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AD vKBMSEss will take notice that we cannot
y gaga that any advertisement sent to THE
NEWS office at a later hour than half-past nine
o'clock at night will appear In the next morn
iii k, s "paper. -An exception to this rule is made
in favor of notices of meetings, deaths and
funerals. ? ?? ?? II
Meetings This Day.
Orange Lodg.i, at 8 P. M*
J Jtuxiliary Aspoclption, at 8 P. M.
German Fusilier Society, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales Tn!? Day.
A. 0. McGlllivray will sell for Sheriff Mackey,
at 12 o'clock, at the Courthouse, sundry pieces
of real estate.
. ARRIVAL OF THE ASHLAND.-By a telegram
from Purser Denslow, of the fine steamship
Ashland, we learn that the arrived In New
York yesterday. _
Tes LIPS ASSOCIATION OP THE SOOTH, as
will he seen from the article which we copy i
to-day from the Montgomery Advertiser, has, i
for good and sufficient reasons, transferred its i
business to that sterling company, the Equi ta- <
ble Life Assurance Society of the United i
States. _ _ i
DEATH OF CAPTAIN ISAAC DAVIS.-Captain (
Isaac Davis, formerly a Charleston pilot, but t
Just before the war master ot the well known t
steamer Nina, and largely engaged in the ,
Seorgetown trade,'died yesterday (Sunday) j
?ruing, in Georgetown, 8. C. The deceased t
had been in failing health for some time, and f
was about 52 years of age. f
DROWNED.-On Saturday last a young man 8
named Robert D. Dickson, living in Johnson's
Bow, on East Bay street, w<mt fishing with his 1
little brothel off some rafts in Bennett's Mill T
pond. While there he became overpowered
by the heat, and fell overboard and was 1
drowned. Els body was recovered, an inquest '
held, and a verdict in accordance with the
above facts rendered.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-An accident occurred 1
on Saturday afternoon to a freight train on the I
Northeastern Railroad, when about fifteen
miles from the city, caused by. the breaking of t
an axle. Several cars were badly Injured, and j t
the road was sb blocked up as to interfere with I <
the passage of the up-freight exp rt a train,
which returned to the city and left again yes-1
terday morning._ _ j j
DR. DARBY.-The community, and the State I c
at large, says the Columbia Guardian, will be I
pleased to learn that Dr. Darby has determln- t
ed to decline the nattering o fliers that have li
been made to draw him from his native State, I ;
mention pf which was made several days ago. j t
We are authorized to say that he will continue ! p
- bia connection with the University of the t
Stabs in the medical school. I c
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY/.-The temperance so-1 j
cte ty recently organized In this city have elect-1 j
lld the following officers : Hervey C. Merritt, y
W. P.; Isaac Kerlson, W. A.; James B. Town- (
send, B, S.; Thomas Cochran, A. R. S. ; Samuel I f
Steele, F. S. ; H. s. Pickenpack, treasurer; J. j g
W. McCIelsh, chaplain; Wm. Holman, con-J1
ductor; T. W. West, assistant conductor; Jos. I t
Brown, J. S.; Wm. A.Holloa, O.S.;H. Rolden, J h
Pickenpack, P. W. P. The division will meet I a
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. 11
TWO YouNU LADIES KILLED BY LIGHTNING, j 8
From a-privale letter to a gentleman In this I 0
city, we leam that on yesterday week, while a
Miss Mur?^,-':?ni^er of Josepb^JfctMurray, ?
and MWHld, daught?^f Dar^^^^oth of j
sbowS. While thereJ?? l^^?^^rj^^ 1
beingln escaped convict frot?rthe-N?rth Caro- j,
lina peniteatlary. . The charge was made by c
two other''colored men,' named respectively F
James Hargrove and Henry Baker. As soon I ?
as arrested, Bryant charged the other two men r
aa being escaped convicts' also, and they,
too, were arrested. An officer from North Car- j r
blina ls expected In a day or two, when pos- J t
jjbly this mixed up affair may be set aright. I c
DEATH OF W. T. MCKEWK.-The Orangeburg I
News announces the death ot Mr. W. T. Mc-1 g
Hewn, which took place on Tuesday last. He
was fifty-eight years of age, and was among
the old i ahab ton ta of Orangeburg, of which
towri ne waa at one time the intendant. For
thirty-two years he had been connected with a
the South Carolina Railroad, and, during his D
long connectlo a with the company, has never v
failed or faltered in the prompt and careful \
performance of bis duty. It was ia this em- t
ployment particularly that he has earned that t
high reputation for integrity which is the
Cwiling honor of-the citizen and the gentle- 11
n. - ' E
HoiTABD LODGE, No.;3,X 0: p: P.-At a reg
ular-'8?ni-annual meeting of this Lodge, held
on the 7th instant," the following officers were a
installed fdr the current tenn, viz': BenJ.- *
Bice, N. G.; C. F. taba, V. G.; J. T. Forbes, E. ?
8. ; J. E. Meyer, P. 8. and treasurer; E. L. Ter?
ry,, C.; W. P. Dunlap, W.; C. F. Wilie, R. H. S. u
???. G.; J. P. Bland, L. H. 8. to N. G.; Wm. a
Semken, R. H. 8. to Y. G.; A. Duncan, L. H. e
a to V. G.; H. DuMin, I. G.; T. N. Brown, 0.
G. ; 0. Loeb, E. 8. S.; J. Larchman, L. 8. &;
G. W: Grover, Junior P. G. Committee on
Finance-C. H. Eherhardt, J. T. Forbes, G. W. j r
?Graver, J. M. Martin and Jacob Mietzier. Com- f r
mittee on Charity-Wm. Semken, E. L. Terry
and C. Voigt Committee on Education-Geo. I 81
jOppel, C. Francke and W. F. Surau. Commit- J c
iee on Magnolia Ground-C. F. Lube.
