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All the News In a Nutshell.
A "stump puller" is creating great excite?
ment io. Newberry.
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Tew, widow of Colonel C.
C. Tew, who lost his life at Gettysburg, tiled in
Columbia on Friday._
? Mr. R. J. Kelley, ofWinnsboro, felHnto a
ditch on Wednesday night and broke his shoul?
der blade. \ . . . .
A two days'. Baptist meeting was held at
Calvary Baptist Church, some fourteen miles
from Manning, attended by Revs. D. W. Cutti
no and H. W. Mahoney. We learn that there
was a large number of persons present and
great Interest manifested.
On the 26th ult., Wm. Thomson, (colored)
waa arrested, charged with shooting Eliza
Moragne, (colored.) The affair occurred in
the neighborhood ol Wilson's Mills, in Abbe?
ville County. It clearly appearing that the
shooting was from an accidental discharge of a
pistol, the party was discharged. The wound
inflicted was severe, but not ratal. '
The Columbia Guardian learns that one of
the constabulary was shot a day or two ago, in
Laurens, by one Eichelberger. The particu?
lars have not yet transpired. It seems that
Eichelberger resisted an arrest by the mem?
ber of the constabulary force, drew a pistol,
fired, and Inflicted a wound which ls thought
will prove fatal. , - _
A three days' meeting commenced in the
Methodist Church at Orangeburg last Friday
.evening, Rev. S. J. Hill, pastor in charge, as?
sisted by Revs. J. W. Mtirray and B. F. Dixon.
Notwithstanding the very busy season of the
year the?meeting was well attended through?
out. The ministers labored on this occasion
as earnestly and zealously as we ever heard
ministers labor. On Sunday morning there
was three or four additions to the church, and
the same night the altar was surrounded with
some twenty or thirty penitents. The meet?
ing closed Sunday night.
THE PRINCE IMPERIAL'S BETROTHAL.
It is reported that the French Prince Impe?
rial is soon to be affianced. Out of a dozei
candidates for the rather pleasant position of |
Empress of the French, the Archduchess
. Gisela, of Austria, the daughter of the Empe
or Francis Joseph, is the one most likely to be
selected. She is about the same age, only four
months younger than the young Frenchman,
and is said to be pretty. The French thront
however, has never proved a happy seat to
; Abe princesses of the house of Hapsburg.
'. ) A horrible story comes from Europe to the
effect that "thousands of Israelite men, women
and children have been butchered in cold
' blood by the native Christians" in Roumania,
the metropolitan province of the Turkish Em?
pire., Roumania is the name formerly applied
to the chief possessions of the Turks in Greece,
and north of them as far as the northern ridges
of the Balkan monntains. but is now applied
only to the ancient provinces of Macedonia
and Thrace. The number ol' Israelites in Euro?
pean Turkey is estimated at 70,000, Greek and
..Armenian Christians, 10,000,000; Catholics,
640,000. The province of Roumania contains
t a population of 2,200,000, and the proportion
of Israelites to the Christian population is help?
lessly small. Persecution and intolerance
have .long been submitted to by the unfortu?
nate race in that country, and it appears sin
gular that the native Christians, who have
, .'themselves been wofully persecuted by the
-Mohammedans, have not learned virtue by ex?
perience. Probably, however, the story of the
massacre is greatly exaggerated.
FENIAN'S IN LONDON.
: The English capital is suffering a little once
more from terrorism of Fenians. It ls feared
that there are large deposits of arms at Bir?
mingham, Sheffield and Manchester, and that,
the Fenians are anticipating some some sort
of outbreak. The London Fenians have almost
.entirely ceased their public meetings, and are
reticent and apparently tranquil. Yet it is
well known to the police that great numbers
"of the London Irish have armed themselves
: recently, their favorite weapon being the re?
solver, and that Fenians from Ireland are
' banging about all the arms manufacturing es?
tablishments in the Lancashire District. While
.allmust sympathize with the wrongs of Ire?
land, it Is e vide nfthat the kind of vengeance
here contemplated caa do no good. The se?
verest and most dignified resentment Irish?
men can display against England is that repu?
diation of her government in Ireland which is
shown by their emigration to America, where,
in all the years past, they have found liberty
and grand opportunities, and where their
.presence is more than ever necessary to help
rto preserve liberty.
FASHION IN A FLURRY.
The snit of Mrs. Olivia P. Flint, dressmaker,
against Albert L. Coolidge, in Boston, Massa?
chusetts, to recover a bul of $1900 for materi?
als furnished and work done for defendant's
wife, within a period of three months, has had
an agitating effect upon the fashionable circles
of that city, where it was tried last week, the
jury falling to agree, and the sensation lt ex?
cited seems to be spreading to other Northern
centres of the beau monde. The defendant re?
fused to pay the bill, on the ground that the
charges were extortionate. The dressmaker,
in accordance with a threat she had made,
brought the suit and had the bill published in de
tail in the papers, expecting at once to recover
the amount, and deal a blow to the pride of her
' fashionable patron that would be a warning to
recalcitrant fashionables generally. Bun this
stroke of policy appears to have awakened
sympathy in the defendant's behalf, and the
press in New York and other cities, in com?
menting upon the case, applaud bim for resist?
ing the dressmaker's self-exposed extortions.
