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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 14? East Bay. Charleston, S. 0.
Wit Gfynfk?i$n ?ftt??
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872.
JO* Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., is the
travelling agent for THE NEWS, for South
HEWS OE THE JD AV.
-The Salt Lase Democrats will probably
send Greeley delegates to the Baltimore Con?
-Some idea of the value or land in the
crowded business portions of the City ot Lon?
don can be gleaned from the fact that a small
plot in Lombard street, containing an area ot
fifteen hundred and thirty square feet-about
twenty-five feet by sixty feet-was recently
sold for ?60,600. This averages over ?39 or
about $195 per square foot.
-Tenole C. Clafiln having failed to secure
the election to the colonelcy of Fisk's regi?
ment, tho Ninth New York, bas been chosen
to command the Veteran Guards, a colored
organization, and bas accepted. This com?
mand has been in existence two yep rs, and
numbers about one bnndred and filly mem?
bers. ' Colonel Claflin will formally assume
command on Wednesday next.
-The commissioner of agriculture is re?
sponsible lor the startling official statement
that a first-class Intoxicating bevenw? can be
extracted from saw-dust, and in consequence
thereof a large number of Massachusetts
backs have taken to the saw who never before
thought of manual labor, and the kindling
wood of the season is said to be In remarkably
short pieces. Il this announcement be true,
the phrase "lemonade wltn a stick In lt" will
become literally as well as figuratively signifi?
-It is stated that the cavalry of the German
Empire are likely to be soon provided with
new aims, aad that there will be other changes
in their equipment. For the cuirassiers ot the
first rank lances are recommended similar to
those In use Ia Russia, and the Uhlans will
bear the same weapon. It ls also intimated
that the whole of the cavalry will be supplied
with firearms ot long range, because the
sword has been found insufficient, and the
cavalry ought, tt is thought, to be made capa?
ble of fighting on foot,
-According to the report recently presented
to the Reichstag at Berlin, 35,000,000 thalers
will be required for the proposed establish?
ment of the German navy, in addition to the
-erwu,uuuayeai wmuummauy uave DWP f???u."
For completing the ships now constructing,
and to build new ones, 20,138,230 thalers will
be needed for frigates; 6,000,360 thalers for
corvettes, and 370,300 thalers for avisos. The
acquisition of some new naval stations abroad
ls also urged as an Imperative necessity. The
establishment, as proposed, should be com?
plete In the year. 1877.
-The Hon. E. F. Pillsbury, who has been
three times the nominee of the Democrats of
Maine for Governor ot that State, has written
a letter to a member of Congress urging bim
to use what influence he possessed to secure
the ratification of the Cincinnati nominations
by the Baltimore Convention. He says: "The
Democracy of Maine are a unit, so far as I can
learn, in favor of the Liberal ticket at Balti?
more. If Greeley and Brown are adopted
at Baltimore harmoniously, we shall see a per?
fect Btorm ot enthusiasm, but lt rejected, a
storm-of Indignation from our people anda
general .collapse of the party."
-The admission of women into the ranks of
the medical profession in Germany appears to
have commenced. A young woman recently
presentid hersell befare the Faculty of Medi?
cine at Munich for examination for a license
to practice as dentist. Belog refused, she went
to Erlangen. The question was here referred
to the government, who at once authorized
the examination, on the ground that lt was
absurd to exclude a person desirous to submit
herself to authorized professional tests of abil?
ity by reason of ber sex. The yonng woman
triumphed, and, the German journals add, ls
likely to find immediate imitators. '.
-A new kind ot material, called "Marezzo
marble," has iust been introduced In England,
and seems to create great attention among all
the architects and decorators. It ls a material
- "professing- io have all the qualities of marble,
not only > A tr, beauty of finish bat durability,
and can be produced at one-tenth the cost of
marble, and one-half that of scaglloga or
enamelled slate. A large number of archi?
tects and other visitors were recently Invited
to see the works in London and a very fine
specimen ot the workmanship-a splendid
fountain, which Is Intended to be shown at the
forthcoming Dublin exhibition, previous to its
removal to one ol the seats tn Ireland of Slr
Arthur Guinness. The universal verdict
seemed to be In Its favor. We have already
beautiful imitations of marble In this country,
butli this "Marezzo marble" he all that ls as?
serted* of it, not only as to beauty and durabili?
ty but cheapness, lt may prove worthy of the
attention of our architects and builders.
-The g?n?ral and wholesale destruction of.
large game In the West has called the atten?
tion of economists to the need of more strin?
gent laws for the reasonable protection of the
same. In Minnesota alone the destruction ot
deer has been so great and Indiscriminate that
Its effect ls now being felt In Impoverishing
the State of an Important source ot wealth
In 1870 the dealers of St Paul shipped more
than 20,000 skins, while in 1871 toe shipment
onl" reached 18,600, and from the present In?
dications there will be astin smaller number
this year. During the last three years the deer
skins, buffalo robes and furs Bent from St
Paul amounted in value to $3,000,000, and yet
the wild animals are only killed for their skins
which bring but twenty-five cents per pound
In that market As a cooseqnence ot this
wholesale onslaught the large game b rapidly
disappearing from Minnesota and the Territo?
ries, and wUl soon be entirely de>iroyed unless
proper means are taken for Its protection.
-It la remarked by English correspondents
In Prussia, that notwithstanding the late lise
In the fortunes of Germany, when the military
glories of the nation are brightest and France
Ja pouring wealth Into its treasury, the exodus
of laboring men, with their lamllles, ls assum?
ing alarming proportions. Emigration ls
greater than at any former period, and the
question of how to 6tay the tide which drains
the land of Its best blood ls receiving anxious
attention from the authorities. In Pomerania,
West Prussia and the northerly districts of
Posen the depopulation ls very marked. In
many villages most of the peasants' houses
are either empty or pulled down, small pro?
prietors are selling out at a sacrifice, and
small estates are a drug In tho market. A
; Pomeranian landowner writes that thirty of]
tito ablest men In his small village lett for
America on the 1st of April, and that a neigh?
boring town ls deserted by all but three laml?
lles, which are also soon to leave. The gov?
ernment has taken alarm at this general
movement, and it has been proposed to put
emigration under more stringent police regu?
lations, and to offer free passage back to Ger?
many to all emigrants wllllDg to return from
America. But while Prussia is the loser by
this drain upon its able-bodied population,
America gains correspondingly, for the Ger?
man element In our country ls one ot the
best that we draw from abroad. And as the
emigrants themselves belter their condition
without doubt, they also add to the mate?
rial strength and resources of their adopted
Thc Swelling Tide.
