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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
Ko. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
Wit &i)iitU?i$ n gztoi
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1871. ' .
Persons lcaving inc- elly during the
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NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed In' New York, yesterday, at
_Cotton was In better demand, with lower
prices; uplands 181c; sales 2636 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
8jd., Orleans 9d.; sales 10,000 bales.
-The censas ol Germany 1B to be taken on
December 1st. ' "
-The navy expenses of last year were just
a million dollars.less than the appropriation. ;
-The arrival of the cotton worm is chroni?
cled in Louisiana.
-The-Bale of newspapers has been begun In
tbe streets of Berlin.
-Taglionl, the once famous danseuse, died
at.her villa on Lake romo, recently, aged 102.
-The fare on San Francisco street cars has
been reduced from six and a quarter to four
-The tide of European passenger travel hos
turned for the season. Americans ore begin?
ning to comeback to America.
. -The statement ls now made in Indi' ia
that Vice-Pr?sident Colfax, after his term ex?
pires,. Is to be re-elected to the House of Rep?
r?sentatives from his old district.
-The Empress Eugenie is about to make a
visit,to Spain to see her mother. Napoleon is
purchasing property near Geneva, in Switzer?
land, with a view of residing there.
-An express trahi between Plymouth and
London makes the distance, 194 miles, in four
and a quarter hours, including fifteen minutes'
stoppage. This ls probably the 'fastest travel?
ling in the world.
-A California genius has invented what he
calls the Eureka boot-puller, which consists of
a leather belt, having two' books attached to
it He places the belt over his right shoulder,
adjusts the hooks lahls boot-straps, and then
leans backwards, and the tightest boot is con?
-The old traditions about the Car of Jug
ernant are apparently about to be extin?
guished. Aa eye witness of the ceremonial
says - that the.old stories ore grossly exagger?
ated, that no victims are crushed, and that
there Ia. no more orgy than may be witnessed
at an English country fair.
-A new device Xor aiding the postofflce re?
venue has been propounded in England. It ls
proposed'that ace-stamping instruments should
be arranged to .give a brief advertisement
around the margin, and that advertisers could
then eqgage to bave all tbe letters gol ag to
certain points they might desire to reach
stamped with their advertisement.
-Constantinople is tobe connected with the
opposite Asiatic coast by a railroad tunnel,
consisting of sheet iron double tubes, under
the water of the Bosphoras. The tunnel is to
be about twelve hundred feet long, ten feet in
diameter Jn the clear, and to be thirty-six feet j
below the level of the water, in order not to]
obstruct navigation.... ... .
-Life Insurance polices are put up at auc?
tion and sold to the highest bidder in England,
the buyer- sometimes making, sometimes
losing by the operation. Recently a policy of'
?3000'on the life of a Liverpool"merchant in
bis 70th year was disposed of for- ?150. The
merchant died two days afterword, and the
purchaser realized in forty-eight hours $15,000
ont.Of $7?0. .
-A writer in the Food Journal says that out
cf twenty samples of bakers' bread analyzed
and examined by him,, only three were posi?
tively genuine, while ' sixteen' were contami?
nated with an actual poison. -The quantity, he '
says, ia not so great jae. to show Immediate
effects, but thousands are unconsciously con?
suming a half grain of sulphate ofcopper.every
day, a habit that cannot be long practiced
with impunity. As be suggests, however, tbe
fault may not restenOrely with tho bakers,
.since there are' Inferior brands of flour in the
market warranted to make white bread with?
out the use of alum.
-Anothernew book has been published In
England which ls destined to make a "sensa?
tion, i It ls entitled "The Coming Race," and
his just been republished here. .It describes a I
totally ' new' community, discovered by an
American, beneath the surface o? the earth.
We sha] lg; ve some account of it another day;
in tbe meantime we may mention that a loud
dispute Is going)on in England, with regard to
the anthorehlp bf the mysterious book. It was at !
flrrt"il^i?^';W'Mr. Laurence Oliphant, of |
the Brocton. community^ but that gentleman
writes the following note to the Athen?um :
. I have been-informed that the authorship of
a very remarkable' work which-has lately ap?
peared, entitled "The Coming Racer has been
attributed in your columns to myself. Per?
mit m e to say that, while I recognize the great
literary merit of the work,' I am not Its author
orin any way responsible for, or in sympathy
with, the very peculiar-views which lt con?
tains. LAURENCE OLIPHANT.
The New York Times ls inclined to trace the
authorship to. Mr. Arthur Helps, ahthor of |
"Beaimah,na book which has many features
In common with "The Coming Race."
; -The latest-development In the case oi Mrs.
Wharton ls- contained In the following' from
the Baltimore American : "There hos been a
rumor ?oatlng about the streets for the last
three days tb the effect that Professor Aiken
bas completed the analysis of the stomach of
Major Henry. Wharton, (brought from Morris?
town'some weeks since,) and that no poison
bas been found. Professor : Aiken and the
members of the medical lacuity, who are sup?
posed to know the result Of the analysis, de?
cline to give any Imormation, and the civil au?
thorities profess to have no Information on
the subject. Without having any direct au?
thority for the assertion, we think that It may
be safely stated that the chemical investigation
was concluded on Wednesday last, and that
the results; obtained were only negative-that
is, the-poisons looked for were not found.