The New York World says: "There was abund?
ant need that some bold man should take this
defiant stand. There are not a few dressmak?
ers who trade upon the reluctance which every
man feels to subject his wife to the publicity of
a.trial in resisting an extortionate bill. They
therefore charge the most preposterous prices
for their work, and in some cases are by no
means particular as to the truth of all the
items which they assert in their amazing bills."
A PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per Br bark Ans
dell-1510 bbls spirits turpentine, 1030 bbls rosin.
NASSAU, N P-Per Br sehr Brilliant-3500 feet
The Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
SATURDAY Bvnaxe, June 4, 1870. f
COTON.-This ?r lele was dull, the demand being
light and prices so me .v hat easier. Sa'es about
100 bales, say 1 at 16*c; 3 at 17; lo at 18; lat
13*;3 at 18*; I at 19; 2ar 20*; 13 at21; 25 at 21*;
25 at 21* ; 9 at 21*. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 ?20
RICK.-There was a good Inquiry for this grain
at steady rates. Sales about 175 tierces or clean
Carolina, among which were : 15 tierces at 7*;
87 at 7*; 75 at 7*c ? ft. we quote common to
fair clean Carolina at 7@7*c; good 7Ji@$c.
NAVAL STORES.-There wai a moderate busi?
ness, with the followin-r sale* : Say 23 bbls pale
to extra pale rosin at $4 75 to 4 87; 67 do pale at
$4 to 4 50; 30 bbls dull at $3; 120 bbls No 2 at Si 60.
. FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, oy ste tm, direct nomi?
nal, via New York, M6d on uplands; ll-16d
on sea islands; by sail we quote MM on
upland cotton, and *l V ft oa sea
Island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi
nal; by sail, nominal at *c on upland
and i*c on sea islands, ttmttvis: tu
Kew York, by steam, *c 9 ft on aplana?
and *c on sea islands; by sail, *c ? ft on up
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by Bail, * ,
?%c * ? on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc V Ik on aplauda; by sall, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by steam, %@%c anon
uplands; by Ball somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 24>.i@24%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-ino Danks purchase dight
checks at %, discount, and sell at % premium.
Outside they parchase at % orr, and sell at }?
GOLD.-Buylngiat 13% and selling at 14%.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 4-Noon.-Consols 92%. Bonds
89%. Sugar afloat 27s 5d. Rosin quiet.
LIVERPOOL, June 4-Noon.-Cotton dull; up?
lands lO.^alOJid; Orleans lld; sales 8000 bales;
Evening.-Cotton closed dull; uplands io?id;
Orleans 10%d; sales 8000 bales : 1500 bales ror spec?
ulation and export. "Wheat quiet and steady.
Flour 21s 6d. Corn duU.
NEW YORK, June 4-Noon.-Stocks irregular.
Money 3a4. Exchange long 10; short 10%. Gold
14%. Bonds 12%. Georgia sixes 88; sevens 95.
North Carolinas, old 48; new 95. South Carolinas,
old ?4%; new 82. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat
very Arm bnt quiet. Corn lc better. Pork firm at
$30 25. Lard quiet at 16c Cotton dull and low?
er, 22??a22%c; sales 500 bales. Turpentine steady
at 38c. Rosin steady at $2 12% for strained.
. Evening_Money easy at 3a5. Bank statement
unfavorable, owing to heavy shipments of specie.
Sterling Arm at 9%aio%. Gold dull bnt firm.
Governments Arm; State securities steady, ex?
cept new Ylrglnrs, which are weak; new Vir?
ginias 68; stocks Arm, though a trifle orr the high?
est point or the day. The sub-treasury disbursed
$577,000 Interest and received $1,765,000 for cus?
toms. Bank statement: Loans decrease $65,000;
specie decrease $1,788,000; circulation increase
$35,ooe; deposits decrease $1,847,000; legal ten?
ders decrease $328,000; exports to-day $334,000;
tor the week $1,199,006. Governments Arm;
Tennessees old 62; new 59%; Virginias
old 68; new 68; Louisianas, old, 76%; new 73; lev?
ees 75; levee eights 92; Alabama eights 92; Alaba?
ma Aves 75; Georgia sixes 97; Georgia sevens 95;
North Carolinas, old, 49; new 25; South Carolinas,
new, 82. Imports or dry goods for the week, $1.
426,000; general merchandise, $5,596,ooo. Snb
treasnry balance, in gold, $75,028,2C6; In curren?
cy, $8,917,756; general balance, $87,634,504. Cot?
ton quiet and weak; sales on the spot GOO bales;
for future delivery 3000: middling uplands 22,'4'c;
Orleans 22%. Flonr 5c better. Wheat act ive and
la2c better. Corn unsettled; new mixed Western
$107al09. Pork Armer at $30 40a30 50. Beer
steady. Lard unchanged. Groceries Arm. Naval
BALTIMORE. Jane 4.-Floor firm; Improved de?
mand. Wheat firm. Corn dull; white $l 16al 18;
yellow $1 Wal ll. Oats dull. Rye steady. Pro?
visions entirely unchanged. Whiskey heavy.
