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NEWS OF THE HAT.
-There are four things which a woman can?
not do-tie up a paree!, throw a stone, carry
_an-nmrTrelia, and sharpen a lead pencil.
-The Paris Figaro announces, on what lt
claims to be the beat authority, that MMe
Chr hi tine Ni li s son will be married to M.
Banzeand early lr* July.
-Signor Brlgnoll has gone te Europe on a
professional tonr. He expeota to sing In the
leading opera houses in the old world. His
wife (formerly Miss Mcculloch) accompanies
-The opinion Don Pedro, Emperor of
Brazil, formed of Europe during his recent
.tour, is laconically expressed as follows:
"There are only two countries in Europe
England and Germany; the rest is rubbish."
- --Hon. Thomas L. Jones, ex-United States
senator from Kentucky, writes a letter to ad?
vocate tho endorsement of Greeley and Brown
by the Democratic Convention at Baltimore.
He says not to do this would be unwise, If not,
in the present condition of affaire, unpatriotic.
-Ex-Governor Bariah Magofllo.oC Kentucky,
has written a letter strongly endorsing the
Liberal platform, and nominees. He says lhat
lt the Democracy expect to get control of the
government and retain lt, it munt first recover
Its old position as the parly of progress.
-Dis. Nelaton, the eminent French surgeon,
ls reported to be lu, falling health, caused by
an Internal tumor which cannot be reached or
eared. In the patient expectation of death,
the afflicted gentleman beguiles the time by
translating "The Odyssey."
-To elect Greeley will nive us a Democratic
administration, says a Radical; to elect Gree?
ley will continue the Radical administration,
says a Democrat. Others think'lt best to elect
Greeley to see what kind of an administration
he will give hs, feeling we can, lose nothing
by a change.
-Massachusetts politics have had a sensa?
tion in the defection of F. W. Bird, heretofore
a Republican "tower ot strength" In the
central portion of that State, who has made a
speech pronouncing his abandonment If it
shall renominate President Grant, and bis
conditional adhesion to the Democracy.
-A "Washington dispatch to Ihe New York
World says: "A private letter received here
.from Horace Greeley within four or Ave days
by a Republican member of the House and a
friend of twenty years' standing states most
clearly that if a straight-out nomination ls
made at Baltimore he will withdraw from the
-Miss Tennle C. Claflln now has au oppor?
tunity to gratify her military ambition, if she
ls not particular as to the color of her com?
mand. The "Spencer Grays," an organization
ot colored men, has offered her lhe colonelcy
of a regiment bf men ot that race. As her
slater Victoria is on lite same 'ticket with a
colored man, Ten nie will doubtless accept,
and give a satisfactory BOlutlon to the conun?
drum, "Will the coming female colonel ride
Hon. Montgomery Blair, In a letter to the
Newark (N. J.) Journal, says: "It ia no time
to resent Individual grievances. Greeley has
dealt me many heavy blows, but since he has
turned his guns i gainst Grant, and bas come
to rescue the county from the brutal tyranny
which so degrades us .all, my heart grows
warm to bim, and .ls purged of all resentment
for the heavy blows' he has struck UB In past
conflicts, by the reflection, that lt is only be?
cause he has been so stem an opponent of the
Democracy through lifo that he has it now in
his po wer to' Bav? the country,''
-Here Is a new idea for a fair. Some ladles
of Boston racked their laney to devise some
thbg new, by which they could get money out
o? the pockets of the gentlemen, attending a
certain fair, and settled ontbe following plan:
They had an apron tattle and a necktie table.
The neckties were made of the same materials,
and matched the aprons. The ladles bought
the aprons;- or the gentlemen bought them for
thea, add every gentleman was informed he
most parchase ? necktie. The necktie sec tir?
ed, he waa apprised' he was expected lo take
the lady who. wore the apron to match lt to
the Ice cream table, and order Ice cream for
her and himself. By this sharp practice the
aprons were sold, the neckties were sold, and
the loe cream also disposed of, and lt was all
for the benefit of the church.
