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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON 4 CU..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
THURSDAY, MAY ll, 1671.
HEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed easier, but unchanged; up?
lands 15ic; sales 2331 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
TjaTJd; sales 10,000 bales.
-Large numbers ot Texan cattle are being
driven northward to market. Over 150,000
head are now on the hoot in different herds.
-New York last week received the cargo of
silkworm eggs worth $500,000,* which has been
ec route from Japan via California to Europe.
-The thirty-six English sparrows imported
at Richmond, Ya., in 1869, have multiplied so
much that they now, with their progeny,
number over 500.
-The supervisor of Georgia and Florida re?
ports the arrest of counterfeiters of Ave dollar
gold pieces, at Lake City, Fla., and their
-A verdict of $104.000, the full amount
claimed, was returned in New 1'ork the other
clay, for the government, against Cha?es L?
ienlhaf, tobacconist, charged with making
false returns of sales.
-A citizen ol'Ottawa, Canada, hus taken out
a patent for a new style ol' boat oars, by
which a man, when rowing in the usual man?
ner, faces the direction in which the boat is
-The "National Labor Convention" closed
at New York, on Mo. iday, aller speeches by
Mrs. Woodhull and a lot ol' other women, and
the adoption of a resolution calling on Gov?
ernors of States to take possession of railroads
as public property and ron them at cost.
-A Washington correspondent, in his- rem?
iniscences ot Provost Paradol, the ?ate French
Minister to this country, mentions that when
Paradol was graduated at college his address
was on suicide, which he defended on the
grounds held by the ancient Stoics.
-The proposition to uniform Federal office-1
holders 13 creating considerable comment.
A Western Democratic paper thus refers lo
thc subject : "Bids will soon be offered to
manufacturers o? brass collars to supply
enough equal to the Federal office-holders ia
the United states. Each collar will be marked
'C. S. G.:"
-Punch contains a spirited cartoon repre-,
seuting France in the person of a weeping |
female figure standing upon the auction block.
A Communist ot hideous mien, and pistol fn
hand, who serves as auctioneer, is calling out,
'.Allons donc .' What shall we say for this line
property ?" M. Thiers is sitting at a table in
the capacity of clerk, while Louis Napoleon,
Bismarck and the representatives of other
powers uro standing by as bidders.
-A curious and beautiful effect was pro?
duced by ono ot the icerinaking machines
built iateiy m Philadelphia. This was a cake
of manufactured ice, in tho centre of which,
rial, was ti bouquet of iresh flowers. Every
leaf and dower was perfectly visible, while
tho brilliancy of the colors was enhanced by
the refraction through the icc. This specimen
of summer entombed in winier was p?oduced
by tho Care-ammonia process, a French in
vention under which these machines are oper?
-The United States Court of Claims on
Monday decided the case of Siawsou vs. tho
United Stales in lavor ol' tho government,
being a suit brought for Hie recovery ol' pro?
ceeds of a steumooat capture J at Charleston,
which, had boen used by Hie Contodoruto
authorities, and was jilterwards, on verbal
agreement ol Slawson, employed by ihe j |
United ' States Quartermaster's Department, j j
and then turued'over to Hie lrea>ury agent
and sold. Judirmec.*. against claimant is ren?
dered on ihe ground that the, court nos no
jurisdiction of suits to .recover proceeds ol' any
captured property which hus been used tor Hie
purpose of carrying ou a war against the
United Slates, and also tor tho reason ihai \ '
said boat having boen appropriated by the
Federal army for military purposes, is exempt?
ed from jurisdiction of the court by act of July | <
-The most amusing confidence game Hutt
modern ingeuulty and desperation ever In?
vented was recency played off in England, by
an oldeny gentleman who had nm oin of his
jiroperty, aud had no real resource tell fur the
elegunt'support that his nature craved. Hav?
ing the reputaiicu sUll of being a rich man,
he made- his will, distributed generous stuns
around among his friends and relatives, and
giving ?urge bequests to benevolent societies
Thereupon, laking care that his liberal inten?
tions shouid be known, he rame into greal
favor with the aforesaid iriecds and relatives
and tho order of philanthropists, aud lived
around at their houses a welcome guest, even
condescending to die at one of these free
homes. A funeral fitting the groat expecta?
tions was provided for him, and then Hie will
opeued. This turned out -according to pro?
mise. But when tho estate came to bo admin?
istered upon it was totally minus. The man
had not u cont in the world.
-The following anecdote ol' John C. Cal?
houn Is told ou tho authority ol' tho lalo Huu.
Abbott Lawrence^ "Some limo before 1S40,
Mr. Calhoun wrote to Mr. Lawreueo that hu
bad been adding lo his landed estates, anil
would li e lo obtain a loan ot'$10,000 or ?15.
000 ia Bostou, where money was more pion ti?
ltil Hiau m couth Carolina and the idle of mie
rosi nol so high, for tho payment of which ho
would give his uote and u mortgage upon his
esiale, which would be ample security. Mr
Lawrence .-aid ho consulted Mr. Nathan'Ap
pletou and ono o. two other wealthy citizens
of Boston upon Hu? subjest, aud ii was agreed
to raise tho money for him and take no securi?
ty lor the repayment but his own note. Mr.
Lawrence informed Mr. Calhouo of ihe ar?
rangement which ho had made, and expressed
his gratlLcation that it ? was iu Hit power ot'
himself and a low ot his friends todo a kind?
ness to ono se distinguished, whose lite had
been devoted to the service of his country.