It 1B fair to suppose that tho position
taken by "Mri August Belmont, the chairman
of the National Democratic Committee,
will be assumed by many thoughtful men
who are impressed with the belief that dis.
astrous consequences to the whole country
must flow from the re-election of Grant.
They may dislike Mr. Greeley personally,
and think that bis nomination was a blunder,
but they see that a Democratic nomination
would insure the success of General Grant,
and they are, therefore, ready to accept the
Liberal Republican ticket. Men of th is stamp
are slow to move, but when their minds are
once mode np they become earnest and in?
It bas been manifest to us, from the com?
mencement of the movement, that Mr. Gree?
ley wonld steadily grow stronger as bis pecu?
liar availability was pondered and discussed.
The mosses are already with bim, and every
day bringa to his side citizens who support
bim, not for personal love or hope of pro- f
fit, but tecause tboy ?ee in him the one man
who can aave tho nation from the obstinacy,
nepotism and despotism of the Grant admin?
The New Tarin* Bill.
The new Tariff and Tax bill is not the
broad and comprehensive measure of Reve?
nue Reform demanded by the people. It ]
secures to the protectionist the enormous
profits which they have so long enjoyed at
the expense of the consumers, and is so
? framed as to maintain intact all the odious
features of the existing laws. The reduc?
tion of ten per cent in cotton, woollen and
iron manufactures is counterbalanced by in?
cluding in the free list nearly all the chemi- ]
cols and other raw materials of manufac?
turing. The burdens which paralyze in?
dustry are not taken off There is a redac?
tion of only $52,000,000, in taxation, in place
of $100,000,000. This is well enough as rar
as it goes; but ?he relief to the tolling mil?
lions will be infinitesimal. It ia calculated
that.the tariff duties. enhance thc cost of
voIiIuXUCIltlCS IO tliti ilnvounft ur ?CD^TOO.PWO, j
over and above the amount that is paid into
the Federal treasurer. Any man can work
this out for himself. Take the cost or1 an
article in Europe, odd on the duties, the
gold premium and the expenses, and the
gross amount is still far less than the selling
price in the United States. The new tariff
bill removes hardly a feather's weight of the
immense burden which the manufacturers
fasten upon the consumers. It is a mere
Salem Daceber on "Minority or Propoi
We have received from the author, Mr.
Salem Dutch cr, a copy of bis work on "Mi- j
"nority or Proportional Representation, its
"nature, aims, history, processes and practi?
cal operation," just issued from the presses
of the United States Publishing Company,
No. 411 Broome street, New York. The j
subject is one which bas already ocenpied
the attention of the British Parliament, the j
Danish Rigsraad, the Swiss Conned and the j
Congress and many of the Legislatures and
State Conventions of the United States, and
is daily rising in interest nod Importance.
What was urgently needed, by politician and
private citizen, was a conciso explanation of
tho origin and nature of tho different forms
of minority representation, together with a
statement of tho arguments for and against
them, and of the results of their practical
operation. Such a work Mr. Dutcherbas
given the pnblic; a work which is invaluable
to every man who reflects upon the evils of
onr electoral system, and is sincerely de?
sirous of correcting them.
I Ia the first chapter the author explains
the defects of the present representative sys?
tem, which excludes the minority from any
participation in the government, crushes out
all but two great parties, gives excessive
importance to a few votes in a close contest,
and virtually limits office to mediocre men.
Mr. Patcher here establishes the startling I
fact that in the United States, two men out |
of every five, where there is anything like
voting on a large scale, will be found abso?
lutely witbont voice in the law-making body.
Thesecond chapter ia devoted to an account I
of the processes, history and progress of j
minority representation, and a sketch is
given of the debate, on the subject, in Par?
liament, in New York, Illinois, California,
West Virginia, &c Norway was the first to I
put the representation of minorities into the |
form ai law, a very distinct plan of propor?
tional representation being contained in the
constitution of 1814. Mr. Gilpin, ol Phila?
delphia, wrote the first book upon the sub?
ject. It was published in 1844; the work of
Mr. Hare was not published until 1859. The
third chapter describes the practical opera?
tion of the cumulative vote, as adopted in
the United States and in England. Ita con?
stitutionality and its defects are also dis?
cussed. The fourth chapter deals with the
limited vote and preferential vote; showing
their operation where these plans have been
tried. The fifth chapter describes the list
vote, the substitute vote, and other plans of
Proportional representation, closing with a
general review o? the whole subject. This
brings out the significant circumstance that,
wherever the principle of minority represen?
tation hos been tried as an experiment, it
Mas been adopted as a role. Even where
the principle has not been engrafted npon
the law of the land it bas received great at?
tention. "Should the Anal verdict be favora?
ble," the author remarks, "the second
"great step in the history of popular govetn
"ment will have been taken. The first was
"tho substitution of a sedate council or ten
"representatives for a law-debating mob of
"a thousand citizens gathered haphazard in
"ibf? marketplace; and the second is, that
"behind every one of tho ten councilmen
"shall stand one-tenth of tbe people."
Mr. Dutcher's exhaustive work is for salo
at Holmes'8 Book House, and in it the
reader who wishes lo obtain a clear and im?
portant view of the question of the represen?
tation of minorities will lind abundant mate?
rial for his purpose. _
expression la often used, but lt la manifestly as?
sura. Gloom and melancholy are not sponta?
neous. Tney are unnatural mental conditions,
and usually bave corresponding causea. If there
ls no apparent rcasoa lor despondency, lt ls a
symptom of physical disease. In nine eases oat
of ten the stomach, the liver and the towels are
responsible fer thc cloud which rests upon the
brain. Io all auch c?sea immediate and perma?
nent relief may be obtained by the use of HOS?
