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No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
Wit <JJ)*tfl*?t0tt gfetol.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1871.
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at 12
-Cotton cl03ed quiet but steady; uplands
17j cents; sales 2429 bales.
-IQ Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
7|d., Orleans 8 jd. ; sales 18,000 bales.
-The Washington Chronicle has been sold
again, this time to the Chronicle Publishing
-President Grant has this year "honored
Brigham Young by the appointment of one of
bia numerous sons to a cadetship at West
-It is a curious fact, if true, as stated, that,
in many sections of North Carolina and Vir
g?ila, the apple trees this year have failed to
-TheNew York hospital for sunstroke per
sons, fitted up during the past year, has been
renovated and placed in readiness lor the re
ceptlon of patients. Five cases of sunstroke,
one of which terminated fatally, have already
been treated this season.
-George Walcott, who killed the soldier at
Frankfort. Ky., and for whose arrest Governor
Leslie offered $500 reward, had himself ar
rested by a friend, who drew the reward aud
gave it to Walcott. Walcott immediately gave
the money to the widow of the victim. He
was drunk when the killing occurred.
-A dispatch from Halifax, N. S., states that
the writing found In bottles some time ago,
washed ashore af Shedlac, N. B., and Newport,
N. S., containing statements to the effect that
the ocean steamer City of Boston, lost last
summer, had struck an Iceberg, is pronounced
genuine, the handwriting having been recog?
-?n unusual matrimonial alliance was en?
tered into at the Jewish Synagogue of Anshi
Chesed, New York City, Sunday, the occasion
being the nuptial of George J. Miller, a son
of Assistant Postmaster Miller, and Pauline
Cashberg. The bridegroom has recently be?
come a convert from Christianity to the Jew?
ish faith, to- which the bride belongs.
-un his Southern tour -Greeley talks any?
where, with any one who has gumption
enough to be pointed. In a talk with a negro
who complained that the carpet-baggers and
scalawags were haughty and neglectful after
getting office, the philosopher replied: "It's
nothing tor a mau to change after his elec?
tion. I've seen a great deal of that sort of
forgetfulness In the North."
-The fashionable kangaroo droop ls taus
sketched in a New York letter: "Io make the
thing perfect, a glove with - three or four Out
tons is selected, so that the wrist may be as
long and as small as possible. The wrist of
the left hand, and also that of the right hand,
if it is not engaged with an Alpine parasol, is
brought close to the breast, and thou the
hand is permitted to fall, palm downward, as
it all muscular action was lost. This is the
pi t-sent attitude of locomotion by the descend?
ants of the kangaroo, and it suggests the
loveliest helplessness' imaginable, besides
proving respectfulness to the deceased pro?
-A London newspaper says that ''amongst
the exiles from France which tbe late disas
trous war has driven to our shores, not the
least remarkable is the graceful little lady who
is now holding daily levees in the Burlington
Gallery. The Princess Felicie, as her exhib?
tors have christened her, is a genuine dwarf, a
real living Lilliputian. Sue is, perhaps, the
smallest female yet exhibited in London, one
beside whom Miss Minnie Warren would be
almost a giantess. L'ke Miss Minnie, the
Princess Felicie is the child of parents of the
ordinary stature, who .have accompanied her
over to England from , her native province.
She hs now in her ninth year, measures
scarcely nineteen inches in height; and weighs
J ust six pounds. She ls of perfect symmetry
in limb and feature, and altogether a pleasing
and gentle child."
-The Papal guarantees bill, as finally amend?
ed in the Italian Parliament, exiends to the
six suburbicarian sees ol Rome the right-pre?
viously proposed for the Pope In the city only
?of having seminaries, academies and colleges
without any interference or inspection on the
part of the scholastic authorities ol the king?
dom; extends to every Papal residence the
right, previously recognized in favor of the
Vatican, of the Pope's having postal and tele?
graphic service with nis own employees, and
declares the Pontiff free to keep whatever de?
nomination of guards he pleases, provided
they do not exceed the usual number. It also
declares Inalienable not only the palaces, gar?
dens and dependencies of the Papal residences,
but also the museums, library, and all the con?
tents of the Vatican, and renounces the right
of the public to visit them, submitting their
admittance to the benevolence of the Pontiff.
