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SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
THE CHARLESTON COLZSCTOItSBZIF.
WABHIKGTOS. July 5.-A special dispatch to
the New York Herald says tbat Dr. A. G. Mack
ey, recent ly removed fr om the Char 1 es ton Col
Worship, ie in Washington, olaiming that his
BuocesBor, Hr. G. W. Clark, isa Democrat, and
that be himself waa removed without sufficient
SAD ACCIDENT TO JUT EXCURSION
WruoHGioN, N. C., July 5.-While the
tteem tug Brandt with a large' party aboard
?sas returning to the city this i vening, a piece
Was blown oat of the boilier. This caused ter?
rible excitement, and William B. Meares,
Ch aries B. Axe y and E. H. Eilen, j umped over?
board. Arey and Bilers were rescued by a col
ored man in the lifeboat of the Wac ca maw, bat
Meares, riftex awimming one thoaaand yards,
was drowned. A maa named Henry Gilligan
' ip "BO badly scalded that his H te is despaired ol
Neil McLarin, the SQQ of Joseph HcLario, was
painfully but jaot danKerously hurt. There
were a number of alight casualties. The ac?
cident took place about six milea below the]
?ty. ' " ? "
THE ia LE OF THE BLEST.
KORI COBAW lOOtltnrre-JOSDAH DOSS HAVE 1
TIGHT- DE HOBAB' POLICY ASP I TB XYIXOT8.
WASHINGTON, July 5.-The Cubans here hare j
the following news : The Spanish troops at?
tacked Jordan near Holquin, and after a fight
of eight hours were repulsed, and compelled^ to
take refuge in the town. The Cuban loss was
SOO killed and wounded, including 20 Amer- j
oana. Tua Spanish loas was about the same.
The Spanish force con sis ted of two brigades,
trufarumbering the Cabana two to one.
Other adrices say that De Bodas is to carry i
out a policy of conciliation, and posit ?ely.to j
control the volunteer- organizations and main?
tain the supremacy of Boam, also that orders
have been ist-u ed w hi oh will prevent the c m
mieaionof such atrocities as were jeoeutly con> j
mi tua by Ltb c J. in Cinco Villas. The effect of]
thia policy has been to produce dissension ?
throughout the entire volunteer organization.
The volunteers who have given in their adhe- I
sion to De Bodas by surrendering the control of j
the forts, arsenals and other important posi?
tions are denounced as traitors.
A BIO JOB-A NEGRO OFFICIAI, IN.\
A PLANTA, Jury 5.-Several days ago two wo
len were arrested who had in their possession
: of a large sum in greenbacks stolen from
the United States Treasury Department at
Washington. Forged signatures were attached
to the notes, and large am <unta were pasaed
in Angosta. The women implicate Turner,
the newry appointed negro postmaster at Ma?
con, and he was arrested and brought to At?
lanta. An Investigation is in progress.
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* THE VIRGINIA LLBCTIONS.
RICHXOKD, VA.? July 5.-The preparations
mide by the military: and police for the elec- j i
.^PSa^t?2n?i0JWw.i?^ery ??mP,e.t*....?*l?.be? JI
lieved the elections will pass off quietly, not?
withstanding the excitement whioh prevails.
STARKS FROM. THE WIRES. \ j
General 0. O. Howard claims ono half of two
millions of property throughout the South.
Tbs Executive Department at -Washington
has important news from Cuba, but its chane
ter has not transpired
The New York Times of yesterday has a
leader declaring t*1 at Caoby's decision in re
gard to toe "tesl oath" ia io direct conflict
with tho opinions o? General Grant ?nd the j
course pure qed iii the States already recon- I
Stiuoted. : -: ... ' .. ?]
1.-, i HR IT AL OF CHINESE. } ]
i mrloni Scene im Baa Praaelseo- I ;
ti ??gg) img Opium.
Ten days ago the steamer Great Republic ar- j
rived at Ban Francisco from Hong Kong with .
thirteen hundred Chinamen on board. The San ;
Francisco Herald describes the scenes which i
All was bustle and contusion. Babel's voices .
would h tve been drowned in the clatter which
ensued. The art-gang plank was first pot in
pliC?, and the cabin pssaengora suffered to
disembark. Then the Chinese fi om the steer?
age commenced wurieg- oat like the countless
thousands from a disturbed ant hill. But they
(ame, a continuous s trie?, alone tb? narrow
gang-plank, loaded with boxes, bags and bun?
dles; some carrying them on their shoulders,
some in their arms and some on toe ends of
"bamboo sticks. They were dressed in their
best attire, and, eyideptjjrhai donned for '?i
occasion garments which they had &^
before. ^MJLolaas?aywab^, w?0
them wbefs, to deoosit their luggage,
which was ,?ua 0"l the wharf ?waiting examiua
ticL. For an hour rbis miss of humanity from
another world poured oat. The wonder was
when lt would cease, and bow the ship could
contain tb sm Ott. And when they all ba d landed,
they covered, like a sea, nearly half of the im?
There-were not many women on board-per
. haps twenty. A few of thi se ?ere dressed in
silks. They were em'eat y importel tor wme
of the Chinese merchants or officials (fer the
Chinese have a commonwealth of their own.
entirety independent of the laws of our land,)
?od were carefullv escorted from the wharf by
liceQiOn as soon as thev landed The others,
were place 1 sta?, dina in a row while they wi re
thoroughly sear htd by ofHc ra tor smuggled
opium, after- which they were escorted from
the wharf by policemen.
After the swarm (one thonsand three bun?
dled in number) had landed, the search of
'persona and baggage com a on cr d. Boxes and
baskets emptied of their cooieots, and sound?
ed to sse. it a hollow side or false bottom did
oot contain opium blankets were unrobed
and carefully manipulated; bundles of bamboo
sticks and pipe stems were sounded to see if
~ their b >Tt?Wa were empty? Jurs were br- ken.
into, and every conoeivaoia space which coma
contain opium or other dutiable merchandise
was thofougiuy examinad*" As rapidly as tue
search was-completed, the owners, who also
were searched, were allowed to take their lue
gage and 'lepait. The officers (about a dozen
in number) were frequently lewaraed by find?
ing opium. It was stowed away in every con?
ceivable space-in false bottom-* and sides of
baskets and boxes, sewe - inside ot bedding
and clothing, and even in the hollow soles of
their clumsy shoes. Several jars, labelled
"ohow-ohow." were found to be partially filled
with opium and covered on the top with chow
chow. One erne Greniaa had about a half pound
stowed away m the double orown of bis bam?
boo hat. Another was observed to keep a sus?
picious-looking C-nnese umbrella in his hand,
which, when searched, waa lound io contain in
its hollow handle about a pound of their favor?
ite dru?. , _ ., .
