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"Wednesday Mor?ine:, "April 12. 1971-'
Louie Napoleon baa bees received with
many courtesies in England, to which.he
returns na powerless ns when he loft it,
aboty'twe$t;H|hr^3 to la un oh
his bark npon the troubled waters which
followed fte ?v?r&row of Lo?is Phil
lipno. His life bau boon replete with
fllii^ .?traBis'.'; m? obii?
hcod was passed in 1 the splendor of the
first Imperial court ; then be was an exile,
driven from country to country; then au
Italian insurrectionist; next he made
himself ridiculous by his Quixotic enter
prises ; nt Strasbourg, and subsequently
at Boulogne, both having in view the
throne of F run oe; afterwards he WUB a
prisoner nt Hum, and theuoe escaped to
England, wher? ho passed his time in
l?tViary labore, until, a mau of middle
ftgeT:h?,yionl*. to France, in 1848, to be
como- tho ruler of that -country end the
mr^Vj^ifenbwue'd ' monarch Of " ;Edrb?&
During.his reign, in 1855, Napoleon and
Eugenio visited' Queen ' Victoria in her
own .dominions. Both tho coiirt and the
people received him . with enthusiasm.
?bo palaoejrof -Victoria tnazeij -with" fes?
tivities in "honor'of tho. imperial guests.
Tho IiondoQ,' Times of .that dato su i il:
"?'They .Wjere 'tho aaaWiUfCrtva cbuneotcd
thc tvdrld ?n irnperishabio t?fst?mony of
their'appr?ciation, their amply-founded
nppreolation, of fortitude in 'troubles,
energy in action, cburagd "amidst' 'dan?
gers] 'abd olemenoy. amidst triumphs.
They honored the. wisdom - and probity
which, occupied V mig h ty t h ro u o, rt nd
honored the thousand princely qualities
whack had won it; they honored the
great man who bad retrieved the prospe?
rity and the power of France; they hon?
ored the good sovereign whose ohief care
is the-welfare of blapooplo, and who has
o?ened -?t?'fcrr France* a new c?r?nr of
..3? .nr.it: I i*5tj tiT:i:; . Ru* U .' -; "'
nnprecednn ted success:" ; What a ohange
iijr^&^TO^oi|^bi ,'the'. ?jmperor ?ince
that timel It is to tho credit, however,
ot/Ebgliahmeb, that "fall?b greatness"
ItB^?B^Tr^eiVBd' %t JeaSfr-withTeevebt.
Whatever may be the merits or demerite
of Napoleon in o thor respects, it is un?
deniable th it tho Bon ti monta of esteem
and ?sympathy for the English people
which-h?"oXpresand when ?ret an exile ic
ibcir cu ii ut ry, 'wore carried with him tc
the French throne, nnd that he was fl
tr ri? ally of ' England. Nothing would
have beep easier than for Louis Napoleon
to'tiavo encouraged the ancient passion
of France to avenge Waterloo, but he
Bad .; the ' intelligence and firmness to
shape the policy of the nation towards
its'iormefr adversary in conformity with
what he conceived to be its best inter?
ests, as well as those of general civiliza?
tion. / If iipywhero the fallen Emperor
should receive a hospitable refuge, it is
The jury in the' case of the Beaufort
Commissioners of Eleotion, charged with
fraud in tho recent election, (the case
having been on trial for several days be?
fore Judge Bryan, in Charleston,) re?
turned the following verdict:
':)f^??^\tia defendants, Alfred Wil
Haina'(white) and L. 8. Langley (color?
ed;) Igdilty on all fonr of the counts in
tbp'indictmont, and B. H. (Heaves guilty
ts" to tho fourth count, and recommend
them to the meroy of the court."
i. . -. -, r-?? ?
SPIRIT ?Vj THE NoirrnERN* PBKSS
TjU^T^9W".WnHpTjr 'KBFBBSBNTATIOrl. -
In the last number of the Nation is o
powerful le Ador on the crisis in South
Carolina. After printing the resolution!
