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NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
12Jal2|. , -
-Co t?o u .'osed dull and heavy; uplands 19] ;
sales ll33 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed easier; uplands
9j?9gd:; Orleans"9|a9jd.; sales 25,000 bales.
-Miss Spaulding, M. D., of Sanidosky, am?
putated a man's lega few days ago, and did lt
well. 9? ',; : .... ii,
-The cotton growers of South Africa had a
cotton show at King William's Town, August
l.Otb, to ?il?strate the growth of their in?
"-The "California EJlk Company's" factory,
at Sooth San Francisco, was started a short
tin? ago, Morthjasandsvf s?k\growera:.:ara
vhpng-to'seohow the &chlfffr;wo?s.i ':'
-Liberia, last season, produced 300,000
pounds of sugar, / MOO pounds of coffee, io,
000 pounds gln*%r?nd20 tona?f^lifr?^Strpw
TOOt-the'latter bej D? p re pdtediStt market \.
a^^--^^k%-- the&i- ?it?eins; tongeTOus
%2??Te^uttha^^ ' tables
just issued from- the- ae a sus office ihor?s. that
theta jaxe> Ch?nese residents in twernty-ibur
States, and seven out of the eight organized
Territories. " The entire Chinese population ls
about 69,000, o? whom all but about 1000 are i
found rh 'the Pacific States and mining Territo?
ries. : .' .
-New Orleans is threatened with another 1
flood; T/T^Te^ee^aa cwedjn betweenCaroll- ,
toa and Camp Parapet, seven" m iles abo v.* the i
city, and if not repaired immediately, before
the river rises again, the' whole of the city 1
will be from icrar^elgnt ;ieetrunder water, j
The levee at the "point whefe'lt is broken is .
fifteen feet high, and It will not take much of
a rise to send water through lt. It ls singular
that, ! nstead of going to work to repair lt, the
city and State are, quarreling about, whose '
place it Istodo if - J
t -A New York telegram to the Cincinnati i
Enquirer says: "The excitement in regard to '
Ute defeat ot Longfellow at Saratoga still con- t
?nnes iii sporting circles, and the feeling <
seems quite high. Ir, is considered, jslngular ,
'that nearly all the New York gamblers and ,
potttrfitans bet on Helmbold, and cards appear
In the evening papers that the race was not
lair. This is denied, however, by welUn?orm- a
??d turfmen, who slate that.- longfellow was D
not trained down fine enough for the distance.
Morrissey won $40,000. tl
-John Hopkins, a Maryland Quaker, besan il
life In Baltimore as a small grocer, and, by In-, c
dustry, has brought himself to be the richest j
man south of Mason A Dixon's line. He ls now f|
the largest stockholder In the Baltimore and "
Ohio Railroad, worth $8,000,000, much of
Uhlch be has given to endow the John Hop- p
kins University, on the outskirts of Baltimore c
city. Mr. Hopkins is a plain, aged gentle- fi
man, BtiU diligent and dally In business, and ti
was one ol the projectors and endowers of the n
UW 9? iron Steamships between Baltimore and ti
-During th? past two months Parts bas ex- ?j
hlblted an unusually clean health bil', and this "
notwithstanding lt has so recently nader go ne
the horrors of siege,- famine and massacre, g|
duxlng which bodies necessarily lay unburied, tl
ta?' stfeets were left uncleaned of decaying JJ
animal matter, and ORB wouJd Iblpk full op- [J
.?^or tn ni ty was" given for the production of dis. a
ease. Meantime Berlin, entirely exempt from ?
all these evils, has been visited by epidemics "
ot smallpox and diarrhoea. 1 he people of "the v
German city ate and drank as well as ever a
they did, while the Parisians were devouring ?
horses, ransacking the Jardin des Plantes for I
monkeys, and ealing ragouts of kangaroo 1
meat. . .,. . ;
-Telegraphic messages are becoming'very \
popular in Great Britain as a means of rapid <
communication between-private Individuals, *
From statement 3 made ia Parliament, a short j
time ago, lt appears that the system of twenty- \
five cent messages, adopted when the British 1
Government took possession of the telegraph
lines, is work]nc satisfactorily, the offices be- I
lng overwhelmed with messages, ' and from ;
$10,000 to $15.000 a week being earned over j
the corresponding week ol last year. It ls
under consideration whether a system of i
twelve "cent telegrams could not be adopted,
and its believed that the plan will be put ia
operation as soon as the lines are sufficiently i
extended to accommodate the anticipated in- j
crease of messages.
-A petition bas recently been filed ia the <
Second District Court o? New Orleans by the j
pabilo administrator, setting tortb that by the ,
operation of the laws o? the United States ex- ]
Senator Joba Slldell had died intestate as to ,
his confiscated estate, and that there are no
surviving widow or heirs present, or repre?
sented ln-tbe State of Louisiana; and that no '
will ox testament has as jet been exhibited, or 1
beard of as being left by Mr. Elidel!. The pe ]
ti t? OD cr. therefore, pray* that he be appointed
administrator of the estate of John Slidell, andi
as Bach pat in possession ot all property,
rights, moneys and effects belonging to
said estate, that an inventory and appraise?
ment be ordered to be taken, and that an at?
torney be appointed to represent the absent
heirs of the deceased. The- petition argues
that the property, of Mr. Slidell, sold under the
United-States, confiscation act because of his
participation In the rebellion, reverted to the
heirs of the deceased at his death, subject to
his debts, and that Hr. Slidell could not dis?
pose- of said property by will or testament.
The property that had not actually been con?
fiscated, it appears to be admitted, could have
been disposed ol by will. The court made an
order in compliance with the prayer of the pe?
tition, and appointed attorneys to represent
the absent heirs of Mr. Slidell.
