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TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1871.
THE NEWS ET MAIZ.
Persons leaving the city for the summer, or
any portion of it, may have THE DAIS.* NBWS
sent to theo: address, for such time, as they
desire, at the rate of one -dollar per month.
Orders, accompanied by the money, should be
Bent to the business office of the paper.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at |
'-No evening cotton report furnished; up?
lands was quoted on the street at 20* c.
.-In Liverpool cotton closed firm; uplands
8?d, Orleans 9jd; sales 15,000 bales.
-The London correspondents credit the
plot to assassinate the Pope, on the 19th ulti?
mo, and say it was concocted by men connect?
ed with the International in London, Florence
and Paris. Queen Victoria and all the Euro?
pean sovereigns, it ls stated, have sent letters
to the Pope, congratulating him upon his hav?
ing reached the twenty-fifth anniversary of his
reign. In reply to Queen Victoria, the Pope
sent his blessing both to her and to her fami?
ly-not knowing at the time that members of
the Commune bada purpose to take his life.
-A new inextinguishable light, possessing
some singular features, has been brought out
in England. When placed in water, or thrown
on the sea, it will Ignite immediately and
lura for the space of forty minutes, with so
vivid a flame, and so intense a brilliancy,
ft at photographs may be taken by lt, and
Small print may be read ata distance jf sev?
eral hundred feet. The chemical prepara?
tions contained In the lamp is a solid, hard
substance free from danger, and its applica?
tions for marine signals are numerous.
-The agitation in England-, caused by the
Parchas (antl-Bitnallst) judgment ls as great
as ever. The Bishop of London intimated to
id,? clergy that the responsibility ol carrying
ont the ruling of that decision is upon him as
one of the inherent burdens of his office, and
that the clergy if they accepted his ruling are
tree from all responsibility. Bere. ford Hope
points out that this Is no mora - nor less than
the doctrine of "passive obedience"- abdica?
tion of personal duty. The Bishop says the
dispute ls on matters "relatively small."
-A French paper publishes a startling re?
port that although the Mont Cenia tunnel has
"been pierced and locomotives have passed
through it, there is still some doubt as to its
being opened to travel for some time to come.
The trouble is In the ventilation of the tunnel.
The smoke evolved lrom the locomotives is
not driven out. Out of the three engine-driv
e-a who were employed on the trial trip
toronga the tunnel, two died of suffocation
and the third was restored to life with great
difficulty. The temperature of the interior is
also very high. The efforts to improve the
ventilation of the tunnel are continuing, and
smoke-consuming engines have been ordered
from England to remove the difficulty arising
. fro m that cause.
-It is estimated by the internal revenue
bureau, that the amount of beer consumed iu
each State is equal to the amount produced,
and a table showing the number of glasses of
fermented liquors consumed in each State
during the current year has bee a prepared.
From this lt appears that in New York and
New Jersey the average amount is 248 glasses
for every man, woman and child; In California
lt ls 165 glasses; in Pennsylvania, New Hamp?
shire and Nevada, 99 glasses; in Maryland and
Massachusetts, 83 glasses; in Missouri, 71
glasses; in Michigan and Nebraska, 55 glasses;
In-Iowa and District of .Columbia, 50 glasses;
Washington Territory and Idaho, 45 glasses;
Connecticut, Colorado and Wyoming Territory,
41 glasses; Indiana and Utah, 38 glasses; Ore?
gon, 35; Louisiana, 33;Bhode Island, 29; Kan?
sas, 27; Kentucky, 26; West Virginia, 16; Dela?
ware, 15; Arizona, 14; Dakota, 7; Texas 4; Ten?
nessee, Virginia and Maine, 3; Georgia and
Vermont, 2; South Carolina, Alabama, Arkan?
sas. Mississippi and North Carolina, 1 each.
-A correspondent at Hampton, Virginia,
writing of early vegetable crops, says: "Early
vegetables are produced in this country in
very large quantities. The crop of peas readi?
ly commanded, in Northern markets, from five
to seven dollars per barrel. It was pleasant
to notice on our streets the quick, elastic step
of the farmers, as they returned every morn?
ing from the postoffice with checks In their
pockets, Just lrom Baltimore, Philadelphia, or
New York, conv'nclng them that 'heir peas
had been sold for six and seven dollars per
barrel. If elastic steps and smiling counte?
nances were seen during the receipts from the
'pea crop,' one caa scarcely describe the
looks of both farmers and merchants, when
every day hundreds of barrels of potatoes
were shipped to New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, commanding $6, $7 and $8 per bar?
rel. The agent of the 'Baltimore Line' inform
ed your .correspondent that 400 barrels, day
alter day, were shipped from Old Point by this
line alone. I hear of larmers who realized
from $80 to $120 from half acres, or $160 to
$240 per acre. This may seem fabulous, but it
. -The Emperor Napoleon appears to have a
comfortable time, socially, in England. De?
spite the gossip of the Court Journal, which ?
represents him as silent and moody, stalking
about Chisel hurst in solemn meditation and
actually growing fat on his sorrows, he is now
at a cricket massti and now at a fire; and
latest of all, nianing off to London to Join
anew the Army and Navy Club. Doubtless he
ls not co^nt, but be certainly puts a brave
face on thc matter, and possibly congratulates
himself that he ls saved lrom the annoyance
of participation in the events the other side of |
the Channel. There tho court-martial la busy
sentencing to death, to the galleys and to im?
prisonment the captured Communists, and
hunting after those who are. yet in hiding.