CINCINNATI, June 4.-Corn advancing; held at
94a95. Whiskey firm; fair demand for old process
at $1 04; patent dull at si 01. Provisions dull; no
ST. Loins, June 4.-Corn declining; mixed and
yellow ?2a96. Whiskey firm nt si 05. Pork un?
changed. Bacon firm; shoulders 13%c; clear
sides 17%. Lard nominal.
NORFOLK, June 4.-Cotton quiet; low middling
20a20%; sales 60; receipts 60; exports coastwise
174;stock 1,732 bales.
AUGUSTA, June 4.-Cotton opened quiet and
weak at 20a20%c ror middling, and closed dull
and nominal, with a downward tendency at 2oc;
sales 178 bales; receipts 89.
SAVANNAH, June 4.-Cotton in fair demand;
middling 20%a2l bid, 2l%a2iv; asked; sales 50
bales; receipts 528 bales; exports to Great Britain
2730 bales; stock 23,565 bales.
GALVESTON, Jone4.-Cotton flat; good ordinary
l*%al8c; sales 250 bales; receipts 274 bales; stock
NEW ORLEANS, June 4.-Cotton dull ano nomin?
al; middling, 21%; sales looo bales; net receipts
745 balen; coastwise 84 bales-total 629 bales: ex?
ports coastwise 817 bales: stock 107,258 bales.
MOBILE, June 4.-Cotton quiet and weak. Mid?
dlings 21c. Sales 600 bales; receipts 12; exports
to Boston 592; to New Orleans 1*6; stock C3.5i>7
Vt-vr Torie Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, June 2 : The market
Arm and a steady demand prevailing ror all de?
sirable goods, with no Increase or the supply.
Sales of 200 tierces Carolina at 8a"8%c, and 400
bags Rangoon at 7a7%c. Common to good Caro?
lina $7 7?a8; prime to fancy $3 25aS 75 per hun?
dred. Rangoon 7a7?4'c per lb, currency; do 3a3%
per lb, gold, in bond.
From the Journal of Commerce : Domestic re?
mains Arm, with a small supply and a fair call
(rom the trade. We quote at 8a8>$c; sales or 200
casks. In Rangoon the business Is light to-day;
250 bags sold to the trade at 7c, currency.
Fren* the Times: Rice has been firm and in
fair request; 150 tes Carolina brought $s 25a8 50
per 100 lbs. stock l?iw tes Carolina add 1257 bags
East india, against 3246 tes Carolina and 20,640
bngs East India June 1.1869.
From the World: The demand good and the
market well sustained. Sales of 200 tes Carolina
at 6a8%c; and 400 bags Rangoon at 7a7%c
From the Tribune: Rice lu fair demand and
Arm; sales 200 tes Carolina at 8a8%c, and 400 bags
Rangoon at 7a7.*ic
Nevr Tork Vegetable Market.
From the World, 2d Instant: Charleston string
beans, per bushel crate, $3a3 25; Charleston pota?
toes, per bbl, $4; Norfolk green peas $1 50u4;
Southern cabbage $3; Southern white turnips,
per lue bunches, $8; Maryland green peas, per
BOSTON, June 1.-COFFEE.-There ls very little
doing In coffee, the trade purchasing only In
small lots, bat pnces are Arm; sales or Java at
2l%a22c. gold; Singapore Java at I8%al9%c, gold ;
and Rio at at I6al7%c, gold. Mocha ls scarce and
prices are nominally 41a42c per lb, currency ; and
for St. Domingo prices are quite nominal.
CarrroN.-The market has beeu very dull ror cot?
ton during the week and prices have eased off
from ^a hie per lb, with a very limited demand
from manufacturers, and sales could not be foi ced
except at still lower rates. We quote ordinary at
18%al9c; good ordinary 20%a2lc: low middling
at 22a22%c; and middling at23a23%c per lb, In?
cluding uplands and Gulf
DOMESTICS-There have been no movements or
any Importance In Cotton Goods, but prices re?
main without change, and the tone or the mar?
ket ls Arm at the low prices previously current.
Standard goods are well sold up. Woollens have
oeen In steady demand but prices rule low, and
so far as prouts are concerned the trade is still
GUNNY BAGS-There has been an active demand
Tor gunny bagB, and prices have advanced. Sales
or 2000 bales to arrive at 15>rat5%c; 400 bales do
do at 16, gold, in hand. Currency prices range
rrom 21a25c ror light and heavy, with sales or 700
bales ai 22a22%c.
GUNNY CLOTH.-Thl9 article ls Arm, ami the
tendency ofthe market ls upward. Sales or looo
bales at 30c, currency, and this price has since
been retused, and 250 bales native, to arrive, at
20c, gold, In bold. Domestic bagging is Arm, und
the best brands are held at 33a34c per yard.
RICE-Demand good, with sales or 501 to GOO
bbls Carolina at 7%a8%c ror good and prime. 200
to 300 bags Rangoon at7a7%c. currency. aud3%c
gold, in bond, and 100 bags Slam at 5Nc per ?ii,
NASHVILLE. June 2.-Corro:..-There was a
little demand ror the best selections at the open?
ing this morning, but upon the reception or nn
favorable dispatches, buyers withdrew from the
market. We quote nominally as follows : inferior
I4al5; ordinary 16al7; good ordiuary ISalO; low
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1869. None.