TE mc K'S STOMACH BIT IE KS. If the digestive
organs are weak an in vigoran t ls necessary; if
the liver ls disordered an alterative ls rc quired ; if
thc bowels are constipated or Irregular a gentle
aperient la needed. In that ramona vegetable
remedy these three medicinal propeities are com?
mingled with several others of a scarcely less
important character, and hence it a peedlly cures
every species of hypochondria arising from ma?
terial causea, by removing the causes them?
Ia the summer, when disorders of the stomach
and bowels, bilious complaints and all diseases
which affect ihe assimila' log and secretive organs
are especially prevalent, the. Importance of hav?
ing this Invaluable tonic, alterative and correc?
tive la every dwelling, and within the reach of all
who travel by land or water, cannot be over?
estimated. Aa it h a staple article throughout
the country, lt would be next to impossible to
find a settlement, near or remote, unprovided
with a Btook of this famous vegetable restorative.
OF CHIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. G,
JONE llth, 1872-Tho attention of all persons
concerned ls hereby called to the fact, that on
aod arter the is ti: instant ail Dogs found going j
at large will be killed. JOHN C. HI NOTT,
janll 8_Chief of Police.
pf CITY HALL, OFFI0E CLERK OF
cor sen,, CHARLESTON, S. c., JUNE IO, 1872.
Sealed Estimates will be received at this office
until SATURDAY, 16th, at 12 M, for converting the
City Oourt Room toto Officers' Apartments, ac
cording to plana and specifications lu City En?
gineer's office. W. W. SIMONS,
Junl0-mwf3 Clerk of Council.
GUARDHOUSE, OFFICE OF
CHIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE
ll, 1872.-The attention of all persons concerned
ls hereby called to the following section of an Or?
dinance ia relation to smoking on the Battery,
which will be rigidly enforced en and after thia
date. JOHN 0. MINOTT,
Chief or Felice.
AN ORDINANCE KOK TBS REGULATION OP ALL
PB RSUMS ON TUB K AST AND BOOTU BAY BATTS
BIKS AND FOB i ?TU SK PURPOSES.
SECTION VI. All smoctng or auy pipe or cigar
within thu enclosure of White Point Garden, or
the Batteries aforesaid, be and the same is hereby
prohibited, and any person who shall violate this
c auso of tnts Ordinance snail, for each and every
orfeoce, forfeit and pay the som of five dollars; to
be recovered lu the city Conn, thc umount to bo
given to the informer. juull-6
psFjnj?ES?n? omiiiiK,. tuxx MIALL,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 18T, 1872.-CITYTAX
NOTICE.-This 0nie3 will bo open dally Irom 9 A.
M. to 2 o'clock P. M., to, and to Include the 15th
Instant, for R EOE I PT OF TAXES, and no longer,
without forfeit, upon that doe and unpaid that
Persons having Interest brooming doe on CITY
STOCK, on the 1st of July, will be allowed to orr.
set such against taxes ir settled within the "first
six days of July, during which time priority will
be given such perrons In payment; hat where the
interest is Insufficient to pay the tax due, the
difference deficient mast be paid on or before the
lath Instant, or pay forfeit thereon.
P. J. COOQAN, City Treasurer.
The following Ordinance la published for infor?
mation of all concerned:
A BM.'. TO BAISE SUPPLIES FOB THE FISCAL TBAB
KN DI SO SIST DECEMBER, A. D. 1872.
Be il ordafned.by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled, and by the authority of
SECTION l. That the Olty Appraiser ls hereby
ordered and empowered to aiaess a tax of two
cenis upon the do.lar of the value of all real ami
personal property in the cuy of Charleston, for
the purpose or meeting the expenses of the City
Government for the current nacal year.
SEC. 2. The taxes assessed under this ordinance
shall be payable lo four Instalments, that ls to
say: One-quarter thereof on or before the first or
April next; one-quarter thereof on or before the
fifteenth ol Jane next; one-quarter thereof on or
before the fifteenth of September next; oae-quar
ter thereof on or berore tlioufltteenth or Decem?
ber next; Provided, thatsjft,persons mat pay
their taxes in one Instalment 'on or before the
first of March nextshMl be allowed a reduction
of five per cent.
>?.c. 3. That to any instalment or a part or an
instalment remaining due and unpaid arter the
designated respective dnys of payment, the fol
lowing penalty shall be added, that is to say .
For the first instalment or part of the same, if
paid on or berore the day the second instalment
shs ll be due. five per cent. For the second Instal?
ment or part of the same, and all arreara of tup
first instalment, ir paid on or before the day the
third Instalment shall be due, ten per cent. For
the third instalment or part of the same, and ail
arrears or the Orst and second Instalments, ir
paid on or berore the day thc fourth instilment
shall be due, fifteen per cent. For tho fourth In?
stalment, and all arrears of thc first, second and
third.instalments, ir the same shall not bc paid
on or berore the designated hut da; of payment,
twenty per cent.
SIC. 4. That all Ordinances and parts of Ordi?
nances in conflict with these presents are hereby
repealed. _ jan3-mwfe
Cost ano itanno.
LOST, ON MONDAY, BETWEEN A. R.
Stillman's Dry Goods store, King street,
and the People's Bank, a small Neck Tie, with a
valuaMe Pm. A liberal reward will be given If left
at A. K. stillman's. Mo. 281 King street. junl2-?
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A WHITE BOLL
SLUrPUP, six and a half months old, one
brindle spot around her eye; ears not cut, but
beautifully erect; has very litte hair on her
breast In omstquence or mange; a little over?
shot, A liberal reward will be paid if left at No.
8 Amherst street or Uss Works. Juni2-1*
LOST. ON SATURDAY EVENING, THE
8th instant, a Russian Leather LETTER
PolTCH, containing ssveral Pencil Memoranda
and a Check on the Sub-Treasurer for $169 75
iii awn by Q. A. GILMORE, and payable to DAN?
IAL SINCLAIR or order, at Charleston. Aa the
payment of the check has been stopped, and the
papen are of no use to any one, a liberal reward
wi.l be given to the finder ir len at thc Mount
Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry Wharr
FOUND, A PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES
Gold Frame. The owner can have the
same, by proving property and paying expenses
apply at NEWS office. Jun3
T Waverly House, with Board, at reduced
prices, for the summer months. Mrs. A. J. KEN?
