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THE DAILY NEWS.
49? Tue Business and Publication Of?
fice of TIIK DAILY SEWS laaa been
rexsoved to the large and commodious
building Ko. 149 KAST BAY.
49-LAB3&T CtBCDLATTON. -THE DAILY
N E Ws BEING: TBE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED A3 BAYING TBE LABGEST CIB
OBLATION IN TBE CITS OP QBABLESTON.
PUBLISHES SHE LIST OF LETTE BS BF. M A IN
?HG IN TBE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
BACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE. PB0Yl?
i0>8 OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTIOK HALES TRIS DA Y.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & Co. will pell at 10 o'clock,
: at their auction house, No. 55 Haael-street,
' bianca of bankrupt stock of boots, shoes, ic.
u. A. EKSLOW ? Co. will sell at il o'clock, in
.conunorcial wharf store, several, large haw
MILXIOAK & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, at re?
sidence No. 72 Smith-street, household aod
LETTCH ti BBUKS will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
41 Piti-street. furniture of a family leaving the
STENHOUSE & Co.,?under direotionot theU.
S. Marshal, will sell at ll o'clock, iu the jard
?-of ibo TJ. 8. Courthouse. No.-116 Broad-street,
. sovonteen barrels distilled spirits, Ac.
THC PRESS USE upon our local columns this
morning foroea ns to transfer our auction ad
verarm en te from their usual, place to oar first
THE DELEGA nto the Democratic Conven?
tion from Ibo Fourth Congressional District,
.has been completed by tho appointment of T.
:Stobo Farrow, Esq., and Major T. W. Wood?
THE WEATHEB AND CHOPS.-A correspond- '
ent fron Georgetown, 8. C., under date of Jons
-27, says thai they bad a heavy rain for t wo
days previously, end that the crops were doing
finely. . _
THE STEAMSHIP AIABTLAND, Captain Reed, of J
tho Baltimore and Charleston line, has been
chartered by Mr. C. G. de Garmendia for a voy
ago to Havana and back, and will leave Balti?
more this (Monday) afternoon, taking oat an
assort cd cargo cf merchandise.
SOCIETY OF ET. JOHN TBS BAPTIST.-At the
; anni versa ry moe tin g of thia Society, hfld at the
-'CathedralChapel yesterday, the fol'owing ooi
cere wore re-elected to serve the ensuing year:
T?O : AS O'BBLEN, Prudent .
BEB >ABD O'NEILL, Vice-President.
THOMAS C. BYAN, Secretary and Treasurer
THC Sm? MONTOOMEBY.-Thia ship is being
gradually pat to the proper depth to enable
nor to cross tho bar bi safety, and the coming
spring tide will no doubt ace ber- safely an
-chored in thia port. The steamar Belief yea
tcrdn^broaght up acme lumber from her. and
abo reports every thing progressing favorably.
Rc BLI ET.-OE6 of our neighbors, whose pro?
portions aro aldermanio, was made the victim
of two designing colored youngsters on Satur?
day. They watched their opportunity and
bagged a few loose greenbacks, but were soon
bagged themselves, and placed where they wdl
- Bot get loose for some time.
THE COHMENCAIENT of the South Carolina
University takes pl*ee- to-day. Four essays
wdl be raid by students who have wen the de?
gree of A. ?. '/be degrees of A. fi., Bachelor
of Lav, ead Doctor cf Medicine, will be con?
ferred by the president. Then will como the
announcement of tha^ame? of those wno have
graduated ht the several academic schools.
UxrvEsarxx BALL.-Tbs students of the
South Carolina University give a grand ball
this evening, at Nickerson's Hotel,-Colombia
a sort of introduction to tba taree months'
hobday which follows. A pleasant'tirne is an?
ticipated. Kershaw, Sumter and several other
* districts, will send ''fair**representatives, while
; Richland will oontribute a large delegation.
"i 1 'SJ. y
. UISOLDEELT CoNDrcT. -On Saturday nigh*-,
while the detectives were making an arrest in
tho market, they were set upon by a number
of colored mes and boya,.who folk)ired the
party to the guardhouse, where t?e ringi enders
were bagged. Th e crowd was very noisy and
turbolcnt, throwing bricks and threateningly "
rescuft Charles Frazer and Samuel Johnson
vere arrested tor creating a disturbance,, and
JceW?hanoatbr theft-(all colored).
THS VEGETABLE ABB FBCTT TBABE.-The .
?stesmera from Uns point to Northern^orta
-oontiane to take tersely of. vegetables among
their freights ; but aa_?ome articles ore going
.out, ot hera -are taking their p'aces, and peach e B
and wheat will soon be prominent items in tbs
Bat. Ibo Manhattan on Saturday, for New
York, took cbont 2,000 packages of vegetables,
peajhos, fte., and the Sea (, nil, for Baltimore,
-.some- 700 packages of these articles.
-a?S= I .
io ANS FBOX NEW YOEE.-An impression
. prevails that the excursion tickets to New York
may be used at any time daring the monta of
-Jar// This is trae of tko return tickets, bat
wo are requested by the Supcrinfunden t or tho '
Northeastern Railroad Company to state that
-4be tickets issued by thal road will n )t ba (rood
unless the party using them arrives in New
" York*an or before the 4tb- of July;- On such
ticket the owner may come back during tb e
.month. _' r'
A NEIGHBORLY GBEETTNO.-The move of THE
NEWS office on Saturday could not be accom?
plished without attracting attention, and while'
-oar employees were ap to their eyes in work,
-they wore agreeably surprised by tbe appear- ,
ance cf a flowing bowl of punch, sent by that
prince of spiritualists, Torok, of "Oar House."
' The amber fluid was gladly welcomed, uoani
monaly voted to be a miltara that would
-cause the partakers to
" Smile at every fear, and Owe a trowning world."
