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Meetings This Day.
Pioneer Fire Conipany, at 8 P. M. -
Sans Souci Clnb, at 8 P. M.
Washington Lodge.at s P. ill.
Auction Sales TM* Day.
Leitch ? Bruns will sell at 8 P. II., at
at the store of W. G. Whilden * Co , jewelry, sil?
Lauroy & Alexander will seil at 10 o'clock, at
their store, strips, shoulders, Ac
John G. Milo ir A co. win sell at half-past io
o'clock, at their store, clothing, hats and caps. Ac.
A. Ii. Abrahams A Sons, will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, snramer cloths, casslmer?-, Ac.
Macqueen A Riecke will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
atore, hams, shoulders, Ac.
Tiedeman.Calder A Co. wt'.; sell at three-quarters
past 9 o'clock, at their store, butter, hams. Ac
Lowndes A Grtmball will sell at io o'cloc'., at
. their office, pew In St. Philip's Chureh,
K. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at half-past io
o'clock, at their office, a thoroughbred stallion.
THE QUARTERLIES.-From John Russell's,
King street, we have the April Issues of the Edin?
burgh Review and the British Quarterly Review.
Both numbers possess peculiar interest, Inasmuch
as they contain masterly and exhaustive papers
upon thc results of the Franco-German war and
the future of Europe.
SUPREME COURT, COLUMBIA, MAT 20.-The
court met at io A. M. Present-Chit." Justice
Moses and Associate Justices Willard and
Edward and H. 0. Klnsler, executers, vs. Mary
A. holmes et al. Mr. Melton resumed and. con
eluded bis argument for respondents. Mr. Mon?
teith was heard in reply. - .
LECTURES ox NATURAL HISTORY. -The course
of lectures usually given at this season by Pro?
fesser Holmes, at the Lyceum, will be resumed at
S o'clock P. M. to morrow. New and costly ap?
paratus has been lately added to his laboratory,
and Zantmayer's grand solar microscope will be
used for exhibitingtne wonders of the invisible
wo:id. Those young ladies and gentlemen'who
have taken or Intend to take tickets should se?
cure their seats without-delay. Advanced classes
in schools taking fifteen tickets will be allowed a
THE CENTURY PLANT.-The students of
?ature, and the citizens generally, who may take
au interest in botanical studies, may now see, tn
great perfection, at the residence of George W.
Witte, Esq., corner of Laurens and Wall streets,
a century plant well worth notice. It has reach?
ed a height of about twenty feet, bas thrown off
numerous arm?, and .has apparently nearly at?
tained Its flowering condition. As specimens of
this vegetable curiosity can only be noticed in all
Us beauty at long intervals, the present opportu?
nity-ta observe cae plant in its richest develop- J
ment should not be omitted.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.-Yesterday morning
a colored woman, wno attracted attention by her
wild appearance, was seen making her way from
Elliott street down to the wha f opposite. Ar?
riving at the edge of the wharf and before any one
could anticipate her purpose, she leaped uno the
dock and the water closed over her. The shock
deemed to revive her attachment to this world,
sud upon rising to the surface she splashed
around with much energy. She was aeon after
fished out by the people on tne wharf and went
her way. When asked what was the matter,
Just before taktng the plunge, she replied "Tom
was gone and she did not care about Btay lng."
Nobody knew Tom.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-Yesterday morning?
while a number or boys were playing in Elizabeth
street, opposite Chapel, a dray driven by a white
drayman came.rapidly down the street. One of
the boys was too slow or careless in getting out
of the way, ami the wheel at the -4ray passed
over bis root, cmshmg lt badly, ''the screams or
the sufferer soon attraoted attention, and. stop?
ping his dray, tue driver assisted rn tating the
boy into Mr. Albert Flncken's store, near by,
where the wound was dressed The foot was
bloody and swollen, making a painful and ugly
looking mash. Several of the bones lo the toes
are thought io be broken. The wounded boy was
soon after taken home, where, with medical as
sistance, he ls doing &? well as possible.
A PRACTICAL JTJEK.-James Fraser, Henry
Fisher, Scott Davis and Lewis Davis, aUculofed,.
were brought before Trial Justice Mack? y yest er.
day afternoon, and tried on the charge of assault
and battery upon a colored man. The prosecutor
was a greenhorn, who had been woiktngon Ven?
due Rauge Tor two days previous, and had gone
down to work in the.morning. Daring ihe day
tri fell asleep on a barrel, and the otuer hands had
?tied him to his-couch, 'prepared him. for a thrash?
ing, and adm luster ed a sound one with a barrel
hoop. The prisoners pleaded that it was in joke,
out this aid not, satis;j the law,' and the, three
1. st were found guilty aud sentenced to pay ten
cents and costs, er go to jail for ten days. Fraser
was discharged, there being no evidence to show
that he had "taken a hand" In the matter.