NEDY, Proprietress._ jun4
BOARD WANTED IN A PRIVATE FAM?
ILY on Sullivan's Island for a lady, lorant
ina nurse. Address, G., NKWS Office, stating
terms, location, Ac. mavSl
ina uafac tares
IWOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to my friends and tho nubile that I have
spencd AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANDFAO
rCrtlNG LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR, at No. 161 King street, where I woald be
hap tm to receive any orders lu my line. SAM'L
LANGLEY, Jr. junlO-imo
IRIS3 RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND AN EX?
TRA Mee inp at Archer'? Hall, Tins (Wednes
iaj) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Bring y oar rifles,
Jnni2_? j. H. WALsH. Secretary.
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH,
CHARLESTON, JUNE 12, 1872.-The Boori
[)i Health will meet THIS DAT. at the Registrar's
:>mee, etty Hall, at Vi o'clock M.
OBOhOK S. PELZ RR, M. !>.,
&ERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.- Attend y ocr Regular Monthly Meet
lug, at company Ball, THIS EVKNINO, at 8 o'clock,
sharp. Business of vital Importance,
by order of the ('resident.
Juul2 JOHN B. ovrKNDOHFF, fcocrelary.
KOF P.-PALMETTO LODGE No. L
. Regular Semi-Monthly Communication
lo-NionTat half-past 7 o'clock, at PjtnlanBall,
society street. Nomination of Ofllccrs ror the
ensuini? term, by order of the W. c.
Junl2_J. H. KENDALL. W. R. 8.
TBE ANNUAL MEEIING OF TUE LA?
DIES MEMORIAL ASSOJU**TON will be
IMIMI nt the Widow's Home In Broad street on
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, lath Instant, at half past
5 P. M. The election of t;Ulcers for the ensuing
year will take p ace. Members are requested to
be punctual and cime prepared to pay arrears.
By order ol the President. Jnnl2-2
tD an te.
W^AI^T^?T^TBOTTCT ^C?OTAND BE
userai aboat boase. Apply No. 2 Aiken's
PERSONS HAVING LOTS AT MAGNO
LIA for sale, address T. S., through Post
ellice, stating locality, price, Ac._junl2-l?
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK.
Liberal wages will be paid. Apply at No.
674 King street._Jnnl2-2
WANTED, A COLORED COOK. GOOD
character required. Apply at No. 164 Cal
noun street (last iionae, west end.) JuulM
WANTED, A COLORED BOY TO AT?
TEND at the table and do housework.
Apply at No. 51 Wentworth street. Juni2-i?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
wash and make herself useful. Mnat live
ou premises. Apply at No. 22 Beaufaln street.
wi-hes engagements la private lam lies by
tbe dav. Terms modeiate. Address Madame
W"?NTED, A WHITE NUBSE, AND
one who unders'anus thc Sewing Machine.
Ri commendations tequired. Apply at No. 17 Le
A COLORED WOMAN, WITH ONU,
?\_ child, wants to get a td IU allon in the
country to do the washing or general housework
oru family. Adir?es Lyula, NEWS ufllce.
TTfTANTED, A GERMAN WOMAN, A
Tv little advanced ia age, to mate herself
generally useful la a family of four persons. Ap
ply at southwest corner Beau lain and Archdale
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
induirions LAD, with an ordinary
knowledge of arithmetic*, tn assist in keeping a
Country store on Ediato Island. Wages irum
$8 to $10 per month, besides board and waah
lug. Addresa ofllce of TBS NEWS. Jani2
WANTED A PARTNER IN A WELL
established Brokerage and Commission
Bnsln ss, on Broad street, paying $8i<oo per I
annum on a limited capital. Tue cosine's could [
bo doubled by aa Increase of $2600 capital and
the services of an active yoong man. None but
gentlemen of well-known respectability need
apply, nighest recommendations furnished.
Address Po-un til ce Box No. 216. Junl2-2*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
Wash and make herself generally useful.
Recommendations rt quired. Apply in Thomas
street, one door from Radcliife street.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
and iron ror a family of four. No honae 1
work*. Oood wages to a firat-cla?a cook. No one
seen without rt commendations. Apply at No.
136 Calhoun street, near coming street. Jun8
WANTED TO RENT OUT. "A HASLE
TON BROS. PiANO." Can be aeon at No.
08 Has? 1 street._Jone
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
Washer for a small /ami y. Inquire at j
No. ll Pitt street. Junio-mw2*
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN, TO
cook and wash for a small family. None
WANTED, THE PEOPLE TO KNOW,
1 am making extensive alterations, and
wheu completed my premises will be the largest
wholesale or retail this side of Stewart's, ARCH?
ER'S Bazaar, Nos 361, 3e3 and 365 Klag street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL |
Boase. P j reliase money to be paid In
monthly Instalments. Address "Desire," at Nsws
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SO?TB
ERN LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY lames Joint
Lire Policies, insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, 00 the death of either, the
amouut insured for is paid to the surviving party,
lt niau Insures husband and wife.na the same
plan. EB&N COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad atreeu
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Bouse In the central or western
part or the city. Address "Q," at this once, stat-1
in? location, terms, ax._feb8
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, ol good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
pu mic ins ti tutiua, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going Into the country, can
epoch French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches of a good education. Salary of not so
jreat consideration aa pleasant association. Ad*
ircss c. D. V., at the onloe of this paper.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and nest warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls tho HOMti SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene
ra? Agency. No. 266 King street, corner Beaufaln
greet. T. L BlaSELL._)anl2-6moa
_ ?o -Rent.
TO BENT, ONE OB MOBS ROOMS,
pleasantly situated ia Meeting street, near
Battery. Kitchen, Ac, If warned. Apply at
ito. 6 Meeting street._Jnnis-i*
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF STORY
Boose, No. 42 church street, near Water
meer. Apply at Shoe Store, No. 117 Market
OUSE IN MARY STREET TO RENT.