-The Republican committees are in an Inextri?
cable wrangle over the election; and the
Government is afraid to call out the troops for
a review until lt can find some means of muz?
zling the people, who are sure to shout either
for the Empire or for another insurrection.
Altogether, though the ex-Empcror may not
be the happiest Frenchman in the world, he is
certainly not the most miserable.
-The yachts owned In the United States,
it ia estimated, have an aggregate measure
mens of thirty thousand tons, and originally
cost about $3,600.000. AstbeyachtB arensed
only about three or four months ia the year,
after the second season the dry rot begins to
attack the timbers, so that these pleasure ves?
sels depreciate-about fifteen per cent, per an?
num. Consequently, taking the yachts owned
In the United States as being on an average
three years old, their correct value is about
two million dollars. The cost ol maintaining
! a yacht var?es according to the size of the ves
i sel, and the careful or negligent management
J of the owner. The table expenses are also
heavy, and in some vessels will amount even
to $500 a week. A schooner yacht carries a
crew of not less than eight men, consist?
ing of a captain, at wages of $100 a month,
a mate at $50, a cook at $50 to $100, a stew?
ard at f 30, and four sailors at $20 each per
month, makiDg a total of $360. For a
sloop carrying a smaller crew the pay-roll
amounts to about two hundred dollars. In
addition the provisions of the crew, will cost
from $75 to $150 a month. Repairs and altera?
tions also add to the expenses, so that the
.cost of maintaining a schooner yacht can easi?
ly .be brought up to $800 per month, and ol
maintaining a sloop yacht to $425. In the
winter time yachts must be laid up at an ex?
pense at least of $100 a month, the pay of the
captain, who acts as shipkeeper. Taking all
these items into consideration, and recollect?
ing that the yachting season lasts only four
months, the annual expenses of keeping a
yacht amounts to $4000 for a schooner, and
$2500 for a sloop. The aggregate current ex-,
penses of the owners of yachts in the United'
States, lt ls estimated, amounts to $1,500,000'
per annum, of which $700,000 is appropriated
towards paying the wages of 2500 men em?
ployed on the vessels. .
The "glorious Fourth" is here again. Ey
common consent its celebration hereabouts
is to be monopolized by oar colored citizens,
who, as militia ant1, firemen, will honor the
day in fitting style. We wish them as pleas?
ant a time as the heat of the weather, tem?
pered by their patriotic ardor and martial
instincts, will allow. Mayor Pillsbury prom?
ises U3 some municipal pyrotechnics in the
evening on the Battery-a more appropriate
place, as all must admit, for a display of that
'kind than the Council Char .?t. We con?
gratulate everybody that there is to be no
speech-making-at least, there is none on
the programme, and it is to be boped that
nobody -nil attempt, in that particular, auy
variation fro.Ti the programme. We say
"let the cannon speak !" We can get along
very well, this time, without "the Oration."
The Anglo-German Question.
We have given on several occasions in this
column the successive phases of tbe little
unpleasantness between Germany anti Eng?
land, in regard to the Island of Heligoland,
which Germany wants, thinking it of great
strategic importance for the security of her
northeastern coast line. England, however,
refuses point blank to entertain any propo?
sition for the cession of this marine outpost.
This, for the present, ends the controversy.
The New York Staats Zeitung, the leading
exponent of German opinion io this country,
at the conclusion of an able article discuss?
ing this subject, remarks :
"Germany cannot at present take this island
by force, however great her desire may be to
obtain possession of Heligoland-in view of
the possibility of another war with France,
which German statesmen think among the
more certain eventualities ol the future. But
Germany will wait for the opportunity, which
will surely come, when England will need her
assistance ; and if all signs clo not deceive,
this opportunity is not ?ar off, and England
will then have to beg Germany to accept ihat
which through stupidity and short-sightedness
she now refuses."
An Idea for Hayue and Meeting Streets.
A correspondent, whose head is evidently
level, writes to TEE NEWS: "How about your
"jobbing trade? The fall trade ought to be
"particularly lively this year; but your
"Hayne and Meeting street-houses seem to
"be sedulously striving to hide their light
"ander a bushel. Not a single advertise
"ment, that I have seen, even in the Charle?
"ton papers, attests the vitality of your job?
bers-. Printers' ink, in approved shape;
"fortnightly auctions, commencing in Sep?
tember, to embrace all classes of goods,
"and other live and progressive efforts are
"certainly worth trying. The jobbers will
"find, in the end, that a 'quiet and unobtru
" 'sive' policy don't pay."
The Voyage to the Pole.
The new Arctic Expedition which sailed
from New York last week promises to be
more fruitful of information than any which
has yet ventured among the frozen and in?
hospitable regions of the Pole. Captain
Hall, at a banquet given bim just previous
to his departure, gave an.interesting account
of the dilficuities which he had encountered
during bis twelve years' experience as an
Arctic explorer. He announced bis belief in
the existence of a passage to the open Po'ar
Sea, and said that he felt hopeful of fin un g
it. He mentioned some of his efforts in lil?
ting up the present expedition, and the bard j
work which it required to put it in proper
shape He said that be had been unusually
fortunate in obtaining an excellent corps of
assistants, and a good crew for his vessel.