Received to-day. 13S
Received previously.49,478-49, GI 0
Shipped to-day. 20
Shipped previously.44,7 77-44,797
Stock on hand. 4,819
FLOUR.-Market steady as follows: Superfine
$4 50; extra $5: family $C; Taney $? 7">.
CORN-Is still declining. Sales to-day or 990
bushels. 600 at $1 25, and 300 at $1 27>i, sacked
ami delivered lu depot.
WHEAT.-Sales or 600 bushels red ami amber
mixed at $1 Hil 23, sacked ami delivered lu de?
pot. We quote buying prices as follows: Medi?
terranean 95c; red $ al 05; white and amber
OATS.-Market quiff. We quote at 70a7 5c, sack?
ed and delivered in depot.
BARLEY.-We note the receipts, to-day, or 400
bushels or thc new crop, which was stored, air'
not placed upon the market.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANGEBCRO, June 4.-Sales daring tho week
soires. We quote ordinary iCal7c; ?ow mid
dim* isc; middling 19.
ATLANTA, June 3.-Thc market closed nt -joe
ror middlings; 19c lor law middlings: iso for
good ordinary ; 17c mr ordinary.
MACON, June. C.-Receipts to-day 25 bales:sales
best cotton at 20*c, but there ls very little offer?
MONTGOMERY, Jone 3.-Our market ls dull at
19*efor low middlings.
COLUMBUS, June 3.-The market yesterday
was characterized by demoralizing inactivity.
Sales 179 bales, viz : Ordinary I6ai7c; good ordi?
nary 18*c; low middling 19c; middling 19>fc;
strict middling 20c.
Per steamship South Carolina, rrom New York
T R Lake, T Robinson, P Robinson, E Brown, A
Grant, Wm Munson, Mrs T Rice, H Steele, Mary
O'Neil, G H Pratt, E L Pratt, H Wolff, J S Sloane,
S P Allen and wife, A Baldwin, F Stark, J C Chad?
wick, Mrs Augusta Firnelssel and child, Marga?
ret McGraw, H Bissel, T Slater, W Laldler.
Per steamship Maryland, from Baltimore-J E
Tyler, J II Porter, G C Radcliff.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Beaufort, Edlsto.
Savannah, Ac-A D Schroder, S Boynton, P P
Boynton. J M Bishoff and lady, H Baker and lady,
C P Shaffer, Il Smythe and lady, J C Deal, Miss L
J Gould, G T Davis, Miss M A Clary, Mrs Williams,
Miss M Johnson, S M Wallace, C C Coe, D U Jen?
nings, and 28 deck.
First Quarter, 6th, 5 hours, 56 minutes, evening.
FuU Moon, 13th, 8 hours, 27 minutes, morning.
.Last Quarter, 20th, 4 hours, 14 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 28th, 6 hours, 13 minutes, evening.
R. a e.
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 6.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York?
lea - inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W
A Courtenay, G W Aimar, C D Ahrens A co. Ad
nms Express co, J E Adger A co, J D Aiken A co,
B Boyd, C Bart A co, J M Crafut, C B A co, F C
Bonell, steamers City Point and Dictator, steamer
Starlight, tl B A co, D Bischoff A co, M C Bux
baum, J C Burckmeyer. E E Bradford. F Boyton,
P Brown. F W Bliss, Bollmann Bros, T M Bristoll
A co. H Bulwinkle & co, R S A P, J H Br?ning A
co, W S Blssell, B A C, E H Barnwell. Cameron,
Barkley A co, L Cohen, T M Cater, J Commins,
J D Carr A co, J Campsen A co, W H Uttafee A co,
Il Campsen, H Cobla A co, E R Cowperthwait, M
Drake. Douglass A Miller, H N Morgan, Dowle,
Moise & Davis, Dr A Eckel, F W Earnest & co,
Laurev A Alexander, J H Ey man, Furcbgott A
Bros, Forsythe, McComb A co, M Finley, John S
Fairly A co, J W Fairly, S S Fraser, J J Perkins,
W Gurney, D Goldstein, Goodrich, Wineman A co,
J Gorham, Graniteville Manufacturing co. P L
Gulllemin, E H Gardner, J H Graver A co, Henry
Gerdts A co. Graman A Swartz, Hart A co, N A
Hunt, J Beeseman A Bros, J H Hillen, S L Howard
A Bro, R H Snowden, C H Johnson, Johnston,
Crews A co, Kinsman A Bro, C Kernson, King &
Gibbon, H Klatte A co, Killick, Wlckenberg A co,
C Litschgl, W M, W Matthiessen. Melchers A Mul?
ler, J Madsen, W Marscher, M Marks, Mantone A
co. J G Miluor A co, McLoy 4 Rice, McD Cohen, M
A B. B K Neuf ville. N E Railroad co, North, Steel i
A Wardell, B O'Neill, Ostendorff A co, P A K, J C
Ogerman, E J Ollivers, D O'Neill A Son, W F Pad?
