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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A 00..
- No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1871.
THE NEWS BT MAIL.
Persona leaving the city for the summer, or
any portion 0/ it, maj have THE DAILY NEWS
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NEWS OF THE DAT.
. fX-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed at an advance of i cent,
with only a. moderate demand; uplands 20}
cents; sales 4648 bales.
'-in Llverpc cotton closed firmer; uplands
8?aSjd, Orleans 8jd; sales 20,000 bales.
-A New Orleans lady boasts that her hair is
five feet ten inches long.
-Ireland, between 1861 and 1871 has lost
about 400,000 population.
-LargO numbers of Poles are said to be
emigrating to America this year.
' -A hundred th01.'Band volumes of the libra?
ry in the Paris Louvre were destroyed.
-American hotels tor American visitors are
soon to be erected in London and Paris.
-The London Spectator declares that noth?
ing can be made absolutely safe from fire.
-The latest story about General Cluseret is
that he is an Irishman and is named McAuliff.
-Punch paid Douglass Jerrold $25 for the
famous "advice to people about to marry
-Even France, In all her straits lor money,
-declines to resort to sp odious a measure as
the Income tax.
-The number of homoeopathic physicians in
the United States bas increased from 100 in
1844 to 5000 now.
-The receipts of cotton at Memphis up to
Friday last were five hundred thousand bales,
-the largest ever known in a like season.
-The rumor has gained around In England
that Napoleon Is about to leave Chlselhurst to
take up his residence In the Parish of Main
head, in Devon.
-The overflow at N?w Orleans having
almost entirely dlsappea-ed. the city engi?
neers are engaged in seeking to repair some
of the damage.
-The John Bull newspaper of London be?
lieves that "England is hastening with self
accelerated momentum to the dreary abyss of
-It is a curious fact, demonstrated by the
recent British census, that the population of
Ireland ls actually less than the number of
Irish who are now in the United States.
-The result of the late Derby races was
forthwith telegraphed from London to the
East Indies, where the dispatch arrived at
Kurracb.ee in three, at bombay in four;, and at
Calcutta In five minutes.
-The London Fortnightly Review thinks
. the recent European war has reduced the
great powers from five to two-Germany and
Russia-th us counting out Austria, Prance and
-It ls said that only one copy exists of the
English Register of Consols, and as its de?
struction would bring financial disorder, lt
is proposed to have the originals photograph
. ed, leaf by leaf, and copies kept in cities at
.eome distance (rom each other. :
. . -^ fashion writer says : "The new styles of
. bonnets for next fall are said to be something
jj really new, and many milliners think that they
* will have 1* hire a few people to wear ther,
so as to get people used to their decidedly
unique appearance." Before hiring ladies to
wear the new style the milliners might call for
-It seems that the cotton Interests of Brazil
are on the decline. While the exports of this
staple from Rio Janeiro in 1868 amounted to
113,465 bales, they were in 1869 only 45,006
bales-an enormous falling off-which was
further reduced In 1870, when the exports
. from that port were only 17,910 (Brazilian)
bales. .The exports of cotton from Santos
. during last year were 243,727 arrobas, ?quai to
about 18,280 bales of 400 pounds, which, add
.ed'to the 17,910 bales from Bio, makes a total
export of cotton lrom Brazil, for 1870, ol 36,
, 190 Brazilian bales, which ls less In .weight
than twenty-eight thousand American bales.
-If the testimony of the Medical and Surgi?
cal Reporter, which should be able to speak
by the card, be of any value, one may under?
stand why so many medical gentlemen flour?
ish in our country, and whence comes the vast
wealth enjoyed by the venders of patent pills,
tonics, rejuvenators, regulators, and other
liquid and material rubbish sold by quacks and
mountebanks under the name of medicine.
The Reporter reckons that medical service
and med lei nc J cost the people of the United
States annually $100,000,000, and that the value
of quack medicines Bold reaches a sum not
leds than $25,000,000. These figures represent
a vast deal of trash to work its unwholesome
way Into tbe human system.
-The Patent Office records show that, from
1S50 to I860, nearly ninety-eight per cent, of
applicants for patents for agricultual Imple?
ments were from the North, and slightly over
two per cent, from the South. Since the
emancipation of the slaves, the planters In
the South have been obliged to make use of
machinery to cultivate the soil, but it was
found upon trial that very few of the agricul?
tural implements used in the North were per?
fectly adapted lo culture In the South; thus a
corn planter could not be U3ed for dropping
cotton seed, and cultivators could not be em?
ployed in destroying the weeds between the
rows of the cotton burnes. The ingenious
mechanics and planters in the South, lt ls
stated, theo making a virtue of necessity, set
about Inventing agricultural machines suited
to the cultivation of the crops of that region,
and the records of the Patent Office during the
last two years, lt is reported, exhibit a most
gratifying result, showing that the applica?
tions for patents for agricultural implements
from the lormer slave Stales have risen from
two per cent, to about thirty per cent, of all
the cases filed. The yield of the cotton under
the Improved methods of culture, lt is stated,
is greater than was ever before known.
