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TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1871.
trswa or XMJS DAF.
-Gold closed In New York,, yesterday, at
1 OJ all.
-Cotton was quiet and easier; uplands IQ
Cents; sales 3371 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed doll and easier;
uplands 7jd; sales 12,000 bales.
-Panniers are larger than ever, Is the
dreadful news from New Tork.
-German ls rivalling French as the polite
language In New York.
-The Emperor Napoleon has become a mem?
ber of a London dub.
-"Onida" has written a new novel under
the title of ?'Folle-Farine."
-A rich man, named Budd, has .recently
died In London, leaving 1100,000 to his sons,
on condition that they shiul never wear mous?
-A convention of the German teachers of
the United States is to be held in Cincinnati
during the first week of next August. Teach?
ers ire expected from all parts of the Union.
-The Russian General To d tie ben is to go to
France as soon as quiet ls restored, to visit
the scenes of the. late war. It ls rumored that
he Intends to make a' report of his observa?
tions to the Czar, and publish lt In the interest
of military science.
-The Greek aristocracy are by i o means
pleased with the conduct ot their King, Geor-1
glos Rotes. He ls charged with being a trifling J
sort of a fellow, too fond of strong drink, and
perfectly happy only when playing with his
tame birds, of which be has a great many. In
consequence of this predilection of their sov?
ereign, the Athenians say, sneeringly : ;*If
the bandits in the mountains were only mag
' pies, the King would have caught them long
-Japan is moving. Ten years ago the feu?
dal system was In full force throughout the
Empire. Political and commercial intercourse
with the Western nations have communicated
an impetus to Its Btagnant conservatism, and
its feudalism has become a thing of the past.
So completely has tbe old civilization of the
Country been modified by Occidental Influ?
ences, that an English resident has translated
a series of old Japanese tales, In order to pre?
serve a picture of manners and customs that
have become obsolete within.the last decade.
-At the recent opening of the Royal Albert
Hall, in London, an inciden! occurred which
is strongly commented on by correspondents.
The Princess Louise, then the bride ol a week,
was present, but royal etiquette put asunder
her and her.husband, the Marquis of Lorne,
and he walked several ranks below her In tie
cortege of honored guests, on the dais stood
some distance apart from her, and when the
whole parly went to their boxes cotdd not sit
in the same one with her. Marrying a Princess
did not make a mana Prince, and although
no one seemed to be troubled about lt, yet it
seems a queer social law that places the hus?
band so far below his wife when the eyes of
the world are upon them.
-The Hebrew News ls a new weekly paper
in New York. The greater part of it is printed
In Hebrew characters. The editor, in explana?
tion, says: "Thousands of our fellow-ciiizens
who have come from Eastern European coun?
tries are unable to read either German or Eng?
lish, bot only pure Hebrew .letters, while they
have received the education suited to the re?
quirements of their native country, and possess
knowledge and business capacities; they, in
this busy country, can find no time to acquire
a knowledge of reading and writing the lan?
guage of their new home. Many thousands
are large property-owners, carrying on exten?
sive business, ?there are honest mechanics.
Still they (eel themselves deprived of that
which ls BO dear to them-the news of the
country which they consider their own."
-A New York letter sap] : "Many readers
will remember the Butlers of South Carolina,
one ot whom long represented that State in
the Senate. Another, Pierce, but not the dis?
tinguished senator, married Fanny Kemble
long years ago, and their daughter inherited
what was once a very handsome property In
Georgia. There was some trouble between
the parents, so the mother lived in England,
?while the daughter remalnod In this country
with her lather. A lew years ago he died,
and, though often visiting her mother, she
still preferred to live on the old family place
at the South. Last winter an English gentle?
man travelling in thac section was anxious to
visit a well-organized rice plantation, and con?
sequently became the guest of Miss Butler.
