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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
the Cbarlr&ion gfctog.
MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1871.
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NEWS OE THE BAT.
-Gold closed in New York, on Saturday, at
-The New York cotton market closed dull
and nominal at 20?c; sales 744 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
8* i. Orleans 8ja8|d; sales 12,000 bales.
-Mr. and Mrs. Brignoli, the twins Brignoll,
and Mr. Rosconl ore concertizing la Canada.
The twins come In strong on the alto.
-Baron Meyer Rothschild, whose horses
won the Derby and the Oaks races, ls said to
. be the pauper member ol the family, his in?
come being only about $2,00Q?O0O a year.
-The recovery of the cable of 1865, broken
some weeks since, but repaired on Tuesday,
gives us three working cables to Europe once
more, all managed by one company.
-Alexandre Dumas, Jr., has uttered a hon
mot on the woes of Paris. He describes the
great influx of strangers to that city at present
as k,a visit to the universal exposition ol hu?
-It ls declared in Paris that the French
Government has obtained possession of the ar?
chives ot the International Society, and that
they furnish important intelligence upon the
subject of the Communal movement.
-The vote in the French Assembly lor and
against the admission of the Orleans Princes
to their seat as deputies i-"? that body, was, for
350, agaloBt 122. This probably represents the
Orle anist strength in that body.
-Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Grant's golden wed?
ding is to be celebrated to-day at son-in-law
Corbin's residence In Elizabeth, N. J. The
President and lamily, the members of the cabi?
net, and many eminent Jersey Radical poli?
ticians will be present. Among the ieatures
will be fireworks.
. -Kossuth is reported to have despaired of
tbe cause of human freedom in Europe, und
to talk ot returning to this country to die, be?
cause it lathe only country where liberty has
been ?rom first to last preserved In its perfec?
-The French Government will not probably
order any further execuLons of the Com?
munist prisoners in its hands, except In cases
where, perhaps, crimes punishable under the
civil law. can be proved against them. It is
now taking advantage of every legitimate ex?
cuse to mitigate the punishment as much aa
possible. The trials are conduoted with calm?
ness. Probably policy has much to do'with
this, as even the French enemies of the Com
- mime have murmured at tho promiscuous and
wanton slaughter that marked the entrance of j
the government troops into the city.
-A statement is made by a London Journal
to the effect that there-ls an understanding
between Germany, Austria and Russia for the
preservation of the peace bf Europe. ' From
the present state of affairs, ic would seem that
such an expressed understanding is not mere?
ly a gentle hint to the lesser powers to smoth?
er their ambition, if they have any, and keep
quiet, but a broader hint Co England Co conte nt
herself with her shops henceforth, and expect
no more Co shape events among Che nations of |
-The. Confederate cotton bondholders In
England have1 become more hopeful of the
payment of Ckelr claims In consequence of Che
ratification of the treaty of Washington, and a
meeting was held In London on June 7th to
consider the course that should be adopted.
The bondholders argue that the article of the
treaty which provides for Che reference Co a
mixed commission of the claims of British sub?
jects arising out of the war covers their ease.
The Manchester Guardian, in commenting
upon the above circumstances, says, that if
there was one document that most people be?
lieved to be of equal value with a Confederate
shlD pl aster IC ls a Co ni ede ra to cotton bond,
bot that Che holders refuse to believe In Che
hopelessness of their case.
-From Louisiana comes Che gratifying news
that from present Indications this year's sugar
crop ls expected to reach 130,000 hogsheads,
which ls more Chan a fair average yield since
the war. In 1861 the produce was 449,410 hogs?
heads, buC Che late .unpleasantness" almost
completely annihilated the sugar interest of
the State, and in 1864 the producci?n had sunk
to 6668 hogsheads. With the re-establishment
of peace lt gradually rose again, however,
and slowly recovered some of its former sig?
nificance, notwithstanding the many draw?
backs and retarding influences with which IC
necessarily had Co contend, as a natural con?
s?quence of Che new order of things and diffi?
culty wich whieh suitable, labor was obtained.
Io 1869 the product amounted Co 87,000 hogs?
heads, which will, in all probability be for Che
present year increased fully one-hall.
-The movement Co introduce Chinese labor
in Louisiana appears Co be success!ul. Many
of Che rlchesC and most influential planters of j
the SCate are engaged in lt as stockholders in
the Louisiana Immigration Company, just or?
ganized with a capital of $250,000, in $100
shares. A Mr. Payne, who ls. ut present In
China as the agent ot several individual'plant?
ers, has engaged one thousand laborers in
that country, and expects to reach Louisiana
with Chem in time for the planting of the next
crop. They have all bean selected from the
agricultural districts of China, and they have
agreed to work for eight or Cen years forj?
a month in gold. The Chinese at present in
Louisiana live in perfect harmony with the
negroes. They are nearly all unmarried young
men, and are neat and. excellent workmen.
They also appear to be perfectly contented.
They are paid $13 a month In currency. Their
cabins are kept with great care and cleanli?
ness. No doubt Louisiana will soon have a
large Chinese population.
