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.Address RIORDAN, ?AWSON A- CO..
No. Bast-Bey, Charleston, s.o. ?
She ?b<itkpUn ?Ccu?5.
. SAT?BDAY, MARCH IS," 187E
NEWS Ot TUE BATT.
-Gold at New York closed at lljallfi.
-The New York cotton market closed heavy
and lower; sales 2492 bales at 15}c.
-At Liverpool colton closed quiet, uplands
7|d, Orleans filr; safes ttfit?:
-James Gordon Bennett, of the New York
Herald, ls said to have a fortune ol' $10.000,000.
- -A collection for the aid of the French was,
made, according to Bishop Potter's request, in
the various Episcopal churches of New York ]
on Sunday. Grace Church gave $1000, and
the" Little Church Around tb? Corner $800.
Mr. Wendell Phillipa's lecture for the same
cause netted 51427.- * "
-It ls said that since the year 1866 we have
added to our railtaay system in the United
States twelve thousand mules et completed
working railroads, of at the rate of three
thousand miles of railroad a year, and'we
have now more than af teen thousand miles pro
jejeted, of which seven thousand Uve hundred
miles are la procesB ol construction. .
- -Dr. Engel, the Ber 1 In^statis ti ciao, has pub?
lished a small1 u?mphlet, ta which he tri?s to
refute; th B belief ?hat e m i gra t i o air o m Germany
will assume this spring and summer unusually
large proportions? Be predicts, on tbe contra?
ry', thant will be" smaller, th a* for many years
past. The wai- will leave Remigrating class
generally too poor to emigrate at presents
.--The race of giants is renewed near Lone
Jack, Mo., In the persons of a man eight feet
and six inches' in- height, with a tw^ve-yeir
old daughter already seven feet high. They I
attain-this enormous -Stature on corn-cake, j
being top poor to have much else-another ar?
gument for the vegetarians. - .
-^The London" Times mentions, as-an in
stance'of the energetic exertions made to feed
Paris, that ' Meases. Peek, Freaa- A Co. dis?
patched in one day from io,ooo,(m to n,ooo, ooo- j
fine navy biscuits, weighing more that 700 tons
net, and occupying 10*500 packages.' Within
a fortnight they shipped about SOOa-tons.
-A Paris cotrcspor den t r Wri ting o? the Siege,
say?: They tell of-one lady here who was so
overcome by her appetite as te eat her be-*|
loved lap-dog. After a hearty {neal, she look?
ed dawn ?t tBe .little heap of bones; tears fe. :
from her eyes. "Poor Bijou !" she exclaimed,
"how he would bava- enjoyed them !"
-Aliew.?Q?k letter saya. : .Two immense
hotels will be erected near the Central Park in
the course of the ensuing summer, along-t he
line or.Broadway and the Filth avenue. One
of them will occupy an entire block' and both,
lt Is eaid, will surpass in magnificence any
establishment of the kind now in existence on
'Manhattan Island. The former ls the enter?
prise of^the present proprietors of a dewn
.town"Broadway house-tho latter ls" to be a,
'joint stock- (company) concern.
-.The United States Consul"at Port Said re?
ports' that the business of the Suez Canal is
Increasing, seventy-two steamers having pass?
ed through-last December,'one-half carrying
the English flag. As an Illustration of the*
decline of shipbuilding In the United States,"
it ls- reported that the river steamers ot the
American pattern, which were formerly con?
structed in. the United Spates and sent out to
(Atna, are now built In Great Britain. A large
steamer of the Americas; pattern, built at
Glasgow recently, passed through the Suez
Canal on har way J? China, where'ehe is to be-1
employed tn the river trade.
,^-rtTbe Germana are certainly a prudent peo?
ple in many matters. A story ls told in Lon?
don which may or may not be true, bot it
boars 8nch a resemblapea to the truth, that lt
deserves the.telling. When.Parla was taken,
and the recfolsltlon wis made upon it, the
bankers who went out to Yereallles to pay -up,
were met by the officials of the German Em-,
pife 'sponge^ and water for counting
bank notea.. The amount having been told out
and icmnd correct the receivfhg officers de*
m'anded the paym?ut ot'halflhe sum in gold.
They were told that there was not enough
coln in Paris, tojineet the demand; ont having
ascertained that there waa bullion in the
branches of the bank of France, they req^.-.-ed
ta? bankers to, produce 't Three days were
given raf;the purpose^'and the 'gold was prcr
cored. Tbeu the Germana charged and ex?
acted ihree dayB' Interest Toy the delay In a
gold payment,-which had not been- stipulated.
"Anything more ?'''asked the French bankers.
"Yes,'? was the reply, "you must nay tbe
stamp for the bills on London." The last de?
manda were made out' and enforced in the
presence ot Count Bismarck.
-Some ot the incidents of"tile terrible tor?
nado at St. Louis, as given In. the pipers or
that city, are very interesting. - Let the reader
Imagine .an Irresistible alrnorren? rushing
against.the frail, artificial structures of man,
situated ootan exposed river bank. In a ma
ment the air fa Ailed -with salin ter?, dust and
fragments of all kinds. Houses, sheds and
other structures disappear as if levelled by
the blow of a Tftun, or fly to pieces and are'
borne along in-the stream of the-storm. The
East SU Louis elevator was the first edifice
struck : on the Illinois shore, a strong
frame building. The.roof wt* toro to rib?
bone, and a large portfbn or,lt, like a black
meteor, shot northward and fell far away"]
in tbe river. Tbe whole forest ot frame work
over the east abutment;pier of tbe bridge was
twisted u pttk? a bnuch of reeds ia the fingers
Inf tbe storm, and crashed .down In a pile qfJ
! chanUoSrniu. Ballwar'cars and engines wet?1
daehed-d?wn on their sides, or whirled off Ile
jtjracksjas liVJ?tey wece^paper boxes. Whole
tree?fw?re either struck to the earth, as it the,
trunks had been severed .by a cannon shot? ni?
lifted bodily and carried yards away lrom
j?here "th?y a moment before "stood. Put all
these destructions together and. a hundred
ochers; flit the air with a maze of whirring ob
i jects, and Imagine a sky as" alacias ink, seam?
en every moment with tongues ot lightning
and. reverberating with thunder crashes,
while^ ?.here ls a steady roar of a great rushing
on earth, and some Jdea may be gained of .the
outburst of the tornado on East Bt. Louis.
The Beginning of the End.