"THE CRAB-VENDERS m CHARLESTON" is E
the title oi a sketch In the last number of the
Illustrated News, showing.two colored women p
bearing trays filled with crabs. In referring si
to the sketch, the News says, that lt was taken v,
by the artist while passing through Meeting si
street, "in Charleston, to the Battery, o
??Aunty'-for bjMacb^Tamlllar.jihrase ls the si
old colored woman of the South ordinarily b
addressed-has, in all their 'sedac ti ve beau- n
ty,'if such a; te rm maybe addressed to the a
members of the genus Cancer, spread her p
boiled soft shell arabs, decorated with sea- o
weed/oa a wooden, tray. When everything is t!
properly prepared^ the olaVwoman, in a low tl
and peculiarly sweet voice, which, however n
ia heard at a considerable distance, informs si
Ute lovers of crustacean fish that-'Heah's e
year sof shell crabs, only a penny apiece, ti
Dey's j ns' de ting; e bery one of dem pure beau- a
ties, sab.' The colored people are great lovers o
offish, and aunty's patrons are mostly from ti
her own people It is a not uncommon thing
to pass in the evening colored men and women lt
near the stands of venders,. Industriously at tl
work demolishing the crabs-which to tell s
the truth, are very toothsome-and, between o
mouthfuls, laughing their longest and loudest/ a
^ some joke which one of their number has b
AN EARTHQUAKE.-Tue shock of aa <
?ruake was felt at the South Carolina Rai
offices on Saturday. It is hard to say
Oils may not mean, as the shocking occur
3eems to have been confined to the one
mentioned. Any how, this sort ofreorgs
tion must be more startling than pleasani
THE BARNWELL RAILROAD.-The Jo
[earns that iron enough to lay sixty mi:
track has been purchased for this road, a
ls now on its way. As soon as the crops
aid by the necessary bands will be obta
md there ls every reason to believe tha
portion from Barnwell to Blackville wi
completed by November, when it will be i
?d right 'forward to Millen.. Colonel Vi
Duncan bas charge of matters, and the i
gentleman has gone up to take charge ol
Augusta division of laborers on the Port I
road, and he, la connection with all who
iiiythlng to do with the two roads, is i
?very means to Insure the early completk
THE Sara WARD MEETING AND .THE MIS*
LRY RECORD.-A few days since THE K
rave a brief sketch of a meeting of the I
?ls of the Sixth ward, at which Coll?
Clark, L. J. Taylor, a colored employee ot
Customhouse, and Congressman Bowen sp
?nd L. J. Taylor was very severe in his
narks about DeLarge and Delaney, whor
marged with attempting to organize a coli
nan's party. In the last issue of the Missl
.y Record, Daddy Cain charges that the m
ng was a packed one, stating that the pi
lent did not issue the call for a meeting i
;wo o'clock in the afternoon, when he k;
bat the call would not reach the people
nembers of the ward, until too late to atti
n the meantime, it had been arranged to h
his meeting, and all of Mr. Bowen's preten
rlends were secretly Invited to be pref
rom Wards Two and Seven. Collector Cl
ind ali the Customhouse men were there,
t was, in fact, a plain, premeditated Bo\
neeting. Resolutions were prepared by sc
volte man, that no one should speak exci
ng those called on by the club. It was cte:
inderstood that no one should speak
towen men, and they carried it out to the
er, except allowing DeLarge to be heard
.Indicating himself from the contempt
ihargeB made against him by a man nae
naylor, who was evidently put forward fort
In concluding his remarks, Daddy Cain wa
he men who prepared this meeting to ore
bat sncb a course will damage them more tl
CHARLESTON HARBOR-REMOVAL OF OBSTR
.TONS IN TOWN CREEK.-The readers of T
JEWS have already been Informed by telegrs
if an appropriation ot. $7500, made by l
Jnited States Senate to remove the obstr
ions in Town Creek, near this city, and a
oi a survey of this harbor. From the onie
iroceedings of the Senate in regard to I
tarbor appropriation bili, we learn furtt
lartlculars. When Senator Sawyer I
reduced the resolution for removing t
instructions in Town Creek, he said : "Toi
"reek ls a small creek that makes into Coop
liver about two miles above Charleston.
8 the'site on which the old ship John Adai
vas built. The obstructions consist of an <
u-y-dock and one or two vessels which wc
tunk there at the close of the rebellion. Th
ire a serious obstruction to the navigation
bis stream, on the banks of which are wharv
ised for loading the ? deposits of phosphate
[me, on board of vessels sailing for foreb.
nd domestic ports. It is desired to remo
bese obstructions. With a view to that en
ome time in the autumn of last year a surve;
rdered by the Seoretary of War, was mad
nd the estimates of $7500 were made as suf
lent to remove these obstructions." M
'handler and others opposed the resolutio
bis brought Senator Sawyer to his feet. B
bowed that the bill appropriated $940,600 fi
lew England, New York, Pennsylvania an
?elaware; the Northwest properly so call?
2,087,000; and the rest o? the country alt?
ether about three hundred thousand dollar
bat the whole South bad only $160,000, ot
fa total appropriation of $3,518,000; and undi
hese circumstances be asked If it was just "t
eslst thia trifling appropriation for the bartx
f Charleston ? The new commerce that ht
dst been developed there wi" be largely li
reasedand facilitated In its :ourse by the e:
enditare of this trifle." The resolution w?
[nally agreed to by a vote of twenty-seven I
Hr. Sawyer then moved as a further am?ne
nent, to insert in the bili "ac Charleston ha:
.or, South Carolina,'' saying "that this am?ne
nene made no appropriation. It ls merely t
?ring Charleston harbor within the list In th
eneral provision for surveys made In th
econd section." The amendment was agree
THE REGATTA SATURDAY. AFTERNOON. - Ther
ras quite a large crowd of ladies, gentleme
nd children assembled on the Battery, Satin
lay afternoon, to witness the oar boat regatta
rhlle equally as many were aboard of tb
rarious boats which flitted gally from pom
o point, while awaiting the commencement c
The course, one mile, was from Cbisolm'
OB to a point off the Battery Bathing-bouse
aarked by tbe yacht Louly, on board of wbicl
rere the terminal Judges, Messrs. Wilmot G
ieSaussure, L. D.*DeSaussure, Frank Porcbe
nd George Bryan. The starting Judges wert
tesara. Lawrence Chisholm and Charle
[olmes. For the race, the four-oared boatf
.Belle," eighteen feet long; "Cyrilla," nine
jen feet long;'"Ariel," seventeen feet long,
nd the "Sonia," twenty-two feet long, wer?
ntered. The crews of the boats are as named
"Belle"-B. Alston, coxswain; W. . Bmith,
Tingle Smith, H. B. Bull and N. Parker.
