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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.^
No. 149 Bast Bay, Charleston, SC
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1871.
MEWS OE THE DAT.
-?Gold closed in New York yesterday at U|
-Cotton closed quiet, with Bales . of 37.5
) ales at 1A| cents.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull and de
I reseed; uplands 7?d; sales 10,000 bales.
-Mlle. Nilsson has invested $130,000 in real
estate in Otis and Arch streets, Boston.
-One of the Insurgent leaders in Paris is
E mlle Blanchette, a well known barber of the
Latin Quarter, and two other leaders were
once paairy cooks at the Hotel de Bristol.
-The Ughj low and broad church parties
of England-arc cleverly designated "Altitud i
narlans," "Platitudinarians" and "Latitudina?
-The last scientific sounding experiments
n the Atlantic show an upper strafum of warm
water, 700 to 800 fathoms deep, moving north?
ward, and the entire deeper stratum, below, of
almost ^ loy coldness, moving southward from
; be Arctic basin. ?
-A Washington telegram, of Wednesday,
Bays : The joint committee of twenty-one to
visit the South and investigate the alleged Ku
Klux are selecting their clerks, Ac, and will
probably be ready to start out on their expedi
1 lon bi May. . '
-New Orleans wants no more bequests
(rom well-meaning^millionaires. John Mc
Donough'e large bequest has gone into the
pocketB of the lawyers ; the most of that be?
queathed by John D. Fisk was stolen by some- 1
body else, and the Gined bequest of $100,000
bas dwindled to $30 COO, and ls still dwindling.
-The known weight of our globe is five and
a half times as great as if it were wholly com?
posed of water. As -the density of Its rock
crust is but half as great a< this, modern
philosophers infer, so says Professor David j
Forbes in Nature,"' that the immense molten
mass of the interior is principally metallic
-An Austrian Journalist, who has been
I aken into the confidence of the Empresa Au?
gusta of Germany, states that while the war
lasted the Empress did not sleep more^than
four hours a day But, doubtless, her Majesty
slept soundly enough at night, although the
onrnalist does not mention this interesting
-It must be a curious spectacle to the Prus?
sian soldiers who ace still at Enghien, only
?bout fifteen - miles as a bird files from Ver?
sailles, to wltnest the carryings-on of the
French armies noa opposed to each other in
that quarter, and the reporto! whose .field
pieces reaches tUelr ears at interval' ts they
Ie awake in the. panses of the night its teni a g
-Queen Marla, the wife of the King of
Spain, has not yet been able to overcome ihn
i trong Spanish prelud?eles of King Amadeus's
nev subjects. The orondea dames ot Madrid
i how her no respect by ignoring her existence.
While see Is Queen of Spain by an accident,
not being a Spaniard she is necessarily not
ne social equal of the ladies of Madrid, say
bese high born' dames of the Spanish Capital.
-Zoe arrival of over one hundred French
soldiers at New York, Tuesday, looks like the
jeannine of a movement towards French ; in?
migration, which, lt is to be hoped, will be
well carded ont. The unsettled condition of
France, and the poverty inevitable after a
flsasirou3 war, are cogent reasons why
Frenchmen should seek a home in the New
Porid; particularly in the Southern States.
f*-l$4 a^rtofUt census tekferte ) show that
Florida has had'the largest percentage of in
srease la population of any State in the Union,
except Missouri, toe increase in. Florida being
|fty percent, and in Missouri fifty-five per
sent In the increase in the establishment of
productive industries Florida stands at the
lead of the Hst, her Increase being 262 per
:ent., while that of Missouri is only 242 per
-Th?ophile Gautier, the renowned literary
animal fancier, had at the begianing of the
fi ego oT Paris 150 cata, and at the capitulai ion
discovered that his feline stock had been re
iuced to nine, owing to the roving habits
whiob made them a prey to the population,
?ven of the nine, four 'bad their tails shot
away. Gautier is sorely troubled over his loss?
es, as bis love of cats, he says, passes the love
-A case is now before the New York cljy
courts which may be considered without pre
oedent tor singularity. It Is a suit to recover the
ittle bill of $1390 ll incurred at the burial of
a lady ol means. The undertaker is pushing
bia claim and the executor is resisting it. The
plaintiff alleges that tba deceased lady order?
ed the expenditure, which he admits to have
been extraordinary, and as abe was worth a
j uar ter of a million, he obeyed orders.
-During the days of the second Empire cor?
respondents had mnch to say concerning the
iplendid toilet of the wife of the Prince de
Metternich, the Austrian Ambassador to
France. The Princess essayed to rival if not
jxcel the ex-Empress Eugenie in point of
Iress, and the consequence la that her h ua?
ra nd has been very nearly Impoverished by
1er extravagances. He has sold his five Johan?
nisberg estates to liquidate debts, of her con?
tracting wllh Worth, the man-milliner, and
>ther dressmakers, during her residence in
-A Paris letter describes the erection of a
) arri eade at the top of the Hue de Turin. A
no8t blacKguardly-looking sergeant of the
National Guard came up, escorted by six cut
hroais, you would say, Judging by their up
searanoe, aud erected a rampart in s^oae and
sarth five feet high and lour feet deep, with
wo emorasuros, before which two seven
sounders were pointed, and seutluuls were
.laced to guard this new toy. It is always
nrrounded by a knot of hideous-looking ruf?
iana, dressed as National Guards, such men
a one only sees during u revolution, as it they
emalned below grouud the retnolnd r of the
-The reception of Kaiser Wilhelm on bis
'eturn to Berlin, as told by a correspondent,
ras a remarkable scene. At the railway ?sta
i on, about torty feet of the platform was cur?
tained off with scarlet banginga, relieved tn
;old, and having an open festooned door. Qp
loslte the door of the rojal carriage, on either
ide of the door leading to the saloon, was a
1 tiing statue of Victory holding out a wrealb.
