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' jN" ?: W S -SUMM A. K Y
-Gold closed atNow York at 40|,
-At New York cotton closed dull and
.- shade lower. Sales 700 bales, afc 32|c.
-In Liverpool cotton^ dosed quiet, prices
unaltered. Sales 12,000 balear
I ? - A railway on ? novel plan is bunding in the
neighborhood of Paris. There is but one rail,
on this':the ^ving-wheel of the locomotive
"_? reat3rthe two other wheels rest on the common
" io id.
-S agar candy, it is - estimated, is con Bum ed
in the knited States at the rate of about 250,
'. - (WO, pounds per day, orr 100,000,000 per year.
--- "Of this amonnt,":New York rjianufacturea about
.23.030 pounds .per day; Philadelphia, U.OOO;
. O^cago,-H000;''St.'Louis, 10,500; Cincinnati,
" - IQ;??; Balintore, SO JO; Boston, 7500.
-Forney is- moved to tears. The Washing"
. lei Chronicle of Tuesday says : '-Mr; Chase's
formal abdication of his principles, which we
pubiiah tooday over'; his own signature, is
ianough to bring tears tooths eyes of those
friends (if ho h af any ) whose" affection has sur?
vived tb e trials to which his recent conduct bas
: -The New Orleans Picayune protests against
.the performances of the reconstructed coroner
of that c4fcv He recently lei the body of a
murdered man lie some fourteen hours be?
fore, he mada bis appearance, and then sum?
moned no jury, but made out bia verdict,
aiter going ' through the dead, man's. pock ._
eis an? askin? how mrch he owed his' land?
-It ia-/believed by-Professor Lepsius, the
eminent archaeologist, that moteorio iron must
have been used by the ancient Egyptians in
drowsing the ?>]?>cks for tho Pyramids and the
other rude structures of Egypt. This he in-' 1
fers from the late date at which, smelting of I
: iron was made use of, and from the fact that 1
? when iron is mentioned in the earliest records 1
. it has ?TI?,?^-signifying "from the Heavens" >
_ attached to it. ,
-Gc orge Augustus Sala ? the man who go t y
the London Telegraph into its libel scrape.
He wrote up the trial of Biak Allah from local
newspapers and his own internal consciousness,. (
.without putting himself to the unnecessary *
tanbie of visiting the court. As a consequence
his paper is mulctedeome $5000. If justice
were as swift in this country^feahington ccb
respondeuta Ifould find th-tlroccupation gone, j ^
-Speakingo?-I?aMCl?auss m ann's improve
--Tn?SB Mi aria, a correspondent says: "Every
- body is complaining: and it baa been discover?
ed that, from the perpetual' puning donn and j I
tira ceaseless mising of hags of dust with water
for the parp?se of building up, the air is so
- impregnated with lime that, we breathe, eat,
; drink and inh ala it at every pore. If we drank j
the same liquor which Falstaff did, there cer?
tainly wouid now be 'lime in that sack.' "
-Experimen ts were lately made .in London
with a new omnibns having ten wheels and f
drawn by three horses. The inside of the car- t
riage is fourteen feet long, five feet wide and t
' ^ mr and ajulf feel high, and the whole is calcu
- lated to ;.jtrry sixteen passengers inside and
: twenty outside. It ia claimed by the inventor,
: a Mr. Hervey, that three horses will move this
vehicle th na loaded with perfect ease, and that
it ia in every respect superior to the old-fash
ioned Mud. '
. -Two colored boya, aged fourteen and six?
teen years, got into a fight in Memphis, Tenn.,
on the 10th Instant, in the course ot which one
' fired a pistol pointed ^directly at the head of
the other. The would-be murderer fled, while
the wounded boy fell as if dead. .Upon exami?
nation it was found that the ball had entered
the forehead, brit waa diverted from a straight
course by the ?kuli, and ploughed its way over
. the head. He soon 'revived and left for home.
^yA?other wild man has been found, thia
time on the Manitou Islands in Lake Michigan.
He is eight feet tall, coveied with hair, has a
beard hanging down to his waist, and an "in
tellectnal brow.:: There ia a a*ory thal some
twenty years ago a woman lost a child of four
years on the i ?land, and this is supposed to be
"the boy grown up." Those who -have seen him
are anxious to catch him in time to get in his
vote for Grant and Colfax.
-The neat, little ?New York Sun, which, al?
though 'Radical in its politics, seems always
.. willing to " treat fairly and courteously arl its
opponents,-says of the National Convention :
"It is noticeable thal the delegates ara of a
higher order than usual. We-observe a large
proportion of men of solid character, old men
of grave and reverend aspect,men who have
no: made sjohtics a trade, but who have,- on
, th's oocaaion," como from the retreats of pri?
vate life under the impulse of public duty.
r, There is little, indeed .almost none, of the
nolsyandJiurrah-Doya element so common in
. auch conventions. During the pre?n?nary
. cj^uhation of Saturday, there was the most
: respectful attention on all sides; the various
State delegations (with a single exception)
.-were prompt an I unanimous in their votes,
and seemed to enter into a pleasant rivalry for
.the honor of being foremost in pushing along
-the work in hand.'
-The court costume, which etiquette inex
j orably demands shall be worn at royal recep?
tions, will, in all probability, Boon be modified.
The London Standard says it suspects the
present style will not be endured much longer.