;.-i-The)"New York papers state that the
strikes there are making havoc with employ?
er* engaged upon contract work, and the J
affect promises to be most injurions to several
departments of the city trade. The union
men will. work with none but unionists, nor
allow worL to be done by those not in their
own line of business. The effect Is to drive !
ail movable work from lhe city. In some of |
the shops, the'employers have arranged with
tbe toen to work ten boors, with Increase of
pay, In order to keep up with the pressure of ?
work. Thia 1B, however, lu violation of the
spirit of the elght-hour rule, and will proba-1
bly brlrig'the workmen acceding to it In colli-1
alon with the onions. The only satisfactory
solution of the difficulty will be In having all
work done by the honr or piece, the men
working Just as many hours as they and their ]
-The cares and excitements of a campaign
cannot alter Mr. Greeley's settled habits, and at
the welcome close of the week's work he regu-1
laxly transfers his executive office from the up?
per room In the Astor to the rural retirement I
of his beloved Chappaquant farm. There
amid the wooded knolls and fertile meadows'
was held on Saturday last the first picnic of the
campaign. The accounts show that it-must
have been good to be lhere. The picnickers
numbered ?oma fifty, including many gentle?
men of position end influence, together with
their wives and families. Their beaming host
was untiring In his hospitable attentions. The 1
I bubbling ?pring, with Ita miraculous water,
I was levied upon copiously. A wood-cboppiug
bout followed, in which Mr. Greeley came ont
ahead and handled bis long-handled hatchet
with terrible effect. The mellow horn was
!heu wound, and, with excellent appetites^
the company sat down to lunch upon lobster
safad and cold chicken, while Mr. Greeley mo?
destly contented himself with Boston brown
bread and cold water, over which unlnebriating
banquet he fell Into a reverie which lasted un?
til, the. Importunity of hlslrlends for auto?
graphs aroused him from dreams of an actual
Arcadia nod a possible Presidency.
-Slr Henry Lytton Bulwer, the English
diplomatist, and elder brother of the great
novelist, bettet known as Slr Henry Lytton
Bulwer, died Sunday night, in his sixty-eighth
year. Hu was boru in 1804, and early evinced
great aptitude for diplomatic service. First
attached to the legation to Berlin, in 1827, be
was sent in like manner successively to the
courts of Vienna and The Hague. From the
latter elly he went, in 1830, to Brussels, and
the same year he was returned to Pun .nineut.
He was afterwards minister to the courts ol
Brussels, Constantinople and Madrid. In 1849,
8ir Henry Bulwer represented Great Britain in
this country at Washington, wh6re he enjoyed
much popularity. The famous Bulwer-Clay
ton treaty was in great measure his own work.
He went, In 1852. as envoy extraordinary to
Tuscany; in 1855 lo Constantinople and the
Danubian Principalities, where he Influenced
to no small extent the acts of the late Sultan.
Asa. diplomatist he must always rank very
high. In the estimation of his countrymen,
whom ho represented so often and so faith?
The Interest ott the State Bonds?
The official Ring in this State are per?
fectly well aware that their opportunities for
plundering the people will come to an t.id
in October, and they are evidently anxious
to make the most of the time that remains
to them. Our advices from Colombia hint
pretty plainly that a huge speculation of
some kind is afoot, and an official letter of
Governor Scott, printed ia the New York
Evening Post of Monday last, wonld seem to
confirm the newB that the Ring are once
more seeking to play the little game of fast
and loose with the State credit which they
have fonnd so pleasant and profitable in the
past Tbe first move in this game, we
take it, is the publication of Governor scott's
letter. Io reply to an inquiry from a New
York bankiotf nouse, the Governor's private
soc re cary writes:
"I am directed by bis Excellency, Gover?
nor Robert K. Scott, to acknowledge the re?
ceipt of yours of 15ih Instant, and to state in
reply that the Legislature at its last session
tailed to make any provision for the payment
of the interest on the bonds due in July. The
Interest, therefore, cannot be paid until July,
1873. The Governor deeply regrets this state
of affairs, but the fault is not his, it resting
with tho Legislature altogether."
