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- " nuATOTPfiTniv MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1871. / ' " , _ EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAJU
THE COURSE OF COTTON.
TEE MOVEMENT EOE TSE WEEK.
NEW YORK, JUD? 18.
Cotton movement shows continued tolling
off; totals smallest for any week since retro?
grade movement set in. Exports about one
half the corresponding week o? last year. Re?
ceipts at-all the ports 24.046 bales, against 28,
136 last week, 36,402 the previous week, and
40,178 three weeks Bince. Receipts since Sep?
tember 3,485,176 bales, against 2,800,478 cor?
responding period previous year. Exports
from all ports 20,070 bales, against 40,332 last
year. Exports for expired portion of year
3,003,732 bales, against 2,022,824 last year.
Stock at all ports 224,851 bales, against 220,277
for the same time last year. The'stocks at the
interior towns are 18,244 bales, against 46,506
last year. The stock in Liverpool is 945,000
bales, against 628,000 last year. The American
cotton afloat for Great Britain amounts to
132,000 bales, against 115,000* last ye?r: The
Indian cotton afloat for Europe is 471,955
bales, against 355,446 last year.
The.-^eather accounts, from the South re?
port continued heavy rains.m the Gulf States,
and al30 high np the Mississippi River; but to
wards the close of the week the rains abated
somewhat, and the weather was rather more
TSE NEW YOBS COTTON TRADE.
The Cotton Exchange-An Interesting
Sketch of ita Origin, Present Condition
[From the Journal or Commerce, Junei5.j
At a meeting of the New .York Cotton Ex
Change, held yesterday at No. 142 Pearl street,
the plans presented for the new exchange
building, in Hanover ?quare, were adopted
amid much enthusiasm. The new exchange
will oe located on the property occupied by the
Hanover buildings, covering a plot of ground,
recently purchased, bounded by Pearl and
Slone streets and Hanover square, about sev-.
enty feet front by seventy-five feet deep" The
building will be three stories high, with the
exchange on the first floor. The land, with the
buildings thereon, was purchased for $115,000,
audit ls expected that about$40.000.will be
expended in alterlug and Improving the prop?
erty for the use of the exchange.
This action on the part ol the members of
tho Cotton Excharige, an association of those
who are permanently engaged, and are ol'
good standing 'in the cotton trade of Kew
York, is -a development of its strength as an
organization, and a manifestation of the im?
portance Of the irr.de in this city that deserves
more than a passing notice. Fifty years ago
?he dealings in cotton, then brought from the
Southern States to this city in a few small ves?
sels making long voyages to the Gall States
and freighting cotton as the smallest portion
oftieir cargo, formed avery insigflcant and
unimportant part of the-business ot our mar?
ket. The larger proportion of the cotton crop
ol the South was sent direct to Great Britain,
even Philadelphia shipping more than New
York ; and the market here was. quoted week?
ly in the style ot "prices same as last quota?
tions." The following extract from the Jour
. nal ot Commerce of September 13, 1827, sho-s
what proportion ot the shipments of that per?
iod from New Orleans were made to thlb
"NEW ORLEANS, August 18, 1827 - Cotton
Imports from Friday morning, the lOtn In?
stant, up to yesterday : From Natchitoohes, 24
bales; Pensacola 20; together, 44. Cleared In
the same time for Liverpool, 2346j Philadel?
phia, S37; New York, 267; Baltimore, 113? in
all 3063, making a decrease in stock ol 3019 -
bales. The.sales ot,-the week, consist in 277
bales of middling and inferior Alabama at 3
and 7 A cents, and 86 bales Louisiana and Mis?
sissippi at ll cents down, according to quality."
The exports for the season ot 1826 and 1827
irom the united States were given in the Jour?
nal of Commerce, of November 28, 1827, aa
follows : To Liverpool this year, 553,608 bags,
Ac; to London,*8925. and to Glasgow. 41,639,
making a total of 604,162 bags and bales.
The trade with the South from New York
continued to Increase, larger ships were
freighted and sent to Southern ports, and,
with sugar and molasses as heavy return car?
goes, cotton was taken at low rates to fill up
the vessels. The lower' rates of Ireights en?
abled the New York merchants at length to
send cotton to Great Britain at less prices than
it could be sent tor direct from the cotton
growlug States, and the attention ot European
buyers was drawn to New York. The Intro?
duction of oct an steamers in* competition with
th? broad-built London and Liverpool sailing
vessels gave a new impetus to the trade,
which had already been enlivened by the
coastwise steamers running to this city from
Chaires ton and Savannah. In 1839-40 the ex?
ports amounted to about 1,901,817 bales, au
Increase t?f about 1,297,655 over the exports
for 1826-271 New houses were formed here
devoting almost exclusive attention to
the cotton, trade., its quotations were
more regular, aud the importance of
New York as an exporting cotton port
was acknowledged both in Europe and
at the South. Then the tireat triumph of the
century, the electric telegraph, was placed in
the hands of t he merchants, and with Its rapid
communication : between buyers and sellers,
the Increased facilities gained by the banking
community in effecting exchanges, and the
uumeroiia lines ol' transatlantic and coastwise
steamships having New York City as their
connecting port, the cotton trade assumed ex?
traordinary dimensions. Cottonsent to Europe
on slow sailing ships was sold in transitu by
the New York merchants and broker?, the
Healed samples being seat North by steamers,
the planters-or factors at-the South guarantee?
ing the correctness of the Bamplos, which were
lu lum forwarded oy steamer to Europe and
acid to arrive, or sold to exporters here. The
East iDdia cotton, always of a poorer quality
and bringing lower prices than American
cotton,, was nearly driven out of the European
market. The* Easj. India planters realized
their ; situation -and hoarded their cotton like
silver, dollars, waiting ior an opportunity to
send it when, by same chance, the American
supply should lull.
