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mon tn* %l\ three BUBEBUL ' Served ia the
city at EioBTKN CWT^ai iweJCrP ay adieto the ear .
tiers, or $8 a year, paid in advance at the office.
Tan Tai-wraiT NxwB^pnbhshed on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, one year jM; six!
mantas $2. .
TSB'WxzxxT NKWS, one year tx Six copies
-jo?-Teaoople8, to-one-address,-Si 5. --
SUBSCRIPTIONS in an cases payable In advance,
and no paper conunned an?x the" expiration of
3ne time paid fer.
^jwdress - EJORDAN. DAWSON A CO.. .
:fr ,. No. i4? Ea?;Bay, Charleston, S.O.
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: TUESDAY, JULY ll, 1871.
...l'vov/ rv i . ?'? ;'?' ri ' . ?.
"-p?ir^iU leaving tb?;?tty .luring tile
.lamnur sesi?n cnn have THE r> AI LY
?TEWS malled to their 'addKM at One.
Doll ar per mon th, payable in advance.
BEWS OF THE BAT.
-GoW'closed in Kew York, yesterday, at
'^r^tt%' closed firm; uplands 21J cents;,
eales '?il. baies. N
-Ja,'Liverpool cotton closed strong; np
lauds.pjaOjd, Orleans 9gd; sales 26,000 bales.
_ExrEmpress Eugenie ls reported to be ne
'gotlating for the sale of her diamonds, valued
'^Vend?ll Phillips believes in Ben. Butler
for Governor of Massachusetts, and that the
Democrats will carry .'the nert Presidential
election. He ls at least hali right.
-It:is rumored in London that the title of
Duke of Ulster, together with a comfortable
stipend-fr om: Pari i ame nt, is shortly to be con
Pup on.Prince Arthur as a measure'ol pa?
on to Ireland. '.' .
y ^yeinnor?l, the young Communist, who has
.until re ce nt ly been in prison at Versailles
with-Bpchefort, Grousser, Courbet and other
Imprisoned; leaders ". of the Commune, died
lately. - A priest attended athis death bed. ;
? -Tho death warrant of Laura Fair ls de?
scribed as "asombre looking document, en?
grossed in beautiful ohir?graphy,:bav?ng ? deep
^lac? border, the leaves Joined by a black rib
P^'n,;the ends of whj?h are confined under the
jwraBe^of .the, cbnrt.'',
-c??Wtr? said that .one of the Siamese, twins ls
' lying at the ppiot of death, at their home In
North -Caroli na, ? The. other Js ia good health.
In anticipation - of.-death, . arrangements have
been made for the Immediate separation of the
living ftom tL;B dead brother, cs o .
- f ??On tS? ?ccasl ? n br the recent entry of the
German troop? into BeHln, Wir medals; with
^'rlbfjcn'in the new "national colore^ere dis?
tribute d among "the toldierp, and rIbb?hs in
tie 'col?n bf the' Orfler bf tba Iron Cross were
attached to the standards, ia the regiments
which ?ad beenua^r,flre."'V" -
-Ten of:the , pictures forming part of the
famous :.collQcUoa. of the Louvre have been
seen in London, supposed, to have been fl)ch?
ed Jroni tho gallery by some vt tho Commen- ,
ists,1 and sent to Loudon to be sold: : One mt
these valuable plotdreshatf been ^bought by air
Englishman, a- Well kn own. patron of ar t, ' for*
J?b,e^,fan?sffill be-retfaned't? Par? on -?ie1
payment bf ihe purchase-money.
-A delegation from the South, who called
upon President Grant at Long Branch, re
tnrned'to Washington .very much disgusted.
Sis' Excel! ency\- i i seem s, r? rosed ' te see' them,
bat fave them'to rrndere?aad that his-house at
EChg-' Branch -was" a private residence, abd
that for official business they must taire their
de^gatlon,-it ia understood, came from, an
?JWOve?shed por?dn of the South, and haajLo, 1
(6Ss?S .. ; . - .'.-.. J FC
ta fte*?:mte8tan?: L- .. B .....
3^?^orBtf,mkl^iUkSm : ??orte ?after, ex?
hib? ?ng:symptoms of dying out, ls said, to have
bocken wit alresh.c Is Messrs. A. IX Stewart i ?
Go.ia ^tables,^r^ber^CcaSes have appeared;
the Six th avenue railway line reports sixty
oasesa nd ?rn'deaths.'. 'The-Fifth avenue stage
?t?H&\??Q? :a^ti?:"'^'me* of the leading
vet?r!n?^- "snrg?o n . the complaint 1
Rehanged or ?:) changing lis character from
^non-contagious to an epidemic, complaint,
these surgeons ara about to call . a meeting tb
consult on the subject, with a view- of devising
remedies.: , bis itt _ .< . . . .
r.^he-fact that the Queen ni Eng!rad had
?Sent ber congratulations to -the Fop^s-ae Was
EmanuelincI-Dded-upoii th?; occasion o' his i
fflSt?^ nuisances,- 1
if?ssrs. 'w?j^^'?'^e^di^e, .members of j
the BriUsh'Pa&im'enr,' to.. tb ?ir feet', daring j
the;, debate [Six. the '.'army ?UL, ia a series .of j
' trivial and 8 tu pl d re mar ks, w hlch had for (heir ?
purpose a ventilatlon of their usual. papapho- '
bia, The two - parliamentary bores were
promptly laughed down by: members of all '
parties, Including the speaker, after nearly
everybody h?l?lelt the house..
