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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A 00..
No. 149 East Ray, Charleston, S.C.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8j 187L
NEWS OT TSE DAY.
-Goid,* at Now Yo?fc/clo?ed at 12*a?i.
-The New York cotton market closed
easier; sales 4828 bales at ia j c.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed a
shade easier; uplands SjaS^d.; sales 18,000
-Ine new German theatre in New York will
-Greeley arrived-at New York yesterday
-Ashbury's yacht Lavonia won the Harwich
regatta in England.
-General Rodman died yesterday at Rock .
Island arsenal, aged 55.
-The Democrats of New Hampshire are con?
fident of carrying the organization of the
House and electing Weston Governor.
-Von Moltke is engaged in reorganizing the
German army on the regular peace footing ol
700,000 men. This ?B nearly twice its former
-Dr. Paul Schceppe, imprisoned at Carlisle
for the murder of Miss Stinnecke, writes to
Governor Geary petitioning for a personal
audience, and he considerately suggests: "As
my condition forbids me to appear before you
?at your residence, I take the liberty to respect?
fully ask you to do tne the great favor to come
and see nie." *
-A correspondent, writing from Bordeaux,
details the following evidence of aatl-Teutod
ism: "The French savana holding German*
diplomas have returned them*, stating that
1 they could not even have seientinc relations
with a country which treated France to badly.
The Society o? Acclimatization have erased
from their books the names of the German
princes who were members. A society has
been got up here, trying to prevent the Borde?
laise merchants from trading with or employ?
ing (TV r mans In their, odious."
-What staff is sometimes sold as tea may
be learned from a London commercial circu?
lar, which says that recently three hundred
half-chests o? tea dost, called scented orange
Pikoe siftings, were sold ey auction, without
. reserve, on account of the importers, and part
realized one penny per pound, adding that "it
is a ' matter *of considerable doubt whether
this article is tea at all; lt is certainly utterly
spurious and unfit tb drink; che leaf is in a
great measure composed of dirt _and steel
filings, and ii a magnet be thrust into a sam?
ple, on examination lt will be found covered
with small particles of metal."
-A New York letter says : "There ls con?
siderable emigration of mechanics and ethers
to North Carolint. from this city, through
means of sp?culative land companies, who,
have bought heap tracts and divided them up
Into small fai o and village lots. The settlers
who passed (asl summer and winter there all
write favorably, and have given a good im?
pulse to other adventurers. 'There is, without
doubt, a splendid field for settlement and pros?
perity-in the South, and the plan adopted of
settling In colonies, where the advantages of
schools, entireties, and society can be at once -
realized, abolishes all objections hitherto of?
fered against emigration to those regions."
. -Accordlhgfo tne'ffc^Y?rk:Orbcer there
are sent out of New- York City annually an
army of twenty-five thousand commercial '
drummers. These average at least $1500 each
in salary and commissions, pr $38,000,000 paid
o the whole number in salaries. If to this we
add their travelling expenses, $4 per day, and
estimating that they are upon the road one
hundred and- filly days during-the year, we
have an item of $15,000,000 more, andan ag?
gregate o? $52,000,000, which is added to the
price of the goods tnM. As there are about
300,000 se tail stores, in the. country which the ,
goods eventually reach, we find every dealer
taxed $175 per year to sustain this army of
"drummers" from New York.
-The first conflict between the German Gov?
ernment and 'the Parliament of United Ger- 1
many occurred on May 17. It was provoked
by an Interpellation respecting the transfer of '
(two postoffice officials as a punishment for pe- I
ititionlng the Reichstag. Minister Delbr?ck <
declined te give satisfactory explanation. The <
'liberal"party vehemently defended* the right ]
of every citizen to petition the Reichstag, and 1
the rights of members to inquire into every
act of wrong-doing. The government refusal
of explanation was stigmatized as unconstitu?
tional. The southern members were con?
spicuous for plain speaking and their energy ,
of denunciation. The'Reichstag is expected
to sit for three or four weeks longer.
-The New York papers exclaim in .an
alarmed chorus, "What's to be doneV- The '
commandant at West Point Military Academy
bad decided that this year the cadets should
nqt have their annual hop. The Secretary of
War overrules this decision, and the hop is to
come off. By prescriptive right each cadet ls
entitled to a partner, and thus so is colored
cadet Smith, the ladles, not having the fear
of Congress before* their eyes, now combine
together in defiance of that body and its
solemn enactments, to deprive a citizen ol his
rights on account ol color, for they utterly re?
fuse to dance with the blacjc cadet. It has
been suggestwthat ? oofored ulady" be in?
vited for his behoof. But in this case the fair
rebels say that they won't go to the hop at all.
And thus a band ol Kii-Klux in dimity triumph.