The search proceeded quietly and without
interruption. The discovered opium waa con?
fiscated, ita owners i oking their loss with the
utmost stolidity. It took until sboot nine
j. o'olo-k io the evening to complete the examitioo
of tbearowd and tbvir baggage. The stree-s
leading from the wharf to . Barbary Coast"
- wore thronged bv the fresh importations all
the afternoon. Where they were all going to
and wherp they could be stowed w s ?he won?
der of all who ha l not seen them pour out of
the steerage ot the ship.
THE STRUGGLE IN CTTBA.
The Landing of the Grapeshot-Cap
tare and fehaoting of Americans
Another K ste rmi nat lon af toe May arl
aj Kxpedttlo nil ts.
The correspondent cf the Nc tr York Herald
writes from Santiago de Cuba, under date ot
Jone 19 :
Ibe landing from tbe schooner Grapeshot
took place in Ballequiri Bay on the 1st inst.
Tbe adventurers did not number more than
forty. . be Spanish official acconnt says that
this small party has been completely extermi?
nated and ali its arms, including two cannon
?nd ammunition, captured. Tbs following
parta om ara, gleaned on tho spot and of a relia?
ble, character, have been famished me. As I
stated, the landing took place oh the 1st and
the news thereof reached Guantanamo on the I
SJ. Immediately a force of 200 left bv land,
and another of 100 by water, with a View of
surrounoing the filibusters. Tbe land force, it
eec rna, was surprised by them and a sharp con?
test followed, in whioh the Spaniards lost sere-1
killed and wounded, among the former a lieu
tenant. The others lost ou* mao killed, nam?
ed George bantu, of Lon lon, England and
late sergeant of a New York engineer corp*.
What fol'owed is hard to get at. The adven?
turers would seem to haye been scattered, at
least a portion of them, as several hare been
captured and two or Ihre? killed. The Bpani- [
ards say they must all sooner or later be cap?
tured or die of nunger and thirst, as they are
shut in a barten and desolate region, covered
With cactus, where there is . but one spring
within a circuit of eight leagues, ?nd that is
closely guarded. The Cubans, however, insist I
tbat the main body bas made good its escape
inland, having united with ? party which
landed near Baracoa, and together march?
ed to join the insurgents. As the ad
venturera are known to be guided by a
noted character named Poh'carpio, a native of
Guantanamo, who has been under the ban
of the Spanish authorities and escaped tbi,ir
vigilance for 3 ears, and is thoroughly conver?
sant with all that section of the country, they
have probably escaped. Among the foim-r ve
a Swiss named Jacob Makai, and an Italian,
name not given, both nwssralizsd American
citizens. Tbey were brought, here on the 9.L.
simultaneously with a prisoner captured at
Majari Calling himself Juan de Dies Pa ma,
from New Or.eaus. The three were publicly
shot on theTnorniDg following their arrival.
It was made a gala day by the Catalonia a ele- I ?
ment, wbo seemed delighted to 1 ave a aum- [ I
ber of Americans to vary tbe executions of bite
so frequent here. The shooting took place at 11
eight A. M., instead of the usual boor ol six, '
to order to give all an opportunity to wi tn es* J1
the speen c ie, which had a great advantage I '
ayer a boll Bent, ins .mocb as three mea were 11
certain to be killed Crowds of Spauiards re- i 1
paired to the slaughter-pen, to see what they I i
Humorously styled 1 t ie fresh meat." Tbe 11
victims walked firmly to the placo of exeou- I <
t ?OD, and all died like h?roe?. Palma made a I <
speech, expressing regret for his conduct ac- I <
Busing the Cubans of cowardice and eulo-nzu.g I j
the Spanish soldiers for then* bi avery and ho-1 i
mani ty. He also wrote a letter, which h is
been pub ashed, expressing the same ideas. I I
In cons?quence ot this the Bandera Espanola I <
(government organ) lauds bim lo the skien j I
11 d calls him ? talented, noble and ?encroue
minded man, and expresses surprise that-such I i
1 person should be shot like a dog, without t
trial. Tbe Cubans say Palma was induced to I ?
speak as he did by promises ot pardoo. Fol-1 <
lowing the execution was a triumphal parade I 1
aver the four cannons captured at May ari. Two 11
are of H tee' and the others of brass. Tbe lat- I
ter are exaotly like those . used by tbe Span?
iards bera, which bas giveu "disloyal" people 11
occasion for ill-natured re narks. One of the h
steel guns bas been placed in the Pi?zi de Ar- j 1
mae* m the position heretofore occupied by I 1
ti.e famous Monte Cristo cannon, brought t
[rom tbe St. Domingo war, which ven er b e ?
piece r, os turned off its perch to make room fot <
the new comer-ai, awful instance of the in- *
stability of popular tayar. .On 8aturdny, tbe j i
12th, another prisoner was brought from Guan-11
an arno. He was a young Cuban of good fam- I :
ly in Havana. On Monday he followed the
ithers. dying with, tho. same serenity, I <
On. .Wednesday, the 16th. was brought <
acre an American, a native of Indiana, t
named Speckman, a sailor. Ho stated that bell
shipped on tbe Grapeshot tor a voyage' to j ?
Jamaica, knowing nothing about the real na- '
lure of the vsnture until a tugboat brought the t
filibusters aboard. Against his protest he wu j I
obliged to a-sist in discharging, tbe cargo on
the Cuban coast and was forcibly detain d by (
the expeditionists. When be gave himself up M
he nada. gun. in his hand. Mr. Phillips, the 1
american Consul, obtained pei mission to vi ut M
him, and afterwards, I am told, waited upon '
ihe Governor. If tor tbe purpose of seeking <
For mercy it was useless, as yesterday mora ng 1
Speckman was taken out and shot, going ?
.brough the ordeal with great braverv. Ou J <
the 11th the steamer Montezuma arri yea here, 11
aaviug been detained to carry troops from ?
