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r CITY AFFAIRS.
Meeting? Tlrdt Day.
Phoenix Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Sonta Carolina Friendly Society, at half-past 8
Washington Bille crab, at s p. M.
^ Auction Sales This Day. <
Laurey & Alexander will ?ell at ll o'clock, at
the old PoBtofflce, hull and machinery ol steamer
P. B. Lalane A Co! wili sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
at their store, bacon, tobacco, Ac.
Lanrey A Alexander will Bell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, beef, bacon, Ac.
John 0. Mllnor A Co. will sell at half past 10
o'clock, at their store, ladles hats, dry goods, AC
Macqueen A Blecke will sell at 9 .o'clock, at
their stores, Irish potatoes. . .
Steffens, Werner A Ducker will sell at 9 o'clock,
at their stores, butter, cheese, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will Bell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, butter, flour, Ac.
Tledeman, Calder A Co. will sell at a quarter to
10 o'clock, at their Blore, hams, sugar, Ac '
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pub?
lication m THE NEWS, must, in all cases, be p*Id
for in advance. _
PERSONAL.-The friends of Captain F. W.
Dawson will be gratified to learn of his safe re?
turn from a visit to his relatives in England. He
reached New York last evening in the steamship
ifaho, of the wunama A Guion Une", and will
probably bein Charleston by the close of the pres?
NEW CAROLINA RICE.-A handsome speci?
men of the new crop of Carolina rice was on-ex?
hibition yesterday at the office of Messrs. Percher
A Henry, Atlantic wharf. This sample ls said to
exhibit a more advanced state of the crop than
ever before known, and was from the plantation
of Jho. W. Lewl>, Esq., Ashep??.
a^ WIFE BEATING.-Isidore Burns, colored, was
"brought before Trial Justice Magrath yesterday
morning, charged with 'beatin g his wife in a bru?
tal manner. The evidence showed that Burns
had taken hold of her on Saturday night, and
pommelled her severely with his fist. After this
he got ho'.d of an old shce which he used upon
uer for Borne time with tremendous effect. He
was found guilty and sentenced to pay a flus of
$5 and costs, or go to jail for ten days.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.-We understand
that this church will be closed for tome weeks for
-necessary repairs, and thct the contract to "re?
paint and otherwise refit-the Interior-has been
awarded to Messrs. Donglaa A Miller, whose rep?
utation in their Une pf bs?lness ls a sufficient
guarantee that the work will be well executed.
This church la enjoying a good degree of prosper?
ity, and we learn that the present pastor, the
Rev. L. H. Shuck, ls much encouraged by increas?
ing congregations and frequent accessions f? the
membership. ' _ _ . -.
THE UNITED STATES COUBT.-The District
Gonn was opened at io o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, Hon. Geo. S, Bryan presiding.
The special Jory,.aa organised on the 11th le?
stant, all answered to their harnee, and, the case
or the united states vs. B?DJ. J. Whaler, for gov?
ernment oupplfea furnished by the bureau
through General R. K.. Scott, was taken up. The
ease ls a leading one in the matter of provisions
furnished to the planters in 1868, and after elabo?
rate arguments by Messrs. Julian Mitchell and
Samuel D. Lord for the defence, the Jury found
for the defendant.
The district attorney entered a motion fora
new trial. m .
Adjourned until this morning at lo o'clock.
?a THE STATE OP THE CITY.-The city regis?
trar, Dr. B. Lebby, was out yesterday upon a tour
of Inspection in the npper part dr the etty to see
If the streets were In a proper condition to sus?
tain the present health or tte city in the coming
Beacon. In ene or t-wo places, like Pitt street and on
the plank road ia King street, there were vicious,
looting mud holes and puddles, which cannot
now be. remedied, owing to the want or proper'
drainage, but, on tko whole, the reg ist rar says the
city Is in as good order as lt bas ever been at'thia
season of i he year. This la? certainly good news
for the residents, and with the pr es .-nt sanitary
movements on foot, we may reasonably expect
to be free from malarious fevers during .he rest
or the summer. ^ ? ?
TAMING A SHREW.-L. Hail and. Sarah Mc?
Gill, both colored, became very disorderly on.
Saturday trends cn the street, an d being ordered
to keep quiet by a neighboring policeman, in?
dulged in the most extensive abase or that Inot
feriMVe individual and of several' citizens who
sustained him. The two were orr ef ted, and .after
a sojourn mi the Guardhouse were brought before
the Mayor, who sentenced them each to pay a
line of $5 or spend five days in the House or Cor?
rection. The termagant Sarah was so enraged at
this termination of their spree, that she flew at a
policeman who had her In charge, and was only
pu lied'off alter having inflicted serious damage
to his uniform coat ebb- was taken back, and
her sentence immediately changed by the. Mayor
to thirty, instead of fire days In the House or Cor?
rection. ' ^ :
CLUBS AND STARS.-Nassau Grant, lodged
for vagrancy, and on suspicion or stealing, had a
preliminary hearing, and was remanded ror
James Yates "and Joe Mitchell, arrested for
creating a disturbance in the Market,-near East
Bay, between 10 and ll o'clock, on Saturday
night, were discharged.