He intended going direct to St. John's, N.
F., and would fail from therethrough Dav?3
Straits as high as latitude 70? to Cape York,
and if possible to latitude 76? or-80?. Arter
wintering there, he expects to start in April,
1872, in search of the North Pole. The dis?
tance from his place of rendezvous to the
North Pole would be about 600 nautical
miles, or 700 statute miles. He said he de?
signed travelling over this space in sleds
drawn by Esquimaux dogs. He bad made
provisions for five or six sleds, with fifteen
dogs to each one. Each sled would be rilled
with provisions, and as fast as each load was
exhausted the empty sled would be sent back
to the starting point. The Polaris would
stop at St. John's for four days, and would
then proceed on the journey northward
The ship Supply will also leave St. John's
with 300 tons of coal and 100 tonB of provis?
ions on board, which would be taken to the
place of rendezvous of the expedition
After arriving at Uppernavik the expedition
would bid iarewell te the civilized globe.
Captain Hall said that bis instructions from
the Secretary of the Navy enabled him to
sail which way he pleased after reaching
Cape Dix. His first winter in the Arctic
Circle would be of one hundred and twenty
daj'3' duration, and his second winter would
last six months. Captain Hall said that he
felt satisfied that he would find people at
I the North Pole, from what he bad heard
from the Esquimaux. At the- close of Cap?
tain Hairs remarks, Hon. Henry H. Grinnell
presented bim'a small American Sag to take
with bim. Mr. Grinnell announced that the
flag was a noted one, ard bad passed through
perils by sea, by ice, a ; on land. It was
first used by Wilkes in Arctic.explorations in
1838, and in 1850 Lieutenant Waiker carried
lt with him on his trip to tbe Antarctic Pole.
It was also used by Lieutenant DeHaven
and by Dr. Kane in their searches for Sir
John Franklin, and afterwards by Dr. Hayes.
lu accepting it, Captain Hall said be boped
to bring it back to its owner in 1872, after
it had floated over a worid in which the north
star is the'erown jewel.
Uncle Sam's Credit.
[From the Nation.]
It was for some years apparently the belief
of Congressmen, and, we might add, of Mr.
Boutwell as well, that the credit bf the United
States in the money markets of the world was
whatever Congress pleased to enact that it
should be-that is, if Congress directed a loan
to be made, lt could fix the interest which
should be paid, os if nobody had anything to
say in the matter except the House and Senate
and President. This peculiar view of the mat?
ter long afforded food for mirth to the epicu?
reans and enemies ol progress on both sides of
the water. These hardened cynics are now,
however, requested to take notice that this
position has been abandoned. Mr. J. B. Elliott,
the well-known accountant of the Treasury
Department, has at last been directed to find
out what the credit ol the United Sutes really
is, and bas been during the past ten years, by
a series ol calculations based on the market
price of their bonds. He has accordingly gone
to work, and bas come to the conclusion that,
from 1651 to 1661, the Government was able to
borrow at lrom 3j to 5 per cent.; that In 1861
its credit was marked by 8 per cen,.; lu 1869,
by 74 per cent., and that at present its borrow?
ing power is measured by from 6 to 5 1-5 per
cent. _ _
[From the Nation.]
The Tribune seems to be beset with com?
plaints from women of the way they are ogled
and Insulted in public places, by men of vari?
ous ages, either when fullowlng lawlul callings,
such as soliciting advertisements for newspa?
pers, or when simply passing to and fro in the
streets or in public conveyances. One worn an
asks impatiently whether "they must be con?
demned to pass through the streets with their
"eyes cast down, instead of the free gaze
"which belongs to American women ?" At the
bottom of all this trouble is undoubtedly the
desire which a large number o? women feel,
not only to engage In all the occupations in
which men engage, but ns a natural conse?
quence of this, to be ireed from all the con?
ventional restraints which Immemorial usage
has Imposed on iemale speech and behavior.
These restraints have all been put In loree un?
der the Influence ol the theory that there is
such a thing as sexual passion, which power?
fully influences the conduct both of mea and
women, but particularly of men, and which,
therefore, in the interest ol purity, imposes
un one sex a certain guardedness of manner
when In the presence of the other sex, whether
In the parlor, workshop, or street. One ol the
beautiful discoveries of the new school of-so?
cial philosophers is, however, as we have re?
peatedly pointed, out, that there ls no such
thing as a natural sexual passion ; that the
feeling which passes by that name ls simply a
bad habit, somewhat like smoking and drink?
ing, which men can drop If they please, and
which, for the convenience of women, they
ought to drop, so ns to enable the two sexes
to stand towards each other on an exactly equal
looting, and without other diingerstban such
as resuit from quarrelsomeness aud cupidity.