Mr. Calliouu Immediately wrolo back, declin?
ing the offer and withdrawing bin original re?
quest. Ho said it did not agree willi Iiis sense
of propriety lo accept u loau upon such terms;
thal In the discharge of his public dulles Ile
did not wish to bo embarrassed by a sense of
Obligation to any ouo.!'
- The Freuch war indemnity-which by its
de nyed payment is seriously testing the pa?
tience ot Hie vicLore-has been subjected to so
m ?ny calculations by German financiers
and Journalists, lu order to bring Hs im
mensity home to the vulgar miad, that
ODe would think the subject had been,
thoroughly exhausted. One calculation lias,
however been" omitted until a lew days
ago; wonderful enough, for it* seems the
most natural of all to the German mind. The |
delect is remedied by-a Berlin paper, which
now-corr pares the amount with the quantity of j
beer thal, it might buy. As'the result it is
shown to bc sufficient to supply the entire
German army, nuinberiug a million of men,
with what we must, on the authority of
the paper, regard as its regular allowance ot
the favorite national beverage for no less than
sixry-eii;ht years and a half. The arithmet:
clan allows each man five "seidel"-about
equal to our pint-per day, making the total
20,000 German tons, or about lt,OOO hogsheads.
The ton reckoned at ten thalers^thirty shil?
lings) bi inga the money value up to 200,000
thalers per day, or five milliards in sixty-eight
years and a half. Considering that the in?
demnity'is tobe otherwise disposed of, it is
hardly lair of the Berlin editor to make the
thirsty German army's mouth water by the
tantalizing calculation, touching as it does
?he of the tenderest chords of the German
The Tidings from Columbia.
No good citizen, whatever be his party
sympathies, can fail to be encouraged at the
nobie spirit in which the Taxpayers' Conven?
tion is doing its work. It must be said,
also, io justice to the State officials, that
they exhibit an alacrity all the more gratify?
ing because unexpected in facilitating and
co-operating with the labors, of the. men
whom the people have chosen to take io
hand the redress ol their grievances. Already
the Convention has accomplished much. It
has sf cured a virtual postponement of the
Noverc.ber taxes until next .spring; it has
obtained from the Executive a pledge thal
our State oliices shall hereafter be filled by
men worthy of the public confidence: il has
established pleasant relations, which we be?
lieve will be fruitful of good, between the
State i.duiiuistra'.iou and the taxpaying in?
terest: it has quieted tbe apprehensions of
Republicans by the pledge, which honestly
.given will be honestly kept, that the whole
influence of the gentlemen composing the
Convention shall be wielded in the interest
of peace and public order; and, more than
all, it has given to the taxpayers what they
so sadly needed, an organized body, clothed
with a vast moral power for their protection,
a'Hl to which they can look with confidence
for guidance. Nor must we forget its em?
phatic approval, lu3t evening, of the great
principal of Proportional Representation,
which certainly affords the reudiest, if not
the only, mode of relief from exisiing evils in
our State Government. It is indeed cheer?
ing to hear the Radical organ, the Columbia
Union, declare as it doe3 in its issue of yes?
terday: "If the Convention should manifest
"a desire to have this feature of voting in?
corporated in our statute laws, we make
"no doubt that the Legislature would enact
"such a law at its next session. "We see
"nothing in the fundamental law to inter?
fere with the adoption of such a measure,
"so that the long and tedious process of J
"ameudins; that instrument is avoided."
Justice to Itcpre.icntativc Hurley.
"Tue Committee'' composed, a3 we are
told, of lhe Presidents of the several Fire
Companies who intend joining in the ap?
proaching Tournament, print a card in yes?
terday's Courierin which they explattuibout.
the presentation of certain prizes to the
Firemen by Mr. Timothy Hurley. It seems
that the prizes were purchased "at the sug?
gestion of . several gentlemen," one of |
whom at least was a member of ' The Com
"initiee." That "The Committee" took the
matu* into consideration on Monday last,
md lhe plan of bestowing the prizes fixed
ipou by the donor not being acceptable,
.hey wrote to Mr. Hurley "requesting to be'
"allowed-to dispose of ti.e prizes as in the
"judgment of the Committee of Arrange?
ments might seem best." Now this state- 1
neut certainly puts a somewhat diff?rent t
ace upon the proceeding from that which
t previously wore. "Tnt- Committee" have
airly vindicated Mr. Hurley in this matter
rom the imputation of undue assurance,
it what cost to their own claims to taste we
will uot discuss.
In closing their card "The Committee"
.ake pains to say that "thereceut editorials
"in reference to the matter are entirely un
1 'authorized" on their part. We hasten lo
:orroljurute the disclaimer, so far as this pa?
ter is concerned, aud we will add that not
udy were "The Committee" quite innocent
)f ail complicity with the wicked comment
ii THE NEWS, but, to lite best of our belief,
.hey-or some of llieir number-were highly
indignant and sorely exercised thereat.
The Connecticut .Squabble.
