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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON k CO.,
No. 149 East Bay; Charleston,- S.e.
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1871.
JOWB OF IKE JOA>T.
-Gold closed inactive yesterday, in New
York, at ll j all?.
-Cotton closed easier at 16jc, with sales o?
-In Liverpool, cotton closed active and
firmer ; uplands, 7|d.; Orleans, 7$a7?d.; sales
-Mrs. Julia Ward Howe has been appointed
a justice of the peace in Boston.
-Bismarck's new title as Prince is "Seine
Durchlaucht, Prinz von Bismarck-Schoen
-Nearly a million American breech-loaders
are now in the hands o? European soldiers,
and orders ior more arms are constantly re?
ceived in the TJuited Sutes.
-"Shot through the heart" is a common ex?
pression, yet out of 87,822 cases of gunshot
wounds reported during the late war, it is
said that in only four cases the bullet wounded
-The remains of Bishop General Polk are
to be removed from the churchyard of St.
Paul's, in Augusta, Ga., where they now lie
unmarked, to Louisiana, where a monument
wiil be erected over them.
-H o fl", the Berlin malt-extract man, has be?
come in fifteen years a millionaire by exten?
sive advertising. He asserts that he has paid
to daily and weekly journals, in that space of
time, the enormous sum of three million
\ -In China, no virtue is universally recog?
nized except duty to p*arents. The motive to
avoid disgrace and seek honor is that credit
may be reflected back on a man's father, and
this reverence is the basis of all respect paid
to the political powers that be.
-The students at Oxford during the last
term are said to have been over 7900-the
largest number at the university for ten or
twelve years. The usual attendance is some?
thing less than 5500, with an average of about
300 students at each of the nineteen colleges.
-A horrible outrage by the Ku-Klux is re?
ported in North Carolina. It was an attempt
.to intimidate a minister of the Gospel. A
negro preacher In Lincoln County has receiv?
ed the following anonymous letter: "Rever?
end and dear Sir-You must either quit
preaching or quit stealing hogs. K. K. K."
-The census exhibits moke it appear that
the losses o? the Southern States by the war
amount to $1,200,000,000. This, is greatly
under the mark. The loss of slave property
alone was much in excess of that sum. There
were 4,000,000 of slaves, and they were placed
at an average of $750 each, which would make
the loss In slave property alone $3,000,000,
-Deaths from hydrate of chloral are be?
coming as lrequent as from kerosene explo?
sions, and too much caution cannot be ob?
served in the use of either of those deadly
agents. The new drug is an effective ano?
dyne, but should not be used except when
prescribed by a physician, as in cerlain con?
ditions of the system It is sure to cause death.
The latest case Is that ol Henry Beagg, a
young man in Brooklyn, who, becoming pros*
trated by attendance on the sick bcd of his
father, took a dose o? the hydrate of chloral,
smaller than he had taken on previous occa- '
sions, but it caused his deuth in a few hours. ;
-In a desultory discussion ot the Washing- j
ton treaty iu ihe British House of Lords, on
Friday last, Lord Redesdale took strong ?
grounds against the recognition of the so- t
called Alabama claims, holding that the South- ,
ern Confederacy and not Great Britain was
wholly responsible for all the damages com?
mitted by the Confederate cruisers. Lord <
Granville admitted the gravity of the issue ,
raised by Lord Redesdale, aud sold it was the .
duty ot the government to give every atten- 1
lion to this view of the subject, as well as to
all other matters which would aid it in resis-'
tance to the pt.ynj.eut of these claim?. The
treaty will be formally submitted to Parlia?
ment in a lew days, and lt ls apparent that it i
will pass through a severe ordeal before lt ls t
finally disposed of by that body. <
-The influence of the Communal movement ,
in Paris is deeply felt in England a.nong the ,
working Classes, who impressed with pretty
much the same political and social views as
the Communists, are watching with solicitude (
" the course of the French struggle and are 1
awaiting their chance. The London Morniug
Post, a paper of grave dignliy and not given <
to sensations, tn tue cou cse ol' an article on i
April 26, says: "It is a lad that lhere is.
working among the poorer classes ol the com?
munity a very dangerous spirit, which ls being
silently, but surely, fomented by agitators and
enthusiasts, and which, ii not prudently dealt
with, may break out in a lameniable manner.
The discontent is of a kind new in England.
It is not of a political, but of asocial and mate?
rial character. It is that the poor have begun
to call in question the whole scheme o? society
as it exists, to cost covetous eyes upon the
property of Ihe rich, to adopt the bellet thai a
ponton ol it ought to belong lo them, aud to
talk of the means whereby they may get ihai
-Under the head o? "The Ku-Klux Chinee,';
tlie New Orleans Times of Monday, 8th instant,
has the following: "One of our coast planters,
who has a number of Chinese laborers in his
employ, seeing a disposition on the pan of
some ol the negroes to anuoy the Orieutals,
and apprehending a resort by lite lauer to thu
use of the sharp knives which they always
wear, cautioned them not to take the law into
their own hands, but in case they were trou?
bled by any negro to brin^ the offender before
him, and he would see thal justice was done.
Accordingly, one day the planter, whilst sit?
ting on his gallery, observed u procession of
the Chinameu coming from the quarters, bear?
ing at their head axlark package. They march?
ed with greal deliberation and dignity up to the
mansion, and laid their burdeu on the gallery
at the feet of the planter. It proved to be a
-chunk of a negro," securely bound as only
Chinamen know how to ile a parcel ol'goods.