adopted by'tho Chamber of Commerce
?n^S^BlIS? Trade pf Charleston, the
Ns?ipnl?osa a: en ta aa follows:
In tho presence of this disgraceful and
TsriprCbedented' state of things, the ma
?ority of ' tho property-holders and tax
payers ' of the State are excluded fron
?ny share in logialation. It is not won
derful, therefore, that t'io meeting, aftei
declaring tbut the: taxes aro corruptly
rftiaod^ded^m provide ii t!y spent, and timi
tb?^cfbc?itpf tb,? State has been pledget
?llegs?ly^?ud tkfct it h now proposed tc
pledge it for atilt' f?'rth?r loans by a nev
?BOUOTC? boudo, &n-jc;;nced that the tux
payers and proparty-holdars of Charles
ton will ' not hold 'these bonds binding,
and ?will resist j all taxation for tho pay
maana in their power." .We add oui
warning,to that; o? ; tho meeting. It k
impossible that, .the liabilities wbioh tlx
carpot-b?t/feaVerb'mehta at the South an
creatit?g'?ari be fairly met when sooiet*
got3 iu^ats n^Bmal ,conditions, and an
?np^Ojtqkea t h cae pow bonds not onl'
helps t>5 snstain a pack of great knave:
in tho Wjoyniebt of their plubder, bu
to&ea^thbYodghly bad, seonrity. .
notb'di? iiirn in the New York (Jom'mer
eU^lA^fvtis?y h^ih^M Runion Fu
Comgaoy, whft UflQd tta ship' 40,000.fa
ealltfbtaf ?l;rimrtrdm''Alaakoj'*?ns boei
will soob bo extinct.
? TIio Situation and the Htmtiljr.
MB. JEPITOK: Tho eccmtinuedimpprtn
n i ties pf'friends, woo &Haoh' \vapre yulue
tu my/views than tMyjnre ?sri iii tiento j
maleo nie aak a|?paomn yotjtr ibdlUmpa. f
Whfle 1 suggest^?em'ed^ojfrtnjr prc?
amt grievances, I must, aay I hare little
hope that those wiro now have tho power
in their banoVwill ever willingly submit
to its least abatement. I look, rather,
for relief in the overthrow of the national
Radical party, to whioh tho enormities
praotioed in thia Statu are io no email
As to the doable tax proposed to be
collected in November, I would say
resist il in every viay short of aotti?l rebel?
lion. The whole difHoulty, though, may
he removed by the authorities requiring
no tax to beoolleoted io November, 1871,
a half tax in March, 1872. and then a
whole tax in November, 1872. In such
an arrangement we ought to acquiesce.
This diappses of an exceptional grievance
of great magnitude. But there are others
of - a permanent nature and of greater
importance, the existence of which pre?
cludes the idea of peace, law and order,
as long as the.blood of tho Anglo-Saxon
or Cavalier courues through our veins.
I refer to the monstrous system of election
frauds praotioed upon us, the wholesale
robbery of our properly under the guise
of -taxation, and the squandering of. the
money raised . by taxation for purposes
o^ber than the wants of an honest go?
vernment. These ..wrongs cannot be
remedied by a chango of the qualifica?
tions, of voters.or. of office-holders, nor
by a cha n ge ,'df ' pur presen t system o f
representation. A conclusive reason is
that these changes cannot be mado; nor
will the party in power ever consent that
we shall have a majority in the Senate,
whioh confirma appointments by the
Governor, or in the House, the majority
of which determines the selection of
United States Senators and Judges.
All we can ask, with any expectation
of our request being complied with, is to
have a check power npon taxation and
appropriations given us. This can be
done by the Constitution being BO
- 1, To require four managers of oleo- j
tiona at euch election preoinot, two of
whom are to be chosen by eaoh political
party in the Counties; to have the votes
counted as soon as the polls are closed,
and the results aggregated the second
day after, by two from each box, (ono
from eaoh political party,) assembling at
the County seats.
2. To require for the passage of every
bill imposing taxes, assessing the value
of property for -taxation, borrowing
money or raising revenue in any way,
and of every bill making appropriations,
creating any debt or liability, or lending
the faith and credit of the State in any
way, it to receive the vote of three-fourths
ol the members of each house, tho same
to be ascertained by a vote by yeas and
nays, made of record on the journals of
3. To provide that upon the adoption
of the two foregoing amendments, all
Acts, and parts of Acts, relating to the
assessment of property, for taxation, the
imposition of taxes, and providing for
elections by the people, shall cease and
be no longer of force, upon the fin>t
meeting of. the General Assembly there?
after held; and that all Acts, and parts
of Acts, relating to the aforesaid sub?
jects, passed by any General Assembly,
shall cease to be of force upon the ad?
journment of the first session of the
General Assembly next elected.
This is asking us little of the Republi?
can party us will ensure us relief from
the enormities we are now suffering. By
these amendments no right or privilege
now possessed by our colored citizens
would in the least be impaired; while
their real interests would be promoted.
