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If this cannot be done, protection against losses by mall may be secured by forwarding a draft on Charleston pay Die to the order of the proprietors of THE NEWS, or by sending the money In a registered letter. Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.. No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.C. Wat QfyntUgtm &tto?. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1871. NEWS OE THE DAT. -Gold closed In New York, on Saturday, at Hall*. , -Cotton closed dull and nominal, with sales of 1600 bales, at 14J cents. -In Liverpool cotton closed dull and easier ? uplands 7ja7}d, Orleans 7?a7jd; sales 10,000 bales. . " -Theodore Monroe, a colored man, from Charleston, S. C., originally. Is said to have acquired an extended reputation as a physi? cian, at Cairo, Egypt. ? ! _A Madrid letter declares that King Ama? deus is already weary o? his royal honers, and that It ls not Improbable he will soon resign the crown of Spain, having discovered he can depend on nobody either for advice or friend? ship, v _A letter from Concord, N. H., referring to the late election, says the two ladies who were nominated for school committee were both de? feated. In one district Miss Longley ran on the Republicar -ticket, and was opposed by her father on the Democratic ticket. He was elect-. edJay a small majority. -The President has informed General .Banks , that the story of the offer of Spain to sell Cuba to the United States, is an old one of more than a year's date, and that all that has transpired new In it of late is a mere intimation that they -'will take one hundred millions In gold Tor the island. -A Chicago detective lately bet that For? rester ls not the Nathan murderer, and that he could Write the names of three men, two of whom would be convicted of the crime within one year. ' The wager was accepted, and the ?names secretly written and sealed up for a year. - -The natives o? Alsace, the provinces re? cently ceded by France to Germany under com? pulsion, have opened communication with the Governor of Missouri, with a view of promoting emigration. Their inquiries have been re? sponded to with full information as to the soil climate and other mattera of Interest. This movement would look as if the Alsatians were not inclined to be Germanized. -The total number of immigrants arriving 'In this country, with intent to remain, during the year ending December 31, 1870, l3 report? ed from the Department of State aa 280,276, whereof Great Britain furnished 145,381, or over hali, the Irish Immigration not being re . ported separately; Germany 83,546, lesa than one-third; Sweden and Norway 14,133, and China cornea fourth, Bending us 11,553. Canada ends but 2AS. -London Court .rumors have lt that the Princess Beatrice, ninth child of Queen Victoria, ls to marry the Marquis of Ely. The Princess is fourteen and the Marquis twenty-one. As there ls evidently in this the same striking disparity in rela? tivo rank as in the contract lor the mar- ' < rlage of the Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne, lt will, if true, be anything but re? freshing to the pride of the higher order of nobility, while ic signifies a royal lack of ap? preciation o? the infallibility or royal blood. -A Washington letter of Thursday says : The disintegration and demoralization which have been going on lp the Republican party In Con? gress since the 4th of Mason, received a most forcible illustration to-day in one of the most -exulting and extraordinary scenes ever en? acted in the H?se of Representatives. Not only was the speaker compelled to leave his chair and defend himself on the floor ot the House from a severe assault made upon him by G?nerai Butler, but five Republican mem? bers arose In their seats and declined to serve on the special committee to investigate tire South, which had been appointed, yesterday. For two hours there was a storm ot bitterness, invective, crimination and recrimination; charges of trickery and falsehood, oT corrup? tion and slander between the Republicans who have split on the policy to be pursued In legis? lation, ?hat has never been equalled in the party ranks in Congress. The Democratic members poured Into the main aisles -and Ylewed and listened 4 with astonishment-a scene so remarkable that General Buller even denounced lt as disgraceful to the party, the House and the country.' Thafc sldej however, did not participate in the debate, but Beemed willing that the Republicans should flirht lt out on their present line, even if it pretreated the session aU summer. The galleries were quite fall, and enjoyed the display by bursts of ap-" plause and roars of 1 aug ht e r. -The terrible Bcene in Paris, on the 26th ult., when an inoffensive man was murdered by a crowd of Reds, is graphically set forth In the D?bats. All day detachments had been marching up to the Column of July, in the Place de la Bastile, the figures around which were draped in crape, and listening to ad? dresses in praise ot the Republic. Suddenly, some hundreds of men emerged from the Rue St, Antoine, dragging a well-dressed man. who had been seized for noting with a pencil book and the numbers of the detach? ments, and, on being searched, proved to be a police agent. The furious crowd dragged him towards the canal, when an officer succeeded In getting him Into the guardhouse and closing the gate. Thence, ia spite of the officer's protesta, he was dragged amid crleB rt "They want tb let him escape !" "Give him up to us !" Blows fell thickly upon him; he was