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Address RIORDAN? DAWSON & CO..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.O.
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1871.
NEWS OE THE /XAJfT,
-Gold closed In New York, on Saturday, at
-Cotton closed firm at 16 cents for uplands;
sales 4665 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton was buoyant; uplands
7?a7?d, Orl?ans 7Jd; sales 15,000 bales.
-The Montgomery, Alabama, MAU and the
Advertiser have consolidated, and will here?
after appear as one publication, under the pro?
prietary control of Colonel W. W. Screws and
Mr. M J. Williams.
-Horace Greeley, of tho New York Tri?
bune, Ts to start out soon on a Southern tour,
and will stop a few days in Charleston. He
will probably arrive here about the latter part
of the month.
-Bismarck's new title of prince ls heredi- j
tary, but can only be assumed by the eldest
BOO ot the family in each generation. The title
in full is "His Serene Highness, the Prince
Von Bismarck-Schoenhausen." It-is asserted
that the present income ol the chancellor is
not in accordance with his princely rank, and
there is talk of additional dower for the title
from the crown.
-General Steinmetz, the cit* hero whose im?
petuous valor accomplished so much for the
German army upon the bloody field of Grave?
lotte, has been created a field marshal, not?
withstanding the fact that he was relieved of I
his command for "too much fighting" on that f
eventiul day. Having "disciplined" him for
the technical act of transcending his orders,
the Emperor now pays this deserved compli?
ment to his chivalrous daring and courage.
-Governor *Vamoth, of Louisiana, has been
brought to griel. In a speech made a few
days since at a reception given to General J
Sherman in New Orleans, the Governor fa-1
cetiously alluded to the fact of his having been
"badly demoralized" in the attack upon Vicks?
burg, and to his having solicited a leave o? ab?
sence on that occasion. General Sherman re?
sponded: "You ought to have been shot,
sir." The Governor probably had not much
appetite for the rest o? the banquet.
-The Paris correspondent of the London
News says that the devastation caused by the
bombardment of Neuilly is even greater than
might have been expected. In the avenue
leading to thc- Portes des Ternes whqle?eides of |
houses are smashed in, and the streets around
are aheap of ruins. The trees are toron to
shreds, and scarcely a lamp post is left stand?
ing. In Ihe other main thoroughfare leading
from Neuilly to Paris-the Avenue de la Grand
Armee-there is not a house which has es?
caped being hit. Some are riddled with shot.
-Says the Paris Univers: "The Concierge?
rie contains at this moment about sixty priests*
all torn arbitrarily from their religious house's
or from the churches of Paris; and in addition
others are incarcerated at Muzos, La Ro?
quette, La Sante, &c. The first named receive
no other food than early in the morning a ra?
tion of insufficiently baked black bread; at 9.
a basin of what is supposed to be broth, and
at 3 a small portion of rice or meat. They are
not allowed any knife or fork, but only a j
round wooden spoon, and are by special or?
ders deprived ol the privilege enjoyed by
other prisoners ot obtaining better food from
the canteeu. Yet many ol the clergy detain,
ed at the Conciergerie are old mi.n, are forced
to remain in their cells night and day, and are
forbidden to take exercise in the yard."
-It is now proposed to introduce the system
of uarrow-gauge tracks for street railways ia
small cities, where tracks of Ihe ordinary
width would not pay. It ls suggested that a j
track of only two ieet wide, or even narrower,
with light rails and light one-horse cars, with
a driver who will also act as a conductor, nay
pay where two-horse cars could not be sup?
ported. It ls calculated that by this plan the
track will cost originally only about one-half |
as much as the ordinary gauge; that it will
save two-thirds of the expense of paving., and
repairing, and that it will dispense with the
pay of conductors. It will require only one
hall the number of horses, and consequently
only one-half the amount ol* stable-room and
feed, while the original ccst of the cars will be
much less. The advocates of the new system,
with a good show of reason, claim other ad?
vantages for the narrow track, which it ls said
is about to be introduced as au experimeut in
-The original Rothschilds hare still a large
banking-house al Franktort-ou-the-Maiu. It
ls situated at the loot of the old Jews' street,
near the place where the old Anselm, the
founder of the firm, was born. On the 10th of |
April the peaceful inmates of that house be
came terror-stricken. A Frenchman had en?
tered the counting-room in the morning, de?
manding the payment ci a milliou lruncs for
the Commune at Paris, threatening the whole
Rothschild family with destruction in case of
a refusal to pay the required bounty. The fool
was shown the door, but immediately alter
his exit a small bombshell, like those ol Orsini,
filled with nitro glyceiiue exploded in the ves?
tibule in front of the counting-room, in conse?
quence of which a heavy will, separating the
ante-room from the office, was driven in and
one of the clerks badly wounded. The police'
got hold ol'the miscreant-it is not yet ascer?
tained whether he is simply a fanaticised tool,
or a member ot a secret society ordered to
commit the act.