The result of this visit ls that in May she will
go to her mother in England, and there be?
come the wife of the Hon. Mr. Leigh, whom
she entertained just one year ago." i
-The Parliament ol the German Empire,
which has just met for the first time in nearly
fifty years, was elected by manhood suffrage
and by ballot, and consists of 383 members, or
one representative for about one hundred
thousand persons. The Parliament, which ls
established on the basis of the new constitu?
tion, ratified by the States composing the Em?
pire, bas 236 members from Prussia, 48 from
Bavaria, 23 from Saxony, 18 from Wurtem
burg, 14 from Baden, 9 from Hesse, hud *35
from the minor Sutes ot the North, making
383 in all. The relative strength; of the politi?
cal parties is said lo be as follows: Conserva?
tives 70, of whom 60 represent the Prussian
country gentlemen interest. There are 20
Free Conservatives or Constitutional Tories,
or friends of Prince Bismarck. The moderate
Liberals coming from all parts of the Empire
number 147. The advanced Liberals are 30 lu
number, and the Ultra-Montanc party has 70
adherents. The Secessioulsts or Opponents
of Ihe Empire, coming from Hanover and
Schleswig-Ho stein, are 10 In number. There
are 2 Socialists, 13 Poles and 1 Dane.
-The Pall Hall Gazette publishes an advance
copy of a letter from M. Clement Duvejnots,
a former literary aid-de-camp to Napoleon, to
M. Thiers, In which he indicates the design of
the Imperialists to attempt the restoration ot
the dynasty. He says he has nothing lo hope
from ihe present government. Just as the
.Government ol National Defence occupied It
seii much more actively in fighting against the
Empire than fighting against ihe Prussians, so
the government which succeeded have
thought only of denouncing the Bcnapariisis,
instead of repressing the designs of ihe dema?
gogues. He declares that -Thiers aud lils
ministers, by their speeches, rendered war
with Prussia Inevitable', and by their opposi?
tion to permanent armies, &c, crippled
the military resources of France. He also
asserts that peace on favorable terms might
have been made after-sedan it M. Thiers
and his friends had not overthrown the re
sponslble government, and reminds them that
for the miserable state of ParlB at the present
momerdVthey ar?f responsible, In so far as they
de m anded the arming of the National Guards
of Belleville and Montmartre. M. Du ve mois
shows the incongruity of the present govern?
ment-a Republican ministry accepting powef"
from a monarchical chamber-and its inherent
weakness. He then unfolds the Imperial plan,
as not a party, but a principle and a system.
'The principle ls that ot a monarchy based
upon the national will directly expressed; the
system is the conciliation of classes under the
auspices of a strong power. We believe that
in a country where the monarchy ls no longer
a dogma of divine right, and which does not
again desire the Republic, the only possible
government is a monarchy resting on the na?
It is necessary to go back to the earliest
acts of the French Socialists of 1818 if we
would understand what the Gommnniets of
1871 are fighting for.
After the overthrow of the government of
Louis Philippe the Socialists obtained a
strong representation in the Provisional Gov?
ernment One of the decrees issued the day
after-its instalment ordered the raising of a
large popular national guard, to be paid a
franc and a half a day, and clothed by the
government; another, the next day, ordered
all articles pledged in-pawnshops to be re?
stored to the owners at the public expense;
another made the Tuileries an "asylum for
"invalid workingmen;" another formally
guaranteed employment to all citizens, and
"restored to the ouvriers to whom it belong
"ed" the million of florins jost falling due
on the civil list. The issue of these procla?
mations was forced on the Provisional Gov?
ernment by the state of things in Paris. The
streets were still full of barricades ; the ouv?
riers were armed, and, as now, refused to
abandon the barricades and go home, until
they had been fully assured that the govern?
ment was not going to "betray" them. Even
the presence of Louis Blanc and of Albert,
"the Ouvrier," as he called himself in the
government, was not eudlcient to reassure
them; so that the sane members of the gov?
ernment were really obliged to let Louis
Blanc and Albert have their way, in order'
to ?rain time, and the programme of these
latter gentlemen was as yet only half-reveal?
ed. To them the Republic meant what Louis
BIUDC called "the organization of labor,"
that is, the establishment of government
workshops for all branches of industry, in
which all persons who chose could lind em?
ployment, nod would receive equal rates of
pay ; the establishment of government banks,
at which all citizens could get their bills
discounted; sud, in fact, the complete de?
struction of the present relation of capitalist
and laborer, this being in Socialist parlance
the "exploitation of man by man." The
Provisional Government was actually com
pelled'to recognize the soundness of all these
principles by public proclamation, but, to
escape or postpone the consequences of its
concessions, it appointed a "Government
"Labor Commission," pat Louis Blanc and
Albert at the head of it, and sent it over to
the Luxembourg Palace tor hold its sittings;
and to this flowed the enormous processions
of workmen, or "manifestations," as the
French called them, to which the laboring
clas3 gave itself wholly up in those days,
thus giving the other members at the Hotel
de Ville time to attend to the more serious
aud pressing affairs of the nation.
