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ftleettags ThU Day.
Orange Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Independent Dramatic Ciao, at half-past 8
Citizens Ward 2, at 5 P. M.
? Anetten Sale? Tnls Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, mirrors, cutlery, Ac".
Leiten A Eraas will sell at 8 P. M., at the store
or W. G. Whllden A Co., King street, balance of
stock oe hand.
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pub?
lication in THE NEWS, mast, in all cases, be paid
for in advance.
TUE BUCHHEIT MYSTERY.-The missing Mr.
Buchhelt has not yet been heard from; hat the
statements ai to hts having gone West by rail?
way are tally confirmed, and all apprehensions as
to his safety have ceased.
THE WDTNEBS.-We are requested to an?
nounce that No. 63. held br "S. C. L.," won the
jewelry set, and No. 24, held by Miss Lola Ann
Hey ward, won the doll-house, raffled at Yon San
ten's store on Saturday last. m
THE ?. S. MABSHALSHIP.-A dispatch from
the agent of the Associ?t ed Press at Washington
tells n's that "the appointment or Wallace as suc?
cessor to Louis Johnson, marshal of South CarolL
na. has been suspended."
THE-*'FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI was cele*
brated yesterday In the Catholic churches with
imposing ceremonies. At the Cathedral and St.
Peter's the observance was marked with especial
pomp, the consecrated Host being carried la pro?
cession outside the church In the open air.
THE SAVANNAH FIREMEN OFF ON A Bra EX?
CURSION.-The Marsha l Hose Company, or Savan?
nah, left that city on Saturday for New York and
Boston. They were accompanied by delegations
from the Washington Fire and Hose Companies,
the Georgia Independents, and the Metropolitans.
The excursionists will doubtless have a good time.
IMPORTANT ARREST.-J. N. Wilder, the assis?
tant postmaster at St. Stephen's Depot, on the
Northeastern Railroad, was arrested on Saturday
morning on the charge of robbing the mad. The
warrant of arrest was Issued by the United States
commissioner on the affidavit or Mr. John S. Frey,
to the effect that the prisoner had abstracted a
ch '.--ck for o ver $400 from a letter In the mall direct"
ed to the deponent.
DEATH OF A SIBTEV OF MERCY.-WB regret
tc* announce the sadden death of Miss Honora
O'Gorman, (In religion Sister Martha.) at the Sis?
ters' Orphan Asylum, at 6 o'clock Saturday ev. n
ing. Sister Martha had at rived at the fall matur?
ity of ure, being 71 years at the time of her de?
mise. She came to Charleston under the auspices
of the lamented Bishop England, and has been
connected with the asylum for forty years. She
was a native of Cork, Ireland. The funeral obse?
quies will take place at the Cathedral Chapel at 9
o'clock this morning.
LIGHTENING HIMSELF.-At a late hour on
Friday night a suspicious looking Individual at?
tracted the attention of a policeman in Radcliffe
street, who went up to lint to And nat ? what wa?
going on. The individual avoided the official as
much as possible, and WJU?Q tb.e~ia.t:er_called to
him to halt, incontinent toi?k w w rfeTslfe The.,
policeman followed, ane^uie' pursuit waa so hot '
tnat the fugitive threw away a chicken, a bag
containing several articles, and dropped bis straw
hat. He succeeded, however, in effecting hts
escape in the darkness, and tho. pursuer return?
ing atong there*ute gathered -j^.artlcles-?fcilch
had oean-thrown away fa th els ce? No jcira^ias
appeared to claim them, and it is presumed they
are stolen property.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Two parties, reported
for keeping hogs on their premises UT.the upper
part ot the etty, were ordered to remove them
within two days.
James Roper, arrested rorassaulting-acd stab?
bing John Lacas on Friday night ia-' Broad; street,
1s behf for examination.
J. Brandt, found lying drank in the street and
brought to the Statlonhoose on the city wagon?
was eentenced to pay the coach fare.
Eight fowls, found in two bags nader a vacant'
house opposite the Almshouse, were returned to
the owner, from whom they had been acolen.
Jane Jackson and Mentle Johnson,-arrested for
raising a disturbance and fighting about a he
man, were discharged.