'ne E.upe roi's saloon was In wnlie ana gold,
vita scarlet hangings aua upholstery, and
oth in ic aud the adjoining apartment of .tie
impresa was a protuso display of rare exotics.
S3 the train rolls In there arises a mighty
oheer, asu^sk the?f?fQm stands the Emperor
William, frame*''aa In a picture. The old
mam's... face Jg*' working as the cheam
ring Ja bis ears. 1? ls down the afieps
and sassing Ju Dowager Queen Elizabeth,
Whjtft WUlniie^tmmen of his family mob
him, then, as they crowd round him for bte
kisses, while grandchildren hang about hfV
knees I. So.wondejjliaiJtie. iias to Jamah hip
eyes with the back of his hand as he struggles
through the women folk before him. In his
path stands the white figure o? Wrang??, the
rays of the Betting sun flashing on his snow
white hair. The soldier-patriarch raises hin
hand and would fain lead off a cheer, but his
voice lalla him, and the tears roll down his face.
His master, not less moved, kisses his serv ...t
on either cheek. The two old soldier-comrades
embrace, while one of Steinmetz's wound?
ed fellows heads, from the top of the carriage,
a real rousing cheer. Then the Emperor
grasps Bismarck by the hand, and kisses him
too. He serves You . steinmetz in the same
manner, notwithstanding the calumnies
cnent that gallant soldier. He kisses his way
right through out of sight Into the waiting
room, the Empress following, him with a look
of conscious ownership; and sc exit Kaiser
What ia Cumulative Voting I
In June last Colonel J." P. Thomas, of Co?
lumbia, delivered, before the literary socie?
ties of Woffc>rd Collage, a well-djgested ar.d
masterly address upon the Science of Gov?
ernment, devoting the larger portion of his
time to a discussion of Proportional Repre?
sentation. After showing that majority rep?
resentation, or the absolute rule of the nu?
merical majority, utterly fails to fulfil the
just requiremerits Of a proper representative
6ystem, Colonel Thomas proceeded to indi?
cate the points made against majority rep?
r?sentation, and for a reformed representa?
tion-aptly styled Proportional. The work?
ings of the present system are well explain?
ed by the New York World as follows :
"Under the present electoral system of the
State?, A-being the Democratic candidate tor
an office and B bis Republican antagonist, a id
tho rote being 5000 Democratic and 5001 lie
publican, B is elected, and the 5001 Reput il?
eana have a representative, but the 5000 Dem?
ocrats have none. There is, to be sure, a man
. who, under our system, ela! ms to be the rep if:
aentative ot the entire 10,001 voters; but we
.know that-his vie we, votes and action are for
5001 only of his- constituents, and In known
opposition to and disregard ol the remaining
5000. He represents, then, but the 5001, and,
to examine lt>closely, is in reality made a rep?
resentative not by 5001 votes, bot by one vote j
only.. Thus: the poll begins and B receives 20
votes, which are forthwith neutralized by 20
: votes tor A. Were the polls to be now ??osad,
lhere would be a tie, and nobody would be
elected; the opposing votes would 'kill* each
.other.- But the voting goes on; -somebody
votes for A, and now, if the polls were closed,
A would be elected, having a majority; but
jnst here come In two votes for B. which 'kill'
A's majority and puts B ahead. So lt goes on
till all tho votes are In, when it is found that
A has 5000 and B 5001 rotes. B, therefore, is
el- cted, and elected, as the very correct popu?
lar phrase ls, by one vote, each of his other
votes being killed, neutralized, nullified, made
as il lt had not been polled, by a correspond?
ing; antagonistic A vote.. One vote, theo,
elects B, and does the work for the whole 10,
00? men voting. * ~
"B, thus elected, represents the wills and
wishes of 5001 persons, and, In representing
such wills and wishes, necessarily contemns,
thwarts, and disregards the wills and wishes
of the 5000 who oppose the 5001. The process
by which B ts enabled to do this we term an
eleotlofi, and when B does this it ls~caTI?? pop?
ular repr?sentation. Amore intelligent com?
prehension styles lt majority repr?sentation,
and while not contesting the right of the ma?
jority to a representation co-ordinate with Its
extent, insist on the right of the minority to a
representation co-ordinate with its extent."
This Journal adds : "How to secure this right
ls the problem of minority representation."
There are various schemes of proportional
representation, all of them having as their
object the protection ol minorities. The
plan .which, in the opinion of Colonel
Thomas (and we fully concur with him,)
comes nearest to the mark is the plan of
Cumulative Yoting, already described in
these columns. This was the plan adopted
Last year- by,the people of Illinois.
"It was reported to the Illinois Slate Con?
vention by Hf. Medill, from 'the committee
on the electoral and representative reform,'
and the plan ls thin explained : 'It divides the
State Into senatorial districts and representa?
tive districts, each whereof is to elect three
members, each elector having three votes to
dispose of as he will-one vote to A, one to B,
one to C, or two to A and one to C, or three to
A or B or C. Ho w this works may be thus
shown: In the first senatorial district, say,
are 7000 Democrats and 13.000 Republican
voters, or 21,600 Democratic and 39,000 Repub
Ucan*vot?*e. The polls 6hew :
, A.14,000 votes.. C.16,000 rotes I
! B. 7,100 voles. D.13,000 votes.
- E.11,000 votes
Total....21,000 votes. -
Being arranged, the list WIU then stand :
C, Republican.16.000 voies)
A, Democrat.N.uOo votes} ElecteB.
D Repuntican.13,000 votes J T
E, KepubUcan.11,000 votes
B, Democrat.7,ooo votes.'
"Now, it will be seen that this method is
plausible andr not wanting In some excellent
feature?. It strikes the miud with force. ' Ita
a community of 7000 Democratic voters, and
13.000 Republican voters, the result, under the
present electoral system, would be the elec?
tion of three Republican representatives-thu
giving Absolutely no representation whatever
to the minority of 7000 Democratic voters.