-A dispatch from Mr. Washburne, thc
United States Minister at Paris, gives some
interesting details of the treatment ol' Mg
Darboy, Archbishop ol' Paris, who was thrown
into the dungeons ol'the Mazas prison hythe
Commune. After narrating the difficulties he
encountered in obtaining permission to visit
the archbishop, Mr. Washburne says: ?I
must say I was deeply touched al the appear?
ance of this venerable mau, with Iiis Blender !
person, his form somewhat bent, his lon:,
beard, (for he lias not shaved apparently since
his imprisonment,,' his face haggua w ith ill
health, ail could not have failed io have moved
'he most indifferent. I told him I hud great
pleasure, at the inslauce of bis friends
in intervening in his behalf, and while
I could not promise myself the satisfac?
tion of seeing htm released, I was very glad to
be able to vUit him to ascertain his wants, ann
assuage the cruel position in which lie i'oiiud
himself. He thanked me most heartily and
cordially for thu disposition I had manifested
towards him. I was charmed by his cheerful
spirit and hts interesting conversation. He
seemed to appreciate his critical situation, and
tobe prepared for thu worn. He had no
word of bitterness or reproach for his persecu
tors, bul, on the other band, remarked that
the world Judged them to be worse than they
really were. He was patiently awaiting the
logic of '?yents, ana praying that Providence
might Hud a solution to these terrible troubles
without the further shedding of human blood*.
He is confined in a cell about six feet by ten,
possibly a little larger, which has the ordinary
furniture of the Mazas prison-a wooden chair,
a small wooden table and a prison oed. The cell
is lighted by one small window. As a political
prisoner, he is permitted to have bis food
brought to him from outside the prison, arid in
answer t o my suggestion that I should be glad
to'ser?d :iim anything he. might desire, or fur?
nish hinrwttb any "money he might want, he
said lie was not in need at present. I was the
first man he had seen from the outside since
lils imprisonment, and he had not been per?
mitted to see the newspapers, or to have any
intelligence o? passing events. I shall make
application to the prelect fof police to be al?
lowed to sand him newspapers ?tiri other read?
ing mager,' and snail a?stravairriysBl? ?f the
permission granted me to visit him, to the end
that I may afford him any proper assistance in
my power. I cannot conceal from myself,
however, tht. great danger he 13 In, and l sin?
cerely hope that I may be Instrumental In sav?
ing him lrom the fate which seems to threaten
him/' Minister Washburnealso writes an ac?
count of his subsequent successful efforts with
the Commune for the protection of property of
Americans in Paris, and the release of. Ger?
mans and others cast Into prison by the Com?
mune. Among fjhe persons released by his
Intervention were two French sisters of chari?
ty, who had been dragged from their convent
by members of the national guard, and a Ger'
man priest. He afterwards visited the Arch?
bishop of Paris, taking him some newspapers
and a bottle ot old Madeira wine. He lound
him abo it the same as he was on the occasion ol
his previous visit, and manifesting the same
The Work of the Convention.
The Taxpayers' Convention has accom?
plished its work and adjourned. It is conce?
ded by nil parlies, and by all intelligent men
without regard to politics, that the Conven?
tion is cue or the most important delibera?
tive asiiemblies that has ever met in South
Carolina. The platform of the Convention
established the fact that the people meditate
no resistance whatever to the Government
of the United States; that they regard the
Reconstruction measures as finalities; that
they look tu time and peaceful agencies only
for the solution of any ditliculties lhat may
no? or lereufter exist in the administration
of the ailairs of the State; and. tinnily, that
certain measures of reform are essential to
the peace and prosperity of the Common?
wealth. Committees were appointed who
were charged with the duty of reporting
upon in?; existing public evils, and the rem?
edies therefor. These committees were com?
posed of the ablest citizens of South Caro?
lina- men who have many times before been
tried in council and not found wanting; the
men most distinguished for learning, judg?
ment, prudence and statesmanship, and
their vit ws have been presented with force
and moderation. Let"u3 briefly review the
results of their work:
L Tho plan of Cumulative Voting, to the
end that the taxpaying minority of sixty
thousand may be represented in the next
Legislature, has been adopted, after endorse?
ment by pronounced and leading Republi?
cans, and a committee appointed to press
the mat :er upon the General Assembly when
it next convenes'.
2. The credit of the State hos been
strengthened. The sum total of the public
debt is discovered to be, say $8,800,000, and
"the honor and funds of the State arc law?
fully pledged for'the redemption thereof."