The negro was scared out of his senses, though
entirely uuhurt. Laying him quietly down
on the gallery, the leader of the Chinese,
pointing to the dark mass, said to the planier:
.Niggah ! too much ! too much niggah !' and
then the whole party trotted back lo their
work. It was an hour's hard work to untie
the frightened negro, who, ou his release,
very cheerfully acted upon the suggestion of
the planter to 'make himself scarce.' "
-The first arrests under the new Ku-Klux
law are reported-from North Carolina. James
Cabanlas, David Mitchell and Franklin Clark,
all youths, were brought to Raleigh, in charge
I of a guard of soldiers, accompanied by a dep?
uty United States marshal. The offence
charged was that a party o? men, of whom tue
prisoners were three, had made a descent
upon a cabin where three white women, three
negroes and their common offspring were liv?
ing together, and had tied up two of the
women ?md the three men and whipped them.
The real character of the alleged act 19 suf?
ficiently plain. The locality is one of those
North Carolina "piney woods" regions where
civilizaton is at the lowest ebb in America;
the offence of these women and men herding
togeiher.was felt even there to be a social out?
rage; lhere was no form o? law which could
practically be made to reach them, and hence
a vigllar.ce committee, it is charged, made a
descent on the nest to break it up, as would
have been done in any Western locality from
Iodiana to Montana. That the alleged outrage
had any political character whatever is suffi?
ciently, negatived*iy the fact that the section is
a ..Radical" one, and o?e-jCf the accused par?
ticipators ls a Radical of the straightest sort.
The commissioner held the accused over for
trial before the Circuit Court; Clarke and
Mitchell in the sum of $2000 each, and Caban
nlss in the sum of $3000.
The Debt of South Carolina.
TJutil last week the debt of South Car?
olina, a=; far aa the general public was con?
cerned, was in a complete fog. The official
exhibits which had been put forth from time'
to time were variously construed, and the
conflicting estimates ot the aggregate of the
debt ranged all the way from seven to seven?
teen millions. Thanks io the Taxpayers'
Convention, the awl.ward controversy is set?
tled at list. A committee of that body, in?
cluding merchants and bankers of eminence.,
gave tho subject a calm and thorough inves?
tigate*.); and, as they were aided in their'f
labors by the officials who control the finan?
cial machinery of the State, it is scarcely
probable that their conclusions will be dis?
puted in any quarter. According to their
showing, the direct obligations of the State,
outstanding at this time, (which, by an
error, wore understated in yesterday's NEWS,)
amount to S9,965,765 23. .
Besides this, the State has contingent
liabilities, arning from the endorsement of
Railroad bonds, amounting to $8,787,608 20.
These endorsements are as follows:
South Carolina Railroad Bonds,
payable in 186S, secured by first
Northeastern Railroad Bonds, pay?
able March 1, 1869, secured by
first UK ?rtgage. 92,000 00
Chariest? n ano Savannah Railroad
Bonds, payable In 1877, secured
by first mortgage. 605,000 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Bonds, under act ot 1869, pay?
able lt. 1889, Becured by first
mortgage. 245,750 00
Laurens Railroad Bonds, payable
in 1879. secured by first mortgage 75,000 00
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
Bonds, payable in 1878-79, se- '
cured ty first mortgage. 350,000 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Bonds and CT ti ti eat es of In?
debtedness, payable In 1881,1883,
and 1888, uuder acts of 18G1,
1866 ac d 1869, secured by first
mortgage. 1,426,545 89
Blue Ridire Railroad Bonds, under
actofl!l63 . 4,000.000 00
Thus, the total liabilities of the State,
direct ard contingent, foot up a graud total
of $18,703,373 43. Of course it ia not tobe
supposed that the State will ever be called
upon 4.0 pay the bulk of the bonds to which
its endorsement has been glveu; yet it is
but just that the public creditor s'iould have
i plain and undisputed statement of our
inaucial condition. The attainment of
inch a statement would, of itself, have jus
.ified thc meeting of the Convention. In
my view, it must be said, now that we
<now precisely how we stand, that the debt
jf South Carolina ls not greater than her
.esources, capably aud honestly managed,
ire quite able to sustain.
The Ne w York Tribune .publishes a com
nunication glorifying the present-Legisla
uro of South Carolina. "This negro gov?
ernment (the writer says) has passed the
"best laws, during its brief term, of any
"Lugislacure in the Union." At the foot of
:he comnuuication Mr. Greeley appends one
)f those vigorous thrusts which usually im?
pale a vi clim. He says:
''Without choosing here to dispute one word I I
af this eulogy on what the late rebels choose | 1
Lo term carpet-bog legislation, we only add our
regret that men wise enough to pass such
laws should not also have proved honest
enough to abstain irom the wholesale corrup?
tion that has made the present State Govern?
ment a utench in the nostrils of the taxpay-11
ers." I ?
THE Hon. David A. Wells, in the course 11
of a recent lecture on the financial and com?
mercial condition of the country, in the
Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati, declared
that tuere.are but three things that we can
produce tn equal advantage with other ua
tions-gold, colton and petroleum.
TUE New York Tribune, after comment
ing editorially upon the temp?rale course of
the Taxpayers' Cuuveulion, remarks: "We
"should be glad it" there were some legitimate
..aulhorily pure enough and wise enough to
"give force io its resolutions.*'
GENERAL Jubal A. Early, of Virginia, has
consented to deliver the oration before the
Survivors' Association of South Carolina, at
Columbia, in November next.