Women could theu stare at anybody they
pleased iu the street, os they have a natural
right to do, and go ubout with men just as if
thcu were men. The working of the new doc?
trine into practice is, of course, attended with
Inconvenience ; but it ls making its way. Be?
fore long, man will gaze at woman with thc
sumo emotions with which ho gazes at a land?
scape cr a field of wheat ; while woman will
look on man as she looks ou a grain elevator
CHARLESTON.-CHARLESTON, 27TU JUNE, 1871
DIVIDEND.-The Board or Directors have Tars
DAY declared a Seml-Annuil DIVIDEND OF SIX
(0) PER CENT, on the Capitol Stock, free of Tax,
payable on and after the 31 Jnly next.
Jon23 WM. 0. BREESE, Cashier.
ph" OFFICE OP THE CHARLESTON
GASLIGHT COMPANY, JUNE 23, ?71.-The
Board or Directors of this Company having de?
clared a Dividend ol FIFTY CENTS per Share on
the Capital ?tock for the last ?Ix months, the
same will be paid to Stockholders on and after
MONDAY, 3d July.
The Transfer Books will be closed from this
date lo 3J July. W. J. HERIOT,
jun'JS Secretary and Treasurer.
pa- OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAIL
ROAD COMPANY, No. 54 BKOAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, JUNE 21,1871.-The Books for tho
Sui) cr?pticas to Stock will be opened .at thc
Otllce, No. bi Broad st. cet, oa MONDAY, 28th.
juu2l Secretary aud Treasurer.
?jar PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 27,1S71.-The Board
of Directors having declared n Seml-Anuual Divi?
dend of FIVE PKK CEN 1*. (free or Taxes) on Us
Capital Stock, the same will be paid on and after
MONDAY, the 3d ol July next.
By order. H. G. LOPER,
jar CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Douatlons nt his olllcc,
No. cs Ea*t Bay, coruer of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will coustitue a person a
member fer one year. Bluies are kept on hand
for distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
in the Held, ?.nd solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persons int- rested in the wotk or seekiug further
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
:ipr2?-cmos Treasurer C. B. s.
?ar NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from snd after the first day of March, 1871, they
will report ail their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CABDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
P.OBT. C. DBLAK?E, L. C. ?. S. C.
Columbia, February 29. is*l._ni url 1
pa* GET RID OF YOUR COLD AT
once, or you may keep on racking your lungs with
a Cough, netti atlast they are Irritated tuto a
condition ripe for the production of tubercles;
and then, Instead of a r Imple, easily cured affec?
tions, you will have to deal with Consumption.
Dr. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT will promptly cure j
all Conghs and Colds, and by imparting vigor to
the respiratory organs, enable them freely to
throw on* obstructions engendered by neglected
Colds, and heal aU sore or luflamed parts. Sold
everywhere. GOODRICH, W1NEMAN & CO.
Wholesale Agents. _julyl-atnth3
XS" THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially In
: hose who are Teething. A safe and secure reme*
dy ls all Important, and mothers will and such a
one In DR. BAER'S GERMAN SOOTHING COR?
DIAL, To be lind of all Druggists. apr24-mwf
pS- OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND^ FERRY COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, JULY lv 187L-The Board of Di?
rectors having declared'a STOCK DIVIDEND of
$3 35, and a CASH DIVIDEND Of $1 50 A SHARE,
(being at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum on
the Increased capital of this Company) the same
will be paid on and after the isth Instant, at the
Office corner of Broad and State streets. Stock?
holders will please bring their Scrip.
HUTSON LEE, Secretary and Tresurer
Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry Co.
^^MOULTEIETiLLE, SULLIVAN'S IS?
LAND, JULY 3, 1871.-NOTICE.-An election un?
der the Charter wUl be held at Monltrlevllle, Sul?
livan's Island, on WEDNESDAY, the 12th da? of
July instant, for an Intendant and Ave Wardens
to serve for the ensuing year. The polls will be
open from 9 o'clock A. M. .to 2 o'clock P. M., and
from 4 o'clock P. M. to 6 o'clock P. M., at the
old Esplcopal Church.
By order of the Town Council of Monltrlevllle.
July4-1 D. B. QILLILAND. Recorder.
^"FRE U N D S C H AFTSBUND.-A
splendid Lunch wlU be given THIS DAT, at ll
o'clock. Members are requested to turn ont in
full force. WM. NOLTE.
pm- OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENE?
FIT OF THE FREE SCHOOL FUND, No. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, .JULY 3. 1871.
Official Raffled Numbers of the Charleston Chari?
table Association, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fund :
CLASS No. 63-MORNING.
31-56-1- 3-16- 2-30-59-61-77-66-33.
CLASS No. 64-EVENING.
45-37-43-57-66-27- 7-59-50 -1-38-20.
As witness our hand this 3d day ol July, 1871,
JAMES C. I LL I LAND,
ra av 20 Sworn Commissioners.
pS* THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Depositors in the Savings Department are request?
ed to present their booka for credit for the quar?
ter Interest payable 1st July.
All deposits made on or previous to 20th July
will bear interest from 1st July.
Julyl-stuthS THOS. R. WARING.
pS- UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, CHARLESTON, JUNE 28, 1871.-The Board
of Directors having declared a Semi-Annual DI?