Prank Smith, a white man, who was unable to
take care of hlmseir on the street, was arrested
ror being drunk, and seht to the Jail for-'thirty
Francis Marlon,-colored, lodged for being dis?
orderly and usine abusive language to the police,
_a|ad the hearing or his case deferred nntll this
Abraham Small, colored, and John Murray,
white, lodged frr ueiBg engaged in the riot Sun?
day evening in A mei ka. street, near Mary, "were
sentenced each to pay afine-of $io, or spend
twenty days In the. House of Correction. .
.? ? '
A CURE FOR QUACEBBY.-About six weeks ago
an ujnerant vendor or speed y cores ror certain ms
which flesh la heir to, and devoting special atten?
tion to the extirpation or corns and bunions from
the pedal extremities, arrived In the city, and
with an ambition worthy o?. the ?'King of 'Pain,"
made bis headquarters at the Eagle's Nest. Hav?
ing persuaded a citizen o?Jus skill, the cunning
doctor, Ged. S. Randal by name, went to work
upon his feet, and by numbing the member with
some strong anodyne, local application, claimed to
have extract ed a most troublesome bunion without
pain. He received hts ree, and went his way re?
joicing. A short time siter the patient's fpot be?
gan to swell, .and such .was the. pain and Inflamma?
tion that he was compelled to take to his bed
and remain there ror several days, fren getting
np, the first use he made of his pammi root was
to go down and make a complaint before atrial
Justice, and yesterday Randal was arrested .and
brought before Trial Justice Jno. G. Mackey,
charged with swindling, and obtaining money
under false pretences. Being unable to give ball,
he waa committed for his examination, which
takes place this morning.
Hotel Arrivals-Jul y 13.
MILLS BOUSE. *
Jas. F. Small, New York; F. H. Elmore, South
Carolina; L. Taylor, Master Taylor, Philadelphia;
H. Calender, N. Y.
A P. A grell, Ga ; T. D. Gillespie, H. J. O'Neill,
cit/; B.D.Townsend, S C.; H. M. Drano, N.c.;
C. Phillips, -savannah, Ga. ; G. N. Welse and lady,
. PAYILUON HOTEL.
M..? Antily. Orangebarg-, 0. F- Hingen, Lan?
caster County ; E. H. Bronson, Barnwell, S. 0. ; A.
Wlckmann, Walterboro, 8, C.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
A well attended meeting of the citizens ol
this ward was held, last evening at Arnold's Hall,
tba president, Jae. E. Carson. In the chair'.
An election by ballot' having been held, Mr.
Tbos. E. Hogan was nominated as a candidate for
the office of school commissioner from this ward.
On motion, the president and one other citizen
of the ward, to be appointed by him at his leisure,
were constituted a committee of two to represent
the ward in the central committee.
The executive committee, consisting of the
president and Messrs. E. Gardner, ,W. Semken,
Wm. Black and P. streck russ, were authorized to
appoint as many assistants as they deemed flt, to
assist them In canvassing the ward and taking a
census of aU the residents thereof.
There being no other busiress .before the meet?
ing, it adjourned, subject to the call of the presi?
* There was a meeting in this ward last even?
ing, President W. L. Daggett m the chair.
N. Russel Middleton,' Esq., was nominated for
'schoolcommissioner,, and unanimously elected.'
We are much gratified to state that bo has con?
sented to serve.
The. president was empowered to appoint a
working comn ittee of twenty-fWe active men, to
attend at the polia and look after the interests of
the party in the forthcoming election.
The president was also, authorized to appoint a
citizen or the ward, to constitute, with himself,
representatives to the executive committee. .
THE RADICAL MEETINGS.-The Radical voters
of the.various wards assembled last evening at
their respective halls for the purpose of electing
nine delegates from each ward to the nominat?
ing convention, tone held on Thursday evening
in Ward, l the following delegates were elected:
T. J. Mackey, white; W. N. Tart, white; J. J.
Young, Bristowe. McPherson,.H. L. Bentford.'J.
A. Williams; James Hogan, white; Daniel Purst,
Lewis Hin. Alternates-John Reed, F.-Johnson*
Tobias Scott, A Downs and M. Shanahan.
In Ward 2 the following were chosen: George
S. Holmes, E. W. M. Mackey, white; O. R. Levy,
white; H. C. Baker, Primus Green, Jr;; F. M.
Johnstone, white; Edwd. Blnckney, -P. O'. Miner,
In Ward 4 the proceedings were by no means
harmonious, and a whispering during, the day*
that there was going to.be 'run In Ward 4 that
night, as Bb wen was going to be there, collected
a crowd or discordant' spirits,, who' determined
that celebrated bigamist should not have things
bis own way. The meeting was called to order
by President Aleck Williams, colored, and the'
long narrow hall waa soon crowded to invocation
by the excited voters-? blank mass, relieved,
here and there by a light-colored scalawag or car?
pet-bagger. The meeting was disorderly'enough,
and ot-ly one delegate had been elected when the
smouldering embers burst'into mu blaze by some ?
one mov*-i'g that "Mr. Bowen," who had Just en?
tered, te heard riront. A hundred voices, voclfe
raUDg'curses and cries of "no," resounded, and
In a moment a struggling mass was swaying over
the floor, in the confusion dire two men, said to
be drunk, had hit somebody, or. each other, and
nothing like order could be had until they-were
The Babel or voices continued, and at last the
chairman, hoarse with shouting from his s'and
on the table, and gesticulating like a madman,
announced that Mr. Bowen* would decline to run
for tho con vent ion, In a short speech.- The would
be Congressman Jumped on the table and com?
menced to talk. The meeting would not bear
him, however, and a dozen speakers, as lond as
he, were talking at the same time. Bowen con?
cluded his unsatisfactory address, and Jumped
from the table.
