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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.O.
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PRIDAY, AUGUST ll, 1871.
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NEWS OF TBE DAT.
-Gold [at New York yesterday closed at |
-The New York cotton market closed with
an irregular demand for low grades uplands at
194c; I'aleB 2013 balee.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
8Jd, Orleans 9?d; sales 10,000 bales.
-The French census will be taken next i
-There are over eleven millions of horses
In the United States.
-Horses are said to be .so scarce in Parlai
that'the carriage rates are exorbitant, and the
legal prices for conveyance are totally disre?
-The German government have.pjesented j
seven hundred dollar.? In gold to Carl Wilhelm,
the composer of the lamons German national
tune, M The Watch on the'Rhine."
-The British Crown lands In Ireland pro?
duce about ?4?,000 a year, not more than
?1500 of which ls-expended In Ireland, the rest
going to England. In tate case, as in so many
other Instances, poor Ireland suffers from ab?
-lime. Delesclnze, a sister ol the Commun
nist leader, who is now in her 65th year, ls to
be tried shortly, by a . council of war at Ver?
sailles, on various ugly charges. She ls said
to. have been ^p?troleuse, and to have- mur?
dered, several of-the Yersallllst soldiers.
' .?' -AU the old nags now carried by the French
army are to be returned to the warehouse.
The army will receive new flags, surmounted
with gilt spear-heads, (the eagle of the Em?
pire bel ng abolished, ) and with no inscriptions.
These latter are to be won by the soldiers in j
their future operations.
-According to recent decisions on the sub-1
.ject of military recruiting in France, military |
service ls obligatory for all Frenchmen from
twenty to forty years of age, the length of ser?
vice to be four years. Three classes of reserves
are established, the first of five, the second of |
three, and the third ol eight years' service.
. -A letter from Berlin says : "The entire
material of the German army ls to be renew?
ed with all speed-perhaps In two years. The
mitrailleur ls to be Introduced, though no
model has yet been chosen,- and the needle
gun, being too heavy, ia to be. superseded by
a Hghter weapon*,'' with a longer range. For?
tifications, too, are to be established around
-Large numbers ol German emigrants are
now arriving In the United States, whose dee- j
tinatlon was originally Brazil. These thrifty
colonists have,been diverted irom the coloniza
lio n of Don Pedro'L dominions In consequence
of an act o? the German Parliament prohibit?
ing"' emigration tb Brazil. This enactment
mrrvs Inrtnnnri hti fhn gm?? Tnloropronfl-nttttlOri.R
heretofore made by colonization agents of the
advantages which the emigrant derived in
settling in so rich a country.
'?' -A Washington telegram says: "The Grand
Army of the Republic, asan organization, ha;
taken lu iand the matter ot the appointment
ol ex-Confederates to positions under the Gen?
eral Government. The posts here will bring
the matter to the attention of the National
Encampment, and will demand the removal
of all who are employed to the exclusion ol
Union soldiers. Of course this ought to In
? dude General Longstreet and Attorney-Gene
ral Akerman. Members of the Grand Army
say-they will vote for no man who lavors
these appointments, and will go against Gen?
eral Grant himself unless he makes a change,
or sees that it ls made."
-A San Francisco correspondent of the New
York Herald lias had a somewhat remarkable
interview recently with Mrs Fair, the mur- J
dereas of Crittenden, in her cell in the San
Francisco j al I. This strange woman, it seems,
contested the right of Crittenden to live with
.bia wife b?casse they did not love one another,
and holds to it that sue (the murderess) and
Crittenden were the lawful pair because they
did love oue another. Accordingly, In a mo?
ment of temporary insanity, she shot Critten?
den, and now regretted only one thing-that
.be was not present to defend her. She feels
'confident ol a final reprieve, because, as she
says, her case .Is a political one, and when she
ls tried again there will be a new Judge on the,
-The doubl? child, which died the other day
in Boston, bas been subjected to. a post mor?
tem examination. The fact wen developed*
that the connection ol the viscera in the two
bodies was an lnterjunctlon of the intestines,
just above the colon, which organ was not du?
plicated, but common to both children. Above
! tba colon all the organs were duplicated.
-There was - but one uterus and one bladder,
with two distinct ureters. The children were
embalmed and placed in a casket containing
alcohol. The Boston Medical Society offered a
large sum for the preparation, but the parents,
making a business mau?? of their bereave?
ment, wanted $10,000, which they couldn't get,
and sophey have carried the dual baby home
-A letter from the Empress Eugenie to a
friend Just made public, contains her defence
against the attack o? General Trochu in the
Assembly. She expresses herself as pained at
seeing tbe general trying to exoyee himself by
throwing the responsibility of his errors upon
a woman. She acknowledges that grave
errors were committed, and willingly bears
ber share of their odium, put wishes, Trocho
to be manly enough to tell the truth, at least.