hustled and kicked, and appeared al? most .dead. There were at that time about 20,000* persons collected on the Place de la Bastlle. The prisoner was dragged toward the Boulevard Bourdon, he begging to be al? lowed to shoot himself. The chasseurs who held him put him upon a bench, and submitted the question to the csowd, "Will you allow the prisoner to blow out his brains with his own revolver ?" "No !" was the response, follow? ed by cries ol, "To the water with him !" The poor fellow's arms and legs were tied, and he was hurled from the quay and pelted with stones; the current bore bim away, ^and the crews of the rlver'steamers were prevented by the mob from rescuing him, till the body drifted under the piling and was seen no more, Healthy Signs. Parson Gain, in the last number of the Missionary Record, demands* a change in every department of the State government. He declares-with emphasis that "the Sirocco "cometh, surcharged with death." In other words, he justly deduces from the inexor? able logic of facts that Republicanism in South Carolina, in its present form, is a fraud and a failure. He rays down the broad propositions that there are no leaders of the Republican party in the State; that they have been sold out to the corrupt Rings who ruled the Legislature; and that unless some man shall rise above the petty prejudices ol a mere faction, there can be no such thing as reform. Even the Governor, the Parson says, seems to have lost confidence in his white confreres, orhe would have invited them to participate in the receat consulta tiorrat Columbia; while the colored people, by following the advice of would-be friends, have become mere tools in the hands of de? signing partisans. The sum and substance of his conclusions are that when the Chief Executive cannot lind enough hone3t men in his own party with whom to affiliate and ad vise, there is no vitality left in the organisa? tion to commend it to the rank and file of the people. The Parson concludes by say ingthat "intelligence will rule the world "Cureeand brand it as you may, there is a "power in intellect" and integrity which "nothing can overcome. And the only "question is whether the ignorant and cor "rupt shall still have preferment, and the "people shall quietly submit to bo ruled by "stupidity." Utterances like these, coming from a lead j er of the colored race in South Carolina, con I sidered in connection with the developments in other parts of the State, indicate the pre v alence-among the blacks of a restlessness, a dissatisfaction, and a determination hence? forth to choose as their representatives in ail public offices honest and capable men, even though they may be compelled to-seek them outside of the Ihnes of the Republican * ?*-?^~? . i Bon Voyage ! Grant seems to be singularly fond of the South Carolina carpet-baggers. Bowen was notoriously one of his special pets, - and it is said that in case of his conviction for bigamy, a pardon from the White House is confidently looked for. Meantime, while .Bowen ls under a cloud, another of our ex Honorables is pror'sed a pretty plum. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun tells us : "It seems to be ge nert.:.'/ ex? pected among Administration Republicans "here that the H?H. S. L. H?ge, late mem "ber of Congress from the Third District bf I j "South Carolina, will be app inted Minister j i "to Brazil." Verily this will be a good riddance ! The J j late constituents of the Honorable Solomon are ready to wish bim a safe voyage, provided he stands, not upon the order of his going, but goes at once. And should. Brazil gro w so enamored of the rising hero, jurist and statesman, all rolled into one, as to adopt him for her own*forlorn South Carolina will imitate the resignation of bereaved Ohio, and strive to reconcile herself to her loss. Now for thc Nutmeg State ! Connecticut holds her election on Monday, the 3d of April, and the Radicals are shak? ing in their boots with fear lest she should follow the lead which New Hampshire has so nobly set. Politically, Connecticut has shown herself of late years anything but the "Land of Steady Habits." In fact no State of New England hus so often shifted her parti status. In 1868 she gave English, Democrat, for Governor 1764 majority. This was at the spring election. IrHhe following fall General Grant, for President, carried the State by 2936 majority. In 1869 Jewell, Re? publican, had 411 majority. In 1870 the ta bles were again reversed, and English, Dem oerat, was elected by 843 majority. It will thus be seen that the State is very close, and that a few hundred votes have generally de? cided the result In the Forty-first-Congress the delegation of Connecticut consisted of three Republicans and ono Democrat, the 11 majorities being respectively 736, 424, 2399 and H60, l Ii. Decided Snub. |J 1 Greeley, in bis TW?une, does not comment f very kindly upon the maiden speech of the ?rst black representative of South Carolina. He says Mr. Elliott, one of South Carolina's new| representatives, asserted on Tuesday that the Ku-Klux disturbers of the South are 'the very class of men whom lt is proposed to relieve ol their political disabilities.' In the absence of proof, probabilities are eutitled to. weight, ?ind Mr. E.'s naked assertion does not suffice to prove that the ralduijiht riders and raiders in masks and multiform disguises, by whom the South ls now disturbed, are the ex-colonels, ex-legislators and ex?ma!;lstrates ol the old slavebolding regime who are alone excluded from office by existing disabilities. Ii Mr. E. had