This of course does not decide the question as
to -whether Major Wharton was poisoned or
not; but the iaot that the presence of poison
was not discovered* in his remains will have a
powerful mora] effect in relieving Mrs. Whar?
ton from the suspicion of having taken.nway
"ber son's life. "There was tbe largest money
motive In this case, and the fallare to sustain
it will lilt a heavy load bf suspicion from the
unhappy woman,, weighed down os she ls with
the burden o? -Ith'e charges brought against
-The Gaulois publlshes.the following amus?
ing letter from M. Barton,head of the Coliege'ot
Chateaudun, .to Baron von Unterrlcnt, orderly
officer ot General von der Tann: "?aron :
The 28th o? November last you wer'? at Ctia
teandun, which was taken after a fight of nine
hours,'not very glorious for the Prussian arms,
6ince 18,000'men, with 24 pieces of orllHery,
were pitted against 1200 men. You took up
your quarters at my friend's,* the apothecary,
where'we met. After dinner, in the joy caxsed
by your success, you boasted about the power
of Prussia, her Immense forces and admirable
military organization, which no other na?
tion could resist. Greatly excited, you
fixed the date of your triumphal entry
into Paris, and fixed the following Itin?
erary : 'In two days we shall be at Orleans,
in eight days at Tours, and In three weeks
in Paris.' As I. contested this assertion, you
said, 'Well, I bet my head against yours that
we shall enter Paris before the 1st of Janu?
ary.' The bet was taken; Not having entered
Paris before the 1st of January, you bave l06t,
and your head belongs to me. As a man of
honor and a gentleman, you owe lt to me, and
I count upon your word. But do not torment
yourself, Baron, I am not a man of blood, and
prefer seeing heads where the Creator placed
them. For this reason I prefer a settlement.
You shall keep your head, which is no doubt
precious to you and would be a great nuisance
to me; but. as compensation you will give me
$2000 which shall be laid out In relieving the
victims of the war." The Baron's letter ls
The Mortem Devil.
He who should undertake at the present
day to paint a. picture of the devil would
have to depart very widely from ancient
conceptions. The bugaboo of childhood,
the "raw head and bloody bones," shows not
a whit more absurd than'the grotesque
figure, with hoofs and horns, and arrow
pointed tail, so familiar to us all. . In fact,
any anthropomorphic notion of bis Satanic
Majesty must seem ridicalotrs in the eyes of
those scientists to whom the haman form
and the human character are alike nonsen?
sical when applied to apirits, good or bad.
Nevertheless, we incline to the good old
idea that the devil is a man.
But contrast Tasso's disgusting Monster
of the Pit with Milton's majestic fallen an?
ge],* and then compare the latter with
Goethe's Mephistopheles or the devil in
Bailey's Festus. The four pictures will
serve as an accurate measure of the change
which has been wrought by time in man's
conceptions of the master spirit of evil.
Tasso's portrait is that of a loathsome beast,
fib only to terrify peasants, and children.
Milton's Satan actually excites- sympathy,
while Mephistopheles provokes admiration
for his intellectual cunning, and the devil in
Festus, repentant and saved atlast, claims
more affection than Burns's fell pity for
"pair Nickie Ben," albeit be "wadna men'
Here, surely, i3 "progress." And"there
is plenty more of the same. For behold !
George Francis Train, lecturing to immense
audiences in the West,, is blasphemous
enough to bold up his hand and to cry out,
"All who are ia favor of. going to bell with
"me, say aye;" to which there ls a unani?
mous responsive shout, without a dissen?
tient voice. Is it to be wondered that the
localities in which these lectures are thus
applauded should resemble so many boiling
cauldrons; that society should be in a state
of perpetual turmoil; that"faith in anything
human or divine should be wholly wanting;
that the gospel of bullets and blood should
supplant the religion of the Prince of Peace,
and that mar lers should outnumber di?
If the evolution of faith should terminate
in the negation of all existence other than
that which we know on this earth, and if
it cannot be denied that, in the earth, there
are evil powers at work, then it is clear that
the only devils that do exist'are men. That
these men are consoiouB of their evil na?
tures is by no means probable. On the con?
trary, it is more than probable that they
believe themselves to be the best-they
know they ore the wisest-ol mankind. In
tbat event, the Arch Fiend would be found
not among such small fry as George Francis
Train, nor yet in Beecher's pulpit, but at the
head of that true throne ot power-some
great daily newspaper. He may fancy him?
self a philosopher anda "philanthropist, and
bia mild, diabolical crown may be a white
hat Or he may proclaim himself the Herald
of all trutb, and announce as the Golden
Secret that the principle of success is the
absence of ali principle whatsoever.
An Error in Cotton Figures.
In the statement of .the cotton movement
for the past week, published in our issue of
yesterday, it was reported that the Indian
cotton afloat for Europe amounted to GC3,40G
bales, and at the corresponding time last
year "112,255 bales. Euston's Circular, of
Saturday last, just received, makes the
amount now a Coat from India 384,000
bales, against 397,000 bales for the same
time the season before, and 597,000 bales
two years ago, showing that the current
season is .200,000 bales less than that of
1869, "ad rather smaller than that of 1870.
The financial Chronicle of the same date
makes the Indian cotton now afloat for
Europe 643,000 bales, bat includes ia this
sum all cotton afloat for Liverpool not
American. There -is- also a difference be?
tween Easton and the Financial Chronicle.
in the total stock in sight, Easton making
it 1,666,346 bales, and the Chronicle 1,848,
253 bales. The diflerence is important,
and should be explained or corrected.
Grant's "New Departure.??
President Grant gives formal notice to
the Radical party, and all the rest of man?
kind, that he is determined that the South
shall have "honest and competent" Federal
officials. South Carolina, as far os the
higher offices are concerned, is not the worst
treated of the Southern States, but Lhere are
doubtless many minor officials who might
be removed with considerable advantage to
the public service.