I The Provisional Gpvernmeut were anxious
to snmmon a National Assembly as soon as
possible to relieve them of the responsibility
they had assumed. This was opposed by
the Socialists who desired that not only Paris
bot the whole of France should be governed
by the Commune, that is, by a body elected
by a majority of the Puris voters. In the
eyes of the Parisians, and particularly in'
the eyes of the Communists, "Paris" has as?
sumed the position of an ideal being of supe?
rior might and wisdom, and entitled to rule
by virtue of this superior might and wisdom.
This justified the plan of having Prance
ruled by the Commune. In 1848 the notion
was only beginning to tab* possession of the
popalar miud ; the events of the past twenty
years have helped to spread and strengthen it ;
Gam betta's persistence io carrying on the war
by virtue of authority derived from a Parisian
mob, and refusing to take the sense of the
country at large, is a striking illustration of
the strong hold it has taken even of the
minds of educated men of the radical school.
When the Assembly met, in 1848, it found
the government workshops in full activity,
and the whole working population asserting
"the right to labor." The government had
6000 mea in its employ the 15th of March ;
by the end of the month, 30,000; and by the
end of April, 100,000, and the numbers were
increasing with frightful rapidity'. The pri?
vate factories were all deserted; swarms of
lazy and idle men began to pour in from the
country districts. The co-operation associa?
tions stopped their own work and went off
to live at government expeuse; large num?
bers of stadents, artists and writers followed,
their example. All that anybody had to do
was to give h's name and calling and ad?
dress. At first there was some attempt
made to lind them something to do. Parties
. were even detailed to plant "trees of liberty;"
but of course it became imposaible to find
work, and all pretence of linding it \vu3
abandoned, ami the huge and motley host
was actually divided int? "squads" aud
"brigades," under leaders, and marched up
to draw its pay, over which lhere were con?
tinual fights. When the Assembly met, it
found nearly two hundred thousand Uren
living in idleness on the public, the treasury
empty, business totally suspended, and soci?
ety on the verge of dissolution. It speedily
stopped the Influx iuto Paris, abolished ihe
Luxembourg Commission,'ordered the work-J
itigmen to prepare to gu to the country to
work there, and '.irected all idle men between
seventeen aud twenty-five lo euler the anny
or gr about their business. The Beds at
once rose in arms, and fought the three
bloody days of June. The Assembly hud
taken the place of "ihe Commune," put un
end to vhe great ?tions toabolish "hereditary
"poverty," und, in short, hud "betrayed the
'.Democralic Republic," and the Assettioly,
of course, represented Hie ignoranl, brutal,
degraded proviuces. Tue Empire agaiti,
w.?ch overthrew the Assembly, und reigned
tn Us steud, wus ulso ihe product of the pro?
vincial vote, uud, in keeping down Social?
ism, wus carrying out the will of ihe peas
The ideas about property, and government,
and lubor, and cupltul, which found expr?s-1
sion in the Socialist experiment ia 184?,
have boan gaining grand pretty steadily,
under cover of the ignorance and silence and
repression which the Empire encouraged and
maintained; and aide by side with them has
been growing the worship of the goddess,
?Taris," the centre of enlightment, and the
fountain of ?progfess, under the influence of
the continued increase of population and
luxury wrought by the Imperial r?gime.
This ?rabies U3 to understand the frame of
mind in which the vast body or ouvriers,
whom the downfall of the Empire had thrown
I out of employment, and whom the loafing
during the siege with armB in their hands
and high paid had utterly demoralized, wit?
nessed the appearance of another Conserva?
tive Assembly at Versailles. To their lead?
ers it meant the disappointment of the fierce
hopes ol years; and to the men, a return to
the old rocnd of toH;. and to both,, the sub?
jection of Paris once more to the degrading
yoke of the "rurale," as they call the country
people. The term "rurals" is",, in the month
o? a eity Frenchman of any class, an expres?
sion of the bitterest contempt. The two
classes are described by The Nation, in an
article from which we have quoted, as fol?
lows: "The peasant cautious, timid, grave,
"unenterprising, Bupicious,-frugal, laborious,
"conservative, religious, Tull of reverence for
"property and family, and all established in?