-The Suez Canal, "it la asserted, is filling
up with sand, and in confirmation of this - re?
port a 'letter is printed in the London Times
from the.captain of a screw steamer,, who says'
?hat,, with a draft'o? seventeen and a half feet
forward and twenty and a hali aft,,1118.steamer
grounded thirty-one ?times In tire cana). He
also - says -that for. the. last fifteen mjlen the
steamer was in tow of a tug, with: two pilots
In charge, and notwithstanding these advan?
tages, she grounded seven times. The steam?
er was eeventy-two.hours in.passing through
the canal The English director of the Suez
Canal, who had announced In the -Times that
measures had been adopted to maintain the
cana] at its present minimum'depth of twenty
six Engl! eh feet of water, replied to the letter
of the captain, asking the name of the screw
steamer-which had encountered so many diffi?
culties in passing through the canal, so that
he. might make Inquiries into the aUair. and
prevent a recurrence of similar delays la the
case bf other vessels.
.'. -A resident lathe Bue St. Apolline, in Paris,
?..ho !ea his residence and Paris in dismay
upon the 18lh of March, the day.upon which
the attempt Was made to remove the cannon
from the revolutionists pf Montmartre, left
Some, shrewd directions in a letter addressed
to his porrieire, explaining to her how she
should act, so as to. preserve his property, in
certain contingencies. He told her that in the
dining-room, upon a table, she would find
three loaves of bread, marked 1, 2 and 3. In
case the mob should come near his house and
make a barricade, she was to open the loaf
marked 1> In lt she would find a red flag,
which she .was. to nang from th? balcony. If
the barricade should be taken by the govern?
ment troops. loaf No. 2 would ?amish the tri?
color, or. national flag, which was to be used In
the same manner, the. first flag having been
removed; it the Prussians should, interfere,
the portress was'to bide flags 1 and 2, and take
from loaf 3 a Prussian flag and' suspendit in
like manner from'the balcony. The portress
was also instructed to furnish wine and wood
from the cellars to airy soldiers who might be
In the neighborhood..
-A. correspondent of the London Times has
"had;the privilege, of peeping Toto the Lion's
^ni'a8itw caJled;'r itl8 the quarter of the
Orangerie at Paris, where are confined the
most desperate and dangerous of the Com?
mune prisoners. The Den ls a gloomy recese
/armed by boarding ap one extremity of tile
galleries before which-, sentries pace to-and
fro. 'The floor of-the, place la simply hard^dry
earth, on wMch ino-.prisoners eat, walk and
sl?ep/ They arempBtlyof the lower classes,
and their appearance is wretched enough'"
They are chiefly" -Very young and very
old" men. ' B?tw?en-~-the"Llon's~I)en -and
the other extremity of the galleries,
where . are - kept-the- clase of prisoners
known as the Int?ressants, against whom there
appears to be little to allege, there is a long
Interval, where many hundreds of helpless
beings rove about, He on the ground, loll
listlessly against wall, pr stand In small groupe
conversing in low tones. Among them are
seen the strangest figures and.the most dilapi?
dated costumes. These are bona fide prison?
ers, but are not considered as dangerous. In
another building, the Mansion d'Arret, are
detained some of the leaders, like Assy, Grous
set and Billioray. Their cells ore not uncom?
fortable, and they are far better ojf than the
unfortunate common people who are Im?
prisoned. Besides Frenchmen, there are
among them many Italians and Poles, anda
very few Spaniards, Englishmen and Ger?
k Tbc Sterling Loan.
' It was whispered on Broad street yester?
day, among the knowing ones, that the Ster?
ling Bonds of the State of South Carolina
new issue-have at last made their appear?
ance in Wall street. We cannot vouch for
the correctness of the report
An Important Dec sion.
We published yesterday the decision of the
Supreme Court in the case of the State ex
relatione Theodore D. Wagner vs. John R.
Stoll, County Treasurer of Charleston Coun?
ty, and the State ex relatione James Robb
and C. T. Lowndes, trustee, vs. William
Gurney,..Treasurer o? Charleston County.
These cases decide the question raised
about a year ago, whether tho billa of the
Bank of the State of South Carolina, iBsned
after the year 1861, should be receivable in
payment of State Taxes. This question was
decided in the negative by the Supreme
- Radical Blaaphemy.
Iowa is ambitious of being the champion
religious State of the West They are in for
all. sorts of reforms; and Senator Harlan
seeks to compass his re-election to the Uni
teri States Senate, by getting-the parsons to
give aim certificates of his membership and
standing in the church; Tai; he has a
right to do; and as. to the question of taste,
Iowa, we presume, is not.over squeamish io
such matters. But there is a limit to tole?
rance, and there sbunld be a limit even to
hypocrisy, and this limit is overstepped in
the following extract from a "prayer," by a
Rev. Mr. Wilson, delivered on the opening
of the Iowa Republican Convention : "0
['Lord !" says this pious blasphemer, "by all
"means give os this-year our usual 40,000
"majority, and if possible, O Loni ? give ns
"80,000 majority." "If possible" How
very modest; we are ! The Lord, of coarse,
t-eeps a sharp lookout for the election re
tarns.' "The only thing that puzzles ns about
tbi3 whole'business is that qualifying "if
"possible;" and, -if we are not mistaken, lt
squints atballot-box stuffing.. In other
words, "this Radical wolf in sheep's clothing
profanely asks Divine aid in tho unholy work
of ballot-stuffing and chsaUns.tbeDerrio
"40,000" is not attained, what then? Nay,
worse than that, suppose this canting crew
.>f sniffling Radical hypocrites should get
actually beaten at the -next election, what
opinton will these prayerful politicians then,
have bf the Lord?
We must not omit stating that the report
Df this disgraceful business goes on to say'
tLat the said prayer'was greeted" with ap?
plause by the convention; many clapping
their hands and shouting ont "Bully for you,
brother Wilson !"
The Sale or Poisons.
We recently suggeBtell the propriety of re?
pairing apothecaries to' pass an examin?t ion
before a board of experts appointed for this
purpose. No one capable of appreciating
the circumstances of the case, will hesitate
'or a moment to approve of such a measure.