Now the Legislature, as everybody knows,
has Bins enongb of its own to answer for
without being saddled in this way with the
responsibility for the speculative trickery of
the Ring. Nobody knewa better than Gov?
ernor Scott that the Legislature did "make
"provision for the payment of the interest on
"the bouda" Indeed, the whole drift of the
State legislation last winter was to take
care of tbe present and prospective interests
of the bondholders, altogether regardless of
the rights and wishes ot the taxpayers. The
validity of tho whole of the outstanding is?
sues of bonds was confirmed by an Act
specially framed for the purpose; and so far
from neglecting to appropriate funds for the
payment of the interest, the General As?
sembly, instead of making an appropriation,
which would necessarily have to encounter
the chances of renewal at each succeeding
session, made a standing provision for the
collection and payment of the interest,
which remains in force until all the bonds
are redeemed. The fourth section of "An
"Act relating to the Bonds of the otate of
"South Carolina," (approved lii.rnh 13,
1872,) requires that "an annual tax, in ad
"ditton to all other taxes,.shall b< levied
"opon the property of the State sufficient to
"pay tfie interest on the bonds named or
"provided for by this act until the principal
"of said bonds shall become doe." This is
explicit enongb. It is an ample provision
for the payment of all interest on the debt
Now, the tax for the payment of interest,
provided for in the law we have quoted,
most be levied by November 15 and collect?
ed by January 15. What authority, then,
bas Governor Scott for saying that no in?
terest can be paid until July, 11173? The
interest due in January and July, 1872, was
expected to be paid from the proceeds of the
license law and of the Bales of delinquent
lands this month. It the money is not so
applied, the blame must be laid somewhere
else than on the woolly beads of our legis?
lators. Long before , the 1st of July next
ample funds will have been wrung'from the
property-holders of South Carolina to meet
every jost claim of ber creditors. We have
seen that no legal requirement is lacking
for the payment of such claims. If they be
not paid, let it be distinctly understood by
the public creditors that they have nobody
else to thank for the shameful delay than
this slippery Governor Scott and the corrupt
Ring of which he is the central figure.
About "Dolly Varden?."
An inquisitive subscriber in one or the
rural districts asks us to explain the history
and ases of Dolly Yardens. It shall be
The cherry-cheeked daughter of the inn?
keeper in Barnaby Budge is the first tender
damsel known to have borne the name of
Dolly Varden. The origin of the surname
is forgotten, although one ingenious chroni?
cler suggests that the word Varden may be
only a corruption of farthing, (or as Lady
Duberley calls it, "a brass farden") which, -
in turn, finds a twin brother in ibo farthin?
gale of Elizabethan days.. It must be noted,
in passing that there is a great difference
between the Farthingale and the Varden.
One was worn in front und the other isn't.
Returning to the original Dolly, it is found
that she wore a quilted skirt with an over?
dress or chintz, a qjjpterial used in later
times for bed-curtains and the like. This
over-dress of figured and flowered staff was
the common garb of the girls of the period,
but fell into disfavor until, after lying a
century dead, the article was introduced to
the fashionable world with the familiar title
of Dolly Varden. Delicacy forbids any
description of the latest improvements in
Dolly Vardens, or of the way in which they
are need. Fearfully and wondrously are
they made, and it may be hinted that
Thackeray's cherubs which had "two wings,
"and nothing to sit upon" could have no
possible use for a Dolly Varden.
For some mysterious reason the name
Dolly Varden is not applied exclusively to
an article of dress. President Grant, whose
wit is os keen aa his love of oftice is disin?
terested, gave to the Cincinnati Convention
the name of the Dolly Varden Convention.
