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FBTDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1871.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold at New York cir sed at 13|al3j.
-The New York cotton market closed strong;
uplands 20?c; sales 1935 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed excited; up?
lands 9?d., Orleans 9|d,
-Habeas corpus has been refused the abor?
-Miss Annie E. Ford, daughter of John T.
Ford, Esq., baa written a play for Miss Leona
Cavender, entitled "Astray."
-Horace Greeley's forthcoming article in
the October Galaxy will be entitled "The One
Term Principle," and will advocate the policy
of restricting the Presidential office to one
-Persons engaged lo orange culture -In
Florid* are threatened with great losses this
season. More than one-half of the crop is on
the ground, and much damage has been done
to the groves.
-A. T. Stewart's hotel for women in New
York ls rapidly progressing. In Btyle and
finish lt is scarcely surpassed in that city, and
lt will cost several millions. It will accom?
modate over a thousand persons.
-Perhpps the most ridiculous statement
that baa yet been flashed to us by th t ocean
cable ls a report that the Pope expresses the
wish that his successor be chosen by universal
suffrage, without regard to age or sex.
-Archbishop Manning bas determined to
suppress the custom of making Sunday the
great day for Catholic funerals in London, 1
whereby hundreds of undertakers* men have
to work all day, and a vast deal of disorder 1
-As the season for the reappearance of Mlle. .
. Nilsson on the stage is approaching, her care?
ful manager is renewing the publication of the
reports of the loss of her diamonds. They
have been recently recovered, and $500 reward
paid for them, so that the fair cantatrice can
shine as brilliantly as ever.
-It bas been stated that the Rolhchllds
never employ "unlucky men." Stewart, the
millionaire of New York, adopts no such plan,
bot has employed a great many broken mer?
chants, deriving great advantage from their
experience. If there ls wisdom in either policy '
as sucb, there is more on Stewart's side than
on the other.
-In France a woman has no remedy when a
man promises to marry her and doesn't. At
first sight this may seem a little cruel; but
practically lt bas the effect of doing away with <
what are called engagements, and there being I
no engagement there is no breacb. A man
and woman meaning to be married, marry at i
once, and there's an end to diplomacy.
-The following interesting story ls told of
the late Mgr. Darboy, the murdered Archbish?
op of Paris. In the prison ot La Roquette,
In which the Archbishop was confined and
subsequently martyrized, was an immense
water reservoir, which the apothecary of the
prison cause;, to be emptied secretly and sup?
plied with a quantity of provision?. He then
proposed to the Archbishop to conceal himself
there, assuring him that his hiding pace
would no', be discovered. Mgr. Darboy. how.
ever, refused firmly to avail himself of the
offer, saying to M. Trencard, "the good shep,
herd gives his life for his Hock," words which
were used by his predecessor, Monseigneur
Afire, who fell on a barricade in 1848.
-An alligator's mouth isn't the pleasantest
place in the world for one's head, yet a Loni?,
lana woman tells of ber experience In that
frigbtlul position. Passing through the bushes
near her home the terrified woman was seized
by a monster concealed in the bushes, and
after a vigorous struggle was drawn into the
water by ber powerful enemy. Here the alliga?
tor relinquished her lacerated arm, and caught
her head between his massive jaws. Thi?
might be considered the end of the struggle
when the strength of the beast's jaws is re?
membered. But the woman still resolutely
fought her amphibious foe, and, incredible to
say, reached the bank, and with the aid of
neighbors escaped the monster. Her wounds
were frightful, the marks made by the teeth of
the alligator presenting the appearance of in?
cisions with.. steel instrument.
-A cable dispatch from London announces
the death of Dr. Carl Marx, the leading spirit
of the International Society, and one of the
most astute political agitators of the day in
Europe. He was a native of Germany, but
bad resided for twenty-two years past in Lon?
don, on account ot the greater Ireedom of ac?
tion and speech accorded him there iban in
Germany, France or Belgium, from all of
which countries he had been at various periods
expelled for his radical political sentiments.
He or ginated the International Society in
1864, and with the assistance of a young coun?
tryman named Engels, and a Mr. Cowell Step?
ney, an Englishman, managed its affairs to the
present time. The power wielded by him and
his associates has been immense, extending
among the workingmen of Europe, and its
influence as an Inflamer of Communistic Re?
publicanism has been rapidly growing, espe?
cially within the past twelve months. Marx
was in his fifty-third year.