T^E CATHOLIC INSTTTOTE.-Tbo new bali of
ibis Institute in the bend of King-street, oppo?
site Hasel, was inaugurated bist oight. Bisn
-ops Lynch and Feraico, with most of the Catho
-bc Clergy of tbe city, and tba Bev. Father
Jtfc?hvhon from Cantdn, besides a full repre?
sentation of tie laity, weio present. The hall
is immediately below Qainby & Co.'s Gallery,
and has been fitted up very tastefully. Tbe
walis are ornamented with "pictures, and the
?portraits of Ca1 hohe prelates, and on tbe north
?side abeiving has been planed for a library. At j
the upper end of the ball a long table is co ve rod
with periodicals and Dowapapere. Tho meeting
was called to order by Father*-Shadier, who '
?tated that tbe pleasing duty bad devolved ap- ;
on bim to be present at tbe reopening of the 1
Institute ander such favorable auspices. He, 1
referred to tho neoeaeity of such aa institu?
tion far [the parp?se of uniting the members ,
?of the Oatbaho Church, and in inducing them i
to cling fast to tbe pri .ripies of that religion <
which had endured .without chango through '
-eighteen centruiea. After TriehLnff that success 1
would crown their efforts, he introduced Bish- i
op Lynch, ?ho responded in an eloquent ap- i
peal to the members to stand firm, and they 1
would soon cause the Institute to more .than t
equal its past prosperity. The Bishop was fol- |
lowed by Father McMahon, Bishop Persioo, M. t
P. O'Connor, Esq., Father Croghau and ?tb- j
est. Our limited Fpace this morning prevents <
aa from more fahy noticing the eloquent re- <
: a^ks made by these gentlemen. t
BETU nyora THANKS.-The removal of
DAIL? NEWS establishment from No. 18 H
street to the Bay, without snspending
iasne of the paper, could not have beei
complished but for the hearty co-op?r
which we have met with at the hands o
persans upon whom we have had to. cal
assistance and help.
We desire especially to return our than]
.Mr. Jno. fl. Taylor, of the Ph?nix Iron W
in this City, who supplied the shafting, bar
and fittings for our new press and engine r
to Mr. Guillema), Of Church-street, for th
peditious manner in which he laid the nee
ry pipes and arranged our ga9-nttings
eluding the patent argand burners with ?
shades, which are so much admired
ouMiffices ; to Mr. Brady for the prompt
with which he moved our machinery and n
rial, our large engine, cases of type, and <
posing stones weighing each about six!
dred pounds, being handled as easily by
workmen under bis charge as though they \
playthings ; to John H. Devereux, Esq., ai
tect, for our mammoth sign, which will be
up to-day, and is intended to be one of
landmarks to greet the eye of the marine
entering Charleston harbor ; also to Mr. Be
?sh. the sism painter, whose handiwork cai
seen on our windows and doors. To the
ployees of THE NEWS office we owe partie
thanks, and we now express our special obi
-tiona to our foreman, Mr. B. A. Britton,
oar pressman. Mr. James McMillan, who h
been working night and day to put their
partmenta in perfect running order.
THE CHAELESTONEB ZETTUWO.-Ia the !
tong of Saturday it is announced that this
ceiled journal will, ia future, be under
editorial charge of the Bev?. A. J. Hoffa
and L. Muller, assisted by other gentlem
The new editors, in a modest and well writ
article, say that they have great confidei.ci
the future of the Zeitung, and that they
give their best endeavors to miking it a th
oughly good German paper. They reti
thanks to th?^r?tirin? editor, General Juo.
Wagener, who, with his customary energy ?
ability, had resuscitated the journal and c
ducted it up to the present time. They mr
no general, declaration of principles, as tl
are but temporary helmsmen, and tl
prudently remark that tb ry cannot <
what they will sa/ or do, as they
not know themael7ea. The Zeitung ia to
made a thorough newspaper, and while it T
show the current of opinion, it will not hesita
to oppose the popular will where truth a
principle require it. The object of the Zeitu
is not political. It ia tied to no party, and v
be steadfastly directed to securing thc go
and happiness of the city and State. All sho
comings the editors desire may be laid to tb
inexperience, and not to their want of go.
We regret that the connection of Gen. Wa
easr with the Zeitung should have been d
solved,/and to oar German con tem po ra:
under ita oe iv leaders, wish the fullest measu
of success. . -
ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK.-The-bte Coane
feeling the . necessity of some public monit
to mark th? fleeting hours, determined th
St. Michael's clock, which had been very eera
ic in its movements tor some tune, should 1
overhauled, regulated, and put in compte
running order. The centract was awarded
Mr. Henry Summer, an experienced bord
gist, with the un dora tan din g that the clot
should not only be male to keep time, bat
strike as in days of yore. Mr. Summer has fi
soma time been engaged in the prosecution <
this work; the honda were removed, and tl
whole internal machinery taken oat and risa:
ed. Several important wheels were found to t
badly worn, and had to be replaced with ne
ones. The clock had not bea a cleaned fe
over twenty "years, and the dust bad settle
so thickly on the works in that time th:
it was found impossible to pat it in rm
ning order as speedily as hal been hoped
A survey was taken on Saturday by em?
eral gentlemen who are interested in ht
progress of the work, and Mr. Summer ix
pressed himself confident of his ability to tn
.lah his undertaker- by the first of Aug et
Some little change will be mode ia tbe arrange'
ment o., th :? bells, but the difference wiil tot
be noticeable. The works and str deng a-pa?
tna have been examined by experienced na
chanics, who stats that., with a few trifling ex?
ceptions, they are as good as DOW.
?^THE S rKAMtBHTP SSA G DLL ASD THE CoL?sro.V
cc BaLTXXo&x HABBOB.-On Saturday, the 9Hh
instant, aa baa heretofore been B tat ed, the
steamship Sea Gull, in Baltimore harbor, ran
i a to a boat containing two colored men, one ol
whom wis drowned. A coroner's inquest waa
helli, and the Baltimore Sun saya: -The evi?
dence was to tile effect that the 6ea Gall bad
been warned s hundred yards away ot the
danger of collision, but disregarded .t. The
pilot kept on bia way and submerged the boat,
which waa unable to get ont of danger on ac?
count of haring in tow a apar. Several gen?
tlemen in a boat close by also warhail them
of the appr ;bonded collision, and their notice
was disregarded; The steamer waa raming at
the impetus pf twenty revelations, cd* her wheel
m a minute. The jury returned a verdict as
follows: -Cum o to his death by being rna over
oy the steamer Sea Gall, in the Baltimore har?
bor, through groas negligence of her of
Thia verdict was rendered upon ex parie
statements. Captain Dutton and bis officers
hid no opportunity of giving their evidence,
which would have been c sufficient disproof of
the allegations of carelessness and negligence.