The ab amelan c~.. up?on.an? utter .disre?
gard of tnerights of the-people which mark?
ed the coarse of the General Assem Wy at its
recent session, is, we are glac? to see, exert?
ing a most wholesome influence among the
well-meaning- Badteali of the* upcountry"
OQ all sides we hear that crowds are aban .
doning ju disgust the organization which has
'done so much to deceive and. ruin thenx
The last issue o? the Yorkville Enquirencon
tatos the "cards'' of quite a number of vot?
ers who are sick of "the party* and its-ieg*'
i si a iron. The language used in moat cases
-?3 singularly emphatic. Thaddeus- Archer
notifies his ''friends and th? public that he
"renounces his al i enfance _to the Ra""'?cai
"party frnja^tbis time forth anti .forever."
Scipio Lominack, Robert Estes and Jordan
MoLeave "renounce their, connection with
..the^?on Lingue and Radical party, and.
[.'pledge^hemaeives to demean and behave
'In ail respects as upright;- honest and
"law-abiding citizens should do.v Jaefc
I ?or? Eairiey, makes"* oath before a "trial
justice "that from this time losward h*3 will
"have nothing to do with Radicalism.*' *"H;
K.. Roberts declares.;."! am in Ja voro?a
"government which shall be ruled by iatelii
.'.gent and moral white men. ? I auj opposai
"to tUe corruption and extravagance which
"has heretofore character used tbe govern?
ment of this State, and aequali?edly con
.udeinn and denounce the Legislature for the,
"enormous burdens it ia imposing on the
"people, and for. ton wasteful expenditure of |
"tliepublic money." 8tHl more exp?e?Us
the avowal of S. B. Hall, wfco says,;*:!,'
"joined the Republican party believing it to
be -'based upon true Republican, princi?
ples, but after more than one year's e.xpe
'.rtetrce and connection with said-party, J
"am corrstrathed to ' oeliere it -?orropt
"throughout. I have determined" to forever
"renounce ali connection or' affiliation with
"it". To the colored people, "who haye been
' guiled, -as I *av? beenit into connection
"with said party, I "Will say that my advice
"is to leave the-party and .pot themselves
"under the protection of the native Sooth
"Carolinians, whom they know'"
Th ese are healthy Indications of the drift
of the political current.
The Descent OT Mun.
lt ie now more than ten years 'since tbe
world of science was startled "by the appear
anccQfilr.^Darwin's "Origin ol Species. "
Bat profound and widespread as bin "been
the agitation created by the announcement
of the hypothesis of "Natural. Selection," as
familiar to men's ears as is the name of the
"Darwinian Theory,0 thetis are yet many
who through lack of leisure or inclination to
pursue the subject, nave not yet a definite
ideR of what the theory actually is. Let us
briefly explain. All animals and plants tend
to increase with enormous rapidity. In the
case of the slowest breeders, if there were no
canses at work to iuterfere-with .the rate of
their increase, the earth would be speecttJy
over populated. Hence to maintain a Just
equilibrium there prevails' throughout the
organic world a continued and prodigious
slaughter. In the struggle for existence, in
the competition for subsistence, the strong
flourish at the expense pf the weak. The.
feeble and less favored individuals* which
constitute the majority, succumlfand perish,
while they.who are best endowed with the
cionrities which tit them for success in t-e
strife, survive, and transmit their superior
organization to their descendants". Tilts ie
the doctrine of Natural Selection; "the sur?
vival of tile fltfest," of those best adapted to*?
Lae conditions In which they live. Now if j,
the circumstances of their environment re?
mained constant., there would be no .altera?
tion of species. But the fact exists that
there is everywhere an incessant change in
tbe conditions of the soil aud the atmos?
phere, and in the influences of beat and
moisture. To conform to these changes
there must be a consequent continual varia?
tion in the constitution and characteristics
of plants and animals. The members of
each species are,- therefore, constantly vary?
ing-those dwelling in oue locality ever de?
veloping new and needed capacities, and
those in* a different situation acquiring di?
verse enes, according to their necessity
until finally, in the course of many genera?
tions, the change has become .so great that
distinct species ure recognized, or, in other
words, the protjess of ' the evolution of- one
species from another has been effected. The
theory, in.its .full significance, is that all
present species of animals-sprang from lower
and ruder forms, and that evey man himself
is the ultimate result ol this evolution and
process of selection.
lu his lately published work, "The De
"scent Of Mun," of which we have as yet but
the first volume. Mr. Darwin does not pro?
ject anything ubsolutely Bew regarding the
origin of species, tint'occupies himsely chiefly
with an application bf the theory of evolu?
tion to the case of maa. In the opening
chapters lu} bringa forward o^crowd of in?
teresting facts Lo-ehow the points of. resem?
blance between man and the lower animals
in physical structure and mental powers.
The mass of evidence tends to prove that the
intellectual faculties of man and the loweri
animals do not differ in kind, although im?
measurably, in degree. The distance be?
tween the intelligence of man abd the high?
est .Mirna] is not, aecqrding~to"Kc. .Darwin,
so great as that between the coccus' qr
scale insect and the ant, two species which,
beion? to the sam? class.
'?Plie female -coccus, while younjr, attaches
itself by its probocls to a plant; sucks the sap,
but never moves again;-ts i.-rtUlzed and lays
egiw; and this ls its whole history. On the-J
other hand, ants communicate Information to
each other, and -several unite tor the same
work, or games of play. They recognize their
fellowvants alter months of absence. They
build great edifioes, keep them clean, close the
doors ?bthe evening^ and post 8?nj^J^-^a?y j
collect (bod for*the communtty,ijtod when an
'object, ?io largejor entrance, ie brought taine
nest, th|y enligge t%dbori ??3 aftei*wairtt ?
build it ' up again. They gp oat to battle In
regular bands, and freely sacrifice their Uves
ferr the common need." They emigrate inao~J
^oordance with a preconcerted plan.. They cap?
ture slaves. They keep aphides as milch
1 cows. They move the eggs of their aphlaesl?s
well as their own eggs and cocoons, "into warm
parts of the nest, tn order that they may be
quickly "hatched, besffles performing endless
similar feats of intelligence. "On the. whole,
the' dlfference in mental power between an ant
and a coccus ls immense; yet rib one has ever
dreamed ol placing them in distinct, classes,
[.much less in distinct kingdoms. No doubt
this interval labridged over by the intermedi?
ate mental .powers of many other insects; and
this is not the case" with, mari and .the higher
apes. "But we have every reason to believe
that breaks In the series are the result bf many ]
forms having become-extlnct."
The most expert anatomists agree that in
all parts of his organization mau diners less
"from the higher apes than- these do from the,
lo**er members of the same group. In re*
viewing the testimony which his evlderice'af
fords, Mr. Darwin advances the hypalbesiB
that mau ?as deaceodedIrom the progenitor
of the"Catarhine or Old World group of mon?
keys, ada that bis birthplace was either in
Europe or ?frica. - Startling and revolting j
to-the pride as is this conclusion witb regard
to the origin of man, lt ts reached by follow?
ing a chain of facts ?? incontestable direct?
ness arid ingenuity, .