A pp y to WM. BYRNE, south west corner of j
Jnurch and Chalmer streets._JaolI-2*
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-A SMALL NEW
H DUSK, Ave minutes walk from the landing,
'or sale or to rent. Oood water at hand. Inquire
ir J. H. DEVEREUX._Jnnl2-3
FOR SALE, A No. 1 MILCH COW AND
CALF, at No. 10 America Btreet. jnnll-2**1
FOB SALE, THE HOUSE AND LOT
No. ll Ann street. Apply at No. 624 King
meet. W. A. BRAUER._Jnn7-3wa2?
A T PRIVATE SALE, THE SMALL
tx. RESIDENCE No. 26 Mary street, south bide,
leur Elizabeth, having ronr upright and two attic
ooms, with fine lot. Apply to R. M. MARSHALL
lc BRO., No. 31 Broad street._J aol 1-2
A LL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
tx. M ACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
md at the shor;est notice. Also a few good se
snnd-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
^UNSKURD. M.tilth street, north of Wentworth.
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE UMTT ALLBY,
iver Messrs. Knobeloch A Small's Back Store.
AH operations In DENTISTRY performed by D r
iNuEKSON in the most scientific manner, on the
nose reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
;uarantced, at the corner of King and Lloerty
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT PORKS OF ROAD,
CBARLESTON, S. Q.
Mhcea-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line 1
and Meeting streets. .
S-Hlghest prices paid in Cash for Grade Turp?n
WAGENER ARTILLERY CLUB,
' - '. ; 1 . J I: <J .. - - -
FRIDAY, JUNK 14,1872.
Mount Pleasant Ferry Boata will leave city at
8??am:. io A. H., and l, 3, SK and 7 P. If. Will
return to city at UM A. M., 4M, e>? and 10 P. H.
Excnralon between 8 and 10 P. H.
Tickets to be obtained from the following Ck -
F. W. riEPER, D. HULLER,
F. W. MEYER, J. AHRENS,
Jnnll 4_W. E. KLEIN._
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 13,
NEW GERMAN OHDROH, KING STREET,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SAME.
Coincident to the entire renovation or the
Grand OU Organ, ave hundred new Metal Pipes,
of the latest tone and Invention, have been
Oigan Prelude, and Prayer by Rev. L. MULLER,
Pastor of Oburch.
1. Grand Symphonie In 0, Organ and Orchestra
W A IkCoz&rta
2. Choral Hymn: "AFirm Castle ls our Lord."
Grand Chorus and children's voices-Martin
s. Duetto for two Soprano Voices-G. Mueller.
4. "Behold the Day or the Lord." Grand chorus
with Solos-0. Kreutzer.
6. Trio from Oreatlon, for Soprano, Tenor and
Basso: '-On Thee each Living Soul Awalta"
1. Grand Symphonie In D, Organ and Orchestra
w. A. Mozart.
2. Oho.al Hymn: "Now, praise ye all the Lord."
.Grand Chorus and children's voices-M.
3. Tenor solo from Creation: "lo Native Worth"
4. "Before Thee, O Eternal." Grand Chorus-J.
A. P. Schulz.
5. "Morning." Grand C?ntale, Solos and Chorus
-F. RI s.
Professors H. E. Eckel and J. Heinemann, or?
ganist, will ondnct the Concert, having secured
the kind and gratuitous co operation of some of
the beat talent of the city In vocal and instrumen?
tal music. A rare musical treat may be antici?
Tickets of admission, a dollar each, may be ob.
talned from the gentlemen of the Committee of
Patronage, named oelow; alao at Mrs Huneken A
Co's. Millinery 8tore,at Messrs. Melchers A Muller,
Mr. William Ufferhardt, and at the doors of the
Oburch. Doors open at half-past 7. Concert begins
at half-past 8 P. M.
The following gentlemen are respectfully re?
quested to extend their kind patronage and aid
In disposing of the tickets of admission :
Hon J A Wagener, Consul o 0 Witte,
Hon G A Trentiolm, Ed scoring, Esq,
HOD Geo s Bryan, N Fehrenbach. Esq,
Hon James Simons, H Z Lauroy, Esq,
Hon H D Lesesne, Otto Tideuiann, Esq,
Hon c H Simonton, G W Witte, Eaq,
Hon lt F Graham, J H Devereux, Esq,
BO'Neill, hst, A ll Hayden, Esq,
G W ci.uk, Esq, J F Merkbardt, E q,
J H Wtisou, Es j, (>F Wleters, Eaq,
Major J H Mun ell, W Cari lu g ton, Esq,
G a Trott, Esq. Captain Jacob Sina i,
o A Bowen, Esq, captain Henry Gerdts,
0 Aicbel, Esq, J U H Olausseu, Esq,
captain F W Dawson, Dr H Baer,
R s Bruns, Esq, B Bollruann. Esq.
A Gage, Esq, H Klare, Esq,
Robert Adger, Esq, 0 Olactua, Etiq,
Captain J B Betts, C Llllenthai, Esq,
h MHUa?a?|? " J H Wuhirnittln,0Eiqr
J F Flckeu, Esq, F Wehmann, Esq,
Captain A Melcuera, P J Ooogan, Esq,
W B omi h, E?q, U. F l'anKnin, Esq,
Dr A B Rose, E Waltjea, Esq.
John Kllack, Esq, F Winters. Esq,
W U Courtney, tsq, Henry hui winkie, Esq,
F Van sauten, Esq, J U ogemann, Esq,
Captain D Werner, E F Lehmkuhl, Enq,
H Leidtng. Esq. E J U Fischer, Esq,
G H LludHtedt, Esq, F E Schroder, Esq,
G Kiecke. Esq, F Puckhaber. Esq,
E bates, Esq, D D Cohen, Esq,
.F H Ploger, Esq, W F Paddon, Eaq.
J Relis, Esq, Dr 0 Da vega,
F J L lien thal, Esq, A J Tobias, Esq,
F J Peizer, Esq, J U Boylaton, Esq,
U Ferguson, Esq, Dr H Plnokney,
Dr J P Chaza!, capt F W Wagen er,
Col Rlchaid Lathers, J D Leese mau n, Esq.
U H DeLeoo, Esq, A SachUeiien, Esq,
Maj or Dutson Lee, Dr U s Peizer.