-The International Societj, to judge from
the statements ol one ol its leaders in New
York, is a formidable organizaci?n, and one
whose fundamental doctrines are sufficiently
sound and progressive to warrant a consider?
able amount of martyrdom belore their gene?
ral adoption is secured. It. is unfortunate for
the society that ita first Introduction to the un?
initiated world was through the bloody Paris
Commune, which, although doubtless based
on the excellent principle o? the decentraliza?
tion of government, aa Mr. Dewey states, did
ail in Ito power 'to prove centralization much
safer- for society. Neither will the sane world
accept thia gentleman's excuse for tbe destruc?
tion of the Column Vendome and the Tuile?
ries, that the one occupied a place where* ar
statue ol Ceres would look better, and the
'other a'sith much better fitted for a"poorhouse
or a hospital. It the International purposes to
-begin its reformatory work by destroying
everything in the world in order to subse?
quently create something better, lt will al?
ways find a considerable conservative party,
with property and lives to lose,.whlch will op?
pose it. But with so many newspapers in Its
Interest as "Mr. Dewey represents, there ls nc
certainty that lt may not convert us all within
the next century, and set every man to firing
his own house and smashing his bronzes.
-The Paris Commune was ?bout as Incon?
gruous and ill-matched a batch as one could
expect to meet with anywhere, and under any
circumstances. About half of the number
Were Frenchmen, and the rest were thus as?
sorted, If reports be correct: Poles 21; Italians
9; Germans 7; Wallachlaus 2; Americans, Bel?
gians, Portuguese ana Egyptian 1 each. It is
only remarkable that so thoroughly a French
community as tbe Parisians could have ac?
cepted, these foreign adventurers as their lead?
ers for.so long a time.
Our Nice Jory Law, Again.
Judge Montgomery Moses last week deci?
ded that the juries io attendance at the court
for Laarens County bad been illegally drawn.
He adjourned the Court of Sessions, as Judge
Rutland had done in Darlington, and there
will probably, now be no court held in Lau?
reas until February next The decision of
the Judge, in oar view, smacks unpleasantly
of the nature of a quibble. In the opinion
of bis Honor, all three of the county officers
comprising the Board of Jary CoramisBion
era must be present, when the list of names
is being prepared from which the jary is to
be drawn. In this instance it so happened
that only two of these officers were present,
the Coanty Auditor having been appointed
at so late a day that opportunity was not
afforded bim of qualifying and aiding in the
selection of names, within the time pre?
scribed by law. It is the opinion, however,
of a large proportion of the bar at Lau rees?
ville, that the jary was legally drawn, and
that the presence of a majority of the Board
was all the law contemplated.
Now this is certainly a very nice state of
affairs; though it looks a trifle like clogging
the wheels of justice. It is quite difficult
enough to maintain order, and secure the
public peace, when the administration of
justice is properly conducted. What, there?
fore, is to be expected when jets and hin?
drances are thrown across its path at every
step ? What can be more conducive ta law?
lessness than the all bat positive assurance
that the villain bas every chance in his favor
to go un whipped of justice ? And can it be
expected that a people, groaning nader a
frightful barden of tass*ton, will patiently
see the' load increased, wantonly, we may
say, hy the caprice' of an over paoctilious
judicial o?teer. Truly, this is a rare exam?
ple of straining, at a gnat and swallowing a
camel. -_ _ .
The season of thunder storms being apon
as, it may be well to quiet the fears of tbe
many nervous persons who dread death by
lightning and are- consequently ia agony
while a storm is in progress. We owe much'
of this fear to the lightning itself in another
form. Before the days of the telegraph,
men and beasts were stunned and killed
without our knowledge, bat now the tele
graph tells of a thousand accidents by flood
and field of which we formerly beard noth?
ing. Hence it.appears that more people .ire
killei by llghtnieg Unto ever before. It LT
not so in fact, on.j In appearance. Electro?
magnetism has mir?? he whole United
States, one neighbor!'^.n, so far as violent
deaths and remarkable accidents are con?
cerned, and lightning seems to be more dan?
gerous than heretofore because of the wider
range of oar information. Allowance being
made for the increased density of population,
the chances are much the same-about one
fn a million-that ?ny particular individual
will be Strock by lightning.
Bat supposing the individual is struck,
what theo ? The question may be answered
by two statements to which we are* indebted
to modern science: First, bard as it may be
to realize the fact, it is nevertheless a fact,
perfectly well established that, before we can
aven see the flashy the lightning has strack
its work is done and over. We appear to see
the flash in its zigzag pathway down the
skies at each exact Instant of its actual pro?
gress, but the bolt has reached the earth be?
fore we are conscious of its beginning.
Second, it takes time to perceive and to
feel. A barefoot boy sticks a thorn in his
heel. He thinks he knows .More about his
suffering than anybody else. He is mistaken.