"Nsw PUBLICATIONS.-From the presses of
E.twant Perrv. No. 149 Meeting streei. we Uavo a
new and evi *ly carefully prepare*! vade me
eum for the housewife, in the shape of a manual
of "Modern Domestic Cookery." The intrinsic
merits of t he thousand and one classified receipts
contained In. its pages, apart from the considera?
tion that the author is a Carolina ladv. (Miss
Theresa C. Brown, of Anderson, S. C..) make the
book a desideratum in every Southern lamlly. -
The ?ame publisher sends us the proceedings of
the Grand Lodge, I. O. 0. F., bf South Carolina, a
neatly printed pamphlet. ?
Walker, Evans A OogsweU have i&suad a very
tasteful and elaborately gotten up illustrated cata?
logue of their stationery department.
UNITED STATES COURT, MONDAY, MAY 22
HON. GBORQE S. BRYAN, PKBSIDINO.-Tue peiltlou
or Hill A Morrill to set .up the lieu or a mor1 g ipe
in the matter or Leander A. Bigger, bankrupt* was
referred to Registrar Carpenter to report the
The petitions of tue Homestead Loan and Build?
ing Association, la the mai ter or w. G. Wauden
A Co., bankrupts four ln.uumber, and that of the
Homestead Loan and Building" Associa; lon lu ike
matter of Stephen Thomas. Jr.. bankrupt, to set
up liens, were similarly disposed of.
The United States vs. T. A. Beckett. Assuraps it
for supplies furnished the defendant f >r p aat-'
$lng purposes through the Freedmen's Bureau.
Verdict for thc plaintiff for $W0 77. without In?
The account or the assignee, J. M. Baxter, in the
matter or the Laurens Railroad Company, bank?
rupts, for costs and charges amoun ; lng to $1166
41, was ordered to be p id.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Thomas Griffin, lound
lying at the corner of S'ate and Market streets in
a state of'lntoxlcation, was brought to the Guard?
house in the city wagon, aud sent to the .ouse of
Correction for thlrjy days as a vagrant.
Edward Audersou, .adged for stealing a pair of
sq oes from Messrs. D. O'Neill A Son. Klug street,
was turued over tb a trial ju-tlcc.
William Hicks, arrested for raising a disturb*
ance in Meeting street, near t'eorge, was sentenc?
ed to pay a due of $5 or go to the House of Cor?
rection for Uve days.
T. Lynch, lodged for disorderly conduct and as?
saulting William'Williams in Anson street, was
Raciia?l Mazyck, lodged for being drunk aud
* disorderly In Elli At street, was sent to the House
of Correction for ten days.
Six persous, found lying around the ci'y in an
Intoxicated state, were discharged.
T iree Muscovy dncks and a fine looking black
and ian hound dog, r -und going at arge, were
confinen in the stat lon house yard and ordered to
be td vet Used.
Two cows mund trespassing, one upon Aiken's
row and the other in Flynn's church yard, were,
taken up but released on application of the own
NEW BICE.-The first of the new crop, East
India (Rangoon) has been received la yew York
via Suez-Canal, and sold at $3 TO, gold, in bond.
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DIED FROM HIS INJURIES.-Henry D. Gerken,
the youtl. who was ran over by the City Railway
cars last week, died last night from the effects of '
the injuries received.
THE CHARLESTON FOR NEW YORK.-This
swirt passenger steamship will sall to-morrow
morning, at 10 o'clock, from Adger's wharf Her
cabins are already engagea fud, and passengers
are requited to be punctual. Bills of lai.ing
should b? handed In by s o'clock this evening for
signature, at the steamship ofllce, Union wharves.
UNDER -FALSE,COLORS.-George Robinson,
a colored youth of about is summers, wa9 ar?
rested on Monday night in Meeting street, near
Calhoun, arrayed In all the habiliments of a
colored belle. B :ing brongiit before the Mayor
he pleaded tnat his mother had made him as?
sume this garb to keep hi n at home. This
excuse di l not prove satisfactory, and the prison?
er was sent to tho House of Correction for thirty
PICNIC OF THE GERMANIA BUND.-The grassy
walks and cool shades of Mount Pleasant ara
once more to be cal.ed into requisition, and will
be enlivened to-morrow with the flrst annual pic?
nic of tho Germania Bnn.? The conveniences of
the Mount Pleasant House are too well known to
need comment, and, with th? fine hall for dancing,
the bowing alleys, and other amusements, the
members of the bund cannot fail to enjoy thc
pleasantest of holidays. The steamer will leave
the wharr at the foot of Market street, at io A. M.,
and 1, 3 and 5.30 P. M. The last" return trip will
be at io o'clock In the evening.
MILITARY MOVEMENTS.-The Columbia Union
of yesterday publishes the following:
Cimpa iy F. 18th Infantry, Captain T. J. Lloyd
commanding, have been ordered to take post at
Sumter, und are expected to leave today.
Company t), 2d infantry, Captain Fauicfc, bave
been ordered io tn.a post, from Huntsville, Ala?
bama, and are expect d to arrive to-day. .
The order relieving Lieutenant John Auderson,
as post quartermaster, we hear has been revoked,
and Lieutenant Anderson ha? beeu appointed
depot commissary in addition tu his oiber dip les,
this post having been made a depot of supplies
for all rho iroopskjtbe State, except those sta?
tioned in Charleston.*
It ls thought tne rernairilns* companies of the
7th Cavalry will alsn-arrive at this post.