Worse Scared than Hart i
Charleston is- utterly-"demoralized," and
without any good reason. The official in?
formation in our possession is rather encour?
aging-tb an tbe reverse, and yet tho people
are. aa. panic-stricken aa though the lever
raged in half the bouses in the city. During
the week ending last Saturday, , there were
Biz deaths from fever, and, since Saturday,
we have reports of eleven more, This total
of seventeen deaths, in nine or ten days,
does not, we repeat, justify any wild excite?
ment or violent alarm. A large nnmber of
.strangers have gone away. This has the
effect of diminishing the field in which the
fever would first operate, and where lt might
gain strength for an advance all along the
line. A great improvement ip the condition <
the streets is in progress, and, together with
the free use of disinfectants, must tend to
keep the disease within reasonable bounds.
* We do hope that the people will calm their
fehrs, and face the danger, small or great,
with manly composure. Nothing is more
encouraging to Yellow Jack than unstrung
nerves, flacicd muscles, and the other effects
of what is inelegantly called a big scare !
I yTbe Work of Knave or madman.
The unparalleled enterprise of the New
York Bkrald enables it to lay before an ad?
miring public "the astounding programme"
of a 6uppo8iti?n8 B?ciety, dubbed ?? The
" Sontbern Association," whose latest publi?
cation is a pamphlet entitled, " Concession ;
" or, How the Lost Cause May be Regained,
" and * the ^Independence of the South' Se
" cured-Being an Address to my Fellow
'5 Countrymen, by a ConcessionisL"
This pamphlet is divided into three parts.
Part first is an argument directed to show?
ing that " we, the people of the South, are
" a nation, different and distinct from the j
" people of the North," and that " no effort
" to bind .us .together by force, can suc
"ceed," and that at best "sacha union .
*. can only be temporary." Part second
mtersnpon the main question, "How the I,
" Lost Cause may be Regained," and says j
hat to this end " the flret step is to turn <
< back forever upon tbe venal, hypocritical, <
! false-hearted, Yankee, 'New Departure' (
i Democracy of the North," because, intent 1
>nly upon the spoils of office, " they have !
' ever deluded and deceived us." ??ext
' concentrate all your attention and ener
' gies upon your own domestic political ;
'affairs," and then tbe men of the South, ,
laving cleared the track, have only to do j
bree things to secure their independence, c
riz: ., .. _ 1
First Secure the complete control,,through J
li? ballot 'box, of the Ideal 'government ol l?
?very Southern State.
Second. When this ls done call a convention
if the States and elect a President for your
Thireh-Appoint- a commission to Washing- '
on to demand your independence, and treal
or a peaceable separation.
It ie* contended that this plan of opera- c
ions, being " according to law," cannot be jj
?terfered with, and that the demand aug- i
jested, if firmly made this time, will suc?
ked. We are next told that " North Caro
. lina has commenced tbe good work" io
he impeachment of the Radical Governor,
tart third of this " concessionlst " decu- ,
neut is "addressed to tho people of the 1
4 North " in favor of the separation of Ihe
wo sections, whereby " the independence of
' the South and the. peace, prosperity and
1 liberty pf the North are inseparably linked
1 together." In other wprds, the two sec
ions cannot be nailed till they are divided/ j
nd they must be separated in order to live
armoniously together. , . z
In ordinary times, so wild a statement as J
his would be regarded everywhere as an
npudent hoax, or as the production of a
rack-brained politician ; bat, BS the PreBi
ential election draws nigh, every pretext
w declaring that the South is still " rebel
' at heart " will be eagerly seized, and quasi- 81
rogrammes and manifestoes will be con?
ceited by the score. It is proper, therefore, pi
? say at once, and without reservation,
nat the South Carolina Conservatives have c!
o sympathy with the opinions of obstrue- A
ves like Mr. Alexander H. St?phens. They E
?and. to-day upon the platform adopted by
ie Union Reform Convention in June, 1870, S(
'\i\ch ?J as follows: B
First. The Fifteenth amendment of the Cou
[itutlon of the United States having been, by
te proper authorities, proclaimed ratified by.
ie requisite number of States,- and bay inc -
een received and acquiesced in as law in, au 1
ie States of the Union, ought to be falty ad- J
linistered and faithfully obeyed as f'lndamen
d law. -
Second. The vast changes '.n our system of
o vern ment, wrought by the international
?ar between the two sections of the States,
nd following in its train, are so far incorporat?
ed Into the constitutions and laws ot the
it ate s and of the United States, as to require .
hat they be regarded as verities having the
orce and obligation of law.
Third. TbiS solemn and complete recognl- d
lon of .the existing lawB brings the people of o
South Carolina into entire harmony upon ail
juestions of civil and political right, and s
should unite all honest men in an earnest and
letermlned effort to establish a Just, equal and 1
aiiniul administration of the government, in
:he interest ol no class or clique, but for the C
jenefit of a united people. t!
The entire white vote of the State is less b
iban 60,000, and at the election of October b
1870, the Reform candidate, rnnning upon 1
the above platform, polled 51,537 votes. ?
ind the same principles were announced in
Hay last, "by the State Taxpayers' Conven- I
.iou which adopted the following resolution :
'.That we regard the Reconstruction Acts ns
Inalitles, and recognize them as a portion of -
he established laws of the land."
Nor have this people any inclination to
;nter into new movements, or combinations,
For the dissolution of the Union. All that j
.hey demand is a just and faithful govern- i
ment, and a strict adherence to the letter i
ind spirit of the Federal constitution. J
The Herald may fuss and fame as mnch t
is it pleases. Its Concession pamphlet does
lot express the thoughts or wishes of the '
people ol the South.
pa* THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Of 0. BOTE, ol his Brother, B. Bote, and ul* C. D.