THE AMATEUR BOAT RACE.-The threatening
aspect of the skies on Saturday afternoon pre
vended as large an assembly as usual of specta?
tors from gathering on the Battery to witness the
expected race. At six o'clock, tho yacht Lou;y
tc ok her position off. tao Brat! east corner of the
Battery, and the contesting, beata,,ware'seen
making their way to the starting point. This was
near the month of WappooCnt, the distance to
be gone over being a little over a mlle. A stiff
breeae was blowing from the southwest, andjthe
boats had the last of the ebb running In their
favor.. The start was capitally made, and the two
boats moved off simultaneously. The Azalea
speedliy.wenta length ahead, and. har orew pu li?
ing wirti a long steady Bweepr- She kept this' dis?
tance until the last qaarter^when the stroke
quickened, and she forged ahead' of her antagon?
ist, and passed the stake-boat Lonly, winning the
race by four lengths. The Fannie did her leve1
b st, and her crew puned m an rally, but the other
bi at was too much. The distance was made ia 9
minnies and 15 seconds. It is bat just to he crew
of the Fannie to state that they got in SOOal wa?
ter at the start, -which kept them back consider?
ably. The Azalea is 20 and the Fannie 18 leet
long. The crew of the former rowed in the Alert
on the preceding Saturday, and their success ts
due principally to the skill with which they handle
their oars. It ls rumored that an extensive race
will come of on Saturday next, In which several
crack boats will participate.
A PLEASANT EVENING.-A goodly number ol
.the Sumter Rifle Club, with representatives from
the Charleston Riflemen, Palmetto Guard and
berman Clubs, repaired to Mount Pleasant Satur?
day afternoon, and the time was spent most
pleasantly in target practice, and the Interchange
of courtesies between the several club3. The
tlfreatenlng aspect of the weather prevented a
larger attendance, but those who braved the ele?
ments were unanimous In the conviction that
Saturday afternoon could not be utilized better
than by devoting the half hobday to a general
target practice. There ls considerable debate
among the title clubs or the city on the questlou
ot a general parade on the 28th Instant, an his?
tor cal day, when the bloody Britishers were
driven from Fort Moultrie. It has been suggested
that ihe officers of the several clubs meet before
tint date: arrange some programme for the
performance of the day. The attendance at
Moant Pleasant, on Saturday, shows that there li
no lack ol Interest, and we trust the powers that
be will call out their clubs on the 28th.
.The targets bore testimony to the efficiency or
the marksmen, and their zeal was stimulated by
the presentation or several prizes. The Sumtei s
offered a silver cup for the best and a tin cup to
the worst shot. These were presented by vice
President J. H. Simmons, or the Palmetto Guard,
and Lieutenant 7ohn A. Moroso, ol the Charles?
ton Riflemen, and responded to on behair or the
recipients by Mr. W. M. Bruns and vice-President
W. W. Pemberton, or the Snmters. A pool was
then put np and shot ror by the riflemen en masse.
The utmost cordiality prevailed, and the whistle
of the departing steamer was regretted by all or
The record or the shooting was asrfoll'ws: Sum?
ter Rifles-Silver cup, C. P. Sanders; tm cup,
Slnkler Simona The joint pool-F. W. Bacot.
Best shot In the Charleston Riflemen, T. M.
?"Neill. Best shot tn the Palmetto Guard, J. J.
Next Saturday will, weatber permitting, wit?
ness a repetition of the sport.
DEATH OF A NOTED CHABACTEB.-Cn Friday
evening, one ol. the Holts which connected ns
with the past was severed, by the death at the
City Hospital of Mr. Sebring Richardson, better
known as Old Sebe. He wan the first jockey 'that
rode on the Charleston Race Coarse, and also
rode the first race In Savannah,Georgla. For years
before the era of railroads,he was a famed express
and mall rid?r between Charleston and Augusta,
and In after years was familiar with the turf, and
widely known as one of ?he best riders on the
course. His fading health and old age compelled
his appeal to the public charity, but every atten.
tlon was afforded him at the hospital, and his
fanerai services performed by the Rev. W. B.
Tates. He died at the advanced.age of 70 years,
having outlived his generation, afid was interred
at me ?eatnaVs Oe'aetery oa tn* Ashley.
BBB ICH OF TROST.-Savannah had quite a
sensation on Saturday, a report being circulated
on the street that the confidential clerk or-a large
cotton broker had been discovered to be a default?
er to his employer to the extent of over $2000.
Upon being charged with lt, he confessed his guilt,
acknowledging that he had yielded to temptation,
taken the money and spent lt. His employer,
though the*loss U a heavy one, magnanimously
refused .to take any legal steps in the matter, as?
suring his unfalthlil clerk that he would far
rather have given hun the money than to have
had hla confidence thus betrayed. The young
man ls said tobe of good family and connections,
and while In this city was received in the best so?
ciety. His unfortunate yielding to temptation ls
doubtless to he attributed mainly to a desire to
keep np appearances in the circle in which he
moved, which could not well be done with hts
legitimate income. ,
, THE STATE COURT.-The Court of General Ses?
sions was opened at io o'clock Saturday morning,
i Hon. R. F. Graham, presiding.
t The grand jury having been called, all answered
and made the following fladlngs:
The State vs. Wm. Robson-resisting an officer
in the discharge of his duty and assault and bat?
tery. True bill.