All the office holders and organs in the
country saw the joke and guffawed. It is
no joke. The pretty horse-breakers are fre?
quently called Dolly Vardens. And, in gen?
eral, any person or thing which sardonic
mun wishes to poke inn ot is honored with
the graceful name of Charles Dickens's
This is about all that we can venture to |
say upon so intricate a subject, but if the
rural seeker after knowledge will think for
a moment he may lind thal he knows how it
Eic UL A ND, Chester Greenville and Mari,
boro' Counties, in addition to those al?
ready named, announce that meetings will
bo held to elect delegates to the State Con?
vention. That body will be a foll, and wei
hope worthy, representation of the tax?
Pendleton Support? Greeley.
The careful Washington correspondent ot
the Baltimore San writes on Wednesday lust:
'Hon. James C. Robinson, ol Illinois, received
this morning a lelter from Hon. George H.
Pendleton, in which HI ron g ground ls taken lu J
favor of the endorsement of Greeley at Balti?
more. Mr. Pendleton says that lt ls hopeless
to attempt a parly p omlnation, and that the
choice has to be maru between Grant and Gree?
ley. He also says that only two closses ore
opposed to Greeley's endorsement, and that
they are, first, those who are too foolish to
see that lt ls the only chance for a future good
government, and second, those who desire
the re-election of Grant. This letter places at
rest all dispute as to the position of the gi eat |
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FOR SALE OR RENT. A DESIRABLE
RESIDENCE lu the Town or Summerville,
s. 0. Apply at No. 41 Hay ne street, charleston,
T7EGETABLE CRATES FOR SALE AT
V FIFTEEN DOLLARS per hundred, at Build?
ers' Depot, No. 94 Church street.
maya* _E. M. OR1MKE.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OP SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the shortest notice. Also a lew good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSHoRD, Smith street, north or Wentworth.
House, No. 42 Church street, near Water
street. Apply at Shoe Store, No. 117 Market
street. . _"_Jnnl-a*
TO RENT, A HOUSE ON SULLIVAN'S
Island, on the Front Beach, commanding a
fun view of the Harbor, containing eight rooms,
partly furnished, kitchen and outbuildings; a cis?
tern and well or water. Apply tu C. W. sEiu
MOUj'S Coal-yard. Ea-t Bay._Jual-l"
TO RENT, THE STORE No. 115 MAR?
KET atreet. Apply at No. 113. junl-2*
TO RENT, A HOUSE ON SULLIVAN'S
Island, on Front Beach, next west of Fort
Moultrie. Add'ea jp, Nsws office. Juul-2*
TO RENT, BRICK HOUSE No. 129
Coming street, containing ten rooms, water?
works and gas throughout. Apply at No. 4 Marlon
TO BENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
Rn LIM NU, on the north side or Hayne
Htreet. Large cistern on the premises. Apply at
No. 1 Hayne street. maj39-thstu
OFFICE TO RENT, No. 21 BROAD
street, under Messrs. PressU-y. Lord A
luglesby. Apply at No. 1 Hayne atreet.
ILYon Sullivan's Island for a lady, infant
aud nurse. . Address, G., NBWS Office, stating
terms, lo at lon, Ac. mayal
BOARD, IN BROOKLYN. N. Y., AT No.
610 Henry street, by the day or week. Par?
ties visiting New York will And it to their Interest
and comfort to call at above number, a few min?
utes by horse-cars from CorUandt street, New
York, via Hamilton Ferry. !*acKet-street care
cross Henry street a few doors from the lurge
four-story doable house. Commodious and ele?
gantly furn shed rooms can be engaged at moder?
ato rates by addreBBlug D. C. KNIGHT, as above.
A V I L I 0 N H O T E Li,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
O. T. AL FORD & C Q.,
mayl4 R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
BTB G BEA T P A HT C^RTMT
COMMENCING MONDAT EVE SING, J CSE 3, 1872.
City or Charl?8ton rrom the Sea. Battery, St.