Bat the safety of the public requires still
'arther enactments. There is no law what?
ever, Federal, State, or Municipal, in opera?
tion here at present, forbidding or restrict?
ing the indiscriminate sale of poisons. A
little child can go to any drag store ia Sooth
Carolina, and parchase any of the most dead?
ly poisons, in snch quantity os.it may have
money enough to pay for. It is true, the
apothecary may be conscientious, and, cal?
culating consequences, may decline to sell
the required article. But, if he does so, lt
is upon his own free volition, and not be?
cause of any legal obligation in that direc?
tion ; and, moreover, if he refuses to furnish
the poison asked for, he does so with a full
knowledge that the customer will be served
at the very next drug store, the proprietor
of which may not be troubled with the same
qualms of conscience Elsewhere, in every
w.ell-regnlated community, it is deemed the
duty of government to protect the subject or
citizen, ns the case may be, by reasonable
safeguards, from the danger of being pois?
oned, as it does from other perils, Buch as ara
generally considered within the province of I
There is avast field, here, still unexplored,
for statisticians. How many thousands are
annually poisoned, ia these United States,
some by accident, some through careless?
ness, others with malice prepense, no one has
as yet attempted to ascertain. The number
ia, however, quite large. Opium-eating,
though not as prevalent as the habit of
drinking strong alcoholic stimulants, is still
practiced to a large extent in this country;
and it is safe to assert that a much larger
quantity of opium is used in this way, in the
form of the crude drug, laudanum, paregoric,
"elixir" and morphiue, than is required for
the legitimate use3 of mediche. Through
this practice, on the increase, it is to be fear?
ed, dealers. have become careless, and the
indiscriminate sale of poisons of every de?
scription has now become the role. Mor?
phine, chloroform and hydrate of chloral are
now sold daily, without a physician's pre?
scription; and, apparently, without any con?
sciousness, on the part of the dealer, that in
supplying such wanta to the public he is in?
curring any responsibility.
We are pleased to be able to record, how?
ever, that notwithstanding thia fatal facility
in the procuring of these death-dealing
agenti| malictoos pd?onlng pj^?itgneJy
?raro occurrence in fhi? part oT?the cogpfiy.
"We only remember^o "oa8ea|jin the ctiini
foal annals <^Bon^p?roj&i, wllfc^'tnVlast
five-and-twenty years, in which parties suf?
fered capital punishment for this species of
.murder. PJiilosophers tell na .that crimes,
run in cycles; and if we accept this.theory,
we mustadmit that this is.the cycle for grand
and petit larceny, and or dob violence,
rather than of the more dreaded' mania' for.
poisoning. Still, as past history undoubted?
ly'shows that this was once a very, common.
form ol crime, so wejnay"again, in the re?
volving wheels o? time, have this cycle
bronght back to us : and it will be as well to
be prepared, atwU'' 'hedge in" the procure?
ment of- the bane, with every possible safe?
guard. _ '
"jj ... ? ? -.)-?:'; .
We have been so Jong accustomed to this
cry, under its modern Radical translation of
"Ku-Klux,"'from the Colambia Union, that
no credit is attached to ita reports, though
perchance they might now and then prove
true. In the Clarendon Press, ol Joly 6, we
And two of its stories nailed to the- connter
j as base coin. We indicated our diBfMef at
the time we republished them. As aTmatter
of coarse the Union never publishes such
corrections or contradictions. That were
wide of its purpose.
CARROLL.-Died in this city, on the afternoon,
or the 10th, JOHN J. CARROLL.
p?- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND !
acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend j
the Fanerai Services, at the Cathedral Chapel,
Queen street, THIS ArrsaNoow, at 4 o'clock.
pS" SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OF
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-The Members of this
Association are requested to attend the Funeral
[ Services of tiru- late Brother Member, JOHN J.
; CARROT. L, vais ?rrxsK0OK,.at 4 o'clock, at the
Cathedral Chapel, Queen street.
Jolyn THOMAS McCRADY, Secretary.
ps- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances ?.of Mr. and Mrs. DENNIS GULN
NANE are respectfully Invited to attend the
Funeral of the former, at his residence, No. GIS
King street, at 4 o'clock, Tms (Tuesday) AFTER?
NOON-. ' ^ juiyii-* !
fa- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaint an ces of Mr. and Mrs. John Haitis are re?
spectfully invited to attend the Fanerai of. their
son, FRANCIS, from'their residence No. 30 St
Philip street, THIS AJrnmNOON, at s o'clock. *
ZANOG?ErU'A.-Died on the morning or the
si h or July, lsi i. J CANNA MARIA, eldest and be?
loved daughter of Sebastiano and Catalina Zano
gnerra, aged 13 years; ll months and 28 days. 1
Thus has been Suddenly called away, one who
was truly the light of that household.. With an
affection aud devotion rar beyond her years, had
she rendered herself Indispensable to the happi?
ness of ber parents aud younger sis tera. -Yet with
the. bloom of youth upon her cheek and bright
dreams of the future opening before bereit has
pleased Almighty Ooo to call her. to her heavenly
nome. We weep tvith the bereaved parents-we
drop the tear of regret that ono so yoncg, BO
promlslog, sboaid fin an early grave.
Nipped by the wind's untimely blast.
This lovely flower, has passed away; >
She blooms in Paradise above,
Away from sorrow, care, decay.
.TUE... SOUTH" CAROLINA LOAN
AND TROST COMPANY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
I Depositors in the Savlng? Department are request
j ed to pre Bent l'jie^1h?flkfatpr^ aredit for the oaar
All deposits made on or previous to 20th Jnly
will bear interest from 1st Jnly.
THOS. R. WARING,
. ^-OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
GASLIGHT COMPANY, JONE 28, 1871.-,The
Board or Directors of .this Company having de?
clared a Dividend ol FIFTY GENTS per Share on
the Capital stock for the last six months, the
same will be paid to stockholders on and after
MONDAY, 2d July.