-Efforts are now being made on a large
scale to introduce the culture of ramie into
many of th? provinces o? India, to which it
has hitherto been a stranger. In the Liver?
pool market the product ot this plant brings
readily $265, gold, per ton, and is rapidly su?
perseding cotton for various purposes. AmoDg
the many supposed advantages of this plant
over cotton is, that it is a much hardier and
more vigorous grower, li continuous, and ls
[.notdestroyed by 'worms, nor does lt Buffer
from excess of rain, while at the same time It
ill'st and the longest drought without injury.
There Is no reason why the culture ot ramie
should not besucceBsluliy and profitably intro-,
ducedIn such sections of the South where cot?
ton- culture is difficult and unprofitable; lt
needs but a smalt-capital to produce a crop,
tbe plant \ leid s largely, and the product com?
mands a ready marke: for all that can be
harvested. The only drawback is the present
difficulty of separating the fibre from the
bark and the bark from the stalk; but as the
Governor-General of India has offered a re?
ward of 425,000, besides other Inducements, to
the inventor of a suitable machine for this
purpose, we may expect to hear before long
that the problem has been satisfactorily solved,
and that the demand for the raw product will
increase enormously. Barnie has doubtless a
great future. *
-A Paris photographer has turned his forced
leisure (during the siege) to account by get?
ting up a sort of rogues' gallery of the members
of the'Paris Commune. The collection has
been sent to the chiefs of police throuzhout
France, with a detailed st'pna?emen? of the Il?
lustrons subjects. Little did the chiefs of the
insurrection think, when they sat for their por?
traits to be transmitted to posterity, that they
would be devoted to such base uses as the
gratification of the curiosity of vulgar thief
catchers. After all, political glory, like other
distinctions, ls relative. The memory of the
originals- of these portraits will always be
sure of preserving a place in the Pantheon of
celebrities, though the classification may not
be exactly what they aspired to.
The Future of Germany.
The letter from the Angsburger Allge?
meine Zeitung, printed in another part ol'
to-day's NEWS is, in many respects, a very
remarkable paper, and will be found well
worth reading. The author is certainly a
close and philosophical observer of the drift
of public sentiment in England ; and the
power of his keen but delicate satire mast
be admitted even by those who cannot agree
in the conclusions to which he permits bis
fancy to lead him.
The Rock of Gibraltar, the Rock of Aden,
the Rock of Quebec, the Islet of Heligo?
land and many other such coigns of van?
tage, declare the maritime power of Eng?
land. Whoever bas seen the "meteor flag"
flying from the ramparts of the forts which
gaard these rocks and islets, ?nd has watch?
ed the men-of-war which hover in the waters
near by, may form some idea of Eng'ieh
power, and the importance which ?the Eng?
lish Government and people attach to these
keys of position which are so essential to
England's continued snpremacy apon the
sea. Of these positions England is naturally
as jealous as a pugilist would be of the fing?
ers of his right band. However trifling the
loss of a minor key, such as Heligoland
might be, the precedent would in itself be
intolerable to the British people; and the
fact that the loss was an enforced one would
be too galling to be borne for an instant.
Especially so when England's loss wonld be
a gain of immense advantage to a power
already invincible on land, and eager to ac?
quire a proportionate power on the sea.
Hence Granville's immediate and stern re?
fusal of Bismarck's offer to purchase Heli?
goland. No administration would last a
day which countenanced such a sale. Had
the "Battle of Dorking" never been written,
the offer would have been rejected with equal
promptness; but it can hardly be doubted
that that article sharpened Granville's pen
when he replied to Bismarck. Nor can
English apprehension of the sudden and
enormous growth, of Prussian power be at
all doubtful. The ovations which Napoleon
has received of late wherever he appeared
before the British public, ard evidences too
plain to be mistaken of the tendency of
British sympathy at this time. Hatred of
the French has been supplanted by well
grounded fear of the men in spiked helmets.
The matter is far .from an'end. Prussia
needs an outlet by the sea, is strong enough
to demand it, and has no hesitation about
ber ability to make good the demand by
force of arms if occasion require. If it be
trae that Prussia, Russia and Austria have
agreed to keep the peace in Europe, that
peace will be kept on their own terms. Rus?
sia wants Turkey, Aastria|wants tranquillity,
Prussia wants sea-room, and a marine pro?
portionate to her power on land. Where
can England look. for help against these
allies ? To Turkey ? That is a broken reed.