N neritas to Puerco Padre. Sbe bro og bf, no M
lews of importance, but soon, arter twelve I <
)Vlock M. flags began to appear over the Ca! a
?n residencesjbands to parade the streets, sud I '
h the morning the Plaza and Palace were il lu- IJ
musted. In explanation tbe' indefatigable j
tandera appeared in an extra announcing 11
hat "it was reported" that Colonel Ben ey > si ] <
lad defeated tbe six hundred Americans from Ie
Uavan, utterly exterminating them and taking I <
rom them all tbey had. This is the third ex- I
erminatioD this unfortunate party bas suffer- 11
)d. Subsequent am rale faiito confirm the r?- *
KMTt. I i
The Approaching Convention in Mem?
phis on the Subject.
The Col?mittue of Arrangements of the ap
intoning convention ah Memphis, of those
rho desire tc introduce coolie abor into the
louth, have issued tbe following aduress :
MXMTHIS, Tzire.. J aly 1,1869.
The undersigned, appointed by a meeting of
litizons to make arrangements for a conven
10a af pUnters and others, to.be holden on
tuesday, the 13 h instant, tor tbe purpose of
?nBidenng the matter of introduc ng Chinese
abor for ngn cult ural and other purposes, sub
nit to their fellow citizens the following sug?
lt is not our purpose to argue the neiessity
>f more laborers. That we take as a foregone
woolaston; eyery man of sense and observa?
tion can see and feel it. Ins a fact. More
abor we wane more labor we must have. That
joint conceded, our next doty is to ascertain
tod discuta the ways and means for procuring
inch labor. Oar necessities are pressing and
(inmediate; hence we must look to a sourco of
supply wh ch even under our demand will
pi ove inexhaustible. Tbat source we believe
to bo China. Tbat empire overburd. nod with
I population trained to obedience, economy
and 1 ti dos try. can and will supply us. we think,
at occ<\ These people, we understand re?
quire but one argument to induce them to
como, to wit: The certainty of bettering tneit
condition bv receiving waged for their labor.
That we are readv ai>a wiling to give, conse?
quent!* no difficulty can occur nor is any per?
suasion uecussarv. Another purni, the empire
of China extends within the limits of ihe trop?
ics, where in the valleys of her great rivers,
rice, sugar, tobaco aud all other pro mets
flmrisb as tbey clo wi tb ne. And it is woll
ki.own that where r.ce and sugar grow tne
climate muet bo unfriendly to the wuito men
who labor iii the ann. It is so here, aud il is
tue same there; therefore the Chinaman comes
to us acclimated-prepared to wiibata d mala?
rial attacks in our river bottoms and alluvial
We are authoritatively informed that on the
18th of Jaly next, a merchant ft om San Fran
c.oco will visit thu city witu tho obj ct of as?
certaining our wauts and requite nen s in this
behalf, and who is r< spousiblo anC able to
comply with all his contracts. We there ore
earnestly ut ge everv planter who is in.erested
in this busiuess-and who is not?-to come
forward and meet with us on the day specified,
then and tbere dispassionately t > consider the
whole matter in detail. Each aud . very one
should iemember tu<t now is the tine to pre?
pare for tbe coming season. Ihe railroad
companies have agreed to grant retnrn tiokets
free io ?ll who may attend (be coi. ven non.
?igned: George W. Gift. Wm. B. Moare. H. D.
Brinkley. J. W. Clano, ?. M. Apperson, Leon
Trousdale, Wm. B H tut H. M. lr zevaot, A.
J. Hays, John C. F sec, W H. . berry.
-Tbe Manner's Cb icb of San Francisca
has just put up . pal >it modelled ni the shape
of a ship's stern, and on tbe wall be ' is
inscr.oed, '"ria taagbt the people <r* cf ft
TELE PEABODY FUND.
ONE MILLION MORE FOB SOUTHERN EDUCA?
How the Deed WM Done.
At a special meeting of the trastees of the
Peabody Education Fond, held at Newport,
Mass., on Thursday, a letter was read from
Mr. Peabody, informing the board tbat he bad
given one million dollars more for Southern
education. The following extracts show what
Mr. Peabody thinks of what has been done, as
well ag what be hopes may be accomplished in
the in tare : j
. When I established the trust of whioh yon
bate charge, it was my intention, if its results
and progress should prove satisfactory, to re?
turn in three years to my native land, and to
muka further piovision for Carrying out the
plans which experience should have shown to
be productivo nf'encourag iment aud benefit to
the people of tho South.
My precarious state of health has rendered
it imprudent far me to wait for tbe full period
of my intended absence, and I have now come
among you in order to proceed at once to ihe
fulfilment of my purpose. I have c instantly
watched with great interest and careful atten?
tion tbe proceedings of y ur board, aud it is
most gratifying to me now to be able to ex?
presa my warmest thanks for the interest and
zaal you have manifested io maturing and
carrying out the designs of my letter of trust,
and to assure you ot my cordial concurrence in
all the steps you have taken.
-And I be ?? to take t h fa opportunity of thank?
ing, with all my heai t, the people of tbe South
themselves, for tbe cordial spirit with which
(bey have received the trust, and for tho ener?
getic efTOn s woteh they have made, in co-ope?
ration' wah yourselves ? and Dr. Sears, for
carrying out tbe plans which have been pro
Rosed and matured for the diffusion of the
leasings of eduction in tiietr respective
Hitherto, under tbe system adopted by your
general agent, and sanctioned by yon, four ot
the Southern States have not been assisted
from the fund placed in your charge, and I
coucnr with you in tne policy thus pursued, as
lam sure will the citizens ot those four States,
and all who have at heart tbe highest perma?
nent good of our beloved c un try. Foi it wa?
most necessary that, at the out Bet, th os . States
and portion i of States which had suffered most
from the ravages of war, and were moat desti?
tute of ?ducati -nal means and privileges,
should be drat and specially aided. 1 believe
the good sense and kind ieeling of the people
ol these States will continue to acquiesce, for
the present, io your course of devoting, under
tbe care of Dr. 8eais, tbe greater part of the
hind to the same States which have received
its benettts for tbe past two years, with per
aaps the addition of Texts, which State I am
idvised the general agent will visit during the
suming autumn or winter, to ascertain its edu?
ction al requirements, and to give snob aid
is shall be requisite and can be afforded where
it tn moat needed.
1 have the same sympathy with every one of
he States, and wete all alike needing assist
ince. I should wish each alike to share in the
aoutfi. a of ihe trust.