THIEVES CAPTURED.- Toby Williams, an old
offender, was arrested early yesterday morning
with several fowls in a Lag. On his way to the
- Guardhouse, he confessed to having stolen them
from a yard near the Northeastern Railroad, aud
to have put them in the bag to prevent turra
making toy noi-c.
Wilson Henry was arrested for stealing a case
or tobacco from the sloop Maggie Dclany, lying nt
South At antic wharf, on Tnursday last. The to-'
bacco ru.u been couveyed to a residence la
smith laue, and Wilson was taken up while of?
fering lt foe sale. Both of the offenders were
turned o'-er to a trial Justice.
THE FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN CAMPSE** took
place ye terday afternoon at the German Luthe?
ran Church, corner of Hasel and Anson streets,
and was largely attended by the friends and rela?
tives of tie deceased, and bis brother members of
the Bruderlicher bu nd, the German Society, the
German friendly Society and the Freundschalts
bund. Tue church was wei! rilled, and the chaste
decoratlc ns.of eve-greehaand white flowers which
had been arranged for the confirmation of the
preceding day, afforded a striking and solemn
contrast to the mournful features of the occasion.
The services were conducted by Mr. Maller, the
reverend pastor of the ohurch, who delivered an
impressive address on the character and life of
the lamented deceased. A large escort of carri?
ages followed the body to the German bnrlal
ground at Magnolia, where lt was Interred in the
family burying lot
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF.-Saturday afternoon
when the steamship Cnamplon steamed out of
the dock, on her departure for New York, the
event wiis announced by the firing of the small
cannon < n the bow. This hos always been the
custom cn the line, but came very near being ax
tended with serious consequences ou the evenlrfg
in question. lu addition to the harmless cha.ge
of powde r, some thoughtless or evil-minded per?
son had pushed an irou bolt down the .nuzzle,
and, as t ae piece was discharged,-lt went hurt?
ling through thc air o cr the ci'y In a way
strangely suggestive of the days when Gilmore
occupied Mon .s island. The dangerous missile
fell In thu yard cf Messrs. O'Neill A Bowen, black?
smiths, No. 22 Anson street. There were two
workmen In the yard when the report of the fare?
well gun was heard, and a moment after they
heard the rushing of thc bolt, whlcn burled itself
deeply In the earth, scattering the caius and rub?
bish in ?very direction. Gue of the men was
dressed lor a promenade, and was walklug across
the yard when the bolt struck a few feet directly
In front of him. The b lt was afterwards dug up
and taken to the Gnirdhouse, where -Roan now
be seen.. It ls about fl ve and a half Inch -St long,
an Inch a nd a quarter In diameter, with a square
head. H seems tobe the half of a coupling bolt.
It was al b uckinie I with powder, and looks quke
wicked und brtmstony. .
Hotel Arrivals-May 33.
Hamermaiw- Chattanooga; T. LeRov Wilson,
Buford's Bridge, s..? : ttr?dopec, .Soucii Carolina;
W. Izycaanskl, C?.'arnnt?; Capt itu J. Hett,
B. Wilkinson. H ahn/ Springs, Va.; 0. E. Jor?
dan, Aiken; J. R. Hull ?ck. Urs. Bullock and nnr.se,
Rhode Is and; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boyd, Miss M. S.
Bord. Master A. S. Boyd Now York; Miss Erskine.
M ES Peters, Georgia; Ml<s Quintan!, Tennessee;
R. Peters. Jr., Goorala; J- H- Bnckhaiter, south
Carolina Railroad; J. J. Patterson, Master W. H.
Pa terso i, S. M. Patters rn, Columbia; J. L
Neagle. Waster Hancock. Plckens. S; C.; Captain
W. Allan, British sa.o Damio; G. M. Wells, Bull
River; J. P. McNa uara. Orangebarg.
T.H.Walters. Nev York; IL Underwood, wife
and daughter, 0. Underwood and wife, Boa ron;
Miss Jennie Underwood, .Miss Mary Underwood,
Miss Ke.te Underwood, Master Ohar.es Under?
wood. N ;w York; B. T. -Brentford and wife. Miss
L. Bren ford. Miss Hullo Sreiitford, Miss Lillie
Brentford, Master Charles Brentford, Mrs. C.
Brentford, Connecticut; vliss Lynch, Edward
Underwood, Miss KU-n-Underwood, Miss Ada Un?
derwood, Miss Anna Underwood, Bos'o.i; M. W.
Howie, Florida; George H. Ileekatd. New York;
J. Btumeotiial, Florida; J. A. Pow, Jersey Cit,; P.
Decker, savana rn; J mies Fire, Philadelphia; L.
W. Burns, Steamer Hancox.
ft ir a i JV n s a yo f i v x a.
REMOVAL.-Mr. Edward Lowndes, stock
broker, acs removed his office from the corner of
Broad and state streets tu No. 33 Broad street.
MESSHS. STOLL, WKBB fi Co. have just open?
ed alarte lot of white goods, gents underwear
and linen goo is, wnlch mey are prepared to sell
ns cheap as any hoa>e lu rho city. Au examina?
tion ls desired.