The New York houses were in a prosperous
condition tfudlarge lortunes were being real?
lied, when the war of the rebellion com?
menced. The Southern ports were blockaded,
the supplv failed, and the trade was brought
to a stand. The East India cotton was sent
forward, and some of it actually imported tx>
the United States. Many of the New York
cotton merchants retired from aotive busi?
ness. With tte revival of trade at the close of
the fer ar, came almost an entirely new per?
sonnel in the cotton business of New York.
Tbe trade, however, is now composed of some
of the most intelligent, active and energetic
merchants, bankers and brokers in the com?
munity, gentlemen well kuown lor strict in?
tegrity in all commercial transactions, and
who cannot ialUo maintain the high staad.ng
already achieved hythe business men of New
Previously to the war, and for some time
alter its close, the trade relied for Its reports
and quotations upon the daily newspapers.
While the business was confined to sales ot
cotton on the spot, those reports were suffi?
cient, but when busiuess commenced in con- ?
tracts for future delivery, something ol' an
official character was desired to decide disa?
greements which would sometimes uise as to
the value ol coi ton on the day of seulement.
On September 23d, 1868, the cotton brokers
established the New York Board ol Cotton
Brokers, meeting at the office ol Mr. lames F.
Wenman, for the purpose of making rales and
regulations for the general benefit ol the trade.
Quotations were made by taking thu average
ot the daily reports of the various brokers as
Bent to the secretary. The- operations of this
board proved satisfactory until the contract
business assumed such large proportions that
operators felt warranted in demanding a voice
In the regulation of the trade. At a meeting,
of the trade held in' the office of Messrs. Dufais
A Walter, in July, 1870, the preliminary steps
toward the formation of an-Exchange were
.taken, and on July 20. of the same year, the
constitution anrt*.y-laws were adopted.
The New Yo.? Cotton Exchange was Tully
organized on the 19th ol September last, with
about one hundred members, and to-day num?
bers nearly three hundred. The following :s a
list of its officers: Stephen B. Harrison, presi?
dent^ James F. Weuman, vice-president; Ar?
thur B. Graves, treasurer; W?Uiam E. Bunker,
seoretary o? board o? managers; William H.
Brodie, Theodore Fachlri, George Cornwall,
Hermann Nieter, M. B. Fleldlug, Mayer Leh?
man, John H. Inman, J. T. Hanemana, Solo?
mon Ranger, Robert Tannahlll. F. F. Dufals,
Henry Hent2, George Blanden, J. B Cunning?
ham, Willied E. Bunker, board of managers;
B. F. VoorheeB, superintendent of exchange. .
On the floor ol' the exchange the principal
business transacted is that in contracts for tor
ward delivery. Immediately alter ..making a
sale rite broker or seller furnishes a memoran?
dum of such-sale to the superintendent of the
exchange, who has it recorded on the bulletin
in the open exchange. Transactions In colton
on the spot are effected in the offices of the
brokers, where upon long tables are constant?
ly displayed innumerable samples of all lines
ot colton. At 3 P. M. each day the brokers
send to the -superintendent of the exchange
re pons written on prepared blanks of the sales
ol spot cotton made to exporters, spinners and
to speculators, designating the quantities to
each class of buyers, with a complete list of
contracts made. These are consolidated by the
superintendent, and with Ihe quotations of the
day, which hare been decided upon by a com?
mittee ot seven appointed by the board of mau
airers, are priuted lor the use ol the members of
the exchange. In the offices of many of the
members ot the trade are telegraphic instru?
ments connected with an instrument lu the
exchange, by means of which the current in?
formation of the exchange ia continually
transmitted Lo the offices. The exchange
during regular hours of business presents a
scene ol' great activity, buyers, brokers and
sellers passing rapidly among the throng, as?
certaining the state of the market and Its
probable tendency. The exchange, though
young and vigorous, is, in the opinion of many
of its frequenters, still susceptible ol several
improvements, among which they suggest
that regular sessions should be held, similar
to those ol the stock board, at which there
should be calls lor the several months. Other
ot the members believe that the present mode
of doing business will lu the end prove to be
the most satisfactory. The enterprise meets
the hearty-approval ol'the business community,
and the future ol the New. York Cotton Ex?
change promises to excel greatly in influence
and usefulness the anticipations of its founders.
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, June 17.
L. E. Johnson has been restored to the mar
shalshlp ol South Carelios,.
Two million five hundred thousand dollars
in gold reached the treasury safely from San
Francisco. The weight was six lons.
General S. 8. Fry has been appointed super?
visor of internal revenue lor Kentucky.
It ts-'posttiveiy known that Jules Ftsrry.comes -
here as French Minister.
Governor Lindsay, of Alabama, concluded
rfis testimony before the Ku-Khix.investigat- ,
inj committee to-day, having been subjected
to a searching examination ot seven or eight
hours, In relation to the condition of affairs in
his State. The details of his evidence has not
been made public, but it ls known that he ,
gave an unqualified denial to reports of poi ki- \
cal out rubres and organized resistance to the ,
Inw in Alabama, and expressed his belief, from
all sources ol Information available to him,
that said State has not been so quiet, orderly
and peaceful In twenty years, as at present.