Tranke, are respectfully Invited to atr-?nd the Fu?
neral rf the former, from the residence of Mrs. w.
A. Mertens, No. 282 King street, n-jar Wentworth,
THIS MORNING, at 8 o'clock. augSl-*
p?* THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cabens, C.B. CasteoSrJohn
Semken, Brnst C. Mejtz, H. Rosebrook, Adeline
Castens and Margaretha Castens, are respectfully
invited to attend the Funeral of Mr. A. F. CAS?
TENS, at No. 3 Zing street, at io o'clock THIS
(Thursday) MORNING. aug?i
COURTENAY.-Died, at Summerville, S. C., on
Tuesday evening, the 29th instant, GERALDINE.
eldest daughter of Georgiana A. and the late
Samuel G. Courtenay, aged 10 years.
pa* THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES or the family are respectfully invited to
attend her Funeral Services, at Grace Church,
THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. . augSl
Wiss.-Died, ou the. morning of soth instant,
after a short Hitless, FBANCTB wiss, in the 74th
year or his age. late venerable Sexton of the Ger?
man Lutheran Church, Archdale street. Bis fune?
ral services ?ill take place at the church this
afternoon, at four o'clock.
pa* HIS RELATIVES AND FRIENDS,
and those of his Nephew and Niece, Mr. William
Lewis sud Miss cecelia Lewis, are respectfully in?
vited to attend his Funeral from his late resi?
dence, No. 17 Pitt street, at 3 o'clock P. M.
pa* THE FRIENDS OP MR. A. B. JAR?
VIS are requested to attend h's Funeral at Grace
Church, THIS MORNING, at 9 o'clock. augSl
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. F.
M.-Members of Orange Lodge, No. 14, A. F. M ',
are requested to attend the Funeral of our late
brother, A. B. JARVIS, from Mason io Bau; at
hair-past 8 o'clock THIS MORNING.
THOMAS S. BEE,
aug3l . Secretary.
^CHARLESTON HOOK AND LAD
DER COMPANY, No. L-The officers and mem?
bers or this Company are hereby ordered to ap?
pear, In full uniform, at the Truck House, at 8
o'clock A. M., for the purpose or attending the
Funeral of our late Foreman, A. B. JARVIS.
aug si a J. H. LOEB, Secretary
pa*TSE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
of the Board or Flremt sters are hereby invited to
attend the Funeral Services of the late A. B. JAR?
VIS, Foreman or Track, No. l, in citizens' dress.
THIS DAT, at 8 o'clock, at the Masonic Ball, (over
Holmes's Book Store,) without further invitation.
^.CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
1'ou are respectfully requested to attend the Fu?
neral or-your late Member, A. B? JARVIS, THIS
HORNING, at 8 o'clock, at Holmes's Ball; corner
Sing and Wentworth streets,
angsi A. FOSTER BLACK, Secretary.
pa* CHARLESTON HOOK AND LAD
)ER COMPANY, No. 2.-You are hereby reqnest
?d to appear at Truck-House, in full uniform, at
lair-past 8 o'clock, Tnis MORNING, to attend the
-funeral of Mr. A. B. JARVIS, late Foreman of
look and Ladder Company,-No. 1.
By order. J. JOHN BURKE, Ja,
"ang3I _' Secretary
.?Sr* .?TNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE
.'OMPAXT.-Ycu are hereby summoned to ap
?arat the Englae-House. THIS MORNING, ats
.'clock, punctually, In Uniform, (dark pants,) fer
he purpose of uniting in paying the last tribute
f respect to the late A. B. JARVIS, Foreman
marleston Hook aod Ladder Company, No. 1.
By order of President E. WILLIS.
^FRIENDSHIP LODGE, K. OF P.,
To. 4.-The members of this Lodge will attend
be Funeral or their deceased brother, A. B.
ARV?S, at Holmes's Hal), THIS MORNING, at ?
'clock. The members of the City Lodges K. of
'. are respectfully requested to uulte with Friend
hip Lodge In paying the last tribute of respect
o their decease.) brother.
. By order of the W. C. ... . , . .
R. H. WILLOUGHBY.
aug31-* W. Bec. Scribe.
JOHNSTONE.-Died, at A coa, near Clarks ville,
ia, on the 12th instant, or typhoid rever, lo toe
1st year of her age. Miss MARU PINOXNEY
OBNSTONE, eldest daughter of Francis W. and
?leanor B. Johnstone.
Peart or great price, thoa costly gem,
Bast fallen from the diadem,
Where bright and ever pore di 1st shine.
Reflecth'g rays of light divine. *
?ONDS, COUPONS, kc.
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONDS AND COUPONS
Uncoxrent Bank Notes
Gold and Sliver
Daalt regularly in by A. 0. KAUFMAN,
jnlyll-tcths No. 28 Broad street
^j- O B T O N; B L.I S S <fc C 0.',
No. 30 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
issue Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for
.a ve ile rs; also, Commercial Credit available in
ll parts of the world.
Telegraphic Transfers of Money made on all
arts of Europe.
The accounts of Banks, Bankers and Mer?
lan ts received; Interest .allowed on Deposits;
i ranees made on Cotton, Sterling and Domestic
xchange, and approved Securities.
Drafts for ?1 and upwards on the Bank or
;otIand, and Provincial Bank or Ireland and
MORTON, ROSE A CO.,
Bartholomew House, London
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
No. 32 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Letters or Credit for Travellers, also Commer
lal Credits issued, available throughout the world.