The general's explanations, as viewed by Eu
genie, are not only weak, ungallant and inac?
curate, but deceptive. He betrayed the Re?
public as well as the Empire, according to the
Empress, and had he the courage, force and
ability, he might have been able to have pre?
vented the revolution of the 4th of September,
lt was this revolution which nullified thc in
terventlou of loreign powers In the cause ol
France. Had the Regency been maintained
and Paris remained faithful to the Empire, in?
tervention was sure to have followed the dis?
aster at Sedan. Certain powers, she explains,
were pledged to Intervention, but tue revolu?
tion of September nullified every arrangement
that bad been entered into; and she con?
cludes by declaring, with woman-like earnest?
ness: "General Trochu will not wash away
with his discourses the Ineffaceable stain of j
having lied to the Republic, as he had lied to
-The twenty-second ultimo was a memora?
ble day for Amiens, marking as it did the
rvacustlon of that town by the German fjQtpB
jr oceapatlon,?and the entry of a dete ^ment:
jf French' troops for the first time# in?nftny;
months. The Prussians departed at aQ&r]y
lour In the morning, and a r\reat crowd of
ne Inhabitants, mostly 4'blo' a3e8i? assembled
?see them ofT. There w^ no <n8turbance
whatever, but both pa'^ties were'evidently
;lad to get rid of one another-the Germans
?ellghted tobe homeward bound,and the
French wishing them a sarcastic "bon voy?
age." In a fev hours, the sound of a military
band announced the welcome advent of a
French rr-giment. This was the signal for the
greatest excitement The balconies, windows
and doorways were crowded with faces radi?
ant with delight, and a lorest o? tri-color flags
waved along the whole length of the street.
Many were the congratulations and em
bracings, and hand-shakings, and everything
seemed to indicate an indefinitely extended
era of good feeling, until the newly-arrived
soldiers bethought themselves of the persons
who were presumed to have harbored the
Prussians, and characteristically commenced
to hunt them down. However, they tired of
this sport before' any blood was shed, and
darkness settled down upon a happy city.
The Blue Ridge Railroad-A One-sided
. The report of the committee appointed by
the Taxpayers' Convention to examine the
legislation in relation to the Blue Ridge
Bailroad, printed in full yesterday, is a clear
and conclusive explanation of the legal ques?
tions connected with the State guarantee of
the bonds of the road, and with the hypothe?
cation o? the guaranteed bonds by the direc?
tors of the company. The report, besides,
makes it manifest- that, under a proposed
new arrangement, or reorganization, the
State may be held liable, in any event, for
the endorsed bonds, but has no remedy if
the bonds are absorbed without completing
the road, and will have ne control over the
road if, by means of the bonds, it be suc?
At this time only thirty-three miles of the
Blue Ridge Railroad are in.running order,
viz: the section from Anderson to Walhalla.
This short stretch of road, with the costly
work upon unfinished tunnels through the
mountains, is all that can be shown in re?
turn lor an actual outlay of about S2,500, OOO,
of which amount the State of South Caro?
lina and City of Charleston subscribed
$2,300,000. Besides its stock suoscription,
tbe State in 18G8 endorsed the bonds of the
company to the amount of $4,000,000. Of
these bonds, $3,000,000 were secured by a
statutory lieu upon the property of the com?
pany. The act ol 1868 also provided that
these $3,000,000 of the bonds should not be
negotiated at less than par. IQ spite of this
distinct prohibition, $600,000 ol the bonds
were hypothecated as security for a loan
of $200,000. An act was passed in 1871 "to
"promote the consolidation of the Greenville
"and Columbia Railroad Company and the
"Blue Ridge Bailroad Company." The
fourth section of this net provides, "that in
"view of the consolidation of the Greenville
"and Columbia Bailroad Company and the
"Blue Bidge Railroad Company," the issue
of the bonds authorized by tbe act ol IF 68,
the endorsement by the Comptroller-Gen?
eral, and the execution of the mortgage by
the Blue Bidge Company to Messrs. Gourdin,
Clews and Cameron, are ratified and con?
firmed, and the mortgage declared to be a
lieo prior lo the statutory lien. This post?
ponement Of the lien isjlOtJ^aWUd-by-tti?
committee-Messrs. Porter and Conner, of 1
Charleston, and General James Chesuut, of
Kershaw-as any disadvantage to the State, !
as the object of both the statu Lory lien and 1
and the mortgage is to secure the payment '
of the bonds, and the mortgage covers the
entire four millions and all the property of.
the com^-uy, wherever situated, while the
statutory lien only extends to the property '
within the State, and only covers three mil- '
lions of the bonds.
The sixth section of the act of 1871 repeals
the provision contained in the act of 1S68, 1
that the bonds shall not be used at less than :
par. But the committee are ol opinion, aud 1
their arguments appear to be unanswerable,
that the repeal of the proviso that the bonds :
shall not be negotiated at less than par, 1
takes effect only upon the consolidation of 1
the Greenville and Blue Bidge Roads, to
promote which consolidation i3 declared, in
its title, to be the object of the act of 1871. '
But this condition bas not been regarded by 1
the company, who have already bypotheca- i
ted $3,100,000 of the guaranteed bonds. 1
This action, in the view of the committee, is '
a violation of law, and makes void the en- 1
dorsement of the State. The committee, I
however, do not regard it practicable to resort :
to legal process to prevent the illegal use of
the endorsed bonds. They hold that "the ?
