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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
_No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, s.e.
TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1871.
NJBW8 QI? THE DAT.
'. -Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
- -Cotton closed strong; uplands 20 j cents;
sates ?832 bates.
-In Liverpool cotton closed Arm; uplands
8?a8id, Orleans 8ja8jd; sales 20,000 bales.
-England bas reduced its debt some fifty
odd ml liions within a Tew months, and made
31C fuss about lt.
-The mortification or being compelled to
wear copper-toed shoes caused a little girl of
New Jersey to seek oblivion In a mill pond.
-Commercial relations between Germany,
-and trance have been restored to the same
footlag as before. the war. The postal service
? Is also completely restored.
-The climate . of England does not agree
?with the ex-Empress Eugenie, and she is said
tobe very anxious te go to some southern
country, bnt political considerations cause ber
to remain at Chiselhtipt.
-The cadets at Weat Point had a decided
.treat the J?tfc*: day. They were visited In
their barracks by Miss Nil S3 on, who sang for
>them, and, some of the audacious young fel?
lows had the temerity to sing back, ..Benny
Havens, Oh," being their best hold.
-No wonder that Hiss Nilsson likes Amerl
ca, and .proposes to remain. Since the days
sof Danae there has not been such a golden
shower as has fallen into ber mp. One hun?
dred and fifty-two thousand dollars for her?
self; and beeld" ' that, Strakoaeh has hie hat
and pockets- iuh >r. the overflow. Two hon
.dred and fifty thousand- doHars, probably,
?ince last fal), have been realize ff fdr singer
' -American owners of estates in Cuba are
st;ll making their complaints heard at Wash?
ington. They state that, through the efforts
cf the Spanish agents at Washington, their
claims.are constantly. misrepresented. Tte
/captaia-geDeral continues to koki their prop?
erty, in spite of the orders of release from the
ilfadrid Government, and this for (be manliest
purpose of realising' on the crops. Some of
the. larger of these estates bave furnished
crop? that have been'sold for $900,00* to 8380,
000. Estates that nave been released bare
iiad to pay large amounts of blackmail. The
United States Government ls asked to request
Spain to enforce her commands upon the cap?
. "-Experiments .in firing .' fifteen-inch guns
bave recently been tried at Fortress Monroe,
uti der the" direction of Generals Quincy A.
Gilmore and John Newton, of the engineers.
Massive platforms of granite and cement were
tm Ut about two years ago, and to test their
.efficiency and strength, the firing of theflUeen
inch guns was ordered. The guns at each
successive discharge were elevated-from point
blank range to thirty degrees, and the experi?
ments, it ls stated, proved that the platforms
were equal to the severest test, the increase
of strain correspond tn tr to the Increase of ele?
vation. The gun-carriages were manufactur?
ed of the best w rough t-ir ou, and oi the most
Improved forms, and yet one of them was bad?
ly strained after the sixth shot.
-Tlie German Corresponden-* Stefa, which
boasts of being unusually well Informed on all
-official and military subject*. contahM rn Ks
latest Issue a llst'of the total losses of the Ger
rrran forces durtpg the Itite war, from which
we reprint the following condensed r?sum? :
The-sum total of the torses, lt is now ascer?
tained, amounts to 4990 officers ahd 112,038
men, distributed among the various States ,
which now make up the German Empire, as
'folIowa: Officers killed-North Germany, 918;
Bavaria, 158; Wurtemberg, 35; Baden, 22; Hes- -,
Bia, -14-altogether, 1165. Wounded-Nor Di ?
Germany 2972; Bavaria, 564- Wottembnrg, 84;
.Baden, ?32; Heasfa, 63-altogetlier, 3795, Miss?
ing-North Germany, 80. Warrant officers and
naen killed-North Germany, 14,839; Bavaria,
H&24; Wurtemburg, 684; Baden, 423; Hessia,
HSL Wounded-NorthGermany,'7i,792; Bava
ihx, 10,217; Wurtemburg, 1888; Baden, 2578;'
Hessia, HGT. Missing-North Germany, 5902,
and Baden 263. North Germany has thus lost
officers and 92,533 men; Bavaria. 720 offi?
cers and 11,7*4 men; Wurtemburg, 89 officers
"and -2352 men; Baden, 154 officers and 3264
men, and Bessfe 107 officers and 2148 men.
From this k will be seen, that great and signal
hs ; were the td coorina of Germany, yet greater
and more bloody were the sacrifi?es through
which they were acquired.
'v -The German Federal Council proposes to
deal with the French indemnity In the follow?
ing manner : 340,080,000 thal ere are to be
appropriated to the military pensions fund.
The next 40,000,000 are to found a war treasure
out of which to cover prerhnurary expenses In
the ?vent of future wars. The next item pro
*eideaafhnd?for the current expenses of the
jT^yfiti Chancellory. Fourth, the owners of
captured vessels and cargoes will be compen?
sated according to mles specially laid down by
the Council. Cities and villages damaged by
bombardment*' are 'likewise to - receive com?
pensation. Strasbourg, will receive 50,900,000
francs; Schlrttsta*dt 2,500,000; Brelsach 1,300,
.080 francs, and Thionvllle 3000 francs.
"Sixthly, there will be the " services ren?
dered by the Germans and Alsato-Lotha
rlngnns to the German army to reward, such
as provision ^delivered, horses had wagons
impressed, ?c. The next item is the repair
and, enlargement of .ne* fort reuses ot Alsato
Lothari ngia, which are to be made almost im?
pregnable. A sum of 7,000,000 francs bas been
allotted to the assistance ef expelled Germans.
A considerable amount win remain over, the
sum to be distributed among the German
States, each State receiving in tho proportion
of the number of men and horses supplied to
the common army.