The following card from Captain Dutton con?
tains tho facts cf the cass:
Oa Saturday, Jone 20, while the "Sea Gull"
was leaving tho port ot Baltimore for this city,
and when off Locust Point, the man on the
lockout -reported a boat ahead, which was BO
close aboard os not to be seen from the pilot
house. As a precaution, however, three or
four blasts were blown with the Bteam whistle,
the helm was put bord a port, and the 'Sea
Gui." stopped. This, it appeared, did not
have the desired effect, for those in tho boat
altered their course, and pulling back, brought
their boat a rain under the bow of the' Baa
Gail," at a time when I supposed her to be
clear. Seeing the situation, and probably be?
coming frightened, ono of tbe two men in the
boat jumped overboard before coming in con?
tact with the steamer, sad, as I have been
informed, waa unfortunately drowned. The
other, who remained in tbe boat, caurrht the
-'Sea Gulis" bow as she came slowly along,
and while there a rope was hove over to bim,
which bo appeared not to notice, bnt letting
go, passed astern, and was taken off by ano?
ther boat-the "Sea Gull'' remaining compara?
tively still ail this time. Fad the unfortunate
man remained in the boat with the other, bia
lifo would have been certainly saved. A spar,
which was being towed by the bo i tm en, was
sank andor water, and was not Bren bv any ono
oa board tho '-Sea Gull" until arter'the colli
8 ion. Ihe menin the boat gave no warning,
nor did say other boat's crew previous to tie ,
ioliiBion. N.-P. DUTTON,
Captain Steamship Sea Gull ,
Aso THEE TjtpaovEatEST.-We mentioned 1
lome time since that Captaba John Smal' bad <
jompletely eradicated a&; marks of father j
rime from his row of boddings at the orr? er of \
Ung and Clifford streets. They hire been i
boronghly rejuvena ed and pr?sent a pleasing
sontrast lo the dingy landmarks of the rast, i
Sat the finishing toona troff added r fow days
igp in the shape of a large sign, ?hieb was '.
jointed by Mr. Theo. Heitman in the colors pf 1
he Germanic Conf?d?ration, blac?, red and
?old. Through Captain Small's indomitable on- i
>rgy this portion of King-street ha? become an t
>mameni to the city, and his exfmpla is WOT- e
by of emulation, a
?HK DAILY NEWS.
A CHAPTEB |jr' OUB NEW PUBLICATION O:
HOW A XEFSPAPEB. IS MADE-THE ADTE
OF AN AJVEKISEMENT -THE EDITOE
PRINTEBSj THE PBE83MEX AND THE "D
ISSUING IHE PAPER-IIS SWABM OF
BOYS AI DAYLIGHT-LIVELY SCENES, AC
Selah ! .|We hare moved. The pk?
knew us to Hayne-street, now knows
more. 0* "banner hange from the
wall," amtig the fray and festive scenes
Bay, wheri the rattle of the truck, the
voice of tie stevedore, and the whirl o
life drowifthe clicking of the types that
to keep ptce with the progress of the he
We lea^e behind many pleasant associ;
We ente} npon others which, we trnsl
prove equUly agree&bK Oar own conve
and the Accommodation of a large nun:
oar advertising friends, have dictate
change; ind from the kindly greeting
have metjua on all sides, we are enc oura,
hope thaj oar welcome to the business <
down torn is not more earnest than
Ihe aicient 'Trench Coffee House" 1
forward/will wear a new aspect. Ita
crown-in immense sign, whereon ships
may real "THE DAILT NEWS ?"-will be a
to guidj the mariner to port. Where one
mixolo?at of tipulars tinkled his glasses
coded hie ps, and elaborated those liquid 1
wheh bellowed the heart o? the thirsty
titude, tm sober and serene bookkeeperi
cashier preside. Where '.nee the w
rang ladest in the rooms np stairs, is ni
be heall only the quiet clip of the sci
throusn "the latest u9wa," or the omi
soratcling of the ''grey goose quill," i
driveafbrward with editorial haste. Th
bil liar! room has given way to the. printer
boys li useful "galleys;" ard the "cue" t
"ahoaing-stick," although it is a cue
placeitill. The busy compositor cow "cir
from i a full hand of type to the Tea
fionbof him ; and when Friday night
"endof the week") comee, the "pocket g
ot tie steady workman ehowa a "count
whim the best figures of the billiard ? lay ei
in t|e eyes of the butoher and grocer aa -
Tiis somewhat remarkable that few pe
especially in the South, are familiar with
decals of the art diabAique. Nine out oi
intelligent men can tell you all about other
ceses of manufacture, from a fish-hook
stem engine. They have learned them fron
Encyclopedias, or seen them in-the mao
shfp; but when the reader unfolds his m
ing newspaper, with the finder marks of
pres yet risible upon it's damp pages,
meaner in which that multitude of letters
t eligen t ?y staring him in the Lee, are arra:
bj companies, regiments and battalions,
wie .'led into line so as to present daily a
phalanx to the eye, ia a mjstery among i
There is no more appropriate time to s
hs problem than thia, which marks our er
to a uaw theatre of enterprise. Perhaps
beet f-hapein which che visitor can be chi
roned through cur labyrinth is that of a
sonified advertisement-a garb certain to
rare a warm reception in every departm
?rom the head devil ' to the editorial apb.;
B. -If accompanied by a greenback of :
lcient proportions you will be doubly welooi
THE AS VESTI SEMENT.
By the way-you may as well know il-tl
ire as many peculiarities about manuscript
rertiaementa as about people. They hav
Physiognomy just as expressive, and .he pi
:lced eye can tell to a dot to what genus t
la'.ong-wbere they come from-how long t
ir j likely to remain-and, most importan
ill, XB'dl they pay ? - They come
"Same in ra?s, some in tag?.
And some in velvet gowns."
. Here is one, for instance, apparently rn
'rom a rose wood escn.oire- the lines delic
is the tracery upou a rose leaf, and the n
perfumed and gilt-edged. It reads :
WJ A\TED, BY A YOUNG LADY WI
speaks te ve ra I languages, and is aa acct
jliahed per.'onner upon tne piaco.a situation aa Gt
?RNLS?. address U.Z.
The old ato-y-wealth and worth reduced
?raat. Some noble sister or daughter, dr v
ry the hard fate of war to earn ber Ja dy bro
nth those faculties which, in better timi
lsed to grace and beautify some happy if i
, Here's another "ad."-a roughfellow-Mott
all over and scratched off aa if the writer w
trying to Bee bow fur and fast he could alii
.ok. We know Ly the face of it that it caz
from some wholesale house down town wlic
they don't have tone to do such things nice]
but there's a Signatare at tue bottom whii
plainly says, "Bill paid on demand." Tb
suite, and che welcome guest is. laid away i
(enderly as a "biled" eh ?rt.
