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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.. .
No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
SATURDAY*- JOLT 22, 1871..
Perton? leaving tile, elly during tile
?amucr Mama., can have. -THE DAIIIT^ j
JURYWH malled to tne&r address.-at One
Dollar ?cr mon th, payable lnadyaote.
SJ'H'S OF THE 7)AT.
. -QcM at New York, yesterday,.closed at-j
-The'-New York, cotton market Closed
?steadyi.uplands 21c; sales 3134 bales.
- -At Liverpool cotton clo??? with a harden?
ing tendency ^uplands 9jd-; Orleans 9}cL.
-The belle ot Newport ma widow-fair,, lat
and forty; . *
-Two hundred dozen corsets for men are
imported annually into the United States.''
-A single baron holds forth at Long Branch,
-two lords at Newport, anda solitary nobleman
at .Cape May. '.
'.' -Signor Marid is announced to take his
farewell of the lyric stage on the 19th Instant,
at his benefit, at the Boyal Italian Opera.
-Mail advices from Cuba report tba? C*eoe*
ral Cavada was shot on the 7th, instead of the
1st Jul jj. and after orders had been received
from. Madrid that be be pardoned and sent to
- -Nearly -3000 persons-a population greater
than that of the average American village
make day miserable and .night hideous in the
single block of New York tenement houses,
bounded by Baxter. Park, Mulberry and Bay-1
:~-i!Di?. ItaUan Parliament have voted the
Pop? an-annual Balary of $600,000, besides j
making Wm absolutely independent of the civil
authorities in the. exercise bi his Pontifical
functions, and guaranteeing bim the tree use
of -all the Apostolic palaces.
-ABtrikins:'instance of the hasty, careless
business,habits ot our people ls afforded in the
tact that during the month of June more than
' 338^00 k tt era'mi?dlr e c ted or otherwise not de?
liverable were received at the dead letter of?
fice in WashIngton. Of th?se li,700 contained
money, checks, receipts, drafts, or other docu?
ments cr value.
-The Lcndorr Spectator laments over the I
ftcadence of the monarchical system in Gre at j
Brittan. It say;: "There is in this country j
bat one.great political Institution left alive,
and thrrt ls apparently endeavoring to commit j
suicide oy asphyxia. The throne asa politi?
cal power'ls dead. The Lords arc dying, and
if the House of Commons loses the respect ot j
tiro country, there will be nothing left.".
. --One thousand Chinamen have been engag?
ed by a large planter in the Bugar-giowfcg dis- \
t?tot of Louls?an?, and are expected to arrive :
- at an early day. ? planter who has bad nonie
bat Chinese laborers lor a year or so.past,
wiiteer'tf?t they are in every respect superior
to negrees. Be expresses the hope that a suf
flcent number "may be brought to the State to
make it bloom as it did in ante-bellum times,
believing- that they are the labor that can build
ap its broken fortunes."
-It was announced in Tuesday's cable dis
? ii,- II mi*TllT* I' I S "I I 11 i J i i j
& francs 60 centimes per bale, would be retain?
ed at the-Instance ot Finance Minister Ponyer
Quertier. Later dispatches, however, annonc?e
that the decrees levying this tax have been
abrogated, and It ls thongut the minister ot
finance, baa .concluded to abandon the proposi?
tion to Tet?is the tax bri the raw material.
Probably nothing in commerce will contribute j '
more to the restoration ot Fcench industry and
trade than''tree cotton.''
-The indications are that the cotton crop
vl?b?atleas^'lwenty-fi^?per cent, less this
year than last, and the corn crop twenty-live
per cent, more tn the same States-say Texas,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia and Western Tennessee:: What is lost
in the 1,000,000 bales cf cotton will be made
and*/more in-the Increased corn crop., The
West will be. mainly the loser pom this, and
by-and-by find relief, if lt ls wise, ia a freer
trade than the government now permits.
- When lt is remembered bow often the South
bas.paid from $1 M to $2 a bushel for corn, it
will Boon be reconciled to less cotton.
-The marvellous quadruped answering to
the name ot Longfellow still remains in the
possession of his practical and dispassionate
Kentucky' owner, who coolly listens to offers
of $100.000, and rolls his cigar while replying
that "money cannot buy him." Longfellow Is
perhaps the best bred horse in Air erica, his
sire, Leamington, having been considered
when bought in England "to combine the very
best racing blood in the kingdom. The con?
queror ot Kingfisher is a beautiful brown,
. standing nearly seventeen hands high, with
one white he el-behind and a blaze of white on
bis lace. His muscles and joints are finely set,
bis chest is round and foll, the shoulders long
and tapering, and the neck strong and well
turned. All his "points" are almost beyond
criticism, and connoisseurs are in ecstacies
over him. .The greatest desire is now felt that
Longfellow s ,u!d have an opportunity to rua
with Mortimer, by many considered the best
distance horse at present on the English turi,
and lt ls not at all unlikely that strong efforts
Will' be made to get up a purse next year.large
enough to lb duce the owners of such horses as
Mortimer, Rosicrucian, Bothwell and Glen?
livet to send them to this country and contend
against such horses as Longfellow, Kingfisher
and Harry Bassett. -
-The Texas Pacific Railroad Company have
adopted the three-foot gauge, subject to the
approval of the Secretary ot the Interior, who
must decide whether that gauge is a first-class
road. The controlling advocate of-this gauge,
is Mr. Thomas A. Scott, of'the Pennsylvania
Central, who is building that gauge os the
Denver and El Paso road. It the Texas Pa?