-The Memphis papers give full details of
the recent tragedy in that city, in which Cap?
tain Adams, an ex-Confederate soldier, was
killed by General Browne for ruining his
daughter. It seems that Browne had ap
p; ouched Adams on the subject, and told him
that he muBt do justice to the girl by marry
ing bec Adams at first tried to temporize,
but the father was firm in his demand, and
finally Adams refused to do as he was com?
manded. The old gentleman then warned
him that his life was ia his hands. On the
29th ultimo, a day or two afterward, Browne,
armed with a shot gun, entered the large dry
;oods store where Adams waa employed
as salesman, sought the whereabouts
of that person, and found him at the
cassimere counter, showing goods to
some ladles. Browne levelled bis gun,
and Adams dropped "like a shot" be?
hind the counter. The incensed father pur?
sued his victim and soon dispatched him. He
I then coolly walked away and surrendered him?
self. The proprietor of the store and several
employees ol the house, who were up-stalrs at
tee time, hearing the report and subsequent
confusion, came running down, and were the
first to go to Mr. Adams's assistance. That
person was evidently in great agony, and was
brandishing a revolver in his band. The dan?
gerous weapon was removed, and he.was con?
veyed to hi9 room, where he died shortly af?
terward. The sympathy of the community Is
entirely with Mr. Browne in the transaction.
y Nailing ? Falsehood.
'Senator Scott, one of the Radical mem?
bers of the Ku-Klux Committee, addressed
a letter to President Grant, in which he gave
a ghastly history of murders and outrages
alleged to have been committed in South
Carolina, and asked, in conclusion, tbat
martial law should be established in the
disaffected districts. The letter wa3 sub?
mitted to the Cabinet, and the preliminary
proclamation, warning the Ku-Klux to dis?
perse, is DOW in the hands of the Attorney
General, and may be issued at any moment.
This is clone upon the faith of the partisan
statement made by Senator Scott, a state?
ment which, as the facts prove, has very
little, ir any, substantial foundation.
The most serious charge-the immediate
cause of Senator Scott's letter-was that law?
lessness and wrong were et ill rampant, and
that a number of outrages were committed
after the committee left the State. Against
this statement we now set the following
communication, addressed to Senator Scott
the citizens cf Spartanburg County, as
published in the Spartan :
SPARTASBURG, S. C., September 4,1871.
The Hon. John Scoff, Chairman Ku-Klux Com?
We the undersigned citizens of tho said State
and county, having seen through the newspa?
pers that you had received statements and
affidavits that outrages upon various citizens
had been committed in this county since the
committee, of which you are chairman, left the
said county, and that you had thereupon rec?
ommended the proclamation o'l martial law io
this county, feel constrained to make the fol?
lowing statement :
We have made diligent inquiry, and have
been unable to bear of a single outrage hav?
ing been committed in this county, since your
committee left it. On the contrary, the county 1
Ls in a state of profound peace and quiet.
S. T. POINTER, United States Commissioner. :
ALFRED TOLLESON. 1
GABRIEL CANNON. 1
JOHN DEWBERRT, Sheriff. I
F. M. TRIMMIER, Clerk of Court. I
BENJ. WOFFORD, Probate Judge. 1
JOEL FOSTER, Senator, South Carolina. ?
J. L. WOFFOKD, Representative, Souih Caro- I
B. M. SMITH, Representative, South Caro- *
D. R, DUNCAN, Representative, South Caro- 1
D. E. CONVERSE. I
J. THOMAS H. WHITE.
JAMES H. EZELL.
H. E. DRUMMOND.
J. M. ELFORD, Trial Justice.
C. B. HAMMETT.
AARON M. SMITH.
TLOMAS J. SARTOR.
W. T. MILLER.
WM IRWIN, Assistant Assessor Fifth Dlvls.
lon, Third District, South Carolina.
L. M. GENTRY.
JOHN H. EVINS.
D. ANDERSON. \J \
R. E. CLEVELAND. J\ ,
TD?S letter is signed by the United States
Commissioner, by the County Sheriff, by the
Clerk of Court, by the Probate Judge, by the
United States Assessor, and by the Sena?
tors aud Representatives of the County.
