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NETTS OF TBE DAY.
_Gold closed on Saturday at ut
-Cotton closed arm in New York; uplands
-Cotton ia Liverpool closed steady ; uplands
-The . first street railroad In Florida will
shortly be opened at Cedar Keys.
-The military system of Prussia, with some
modifications, ls to be adopted in Japan.
-It la reported that the New Yorkrstrlke
will extend to Philadelphia and Bal Umore dur?
ing the present week.
-George F. Clark, balloon ?et of Noyes's cir?
cus, fell flfty feet, at Memphis, on Saturday.
He will probably die.
-The Shelby Female College, at Shel by vi I le,
Ey., was destroyed by fire on Thursday night.
Loss about $15,000.
-Advices lrom Penpacola, Fla., reporta that
Mr. Stephen R. Mallo.y, tx Confederate secre?
tary of the navy, has declared his Intention to
work and vote for Greeley.
- -The carpenters and masons of Bowm,
' Prussia, who recently struofr, have had their
demands acceded to by the masters. Their
pay ls now one do Harland twenty cents for a
day of ten hoon.
-The cable announces the death, in Lon?
don, of Mr. Frank Key Howard, lor many
years the principal editor of tho Baltimore
- Gazette and Its predecessor, the Daily Ex?
change. He had been in Europe, for some
time, in pursuit of heall h..
-Colonel-Thomas A. Scott, vlce-preaident of j
the Pennsylvania Road, has been ordered by [
his physician to stop work if he would Uve.
The president of the road has gone to Europe
for his health, and the second vice-president :
has been taken to an Insane asylum. Railroad
men work too fast.
- -A' New York letter says : ''Cat-g'ass ls
again-becoming very fashionable, and chande?
liers, used a quarter of a century, are now be-1
lng reintroduced. Tiffany offers whole sets]
for boudoirs, Including tempting Venetian
mirrors. At some of tbe recent dinner par?
ties, glassware entirely superseded china, the
plates, vegetable dishes, ?co. being all of solid
cut-glass. These were, of t urse, most bril?
liant and effective by gaslight."
-Fully nine-tenths of the Democratic news?
papers In the United States are favorable to
the adoption of the Cincinnati nominations at
Ballimore. Every Grant paper in the country,
without exception, ls desirous that tbe Demo?
crats should nominate a straight Democratic
ticket The significance of these facts ls too
obvious to require comment. They tell the
whole story In ? few words, and so plainly that
?no ono eau mistake its meaning.
-The Metropolitan Greeley and Brown Cam?
paign Club bas been organized in Richmond,
7a., with a Sue list of members. The presi?
dent la Franklin Stearns, a thorough Republi?
can. Among the vice-presidents are Judge
Robert Onld, Judge John A. Meredith, General j
J. D. I rn boden, General Bradley T.Johnson,
W. B. Isaacs, Wm. 8. White., and other promi?
nent citlzens. The other officers are all gen- J
(lernen weil known and highly respected in
that community and throughout the State. It
ls expected that not less than one thousand
members will be enrolled in this club within,
tbe next lour weeks.
-The Emperor of China ls at last to take a
wife and organize a harem, or rather have
one organized for him. As a preliminary the
Empresses Dowager have published three de?
crees, one naming the empress elect, another
appointing three ladles of the harem, and the
third ordering the astronomical board to select |
s lack j day In October lor the marriage. The
future empress ls named Alute, a Mongol by
descent, ?nd the daughter of Chung Chi, an
Officer of the Hanlin College, whose father |
was a Mandarin of blgh rauk. One of the
three ladies la an aunt of the bride and the |
twr two are daughters of subordinate offi?
. -Among tho matters considered last week! j
hy the Methodist General Conference in
Brooklyn was th? prohibition.of sinful amuse?
ments. ? There waa quite a lively discussion of: I
the subject, some of the ministry thinking the |
church ought to specify what amusements are
sinful, .while Rev. Dr. Slicer and others ?
thought something must be left to the con.