"liability of the State on these bonds is a .
"question tb be decided when payment of
"the bonds is demanded from Ute State." 1
There is a worse trouble behind. A nego?
tiation is said to be contemplated, or com?
pleted, by which the stock in the Blue Bidge .
Road, amounting to $3,300,000, held by the
State and city, is to be transferred to a new
association, which is to complete the road.
This association pays '$50,000, in live annual
instalments, if it completes the road. If un?
successful, the# association pays nothing, -
and the stock is returned. The four million
bonds are given to the same concern, and
may be negotiated at any pfice which is .'
couven euL * The effect of 6ucb au arrange?
ment is explained by the committee in these
. "Ii,this arrangement is consummated, thc
city and State wlil have pa -ted with all control
over the enterprise; they can exercise no dis- '
cretlon as to who shall receive or disburse the '
funds, or how they Bhall be expended; they f
cannot elect a director or be present at a
meeting, or investigate the affairs of the com?
pany, or even ask for inlormatlon. They will
have turned over the road and its property
and four millions of bonds to an unknown as?
sociation. Who can tell whether the money
will be spent on the road at all, and If it ls not, *
where is the remedy ? Suppose lt ls not; then
the State is liable on the bonds, and has as se- i
curity on unfinished road. But suppose thal
the money is honestly and judiciously expend?
ed and the road-built. The coutrol of the road j
is in the hands of an association who have j
built it with State money. How will they con- ,
trot it f In the interest of the State or against :
lt ? Who can tell ? On all these points, BO Im- (
portant, the agreement ls silent-no guarantee 1
of an; kind ls given. If controlled against the 1
State, we are powerless to prevent lt. The ?
utter loss of four millions of dollars would be
hard to bear; but the active employment of
four millions of Slate mooey to divert trade
and commerce from the State, would be still
harder to be borne. It is certain that the as?
sociation is to get the stock and four millions
Bf dollars; everythlngelse ls uncertain.': The
proposal ot the associ?t lo ii to the State in fact,
ls: Give us your road and four, mullins of
bonds? If w^succeed, th?profltfdisflb?onrs;
If we fall, the loss shall be yours. "Such a plan
seems to us fraught with ruin."
We do not know who are the members of
the association. Some of them are said to
be gentlemen of integrity and position. Bat
whoever or whatever they may be, the au?
thorities are not justified in giving up the
assets of the road, and tteir control over it,
without ample security that the new associ?
ation will use judiciously the means fur?
nished by the State, and -will not, if com?
pleted, work the road to the direct injury of
this people. We have already Bpent hun?
dreds ol thousands ?ldollars OD railroads
which were to treble and. quadruple the
business of the State, but whose advan?
tages to us are as intangible as though
the money had been laid out upon a rail?
road to the moon. And now it is pro?
posed that our railroad history have an
opportunity of repeating itself. To this the
people decidedly object, and we heartily
concur in the recommendation of Messrs.
Porter, Conner and Ches nut, which is that
the Executive Committee of the Taxpayers'
Convention and the citizens "memorialize
"tbe State and city authorities not to part
"with the stock and assets of the road, but
"to retain them in their own hands-exer
"cise the power which they possess, reform
"the present administration, and place the
"road in charge of those whose integrity and
"ability will insure a judicious administra
"rion of the finances of the company, and a
"speedy completion of the road." This is
the most that can, at present, be done; and,
with the report of the committee before
them, neither speculators nor money lenders
can complain if they put their trust io a se?
curity of little value. We desire to see the
Blue Bidge Road completed with economy
and celerity, but we confess that the new
arrangement, exposed by the committee, is
a one-sided bargain, wvicb, if completed in
haste,' will certainly be repented of at leisure.
?j' - "?
The Other Side-Statement of the Pur?
chasers of the st ute Stock.
We are requested" by one ol the associa?
tion wbo recently purchased the State stock
of the Blue LRidge Railroad lo state ? that
the interest of the citizens of the State,
united with the newly elected City Council
of Charleston, will control the election of
directors, next November, at the annual
meeting of tbe stockholders, at which time
the term of the present board ofalirectors
will expire. Gentlemen, we are assured^
will then be elected who will press the road
to completion. The bonds, it is urged, eau
only be used to build the road and pay its
debts ; sud under the new association and
directors this will be vigorously pushed
Mr. Cameron was requested by President
Harrison and Mr. Steers to act as tr ns iee,
and accepted the trust to get the bonds out
of the hands of tbe New York courts, where
they had been enjoined, so that Mr. Steers
might prosecute his contract in building tbe
The Lu bi Hope of North Carolina.
The defeat of the call for the Convention
in North Carolina ls attributed by the Wil
mlftgton Journal to apprehensions of Fed
<M?u vioioeoo and nsurpatiorj^and.tD.iclarin?L
fraud. The people were afraid of more
"cannon and reconstruction," and many of
them were deterred in this way from voting
for the Convention. The Journal now de?
mands Ibat Hi? Legislature "give the people
"another fair oppoctunity to rid themselves
"of the taxation ibat must otherwise beg
"gar them;" and invites that body to pass
the revenue law early in November. Then
let this question be submitted to the people:
"Convention and no tax," or "No Conven?
tion and tax." ir the Convention is order?
ed, the law to be inoperative ; otherwise the
revenue must be collected. There is no es?
caping the latter alternative, and with the
tax gatherer looming in tbe distance, tbe
people, at whatever risk, would adopt a new
Constitution, and save themselves from Ue
ruin with which they are threatened.