The Transfer Boots will be closed rum this
date to 3? Joly. w. J. HERIOT,
Jun28- ' ? Secretary and Treasurer.
^SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER
SIGNED respectfully Informs bis customers and
those wishing to patronize film, that he is now
prepared to take orders for GROCERIES at their
residences, having ? book for the pa rp OB e. Orders
will be taken 'on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and
goods delivered to any part of the city free of
charge. FRANCIS L. O'NEILL,
Junio . No. 288 King street
pm* CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at 5 ls office,
No. 63 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles ate kept on hand
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
la the field, and solicits aid to lnttodacevanother.
Persons interested In the work or seeking further
information will please call on. the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos . Treasurer C. B. S.
GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
ABUSES which interfere with MARRIAGE-with
Bare means of relier for the Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free, m seal?
ed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
may i3-amos . '-_
pa- GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable compound contains no opium, laud?
anum, paragoric, or other anodyne, and will not
massacre the innocents like the "soothing syrups"
so much in vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL ls harmless, and ls recommended by all
our best physicians. It ls to be had of the manu?
facturer, DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
And or all Druggists. apr22-stnth -
IN ONS VOLUME, Price 60C.
The following Medical Lectures for Gentlemen:
L PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.
2. PREMATURE DECLINE IN MAN.
3. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY
4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
C. ABUSES OF THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS.
7. TREATMENT AND CURE.
Price 50 cents by mall. Address the author, Dr.
CURTI3, No. o .Tremont Place, Boston. Mass,
TIME DOES NOT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY.
MILLLNGS'S COMPOUND BUG DESTROYER, pre
Pareil only by R. C. MILLINGS, No. 444 King
street, and sold by Druggists and the trade in
general, in bottles at Fifty Cents each.
Liberal inducements offered to dealers by ap?
plying to EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, charleston, S. C.
BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the nee or all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. JNO. 0. BAKER A CO., Philadel?
A foll supply on hand by
DB. H. BAER,
iebT-tuthsemoB No. isl Meeting street.
pm* CONSIGNEES FEB STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby Deified
that she IB. TS}B^A'Y.;..'aiBchar^ atpier
No. l, Union Wharves. All Goods n-jj taken away
at sunset will remain on wha-^ at consignees'
rttfc. ..; . .?lOBDECAI ACO.,
' jilyili ? r;. - Agents.
rLCONSIG?^EES FEB STEAMSHLP
MANHATTAS irom New YorX, are notified that
she 1B discharging pargo at Ad ger's Wharr.
Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on the'
wharf at owners' risk,
julyli-i.... . XAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
pm* ALL BLLLSAGALNST THE BRIG
GEORGIE, of Georgetown, 8. C., must, after
this date/be'-rendered^ to'Messrs. J. A. EN9LOW
A 00. for collection, orttiey will be'debarred
payment. HENRY .SWAN, Master.
Charleston, Joly ll, 1871. Julyll-2*
pm* FINAL NOTICE.-ALL . CLAIMS
against the Estate of Captain JOHN FERGUSON,
deceased, which haye not already been presented,
I must be handed in properly attested dh or before
the 20th instant.
WM. P. HOLMES, 1 Pxecntor(L
ISAAC BROWN, J..EXECN-0Tv
pm* COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,1
FIRE-PROOF . BUILDING, CHARLESTON, .8.
JULY 7,187l.-The undersigned rs now.preparing I
and wM publish In a few. days the names, togeth
er with the amount due the Treasurer's Office, for ;
TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1868, '69 and'70.. Those
Interested csn save an additional expense by
giving their immediate attention to this notice.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
july8-3 County Auditor.
pm* WASHINGTON ' LIGHT JJNFAN
TRY RIFLE CLUB.-The members o f this Club
wm please call on the undersigned, at the corner
of Adger's South Wharf and East Bay, and pro?
cure orders for their uniforms.
w; W. SIMONS,
juiy7-6 Secretary and Treasurer W. L. L P..
jt*"PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH CAR?
OLINA, CHARLESTON, JULY 6, I871.-The
Board or Directors having declared a Dividend of
EIGHTY CENTS per Share jipon the Consolidated
Stock, and fn the same proportion upon the Un?
consolidated Shares, the same wm be paid on and
after MONDAY next, loth instant,
julys-e JAMES B. BETTS, Cashier.
pm* L 0. e. F,-R. W. GRAND LODGE
OF' THE STATE OF SOUTH 'CAROLINA!-The
Officers of the Subordinate Lodges will be In
Blahed at Odd Fellows' Hall, on the following
Evenings, at 8 o'clock: v
Schlller, No. 80, on SUNDAY, 2d July.; '
South Carolina, No. 1, on WZO.VBSDAY, sm Joly
Howard, No. 3, on TucasnAY, 6th July:
Marloo, No. 2, oaFRIDAY,-7th July. *
Jefferson, No. 4, on TUWDAY, nth Joly.
The Officers and Members -of the Grand Lodge
are requested to attend in the installations.
By order or the D. G. M.
JOHN Ii. HONOUR, JR., M. D.,
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
CHARTTAB. ? ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENE'
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTGN, JULY 10,1671.
Official Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
Behool Fund :
. , CLASS No. 73-MORNING. ;
' CLASS No. "4-EVENING.
