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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON 4 CO..
No. US East Bay, Charleston, S.C. '
Wit $h*tkpUn %tm.
TUESDAY, JDNH 20, 1871.
NEWS pr THE DAY.
. - _
-Gold closed in New York yesterday, at
-Cotton closed firm but quiet at 21 cents;
nales 3040. bales..'
-In Liverpool cotton closed buoyant: up
land?8^ 0rleans*8ja8jd; sales 25,000 bales.
-The United States and Canada now have
6942 newspapers and peri?dicas.
-Valparaiso, in Chili, bas a German news?
paper-"Deutsche Nachrichten tor S?dameri?
ka. * ?
-After July 1st the pay of private soi?>rs
in the Un Red States army ls to b? ti.? a
-There were manufactured in the United
States last year over half a million sewing
-Aloys Sennefelder, of Munich, was the
inventor of the lithographic art. On the 5th
of November next the people of that city wllf
Celebrate the centenary of his birth. ,
-The schools in MHwaukie, Wisconsin, are
attended by 7635 pupils, 35?6 of whom study
German, which is taught In all the schools
-The father ol Dr. Bollinger, whose protest
against Papal infallibility has lately made con?
siderable noise in the'world, was a distin?
guished professor of anatomy and physiology
in the beginning of the present century.
-The brother of Heinrich Heine is the pro?
prietor of a very prosper?os journal in Vienna,
the possessor of at: ample fortune, and trie'
hearer of a title conferred on -him by the Em?
peror ol" Austria. He baa, ft Ia aaJd^^aaj-of
his deceased brother's wit or genius, which
may partially account for his success. .
-The German Reichstag has, .passed the*
military pension bill, which provides for ade?
quate compensations and pensions to those
officers and soldiers who -have been wheily
or partially incapac -'n'ted for work by wounds
received or diseases contracted during the
-Intelligence from Persia gives the curious
piece of information that, owing toJLe great
?SLuTering noKvpre vailing in that country .from"
Amine, and the stagnation in all departments
of. trade, Gypsy tribes there, who suffer. wrttL.
the rest, are selling their young wemen, who
. are remarkable for their personal charms, at
prices ranging from five dallara upwards.
-Sad, but cheap. *
-Professor Frederick von Raumer, t>f the_
University o? Berlin, now over 90 years of age?
has only recently consented to oe relieved of"
the activo ' du'le?- of tax. -chair. .Se ^iL-njpt ,
lecture again. The'Baron, lt will be remem
b er ed,is a distinguished historian, and" vi&'-ted
this country some thirty years age. * Beth 1
Chariestorhand.Coltimbia are'honorably men?
tioned in bia work on America.'
-Among the princesses of Europe the Em?
press ot Russia and the Princess Frederick
Charles are the beet painters, the Princess of
Wales, the best performer on the piano, the
Queen of Holland the best poet and author,
tho 'Bmpro-JO i i>f Oui mau.) j thu bout w?i mm?
tlonallst,- the. Empresa of Austria .i?e 'Mat-leek:-"
ing lady, and the Quetnriof Deariarkithe^e%
-Notwithstanding the determined effort of
the Commune te. destroy uttedy the col ?ma of
the Place Ver dime, the Versatiles troops, on
their-entry into the cl tj, found In tact.-most of
the pieces of -bronze bas-rorrefs vrhicfl adorned
tho column. As these we re tho -really ?afiiable
?nd interesting relics associated with the col?
umn, iris gratifying to know that they have
been preserved. -The Natta nah Assembly bas
-decreed that' the coltrmn shall .be speedily ,
erected again, and - thus Paris witt once more
rejoice In one 'of her n oblest ajrch rteckyal "
' -A Parie correspondent, w&o visitad the
cemetery of Pere-iarChalse, the scene of th?
last conflict between the Commune and the
VerjOllists, gWesa-learful-.'deserlptlon of the'
apoearance of the spot,- as-he saw it after the
battle. The. monuments taste greatly'* nj a red
by the firing; coffins were broken open, and,
the remains lay scattered over the ground.
'.The recent dead were very numerous, lying In '
-a double Uer on the grasa for many rods, and
covered over with a ooating of lime. There
were many women among them, and faces,
the ferocity of which, he sold, made one sick
to look upon them. '
-The German Government has constant spf
plication for pieces of the captured French'
guns, out ol' which to Cast church' bells. So
numerous are these requests that the Emperor
nae given orders that tiie metal shall be fur?
nished oily to nuch co raman Ules asare too
poor to purchase a bell for their churches, and
to buildings of national Importance, such as
Cathedrals. A captured mitrailleur has been
shipped from Berlin to the-Germans of San.
Francisco, In answer to their special request,'
in return for'the large sum ol money which
they transmitted to Germany tor ther benefit of
the Goonan wounded, widows and orphans.
T^b French guns Were also g!ven-to M. Yon
Boon, lUe Prussian Minister of War, by the Em?
peror, as a mark ot the latter's regard and ap?
preciation of his services.