As the portions aided shall respectively grow
n prosperity and become self-sustaining in
.heir systems of education, their respective
illotmen t s ot the fund will be applied to other
iestitute communities, and thus its beuefits
rill, I earnestly hope and trust, ultimately
'each every section of the vast field committed
.a your care.
It is my hope and belief, and this opinion is
'ally confirmed by my interviews with Di
tears, that with the additional amount which I
low place in your hands, the annual income of
-he fund alone may be found sufficient to sus
am and extend the-work you have so well b -
ruo ; and it is my desire that when tbe trust is
ilosed and the anal distribution made by your
lelves or your successors, all tbe fourteen
tombera State*, including Maryland, Ken
ucky Missouri aud Texas, shall share in that
listribution a jcordmc to their needs.
Tn accordance wi tu what I have already said
>f my intention, at the time I established this
rust", to add thereto, if its success were such
is I am now well assured has attended it, I
low give to you and yo ur successors securities,
imounting in all to ono million of dollars.
These stacks are all of the very bignest char?
lo ter for security, aud the dividends are ?.er
am to be pro n pt ly paid.
Tbe principal (tun. of one million dollars,
given by my first letter of trust, ia still intact ;
he interest on winch bf mg added to that of
ny present gift, makes the annual revenue ot
he trust*upwards of ons hundred and thirty
thousand dodare; a sum which, iu the opinion
)t your honorable chairman and your general
igent, is amply sufficient to meet all the re*
quiiementa of* the trust, without inhinging
ipon the capital, until tbe time arrives for the
maldistribution, aabeiore stated.
lu addition to the loregoing. I give to you
Florida six per cent, bonds, which, with over
lae coupons, amount to about $381,000.
lhese bonds, like the Mississippi bonds in
ny brat gift, moat, before many years, be
All t be stocks I have given as above are to
>e held in trust by yourselves and your sue
:esscrs, for the same parposas and under the
lame conditions as the lauds given you by my
?nginal letter cleating your trust.
1 do this with the earnest hope and in the
iincere trnat, that with God's blessing upon
he gift and upon the del ibera'i ms and future
telio? ?f yourselves and your general agent it
nay enlarge the sphere of usefulness already
intered opon ?nd prove a permanent and last
Lg boon, not only to the Souther" ?ia!es: but
0 the whole of our dear country, which 1 have
iver loved so well, but never so much as now m
uy declimug years, and at this limo (probably
he hut occasion I snail over have to address
ou) as 1 look oaok over the changes and the
irogi'?Sd of nearly three quarters of a century.
Lud I pray that Almighty God will grant to it
1 future D'S happy and noble in the intelligence
md virtues ot it citizens, as it will be glorious
D unexampled pawer and prosperity.
Tbe lett T. having been read an i considered,
ras referred to a special committee, consisting
if Governor Aiken, ot South Carolina, Uov
irnor Graham, of North Carolina, and Hon. S.
Watson, of Tennessee, who subbequeutly re?
ported the following resolutions :
Resolved, by the trustees of the Peabody
Sducation Fund, That wa receive with the
aiguest gratification ?ho letter of our mut.in
;ent friend, Mr. Peabody, announcing so large
m addition to our meals for carrying on his
loble designs for education in tbe Southern
States; that we thankfully recognize in this
tct a< well as in the express ?au gu age of bi)
otter, his approbation of the policy we have
thus far pursued, and bis appreciation of the
mccesa taus far achieved; and that we L?sten
LoaSbUi e bim ot our deep sense of the great
liberality and wisdom of bis endowment and of
Dur wai m personal gratitude for the confidence
tie has reposed in as.
Hesolvtd, That in accepting this second
onuco.y gift, we pledge oursolved to proceed
in the execution ot the trust committed to us.
with rcnuwt-d resolution that uoihing on our
part r hail be wauung to secure the entire suc?
cess of an enterprise so full ot intcroat and im?
portance io itself and whic i cannot fail to pro?
duce the most valuable and lasting influences
upon tho haimony and well ure of our whole
liesoleed, Tbat wo heartily and affectionatr
lv congratulate Mr. Peabody an being permit?
ed to rotura iu natal y lu bis native laud to lul
fii thia cherished purpose ot hw h art, aud
tnat we implore onr Heavenly Father t hat his
strength may oe restored aud his lifo spar-d
until he sha.), have witnessed still more of the
fruits of bis beneficent plana, aud shall bavo
enjoyed snil loogir the resp ct aud gratitude
of h s country and ot the world.
liesoioed. That these resolutions be commu?
nicated to ?r. Peaoody, with the signatures
ol all the trusteespresout at this meeting, and
that our excellent general ab?tit, Dr. Sears be
invited to affix bit name with oura, in attesta?
tion of the gratification and gratitude which
arc common to us all.
Tho resolutions were unanimously ? dopted
and Bigneu, aud, after tonie other business,
and prayer by Bishop Mcllvaine, the meeting
-In the largest Episcopal church in Mobile,
after a COD ribuiion is taken up it is ctremo
nioualv handed io the pastor, who asks ail ?ho
ha/ ? contriouied to ilse, wbeu he solemnly
c > saoraies tue col cet ton with prayer. Every
one gives Bom<*t' in '.
-h. Texuaont mau U"B written to a lawyer in
Indanaoolia, to know whether he can nave a
"dey va." bei jg uni?le to support uis wife,
asking mor 'ov.-r what it will coat. "J it coat
t'A), I can't pay that much."
THE JULY FASHIONS.
A Letter from Jennie ?Tum- Kcady-niftdc
Clothlag for badie?- \\ hat lt Coats
Near Cambric Horning Dresses - lt on nd
In her fashion let 1er for Jul j, our friend
Jennie June thoa sets forth some of the consid?
erations which, from a feminine point of view,
mitigate the weariness of hie.
KEADY-MADE CLOTHING FOE LADEES.
A few years ago only three or four principal
houses paH any attention to the making np
of clothing for women and children, sud with
these it was an expensive specialty, which
made no provision and afforded no accommo?
dation, for the want of the great middle class,
who are the ohief supporters of all industries.
Ihe garments offered consisted of baby cloaks
and articles ot baby's underclothing, made np
in the most costly style, dressing wrappers, or
robes de chambre, bein g the only addition, in
tbe shape of dresses, to tbe stock. Wedding
trousseau, or summer outfits, were sometimes
ordered, in which dresses were included; but
only under peculiar circumstances, or by very
wealthy people, the cost being enormously in
advance of the price for which the article can
be made'at home.
