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^em-A FF A i E. s.
Auction Sale? Thu Day.
Leitch ic Bruns will ?ell at 10 o'clock, at their
-office, wagon, horse and harness.
Sheriff Mackey will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Courthouse, contents of bar-room, Ac.
william McKay will sell at io o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, Ac.
Meetings This Day.
WashingtonlLight Infantry Rifle Club, at 8 P.
Solomon's Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Ward 7 Clnb, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Riflemen Clnb, at half-past 8 P. M.
Palmetto Division, Sons or Temperance, at 8 P.
Charleston Mechanics' Socletv, a*. 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, ac 3 P.M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
R. W. Grand Encampmenr, 1.0.0. F., at 8 P. M
ELECTION* ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pub
-licatlon in TH* NKWS, must, in all cases, be paid
for in advance.
THE MATORALTT.-The friends of Major Ed?
ward Willis are actively advocating his c latms to
the nomination for Mayor of Charleston.
RAPPLE.-A picture from table No. I, and a
sofa pillow norn table No. 3, or the Ladles' Memo?
rial Fair, will be raffled this afternoon, at half-past
6 o'clock, at the store of Mr. F. von Santen, in
Xing-street, next door to the Academy of Music
SAVANNAH "AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
The Interest on the first mortgage seven per cent
bonds of this company are payable at the bank?
ing house of Mr. H. H. Kimpton, New Tork. See
A NEW HEARSE.-Mr. Graham, of the Mills
House Livery Stable, bas just received a very
handsome new hearse from New Tork, per steam
ARRIVAL OE THE GEORGIA.-This elegant pas
Benger steamship arrived at her dock In this city
on Saturday morning, at 6 o'clock, after a pleas
ant voy ago." end will sail hence on Wednesday
next, at half past io A. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
BOAT CAPSIZED.-About noon on Saturday a
small boat, rowed by two men, was accidentally
upset a short distance off Union wharves. The
men clung to the boat with a will, and were sion
rescued by a boat from the steamer Alanthus,
with no other damage than a good ducking.
THE SHOW AT THE MARKET.-Considerable
excitement was manifested on Saturday after?
noon, over a small church-like edifice, which an
itinerant showman had put up under a colored
canvas covering. A look through the portals
-llscloses the Pope and Bishops in council, and
.can be enjoyed at the moderate price of 10 cents.
CRUMBS.-Thomas B. Maxwell, of this city,
has been appointed a notary pnbllo by the Gov .
One of the colored In. .ates of the Lunatic Asy?
lum, in Columbia, attempted to set Are to the
building on Friday morning. The Are was soon
discovered and extinguished without damage.
A BRAZEN THIEF.-A colored youth, named
-James Jones, was arrested on Saturday morning
by Officers Burke and Davis, charged with steal?
ing a heavy brass ring. The article, which seems
to ha, been the frame of a skylight or a steam?
ship's side light, was found in his possession, and
lt is supposed to have been stolen from Market
wharf. Jones says be round lt. He is held for
examination, and with the frame may be seen at
the Detectives' office. It appears to be against the
law to "And" brass rings.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.-At the regular
-quarterly meeting of Palmetto Division, Sons of
Temperance, held on the evening of the 29th of
June, the following officers were elected to serve
for the ensuing term,and will be publicly Installed
this evening, at 8 o'clock, at their hall, corner of
King and Liberty streets. The pnbllo are Invited to
attend: F. A. Sllcox, W. p.; J. D. Meyers, W. A.;
W. J Qulgley, R. S.; F. M. Harper, A. R, S.;T. 0.
Jo wit r, F. S. ; A. Prince, Treas.; C. J. Player, C.;
Wm. Murphy, A. C.; W. S. Ai mar, 0. S. ; Rev. J. M.
?CarUale, Chap.; O. L. 0. Cook, P. W.'P.
A NEW TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT_Samuel
Richardson, colored, was arrested Friday night
for being drunk and disorderly in his house, No.
15 Mill street. After an examination, be was dis?
charged by the Mayor with the following sen?
tence: "To keep sober or be locked up." This
thiows the temperance pledge entirely into the
shade. Samuel mast choose between whiskey
and the Workhouse, and, Should he fall to Seep,
sober, Incarceration follows vhls falling from
grace. Sobriety ls now. io be enforced by an
edict of the Mayor, and, ir the principle ls to be
carried ont, the moat ample accommodations for
L prisonera should be'provlded at once.
THE Soc ra CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST COM?
PANY on Saturday morning moved-Into their new
building, No. 17 Broad street, adjoining their old
place or business. The edifice is of two stories, and
substantially built, and with lt? natent Iron frouti
painted of a slaty cream olor, makes a hand?
some show on 'Change. The Interior ia neatly
filled np, with the officers' rooms In the rear, and
the banking-room on the first floor in front. The
upper story ls divided into three handsome apart
ments, suitable for committee rooms or law offi?
ces. The counters in the banking-room are of
dark walnut, with cases at the back to corre?
spond; and the whole accords well with the
flourishing condition of the institution.
