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Address - RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2C, 1871.
Persons leaving the city during the
summer season can have THE D.U JV
REWS mailed to their address at One
Dollar per month, payable in advance.
NEWS OF SLHE DAT,
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed quiet; uplands 20|c.; sales
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull and un?
changed; uplands 9a9?d., Orleans 9ja9id.;
sales 10,0*0 bales.
-Saratoga ladles wear earrings and neck?
laces composed ot' five-dollar gold pieces.
. -The Australian Meat Preserving Company I
have a profit of ?5000 a year on a capital of j
-The young Prince of the Asturias, son of |
ex-Queen Isabella, has just been betrothed to
his cousin, a daughter of the Duke de Mont?
- -Among the prisoners at Versailles at pre?
sen, there are 300 Poles, 259 Italians, 165 Bel?
gians, 50 Russians, 50 Hungarians, a few Span?
iards, and a score ot Germans.
-ThefPrince Imperial, son of Louis Napo?
leon, is a great favorite with all classes in Lon?
don, and is cheered whenever he makes hie.
appearance. Old Nap ls also very popular.
/ -The jollity ot the Germans over their late
victories,-and the growing fondness for the
beverage among Americans, are the two
causes of the recent enormous Increase in thS
manufacture of lager.
-The latest ondit in the fashionable world
Is that M'llo Nilsson will be married in New
York City sometime during the month of Octo- j
ber. Ol course Belgravia ls properly excited at j
the announcement, and hundreds will eagerly
" await cards. .
-Ont ol the 30,000 parishes of France, 8000
have BufJerecJ mere or less by the war. Ef?
forts are now being made-which are, however,
- coldly received by M. Thiers-to compel the
French Government to bring In a Jilli to
charge the public treasury with all the losses
Butlered by Frenchmen during hostilities; or,
In other words, to make the 22,000 unravaged
. parishes pay the lion's .shore of the damages
suffered by the ravaged 8000.
-With reference to the apprehensions ex- j
pressed lest the*German troops might become
demoralized by the war, the Frankfort Jour?
nal says: "The terrible war has not impaired
the discipline nor has lt undermined the hon?
esty, the morals or the manners of tbe men.
On tba contrary, many of the employers glad?
ly bear witness to the fact that a belter under?
standing between themselves and their arti?
sans neves existed than that now established
with men who, not long ago, had arms in their
hands, bnt who have now returned with a new
zest to their old occupations. Before the war
strikes were the order ot the day; aow they
are not thought of."
-The long mooted queslion of dividing
Texas into three ?or more States- is to be
brought before the people at the next election
In that State, the last Legislature having voted
to submit the matter to the people. Texas
now bas a population of 797,000. Tbe-proposed
three States are. to be Eastern, Middle and
Western Texas. The fir6t lies east of the Trin?
ity River, and has about 350,000 inhabitants.
Middle Texas, with a population of 250,000,
Iles between the Trinity and Colorado Rivers,
and Western Texas, 'lying west and south of j
the Colorado, has about 200,000 population.
This, question of subdivision is causing much
political agitation throughout the State. Texas
ls making very great progress, both in regard
to Increasing her population and in the devel?
opment of her resources. A large German
Immigration-whioh before the war was a very
Important feature'of the State's prosperity-Is
BOW helping to make Texas one of the most
flourishing of the Southern States.
-The recent elections lu Paris were con?
ducted in the. usual quiet way common to
French e' Mons. The polling places were es?
tablished a. the different mairies and school?
rooms. Within, seated around green baize
tables, upon which are placed the voling urns,
sit sleepy and elderly commissioners of elec?
tions, while at either side of the doors or
gateB stand sergeants-de-ville with a fearfully
bored look about them. The electors walk In,
drop their tickets into the slit in tbe urn,
and then walk out as dumb as m'utes. At tho
entrance-much os .is the case in American
elections-a few voters, friends of the candi?
dates, gather round with voling lists in their
bands, and offer them to the voters as they
pass in. There is none of the bustle observa?
ble which characterizes the elections in this
country, everything being conducted in a
quiet and orderly manner. The same listless?
ness prevails after the polis are closed, and no
excitement to know the result is visible on
the streets. The reason for all this is obvi?
ous: (he men elected to office are merely lo
conduct public affairs; there are no "spoils" to
bo distributed, and hence Ute Indifference of
the French voters.