cific adopt the three-loot, then all the busi?
ness from the Pacific coast will naturally
brauch off at El Paso, across to-Denver,
And over Scott'? Road on to the ?nlpn
Pacific, which road will soon be in the
bands of the Pennsylvania Central. This
ls a sharp move of the Railroad King,
Boott, as it makes him, with the-TJnion Pacific"
and Pennsylvania Central, independent ot the
Central Pacific, which, while Huntington
lives, cannot be absorbed by the Pennsylvania
Central. The more Is not likely to meet wiih
favor in Texas nor the South generally, as it
violently takes away, from ihe Jine of the
through business of the Southern Pacific; be
aides, lt is seriously-questioned whether a three
foof gauge is wide enough to economically
and conveniently carry the light, bulky cotton
freights of the South and the stock of Texas.
Jt ls generally conceded that the present
.gauge of roads In this country is too wide; bot
ia not three-foot tie extreme'In the Other way
is asked. Colonel Hann, who is buildl ng the
Mobile and Northwestern Road, advocates a
four-foot guage for all new roads South, as
adapted for the demands, and as combining
cheapness in cons.ruction and operation. He
says light rails and roiling stock can be used
on that guage as -well as on three-foot, and
greater room and speed can be secure d.
-Dr. Karl Marx, the head ol the Interna?
tional Association, has lately been engaged in
conversation- at Loudon, in the course of
wbioh he descanted upon the relations which
the society held toward the recent Paris insur?
rection. He would not admit that it was evi?
dent that the two movements were purposely
connected, or that the association, as such,
participated in the insurrection. He claimed
that those who maintained that there was
such a connection and participation might as
easily make the same charge upon tho Free?
masons, -which would be absurd. HI? state?
ment, in brief, was : "The insurrection la Paris
was made by the workmen of Paris. The
ablest of tbe workmen, must necessarily have
been its* leaders and administrators; buttha
ablest of the workmen happen also ta be
members Of the International association.
Yet the association as each may be l? no way
responsible for their action." From this he
went on fo state the object of the society, as
it has often been .stated before, namely; the j
?mancipation of the working class by the con?
quest of political power; and dilated upon the
false reports that had been industriously
spread concerning the association, and espe- j
The City Election.
The nomination of General John A. Wag
ener, as candidate for Mayor, by tho most
respectable citizens of Charleston, is a just I
tribute to a gentleman of large comprehen?
sion, liberal spirit, and -varied and persis?
tent energy-to the leader in the recent
movement of German immigration-to the!
patron bf the only plan by which our State j
can be redeemed-to the father of Walhalla.
Our numerous and enlarging German popu?
lation will regard the nomination as a com?
pliment, were it simply rendered to Geperal I
Wagener as a representative man-as the I
leader ia a campaign which depended large- j
ly for its success upon the power cf this
hearty and valiant race. And we are sore
that they will exercise their just influence
here; they will lift above the captured chas- j
sepols of France the redeemed civic ensigns I
of Charleston. For the,trophies assigned- to
their guardianship by the Emperor ol Ger
many are not more "precious than the prize
proposed to their ambition by "The sec-born j
"city." The one proclaims that they have,
the blood pt Hermann !-the other will test
the proud pretension that they breathe his f
spirit and inherit his better life.
The grand thing that speaks' to us most
imperiously while we write, and while we
think of that antique past, is just this: that
life is worth nothing if it is not free from tho?
rnie rjf the stranger. It was not the brute
instinct of self-protection which threw across
the Roman march the mighty bulwark which
was at once honored md travestied under
the name of Arminius. That great hero was
lue genius of civic defence-that broad shield
defended"the tribes, the consecrated'groves,
the free municipalities extending from the
Danube sources to the Baltic Seo. Ho kept I
the insolent Roman from smearing every sa- j
cred oak-for in those days every oak stood
ap for the chastity of woman and the bom,r
of man, for private right and for public law.
The alien in those days cared for neither, as
he cares for neither BOW.
?-AW fimnnan fnllnnr pit.***-- -?.- ?-*>>-*??
be the mo?L thriving class amongst us. They
have thu ?nest stores, the most pretentious
church, the most elegant.. bali, the most
popular and generous pleasure ground in
Charleston. Their liberal displays of wealth I
nt once give them* influence and invite ag- j.
pression. The Radicals intend to tax their
?alea and their purchases, th?ir parsonages I
md their balls, their pleasures and their
businesses, their cradles and their 'coffins.