The Radical majority in the Legisla
turo of the Nutmeg Stale, ill satisfied
it tbe result of the ofliuial couuC which
?ave English, the Democratic candidate
.he governorship by a majority of i
few voles, appointed a eera initi?e to re-ex
traine and recount the ballots. The bullot
iioxes, it was calculated, had bceuso manip?
ulated since lhe election as to change the re
.'lilt in favor of Jewell, the Radical candi?
date. The first boxe3 examined resuonded
to the expectation. They increased Jewell's
vole and diminished English's. Rut when
the committee reached New Haven and call
id for the bore of the fourth ward, it was
Ascertained.that lhere wore 100 mure ballot
for English iutUo box than had been allowed
to him by lhe count, and 100 less for Jew
jil than he was credited with! The Radical
istouu-hineHt was very like that of William
Sye, wnen the heal hen Cn ?nee led the right
io .ver, which had been dealt unto him.
Riere is a mighty row in the land ol' steady
taiiiis over Hie development, if tho balloi
K'X, lo windi the Radicals appealed, decide
h?.' issue, English is Governor !
&?a ano -VJ??W.
[OST OR STOLEN, FRO? A LANDING
J ?:i Goose Creek, a K at ? ith ??ne Sail, v rc
iv.Kdwii ne niven tut is i ec i very. Apply o
l'HO?. UOYi.E. M>. io iiueeii sirci-t. inaylu :;*
lill linter r>, dressmaking, ??t.
\f ADAME L o' Z ? i R ,
PARISIAN DEES .MAK.EK,
NJ. 238 KING STREET, EA>T SIDE, BET WE MN
MAURETANO H.V.v'.l, Vi's., (UPSTAlf'S.)
EINE FRENCH COILS* l\s J?ADK TO ORDI'.R.
J in iura i polices.
ps- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AJSD
acquaintances of W. H. ROWAN?, and of ala
brothers, Robert, T. Y. S. and Edward a., are re?
spectfully invited to attend the. Funeral Services
or the former, from bia ia?e residence, corner
Thomas and Radcliffe streets, THIS MORNING, at
to o'coek, without fun her invitation. mayll*
p&- WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5 A.
F. M.-The Officers and Brethren are summoned
to attend at Masonic Dall THIS MORNING, at P
o'clock, to pay the last tribute of respect to our
deceased Brother, WM. ROWAND.
By order W. M. T. E. STROTH E P.,
may il . Secretary.
.par vETNA* STEAM FIRE ' ENGINE
COMPANY.-Yor are hereby summoned to appear
at the Engine-House, THIS DAT, the 11th, instant,
at 9 o'clock, A. M , In Uniform, Black Pants, for
the purpase-br paying thc last tribute of respect
to our departed brother, W. II. ROWAND.
niayll ' J. McLElSH, Secretary.
p?- WARRANTED INFALLIBLE
TIME DOF.S NOT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY
MILLINGS'S COMPOUND BUG DESTROYER, pre?
pared only by R. C. MILLINGS, No. 414 King
street, and sold by Druggists and the trade in
general, In pint bottles at Finy Cents each.
Liberal Inducements offered to dealers' by ap?
plying to . EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, S. C.
pS- APPLICATION WILL BE MADE
to the Planters' an?! Mechanics' Bank or-South
Carolina for renewal or Scrip No. 10.045, for 22
Shards of Stock in name of J. GRIMKE DRAY?
TON, at the expiration of three weeks.
ps- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
to all Sub-Agents or the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first, day df March, UTI, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary or thc Advisory Board.
KOUT. c. DELARGE: L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 88.1871._marll
ps- UNITED STATES INTERNAL REV?
ENUE, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE SECOND DIS.
TR I CT, SOUTH CAROLINA, No. 49 BROAD
STREET, CHARLESTON, MAY 10, 1871.-NO
TICE.-Special Taxes (Licences) for the year end?
ing April 30, 1872, arc due and payable at this
office on or bcrore the TWENTIETH OF MAY, 1371.
may IQ_W. R. CLOUTMAN, Collector.
pS- READ CAREFULLY.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Tue only preventive known for Chills and Fever
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is-good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Kidney and Bia Ider Complaints
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the World by-Physicians in their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for Gour.
WOr.l jfi'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS .
U good 'or all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS .
.Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Collo and palu in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will -
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg ?eave to call Hie attention or the reader to
:estimouials in favor of the Schnapps:
I feel bound to say that 1 regard your SCHNAPPS
ts baug tn every respect pre-eminently pure, and
leservmg of medical patronage. At all events lt
n thc purest possible article or Holland gin, here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
- DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
Heel that we have uowanuruoe of gin suit
ible for suth cases us that remedy la adapt ell to.
UK. J. W. BRIC UT.
'-Schuapps" is a remedy in chronic catarrlial
1 iaKc treat pleasure iu bearing highly credit
ible testimony io its efficacy os a remedial agen:
u the diseases for which you recommend Ir.
lavlug a natural tendency to the mucous yur?
acca. willi a .slight degree of stimclation, I re
:ard it as one bl the most important remedies lu
ihrohie caiarraal affections, particularly those ol
he g?uUo-uriiiary apparatus. With much re
peet, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. Lt*AS, M. D.. New York. ?
No. 2(j PINK st REST, X. Y.. NOV. 21, istJ7.
UnoLimo WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAR SIR-1
lave miete a chemical examination vf a s.tni;>le
ir your "Schiedam Schnapps,'* with the rurcntoi
leterminlnK ir any loreign or lujurious jjubstauee
lad been added to the smiple ?tis; tiled spirits.