MOTE ERS, READ THIS.-Children's Copper
Tip Shoes, 6's to 12's, ali leather, foi only 85 cents,
at the .
STAR SHOE HOUSE, NO. 442 King street,
mayi-.-cn.stu6 W. 0. Chapman A Co.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET.! ! !-Im?
mense reduction tn price I The largest Field
croquet, at $4. * .v,
HA?KL STREBT BAZAAR AND No.'iei KINO ST.
THE ATTENTION OK WATCQ-BUTKBS is called
to our large stock or Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have beeu long known throughout thc
United States as the best and cheapest In thc
market. All Watches goairanteed.
W. CARRINI?TON A CO.,
mani Na Sco-King street
BILL HEADS pnnte.u oa .me paper at $3, $4,
$5,40 io sud $8 60 per thousand, according to
?lze, at THE NEWS Job Office.
Boots; Srjrxes, Sit.
Q. ET THE BEST!
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at ' '
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes tbem to order, In any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, Ol all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strinzs and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment,
cali ano examine specimens.
may22 _No. 41 Broad street.
J?OOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving -als day per steamships Georgia,
irom New York, Fall River, irom Philadelphia,
assorted invoices of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES,
in U'idltlun to the choice selection alwa,? in
stock 1 keep those CABL'? SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheao at EDWARD DALY'S,
. mar22 _No. 121 Meeting street.
By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia this
day I am receiving a fresa bupplyoi those Gent's
Hand-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I have the
same for Boys and Gents.
mar?t_No. 121 Meeting street.
rjfO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please Inform the numerous readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
t he Shoe or the Future, is a success. To supply
the demauds'of the Trade, another invoice to day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mar22_No. 121 Meeting street.
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
For. Wet Weather, For Dry Weather,
ForYouth8, . For Age,.
For Gentlemen, For Ladies,
For i he Citv, For the Country.
For Rldiri?, For Walking,
For Fishing, For Hunting.
SOLD UV DEALERS EVERYWHEKE,
See that every one bears the Patent Stamp,
S I) iris ano irnrmsning Qjiooos.
^ THE PLACE FOR LOW PRICES.
Fit, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
* STAR SHIRTS.
? Latest New York and London Cuts.
Order your shirts now, before the hot
STAR SHIRTS. |
Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders aud Ready-Made.
-g. STAR SHIRTS. . p
At less price than any other tirst class*
. STAR SHIRTS.
Meu's Furnishing Goods at _
T STAR SHIRTS. ?
SCOTT'S SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
S STAR SHIRTS. ' S
tailoring, JtarnisriUig ?ooos, Sit.
MENEE 4 MULLER,
No. 325 KING STREET,
Have Just, opened an entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING G00D3, Ac,
for Spring and summer.
Our Clothing ts a very large and flue selected
atock for Men, Youths and Boys, from 16 to $50
per suit. The largest portion is of Imported
goods and manufactured ny ourselves; we can,
i herefore, recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC yLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large siook of the most
ra sh lona ble Pant and Yest Patterns, which we
wdl make up ?0 order bv measure tn the latest
?ryles. The foreman iii thia department ot oar
business has no equal lu the artistic wo rid for cut
ring and producing an elegaut fit.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars. Neckties, Bo'ws.Scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchief, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low In plain figures.
Buyers in our Hire wilt Had it to their advantage
to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
ITJatcrjcs, iciDclrrj; Sit.
J^INE JEWELRY, WATCHES,-Ac.
. Particular attention is invited to.the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, jost received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET. .
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
Ad the newest and most exquisite designs in
SETS. OF PEARL. GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine. Opera, Neck and Vest' OHAINS; Seal
dlucs, Diamond Rings; -Of.nt's Pms, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
st uds. Bracelets. Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces. In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets, Charm's and Masonic
i'ms. Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KTNG 8TREET.
A few doors above Wentworth street.
DALL, BLACK ?fe CO.,
NOB. 5S0 and 587 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods arc pronounced superior in beauty
of numb, and greater lu variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware rnanufivctured.
A LABOE STOCK OP
WE DDING BILVER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
EIGHT MILES FROM SPARTANBURG C. H., S. C.
Hotel will .be opened for visitors lBt Jane, 1870.
The table will be provided with the best the coun?
try alfords. Board per month $30; per week $12;
per day $2 5?.
'Hacks ran dally to the Springs from Spartan
burg. The water ts chalybeate. Has proven effi?
cacious in curing Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia,.
Kidney Diseases, Gravel, Dropsy, Diarrhea,
Cutaneous Affections, Chill and Fever, and .many
other ills of a kindred nature. Mineral and Free?
stone Baths. . R- C. OLIVER, Proprietor,
may23-toth7?_Spartanbnrg C. H.. s. C.
-^THITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GEEENBRIER, WEST VIRGINIA.
These SPRINGS, famous for their alterative
waters and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the 1st of June. They afford accommodations for
The cars of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
run to the springs. Excursion tickets, at low
rates, will be furnished in the principal cities,
North and South.
These Springs are 2000 feet above tide-water,
and the climate In which they are situated ls al?
ways cool and Invigorating, affording entire relier
from prostrating summer heat.