With the improvements in sewing machines,
the common, almost universal use, and the
consequent cheapness of labor, it has gradual?
ly dawned upon the minds of women that no
reason in the world existed why. they should
sot be able to buy clothing ready-made as
cheaply and as satisfactorily aa I hat of men
The objection that a more exact flt is required
does not hold with regard to the modern walk?
ing suits, or gored house dresses. ' What fits
one fits all," with tbe difference that the re
?rular graduations in size afford, while the ar?
gument is all in favor of much better style and
iiesign than is generally obtained at home.
8uits of white Victoria lawn, handsomely
ruffled, are $12 50. Pretty snits of do ted lawn,
with pattern borders put on as raffling, tbree
and two With a heading, were only $9, not
more than the price of making at any city
Gored morning wrappers of American print,
trimmed with a narrow bordering, stitched on.
ire $3 50 and $4, and the same style in cambric
ind percale, $6.
Trained white skirts of excellent quality, well
nade, and handsomely ruffl jd, are' $5 50, and
rored white ?kins with a wide hem and seven
aarrow iuds, to wear with?>alking dresses,
fl 50 and $1 75.
These are well cut, shaped, and made in tbe
lest possible m inner, so that it is a comfort to
?.ear them, and if they have not the finesess
md neatness of exceptional garments, have
lone of the botch, ill-cutting, which often dis
igures home-made productions.
THE ECONOMICAL POINT OF VIEW.
Probably the prices given, low as they seem
o persons accustomed to the tonner extrava?
gant raten and to the city cost of labor will
ipperr high to those whose limited means cum
ici th .n to do even their own sewing on the
nost restricted scale; but there are many oth
!is, who are not rieb, who TOO ld find positive
tonnomy m buying ready-maae garments at
?bese prices instead of pitying higb-priced
leamstresseB and dressmakers and enduring
be worry and torment ot finding them, di
ecting them and finishing or making over
.ftcr them. Moreover, in buying garments
ead ,-made, on J IS more apt to limit oneself to
he exict quanti tv or number of articles re?
lu.red, and in this way save accumulations
ind appear more uniformly in accordance with
he prevailing fashion.
CAMBRIC MOBNINO DRESSES.
The prettiest morning dresses for country
fear ure composed of white French cambric
ipnnkled with brilliant light green, blue or
ed polka dots. They are made with two
ikirts and a small basque without lining, but
rith a straigh; "Bailor" collar cnt square
cross the front. They are trimmed witb bands
if self-colored cambric, one forming s binding
in inch and a half in wiatb, with th? other two
larrow graduated bands. The sleeves have
wo puffs at the top, with straps of the cam
>ric surmounting and dividing them. The
rimmibg cambric must be the exact shade of
be dot. Pattern cambric dresses make np
.erv nicely in this way, the stripe of tbe un
lerskirt being used for trimming, sometimes
iiraight and sometimes on tbe bias.
NSW LINEN SETS.
New linen sets are finished with fin? and
larrow fluted ruffles, which edge the collar and
he wrist, makins the hand look small They
ire very neat and lady-like looking, and sell for
ifty-five to seventy-five oents per set, accord
ng to location ot store where they are pur
Black lace is tbe success of the season in
o und hats; they are very becoming, very dis
ingue, and very useful. They can also be
n?delo suit all pockets. Ia real lace, with
:oBtly ornaments, they are'brough tup to forty
ind Atty dol?an; in imitation lace and very
iretty, if less recherche decorations, they are
inly ten or twelve.
Black or whit J lace, and colored crape are
he materials used For bonnets, which have
lot ye: at all enlarged their dimensions nor
tan they so long as chignon retaiu their ascen
EE 1 LIS nc FASHIONS.
An effort is being made however, with what
iucces8 time will show, to introduce the simple
md realistic schism into fasbioo. Io the high?
iet circles the affectation of French words and
?brases is beginning to be decidedly frowned
lown. The initial words of French phrases
laed to denote certain meanings, bave been
liHOontinufd, and the simplest Saxon words
ubstitutcd. Thia idea may Bpread to other
hines, it may render false bair and cosmetics
MW THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THI NEWS JOB OFFICE, Mo.
i) EA>r BAY, having replenished Ita Stock with a
ie* ind large assortment ci material of tbe finest
l uah ty and latest styles, is prep ire J to exec me, at
ne aborte? notice and in tho best manner, JOB
?BIS TINO ol every description.
Call and examine tbe scale of prices before giving
'our orders eUewbere.
?.11ABENGO.-F E V E B AND AGUE
"?BE. TONIO, FEVEB PEEVES liVE.-Thia val
ub'.e med.clns, entirely vegetable In its prepara.
ion, is offered to the public and warranted to core
my case of CHILLS aND FEVE a of however long
itaudln?, completely eraiiatiag it* effect from the
ijbtern, parili ins tho bios l, str?ngt Dening tbe dt
jestrve organ?, induoing an appetite, and keeping
he s;ft m in pcrfe.-t bealtb.
Those RUffcrinsfrom debility arriving from any
;aus will fiad it the purest ant best IONIC to be
Sad ony *here. To persons reading in unhealthy
section)), or who are predisposed to fevers of any
?ind, it will be f mad invaluaole ?9 a preventive, lt
is quite pleasant to tbe taste, and can be given to
children of all age' without injury Numerous let?
ters bave been received testifying te its efficacy and
value a< a F KV KB AND AG?E COKE aND TONIC.
It ie fullv guaranteed to give complete and uoiveT
UABtBGO ls no humbug. TET rr.
For sato at retail by all Druggist'.
Ai who esale Dj BOWIE* MOISE, corner ileet
intraud Hasel streets; GOODRICH, WINEMAN A
CO.. Huyne-Htreet, and G. J. LCHN. General Agent
of Projeter, sont' east corner King and Jubn
streets, Charleston, d. C. D*o 9mos Jane 8
??BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, IF YOU WOULD
bo beautiful, useFacan's MAGNOLIA BALM.
It vives a pare blooming complexion and restores
Its effects are gradual, natural and rerfect.
It removes Redness, Blotches and Pimples, cures
Ton. Sunburn and Freckles, aai makes a lady of
thirty appear I ut twenty.