-A correspondent in Newberry informs
os that the Citizens' candidates for County
Commissioners have defeated the Radicals
n that county. We hope to receive similar
.Mings from every local election held in the
State. Upon the platform of intelligence,
lonesty and equal rights, we should be able
ja beat the enemy all the time.
CDatcqis, JerodrTj, &z.
jg A LL, ,B rT??lk CO.
NOS. 585 AND 687 BROADWAY, N. T.,
ire closing out their entire stock of Bronze and
GAS FIXTURES BELOW COST.
Better goods In design and finish ore not to be
aad at their present low prices.
NEW DESIGNS OF IMPORTES
. In great variety, just received.
Call and examine oar stock and prices.
piNE JEWELRY, WATCHES, 4c.
THE LATEST STYLES. #
Particular attention ls invited to the NEW,
[?ARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
IEWELRY, 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 KING STREET.
Ul the newest and most exquisite designs in
5ETS OF PEARL. GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Kings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pms, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
>n hand or made to order;- Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
md Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
aair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Uns, do -e Bands, at
rAiiJte ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
A rew doors above Wentworth street.
AND IRON PILL 8.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
janis No. 131 Meeting street.
pa*TEE BELAT7ES?FRIENDS AND
acquaintances ol'Mr. ai Mrs. D. SEMKEff-and
famUy, andorhte brQttr, Mr. Benry Semken,
are respectfully invltedo attend'the Funeral of
the former, frcm the coner of West and Mazyck
streets,.THi8 AFTBBXON, at 3 o'clock,, without,
further Invitation. angil-* ^
pa* IF PEOPLEffHO SUFFER FROM
the dull stupidity that meets us everywhere In
sprlog, and too orten Hall seasons of the year,
knew how quick it ould be cured by taking
AVER'S SARSAFARI LA to purge the bile from
their systems, we shold have better neighbors
as well as clearer bead to deal with.
pa* NOTICE T( S HI P PE B S PER
SOUTHERN EXPRESSCOMPANY.-On and after
THIS DAT no money pckages will be received at
this ornee unless seaad with five seals, one on
each corner and one licentre of envelope.
M. HAIG, Agent.
Charleston, August ia, 1871. augs 4
^"COLLEGE O? CHARLESTON.-THE
Semi-Annual Examinilon of the Students of the
College will take pl?celo the President's Room
every day this week uitil Friday at noon. HonrB
of examination from air-past 0 A. M.. to 2 P. M. !
F. A. PORCHER,
aug7 Secretary of Faculty..
PB* OFFICE Ol TEE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOOATION, FOR THE BENE
FIT OF THE FREE SC300L FUND, KO. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, AUGUST 10, 1871.
Oniclal Raffled Kumbrs of the Charleston Chari?
table Association, fo: the Benefit of the Free
CLASS Nc 125-MOBKTKG.
CLASS ?. 126 -EVBNIKG. .
57-16- 8-55- 66 -8- 44-38-58-28-52-67
As witness our hau c thia 10th day .of Angus t, ?s?i
JAMES G ILL IL AND,
mav29 _sworn Commissioners.
^OFFICE 0? ENTERPRISE RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY, No. 54 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,ACGUST 8, 1871.-PROPO?
SALS.-Proposals wll be received at thia office
until the 15th for the 'ollowlng, viz:
1,000 tons RAILS
SO.ooo Cross Ties 6 by 7
:oo,ooo feet Stringrs, 6 by 8.
For Constructing the ROAD.
Plans and specifications to be seen at this of?
fice. T. HURLEY,
augs-wfm / . President E. R. R.
? pa* EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-ONE
month after date, or is soon thereafter as con?
venient, the subscribe will apply to the Judge
of Probate for a fina'discharge as Executor of
the Estate of HANNA! DOWD, deceased.
^TO SHIPMASTERS, AGENTS, COT
TON SHIPPERS, AID FACTORS.-The under?
signed hereby give re tl ce that the Cotton Presses,
under their control will, after 1st october, re?
quire all Cotton sentto their Presses to have SIX
BANDS, otherwise s charge of TEN CENTS per
Band will be made fir deficient Bands. Six Bands
are required lor all Cunpressed Cot too,'and tn ls
carly notice ls gives In order that Factors may
notify their plan Ung friends of the ract.
The charge will be made directly against the
ship; but Planters woild remove all differences if
they would adopt the practice (and by which they
would certainly lose nothing) adopted m all other
Cotton states, of patting six Bands on every bale.
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
aug5-Wfm:0 JOHN HANCG.EL.
pa* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Snb-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first day or March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
UARDOZO, Secretary or the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DB LARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
- -OAI.I-tira.11'tiUiuttij mut W*?-:-ulm nc
pa* CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. 6S East Bay, corner or Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of TwoToilars will constitue a person a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on band
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
in thc field, and solicits aid-to Introduce another.