Professor Rosenbergers excellent Band will be
In attendance to enliven the Lawns and Ball
Masquerade and Fancy Balls during the season,
An extensive Livery will be kept at very mode?
cn*AKGES, $3 per day. and $75 per month of 30
days. Children under io years of age and colored
servants half price; white servants according to
Pamphlets in reference to the MEDICAL value of
the water. RotJTBSto the S-rings, Ac, maybe
had free of charge at the'Charleston Hotel and at
Dr. G. W. AIMAR, corner or King and Vander
horst streets. GEO. L. PEYTON A GO.
rjlHE HEAMNG SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY VIRGINIA,
trill be opened on tbe 1st of June. They are ac?
cessible by tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad",
from Miliboto', depot, twenty-three miles, by
siages crossing the Warm Spring Mountain, and
passlrg ihe Warm and Hot Springs; or from
Coving! on depot, sixteen miles over a One* turn?
pike or easy grade, passing ld full view of the
celebrated Fa.Ung Springs, and the splendid
scenery or Jackson's River.
Board $3 per day;.$20 per week: $75 per month,
or $60 per month for two months or more. Chil?
dren nuder ten years, and colored servants, half
Telegraph otflce at the hotel.
M. H. HOUSTON, M. D., resident physician.
B. M. QUA RLES, Agent.
DUNLOP 4 MCCANCE, )
Huon W. FRY, J Proprietors.
A. Y. STORKS. ) mavs-luthslmo
BATH COUNTY, VA.
This renowned Watering Place will be opened
for the reception of Visitors JUNE 1st.
Its waters are celebrated for their curative vir?
tues in the treatment of various diseases, such as
Cbronlc Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor of the Liver.
Chronic Enlargement of the Liver or Spleen,
Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysentery, Non-Organic
Paralysis. Old Injuries, Atrocious of the Skin,
especially or Syphilitic origin, Chronic Diseases of
the Uterus, Ac.
The Baths vary lu temperature from 86? to 110?
Board $3 per day, $20 per week, $75 per month.
Telegraph Ofllee at tue Hotel. ?
Prpf. J. L. CABELL, M. D., of the University,
Va., Resident Phvslcian. '
S. C. TARDY A ?O.. I ",""ri""ko
THOS. R. PRICE A CO..} ?^etOt?,
J. A. Aua CST, Manager. Richmond, Va.
A I K EN ' HOTE L, AIKEN, S. C.
The people of Charleston and vicinity are re?
spectfully informed that'the above HOTEL will be
open during the summer of 1871 for the reception
of permanent and transient guests.
Tha rooms arc large, airy and well furnished.
House and grounds will shaded.
The tables wiU be supplied witu all the delica?
cies of the season.
Terms very moderate.
For further particulars address
CASE A LOUNSBERRY,
Geo J Livery attached to the House.
_Prcmitttrt ?onb Sab. '
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE
$100,000 to be Distributed to Shareholders.
_ ? -
FIVE DOLLARS will'purchase a Share. Including a
Work of Ari woi th FIVE-DOLLARS.
The Derby Farra Property to be distributed em?
braces the Largest- Vineyard and Orchard in thc
UNEQUALLED CLIMATE I PEACEABLE COUN?
TRY I GENEROUS SOIL !
The salubrious and heaith-glvibg climate or
Aiken has given it the name of -'Tue Saratoga of
the soutn. '
$95,000 tn Premiums ptesented to Shareholders.
$100,000 lu Real Estate and Greenback Prizes to
bedlstrlbuied to Shareholders.
94 Real Estate Prizes, worth from $300 to $25,000.
522 Greenback Prizes, from $5 to fi doo.
ONLY 19.000 SHARES WILL BE ISSUED.
ONE SHARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE WILL
, . DRAW A PRIZE.
This Real Estate Property, conveyed by Deed or
Trust tn ihe > minuit tee who are to conduct the
URAWLV u. ls to be tra s r? fred by them to the
FORTUNATE sn AI- E HOLDE Rs as soon as the re?
maining Shares are s?ld.
.The Drawing will take place according to the
TUE DAY OF THE D ii AWING
will be announced by Telegram to the Associated
A Sm ll Sum invested now may secure a For?
Every Shareholder may rest assurrerf of equal
Justice, and aha;, inls Seueme, unhke-many others,
is-FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST.?
Money received after the Books are closed will
be promptly .returned. For full particulars, as
embraced in revised pamphlet, addi ess
J. C. DERBY, General Manager,
mays Key Box No. 334. augusta, Ga.
31 em iJnblicauons.
PEO I AL BOOK* NO Tins
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We are offering great inducements to Book
buyers. The whole or oar large au l choice col
lection.of Books, consisting of:
THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
SUNDAY-SCHOOL LIBRARY BOORS.AND
have been rearranged and marked down In ac?
cordance with the reduced prices of Northern
I We utfer for the'next SIXTY DAYS the further
inducement of A LIBERAL DISCOUNT on all pur?
chases of Books amounting to FIVE DOLLAKS
and upwards- Our STOCR OF BOOKS, consists of
aU the latest aud jest ea mo us of STANDARD AND
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT
is particularly rich in good books mr the young
We have recently made large additions to our
stock of BIBLES. The prices are greatly reduced.
