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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A 00..
No. 140 East Bay, Charlesron, S.C.
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1871.
If BWS OB THB DAT.
-The Kentucky Democratic State Conven?
tion has nominated the Hon. P. H. Leslie as a
C andidate for Governor.
-There was but slight hopes of the recovery
Of Mr. Corcoran, in Washington, yesterday.
-Gold closed In New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed strong at 15?c., with sales of
6 031 biles.
-The laborers on the Erie Canal break made
a disorderly strike yesterday. Troops have
b cen sent to suppress them.
-Ex-Governor Manley, of North Carolina,
died at Raleigh, in that State, on Monday, aged
-William Henry Harrison Holden, brother
of ex-Governor Holden, has been elected mayor
of Raleigh, N. C., by the Democrats.
-The Berllnese are hoping that the German
ansj will make its entry into Berlin in May or
Juue, Instead ot August.
-The Catholics ol Canton, in China, are
building a vast cathedral in that city, which is
at once a marked feature of the landscape and
a sigu of the times.
-Mr. J. D. Barrow, a New York artist, we
learn from the Evening Post, has upon bis
easel a view of the country home of Mr. Rich?
ard Lathers, near New Rochelle, N. Y.
-The New. York Herald of Monday says :
Laura Keene returned to this city on April
27, with her company. The travelling tour
was a great failure. Nearly all her company
came home without receiving their full salary.
-The Washington Chronicle of Tuesday says:
"Seuator Sawyer will not return to South Caro?
lina until aller the adjournment of-Hhe special
session of the Senate. He left last evening on
a brief visit t~ New York.
-Two American ladies, accompanied by a
near male relative, recently made the over?
land trip by sledges from the Okhotsh Sea
across Siberia to St. Petersburg, a distance of
-The brain, according to Liebig, is altered
chemically by every atom of opium taken into
the stomach, and a new train of vital actions
must follow this change in chemical composi?
tion and minute organization.
-It is stated that when signing the d??l
cieucy bijl, the President announced his great
regret at being compelled to approve of the
appropriation for the Sisters' Hospital in
South Carolina, stating that he wen id .-ave
vetoed it but for the sake of the other Items;
-Ex-President Andrew Johnson is to come
beiore the public once more as an orator,
having'been chosen by and consenting to de?
liver an address on -'Mechanical Skill and In?
dustry," before a mechanics' fair In Nashville,
on the last Saturday in May.
-At the annual meeting o? the cotton buy?
ers and brokera of Memphis, a motion was
adopted by which a committee of three was
appointed to take measures that will basten
the assimilation ot-cotton samples or .types
throughout the Uuion.
-In comparing simple with compound In?
terest, it is found tuai money will double itself
through the former medium tn 14.J years, by
calculating it at seven per cent., but com?
pounded at the same rate the same amount
will be doubled in 10j years.
-Developments indicate that the working?;
o? tho International Association of Working?
men of Europe are cos'.rolled iu Londou,
where the federal council ts. and il ls
shrewdly surmised that the existing Paris
Communal movement is directed Irom the
. -Count Moltke, with an eye to military
business, bas given uotice to the French Gov?
ernment tba. he will have all the French oc?
cupied provinces _ -titled with a line ol' Iori id?
eations, to guarantee against all attack, until
the Indemnity ls tully paid, and a regular gov?
ernment firmly established in France.
-The Paris woiueu whose husbands aro in
the ranks are denouncing to the authorities
those Who have secreted themselves at home
to shirk duly. The wives ot the latter naturally
take up the quarrel, aud the faubourg was
lately the sceue of a most ludicrous hair-pulling
fight between the two factions.
-Geueial Voa der Tanti, the Bavarian
General who? was promineift with his corps
in the operations against the Ffeuch army of
the Loire, has turned up as furnishing the iu
lormatlon that the Pari3 Coiu'uiuie jtl'ered to
him, personally. 2.000,000 fraucsii he would de
1 iver to them Fort Cbarenton.
-Ladles who have been ruining their Iront
hair by cultiug it short, aud criiuplug lt ure in
a state ol' terrible agitation over the dreadiut
rumors concerning next summer's style ot
coiffure. It is said, and with a snow of au?
thority, thal the mode of wearing the hair is
to be on the Greek model, the trout hair drawu
back and all twisted into a loose knot at the
back of the head.