-The sacking of Thlers's house in Paris, on
the 12th ult, by the infuriated Communist mob
of men and women, ls graphically described
by the correspondents. The rabble deemed
their vandrdism a beggar's triumph over the
rich, one ragged fellow exclaiming in demoni?
acal tones, "This is a glorious day for beggars;
we let rich folks see what we can do. When
the war is over we shall make the rich dance;
then we shall enjoy ourselves at the rich men's
expense." A woman with dishevelled hair
squeaked : "I call tnis .good luck to see that
scoundrel Thlers's house torn down. He has
destroyed houses enough in Neuiily, Pa>sy,
Auteuil to be made to taste the same cake
he has been distributing so liberally to
others." Thus they went on exulting In
their fiendish work, intense excitement reign?
ing over the whole square and neighborhood
contiguous to the doomed mansion. The en?
tire day was spent ia removing the furniture ;
not less than twenty-five van loads were taken
away bet?re nightfall. The house was quite a
museum, for its water-color copies ol lamons
paintings, bronzes, engravings, and porcelain
formed extensive collections. Moreover,
Thlers's library contained several thousand
valuable books and maps, and a mass of notes
taken by secretaries or made by M. Thiers
himself. The contents of the ptTlaged residence
were worth at least. $400.000, and the land
was valued at $60,0J0 more. M. Thiers was
deeply attached lo his mansion, lt having been
his home tor upwards ot thirty years.
-Twelve good men and true residing in and
about Baldwlnsvilie, New York Stale, not far
lrom Syracuse, are prepared to testify, upon
oath if necessary, thai they have aeeu a snake
in a large mill-pond io that town the like of
which could only be hoped to be lound in the
jungles of Africa. This monstrous reptile In?
habits the mill-pond in question, and has been
visible only at Intervals^ A person w!.o enjoy?
ed the sal inaction of feeing this snake writes
a description of ulm to the Syracuse JournaV
This witness was sitting on a log on the bank
of the mil'-pondat about C o'clock In the eve?
ning, when hi3 attention was attracted to the
pond by the appearance of the water, which
seemed te boil and bubble iu the most remark?
able manner. Almost immediately thereafter
a dark head ot' a reptile appeared upon the
surface ard moved swiftly to the shore. This
was the snake. The reptile's next movement
was to work its way up the bank. Then its
enormous proportions became visible. Judged
by object;, upon the bank reached by Ihe head
of the snake while his tail still remained in the
water, the length of the monster could not
have beei less than twenty feet. The witness
likens thc bulk of the body, to a 1-good-sized
telegraph pole."' Black was the prevailing color
of the reptile, "except along the under side,
which is of a purplish color." The bark of a
dog in pursuit ot a squirrel caused the snake
to take fright and to seek the water again. A
purpose Is on foot, it is said, to make arrange?
ments wi th the owner of the pond to have the
water dniined off, in order to secure the snake,
and several agents of moral shows are on
hand ready to strike a bargain for the curiosity
as soon as it shall be captured.
The French have taken Paria; the Com?
mune is crushed, and the carnival of blood
is ended at last. The legally constituted
authorities once more hold undisputed eway
over the whole of France. This government,
however, ia only provisional, and unfortu?
nately does not appear to have confidence iu
itself, as it certainly does not enjoy the con?
fidence of the nation. There is, therefore, a
feeling of unrest and distrust, most fatal tb
permanent order or prosperity. France
wants peace, Out the condition of things
seems iipecially to invite every species of
political plotting for the mastery. There'
are no I^ess than four parties, all but openly
at work, bendiDg every energy to the ad?
vancement of their individual interests,
ratner than for the good or France, though
as a ma .t?r or course all the intrigues pro?
fess to have that aim in view.
We cannot, of course, at thia distanc?,
and wita the insufficient lights at our com?
mand, form an opinion as lo the chances of
the respective claimants for the supremacy !
in France. The Count de Chambord, the
last scion. of the old Legitimist line, the
true Bourbon, within the last few days issued
an add-ess to the people of France, to in?
form them that he had not renounced his
right tc the throne of his ancestors, as had
been stilted in the public prints. He, how?
ever, has but slender claim3to fitness for the
ioeroua and responsible position he covets.
The people ic some of the remoter provin?
ces, it is thought, will be in his favor, and
perhaps, also, the Ultramontane clergy, or a
?onside rabie part of them. Thi3 is, how
?ver, very uncertain, as Louis -Napoleon,
:hrougli the entire period of bis brilliant
.eign, iitood well with the priesthood o? the
Gallic Church. ?
The Orleans princes, sons and grandsous
if Lou s Philippe, are sanguine that this is
he period for a restoration of the Constitu?
tional Monarchy, endeavoring to draw a
mrallel between the Revolution of July, in
IS30, which seated the founder of their line
m the throne, and the present time, when
he troubled waters certainly appear to be
?vaiting for some one to pour oil upon them.