VIDEND OF FIVE PER CENT, on the present
Capital Stock of this Bask, the same will be paid
to the stockholders on snd after MONDAY, the 8d
day of July next. H. D. ALEXANDER,
^SB-OFFICE OF THE CBICORA MIN
ING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, JULY 1, 1871.-The Board of
Directors having declared a Dividend of Five
Per Cent, from the earnings of the Oompany, the
same will be paid to the stockholders on and af?
ter the 3d Inst THOS. L. WITS ELL,
july 1-3 Treasurer.
^OFFICE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON. S. C., JULY 1, 1871.-Stockhold
ers of this Company are notified that the fourth
and last INSTALMENT ON THE EIGHT PER
CENT. BONDS, authorized to be lssned at the An?
nual Meeting of the Stockholders, held on the 8th
?day of February last, la now due and payable.
The Treasurer of the Company will attend at the
office or Messrs. CAMPBELL A SEABROOK, No.
60 Broad street, THIS DAY, and each subsequent
day, from 12 to 8 o'clock, until SATURDAY, the
8th instant, Inclusive, to receive payment and
deliver the Bonds and Certificates of Stock.
After said date the Stock of those who have
failed to ?ike their Bonds, as weil as the Bonds,
will be liable for arrears, and may be used by
the Company to make good the default.
s. w. FISHER,
jQjyi-8 Treas. Sav. and Char. lt. R. Co.
^.SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE DNDER
SIGNED respectfully Informs his customers and
those wishing to patronize him, that he ls now
prepared to take orders for GROCERIES at their
residences, having a book lor the purpose. Orders
will bc taken on TUESDAYS and FKI?UYS, and
goods delivered to any part of the city free of
charge. FRANCIS L. O'NEILL,
Junio No. 238 King street.
pS- THE BRITISH BARK VINCO,
from Liverpool, has Tms DAT been entered nu?
der the Five Day Act. All goods not permitted
at expiration of this time will be sent to Public
Stores. HENRY CARD,
Jnn28 . Agent.
pSr MESSRS. EDIIORS-PLEASE AN
NOUNCE as a Candidate ror Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election, the name of General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblige
mayl7 A FRIEND TO REFORM.
ps- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON.-In the Common
pleas.-JOHN Y. BRYCE and WILLIAM H.
BRYCE, Copartners under the name of J. Y.
BRYCE A CO., vs. EDWARD W. GROOT.-Sum
mons for Money Demand.-[Complaint not Serv?
ed.]-To EDWARD W. GROOT, defendant In this
action : You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint In this action, whlcb ls
tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Com?
mon Pleas for the said County, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers, at their
office, No. 39 Broad street, Charleston, within
twenty days after"the service of this summons on
you, exclusive of the day of service.
If you fall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment
against yon for the sam of Seven Thousand Dol?
lars, with interest at the rate of seven per cent,
from the twentieth day of April, one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-one, and costs.
Dated Charleston, June 23. 1871.
TORTER A CONNER,
To the defendant, EDWARD W. GROOT: Take
notice that the summons in this action, of which
the foregoing ls a copy, with complaint annexed,
was filed in the office or the Clerk of the Court cf
Common Pleas at Charleston, in the County of
Charleston, and State of South Carolina, on the
23d day or June, 1871.
PORTER A CONNER, Plaintiffs' Attorneys,
Jun27-tu6 Charleston, S. C.
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L PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.
3. PREMATURE DECLINE IN MAN.
3. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY.
4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
0. ABUSES OF THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS.
7. TREATMENT AND CURE.
Price 50 cents by mall. Address the author, Dr. j
CURTIS, No. 9 Tremont Place, Boston. Mass. . I
pS- WARRANTED 1NFALLIBLE
TIME DOES NUT IMPAIR ITS EFFICIENCY.
MILLIXGS'S COMPOUND BUG DESTROYER, pre?
pared only by R. C. MILLINGS, No. 414 King
street, and sold by Druggists and the trade ia
general, in bottles at Fifty Cents each.
Liberal Inducements offered to dealers by ap?
plying to EWD. S. BURNHAM, Druggist,
No. 421 King street, charleston, S. C.
pS- GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
This valuable compound contains no opmm, laud?
anum, paragorlc, or other anodyne, and will not
massacre the innocents like the "soothing syrups"
BO much in vogue. The GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL is harmless, and ls recommended by all
our best physicians. It is to be had or the manu?
facturer, DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
And of all Druggists. apr22-stuth
f* EBMAN FREUNDSCHAFTSBUND.
Vf Tire Regalar Monthl? Meeting of this Asso?
ciation will be held THIS EVENING, the 4th In?
stant, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall. .
J. M. PETERSEN,
TTl BERNI AN SOCIETY. -THE REG?
JLL . LAR Meeting of your Society will be held
Trna. (Tuesday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
' Jnly4 ~ _Secretary.
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
The Regaler Monthly Meeting of the Com.
pany will be held THIS EVENING, ac your Hall,
State street, at 8 o'clock.
By order. EDWARD O. OH?PEIN,
Ju ly 4_Secretary.
WASHINGTON 'STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby summoned to at?
tend an Extra Meeting or your Company THIS
EVENING, the 4th instant, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order ot the President.
M. FITZ GIBBON,
jnly4_Secretary W. S. F. E. Co.
CINCINNATI.-THE SPECIAL MEET?