Is there enough justice in the Republi?
can party to grunt us the protection
whioh these amendments would afford?
Aud have our colored citizens the good
sense to acquiesce in a proposition so
reasonable and moderate?
JAMES H. RION.
WINNSBOBO, S. C., April ll, 1871.
SOMETHING ABOUT CAitrET-BAoaEits
A REPUBLICAN NE war AV KB ON THE RAM?
PAGE.-The Orangeburg News, which
dunns to be a Republican paper, but
which professes to deplore "the dis
honesty, the corruption, the oppression
that have been committed by men who
have come here as the representatives
and leaders, and who have disgraced tho
party name-aye, humanity itself!"
pitches iuto the carpet-bag fraternity
with red-hot shot. An editorial in thc
?last number of that paper says, ou this
Behold the menl Look at them ns we
point the gaze of tho coramuuity at
them. See them, as thev como hore,
and prowl, and stir up a blataut Repub?
licanism, and obtain offioel For what
do they seek, and stoop, and obtain
office? Say you for the perp?tuation of
Republican. principles? Ridiculous
farcel Aroh-fiendiah hjnocrisy! What
caro they for the party? " Foul vultures,
birds of carrion, they have scented the
prey, the oaroasa from afar, and are here
to gloat and gorge upon it. They seek
offioe for its pay-for what they can
make out of it by every haman nnd
demon artifice-by every wile and strata?
gem and speculation and cunning-of
fraud, of peculation, of larceny, of rob?
bery, of oppression! These are the men
over whose crimes the Republican party,
in its integrity, weeps. These ere tho
men over whoso thefts and wrongs this
ornshed .people howl ?and rage in their
seething mini These aro. tho toen
against.whoae'echemea'dr robbety, to be
fed ?Mth/.tbe}. ??s^Vi^x?a $Y out of
this people, wo have ; raised our. voice. in
enmmor/ with our' weeping State.
qt l>i)ilvi;i 'im ??i!-J|/ tiff... ??: .
' 'A^?'rnemb??^rir' O?n'gVes?;;:(rdtti /Utah
being asked tn derision hoiv many twives
be had, answered, "ju&tienangbjtoikec-p
me from running after other people's."
Hur.b. Tre?1mb?t pf
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prjho..Herald's correspondent, writ?isg
JrJ&? %i?#n &|H^>H
??be oily, pas boen tba t^e?d oKwtfch
oxbitemeutduring the gani; ibrbefd ay s?r>
Grorujtiu? ramming io XT?ri3 B??oiiy ?U?
cnn He. Large crowds collect bron ed the
different Blore? where proprietors have
been away daring tho war and return te.
their former business oobupations. On
Thursday, considerable excitement pre
Vailed-ot tho Hotel Obarenn. Daring
-ibo day? o mob lind notified their iuten
tion of shutting it .pp, etatiug the pro?
prietor tr? bo a Pr usa! an. i Many English
and American families left "double
quick" for safer quarters. The Germans
are now returning; but, if they are all
received aa I know a number huve been,
Germany will .understand that her last
word with France is not said. Numbers
who left their families hore to protect
their property during their service in the
Prussian army risk their lives by at?
tempting to settle down again in Paris.
The feeling exhibited is savage, and to
such an extent is this feeling shown that
foreigners have to be cautious and make
known their nationality in some quarters
of the city, or else they expose them?
selves to ali kinds of insulte and assaults.
On the Champs Elysees, I witnessed one
of these exhibitions of hatred. A crowd
of gimins were playing, and a young
American passed.in the midst. "Il est
Prussien/" was the cry.; He walked on,
and no notice was taken. Directly, an
old- lady, dressed in deep mourning,
passed e-lowly ulong. "Ah, Prussienne!"
they cried. . 'The bid lady, who is a Prus?
sian, looked, in astonishment, when
they rushed upon her ?nd tore her bun
net and' dress in tatters, and, had not a
few soldiers interfered, she would have
been foully dealt with-with their -cries
of "to the water I" &c. This utate of
things continues, nud tho authorities
take no pains to put it down, nnd, in
moit cases,'the innocent suffer.
Three Bavarian officers w?re arrested
yesterday and taken to thu Muzas prison.
Henry Bindler, the great ourringo build?
er, who employs gonerally' frrJm 600 to
800 workmen, placarded on bis large
factory,' Boulevard Haussman?, "No
Germans who have been serving against
the Frenoh cause employed." Several
other large houses which have recently
re-opened have also done the same thing.