-A letter from George T. Downing, the
well known colored oysterniau, and long?
time Congressional caterer, is printed iu the
New York Herald, wtiich aptly terms it a '-Bi
vaivalur Boomarang." It shrewdly exposes
the hollowness of the Radical professions re?
garding the colored men, for whom, Mr. Down?
ing says, it Ls paiutully evideut lhere .s a lack
of due respect on the part of the Republican
-There are so mauy contradictory report s
regarding the possible action of Hie Prussians
in connection wiih the French civil war, Ibm
it is diilicult to decide what course they will
pursue, an otlicer of the Prussian stall', at
St. D.-uls, suites, however, that Prussia will
not allow ihe Commune lo enjoy its triumph, !
eveu siioidd it, gaiu a victory. The day of J
its success will be marked by loreign interven?
tion, the obji-ct of which will be Hie re-estab?
lishment of a stable govt ruinent.
-A practical sLep iu the direction of tho
universal republic, democratic and social, has
been taken in Paris. A commission hat; been
instituted to examine into the condition of tre
factories and workshops of that city, abandon?
ed by their owners, and to report upon the
measures necessary tbr their re-establishment
In working order under the auspices ul nie co?
operative workingmen j socicii a. A jury is
abro to be formed whose duty it will be to set?
tle with the masters the terms af cession ot the
factories lo the worklogmen's societies, and
also the amount of indemnity whn-h is to be
-A Washington dispatch, of Tuesday, to the
New York Evening Post, says : ""There is con?
siderable activity in political circles io-day, in |
consequence ot the expressed iuieuuon of j
Generals Butler aud Banks lo oppose, wiib all
the vigor they command, thu ratification of j
the treaty which the President will send to
Senate embodying the conclusions reachei
the joint high commissioners. Both gei
men are dissatisfied with the result reachei
the fishery and Alabama claims questions,
lleving that the concessions made by the 1
tea States are too great anc' not for the
interests of this, country. The fact that I
intend to oppose the acceptance of the tr
causes much comment in Administration
The Wetting of Taxpayers.
We hope that the meeting of the taxi
era of Charleston County, called to ass
ble in Hibernian Hall, at noon to-day,
be very fully attended. Business should
be allowed to keep any solid citizen av
The purpose of the meeting-to choo3e
delegates to represent Charleston Count;
the Convention at Columbia, oe Tues
next-rf one that concerns us ail; and
taxpayers, without regard to party, she
make it a point to be present. At the si
time, it should be remembered that none
taxpayers are Invited.
Radicalism everywhere, and in all thit
has a tendency, in its la3t analysis, to
into contradictions at once monstrous
absurd. To point the moral ot" this as
tion, by attempting to specify a tithe of
multitudinous proofs, would be to exh?
more than the space at our command,
. more patience than the average reader ]
sessea. We propose, however, to fan
some striking exemplifications abroad am
At this raomeDt in unhappy France tt
is a word of fatal significance which the e
trie telegraph baa rendered a household,
con-and that word is "Commune." It tj
lies, so- to speak, a Radicalism purely G?
ciao, and claims to be founded upon
rights of man. ? Like all decided monstr
tics, it is harder to reconcile with itself tl
anything else. Its cardinal doctrines
very fine upon paper; but its overt acts
iu flagrant violation of its dogma. 1
Commune protests against a standing an
But the very first thing the Commune rai
was a standing army. The Commune ho
that conscription ?3 one of the worst
crimes against the citizen. But the Cc
mune has been swift in adopting this vi
crime and merciless in exacting its rigdn
fulfilment. The Commune sounds vocif
ously the praises of a free press. But I
Commune has taken by the throat every i
dacious journalist who spoke ever so mill
in contravention of schemes of rapine a
outrage. The Commune i3 directed agaii
the union of Church and State: But t
church, innocent of partnership in the s
gression-of the State, has been warred upc
its holy editices pillaged, its priests slain
mutilated, and its chief prelate compelle
during passion week, to travesty the sufi?
