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Meetings This Day.
Ward S Conservative Club, at 8 P. M.
Working Committee, Ward 2, at 8 P. H. .
Working Committee, Ward 4. at hair-past 8
Financial Committees, Citizens' Party, at hair
past 8 P. M.
Auction ?utes This Day.
Leitch <i Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postofflce, real estate.
Steffens, Werner A Ducker will sell at ll o'clock,
t 1 heir st ores, real estate an a ""horses.
R. L. Sutton, balita-, will sell at 12 o'clock at
the,Courthouse, schooner Fra^?e3 ?nn.
Henry Cobla & Co. will Jaj at 9 o'clock, at their
store, hams. sugar( ?c> 4
R. S. Pringle will sea at hair past 10o'clock, at
his office, household furniture.
ELECTION AsxorjxcEJ?ENTS intended for pub?
lication in, TBS NEWS, must, m all cases, be poid
fdr In Avance. __
2i DISTRIBUTION- OF PKEMJ CMS will take place
?his (Thursday) forenoon at 10 o'clock, at the Ca?
thedral Parochial school. The friends or the
school are invited to be present.
' HELD FOR POSTAGE.-Letters are held for.
postage In the Savannah pos tom ce addressed to
Sister Teresa M. Barry, Lady or Mercy, Charles?
ton, S. C ; Simon Benin, Charleston, a C.
CRUMBS.-Mr. John Ogren, of 8weden, re?
quis us to say that he was made a citizen la
the United states Court on Tuesday npon the
motion or Mr. J. E. Burke, and not or the Radical
attorney, erroneously reported as having charge
or his application.
WARD 8.-The citizens o? Ward 8 will meet
at their hall to-night, corner or King and Line
streets, as will be seen by the advertisement
There will be business or Importance, and every
good citizen will attend promptly.
^THE LANGLEY COTTON MILL.-Thia valuable
^manufacturing establishment between Aiken and
Angosta, which was lately reported to have had
Its dam carried away, bas undergone a thorough
Inspection. We learn from F,. J. Pelzerl:.Esq.*|
. one or the directors, who is just from tte spot,'j
that the Injury does not exeeed fifteen thousand
dollars, and, ata meeting of the directors, the en?
tire damage waa ordered to be repaired imme?
diately, and the machinery will be at work again
in afew weeks.
THE CONGRESSIONAL COXTEST.-The follow?
ing ls from the Washington Chronicle of the .24th
instant: "lt ls currently-reported in Charleston,
S. C., that R. C. DeLarge, whose ?eat In Congress
ls contested by C. C. Bowen, has consented to
withdraw and yield the contest to'Bowen. ; This
ia supposed to be from the knowledge that the
proof or fraud on the part ot his friends in tho
election is In contestable. Mr. DeLarge, it ls said,
will-accept the position of postmaster or collector j
of the port.?
THE SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS.-The following
gent it men have been nominated by. their respec?
tive wards for school commissioners on the Citi?
Ward 1-Rev. W. B. Tates.
Ward 2-N. Russell Middleton, L.L. D.
Ward s-Major G. L. Buist.
Ward 4-B. Lucas.
Ward 6-Hon. Wm. Aiken.
Ward 6-Thoa. F. Hogan.
Ward 8-A. L, Tobias.
The following are the' candidates far school |
commissioners on the Radical ticket: '
Ward i-Tobias Scott.
Ward 2-J. wullman.
... WardS-M. Caulfield.
Ward 4-C. G. Memmlnger.
Ward 6-A. L. Hammond.
Ward 6-T. E. Hogan.
Ward 7-James White.
I Ward 8-N. T. Spencer.
THE UNITED STATES COURT.-The District
Court was opened at ll o'clock yesterday mom
mg, Hon. Geo. S. Bryan presiding.
Jerry Murphy, of Ireland, and Tycho Reenstjor
na, of Sweden, filed notices or their Intently, to
become citizens or the United States, and cerufi
cates to that ellect were duly issued to them.
In the matter of M. A. Shelton, bankrupt, the
assignee was ordered to pay to W. B. Scott the
proceeds of the sale of a lot m Chester, & 0.
The following having complied with ali or the
requisites of the act of Congress, were duly sworn
and enrolled as citizens or the United States:
On motion of Major Butts-Wm. H. Rlstlg, of.
Hanover; M. Pellesler, of France; John Sherry, of
Ireland; Peter Frincovich, of Austria; Pat. Gay?
nor, of Ireland ; W. A. H ord; of Montreal; Thomas
Maher, Thomas O'Neill, Wm. Powers, James Sly,
of Ireland; Max Be ut zer, pf Prussia ; John Church?
ill, ?r Bavaria; James Cannon, Michael Dunlap,
Michael Hennessey, John Hassett, or Ireland; Ey.
Jacobson, Fred. Rimtworth, or Hanover; Daniel
Leary, of Ireland; J. c. Ludwig. oT France; Thoa.
McMahon, Patrick McKeana, of Ireland; H. 0.
Mensing, or Hanover; C. Flange, of Hesse; Ra?
phael Ruggiero, or Naples; J. M. Schwadskl, of
Hanover; Wm."J ones Trim, of Ireland; Jacob M.
Williams, of Poland.
On motion Of J.C Min 011,; Es q.-F hil lp Austin*
Of Great Britain; J. E. C. Braver, or Prussia; John
Begley, Thoa. Dougherty, Jas. Delaney, Thomas
Gleason and Wm. Horan, of Ireland; John Hol?
lins and H. J. W.-Dunkin,- of Hanover;, Francis
Lasslcb, or Poland; Otto J. Mey erhoff, of Bremen ;
J. C. Oct rich, ol Hanover; F. J. Ruckle, of Prasiia
Conrad Schnell, of Prussia;- Martin Tim mons and
John Wallcce, of Ireland; By. Witt,' or Hanover
JOB. williams, or Tuscany; John Ogren, or Sweden
Wm. Baker, or Deland ; H. Bnlwlnkle, of Hanover
R. Berry, of ireland; Ju bus Boksen, of Prussia
J. F. Bosch, of Hanover; Pat Corcoran and P,
Cullinane, of Ireland; J. D. Bosch er, of Bremen
John Dunn, of ireland; Hy. Gerdts and J. H. Elbs
of Hanover; H. Ferguson, of Scotland; Ernst j,
Hlnners, of Hanover; Jose Jara, of Ecuador; Jos,
Kleinjohann, or Westphalia; Antonio Leon, or
Sicily; L. Moorgeen, or France; Wm. Moran, Dan
M'Kewn, A McNeill, Mathew McNeill and Pat Mar
fkpby, or Ireiand; C. Plath and E. W. Pranser, of
Prussia; John Alaine, of Spain; Wm. Cuthbert,
Martin Devine and James Dogan, of Ireland; Chas.