Take a third. The chirography is as form
Ind preoiae as if written by the rule of tire
Chere is a mathematical punotilio about ti
rory letters-a care in the diction which fiavoi
)f the banking boase and bookkeeper, an
says, "Be sore to dot my 'i's' and cross m
tv.' " The printer uaedano snob admonitioi
for when pot to it be can make a paying itei
>ui of fly-tracks.
Here is a fourth in the pile-a regular a od
lologer. There are nether periods, comma
it capitals. It is written apparently with th
;nd of a stick, and wi. li on unactivated disre
?ard for the Queen's Gng?9b.*&'j words ru:
togo thor and aro misspelled to snextent whicl
would excuse a man if he should trausfor th
innouncement of a wedding into a notice of i
horse race. Tais "ad." tells plainly of ad
lantagea neglected in early youth; but af te.
Ul it is as thoroughly representativa of ono o
mo classes of tho community, who look foi
laylight tbrou;b tha columns of a newspaper
is any of ?ts moro pretentious and bus in cra?
ike com pan ?pas.
So they cotne-good, bod and indifferent
lambie and exalted-each destined to woar a
lew faoo in the moraine's issue, and perform
ts errand co tho thousands from whom a peru
tal io expected. Some of thees self-same mis?
fires may before to-morrow night determine
he wea' or woo of a human being. Many an
idverti'ornent, simple as it may scorn, bas
>een hg with fate.
Eut a truce to ibis digression. Take our
om, and ba introducad to
THE DAILT NEW3 COONTTJIO-BOOfiL
H>. 149 East Bay ! jiebind that long conn?
ie*; surmounted by desks and a railing, is our
jisinoss department, the presiding genii of
?bich are two staid "gentlemen in black."
ibo one at the desk yonder, with a pea reet
117 familiarly on bis ear, ia our bookkeeper.
Io's perfectly at borne wboro he atonda, and
ever moro happy than when cashing accounts,
specially old ones.
The other gentleman is devoted to visitors
dst Lite yourself. Ho can fix your price to a
?ne; when fixed, he marks on your face "paid"
ir "charge-," as tho case may be, then
annotates you on a murderous looking wire,
rhere yon remain pinned through the vitals
in til the boy com re down stairs for "copy."
ibo other yo an? gentleman at one of the desks
3 oar mail cleric, and is jaar now busy writing
be thousands of wrappers which ara to enclose
?ns NEWS to our subscribers in tbe morning.
Vo will return io bis operations by and by.
Looking around tie room, you will see that
t is a spacious apartmont. The painting on
be side walls especially is very beau - if ol and
ttractive. There's nothing like it bi town,
nd probably it is fortunate for the inhabit
ants thereof that there ia not; for if anything
calculated to provoke a diabolical nightmare
is the impossible events depicted upon that ii
probable b a ckgro und, in c piora that would ma
a rainbow blush for its reputation. The tra<
tion of the place furnishes no explanation
the extraordinary scenes which the artist h
sought to preserve. The architecture
unique, the costumes antique, and the dec*
being done very tragique. The perspective
frightful: the figures have a vindictive asp?
and the subject g?n?rer ally is "grand, g lo on
and peculiar." There is nothing like it <
thia side of the water ; and if it has au origin
m the old country, it must either be :
Amsterdam, Rotterdam, or some other "dan
place to deponent unknown. They do whispi
that when the Irenen Coffee House waa
spoon gymnasium and the guests crooked the
elbows periodically, the side ol the room alor
said served all the purposes of a Protean pi
ture gallery, where, according to the capricioi
eyesight of the -assembled Bacchanalian:
could be seen in wonderfully rapid rotatio
Barnum's H jseum and the happy family, N
agara Fails on tire, the destruction of Coluu
bia, the Black Hole of Calcutta, the battle <
Waterloo, the boy that atood on the burn in
deck, or "any other man." There is no doul
that many a Hr. caudle has carried home t
his better half from this gay place the most c;
alted notions 01 what may be termed "big
old art." But let us ascend, to
TBS COOAPOSDXO BOOM.
Yoa observe here three marked features-a
abondance of space, good ventilation, an
plenty ot bight-all of which are essential to
well appointed establishment. You observe
too, thar notwithstanding there are fifteen o
j twenty persuns at work, it is as noiseless as
church in prayer time, save an incessant elie!
oiick, cLck, that sounds very much Ilka th
ticking of a score of clocks. This is cause
by the compositors in manipulating the type
aa yon will presently understand.
The furniture consists chiefly- of a series c
stands arranged along the middle of the room
and at light angles thereto, so aa to catch th
light sidewise from the windows on eithe
side. These stands are breast high, and s
constructed that when the cases coutainini
the type are before him, the prater face
as it were a desk, in the cover of whtel
are a number of bttle compartment*, (tech
mcally called "boxes.") Bach of these bxx?
is filled with a type of one part?cula
kind-those letters which most frequent!:
occur, such for instance as a-e-i-t-h-oi-n-i
being nearest to bis band. Thus the letter
ia used say sixty timos whore tba letter z i
wanted once; so that it ia necessary, tor chi
parp?se ot oconoa iring tho space over wa i ci
the hand most travel*, that th-.se often recur?
ring letters should be within tho shortest pos
sib.e reach. Just behind, and rising rr om chi
upper edge of the desk-like arrangement des
cribed, ie another case simular to the one be
low. This is known aa the upper casu, an<
contama the capital letters, foot-note marks
dashes, parentheses, asterisks, Sx. All chi
other letters, f gores, punctuation and quota
tlcn marks, hyphens, Sx., are to be found ?
the lower case. This cari?os cembinatioa hoi
been the result of much experience, bat it ii
now believed to be as near perfection os it ii
possible to be. There ara other adjuncts o
the place to which wo will come directly. ?
word or two about
Patient, industrious, generou-sf all pub?
lic eervants, bo u the most devoted. Nc
member of society toils more, and is appre
orated leas. Laboring while others Bleep; bu
hand in almost restless motion from twelve tc
eighteen hours a day, at an average rate o:
speed feater than that of a pianist; standin;
incessantly, with eye and brain occupied-aac
all that the great community, *bo have aol
one thought f .r bim. may enjoy the blessing
of their morning's paper, with ita news hoi
from the telegraph wires of tbe world-ri tbers
be a slave to any profession or pursuit,' thal
slave is emphatically the printer. His ii ac
art, however, that makes men. Look for serons
individuality, for marked character, for pride
that brooks no-sort of alight, f or perseverance
tba t co c que rs d?Bculty, for a sturdy bravery that
on evety field of battle in the United states
and Mexico bas voluntarily left its mirk-and
you will find it in tho printer. Of his ability, sea
j the signal tramples among tbs best editors in
the country and the mose distinguished pub
' ho men; and for bia private worth, lo k into
i the pleasant homes and around the fireside enr?
oles, which, howsoever humble, the industri?
ous printer still eau call his own.
i Bot it is time, dear adveitiaement, to m tra?
duce'you to the foreman of thia department.