M.chae/s, St. Pblllp'9, the i at lied ral aa lt wau and
IR, the Old Poatofrtje, Olty square, the Market on
Saturday Night. Street Merchant, Kort Sumter as
lt waa and ls, Fort Moultrie and Beach View or
Sullivan's Island, Masnolla Cemetery, Ashley
River and Phosphate Works.
GeorgU. North Carolina, Virginia, K?nnt Ver
non, Washington city, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Vow Tork, Fulton Market aud Kerry, an Amlcaole
Seulement or the Alabama claims, the Oarpet
Bagger, the Militia. Applicants lor Legislativo
Honors, Leaving the State, the Bine Ridge Rail?
instructive, entertaining and amusing Lecture
win accompany each exhibition.
Full ?rene-tra, Gorgeous Effects and Magnifi?
Doors open at bair past 7 O'clock. Panorama
moves at 8 o'clock.
Prices of Admission: Adults, 60 cents; Children,
20 cents. j un 1-7
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NJ. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sums of and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
in this Bank, on or perore tbe firth day of each
Calendar Month, will bear interest (Six Per Cent.)
for that montb as ir deposited on the first in?
Deposits or One Dora- and upwards received
dally rrom o A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATUBDAT
Thia Branch la under the management of the
following Local Finance Committee: -
LOUIS D. DKSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELOHERS,
DB. A. B. ROSE, BESJ. F. EVANS,
C. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to. lhere being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
points in the State. D. RAVENEL, Jr..
may31-5 Assistant Cashier.
OTT TH ERN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.President.
ASSETS January lat, 1872.$1,241,947 40 100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston of tho above Company,
With the right to toke risks in any portion of
South Carolina, would Invito the attention or bis
friends ind the public generally to a few argu?
ments In Its favor. It ls a
PURELY SOUTHERN COMPANY,
and Invests all Its accumulations at the South.
It ls ably managed and has a large capital. It
doea business on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates an low aa any other sound Company
m the Couctry.
Call at my office and allow me to ahow you the
long list or Policyholders, which ls the beat evi?
dence of Strength Ina Company.
Agent for Charleston, S. C.,
- No. 31 Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sab-Agent,
aprie th Atlantic Wharr.
Coparmtretjipe ano Shsaointioitf.
C~~OPABTNERSHIP~ N O TI CE. - WE
have this day asst elated with us aa partner
tu our onaloess Mr. THOMAS C. RYAN. Firm
name unchanged. T. M. BnlSTOLL A CO.
Chai leaton, June 1,1872._jonl-amw3
VT O T I C E .-THE COPARTNERSHIP
Jil heretoforeextsUngat Florence, S. C., un
uer the name or F. L. SUOUBOE A CO. has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. K. L.
sUOUBOE will se;tie all outstanding claims
against the said copartnership, and will collector
dtfbts duo the Hame. F. L. SUOUBOE.
mayU-tnthsO_G. T. AL KO ?tu
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm name of BALL.
BLACK A CO, la thia day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner will algn In settlement,
Of the business.
(Signal) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
in announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CO. Inform their friends and the public
that they Intend to closeout their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
wilt bean Inducement for all tu parchase from
They have also a very large stock of unset
stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rabies, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
will bo continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands la that line. No. 686and 587 BROADWAY,
New York._lnlyl8 lvr
inillincrn, ?traiu ?OO??, JPC.
g PEING OTEITTNGT"
MRS. M. J. ZEBNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Will .open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING In all its branches.
Country orders will recelvo prompt attention.
Qc to m g ?Hatbinca.
HE N B W , il MP BO VE D
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER ? WILSON MANUF'O CO.,
aprfr-iyr . Nc 209 King street.