-Mr. Seward was resuming his perennial
youth unoVr the skies ot India, at Allahabad,
when last heard from in extended mention,
lad the account of his honoring?, pleasurlngs
and other doings there comes hither in the
shape of a jo u rn al kept by Miss Olive Risley,
one of his travelling companions and his
adopted daughter. He was Invited to Patte
attn hy anote from the Maharajah, the precious
'missive coming in h gold embroidered silk en?
velope tied with a cord, to which bone 8. Beal
''as large as the palm of my hand," says the
fair writer. Blue velvet carriages were sent
tfor the party, the Maharajah himself coming
to meet them, and they were escorted to the
city gates amid an escort ol soldiery, calcium
lights, music and cannon. There twenty-four
elephants stood in line, with "housings, ol
gold-cloth and earrings that came to their
feet." Mr. beward and the ladles climbed up
the. Bides of th?se magnificent animals bj
ladder! of stiver, sad seated themselves
in howdahs off'gold cushioned with crim?
son y?lret;_?od taua^they entered the city.
Three^niles^Qiey ri?e the elephants, through
avenoes of torches, until they alighted at a^
gorgeous palace. "This is yours," said the
Maharajah W Mr. Seward, as" they entered.
The next day they were treated to an elephant
fight, and held a reception, where they sat on
gold chairs and saw dancing girls, and the Ma?
harajah gave Mr. Seward a turban, and each
of the ladies a Cashmere shawl. The Mahara?
jah did nouwear his best clothes on this occa?
sional* he showed them to the ladies, telling
them that one coat cost him $12,000. To do them
honor he wore his turban with thirty-six dia?
monds "as big as the end of my fingers," and
a neck-lace of the same. They each had an el?
ephant to ride home In the moonlight. Read
lng this account, one is at a loss to know
which to consider the more fortunate, Ihe la?
dles In having such a travelling companion as
Mr. Seward, or the Mvely ex-secretary in hav?
ing such sprightly chroniclers of bis triumphal,
Moultrie Day. j
We are pleased to learn that the several
rifle clobe of 'Charleston contemplate a c?l??
bration of the anniversary of the Battle of
Fort Moultrie on the 28th instant. In the
palmy days of yore this anniversary was al?
ways dnly honored by a military parade, by
fervid strains of patriotic eloquence, and by
social reunions, the remembrance of which
makes some of ns wish for a revival of the ob?
servance of the good old day. We hope,
therefore, that the rifle ciaos will carry oat
this patriotic idea
Tte? - Age or Kwflha.
, Time was when eight to ten yards of
ealieo or other stuff would make a woman a
comfortable dress. Now it takes hom,
twenty to forty yards, and the making costs
J ou h ie the material. In the good old days'
a few "widths" served every purpose.- . Bat
then women were modest, "slow," and took
short steps. Now-a-days such strides of
"progress" are made that anaverage strong
minded woman would split an old fashioned
frock from hem to waist at the first crossing.
It is emphatically the age of ruffles, of ex?
cessive, unnecessary, foolish, furious orna?
mentation in female dress. Twenty-five
million dollars a year would be a low esti?
mate for the money needlessly squandered in
overdressing. Te gods I Who would be a
modenrwasberworarra? What with ruffles,
ruches, frills, quills, flounces, furbelows,
pipings and tuber frippery, jiggery and
general crumpling of female attire, the'
life of a clear staroher most be miserable
beyond expression. Good heavens! thick
the labor of ironing !
It bas been ably argued that the destruc?
tion of beautiful outlines by piling on super?
fluous ornament is so inartistic that it only
requires a little more knowledge on the part
of women of tbe rules of art to make them thor?
oughly ashamed of it. Moreover, if they are
yet so wedded to ruffles that they cannot get
away from them, let them at least make a
drstmction between the practical, ordinary,
simple dress of the street and every day and
th? robe or the salon-the toilet of cere?
mony-which, as far as possible, should al?
ways possess grace and distinction. It is
true that society' dress almost excludes
brains from society ; for even a man cannot
give his mind to scientific research if he
gives it to his necktie ; but still, there should
ba, in our social attire, an exhibition of care
and taste expressed in color, in fineness and
softness of fabric, or in the amount of deco?
ration, according to individual preference ;
and here frills and flounces could flourish
without let or hindrance.
-AU this is very sensible' ; but to hope to
get back per salUan to "ten yards of calico,
"a pretty collar, a black silk apron, and a
"broooh," or to expect the dear-that word
might he italicised-creatures to follow the
absurdbld custom of "gatting a waist pat
Vtern and keeping it for a dress-maker to
"corxui by the day and out others by,"- is
simply preposterous. Aa veil hope to get
back to the fig leaf. True, it is hard on,
fathers and husbands to foot the bills of 'the
mantaamakers, and not easy, we should
think, on the fair beings to follow the inces?
sant changes ef the fashion-mongers-to
cut, rip, buy more material, or a dress out?
right, to save time and trouble. It must be
hard, we say ; but evidently they don't, think
so ; and if they don't think so, what's the use
No, we make no quarrel with the prevail?
ing .style. On the eontrary, we sometimes
think that this style makes the most of every
woman, and helps the homely ones amaz?
ingly. We quarrel not. Argument, invec?
tive, satire, are alike wasted in this busi?
ness. Only we humbly thank our lucky
stars that our living is not made by manipu?
lating soap suds and flat irons.
On second thoughts, we do quarrel, and
qaarrelflavagely. Why should the women
have ?? the good things to themselves? We
men have submitted too long to meek sim?
plicity in dress. Our tempers are ruffled
Often enough. Why should not our breeches
be so also? A pair of white pants, with
blue ruffles up to the knees, would be quite
neat and summery. A green swallow-tail
coat, flounced with yellow up to the small of
the back, would be very sweet A cross?
barred red and black waistcoat, with narrow
white satin pipings around the pockets, and
a cheese-colored shirt, with ruffled collar
and cuffs, would be quite styliBh and tasty..