-A letter from Father Hyacinthe, in a late
Parte newspaper, acknowledges the sympathy
that Italy feels for France, and advises a union
of the Latta races, as the balance of Europe is
menaced by the preponderance of Germans
and. Slaves. The acts of tile Commune were
the result of the negation of God by the peo?
ple. The nineteenth century is the age ol the
working men. The secoiid Empire treated
social questions In the spirit ot the Caesars, In?
stead of seeking to solve them by the dissemi?
nation of education. It. moreover, imposed
prolonged celibacy on. soldiers, and legalized
the prostitution ?of women. The church also
failed in its mission. It was too much occu?
pied with dogmatic questions, and too little
with the instruction of its dock. He concludes: .
".Taris is lu ashes. The working peopie .have
BO God, or say it ls impossible for them to be
.lleve in or love Him. Let. the rulers, with
Whole heart and brain, cousider the problem,
? and labor for the restoration, of France to faith,
'prosperity and peace."
-The appointment' of one of Brigham
Young's soiib to a West Point cadetship has
suddenly revived the waning interest'iu Mor?
monism, and bulli father and son have been
subjected to the ordeal 0! an interview. Pres?
ident Young has been visited in his mansion
by a Tribune correspondent, to whotn he de
livered .a discourse ou the beauties of his reli?
gion tltft was truly edifying. With the super?
lative ?Uh which always marks his exprea
sioas^he firmty believesthat neither the rail?
road nor the Influx of Gentile miners will
prevail against the religion of the chosen"
people 01 the Almighty; while with char?
acteristic shrewdness he relates how he
dissuaded the Mormons from rushing oar j
to the mines, encouraging them to stay
at home and make money by selling sup?
plies to the crowds going to the diggings. He
speaks pityingly of the sons ol' Joseph Smith,
and contemptuously of Dr. Newman, whom he
calls a "senseless blusterer, braggodoclo and
blackguard;" and In evidence of the moral
power of the religion the doctor went out
there to demolish, he points to the tact that,
out of two thousand pupils of the High School,
only tour use tobacco, coffee or tea, or swear.
The younger Young has been seen at West
Point, where he has made many friends among
the cadets. He ls a robust, manly fellow, who
boasts a remarkable purity ol Ufe, and resents
the suggestion that life at West Point will
cure him of his virtue. Moreover, Ire express?
es a doubt as to his passing the examination.
He also states his intention of marrying as
many wives as he can support.
tl Communism Dead ?
Written in letters of fire and blood, and of
proportions so huge that all the world will
read them with horror for a. cen tu ry to come,
the principles of the Commune seem scarce?
ly to need an interpreter. But they are
given so tersely by one of their sympathizers,
Dr. Robinet, that we cannot refrain from
"Their philosophy," ' says Dr. R., "is
"atheism, materialism, the negation of oil
"Their political programme is absolute in
' 'dividual liberty, by means of the suppression
"of government and the division of nation?
alities into Communes more or less fede
"Their political economy consists essen -
"tially in the dispossession, without compen
"sation, of the present holders of capital, and
"in assigning the coin, instruments of labor
"and land to associations of workmen.
"Their historical theory is that the no?
bility and bourgeoisie have each their
"reign, and that the time of the proletariate
"has now come.
"They exclude all that .is outside tire
"working class from society, considering it
"aa socially and eyen physiologically effete."
Such is the doctrine of the' Centrai Com?
mittee of the National Guard and the Com?
munal Council at the Hotel de Ville, which
for more than two months were absolute
masters of Paris. So then it ia not aa out?
burst of blind fury on the part of the san?
culottes, but a philosophy put in practice
the first fruits of armed Fourierism, an after?
birth of the Revolution of '98. If it be a ne?
gation of ail religion, it is, nevertheless, a
faith. Sixty thousand corpses, now rotting
in Paris, attest the devotion of the believers
in this no-religion. The hulks, the prisons
are crowded ; ten courts martial are busy
day and night ; and the work'of vengeance
Wiil Communism be thos stamped out, no
more to raise its head? If we recall the
universal execration heaped upon the first
revolution and its authors, and remember
the applause which Carlyle and others have |
bestowed upon that bloody protest against
ages of oppression, we shall hesitate to
answer in the affirmative. No ! Communism
is not dead. It cannot die until the grand | j
problem of civilization is finally solved.
There was a system which reconciled labor
and capital as no other system in human
history ever-succeeded in dom?. That sys?
tem has been destroyed forever. The distri?
bution of intelligence and refinement through
every portion of a State, as accomplished
by thia system, will be substituted the world,
over by the concentration into mighty cities
of all the wealth, power and intellect which
the State possesses. The few immensely
rich will be surrounded by the many exceed?
ingly poor. Ten thousand "savages of civ?
ilization," as the English "historian aptly
calls them, will stand hungry and impatient
at the door of every Croesus. The bayonets
hired to repress those savages may be
taught to think a little too much. Hunger
and steel and myriads of bare, brawny
arms, and mad radical "philosophers'" ever
at work-what hope is there of peace for
rjrossus ? In a night the earth, will begin to
piake. No ! Communism is not dead. Lon
lon, Berlin, Vienna and New York may
?earn a lesson by the lurid flames of Paris.