Persons interested la the work or seeking further
information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
aprtS-emos Treasurer C. B. S.
^SB-NOTICE.-THREE WEEKS AFTER
date application will be made for renewal of Scrip
No. 15,118 for rorty-one (41) Shares or Planters'
and Mechanics' Bank Stock, in name of ELLA H.
LUCAS, the original having been lost. ang4-f3*
pa* THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially In
those who are Teething. A safe and secure reme?
dy ls all Important, and mothers will find such a
one In DR. BAER'S GERMAN SOOTHING COR
DIAL. Tobe hadorallDruggists. apr24-mwr
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leaves the hair clean, sort and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. ie Boud street, New York.
pa* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
ABOSES which interfere with MARRIAGE-with
sure means of relief for the Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent rree, in seal?
ed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
pa* THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA,ORANGEBURG COUNTY-In the Trial Justice's
Conrt-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 or
August, 1871, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at his
office, in the Town of Orangeburg, in the County
and State aforesaid, to answer the Complaint of
LEOPOLD LOUIS, the Plaintiff in this action,
which li filed In the office or the Bald Trial Jus?
II yon fail to answer the complaint aforesaid,
at the time and place above mentioned, the
Plaintiff wlU take judgment against yon for the
Bum of sixty-two dollars, together with the costs
of the action.
JZLAR & DIBBLE, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Dated at Orangenurg, S. C., June 26, 1871. Wit?
ness my hand and seal.
T. H. COOKE. fL. s.]
To the Defendant, T. ADDISON MURPHY: Take
notice that the summons Jn this action, of which
the roregolng ls a copy, was filed in the office of
THOMPSON H. COOKE, Esq., Trial Justice, at
Oraogeburg, in the County or Orangeburg, In the
State of South Carolina, on the thirteenth day or
July, 1871. IZLAR A DIBBLE,
PlalnulPs Attorneys, Russell street,
julyl7-me Orangeburg, S. C.
pa* GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable csmpound contains no opium, laud?
anum, paregoric, or other anodyne, and will not
massacre the Innocents like the "soothing syrups"
so much In vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL is harmless, and ls recommended by ail
our best physicians. It ls to be had cr the manu?
facturer, Da- H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street
And of all Druggists. apr22-stuth ,
^ ^ jgfeetitiijB^ ^ ,..
mHE REGULAR- WEEaXY^^M^TTNG
rX .-of MariotVLodgeiiNo. 2, I??O. 0. F., 'wlll:;be;
held Tfli8 EVEMKO, at.8 o'clocfc??t Odd FelWaVB'
Hal!.- Members are requested to -he punctual, as
business of importance will be submitted:
ROBT. 0. STAPJl,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.-OFFICERS
and Membe- a of Palmetto, No. 1, Frlend
aliip,-No._ A, and Germ mia. Ko. 5. Lodges, v:lll
plea-e attend a Mass Meeting at our Hau, Tuts
EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By rt quest ol theD. G. 0.
angil J.H. KENDALL, P. C.
CITY CHARLESTON FIRE LOAN BONDS.
City Charleston Six per Cent Stock.
1 W. Y. LEITCH Sc R.S. BRUNS,
angll-l_ No. 86 Broad Btreet.
TYTANTED, A GOOD DRAFT HORSE.;
TY Apply to F. P. SEIGNIOUS, Coal lard, COT
ner Basel and East Bay. . j_ angil"
WANTED, CONFEDERATE POSTAGE
Stamps, used or unused, for which good
prices wiU.be paid, by ERNEST H. PRINGLE, No.
41 Hayne street. _ . angll-fm2*
WANTED, A SITUATION. BY A RE?
SPECTABLE white woman to Cut and
Flt, or do Chamber work. Apply at No. 77 -Went
worth arreet._V?j_ anglH?
WANTED, GENTLEMAN TO KNOW,
that the largest stock of GENTS'. FUR?
NISHING GOODS is on band at ARCHER'S BA?
ZAAR, Arty per cent, less than elsewhere.
WHITE WOMAN WANTED TO COOK.
Apply at No. 43 Rutledge avenue. aug's,
WANTED, A SITDATION AS BOOK?
KEEPER, Assistant, Entry Clerk, or Ac?
countant. The best of references given. Address
X, Box 634. _ang9-wf2?,
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY GOM
. PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, either as coachman, groom or
porter. Has had experience and can furnish the
very best recommendations. A note addressed to
"Coachman" at the office of THE NEWS, will
secure prompt attention. . ? j ply 28 ?'
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
lu the Land and Immigration Association
Ot Messrs. BUTLER. CHADWICK,-GARY A CO.
