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? . meeting* Thia Day.
Charleston Chamber of Commerce, at 12 M.
Charleston Dramatic Club, at 8 P. M.
Relier Loan Association, at hoir-past 8 P. M. ?
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS Intended for pub?
lication in THE NEWS, must, In all cases, be paid
^jqr in advance, r
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-The Very Rev. Dr. Ber?
mingham will officiate in the Catholic Church, on
the island, at seven o'clock, Sunday forenoon.
Music OX THE BATTERY.-The Phoenix
Brass Band will perform this afternoon at the
Battery as usual.
A KIND GUT.-The Sisters ol Mercy grate?
fully acknowledge the donation of four suits of
clothing from Wm. Mstthiessen, Esq., for the or?
phan boys under their chare e.
FISH FOR THE ORPHVNS.-Five strings of
fish, for sale on Thursday afternoon without the
required license, were taken from the vender.
and carried to the Guardhouse by an argns-eyed
policeman. The conns cared property was dis?
patched at once to the Orphanhouse, and the
Mayor next morning cen fl rm ed the'disposal thus
made by the er-fl h -en t officer. It is pleasant to
see Justice thus mindful of her "scales" and so
anr'.ous to aid in economizing the fln-ances at
THE LAST OF THE RADICAL PROCESSION.-Be*
tjgeen 12 and 1 o'clock Thursday - night, or rather
yesterday morning, when the Radical procession,
after having escorted Mayor Pillsbury home, had
arrived at the Citadel Square, a disturban ce arose
in the crowd. Samuel Dawson, colored, struck a
colored boy named Solomon Flinn over the head
with a clnb. Dawson was arrested and brought
before the Mayor in the morning. Solomon appear?
ed with LI* head bandaged and bli ody, showing
the force of the crack-sknU blow which had been
dealt him. The lia' or, however, with ail the glow
of his speech the night before upon him, over
looked these little ebullitions of play for- humor in
4phlspets, and dismissed the club-Jj?wiler with his
A GALLANT ACT.-About ,5 o'clock on Thurs?
day afternoon, as a party of boys were bathing at
the floodgate near the cfs ces of the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad, one pf their number, a
colored bc. 'bout twelve years of age, named
James Smith, got beyond his depth, and was un?
able to stem the current snd swim back. He was
about to drown, and had sunk twice when his
companions raised their voices for help. Mr. s.
W. Fisher, the treasurer of the company, was at?
tracted by tbeir cries, and, running to the spot,
saw tn-a moment what bad happened, without
walting to get rid of any encumbrances but his
watch, he plunged imo the wa>er, and s?cceed?d
In catchi' g the drowning boy under the water,
after he had gone down for the third time. The
boy, as we stated above, was biaok, and 8ls res?
cuer was white. ? ? '
THE UNITED h TATES COURT.-The District
Court was opened at io o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, Hon. Georges. Bryan,presiding :
r The United states marshal was ordered to bring
the forty boxes of mannfactured tobacco seized
at Darlington, and addressed td G. FelUn,
Charleston, S. O, to this city, and deliver to G.
Foll?n the thirty-one boxes or said tobacco de?
scribed in the Inventory of R. J. Donaldson, col*
lector. The remain lng nine boxes to be held aub
j ect to the further order of this court.
A, Way cou, master of the ship J, C. Boynton,
vs. Jean M. Fred s burg. Libel against goods for
freight. After hearing the arguments in this
case, the Judjte decreed for the libellant the sum
of 18120 and costs.
Adjourned untU 10 o'clock Monday morning.
BASE BALL.-This afternoon the Carolina
Y BaseBaU Club intend vbitl?g Mount Pleasant for
the purpose of playing a game with their friends,
the Jaspers, ol Sullivan's Island. It ls not often
that so line an opportunity for observing the
game occurs. In the city, the spectators are ex?
posed to the Intense rays of the sun, when watch?
ing this exciting game, and, consequently, no
ladles ever add their enlivening presence to the
scene, but to-day they can, with perfect confi?
dence of being sheltered from the heat, witness
the contest. The two contesting clubs contain
some of the best material, in the city therefore
an exciting and interesting match may confi?
dently be anticipated.. The weather ls extreme?
ly warm at present, and tho trip to Mount Pleas?
ant will prove ?hilar a dag to our seor ch td citi?
zens. The fare, also, ls bdt a small matter, so
that it is in the powvr of ah to witness the game.
The Bteamer wdl make ah extra tfip at ? o'clock
to-day for the accommodation of visitors.
?MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-Yesterday after?
noon, about half-past 4 o'clock, Thomas Jennings
Byan, a yon' a well known about the city as sub?
ject to ireqneut epileptic attacks, fell from the
south side of Anger's Norm wharf into the dock
and waa drowned. The unfortunate boy was
standing at the edge of the wharr, within a fe sr
yards of some men, whose attention was first at?
tracted by the heavy splash he made as he fell
Into the water. Persons ba the opposite side of
the dock?saw him clutch once or twice convul?
sively with his nanda and by the working of his
Jaw lt was plain that he had been overtaken by
one of his usual attacks. Several sailors from the
Manhattan, lying in the same duck, and otnera,
dived for' him, but without, success He never
rose, bnt remained In the water about two hours,?
when a snuU white boy who, among others, was
dragging for him with his Ashing tackle, hooked
his clothing, and brought the body to the surrace.
It was raised at once to the wnarf, and lay there
while the coroner was notified. An inquest was
held over the body on the wharf, and the jury re?
turned a verdict or death from accidental drown?