Ur W M Wragg, F C Borner, Esq,
A Bischoff, Esq, u Keim, Esq,
Captain P Tee K le nb erg, F L Quackenbnab, Esq,
H atender, Esq, A Oauale, Esq,
P 0 Schroder, r sq, Capt J C Mlnoct,
Q Logermann, Esq, K M Butler, Esq,
F D O Kracke, Esq, Major G L Buist,
H EhrichB, Esq, Daniel Ravenel, Esq,
C Wulbera, Esq, T A Jefford?, Esq,
F Pieper, Esq, A O stone, Esq,
J U billen. Esq, Dr W M Fitch,
E F S Wt egan, Esq, Capt W A Kelly,
T Kelly, Esq, A cameron, hsq,
P Moran, Esq, M Trleat, K;q,
J M Eason, Esq,' S E Welch, Esq,
J Graver, Esq, A O Kaufman, Esq,
J Kenny, Esq. J N Robson, Esq,
H Steenckeo, Esq, Gen W Gurney,
Gea Getty, capt Sinclair,
Lieut Mnunt, Lieut Smith,
Dr J S But?t, J H steiumeyer, Esq,
J S Schlrraer. Esq, W Knobeloch, Esu,
D T Corbin, Esq H H*sttdt, Esq,
D A Am me, Et>q, W Marscher,
C H Bergmann, Esq J 0 W Bl-choir, Esq.
G S Hacker, Esq, U J Schiepegrell, Eaq,
J Chadwick, Esq W M Bird, Esq.
Dr H Horlbeck, A Lengnicfc, hsq,
W L Trenholm, Esq, A stemraermanu, Esq,
B Lucas, Esq, Dr Ancrum,
F R Wickeubcrg, Esq, J H Petermann, Esq,
Colonel J Polllips, C H West. Esq.
R 0 uhisoim, Bsq, Captain H Harms,
Dr H W DeSaussure, W B Heriot, Esq,
L D Desanssure, Esq, Colonel 0 I Walker,
J D Zerbst, Esq, Dr G W Aimar.
Dr Schwegmann, E H Jackson, Esq,
J H Klentke, Esq, Dr J B Patrick,
F Heinz, Esq, Dr RA Kin loch,
C Amine, Esq, J D Geddings, Esq,
W Brunges, tsq, A W Eckel, Eaq,
J H Muller, Esq, G V Alford, Esq,
A Nimitz, Esq, W S Hastie, Jr, Esq.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Rev. L. MULLER, Pastor or the Congregation.
0. VOIGT, Chairman of the Congregation.
WM. UFFERUARDT, Secretary or the Congr??
JOHN HEESEMANN, Treasurer or the congre?
Major F. MELCHERS.
CD r gane, &t.
CLARKE'S NEW METHOD
Price $2 fio,
la so universally regarded aa a Standard Method
that an advertisement ls only needed as a re?
minder. The muslo is so attracilve that the st ti?
llen t will retain lt as a book of Organ pieces, after
finishing the Instructive course.
A fine colored picture of Dolly Varden ls on the
titles or DOLLY VARDEN SONO, Dolly Varden
Qalop, Dolly Varden Schottische, and Dolly Var?
?en Waltz. Each piece to cents.
EATON'S NEW METHOD FOB THE CORNET,
Price $1 SO.
Is now In season. All who wish to make a noise
n the world may easily accomplish lt by taking
ap the practice of thia fascinating instrument,
with the aid cf this excellent Method.
[JEMS OF GERMAN SONG,
Gems of Sacred Song,
Gems ol Scottish Song,
Wreath of Gems.
The above collections of Vocal Gema contain
sach 200 to 260 pagea full or the choicest German,
Seo. tish, Sacred or Miscellaneous Songs. Very
trainable, and very moderate lu price.
S2 60 In Boards; $3 lu Cloth; $4 Full Gilt.
The above Booka and Pieces, sent, postpaid, en
receipt of retail price.
SLIVER DITTON A CO., I 0. H. DITSON k CO.
Boston. J New York.
WRAPPING PAPER POR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or email quantities.
Price 60 CENTS FEB HUNDRED. Apply at the
)fHce of THE NEWS. may ie
?rorcrits, Ciqnors, &t.
?HOICE SOUTHERN FLOUR.
500 barrels Southern FLOUR
Family. Kxtra and saper-aoted brands.
At depot nud tor sale by
Jnnl2-2 _ " " East BayT
?CpROCLAlM THE GLAD TIDINGS."
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS1
W I L M O N ' S I
309 KINO STREET I
306 KINO STREET 1
306 KING STREET I
Owing to the large quantities or TEAS ont of
bond, aad now being sacrificed by Jobbers to raise
money, we have bought for CASH-anticipating
the redaction of daty
1 LASQK A930BTMINT OF
FINE DBA WINO OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS !
FINB DRAWING OOLONGS I
WHICH WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND !
AT BlGHTY-FlVB CUNTS PER POUND!
AT EIGHTY-F.VE CENTS PERT POUND I
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
A TRA THAT IS WORTn
A TEA THAT It WORTH
A TEA THAT IS WORTH .
SI 26 CENTS PER POUND
$1 25 CENTS PER POUND
$1 25 Cc NTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CtSNTs 1
FOR EIQHCY-FiVE CENTa I
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I
THIS TEA WILL BE AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA WILL BR AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA WiLL BE AS POPULAR AS
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TRA !
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TRA I
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I
WHICH HAS OBTAIN RD A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A BUN
WH1UB HAS OBTAIN til) A BUN
J NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON t
SAiJPLKS MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE 1
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TCI AL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
IS TBE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY HOUSE
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT BUY MORR AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORR I .
THAN ANY OTHER STORE I
THAN ANY OTUKR STORE I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT t
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT !
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS 1.
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS'
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS I
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S TRA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
Na 806 KING STREET I
No. 306 KINO STRElCT I
-Wo. ooo ic 4 k-n STREET I
(Eojiortnirflljips ana ?Disaorntion?.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing ander the Arm of T. D. OLANOY A
Co. ls dissolved by the death of Mr. T. D. OLANOY.
All persons Indebted to said firm will make j
payment to Mr. W. B. HERIOT, who ls authorized
to settle tho affairs or the Copartnership.
R. W. LOCKWOOD.
Survivor or T. D. Clancy A Co.