Under the present.r?gime a mani has only to
rather property, in order to invite taxation, j
[f his face shows blood, a thousand' gnats-1
settle upon it. Ia such a contest as is now j ?
inaugurated, the thrifty German has only -
joe side to stand upon, and oae evil to fear,
rije defeat of General Wageoer will legalize
.he spoliation of store and stock, farm and I
jrop, shelf and parse, by a host of merciless,
But the present conflict appeals not sim- >
ply to one race or one order or society. It 11
comprehends the interests of a IL The men M
who now aim at the sway of Charleston are '
not only demanding social equality-a doc-j J
trine repudiated by all the world beside-bat I !
are surreptitiously, yet effectually, establish?
ing Communism-the equality of goods-a j
doctrine destructive of enterprise and indus- j
try, a Upas beneath whose poisonous sha?
dow all life dies. Of what use is it to make,
money when a rascally Radicalism is pre?
paring td pick it ont of the till, tear it ont of
the pocket,'squeeze it, like blood, oat of the
threshold and the hearth-? Those men who
are willing to let others live aad yet are re?
solved to live themselves, have only one re?
sort. Every interest, moral aad-pecuniary,
forbids that they should vote for a Legisla?
ture which preys upon the State, a superin?
tendent who shuts up. the. schools, a trial*r
justice who befriends criminals, and a Mayor
who sacrifices the city.
Let us have a change, we say I The whole
world around us is moving. Why are we
standing still ? The citizen of Charleston
cannot go anywhere abroad without encoun?
tering a . free, rich, hopeful* life which he is
here unconscious of-the.general, blessing
hr the Republic, which is here shot ?ff by a
clique of worthless political tricksters. "The
"Union League,-" which is a power amongst
us, is a theme of laughter in Illinois, where
it had^its origin. The ieading Republican .
mock at il. The friends of Abraham Lin?
coln wonder that a thing "played out" so
many years ago has beeu reproduced by a
ringo! ??out hern, scoundrels. Oar situation
is most peculiar. We are contending for the
dearest political and personal rights, and we
are fighting with shadows.
Lt Bi on bf the New York Riot.
The telegram published in our oolu.mns a
day or two ago in reference to the New York
riots, indicates that plans are ander discus?
sion to prevent the repetition of such deplo?
rable public disorders. Diflerences of opin?
ion exist in regard to the policy of tbemayor
and the superintendent of police who sought
to avert the evil by suppressing the Orange
procession, and that of the Governor of the
State who permitted the celebration and sur
i i'i litln JTilillfTi"
rounded the Orangemen .wi?t a military
. guard. " 'Eat it is urged again? the former
'that practically it encorrraged;- lawlessness,
and against the latter that i?imd, no?pre
vent a bloody uprising.
-In fact nothing has bees settled. The
procession was a failure. Instead of the
large represe n ta ti on expected from the lodges
of New York and New Jersey, only a hun?
dred br so assembled. There was.a panic
' amongtbe troops, some of whom fired into
each other. It is admitted that the colonel
of the largest regiment employed on the oc?
casion disappeared from the field long before
the close of the conflict' Notwithstanding
the official pr?cautions and military demon?
strations, many lives were lost And the
Orange insignia and banners were hidden
away, after the procession, for fear of new
ementes. None, we think, will dispute the
truth of these statements.
And now the questlon^Is, what shall be
done hereafter? Some argue that the fight
must be renewed next year. The Orange?
men claim the right to celebrate their anni?
versary. Their opponents- resolve that the
Battle of the Boyne shall not be commemo?
rated. Thus there is a prospect of another
asd bloodier collision. And the community
who have no special interest in this feud,
which bas been perpetuated for two hun?
dred years, and belongs to another country,
are in danger of being convulsed by it every
year. They seem to be powerless. They
cannot deny the Orangemen a common pri?
vilege which all societies are accustomed to
cloim. They cannot repress the fiery out?
bursts of "the boys in green." How shall
liberty be guarded, and yet annual riots be
prevented? Here is the' problem which
neither the mayor of the great metropolis
nor the Governor of the Empire State have
yet been able to solve.
The telegram to which we referred in the
beginning of this article suggests the mode
of its solution. The dispatch was badly
worded. Ks meaning seemed to be that no'
processions except those of the military and
those in honor of the dead should be permit?
ted' to take possession of the streets of the
city. The rale is sensible and of very great
importance. It will meet the exigency in
New York. It wiH not be liable to the odium
of political or religious discrimination. And
it will abate a crying public nuisance..
According to the present custom a proces?
sion of any sort clnims the privilege of block?
ing up the public highways, interfering with
the right of passage, interrupting industrial
and commercial facilities, and inflaming the
passions of the community by partisan out?
cries and offensive banners and illumina?
tions. And to the citizen who ?as no in?
terest in. the matter whatever, or who feels
himself personally hindered or outraged,
there is no" resort. We are not deciding
upon the relative claims of the Orange pr the
Green, or of any o.tber orders or societies.
But we think it will be generally admitted
that the* right of assemblage does.not in?
volve the rigbt of procession, and that' the
rig h f of the public to the lise of the thorough?
fares ought not to be interfered with except
in cases distinctly specified by the law of the
land. The adoption of this principle will
prevent the riot anticipated by New Yorkers
in July next." * . .
THE Darlington Index advocates the estab?
lishment of a national bank for Darlington
Courthouse. There is considerable business
done in that town, and in several villages
sufficiently near to avail themselves of the
confident prediction of saccess, provided, of
course, it is properly managed.
. THBRE is life in the olcHand yet, and our
up-country particularly is waking np. Ten
shares of the capital stock of the National
Bank of Chester were sold a few. days ago at
$103 per share. The par value is $100. The
price of the stock ls rapidly rising, and $106
per share is now asked.