In a claret-colored coat, flowered waistcoat,
black breeches and white stockings, it is diffi?
cult for a man to look like a gentleman at all.
pr like anything but a footman in an inferior
suit of livery. The point tb be considered is,
if the present fashion be abandoned, what is
to berthe nature of the change? TheSran
.- dud thinks there would be no difficulty in de?
vising some respectable costume for court oc?
casions free from the objections to the present
rig. As it is, large numbers of gentlemen
never go into the presence of the sovereign
because they have not the courage to ap?
pear in the masquerade prescribed for them,
which is condemned on every side a3 ugly,
inconvenient, and foil of ignoble associations.
-The New York World speaks of General
Wade Hampton as "The Murat of the South.1'
It odds: "Rubens would have delighted to
paint this man's face. A strongly marked face.
The face of a hero and leader of men. Stand?
ing over sis feet, the figure athletic and full,
the shoulders ample and worthy to csrry a
head which gives promise of firm but quiet de?
termination. IQ brief, the head of a min who
has best represented the strength and intellect
of South Carolina in all the tiring years of her
checkered history. The face is bronzed with
the smoke and dust of many a hard fight.
Such a face as might be deemed the incarna?
tion of war when once aroused. The eyes
black and piercing, the chin solid, the jaws of
iron mould, asd surmounted by whiskers of
the English Guardman fashion. The man's his?
tory is a poem in its elf. We can call to mind one
man like bim in the chronicles of the Anglo
Saxon. That ?man was James Grahame,*Vis
count Dundee. Eoth wore sabreurs. Both
alike fought gallantly- for a like cause, the
cause of blood and birth, and both lost the
great stakes which they had cast headlong in
the fight. South Carolinians will tell you with
pride of his history, of his thirteen acres of rose
gardens, of his stable of magnificent blooded
horses, the finest stable in all the sunny lands
of the South, of his genius; his pride of r>vce,
his heroism and self-sacrifice forthe lost cause,
of the struggle^ which he made, and of his
manly and dignified silence Vf hen the South
was overthrown, horse, foot and artillery, by
the armed might of the North, and of his wise
counsel to his people since then. Hampton
has, like most of the Southern delegates in tho
Convention, but little, to say. He abides the
will of the people of the North quietly, and as
he-said yesterday, will be content and satisfied
with their choice. Mr. Hampton wears gray
pantaloons, a dark frock coat, is retiring in his
necktie, and is slightly inclined to corpulence."
FR DAY MORNING JULY 10, 1968.
The nomination of Governor SEYMOUR
and Mr. BLAIR by the National Democratic
Convention,-yesterday, caused Borne sur?
prise, but this feeling will not be allowed
to stand in the way of. their thorough and
earnest support. .It is the determination of
the people of this State to do all that men
may do to secure the success of the Demo?
cracy, and we do not go into the fight with
any fear of failure. Sooth. Carolina, negro
ridden as she is, will make a mighty strug?
gle io the Democratic cau?e,- and if she is
unsuccessful, victory shall cost the Radi?
cals as-dear as would defeat. SEYMOUR
?nd BLAIR must.Se our watchword-the
Platform of the Democracy our standard of
A Live Paper.
We published, yesterday, the' full text of
the Democratic Platform-a message of
lome thousands of words-telegraphed at
rreat cost to THE NEWS, that our readers
night be spared a delay of twenty-four
lours in receiving so important a docu
nent. This is the longest special telegram
?eceived by any Charleston paper since the
var.. We also- published special telegrams
rom Columbia, giving a synoptical account
>f the proceedings of the Legislature; and
his was accompanied by our Colombia cor?
respondence, which contained all the on dit*
it the State capital. In addition to these
ve gave the public our regaler dispatches
rom all quarters of the globe, together with
til the important news occurring ia the
?ity, and contained in the hundreds of
>apers Brought by the maila.
- At about three o'clock in the afternoon
ve received the message of Governor SCOTT,
hen being read in Columbia. This was
inrriedly* put in type, and Bhortly after
bur o'clock we published an " Extra " con?
dining, the message in full, and all the
gowing telegrams announcing the action of
he New York Convention and the nomina
ion of SEYMOUR and BLAIR. *
Our contemporaries of the Southern press
viii do well to watch THE NEWS, and follow
n the path its enterprise marks out.
Governor Scott's Message.
The message of Governor SCOTT present
id to the State Legislature to-day, and
aow published in full, is thoroughly Repub?
lican in language; but as was seen by the
synopsis published some days ago in these
columns, it is reassuringly moderate in sen?
timent and-apparent purpose. It bears no
mark of bitterness or intemperance of feel?
ing, but would seem to indicate that the new
Governor, while consistently a'ta'ched to
the party which raised him to his present
nigh position, is anxious to gain the good?
will of the respectability and intelligence of
the State, by recommending such measures
aa, in his opinion, are likely to improve its
prosperity and afford the surest protection
to every class of Its people. Liberality and
absence of malignity will not be overlooked,
although we recognize the radical uncon?
stitutionality of the legislation which placed
General SCOTT in the gubernatorial chair;
and whatever be the effect upon the hybrid
Legislature of the State, we may still thank
Dur stars that the Reconstruction Governor
of South Carolina has not shown the bit?
terness or obstinacy of a partisan poli?