The latter part of ?he present volume is
: devoted to a discussion 'of. the principles of j
sexual selection, as illustrated in the lower
classes of the animal kingdom. The con
deluding volume, which may soon- be expect;
ed,.will continue this subject, ,and sum up
the arguments in favor of the descent of]
man from tbe lower animals. The work is
published by the Appletonsj and-ma*-be*h*ad)
at Russell's bookstore. . '
THE Washington . Tutriot, in addrewrng'
the Democratic party, says t "We seek from
"this centre to impress upon OUT friends,
"near and at a distance, the necessity of
"toleration as well as vigor.; of concerted
"action everywhere, which can only be at
"tamed by avoiding extremes; the obvious
"poliQy 'of keeping wide open the floors of
"party organization, and showing, to the
"disorganized, discontented masses of our
"opponents.outside, that within there-is not
"only harmony, as there is, but magnanimity
?'and generosity and welcome."
' mame*.
LEE-TURNER.-On the morning or the 14 tu
Instant, at the residence of thc bride's mother,
by the Rev. W. 3. Lee, assisted by the" Hov. B". T.
win kier, JJ. O., BENKT rt. LEK,. M. D" of Buist o
Uland, to Louisa GIBBSS?. daughter of the late
Captain S. C. Turner, of this cl y. No cardB.
"^ar^iviNB s?5v^E~w^XTittVC0N
DUOTED m-the Orphan's Chapel, on SABBATH
AFTXITSOOS, at ? o'clock, by tue Rev.: J. Ti\
WIGHTMAN. maris
- -?tf THE MARINERS CHUROS WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN.
mo, at aalf-past-M o'clock, oocner-of OUurchand
iWater streets. Services by tbe Rev. W. B. YATES,
Chaplain._jami-*
?HT* T.R I NI T Y CHUrtCH. -REV.
WHITEFOORD, SMITH, D. p., will preach TO?
MORROW MORLING at. half-past io n'ciock. and
Kev. J. M. CARldSLE at night at half-past 7
o'clock. Sunday-School In the afternoon at half
past S o'clock. * . maris-*
SPRING STREET CHURCH.-DI -
VINE service aili ba held Tn this Cnur?h To-Mou
r.?w MoMNIXQ, at ha?rais: 10 o'clock, by Bishop
w. M. WIGHTMAN*, and lu the EVBNIKG , a? hair,
past 7 o'clock, by the Pastor. Sabbath Schoof
Exorcists In the AFTERNOON, at half-past
o'clock. maris
fSr UNITARIAN CHURCH.- DIVINE,
sevlce will beheld in this Ctrurch TO-MOKKOW
MORNING, at half-past IO o'clock, the Rev. JOND
THAN COLE ottlclating, add lu Hie EVBNTNOI at
hair-past 7 o'clock the Rev.' R P. CUTLER om
elating. Ail strangers ure cordially invited to at*_
tend* ?- - -
Sebjectfor the evening dlscourser 'iGoing into
Life Maimed, and luto Hell-Ore Whole."
^he terras Hell, Hides and Gehenna, In their"
Scripturai use. maris
^INFORMATION WANTED BY MR.
J. G. CRANE or two small white Boys, HENRY
itud, JOHN, ? .routers, who reside l willi bim dur
[HILT.the .war at Camden, S. C. Apply at
CRANE, BO ? Li TON & CO.,
marls-2. . . Meei lug street.
$Sr BE'GUIDED BY WHAT YOU*
KNOW.-There ls an old proverb which says,
'.Experience ls the safest guide." To this gulda
the sick and ailing naturally turn when Casting
about for the means of relier. They Inquire what
a medicine hasdone for others, b-fore they adopt
lt themselves, or all the remedies and preven?
tives In use, HOSTE PTE R's STOMACH BlTTKRS
meets the test most trlumpnanly, and' hence Its
immens? popularity and vast sales. The sufferer
from indigestion Is sure to Ono. some one amonjr
his fi tends who has been oared of that ailment by
the famous vegetable stomachic. The victim of
rever and ague, liver com-iiuit. constipation,,
nervous prostration, or general debility, has odly
to make Inquiry In the -neighborhood where be
re8lde8*ln order to discover what.this_standard
restorative has effected* In cases similar to bia
own. In the published testimony to its merits he
will And a volume of pr.iors or its sanitary prop?
erties, which lt ls impossible for his common
sense to resist. De tries it, and the eirect lt pro?
duces on hls-system adds another to the host of
witnesses la its favor. ^ Thus, If reputation*,
founded on rads, not. assertions,. continually
grows and spreads. Charlatans aad' Impostera,
some or them mere local tricksters, and others
?.ha take a somewhat wider range, af eurpt. to
throat into thc hands and down* the throaisor
Invalids their haphazard concoction*, as sunsti
tutes for the louie .which,for so many y-'ars has
beeu a medical staple ihrou.rbu: the United
stales, Spanish America, Canada and the West.
Indies, but only succeed tb a very limited e.xteut.
In this reasoning trge, the people,-having ascer?
tained, what is really deserving of their confi?
dence, decline "running after strange gods."
ina.iiS-su&c
ATTENTION. TAXPAYERS -ALL
TAXES not paid on or before MARCH 22,187l,*re
liable to a penalty of twenty per cent, AU Taxes
not paid on orbe?ore JUNE 13,1871, are Mabie to au
additional penabyor ttve percent, wh n property
or taxpayers will be levi d on by distress or other?
wise.
marl5-7 WM. GURNEY, County Treasurer.
NOTICE -ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING Claims ngainst the Estate of E. BARDWELL
HEY WA Rb will present the same properly at?
tested, and persona indebted to same v. iii please
make pay meut to W. C. BES -ft CO., Charleston,
S.O.
ALLEN' C. IZA RD,
A. B. ROSK, \ Executors,
mart-w*?* ' THEO. ?. JBRVKY,
.pm- BETTING MARRIED--ESSAYS
'ur YOung Men on Social livlts, and the propriety
oi impropriety nf getttug Married, wit h sanitary
help ror those Who', reel nant tea for matrimonial
happiness, sent free, ta sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pa- an25-3mos
Special Notice?.
^EST-OFFICE. O?. TBE SOIJIH CAB0U
NACENTRAL RAILS?Xj).COMPA?TV^H'ARI?S
TON, S. C., MARCB^TB??871.-fhe Ninth Inajal
mentor FIVE DOIiLARffper share wffl be paya?
ble on 15th April proximo. ??r ' ->
In Oharleston?-At the Office or the Company,
No. 10 Broad street.