-Now that the war between '.'rance and
Prussia ls over, the German heroes who car?
ried away from the occupied French districts
such war . -trophies" as clocks, bronzes, cloth?
ing, gold and silver watches, Jewelry and
other handy relies, whereby to remember the
days ol'conflict, will be compelled, by official
d?cree, to surrender these articles to the Ger?
man authorities. Rigorous search will be
madewhere.it is suspected that articles are
concealed. Only articles taken on the battle
field qr Iq arsenals will be permitted to re?
main in private possession aa souvenirs of the
campaign, and even these will have to be paid
for at a valuation to be fixed by the authori?
ties. It ls not stated, however; that these
captured spoils are to be restored to their
-Count Moltke has written a letter on the
German successes, addressed to the poetOscar
Von Redwltz, who dedicated to him his "Song,
o? the New German Empire." Count Moltfce
says : "To the poet it ls permitted to be prodi?
gal. He sows with full hands-diamonds and
pearls, the itera of Heaven and. the flowers of
the earth, and .in the same spirit he bestows
his praises. lu this sense only can. I receiver
_your song comparing me to the great men of
the past. These have been great also rn ad?
versity, and especially In adversity. We nave
had nothing' but successes. Let lt be called
chance, destiny, fortune, or the ways ot Provi?
dence-men alone have not done it. Conquests
so great are essentially the result of a state of
things which we can oekJ^r create nor domi?
nate. TJie^Sl^eij^qu^^nfortunate Pope
.?Sdrian^had the fqfebwing Words engraved oa?
?'ils to'i?h: 'Hovr d?ferentl? the action of even?
he bes?sof mejifaccording to the times ia
-which he livest Mar* than once the most
OTpa?e*^*nas ifiilled, owing to the invincible
force o? circumstances, while a less capable
has been carried by it to success.' If I see
myself cbTastralnM, not' by a "false and vain
modesty, to consider as not deserved part of
the praises-bestowed on me, I am not the less
Indebted lor them; for verses Uko yours may
last longer than many a bronze or marble
-An English newspaper gives the following
Interesting account of the Bramah lock and"
Its downfall: "Joseph Bramah patented In
1784 a lock contalnlng> series bf slides, -each
of which has.to be pressed down to a certain
position, so as to pass the locking plate, before
the bolt can be moved. Although this Inven?
tion was but the revival of. an ancient Chinese
lock, it proved to be one of the most success?
ful and famous patents in the history of the
trader The look: attained the acme of Its
celebrity during the great exhibition of 1851;
hut it proved to be the presage of its sudden
fall. ,Mr. Bramah had for many years exhib?
ited a lock lp his shop window, in Piccadilly,
attached to which was the offer of a reward of
two hundredgulneas to the inventor of an In?
strument to open lt. Everybody remembers
how this boastful challenge was accepted by
-Hobbs, a young American mechanic who had
come over to the World's Fair, and bow, after
sixteen days of patient effort, he succeeded in
dispelling the fond dream ot an -unplckable'
lock. This astonishing feat-was the great
event of the exhibition, and lt lifted Hobbs
into fame, and. established a new and success?
ful era in the production of locks and keys."
The activity of the various ward3 in the
movement tt? secare a good City Govern?
ment has at length aroused the Radical man?
agers to action. A caucus of these man?
agers bas been called for next Thursday
evening to decide what shall be done. The
list of signers.to the call is largely rn ade up
of the names of. those disinterested gentle?
men from the North who, sacrificing"'the
dearest ties of home apd kindred, bave mag?
nanimously commented to relieve South Caro?
lina of the barden of self-go vero meo t by
gob bli og her-State and Federal o/Hees, and
who seem not-uowilling to lend a helping
?and te. oar good old city in her present
strait. In truth, the caucus is likely to in-'
elude whatever .of brains or respectability
the Radical party in this city can boast; and
we are ready to believe that most o? its
members, heartily sick of living under a mu?
nicipal organization for which nobody bas
any respect, are really desirous to bring
about a change for the better. The action
of the caucus will, therefore, be-looked- for ?
with interest by the citizens at large. Two
problems are to be solved: 1. Whether the
caucus can devise any prac! ic able plan, that
will be acceptable to the mass of the people,
for choosing** Mayor and Aldermen without
a party centest 2'. Whether such a pian, rf
devised,' can obtain ? sufficient support',
atqong the colored voters to reader its sue-*
?ess a reasonable certainty.
Cr> both af these points we must in can?
dor say that we are skeptics. But we shall
be glad indeed-should our doubts turn' out to
be without foundation. "**
The Radical organ, in replying to Borne
remarks in THE NFWS on the City Election,
4o<hrtgw lu Iuulumttfono ai?o*>l?afi?i??-o?^trrrierfc
tBis journal." This is not the first, time that
such inai mia tiona have been made-add we
repel them squarely now, as we repelled
them during the Reform canvass. Tbte ie a
matter on which TUE NEWS has never asked '
or'given "quarter," and our Radical con-,
temporary is very mach mistaken if it fan?
cies that we are going to ask for "quarter"
bow. . . _ _
Tlie Smithsonian Institution.
. For a rna! flrat-class old fogy concern,
give - as the Smithsonian-an institution
whose aim anti end would appear to 'be
?'how not to dolt" "Through the courtesy
of Senator Sawyer, we have just received the
annual report for 1S69. Professor Henry,
the secretary, may be presumed to be a safe
man, determined to have his figures properly
verified. Time certainly is no object with
him. Tour savan who scans the starry hen- -
vens and '''triangulates" the vast immensity
of space, takes no thought of time. So his
work is weil done, what doss it matter '
whether the world gets it two er three years
sooner or tytor? Oar readers pretty general?
ly, we presume, know the origin of this in?
stitution: how a wealthy Englishman named
Smithson, about twenty years ago, bequeath?
ed bis vast fortune, consisting of over $700,
000, to the United States of America, to
found at Washington an establishment "for
"the increase and diffusion of knowledge
"among i. n;" also how this splendid en?
dowment has been frittered away, year after
year,- doing little, if any good, beyond issu?
ing a ponderous volume every twelve months,
which makes the tour of the country in Uncle
Sam's, canvas mail bags, dead-headed by
the Honorable Members and Senators. This
"Pub. Doc," like ail its sistersandbrotbers,
is put on the top shelf of the library; or else,
and this by no means unfrequently, finds its
way to the junkshop, to be boiled down into
pulp and reappear on this mundane stage in
the form of wrapping paper or pasteboard.