-According to the latest advices direct lrom
Berlin, Alsace and Lorraine are giving their
captors a good deal ol trouble. The good re?
lations which lately subsisted, not only be?
tween the new Germans and their masters,
oat also between the French In the occupied
Cities and the invaders, have again given place
to animosities and jealousy; so much so that
disturbances tire anticipated in several quar?
ters. French Influence is said to be actively at
work, alienating the minds of late French?
men, and, indeed, French soldiers in regimen?
tals are seen in numbers in Alsace. The peo?
ple do not lake kindly to the in- j
troductlon of compulsory education, child?
ren, being generally cn-.pioyed In fac?
tories and farms. Various other new
institutions likewise give offence, the old
judicial Bystem has been abolished and re?
placed by a new one, leaving only one court
Of appeal. For the present, the use of the
French language is permitted, but only as a
favor. In three years German is to take , its
place, and parties not conversant with Ger?
man will have to plead by interpreters. Then
compulsory military service is to be adopted
at once. Such laws and enactments necessa?
rily breed discontent. As a consequence,
government now threatens to retract its
promise to compensate Alsatians for war j
losses, that promise having been only condi?
tional, and altogether an act of grace and not
or obligation. *
"-Tornadoes seem to be the order of the ,
.day, having shot ahead of conflagrations and
distanced earthquakes. The number and fre?
quency of very violent storms this season ls.
actualy alarming. They visit one locality,
sweep it as bare as a desert, and only leave to
reappear unexpectedly somewhere else. . The
last visitation of this sort, any particulars of
which have come to hand, occurred in Missou?
ri, Iowa and Minnesota. In the southern por?
tion of its track, the storm took the form
rather of a vehement wind and rain; further
north the greatest damage was done by hall.
It was in this storm that the sad death j
of Mr6. Lovell, struck by lightning while
kneeling in prayer, occurred, ia equally
distressing accident happened in Nemaha coun?
ty, where an old man named Westfall and his
two daughters perished amid the ruins of their
honse, blown down by the gale. through
the region watered by the Missouri property
suffered immensely, buildings, fences and
crops alike yielding to the destructive ele?
ments. In Minnesota, unless the accounts
given by the farmers are, as olten happens,
exaggerated, the crops have been well-nigh
destroyed wherever the storm was felt. Hail?
stones of enormous size fell in 3howers, and
cut down grain, corn, vegetables, shrubs and
even trees. Many hard-working farmers have
lost their crops by the hundred acres, and a
gloom seems to have settled, only temporarily
we trust, on the whole region.
The Two Tickets.
_ We place before our readers this morning
the names of the candidates for Aldermen
of Charleston, nominated last night by the
Citizens' and Radical Conventions. The
people can now judge of the merits of the
opposing tickets. There are some highly
respectable men upon the Radical list,
who have not hitherto connected them?
selves with the party; but they are too
pitifully few to have any controlling influence
over the deliberations of Council. The Citi?
zens' ticket, on the other hand, is wholly
composed of persons who can be trusted to
the lost, most of the candidates being men of
eminent position, large ability and trained
Who ls the Know-Nothing ?
The Radical organ published in this city
twits the Charleston public with that "cruel
"post befpre the war" when all the Repub?
licans of South Carolina, with the exception
of tbe colored population, were-maBticating
codfish en the classic shores of New Eng?
land. It charges that the Democrats, who
then had fall sway, abused the Irish "in the
"most cruel way," end in "the Know-Noth?
ing, persecution" of 1852-4 drove them
from the polls and "murdered one of them
"simply because be was an Irishman." This
sort of talk is a painful evidence of the com?
plete ignorance of eur virtuous contempo?
rary. When Know-Nothingism was sweep?
ing like a whirlwind over the Eastern States
it received, its first and final check .in Vir?
ginia under the leadership of that noble old
Roman, Henry A. Wise. * Only once did
Know-Nothingism raiEb its head in Charles?
ton, and then it met with a defeat so sudden
and crushing that it is remembered to this
very day. And with what grace can the
Radical sheet denounce, Know-Notbingiera
when the man whom it supports for Mayor of
Charleston, whom it praises for "honesty of
"purpose and kindliness of aim," is de?
clared to have held a prominent position
among the Know-Nothings of Massachu?
setts? ' It would seam that the boot is on the
The Old (initie.
All is fair in politics. This is the cry of
the Radical leaders, and they are not likely
to allow scruples of conscience to deter
them from playing anew the crafty game by
which they won tho blind confldenco of the
colored peoplo of thc State. The natural?
ized citizens or Charleston are now the class
whom, the Radicals would flatter and csjole,
and their ruin is to be accomplished, os with,
the freedmen, by arraying race against race,
and teaching one set of people that all
around them, who aro not Radical ofllce
hunters, are their bitter and unscrupulous
The colored people were as clay in the
hands of the politicians of the new dispen?
sation. Their passions were easily excited.
They had ail the responsibilities of citizen?
ship, with none of the cultivated intelligence
required for exercising their privileges so as
to perpetuate their own freedom without
encroachment upon the liberties of their
neighbors. Upon their bended backs thescum
of the North mounted to the high places
of the Capitol, and all that the willing vo?
ters gained was the cold shoulder, the whole
year round, except on election day.