A plan lias also been suggested for the more
advantageous manipjiktiou of the funded
debt lo the eud that expenditures muy be
3. It was solemnly declared that the Ster?
ling Loau, or any other obligations hereafter
issued by authority of the State, would not
be held binding on the people, and the tax?
payers were urged to resist ihe-puyment of
the same by all the legitimate means in their
power. A Committee of Five were also ap?
pointed lo confer with the representatives of
the Fire Loan Securities of the State with a
view to un early liquidation of these obliga?
4. A pledge was given by his Excellency
the Governor that be would use his influence
iu securing a change in the present election
law, so Hint the ballots would hereafter be
couuted in public, und temptations to fraud
5. It tras agreed by the Governor lhat the
penalty 'or the non-payment of the Novem?
ber tax would not be enforced until the first
of March, thus practically extending the
time of payment for the benefit of the tax?
6. The alleged frauds committed by the
Legislature in the passage of the Blue Ridge
Railroad bill were discussed, and the mutter
was referred to eminent counsel for further
7. The Governor admitted that the State
uud Conuty officers, elective and appointed,
were unnecessarily multiplied, and it was
agreed lo urge upon the General Assembly
tlie adoption of some plan' of retrenchment
and reform. His Excellency likewise prom?
ised to remove incompetent trial justices and
other officials, uud to replace them with per?
sons wt o enjoy the confidence of the com?
S. In view of the many frauds which have
been perpetrated, the Attorney-General was
requested to uttach the property of persons
in defac.il to the treasury, to proceed against
Hiern by legal process, in order that a public
example mav be made, uud to provide
suitable remuneration to informers.
9. Provision was made for a rigid investi?
gation of thc ailairs of the Land Commis?
10. The Governor und Attorney-General
were requested to require of the Fiscal
Agent of the State a bond, with sufficient
security, to protect the interests committed
to Iiis charge.
11. A series of recommendations to the
Legisla .ure were adopted, looking to the pas?
sage ol laws whereby honesty would be
secured in the administration of public af?
fairs, and a reduction of expense be effected
in various departments of the State Govern?
12. Ic was ordered that both tue Execu?
tive Committee and UieCoinraiu.ee of Eleven
have authority to continue iu permanent
session after thu adjournment of the Con?
vention; to call thu body together whenever
the exigency may require; and to appoint
sub-committees to proceed to New York and
to Columbia to aid in carrying out thc views
of the Convention, by co-operating"with
Governor, State officials and Legislatui
any efforts they may make to promote
prosperity of the State.
13. And, finally, it was recommends!
the Convention that aH secret organizati
without reference to their political charac
bc discountenanced by the people of
The action, of which we have givei
outline above, carries with it its own
comment. Calm, just and prudent, it
extorted the praise even of those" who
dieted that no gooi would come of the (
vention. It has already brought aboi
state of feeling that should produce the'l
piest results. "We shall now see whe
this temperate course on the part of
best men of South Carolina, speaking
the people, will have the weight it desei
with those who sway ker destinies.
HIERS-RAYSOR.-May 4th, 1871, by Rev.
P. Mouzon, Mr. C. M. HIKKS, of Colleton
Miss K. O. KA Vf OH, or Charleston.
5 jj en ul Notices.
pS- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his of
No. 68 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf,
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a persi
member for one year. Bibles are Kept on h
for distribution. The Society has one Colport
in the field, and solicits aid te Introduce anot
Persons interested In the work or seeking furl
information will please call.on the Treasurer.
J. TS. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos Treasurer C. B.
pS- GETTING MARRIED.-ESSA
FOR YOUNG MEN on great SOCIAL EVILS A
ABUSES which interfere with MARRIAGE-w
sure means of relief for the Erring and Unfoi
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent Tree, In s
cd envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATH
.No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ps- PERSECUTED 0 R G A N.-TJ
human stomach has been a shamefully persecu
organ. There was a time when for every dlrel
tionofduty lt was punished with huge dose?
thc most disgusting and nauseous drugs. In vt
It rejected them, and literally returned titi
upon the hands of those who administered the
They were forced upon it again and agata, ui
its solvent power was thoroughly drenched out
The world ls wiser now than lt was In tb
drastic era, when furious purgation and men
rial salivation were what Artemus Ward wou
have called the "main bolt" of the raculty,
cases of dyspepsia ami liver complaint.
Thegreat modern remedy for Indigestion ai
biliousness ls HOSTETTBR'S STOMACH BI
TE RS, a prenaratlon which has the merit of co:
bining a palatable flavor with such tonic, aperle
and autl-blllous properties, as were- never hei
cofore united In any medicine.