Tti? examination has resulted lu thc couciuslon
hat Gie sample contained mi poisonous or-harm
ul admixtures. I have been unable to discover
my trace or the deleterious substances which
ire sometimes employed In the adulteration o?
fquors. 1 would not hesitate to use niyseir, not
0 recommend to others, ror medicinal purposes,
he '.Schiedam S huapps" as au vxeclleut aud
iiiiibjeciloiiable variety or gin. Very respectfully
rours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL ANO TKCUSICAL LABORATORY, \
s EXCHANGE PLACE, N\ Y., N*OV. 25, LSOT. J
UOOLPHO WOLFE, Esq. : DBAS SIR-The under
limned have carel tilly and thoroughly analyzed a
1 ttupie ol your .'Aromatic Schiedam Schapps,"
ielccted*by ourselves, aud have round the sam;:
ree from all urgaule cr inorganic substances,
nure or ?ess injurious io heal'.h. From the result
if our examination we cusider the article one of
luperior quality, healthful as* a 'beverage, and
rilectuai lu Us medicina! qualities.
Signed) . ALEX. TKirPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS. E. ENCEL1IARD, M. D.
For sale by ail respectable Grocers and Dru
UDOLPL?O WOLFE'S EST..
mar2'.-3mos No. 22 BIL? Visit sTllEbT. ^.
pS- QUIT DRUGGING. -THIS IS NOW
idmitted by the medical prufesslon as a funda
aental principle of healing science. Ir. is wisely
m>vide l by the human economy that whenever
iiiylulng ls wrong In thc physical system thc
laiural forces of the body are brought, to bear to
x; el .ie disease. Tue great aim, therefore, is
o suo ijrihen the natural powers. This has h*eu
:ept in view by skilful ompoumlcrs of HOS
* TI EIt'S STOM..C1I BITTERS, which operates
0 nive fresh vitality to ali the organs of the body,
'heeffect of this medicine un m the stomach, the
Iver ami the kidneys is prompt and decisive,
lie patient, who is wise enough to quit drudging
md try the Bitters, soon feels as if be had taken
1 new lease of life. aa:, as he continues the use
i the article, he is overjoyed L> rind the si reams
ir health conrsiug through his frame. It is pre
lated with great care, and its component pariB
ire entirely vegetable. It ls free from the objeo
:ons so orien niycd against preparations of the
Ind. AS a medicinal a?en:, lt has no cqnal,
..lille its pleasing flavor and hr-althful effects have
nade lt a general favorite. It is free from all
in pertles calculated tn Impair the system, and
ts op-rations are at once ror lld, soothing and
fllclent. All who have used HO.STETTEIt'S
rruMACH BITTERS a test its virtues and coin
Bven th- se who aro in thc enjoymentof perrect
ea th frequently have nee l to have recourse to
onics as preventives of disease. We are never
m? well armed airaiust the assaults <X -the Ills
ha1 flesh ls heir.to." In health or sickness this
onie cannot be taken regularly without giving
Itality and elasticity to the Bystein.
The Treasurer pr th6 Charleston Brble Society wf'
receive Subscriptions or Donations pt his oifleo,
Ko. 68 Bast Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment or Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles, are kept on hand
for distribution. The*Society has oneCo'porteur
la the Held, and solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persona interested m the woik or seeking further
information will please cali on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos_Treasurer C. B. S.
?&- HEADACHE, LANGUOR AND
melancholy generally spring from a Disordered
Stomach, Costiveness, or a Torpid Liver. Each
may readily be i.emoved by Dr. D. JAYNE'S SAN?
ATIVE PILLS, a few doses of which will bu fouud
to stimulate the Liver and Stomach to healthy ac
tlou, removing all Biliousness, and producing
reg?'ar evacuations of the bowels. Sold by all
Druggists, and by GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
Charleston, S. 0. marao-thstu
?Sf- BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use or all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
l.y Druggists. JNO. C. BAKER A- CO., Philadel?
A full supply on hand by
DB. H. BAER.
febT-tuthsflmos Ko. 131 Meeting street.
?S~ MEDICAL NOTICE. -PATIENTS
sutferlng from Diseases pe: talning to the GENITO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest seien
ti tl ^treatment by placing themselves under the
care 01 Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, o'fflce No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postoftlce.
jar- MANHOOD-154TH EDITION-]
corrected and revised by the author, E. de F. Cur
tis, Ductor cf Medicine, member of the Royal Col?
lege ol Surgeons, England; Blcentiate of the Col?
lege of Physicians, Edinburgh; Honorary Member
Faculte de Medicine, Paris, Ac, Ac, Ac-A
Medical Essay on the cause and cure of Prema?
ture decline in Man. showing how bea'th ls lost
and how regained, lt gives a clear synopsis of the
Impediments to Marriage, the treatment of Ner?
vous and Physical Debility, Sterility. Ac, whether
broughton by early abuse or excess, and ?he rem?
edies therefor-the result bf twenty years success?
Price so cents by mall. Address the author, Dr.
CURTJS, No. 0 Tremont Place, Boston. Mass.
' ?Sf' GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable compound coatalas no opium, laud?
anum, paregoric, or other anodyne, and will not
massacre the innocents like the "soothing ?ym-is)'
so much in vogue. Thc GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL ls harmless, and ia roei mmended by all
our best physicians. It ls to be had of the manu?
facturer, Da IL BAER.
No. 131 Meeting street.