THE WATERMELON TRADE.-Few people, not
engaged m lt, have an idea of the magnitude of
the watermelon trade of Augusta, Ga., during the
6?3??>n, Thousand.? of these fltucioas aad Juicy
fruits aiejannuaily shipped from that city to Phil?
adelphia, New York and other places, where they
find a ready salo at nigh prices. Small farmers
who cultivate watermelons,say that they can re?
alize more from this-crop, and* with much less
labor and outlay, than they could from a larg*
cotton plantation; and Instances are not wanting
of watermelon-growers having made as high as.
'ten dollars a day net profit daring the season, with
an outlay of not more than three hundred
dollars, and with, only one man and mule to
assist in cul ' waling and harvesting the crop.
From the 3d to the 7th instant, 9362 watermelons
were shipped on the Central Railroad to New
York, and of this number 6939 were sent in one
day-on the 7th. During the Bame time, 6907
melon.', were forwarded by the South Carolina
Railroad to New York, and 660 to Charleston. At
an average price of twenty-five cents each, whole?
sale, this would amount, to nearly three thousand
dollars in value, which ts, however, but the be?
ginning of the trade, that has as yet barely open?
ed; for we understand that the crop during the
present season will be one of the largest ever pro?
duced in Georgia, and contracts have been enter-,
ed into with parties'in New York and elsewhere,
who are ready to take and dispose of any quanti?
ty or watermelons that can be obtain ed.
Hotel Arriva ls-July l?.
. R. W. Carpenter, Blacksh^ar, Ga.; Charles
A. Mercier, S. J. Mercier,- belaud; Mr. and Mrs
J. Jami s, Florida; G. w,. story, agent or the E.
H. and N. R. R.
J. R. Graves, "Ma& Graves, Petersburg; M. R.
Rhodes, Atlanta; Philip K. Thompson, John Bull,
New Orlea^iB; B. J. Marion, Moldo, Wallachia.
PAVILION HOT IL.
Jol?n Nettles, Northeastern Railroad; William
&. Oreen, Air Line Railroad: A, Morgan, George?
town; R. w. Tindall! H. Mci ants, Savannah and
fharieston Railroad ; L, Bliss, J. J. McCoy, Savan?
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Meeting in Ward 1.
A meeting of the citizens of thia ward waa
held last evening at the Hibernian Hall, the presi?
dent, T. Street, Esq., in the chair,
j Jan election having been held, the Eev. W. B.
Tates was nominated as the candidate for the
office of school commissioner for this ward.
On motion lt was resolved that a committee or
five be appointed, whosevduty it should be to
select twenty others to act with them as a work?
ing committee to canvass the ward and assist at
the polls. The following committee were ap?
pointed: W. S. Adams, James. Rielly, Wm.
Huger, P. Tecklenburg and H. J. ONeui. The
meeting then adjourned.
Meeting In Ward 5.
There was a meeting In this ward last evening
at Arnold's Hall, Meeting near-John street.
The Hon. Wm. Aiken was selected as the can?
didate for school commissioner for the ward, and
expressed to the committee, composed of Messrs.
Bolger, Archer and Fraser, who waited upon him
alter his election, hui willingness to Berve, aud
do all he could in the matter to the best or his
A communication from Ward 4, stating that
the propositions agreed upon by the different
wards had been adopted, was received as in for?
In pursuance of one of the* said propositions,
the chairman appointed, by permission of the
meeting, Mr. Otto Tledeman, to constitute, with
himself, representatives from the ward, to the
Central Executive Committee. He also appointed
as a club central committee, Messrs. Foster,
Amme, Luden, Kelly, Potterer, Lengnlck, Hay cc
A wcrting tornmittee was appointed to take a
census of the ward, attend at the polls and look
after the interest of the ward generally.
The Rev. F. Brown resigned hts office as dele?
gate to the convention,and R.E. Dewees was
elected in his place.
Sleeting In Ward 8.
- A meeting of the citizens or this ward was held
at the hail corner or King and Line streets, the
president, A. L. Tobias. Esq., In the chair. The
president stated that the meeting was called pur
suant to a resolution passed at th# late meeting
of the presidents, for the purpose or electing a
delegate! who, with the president, would repre?
sent the ward in the executive committee.
On motion, the appointment or this delegate was
left, to the president, at his leisure.
An election for a' candida e for the office or
school commissioner from thia ward having been
entered upon, Mr. A. L. Tobias was elected by ac?
The president was also directed to appoint four
men to take the census or the ward and the names
or every resident voter, and the meeting adjourn- '
ed subjeot to his call.
Two MONSTER SHARKS.-Yesterday moro?
ng a party ol gentlemen procured the carcass or
a dead horse, and, following lt down the harbor
with the ebbtide, succeeded in capturing two
Bharks or enormous dimensions, Just off Fort
Sumter. The monsters were towed up to North
Atlantic dock, ana were speedily hoisted upon
the wbarr. The larger one measured twelve
feet and one inch from the tip or his nose to the
end or his tall, and weighed Ave hundred and
eighty pounds. The oth?r measured eleven fee:
four inches, and weighed Ave hundred and sixty
pounds. These are two of the largest manne
monsters which have been captured lately, and
one of them ls the largest that has been taken
hs?e Blnce the war. His month ls a serruilo ca?
vern, armed with several rows or sharp saw teeth,
and the look from his eyes is any thing but Invi?
ting. He had about twenty-ave pounds athone *
flesh between his Jaws, which added not a little
tip the beauty or bis appearance. These two indi?
viduals, just Introduced to the City or Charleston,
are said to belong to tho common species of
The report or their capture speedily drew a
large crowd down to North Atlantic wharf to see
the Leviathans brought m. As the boat came np
to the side of thc d ck with the Bharks, towed one
on eaoh side, the crowd naturally came to the
edge of the wharf to look over. The old wharf
beat, and at length gave away with a rumbling
crash. The crowd were Intent upon the sharks,
and found themselves suddenly lanuched into tho
dock, on a most Insecure and dangerous raft.