Will they ? _
Tlie Milligan Case.
The Milligan case at Indianapolis has
ended in a verdict for the plaintiff for $5 ' ?
damages. It grew out of the arrest of L. P.
Milligan, by Qeneral Alvin P. Hovey, on a
charge of "disloyal practices," in 1864.- Mil?
ligan was tried by a military commission,
found guilty, condemned to death, and or?
dered to be hung ; but before the sentence
was executed, President Johnson commuted
the sentence lo imprisonment for life, and
he was therefore sent to the Ohio Peniten?
tiary. Subsequently Milligan's counsel ob?
tained a writ of habeas corpus, and the
case was taken on its merits to the Supreme
Court of the United States, which, in a deci?
sion that has become famous, released the
prisoner on the ground that his trial by mili?
tary commission, at a time when the civil
courls were open, was without authority of
law. The prisoner was released, on the
10th of April, l$o'6. He did not commence
his suit for damages against Genend Hovey
for false imprisonment till March 13, 1SC8.
Au act of Congress, passed March 13, 1S?3,
provided that no suit for arrest, imprisou
or other trespass, committed at auy time
during the war, by authority of the Presi?
dent, shall be maintained, unless begun
within two years next after such arrest, im?
prisonment or trespass. Milligan began
his action March 13, 186S ; two years, there?
fore, would go back to Marsh 13, I860, less
than oue month before bis release. The
plaintiff's counsel contended that the impris?
onment was continuous, and that two years
not having expired from its termination till
the commencement of the suit, the action in?
cluded the whole term ; but the court in
structed the jury differently, and, uuder
these instructions, the jury gave the plain?
tiff damages Tor only twenty-eight day's im?
The verdict is not satisfactory to either
side. The trial involved a large political ele?
ment, and this gave it a sort of national in?
terest. The plaintiff and his friends consider
live dollars very insignificant satisfaction for
. 1/ g-rj-?
a?Z ignominious: lawless' imprisonment of
nearly ajear and a half ; and the defendant
and h is ' friend's dislike a verdict that "is a
Lof military trials during and after the war.
T?ie Indiana Republicans are also dissatis?
fied with it, because it condemns beforehand
the arrests and imprisonments which the
President and his agents are invited to
make under the Ku-Klux bill. For these
reasons it is stated that the defendant will
either ask for a new trial, or endeavor to ap?
peal to the Supreme Court.
Self-j)reservhtion-taking care of Number
One-is the first law of nature. He who
violates this law is not a wise man. They
who neglect this law are not a wise people.
It is the crucial test of wisdom or unwis?
dom. By their Number Oneness shall ye
Nations differ in the amount and intensity
of their Number Oneness. No two individu?
als are equally endowed with this-excellent
faculty. - There is a tfcee on this continent
singularly deficient in it-but for unalloyed
Number Oneness commend us to that-por?
tion of the American people which rebelled
against the Constitution and insisted upon
a sectional war. Witness the following
facts, which have jost leaked out :
When it was decided to occupy Arlington
Heights, for fear secession batteries would
be erected there, 13,000 men were thought
sufficient for the purpose, and Massachusetts
'and New York vied with each other in claim?
ing the post of honor at tho front, did Choy
no;? Aye! with a strange absence of j
alacrity. At midnight a battalion of George- j
towu militia was thrown across the Aque?
duct ; these were followed by the 5th Massa?
chusetts, 28th New York, ?c. About the
same hour (mark the hour) a battalion of
District militia crossed the Long -Bridge,
and they were followed by sundry New
York Regiments. The crack Seventh New
York was'posted exactly at the Virginia end
of the bridge, and the draw was not hoisted.
Bunning, if such pe/ilaua task were to be
Imposed upon the gallant Seventh, could
thus be accomplished without a single wheel
to left or right. [See Governor Fairchild's
statement at the-reunion of the Arm y"of the
Potomac ia Boston for a full and explicit
account of this creditable proceeding.}
Singleness of purpose is a great virtue.
Number Oneness is the quintessence of j
such singleness. And there is a people in
this land of double-dealing who excel in this
species of singleness as they excel in every?
thing else. He who does not admire that'
people is not an admiring man.