As witness our band this 10th day ol July, i87i.
may 28 sworn commissioners.
pm* A CARD.-THE UNDERSIGNED,
H. T. PETERS, having charge of the head offlee of
.e CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
j No. M7Meeting street, for j the sale or CERTIFI
I OATES, will be pleased to see his friends and
; others, at any time, at the above place. All busl
nSW**' nr"mnriy ntrpnr]frl ?if ?, ?g^lL
OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY .COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, JULY 1, 1871.-The Board, of DU
rectors bavins' declared a STOCK DIVIDEND of |
$386, and a CASH DIVIDEND or $1 50 A SHARE,
(being at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum on
the lo creased* capital of this Company) the same
will be paid on ind after the 15th instant-, at the
Office corner or Broad and State streets. Stock?
holders will piesse bring their Scrip. -
HUTSOK LEE, Secretary and Tresarer
Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry Co.
pm* MESSES. EDI! ORS-PLEASE AN
NOUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the next
Municipal Electbn, the namebf General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oe lige
mayl7. " . A FRIEND TO REFORM.
NOTEE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Ageni or the Land Commission, that,
from and after ne flmt day of March, ISTI, they
Win report all tjeir proceedings to Hon. F. L.
UARDOZO, Seoiitary of .the Advisory Board.
ROBE. c. Dr LARGE; L. O. S. S. C.
Columbia, F&rnary 2Sj IS71. m ar ll
pm* STATS OF* SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF (HARLESTON.-In the Common
pleas_JOHN r. BRYCE and WILLIAM H.
BRYCE, Copainers ander the name of J. Y.
BRYCE A CO.,vs. EDWARD W. GROOT.-Sum?
mons for Mony Demand.-[Complaint not Serv?
ed.}-To EDWJtD W. GROOT, defendant In this
action : You ?e hereby summoned and required
to answer the ?mplalnt in this action, which ls
filed in the offlo of the Clerk or the Court of Com?
mon Pleas for he said County, and to serve a
copy of your at wer on the subscribers, at their
office, No. 39 Broad street, Charleston, within
twenty days afir the service of this summons on
you, exclusive f the day of service.
If you falito ins wer this complaint within the
time aforesaid^ne plaintiff will take judgment
against you fothe Bum .of Seven Thonsand Dol?
lars, with inteit at the rate of seven per cent,
from the tweneth day of April, one thousand
eight hundred ad seventy-one', sad costs.
Dated Charleen, June 23. 1871. '
PORTER A CONNER,
To the defenant, EDWARD W. GROOT: Take
notice that tbeummons In this action, of which
the foregoing ja copy, with complaint annexed,
was filed in thomee of the Clerk or the Court cf
I Common Pleaat Charleston, in the County of
Charleston, anState or Sooth Carolina, on the
23d day of Juq 1871.
PORTER AONNER, Plaintiffs' Attorneys,
Jnn27-tn6 Charleston, S. C. -
TH?LARGEST WORKSHOP OF
the body la it Liver, whose office lt is to with?
draw the bile''om the blood; when this impor?
tant organ do< not act, the skin assumes a yel?
low appearan, and generally a sick headache
sets in, with eily sensations, and cold hands and
feet, accompaed with 103S of ap pet 11e. The sys?
tem becomesiogged, the mschlnery does not
work well, an?-oth mind and body arc disorder?
ed, the affllotei bf coming cross and fretful, find?
ing fault with very thing around them. To any
person In thisondlllon Dr. D. JAYNE'S SANA?
TIVE PILLS ai recommended; by their stimulat?
ing action tluLver soon recovers its healthy
tone, and is etbed to perform Its proper fure?
tions. Costlvessi ls cured, and all the aggravat?
ing symptoms,' uiionsness removed. Sold every?
where. OOORIOH, WISEMAN A CO.,'
Wpieale Agents, Charleston, s. 0.
pm* MEDOiL NOTICE. -PATIENTS
suffering fromliieases pertaining to the GEN1TO
URINARY ORAIS, will receive the latest seien
tifio treat men t?y placing, themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. EINSTJERNA, office No. 74 Hasel
street, three ?bn from the Pos toni ce.
^ETTA??TPID^A S*?ALL C?LOREB'IG^BL
??YTr~<to do hpusew'drk and make herself gene?
rally useful. Recommendations required. 'Apply
atlfo.- 6 ?atnoBB.flrr?et. JnljTT
WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN,
(white or colored,) to wash and Iron and
.make herself generally useful. Apply at No. - Qi
Klngstreetsonth of Broad._Jnlyll
JTTT??TEDi. _A_OOMrETENT. WHITE
VT . GIRL as a Child's Nurse; also, a Chamber?
maid.; ?Rest or recommeadatlons 'required.*Ap
ply at No. 8 Liberty street. - -- .Jnlyll
TTTANTEDrA GOOD COACH8MJTH, BY
YT SEAL, SIGN A ROBINSON, Abbeville.
Courthouse.,: i ?. .JnlylO-3
TTTANTED, A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
. T f: leolored-man, either as porter or house
servant. .Can bring the best recommendations ss
to steadiness, honesty and attention to duties.
Address JAMES, office or THE NeW3. jnlyio
WANTED, GENTLEMEN TO . KNOW
that the largest and cheapest Stock of
GENT'S FURSISBESG GOODS Is on ?afld at AR
CHER'S BAZAAR, No. 383 King Btreet. Jnly7-fl?
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOUSE, containing 8 to 8 rooms,
situated either in'the centre of the city or near
the Unes of the .City Railway. Address X. Y.
at this office, stating terms, location,- 4c.
TJtTANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
VT native of Florida, a situation as salesman ?
or clerk In a house in Charleston. He ls well and
favorably known thronghoat East Florida, and
van furnish satisfactory testimonials as to char?
acter and qualifications. Address -Jt S. J.. NEWS
office._ ' . _jrilyl
T?TANTED PURCHASERS 0F TICKETS
TV ia the Land and Immigration Association
Of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY k CO.
Tickets now ready, will be triad to see my friends
at the office or Mr. C. CLAC10S, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, Suo-Agent.