The recommendation to fund the unpaid
ind accruing interest on the State debt to
Julyl, 1869, is a wise one, and it would be
well for Charleston if she had not, in re?
suming the payment of interest at too early
i day, exhausted her treasury without im?
proving her credit. Postponement will do
ac barm, and, indeed, cannot be avoided.
In regard to State officers charged with
the custody of public funds, it is advised
that their bonds be ample in amount, so as
to secure the State against loss. This wiii
not meet with much favor, because most of
the newly elected of?cei'3 will find it diffi?
cult, if not impossible, to give even the
bonds now required by law. "Ample bonds
and security" will preclude more than one
from qualifying, and so great a sacrifice of
party to justice should no: be expected.
Railroads are, in future, to be taxed; but
the Governor does not say how he will treat
those corrorations which are, by charter,
free from all taxation.
The sections upon the division of coun?
ties, the public roads and bridges, the ju
iiciary, explain themselves;* and in the sec?
tion upon the revision of the code, it is pro?
posed to do away with the plea of '-Benefit
Thc Governor urges the Legislature to
memorialize Congress to relieve every citi?
zen of the State from political disabilities,
sayipg that the. continuance of disfranchise?
ment would he "an anomaly under our Re?
publican system." It need not be feared
that such au "act of magnanimity" will be
mistaken by the class disfranchised, who,
by this time, fully understand what they
have to expect at the hands of their negro
In speaking of education, Governor SCOTT
says, emphatically, that separate schools
must be provided for the white and colored
children. Educational miscegenation "would
virtually gire to our colored population the
exclusive benefit of our public schools."
This is obvious enough to any intelligent
white man; but the negroes will howl and
yell, and believe that they see in this dis?
creet counsel the first step towards estab?
lishing, by law, the natural and insupera?
ble superiority of the white man-a supe?
riority which no legislatures and no mili?
tary power can long override.
The general advice given in relation to
the diversification pf crops in South Carolina
has more than once been urged in this
paper. Experience has done more than
lecturing could do, and our farmers are
pretty well convinced that cotton must not
be allowed to be the sole dependence of the
Upon the railroad question Governor
Scon is very explicit. Already Congress
has had under consideration the advisabili?
ty of regulating by law the rates to be
charged by railroads, so as to secure the
carrying of freight at a uniform rate per
mile. This idea meets with the approval of
General SCOTT, but he advises that the ne?
cessary legislation shall be carried out by
the State itself. The speedy completion of
the Blue Ridge Railroad is to be secured by
furnishing the company timely aid, upon a
plan to be hereafter submitted.
The State House is recommended to be
repaired and fitted up so as to make it
tenantable for the General Assembly and
Executive Department. The penitentiary j
is to be completed as soon as possible, and
Governor SCOTT speaks in high terms of
the Freedman's Bureau, but says that it
may be dispensed with in this State imme?
diately after the civil officers have entered
upon the discharge the duties of their re
The murder of DILL is imputed to politi?
cal causes, and Governor SCOTT trusts that
the guilty persons will soon be brought to
The presence of the military forces of
the United States is said to be a reproach
to a republican State, and when the militia
is organized those forces may be dispensed
It is recommended that the military or?
ders in relation to debts, distraints, ?ft., be
declared binding until repealed by the Gen?
eral Assembly. Governor SCOTT urges that
the salaries of all State officers shall be
placed at such a figure as will give them
only a reasonable compensation for tho dis?
charge of their duties, and in conclusion
expresses the hope that the Legislature
will represent the whole State unselfishly,
and that an era of good feeling and pros?
perity may soon return.
Our Late Mayor.
Colonel COGSWELL, who went out of office
as Mayor of Charleston last night, carries
with him thc best wishes and kindest feel?
ings of the majority of our citizens. The
position was an unpleasant one in every re?
spect, and only the rare tact, moderation and
quiet industry possessed by Colonel COGS?
WELL have enabled him to retire with so
high a reputation. In more than one in?
stance he has shown the liberality and gen?
erosity of his nature, and we hope that he
m iy enjoy many years of distinction and
Thc South. Carolina. Delegation to the
At a meeting of the Ward Six Democratic
Club, held on Wednesday night, it was
unanimously resolved that the South Caro?
lina delegation to the National Democratic
Convention be requested-to address-publicly,
on their return from New York, the Demo?
cracy of the City of Charleston. The. re?
quest was forwarded to the chairman of the
delegation by the committee appointed for
the purpose, and .it is believed will be cheer?
fully complied with.
It must be confessed that the Democracy
in Ward Six have acted politically with
great vigor. They have completed their
organization, have several hundred mem?
bers in their Club, and now await the action
of their brethren in other warcU in form?
ing societies similar to their own. In
inviting addresses by General HAMILTON
the Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL and the other
members of our State delegation, they have
fairly opened tho campaign for SEYMOUR
and Bi. MR, and.it is hoped that by the
time our delegation arrives they may be
welcomed by a Democratic Club from every
ward of the city.
The State delegation to the National Con?
vention have acted with becoming dignity.
Their position was both delicate and pecu?
liar, but they may count on receiving the
well done of the people whom they have
represented so well. This greeting, we
trust, they may first receive in the good
old City of Charlton.
?ost wi) /ounii.
LOST, OX SISDA Y AFTElti\OOX LAM,
iroiu tho Boutkwe t corner of Bull and But
ledge streets, a SCOTCH TERRIER SLUT, blacken
?ray on back, and tin Ie:s aud snout. A reward
?.il! b? paid for thc return of thc same lo th" owner,
CORKER BULL-AND RUTLEDGE STREETS.