The colored people of South Carolina gain?
ed nothing by their thoughtless alliance with
Radicalism. A score of their number fare
sumptuously, drive fast horses, sport dia?
mond pins, and count their ill-gotten gains
by tens of thousands. But the masses of
the colored people are poorer than they ever
were. They live upon scant rations of meal
and bacon, while their leaders distend their
skins with venison and champagne. The
generous forbearance of the whites is win?
ning upon the blacks and earning their con?
fidence. They know now that they cannot
prosper while commerce and trade, repre?
sented by the whites, languish nnd fail.
They begin to understand that they are
mere tools; that they are fooled and cheat?
ed from Alpha to Omega. And, as surely
as any body of white men allow themselves
to be led astray by pretty Radical talk, they
will, before many months, be thrown over?
board to keep company with the used and
The Lust Shift.
Their desperate condition is the only ex?
cuse which the Radicals eau plead. They
blow hot and cold ia the same long br?ala.
VowiDg and declaring that they desire to
heal up old wounds and to make this a UD?
ted people, they still strain every nerve to
draw a bloody distinctive line between the
native Ch aries to ni an and the equally worthy j
adopted citizen. While dabbing themselves
the apostles of civil and religious liberty,
they display, upon occasion, a Puritan in?
tolerance consonant with the prized tradi?
tions of their part)'. The Radical papers of
the North teem with abase of what they are
pleased to call the "Irish rabble," and yet
tbe Charleston Radicals, as Radicals, have
the wonderful impudence to ask for the Irish
vote. Representing tbe "Native American"
party, they coolly invite the support of the
Germarj, the Irish and the French citizens ol
:Charlest;on.,s..'Tbey have at the head or their
ticket'a prominent Massachusetts Know
Nothing, and still they' pretend to 'be the
friends of the foreigner-the champions of
The record is plain and easy to read. A
native citizen who votes the Radical party
ticket votes for continued trickery, a new
lease of stealing, a fresh term of jobbery and
wrong-doing. The adopted citizen who
votes tb at ticket sustains the calumniators
of his people, and votes squarely for. a re?
newal'af-sectarian agitation. Against the
conservative Republicans who, in this matter
of the city election, may act and vote hon?
estly and conscientiously, we have not a
word to say. But the events of the past few
weeks, confirming the experience of years,
prove that what may be known as the Pills- <
bury Party are steeped to the lips in Know
NothiDgism and the spirit of persecution,
and are, besides, the upholders of as venal
and impotent a municipal government as
this country ever saw.
The Friends Of the Workingman,
And in what sense can the Riff-Raff Know
Nothing party claim to be the friends of the
The Aldermen and their relatives and
friends., as well as those of the Mayor, con?
trol tho city work and take the lion's share
of. the profits. A poor laboring man who
drives a city cart draws his half-dollar a
day, and is kept on the brink of starvation.
But for ibis day's work the favored contractor
-one of "the friends of the workingman"
receives three dollars. The sleek official
pays out just one-sixth of what he receives.
Fifty cents for the voter, and three dollars
for the office-holder. Tbis is the way in
which the Riff-Raff Parly support the
.brawny sons of toil.
We ask the drivers of the city carts
whether they could not live in comfort if
they received three dollars a day, which is
what tbe city pays for their work ? Could
they not dress their wives better? Could
they not send their children to school ? Could
they not have an abundance of food instead
of barely enough to keep body and soul to
Now the workingman is cheated out of all
this &by the Riff-Raff officials. Perhaps it
will be said that the work could be done for
less. That may be. All that we demand is
that wbat is paid by the city shall be the
fair measure of what is paid to the working?
man. At present a full price is given, and
of this price the pet of Council draws five
sixths" and the laborer one-sixth. This is
Radical friendship with a vengeance.
The Port Royal Railroad.
We learn from the Augusta Constitution?
alist that Appleton ic Co., the New York
publishers, have negotiatedfor the purchase
of a leading interest in this road, and that
the necessary papers were to have bees duly
signed last week. Mr. Millet will be placed
in charge of the enterprise as president, and
tho road pushed forward to an early com?
TUE Columbia Union judges from unmis
takable.signs that real ?state at the capital
has decidedly.advanced in value. This is a
specie of comfort.
"?TANTED, BY~A RSEGTABLE
V V lady, a situation to do general house
work, assist in sewing and attend to children.
No objections to co In the country. Wages not
an object, as a comfortable home ls desired. Ad
Arras s. L., DAILY NEWS Onice._July20-2?
TTTANTED, A RESPECTABLE, NEAT
VV WHITE SEAMSTRESS ?nd Chambermaid ;
also, a competent Colored Female Cock. Apply
at No. 28 George streeL_;nly20-l?
WANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN AS
NURSE. Gall at S. S TilAUS, corner King
and Queen streets._July26-1?