ings of the Redeemer of mankind. TheCoi
mune proclaims a universal peace. But t
Commune hus no existence, save in riot ai
death, while its red flag never waves whe
the tri color has flown, and its folds ha
been dyed, not tn the gore of the Prussia
but in the blood of Frenchmen. The Coi
mune believes in universal equality. B
the Commune is ruled by men more imper
tive than Napoleon. The Commune ordai
that the levelling principle shall be applii
to properly. But the Commune, when It hi
its way, gorges itself upon stolen goods ar
grows bloated with pride and spoils by be;
guriug the rich. The Commune, ita a ?rori
is grand only in pretence and theory, ar
monstrous in its deeds. The honest seul
ment of the world is conclusive against i
and nothing causea outsiders to reprobai
and louth it more than the shocking discrej
ancy which exists between its preaching un
Il is a wonderful..fact that nowhere in tl
realm of journalism is this Commune so liol
up to popular execration as in the collum
of the Radical press of the United Stale:
We say this is a wonderful fuel; for win
tile Commune is to Puris, in a small decree
the Radical party is to Hie United Slates i
a vast degree. We hold that the sins of th
Commune abroad are trifling peccudilloe
compared with the crime? of our Americal
Commune; and that the French paradox i
rather venial in its way when laid alongsid
of ils bulky Yankee congener. We conies
that when we approach ihe demonstration c
this statement we ure aghast at the magul
tude of the labor, ibu embarrassing rich'ues
of the material, and the proofs that could I*
piled mouiituiu-higb to dwarf the mole-hil
of Iiianqui's insignificant Commune. Wowil
not dwell upon a war for u Union tvhicl
.etuis iu Hie i treat disunion, and a struggli
for a constitution which eventuates in tin
worse than overthrow of that sacred ?nairn
meut-since lao sword has found its way tl
the bowels of both Union and Constitution
We will not particularly pause upon a ciia
lion of every horrible atrocity perpetrated ir
the names of Union and Constitution by tin
murderers of both. We may omit even tc
specially brand wiih infamy the policy of ?
party which, in the name of universal ?man?
cipation, makes lords of ignorant, servile and
inferior negroes, in order to browbeat, hu?
miliate, impoverish and enslave their own
white brethren. Even the application of tho
tesl of judging a people whose God is a mon?
key, may not lie carried to the l?gitimait
parallel of condemning a doniinnut ruction
whose hero is a Grunt and whose divinity is
a Butler-the inevitable sequences, perhaps,
of the Darwinian exegesis. All "these ru oat
be sketched, but need not, ai lids lime, be
elaborately discussed. To narrow the sob?
jvet down to the daily-paper point, let us take
Mr. Senator Sumner as an exponent of the
belter class and less knavish Radicalism;
and measured by luis standard, let us see
how much U ss odious is ihe local Commune
of Paris than the Commune of the United
States, which, banyan-like, covers an area
thal makes Paris look like a wart. To re?
capitulate all the Incongruities ol Mr. Sum?
ner would consume too much time and prin?
ter's ink. We need not go back to the time
when tic swore to otiserve ihe constitution
"wiih menial reservation;" or even to the
day when Iiis separated spouse is said lo
have expressed regrets thai the cane of Pres?
ton Brooks was not made of stronger male
rial. We f<- bear to Hil the dismal void which
lies between the exirt-mes above mention?
ed-the extremes of constructive perjury and
abe 'lute luck o? trow ui:iuuood. We will re?
gard him iiom the recent period which mark-1
ed the delivery of bis notorious attack upon
President-General Grant's Santo Domingo
jobbery. That Mr. Sumner justly arraigned
the President, ?o far as jobbery was con?
cerned, may be true} but it is equally true
that the crazy and splendiferous rubbish was
well calculated, in some respects, to invite
"the reign of loafers, blackguards and vis
"ionaries.'" In that San Domingo speech
Senator Sumner begged ever so sesquipeda
lianly that the election about to occur tn
that mongrel island should be absolutely
free. He likewise collaterally denounced
the presence of soldiei'3 at the polls. The
burden of that speech was, in brief, in
its better aspects, a ponderous protest
against usurpation of power on the part of
the President, so far as it touched the case
of a horde of negroes and mulattoes in a for?
eign island. So much was Ihe bile of Sum?
ner stirred that he did not hesitate to apply
to the Executive a nick-name which must
have been a galling insult, viz: "The head of
"the San Domingo Ku-Klux!" But after Mr.