- aotonoes of individual members in the mat?
ter. Croquet was savagely attacked, and one
delegate remarked that billiards should be In?
cluded In the forbidden list. They did as
much barm to young mena? dancing to young
women. Another brother said that dancing '
wouldn't hurt the young women If they only. I
danced . alone-without men-whereupon"* a'
wurldly-wlsa delegate remarked, "But they
.dont care about dancing that way.'' And he
was right, too. '
- One hundred anvils, to be used in th a Bos?
ton Peace Jubilee have arrived from England
In the Cunard steamer Olympus. The mem?
bers of the Straus Orchestra, of Vienna, are
certainly coming. Twenty five cannons have
already been provided. Military bands, royal
and otherwise, are waiting for the ordure of
the triomphant Gilmore. And the Japanese
Embassy have all received Invitations to be
present. This is the last news, and ls am hen
tic. It ls just the sort of thing that will be]
en|oyed by these distinguished foreigners im?
mensely, it will remind them bf their native ?
land, and we should not wonder if, when the :
a?vUs ccme into play, they shed fears'.' Sweet
memories of gongs and tomtoms, and clashing
cymbals, will melt their uiuai stoical com-1
posure. Envy at the Inferiority ol their own
land-In making the loudest noise-to that of I
the "onside barbarians" of Boston, win com?
plete their grief, and if some of them commit
then and there hari-kari lt will be a matter of
regret, bnt can hardly be one of surprise.
-Speaking of the seeming success of the
eight-boor movement In New York, the Joor
nai of Commerce says that the surrender of I -
the employer- to the?strike is but a hollow and j1
short-lived truce. They have all given in
under proteBt, written or oral, and with no
expectation that the arrangement will last
long. Tooee who have yielded the most sub?
missively have frankly told their hands that
the new terms are only an experiment, and
that it would be sure te fall; and that next tall
or winter, or whenever slack work and hard
times come, the concession would have to be
reconsidered. The strikers themselves realize t
i this, and know that having taken advantage
! of the busy season to enlome their demands,
the pinch must come, when the employers
will seriously consider whether the loss by
closing thc Bhopswlll not be less than the loss
by keeping them open. Mr. Steinway told his
men that the twenty per cent, addition to the
cost of manufacturing piano-fortes by the
elght-bonr movement would kill his export
trade, reduce his business fllty per cent., and
Anally drive him to Beek refuge from the
eight-hour movement in Astoria. For the
operative piano-makers of New York aad
other mechanics the obvious alternative ls
either to secure a diffusion of tba movement
all over the country, and thus place all manu?
facturers on the same footing, or to make up
their minds to follow the trade, which will be
sacrificed where the eight-hour law prevails,
Into quarters where no eight-hour limit has
been Axed. *_
Governor Scott's rattle Game.
Tne Injunctions granted by Judge Willard,
on Saturday, strengthen the suspicion that
Governor Scott is preparing a financial
coup de-main which will astonish the public
creditors, adda crowning glory to his ad?
ministration, and-fill his yawning pockets.
Having alarmed the bondholders by the an?
nouncement that the Legislature bad made
no provision for the payment of the 1 merest
on the State debt, an assertion which he
knows to be glaringly untrue, he now causes
the State treasurer be enjoined from re?
ceiving the Revenue bond scrip in payment
of taxes, and from paying any drafts which
the State treasurer bas drawn upon them.
Under this injonction the delinquent tax?
payers whose property, to the amount of
hundreds of thousands of acres, will be Bold
Within the next two or three weeks, must
pay their taxes in cash, and purchasers must
pay rash, instead of scrip, for what lands
they buy. This will glut tho treasury, ano.
as the drafts drawn in exchange for an un?
conscionable amonoc of legislative pay bills
cannot, under the injonction, be paid, there
would seem to be no reason why the whole
sum will not be available for the payment of
the overdue interest on the State debt, or
for such other purpose as will cause the
bonds to advance and fill the coffers of the
Ring. The existence of a hnge official specu?
lation is the only interpretation that can be
put upon the extraordinary letter of Gov?
ernor Scott's secretary, taken in connection
with the injunctions which have BO swiftly
followed lt. _ _
A CONSIDERATE correspondent sends os
the names of a number of candidates for
whom he and his friends propose to vote in
October. We are pleased to pu blish all such
communications-at fifteen cents a line.
A SLIP of the pen caused us to say on Sat?
urday that the original Dolly Varden was
the innkeeper's daughter in Barnaby
Rudge-it should have been the locksmith's
TnE Clarendon Press advocates the send?
ing of delegates to the Baltimore Convention
who shall ase their influence against a Dem?
The Nomination of Judge Willard.