Abundant means of free education have been ;
provided and are impartially accessible ipr (
all classes, both white and colored, and In no j
parte o? the State is any one Tn danger of mo- '
leetaliou or viqlence, on account of his-pol i ti- ,
. Governor Lindsay has gone to New York,
for the purpose ol'securing the interest of Ala- ;
bama lo ibe amount of six and a half millions ?
in the Alabama" ama Cbnttunoga Railroad, and
also IO provW? -4br the payma^-^r i?5 um.it-j
annual interest due January first. The Gov- ]
ernor was considering several propositions. |
all protecting the debt to the Slate, but he de?
sires to adopt a policy which' will also protect ?
private creditors, especially laborers.
THE WEATHER THIS DAT.
WASHINGTON, June 18.
Threatening weather, with severe local
storms, are probable for to-night west ol Illi?
nois. A falling barometer, with rain, will i
probably continue on the east Atlanlic coast,
followed by clear and .clearing weather on
Monday morning. Fresh southeasterly winds
will probably prevail on Monday on the south
and middle Atlantic coasts, and the lower
. ALL. ABOUT TBE STATE.
Ben. Duncan, an epileptic, was found float?
ing in the Sampit. River on Wednesday. Ver?
dict, "accidental drownlrg."
Rev. Mr. Stewart, rector ol the Episcopal
Church at Chester, while on \M way te Union
on Saturday last, met with a painful accident,
by willoh he sprained his right wrist and ankle.
The Darlington Index stales that the execu?
tive committee of the Darlington Agricultural
Society offer, in addition to the premium list
that has been distributed, several prices to bo
awarded at their annual meeting In August. I
next. Tue ob|ect is to advance, lt possible,
the cultivation of fruit in this county, which
we think very requisite.
The Yorkvilie Enquirer says:. "Tuesday
last was the day advertised for the sale of real
estate in York County on whl'chutbe taxes re?
main unpaid. Only seven parcels Were sold,
all the other delinquents having either paid
the respective amounts assessed against them,
or made arrangements for payment without
resorting to the sale of the property."
ti J ancaster.
The Ledger, speaking ot tbe delinquent,tux
?sale in that county, says : "The treasurer ??
the county sold on Tuesday last parcels of
thirty-three tracts of land lor delinquent taxes.
The State purchased twenty-eight tracts or
parcele, private individuals five. There were,
including all, seventy-six tracts advertised,
I one-hall of which humber was settled up be- .
j fore the day ol sale."
P. M. Whitman has been elected sheriff of
Beaoiort County for the unexpired term; the
vacancy having been created- by the unavoida?
ble absence ol Mr. Williams, the late incum?
bent, who ls detained in Charleston by "cir?
cumstances over which be has no control."
The land Bales that were advertised to lake
place on the 13th ot June, says the Beaufort
Republican, are illegal, from the fact that the
requirements of the law were not adhered to,
which distinctly states that they must be ad?
vertised two weeks previous to - the.aale. and
in this instance they were published only
about lour days previous. Another fact,
which ihe taxpayers will please make a note
ol, not lo pay for the advertising; that-comes
from the State. The law allows them to col?
led about sixty cents, which goeB into the
pockets ol the officials, as their perquisites for*
making out "land certificates."
The same paper, speaking of the crops, says:
"The crops as a general thing on the adjacent
islands are looking better than they have for a
number of years. Much complaint has been
made in various parts ol the neighboring States
of rain, but we have had no more here than is
necessary. At one time during May there was
great fear that everything would- die out lor
the want of it, but since that period there has
been Fufficient. Cern is looking finely, and
promises to be an abundant harvest."
WEB8TKR'S UNABRIDGED "DICTIOXART is the
only one yet printed that can successfully
stand every test ol' elaborate criticism. There
ls no better place In the world than the sanc?
tum of aa edilor of a daily paper to find out
the merits bf a real good dictionary. We have
used several of th? "new" sensations, but are
compelled as a dernier resort to fallback upon
this old standard work, recently, however,
much enlarged, improved and corrected. Wo
unhesitatingly recommeud "Webster" to all
county Superintendents of education, and
others interested, in Alabama.-Alabama Sta te
A GREAT DAY TJ BERLIN.
THE TRIOMPHAL ENTE r- A O BAND
The Emperor William'? Speech-Insur?
rectionary Placards In Paris-Inde?
cision of the Assembly-Rumored Ar?
rest of Pyatt-Rochefort to be Tried
. td is Week-The On muns Withdraw?
lng from Fraiac-jpaiu and? Italy.
BERLIN, June 16.
At the triumphal entry of the army, and
inauguration of an equestrian statue of Slog
Frederick William, to-day, the display was
grand. The pity was thronged with people;
The procession, one of the most magnificent
o? modern limes, was headed by eagles
and standard! captured from the French.