LAWYERS may differ as well as doctors. At
least we judge sb -from the "following short
paragraph in the Darlington 'Flag: "Major
' 'Spain is studying the Coda He thinks it a
"panoramaof nonsense, and not a panacea
"of wisdom, as Judge Law would have it. "
The correspondence between Prince Bis-"
narck and Earl Granville, the English Foreign
Minister, lu reference to the cession of Heligo?
land to Germany, recently widely circulated
In the papers o? the United States, lt is re'
ported, was a pure invention, no such subject
ever having been broached. In addition to
this, lt is stated, that whatever designs Bis?
marck may have entertained upon Heligo?
land, he has abandoned them for the present,
at least. In proof ot this, it is- stated that the
".North German Correspondent," the recog?
nized organ of Prince Bismarck, -recently re?
printed articles from two German papers on
the Bubject of Heligoland, and lt is argued
that the absence of comment indicated entire
approval of the tone aud sentiment of the
articles. One of .hese extracts was from
the "Cologne Gazette.'.'Iwhio'h said that the
German Government ls certainly far from en?
tertaining any intention of making a demand
for a little rock In the ocean, to which lt bas
no legal claim whatever, and, by so doing,
prejudice its relations with a powerful and
natural ally. Tue Cologne Gazette then ad?
ministers a rebuke to the German- papers
that have rai ?ed the cry for the acquisition cf
Heligoland, and says that the reason assigned,
"because we want if," ls the most frivolous
and impudent of reason?, and fesembles the
robber's demand. The other article is from,
the Berffn Volkszeitung, wbich argues that
Germany has now attained only a rough ex?
ternal unity, and must devote itself to inter?
na! organization, and that lt would be unwise
to be looking abroad for other countries to
conquer at the expense ot the enmity of Eng?
land. Not war, but honorable -peace, the
Voikslzeituog argues, must be the watchword
of Germany in the future, and condemns
severely plans ol tbe conquest of Heligoland
and other countries as being foolish and
J3i ISLAND HOUSE, pleasantly situated -anu
?ve minutes walk . of the Steamer.. Formerly
kept by Mrs. MCCABE, now by Mrs. DONIPHAN.
?gOAHD IN NEW YORK.
Person wishing genteel 'BOARD la the City or
Kew York for the Summer months. In a Boase
patronized by Southern families, will find lt to
their taste and ad van rage- to call op the subscrtb.
er at- No. 1 North Washington Square, before
making other engagements. Has. WHYT-E.
BOARDING. - A . FEW GENTLEMEN
, can be accommodated with good board
and pleas?nt rooms, on moderate terms, hy ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. . may ic
WANTED, IS A SMALL FAMLLYfA
White or Ooloxed Serrant, who under?
stands cooking and housework. Apple at No, 20
Smith street. , - ~ . : ? ,]nly22-T*
ANTED, A COOK. GOOD RECOM
MENDATlONS required. Apply at No. 18
CANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN TO
- COOK and Wash and assist In- general
house duties. Apply at No. 7 Ashley street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, ALL KINDS
ol'Old or Second-hand Furaltnre. Par?
ties desirous ol selling will get roll value by ad
dressing P. g Box No. 478. ? Julyl6-atu4?
TITANTEDj LADIES TO PROCURE AT
TT ~ 'ARCHER'S BAZAAR, Nilsson Pads, 40c;
Lotta Busts, eco.; French corsets, 75c; Sailor
fcHata, Trimmed, 76c .: ? Jnly21-6^
TT7ANTED TO HIRE, A MIDDLE-AGED
Tv--" COLORED WOMAN, Who understands
washing and Ironing, and ls willing- to work In?
dustriously. Apply at. No. 94'King street, ?ne
door sooth br Broad. !_Ju)y21
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
In the Land and Immigration Association
or Messrs. BUTLER, ce AD WI c K , GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to seamy friends
?t the office or Mr. C. OLAClcrs, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, 8nt>Agenu
HOUSE "WANTED-A DWELLING OF
four or five rooms, situated In the western
part or the city. Apply at this office. . jnlylfl^
WANTED, TWO ROOMS ON$THEj|
first or second floor, between Calhoun.(
street and the Batter;. Address at once, W. T.,
pAiLTNaws. . . "*. -_jniyn
WANTED, A SMALL COLORED GIRL
to do housework and make herself gene?
rally useful. Recommendations required. Apply
at No. 6 Calhoun street:_ jnlyii
WANTED TO" PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOOSft containing. 8 to 8 rooms,
situated eltber in the centre of the city or near
the Unes of the City Railway. Address X. T. Z.,
at this office, storing terms, location, Ac.
Jul y3,_ -
WANTED, BY* A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation BS salesman
or cleric in a house in Chariest on. He ls well and
favorably known throughout East Florida, and
can furnish satisfactory testimonials as to char?
acter and; qualifications. Address* J. S. J., NEWS '
'office. _ Julyl
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES
to secure now a position* as Teacher in a
school or family,, for the 1st October, to teach
English branches, Including Mathematics, and,
IT m a family, also French and rudiments or Music
II required. Address, wlih full particulars or
terms. Ac, P. 0. Box No. 21, Wilson, N. C.
ANEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE
SIRABLE tenant, who wonld take a three
or nve years' lease at a moderate rent. Must be
In western part or the city or near the Battery.
Address, with full particulars, BETA, office of
TBKNBWB? ?_._-_ jonie
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION of Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments or Music Address "D.,U DAILY
NBW8 om ce. _Junio
AN ACTIVE YOUNG .M4N (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ia acquainted with Dry
Goods and Grocerlea; ls a irood Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally usefuL Can
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
of TUB NEWS. mayie
.lost ano Jimna.