It has been discovered, at last, that sick peor
are not like the fabled Titans, who found prostr
Hon so refreshing that, when Knocked down, tin
rose from the earth twice as vigorous as befoi
When an invalid is prostrajed by powerful deple
lng drags he ls apt to stay prostrated ; and the d
bllltated being aware of the fact, prefer the bulli
lng up to the knocking down system, of trcatmen
JlOSTETTER'S BITTERS meets the requit
meuts of the rational medxal philosophy whit
at present prevails. It ls a perfectly pate vegct
ble remedy, embracing rhe three Important prq
ertiesof a preventive, atomic and au altera tl v
It fortines ihe body against disease, lnvlgorati
and revitalizes the torpid stomach and liver, an
effects a mest salutary change m the entire By
tem when lu r morbid condition,
tn this country where the enfeebling tempert
ture renders the human organization particular!
susceptible to unwholesome atmospheric lnUi
enees, the Bitters should bc taken as a proiectlo
against epidemic diabase._mayl3 ?DAC
pm- READ CAREFULLY
FEVER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known for Chills and Feve
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
.ls good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls a preventive of Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Kidney and Bladder Complaints
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls used all over the Work' by Physicians in theil
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for Gout. .
WOI FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls go> l for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'c JCHIEDAM SCHNAPP3
IB recommended try all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for colic and pulu in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls Imitated and counterfeited, aud purchasers will
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to call thc attention of the reader to
testimonials in lavor of the Schnapps:
I feel bound to say that l regard your SCHNAPPS
as being lu every respect pre eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events it
is the purest possible article or Holland gin, here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
s LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
1 feel that we have now au articie of gin suit?
able for such cases as that remedy is adapted to.
UR. J. W. BRIUUT.
"Schnapps" ts a remedy iu chronic catarrhal
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credlft*
able testimony to us etlleacy as a remedial agen'
lu Hie diseases for which you recommend ir.
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur?
races, willi a slight degree of stimulation, I re
gard it as one or the most important remedies In
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those ol
the geulto-uriuary apparatus. With much re?
spect/, your obedient servant,
CUAS. A. LEAS, M. D.,.Ncw York.
No. 2C PINK STREET, N. V.. Nov. 21,1SH7,,
UDOLPHO WOLFK. Esq., Pr?tent'. BEAK SUI-l
have made a chemical examination of a sample
uf your "Schiedam Schnapps,'' with the Intent, ol
determining if any foreign or injtiriuus siihsiauce
had been ad. le t to the simple uisitlleil spirits,
Tlie examination has resulted in the conclusion
that i he sample contained uo poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures. I hare been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances winch
aro sometimes employed in the adulteration ?.!
liquors. 1 would not hesitate to use myself, no.
to recommend to others, ror medicinal purposes,
the "Schiedam Schnapps" as an excellent and
unobjectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
yours. (Slgued) CHAS. A. SKELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY", I
18 Exeu ?NOE PLACE, N. V., NOV. JO, is67. j
?DULFH0 WOLFE, Esq. : DEAII SIR-Tho under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analysed a
sample ol your -'Aromatic Schiedam Scliapps,"
selected by ourselves, and have round Hie same
free from all organic or ?n?.r?aiiic substances;
more or less Injurious to health. From the result
or our examination we consider thc article oue of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
effectuai lu its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPE!., Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by ail respectable Grocers and Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
mar21-3iuos No. 22 BEA V ER ST lt E ET, S. T.
^CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-il ER
CHANTS Line Schooner LILLY wm discharge
cargo ac Adger'a North Wharf. Goods not taken
from wharf will be stored at Consign?es' expense.
Claims will not be allowed after goods are re?
moved. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
MW- UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S
OFFICE, SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT,
CHARLESTON, MAY 15,1S7L-The Special Depu?
ty United States Marsnals appointed by this* Of?
fice for duty at the Polls, In this City, during the
Election for Congressman, held on the 19th of
October, 1570, are requested to call at this Ofllce
'?^mediately and Bign the Pay-roll preparatory to
receiving compensation for services rendered by
them on above mentioned date.
lt. E. JOHNSON,
mayl5msth3_U. S. Marshal.
?3~ ALL PERSONS HATING CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late Rev. PHILIP GADS?
DEN, will present them duly attested; and those
Indebted, will make payment to
mayl5-m3?_ Qualified Executor.
f?t- UNITED STATES INTERNAL REV?
ENUE, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE SECOND DIS?
TRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, No. 48 BROAD
STREET, CHARLESTON, MAY IO, 1871.-NO.
TICE.-Special Taxes (Licenses) for DEALERS
IN LIQUOR OR TOBACCO, for the year end
log April so, 1872, are due and payable at this
office on or before the TWENTIETH OP MAT, 1871.
may 10-6 w. R. CLOUTMAN, Collector.