stitutions; while his brother in the city is
"rash, gay, excitable, adventurous, pleas?
ure-loving, extravagant, without faith in
"God; or confidence in man or woman, full
"of contempt for marriage, very licentious,
"a hater of law and of property, arid of all
"sorts of restraint and discipline, and hav
"ing. impatience of labor and passion for
"equality as his most powerful springs of
"action; gullible, fickle; capable of acts of
"the loftiest generosity, and of the vilest
"cruelty within the same half hour, and
"awept like the chaff before the wind by
"every gust of feeling that runs through the
"incoherent mass to which he belongs." In
this may be found the explanation of the
devotion of the peasantry to Napoleon, of
the little faith of the-peasantry and the mid?
dle classes in a so-called Republic, and of the
crimes which cause the Communists of Paris
to be regarded with loathing and horror by
the whole civilized world.
IN EXILE. Translated from the German of W.
Von Sr. Philadelphia : Jv B. Llpplncott
CO. 1871. Charleston: Holmes's Book
The central idea of this ' work is simple.
An exiled Prince marries a young and beau?
tiful giri, ia order to give the lie to an infa?
mous report, which brings disgrace upon, his
Dame and threatens to alienate the affec?
tions of his children. With a full knowledge
of all the facts, the young heiress enters
upon the path marked out for ber, and the
interest of the main plot lies in the process
of psychological development by which Bhe
learns to love her husband, and by which he
is turned from the gloom' of the past and
taught to be happy in the enjoyment of her
affection. The wife becomes a wife in truth
as well as in name, but in the last scene of
ail, which ends the saddening history, the
thoughts of the dying Prince fly lovingly
back to tbe one woman who was the .canse
of ali his afflictions. The side plots are
bright and striking, and the book is a pleas?
ant one to read ; especially to tho9e who de?
sire to become familiar with that class of
German fiction whose force depends upon the
analysis of ideas rather than upon a descrip?
tion of stirring events in the bower, the
court, or the field.
For sale at Holmes's Book li ouse. pp. 480.
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J O ?IN lu LUNSFUKD. N'o. 31 lansen st.,
opposite Harrissons Paint aud Od store.
FfQp fl?^TEK NrJ'.L$fR^^M.
L> Thc Regale* Monthly Convocations this
Chapter will be heM at.-MasoElc 'Hall, Tfe Ev?
KiKo^at hair-past;1/ o'clock. CanAidatef-for thc
Ars? rwo-uegreea-wm rj?punctua?; . *
By order M. E. H. P. W. W. SIMONS,
THE CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB
are hereby ordered to assemble at the Hall
of the Germant? Band, corner King and Society
stccet3,.Tais EVBNINO, at 8 o'clock. Every Mem?
ber is earnestly requested to be present.
aprlS._ J. W. MADREY, Pt. Sergt.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of the '-SANS SOUCI CHARADE CLUB" will
be held THIS (Tuesday) i- VENINO, at 8 o'clock, at
their Hall. Members are requested to be punc?
tual. W. D. WARNER, M. D.,
ap TB-?_* Secretary.
PHOENIX ?TEA?i FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Meeting of
your Company, THIS EVENING, 18th Instant at 8
o'clock. By order. O. E. DAVIS,
THE WHITE FIRE COMPANIES -A
Meeting or the several Committees of the
Whit o Fire Companies in the city will be held at
the Hall or the Phoenix Fire. Company To-Moaaow
EVEN INO, the 19th instant, at half-past 8 P.M.
Those Companies not represented at previous
meetings are requested to make their appoint?
ments. A large attendance is desired.
G. L. BUIST,
PROMPTITUDE FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at?
tend an Extra Meeting of your Company THIS
EVHNING, at the Military Hall, at 8 o'clock.
By order. R. W. BROWN,
THE SURVIVING MEMBERS OF THE
Palmetio Guard, Co. I, 2d S. C. Vols., and
Co. A, Manigault's Battalion, are particularly re?
quested to meet at the Mason'c Hail on THURSDAY
EVENING next, the 23d instant, ai half-past 7
o'clock preolselr. Business of much Importance
will be dtscn8s?'J. ?_aprl8-3
PEOPLES' BANK OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA-The Anneal Meeting of the Stockhold?
ers of this Bank will be held at the Banking
House, No. 9 Broad street, on WEDNESDAY, 26th
Instant, at 12 M. JAMES B. BETTS,
THE PEOPLES' NATIONAL BANK,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-A meeting of the
Stockholders of the Peoples' National Bank will
be held at the Banking House on tue TWENTIETH
OF APRIL next, ac 12 o'clock, for the purpose of
amending Section III of the Articles ol Agsi ela?
tion, BO that the Board or Directors shall consist
of eleven Instead of seven, as heretofore.
apri3-thtue H. G. LOPER, Cashier.