Tickets nowTeady. will be glad to Bee my friends
at the office of Mr. C. CLAC?CS, corner Eat c Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, Suo-agent.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOUSE, containing 6 to 8 rooms,
situated either In the centre of the city or near
the unes of the City Railway. Addrese. X. Y. Z.,
at this office, stating terms, location, Ac.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation aa salesman
or clerk In a house in Charleston. He ls well and
favorably kno?n throughout .East -Florida,, and
can famish satisfactory testimon?ala as to char ,
acter and qualifications. Address J. S. J., NEWS
office. July 1
TO RENT, TWO NEAT (ORDINARY
SIZE) STORES, South side Market-street,
between Meeting and King, with Futures, aro.
Apply at this Office. _ "anglO-2?
FOR RENT, TO AN APPROVED TEN?
ANT, the Saloon in the Academy of MuMo
Building. For terms, apply to J. L. MOSES, No.
34 Broad street._ aug7-mwf3
STORE TO RENT. -STORE No. 203
EAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A Co. Possession-given 1st September next
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at. Marsh's Shipyard. :
ang-t-fatn _ j
T"~ ?' RENT, A HANDSOME SEVEN OC?
TAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, recently put in
complete repair, and StooL Apply at thu Office.
aug4 _. ' _ ". .
TO RENT, THE STORE AND DWELLING
southeast corner of Anson and Society
streets, lately occupied by Mr. S. H. W1LS0N aa
a Grocery. Apply at No. 237 King street.
J uly 2i_
TO RENT; FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
Doughty street Apply within. Jun28
FOR SALE, A SECOND-HAND PIANO,
in good order. Apply at No. 26 Pitt street. -
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
.heap. Call at No. 27 Queen Btreet, between
dieting and Church streets._. fcbl4
ABARGAIN J-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rnggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low lor cash, ls nearly
:-.ew, cuts-28 Inches, ano baa an extra knife. No
cnarge for package. Price $40.' Apply at TEE
NEWS Joh Office._matta
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANraTION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
urangeburg District, South carolina, 16 miles J
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, au?
gusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangebarg
Courthbuse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1026 acres of land. 238 of
which ta cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more cleared, but noe under fence-all of
which ls first-class Cotton'and Cern Lands; the
balance ls first-class Timber Land.
A nrst-clasB Circular Saw Mill (water,) tn 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. Bas a
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 lt which makes- lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma?
nures, Ac. The beat of titles can be given. Any
information either In writing or In person can be
bad by application to Dr. h. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston, S. 0. Junt6
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, 00 moderate terms, by ap?
plying at No. 12 Wem worth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. may ie
undersigned, hare formed a Copartnership
aa BAKERS, CONFECTIONERS, Ac, In all their
branches, under the firm name of APELER A
BUCBHE1T; business to be at No. 83 East Bay,
opposite Boyce's Wharf. J. H. APELER.
angil _ J. J. BUCH HEIT.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED have formed a Copartnership
as Cotton Factors and General Commission Mer?
chants, under the firm and name of WAGENER ?
WEEKLEY. HENRY WAGENER.
augMmo J. M. WEEKLEY. .
RAE SER & HARMON.
Tue undersigned have formed a co-partnership
for the tr an sac: lon of a Cotton Factorage and Gen?
eral Commission Business. They tender their ser?
vices to (heir friends and the public, and shall be
pleased to receive a call from them at their office
on Brown A Co.'3 Wharf
CLARENCE A. GRAESER,
ang3-th4 DIO THOMAS F. HARMON.
HJPEROR W?LLIAM CIGAR STORET
SPECIE PAYMENTS RESUMED AT No. 310
S KING STREET.
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers, Whole?
sale and Retail Consumers ot CIGARS, TOBACCO,
SNUFF, Ac, an extra Inducement for their trade.
SPECIE PAYMENTS at par exchanged for
GREENBACKS to the amount of purchase made,
without any advance upon the Goods, constating
of au 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 his Stock ls respectfully solicited.
Proprietor or Emperor William cigar Store.
This unequalled MACHINE uses the straight
Needle, makes the Lock Stitch (alike on both
sides,) and Is the only practical low priced Lock
Stitch Sewing Machine ever invented, and the
beat Family Sewing Machine In the market, with?
out regard to price. Price $25 and $37. Call, ex?
amine and compare with others, at No. lfcs Meet
lng'street. W. S. BISSELL.
L TOBIAS' SONS,. No.. 110 EAS? BAT, '
" Offer for sa?e?ronTTJ. S. ?ondea Wareli?nBCi.L -
Choice COONAO ana LA ROCHELLE ERA^TDT,
van?os vintages,-In - -?-~
ifth casks . -
AND*- "? ' _
Cases ofone dozenbottleireaeh. - ?? :
may23-tntbB3m.o '_AV:-..v;-- "y
J^NGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS? SONS, Agents of M?ssrar.'i Edward
A George Hlbbert, of London, offerfor'saleCHnj
bert's PORTER and BBBS'B PALE ALE^pInts
and quarts. _ angS-SniO
Q'A;N D L E S .
- A TOBIAS' SONS-Oflerfor sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weights, ang8r6mo
T7INEGAB, PRUNES/ WHITE WINE,
V CLARET, Ac.
. - ^" r - u&?kZ?
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer'for sale TIREGABV
Prunes, White Wme, Imported..direct-from.