asserted that pears and watermelons are generally stolen by clergymen and deacons fifty to eighty years old, his mistake would not be more obvious than it now ls." "Tricks Hint arc Vain." Scarcely a day passes that we do not get one or more communications from persons who have been honored with the lithographed circulars of the pretended dealers in counterfeit currency, or of some other of the thousand and one swindling concerns which have of late years Bprung up every where over the North. Generally the recipients of these precious missives want them published in the THE NEWS, and modestly appeal to us to "expose the ras cab." Nowtheoircrdareare, ?rmost c?sea, ol such a character that they-bear upon their face their own exposure. Nohonestman Ls in the slightest danger of be?onilng a victim to their seductive proposals. And al? though every newspaper expects to do its best for the protection and enlightenment of the fools, for onr own part we cannot re? cognize any obligation to perform a like office for the knaves. Tiic German Conquests. The Northern papers publish a most im? probable statement that owing to 'the de? termined resistance of the people of Alsace and Lorraine to German rule, and owing also to the injurious competition which the manulacturers-of Germany will encounter in those provinces, Bismarck proposes to re? turn both AJsace and Lorraine to France for a money consideration of $300,000,000. This can hardly be considered an over-estimate of the value of 12,279_sqnare miles of territory and 2,747,761 population, either absolutely or relatively to other sales of a like charac? ter. A per capita tax of One- hundred dol? lars on the people would pay the whole. And there are the manufactures and various inter? ests of the territory to contribute in addition. Still we cannot but regard the statement that the Germans will surrender for a money con? sid?ration the slice which they have been at so much pains to carve out of French terri? tory as one of worse than doubtful accuracy. AT LAST we begin to hear plain talk from the Great West on the subject of Free Trade and Revenue Reform. The radical Chicago Post insists upon the immediate and abso? lute abolition of every form of duty upon such necessaries as coal, salt,'?c., and adds : "Taxation should be levied for the single "purpose ef revenue, and not to favor any "class or section. Ail the West asks is "open markets and a clear field for it3 pro? ductions, and a chance to buy where it can "make the best bargains. Tiiat right it is "going to insist on, and public men who "stand in the way will be crushed politically "as certain as the w?rld moves." THE New York Sun, with its usual motl .esty, claims the overthrow of the Radical party in New Hampshire as the special re? sult of its own war against the Grant ad? ministration. ?bitnorp. GUERARD.-Died at Blnrrton. S. C., March 14, 1871, Dc JOSEPH ST. J cu KN GUERARD, tn the fifti? eth year of lils age. S n ncr al ot ic ra. '^pmrrmEaE^iVE?L^mDs AND acquaintances of Mr. Hauke Kruer, and of Mrs. A. E. Kruer, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Services of their lorant son, JOHN HENRY, from their residence,, corner of Middle and Minority streets, TRIS AFTERNOON, at o'clock. mar20-? pm* THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT ANOE? or Mr. JOHN CORBY and of his brother, Irwin Corby, and-family, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of Mr. JOHN CORBY, from lissome Hail, THIS MOKKISO, at 9 o'clock, wlth sut further invitation. mar20 DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, Ko. 1, A. and A. S. K.-Members of the above named Lodge are hereby summoned to attend the Funeral ot their late Brother, JOHN CORBY, from Masonic Hail, THIS MORNING, at 0 o'clock. By order or the T. P. G. M. CHARLES F. SAMMIS, marco E. Grand Secretary. SOLOMON'S LODGE, ?o. 1, A. F. a.-Thc Olllcers aud Members or this Lodge are respectfully invited to assemble at Masonic Hall, rms MORNING, at 9 o'clock, for the purpose of inylug thc lust tribute of respect to our late Sroiher, JOHN CORBY. By order W. M. L. B. LOVEGREEN, mario Secretary. Special Notices. par- NAOTICE~^3L^^^ :losed for a lew days for the purpuse of arrang ng Stock, after which the same will be disposed )f at Public Sale, of which due notice will be liven. J. R. READ A CO. mar20-2 ^SrTHE COliNEU STONE OF THE Plymouth Cougn-gaUoiial Church ls to be laid ruts DAV, at the northwest comer of Bull aud Pitt streets-the Exercises to commence at 4 Relock precisely. All arc Invited to attend. A | collection will be taken to aid Ute enterprise. W. J. BKODIE, : J. A. BIRNEY, } committee. mar20-l* P. MAZYCK, CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP PALL RIVER, from Pulltf.-ielphia, are hereby no? dded tiiat alie win uuicuarge cargo TO-DAY, at Brown's W?ar'. Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on wharr at owners' risk and ex? pense. WM. A. OOORTENAY, Ageut. mar20-l pm* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP GEORGIA, from New York, are hereby notified that she will discharge cargo THIS DAY it Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. Goods uncalled for it sunset will remain on the wharf at owners' risk and expense. WM. A. COURTENAY, mario-l_ Agent. pm* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT three months after date application will be made or renewal certificates of io Shares Som h Caro? ma Railroad and Bank STOCK, No. 3183. dated !2d November, 1866, standing lu the name of W. L Waunamakcr; aud 10 Hair Shares South Caro? ma Railroad and Bank Stock, No. 022, dated 31st Mareil, 1860, lu the name of W. L. Wannamaker, :he origma! Certificates having been lost cr de? stroyed during the war. Orangeburg, SC., March 17,1871. W. E. WANNA MAKER, Administrator of Estate VV*. L. Waunamaker. manto-iaraos p&*B ATC HE LOK'S HAIR DYE.