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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
Na 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
MONDAY, JULY 24, 1871.
Persons leaving the city during the
"??namer season can nave TUB DAILY
NEWS mulled to their address -t One
Dollar per month, payable In advance.
NEWS OF THE HAY.
-Gold closed In New York, on Saturday, at
-Cotton closed at a decline of jc.^ uplands
20JC.jeales 1290 balee.
-In Liverpool cotton continues firm; up?
lands* 9?d., Orleans 10Jd.;sales 18,000 bales.
-Benjamin Disraeli meditates a tour around
'the world, beginning with the United States.
-Nine'elephants from Ceylon arrived af
New York, last week, on the bark Nehe?
-It is announced that the New York Cotton
Exchange will probably lease extensive ware?
house! at the Atlantic docks, Brooklyn, for
storage and sampling of cotton.
-Baron Schlosser, the successor ol Baron
Geroit as the German Minister to Washington,
ls not expected to. arrive in this country until
late In the fall. Be is now on a mission yo
' -The Bon. Jefferson Davis publishes a
card, stamping as an utter and outrageous
falsehood A scandalous story which is going
the rounds of the Radical press reflecting upon I
\ bia private character. ? j
--The trial of the Bradstreet Commercial
-Agency case is still going on at St. Louis, and
the facts elicited In evidence are anything but
creditable to the manner *ln which that* con
cern is managed. j
-Sergeant Geo. W. Crowe,, so well known
In Richmond during the war as having charge
of the "Soldiers'Home," or better known la J
the Army af; Northern Virginia as "Crow's j
Nest," died last week.
-A large number ot the bronze statuettes of ]
: Colonel James. .Hat, displayed in Broadway,
- fie w York, windows have be GU decorated with
white bandages around the ankle; j The sa?
tire !s most -expressive, -
~~ -At a stanae on the 20th of May, lt ls stated,
the Commune of Paris, amid Bt violent alterca?
tions, official ly resolved to burn the city. Del-1
eecluze closed the discussion by remarking, I
' with c fine dash of antithesis, that if they coula"
-not preserve liberty, they could at least secure
her splendid obsequies.
-The Orange Lodges ID New York and also
the Hibernian anti-Orange Societies have
largely increased their membership since the
late riot. Mt. Beecher advises. the Orange?
men to parade nex t year without a banner less
or an inscription erased. They have, he says,
become by ace idea t the representatives of a
.principle which underlies modern civilization,
and If they fall to march through tue streets of
New York on the occisi?n of their next anni?
versary, they will betray a sacred duty.
; .' " -There are" lour hundred aid twenty visi?
tors at the White Sulphur.Springs of West
-. Virginia, - Uh J" mg urn vats average frrmay a+
day. There are two hundred visitors at Alic-1 ]
.ghany Springs, one hundred and fifty at Ca- ,
. pon, one hundred and fifty.at Bawley, fifty at |
- Stockbridge Baths, one hundred^ at Healing,'
One hundred and twenty-li ve at Hot, one bun-1 '
dred and'fifty at.Kock Alum, fifty at Salt Sui- 1
phar, seventy-five at Old Sweet, fifty ot Sweet.
Chalybeate, and filly at Warm Springs. . '. j
. - -Theprison of Bowen ls described as hav- '
lng been the most .comfortable place Jn Wash- *
ington during the hot weather. There were
no bars to the windows, and the door opened I .
Into a cool and shady yard, where the Immur I.
ed Congressman lolled at ease, read the -pa?
pers, received company, smoked cigars, and
. ale the well-cooked meals which were brought .
'to him from - his home. It would appear, on
the whole, .that one of the most desirable
pleasures ol Washington ls to get put, into
jalL ... . . ... ,
- -A New*York letter tells us: "Mademoiselle :
.N ?lsson h as shipped her lover end- her dame de ' ,
?compagnie, Mrs. Richards, bock to Europe to- ,
gether,'and has gone off (with only her maid) ,
'with'Judge Staughton and wife to their coun?
try home In Vermont. From there she goes to. [
"Newport with them, they having taken the old 1
Governor Gibbs house for tho, summer. The
story is, that Mrs. Bichar?s has been gotten
rid of for the reason that she is the person
. who made the match between Mademoiselle:
and the young -Frenchman who has recently
been here, and whom Mademoiselle does not
.now intend to marry. So Madame-Bichar?s'
and the lover were dispatched together, and
Nilsson is going td manage affairB herself n ) v,
according to the approved American plan."
-The earthquake, which' about1 once a year
Shakes up unrepentant New England In the
-midst of its si ni ul ness, has come uronnd again,
..and.this time even rang the church bells eu
Toute to give emphasis lo its premonitory pur?
port'The "quake" seems to have been first
experienced at Portland, Maine, a little before
. 1 o'clock on Thursday morning, as announced
In our dispatches. Telegrams state that the
shock was felt during the morning at Saco
and Brunswick, Maine, about the same hour, ,
and tte direction of the "wave" was from
north to south.- It was felt also at Boston,
Massachusetts, Portsmouth and New Hamp?
shire. At Concord, New Hampshire, at five
minutes to 1 o'clock the shock came heavily
along, accompanied by a deep rumbling noise.
Buildings were1 violently rocked and church
-bells rung. Reports from different parts of
New Hampshire indicate that it was very gen?
eral through that State"."' - -. .' .
, : -The Utica Herald gives an account of a
singular balloon chase which occurred in the
-clouds over Poughkeepsie. A Mr. Squire and
a'Miss Thur jtoqpthe latter'said to" be a well
educated young lady ol nineteen-started to?
gether, but In separate balloons. Sqoire
ascended nearly to-the clouds,'but, seeing
that Miss Thurston was not following him
very fast, descended to give her Instructions.
