near the Wood Yard._aprU-1*
FOR SALE, TWO SADDLE AND DRAFT
HORSES, and a No. 1 MILCH COW. Apply
at No. 52 state street,_apri4-l*
fl 0 AND GET YOUR STRAWBERRIES,
VX at 40c a basket. Lemons,. 20a, Oranges. 60e.,
and Bananas for 25c. per dozen, at KLEIN'S In
King street. Beautiful Figs, Dates and Tama?
rinds;_aprl4-l?
FOR SALE, SLOOP HARRIET ALICE,
about 10 tons. Apply east end of Calhoun
street Immediately. J. PEBONNEAU. aprl3-2*
FOR SALE, THE SLOOP GAUSS,
eight tons capacity, and one year old, aa
she now Iles at foot or Ha**] street. Terms low.
Apply to STEFFEN?, WERNER A DUCKER, Ven
due Range, East Bay;_'_april
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good qualitv, Which are offered
cheap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting aud Church streets._ fehl4
FOR SALE, ONE 10-HORSE POWER
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE, but little need,
and In one condition. Cheap for cash or city ac?
ceptance. CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.
agrMtP?O_
ABARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rugglea Wood Frame
paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
new, cnta 28 Inches, and bus an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NBWS Job once. mar22
gotUnt.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
No. 219 Coming str et, containing four
rooms and gas, good kitchen and cistern. Apply
to Vf. H. DAWSON, No. es-Broad street, aprll-4
TO RENT, ONE-HALF OF A DWELL?
ING situated lu a most desirable portion of
tl,c. city,an. 1 wl??n five minutes' walk of the Post
office. Rent moderate. Inquire ut No. 2 Society
street._mar3Q
_Casi ano fottrio._
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.-LOST
or sti'len, a large Silver-plated Revolver,
(six cham1 ers. Remington A Sous makers.) A
reward ol $10 will be given and no questions
asked if returned to the owner, or $90 will be paid
tor any information that will lead to conviction
of the i hier. Apply at No. 527 King street.
aprW-2*_
TEN DOLLARS "REWARD.-LOST, IN
Beanr.iln, King or Calhoun streets, on last
Friday night, a heavy Gold Chain BRACELET.
The above reward will be paid, if lt ls left at
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL'S, No. 3 Broad
street. _apr3
? cm 0 va is.
OITCK^TIIIP^^
ASSURANCE SOCIETY, "of Ne-y York, have
removed from No. 141 Meeting street to their
uew office, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
febl3 General Agent.
Agencies.
c
HARLESTON
ADVERTISING AGENCY,
CORSER BaOAO STREBT ANO EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS In the United States.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
decfi-mwf
B
Camber, Jrud, &t.
u I'ITD'E^RT S D TTP 0 T ,
NO. 94 OHUROH STREET,
THRBE DOORS NORTH OP BROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
LIME SLATES LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR
CKMENT TILE GRAVEL
UH I MN EY TOPS "SE W ER PIPE GARDES VASES
Ac. Ac. Ac.
Now landing, a cargo of very superior LIME,
for sale low.
Country orders carefully and promptly filled.
P. O. BOX 374 E. M. GRIM RE.
maro
jgHINGLES! SHINGLES!
Prime CYPRESS SHINGLES In bunches, dellv*
vee i either at the city or at Sullivan's Island,
orsale by SHACKRLFORI? A KELLY,
marlu-lmo_'_No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
?ns iritfures. .
jgALL, BLAU h & CO.,
Will sell their Stock of
BRONZE AND IMITATION BRONZE
GAS FIXTURES
AT
MUCH LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COSI
OF MANUFACTURE.
These goods are eft the newest patterns, and in
linish superior to any lu Ufr market.. To thost
furnlslitng nouses, t tis is an opp irruulty to pro?
cure tue BB>T CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, 4c.
at a leos price than they would pay for inferior
tlxture- '
lt is our inteutlon to give no entirely this braned
of our buxiucss, wilton causen so great a reduc
tlon in price.