Already bo ia inspecting yon admiringly, for
ho knowe that you aro in good company. He
handles yoa tenderly,-for you are endorsed
"paid," and calculates h vw maota of your."non?
pareil* proportions aro enticed to "small
cape." He reade, perhaps, that you ara "A
Want," and marka yon accordingly. Well, you
are no exception to tba role. Mankind, at boat,
is only tbe embodiment- of a want, unplied if
.not expressed. As tho poet says :
"Man wants a muchness hore below,
And wanta that muchness strong."
You are laid away on tho foreman's table,
face down, to toko your torn when tba printer
comes tor "copy." Possibly you may hava to
wait uni il the afternoon, because from ten
o'clock bo the morning until about throe P. M.
the compositors are employe! in "distributing
matter,'' as it ia called, or, in other words, dex
terously and rapidly separating each lotter
which appearod in yesterday^ paper from its
next neighbor, and throwing it back into the
little compartment whare it belongs, to be used
again tc-day. Tao accomplished printer per?
forms this operation nearly as fast as you can
count ; but the type must always be wet for the
purpose, or otherwise words would stick to?
gether in consequence of the severe preseure to
which tbey have boen subjected, and the deli?
cate work required of thumb and finger would
bs of no avail.
We will Buppoao tao aftornoon to hare ar?
rived. Coats are laid away, sleevos roiled up,
and feet encased in alip-ehods. Tbe ice-cooler
is refilled-for printers drink a great dael-of
water, copy is given out, and work begins.
Your time has como too. A string, with a
small paper weight attached, bolds you down
on tho dosk-liko surface of ene of the stands
which boa been described, to keep tbe wind
from taking improper liberties with jour per?
son, ned the quiet printer seana you attentive?
ly. He looks jon through-seas bow much
you will make-whether yen aro constructed
grammatically, or spejlod according to Gunter.
All right Now commences the metempsycho?
sis, m which, according to the ancient
belief, your soul enters another body, and
you live-"L '."-which in journalistic
technology means "till forbid."' The iastru
m mt by which this change is edee tod are the
tiny metallic bars, less than an inch in length,
lying all around you, tho form of tho lotter
which it is intended to pri.jt being cast upon
ono oud of it. Thcso are neither very hard
nor aoft, nor brittle, and their thickness cor?
responds with the size of tho letter. If made
from steel or iron alone, they would hurt thc
band and be subject to rust, if mado from
lead they would woar out in an hour. A com?
bination of lead, tin and antimony melted
and by machinery mn into a mould, shaped
and polished, has thcrsf jro been selected to
serve tho purpose required. When iii addi?
tion thoy are copper-faced like thcae of Taz
NEWS-' OFFICE, they generally wear faithfully
for many months. Tbs ccet of typo varios
according to* their size, weight and fi:
I thc elaborate and ornamental specimens a
I times seen in job work being vary expon
i ? Each compositor is provided with a 1
iron frome known as a "stick," which gon
ly holds about twenty lines. This is reta
in the left hand, In order to facilitate
worn, every type, has "nicks" cut near the
pf it, which indicate that when transferre
the stick, that aide ia to ba turned ont. Ti
it for granted that the face of the type is ri
because it comes from the right "box,'' asl
glance only ie necessary to show that it is r
side up and mck outward. Tua unit or sta
ard of measurement for the work is the tyr
the letter rn; that type being exactly squat
form, it ia easy to measure by it, for there
always be as many ems In a line as there
lines in a space up and down the page equ:
the length of the line. A good compositor
set up ons thousand ems per hour, tho
some caa set fifteen hundred and even
thousand. There is a great difference in dil
ant men in respect to their natural eapacit
make quick compositors. This difference <1
not depend altogether on their mental qc
ties, but much upon the physical constitu?
of the n?rvea and muscles of tbe eye and a
When the compositor takes into his eye, fi
the copy which hes before him, a word or E
teuce, quite a long, nervous and muscular r.
cesa has to be goue toronga before the ty
representing the word find their places in
- ompoaing stick. His mind first separates
word into letters. His eye must than point
the several compartments, one after anotb
wbera .he letters ar s to be found. His hi
must move to them, and as he brings ei
type in toward the stick, bis eye must tia:
at it for aa instant io catch the positicn of I
nicks, and to dir act the hand in respect to i
manner in which toe type has to bs turned, a
than must be off again in aa instant to f
the compartment which the next letter ia
come from, in order to be ready to direct I
hand there tho inst int tbat the first typ:
placed. Then, taming the type over, a
bringing it in a right position into its place
tho stick, several sepirate motions of ma
different fingers are necessary, each of whi
requires a distinct trittamisaioa of orders do
the nerves of tha arm.
The printer hegins. He sees, for instan
that you are "A Want." He therefore gil
yon a "small cap" head,-filling the blank
either aide of the title with a series of ry i
shorter than the rest, known os "spaces." '.
reads on :
WANTED, BY A Yor.VO AI AN I
correct moral habits, who is a member
two temp?rant? societies, ami a regular attendant
church, a situation ha a bank, ko.