But the chances of the Orleans princes are
?ardly better than those'of their Legitimist
iousin. They have been so long removed
rom the public view, and evidently are d?fi?
rent also, if not in" kingly truits certainly
a those characteristics which are 30 inipor
ant fer the governing hand of a nation like
Tranco at this period. Otherwise- they
trould not have remained so long in. the
If the French people must go back and
?hoose- a ruler from their discarded dynas
ies, it seems much more probable that Louis
?apoleon wiH be their choice; for, however
ittle real cause the French may have for re?
ading him with love or favor, considering
be dire calamities that have so recently
assexi over them-all of which, directly or
idireotly, were the fruits of bia government;
onsidsriog, raoceover, how the French wor?
lup success, and are loth to forgive failure;
till the reign of Louis Napoleon was brll
ant beyond anything since the days of
lours the Fourteenth. Trade flourished,
'he country prospered, or seemed 80 to do.
'ranea under his rule had reached the acme
f her glory. It is but natural that.when
aere ts a choice- of evil3, ? as it were, when
lie throne goes pegging, there should be
iany who imagine that with the return of
lapoleon they would also have a return of
he prosperity that marked his reign. The
rmy, certainly a large part of it, may still
ie considered favorable to his dynasty: so
fith many of the clergy, and, perhaps, a
oajoi'ity of thc farmersand peasants.
Lastly comes the Republic, under the di
ectionof lawyers and statesmen, who served
heir apprenticeship in the Corps L?gislatif,
i opposition to the government of Louts
lapoleon. In the days of the late Empire
tie sympathies of Americans were strongly
rith these gentlemen, sud we admired, the
loquent haraugues of Thiers, Ollivier, Pre-'
ost-Parado!, Jule3 Favre, Glaise-Bezoin,
nd ihe rest, wlien they stood up boldly for
he liberties of France: but our ardor has
oolod. Such of them as have since boen en
rusted with positions of responsibility, re?
hiring uerve and decision of character,
ave not succeeded in winning for them?
ed rvs tlie admiration of the world, nor, we
sar, ihe confidence of their people. First,
pott the fall of Napoleon, we had ihe grand
oquent dictatorship of Gambetta, who cer
ainly gave U3 no stint o? brave words; next
ame tlie Thiers government, hesitating and
Uatory; arid in a large measure responsible
ir the frightful condition of a?airs lhat cul?
minated in the destruction of Paris, and the
laughter of myriads of Frenchmen by
'reuchmen. It is impossible for foreigners
nd outsiders to speculate with any approach
3 correctness upon the condition of things
oat may arise from thia conglomerate of
arty intrigue. But, ere long, either the
)rce- of public opinion, or some coitprde
ta:.7i from without, must efleel a change.
Ic will be noiiced that we left the extreme
teds out in our enumeration of parties. The
xcesses of the Commune have endangered
he very lives of the ultra Radicals-of such,
re mean, as have not perished iu the gene
til massacre of the last few days. France,
re thmk, is safe from a renewed outbreak
ku thia of the last few weeks, for at least
wenty years to come. The reaction, likely
to follow the orgies of the Commune, will in
all probability be favorable to the .restoration,
of a monarcby^f'and, as we staten above,'the
dynasty^f Napoleon appears np?n the whole
ta have the best chance. I
. _ : _ \
The New Dcivi.
.The Democracy of Arkansas follows in the
footsteps of that of Ohio in giving official
recognition to the principles- upon which the
party throughout the country bases its ac.
Lion. Thc State Executive Committee, at a
receut meeting at Little Eock, declared that
"it would be unwise, impolitic and certain
"of defeat to resurrect the issues on which
"we were beaten in 1868," and that the par?
ty "?3 willing to let the questions arising out
"of the war rest where they are." There is
no question of the sincerity of this accept?
ance of the situation, for, a3ide from its
moral aspects, as a mere matter of policy,
any sensible man knows that the only course
by which any party can prosper in the pres?
ent crisis, is an abolition of old issues, a
recognition of things as they are, and an
immediate attention to the new and pressing
wants of the nation. Tn Arkansas, as in
Ohio, this definition of the Democratic posi?
tion bas carried alarm into the Radical
camp, and already that faction is lamenting
the defection of many of its members who
acknowledge the justice of the Democratic
cause and foresee its success.
Another Falsehood Nailed.
The Columbia Union certainly earns ehe
title of the "Ku-K!ux Reporter, " which one
of its contemporaries has conferred upon it.
Not in the least discouraged by the daily
contradictions of its sensation reports, it
.still perseveres in piling on the agony. The
following appeared in the Union a few days
"A few days since these night-riders posled
notices to several ol the county and other offi?
cers of Williamsburg, among whom were P.'
C. Flood, Richard Humbert, Francis Smith and
others, ordering them to resign their officies
under peaalty of being visited with the ven?
geance of the Klan."
The Kiogatree Sta)- thereupon remarks :
"For the information of the Union and its
readers we would state that no such officers as
are mentioned in the above extract reside in
Williamsburg, and respectfully suggest that
hereafter In making up its sensational items
about Ku-Klux the Union will first consult the
geography of the country as to localities," Ac.