And of all Druggists. apt22-stutli
FOR PALE, THAT HANDSOME AND
desirable RESIDENCE, No.. 27 Rutledge
Avenue, opposite M arls street, containing seven
pqnare rooms, t?o Unlined attic room?, bay win?
dow, bath and dressing rooms, pautry, store?
house and ample kitchen and s anie accommo?
dations; water and gas throughout tho house,
10,000 gallon cistern, and all other modern im?
provements uf a flrst-dnss residence. Lot 00 by
iso feet, tastefully laid out with hedges, rare ever?
greens, and the choicest varieties or rosea, came?
lias and other plants; also green House, Usu pond
and founrain. For terms, AC., apply lo No. -IS
Broad street, Law Office or WILKINSON A GIL
FOR SALE. THREE FINE COW'S,
with young Calves, inquire at Nn. 52 Si ute
j: reel._ ' niayO-tuilur
F?R SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, uf good quality, which are offered
neap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
.lecion and Church sireeis. feiii4
ABARGAIN!- TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rugnles Wood Frame
Paper cutter, will be sold low Jor c.isii. Is nearly
new. cuts 25 luches, and has an extra kuite. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TUB
SKWS Job office. mar?!
. QLo Bent.
rpo RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI
JL DENCE. No. 59 "Smith street. Possession
given immediately. Apply at No. 6 Lltertv aireet.
ROOMS TO RENT, WITH FINE PIAZZA,
Kitchen, Ac, In Society sueet. Apply at
uusoMce. _ may 11-2*
mo RENT, FOR SIX MONTHS, A
.1. First class new Seven and-a-Quarter Octave
square-Grand PIANO, of exqult-ltc tone amt greut
power. Terms. $75. hair ca>h; valance lu three
months. Apply to Key Box. No.33, Postoulee.
TO RENT. TWO W. LL-LOC.VTED RES?
IDENCES, lt. toe rear, of No. 212 Kingstieer,
near .Market street, containing (Ive wed flnlshe,'
rooms au.! kitchen each, wu a a bountiful -upply
of cistern water and ?ll requisite outbuildings.
Apply to WILBUR k SON, No. 69 Broad street.
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT ' AIKEN,
IO LET for tliCNummt r. nt. inodcraje reut
Peach;? ami Grapes Tor lamdy use supplied
lillis. Address J.e. DERBY, Alkeu. S. C. .
TO Rt NT, A. COMFORT AB m HU SK',
No. 218 Comtug street, containing four
rooina, with gas. good cistern umt yaru:.also,
dower garden. POT terms,* appiv to WM. U.
DAWSON, Real Estate Agent, No. 63 Broad street.
III ay 3
TO REN'I, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderson, s. c.-a iteautliul
Cottage, containing six'ro.mis, partially luruisned.
I'iiegaideii is In a high state of cultivation. ?iud
the surroundings all that eau he desired for sum?
mer comforCaud pleasuie. From May to October
lhere is not a mor? agreeable locality In South
Cand?na.- Apply to V. O. DK FONTAINE, at thu
.Mills House, or to M., box IOU. Anderson, S. c.
ap rn *
MADAME LUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 238 KING
STREET, east aid?, hut ween Market and HaSel
VTOTHJB.-TH E "EQUITABLE LIFE
ll ASSUIlANOBSOCiKTY.'-'of Ne*? York, have
.einovojl from No. Ul Meetm*" street to th -;r
..?w otlice, No. 20 BROAD STREET,
WM. B. .SHAW,
feblS Om-rai Agent.
tailoring, ?arni$l)ing ?coos, &i.
g P KT5 G? ~' O PEN I N G . '
MENKE ? MULLER,
No. 323 KI NU STREET,
Have Just opened a entire Nei7 Sto;:k 01
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and .summer.
Our Clotning ls a very large and tine selected
s;o?k for Men, Youths .md Boys, rrom $0 to ?50
per suit. The largest poriion ls at Impart.!.!
goods and manufactured i>y ou.'?elves; we can,
therefore, recommentl tin'm as regard flt, ?rear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
la supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TUIOOTS, MELTONS, OilEVD'TS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large stock of the .most
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, winch we
will make up to order by measure in the latest
styles. The foreman In this deparrmchr, ur our
business lias no equal in the artistic world for cut?
ting and producing an elegant tit.
This department is supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign ami Domestic Under?
shirts aud Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, P..itvs,Scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, socks, Umbrellas. Ac.
Our stock haH been selected with great oa re,
?md prlcas marked very low iu plain figures.
Buyers in our Uno will ?nd it to their advantage
to give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere.
M.-The Eetrular Monthly Comnrunlca
tloB of this Lodge will be held Tins EVEKING, at
8 o'clock. The Arrear List will receive the tliird
reading, and be acted upon.
By order W. M. T. E. STROTHER,
QUMT_R RIFLE CLUB.-A SPECIAL
kj Meeting of this Club will bc held.at Masonic
Hali, on THIS EVENING, the 11th Instant, at
8 o'clock. Ilembers are earnestly requested to
at temi, as important business wjll be transacted.
By order of the Pr sident.
W. M. ERUNS, Secretary and Treasurer.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
ot the Catholic Institude will be held at their
Hall, Broad street, Tnis (Thursday) EVENING, at
half-past 7 o'clock. By order.
JAMES B. O'NEILL,
mayll_ Secretary C. I.
pERMANIA LODGE, No. 5, K. P.-A
\JC Regular Communication of Germania Lodge.
No. 5, K. P., will take place Tors EVENING, at 8
o'clock, at the hall corner Liberty .and King
streets. By order of the W. C.
mayll_.1. A. ALFERS, R. S.
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN?