Sumner's beautiful theories in behalf of alien
negroes were expended, how did he imme?
diately afterward act when his own white
countrymen were at. the bar of the Senate?
He acted as Radicalism ever acts when the
visionary fanatic is beset by the plunderer
and the knave, who have risen upon the
revolutionary wave to the solid land of domi?
nance and empire. Mr. Sumner excoriated
the Force Bill when it threatened an island
in tbe Caribbean Sea tenanted by a rabble of
blacks. But Mr. Sumner praised a Force Bill?
a thousand-fold worse, which menaced the
happiness, the honor, the lives, the property
and liberties of the people of the United States,
North as well as South. Mr. Sumner lashed
the President-General for a feeble usurpation
of power, in the one case; but Mr. Sumner
was eager to confer unlimited despotic
authority on tho same dangerous man,
iu the other ca3e. Mr. Sumner deemed it a
horrible atrocity that'our war ships stiould
even hint at battering down a few negro
shanties; but .Afr. Sumner actually exults in
demolishing the organic law and civic free?
dom in America. Mr. Sumner fairly howls
at disturbing the purity of the ballot in San
Domingo; but Mr. Summer deliberately
clothes our "smoky Caesar" with power to
re-elect himself military as well as civic dic?
tator, by the utter suppression of the popu?
lar will Mr. Sumner bleeds at every pore
when the presence of armed mercenaries is
possible at the polling booths of San Domin?
go; but Mr. Sumner would make every vo?
ting precinct in this so-called Republic a
fence of bayonets. Mr. Sumner deemed
Grant the "head of San Domingo Ku-Klux,"
and, a3 such, believed him fit for the halter;
but Mr. Sumner has helped constitute this
very man a very grand Cycbps against the
lives and liberties of millions of his country?
men, and as such pronounces him worthy of
a diadem. Verily, the "colossus of igno?
rance," clad in mail, has triumphed im?
measurably over the "colossus of gas," girt
about with frothy verbiage, self-conceit and
If this is a picture of Mr. Sumner, a frag
meut of Radicalism, how can Radicalism in
its entirety be ever portrayed in all its terri?
ble deformity ?
Is the American Commune, then, any bet?
ter or more consistent than the French mons?
trosity ? Is it not incalculably more horrible ?
If the French Commune is justly warred
upon, what is there in the American mon?
ster which saves it from assault? In France,
circumstances made it necessary that blood
should flow. No such necessity, thank
God, is found in America. There must be
war iudeed upon our Commune, but it must
bea war of public opinion at the ballot-box.
The freeborn citizens of this country are not
yet ready for chains and slavery. lu spite
of the Radical party and its Ku-Klux bill, our
liberty can be regained. By the peaceful
mei hod of the ballot must we conquer at
last; for, to quote the words of a true phi?
losopher and patriot, "let enthusiasts say
"what they will, however fondly we may
"chenab our ideals of freedom, we must yet
"bear in mind the wholesome, wholesale
"truth of history, that DO actual liberty is
'reached hy the dagger, ur by massacre, or
is founded on bad blood or bad.faith.*'
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DISTRICT OF fcOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter
of JOSEPH L. STEVENS, Bankrupt.-In Bank?
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Assignee of JOSEPH L. STEVENS, of St. John's
Parish, in the County of Charleston and State of
South Carolina, within said district, who has
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Dated at Charleston this 4th day of May, A. D.
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Leoni lue, Opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
^iiigs, Diamond Rings; Gt tit's Pins. Pearl ami
Diamond; Pialn Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made io order; sleeve Battons ami
<tnils. Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlet
! and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures. Locken, charm-, ant! Mason:'
I'ins. Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 K?SU STREET
A few doors above Wentworth street.
g ALL, BLACK <fc CO.,
Nos. 5C5 and 567 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods ore pronounced superior in beauty
or finish, and greater lu variety or pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LA ItO K STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAN D.
t^lK JAMES CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS.
These PILLS have long been used both in Great
Britain aud this country, and ate the best ol their
kind In tue market.
Forsale by DR. H BAKR,
spi-22 No. 131 Meeting street.