Men and women, boys and old men, all went
down, and for a time au Indescribable confusion
prevailed. One individual fen in fearful proximi?
ty to the twelve foot shark. Tbe Involuntary
bathers, however, speedily got on the wh?rt in
one way and another, and no one was damaged
in the sllghest, beyond a small pinch irom the
timbers and a good a nek lng.
THE COLOREO CHURCU Ut SUMMERVILLE.
A correspondent writes to THE NEWS deny lng the
charge made In a recent communication to the
Conner to the effect that the colored congregation
In Summerville have been boisterous to an un?
seemly degree in their religions exercises. He
contends that the meetings are conducted in as
quiet and as orderly a manner as those or any
other church In the village.
TEE SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY. .
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
I notico lu this morning's NEWS a statement
that several hundred persons were left on Sulli?
van's Island. I beg to say there must be some
mistake, as not a person to my knowledge re?
quired transportation after the last trip. The
company bas two-steamers ander their control,
and one only was found necessary for that day's
travel. Respect folly,
Charleston, Jniy 14. J. H. MUSKAT, Agent.
. RUBIN ES B NOTICES.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
apr20 B And No. isl Ring Street. -
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. octl4-s
THE .ACADEMT OP Music GRANO GIFT COX- S
CERTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chadwick.
Cary A Co.-Mr. Eben Cotna, sub-agent for this
splendid and attractive scheme is now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. c. Olaclns, c?rner
East Bay and Central wharf. maj29
- CRIB RAGE BOAKDS, 30 cents each.
White Envelopes, 10 cents a package. '
JonMf H ?SEL STREET BAZAAR. '
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, ti,
f5, $G?umd $8 60 per thousand, according to
ilze, at THE NEWS Job nm ce.
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and the country that tiley can buy a better and
cheaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. 31 Queen
street ls the place, to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come all, and let me serve you to a No. 1 Machine.
JonlO . j L. LCNSFOKD, i
BTJSIXKSS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job'Office
.a now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
. manresa ctfrds printed the/eon, at-$4 per thou3
aAJ. Send your orders. Every merchant and
usiness man should have his card printed oo
j&tttSpaptrs, mag africa, &i
FOR JULY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For sing? number.........:.25 centt
Per annum.:$2 OD
For sale by
WALKER, EVAJS'S & COQSWELL,
Publishers. No. 8 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the Postofflce \
at Charleston, ror the week ending July 14,
1871, and printed officially in TES DAILY NEWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
ss- Persons calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they are "Advertised."
83- Office hours from 8 A. IL to 8>f P. M. C
Sundays, from SK to 6>i P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Adams, Mrs A
Arpen, Mrs Mar
Bails, Mrs Har?
Balley, Mrs E L
Balley, Mrs W
Barr, Miss Mary
Blakely, Miss M
Blakely, Mrs Re?
Brown. Mrs Sa?
Brown, Mrs B B
D.ty*, Mrs Marj
Duffy, Miss Ma?
Dunn. Mrs Cha?
Fields, MISB Ma?
Fields, Miss Mo
Fisher, Miss Do
Frater, Mrs K
Fripp. Mrs Sal?
Fraser, Mrs H P
Furgurson, Ml s
G.Uiey. Mrs M
Gili rs, Mrs R
Cinda, Mrs Ca?
Gibbs Mrs Sa
Grant, Miss Liz
Grant, Mrs Frll
Grant, Mrs Eli
Green, Mrs Cia
Guv, Mrs Cathe
Harvey, Mrs Ma
Hay ne?, Caro?
Huff. Mrs Har?
liner, Mrs Eli?
Irvin, Mrs M
rzlar, Mrs A M
Jefsen, Mrs Ca?
Jones, Salida L
Johnsen, Mrs E
Lewis, Mrs An?
Lock-, Miss An?
Lanae, Mrs M
Lucas, Miss Au?
Mason, M s A C
Mason, Mrs Ma?
Mason, Miss Isa?
May, Miss Lau?
Mehrten s, Mrs L
M< yer, Mrs.M
Moody, Miss An
M ss Marla
M Call, Miss
Mc Cart ha, En?
Nixon, Miss El
Oller, Mrs Eliza?
)ppel, Mrs Geo
PJR'IB, Miss sa?
Parsons, Miss E
He tie o
Perry. Mrs F'S
Perry, Mrs Cece?
Rici i wood, Mrs
Roben s, Mrs
Buger, Miss Pau?
Ryan. Miss Ma?
Russell, Mrs El?
Sauna, Mrs Ella
Scott. Mrs Em?
Service, Misa C
She-1, Mrs Jos
Smltu, Mrs Kel?
Smith, Mrs Gi*
No 312 Ring
TJgee, Miss Lut?
Mrs S ph ia
Ward Miss E H
J eephine A
Webb. Mrs Phil?
Mar ba (col d)
Wood, Mrs Ann
Wood?, Miss An?