don, C F Panknin, D Paul A co, E Perry, J J Per
kius, Quinby A co, J R Read A co, Stoll, Webb A
co, A v Stone, w steele, Southern Express co, A
Stelling, E B Stoddard A co, Steffens, Werner A
H?cker, Shackeirord A Kelly, A Isen, W Sheppard,
W H Schroder,W Vince, S Thomson, Tobias'Sons,
J F Tayior A co, W Cfferhardt. J H V?llers, G H
Walter A co. W.C Bee A co, J N M Wohltmann, G
Williams, L Weiskopf, Walker, Evans A Cogswell,
R White, W A D, W J Yates A co, J Burke A Son,
G Wiehes, Dr L C Hasell. S C Railroad Agent, and
others. Passed steamships Herman Livingston
20 miles south of Hatteras, United States and
America off Lookout, J W Everman off Erring
l'an, and Charleston orr Cape Roman. The South
Carolina had line, pleasant weather the entire
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore-left
2d umlaut. Mdse. To Mordecai A co, P C Tren
holm, S A Deaborn, W H Chafee A co, .Ino Heins,
Schachte & Touhey, ll Klstte A co, P Walsh. W T
Miller. Laurev A Alexander. Kinsman Bros, Re- ti?
er A Davis. Kllnck, Wickenbenr A co. Stenhouse
A co. Lollmaun Bros, H Cobla A co, J N Robson,
J ll Muller, J Thomson A co, Adams, Damon A co,
w T lliiisell, Wagner A Mousocs, Southern Express
Steamer Pilot Boy, White, Savannah via Beau?
fort, Ac loo packages md<c. To J D Aiken A
co. J Chadwick, M G, W M Bird A co, Jeffords A
co, H L loonier. Ravenel A co. Mr Bell, A J Thou
ron, Southern Express Company, Holmes A Cal?
der, F Kressel, B C Adams.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 40 tierces rice.
To W C Bee A CO.
Spanish brig Auuita. Cullcll, Mayaguez, P R
13 days. Ballast. To W P Hall.
British bark Ansdell, Tupi in. a Port In Great
Britain-lt Mure A ro.
British sehr Brilliant, Bethel, Nassau, N P-A
British bark Ansdell, Tuplin, a Port In Great
Sehr Surprise, Beers, Baltimore.
British sehr Brilliant, Bethel. Nassau, N P.
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr Georgetta Lawrence, Robinson, Boston,
Sehr Kate E Rich, Doughty, Philadelphia. June
Sehr .1 E Carnage. Pitcher, Baltimore, June 2.
Sehr Wenonah, Noyes, Baltimore, June 2.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan, New York, June 2.
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Veto, McCarthy, at Philadelphia, June 1.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Henry Castoff, Damon, ut Baltimore, June
PHILADELPHIA. June 2.-The British brig Cecilla,
Bistrop, from Philadelphia for Queenstown for
orders, while at anchor in Delaware Bay, was run
Into by the sehr Kate E Rich, Jrom Charleston,
carrying away jibbooin, chain plates, and other
The J E Dally. Wall, from Georgetown, S C, ar?
rived at New York June 1.
The sehr Ridgewood, Dcrrlcksen, from George?
town, S C, arrived at. New York June 2.
The sehr Carrie S Webb, Brvwster, from George?
town, S C, arrived at New York June 2.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TUI3 PORT.
Brig Lewis L Squires, Tyler, up.April 21
Sehr Helene, Bahrs, up.Muy 10
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.May 31
Sehr Wm Bemeut, Penny, up.-.May 12
Sehr Florence Rodgers, Crawford, up.May 30
Sehr Edith Everraau, Corson, cleared.April 25
Sehr Veto, McCarthy, np.June 1
MRS. E. KEOGH' O F F E It S HER
services asa CHIROPODIST, to the ladies
aim gentlemen of Charleston. Special attention
paid to the cure of Corns, Bunions. Ingrowing
Nulls, Ac. Can be seen at her residence. No. 6
Pitt street, from 10 A. M. tu 2 P. M., and 3 to 5
I think lt my duty to the public, to state that
Mrs. KEOGH ls, in my opinion, the best Chiropo?
dist of the day. Her operations don't give pain,
and are very successful. E. NORTH. M. 1).
The undersigned recommend Mrs. KEOGH, hav?
ing known for many years the entire satisfac?
tion expressed by numerous persons lu this city,
of her skill and success as a Chiropodist.
ELIAS HORLBECK, M. D.,
mn,v20_W. M. FITCH. M. 1)._
fJIHE WHITE SULPHUR SP li IN GS,
GREEXCRIER COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for the Alterative Waters and Fash
ionable patrons, will be open on May lilli; capa?
ble of accommodating. in view of the improve?
ments made, from 1500 to 2ouo persons. 7..- uirs
of the Chesapeake nud Ohio Railway now run io
The locution ls 2000 feet above the level of the
sea. affording entire relier from summer prostrat?
Excellent Bands and extensive livery in attend?
ance, and cverv arrangement for thc enjoyment
ortgupsts. FANCY and MASQUERADE BALLS.