The State vs. Benjamin Brown and James
-Campbell-assault with intent to kill and resisting
an officer In the discharge of his duty. True bill.
.The State vs. Ellen Butterfield-grand larceny.
The State vs. Joseph'Truall, Al Marocbetti and
Peter Collins-assault and false imprisonment.
The State vs. J* J. Beasley-forcible entry and
detainer. True bill. ,
Same vs. same-assault wirb intent to kill and
assault and battery. True bili.
TheState vs. the corporators of me Charleston
Charitable association-selling lottery tickets,
promoting a lottery, carrying on a lottery and ad?
vertising a lottery. True bill.
The grand Jury were then discharged, after
maklDg the following
PK ES BN TM E.VT:
The grand Jury ot Charleston County, for the
Jane term of 1871, would report that in the per
romance or their duties that they visited the
County Jail and other public buildings, and lound
the County Jail la a cleanly condition, the build-'
lng in good order, bat would recommend that
water sinks be placed in the ends .of each corri?
dor, to protect the building from damage by
drips from the water pipes. Tney also examined
the food as to quality andqaantity, and found Uie
same sufficient and of a proper qna'lty. They
also examined the books connected with the
office, and found the same sept in a cprreot man- j
-ner. They also visited the State Orphan Asylum,
and found che building in a satisfactory*condlilon.
The food safflcleat as to'the quantity and quality,
but would recommend that additional clothing
and bedding be furnished to the Inmates.
.They - also visited the office or the clerk of the
court and found the books and? papers la good
order. They also visited the office or the county
treasurer, aiid,owlug to the numerous changes
ttir^eiafM.wc'^iB?raqt the treasurers and subor
rdlnKffe t ne?bonks ot,the office for the last three
Sse^ ?^wt?Xn,.a/ir?tJsractory condition. The
TrresentHracumbent. '?'fifeneral William Gurney, or
rei ed us every facility to examine the same. We
find the total State and county taxes to be
about $320,000. received during the last three
months,,.and j^hai there is still due about $150,000
for ta|e*fear-making tte fotal.->amotftrt?cr taxes
for ftatennty^lmbut $474000 ar the year 1870;
au afjfount greater trian thea taxation o' the
whoTe State in T85B; anamount unnecessary for
anywise or economical dmlnlstratlon of the gov?
ernment, and destructive to the general wel?
fare or this oouBty. Wc find the total amount
ot unpaid taxes for iScO to be $120,000,
or which about $80.000 ts now lu lltigaUon. There
ls due .ferr 1883 about $?0,000. Making a total
amount dne by this Cou a tv for state and county
purposes $330,000, of which one-half is la litiga?
tion. T1.0 amount received "br the counts- treas?
on r from the trial Justices Of this city duri ag the
last six months'to be on:.' f 167, for fines pald'ln
their artic es. (tils the opinion of the grand Jory
that the indebtedness ot this county will be visibly
reduced during the next three months. We have
been unable to ascertain the amount ot indebted?
ness or this county, as the books of the county
commissioners arel? Columbia. The assessor's
office received oar attention, and a general Im?
provement was apparent in the manner of keep?
ing the books and papers of Bald office.
We have examined the books and records of
the trial justices.or ibis city, and found the busi?
ness of their offices conducted generally In a loose
and irregular manner. There appears to be noth?
ing to prevent ap Ignorant person being charged
with larger costs than the State allows tn cases
settled by them. Nor do they seem to know that
lt ls obligatory upon them.to enter a full account
of every case tried berore them upon their record
books. Ia one special case, to which we would
call the attention or the court, no entry whatso?
ever has been made of any oase ror nearlyfour
months, in violation ur section SH, paragraph No.
8. acta ot the Assembly of 1869 and '70; and In
only one instance ls there any record or the cost
tn the State or each case ia the varions record
books submitted'to oar examination. The ex?
pense to the State or the eight trial Justices or this
city alone and their subordinates appears to be
$40,000 per year, and most dr the cases are trivial,
as the prosecutors are the source or profit to the
trial Justices, as the State pays all.the expenses.