THE REG?T^R^rYEEKLT MEETING
.or Marion Lodge, No. 2, L o. O. F...will be
held THIS EVKNING, ac 8 o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall. Members will please attend. Candidates
are reqaested to be punctual.
ROBT. 0. STARR,
maye_. Recording Secretary.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE. No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly communica
i lou or tUis Lodge will be Held THIS Brsxcxa. at
8 o'clock. The IC. A. negree will bc conferred.
Brethren and Candidates will take dne notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
By order or thc Worshprul MaRter.
mays CL ARENCE WAGNER, Secretary.
AMEETING OF THE COMMITTEES
rrom the White Fire Companies or the De?
partment will be held THIS EVENING, at -Phoenix
Hall, ac hair-past 8 o'clock. A full attendance ls
requested, as business of importance will bc sub?
By order of the Chairman.
mays_THADDEUS STREET, Secretary.
AMEETING OF THE TAXPAYERS OF
the County or Charleston ls requested THIS
DAT, the 5th Instant, at 12 M., at the Hibernian
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of your Company, at your Hall, THIS (Friday)
EVENISO, at 8 o'clock.
By order. GEORGE A. CALDER,
LOTHOLDERS MAGNOLIA CEMETE?
RY.-The Annual Meeting or the Lo-holders
or Magnolia Cemetery will be held In che Hall or
the Mouth' Carolina ?Loan and Trust Company,
Broad street, on MONDAY, 8th Instant, at i o'clock
P. M. W. 'J. BEE,
mayj-3_Chairman Board or Trnatoas
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders In the chcraw and Salisbury
railroad Company will be held at Florence, s. C.,
on WEDNESOAT, the 10th dav or May ensuing, at
12 o'clock, M. JEROME P. CHASE,
apr2T-th2ml, Secretary and Treasurer.
WANTED TO RE?? A GO?D PIANOT
at a moderate rate. Address, with terms,
THE NEWS office._._m?y5-l*
WANTED, A COMPETENT TEACH KR
to take charge o a School in the country.
Compensation lib-ral. Apply at No. 6 --raith
street, between the hours or 4 and 7. mavs-l*
WASTED, A LARGE LOOKING
GLASS, rrom three tn Ave leer, long. Also,
a CENTRE TABLE. Apply at this ottjee.
W~ ANTED IN A DRUG STORE. A LAD.
One acquainted with the business pre
rerred Address Box No. 443, Charleston POHIO?
flce, giving reference._H'av3
AYOITNG LADY IN THE COUNTRY
wishes a situation as Compalilon or House?
keeper In the city or country. For terms, and
other particulars, address "B," DAILY NEWS
Office. - apr28
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas
anilv situated dwelling, containing not less than
four square moms. The western part of the city,
or the neighborhood of thc Battery prererred. Ad?
dress, stating location and lowest rect, '-Teuant."
orflce of THE NEWS. arris
sale at CHRISTOPHER'S Stables, No. 500
King street._m av 5-1*
JUST RECEIVED, A LOT OF FINE
CANARY BIRDS, all singers. For sale by
A. BCER?. No. 82 Market street._maya 2*
BAKERY FOR SALE.-A BREAD, PIE
AND CAKE BAKERY, situated*on one of the
pi lucina! streets of avaunah, with a good store
trude and lari:e wagon route, for sale cheap If ap?
plied for beroro the 15th instant. Rent of prem?
ises*^ per month. Satisfactory reason given
roi- selling. Address Bakery, Savannah, Ga.
F~~ OE SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA-'
CUINKS, or good quality, which are offered
heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting and Chuiv.h siroeu. _M>1 j
AGOOD SECOND-HAND TYLtR 0 <T
TON COMl*RE>S, nearly complete. Mr sale
by the wilmingionand Weldon Railroad Compa?
ny, at $1600. ne irly ns good os uew. Apply to S.
L. FREMONT, Engineeraudsuperintendent,
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND*
BOOKBIND Kits.-A Rugirles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for c ish. Is nearly
new. cuts 28 Incites, aun has ait extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
Kfiws Job ouiee. raar&t
test ana fenuo.