But the plan of Cumulative Yoting greatly im?
proves Ihis bogus representation. According
to Ibis Improved system ot voting, each party
would calculate its strength before hand. The
majority wouid grow moderate ia their claims,
of necessity aud in seli'-deience. Tn ey would
forbear from grasping at all power, irom the
fear of lo>lng ail power. In the case stated,
the 13,000 Republican voters would gel two
representatives, and the 7000 Democratic
voters one representative.
"This is the plan that has been Incorporated
in the revised constitution of the young and
growing Commonwealth ol Iilluois. .It remains
to be seen whether the popular Judgment will
endorse or reject this forward movement. It
ramo! us ta be seen whether yr not, the people
at Hit ois are to be entitteorto the great dis?
ttuction of inaugurating an admirable politi?
cal leature. In either event, our opinion is
the same, and it is that the scheme suggested,
th ouKhrpesbapa, susceptible at impestfeaivut,
marks' an er?ih'i"m?cadT*'ot popnlantrpreSen
latlou, and deserves the earnest study and lair
consideration of every genuine advocate of
Nor<io?s the plan of Cumulative Yoking,
or the system of proportional representation
tliereiu contained, exist in theory only. It
hus been ieduced to practice and found to
Amongst the early advocates of minority
representation.^ this country Rt?Ml? Hrm.
Charley E. Buckatew, who, tallie year 1869,
Was o BB of the .Democratic .'Senators from
.PennsylvaniaJa th*%nit?d Stales Congress.
Mr. Buck aie? is a res id eat o? Bloornjtjuxg.
,a Pw??jfbrmfc town w?fi a pc^aticmV
&Xpat six thousand souls, and politically
^Democratic.'' There "reformed voting''
waa flrsfput in this land to a practical teat.
Through ex-Senator B?ckalew's Ihflderice,
thc? Pennsylvania Legislature passed "An act
" to denne the Urnits and to organize the
"Town, of Bloomaburg," and in the act a
pr?ovision for a new voting system waa in?
serted. The town council waa ordered-to
consist of a president and six (6) members,
and tho mode of voting indicated in one of
the sections of the act, which rends thus :
""When six persona are to be chosen, each
" voter may give one vote to each of six
" persons, one vote and a half to each of
" four, two votes to each of three, three
" votes to each of two, or six votes to one"
On April 12r 1870, the election came off.
Ex-Senator Buckalew, the author of the ex?
periment, cast the first vote. The election
was held, arid the result'pToved satisfactory.
The town was politically divided between
the Democrats and the Opposition, with an
inconsiderable- Democratic majority. The
result was that of the six councilmen elect?
ed, three were the regular party nominees,
and three were of the opposition. Under
the old syBtem all six would have been the
regular party nominees. Thus the principle,
tried on a small scale, wa3 found not imprac?
ticable. The locaj journal expressed the
public sentiment in the following terms.
The Bloorn^barg.CWuwt??iH Democrat said
upon the occasion of this novel election :
"Our town election on Tuesday last, April
" 12, teated the merit of reformed voting in
" a satisfactory manner, and gave to it the
" sanction of popular opinion for the future.
" Theoretically it had been accepted by re
" fleeting men in our community as just and
" expedient; but, as an untried plan, it was
" still open to question among the mass of
" our people. Now all double of its utility,
V fairness aad practicability-have disappear
" ed forever."
We have said enough to show the opera?
tion of the plan of Cumulative Voting. It
is evident that it secures to the minority a
representation co-ordinate with ita extent,
without trenching upon the ju3t representa?
tion which is the right of the majority. Nor
oeed there be any long delay in tee ti tig the
plan in South Carolina. Should the May
-Convention consider the subject and secure
the co-operation of leading Republicans, tie
general electrons of 1872 will, we may bdpe,
be conducted upon the system of Cumulative
Tbc Cngllsh <k?arterlie?.
We have received from the Leonard Scott
Publishing Company, of New York, through
Mr. John Bussell, the Charlot ton agent, copies
of the Edinburgh and North Britts* Reviews
for January. The last named review ia, we
.are sorry to nay, discontinued by its publishers
in Edinburgh, stopping with the present num?
bat. The republishers in New York have,
however, with commendable promptness, '
made arrangements to supply its place with
another, and we think a very valuable addi?
tion to their already valuable reprints-name?
ly. The British Quarterly, the whole four num?
bers ot which for the year 1871 will be furnish?
ed to subscribers, thus giving the January
Thu tabla ot con Un ti ol' the Edinburgh ls ns
follows: 1. France; 2. Lives of Rossini and
Berlioz; 3. Business of the House ot Com?
mons; 4. Kaye's History of the Sepoy War.
Yoi. II; 5. Facts and Fables at the Admiralty;
6. Laugel'B Problems of Nature and Life; 7.
The Foreign Relations of China; 8. The Mili?
tary Forcea ol' the Crown; 8. Morris's, Earthly
Paradise; 10. The Treaties ot 1866 and 1387.
TUE Edgefield Advertiser, now in its
thirty-sixth year, is enlarged this week by
four coiuntus, and is printed with new type.
These are substantial tokens of a prosperity
which is well deserved. The Advertiser ls
both able and respectable.
ON THE subject of the May Convention the
Columbia Union says: "The leading Demo?
cratic papers o? the State assert that the con
ven tl cn ls to be non-partisan, that it is to bo
composed of the best men without regard to
their political predilections. This may be true, .
perhaps it ls, but we think more force would
be given to these ass?nions, if some of the
delegates had been others than leading Demo?
crats. If the Board o? Trade had sent General
Gurney as a delegate, lt would have had more
the appearance of being non-partisan. How?
ever, we are not disposed to find fault about
lt, but will take these gentlemen at their word,
when they say lt ls not to be a political move?
dated the 17th Instant, not having been received
until the 10th, lt he will Inform me where an in.
terrrew can be had, I will be m ich obliged.
apr?O JULIUS C. CARPENTER.
pf .CASHIER'S OFFICE, NOSTH
E ASTERN RAIL Rb A r/ COMPANY, CHARLES?