To Italy ? Victor Emanuel bas yet to enter
Rome and to settle with the Pope. To Amer?
ica ? German sympathy for America in the
late war was manifested in heavy purchases
of American bonds, which British capitalists
kept aloof from. The fact i3 not forgotten.
Besides, there is the strongest entente cor?
diale between America and Russia.
k England must trust to her "wooden walls,"
famous in song and story, and to her iron
bulwarks on the deep, whose strength has
never yet been fully tested. Our faith in
English pluck is unabated. Prussia's gigan?
tic force no man can doubt. If war follow
thi3 newly begun negotiation for the
purchase of. Heligoland, the struggle will
be a terrible one. Humanity must
deplore the continuance of wars bo
tween civilized and kindred nations. Amer?
ica has nothing to gain from such wars.
The unfeeling idiots in Congress, who ap- j
plauded the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian
war, hoped to make money by it. They
were justly and sorely disappointed. The
family of enlightened nations is now so inti?
mately bound together that harm to one is
harm to all. Wars are ill winds that blow
nobody any good. Will they never, never
The City of New York has recently found
it necessary to enact an ordinance requiring
all druggists and druggists' clerks to pass an
examination before a board appointed for
this purpose, and obtain a certificate of com?
petence, in order to obtain a license. It is
scarcely necessary to state the reasons for
such a law. No whew in the world, we be?
lieve, except in these United States, is hu?
man hie held so cheap, and "free trade"
carried to such an excess, as to permit any
and every one to open a "doctor shop," and
sell medicines and poisons indiscriminately.
The government requires a license of the
apothecary (or did so until lately) for the
purposes of revenue, but gives not a thought
to the protection of the citizen. In Ger?
many, in France, . in Great Britain, in Italy
and Spain, in the Wast India Elanda
the. "dispenser;'-pf medicine is required;.!]rsi
to'h ave- a classical education, and then study
bis "profession"-for the pursuit ol pharma?
cy, thus regulated, is considered.a .?b?ral
profession; while here, there ia no law what?
ever on the subject. The Journal oj Chem?
istry recently called attention to the matter,
and quoted an advertisement offering a large
drug store for sale in the City of Boston, in
which the advertiser says that the "stand"
is a good one, and a knowledge or pharmacy
not necessary, the business being principally
the selling of patent medicines, cigars, facey
How many.deaths are caused annually in
the country through the ignorance or care?
lessness of druggists, it is unnecessary to
dwell upon, as all readers of newspapers BVI
more or less familiar with the fact. A case
that we heard of lately may serve to show
the incompetence of some "dispensers." A
prescription for some powders wa3 handed
to a druggist's clerk; the physician "having
written the direction in the customary way:
"Div. in chart No. 6." which, being inter?
preted, means "divide into six powders."
The clerk after looking at the paper for
some time, handed it back* to the gentleman,
saying, "I cannot fill your prescription ; we
'have no Number Six."
Something, of course, may be said against
the practice of writing prescriptions io Latia.
But if the apothecary has ever so small a
modicum of professional education, he could
read any prescription, whether written by a
French, German or English physician.
By all means let us have a Board of Ex?
aminers, and a .licensed corps of pharmaceu
lists. Such a law need not work harshly
upon any except the hopelessly incompetent
In New York six months are given, within
which time all druggists and druggists'
clerks must corre forward to be examined;
failing to do so, and still following the pur?
suit, they are liable to a fine of $500 and
I Imprisonment. Six months is a fair time of |
.'probation, within which the man of pills,
pellets and pestles can either get a "pony"
and "coach" up, or-sell out and take to shoe?
making or some other congenial pursuit.
The Spirit of Sheridan.
Phil Sheridan's cavalier criticism of the
respective fighting qualities of French and
German soldiers is not much relished. The
Kladderadatsch has the following there
"Did you hear the tremendous whopper told
by that fellow Sheridan about the last French
"Yes ; but I am not surprised. You cannot
make a Professor out ot a donkey, even though
you send him to school for six months."
"But to talk this way, when old Bismarck
treated him so kindly, and shared his last bot?
tle ol beer with him at Sedan !"
'That's Just what's the matter. If he had
given a gallon of whiskey he would have writ?
ten in a very different spirit"
.funeral ri ot ices.
acquaintances of Miss MARV AGNES BURKE,
and of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burke and family, also
the Members of the First and Citadel Square Bap?
tist Chnrches, are respectfully Invited to attend
the Fnneral Services of the former, at the First
Baptist Church (Church street,) THIS AFTERNOON,
at 6 o'clock. jun3C
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUKE 27, 1371.-The Board
of Directors having declared a Seml-Annnal Divi?
dend of FIVE PER CENT, (free of Taxes) on Us
Capital Stock, the same win be paid on and after
MONDAY, the 3d of July nest.