LETTERS FKOM ROMK ox THE COUNCIL. By
Quit'iuiis. Reprinted from ihe Allgemein?
Zeitung, authorized translation. Pott &
Amen-," New York. Charleston : Holiness
These famous: letters may be said, briefly,
to couiaiu uu historical .chronicle of the pro?
ceeding;! of the great Vatican Council from
the point of view of Ute Bishops of the mi?
nority. They are, therefore, valuable to the
student of contemporary ecclesiastical history
of whatever class of opiuiou; and as the
expression of what is termed the "liberal"
Catholic view so prevalent at present in Ger
mauy, deserve attention eveu from those
who do not sympathize with their prevailing
tone. Some articles from the Allgemeine
Zeitung are prefixed to the letters which
serve to illustrate them, aud an appendix ia
subjoined containing documents of similar
bearing. -There CAD be nj) question of the his?
torical significance of the work, which, how?
ever, does not call for'detailed criticism. It
makes a large- volume of 8?6 pages, and is
sold for S2.
AXTEROS. A Novel. By the author of Guy Liv- ]
ingstone, ?Ste. New York : Harper & Bros.
Charleston : Hoimes's Bookhouse. Price 50
Mr. Lawrence's last book deserves the
usual praise for its cleverness, and the usual
condemnation for its immorality. The Pall
Mall Gazette has called it "a masterly analy?
sis of illicit passion," and these words in
truth convey the aptest criticism of ita
merits and demerits. Ii is perhaps useless
for critics- to say that in spite of the ortho?
dox finalities to which Mr. Lawrence always
conducts his melodramas, he is yet an essen?
tially immoral writer. His books are read
and admired by the public of the period,
and he can aflord, id so far, to laugh his
critics to scorn. True, his feeling is hol?
low; his -rhetoric often* tawdry, and his
theory of life superficial and unsatisfac?
tory. But he can quote Owen Meredith with
eflect, and is remarkably strong on Ecclesi?
astes, though the lessons he teaches are
hardly Solomonian. But he doubtless acts
up to his lights, and the glare, though scarce?
ly very pleasing, is undoubtedly effective.
A LIFE'S ASSIZE. A Novel. By Mrs. J. H.
Riddell, author of --George Gelth," "Phemie
Keller," &c. New York : Harper & Bros.
Charleston : Hoimes's Bookhouse. Price 50
The author or "George Geith" is not tobe
confounded with the mere ephemeral story?
tellers of the day. She is more than a ma?
ker of books; her novels always presenta
clear and definite idea faithfully worked out;
and she writes the English language with a
rhythmic force. and fervor very unusual in
authors of her clas3. ' "George Geith" is
well known as one of the most powerful fic?
tions of the last decade, and in "Puernie
Keller" nearly as great a success, though oLl
a different sort, is attained. In her present j
novel her march is still onward. "A Life's
Assize" is a story which it is impossible to
read without the most intense aud vivid
sympathy. It is by DO means sensational in
the vulgar sense, though it begins with and
is founded upon a trial for murder; and yet
its main idea is strikingly dramatic, and its
analysis of human emotion subtle and pro?
found. The author herself calls it "not a
"Dovel of stirring incidents, or of rapid ac?
tion following upon swift events; but rather
"the story of one human being's feelings
"photographed even while they were fleeting
"by." The description is just, but inade?
quate. The most ardent lover of the ultra
sensational cannot fail to be interested in
the.history of Andrew Hardell's life-secret;
the student of character must deeply sympa?
thize with the masterly unfolding of the
hero's career in accordauce with the laws of
bis peculiar personality, which are faithfully
adhered to; and, finally, no one who enjoys
nervous and rhythmic prose can fail to dwell
with delight upon the eloquent words with
which the whole story is clothed. lu short,
"A Life's Assize" is worth reading for nearly
every reason for which a novel is worth
reading at all.
^'THE' FRIENDS'AND AOQOAINT
ANLES or Mr. and Mrs. PATRICK ROURKE are
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of the
latter,, from her late residence, No. 10 Pitt street,
at half-past 3 o'clock Tuts AFTERNOON.
ja? NO??CE.-THE BATTERY BATH
INGHOUSE, on White Point Garden, has been
:horoughly repaired iu all its various departments,
ind is now opened for the accommodai ion of
visitors. Thanking the public for past favors, I
?vould ?no - respectfully solicit their patronage.
may 16-tuihs f. McMANMON, Proprietor.
;Sr-NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-A.
UROOKBANKS begs to state to thc public that he
will keep on hand a fresh supply of ICE CREAM
IND CAKES to supply the wants of the peoDlc.
All orders sent to his Stands, at No. 93 Market
itteet, or Meeting street, abuve Queen, will be
iromptly attended-tQ. A. BROOK BANKS.
??* NOTICE.-OWNERS OF LOTS ON.
sullivan's Island ure hereby notified that the
trad duty for the year 1871 must be paid to the
treasurer, at office Ko. 15 Broad street, on or be
orc the 31st day of M ty, Instant.
By order of the Towu Council of Mouitrievllle.
D. B. GI I.LI LANI),
JEST- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
?ecelve Subscriptions or Donations at lils olllce,
s*o. 68 Fast Bay, corner or Atlantic Wliorr. The
jay ment of Two Dollars will coustitue a person a
nember for one year. Bibles arc kept on hand
Tor distribution. The Society has one exporteur
in the Held, and solicits aid to introduce another.