Eckhardt, of Hesse; Jaco'b Enber, or Hanover
Chas. Fioethman and A. Benne, or Prussia; Pat
Haly, of Ireland; John Erase), of Bohemia
Michael Kelly, of Ireland; George Koeal er, of
Delssel; Thomas Koester, of Prussia; P. J,
Kennedy, of Ireland; C. H. Lnhrs, of Prussia;
Patrick Laflan, or Ireland; Edward J. Lewith, of
Austria; John Laflan and John Mahoney, of Ire
land; Julius H. Mancke, or Prussia; James.P.
McGrotte, N. Mernangh, John McMahon, Thomas
Nestor, or Ireland; Paul Orpogan, or Switzerland ;
Andreas Poppen, of Hanover; J. c. Rosencrantz,
of Prussia; P. Slattery and Patrick Shean, of Ire?
land: Lewis still, of. Saxony; J. H. w. stem mer
mann, of Hanover;- Constant Scherte and H.
Scarff, of PrnsBla; G. Williams, or Italy; J. Wlrd
mer, or Switzerland; Antoine Walter, or W?rtern
burg; L. Witz rrack, D, Wehrs and 0. Wenker
mer, or Prussia; W. Wanaker,.or Hanover; Fred.
Witt and C. G. Zerbst, of Prussia; Francis Burke,
Thomas Coleman. John Fitzgibbon and Edward
Fortune, of Ireland; Joseph Flynn, of Great
Lrltaln; N. Hollings and H. C. Meyer, of Hanover;
John Prendes, of Spain; A. Pa:frick, or Prussia;
Samuel Rollins, of Mexico; Cornelius Scanlan, of
Deland; John Yonkerwitz, or Austria; F. Quhillo,
or Italy, and T. H. A. Kerber, or Prussia.
The assignee or C. C. Langston, bankrupt, was
ordered to advertise and sell the real estate,
which had been sold without order and without
the consent or a hen holder on a credit or six
months, the lien creditors bel?g previously noti?
fied to prove their claims.
On petition of Henry Burk, the naturalization
papers issued to him la 1856 were renewed.
A meeting of the creditors or the estate or J. N.
M. WohRmaun, bankrupt, was ordered at the of?
rece of Registrar Carpenter for the ist day or Au?
gust, at ll o'clock.
The accounts or Y. J. Tobias, assignee or Th os.
Bcnnell and N. Drummond, copartners, having
been approved by the registrar, were allowed by
tbotcourr, and the assignee was discharged.
Adjourned ontil 11 o'clock this morning.
THE NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
Laying the Corner Stone of the Mona?
ment-The New Lot at Magnolia-.Ad?
About half-past five o'clock yesterday afler
noon the members of the Kew England Society
assembled at Magnolia Cemetery for the purpose
of laving the corner-stone of toe monument
which will adorn the plot of ground lately pur?
chased by the society in the western part of the
Cemetery. Quite a number of ladles were pres?
ent. The afternoon was calm and clear, and the
members of the society, with uncovered heads,
grouped around the sacred spot, formed a strik?
ing and interesting picture.
foe ground, which had been prepared for the
I occasion, la situated on tho left of the en?
trance, just in front of the lot belonging to the
Orphan Asylum. It forms a parallelogram abtut
48 feet long by 24 feet wide, and 1B Inclosed by a
simple granite border, io inches wide and l foot
nigh. The interior ls raised from the surrounding
ground, and ls already ten anted by two silent oc?
cupants. The monument will stand in the centre
of the lot, on a brick foundation. It ls made or
gray granite, the foundation being about five feet
sqnare. Upon this base four pillars will rise, end?
ing m a neat octagonal column at the top. On
the fourth piece ls inscribed, "New England So?
ciety, 1810.'' In the brick foundation was a square
opening, with a piece of stone to flt lt closely.
The exercises were opened by a fervent prayer,
appropriate to the occasion, by the Rev. W. H.
Adams, pastor of the Circular Church.
In behalf or the committee on charity, Dr. R.
Lebby then read the following address :
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, J
Cm OF CHARLESTON, July 28th, 1871.)
Mr. President, james fi. Campbell, ana Gentle?
men of tue New England Society:
We are this day assembled m this "City or the
Dead" to dedicate a section of this silent domain
to New England Society charity-a virtue which
has always atoad forth in bold relier-and confined
not only to this society, but common to all similar,
societies in this "City by the Sea."
The selection and purchase or a section in this
"City or the Dead" was introduced to the notice
or the New England Society in December, 1862.
The committee appointed at that time, with one
exception, have departed and gone to "that
bourne from whence bo traveller returneth." At
a meeting or the society held June,2,1869, the
subject was again called up from the journal, and
a committee appointed, consisting or Dr. Robert
Lebby, A. n. Hayden and Frederick Richards,
Esqs., to carry ont the original intention of the
-New England Society of.provldlng a anal resting
-spovfor indigent and other natives of New Eng
land'and their decendants who might die m this
At a meeting or the society on' December 1st,
i860, Dr. Robert Lebby, chairman of tba commit?
tee, read the rollo wing report to the society :
The committee appointed June 2d, 1869, to se?
lect a lot or lots at Magnolia Cemetery for inter?
ring deceased indigent members of this society
and others, respectfully report that they have dis?
charged the duty assigned them, abd selected
three lois, as per plat annexed, and believe the
.-ame can be obtained for three hundred dollars.
The site selected ls directly in front of the Orr
.phau Asylum lota and ls an eligible location for
the New England Society. '
The committee respectfully recommend to the
society to parchase the lota and place them under
the care;or the committee on charity, ora special
committee, to be known as the cemetory commit?
tee of the New England Society, andt;;at tbey be
authorized, if the lots are purchased, to have
them cleared and cleaned np.