Tbs band darts hither and thither across t
c?se as fast as muscle poner can move it, se
ing letters and dropping them with a cat
click, into tiisir place under the left thom
There ia a space necessary arter every woi
and a comma required hero sud there, b
with a speed, precision and intelligence that
utterly incomprehensible to a novice, t
xork mechanically progresses until at last t
anal pe rio 1 is dropped in as a doxology; t
manuscript is laid a? i do, and there ia not only
new expresston rpon your face, but s weig
and solidity about your character which is
sinking contrast to the insignificant propt
tiona you proseettd only aiew moments befoi
You now enter upon a new role. With otb
"sticks tull * of matter you are "emptied" np
a brass-bottomed parallelogram with prot?t
ing end and sides, and there being about a ct
ania of material set ap, you are firmly wedgi
tn, transferred to tho proof-press, where jo
face is wall daubed with ink, covered with
sheet of paper, and all tbat you have to say t
yourself is transferred thereto by moons of
weighty roller which passes remorselessly uv
poper and type. Yon are now supposed
bi7a made "a good improasion " Yon ha
reached the dignity of "proof."
ia this garb you w Jl moke the aoquaintani
of a gratiana in with sharp ey en. who will rei
5 ou critically, correct your imperfections, ot
ii you are not already so, array you in your be?
b? b and tucker for presentation to the gre;
pualic to-morrow. You will observe that tl
paper attire in which you firot presented you
self, as weil as that of your editorial and loo
companions, in the "proof," ia in the hands i
a ?young person of begrimed ospcot, wb
"holds copy" wli?a tbe other reads. This i
ono of tho apprentices who has commence
ascending ths rounds of the printer's laddai
He is known by tho pro/one and unright:or,
name of "devil." He is, in foot, an intelliger
boy, who reads aloud from the copy while th
man poros upon and corr?ete tho corrosponc
ing print. This youth, however, cannot be oi
peered to toke o very warm interest in the bete
rogeneoua mass of literature he emits, on
more thon the little marble cupids in Italy co
be supposed to roi uh the water which is mad
everlastingly to gush from their months.
"Hell-box" is another wicked nomo some
times hoard in a printing office, and sign i des
place for .'pi** and refuse type. 'Ti" is simpl
a conglomeration of matter that hos been se
up, arid by some diapenaation of Provideco
knocked down again-on event which produce
consternation from one ond of a printer to th
.other. Tho careless follow who happens to b
tho cause of the accident;-especially if an or
tioie ready for press ha des troy o J-will imme?
diately boar words of tho most fearful import
Adjectives of terrifying proportions aro utter
ed with abdominal emphasis. The small boy
koop out of the way of mallets end shooting
stioks; eyes snap pj rotechnically, nnd mono
syllables are jerked forth with o trip-hamme:
power that disturbs tho entire serenity of tin
place until this mischief is repaired.
Having had your imperfections marked b*
tho proof- roader, you are recommit to J to tbe
bauds of the compositor by which you wero ?cl
up. En thou makes tho corrections required,
which generally cousiot cf inverted or mis?
placed letters or improper punctuation. A
second proof, or 'u'ovise," is now taken, com
pircd with tho first, and, if all right, tho galley
oa which you stand is set asido until thc
"mauor-up" is ready to transfer its conteurs lc
Iba columns of tho paper. Wo shall soe hon
this is done directly. Meanwhile, being on tho
' revise, ' you mutt pay o visit to
THE nOITOUIAL DEN,
And be inspected there. You cross tho gallery
which connects tho composition room v?ith the
main building, end outer a series of apart?
ments unod by tho oditoriol and roportoriai
staff. In all woli-rogulatod offices tho editorial
work is divided amongst tho vorious assistant
editors and reporters, the wholo boiug subject
to tho supervision of tho managing editors or
proprietors. Tho commercial and marino in
tehgence receives peculiar attention, and is
the result of close and unwearied labor. The
local news first obtained its prominence in
Charleston ia tho columns of this paper, and
our corps cf reporters keep the public fully
informed of nil that is going on around thom.
Tbe nows editing, or the selection and ar
rangement for publication of news from
tho now'papers ot Europa, tho Northern
Western and Southern States ot America, ns
well 03 from the interior of Carolina, is a work
of groat importance, and a brief tima ?lia.vs
tho difference between a piper that is carefully
edited aod one. that is morely scissored. Of
tho strictly editorial work of THE iNEWs-that
is, tue preparation ol original couirnonts upon
tho politics, trade and general events of tho
day-little can bo said, because in loading jour?
nals tho Deus ex machina is ncvor publicly
known. Impersonality is ono of the first roqu -
sitos of independont and influential newspaper
mooagoroent, an! it cannot ba maintains;! if
the readers of a journal know to a ceri
Who ia the writer of any particular lead:
?ditorial article. ? word or two about
THE BOOTINE 07 THE SANCTClf.
Editora and reportera assemble at
Bound Table" in the morning between te:
eleven o'clock, and tbo labora of the offic
planned. Tbe local reporters go down
and surge around. The editors retire to
desks and busy themselves in prepai
for the labors of the day and night. Not
five or six o'clock P. M., however, does tl
tual continuous work begin. By thia tim
printers have commenced composition, a;
ly number of articles have been prepared
.others are sure to tollow without internus
Later the telegraphic news begins to cou
in confused and perplexing masses; th
quires deciphering and arrangement. G
are to be affixed, headings made, and the
disjointed matter put into au intelligent s
for the compositor. The "copy hook" ii
supplied, but tho nimble fingers of tho pru
consume it rapidly, nntil by eleven o'clo<
thereabouts tba foreman says ''enoti
Everything is now given out, and""rev
begin to come m-editorials, locals, sei?
matter, poetry and advertisements-all mi
without rogard to subject or order. The;
closely scanned and sent back to the con:
ing room, and soon after midnight tho ia
of tho edi ona! department aro generally i
"MAltTNO-UP THE FOBM."
Oaco moro iii the composing room,
find that there, also, ?york is nearing con
tion. The matter that hos been soc up
corrected on tho galleys is transferred I
huge stone tablet, os which rests tho
fram9, or "chase,'' tint encircles tue rem
ot yo3t;rday'd newspaper. The "maker
ruca hm eye over tho several g illoya and
lsct3 tba advartiseme its. These be sapai
from tho other matter and arranges accon
to taeir rospoctive titles, under tho hoad
''groceries," "soeclal notices," "auction"),''
io.. Utting each tenderly and dropping i
its place between tbo column rales. Tho
sido form," as it is called, consisting of the
inside pages of tho paper, ia LOW seen
fastened at tho sides by means of wedget
" quoins," which servo to koep every typi
place, and permits its removal to tho p
room. This process is denominated " 1
j The outside form, which is reserved
i cause tho latest news by telegraph is alv
on the first page, soon follows, and the t
printer goos home to bis nightcap. By
time it is two or throe o'clock in tho mora
It must bo remarked that in THE Di
NEWS press room both forms, i. e. tho wi
four pages of matter, are put on the bed of
press at once, so that each revolution of
cylinder gives a complete copy of THE NE
This is dere to economize time and labor,
requires presses of tbe giant size which
bavo in use. On the presses of our city c
temporaries only two pages aro printed t
THE PBES8 BOOM.