WANTED, A NORSE TO MIND AN
infant and make herself generally useful.
Recommendations required. Apply at No. 104
WANTED, ASITUATIONAS A
Child's Nurse in the city or Ap travel with
a lady, or to do Chamber Work or wwtng.. Ap
ply at No, U Rpse lane._ Jnly.'6-l?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
WASH, and make herself generally use?
ful. Apply in Thomas street, one door from Rad
TTfANTED, A WET NURSE. APPLY
TT at No. 44 Warren street. July25-2*
TTTANTED TO PURCHASE, ALL KINDS
VV or Old or Secondhand Furniture. Par?
ties desirous of selling will get full value by ad
dresBlng P. 0. Box No. 473._Julyl5-stu4*
WANTED, A COMPETENT PERSON
to actas Commissariat of a plantation, at?
tend to stock, and render general assistance.
Compensation liberal. L. E. JOHNSON. July24
W~ ANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE AT |
ARCHER'S HAZ AAR, Nilsson Pads, 40c;
Lotta Busts, 500.; French Corsets, 75c; Sailor
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
la the Land and Immigration Association
or Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see my friends
at thc office of Mr. C. CLAC1C3, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent,
WANTED, A SMALL COLORED GIRL
to do housework and make herself gene?
rally useful. Recommendations required. Apply
qt No. 6 Colnonn street._July ll
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOUSE, containing 6 to 8 rooms.
sltnated either in the centre of the city or near
the tines of the City Railway. Address X. Y. Z.,
at this office, stating terms, location, A-c.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk In a house in Charleston. He is well and
favorably ku o-AU throughout Eaet Florida, and
c-sn furnish satisfactory testimonials as to char?
acter and qualifications. Address J. S. J., NEWS
A~ NEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE?
SIRABLE tenant, who would take a three
or uve years' lease at a moderate rent. Must be
In western part of the city or near the Battery.
Address, with lull particu.ais, BETA, olllce or
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION' of Governess. Will teach English
and the rudiments of Music Address "D.," DAILY
NB ?rs oin cc._;_Junio
4 N ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
J\. wants a eil nation; ls acquainted with Dry
lioods and Groceries; Isa stood Accountant, amt
willing to make hlmseir generally uselul. Can
give? first-class references. Address Veritas, Olllce
nt TUE NEWS._mavis
Cigars, tobacco, &z.
SPECIE PAYMENTS RESUMED AT No. 310 j
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers. Whole
Bale and Retail Consumers or CIGARS, TOBACCO,
SNnPF, Ac, an extra inducement for thelx trade.
SPECIE PAYMENTS at par exchanged for
GREENBACKS to the amount of purchase made,
without any advance upon the Goods, consisting
of all articles In his line of business.
. Orders extended to him, with Cash or City Ac?
ceptances, will be promptly attended to. An ex?
amination or Mattock ls respeotmily solicited.
Proprietor of Emperor William cigar Store,
of Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman are respectfully
jnvlted to attend the Funeral Services of their in
fant daughter, ISABEL A., at No. 3 Water streit,
at io o'clock, THIS MOUSING. jnly26
Of J. W. CORNISH, who departed this life July
2ist, at the Home of the Parochial School, aged 17
years, 3 months and 17 days.
A brave and manly Bplrlt, a kind arid affection?
ate disposition, and a conscientious discharge of
his duties as a Christian, were his characteris?
tics. Respected by bis acquaintances and es?
teemed by the many friends his frank and gene?
rous nature had attracted, bis death will be a
source of regret and unfeigned grief. Cot down
in the freshness of youth, hts spirit has gone to
resr, leaving In the hearts of his parents a void
which time alone can close. Sweet must be their
consolation that he died BS a Christian, prepared
to meet his Creator._? A FRIZND.
' . Spacial Notices.
lrom the State Mr. E. WALTJEN will act as my
Attorney. F. WEHMANN.
pB* WARD No. 4.-RESIDENTS OP
WARD No. 4, who are desirous of taking out
Naturalization Papers, will call on W. M. M?CK?
ENFUSS, Attorney at Law, No. ll Broad street,
opposite State street, between the 'norm of 9 and
half-past 2 o'clock P. M. EEK J. LUCAS,
jclj 25 Chairman Ward No. 4.
pst* STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CITY OF CHARLESTON-MAYOR'S OFFICE-I,
GILBERT PILLSBURY, Mayor of the said City, in
pursuance of the Statutes of the said State and
the Ordinances of the said City, In snch case
made and provided, do hereby give notice that
an election for MAYOR AND EIGHTEEN ALDER?
MEN of the said city will be held on WEDNESDAY,
the eecond 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 a3 follows:
Ward Nb. 1-Two. ^
Ward No. 2-Two.
Ward No. 3-Three.
Ward No. 4-Five.
Ward No. 6-Two.
Ward No. 6-Two.