' (Signed) . ROBERT T.kUY,
A. H. HAYDEN,
The report waa unanimously adopted, and the
same committee was authorized to complete the'
purchase and turn over the charge of the lots to .
the committee on charity. -
On tbe 9th or March, 1889, the committee re?
ported that, the purchase or the lots had been
concluded, and that they would be enclosed with
a wild-orange hedge.
The committee also submitted a plan lor a
monument, lt was
Resolved, That the. committee on charity .-be
authorized to mature apian and furnish an esti?
mate of the cost or a suitable monument, and ta ,
report at the next meeting.
June 2, 1870, the committee on charity sub?
mitted ap'an rora monument to be erected-in
Magnolia Cemetery lots; aUo, a letter from the j
Plummer Granite Company bearing on the cost.
On motion of Mr. nichants 'lt was * 1
Resolved, That the subject or the monument be '
referred to the committee on* charity, with foll ,
power to act as In their judgment seemed best.
The total cost of the lots and monument,.with 1
other Incidental expenses connected with the t
same, wdl not exceed two thousand dollars ,
The ground has been opened to receive Tor the
first Interment the body of Mr. Edward J. Norri*. <
a ttroogur, burn Bt~Antrona, Tj^Dt? JBIOUU, *uij ?%, ? \
1809, who died in Charleston, May 17. 1870; and
again to receive Into UB bosom the Dody of Dr.
John T. Cole, son of Rev. Jonathan J. E. E. Cole,
of Newburyport, Mass., who died of consumption <
in the City or Charleston cn January 3,1871, aged i
29 years. .. - ' .
The duties assigned to the committee are now
abont to terminate. 1
Mr. President and gentlemen or the New Eng?
land Society, here ls your cemetery-enclosed
with New England granite, emblematic or Ply
mouth Rock, upon which our forefathers first <
landed on this Western 'Shore. . j
There win stand your monument, as soon as
you deposit In its foundation this jar, containing 1
a copy or the constitution and names or the roun?
ders and members or the Kew England Society, 4
and other relics, with the newspapers or the day. ,
A granite column will surmount this base. At '
this entrance the N. E. S. will inform the visitor I
that this ls tke final resting place, In South Caro?
lina, of indigent and unfortunate Kew England- .
era and their descendant*, who die here Ina
strange land, but cot among "strangers. 1
Here, Mr. President, you behold the fruit of the I
labors ox that band of-kind hearts And noble
spirits, sons of New Eughud, that assembled in ,
thia CRy.orCharleston on the 19th January, A. D. 1
1819, for the two-r. dd purpose or keeping alive in !
their minds the memory of the land ol their birth ,
and the institutions handed down from their .
fathers.- Another, a higher object with them, ?
was to organize an efficient system of relief for I
such or the sons or New England as might be ar- <
rested by the hand or disease, or. chill or penury
In this city. Animated by these pure and holy '
sentiments, directed to the same great end, tbe i
different elements of which onr society ls com- ,
posed harmonize lo produce one noble result.
And the steady Increase of our n umbers, the cor- '
dial co-operation which exists among ns. show
that m emulating the example of our Pilgrim ,i
rathers in all . things good, we follow them not
when leading to narrow and sectional conclu- 1
In that first assembly we find recorded the ,
names or Nathaniel Russell, Joseph Winthrop,
Doddrlge Ciocker, David W. Leland. A. S. Willing
ton, B. F. Donkin, and others of a kindred spirit, i
or that noble band or gentlemen, in the provi- .
dence or Almighty God, but one remains to wit?
ness tho triumphant progress of the institution 1
which they first pat Into operation. "Death has l
been busy among them; Time has laid his hand .
on one a [ter another of the gronp, and they have
gradually fallen asleep and rested from their good 1
worka below.? . i
Slr, re are permitted this day to see In our ,
midst, on this interesting occasion, the only sur?
viving patriarch or that band of Intelligence and. ..
purity whlch brought this society into existence
Hon. BeDjamln Fannel Dunkin-standing here as
he does, on the confines of two worlds, the natl1. "
representative or New England and fcou'h Caro- :
lina's, representative, aa the learned Jurist and up- i
right Judge or his adopted State. .
Thc State or hts ' adoption -honored him with
the mant)e of her chief Justice, and by the purity <
or his legal . and. Christian ure he bas brilliantly '
reselected Dack that honor, by preserving his in?
tegrity and tuj ermine cf lils mantle untarnish?
ed, without spot or blemish South "Carolina
claims Mm as her son,' ' in whom there is no gulle."
Mr. President. In behalf of my colleagues, I have '
the honor to tender for your acceptance, as the
representative bead of the New England Society,
this cemetery and its monument. May lt last as
long, as time, *aud when -it shall crumble away
amidst the "crash or worlds," may the kindred
dust of those it represent, be reanimated and
ascend amongst the redeemed of the Eternal
World. A. H. HAT DEN,
. . D. F. FLEMING,
C. R. BREWSTER,
. E. w. EDGERTON,'
L. T. POTTEK,
JAMES R REID,
ROBERT LBBB7, M. D.
The Hon. James E. Campbell, president of the
society, on receiving cl arge of the monnment
for the society, satd that- In the name or the so?
ciety he returned thanks to the committee for the
faithful and thorough performance of their duty.
They approved or air thc arrangements that had
been made, and every heart must pulsate in re?
sponse to the sentiment.* concerning the revered
member who alone of all the founders or the so?
ciety yet survived. They had assembled here
with uncovered beads ror the performance or a
work which must meet with the approbation and"
sympathy or every thinking person-to raise
a monument to keep sacred the memory
of their dead. He had but one remark to.utter.
There waa one sentiment upon which all creeds
and sects, whether Jew or Christian, infidel or in
the faith, were united, which obliterates- all dis?
tinctions between civilization and barbarism-a
pious reverence for the dead and the burying
placeBfor the dead. Perhaps lt was the only tie
common to every race. Ther? was no tribe or
race so degraded as not to have feelings of
reverence ror theburlal place or the dead. They
were here to unite in this sentiment-a bond per?
vading the whole human race. He was glad to
be here. He was glad that the honored survivor
or their found ere was present to participate fin
this ceremony at this venerable period of lils
lire. They were here to do homage to the senti?
ment he had just spoken of.