The president immediately supplanted him, and,
with a rap or his stick, shouted that T. W. Brown
was the next candidate to be voted ror. Brown
jumped up oh the table wita him. "This," saul
the president, tapping the aspirant fir political
honors; upon the woolly pate with his stick, "is
Mr. Brown. Gentlemen, prepare your ballots. "
The confusion meanwhile was terrific Since
Bowen's Gpocoti ovor* Uojy wa?-talking-, oo.l thc
sonorous voice ot the president could scarcely be
heard above the din. AB be con cloded, a bencb
In the centre or the dense crowd, upon which a'
large number or enthusiastic voters were stand?
ing, broke down. In the ill-lighted place, no one.
could see plainly, and a cry arose that some .one.
was shot. In a moment the dense black mass,
was bitting and struggling, and sticks and fists
began to play an important part. A tremendous
rush was made for .the door, and down the nar.,
row steps surged the dusky crowd, making a noise
as If a herd or buffaloes had stampeded. Owing
to the prudent foresight or Captain Hendricks, a
Btrong force or police waa on hand,and as the dis?
turbance arose they went In and. did their duty.
Several parties were arrested, and one who was
locked op in the Guardhouse alleges that he laa
victim to the wiles or the Bowen crowd. The.
more respectable 'votera now l?rt the .meeting in
disgust," andi with the aid or the "polic? 'ord?r^was
enforced for the rest of/the evening. It was too
late for business, however, and the greater part
or the meeting refuse to be bound by stich bed?
THE RELIABLE GENTLEMAN MAT LABOE
AoAiN,"-The Columbia Union,'that.very' relia?
ble rf) paper, has the'following lu reference to the
doings or the ku-Klux committee In this State:
Prom a' gentleman or Spartanburg we learn
something or the work, wnlch has been labo?
rious, ol the sub-committee on Southern out?
rages at that' place. Evidence in abott three hun?
dred cases or outrages has been taken, consisting '
ol aU grades of horror and cruelty.' Many cases
have been before the committee where backs that
had been larcerated and other bodily injuries re?
ceived from the hands of the Kn-Kiux have
spoken lou 1er than words Ot the sufferings of
the loyal people of that portion of the country.
Scores of witnesses, and persons who had re?
ceived lnjnry in one way or another, have been
turned away, as the mass of evidence adduced is
nndenlab e and horrible, and tells the tale known
before to many, but through fear remaining un?
told. In view-of threats, which have been freely
made, to commence 'again the Eu-Elux work
when the c mm ittee adjourns, the chairman of
the committee, Senator Scott, has plainly indica?
ted thc consequences of any such course, as the
county wm surely be placed finder mar-tlt.l law;
in fact, euougtl ls., now known to warrant auch a
course, bot it may be charitable to give the coun?
ty one more ti lat.
THE CROPS AND WEATHER IX BARNWELL
COCNTY.-From ail parts of the county we con?
tinue, to receive t?? most cheering ac counts of
the growing crops, says the Barnwell Sentinel.
.The cotton generally looks weU. The corn crop
was never better, and the" general Impression ii
thar breads'airs will be cheaper an 1 more p lent i
fui than has been known ror years pasw. We have
within the past lew days been favored with re?
freshing showers or rain, which have tended
greatly to cool the atmosphere and assist the
growing crops. . The health or the county is un?
surpassed, there being bot Uttle or no sickness.
. WHO SHALL DECUDE ?-The Barnwell Senti?
nel claims the belt Yor that county, lt says: "We
have on exhibition at our office an open cotton
boll, of tnowy whiteness, grown by Mr. Seth Mix
son, at his place, near Barnwell village, and we
are credibly lnrormed: that he haa others of the
same sort. This cotton bloom In our possession
opened about a week since, and we. believe ls
'ahead ol the ono from, Marion County. How ls
yoar crop, Mr. Gliit" .
. MiLrfiA PICNIC-The Lincoln Light Infan?
try, colored, gave a picnic yesterday at Mount
Pleasant, which was attended by the Grant Na?
tional Guards, the Lincoln Republican. Guards,
and a delegation from the Attucks Light Infan?
try. The heat of the weather did not materially
Interfere with the pleasures of the day, and tile
companies returned "in good order to the city late
In the evening.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
CEBTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chadwick,
Gary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent'for this
splendid and attractive scheme la new prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him af the office or Mr. 0. Cl ac ms, corner
East Bay and Central wharf. . may 29
BELL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
46, $6 SO and $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office,
JR xr a x ir is a a _& ttp i o aa.