LOST, FOCH SHALL. KEYS ATTACH?
ED to a r?ag. J he finder will pleas- leave the
.-ame at THE CHARLESTON" DAILY NEWS. OF?
FICE. June 2(3
MR. JOH N V. JU CS A M BK AXD KA?
TH iN S. HART are this day admitted Part?
ners ia our Firm. HART & CO.
Cl OP A K TS EK S H IP S OTIC E.-TH E IA -
/ DERSIGNED have this day asso.iated theui
fflve-! iu business, under the name and style cf
REEDER k DAVIS, and will continue lue COlTON
FACTORAGE and GENERAL COMMISSION BUSI?
NESS, on Adger's North Whari, heretofore con?
duced by each individually.
Charleston, S. C., Joly 1,1S63.
Jciy 1 12
WANTED, IN A PRIVATE FAMIliY,
NEGRO WOMAN to do. housework and starch
and iron. One without children and recommended
as to character and capacity can obtain a comfortable
borne and $7 per month wages. Apply at THIS
OFFICE. _July 10
WANTED, A SITUATION AS BOOK?
KEEPER, i y a man who is competent, and
can give the most unexceptionable references. A
moderate salary onlv expected dur.ru the summer
months. <? Address V. M., Postoffice Box No. 92
Charleston, S. C._July 3
?TTANTED, ESTIMATES TO BtTLD
y \ THREE-STORY BUILDING on Sant^e. For
further Information, apply to WAGENER, HEAIH
A- MONS EES, Nos. 263 and 265 East Bay.
June 30 12
WANTED, AGENTS. -$175 PER
month to seU the NATIONAL FAMILY SEW?
ING MACHINE. This machine is equal to the stan?
dard machines in every respect, and is sold at the
low price of S20. Address NATIONAL SEWING
MACHINE COMPANY, Pittsburg, Pa.
June 29 t t_Imo*
THE DAUGHTER OP AN EPISCOPAL.
CLERGYMAN, of Virginia, desires a situation
as TEACHER. She is competent to teach the usual
English .branches, with Latin, and Music on the
Pian3. Address Miss N. H. MANN, care T. S. Coles,
Esq,., Charlottesville, Va. Imo June 29
"IT7*ANTED. A SITUATION, BY A RE?
VV SPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN, as Washer
and Ironer. One who is willing to maire herself |
generally usefullf required. Good reierences given
Apply at No. 7 QUEEN-STREET._June 23
can be obtained by applicaho n to t "UNION
-'ME," .rom 9 til ?ii o'clock daily.
Servants can also and places tby applicatio to th
same place, at the same hours. Inquire fo the M
bron, corner Church and Chalmers Etieet
WANTED, A SITUATION, IN ANY*
capacity as a CLERK. The subscriber is
willing to engage in any business, and will make
himself g> nerall.v useful in any way, and be satisfied
with a very moderate salary. Address "L. W.,'r
Charleston, through the Postofflce._June 17
ARESPECTABLE WHITE FEMALE
wishes a situation as CHILD'S NURSE, with
a family going North. The best reference given if ]
required. Address "M. X," office of THE DAILY
NEWS. June 3
WANTED. A PLACE AS .GARDENER.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, C. S. A.
who lost an arm in the war, and who is now in re?
duced circumstances, is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charge ot lots at Mag?
nolia. He is willing to work and can give the best
testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
Address J. H. THOMAS, DAILY NEWS Office.
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT AS
WATCHMAN, or in any other capacity in
which he can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who is in distress tor want of work. Ad?
dress "J. s.," Office ol the DAILY NEWS.
April 21 _
T TTANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
VV THE LEADING M AG A ZI > ES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway,
New York. Cmos April 20
WAITED. - A LADY OF REFINE?
MENT and education desires a situation as
GOVERNESS. References unexcepUoual For further
information, address Box 257, Postofflce, Richmond,
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
. April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
TO RENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of |
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF?
TO RENT. FIVE ROOMS, WITH GAS
and uso of Cistern and large yard, for twenty
dollars per month, In a House lately repaired, situa?
ted in a healthy and pleasant neighborhood, occu?
pied onlr by a gentleman and wife. Address "M. K.
P.," P. P., Charleston._June 4
TO RENT, PART OF THE RESIDENCE
No. 3 Rutledge-street, with kitchen rooms also,
if desired. June 3
O RENT, STORE-V?. 23 HAYNE
STREET, wiihFixtute3. The Store mus through
to Market-streeL Rent low. Apply at So. 13 HAYNE
SThEET. . '_May 2
Cl UMMER RESIDENCE.-FOR RENT,
O and thc Furniture FOR SALE, a commodious
RESIDENCE, eligibly located at Cainhoy, on Wando
River, fifteen miles from Charleston, with which
there is daily communication by packets. The
house has eight rooms, piazzas, stabling, and out?
houses, with a large and prolific vegetable garden.
The village ls among 'thc healthiest in the State,
being on salt water, with abundance of li-.h, ic., and
presents many attractions to those desirous of a
quiet and agreeable summer residence. Inquire of
or addreia F. E. RADCLIFF on the premises,
through the packet offices at the foot of Laurens
stroet. July 4
jPissoltition of Coportncrsbij).