E~~SCAPED ON WEDNESDAY A CANA
RT BIRD, with a dark tort on the head. A
reward will be paid for ita delivery at No. ll Mon
tagne Btreet. ?>..?.- . jnly22-l
LOST, A GOLD ENAMELLED SLEEVE.
BUTTON, with the Initials J. H. H.
liberal reward will be given for Its recovery. Ap.
fly at this office ._JuIy21-2*'
STRAYED FROM ANN STREET, TN
the direction of the Shell Road, on Saturday
last, a large red COW, with large boras and cara
cut, and white under the belly. A liberal reward
will be paid for her return to Mrs. J.'LEVINSOBN,
No. 6 Beaufaln street. ju'j 2i-s?
TO RENT, A NEAT TWO AND A HALF
Story House, No. 4 Mary street. Apply at
southwest corner Church and Chalmers Btreet?.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE,. STORE AND
BAR ROOM, No. 69 Rutledge avenue, a few
uoors above Line street, now doing a good busi?
ness. Rent low. Inquire opposite of T. D. GRANT.
Joly22-2? ' . _
TO RENT? THAT LARGE THREE
-*torj unck STOHn; suntu corner or East
bay and Cumberland streets, formerly occupied
by Messrs. S. S. Farrar A Bros., with Sheds at?
tached, extending to state atreet, giving open?
ings on three streets. For location, arrangement
and-oapacity, this ts one of the most desirable
Stores in the city for the wholesale grocery busi?
ness, AC, Ac
AND FOB 8ALB,
The VACANT LOT, south side of Cumberland
street, next eaBt or Meeting, 49 feet.-by 72 reet.
Apply to J. D. ALEXANDER, No. 16 BroacLstreet.
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
Doughty atreet Apply within. junas .
HOI FOR THE MOUNTAINS !-THAT
means for the Watermelon Mountains at.
KLEIN'S. Go and see a big pile, about. 260-some
are real burst era-Just arr, ved from Augu-ita, and
will be sold at 26,86 and 45 cents-a lucky num?
ber In that Meeting street Lottery. Try lt, and
then go to KLEIN and take 45.- Ton will not lose.
Clear-stone Peaches-very cheap._July22-1?
TUST RECEIVED FROM AUGUSTA, A
O select lot or WATERMELONS AND 0ANTE?
LOPES, which will be sold low to suit purchasers,
at the well-known store of ANDREWS 4 SALVO,
No. 497 King, opposite John street. JAMES F.
STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE.-WE
offer for Bale onr entire Store Fixtures, con?
sisting of: Shelving, count* rs and'ui awers, In
good order, suitable for any basiuesa. I. L.
FALK A CO., No. 803 King Btreet. Joly21-2?
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, or gond quality, which are offered
:hcap. Call at No. 27 Queen atreet, between
Meeting aud Church streets._fobll
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In huge or small quantities.
Price 50 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of TBE NEWS._ may 18
ABARGAIN t-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ru pg les Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash, ls nearly
TV, cuts 28 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package Price $40. Apply at TUE
NEWS Job Office_marga
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
. PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
urungeburg District, South carolina. 16 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Brauen, and 18 miles from Orangeburg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, cout arning 1926 acres of land, 28S or
Which ls cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more chared, but not under renee-all or
which ia first-class Cotton and. Corn Lands; the
balance is first-class Timber Land.
A first-class" Circular Saw MUr (water,) m order
for Immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, aud can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill, Also, a good Grist, Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, ?c., six
(8) framed negro houses lu good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes it very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for marting ma?
nures, A-c The bast of tl ties can be given. Any
information either lu writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. h. DAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing streer, Charleston, S. C. junis
FOR JOLY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.si.25 cent?
Per annum.:.$2 et
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE. .
STEAM TURPENTINB DISTILLERY,
49~ Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tar
Virgin $4 00, Yellow Dip $3 15.
TTTASHINGSON ILIGHI- ?OT?NTBY
C H A-RT T ABL B ASSOCIATIOK.-The
Honthly Meeting or the Association wiQheheld
st Masonic Hall Trna EVENING, at 8 o'clock. -
p D. B. GlLLILANDv ?
Joly 22_Secretary and Trea?nrer.
TT7 ABBINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
Tv COMPANY.-Attend the Regalar Monthly
Meeting of your Company at your Hau, THIS
ETBNINO, 221 instant, at8 o'clock.
.. By order. M. FITZ GIBBON,
Summer Bcsorts. -
OIPOBTHJ3 MOUNT AIN 8.
Parties visiting Flat Rock, N. C., or Asheville,
N. C.,.will And comfortable Stages having Green?
ville, S. Crevery MONDAY, THTOSDAY and SATDB
DAT MORNINGS, reaching Hendersonvlile for sup?
per and Asheville Xor dinner new day.
Jnn34-lmo_WU. P. BLAIR.
gPAEKUNG CATAWBA SPRINGS,
FORMERLY GALLED THE CAROLINA, WEITE SULP?T/B,
CATAWBA COUNTY, tf. C. -.
This highly popular WATERING PLAOE will
be open for visitors on WXDNBBDAY, Jone ist h.