Wrede. Mis"? R
Yates, Miss Lily
Alleen, Frank Gi ice, Robert Pettigrew, OhsB
Aidret Ben j S Green, John Paterson, John
Alston, J P Green. Robert Capt
Alston, W S Hackemann, Petersnn, M P
Alston. P E Senn Pmckney,Moses
Albers, Henri ck Halev, Patrick Pitzei. W
Armstrong, WU- Hamil'on, H 0 Player, Chas J
liam ' Hanson, Jens Powers, E
Aherton. Isreal Harms, H Prince, Edward
Bally, O-iraa Harrison, J F J
Baldwin. JJ Hesse, O H Ramsey, WU
Baldwin, Ran- Heins, Johann- Ham
dall . Hoffman, Henry Raven el. Joly
Bali, J Alnyn Holmes, Geo S Reed,-John M
Bartlett, Wm Hicks, Henry K Rice, H B
Lynn H-oglns Geo hoberts, Albert
Bancroft, James Hudson, P J
(cord) Hudson, Mr . Rogeers, T M
BJ ra well, Cor- Huger, Arthur M Roesslee, O
neilus aube, Fritz Ross, Marlon
Barnes, Jno H Uulsberg, Jo- Sandes. O
Binns. Joseph hann Sankston.Thom
BlaKe, Peter Jackson, John as A
Bnblmann, F Jacobs, Peer Sayre, Philomen
Bolden, Ben Jack, James M Scanlan, Law- .
Brown, c T w Jordan, James [ renee S
Browning, WT Jordon, James Schesnan, Pat
Brower, O (col'd) rick
Brodie, W L Johnson, John sherry, Jno
Brady, Patrick Johnson, Robert Snnbnct.Mmon
Budrott. C L Jones, Harry B sparkner, Mr
Campbell, Mplo Kc Rou, Frede- singleton, Rob
Campbell, Rev rick ere
S Selly, Owen Skipper, S J
Christon, Col- Kline, H F smith, Winiam
man Kohlmann, D smith, J Wash
Chisolm, J B Kornabrens, lugton
Chotn, Theodore John H Span ba, Samuel
Constant, Paul L-acste, JC Stolze, Chas
B Laffin, Patrick L<-wis
Colgan, Thomas Lebb*, J E Stafford, Henry
Costa, Wm Levi, Dion R
Cross, James-M Legare, E T Stern, M
Cronenweth, Lewis, Nol Steedman, John
Ph Llglttneart, WU- H
Crouch, Hasell liam steward, John.
W Loyd. Winiam U
Cunningham, Maihews.Jamee Taylor, Ebonls
Barnard M Taylor, Abra
Dart, James Martin. WS him
Rev Mashine, Wash- Thole, Carel
daly, Henry lugton miine, H T
Dawson, W C Meyer, John Turner, He.tiy
Dehoen, M O Mehrt?-ns, Mr Vatidet Hp, Jno
Dobson, Henry Mischet, F G Yandioss, Hen
H" Middleton, CH ry
Dothace. Josepn Mtkell, Wash- Wa?, cf ar, Sam
Dougharty, ingtnn ucl
Heurt Miller, Jno D Warren, Wal
Donelly, S F Milter, George lace H
Dukes Law- Miller, W J Washington,
.renee 'Mitchell, Biann Wm
StS&k, Isaac r Mitchell, Wm Wagguer, A C
Every, Patrick Moll e, wm wallace, Jno
Eisenback, Geo Muller, Otto Waketal Wm A
H Murry, William Wai lng. P H
Paulllng, W N Muldreus.Thom Welsh, Wm .
Fisher, Louis as - Welsh, B H
Flnegan, ilium- Murphy, James Wienhuite, P
as McCoy, Aron wienman, Eide
Fields, Wm G Mei opnery, W Wilkerson, Paul
Flynt, Wm H McCormick, S
Freeman. Jr, . Samuel Wdllams.Prince
John M McGrath, David L
Frasee, RE McMillan,James williams,Thorn
Fuller, Ben] W as
Gadsden, John McKrnzy, Chas Wilson, Josh E /
A McPherson, Jno Winter, Henry
Gibbs, Mr B Newman, Jnu ?Wood, A A
GI bs, Daniel O'Brien, Martini Yates, E W
Clb?on, Abram Parsons, Wil- Young, I)
Glover, GS dam Young, Mr W11
Goldson, John .I Ham
S3- Persons depositing letters In the Postoffice
wu! please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will alar,
please to remember that without the stamp a le?
ter cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dea-1
Drugs una ?Ubinnes.
QERMAJN SOOTHING CORDIAL 1
AN, INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS"!
This is the best Medicine ror young children
euflcring with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com
plaint, in ident to Teething, lt may be gi vet
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other in
Price, 26 cents a pottle.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BAHR,
Al9o hythe following Druggists:
A W. SOKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKR1NE, A. O. BA rt BOT,
W. T. LITTLE A CU., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN. Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
h. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN & -CHWAKi
G. W. AI MAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LOHN, W. T. LINN,
w. A. GIBSON',
And by Druggists generally. jana
TOT AVEBLT - HOUSSE,
ANDERSON, S. C..
This Hou.se having been recently flited np with
modern Improvements and comforts and newly
furnished, now oners to those seeking a change
irom the sultry air of the low country a pleasan t
retreat. The Town of Anderson, pleasantly sit?
uated, notfar from the Mouuia.ns, has the benefit
of bracing atmosphere and cool nights There
are pleasant drives In the country, and Churches
for all oenomlnatlons in tue Town.