He feels more, bat he knows less. He does
not know that before be can feel at all, the
sensation produced by the thorn mast travel
from bis heel to hts head and from bis bead
back to his heel again. All this requires
Further, every thought, every emotion,
every sensation causes a certain rearrange?
ment of the atoms in the nerves. and in the
brain. Quick os this rearrangement is, it
consumes time. Now suppose au injury so
violent, a shock SC great that this rearrange?
ment cannot take place. The nerve cannot
transmit the sensation, the brain cannot
take cognizance ot it-there is no feeling
" Well, the rapidity of sensation and of
thought have been measured; sq has the
velocity of lightning; and lightning is just
about one million times swifter than sensa?
tion. Helmholtz has determined the velocity
of nervous transmission and Ands it to be
not quite one hundred feet in a second, or
less than one-tenth of the velocity of sound
in air. A whale fifty feet long, wounded in
the tail, would not be conscious of the in?
jury till hair a second after the wound bad
been inflicted. Now, if it takes a tenth of a
second for you to feel a sensation, and it re?
quires only the hundred-thousandth part of a
second for a rifle ball to pass clear through
yonr head, how are you goinp wo feel any
sensation ? You can't do iu You are dead
before you are conscious of it. But the
velocity of lightning is very mach greater
than that o' a bullet from a rifle; electricity
darts from the earth to the moon, some 240,
000 miles, in a Becond. Lightning destroys the
possibility of feeling, leaves the man dead,
goes twenty-fo'or Lhoosaad miles through the
earth, and double that diatai^T?to space,
before - the body of.-ito victim'- touches the
at . S c 'vf " .'.
fground? S ? g
* WhaJf}' ia tj?e projw of? this^ Professor
?yndall, to i?rhom^we af? inaebf^e^?r the
Jacte we have given, tells ol a soldier who
"t?as struck by lightning while standing under
a tree. He did not recover fer -hours. When
j he did, he remembered only looking up in
the branches to see if they were thick enough
to keep off the rain. He saw no flash-he
felt no pain. This, however, ia hearsay.
Professor Tyndall gives his own experience.
While lecturing to a large audience, he acci?
dent ly touched the wire teading to a battery
of fifteecLiarge Leyden jars,and the discharge
went through his body. "Life was absolute?
ly blotted out tor a very considerable in.tcr
"val, without a trace or pain." Tyndall
concludes iu these words, which nervous
people will do well to remember:
"There cannot be a doubt that, to a per
"sou struck dead by lightning, the passage
"from life to death, occurs without conscious
"ness being in the least degree implicated.
"It is an abrupt stoppage Of sensation, un?
accompanied by a pang."
A Glimpse of the Future.
. The "Battle of Dorking," that, after having
first appeared in 1'Blackwood'?," for May. at?
tracted such universal attention, both in Eng?
land and our side the water, and gave rise to
Innumerable discussions and reprints, has at
last been answered by the German press, in aa
article recently published in the Allgemeine
Zeitung, purporting to be written by "John
"Michael Trutz-Baumvoll, Anglo-German poil
"ticlan of the future," to his Majesty the Em?
peror Of Germany. In this letter Kaiser Wil?
liam is recommended to invade and conquer
England, as t he other two Williams of Norman?
dy and Orange did before him, and thus give
reality to the scenes that have been so vividly
foreshadowed and graphically described in the
"Battle of Dorking." The writer ot this letter
further says, that this scheme, although
it seems fantastic, would not be by any
means difficult of execution, while it would be
highly advantageous and desirable; for Germa?
ny, with her own magnificent army and Eng?
land's great fleet, would then be de facto the
power of the world. France would be divided
among the warriors of the Fatherland, Austria
would give in, and the new German broom
would sweep both sea and land. Queen Victoria
would be handsomely pensioned; the Prince o?
Wales would be compensated for the loss of
his prospects by au annuity, and a glowing
euloglum la the Times, and "an era of real
"happiness and self-respect wonld dawn upon
"the Bri Web. Territories of the German Em
"plre." Truly, Colonel Hamley, who is said to
be the father of the clever English jeu d'esprit
tnat has 'given rise to this sarcastic gibe from
the German Bide, has a deal to answer for in
thus having made everyone of his country?
men feel uncomfortable and uneasy, and, at
the same time, furnishing a sharp point to all
sarcastic darts that may be fired from Germa?
ny against the sea-girt island.
A Lovely Lot.
. [From the Courier of Saturday.]
In accordance with an invitation, extended
by a hali dozen prominent politicians of "the
"party," a goodly number ot the "elect" as?
sembled at the house Of Lieu te nant-G ove rn or
Bansler, Pitt street, Thursday night: D. T.
Corbin, Esq., whose name was not among
those which appeared on the printed invita?
tions, was present, nevertheless, and pre?
sided. Wm. H. Berney,' a Customhouse offi?
cial, acted as secretary. After agreeing that
no one should hold the floor for more than
five minutes, the discussion or "talk" began.