?GILMORE'S FORGET-ME-NOT_Saturday morn
tog, while the workmen were removing a part of
some or the back pews in the gallery of St.
Michael's Church, for the purpose of repairing
and enlarging the organ, a fragment of a Parrott
shell, weighing about a pound, was discovered
-embedded la one of the solid beams which sustain
the gallery. It ls a piece of the first or Mr. Gil?
more's messengers which struck the church, tear?
ing through the roof and exploding Just where
the organ now stands. This venerable portion ot
the church furniture had then been removed,
otherwise lt would have been beyond the reach of
repair. The fragment ls stamped "Patented
186-, " and the last figure may be round on another
SUDDEN DEATH OF A WOMAN-INQUEST.
About 12 o'clock, on Saturday, a colored woman
named Hose Fuller, la the employ of MT. Correr?,
on East Bay, fell down suddenly whUe on her way
from the Market, bleeding profusely from the
month and nostrils. She was taken up. and every
assistance afforded her. but tn spite or all effjrts
shs expired aboot three minutes arter her rall.
Au Inquest was held over her body in the after
noou at No. 98 Market street, where her family re?
side, and whither her body had been conveyed by
ber fri-nds, and a post mortem examination hav?
ing been held by a surgeon, the jory returned a
verdict In accordance with his opinion, that the
deceased had come to her death from "congestion
or the lungs." She had been unwell for some
time past, and suffering from some Internal com?
plaint. She was flfty years or age, and a native
CLUBS AND STARS.-Paul Jackson, arrested
for breaking luto and lobbing the cabin or the
schooner Elvina, was committed for trial at the
next Court of General Sessions on the charge of
burglary and larceny.
Jonas and Matilda Jenkins, arrested for beating
a small boy, were turned over to Trial Justice
Magrath, and, after an examination, Matilda
.gave boad to keep the peace, and Jonas was dis?
patched to the county jail for ten days.
Thomas Washington, lodged for offering for
sale a small silver-plated table gong, pleaded
that he was a "spotter," but was sent to the
House of Correction for ten days as a vagrant.
An individual, who could not seo hts way home,
was kindly assisted to the Guardhouse by a
policeman, and, after explaining the matter to
the Mayor, was discharged on the plea of the
BXCORSION OF THE GERMANIA BL ND.-This
popular Gorman society has chartered tbesteamer
st.' Helena for a moonlight excursion thia even lag.
Wa understand that a large attendance ls expect*
ed, who no"doubt will have a good time, as muBlc,
refreshments. Ac, are all provided.
THE PALMETTO REGATTA CLUB opened their
new hall, at the co ner of South Commercial
wharf and East Bay, on Saturday evening, the
members of the Carolina Independent Boatclub
being present on the occasion. A neat collation
was discussed, in the course of which, sentiments
were given and speeches made both by the hosts
and their guests. The new flag of the Palmet
toes was flying for the first time f-rom the staff on
the roof of the building. It is a handsome ban?
ner of white bunting, inscribed with the name of
the club in blue letters and with a green Palmet?
to tree handsomely worked upon lt. The date of
the formation of the cia J, 1?T0, ls in letters of 'ed,
and sets oft the flag to advantage.
Too MUCH LAW.-Justice ls blind, says the
adage; and from the way in which her affairs are
administered tn this city, we find no difficulty lu
believing lt. Sometimes we contd wish that those
?scales" were removed from her eyes, that she
might see what was being done in her name; and
snre we are that the aforenamed lady would be
heartily ashamed or the acts of some or her min?
ist?re. Thus a few days ago a woman was
brought up before a trial justice and condemned
for an assault upon a little girl, not quite ten
years old; whereupon the defendant took out a
cross warrant from another trial justice, and this
dttle girl was arrested, found galley of assaulting
the said woman and sentenced. Alt this not only
ts a source of great expense to th? State or county,
but is also a great scandal, and demoralizing la
the highest degree. The fact is, we have too
much "law" Jost now, and we are not sure that
this ls not worse even than having too little of
BASE BALL.-A match game was played
betwoen the second nine of the Gray Stockings
and the flrst nine of the Carolina Jr. Clnb, on
Saturday afternoon, on the Citadel Green. The
score runs as foUows:
McCieln, c.1 3
Lewis, p.i 2
Poutny, 1st b.3 1
Johnston, 2d t>_2 2
Heyer, 3d b.1 2
Blenn, as.2 2
Byers, L f.2 2
Bowman, cf..0 4
Riley, r. f.I 3
Knauff, 1st b.8
G. Sohtfny, 2d 0...6
C. Schlffly, 8db...7
Mr Nul tv. as.8 2
Thomas, L f.4 3
Darius, r. f..4
1st..2d. 3d. 4th. 6th. 6th. 7th.