The South Carolina Railroad now sel's Return
Tickets from Char.eaton and hack for $ u io.
Board per month. $iS 00
Board per week. soo
Every effort will be made to add to the comfort
of vlsi ora J. A. HATS,
Parties visiting Flat Roek,:N. C., or Asheville,
N. C., will And comfortable Stages leaving Green
vi le, 8.0., ev-ry MONDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR
DAV MORNINGS, reaching Heudersonvlde for sup?
per and Asheville for dinner next day.
j0D24-lmo_ WM. P. BLAIR
gPArl&LING CATAWBA SPEINGS,
FORMERLY CALLEO THE CAROLINA WHITE SULPHUR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N/O.
This highly popular WATERING PLACE will
be open for visitors On WEDNESDAY, June 13th.
The Mineral Waters of these .Springs are.the
White and Blrie sulphur and Chalybeate, theme,
dlcinal properties of whicu are not excelled, and
a healthier and more delightful watering place
not to be found.
The Springs will be nuder the management of
J. M. BLAIR, formerly or Baietgh. N. C., an expe?
rienced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WREsN,
and visitors may rely upon good fare and good at?
Plenty of Ice, good Band or Music, and good
Physician In attendance, Ac
Leave Baltimore ur washington City in the
morning via Acqula Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville Railroad, to salisbury, where you take the
Wesiern and Morganton Road, and reach Hickory
Station (the Springs Depots by half-past nine the
Leave Augusta Ga., at night, and take the Char?
lotte and statesvllle Road at Charlotte, you reach
the Springs early the next morning, charleston
in tho morning, and be at the Sprangs the next
A good four horse omnibus will run in connec?
tion wu h the trams to the Springs over a beau il?
ia ! road only six miles.
Per mooth, (or Tour weeks).$40 00 .
Per week.;.IS 00
Per day. 2 60
Children and colored servants hair price. No
cturge for Infants under twoyears or ag1.
J. GOLDEN. WYATT.
Sparkling Catawba Springs, June 1st, 1871.
Drugs, (Eficmicals, &t.
C. F. PANKNIN,
CHEMIST IND JPOBM,
No. 123 MEETING STREET,
CHALRIJE*STOJV, S. C.
ATTENTION IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED TO
the NEW NON-POISONOUS and' ODORLESS DIS?
INFECTANT and ANTISEPTIC,
(Chloride of Alnmlnlam, the Saline Antiseptic
harmless as common salt.)
The Lancet, August 27th, 18*0, says of this pre?
paration: "It ls quite as potent as Chloride of Zinc
or Carbolic Acid, and ls at the same time non
poisonous and devoid of unpleasant smell of every
kind. These qualities will, no doubt, Injure its
being extensively used, and at no distant date we
may expect lt to displace the antiseptics which
are at present in vogue."
CHLORALUM ls an astringent antiseptic, ap?
plied to foul ulcers by London sirgeons, as a gar?
gle in scarlet rever, diphtheria aad common sore
throat, and has been found Invaluable In Inflam?
mation of the eyes, Ac
CHLORALUM can be relied cn by Farmern in
the treatment of Foot and Mourn Disease, and in
carrying on disinfection in thdr homes, stables,
cowbeds, plgatyes and poultry-bouses.
- CHLORALUM for dog kennels can oe used with
great advantage and economy in keeping meat
fresh for any length ot time, .n purifying the
benches and yards, and completely removing the
foul and sickening odor dr duty or 111-dralaed
ta* For sale In quantities to silt purchasers.
The advertiser ls also in receip; or a small lot or ]
Espies Cigarettes, for Asthma.
Together with a Fresh f apply or
For sale low by the case.
RiBiMIWS BBPATIt BITTERS
Which have established for thenselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none for the relier or Diseases
of the Stomach and Liver.
A full assortment of MEDICINES, PERFUME?
RIES, CHEMICALS, Ac, of his om lmportatl' n.
Through constant effort and at en Hon, he hopes
to merit a continuance of the rcblio patronage
which has hitherto been extendel to him.
Soots, Srjoes, #f.
ET THE BES ll
Boy your BOOtS AND 3I0ES at
No. 41 BROAD STR?BT.
He makes tbem to order, in aiy style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on haud. a large asortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, a all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strtusand elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this e.-tabiihment.
Call anu examine specimens.
maj22 Ne. -r. Broad street.
gPONGESl SPONGES i
. Just received a flue assctment
surgeon's Iponge, Ac., Ac.
For sale by " ra. H. BAER,
maytt_Ko. 181 leetlag street.
JJ EL M BOL D'S BtCHTJl
Helmbold's Bose Wash
Hcmbold's Catavba Grape Pills.
For sale by IR. H. BAER,
mayi? Ko. 131 leeung au?;,
?frran? Xkitf IDisirionnoTi.
OIXJE MILLION DOLLARS !
By authority of aSP,aalActo?
GRAND GIFT C O N ? E RT
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871,
Under tUe Direction of tbe best Maalcal Talent that cafa be procured.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION S IO EACH, CURRENCY; HALF TICKETS SS
QUARTER TICKETS S2 50.
Each Ticket will have attached to lt four coup ni of the denomination of $2 60 each. The holder
of an entire ticket will be entitled "to admission to the Concert, and to the whole amount of the Gut
awarded to lt by lot. The holder cf , ach coupon win be entitled to ad mi sion to the Concert, and to
one-rourtn or the amount or sochatft aa may be awarded to the whole ticket to which lt belongs.