CHARGES-$25 p. r week, and $90 per mouth of
30 days. Children under ten years and colored
servants half price; white servants according to
m ay 30-15 PEYTON A CO.. Proprietors.
T~ OE IIOT SPRINGS, BATH CJ?NT?^
Professor J. L. CADELL, M. D.. or thc University
of Virginia, Resident Physician.
This renowned Watering Place will be open to
visitor-i June 1st, under thu management of JAS.
A. McCLUNG. No expense or effort has been, or
will be spared to make these SPKIXGS attractive
to both the invalid anil the pleasure seeker.
The BATHS vary in temp?rature noni 80 to loo
degrees faren heit. The value of these Thermal
Waters is not excelled by any waters ou Hie
Descriptive pamphlets, containing a full account
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cases cured, or relieved, can bi; had on applica?
tion to the Manager, at the springs, or io S. C.
TARDY A co.. Richmond. Virginia.
Telegraph (lillee in thc Hotel.
S. C. TARDY. I Owner?.
Tiles. lLPKlCE ACO.,] Richmond, Va
pm- THE GREAT TONIC AND INVIGO
RANT.-One that has stood the test of time, and
to-day is thc favorite Medicine in Germany, and
destined to become the favorite Bitters of Ameri?
ca, la LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BITTERS.
^LIEBIG'S COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF MEAT secures great economy and convenience
in housekeeping and excellence in cooking. None
genuine wIthout the signature of Baron LIEBIG,
the inventor, and of MAX PETTENKOFFER,
delegate. J. MILHAU'S SONS,
may23-mthlmo No. 183 Broadway. New York.
p3r MANHOOD AND "WOMANHOOD.
Essays for young men, on the passional attrac?
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MARRIAGE, when perfect manhood and perfect
womanhood unite to consecrate the union. Sent
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p*~ MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Canse and Cure of Decline in Premature
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De?
"There ls uo member of society by whom this
book will not be found useful, whether such per?
son holds the relation cf Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of fifty cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DKF. CURTIS, Washington,
D. C._septl lyr
^BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best In the world
harmless, reliable, instantaneous, does not con?
tain lead, nor any vttalic poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has had thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold Its integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied
at No. 16 Bond street, New York.
pm-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, In 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing in the history or Medicine has
equalled it. largely used by the French physi?
cians in treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
dose ?uis oeen taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the pnbllc-fEdltor "Argus." lann lyr
ps- SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS.-TO
have good, light, spongy, and at all times sweet
Bread, Biscuits, Rolls, Cakes, ?c., to have lt nu?
tritions, and yet not Injurious to health, ls cer?
tainly a great desideratum.
WAGNER'S VIRGINIA YEAST POWDERS
Combine all these properties. They do away en?
tirely with Yeast and the troublesome process of
making lt, saving you time, labor and money;
they are the most popular Powders In Virginia,
are the productions of home industry, and receiv?
ed at our late State Fair the highest premium over
all other Powders.
Prepared by L. WAGNER, Druggist, Richmond,
Va. DOWLS, MOISE k DAVIS,
aprl3 wfrnZmos Charleston, s. c.. Agents.
^THREE REQUISITES OF HEALTH.
If all the sickly people In the world were to take
to their beds, and demand medical treatment,
there would not be doctors enough to attend
them, nor a sufficient number or the robust to
nurse them. Three conditions are absolutely es?
sential to health, viz: a good appetite, easy diges?
tion, and the ability to sleep soundly. Seven
elghihsorthe many thousands who suffer from In?
disposition, yet do not labor under serious dis?
ease, complain that they "can't eat," that their
stomachs are "out of order," or that they "don't
sleep well." For this class of ailments few per?
sons think or calling In a physician. Nor ls lt ne?
cessary, Inasmuch as a course or IIOSTETTER'S
BITTERS will certainly relieve the derangements
or the stomach, the liver, and the nervous system,
from which want or appetite, indigestion and
sleeplessness arise. This excellent vegetable tonic
and corrective is also a delightful anodyne. In?
somnia, (or incapacity to sleep,) which has resist?
ed all the ordinary remedies, will yield readily to
a dose or this pleasant sedative taken just
before retiring to rest. In ordinary medical
practice lt ls usual to give a stomachic, an ape?
rient, an invigorant, a soporific, or an antiseptic,
as the ease for the time being may seem more
particularly to require; but in this grand restora?
tive all these medicinal properties, and many
others, are blended in due proportion. Thus the
digestion ls stimulated, while the bowels arc r?gu?
l?t?), the liver toned, the strength recruited, thc
nerves calmed, the fluids purllied, anil the circu?
lation equalized. It is believed that there ls no
other restorative and regulating medicine in the
world which acts so bene?cially and agreeably
upon all Hie assimilating and secretive organs at
the same time; and to all who lack the three fun?
damental requisites or health and enjoyment, a
vigorous appetite, sound digestion and refresh?
ing sleep, lt ls confidently recommended as a
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And a large variety or
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Our stock has been selected with great care,
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Vlele's Six Lectures on Agriculture.
Wright's 3000 Receipts.
Youatt on the Dog, edited by Lewis.
McClure's Diseases, American Stable, Field and
Stonehenge: The Dorse In the Stable and the
American Gardiner's Assistant-Bridgman, revis?