ALADY OP EXPERIENCE WISHES
to secure now a positron as Teacher In a
scnool.or ramlly, for the 1st October, to teach
English branches, including Ma<hematics, and,
if lu a family, nl?o French and rudiments of Music
If -required. Address, with fall particulars of
terms,'Ac, P. 0. Box No. 21, Wilson, N. C.
?NEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE?
SIRABLE tenant, who would 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 full particulars, BETA, office or
TUB NEWS. _; _ janie
A. YOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT
jtjL UATION of Governess. .Will teach English
and the rudiments of Music. Address "D.," DAILY
NEWS office._. Junio
?N ACTIVE YOUNG MAN' (8C0TCH)
, wanta a situation; ls acquainted with-Dry
ds and Groceries; isa good Accountant, and
wlUlng to make himself generally useful. Can
g 176 first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
OITHK NEWS. - # . mayis.
mo BENTTA NEA^TWO AND A HALF i
JL story Bouse No. 4 Mary street. Apply to
southwest corner Church and Chalmers streets.
rJolyll-2? : _;_
TO ' RENT, SEVERAL ROOMS, IN
western part or the city, piazza opening to
south and west. Apply at No. 7 Pitt street. '
AFINE PIANO CAN BE RENTED
reasonably by app'ying at the sbnth corner
ol East Bay and Accommodation Wharf. .
. JoiyU-l? . .
BAKERY TO RENT-THAT LONG
known and well established BAKERY No.
88 East Bay ; one orme best stands In the city for
the business. .To an approved-tenant, lt Will be
rented low, and immediate possession given.
Apply at this office. '_ -Joryio-g?
TO RENT, FOUR.ROOMS, AT NQ. U
Dooghty Btreet Apply wubin.. jnnffl. . j
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderson, 8. c,-a beautiful
Cottage, containing six TOO ms, r art lally .Turms ti ed.
The garden ls m a nigh state of cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can-be desired for sum?
mer comfort and plcssnre. From May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality m South
Carolina. Apply to F. G. Ds FONTAINE, at the
Mills House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. C.
FOR SALE, A No. 1 LARGE WORKING
MULE and a Rood Saddle and Draft Horse,
inqnlre at No. 52 State,street. j nlyll-2?
FCri?-~"*'rTTT'j CW? I. i .mr.
suitable for wood or phosphate purposes.
Apply at No. 30 Hanover street, or to J. A. BLAKE,
Boyce's wharf. . .Jnlyll-l?
THOR S?LR-rA JUDGMENT AGAINST
J? PARKER J. HOLLASD for Twenty s?r'25-lOQ
Dollars,- will be soldat private sale, al a discount,
at MENKE A MULLER. . Jon21'
'RAPPING. PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price50CENTS.PER HUNDRED. Apply at .the'
Office of THE NEWS._i__may 18
TJ^OR 'SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA
J? CBINES, of good oualitv, which are offered
oheap. call at No. 27" Queen street, . between
Meeting aud Church streets. fobl4
XTEWSPAPERS,~FOR SALE A QUANTI
Jil TY of the above. Apply ac Board of Trade
Rooms, Na lol Meeting street._novio-tu
A BARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
JJL BOOKBINDERS.-A Baggies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low Tor cash. Ia nearly
new, cnts 28 ra? hes, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40.. Apply at Tris
NEWS Job Onice._.. '..-.af.. - mar22
AT PRIVATE 'SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
orangeburg District,- south carolina, 16 miles
from- Blackville'on South 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 1028 acres of land, 238 of
which ls cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more cleared, but not under fence-al) of
which is flrst-cias3 Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls first-class Timber Land. ,'. '
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) in order
for immediate use, 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 lu good condition, stables, barn, kc, six
ie) framed negro houses in good order. Ifalso
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous ta agricultural purposes for making ma?
nures, ?ie. The best of titles eau be given. Any
Information either In writing or in pjrson can be
bod by application to Dr. h. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston, S. C. Junie
?J?OARD Di NEW YORK.
Person wishing genteel BOARD tn the City of
New York for the Summer mouths, In a House
patronized by Southern families, will find lt to
their taste and advantage to call on the subscrib?
er at No. 1 North Washington Square, before
making other engagements. Mas. WHYTE.
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good board
iud pleasant rooms, oa moderate terms, by ap?
ply mg at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. mayis
Cigars, 6tobar.ro, &t. .
gMPEROR WILLIAM CIGAR STORET
SPECIE PAYMENTS RESUMED AT No. 310
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers, Wholo
lale and Retail Consumers or CIGARS, TOBACCO,
1NUFF. ko., an extra inducement for their trade.
1PECIE PAYMENTS ac par exchanged for
?KEENB i CKS to the amount of purchase made,
vi thou t any advance npoo the Goods, consisting
if all articles in his line of business.
Orders extended to him. with Cash or City Ac
eptances, will be promptly attended tb. An ex
mlnatlon ot his Stock lu respectfully solicited. .
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar store.
Soots, 5i)0?S, &t.
?1 ET THE BEST!
Bay your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T E l B E B'S,
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makeB them to order, in any style desired,
sing only the best material and workmanship,
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cos
jm made BOOTS AND SHOES, ol all sizes.
rh I ch dispenses with shoe strim a and elastic,
LADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.'.
mayas No. 41 Broad street.
'.- A "Regal?r'Monttiiy Meeting of
SocletfcwlRJbeJield Tfcs EVKNIKG, st 8 o'clock,
?at LmdstedtlPfiia; oorner K'.ng and Calhoun
Btreets? Members are requested to be ponctuai
In atiendBBce. By order of the President. "
JnlyTl-1? FRIED. HISCH, Secretary.
S" " TJRV?Y??S' ASSOC I? T ?fH'fJF
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-Attend the Rega?
lar Monthly Meeting of your-,'.''80clayon.. at the
Hall of tne Charleston Llbrr../, THIS (Tuesday)
EVENINO, July nth, at 8 o'clock: W -
? THOMAS McC RAD 1, -
jnlyll -J ? , . ? ' ? Secretary.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE.