We would recommend toe total abolishment ot
the present system or trial Justices as expensive
and encouraging litigation, and that there be ap
iioinred one-half the number of magistrates or
ustices. at a sredfled, salary, to perform the
duties of said office; also that all fines and fees
accruing from said office shall be paid monthly
to the State through the office or the county
treasurer. The grand Jory would acknowledge
the courtesy extend- d to them by the various
.courts and county officers.
J. C. LACOSTE, Foreman.
The case of the State vs. Nicholas Ascher and
Chas. Cook, for grand larceny, was resumed from
Friday, and the argument of the counsel heard.
The Jory retired, and brought In a verdict of not
guilty. Defendants discharged.
The State va July Smalls, ror grand 1 .rceny.
and the same vs. Augustus Carr, for breach of
trust and attempting to obtain money ander
false pretences, were continued.
The State vs. Robt. Johnson, Daniel Cox, Geo.
Washington, John Coleman, Henry Taylor and
John James - grand larceny. Verdict: John
James and Daniel Cox, guilty; the rest not guilty.
The State vs. Henry Taylor, Daniel Cox, Robt.
Johnson and David Morrison-grand larceny
Verdict: Robt. Johnson, not guilty; the rest
Abraham Knopf, a native or Cracow, in the
Kingdom of Austria, was duly made a citizen ac
coi ding to the forms prescribed "by law.
Adjourned until io o'clock this morning.
Hotel Arri vals-Jane IO and ll.
H.tl. Grey, South Carolina; John L. Ells,
Jr., Augusta, Ga.; Mr. C. J. Gorham, Boston; R.
S. Durjea, Sullivan's Island; M. Kelly, New York;
James A. McIntyre, APeghany County, Penn.; O.
F. Howell, Co.umbia, S. C.; P. Johnson, Balti?
more, Md.; S. F. Wile, St. Stepheu's; J. P. Gam?
ble, JGonrdln's Depot; P. J. Pierson, St. Stephens;
W. Szymanskl, Columbia, S. C.
J. B. T. Warner, Greensboro', Ga.; Miss War?
ner, Rochester, N. Y.; Wm. C. Anderson. B. 0.
Miller, Miss Kitchen, two children anil nurse, 0.
F. Murnburger, John M. Meineche, Mrs. Meineche,
Miss Meineche. Chas. Hahn, Augusta. Ga.-; M. W.
Holtz, Georgia; F. S. Meredith, Baltimore; A.
Pope. Wilmington, N. C.; 0. H. Barrows, Cin?
cinnati, Ohio; M. R. Parker and wire, Mobile,
Ala ; Cha3. A. Roberton, 0. H. Strong, New York;
Ed. Johnson, Ballimore; Sidney Crowed and wire,
steamship Georgia; Jenn Sassley. New York; Jno.
Frey, Richmond, Ya.; A. Von Streckelsln, Balli?
more; W. A. Carroll, S. Fox, New York; Jos.
Barnwell, s a va mah, Ga.
MILLS HOUSE. ,
Frank Arnim, South Carolina; J. R. Gillis, Au?
gusta, Ga; John B. Dennis, Miss Gertrude E.
Oennls, Mrs. W. E. Dennis, Mrs. J. K. Jllson, ser?
vant and child, Columbia, S. C.; Jas. Fite, Phila
delphla; R P. Roddens, Wilmington, N. c.; E. 0.
Phelps. New York; Miss Celia Murphy, Atlanta,
Ga ; W. P. Miller, New York; Jas. ualdwell, Co
lumbla, S. C ; F. Booth, steamship Georgia; Mlflf
Anna Miller, Miss Ida Krause, Michigan; w. T
Tailarerro, Virginia; Colonel C. E. Blaut, n. 8. A.
Solomon Cohen, J. Gorham, Savannah, Ga.; E. B
Gardner, Hiram Standlsn. New York; s. Scott,
GLENN SPRINGS.-We call altentlon to the
advertisement IQ ..nether column of Mr. w. D.
Fowler, the proprietor of the famous Glehn
Springs la Spartan burg Count. The summer 1B
apon as, and to those of ont citizens wno are for?
tunate enough not to belong to the Cannot-get
a Tray Club, we would recommend to consider the
advantages and Ind nee m en ts held oat by this
ldng-establlshed, favorite sommer resort It la
within easy reach from Charleston, and situated
la one of the most s a inb rion s sections oribe State.
With the fountains of health and of life babbling
perennially, and inviting to matutinal draughts,
with? fargo and well kept hotel, acd plenty of
nice company, what can mortal more desirer ir
you are in search or health, go to Glenn Springs,
and drink the chalybeate watere. Are you In want
of rest, anxious to get away from the din and tar
moll of the city, to leave the care or business be
bind, to avoid the crowd, arid enjoy the sweets or
rural bliss, do not fall to go to Glenn Springs.