The MAGNOLIA B?LM makes the Skin macota
and pearly; the Eye bright and Oar; tbe Cheek
glow with the bloom of youth, and impart? a fresh,
plump appearance to the countenance. No lady
need complain of ber complexion, when seventy
five cents will purchase this delightful article.
The b?st article to dress the bair ls Lyon's Kathai
rou. thara imo nae Jone 21
LEE.-Died, on the morning of the 5th, MAGGIE
B. LEK, eldest datighter of A. M. and MTSXN LEE.
49-Her lt datives and Friends, ?nd
those of i er father and mother, aie Invited to attend
her Funeral Services, IHIS AFTERNOON, at Six
o'clock, at the Second Presbyterian Church.
S3-The Relatives Friends and Ac?
quaintances of Mr. enc" Mrs. C. F. LOBS and family,
and Mr. H. D Luns, Mr. and Mn. MXLOVIUB. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. METES, are re? peet folly invited to
aw end the Funeral Service? ol the youngest eon.
LOUIS P. LUGS, at Nine oYlook THIS Mo*Nrsa,
from No. 114 Cal noun-street * July 6
?3~ MERCHANTS' LINE NEW YOBS
PACKETS -the Schooner L. H. CAD? will dla
charge cargo Trna DAT at adger's North wharf. All
gooda not called tor before ion set will be stored at
risk and expense of Consignees. No claims adan Med
on goods after removed irom wharf.
WILLUM BOACH A CO., Agents,
Corner Adger's South Wharf and East Bay.
July 0 1 Down Stairs.
49" CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New Tora, are notified that
?be ls discharging cargo at adgei's South Wharf.
Gooda remaining on the wharf at sunset will te
stored at owners' rude and expense.
JAMEs ADO EB k CO.,
49* CONSIGNEES PER SIE*MER SEA
GULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that she
la Ins DAT discharging cargo st lier No. 1, Cn ion
Wharves. All goods not taken away st sunset will
remain on the wharf at consignees' risk.
MORDECAI & CO.,
Joly 6 1 Agents.
49"DEL1CI0U*LY MEDICINAL -THlsTs
the universal verdict pronounced uoou PLANTA .
TION BITTER.> by all who hive tried tbem. The
well known beal tb promoting ingredient* from
which they axe made and their iu val table merits as
a remedy foi injigestion and all its consequent ail?
ments, and the preventive quail dea agii ist diseases
arising from climatic changes, miasmatic Influences
and imperfect secretions, are so widely known and
so honorably endorsed, that we trust that no one
will forego the advantages of th ?ir usc.
MAGNOLIA WATEB.-Superior to the best imported
German cologne, and sold at half the prc?.
49*THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK OE
CHARLESTON, 8. C.-JULY 3d, 1869-The Board
of Directors hiving declared a Semi-annual Dividend
of 8LX DOLLAR1 per share, free of State ind Gov?
ernment Tai the same will be paid to Stockholders
on and after the Ctb Instant.
JOHN F. BO BK RT?,
July 5 3 Cashier tiro tem.
43- D?RING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
State, I have appointed W GEOBGE GIBBES aa
my Attorney to attend to all business pertaiolng to
the Agency of the Life Association of America for
this branch. N. P. CAB TER,
Agent of Life Association of America.
4WEIBSr NATIONAL BANK OF
CHABLKSTON-CHABLESTON, JULY 3, 1869.
D1VID fcND NO 11 CK.-The Board Of Directors hav?
ing declared a Semi annual Dividend of FIVE .$6)
DOLLARS per bhare, free of tax, tbe same will bo
paid to 6 tock holdere on aod after TUES D ir, the Ctb
instant. WM. C. BREESE,
J09-SO?TH OABOLINA LOAN AND TBUaT
COMPANY-SAVINGS D- PAR iMbNT. -Deposits
made on or before 90th Jaly, will draw interest rrom
1st untan?. THOMAS B. WABING, Ca?hier
49-SrATE OF BOUl'H CAtiOLINA, MARL?
BORO' OOUNiy-IN JtQUiTY-MAB? 8. H. JACK?
SON, ADM'S., vs. HUGH J\ .KSON. xx AL.-BILL
FOB PABl 1111 ) N, Ax -Notice la hereby given, In
obedience to an order made tn the abo .e stated case,
that the next of kin of WILLIAM J. JACKSON, de?
ceased, living at tbe dme of his death, or their heirs
at law aod legal representatives, besides HUGH
JACKSON and ELIA? JACKSON, are requested to
establish before me such relationship, at Bennetts
ville, S. C., on or before (be fia sr MOND AT OF Ar -
OUST next, P. Mc"OLL, Clerk.
June 12_etuth imo
49-J0NCLUS1TE EViDtt.NCE IN FAVOR
OF HOSTETTtB'S STOMA JH BI ITEMS. - W. H.
BEEKE, a leading druggist in Monticello, 111., in a
letter of June 6.1838, writes to this effect : "Having
sold HOJTETTKB'J BI?TKB9 for the psst four
years, I cannot bot speak of the article as belog the
beat tonic and appetizer extant. Daiiog th^egue
season of 186J-0 I could not keep a sun!dent stock
on hand to supply my customers. In fact, your
Bitten was aa staple aa quinine. I learn that phy?
sicians pres ribs lt all over the western country.
Indeed, a great many families tbiokthey are not
safe without your invaluib'.e tonio."
J, K. Wrrnxnspoox, Esq,, a magia trato of Ker?
shaw County, e. C., ?tites, under date April 13, 1863,
?hat he has used tbe Bl .ten constantly m his own
family for the previous two years. He first tried tte
preparation when suffering from exhaustion pro?
duced by a ??vere attack of fever. Before tbe Ant
bottle was finished he experienced a remarkable
change for the better. He had tried brandy at the
outset, but found that did him more harm than
good. In one month from the lime he commenced
using the Bitten bis heath, strength and appetite
were restored. Be bad recommended the article to
others in like ciicumatances, and never mown it to
fail, and had found it a perfect specific for chills and
Mr. SAMUEL YOUNO, of Clarion, Pa,, under date
April 6,1808, certifies that he was completely cured
of -'one of the moat distressing attacks of dyspepsia
that ever afflicted any mortal," by turee bottles of
the Bitten, alter "various other remedies bad proved
powerless." Bestoiedto perfect health, he thanks
"that excellent preparation for the result."