-THIS SUPERB HAIR DYE is the best tn the toorid-per rectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No ilisappuimmeut. No ridiculous tints or unplcas ant-odor. Tho genuine W.A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black ur Natural Bruw'u. Does not stalu Hie skin, but leaves tue huir clean, soft and beautiful. The nuly Safe aud Perlecf Dye. Sold by all Drug? gists. Factory No. 16 Boi.d street, New York. jau23-uiwflyr JSfr-WHEN YOU ARE LEPKESSED BY the gaunt, sickly feeling oi a disordered system, which nee-is to be cleansed and stimulated into healthy acdon, take a duse or-two or AYERS PILLS and see how quick you can be restored for. a shilling. maiir-fmw3DAW 2?-JOHN C. BAKER & CO 'S GENU? INE MEDICINAL <JOO LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH? ED 1830.-Acknowledged by emiuent physicians tn be the best In the world. S'old by Dru'-jlsts ??enendlY. JNO. C. BAKER ? CO., Philadelphia. A full supply on hand by DR. II. BAER, feb6-mwr6inos No. 131 Meeting street. pg* ATTENTION. TAXPAYERS -ALL rAXES not paid on or before MARCH 22, U71, are table to a penalty or twenty per cent. All Taxes tut paid un or bet?re JUNE 13, iSTl, are liable to au tdditional penally of Uve percent., when property >r taxpayers will be levi d on by distress or other viso. marl?-? WM. GURNEY, County Treasurer. Special Satire?. A FRIENDLY CALL, AND WHAT (VAS SAID.-It to; unman nature to tell our rienda our ailments. We all do lt, expecting lympathy. Sympathy ls a great comfort to lnva Ids. When we have recovered, too, we are rond )f talking or the medicines that relieved us.- This s a good trait in our humanity. It showB that tre are graterul for benefits received. The other day Mrs. E. Sutcllff, the well-known teacher or crayon painting, whose atelier ls in Court street, Brooklyn, was visited by a lady pupil, who had been absent rrom her class, nearly a month. "What has been the matter?" said Mrs. S., "Haveyou been sick?" "Very," wara the reply. "What complaint ?? "Dyspepsia. Ithought I should have ?ied." "Ah ! and what did the doctors do ror you, my dear?" said Mrs. 8.. "Noth? ing," responded the young lady. "A gentleman Mend," she continued with a tell-tale blush, "ta dnoed me to try PLANTATION BITTERS; and yon see the result; I am perfectly well.? Thu? conver? sation occurred bi Mrs. Sutcllff's studio; and it is here given as she relates lt, word for word. SBA MOSS FARINE .from pure Irish Moss, for Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, Ac. The cheapest, healthiest and most delicious food In the world. mar20-mwr3nao - PB- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Sub-Agents or the Land Commission, that, rrom and after the first day of March, 1871, they will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. ' L. CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board. ROBT. C. DSLAROE, L. C. ri. S.#C. Columbia, February 28,1871. ._marti NOTICE.-NATIONAL FREED? MAN'S SAVINGS AND TH?ST COMPANY CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 74 BROAD STREET. Money deposited on or before March 20th will draw intere?t from March 1st, at SIX PER CENT. NATHAN RITTER, maris . Cashier. PST NATIONAL SAVINGS BANS. CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES-DEPOSITS OVER $2,260.000 CHARLESTON BRANCH No. 74 BROAD STREET. -Deposits made on or before March 20th will draw interest from March 1st. , Ioterest paid or Compounded March, July and November. ** Deposits of $50, and upwards, draws Interest from date. Deposits can be withdrawn, without notice, during Banking hours, from 9 Ai M., to 2 P. M. Ope? Saturday mg hts from 5 to 8, to receive Deposits only. NATHAN RITTER, reb24-2i Cashier. CITY TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE -OF CITY APPRAISER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON. S. C., FEBRUARY 31BT, 1871.-Notice Is hereby given to all concerned that RETURNS ror all REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY, within the limits of the City of Charleston, shall be made and delivered at this office OB or before the twenty-flret day or March, 1871, ror the year com? mencing on the first day of January 1871, veri? fied by oath, or the person whose duty lt is to so list or return said property possessed by him, or nader his control, either as.owner, agent, parent, husband, guardian, executor, administrator, trus? tee, receiver, officer, partner, factor, or holder, with the YAI.UK or such -PBKSONAL property so held or controlled. By Section 54 of Act No. 22, or the Legislature or 1803, approved September 15th, providing ror the assessment and taxation or property, which act was extended, so rar as applicable, to the City or Charleston, by an act or tue Legislature, passed March 1st, 1870, lt ls made the duty ot the City Appraiser to add fifty per cent., and one dollar as penalty for failure or neglect to make returns of property within the time given so to do, and must be observed. The following must be-returued ror taxation as Personal Property, viz: Horses and Mules. Neat Cattle. Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Sliver Plate. Plano Fortes, Meladeons, or Cabinet Organs. Carriages. Wagons. Drays. Carts or other vehicles. Dogs. Average value of Ooods, Merchandise, or other commodities pertaining to business as merchant, agent or otherwise, between the ilrat days or Jan? uary, 1S70, aud 1871. Average value or all Materials used or provided for use In business as a manufacturer or other? wise, between the first days of January, 1870, and 1871. Value of all Machinery, Engines, T00I3, Fixtures and Implements used or provided, aud of all man? ufactured articles on hand on Jannary 1st, 1871. Value or Moneys, including Bank Bills and Cir? culating Notes on baud or deposit. Value of all Creel! s over legal Indebtedness. Value of ail investments in the Bonds or Stocks of any company, corporal len or person, lp or our of this city (except National Bank9 out of this city,) ?nd of the gross receipts ef Iusnrance Agencies in money and notes, between the flr6t days of January. 1870, and 1871, namely: Value or all other Personal Property, including Household Furniture. leb&Mmo P. J. OOOOAN, City Appraiser^ BE GUIDED BY WHAT YOI KNOW.-There ls an old proverb which says, ..Experience is the sarest guide." To this guide the sick and ailing naturally turn when casting about for the means or relier. They inquire what a m?dlcltie has done ror others, before they adopt lt themselves.' Of all the remedies and preven? tives In use, UOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS meets the test mon trlumphaitly, and hence its Immense popularity aud vast sales. The suflerer from Indigestion is sure to find some one among hie friends who has been cured or that ailment by the ramous vegetable stomachic. The victim or rever and ague, liver com.laint, constipation, nervous prostration, or general debility, has only to make inquiry In the neighborhood where he resides In order to dlBcoverwhat this standard restorative has effected in cases similar to his own" In the published testimony to Its merits he will fled a volume or proofs of its sanitary prop ertles, which lt ls impossible tor lils common Bensc to resist. Be irles lt, and the effect it pro? duces on hin system adds another to the host of wltucssea in its favor. Thus, it? reputation, founded on facts, not assertions, continually grows und spreads. Charlatans and lmposters, some of them mere local tricksters, and others who take a somewhat wider range, attempt to thrust into the hands and down the throats of Invalids their haphazard concoctions, as substi? tutes ror the tonic* which ror so many years has heeu a medical staple throughout the United States, Spanish America, Canada and the West Indies, but only succeed to a very limited extent; In this reasoning uge, thc people, having ascer? tained what is really deserving of their con 11 lence, d?chue "running after strange gods." maris-eoic ^ jsa- GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS for Yuung Men on Soda! Evils, and the propriety ot Impropriety of getting Mai ried, with sanitary Help for those wno feel unlined for matrimonial happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad* iress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa._an25-3moa Cumber, ?rnel, tee. ? ^G?'NCY 'OB'""THE* DEVEREUX STEAM SAW MILLS, BUILDERS' DEPOT, No. 94 CHURCH STREET, TUKBE DOORS NORTH OF BROAD. The undersigned respeciinlly solicits orders for 31TY MILL SAWED LUMBER, to be delivered at my wharf in 1 he city, liar Mills being operated by ixper:s and experienced mechanics, we expect to >iler a superior ann ie of luinoer, both In quality Mid remilariiy ol cut ting. Vessels the largest .ize eau lie loaded at the Mills. Having made ar 'atigemeiit* Tor the manufacture of Soxes tot 'nipping vegetables, at prices which will defy soiupetiiion. we invite tue attention offarmers md shippers to our hoe lists For one cent art tltlonal Boxes In ima ofioj or over will ne d?lirer? ai at ihe foi ks or the road. E.-M. GRkMKE. mart) illeeltngfc 312. ANDREW7S LODGE, Hb. 10, A. F. IL-The Regular Communication of thia .odge will be bela THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at fasonfc Hall. "By order W. M. mam L. P. SPEISSEGGER, JR., Secretary. RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION. -AN Adjourned Meeting of the Association will * held THIS EVENING, at Masonic Hall, at half? est 7 o'clock, when the Funda on hand will be ffered for sale. WILLIAM ?. STEEDMAN, mario Secretary and Treasurer. EOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM? PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet ugof your Company THIS (Monday) EVENING, at lalf-past 7 o'clock. H. T. PETERS, mar20_ Secretary. BANK OF . CHARLESTON, CHARLES? TON, MARCH 16, 1871.-A Meeting of the stockholders will be held In the Bank Hall, -on rms DAT, 20th Instant, at 12 o'clock. marl6-4 WILLIAM THAYER, Cashier. ?Jants. WANTED, A SITUATION BY A respectable white woman, to cook and rash for a small family. -Can come well recora nended. Apply at No. 47 East Bay. mario-l* WAITER WANTED.