The Mineral Waters, of these Springs 'are the
White and Blue Sulphur and Chalybeate, the me.
dlcinal properties of whloh are not excelled, and
a healthier and more delightful waterlog place
not to be found. '
..The Borings will be under the management of
J. M. BLAIR, .formerly or Raleigh, N. C., an expe?
rienced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WRE'NN;
and visitors may rely upon good fare and good at?
Plenty of Ice, good Band of Music, aud good
Physician in attendance, Ac.
Lea*? Baltimore or Washington City in the.
morning via Acqnla Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville -Railroad, to salisbury, where yon tase the
Westernand Morganton Road, and reach HlCKory
StatlQn?(the Springs Depot; by half-past nine the
leave Augusta Ga., at night, and take the Char?
lotte and.StatesvUle Road at Charlotte, you reach
the Springs early the next morning. Charleston
in the'mornlng, and be at the Springs the next
morning. . ?
A good fonr-horse omnibus will run in connec?
tion wiih the trains to the Springs over a beauti?
ful road only six miles.
Per month, (or four wests).$40 oo
Per week.....16 oo.
. Per day.............. 2 so
Children and colored servants hilf price. No
charge for inrant? under two years of age.
J. GOLDEN WYATT.
Sparkling Catawba Springs, June 1st, 1871.
jgONDS, COUPONS, 4a
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD j
. BONDS ANO COUPONS -
Uncurrent Bank Notes -
. ' Gold and Silver
Dealt regularly in by A. 0. KAUFMAN,
juiyii.-tnths . " - No. 25 Broad street.
AV ER LY HOUSE,
ANDERSON, S. C.
This Honse having been recently fitted np with
modern improvements and comforts and newly
tarnished, now ollera to those seeking .a change
from the sultry au* of the low country a pleasant
retreat.. The Town of Anderson, pleasantly sit?
uated, not far from the Mountains, has the benefit
or bracing atmosphere and cool nights. There j
are pleasant drives m the coautry, and Churches
for all denominations In tue Town.
The South Carolina Railroad pow sells Return
Tickets from Charleston and back for $14 10.
Board per month. ..$25 oo
.Board per week.. 8 00
Every effort will be mode io add to the comfort
of visitors. J. A. MAYS,
(FORMEBLT HUNT'S HOTEL,) .
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
This House ls In the centre of the city, convenient
to all the public offices and business houses, locat?
ed on the southwest corner of the Statehouse
Square; has been recently reopened 'and renovat?
ed, and win now compare favorably with any
Botel at the South.
ROSE'S Omnibus will convey passengers ter and
from every tram free o? charge.
Also, a first class Carriage for the accommoda?
tion of ladles.
Junl2 v. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTU3BJV DYE HOUSE,
'NO. 359 ?EO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
np with the -Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Eld Gloves Cleaned and
nw Goods received and returned by Express.
Juu22-lyr_. I. BILLER, Proprietor.
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
N. E. CORNER BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
Above Messrs. Kiinck, Wlckenberg & Oo.'s
TOT I & LIAM WHALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR,
NO. 48 BROAD STREET,
Julyl-stuthlmo CHARLESTON, S. C.
~~XITL7 B L A c K & bo ;
No. ?65 AND 507 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
Eave just received a fine assortaient of im?
for Sporting Purposes-denoting Minutes, Sec?
onds and Quarter Seconds. Price $25. Orders
for every description of lt ACING and Presentation
Plate, executed at the shortest notice. Designs
drawmto order and Estimates given.
Also the largest assortment or RBADY-MADX
SILVER AND TABLE WARB to be found in the city.
TT?OOKET CORN SHELLER^
Being the Owner of the PATE ST RIGHT of thb i
State of Nortb carolina, ami tbe following named
Counties in the State of South Carolina, viz:
Charleston, Barnwell. Colleton, Beaufort, George?
town, Williamsburg, Horry, Clarendon and Ches?
terfield, uf this small, cheap and very valuable
Invention, I offer Cu un ty Rights and Mach mes at
greatly reduced* pnces from 1869. Will send one
DJ express io any address, (as a sample,) on the
receipt of $1 t>y mall, orwnl^nd a hall dozen,
(as sample*.) by express, C. O. D., for $8, to any
parties desiring rae to flo so.
N. B. Any person in fringing upon the rights of j
this Patent will be dealt with according to law.
JnlyS-fiflmos c. N. AV ?RILL.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AJNJ
WEST BND WENTWORTH AND BE ALTAI N~ STS.
The proprietor respectfaUy informs his friends
and the public thar, having refitted the above
Mill with improved Machinery, ia now.prepared
to receive orders for LUMBER of all descriptions,
which will be furnished with dispatch, and at the
lowest marfeet prices. On hand a large .stock of
Season d. Dressed Floo lng, Lining. Shelving
abd Weather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES, Plast
erinjrL'r-ti8,Ac. J. M. STEINMBY?R.
jgClTPPBIWp|rG ^ip?, GLASET AND
" 4 qu*WcaBks.Refl^d.WhlteSOUPPEBNONG
WIVE-three years old
16 hhds. PanlllacClaret
10 abds. St Estepbe Claret -
600 ddzen Panlllac
100 dozen Margeaux Med oe.
.60 dozen Haute S?uterne
loo dozen Santerne ? -
IMP. -, >".:
20 casks Bass's Pale Ale-quarts and pints.