CLERK WANTED AT No. 404 KING
WANTED. A CHAMBERMAID. APPLY
at No. 4 Glebe street. aprl8-l*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. ALSO, A
Chambermaid and House Servant. Apply
at No. 22 Vendue Range._aprl8
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND?
HAND FURNITURK; for which the high
est cash prices win be paid. Address Postomce
Box So. 473. Charleston._aprl8-tathE3*
Gl EEEN PEAS WANTED.-FROM FIVE
r HUNDRED to one thousand boxes to-day,
for which a fair price will bc paid. Apply early to
C. BART A CO., Nos. 5?, o7 and 59 Harket street.
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly sltrfated dwelling, containing not less than
ronr square rooms. The western part of th? elty.
or Hie neighborhood of the Battery preferred. Ad?
dress, stating location and lowest rent, '-Tenant,"
office of THE NEWS._apris
W"ANTED, A COLORED BOY, TO
attend to horses. Apply at northwest cor?
ner of Rutledge and Montague streets. .
F~~OR SAL?7T~SEC0l?r>HAND SODA
WATER APPAR \TUS, in good order, con*
stating of one Copper Generator, two Copper
Founts, and Draught Stand, with Counter. In?
quire at M. H. GARDNER'S, No. 419 King-street,
Charleston, S. 0._aprl8-3*
FOR SALE, ONE 10-HORSE POWER
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE, but little used,
and in One condition. flheep for cash or city ac?
ceptance. CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.
FOR SALE, THE SLOOP GAUSS,
eight tous capacity, and one year old, as
she uow Ilea ac foot of Ha?el street. Terms low.
Apply to STEFFENS*, WERNER A DOCKER. Ven?
du eitangejEMStBay._ april
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
heap, call ac No. 27 Queen street, between
Meectng and Church streets._febU
VTEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
1.1 TY of the above. Apply at Board of Trade
Rooina, No. jgj Meeting street._novlO-ta
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. ' Is nearly
new, cuts 28 Inches, anet has an extra knife. No
charge Tor package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Job office. . maa
go Rent. _
TO RENT, -A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderdon, S. C.-a beautliul
Outtage, cou taming six rooms, partially furnished.
Tue gai den ls In a high state ol cultivation, and
th-; surroundings all that caa bc desired for sum?
mer comfort and pleesute. From May to October
there ia noe a more agreeable locality lu Souch
Can Una. Apply to F. G. DE FONTAINE, at the
Mills House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. C.
TO RENT, THB WHOLE OR PART OF
an elegant and commodious Residence, in
the westeru part or tue city, having a One garden
attached, and all necessary outbuildings. Pos?
session given Immediately. Apply co G. N. BER?
NAKD, No. 86 Broad street._tns8
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE LARGE
RUO HS. with every cou veale ace, pa L try aud
piazza attached, in a private family. Terms low.
Address D.. postofllce. aprl5-*eu2*
TO RENT, A TWO? AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trum ho's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apply at No. l Hayne screet.
TO RENT, ONE-HALF OF A DWELL?
ING situated In a most desirable portion of
the ci cy, an .i within five minutes' walk of the Post
office. Rent moderate. Inquire at No. 2 Society
tos? ano Sonne.
LOST, TEN (10) ITRST^ORTCAGE
BONDS, of the Cheraw and Darlington Rall
road Company, for $600 each, and numbered as
follows: 200. 202, 261, 262. 263, 264, 265, 276, 276,
277. These Bonus are esslly tdeutlfled, as the re?
ceipt for the semi-annual interest, October, 1870,
is endorsed on each Bond. All parties are warn?
ed noe t > purchase, as payment, li is been stopped.