Persons interested in tho woik or seeking further
inrormailon will please call on tbe Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apn!8-6mos_Treasurer C. B. S.1
?&- PERSECUTED O R G A N.-THE
inman stomach has been asliaruefulty persecuted
>rgan There was a time when for every direlec
;louofdaty it was punished with huge doses of
fhe.inost disgusting and nauseous drugs. In vain
it rejected them, and literally returned them
apon the hands of ttiose who administered them.
They were forced upon lt again and again, until
ts solvent power was thoroughly drenched out of
The world Is wi<er now thau -it was in that
ilrastlc era, when furious purgation and mercu?
rial salivation were what Artemus Ward would
have calle! Hie ''maia bolt" of the faculty, lu
c;i?es of dyspepsia and liver complaint.
Taegreat modern remedy for ludlge-?ou and
biliousness is LKJSPETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, a preparation which ha* the merit of com?
bining a palatable flavor wirh such t<>uic, aperient
and anti-bilious properties, as were never here
tofnre united in any medicine.
lt has been discovered, at last, that sick people
are not like thefabled Titans, who found prostra?
tion so refreshing that, when knacked down, they
rose from the eanh twice as vigorous as before.
Whcu an invalid i -i prostrated hy powerful dep'.et
lutr drugs lie is apt to stay prostrated ; aud the de?
bilitated b-.-ing awai-c.of tiiefaot.-prcrer the build
lng up to the knocking down sy^em of treatment.
HOa-TETTElfS BITTERS meets ?he require?
ments or the rational medical philosophy which
at present prevails. It is a perfectly p'ire vegeta?
ble remedy, embracing the three Important prop?
erties of a preventive, atonic and an alterative.
It fortifies rhe body against disease, invigorates
amt revitalize* the torpid stomach and liver, and
I'tTeus a most salutary change tn the eatire sys?
tem when In a morbid condition.
In this country where the enfeebling tempera?
ture renders the human organization particularly
susceptible to unwholesome atmospheric influ?
ences, the Bitters should be taken is a protection
against epidemic disease. mavl3 ODAC
-ser NOTICE HS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of tho Land commission, that,
from and after the first day or March, 1S71, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDUZO, Secretary nf the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DBLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 1871. mani
p&- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New torfe, are notified that
she ls discharging cargo, at Adger*s Wharf. Goods
not called for ac sana?t will remain on the wharf
at owner's risk. ? . JAMES ADGEB & CO..
pm* CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
Line Schooner IDA RICHARDSON will send to
Adger's North Wharf for goods before sunset, or
pay expenses. No claims will be allowed after
goods are removed.
niayl?-1 WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
pS- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-In the Common
Pleas.-Fx parte WILLIAM B. HERIOT, LEWIS
D. MOWRY, JOHN R. DURES. EDWARD M.
MORELAND,. WILLIAM THAYER, Trustees of
the " ReJer Loan Association," in re u The Relief
Loan Association" vs. NELZIRE F. PETIT.
Petition to cancel title to " Relief Loan Associa?
tion," and cause new title to be made to WIL?
LIAM B. HERIOT and others, Trustees of said
"Reltaf Loan Association."-Under an order of
the Hon. R. F. GRAHAM, Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas for the First Circuit, dated this
day, I hereby give notice to the Stockholders and
all others in interest in the said " Relief Loan
Association," to appear before me, at my office,
Charleston Library Building, corner of Broad
and Church streets, on TUESDAY, the 16th day of
May, 1871, at ll o'clock A. M., and show cause
why the prayer of the said petition should not be
granted. J. BARRE ri COHEN,
apr26-l,mayi6 _Referee. '
. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON.-In the Common
Pleas.-Ex parte WILLIAM B. HERIOT, LEWIS
D. MOWRY,'JOHN R. DUKES, EDWARD M.
MORELAND, WILLIAM THAYER, Trustees of the
'.Relief Loan Association," in re MARIA DALY
vs. ROBERT McCARREL and ELLEN McCAR
REL.-Petition to Cancel Title to "Relief Loan As
sociatloo,"and cause new Title to berna le to WM.
B. HERIOT, and ethers, Trustees of the said "Re?
lief Loan AssoclaUon."-Under an order of the
Hon. R. F. GRAHAM, Judge of the Court or Com?
mon Pleas for the First Circuit, dated this day, I
hereby give notice to the Stockholders and all
others in interest in the said "Relier Loan Associ?
ation," to appear before me, at my office Charles?
ton Library Building, corner of Broad and Church
street?, on TUESOAY, the 16th day or May, 1S71, at
ll o'clock A. M., aud show cause ??Thy the prayer
of ? ?ia petition should not be granted.
J. BARRETT COHEN, Rereree.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REV?
ENUE, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. SECOND DIS?
TRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, No. 43 BROAD
STREET, CHARLESTON, MAY 10, 1871.-NO.
TICE.-Special Taxes (Licenses) lor DEALERS
IN LIQUOR OR TOBACCO, for the year end'
lng April 30, 1372, are due and payable at this
office on or before the TWENTIETH OF MAY, 1871.
may 10-6_W. R. CLOUTMAN, Collector.
pa- ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF AP
POINTMENT.-Iu the-District Court of the.Unlted
States, for the Eastern District or South Carolina
-In the Matter or GEORGE A. BOWMAN, Bank?
rupt-In Bankruptcy.-To whom it may concern:
The undersigned hereby gives notice or his ap?
pointment as Assignee of GEORGE A. BOWMAN,
or the City or Charleston, In the County or
Charleston, and State or South Carolina, within
saut District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt,
upon lils own petition, by the District Court of
Dated at Charleston, this 1st day of May, A. D.