By order. - H. 0. LOPER,
pm- OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENE?
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, JUNE 29, 1871.
Official Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Charl
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fund :
CLASS Na 57-MORNING.
CLASS NO. 58-EVENING.
47-6 -31-2-41-60-36-46-51 -18-48-71.
As witness our baud this 29th day or June, 1871.
mav29 Sworn Commissioners.
pm- EXCURSION TICKETS ! .'-THE
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY has
pnt on sale EXCURSION TICKETS to Anderson,
Greenville and Walhalla, for the summer Months,
at very low rates:
To Anderson and Return.$14 io
To Greenville and Return. 15 10
To Walhalla and Return. 16 io
Those wishing to visit Wllllamston Springs can
purchase the Anderson Tickets.
jnn :4-7_8. B. PICK ENS, G. T. A."
pm- OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY, No. 54 BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, JUNE 21,1871. -The Books for the
Subscriptions to Stock will be opened at the
Office, No. 54 Broad street, on MONDAY, 26th.
jnn21 Secretary and Treasurer.
pm- COMMISSIONERS OF MARKETS,
JUNE 15,1871.-Estimates will be received by the
Committee on Repairs until the 1st July ror the
taking down the Old Shed around the Upper
Wards Market and erecting a new one In its
stead. For further particulars, apply to
junl9-msrs Chief Clerk.
^aer-SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER
SIGNED respectfully Informs his customers and
those wishing to patronize bim, that he ls now
prepared to take orders for GROCERIES at their
residences, having a book for the purpose. Orders
will be taken on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and
goods delivered to any part or the city free or
charge. FRANCIS L. O'NEILL,
Junl9_No. 238 King street.
p3"MESSRS. EDIIORS-PLEASE AN
NOUNCE as a Candidate ror Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election, the name or General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblige
mayl7_? A FRIEND TO REFORM.
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 Estate 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 $5 with each share. Twenty-five
dollars will secure six engravings, with an equal
chance to all the prizes. For shares and lull
particulars, address J. C. DERBY, General Mana?
ger, Augusta, Ga. Juna
^BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls the best in the world-per
reedy harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. EATCHELOR'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does 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 York.
pm* UNION R*NI|;OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, CHARLES i OK, JOKE 28, 18Tl.-The Board
of Directors having declared a Semt-Annual DI?
VIDEND OF FIV^PEff-'CENT^on^ttie present
Capital Stock of thia Bank, the same- win be paid
to the Stockholders on and after MONDAY, the 3d
day of Joly next. H. D. ALEXANDER,
J on80-?-.- Cashier.
p9* CHANGE OF . SCHEDULE.
STEAMER PILOT BOT.-Thia Steamer will here?
after leave for Savannah, Beaufort and Hilton
Head on MONDAYS, and for Beaufort, Pacific and
Chlaolm'B Landings on THURSDAYS.
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
pw "THEY CURE 1" WHAT CURES ?
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for a Cough.
AVER'S PILLS for. a purgative, .and AYE R'S
SARSAPARILLA for the complaints that require
an alterative medicine. jun30-fmw3D*c
pm* THE . BRITISH BARK VINCO,
from Liverpool, has THIS DAY been entered un
der the Five Day Act. All gooda not permitted
at expiration of this time will be sent to Public
Stores. HENRY CARD,
pm* BINOPTRIC LANTERN EXHIBI?
TION.-There will be an Exhibition at Holmes's
Lyceum Hall THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock, by Pro?
fessor HOLMES of the B mont ric Lanterns, for the
benefit of the Citadel Square Baptist Church Sun?
Tickets can be had at Holmes's Book House,
FREEDMANS' SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 74 BROAD STREET.
AMENDMENTS TO THE BOXES AND REGULATIONS.
By authority of the Board of Trustees, Rules v,
VIII and XIV of the "Rules and Regulations" of
the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, as
found In l's Depoalt-Books, are modified as fol?
RULES FOB THE PAYMENT OF INTKBE8T.
In place of Rule V, read:
From the first day of July, 1871, the Freedman's
Savings and Trust Company will pay interest at
the rate of six per cent, per annum, until further
notice, on all sums of five dollara and upwards re?
ceived by lt on deposit, under the following con?
ditions and exceptiona:
interest, at the above-named rate, will begin to
accrue at the beginning of each month on all sums
of five dollars and upwards then on deposit. It
will be calculated twice a year, viz: on the first
day or Joly and the first day of January In each
year, and* win be paid In cash to, or entered to the
credit of, the depositor as a deposit, as he or she
may prefer, within twenty days after those dates.
No Interest will be allowed or paid on any sum
withdrawn before the first days of July or Janu?
ary In each year, for the period which may have
elapsed since the date of the last dividend.