The Under will be rewarded by applnav ac this
BOARDING, SEVERAL GENTLEMEN
can oocaln pleasant and comfortable .ooma,
witn liOARO, in a private famdy. Also, one Room
co Reut. aprl7-2*
M.VH.\METUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, lias removed to No. 238 KING
SiKEKT, ease side, between Market and Hasel
VTOT?CE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
il ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Ne" York, h>tve
removed from No. Ul Meeting street co cheir
uew oulce, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
fehl3 General Aireur.
Cumber, Suzi, tee.
u iTiTnirMr^^irp o T ,
NO. 94 CHURCH STREET.
THREE DOORS NORTH OF BROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
LIME .SLATES LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR
O Ml EST TILE . GRAVEL
CHIMiNEYTOPS SEWER PIPE GARDEN VASES
AC. Ac. Ac.
Now landing, a cargo of very superior LIME,
for sale low.
Coiioiry orders carefully and promptly Ulled.
P. O. BOX 374 ri. M. URtMKK.
PROFESSOR li ERG ER'S BED-BUt
Costars INSECT POWDER
<Jieutwor.trs Koacii (exterminator
Costar4? Rac Poison
(saacsen's Sure Pop,-Heatu to Mosquitoes.
For Hale by un. H. BAEK,
ly?i No. 131 l?eecmKscee-,
Dr. W. J. DAVIS, ex-Proressor la the University
of St." Petersburg, will deliver the Second Lec?
ture oa his- SCIENTIFIC -TRAVELS LV-WBWHA,
CHINA AND AFRICA THIS EVENING, the itth
of April, at 8_ o'clock, In the_Ljrceom JbUjof
Professor HOLMES, corner' of Iring and Went?
worth streets. Professor . DAVTB will give some
Interesting aoconnta of his Travels with Dr.
LIVINGSTONE, .In Central Africa. The Lecture
will be illustrated by means of powerful Oxy
Hydrogen-Lanterns, exhibiting beautiful large
Transparencies of Views or Pyramids of Egypt.
Tickets for a Lady and Gentleman tl; Single
Tickets so cents-may be had at Holmes's Book
House?King (street. ' aprlS-3*
A C A DSM Y OF MUSIC.
MR. MAS STRAKOSCH has the honor to an?
THE FIRST AND ONLY APPEAR 4.NOBS IN
MLLE. CHRISTINA NILSSON,
In Two Grand- Concerts'
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSK,
On SATURDAY and MONDAY, April 28 and24,1871
Mlle. CHRISTIN'A NILSSON will be assisted by
MISS ANNA LOUISE CARY,
Contralto. Her first appearance here.
The Popular Tepor.
Baritone. His first appearance here.
Mr. HENRY VIBUXTEMPS.
The World Renowned Violinist.
Musical Director.'..Signor BOBO NI.
General Admission, TWO DOLLARS. Reserved
Seats, $1 and S2 extra, according to location.
Admission to Family Circle, Si. Boxes flo and
The sale of seats 'commences on THURSDAY,
April 20th, at s A. M,. at the Box Office.
steinway's Pianos are used at all the Nilsson
JA M B S H^^WTLTS O N,
BANKER AND BROKER,
MO. S BROAD 8TRSET.CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
Bays and sells FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX?
CHANGE, Gold, Sliver, Bank Notes, Stocks. Bonds,
and all classes of Securities, at carrent-rates and
Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to check
at sight. Time Deposits received as per agree?
ment . - .
Issues Gold Checks on New York; Drafts In
sums of ?1 and npwards on Union Bank of Lon?
don, and Provincial Bank or Ireland, at Dublin,
and Branches; also, la sums of Ten Thalers and
npwards on' Discount Company, Berlin, Prussia.
Collections attended to promptly.
Loans negotiated. aprl-stuthlmo
?rouTLCS, CiqnoTS, &z.
W~~INES AND1JQUOHS AT BETXUCED
WHISKEY rrom $160 per gallon and upwards.
Old North Carolina Corn Whiskey 12 per gallon.
Port. Sherry, Madeira and ''taree Wines from
fl 60 per gallon and apwards. 1 **
French and Domestic Brandies at reduced prices.
All of the above ara procured directly rrom toe
Importers and DlstiUars. thereby saving au Inter?
mediate profits, and Insuring a good article, and
are warranted of good quality, floe- flavor, pure
and unadulterated, even the lowest grades oems
guaranteed strictly pare. Persoo-i lr. need of
such goods for medicinal or other 710'.poses eau
depend npon getting a strictly pure-article at an
extremely low price from
W. H. WELCH.
S. W. corner Me? tl og and Market streets.
49- Goods delivered free of chacge. april
EAS! TEAS! TEAS!