A glass jar, containing pieces of money, a list of |
the members and founders of the society, the re?
ports of the committees, the daily papers, and
the constitution of the society, was then placed
in the foundation stone, and covered over with-a
closely Utting brown stone by the president, who
further remarked that he hoped that the solid
granite of which the monument was composed
would be Indicative of the strength and per?
petuity of their society, and of those stern manly
graces which should ever characterize the con.
duct of ltB members.
The H.?n. Benjamin P. Dunkin, the only survi?
vor of-the original membera of the society, then
said : lt would n 01 be proper for bim to add much
after what he had heard. Hore than a half cen.
tory bad elapsed 3lnce a compny of gentlemen
assembled at the old Coffee Jouse in Tradd
street to organize this society. Many of them, If j
not directly descended from the Pilgrims, were
closely connected with their descendants. Their
anniversary was the day upon-which the Pilgrims
landed on Plymouth Rock. Their officers were
Nathaniel Russel, of Rhode Island, and after?
wards Joseph Winthrop, of. Massachusetts-a
worthy representative of a long line of ancestors
who had landed In the Mayflower. Many were
older, and some were younger than himself,
and he waa startled a short time since to know
thai he alone survived of that goodly company.
Their work, however, yet prospered. They had
organized an association to administer the kind
offices of ufe to the indigent, and-they had met
this afternoon for a crowning work. His heart
waa with them now, as it waa when the society
-waa organized. He venerated the sol! of New
England, the land of bis birth, where the bones
of his ancestors reposed in the quiet of the grave.
He loved also Carolina, the land 'of his adoption.
She had been kind to them all, and waa a mother
well worthy or attachment, through weal and
woe. When the feverish dream of life was past,
he trusted his ashes would repose in her bosom.
At the conclusion of the remarks of the vener?
able speaker, the exercises were closed by a bene?
diction by' the Rey. W. C. Dana, pastor of the J
Central Presbyterian Church.
THE POUT ROYAL RAILROAD.-We mention?
ed yesterday the report of the reorganization bf
thia company. Mr. William Appleton, of New
York, ls the new president. Mr. James R. Camp?
bell, of Charleston, la said to be the only member
of the company from this State.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.-Ey
reference to our. advertising columns, lt will be
Been that there ls to be a night train on the Sa?
vannah and. Charleston Railroad on and arter
Monday next. Travellers now have two tra?na a
day from Charleston to Savannah-one leaving
at 8.30 A. M. and the other at 4.26 P. M. The latter
ls the expresa train, and arrives in Savannah at
10.15, making the trip, in lesa time than the morn?
MURDER AT LEESVILLE.-John Slngletary,
the postmaster at Leesville, on the Northeastern
Railroad, waa killed in that village on Monday
night by 6ome unknown parties. He took the j
passenger train at Qonrdln's Station, and on ar?
riving at Leesville got out to go home. Between
the depot and his residence he was Arel upon,
and when aaalstance reached him, he waa found
lying on the ground quite dead. His breast waa
pierced by several shot and lila left side waa rid?
dled. The assailants succeeded in making their
escape, and nothing has been found out so far
wnlJh wonld lead to-meir detection. Ko causa)
can ?-e assigned for the attack.
BATTERY ON THE BRIO.-Richard Beese, the
sailor arreated for an assault and battery with
Intent to kui the captain and second mate of the
brig McSperry, Tuesday morning, was-brought
before Trial Juatice Levy yesterday afternoon,
charged with battering' ?ne of his shipmates.
Thc evidence showed that Reese had struck the
prosecutor with a plate, and cat bim on the
irm. Having been found guilty by the trial jus?
tice, he waa sentenced to pay a fine of $1 and
?ats, and by the advice of his counsel he appeal
id from the aentence. In default of ball or the
?rajitrcui vi tue une ire wcoiniunvcu -.u jan.
CLUBS AND STARS,-Isaac Davis, arreated
-ja suspicion of his having stolen |60 In green
sacks and otner property from Mff P. C. S?sp?r
: a s, in Mill street, was turned over to Trial J na
iice Levy for examination.
Thomas Clifton,' colored, lodged for disorderly
jonduct and raising a disturbance among some
:olored women In Meeting street, near Market,
it 8 o'clock Tuesday night, was discharged after
A BOiltary cow, found astray .near the corner of j
lahleyand Calhoun atreeta, waa lodged In the
itatlonhouse yard, and ordered to be adver?
Henry Johnson, a colored youth, arrefted by
.he detectives for vagrancy and on ausplctlon of
nrceny, ls held rot examinatloL.
THE PHOSPHATE WORKS BOBBERS A?^R?
JENDKD.-Caleb Davis, Harry Welton and Wm.
Smith, three colored men, were arrested on Toes
lay afternoon, on a warrant from Trial J astir?
lohn G. Mackey, charged with being implicated
n the recent robbery upon the premises of thb
Charleston Mining and Manufacturing Company,
it Lamb'a Farm, on the Ashley River. The trio
?vere found at Cohen's plantation, about twelve
niles from the city, and having been brought to
:he city were' examined yesterday morning be
ore tbe trial Justice, along with Wm. Porter, who
lad been arreated a day or two previously. The
ihr?e first acknowledged their gui.t, and confess?
ed to having taken off the iron, and brought lt to
tho city in Porter'a flat. They had then. sold it
k oearch-warrant was issued, and the prisoners,
accompanied by an officer, went to the place
where it had been sold. Upon search, however,
none oj the Iron wai found upon the*preml6es.
Porter, not being criminated by the testimony,
waa discharged; but the other three were com?
mitted to Jail to await their trial at the next term
af the Court or General Sessions.' The iron, about
two tons of which was stolen, ia supposed to
dave been shipped North.
TUE STREET TALK YESTERDAY.-The air I
yesterday morning was thick with mutterings,
now low, and now loud, but always angry, among
the numerous crowds and smaller knots or Radi- j
cal politicians-the gentlemen of the pate-at
the nominations made the night before, lt was
the subject uppermost in the minds of every ono.