On deposits of five thousand dollars and up
warda, only five per cent, per annum will be al?
Rule XIV shall read thus:
Depoalta In sums of not less than fifty dol?
lars may be received, to be subject to check at
sight, which shall draw interest from the date of
deposit at the rate of four per cent, per annum,
on condition that the sums so deposited shall re
mam on deposit not lesa than thirty days.
But deposita made under thia rule will not par?
ticipate in the higher rates of interest of Rule V.
Rule VI ls hereby repealed.
Rule vin as amended:.
8. Drafts may be made personally, or by the or?
der, in writing, of the depositor, (if the Company
have the signature of the party on their Signature
Book,) or by letters of attorney duly authenticat?
ed; but no person shall be paid any patt of the
principal or Interest without producing the Pass.
Book, and having such payments entered therein :
Provided, That this rule shall not prohibit
cashiers, under the d! i action of the Actuary, from
making special arrangements for the deposits of
business men, which may be withdrawn by check
in accordance with the nsuai rules of banks.
Passed at Washington, D. 0., Jon? s, 1S71.
Jun29-3_Cashier Charleston Branch.
pm* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
OHA Rt.ESTOS.-CHARLESTON, 27TH JUNE, 1871.
DIVIDEND.-The Board or Directors have THIS
DAY declared a Semi-Annual DIVIDEND OF SIX
(6) PER CENT, on the Capital Stock, free or Tax,
payable on and after the 3d July next.
Jnn28_WM. 0. BREESE, Cashier.
pm* CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. 68 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollara will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on hand
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
In the field, and solicits aid to introduce another.
Persona Intereated In the work or seeking further
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6moB ,_Treasurer 0. B. S.
pm* J. R. SOLOMONS, M. D.,
Will leave the city about 20th July.
^OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
GASLIGHT COMPANY, JUNE 28, I871.-The
Board of Directors of this Company having de?
clared a Dividend ot FIFTY CENTS per Share on
the Capital MO ck ror the last six months, the
same will be paid to Stockholders on and arter
MONDAY, Sd July.
The Transrer Books will be closed from this
date to 31 July. W. J. HERIOT,
Jnn28_Secretary and Treasurer.
pm* CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX
NOTICE.-COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, FI RE?
PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, JUNE 23, 1871.
Notice ls hereby given to all 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 on or before the
31st day of July, 1871, for the year commencing
July 1st, 1871, veriUed by oath of the person,
whose duty lt ls to so list or return said property
possessed by him, or under his control, either ss
owner, agent, parent, husband, guardian, execu?
tor, administrator, trustee, receiver, officer,
partner, factor, or holder, with the value of auch
personal property so held or controled. By Section
3d, of au Act to amend an Act providing ror the
assessment and taxation or property, passed
September 15, 186S, and all Acts amendatory
thereto, lt Is made the duty of the County Audi?
tor to add Arty per cr nt. penalty thereto for fail?
ure or oeglect to make returns of property with?
in the time given so to do, "and must be ob?
The following must be returned for Taxation as
1. Number or Horses.
2. Number of Cattle.
3. Number of Mules and Asses.
4. Number of Sheep and Goats.
5. Number of Hogs
" ? Number of Gold and Sliver Watches.
I Number of Gold and Sliver Plate.
7. Number of Pianofortes, Melodeons, or Cabinet
8. Number or Pleasure Carriages.
9. Number of Dogs.
10. Value of good-*, merchandise, rooneys and
credits pertaining to my business as a mer?
chant, during the year or part thereof, end?
ing the first day or July, 1871.
11. Value or materials received, used or provided
to be used, In my busfoeas, as a manufac?
turer dui lng the year or uart thereof, end?
ing the first day of July, 1871.
12. Value or all machinery, engines, tools, fixtures
and implements used or provided for use In
my business as a manufacturer, during the
year or part thereof, ending the first day of
July, 1871, and or all manufactured ani?
eles on hand one year or more previous
to that day. .
13. Value or moneys, Including Bank Bills and
14. Value or all credits.
is. Value of investments in the stocks or any
company or corporation out of this State,
except National Banks.
16. Value of all investments in bonds, except
bonds or the United States and or this
State, expressly exempt from taxation.
17. Annual value of all leases except permanent
18. Value of all other property.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
Jun23*7mth9 County Auditor.
MARION LODGE," No.*2, L O.^O. F.
Toe Jttegular Quarterly Meeting**?f this
Lwlge will be held THIS EVENING, -at Odd Fellow's
Hall, at s o'clock. Members will come prepared
tb pay arrears. ROBT. 0. STA KB,
TYRE LODGE, No. 136, A. F. M -AN
Extra Com mu nica t lon ot Tyre Lodge, No.
laa^.wlli oe .held, at .Masonic Ha i THIS > VENING,
at 8 o'clock. Candidates for the Degree of Master
Mason wtu please be ponctuai.