"Cyrilla"-Dr. H. DeSaussure, coxswain; W.
?eSaussure, Bobert Means, J. DeSaussure and
[. A DeSaussure.
"Ariel"-H. A. Smith, coxswain; W. Le
esne, DeSaussure Bull, George S. Holmes and
"Soula"-W. A Pringle, coxswain; A L.
'ates, George C. Gaillard. H. B. Simons and
Early In the afternoon and up to some minutes
ast 6 o'clock-the hour appointed for the
tart-there was a high wind and rough water,
?hieb, delayed the boatmen in getting Into po?
lt ion. However, a few minutes before 7
'clock they were In Une, the signal for the
tart was given, and off the boats dashed. They
ad not pulled many yards before the race was
isolved into a contest between the "Belle"
nd the "Cyrilla"-the former was in the lead,
robably lour boat lengths, until within three
r four hundred yards of the stake boat. Then
le crew of the "Cyrilla" bent themselves to
?elr oars with renewed vigor, and were soon
early alongside of their opponents. At this
tage the race was very exciting, and bets on
ach of tbe boats were freely offered and
iken. However, the "Belle" kept tba lead,
adjust managed to pass the stake boat ahead
f the "Cyrilla." The "Ariel"' came next, and
ie "So?lai' (the largest boat of ali) last.
Owing to the number of yachts which were
tying near the stake boat, and between it and
bte Battery, very few of the large crowd as
embled on the Battery witnessed the result
f the race. We trust that at all races here
fter, the judges will see that all yachts and
oats lay on the James Island side o? the stake
oat. Tte boats will probably race again shortly.
NIGHT HIDEOUS.-A party of drunken ne
groes sang Shoo Fly! and drank parap water,
In Rutledge avenue, from about midnight to
one o'clock oe Sunday morning. Does the
Civil Rights Bill require the police to ailow
noisy drunkards to make night hideous, drink
fountains dry. and disturb tue slumbers! of la
offensive citizens ? Why is this thus ?
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.-The weather per?
mitting, the members of the Freundschaits
bmd will have a graud moonlight excursion
on the steamer Emilie to-night. She will leave
Accommodation wharf at 8 o'clock precisely.
There will be no-tickets sold at the wharf. The
excursions of the Freundschaftsbund are al?
ways enjoyable affairs, and we doubt not-that
this one will he equally so.
CRUMBS.-A school with two teachers has
beea organized in the county jail for the pris?
Colonel Low, engineer ot the Blue Ridge
Railroad, has been ia this city for a day or two.
General Butler was in Columbia on Satur?
Laura Keene and company are delighting
the good people of St. Paul, Mluaesota.
Annie Abrahams, colored,.was seat to jail
Saturday morning for a term of ten days, un?
der the vagrant law.
During a recent debate in the United States
Senate a senator desired to know if.Beaufort
was a port.
Julia Johnson was sent to Jail Saturday for
a term of twenty days, for immoral behavior
on Beaufain street
There are at present sixty-eight prisoners
in the county jail, of whom a large portion
are children, sent there for petty theft or va?
On Saturday Jeffrey Dayes, charged with
stealing spoons and a set of harness, was sen?
tenced to a term of thirty days in jail by Trial
Samuel A.' King, the well-known aeronaut
who ascended here from the Citadel Greenj
made a short voyage from Buffalo on the
A Chicago paper, speaking of hereditary
peculiarities, says that there was In South Car?
olina a dog which had accidentally lost its tail
and transmitted the defect to its descendants
for three or four generations.
John McPherson, arrested for assaulting
Stepney Riley with a horsewhip, at the South
Carolina depot, hos been sentenced by Trial
Justice J. G. Mackey to pay a fine of $50, or
remain thirty days In jail. An appeal from the
decision was entered.
We learn from toe Abbeville Press that
Colonel D. Wyatt Aiken has recently sold
some 400 acres of his Coronaca place to Mr,
Law, of Darlington, at $17 50 per acre. The
Press also states that Mr. I. D. Gaillard has
sold his valuable plantation near White Hall,
in that county, to a Northern firm, for $15,000,
The "Manner Verein," composed of three
hundred members, now existing under the
name and title of "Catholic Politic Casino," lu
Vienna, District Mariahllp, Austria, have sent
a vote of thanks to the Congressmen who se
cured the appropriation of $20,000 to enable
the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy to rebuild
their Orphan Asylum, which was destroyed at
the bombardment of Charleston in 1862.
ARRIVAL OP THE UNITED STATES STEAMSHIP
QUINNEBAUQ-BRAZILIAN EMIGRANTS RETURN?
ED.-At an early hour yesterday the United
Suites steamship Quiunebaug, Commander E.
Barrett reached the quarantine ground below
here, and after an Inspection by the port phy?
sician was permitted to come up to the city
during the afternoon. She is last from St.
Thomas, W. I., which place she left OB the
28th of June, and first from Montevideo, hav?
ing left there on the 5th of April. Having re?
ceived orders to touch at Brazilian ports for
distressed emigrants who might desire to re?
turn to their native country, she called at
Bahia, Pernambuco and Para, and received on
board about thirty-five men, women and chil?
dren, who come back entirely disgusted with
their Brazilian experience.