. p?- OFFICE OP THE SOUTH CAROLI
NA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLES?
TON, S. C., APRIL 15,1871.-The tenth Instalment
of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE will be payable on
15th May proximo:
In Charleston, at the office or the Company, No,
1 J Broad street.
In Sumter, to Major Joseph Johnson.
In Manning, to Dr. G. Allen Huggins.
WM. H. PERONNEAU,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of thc Land Commission, that,
from and arter the first day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DELARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
ColuruMa, February 23,1871._marti
PST APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS?
MISSAL.-Notice ls hereby given that thc under?
signed, JOHN A. BARKSDALE, Executor of. the
estate or COLLYAR D. BARKSDALE. deceased,
will apply for a final discharge and letters dla
fnlssory, as Executor of<said estate, before his
Honor CEORGE BUIST, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Charleston County, at hhs. office, on WEDNESDAY,
the 21th day or May, A. D. 1871. at 12 o'clock M.
JOHN A. BARKSDALE, Executor.
April 22d. 1871. apr24-mwfimo
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leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug,
gists. Factory No. 16 Bot.d street, New York.
THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially In
those who an; Teething. A safe and secure reme?
dy ls all Important, nnd mothers will find such a
one in DR. BAER'S GERMAN SOOTHING COR?
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generally. JNO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia.
A full supply on hand by
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DRESSMAKING ATTENDED TO AS USUAL.
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g U M ME R BI) A R DI N G . ~
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opon during toe summer of 1ST 1 for thc receptijn
ot' permanent aud iran Meut guests.
rite rooms arii large, airy amt well furnished.
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HI . cet, three doors soutn of Soclctv street, respect
roily states to ino smoking, 0 ewing andSnuf
Ung publie, that ii?: luis eoiitiluilod i outrer extra
ind?cemeos 'o Wholesale and Retail Consumers
of CIGAR-*, i'or. u.vo, .sNUKF. AC., bj disposing
ul lils StiK:K ai Bitch i>rtces as to soenre a large
?nd reliante trade, AU extensiv? a il complete
as-ortut- m ol ul] articles in Uno of business h
kept coiistaml on hand irwinn a laclhty of
tllliog, -.Vitiumi delay, ill orders e.um ted to him.
accooipaiui'M wi'II ash or draft. '>n ivspoiislbie
holts?? In (lie city. PnrctroserH are requested to
examine ins perfect stock Defer . trading else?
where. WM. >HR()DER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Cu ar Store,
S^^DRBW^'??DGE IO, A. F. M.
The Regalar Communication of this Lodge
witt be held THIS EVES USG, ut 8 o'clock, at Ma?
sonic Hall. AU the Members of thisLodge are re?
quested to be punctual in attendance. Business
of great Importance will be transacted.
By order W. M.
mayl5 L. P. SPElsSEQf?ER, JR., Sr-crptary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You nre hereby summoned to at?
tend jm Extra Meeting of your Companv at your
hall, on THIS (Monday) EVENING, 15th Instant,?t8
'?'clock. Prompt attendance of every member ls
desired, as business of importance will bc trans?
acted. Honorary and Contributing Members are
Invited to attend. By order of the President.
ARTHUR M. COHEN,
mavis_Secretary E. 3. F. E. Co.
PHONIX STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend an Extra Meeting of your
Company, Tms EVENING, at half pnst 8 o'clock.
By order of the President. G. E. DAVIS,
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION. ^THE
Kegnlar Monthly Meeking of the Associa?
tion will beheld at Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING,
at 8 o'clock, nt which time the funds on hand will
he sold. Arrears received during the day"at No.
135 Meeting street, and at the-meeting.
. WM. B. STEEDMAN.
maylS_'Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB .-AN
Extra Meet lng will be held at tue Hali in
Society street, THIS EVENING, loth Instant, at 8
o'clock. By ortler J." F. HUNT, President.
m ay 15_PETER FALLON, Secretary.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned
to attend an Extra Meeting of your Company, at
your Hall. Tms EVRNING, isth in-t., at 8 o'clock?-1
Be punctual, as business of Importance will bo
By order of JAMES M. CARSON, Pr?sident.
W. FITZ GIBBON,
maylS Secretary W. F. E. Co.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend an Extra Meeting of the Company,
at the Engine-House, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock
precisely. Members will bo punctual In atten?
By order of President BUIST.
mavis_WM. G. MILLER. Secretary.
TTVTNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
JCI? PANY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting o?
youi company will be held THIS KVESINO, 15th
instant, at half-past 8 o'clock. A full attendance
of members is'renuested, Honorary and Contrib?
uting espcci?liv. *
By order. JOHN Mc LEP* IL.