Two of the signers are United States
officials, and they join with other prominent
citizens in declaring that they have not
heard of a single outrage since the Ku-Klux v
Committee went away, and in pronouncing 1
the county to be in a condition of profound
peace anti quiet. The Carolina Spartan,
one of the most respectable newspapers in ;
the State, adds its testimony. In its issue of
yesterday it says :
"This statement ought to be sufficient to
prove to the mind of Senator Scott that he has
been imposed upon by the 'communications
and affidavits' upon which he founds his state?
ments made to the President, and his recom?
mendation that martial law be declared In
this county. Furthermore, we learn that ,
leading Radicals here admit that no outrage
has occurred in Spartanburg since the Ku Klux
Committee were here. No doubt "communlca- ?
lions and affidavits' have been Bent to Sena?
tor Scott, chairman of the committee who
were here, misrepresenting our county by
false and malicious statements, which were
Intended to induce him to use his Influence in
bringing about martial law. We are at a loss
to know who made the affidavits referred to,
but do know that it ls only those who wish to
keep up excitement and trouble in the coun?
try, and to gratify their malicious feelings.
We pronounce such statements as wilfully
false, and made only to serve party purposes
and gratify malignant feelings."
The citizens of Spartanburg have nothing
to conceal, nor would they evade any just
responsibility. Their complaint is that it is
proposed to put them under bayonet-rule,
when it is notorious that the whole county is
profoundly qaiefc The civil authorities are
well able to deal with such offenders as may
be brought before them, and we do not be?
lieve that Governor Scott needs, or desires,
any other means of maintaining order than
are supplied by the laws of the State. To
him it would not be pleasant lo admit that
South Carolina Radicalism, with its voting
majority of thirty thousand, is so weakened
by corruption that it cannot protect its own
party from "the criminal disorders" of
which his senatorial namesake speaks. Had
the people to choose between martial
law with United States troops, and martial
law with negro militia, they would undoubt?
edly take the former. But martial law is
unnecessary, and without excuse, save in
the eyes of those who intend it as a broad
hint that the whole force of the Federal
Government will be exerted to secure the
nomination, and re-election, of President
Grant. To accomplish this end, the army of
office-holders and office-seekers are willing
and ready to destroy the last trace of liber?
ty, and to remand a whole peopl9 to the ten?
der mercies of a drumhead court-martial.
Another Ka-Klux Tarn.
The Columbia Union, a paper which deals
largely in wild stories about the Ku-Klux,
printed, about two weeks ago, two accounts
of the murder, in Newberry, of an old col?
ored man named Ben Hare. This was put
down as the work of the "night riders," or
Democratic Ku-Klux. Uotortunately for the
UniQ7i the murderers of Ben Hare have been
arrested, and now lie in Newberry jail.
They .are not Ku-Klux, or Democrats, or
white men. They are three negroes, named
Ed. Calmes, Dave Whitmore, and Dolph
We have again convicted the Union of at?
tempting to fasten upon the respectable
white people of the State the responsibility
for the bloody work of worthless Radical ne?
groes. Will it have the graee, for once, to
acknowledge its error, or will it, as before,
show its repentance by hatching new tales
of Ku-Klux slaughter? We are inclined to
think that the Union has been in corres?
pondence with Mr. Ku-Klux Senator Scott.
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW and the EDINBURGH
REVIEW for July, 1871.
The Westminster has an attractive table Ol
contents. The Poetry of Democracy, in con?
nection with the writings of Walt Whitman,
also the Genesis of the Free Will doctrine, will
be found interesting ; but the most striking
article is that entitled the Republicans ol the
Commonwealth, in which the reviewer sternly
rebukes the caprice, the partiality and the
"Dryasdust" diligence of Thomas Carlyle,
whose work upon Cromwell is styled ;,a politi?
cal extravaganza." The paper on the Method
3f Political Economy ls directed to proving
Lhat this science, contrary to the views of
Ulli and others, must be Investigated induc?
tively. Under the head of Contemporary Lit?
erature, we And a highly complimentary notice
)i the "striking and pungent treatise" by Mr.
Simon Sterne upon the subject of minority
The Edinburgh has the following table of
:ontent8: The Military Policy ol Russia;
^Flanagan's Lires of the Irish Chancel
ors; Swinburne's Poems; Burton's History of
Scotland; the Vatican Council; Suppressed and
Censured Books; Darwin on the Descent of
Man;Scandinavian Politics; Communal France;
Letter from Earl Grey.