The Quiunebaug bas been stationed In South
American waters for three years. She went
one thousand miles up tho Rio de la piata with
the United States minister daring the Para?
guayan struggle, and returns home without
the loss of an officer or maa. and with all well
The following is a list of the officers : Com?
mander, E. Barrett; Lieutenant-Commander,
H. B. Rumsey; Lieutenant, Felix McCurley;
Masters, A. J. Iverson and H. C. WIsaer: Eu
sigas, T. C. Terrell, John T. Sullivan, R. E.
Carmody, Walton Goodwin, F. W. Nichols, F.
W. Greenlea/; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. B.
Ackley; Passed Assistant Paymaster, John
Furey; First Assistant Engineer, A. Aston;
Second Assistant Engineer, H. L. Pilkington;
Third Assistant Engineer, James G. Llttlg;
Captain "s Clerk, A. W. Dunlop.
Appended are the names of tho returned
emigrants and their former places of abode :
Parishof St. Landry, La.-Francois Vautrol,
Louis Vautrot, Joseph Sabilll, Mra. J. Sabilll,
Louis Sabilll, Emilie Sabilll, Victor Hugo Sa?
billl, Joseph Sabilll, Jr., Joseph Johnson, Mrs.
J. Johnson, Louis Johnson, Josiah Johnson,
Leon Johnson, Wm. Johnson, Solomon John?
son, Mrs*. S. Johnson, Solomon Johnson. Jr.,
Emilia Johnson, HUla Johnson, Mrs. W. Mac
Nett, Horace Andreas MacNett Thurston A.
MacNett, Hilaire A. MacNett Early A. Mac?
Nett, Mary A. MacNett, Mrs. Widow DeBlre
Arnaud,Mrs. Widow Drouhin, Anna Drouhln,
Mrs. F. Vautrot. Virginia-Wm. MacNett.
The above embarked at Pernambuco. Mobile
Margaret Joiner. Mary Jane Joiner, Priscilla
Joiner, Jarilla Joiner. Embarked at Para.
Hotel Arrivals-Joly'J and IO.
P. C. Rockwell, Aiken; J. B. Ezell, Mrs. Ezell,
Columbia; W. Stevenson, wife and daughter,
Aiken; J. M. Lombard, S. P. Whitman, B.
Bacon, Augusta; W. Gorman, T. E. Gregg,
Columbia; E. A. Marshall, C. S. Marshall, New
York; W. L. Dawson, Summerville; W. P. Brit
tlan. New York; B. F. Jenkins, Richmond; A.
M. Wallace, George Sellers, Marysville; A. M.
David, Boston; W. H. Glldersleeve, John A.
Maze, Phosphate ville; O. M. Sadler, South
I Carolina; H. C. Clyde, Newark, R. C. Fraser,
' R. L. Fraser, Georgetown; W. H. Robson,
Chicago;E. Barrett, Louisiana; Captain Howes,
James M. Ford, Steamship Whiting; Dr. H. R.
Cook, South Carolina.
H. Bruce, Columbia; J. M. Calhoun, Fulton;
N. Young, Georgetown; Mrs. E. E. Acker,
Georgia; W. H. Harp, Covington; D. B. Her?
shey, E. DeStaga, Philadelphia; C. Cohen, Buf?
falo; A. R Hale, Wm. Kelsey, Connecticut; W.
F. Clarke, New Jersey; U. Tlmmons, Camden;
B. F. Lamberd, J. F. Rose. Boston; Mrs. E. D.
Stewart, Springfield; J. E. Ferrell, H. B. Rum?
sey, A. Aston, J. Furrey, R Carmody, U. S. N.;
W. H. Harrison, Asuncion Bay; A. J. Jowson,
U. S. N.; M. Platt, Tennessee; J. G. Littag,
Baltimore; H. C. Machette, Philadelphia.
J. J. Nettles, South Carolina; J. H. Howard,
Florida; J. S. Foster, Northeastern Railroad;
J. Hurley, Mrs. Sheron, Miss McHalley, Miss
Connell, Augustu; E. E. Pelot, Bamberg: J.
Woolley, Edgefleld; A. A. Allen, Bainbridge;
M. J. McKerall, Marion, S. C.; Mrs. C. Gregg
Taylor and child, St. Louis.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $S 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NE W? Job Office.
Row ONA CAROLINA PLANTATION.-The Augus
ta Chronicle says that on Friday morning
difficulty occurred on the plantation of Mrs.
R. J. Rambo, situated in Edgefleld County,
South Carolina, about four miles from ? ugusta.
It appears that early yesterday morning Mr.
William Pool, the superintendent of the plan?
tation, went into the field and reproved the
negroes for the. slow manner in which they
had been working, and threatened to separate
them ii they did not Improve. One of the
negroes addressed returned a very short an?
swer, which elicited a curslng?irom the super?
intendent. Three of the men then quit the
field and went to Hamburg. In a few hours
Samuel Spencer, the colored constable of |
Edgefleld, came to the plantation for the pur?
pose, he said, of arresting Mr. Pool to answer
a charge made against him by one of the neg?
roes ; but Mr. Pool refused to be arrested by
the sable official, and the latter returned to
Hamburg for relnlorcements. Soon after he
bad left Mr. Pool went to Hamburg and gave
himself up. The case was to have come up
before Prince Rivers.
THE CITY PROPERTY-SOME OP rr TO BE
SOLD TO-DAY.-For several weeks past there
has been an advertisement in our columns
announcing that Sheriff Mackey, would by
virtue of an execution in the case of the exe?
cutors of George Gibbon vs. the City Council,
sell the Battery, tbe Artesian Well, the lot,
and the buildings thereon, at the northeast
corner of Calhoun and King streets. Also, all
that lot of land situated at the east end of
Pinckney street, now under lease, known as
the "Ferry Slip.1' Also, all that lot of land,
situated on the east end of Vendue Range, and
known as the "Ferry Slip." Also, all that
wharf or wood yard, situated at the west end
of Lynch street. Also, all those lots of land
covered by water, situated at the west end of
Broad street. Also, all that lot of land, situ?
ated at tbe foot of King street, and next west
ol 'White Point Garden. When the advertise?
ment first appeared only the Battery, the Arte?
sian Well and the property at the corner of
King and Calhoun streets were offered for
sale. Then City Attorney Corbin secured fro m
Associate Justice Willard an injunction res?
training Sheriff Mackey until the filing of the
answer of the counsel of the executors, from
Beling these pieces of property, on the ground
that they were bought by the City Council, and
dedicated to the use of the public, and so used
for many years. The advertisement was then
withdrawn ; but, in a day or two, the aforesaid
answer was filed, and ?the advertisement rein?
serted, this time offering for sale the "Ferry
Slips" and the other property above mention?
ed also, all to be sold on the 5th of July.