Speeches, among others, were made by De
Large, Sawyer and Ransler, who favored
a "compromise." Solicitor E. B. Seabrook,
whose name did not appear either
on the printed circular calling the. cau?
cus, made a red-hot Republican harangue,
advocating a straight out-and-out party ticket,
and expressed his willingness to support for
office the party nominees, if they could but
make their mark. During the "talk," we are
informed, DeLarge threatened to slap Sea?
brook's face, and that gentleman retorted by
saying that the pugnacious Congressman was
only flt to "black hlB boots." We are at a
loss to understand how Lleutenant-Governor
Ransler could have' Introduced a resolution
expressing confldencj in .Mayor Pillsbury, and
recommeudlhg him as a nominee for the
Mayoralty to the Republican Convention, In
the face of the speech he made at the meeting
in Ward 8, committing himself to the senti?
ments of those who assembled there, as oppo?
nents of the present administration. The cau?
cus developed the Intention of the Radical
party to run a t'eket of their own, and with?
out acting on the Ransier resolution, the
"talk" was discontinued u tl next Wednes?
day evening, when it will be resumed.
"^.MEXC?RSION TICKETS ! . ^THE
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY has
pot on sale EXCURSION TICKETS to Anderson,
Greenville and Walhalla, for the summer Months,
at very low rates:
To Anderson and Return '..$14 10 -
To Greenville and Return. IS io
To Walhalla and Return. 16 10
Those wlBhlng to visit WllUamston Springs can
purchase the Aoderson Tickets.
Jnn24-7 . 8. B. PIOKENS, G. T. A.
pm $100,000 IN PRIZES!-READER,
A FORTUNE MAY BE YOURS FOR FIVE DOL?
LARS.-Fair, Square and Honest. Aiken Pre?
mium Land Sale.' Ninety-four Real Estarte Prizes
from $300 to $25,000 each. Five hundred and
twenty-two Cash Prizes from $5 to $1000 each.
Only 19,000 Shares at $5 each. A Premium En?
graving worth $6 with each share. Twenty-five
dollars wilt secure six engravings, with an equal
chance to all tne prizes. For shares and full
particulars, address J. C. DERBY, General Mana?
ger, Augusta, Ga. Jun?
pm OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY, No. 54 BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, JUNE 21,1871-The Books for the
Sub-crlptions to Stock will be opened at the
Office, No. 64 Broad street, on MONO iv, 28tlt.
Jun2l Secretary and Treasurer.
pm NOTICE.-THE PUBLIC IS HERE?
BY notified that, on account of my. age, 1 have re?
tired from the Mercantile Business.
Jun2/2-6* Carmel Hill, Chester County, S. C.
pm MESSRS. EDI1 ORS-PLEASE AN-.
NuUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election? the name of General JOHN A.
WAG KN ER, and oblige
mayl7 A FRIEND TO REFORM.
^SPECIAL NOTICE-DURING THE
summer months the rates of Board at the MILLS
HOUSE will be REDUCED to three dollars per day.
J. PARKER, Proprietor. .
G. W. PARKER, Superintendent. may29-Jmo
pm NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
OARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DsLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 1871. maru
Snnttai JXoticea. 1
pm* THE PfilE^S AND' ACQUAINT?
ANCES or Joahuf; E. Wl?ou are requested to at?
tend the FuaeralServliea of hja eldest daughter,
MARGARET, at Nc. 5i Nassau atree't.'THig AFTER?
NOON, at s o'clock. "*"' Jun26-*
- ?pmai IXotius.
~?ar~ J. R; 8 OL OHO N S, M. D.,
Will leave the city about 20th Jilly.
pm* INSTANTANEOUS AND EFFICA
cious oares of Corns, Barnong and Diseased
Nails, without cutting, pain or the loss of blood.
DB. RENDALL, a practitioner in this branch of
Surgery (or many years in London, Dublin and
Edinburgh, can bc consulted for a few days at
corner Charca ann Market streets dally, arteria
M. Thousands of testimonials can he seen and
Indisputable references in this city can be
pm* OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENE?
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FOND, No. I4T MEET?
ING -STREET-CHARLESTON, JUNE 24, 1871.
Official Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Charl*
table Association, for the Beneat of the Free
CLASS No. 49-MORNING.
CLASS NO. 60-EVBN?KO.
' AB witness our hand this 24th dey of June, 1871
mav20 - .Sworn Commissioners.
pm* THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA-COUNTY OF CHARLESTON. - Court of
Common Pleas.-G. W. CONNER, Plaintiff, against
HOUGH, GLENDENNING AND COMPANY, mean?
ing thereby BARNET HOUGH, WILLIAM GLEN?
DENNING and THOMA8 GLENDENNING, co-part?
ners m trade under above firm name, Defendants.
Summons for Honey Demand. Complaint not
To Hough, Olendenning and Company, meaning
thereby Barney Hough, William Olendenning and
Thomas Clendenclng, co-partners In trade under
above firm name,.Defendants in thia action : You
are hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint In this action, which ls this day flied In
the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for said County, and to serve a copy of your
answer on the subscriber at his office, 60 Broad
street, Charleston, South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service of this summons on you,
exclusive of the day of service. If you fall to an?
swer this complaint within the time aforesaid, the
Plaintiff will take Judgment against you for the
sum of nine thousand dollars, with Interest at the
rate of-from the-day of -- one
thousand eight hundred and-and costs.
Dated Charleston, April 21st, 1871.