On the wharves, in thc streets, in bar-rooms and
barbershops, at the banks, and among the
brokers, nothing was talked of but those nomina?
tions. The colored people were disgusted at the I
result of the Dark Lantern Conclave at Market |
Hall. "Too much Mackey-Taft andMushlngton,"
says one. "Poor Pillsbury,'' Bays another, "they
have nominated a coroner and ju ry of lu quest to
Blt on his body." "They have' thrown the]
best nen of the present Council over?
board, and held on to the Riff .Raff," and
so on. There was universal dissatis?
faction with the Radical ticket, and admiration,
by some openly avowed, by others grudgingly
conceded, at the selection of the Citizens' Conven?
tion. Pillsbury stock went down, down, down;
the "bears" had everything their own way. The
"bulls" were nowhere. So things went on, every?
body dissatisfied, and vowing that the ticket
would be "dreadfally cat np," but still net know?
ing exactly what to do. Afraid of tbat party whip,
they did not venture to openly denounce the |
ticket, and were greatly relieved, therefore, when
the Republican appeared in the afternoon and by
one fair and square shot brought do tv n the whole
flock of political harpies. The excitement now
was Intense. All kinda or plana were diacuased,
with a view to remedy the difficulty; tbe one
most generally credited being a rumor tbat
another convention wonld have to be held by the
Radicela, declaring the action ol the body that j
met at Market Hall, Tuesday evening last, null j
and void. Thia new body io do the whole nomi?
nating work over again. There ls a fine prospect ]
before our Radical friends, and we wish them
Joy, as they may prefer, either of their present
ticket or or the delightful task of going to work to
manufacture a new ons. How sad to find that in
the great party of "moral Ideas," brethren should
not dwell in nnlty. What an example to im?
moral outsiders l
WARD 4T-We direct attention to-the call
for a meeting of tbe working committee of
ward 4, to be held at Arcb?r'a HalPthls evening.
The meeting la of the greatest importance; anti
nothing ahonld be permitted to prevent the puno
tnal attendance, of every member'-of the com?
B. C. 1.-The attention of the passer-by was
generally attracted yesterday evening by a trans?
parency posted on the porch of the Market Hall,
with these symbols-B. O. l-apon the end front?
ing the street. On one or the sides waa the In?
scription-"Our Hero Still Lives." Who "our
hero" was, and the symbols on the end, were ex?
plained by the Inscription on the-other side
"Bowen.. Club, No. L" A considerable crowd
began to assemble about 9 o'clock, and soon after
the dub, preceded by the band discoursing the
plp'ntlve melody of "Nelly Ely," and accom?
panied by tue usual crowd of gamins, marched
down Market and thence'to the residence of "our
hero," at the foot of Beaufaln street. The would
be Congreaaman was, of course, much surprised,
but responding to the calla .of bia urgent friends,
took his sea* in an open carriage; and waa escort?
ed back to the Market Hall An expec?
tant crowd here awaited, the cortege, and
the "hero," having mounted to the porch,
was introduced to' the audience, whom, be
said, it gave bim mach pleasure to meet once
more. He spoke for about ten minutes, avoiding
politics, and Baying that he had received a large
majority of the vows cast at the last election for
Congress, and that, notwithstanding his recent
troubles, he Intended to fight on in the cause for
which he had been working for the last six y esra.
The audience was'not sympathetic. The appeals
?to that Republicanism which knows no distinc?
tion, Ac, fell upon atony ground. Thc speaker
felt thia, and hastily closing, was greeted with
cheero from a few voices among tbe club which.
Eurroundedhlm. The crowd were then dismissed
by a kind old colored gentleman, and the clnb
with "our hero" retired within the Market Han,
where a bountiful table was spread for their de?
lectation. A considerable noise was kept up for
sometime by the urchins outside, as their hun?
gry imaginations transported them Into ?be ban?
queting ball; out In a short time these also left,
and the club and "our hero" had lt all to them-,
Hotel Arrivals-July 20.
- MILLS HO CSS.
Chas. Pool, New York; Ed Hamilton, Syra?
cuse; R. J. Andrews, Oswego.
W. P. Appleby, Oolleton; J. D. Pope and lady,
Miss A. M. Pope, Columbia; John Nettles, North
Eastern Railroad^'James Fltsslmmons and lady,
H. Cranston, Augusta; W. Waddy, S. A. Parda,
Georgia; D. M. Cobb, Wilmington ; c. G. Jaeger,
A CARD FROM MAJOR R. WILLIS.
N TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please announce that I am not a candidate
for alderman In Ward 4.
I shall vote for, aid nae every legitimate effort,
tc Bec ure the election of General Wagener and
the entire Conservative ticket E. WILLIS.
. BUB I If BBB NOTICES.
SHOES AT REDUCED PRICES.-Will be'sold at
retail until the lat of October, the entire Stock ol
Boots and Shoea at No. 181 Meeting street, oppo?
site the Matkct. JOHN COMMINS.
J uly 20-th m 8
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER I
in Velvet and Leather bindings, 76 cents; old
price 90 cents. Di Velvet and Leather bindings,
56 cents; old price $1. Li Velvet and Leather
bindings,- ti; old price $ 125. in Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; old price $1 60.
EASEL ST. BAZAAR, AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ia nowprepared to furnish good envelopes, with
tiiiainpcs rordfl nrintad cannan-ot.tA.jnjw.^?\.tm?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
nosiness wan should have his card printed on
nls envelopes _^
- BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at (3, ti,
15, JG co and $s 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
THE ACADEMY CF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
CERTS, as advertised by Mesara. Bat 1er, Chadwick,
Gary A .Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin,. sub-agent Tor this
splendldand attractive scheme ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to bun atthe office of Mr. c. Olaclna, corner
East Bay and Central wharf. may29
_8i)irt0 onft inmi8i)iitg witto*,
AT NEW YORK COSTT
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
PILL Ail WINTER GOODS,
?The undersigned la now closing out bia superb
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Greatly Reduced Prices.
' NOW IS THE
CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
MOTHERS, READ THIS!
L Y waterproof. Pro?
tects clothing; retain?
Linen Diapers; avoids
pins; permits circula?
tion of air. Re?u m
mended by physicians
a pd all mothers wbosc
children have worn
them. Made in fonr
sizes : 1 s mal 1 e st ; 4
largest Price $1.
Mailer! free. Address
F. VON SANTEN, NO.
229 King street Charleston. H. 0., Dealer in all
kinds of RUBBER GOODS, such as Rubber Sheet?
ing, white and black. Air Pillows, Air and Water
Beds, Hospital Cushions, Bandage Gnm, Rubber
Clotblng, Plano Covers, DoorM ats. Ac, Ac, and
Importer pf Fancy Gooda, Toya and Fireworks.