Later, by mutual consent of the counsel for
both sides, the sale was postponed until the
11th (to-day.) On Friday last, as stated by
THE NEWS, City Attorney Corbin, In behalf of
the City Council, moved before Judge Willard
that the Injunction heretofore granted by him
restraining Sheriff Mackey from selling the
aforesaid property be continued la force.
Messrs Phillips and Campbell, counsel for the
executors, after argument, agreed to withdraw
the levy, but announced that, although they
would not Insist on the sale of the property at
the time advertised, they would hereafter re?
new the levy. Major Corbin then withdrew
his motion to continue the Injunction.
However, last night a note was sent to THE
NBWS office requesting us to strike out of the
advertisement the notice of the sale of the
Battery, the Artesian Well, and the property at
the corner of King and Calhoun streets. As
the advertisement now stands, and according
to the agreement made by the counsel, post?
poning the sale until the 11th, all of the re?
maining pieces of property advertised will be
jold to-day ; the City Attorney, we learn ad?
mitting the right of the executors to levy up?
on and sell all these pieces of property, as
they were not "dedicated to public use."
CINCINNATI LAGER BEER.-^Arriving weekly
In half and quarter barrels. A supply always
on hand. For sale by
J. N. M. WOHLTMANN,
Julj6-4 No. 187 East Bay.
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Oreen and
Black ? WILSON'S GROCERY. junS
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnl?b good envelopes,
with business cords printed thereon, at U per
thousand. Send your orders. Every mer?
chant and business man should have his card
printed on his envelopes.
DAVID DICKSON'S great book on farming now
out. No larmer's library complete without lt,
Bound in cloth, extra, $4; sheep, U 50; half
morocco, $5. Orders received at this office
Good canvassing agents wanted. For terms,
apply at this office. Junl7-Imo
Health ano Recreation.
I LL I AM S TO & SPRINGS.
The :arge and commodious Hotel at this delight?
ful watering-place has been thoroughly repaired,
and fitted up with new Furn lt ure, under the super?
intendence of JOHN A. MAYS, and will be opened
on the SOth July, for the accommodation of visit?
ors. No pains or expense will be spared m pro?
viding for thc comfort and enjoyment of guests.
With the advantage of a superior Hotel in a
healthy and beautiful country, added to the cura?
tive properties of the water, and the pleasant?
ness of this delightful village, we believe that the
Invalid or pleasure-seeker caa find no place of the
kind hereabouts where the time will be spent
more profitably or agreeably.
The rooms are large and airy, and are so ar?
ranged as to furnish many conveniences, es?
pecially to families who do not wish to be sep?
Tae table will be'always furnished with the
best the country sud cities can afford, and, tn
their culinary depart m en; they would say that
they have secured the set - i'-es of those who can?
not fail to please eve : th. "lost fastidi?os.
Complete facilities are likewise afforded for
amusement; in a wo:.: the proprietor flattera
himself that he has left nothing undone that
might afford pleasure uad comto> t to his guests.
A few good horses and buggies will be found
constantly on hand for the accommodation of
RATES OF BOARD:
Per Day.$ 2 50
Per Week. 12 oo
Per Month. 35 00
Special arrangements will ba made with Fami?
lies at a lower rate than the ^bove.
july4-lmo JOHN A. MAYS.
^7"HERE TO SPEND THE SUMMER.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.,
W. D. FOWLER, PROPRIETOR.
This delightful WATERING PLACE, unsurpassed
by any in the South, is now open for the recep?
tion of Invalids and pleasure-seekers for the sum?
mer. The Billiard and Bowling Saloon, both for
Ladles and Gentlemen, will be found in complete
order. Rooms newly and comfortably furnished,
and the tables supplied with the beat the market
Stages direct from Spartanourg to Hotel same
day. Charges- $35 per month. Jun20-lmo
The WATCHMAN, published at Sumter, S. C.,
is one of the oldest and cheapest newspapers la
the State, and has a much larger circulation than
any other newspaper in the section in which lt ls
published. The merchants of Charleston cannot
find so good a medium for communicating with
the businessmen of Sumter and planters of the
surrounding country. Address
GILBERT & FLOWERS, Proprietors, or
W. T. PAXTON. Business Manager,
apr20 .-inter, S.O.
ptT THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Mr. and Mrs. Joan R. Heriot are re
8pectfnlly invited to attend tue Funeral Services
or their infant son, GEORGE STEWART, at St.
Mary's Church, Hasel street, at 10 o'clock THIS
pS*TRE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances or Mr. and Mrs. Eogene R. Walter,
and of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Walter and family,
are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral
Services of DONALD ROWE, infant son of the for?
mer, at their residence, corner of Pitt and Beau
fafa streets, THIS AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
pS* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CATHERINE WHITING, from New York, are noti
fled that she is discharging cargo, at Union
Wharves. All Goods ancalle.1 for at sunset will
be stored at expense and risk of consignees.
W. A. COURTENAY, j
BANK. JULY 0, 18.70.-The South Carolina Rail?
road Company having declared a DIVIDEND OF
ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE on the Whole Shares
of the Company (Unconsolidated Stocks pro rata,)
payable one-half on the FIRST AUGUST, and one
half on the FIRST OCTOBER NEXT, the same will be
paid at this Bans on and after said periods.