By order W. M. WM. L. KINO,
JUD30_ ' ~ ' _Secretary,
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM
PANT.-An Extra Meeting of the Company
will be held at the Engine Honte THIS EVENING,
at half-past 8 o'clock. A large attendance ls re?
quested, as the Committee appointed at last
meeting will report.
By order. WM. O. MILLER,
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.- THE REGU
L \ R Meeting of ibis Society will be held at
South Carolina Hall, THIS (Friday) EVENING, the
30th lastant, at 8 o'clock. Agreeably to Rnle III,
Section 6, an Election will be held for President ro
lill tie vacancy caused by the death of the late
President, Captain ROBERT MURE.
D. $ PAUL?N'j M?1**6T of Emotion.
Jnn30 ' ROBERT M. GORDON, Secretary.
ANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
In the Land and Immigration Association
Of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see my friends
at the office of Mr. C. GLACICS, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
WANTED A RESPECTABLE COLOR?
ED woman to mind an infant. Charac?
ter required. Apply at No. 22 Montague street.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE COLOR?
ED woman to attend chambers. Apply
at No. 22 Montague street._Jon8Q-2
WANTED, A COMPETENT AND
trustworthy White Woman to go to Co?
lumbia. Must be capable of taking entire charge
of a family. Apply at Academy or Music, up
WANTED, A WOMAN SERVANT TO
Cook and Wash for a family of two.
Recommendations required. Apply at this office.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN, BETWEEN
16 and 18 years of age. to attend tn a
Fruit Store. Apply to A. BROOKBANKS, Meeting
street, above Queen._Janso-l*
TT/"ANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
Y V PLAIN COOKING and wash. Apply at
No. 04 King street, one door below J. Burkamp A
WANTED, A SMART SERVANT TO
cookand wash. Must come well recom?
mended. Apply at ABCHER'S BAZAAR, No. 303
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
WASHER, that can come well recom?
mended-white or colored. Apply at No. 41
Wentworth street._Jon ;3
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
Servant. None need apply unless well
recommended. Apply at this ornee.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
or on time, a two and a half story HOOaE.
(Brick preferred) In the central part of the eley, tn
a good neighborhood. Apply at this office.
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES
to secure now a position as Teacher In a
school or family, for the lat October, to teach
English branches, including Mathematics, and,
If lu a family, also French and rudiments of Music
If required. Address, with fall particulars of
terms, Ac, P. 0. Box No. 21, Wilson, N. 0.
ANEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE?
SIRABLE tenant, who would take a three
or nve yea?' lease at a moderate rent. Must be
In western part of the city or near the Battery.
Address, with full particulars, BETA, office of
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION of Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments of Music. Address "D.,f DAILY
NEWS office._" _Jtmio
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries; is a stood Accountant, and
wining to make himself generally useful. Can
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
of THE NEWS. mavis
ELECTRO-PLATERS.-One of Dr. KIDDER'S
Latest Patent Sis Current Vitalizing Medical
Electro Batteries, complete. Full directions for
using. Term? low. Apply at Star Shoe House,
No. 442 King street._J un 30-2
FOR SALE.-A JUDGMENT AGAINST
PARKER J. HOLLAND ror Twenty-six 29-100
Dollars, will be sold at private sale, a: a discount,
at MENKE A MULLER._Jun21
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quaiitv, which are offered
"heap, call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting aud Church streets. _fohu
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large r-r small qnantttles.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
oftlce of TUE NEWS._may 18
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rnggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
ne iv. cuts 23 indies, and has an extra knife No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Job Office._magg
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
Orangebarg District, 2b>uth carolina, 16 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, au?
gusta Branch, and 18 mites 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 eli arni, bnt not under fence-all of
which ls firat-class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls Qrst class Timber Land.
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
for Immediate nse, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has ?
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, Ac, six
(6) framed negro houses In good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt wh ch makes it very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma?
nures, Ac. The best of titles can be given. Any
information either In writing or In person can be
bad by application to Dr. h. BAER, NO. I3i Meet?
ing strec-r, Charleston, S. 0._Junl6
tost ano founts.
Brass Closet KEY, of peculiar make. The
Under will receive a reward and the thanks of the
owner, by leaving -the same at THE NEWS office.
FIVE DOLLARS REWS RD.-LOST OR
stolen from a child's neck on the Battery,
last Saturday, a curiously wrought GuLD NECK?
LACE. The above reward will be paid and no
questions asked, for Its return to the office of THE
TO RENT, FOR JULY AND AUGUST, A
beautiful and complet?ly furnished cottage
in Greenville, S. C. A good garden, good well or
water and good orchard attached. Best or refer?
ences required. Address JOHN H. SCHOFIELD,
Greenville, s. C._jun2P-3
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
Doughty street Apply within. Jun2S
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
tho Town or Anderson, S. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, containing Hix rooms, partially rurnisned.