BuaiirBsa s OT i c ea.
THE ATTENTION OP WATGE-BOTEBS ls called
ro'ohr large stock or Waltham Watches. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
United states as the best and cheapest in the
market. .All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARRINGTON A CO.,
mans No. 256 King street
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and the country that they caa bay a better and
cheaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. 31 Queen
street ts the place, to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come all, and let me serve you to a No. l Machine.
Junl? ?. J. L. LUN8FOBD.
A BOX containing one quire of Note Paper,
with Envelopes to match, for 25c, at
CHAS. C. RIGHTEB'S,
maj 13-m Hasel street Bazaar.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper a* $3, $4,
ps, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
Size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
CERTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chadwick,
Gary A Co.-Mr. Ebeu Coffin, sub agent lor this
(-splendid and attractive scheme ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. E. M. Moreland,
No. 29 Broad street. may29
PRICES BEDDCED.-Dress Gopds of every de?
scription are now sold at and below cost, by
Messrs. MHLCHERS A MULLER,
juno-d No. 217 King street.
BDSTNESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
a now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
r,usiae3s cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant* and
"usiness mau should have his card printed on
HARLES LIE BE NROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MW Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tur?
MW Virgin $4 05, Yellow Dip $3, Hard $1 90.
1^ I NS M AN St HOWELL,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 128 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, -S. C.
Will give prompt personal attention to the sale
or shipment or
PEACHES AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON, AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY.
Marking Plates, and instructions for pack mg,
tarnished on application._may26-tmo
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR,
Na 109 EAST BAT, NEAR BBC AD STREET.
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX ALL KINDS OP
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
NOS. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES.-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston. S. G. apri3-3mos
Watches, jlcroelrrj, Ut.
jpLNE JEWELRY, WATCHES, ?kc
' " THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention ts invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, just received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S. No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
All the newest and most exquisite designs In
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck.and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rlngp; Gent's Plas, Pearl and
Diamond; Piala Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve. "Battons, anj)
Stada, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings ; -Armlet e
and Necklaces, In Gold and Caral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and^Masonlc
Pins, Glove Banda, at -jv'. L?
JAMBS AJuLAN'S, No. 307 -KINO ?STREET.
- A few doors above Wentworth'street, '
ALL, BLACK - ? CO.,
NOS. 585 and 561 BROADWAY, "H. Yj
. , WILL FURNISH
STERLING SILVER, FORKS AND.SPDONS
lh qaanti?y,*?. . <-,
$1 75 GOLD PER-OUNCE-. ?
-These Goods are prc nouueed sufrrjrlor lu beauty
of finish, anti greater va variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware mauuiactured. . .'
A LARGE .ST0CK OP
-.-WEDDING S I L T E ?
CONSTANTLY ON HAND*. . -
: ?airt8-?yr . . * .
AND THE. - ' _
1 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STtTOh
MACHINE. V. ' ' *.
-are the best in use.
For saloon the Lease Plan, with monthly pay
m en ts, on easy terms, or for cash. AU kinds o
Machine attachments, Needles,. Cotton, (white
black and colored,) Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ax.
Repairing aa usual. Circulars and samples o
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Genera! dealer lu First Class Sewing M a
chines ana Material, No. 307 Klug street,
aogir Charleston, S. O.
LEN? SP RINGS,
SPARTANBORG COUNTY, S. 0:
TD?B delightful watering place la now open for
Being situated in the northern part of the
State; in a section remarkable tor delightful cli?
mate, beauty and Healthfulness, together with the
virtues of the water, makes it one of the most
desirable watering places to be found.
Tne medicinal qualities of this water are not
excelled, and are a sovereign remedy for all Fe?
male Diseases, diseases ol g standing, Diseas?
es-Of the Liver, Bowels, Stomach, Kidneys', Erup?
tions pf the Skin, Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Rheumatism, ftc. 1
Arrangements will be made to accommodate
a large number of visitors.
The best music wm be In attendance to enliven
Fancy Balls during me anmmer.
A Livery will be kept at moderate oharges.
Charges-$2 60 per day; $30 to $48 per month,
according to rooms. Children under ten years of
age and colored servants half price. -
Cottages to rent at $25 and $5? for. the sea*
son. W. D. FOWLER,
tar Stages from Jonesville direct to the Hotel.
JJO! FOE THE MOUNTAINS !