Before he reached the young lady, however,
she threw out the contents of two sandbags,
and shot up like a rocket into the clouds.
Squire allowed his balloon to drift under the
clouds* aud in sight of the earth, until over
Hyde Park,.when he threw out ballast, and
went, up through the clouds into the clear
sunlight. -?He says he' mast have ascended
nearly-half a mlle. above the clouds before he
caught sight of MIBS Thurston's balloon, which
was then at least four miles above the j^arth,
and looked to bim no bigger than a moira hat.
Indue time both the serial voyagers made a
saf? descent. ..
-The roll has been called In Paris, and the
'dead, wounded and missing counted up, .with
Ihe'remarkable result of showing 30,000 men,
I women and children slaughtered in the sup-,
.pression of the Commune, and 9o,000 prison?
ers taken. We may well doubt the accuracy!
of these figures; tor it Is given out that, ii ad-t
dillon to this vast 'multitude already disposed-'
ot, there are 50,000 Communists still in hiding,
sought after by the police. The cost of the
Communistic Insurrection in Paris ls" In any
case beyond computation In very definite man?
ner. The loss In property may be fixed with
tolerable accuracy; but the long list of mur?
dered prisoners, citizens slaughtered by Ver?
sailles shells during the bombardment, others
killed and buried with the falling buildings In
the week of incendiarism, and the uncounted
files of maddened wretches shot down by the
captors on the bank ol the Seine, can never
be satisfactorily filled ont. ' Perhaps 30,000 In?
cluding 6000 women and children, Is a tolera?
ble guess; but, whether it approaches the
truth or not, the tact of Its acceptance as accu?
rate goes far to show how terrible must have
been the carnage and how indiscriminate the
Will the RUT-Raft* Prc vail ?
' We have trustworthy information that ter?
rible discord reigns in the Radical ranks In
the city. The "respectable" members ol
the party can no more agree among them?
selves than the Riff-Raff. Even a Sunda?
caucus last evening failed to beget harmony.
It U likely that, after all, the Riff-Raff will
have their own way in nominating a ticket,
and that the respectable folks will be whip?
ped in, as usual, tsjits support Respecta?
bility and Radicalism, hereabouts, like oil
and water, will not mix.
, Mr. Horace Greeley tells us that, when he
hurls his plain Saxon at the mixed crew ol
new-comers in the South, among whom are
included so large a proportion of. unscrupu?
lous adventurers and political outcasts, he
notices a prodigious "ducking of heads," as
of those who feel suddenly conscious thal tie
cap thrown out by the Tribune man may be
found an unpleasantly close fit for thorn
selves. Nowhere, we venture to Bay, bas
this -'ducking" been more conspicuous or
more frequent than ia the case of certain
heads here in Charleston. The term "car
"pet-baggsr," even without the complimen?
tary and classifying adjective used by Mr.
Greeley, never fails to bring them down.
Daily they break forth into a woeful jeremiad
over some imprudent wight who has chanced
to use the awful phrase, and the vials of
wrath to come are liberally poured out apon
oar devoted city, which bas echoed, if not
devised, the fateful designation.
It is useless % tell the self-constituted
apostles of New England civilization that
the genuine carpet-bagger is he who comes
hither with the sole object of grabbing our
offices and plundering our people, and that
all new-comers not answering to this de?
scription ore thrice welcome in the South.
This is a point which neither Mr. Gree?
ley's representations nor those of the whole.
Southern press, can make clear to their com?
prehension. In their misery they crave
company. They affectionately throw their
arms around every resident who is not a na?
tive of South Carolina,ne matter howhenest
pr respectable, said claim bim, willy-nilly, as
a brother carpet-Dagger.
But this little game is about .played out.
The people-while and black-know the;
carpet-baggers. The carpetbaggers know
themselves. They always . "duck* their
"iipnaa.""""Tire' guoorcTtizeu" caa anora -to ?
laugh at.the nama To illustrate: We have
two candidates Tor Mayor. Neither can
claim the South as his birth-pace. One is
i carpet-bagger; the other is not. There is
a o danger that anybody will make'a mis?
take as to which is which. *
Organization of\U< Democratic Conse r
. -. votive 1'a.rt y-Tlic Virg i nia. Flan.
In the month of December, 1867, a. memo?
rable convention assembled in the City of
Richmond, "Virginia; Two years of tyranny,
following four years of war, bad driven the
people almost to despair. Something was
to be done, and that speedily. Great evils
existed, and greater evils impended. An
address, issued by tho convention, stirred
the people like a trumpet call. Better still,
an organization,' se mi-mil i la ry itt its charac?
ter, was perfected and pot in operation.,
lhere were captains of hundreds, captains
of fifties, captains even of tens. The entire
State became a political "camp of Instruc?
We .know the result. When the day of
battle came the State was carried by Btorm.
Organization accomplished the work, and
accomplished it easily.
Why should not the "Virginia plan be ap?
plied to tbe whole country ? It may be said
that the Northern people cannot be made to,
realize the extreme perils wbich environ
them. They cannot be awakened to the
dangers which await them if Radical mis?
rule continue during another administra?
tion. The reply is that organization, thor?
ough organization, will arouse them: Noth?
ing else will, nothing else can.
Virginia papers are culling for another
convention. John Quincy Adams, one of the
clearest and strongest heads in the country,
perceives that the tug of war is to be in Vir?
ginia), and* thinks it high time to consider
the matter of candidates. Organization
must precede candidates, and the Virginians
seem to have anticipated Mr. Adams. The
convention will oe cabed. The State will be
put in trim for the battle of 1872. Th?re
will again be captains of hundreds, of fif?
ties, of tens; and Radical money will again
be lavished on the Old Dominion in rain.