Thia is on the ground floor and in tho rea
the counting room. The steam engine roon
also close at hand. Hero are two presses,bo: i
the Taylor pat ern, with a capacity for print
5000 sheets an hour. Formerly ono sufficot
print, in good season, the whole edition of 1
NEWS. The increasing circulation of the
per. however, compelled us to add anoil
and it is not by any means improbable th:
third and still taster machino will, oro long,
necessary to supply tbo groking demand.
Tho operations of the press are too com]
cared for description m detail, but some of I
more piominent tentures may be briefly
fir re J to. The "forms" having been Jct do
from tho upp.r story through a frap, are I
upon the broad iron had of tho press. 1
pressman now loosens tbo ''quoins"around l
aides of. tho ' chaso," and with a mallet a
block o? wood called a "planer," proceeds
pound i cg to "plane" or smooth down any i
qualities of surface that may erast. This doi
he agbin "locks" the "form," firmly Bocurei
to the press, and tells the engineer to .'
ahead." Tho visitor who watches the machi
in operation will soe a boy si anding on a pl
form rm tho right side. He is called thefsedi
and hos a pile ot damp paper on an inclio
plane over tho prosa and under his hand. C
der this pilo of paper is Ihe impression cyl
der. Tho feeder places tho sheet against t
guides, when it is caught by the nippers :
teched to the cylinder and drawn around t
oy Under on to the form placed on tho bed oft
proas below. Arter tho impression is given, t
nippers lot go ibo sheet, when it is carri
along by tapes to a light frame-work callee
fly, which delivers it lo a table in a smooth ai
It bas taken thus much to describe how 01
paper is printed. You wiU be astonished, pc
haps, to learn that tho act itself is repeal*
almost as fast as you can conveniently count
SI.UUNQ ANS BEUTEST.
AU this work must be completed before tl
earliest train leaves tbe city, for railroads a
the arter es through which flows tbe iifc-bloc
of a popular newspaper. Accordingly, bo;
seizs Uie slice te as fast as they come from tl
pre83 and fold thom for tbe mail clerk and fi
tho agents, by whom they are delivered to tl
city feubscribere. Tbo former, ai wo bavo a
ready seen, hos prepared bis wrappci-s ?ar
in tho day. Now, ibo number of papers 6
each postoffice and individual must be singh
out and enveloped. This is dono with grei
rapidity, a printed address and a Uti lo pael
economizing the timo that would otherwise I
required. The bundles aro trmsfoiTod lo tl:
postolhco, and that is the lort wo seo of then
Moanwhilo Ibero is a crowd waiting outsido
tho newsboys. Long before daylight they b<
gin to swarm, until you may count a bundie
and fifty, and i uch cnotber i ack of hap :
careless, dirty young rascals-little fellows wb
look ns if they had been born in a rag-bag au
bred m a charcoal cort-aro not to be fount
we venture to say, this side of the "AU Quiet
river. Boys will bo boys; but for a specimen brat
or' a saucy, independent, hair-pulling, clotbcfc
tearing, ear-splitting atoir of humanity, who i
"everything by turns and nothing long"-wb
wears :i don't-care-a-cuss-ativoness on his Puck
like face, and is never moro contented thai
whou kic ing up o row in tho infant Paudemo
nium-you may take any one of our kundra
newabo> s and embalm him as a natural curio?
tty in his lino. To supply them with papen
requires the temper of au angel ami tue pn
tio.ice of o Job; but tho task is lioaily accom?
plished, and oil they go, bowUng Uko dervish
es, "Hyai'a yer Dai!o-c No-oso!" Their treble ii
pitcbodso high that it frequently degenerate;
into nu unmitigated shriek, and at tbat witch
ing hour of the morning when wo woo ont
pillowc most ?wcotly, tho majority of persoci
who bavo no car for musio would rather lister
to a arron ide of Thomas cats than to the bar
baron* yolls of thoso young Arabs. Tho tu
dustrious Utile fellows, however, make mono]
-and i bey make men too. In thi n-way tho]
arc public benefactors, for before seven o'clocl
t'ooy have, m conjunction with tho regular car
riere, supplied Charleston with a record o
every important event that bas occurred in lin
civdizud world during lha prrceding twenty
Our labor ie dono. In ono sbapo or anulbei
we huvo curried ibo reader through every de?
partment of a complete newspaper office, and
now lay Ibo grand result on bia breakfast
I i 1C22 a Frcnc? physician ?iiiag his visit*
welcome whenever he' brought to nie patients
any gossip, applied to Cardinal Bichelieu for
a patent to publish the Pana Gazette. This*
waa the Ara' newspaper, and thug originated
the great journalistic system of the age. To?
day there are upwards of Are thousand news?
paper's iu the United States alone, infusing life
and rigor into all the intellectual faculties, and
contributing their giant power to the progress
which marks the greatest op nc a of m 3 ata I
energy that the world has seen.
As you open and sean these pages while care?
lessly sipping your coffee, you may not bestow
a thorjght upon the countless agencies em?
ployed to produce the result. The gatherer of
rags, the mechanism of the paper mill, the
process of mann facture, the purchase and sup?
ply, the daily collection of newe oy mail and
telegraph, the labors of editora and reportera,
tbs work involved in the manipulation of every
one of the letters you read, tho tireless indus?
try of printers and pressmen, while you are yet
asleep, the intricate machinery by which at
last the newspaper is circulated through city
and country-all th9S9 are items that may pass
unheeded ; but one fact there is, which cannot
be ignored. The crud9 thought of yesterday
has taken a 1: vin ? shape to-day. A pebble has
been thrown into the *reat pool of life, and the
ripples will roll on bag after you have forgotten
the cause, silently achieving their end. Thus
noiseless ia the growth of corni Watch it
night and day for a week, and you will never
see it uro But return after two months and
you will find it all rip ailing for the harvest.
Such, and so imperceptible in the stages of
their motion, are the victories of THE NSWS
THE G ea HAN SCHUTZEK.-The Zeitung sug?
gests thit the black bear taken to New York
as one of the priz33 for the Greit National
Schutzaniest, will be a very fair specimen of
the fall-blooded rebel, and that the accompany?
ing silver pitcher will be ocular proof that
Sherman's bummers did not carpet-bag ail the
sdver in the State. When the Charleston dele?
gation sailed for New York on Wednesday, they
were hailed with thundering cheers, and re?
sponded by singing "Wnat is the German'?