GINE COMPANY.-An Extra Meeting of
your Company will be held THIS (Thursday) EVE?
NING, at Market Hall, at half past 8 o'clock.
A full attendance la requested on important
By order. J. S. WESTENDORFF,
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AX?EN.-Attend an Extra Meet
lug of your Company, at your Engine House,
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, the 11th Instant, at
Iiair-paet 8 o'clock precisely.
By order President AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE.
J. W. McKENRY.
mayll-*_Secretary P. S. F. E. Co.
PALMETTO FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
An Extra Meeting of the Palmetto Fire Com
pany will be held; at the Engine-House, THIS DAT,
at vi o'clock, noon.
An Extra Meeting will also be held at 6 o'clock
in the AFTERNOON. BV order of the President,
mayll . E. A. ROTE. Secretary.
~?-~^ifr};3i?u'~ ***** - jC1*:
MARION STEAM FIRE ?NGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at
temi an Extra Meeting of your Company, at your
I Hall, THIS fThursday) EVKNINO, at 8 o'clock pre?
Attend the Annual Meeting or your Company,
! ut your Hal!, To MORROW (Friday) MORNING, at 7
I o'clock precisely. Honorary and Contributing
Members are Invited to attend. ny order.
mayll_G. A. CALDER. SeCrerary.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SOCIETY
FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CHRISTI?
ANITY IN SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Anniversary
Meeting ?t the Society will he held at Holmes'
IACCUIU. at the corner of King ann Wentworth
streets, on FRIDAY EVENING, lath In-tant, at 8
Thu Anniversary Sermon will bc preached at
St. Philip's cr.nrch, on FRIDAY MORNING
mayll-2 Recording Soci el ary.
WANTED. A YOTING MAN TO AT?
TEND BAR. Cali at No. UT East Bay
"UerJry's Retreal"-A. UA_MERSCU_IDT.
may u-1"_ ? _
WANTEP.-WANTED, A CHAMBER
M.'It) that cnn come recommended. Ap
plv at King Mansien, corner Mewing and eeor*c
streets. _may l l-l"
TTTANTEO, B Y A RESPECTABLE
W Swedish Woman, a SUuatlou. She ls
willing todo sewing aud make herself generally
useful about a huuse. Apply at this office.
WANTED. A BO'Wv KEEPER, IN A
Wholesale Commission House; must write
u good hand, understand double entry thorough?
ly, and como well recommended. None other
need apply. Address, With real name, to.Box R.,
at thia office, stating where an jntc-rview can be
WANTED, HOUSEKEEPERS TO
know that they can dispose of their Se
c tm-hand or surplus FDKNIT?RK to good ad
van i usc. by addressing VoaLolUce BOX 473.
?TT ANTED 31 A YOUNG SWEDISH
VT Woman a situation KS Housekeeper-has
no objection to tho emintrv. Good r-rcrences
glvep. A''dress R. nt this office. - maylo-J?
WANTED, L ADI KS-TO ECONOMIZE
their pin money, and buy their Chignons,
Curls, Misson Pluies, Buatles ?iud Corsets ar.
A RC HF. R'S BAZAAR. _ni ay 0-4?
A YOUNG LADY IN TUE COUNTRY
__ wishes a ?-Ituattou as Compunion or House?
keeper lu the city or country. For terms, ami
other .par:lculars, address vB," HAILY NEWS
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and periu iiietit tenant, a neat, aiid pleas
anily situated dwelliuir, containing not less th.in
'O'ir square rooms. The western part or the city,
or Hie neighborho Ml of Hie Battery preferred. Ad?
dress, statin, location ?md lowest rem, '.Tenant."
Ottlce of TUE NEWS. at rl8
.XeiusjHipcrs, ??cganncv, sti?
ll li AL CAROLINIAN
' FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cents
Per annum.?2 oe
For sale by
WALKER. EVANS ? COGSWELL,
Publishers, No. 3 Brood street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
. ?am?cr, incl, ??c.
U I L D E lt ' S DEPOT
NO. 04 CHURCH STREET,
Tn KEG HOOKS NORTH OP BROAD,
CHAKLESTDN, S. C.
LIME SLATE.S LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR
CEMENT TILE GRAVEL
all MN EV TUPS SEWER PIPS GARDEN VASES.
?C. A-c. Ac.
Now lauding, a cargo uf very superior LIME,
for sale low.
Country orders carefully and promptly filled.
I?. O. Bu X 374 li- M. GIO MK E.
DUM ME R BO Alt DING. '.'
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN. S. C
The people of Charleston nnrt? viciait? are re
-peet-tilly informed Hut lb." above HOTEL will be
ep ti during i to summer of lari fur the recepta tu
of permanent ?uni transient gue-tts.
Hie rooms are larne, airy ami weil furnished.
House an I grounds w it shaded.
Th- cablas will no -applied with all the delica?
cies ol the season.
Tenus wry mod?rale.
l'or further partlcul irs address
CASE Sc LOUNSBERKY,
Good Livery atUChed to the House,
pianos, Organs, Sc't.
HARLES L. McCLE NAMAN,
No. 191 KI N tl S T HEBT,
Importer and Deabr lu
riANOS, CABINET ORGANS, SHEET ?'JSIO,
STRINGS. Ste, 4c.
?B" Tuning and llepuiring promptly attended
to by HENRY YOUNG. marts-uitruamas
ins a tunic
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. I? t..
NEW YORK LIF?
1 * * 3.O rgaaii? ?I.l S-ii
General Agent, No. ?4 Broad street.