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
A reliable and Invaluable remedy in COLIC,
CHOLERA INFANT?M, Dysentery. Dlarhcea, and
such other diseases aa children are subjected to
during the period of Teething.
This Cordial ls manufactured from the beat
Drugs, all carefully selected, and contains no in?
jurious ingredient. No ramlly should be without
lt The best Physicians haye recommended lt,
and Mothers may administer it with perfect con?
It contains no Opium or other Anodrne.
Manuractured by DR. H. HAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, .'
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price 25 cents a bottle. The usual discount to
- i!^flT?r|hi?r ipniiijttHir ~ --.
" -' : TO BE =
References in South Carolina
General WADE BAMPTON, General JOHN S. PRESTON, Hon. B. F. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON
Governor M. L. BONHAM. ANDREW SIMONOS. Esq., General JOHNSON HAGOOD, Hon. G. A.
T KENHOLM. Hon. AR MISTE aD RURT, Governor J. L. MANNING, Hon. JAMES OB^SN?T, Hon. J. B.
B< )fer enees in New York City:
AUGUST BELMONT ?CO. Bankers: Hon. CHARLES O'OONOR, Counsellor-Rt-Law Hon. JOHN I
E. WARD, Gounsellor-at-Law; Hon. HOGER A. PRYOR. CouoseUorat-lAw;coloneimoHARD-I?A5PH
ERS, T. A. HOYT, Esq., President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON A co., Factors: ANDERSON.
STARR A CO., Merchants; PJSTTUS A CO., Mere Hanls; F. ZOQBAUM A FAIRCHILD, Merchants.
$500.000 TO BE AWARDED ?TO THE T1CKET-HOLDER3 OF THE
8ERIE8OF GQNCERT8 TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871; AT THE ACADEMY OF Prl?SIC.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.
THE SO?TH CAROLINA LAND" AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, UNDER THE AUSPICES
of the "Soutn Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society,'? will give a Eeries of concerts
at the Academy or Music Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for the purpose
of raising a fund to enable Htnlgrants to settle upon lands selected by the Association ror Homes
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State of South carolina, and for their
transportation thither and support for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MOUE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF MTLE TO.ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, wm be deposited with -the National Bank .or the Republic, New York.
#500,000 I? ?lFTS?
lat Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC,' Charleston, S. C., cost to build $280,000, having an annual
rental of abont $20,0to, from Opera House, Stores and Halls; tie building being
about 230 feet by 60 feet, and situated corner or King and Market streets, in the
cerme of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable
property In Charleston, valued at..-..9950,000
2d Gift-Cash.j,.... 100,000
ad Girt-Cash.'.. 115,000
4th Gift-Cash..*.,......;. 10,000
6th Gift-Csah.i. 5,000
25 Gilts-Cash-each $1000.,.?.:..'... 35,000
25 GLta-Cash-each $500..-.?. 111,500
S60 Gifts-Cash-each $100..*.. 35,000
250 Gifts- Ca?h-each $50.'.. 19,500
500 Giits-Oaah-each $25. 12,500
1260 Gifts-Cash-each $10.;.'..?. 13,500
2104 Gifts, amounts to.:......$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CG ,
Agenta S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, )
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., [
General M. W. GABT, }
CHARLESTON, & C.
AGENTS WANTED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing:
General A.B. WEIGHT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. BOGEB A. PRYOR, ol New York.
? FAIR AND COMMENDABLE SCHEME ?
CHARLESTON. 8. C, May-, 1871".
We take pleasure In cerurylnfr that we are acquainted with General M. 0. BUTLER,-JOHN
CHADWICK, Esq., and Gene ral M. W. GARY, or the firm of BUTLER, CHADWICK- GARY A CO., and
kcow.them to be gentlemen or integrity, and we regard the object they have ol assisting Immigrants
to homes ip South Carolina or great importance to the State as well as to the immigrants', and we
have every confidence that their enterprise will be carried out with fairness and honesty to all par?
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, I. W.-HAYNE.
B H. RUTLEDGE, A. G. MAGRATH,
. JAMES CONNER, THOS. Y. SIMONS,
JAMES R. PRINGLE, HENRY BUIST,
WILMOT 0. DESAUSSURE.
Tickets can be procured or E. SEBRING A CO., and J. L. MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad
REAL ESTATE AND U. S. GOLD BONDS
Will positively be Distributes" by RAFFLE on the 22d day or November, 1871, in public, In the City of j
Charleston,'at 10 o'clock A. M., by the
.CHARLESTON- CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
. FOB, TUE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND,
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH GASOLINA AT ITS LAST SESSION,
AND APPBOVED MABCH 8, 1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE !
THE BAFFLE WILL POSITIVELY TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, THE 22n DAY OF |
NOVEMBER, 1871, IN PUBLIC, IN THE CITY OF CHABLESTON, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
All the Property, Real ard Personal, mentioned below must be Distributed in the Award, and a
valid deed of each piece or Beal Estate, free from all lncumbrances given. The Personal Property, and
United Status Gold Bonds, will be delivered immediately alter the Raffle. Each and every Certificate
has Three separate and distinct Numbers In figures, and the words or each figure written thereon,
and are all combined with each other from Nos. 1 to 78 promiscuously. All the certificates or Shares
Issued by the company, win their numbers, are registered In their books.
S CHEDULE OF A WARDS.
That Certificate of Share having on lt the 1st, 2d and Sd numbers obtained on the Baffle
will be entitled to the award or that first-class Three-story Warebonse, situate on
Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, S. C., (opposite the Charleston Hotel.) being 88 feet
front, by abont 240 feet deep, free from all lncumbrances, and valued at. ..$35,000
That Certificate or Share having on lt the 4th, 6th and 8th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award ot that tir.-t class Three-etory Warehouse, No. 146 Meeting
street, Charleston, S. C., tree from all Incnmbrances, valued at.$30,000
That Certificate of Share haying on lt the 7th, 8th and 9th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award or that first-class Three-story Warehouse, No. 143 .Meeting
street, Charleston, S. C., free from all lncumbrances, valued at.$97,500
That Certificate bf Slfare ha vlng on lt the 10th, 11th and 12th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award or that Three-story Warehouse, No. 141 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. O' free from lncumbrances, valued at.$?85,000
The above Four Warehouses ar.e opposite the Charleston Hotel, and aro the most Valuable
Property in Charle-ton.