France. augWmo -'.
gUGAR AND MOLASSES: 'ff
MORDECAI A CO.^ offejr,; fox. sale Good ..to
Prime Cnba and Potto Elco SUGARS and Choice
MOLASSES. 'i. >augg?mo
QHO?CE DEMERABA SUGARS.'
MORDECAI AGO. offer for sale Invoice-Choice
DemeraraVsUGARS., . : ./-angfi^emo ;
"pRlME WHITE CORN.
'' MORDECAI A CO. offer Tor Bale Prime- White,|
CORN, land In e. ?angWmo
100- rons Heavy -Neir.York7 BAG G INO, for sale
by , * RAVENED* CO.
- aug9-3 .-' . ??..v.^:"-y;->'g.v.:.
QOTTON'TIES AND BAMaftHNGl'''
NEW YORK DOUBLE. ANCHOR BAGGING "
Rolls and Half Rolls 2# and 2>? lbs per yard,
48 Inches in loom._
COTTON -TIES-UNIVERSAL,DILLON'S, as
strong and simple of adjustment as the best. Fall
supply on hand always. . ? - . t
WILLIAM R8ACH A CO., .. .v
aug5-lmo Mannfactnrer'aAgents. ;
Jg AG firING- ! B AO GI N G l i
loo rolla Ludlow BAGGING. 60 yardB each
60 rolla Ludrow Bagging, loo yard* each
io bales.Gunny Batofdngf' -'.- ?
For sale by KINSMAN A HOWELL,
July26 No. 128 East Bay. Charleston,: 8. O. .
LLTNG OFF 1 SELLING OFF t
THREE WEEKS ONLY,
. '.-At ... .. ..,
LINLEY'S CHEAP ST?BE,"
MO. 388 KINO STREBT.
To perfect certain improvements,.I am now
offering, AT COST, the large stock m store, con
French China ?Vj
Fme Japanned WalterB ?3
Cake and Spice Boxes
Looking Glasses of all Elzes
I Feather and Hair Dusters
. ' - WhlBk Brushes,'
Aod a general assortment ol
H O U S E- FURNISHING G O O. D S.
These Goods having been bought at lowjOgures,
win be great bargains to ah who .have need of
them. Respectfully, Ac,.
July81 JOHN W. LINLEY. !
\C\ LA RET 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 free. j uni'.
g BINGLE S! SHINGLES!
Just received, a nae lot. For sale low at BUILD
ER'S DEPOT, NO. 94 Chnrcli street.
Junie E. M. GRIMKE.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEAUFATN 8TS.
The proprietor respectfully informs his friends
and the public that, having refitted the above
Mill with improved Machinery, ls now prepared
to receive orders for LUMBER ot all descriptions,
which will be famished with dispatch, and at the
lowest market prlcci. On hand a large stock of
Seasoned. Dressed Flooring, Lining. Shelving
and Weather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES, Plast
erlng Laths, Ac. J. H. STEIN MEYER,
CORN EH BROAD STBSET AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates Tor ALL PAPERS In the United States.
WALKER, EVJXNS A COGSWELL.
Jj" O W READY,
Among the contents are :
SMALL GRAIN, by D. Wyatt Aiken
Land or Labor, by E. M. Pendleton
Brazil NutB and Kio Coffee, by Valley or the Ama?
Caju and other Tropical Fruits, by Valley or the
Merino Sheep, by Jas. W. Watts
Dairying lu the South, by L. A. Hansen
Labor Question In Louisiana, by T. W. J.
Price-Single number.26 cents
Per annum.S3 or
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers, No, 8 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE. ' ,
maris . J
m CM N 2? N D OATS.
?saeta Prime Oats,
ipr SJleby HERMANN BULWINKLE,
angio-3..-- Kerr'a Wharf.
?JOTTON TIES-. AND "B? G G IN G.
A? Agenta for Hanaractnrera. we offer for s al O
atlfllrpiioeatbe following UBS: Tue "Arrowy
tbe "Anchor," the "Eureka," Swett's Patent
Buckie, Butler's B>ickle,-and Beard's Patent Locke
Tie. . >.-5?<r-v 0
American, Dundee'and india BAGGING. W
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Jnly28-fmwimo,' ~ ??. Factors, Church street -.
pLODB ? ^ HfeUR! FLOURl
'-IMO bola. Fine,- Super,, Extra and Family
FLOUR. For sale by '.?-.' '.-??' >T
HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
JAGGING I BAGGING I ' BAGGING I
80 bates Superior quality (2 pounds) DUNDEE
. CLOTH "
50 balee a on ny Clo tn. '
In Store and for Hale low by
.'..-'. - GEO. A.TRENHOLMA SON, _
. rang? '?"-'" ?' . ' , - . No. I Broad street.
TII? LARGEST AND.BEST ASSORTMENT; O?K
G B O G E Bil E S :, '. -
FOR FAMILY A^?i^ANTATIOS -USE, TS TESS
' CITY, CAN BB FOUND AT
WILSON'S, . 'y
W I L'S ?N'S,
W I L S O N'S*
NO. 30? .. /' k ST
. ? No charge toRPaoking ,
No; soe- ;: : "k' ... #
i. .' ' Goods.. .. . '
Ko 3 06 "".- ?>. . '?.f -KINO . ST?