D^TS S O^U^'?o~^---T^^
ADAMS, FROST k CO. ls this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All unsettled business will bc
attended to at thc office ot Messrs. FROST A- AU?
GER, to whom those indebted will melee make pay?
ment. ETSEL L. ADAMS.
JAMES ADGER. JB.
July 1, 1863. ROBERT ADGER.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE
FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COMMIS:-ION BUSI?
NESS at the unie Office, on Adger's North Wharf,
under the style of FROST k ADGER.
E. HORRY FROST.
JAMES ADGER, Jr..
July 1 wim 6
SHIP of MARSHALL, BUBGE A- BOWEN, is
this day dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. O. A.
The business will be continued under the name
and firm ot MARSHALL 4 BURGE, who will closo
np the business of MARSHALL, BURGE k BOWEN
and sign in liquidation.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
Charleston, Jrly 1, 1863. O. A. BOWEN.
July 1 wfm6
J: U^Dnc ?t-0n?k z
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHA RL ESTON.
THF. EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed cn Wednesday, July 15th. Instruc?
tion given in LATIN, GRt'EK, FRENCH, GERMAN.
MATHEMATICS, and thc higher branches of ENG?
Terms of Talton-310 per quarter, payable in ad .
No extra charge for French, Germar., or station?
ery. W. E. EINGMAN,
July 10 5 PrincipaL
PI W.IC SCHOOLS.
* EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY EXAMINATION
of- Candidates lor the office of TEACHER in
thc Public Schoa'u will be held at the Noinial School,
Hr. Philip-street; on Saturday, 11th instant, com?
mencing at Nine o'clock A. M. ,
Applicants are requested to be present punctually
at thc hour named.
. By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE.
JulyS 4 Secretary C. F. S.
NI CUT-SCHOOL : NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTW0RI'H-STREET. LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 3 o'clock P. M.
Terms-52 per mouth m advance
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Pry (Boote. (Cir.
QH ?AP 1>EY GOODS:
CHEAP .DEY GOODS!
WE WOULD IS FORM OUR CUSTOMERS AND
the Public In general, that we Lave leeched per re?
cent arrivals larj,> invoices of DEY AND FANCY
GOODS, which will b< soldat the LOWEST CASH
Just received by 8leam*h/p Manhattan 2 large lot
French choice colore! Di ESS GOODs, from 20 to 25
cents per yard-original '.ost 50 cents.
Bugle Silk Trimme. PARASOLS, from Si 50 up.
test Silk Mits, iron 3CS. up.
White Silt Kld.flniihjd Gloves, at very low prices.
A large lot ot Whit* Goods, lower price than any iu
SOO dozen Linen Towels, from 15c. up.
Ladies' Poclet Handkerchiefs, from 12'tc. up.
The latest sty ie of Ump Skirts, from 50.. up.
S-l Table D." uask, at 31 per yard.
Ladies' ant1 Mis-es White Hose, from 15c. up.
A very la? je assortment of STRAW GOODS, at low
A lo: of.?ne Ribiioa?, at various prices.
Gents' due Uudershir s, from 75c. up.
Gents,' best Englisn Hali Hce \ from 10 to 50c.
White Linen Du.-k, tc.
FURCHGOTT it BRO.,
Southwest comer King and Calhoun street?.
June 17 Imo
THOSE PERSONS WHO HAVE SIGNED TO OR?
GANIZE A GERMAN BASE BALL CECE wui
meet To-Night, at the German Engine House, Chal?
mers-street, at Eight o'clock. I Joly 10
* C AROLINA BASE BALL CLUB.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING THIS EVE?
NING, at Vigilant Hall, at half-past Eight
o'clock precisely. A full and punctual attendance
is earnestly requested, as business of importance
will be brought forward.
By order. C. J. LAUREY.
July 10 1 Secretary pro tem.
HOSIE LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIA?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Assoi tatton will be held This Evening, 10th Inst.,
at Masonic Hall, at Eight o'clock.
Dues of members received ss usual during the
day at the office of Mr. A. L. TOBIAS, No. 10O East
Bay, next south of the Courier office.
July 10 1 GEO. F. KINSEY, Treasurer.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
an Extra Meeting of your Company, This Even
in;/, at Market Hal1, at quarter-past Eight o'clock
A full and punctual attendance is requited, a? bu?
siness of importance will be brought up for your
By order. W. G. MILLER,
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATIEND AN EXTRA M EE I IN 3 OF YOUR COM?
PANY, at your Hall, This Evening, at Eight
o'clock precisely. A full attendance is particularly
requested as business of importance will be present?
ed for your consideration.
By order. JNO. F. LAFAR,
July 10 1 Secretary.
^ tECT UfR E ,
BIGHT REV. BISHOP PERSICO, *
Will be delivered at the Cathedral Chapel, on Sun?
day Earning, July 12, at Eight o'clock. Subject
..CHRISTIANITY, THE PRINCIPLE OF CIVILI?
Tickets-Twenty-five Cents each. To be had at
the Bookstores und the door.
The proceeds of Lecture will be appropriated to
the Catholic Institute. July 9
FOR SALE, A GROCERY STORE AT
the corner of Rutledge Avenue and Doughty
street, with Stock cf Groceries complete. Inquire
on the premises. A lease can be had if required.
July 30_ 4?