UNDERWRITERS' SALE.-We direct attention
to the Bale of the wrecked steamer General Mani
gault and cargo, by Messrs. Lanrey A Alexander,
at ll o'clock, this (Tuesday) morning, at the old
To BnsncEss MEN_Five hundred flue Buff
Envelopes for $1 25.
Jun20-tu HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
I DESIRE to inform the people ol Charleston
and the country that they can buy a better and
cheaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now la the time, and No. 81 Queen
street.iB 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 Maohlne.
jnnio , J. L. LUNSFORD.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ia now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
mistness cards printed thereon, au$4'per thous?
and, send your orders. Every merchant and
"rosiness man should have his card printed on
Dr tl <8>00?J0,
rJHE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES FOB JUNE
GOODS FOR TRAVELLERS AND STAYERS AT
FUrtOHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
N ot. ail and 4137 Kins Street
Keeping their Stock new and fresh, at all sea?
sons, are getting In dally by steamers,
NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for snits
Plaid and Chene Japanese Poplins
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for bot weather
More or their best quality Iron Grenadines
;Whtte and Colored Piques
Beautiful New Prints, all the recent patterns, in
endless variety; Percales,'also
Black Tamise for Summer and Mourning Dresse
Black Cha?nes, very beat-quality
Black 8-4 and 6-4 Mousellnes
Black English Crapes and Crape Vella.
Crape Se tr, and Collara
Embroideries (? lovely lot)
Linen and Lace Seta
Lace-Trimmed Collars ."
Linen Collars and Culls, Ac
ALSO, A FOIL LINS OF
OASSIMERES, LINENS AND COTTONADES
. TABLE DAMASK "? <
. NOTIONS, AC
LLAMA LACE POINTS .
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed bnt what ia
good or Ita kind.
FUBOHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
Jnn22 Nea. 244 c. :d 437 King Street.
00013, Slices, &c.
? THE BES Tl
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T E' I B E R 'S
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them?o order, in any style desired,
using only .the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand.-a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe Wines and-elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at thia establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
JACOB STE IBER,
may 22 No. 41 Broad street.
Newspapers, itiaaa*mes, #c.
?B AL CAROLINIAN
FOR JULY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cents.
Per annum.$2 o:
For sale by
WALKER,' EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 8 Broad street,
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.J
OS E'S HOTEL,
; (FORMERLY HUNT'S HOTEL,)
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
This House ls in the centre of the city, convenient
to all the public offices and business honses, locat?
ed on the southwest corner of the Statehouse
Square; has been recently reopened and renovat?
ed, and will now. compare favorably with any
Hotel at the South,
ROSE'S Omnibus will convey passengers to and
from every train free of charge.
Also, a first-class Carriage for the accommoda?
tion of ladies.
Jnnl2 . W. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
?j^JONEY CANNOT BUY IT! !
FOR SIGHT IS P?TCELESSII
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now offered,
to the^ubllc, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opttciana of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
or their hardness and brilliancy. .
The scientific principle on which they are con
atrncted brings the core or centre of the lena di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear ard
distinct vision, as m the naturaVhealthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such*as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac
peculiar to au others in use.
They are mounted In the finest manner, in
frames of the beat quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Their finish and durability can
not be surpassed. ?
.J?J DEON?"~NONE ?ennlne unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
_ , JAMES AI LLAN,
c: " ??,aler * Watches. Jewelry,
Sterling SUverwareand optical Good8,
No' 307 KlDS street.
0Ct31-3tuthlyr Charleston, S. 0.
?rand Pri? distribution.
By authority or a Special Act of the. Legislature of Kentucky, of -March 1?, 1871, tire Trastees of the
Public Library of Kentucky will give a
GRAN D C I FT CO N CE R T
AT X^T7ISVlXJL.ii KT.,
0 N T tl E S D A Y, OC TG BEB 31, 1871,
Under the Direction of the best Musical Talent that can be procured.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION $|Q EACH, CURRENCY; HALF TICKETS $5;
QUARTER TICKETS S2 50.
Each Ticket will have attached to lt four CG up: ns of the denomination of $2 so each, the helder
of an entire ticket wlITbe entitled to admission to the Concert, and to the whole amount of the Gift
awarded to lt by lot. The holder of >ach cpupon wuT.be entitled to ad ral-sion to the Concert, ana to
one-fourth of-the amount or such Gift as may be awarded to the whole ticket to which lt belongs.
To provide funds for mis Grar/a Concert, and for tho benefit of the Public Library ol Kentucky,
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT $10 EACH, CURRENCY.. ,
THE CITIZENS' BANK .OP KENTUCKY IS TBJELaSUBBBV.