Up to this time, complaints made by the
Southern people as to the conduct of Fed?
eral officials have been wholly disregarded,
or have been accepted as an evidence of the
fitness and worth of the person accused.
3ut the assurance is now given that Presi?
dent Grant will take it. as a favor when men
'"of. any shade of politics" report to him
any "dishonesty or incompetency on the
'"part of his appointees," and that well
authenticated complaints, from any quarter,
will receive careful attention.
It is rather late in the. day for our taciturn
Ctesar to turn his back upon .the doltish
crew who fill so many government offices
j throughout the South,.'and it'iemalnBvto be
ra?en whether the .'promise sp deliberately
made will be 'faithfully kept. |The proof of
.President Grant's sincerity is yet to be
given, but, unless we are misinformed,
there are Federal officiais in this State who
richly deserve to be removed, and there
should be no difficulty in getting up -such
cases against them as, according to the
President's promise, will insure* their decapi?
tation. All all events, let the trial be made
upon the first favorable opportunity.
9 * " !?? ." ? ' -?
A Heavy Blow!
The Colombia Union thinks that "when a
"man's Republicanism is measured 'by the
"number of offices he can hold, the sbooer
"he goes over to the Democracy the better
"for the Republican Party." This is a
heavy blow, bat it don't go far enough. We
oiler this amendment: When a man takes
up politics as a trade, and makes a more or
lesB luxurious living by selling his official
influence to the highest bidder, the sooner
be goes over the Potomac the better for the
Southern people. But, if all such political
hucksters take, this hint, the government
offices io Columbia will be well-nigh empty,
and it will be hard to get a legislative quo?
rum without a general election.
or Mr. and Mrs. JOHN SCULLY, are respectfully
invited to attend the Funeral ot mc former, from
his late residence, No. 78 King street, THIS AFTER
NOOK, at 3 o'clock, aug 15-*.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY.-The Members of this Society are re?
quested to attend the Funeral Services of their j
late brother member, JOHN SCULLY, from bis
late residence, No. T8 King street, THIS AFTER?
NOON, at 3 o'clock. '
Dy ord;r. W. BAKER,
O'NEILL.-Died, in this city, oa the morning of j
the nih' instant, alter a short but painful illness,
Mr. CONK O'NEILL, in the oom year ol his age.
HIS FRIENDS, AND THOSE OF
his family, are respectfully Invited to attend his
Funeral Services at the Cathedral Chapel THIS'
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. angl?
Q. OLD WANTED.
Apply to SLOAN A SE1GKIODS,
augi5 Brown Sc Co.'s Wharf.
BANK OF CHARLESTON STOCK
City of Savannah Bonds
Southwestern (Ga) Railroad Stock
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Bonds
Mississippi central Railroad Bonds
City of Memphis Bonds
Columbia, Memphis and Kashvl'le Past Due Cou?
pons. By AC. KAUFMAN,
augl5-l No. 25 Broad street.
jgONDS, COUPONS, 4c.
'GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONDS AND COUPONS
Uncurrent Bank Notes .
Geld and Silver
Dealt regularly In by A. C. KAUFMAN,
julyll-tuttis Ko. 25 Broad street.
deming lita crimes.
.ppM^^H?TTLE SEWING ?CHINE
ruis unequalled MACHINE nses the straight
Needle, makes the Lock Stitch (alike on both
sides,) and lathe only practical low priced Lock
Stitch Sewing Machine ever Invented, and the
best Family Sewing Machine iu the market, with?
out regard to price. Price $25 and $37. Cal!, ex?
amine and compare with others, at No. lei Ba?
sel street. w. & tis s ELL.
apr-l-1 u:h sernos
Q E. HOLMES,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
HARLES LIEBE NB O OD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. C. ? ' .
MW Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tar
MW Virgin $4 00, Yellow Dip $3 03, Hard $1 80.
ABD N. THURSTON.
FACTOR Sc GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ADOER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 SING STREET,
. Dyes and Cleans, by means ol steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace curtains cleaned and done
up with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish*; Lace
and Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
49- Goods received and returned by Express.
Jnn22-lyr I. BILLER, Proprietor.
??Draga, Crjemirals, Ut.
R. SIMMONS'~LTVER REGIJLTTORT
A preparation or R:ots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
it bas been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-ave years as one of the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparation! ever
offered to the suffering. If'taken regularly and
persistently, lt ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, .vstlveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections or
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections or the
kidneys, rever, nervousness, chills,- diseases or
the skin, Impurity or the blood, melancholy or de?
pression ot spirits, heartburn, cholle or pains m
the bowels, pain ia the bead, fever and-ague,
dropsy, boils, pain In back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affectloas, and bilious diseases
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN Sc CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Qa.
Price $1; by mall $1 25.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to tbe virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN Sc CO.