CJESAR'8 HEAD HOTEL,
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS,
JOHN MoD. CARSON, Proprietor, fs now open,
and reads' for the reception of guests. Having
made many improvements as to accommodations,
road?, Ac and"aeeaned an efficient corea of ser
vants, including Lanndreuses,- it?, Urw Proprietor
hopes to merit a continuance ol the liberal pa*
tronage extended to him the last season.
Ram V Bo ABD.-Per day, $2": per week, $10;
per month, $32. may22-m4
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RIORDAN, DAWSON-* CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Cj ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOP. INFANTS !
ThlB 13 the best Medicine .for young children
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, incident to. Teething. It may be given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other In?
Price, 25 cents a bottle.
Manufactured and for sale by
DB. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKR1NE, A. O. BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A CO., J- BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A ."-CHWAKE,
G. W. AIMAR, J- LOCKWOOD, .
Q. J. LDHN. W* T. LINN,
. * W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally._jan2
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can bi
administered in Mania-a-Potu, and alan for al
For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
. NO. 131 Meeting street,
octa Agent for South Carolina.
i?vani ?jjriie ?Distribotiott.
TICKETS TO THE CONCERTS
OF THE * -
R?AJDY, FOR SALE AND DELIVERY.
MW ALL ORDERS PROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY FILLED.
tv AGENTS WANTED for Beaufort, colle ton. Georgetown, Ol aren tl on, Williamsburg. Orange
burg, Barnwell, Chesterfield and Horry.
fi. SEB ttl VG ?Sc CO., and J. L. MOSES, ?
mayas-Sfmwlmo_ GENERAL AGENTS, No. 34 BROAD STREET.
DrTj ?oo?5, &z.
UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS !
DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS,
WE PARTICULARLY INVITE THOSE WHO ARE DESIROUS OF OBTAINING BARGAINS TO
VISIT OUR STORES, AS SUOH AN OPPORTUNITY IS SELDOM OFFERED.
EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR STOCK
WILL BE DISPOSED OF
AT NEW YORK COST AND LESS !
A LARGE LINE OF
Summer Dress Goods, Irish Linen, Bird's-Ey? LHaper, Silk
Trimmings, Ribbons, &c,
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
MW Call abd be convinced. The attention of Merchants la called to the above.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & GO.,
Nos. 344 and 437 KING STREET*
. .fine ?roreriis, Ut.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS; GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAISY BUTTER
' PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN GB4CKBB3,.an
Biscurre, Ac, AC.
N. H.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITT.
>.A M I L Y
AND VERY OLD .
E. E. BEDFORD,
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 975 KING STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
* I . ? mil .-..( j
Fine Teas, Coffees. Sugars Provisions. Spices,. &c-i
11 IS ii. fl ETICA LL V SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, ?fco.
All articles sold from thia establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY -and*WARRANTS*)'
Goods lelivered to al! parts of the City. Railroad Depots. Steamboats, free of expense. '
EYERf E. BEDFORD. I SEND FOR A (JAS. S. MARTIN.
.JEO. H. GRUBER. I CATALOGUE. 1 WM. Q. MOOD, JE,
Shirts ano ?nrmsinng #oa?s.
g THE PLACE FOB LOW P?fcis. g
Fir, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
? Latest New York and Londoa.Curs.
Order your shirts now, before the hot
Shirts, Callara, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Ready-Made.
At less price than any other Hrs: class
Men's Furnishing Goods at
' SCOTT'S SBIRT EMPORIUM;
Meeting strest, opposite Market.
tailoring, itornisljing ?oous, Ut.
MENKE. & MULLER,
No. 826 KING STREET,
Save jost opened: au entire Neve stock o?
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.
rorSpring and Summer.
Onr Clothing ls a very large and Une selected
atock for Men, Youths and Boys, from $ j to $60
per suit. The largest portion ls of Imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; we can,
therefore, recommend chem as regard flt, wear
OCR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls 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 Vent Patterns, which we
will make up to order by measure in the latest
? styles. The foreman In this department of our
business has no equal In the artistic world Cor cut?
ting and producing an elegant flt.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under*
shirts and Drawers, Sill, and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties. Bows.Scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs. Socks, Umbrellas, Ac
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very lew m plain figures.
Buyers in our line will fl ad lt to their advantage
to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
IXtrospaptiSt ililagannes, Ut.
?B A-If CAROLINIAN
FOR MAY NOW READY. .
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cents
Per annum.-..$2 oo
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers, No. 3 Broad street..
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE,
?ancTj igoo?s, Ut.
MOTHERS, JEAD THIS !