Ellis of Exchange on the Imperial Bank or Lon?
ou, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank
f Ireland, and all their branches.
Drafts and Telegraphic Transrers on Europe,
an Francisco, the West Indies, and all paris of
be United States.
Deposit accounts received In either Currency or
loin, subject to check at sight, which pass through
he Clear?ug-House as it drawn upon any city
ank; four per cent Interest allowed on all daily
alances; Certificates or Deposit issued; Notes,
)ra its and Coupons collected; ad vax ces made on
pproved collaterals and against merchandise
onsigned to our care.
Orders executed for Investment Securities and
CLEWS, HABICHT A 00.,
No. ll Old Broad street. London.
Dissolutions of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
On and after the 15th ?*j of September
iext ?he Copartnership under tue firm or A. S.
DUKES A to. will be dissolved by mutual cria?
ient. Persons Holding claims against the Brm
"ill present t e same for payment, and those in
lebted will please Fettle the Bame prior to the 13th
>f September. Those falling to settle oefore that
ime can pay to either member of the Urra.
A. S. DUKES,
F. A. BRUCE,
v ". " ? F- H..DUKES.
Branchville, S. C., Angust 25th, 1871.
CITY, POINT wirr leave for Florida direct, THIS
AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
aug31-l BAVENEL A CO., Agents.
^OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
CHARLESTON, AUGUST 80, 1871.-AU persOEB |
disposed to take positions as Norses under the di?
rection of tbe Howard Association will report Im?
mediately to the undersigned, or the President,
at the northeast corner of Bayne and Church
streets. OEOROE S. PELZER, M. D.,
J?H OTIC E-OFFICE SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-The Coupons for interest
on the Bonds of the Charleston and Savannah
Railroad Company, guaranteed by the State bf j
Sooth Carolina, which matare September 1st,
1871, wiU be paid on presentation at the First Na?
tional Bank or Charleston. S. W. FISHER,
aug3l-thfstnth6. ", _Treasurer.
N OT ICE-OFFICE SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-The Coupons on the Bonds
of the Savannah. and. Charleston Railroad Com
pany, for Funded Interest, which mature Septem?
ber l, im, wal be paid on presentation at the
Banking House or H. H. KIMPTON", Financial
Agent State South Carolina, No;. 0 Nassau street,
New York, or at the First National Bank of |
Charleston, at the option o: holders.
aog3l-thfatnth6 8. W. FISHER, Treasurer.
?Skr- CHARLESTON TURNVEREIN. -
The Members of thia Society are requested to re?
port promptly every case or sickness among its
Members to the following Executive Committee :
E. STEHLE, No. 18 Beanfaln street.
L. KOESTER, corner Anson and Market streets.
A. TAMSBERO, No. 882 King Street
B. DUSCH ER, No. 78 Hasel Street.
0. SCHEIBE, corner St. Phillp and Liberty
MESSRS. EDWIN BATES AGO.
will act as my Attorney during my absence from
the state.1 ". JACOB ST AC ELEY.
Charleston, August 20,1871. : aug30-6
^MR. CHARLES H. FLYNN WILL
act as my Attorney during my temporary ab?
sence from tte st a: e. ' " ' A. Mc COB B, JR.,
aug2e-stuth5: Na 217 Bast Bay.
NOTICE IS HEREBY "fflivEN
to au Sub-Agents or the Laad...Cemmission, that,
from and after th e fl ra: day of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary or the Advisory Boar A
ROBT. C. Da LARGE, L. C. S. S, C.
Columbia, February 28. 187L_m aril
, CHARLESTON CHARITABLE AS
sOCiATiON-f-A CARD.-Owing to the 1 mess of )
Major J. P. HORBACH, General Agent or the
Charleston Charitable Association, the Raffle of j
awards will be suspended for the present. Due
lotice will be given of their resumption.
H. T. PETERS, SR.,
^OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSION?
ERS, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S.
3., AUGUST 4TH, 1871.-Tte Annnual Meeting of
his Board will be held on the nat) FIRST TUESDAY
>f September next, AH persons having bills against
he County will deposit the same with the Clerk,
>n or before the (ist) "first Jay or september. Bills
mt deposited at that;date will not be audited at
laid Annual Mee tin g. : AB, JARVIS,
ESPECIAL NOTICE -THE EXER
7ISES cr THE ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF
iERCY, Meeting street, will be resumed on MON
JAY, September 4tb. The scholastic Term is di.
.ided into four quarters or two Sessions or Ave
nonths each. The first Session commencing the
irst MONDAY in September and ending the last
if January. The second commencing February
st and ending July lat. For.Information regard.
ng terms; Ac, apply to the Superioress of Con?
sent of Mercy, Queen street, or to the Directress
if the Academy, Meeting street. aug80.thsm3
TO BE AFRAID OF THE CHOLE?
RA ls to Increase One's chances of taking lt. To
'xerclse ordinary prudence lu warding lt cff, is
o provide oneseir with JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE
JALSAM, abd thus be prepared to master the
lisease m its earliest stages. ; For the core of I
)yseatery. Diarrhoea, Cramps, Cholle, Cholera |
lorbus, Summer Complaint, Ac, the Carminative
s a sovereign remedy, always safe and efflca
lons. Sold by all Druggists. GOODRICH, WINE
IAN A CO., wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
aug20-stnthS '. ? .
CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
rhe Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Society will
eceire Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
Uti es Esst Bay, corner of Atlantic WharT, The.
layment of Two Dollars will constitue a person a
aetaber for one year. Bibles are kept on band
or distribution. The Society has oae Colporteur
a the Held, and solicits aid to introduce another,
'ersous interested in the work or seeking further
: formation will please calton the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-emoa . Treasurer 0. B. s.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
KERSHAW COUNTY-Court of Common Pleas
'REELOVE P. DBPASS, Plaintiff, against ED
VARI) R. MORRIS, Defendant-Summons for
To tbe Defendant, EDWARD R. MORRIS: You
re hereby summoned and required to answer the
om plain t in this action, whioh will be flied in the
fflceof the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
>r the County and State aforesaid, and serves
rjpy of your answer on the subscribers at their
nice, at Camden, lo the State aforesaid, within
liny days after the service of tbe surrunons on
ou, exclusive of the day of Ber vice.
If you fail to answer the comp'^mt within that
me, the Plaintiff will tak^ judgment against
on ror the som of Ave hundred dollars, with
iterest at the rat^ 0r one per ont. per month
-om the 31st ;,ay 0; March, one thousand eight
nndred *nd seventy, together with the costs or
als Action. J.T. HAY,
Camden, S.e., August 2d .1871.
To the Defendant, EDWARD R. MORRIS: Take
atlee that tbe summons and complaint in this
ction were filed In the office or the Clerk of tbe
lonrt of Common Pleas, for Kershaw County, on
he 18th day of August, A. D. 1871.
aug24-th8 . J. T. HAY, Plaintiffs Attorney.
WILTED DOWN.-ASK THE MAN
rho complains of "wilting down" in torrid
reather what he bas done to sustain his system
nder the extra strain imposed on bis vitality,
le may tell yon that he has tried a variety or
athartlcs to purify his blood and brighten his
pirlta. Under such treatment, of course, his
trength has given way, and bis energies have
?come exhausted. What he requires is a restor?
ive, not a depletant. His blood is thin; his
lerves have lost their natural tension, and na
ore demanda to be renovated and reinforced,
'he means is within the reach of all. For nearly
, score of years, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT
'ERS has been building up broken constitutions,
.racing and strengthening attenuated frames,
,nd affording comfort, ease and hope to thous
,nds. As a preventive of the epidemics which
Dake such bavoc wltb the health of the lnhabl
ants of new settlements, this famous tonic ls cer
alu ly without a rival. Perhaps the principal
lortion of its world-wide fame 13 attributable to
ts astonishing cures of dyspepsia, and aU forms
if indigestion. But these are not a moiety of its
rlumphs. All the types of biliousness yield to
ts persistent use. It is a regulating medicine of
he highest order; and its effect upon the Beere
ions, when Irregular, ls most salutary.
Imposition or the grossest character is sought
o be practiced upon the community by vendors,
?ho recommend under the name of "bitters,"
lery compounds of a dangerous character, which
hey attempt to substitute for the great national
onie i bun all such nostrums, and see that you
lave the genuine HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, properly authenticated by label, name and
tamp, and sold in bottles only. aug2e-stutliD*o
"VrOTICE.-A MEETING OP THE 8UB
i.1 COMMITTEE for tte Fourth Division of
WardAwUTbe held at the office or Edgerton A
Richard?, No. 32 Broad street, THIS MORNING, at 9
The following are the names of the gentlemen
appointed: Jacob Small, R. D. Bacot, John S.
Horlbeck, James Ham IQ and L. 6herfesee.
. (Signed) FRED'S RICHARDS,
angsi : ; ?._chairman.
WANTED, A C00K"7NT~W?SHER
for a Bm all family. Recommendations re
qolred. Apply at this office._ang31
WANTED, A SINGLE MAN TO HELP |
harvest crop On a James Island planta
tlon, and make himself generally useful In onr
cotton mill., No .danger or. country fever, if care?
ful. Sleep at night at a healthy place. Inquire at
No/17 South Bay._ ang31-2?
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOB CASH,
a small House containing six to eight
Rooms. Address Z. E. w., care of G.. W. A Co.,
stating terms, location, Ac_ .- aoggfl-l*
TTT7"ANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR GASH,
VV a small HO?SE, containing 6 to 8 rooms,
situated either in the centre of the city or near
tbellnes or the City Railway. Address X. T. 2.,
at this office, Btating terms, location, Ac.
Julys_? , . ._?
TTTANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
YT in h a Land and Immigration Association
ol Messrs. i>CTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see m v friends
at the office of Mr. C. CL AC: t's, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
XTTANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM
Tv FETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
mah, a situation, either as coachman, groom or1
porter. Has bad experience and can turnlsh the
very best recommendations. A note addressed to
"Coachman" at the office or THE NEWS, will
seenre prompt attention._ )uly28
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MAN, A
. native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk in a house m Charleston. He ls welland
favorably kno*n tbroughoat East Florida, and
can furnish satisfactory testimonials as -to char
acter and qualifications. Address J. S. J.. NEWS
TD BENT? ON S?LLTV??l?LAND,
two rooms below the Fort. Apply at A.
bROOKBANKS, Meeting street, above Queen.
TWO NEAT STORES TO RENT, IN
Market street, near Klug-ono for $20 and
Due for $12 each. . Apply, at Shoe Store corner of
Meeting and Market streets._aog31
rpo RENT, FOUR BOOMS, AT No. ll
J. Doughty street Apply ?within. Jnn28
?O RENT, A SMALL AND COMFORT- |
ABLE. BOUSE, No. 76 Beaufain street. Ap?
ply at corner of East Bay and Unity alley.
ang30-3: :. . . . ... _.
TO RENT, THE BRICK HOUSE AND
Store/ with fixtures, cistern, Ao., No. 16
liing stree*.- - Apply at No: 64 King street.
TO RENT, THAT COMMODIOUS RESI?