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, A VERY
neat COTTAGE RESIDENCE tn Summerville,
about 150yards from the Depot. House has 4 up?
right and 2 attic rooms on a one acre lot, with ne?
cessary outbuildings, situated in the most healthy
part of the village. For terms apply to BOWERS tc
S1LCOX, No. 506 King-street, or to P. K. COBURN,
Summerville. 2 July 10
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantity, price 7C cents per hundred. Anply
at the Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
Itottred in flanltruptnj.
I~N THE DISTRIC ? COURT^?F TH E
UNTIED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
Su-UTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
WATSON, BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To all
whom lt miy concern : The undTaigned^hereby
gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of JOHN
WATSON, in the District or Williamsburg and State
of South Carolina, within said Distriot, who hos
been adjudged'a bankrupt upon 1rs own petition,
by the District Court of said District.
Dated Juco 15. A. D. 1868.
Joly 3 13 J. E. SCOTT. JE" Asslyiee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNTIED STATES. DISTRICT OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA-IN THE MATTER OF FERDINAND
CHRISTM.AN-IN B A N KR UP ICY-PEI ITIO N FOR
DISCHARGE.-On hearing the petition in this eas;
this sixth day of July, A D. 1868, it is hereby or?
dered: 1 hat a hearing be had upon the some on the
twenty-fourth dan of July, 1868, at the office of B. B.
CARPENTER, Registrar in Bankruptcy, at Charles?
ton, ot 12 o'clock M., and that notice thereor b- pub?
lished that, all creditors who have proved their debts
and other persons in inte, cst may appeir at said
time and place and show cause If any they I ave why
the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted.
GEO. Sx BRYAN.
Judge of District Court for said District
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
JL UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOU1H CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOS.
R. ROBERTSON, OF CHARLESTON, BANEBDPT
PE'lTTIO* FOR FCLL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
MACBETH A- BUIST, PROCTORS FOR PETITION?
ERS-IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, that a hearing
bfe bad on the twenty-ninth day of July, A. D. 1868, at
12 o'clock M., at the Federal Courthouse, in Charles?
ton, South Carolina, and that all creditors, Ac, of j
said Bankrupt appear at said tim- and place, and
show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the
sa'd petition should not be granted, and that it be
referred to R.B. CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar of |
th. Fourth Congressional District, to report tbeieon;
and that thc second meeting of creditors be held at
the office of said Ee2istrar, on the twenty-eighth day
of Juli/, a* 12 M., 1868.
By order ot the Court, on this "th dar of July, A.
D. 1S6S DANIEL HORLBECK,
ClerV of the District Court of Ibo U. S. lor S. C.
July 9 tli3
XrrULBKRN & STELLING,
CITY SQ?A-EE SALOOS,
ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS THAT THIS
DAY TURTLE SOUP and STEAKS wi'.l be served
for Lunch, to their friends, from U AM. to 2 P. 31.
HAVING'SAYSD FROM THE FIRE OF THE
20th June a portion of my steck of
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE,
I have arranged the sam? and effsr it FOR ?ALE
LOW, a: thc
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF UASEL AND
ENTRANCE ON HASEL-STREET.
OPPOSITE THE * POSTOEPICE.
In connection with the above, I am opening Goods
received since thc fire.
SW Please observo ENTRANCE ON HASEL
STKELT, OpptWltc Posioflics.
July 7_tuf2_WM. L. WEBB.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION cf our cstallishmeat by fire on the morning
of 22 : Jnne, wc have reinev;d to thc ixlcuslve prem?
ise? formerly occa: led by
HAYILAND, STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HA?NE-SntEXT,
And will be?>repare I in a few da; s to exhibit Uin>
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market.
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARlICLEs IN OUR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OTT. FIRM
LEAVING IM ME FT ATEL Y EOE EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE PY THE 20rn SEPTEMBER.
HAYING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITS DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON
1TNUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN ii CO,,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS LY CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Haync-strcct,
July 8 2 mos
CHARLESTON, 9. C.
0~S~A~ D^~L~T"?T . ?
THE GREAT .
. AilERICAN HEALTH RESTORER I
THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER IN THE WORLD.
A Safe and Certain Cure (and the only one yet dls
SCROFULA IN* ITS VARIOUS EOBMS,
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargement and
Ulceration of the Glands. Joints, Bones, Kid?
neys and Uterus, Chronic Rheuma?
tism, Erup:ions ot the Skin,
Chronic Sore Eyes,
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Complaint
Pain in the Back, Imprudence in Life, Gravel,
GENERAL ILL HEALTH,
and all diseases of the
BLOOD, L?YER, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of hu nor and
bad taint, and restores the entire system to n healthy
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing
the slightest injury.
is not a secret medicine. The.articles from which it
is made are published around each bottle, and it ls
used and recommended by the Medical Faculty,
wherever it has been introduced, as a POSITIVE and
RELIABLE Medicine for Iiseases of th: BLOOD,
LIVER a-id KIDNEYS.
jO-Used and endorsed tsy the leading Physicians
everywhere it is known.
The following, among many hundreds of ourtjest
citizens, testify to its wondrous efficacy:
CERTIFICATES FROST PHYSICIANS.
BALTIMORE, Mn., March ita, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be the
BEST ALTERATIVE rs USE, and, therefore, cheerfully
recommend it as such. ,
THOS. J. BOYKIN, M. D.