Fatherland," while tho trl-color af tbs North
German Confederation was unfolded and waved
in tho breeze. Bon voyage, Messieurs, al?
though a ?t?o late.
TILE TEST OATH OF LirotSLAToaa DISPENSE
WITH.-General Canby has issued General
Orders No. 117, containing an official espy of
the law, familiarly known as "Ibo Omnibus
BUL" to which tho following instructions are
The provisions of lbs second and third
sections cf the foregoing law, authorizing and
requiring the Legisla .urea of the several
States embraced in ita operation to "convene
at the end of twenty days from the time thia
Act takes effect, unless the Governor elect
shall sooner convene the same," and direct?
ing that whoo any State shall, by its Legisla?
ture, duly ratify Article Fourteen of the amend?
ments to the Constitution of the United States,
proposed by the Thirty-ninth Congress, the
officers of such State, "duly elected and quali?
fied under the Constitution thereof, shall be
inaugurated without delay," are regarded aa
dispensing with the oath of office prescribed
by the law of July ?, 1352, so tar as it clucerna
the members elect of the Legislature vho are
not qualified by the constitutional amendment
known as Article Fourteen. Accordingly, so
much -of the provisions of General Orders No.
79, of May 2.1868. and No. 83, of May 12.18?8,
aa requires the members elect of tho General
Assembly of the States of North Coolina and
South Ciro tina, respectively, to take the o ita
of office prescribid by the Act of July 2,1932,
before eutering upon the discharge of the da
ties of their offices, is hereby revoked.
BASE BALL.-Below we give th9 ? core of the
game played on Saturday afternoon, DJ tween
the fin>t nines of the Eclipse and Carolina
Clubs Tho playing on both atdea was spirited,
aud scowed a great, improvement on the part of
the Eclipse since the previous game, and
which will require som'exertion from tho
Carolinas to overcome in the .return game,
which will be played shortly, and in which wo
hope to see both sides out with full nines:
fi. 0 fi. 0.
L F. W. Meyir. p... .0 1 I. Oropelo, L f.'J 6
2. & t-turien. c. T....0 J 2. Daly, 1 b.3 3
X Millar, 2 b.3 2 3. Buaer. cf.3 4
4. dook. 1.8.1 fi 4. Abarte, c.4 O
0. KCCIOQB, ?b.I 3 J. ?L O'Neil. 2 b..1 0
6. McGuire, lb.3 3 H. M. Fallar. 3 b. .5 1
7.. rowan, r. f.5 2 7. McCabe, p.3 3
8. W. Murken, c.2 4 a. Foina, r. f.-J 1
33 21 23 IL
Fly; C?ugV.- Eclipse- W. Meyer 2, E. Starken.
3. Miller I. Soak 1, W. Mu kan 1.
Fi.i Oaughi -Ciioina- Daly 1, O'Neal L, Mo
Scorer:_?immona, Eclipse; C. J. Lauroy, Caro?
Time of gnmo 3 boara 35 minutas.
The Alert and Eclipse -Jinns will play a
match gamo this af eraoon.at S o'clock, ' a
tho Citadel Gieen. Tba A .er ta will le*7? for
Savannah in a lbw days to engage with the
For?st Ciry Club, and confid ently expect to
bear off tho palm.
HOTEL Aima-VALS-PaatHon Bolet, June TH
James A. Cougdou, Pennsylvania; H. II. But?
ler, Atlanta; H. S. 8m;sor, Jr., Aiken; J. Ma
June 28-Samuol D. Dean, Augusta; M P.
Boberts, North Caro'ina; C C. Cambridge, Near
C'-.aricsfon EoLi, June 27-W. T. J. 0. Wool
ward. South Carolina; C. Spelman, J. W. Grif?
fin, 3. G. Sch?ler, Augusta; 0. H. Hart,, etty;
Wm. Grogs-, Aiken; H. T. Shaw, Geo. 0. H. P.
Seem, New York; Charles B. Broid, ?- P. A.;
Henry 8. Tionc'xea, Neva Scotia; Wm. L. En
uermus. C. C.; Tames 3. Gaines, wifs, ch ii 1 and
nurse. Savannati, Ga.; Mrs. 0. B. Hart, Misses
Oumpbeii, Goo. P. Farrar, Jacksonville, Fla.;
Goo. W. Giles, ?. S. A.; J. A. Daral, wi5e and
chrld. Stepheo C. Mille*-, Beaufort; H. J. Che?
ney, Tennessee; E. H. LuvhuRtoa, U. S. A.;
Cacf . J. IL Richardson Savannah; CapL John
M. Jones, city.
June 23-Jas. S^co, R. Ttomlinaon, city; BL
P. and MiaB E. Moffitt, Sirs. Wynn", Georgia;
Wm. J. Walker. Washington, D. C.; Wm. M,
Coleman, Raleigh; Goo. W. Grofflin Biltimcre.
Tf you want cheap BUak Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, EBV?'??JK?, Papet;
ftc ; ot Miller's A ?mana. ;
rf you ?ant Printing o recated neatly;
C: you want Book.? bo and in any style, or Account
Boo UH made to order, w.th say desired pable ta of
rulin go to Hiram Barris, Agent, Md. ? Bsoad
DELA? NO 1/3 Na ZS in pnxmrmg au i inproved
kerosene stove, if you would save expone sad ?? tal
your CLO ling ni hout heating the bon ?inhumaner.
Ho servant required. AU Ute ladies axe using 'hom.
They caa be had at J. B. Dara! at SOB, ?V-. 337 ?ing
LADEE8 FCTB rusvELLiso Tausas.-John
Commins No. 131 Me>-ri=g-atreet, oner* tome of a
S'.ipeiio- maka for salo. nari ?Ad?t
ATTENTION.-Ii von want to save time and
m-mey m purcbantag dry and facey goods, read
r ureb^ott ft Bro th cr* * advertiionteat.
t'a noa GOSEN AND BLAHS TEAS, ono dollar
per pound, at WUaoa'a grocery, northwest comer
Sucio, v nd Anson streets. Ooods de'rv?red tree
HS' A- A-A -A-A-THE BEST DYSPEP?
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Bitters. They never Sail to give reuet Gry a bettie,
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