LOST. AUS THE 18TH, V BUCKSKIN
POUCH, with Thirty Dollars and some
eeo ts, between Trodd and Klug str- ets, via
Friend, Archdale and Keaufain. Finder will bo
reweded on delivery at No. 114 'fradd, corner
Logan streets. apr20
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE. No. os Smith street*. Possas-loii
given immediately. Apply at No. u Liberty s feet,
TO RENT, SEVlsRAL ROOMS. FUW
N It* 11 KD or 'Jiifurni-ihed. convent ntty situ,
ai d, with d.ie piazza; alua an excellent office
I,oom. Meeting Street, two iluor> above Calhoun.
TO RENT. ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a Bakery, Store and Dwelling, all mi same tot,
Cunvei lent to landing. Apply at this office.
T: I RENT, THE SM VLL STOKE No 415
Klint stree', luqture Mt F. E. WlNDII Kill's,
K -ig next d "ir of ce -rg- -treet. muy . ::*
T) RF NT, A CO.YIFOK.TABI,!-: HO' SK,
No. 2is coming street, containing f?mr
looms. With gas. uoi 1 cistern and yard; a.-o,
Uower garden. F ir terms, apply to WM. ll.
D iWSON, Real E-iate Agent, No. 65 Bioad street,
TO BENI, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town or Anderson, s. c.-a beautiful
Codage, containing six rooms, par.lally rurniMied.
Thcgiideu ls in a high slate of cultivation, and
the surroundings dil mat can be desired for sam
mer comfort and pleasure. Prom Mav to October
there ls not. a more agrceab s lueallty In south
Car. lina. Apply to F. c. Du FONTAINE, at tb.?
Mdls llnu.se, or to M.. Box 10J, Audernoii, S. ti.
iUisDOlntion? bf CoHtirtiu'ralnp.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Thc erm or - HARLES C. RIUII EH & CO.
ls lins day dissolve-1 by mutual Consent, lue
liquidation of their affairs will be conducted by
CHARLES C. RICHTER, who will continue thc
business on his own account.
CH l RLES C. RICHTER,
WILLIAM H. LOCKWOOD.
Charleston, April 29, 187L iuaya-3
MESSRS. I. HYMAN & CO. HAVE RE
MOVED from No. ll Ha> no street to No. 31
Il Air NE S BEET._ma,v4-:i?
RE MO VAL.-I nAVE REMOVED .V1Y
Offiofl from the corner of south Atta: tlc
rt nan mid Exchunce street to the OFFICE OF
A I'IJAN I IC WHARVES.
.\T.\.D \ME LUZIBH, PARISI AN DUtoSS
1UL M'.KKK, has removed io No. 233 KINO
sl'i.KKT, cast side, between Market and Kusel
V?TICE.-T H E "EQUITABLE LIFE
?.1 ASSURANCESOOIETY,"of Ne- Yuri:, h.ive
?eiuovcil rrom No. if. Meeting stree- to th-'ir
itsw oillce, No. 2D BROAD STREET.
W.u. I!. S H.VIV,
fi bi3 emeral Anent.
?nmu?r, Suet, &z.
u I JTD E R" S ^T?TF OT,
NO. 94 CHURCH STREET.
. TIIKEE Dooits NORTH OP BKOAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIME SLATES LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR
CEMENT TILE GRAVEL
CH1MNEYT0PS SEW?RP1PE OARDEN VASES
Ac. - Ac. 4e.
Now landing, a cargo or very superior LIME.
Tor sale low.
Country orders carefully and promntlv ?lde-l.
P.D. Box 374 8. ti. 0 RI MK ti.
^HAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and ai
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Bait er,
Broad street, nett door to Telegraph office.
J^I^D E ji T^IT^AXT^TQT.
. Retain of tue CatrleBtan Favorites, the brilliant
CHAPMAN* SISTEHB; the Eminent Comedian, 0. B.
BISHOP and their new and talented Company,
with Messrs. COO"*SR & FIELDS, celebrated Terp
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, May 6tb, 1871,
Will be presented TWO GREAT PLAYS.
Sterling Coyne's Admirable Comedy, In Three
EVERYBODY'S FRIEND !
And the Laughable Burlesque,
LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD \.
OR, THE IDLE APPRENTICE!
SATURDAY-GRAND FAMILY MATINEE, at
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle $1.