It is incredible how strongly the feeling
of hatred manifests itself. The French
are going earnestly to work to repair the
misfortunes of their oouutry, and will
now show' their industry by doing tho
work that they havo given the Germans
en-vinsse to do. They have gobo so far
as to preyobt tho German language in
tbe'sohdol? of the Govornm?ot?
- Another letter, dated Boulogne, March
1 lib, bas-tho fbliowing on the same sub?
ject: 1 ' \
During tho past week, scarcely, a day
bas passed without the packet "Inuits to
Boulogne bringing over from -England a
number, more or less considerable, ol
Germans desirous of returning to Puris.
In consequence of their papers uot bear?
ing the visa of the French Consulate in
London, which refuses permission to nov
Germans to return to France, the Ten
tons huve been arrested on their arrival
at Boulogne by police agents, who have
to consult the authorities before allowing
any foreigner whose papers are not in
order to proceed on his voyage. The
sous prefect do Boulogne bas thought
proper to apply tho old law relating tc
passports to tho Germans in question,
and they were therefore ordered to re?
turn whence they came.
As a last resource, the Germans, con
sidering themselves us still tinder the
protection of the American authorities,
notwithstanding the conclusion of peace,
have regularly appeuled for a risa to Mr.
John de la Moutngnie, the Amenest
Consul at Boulogne, by ?vhom they wert
informed that, oven supposing he coule
still a'low them the advautage of his in
ilueuce as representative of the Unitet
?States of America, they wonld certainly
be exposed to two great dangers if per
milted to continue their vojngo to Paris
One of those dangers consisted in th(
fact that if they were recognized in tin
Prussian lines, they would either bo im
prisoned or shot fur not having answerer
to their country's call when th? wai
broke ont; and the other in the ver*
great probability that they would In
massacred when recognised us Germaui
Tho sub-prefect of Boulogne verj
kindly informed them that be wished ti
avoid tho crime of assassination, ti
which they would bo exposed in Franco
and therefore insisted upon their retun
to England. Idost of the Germans ii
question appeared to bo thoroughly nu
conscious of the irritatetl state of feeliuj
existing against them throughout France
and imagined that because pence hat
boen made, they would bo allowed to re
same their former occupations in tin
French enpiial, to which thoy were ni
bound. One obstinate Bavarian insistec
that, with a passport from tho "Bavaria!
Minister," ho was entitled to travel any
wherel Io this aase, however, tho Bava
rinn proposed, but tho French sub-pro
Tho result was, that on Thursday ant
Friday last, twenty-three Germans" wer
sent buok to England at half prioe, u
the expense cf tho American Consul
who, although his political mission is a
nu end through tho declaration of peace
has still a large stock of humanity left oi
band for the relief of the viotims of th
war, whether they bo Frenoh or Gorman
--o- ? ?
St. Mary's Mission, a town of 400 o
500 inhabitants, twenty-five milos Wes
of Topeka, Kansas, has been destroyci
by fire. It is,reported that only th.
railroad.depot was saved.
Two ladies.on'? Mifes?nr? railway trail
! recently got their babies mixed, am
couldn't tell them apart. They tossei
up a cent to decido- the matter: Ifi NJ *
i '?'flre' in tlty'W.dbtIs,f^'!ff^?',^ M? dc
stroyed . .Sandy:? Preek Church, nea
Athens, Ga , last week.
The colored Lieutenant-Govemor ol
tbs 'State-.A. ~J. -BdQ?ier>-r-:bua ^een
Writing a BeWayof articles OD KPnr
^Troubles.'* HpVtkuB closes tin hW*
letter, giving bl? plan pf reii?f:
Wmki the leafrbg men aO botli
white and colored ruco come together in j
convention, say each choose one of their
own from each County in tho State.
Xet them meet calmly, dise?es the aiton
tiou and determine what is host to be
done as to matters of taxation, and the
general policy of the Administration.