D*1J?AGES~BY THE LATE G?l^BE
Having on hand a lot of Floe WELSH SLATE. I
am prepared to Repair or Cover new roofs on the
most reasonable terms. All roofs repaired by me j
aro warranted tight, or no charge will be made:
Any orders left at my Office. Nu. 38 Broad street,
or ar. my residence, No. 59 Beaufaln street, will
be promptly attended to. ' G. W. KUAN,
may28*tuiliB3 Builder aud Contractor.
claims against the late Hon. ALFRED
UL ij ER wi.1 present them properly attested, and
those Indebted will make nayme-it to
JAM Ki K. PRINGLE,
ALL PEBSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Estate or JOH.v ii ORK AMP will
pease pi es en t their accounts to Messrs. JOHN
HUKKAMP A CO.; and a.l persona Indebted to said
Estate will piease make prompt payment to said
?rm. ' GEORGE CA ULI ER,
JOHN C. OJEMA.SN,
may n s3* Executors.
pr-.. NOTICE.-OUR RKADERS WHO
PROPOSE TO 8PESD THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WI3H TO FILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR ?UESTS.
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NU WS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
Uno MODLTRi r.Vi LL?: HOUSE iii now. open ror
the accoinmodail JU of boarders, permanent or
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
Jane Ist, 1872-siuthd Proprietor.
JtJ" O T I O E .
lae BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, off White
Point Carden, bas been thoroughly repaired in
all its vari?os, de narr manu, and will be opened
on 13th instant for accommodation or visitors.
The Soda Water and Ice Cream Departments win
be under the immediate superintendence of the
Proprietor. Tba iking the puolio for psst favors,
I would most respectfully solicit their patron?
age. ' M. MOMANMON,
AT AIKEN, S. C.,
At the ALLEN Hu?SE during the ensuing
Summer Months. Apply early to Mrs. N. L.
ALLEN, r.; - mav-7-lmo
JJENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
The undersigned bas opened the RIPLEY
HOTEL, lu this place, for Hie summer, and can
accommoda' e p .-rsums wishing to spend the sum?
mer at reasonable rates. T. A. ALLEN,
may20-1 mo Proprietor. '
J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
I TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-nORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, W dnesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at asheville next day by 1 P. M.
Leave Asnevllle Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
I Leaving Greenville in the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Ueudersouvlile In daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock |5; to Asheville $7.
may3 2mo_W. p. RLAfR.
THE HOT SPRINGS,;
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated for tho cure of Rheumatism. Gout, Paraly?
sis, Torpor of Liver, Chronic ular.-lice * or Dysen?
tery, uueas-s of the Uterus, Afleullon-i ot the
Skin, especially nf syphilitic origin, and numer?
ous Chrenlc Diseases.
Vary In to m pera ta re from 60 to 110 degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Chronic
Bath. They are moreover foand to prepare the
system for tue beneficial action of water* found
1 at the various other Mineral spriggs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely used at the most celebrated spas in Ger?
many, and walch give sufferers the benefit af the
very valuable remedial agents contained lu the
Mineral Mud. These Springs oder UNSURPASS
BO ATTR LOTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to t bose ot first-class city h tels. Every
moder/-, improvement nas been provided.
Professor J. L. OABELL, M. D,, of the Uolvcral
ty of Virginia, Resident Physician, For Pam.
pblets and Circulars, address S. c. TARDY A CO.,
Klohmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath ? ounty, Va._may22-2mo
ATO OSA SPRINGS
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
TUE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN THE SUNNY
Are located lu the Piedmont region, of Georgia,
twenty-five miles southeast of Chattanooga,
I Tenn., and witnlu two miles of the Western and
Those Springs, fifty-two in number, embrace
I every vjrlety of mineral water found in the fa?
mous mountains ot Virginia-white, red and
biauk sulphur, Allegheny, all- .ealing and chaly?
beate, magueslao, soaa and Iodine; as also me
waters characterizing the Moutvale *prmgs, of
I Tennessee, and Indian Springs,- of Georgia; all of.
which are to be found hore la abundance, within
the compas or this "Magic Vate,"
AFFORDING A CERTAIN CURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Com?
plaints, scrofula, all kinds of Cutaneous Anec
t ons, and in fact, every disease that human flesh
Ia heir to.