And yet we would not-be understood a3 re?
flecting on the .labors of Professor Joseph
Henry; for a more accomplished, conscien?
tious and pains-taking man,of science is not
to be found in the United States. The fault
lies.in the organization, and in the Board of
Regents. A great deal of its energy has
been frittered away in laboriously doing very
trifling tbidgs-"breaking a butterfly on the
"wheel"-conducting the "international.ex
"changes"-that is sending a "public docu
"ment" to Austria, France, or England,.and
receiving in exchange a "Yellow," "Red" or
"Blue" Book. To be sure, this is diffusing
knowledge am eng men, that is, after a fash
ion. How long it will take, by this process,
to get the little knowledge now in the pos?
session of the world generally diffused, we
are unable to say; but, we doubt not, that
the pundits- of the Smithsonian, with the
?help of Babbage's Logarithms, might work
it out to the seventh decimal," say in the
course of about four hundred and thirty-seven
The income of the fund, during 1869, was
$49,515-the capital being at present $710,
200 80- Buring 1869, the following "quarto
"publications" were printed by the Institu
Thc Ctty Election.
tion : 1. Qa the.-Gray Substance JWMfcj
dulla Obfiingatirand Trapeziur?^^r?
Vwt, M. Ii. 2. On th?jjl?rbLt^rjgj Phci.oni
engjof i?teofirFirTOal6 B^'.J?ly-?&,"*
18$, by^rofe?or Jjjj?. Cjffinj|rjL.tt %
rto? A. Gould. 4. The Indians of Cape
Flattery, at the entrance of the Strait of
Fuca, Washington Territory, by J. G. Swan.
5. Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity of
the Haman Family, by Lewis H. Morgan.
6. On the Gliddon Mammy case in the Mu?
seum of the Smithsonian Institution, by
Ch'as. Pickering. 7. A uew edition of Brew?
er's North Americai. Oology. The eminently
conservative character of the Smithsonian
will be observed in all these. No "new de?
parture" here-all "old-issues." In addi?
tion to the above-mentioned quartos', the In?
stitution als? published a few "octavos," of
even less importance or interest
There are in connection with the Institu?
tion a library, a museum and art gallery,
which occupy much of the attention of its
officers. The National Museum is getting to
be a huge affair, the catalogue already
counting 158,682.entries; 16,265 of which
were made in 1869.
Apropos of the recent ovation to Professor
Morse, it may not be known to many of our
readers that Professor Henry is entitled to a'
large share of the honor of the invention of
telegraphy. Long before Professor Morse
took the matter in hand, Professor Henry,
then of Princeton -College, in New Jersey,
had his poles and wires, and sent messages
all over the college campus. This we have
from gentlemen in this State who were stu*
dents at the college at the time. Honor to
whom honor is due.
. GLOVER-HERIOT,-At Mount Pleasant, Christ
Ohnrch Parish, at the residence of the bride's
father, on Wednesday, 7th June, 1871, by the Rev;
w. B, w. Howe, Assistant Bishop elect of the Dio?
cese of South Carolina, Lours F. OLOTCB, or
Orangebnrg, S. G., to HENRIETTA ALICK, third
f-augiiter of Benjamin Ck Heriot, Esq., of Charles-,
ton, S. 0. . '
BAILEY-DAVIDSON.-In New Orleans, Tues?
day. Jane 8th, 1871. by the Rev. Dr. B. M. Palmer,
ELIZABETH JAKMBTTS, daughter of John David?
son, Esq., to CHAS. U. BAILEY, of Edisto Isla ad,
South Carolina. *
. -funeral Notices.
ANCE8 Of Mr. WU. J. RICHARDSON and family,
as also those or Mr. J. o. Adams ana family, are
invited to attend the Panerai or Mr. WM. Si
RICHARDSON, - at his late residence, Calder
House, Tura MORNING, at 9 o'clock. Jun20-*
? HALLx-Departed thia life o a the io th Instant,
Mrs. J AVE HALL, In the 82d year of her age.
pm* H?R FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES, also those of-Mr. and Mrs'. R. Tho ml in -
son, are-respectfully, lu vi ted to at t ead her Funeral
Services, at the First Presbyterian Church, Meet?
ing street, at half-past s o'clock THIS AETRRNOON.
J un 20
COOPER.-Died, at the residence of L. W.
Spratt, on the 19thinstant. Mrs. MARV COOPER,
relict of Nathaniel Coop&vlnthe $?Lb year of her
. pm* BER FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT
AKCES, and those of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Spratt,
are respectfully Invited to attend her Manaral
Sesvloes, at the Cul ta nan Church, THIS, AFTER- ?
KOOK, at 6 o'clock. - JuaSO
, CHUR?t? IN AMBRICA.-A very interesting -Ser?
vice wlU be Aeld tn '?lou OUuvco, Catho au street,
on WaoNlSDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, la which
Rev. Bishop R. H. VANDERHORST will deliver an..
address. The public are Invited to attend.
jar-SPECIAL NOTICE.--THE DNDER
sicxEO i-CTpscfiruii} laTOTrnVMilo" cttHiOhfefS Ohd'
those wishing to patronize him, that he ts now
prepared* to take orders for GROCERIES at thejr
residences, haying a book for the purpose. Orders
will be taren on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and
goods delivered to any part of the city free of
charge. . FRANCIS L. n'NEILL,
j anio No. 288 King Street.
pm* OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION4, FOR THE BENE?