-"WANTED A good Waltlngman. One that can come well recommended. Apply at Ring Mansion, :orner George and Meeting streets. mar20-l* WANTED AGENTS- SEVENTY-FIVE to two hundted dollars per month every? where-male and female, to introduce the QENDINE IMPKOVED UOMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This machine wlU stitch, hem, fell, tuclq bind, braid, cord, quilt and em? broider In a moat superior manner. Price only 115. Fully warranted for five years. We will phv f loco for any machine that will'sew a "stronger, more beautiful or more elastic seam than ours, lt makes the "Elastic Lock Stick." Every second stitch can bc cut, and still the cloth cannot be pulled apart without-tearing tc We pay agents S'? to $200 per month and expenses, or a com mission.from which twice that amount can be made. For circulars and terms, aoply to or ad Ires*, C. BOWERS A CO., No. 438 Spruce street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' *? CAUTION -Do not be Imposed upon by other parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines under the same name or otherwise. Ours bl the only genuine and really practical cheap machine manufactured._ * rnar20-l* W?LISTED "TO BORROW IMMEDI ATELY, $1000. A good collateral and mortgage on "uo acres good cotton lands In Edge Held County, valned at $10,000. will be given as inrety. Apply nt the NEWS Office. marl8-2? WANTED, A SECOND-HAND MELO DEON, (five octaves.) In good order. Ap? ply by lener, to Q, DAILY NEWS Office, stating maker's name and lowest cash price. mar3 ?ost ano io an a. T OST, oliFRIL^Y^EV?NING LAST, A I 1 -DRAY-BOOK, mr recovery br which a libe? ral reward will be given. Apply at this office, maris ?to Kent. rpo RENT, THEDRICK HOUSE AND JL STORE, with FIXTURES, No. 15 King street. Apply at No. 54 King street mar20-j* TO RENT, TWO OR MORE FURNISHED ROOMS, in the western part of the city, with eras and cistern, at No. 22 Pitt street mar20-l* TO RENT, A PORTION OF A DESIR? ABLE Residence) No. 8 Hudson street To m arTproved tenant rent moderate, hi mai re on premises. mar20-l* - ?ox Sale. HORSES" AND MULES-JUST AR? RIVED at Mills House Stables, 50 head or Horses and Mules; also, some good Brood Marcs and Piantatlou Mules, which will be sold low. R. (J RAM AM it CO. ' mar20-3 BAKERY AT'MoUNT PLEASANT FOR SALE OR RENT, at a low figure, in centre of village; has a well established business. Sold only because the owner ls going West. Ap ply to B. H. BEQUEST, Mount Hea-aut marl3-m2 VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE. For sale the first-class double brake Jeffers ENGINE belonging to the Vigilant Fire Engine Company. This Engine ls eo well knoign through? out this city and State that a description ls un? necessary. Apply to L. D. MOWRY, President Vigilant Fire Englue Co., Atlantic Wharf. 43- Greenville Monntalneer. Yorkville Enquir? er, cheraw Democrat and Anderson Intelligencer will each copy once, and send bill as above. feb22-wfm FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA? CHINES, of good quality, which are offered cheap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between Meeting aud Church streets. febl4 WOOD SAWED AT 50 CENTS PER cord for each cht, from and after this date: and sold at WM. JOHNSON'S WOOD AND COAL YARD, east end Laurens street. J un20-1 arno . * flcunubs. dj? ?TSTliT^?lfTR D7~F1TR'TNY ^pJLV/V/U case or Blind, Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated PILES tba'. DEHING'S PILE REMEDY tulls to cure. It. ls prepared expressly, to cure the Piles and nothing elsn, add has cared cases of over twenty year's standing. SOld by all Druggists. Price fl. GOODRICH, Y7INEMAN ? CO., Agents, No. 23 flayne street. feb22-wrmltuo tUrg <S>ooos, fri. . J^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO. RESPECTFULLY ANNOCNCB TO THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC Tnat, owing to the PPECIAL FACILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS Of their Resident Partner In New York, They are enabled to purchase their BuppHes of | FINE AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, Both-Foreign and Domestic, in all cases from first bands, AT THE LOWEST CASH FIGURE, And thus to offer EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO CUS TOMERS, Their prices will be found from TWENTY TO FIFTY PER CENT. LOWER Than those of any other Dry Goods House in the South. They invite an Inspection of their Stock, which ls made up of . N O AUCTION G,0 Q.D S , But which, will be fonndto consist of an Immense variety of rHE CHOICEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES IN THEIR LINE. Comparison, as to quality, with the best goods offered elsewhere, IS OUALLENG E^D , And competition as to price IS DEFIED. : very article sold by UB ls warranted to be pre? cisely as represented. Our motto ls "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS," And Customers who-wish to SAVE MONEY IN BUYING Will do well to give ns a call. FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT * CO. Up-Town Store, I Down-Town Store, io. 437 King street, No. 244 King street, ?.'omer or Calhoun. | Near "The Bend.? octal Sim us errants. ^CA'D EMT O/P MUSIC. r*HE E?PETl%0*lr-0^ THE AMATEUR PBfl? FORMANCE OF MARRIED LIFE, To be followed by Morton's Laughable Comedy In one act. entitled, A PRETTY PIECE OF BUSINESS, haring been requested by a large number of citi? zens, and thc ladles and gentlemen of the Com? pany having kindly consented, for the Benefit of the Has el street Congregation of Israelites, the performance will take place on WEDNESDAY EVB NIKO, March 22, at the Academy of Music, nnder. the auspices of the following gentlemen : Hon. w. D. Porter, J. Marshall, Jr., Esq., Hon. 0. T. Lowndes, R. L. David, Esq., Hon. Wm. Whaley, Theo. D. Wagner, Esq., Hon. James Simons, H. H. Raymond. Esq., Hon. A. 0. Magrath, A. Slmonds, Esq., Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, W. L. Trenholm, Esq., Hon. J.E. Campbell, A. 0. Andrews, Esq., Hon. Titos, y. Simons, A. H. Abrahams, Esq., Hon. Henry Buist, C. 0. Witte, Esq.. Dr. E. Geddings, E. W. Marshall, Esq., B. D. Lazarus, Esq., Stanley G. Trott, Esq., Wm. Laidler, Esq., M. Stranss, Esq., Geo. s. Cameron, Esq., Wm. Gurney, Esq., L. Gronlng, Esq., Edwin Bates, Esq.. Alva Gage, Esq., L. Chap?n, Esq., G. Foll?n. Esq.', Dr. P. M. Cohen, George Do wie, Esq., L. D. Mowry, Esq. Dr. H. Baer, * John Chadwick, Esq., N. Levin. Esq., L. E. Johnson, Esq.. J. H. Oolburn, Esq., D. Loeb, Esq, J. D. Gillespie, Esq., E. H. Johnson, Esq., E. Es'dra, Esq.. J B E. Sloan, Esq., B. Bollmann, Esq., L. Drucker, Esq. J.