* . . .Jl Goods deUvered - ?
NO. 306 - 'V' -.BANG ST?
ri of charge to any<part '..?p
No 308 .Ki?Q:*?AV
of City, RaUroad Depots e>_ .
No. 306 s* Kl??? :Si-w
. steamboat Landing*. ^.-.--P
No. 306 KING . Pf*
. - *-. '?] ' :*>.'
Wearenowofferlnga n ^
WILSONS' .:. - GROCERY.
<l Ftoe, (yiear Drawing ,
. . - ?. "t"*f T E A
WILSONS' . . . . GROCERY.
.... Attbe low-price of . '
-WILSONS' - GROCERY.
ONE DOLLAR . .. ?^?-?L,
Na 8 06 ' ri ? 'ifcr^TfST.
. . . .per pound, . ??
NO, 806 >-.. -., KING ST.
' . . Forty to thirty cent. a.
No.' 308 .. --. BANG- ?IV
- pound below other
Ne. 8.0e" - KING> ST.
No. 309 . ; ; KINO ST.
GO-FEE BS I OOP F BES! OOP FE jf8 f
ROASTED AND*GREEN COFFEE, of all grades. '
Bl?i; LAGUAYBA, MARACAIBO, JAVA, MOC?&?.
'? We arenow parobiog our own Coffees, and can
-.aafelj. recommend them for their .flue flavor and
-purity. * . . .
?? We wish It distinctly undera tood that we do not
kjeep any Gronnd Coiieea cn .hand; preferrmgto
grind them at the time or purchase, and in the
presence of purchasers, thus Injuring a puro and
-OurCkMlees arejiow considered' by connolsaeurB
the-BEST Bold. Give tkemVtral^ ' T^r?
JJATHOSN SPBINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
. glasastoppered decantera
French Pickles, in fancy jara "
India Currie, In flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paate, Anchovy Paste M
French Mustard, th^glass pots ...... . < . - mt
. Queen's -OUvea, Capera, Bordeaux Olive OU?
Florence OUve OU, in flasks, and'Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
I^te' Wi^Corwin A Co.
jami_?oTarfe- Klux street.
XTEW BUTTER, ?MITA110N ENGLISH
.J3I ' . CHEESE,'AC:
'RECEITED l^B^BE?BOT?BBI7?LB. .
Choice New a OS HEN - BUTTER,' Jenny Lin d Im -
Ration English Cheese, Mild Factory"Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, Yonng America' Cheese, Elohim and
Sap saip. Ciheesey; Extra Sm
BreakfaBt Bacon Strips, CholceTlckled Beef, Fam
Uy Pig Pork and KcBledOxTonguea. .
Duffleld's, American, Wbe?tplialia, WhltaVlr,
Extra Stor^Davtals Diamond,' and the ' ceibbrated
White Sugar-cured ciamp'l?n&ma;. ' v .
For sale by EE.BE??TOBDJ 0
janii . ' 5b. mfktpgstreet .
?DREIEN LAGER BEER
SCOTCH ALES .' .
CHAMPAGNES ALES W
?y... ? LONDON PORTERS
DUBUN PORTBBS V. V , . : .
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil ? ' . ^Oii? Kiw atreet
I T ANDRETH'S WARRANTED SEEDS.
[JU '-^T' V:-. ^^r>
We have on hand our full supply of TURNIP'
and other Seeds, au of which wo will warrant as
Fresh and Genuine. L.y...;,..-r?^y/
No other Seeds but thosegrown by LANDRETH
are sold at this estabUBiuneht.-t;Beeda> jpt.up.in
dozens to* eult country1, trade,- at Philadelphia
prices. AU Mers promptly attended to. ??.
. Large Yellow Purple-Top ROTA BAGA, Large
White Globe, Large Norfolk, YeUow Aberdeen,
Dale's Hybrid, Amber Globe Seven.Top, Red-Top,
Early Fiat Dutoh. and all the Tarletlesof Cab
Blveted-back SCTTHES, Hay Bake^^TJnwar?j,
Wood and WUlowware, HonaeFurnishing Goods,?
Agrlcultaral and Horticultural Implement. "Ti
BLUM A MILLER,
Proprietors of Landreth's Cid Eateblished Agri
cultural House, No. S68 King . Btreetv Bign
?JHARLES LIEBE NBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTALLEBYT11
CHARLESTON', S. C.
mw Highest Prices paid in Cash for Crude Tor
49- Virgin $410, Tell ow Dip $8 IS, Hard $1 90.
JJDWARD N. THURSTON.
FACTOR A GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
A D GER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTON, fl O.
TTT7E LITE AND LEARN, DYE AND
V T FORGET ALL.
THE SOUTHER.N DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STRKET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladies' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned, and. done
np with the Soft or Manufacturera' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
MW Goods received and returned by Express-,
jmm-lyr_I. BILLER, Proprietor.
JUST RECEIVE D,
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, +
(Belmbold's,) ' .
By DB. H. RAER,
mayis No. 181 Meeting street.