This we cannot doubt.
We would suggest that the thorough or?
ganization wbich will obtain in Virginia, or
something analagous to it, be applied to the
Union in its length and breadth.. We sug?
gest further that'a man of the first order of
ability be cabed at once lo the. chair of
the executive committee in Washington,
there to remain until the campaign is over.
Senator Thurman is such a man. He has
the intellect, the, sagacity, the experience,
tba reputation needed in such a position;
and he has that complete love of country
which will Induce bim to sacrifice personal
for high public interests. He bas the enthu?
siasm oom of passionate love of liberty, and
he can inspire his countrymen with a similar
Rhetoric cannot exaggerate the crisis
through which the American people are to .
pass. It is beat told in plain speech. If
Grant be re-elect?d, farewell to liberty.
Thinking men o? ell parties know this. Tlie
masses most be made to know and feel this.
r?Lse a? is lost By^?rga?izatioD, thorough
'orgarnzatioa; and 'oy that alone, can. they
'oe mSe to $? ow, fib feel, tir rally, to act
ps ib^tpoe&ole tfflPfln?in the TSI&'D? those
that oppos? Radicalism a Carnot, a Von
Moltke? Let him come to the front -
A Contest in Prospect.
" Colonel J. G. McKissick, bf Union, who,
it will de recollected, was the candidate of
the Reform party for Congress in the fourth
district of this State, is at present engaged
in visiting the several counties with the vi?w
of procuring sufficient testimony to enable
him to contest tlie seat held by-Hon. A. S.
Wallace. His ground of contest is that he
was defeated by fraudulent means. The
Yorkville ?nguirer ia not sanguine of the
colonel's success, as "the frauds practiced
"at the last election," it says, "were so care
"fully covered up that it will be next to im?
possible to get anything tangible upon
"which to hang a tale"
South Carolina College.
Professor M. LaBorde, for many years a
member of the Faculty of the South Caro?
lina College, and now one of the professors
in the University of South Carolina, pro?
poses to publish a second edition of his book,
the "History of the South Caroda College."
The first edition closed with the year 1857;
the second will embrace thc whole period of
its existence, commencing with the original
act of incorp-oration in December, 1801, atd
concluding with the act .establishing the
university in December, 1865. It will have
increased interest imparted to it, by contain?
ing several new sketches and additions to
the sketches of those presidents and profes?
sors who have died since the appearance of
the work. Among the new sketches will be
those of Judge Longstreet, Rev. Robert W.
Barnwell, and Professor Venable, of the
University of Virginia. It will be embellish?
ed by portraits of the presidents of the col?
A .Hodel Community.
A thoroughly peaceable country ls the
northwestern section of this State. At the
recent Term in^Oconee County the Court of j
Sessions had scarcely anything whatever to
do. Only three indictments were tried, re?
sulting in the conviction of one person of as?
sault and battery. Commenting-on this fact
the Walhalla Courier says:
"A population of twelve thousand souls,
scattered over a wide area, cpuld scarcely have j
behaved better, if put on their best conduct.
This, however, has been the proud record of |
the citizens of our county for many successive
courts. Ours is a whit copulation, and main?
tains, even In the present trying condition,
the honorable record ol the Caucasian race for
order and Industry. Every honest man, white'
br blaek, rich or. poor, native or foreign, ls
welcomed here, and ls protected In all .the
rights of a citizen."
The LaureoBvUle Herald, speaking of the
new connty movement, adverted to several
times heretofore in THE NEWS, declares it?
self sceptical as to the present Legislature;
making arrangements for additional sena?
tors from that section of the'State, (the up
SOMEBODY is bewailing,'in the Savannah
Republican, the fact that our sister city bas
no jobbing trade, and points to the example
of Charleston to show.! our Georgiffeigh
bors how to build up that department of j
GENERAL . BOMBASTES FURIOSO BUTLER'S
nomination of himself for Governor of Massa?
chusetts seems'to excite nothing but deris?
ion in that ancient Commonwealth. All
the Boston Radical papers give him the
WANTED, A COMPETENT~PERSON
to act aa Commissariat or a plantation, at?
tend to stock, and render general assistance.
Compensation liberal. L. E. JOHNSON. Jnly24
HOUSE SERVANT. - WANTED, AN
aotive colored girl as hons? servaut Apply
ai AP. 8 Rutledge avenue._? - Jnly24
WANTED, A CHILD'S NURSE D?ME-.
DI ATF.LY. Mast bring good recommen?
dations. Apply at northeast corner Rutledge and
Montagne greeta. ' , ? July?l-1
WANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN TO
COOK and WsBh and assist in general
noose duties. Apply at No. 7 Ashley street.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE AT
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, Nilsson Pads, 40c:
Lotta Baste, soc.; French Corsets, 75c; Sailor
Hats, Trimmed, 76o. . _jnly21-0*
WANTED TO HIRE, A MIDDLE-AGED
COLURED WOMAN, who understands
wasnlng and ironing, and is willing to work in?
dustriously. Apply at No. 04 King street, one
door south of Broad. _ Jnly21
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
ia the Land and Immigration Association
ot Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK. OAKY ? CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see my mends
at the ellice or Mr. C. ULACltJS, corner i-la&s Bay
and Central Wnarr. EBEN COFFIN, Sun-Agent.