BALTIMORE, February V.th, 1868.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence:
DEAR Sm.--I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alternare. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results-one a
case of recondary syphilis, in which the patient pro?
nounced himself cured after having taken Ave Dot?
tles of your medicine; the other a case of scrofula,
of long standing, which is rapidly iniprorln? under
its use, and the indications are that the patient will
soon recover. I have carefully examined the formu?
la by. which your Rosadalis ls made, and find ft an
excellent compound of alterative ingrelienta.
Yours truly, R. W. CARR, M. D.
Wc know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable Alterative, kc, and take pleasure in re?
commending it to the profession and the public.
A. D*MOORE, M.D.,
L. A. SMITH, M. D.,
j. H. WANSTEAD, M. D.,
R.G. BARHAM. M. D.,
W. G. DUGGAN. M. D.,
E. BARNES, BL D.,
R. W. KING, M. D'.,
B. WODDABD. M. D..
W. T. BREWER. M. D..
W. J. BULLOCK, M. D.
January 7th, 1868.
I hereby certify that I am personalty acquainted
with thc above named physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and stJn.Jiug in this com?
munity. T. C. DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson, N. C.
January 11th, 1863.
ROSADALIS WELL CURE THE WORST CASES OF
BEAD THE 8TATE1IZNT BELOW AND DE9PAIB NOT.
WILSO* COI STY, September 10,1867.
Dr, J. J. Lawrence:
DEAR SIB-My youngest daughter, aged five years,
bas been dreadfully afrii ted with Scrofula nearly all
her Ufe. I tried a great many physicians, but with?
out relieving her much; In tact, most of them said
there was no hope of cure. During the las: spring
she was worse than ever, her body and limbs being
covered with sores and blotches-with face and eyes
badly ulcerated and swollen. Whilst in this condi?
tion I was advised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your
Rosadalis. I at once procured three bottles, and
commenced giving it to her. The effect was magi?
cal. In less than a month, to my great astonish?
ment, she was entirely welL
I am sir, yours.
With much resuect and gratitude,
W. W. BURNETT.
ROSADALIS IS A POTENT REMEDY IN ALL
FEOil O. W. 3L0UNT, ESQ., ATTORNEY. AT LAW, WILSON,
I have beeu cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Dearness, of teu year-' staudiug. by
Rosadalis. GEO. W. 13LO UM.
ROSADALIS WILL CUBE THE VERY WORST
CASES OF CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
PonrssiocTH, VA., February 25, 1353.
Captain J. H. Daker:
DEAR SIB-This Is to certify that I have been
afflicted with Rheumatism for the last (ive or su
years, many time-; unab'e to move. I tried all medi?
cines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Haviug heard "Rosadalis"
highly scoken of. I procured a bottle, and finding
some relief, continued it until I am happy to sa;,
that I am completely well.
I not onlv consider the "Rosadalis" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I bclUve it aU-o a pre?
ventive, and cheerfully recommend it to the
Yours, very truly, . JAM25 WEBB.
ROSADALIS CURES ALL S-KLN DISEASES.
WILSON, N. C., Septeiub:r 15,18ti7
Dr. Lawrence :
DEAB Sm-In 1SC2 my sou. now aged five years,
was vaccinated with what proved tc bs impure mat
ter. whi.'h completely destroyed his health. He has
been afflicted with an inveterate and extremely trou?
blesome eruption of the skin, sometimes breaking
out in sores, kc. Rosadalis was . prescribed by my
family physician, Dr. A. D. Moore, After taking it a
?9W weeks my sou became and remains entirely well.
Yours, truly, J. B. DANIEL.
CHRONIC LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.
This is to certify that I was cured o: Chrome Liver
C<mplaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, afc.r having
bc u confined to my bcd and Lo s: tor a long time,
am trying various medicines without benefit.
I k?ow of several others lu ?hi, county cured
through the use of Bo .adalis, aud i- cn lie found lu
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all praise it as a great medicino.
Greene Cuuuty, Aupu-t ll, ld?-.
WILSON, January 7.1868.'
I hereby certify that I have us.-d Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my timi y as a general
Alterative ami Tonio, wi: u the inuit satistactory re?
sults, aud I therefore conscientiously recommend it
to the public as a medicine of rare and genuine
merit. JAMES W. DAVIS,
Sheriff of Wilsou County, N. C.
ROSADALIS.-This medicine has met with an un?
precedented success in this CGmmuuity. Car,taiu
Baker, the polite and attentive agent tor this city, in?
forms us that lt is next to impossitle tc supply the
demand made fer it; and that the medicine is effect?
ing some wonderful cures, and giving grea" sailliac?
tion to all who have used it.-"Norfolk ;Va.) Daily
Journal, November 2D, 1S67."
PSEPABED ONLT SI
J. J. LAWRENCE, ?I. D., CHEMIST,
(Late of Wilson, North Carolina.)
PEICE SI 50 rrn BOTTLE.
SST Sold wholesale by til the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all the large cities of the United states
and British America, aud retailed by Druggists every
All .. tters of inquiry, kc. promptly answered.
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO..,
PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURER?,
No. Iii Paltimore-?reet,
For sale by
GOODRICH, AV I NEMAN & CO,
DOWLE1 & MOISE.
No. 103 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Arti! 21 3mos
i&iocmts aub ^isrflianc?ns.
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
1 fififi BUSHELS FEEDING OATS. Landin?