THE Newberry Herald, ia publishing the
correspondence given in THE NEWS ? few
days ago, relative to the resignation of Mr
James C. Leahey, and the reply of Governor
Scott to the Newberry Bar, who recommend?
ed a successor'to the office of Judge or Pro?
bate for that county, remarks:
"The above correspondence, we understand,
ls Incomplete, and that if the whole of it were
published it might satisfy the Columbia Union
as to the 'case which needs explanation.' We
give lt for what it ls worth."
It would seem from thia that "fair and
"?quare" dealing is no longer in vogue even
in the highest official circles.
MURE.-Dieri. In Charleston, on the 1st of June,
1871, ROBERT Mens, aged 53 years, 10 months and
pa- TUE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr ami Mrs. ROBERT MURE and family, are
respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral Ser?
vices or the former, at the First Prcjbj terian
Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock. Juu2
^CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COM
MEROE.-The members of thc Charleston Cham
ber or Commerce are respectlally invited to at
tend tho Funeral Services or their late President
ROBERT MURE, at the First Presbyterian Church
THIS AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Juni P. J. BARBOT, Secretary
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE
members or this Society are respectfully Invited
to attend the Funeral Services or their late Presl
dent, ROBERT MURE, at the First Presbyterian
Church.Tats AI-TEBNOON, at 5o'clock.
ROBERT M. GORDON',
j inti Secretary
PM* BURNS CHARITABLE ASSOCIA
TlO.v - Hie members of thc Burns Charitable As
soclation are respectfully invited to attend thc
Funeral Services or th-lr late iello* member
ROBERT MUKE, at the First Presbyterian Church,
Tuts AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
pa* SAINT GEORGE'S SOCIETY.
The Members of the Saint George's Society arc
respectfully invited to attend tao Funeral Servi
ces or their lato brother member, ROBERT MURE,
at the First Presbyterian Church, THIS AFTER
NOON, at 5 o'clock. CHAS. E. WALKER,
McKAY.-Died, at Orangeburg, S. C., on the
3lst of May, Mrs. AJUKINTUA P. MCKAY, consort
or Mr. Joseph I. McKay, and daughter or Ur. I.
Jenkins Mlkell, or Edtsto Island, tn the 26th year
or her age. ? *
TAKE AYER'S SARSAPARILLA
to purify the blood and purge out the humors,
pimples, bolls and sores whieh are merely em
blems or the rottenness within.
pa* WHEN YOU FEEL A COUGH OR
cold, or bronchi il adection creeping on the lungs,
use AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, and cure it
beiore lt bec jmes incurable. may26-rmw3n*c
pa* THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially In
those who are Teething. A safe and secure reme?
dy is all important, and monters will find such a
Oi? IO Du. BAKU'S GERMAN* SOOTHING COR?
DIAL. To be had of all Druggists. apr24-mwf
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INE MEDICINAL '.'OD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best lu the world. Sold by Druggists
ceneraUy. JNO. C. BARER A- CO., Philadelphia.
A full sur.ply on haud by
DR. H. BAER,
feb?-uiwf?mos No. 131 Meetine street.
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SUPERB HAIR DYE is the best in the world-per
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leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. Hie
only Sare and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 18 Bond street, New York.
pa* GETTING M.YR RIED.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG M KN on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
AB L'S .-.6 which interfere with MARRIAGE-with
sure means of relief fur the Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated.. Sent free, in seal?
ed envelopes. Address HO .VAKD ASSOCIATION,
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p?f OFFICE OR THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENE?
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET
ISO STREET-CHARLESTON, JUNE. 1, 1871.
Official Raffled Numbers of tba Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fund :
CLASS NO. 0-MDBKZKO.
CLASS No. io-EVENING. ;
45-49- 27-40-38- 71-24-78-25 -73-22 -1.
As witness my baud this 1st clay of June, 1871.
- LftEs GILLI LAND.
mar29_ ?woru Commissioners.
?ST- CHARLESTON, S. C., 1ST JUNE,
1871.-Notice ls hereby given that I am ready to
receive the TAXES of 1370 for the Seventh Collec?
tion District, (Including Edlsto. Wadjnalaw, John
and James Islands, and Sr. Andrew's,; at the Fire?
proof Building, County -Treasurer's Office, where
I can be found every day this week, between the
hours or o and 2 o'clock. W. H. W. GRAY,
pkt* OFFICE S A V A N N A H AND
CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLES
TON, S. C., JUNE l, 1871.-Stockholders of this
Company are notllled that the THIRD INSTAL?
MENT on the EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS author?
ized to be Issued at the Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders held on the 8th day of February last,
ls now due and payable. Th? Treasurer of the
Company will attend at the office cf Messrs.
CAMPBELL Sc, SEABROOK, No. 60 Broad sweet.