BOWIE, y<>/SE A DAVIS,
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
DR. H. BAER,
Jolyt No 131 Meeting Etreet.
f ps- CONt^S PBfc ~STE AMI
SEA GULL, from Baltimore are hereby notlfl
that shela THIS DAT ?lschrglog Cargo at P
No. 1, Da ?on Wharves. Ai: (pods not t aken aw
at sunset, will remain on vnarf at consigne
rial:. Mt ?D Ec AI A- CO.,
^"NOTICE IS H?REET GIVEN THi
at the next Session of the emeral Assembly
the State of South Carolina application will
made for a Benewal of the OIARTER OF MA
ION LODGE, No. 2,1.0. 0. ?.! angl5-lamo:
ps- THE SCAVENGERS OF TI
Upper Wards state In reply t> the pobllc chat
ef neglecting to remove the garbage from t
streets, that it ls an nntrnth as stated In Sati
day'B Evening Republican, mir they refer
parties to the Day Boote In the Guardhouse 1
.confirmation. . TIGB A COLLINS
, angl5-l* . , ._
PS- CONSIGNEES BER STEAMSH
JAMES ADGER are hereby notified that she
discharging cargo at Adgers South Wharf. .
good remaining on the wharf at sut set will
? stored at owners' risk and etpense.
' JAM IS ADGER A CO.,
augis-l . Agents
ps- OFFICE OF TEE CBARLESTC
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE B?1
FIT OF THE FREE SOHOOI FOND, Np. 147 MEI
INO STREET-CHARLESTON, AUGUaT 14, 18'
Official Raffled Numbers oj the Charleston Cha
table Association, for tte Benefit of the Fi
School Fund :
CLASS NO. 131-MORNIKG.
CLASS NO. 13S-EVKK?NG.*
50-GO-10- 42-44-30-35-2-5-47-7 38-37
AS witness our band tblsl4th day of Angus t, 18
JAMI'S G1LLILAND, -
:navC9 ?vorn Commissioners.
^"NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HA YIN
claims against me will present them at once
Messrs. P. B. LALANE A 00.
angl2-Stutb3 . T. W. EGGEREING.
ps- THE TJNDEBSIGNEDHA8 LOCA'
ED himself temporarily at No. ici. HAS!
STREET. On hand, HOKE SHUTTLE SEWI.N
MACHINES.. ' TV. S. BI SSE LL,
aogi2-stuth3 Opposite" Hebrew Synagcgus.
pS*OfFIQE COUNTY COMMISSION
?RS, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON
C., AUGUST 4TH, 1871.-Th? Annnual Meeting
th ls Board'will be held on th? (I?t) F?B3T Torspj
. of September next. AU perseus having bills again
the County will deposit th? sime- with the Clerl
OB or before the (1st) first day of September. Bli!
not deposited at that date will not be audited i
said Annual Meeting. A. S. JARVIS, ~
aug7,16,23,8l * Clerk.'
ps- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY. -
The Treasurer nf the Charleston Bible Society wi
receive Subscriptions or Donations at hlaofflci
No. 68 East Bay,'corner of. Atlantic Wharf. -Tl
payment ot Two Dollars will '"constitue a person
member for one year. Bibles" are kept , on .ban
for distribution. The Society has one CoJporte u
in the field, and solicits aid to introduce an o the:
Persons interested in the wort: or seeking iurtht
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos Treasurer 0. B. S.
ps- NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VE1
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, thai
from and after the first day of March, 1871', the
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. I
CARDUZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DsLARGE/L. C. S. S. C.
Colombia, Febrnary 28.1871. . j marti
PS- GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
This valuable csmpound contains no opium, laud
anum,-paragorlc, or other anodyne, and will'no
massacre the innocents like the "soothing ay rups'
so much lu vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL 1B harmless, and ls recemmended by al
onr best physicians. It ls to be had of the manu
lecturer, DR. H. B>ER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
Ami of all Druggists. apr22-stnth
PS* J OST PUBLISHED.
IN ONE VOLUME', Price soc.
The following Medical Lectures fdr Gentlemen :
' L PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.
2. PREMATURE DECLINE IN MAN.
. 3. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY.
4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS
6. ABUSES OF THE NATFRAL FUNCTIONS.
7. TREATMENT A VD OUR?.
Price (0 cents by mall. Address the author, Di
CURTIS, No. 9 Tremont Place, Boston. Mass. .
?pm* MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the GENITC
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest seien
tifie treatment by placing themselves .under tin
care oi Dr. T. BEENSTJ ERNA, office No. 74 Hase
street, three doors from the Poa to (Bee.
pf EEL? FOR THE NERVOUS.
Where ls lt to be fonnd ? cries the trembling vic
tim of nervous debility. Not In-the tavern dram
that fires up the circulation for a moment, and t
succeeded by collapse.. Not la purgative pills, o:
a Lenten diet, but in an lnvlgorant and rea: ora
tlve in which the tonic elements are united witt
gentle aperient and alterative properties. Whei
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS was In trod nc
ed nearly twenty years ago, this Important objeci
waa first attained. Th is .peaceful and active vege
table specific ls as Justly celebrated for Its cure:
of nervous diseases as for the absolute certain: j
with which lt relieves dyspepsia and biliousness
-The hot weather toward the close of summer gen
era Hy aggravates diseases or a nervous type, ere
atlng a degree-of feebleness which ls beyond mea
sure distressing. Under such circumstances rally
the bodily energies with a 'course of HOSTET?
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Of all tonics, it la
the most satisfactory In its operations, and the
least exciting. It braces the nerves up to their
natural tension, but not beyond lr, so there 13 no
reaction. It has other properties, however, than
those of a nervine, and as a blood d?purent and
moderate aperient, ls superior to a: j other mt di
cine of the day.
Fraud, however, ls on the alert. The celebrity
of the original medicine has given rise to scores
of counterfeits and imitations. Examine the
label, and the fae simile of the signature of the
firm; see that the spelling ls all correct, and thus
make sure of the' genuineness of "the article you
P. S.-HOSTETTER'S BITTERS are never Bold
in kegs or barrels, bat In bottles-only.