TON, S. C., APRIL 21,1871.-AU persons are here?
by cautioned against receiving check of the North
e?titera Railroad Company, No. 721, on the Peo?
ple's National Bank, dated April 19, 1871, for
$370 50-100, payment or same having been stop?
ped. F. E. HUGER,
pf THY IT.-IT IS AMUSING THAT
I the (ceole should totter, with ancenaln steps,
I over the face ot the earth, In dang, r every day of
filling victims to the morbid influences by which
[ we are all aurronaded, waea a tested and provea
vegetable tonie, capable of endowing them with
i he vigor they ucod, ls procurable ta every city,
town and settlement. It might reasonably be
thoaght that after the twelve ears' experience
which the world has had of H'lSTETTER'S BIT
TBRS, all would know that Its effect is to pievent
At certain seasons thc atmosphere ls surcharg?
ed with tue seed? ot intermltteuts, remittents,
rhea mails a, pul nonary fl ie ?Me rs, billons com?
plaints ami the like Persaas wiios? nervous sys?
tems are relaxed are the first co snoaamo to these
di?temp-rs. Brace op the Biiyslcal eaergiea,
thea, with this potent! a vegetable tonic It ls
the most p iwer: ai reoaperant which the b?tame
kl?Vd >m ri,ts ever yielded to patient re ea-ch aad
experiment. Try lt. The bli d. st discipline of
the o tl ma Meal dogmas will at least ad all that a
tonic and alterative, compounded of approved
herbs, roots aa J barks can do no harm, while the
testimony of thousands invites a trial or its
Vigor is the thing most needed in these cases ns
wei' as m dyspepsia and nervous adVcil ms, and
LIOS'ErrUR'-? BI ITEM ls the safest, surest, and
in-s wnolesorae strengthening p ep trallon that
human s Kill has y er. cou cootel I.
Hundreds or physicians have abaodonod all the
officinal reoelpis and presort ie I this harmless
tomo as a preventive ,and cure for all cases ot
tal. s and fever. r apcti-naca |
?ppr TBINITJ CfflJECBj-77-REV. ? S.
ID AMS, or the Oj^t^huro?T wlft preach; To
fORROW Mo RN INTQ, at I Al f-p sit teiTO'c'.ock, "and
he Rev. J. M. QAI'.LEBLE. pastor, at NIGHT "_at 8
>'clook. Sund?$Bchoft in the ^rfmxcAJtf at
lair past 3 o'clock. _ ?P1^?
BETHEL M. E.. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Di vice' Service ^111 be held in this Church To
tfoBRoV MORNING, at halr-paat 10'o'clock, hy
Jlshop W". ? WIGHTMATT, and in'the AFTERNOON,"
it 4 o'clock, hy Rev. J. Ml CARLISLE.
jar- DEVINE SERVICE WILL BB CON
orcrED ia the-Orpban'a Chapel on SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, at 4 o'clock, by the Rev. L. fl. SHUCK.
pm* THE MARINERS CHURCH WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABBATH M?RN
rso, at half-past 10 o'clock, corner of Chnrch and
Water streets. Services by the Rev. Wi ft TATES,
?ar UNITARIAN CHURCH--DIVINE
Service will be held In this charch TO-MORBOW
MORNING, at half past 10 o'cloek, and in theJEvaN
iNO at a quarter berore 8 o'clock, Rev.. R. P. CUT?
LER officiating. Ail ?trang?re are cordially In?
vited to attend.
Subject ror the evening discourse: "The Chjer
End or Man, and the Triumph of Good over Evil.'
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SOUTH CAROLINA, from New York, are hereby
notified, that sbe will d lacharge cargo Tam DAT at J
Her No. % Union Wharves. Goods uncalled for at [
sunset will remain on the wharf at owners
risk and expense. WM- A. COURTENAY,
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable compound contalas no opium, land
anara, paragorlc, or oilier anodyne, and will not
massacre the lnnocents like the "soothing sj raps'
so much In vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL ls harmlesa.-aad ts reCcmmended by all
our best physicians. It is to be had of thc manu
.Acturer, f> DR H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting stxeet.
And or ail Druggists. apr22-atuih
HST* GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE
active and passive members of this Club arc re.
spectfully requested to call for their family tickets,
at Mr. G. H. LINDST?DT'S, corner of Calhoun
and Ring streets. C. H. BERuMANN,
?mr- GRAND- LODGE OF SOUTH CAR?
OLINA, GRAND SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C., 1TTH APRIL, 1871.-Esti?
mates are requested for the construction of the
Sew Masonic Hall.- The plan and apeclacaiions
can be aeen at the Grand Secretary's office.
Sealed tat u?ates will be received up to 12 o'clock
M. of May l. Bords will bb required fob tue
faithful performance of the work, and the esti?
mates must contain the names of the -sureties.
B. RUSH CAMPBELL,
aprl8-tuths3 Grand Secretary.
?xf BANK OF CHARLESTON,
CHARLESTON, MARCH 28, 1871.-In accordance
with the resolution a'dopted at a meeting or the
Stockholders, on 2Tth inst., an election for Thir?
teen Directors will be held on TUESDAY, 2d day of
May next, and a meeting ef the Stockholders for
the purpose or reorganising the Bank will also be
heM on same date, at 12 o'clock, in the Bank
Hall. WILLIAM THAYKR,
?sa-* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS IN THIS
County are requested fFglrethe JOINT SPECIAL
FINANCIAL roMMlTTEE, appointed by the Gene?
ral Assemcly, at ita last session, to Investigate
the Finances or the State of South Carolina, now
sitting in Colu mbia, any and all Information In
their possession as to the purchase or Lands In
this County, in the name of and for the State, of
and by whom purchased, at what price, the
amount paid, whether in whole or in part, and
whether titles have been given for the same. All
communications to be addressed to the commit?
tee. J. B. DENNIS, Chairman.