1871. ARCHIBALD ARMSTRONG,
^THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS.-EDWIN BATES, GEO. C. SEL
MAN, TUOS. R. McQAHAN, CHARLES K. BATES,
Copartners, tradlug as EDWIN BA! ES Ss CO.,
Plaintiffs, against* I. GOUDKOP, D?tendant.
Copy Summons for Money Demand-complaint
not served.-To I. GOUDKOP, Defendant in this
action: You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action, which has
been tiled in the oftlee or the Clerk ol the Court or
Common Pleas for thc said county, and to serve
a copy or your answer on the subscribers at their
office, No. 15 Broad street, Cltarleston.'S. C., with?
in twenty days after the service or this summons
on you, exclusive o? ihe day or aervlce.
Kyou rail to answer this complaint within thc
time aforesaid, the Plaintiffs will take Judgment
against you for the sum or five hundred and
forty-one 25 100 dollars, with interest from the 4th
day or April, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-one. and costs.
Dated April to, 1871.
SIMONTON Sc BARKER,
Plaint ids' Attorneys.
To the Derendant, I GOUDKOP: Take notice,
that the summons in this action, ol which the
foregoing (s a copy, was tiled lu the office or the
Clerk of the Court or Common Pleas at Charles?
ton, In the County or Charleston, lu the State or
South Catollna, on the loth day or April. 1871.
SIMON I ON A BARKER,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys, No. 15 Broad street,
aprtl-tw.6 Charleston. S. C.
.EST MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the GEN1TO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest seien
tille treatment by placing themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA. otllce No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postoillce.
pSr GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable.compound contains no opium, laud?
anum, paregoric, or oilier nu?dyue, aud will not
nia>?8acre the Innocenta like the ''.soothingsyrups"
so much In vogue. Thc GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL Is harmless, and ls re : mmendod hy all
our beat physicians. It ls to bc had or the manu
facturer, Da EL BARR,
No. 131 Meeting street.
And or all Druggists. nprtlS-siuih
pB~ HEADACHE, LANGUOR AND
melancholy generally spring from a Disordered
Stomach, Costiveness, ur a Torpid Liver. Each
may readily bc unloved by Dr. D. JAYNE'S SAN?
ATIVE PILLS, a few doses ol which will be fouud
to stimulate the Liver and stomach to healthy ac?
tion, rcmovluir all Biliousucss. and producing
r?gulai- evacuations of the bowels. Sold by all
Druggists, and by GOODRICH, WIN KM AN A CO.,
Charleston. S. C. mai?o-thfltu
PS- WARRANTED INFALLIBLE
TIME DOKS NOT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY.
MILLINGS'S COMPOUND BUG DESTROYER, pre?
pared only by K. C. MILLINGS, No. 414 King
street, and sold by Druggists and the trade in
general. In pint bottles at Fifty Gents each.
Liberal inducements offered to dealers by ap?
plying to EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, ?'hurles'on, S. C.
pS" BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A .splendid preparation. Completely superseding
the use of all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
? y Druggists. JNO. C. 15 IKE li & CO., Philadel?
A full stipply on hand hy
?R. II. fl A ER.
fohT-'.uthstimos No. 131 Meelina; street.
pm- M ANHOOD-134TU EDITION
corrected and rcvUed by fte a-ithor, E. de F. Car
tis, Ductor of Medicine, member of the Itoyul Col?
lege or Surgeons, England; Licentiate of the Col?
lege or Ph ; siclans, Edinburgh; Honorary Member
Faculte de Medicine, Paris, Ac, Ac., Ac.-A
Medical Essay on thc cause and cure or Prema?
ture decline lu Man, showing how hea th ls lost
and how regained, lt gives a clear synopsis of the
impediments to Marriage, the treatment of Ner?
vous and Physical Debility, Sterility. Ac. whether
broughton by early abuse or excess, and ihe rem?
edies therefor-the result of twenty years success?
Price 50 cents by mall. Address thc author, Dr.
CURTIS, No. a Tremont Place, Boston, Mass,
FOR YOUNG MUN on great SuCUL EVILS AND
ABUSES which interf?re willi MARRIAGE-with
sure meaus of relief for ihe Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and denllltaied. .sen:- rr-e, in meal?
ed envelopes. Address HO WA KD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
fm*. THE STATE OF SOUTH C?RO
LlNA^REAUPORT. CO??EtT.-Court of Common
Plew, second circuit.-JOHN H. SCREVEN,
Guardian of HARRIET A. GADSDEN, Plaintiff,
against FREDERICK LANGEALLE, as Heir at
Lav.- of DAVID M. LANGBALLE, Deceased, De
fendant.-Summons for Relief.
To the Defendant above mentioned: Yon are
hereby reqnlred and summoned to answer toe
complaint in this action, of which a copy was
fl'ed In the office of ihe Clerk cf the Court of
Common Pleas for the County of Beaufort, In the
State aforesaid, on the ninth day of May, 1871,
and to serve a? copy of your answer on the sub?
scribers, at their office, In Beaufort, South Caro?
lina, within twenty days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusivo of the day of ser?
vice. If you fail to answer the complaint within
that time, the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the comp'aint.