With rosettes in our shoes, and frizzled hair,
we would be in keeping with our wives and
sweethearts. Let's do it. Let's ruffle. Lei
us all frill, flounce, friz, quill, ruche, pipe,
gimp, gump and overskirt unanimously.
The ladies will no longer be ashamed- of us,
aud the eflet?t of a street thronged with
rolled men and women will be entrancing.
It will pay double then to stand an hour or
two on Sunday to see the churches break up
and the congregations come flouncing and
frilling out of the front doors. ' The air will
be agitated a good deal, and hot weather
will be mdre endurable.
RALPH THU Htm. A Novel. By Anthony
Trollope. New Tork : Harper & Brothers.*
"O TroHope and second-rate society!"
exclaims a recent English critic, "which of
"you has copied the other?" We do not
know what English second-rate society may
be ; but certainly Mr. Trollope's men have
the knack of forgetting to be gentlemen
more systematically than any other heic??
wo have ever read of. We have the usual
supply of the article in tho present volume,
and Unusual jmout?^ol oon^licated'love?
making- goes?on between tl?e said heroes
and the usual doubtful young Midies, there
fe one**, admirably ..'drawn cheranterf^ilr.
Nelfit, the breeches-maker, who is worthy
ptrf-the author's best vein. There is a con?
tested election, which is not very graphically
described ; and there is au immeuse amount
o? twaddle aud of podding. Still, Mr. Trol?
lope cannot help putting some?of his well
icnown charms, (new so well known, alas !
that it begins to partake of the nature of
cant) into all be writes ; and if this book is
not as good as "Barchester Towers" or
"Orley Farm," it is certainly not as bad as
"The Belton Estate," or that dreary serial,
"[He Knew he was Right" So our readers
know what to expect*
LITTLE MEN : LIFE AT PLUMFIKLD wrm Jo's
BOTS. By Louisa M. Alcott. Boston : Rob?
erts Brothers. Charleston : Holmes's Book
House. Price $1 SO.
"Little Women" was the most successful
"girls' book" of its day ; and if "Little
"Men" does not attain the same celebrity
among boys, the feminine adorers of its pre?
decessor will be pretty sure to rank it at
least next in their estimation, lt was a
bold experiment to essay a sequel to so great
ahitas Miss Alcott's former book proved ;
and the inevitable fate of sequels has not
been wholly escaped in this( instance. The
freshness and novel charm of the first book,
are necessarily less conspicuous in its
successor ; but there is quite enough of
these qualities and of the healthy humanity
of "Jo's" life and character in the present
story to insure its popularity. Miss Alcott
is happiest in her sketches of very little
boys, and "Teddie" and "Dorrie" are the
gems of the Plumfleld school. After' all,
however, children are wiser than their
elders, and do no.t care for criticism ; and
we suspect that the mere announcement of
thia book will do quite as much to deter
mine them to get it as half a column of care
fully administered praise and blame. We
may add that the illustrations add a good
deal to the realism of the book.
M. OB- N. A Novel. By G. J. Whyte Mei
* villes. New York : Leypoldt, Hoyt A Will?
The title of this norel does not refer to the
mystic letters in the marriage service, whose
interpretation has exercised the.ingenuity of
critics, but to the initials of the two .hero?
ines, who, without being twinB, were so
marvellous alike "in form and feature, face
"andlimb"' that as the song has 'not) H :
"AU the folks took M. lor N.,
And each for one another."
Mr. Melvilles is hardly up to his nsual
mark. He condescends to become sensa?
tional! and the result is not pleasant The
hook bas also a trilling air about .it which
does not accord well with its dimensions.
Altogether, though we have read it atten?
tively, we are obliged to confess, with the
immortal Sentschai, that, "still we are not
Di.utv OF THE BESIEGED RESIDENT IN Panis.
New York: Harper A Brothers. Paper.
Price 60 cents.
We hope it is not too late in the interest of |
our readers to call attention to this remarka?
bly clever and vivid sketch of the experi?
ences of an English M. P., shut up in Paris
during the late siege by the Germans.
Nothing so bright, fresh and vigorous has
? met our eyes for many a day ; and merely as
a collection of humorous anecdote and pic?
turesque description the Diary is well
worth reading. But it has also considerable
historical value, and will be of great assist?
ance to those who wish to understand the
real character of that Parisian populace'|
whose recent developments have been so as?
tounding. The VUwteged Resident" kept
his eyes and ears open to great advantage,
and hts daily jottings have a realistic charm
which is quite Indescribable. The book is
worth buying and preserving.
Acquaintances or Mr. and Mrs. James D. Mllnor,
and.Mr. John G. Mllnor and family, are invited to
attend (fie Funeral Services of Mrs. JAMBS O.
??lLNOR, at St, Paars Church, Rad elf Seboro', Tars
I'oRKiNo, at half-past io o'clock. jual*
(Eb un urn.