?JS .JTS?i?liT'1T J?llhls Qrand Concert, and ror the benefit"of the Public Library of Kentucky,
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT J10 EACH, COK KENT T.
THE CITIZENS' BANK OP KENTUCKY 18 TREASURER.
?"A?H?Se,B arlsln?rr?? the ^IP* Tickets win be deposited with the Citizens' Bank subject only
$550,000 IIV GREENBACKS
WUl be Distribute* by Lot to the Holders of Tioketa in the ioUowlng Gifts, viz:
ONE GRAND GITT OF . - - - . . m _ ?ino OOO
ONE GRA.\B OrJLPT OP - - - - . . ?OOOO
0?e Gift Of.;.?85,000 One Gift of.V...... V?.OOO.
Ohe o rt or...;.A. ao,ooo one Girt of...... 4S00
One Gift of..,. 19,000 one Gift or... . %JSQO
One Gift or. 18,000 one Gift of. "" Sloo?
One Gift of.;. 17,000 Ten Gilts of $1000 each....' io!?.oo
One Gift of.. 16,000 Fifteen Gifts or $900 each..,.. 13,500
One Girt of. 13,000 Eighteen Gifts of 8800 each.14,400
One Gift of. 14,000 Twenty Gif ts of $700 each..... 14.000
One Girt of. 13,000 Twenty-ave Giftsor $600each.?.15,000
One Gift or. 18,000 Thirty Gifts of $600 each.15,000
One Gift or....v. 11,000 Forty Gifts o? $400 each......10,000
One Girt of...;.10,000 Forty Uve Gift? of ISM each.,. 13.500
one Gift of. 0,000 F.rty Girts of $200 each...10,000
One Gift of. 8.000 440 Gilts of jioo each.44,600
one Gift of. 7,000 ' ?
One Girt of.". 6,000 721 Prizes In au.:.?550,000
After pay mg the expenses of the Enterprise, and nuking the Distribution of the Gifts, the balance of
the proceeds arising from the sale or Tickets will be appropriated to the establishment of a
FREE LIBRARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO BB CALLED THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Concert and Distribution will take place nnder the immediate supervision of the Trustees named,
in the Act of Incorporation, wno are as follows:
Thos. E. Bramlette. late Governor or Kentucky. H. M. McCarty, of the Dally Ledger.
Henry Watterson, Editor 1 burier-Journal. J. s Cain. Clerk Jefferson Court or common Pleas.
W. N. Haldeman, Presldont Conner-Journal Co. M. V}. Clusky, Author Political Text Boot.
Benjamin casse day, of Dally Commercial. H. T. Durrett, of the Louisville Bar.
- - . - George P. Doern, Proprietor Anzeiger.
The Trastees will be assisted by the following well known and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who
have consented to be present at the Concert and to superintend the Drawing and Distribution of Gifts:
Hon, J. F. Bullltt, late Chief Justice Kentucky.
Hon. E. J. fit es, Judge Jeff. Court Common Pleas.
Hon. T. B Cochrane, Chancellor Lou. Chan. Court,
Hon. H. W. Brace. Judge Jeff circuit Court.
- Hon. W. B Hoke, Judge Jeff. County Court.
Hon. J. G. Baxter, Mayor of Louisville.
Hou. T. L. Burnett. City Attorney.
Hem y Wolford, City Treasurer louisville.
Hon. B. J. Webb, senator of Kentucky.
Col. G. 0. Wharton, U. S. District Attorney.
Col. Phil. Lee. Pros. At t'y Ninth Judicial District.
Gen. J. T. Boyle. President N., H. and E. R.
Dr. T. S. Bell Prof Med. University. Louisville. -
Col. Jllson P. Johnson, Pr> prletor Galt House.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late Member congress.
A. O. Brana in. Piesldeut Louisville Board Trade.
Jas. Bridgeroi d, President second Mstlonal Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tooacco ?nd Colton Merchant.
OFFICERS OF. THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
R. T. DURRETT..1.President. I M. w. 0L?88Y...........Secretary.
W. N. HALDEMAN.vice-President. ] CITIZENS' BANK.Treasurer.
The Holders .of Tickets to which Gi. ts are awarded will be paid on presentation at the office In
A liberal discount will be allowed when 100,600 or 1000 Tickets are purchased In a lot. All orders
accompanied by remittances will be promptly attended to, and the Tickets returned by mail regis?
tered or expressed, as ordered. Tire undersigned, late prlnoipal business manager of the very sue- I
cessmi MercanrUo Library Girt Concert at San Francisco Calliornla, has been appointed agent and
manager or the Gift concer- in aid of the Public Library or Kentucky.
The drawing will take place In puollc, and everything will oe done to satisfy bnvers of Tickets toa';
their Interests will be as weU protected as ir theypersoually superintended the entire affair.
MANNER OF DRAWING. '
There will be two glass wheels. One wheel will contain 100.000 ntimbers, plainly printe" on leather
tags. The other wheel wttl contain 721 boxes each containing a Gift. One tag or number wiu be
drawn from the 100,000 wheel and the fl ret box drawn from the second or 7 a. box wheel will contain
a Gift, neatly printed and sealed up. and the Gift so drawn from the second wheel wUl be the Gift of
the tag first drawn, whether $100, $1000 or $100,000.
Gifts will be paid on presen atlon of Tickets drawing such Girts the second day after drawing.