PS- ANYBODY IN WANT OF A FINE
Head of Hair should ase at once JAYNE'S HAIR
TONIC. It will excite the scalp to new and healthy
action, cleanse lt from scurf and dandruff, pre?
vent the hair from falling off, cure these eruptive
diseases which often appear on the head, and In
most cases produce a fine growth of new hair.
As a dressing, no better preparation can be ob?
tained for Imparting a rich and glossy appear?
ance to the hair. Sold everywhere, and by GOOD?
RICH, WISEMAN A CO., Wholesale Agents,
Charleston, S. C. ' ; augi2-stnth8
ps- GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
ABUSES which Interfere with MARRIAGE-with
sure means of relief for the Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free, in seal?
ed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
pm-. IF PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM
the dull stupidity that meets na everywhere in
spring, and too often in all seasons of the year,
J knew how quick lt could be cured ty taking
A YER'S SARSAPARILLA to purge the bile from
their Bystems, we should have better neighbors
as weil as clearer heads to deal with.
WASHINGTON RULE .; CLUB.-T ME
Regular Monihlr Meeting of your dob
will be field THIS EVSNING, at, 8. o'clock, at Hall
No. 306- King street, (over wilson's Grocery.)
Members are requested to be punctual, as an elec?
tion for Fourth Vice President and otber officers
will take place. By order. PETER FALLON,.
angi5_Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC C L?? B -
Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting of the
Club THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, 15th inst., at half
past 8 o'clock. I>. WEISKOPF. -
N. E.-Persons.having tickets belonging to the
Club will oblige same by. returning them to any
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK
and Washer. Good recommendations re?
quired. Apply at No. 43 Charlotte street.
. angi51? _?_'.
TTTTANED TO INFORM, THAT OTTO
VT . SONNTAG'S OLD DYING AND SCOURING
ESTABLISBMENT. isln Wentworth Btreet;*near
Artesian Well. Coats, Pants and Hats cleaned.
augi6-l? ._. .. : ".
WANTED EVERY LADY TO KNOW
that they-can sell their OLD OR SECOND?
HAND FURNITURE ta good advantage, by ad?
dressing P. 0. Box-473, Chai leaton, S. C.
WANTED BY A YOUNG GIRL, -A SIT?
UATION to do housework and sew. Apply
at No. 80 calhoun street, one door from East Bay.
angie-:* - _? -
WANTED, A STEADY NURSE TO
take charge of an infant, and make her?
self generally UBefoL Apply at No. 104 Trade!
arreet. ?_ _ anglS .
WANTED, A WAITINGMAN. GOOD
recommendations required. Apply at No.
18 Meeting BtVeet. ._ angl6-l?
WANTED, A NEAT, HONEST AND
careful girl as narse. Apply ats o'clock
A. M. or 5 P. M. at No. a Ashley street, corner of
Mill. _ angl6-l?
WANTED, Av COOK AND WASHER,
and a Girl accustomed to house work and
the care of children. Good references required.
Apply at No. 25 Rntledge street._angi4
THE TJNDEBSIGNED ASKS THE RE
.TUKN tbrough the, Postoffice of certain
memorandum papers, of use only to himself,
which were taken from pr?mices No. io society
street. The rest of to* "treason" will bs freely
forgiven. JAMES J. GRACE._nugi2 .
WANTED, GENTLEMAN TO ENOW,
that- the largest Stock of CENTS' FUR?
NISHING GOODS ls on hand at ARCHER'S BA
z AAR, fifty per cent, .'ess than elsewhere.
WHITE WOMAN WANTED TO'COOK.
Apply at No. 43 Rutledge avenue. augS
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM
.. PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, elttierss coaohman, groom or
porter. -Has had experience and can furnish the
very best recommendations. A note addressed-to
"Coachman" at the oin ce of Tax NEWS, win
secure prompt attention. _July28
WANTED PURCHAS?RS OF TICKETS
la the Land and Immigration Association
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, .GARY A CO..
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see my friends
at the office of Mr. C. CLAC1US, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf, - ?BEN COFFIN, sob-Agent.
may29 _. ? ._ ' .
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOUSE, containing e to 8 rooms,
Situated either in the centre of the city or near
the lines or the City Railway. Address X. Y.Z.,
at this office, stating terms, location, Ac.
July3 _? _il
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk in a bouse In Charleston. Be ls well and
favorably known thronghoat East Florida, and
can furnish satisfactory testimonials as to dhar:
acter and qualifications. Address J. s; J.. NEWS
office. f Juiyl.
TO RENTTTHE STORE NOW OCCU?
PIED by Dowie. Mojse * Davis, at south?
west corner Meeting and Hasel streets. Apply
on the premises. ' _angl5-tnths3
TO BENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS
over store No. 807 Kins'street, convenient
for light housekeeping, Apply np stairs.
anglM* _. ' ' '. ? '
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF STORY:
Brick Bouse, No. 62 coming street. Apply
lo Captain J. JOHNSON, No. 41 East Bay..
TO RENT, THE COMMODIOUS RE?I
. DENCE No. 163 King street, between .Queen
and Clifford. Possession given 20th September.
Apply at rco. 74 Morris street. augS-taa*.
TO BENT, A HANDSOME SEVEN OC?
TAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, recently pat la
complete repair, and Stool. Apply at this Office.
ang4?_ ? . .' -. "
STORE TO RENT.-STORE* No. 203
. BAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
street, iormerly occupied ' by .'.Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A co.. Possession given 1st .September next.