ROBERTSON.-Mr*. SAMUEL ROBERTSON, relict
o" i tie ls tr samuel Robertson, merchant of tins
city, and daughter of the late pious aud revered
Stephen Thomas, the Huguenot, passed into the
pureempyrean where God I*, on the last dajan
y ay, 1871, having nearly attained her eighty
Her Ute and death most beautifully Illustrated
this passage of scripture. "The hoary head ls a
crown of ?lory, If it be fund lu the way ol right?
eousness." Both the young and aged loved her
for her virtues, and will cherish Mer memory as
"something they will mot willingly let die.*' She
was an humble disciple of Jesus, a meek and
lowly Ghi lat?an, firm In the faith, but with no
display or ostentation In her piety. For sixty
years she followed with ?eal and fidelity the great
unH glorious Head of the Church, and He OB His
part was pledged not to forsake her, even in the
dylan hour, calmly she rested her soul on the
bosom of her God, and went the way of all the
eartn, full of years, full of hope, and tn blissful
rrultlon of that peace which true religion can
alone Inspire. Tho um cannot confine se mnch
of good-so much of vital piety. The sweet In?
cense of Ir. has already ascended to Heaven, and
there conspicuous among the white-robed she
shines a Jewel in the saviour's crown, a precious
child of God, .-polished alter the similitude or a
palace." Ail was done that could be done by her
lalthiul children nn>i .friends to render her pas?
sage smooth to the tomb; but when she reached
there she no longer needed any human help, for
a kind arm was stretched out for her protection,
an arm on wbtoh the universe ls poised, and
which ls the hope or penitent millions. We will
r.ot say more ol her, we could not say less, as we
trace her spiritual march to That celestial conntry
where God will brush every tear from the eye,
s ud where there will bo no night. r
.tiper, lill Soluta.
pa* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
io all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first day of March, UTI, they
nil report all their proceedings to Hon.- F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of tho Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. ?sLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, ?B71. maru
BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA,
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
i he use or all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
?y Druggists. JNO. 0. BAKER A CO., Philadel?
A full supply on hand by
OR. H. BA ER,
reb7-tuthsemo8 No. 131 Meeting street.
pa* MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
uhering from Diseases pertaining to the GEN1TO
ORINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postoftlce.
pa* A. SEASONABLE FAMILY BEME
DV.-Cholera Morbus, animer Complaint, Cholle,
Sour Stomtich, Diarrhoea and all affections of the
bowels Incident to the season, are cured at once
by DB. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM, lt al?
lays the irritation and calmB the action of the
stomach, and being pleasant to thc taste, ls readi?
ly taken by children. While it may be given wlHt
entlre safety lo infants, li yet acts promptly aud
thoroughly, when administered according to
'Hrections, to either children or adults." Sold by
all utiaggssta. GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Agents. Juul0-Btuth3
~^c0Ssi^Em PE? ST13AMSI
MANHATTAN, frSm Kjjjvr York, are notified'1
she ls discharging cargo THISViXt at Aug
Wharf. Goods not called for at sunset will
main on the wharf at owners' risk.
JnniS-l JAMES A-?G E? A co., Agent
CONSIGNEES' 4?OTJCE. - C(
SIGNEES per Merchants' Line Schooner HAT
COOMBS are hereby notified that she ls THIS I
'discharging cargo at Adger's North Wharf.
Goods not removed-before sunset will besto
at their risk and expense. No claims after go
leave wharf. WILLIAM ROACH ii CO.,
juoia-i . Agent
SF OFFICE OR THE CHARLEST<
CHARITABLE- ASSOOIATION, FOR THE BEI
FIT OF TIIE FilEE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147'ME
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, JUNE 12, 187)
Ottlcial Rained Numbers of Jhe Charleston Cn:
tibie Association, ror the Benefit of the F
64-65-6-32 -38-11-17-61-62 -72-12
CLASS NO. 23-EVENING.
. As witness our bandJAIs i2th day of Jane, li
mav29 sworn Commissioners
p?T NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The City Connell will award contracts to the lc
est responsible bidders for the following put
work : '
A PLANK ROAD from the intersection of Ans
and Calhoun streets, and through Calhoun a
Lucas Ftreets, to the Intersection of Lucas a
Palmetto streets, as per plan and speciflcatic
In the oince of the City Engineer, to be seen
-Also, for the building of a CIRCULJ
SEWER OR DRAIN, two '.feet six incl
diameter la the clear, from the intersection
Sheppard and Coming streets, to connect wi
the Tidal Drain at ?prl g street, agreeably to t
plans to be seen at the City Engineer's offli
Also, for the REMOVAL OF THE ARTESIA
WATER TROUGHS irom their pr. sent position
Wentworth street to the foot of Society street, <
East Bay, the contractor furnishing ue*ce3sa:
pipes and all other" materials; as per specific
tiona and plan, drawn by and to be seen at tl
office pf the City Engineer, who will explain, 1
detail, ail mattem relative to all the foregott
All proposais for any of the above Jobs mu
Include the price of air material and labor tn coi
nectlon with the same. The estimates tobe sea
ed, and If more than one job be estimated for b
one party, they must be rendered separately, an
marked : Estimate for (naming the part?cula
Two good sureties most be offered (whos
names mast accompany the estimate) for tl
falthfarperfoTmance of each Job.
All estimates will he handed to th? Clerk >
Council between 7 and 8 o'clock, on Texan*
Eve s i NO, the 13th of June, 1871, when they wi
be opened la presence of Couped by the nnde
sign ed. M. H. COLLINS,
juno-; Chairman Committee on Contracts.
?&- $HM),0004N PRIZES 1-RE ADE F
A FORTUNE MAY BE YOURS FOR FIVE DO.
LARS.-Fair, Square and Honest, Aiken Pr<
mium Land Sale. Ninety-four Real Estate Prize
from $300 to $25,000 each. Five hundred SB
twenty-two Cash Prises from $5 to $1000 eact
Only 19,000 Shares at $5 each. A Premium Et
graving worth $6 with each share. Twenty-nv
dollars wild secure six engravings, with an eque
chance to all the prizes. For shares and fu
particulars, address J. ?. DERBY, General Mann
ger, Auguste, Ga._*_jnn.5
.7&~ MESSRS. E Dkl ORS-PLEASE AN
NOUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the nez
Municipal Election, the name of General JOHN A
WAGENER, and oblige
maylf A FRIEND TO REFORM.