Dated Beaufort, May 9th, 187L
,. BELL k BARNWELL,
To the D:fendant, FREDERICK LANGBALLE:
Take notice that the summons in this action, or
which the foregoing is a copy, with complaint. an?
nexed, was flied in the Office of the Clerk or the
Court or Common Pleas,for the County of Beaufort,
in the State aforesaid, on the 9tb day of May, 1871.
Tee object of said action ls the Foreclosure of a
Mortgage of Real Properly, In this State, executed
"by DAVID M. LANGBALLE to the Plaintiff, on
the llth day of July, ISM.
Dated Beaufort, So. Ca., May 9th, 1871.
BELL k BARNWELL,
?S~ READ CAREFULLY.
The only preventive known for Chilis and Fever
ls- the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
; "WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a <preveutlve or CMII3 and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
is good for all Kidney and Balder Complaints
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the Work', by Physicians in their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Gout.
WOT FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
I s good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
is recommended by ali the Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Colic and pain in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is imitated and counterfeited, and purohasers will
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to call thc attention ur tue reader to
testimonials in favor of the Schnapps:
1 feel bound to say that I regard your SCHNAPPS
as being In every respect pre eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events.lt
la the purest possible article of Hollund gin, here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LorisviLLB, Ky., September l.
I feel that we have now an article of gin suit,
able for such cases as that remedy is adapted to.
Dr.. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Sehuapps" ls a remedy in chronic cata rr hal
I take great pleasure in bearing-highly credit?
able testimony to Its efficacy a.3 a remedial agent
tn the diseases Ipr which you recommend it.
Having a natural Tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree of stimulation, I re
gird lt us one of the most important remedies in
chronic catarrlial affections, particularly those of
the genlto-uriuary apparatus. With much re?
spect, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York!
No. '26 PINS STREET, ST, Y.. Nov. 21,1S67.
UDOLPBO WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAR SIR-I
have nude a chemical examination ol a sample
ut your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the Inteut ol
determining if any foreign or Injurious substance
had been added to the simple distilled .spirits.
The examination has resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained uo poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures! I have been unable lo discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which
are sometimes employed lu the adulteration ol
liquors. I would not hesitate to use myself, nor
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the '-Schiedam Schnapps" as au excellent aud
unobjectionable variety of gin? Very respectfully
yours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SISELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY-, )
IS EXOUA.-.UK I'LACR, X. V., Nov. 26. ist)7. J
UnoLrno WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The ande
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample ol your "Aromatic Schledap Scliapps."
selected by ourselves, and have found Hie same
free from all organic or Inorganic substances,
more or less Injurious to heall h. From jue result
of our examination we consider the article one of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
effectua: lu its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TIUPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale qy ail respect able Grocers and Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
luar2l-3nios No. 2S BEA VE lt STREET. N. Y.
BO \EDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
cun ba accomm)daied with good board
and pleasant ronni-, on mod orate terms, by an
pivi:itr ?vt No. 12 Wuiuwirtli street. m:iyld
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Aoply ot Board or Trade
Koonin, No. Itu Me-tlug street. novlO-tu
I710H SALE, SEVERAL SEWING HA?
JJ CHINES, of good quauty. which are offered
heap. Call tit No. -?7 yu?-n street, between
..li-eiing and Church streeis._febl4
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS .AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Taper Cutler, win he sohl low tor cash. Is nearly
new, cuts cs inches, and has au extra knife. No
charge for package. Price no. Apply at TUE
NEWS Joli office. . marri
MADAME LUZtBft, PARISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 2.38 KING
M'KKKT, east tilde, between Market and Hasel
VrOTICE.-T H E "EQUITABLE LIFE
Ll ASSURANCE SOCIETY," of Ney York, have
removed from No. Ul Moitun: street to their
lew Otllce. No. -JO BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
?ebl? Ornerai Agent,
1845 PUK EL V MU CUAL. Ys?i
NEW YORK LIFE
18 4 5.Organize d.1 649
General Ageut, No. 54 Broad street.
panos, (Drgans, &z.
HARLES L. . McCLE NAHAN,
NO. 101 KING STREET,
Importer and Dealer lu
PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS, SHEEP *".SlU,
STRINGS. Ac. ic.
?*- Tuning and Repairing promptly attended
to ny tl EN RY YOONG. marSS-tatusStnas
A FULL ASSORTMENT inst received ny
DR. H. BA ER,
jnly? No 131 Melius: street.
escort the Metropolitan steam Fire ? agtne
Company, of savannah, Ga., will meet at can
nonsboro' Bridge, Calhoun street, at 4 Fl M.:
Ptrosuix, .Etna, Pioneer, .Young America, s tone?
wall, Marlon, and Tr udk Ko. 1, under commt nd or
Presidents W. A. KELLY and E. WALLIS.
The following Delegation to escort the Indepen?
dent Steam Engine Company, or Columbia, S. C.,
will meet at Citadel Square, at half-paste ?*. M.:
Eagle, Washington, German, Hope, Palmetto,
Vigilant, and Truck No. 2.
M. H. NATHAM )
B. M. ALEXANDER, i Committee : I
c. p. AiMAR, y or A
F. L. O'NEILL, Arrangements.
B. M. STR'JBEL, J
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-You are hereby summoned lo as?
semble at your Engine House, TO-MORROW (Wed?
nesday) MORNING, the 17th Instant, in tull uni?
form, at hair-pas: 6 o'clock, to participate In the
By order of the President.