After the address of welcome and con?
gratulations^ the Emperor, at the head
of a brilliant cortege, rode down the Tia
Triumphales. The road was strewn with
flowers, as he advanced, by hundreds ol young
girls dressed In white. The procession was
mainly composed of "detachments represent?
ing every regiment which was engaged in the
war. The enthusiasm of trie spectators was
unbounded. -Upon the unveiling of the statue
of his father, Emperor William'-delivered a
speecb, and, in closing, he said : "This monu?
ment, which was projected in a time of the
profoundest peace, now becomes a monument
ot one of the most brilliant though bloodiest ot
modern wars. May the peace so dearly achiev?
ed be a lasting one." The triumphant entry
was unprecedentedly grapd, *o the closing
scene. Bismarck then approached the Emper?
or; and -'asked leave to unveil the statue. The
Emperor bowed and Bismarck moved his hand,
when the canvass fell from the statue, while,
drums rattled, trumpets blared, the standards
ol the guards were lowered toward the statue,
the troops presented arms and cheered loudly,
a salute was fired of one hundred- and one
gnni, the church bells broke into la^aatane
ous ringing, while out of turmoil the national
air resolves itself. The Emperor, helmet In* ?
hand, then-approached his lather's statde,^ud
walked slowly around it. Bands- struck tip
"Nun danket Alle Gott," and the troops joined
in Binging the hymn. The ceremonies closed
with conterrlng honors on victorious generals'.
Among them, General Von Roon was made
Count ot the Empire, and General Yon Moltke |
field marshal of the Imperial army. . ?
LONDON June ll
Insurrectionary placards have been posted
la "Paris by another branch ot; the Internation?
al Society, which disavows connection with j
iQcendlarism'but proclaims to be engaged in
a struggle against cowardice and war, and
against despotism and. monopoly.
VERSAICLES, June 16.
The chief newspaper journalists who consti?
tuted themselves a committee tc offer a collec?
tive ticket oomposed of non-partisan candi?
dates, meet with opposition from Republican
Motions submitted by Baze, yesterday, to
extend the powers of Thiers and inactions of ;
the Assembly twa years, were unexpected by
Baze'8 colleagues, and regarded inopportune,
it is thought no action will be taken upon
[hem by the Assembly.
It is reported that Pyatt lins been arrested
a tiumiietw, uisgnUBOiis-a pTTgBC benenn -
Fabrice presented compliments to Thiers-upoo
Jie overthrow ol the Commune.
Prince Bismarck has promised to diminish
the German army ol occupation in France.
The amount of the proposed French long loan
will, it ls now said, be reduced one-fifth.
A court-martial assembles next week foe the
trial of Rochelort. Assi and Rossel. A grand
review of one hundred thousand men, which
has been announced, for the Champs de Mars
Sunday next, will be held at Long Champs.
The rumor which obtained circulation of modi?
fications in the ministers is uut.horitiuiT.ely
MADKIO, June 16.
There has been along discussion in commit?
tee of Cortes wjth reierence to I he a.meud
ment of the treaty with the Bank of Paris,
under which the treasury loan was to have
been effect* tl. No conclusion was reached.
FLORENCE, June 16.
The propositions of Senor Lauza has been
approved .by the Chamber of Deputies, and the
discussion ol L the army reorganization bill bas
been ordered to begin immedia.ely. The St.
Gothard Railway bill was adopted by the
A NATIONAL LOSS.
'.Tragical Death of the Hon. Clement L.
LEBANON, June 17.
Hon. C. L. Vallantligham, while Illustrating
to his fellow counsel in a murder case how a
dead man .might have shot himself, accidental?
ly discharged the pistol, wounding himself in
the bowels. At 2 o'clock this morning, be was
etlll conscious, but ia great pain. Internal
hemorrhage is probable. Physicians pronounpe
his condition very serious. Ttiere seems hard?
ly a possibility of his recovery.
LATER.-Mr. Vallandlgham is dead.
CUMBERLAND, June 17.
Mrs. "Vallandigham was here, attending the
funeral ot her brother-Hon.-J. V. L. McMahon.
She ls completely distracted, and will be taken
to Dayton to night.
NEW ORLEANS, June 17.
The trial of Dr. Lancelot Hope Everett,
charged with the murder of Henry Smllzer on
the 3d o? April last, was concluded to-day. The
Jury after au absence of an hour, returned a
verdict of net guilty.
NEWS PROM MEXICO.
'. ' CITY OF MEXICO, June ll.
Tampico was stormed, and all the insur?
gents were killed, wounded or captured. Yel?
low lever ls raging at Vera Cruz,
SPARKS PROM THE WIRES.
-?-Toe Methodist Book Concern Committee
have allowed Dr. Lanahau access to the
-BishDp Mcilwaine, of Ohio, and Thurlow
Weed sailed for Europe on Saturday.
-Weston beats his time eighteen minutes.
He made the last mile in eleven minutes and
-Tne laborers below Chattanooga on Satur?
day stopped a train whioli was' pursuing a
fugitive train, decrarl-g that no train shall go
-The Grand Chapter ol' Royal Arch MiBons
of Canada, by unanimous vote, have resumed
allegiance to the General Grand Chapter of
the United States, from which they seceded In
A few or the ?enulue ESPICS ."FUMIGATEURS
PECTORALES" to be had of DB. fl. BAER,
m ayjj ?o. 131 Meeting street.
p&~ TH? STATB ?l'^O?Wc?^o?
NA, COUNTY OF GEORGETOWN-Court
Common Pleas-ARM?ZlAfl D. BARBER a
JOHN B. OREEN, Partners nader the arm na:
or A. 0..BARBER A- CO., Plaintiffs, against JAM
J. P?R?3.V8, Defendaat.-;Copy. Summons :
Money Demaad.-[Complaint not served.]