. Ia Sumter-To Major JOSEPH JOHNSON. " .
In Clarendon-To Dr. G. ALLEN HUGGINS.
' WM. JJ. PEB0NN?AU,
maris-wsst Treasurer.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of thcLand Commission, that,
from and attar the Brat day of Maroh, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
OARBOZO, Secretary or the Advisory Board. . .
ROBT. C. DsLARGE, L. O. S. S. C*
eolumbla, February 28.1871. *_maru
NOTICE.-NATIONAL FREED
MAN*S SAVINGS AND THUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON BRANCH. No. 74 B ROAD STREET.
Money deposited on or before March 20th wUl
draw Interest from March 1st, at SEE PER CENT.
NATHAN RITTER,
.?maj-18 _ Cashier.
NATIONAL SAVINGa .BANE.
CHARTERER BY THE JBO VEKNMENT. OF THE
CNlTED- STATES-DEPOSlTS.OVJsiB, $2,250,000
CSARLESTO?V BRANCH No. 74 IfROAD STREET..
-Depjoslts made on or before March 20th will
draw interest from March 1st. * "~
"-Interest paid or Comp?un?red March, Juiyand
November. ..
. Deposits of $50, and upwards, draws Interest
from date. -t *
deposits-can be withdrawn, without notice,
during Banking hours, from o A. M, to 2-P. M.
Open Saturday nights lrom 5 to 8, to receive
Deposits only. NATHAN BITTER,
'reb-2t-2l Cashier.
??r CITY TAI NOTICE. -OFMC? ?F
OITV APPRAISER^ CITY HALL, CHARLESTON,
S. C., FEBRUARY 2187V 1871.-Notice.Is hereby
given to all concerned that- RETURNS for all
READ AND PERSONAL PROPERTY, within the
limits of the Ortv- of'Charleston, shall be made
and delivered at nils .office" on or- before the
twenty?flest day of March"18H; far the year Com
menciag en the flrat day ot January lBYl. veri?
fied by oath, of the persea whose duty .it to to so
.list or return said property possessed by-bim,j)c
under hm control, either "as owner, -agent, parent,
husband, guardian, executor, administrator, trus?
tee, receiver officer, partner, rector, or holder,
with the VALUS of such.rassOKAL*property.so
-held orcoutrclied. . -? .*
.By Sectio* ?4 or Act No. 22, or tue Legislature
of TWff". approved September "15th, providing ror
the assessment-and taxation of j>fbperty, which
act was extended, so far as applicable, to tbe City
of Charleston, Dy an act ot the L?gislature,- passed
March Nt,*?87o, lt Is made the duty qf the City
Appraiser to add arty percent., and one dellar as
penalty ror failure or neglect to mato retorna or
property within the time given so to do, and must
be observed. . _
The following must bc returned for taxation as
Personal Property, vizf
Horses ami Mules.
Neat Cattle. ' .
aold and Sliver Watches. ' '
Gold and Silver Plate".
. Plano Fortes, Meiodeons, or .Cabinet Organs. '
Carriages.
Wagons*
Drays.
Carts or other vehicles. -. **.
Dogs. . .
.Average.ratue or Goods, Merchandise, or other
commodities pertaining to business as merchant,
agent or otherwise, between the first days of Jan?
uary,' ism, and 1871.
Average value or all Materials used or provided
for. use In buamess as a .manufacturer or other- '
wise, between the first days or January, 1670, and
1871.
Value or allMachlnery, Engines, Tools, Fixtures
?and Impiementsnsed or provided, aud of all man?
ufactured articles on hand on January 1st, U7L
Value of Moneys. Including Bank Bills and Cir?
culating Notes on han 1 pr deposit. -
Value or all Credi s overlegal indebtedness.
Vuiue or all Investments hi thc Bonds br "tocks '
of auy-coiupauy, corporation or person, in or out
of thts city (except National Hautes out or this
city.) ami or the grobs "receipts ef insurance .j
Agencies In money and notes} between Che first
days of January. 1870, and 1871, namely:
Value of ad oilier Personal Property, Including
Household Furniture. *"
iebW-lnio P. J. COOOAN, Oily Appraiser.
BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESlX
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the usc of ull nauseous purgative Medicines. S?ld
by Druggists. J Nu. C. BAKER A CO., Pllll?del.
pitia.
A rall supply oh hand by
. -. " DB. H. BAER, .
fel)7-tuthsflmos . N<? 13L Meeting street.
?H8-D1L CURT?S ON " ?IANHOI >D."
'A Medical E.-Say on the cause and cure of Prema?
ture Decline, Nervous amt Physical Debility, Sper
matorrhcea, Sedentary Life Bxcexs, overtnxed
Constitution, Aliases of the' System,'Ac. lt. gtves
a clear synopsis ul the impediments to Marriage,
aud the remedies therefor-the resultsof twenty
years' successful practice, by E. DE F. CURTIS,
M. I).,J?.K.CS, Ac
Curtis on. Manhood" should be read by the
young for Ita instruction" and by the'afflicted as a
source of relief. It will Injure no one.'-.tfedfcn*.
Times a tut Gaze'te.'
. There ls uo member of society by ?whom'thjs
book" will not be found useful, whether Tie be
parent, preceptor or clergyman.-Lonclifii T?ntes.
Price $1 by mall. Address Dr. CURTIS, No. 9
Tremont Piaec, Boston, Mass. marT-tuthsiyr
?&* MORE 'THAN ONE. HUNDRED
thousand persons annually die In this country
rrom Consuniptlen. which Is but the child T>r Ca?
tarrh. $500 ls ottered by the proprietor of UR.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY Tor a- oase or Oft?
tan n he cannot cure. Sold by Druggists, or send
sixty cents to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., and
get it by mail. A pamphlet free.
muri?-thstuSuAc
?S&- BECAUSE A PERSON HAS A BAD
Cough ft should not he Inferred that Consumption
bas set In, although a case of Consumption* la
.rarely met with unaccompanied by a distressing-1
?Cough. Where, however, a disposition to Pulmo?
nary .disease exIsis, a Cough, ir 1- ft to Itself,
strains and racks the Lungs and wastes the aou
eral strength, ami suou esuoii-i.es au Incurable
complaint. . In all cases, then, lt I*, the-safcr plan
to get nd of a'cough, Cold or Hoarseness without
delay, und.for this purpose no remedy aces mofe
promptly or surely, of with more benefit, to" tho
organs or the ch-.-.-.t tnau 'DR. O. JAYNE'S IX
P?CTfKANT, au artife' scientifically comnoiuicn']
ed from carefully ?occied eiraes, and which, (in
trial, will always lio found worthy or its wprTtl
wide reputation. Sold by all Druggists. For sale
by GOODRICH, ?VIN EM AN A t!0., Charli'St?U, S.