Tuts DAY and each subsequent day, from 12 to 3
o'clock, until Tuesday, 6th instant Inclusive, to re?
ceive payment and deliver the BondBand Certifi?
cates of Stock. 8. W. FISHER,
Treasurer Savannah and Charleston R. R. Co.
^'SPECIAL NOTICE.-DURING THE
summer months the rates of Board at the MILLS
HOUSE will be RBDOCED to three dollars per day.
J. PARKER, Proprietor
G. W. PARKER, Superintendent. may29-lmo
MESSRS. EDIIORS-PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election, thc name of General JOHN A
WAGENER, and oblige'
maylf_A FRIEND 'TO REFORM.
p*T- ALL PERSONS HATING CLAIMS
against the Estate of MARTIN METER, deceas?
ed, are requested to present the same immediate?
ly, and all pera sus Indebted to said Estate are
requested to settle immediately with the under?
signed. D. WERNER, Administrator.
7&r IN*THE MATTER OF WILLIAM G.
WIHLDEN & CO., BANKRUPTS.-Pursaanf to an
order of Hon. GEORGE S. BRYAN, United States
Judge for the- District of Sooth Carolina, made
the 23d day of May, 1871, alt Lien Creditors of the
Estate of said Bankrupts, or either or them, are
reqnircd to prove their respective liens on said
Estate before JULIUS C. CARPENTER, Esq., Re
gtstrar In Bankruptcy, at his office m this city,
No. 72-Broad street, on or before tlie . 1ST DAT OF
JULY next. CL BCRCKMYER,
pB* CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. 68 East Bay, corner or Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on hand
for.dlstrlbuiion. The Society has one Colporteur
lu the field, and solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persons Interested in tuc work or seeking further
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos_-, Treasurer C. B. S.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Mall Sub-Agents of the Laud Commission, that,
from and after the Ors: day or March, 1S71, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
L'ARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DsLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
. Columbia, February 28,1S71. mani
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?Sf READ. CAREFULLY.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Hie only preventive known for Chills and Fever
is the nae of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive or Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Kidney and Bladder Complaints,
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
l? used all over the World by Physicians In their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Gout.
WO? FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
IR good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is recommended by all tho Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good fer Colic and pain m the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
s imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will
have to use caution in purchasing,
ocg leave to cali the attention of tue reader to
.estuuoulals m favor of the Schnapps:
I feel bouud to say thut 1 regard your SCHNAPPS
IS being tn every respect pre-eminently pure, and
leserviDg or medical patronage. At all events lt
a the purest possible article of Holland gin, here
.ofcre unobtainable, and os such may be safely
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. September L
I feel that we have now an article of g.a suit
ible for such cases as Chat remedy ls adapted to.
DIL J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" ls a remedy In chronic catarrhal
I take great pleasure tn bearlug highly cr?dit?
?e testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent
u the diseases for whicli you recommend lt.
laving a natural tendency to the mucous sur
aces, wltii a slight degree ot stimulation, I re
?ard it as one or tho most Important remedies in
ihronic catarrhal affections, particularly those ol
he geuito-unuery apparatus. Willi much re
ipect, your obedient, servaut,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. 26 PINE STREET, N. Y.. Nov. 21,1867.
UDOLFHO WOLFE. ESQ., Pr?tent'. DEAR SIR-l
lave matte a ene. ical exauiloatkiu uf a sample
ir your "Schiedam Schnapps." with the luteut ol
Icternnnlug if any foreign or Injurious substance
tad been added to tiie simple -usiilleil spirits.
The exainlDHtiou hus re-suited In the conclusion
hat the sample contained no poisonous or harm?
al admixtures. I have been unable to discover
iny trace of the deleterious substances which
ire sometimes employed lu the adulteration of
iquors. I would not hesitate to use myseir, noi
o recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
he '-Schiedam S:hnapps"as an exsellent and
inobjectiouable variety or gin. Very respectfully
ours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TKCUMCAL LABORATORY, I
8 EXCUANOK I'LACS. N. V.. Nov. 25, 1S07. J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The uuder
itgued have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
ample ot your "Aromatic Schiedam Scliappe,"
elected by ourselves, and have found the same
ree from all organic or Inorganic substances,
uore or less Injurious to health. From the result
>r our examination we consider the an Ide one or
upenor quality, healthful as a beverage, and
(tleciual lu its medicinal qualities.
Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D. .
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
mar21-3mos No. 22 BEAVER STREET, N. Y.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Regalar Motthly Communlca
tlori_oT thia Lodge win be held ac .Masonic-Hall.
Tais EVENING, af 8 o'clock. The' F. C. Degree
will be conferred.' brethren and Candidates will
take doe notice and govern themselves accord?
ingly. Bj order-of the Worshipful Master.