WANTED, A SMALL COLORED GIRL
to do hons -work and make herself gene?
rally uselnl. Recommendations required. Apply
at No. 8 Cal Donn street. __Jnlyll
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small DOUSE, containing 6 to 8 rooms,
situated either in the centre of the city or near
the lines or the City Railway. Address X. Y. Z.,
at this ornee, stating terms, location, ?c.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native ol Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk in a house in Cnarlesioc. He ls well and
favorably tooan throughout East Florida, and
( an furnish satisfactory testimonials as to char
acter ana-qualifications. Address J. S. J., Nsws
office._' _ Jnlyl
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES
to secure now a position as Teacher in a
smiuoi or family, tor the 1st October, to teach
English branches, including Mai hematics, and,
if in a family, also French and rudiments or Music
ir required. Address, with full particulars" of
terms, ?c., P. O. Box No. 21, Wilson, N. C.
juu23-lmo* ? '
ANEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE-*
SIRABLE tenant, wno would take a three
or nve years' lease at a moderate rent. Must be
in western part or the city ornear the Battery.
Address, with full particulars, BETA, office or
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION or Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments or Music Address "D.," DAILY
NEWS office _ Jnnio
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries; isa stood Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally useful. Can
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
or TUE NBWS,_mayis
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
U - DRUNK.
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can be
administered in Manja-a-Potu, and also tor al)
For sale by 1 Dr. H. BABB,
No. 181 Meeting street,
QCtS Agent for South Carolina.
jar CONSIGNEES PBS MERCHANTS';
LINS Schooner I? LL Y will send to Adger'ap?orth
Wharf for Gooda, ali'not taken away will be
stored at their risk and expense. No claims al?
lowed arter goods are removed.
|.July24-lT. : W.JBOAOH A CO..
; -'pW* STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA- \
GiLBERT PILLSBURY, Mayor of the said City, In
pursuance of toe Stitutes of the said State and
the Ordinances of the said City, in such case
made.and provided, do hereby give notice that
an election for MAYOR AMD EIGHTEEN ALDER*
MEN of the Bald City will be held on WEDNESDAY,
the second day of August, eighteen hundred and
seventy-one, at the usual places of election
throughout the said City.
The nnmber of Aldermen to be elected.from
each-Ward ls as follows:.
Ward No. 1-Two.
Ward No. 2-Two.
Ward No. S-Three.
Ward No. 4-Flve.
Ward No.- a-Two.
.Ward No. T-One.
Ward No! S^bne.
The Mayor and the said Aldermen will be voted
foron one general ticket.
m the same time,'one School Commissioner
shall be elected by the legal voters or eaoh Ward.
The polls will be opened at seven o'clock in the
forenoon, and close at. live o'cloek in the after?
noon or the day of the said election.
[L. s ] . G. PILLSBURY, Mayor.
Attest: WM. R. Mnranii, Clerk of Council. ^
^NOTICE.-GENERAL AGENCY OF
TUE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
TBE UNITED STATES, CHARLESTON, B. C.
During my temporary absence from the State,'
the business of this Agency will be attended to
as usual, at No.' 20 Broad street, by Mr. J. R.
CHROTZBERG. WM. B. SHAW. .
Jnly24-m2 General Agent.'
??-WANTED, AN OWNEE FOE ONE
Coop, containing two FAWNS, received per
Emily from Georgetown, marked J. v. 70HN
STINO. SRACEELFORD A KELLY.
J01J24-1 j'/* s.'U
pW- OFFICE OF. THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR. THE BENE.
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET- ;
TNG STREET-CHARLESTON, 20 JULY , I87L-r
0 ill dal Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit or the Fr QC
School Fund :
. . CLASS No. 66-MORNING.
CLASS So. 96-EVENING. . .
51- 6-50-34-56-72-59- 3-69-57-48 r 2.
As witness cnr hand this 22d day of July, 1871.
FENN PECK, ?
JAMES G ILL ILA ND,
marji) _sworn Commissioners. '
pW NOTICE,-DURING MY TEMPO?
RARY absence from the State, WILLIAM G.
MOOD, JR., LS duly authorised to aot as my Attor?
ney. EVERT E. BEDFORD. ;
pW- TAX NOTICE."-NOTICE IS HERE
BY given to the delinquent Taxpayers of the
Town of Summerville, that if their taxes are not
paid by the lat AD gust next, executions will be
Issued to collect the same.
By order of P. K. COBURN, Intendant. ?.
Summerville, 19 th July, 1671. .-Jul y 22-3*
pB- TAX NOTICE.-THE TB?ASU
RER'S BOOKS will he opened for the RECEIPT
OF CORPORATION TAX, (at Mr. TORCK'S Hon BC,
at end of the Bridge,) on MONDAY, 10th Instant, '
and will be round thew every day between the
hours of 10 A. M. and 2P.M., (Sundays excepted, )
until the ist or August inclusive. Arter which
ttnie 20" per cent, wm be added, and Executions
issued against all defaulters.
TB OS. H. J Eft VET,
Treasurer T. M. P.
Mount Pleasant, July 6,1871. Jolyio-mth7 .
j9F3SE9355 BDI'I ORS-PLEASE OT
NOUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election, the name of General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblige' * . .
m ay 17_A FRIEND TO REFORM.
pW- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.-.
The Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at Iris office,
No. 68 East Bay, corner or Atlante Wharf. The
payment or Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on hand
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
In the field, and solicits aid to introduce another.