PURE TEAS ONLY ! .
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE FINI
From 70 cents to $170 per pound, being abott
2a cents per pound below other Dealers.
Consumers desiring FINE TEAS would do wei
to try those sold at.
and you will use no other kind.
We buy TEAS In large quantities from firs
liauds. (avoiding Tea Companies of all kinds,
therefore buying at a small advance on first cost
and would advise consumers to boy no Tea li
For PURE TEAS, go to
Anson add Society streets.
49* AU Goods delivered free. No charge fe;
Q.ROCEREES! GROCERIES I
Country Orders promptly attended to, at
Box No. 333, Charleston, 9. C.
49" No charge for packing or delivering Goods
EVERYBODY TO KNOW
That they are dally losing money by not baying ai
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE.
My prices are unprecedentedly low, and on al
branches of my business I defy comp?tition.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE, 25c. Apodad
Best Silver Drip Syrap, 75c. per gallon
Golden syrup, 6oc. a gallon
Crush Sngar, 7j? pounds for $1
Best Lear Lard, 6>? pounds for $1
Lighthouse OH, 30c..a gallon
Best Young Hyson Tea, sold elsewhere at $2 pei
pound, can bo bought here for $160 by thi
Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hardware
Fancy China Goods.
A general assortment in the HOUSE FURNISH
INO LINE, sold at marvellously low prices.
ROASTED AND GROUND RIO, LAGUAYRA AMI
Fresh every lay la the week, and guaranteed a
the Desi quat ty and'of such particular kinda ai
represented. Tne roasting ls done ?poa th?
premises, under my personal supervision (au:
uot imported rrom New York,) and can be renee
Look ont for the Signs of the
OROoKERV HOUSE AND CAROLINA TEJ
And stop in and ask for one of my Bnelnesa Cir
Respectfully, JOHN W. LINLEY,
tycte?eie^, Cigares, tez.
J^OOk, i?ofc MOLASSES, Ac"
5ffihds. Choice SHOULDERS, Rib and Clear Rik
50*boxe%holce*Dt!8V8honWer8 and Sides *
160 bids. Demorara Segara
60 bb?.'Ornshed and Refined Sagarn
100 bu is. sugar House Molasses.
25 bblsMZM BORK. .For sale'by I
aprls-1_HENRY COBLA A- QO.
Q I GA RS! CIGARS!
Large Stock ot Good, Free SMOKING CIGARS,
I constantly OL hand, and'for sale at $16 per thons
and, at J^.
J. MADSEN'S CIGAR MANUFACTORY,
No. 183 Meeting street,
Aprs-mo . Opposite Charleston HoteL
pORNl CORN! CORNI'
10,000 bushels Brime- CORN, in store arid for
sale by ' . T. J. KERR A 00.
Noir on hand the following branda of CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket;
case or bottle :
Piper A Co.'s HEIDSIECK
Chas, Heldeieck's - GREEN SEAL
V. E. Clicquot's PO NS A RD IN
Mom m's VER?HNAY and PRIVATE STOCK
Roederer'a DRY SILLER Y .
G. H. Mumm's DRY VERZENAY ',,
Bouche, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS :
E. E. BEDFORD, .
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
Jami . No. 276 sing street.
PAR KLING MOSELLE i?
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
CURACOA . /
CREME DE ROSE
E. E. BEDFORD, .
janli No. 276 Kine street.
jg REMEN LAGER BEEB
CHAMPAGNE ALES :
DUBLIN'S PO RTE RS
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil_._No. 276 King street.
JL?ING WILLIAM.. ~
Just received at KING WILLI AM'S CIGAR FAC?
TO RV, No. 3:0 King street, near Society street, ?
large and complete assortment or Lear, Chewing;
and Smoking TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pljtes,
Ac. Havana and Dimesttc Cigars Imported nsw
manufactured by WM SCHRODER, who raspect
ruUymvltes the attention of onewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
.'rom the cheapest to- the highest grade, which lg
offered at the io west cash rates. AU orders front1,
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thlrtv days' city accept?
JgD WA<RD C. STIEL, v
J TEACHER OF THE .
?EEMAN LAN GUAGE.