ING of this ?oetety will beheld at Tolly's,
King street, THIS EVENING. 3d mst., a? 8 o'clock,
The Anniversary Meeting will be held at the same
place on TUESDAY, 4th Inst., at 4 o'clock P. M.;
after which the Society will dine together.
JAMES SIMONS, JR.,
o R S~^T~FT
$2000 BANK STATE SOUTH CAROLINA-BILLS,
(Old Issue,) by A. C. KAUFMAN,
july4-l No. 25 Broad street.
WANTED, A COOK TO DO PART OF
the washing. None need apply without
good recommendations. Apply at Nu. 13 Meeting
WANTED, A CHILD'S NURSE, WELL
recommended. Apr ly at No. 25 Rutledge
TT7ANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WET
VV Nurse. Apply at No. ll Mo tris street.
WANTED, A GOOD MEAT AND VEGE?
TABLE Cook that can (come well recom?
mended. Apply at King Mansion, corner of
Meeting and George streets._Jnly4-1?
ARESPECTABLE AND INTELLIGENT
voung German girl wishes a situation as
housekeeper, or to do plain cooking for a small
family. Address A. B. at this ofllce. july4-j.?
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL, ABOUT
12 or 14 years of age, to mind a child.
Apply No. 83 Wentworth Btreet. ? July3
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small nouSB, containing e to 8 rooms,
situated either in the centre of tho city nr near
the Unes or the City Raliway. Address X. Y. Z.,
at this office, stating term?, location, .Vc.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk lu a house In Charleston. He ls welland
faVc-ably known throughout East Florida, and
can furnish satisfactory testimonials os to char?
acter and qualifications. Address J. S. J.. NEWS
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
In the Land and Immigration Association
Of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see mv friends
at the office of Mr. C. CLACHJS, corner East Bay
and Central Wharr. EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
PLAIN COORING and wash. Apply at
No. 04 King street, one door below J. Hurkanip A
CQ.'B Grocery. _'_juti30
WANTED, A GOOD COOK ' AND
WASHER, that can come nell recom?
mended-white or colored. Apply at No. 41
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES
to secure now a position as Teacher In a
school or family, for the 1st October, to teach
English branches. Including Ma? hematics, and,
If in a family, also French and rudiments or Music
If required. Addres?. with hill particulars of
term?. Ac, P. 0. Box No. 21, WIISOD, N. C.
ANEAT HOUSE WANTED, BY A DE
SIRABLR tenant, who would take a three
ur uve years' lease at a mod?raie rent. Must be
In western part of the dry or near thc Buttery.
Address, with full particu'ats, BETA, office of
AYOUNG LADY WISHES THE SIT?
UATION of Governess. Will lench English
and the rudiments of Music. Address HD.,'PDAILY
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goo.ls and Groceries: ls a trood Accountant, und
willing ro make himself generally useful. Can
give first-class references. Address Veritas, Office
of THE NEWS. mayis
?gOARD IN NEW Y0RK7"~
Person wishing genteel BOARD In the City of
New York for the Summer mouths. In a House
patronized by Southern families, will dod lt to
their taste and advantage to call on the subscrib?
er at No. .1 North Washington Square, before
making other engagements. MRS. WHYTE.
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with ' good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, hy ao
plylng at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
INC also furnished, j_may 16
HILBERS HOUSE, No. 284 KING
STREET, between Wentworth and Hasel
streets, within five minutes' walk of the Postoffice
and principal Business Honses of Meeting and
Uayne streets, and fifty yards of the City Rail?
way, which communicates with all parts of the
city. Terms, $2 per diem. Special contracts
made on most reasonable terms for BOARD by
the weak or month for single Gentlemeu or Fami?
lies. MKS. B. UILBBR3, Proprietor. Jun6-lmo
F~0R~SAL?,T SMALLBUT PROFITA?
BLE BUMNESS. Apply at No. C9 Meeting
street, second door suuth of Mills House.
STORE FOE SALE, SITUATED IN THE
growing Town of Marion, on the m.iin stn et
leading from the Railroad Depot, and within one
hundred and fifty yards of the public square.
The Store ls 22 by 35 feet, with a ware-room under
the same root io by 22 feet; three complete family
rooms attached, two with fire places, a Kitchen,
stables, and all other necessary outbuildings,
good garden, kc. All thc buildings have been
put op new within the past twelve months. The
Lot measures 64 feet front by 137 feet deep. Pos?
session can he had at any time.
The Town of Marlon ls the County seat of the
County of Marlon, ls immediately on the Wilming?
ton, Augu- ta and Columbia Railroad, and In the
heart of the Peedee Country.
Any one wishing to p ?rebase this desirable
piece of nroptrty can get full particnla-s a3 to
terms. Ac, by addressing S. B. CALC?TI',
Marlon, s. C._julyl-3?
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 50 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office or THE NEWS._majlg
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruegles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low Tor c;i3h. Is nearly
new, cuts 23 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NEWH Job Office._'_mnr22
OR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA
CHINES, of good quality, wilka are offered
ihe.ip. Call at No. 27 (?aeen street, between
Heeting ami Church streets._fcb!4
FOR SALE.-A JUDGMENT AGAINST
PARKER J. HOLLAND for Twenty six 25-100
Dollars, will be sold at private sale, al a discount,
at MENKE Sc MULLER._Jun21
"VTEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
JLl TY of the atwve. Apply at Board or Trade
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street. novio-tu
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
Orangeburg District. South carolina, 15 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 ml.es from Orangebnrg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres of land, 233 of
which ls cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more chared, bat not under fence-all of
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls first class Timber Land.