"Silence IS Golden I"
Mr. Davis's unfortunate speech at Atlanta
has been repudiated by the great body of the
Southern pross. One paper goes, so far as
to call him u "fool-mule." Even the papers
which praise him most are compelled em?
phatically to repudiate the Atlanta impru?
dence-to call it by ita mildest name Of |
all ihe hard bits he has received, the follow?
ing' from The Citizen and Bound Table is
perhaps the hardest and most pointed :
"Jefferson Davis, with that good sense
"for which he was always eralneutly con?
spicuous, is making speeches in favor of |
"the,re-election of President Grunt."
Grant himself, according to a Herald in?
terviewer, declares that "he (Davis) is mak
"ing all the country Republican."
It does appear that the man, meaning
well all the time, is doomed, by a sad fa?
tality, to ruin repeatedly the very people of
all others whose welfare he professes, and
we doubt not siucerely, to have mo3t warmly
jr Mr. Wm. Kelly, Mrs. Wm. Shepherd aud Mr.
find Mrs. 0. Bassett, are respectfully invited to
attend the Funeral Services er Miss JANE M.
KELLY, at Bethel "Church, THIS MORNING, at half
past 9 o'clo-k. Jun8-'
?HiUinerg, Orcssfliaking, Ut.
Q. B -A N D ? P B if I K G ^
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100 cases NEW STYLE HATS, in Straw, Leghorn,
Chip, Cactus Braid and Neapolitan.
MILLINERY GOODS, In endless variety.
50 cases SUNDOWNS
10 cases Magnolias
io cases Gypsy School
a cases Sailor Hats
6 cases Minnehaha
200 dozen Chignons, in Jute, and Real
Human Hair, Curls, Frizzes, Chatallns,.BraldB,
Ac, Ac. may2S
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FINE FRENCH CORSETS MADS TO ORDER.
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STERLING SILVER FOURS AND SPOONS
in quaintly, nt
SI 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods tire pronounced superior in beauty
of finish, and greater lu variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
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York traOe prices. JOHN G. Ml I. NO K & CO..
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Sjmi 1 Notices.
pm OFFICE. OL THE CHARLESTON.
CHARITABLE ASROIATION, FOR THE BENE"
FIT OF THE FREESflOOL FUND, NO.-147 MEET?
ING STREET-CBAILESTON. JUNE 7, 1871.
Offlcial Raffled Nurabrs of me Charleston Chari?
table Association, ta the Benefit or the Free j
School Fund :
CLASS Ni 19-MORNING.
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CLASS ?. 20-EVENING.
54- 4--3-41-131-43-64-20-G-44-12- 0.
As witness my lian this 7th day or June, 1871.
may29 . sworn Commissioners.
5? ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF AP
POINTMENT.-In thiDistrlct Court of the United
States, for the EaateriDistrict or South Carolina
ln.the matter of HE1RV ASHER, Bankrupt-In
Bankruptcy.-To whoa lt may concern: The un?
designed hereby give notice of his apppolnt
ment as Assignee otB?NRY ASHER, of the Town
cf Blackville, in ?the conn ty of Barnwell, and
State ?f South Carolin, within said District, who
has been adjudged a lankrupt upon' his own peti?
tion by the District cort of said District.
Dated at Blackrille bls*<?0th day of. May, A. D.
1871. ' G. K. RYAN, Assignee.
Junl-th8 * .
MESSRS. ?IIORS-PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE as a Oandlftte. for Mayor, at the next
Maalclpal Election, tie name of General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblije
mayl7 A FRIEND TO REFORM.
NOTICE.-THE BATTERY BATH
ING-HOUSE, off Whle. Point Garden, has been
thoroughly repaired li all its various departments,
and is now opened for the accommodation of j
visitors. Thanking ne public for past favors, I
would moat respedtfuTy solicit their patronage,
maylfi-tuths - M MoMANMON, Proprietor.
pm CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptlonsor Donations at his office,
No. 68 East Bay'coner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dolors will constitue a person a
member for one yeav Bibles are kept on hand
fer distribution. Tie Society has one Colporteur
in the field, and sollcts aid to introduce another.
Persons Interested lo the work or seeking further
information will piesse call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-flmos . Treasurer C. B. 6.
pm NOTICE ?S HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents cr the Land Commission, that,
from and arter the Ant day of March, 1871, they
will report ali their, aroceedlrfgs to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO) SecrefaryoT the Advisory Board.
.' ROBT. C. D* LARGE, L. O. S. S. C:
Columbia, February 28,1871. marti
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massacre the innocents like the "aoothlngsyrupe"
so much lo vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL ls bannies?, and ls recommended by all
our best physicians. It ls to be had pr the manu?
facturer, . Da. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
Aad or all Druggists. apr22-atuth
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FEVER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known for Chills and Fever
Ls the use of Wolfe's Schledalu Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
13 good for Dyspepsia.
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neg leave to call the attention or the reader to
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I feel bound to aay that 1 regard your SCHNAPPS
as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events lt
lo the purest possible article or Holland gin, here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September L
' I feel that we have now an article or gin suit*
able for such cases as that remedy is adapted to.