L. GRONING having parchas M the Stock of T.
D. CLANCY A CO., we take pleasure la recom?
mending bim to the patronage of the late firm.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Limited Partnership of LADD, MARTIN
MOOD, composed or the undersigned, as General
nu i Special Partners, ls hereby dissolved by mu?
tual consent. JAMES S. MARTIN and WM. G.
MOOD, Jr., will sign ta liquidation.
Dated May 4th. 1672.
JOSEPH H. LADD, )
JAS. s. M tRTIN, } General Partners.
WM. G. MOOD, )
C.* UNDERWOOD. } S-Iec,ftl Partners.
State or Scnth Carolina, Charleston County.
Certificate or L'mlted Partnership between BUCK?
LE ? T. BENTON, ol the City or Brooklyn, State of
New York, CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of the Town
and County of Tolland, State of Connecticut,
JAMES S. MARTIN and WM. G. MOOD, Jr., of the
etty of Charleston. State aforesaid. ?.o
This Certificate hereby wltnessetb, that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an Act of thc Gene?
ral Assembly or the State aforesaid, entitled, "An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part,
nershlps." passed In the year of oar Lord one thoa
fiann eight hundred and thirty-seven, and another
Act, entitled "An Act to extejid the duration of an
Act authorizing the formation or Limited Partner?
ships," pasted in the year of oar Lord one thous?
and eight hundred and forty-six, and another Act j
extending the same until repealed, passed Decem?
ber 20th, 1866, forming a Limited Partnership, aa
follows: "IV '
First. The name or firm ander, which each
Partnership shall be conducted ls MARTIN A
Second. The general nature or the business to
be transacted is that of the GROCERY BUSINESS,
both Wholesale and Retail, In the said City of
Charleston, or such place or places In the sjld
State as may hereafter be determined noon. ! .
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, of the City Of
Brooklyn, state or New York, and CHARLES
UNDERWOOD, or the Town and County of Tol?
land, state of Connecticut, are the special Part?
ners, am JAMES s. MARTIN and WILLIAM G.
MOOu, Junior, of the etty or Onarleston, State
aforesaid, are the General Partners.
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a Special Part?
ner, has contributed seven thousand dollars,
($7000) and OHAKLES UNDERWOOD, the other]
Special Partner, has contributed also seven thous?
and dollars i$7000) to the common 'stock of the
Firth. The said Partnership commences on the j
Fourth Day of May, one thousand eight hundred '
and .seventy-two, ULd will terminate on the
Fourth Day of May, one thousand eight hundred
Dated the Fourth Day or May. A. D. 1872.
(Signed) B. T. BENTON. [L. SJ |
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, [t. 8 1
JAMES S. MARTIN, [f.. 8.1
WILLIAM G. MOOD, Jr. ft. e.]
Wltnc-fs: H. O. BANK. JOHN B. PERKY, aa to I
B. T. BENTON and CHARLES UNDERW0O0D.
ASHER D. COHEN, DANIEL HART, aa to JAMES
O. MARUN aad WM. G. MOOD. Jr. Jani2-we
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-WE THE
, undersigned have this day lormed a Copart?
nership under the firm name of CRAWLEY A DE
HuN, and will continue the Factorage and Gene?
ral Commission Rosiness at No. 6 North Atlantic
Woarf. GEO. F. CRAWLEY,
W. RUSSELL DEHON.
Charleston, June 10,1872. junio-mw(3
(DattlKf, Jcrotirrj, 4ft.
LL, BLACK & CO.,
Noa. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their Immense stock or |
during the sommer months. All goods will be
Bold wltbont reserve, at a great redaction, to
close the business. junio
' Landing and for aale bf"
'"-.__ ADOLPH NIMITZ.
Jnnl2-3_No. 209 East Bay:
QOBN, OATS AND 8YRUP."
'3500 bushels Yellow CORN
'2000 bushel* Prime Oats
24 bnls Be?-iHlre Syrup.
Landing from steamship1 Virginia, amt for sale
by HERMANN BUbWINKLE,
jnnll_ jj Kerr's Wharf.
SPANISH CLARET. WINE. AT. il PER
PALLON...-. .... ir...
2 plpea Catalonia CL AK ET WINE, In sound
condition, at fl per gallon, Imported direct to
inlscliy Ly- Timoteo.'.- " . >: * . ? -xi;: a
. ; For sale by N. M. PORTER.
- >.... - Ne. 2$8KlBs^streetr*' "
Jun8-smw3 Third above wartet street, .
gUGAR, MOLASSES AND WINE. ; -
40 hilda. Masco vado SCO AR . : !>:'
120 hhd8. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
eonbla. prime new crop Mascovado Molasses 1
20 pipes Catalonia Claret Wine.. .
Fer sate low to close consignments, ld lots to
suit purchasers, by . w. P. HALL,
may28-wfml0 Brown A Co's Wharf.'
?TJT S A U TERNE S ',
AT $3 50 PER DOZEN.
F B E N Cf C CARE T, '
. AT $3 PE it DOZEN. 5
AT $3 60 FER DOZEN..
Exclusive of Bottle*, at
JOHN BURK AMP A CO., j
Inn7-fmw3* Corner King and Broad streets.
g 0 STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS.
Just received per steamer a fine lot. of s. C.
STRIPS AND PIO SHOULDERS, small size. ~&? "
AISO, ii ... .,?<? ? jR ff
Extra Fulton Market Beer for sale low by"
N. W. corner Klug and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered tree. ' ?
XTEW CODFISH, SALMON AND MAOK
Extra Ko. 1 MACKEREL, large sute. Cholea
New pickle Salmon, st. George Codfish,.very-fine.
Pickle Halibut. Pickle Herrings.
ForsalebT i: D. FITZ GIBBON, 1 ???il
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free.1 ? ' '? ': : : ..?:
?piRESH BISCUITS, CRACKERS, Ac. ' '
Jost received per Steamer Falcon, an kinds of "
FRESH BISCUIT, as follows : ; <i :,'.
Milk'Biscuits, Cream Jr ables, Lemon Snap?,
Ginger Snaps, Soda Blscu... Arrowroot Biscuit,
Oyster Biscuit, Butter Crackers, Wine era uk era
and Pilot Bread. . ,; .
For aale low by, D. FITZ GIBBON, .