Ward No. 7-One.
Ward No. a-One.
The Mayor and the said Aldermen will be voted
for on one general ticket.
At tho same time, one School Commissioner
Bhall be elected by the legal voters cf each Ward?
The polls will be opened at seven o'clock In the
forenoon, and close st five o'clock In the after?
noon of th? day of the said election.
[L. s ] G. PILLSBURY, Mayor.
Attest: Wu. K. MITCHBLL, Clerk bf Connell.
J nly 24_ '
^BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
SOPERB HAIR DYE is the lest in the worio-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tin ts or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE'produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, but
I leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The j
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 16 Bond street, Kew York.
pst* OFFICE OP THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION', FOR THE BENE
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, 20 JULY , 1871.
onida! Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fund :
CLASS NO. 99-MOEKIKO. .
CLASS No. loo-EVEN ING.
67-50-9- 21-38-77- 60-10-70-73-29 -C4.
As witness our hand this 25th di.y of July, 1871.
mav29 ??worn Commissioners.
pS- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of thc Charleston molo Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations, at his oillc'c,
No. es East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person ?
member for one year. Bibles are kept on band
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
In the Acid, and solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persons interested in tue work or i;eeklng further
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
3pr28-6mos_ Treasurer c. B. S.
over the store No. 307 Kin ? street, snit ar.ie
for light housekeeping. Terms moderate. Ap
ply up stairs._Jnly26-1?
TO RENT, PART OP A HOUSE, CON
TA I SING three or four tonare Rooms, with 1
large piazza, at No. 60 King stree.. convenient to j
the Battery. Apply on the premises.
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE SUITE OP
ROOMS, With floe Piazza- s: matten open to
the'weat-on Meeting street, near Calhoun.
TO BENT, A SUITE OP APARTMENTS,
confiding of three or four Rooms, pleasant?
ly located. Apply at this Ogg*. jnly2fl-l* j
T~~0 RENT, A NEAT TWO AND A HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary street. Apply
at the southwest corner of Church and Chalmers
fpo RENT, FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
J. Doughty street Apply wltli'm. Jnn28 l
Cost ano ionnb. I
STRAYED^FROM. No 6 LEGARE I
street, a white HOUND DOG, with brown
spot on the left side and black spot on left jaw. A
liberal reward will be paid foritsteturn as above.
A~~FEW GOOb^SADDLE .?NDnD^?^
Horses and Mules for sale cheap at CHRIS?
TOPHER'S STABLES, No. 5C6 Klog street.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, o? good qualltv, which are offered
?heap, call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting aud Chnrch streets._fcbll
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or a mall quantities.
Price 50 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the I
oltlce of THE NEWS._may 18
ABARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be 60ld low for cash. Is nearly
aew, cuts 28 Inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWS Job Office._mar23
AT. PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
Orangeburg District, South carolina, 15 miles
from blackville, on South Carolloa Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangebarg
Courthouse, on Columbia BrRuch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres of land, 238 of
which ls cleared and under good fences; about io
acres more cltarcd, but not under fence-all of
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Louds; thc
balance ls first-class Timber Land.
Atlrst-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
for Immediate use, ou a constant stream. Lum?
ber io hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
I comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, Ac, six
(6) framed negro houses In good order, lt also
has a Marl Bed on it winch makes it very advan?
tageous to agricultural i urposes for making ma?
nures, Ac The best of titles can be given. Any
information either tn writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. fi. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston. S. C._JunlS
jgOARD IN NEW YORK.
Person wishing genteel BOARD In the City of
New York for the Summer months, In a House
patronized by Southern families, will find lt to
their taste and-ad vantage to' cali on the subscrib?
er at No. l North Washington Square, before
making other engagements. Maa WHYTE. '
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can ba accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying: at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. ,. moyle
?'^rH?N^EFOEM WORKINGMBN'S AS?
SOCIATION.-T?ie members will attend the
Regular Meeting or th tir Association at their
Room, Borgard street; THIS (Wednesday) EVE
MING, at 8 o'clock. Punctual ta attendance, as
busines- of Importance to be Submitted
By order of President JOHN XISBETT.
JOHN F. VANDERLIPPE,
July26_Secretary U. H. W. A.
ATTENTION I CHARLESTON
-MOUNTED CL U B.-Attend a Regular
Meeting oryonrClub THIS ETESINO, 2sth instant,
at Archer's Hall, corner George and King streets,
at 8 o'clock. Entrance on George street.
. By command of the President*. -
JAMES M. NELSON,'
jnly26_Secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTION! MARION'RIFLE CLUB.
Attend an Extra Meeting of your Club, at
ball of Eagle Fire Oompany, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is de
fired, as business or importance will be submit
.ted. By order or President.
Joly2e ARTHUR G. MCCLURE, Secretary.