Apply to JAMEsi MARSH, at Marsh's-Shipyard.
TO RENT, THE STORE AND DWELLING
southeast corner-of Anson and Society
streets, lately occupied t>y Mr. S. H. WILSON as
a Grocery. Apply at No. 237 King street.
Jdlya-i-inths ._? . ? ? ?-_
TO RENT, FOUR* ROOMS, AT No. ll
Doughty street Apply-within. Jun28
-, for Sale.
MULES FOR liALE.-JUST ARRIVED
a few prime Mules and- Saddle and Draft
-Horses. Also, an elegant new>Buggy for sale
low, at CHRISTOPHER'S STABLES. angJ6-l?
FOR SALE, UPON SOUTHERN WHARF\
' Two Hundred Dozen PINEAPPLES, la fine
order.. BAVENEL, HOLMES A? CO.
TJ-OR?ALE, FIFTEEN-HORSE EN.GDO
JJ and - SAW MILL.. Corn Mili: with 30 Inch
Scones, l Flat (new) 25 feet long, 8 feet deep and
ll leet wide; 1 Flat (new) 20 feet long, 3 feet deep
and 8 feet wide. Apply to J. FRASER
MATBEWES, No. 68 Broad Btreet. aogl2-stath4
ABARGAIN!-TO -PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Baggies Wood Frame
Paper Cotter, will be sold low lor cash. Is nearly
new, cuts 28 inches, and has aa extra knife. Ho
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
N EWS Job Pince. . _mar22
?JOTTON GINNING ESTABLISHMENT.
THE GINS AND MACHINERY used by ns the
past season for ginning Sea Island and Up?
land Cottons, consisting of:
C MCCARTHY GINS
1 Gullett Gin (45 Saws)
2 Colton Vvhipper?
6 large Assorting Tables .
1 Pre*s (for packing Upland Cotton)
-Rings, Pestles, Ac, (for packing sea leland
The above are all In perfect order, and will be
sold at a reasonable iignre. For Information as to
termB, AC, apply to - ROBT. G. CH1SOLM,
At chisholm's Mills, west enqVor Tradd street,
Or HENRY L. CU ISO LM,
Jnly2n-tnths_. . Adger's Wharf.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
-heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting sud Church streets._fcb!4
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 50 OENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS. may IS
DkRSIGNED have formed a Copartnership
as Cotton Factors aud General Commission Mer.
chants, nuder the firm and name of WAGEN tR A
I WEEKLEY'. HENRY WAG EN ER.
aug5-lmo J. M. WEEKLEY.
Dissolutions of Olopartnersrjip.
existing under the arm name of HUNT;
THOMSON & CO.. New York, and HUNT BROS A
CO., Charleston, Sooth Carolina,. has been this
day disolved by mutual consent, ARTHUR THOM?
SON reiiriug. ISAAO F. HUNT, J HAMILTON
HUNT, and EUGENE BLONDEL, under the lirra
name or HUNT, BLONDEL A CO., New York, and
HUNT BROS A CO., Charleston, South Carolina,
have assumed and will pay all liabilities or the
said Arm. ISAAC F. HUNT,
J. HAMILTON HUNT,
COPARTNERSHIP.-The undersigned have this
day formed a copartnership under the Arm
name or HUNT, BLONDEL A CO., New York, and
HUNT BROS.-A CO. .Cbi.rlesion, South Carolina,
as General Commission Merchants.
New York, August 7,1871. . .
ISAAC F. HUNT.
J. HAMILTON HUNT.
augl3-3 EUGENE BLONDEL.
; ? rocmig, &?rncr0, S?t. ? >
DT, INTI. S, BONDED STORES. . ' 5:
A. TOBIA8' SONS, No, HO .BAST BAY,
Offer for sale from-Ur S, Bonded "Ware no use, .
Choice COGNAC aid LA* ROCHELLE BBAND'Yr
varions vintages, in ..
. . qaarter casks - . ..*
. Fifth casts
? AHD -' '
Cases of.one dozen bottles each.
.pgNGUSH PORTER AND ALE.
A: TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward'
&,George HIbbert, or London, offer for sale -Hlb-"
bert's PORTER and 'Bass's PALE ALE-pints
and qnarta._. ig ang8-6mo'
Q A N D IVE'. S .
A. TOBIAS' SONS.oller for sale ADAMANTINE'
CANDLES, all weights. . aug?flmO ';
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE / WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,:
Prunes, White Wine, Imported direct. from
France. '. - : : augS-flmo . .
gUGAB AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. oCer for sale Good, to,
Prime Cuba and Porto Rico SUGARS and Choice
QHOICE PEHKB^SCG^ ,
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale invoice 'Choice
Demerara SUGARS, angs-flmo ;
JP RIME WHITE CORN.
'MORDECAI A co. offer for. sale Prime White
CORN, landina*. augS-emo .
"g A G, G. I *N ,.G .
SCO rolls Domestic BAGGING, superior quality.
For eale by . . . W. B. SMITH A CO.. .
angi6-l Napier's Bange. :
n O R N .
2500 bushels Prime Western Mixed CORN:
Landing ana for sale by
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
' augis-i_Napier's Range.
piNEAPPLESJ PINEAPPLES 1
200 dozen PINEAPPLES,' for sale by the dozen' ]
or lu lots to Eult purchasers, by . '
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
augl5-l ... No. 177 East Bay.
QOTT?N TIES AND BAGGING. ?
NEW YORK DOUBLE ANCHOR BAGGING "j?'r.