Columbia. S. C., April 17. mi. >-pr21-2
?ar* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to ail Sab-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. Iv
CARDOZO, Secretary or the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. Di LA RGB, L. G. S. S. G.
Columbia, February 38,1871. maru
par- MANHOOD-154TH EDITION
corrected and revised by tue author, E. de F. Cur?
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Consumption, in Its early atagea, nothing equals
Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT. or Golden Medical Dis?
covery. It ls also a great blood purluer and
8treugth restorer or tonic, and for "Liver Com?
plaint" and costive conditions or the bowels it
has no equal. Sold by all Druggists.
?*- BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use of all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. JNO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadel?
A full supply on hand bv
DB. H. BAER,
. febl-tuthsflmos No. 181 Meeting street.
ror 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 aealed envelopes. Ad
dreas Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
tOatcrJes, feraelrrj, &t.
NOS. 665 and 367 BROA DWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FOKKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
?1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Gooda are pronounced superior in beauty
of finish, and greater ia variety of pattern, to any
Tobie Ware manuracmred.
A LAROB STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
JAMES H. WILSON,
BANKER AND BROKER,
NO. 5 BROAD STREET.CHARLESTON, X. C.,
Buys and sella FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BX
CHANUK, Gold silver, Bank Notes, stocka. Bonds,
and ail classes of Securities, at current rates and
Interest allowed on Deposita, subject to check
at sight. Time Deposits received aa per agree?
lannes Gold Checks on New York; Drafts in
sams or ?i and upwards on U'iion Bank or Lon?
don, and Provincial Bunk of Ireland, at Dublin,
aud Branche-; atoo, lu sams ot Ten Tnalers and
upwards on Discount Company, Berlin, Prussia.
Collections attended to promptly.
Loans negotiated. aprl-Btnthlmo
I^RMI^ RiT^grjLnE. ^^??J^UX?
XJT -"an J pftsstte meafbersef tala Clan ?re here
4?naotmonM tiassemble, at tMlr Heaitaacters
In mit uniform, (bUok pants,) and rifle, on Mew
JPAY, the 24tti inst., at.naif-past T o'clock, lu the
matai n g. By; order of the President. -\
- apr22 C. Bl BERGMANN. Secretary.
CAROLINA DRAMATIC CLUB.-AT?
TEND an.Extra MgaHnfrnryniirPliih Tara
SVEXING, at your Hall, at half-past 7 o'clock'.
embeiB^wul please be punctual, as business or
Importance ls on hand. Cy order of the President.
apr22 JOB DAWSON, JR . Secretary.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY".-Attend a Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company, at your Flail, THIS
EVEN TNT}, 22d inst., at 8 o'clock precisely. A full
attendance ls desired.. By order.
M. FITZ GIBBON,
apr22 " Secretary W. S. F. E. Co.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHTH
ANNIVERSARY ST. GEORGE'S SOOIETT.
The annual Meeting or the St George's Society
will ba held, at the oaks -Olab-lrouse. at 2 P. M.
TO-DAY. Dinner will be served at 3 P. M .precise?
ly. By order. . G. R. WALKER,
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE . ASSOCIATION.-Attend
the Monthly Maetlng THIS EVENING, In Masonic
Hall, at 8 o'clock precisely.
J. L. HONOUR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
SURVIVING MEMBERS OF TUE WASHING?
TON LIGHT INFANTRY, anterior to and during
the late war, are earnestly Invited to attend an
Adjourned Meeting TH? EVENING, in Masonic
Hall, at 9 o'clock. The Committee appointed at
the previous meeting will report, and important
business transacted. By order of the Chairman.
J. L. HONOUR,
apr22 1 Secretary.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB-ANNUAL
FESTIVAL.-Members of the Club will asr
semble at their Hall on MONPAT, 24th Inst., at 8
o'clock A. M., In full uniform.
Con tributing Members are respectfully Invited
to attend the celebration at the Schuizenplatz.
Members will please provide themselves with
Northeastern Railroad Tickets by application co
By order. THOS. FROST, ia.,
spn?l-2 _ Secretary andTr?asorer.
PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA.-The Annual Meeting or the Stockhold?
ers or tins Bank will be held nt the Banking
House, No. 9 Broad street, on WKDNESOAY, 26th
Instant, at 12 M.' JAMES B BETTS,
WANTED, A GOOD. RELIABLE GER?
MAN MAN, to work In Store. Apply to MAC?
QUEEN A RIEJKE, NOS. 21 and 23 Vendue
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS NURSE,
and a Colored Girl as House Servant.
Must be well recommended. Apply corner Char?
lotte and Meeting streets. _- apr21-3?
WANTED, SALESMEN AND CAN?
VASSERS for EMERSON'S BINDER, for
mu:?lc and periodicals, and for Emerson's Clip
and File for office papers. Two separate articles,
the Clip and Fue for nuaioe-e men, and the binder
I'.r everybody. Send for tarma and lists to JNO.
R. BARRETT A CO., Book Binders, No. 129 S.
Clark street, Chicano, illinois. aprs-wsS
WANTED, A SITUATION, BY A
YOUNG MAN who ls waling to work in
any way for au honest livelihood. Can bring
trade irom the country, and give good recom?
mendations. A place as clerk or porter In a Gro?
cery Store, wholesale ar retail, preferred. Ad?
dress C. B , Charleston. ?_apr20-ths3
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND?