The Transfer Books will be closed from the nth
Instant to the 1st of August, and holders of Stock
on the 14th Instant will be entitled to the whole
dividend. JOHN M. HARLESTON, Cashier.
ps* OUR CONCLUSION.-AS FAR AS
we are able to judge (and we have given the sub?
ject no little consideration and attention,) the
conclusion to which the scientific world, the press
and the public have arrived with regard to
RAND'S SEA MOSS FARINE, are founded on in?
controvertible facts; and we have no hesitation
la warmly recommending the article to our
readers as an essential of the economic cuisine,
and as a genome luxury. To dyspeptics, Invalids,
and all those requiting a light and delicate food,
we feel assured tt will prove an Invaluable bless?
ing. In fact, we can hardly say too much In favor
of this most delicious and palatable food. It will
be found for sale by all of our druggists and gro?
cers: and if yon care to have a delicious dessert,
do not go home without a package.
^a*OFFICE OF THE SOUTH CAROLI?
NA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., JULY 6. 1870.-Sabscrlbers
to toe Capital Stock of this Company are hereby
notified that TEN PER CENT, on the amount of
their Subscriptions (being First Instalment -Two
Dollars-ana Second Instalment-Eight Dollars
per Share) ts now doe and payable. jgj
a They will please pay as follows, viz : fr .
S IrTCharteston-At the Office of the Company.
Ia'Sumter-To Colonel JAMES D. BLAND INQ.
ftlnClarendon-To DR. JOHN J. INGRAM, gm
as?W.D. B. MCLAURIN, President.a
WK. H. PERONNEA?, Treasurer,
pSSTOm PHOSPHATE COMPANY
NOTICE.-An Instalment of .TEN PER CENT,
ts hereby called la oa the Capital Stock of this
Company, payable at Che office of the Treasurer,
oa or before the ifith Instant. The Shares of
Stockholders who fall to meet this instalment
will be forfeited at the option of the Board.
B. F. HUGER.
RESTATE OF MOSES D. HYAMS.
PUBLIC NOTIOE FOR LETTERS OF DISCHARGE,
UNDER ACT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA. MARCH 26,1869.-Application
will be made to the Hon. George Buist. Judge of
Probate Court for Charlestoa Couaty, oa MONDAY,
the 8th day of August, 1870, at 12 o'clock M., for
Floal Discharge and Letters Dlsmlssory to the
uaderslgaed Executors of said Estate.
S. Y. TUPPER,
T. GRANGE SIMONS,
THOS. H. DE WEES,
Executors or the Will ot M. D. Hyams.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
JULY 6, 1870.-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.-The
Quarterly Dividends credited to the Depositors,
and remaining undrawn, will bear Interest from
All Deposits madeoaor before 20th Instaat, will
bear Interest as though made oa 1st instant.
The rate of Interest ls Six per ceat. per aanum,
credited quarterly. THOS. R. WARING,
NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS AND TRUST COMPANY.-CHARLESTON
BRANCH, NO. 74 BROAD STREET.-Money deposited
oa or beTore Joly 18th, will draw Interest from
Js!y 1st. Mtereat allowed March, July aad No
vember. Deposits payable :n deman?.
Jno39 NATHAN RITTER. Cashier.
pS* CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON BRANCH, No.
8 BROAD STREET.-The Books of this Bank win
be closed for the payment of Deposits from the 1st
to the 15th of July, m order to make the regular
semi-annual calculations of interest, bat wu: con?
tinue to receive deposits as usual.
Interest allowed oa deposits six per cent., com?
pounded semi-annually, aad upon all money de?
posited m this Bank oa or before the Sth day or
each Calendar month will bear Interest for that
mooth, the same as If deposited oa 1st instan t.
D. RAVENEL, Jr.,
pS* NICKERSON HOUSE, COLUMBIA.
I have secured the services or Mr. C. T. KINLOCH,
or Charlestoa, who will look after the comfort of
the guesta or the SUOCKBSOH HOUSE.
july7_W. A. WRIGHT.
pS* ONLY 25 CENTS FOR CUTTING
HAIR, 25 cents for Shampooing, and Eight
Shaves for $1, at J. LOMBARDO'S, No. 114 Mar?
ket street. July6-6?
GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time wheo, la 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing ir the history of Medicine has
squalled lc Largely used by the French physl
cians la treatment of consumptive aad scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or 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. Patleats get better after only one
dose luis been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-(Editor "Argus. Jaa?7 lyr
SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
?-ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.-?
pS* AWAYWITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Seat postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad?
dress Dr. &. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
pS* MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
oa the Cause and Cure of Decline In Premature
Man, the treat men- or Nervous aad Physical De?
"There is no member or society by whom this
book will not be found useful, whether snch per?
son holds the relation ci Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman.''-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mail on receipt of fifty cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DBF. CURTIS, W^shiogtoa,
D. 0. _ septl lyr
pS* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
rRUSSES.-Comfort and Core for the Ruptured.
Seat postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 LeHogtoa avenue, New
A N T~~E D7~
CITY OF CHARLESTON STOCK, by
A. G. KAUFMAN, Broker,
julyli No. 25 Broad street.
$10,000 State Sonta Carolina BONDS.
. 8,000 State South Carolina Stock,
i.ooo State South carolina Stock, dne In 1870.
4,500 Savannah City Bonds (Jone and Decem?
4,000 Laurens Railroad Bonds and past-due
500 Shares Union Bank Stock.
400 Shares Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
300 Shares Sooth Carolina Railroad Stock.
67 Shares Bank of Camden Stock.
- Shares Bank of Charleston Stock.
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Uncurreu: Bank Bills.
By A. C. KAUFMAN, Broker, :
Joly9-3_ No. 25 Broad street.