No extra charge for reserved seats. Box office
open for sale of secured seats, Wednesday, May
3d, at 9 o'clock, for any evening danag the en?
gagement. Doors opea qnarter-past 7. Ourtain
rises at 8 o'clock._mays
QRAND AMATEUR CONCERT
FOR TBS BEyBPrr OF
8T. JOHN'S LUTHERAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL,
TO TAXE PLACE
TUESDAY, MAT 9
/jfypfogramme later In the week. ' mays*
?JATHOLIC SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC,
A PICNIC of the Sunday-Schools of all the Cath?
olic Parishes In the city will be given at the
Schutzenplatz, on TUESDAY next, the 9th instant.
Cars will leave the Ann street Depot at 8.30 A. M.,
and the Schutzenplatz, on their return, at 6.30
Tickets can be procured from the. Pastors of the
different Churches, from the members of the com?
mittee, and at the Depot on the morning of the
Picnic. . may3wl2
?roceries, Ciqucrrs, &t.
Receiving on commission by each steamer
from the North, through S. A. Lambert, and now
Fresh lots of Choice Old and Oholce New MAY
BUTTER, for Inspection to the trade.
rnay2 No. 20? East Bay.
JJATHORS SPRINGS WATER
Bo?n & Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA'
Blnnlnger's Old London Dock Gin. Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Bramty; Fruits, in quart jars
Assorted French Fruits, in own juice, put up tn
glass sroppered docanters
French Pickles in fancy jars
India Carrie, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, lu glass pots
Queen's Olives. Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Ol), In flasks, and Bengal Cnutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Oo.
janli No. 275 Klntr street.
VTEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
i.1 CHEESE, AC.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im
ltatiou English Cheese. Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You g America Cheese, Eldam and
Sap sago Cheese. Extra Smoked T?ngnes and:
Breakfast Bacon Strips. Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Plc - led Ox Tongues.
Dutueld'3, American, Whestphalia, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
jami No. 276 King street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. ni> King street.
AGENER & MONSEES,
NOS. 16;l AND 165 E \ST BAY AND NOS, 2 AND 4
Have in Store and rccelvlug dally a large as?
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting ni part of :
BACON, HAMS. PORK. BEEF, MACKEREL. MO?
LASSES, FLOUR. SUGAR. LA >D. ?ALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE TEAS, AC, Ac.
WAGENER ft MONSEES
Continually have In sto ea lirge and well se?
lected assortin-ut of
SHIP G li-0 OERIES,
delivered free of cartage to vessels.
WAG EM ER A MONSEES.
Agents for lsodor. Bush A Co., St, Louis, Mo.,
SPARKLING GRAND DUO HESSE CATAWBA.
Als?, continually are supplied and have in score,
CHO'CE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE,
in sixty gallon casks and demijohns. These wines
are equal to auy Imported Wines lu every respect.
CLARET ON DRAUGHT AT $1 25 PER
OR 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. .
Bottle to be returned.
W. H. WELCH,
S. W. Horner Meeting and Market streets.
45"Ai: Goods delivered froe of charge. apr23
O O K OUT!
FOR THE SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST ARRIVED AT
LIN LEY'8 CHEAP STORE,
Nu. 3S8 King street,
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot ot that very superior YOUNG
UYaON TEA, walch delights ?iii rea couuo'sseurs
who have ever tried l\ and -.vU'di I se.I at. the low
price of ?I 50 per pound. This tea ls guaranteed,
au I lain willing to ie und the money to any pur
chaser'wno should bc dissatisfied.
A large lot of CANNED FK01T. VEGETABLES)
AND FISH, of the tn-ttt, approved brands, which
will :>e sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Lagnayra and Jara
Coffees, fresti every day. Tue rousting is done
upon the premises, auder my personal super?
vision. Quality und kinds guaranteed.
FREVCHCUINAI PRESCH CHINA I
TeaSets of pUlu French Chi ?IA, 44 pieces, tor $S
Tea Sets, gold band French China. 14 pieces, for
A large assortment of French UlUua for table
use. Also, Fancy China Goods, Vaxes, Cologne
Silts, Mutto Cups and Saaoers, Tete-? Tote SeLs.