In the first place, let them ask of the Ad?
ministration, in view of the high rate of
taxation this year, (or for 1870.) the
postponement of the collection of the
taxes for 1871, which, nuder the amend?
ed Act, wonld occur next November,
thoa bringing the collect ions of taxes for
1870 and 1871 w;'.biu six months or so of
eaoh other, which is of vital moment to
both classes and all conditions of our
people. In tho second place, let them
ask of the Governor (who appreciates
tho s?uatioo) a certified statement of the
publio debt up the latest possible ? mo?
ment, and invite him and other officers
having the immediate control of our
finances to give their opinion as to our
financial condition, where benefit is to
be derived from the sterling fund Act to
the State, and as to other matters as may
be calculated to inspire confidence in
our securities, and thus satisfy those of
our moneyed men at homo and abroad,
and give such other guarantees as will
secure confidence in tho ability und wil?
lingness nf the Administration to pro?
tect life nod property in tho State. In
the third place, let them consider thc
militia organizations, propose such
amendments to the militia law as may
bo deemed advisable, and recommend
upon all other matturs -tho powers and
duties of County Commissioners, ?c., ns
iu their wisdom may seem to call for
amendment?, corrections, &c. Some
such thing will, in my humble judgment,
accomplish more substantial good than u
convention of "tux-payers," or of the
whites exclusively, or any of the many
plans suggested; and I moat respectfully
ask my wbito and colored friends, and
tho people of both classes, to consider
these suggestions, which do not involve
the political opinions of any one, or ne?
cessarily destroy the organization of on J
or the other politicul party.
"The object of suggesting a mixed
convention-t. e. a representation ^f
both races-:s, first, because it is right
and proper in itself that it should be so;
and next, whatever is done 'by such a
body would, at least morally, bind both
classes of otu- people, and go far towards
laying the foundation of b'arbjonioua re?
lationships between'theta. .?This'bught
to bo desirable, and seems'to me entirely
practicable and easy of accomplish m ?ut,
the only thing being necessary is for one
class to throw away certain prejudices,
and the mother a feeling of distrust nud
want of confidence in the other. Thc
future then will tako eire of itself.
Will this be tried? .
DKATH OP A PARTICIPATOR IN A FAMOUS
SCENE -Wo announced a day or two
since the death of Mrs. Sarah Hand, ut
the age of uinoty-thrce yeard. Mrs.
Hand died nt Capo May Court House.
She was tho last survivor of the young
girls who strewed flowers in the pathway
of Gen. Washington, when be passed
throned Trenton in 1789, on bis way to
New York.-Philadelphia Bulletin.
x?d-THE Otnnmltteo on the Independent
Steam Fire Eng'no will moot iii their Hall,
TIII8 EVENING, at ft o'clock.
April 12 D. C. PEIXOTIO, Ju., Secretary.
NM vivie -I herebv warn all parties bom
HUNTING or FISHING ou my Farm,
in tho vicinity of Smith's branch.
_ApriJJ2^3____J. W. PARKER.
RKMOVAL-DRS. REYNOLD* A. REY?
NOLDS have removed their Dental O?ieo
to rooms in Agnrw's building, lately occupied
by Mrs. Smith as a millinery catani lah nient.
Eutrance between Agr.ew'u and J&cknou's
stores, a few doors South of Ibo Columbia
Ho_teb__ ApjilG 12*1
OM) BANK HILLS uiiU MU'lliiA?ED
ctiRItKNCY bought and ?old by
Nov 23 Ci?o D. GAM'HILL. limiter.
C" OUNTY iikTlNS AN? Jl'ltV 'JEK'li
b'ob 5_D. G?MBRILL. Broker.
COTTON SUbD Oli' CAKE can buhad
at al! times, and in any quantitv, of
Jan 21 E.'HOPE.
SrocKs, ut?M)s ?nil COUPONS bought
and auld hy D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 (imo
FOR RENT.-Above tbo Carolina
H|'' National Bank aro three handsome
_lis ROOMS for rent. Thot-c rooms am
provided with all tho appendage* necessary to
the comfort and convenience of thc occu?
pants. Apply at tho bank. March 17
Columbia Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.
A**,** A KBOULATt CONVOCATION will
iKHailho hold in Masonic Hull, THIS EVEN
^fitffcriNO, at 8 o'clock.
Itlllim By order of tho M. E. IL V.
April 121_H. E. DKUOB. Koerr-tary.
Heise's Ice Cream Saloon
IS open tor tho season. Give us a cab.
Soda and Mineral Water.
THE FOUNT is open for tho season, with
choice syrup-, made from pure juico of
the fruit. HKlSE'd CONFECTION ELY.
AYOUNG MAN, without a family, of good
repute, that will attend tor ou husiuess
and leavo others to attend to thain*, without
rosnect to polillos. Liberal wages ?ill he
paid. FAYSINGE? & FRANKLIN.