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PASY.-Atrend an Extra Meeting or your
Company, at Hull, State street, Tms EVESINO, at
8 o'clock. A full attendance ls desired.
By order. E. G. CfTUPEIN.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend an Extra Meeting of
your Company, at your Hall, Tms (Monday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
ny order of the Pre-ldent.
mayl5 GEO. A. CALDER Secretary.
TWO HOUSES IN SUMMERVILLE TO
renr, either for the summer or entire year.
Gue very nice House, with finest Lot in the Vil?
lage. The oilier, au infetlor one. but with exten?
sive Lor. well supplied with Shade Trees. For
terms and further particulars, apply to JOHN
G ?DSDEN, corner Ashley and Camion streets.
TO RENT, FOR THE SUMMER, A .FINE
Residence, fully furnished, at Flat Rook, N.
C., on the Malu Road, near the Church. For
terms, apply to JAMES R. PRISGLE k SON, No.
? Adder's Mirth Wliirf, Charleston, S. C.
may 5-mthi _
TO RENT, ~ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a Bakery, Store and Dwelling, all on same lot,
cunvciilent to landing, Apply at this office.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. SST Smith street. Possession
given Immediately. Apply at No. 8 Licerty street.
TO RENT. PLEASANT ROOMS OR
part of a House, in Ring street, near the
Battery. Apply at No. 28 King street,
may 13-2* ?
ROOMS TO REST, ON FIRST FLOOR,
to parties without children. Apply ar. No.
IS Hiebe sireer._ma vi-.'-l*
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT AIKEN,
IO LET for the suunm-r. at. moderate rent,
fetches and Grapes for lamtly use supplied
grails. Address J. C. DERBY, Alkea, S. C.
rpo RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
X 'he Town of Anderson, S. C.-a beautiful
cm inge, containing six rooms, partlally-furmsned.
The garden is lu a high state nf Cultivation, and
the surroundings ail mat can lie desired for sum?
mer comfort and pleasure. From May to October
Hiern Is not a more agreeable locality in South
carolina. Apply til F. G. Di FONTAINE, at tin
Mdls House,'or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. C.
ap i l 7
AGOOD SECOND-HAND Ti'LER COT?
TON COM PRESS, nearly complete, for sale
ny the vviiminniou amt Weldon Railroad Compa?
ny, at $1500, ne irlj is unod as new. Apply to S.
L F K EM ON i', Buglueer aud superintendent,
EI<Oli SALE, SEVERAL SEWING .MA?
CHINES, of gool quauty, which are offered
heap. Call at No. 27 ijuecn street, betwee
.(..conn and Church street*_tcM j
ABARGAIN !-Ttl PttINPEblS AND
BOOK BIND EUS.-A RiigKlos Wood Frame
Paper launer, will ne -old low Tor cash. Is neatly
new. cuts SS Inches, and has an extra knife. No,
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TUE
NEWS Job oiticc. tuarttt
SINGLE GENTLEMEN AND A GENTLE?
MAN and his wife, eau Hud pleasant Rooms
and reasonable Board, a: No. 'JO I'itt street.
ft LMtlC Urti 5.
REMOVAL.-WILLIAM WHITE HAS
remov.nl to Chapel mercer, between Alex?
ander ami Washington, opposite Northeastern
Kaitroud Fl eight Depot. Will as usual attend io
talcking up and lay lui of Carpets Matting. Ac.
Experienced in Cleaning of tine Paints, Seourn.g.
Whitewashing, ic. Ah orders promptly and
MADAME LUZ IE li, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, nan removed to No. SSH KINO
> li.- KIT, cast side, liol ween Market and Hasel
VTOTK'E.-T Lt ti "EQUITABLE LtLb'E
?S ASSURAN'CK SUCIKTY," of New y(,rK. harv
lemo veil from No. Ht Meemi;: street to their
,nv ..tilce. No. ai BROAii STIlKET.
WM. 15. SHAW,
febl?l iisneral Atrenr.
LOST, ON UE.YIOLHA L DAY BETWEEN
the Cemi rcry und Railroad, one Lud:-'
UOL.DBKAUKLET. I hu finder wnl ne rewarded
by leaving the same at inssEt.L'S, NO IS-'. Meet?
ing sireer._ ' may 15-1
HORSE S Td!, E N. -TWENTY-FIVE
li'iLLARS HEWUti) I-Stolen, on Sunday
uiiiiit, May 7, from my pun e, ueur Uatuuerg, one
SORREL HOUSE. 7 years old. round Only, a'out
15 hands high; one while hind font, sn ail white
luotin forehe.i i amt spun* lng nf while hair in
thu mane. I Will pay Hie above reward for his
lelivi-ry to nie. ? ra proportionate sum for any In
rurmailon leading to bl? recove y.