J. N. NATHANS, Plaintiff's Attorney.
A. C. RICHMOND, C. O. C. P.
pm* GERMAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Emigrants seeking employment can
obtain r information .concerning the same from
Captain H. HARMS, Agent or thia Society, whose
office for the present ls in Anson street, one door
above Marke- stree'
Parties wishing to employ Emigrants can con?
sult the. Agent dally. Office hours from 12 to 2
O'clock. CD. BRAHE,
pm* ASSIGNEES' NOTICE OF AP?
POINTMENT.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR TBE EASTERN DISTRICT
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter or THOM?
AS SHIEDER, Bankrupt.-In Bankruptcy.-To
whom lt may concern : The .undersigned hereby
gives notice br hla appointment as Assignee or
THOMAS SHIEDER, or the Township or Verdler,
In the County of Colleton and State br South Car-:
ollna, wlthfn said District, who has been adjudg?
ed a Bankrupt, upon his own petition, by the Dis?
trict Court of said District.
Dated at Walterboro', this 8th day of June, A.
CAMPBELL G. HENDERSON,
Jnnl2-m3. _ Assignee.
pm* CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX '
NOTICE.-COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, FIRE?
PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, JUNE 23,1871.
Notice ls hereby given to alt concerned, that re?
turns for all REAL AND PERSONAL PROPER?
TY, within the-limits of this County, shall be
made and delivered at this office oh or before i ne
3181 ? ay or July, 1871, for the year commencing
July ist, 1871,. veri Sed by oath of the person,
whose duty lt is to so hst or return said property
possessed by him, or under his control, either as
owner, agent,'parent, husband, guardian, execu?
tor, administrator, trustee, receiver, officer,
partner, factor, or holder, with the value of such
personal property so held or controled. By Section
3d, of an Act to amend an Act providing for the
assessment and taxation, of property, passed
September 16, 1808, and all Acts amendatory
thereto, lt ls made the duty of the County Audi?
tor to add fifty per oent. penalty thereto for fail?
ure or neglect to make returns of property with?
in the time given so to do, "and must be ob?
The rollo wing must be returned for Taxation aa
Personal Property :
1. Number of Horses.
2. Number of Cattle,
3. Number or Mules and Asses.
4. Number or Sheep aud Goats.
' 6. Number or Hogs. .
. ( Number or Gold and Silver Watches.
0 ' l Number or Gold and Silver Plate.
7. Number or Pianofortes, Melodeons, or Cabinet
8. Number of Pleasure Carriages.
9. Number of Dogs.
10. Value of goods, merchandise, monejB and
credits pertaining to my buslneas as a mer?
chant, during the rear or part thereof, end?
ing the first day or September. 1868.
11. Value or materials received, used or provided
to be used, in my buslneas, as a'manufac?
turer during the r or part thereof, end?
ing the first day ot september, 1B68.
12. Value or all machinery, engines, tools, fixtures
and Implements nsed or provided for ase In
my business as a manufacturer, during the
year or part thereof, ending the first day ol
September, 1888, and of all manufactured
anieles on hand one year or more previous
to that day.
13. Value or moneys, Including Bank Bills and
14. Value of all credits.
16. Value of Investments la the stocks of any
company or corporation out er this State,
M except National Banks.
16. Value of all investments in bonds,* except
bonds or the United. States and of this
State, expressly exempt from taxation.
17. Annual value of all leases except permanent
18. Value of all other property.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
jttjjg 7mth9_County Auditor.
RUNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, CHARLESTON, JUNE 10; 1ST1.-Notice ls
hereby given that, on and arter the loth July next,
Books or Subscription will be open at the Banking
Hou?e of this Bank for two thousand additional
Shares of Fifty Dollars each In the Capital Stock
of said Bank.
Stockholdera to "have the preference in sub?
scription to the Increased stock In proportion to
the amount then held by them."
H. D. ALEXANDER,
pm* CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. 68 East Bay, corner or Atlantic Wharf. The
payment or Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on band
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
In the-lleld, and solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persons Interested in the work or seeking funner
Information will please call, on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos_Treasurer 0. B. S.
^?-BATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls the best in the teor?a-^per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Boes not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 16 Bond street, New Torte
Iqn?E NDSH6?P LODGl? jjrT " 9, ?P. M.
X The Regatar Monthly (lonimunlcatfon o? thia
Lodgi will bejEheld Tins EVENING, at. Masonic
Ball, at 8 o'clofL Mejibers an? Candidate*will
pieaBe be pu nc raal. '. -5" -v
By order W. M. LEVI LOEB,
. Charleston Riflemen Society will be beld
THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at their Hall. A full
and prompt attendance la earnestly requested,
as the"transfer of property will he determined
By order of the President.
._ E. C. STARR,
jun26? Secretary and Treasurer 0. R. B.
PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
Attend a Special Meeting and Drill with
arms, at Archer's HaUTTEis EVENING. 26tn inst.,,
at half-past 8 o'clock. Members will be punctual. '
Business of much lmoortantg, relating to parade
on 28th Inst., will be 'finally dlscdssed. By order
of President. 0 RUTLEDGE HOLMES,
. A. S. DOUGLAS, Secretary and Treasur?r.