These reviews are reprinted by the Leonard
Scott Publishing Company, of New York, and
ire sold in Charleston by their agent, Mr.
FOR LACK OP GOLD. A Novel, by Charles Gib?
bon. Author of Robin Gray. New York :
Harper & Brothers. 1871.
In this simple pastoral novel Mr. Gibbon
ihows himself capable of creating complex
mareeter?, and so charming is if, as a whole,
;hat we'do not care to dwell upon occasional
nelo-dramatlc touches which are consplcuous
y out of place. The scene ls laid in Scotland;
;he plot ls found In the events of every day
ife. A strain of sadness runs through the
dory, but, in the end, "faith, and duty done,''
iring forth their rich fruits of cheerfulness
ind content. The characters of Angus Lamb,
Hs mother and Annie are delicately and care
Olly drawn. And those of the miller and Balqu
terrie are no less striking and natural. "For
^aok of Gold" is healthy and entertaining read
Sold at Holmes's Bookhouse, In King street.
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o? Marlon Lodge, Na 2, L 0. 0. F., will be
held THIS EVENING, a: 8 o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hal!. ; ROBT. C. STARR,
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HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No.
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FOUND, A SUM OF MONEY, WHICH
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MEETING AND GEORGE STREETS.
A few large and airy Rooms now vacant.
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
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HE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED OVER TWENTY YEAHS AGO.
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i o the Charleston Advertisers THE STAR offers
special inducements, lt ls admitted that our
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TBE STAR crciulates extensively In the two
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Terms liberal. Address,
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rTIHB BARNWELL SENTINEL.
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merchant, planter, and buaine-s man In the
County. Is lt not the paper to advertise In ?
Among tho contents are :
CLOVER ! CLOVER 1 By D. Wyatt Aiken.
Themes Practically Applied. By Plough and Hoe.
Devon Cattle for the South.
Mrawberrles. By J. P. H. Brown.
Hew thc Factory Helps the Farm.
Prue-Single number.26 eenie
Per annum.$2 IO j
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Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BT BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
Being the Owner or the PATENT RIGHT of the
State of North carolina, and the rollowlng named
Counilca in the State or Sonth Carolina, viz:
Charleston, Barnwell. Colleton, Beaufort, George?
town, Williamsburg, Uorry, Clarendon aud Ches?
terfield, of this small, cheap and very valuable
Invention, I offer County Rights and Machines at
greatly reduced prlceB Irom 1869. Win send ene
by express to auy address, (as a sample.) ou the
receipt ol $1 by mall, or will sr nd a hair dozen,
(as samples.) by express, C. 0. D., for $3, to any
parties desiring me to do so.
N. B. Any person infringing upon the rights or
this Patent will be dealt wit according to ?aw.
july8-lamo6 C. N. AVfcRILL.
Y M AN ? G 0
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, BLANKETS, Ac,
Have removed their Stock temporarily from
No. 3 Hay ne Street to Columbia, S. C., where
they will be pleased to see their friends and cus?
REMOVAL.-THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
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wnarfto North Atlantic Wharr, in office formerly
occupied by Mr. D. McPherson.
Beni Factor and Commission Merchant.
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Have removed their STOCK for this season only
to FLORENCE, S. C., where they will be happy to
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.heap. Call at No. 27 Qaeen street, te:ween
Meeting aud Church streets._ feb!4
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oillce of TUE NEWS._may 18
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AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
urangeburg District, South carolina, 15 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, An
guita Branch, and 18 mites from Orangebarg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road, Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Colombia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres of land. 233 ot
which ts cleared and under gocd fences; about 40
acres more cleared, but not under lenee-all of
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; thc
balance ls first class Timber Land.
A nrst-class Circular Saw Mill (water.) In order
for immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to charleston
I rom the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill, lias a
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six
(6) framed negro houses in good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural rurposes for making ma?
nures, Ac The best of titles can be given. Any
information either in writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. H. BAER. No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston, S. C. junia
0~ FFICE" FOB; R^NT71?FZLLO^?T?b~
and in good order; also several desirable
Rooms. Apply in Meeting street, two doors above
TO RENT, A STORE AT NINETY-SIX
Mile, Sonth Carolina Railroad. For particu?
lars, apply to S. S. OWENS, Mims's P. 0., Sou'h
QTORE TO BENT,-STORE NOr 203
O EAST BAY, next door north of Camherland
street, formtrly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A co. Possession given 1st September next.