BALL, BLACK 4 CO.,
Nos. 685 and 6? BROADWAY, N. Y.
Juni8-lyr
1ST, 2D, 3D, 4TH AND 5TH ?P MAY, 1871.
L The members or the Cl ab and their meads, j
|_are_lnvlted_to participate-in the Festivities'.
??F?.oT'??vitation may bT'obtatned at Messrs!
F. VON SANTES,' Klug' sfrehi; M?LCHERS &
MULLER, King street: GEOEGE H. LINDSTEDT,
corner dinoun and Ein? streets; F. TfEWZ, King j
street, opposite Ann street; WM. PIEPER, corner j
King and Spring streets^ P. BUOHHEIT, corner
Meeting and Line streets; 0. LTTSOROI, East
Bay; E.*F. TORCE, East Bay ; J. M. MARTIN, Na.
85 Market street, and Three Mile fl ouse.
2. No person will be admitted without prod ac?
ing their Card orinvltatlon; and no Invitation
will be issued,' under any circumstances, at thc
Bchutzen platz.
8. Every Shareholder, Active and Passive Mem?
ber, and their -respective Immediate families,
have free admittance to .the grounds, hui must
obtain a family ticket at Mr. G. H.. LIN D6 TE DT ' S,
corner of Calhoun and Klag streets, i
4. Active and Passive Members tn uniform, and
invited guests in uniform, are not required to
produce their Cardo of Invitation, and have free
admission to the Dancing Hall.
6. The Badges delivered at the entrance er the
Dancing Hall are tc be be kept in sight: ?'1 "
6. No one except those in the len o wa uniform or !
Riflemen wlU be admitted Into the Shooting- j
balL
The South Carolina, Savannah and Charles- !
ton and Northeastern Railroad Companies have
kindly consented to carry viators to the festival
for half fare.
For further particulars, Bee Programmes.
THE DIRECTORS.
aprl4-nth23mtuwtb5
CATHOLIC P AIR,
. ?? IK AID OP THE
SISTERS OP:OUR LADY OP MERCY,
AT HIBERNIAN HALL,
Af 0 NJ) A F, APRIL 17, 1871,
This Fair will open at 7 P. M. on MONDAY next,
the 17th Instant, and wm bo open thereafter from
12 M. untu 2 P. M., and from 6 P. M. "-til ll P.M.
Servants accompanying white children will Ae
admitted daring the day, but all servants will be
excluded after 7 P. M.
The price of Tickets wm be.as'f?nowB ;
Season Tickets.fl Ot
Family Season Tickets...'.. SOO'
Single Tickets.,.:. 26
Children. io
Servants in charge of children........ lt
BESNARD O'NEILL, Criajrman.
THOMAS O'BRIEN, Secretary.
aprl3-3 M. W. ST. AMAKD, Treasurer.
Qftroxmi?, ftiqaore, &t.
jTilP ORT ED C HAMP AG NBS.
Now on hand the folio wing brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICKS, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper A Oo.'s HEIDSIEOK
Chas. Heldsieck's --- GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's PONSARDIN
Mumm'a VERE SKAT and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer's DRY SILLERY
' G. H. Mumm'8 DRYYERZBNAY
Bouche, POa A Oo.'s n RANDS
Napoleon's CABINET
DRY VEliZKKAT
CARTE BLANCHE.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. 8. Corwin A Co.,
janll No. 276 King street.
SPARKLING MOSELLE
SPARKLING CATAWBA
fciOOHEIMER
NIERSTEINER
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
CHARTREUSE
CURACOA
MARASCHINO
RUSSIAN K?MMEL
ABSINTH 1
ERMOUTH
PARFAIT AMOUR
CREME DE ROSE
NO irs AUX
ANISETTE.
E. E. BEDFORD,
janli No. 276 King street.