Tickets or Coupons drawing Gifts can be collected through any business or banking house In Louis?
ville, or by any Express company.
All Tickets are like greenbacks. No record being kept of Purchasers' Names, Tickets are good
only to the Holder.
Persons desirous of acting ai Agents for the sale of Tickets in any city in the United States or
Canadas address ,4 f
CHAS. B. PETERS, Manager, Louisville, Ky.,
, OFFICE No. 120 MAIN STREET, JOHNSON'S BLOCK.
N. B.-Buyers, will note that there are only ONE HUNDRED f HOUSAND TICKETS instead of TWO
HUNDRED THOUSAND, as in the SAN FRANCISCO GIFT CONCERT, sad that there ls $50,000 more
distributed. s JunSO-lmo
References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON, General JOHN S. PRESTON, Hon. R F. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
Governor M. L. BONHAM. ANDREW SIMONOS. Esq.. General JOHNSON H At JOOL', Hon G. A.
T" ENHOLM, Hon. ARM1STEAD BORT, Governor J. L. MANNING, Hon. JAMES CHESN JT, Hon. J. B.
References in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT Af CO., Bankers* Hon. CHARLES O'CONOR. Coonsellor-at-Law; Hon. JOHN
E. WARD, Oouusellor-at-Law; Hon. HOGER A. PRYOR. Counsellor at-Law; Coionel KIOMA"D LATH?
ERS, T. A. HOYT, Esq.. President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON A CO., Factors ; ANDERSON,
STARR A CO., Merchants; PETTOS A CO., Merchants; F. ZOGBAUM A FAIRCHILD, Merchants.
$500.000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
8ERIE8 OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, UNDER THE AUSPICES
ortho "South Carolina state Agnen taral and Mechanical Society," will give a series of concer ts
at the Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for the purpose
or raising a lund to enable Emigra a ts to settle upon lauds selected by the Association tor Homes
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State or south Carolina, and ror their
transportation thither and support for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MORE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL THE 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 GIFTS!
1st Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIO, Charleston, S. c., cost to build $280,000, having an animal
rental of about $20,000, from Opera House, stores and Halls; the building being
about 280 feet by so feet, and situated corner or King and Market streets, in the
centre of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at.$850,000
Sd Gift-Cash... .85,000
4th Gift-Cash*.. 10,000
6th Girt-Cash. 5,000
26 Gifts-Cash-each $1000. ae,ooo
26Gifts-Cash-each $500...?.. .... 18,500
360 Gifts-Cash-each $100..?., zs.ooo
250 Gifts-Cash-each $60. 18,500
600 Gifts-Cash-each $26.... ia.500
1260 Gifts-Cash-each $10.v. 18,500
2404 Gifts, amounts to.....$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, )
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., \
General M. W. GARY, )
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS WANTED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing:
General A. B, WRIGHT, of Georgia.
GeneraPBRADliEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol New York.
JL FAIR AJXTJ COMMJEIrVJJAJ^I^E" SCHEME !
CHARLESTON. S. (X, May-, 18TL
We take pleasure in certifying that jre are acquaint?!1 with ^%^^??JSPf,RA,^d?
r>PTATVSVTrtr ??<?, and Genera.1 M W GARY of the Arm of BUTLriR, OHAJJWWnjk UAKI ? "u., ana
?no^??o^? ?he t*rm^^^sSS^SS^
to nomes m South Carolina of great importance to the state as well as to the Immigran-B,^ we
have every con?dence that tneir enterprise will be carried out with laira eas and honesty to all par
ties concerned. * w Rivm>
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, Sir^T-PH
?H. RUTLEDGE, . mfS^^nuakt
JAMES CONN E Ks ??-^v'o?r,a2 '
JAMES B, PRINGLE, . _HENRY BUIST,
<MUMa.rivu.uu?, WILMOT. G. DlSAUSSURS.
Tickets can he procured of E. SEEKING * CO., and j, L. MOSES, General Agents, so. M Broad
Ruction falt^'fttttnt gtoge.
By LAUBE** ALEXANDER. ;;g ,
UNDBHW BIT EB S SALE^-iTHE
STE A MK R O ENBRA. It M ANIO AULT, AO., SS
sos sow lies sear Long Island Be adi. .<
On TUESDAY, the I8UL Instant, w?l be sold at
ll o'clock, at the Old Postoffice, on account -of
the Underwriters and ali concerned. '
The HULL and MACHINERY of the Steamer
GENERAL MANIGAUuT, as she now Ilea near
Long Island Beach.".- -. . w' .
. A*P, imfnniATBxr APTER,
The CAROO, consisting ol: .
lo bales COTTON, 6 obis. Spirits Tarpentine, 90
bbls. Rosin, 3 bags Rice, 1 package Merchandise
and 2000 bushels corn. -, $:&.'.
Condltlona cash. a. . ., JgWjj
Bj WARDLAW & CAREW.
HOUSE AND LOT AND FARM.
Will be Bold at ll o'clock, on THURSDAY
next. 20th Instant, at, the old Po.i tom ce.
The HOUSE AND L'JT, NO. 0 sonth side ol Am?
herst street. The House contains four square
rooms, two attics, and dressing room and pantry,
with piazza on the west. The kitchen contains
four rooms. The Lot ls high and dry ; measures
46 feet 8 inches on the front ana uofeetfedeotn.
There are attached a flower and vegetable garden.
ALSO, . ^ . - - .