A. R. MILUOUa,
may io-wf ma Bamberg l'Ottofnce, s. c.
paODUCBjCOMillSSION UBBCHAN I'S,
s"o. 70 BARCLAY ANO NO. 222 OKGEXWICU STREETS,
Seeeivcrs of Oreen and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
lil kiuds of Farm and Carden Produce.
our location and facilities for selling Fruits ami
Tegeiables are unsurpassed m New ?brk.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent free to Ship?
pers. AU correspondents and questions cheer
RBFKRriXCB.-C. II. Litlonxhal, Tobacconist,
Sew York. aprl4
having good prarnrago lands desires So en?
gage In raising stoeR, 8 nd ts prepared to ofter In?
ducements to a capitalist who will Join him tn,
the business. Per particulars, apply to WARD
LAW A CAREW, corner Broad and Stats streets.
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT IN TOWN
or country, -toy an experienced Wheel
wright BES* MCCONNEL, No. 63 Calhoun t.treet.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. R?FER
ENCE reqnlred. Apply at northwest
orner of Klug and Morris streets. mayU-1*
WANTED, A COMPETENT TEACHER.
Best of reference! required. Address p.
0. Box No.,169._ mayl3-2
AYOUNG LADY JN THE COUNTRY
. wishes a situation as Companion or Louse
Keeper In the city or country. For terras, and
other particulars, address "B," DAILT NEWS
entice. aprtS S
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing not less than
loor square rooms. The western part or the city..
or the neighborhood of the Battery preferred. Ad
dress, stating location and lowest rent, "Tenant,"
oince of THE NEWS. apris
?ITY OF CHARLESTON STOCK
Wanted by E. M. MORELAND, Broker, ?j
mayi5-l? No. 29 Broad stieet.
JTO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
10 tons CHINCHA ISLAND No. 1 PERUVIAN,
GUANO. For sale by W. B. SMITH Sc 00'.,
may 15-1 Napier's Range.
(Sroceriis, liquors, &z.
700 bbls. Fine, Extra and Family FLOUR.
For sale by T. J. KERR Sc CO.
H 0 I C E MAT BUTTER
Receiving oh commission bleach steamer
from the North, through S. A. Lambert, and now
Fresh lots of Choice Old and Choice New MAY
BUTTER, for Inspection to the trade. ?? * *
may J No. 209 Bast Hay.
pAUL B. LALANE & CO.,
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS,
No. 171 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 3. C.,
HAVE ON HAND, AND WEEKLY RECEIVING*
SHOULDERS, SIDES, STRIPS AND HAMS
Flour, Sugar. Coffee and Pork
Syrup' Molasses, Butter and Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring
With a full and well selected Stock of GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market rates.
?-COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
Also, always on hand, those good
PATAPSCO S. C. HAMS.
s JJ ATHOR S SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binnluger'8 Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, In quart Jars
Assorted French Fruits, In own Juice, put up In
glass stoppered decanters
French Pickles, in rancy Jars
India Currie, In flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, in glass pots
Queen's Ulives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, in flasks, and neugal Cnntney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.
janli_'_No. 275 King si reet.
VTEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
J3I CHEESE, AC.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Ll dd Im?
itation English caeese. Mild Factory Oheeee, Pine?
apple Cheese, You g America Cheese, Elds m and
Sap ?ago Cheese, Extra Smoked fougues and
breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Bee:*, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Plc- led Ox Tongues.
Dutlleld's, American, WbeStphalla, wi: Raker,
Extra star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
jami No. 275 King sireet.
REM EN LAGER BEER
B, E. BEDFORD,
anil No. Sib King snreet.
FUR THE SIGNS OF TUE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST AHUIVES AT
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 338 King street,
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lor. or that very superior YOUNG
HYSON TEA, willoh delights all Tea connoisseurs
who have ever tried 1% and which I seil at the low
price of $1 50 per pound. This Tea ls guarunteed,
and lam willing to reiund the money to a ay pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot of CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES)
AND FISH, of fie must approved brands, which
will tie sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Lagaayra an 1 Java
Coffees, fresh every day. The roasting li done
upon the premises, under my persoual super?
vision. Quality and kinds guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CHINA I
fea Sets of plain French China, 44 pieces, for $8
Tea sets, gold baud French China, 44 plews, for
A large assortment of French China for table
use. Also, Fancy China Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tete-a Teto Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hard?
ware, Wooden ware, Baskets, Looking Glasses,
and a general assortment of House Furnishing
Goods-sold twenty-five per cent, cheaper than
Special attention paid to count ry orders, .accom?
panied with cash.