- All Moneys arising from, the sale or Tickets will be deposited with the citizens' Banfc?nbj?ct only
to the order of the President and Treasurer or the Library, countersigned by the Business Manager,
immediately after the Concert, the sum of
$ SS O ,0 O O IIS GREENBACKS
Win be Distributed by Lot to the Holders of Tickets in the following Gifts, viz:
ONE . (.Iv.VM) GIFT 03P . . - - - -? - 9100,000
ONE GKAJrVD GIFT OF - . - - .--.-.'.-. ? - 50,000
One Gift of..'.135,000 oho Gift Of.........*../...........9 5.000
One Gift or. 20,000 One Gift or... 4,000
One Gift of. 19,000 One Gift or.3,000
Ona Glfv of. 18,000 one Gift of.W..'. .-i, ?,000
One Girt or........ ir,ooo Ten Gifts of $1000 each. 10,000
one Gift or.'........... 16,000 Fifteen Gifts or $909 each.13,500
One'Gift or..:.... 15,000 Eighteen Gifts or $800 each.14,400
One Girt or. 14,000 Twenty Gifts or $700 each.,.14,000
One Gift or. 13,000 Twenty-five G lits of $600 each.15,000
One Girt of........ 18,000 Thirty Gifts or $500 each.....-15,000
One Gift of...-.:..'..11,000 Forty Gifts or $400 each.16,000
one Girt.or.: 10,000 Forty-five Gifts of $300 each. 13.500
One Girt of. . 0,000 Fifty Girts or $200 each..:.10,000
One Girt or. 8.000 446 Gifts or $100 each.44,600
une Gift or.7,000 _
One Gilt or.:.; . 6,000 721 Prizes In all.?550,000
After paying the exp en see or the Enterprise, and. nuking the Distribution or the Girts, the balance or
the proceeds arising from the sale or Tickets will be appropriated to the establishment or a
FREE LIBRARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO BE CALLED TBE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
' The Concert and Distribution will take place under the Immediate 'supervision' or the Trastees named '
m the Act of Incorporation, who are as follows:
ThoB. E. Bramlette. late Governor of Kentucky.. H. M. McCarty, of the Dally Ledger.
Henry Watterson, Editor Courier-Journal. J.s. Cain, Clerk Jefferson Court or Common Pleas.
W. N. Haldemaa, President Courier-Journal Co. M. W.dusky, Author Political Text BOOK.
Benjamin casse day, of Dally Commercial. K. T. Durren, of the Louisville Bar. '
George P. Doern, Proprietor Anzeiger. m
The Trastees will be assisted by the roll owing well known and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who
have consented to be present at the Concert and to superintend the Drawing and Distribution of Gif ta:
Hon. J. F. Builltt. late Chief Justice Kentuoky.
Hon. E. J. sites. Judge Jeff. Court Common Pleas,
lion. T. B. Cochrane, Chancellor Loo. chan. Court,
lion. 11. w.'Bruce. Jndge Jeff. Circuit Court. >
Hon. W. B. Hoke. Judge Jeff. Conney Court.
Hon. J. G. Baxter, Mayor of Louisvule.
Hon. T. L. Burnett, city Attorney.
Hem y Wolford, City Treasurer louisville.
Hon. B. J. Webb, senator of Kentucky.
Col. 0.0. Wharton, U. S. District Attorney.
Col. PhlL Lee, Pros. Atty Nlntn Judicial District.
Gen. J. T. Boyle,-President N., H. and E. B?>
Dr. T. S. BelL Prof Med. University. Louisville.
Col. Jllson P. Johnson, Proprietor Galt House.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late Member Congress.
A. O. Bra nu In, President Louisville Board Trade.
Jas. Brldgafoid, Presl&ent second National Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
OFFICERS OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
E. T. DURRETT..President
W. N. HALDEHAN....Vice- Presiden t.
The Holden of Tickets to which Girts are awarded will be 'paid on presentation at the office In
Louisville. ' . .: ?? . . ? .;
A-liberal discount will he allowed when 100,600 or IOOO Tiokets are purchased m a lot. All orders
accompanied by remittances wm be promptly arcaded to. and the Tickets returned by mall regis?
tered or expressed, as ordered. The undersigned, late principal business manager of the very suc?
cessful Mercantile Library Gift Concert at San Francisco California, has been appointed agent and
manager or the Gift Concern In aid or the Public Library or Kentucky.
The drawing will take place in public, and everything win b? done to aatlsfy buyers or Tickets that
their Interests will be as well protected as IT 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 leatner
j lags. The other wheel will contain 721 boxes, each containing a Girt. One tag or number will be
drawn from the 100,000 wheel, and the first box drawn from the second or 7ilbox wheel will contain
a 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 be paid on presen-atlon or Tickets drawing such Girts the second day after drawing.
Tickets or Coupons drawing Girts can be collected through any business or banking house Lu Loafs
ville, or by any Express company. . . '
AU Tickets are like greenbacks. No rscord being kept or-Purchasers' Names, Tickets are good
I only to the Holder. - * ? . .
Persons desirons or acting as Agents ror the sale or Tickets in any city in the United States or
Canadas address .
% CHAS. R. PETERS, Manager, Louisville, Ky., *
OFFICE No. 120 MAIN STREET, JOHNSON'S BLOCK.
N. B.-Buyers will note that there ?re only ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS Instead or TWO
HUNDRED* THOUSAND, as in the SAN FRANCISCO GIFT CONCERT, and that there ls $60,000 more
distributed. .... Jun80-lmo
". TO BE
References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON, General JOHN 8. PRESTON, Hon. B. P. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
Governor M. L. BONHAM ANDREW SIMONOS. Esq., General JOHNSON UAGOOD, Hon G. A.
T i-i EN H OLM, Hon. ARM1STEAD BURT, Governor J. L. MANNING, Hon. JAMES OHESNCT, Hon. J. B.