Apply to JAMES M?RSU, at Marsh's Shipyard.
SlgncnUnre, ^crticnltnre. Ut.
J^ANDRETfl'S WARRANTED SEEDS.
We have on hand our full supply of TURNIP
and other Seeds, all of which we will warrant as
Fresh and Gennlne.
No 01 her See/:9 Dut t???? grown by LANDRETH
are sold at tills establishment. Seeds put up In
dozens to Eult country trade, at Philadelphia
prices. All orders promptly attended to.
Large lellow Purple-Top RUTA BAOA, Large
White Olobe, Large Norfolk, Yellow Aberdeen,
Dale's Hybrid, Amber Globe Seven-Top, Red-Ton,
Early Flat Dutch, and all the varieties of Cab?
Rlveted-back SCYTHES, Hay Rakes. Tinware,
Wood and willow ware. House Famishing Goods,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
BLUM A MILLEU,
Proprietors of Landreth's Old Established Agri?
cultural House, No. 353 King street. Sign
HE PAT TFRSO N H 0 U
BARNWELL VILLAGE, 8. C.
Charleston Una seeking safe retreat from yellow
rever wlU And pleasant and comfortaole accom?
modations at the PATTERSON HOUSE, in Barn
well Village S. Cu a place unsurpassed for heslth.
Board on reasonable arms. A HACK connects
with Trains at Blackville dally; a dally malt.
J^O QUARANTINE AGAINST YELLOW
FEVER AT WALTERBOKO?.
CALEB SAULS, Proprietor of the very exten?
V OLGER HOUSE,
Throws open his doors to boarders, or will rent
splendid rooms, fnrnl-hed or unfurnished, at
very moderate rates. Will meet with good con?
veyance passengers al Jacksonboro' or George's
having twenty-four hours' notice. aep4-mwf3
BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Will reopen under new management, August 22
for the reception or gneats.
The spacious building has been thoroughly reno?
vated and newly famished throughout.
The proprietors have made every exertion to
a 'apt lt to the comfort and convenience of Its
patrons, and have spared neither pains nor ex?
pense to secare that end.
TWEED A GARFIELD,
QOL?UBI A HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the Stat?
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thal the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls m every respect a first-class Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Uni rec
States, situated in the business centre of the
city, with One large airy rooms, and a table sap
piled with every delicacy of the season, both fron
New York and Charleston markets, the Proprie
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
omnibuses attend the arrival and departure or
every Train. . WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. apm-xfm
COF.NEH EROAD STREBT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowes;
cash rates for ALL PAPERS in the United States.
WALKER, EV?.NS A COGSWELL.
gTANDARD TEXT BOOKS.
Ey Professor ASA GRAY,
Of Harvard University,
Author of "How Plauts Grow," "School and Field
Book or Botany," "Manual or Botany," "Struc?
tural and systematic Botany," Ac, Ac.
"Botany should be taught In every Behool, and
these Volumes should be the Text-Booka. "-Proj.
J. S. Davis, University of Virginia.
The publishers beg to call the attention of those
about forming clasaes In Botany to the well known
works by Professor Gray. Having been carefully
revised, they present the latest and most accurate
principles ana developments or the science, and
lt is sufficient indorsement or them to state that
they are used In almost every noted College, High
School and Seminary In the country, and are rec?
ommended over other series by nine-tenths ot the
leading Professors and Botanical Teachers in the
No author has yet approached Professor Gray in
the rare art of making purely scientific theories
and dry details popular and interesting. From
his charming elementary work "How Plants
Grow." to his more elaborate "Manual," there le
one simple, concise and yet exhaustive metnod ol
teaching the various grades of the study.
Descriptive Circulars, giving full titles and pri?
ces, will be forwarded by mail, to any address, on
1V1SCN, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR A CO.,
Nos. 133 and 140 Grand street, New York.
? B. CARPENTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 72 BROAD STRIKT,
Charleston, S. C.,
wm Practice in the State and Federal Courts
?H ARLES LIE BE NROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
49- Highest Prices paid In Cash for Crude Tnr
49- Virgin $4 00, Yellow Dip $3 00, Hard $1 80.