Rolls and Half-Rolls 2and 2.< lbs per yard,
4ft taches in loom.' .
COTTON TIES-UNIVERSAL, DILLON'S, aa
stroDg and simple ot adjustment as the be?. Foll
supply on hand always.
. WILLIAM R8ACH A CO.,
augWmo Manufacturer's Agents.
qELUNG OFF! SELIiINGyOFF 1 ' |
THREE WEEKS ONLY,
. /AI' - # '.'^
LINLE Y'S CHEAP STOCKE,
MO. 888'KIMO STHBBT.'
To perfect certain improvements, I am now.
offering, AT COST, the large ' stock In store, con?
sisting of :
CROCKERY . "
. French China .
.' - " Hardware . ...
, . . *. - Woodenware
Fine Japanned Waitera' V ,3 :
Cake and Spice Boxes
La ol in g*G lasses of all sizes (
I Feather and Hair Dustera " '
. ... Brooms
And a general assortment of
H O US E-F.U RN 1 S HI N G GO O D S.:
wlU be great bargains to ail who have neel of
them. Respectfully, Ac.,
-JalySi. JOHN W. LINLEY.
. ' . '-? ' ." >s-;..:>X.|
- . ?' - ; . .' :"K . . '-'.:
\ ? M: . -;i ....>
. rr, ".' ": ? n ?*' -\? ????
'. .. ' . '...' tfiffl
? -.,.'- . .yr. UU'*M??m
---H . '? .-.--r-r.
pLARET ON DRAUGHT,
AT fl 25 PER- GALLON/
A fresh supply just received at
W. H. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
AU' Goods delivered free. ' JunJU
BOARDING. -A FEW* GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good- board
and pleasant rodms, on moderate terms, by ap?
ply lng at No. 12 Wentworth street, DAY BOARD?
ING amo furnla?ed. moy ia
lttatrr)*9, Jstoclrrj, S?t.
Jg A L L r B L A Q K .4 GO.
NOB. 665 AND 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
are closing ont their em ire stock of Bronze and
Imitation Bronze J
. GAS FIXTURES BELOW COST.
Better goods In design and finish ara not to he
had at their present low prices.
NEW DZ3IOSS OF UtTOBTSO
C B Y ST AL* CHANDELIERS
in great varfetyi-just received.
Call and examine ocr stock and prices.
LARGLST STOCK. . '
COEN EH BROAD Sra t ST AND EAST El Y.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at pnbUshers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS ta the United States.
WALKER, EY-OtS A COGSWELL.
-gMPEROR WILLIAM CIGAR STORE !
SPECIE PAYMENTS RESUMED AT No. 310
. KING STREET.
The Undersigned offers to Purchasers. Whole-'
sale and Retail Consumers of CIGARS, TOBACCO,
SNUFF, Aa, 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, consisting
of all articles ta his Une of business.
Orders extended to him, with Cash or City Ac?
ceptances, wiU be promptly attended to. . An ex?
amination ol his Stock ls respectfully solicited.
Prdprletor of Emperor WllUam Cigar store,
j uly io
?roccrixs. Xijjjttors, &b?j&
T^L?UB I FLOUR i FLOUR !
As Agent for some of the best mills ta North'
carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Bichmond, Va., st.
Louis, Ko., and Chicago, m., I would invite deal?
ers to examine my, stock .-.which consists of tue
best brands, FAMILY, EXTRA, SUPER and FINE,
which 1 offer at market rates. r
.^??.'. T.- J. N. ROBSON,
Ko. es East Bay and Nos.1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf. ;
COPY OF TESTIMONIAL.OfTsT..I/OUIS FLOUR
. ., ST. LOOTS. Msroh li, 3871. .
This certiflea..that 1 am using ls my-family
Davis A EmmonB's'cest-branfl of Flour, and find?
I" equal to any I have n?ed lu a housekeeping ex- T
perlence of over twenty.-llve' years, i . ? - -
(Signed,) , JAB, L. BENSON,
?angis-l . .. ? . . . - Inspector.
Jg AGOING i^ND vTW?NBir , ~.
.60 rolls 2J? to 2J? fll heavy CROWN BAGGING'
. 60 roils T 0 A 0 Sea lal a n d Hagging '
- balesTwlne. Forsaleby . j- .'
Bugio-i o. OLAcrus.Ne. 180East Bay.'.
rVTBW No. 1 MACKEREL AND SAL*
1\ ' MONS In Kits. -
Landing, and for sale by : .
:angl6-l .KUNCK WICKENBEEGrA OOi.
Jg" A C <) ft, F L O U-Ry Ac.
60 hbds. Prime Western- C. R. SIDES
20 h nd s. Prime Western Shoulders
160 barrels Flour-varions grades"
loo barrels S. H. Syrup
20 ,hhds a H. Syrup " ' " .'
loo barrels Demerar* Sugars
50'barre: s Mus co vado Sugars.
For sale lowby : . HENRY COBLA A CO.
' tntlM'-;'-";-"-^..' . ."yv. '? .
eHOlCE NEW Y0RR2?SUGAR-CURB?>
. PIG" SHOULDERS.
5 boxes Choice New York S. C. BIG SHOULDERS,
now landing per Georglav'and ional* bv
angI6-l PAUL B. LALANE A CQ^
?JHOICE S. 0. HAMS.:
'? 6 tierces Choice s. o. HAMS, canvassed, n.
Ames's brand; now lan dine per steamer Georgia-,
and for sale by PAUL B. LALANE A CV.