^SPECIAL NOTICE. -DURING TH1
summer months the rates or Board at the MILLI
HOUSE win be REDUCED to three dollars per day
J. PARKER, Proprietor. '
O. W. PARKER, Superintendent. may29-lmo
.??f CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY. -
The Treasurer of the Charleston Blb?e SOci?ty wll
receive Subscriptions or Donations at hie office
No. 83 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. Tin
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person i
member for one year. Bibles are kept on.bant
ror distribution. The Society has one Colporteui
in the field, and solicits aid to Introduce another
Persons Interested In the work or seeking furthei
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6m08 . Treasurer C. B. S.
GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNO MEN pn great SOCIAL EVILS ANE
ABUSES which Interfere with MARRIAGE-wltii
sure means of relief for the Erring and Unrbrtu
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free, in seal
ad envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. -
??f THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA-BEAUFORT COUNTY.-Court of Common
Pleas, Second C.rculr.-JOHN H. SCHEVEN,
Guardian of HARRIET A. GADSDEN, Plaintiff,
against FREDERICK LANG BALLE; as Heir at
Law of DAVID M. LANGBALLE, Deceased, De?
fendant.-Summons ror Relief.
To the Defendant above mentioned: You.are
hereby required and summoned tp answer the
complaint in this aotlon. of which a copy was
Q ed lu the office of the Clerk vf the Court or
Common Pleas for the County of Beaufort, In the
State aforesaid, on the ninth day or May, 1871,
and to serr? a copy of your answer on the sub?
scribers, at their office, In Beaufort, south Caro?
lina, wi; hin twenty days after the service of this
summons upon yon, exclusive pr the day of ser?
vice. If you rall to answer the complaint within
that time, the Plain tin* will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded In the complaint.
Dated Beaufort, May etti, is;i.
BELL A BARNWELL,
To the D.fendant, FREDERICK LANGBALLE:
Take notice that the summons lu this action, or
which the foregoing ls a copy, with complaint an?
nexed, was filed In the Office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleasjor the County or Beaufort,
In the State afore ?aid, on the 9th day of May, 1871.
Tne object of said action ls the Foreclosure of a
Mortgage of Real Property, In this State, executed
by DAVID UL LANGBALLE to the Plaintiff, on
the 11th day of Joly, 1863.
Dated Beaufort, So. Ca, May Oth, 1871.
BELL A BARNWELL,
mayl6-to6 Plaintiff's Attorneys.
?Sr> GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable compound contains no opium, laud?
anum, paragorlc, or other anodyne, and will not
massacre the innocents like the "soothing By nips"
so much? in. vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL is harmless, and ls recommended by ail
our best physicians. It ls to be had of the manu?
facturer, -DB. H. BAER,"
No. 131 Meeting street.
And of all Druggists._ apr22-qtuth
?*T- NOTICE.-THE BATTERY BATH?
ING HOUSE, off wmte Point Garden, has been
thoroughly repaired In all its various departments,
and ls now opened for the accommodation of
visitors. Thanking the public for past favors, I
would most respectfully solicit their patronage.
maylS-tuths jj. MoMANMON, Proprietor.
WARRANTED 1 NF ALL IB LE
TIME DOES NOT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY.
MILUNGS'S COMPOUND BUG DESTROYER, pre
pared only by R. c. MILLINGS, No. 444 . King
street, and Bold by Druggists and the trade in
general, in bottles at Fifty Cents each.
Liberal inducements offered to dealers by ap?
plying to EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, charleston, S. 0.
?&~ NO BEMEDY IN THE WORLD
ever came Into such universal use, or has-so fatly
won the confidence of mankind, as AYER'S -
CHERRY PECTORAL, for the cure of Coughs,
Colds and Consumption. Jun9-rmw3o*.w
-.-HrTaNTED.Ift. ClgLGRr^WOMf!^ tfO
TT do hnuBeworS: Also, one to cook abd
vasa, for a fatally. Recommendation Required.
Apply at No. lg-Bnll street. g ffibirT-T*
WANTED, A NURSE FOR AN INFANT,
either white or colored. Good reeom
TnenrrBttmr rsqnired. Apptr airKrr-i'-Meettng
8treet. ; junl3-l*
WANTED, ll SITUATION, AS NURSE
or Ladies' Maid, ry ayoqng Colored Wo?
man, who hes no objection to trare), Apply at
No. 2 Johnson's Lot, Meeting street, between Reid
and Woore. . >_Jonia-l*
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
Servant. Apply at ?ila office.
NURSE WANTED.-A RESPECTABLE
I'olnred NURSE wanted to min J an infant.
Character required. Apply-at No. 22 Montague
WANTED. TWO GOOD DRAFT
MULES. Apply at J. C. H. CLAUSSEN'S,
WANTED, * WHITE WOMAN TO
coot: and -? sh' for a small family. Apply
at No. 6 Rutledge, corner of Queen streets.
WANTED, A CAPABLE FEMALE
house servant, who can be well recom?
mended. Apply at the northwest corner of
Doughty street and Rutledge avenue. junI2-2
AYOUNG LADY WISHES* THE SIT?
UATION or Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments of Marte. Address "D.," DAILY
IXBWS office._ junto
ALADY, DESIROUS OF A FEW MUSIC
Scholars, will give Lessons at the following
1JW terms: Per quarter $10, two lessons a week;
hair lessons for $8. Apply at this office.