DENCE. No. 19 Butledge street, between
Wentworth . and Montague. . Apply to KANA
PAUX A GONZALEZ, Market street.
Ec mora ls.
TTT S TOURTNEY & CO. HAVE RE
V V . moved to NO. B Boyce's Wharf.
sjogng . .. _.
riLLIAM WALTON SMITH HAS
removed his office to No.-1 Boyce's
Wharf.:, fi : ' . Bug81-8'
tatt ano ? anno.
STRAYED TNTO JONES'S FARM, A
- Speckle HOG, which the owner can nave by
laying expenses._ aug29 3?
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. -LOST, A
White BULL DOG, with yellow spots on back
md yeHowspoton bead. Fetnrn to northwest
^rner Sr, Phillp and Calhoun streets; H. STEEN
I EN. ? . . ? augSl-thB2
PERSONS DBSIROU8 OF COMING TO
Aiken will Und comfortable rooms and good
?oard. at moderate rates, by applying to GAINES
ISHLEY. Main street, Aiken, 8. C. aag31-2?
BOARDING.- A FEW GENTLEMEN
can" be accommodated with good board
md pleasant rooms, on moderate terms., by ap
?yin* at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARU
iK&aiBofnTolsbed. _ mavis
-for Sal?. ,.
JUST ARRIVED, AND^FOR SALETAj
lot of HORSES AND MULES, at HQCKA
MY'S STABLES, Columbus street. ang31-lT
FOR SALK, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, or good quality, which ^re offered
heap. Call at Na 27 Queen street, between
ieettng and,,Ohurcn streets.. !cbl4
tTTRAPPING PAPES FOR SALE.-OLD
VT NEWSPAPERS tn large or small quantities,
-rice 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
?mee or THE NEWS. '.. ./ -. ? maylB
I .BARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
OL BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
'aper Cutter; will be sold low for.cash. Ia nearly
tew, outs2Sinches,and has an extra knife, ho
Jiarg? fdr. package. Price $?. Apply as THE
SEWS Job office. Ii mara
QOTTON GINNING ESTABLISHMENT.
FOR SALB, ?
THE GINS AND MACHINERY used by us the
past season for ginning Sea Island and Up?
land Cottons, consisting of:
6 MCCARTHY GINS .
1 Gullett, Gin (46 Saws)
e large Assorti ag Tables
1 Press (for packing Upland Cotton)
Rings, Pestles, Ac, (tor packing sea Island
Cotton.):.. . ii
The above are all in perfect order, and will be
old at a reasonable figure. For Information as to
erins, Ac, apply to ROBT. o. CUIS?LM,
At Chisholm's Mills, west end or Tradd street,
Or HENRY L. OHISOLM,
July26-tntaa _: ' ? Adger's Wharf.
A T PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
?L PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
irangeburg District. South Carolina, 16 miles
rom Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, AU
tusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangebarg
Xmrthouse, on Colombia Branch Road. Charles
on and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
lallroads, containing 1926 acres of land, 238 ol
shich 1B cleared and nnder good fences; about 40
teres more cleared, bot not under fence-all of
Thiel ls first-class Cotton and Com Lands; the
>alance ts first class Timber Land.
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) in order
or Immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum
>er to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
rom the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
.omfortable house with Blx (8) rooms, outbuild
ngs all lu good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six
6) framed negro houses in good order. . It also
tas a Marl Bcd on lt which makes lt very advan
ageons to agricultural purposes for making raa
?ores, Ac The beat of titles can be given. Any
nformatlon either In writing or in person can be
tad by application to-Dr. h. BAER, No. 131 Meet
ng street, Charleston. S. 0._JunlS
J1R?NES I TRUNKS 1 TRUNKS l
LADIES' SARATOGA TRUNKS, BAT BOX AND
APARTMENTS complete, 82 to 38 Inches, from
(8 to $11:
GENTS' TRAVELLING TRUNKS,(lmported Eng
lsb) from $15 to $20.
TRAVELLING BAGS, from $2 to $10.
VALISE3 OF EVERY DESORIPTION.from $2 to
PACKING TRUNKS, from $1 to $3.
The travelling public are invited to call and ex?
amine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
W. 0. CHAPMAN A CO..
No. 442 King st., between Hudson and John st.
ang28 0_Sign of the Star._
QHARLES LIE BE NBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ta* Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tor
ta* Virgin $4 oo, YeUow Dip $3 00, Hard $180.
j0HGR3E DFMERABA SUGAR& g
' MORDECAI * CG; offer for sale Invoice Chote?
TVRIME WHITE COHN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Prime White
gUGAR AND MOLASSES." ~~7
MORDECAI k co. offer for sale Good to
Prime Coba and Porto Rico SUGARS and Cholee
MOLASSES. .. . .. angS-emo
Q A N D iL E S .
A. TOBIAS' SONS oser for sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weights._j angA?mo ?
T7LNEGAR, .PRUNES, WHITE WINE;
;y -'. OLARET, AC,
A. TOBIAS' SONS Offer for tale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White. Wine, imported direct from
France. . , ... ... . aug$-?mo
JgNGLISH POETER AND ALB. : .
?. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Et in bert, of London, offer for sale Hlb
ben'a PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
and quarts. .? '_.1 ' ? angs-emo
QOGNAC AND LA HATCHELLS BRAN
> ? DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES. '??["
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. s. Bonded. Warehouse,
Cholce.COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, In
Quarter casfcB '
Cases of one dozen bottles each.
?^TTLSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
FOR FAMILY AND PLANTATION USE, IN THIS
CITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
W I L S O N ' Sj.