HAND FURNITURK, for which the high?
est eash prices will be-paid. Address Postofflce
Box. No. 473, Charleston. -_anrl8-tathH3*
WANTED TO BENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing not lesa than
four square rooms. The western part of the city,
or the neighborhood of the Battery preferred. Ad?
dress, statine location and lowest rent, '-Tenant,"
offlce of THE NEWS._?_APN8
L~~A1??ES, GcT AND GET YiD^lilCE,
Cheap "Fruit for Sunday," (of course at
KLEIN'S, No. 339 Krag street,) Go before yu
hear that sweet soug of Miss Nilsson to-night. In
doing so you will not be disappointed in either
way. Go, und you will be much pleased to-mor
AT KLEIN'S-BANANAS 40 CENTS A
dozen. Lemons, 25 cents. Apples, -2?> cents,
manges. 60 cents. Pates. 16 cents a pound. Ex?
tra One Havana Oranges. Jhst arrived.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, ofgoodquantv, which are offered
hean. Call at No. V Queen street, between
Meeting and Church streets._Tcr>14
ABARGAIN!-TU PRINTERS AND
. BOOKBINDERS.-A Rnggles Wood Frame
' Paper cutter, will be sold low (or cash. Is nearly
sew, eats 28 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Job omce. mar22
TITRENT TWO OR THREE ROOMS
and Kuchen. Apply southeast corner Morris
street and Rutledge avenue. apriS-l*
rpo RENT, FOUR ROOMS WITH DRES8
X -INO room and pantry, with vs-of piazza
and necessary conveniences, In Meeting street,
near Battery. Apply at this offlce._apr22
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trumbo's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apply at No. 1 Hayne street.
TO BENI, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderson, S. C.-a beautiful
Coi tage, containing six roams, partially furnia ned.
The garden ls In a high state or cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can be desired for sum?
mer comfort and pleasure. From May tb October
there is not a more agreeable locality In Sooth
tar. .Una. Apply to F. G. DE FONTAINE, at the
Mills House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S, C.
Cost and -foam.
L"?ST. A YOUNG BLACK NEWFOUND^
LAND DOG, with a Kass weather strap
around his neck. A reward of Ave dollars ls of?
fered for the return of tho Dog ro Mr. u. W. PAR
g KR. Milla House._flpr?2-4
WATCH LOST.-L08T, YESTERDAY,
a i ady's doable ease GOLD WATCH, sup?
posed to have been lost In King street. Price B al?
ley, or dropped lu ouc of the Rutledge street cars.
The finder will be liberals rewarded by leaving
the same at OSTENDORFF A CO.'S, East Bay,
near Accommodation wharf._jortt-i*
LOST ON THE 18TH, A, BUCKSKIN
POUCH, with Thirty Dollars and some
ceo ts, between Trodd and King s treta, via
Friend, Archdale and Beaufain. Finder win be
rewarded on delivery at No. 114 Tradd, cerner
Logan streets. apr20
MADAME LUZIER, PABJST?N DRESS?
MAKUK, has removed to No. 2.18 KING
a i KEKT, eaac aide, between Market and Hasel
VTOTIt.'E.-TH E "EQUITABLE LIFE
ll ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Ne-* York, have
removed from No. 141 Meetm* street to their
ae w omce, NO. 20 BROAD STRRET.
WM. B. SHAW,
febl3 General Agent.
ttnmbgi, ifnel, j?c _
jg u i ITTTE R ? s~~ D E PTT\
No. 94 CHURCH STREET.
THE BE Dooas NOBTS OP BROAD,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
LIMB SLATES LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR
?KMENT TIL8 - GRAVEL
CHIMNEY TOPS SEWBRPIPB GAKDBV VASSS
_ Aa Ac. Ac.
Now (anding, ? cargo of very superior LIME,
for sale low.
Country orders carefully and prompr.lv a led.
P. O. Box 374 B. ?a. G111.UK.K.
JJR. BING'S f?UL REMEDI.
For sale by Da. u. BA BR.
*^ <? ?K ill OF TOT
Sl??ERS >C^O(B* LADY" OP MERC|g
AT HIBERNIAN HALL,
TS ?? BS DA F, APB II 2 0, 1871.
Cnder the patronage of the following Gentles^W: ?J
Hon. M. P. O'Cona or, B. R? Riordan, Esq;, te
John F. O'Neill,. B*q-. Contain Q. Foll?n,
John McKeegAD, Esq., C. E.' Atmar. Esq.,
John Dougherty, Esq., James Kenny, Esq.,
Rd ward Lad tte, Esq., Alex. Sr. Amend, Hw.,
Dr. J*. P. Obazat, tt Mc8weeny. EBq.,
Captain Henry F. BVcer, 1?? Moran, Esq.; \
B. Ponclgnon, Esq.. OL R. Oasatdy, Ese.,
Wm. J. Magrath, Esq., Capt. Jae. M. Mn ivan ey.
Mons. A. D. Bei lalgra, T. R. MaQahn,. Eaq"
Theodore Huchee. Es?., B. Salmon, Esq.,
Captain F. W. Dawson, P.' P. Salas, Eaq.,
T. Kelly. Esq., . P A. Coazal, Esq.. '
Wm. Mat'thfeasen, E>?q., T. F. Chapeau. Esq-.
Alexander McLoy, Esq., William Moran, E?q.,
lames Cosgrove, Esq., P. Carroll,
Captain H Z. Lauroy, James Cantwell, Esq.,
Miles Drake,. Esq.. Phillp Fogarty, Seq.,
Gea A. Bowman. Esq., Jame? Salvo,.Baq^,
John Commins, Esq., John O'Maca, Esq., .