WANTED PURCHASEBS OF TICKETS
la the Land and Immigration Association
or Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready Will be glad to see my friends
at Mr. E. M, MORELAND'S office, No. 29 Broad
etreet. EBEN* COFFIN, snb-Agent. ' m ay 29
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
want's a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries; ls a sood Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally useful. Can
give first-class references. Address ~yCerltas; Office
of THE NEWS*._k'_maylB
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL,
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly -situated d wearne, cootalnlngjiot less than
'oar square rooms. The western part or the city,
of the neighborhood or the Battery prererred. Ad?
dress, statin? location and lowest rent, "Tenant."'
office or THE, NEWS. apris
ir or Sale.
Meeking Birds. Apply at No. 17 Warren
street, a Tew doors from King s'reet. Junl3-lr
TG^OR SALE, ONE SECOND HAND TWO
J? HORSE WAGON. Also, one second hand
WATER CART. Apply.in Hncfeney street, head
of Church street._ Jnnl3-3?
FOR SALE FOR A SAW MILL.-A NEW
HAUL UP or HOIST MACHINE, to hoist
lockout the water, suitable for a saw mill: Wheels.
Pulley, Drnm, Ac., and loo-feet English Chain, all
complete, lor sile cheap.
ju ol 3-1* ._J. C. H. CLAU8SEN.
FOR PALE CHEAP, A HANDSOME
Whitehall BOAT, 18 feet long. Apply at No.
141 Meeting street, np stairs._junl2
FOR SALE, AN ELEGANT SEVEN
OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, recently
manufactured. R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Bro
kera, No. f? Broad street. ._ jnn9
FOR SALE? SEVERAL SEWING MA
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
--heap, call at No. 27 Queen -street, between
Meeting and Church streets._ fcbU
TTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Vf NEWSPAPERS in large nt small quantities.
Price 50 'JESTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS._ may!8
NEWSPAPERS. -FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Apply at Board or Trade
Booms, No. l?l Meeting street. novlO-tn
4 BARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
J% BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
sew. cuts ts inches, and has an extra knife. No
chante for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
News Job Office. 1 marti
do Rent. ^
T" O RENTT THE RESIDENCE No. 7
Atlantic street, containing four square rooms
and two attics; pump and cistern on the premises.
Fur terms, apply ot No. 32 Church street.
rpo RENT, A HANDSOME 7-OCTAVE
JL Rosewood PIANO and STOuL. Terms very
moderate. Apply at No. 26 Pitt street.
AIKEN RESIDENCE TO RENT.-THIS
ls one ot the finest and moat pleasantly sit-'
usted residence* In Aiken, 9. C., containing 8
rooms, Ac, With a two-story ptar.fn all round, and
all neoessmry outbuildings. For particulars, ap?
ply to SALLES RANDALL, Aiken, S. C.
To RENT, A COMFORT AB LE DWELL?
ING'HOUSE NO. 218 Coming street, above
Bogard street, containing lour rooms, kitchen,
gas good cistern and well of water. For term',
apply to WM. H. HAWSON, Real Estate Agent,
No. 88 Broad street._junia
TO BENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND. A
large House, convenient to Fore Moultrie,
containing eight rooms, with a large cistern. Ap?
ply t >T. NAUGHTON, No. 94 Calhoun street, or
to Sergeant E. O'BRIEN, Sullivan's Island.
rpo RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI
J. DENCE, No. 69 Smith street. Possession
given immediately. Apply at Sq, 6 Liberty street.
TO RENT, THE WHOLE OR PART OF
an elegant and commodious Residence, in
tse western part or the city, having a one garden
attached, and all necessary outbuildings. Pos*
session given immediately. Apply to O. N. BER
NARD, No. 88. Broad street._may9-tns8
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town ol Anderson, 9. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, containing six rooms, partially furnia ie a.
The garden ls in a high state of cultivation, and
tho surroundings all that can be 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*
Mills House, or to M, Box 100, Anderson, S. O.
43 oar bm a
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good board
aud pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
1NG also furnished._mayl6
HILBERS HOUSE, No. 284 KING
STREBT, between Wentworth and Hasel
streets, within Ave minutes'walk of the Postoffice
and principal Business Houses of Meeting and
Hayne streets, and fifty yards of the City Rail?
way, which communicates with all parts or the
city. Terms, $2 per diem. Special contracts
made on most reasonable terms for BOARD by
the week or month for single Gentlemen or Fami?
lies. MRS. B. HILBERS, Proprietor. JunO-Imo
MADAME LUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 233 KING
STREET, east side, between Market and Hasel
|?ING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YORK VILLE, S. C.
The Second Session or the School Year of 1871
will begin on the 1st or JULY.
Terms -For School Expenses, i. e., Tuition,
Books, stationery. Ac, Boarding, Fuel. Lights
and Washing, $135 la currency, per session of I
Ave months. .
For circulars containing full particulars, apply
to COLONEL A. COWARD .
jun3-stu0 Principal and Proprietor.
Soots, Srjoes, &z.
ET THE BEST!
Bny your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T E I ' B E R'S,
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
using only the best material und workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, or all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
JACOB STE IBER,
may22 No. 41 Broad street.
?f^ ABO LINA dEAHTEB, No. 1, R. A. J?
? V,' T?ie Regular OoflVocatlon or the above Ch??
'tar will be beta- .T^rff "E VBN ISO. at Masonic HA
dornef^King add^Wentworth streets, at 8 o'clock
P. M. Candidates for Degrees should be pane
By order of the M. E. H. P.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OP
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-Attend Regular
Monthly Meeting or your Association at the Hall
or the Charleston Library, THIS (Tuesday) Ev*-"
NING. Jone 13th, at 8 o'clock. .
Jdnl3_THOMAS MCORADY, Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIE?
TY.-A Regalar Monthly Meeting or rhls So?
ciety wm be held THIS EVENING, st 8 'o'clock, at
Ltnrlscedt's Hall, corner King and Calhoun
streets. Members are requested io be pune*
tua! In attendance.