THE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINUS
are In thorough condition, newly painted- and
entirely new appointments.
THE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS ?
lu every particular. A magnificent ball-room,
100 by 3u feet, and elegantly fitted par.ors. Bil?
liard and bar-room 75 feet long, and a capacious
Direct telegraphic and postal cmmunlcation.
The buildings and grounds will be brilliantly ll
lumlnated with gas, and every attraction will be
afforded tho visitors to Catoosa Springs. . ?
The above Watering Place will be opened io pa?
trons June 1st, 1872 by W. C. HEWITT,
. . Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
ICE CREAM SALOON AND BAKERY.
Mrs. P. JACOBS would respectfully lu form her
friends and numerous customer* that she has
opened the above establishment, at that pleasant
and commodious retreat known as Mclndoe's
Bakery, near tho landing. .; ?.
She mtends famishing freshly-baked Bread,
mornings and evenings, and Icecream and Cakes
on demand, lo any quantity that may ba desired.
All operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANDERSON m the most scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
JAMES Z. STOCKER, . ?
And Dealer in
LIME, CEMENT. CALCINED AND LAND PLAS
TER, HAIR, LATHS, Ac,
No. 9 VENDUS. EAN?E.
Q H AS. LIE BEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
aw-Hlghest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turpen?
rp T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
, DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 178 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. a
The highest prices paid for Crudo.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES of FERTILIZERS,
Drags, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY, .
dec23-8tnth6mo No. 28 George street.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE S OUT HE Itv DYE HOUSE,
No. 369 KINO STERBT,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladles and children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
tar Goods received and returned by Express.
jnn22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor,
g ? G AB - C UBBDj. HjSQtlS, Ac. M
il?al? anppiy'^jt^^i Sngar-Onred HAMS of
tne';ioilowing brands: DavlB's Diamond, Geo.
cas?arrt-A Son's Golden Star, Kawson's Old Bell?
alie, Fitch's, Whitaker A >oo's. Judsoa Davis's
"Dexi er,""*"Pelican-,w Harris ATJo". '
Two: tierce H Sugar-Oared Hams,: warranted
sound, at io and lu cents per pound.
choice Pickled Oz Tongnts, Pig Pork and Pickled
Beef, ti i ii . ". f : ;
For sale by N. M. PORTER; l ? i
.... No. 238 Elng Street.
Jnnl-2_Third door, abovfe Marked street.
gPABKLJNG AND: STILL WINES. .
MUD il THE AMERICAN WISE COMPAYTOF fcT.
LOUIS.* Kit,} .:.:^.v?-.
SPARKLING IMPERIAL in case's of 1' dozen
Sparkling Imperial in ca'ea or l dozen pints
sparkling Missouri cabinet ia case J or l dozen
Sparkling Missouri Cabine", in cases of 2 dozen
plata. . . ... .. . ? . ..
Sim Missouri Catawba la cases or 1 dozen each
Dry Ca awba tn cases of l dozen each
Lry Catawba In kegs,of 10 gallons each. r>::
These wines are of excellent quality, and will
be so d at the company's- wholesale prices, with
tba cost of transportation added.. . uj i
On a des lu large quantities a liberal discount
will be given.
Just received and for sale by i
may30-ths2 , KLINOK, W10KENBERO A CO.
S.O. STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS?:'..
Just receive ! per st- amer A Une lot of S, 0.
STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS, small size. ?
Extra Falt?n Market Beer for sale low br
D. FITZ GIB BOH.
, N, w. corner King and Cannon ??Tseta.
All goods delivered (tee. . .
VTEW CODFISH, i SALMON AND IMACK
?1 .EBEL. r .;., ,. .agi .
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL, large size. 'crJcice
?New Pickle Salmon. St. George Codfish, very-One.