- TY.-A Regular Monthly Meeilngof tba So?
ciety will be Held THIS (Tuesday) :Ev?irorgf.at
MSBODIC Hall, at 8 o'clock. ;. " 19V BAKER, '
jolyn ? _ 'Secretary..
SUMTER . RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND A
Regular Monthly Meeting -at Masonic HalL
THIS ETKNTNO, the nth instant, at 8 o'clock.
Members will please; come prepared to PBJ Ar?
rears and make excuses for absences. -
By order of the Presldont. 1; a?
jnlyll . ; Secretary and Treasurer..'.
CAROLINA D?DEP?NDENT; BQAT
' OLTJB.-Attend an Extra Meeting of your
ciab, THISEVBNTNO, athaif-paBt 8 block.' Mem?
bers will please come prepared to pay Arrears.- >?<
. By orderof theifcemdemvr;. : ..!.. .
JUlyllr* . , ,-. Secretary and Treasurer.
? <finoitnol. :
j?ONDS, COUPONS, 4c. '
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
. BONDS'ANO . COUPONS.
Un current Bank Notes
Gold and Silver.
Dealt regularly in by A. b. KAUFMAN,
jniyii-tuthB . ." . Na 26 Broad street..
. -:- J ' '.
??, -WINNSBORO, S. C. - '
The FALL SESSION or 1871 will open cn MON?
DAY, July 31, and continue twenty weeks. The
course of Institution ls Classical, Scientific and
Commercial, affording thorough preparation for
a universal course or for business life. -? For circu?
lars, address -M^'FARROW; '
lulyll-tufs . . Principal
im? ar& Stt?t?; r_
L~ OST ?^SMALL GOLD'ENAMELLED
PIKT, with MasonlcSlra,' eith?r on East Bay
Battery or South-Bay. The-flnder will be re?
warded, by. leaving lt at ihls:omce.i juiyii-i* .
mrs ?coos, Ut .
GREAT "BUSH FOR B?BGA?NS I
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES FOR JUNE
GOODS FOB TRA FELLERS AND STAYERS AT
.0 : : ? _'?'?.?
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO:,
Not. ?44 and 437 King St??Vt,
Keeping their Stock new and fresh at all sea
I sons, are getting In dally by steamers,
NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for sui ta
?Plaid and Chene Japanese-Foplins I ?}
I Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hot weather
Hore or their beat q?a?lty Iron Grenades
White abd Colorednqnes \; . 't. " ; ;:'
Beautiful New PrintB, air the recent patterns, in
endless variety: Percales, also ^ - y;
Black Tamise for Sommer and Moorain g Dresses
Black Charlies, "very, best quality
BlackS 4 and 6 i Mousellnes
Black English Crapes and Crape Veils
Crape Sets-and Collars
Embroideries (a lovely lot) ' ;A;
Linen and Lace Sets 1 !
Mnsun Sleeves',': ' .? - ? ' -_:
uu?u HOn?TB ttUUUUUg, ac ' J. .. . .-.
- _ *. < :
ALSO, A FULL LINS OF j
CASSIMERES, LINENS AND COTTONADES .
.:' TABLE DAMASK
HANDKERCHIEFS, ? . ,
- NOTIONS, Ac
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed bot what ls
F?RCKGOTT,'BENEDICT & CO.,
jnn22 Nee. 244 and 437 Ring Street.
CDisscIntio?is j?rf QLa?iaxtneTB\)ip.
Notice'is hereby given that the Partnership
lately subsisting between the late JOHN CAMP
S EN-AND ERNEST WA LT J EN, ofCharle-ton, un?
der the Arm or JOHN CAMPS EN & COMPANY,
was dls?olvert on the 21st day or May, 1871, by the
decease or Mr. JOHN CUMPSEN. The under
signed ls authorized to settle all debts dne 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 ol JOHN CAMPSEN A CO., to date from 1st
Instant. CATHARINE CAMPSEN,
(Widow of the late J. Campsen.)
Charleston, June 12, 1871 JunlS-tuflmo
g BINGLES! SHINGLES 1
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BUILD?
ER'S DEPOT, No. 94 Church street.
Junie E. M. GP.1MKE.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully informs his friends
and the public that, having refitted the above
Mill with improvad 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 band a large stock of
Season* d. Dressed Floo-lng, Lining, Shelving
and Weather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES, Plast?
ering Laths, Ac. J. H. STEINMEYER.
itta?ffjes, Jcmdrrj, Ut.
Jg A L L, BLACK & CO.,
No. 686 AND 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
Call attention to their very extensive stock of
mported and American Watches of Waltham
STATUARY, OAS FIXTURES, Ac*
Oar goods are of the best quality, perfect In
leslgn and finish, and sold at iatr pttces. Strang
irs in the city are cordially-invited to visit oar
.aies-rooms, whether they wish to purchase or
lot. . JtlylWyp
?ifl?-I-PS1-?T^.B-*l STBIPS t
s < a; so oblate.-STRIPS . .
?\ .S^QlSJflrJO. Necks. ? _
S? Forsalelowny B.BOYD,
Jnlyll----_ No. 198 East Bay.
LTE-WINE-AND CIDER VINEGAR.
~ 20" uarretBrNonpariel Cider Vinegar-T '
20 barrels Table W?WjTinegar. .-- ?
Agents ' of * above 'an?-Saye'- conet?ntly a foll
stock on band, - -> - -
Por sale lowinj* : . \ : . v ,T. .
Jnlyl-lmo g STEFFENSi WBRNER'ASKJOKBR.
AMS A Nir ;L A ET
io uer ces ? DuflteHft .limitation': -: WESTPHALIA
- HAMS . ^.rT.