^CA D E M. Y . 0 F M U S 1 C .
COMPLIMENTARY B?FEF?T TENDERED TO".
MISS HARRIET F. RONAN.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 12JH,
Knowles' Celebrated Piay,
Doors Open at 7 o'clock. Performances Com?
mences at quarter-past 8.
Private Boxes can oe Secured at HOLMES'
Book-House, at following rates: Box of 12 Heats,
?45; Box of 8 Seats, $7 50.
Tickets may be obtained at HOLMES', RUS?
SELL'S, HAYDEN'S, YON SANTEN'S, AIMAR'S
and BOINEST'S, on King street: EISSELL'S, on
Meeting street: NEUFYILLE'S, on East Bay;
BLACKMAN'S, oe Broad street, and at thc Hotels.
?Sr Positively no Tickets will be sold' Rt tne
Academy. . maro^
N' TT ~E ~ D'
GOLD AND SILVER COIN
Charleston City Stock
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Guaranteed
Bonds and Coupons . . ,
Colombia City Bonds
Savannah City Bond i
Savannah City Coupons
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
. mayll l No. 25 Broad street.
Summer lie sorts.
GEEENBRIER. WEST VIRGINIA.
These SPRINGS, famous for their alterative
warers and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the 1st of June. They afford accommodations for
The cars of the Chesapeake and Ohio Jt aiiroad
run to the Springs. Excursion tickets at low
rates, will be furnished In the principal cities,
North and South.
These Springs are 2000 feet above tide-water,
and the climate In whioh they are situated is al?
lays cool and Invigorating, atfording entire relier
from prostrating Summer heat.
Professor Rosenbergers excellent Band will be
in attendance to enliven the Lawns and Ball
Masquerade and Fancy Balls dering the season,
Au exteuslve Livery will be kept at very nnde.
cn AUGES , $3 per day, and ?75 per month of 30
days. Children under 10 years of age and colored
terrants half price: white servants acco -ding to
Pamphlets In reference to the MEDICAL value of
the water, ROUTES to the S rings, Ac, may be
had free of charge at the Charleston Hotel and at
Dr. G. W. AIM AK, corner or King and Vander
horst streets. GEO. Li PEYTON A CO.
rpHE HEALING SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY VIRGINIA,
w.ll be opened on the 1st of June. They are ac?
cessible hy the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad,
from Mtilhoro', depot, twenty-three miles, by
stages crossing the-Warm Spring Mountain, and
passlVg the Warm and Hot springs; or from
Covington depot, sixteen miles over a flue turn?
pike of ea^y grade, passing In full view of the
celebrated Failing Springs, and the splendid
scenery or Jackson's River.
Board $:i per day; $20 per week; $75 per month,
or $6<> per month for two mouths or. mm e. Chil?
dren under ten years, and colored serva nts, half
Telegraph office at the hotci.
M. H. HOUSTON, M. D., resident physician.
B. M. QUA RLES, Agent.
DUNLOP lc MCCAKCB, ) ?
ll COU W. FRY, \ Proprietor?.
A. Y. STOKES. } niav9-tnthsimo
BATH COUNTV, VA.
This renowned Watering Place will b? opened
for i her reception of Visitors JONE 1st.
It-wau-r.s are celeorated for tnplr curative vir?
tues lu the treatment of various disease*:, such as
Curonlc Kiieumiiilsm, 'lout. Torpor of the Liver;
Chronic Enlargement of the Liver or Spleen,
Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysentery, Noi.-Orgaalc
Paralysis, Old Injuries, Affections or Jie Skin,
especially of Syphilitic origin, Chronic Diseases of |
the Ulenia, Ac.
The Baths vary in temperature frum sc? to no?
Board Ji3 per dav, ?20 per week, $70 pir month.
Telegraph Office' at the Hotel. . :
Prof. J. L. c.vtlELL. M. D., of the Uulversity,
Va-, Resident Physician.
S. C. TAKDY & CO.. 1 pr-v.Hieto?,
TI10S. R. PRICE & GO.. J "owietors,
mnyO-tuthhlmo Riehm ind, Ya.
(Groceries, Ciqnors, &t.
1 Bu-'eri ? Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binningens Old Lindon Dock Gm. Old Tom Gin
ASMined French Urandy; Fruits, in qutrt Jars
Assorted Freucii Fruits, In own Julee, put up la
glass stoppered decanters
Fren ch Pickle-, in laney jira
India Currie, lu flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Anchovy Paste"
French Mustard, In glass puts
Qdoou's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
F.orence Olive Oil, lu links, and neugal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Cor wi i A Co.
.ault_N?. 275'King sireet.
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PEU RKOK$T ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind lm
Ration English Unease, Mild Factory ot?ese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You g America Cheese, Eldani and
Sap >ago Cheese, Extra Smoked rongu-a auJ
Breakfast Lacou strips. Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork an-' Pic led Ox Tbugues.
Dutlleld's, American, Whestphalla, Whitaker,
Extra star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
Wluie sugar-cured Champion Hains.
For sale by ' E. E. BEDFORD,
jami No. 275 King street.
REMEN LAGER BE E R
CHAMPAGNE CID RR.
E. fi. BEDFORD,
anil_So. 275 King srrept.
O ? K OUT!
FOR THE SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY-HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST AllRIVED AT
LINL-EY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 3S8 Klus street.