The above are warranted pure and good, and
are offered at low nrlces-bv ' ; . * ? ?
July22-smw8 KLINCK, WlCKBS'BERG-A co.
jg I D E S A N D S^:0;TJ^D^'B;S^
. 50 nhds. rame western ciearRib SIDES,-^ .
.. 20 hbda. PrlmeBlionlders. ; . /?. : . :-J s ?:.
For sale by JEFFORBS ft COv:
July20-3 . . * :
Q L A B E T O N J> R AD,G H T ,
. AT tl 26 PER GALLON.
. . ' ?%?? ' '. -, *.*. . \ , ?
A fresh sap ply just received at '
? W. m WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market Btreeta.
AU Goods delivered rree. "' Jun24
JJATHORf? SPEINGS WATEK
Bogen & Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Blnnlnger's Old London Dock Gin. Old Tom Gin
Aaa ort ed Frencb Brandy; Fruits, m qnartjars " .
Assorted Trench Fruits, in own Juice, put-up lc
glass stoppered decanters - . . ?? u) .
? Frenen Pickles, m fancy Jars
india Currie, In flasks s :
.Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, tn glass pots -. . . .
- Queen's OUvesvCapers, Bordeaux OUve OIL,
Florence OUve CU, in flasks, and "Bengal Chutney.
% E. BEDFORD, '
Late W. 9. Cor win & Co.
Janli N?.'a76 Jung Btreet.
BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
. CHEESE,'Ac. . .
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN'BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im-"
1 tat ion English Cheese, Mild Fact ory Cheese,- Pine?
apple Cheese, Young America' Cheese, Eid am" and
Sap Sago Oheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam
"hy Pig.Porkand Plcltl?dOJ?.Thnguea. n
. Du meld's, American^ WhestphaUa, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Bama.
For sale by ? E.'E. BEDPCRD,
Janll ~ . No. 275"King "street.
REM E N L AGER BEE R
ENGLISH ALES . . ,
E. E. BEDFORD,
anti Na 275 Kine street.
dru ?000s, &z.
IJIHE GREAT RUSH FOR B ARG AIN S !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. STYLES FOR -JUNE
GOODS FOR TRA FELLERS AND_STA YERS AT
F?BOHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
Sot. ?li ?nd *37 King,street
Keeping their stock new and fresh at aili sea?
sons, are getting In dally by a reamers, ' ..
NEW TRAVELLING LLVE SS for suit s
Plaid and Chene Japanese TopUns
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hot weather
More of their best quality Iron Grenadines
White and Colored Pique's
Beautiful New Prints, aU the recent "patt erne, In
- endless variety; Percales, also
Blaek Tamise for Summer and Mourning Dresses
Black Cha?nes, very beat quality -
Black 8-4 and 6-4 Mouseilnea
Black English Crapes and Crape Villa
Crape Seta and Collars.
Embroideries (a lovely lot)
Linen and Lace Seta ,
Llnon Collara and Cuffs, Ac.
ALSO, A FULL LINK OF
OASSLMERES, LINENS AND GOTTONADES
BEAUTIFUL STOCK -
LLAMA LACE POINTS
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed but what ls
good of Its kind.
FUBOHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
, Jun22 Nos. 244 and 437 King Street.
gHTNGLES! SHINGLES 1
Just received, a fine lot. For sale lo wat BUILD
ER'S DEPOT, No. S4 Church street.
junie E. M. GRIME.E.
300015, 5?)0?0, &l.
ET THE 'BEST!
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T.B I B ? B' S
NO. 41 BROAD STREET. .
He makes them to order,'in any style desired,,
uslngonly the nest material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, ot au sizes.
EXOELSI OR GA IT ER ,
Which dispenses with shoe strines and- elastic,
MADE TO ORDER atihlB establislimenr
CaU and examine specimens... '.
may22_ Kp.'41 Broad street,
GTisora, tobacco, s?t.
.j^MPEROR WHJJAMCIGAR STOREM
SPECIE PAYMENTS RESUMED AT NO. 310
*. KING STREET.
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers, Whole?
sale and Retail Co nsume?s of CIGAR*, TOBACCO,
SNUFF. Aa, an extra inducement for tbelr trade.
SPECIE PAYMENTS at par exchanged Xor
GREENE i OKS to the amount of purchase made,
without any advance upon the Goods, consisting
of all articles in his Une of business.
Orders extended to him, with Cash or City Ac?
ceptances, wn> be promptly attended to. An ex?
amination of his Stock ls respectfully solicited. :
Proprietor or Emperor william cigar Store.
intTllWNSrSfiPULA? GEOCEEY. -"
TBE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
G B O CEE I ?: S ,
FOB FAMILY AND PLANTATION USE, TS. THIS
CTTt, GAN BB FOUND AT -
W-I L 8 O N'S, 1
- ' WILSON'S,
. . . ?-' .. t-*". .-.
SA 3.0 6 r . - KING ST..
. ; . No; chargeJorPaokiag "r- ,
rio. soe . -VA? - .-. - ?NO V8T.
So.; 8b?;;7,-Hb!':.;j--'. ENG ST.
' AU Goo4?\t?llvered;?ree .
NO. *06 ^r^ v. KING ST.
?5 cf coargC.tp any part ..- .