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Sohnapps" ls a remedy In chronic catarrhal
1 take great pleasure la bearing highly credit?
able testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent
in the diseases for wjiich you recommend lt.
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree or stimulation, I re
gard it as-one or the most Important remedies in
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those ol
the genito-urlnary apparatus. With much re?
spect, your obedleut servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. -:6 Puts STREET, N. Y.. Nov. 21,1867.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAR SIB-I
havemauea chemical examination ol a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with thc Intent ol
determining ir any foreign or injurious substance
had been added'to the simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous or barna
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace or the deleterious substances which
are sometimes employed in the adulteration or
liquors. I would not hesitate to use-myseir, nor
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the "Schiedam Schnapps" as au excellent and
unobjectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist. -
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABOBATQRV, 1
18 EXCHANGE PLACE,' ?. Y.. Nov. 25, 1867. J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, E?q. : DBAK SIR-The under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample ol your "Aromatic Schiedam Schapps,"
selected by ourselves, and have found the same
free rrom all organic or inorganic substances,
more or less iBjunons to heall h. From the reBult
or our examination we consider the article one of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
eflcctual In Its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPBL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. KNOKLUARD, M. D.
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ter. Augusta, Ga. Juno
jSarSP?ClAL NOTICE.-DURING THE
summer months the rates of Board at the MILLS
BOUSE will be REOCCKD to three dollars per day.
. J. PARKI1R, Proprietor.
G. W. PARKER, Superintendent, may29-imo
p&- MANHOOD-154TH LD ITIO N
:orrected and revised by the autl 16.-, E. de F. Cur?
tis, Doctor or Medicine, member of the Royal Col?
lege of Surgeons, England; Licentiate of the Col?
lege of Physicians, Edinburgh; Honorary Member
Faculte de Medicine, Paris, kc, kc, kc-A.
Medical Essay-on the cause ant cure .of Prema?
ture decline in Man, showing h sw health ts lost
and Ito w. regained, k gives a clej,r synopsis of the
Impediments to Marriage, the treatment of Ner?
vous and Physical Debility, Sterility, ?c., whether
brought on by early abuse or exe sss, and the rem?
edies therefor-the result of twer.ty years success?
Price 50 cents by mall. Addreus the autho<, Dr.
OURTIS, No. 9 Tremont Place, Boston. Mass.
?tr WARRANTED INPALLIBLE
TIME DOES NOT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY.
MILLINGS'S COMPOUND BUG IESTROYEft, pre?
pared only by R. C. MILLINGS, No. 411 King
street, and sold by Druggists and- the trade In
general, in pint bottles at Fifty Oents each.
Liberal inducements offered to dealers by ap?
plying to EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
PS- A SATE, SURE AND SPEEDY
remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysente 7, Cholera, Sum
mer Complaint and all Bowel Affections may be
had in JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Com?
pounded with care from the best understood in?
gredients known to -the Medical Faculty, its action
ls prompt, and always to be depended upon,
while the reputation lt has attained as a Standard
Household Remedy should lndu:e all, at this sea?
son of the year, to keep a bottle of so useful a
medicine >iy them. Sold by all Irugglsts. GOOD?
RICH, WISEMAN * CO., Whole ?ale Ageuta,
pS- A PITIFUL CONDITION.-IT IS
asad thing to pass through ll'e only-half alive.
Yet there are thousands, whole habitual condi?
tion is one of languor and debility. They com?
plain of no speclflc disease; tl ey suffer no posi?
tive pain; bu; they have no relish for anything
which affords mental or sen: nous pleasure to
their more robust and energetl : fellow-beings.
' In niue cases out or ten, this state or lassitude
and torpor arises from a morbid stomach, indi?
gestion destroys the energy ef both mind and
body. When the wjste of nature ls not 'suppUcd
by a due and regular asslmllailon of the food,
every organ is starved-ever;: function Inter?
rupt ed. t
Now, what does ooinmon seise suggest under
these circumstances of Uepres hon 1 The system
needs rousing and strengthening; not merely
for aa hour or two, to sink afterward into a
more pitiable condition than e.-er, (as lt assured?
ly would do If an ordinary alcoholic stimulant
were resorted to,) but radlca'ly and permanently.
How Is I his dealt able object tu be accomplished f
The answer to this question, f maded on the un?
varying experience of a quarter of a century, ls
easily given, infuse new vigor into the digestive
organs by a course of H03TE PIER'S STOMACH
BITTERS. Do not waste time.In administering
temporary remedies, but wake tue system up by
recuperating the fouutaln t ead or physical
strength and energy, thc great organ upon which
all the other organs depend for their nurture and
By the time that a dozen los's or the great
vegetable tonic and (avigoran ; have been taken,
the feeble Tram-? or the dyspeptic will begin to
feel its benign In tl oe nee. Appetite will be crea?
ted, and with appetite the capt city to digest what
lt craves. .Persevere until the cure ls complete
until healthful blood, flt to ie the material of
flesh .and muscle, bone and nerve, and brain,
flows through the channels of circulation, instead
of tile watery pabulum with" which they have
heretofore been Imperfectly nourished.