03rorcTics, Ciqnors, Ut.
JJ AT! HAY I HAY !
150 ba'es Prime N. R. HAT.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.
?jpLO?Rl FLOUR! FLOUR!
200 barrels "Reindeer" Extra Bakers' FLOUR
330 barrels Choice Family and Extra Bakers'
soo barrels Family, Extrar*Snper and Fine Flour
200 sacks and barreis "Campsen Mills" Choice
Family. Extra and Soper Flonr. ?
Formale by J NO. CAMPSEN A CO.
QHOICE DEMBRARA SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Invoice Choice
Demerara SUGARS. aug8-6mo
pRIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Prime White
CORN, landlntr. augt-?mo
g?GAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. oller for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Poi to Rico SUGARS and Choice
A N D L E S
A. TOBIAS' SONS Offer for Bale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weights._ang8-6mo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prnnes, White Wine, imported direct from
JgNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS'SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Hlbbert, of London, offer for sale nib
ben's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN ?. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAO and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
varions vintages, in
Cases or one dozen bottles each.
1LSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
FOR FAMILY AND PLANTATION USE, IN THIS
CITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
WILS O N'S
NO. 3 08 KING ST.
No charge for Packing
No. 300 KINO ST.
NO. 3 06 KINO ST.
All Goods delivered free
No. 3 06 KING ST.
cf charge to any part
No. 306 KINO ST.
of City, Railroad Depots er
NO. 30 6 KING ST.
No. 306 KINO 8T.
We are now offering a
Fine, Clear Drawing
T ? A
At the low price or
NO. 3 06 KINO ST.
Ne. 306 KINO ST.
Forty to thirty cents a
No. 306 KING ST.
pound below other
No. 3 0 6 KINO ST.
No. 30 6 KING ST.
COFFEESI OOFFEESI COFFEESI
ROASTED AND GREEN COFFEE, Of alt grades.
RIO, LAGUAYRA, MARACAIBO, JAVA, MOCHA.
We are now parching our own Coffees, and can
safely recommend them for their fine flavor and
We wish It distinctly understood that we do not
keep any Ground Coflees on hand, preferring to
grind them at the time of purchase, and in the
presence of purchasers, thus insuring a poro and
Oar Coffees are now considered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold. Give them a trial.
WILSON'S GROCERY, Box No. 383, Charleston.
QHOICE SMOKED TONGUES,
Pig Hams and Shoulders,
Fulton Market Beer.
Pickled Pig Pork and Tongues,
Just received by
W. H. WELCH,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All Goods delivered free of charge. Jun24
ELLLNG OFF! SELLING OFF!
THREE WEEKS ONLY,
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 388 KINO STREBT.
To perfect certain Improvements, I am now
offering, AT COST, the large stock tn store, con
slating of :
Fine Japanned Walters
Cake ancLSplce Boxes
Looking Glasses of all sizes
Feather and Hair Dusters
And a general assortment of
These Goods having been bonght at low ngaree,
will be great bargains to all who have need of
them. Respectfully, Ac,
Jaly81 JOHN W. LINLEY.
JgAGGLNG! BAGGING ! BAGGING!
30 bales Snperior quality (2 pounds) DUNDEE
50 bales Gunny Cloth.
m store and for sale low by
in store-. Q?O. A. TRhNHOLM A SON,
ang8 No-11 road street.
riftT. *t. i
gEA ISLAND COTTON BAGGING. %
Extra Heavy Bagging. For sale by
sepl-fw4_ RAVENEL A CO.
6000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT; in large sacks
and good order. For sale by
sepT_RAVENEL A CO.
RANDING AND FOB SALE.
A fine selection of BUTTER and CHEFSK.
sept7-2" . . . . . No. 208 East Bay.
QORN AND FLOUB.
6000 bushels Prime CORN
SOO bbl?. Floor.
Landing irom brig W. H. Parks. For sale bj
sep&-3_HERMANN BUL WINKLE.
- We are Importers and Agents of Manufacturer,
and bavins: a large stock on band, offer the
"ARROW TIE" at lowest market price. We also
are agents of "Anchor" and "Swen's Buckle
Tie.? ROBT. MURK A CO..
eepl-fmwio_ Central Wharf.
gAGGING! BAGGING I BAGGING (
160 rolls celebrated EUREKA NEW YOBS
HEAVY BAGGING, 4-3 inches ih the loom.