Bray Stockings....4 6 0 1 2 0 2-14
Carolinas..........7 .6 ll 1 6 13 4-43
Mr. E. Maguire, of the Schachte Club, acted as
AN INHUMAN OUTRAGE.-A colored man, who
"ormerly weut by the name of Hy Thompson, and
lad Just served out a term la Jail for grand lar
:eny, recently turned up on Santee in this county
is one Jack Williams, and there committed an
>utrage upon a colored woman named Rlnah
bathers. There was great Indignation when the
iffalr became known, and the country being
.roused, the villain was captured near the ferry.
le was brought before a trial justice and ldenti
led by the woman. A constable brought him to
;he city Saturday morning, and he was lodged in
all to await hts trial at the next term of the
;oart of General Sessions. Rlaah ls a mat ried
roman about twenty-five years of age and has
?ne child. She was waylaid by the vtttaln between
he Manlgault aad Buck HaU plantations on San?
ee River, williams was entirely unknown In the
?eighborhood. On his way to the city he made
requent attempts to escape, and said "he didn't
?are a damn about the matter, and that he just
is lleve be m the penitentiary for life,'as he did
tot intend to work."
CAROLINA' MUTUAL INSURANCE COUPANT*.
mi*, we believe, is the only purely mutual Ure
nsurance company now in Charleston, in the
?port delivered by the president, Geo. John A.
Vagener, at the annual meeting, held on Satur
lay last, July l, he says: "Oar system requires
c not, to lay up any considerable capital beyond
he funds necessary to secure the amount of pre*
alum paid la. This mast always ue kept tato.ot
md provided for, either to be returned on resig
lation, or to be used la the case of a failure of a
nember to pay his assessments. Any other
ands can only be ased Tor actual expanse* and
o cover deficits in assessments. A large capital
vould uot redound to the beneflt of the accurau
atora, inasmuch a? oar policies are resigned,
enewed, transferred and suspended, without
my special claim of the original insurer, except
ag for the amount of premiums paid In; anda
iew Insurer of one day has the samo rights, In
erests and claims, as the one that was perhaps
ne of the founders of oar Institution." The re
elpts daring the year from all sources were
?6530 68; payments $5378 71. The company now
lumbers 430 members, an increase of 86 on last
ear. The Investments of the company are $21,
THE K. K. INVESTIGATORS AT COLUMBIA.
Che Phoenix announces that Hon. J. Scott, Pen n
lylvnnia, P. Van Troop and J. E. Stevens, of Ohio,
ire quartered at the Columbia Hotel, and will take
ivldence on the alleged outrages la South Caro?
ma. Pertinent to this crisis in our political af
airs, ls a letter from an Oconee subscriber, in
rhlch he urges us to advocate the sending of two
iompanles of cavalry and at least two batteries
if artillery, (large guns-the larger the better, as
hey will require more horses to pull 'em,) up to
ils district, as they have more forage than they
vant and no ma-ket, without an expensive haul,
vhich don't pay, aa the roads are net worked
iow-adays very well, since freedom come In.
)nr correspondent goes on to say that two hun.
Ired and fifty such soldiers coming to Oconee
vouid revivo trade, ".onsume corn and fodder,
ind even ventures an estimate of the value cf the
itable manure for six months to his keounty In
nost attractive figures. He gdes on to say that
f lt's necessary to enlist the sympathy of the gov
srnment fully for the "XVth amendments" and
oppression of E. K. outrages, that four of his
icst b^uds are willing to hide for six months
;hat their o ?ad bodies, horribly mutilated, Ac,
will be announced as found, with usual surround?
.nrjs of "Grear excitement"-"down with the E.
s.. "-"public nettings of all ?w abiding citizens
failed," Ac. We respectfully submit this Informa
Hon and the proposed sltaatloa or Oconee affairs
:o the serious attention of the national K. K.
CHARLESTON', July 1,1871,
"Are not Abana and Pbarpar Rivers of D??
?aseos better than all the waters of Israel ? May
I not wash in them and be olean ? And he turned
ind went away la a rage." So said and so did a
foolishly haughty man some hundreds of years
igo, but after all he found his need of something
better, and when his foolishness forsook him, be
trashed and becime a clean man.