<Apple, Esq., John Klin ck, Esq., E. Lafitte, Esq.. Henry Bischoff, Esq., L. Welskopff, Esq., Captain*F. Wagener, B. O'Neill, Esq., J. B. Cohen, Esq., H. H. DeLeon, Esq., Dr. J. B. Patrick, . . G. W. Almar, Esq., J. a H. Claussen, Esq., Jos. L. Tobias, Esq., R. S. Bruns. Esq., Z. Davis. Esq., G. L. Holmes, Esq., A. S. J. Perry. Esq., A. Falk, E-q., D. D. Cohen, Esq., B. Sprints. Esq., W."C. Davis, Esq., Dr. J. L. Buist, E. Platt, Esq., 0. C. Goodrich, Esq., W. Thomas, Esq., J. B. Stele, Esqe., J. Ti lest, Esq., M. Fnrghgott, Esq., S. C. Service, E-q., J. H. Devereux, Esq., S. S. Solomons, Esq:, J. N. Nathans, Esq., F. W. Dawson, Esq., J. T. Humphreys, Esq., McDuff Cohen, Esq.. B. R. Riordan, Esq., Dr. c. F. Pankhln, E. Mantoue, Esq., . Dr. J. R. Solomons, . L. Cohen Esq.. . Wm. J. Gayer, Esq., W. W. Smith, Esq., A. D. Cohen, Esq., I. Ottolengul, Esq., N. H..Valentine, Esq., E.- Willis, Esq., M. Israel, Esq., A. A. Goldsmith, Esq., E. P. Burtz, Esq., W. J. Middleton, Esq., Dr. 0. Davega, 0. F. Levy, Esq., M. Raphael, Esq., B. Rice, E-q., Wm. Mure, Esq., L. Ellas, Esq., W. A. Courtenay, Esq., E. Perry, Esq. PHILIP WISEMAN, B. F. MOISE, JULIUS L. MOSES, D. OTTOLENGUI, TICKETS $1 each. Can be procured only of the above named gentlemen. No Reserved Seats. Doors will be open at 7 o'clock, and performance will comm ice at 8 o'clack precisely. No Tickets will be sold at the door. mar20 Committee. A C?DEMY OF M"USIC TWO NIGHTS ONLY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 23 AND 24, At the request of a large number of citizens the world-renowned . DAVENPORT BROTHERS wljl return and give two more of their awfully mysterious Exhibitions at the above HalL Their j wonderful Seances have been given Inihe pres-1 ence of the crowned heads and nobility of Europe and before vast and Intelligent -assemblages throughout Europe and America, astonishing and confounding the wisest of all countries, and many of the learned have been forced by the most over? whelming evidence to pronounce them Inexplica? ble. They must be seen to be appreciated. The sale of seats will eommence MONDAY, at JOHN M. GREER A SON'S Bookstore. mar18-8 ^CA'DEM? OF MUSIC. Extraordinary Engagement for the week com ' meucing March 27th. LYDIA THOMPSON and her Incomparable Com? pany In PARIS, OR THE APPLE OF DISCORD. This Company is the best organization of Its kind In this country or in Europe. marie--? A CADEMY OF MUSIC. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARGE 17,18, 20 and 21. GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2 P. M. WONDERS OF THE WORLD. FIRST Toua OP AMERICA OJ SATSUMA'S ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE. Composed or Artists of both Sexes, ACROBATS, JUGGLERS, - AND EQUILIBRISTS. The only Japanese Troupe now Performing in America. Prices a3 usual. Admission to Mat hire, Adults 60 cents. Children 26 cents. Reserved Beats for sale at Academy three days In advance. H. SCHUTZMANN, Director, w. R. HAYDEN, Business Manager. mnrl4-7_.__ tailoring, fimiisiiiua, OJoobs, &c. JOHN BUGHEIMER, NO. 141 KING STREET, WEST SIDE*. A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET, Would respectfully Inform his friends that* he has Just returned from New York with a large and well selected stock of the latest styles of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Also, a full assortmenfor GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Including the Celebrated STAR SHIRTS. marie_^_ Notices in Sankruptctj. I^ITT??HMSW??^^ UNITEO STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOLTU CAROLINA.-In the matter or JAMES H. BAGGETT A ELIJAH WILLIAMS, copartners, in Trade as "J. H. BAGGETT A Co.." Bankrupts, "by whom a petition for adjudication of Bank? ruptcy was'tiled on the SEVENTH DAV OF MARCH, A. D. 1871, in said Court-In Bankruptcy.-Tnis ls to give nuilee, that on the l6ihdav of March, A D. 1871, a Warrant In Bankruptcy was ls-ued aijainst the Estate or JAMES H BAGGETT A ELIJAH WILLIAMS, copartners as aforesaid, of Charleston, In the Couuty of Charleston and State .of South Carolina, who have -b-eu adjudged Bankrupts, on their own petition; ihat the pay? ment uf ?ny ?-eins and delivery of atty property belonging to said Bankrupts, to them or for their use, and the transfer of any property by them, are forbidden by law; that a meeting of thc Cred? itors of i he said Bankrupts, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees or their es? tate, win be held at a Court or bankruptcy, to be holden at. No. 72 Broad street, Cnar-eston. South carolina, before J. C. CARPENTER, K-gistrar, on on the 31st day of March, A, D. 187 , ar li o'clock A.- M. L. E. JOHNSON, United States Marshal as Messenger. rnar20-*31 Hemooais. T~H1E?F?5?1??^ ANN I ITY COMPANY, of New York, have re? moved to their new Office NO.40BROAD STREET, maris LOUIS SH tRFESEE, Agent. VTOTICE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE JLl ASSURANCE SOCIETY," or Me*" York, have removed from No. 141 MeetrnK street to their new office, No. 20 BROAD STREET. WM. B. SHAW, rebl3 General Agent. J?ING WILLIAM. Just received at KI MG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC? TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society at reef, a large and complete assortment ot Lear. Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO.-cigarette-?. Snuff, Pipes, Ac. Havana aud D unestic Cigars imported and manufactured by WM. SCHRODER, who respect fully m v?tes the attention or chewers and smokers, aud traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully comprising every variety of quality aud prices, rrom the cheapest to the highest grade, whioh -a offered at the lowest cash rates. A i orders rrom the country win receive prompt attention and shipped C. O. D., or at thirty day a' city accept? ance, decis-dmos ?fT C Je A N V A SHAMS. ~ cwrge-Cass?*! k GJ. PatapBco S. O. CANVAS SAMS. A new brand, strictly Cholee sod small, which we are now offering to the trade in lots to mit purchasers. Try them. PAUL B. LAX AN E k 00., marto-8.. No. 1H Esst Bay. F LG-tfEl FL??R! 760 bhls. FLOUR, per sehr. "John 8. Lee" and eamshlp "Eau Blver." ?OT sale by mar20-2 T. J. KERR k CC'. rp EA SI TEAS! TEAS! WILSON & BROTHER wm isaac at an ea? ly day a Catalogne of the FINE OROOBRIBS with which their establishment Ii ?.tocked. Bnt at present they.desire to cali attention more especially to an extract from "The Ame ric aa Grocer," relative to the great Tea swindles whloh are now being foisted npoh the American peo? ple. All lovers of Tea shonld pernee the remarks of the editor of the '?Me Journal from which the extract ls'taken, and"be warned in time. Referring to the large Tea Companies of New York City, the writer saya: "I have now in my possession a sample of bogas Tea, wlthont one single loaf of ilia original Chi neae Herb to adulterate it with, lt was made for a Monster House, sold* to a Monster Moose, used by a Monster House, and distributed by the base, corrupt myrmidons of that self-same Monster House throughout the United States of America to do its deadly work of gradually poisoning the free, yet unprotected, people or your Great Re? public." The citizens of Charleston who wish to avoid using the. polionons compounds, too often sold under the.name of Tea, shonld take the precau? tion of purchasing only front* responsible houses, which have an established r?putation for dealing in PURE TEAS. For PURE TEAS, of all qualities and prices, go to WILSON A BROTHER, Grocers, * Anson and Society streets. *3- AU Goods delivered free. SALT BACON. 250 boxes D. S. SHOULDERS and SIDES. In Store, landing and for sale low by BESNARD O'NEILL, maria East Bay. w ESTERN BACON so hhds. Western Smoked 0. R. SIDES 20 hhds. Western Smoked Shoulders. ? ? 50 tierces "Beargraas" Hams. in store, for sale at reduced prices by BERNARD O'NEILL, maris East Bay. Q O B NI CORNI 20,000 bushels Prime WHITS CORN, in store 10,000 bushels Prime White Corn, to arrive from Baltimore and Norfolk. For s Me by T. TUPPER k SONS. marl7-S gALTEDSTDES AND SHOULDERS. 300 boxes Prime-Long Clear MIDDLES 100 boxes Prime D S. Shoulders .? 60 tierces-Choice Lard, For sale by T. TUPPER k SONS. marl7-8 . Gr REAT INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH PURCHASERS, AT LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE, NO. 388 KING STREET, SIGNS OF THU CROCKERY HOUSE AND CAROLINS TBA AGENCY. THE PLACE FOR GOOD TEAS AT LOW PRICES. Parlies desirous of Betting the best and the most for their cash, would do well to give me a call, as I have reduced the greater part of my stock to figures very slightly In advance of Importing costs. I have on band a large stock of GROCERIES. CROCKERY, Tlnw&re,. Hardware, Glassware, and House Furnishing Goods sreneraUy. Bear In mind that I am sel HUE ' 013 Govern me? t Java Coffee 4 lbs. for $1, and che very best Young Hyson Tea by thirpound ?uckage for $160; choice Syrup for 76 cents per gallon; Ora heit Sugar 7 lbs. and best Leaf Lard SH lon. far $1. All other goods uni? formly low. Quality of goods ana aown weights guaranteed. <? A large lot of Looking Glasses mach below manufacturer's cost. JOHN' W. LINLEY. marie-lyf_. -_'" . T?-?r "H. WELCH, * SUCCESSOR TO rm a PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY, Corner Meeting and Market Streets. Having now in store a full- and complete Stock of-GROOERIES, WINES, LIQUORS AO., I would respectfully invite the anent! m of purchasers to the same. Prices as low ai the lowest, with quality and weight of goods guaranteed. Having received the Agency for the Great United States Tea company, I am prepared to .offer barg.il DE- in the TBA line. All Gooda delivered free. maris gHlKGLES! S HING L E Si Prime CYPRESS SHINGLES, in bunches, dellv vered either at the city or at Sullivan's Island, i-or sale by SHACKELEORO k KELLY, maria-imo No. 1 Boyce's Wharf. .gACON! BACON 1 BACON! in store and recelvldg : 50 hhds. 0. R. BACON SIDES (Western) 50 hhds. Heavy Western Bacon shoulders 26 tierces Prime S. <>. Hams (canvased.) For sale low at MACQUEEN k RIEOKE'-S, maru_Nos. 21 and 23 Vendae Range. J"M PORTED CHAMPAGNES. Now on hand the following brands of CHAM? PAGNES, *at REDUCED PRICES, by the basket, case or bottle : Piper k Oo.'s HEIDSIBOK Chas. Heidsleck's - GREEN SEAL * V. E. Clicquot's PONSARDW Mumm's VERZENAY and PRIVATE STOCK Roederer's DRY SILLERY G. H. Mumm's DRY VERZENAY Bouche, Fils A Oo.?s BRANDS Napoleon's CABINET DKY VERZENAY CARTE BLANCHE. E. E. BEDFORD, Late Wm. 8. Corwin k Co., jaflTl_No. 27a King street. SPARKLING MOSELLE SPARKLING CATAWBA bOOBHMER NIER-TEINER_ LIQUEUR DES BENEDICTINS CHARTREUSE CURACOA MARASCHINO RUSSIAN K?MMEL ABSINTHE VERMOUTH PARFAIT AM'.UR CREME DE ROSE NOtEAUX ANISETTE. E. E. BEDFORD, janll ' _No. 276 King street. B REMEN LAGER HEER ENGLISH ALES SCOICH ALES CHAMPAGNE ALES LONDON PORTERS DUBLIN PORTERS CHAMPAGNE CIDER. E. E. BEDFORD, > anil No. -u King street.