NO. 8 00 KINO 8T.
No charge for Packing
NO. 80S KING ST.
NO. soe ZING ST:
AD Goods delivered free
NO. 800 KINO ST.
of charge to any part ......
No. sos KING ST.
or City, Railroad Depots er . ; Hi
NO. 80 0 KING ST.
Steamboat Landings. ? --"
No. 30 0 KING ST.
we are now offering a _ ?_.
Fine, Clear Drawing - . J
WILSONS' TEA Gr*P0B^Ti
At the low price of. "".
ONE DOLLAR ?fovr ,iv
HO. 80fl . KINO ST.
NO. 800 PerP0TU,a' KING St;
No. soo *** to thirty cents a ^ g
pound below other _T
NO. 800 KING sr.
NO. 800 KT5G ST.,
COFFEES! 00FFBE51 COFFEES!
ROASTED AND GREEN COFFEE; Of Bil gradas.
RIO, LAG LAY RA, MARACAIBO, JAVA, MOCHA.
We'are now parching our own Coffees, and can
safely recommend them for then* fine flavor and
purity. .. ...
We wish lt distinctly understood that we do not
keep any Ground coffees on hand,'preferring to
grind them at tba tiniest purchase, and m the
p r^s^c^ of p ur chasers, .thus his arin g s pare and
Our Coffees are now considered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold. Give tb em a trial.
WILSON'S GROCERY, Box Na 888, Charleston.
QHOIOE SMOKED TONGUES,
Pl? Sams and Shoulders,
Fulton Market Beef.
? ? ? Pickled Pig Port and Tongues,
Jost received Toy / '
o W. H. WELCH,
8. W. Corder Meeting and Market street?,
AU Goods delivered free of charge. Jun?
JELLING OFF! SELLING OFF I
THREE WEEKS ONLY,
LINLE Y'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 388 KINO STREBT.
To perfect certain imp rovers nts, I am now
offering, AT COST, the large stock in store, con
slating of : . ' .'
Fine Japanned Walters
Cake and Spice Boxes
Looking Glasses of all sizes
Feather and Hair Dusters
And a general assortment of
These Goods having been bought at low^flgures,
wm be. great bargains to au who haye need of
them. Respectinily, ?tc., '
jolyn ??>>'?? JOHN W. LINLEY.
?gAGGLNGl BAGGING 1 BAGGING I
SObales Superior quality (2 pounds).DUNDEE
50 bales Ganny Cloth.
In Store and for sale low by
GEO. A. TREN HOLM A 80N,
ang8 _No. 1 Broad street.
?JOTTON TIES ANT BAGGING. :
NEW YORK DOUBLE ANCHOR BAGGING
Rolls and Half Rolls 2X and lbs per yard,
48 Inches in loom._ ~~,,*"?, ...
COTTON TIES-UNIVERSAL, DILLON'S, aa
strong and simple of adjustment as the best, run
supply on nani always. ^ , -
gAGE'S CATARRH RHKEPT
PIERCE'S GOLDEN DISCOVERY. DBBING'S PILE
REMEDY, and all other new Preparationi.
For sale by DB. H. BAEB, J
mario Na 131 Meeting street.
(Skat tritt, CiqnoTf, Sf t.
TIT 'fli CHAFEE ?j CO., y
Jg-jg - v^W
WHOLESATJ: GROCERS AND COMMISSION
EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON CRACKERS, AND
MCEWANS SPARKLING EDINBURGH ALE, I
Offers to toe trade a large and well-select^
stock of ... :
GROCERIES- AND LIQUORS,
Which will be Bold at prices that will compare
favorably with those of any market In the country.
Orders/rom the oouotrj wm have-oncsnal at?
tention and sat lafac non'gtiaranteed. ?? ., r
.abgaotntnay .~ ..1 J
Jg RANDY, (IN BARRELS AND GASES.)
FRENCH, Choteo Branda
.? i WILD CHERRY
: . BLACKBERRY
. - J APPLE
For sale low, by W. H. OHAFBE A CO.,
ang30-tnths8 No.207 East Bay.
RANDY . FRUI TS.
FRENCH CHERRIES Iii BRANDY, qnarts
Peaches m brandy, quarts
For sale, at very low prices, by
W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
aug2fl-tuths8 . No. 207 East Bay street.
.^TINES I WINES ! WINES 1
FORT, MADEIRA AND SHERRY, In quarter
casks, eighth casks and caaes .'
Champagne,-varions breeds, plum and quarti? '--?
Claret, in cases. .. '?f*nr.
: Forsale at reasonable prices by . ?
W, H. CHAFES A CO., --?
ang29-tnth?8_ No. 207 East Bay..,
.yyiHHKIES 1 WHISKIES 1 WHISKIES I
r Bye, Bonrbora, Corn. Scotch and irish WHI8?
KIES, of Tarions brandi, and ol choice quality. -.
For sale by W. H. OHAFEE* CO., ,
ang28-tnth?8_ No. 207 Fast Bay. .
EUM! RUM! BUM! '
Jamaica, st. Croix, New England, in barrels
and half barrels. Forsale by
WI H. CHAFER AGO., *t*T
augiS-tutbss " - No. 207 Esst Bay. ??
jp OBT EB, ^ALE, Aa, ..
: SO casks Guinness Ddbim PORTER, pints
20 casks Pale Ale ? .?
100 casts-MoEwan's Sparkling End In burgh Ale ?
30 casks Hatf-and-Half.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
ang2g-tntht3~N0.207 East Bay., jj
jgUGAB AND COFFEE. ; . ^
' 25 hbds. Porto Rico and Demerara SUGAR *
loo barrels Kenned Bagara
-W barrelB Molasses Bogara - ? ? ?