A flrst-clasB Circular saw Min (water,) in order
for Immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Baa a
comfortable house with six (0) rooms, outbuild?
ings all In good condition, stables, barn, ?c., six
(6) framed negro honses In good order. It alao
has a Marl Bed on lt wh ch makes it very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma?
nures, Aa The best of titles can be given. Any
lnrormatlon either In writing orin person can be
had by application to Dr. b. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street , Charleston, S. C. j uni ts
jpALMETTO AND STONEWALL
STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANIES.
The members wtio desire to go on the FISHING
EXCURSION on the 4th of July must procure Tick?
ets from the Committee, and be on board at 7^30
Steamer will leave from Accommodation Wharf.
By order of the Committee. A. 0. STONE.
QRAND FOURTH OF JULY BALL
AT MOUNT PLEASANT.
on TUESDAY next, the Glori?os Fonrtb, a Grand
BALL will be given at the Mount Pleasant House,
commencing at 10 A. M. Extra Boats will be
furnished, the last leaving Mount Pleasant at io*
P. IL H. A. TOROK.
?rotaries, ?rqnors, &t.
gTRICTLY CHOICE BUTTER.
10 firkins Strictly Choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
For sale by HENRY COBLA A 00.
?JORN I CORN I CORN !
6000 bushels PRIME WHITE, Western White
and Yellow CORN, landing per Brig Georgia and
Schooner Pacific. For sale by
B?RME8TER * ZERBST,
july3-8'_Opposite Kerr's Wharf.
-^yHITE WINE AND CIDER VINEGAR.
25 barrels Imperial French wine VINEGAR
20 barrels Nonparlel Cider Vinegar
20 barrels Table Wine Vinegar.
Agents of above and have constantly a full*
stock on hand.
For sale low by
julyl-lmo STEFFENS. WERNER A DUCKER.
5000 bushels Prime White and Yellow CORN,
landing from brig Georgie on Atlantic wharf. For
sale by JNO. o AM PS UN A CO.,
ju)y 1-3 No. 14 Market street, opposite State.
JLJATHORN SPRINGS WATER
Bogen 4 Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Binnia ger's Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, in quart Jars
Assorted French Fruits, In own juice, put np Di
glass stoppered decanters
French Picales, in fancy jars
India Currie, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, in glass pots
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordean: Olive OU,
Florence Olive Oil, in flasks, and Bengal Chatney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. s, Corwin k Co.
Jania_Na 276 King street.
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, Young America Cheese, Eldam and
Sap Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Pickled Ox Tongues.
Duffield's, American, Whestphalia, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar-cored Champion Hams.
For Bale by E. E. BEDFORD,
janll No. 276 Ric cr street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil_No.'J7? King street. .
^T LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 388 KING STREET,,
SI3NS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE AND CARO?
LINA TEA AGENCY,
Yon can buy for one dollar and arty cents one
pound or the very best YOUNG HYSON TEA or
delicate flavor and great strength.
For thirty cents one gallon best quality LIGHT?
For seventy-five cents one gallon choice Silver
For three dollars and fifty cents a Japanned Tin
CHAMBER SET, composed or taree articles, and
worth five dollars.
For Atty cents a LOOKING GLASS, which any
buyer would think cheap at one ?loller.
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
OUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than same quality goods elsewhere.
PLAIN AND DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
. No. 838 King Btreet,
Cost ano io uno.
LOST.-WENT ADRIFT UP. COOPER
River, a Email BATEAU, containing a sack
coat with meinorau?um book. A reward will
be paid lor recovery of same. Apply at this office.
LOST, ON THE 28TH ULT., A PLAIN
GOLD BROOCH, c ramming hair, and let?
tered on the back. Supposed to have been drop?
ped io Charlotte street. A reward will be paid at
this office on recovery._jniyl 2?
AHOUSE TO RENT, No. 2 SMITH'S
Lane. Every convenience for a family.
Apply at No. 7, pear the Battery._JuIy4-2
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on Sullivan's
Island, within six minutes' walk of the Steamboat
landing, containing eight square rc om?, pantry,
double piazzas, Ac. Ou the premises are a large
cistern and well of water, and all necessary out?
buildings. Also, a fine vegetable -garden under
cultivation. To an approved tenant, the rent
will be moderate. Apply to ROB MRT MORE k
CO., Central wharl. _JnIyl-6
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS, AT No. ll
Doughty street Apply within. Jnn28
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT .IN
the Town of Anderson, S. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, containing six rooms, partially furnished.
The garden ls in a high state of cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can be desired for sum?
mer comfort and pleasure. From May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality In Sooth
Carolina. Apply to F. G. Ds FONTAINE, at tho
Mills House, or to M., Box loo, Andeison, S. C.
has removed his office from No. 38 to No.
62 BROAD STREET. Jnlyl-3
Nemspapers, iilaqa'ines, ?ftc.