Weare now offerlug au unusually largo variety of
Ehjflish and American Family Ulules, Pocket
Bibles, and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at ex?
tremely low prices.
We are Special Agents for several Sunday.
School Publishing Houses, and have on ha sup?
pli?s of their publications.
All varieties of .STATIONERY, and a full assort?
ment of SCHOOL BOOKS. , ?33
Our Store ls so arranged that visitors can ex.
amine the stock at their leisure. The price of each
book is marked so SH to afford purchasers every
. #3- Persons residing in the country will please
bear lu miud that by sending their orders to us
for any books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
t he postage or express.
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KINO STREET (in the Bend,)
marl4-tuths Charleston, S. C.
ABNER'S IQ DO FORM
AND HON PILLS.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
>anl8 No. 181 Meeting street.
Bottling and ?nrmshmg ?ooii?.
l?t ESS SUITS.
c o ?i.-?L JR s
CANES ANO UMBRELLAS.
. AN ENTIRE
OP THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUTT.
J. H. LAWTON & 60.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
?raub Pri;c JBi?tribttiiott.
~? T i~c~E~r~
SOUTH CAROLINA LAN]) AND IMMIGRA?
TION GIFT CONCERTS.
E. SEBRING k CO., and JULIUS L. MOSES, No.
34 Broad street, are appointed General Agents for
'the sale of Tickets' to the PRIZE CONCERTS, to be
given by the Sooth Carolina Land and Immigra?
tion Association, /or the Counties of Dorry,
Georgetown, Charlestob, Colleton and Beaufort.'
All Canvassers already appointed must apply
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY k CO.
In view of the foregoing appointments, we beg*
leave to inform the public that we are sow pre?
pared to RECEIVE ORDERS FOR TICKETS, and
the same will b? ready for delivery In the course
of a few days.
Persons living ?elsewhere desiring Tickets may
remit us Postomce money order and stamp, and
we will send tickets to any address.
AGENTS WANTED for the Counties of Beaufort,
Colleton, Georgetown and Horry, Marlon, Marlbo?
rough, Darlington, sumter, Clarendon, Williams?
burg, Orangeburg, Barnwell ?nd Chesterfield.
Applications for Agencies-must be made to us.
Bi SEBKING k QO., 'and
J. L. MOSES,
No. 34 Broa J street,
may 19-G . Charleston, S. C.
O T I C E
In answer to many Inquiries, lt ls stated that the
SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION
Will be-conductcd as follows:
There will bc a large wheel, accepted hy a Com?
mittee of Mechanics, which WUI coutaln the num?
bers from 1 to 150,000, each and every number
plsinly printed. These numbers will be counted
oot In full by three prominent and well-known
persons, who, will put them np lu lots of 1000 euch.
They will seal ?ind swear to the quantity and num
"bert being coriect, undiT a Notary's seal. Some
prominent person'will then be selected to put
Hiern in the wheel, whlcti ?rill bo rapidly revolved
tor hair an hour
There will aUo.be a smaller wheel, which will
contain 2404 pieces or paper or tickets, each wrap?
ped up alike, and on eacu win be plainly printed
Academy or Music, lOO.ouo, 25,00u, lu.uoo, Ac, re?
presenting each and every prize to oe drawn.
These will be inspected and pla. e l In thc wheel
with the same care and lu the same manner as
those In. the larger waeel, after which the wheel
will be rapidly revolved; a number will 'hen be
drawn from the lat ne whee) by a blind or blind?
folded person, widen nunn.cr will be announced
to the ,,nd:ence distinctly, and printed upon a
black board for that purpose, so that lt may be
seen by . very on>' lu the House,
A Ticket or Prize will then be drawn In the same
manner from the - maher w? eel. which will be an?
nounced in the same way, and thc person heidi g
the number drawn from tue large whee) will be
emu red to the prize printed upou me ticket drawn
from the smaller wt eeL
Both wheels will then be revolved, and a second
number drawn irom each wheel as before. This
will be continued until all the prizes have been
drawn irom the smaller wheel.
BUTLER, CHADWICK GARY A CO.,
maylB-0 Charleston. S. C.
rpR??SES, SUPPORTERS, Ac.
just received, a large asssortment, and for salea
im. H. BAJERA
ELMEOLD'S B UCHU!
Helmboid's Rose Wash
HemboldV catawba Grape Pius.
For sale by ' DB. BL BARR,
may ii No. 131 Meeting i yoet.
Unction Sflltg-^grjjg Sap.
STRIPS, SHOULDERS AND SIDES, ON
account or all concerned.
THIS .DAY.. 23d inst,,'wtlt be sold before our
Store, at ir/o'clock, on account or all concerted.