Jun26_. ._.- ,
ATTENTION ! MARION RIFLE CLUB.
Attend an Extra Meettlng of your Hub, at
the Ball of the ?agle Fire Company, at hair-past
8 o'clock THIS (Monday) EVBNING, 26th Inst.
By order of the President.
Jnn26 ARTHUR G. MCCLURE, Secretary.
ST. STEPHEN'S FREE CHURCH SOCL
STY.-The Annual Meeting of the Society
will be held THIS AFTERNOON (Monday, 20th Inst.,)
at 5 o'clock, at tDe Church, Anson street. A
prompt and full attendance or, all Members and
subscribers, and of the Executive Committee
especially, ls particularly requested.
Jun26 THEODORE E. NEWTON, Secretary.
WANTEDTA~~GOOD HOUSE ~BoY,
well recommended. Apply-at No. 41 East
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
Wash, and make herself generally useful.
Apply at this office._Jnn2?-2?
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A GOOD
BREAD BAKER. Apply at Hamiden
Court. No. L ._Jnn26-?1?
WANTED, A SITUATION AS HOUSE?
KEEPER, Seamstress or Chambermaid,
by a German Girl. Can be seen at Employment
Office, No. 68 Queen street_Jnn26-l*
WANTED, A FEMALE HOUSE SER?
VANT-recommendations required. Ap
ply at this office._Jnn26-1*
WANTED, EVERY ONE TO KNOW
that they can get th slr Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Spectacles REPAIRED CHEAPER
i han at any other house In the city? by ci liing on
WM. MASTERMAN k SOS, Watchmakers and
Jewellers, No. 40 Charlotte street, near Meeting
street. . jnn34-smw3*
ANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
WASHER, that can come well recom?
mended-white or colored. Apply at No. 41
ALADY OF EXPEEIENCE WISHES
tOBecnrenowa position as Teacher In a.
school or faintly, for the 1st October, to teach
English branches, Including Mathematics, and,
If In a family, also French and rudiments of Music
ir required. Address, with full particulars of
terms, Ac, P. 0. Box No. 21, Wilson, N. 0.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
or on time, a two and a half story HOUSE,
(Brick preferred) m the cental part of the city, In
a good neighborhood. Apply at this office.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE AT j
ARCHER'S Bazaar, Chignons, at 40c, and
50c, French Corsets, 76c, Lotta Bustles, soo., Nils
son Pails, 40c._?_10022-6?
WANTED, ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE
been suited with servants at the Employ?
ment Office, No. 68 Queen street, to- call and pay
the fees therefor. ? . ._Jun22
HOUSE WANTED.-A DWELLING
of roar or six-Rooms, with oat build inga,
cistern and good ya<-d,? about ten or fifteen min?
utes wau from the Old Postofflce, ls wanted by a
reliable tenant. Address "Lessee," DAILT NEWS
ANEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE?
SIRABLE tenant, who wonld take a three
or Uve years' lease at a moderate rent. Must be
In western part of the city or near the Battery.
Address, with fall particulars, BETA, office of
THE NEWS._ Junis ;
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION ol Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments of MuBtc. Address "D.," DAILY
NBWS office._. Junio
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
ia the Land and Immigration Association
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, OA RY k CO.
Tickets now ready Will be glad to see my friends
ai Mr. E. M. MORELAND'S office, No. 29 Broad
Btreet. EBEN COFFIN. Sub-Agent. may29
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN-.(SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries; ls a ?rood Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally nsefnL Can
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
or THE NEWS, may 13
PARKER J. HOLLAND for Twenty-six 26-100
Dollars, will be sold at private sale, at a discount,
at MENKE k MULLER._ Jon21
FOR SALE, AN ELEGANT SEVEN
OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, recently
manufactured. R. M. MARSHALL k. BRO., Bro
kera, No. 33 Broad street. _Juno
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, ol good qualitv, which are offered
cheap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
.Meeting and Churoh streets._rcbl4
ABARGAIN l-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low lor cash. Is nearly
new, cuts 29 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Job Office. mar2i
jp O R SALE,'
1 SIX-HORSE PORTABLE ENGINE
1 Ten-Horse Portable Engine
i Fifteen-Horse Enplne
With Saw Mill and Fixtures
1 fine Oorn Mill, wita scones 30 inches
l Rice Thresher.
Apply to J. FRASER MATHE WES.
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Greek Swamp,
Orangeburg District, South Carolina, 16 miles
from Blackville, on Sooth Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangeburg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road, Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres Of land, 238 of
which ls cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more cleared, bnt not under fence-all of
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls first-class Timber Land.
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) in order
for Immediate nee, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, Ac, six
(6) framed negro bouses tn good order. It also
has a Marl Bed od lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma?
nures, Ac. The best or titles can be given. Any
information either In writing or In person can be
bad hy application to Dr. H. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, charleston, S. C. Junl5
to Bi ano fomio.
LOST, ON THE AFTERNOON OF THE
23d Ins ant, la the western part or the city,
between Lynch and Warren streets, a Child's
OOLD BRACELET. A saleable reward given rr
left at No. 39 Warren street._Jun26-i?