C. ... marte-! hstu.t
Z>9- A S P~EG? A L TERM OF THE
Court or Common Pleas ls ordered to commence
on Mo?DAV, March. 27th, 1871, lor the County-of
UiiariC8ton.
By authority or the non. R. F. GRAHAM, Judge
of the First Circuit of South karolina.
A. C. RICHMOND,
marll-stuth7ml Clerk Circuit Conrt. .
OToticea in-8an kr nptcji.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, PO* aOIXflLO UIOHNA
J ?NOAitY TEKM, 1871.-In t"e mutternf flEOROE
A B NNKTP, .ot Be .tuftwt, 'Bankrupt-Petition ior
full and rna discharge In Bankrupicv.-Ordered,
tn it a Hearing bo'had ?il Hie TKNTH DAY or
APRIL, A. T). 1871, .it Fed-ntl . on. tliou>e In
Ciiaiii-ston. S. C., and thai-au . credit, rs. ?c., of
said Bankrupt ai p^r at r-aul Cline and place, and
show cause, ir any they eau, why tua pi ayer or
the peilili nt i stiouid noihergruiited.
By order of rhe court, th?- 17iu U?y nf Ala roh,. A.
P. 1871. DA iE'- HORt.BECK,
Ole kof tho District Court, of flu- Uilted States
marltt-s2 for jjouth Carunna.
i?leetiftgs..
GTA?O??I??ATI^
- TfiSD ?u*lExtra Meettngnryour Ciato; T?TS
EVB-VIS?, at you/nall, arcalf-past 7 o'clocHi Mem?
bers witt please 6e prompt, ns buslcess-o'-'impor?
tar: c e te on hand.** By order President. 4 " 7*
maria. . - yJOB JjfrWSON^Jr^ 5eoeatary>.
PHONIX STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
-PANY.-r-The Regalar Monthly Meeting of
this Ccmpaay will be held TH rs Evajsuto, at balf
paet ro'cidek. " " ""G.nE. TJAVis, Secretary,
maris* .;
pwAN LODGE,* No.- 93, -i. Q. Bs B-THBf
xj Regular. Meeting w'ii -be held at- the usual
time and place. Candidates for Degrees will
please be punctual. By order of the President.
- maris ? - PHILIP WISEMAN, seoretary.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A. P. M.-An Extra-OommunlcaUrm of thia
Lodge will be held THIS EVXNINO. at-half-past T
o'clock. The F. C. Derzree will oe conferreaV]
Brethren aifd candidates will take doe.and timely
BOM ce, and govern themselves accordingly.
B) order et tue-W. M. ??.-*. J
CLARENCE WAGNER,- -
maris . . " " . Secretary.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OF?
FICE, NORTHEASTERS RAILROAD COM?
PANY, CHARLESTON,, fi. C>, MARL'S" 16. 1871.
The Annual Meeting of. the Stockholders, of the.
Noriheft?-ern Railroad Company.will be held flt
the Hall of the Punters' and Mechanics' Bank, on
WKOXESDAY, the 5th April next, at 12 o'clock M..
C. WLLLIMAN,
.jpari6r.thsewi_;_Seaietary.
BANK OF CHARLESTON, CHARLES?
TON, MARCH 16,'1871.-A Meeting of the
Stockholders will "be held tn the Bank Hall, oh
MONDAY next, 20th Instant, at 12 o'clock.
marl.6-4 WILLIAM THAYER, Cashier. '
S" OUT H CAROLINA ??EDiCAL ASSOCIA?
TION-The Annual Meeting* of the South
Carolina Medical Association will be held at
Charleston, 00 the First WinwBSBAY-ln AprJI,
HW.
.County Societies will organize and send thejr
Dele-rates. Where no County Society exists,
Pjivstclans from the County will ptease-er-nri Bele
gatea. Arrangements will be road? with tho
Railroads to pass Delegates for oue tafe. .. ?.
J. COMERS B?IST, M. D.,
jmarftl-tufiw". Recording Secretary ? .C. M. A"
IDants.
WANTED. A COMPETENT WAITING
"MAN and Moose Servant, who ?eaniome
reoomraotideU. -Apply ar. this office, marls-l*.
WANTED. T? . BOBROW" IMMEDI?
ATELY; $1000. A good -collat?ral and
mortgage on 700 acras good cotton lands ia.Edge
Held County, valuad at $10,000. will be given ah
surety, Apply .at the NEWS Office.' marlB-2?
WANTED. A SECOND-HAND MELO
DED.**, (Ove octaves.) in hood order. Ap
r>Iy by lener. to Q., DAILY NEWS Ornee, stating
maker's name-and. lowest cash price" mars'
?031 an? ionn?.
T'Ost-?NTHE 18TH PfrejJAlix <PR
1 j: KER KThg and Mary streets, a Lady's Gold
Buckle, wrthinrttals.E. AO. Plvedo liar? ce ward
?flt be-pald Tor Rs recove y.- Apply at N0.TI8
Xlpg etreec._?_ marts-4*
EOST, ON FRIDAY EVENING LAST, A
DRAY-ROOK, for recovery* of which ?"lib??
rai reward'VlH be given. Apply St this office..
maris"
LOST, TEN (H)) FIRST MORTGAGE
, -BONDS', ot the Cheraw ?od DarUngr.in-Rall
road Company,'for-feoo- each, and numbetxdas
follows: 20C.502, 26L, 262. isa, 264,26.). 37.6? 276,
.?77. These Boona are easily Idas tined, as the re?
ceipt roc the ??mi-auiiual interest, Qc rober," ma,
19 endorsed on each Bond. Ali?ar ties, are warn?
ed not to pure h ase,, as paitnehthia been" stopped:
The ?nder-wlll be rewarded bf ?pplvlav at thia
office. "' feblS.marls.apm
(So lieut.
TO RENT, JHETIBRI?F-HOUBE. AND
STGRE. wIth?FlXl"?kiK3,No. li KlBgjtrect.
.Apply at I?o. ai .King street jjjigBjg
mo-RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
JL STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trnmbo's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
.on tho premises. Apply at N?vl Mayne street.
-- ja nfl 1- '.uiha ? - - . . * ?
Sat Sale.