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Bridgman's Kitchen Gardener, a new edition.
Culture of the Grape and Wineiuaklng, by Robt.
Buchanan, with an Appendix on thc Cultiva?
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AVIS & MILLER'S
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
QUALITY STILL FURTHER IMPROVED.
We beg leave respectfully to call ri-.e atrcntioL
of the public to our Superior Flavoring Extract*.
As teu years have now elapsed since we H rsi in
traduced them to the notice of the American put?
lie. we deem lr. unnecessary at present to cuter
into a lengthy description of their merits. Ac
There is hardly a elty or town of any note In th*
country Into which they have not fouud then
way. Thc reason of this widespread popular:?
atti dally Increasing demand ls owing entirely tc
their peculiar excellence and Intrinsic worth.
Being determined to make them the Standard Ex?
tracts or the clay, we have still further improved
their quality, and now we Driuly and honestly be
lleve that they stand without a rival. Our Vaunts
Extract cannot be surpassed for ric lin ess and
delicacy of Havor. It is a strictly pure und high
ly concentrated Extract of Vanilla Beans, lt
short, we think lt the best that is made, at least,
this is the decision of the best judges lu the conn
try. We don't pretend to compete in price win?
ni any of the so-called Flavoring Extracts of Hit
day. which are really but worthless compound"
undeserving of the name.
For quality aud style, we defy competition.
DAVIS & MILLER'S
PURE YEAST POWDER,
A substitute for Yeast tu making Hot. Bread.
Rollsaud Baner Cakes of every description, ha?
lng the advantage ol' making Hie dough or hattet
perfectly light, anil ready for baking withotr
delay, and greatly diminishing the liability it
Many dyspeptics, win cannot, tolerate fresh
light cakes when made with yeast, can eat then
with Impunity when raised lu this way.
When used according to directions, lt ls war
ranted to make rich, sweet, light and nutritiou.
Bread and Biscuit, Mullins, Wallies, Coru Bread
all kinds of Griddle Cakes, also Boiled Puddings
Dumplings, Tot Pies, Ac.
PREPARED ONLY DV
DAVIS & MILLER,
A. J. MILLER, Sole rropiicior.
We have been appointed Agents for the state
of South Carolina for Hie above desirable goods,
aud can oner them to the trade at proprietors'
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN i CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
mchl2 smwcmosn*c Charleston, s. c
Q.ET READY FOL SUMMER !
LOUIS DAV A II D ,
No. CO Broad street (next to R. M. Marshall i Bro..)
CLEANS AND RENOVATES
PANAMA, FELT AND SILK HATS,
OF ALL KINDS,
M.ikirg old bats as good in every respect as new.
AIT-PRICES VERY MODERATE. apr:!?
Q J . ;< C IT LEPE (T I: ELL,
No. *37 LINE STREET. BETWEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description and RCILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Pla*ti?riue Laths. Paints.
Oils, Glasses, Shingles; :i:.-c> Groove and Tongue
Boards, ?e., consrantlv r?i hand nt tho lowest
mark*-: nrl<-e?; nl*o, Vegt'al !e Boxes
Q U M T E ll '.>. A T V IL M A N .
The WATCHMAN, published at Sumter, s. c..
is one of the oldest ?:;?! cheapest newspapers in
Hie Slate, and has a much larger circulation than
auy other newspaperin Hit-section in which it is
published. The merchants of Charleston cannot
lind so good a medium for cnmiaiinicaimg with
thc liu?itics.?iitc:i of Sumter and planters of the
surrounding country. Address
GILBERT Ht PLOWERS. Proprietors, or
W. Y. PAXTON, Business Manager.
apr20 sumter, s. c.
& C 0..
IR KING AND MARKET STREETS,
TON, S. C.
: HAND AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES. **
I P P M A N ' S
GREAT GERMAN BITTERSI
TEE BEST TONIC AND 1NVIG0RAT0R KNOWN '
They ZT-i unsurpassed aa a dor? for DyspepsU
aDi! General Exhaustion.
ASURE PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE.
BILIOUS. REMITTENT AND INTER?
IT IS INVALUABLE TO FEMALES !
'Tia A CORDIAL FOR THE AGED, AND A SURE
PROTECTION AGAINST ALL MALA
lt U tmdoabteilly the best Medical Cor
dial ever offered to the Pnbllc!
SAVANNAH, .March 18,187b.
UE-PRS. JACOC LirriiAN & Uno., Savannah. Ga.:
Gents-I have before nie your esteemed letter ol
the 14th instant, containing various documents
relative to yonr "German Bitters." After a care?
ful examination I must conrcss that your Bitters
is really what von represent lt to be, an old Ger
man recipe of Dr. Mitoherlich, of Berlin, Prussia.
lt will no doubt be excellent for Dyspepsia, Gen
Tal Debility and Nervous Diseases, and it ls a
good preventive of Chills and Fevers. I Und lt to
be the most delightful and pleasant stomachic.
I remain, yours trnlv,
(Signed) Arc P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILLS. GA.. March 22. lSTO.
MESSRS. JACOB LIITJIAN ? BRO., Druggists, Sa?