Tue garden Is In a high state or cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can be desired lor sum?
mer comfort aud pleasure From May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality In South
Can-lina. Apply to F. u. DB FONTAINE, at th?
Mills House, or to M., Box loo, Anderson, S. c.
B^^Rom?T^T? ~ FE W^ENTLEI?EN
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, t>y ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also fnrnlshed. mayl6
HILBERS HOUSE, No. 284 KING
STREET, between Wentworth and Hasel
streets, within Ave minutes' walk ol the Postoffice
and principal Business Houses or Meeting and
H ay ne streets, and fifty yards or the City Ball?
way, which communicates with all parts or the
city. Terms, $2 per diem. Special contracts
made on most reasonable terms for BOARD by
tue week or month for single Gentlemen or Farat
lles. MRS. B. HILBERS, Proprietor. JunS-lmo
Helmbold's Rose Wash
Hembold's Catawba Crape Pills.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
mayl5 No. 131 Meeting street.
jjjjggfegf Ciqgorg, Sf c.
CT OB N ! S O R N ! C O ? ? i
?381 bushels WHITE- CORN, ex achoonaf
Pacific, for Bale by
SHAOKELFORD A KELLY,
JOD30-1 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf. ^
Q O E Ni ' C O B N! CORN!
8000 bushels Prjme^WflJTE MILLINQ CORN.
Landing from Schooner H. 0. Bird. For sale by
HER HANN BULLWINKLE.
pRIME WHITE CORN.
3000 bushels Prime White CORN, suitable for
milling purposed. For sale by _
78 casks JEFF RET 'S SPARKLING ALE (pinta.)
For sale by P.AVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
Jnn29-2_No. 177 East Bay.
JJ A M S - AND LARD.
10 tierces Darnell's Imitation WESTPHALIA
s tierces Davis's Diamond Hams
io tierces Davis's Leaf Lard.
All Hams reweighed when sold. For sale by
D. A. A MME,
Southeast corner MaTket and Meeting streets.
?1 HARLES HELDSLECK CHAMPAGNES,
HILLERY AND EXTRA DRY. A. LAL ANDE A
CO., Proprietor of the Chat. Leoville and Brown
cantenac Clarets. A full assortment of the above
Wmes for sale by all principal Grocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF * CO.
JJATHORS SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binningens Old London Dock Gin. Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits; in quart Jars
Assorted French Fruits, In own Juice, pat up ls
glass stoppered decanters
Pickles, in Taney jars
india Currie, In flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, In glass pots
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, In flasks, and Bengal Chatney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.
janii_No. 276 King street
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, Yoong America Ohoeae, Eldam and
Sap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon strips. Onolce Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Pict led Ox Tongues.
Outfield's, American, Whestphalia,' Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
jami No. 275 King street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
?. E. BEDFORD,
anil_No. 275 King street.
^T LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KINO STREBT,
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AND CARO?
LINA TEA AGENCY,
You can buy for one dollar and fifty cents one
pound of the very best YOUNG HYSON TEA or
delicate flavor and great strength.
For thirty cents one gallon ben quality LIGHT?
For seventy-five cents one gallon choice Silver
For three dollars and fifty cents a Japanned Tin
CHAMBER SET, composed or three articles, and
worth five dollars.
For arty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
buyer would think cheap at one dollar.
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
OUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TWENTY-FIVE PEE CENT. CHEAPER
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
PLAIN AND DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
LINLEY*S CHEAP STORE,"
No. His King street,
Dissolutions of d op artners rj ip.
Notice ls hereby given that the Partnership
lately subsisting between the late JOHN 0AMP
SEN AND ERNEST WALTJEN, of Charle ton, un?
der the firm of JOHN CAMPS EN A COMPANY,
was dissolved on the 2lst day or May, 1871, by the
decease or Mr. JOHN OAMPSEN. The under?
signed ls authorized to settle all debts due to and
by the said Partnership.
NOTICE.-The undersigned will continue the
Wholesale and Retail GRAIN AND MILLING
BUSINESS. In the City of Charleston, under the
name of JOHN OAMPSEN A CO.. to date from 1st
Instant. CATHARINE CAM PS EN,
(Widow of the late J. Campsen.)
Charleston, June 12,1871 . j unis-tuf imo
Copartners 1]ip Notices.
CHARLESTON, JUNE 27, 1871.-WE
have this day, the 26th Jane, associated
wi'h us HENRY BAYER as a partner. The busi?
ness will be conducted under the same name as
heretofore, of C. BART A CO. 0. BA KT,
PHOSIX ISON WORKS, CHARLES-1
TON, S. O-EDWARD M. TROTH and W.