Evidently the writer or a certain article In THE
CHARLESTON" NEWS of to-day is Of the opinion Of
this Naaman. He may not have the leprosy, but
he certainly has some evil disease which he needs
to be cleansed or purged of. It may be that yel?
low eyed monster, Jealousy, or that other green
eyed brother, Prejudice; but, whatever lt be, my
poor friend, be admonished, and try some other
river than the Ashley and the Cooper of Charles?
ton. Savannah may not have so much water to '
boast of; she may not be shaped like a crane, with
a Utile b .dy, a very long neck and a very small
head; bat then we mu3t admit that after all the
crane is a fooUsh bird, though belonging to a
large species. I would prefer a partridge or even
a chicken for my diet. So thea lay aside this
foolish fondness, and try a change from this
"large City? of Charleston to aome smaller place,
and try to overcome by Increased knowledge that
wicked prejudice which woald tafilet libel and
Blander upon an unoffending sister city; and re?
member, too, that lt ts a poor way or building up
a good reputation, thl3 pulling down that of
others._ J- E- P.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3,14,
ts, $8 so and $8 60 per thousand, according to
? ne, at IBM Saws Job Office
The exhibition kindly .tendered by Professor
Holmes to the Citadel Square Baptist Church
Sunday-School took place Saturday evening before
a large and attentive audience. It ls needleas I
say that the exhibition was good, as every one
knows that the professor never undertakes any?
thing of the kind without coming out successful.
The Rev. E. T. Winkler, pastor of the church, was
on the stage, and made many Interesting re?
marks relative to the scenes presented. Many
little hearts went away thanking the professor
forgiving them tue opportunity of spending net
only an interes'ing but instructive evening.
OKS OF THE AUDIENCE.
Hotel \rrlvaln-Ja\y 1 and 9.
Jr.mes B. Gordon, Flat Bock, N. C.; Master
J. ? Ford, MIPS M. E. Ford, New York; M. A. Reno,
wife, nurse and child, C. S.A.; Robt. Graham,
New York; F. J. Moses, Jr., H. C. Moses. Sumter,
S.e.; A. Myers, Mexico; Fred. Booth, Jersey; H.
W. Cramp, B. H. B. Cramp, 0. D. Cramp, Philadel?
phia; Jas. Thorne, New Rochelle, N. Y.; John Ham?
ilton, New York; Wm. Graham and wife, Wash?
ington, D. O.; R. J. Phillipa, Omaha Nebraska;
Felix Anderson, Chicago.
C. Zogbaum, Philadelphia; W. J. Farr, Augusta;
Robt. F. Simpson, Miss Jennie Mackln, Miss Lon
Phillips, Philadelphia; Mrs. Hastening and child,
I. F. Beckmann, Georgetown, S. C.; A. Myers,
Philadelphia; Jno. w. Walker, Baltimore; Thoa
FL. Payne, Jacksonville; Wm. Wlllcock, Orange
burg; A. Loryea, South Carolina; Captain F. Cor?
an, British Bark Rhea Sylvia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bowers and two children,
atlanta; H. Jenkins, Jr., Jacksonville; E. W. Fer?
ris, South Carolina; Or. Doar, Santee; H. J. Ball,
New York; W. C. Workman, Savannah; W. T. Tali
iferro! Florida; Geo. E Schnobel, wife and two
ohUdren, Jacksonville; J. S. Jones, Virginia; Cap?
tain S. Crowell, Steamship Georgia; R. C. Sibley,
augusta; F. G. Burroughs, South Carolina; Geo.
W. Cox, Atlanta; P. Prloleau, Jr., E. M. Harris, W.
I. Jones, Macon; Geo. O.Johnson, Savannah ; T.
* i - " ?
li USINEES NOT IC MB.
MOUNT PLEASANT.-We call attention to the
idvertisemeu: In another column of the schedule
it the Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry
Boats, fer the Fourth of Jaly. .
BLACK GENAPPINE at 25 cents. Colored mus
Ins io, 12},', 16% cents.-at A. R. STILLMAN'S
Dry Goods House, No. 281 King street.
THE ACADEHT OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
CERTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler. Chadwick,
Hary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent for this
?plendtd and attractive scheme ls now prepared
;o eell tickets for the same. A? plications tb be
nade to him at the office or Mr. c. Claclus, corner
Elast Bay and Central wharf. may29
A BOX containing one quire of Note Paper,
irlth Envelopes to match, tor 25c, at
CHAS. C. RIOHTER'S,
mayl3-m Hasel street Bazaar.
KID GLOVES -Kid Gloves, black and colored,
it 60 cents per pair. A few more left, at
A. R. STILLMAN'S,
Dry Goods Bouse, No. 281 King street.
I DESIRE to inform the people ol Charleston
ind the country that they can bny a better and
iheaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. ai Queen
itreet ls the place, to ge: a first-class Sewing Ha?
ili ia e, either new or second-hand; so come one,
some au. and let me serve you to a No. l Machine.
junio j. L. LUNSFORD.
BLEACHED and Unbleached Crash at 10 cents
?er yard. Huckaback Towels at 10 cents, at
A. R_ STILLMAN'S
Dry Goods House, No. 281 King street,
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
i now prepare ! to furnish good envelopes, with
inamess cards printed thereon, at-$4 per thous
,nd. Send your orders. Every merchant and
usines* ?nan should have ins card printed on
SHINGLES! SHINGLES !
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BUlLD
:R'3 DEPOT. No. 91 Church street,
j J il ti E. M. GRIMKE. .
MHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
\J PLANING MILL,
VEST END WENTWORTH AND BE AD FAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully Informs hla friends
md the public that, having refitted the above
lill with lmprovad Machinery, ls now prepared
o receive orders Tor LUMBER of all descriptions,
? hie a will be furnished with dispatch, and at the
sweat market prices. On hand a large stock of
lessoned, Dressed Floo lng, Lining, Shelving
nd Weather BOARDS. AUo, SHINGLES, Plast
ring Laths, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
Shirts ano JrnmiBrjutg Q?OO?*.
gt THE P?A^E^F?ITLO^ g?
Fit, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
Latest New York and London Cuts.
^ STAR SHIRTS.
Order your shirts now, before the hot
Q STAR SHIRTS.
Shirts^CoUars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Ready-Made.
|- STAR SHIRTS.
At less price than any other drer, class
Men's Furnishing Goods at
SCOTT'S SfllRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
S STAR SHIRTS.
5 ero s pup f rs, iftaqannes, &i.
FOR JOLY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single uumber. ..25 cents
Per annum.$2 o:
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Patent Thief Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
Citri ?fl?ijfl, Xt._
rjlHE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL, STYLES FOR JONE
GOODS POR TRAVELLERS AND STATERS AT \
F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?CO.,
Nos. und 437 King Street,
Keeping their Stock new and fresh at all sea?
sons, are getting tn daily by steamers,
NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for suits
Plaid and Chene Japanese Poplins
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hoc weather
Hore or their best quality Iron Grenadines
Waite and Colored Piques
Beautiful New Prints, all the recent patterns, in
endless variety; Percales, also
Black Tamise for Summer and Mourning Dresses
Black Chames, very best quality
Black 34 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
Linen Collars and Curls, Ac
ALSO, A FOLL LINS OF ?
CASSIMERES, LINENS AND COTT?NADES
LLAMA LACE POINTS
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed bat what is
good or Us kind?.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
jun22 Ncs. 244 and 437 King Street.
Clotrjing ano ?nrmsijiiiq &ooa%
No. 291 KING STREET,
CORNER OF WENTWORTH.
An <>rren8lve assortment of
made up for the trade or this city, now offered at
LOW PRICES. In the stock ?ill be found the
following styles ot salts :
SCOTCH CHEVIOT MORNING AND DERBY
French Batiste Morning and Derby Suits
Silk Mixed Morning sad Derby Suits
Diagonal and Crape Coating Morning and Derby
Bine and Black Flannel Morning and Derby Salts
Light Mixed Casslmere Morning and Derby Snits.
BOYS' IND ?OliTBS' SHITS.
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT SUITS,
tor ages of rrom S to 17 years.
A full supply of aU kinds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, GLOVES, SCARFS. BOWS, Ac, or the
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
SUMMER CLOTHS, COATINGS, BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY CASSIMERES, cf select pat?
terns and shades, which wili be made to order In
the best manner, at MODERATE PRICES.
WM. MATTH I ESSEN,
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
-fanni ?oo?e, &c
MOTHERS, READ THIS!
L Y waterproof. Pro?
tects clothing; retains
Linen Diapers; avoids
plus; permits circuit
n n or air. Recom
mended by physio cns
ar?l all muthera whose
children have worn
them. Made In four
sizes : lsmallest; 4
largest. Price fi.
Malled free. Address
F. VON HASTES, No.
229 King street. Charleston, >. C., Dealer in .all
kinds or RUBBER GOODS, such as Rubber Sheet?
ing, white and blHck. Air Pillows, Air and Water
Beds, Hospital Cushions. Bandage Gum, Rubber
Clothing, Piano Covers, D orM ats. Ac, Ac, and
Importer of Fancy Goods, Toys and Fireworks.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's. Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Sort or Manufacturers' Flntsh; Lace
and Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
ay Goods received and returned by Express.
jnn22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor.
OJVJE MILLION DOLLARS
By authority of a 8peclal Act of the Legislature of Kentucky, of March 13 1871 the rustees of the
Pablic Library of Kentucky will give a 1
GRAND GIFT CO NC E R T
-A.T LOUISVILLE, KY.,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871,
Under the Direction of the best Musical Talent that can be procured.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION $10 EACH, CURRENCY; HALF TICKETS $9
QUARTER TICKETS $2 50.
Each Ticket win have attached to lc fonr coupon? of the denomination of $2 SO each. The holder
of an entire ticket will be entitled to admission to the Ooncerr, and to the whole amount of the Girt
awarded to lt by lot. The holder of *ach coupon will be entitled toadmi-alon to the Concert, and to
one-fourth of the amount of such Gift as may be awarded to the whole ticket to which lt belongs.
To provide funds for this Grand Concert, and for the benefit of the Public Library of Kentucky;
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKET*WILL BE SOLD AT: $10 EACH, CURRENCY.
THE CITIZENS' BANK OF KENTUCKY IS TREASURER.