B
REMEN LAGER BEEB
ENGLISH ALES
SCOTCH ALES
CHAMPAGNE ALES
LONDON PORTERS
D?BLINDPORTERS
CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. -?rh King street?
EAS! TEAS; TEAS!
PURE TEAS ONLY !
CST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE FINE
DRAWING TEAS
From 70 cents to $170 per pound, being about
26 cents per ponnd below oJxer Dealers.
Consumers desiring FINE TEAS would dowell
to try those sold at
WILSON'S GROCERY
and you will use no other kind.
We buy TEAS in large quantities from first
hands, (avoiding Tea Companies of all kinds,)
therefore buying a: a small advance on first cost,
and would advise consumers to buy no Tea la
packages.
For PURE TEAS, go to
WILSON'S GROCERY,
Anson and Society streets.
49* Ail Goods delivered free. No charge for
packing.
QBOCERIES! GROCERIES 1
Country Orders promptly attended to, at
WILSON'S GROCERY,
Box No. 383, Charleston, S. 0.
No charge for packing or delivering Goods.
LIQUORS
PRIObla.
Y^INES AND
AT REDUCED
WHISKEY from $1 60 per colton and upwards.
Old North Carolina Corn Whiskey $2 per ga H on.
Port Sherry, Madeira and laret Wines from
$160 pe ?? galloa aqd upwards.
French amt Domestic Brandies al reduced prices.
All of the above ar - procured directly ir 'in tie
Impur ers and Distillers thereby saving all inter?
mediar? "roflta, and Insuring a good article, and
?re warranted of good quality, dre flavor, ?ure
and unadulterated, even (ha lowest grad.-8 beiug
gu i-autoed .-trlctly pure. Person- in need or
sueh nooda ior medicinal or other purposes can
depend upon getting a strictly pure artiele at an
extremely ow price from
W. ri. WEL H.
Family Grocer,
S. W. . omer Meeting and Marttet s.rrew.
?5- Good* delivered free of charge. april
CSjitors, &z.
PLOTJR! FLOUR!
~843 bbjg. me,3^r~j^?^y^rm.^^
Landing from schconerOcean Traveller^For
M?pS?F 7 " ". ? ' V*J*XB& * 00.
BM ?j B Y C^jO BIA.. ;A ?o Q .,
No. 26 TENDUE BANGE, '
? OFFER Feil 3ALK: .
- hhds. CHOICE C. R. SIDE3 AND SHO?L
.... DEBS . ., ? ? . . . , -
20 hilda. No. 2 Bacon Shoulders . '
20 boxes DI S. 0. R. and t: C. Sides " '
10 boxes TX S. Shoulders;
10 Heroes Choice Cincinnati s. 0. HMM
io tierces Patapsca |fams, ~
1000 lbs.' Choice Saga^-currf strips' '
50 tabs Pure Leer Lard
lao boxes and half boxes Candie* _
100 bbls. Extra and Family Flour
loo bbls. Jiemerara-aud Refined Sngars ~
60 bags Java, .Mocha and Bio Coffees V
loo bb?. Sagar-house Molasses
Soap, Starch. Batter, Ac., Ac. apria-wn
.pATAPS O-0 H AM 6 .
, CASSARD ? CO.'S PATAPSOO S. C. CANVAS
HAMS canoe found at all the first-class Retail
Groceries, a nd at wholesale only at
PAUL & LALANE A CO.,
No. 171 East Bay,
where consignments are received we?xly.
Don't fail to try them, as they are far ahead of
?ll other Hs,ma Introduced in .thia market.
apt7-fmw6 _"
QH ABLES HELDSIECK CHAMPAGNES,
SILLERT AND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANDE A
CO., Proprietor of the Chat. Leoville and Brown
Cantenac Clareta. A full assortment of the above
Wines ?or sale by ah principal Grocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF ACO.
m ar31-fm w3 mo s? _
glOA'B?! C IG A RSI
Large Stock of Good, Free SMOKING CIGARS,
constantly on hand, and for salo at $16 per thous?
and, at
. J. MADSEN'S CIGAR MANUFACTORY,
. No. 108 Meeting street,
aprS-lmo ' Opposite Charleston Hotel.