PALMETTO LODGE, ?o. 1, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Special Meeting TO-NIGHT,
at 8 o'clock. Candidates fdr initiation will please
be punctual. By order or the W. C.
? Jn)y28 _O. H. KENDALL, W. R. S.
AMEETING OF THE GENERAL
Finance Committee, also of the Sub-Finance
Committees of .the several Wards, will be held
THIS EVENING, at Lludstedt's Hall, corner of King
and Calhoun streets.
The Committees of the several Wards are alone
authorized to collect funda necessary for the en?
J. 0. H. 0LAU3SEN, 1
BENJ. LUCAS, General
OTTO TIEDEMAN, f Finance
J. 0. REED, Committees
E. L. ROCHE, j Mt*
- Committee for Ward No. 1-Samuel C. Black,
Ellison A. Smythe, J. Fraser Mathewes, E Stelling
and J. Stelber.
Committee for Ward No. 2-Theo. D. Stoney?
Lucias M. Jones, W. B. Minott, W. H. Easterby
.and J. H. Ostendorff. ?
Committee for Word No. 3.-G. Foll In, B. Boll
mann. James McElroy, D. B. Gllllland and Chas
Committee for Ward No. 4.-Colonel Z. Davis,
Captain A. Melchers, BenJ. Kinloch, Dr. P." M.
Cohen and M. C. O'Neill.
Committee for Ward No. 6.-Charles Foster, A.
0. Lengnick, T. D. Dotterer, N. C. Luden ahd C.
Committee for Ward No. e.-F. Streckfuss,
Hudson Lee and William Fisher.
Committee fer Ward No. 7.-J. C. Meyers and
Committee for Ward No. 8.-C. SchleppegrrelJ, F.
W. Johnson, F. W. Pieper, John Hawthorne and
H. Buck. _jnry26
CYPRESS LUMBER, TIMBER AND
.126,000 FEET 4 4, 6-4, G-l. 8 4 PLANK, and 4 by S I
and 8 by 0 Scantling, in rafts.
75,000 Cypress Shingles, at $6 and $8 per M.
100,000 PLASTERING LATHS, 4* feet, al $3 per
M. J. H. tsTEINMEYER,
West end Beaufaln and Wentworth streets.
Just received, a fine lot. For sale low at BH LD
ER'S DEPOT, No. 94 Church street. ?
Junie E. M. GRIMEE.
?Notices in BankruptiD.
H~ OUSE AND^LOT FOR SALET-T?M
now offering at private sale that No.
FAMILY RESIDENCE and LOT, now occupied by
Rev. W: D. Thomas. This ls well known to be
one o? the most desirable reesldences in the city,
on one of the highest points. House bas six large j
and comfortable rooms, with fire places in each
room. Kitchen attached to the House. Good
servants', accommodation. Fine well and cistern.
Superior garden spot. Beautiful lawn In front of j
residence, studied with noble old oak.trees. The
Lot contains - acres cf ground. Snch an op?
portunity for securing'a delightful home seldom
occurs. For terms, ?c., apply to JULIUS o.
SMITH, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
ureenvllle, 3. C._ july26-wrms
PTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-In the matter or JAMES D.
KIRKPATRICK, snrvlvor Of J. A J. D. KIRK?
PATRICK, Bankrupt, by whom a Petition tor
Adjudication of Bankruptcy was filed on the
EIGHTH DAY OF J CLY, A. D. 1871, in said Conrt .
In Bankruptcy.-This ls to give notice, that on
the twentieth day of July, A. D. 1871, a Warrant in
Bankruptcy was |i?sued against the Estate of I
JAMES D. KIKPATK1CK, and survivor of J. A
J. D. KIHKPATKIOK. ot Charleston, in the Conn*
ty of Charleston, ahd State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on hts own
petition; that the payments of any debts and
delivery of any property belonging to said Ban te?
mpt, to him or for his use, and the transfer ot
any property by him, are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors or the Bald Bankrupt,
to prove their debts, and td choose one or more
assignees of his Estate, will be held at a Court of
Ban Kr np tey, to be holden at No. 72 Broad street,
Charleston, South Carolina, before J.-O. CARPEN?
TER, Registrar, on the first day or August.*A D.
1871, at ll A. M. L. E. JOHNSON.
United States Marshal, as Messenger.
PALMETTO DIVISION, SONS TEMPERANCE,
will statt on Steamer ST. HELENA on FRIDAY
EVENING next, the 28th instant, at hall-past 8
o'clock, from Market Wharf. Tickets may be
purchased from any member of tho
F. A. SILCOX, H. T. SURAU,
F. M. HARPER, M. S. A1MAR,
T. O. JOWITT, G. L. G. COOK,
Joly24 A, A. PRINCE.
OOSUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, than the "CO?