Jan?_CLARENCE WAONfcR, Secretary.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
of Marton Lodge, No. 2, ?. IX O. F., will be
hei'i Tnts EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Oad Fellows'
Hall. Members will please attend, as business of
Importance will be transacted. Candidates are
requested to be punctual.
Members of sister Lodges ere fraternally in?
vited. ROiT. C. S-JhVRR,
jan--_ Recording Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at?
tend a Regular Monthly Meeting of your Compa?
ny, at your Hall, on THIS (Friday; EVENING, June
2d, at 8 o'clock. By order.
ARTHUR M. CO H EX.
jun2_Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
SUMTER RIFLE CLUB.-A SPECIAL
Meeting of this Club will be held at Archer's
Hal), corner Elng and Georg- streets, THIS EVE?
NING, 2d instant, at 8 o'clock.
By order or the President.
Vf. M. BRUNS.
?gat _Secretary and Treasurer.
/"I ERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE REGU
VDT LAR Monthly Meeting will be held at Lind
stud! 's Hall THIS AFTERNOON, at hair-past 6; the
Anniversary Meeting at the- same place THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock: precisely.
By order. C. EL BERGMANN,
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regnlar Monthly Meet
lng or your Company, at your Hall, THIS (Friday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By order.
Jun2_GEO. A. CALDER. Secretary.
BATESVILLE MANUFACTURING COM?
PANY.-The Annual Meeting or the stock?
holders or the Bacesvllle Manufacturing Company
will be held at the Office of Geo. w. Willlamsi
Co., Factors, on SATURDAY, the 3d June, at 12 M.
maj30-5 Secretary and Treasurer.
C~OOK AND WASHER~ WANTED. -
Wanted, either white or colored, a woman
to cook and help wash. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply at No. 22 Veudne Range.
j a ii 2-1_?_
TUE OWNER OF A HORSE AND BUG?
GY. Intending temporary absence rrom the
city, can hire them-out for the stabling or the
horse by applying at ih s office._Jnn2-2*
WANTED, IN A SMALL FAMILY, A
?ret-class Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply
at No. 6 Ashley street._Junl-3*
WANTED, A GOOD COLORED FE?
MALE COOK for a sma'.I family. Apply
at Treasurer's o ttl ce. Northeastern Railroad, ne
tw..en IO A. M. and 3 P. M._may3Q-4
TTTANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
Y y ?a the Land and Immigration Association
Ol Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY 4 CO.
Tickets now ready Will be glad to see my friends
at Mr. E. M. MORELAND'S orttce, No. 20 Broad
street. EBEN COFFIN, .sun-Agent. may29
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries: isa soo t Accountant, and
witling to make himself generally useful. Can
give tlrst-class rcreienees. Address Veritas, Office
ot TUE NEWS._. _mayis
AYOUNG LADY IN THE COUNTRY
wishes a situation as companion or House?
keeper in thc city.or country. For terras,and
other particulars, address "B," DAILY NEWS
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing oot less than
tour squ ire rooms. The western part of the city,
?>r Hftoelghborhood of the nattery preferred. Ad
dmnStating location and lowest reut, '-Tenant."
ommvrir THE NEWS. anrlS
TO RENT, THAT FINE RESIDENCE
No. 33 Bull street, sou.th side, next to the
corner or Lynch. Immediate possession given.
Apply at No. 10 Broad street, to WM. THAYER.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE. No. 09 Smith street. Possession
given Immediately. Apply at Nc. 6 Liberty street.
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT AIKEN,
IO LET ror the summer, at moderate rent,
reaches and Grapes for family use supplied
gratis. Address J. C.DERRY, Aiken, S. C.
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderson, S. C.-a beautirufl
Cottage, containing six Tooms, partially furnished.
The garden ls in a high state of cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can bc desired for sum?
mer comfort aud pleasure. From May to October
there Is not a more agreeable locality in South
Carolina. Apply to F. G. DE FONTAINE, at th?i
Mills House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. C.
for S .ile.
A~COW '?N^T?ITJW^?LT FORMAL B
in State sticet, opposite Liuguard, near the
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 60 ?IENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of TUE NEWS. maylS
OR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
heap. Call at No. 27 tineen street, between
Meeting ami Church streets._ fehl-:
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rugbies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash, ls nearly
new. cuts 28 Inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge ror package. Price $40. Apply at THE
SEWS Job Office. _mar22
fcofit and ionno.
last, from No. 20 Cha rotte street, a SETTER
DOG-white and Hver. A. reward will be given
ror his recovery._jtin2-f
LOST ! LOST! LOST!- $5 REWARD.