FOR JULY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.26 cents
Per annum.$2 go
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS k COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
grgcmig, Ciqcorg, &t.
270 bales EASTERS HAY, jost received from
Belfast, Me. For sale by
J. A. ENSLOV7 & CO.,
Joly4-l-_ No. 141 Eaat aay.
JJAY, CORN AN? OATS, ; pr*
loo bales Prime NORTH RIVER HAY, ex steam
- ship Georgia
60 bales Prime Pennsylvania Hay
600 bushels Prime Oats ti I UT.
500 bnahels Prime White Corn, ex steamship Em?
pire. For Bale low from wharf.
7 JOHN CAMPSEN k CO., ir:
Jnjyj-a No.J2 and-Market street.
JJ AMS- AND LARD.,
10 tierces Domeld's Imitation WESTPHALIA
HAMS " *
5 tierces Bavls's Diamond Hams - ??
10 tierces Davis's Leaf Lard.
. All Hams reweighed when sold. For sale by
. D. A AHME,
Southeast corner Market and Meeting streets,
WILSONS' POPULAR GROCERY. < '
Smoked PIG TONGUES at $125per dozen.
It ls a settled fact that
WILSON sella a bette;
TEA for the same money
than any other House In
NO. 8 06
Nb. 30 6
NO. 3 0 6
We are now offering a
Fine, Clear Drawing
At the low price of
ONE DOLLAR .
GREEN AND BLACK.
NO. 30 6 . ' J . " - KING SIV
Give WILSOVSTEA-a . - ,
No. 8 0 6 .:.-! ?s$fi? KTNG . ST?
trial, and you will nae. -.,
No. 80 6 'KING ST?
NO. 3 0 6 KING ST. ;
AU Goods delivered free. %.
NO. 306 KING ST. T
CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRIPS, AT IS
cents per lb.
Fulton Market BEEF, very fine, at 15 cents per
A lot or unbagged sugar-cored Hams (war*
ranted) at a low price. '
W. H. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
AU Goods deUvered free. . Jan21
Summer fi coons.
The MO?LTRIEVILLE HOUSE ls pleasantly
located near the Front Beacb. Bathing House for
accommodation of g nest *..
Omnibus and Carriage at Landing.
For terms, apply to J. H. OPPENHEIM,
'JJ 0! FOR THE MOUNT AINS.
Parties visiting Flat Rock, N. C or Asheville, _
N. C., will and comfortable Stages leaving Greea-Jt
ville, S. C., every MONDAY, THURSDAY and SATURN
DAY MORNINGS, reaching Henderson ville for sap?
per and Asheville for dinner next day. . .
Jnn24-lmo_ WM. P. BLAIR.
|?ING'3 MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YOBKVILLE, 8. C.
The Second Session of the School Year of 1871
wlll begin on the lat of JOLY.
Terms -For School Expenses, L e.. Tuition,
Books. Stationery, Ac., Boarding, Fuel. Lights
and Washing, $185 m currency, per session Of
For circulars containing fall particulars, apply
to - . COLONEL A. COWARD
jnnS-BtnO Principal and Proprietor.
gPARKLLNG CATAWBA SPRINGS,
FORMERLY CALLED THE CAROLINA WHITE SULPHUR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. O.
This highly popular WATERING PLACE will
be open for visitors on WEDNESDAY, June i3tb.
The Mineral Waters of these Springs are the
White and Blue Sulphur and Chalybeate, theme,
dlclnal properties of which are noe excelled, and
a healthier and more delightful watering place
not to be found.
The Springs will be under the management of
I J. M. BLAIR, formerly of Raleigh, N. C., an expe?
rienced hotel keeper, together with Mrs. WRENN,
and visitors may rely upon good fare and good at?
Plenty or Ice, good Band of Music, and good
Physician in attendance, AC.
Leave Baltimore or Washington City In the
morning via Acaula Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville Railroad, to Salisbury, where yon take the
Western and Morganton Road, s nd reach Hickory
Station (the Springs Depot, by half-past nine the
Leave Augusta Ga, at night, and take the Char*
lotte and Statesvllle Road at Charlotte, you reach-.
the Springs early the next morning. Charleston/
In the muming, and be at the Springs thc next
A good roar-horse omnibus wlU run In connec?
tion wu h the trains to the Springs over a beauti?
ful road only six miles.
Per month, (or four weeks).$40 06
Fer week.15 00
Fer day. 2 60
Children and colored servants half price. No
charge for infants under two years cr ag \
J. GOLDEN WYATT.
Sparkling Catawba Springs, June 1st, 1871.
UJatriics, ?emclrrj, &r.
IJJALL, BLACK & CO.,
No. 665 AND 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
Cali attention to their very extensive stock of
1 Imported and American Watches of Waltham
STATUARY, GAS FIXTURES, *c
0urgood8are of the best quality, perfect in
design and finish, and sold at fair prices. Strang?
ers In the city tre cordially invited to visit oar
Sales-rooms, whether they wish to purchase or
not. July3-lyr i
J & P. COATS' *
" SPOOL COTTON. ^
We have tn stock and will always keep an as*
s ort ment of COATS' THREAD for sale at New
York trade prices. .JOHN G. MILNOR k CO..
febll-stnthemos No. 135 Meeting street.