LUMBIA" is lu every respect a first-class Hotel,
unsurpassed by any in the state or the United
States. Situated in the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup
?lled with every delicacy of the season, both from
ew York and Charleasen markets, the Proprte
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
QoteL where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure ol
every Tram. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprV w!m
[(FORMERLY HUNT'S HOTEL,)
CO LU M BI A, 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 will now compare favorably with any
Hotel at thc South. ?
ROSE'S Omnibus will convey passengers to and
from every train free of charge.
Also, a first-class Carriage for the accommoda
tlon of ladles.
junl2 W. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Thia House having been recently fitted up with
modern improvements and comforts and newly
furnished, now offers to those seeking a change
from the sultry air or the low country a pleasant
retreat. The Town of Anderson, pleasantly sit?
uated, not far from the Mountains, has the benefit
of bracing atmosphere and cool nights. There
are pleasant drives m the country, and Churches
for all denominations m the Town.
The South Carolina Railroad now sells Return
Tickets from Char.eston and back for $1410.
Board per month.$35 00
Board per week. 8 00
Every effort will be made to aid to the comfort
cf visitors. J. A. MAYS,
Jnlyl2-wfm6? ? Proprietor.
f ?rotaries, JCiqtiors, &t.
QOUPPERNONG ?WINE, CLARET-AND
4 quarter eas ks'Red and White ?CUPPERX05G
15 hhds. Panillac Claret '
io bads. St. Estepbe Claret
500- dozen Panillac '
100 dozen Margeaux Medoc.
GO dozen Haute Saut erne -
60 dozen Baraac .
loo dozen Sauterne
AND ^ ?
20 casks Bass's Pale Ale-quarts and pints.
The above are warranted pore and good,'and
are offered at low prices by
jnly22-smw3 KLINCK, WICKESBERG A CO.
pEACHES 1 PEACHES 1 PEACHES ;
Jost received a floe lot of Preserving PEACH?
ES. Parties wishing to procure the same would
do well to give ns an early call.
C. BARTA CO.,
July26_Nos. 66, 57 and 69 Market street.
jp AUL B. LALAN? & CO.,
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALEBS,
NO. 171 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAVE ON HANB, AND WEEKLY- BEGETTING:
SHOULDERS, SIDES, STRIPS AND HAMS
Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Pork
Syr np, Molasses, Batter and Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring . ? .
With ai fall and well selected stock of GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market rates.
49*COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
Also, always on hand, those good *
"PATAPSCO S. O. HAMS.
Coarse and Fine BALING TWTNE,. in handles of j
fifty pounds. For sale hy the bundle or bale by -
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Jnly24-mw2_ And No. 88 East Bay.
?JLARET ON DRAUGHT,
AT $125 PER GALLON.
A fresh supply Just received at
W. H. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All Goods delivered face. Juna*
JJATHORN SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
! Binningens Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fraits, in quart jars
'Assorted Frenen Fruits, In own Juice, pnt np in
. glass stoppered decanters
, French Pickles, m fancy Jars .
1 India Corrie, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater raste, Anchovy Paste
[ French Mustard, m glass pots
Queen's ulives, capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive OH, In flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Coi
janli _Na 276 King street,
XP2W BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
?1 CHEESE, AC
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER; Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese-, Young America-Cheese, Eldam and.
Sap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam- i
li y Pig Pork and Pickled Ox Tongues.
Duffleld's, American, WhestphaUa, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by- E. E. BEDFORD,
Janll No. 275 Kim? street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
ENGLISH ALES . !
E. E. BEDFORD,"'1 ' ..
anil r; Na U75*Kinc street.
J^ACE~CURTAINS, ~" ~ :
PAPER HANGINGS, AO
W . J . TRIM
Has on hand a large and carefully selecteds tock
of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, Pa
per Hanglogs, Decorations, Ac.
CONSISTING IN PART OF :
! A full Une Of WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin Curtains .
Brocha, Reps, Terrys and Satin Detains
All wool Damasks and Watered Moreens
French and English Cretonnes and Chintzes
Unen Coverings and Stripes, Bindings, Ac.
I Embroidered Plano and Table Covers
Victoria, Dining and Centre Table Covers
Tollanettes, Oil Cloths, Table and Desk Covermgs
Drapery and Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimps
Gilt, Walnut and Rosewood Cornices
Bands, Tassel Hooks and Pictnre Nails
Hair, Wool, Cotton and Moss Mattresses
Pew and pulpit Cashions,
AT No. 243 KING STREET, IN THE BEND.
Watches, Jctoelro, $Pt.
ALL, BLACK & CO.
No. 685 AND 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
Have Just received a fine assortment of im?
for Sporting Purposes-denoting Minutes, Sec?
onds and Quarter Seconds. Price $25. Orders
for every description of RACING and Presentation
Plate, executed at the shortest notice. Designs
drawn to order and Estimates given.