To JAMES J. PERKINS^ Defendant in this i
ti oe : You are hereby sommoned and required
answer the complaint in tal* action, which w
flied In toe office of the C:erk of the Court or Co
mon Pleas-Tor the said County, on the nih day
lune, 1871, and to serve a copy of your ans w
on tire subscribers af their office, Georgetown,
C., within twenty day* alter the service of tl
summons on you, exclusive ff the day. or ?
?Ice. . wi ti : -'
If you fali to answer this complaint within t
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff*twill take Jndgme
against you for the sum of crae hundred and nh
ty-se vea 97-100 dollars, with Interest at the ra
of seven-per cent, per annum from the Hth di
of December, one thousand eight hundred ai
Blxty-nlne, and costs: . . .
Dated May 3.th, 187L
WffiBOJf * DOZIER, *'
To the Defendant JAii?3\J. PERKINS: Tal
notice that the summons in r/ils action, of whit
the foregoing is a copy, with complaint annexe
was flied li the office of tiu Clerk of the Court
Common Pleas, at Georgetown, in the County
Georgetown, and State of Se ut h Carolina, ont]
9th day or June, 1971. . (j
jnnlO-me_[ ' georgetown, S. C.
pg- THE ] STATE Of SOUTH CRR<
LINA, COUNTY 0? GEOlfdETOWN-Oonrt i
Common Pleas.-WHJJ?M?BR?CE and JAME
BRYCE, partners under, the "firm name or WU
LIAM BRYCE & CO., niaflft^ against JAMES .
PERKINS, dereudant.-Copy summons for mone
Jemand.-[Complaint nut served.]
To JAMES J. PERKINS; Defendant In this a
lion*: You are hereby s.umuwntd and required t
mswer the complaint lc this action, which wa
l ed In the office of the Clerk of the/Jourt of Con
non Pleas for the said count;, OD the ninth da
jf June, 1371, and to ?-er ve i copy or your an s wt
>n the subscribers, at 'thelribsice, Georgetown, ;
0., within twenty days arj-er the service ot thl
mm mons on you, exclualvelor the day or servie*
ir yoa.rau to answer^tdacomplalni within tb
lme aroresald, the plalutiois wilt taite Judgmen
igalust yeo for the tum-of-one hundred ap
iluety-nine 21-100 dollars, ?' with interest at th
T.te of seven per cent, per armum. from the thtr
lay of July, one thousand eight hundred an
?eventy, and costs. '\
Dated May 8?, 1871.
WILSON A DOZIER,
Plaintiffs* Attorneys, Georgetown, S. C.
To the Defendant, JAME'S J. PERKINS : Tax
lotice that the summons in this action, of whlc
he foregoing ls a copy, witt; complaint a?iex?d
ras flied in the office of the Clerk of the Court c
Common Pleas, at Georgetown, i 1 the County c
Georgetown, and .State of son tit Carolina, on tb
un day of Junehl87l.
. -.WILSON St DOZIER,
Plaintiffs' Attorney?, Georgetown, S. O.
pSBr THE STATE O&SOUTH CAROL1
HA, COUNTY OF GEORGETOWN-Court of Com
non Pleas.-HENRY W. DtfRYEE and JOHN, i
klACFADDIN, Partners uader tae*flrm name c
or Money Demand.-[Complaint not served.]
To JAMES J. PERKINS, Defendant in this ac
lion: You are hereby summoned and required t
mswer the complaint In this action, which wa
lied in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Coa
non fleas'for the said county, on the ninth da;
lune, 1871, and to serve a copy of your answer 0:
:he subscribers at their office, Georgetown, Sont!
Carolina, within twenty days after the service c
this summons on you, exclusive ol the day of sei
If you fall to answer this .complaint within th
time aforesaid, the piala tiffs wm take Judgmeo
igalnst you for the.sum of two hundred an
twenty -seven 05 100 dollars, with interest at thi
rate ol seven per cent, per annum from the four ti
lay or March, oue thousand eight hundred' an
seventy, and costs.
Dated May 30th, 1871.
WILSON & DOZ:ER,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys, Georgetown, S. 0.
To the Defendant, JAMES J. PERRINS: Tateme
tice that thc summons in this action, ol which th
foregoing ls a cjpy, with com plaint annexed, wa
bled la the office of the Clerk ol the Court or Com
mon Pleas at Georgetown, lu the County c
Georgetown and frate or South Carolina, on th
nl?th day or June, 1871.
WILSON' A DOZIER, ,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys, Georgetown, ?0.
pm THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OP GEORGETOWN-Oourt c
Common Pleas.-N. A. KNAPP and N. A. HUM-'
partners under the Arm name or N. A. KNAPP j
CO., Plaintiffs, against JAMES J. PERKIN?, Di
rendant.-Oopy Summons Tor Money Demand
[Complaint not serve!.]
.To JAMES J. PERKINS. Defendant in this ac
.Jon.- You are hereby summoned and reqoired t
answer the complaint in this action, which wai
flied In the ottlca or the Court of Comm m Plea:
for the said County, 00 the ninth day of June
1871, and to serve a copy or your answer on th?
subscribers, at their office. Georgetown, Soutl
Carolina, within twenty days arter the s?rvlct
of this summons on you, exclusive of the day 0
If you fall to answer this complaint within th(
time aforesaid, the Plaintiffs'will take Jadgmen
against you Cor the sum or fe ur hundred ant
twenty-seven 95-100 dollars, with Interest at th
rate or seven per cent, per annum from the thin
day or March, one thousand eight hundred am
seventy, and costs.