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware. Hard?
ware, Wooden ware. Baskets, LooKlng Glii**o?.
unit a general anson mont of House Furnudiin*
Goods-sold iweuty-dvc per cent, oncftpcr thaw
Special attention :iald tooonntry onion*, accom?
panied with c-ish.
AH inquir?an by i?s tor promptly answered.
No charge lor picking or delivering to ?ny part
of the city.
marl6-lyr JOHN W. LUNLEY.
?rocerv?ir Conors, ?fcc.
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS,
No* 171-^EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
HAVE ON BAND, AND WEEKLY RECEmNO:
SHOULDERS, SIDES, STRIPS AND HAMS
Floor, Sugar, Coffee and Pork
Syrup, Molasses, Butter and Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring
Wicha fall and wen selected Stock of GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market rates.
?-COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. m
Also, always on hand, those good PATAPSCO
9. C. HAMS._' may?-fmw
Jj*! LOUR! FLOUR!
700 bbls. Fine, Extra and Family FLOUR.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
jgj ASTERN HAY! EASTERN HAY I
500 bales Prime EASTERN HAY.
For cale by J. A. ENSLOW ? CO., .
may6-l_-_No. 141 East Bay.
J^EW CROP CLAYED. MOLASSES.
loo hhds. \ Superior Sweet Bright New Oro?
.20 tierces J CLAYED MOLASSES.
F.w sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
mav2-tnwf3_No. Kl East Bay.
gUrER, EXTRA AND FAMILY FLOUR.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale super, Extra ani Family FLOURffir high
grades. , may2-6
WILSON'S GROCERY .
AT 306 KING STREET.
AT 406 KING STREET.
AT 306 KING STREET.
Q HARLES HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNES,
SILLERY AND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANDE A
co.-. Proprietor of the Chat. Leovllle and Brown
Cancenac Clarets. A fall assortment of che above
Wines for sale by all principal Gi ocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF A CO.
(Cigars, tobacco, &r.
QIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF, 4c.
Hie undersigned. Proprlecor of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPORIUM," No. 310 King
street., three doors sooth of Sucletv street, respect?
fully sraces to ene Smoking, c ewing andSnnf.
OtiK public, tuns he has concluded to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale ami Retail Consumers
of CIGARS, TOBACCO, .SNUFF. Ac, by disposing
of his Stock ac such prices as to secure as|large
and reliaole trade. An extensive and complete
as-ortm rnt of ull articles In his line of business ls
kept constantly pa hand, giving a facility of
tilling, without delay, all orders extended to hun,
accompanied with cash or draft on responsible
houses in che eley. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect Stock before trading else?
where. WM. SCHRODER,
Proprlecor of Emperor William Ci .ar Store.
A s Y'^nTfiTTTTT T H,
COMMISSION if ER CHANT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
nprlQ-mwflmo_ciiarU-ston, S. C.
JEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE, ?
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 182 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz. Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
Xu. 209 East Bay, Charleston - ? innu-tmos
JOSEPH w. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STO?t,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Tatet Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
1865J> J*FJBT:NEY & UA' 1871
PRODOCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. :o BARCLAY AND NO. 2^2 GREESWIOH STREETS,
Reserven of Green and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
ail kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our locution and facilities lor selling Fruits and
Vegetables aro unsurpassed la New York.
' ?rc'liars ami Marklug Plates sent free to Ship,
pera. All correspoudeuts and questions cheer?
RK KER KS CB.-C. .H. Lllleuthal, Tobacconist,
New York._ anrl4
gUMMER BOAB DINO.
Al K BK HOTEL. A ? KPN, 8. C
The people ?rf Clt?fles?Ofi *n?t vicinity are re?
spect! ?ny iuf??rmed i?< a'wp Horkiiwtiibe
open dnnng tnes>i?twer?^ i*?* rortlw reception
ni permanent sud irsn-t-i' tiif>K
rh*r*>nnnar*ta'ftfe MT? sid ?vii tarnished.
Home sud gwmnds w Hsh*?ie?i?
Th.i i sore* ^id ?v "nppiiit wno ali me dellca
Ciev <>t s?a?i?e.
ftrttt* very a?derar?.
Poi- farther r**-'fort ire a<idw?
OA^K A LOCXSBIRRT.
G<yrt Livm- sttsohe* ro the House. v .