That certlUcate or Share having on lt the 2d, 3d and 4th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to anaward orthat Fine Piece or Property, situate on Broad street,
Charleston, S. C., and known as the "Mansion House," rree from all lncumbrances,
That Certificate or Share having on it the 3d, 4th and 5th numbera obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to an avrard or that Fine Two-story Dwelling, situate on Gadsden and
Lumber street, Columbians. C., with all the outbuildings and Improvements, with ?
about hair an acre or wound thereto, valued at.$10,000
That Certificate or Share Having'on lt the etti, 6th and 7th numbers obtained on tao Raffle
will be entitled to an award of that Fine Cotton Plantation, containing about 1800 acres,
one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate In the County or Darlington, S. C., on
the Great Peedee River, rree rrom Incnmbrances. valued at.$10,000
That certificate orShare having on it the 8th, 7th and 8th numbers obtained'on the Baffle
will be entitled to an award or United States Gold Bonds (new issue) or the value or.$3,000
That Certificate of Share having on lt the 8th, otb and loth numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to an award ur Unite t States Gold Bonds (new issue) or the value or.$2,000
That Certificate or Share hr.ving on it the 9th, loth and nth numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to an award ur UulteQ States Gold Bonds ol tbe value of....-.$1,000
Those 40 Certificates or Shares having on them the following numbers obtained on the Raffle:
Will each be entitled to an award in United States Gold Bonds or thc value of. ; .$500
These 40 Certificates of Shares having on them the following numbers obtained on the Baffle: .
12th at h
Will each be entitled to an award or United States Gold Bonds or the value or.$250
All the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three numbers obtained on the Raffle,
and not designated aa any of the above Certificates are, will each be entitled to an award of
United States BondB of the value or.,-....:.-.$50
Awards will be made only to such Certificates or Shares as have three numbers on them, so ob.
tained on the Raffle. .
To such aa desire to take shares In this Great Raffle and Distribution or Real and Personal Property,
the Directors will afford every fad lty and satisfaction, and perfect fairness will be exercised
throughout, and many pen ou s may trace their future prospects in business and station In society to
a fortunate Share herein.
Orders, with the money for Certificates, may be sent by Express, or Registered Letters, or Post office
Orders, at the risk of the Association. Persons sending orders will be particular to give their names,
places or residence, County and State, which will be entered in the Books or the Company, and im?
mediately upon the Raffle taking place, tbe Official Raffled Numbera will be forwarded to each
THE RAFFLE WILL POS ITIVELY TAKE PLACE ON THE DAY NAMED, and every Award Of the
Property and Gold Bonds MUST be made to the Holders or the Certificates.
Address all orders u the
CHABLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
No. 147 MEETEVO
STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SUGAR-CURED E. fcMS, BACON,?c.
s THIS DAT, at 9 Relock, In front of our
store, we will sell,- '
SOO Sugar-Cured HAMS
2000 pounds Hacen Shoulders
- .. =20: barrels* Sugar -
- IO barrels Tongues
: :.-? barrels Pork.- . . - ?'. " -
CondlUona^naalu-. ? ? ' - . .^JnlyST
By ROBERT S. EBD?GLE. ' V:
HOUSEHOLD AN? OFFICE F?RNI
. . .. . TUBB. ' "..
will be sold at his Office; So. 52 >E^cad street.
THIS DAT, 27th instant, ai?T?alPp?itiW
Lot of FURNITURE, aa above. cbnBlflting. In
part of Drawln-grdom Sets, Lounges, 8?fes?W*4*
robe, Ice House, Secretan,. Dea?avUard^teWei?* .
Chairs, Solas, Ac. ; ^-v* ..
One fine T octave PIANO.'_' ""^ Jbly27
By W.T. LEITCH & R. & BR?NS,
3WTO. 4 BEA?FAIN STd??,'NORTH
X]l Side, a Few-Dbbra froV. King.
Will be sold on THIS DAY.'srth instant, at if
o'clock, at the Old Pdatofflc.e, - .
That Desirable Three stor; srick RESIDENCES.
with three piazzas, Brick" Kitchen and ontbnlld
lnga, known as No. 4 Beaufain street, oorib'sld v
near King. Dwelling.contains' ?/iqnsre irobraai .
In rear of said Dwelling; entrance throigh tm
alley, are Three .BrickVEesjfl'ence?; ' The .entire
property will be-sold as one niece. Lotmtaaurea
87leetfro^'by.^8lestta':depttt.".". ' '.: ' ...
Terms-One-third cash r balance In one sod two
years, with interest.. P/bper|y .-tot-beS?sured,
and policy assigned.- Purchaser to pay ns for
papera and stamps. . , ? . ? , Jaly? . '
By W. Y. LEITCH & Bi g. BRUNS, ..
. Auctfoneera. .
mHREE-STORY B R IC K BUILDING,
X. formerly used as a storehouse, south aide Of
Marget, between Archdale and King streets. ? , ?
,WU1 be sold on, THIS DAY, 27 th InataSi, at
ll o'clock, at ttie old P03tome?, ? ~^
That THREE-STORY BRICK BUILDING on the
south aide or Market street, opposite the Academy
of Music, formerly used as a-storehouse.- Said
building cambe readily made into a dwelling. Lot
mea-ur -ai 20 re et front by 00 feet In depth.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, with interest. Property to be Insured and
policy assigned. Pure?aser to pay na lor papen
and stamps:_ .- ^aly?','
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCE BR,
Tl/ ELL SELL ?N THEIR PLATTORM^
TY comer Tendue Range and East Ray, on
THIS DAY, July 27tb, at ll o'clock, A. M
All that LOT OF LAND with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on the eas?'aide.of St. Pbtllp .
street, two doors-south of Line street, together
with the two story Frame Dwelling and store?
Bakehouse, Oven, Horse Stablea, and all oiher ap?
purtenances and conveniences for a well sppclnt- ?
ed Bakery. "*'-?? .