Q 0 B N AN B OA T.8 ?j
7000 bu shela Prime White CORN, in sacks
loco bushels Yellow, tn sacks
1600 bushels Oats, in sacks. .
For sale low from wharf. Apply to
HUNT BROS. A CO.,
aprt _A?antlo Wharf.
'?QOWl CORN"! CORN!
lo.ooo bnsheia Prima- DORN, in store and for
-sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
aptl . ? . ?jg_
Jp;! N T E D , .
EVERYBODY TO KNOW
That tbeg are dally ioflng money hy not buying at
LINLEYS CHEAP. STORE.
My prices are unprecedentedly ^ low,'afld on all
branches sf my business 1 defy competition.
OLD-GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE, SSC a pound
Best Stiver Drip Syrup, 75c pergaHen
Golden Syrup, mi agall?n _^
Crash Bagar, TM pounds for $1
Best Leaf Lard, ta pounds far $1 ' ,
Lighthouse Oil, 90c. a gallon
Best Young Hyson Tea, sold 'jlaewhare at $2 par
pound, can be bought hera for flan by the
pound package : ,
Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hardware
Fancy China Goods.
AK?
A general assortment In the HOUSE FUR??fa
ING LINE, sold at marvellously low prices.
ROASTED AND GROUND RIO, LAGUAYRA AND
JAVA COFFEE,
Fresh every day in the week, and guaranteed of
the best quality and or anett paRlenlar kinda aa
represented. Tne roasting la done apon the
premises, under my personal supervision (and
not imported from New York,) and can be reffed
apon.
Look out for the Signs of the
0 ROCKEBY HOUSE AND CAROLINA TEA
AGENCY,
And stop ia and ask for one or my Business Cir.
culara;
Respectfully, JOHN W. UNLEY.'
mano-iyr_;_
?QIOKSON O OT TON SEEDT
200 bushels Selected SEED, No. 1.
soo bushels seed, No. 2.
The above seed is raised from the No. 1 Seed
Imported direot from DA YID DICKSON, Sparta,
Qa., 1870, and grown on the Marshland Farm
near this city.
For sale at very low prices by W
J. C. H. 0LAUSS&7;
? feb8-ftn_Market street.
J? I N G WILLIAM.
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment or Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana and D >m estie Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM SCHRODER, who respect?
fully invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retad, to a stock rolly
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which la
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ail orders from
me country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D.. or at thirty days' City accept?
ances decis-emos
Sfttiiufs ?otb?.
1865J '* FBE?O?* * co., jgyj
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 76 BARCLAY AND No. 222 GREENWICH STREETS,
NEW YORK,
Receivers of Green-and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
au kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location and facilities for selhag Fruits and
Vegetables ara unsurpassed In New York,
f- circulars and Marklug Plates seat free to Ship- ^
pen. AU corralpondenta and questions, cheer?
fully answered.
REFERENCE.-C. H. Lilien thal, Tobacconist,
New York._ aprM
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
t? ALL KINDS OF
j DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 182 and tea CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
NEW YORK.
, R g F K RE N oas. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nlmliz, Commlsslou and Forwarding Merchant, .
I No 209 East bay, Charleston, S. 0. ?prl3-3mos Jr
|^ S Y D H E Y SMITH, Jw1
"COTTON FACTOR
AND - 4
COMMISSION XIS CHANT,
NORTE ATLANTIC WHARK,
aprlO-mwrimo_Charleston, 8. C.
[T> B. CARPENTER,
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STREET,
Cnarleston, S. C.,
Will Practice in the State and Federal Courts.
feb2L
JOSEPH W HARRISSON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 Q?BBN STREBT, CHARLESTON, B. 0.
Patent Taler Defecting (alarm) MONEY DRAFTER.
jan2-mwfsm .
1

xml | txt