Persons interested in the work or seeking further
information will please call on the Treasurer.
j. N. ROBSON,
apr28-flTBOB_Treasurer C.-B. S.
pW-JBSi STATE OF SOUTH OAHOLI
NA, ORANGEBURG ' COUNTY.-In the Trial Jus?
tice's Court-WILLIAM .H. ?BARTON, (Bearer) J
Plaintiff, against T. ADDISON MURPHY, Defen?
dant-Summons for Money Demand.-[Com?
plaint not served.] '
To T. ADDISON MURPHY, Defendant in this ac?
tion: You are hereby summoned and required
to. be and appear before THOMPSON H. COOKE,
Esq.., a Trial Justice ia and for theOountyand
State aforesaid, on the twenty-eighth day of An-;
Bust, 1871, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at bis
Office In the Town of Orangeburg, in the County
and State aforesaid, to answer the Complaint of
the Plaintiff in this action, which is filed In the
office of the said Trial Justice.
ir you rall to answer the Complaint aforesaid,
at tbe time and place above mentioned, the
plaintiff will have Judgment against yon for the.
som of Arty dollars,wlth interest at the rate of one
and one hair per centum per month from'the
twentieth day of December, Anno Domini 1870,
and for the costs of tbls action.
IZLAR A DIBBLE,
Dated at Orangeburg, S. C.. June 26,1871. Wit?
ness my hand and seal. T. H. COOKE, [h. s.]
To the Defendant T. ADDISON MURPHY: 'Take
notice that the summons in this action,- of which
the foregoing ls a copy, was sled In the office of
THOMPSON H. COOKE, "Esq., Trial Jostice at
Orangen urg, in the State of South Carolina, on
the thirteenth day of July, 1871.
IZLAR A DIBBLE,
J cly : 7-m 0 Russell street, Orangeburg, S. C.
THE STATE OF SOUTH| CAROLI?
NA,ORANGEBURG COUNTY-In the Trial Justice's
Cburt.-LEOPOLD LOUIS, Plaintiff, against T.
ADDISON MURPHY, Defendant-Summons for
Money Demand.-[Complaint not served.]
To T. ADDISON MURPHY, Defendant, in this
action: YOu are hereby summoned and required
to be and appear before THOMPSON H.. COOKE,
Esq., a Trial Justice in and for the county and
State aforesaid, on the twenty-eighth day of
August, 1871, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at his
office, Jn the Town of Orangeburg, In the County
and State aforesaid, to answer the Complaint of
LEOPOLD LOUIS, the Plaintiff in this action,
which 1B filed In the office of the said Trial Jus?
If you fall to answer the complaint aforesaid,
at the tune and placel above mentioned, the
Plaintiff wlU take jadgment against yon for the
sum of sixty-two dollars, together with the costs
of the action.
IZLAR A DIBBLE, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Dated at Orangeburg, S. C., Jnne 28,1871.. Wit?
ness my hand and seal.
T. H. COOKE. [L. s.]
To the Defendant, T. ADDISON MURPHY: Take
notice that the summons In this action, of which
the foregoing Ls a copy, was filed in the office of
THOMPSON H. COOKE, Esq., Trial Justice, at
Orangeburg, in the County or Orangeburg, ia the
State of South Carolina, on the thirteenth-day of
July, 1871. IZLAR A DI BBLE,
Plaintiff's Attorneys, Russell street,
july n-ma Orangeburg, S. C.
A DGER . BIFLBi CLUB;-ATMl/
.?jL:Meetlng of your Club, at the hill OMbe
Marion Fire Engine Company, Cannon stree:,
TO-MORROW ..EVBNTHO. the 26th-instant, -at 6
o'olock. By order or the President. '
.J A. J. JAGER,
Jnly24-2*_Secretary and Treasurer.
T7IOURTH WARD WORKING COMl?lT
I- JE? - 'TEE will attend a meeting at Archer's Hall,
at half-past 8 ?. M., IDns.EVENING. Every mem?
ber will be expected. By order. . .
: PHIL. B?CHHEIT, Jr:.
Secretary Fourth Ward Working Committee.
July24 ... ......_
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9, A. P. M.
The Regular Monthly Communication of
this Lodge will be held THIS EVEKING, Monday,
July 24,1871, ar. Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock. Mem?
bers win take due notice thereof and govern
themselves accordingly. Candidates for Degrees
will please be ^punctual.
By order W. M. LEVI LOES,
Jnly24 " ._ . Secretary.
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE SUITE OF
ROOMS, with fine Piazza-situation open to
the west-on Meeting street, near Calhoun.
TO RENT, THE STORE: AND "HOUSE
next to corner King and Calhoun streets.
Apply at Wando Wprks. ,Jnly24-mthi3?
TO RENT, A LARGE WOODEN ! RESI?
DENCE northwest corner or Warren and
Thomas streets, cistern, gas and bath-room on
the premises. R. M. MARSHALL & BRO., Brok
ers, No. 33 Broad Btreet. _Jnry21-rm2
TO RENT. A NEAT TWO AND A HALF
Story House, Ne. 4 Mary-street. Apply at.
southwest corner Church and Chalmers street;.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE,- STORE AND
BAR-ROOM, No. SB Rutledge avenue, a few.
doors above Line street, now doing a goodcbuBl
ness.- Rent low. Inquire opposite or T. D. GRANT.
rO RENT, FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
. Doughty Btreet Apply-within. . ... Jnn28
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, or good quality, which are offered
cheap, call at NO. 27 Queen street, between
Heering aud Church streets._ fgbi4'
TT7RAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Tv NEWSPAPERS In large or smail'quantit'les.
Price 60 GENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS. . maylS
ABARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rupgles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low tor cash. Is nearly
new, cuts 28 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. .Price $40. Apply at TBS
NEWS Job Onice." _ marta
PRIVATE SALE, MARL. BLUFF
PLANTATION, on RoCky Creek Swamp,
feburg District,- Sonth carolina, 15 miss
blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 miles 'from Orangebarg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Chafcston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 102B^cres or land. 233 or
which ls cleared and under good fences; about.40
acres more cleared, but not under renee-all of
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn LandB; the
balance is first-class Timber Land.