" " . ALSO.-: - . . jj fi
Three (3)'good HORSES, two (2) Bread Carts, -
two (2) spring Wagona, Cow. and Cali, j'Shl'ry,
Furniture, both honcehold and-kitchen, Baking
Utensils, Bnli'dlng Material,. Ac., 4c. &0r! meas?
ures 25 reet front by 175 feet deep. This Bakery ,
has a large and remunerating trade.
All that LOT next south of above, with two
stdry Wooden Dwelling and, outbuildings,. meas
?nrlcg front on St. Pntllp street .25 feet, atuH75
feet deep. - '-'. ^ . .
All the above property wei bo offered as, 1 whole,
and if not sold the Beal Estate will be s old sepa?
rate, and on the day following, FRIDAY, July
28th, an the Personal Properly.Furniture, Fix
tures. Utensils, Horses. Carts, Wagons, Ac, Aa,
will be sold at the place, ' commencing at 10
o'clock, A. M. - - f
Pnrctiaser to pay us for all necessary papen
abd stamps. -
Termaatsale. - _ . ... JnlyM ;
"WTEKANN ET AL. VS.* SCHOONER
Xl FRANCES ANN, CAPTAIN AND OWNERS.
in.Trial Jn8tice CourV if
By'virtue of an. execution to'jue directed aid
delivered, I wi ll expose for sate at tue Courthouse,
in Charleston City, at MM., on. THIS.DAT. July
t; 1871. at Public Auction^ ..
The SCHOONER FRANCES ANN, her Apparel,
Tackle andFurniture, to satisfy judgments In the
Terms cash. IL L. SUTTON,
. inly25_ / Balik
. Boots, 0ijoes,-?Fc.
ET THE B E'S,Ti
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES a: t
T E I B. ..B l 8
NO. 41 BROAD SlfREKT..
Remakes them to order, in any jtyle desired,
nsing only the beat material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom mnfljLBQfrT8 aMcaaa? BeaiEiim
Z~~ZZ^ The New
EXCELSIOR 0 A IT E R ,"
Which dispenses with shoe strums and elastic
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine apecimena. n_
JACOB STEIBEB, -
may22_ . ' Na 41 Broad street. .
IJ1HE UNIVERSITY OF VLRQI?HA
COMPRISES THE FOLLOWING "DKPARTHENT8 :
l, Sch wi or Latin. 2. School of 0 reek. 3.
School or Modern Languages. 4. Boaool nfl
PhUosophy.. 5. School of History and F
Literature, e. School ot Chemistry. ;..
of Natural Philosophy. 8. Sch aol, of Mn themat?
ics. 0. School of Coa mon and Statute Law.' -10.
School of Constitutional sud-Civil Law and
Equity. IL School of Physiology and surgery,
ls. School -<f Anatomy and Materia Kee loa. 13.
School or Medicine and Obstetrics. 14-School or
Applied Mathematics. 16. School'of Ail
Industrl U and Agricultural Chemistry. IB. ?
of Natural TUs'-or, aad.Aj_'~
to be eleited.) aa-?rovlslon made for ?assea in
Mineralogy and Geology, Hebrew. Politics tl Econ?
omy, Practical Physics, Medical Jurisprudence.
and Sanskrit. -??/
. Diplomas and Certificates of Proficiency are
given in the separate schools. .
The following Degrees are conferred: 1. Bache?
lor of Letten. 2. Bachelor of sciences1. 3. Maa- .
ter of Arts. 4. Doctor of Medicine. 6. Bachelor
of Law. 3. Civil Engineer.' 7. Mining Engineer.
The expenses of the student, exclusive of the
text books, clothing and .pocket money, amount
to from |865 to ? 335 per session of nine months;
of which Bums $220 to $26? are pay able on ad-.
mission. Session opens October 1st. For Cata?
logues, address CHARLES S. VENABLE,
Chairman or Faculty. .
P. 0., University of Virginia. ' ? jnlyjtoths .
TJR S U L I N E INSTITUTE
"VALLE CRUCIS," NEAR COLUMBIA, S. C., .
FOB THE EDUCATION OP YOUNO LADIES, UNDIB
THE IMMEDIATE SUPEEVISION OF nu KKLI
QIEUSES OF THK URSCUNS
The ladles of the Ursuline Community, S. C., re?
spectfully announce to their friends, and to the
public, that the annual exercises bf the Academy
will commence September-lat. Their Institute
being devoted to the education or youth, and
each member having reoeiyeda long and careful
training for that purpose,. the schools under
their charge, as well in the various countries of
Europe as in America, have never failed to win
and retain the confidence of parents and gnni,
Nothing will bc left undone In Imparting to the
pupila confided to' then: care a t borong fi educa?
tion, in the highest sense of the word-not alone
Instructing the Intellect, but with maternal care
guiding and training the heart.
Tue situation of tue Convent ls all that can be
desired for health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capital, and In the mid;-1 or an oak grove of
twenty acres. It is within half an hour's drive
from the depot, where omnlbusses and baggage
wagons await ihe arrival of passenger.
No distinction of religion win be made In the
admission of pupils, nor will any undue influence
be used over their religious principles: bat, for
the maintenance Of good order, all will be requir?
ed to attend the exercises of Divine Worship pre?
scribed for tho Academy.
? From individuals or societies disposed to aid In
the education of young ladies, applications for
the admission of pupild, at reduced terms, will
receive the most .favorable consideration that
the circumstances of the school will admit.. "
The scholastic Year la divided into two Sessions
-the first commencing September 1st,and ending
February ist; the second commencing February
lar, and ending July 1st. .
TERMS FSK SESSION-PATiBUt IN AI VANCE.
Board. Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition in Eng
llsh.Needle Work and Domestic Economy..$160
Pens. Ink and use of Library. 2
French, Latin, each. IO
Harp, $30-use of Instrument, $6. 86
Piano, $26-use of Instrument, $3. 38
Guitar, $18-use of instrument, $2. 20
Tocal Music, (Bas-mi's Method). 16
Tocal Music, private lessons. 25
Drawing In Crayon. 10
Painting in Water Colors. 10
Painting in Pastel. 90
Painting In Oils. .30
. For turf her Information, application may be
made to the MOTHER SUPERIOR, to Right Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
pS- MEDICAL NOTICE-PATIENTS
suffering fromjllseases pertaining to the GENTOO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest acIW?
tlflc treatment by placing themselves under the
care 01 Dr. T. REENSTJERNA. office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postofflce.