200 bags co tree-Rio, Laguayra, Marca cal bo and
sie . Java? . -.
For sale low by W. H. CHAFEE A CO., fl I
ang29-taths3 , . No. 207 Bast Bay, g
rp E A SI. T. B A S g?' T S I : 1
?O half chests,-consisting of Gunpowder, Im?
perial, Young Hyson. Moy one Hyson, Oolong and
English Bre&xfiut TEAS, or choice quality, at exT
tremely low prices. ., - . . '.. 1 ->'
For sale by W. H.: CHAFER* CO., L -
? ao29-tathsS' :? : - Ko. 307 Batt Bay. >
TITOLASSES r AND SYRUP; !
" '1 S?bhds. SUGAR H OUS E MOLA SSE 3 '
100 bbls. Sogarnouse Molasses ?
ss bbls. xxx syrup. i in store and to arrive, a
For sale by: I w. H. CHAFEE A CO., tin
antta-uithss. . ? ? : 207JSastB?y. i
I FLOUR I FLOUR I
-250 bbls. NEW FLOUR. Family, Extra, Super
? aoggaitnthss ? ,.; Ho. 207 East Bay, j
JJEWi; H ACK^E?;B;L;l ; j " ?
A foll supply or Shore cad Mess MACKEREL, tn
bbls., barf obis, and kits, Nos. 1, S and 8,. inspec?
tion 1871. ForsaJeby^1 !" '"' .
I?O .mani xeorisK Vf. H. CHAFEE ACO., .
anggs-tuthsS :?- No.. aol BartB$j.-rfk
QANNED FISH, ? FRUIT, r*ci,:l -
coo cases, consisting or : 1 8 1
j and 2 pounds ULSTERS
l and 1 pounds Lobsters
1 and 2 pounds Silmoa.- ..
2 pounds Peacaei. j
2 pounds Pine'apj les . .
2 pounds Tom aie*?
Just received. ' ' For sal ? at reduce i prices by
. SJ Tu "'????yr. a: OHA?EB A OO"
? ? " 'iii ' Ba-aw Bist Bay.
SOB TED: J E.LIIITE S*...
In GOBLETS, TUMBLE IS and WINE-GLASS BS,
entfeequality.iforaeieW': ' 'lil''
LaMau ' ?Ji> ?W?H.CHAFEB*OOv, ia
i aug2S-tuths3 Np., 207 East Bay. .
4talini sj . vu ": ~ !*^il ntj: . il
60 boxes LAYER RAISINS
5 casks Curranu ' .
10 bbl?. Aimoncii and Brazil Nuts.
. Of choice quaBty;n For rate by i.
?i V-:. - .W.B.CHAFE'EACO.,
ang2tf^cth$8i" -?? i. . Bb.;i3BTBaa?Bay.- -
/CHOICE DEMARCA SUGAR AND
Vj < : SWEET CLAT?D MOLASSES. ';?
.??..i ???? .
20 hhds. Choice Dei narara SUGAR
60 hhds. Sweet Clayed .Molasses.
For sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO..
angl-toth ? -'? No;Ul Kart Bay. '
T B F F O B D S-* 0O.,"
" NOS. 17 AND 19 raNDUE RANGE,
Offer to the trade the following anieles at, lowest
market rates: /?
100 hhds. Prime Western O. B. 8IDB8
' w hhds. Prime Was term Shoulders
100 boxeB Winter. CuredJatt.8tdes?
100 bbls, ..A;w "B" Iwd Extra "C" Bogax
100 rolls Heavy Ea^ging . . . ?LL
im saoks Prime Rio Coffee
600 bb is. Fresh Ground Floor
io* box? Factory Cheese .
200 tuba ?gg lisrd. u , ;, ; ang22-imoaec
T^Uxll ! FLOUBI FLOUBil.
? As'Agent for some or the best mills In North
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Richmond. Va., St.
Louis, Mo., and Chicago, IR., I would invite deal?
ers to exarnln0 my stoct, which consists of tho
beat brands, FAMILY. RXTRA, S?PER and FINE,
which I offer at marte: rates. Ml: 8?7 u?J&
ula ' fj . J. N. ROBSON. -4
No. 08 East Bay and Noa 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
COPY OF TESTIMONIAL OF ST. LOUIS FLOUB.
,'Sr. vovtt, March 15418TL :.
This certifies that I am using tn my family
Davis A Emmona'a best brand1 or Floor, and finov
lt equal to any I have used In a bousekeepblg ex?
perience or over twenty-live years. ian
(Sinned,) -, JAS? L. BENSON, t?
angga-lmoDAO ? ? ,:,: .,- ? Inspector.
J^ACE CURTAINS, T~"
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac
W . J . TRIM
Has on hand a large and carefully selected stock
of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, Pa?
per Hangings, Decorations, ac.
'?' boitsistni0,'nt ?^BE <^':. "
A foll une or WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin Curtains -
Brocha, Beps, Terrys and Saun DelaUaa
All Wool Damasks and Watered Moreens
French and EngUsh cretonnca and Chmtxea
Unen Coverings and Stripes, Blndlags, Ac
Embroidered Plano and Table Covers hin
victoria,- Dining and CehtwTableOtfWrs
To?anett?s, Ol! Cloth?, Table and Desk Covering?
Drapery and Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimpa
GUt, Walnut and Rosewood Cornlcee
Bands, Tassel Hooks and Picture Halla
Hair, WOOL Cotton and Moss Mattresses
Pew and Pulpit Cushions, - ' A
:\ AT NO. 243 KING STREET, IN THE BENTX
July24- ' . . .'- * :