? April ia_
Absent from Office.
THE undersigned will he abaont from hi*
ellice until FRIDAY next, iu attendance
upon tbo Bouthorn States Dental Association.
. April 9 3_T. T. MOORE.
WE havo ton thousand pounds of A No. 1
DRY HIDES for sale at market prices.
One thousand pounds TALLOW.
April ll_POPE A FRANKLIN.
Cotton Seed Oil. O
.'4' T?RE article,'srip?orior tb others as a
-aL salad oil for tablo os?; at one-third th?
pneo of imported. ' For ?ale by
April 9 EDWARD HOPE.
An exobaage says: "Wo are in receipt
twp poem^ne M tb^jT^obbing
raj p . and itbet-'other om a7 feating
etfrtt.' We[?t?jg w?ll nnfil ,we deceive
noiCn tbe 'Stomach Ache/ andpubli?h
ll (tiree togetheW" ^ | ||
a number and capltirea nffy'hostile
Apaches nenr the border of Sonora and
Arizona, a few dayB ago. The Mexican
Government paya $200 for each scalp,
and the State of Sonora the same.
The King of Denmark, who has been
in very feeble health for some timo past,
it is said, in Copenhagen, intends to ab?
dicate bis crown in favor of bis son Fre?
Unmarried ladies may take comfort
from the faot that they are likely to live
about ten years longer than wives, if Dr.
Hertrauller, a German physician, saya
what is trae.
At a fashionable boarding-house on
Fifth avenue, New York, the waitera
appear at dinner in dress suits, white
neck-ties, gloves, and with flowers in
MID NIGHT SUICIDE.-At the dead
hours of night, rats and mice leave their
holes, bed-bugs and roaches their cran?
nies to feed on Isaacsen's Sure Pop and
die aa if struck by apoplexy. Sold by
If yon don't want to disgust everybody with
your olTensivo breath, cnreyourCatdrrh.'$5f)0
rownrd is offered by tbo proprietor of Dr.
Sago's Catarrh Remedy for a oase he cannot
cure. It ia sold by druggists. Can get it for
sixty couta by mad from Dr. It. Y. Pierce. I lui
falo, N. Y. Pamphlet free. A 91Ut3
Llppmau'a Bitters are for Bale hy all drug?
gist? ami dealers. Depot in Columbia. H. f}"
at G no KU ?.I MoGuFXRUt H. Druggists. ti 18.
Notice to Shippers of Freight from
New York to the South and south
THE undersigned have made
arrangements to run a liue ol
FIBST CLASH SAIL VR8SELS be?
tween New York and ObaVlcston,
S. C., leaving Pier 28, East Uiver,
No?* lui K. weekly.
Yearly contracts can be mado for Freights
at reduced rates on application to
HUNTLEY, MILLEU & CO ,
No. 84 South Htr< ct. New York.
Or, H. F. B AK lilt A CO.,
Central Wharf, Charleston, S. O.
April ll 3
5CASKS Jumen Uenneesy'e <fc Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
efl?:rod pare and unadulterated. These com?
prise vintages of 1835, 1858, 18G0 and 1803
rt tool; of Hock? Clarets aud White Wines in?
eludo some of the most famous brands aa well
as sound lom priced.good*. For salo by
Match 25_]_Q?O. HYMtfEBS.
GOOD BUTTER, >
FINE BEEF, il no Deof I 'Tongues, fine
Smoked Boer. Sugar-Cured Strips,
Kugar-Cured Shoulders.,' . Sugar Cured Pic
Hams, Dutch Herrings, Cream Cheese aud
Champagne Cider, at '
April ?_G. PIERCE'*.
J USC RECEIVED,
ASMALL invoice of thoee genuino Albert
BISCUITS, manufactrired br McKenzie
>V McKenzie, Edinburg, Scotland.
English Biscuits, Fancy Nie Nae?, Bril?
liants. Gems, Cornhill, ?Ste*
April 7_ JOHN MCKENZIE.
""??ll'ORi?lM OF PASMON,"
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor,
AU ll I'". V IL.I.IC, 8. C.