H^'TLBERS^H ?~? S~E? l?oTui KT?G
STREET, between Weitworth and Kasel
streets, within ave minutes' walk or the Postoflice
and principal Business Homes or Meeting and
Hayne streets, and fifty yarea of the City Rali?
way, which ?ommunicaKs with all parts of the
city. Terms, $2 per diem". Special contracts
made on most reasonable tetms for BOARD by
the week or month for single Q&itlemen or Fanil
lies. MRS. B. HILBERS, Proprietor. June-lino
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
eau be accomundated with good board
aud pleasant rooms, on mod arate terras, by ap?
plying at No. 12 wem wort h street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. niayis
jr"i ME AND L ITHS. ~
1,550 bbls. Fresh LIME
. Landing from Schooner Fr mk and Emily.
CEMENT, Calcined and Lar d Plaster, Hair, kc
For sale by OLNEY k GO.,
may22_NOB, ll and 13 Vendue Range.
NO. 94 CHURCH ? TREET,
BUILDING MATERIALS of tilwinda constantly
on hand und for sale low.
Agency for MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS,
manufactured by the Penrhyn Marble Company, a
beautiful substitute for marbi5. at reduced rates.
Orders for Eneamtic Tile foi dooring, and em?
bossed and cut Glass for windows, doors, ic,
Dromptly filled at manufacturer's prices.
Just received a lot or SASHES, BLINDS, kc,
and for sale very low.
P. O. BOX 374. E. M. GRIMEE.
Soots, 51)oe<i, &z.
Q.E T -I HEB E S ?!
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, 1 ti any style desired,
using only the best material md work mans li lp.
Cous'.Hntly on hand, a largo assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SUOilS, o? all sizes.
The New .
Which dispenses with shoe strinss and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Cull ano examine specimen*.
may22_t o.-tl Broad street.
gOOTi, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Reoelving .als day per Steamships Georgia,
from*New York, Fall River, from Philadelphia,
assorted luvoices of FINE HOOTS AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice selection al wa,,, tn
Mock I keep those CABL'3 SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at EDA ARD DALY'S,
mar2U No. 121 Meeting street.
O TI C E! NOTICE!
By Fall River Steamship fi om Philadelphia this
day I am receiving a fresh si.p'ply et those Gent's
llaiifl-Sewed Magic'Flttinr: FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much time md labor, I have the
same for Boys and Gents.
mar22_ No. 121 Meeline street.
^O THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please Inform the numeious readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN (IA1TKR, Patented, or
Hie Shoe 01 the Future, is h success. To supply
the demands of the Trade, another Invoice to-daj
by Fall River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by 1' O WARD DALY,
mar22 No. 121 Meeting street.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5, A. Rr;
M.-The RegulatMonthly Communication
of tnia Lodge *Jll,J>fr'xheid THIS EVENING, ai*.
o'clock: T ^
By order or the W. M. T-. E. STROTHER,
&ERMANIA LODGE; No. 5, B. P.-A
Communication or thc above Lodge wlU
tate Dlace THIS EVENINO, at 8 o'clock. Members
are requested to be punctual, aa officers for the
next six montos will be nominated. Arrears are
du?. By order of the W. C.
JUQ8 ^ J. A. ALPERS. R. S.
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY.-A SPECIAL
. Meeting or*the St. .Andrew's Society will be
held at South, Carolina Hall THIS EVENING , a : fl
o'clock, for the purpose or paying a, tribute .or re?
spect to their late President.
Juns ROBT. u. GORDON, Secretary.
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. -THE REGU?
LAR Monthly Meeting or the Catholic Insti?
tute will beheld at their Hall, Broad street,'THIS
(Thursday) BvsKIXO; at hair-past 7 o'clock. .
By order. JOHN B. O'NEILL,
j nos Secretary 0. E.
Any one having the same please address,
stating terms per month, key box No. 451. '
ALADY, DESIROUS OF A FEW MUSIC
Scholars, will give Lessons at the following
low terms: Per quarter 91?, two lessons a week;
hair lessens ror $8. Apply at this office.
WANTED, GENTLEMEN TO BUY
SHIRTS, Hosiery, Gloves, Ties, Cellars,
Handkerchiefs at ARCHER'S BAZAAR, and save
so per cent, hy the operation. _jnnfl-(lr
WANTED, A GOOD COOK Ai?.