Dated May 30. ian.
WILSON St DCZ1ER,
Georgetown, S. C.
To the Defendant, JAMES J. PERKINS: Takt
notice that the summons ia this action, of wblcl
the foregoing ls a copy, with complaint annexed
was flied in the office or the Clerk of the Court 0
Common Pleas at Georgetown, In the County 0
Georgetown, and State or South Carolina, ot
theO'.hdayof June, ISTl.
WILSON St DOZIER,
junlO-mo Georgetown, S. C.
jB?-SPECIAL NOTICE.-DURING THI
rummer months the rates of Board at the MILLS
HOUSE win be REDUCED to three dollars per day
J. PARKET, Proprietor.
G. W. FARRER. Superintendent. mayS?-Imo
??-HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICI
lp medicines as well as In other things. ?YER'S
SARSAPARILLA isa genuine preparation of that
unequalled spring medicine and blood purifier
decidedly superior to the poor imitations hereto
Tore in the martel. Trial proves it.
PS- JOHN C. BAKER & CO.'S GENU?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physician;
to be the best in the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JNO. 0. BAKER St 00., Philadelphia.
A full supply on hand by
DR. H. BAER,
lebe-mwremos No. 131 Meeting street.
_ Special .gToti&es.
NAfrCOBNTT OF GEORGETOWN-Ooart of
meka Pleas-JOSEPH SAMPSON and ISAAC A
ANDER, Partners, under the firm, name of S
SOS A ALEXANDER, Plaintiffs, against J;
J. PERKINS, Defendant.-Copy Summon
Money Demand.-[Complaint tut served.]
To JAKES J. PERSIS'S, Defendant in tbi
tloo : You -are hereby summoned and req
to answer the.complaint in this action, ^
was flied In the office or the Clerk of the Coi
Common Pleas ror the said County, on the :
day of June, and to serve** copy of your an
on tne subscribers, at their, omce, Georgeio*
0., within twenty days arter the service of
sommons on you, exclusive of the day of soi
If you fail to.answer thl-t complaint with!
time aforesaid, the plaintiffs will take Judgi
against you for the sum or seventy-el . ht fi
dollars, with interest at the rate of one and s
per cent, per month from rhe seventeenth dt
April, one thousand elgjjtliundred.and sevc
one, and costs. WILSON ? DOZIER,
To the^Defendant, JAMES J." PERKINS : '
notice that the summons in thia action, of w
'the foregoing la a copy, with complaint anne
wai flied w the-offlce of the Clerk ef the Cou
Common Fleas, at Georgetown, in the Conn
Georgetown'and State of South Carolina, Ol
ninth day ef June, 1871.
WILSON A DOZIER,
. . - Plaintiffs1 Attorneys
. janlB-ms Georgetown, S.
?aT- THE STATE OF SOUTH CARC
NA, COUNT V OF GEORGETOWN-Court of C
mon Pleas.-THOMAS W. EVAN*, RIOHAR
GARDNER, WILLIAM R. HUTCHISON, and t
LIAM B. MILTON, Partners under the firm n
of EVANS, GARDNER A CO., Plaintiffs, aga
JAMES J. PERRINS, Dafendant.-Copy . S
?mons for Money Demand.-[Complaint
To JAMBS J. PERKINS, Defendant in
action: You ure hareby summoned and requ,
to answer the complaint in this action, wi
was flied ia the office of the Clerk or the Com
Common Pleas for the said County, on the
day of June, 1871, and to serve a copy of your
awer on the subscribers at their office; Gem
town, S. C., within twenty days after the ser
or this summons on you, exclusive of th? day
' LT yon rall to answer tins 'complaint within
time aforesaid, the pl tin tiffs will take jadgn
against you for the sum of nineteen hundred t
thirty-sight 63-100 dollars, with interest at
rate of seven per cent, per annum from the tt
day of February, one thousand eight hand
and seventy, and costs.
Dated May 30,1871.
Georgetown, S. I
To the Defendant, JAMES J. PERKINS: T
notice that the anmmons in this- action, of wt
the foregoing is a copy, was flied in the- offto
the Clerk of the Court of Common Plea?,
Georgetown, In the County of Georgetown, In
State of South Carolina, on the 9th day of Jun?
WILSON A DOZJfR,
Jonl9-m8_Georgetown. S. (
j-fi^-BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-TI.
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls the best in-the looria-?]
rectiy harmless, reliable and,Instantaneous.
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or jopa
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a spleuoid Bl
or Natural Brown. Does pot stain the skin,
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. '
ooJy Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Dr
gists. Factory No. ie BOLd street, New York.
; READ CAREFULLY
FEVER AND AGUE,
tne only preventive known for Chills and Fe
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnappt
WOLFE'S. SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Ia good fpr Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for all Kidney and Bladder Complain
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used ali ever the World by Physicians m th
. WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for Gout,
WOI FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS .
lg good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
la recommended by ail the Medical Facult;
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Colic and pam in the stomach
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS..
l?Jin:ta:ed and counterfeited, and purchasers v
have to ute caution .n purchasing,
neg -leave to call the attention of tne rcauer
testimonials m favor ul Ute Schnappe:
1 feel bound to say that 1 regard your SCHNAJ
us Seing lu every respect preirulnently pure, a
jeservtug of medical patronage. At all events
t's the purest possible article of Holland gin. bei
rofore unootainab?e, auo as such may be taft
prescribid bj physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New YorK.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
- i fee!?hat we have now on article of gln.su
?ble for suca case? as that remedy ls adapted t
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
' ..Schnapps'1 is a remedy in chronic catarrh
I take great pleasure la bearing highly credi
able testimony to its eitrcacy. as a remedialagei
ia the diseases, for walch yon recommend ?1
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sc
faces, with a slight degree ol stimulation.. I r
gard it aa one or the most important remedies:
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those
the genito-urinary apparatus. With much r
spect, your obedient servant,
JCHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
>'C. 26 TINE STREET, 5. Y.. NOV. 21,1867.