Having been appointed Agents for the sale '
the abovo named Bagging, we will oner U ,a
liberal terms, and m lots to snit parchasen.
Apply to J. A. EN"SLOW ft CO..
ang2i mwf_?_No. 141 East Bay.
JEFPO EDS & CO.,
Nos. 17 AND 19 VENDUE BANGE, *t
Offer to the trade the following articles at lowest
market rate * : '
100 hhds. Prime Western C. R. SIDES
60 hhds. Prime Westenn Shoulder*
100 boxes winter Cured Salt Sides
100 bbla, "A," "B" and Extsa "C" Sugar
1( 0 rolls Heavy Bagging ,
76 bbls. Molasses J
loo sacks Prime Rio Coffee
600 bbls. Fresh Ground Flour
- 100 boxes Factory Cheese.
200 tnt? Leaf Lard,_ang23-imop*<r
J1LOUBI FLOUR! FLOUB I
As Agent for some of the best mBk lo Norta^
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Richmond, Va., St.
Louis. Mo., and Chicago, m., I would invite deal?
ers to examine my stock, which consists or the
best brands, FAMILY. EXTRA, SUPER and FINE,
which I offer at market rates.
J. N. ROBSON.
No. 68 East Bay and Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf. .
COPY OF TESTIMONIAL OF ST. LOUIS FLOUR
ST. Louis, March 16,1S71.
This certifies that I am using In my family
Davis A Emmons's best brand or Flour, and find
lt equal to any I have need in a housekeeping ex?
perience or over twenty five years.
(Signed,) JAS. L. BENSON,
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
LECTURES BEGIN OCTOBER 1ST.
For Catalogues, address
CHARLES S. VENABLE,
Chairman of Faculty. ?.
P. 0., University cf Virginia._sepa-lmo
^yTASfllNGTON & LEE UNIVERSITY.
The next Session or this institution win com*
menee on the Third THURSDAY (2iit) or septem?
ber, 1871, and continue without intermission un?
til the Fourth THussDAT in June, 1872.
The Instruction embraces thorough Classical,
Literary and Scientific con raes, together with the
Professional Departments of Law and Engineer?
The entire Expenses for the Session of Nine
Months need not exceed aaoo to $326, accord mg
to the price of Board. Arrangements are also
made for messlog, by which Students may re*
duce their expenses to $250 per session.
For further information, address
G. W. C. LEE, Pres.dent, A
Or WILLIAM DOLD, Cleric of Faculty. ~
T. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
SUMTER, S. 0.
UNDIB TEI GABI or
THE SISTERS OF OUR LADY OF MET, CY
The Exercises of this institute will bo resum?
ed September 1st.
The Scholastic Year ls divided Into two ses?
sions : The first, commencing September lat, and
ndlng February 1st.
The second, commencing Febraary 1st and end?
ing Joly 1st.
THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
Comprises Orthography, Reading, Writing,.
Grammar, Rhetoric, Composition, Ancient and
Modern History and Geography, the French and'
Italian Language*, Botany, Philosophy, chemis?
try, Astronomy and use of Globes, Algebra, Vocal
and Instrumental Music, Drawing and Painting
ta Water Colors and Pastels, Ac, Ac, Ac
TERMS PER QUARTER TN ADVANCE.
Board, Washing and English Tuition.$60 00
Music. 12 50
Use of Instrument. 2 50
Languages, each. 10 00
Crayon Draw lug, Painting in Water Colors,
Pastel and Oils, each.10/00
Embroidery. 10 00
Vocal Music at Professor's charges.
Each p np ll requires a good supply or comfort?
able clothing-dark skirts for winter-black silk,
or alpaca aprons; If convenient, au ver cup
spoons and fork, marked; one pair or blankets,,
two pairs or sheets and pillow cases, combs and?
No undue influence used on the religious prtacl,
pies of the pupils ? but to insure regularity, all
must conform to the general rales of the Institu?
The correspondence of the pupils ls subject to
he inspecUon of the Superioress of the Academy;
but by no means restricted as regards parents or
English Tuition for day pupils per quarter- $e,
$8, $12, $16. ?
Extras as for Boarders.
For further partie? tars, apply to the
SUPERIORESS OF THE ACADEMY,,
anglo Sumter, 8? Cd