2 boxes Prime New York S. c. STRIPS
l box Prime Shoulders
3 boxes Prime Sides. -
Damaged on passage from New York to this
MACO?EEN & RI TC KL
WILL SELL THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Stores,. Nos. 21 and 23 Ve a due
Range, at 9 o'clock A. M.,
8- tierces Canvassed ??ugar-Cured HAMS
19 tierces Sugar-Cured shoulders
3,000 pounds Bacon Shoulders
3,000 pounds rjncanva.-sed Hams
4,000 pounds Sugar-Cured Bacon Strips
l,ooo ponnds Bacon Joles
25 boxes Dry salted Shoulders
20 boxes Dry Salted L. C. Sides
2U boxes' Dry Salted S R. Middles
10 boxes Dry Salted 8. Clear Middles
10 boxes Dry Salted Cumberland*
10 hair barrels Pig Tongues
25 boxes Damaged Cheese
5 barrels Mesa Pork
6 cases-io pound tins-Lard
100 boxes Scaled Herring, AC. AC.
Terms cash. ma.r.23
By TJOBDEMAN, CALDER &CO.~
BUTTER, HAMS, STREPS, &c.
THIS DAY, at three quarters-past 9 o'c lock,
will be sold before our Store;
30 tubs Choice NEW BUTTER
15 firkins Choice New Butter
6 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams
2000 ponnds New York Strips
loo boxes Herrings
5 hhda. Shoulders.
B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TT7?LL SELL THIS DAT AT HALF-1
YT PAST io o'clock at No. 33.Broad street.
A. THOROUGHBRED STALLION, warranted
sound, and gentle In harness and under Biddle.
Sold on account of owner leaving the State.
may.3_- . . . .
By LOWNDES # URI M BALL.
PEW IN ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH AT
AUG ! ION. .
THIS DAY?at 10 o'clock, at No. 26 Broad street.
Term'- cash. Purchaser to pay for panera and
By m Y. LEITCH & R. S. BR?NS.
SALE OF JEWELRY. CR6CK3RY,
Chica, Silverware and Fancy Goods, con- j
tinue'd nightly, at Store of Messrs. W. G. Wi.eden
A CO. .
The above sale will commence THIS (Twsday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. mty23
By A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
TH IS-DAY. 23d, at 10 o'clock, will bc sold,
at our Store, No. 133 Meeting street,
An assorted STOCK OF DESIRABLE GOODS,
consisting tn part of SUMMER CLOTHS, Cassi-1
meres, Alpacas, Ginghams, Linen and Linen Drill
lng, Kentucky Jeana, Tweeds, Denims, Prints,
Checks, Stripes, Pique, Jaconets, Grenadines,
Shirt Fronts. Handkerchiefs, Lace and other
Shawls, Pants, Undershirts. Socks? Stoekinfrs and.
Gloves, with many ether articles. ._mty23
' By JOHN G. 9LTXNOR & CO.
UNRESERVED S A L E.-CLOTHING,
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps, l adles'
Straw Goods, Ribbons, Dry Goods, Ac.
THIS DAY, 23d Instant, at half past io o clock,
we will -?ell at our Store. No. 135 Meeting Btreec,
BROWN AND WHITE LINEN, Cottorade and
Jean Coats and Pants, Men's and Boys' Caps and
Hats, Ladles' Brown, Black and White ?r hades
aud Glpoles, Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 9; Trimming Ribbons,
White Pique, Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, C3lored
Lawns. White. Blue and -Pink Pavilion Uauze,
Bleached and Brown Shirting, Linen and Cotton
Drills, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ac.
Conditions cash. miy23
Hirn ?oo?rs, Sit.
FtRCfKrOTT. BENBBIGT & GO
Nos. 344 and 437 KINO ST.
BEG TO ANNOUNCE
THAT IN ORDER
TO REDUCE STOCK.
THEY ARE NOW OFFERING
ALL KINDS OF
FANCY & STAPLE
LOVER PftlfES TH1.\ EFER.
MUST BE SOLD,
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
Pianos, (Drgans, &-c.
p HARLE S ll McCLE N?TiiAN,
No. 131 KING STREET,
Importerand Dealer lu
PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS, SHEET >"7SIC,
STRINOS, Ac, AC. \
gf Tuning and Repairing promptly attended
roby HENRY YOUNO. mar2S-tutiii2tnos
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. Ts??
NEW YORK LIFE
18 4 5.Organize d,.1 845
General Agent, No. 54 Broad cu eat.
O L U M BI~?~~ HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C., -
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor or thia pleasantly located ano
?legan i ly luruishcd Establishment, at- tue Stat*
Capital, desires to lurorm the travelling public ano
others seeking accommodations, that the "CO?
LUMBIA" is iri every respect a tirsi-ciass llote:,
imsurpassed by any in the State or the Unitei
states, situated tu the buauiess ceutn: ol th
citv, with line large airy room?, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy of the aeason, boin iron
Sew York and Charleston markets, the Proprie
tor pledges tnat no etrorts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
A orst-fiasH Livery Stable 1B attached to tn?
Hotel, where vehicle? of every description can b*
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend she arrival and dep. in ure ot
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Sopenn?? mient.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprtf wim
faction .BauBr*~?iaute ?ogs.
~By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
rr R A T VS. M C B RID E .
VJT By virtue ot an order Of sale to me directed
.u this cause, l will oner for sale, at Puu'lc Auc?
tion, on TUESDAY, ?tb. June, 1871, at tie Ol?
Postoffloe, at ii o'clock, A. u,, . .