JLU U U this day and to-morrow from steamship
COEN, HAT, Kiln Dried Corn Heal, in bMs
Bran and Shorts, kc, kc
Planting Peas. Apply to JOHN BINNS,
Nc. 19 Exchange-street.
Joly 10_ 1
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
?A HHDS. GBOCEBY SUGARS
Ot/ 50 boxes Grocery Sugars
125 bois. Grocery Sugars
60 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
Now landing ex sehr. Emma, from Matanzas, and
for sale by RISLEY k CHEIGHTON,
July 7 tuf2 Nos. 143 and 115 East Bay.
PIG HAMS, SHOULDERS AND
m STRIPS. %
CHOICE SUGAR-CUBED PIG HAMS (UN
Choice Sugar-cured Pig Shoulders (unbagged)
Choice Breakfast Bacon
A regular supply of the above received weekly from
the smokehouse in New York.
Davis' Diamond brand Hams
Fulton Market Beef and Family Pig Pork, always on
A choice article of Claret on drao-zbt, at $150 per
gallon, at the .
CO-OPERATIVE .GROCERY STORE,
- No. 107 Market-street,
?5* Goods delivered free of charge.
FRUIT! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
PEACHES AND APPLES RECEIVED EVERY
DAY from Aiken on consignment. The above
will be sold in small boxes to suit families by
BART ar WERTH,
June 25 Imo _ Nos. 55 and 67 Market-street.
r/---*-^/A-DEMIJOHN 8, OF ALL SIZES
O VJ\J \J 100 hampers Claret Wine B?teles.
For sale low by ? CLACIUS k WITTE.
April 21_*__3 mos
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BY
E. H. KELLERS k CO.,
March 29_No. 131 Meeting-street.
l\DAIRYME\. FARMERS M) OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTEB, CHEESE, EGOS,
FLO?B AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GBE?N FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOIVGAME, POULTBY,
NAVAL STO?ES, HOP8, ^
GINSENG, FEATHERS, ?
OILS, LARD, TALLOW.
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, ?Ssc., *
GENERAL. COMMISSION MEUCHA NT
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASBIJNGTON-STREET,
New Tork Citjr. -
And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complet? Price Car
rent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A* PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cords Furnished Free.
tHECAL ADVANCES MADE OS CO?rSIONMESXS,
Established May 1st, 18eo.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March* o lyr
Samnrjs atti' Crust Compart?).
^-~?~T ioH A~LT~
FREEDMAN'S bA VING
No. 7 4 FRO AD-STREET.
MONEY DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE THE
2?TH DAY OF JULY will be entitled lo interest from
July 1, at FTVE PER CENT.
June 30 IS Cashier.
JJO: FOR THE MOUNTAINS.
h. P. BRITTAIN k CO., PROPRIETORS OF THE
PLANTERS' HOTEL, Henderson ville, Western North
Ciirol'na, three miles north of Flat Rock, are now
prepared to accommodate all seekers or health at
moderate rates. Every attention paid to the com?
fort and wants of those who may give them a caB.
S. P. B. k Co. will meet at Greenville, S. C., any
who desire to come over the mountains, regardless
of their stopping p'accs, and guarantees a safe and
comfortable conveyance to Hendersonvllle in a nine
or six passenger coach.
Notify us at lea it one week previous, so that there
will be no ?iiaopoinfnient inbe'ng delayed at Green?
ville, S. C.
EAXES OF BOARD.
P?r Month.$25 00
Per Week. 8 00
S. P. BRITTAIN k CO.,
Hendersonvllle, N. C: '
June 23 vkc ? thS
1M A D A ?l E G 1 D 1 E 11 E >
COE NEE OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHAELESTON-. S. C.
Transient Hoard S- SO per Day.
BAL TIMORE, MAR YL AND,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
Aprii 27_ lyr
EW YORK HOTEL.
No . 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORE CITY.
O. M. HlLDItKTH -it CO., Proprietors.
TEIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL a5 popularly known in former rimes
uu der the mauagrr^ent ol J. B. MO SNOT, E*n., and
more receutlv i?dee that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
C '., is now rindet the proprietorship c: Jlessrs. D.
U tJILDRETH T. E. RUCEW Ai', uner this firm ot
D. M. HLLDRETHA-CO.
Tte senior partner from bis long experience as u
pi curie! or of the Veranda, St Louts and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, nattere himself that he can
a??urc hb inends and he public generally, that it?
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, sliall bs fully sustained . under its present
ma-.iaoement. lyr* February 13
DIERI C A N H O U SE,
THE VERY IMPORTANT AND EXTNESTVE
Improvements -which have recently been made in
this popular Hotel, tho largest in New Elland, en?
able the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
ami the Travelling Public accommodations and con
venieuce? superior to auy other Hotel in the city.
During the past summer additions have been made
ol' numerous sui:e.> of apartments, with bathing
room*, water closes, kc, attached; one of Tufts'
magnificent pa^senscr elevators, the best ever con?
structed, conveys guests to the upper story of thc
hou?c in one minuto; the enfrie? have been newly
and richly cirpcted, and tho entire house thoroughly
rei'leuisbeJ aud refurnished, making it, in all ita
appointments, equal to any Hotel ia the country.
Telegraph Office, Bilhard Halls and Cate ou the
firtt floor. LEWIS RICE k SON,
May 4 mw?3aws Propiietois.