L Y waterproof. Pro?
tects clothing; retains
Linen Diapers; avoids
pins; permits clrculv
ttin of air. Recos?
mendea bj physicians
and all mothers whose
children have worn
them. Made in roar
sizes : Ism sile st ; 4
largest. Price Si.
Malled free. Address
F. VON SANTEN, No.
229 King street. Charlestqn, s. c.. Dealer in all
kinds or RUBBER GOODS, snch as Rubber Sheet
log. white and black, Air Pillows, Air and Water
Beds.. Hospital Cashions, Bandage Gum. Robber
Clothing. Plano covers, D.or Macs. Ac, Sec., and
Importer of Fancy Goods, Toys and Fireworks.
Cigars, tobacco, Ut.
I beg leave to Inform the smoking public that
I have on hand an assortment of FINE CIGARS,
which I will retail at prices to salt the times. I
offer GENUINE HAVANAS - at 8 and 10 cents'
apiece, and HAVANA FILLING and DOMESTIC
WRAPPERS at 4 and 6 coats. Also, good PLAN?
TATION S EGA RS at 6 coota Lower grades
cheaper. There ls no imposition. Give me a lair
trial, and Judge for yourselves.
Call at No. 349 King street, west side, to
may 25-l,m4_R. L. MORILLO.
?IGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, ?C.
Tba undersigned, Proprietor of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPORIUM," No. 310 King
street, three doors south of Society street, respect?
fully states to the Smoking, Gnewing and Snai?
ling public, that he has concluded to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale and Retail Consumers
of CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, Ac, by disposing
or his Stock at such prices as to secure a large
and reliable trade. An extensive aud complete
assortment of all articles la his line of business ls
kept constantly on hand, giving a facility of
niling, without delay, all orders extended to him.
accompalned with cash, or draft on responsible
houses In the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect Stock before trading else?
where. WM. S-HRODER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.
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By W. Y. LETT?H ? fi, S. BEUSS, ,
VT . OIASHIG OUT SALE; -
THIS EVENING, toa 12th Instant, at 8 .o'clock.
will be sold,. ... LT. ? .
The balance of the Stock-, Inc! ad lngPreo*h Mar?
ble CLOCKS, Plated and Britannia Dish Cowers,
Jewelry; and all Goods sold and uncalled Tor. '
Also, tne entire Fixtures, consisting, of a;x (6>
Fine Plate Glass Foll German Silver Show Cases,
German silver Side. Oases, Coan tera, Desks Ta?
bles, Shelving and Gas Plxturea. .
Also, one Fine Extra Large Jron Safe.
Also, one Large Mirror, and numerous other ar?
By WM. McKAT.
THIS DAY WILL BE SOL?),-AT No. 140
Meeting street at io o'clock,
12 dozen Assorted MIRRORS, Pocket and Table -
Cutlery. Crockery, Tinware, Boase Furnubing.
Goods, Plc tures, and a few articles or Household
Furniture. . i..
Regular sales every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and"FRIDAY. ? ? f jnnia
gODTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
VICE-PRESIDENTS OFFICS, >
J mn e, 1871. m
On and after SUNDAY, June ii, the folk wing
changea in Sc hedale of Passenger Trains -arin go
Into effect : *
Leave Charleston at..'...3.2? A. M,
Arrive at Augusta at.4.36 P. M.
Leave Columbia at..-...1.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston gfj',^.8.30 P. M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Angusta at..3.90 A. IL.
Arrive at King ville at.....9.06'A. M.
Leave" Kingsvale at. .1JB P. M.
Arrive at Angus ta at....................7.45 P.' M.
Angosta Night Express will leave Angtuita at
6 P. M., instead of 6.50 P. M. Ll other respects,
th" schedule remains'the same as at preset t.
A. L. TYLER, Vlce-Preatdsnt.
6. B. Proners, o. T. A. JnnO-3
^"ORTHE ASTERN RAILROAD.
SCPSBINTKNDXST'S OFFICK.NOKTHHASTRaN E.R. \
CaAELESTON, June 5, 1871. f
On and after WEDNESDAY next, the Tth lust,,
the EXPRESS TRAIN leaving at 12 o'clock M,
will be discontinued, ?nd one to leave at 4.80 A.
M substituted. AU other trains will continue a?
at present. Passengers Tor the Ghera w and Dar?
lington Railroad will leave at e. so A.M.
The Evening Expresa Train will leave at 6 P.
M. instead of 6.SQ p. M., aa formerly.
& s. SOLOMONS. Superintendent
The Manning, Klngstree, Darlington, Oher?w,
Bennettsvllle and Marlon papers will copy.