LOST, ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 23D
instant, between Vanderhorst street and the
Battery, (King street Line,) a Child's PLAIN GOLD
BRACELET. By leaving lt at this office the finder
will be suitably rewarden If required. Jun26-1*
PICKED Ui#?DRlFT, A WHITE PAINT?
ED YAWL BOAT, clinker build. Apply at
tue Carolina House, Sullivan's Island. jun2?-3*
SMALL FAMILY, can be provided with
board, stabling and carriage room furnished If
required. Apply at No. 293 East Bay. jun26-i*>
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can bs accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, hy ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
1NO also furnished._ mayl6
HILBERS HOUSE, No. 284 KING
STREET, between Wentworth and Hasel
atra?is, within five minutes' walk of the Postoffice
and principal Business Honses of Meeting and
Hay ne streets, and fifty yards or the City Rail?
way, which communicates with all parts ot the
city. Terms, $2 per diem. Special contracts
made on most reasonable terms for BOARD by
the weeV or month for single Gentlemen or Fami?
lies. Mas; B. HILBERS, Proprietor. Jun6-lmo
r 20o4v.ea HAY"lat?fng this day from steai_
.ship ftuth Carolina at Union wharf. For sal/siry
T Ian?W-1 g _KINO A GIBBON.
?\HABLES HEIDSEECK CHAMPAGNES,
. 3ILL*?R"T AND" EZTRTA'TJRT. " ATTaiAlTOB AT
CO., Proprietor of the Chat. Leoville and Brown
Oantenac Clarets. A fall assortment, of the above
Wines for sale by -all-principal Grocers and Wine
Dealers. . H. BISCHOFF A CO.
-^ILSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
Smoked PIG TONGUES at $126 per dozen.
It ls a settled fact that
WILSON sells a better
TEA for the same money
than any other House In
WILSONS' - GROG ERY.
... tivy--? JC: ;? :.--R :?
WILSONS' I ii GROCERY.'
We are now offering a.-...,
WILSONS' . :GROOERY.
Fine, Clear' Drawing
No. 3 0 6 " KING ST.
At the low price of
No. .306 i* KING ST.
. ONE DOLLAR
No. 8 06 KING ST.
a pound,-, , M.
No. 806 KING ST.
GREEN AND BLACK.
No. 306 ' KING ST.
NO. 30 6 KING ' ST.
Give WILSON'S TEA a
NO. 30 6 KING ST.
trial, and-you will nse
No. 3 0 6 - KING ' ST.
NO. 3 06 . ' ? KING ST.
All Goods delivered free.
No. 30 6 'KING ST.
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KING STREET,
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AND CARO-'
LINA TEA AGEroY, '
You can buy for one dollar and fifty cents one
pbund of the very beat YOUNG HY30N TEA of
delicate flavor and great strength.
For thirty cents one gallon best quality LIGHT- j
For severn y-fl ve cents one gallon choice Silver
Drip SYRUP. '-.-'JV . ., '
For three dollars and arty cen ts a Japanned Tin
-CHAMBER SET, composed ' of three art Ides, and .
worth five dollars.
For fifty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
bnyer would think cheap at one dollar.
BXTENSrVE STOCK OF
HOUSE FURNISHING GO 0;D S ,
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.' CHEAPER
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
PLAIN . AND DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
LINLEY'S CHEAP 8 TORE,
No. S88 King street,
Drrj ?coes, &z.
rjiHE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES FOR JUNE
GOODS FOR TRAVELLERS AND STAYERS AI
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO., .
Nos. '4 4 4 and 437 Klag Street,
Keeping their Stock new and fresh at all sea?
sons, are getting la daily by steamers,
NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for salts.
Plaid and Chene Japanese Poplins
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hot weather
More of their best qaallty Iron Grenadines
wtnte and Colored Piques
Beautiful New Prints, all the recent patterns, la
eadless variety; Percales, also
Black Tamise for Summer and Mourning Dresses
Black Cha?nes, very best quality
Black 3 4 and 6 4 Mo use! in es
Black English Crapes and Crape Veils
Crape Sets and Collars
Embroideries (a lovely lot) . ?
Linen and Lace Sets
Lace-Tri m m ed Collars %
Linen Collars and Cuffs, Ac.
ALSO, A FULL LINS OF
OASSIMERES, LINENS AND COTIONADES
LLAMA LACE POINTS
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed bat what ls
good of its kind.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
jun22 Nos. 244 and 437 King Street.
jfc?&ER, CBJpES?[AND RICE. *
pro? landing by steamer Soath Oarolioa a coolee
lot fan?r GOSHENBOTTER and lower grades for
Inspection to the trade, A NIMITZ,
foo24-3 No. '209 East Bay.
CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRIPS, AT 13
cants per lb. T"T|T .'
Falt?n Harket BEEF; veryr fine, at 16 cents per
lb. ;. - - ~ .
A lo: of -unbagged Sugar-cured Hams (war?
ranted) at a low.prioe.v. . v.' r
_? W. H. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.;
.. ; All Gooda delivered free. .? a Jun24
!?<.>. J'?-?: ?>?.?:': I .<?>'>.*.?*. '1
'fy' .ti? *?i*'-C? ...itv.'V . !