CAMPBELL. ? . .?? ' ?
References in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT ASCO., Bankers: Hon. CHARLES O'CONOR. CounseUor-at-Law; Hon. JOHN
E. WARD, Counsellor-at-Law; Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR. Couosellor-at-Law; Colonel RICHAKD LATH?
ERS, T. A. HOYT. Esq., President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON A CO., Faotors; ANDERSON,
STARR A CO., Merchants; PETTfJS A CO.; Merchant:;; F. ZOGBAUM A FAIRCHILD, Merchants.
$500,000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
8ERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.*
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, UNDER THE AUSPICES
ortho "South Carolina state Agricultural and Mechanical Society," will give a-serles or 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 toe Association ror Homes
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State of sooth Carolina, and for their
transportation thither .and support for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MOKE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL THE PREMIUMS, INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO ACADEMY
OP MUSIC, will be deposited with the. National Bank or the Republic, New York.
#500,000 XIV GIFTS !.
ist Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charleston, S. ?., cost to,buiid $230,000, having an annual
rental or about $20,000, from Opera House, Stores and Halls; the building being
about 280 feet by 60 feet, aud situated corner of King and Market Btreets, in the .
centre-of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at.1350,000
3d Gift-Cash...... atf.ooo
4th Gift-Cash..".... 10,000
6th Girt-Cash...v AGO?.
26 Gifts-Cash-each $1000. ?5,000
26 Gifts-Cash-each $500.,.i.. 12,500
350 Gifts-Cash-each $100.*..:.?. 35,000
250 Gifts-Cash-each $60........ 1?,500
500 Gifts-Cash-each $26. 12,500
1250 Gifts-Cash-each $10. ia,5oo
2404 Gifts, amounts to.......?.. . ?.$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GABY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, }
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., Y
General M. W. GARY, )
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS WAN TED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawiifgt
General A. R. WEIGHT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol New York.
A FAIR ANI> COMMENDABLE SCBTf?ME I
CHARLESTON,, s.-C.; May-, 1871.
We take pleasure in.certlfylne that we are acquainted with General M< 0> BUTLER, JOH?
CHADWICK, Esq., and General M. W. GARY, or the firm or BUTLER OH/^^ioK GARY A CO., and
know them to be gentlemen ot Integrity, and we regard the object they *jave or assisting Immigrant!
to homes in South Carolina ofgreat importance to the State as well rj to the immigrants, and w <
have every confidence that their enterprise will be carried out with fairness and honesty to all par
ties concerned. " . ? ? . _
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, LW.HAYNE.
B. H. RUTLEDGE, . .A. fl. MAG KATH,
JAMES CONNER. * T flos. Y. SIMONS,
JAMES R. PRINGLE,_ " . . HENRY BUIST,
WILMOT G. DKSAUS 7RE.
Tickets can be procured of E. SEBRIXG A CO., and J. xi. MOSES, G?nerai Agents, No. 34 Broa
? J i preparation ol B:ot8 ^'H^.wimnted
to"bestrlctiy vegetable, ajidW???do no injury to
antone, . }
It has been used by-jinudreda, and known for
th* laat?lu^-?r?vearB as on? or the most rell?
Ke, efficacious and: jarmlesa preparation:)'-ever
offered to tue suffering! ir taken regularly and
persistently,'^ is sure to 'cute:; ' -, ... >??
SyBpepsU, headache, jaundice,- costiveness,
Bick headache, chronic dlarrDoa,-affeotlona of
the bladder; camp* dysentery,aff?ctlona of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness' chths, diseases of
the skin, Imparity or the blood, melanohQly.-or de
nreiafon of spirits, heartburn, cholle or pains in
the bowels, pain In the head, rever and ague,
dropay, bona, patojn'bauk'-and limbs; 4stlunfc,
erysipelas, female affections, and bil lons diseases
Prepared only by~J. H. ZEILD? A CO., Drug
gists, Macon, Ga. ?
Many highly respectable persons can tally at?
test to the virtues of this valuable'medicine.
. For sale by ' -
GOODRICH, WINEMA2? A CO.
BOWIE; MOISE A DAVIS,
Julyl8 . , ; ^C?arleito?y
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by author cf 'The Heir or Redcliffe," $160.
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tho Mtedon Field, by Miss Yonge, $2. . '
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> Illustrated Edition or Hawthorne; Mosses from
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The Nv vela and Novelists of the Eighteenth
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Battle of Dorking, the German Conquest of
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cents. .?" ' . . . - "
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Brown, or Anderson, s. C., $1 and $1 rc.
The Southern Gardener,or Short and Simple Di?
rections for the-Cni tu re or Vegetables -and Fruits
at 'ihe?outh, by Dr: Henry W. Raven el. 60 cents
ionics or the Times, by james Parton, $2.
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The Mammoth Caye of Kentucky; an Historical
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and Mountains of Virginia, with Illustrations and
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French of Count DeFalloux, $2. - ' -
The Betters rr Lady May Wortley Montagu,
edited bjr Mrs. Hale. ta.