FIT OFTHE FSEE SCHOOL PUNDANO. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-OHARLESTQN, JJTNE 19, 1871.-" .
Official Raffled Numbers OT the Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
Behool Fund ':
CLASS No. 39-MORNING. *
29- 8-42-1-24.-13-46 -59-39 -57-7T-31.
CLASS No. 40-EVENING.
73-16- 8"-3fr-30-23-44-56-41-2- -27-54.
As witness our hand this l9:h day of June, 1871,
" FEWnteOK; '. i
may20 Sworn Commissioners.
pm* MESSRS. EDI I ORS-PLEASE AN
NODNCE as a candidate toi Mayor, a! the next I
Municipal Election, th? name of General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblige '".
mayir A FRIEND TO REFORM, i
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4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
6. SPfBUATORRHOSA. .
8. ABUSES OF THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS.
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healthtand clearness of Intellect. Nor ls this all.
Beauty of person cannot co-exist with an un?
natural condition of the boweis. A free passage
of the refuse matter of the system through these
natural waste pipes 1B as necessary to the ptrlty
of the body as the free passage of the orjal of a
city through Its sewers ls necessary to the health
of its Inhabitants. - -
Indigestion ls the primary cause of most of the '
diseases of the discharging orjzausj and one of Its
most common results ls constipation. This com?
plaint, besides being dangerous In Itself, has,
many disagreeable concomitants-such as an un?
pleasant breath, a sallow skin, contaminating
blood and blPe, hemorrhoids, headache, I033 of
memory, and general debility.
HuSTETTElt'S STOMACH BITTERS remove all
these evils by removing their Immediate cause in
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inert and enervated stomach, relieves the alimen?
tary canal of Its obstructions, and gives tone to
the membrane which Unes it, gently stimulates
the liver, braces the nervjes, and cheers the ani?
mal spirits. Nb other remedy possesses such a
variety or hygienic virtues. It ls to these char?
acteristics that it owes Us prestige as a house?
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ts as harmless as it is efficacious, and hence it
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HOSTETTER'S STOMACIJ BITTERS are sold la
bottles only, and the trade-mark blown In the
glass and engraved on the label ls the t:st of
genuineness. Beware of counterfeits.
~?B?r* cbssiGNj^s\pE R STEA
SBA G?LL, from Ballimore,"are. hereby ni
that she ia TH IS DAT discharging Cargo at Pi
1, ?nibn Wharves. All goods -not.taken' s.v,
Banset w?l remain on wharf at conslp
risk. MORDECAI A CC
JAMBS ADDER, from New York, are notifi?e
she ls discharging cargo THIS DAY, at Ac
Wharf. Goods not called for at sunset wi
pain on the wharf at owners' risk. '
jun?O-r JAMES ADQER A CO., Age
pa-T??? COMPLIMENTARY EX(
SION to the Grand Division, Sons of Tem pei
of south'carolina, given bf Palmetto Div;
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Jun20 .'<-' ;
pa- NOTICE IS- HEREBY Gr
to all Sob-Agents or the Land Commission,
from and after the first day of March, 1871,
will reportall their proceedings'to Hon. i
.CABDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT, C. DE LARGE, L. ?. S. S. C
Columbia, February 28,1871. ' ma
pa- $100,000 IN PBizes i-READ
A FORTUNE MAY BE, YOURS FOR FIVE :
LARS.-Pair, Square and Honest. Aiken?
mium Land Sale. Ninety-four Real Estate P
from $300 to 52?,ooo each. Five hundred
twenty-two Cash Prizes .from $5 to-$1000<
Only 10,000 Shares at $5 each. A Premium
graving worth $5 with each share.. Twenty
donara will secare six engravings, with an e
chance to all* the prizes. Fer shares and
particulars, address J. 0. DERBY, General M
ger, Augusta, Qa.. _ Jt
pt- THE'STATE OF SOUTH CA
LLNA-BEAUFORT COUNTY.-Gourt Of Com
Pleaa, Second '.Circuit.- JOHN H. SCRE1
Guardian Of HARRIET A. GADSDEN; PlaH
against FREDERICK LANG BALLE, aa Hei
Law Of DAVID M.,LANGBALLE, Deceased,
fendant.- Summons for Relief. '
To the Defendant above mentioned: Yon
hereby required and summoned to answer
complaint in this action, of which a copy
flied in ?he office or the Clerk cf the boar
Oommon Pleas for the County of Beaufort, it
State aforesaid*, on the ninth day or May, 1
and to serve a copy of your answer on the i
scrlbers, at'their office, In Beaufort, South C
lina, within twenty days after the service of
summons upon you, exclusive of the day of
vice. .If you rah to answer the complaint wi
that n mt>, the Plain tin* will apply to the Court
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Beaufort, May Otb, 18T1.
BELL A BARNWELL,
To the D. rendant, FREDERICK LANG BAL
Take notice that the summons In this action
whlch>the foregoing ls a oopy, with complaint
nezed. was-fl.ed in the Office of the Clerk or
Court or Common Pl eas, for the County of Beau r
in the State aibreiala, on th8*9th day of May, 1
The Objector -said action ls the Foreclesore t
Mortgage of Real. Properly, in this State, axeon
by DAVID M. LANGBALLE to the Plaintiff;
the 11th day or Joly, I860.
Dated Beaufort, So. Ca., Hay otb, 1871.
BELL A BARNWELL,
may l6-tu6 Plaintiff's Attorneyi
pa- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY
The Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Society i
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his off!