N. W. coruer King and cannon streets.
All g. ods delivered free..... . , .\
QHOICE WINES, BRANDIES, GINS, Ac
A fine lot of PORE BYE' WHISKIES, ' Brandies, ; n
Some of that fine OLD CORN WHISKEY, at
$1 76 per gallon. And full supply of low grade
Whiskey al ways on hand.
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON. .
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free. ?. mayW-lao ' .
pOGNAG AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN- ii
DY, IN U.S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS1 SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY, ..
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse, 1
Oholc ! COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
Tarions vintages, la
. ; ., ,... . Quarter casks
J_Oases of one dosen bottles each. 4
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.. No. 110 East Bay, offer Tor '
sale Fair, Prime and Cholo?, Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A 00.
pALK.IBK ALE .
MORDECAI A co., No. lio East Bay. offer , for ,
sale an lu voice or "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDECAI A 00. ,
T)OKTO RICO -fjfcp LASSE S.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 fast Bay. offer for
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, m strong
~p RIME WHITE CORN. >
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer lor
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacks..
?JHOIG8? HAVANA CIGARS;' Hnrtr. n:
MORDECAI A co., NO. UO Easti Bay, offer Ior
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA- OIGA RS, di?
rect from Factory In Havana.' ; ' ? '* 1 -
A DAM AN TI NE CANDLER.
flood packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS..
persons having claims against the Estate of
THEODORE D. CLANCY, late of Charleston, Her- 1
chant, deceased, are requested to present . their
demands, properly attested, and those Indebted -
to said Estate are solicited to moke immediate
payment to WILLIAM B. HEBIOT,
THE STATE OP SOUTH CABOLTNA,
COUNTY OF RICHLAND.-CODRT OF COM?
MUN PLEAS.-JOHN ALEXANDER, Plaintiff,
against w. R. HOYT, Defendant.-Copy Snmmooa n
far Money Demand, complaint not served.'-TO'
W. R. HOYT,' D?tendant - lu i thia action: -You are
hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint lu this action, which will bellied In the
office of the Clerk of the Court of Common . Pleas,
for the said county, and to serve a copy or ?
your aas.ser on the subscribers at their office,
at Columbia, within twenty days alter the service
of this summons on y ou.excluslve of the day or ser?
ir y ou fall to answer ?ma complaint within the
lime aforesaid, the plaintiff will take Judgment
against you for the sum or three hundred and
lorty-four 87-100 dollars and costs.
Dated May ?th, 1872. " . '
- MONTEITH A BA?8KETT, ~.
' Ijnnl2-w6_ ' PiaintlrTs Attorneys
NOTICE.-ESTATE OF JAMES TUP?
PER, DECEASBD.-on the 20th day of Juna S
next, the undersigned will apply to the Hon.
Jauge of Probate for charleston County ? for a .
flo ai discharge and le tiers duimlssory aa Execu?
tors or said Estate M.
ELIZABETH A. TUPPER,Executrix.
SAMUEL Y. TUPPER, Executor,
may20 m wf imo_ . ' c - -. .' ?
PRIVATE SALE OF PROPERTY IN
PENDLETON, S. 0.-The BEAUTIFUL RES?
IDENCE of the late Mrs.-John 0. Oalh un, Ita Pen- -
dleton Village, is offered . fer sale on easy and
reasonable terms. The premises contain seventy
five and a bajf acres, tartly cleared and cultivat?
ed The Dwelling ia of wood, one story, with
se ve a large rooms, pantries, closets and base
meats for kitchens and storerooms, and com?
mands a view of the Alleghany Mona titos, unsur?
passed la this State. The grounds are extensive
and handsomely Improved, with fine Apple Md ,
Peach Orchards and Kitchen Gardes la the rear, J
and numerous outbuildings, corresponding-In A
style tJ the grounds and dwelling. The place la A
within four hundred yards of the Bine Ridge Ball---^
road depot, and Since Mrj. Calhoun's death, hja*
been occupied by the Hon. Thomas 0. Clemson.
This flrat-otaas village Residence and Lands ll
situated in a most delightful climate and neigh?
borhood, and can be purchased on time.
For further Information call on Dr. T. J.
PICKENS, ot Mr. WM. HENRY TRESCO t, of Pen- '
dleton ; T. GRANGE SIMONS, or Ch aries ton, or ad?
dress toe undersigned, at Abbeville, who, as the
Executor of Mrs. X. C. Calhoun, ls 'authorized to
sell. If not sold, the Premises w.li be leased.
June wi_Qualified Executor of Will.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUN?
TY OF BARNWtTtr^-Conrt of Com moa
Fleas.-TAN M. FITCH, Plaintiff, agalos*4?AAO
MEYER, OTIS L. COOK, JOHN GILMORE and
ISAAC B. HEWITT, Defendants.-summons for 4
Money Demand-Complaint not Served.-To '
ISAAC MEYER, OTIS L. COOK, JOHN GILMORE
and ISAAC B. HEWITT. Defendants above named::
Yon are hereby s arum on ed and required to
answer the complaint in this action, which ls
filed in the office or the Clerk or the Court or Com?
mon Pleas, at Blackville, ia the County of Barn?
well, in tho state of south Caro ina, and serve a
copy or your auswer on the subscriber,''at-sis
office on Laurens street, In the Town ot Aiken,
Sooth Carolina, within twenty days after the ser?
vice of this summons on you, exclusive of the
day of service. If .you fall to answer the com?
plaint within that time, the plaintiff will take
lodgment againat you for the sum of one hun?
dred and sixty-seven dollars and forty cents, and
Dated at Alten, South Carolina, thia 26th day
Of April, 1872. G. W. CROFT,
Plaintiffs Attorney, Aiken, S. 0.
To the Defendants ISAAC MEYER, OTTa L.
COOK, JOHN GILMORE and ISAAC S. HEWITT :
Take notice that the complaint in this action (to?
gether with the summons, of which the foregoing
ls a copy,) was filed io the office of the clerk of
the Court sf Common Pleas, at Blackville, in the
County of Barnwell, in the State or South Caro ll- .
aa, on tho 7th day or May, 1872. <
O. W. CROFT,
may 8-we Plaintiff's Attorney,