CnoLrao W?LFE. ESQ., Presera: DEAR SIB
. have made a chemical examination of a samp:
of your '-Schiedam Schnapps,"' with the Intent, <
determining ir any foreign or injurious substanc
nad been added TD the elniple distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted in the cpnclnslo
that the sample contained co poisonous or ham
fol admixtures. J have been tmahle to dlscove
any '.race of the deleterious substanceE whic
are sometimes employed in the ar'-n'-teration c
liquors. 1 woul'i not hesitate to use myseir, no
to recommend *.o others, .'or medicinal' purpose
the . -Schiedam Schnapps-' as an excellent an<
uoob^itiocable variety of gin. Very respectful!;
yours. (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY,.!
16 EXCHANGE PLACE, N. Y., NOV. 25, 1867. j
UDOLPHO "WOLFE, Esq. : DBAB SIR-The nndei
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed i
sample o; yonr -Aromatic Schiedam Schappa,'
selected by ourselves, and have foimd the sam?
free from ah organic ci inorganic 6ubs? anees
more or less injurious to health. From the resol
or our examination we consider tne article one o
superior onallty. healthful aa a beverage, anc
enectca: In its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRLPPEL, Chemist.
FRANOIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
J For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
gl9lB* UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
I marSl-3m03 No. 22 BEAVER STREET, ?. Y,
Curium Sales--(Erji? Slap.
mHI8 PAT, MONDAY, 19TH, AT No. 140
JL Meeting BI re-1, at 10 o'clock,
20 Cozen assorted sets TABLE CUTLERY, 40
dozen Plantation Straw Hats, Mirrors, Crockery,
Fairbanks'B Scales, Notions, and Sundries.
Sale every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRI?
DAY. Goods received np to hon r of sale.. J onl9
Urinion dales-?atare Ham
Bj^JOHjTSrMJiXNOR & CO.
Q?PER i-i FANCY CHECK AND WHITE
TO MORROW, 20th Inst., at half-past io o'clock,
we wal sell, at onr Store, No. 136 Meetlngistreet,
30 pieces FANCY 4-4 CANTt/N MATTING
80 pieces Check 4-4 Canten Ma?ting
36 pieces White 4-4 Canton Matting.
AT PRIT-TS SALK,
SOO pieces 8 4 WHITE MOSQUITO GAUZE. .
By MACQUEEN & RIECK E.
UNDER ^-FORECLOSURE. OF MORT?
Will be Bold on WEDNESDAY, the 2ist day of
Jone. 1871, at lo^'cioet A. M., a; the old Eakery
Stand, No. 88 East Bay.
The remaining stock of a well kept Bakery, con?
sisting of BARING MACHINES, Pans, Ovens,
Benches, Baking Utensils, Store Futures, and
the stock to trade. < .
? Terras cash.___ Jnnl7
PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS IN MOUNT
By virtue of sundry tax execution? to -me di?
rected, I will sell at Public Auction, at. the foot
Of Ferry Wharr, in Mount Pleasant, on MONDAY,
the29th Jane, at ll o'clock A. M.; -.
r A LEASE, not exceeding seven years, of a
nam ber of Houses and Lots and Vacant Lots, In
the said tewn, thelf i location and dimensions to
be described at the time of the sale. Levied on
and tobe sold for taxes due the said town by
the following persons and for amounts opposite
site their respective names:
Estate M. Bennett, $616 . v.
Estate E. H. Jervey, $12 80
Estate J. Michell, $4 65
. Estate W. Morrison, $819
Estate J. M. Bryan, $9 91
- Estate Mrs. O'Hara. $3 09
Estate Wm. Hyams, $3 91
Estate J. P."Labord, $391 '
Est?t; James Labor ri, $8 21
Estate James Archer, 1869, $319; 1 tK 0ft
Est?te James Archer, 1870, $2 71, J *?
Estate August Guela, $2 96
Estate U. iL,leaos, $2 71
Estate A. C. Phln, $G 07
Estate J. C. Miller, $416.
R, C. JERVET,
Janl8-tnthm8 Marshal Town Monnt Pleasant.
Sanqa ?ooos, Vt.
Immf?, READ THUTT
'^~^\-ifk'riMSto?. Ly waterproof. Pro
fi ??r^i^mmB?m wets clothlDg; retains
SW 'ififflRffl Llnen Diapers; avoids
B j??'' 1 Pinn; permits clrcnli
m wWlm m ,lun or ***'. Recom?
i?'' *Qii\r m nueo'led by physicians
-r? / \\ A and 811 mothers whose
' lr ?o / 1 \cf % children have worn
F J hi \ m tnem- Made in four
* / #%.\~ wi sizes: lsmali^Bt; 4
fe^'iCP/ / V largest. Price $1.