No. 6? East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wahrt. ?
payment af Two Dollars will constitue a perso
member for one y ear. Bibles are kept Ott ha
fdr distribution. The Society has one Coiner te
in the field, and solicits aid to Introduce anoth
Persons interested in Ure work or Seeking rurti
information will please call on the Tr?aaurer.
; I. M. ROBSON,
apraa-emos Treasurer 0. B. G
pa- READ CAREFUL L-l
FEVER A NO, AGUE,
rae only preventive known-for Chills and Fe*?
is the ase of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
"TV ? ^Tg?odJ?Y Dyspepsia.
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m Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
is good for - all 'Kidney and Bladder complain:
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls wed ali over the World bf. Physicians In tbi
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
la good for Gout
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
It good for ail Urinary complaints. >
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAif SCHNAPPS
la recommended by ali. the Medical Faculty
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM. SCHNAPPS
ls good'for Colic and pain In the" stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls imitai ed-and counterfeited^ and purchasers w
have te use caution in purchasing,
neg leave to call the attention or the reader i
testimonials in favor of the Schnapps:
I feel bound to say that I regard your SCHNAFI
as being lo every respect preeminent]/ pure, ai
deserving of medical patronage At all events
ra the purest possible article of Holland gin, her
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safe!
prescribed try' physlclana
DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
I feel that we have now an.article or gm sui
able for such cases as that remedy ls adapted tc
Da. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" ls. a remedy In chronic catarrhs
I take great pleasure in bearing highly eredlt
able testimony to Its efficacy as a remedial agen
In the diseases for which you recommend lt
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sm
races, with a slight degree or stimulation, I re
gaxd lt as one or the most Important remedies ii
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those o
the genlto-urlnary apparatus. With much re
spect, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. 26 PINK STREET, N. Y., NOV. 21,1867.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAS SIB-:
have made a chemical examination or a samph
or your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the Intent o
determining if any forelgnor injurious substancc
had been added to the simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted In the conclusion
that thc sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which
are sometimes employed in the adulteration o?
liquors. I would not hesitate to use myself, nor
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the ''Schiedam Schnapps" as an excellent and
unobjectionable variety or gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist,
CHEMICAL AKO TECHNICAL LABORATORY. )
18 EXCUANOE PLACE, N. Y., Nov. 2i, 1S67. j
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample ol your "Aromatic Schiedam SchappB,"
selected by ourselves, and have round the same
tree from all organic or inorganic substances,
more or less injurions to health. From the result
of our examination we consider the article one of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
eflectual in Us medicinal qualitlea
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist,
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
majagmoa yo. 22 BEAVER STREET, a. Y. .
pa- GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
ABUSES which Interfere with MARRIAGE-with
sure means or relief for the Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free, in seal?
ed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
mayl3-3mo?, . .
By order af E! HSR. S W. w. SIMONS,?
PALMITO DIVISION, SONS OF 1
PBRANCE.-A Public Temperance Me
will beheld at the Seoond Prestar?an, .Ct
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at hair-past 8 o'c
Tbe public generally are invited to attend.
: Jang_. .
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Stockholders .of the Farmers' Fert
Company of South Carolina will be held on 1
OAT EVENING, 20th instant, at 8 o'clock, at
Rooms of the Board of Trade.
Jun20 A. H. MAZYCK, Treasui
JUBILEE OF POPE PIUS IX-'
committee appointed from 'the dtftl
Catholic -Churches io make arrangements rb
above Festival, are requested to meet
(Tuesday) EVEKING, at 8 o'clock, In the inai
Hall. The attendance of every member ls <
estly requested. RET. F. J. SHADLER
INDEPENDENT DR AM ATI C OLU
Attend a Meeting at your Hall, THIS EVKJ
at half-past 8 o'clock.
By order of the President.'
Jnn20* : L. FRANK, Secreta
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB.-'
Regular Quarterly Meeting di your
will be held THIS EVENING, June 20th, at tl?
Freundschaftsbnnd Hall, Society stree;,,
.o'clock. Members will come prepared to paj
By order of J. F. HUNT, President.
Jno2Q _Secretary amt Treasor
.TTTANTED, A COMPETENT HOI
' YV SERVANT. Apply at*northwest corn
Vanderhorst and Thomas streets. JanflO
TTTANTED, A COLORED BOY,
-VT TWEEN 12 and-18 years of age. App
.ftarpilua Club, Meetlog street._Jon20
TTT ANTED, AT No. 18 MEET]
IT street, a maid .to do part or the fa
washing. Goad recommendations required.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG G:
XX wisher a situation ia a respectable fai
as seamstress, and understands dressmak
Inqnli e at No. 20 Mazyck street._Jnn2Q
TTTANTED, A. RESPECTABLE WOM.
VV white or'colored, to cook. Must un
stand a range and be well-recommended. A]
at No. 2 Church street. _junft)
TTTANTED, A GOOD COOK, MALE
VT .Female, for a small family ; also, a Ch
I bermald who fa a good seamstress. Apply to
28'Qeorge street. _._ jnnao
TT7ANTED, A WILLING, POLITE A
I VT ffttenttveyouBg man. Apply, with g
reference, at the southwest corner ol Meeting
Market streets. . Jnne2Q
TTTANTED. AN EXPERIENCED BOC
YT KEEPER, convenant with Commlsi
and Cotton Factorage Bnsioess; single gentler
desired. olviDg good refoMnoea wttta terras,
dress HUGH R. -BANES, Jr., Waco, McLen
TTOUSE WANTED.-A BWELLC
XX oT/our or six Rooms, with .out Build tr
cistern and good yard, about ten or fifteen n
ates walk from tue Old Pcetofflce, ls wanted b
reliable tenant. .Address ''Lessee,'' DAILY Nj
TTTANTED, A SERVANT, (ELDER
YT MAN preferred,) to take care of .a ho
and buggy. Apply at<hls office._fonlO-2
J TT7"ANTED, *A FEMALE HOUSE SI
VT VANT. Recommendationsrequired. Ap
at the Southeast corner of Ring and sar
retreats. t . . ~ Jun]
A NEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY AI
J\, SIRABLE tenant, who would take a th
oi?nve years' lease at a moderate rent. Must
In western part of Ute etty or near the Batte
Address, with fall partlcu'.BTS, BETA, office
A YOUNG LADY WISHES THE SI
J\_ CATION-or Governess. Will teach Bag:
and the rudiments of Music. Address "D.,"DAJ
TTTANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKE'
VT la the Land and Immigration Associ?t)
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK,* GARY A <
I Tickets now ready Will be glad to see my f dec
at Mr. E. M. MORELAND'S office. No. 29 Bro
street. EBEN COFFIN, SUb Atjent. _ may2!
.AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTC1
XX wanta a situation; ls acquainted with ?
Goods and Groceries; ls a aced Accountant, a
wining to make biuuuir generally 'iflnfnl_u
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Orri
or THE NEWS. . * ? ' ? m?yii
I JJL. PLANTATION, on Roc)(y Creek Swan;
Oraugeburg District, south carolina, 15 mil
from Blackville, on Sooth Carolina Railroad-, a
?gusta Branch, and IS ml:ea from Orangebu
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charit
ton and Augusta an.? Charleston and Colara!
y Railroads, .containing 192& acres of land. 238
which ls Cleared and undergood fences; about
acres more chared, but not under fence-all
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; tl
balance 1B first class Timber Land.
' A first-class Circular Saw Mill fwater,) In ord
I for Immediate ase, on a constant stream. . Lui
I ber to hand, and can be rafted td Obarleetc
from the Mill. Also, ? good Grist Kill. ? Has
I comfortable house with Bbc (61 room?, outbntl
Ings aj? In good condition, stables, barn, Ac, si
J (6) framed negro houses In good order. It all
nia a Marl Bed-en lt wa cs makes it very adva
togeous to agricultural purposes for making m
nureB, Ac The best of titles cab be given. Ai
I Information either In writing os lu person can I
bad by application to Dr. ti, BAEB, No. 131 Mee
lng street, Charleston, S. C. - r ' Jonis
TTIOR SALE, AN ELEGANT -SEVE
JP OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, recent
manufactured. R.M. MARSHALL A BRO., Hr
kata. No. 33 Broad street._Juno
TTIOR SALE, SEVERAI^EWING .Mi
X. CHINES, or good quality*;" which are flffere
I ;:haap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, betwee
Meeting aud Church streets._febU
LTTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLI
I Y T NEWSPAPERS in large cr small qnanuttsi
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply ai tb
I office ofJPHE NEWS. _mayl8
I VTEWBPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
131 TY-of the above. Apply at Board of Trad
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street._novip-tn
A BARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS ANI
XX BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Fram
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for*cash.- Is nearl.
new, cats 28 Inches, and bas an extra knife. N
'charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TB
NEWS Job Office mar22
X TED ROOMS, and Board, if desired, in a pr I
vate family, at No. 147 Calhoun street.
r-RO RENT, TWO OR MORE .ROOMS
X ' furnished or not furnished. Large eisten
on premises. Apply at No. ii Pitt street.
PIANO TO RENT -A FINE 7 pGTAVI
Rosewood Plano, Knabe's make. Apply ai
To RENT, A COMFORTABLE DWELL
LNG HOUSE No. 218 Coming street, above
Bogard street, containing four rooms, kitchen,
gas good cistern and well of water. For term-,
apply to WM. H. DAWSON, Real Estate Agent,
No. 85 Broad.street._Janl2
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderson, S. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, containing six rooms, partially furnished.
Tba garden is in a high state of cultivation, and
tlfe surroundings all that can he desired for sum
j mer comfort and pleasure. From May to October
I there ls not a more agreeable locality In South
Oarollna. Apply to F. G. DE FONTAINE, at th?
Ullis House, or to M., Box loo, Anderson, S. C.
.can be accommodated with geed .board
aud pleasant rooms, on moderate- terms, by ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
1NG also furnished._may 16
HILBEBS HOUSE, No. 284 KING
STREET, between Wentworth and Hasel
streets, within five minutes' walk of the Postoffice
?and principal Business Houses of Meeting aud
Hayue streets, and fifty yards of the City Ball?
way, which communicates with all parts of the
city. Terms, $2 per diem. Special contracts
made on moat .reasonable terms for BOARD by
the week or month for single Gentlemen or Fami?
lies. MRS. B. HILBEBS, Proprietor. jun6-lrao
TRENZOTE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Dr. H. BAER,
1 No. 131 Meeting street.
j a fine selectlonoTi
,.ent grade*. - For In
ADOLPH NIMITZ, .
No. 209 Bast Bay.
?aa-boahalg Prtma ?t****MBJ*MJ)SX8M?. ta ar?
rive per Schooner Ohlmo
8000 bushels Prime White Virginia Corn, to arrive
per Schooner H. G. Bird
8500 bushels Prim? White 'MarylamrtJorn, to ar?
rive per Schooner Willie Martin.
8200 bushels Prime White Western Corn, to arrive
per Schooner Matoaka.
, For sale by HERMANN B CL WINK LE,
jnn20-2 - Kerr's- Wharf. '
TOTTLSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
WILSONS' . *_~~ " Gt?OI?T^
Lieblg's Extrade of Meat
for Infants, In
Small Medium and LargaPots.. ,r? .?s
WILSONS' . ' T GROCERY.