ST O. ' 306'- v:> : >- KINO ' ST.
of City, Railroad Depots or.
SO.' 806' .-V.v L't/-.?..;>-. . " ?KING ST.
sro. ,80 0 - KING SK
WILSONS' ... CROOERY.
ii . We are now offering a . : 1
WILSONS' ~.. " .. GBOOEBY.
Fine; Clear Drawing
? ? s -T,E A . . -
WILSONS' ... ' ' GROCERY.
.-At;the.lawprice.oi .- s-". *?>-?'.?>" '
?HLSONS? - '. . *?.'. GROCERY.
fl ONE-DOLLAR :-'.-.. K .
SQ. 306 . KING ST.
. per,pound, .'-."- .
SO. 306 . . . . " KING .T ST.
Forty to thirty -cents" a..-'-..v.- -
So. 80 6 ! V KINO .ST.
- pound; below other ' . ^
ST e. -30 6 " ' . KING ST.
' dealers.. : .- - T-vi.
Ro. 306 . KING - -ST?
WILSON'S GROCERY.? . .
0 O F F E ES 1 O? FF EB S'Y CO F FE EB 1
ROASTED AND GREEN COFFEE, cf ali grades.
RIO; LAG DA YEA, MAJRACAIBO, JAVA, MOCHA.
We aire now parchl ng our own Coffees, ?nd can .
safely. recommend them for. their fine Mavor'an Al
purity. . . : ?' ijV-Vi'v ? m
We wish lt dlaslDctly understood that wo db not
keep any Ground Co flees. on han d, pref errtn g w
grinAthem. atthe time or.pnrnhase; JiM.lnjthe
presence or purchasers, thus lnsnrlng 4 pure and
fresh article. ' ^."^i ?..."?>' -/.. r/--?, - ?>
:? Our coffees are now considered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold.' Give them atrial?>- ? .
WILSON'S GROCRRY, Box No. 3S3, Charleston.
riOGNAC AND LA BX)CBELLB BBAN
DY, TN U. S. BONDED STORE5I. .
A TOBIAS' BONB, No. ;110^B2B?'?BAY,
' Offer for s ala from U. & Bo ni ed Warehouse,,*.
Choice C0GNA? and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
, "? vanotw.v^tages, in I >. ' ?'.?:;-,--\
.' Qaartercasks? -
... <??fcca*l(S>^M5--! -.V.-^-.v.
, ... - . raghth^ctttu ..
.AHD.^.; . , ?
Cares of one donen bottles each. .
: mayas^thsaaio; ; . . ?. '-?.:?.??
"^yHlTEWINE AND CIDER VINEGAR
25 barre's Imperial French Wine VINEGAR :
20 barrels Noupariel.Clder Vinegar
20 barrels TaWewme Vmegar.
Agents of above and have constantly, a full
stock on hand.
* ForstfeloW by ' y
miyirim?"-' sraypEws,' WERNER A DDOKBB.
jpLOUB 1 FLOUR ! FLOUR I
IMO bbls. Fine, Snper, Extra and Family
FLOtfR. For sal? by.. >_ ' .? ?'? '
HERMANN BULWINKLE, 1
JniyiSi-. r .. Ken??Wliatf.
fil?LE Y ' S i CB E A P 'STOBE ,
No. 388 RING STREET,
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSB^AND CARO?
LINA TEA AGENCY,
You can buy for one dollar and iirry cents one
pound of the very best YOUNO HYSON TEA, of
delicate flavor and great strength-. - '
For thirty .ceflta one gallon bett quality LIGHT*
For seventy five cents one gallon choice Sliver
For three dollars and nf ty cents a Japanned Tin
CHAMBER SET, composed bf three articles, and
worth flvo dollars.
Fo r fifty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
buyer would think cheap at one dollar.
V -. . Ml'KNH?yill 8TO0X 0? Al
HOUSE PURNISHING 'GO>0%8,.
. ?_.?._ ? ? ? . . .-.ii'..-'-. Vd' - ~: ,
TWENTY-FIVE PER.CENT.* CHEAPER :
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
CROCKERY, i -
PLAIN AND DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
. GOODS. -
LINLET'S CH EA P STORE,
. NO. sss King street,
J^R. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,.
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be qtrictly vegetable,'and can do no Injury to
any one. _
it has been used by hundreds, and known fci*p
the last thirty-five years as one or the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering. - if taken regularly and
persistently,'lt Ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, . costiveness,
?lek'headache, chronic- llarrhoa, afleo tiona ol
the bladder, camp dysentery,-affections ofJ^O .
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chills, diseases or
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, chollo or pains m
the bowels, pain in the head, fever and ague,
dropsy, bons; pain in back and;- Umba, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious diseases
Prepared only by 3. H. ZEILEN tc CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price $l; by mau $125.
Many highly respectable persons can fully ap?
test to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by -
. . - . GOODRICH, WTNEMAN A CO.
BOWIE, MOISE ? DAVIS,
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received" by
jgLECTEO MAGNETIC BATTERIES,
MEDICINE CHESTS, ' PHYSICIANS' SADDLE?
For sale by DE.H.BAER,
mario No/iaMeettog street.
pj'ASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL. f|
HASKELL'S CARBOLIC CANCER. SALVE,
For*ale DY DE. H. BAKR,
may2T 131 Meeting ?tre?t.