John E. Cay, Esq,, Thomas B. Ryan/ Esq.., -
B. RIolB, Esq., John W. Sawher. Bsa,.,
Captain L. M. Coxetter, Alex. Melchers.Esq.,
John Kenny, Esq., , E. Hnchet, Esq.,
Heirry Daly. Esq., D'.-O'Neill, Beq.,
Michael Gannon, Esq., Bernard Boy*, Esq., -
P. J. Baroot, Esq.. Richard Hogan. Esq.,- -
F. L.Quaekenbush, Esq.,E. Fonrgeand, Baq.,
Wm. Byrne, Esq., John Burk, Eaq.,
Angelo Canale, Eaq., Daniel Driscoll, Esq., j
Charlea. Lltschgl, Esq^ F. Q.McQugh. Eaq,
Joseph Dothage, EBO., P. Buchhelt, Esq.,
James Quale. Es<f., John Boras, Eaq.,
Louis J. Barbot, Esq., J. M. Touhey, Esq., i
P. Brady-, Esq., * P..Lee, E3q.
Thomas S. O'Brien, John Dougherty, Jr. * j
E. F. Sweegan, . Frank Green,
I). A. J. sum van, James Owens,
F. L. O'Neill, Lawrence"oantwell,
Edward Daly. T. A. Beamish,
J. v. McNamee, Hugh Oreen,
Thos. E. Hogan, G. A. Bellin,
John M. Baker, James A. Lafitte,
Capt. J. Armstrong, Jr., W. P. Foll in,
simon Fogarty, Antoine Ri?le, . ?
C. J. Laurev, C.J. Garety,
J. A. Moroso, Albert Marlon, ?
j. Boyd. Emile V st. Amand,
Thomas M. O'Neiir, E. J: Foll?n,
Paul B. Lalane, " Andrew M. Northrop,
H. S. Ball, ? - KugAiie v. st. Amand, ?
Henry J. O'NeuU, J? J> BucUhelt,
C. O. Trombo. - E. F.1 Schichte,
John E. Burns, James J. Grace,
John Gannon, S. F. LaroMseUer?,
Edward Lee, . John Kerrigan,
P. H. Cantwell, WMHam Flynn,
F. J. McGarey, Thomaa Moore.
George C. Black, P- L. Dnfl?,
David Lyons. George Bell,
John F. O'Mara. John McMaans,
T. i, Oarety.
This Fair will be open each dag from 12 M.
until 2 P. M., and from 5 P. M. until ll P. M.
Servants accompanying white children will be
admitted durlug the day, bpt ali servants wai be
excluded after 7 P. M.
The price of Tickets will be as follows :
Season Tickets......$1 Ott
Family Season Tickets. 2 OG
Single Tickets. 28
Servants in oharge.of ohildren. 10
BERNARD O'NEILL, Chairman. '
THOMAS O'BRIEN, Secretary.
apr22 M. W. ST. AMAND, Treasurer. !
CADEMY OF H US IO.
MR. MAX STRAK080R-bas the ho sot to an?
nounce " .
THE FIRST AND ONLY APPEAR IN CES IN
MLLE. CHRISTINA NILSSON,
In Two Grand Concerts -
AT THE ACADEMY OF MU8I0,.
On SATURDAY and MONDAY, April 23 and 24,-lt-Tf
Mlle. CHRISTINA NILSSON will be assisted by
Mlas ANNA LOUISE CARY,
Contralto. Her first appearance here.
Signor BR1GNOLT*. - - . .
The Popular Tenor.
Baritone. His first appearance here.
Mr. HENRY VH3UHTEMPS. 1
The World Renowned Violinist:
Musical Director.Signor B080NI.1
? General Admission, TWO DELLARS. Reserved
Seats, $1 and $2 extra, according to location.
Admission to Family Carole, $L Boxes $20 and,
The sale of seats commences on THURSDAY,
April 30th, at 9 A. M., a.t th* BoxAMce.
Steinway's Pianos are ttsed atari, the Nilsson
Drage, (Eljeraicals, S?i.
rJTHE UNIVERSITY MEDICINES, ~
' PREPARED iv ?SK
NEW YORE M?DICAL UNIVEBSITT.
CO M PO TOD FLUID EXTRACT OF CANCER
PLANT-Price f 2
Cough Llnotus- Price gt
Di:antimi Extract, tor Boilepay, St. Vitus' Dar.oe,
Spinal and Brain A tractions-Price $2
Catarrti Specific-Price &2
Hydrated Ox?mel, for Consumption. Bronchitis,
Whooping Cough. Ac-Price $2
Pile Extract-a never tailing Pile cure-Price 22.
May Apple Pius, for Dyspepsia, Torpidity of the
Liver Constipation, Ac-Prloe 80 Cent?
Headache Pilla- rrice 80 eeau
Alkaline Resolvent-an iodised chemical water
superior to Vichy, Kissingen, seltzer, Ac
Five Minute Pain Curer-Price $1
Chemical Healing, Blood and Bone Ointment
Ethereal l'hosnhorus-Price $3
Lithla-for tue KWnevs-Price $8
Ka alp i Extract-the woman's friend-Price $3
Victoria Regia-unrivalled for beautifying thc
Amaranth-for the Hair-stops railing hair-Price
*A . '
Neuralgia-Rheumatic Elixir-Price ?2
Fever and Ague Globules-Price ii per box.
For sate bv DB. H. BAER,
april Nc 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
THE' SOUTH- CAROLINA LAND AND
The undersigned have entered Into an associa?
tion for the purpose or introducing IMMIGRANTS
INTO SOUTH CAROLINA, and producing homes
tor the same.
They propose to establish Agencies tn the prin?
cipal citlea or Europe, and in the North and the
Northwest, and assist Immigrants in coming tc
our State where they have homes provided, and
aid them In becoming permanent settlers upon
They reqnefct their friends throughout the State
-to place such of their Lands and Real Estate at
their disposal as will make suitable homes for Im?
migrants at tue lowest credit prices, say for a pe?
riod of five years, which the undersigned will un?
tertaketo advertise and-aelt, charging the own?
ers a reasonable oommissto-i ror the aale.
Circulars will be prepared and distributed ex?
plaining more In det all our plans.
CENTRAL OFFICE ACADEMY OF MU&IO,
Corner Kins and Market streets,
CHARUurroN. So. CA.
BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY A CO.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Mon. James Cliesnut,
Hon. J. P. Carroll, Gea. Jno. S. Treeton,
Hon. B. F. Perry. Gov. A. Q Magrath,
Gov. M. L. Bonham, Bon. W. D. Simpson,
Gen. Johnson Hatrood, Andrew Slmonda. Eaq..