ARTHUR M. 'COHEN,
mayl6_Secretary E. S. F. B. (Jo.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AXMEN.-Assemble at you : En?
gine House TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORLING,
at half-past 6 o'clock precisely for Exercise Pa?
rade. By order President SMYTHS.
mayie_J. W. McKENRY, Secretary.
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
Yon are hereby summoned to attend at
Engine-House, State street, TO-MORROW, the 17th
Instant, at 7 o'clock A. M., for Parade ot Steam
Fire Department. By order.
mayia_E. G. CHUPEIN. Secretary.
.pERMAN STEAM FIRB ENGINE COM
V3T. PANY.-Yon.are hereby summoned to ap?
pear at your Engine-House, on the morning of
WEDNESDAY, th? 17th instant, at 7 o'clock, lu full
uniform (white pants, gloves and caps) for Parade.
Every member ls requested to appear.
By order or the President.
inayls-2 MAX BELITZER, Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
You are hereby summoned to appear r?.t the
Engine House TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MOUSING.
I Tr ti instant, at 7 o'clock precisely, in foil uni?
form, (white pants,) for participation in the Fire?
By order President BOTST.
mayie WM. G. MILLER, Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.-You are hereby ordered
to appear ac the Truck-House, Wentworth street,
TO-MORROW, the 17n Instant, at half-past 7
o'clock precisely, in full uniform, for Escort
By order Foreman J. C. LACOSTE.
may 18 EDWARD MAGUIRE. Secretary.
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION
An Extra Meeting or this Society will be
held at the widow's Home, In Broad street, THIS
(Tuesday) Arran*>oos, at s o'clock._may is
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLOB.
The Regular Monthly Meeting or the Club
will be held Tnis (Tuesday) EVKNINO, lStti imitant,
at your Hat), ac precisely 8 o'clock. A full atten?
dance is earnestly requested. Managers of the
last performance wll please bring In the admis?
sion Tickets collected.
N. B.-Come prepared with arrears.
By order. D. WEISKOPi".
may 16-* ? Secretary and Treasurer.
PROMPTITUDE FIRE ENGINE (JOM
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at-'
tend an Extra Meeting, ot your Compauy ac Mili?
tary Hall, Tins (Tuesday) Ev? isa, at 8 o'clock.
By order or tue Presl tent,
mayie-* R. W. BROWN, Secretary.
W" ANTED, TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
with Pantry?,-near Wentworth and King
Biieets. Address Glass Box, No. 107. may 16-1*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO C 0*0 K ,
wash and make herself generally useful.
Ap?Uv in Thomas street, one door from'Radcliffe.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and assist lu washing. Mast be
well recommended. Apply corner Charlotta and
Meet mg streets. _maylf>-8*
WANTED TO RENT, IN THE SOUTH?
ERN or .v 3s ter II part of the city, a house
with eight or ten equare rooms-for which a
prompt paying tenant can be had on application
to this ellice._ may .6-2
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY
.at No. 65 King acreet. maytd-l* .
WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED COLOR?
ED Woman, without children, to cook
and assist in the washing for a small family. Re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 18 Rut?
ledge street. m yl?-1*
WANTED, AN A 1 COOK. RECOM?
MENDATIONS required. Apply to A M
JACKSON, No. 33 Montague street. may 16 3
WANTED, A GOOD NURSE. APPLY
at No. 6 Church street, near the Bat tory.
. maylO 1_
AYOUNG LADY IN THE COUNTRY
wishes a situation as Companion or House?
keeper In the city or country. For termi, und
"other particulars, address "B," DAILY NEWS
WANTEp TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenanc, a neat and pleas?
antly Rltiutcd dwelhnu, containing not lesfi than
?our square rooms. The western part or the city,
or the neighborhood of the Battery preferred. Ad
dr^as, statine location and lowest rent, "Tenant."
omet) or mi NEWS. - aoris
_ Ri"*. :.;
TO KENT, A PART OF ? HOUSE ON
Rutledge Avenue, with or without Kitchen
aud servants' rooms. Apply at this oiilce.
TO RENT, A FINE STEINWAY PlaNO,
in eood order. Apply ar. No. 309 East Bay.
None but a carefol person need apply, mayie-3*
TO RKNT, TWO OR MORE ROOMS,
conveniently arranged, with pantry, piazza,
cistern, In a private family. Kir. hen ir required.
Terms low. A id ress B., Post?me^.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE. No. ?o Smith street Possession
given immediately. Apply at No. 6 Liberty street.
. ma vi 6-2?_
TO RENT, THAT VERY DESIRABLE
and handsome Residence, the prop nv of
Major R. C. GILCHRIST, In Rutledge av-nue,
will ne rented tu an appr >>ed tenant for six or
twelve months. Poss-sslon elven Immediately;
1 quire ot CHARLES P. FRAZER. Real ^tatc
B rt i ker. No 08 road street._ma.vl6-tuth*8
TO RENT, THE WHOLE OR PART OF
au elegant and commodious R?/ddeuce, in
lue western part Olcue eley, having a One , ar<i<-n
attached, and all necessary outbuildings. Pos?
session Elven Immediately. Apply co G. N. BER?
ROOMS TO RENT, ON FIRST FLOOR,
to parties with jut children. Apply at No.
12 Plebe sireer. . m av 12-4?
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT AIKEN,
I o LET for the summer, at moderate rent,
l eaches and Grapes Tor family use Supplied
gratis. Address J. C. JSRBY, Aiken, S. C.