/i UAVA^?LLYTGU?VA^J^^
XJC KLEIN'S, No safl^K?igstreef, and beanU
rui large ORANuES ana LEMONS, also a lame lot
of line Nuts, (extra good Kngltsh Walnuts )Flgs,
in two ponod boxes, and No. l Dates. Red Ap?
ple*, 25 cents a dozen._marj8-1?
FOR SALE, SEVERAL- SEWING MA
Cll I NES "of good quality,.which are ottered.
. heap. Call at. No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting and Church streets._febi4
FOR SALE, TH I' ENTIRE CONTENTS
" ?T a CO ONT KT STORR, located on EdtStO
River, near Jae? son boro?. Excellent stand Tur
business, and claiming all the vari, trade on" the
river. The store wdi be leased ir desired. This ls
u flue opportunity for investrag.-a8inflil*"smoant
or capital. Terms very reasonable. Apply by
letter io D. RIK cl?, Juckaonboro', & C.
marlo-tfi.iws4*
* Cotrrbittg.. *
SINGLE GENTLEMEN AND A MAN AND'
Wiro eau get pleasant ROOMS AND BOARD
in a desirable par; of the city. Inquire ar. NEWS
office. * marl8-l*
Rcworbs. .
TJ TlLRTY BOLL AJEISIWARDELL BE
?paid for lafuruiatldn that will Kyid to'rhe re
turn or? live?- colmcd S KIT Blt BITCH, who "an?
swers to the name of Zanptiu- She. left the resi?
dence cofuer of Calhoun and Rm l?-lge streets on
thc ranrhlTig of the*l?; h. Apply there ur at No. 52
Broad street. ' ' . matt7-2
Juiunriai.
-y^7" . ? N T E p
SPARTANB?RG ANO UNION RAILROAD GUAR
, ASTEEB BONDS. > " "
gpartaaburg aud Cuion Railroad Guaranteed.Past
Due Coupon?
Laurens Railroad a?arante*ed Bonds
Laurens Railroad Guaranteed Past Due Coupon's.
" Apply to . * . . L. GAMBRILL,
raarl7-2* . NO. 7 Broad street.
JFcrtill?CT8.
N
0. I PERUVIAN GUANO.
.. (CHINCHA ISLAND.) '
Delivered at any Depot on the Wilmington and
Manchester. Cojumbla' and Augusta,-dr Cheraw
Railroads at $93 per ton of 2240tpouti<1s.
. inarrs-l H. L. CHISOLMT Adger's wharf.
(ffaitoring, Inrriisljing -?oobst &z.
J O H-N R U G H E I M E.R ,
.NO. Ut KIN? STREET*
WEST SUDS, A FEW COORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would re-ipectrully Inform, lils friends that-be
hns Just'returned from New. York with a large
and well selecletrstock of the latest styles ol
- SPRING AND SUMMER .GOODS.
Also, u r?ll assortment of
GENTLEnHNJS FURNISHING *G00Dl?
Including tue celebrated '
STAR SHIRTS."
marie
?HemO?iJl?.
THE SECURITY I.IPE INSURANCE A?JD
ANN ITY COMPANY, of New York, hirve re?
moved to their Bow Oflloe No. 40 HRuAU STREET,
maris .LOUI? stl- RKKSEE, Agent.
NOTU'E. -THE "EQUITABLE" LIFE
<ASSURAN0K3O01RTY,"pf Nf York, ftuvc
removed from No. Ul Meet*nv street to their
hew office, No, 20 BROAD STREET.
Wat B.-SHAW,
rebid ueoeral Agent.
tumbar, ' SuAt Ut.
^GESGIT'KOS' TH^DE^ERjaiTX
-" STEAM SAW MILLS,
BUILDERS' DEPOT, No. 94 CHURCH STREET,
THRSE DOORS^ORTH OP BROAD.
The undersigned rcsneCUuHy solicits orders ror
CITY MILL SAWEii LUMBER, to' be Bellvorert at
any whan In i tie city, nur Mills being operated by"
ex per- a and experlencd mechanics, we exuact tn
oder a Huuerlor ai'th lo ol lumoer, both in quality
and reautariry cu nriir.- V-ssels t th- hugest
size can be loaded at the mils. Having made ar
raiigciuoui- ror the manufacture of KiixeM for
shjpplug vegctnblca. at pricoe whluii will defy
compeTltloii. we Invite" the attenilon nf farners
and.shippers to. our -One Hats Por one cent ari
? ".it ional Boxes In lois of lou or over wilt be deliver?
ed at thefforts of the road. E. M. uRkM.ltE.
maro
LAST PERFORM'ANCE.
Doors open at Uro o'clock.
TAdiDlsstOB'SS cents.
E-V?RY OHUH> WILtr RECEIVE A PRESENT.
-rig-l ; ? ? . - t:
^O'APBHY OF kl>SIC.
. . TWO NIGHTS ONLY"
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 23 AND 74.
"A: toa reqnesi er a .large number of. citizens the
warld-ienowned .*
DAVENPORT. BROTHERS
v?l r?tam*??k|ilve tw? more of their awfally
mysterious- Exhibitions at the abomQaJl. Their
wonderful Seances bave been gffljn m lhe*pres.
en co of the Crowned negus aid nobility fy. Europe
and* before vast-, and. Intelligent aas?r?bjages
throughout E itt ope. and America, a? tonlsblag and
con rounding the wisest of all countries;and many
cf the learned have been forced by tbamost over?
whelming evidence to pronounce tiiem Inexplica?
ble. They mast be seen io be-ap pre slated."
The sale of seats will commence MONDAY, at.
JOHN M. GREER A SON'S Bookstore. marl8-6
Q. B A N D B A L L '
-. .' * OB,. THU*
.OE RM A is LADIES'-SQ C?BIT .
.? \ At . .
HIBEiiNIAN HALL, "jiABCH ?7, 1871.'
The* German Ladles'. Society p^perse'j^vlng one
Of iheTt ?popular ANNUAL BALLS. Tickets of
the same ($1 for gentlemen and 60 cents for la?
dies,)-mar be had from the following gentlemen*
* 5. J."H. On^?SSEN. "
J. H SD3TED1, '. ?" W. UFFERiLiftDT,
J.-HBESEMANN, . F. J. LI LIEN THAL, . '
F..PDCEHABER. E. G. B. FISHER, i
F. W?HMANN, J. P. ME RK H A RDT,
F. H. FLOGER, mtF. E.'SCHRODER,
D." WERNER.. J. AK ILS, ...
F. H. LEHMKUHL, - * G. V?IOT.
marlS-stfnU
^CADEMT O? KrJSiO.
Esctraordlhary Engagement for the week oom
mencmg Mardi 27th.