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Dlficonrae thereon, by Arthur Helps, a new edi?
tion, complete in 2 vol?., $i. By the same author
-Realmah, a story, $2: Casimir .Maremond, a
now!. $2; Compantops or my Solitude, $1'50; EB
says written in the Intervals ot Business, $l 50;
Brevla, fehort Essay s and Aphorisms, $160.
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.sean Lecture for 1870. by Rev. F. W. Farrar, $160.
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troduction bY Kev.T. T.Carter, M. A., $3.
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8VO., $7 60. '.
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including the Duties of wjfe and Mutter, by Mrs.
pMary Maaon, $2.' -, .4. ?. ;' V , ' ?
The Religion of the Present and or the Future.
Sermona Preached chiefly at Yale College, by.
Theodore D. Woolsey, $2..
The Life or John Milton, Narrated ta Connection
with the Political, Ecclesiastical and Literary His?
tory, of his Time, by David Masson, M. A.. LL. D.,
vol. 2,1638-1613, $4 60.
Wonders of European Art, by Louis Ylardot,
Illustrated, $1 50.
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ment, by J. B. Lightfoot, $2. -
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charged only the price of the book. We pay for
rhe postage or express,
sar Address r
FOGABTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King-street, (in the Bena,) Charleston, s. c..
, JhJyi8-toths - - -
Parties visiting Flat-Rook, N. C., or Asheville,
N. C., will lind comfortable Stages leaving Green*
vl'le, S. O:, every MONDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY MORNINGS, reaching Henderson vine for sup?
per and Asheville for dinner next day.
Jon24-lmo_ WM. P. BLAIR..
gPAEKLING CATAWBA SPfilNGS,
FORXXBXY.CALLED TUX CAROLINA WHITS SULPHUR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. 0.
This highly popular WATERING-PLACE will
be open for visitors on WEDNEEDAY, June 18tb.
The Mineral Watera or these springs are the
White and Blue Sulphur and Chalybeate, the me.
dlclnal properties of which are not excelled, and
a healthier and more delightful watering place
not to be found.
The Springs will be under tte management of
J. M. BLAIR,, formerly or Raleigh, N.-O., anj?nje.
rlenced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WRENN,
and visltoramay rely upon good rare and good at
Plenty of Ice, good Band or Music, and good
Physician In attendance, Ac.
Leave Baltimore or Washington City in th?
morning via Acquia. Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville Railroad, to Salisbury, where you take the
Western and Morganton Road, and reach Hickory
Station (the Springs Depot; by hair-past nine the
next morning. . .
Leave Augusta Ga., at night, and take the Onar
lot? and statesvule Road at Charlotte, yon reach
the Springs early the next morning, charleston
iq the morning, and be at the Springs the next
A good four-horse omnibus will run ta connec?
tion wu h the trains to the Springs over a beauti?
ful road only SLX miles.
Per month, (or four weeks).$40 00
per day. 8 w
Children and colored aervantshalT price. Nc
cha-rge ror infanta under ttjjjgjj^^
.Sparkling catawba Springe, June lat, 1871.
j un 21-so_? . , ._
MOTHERS, READ THIS !
^rtsr^-?i^^ LY waterproof. Prc
Mm0^WSSk\\ clothing; retain
m 1 IrifflHSI Linen Diapers; avoid
?P**^ IPI?MP^M Pins; permits clronls
ffr^^P^ ? Won of air. Recon
ffi' v-nc* -1 mended by physician
S 1 I \ HL ard ail mothers whos
ff I > \?. W children have wor
? \T m ?hem. Made m ta
' fi? //M sizes: l smallest:
ff -nf ,r W\~?JWrTf'"t Price*
// \rj?ZW Mailed free. Addrei
y&F^ y. VON SANTBN, N
220 King atreet, charleston, *. C., Dealer in j
kinda of RUBBER GOODS, auch aa Rubber Sh?
lng, white and black. Air Pillows, Air and Wa*
Feds, Hospital Oushlons, Bandage.(.nm. Rnb?
Clothing, Plano Covers, DoorM ats. Ac., *c, an
importer or Fancy Gooda, Toys and Fireworks.
1 QEKERAV^M A^^W?1*"-ol' tiie.steamer
Cy LAURE? A ALBX?T?5??"
JJEEF, BACON, SHOULI^I?^^ps,
8 bois. New Tors S?C ^Moa? jt ' ? . . ' .
' 8 boxes Dry saiteftSida-' y
3 Smokedsticutaers ?'-"..
100 bushel* Cow Peas ?o Raiders
? boxesBwee?T3fe*? . '<-?l? *^''
lo-kita.No, fr-MackereF "" ' '7 -v-t-.?l,
j 10 bbb. New York Strips
I - 30 boxea D. a B?u^uaVfild?i ' ? ? ?? -~
I - 30 bbl*. Sugar. 7- ? .??^4-A
20(^*3 sX?d Herrin?.^ " ,;.
100 boxes 8oajT . * '
I ?obbis^Pig ftftais. : . '. j^g
T*TJTTBB, CHEE8BJ FfiSC&^^^if
. 20 ?barr?is Floor * . v. ..."v-A*
I ? " " 18 barrels Sugar. >
j Conditions casa. ; . . . . - Jniyis"
WELL SELL THIS DAY/?NWMD? "
:.V , ??elr 8tor68'*0B-21 ?n'd asTen^uoj?uig?:
|ati^oio<atA.M?i - ?? -..??35S:
BarreuiIBStfr^rjATPES. :r ^Vjo^C. .