All Moneys arising from the sale or Tickets will be deposited with the Citizens' Bank subject only
to the order of the Presldentaud Treasurer of the Library, cjuntersigned by the Business Manager.
Immediately after the Concert, the sum or
8550,000 ITV GREENBAeKN
Will be Distributed by Lot to the Holders of Tickets in the following Gifts, viz
ONE GRAND GIFT OF
ONE GRAND GIFT OF
One Olin of.\t..935,000
One Gift or. ao.ooo
One Gift of. 10,000
One Girt or. is,ooo
One Gift of. 17,000
One Girt or. ie,ooo
one Gift of. 19,000
One Gift of. 14,000
One Gift of. 13,000
One Gift of. 13,000
One Gift of. 11,000
One Gift of. 10,000
One Gift of. 9,000
One Gift of. 8,000
One Gift of. 7,000
One Gift of. 8,0001721 Prizes in an.8350,000
After paying the expenses or the Enterprise, and making the Distribution of the Giro, the balance of
the proceeds arising from the sale of Tickets will be appropriated to the establishment of a.
FREE LIBRARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO BE CALLED THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Concert and Distribution win take place under the Immediate suoervHlon of the Trustees named
ia the Act of Incorporation, who are as follows:
- - - -r - - - 9100,000
- - - - - - 80,000
One Gift of.;.9 5.000
One Gift of. 4,000
One Gift of.; 3 ooo
One Gift of.?000
Ten Girts of $1000 each. 10,000
Fifteen Gifts or $900 each.13,800
Eighteen Gifts of $800 each. 14,400
Twenty Gifts of $700 each. i4,oco
Twenty-five Gifts of $800each.15,000
Thirty Gifts of $500 each.15,000
Forty Gifts of $400 each. 16,000
Forty-five Gifts or $300 each.13,500
F.rty Girts or ?200 each.10,000
440 Gifts of $100 each.44,600
Thoa E. Bramlette. late Governor of Kentucky. H. M. McCarty, of theDallv Ledger.
Henry Watterson, Editor Courier JournaL J. S- Cain, Clerk Jefferson Coan or common Pleas.
W. N. Haldemaa, President Courier-Journal Co. M. W. Olnsky, author Political Text Book.
Benjamin Casseday, of Dilly Commercial. K. T. Durrett, of the Louisville Bar.
George B. Doern, Proprietor Anzeiger.
The Trastees will be assisted by the following well known and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who
have consented to be present a: tie Concert and to superintend the Drawing and Distribution of Gifts:
Hon. J. F. Bullltt. late Chief Jastlce Kentucky.
Hon. K. J. Mce9, Judge Jeff. Court Common Pleas.
Hon. T. B. Cochrane. Chancellor Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. H. w. Bruce. Judge Jeff, circuit Court.
Bon. W. B. Hoke. Judge .Jeff. County Court.
Bon. J. G. Baxter, Mayor of Louisville.
Bon. T. L. Burnett, city Attorney.
Henry Wolford, City Treasurer Louisville.
Hon. B. J. Webb, Senator or Kentucky.
Col. G. C. Wharton, U. S. District Attorney.
Col. Phil. Lea Pros. Att'y Ninth Judicial District.
Gen. J. T. Boyle, President N.. H. and E. R.
Dr. T. s. Belt Prof Med. University. Louisville.
Col. Jllson P. Johnson, Pr prletor Galt House. :
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late Member Congress.
A. 0. Braunin. President Louisville Board Trade.
Jas. Bridgeroid, President second National Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
OFFICERS OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
R. T. BURRETT.President, I M. w. CLUSRY.Secretary.
W. N. HALDEMAN.vice-President. | CITIZEN?' BANK.Treasurer.
The Holders of Tickets to which Gifts are awarded will be paid on presentation at the ofllce in
A liberal discount will be allowed when 100,500 or 1003 Tickets are purchased lu a lot. All orders
accompanied by remittances will be promptly attended to, and the Tickets returned by mall regis?
tered or expressed, asordered. The undersigned, late principal business manager of the very sue
:essfui Mercantile Library Girt Concert ac San Francisco California has been appointed agent and
manager or the Offt concert in aid or the Public Library of Kentucky.
The drawing will take place la public, and everything will ne done to satisfy buyers of Tickets that
their Interests will be as well protected as if they personally superintended the entire affair.
MANNER OF DRAWING.
There will be two glass wheels. One wheel will contain 100.000 numbers, plainly printed on leather
tags. The other wheel will contain 721 boxes, each containing a Gift. One tag ur number will be
irawn from the 100,000 wheel, and the first box drawn from the second or 7il box wheel will contain
1 Gift, neatly printed and sealed up. and the Gift so drawn from the second wheel will be the Gift of
the tag first drawn, whether $100, $1000 or $100,000.
Gifts will bo paid on presentation of Tickets drawing such (lifts the second day after drawing.