- TP SHRIMP PASTE,
WILSONS* '. GROCERY.
- Anchovy Paste-,
WILSONS' * 6BO0RRY.
WILSONS' ;? GROCERY.
(In Klaas. 1
WILSONS* ~ ' GROOERY.
DEVILLED HAM, "J>MD_
" Devilled Tongue, . -. ...?
WILSONS' *?.? . - GBOOKRY.
Devilled Lobster, ..
WILSONS' . .' . GROCERY.
: Deyllled Turkey. . " .
WILSONS' ' " _ ? GROOERY.
PATE DE FOI GRAS, ?" '
.(Truffles.) ' '
WILSONS' G ROGER Y.
WILSONS' - GROOERY.
PETIT POIS, . ff
(in cans.) _.
WILSONS' . GROCERY.
'. * . (in oana)
WILSONS' . GROCERY.
PEEK FREAN A 00.'S "
WILSO SS* . - GROOERY.
Milk Crackers, (new article:]\ m :
Ginger Wafers, (new article.) v
All Gooda delivered free. No. charge for pack-,
Particular attention to country orders -address
.ed to Box No. 383, Charleston. ' '
fey 7 B..M. MARSHALL ABRO..
Real Estate and Stook Brokers, Bread street;
rjWENTY THOUSAND TX^IiLABS^'
To loan on good-Collaterals.
! jonl6 No. 81 Broad street.
A^TLANTA OTK. BONDS (EIGHTS,)
JANUARY AND JULY COUPONS.
A FIRST-OL ASS 1NVB8TM BK-T SECURITY.
Official exhibit ot the BONDED. DE8T AND AS?
SETS OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GA.:
.Taxable Property. ia, doo. ooo
These are an EIGHT PER OKNT, BOND, the nest
coupon on which is payable Jury i, 1871, at the
National Park Bank, in New York, or over my
counter. A limited number offered for sale by
? A., 0. KAUFMAN,
jami-thfto3 ' No. 26 Broad street.
j^ING/S. MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YORKVLLLE, 8. C.
The Sevond Session of the School Year of 18T1
w W'begiB-on tb? la? ar JULY. <
Terms--For School Expenses, L e.. Toltton,
Books, Stationery, -Ac.7lJOA*dtng, Fuel,LightB
and Wash&eg, $l?6 ia casreney, per searlen of
five monthu. t . ?
For circulars containing full particulars, apply
to ' OOLONTTL A. GOW ARD *.
Jun3-stn0 Prlswipatand Proprietor.
REMOVAL.-HAVING REBUILT AND
enlarged our Stores, Noa. 18 and 14 Market
street, opposite State street, we have closed our
Brahch ?tore, ?0. 80 East Bay, and in rutare ow
business will be conduct? only at our old stand
in MARKET STREET. ' _. ' _ -
We shall be pleasod to^ee our friends and cus?
tomers-and the public generally extend to us the
same liberal patronage so extensively bestowed
on us here:ofore. JOHN-CAMPSEN A CO.
juril6-thBtu6 . . . .
MADAME LUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 288 KING
STREET, east aide, between Market and Haa?
rp HE PILGRIM SASH P?LUES,
DISPENSING WITH WEIGHTS AND BOX
PATENT RIGHT SECURED FOR CHARLESTON,
* BEAUFORT AND OOLLETON.
This arrangement can be applied to any old
fashioned wlodcfw, say at a cost of from ts 20 to?
ll 20 pee window, according to condition and
size. Ah ordinary room ol say four windows
fitted up for $12 so. The trade snpnlled with the
fittings for $2 28 per window.
JOHN H. DEVEREUX,
Office Chamber of Commerce Building.
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BUILD?
ER'S DEPOT, No. 91 Church street.
jttnl9 E. M. GRIMKE.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully Informs his rr??nds
and the public that, having refitted the above
Mill with improved Machinery, 1B now prepared
to receive orders for LUMBER of all descriptions,
which will be furnished with dispatch, and at the
lowest market prices. On hand a large stock of
Season-d. Dressed Floa lng, Lining, she vina
and Woather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES, Plast?
ering Laths, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
J-^IME AND LATHS.
1,5M bbls. Fresh LIME
Landing from schooner Frank aad Emily.
CEMENT, Calcined and Land Plaster, Hair, Ac
For sale by OLNEY A CO.,
may22 Noa. ll and 13 Vendue Range.
A lot oMWme PINEAPPLES for sale low, tils
being the last day they will be offered here. Ap
B?JJ? . . .. .. JaMHUaWSUt KEU.T,_.
Janao-r _ No, 1 Boyce's Wharf, g
QAMPSEN MTLT^.-FI^?R' I PLOUB !
200 barrels Choice Western Family FLOUR
200 barrels Chelee western Extra RIoar *
?oo barrels Choice Western super Flour
300 barrels and sacks Campssn Mills Family, Ei?
tra ant?-Su per-Flour L
200 barrels Choice Biters', Family and Extra
For sale at lowest market prices by
JOHW OA MPS EN A-GO.,
FLOUE! ' FLO?S+- FLOUR; !
woo bbla.-. floe,. Super,' Extra and FAULT
' - SERHANy BULWrNKLE,.
Juni-'_- jo ?-_
. -.. .'. - fl 85*tsTj ritftr&i
\J KEY AT $2 H?Pi?liSr. "".t ' 'ja*/'
A 8 P E ?-? A L'T T .r
Highly recommenced fa.- medttilnai and all
other purposes where apure Whiskey ls required.
i S. w. Conier Mdetlng^aad^M^ke*^Kge?*
AUgocAdeflTeredfiraa. " . t .megrai ,
JTATHORS SPBIMJ? WT^T?R ^ *
Bog ;n A Son's DIAMOND SP ARKUNQ CATAWBA
' WINE . rji, ii .......