: anglB-1 ? . - : ?. " ?: . ? ,-. -
pEIME t*AP LARD. >
? 60 tabs Wilcox's Pure Leaf LARD,' now ian d in g -
per Georgia, and for sale by , -,.
anglS-1 -. PAULB. LALA5E A CO.,
QORNf CORN ! ; GORKI
14,000 bushels Prime Southern White, Western- \
augl4 - . ; : ? iKerr'B wharf/
FLOUR I ' FLOURi;c FL?UB I . ?i
?k*> ? .;-. ; :
10C0 ' bola. Fine, Super, Extra and Family
FLOUR. forsaleby ?;.'
- HERMANN BULWTNKLE-,
- juTy.it?:- ... :; : . .'Kerr's-Wharf..
.gAGGING 1 BAGGING I BAGGING I
80 baleaCSuperior ' quality (2 pounds)- DUNDEE.
-, CLOTH " -.'
60oaiesGannyClotm :-r- >
?In Store andio^sstelow^^^-.
GEO: Al TRENHOLM A SON,
aag3 So. 1 Broad street.'
s^HQI?Bi J)EMAEAR>ACS^t?AR ;. ?HT>
IfJ. . SWEET CLAYBDMOLASSES. ?,..'.:'-.
20 hods. Choice De ma rara SUGAR
60 hbds. Sweet Clayed Molasses. ??.
Fol?ale by -?- - J, A. lENSLOW--* 430\V?1^
aogl^tpth -. : :No. 141 East Bar.i
-^TTJJD GROCERY, fi
'.HE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
G B* O C ERIE S ,
FOR FAMILY AND PL^OTATTON USE, TN THIS
CTTY, CAN BE FOUND AT
W I L'S 0 N'S, .
Nd. 306 ? Uk ' i? .-XING: BT?
.-..?? . No ?marge, for Packftg ??? ' M^
NO. 30? > ? KINO S*'^
Gooda. . ' - ll
NO. 800 KING ST.
--AU Go^^eaveredfree1 ?
NO, 306- : ' ' KJKG ST.
of charg%to any part,'
NO. 80? . . KING :ST.
NO. so?1'- ' *-.r-2.. SDtcr...:.sr.
. '. ' . Steamboat Landings. .._^^'.;: J^
N O. 8 0 8 _y -\- ' .. KING "ST.
$ : .- I- ?.
WTLS?5S' , ? :. >' ^,>. o .GROCERY.
We areiiowofrertng a . - ?
WlCSONS? '-" '. v GROCERY.
" . , -. . Ftae,ciear;Diawtag, - ^-r i
'WILSONS? . , QEobEsy.
s -TE A- : T. - - .? ? ? :
WILSONS' i GROCERY.
- v . - At the low price aK ' : ^J^L
.WILSONS' . -- - . ; GROGEBY.
ONE;DOLT?AR . '<"?w\W
SQ. 808 KIS*vnSr.
No. 30? , ^ ,. :KIN0-.. ST.
Forty'to ihWy?ceats a ?
No, So? ' .";?.:..: 'f.- '-TiKTNO ffc
? . . . potrnd *elow.'.??ter;^'-^r-' ;?_
Ko. - 30? - -. KING ST.
No. 80?. :. ? KING ST.
WTLflOlr?. .GBAX??BY. i
OOFFEEBf<. OOFFBEBV OOFFEESI
ROASTED ABD GREEN COFFEE, of all grades.
I RIO, 'LAGUAYRA MARACAIBO,-JAVA MOCHA.
We are now. parching our own (Joffees, "mid caa
safely recommend' them ror their une na vor i?Sd
parity..-" . . . ..,
We Wish lt d 1st l n elly anders toed that we do hot
I keep any Ground Coffees' on hand-, preferring to
I grind them at the time "of parchase, an d In the
presence of purchasers, thus insuring a pure and
fresh ard ole.. . . .-, , .
Oar Cooees are now considered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold. Give them a trlaL - ?
WILSON'S GR?ciaY.-BoxNo. 883, Oharieston:
? ? T ~~ W I T H
COAL AND WOOD STOVES. /
FOR THE SUMMER,'.'
And avoid their heat, dnst^ashes anet smoke.
Yon can do all your cooking on
THE UNION''; KEROSENE ST0VEr _
Wlth.Iess trouble and at less-expense.
DUYAL'S PATENT, BAKER,
Attach ad to the above Stove, wUI Boast sod Bake
to perfection.. ,
For sale at Ma nuf ac tarer 's prl ces by ' ~?L
J. B. DUVAL A SON,
No. 837 King street,
jalylS-stanh Sole Agents for Charlestqii, S. C.
. ESTABLISHED IN1862.
Reaches every Fireside, and ls read by every
merchant, planter, anti business man la the
County, is it not the paper to advertise in ?
OW R EAD Y ,
?. - .;?>? '.Bil
AUGUST NUMB ER,
. . Among the contents are r
SMALL GRAIN, by D. Wyatt Alkea
Land or Labor, by E. M. Pendleton.
Brazil Nats and Rio Coffee, by Valley of the Ama?
zon ' '.* . ..,..>**;..-...
Cajuand other Tropical Fruits, by Valley of the
. Amazon . . . - ... .
Merino Sheep, by Jas, W. Watta,
Dairying in the Sooth, by L.' A. Hansen
Labor Cuesti?n ta Louisiana, by T. W. J.
Price-Single number.:............36 cents
Per annum...........$2 Of
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL; . v
Publishers, Na 3 Broad street. *
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
' maras. ?