LYIMA THOMPSON ana her r?retra na rabie Com
. . pasty In
PARIS, OR TSE APPLE OF DISCORD.
This Company HT the best "organization' of "its
kind In thia country or irr Europe. . maria-6*
A.D?M? OE MUSIC.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY ANT*TUESDAY,
MA?CH17,lS\20an$-21.
G RAN li M ATTN E? SATURDAY. AT ft P. M.
* 'WONDERS OF THE WTJREIT.
?o.
FIRST Toua OF AAtaaiOA,
OF" -
SATSUMA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE.
"Oompbsed of ?trist? of tooth' B??ha,\"
ACROBATS", ? - ' -
. . JUGGLERS, .*'.". 4
AND EQUILIBRISTS.
The only Japanese'Troupe now. Performing ta
. America. .
Prloes as usual. Admission to Mattum, Adulte
M cents. Children 26 cen ta Reserved "Seats fer
?ak) at Academy three days tn advance,
H. SCHUTZMANN, Direct?, - .
W. E. HAYDEN, Business Manager.
marl 4-7_ ?
ttlE MA?CH krjMBER
orrga
RURAL CAROLIN r A^N,
and read the following articles : Does Farattirg
Pav in the sonth ? D. wyatt Aiken; Commercial
Manures witto Experimenta, Edward'Mcintosh";
UuKlutn Rice in Katy, R Peyr* Porcher;- Bs parto
llrass. Eugene W, Hilg.rd; The Fig, a. Neglected
icqsource, P. J. Berckipane; Exprimants with
Tomatoes, u. Ohlsolm; Dash Potatoes fdr Whiter
Use, H. W Ravenel; Is the 'sou-'h a S:ook Coun?
try f D. Wyatt Aiken; Bee Hives oner Bee Charm?
ine. P. T. Quatflenaum'i History of Charleston
Phosphates, L. M. Hatch.
Also many other artiolei, varied correspond?
ence and. in nea editorial matter in thia the LEAD?
ING AOUYHERN AGRICULTURAL MAGAZINE.
Subscription, $2 per annum.
' Address ? .
: Ri JUAL OAI^OLINLV?; .
felr-'T ' Charteston, S. OT
Xgncnltii?, <5mtif,nftttte, &t.' ;
pi^S.yrCOTW^ SEED' FOB-SALE.
75 bushels 'IPREfflUai?' (Crop OT 1870, sold at
$1 '25 per pooud.) * ?
- bushels ' Albion,"'(Crop or 1870, sold at itt par
pound.). " .
-bushels "Champion" Crop, and select.
- Apply to GAILLARD A MINOTT, .
feb&ittistu Vanderhorst'a Wharf,.
Spool Cotton.
J & m P. COA T S"
" SPOOL COTTON. . x
We have In Stock and'will always keep an as?
sortment of OOATS? THREAD for sale at New
York ira.le pri?es. JOHN G. tULNOR A'C?.. - - <
- rebll stntilflmim . No. 135 Meeting street.
?roc?tie&i Ciqnors, &?.
j'MpOFTBD CHAMP AGN?S.'
Now on hand the- following brands CHAM?
PAGNES, at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket,
case or bottle :
Piper J? Co.'s BEIDSIECK . .
CHas. Heldaleck's-= GREEN SEAL
" V. E. OUoquot^ PONSARDIN
Mumm's. V E RZ EN A Y and FRI VATE STOCK. ' .
Roederer's DRYSILLERY
.G. H. Mumm'a DRY V ERZ ENA Y
Bouche," FUS A Oo.'? BRANDS'
Napoleon's CABINET
. - DHY VERZE?AY
8?RTE BLANCHE."
- - E. E.' BEDFORD,
-Late Wm; S Corwin A Co;, '
i "j??jl _ .No. 275 King street.
S
PARKLING MOSELLE
SPARKLING CATAWBA
UOOH EIMER ." ?.
NJ LR?TKINER
. LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS
CHARTREUSE
. CURACOA
MARASCHINO
* RUSSIAN K?MMEL
ABS?NTHE
' VERMOUTH
PARFAIT AMOUR
CREME DE ROSE ,
. NOtEAUX
'ANISETTE.
E. E. BEDFORD, .
jami . . No.-tra- Dag street. .
B
n EMEN LAGER BEEP.
ENGLISH -ALES
SCOTCH ALES
CHAMPAGNE ALES
LONDON PORTERS
DUBLIN PORTERS
-CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
' E. B. BSDFORD,
anil SD. AU King street
?JOALI COAL ! COAL!
200 tona Superior RED ASH COAL, landing and
tn yard. Fur sale few.
. THOMAS S. BUDD.
marU-tothsS ' No. 16 Boyce's Wharf.
^y-HITB AND COLORED MATTXW.G.,
A A White. vObecked and Faucy Colored MAT?
TING of good quality. For sale ny
mars-tbs tao A. FL TAFT A CO.
&ous?&?t?ttnovs, Ut. H
SALjT BACON.
_ Be D. ?. SHOULDERS and SIDES. In
!, landing and Tor sate low by
. *$ . .BERNARD O'NEILL,
iHarl8?- iggggg_East Bay.
^yjf-E.S TE E N BA-CON. "~
-~- SO MMrt.--W?teTn?m**e<i O: R. 8IBB8
' . 20 brid*. -JPeMarn Smoked Shoa?dere.
80 rtirees''BArgrasa" flams.*
Io Kore, fot Baie at reduced prioes-by
.BERNARD O'NEILL,
maria _ . ? East-Bay.
gTRICTLY CHOICE BUTTER.
10 firkins Strictly Ctiolce Goshen BUTTER, se?
lected for family ase, arid 7o* sale by
marl81_HENRY COBIA ft CO.
g O fi .N I O;0 R#Nl IT
20,00ft bushels Prime WHITE CORN, itljtofe,. .
lo.Otxr brarfets fTln^WMteTjorlf; to. arrive from
Baittmore and iiorfoik;- .
FOL sale bv . . .-TUPPER 4 SONS.
ro?rl7-?.
gAiTED SIDES AND SHOULDERST
30b'boxes Prime Lons Clear MIDDLES
TOO boxes Pilate D. sTdlunlders
m*m**BkM* Ls#tL *tJ?** ?
Foraalfrhy. f. TUPPER A SONS.
.marira " ' '
Q R E AI*. IHDUCEME XT-ft \
FOR case PURCHASERS, '
* ? .." .
. .*?'. . .4*
H ?"&.L"HT ? 9 *? H-E AP ST 0. EE ,
. -NO. 388 KING STREBT, j
SiSIf? OP tm OBOOKHOT.fiOTJS? AMD CABOXTJfB
. TBA ?OtlKt. . - . ' * * .