CHE RAW AND DARLINGTON RAIL?
sm's OPPIOI GHBBAW AMO DARLD?GTON R. R., )
CHKBAW,Janes, 1871. j
On and after WEDNESDAY next, the Tth instant,
the Up-Passenger Train on this Road will run aa
follows: .- .
Leave Florence.12.30 P. M.
Leave Darlington.1.15 P. M.
Leave Dove's..1.50 P.M. '
Leave Society HUI.3.85 P. M.
Leave Cash's.8.06 P. M.
Arrive at Gheraw.8.80 P. M.
The Down Passenger Train willi remain as at
present. , 8.8. 8OLOKON8,
vt9~Darllngton, [Oberaw and BennettavUle na
pera copy. _janc-ef..
SPARTAN BURG AND UNION RAILROAD
On and after the 20th Instant, the PASSENGER
TRAINS on the SPARTANBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD will ran daily: -
Golug down, leave Spartanburg..:.6.80 A.M.
Going down, leave UnlonvDle,.7.60 A.M.
Arrive at Alston.....J.11.00 A. M.
Return in r, leave Alston.13.00 M.
Returning, leave UnlonvUle.:.3.26 P. M.
Arrive at Spartanbnrg. 6.36 P. si,
THOMAS B. JETER,
President S. and U?'B. R. .
UnionvHe, S. 0., May 22,1B7A. maji e-lmo
.NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
J3I . PANY. ... ?
CHAELKOTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at .8:30 A. UL
and S P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) a ad 3:30 P. M. " - .
Train-does not leave Charleston e P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 6:80 A. M. makes through'connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek ody, going through in 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by fl P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving;
i RIDA? hy this Train lay over on SONDAY In Bal?
timore. Those leaving en SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. 0.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa
West and.Northwest, both Trains nuking.con?
nections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and o hlo Railroad.
S. 6. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent,
P. L. CLUAPQB, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run daily aa
Leave Charleston...8.30 A.M.
Arri ie at Savannah.3.00 P.M.
Leave Savannah.n.is A M.
Arn ye at Charleston..?.6.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic & 6uU
Railroad for Jacksonville, St, Augustine, and aU
points m. Florida.
With Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. Ne VA Orleans and the West.
With steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and Sonta
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all pointa
North a ad West.
Throurh Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
m Charleston; Sere ven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offlees North and south.
Freights forwarded dally to and front Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
Tarin* as low as by any other line.
Ol S. GADSDEN.
octa Engineer and Superintendent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
VICE-PBESIDENT'S OFFICE, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18, lMl. )
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger irains on T.uc Soutii -.LTjuna Railroad will
ru as follows;
jsive cnurleston.12.60 P. M.
'.rrive at Augusta. 8.15 P. M.
Leave charleston. S.20 A. M.
.orive at Columbia.3.40 P. M.
Leave Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
it'rrlTB.at Charleston.i.3.20 P. M.
i.eave Columbia.12.15 P. M.
Anrtve at charleston.7.60 P. M.
AUGUSTA yiOHT BXTRKSS.
Leave Chariesfon.8.80 PH.
Arrive a* Augusta.7.0? A. JU
Leave Aueusta. 6.50 p. M.
?irire at Charleston.". 5.40 A.M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
i.c-ave Charleston.*.7.10 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia.... 6.0Q A. M.
..eave columbia.7.50 P. M.
Vrtive at Charleston.6.45 A. M.
?UM M KU VILLE TRAIN.
i.eave. Charleston.4.30 P.M.
arti ve at Summerville. 6.co P. K.
Leave Summervale..7.00 A. M.
Arrive a- Cnarleston..8.I6 A. M.
. CAMDEN BRANCH. .
Leave Camden.-.6.00 A. M.
Arri** st Columbia.W.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.HU? ?*
Arrive at'Camden. 0.00 p. M.
Day and Night TralnB nfake close connections
ar. Augusta with Georgia Railroad ard Central
Railroad. . , ._._'
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
P n 1 iTC Etd
Coln mbia Night Tialn connects with Greenville
M?^Si?SS^ dally with Day Passen
^iff?1"8' A. L. TYLER. vWPresldent
TTONEY ! HONEY 1 HONEY 1
Pine New Country HONEY, to be had. in quanti?
ties to suit purchasers, of DB. H. EUER,
may25_" No. ttl Meeting street
rjiR?SSES, SUPPORTERS, Aa
Just received, a large asssort-jient, and fot salea*
HB, H. BARR'S