A fi rat-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) in order
for Immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (S) rooms, outbuild-.
lngs all in good condition,- stables, barn, ?c., six
(6) framed negro houses in good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma-.
nnres, Ac The best of titles can be given. Any1
information either in writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. H. BA ER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston, S. Q. '. junie
jgOARD IN NEW TORE. .
Person wishing genteel'BOARD in the City or
New York for the Summer months, In a House
patronized by Southern ramilles, will And lt to
their taste ana advantage to can on the subscrlb- ;
er at No. 1 North. Washington^Square, before
making other engagements. Mas. WHYTE.
BOARDING.-A .FEW GENTLEMEN j
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by arv
flying at No. 12 Wentworth stree;. DAY EOAKU
NG also furnished. _ mayie
tost aria fount.
S~TiRAYED FROM ANN STREET7~IN
the direction of the Shell Road, oh-Saturday
last, a large red COW, with large horns and ears
cut, and white under the belly. A liberal reward
will be paid for her returfl to Mrs. J. LEVINSOHN,
No. 6 Beanfafn street. . . Ju'y2l-8*
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STREET,.
Dyes end Cleans, by means of steam,' Gentle?
men's,' L?flles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and! Lace. Curtains deaned and done,
up with tho Soft or Manufacturers'. Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
Mer Goods received and returned .by Express.
*jun22-iyr L BILLER, Proprietor.
fJIHE YORKVTLLE ENQUIRER FOR 1871
With the first of the year, the YORKVTLLE, EN?
QUIRER will enter upon its seventeenth-volume;
and the success with which the proprietor has
met in the past, in his efforts to publish a first
class Literary and Family paper; has induced him
to present attractions in the future, superior to
any heretofore offered. With this view, and for
the purpose or securing
ORIGINAL SERIAL STORIES '
of a high order, remunerative prizes were offered
for the three best, competitive stories. From a
large number that were submitted, a committee,
composed or disinterested and competent literary
gentlemen, selected as the most entertaining,
"AVLONA," "TEMPTATION," and "THE LOST
DIAMOND;" which, on opening the seals contain?
ing the authors' names, were found to De from
the pens or some of the most popular story wri?
ters; and these productions aie pronounced equal
to the stories Issued from any weekly press lh the
. THE PRIZE STORIES
will run through at leasff twenty-six numbers or
the paper, and will be followed by three'other
Original Stories ot absorbing Interest, written ex?
pressly ror the ENQUTRHR, entitled, respectively,
'DESTINY-A TALE OP BEFORE THE WAR;"
'BROKBN CISTERNS:" and -UNKNOWN"-mak?
ing not less than three hundred columns of Origi?
nal Stories tc be published during tho year,
which, in addition to the "Miscellaneous Read?
ing," adapted to all classes, the Agricultural De?
partment, containing practical and useful Infor?
mation for the Farmery "Reading for the Sab?
bath," under the supervision of a clerical gentle?
man of marked ability, whose graceful pen embel?
lishes his department In every number; a column
or Wit and Humor; together with Editorials on
appropriate topics; a compend or tile News,, at
home and abroad; Commercial and Market Re?
ports, and' being one of the l?gest papera pub?
lished in the South, printed in the best style on a
steam press, the ENQUIRRR will supply the want
ot every fireside, and sustain its reputation as a
newspaper tor th? family circle.
PRIZES TO SUBSCRIBERS.
With the determination to keep up with the
spirit or the times-the distribution or Prizes be?
ug a popu ar idea-the proprietor has deter?
mined to adopt a system or GIFT DISTRIBUTION
among the subscribers or the EKQUIHBR, but upon
a plan different from that so prevalent. In which
brass Jewelry, "dumb watches" and shilling pic?
tures are .the chief-attractions. It is deemed pre?
ferable to award ? substantial' gift, in au equita?
ble manner, upon the following plan :
Commencing with the first week in January,
1871, the name of each yearly subscriber on the
list, who bas paid in-advance, will be placed In
aboxprovided for the purpose. On each Wed?
nesday morning throughout the year, after tho?
roughly mixing the names, one name will he
drawn from the box-the pefson .whose name
shall be so drawn to be entitled to a prize of FIVE
DOLLARS In cash. ?^As names arc added to the
Hst they will be placed in the box.-s* The name
of the person drawn each week will be announced
in the issue of the paper succeeding the drawing,
and the money promptly' forwarded to the ad?
TERMS, TN ADVANCE.
One copy, one year."..$ 3 00
Two copies, one year. 5 00
Ten copies, one year, with an extra copy to the
person making the club. 25 00
Money can be safely remitted by "registered"
letter. Specimen copies wiU be sent on applica?
tion. Address L. M. GRIST,
decl7 . Yorkvui?.S. C.
? GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
THE MO UNTAINEEB,
, GREENVILLE, S. C., - .
Has the largest real circulation of any paper
in that section. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor aid Proprietor.
G. G. WELLS, Associate Editor.
PALMETTO DIVISION, SONS TEMPERANCE,
will 6tart on Steamer ST. HELENA on FRIDAY
EVENING nexp, the 23th instant, at, hair-.pa?t .8
o'clock, from Market Wharf. Tickets may' .be
purchased frcrm any member of the ' -
F. A. SILCOX, H. T. SUBAU,
F. M. HARPER, M. S. AIMAR,
T. C. JOWITT, G.L.G^COOK,
Jnly'24 A. A. PRINCE1
(tocmes, Xiqnors/ &z.
iTlTo^T W I N B
.Coarse and Fine BALING TWINE, in brindles of
fifty pounds. For Bale by the bundie or bale by.
. J. N. ROBSON,
NOB. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Joly24-mw2_And No. 88 East Bay.
QHOIOE FAMILY FLOUR.