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the east side
of Smith street, In the City of Charleston, meas?
uring in front on said street forty-three 143) feet,
the same on the back lice,-and. lu depth on tao
north and south Unes one. hundred and . thirty
two (182) feet, ba the sam J more or less, with the
wooden building on the same; butting and hound?
ing south on Lands of J H. Sey ie, east on Lands
of estate ef Urs. Mary S. Seyle, and to the weat
on smith street.
. Terms-One-bair(K) cash; balance Inoneye?r*.
secured by bond of parchase'*, with interest, se?
cured by mortgage of property sold. Parchase!
to pay for papers ahd atamos.
- " " WM. J. OATER,
may23-ta3 . _ Referee.
By W. T. LEITCH A R. S, BRUNS,
ENGLART VS. ENGL ART.
By virtue or an order of sale to ms directed,
by the Hon. R. F. Graham, in this canse, I will
offer for sale at pnbllc auction, on TUESDAY, the
6th or June, 1871, at the old Postofflce, Broad
street, at ii o'clock A. M.,
AU that PIECE OF LAND, conflating or three
Lots contiguous to each other, situate on the
south side or Romney . street, between King
Btreet and the South Carolina Railroad Track, lu
the Upper Wards of the City of Charleston, meas?
uring together In front on Romney street 1M
feet, more or less, and in de o th 164 feet,
more or less, according to the present fences
and enclosures ; bounding north on Romney
street aforesaid, south on Land of the Railroad
Company, eas* on Land of Wm. Englart and west
on Land of Volmer.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In bond of the
purchaser payable In one and two years, with in?
terest payable semi-annually, and mortgage of
the premises. Parohaseirto pay. for papers and
stamps. WM. J. GAYER,
may23-ta8_;_ . , Referee.
By J. FRASER XATHEWES.
MARTIN'S POENT PLANTATION,
wm be sold on THURSDAY, sm. Jane, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
Martlo's Point PLANTATION, WadmaUwr
Island, on steamboat inland navigation, between
Charleston and Jiilsto Island, and one oft tie best
locations for a Store on the Island, containing 200
acres of High Land, of best quality for Sea Island
Coitou and Providions, and Soo acres Marsh Land*,
bounded on the north and west by. Wadmalaw
River, south by Lands of Bailey, and east by
Lands of Jenkins. Well set led, with Dwelling
outbuildings, and quarters for Laborers. The
above plac?is well known as healthy to reside on
the entire year.
Terms-Ono third cash; balance In one or two
years, secured by bond and mortgage or the
premises. Purchaser to pay me for papers and
By W. I. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SOUTH CAROLINA mSTITTJTE LOT,
east side of Meeting street, at'Auction, by or?
der of t he board or Directors. .
Will he sold on THURSDAY, the 2?th Instant, at
the Old Postofflce Broad street, at ll o'clock;'
The LOT OF LAND, situate on the east side of
Meeting street, between Cumberland and Queen
BtreetsF one door south of the: Circular Church,
and known as the Sooth Carolina Institute Lot?
measnring 80 feet on Meeting strett by iso rest In
depth. * . ?.
Terrc3 cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers and
stamps. . may 13
Auctioneers' $ ri? nie Sales, $?t.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
?o. 23 Broid Street.
IgTOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE. ..
? OTOO OLD STATS SOUTH CAROLINA SUPER
CENT. UTOJK ^
$760 Old State sonta carolina Six Per Cent.
Stock. Fire Loan, past doe- .
$1600 City savannah Seven Per Cent Bonds
$1600 Northeastern Railroad Eight Per Cent.
First Mortgage Bonds
$1600 South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent.
fjjT R CH IB A L D GET T Y~\
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NORTH ATLANTIC* WHARF. -.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 QCEEN STREET, CHAKLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thier Detecting (alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR,
: NO. 109 EAST BAY, NE AK BROAD S TB HST.
m ay ie_? _
JJ B. CARPENTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
'No. 72 BROAD S.TRBIT,
Charleston, S. C., "
WUl Practice In the suite and Federal Coarta.
JJEEVES, BROWN* VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IM ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Koo. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFKRKNCKS.- S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nfmliz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. jg East Bay. Charleston, s jj apria-amos
jyjANIFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and RaUw?y Companies, Brokers,
Reporters and Exchange Offices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD AND CARRON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN A CO., Stationers,
No. aa Pine street, New York.
P. O. Box 4748. For sale by all Stationers.
inaciiinerrj, Castings, Ut. .
STABLISH ED 1844.
PHO NIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR A CO.,
(Successors to Cameron A Co.,)
ENGINEERS, B9H,ER-MAKERS, Ac, Ac.
Corner East Eay and Pritchard streets, near the
Di y Dock,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Marine. Stationary and Portable
KICK THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting, Pulleys and Gearing
Iron Fronts 'for Buildings
Oasiioiis of every kind in Iron or Brass
Forgings ot every description.
?a- 0 narau tee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of as "001I quality and power, and at as low rates
ns cnn be nad In New York, Baltimore or PhU
luicipnia. . _
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND (STOP
VALVCS, which are pat on all Engines made at
?a- Repairs promptly attended to.