A small black DOG, with a white spot on
the head; answers to the name of Fannie. Apply
to Mrs. ANNA L. BUJUHEIT, No. 48 St. Phillp
STRAYED, FROM No. 4 SOCIETY
street, a speckled mouse colored uo horn
cuW., Any Information eadlng to her recovery
will be thankfully received by tue owner.
PRIVATE BOARDLNG.-X LIMITSD
number of persons desiring bo'-il can be
provided willi pleasant acc ommodations by ap?
plying io Mrs. General JENKINS, at Summerville,
S.C. - Juu2-fniws*
BO VRDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can -bc accomundated with good board
aim pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, iiy ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING ita i I'nrnlsiii d._nri?16
fiyTADAME LUZ 1ER, PARISIAN OU?SS
JLTJL MAKER, lias removed to No. 333 KING
sl'KKKT, east side, between Market and rla&el
streets. . apns
I ME AND LATHS.
1,550 Ubi?. Fresh LIME
Landing from Schooner Frank and Emily.
CEMENT, Calcined anti Land Plaster, Hair, 4c.
For sale by. OLNEY A CO..
m ay 22_Nos, ll amt 13 Wndun Ranir*.
JgUILDER'S D E P (J T,
No. 94 CHURCH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BUILDING MATERIALS of ail kinds constantly
on Hand and for sale Low.
Agency for MAKBLK1ZD SLATE MANTELS,
manufactured hy the Penrhyn Marble Company, a
bcautitui substitute for marble, at reduced rates.
orders tor Euctuii'Ic Tile for flooring, and.em?
bossed and ut Gloss for windows, doors, 4c,
promptly Ulled at manufacturer's prices.
Just received a lot of SASHES, BLINDS. 4c,
and for sale Very low.
P. I). Box 374. E. M. G RIM RE.
?rocmcs, Giquors, #c. .
?DE ST^?JH^VJTD^B^ dT.
? 50 h h (is. C. R. Bacon SIDES
. io hhda? Bacon. Shoulders
500 bbls.N. 0. and N. Y. Syrup I
15 cases Lemon Sugar.
Landing and for sale at reduced prices by g
Jun.2-2 STEFFENS, WERNER & DUOKEft.
IT EMONS ! LEMONS I . LEMONS !
Just received, a fresh lot or LEM0N3. at P.
JACOB'S Fruit Stand, corner Church and Market
stre-?. north side. To be sold at $2 60 per liun
dred or 25c. per joggt;_Juni-3?
QHARLES HEIDSIEGE CHAMPAGNES,
SILLKRY AND EXTRA DRY. ' A. LALANLE A
CO., Proprietor of the Chat. Leovtlle and Brown
can tenax Clarets. A full assortment of the aio ve
Wines for sale by all principal Grocers and Wine
Dealern. H. BISCHOFF A- 00.
Tue largest and best
selected stock or
to be found In
ls especially invited.
WILSON'S ' GROCERY.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
WILSON'S * GROCERY,
306 KING STREET,
four doors above
WILSON'S . GROOERY.
WILSON'S r . GROCERY.
LIEBIG'S EXT.RAOT OF MEAT,
FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS,
For sale at
No. 3(j<5 KING STREET.
pAUL B. L ALANE & CO.,
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS,
No. 171 EAST BAY, OHARLESTON, S. 0.,
II AVE ON HAND, AND WEEKLY KEUErVTNG:
SHOULDERS, SIDES. STRIPS AND HAM*
Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Pork
.Syrup, Molasses, Butter t.nd Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring
Wicha (nil aud well selected Stock or GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market rates,
jay COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
Also, always on hand, those good
PATAPSCO S. C. HAMS.
JJATHOR-? SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Htonlnger's Old Lindon Dock Gm. Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, in quart jars
Assorted French Fruits, la own Juice, put up In
glass stoppered decanters
French Pickles, m faner Jars
ludia Carrie, in flasks "
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Anchovy Paste
Fceneh Mustard, in glass pots
queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive OH,
Florence Olive Oil, In disks, aud Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin ? Go.
janli _No. 276 King utreet.
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You -g America Cheese, Eldam and
Sap Sago -Cheese, Extra Smoked Ton tues and
Breakfast Bacou Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and PICK led os Tongues.
Outfield's, American, Whestphalia, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. -E. BEDFORD,
janll Na m Ktrg street
REMEN LAGER BEER
E. E. BEDFORD, ?
aun _ No. 275 King street.
TOOK O ? T I
FOR TUE SIGNS OF THE CROO KEP. Y HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST AKRIVKD AT
LIN LEY'S CHEAP 8 TORE,
No. 338 King street,
A new supply or that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also. a large lot of that very supenor YOUNG
HYSON TUA, which delights all Tea connoisseurs
who have ever tried 15, aud which 1 sell at the low
price of $l 50 per pound. This Tea is guaranteed,
and 1 am willing to refund the money >'.o any pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied. .