80 bois. Choice Family FLOUR, "Sliver Lake"
brand. For sale by . J. N. ROBSON,
Nosed, and 2 'Atlantic wharf and No. 08 East Bay.
jnly24-l _. ; ;
JJAY> LIME AND LA.THS,
2,000 bbls. Good Fresh LIME .
200,060 Northern Spru?e Laths and
164 bales of Prime Eastern Hay. Vs: .
Now landtag from Brig 0. S. Packard, and for'
sale by A. MCCOBB, JE., ?
Jnly24-1 _ No. 217 East Bay.
0 RN AND HA Y.
9000 bushels Prime.Maryland White and West.
ern Mixed CORN
150 bales North River Hay.
Landing and for sale by.
SCUPPERNONG WINE, CLARET AND
. . ALE.
4 quarter caskB Red and White SCUPPERNONG
WINE-three years old
i? hhds. Panlllao Claret
10 hhds. St. Estephe Claret
600 dozen Panlllao .
loo dozen Margeaux Medoo. .:
60 dozen Baute Sarrterne
60 dozen Barsac
100 dozen San terne '.
20 caskB Bass'B Pale Ale-quarts and pints. ?
The above are warranted pure and good, and:
are offered at low prices by . ,
July22-smw8 KLINGE, WICKENBERG A CO.
QLARET ON DRAUGHT,
AT $126 PER GALLON. !
A fresh B ripply jost received at
W.-BL WELCH'S, -.
S. W. Corner Meeting and Marget streets.
AU Gooda delivered firee. ' ? )on24..
? ? ' il
jJATHORN SPRINGS W?TER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING 0iTAWBA
.. .'WINE. . . . . .-..-/ . !
BInnlDger'B Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin J
Assorted French Fruits, In own juice, patup'?D ;
? glass stoppered decanters 1- n r -
French Pickles, in fahey jars
India Currie, ta flasks .
Yarmouth Bioater Paste, Anohovy Paste --.
French Mustard, m glass pots
Queen's Olives, -Capers, .Bordeaux - Olive Oil, 1
Florence Olive Oil, Iq flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E.. E. BEDFORD,
Lafe W.' S. Corwin .jk Co.
janli . ? No.,276 King street. .
BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH I
Il CHEESE, Ac '. ;
RECEIVED PER REOBNT ARRIVALS, il
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, jenny Lindi Im-1|
Hatton English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine- '
apple Cheese, Young America C?ecse, Eidam Ud i
Sap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked tongues and !]
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beer, Pam-.
llyfPlg Pork and Plosled Or Tongues, j ..> ?. .
SUGAR-CURED HAMS. : !! =
? Du ?ti cid's,. American, Whestpnaila, Whitaker, ,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated |
White Sa gar-cured Champion Hams.
Forsaleby E.E.BEDFORD, .
Janll ? - NO, 276 King street.
BRE.MEN LAGER BEER '
. . i ? a . I
JV iDON PORTERS
CHAMPAGNE CIDER. ,
S. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. 276 King street.
; ItoUbing Material.
g BINGLES! SHINGLES !
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BUILD
ER'S DEPOT, No.' 04 Church atreet.
Junia E. M. GRIMEE.
flteB ?00D8, 4?*t..
rp HE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS 1
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES jgOR JUNE
GOODS FOR TBA VELLER3 AND STATERS AT
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.',
Nos. ?644 andi 437 Klag Street
Keeping their Stock new and fresh at all sea?
sons, are getting in dally by steamers,
NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for suits
Plaid and Chene Japanese Poplins
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hot weather
More of their best quality Iron Grenadines
White and Colored Piques
Beautiful New Prints, all the recent patterns, In
endless variety; Percales, also
Black Tamise for Summer and Mo 0 ruin g Dresse s
Black Oballiesjyery best quality
Black 8 4 and ?4 Mousellnes
Black English Crapes and Crape Veils
Crape Seta and Collars
Embroideries (a lovely lot)
Linen and Lace Sets
Linen Collara and Cuffs, Aa
ALSO, A PULL LINE 0 P
OASSIMERES, LINENS ?ND OOTTONADES
TABLE DAMASK ? i
? BEAUTIFUL STOCK .
LLAMA LACE POINTS
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Every tldng sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed but what ls
good or ita kind.
FTJBOH60TT, BENEDICT & COI, "'
j ma NOB. 244 and 487 Sing Street.
B. ;fiAT?SKE ?fe CO.,
T"BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HlT? ON HATB,"33lT Wl?EKXr*'lBTC?TVDffflrwi
.': VK- f. .-,:*/.'._. ? . rj ff ; f < -, i .
8H0l^BB8f 8tt>EB|-k?B?PS AHD BA-3^
Floor, Sogar, Co cree and Forte .? ?
Sy rap, Molasses, Batter and La^jn
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring '
.>T ' :-^wdBsh^ Balmion
With a fnll and well selected Stock er GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market ratea?
.03-CODNTRY ORDERS SOUOVtsp. ;? i. ..;.;*"
Also, always on hand, those good \''
PATAPSCO S. 0. HAMS, ". ""^ . .
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
.'. G..B ?; 0 E B I:;B' a.y - i
FOR F AMITY AND PLANTATION USE, IN THIS
CITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
WI L S 0 N'S, V " ;
W IL BO N'S, .
... i. .. ? . v}s ' i -? ...->i.<
No. J'8 0 6 ' C f??i9$bkBQ\\*&
No charge for Pao?dag.
NO. 80S . ;KTNO - Jt . ;
No. 800 . .Ema ST?
AH Goods delivered free ' .'. -'A
No. 806 KINO St.
of ohBTge to any j art .