Dr. G M t-pasera, of Brush Creek, Perry Coun?
ty, Ala., writing thence Februiry 8,1868. says: T
have used your tomacb B tte s for sever il > ear t in
my practice, sod find them superior to most ol the
Bitteis now preeeiibel by thepiolea-iaii genera liv.'
Ju.iv 3 _nae_0
~~?S- NOilCE.-NAIIONAL FREEDMAN'3
SAVINGS BANE-DEPOSITS maJo betweei now
and July 19 h, will draw interest from July 1st.
Juae?2 2* NATHAN BITTER Caab'dr.
4Gr BATCH ELOR'3 HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye ia thu beat iu the world; tte only
true and perle*! Die; harmless, reliable. in.ta? ta
neous; no disappolntm ul; nj iidiiulous tinte; rem?
edies the ill effects of bad dve?: invigorates and
leaves tte can? soft and beautiful blaok or bro ?n.
.-old ty aU Druggets and Pertumers; aud properly
applied at Batchelor'* Wi>; Factory, No. - Bond
s rPBt. New York._tyr_May IG
~49^LIFE OF THE FLESH IN THE
BLOOD."-B?-ADALI- 1 The greatest Blood
Partier and Reoevator kiowa, used and endorsed
by physic!ins, who prescribe it in their regular
practice. Why? Because the articles from which
Bosadalis ls made are puilished around each bottle,
so that ? vjry physician knows Jud whit lt contains,
and beiice endorses it aaa valuable Alterative com?
pound. 1 his preparation has gained and maintained
an unr vailed reputation for tbe euro of Scrofula in
any form, Rheumatism. Skin Di-cisei, Old Sores
TJkerp, &c, Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, tn fact -ny
chronic ?ffe lion of the Blood. Liver and Kidneys,
and all dii-eatea in which an alterative plan of treat?
ment is indicated.
For sale by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN 6 CO, Im
poners ot Drugs and Chemicals, Charleston, S. C.
July tl_ stuth3
49" ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON LAE
Encore and Abuse* incident to Youtb aod Early M an
hood, with the humano view ot treatment and cure,
tent by mall free or charge. Address HOW ARD AS
f ifJUTlON, Box P. rollado,plila, Pa.
May 22 Sm os
THE NBW8 JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Ea?t Bay,
Executes aH loads of PLAIN and
FANCY PRIMING wltb neatness and
The best work guaranteed at less than
New York prices.
EVERY DESCRIPTION" OF
BRIEF5, PAHPHLET8, POLICIES
CABD8, CIRCULAR-?, NOTES
BILL-HEADS, P0STIB8, RE CE CP TB
TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, Ac, Ac.
AB WELL AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest nolice, and
cheap for cash, at
THE NEW8 JOB OFFICE.
And an Uioee who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will And it to their interest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Bast Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPEB8 and MATERIAL kept on hand,
from which selections may be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COHN TB Y
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE',
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being filled ai promptly
and as cheaply as If given personally.
Oar Job Department ls in charge of
Mr. J A 8. D. PABST, a practical and ex.
perieneed Job Printer, wbo win afford
every facility possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 1*9 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THI3 MACHINE STANDS THUS FJ^V&l
VALLTD as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINSf and
has taken the place of over forty double thread ma.
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in aU
Urge towns in the State.
U. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-STBEET,
Willcox A Gibba' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLE*, OIL. SILK, Ac, constantly on band.
BBPalRINO ai usoal. etuthly* May 1
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
r HIS NEW AND COMMOl IOCS H OU SB, LOCH*
ED corner ot Broadwar anJ Forty-pecoiid-sireet,
possesses a-Jvaniagee over alt Otber hou?e? Tor tbe ac?
commodation o Its suests. It was built expressly
for a flr-t-rl ipa family boarding house-the rooms
beim? large and en suire, beated t y statin-with not
ana cold w ter. andturulshcd second to n rje ; wbile
the culinary department ls to the most experienced
bands, alf >rdiuR ifuecte an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators ts aiao among
tbe "modern Improvements" and ut the service ol
guests at all honra.
Tho Broadway and University Placn Cars pass the
door every four minutes, runnin-? from the (Wy
Hall to Central Pa k, while the Sixth AU-\ ? eventb
Avenne'ines are but a Ebert block <>n either aide,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
the depois, steamboat landings, ulacea of amuse?
ment and business of the great metr?poli*.
.iiUK h. di HOL,L.fc.Y, Proprietors.
V arab 13 taios
yyixias di CHISOLJK,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, RALE ANS
Ba LP VENT ito Foreign and Domestic PorU> .>
COTTON, BI'iH, LOM BBB &ND NAVAL BlO&Ee
ATLANTIC W8ABF, Charleston, ?. 0.
X WILLIS.t. B, CB I* OL*
F UK IV KW YORK MK RCTI ANTS? LASTE.
TO SA L FRIDAY. 9th INSTANT.
THE BEOrjLAB PACKET SCHOONER
'LILLY, HUSHES Master, bari ng nearly all
?ber cargo OD board, wants 100 bales ilottos
.and Lg ht freight to flu np and leaves*
WILLUM BOACH ac COv
_ 1 -9
EXCURSIONS! EXCURSIONS I
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS YACHT
MABYELLA. ls now ready an ! prepared
to make recalar tripa to pola IP of interest
in oar harbor. Will also tate parties for
Picnics and Moonlight Excursions
For Envasements apply to Captain COOK. 9a
board at Atlantic Wharf, or to No. 103 EAST BAT.
Jone 2a ._J._Imp
THE FINE FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANN A, the Champion of the -onta,
ls new ready and prepared to make ragnar
trips, thus affording an opportunity ta a H
?ho mav wish to -visit points of Interest lu oar beau ?
For pansage, apply to the Captain on Union Whar f.
Jane 21 _ ,. .
EXCURSIONS AKOUIID THE HARBOtL
THE FINE, FAST BALLING AND OOM*
?y FOBHBL? appointed Yacht ELEANOR
Z_ltf*i,w?l resume her trips to historic points In
Ul Isl the harbor, and win leave Govenunen
iftaari daily at Ten A. M.