Also the largest assortment of READY-MADE
SILVIE AND TABLEWARE to be found in the city.
JprNE JEWELRY, WATCHES, &c.
THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention is invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, just received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KINO STREET.
AU the newest and most exquisite designs in
SETS OF PEARL. GARNET. ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest OHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Battons and |
stnda, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Locke'?, Charms and Mas?me
Pins, Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
Aew doors above Wentworth street.
0i0?eti?B, Cionors, 8t.
AG GING IjJBAGGING !
100 roUs Ludlow BAGGING. co yards each
. 60 roll? Ludlow Bagging, 100 yards each
10 bale < Ganny Bagging.
For sale by KINSMAN A HOWELL.
Joly26 No. 128 East Bay. Charleston, 3. O.
-.7?!?bls^BEEHiyE SYRUP. Forsaleby
? ' . HERMANN BULWINKLB. ".
v jnly?&f3. ? ?_ Kerr's Wharf.
"^TILSONS1 POPULAR GROCERY.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
G R O C E E I E S ,......
FOR FAMILY AND PLANTATION-USE, IN THIS
OITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
WIL S O N'S,*
.. '? . W ILS O N ' ^ t
No. 306 KJNG STV~
No charge for Pact lug
No. 308 EKG ST.
No. 30 6 - KING' ST.
All Goods delivered free
No. 3 06 KING"
cf charge to any part
No. 30 6 . KING ST.
or City, Railroad: Depots or,
NO. 306 ? JUNG ST.
KO. 909 ".' "KING ST."
We are now offering a
WILSONS' * ?-?'..-? GROCERY.
. Fine, Clear Drawing
WILSONS' , GROCERY.
At the low price of !* "'..* "v:>
WILSONS' GROG ERY.
ONE DOLLAR .
N O. 3 0 6 ' SING ST.
per pommy :
No. 30 6 . . KING ST.
Forty to thirty cents a
No. 3 06 ?>?-? KING ST.
' * pound below other
NO. 3 06. KING ST.
NO. a06 KING ST.
COFFEES! COFFEES! O OFFRES!
BOASTED AND GR ERN COFFEE, pf all grades.
RIO, LAGUAYRA, MARACAIBO, JAVA, MOCHA.
We are now parching our own Golfees, and can
safely recommend them for their fine flavor and
Itt wish ft distinctly understood that we do not
keep any Ground Coffees on hand, preferring to
grind them' at the time or purchase, and' in tho
presence or purchasers, thus insuring a pure and
fresh article. * - 'v
Our Coffees are now considered by connoisseurs
tile BEST sold. Give them a trial.
WILSON'S GROCERY, Box Na 383, Charles ton.
T?^HFTE WINE AND CIDER VINEGAR.
2& barre's Imperial French wine VINEGAR
20 barrels Non pariel Older Vinegar . . ,
20 barrels Table Wine Vinegar. ? " ' 7*
Agents of above and hive constantly a full
stock on hand.
For Gale low by -
jmyi-lmo STEFFENS, WERNER A PUCKER.
J1LO?R! FLOUR ! FLOUR I
looo- bb is. Fine,-, Soper, Extra and Family
FLOUR. . For sale by ._
HERMANN BULWINK LE,
JulylS_ : ? i?i Kerr's Wharf.
J^T LINL-EY'S CHEAP STORE?
No. 388 KING STREET, :
SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AND CARO
: ' * UNA TEA AGENCY,
You can buy for one dollar and flit y cents one
pound or the very best YOUNG HYSON TEA, or
delicate flavor and great strength. .
For thirty cents one gallon best quality LIGHT?
For seventy live cents" one gallon choice Silver
For three dollars and fifty cents a Japanned Tin
CHAMBER SET, composed br three-articles, and
worth five dollars.
For fifty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
buyer would think cheap at on? dollar,
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
HOUSE FURNISHING. GOODS?
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
WOODEN WARE and
PLAIN AND DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
A? . .?j
LINLE Y'S CHEAP STORE,
No. S88 King street, ...
-? ADVERTISING AGENCY,
CORNER BROAD STREET AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS m the United s tatS.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
LITE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THC SOUTHERN DYE HOCRE,
NO; 359 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with tho Sort or Manufacturers' Finish ; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
nsr Goods received and retuned by Express. .
j.un22-i)\_I. BILLER, Proprietor!
yyrj LL I AM WHALE I,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR,
No. 4S BROAD STREET,
julyl-stuthlmo ?CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATTORNEY *.T LAW,
NO. 7 2 ERO. D STREBT,
Charleston, s. c.,
wm Practice-in the State and Federal Courts
feb21' * ' * "''?.
T^T D. OL ANO Y, ^
.ATTORNEY AT LA
N. E. CORNER BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
Above Messrs. Killick, Wlcken'oerg & Ca's