Pickle Halibut, Pickle Herrings.-- . ,-t
For sale by " D. FITZ GIBBON, "
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free._
pRBSH BISCUITS, CRACKERS, Ac -iv
Jest received per Steamer Falcon, all kinds or
FRESH BISCUIT, aa follows : - '
Milk Biscuits, Cream Jumbles; Lemon Snap*.
Ginger Snaps, Soda Biscuit. Arrowroot, Biscuit,
Oyster Biscuit, Batter Crackers, Wine Crackers
and Pilot Bread. . < . . . . -..-ft. VST i
For sale low by, . D. FITZ GIBB OS,
N. w. corner King and Cannon streets.' -
All g. ods delivered free. - . ? >
QHOIOE WINES, BRANDIES, GINS, Ac
A line lot or PUBS RYE WHISKIES, Brandies,
Some or that fine OLD CORN WHISKEY; at
Si 76 per gallon. And rall supply ol low grade
Whiskey always on band.
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON.
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All good i delivered free. _mayis-lmo
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, m?. 8. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 ? EAST BAY;"
Offer for sale from U. & Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROU HELLE BRANDY
varions vintages, ta -
Quarter casks luitt ??. uvn
Eighth casts 1 . '
. AND ' BWL '
. Cases of one donen bottles eaoh.
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery: SUGARS.
: .. . .MOBQBOAIiA.'OOU'
J? AL KI B, K ALB. tfjjjg
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, off?, for
sale an invoice or "Falkirk" ALE, landing'direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. MORDECAI Ax?. !
jp OR TO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. T10 East Bay. offer for
.ale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. MORDECAI A 00.
p RIME WHITE CORN.'
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Ea?t Bay, offer fof^
sale Pilme White CORN, In new sacks.
__._ MORDECAI *00.
CHOICE 'HAVANA CIGARS. "
- ?iiii? i 'Xi < >.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, oder for
sale an Invoice ol Choice HAVANA CIGARS; di?
rectfrom Factory in Havana, j |M* -
ADAMANTINE CAN D LBS.
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by A. TOBIAS? SCr.3. '
feb28-flmos_"? . ?." ?? ???rn-..;
"jpBOOLAIM THE GLAD TIDINGS."
. ? ..-.!. /.?t?rrjj '. - -? ... 'io t??7 !^?i
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TEAS!* TEAS! TE A 81
- - : ' . '.?''.? . - Mitt; ~.n*??
.WI LSON ?81
W ? L S O N ' SI _
306 KING STREET I
306 KING STREET I
306 KING STREET I
Owing to the large quantities or TEAS ?oat of
bond, and now being sacrl fl ced by jobbers to raise
money, we have bought for CASH-anticipating
the reduction or duty- . .,
A LAgQE ASSORTMENT OF
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I- . .
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I.
WHICH WE WILL SELL
WHlCd WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND 1 ?
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND I ;
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PE? POUND r "
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSOMBRS
: GIVING TO OONSUMEBS
A TEA THAT IS WORTH i ..
A TEA THAT IS WORTH
IA TEA THAT IS WORTH . .... .-,
tl 26 CENTS PER POUND
$1 25 CENT.* PER FOUND
SI 26 CUNTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I .
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS !
THIS TBA,WILL BB AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA WILL BE AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA WiLL BE AS POPULAR'AS
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I .
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA t
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A BUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
",. WHICH HAS OBTAINED A BfJN
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN TN CHARLESTON I
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON 1 .
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON 1^
SAMPLES MAILED FREE !
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL !
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I 1
IS TBE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLAOE TO BUV TEAS t
IS THE ONLY PLAUF TO BUY TEAS I.
THE ONLY 'HOUSE
r. THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY, HOUSE
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY ! ?
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT BOT MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE I
THAN ANY OTHER STORE I
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT 1
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS ! /
MORE VARiETY OF TEAS' - /
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS I /
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE, J
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
Na 308 KING STREET I :
No. 306 KING STREBT I
NO. 306 KING STREBT I