By order or the President.
Jun13-?_FRIED. BI8CH, Treasurer.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-The Regular Quarterly Meeting ofvonr
society will he held Tara (Tuesday) EVENING, at
Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock P. M. A full attendance
ls requested, as business or Importance will be
acted upon. The Arrear List win be read and a
financial statement of tie condition or the Society
wilt be made by the Committee on Finance.
Junl3_ W. BAKER, Secretary.
WARD. 4.-THE CITIZENS OF WARD
4, irrespective of color, opposed to the
present city administration, and tn favor of con*
servatlsm-and good government, are requested to
meet at Masonic* Hall THIS EVENING, the 13th
Inst., at 8 pj?j ?cfc _ Junl2-2*
CHARLESTON LIBRARY 80CHSTY.
The Ono Hundred and Twenty-third Anni?
versary Meeting of this Society will be held at
the Library Hall, THIS Dar, 18th instant, at-l
o'clock, P. M. A Collation will be served. *
Jnnl2-2_,_Librarian C. L. S.
WARD No. 6\-THE CITIZENS "OF
this ward are requested to assemble at
Arnold's Hall, In Meeting near John street, en
WKDNESDAT, the 14th Instant, at 8 o'clock P. M.,
for the parp?se of organizing for the ensuing Mu?
nicipal Election. jrmis-2
WARD NO. 7 ATTENTION! CITI?
ZENS OF THE BANNER WARD.-Yon
are hereby Invited to'meet at the Hail. In Nassau
street, on WIDNES DAY EVENING, the 14th of June,
at 8 O'CIOCK, to take Bach steps as may be deemed
necessary .to organize for the coming Municipal
. , . -.
SDissolmions af ?jopattxmelnf.
Notice U hereby given that the Partnership
lately subsisting between the late JOHN CAMP
SEN AND EBNEST WALTJEN, ot Otiarle ton, un
der the ann or JOHN CAMPSEN A COMPANY,
was dissolved on the 2 lat day or May, 1871, by Abe
decease or Mr. JOHN OaMESEN. The under?
signed is authorized io settle all debts doe to and
by the said Partnership.
NOTICE.-The undersigned will continue the
Wholesale and Retail O RAIN AND MILLING
BUSIN RS?.. In the City of Charleston, under the
name of JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.. to date from 1st
instant. CATHARINE CAMPSEN, .
(Widow ol the late J. Camp sen.)
Charleston, June 12,1871 ._Jnnl3-tnf
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership heretofore existing on
Uer the name and style or K RI ETE A CHAPMAN
was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be continued at theoM staml by
Mr. H. W. K RI ETE, to whom all billa should be
presented and oil payments made.
H. W. K BIETE.
junl2-3? W.f>. CHAPMAN.
li ai lc in g material.
rjHE~PILGBQ? SASH PULLIEs!
DISPENSING WITH WEIGHTS AND BOX
PATENT RIGHT SECURED FOR CHARLESTON,
BEAUFORT AND COLLETON.
This arrangement can be applied to any old
fashioned wlodow, say at axoat .or from $3 20 to
$4 20 per window, according to condition and
size. An ordinary room of say four windows
fitted up for $12 80. The trade supplied with the
atunga for $2 28 per window?
JOHN H. DEVEREUX,
om ce Chamber or Commerce Building.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
WEST END WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully informs hts mends
.nd the pnbllo that, having refitted the abovq
Mill with improved Macotaery, ls now prepared
to receive orders lor LUMBER or all descriptions,
which will be furnished with dispatch, and at toe
lowest market prices. On baud a large stock of
Seahoa- JL Dressed Floo lng, Lining, Shelving
and Weather BOA RD j. Also, ASHING L ES. Plast?
ering LltbB, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
J au 10_.
JV I ME "AND LATHS.
1.550 bbl*. FresTl LIME
103,000 Laths. ??
Landing from Schooner Frank and Emily.
IN si OWE: %
.CEMENT, Calcined and Land Plaster, Hair, Ac.
For sale by OLNEY A 00.,
mtyjj_Nos. U and 13 vcnduR Range.
?gUI LD E. E'S DEPOT,
NO. 94 OHUROH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds ceastantly
on hand and for sale low.
Agency for MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS,
manufactured by the Penrhyn Marble Company, a
beautiful substitute for marble, at reduced rates.
Orders for Eneamtlc Tile for flooring, and em?
bossed and r ut Glass for windows, doors, Ac,
promptly filled at manufacturer's prices.
Jost received a lot or SASHES, BLINDS. Ac,
and for sale very low.
P. O. BOX 374. E. M. GRIMEE. .
may 19 '
iiliiimrtTj, Dressmaking, Ut.
/TTX?T?> oFrNiTG "
MERS. C. 8TACSLEY,
AT HER NEW STORE,
No. 297 KINO STE?BT,
FORMERLY THE DOLLAR STORE.
STOCk CONSISTING OP :
200 cartoons BONNET TRIMMINGS, Sash, Neck
and Hair Ribbons
loo cases NEW STYLE HATS, In Straw, Leghorn.
Chip, Cactus Braid and Neapolitan.
MILLINERY GOODS, in endless variety,
. 50 cases SUNDOWNS
10 cases Magnolias
10 cases Gypsy School
s casas Sailor Hats
5 cases Minnehaha
200 dozen Chignons, In Jute and Real
Human Hair, Curls, Frizzes, Chalailas, Braids,
Ac, Ac. '. may25.
A DAME L U ZIE R ,
No. 238 KING STREET, EAST SIDE. BETWEEN
MARKET AND HASEL STS., 'UP STAIRS.)
FINE FRENCH CORSETS MADE TO ORDER.