Room No. 2, Mansion House, Broad street.
49-OFFIOE HOURS from 12 to 8, and fromfi'toT.
TERMS LIBERAL. aprS-thsta?
TrT_T ? K I N~ 6 , T
. MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER,
CORNER KINO AND SOCIETY STREETS. -
1865s'J*FBENEY * COm 1871
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 70 BARCLAY AK? NO. 222 OBBBNWICH STRBXTB,
* NEW YORK,
Receivers of Green and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
! all kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location and faculties for selling Fruits and
Vegetables are unsurpassed in New York.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent free to-Ship?
pers. AU correspondents and questions cheer?
RHFBBINCS.-G. H. LUienthal, Tobacconist,
New York._ aprli
JJEEVES, BROWN ? VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT^'
IK ALL KINDS OP
OMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Noa. 162 and 103 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES.-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No 20? East Bay. Chartaston. 8. 0. aprl3-3mofl
Premium ?Catto Salt.
$95^000 _ $95,000
LAST CHANCE TO SEE WHAT 15 WILL DO.
$5 wm seeure a Snare in the Aiken Premium St?
$s Land Sale.invest ?6
$6 Will secure a share as above and a fine $6
$6 Work of Art co adora your Homes. $5
SS Will secure a share and che sceel Engrav- $6
$5 lng, "Marriageor Pocahontas,"...worth 16*
$5 will secure a ebare and che Steel Engrav- $6
.$5 lng, "Landing or Columbus,".worth $5
? $6 WUl secure a share and tue Steel Engrav- $5
it mg, "The Day we Celebrate,".worth $6
ii Will secure a share and the beautiful $6
t$5. Chromo, "American.Autumn,"_worth $6
>i& Will secure to some shareholder che Der- $6
$6 by Mansion and 26 acres or Vineyard and $5
?5 Orchard, valued at $26,000. $6
$5 Will secure co some shareholder "Rose- $5
$5 ville Farm." 160 acres. $6
$5 valued ac $10,000.invest 16
$6 Will secure to some shareholder "Gin- $6
$5 house Farm," 105 acres. $6
10 valued at $6000.Invest $5
$5 Will secure co some shareholder who In- fi
$6 vests, a Peach Orchard, valuei at $3500 16
j; *"'t ?-cure to some shareholder a Vine- Jo
$5 yard"and Peat* Orcnard.?
$5 valued ac $11000...............hi v?3t $5
?5 Will secure co some aharenulder a fine $6
5 Villa site, with Cottage. Garden, A-&, $6
td valued at $2500.invest $5
$5 Will secure to ss other shareholders val- $6
11 nable properties, ranging in value from $6
$6 $300 to $1500.Invest $6
$6 Ttieae Real Estate Prises. $6
$5 valued ac $95,00o, are located In the beau- $6
$5 ural Town or Alkea. South Oar. ulna... $5
$5 Us unequalled climate and heaitu-giving $6
16 Burroon? Hugs, has made it the $6
$5 *'3A-tvATOGA OF THE SOr^H." $8
$5 The Shared wdl be dlsi nouied ?.prd 21st, $5
$5 wheu each stiarenolder will see $?
$5 "WHAT FIVI OOLLAKS WILL DO." $6
"There is a tide in the airairs n men, which,
Taken at the flood, leads eu to i or tun e."
The most liberal terms to duos.
For description of tue vamable Beal Estate.
Prises, notices of cae press, names or Committee
to make che Drawing, hume endorsements, and
general character ai che euterpnni aa<i manage
meut, seud for pamphlet. Remittance-, for shares
should be made wita Postortice Money Order, or
currency In registered leccer, or by Express. Ad?
dress J. C. DERBY, uenerdl Manager,
OftVe corner or Jackson and Reynolds screeta.
ny Residents of iHurlesi MI ytciuity can
secure Shares by apolvingco J. nUSSELL BAKER,
oo society sc.; ac C. HICKEY"* N?. ito King screet,
WILBUKA SONS'. No. 59 Broad street, and JU?
LIUS Roi ?MILL ATS. No. eui mg street, where
specimens of the Works of Art, WHICH each sbare
nolder receives, caa oe seen. inarl-t2
rjlRUSSES. SUPPORTERS, Aa
just received, a large asaeortmenc, and for sale at
?JU. H- BARR'S
ni8 "J. 'i Drug Store?