O^./ Malled free. Address
??Pr F. VON S ANT EN, No.
229 King street, Charleston, f. C., Dealer In all
kinds of RUBBER GOODS, such as Rubber Sheet
log, white and black Air Pillows, Air and Water
Beds, Hospital Cushions. Bandage Gum, Rubber
Clothing, Piano Covers, Door M ats. Ac, Ac, and
Importer of Fancy Goods, foys and Fireworks. .
jnno-smos * ?i
JO S E P~H MURRAY/
No. 109 EAST BAT, NEAR BBOAD STRIKT. .
mayifl_. .- . . . t
Jj! EEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Vf ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
NOS. 102 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Communion and Forwarding Merchant,
So. 209 East Bay. OtorjeagOjL s. O. awria-3mo9
1 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STlTOfc
are thc best m nse. *
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay
mente, ou easy terms, or for cash. All tinda .>
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, ?w?lit
i black and colored,) Silk. 0:1, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples xi
wart sent on application.
" D. B. HASELTON,
Geaeic' "eater' Uf'PlIHC Class sewing Ma
chines ana Material, No. 307 Klug street,
auj:17 Charleston. S. 0
?hrngs ario ffli?innes.
Just received u Une assortment
Surgeon's Sponge, Ac, Ac
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
may 15 Vo. 131 Meeting street.
For your Children, use rion? other than the
. GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
Mit contains no Anodyne, For sale by th
anuracturer, . 1. DR. H. BAB lt.
Aod alHQ to be had at all Drug btores
'AND IRON PILLS.
Pnr sale bv DB* H. BAER,
ianis No. 131 Meeting street
PROFESSOR B?RGER'S BED-BUC
Costar* INSECT POWDER '
Gleutworth'a Roacii Extermmator
COBtar'tf Rat Poison
Isaacsen'sSure Pcp-Death to Mnaqultoes.
Fo* sale by DR. H. BAEK,
w7 ' No. 131 Meeting swe?
FINE FRENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
For sale, in quantities to suit PT?^T^
mayj5_No. 131 Meeting street.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They a- P^ WRSr^^- fftS? ni
best in use. For sale by Dr. B. BAER,
No. -ia Meetmg street.
JJELMBOLD'S B. TJCHU!
Helmbold's Rose Wash
Hembold's Catawba Grape Pills
For sale by Du. H. BAER,
mayio_No. 131 Meetmg street
gIR JAMES CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS
These PILLS have long been used both in Ores
Britain and Mils country, and arc the best ortbei
kind in the market.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
apria No. 131 Meeting street.
g THE PLACE FOB LOW ffJU^gS... A
ST?R S#ft? S,
Flt, Quahty and Work Guaranteed^
fy Latest New York" and London Cats, mm
Order your shirts now, .before the hot
Q S^R SHIRTS. I
. Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Night Shirts. ?j
* - STAR^HIRTS. :,/
Made to Orders and-Beady-Made. ..4
T STAR SH!|irs;:
At less price than any other: Ont claaa?.. i
"hothei''" ":?- . vr. ?io'>iv <?
. s . . n?mi util uuaiitnm
mma Min's Fmrnlsatii?? Goods at '"?"-i"
? s-rAR- .SORT'S. . s
.SCOTT'S EBIR'P'flMPbHIUlIi 1?0 fj :.
?T?rs^^;v . -- ;
Meeting stree;, opposite Market, .
S stA? -S?RTS. , , 8
- 5 nm m cr ?l t G orrs.
JTJO! FOR THE MOUNTAINS I
CESAR'S HEAD "HOTEL, ^
BL TTE RIDGE M O UN T A I NS",/""".
JOHN McD. CARSON, Proprietor, is now open,''
and ready for the reception: of guests. Having
made many improvements as to accommodations,
roads, Ac, and secured an* efficient corps or ser?
vants, Including Laundresses, ic, the Ppopr;etor.
hopes to merit a continuance of the liberal pa?
tronage extended to him the last Season. '. '
RATBS OP BOARD.-Per day, $2; per week, $10;
per month, $32. . . : mny22-?m4 .
H ? E L.E.S.T O ".
OOHKBK BROAD STRSBT AKD EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS In the United States.
WALKER, EV.?.Sb it GOOS WE LU
\t THE. LATEST STYLES:
particular attention ls invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT - STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, Jost received and opened.
' i - . . AT .**
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. ?QI KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. r?7 KING STREET-.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET. ? ?
All the newest and most exquisite designs hs
Jewelry, comprising^, -
\ ? Leoni mi;; opei a, ?sa? ?AU ? UBl"T?HAIWB;.BetJ ;
t ^fngs, Diamond Rings; Gent's. Pins, Pearl and;
. Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand oi made to order; Sleeve Battons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and.Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, ia Gold and,Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, (Thanhs and Masonic
. Pins, Gloye Banda, ?t 1
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING . ST?BET,
A few doors above Wentworth street'
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Noa. 605 and 6eT BROADWAY, N. Y.
WILL FURNISH ' ?
STERLING SILVER -FORKS AND SPOONS
. .< ii,.? .-.?.?. .?. -.?*.: .? ti. .:...>?>;
In quantity, at _
$175 GOLD PEE OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior in beauty
of finish, and greater ia variety of pattern, to any .
? LABOR STOGX OF
.WED DI NG SI L YEE
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
innrs-ivr '. "_'
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