5 tierces Davis's Diamond Hams,
10 tierces Davis's Leaf'Lard.
., All Hamsreweighed whensoMfl : For sale by
iJ^-.'. '- D, A. AMME, ?
Southeast corner Market and Meeting stree tu.
^. jnh28;7.? . . .,'"7,. ;.
. .?: ,? ?sig WI ?IC .. ?V
SICKS OF THE ORO OSER Y HOUSE AND CARO
' .-..Uv ... ^.L.. . ' . J ".
UNA TEA AGENCY, - .. .
. .-.? .' . .
Yoac^n-bnjr Tor one dollar .audjlfty. cents ?m?
V?an^6t^t?'yffj':?b?d YOUN?^BYSON TEA of
deUcate flavor aud great strength.
For thirty cents one gallon nest quality LIGHT?
HOUSE OIL. ' - \- '\; '
For seventy Ave cents one gallon choice Silver
Drip SYRUP. '.- . a^jL
For three dollars and fifty cents a J span ned Tl n
CHAMBER SET, composed of three'articles, and
worth:five dollars. "
For fifty cents a LOOKING 'G?At?," whtcn ?ny
buyerwonld think: cheap at one dollar.
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
fl O U S E: RU RN 19 H I N G . G ? O D B y
TWENTY-FIVE^PER CENT. CHEAPER?'? .. ^
Than same qnality gooda elsewhere. -
.GLASSWABE, : V
/ ' HARDWARE,
.WO?DENW?RE and -'.- .
. . WILLOWWAREv
PLATN " AND DECORATE!) FRENCH ' CHES A
' . OOODS, ; .
. - AI
L I N L E T'S C H E A P .8 T OBI ?
No. 888 King street, -
---_ ? - - .
'.' . .'. - ? .. .'-j,'- .
'. '?; j;:v/;> 1 .' . .* V "'*1,.1^^i
; . . ','?< ; ? ? -r;"-r? j -? A
? > . ' . ?.. .. -vi&csstota
. Smoked PIG TONGUES at $126 per dosen. :
WILSONS'1 . . ' '.2 GR?CBBYI
iou -,v v WILSON ?Bs a ?better--- ^?CW^"
WILSONS'' :: GROCERY.
.? ...' yffcJ TEAiortbe'sam?mofiey .T^i:'''-.:"
???iV???. :ttan *njiOtfcer.H<raseln ?>
WILSONS' GROeERYy -
. '?.'I'X ' ? A . the City. '.'i.V.;
WILSONS'^' .-' ? ' .. :;. O*OCEBY^ .
' ??.},\'^.\ .' "- ''.;', i .'?
WTLSONS' f .r ?v..''. ..S?^p||p^
WILSONS' . . e?r!f.n?T; V - . a ORb?BRT,
? , T -?^A' - - .v.-ii r-j'V-'
No. 306' J .'???;'-:-. . KING ST^
....V-V Atthelowfrloe'off-: w;:-.-d?:._
?mj?\ ONE DOLLAR . ???^^?
NO. 30? " . ? KING ST.
- ' GREEN AND BLACK.
'Ne. 3 0? '.: ...v.->...--j-?rr..K3K?h5flR
.-. . &s ? ?? -
.' ' ' :":':^??
: ui: ..(.: . ... . ? . 'f:>?i1f
NO...-30S '.u.';;: ? ...<iW..,-'<*j?KlHG
i . ??,Qin.yniaMMM&r.&^&?i
NO. ?0tt .? ..rV..'.-..' '?:, aTOGP-.SR.
trial, and yon will ase. ". : !
No. 3 0? . .< ; KINO 4 ST
nootber. " -: :
No.' 3 0fl . "'?.Z . 'J UNG ST.
AUGootedelfverea free. g?g go
No. 30? . KING SE.
CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRIPS, AT 13
cents per lb,-.. : . <.:,/...??
Fulton Market BEEF, Very fine;-at la cents per
m. ', * .?? [.'?' .' -.. J,: . ? * :
A lot' of nnbagged-Sbgar-onrea Hams (war?
ranted) at a low price; ???
. S.W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
AU Goods dellvered'free. Juna*,
?THORN SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binninger'a Old London Dock Sin. Old Tom Gin
Assorted FrencaBr?ndy? Fdra?a;? quart Jtirs
Assorted- French Fruits, in own Juice, put np Ti
. glass stoppetefi de?anters -
FyenoB jnokiee; iii fancy Jars
india Onrrfe, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste; Anchovy Paste
French Mustard,-In glassrpots;. . . .
Oneen'a Olives,. Capers, Bordeaux Olive_O?,
Florence Olive Oil, In flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E. 'K BEDFORD,
Late V. S. Corwin ? Co.
joni! No.275 Kmgstreet.
\TEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENG Llflli
IX CHEESE, AC
RECEIVED PER RECENT AR RIV ALS. V;
.OholceNew GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese; Mild Factory Chease, Pine?
apple Cheese, Yoong America Cheese, Kid am and
Sap Sago Cheese, Extra smoked Tongues and I
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Kc Bled Ox Tongues, !:.(
: SUGAR-CURED HAMS. :
Daffleld's, American, Whestphalla, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and .'the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by - E. E BEDFORD ,
g R E M E N . L'A;G^:B. ;B'E E.'-B .. ;
ENGLISH' ALES ? ' "
r- ].,r. A CHAMPAGNE ALES
mBt Li .T^w LONDON PORTEES
DUBLIN PORTERS .
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. ., - m\
A E. BEDFORD, , rW
ann ' . '" ' NQ.-'atB.j^ atwe?;
OT A RN E B ' S:;IOD'a^pi^-l|
I 7,''A^B* .IB?N .PItrL? ' - .
?0TBaie-bf " Da. H; BARR, ?
J an?s No. 1 ia Meeting stree. W