E. PR 1 OLE AU bave been admitted as copartners
with us. The business will be conducted under
the same style as heretofore.
juQ-27-6 Dsc JOHN P. TAYLOR A CO.
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BUILD?
ER'S DEPOT, No. 94 Church street.
Junl6 E. M. ORIMKE.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully in forms hts friends
and the public that, having refitted the above
Mill with improved Machinery, ls 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
Seasom.d, Dressed Flooring, Lining, Shelving
and Weather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES, Plast?
ering Latba, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 QUEEN STBBBT, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Patent Thief Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
E'^^??^BT m?ES? * co.,
f. -M . Wj f. .
WHOLESALE ?ROvJsiON DEALERS,
So.\ 171<*EAST"-B^rH'oHARLESTON, S. 0.,
HATE OS EAXB, AND WEEKLY HECErvLVa:
-Floor; Sogar. Coffee and Pork -
.Syrnp, -Molasses, Batter and Lard
Beef, 0 bees e. Mackerel aildf Heir lu g
. With a foll and weU-#elected Stock of GROCE?
RIES, which we offer ac the lowest market ratea.
J9-eOrjNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
Also, always on hand, those good ?
PATAPSCO 3. C. HAMS. " "?
may6-rmw3mos . - ? ?
TT^ILSONS? POPULAR GROCERY.
Smoked PIG TONGUES- at $125 per dosen.
It ls a settled fact that jr
. WILSON sells a better
WILSONS' - GROCERY.
TEA for the same money -
WILSONS' '. GROCERY.
than any other House m
the etty. -
No. 3 0-6
NO. 3 0 0
We are now offering a
Fine, Clear Drawing
At the low price of'
OREEN AND BLACK.
NO.' 3 0 0 KING ST.
_ Give WILSON'S TEA a .
^0. 800 KING ST.
trial, and you will use _ n?.
No. 800 KING ST.
no other. ?. -?
No. 8 00 KING ST.
All Goods delivered free.
No. 800 KING ST.
CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRLT3, AT IS
cents per lb.
Fulton Market BEEF, very fine, at 15 cents per
A lot or unbagged Sugar-cured Hams .(war?
ranted) at a low price. _
W. H. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All Goods delivered free. JunM
Srrrjspaptrs, i?laga}ines, &t.
j??nr^ IA N
FOR JULY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number..,?....,.25 cents
Per annum..-..$2 oo
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 8 Broad street..
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE. .
mar25 . _ . y
H ARLES TO N
ADVERTISING AGENCY, 4
CORNER BROAD STBBBT ANO EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS m the United Stetes.
WALKER, EV^NS A COGSWELL.
decs mwr .'*;
JJ 0! F 0 R T H E M 0 U N T Al N S.
Parties visiting Flat Rock, N. C., or Asheville,
N. C., will And comfortable Stages leaving Green?
ville, S. C., every MONDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY MORNINGS, reaching Henderson vii le for sup?
per and Asheville for dinner next day.
JunSt-lmo_WM. P. BLAIR.
gPARKLLNG CATAWBA SPRINGS,
FORMERLY CALLED THE CAROLINA WHITE SULPHUR,
CATAWBA. COUNTY, N. 0.
This highly popular WATERING PLACE will
be open for visitors on WEDNESDAY, June 13th,
The Mineral Waters or these springs are the
White and Bine Sulphur and Chalybeate, the me.
diclnai properties of which are not excelled, and
a healthier and more delightful watering place
not to be found.
The Springs will be under the management of
J. M. BLAIR, formerly of Raleigh, N. C., an expo*
rlenced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WRE>,N,
and visitors may rely upon good fare and gooomt
Plenty of Ice, good Band or Music, and good
Physician In attendance, Arc.
Leave Baltimore or Washington City In the
morning via Ac quia Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville Railroad, to Salisbury, where yon take the
Western and Morganton Road, r, nd reach Hickory
Station (the Springs Depot; by half-past nine the
Leave Augusta Ga, at night, and take the Char?
lotte and Statesvtlle Road at Charlotte, you reach
the Springs early the next morning. Charleston
In the morning, and be at the Springs the next
A good roar-horse omnibus viii mn In connec?
tion with the trains to the Springs over a beauti?
ful road only six miles.
Per month, (or four weeks).$40 00
Per week.15 00
Per day. 2 60
Children and colored servants half price. No
charge for in rants nnder two years of age.
Sparkling Catawba Springs, June lat, 18TL
Scots, Srjoes, &t.
Q.ET THE BEST!
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
ST El BE R'S,
No. 41 BBOAD STBEET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
name only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,'
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment. ?
Gall and examine specimens. _ ^ <
may22 No. 41 Broad street.