BUn?ugsr's Old London Dock Qm, Old Tom Gin
A ager ted Frenen Brandy; Fr alta, ln,quart Jars
Asserted French Fruits, lu own juice, put apia .
FrencfiPlokiesilafitncyiars . . . ' >
Indra Currie, in flask*- - v
Yarmouth Bloater Past?, Anchovy Paste foi
French Mustard, In glass pots '
Queen's Olives, Capera; Bordeaux. Olive Ou,
Florence Olive Oil, lu flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Lato w.<S. Corwin & Go.
Jimli ?0.116 Ktogstraat.
WrSW3UTTER, rMTTATIOK ENGLISH
l~l OBEBftftAoi 9) ??'??fy /
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Onotee New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind lift- j
1 ia.tio n English' Cheese, Mild Fae tory Cheese, Pine- \ 1
apple Cheeae,-Yoan g America Cheese, Eldamead
Sap|Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues - ?ad '
Breafc'ast Bacon Stripe, ??oloePickled Beef, Far*
Hy Hg ^Iw^M^jgg^^??^ r?g
I * 8UG ARBOUR ED HAMS. 1 ^ 1 : ' , . ?..
??ffleld'a, American,'- Vfhestphalta, Whitaker,
Extra Stat, Davis's Diamond, att'd Ute celebrate*: ;
While Sugar-cared Champion Hams. . ''
Fur sale by JE. C. BEDFORD, ,
jami - ' * . . vdm*an*XM*m ? )
BBB ME N L? OE B - B
).'-' " . . . .:' mi ?
BKOUfiH al? . Io ---.' rc?
- aC0CHAjajSfir? ALBS
DUBLIN PORTERS" . I'^^^M!WPM
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. ^ *"
' ann . , : . . ? .? No. m>Kiftg street.,
Sto. 388 Elita STREET,
?SIGN'S OF THE OROOOlFT HO??g AND CA?O
.? j 1AN? TEA A^B?fOT,'^ .
Tau can bay for one-dollar aad fifty cents one
Ipound of the very beat YOUNG-HYSON TBA or
.iel.caw flavor and great strength. '
. For thirty cen ta one gallon best quality LIQHT
HOHSEOI?. ?="*.'...'. *
. .For seven ty-a ve coats one gulloa choice Silver . 41
Drip STOUP. '. '? . //
: For three dollars and fifty cents a Japanned Tia i
. CHAMBER SBTr<Mnapo?d.e? ttnee*rttclea, and [
worth five dollars. _;" ^
For Hilf cent? a LOOKING G-?.ASS, whioh any . I
buyer would think cheap at one fallar., .
SXTKNSrVX 8TO0E OF
HOUSE F?U B N I-S fi I N G GOODS,
TWENPTTitTVE PER CENCHEAPER
Than sama quain? good* eiaawaere, .
CROCKERY,- ??.''Ht * .
. GLASSWARE, " .
.r ? - .. . V.. .-. S?5^!0
? RAR0WARS, k
- v - .. J?>.'-..:
WOO BEN WARE and
PLAIN AND- DECORATE? FRENCH OH INA
. . GOQ?S. ,
. ~*K ' .
LI N L EY 'S 0 HE A P 8 T O H I,
No. m King street,
marie-^r''' 'e. .
?3ifleoUt??rnf vf io^artnrrorjqj.
JL/ Notice ls hereby given that the Partnership
Uteiy suDststtag between tfie la'* JOHN CAMP
EH AU? ?RSE8T WALTJEN, O? Ciarle ton. un?
der the fini or JOHN CAM P3 EN A OO MMN Y,
waa d tasolved ea tho I tat doy <.r ?aj. mi, by, the
'deoeas? oj Mr. JOHNr o AMP??HK. The ander
slgoed ls authorized to settle all debts dde to and
hfjheialaPartnarahlp. . ? ' " '
^ ' x ' EINEST WALTJEN,
NOTICE.-The- undersigned wm continue the
Wholesale and Retail GRAIN AND MILLING
BUSINESS. In the City of?Oharleston. under the
name of JOHN OAMPSJ2N A ca, to dato from lat
Instant. CATHARINE CAMPS EN,
(Widow QI sae late J. Oampsen.)
EBNEST WAJjTJEN. - * #
OTiarles ton, June 13,1871 ja nlS-tof imo
?Hitiinerj', Oressmiaking, Ut.
MRS. C. STACKLE^t,
AT HER NEW STORE. ?
No. 297 KING STREBT, *
FORMFRLY, THE DOLLAR STORE.
STOOk CONSISTING OF :
200 cartoons' BONNET TRIMMINGS, Sash, Neck
and Hair Ribbons
loo cases NEW STYLE HATS, ta Straw, Leghorn,
Chip, Cactus Braid apd Neapolitan.
MILLINERY GOODS, la endless variety.
60 cases SUNDOWNS 41
lo cases Magnolias
io cases Gypsy School
teases Sailor Hats
6 cases Minnehaha
COO dosen Chignons, in Jote and Beal ga>
Human Hair, Ourla, Mazes, Ohatallas, Braids,
Ac, Ac._ . ' maya*
jyr- ABAME J^?ZIBR, ?
No. 238 KING STREET, EAST SIDE, Bl
MARKET AND BASEL STA, (UP STAIRS.)
FINE FRENCH CORSETS,MADE TO ORDER.