D AMS A ND LARD..
10 tierces D nffleld'a Imitation : WESTPHALIA
s tierces Davis's Diamond Hams-- "-''' ?
10 tierces Davis's Leaf Lard.
AU Hams reweighed when sold. For sale by
D. A AMUR,
southeast corner Market and Meeting street?..
Jnn28 .. _ " 7T
JJATHOR* SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLLNG CATAWBA
Bl n ni n ge r's Old London Dock Gis; T? fl Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fraies, m quart jars
Assorted French Fruits, tn own Juice, pat ap tn
French Pieties, tn fancy jara
india Gorrie, In flasks ? . .
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, in glass pots ' ; 3fj3>
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux, QUre OU,
Florence Olive OIL in flasks, and Bengah?mcney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Lata W. 8. Oorwlp ?Co;
Janu- | . No. 276 King street..
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
CHEESE, Ac. *" f
%t RECEIVED. PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
. Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory 0heeee, Pine?
apple Cheese, Young America Cheese, Eidam and
[Sap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
j Breakfast Bacon strips. Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Pickled Ox Tongues. -
Dnffleld's, American, Whestphalla, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For Bale by " E. E. BEDFORD,
. janii_i ' . Ko. 276 King street
REMEN LAGEB BEEB
ENGLISH ALES .
. . CHAMPAGNE ALES
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. i
E. E. BEDFORD, '
anil . . . . No. 2T6 King street..
I?AUL B. LALANE ,* CO., '
J , i - J^ -: A:-/
NO. 171 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, ?.0.,
HATS7 ON HANB, AND WEEKLY RKCBrVTN^: ;
SHOULDERS, ?IDES, STRIPS AND HAMS
Fl?ur, Sugar, Coffee and Pork "':?.
Syrup, Molasses, Bun er ami Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring
'.'.'?.(' codfish, Salmon
I"' With a foll and well selected stoc'i of GEODE
RIBS, which we offer at. the lowest market rates.
sar C OUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. ?
Also, always on hind, those good..
PATAPSOO a a HAMS. A*. .
may6~rmw8raosr 'm>> i
? -, . ur- ? ..
Ccrjattrti?rgl)ip iffofogo. ,.. .
and er? taned. having, an fr?! Uttfl a Copart?
nership for the purpose'of carrying on the
PLUMBING AND TINNING In all its branches,
would most-respectfully Inform our Mends and
the public in general that we have established
ourselves at No. Ok MARKET STREET, between
Meeting and Klag, ?md are now prepared-to gire
prompt and personal attention to all orders for
work In our Una .
LAWRENCE CAY AN AUGH,
Plumbers and Tinners, late employees . I
j un27-tnth2 . - j of Adams, Damon A Oo.
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT TN
. the Town of Anderson, a C.-a bean tirol
Oo ttage, con tain ung six rooms, partially furnished.
The garden Ls In a high state or cultivation, and
the a ur roan dinga all that can be desired, for sum
mercomfortandpleasurs. From May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality in.South
Carolina. Apply to F. G. Di FONTAINE, at the
Mil Ls House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. A
MADAME LUZIER, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 238 KING
STREET, east Ade, between Market and Hasel
streets. apris .
gHINGLES! SHINGLES !
Jost received, a flue lot. For sale low at BUILD?
ER'S DEPOT. No. 94 Church street.
? junie E. M. GRIM CE.
CHARLESTON STEAM - SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN STS.
. The proprietor respectfully Informs bia friends
and the pubho that, having refitted the above
I Mill with improved Machinery, is now prepared
to receive orders for LUMBER of all descriptions,
which wUl be furnished with dispatch, and at the
lowest market prices. On hand a large stock of
Seasoned, Dressed Floclng, Lining. Shelving
and Weather BOAKDd. Also, SHMGLICS. Plast
I erlng Laths, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
jj^IME AND LATHS.
1,660 bbl J. Fresh LIME A
103,000 Laths. . M
Landing from Schooner Frank and Emily. M
rs STORE; ' ^
CEMENT, Calcined and Land Plaster, Hair, AC
For sale by OLNEY A CO., -
may22_Nos. U and 13 Vendue Range.
(Ei?arg, gobacto, Ut.
?HEAP HAVANA CIGARS.
I beg leave to Inform "the smoking public that
I have en hand an assortment of FINE CIGARS,
which I will retail at prices to ault the times. I
offer GENUINE HAVANAS at 8 and 10 oents
apiece, and H a VAN A FILLING and DOMESTIC
WRAPPERS at 4 and 6 cents. Also, good PLAN?
TATION SEGARS at 6 cents. Lower grades
cheaper. There ls no Imposition. Give me a rall
trial and judge ror yourselves.
eau at No. 349 "King street, west side, to
may 26-1, m4 R. h. MORILLO.
1^- I N S M A N t HOWELL,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 128 East BayJ
WUl give prompt personal attention to the sale
or shipment of
PEACHES AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON, AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY.
Marking Plates, and instructions for packttgi
furnished on application, may 26-iraT