X> ALANCE STOCK OF " A/ BBT?
I -I J 8TOBK. . V V .-.'*: ?5 '
.'THIS DAY, 18th inst* at hair-past io o?clo?fc.
LADIES' THIMMZD HATS ABD SU?^OWSB?
Gray Undershirts, Men's Felt Hat?T Freooh OlM. '
bries, Arab Shawls, Balmoral 8SJrKm9@?S&
Poplins, Pique Dresses, Jeans, Br?'A?^te??fflK. .
sors, carvers, AC.; wita a.general. ast?rtmeaPo?' ~
Desirable DryrGoWsV.'' >r^?S:if9WS^^"^i>:.
I Conditions cash, ; , y ;,?y?:. -J - inlgft
By TUB?ES?N, CAtDEB* Kg
I wlUbe?)ld1>el^?ar8tio?i*-^^ -
I io tlerce?nga?eo^^
I .:? . io?Tum shooiie?*r^
j Conditions cattT^ . '?? . ;1? :%^5"
TACKS ON, ADM?i?Tlii? :%
Kl ? . OAlffBBLl?em^-<.';? ^t. r
By virtue of an order or sale la tte ahorfrstat?d.
cause to me ?treated t>y th?-Bon.5?S5ffi?JE3S
ham, Judge of the First GlronlSrwSFMiraK?t - **
at public auction, on TUESDAY, tao 18th daly-'af ?
July 1871, at the Old PostorBc^Sp^^aSgigi'
i.A. M.,_ -^r'vwtflV-'-.-.i
The 10llowlng;Plec<* Of RRALT5STATB? . P:
1. Allina; LOT OF LAND, wita tUe^Idto?*
thereon, situate in Ward No/-8, ih\?w30tSS
Charleston, known on a pUt execute Tjy Robert
K. Payee, Surveyor of lands of E. H. Deas ahd
wife, by tho No. 4. Measuring in front ott Ashley ?
street thirty-seven (37) feet, and In: depth-nluet?"
nine JW) feet tbree (3) loche?. Boondine noni cir
Lot >,o. 5, in said plat, east on Ashley streeViottth"
by Lots l, 2 and Mn said plat, and sr^J^Utot?ii
I of momas Warina. . ?' .. . -~?3?22F5K?*'
2. All that lLOT*OF TJAND-'in ito ViBArtfor
StollsWUe, neartbe VH^eor-^?rrrm?rvu^^^
deep, and on thebaSt o?*ea8C^n?l^0^-thw)'i^:
feet. Bounded north by landB or Josenh B?i?**?
east glands of NeiUo^soutn try iteSrif htcho?
3. All that LOT OF LAND.-.sitnate"'li?Bto??7t?ie. '
containing in front or toad Uu? nm?^r?flWwi"
reer. on back or easrtine ona haBttred3m?wienw
ty (no) 'feet'ten-no) lnoa?s^hy one ,hnadred anff
eighty-six (186) reet deep. . BcmndedVnorthhrnot
of Jirierson.east and south by>ud ofNettte*. and
I west bytheroad. . . .'?^v-SSS'*,.
Terms-One-ihUd cash; ba?ano ln^qeandt?)
years, secor?d by bond of the pnrchaseV rtftfuT
.tereet rrom dar of ?ale, payable' seoil-sBOTairy,
ancrmcrt?age of the premisefr b'ohdflnBfl^tm.
sured ?.nd kept Insured. Purchaser - to'--tSr Tor
I papers and stamps. ? Wl??.-OA)C^^~
. g^ittf jana ^gnngfjing <Mpg&f .
g T?? PLACE FOR LOW PRICES..'
? Fit, Quality and Work Guaranteed.' . *
Latest New York and London -Cutt - -
ff STAR ^SHIRTS. .
. Order your shirts now; before the ant"
. season.. ?
J STAR SHrRtS.
Shirts, CoUars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and ' Keady-Made..
p STAR SHIRTS.
At less price than any other nrst clsu
m Men's Furn ls bin g Goods ct '
- STA?; SHIRTS
SCOTTS SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
I : STAR SHIRTS.
LITE AND LEARN, DYE AND
. FORGET ALL.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. '359 KfKG STREET, .
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam. Gentle?
men's, La<Ues' and Children's Clothes.- Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
np'with the Soft or Manufacturera' Finish; Lace
and Crape Shawls and Kid Gio ves tneaned>and
43- Goods received and returned hy Express. |
jun23-lyr_L BILLER, Froprtotox.
QR A B^J ES LI EB? j; BOOT), ' :
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
49- Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tur
tar Virgin-, Yellow Dip--?
ATTOBNEY A-il I?'A W?, ,'.'
N. E. CORNER BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
Above Messrs. Kllnck. ?Sickenberg A OO.'B
Store. - -, jnlyi-rstnth
IL LI AM WHALE.Y,
ATTOBNEY AT LAW AND SOUCTTOi^
KO. 48' BB0AD STBEBT,
Jciyl-stuthimo CHABXISTON, 3. C.