?o. 25 BROAD STREJ3T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dealer In SPF. CIE, UNOURRENT BANK NOTES
Bonds, Stocks, Conpons, Ac,, Ac
Orders for the parchase and sale of Securities
Collections carefully attended to and remitted
for upon day of payment, at current rates of ex?
change. , "
Prices Current- issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously to an ypolnton ap plication. - '"? \
New York Correspondents-Messrs. Howes A
Macy, Henry Clews & Co.. Luther Kountze, and J.
M. welth A Aren ts. Junl5-mwf3mos
E NEY H. BOODY & CO.,
.-* ??' . ' j
B A N K E B &
RAILWAY" A O^E N T S*,\
No. 12 WALL BTRKBT, NSW YORK:, .
Make Collections, pay Coupons and Dividends,
Buy and Sell Governments, Raliway Bonds, and
other Securities on Commission.
ay Particular attention given to the negotia?
tion of Railway and other Corporate loans.
N. B.-Interest allowed on deposits.
New York, May 2d, 1870.
H. H. BOODY. D. A. BOODY. H. P. BOODY.
R. SOLOMONS, M. D.,
Informs those of his patients requiring his ser?
vices that he wUl leave the city about the 1ST OF
AUGUST, to be absent until the latter part of Sep?
Sf)irt0 ono irnmisrjmg (?oo?a.
g c o T T ' s
IS THE PLACE
TO GET YOUR
SPRING AND SUMMER OUTFITS .
Di FURNISHING GOODS.
THE FAMOUS. STAB SHIRTS,
GRAY'S PATENT MOULDED COLLARS.
SOLE* AGENCY FOR
THE NEW SPIRAL SEAM DRAWERS,
THE PATENT CHAMPION BRACE, '
(Suspenders and Shoulder Braces combined.)
SIGN OF THE STAR SHIRT,
MHETJNO STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
? ? . . ? * .
? ? et * "*
* ? * * * # *
China, Crackers, #c.
"yr^-M. G. WHILDEN 4 CO.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE CROCKERY, CHINA
FROM No. 137 MEETING STREET TO No. 29
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.
Mr. W. S. LANNEAU will have the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under his charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No. 255 KINO STREET, cor?
ner Beaufain, and will manage that branch.
Our customers and friends will find a complete
ASSORTMENT OF.GOOD3 at both Stores at REA?
WM. G. WHILDBN. .S. THOMAS, Ja.. W. S. LANNBAU.
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
No. 29 HAYNE S T B E E|T ,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
CUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
No. 255 KING STREET,
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN <fe COf
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE POS STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS,
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mau, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote is the best remedy that can be
administered In Maaia-a-Potu, and also for all
For sale by Dr. H. BARR.
Na 131 Meeting BI rest,
octa Agent for South carotin*.
Partien SOUB-?ljia ?DOTJ.
By A, c MCGILLIVRAY,
Sil E R 1 F F ' S SALE.
The Executors of George Gibbon vs. the City
Council of Charleston. .,
By virtue of aa execution against the property
in the above case, to me directed and delivered,
will be sold THIS DAY, the nth of July, 1870,
at the northeast comer of the Courthouse, at 12
All the right, title ana Interest ot the Defen?
dants in the Property lu the City of Charleston,
hereinafter set forth and described :
AU that LOT OF '-AND. situate east end of
Plnckney street, now under Lease, known as the
All that LOT OP LAND, situate east end of Ven?
due Bange, and knowa as the "Ferry Sflp."
All that WHARP OR WOOB YARD, Situate west,
end of Lvnch street.
All those LOTS OF LAND, covered by water,
situate at the west ead Broad street. "
All that LOT OF LAND, situate at the foot of
King street, and next west or White Point Gar?
E. W. M. MACKEY.
Jnlyll Sheriff Charleston County.
Stncliun Salcsr-ifntnrc JUayje.
P LASS WARE.
VT On TUESDAY, the 12th Instant, at 9 o'clock,
in front of oar Store, will be sold.
13 casks Assorted GLASSWARE.
20 boxes SOAP !
&0 boxes Candles
600 Bacon Shoulders
5000 lbs. Dry-salted Bellies.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
O By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias and
Executions against the property to me directed
and delivered, will be sold on MONDAY, the 1st
day of August, 1870. at the northeast corner of tue
Courthouse, at 12 o'clock M.. > .'
All the right, title and Interest or the defendants
hereinafter named la the Property as below de?
scribed : . ' ...
J. S. RIGGS VS. H. H. HICKS.
Ali that LOT OF LAND, east side of Smith, street
measuring 34 feet front, by 92 feet 1B depth;
bounded north and east by Lands of P. W. and J.
H. Seyle, south on Lands of St?ren and J tuons.
All that Lot of Land, east side of Smltn ?fersee,
measuring 33 feet front, by 92 feet In depth;
bounded north on Lands of Goodrich, case on
Lands of J. H. Seylc, and south on Laads of
All that Lot of Land, west aide of King, street,
between Queen and Broad streets, measuring 20
feet front, by 130 feet la depth, more or less;
bounded north on Lands of Kerrison, weston
Lands of Clement, and sooth on Lands o' DaPre.
Levied ea and to be sold as the property1 of H.
H. Hicks, at snit of John S. Riggs. i ? ? .
J. D. ZANOOA, C, MENSING, JNO. TOLLS. VS. H.
HAGERICAN. . .
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
known as "Charley-Wood," situated partly in
Christ Church Parish, land partly la St. Thomas's
Parish, County of Cha r?es ton, and containing
1354 acres-less 80 acres of rice land previously
sold to Hugh Rose ; batting and bounding north
on lands of Thomas Sc riven, and of the estate of
Daniel Lesesne, and northeast on lands of Joseph
Fogartle, east on lands of Thomas Scriven.-Hugh
Rose and John Ward, sooth on lands of John
Champoey, and west on lauds of Dr. Alex. Gar?
den and the western branch of the Waodo River,
as per plat by Jos. Purcell, Surveyor, dated
March 17th. 1788.