Hon. Ar mislead Emt, Hon. Geo. A. TroaOolm,
Hon. J. B. Campbell, i_ Gov. Juo. L. Manning,
manlft-tmo .' ? 1
Setnspapers, itlaqaunee, &c %
FOR APRIL NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Pnce-For single number.2fi cents
Per annum.12 00
For aale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, "
Publishers. No. 3 Braid street. " '
AND BT BOOKSELLERS K VERVWHfrRS,
?t-OW P %A Sj
BM bj&fcels COW PBA? For sale br Jfc
1 S ~ y HEATH 4 RICE,
gggfc V^^-^' NO. 8 Harne street.
gpGAB AND MOLASSES.
2_fj_ads. Prime to OtCtce DEMEB ARASUGARS
direct rr?m Demorar a.
2n ania. Prtme Musocrt^bo MOLASSES
200 barreis Prime Muscovado Molasses.
For ;iale by " ' W. P. HALL,
apttl-fi Bream ft Oo.'s wharf.
L 0 0
K 0 UTI
POR TIUI ?IONS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
. ? ' AMD CAROLINA TEA AGB SOT.
?- ' ...i ? "... ? -I0.1 T .:. ?v
#eW ARBiVSD AT
L-l NI BI'S C H BA P 6 T 0 S ? ,
. No. SM King-street,
A nev Sonny ef that famons DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot of ?hat-very superior YOUNG
HYSON TEA, which delights au Tea connolasears
who have ever tried lt, an? which I cell at the low
price of tl ?fl per pou nd.. This Tea ia guaran teed,
and I am wining to re fand the money to any pur
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot of CJ.KNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES!
AND FISH, of th? most approved brands, which
will be sold at low prices.
A general assortment "or Groceries, atredaeed
.fices. . .
Roasted aad Groaad Rio, Laguayra and Java
Coffees, fresh every day. The, roasting ls done
opon the premise., nuder my personal super
vision. Quality an. kinds gearanteed-. .
? FRENOS CHINAi FRENCH CHINA !
Tea Sets ot piala French calna, 44 piefin, for tu
Tea Sets, gold band French Calna, 44 pieces, for
A large assortment or French China for table
nie. Also, Fancy Ohma Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tete-a Tete Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tlaware, Hard
ware, Woodenware, Baskets, Looting Glasses,
and a general assortment or House Furnishing
Goods-sold twenty-five per cent., cheaper than
.pedal attention paid tocountry orders,accom?
panied with oash.
All Inquiries by letter promptly answered. .
Na charge for packing or delivering to any part
of the city.
maria-lyr_JOHN W. LINLEY.
QOEN! COEN! COEN!
10,000 bushels Prime CORN, la store and for
sale by T. J. KERR ft CO.
QI GABS! CIGARS! .
. Large etoek or Good, Free SMOKING CIGARS,
constantly on hat id, and for side at $16 per thous?
J. MADSEN'S CIGAR MANUFACTORY,
- : Ko. W Meeting street,
" aprS-lmo . Opportte Charl-toa HoteL
Nov on hand the flowing brands of CHAM?
PAGNES, at -REDUCED PRICES, by the basset,
case or bottle : >
Piper A Co.'a HBIDSIEOK
Ohsa. Heldatecfe'a-.GREEN SEAL *
?. E. Olioquot'a PONSHRDIN
Mumm's VERZENAT and PRIVATE STOCK
Renderer's DRY SILLERY
G. H. -liumm'B DRY VERZBMAY
Boach?, Fils A Co.'s BRANDS
CARTE BLANCHE/ . 3i . .
: E. h. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
janll J No. ?7S King street.
PARK LING MOSELLE
SPAR KLING CATAWBA
fa 00 HST MER
LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
. CREME HE ROSE
E. E. BEDFORD,
.anli No. 274 Kins street.
REMEN LA GER BEER
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. 2Tft Ring street'
EAS!' TEAS! T E A^5 !
PURE TEAS ONLY !
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE FINE
From 7? centi to $170 per pound, being about
26 cents per pound below other Dealers.
Consumers dashing FINE TEAS would do well
to try those sold at
iud you will ate no other kind.
We bay TEA'S in large quantities from first
rands, (avoiding Tea Companies of all kinda;)
therefore buyirg at a small advance on first cost,
and woaid advise consumers to bay no Tea La
For PURE TEAS, go to
WILSO JCS GROCERY, .
Anson abd Society streets.
ST All Goods delivered free. No charge for
Country Orders promptly attended to, ail*
Box No. 383, Charleston, \ C.
j$_r No charge for packing or de. i vertag Goods.
WINES AND LIQUORS AT REDUCED
WHI8KEY from $1 so per trallon sad ap-ards.
Od North Carotina Cora Wnidkey $2 per guion.
Port. Sherry, Madeira and Uaret Wlue* from
$1 to pe gauoa sad upwards.
French aod D ?uiescio Brandies at reduced pri?es.
AU of the above ar ? procured directly rr ?a toe
Imporers and Distillera thereby sa vi ag all inter?
mediare nroitu, aad lasartag a good ar-ioie, ead
are warraared of good quaUr.y. fine flavor, pare
and unadulterated, evea the lowest grad :s oeisg
guaranteed strictly pure. Pemo . ia 'leed of
each goods ror medicinal or other purposes oaa
depend opon getting a scrietly pore ameie at an
extremely low price from _ ^
S. W. comer Meeting and Marka streets.
_gf Qoii ts jahvergd free of ?nanr?. anni
Pianos, <8>rgang, &%.
HARLES ET . MoC LE N AH A N7
Mo. 191 KING STREET,
im i? rte r and Dealer lu
PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS,'SHEET MUSJO,
STRINGS, Ac, Ac.
SST Toning and Jtoparrlig promptly attended
to by HENRY YO#MG.- - mt* WMijm