WASHER, for a emmi family. Must be
well recommended. Inquire ol A. B., Ppstoffice.
WANTED, BY A COMPETENT MANU?
FACTURER, a situation as Boss Weaver
or Superintendent or a cotton mill. Please ad?
dress W. LEHWERT, East Jaffrey, N. H.
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
la the Laud and Immigration Association
or Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to aee my friends
at Hr. E. ti. MORELAND'S office. No. 29 BroaM
street. EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent. . ?may29
N ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
, Goods and Groceries; ls a zo ad Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally userai. Gan
glve?fst-clas8 reference* Address Veritas, Office
of THB NEWS._ mayis
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing not less than
rour square rooms. The western part or the city,
or the neighborhood of the Battery preferred. Ad?
dress, stating location ana lowest rent, '-Tenant,
office ot THE NEWS. api-18
do Witt. .
TO RENT. ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, A
large House, conven 1er. t to. Fort Moultrie,
containing eight rooms, with a large cistern, ^p
ply to T. NAUGHTON. No. 04, Calhoun atreet, or
to Sergeant E. O'BRIEN, Suntan's Island.
mo RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RE8I
JL DENCE, No. 09 Smith atreet. Peesenslon
given Immediately. Apply at No. fl Liberty street.
TO RENT, A ^SUMMER* RETREAT IN
the Town or Anderson, S. C-a beautiful
Cottage.^ontaming six roon?, partially famished.
The garden ls In a nigh statu of cultivation, and
the surroundings ali that Caf) be desired for som?
mer comfort and pleasure. From- May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality in south
Carolina. Apply to F. G. Da FONTAINE, a; the
Mills House, or to M., Box iou, Anderson, & C.
aprl7 . ? .
Whitehall BOAT, 18 feet long." Apply at No.
141 Meeting street, up.stalrs._ Jun8-8
FOR SALE, A FINE SETTER DOG, FIT
for training. Address A. B., Posteflee.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
hear, call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Mee: it:,: and Church streets. . febll
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 50 tiENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THU NEWS._may 18
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS_A RuggleB Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
new, ?uts 28 indies, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Joh Office. mar22
TW-AHAME LUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS
lvX MAKER, has removed to No. 238 KING
STREET, east side, between Market and Hasel
streets. . aprl6
EIGHT MILES FROM SPARTANBUKG C. H., 8. 0.
Hotel will be opened for visitors let Mane, 1871.
The table will be provided with the best the conn
try affords. Board per month $30; per week $12;
per day $2 bo.
Hacks run dally to the springs from Spartan
burg. The water ls Chalybeate. Has proven effi?
cacious In caring Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, Gravel, Dropsy, Diarrhoea,
Cutaneous Affections, Chill and Fever, and many
other ills of ? kindred nature. Mineral and Free?
stone Baths. R. C. OLIVER, Proprietor,
may23-tuth7* Suartantmrg c. H.. s. C.
TX7SIT? SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GEEENBBIEB, WEST VIRGINIA.
These SPRINGS, ramon? ror then- alterative
waters and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the 1st of June. They afford accommodations for
The cars otthe Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
run to the Springs. Excursion ticket-, at low
rates, will be furnished In the principal cities,
North and bomb.
These Springs are 200C feet above tide water,
and the climate in whloh they are situated ls al?
ways cool and Invigorating, affording entire relier
from prostrating summer hebt.
Professor Rosenbergers excellent Band will be
in attendance to enliven the Lawns and Ball
Masquerade and Fancy Balls during the season,
Au extensive Livery will be kept at very mode?
CK AUGES , $3 per day, and $75 per month of 30
days. Children under 10 years of age and colored
servants half price; white servants according to
Pamphlets in reference to the MEDICAL value or ,
the water, ROUTES to the S irlngs, Ac., may be
had free of charge at the Charleston Hotel and at
Dr. G. W. AlMAR, corner of King and Vander
horst streets. GEO. L. PEYTON A CO.
rjlHE HEALING SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY VIRGINIA,
wdl be opened on ttie 1st of June. They are ac?
cessible by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroads
from Miilboro', depot, twenty-three miles, by
8! ag es crossing the Warm Spring Mountain, and
pamlcg the Warm and Hot Springs; or from
Covington depot, sixteen miles over a One turn
pike of easy grade, passing in fu'l view of the
celebrated .Faning Springs, and the splendid
scenery or Jackson's. River.
Board $3 per day; $20 per week; $75 per month,
or f?J per month for two months or more. Chil?
dren under ten years, and colored servauts, half
Telegraph office at the hotel
M. H. HOUSTON, M. D., resident physician.
B. M. QL'ARLES, Agent.
DUNLOP A MCCANCE, )
Huot? W. FRY, J Proprietors.