AU that Tract of Land situated In the Parish of
St. Thomas aod St. Dennis, measuring 6266 27
100 acres high land, and 390 25-100 acres of marsh
landa, more'or less.; bounding north on lands
BOW or late of th? estate of Collins, W. B. McDow?
ell and Wm. Robertson, east on lands of Wm.
Robertson and W. B. McDowell, Guolen's Creek,
sooth by lands of - Marshall, Wm. H. McCall
and Jaa. E. Datart. and west by lands now br
late of the estate of Rein bort and lands of Ball or
Ingraham, as per plat, by Home and. Tennent,
dated January, 1867, for Julius Lachlcotte.
All that Lot of Land, with the two story
Wooden Building thereon, situate in the City of .
Charleston, east side of King street, between
Woolfe and King street, la Ward No. 7, measuring
24 feet front, by 200 feet In depth; bounded north
by Lands of Hagerman, south by lands of H. Has?
tedt, west by King street. . .. W
AU that Lot of Laad, oa the east side Of Klag
street, between Woolfe and Spring, with the
Buildings thereon, measuring 48 feet front, by 200
feet la depth; bounded north by Lands of Hacker,
south by Lands of Hagerman, and west by
AU that Lot or Land, with the Buildings there?
on, at the southeast corner or Hacker's alley and
King street, measuring 65 feet front on King
street, by 133 feet tn depth oa Hacker's alley, and
bounded south by Hacker's,
All those Two Lots or Laad, with the Buildings
thereon, sitaste ta Shepherd street, between Meet?
ing street and the Sou'h Carolina Railroad track,
measuring, the one 48 feet front, by 145 feet in
depth, and the other 33 feet front, by 44 feet In
All those Three Lots of Laad, with the Buildings
thereon, situate In Hagerman'a Court, the first
measuring 33 feet front, by 80 feet In depth, and .
the second and third with the same dimensions
Levied oa and to be sold as the property of
Henry Hagerman, at the three several salts of
Conrad Mensing. J. D. Zanoga and John Tolle.
HENRY CLARE VS. NICHOLAS CTLLETON.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and
Improvements thereon, m the City of Charleston,
situated la Beaufala street, and koowa a.3 ?1,
AU that Lot of Land, with the Buildings there?
on, situate ta Bam'a Lane, and known as Nos. 7
Levied oa aad to be sold as the property of
Nicholas Cuiietoa, at the salt of Hoary Clark.
CONRAD MiLVdLVG. JOHN D. ZANOOA VB. PHILIP
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate m the City of Charleston, at the north?
west corner of King and lane streets, measuring
55 feet froat by 75 rest la depth; bounded north
by Laads or Branford, sooth by Line street, west
by Lauds of Buch heit, aad east by Meeting street.
All that Lot of Land, with the Buildings there?
on, on the north side ot Line street, measuring 30
feet front by 65 in depth; bounded east and west
by Lands or Buchhelt, south by Line street,
known as No. 4.
All that Lot or Land, with the two story wooden
Dwelling thereon, adjoining the above, situate oa
the north side or Line street, measar tng.3p feet
front by 145 In depth, and known as No. 6..
All that Lot of Land, oa the sooth side of Line
Btreet, between King and St. Phillp streets,
measuring 50 feet front by 50 feet ia depth ; bound?
ed north on Llae street, east by the estate of
Hogan, and west by Jancovltch.
Levied on and to be sold aa the property of
Phillp Buchhelt, ac the several suits or Conrad
Mensing and John D. Zanoga.
GEORGE C. OWENS VS. J. EVANS EDINOS.
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate OD Edlsto Island, County of Charleston,
containing 1786 acres, more or lesa.
I ie vied on and to be sold as the property of J.
Evana Edlngs, at the suit or George C. Owens.
JOHN C. KENNERLY VS. J. C. W. LEGARE.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate on John's Island, County ot Charleston,
containing about 500 acres ot Land, more or less.
Levied on and to be sold as the property or J.
C. W. Legare, at the suit or J. C. Kennerly.
JAMES HARVEY VS. MICHAEL STAUNTON, ADMIN?
ISTRATOR OP JAMES FITZPATRICK
AU that FARM OR PIECE OF LAND situate on
the east side or King Street Road, shoot three
aod a half mUes from the city, containing
Levied on and to be Bold as the property of
James Fitzpatrick, deceased, under an execution
in the above stated case.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
jnjyU-mj_a. f). Q.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
John Holton and Thomas Holton vs. Thom?
as Ashby, Executor, et al-In Common Pleas.
By virtue or an order in this case Issued by the
Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge ot the Circuit Cour:
for the First Circuit, 1 wUl offer for sale at PubUc
Auction, at the old Poscorfice, Charleston, S. C.,
on TUESDAY, the 19th day of July, A. D. 1870, at
ll o'clock A. M.,
Ali that certain PIECE. PARCEL OR LOT OF
LAND, with the buildings thereon, situate, lying
and being on the north side or Inspection street,
known as No. 6, ta Ward 3, la the City ot Charles?
ton, la the said State, measuring and containing
m mn: on Inspection street 42 feet, more or lesa,
and la depth, from south to north, 114 feet, more
or less; butting and bounding oa the south oa
Inspection Btreet, oa the east by lauds now or
lately owned by Joshua Lazarus, on the west by
-Parker, and on the north by land of C?ptala
Terms-One-half cash, and the balance la a
bond or bondr oa a credit of one year from the
day ot sale, wich Interest thereon, payable semi?
annually; the bond or bonds to be secured by a
mortgage ot the premises, the buildings to bs In?
sured aad policy assigned until the bond or booda
are paid, aud the mortgage satisfied. Parchasera '
to pay me tor stamps and papers.
jun27-m4tul R. S. DURYEA Referee.
Q.ET BEADY FOR SUMMER I
No. 33 Broad Btreet (next to R. M. Marshall A4ron)
CLEANS AND RENOVATES
PANAMA, FELT AND SILK HATS,
OF ALL KINDS,
Maklngold hats as good m every respe.-c as new?
JOST PRICES VERY MODERATE. apr?