A 8mall FARM OR LOT OF LAND,' on weat side
of Meeting street road, nearly opppalte Magaatne
Avenue, containing about an acre of ground:
mea- ures 128 rtet on Meeting street, by 840 leet in
depth on north line,' and 364 feet on conto Hue.
Bounded on east by Meeting street, an i west by
Sont ti Carolina Railroad '
Terms-For. House and Lot-$1000 cart;.thflbal?
ance on credit of twelve months, wlth boud se?
cured by mortgage, with Interest from date;
premises Insured and policy a-signed. The farm
wi.lbe ?old for cash. Purchaser^ tow W. A C
for papers and stampft! . " Jn jl6^aniwth4
' By ROBERT S. PRINGLE,
Auatkme*jr. . .
JACKSON, ADMINLSTBAT?B Y S.
CAMPBELL, et SL
Ry virtue of an order or sale in the above stated
canse, to me alredted by tue Hen. Robert* F. Gra?
ham, Judge of the First Circuit, i will offer for sate
at paoli - auction, on TUESDAY, tue 18th day of
July, 1871, at the' Old Foatofflce, at U o'clock
The'fonowlng pisces Of REAL ESTATE:"- - -
1. All that LOT CF LAND, wUh the Bu ldlngi
thereon, Bltuate in Ward.No.8,to tbe.CtopY
Charleston, known on a plat executed^ by Ro?ext
K. Payne, Surveyor or landa" of E.H. Deas and
wire, by the No. -4. Measuring. in^n^niAJUay,
street thirty-seven (37) fert, and tn depth nlnety
nlne (00) feet three (8) Inches. Boondin g north on
Let No. 6, in said plat, eaat on Ashley street, euott -
by Lota 1, a and 8, in said plat, and west by Lands
of Thomas Waring. . .. Ww .
2. All that ?OT OF LAND In ta*. Yinaga cf
Stellavale, near the Village of summerville, con- .
talnlug m front or on tne. road lihe flrwww)- .
feet, by one hundred and eighty-six QMr /ejjfr.
deep, and on the back or eaaUtae nrsy-three (63)
reet. Bounded north by lands or Joseptt Waft
east by lands or Nettles, south by lands or. Mehc
las Jockisle. . .-. i^
3. AU tnat LOT OF LAND, situate in SWUsville,
containing In front or road line ninety-nine-(99)
feet, on back or east tine one hundred and seven- -
t#(170) feet ten (10) Inches, by one hundred and
dghty-ilx (186) fee* deep. Bounded"BO.th bj lot -
of Jefferson. east and south by land or Nettles, and
westby the road. .... *
Terms-tme-thlrd cash: balance lu ons ana-two
years, secured by bond of tho purchaser, ?Ubin
terest from dav of sale, payable semiannually,
and mortgage of the premise?; bnlidinjmt*ne-ln
sured and kept insured. ^"???n? ;K?iot
papers an? stamp?. WM. J. G WV
Jniyl6-. .;; ? ; . Rentr?e?
STEFFENS, WIRNEB & DUCKER,
Attenant*", , . ^
XJTTLLL SELL ON foONDAY,- J?LtjT
W at n o'clock, at northeastern cor nar-of
Lynch and Wentworth streets^: <- v? :\
i he entire CONTENTS OF STORE, cons lsttag^T;
a well selected atock of GROOBRlaWr WliWI,.
Liquors, AO. ?. "?A < r ??'?n
The above wi? be otferedin bi* ?'"^
unsold will be sold by retalL.
Terms cash. ' :
pOGABTte BOOS DEPOSITORY.
NEW OATAIi?XJUE-^50, ?C' *
RAWLINSON'S MANUAL. OF ANCIENT HISTOv
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Western Empire, $2. ?.~,
Le nor m an t'a Manual or the Ancient Bisten of
the East, to the commencement of tho. Median .
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Thoughts for the Young- Men ot America, Iry L. .
. W. Reaves, ol St. Lotus, Ma, $1 60. - -
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Essays of an Optimist, by John Wnr Kaye, F. R.
lt ht Md Electricity, by JohnjpfltS?fif?Y. .
Constitutional Monarchy in France; ty Ernest
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We have recently ma-e large Editions to our .
Btock of BIBLE-.. The prices are greatly^uced.
We are now offering an unusAli Uyge variety or
Emtushand Aron rican FamliFBiblea, Pock?t K
W?B. and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at extremely
10a^rlperaons residing in the country will please
c4rto n?nd ?ending their ordexa^waa
foTany books pnbllsied In' Amerh^tbey ww be
charged only the price of the book, we pay rer
the postage or express.
^FtTOAMDTE'S BOOK DEP08TTOBY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Band.) Charleston, s. c..
aprS-thstn '_ - - ,
Jancp ?oooB, &%.
LY waterpr -of. Pro
wcts dothii- g ; retama
Linen Diapers; avoids
pu?; permita circula?
it, m of Hr. Recom?
mended bj phyaksann
ard all m thers whose
chi dren nave worn
them. Mada In four
sizes : 1 smallest; 4
larg-esL Price $l.
Mailed free. Addreaa
w F. YON SANTE?!, Sa
229 Klug street, oharieston. C-pM^lo?H
kmds of RUBBER GOODS, such as BabOor Sheetj
in? white and black, Air PUlowa, Air and w*?
? HS cSns- Bandage 2???^S? -
Clothing. Piano Covers, D -orM ^^JJS^P*
LmpoTtef of Fancy Gooda, Toys and Fireworks?
XTASEELL'S ELECTRIC OIL.
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gjj^r80* .181 Meeting streew