Cigars, (tobacco, Ut.
The undersigned. Proprietor or "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPORIUM," No. 310 King
street, three doors couth or Society street, vespect
fuiiy states toane Smoking, Gnewing andSnur
ling public, mst he has concluded to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale and Retail Consumers
or CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF. Ac, DJ disposing
ol his Stock at snch prices as to secure a large
and reliable trade. An extensive and complete
assortment or all articles tn his line or business it
Kept constantly on band, giving a facility of
filling, without delay, all orders extended to him.
accompained with cash, or draft on responsible'
houses in the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect stock before trading else?
where. - WM. SH ROD ER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.
O|N AI|P BJL o UR7
loofl i^eI?*tty^rHITE CORN
jfjeo otila. Faflflr*r?TOnr.
finding rrom Schooner P. L. Sm I tn and Steam
er Falcon. For sale by
Itni?g-z ' - -Tr^rtminrr-'
g ACON, S?OAR? MOLASSES, Ac. '
25 hhds. BAQQN 0. R.-SIDES '
fl io Wida. Bacon Shoulder*
150 bblS. N. o. Sugee L_ _
leo bhls. i\. 0. Molasses - . . . <
. ' 250 obis. Baltimore syrup ,
ia groas Lemon Sugar. v ' ?'. . ?
Lind me, and for sale at reduced prices, by
Jualp-3 STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER,,
JUOUR! FLO.Ufii FLOUR !
1200 bois. Fine, Super, Extra and FAMILY
FLOUR. For sale ny . ?
HERMANN BULWINKLE. .
Junl Kerr's Wtart.'
JTATHOES SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Blnninger's Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, ia quart Jan
Assorted French Fruits, in own-jolee, put np ti
Sias? stoppered decanters
Plortlea, tn fancy jars .
India Carrie, lu flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paaje
French Mustard, In glass pots
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Ohve OD, In flasks, and Bengal Clumsy.
: -E. fi. BEDFORD, %
"Late W. S. Corwin A Co. ;
jftnU , _NO.-2W Klag stree?
NSW BUTEER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RE?ENT A 3. RIVALS. i!j
Cbolo? New GOSHEN E CIT ER* Jenaj Uad -Jju
ita;toa English O?eese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, "?ou'1 g America Cheese, Etd am anti
Sap Sago OTieese, Extra Smoked Tongue* and
Breakfast Bacon Strips. C aol ce Pickled Beef, Faim
lly Pig-Pork and PiciledQx Tongues.
- SUOAR-CtTRED HAMS.
Duffleld's, American, W4estpiialla, WMtAkajr.
Extra Star, Davis's Diamoad, and the celebrated
White Sag ir -cared Champion Hams. ,
For sale by fi. E. BEDFORD,
JanH _ h\>.3*f? King street.
'jg REMEN LAGER BE EE
ENGLISH ALES ? :
CHAMPAGNE ALBS ti
.iii; LONDON PORTEES
DUBLIN PORTERS ... " .. .
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. m King street.
:. kia . ' ." iij?fl - - ipi* .?*!?.<; iii .. .
. ui :. . uti - ?! >
OED NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHIS?
KEY AT $2 PER GALLON.
A ' 8 P E C I A L T Y '.
Highly recommended for medicinal and all
diner purposes where a pare Whiskey is reqatred.
wrn. WELCH'S, j
: S. W. Corner Meeting a uri Market street*..
All good* delivered free. roayxi
-.i "1. ?>.' :,t . ; .'l 'lr ; * ft
WTIL80N6' POPULAR GROCERY.
Lie big ' s Extract of Meat
WILSONS' ? GROCERY.
for Infants, lu .'._ '
Small Medium and Large Pots.
. . SHRIMP PASTE,
Anchovy Paste. """..,
Dutch Anchovies, .
' (In glass.) L
DEYILLED HAM, J .
DevUied .Tongue, j" ,.._^
WILSONS' r GROCERY.
I Devil l-ed Lobster,'
. Devilled Turkey. .
WILSONS' =?"-....? GROOERY.
WILSONS' '? . T'; OROOBRY.
3" PATE DB FOI GRAS, -
'WILSONS''""" '" . . ' GROO?ttY.
-WILSONS' ' - GROCERY.
WILSON* ... GROOEBBT.
i . . flncaaaj . - .
WILSONS' "., - GROCERY.
WILSONS' . GROCERY.
' (in cansj) .
WILSONS" ' O?OCERY.
PEEK FREAK * 00.'?
WILSONS* . GROCERY.
Milk Crackers, (new article.)
WILSONS' G ROSEBY.
. Ginger Wafers, (new article.)_
Ah Goods delivered free. No obarge fer pack?
Particular attention to country orders address?
ed to Box No. 383, Charleston.
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KING STREBT, ?
! SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AND CARO?
LINA TEA AGBNOY,
I, Yon can buy for one dollar and fifty cents one
' pound of the very beat YOUNG HYSON TEA, of
delicate flavor and great strength.
For thirty cents one gallon best quality LIGHT?
For seventy-five cents one gallon choice Silver
For three dollars and Arty cents a Japanned Tm
.CHAMBER.SBT, composed of throe articles, ad|9
worth fire dottare.
For fifty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
buyer would think cheap at one dollar.
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
HOUSE' FURNISHING GOODS,
TWENXY-FIYE PER CENT. OHBAPER
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
PLAIN AND DECORATED FRENCH OHINA
LINLE Y'S CHEAP. STOB B,
No. 388 Kine street,
marlS-lyr _ .
TTONEY '. HONEY ! HONEY !
"%e"New Country HONEY, tot>e had In Quanti
ties to suit purchasers, of DB. H. BABB,,
may25 No. 131 Meeting stree*