All Inquiries by letter promptly answerer!.
No charge for packmg or delivering to any part
of the city.
marl?-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
AGENEfi & MONS EES,
Nus. 16) AND 165 EAST BAY AND NOS. 2 AND 4
Have In Store and receiving daily a lat ge as?
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting in part of :
BACON, HAMS. poRK. BEEF, MACKEREL, MU
L ASSES, Pl OUR. SUGAR, LARD, SALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE TEAS, Ac, Ac.
.WAGENER Sc MONSEES
Continually have In stove a large aid veli se?
lected assortment of
S HIP GROCERIES,
delivered free of cartage to'vessels.
' WAG RN ER & MONSEES,
Agents for Isodur, Bush & Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
SPARKLING GRAND DUCHESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and have if. store,
CUU'OE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE.
In sixty gallon casks and demlj' nus. These Wines
are equal to any Imported Wines in every respect.
QHARLES HEJmSIECK CHAMPAGNEST
SILLERY AND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANL?E *
.CO., Proprietor of the Ghat. Leovllle and Brown
Canftnac Clareta. A full-assortment of the above
Wines for sale by aRorinclpal Grocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF A CO.
100 bbls.' CRUSHED, EA, Ex. C, C and YEL?
For sale by HENRY COBIA A CO.
ra ay 18-2
gMOKED BEEP AND TONGUES,
Small Sized Pig Harra,
Oregon Salmon, Fresh/and Pickled,
Choice New May Butter.
" Just received by W. H. WELCH,
' s. w. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
jd^AU Gooils'delivered Jree. maylS
FOR PURE TEAS,
GO TO WILSON'S.
FOR THE BBST TEAS, n"
GO TO WILSON'S.
FOR PURE GROUND COFFEE,
GO TO WILSON'S.
TO SEE THE NEATEST STORE IN THE CITY,
GO TO WILSON'S.
HAVE YOU TRIED MY DOLLAR TEA ?
FOR SALE AT WILSON'S.
No, 308 SING STREET.
ALL GOOBS DELIVERED FREE
STRICTLY CHOICE TABLE BUTTER,
A SPEOIALTY AT WILSON'S.
BUTTER KEPT ON ICE
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
NO OHARGE FOR PACKING GOODS
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
WILSON'S, No. 306 KING STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY STS.
UST RECEIVED, -f
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS,
? ' (Helmbold's,)
By DB. H. BAER,
may 15_ No. 131 Meeting street.
EL MB OL D ' S B UCHU!
Helmbold's Rose Wash
Heubold's Catawba Grape Pills.
For sale by DB. H. BAER,
maylS_No. 131 Meeting street.
gPONGES! SPONGES I
Just received a fine assortment
Surgeon's Sponge, Ac, Ac.
For sale by DB. H. BAER,
maylS No. 131 Meeting street.
For your Children, use none other than the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
Mit coutams no Anodyne. For sale by the
anufacturer, DB. H. BAER.
Aud also to be had at all Drug stores,
iHaci)inerSi Castings, &c.
J^ITTA B LIT H E D~T8 44.
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN P. TAYLOR & CO.?
(Successors to Cameron A Co.,)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, ?c.. ?c.
Corner East Bay and Pritchard streets, near the
, Dry Dock,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Marine, Stationary and-Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting, Pulleys and Gearing
Iron Fronts for Buildings
Castings of every kind in Iron or Brass
Forgings or every description.
SS" Guarantee to furnish Engines and Bollera
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates
as can be nad In New York, Baltimore or Phil?
AGENTS FOR .
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, which are put on all Engines made at
49- Repairs promptly attended to.
mario-m w fom osnfcc
Uns mesa Caros.
No. 3 9 9 KING STREET, ^
PIANO TONER AND TEACHER OF VIOLIN,
FLUTE AND GUITAR,
Respectfully Informs all music lovimr neople
thal he has always on hand a tine assortment of
VIOLINS, GUITARS, Flutes, Fifes, Drums, Fln
tlnas, German and French Accord?ons, Music
Boxes, Strings, Self-bludlng Music Foaos, Music
Paper and Blank Books, and over live hundred
Songsand Pieces of Hitchcock's five and ten
ceut Music for the Piano.
All sorts of MCS1CAL INSTRUMENTS RE?
Country orders for Piano Tuning attended to.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT ANO OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STBEET, CHARLESTON', S. C.
Patent Thief Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
JEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HC ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
lu their season.
Sos. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
RKFEBBNCSS. -S. A. Lambert,, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 Eist Bay, Charleston, s. C. apri3-3^os