THE PLACE FOR GOOD TEAS *AT- L0W PRlggS.
?Pattles desirous of getting-the bestand tbemost
for their cash, v'oald do wall to give, me a oou?aa
thave. red acid the greater part of my stock to
flgtireH verv sllgfitly In advance-of impof ftngcoTtfl.
I. bave os huid & lacee s toot of CROCE RHSS.
CROCKERY, Tl aware, Hardware; Glassware, and
House FuTnlsrilng-*Godils generally. Bear ra mina
that I am tonet. Cid..Government- Javis Coffee*,
lbs. for fi. and the very best Young Hyson Tea hy
-?he pound" package for$l 50; euolce-Syrap for 76
guaranteed. *..-.> .
A large let jf Looking Glasses mash below
mah?facturor'E cost . JU ON vt LINLEY.
? man6*-lyf* _?_*
" H. y^'h <5 H,
.< aCCCES?O? TO THE * , . .
PALMETTO PltJ-N-EER COOPERATIVE
*? . G RD CERT,
'-*-,'
Corner Meeting and "Market Stre?u..
". -..t-.
Having now m.Btor'e a full and. complete stoojc
of GROYj?BfE6, WTJJE3, LIQUOR?.: arc, I would
lataectfally imite-toe ai ten ti m af paattaasers to
the same. Pi roes as. low- as. the lowest, with
t-uaiirvffhd weight of goads guaranteed.?'
-travia* raoelvad AB Agency *K the ?rest
Dui tea Btatea Tt? Cony^uiy, J cat prepared to
offerbargainsintheTEA fte. S?
Ail getjai delivered free._ mans
g H IHTG-KEt? V 'S HMT.fr * g S !
Prima CYPRESS SHINGLES. In hunches, deUT
vere .l either at the city pr ai Sullivan's Lshuid.
r or sale by SHACKELFORD-ft SELEY,
? matasjsnw . - Na.<**Bu^'a>Wbarf.
fCTEW GROif M?S COVAD O'AND CLAYED
JJr K0LAS8BB,? *^ * ?*
60 aids. 1 Superior Bright New Crop sips
60 tierces f covado MOLASSES,
lia nada (-Suparlor Bright-New Crop Clayed
25 116TCC9 J HEMwBMBi
THwjwove*cargc> Imported bj Schooner Willie
Mardo, from Cardenas, 1n new .packages, 1?^ nae
order, ls nov beint landed at Atlantic. WharL .
For ftelfftry J. A. ?N8LOW ft 00.,.
.-araru _. No? lil Bast Bay.
J^EW O?LSANS^Oii-AasaS, SUGAR, *c7
250 bhls. New Orleans MOLASSES , .
se h?aa.1.*c-tr Orleans Sagar
100 bbJtee Havana Sugar
300 bags Rio Codee
600 pttgs. Smoked and Dry "Salted Bacon.
! Forasleiawby . . . -J
1 -STEFFENS, WERNER * DUCKER.
febTs-lmo
JJ?CON! BACON 1 BACOS!
, in store and receiving :
60 hhda, C.'R. BACON SIDES (Western)
60 Bhda.'Het.'vy western Bacon Shoulders
26 lianas Prions." n.-Hama(canT*ued.J,
' Fer sale low at MACQUEEN' ft RIECKE'S,
' mani , Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range.
Jp LOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS,' HAMS,
- PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, ftO.
.' J?FPQ EDS *A CO..
NOS. 17 and 19'TENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
. LOJFBST MARKET RAT**:
600 bbln. Ereih Ground FLOUR ..
25 hhda. Cholee Clear Rib Sides
at) shds. Prim smoked Shoulders
.10 Uei-oee choice S. C. Hams .
lo tterue? Pnre**Leaf Lard
* 26 bbl i. Heavy City Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt sues
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies^
' loo HM ks RK) Coffee
lb? bblamReflhed Sugars
. iou cases 2 and 3 Tb. Fresh Tomavoea
. Ta caaris Freah Peaches:
. loo. ca??, 1 and 2 a, Fresh Oystew.
octli-tnthsemos_* * ? y
fr "<fc H. % CATHER yOQ^'S
* ? JTRA FI??E PURE OLD
M O N 0 N G AH ELA W H IS ETI ES.
In order to facilitate :he supply Of our PURE!
OLD MOBONG .ARELA RYE WHISKIES to 001'
form?r aumerons cuatomers at the South, wo
have .-ippblnted Messrs. H. GERD S ft. 00! oar
Agenta, who, by this -arrangement, are enabled to
supply the trade at Drictfs wiilch will inanre satis?
faction. H. ft P. W. CATHBRWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to inform their
customers and the trade generativ that they have
anil a few barrels of the Mesera. CATHERWOOD'S
-PINE OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which luvt had the benoni of a Southern snmmer'a
heat. Hare also received recently; one hundred!
barrels of various grades, at rednced'pricfis.
H. OE ROTS A CO.,
dec2o-tutbaamo8 ~ No. iMBastBay.
.W
ILSON & BRO.
Have nos; in Stock a large and carefully selected
Assortment of
Fare DRAWING TEAS,
which they ate Beling at 25 cents per poutfd be?
low last y ear-ii prices for same quality.
Parties desiring a good article Rt the Tea lino
would do wei- LO try them.
WS have also a FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
tn which -line we feel satined that from dur long
experience lu business*to -sell you as low,-if not
LOWBR, than anvother store ID the'elty.
Jt9- ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
SAM. H. WILSON & BRO.,
Anson and Society stree**.
g UTTER ! BUTTER !"
Strictly Pr)me-GOSHEN BUTTER, always on
hand, at .* W-ILS0PP8 GROCERY.
rjWMATOE3 ! " TOMATOES I *
Canned TOMATOES, $2 Der daz'jn. .
W1LSU.VS GBOCERT.
jg UGA RS! S?6ABSI
8"ven pounds CRUSHED SUGAR, si
'Seven and one-qn arter pouiiSs "A" Sag'ar, $L
Ah Goods delivered free. No charge for Pack
log. WILSON'S G OOBRY,
Anson and Society streets.
QOFFEEI COFFEE!
KIO GOFF EE, six and one-quarter pounds, $1.
A better article than sold elsewhere at a higher
price. At WII?OtPd GROCERY.
Ai H on and Society streets.
JTEA8T POWDERS!
PRESTON ft MERRILL'S
Pioneer's .
Gant? Sea Foam
Bomfords self-Raising Preparations
Royai Baking Powders
Dr. Price a Cream Powders. Jt
Forsale itt WILSON'S GROCERl?
- Anson and Society streets.

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