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY
r^^S^k SAMPLES of DRY GOODS sent
I sW^llby maiL MILLINERY sent by ex
?rt rv JV i ?rea? and satisfaction guaranteed.
ffiy Wff ('articular attention paid tn the
A. filling of ordorB._April 1 Imo
E. H. GREENE. M. D..
In charge of the Uranch O?lce of Ur. Kline's
Philadelphia IleUeiut Inhtitu'h mid Cancer
Injl'inirg, at Charlotte, IV. C.,
WILL he at tho Railroad Houso, Florence,
3. C., April 20th; Columbia Hotel, Co?
lumbia, S. C., April 22d; Man-ion House,
Greenville, S. C., May 3d; Palmetto House,
Kpartanburg, S. O., Muy 4th: National Hotel,
Union Court House, S. C., May 5th; for the
accommodation ut those who may wish to
consult him without a visit to Charlotto. with
reference to CA NC lilt avd Cancerous difficul?
ties, and nil chronic, long-standing and ob
i-eure Diseases of every kind. _ April 8 13*
TO ho bad at MCKENZIE'S 8VLOON, on
and after to-duy, during tho benson.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't coutaiu Copperas, Salt. Limo or
"The Great Trophy Tomato."
TTiOR the largest GROWN TOMATO, from
X? seed raised by George E. Waring. Plants
of this reniai kable Tomato raised from Bord
of tho fruit weighing ant lens than ten putin ls
now ready mid for salo. Also, Plunts of the
Tild?n, Largo Rod and Graut Tomato, at 25
cents a dozon. Call early and leave your or?
ders at ll El NITS H'S
A pril 7 t _Drug 8t"re.
Fickling & McCaw,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS
IN EQUITY, will practice in tho Courts
or Richland, Kershaw, Lexington and Edge
Hold; in the Supreme Court of tho Stain of
South Carolina; and iu the Circuit and Dis?
trict Courts of tho United States for thc Dis?
trict of South Carolina.
FUANCIS W. FICKLINO,
April 9 tl3_WILLIAM H. MoCAW.
r Aram 1,1871.
THE order or March 20,1871, fixing tho or?
der for tho call of the Circuits for the
term of this Court to commence on tho third
Tuesday in this month, is rescinded.
In tho placo thereof it is ordered, (hat at
tho Baid turm tho causes on tboeeveral Circuits
shall ho called in tho following ordor, and the
time to ho allowed to tho hearing of causes
from each Circuit shall ho to tho day fixed for
tho cominoucement of thu next, exnopt as to
tho last below named, to which shall be al?
lowod ton days, if so mitch be necessary:
Third Circuit-Tuesday, April 18.
Seoond Circuit-Monday, April 21.
Fourth Circuit-Wciluc8dayvAp.il 26.
Sixth Circuit-Monday, May 1.
Sovonth Circuit-M?tiday, May 8:
Eighth C?r?'.ult-Thnr4dlyvMay ,11?
? First Circuit-I uosuay, Ajay 23.
By order of the Court.' '.' _? ?
' ALOKRT M. BOOZER,
April 5 H2 Clerk.
<?3> LCM^.Jk '. * d?. aaa.t@ . s
PnONixiANA.-rTTpo. price of singlo
copien of the PHONIX ia Qve cents, ff WA
QoV. Scott hak' ?b^-?ii?i^^^Veie?'ttbin
his recentindisnnnitidn ni' to be hbia-to .
? . inp" r>>'Bm nx" >; i '',il;y?Dntr
occupy bia quarters p>t the Sjato Hoosey,
ty Plain aud fancy colored: printing exe*
outed with noatne&3 abd ?esp?tol?, Qo'th? .
most .reasonable, terms. AI j ,tb;?: ^ftteBs j
styles of cards, ?c., on hand and printed
in excellent style, nt : the Pna?nri offhsft
Mr. George Symmors heeps'onh'pnd
everythidg in the way, pf gVpijerjes^pVoQ
visions, olo. ; and bis wines and liquora- j.
ot which bo is a direct importer-roto
with tbe best in the United State?.-at
least, so wo are in formed by poi sons'cprr i ?
potent to judge., Tb ose in need of fluid?
for meqluloab par poses cftn confidently
apply to Mr: S.' < . r.
posters, hand-bills, bill-beads-iu /ac
everything in the-way of job pripliag
gotten up in the best' style end on t?rms
that wo pledge ourselves will' be'utiimra
tory to all parties. "With apprpyeA^m^
chiuery nud steam, power, wo challenge
comparison in prices. 1 - - ^r,"?<? vtv,j,
O. F. ' J??ksop, 'E??j. ; has _ receiv?cV bia
annual calalpguo'/'of ^^Ba|^ft|^|
Co.'s patter na for the spring of 187?,/
The list embraces every article worn by
ladies and' children. Heads of families
can appreciate ??i%?*nat^|r^^/^^> f ' ,j j
Jost received a lot of indestructible
taga; also, a lot of new styl? .'boudess
and fancy cards, including tho beautiful
rose lint. Y '. '. |or')[
Heise's ice cream and. coda, water
establishment is conveniently located,
and ladies engaged in the arduous duties
pertaining to shopping,'can'be rep?pe
rated and made to go on their way' re?