Foi Passage apply to THOMAS YOONG,
Dec em oar la Captain, on board. "
IEW TOBRA1D CHAKLKSTOB
FOR II B W YORK. 0
CABIN PASSAGE $24.
r rilsa TBR t-PLtNrtiD STDB-WHBEtt
/4?j?fVR W.LXWV CB A jl PION, B. A.
<j?mUWMf?T LocKweoD Commander will Mil
...^.?asasssw rrom Adger'a eouth Wharf on Sss*
TBDU, Joly 10, at 6 O'clock P. M.
MW An extra charge of 96 made for Tickets par
ihssed on board after sailing
MW No Buts of Lading signed after the steamer
t?T Tbroaeb Bula La lin g given for Cotton te
UoMon and Providence. B. L
MW brough Buta of Lading given to Liverpool.
MT Manne insurance cry trna line % per --ene.
MW The -i team ?r? ot thia line mm first ol aaa fal
'Very respect, and their Tables are -u joli ed witta alt
he delicacies ot the New York and Charleston mar.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADO? h A OO- Agents,
Corner Adre*** Wharf and Bast Bav TTo.?tairs.)
MW MANBATraN wM follow on SATVaOAy, Jal*
.1, at 12 o'clock M.
JnlyS_? _S .
BAL.TI.MOKK AND ClIAKbKSTUI
aa e-f-h-n 1 HB SIEAM8HIP SBA GULL,
yxi*iMrX? C*?**10 P- ' CTTTON. will gul for
??JX^^jy Baltimoreon IHURBTMY ?IT?KJIOOI?,
-Tj'1 HPJu y 8th at hall-past 6 o'cioca, from
Pier No 1, Union Wharf. -
MW Through Bills Lading Mgned for all classes of
freight to BuoTON, VUlLAlihi P8IA. W ILM INO?
10> DBL., WASHINGTON CITY, and the NORTH*
For Freight or ps ?*<??, apply to
COURTENAY A TBBNHOLM;
Ja'y *_ *_Union Wharves.
KOK JV KW URE.
REG ULAR LUTE FVERY WEDNESDA T?
PASSA o ic tao.
r rjij? THE t*T* >M*VIP SARAGOSSA,
/^Rfr-rTS CAPT 10 C- RTDEB- ?RTJ( IM? V?E
.^^ilT^ftilP; <i'"r'"r*<'* *'?ri os WHDSXSTJAX
^BQbAWL-A-Fi-Ezxoo*, July 7th, L-69, at 1
Joly 1_BAVENEL A OO.. Asenta,
PACIFIC MAIL. STEAMSHIP CORFE fl
nraoroH LU. * TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
" CHANOS Of SAILING DATS!
f-f-jtlLim STEAMERS OF THE ABO VI
//?K3pV^L Une ,eaTt' I*1 er No. 42, North Birtr
^^MU&fg *?t cf Canal-street. New fork, u
??MatVML. 12 o'clo'k noon, of the 1st, 11th and
fist of avery month (except when rheas daua MU
>n Sunday, then,the Saturday preceding).
De pari um of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
rteamers l'or Hoath Pacific and Central American
perta Those of 1st touch st MaasanUlo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connecta with
he new steam hue from Panama to Australia sad
Steamship OREGONIAN leaves San Fin.ci?co for
Jblna and Japan Aueu.t 4 1869.
No California steamers tonen at Havana, bat go
Urect from New York to AsplnwalL
One bondred pounds baggage free to each adah.
Medicine and attendance free.
Xor ?asa**?e rickets or farther information avoir
it the COM PA srs TICKET OFFICE, on the wbarl
bot of Canal-street, North River. Nsw Tora.
March 12 lyr F. B. BABY, Agent.
FOR CHER AW, H. C.,
IND ALL THE LANDINGS ON PKBDBE RIVEE.
- _?JT"?a? 7HE LIGHT DR ?FT STEAMER
JatSBE COEN EBA! MA MG AU LT, Captain H,
( Conmts. is now rocelvin? Freight ai Boyce's
ffharf. and will leave a? above oo WanazsoAT Moas
no the 7th instant, at ? o'clock
For Freight engagements apply to
KBAOKELFOUD A K ELLY,
Joly g_2_Boyce's Wharf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PA LATH A. FLORIDA*
PTA SAVANNAH, F H BN ANDINA AND JACKS?
_ . aJJT-?fc, THE ELEGANT AND FIRST-CLASS
^JSIIIBHCSTEAMER DICTATOR, Cipteip
iv". T. McNiiTT. ?rill sall from Charleston ever]
fr ESDAY Evxsnro, at Nine o'clock, lor the a hov?
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Karanna!
or Mobile and New Orleans, and with tse'Florid!
teil road at Fernandina for Cedar Key?, at whist
?eint steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
'ensac?la. Key West and H ?vasa.
Through Billa Lading signed to New Orleans and
AU freight my able on the wharf.
Goods not se moved at sunset win be stored at risk
md expense of owners.
J. D, AIKEN A CO., Agents,
May 27 "outb Atlantic ?hart.
Pings, (Remir?is, (Etc.
J Ul M Al LT ?Sc CO.'S FKEPARATIOarSt
[0DIZED S?BUP OF BOBBE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
JYBUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All freah from Pail?, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
May8_No 181 MEETING-STREET.
po RE BIO VE Gt EASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
DB. H. BAKE,
May 36_ No. 131 Me-ti"g.atreet,
TYEATH TO WORMS!
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
Tlie Beat in Yee.
They are made of "fiantonine," and contain no
Bead what one cf the most distinguished physi?
cians cf Eichmord Va., says shoat the Lozenges :
I have long used ?antonine, toe active princlpl* of
European Woim-teed, as an effectuai r m edy for
Worms io chit ires. Mr. Wa- ner I* Fleming pre
pares a Lozenge composed of P. which is a vary ?
pleasant and palatable f rm m which ti administer j
it to cbi'dreu. and which may be relied on a? prop- fl
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. ^ I
For sale by I
DR. H. BAIR. Wholesale agent, *M
June 21_No. 181 Mea?ng-?treet.^|
? nPERTOB TO TWE BEST IMPORTED CO
I OG NE WATER, manufactared a.>d sold wholesale
and retail by Dr. H. BotB.
June ti__No. 131 Meeting street
CITRATE OF EAGMtBlA.
A GOOD 0O0LIS9 BUMMER MEDICINE. VAM
fresh every day, by Da. H. BASS,
May 26 Ne. 181 M seam 3-?tr eft.