A large lot or CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES
AND FISH, or the most approved brands, which,
will he sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Laguayra and Java
?offees, fresh every clay. The roasting is done
upon the premises, under my personal super?
vision. Quality and kinds guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CHINA 1
Tea Sets of plain French China, 44 pieces, for $s
Tea Sets, gold band French China. 14 pieces, for
A large assortment or French China for table
jse. Also, . Fancy China Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups-and Saucers, Tete-a Tete Sets,,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware*, Hard?
ware, wooden ware, Baskets, Looking Glasses,
ind a general assortment of House Furnishing
Hoods-sold twenty-five per cent, cheaper than
Special attention paid to couutry orders, accom?
panied with cash.
All Inquiries by letter promptly ans wered.
No charge for packing or delivering to any part
>f the city.
maris-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
@rocgrie8, foonors. Ut.
JpLO?E ! ?LOUE?: FL?IHTTA^
12?CT 'obis. Fine, Soper, Extra and FAMILY
FL?TJR. For Bale hy
? HERMANN BULWLNKLE.
JPPt a Kerr's Wharf.
OLD NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHIS?
KEY AT $2 PER GALLON.
A 8; PE C I A L T Y .
Highly recommended for medicinal and all
other purposes where apure Whiskey ls required.
W. H.- WELCH'S, .
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All gooda delivered free. mayst
g ? LL? V A N "TTSITAND^
The MOULTRIE HOUSE 1B now open for the re?
ception of Boarders. For terms, apply to J. H.
OPPENHEIM, Proprietor. Jun2-2*
?.1 SOOIATED with him from this date ED?
WARD C. MARSHALL and JULIUS J. WESCOAT
for the parp?se of conducting the General Hard?
ware RuduesB. at No. 314, corner of King and
Society streets, nader the name and arm or S. R.
MARSHALL k CO. SAMUEL R. MARSHALL.
June 1,18T1. jun2-imweD?j
SHssolntions of Copartnership,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.*THE
Partnership heretofore existing under the
Durne of T. J. KERR k CO. was dissolved by Us
own limitation on the 1st day of June, 1871.
The .business of che firm will be closed by HER?
MANN BUL WINKLE.
T. J. KERR,
By W. F. Hutson, Attorney lu fact.
The undersigned will continue the business
heretofore conducted under the firm name of
T. J. KERR k 00. at the same pince, Kerr's
Wharf, tor his own account and lu his own name.
Juul-6 HERMANN BULWINKLE.
OLD ~W~A~N~T~E D.
Apply to W. P. HALL,
Jnnl-2_Brown k Co.'s wharf.
jp 0 R S A L E ,
ATLANTA CITY" BONDS, Eights, January and
These Bonds are offered to the public as an Al
Secarlty, by A 0. KAUFMAN,
may31-wf2 No. 25 Broad street.
J? I N S M A N 4 HOWELL,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 128 East Bay, ^
CHARLESTON, S. C..
wm give prompt personal attention to the sale
or shipment of
PEACHES AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON, AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY.
Marking Plates, and Instructions for packing,
forplshed on application. may26-lmo
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR,
Nov 109 EAST BAT, NKAB BROAD STREET.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Patent Thief Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
HISO'LM ? WH A LEY,
No. 39 BROAD STREET,
The undersigned have this day] formed a copart?
nership for canyingjon the Practice of Law, un?
der the firm name of CB2S0LM k WHALEY.
R. CH IS OLM, Ja.
, OCC24_W. JAMES WHALEY.
JJEEVES, BROWN 4 VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCL.'.MTS,
IK ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST W.A8HINGT?N MARKET,
REFERENCES.-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and- Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston. S. 0. apri3-3mos
tailoring, i-arnisrjino ?oobs, Ut.
MENKE 4 MULLER,
No! 325 KING STREET,
Hare Just opened an entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and summer.
Our Clothing ls a very large and One selected
stock for Men-, Youths and Roys, from $5 to $50
per suit. The largest portion is of Imported
goods and manufactured by onrselves; we can,
therefore, recommend them as regard fit, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large stock of the most
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, which wo
will make up to order by measure in the latest
styles. The foreman In this department of our
nosiness hos no equal In the artistic world for cm*
ting and producing an elegant fit.
This department is supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows.Scarfs, Pocket
Uandkerct-'.efs, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has been selected wlih great care,
?md prices marked very low In plain figures.
Buyers la our Une will find it to their advantage
to give us a call beiore purchasing elsewhere.
Newspapers, iflagannts, Ut.
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cents
Per annum....$2 00
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
TJONEY! HONEY ! HONEY !
Fiue New Country HONEY, to be had In quanti?
ties to suit purchasers, of DR. H. BAER, ?
may26 No. 131 Meeting Btreet w