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a lurgi; lo: of :l.at very superior YOUNO
DYSON TEA, widen delights all Tea connoisseurs
who have ever tried p., and which I flo:l ar Hie low
price of $1 50 per pound. Tilts Mei is guaranteed,
an 11 am ?rilling to re: und the moue} to any pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A largo tor, of CANNED FRUIT. Vi:'4BRA?.Li:S}
AND Fisu, of tuc m ist approved brands, walsh
will :<e sold at tow prices.
A g?nerai assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted And Ground Rio, Laguayra and Java
Coffees, fresh every day. The roasMng is doue?|
upon the premises, under my personal super
vision. Quality and kiads guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CHINA I
Tea Sets of plulu French Chlmi, 44 pieces, for $3
Tea Sets, gold bind French Ch lu a, -i nuces, for
A large assortment or French Ubina for table
use. Also, Fancy Chlo* Goodi. V-.?es, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tctc-a Tete Sets,
English Crockery, ?tassware. Tinware. Hard?
ware, Woodonware, Baskets, Loor-lm- Glasses,
and a general assortment of House Furnishing
Goods-sold twenty-five per cent, cheaper thau
Special attention ?aid to country c-vders, accom?
panied with Cash.
All inquiries by letter promptly answered.
No charge ror packing or delivering to any part
of the city.
mario-lyr JOHN If. LINLEY.
(Groceries, Ciqnore, Ut.
JVL o X?BT^TL O TJ ET ^ *~
700 bois. Fine, Extra and Family FLOUR.
For sale by .. T. J. KERR A CO.
HOICE MAY BUTTER
Receiving on commission by each s'eamer
from the North, through S. A. Lambert, and now
Fresh lots of Choice Old and Choice New MAY
BUTTER, for Inspection to the trade.
M'V2 No. 209 East Eay. .
. No. 306 KING STREET.
Just opened late arrivals of.
CROSSE i BLACKWELL'S PICKLES
CROSSE A BLACKWELL'S CURRIE P0WDERS
CROSSE 4 BLACKWELL'S WHITE PEPPER AND
JELLIES : '
CROSSE 4 BLACKWELL'S BLACK PEPPER AND
CROSSE 4 BLACKWELL'S CAYENNE PEPPER.
OLIVE8, AC, AC.
DRY GINGER, (CrystoUzed,) .
In Whole and Half Jars
In Whole and Half Jars.
CHOW CHOW, (Chinese,)
In Whole and Half Jars.
In Whole and Half Jars.
GOOD DRAWING TEAS OF ALL GRADES,
No. 306 KING STREET.
All Goods Delivered Free.
CLARET ON DRAUGHT AT $1 25 PER
OR 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Bottle to be returned.
W. B. WELCH,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
49"All Goods delivered free of charg?. apr28
AGENEE & M O N S EE S ,
N08. 163 AND 165 EAST BAY AND Noa. 2 AND ?
Hare In Store and receiving dally a large as?
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting In part of :
"BACON, HAMS, PORK, BEEF, MACKEREL, MO?
LASSES. FLOUR, SUGAR. LAKD, SALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE, TEAS, Ac, 40.
WAGENEit A MONSEES
Continually have la Sto>-ea large and well se?
lected assortment of
Q SHIP GROCERIES,
delivered free of cartage to vessels. .
WAGE s ER 4 MONSEES.
Agents for Isodor, Bush 4 Co , St. Louis, Mo.,
.SPARKLING GRAND DUCBESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and have In store,
CHOICE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE,
In sixty gallon casks and demijohns. These Wines
are equal to any Imported Wines lu every respect.
Q H ARLES HELDSIECK CHAMPAGNES,
SILLBRYAND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANDE 4
CO., Proprietor of the Chat. Lenvtlle and Brown
Cantenac Clarets. A full assortment; of che above
Wines for sale by all principal G'ocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF 4 CO.
T\ B S~CTH L E Y~T~
( HOM GB O PAX HIST, ) >
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE CORNER MEETING
AND .HUDSON STREETS.
J^J"ANlFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and Kau way Companies, Brokers,
Reit utters and Exchange Offices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD ANO CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to .
COWAN & CO., Stationers,
No. 35 Pine street, New York.
P. O. Box 4748. For sale by ali Stationers.
fJlHE GOLD MEDAL SEWING MACHINE.
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH.
This ls the most simple and ra?anle Two Thread
Sewing Machine In the world. It sews dlrecc
from two threads, and ls $15 less thau any other
first-class Newing Machine. Samples can bo seen
ac No. 15S MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel. ?>ole Agent for the State. Sub-agents
I wanted through the State. Address W, S. BIS
I SELL, Charleston, Also agen's fur Home Shuttle
Hand Machine. $25._apr4 tuths6mo3
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -
No. 76 BARCLAY AND NO. 222 GREENWICH ?TR-ETS,
He?elvcrs of Green and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
ail kinds or Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location and racilitle3 ror selimg Fruits and
Vegetables aro unsurpassed lu New York.
circulars and Marking Plates sent ta.e to Shlp
.pers. All correspondents and questions cheer?
REFERENCE,-C. H. Liliehthal, Tobacconist,
Sew York. 1_ ann*
JJ EE VES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES.- S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No 200 East Bay, cnanest-m - '' ^ria-Smos
JOSEPH W. HARRISSON'S,
ARTIST'S Sb'PPuY. PAINT V.S?) OIL STORE,
NO. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON,
Patent Tn ter Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.