Tickets or Coupons drawing Girts can be collected through any business or-banking house in Louis?
ville, or by any Express company.
Ail Tickets are like greenbacks. No record being kept of Purchasers' Names, Tickets are good
inly to the Holder.
Persons desirous of acting a) Agents for the sale of Tickets in any city in the United States or
Danadas address -,?. .
CHAS. R. PETERS, Manager, Louisville, Ky.,
OFFICE NO. 120 MAIN STREET, JOHNSON'S BLOCK.
N. B.-Buyers will note.that there are only ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS Instead of TWO
HUNDRED THOUSAND, as in the SAN FRANCISCO GIFT CONCERT, and that there ls$50,000 more
Refer enc es in South Carolina :
General WADS HAMPTON, General J0BN S. PRESTON, Hon. B. F. PERRY, Hon. w. D. SLMPSON,
Governor M. L. BONHAM, ANDREW SIMONOS. Esq., General JOHNSON HAGOOD, Hon 0. A.
TKENHOLM. Hoo. ARM1STEAD BURT, Governor J. L. MANNING, tU>n. JAMES CHESNUT, Hon. J. B.
Eeferences in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT A CO., Bonkers; MORTON, BL'SS A CO., Bankers; Hon. CHARLES ?'CONOR,
Couusellor-at-Law; Hon. JOHN E. WARD. Couusellor-at-Law; Hou. ROGER A. PRYOK. Counsellor at
Law; Colonel RICHARD LATHERS. T. A. HOYT, Esq.. President Gold Roorn; HUNT, THOMPSON A
CO.. Factors; ANDERSON, STARR A CO., Merchants; PETTUS A CO., Merchante; F. ZOGBAUM A
$300.000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
SERIES OF CONCERTS' TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENGE8.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION. UNDER THE AUSPICES
of the "South Carolina state Agricultural and Mechanical Society," will give a series of concerts
at the Academy or Music. Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for the purpose
of raising a lund to enable Emigrants to settle upon lands selected by tne Association tor Homes
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State of south Carolina, and for their
transportation thither and support for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MORE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL TUB PREMIUMS, INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, will be deposited with the National Bank of the Republic, New York.
#500,000 ITV GrIFTS !
1st Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charleston, S. C., cost to build $230,000, having an annual
rental of about $20,000, from Opera House, stores and Halls; the building being
about 230 feet by 60 feet, and situated corner or King and Market streets, m the
centre of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at.$$150,000
2d Girt-Cash. 100,000
4th Gift-Cash. 10,000
5th Gift-cash.1. 5,000
25 Gifts-Cash-each $1000..'. 93,000
25 Glfts-Cash-each $500. 13,500
350 Gifts-Cash-each $100.'. 33,000
250 Girts-Cash-each $50. 13,500
500 Gifts-Cash-each $25. 13,500
1250 G?te-Cash-each $10. 13,500
.:iut Gifts, amounts to...$.500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, ) " ", B "
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., } CHARLESTON. S. C.
Geueral M. W. GARY, J
AGENTS WiWTEO-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing:
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol New York.
A. FAIR AND COMMENDABLE SCHEME I
CHARLESTON. S. C., May -, 1871.
We take pleasure In certirylng that we are acquainted with General M. c^ BUTLER, JOHN
CHADWICK, Esq.. and General M. W. GARY, or the firm or BUTLER. OHADWICk .GARY A CO., and
know them to be gentlemen of Integrity, and we regard the objeot they have1 of assist ng: Immigrant?
to homes lu South Carolina of great importance to the State as well as tc tte Immigrants, andI we.
have every con?dence that their enterprise will be carried ou: with fairness and honesty to all par?
ties concerned, niwr
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, L W. ^NE.
B. H. RUTLEDGE, A- ?- MAGKAiH,
JAMES CONNER. TBOS. Y. SIMONS,
JAMES R. PRINGLE, " " . ^ HENRY BUIST,
WILMOT G. DxSAUSSURE.
Tickets can be procured of E. SBBRING A CO., and J, L. MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad
giarticn galega gftij gqg.
Bj W. MAY. ~~
THIS DAT, AT-10-O'OLOOK, WILL BE
sold at No. nw Meeting street. .
Comba Ribbons, TOw4to; also, 50,down Imported
Pocket Cattery, angabt offiX^.^flii?
By w. y;, LEItOa.& it $BEWS,
' . Auctioneers.-v/'
"LIGHT TOP ^AJON, HORSE ANL>
Will be sold THIS DAY, si instant at No. 8f
Broad street, the aDQ^io,^?g^ g julys
THOS. GL?ASON VS> P. J. WALSH.
By virtue or an execution In the above case
;o me ?rewed and delrrered, w?l be-soW THIS
OA Y, the 3d July, at-s&e Ooorthoase; at ll o'clock
All the right, title ima interest Of the above
jamed defendant, .inland, io the ENTIRE CON?