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the To .va or Andersju, S. C.-a beautiful
Co1 tage, containing.six rooms, partially furnished.
The garden ls in a high state of cultivation and
the surroundings all that can bc desired foe sum?
mer comfort atid pi"asure. From May ;o October
there ls not a more agreeable locality in .South
Can41 na. Apply to t. G. DE FONTAINE, at the
Mills House, or tn M., H ix loo, Audersou, s. C.
?nigs, Oliemicalo, &c.
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS,
By DR. H. BAER,
m a yl?_No. 131 Meeting street.
Helmbold's Rose Watti
Heraboid'd Catawba Grap-.? Pills.
For sale by DR. H. BAF.R,
may 15_No. 131 Meering street.
Just, received a fine assortment
Toilet spoil re
Surgeon's Sponge, Ac, tc.
For sale hy Da. H. BALR,
m ivis_No. 131 Meeting .si met.
U O T H ? R S !
For your Children, use none other chan '.he
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
MU comans no Anodyne. For sale hy the
anuracturer, DR. H. BABB,
And also tobe had at all Drug Mores
J^R. RING'S PJLE REMED'??
For sale ay DR.H. BAER.
_ ?j\qB0TS, Ut.
jg ACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS
25 lura's, .strictly primeo. R. SIDES AND sSJDULD
10 hilda. Rib Sides
20 boxes prime D. a c. R. Sides.
Just received and Tor sAle by
mayie-tnth2 LAUREi A- ALEXANDER.
?pRIME N. B. HAT LANDING.
160 bales PRIME N. R. HAY, ex Steamer Cham?
pion, on Adger's Wharf.
Por sale by JOHN CAMPSEN * CO.
mayl6-2 ? - + ?_
700 bbli. Fine, Extraand Family FK)UR.
For sale by T. J. KERR & CO.
glMOKED BEEF AND TONGUES,
Small Sized Pig Hams,
Oregon Salmon, Fresh and Pickled,
Choice New May Batter.
Jost received by w. H. WELCH,
Family Grocer, '
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market, streets.
jj^AllOoods delivered free. ?"' mayl8
FOR PURE TEAS,
? GO TO WILSON'S.
FOR THE BEST TEAS, . <
FOR PURE GROUND COFFEE,
00 TO WILSON'S.
TO SEE THE NEATEST STORE IN THE CITY,
GO TO WILSON'S.
HAVE YOU TRIED MY DOLLAR TE> ?
FOR SALE AT WILSON'S!
. No. 306 KING STREET.
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE
STRIOTLY OHOICE TABLE BUTTER,
A SPECIALTY AT WILSON'S.
BUTTER KEPT ON ICE
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING GOODS
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
WILSON'S, No. 306 KING STREET, .
BETWEEN'WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY S TS.
^-AGENER 4 MONSEES^
No?. 163 AND IBS EAST BAY AND NOS. 2 AND 4
Havo in Store and receiving dally a large as*
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting in part ol :
BACON, HAMS, PORK, BEEF, MACKEREL, MO
SASSES, FLOUR, SUGAR, LA KD, SALT, SOAP,
AILS, COFFEE, TEAS', AC, Aa
WAGENER & MONSEES *
Continually have in Store a large and well se?
lected assortment of
delivered free of cartage to vessels.
WAGENER & MONSEES,
Agents for Isodor, Bush & Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
SPARKLING GRAND DUCHESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and have tn store,
CHOICE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE,
in sixty gallon casks and demijohns. These Wines
are equal to any imported Wines In every respect.
L 0 0
FUR THE SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST ARRIVED AT
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 398 King street,
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a" large lot of that very superior YOUNG
HYSON TEA, which delights all Tea connoisseurs
who have ever tried lt, and which I seil at tu. low
price of $1 50 per pound. This Tea ls guaranteed,
and I am willing to re rund the mou ey to any pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot or CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES]
AND FISH, of the most approved brands, which
will ne sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Lagoayra snd Java
Coffees, fresh every day. The roasting ls done
upon the premises, under my personal super?
vision. Quality and kinds guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CHINA !
Tea Sets of piala French China, 44 pieces, for $8
Tea Sets, gold band French China, 41 pieces, for
A large assortment of French China for table
ase. Also, Fancy Calna Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto cups and Saucers, Tete-a-Tete Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hard?
ware, Woodeuware, Baskets, Looking' Glasses,
and a general assortment of House Furnishing
Goods-sold twenty-ive per cent, cheaper than
Special attention paid toconutry orders, accom?
panied with cash.
All inquiries by lette, promptly answered.
No charge for packing or dellvertag to any part
of the city.
marlO-lyr ? JO BN W. LINLEY.
JJATHOR?? SPRINGS WATER
Boeeu Sc Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binningens Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, in quart Jars
Assorted French Fruits, in own Juice, put up ic.
glass stoppered decanters
French Pickle-, in fancy jars
India Currie, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, in glass puta
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, In flasks, and uengal Chutney.
E. .?. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin & Co.
janli _No. 275 King street.
NEW BUTTER IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im
4tatlou English Cheese. Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You g America Cheese, Eldam and
Sap sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Pic-led Ox Tongues.
Dutneld's, American, Whestphalla, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
jami No. 275 King street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
CHAMPAGNE ALES '
CHAMPAGNE Ol DER.
E. Et BEDFORD,
anil No. -75 King street.