Book and job printing of every kind
attended to promptly at pHoooi bU???.' /
The Southern Express Company worn
their patrons and the oublia "against
paying any attention to lithographed of
other letters sent from New York br ?lso:
where, inducing orders for counterfeit
money to be sent ,by ?xpKeH^&jQVp.^
These miserable cbeutshnve been' eX'
pos?d a thousand times. '.' But'the temp?
tation to grow suddenly 'j Ich is, fejf?f?tf?
that it is forgotten ..tbut tho would-bo
porobaeer of counterfeit money is just
abbot as great a knave as the ingenious
manufpoturer; ;, :'r ;'" jffjffi
EASTER FLECTIONS! ^~ Trin t'rj/, fyupeft. ?-2
R. Taylor. Vea'try?tien-~John B.;Pulme*V
W. B. Quliok, Joha'P.>Thoi?ah;'l^j:a[
W. Gibbes, Dr. G. S: Trezevant, ?7.!?J
Haskell, E. H. Heiaitah, G. j. Ire^eU.
W. H. Talley, H. S.' Thompson, i E. W?
Seibels. Delegates to th? Diocesan Con?
vention-Dr. William Reynolds, John B.
Palmer, A. O. Haskell, E. .B>.0e)nitsb.:
A PLEASANT STjitpmsE.-We record
with pleasure a recent incident of a
pleasing character. The venerable and
esteemed Rector of Trinity Ghorob, in
this city, having recently taken posses?
sion of tho neat parsonage, provided foe
himself and family, received an unex?
pected visit from a number of the mem?
bers of his congregation. The attack?
ing force, led by a well-know(p, physician,
and flanked by baggage wagons, moved
silently upon "tho linea" of the minister,
and carried them amid smiles and laugh?
ter. The conquerors then poured in,
and tho wagons emptied of. their con?
tents showed in the array presented ol
"creature comforts," the 'soi?d marks pi
those cordial relations in recognition pl
which this "surprise" was conceived and
executed. The. womanly .hearts thal
originated this project, and the concur?
ring spirit that executed it, is worthy bl
all praiso. lu his re-established.home-j
upon tho old spot,, "to memory dear"
the minister receives old friends and
new, and tho sad memories of the past
aro blended with the joys of tho pre
HOTEL ARRIVALS, April ll,-Columbic
Hotel-J. K. Macon, Bristol; G. 'W.
Mitchell, Ashland; W. Ii. Hardin, Ba!
ti more; S. J. Ravenel, D. C. Ebacgh
Charleston; G. T. Wicker, Wateree; W.
Clyburn, Camden; H. M. Drano? N. 0/
W. C. Caughman, Baltimore; H. P,
Cooke, Lewisville; W. Dudley, S. C.'
A. M. Aiken, Greenville; D. Bieman
Walhalla; J. F. 8telling, Miss Karr
Miss Taft, Miss H. Taft, J; W. O'Brien,
Charleston; A. Desanches, Nashville
W. B. Beail, J. Stelling and child, city
Jficfcerson Houser-J* M. McGarley
Hodges; Mr. and Mrs. F. Bush, city
J. H. Gay, Raleigh; W. Johnston, Char
lotte; J. M. Selkirk? city; J. Lunney
Darlington; T. W. Waterman, wife one
child, Camden; W. R. Kline, Chester
T. M. Waohler, Augusta; 8. Lawton
Milledgeville; J. Conroy, New York} W
H. Trescotfc, Pendleton; J. M. Bulgier
Newberry. ? '; .. ?!> .. b*s ?t*i
: 1. i I . ip. i a ?? . . ?li'-'
LIST ol' NSW ADVKBTIQBJUKNTH. ?
Aots of tho Legislature, ' '?' ' '
Paysinger Sc Franklib^W?nted.
Heine's Ice Cream Saloon, otc.
Meeting Committee FJte Company. ' '
J.' W. Pafker^l^tn*.' ' ?" s :';
Meeting Columbia Chapter.