A. Y. STOKES, ) mayo-tuthslmo
BATH COUNTY, VA.
This renowned-Watering Place will be opened
for the reception of Visitors JONE ist.
lt?- waters are celebrated for their curative vir?
tues In the treatment or various diseases, such as
Cnronlc Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor of the Liver,
Chronic Enlargement of the Liver or Spleen,
Ctironio Diarrhoea or Dysentery, Non-Organic
Paralysis, Old Injuries, Affections of the Skin,
especially or Syphilitic origin, Chronic Diseases or
the Uterus, Ac.
The Baths vary In temperature tram 86? to 110?
Board S3 per day, $20 per week,.$T5 per month.
Telegraph Office at the HoteJ.
Prof. J. L. CAB-ELL. M. D., or the University,
Va, Resident Physician.
S. C. TAKDY A CO.. ) prnnrietorg
THOS. R. PRICE A CO.,i Pr?P"etora.
J. A. ACGUST, Manager. Richmond, Va.
(Oxacetis?t Signore, g>
212 bags CLAYED. REAS. put Bp la spl?Bdld
shipping order ?Traros. eac ti.
For sale to close consignment, by
jon6>8_H. GERDTS A CO.
pLOUB! FLQ?R! FLOUR! ? ^
1200 bbls. Fine, Soper, Extra and FAMILY *
FLOUR For sale bv
HERMANN BOL WINKLE,
J uni _Rerr's Wharf.
'ILSON'S G R-? C ERY.
L.I E BIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT,
FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS,
For sale at.
WILSON'S 6?O CBE?,.'
. No. 30? KING BTOTET.
The larg?str and-best
selected stock of
to bs found In
is especially invited.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
308 KING STREET,
fonr doors above
JJ?THORS SPRINGS- WATER
Regen A son's DIAMOND SPARKLING c AT A waa.
WINE . '
Bin nln ger'a Old London Dock Gin, Old'Tom eta
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, in quart Jars -v
Assorted French Fruits, in own Jnioe, put ua?Jn
glass stoppered decanters
French Plofcles, m fancy Jars
India Carrie, in aaa les
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, In glass pots
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive on,
Florence Olive Oil, ld flasKs, and Bengal Choi ney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.
j anli_No. 278" King street.
NEW BUTTER. IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENTRA Et RIV ALS. '
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, Young America Oboese, Eldam and
?ap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon ?trips; Choice Pilled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork andj?lciled Ox Tongues.
SCGAR-C URE ? H Al IS.
Daffleld's, American, Whestphaua, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar cured Champion Hams.
For Bale by E. E. BEDFORD,
janll_ No. 275 Ktagstreau
Jg RE M'EN L AGER BEEB.
? CHAMPAGNE ALES .
DUBLIN PORTERS ? - -
5. E. BEDFORD,
. anil . No. 275 King street.
OLD NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHIS?
KEY AT $2 PER GALLON.
Highly recommended for medicinal and all
other purposes where apure Whiskey is required.
. . W. H. WELOM'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All goods delivered free. may81
T OOK OUT.!
FOR THE SIGNS OF THE, CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST ARRIVED AT
LISLE Y'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 898. King street,
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot of that very superior YOUNG
HYSON TEA, which delights all Tea connoisseurs
who have ever tried lt, and which I Bell at the low
price of $150 per pound. This Tea is guaranteed,
and lam willing to refund the men ey to any pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot of CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES
AND FISH, of the most approved brands, which
will be sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Laguayra end Java
ct trees, fresh every day. The roasting ls done
upon the premises, under my personal super?
vision. Quality and kinds guaranteed. jy
FRENCH CHINA 1 FRENCH CHINA I
Tea Sets of plain French China, 44 pieces, Tor $8
Tea Sets, gold band French China, 44 pieces, for
A large assortment or French China for table
nee. Also, Fancy China Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tete-a Tete Sets,
English Crockery,- Glassware, Tinware, Hard?
ware, Woodenware, Baskets, Looking Glasses,
and a general assortment of House Furnishing
Goode-sold* twenty-five per cent, cheaper than
Special attention paid to country orders, accom?
panied with cash.
All Inquiries by letter promptly answered.
No charge for packing or delivering to any part
of the city.
marie-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
.The undersigned. Proprietor of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPOKICM," No. 810 King
street, three doors south of Society street, respect?
fully states to the Smoking, Gnewing and Snar?
ling public, that he has conch-ded to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale ario Retail Consumers
ot CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, Ac, by. dtsposlng
of his Stock at such plies . as to secure a large
and rellaole trade. An extensive and complete
assortment or all articles In his line or business la
kept oonstantiv on band, giving a facility of
tining, without delay, all orders extended to him,
accompanied with cash, or draft on responsible
houses in the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect Stock before tradlnfrelse
where WM. SHRODER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.