Gentlemen-) have introduced your Great Ger
man Bitters here to my customers and friends,
and I And better sale for them than any 1 have
ever kept before. Those who have tried them ap?
prove of them very highly, and 1 do not hesitate
in saying that they nre far superior In value to
any other Bitters now in use.
(Signed) . KIRKLAND.
We refer, by permission, to Doctors King. Sulll
van. Duncan, and other lending physicians cf Sa?
vannah; to ex-Mayor Anderson, John L. Villa
lunga, and other distinguished citizens of Savan?
No license at all necessary to sell these Bit
Retail Depots in Charleston, S. C., for Lippmann
Great German Bitters: At the Drug Stores of
W. G. TROTT, DR. H. UAER.
A. W. ECKEL k CO., ED. S. BURNHAM,
W. A. i K KINE, DR. P. M. COHEN,
0. .. L?HS.
DOWIE, MOISE i DAVIS, Druggists,
CLAC!US A WITTn,
STEFFENS, WERNER it DUCKER, and
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
oprio cmos In Charleston, S. C.
China, (Erorkcrn, &z.
WILLIAM (i. CHILDES & CO.,
S il ver- Plated war e,
FANCY G O O D H .
Iii PORTERS OP
CROCKERY. CHINA AMT G LASSWARE.
CHINA DINNER SETS from $35 to $75.
CHINA TEA SETS from S3 to $25.
CUT GOBLETS. $2 00 to $12 per dozen.
CUT?CHAMPAGNES, $2 50 to $10 per dozen.
CUT WINES, il 25 to $8 ^er dozen.
CUT CORDIALS, $1 25 to $? per dozen.
CUT LEMONADES, $2 50 to ?0 per dozen.
CUT TUMBLERS, 75 cents to $12 per dozen.
DECANTERS, *2 to $12 per dozen.
THE IMPROVED GEM SELF-SEALING JARS
[EXTRA PIECES FOR CHINA SETS.
C Ii 0 C Ii E R Y A N 1> 0'L A f-;S W A R E
IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
AT WHOLESALE, No l >7 .MEETING ST.
OPPOSITE HATNE STREET.
AT RETAIL, No. 3."i5 ICING STREET,
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CA UTI: H'S WHITISH aud COPYING INK
combined, go tn
No. 165 Meei In? street, oppc&itS ?Juarieston Hete!.
HE FOUNTS ISPSTRINGE.
SELF-ACTIN'G.-NO P?MPLNG.-NO Altt
The best universal SYRINGE in the market.
It is recommended by the first Physicians of the
It is so simple that it cannot get out or order.
There are no valves, and nothing that will cor?
rode. One will last a life time.
Dr. JOS. H. WARREN, an eminent Phlsician, of
Boston writes to the manufacturers:
..From the fact or Its simplicity and correct
principle In the structure of your 'Fountain Sy?
ringe,'and for the easy manipulation, practicable
result, and comfort to the patient, I have recom?
mended this instrument extensively."
The Profession are invited to call and examine
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
maySO ?cent for South Carolina.
^yYSPEFS^&\N DIG E S T10 N
PSOLU EVERYWHERE. "~7f f*\ ,
& WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. B. The Commissioner of Revenue ha9 decided
that any dealer can sell this article without a
special license. mch 2
JRISH ROOFING FELT.
THE BEST. CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Material for Roodng known.
For salo by
CAMERON. BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mcli-Uiimo Charleston. S. C.
THIS YEAST POWDER IS CONVEN?
IENT, economical ami wholesome. Try It, if you
wish to prov? its superiority not only over other
Baking Powders, hut to th?* common methods of
raising dough. Tor makins Light, Sweet and Nu?
tritious Biscuit. Bolls. Corn Grei l. Buckwheat,
and other priddle rakes, and Caki s and Pastry ol'
every variety, put up iu tins, ne* weight, as re?
Sold by K'-'wr* throughout the Un''-d States.
Manufactured by DOOLEY A BROTHER,
No. 69 New street, New York,
When you arc exhausted hy overwork of head
or hand, and feel the need of something Invigorat?
ing, don't drink whiskey or any Intoxicating
thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other?
wise. Sor h articles give Ju*t as much strength
to your weary i ?ody and mind as the whip gives
to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants are Injurious to nerve health, and are al?
ways followed by depressing reaction.
PODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR
Is a Topic and gentle stimulant, which ls not at?
tended i>v reaction. What it gains for you lt
maintains. When It refreshes boily or mind, lt
refreshes with natural strength that comes to
stay. We are not recommending teetotalism in
the interest of any faction: but long and extend?
eil'observ?t lou teaches na that he who resorts to
the boule for rot or recuperation, will lind, as he
keeps at i'. that he is kindling a Ure In his bones
which will ?insume like the Haines < f perdition.
Tum from it. Take a tonie that will refresh and
not destroy. DODD'S NERVINE ls for sale by all
Druggists." Price One dollar. See book of certi?
ficates that accompanies each bottle,
M . KATI II I ESSEN,
No. 201 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH.
AGENT t'Oit TUE MANUFACTURERS.
S T A R S H I ll TS !
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS
S 2 00
?han yon ctn
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