TENTS OF A BAR-ROOM, consisting ot a valuable
By virtue oran execution .^lM,prdnerWi'tO'v
ne directed and denverea^rm. be eow^THJg
JAY, the 3d or July, at^llo^lrJckA: ?.'.^Tront
>r the Courthouse, r**
AU tho right, title-and Interest of the deren
lants in the roilowlngproperty :
Forty-five bags and four barrels of ff A ra _
wanda of Tallow and. Grease,.Spade Sliter, one
Leaver, one Ir?n Shaft and Cutter.
Julys 1 ' ;E W.'iM.1 MACKBYj: S.XP0.
??*v>?> " ?onwicr Resorts. H *
& Ol F OR THE M?^?N TAINS.
Parties visiting Flat Rock, Bf. C. or Asheville,
I. On will And comfortable Stages leaving,Green,
mle, 3. C., every MOWAT, THURSDAY andSaTDB
1AT Moa.vi.vo9, reaching Henderson vi: lo for sup?
per and Asheville for dinner next day. ~'\ J"'
Jun24-lmo As* i. - WM; P..BLAIR.
gPARKUNG CATAWBA ; SPROTOS,1 '
'OEMBELY OAIXXD TUB CAROLINA WHTT* SUXPH?B,
CATAWBA COUNTY, Nt;0. .
This highly popular WATERING PLACE will
>e open for visitors on WEDNESDAY, JuneHSth..
The Mineral Waters or these springs are the
?Vhlte and Blue Sulphur and Chalybeate, the me.
lloinal properties of - whlob are not excelled, and
i healthier and moro delightful watering place
mt to be found.
The Springs will be under the management of
I. M. BLAIR, formerly of Raleigh, N. c., an oxpe
lenced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WBENN,
md visitors may rely upon good fare and'good at
mention. m > ? ;?
Plenty or Ice, good Band or Muslo, and good
Physician In attendance, Ac.
Leave Baltimore or Washington City m the
norning via Acqula Creek, ? Rictmond and Dan?
ville Railroad, to-- Salisbury, where yon take the
tVes tern and Morganton Road, and reach Hickory
station (the Springs Depot; by half-past nine the
text morning. . .
Leave Augusta Ga, at night, and take the Char.
otte and Statesrllle Road at Charlotte, y ou reach
he Springs early the next morning. Charleston
n the morning, and be at the Springs the next
norning. . . 0
A good four-horse omnibus will mn lc connec
lon with the trains to the Spring* over a beantl
al road only six mUes. ? t* s $
Per month, (or four weeks).|M 00
Per week. IB 00
.Per day. %.??'
Children and colored servants half price. No
:hirge for inrants ander two years ?fag.?; f -
J. GOLDEN WYATT.
Sparkling Catawba Springs, June lat, 1871.:.
tUrrigfi, Ctjeirntaig, &t.
C. F. PANKNIN,
mm m mrnrn,
No. 128 MEETING STREET;
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATTENTION IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED TO
Che NEW NON-POISONOUS and ODORLESS DIS?
INFECTANT and ANTISEPTIC,
[Chloride of Aluminium, the Saline Antiseptic;
harmless as common salt.)
The Lancet, August 27th, 1870, says or this pre*
parution: "It ls qmte as potent as Chloride of Zia
or carbolic Acid, and ls at the same time non
poisonous and devoid of unpleasant smell of every
Sind. These qualities win; no doubt, locare ita
being extensively used; and at no distant date wa
may expect lt to displace the antiseptics which
are at.present la vogue.'? '
CHLORALUM ls an astringent antiseptic, ap?
plied to foul ulcers by London surgeons, as s gar?
gle in scarlet fever, diphtheria and common wre
throat, and bas been found invaluable In inflam?
mation or the eyes, Ac
CHLORALUM can be relied on by Farmers In
the treatment or Foot and Mouth Disease, and In
carrying, on dissection m their homes, stables,
cowbeds, pigs ty ea and poultry-houses.
CHLORALUM for dog kennels can be need with
great advantage and economy in keeping meat
fresh for any length ot time, in purifying the
benches and yards, and completely removing the
foul and sickening odor of dirty OT ill-drained
49* For sale in quantities to salt purchasers.
' The advertiser ls also tn receipt or a small lot of
Espies Cigarettes, for Asthma.
Together with a Fresh supply of
For sale low by the case.
M iNUFACTURER OF
P.lXKiMN'S HEPATIC BITTERS
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none for the relief of Diseases
of the Stomach and Liver.
A full assortment of MEDICINES, PERFUME?
RIES, CHEMICALS, Ac, of his own importation.
Through constant effort and attention, he hopes
to merit a contlnusnce or the public patronsge
which has hitherto been extended to him.
? HARLES LIEBE NROOD, '
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON , S. C.
mw Highest Prices paid m Cash for Crude Tar
mw Virgin $4 00, Yellow, Dip $3 00, Hard $1 ?0?