Na 80S ' ' ... KING ST.
of City, Railroad Depots or -
NO; 806 : ?TNG ST.
No. 806 r---:i."- ET5G ST.
?-.-? ' .'
WILSONS' . ZGROCERY.
- Wearen?wdfletingTi'v. . ????> --. ;
?WILSONS?. ."..?'^. ',v'' : : GBOOEBT.^,
- Fine/Caear Drawing ;r.^^;:*:r. ..T? Sj
WILSONS' . v . : , ?gtg 7;k GROCERY,
W?LS0?N8* V-;*"-'-'.-'--4/".T-y.'-' '. 'GROCERY.
WILSONS? ll. ... ,. .iGBOjSBBT..
. ' ONE'DOLEARV,.V-,--, ;:-J
BO. 806 ' -*: , ':KT5G': St. ?
periponnd,-'r':: ??. -. ff- I
No. 806 ^ - TUNG ST. '
. Forty,rto.thirty cents a -. ?j
No. : 800:?-./K; v: :.''! ? KING - ST. 5
. pound below other ?..
M O. 80.6 . r. _(;;. KTNQ. ST*. . a
dealers.-^' '. ?
NO. 806 - V KINO . ST.
.wrLsoHS : GROCERY./. . : 3
CTOFFEB'si -OWF-BBSr-O'Oiy?c'EE?'t " *
RIO, LAG?AYKA, MARACAIBO, JA"VA, MOCHA.
We are no w par ch io g our own Coffees, an d . can
?afely reGommend them ,ror their fine flavor and
1^&hmiit distinctly unaerstood'thstwo donut
keep-any Gronnd,<;oflees?on' hand, prererrlng to
grind them' at the-time or purchase, and In tho
presence of purni ssers, thus insurlng a pare Ad v
fresh article.- 1 -v?: vii;- .Joi? .- 'V
Our Corlees are now ocnrldered by eonnolsseare
the.BBSTjabld.-; Glvatt^^?i?it;! .v>y ,\ . .. ?;
WTLSOS'S GSOCERYl Boi ??o,'38?i,'Charleston.
'ty^rimi AND ?nicE
Ji'26 harreis imr^rial'?r?nch wjn?iv?SE?AB...
2? barrete T^e; Wih'e^eKWr?f'^ ' ,
?" Agenta v?f abova;?nd;.i?T;? ic^ti?ittr ~a:f-a
. -For sale lov by.-^^A'J.'. . . ::?
-JnIy>lino- ; STEEFEN'SrWERNER A D?OKBR.
?j^OMr ^^flfe:! ELOUB? . : .
,. 1000 bois, Pine, Super, Extra and .Family^ 4
FLOUR. . For sale by,- ... . ,.
' HE?MANN BUCW3NKI.E,:
Jolyis ... ' f.., , KerKe Wharf..
A TL IN LE T'S OflEAP STORE,
N0T888" KINO STREET, *. -
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE'AND CARO?
LINA TEA AGENCY, '
. Yon can buy for one donar and fifty cents on?
pound Of the" very best YOUXQ HYSON TEA, OT
deh<?te flaVpr and great Btreh^th. =' , i -^ .
I For thirty cents one gallon b&st quality LIGHT- t
HOUSE OIL. '
. For se v?nty-.flv e c ents .one g alio n choice Silver -
: Drip SYRUP.- ;
For three dollars and Oft]' cents a Japanned Tin
CHAMBER SET, composed of three articles, and
worth fire dollari.. ": '^-.-.'r* ''}??" ' r.ojt^ ^
For fifty cents a LOOKING GLASS, .Which any j
buyer would think cheap at one ?ollar. ."
i EXTENSIVE STOCK OP
HOTJ8E ?TJBNISHING' GOODA, \
Than same qnallty goods elsewhere.
KA '~R '
HARDWARE, . ^ .
. i WOODBNWARB and ;
WILLOW WARE J?
PLAIN AND- DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
* 1 OGODS;
. i . : . ..'-Tir," ; : - . ' .'ni li? . .-' '.
. ' ?.. . AT
LI N'L E Y ' S mC _ E A P ' S T 0. B E ?
No. 888 King street,
CORNER BROAD STBEXT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTlSEMENTS takm at publishers' lowest
c&sh rates for ALL PAPEES m the United staffa,
WALZER, EVANS'A OOGSWELL.
decffmwf --. . ?- . ? .- .
.jP^MPEROR. WILLIAM CIGAR STORE L
SPECIE P?TMENTS^R?JSUMED AT NOw.v.310
? ' ? ?
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers. Whole?
sale and Retail Consnmen; of GIGAR?,-TOBACCO,
SNUFF, Ac an extra Inducement for their trade.
SPECIE PAYMENTS a; par exchanged for
GREENBACKS to the amcunt of perchase made,
without any advance npon the.Goods/ consisting
or all articles in bia line of business; . ., ?A
Orders extended to him. with Cash or City Ac?
ceptances, will be promptly attended to. An ex- -
am m at lon of MB Stock ls res pe ctr olly tollcl ted.
I ???? WlIilAM SOTOODBRT
Proprietor of Emperor WU Ila m Cl? ar s to re.
JnlylO//:, ? ?.:t!y;tp^.;;y.-.;; . . ?
E T ?H E B E^S.TT ..rr -
Buy your BOOTS A^ SHOES at
S . T ? E I R. E; B ? Sv
Ko.,41 BROAD STREET.
He makes theni.to 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..
The New ? M0 .
: BX ? B?.S.I.O B '. .Q,A^ITB?J?n,
Which dispenses with, shoe striniaand elastlCv
MADE TO ORDER at this .establishment.. .
-:OftP an'T.nTBrpine specimens. -
mayas No. 41 Broad stree^.