Colonel M. E. Delany, as the spokesman
of several thousand colored Republicans,
formally Invited Mr. Justice Willard, of the
State Supreme Court, to say whether he
would be willing to become a candidate for
Governor of Sooth Carolina on the basia of
(I) an honest, impartial and economical
administration of the government on Repub?
lican principles; (2) rural homesteads to the
freedmen and poor whites-this to.beac?
complished without an increase of taxation ;
(3) education of the common people on the
public sc bool system; (4) half of the State
officers white and half colored, namely, the
Governor, Attorney-General, Superintendent
of Education and Treasurer to be whites,
and, the Lieatenant-Goveroor, Secretary of
State, Adjutant-General and Comptroller
Geoeral to be colored men-competency In
each being always required, and the same
rule of division to apply, whero practicable,
to county officers.
In his reply, which, together with Colonel
Delasy's letter is printed in The Republi?
can of Saturday, Judge Willard says that
his inclinations lead him lo the direction of
a judicial life, bot this is not a time for per?
sonal considerations to have weight. He is
satisfied that the State is able to provide for
the discharge o Lall her obligations if financial
reform beginB at once, and after a full dis?
cussion of the political situation announces
that if he receives "the Republican nomina
"lion as Governor," on a basis embodying
che propositions submitted to him, he will
unhesitatingly accept it*
Judge Willard wail born in Albany, N. Y.,
in 1822, and was admitted to the bar in 1845.
Fhree years later be was appointed assis?
tant counsel of the corporation of New York
mder Judge Davis. In 1849 the election of
i Democrat deprived bim of his office, and
ie was associated in the practice of his pro?
cession, at different times, with Judge Mor?
rell aad Jodge Howe. In November, 1864,
:ie entered the Union army, and received a
commission as Lieutenant-Colonel of the
Thirty-flrth Regiment of colored troops.
When he left tho service in 1866 be was ap?
pointed Solicitor of the Second Military Dis?
trict, and to take charge of the Burean of
Oivil AL'airs, which position he held until
elected Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of this State by the General Assembly
on the 30th of July, 1868. Judge Willard is
aman of undoubted ability, and is highly
esteemed for the dignity with which+he has
discharged the onerous duties of his office.
THE Aiken Tribune is au tbe'?zed to say
that the State Radical Convection, for the
nomination of a State ticket and other busi?
ness, will not be called until tho latter part
af August or early in September.
TBE Lancaster Ledger says that no good
:an como from a do-nothing policy, and this
State should be represented io the Baltimore
Convention "at all hazards." Relief to the
State "most come from the National party."
fa case the Democracy nominate a straight
icket, the South Carolina delegates should
"withdraw from the Convention."
Sonad Advice from a. Veteran States?
General James Obeso ut, io a letter ad?
dressed to the Democrats ol Kershaw County,
says that he bas great faith in the Cincin?
nati movement. He does not believe that
the Democratic party, pure and simple, can
restore constitutional government, and be
sees nothing in the avowed purposes of tbe
Liberal Republican party that we Should ob?
ject to. Mr. Greeley he looks upon^ as the
symbol of peace in the land, purity" in the
government and prosperity among the peo?
ple; also, as the symbol of the restoration of
law and Hberty, with equal rights and pro?
tection to all. Upon the two important
questions now under discussion in Ibis State,
General Cuesont says:
"First. Ought the State to send a delega?
tion to the Democratic Convention to meet
hereafter in Ballimore ? Upon this point you
all know lhere ha9 been developed an honest
difference of opinion among some of our
friends. For my part, I am clear, under all
the circumstances lt ls best for ns to do so.
That Convention will assemble, with ns or
wltboufuB. We are deeply concerned In the
Miloo lt may take, and, therefore, we ought
to endeavor to Influence that action. I be?
lieve a separate nomination would defeat our
hopes, and result only in the election of Gene?
ral Grant. This of course we deplore. It
follows that we should try to u\ feat such a
nomination. It ls possible, and even proba?
ble, that the vote ol our delegation may pre?
vent it. If we are there represented, we can
lose nothing, whatever course the Convention
may take; but If we are not represented, we
may lo e what we have greatly at heart. So
important do I consider this matter to be that
I would hazard Mr. Greeley's entire vote In
this State rather than forego the chance,
even, of Influencing the aellon of the Balti?
more Convention-Inasmuch as the vote of
this State would be of no avail to tis* Liberal
candidates il the organized Democracy of the
North should declare against them. I have
reason to believe that this result can be and
will be prevented; but to this end our help is
required. It appears to me, then, that policy
and duty alike demand that we should send to
Baltimore a proper delegation.
"The other and ?oat question I propose to cen
sirior ?a of some consequence. What effect 1B
lt probable that the success of the coalition
proposed will have upon the welfare or South
Carolina ? In my Judgment, great and bene?
ficial lu many particulars. I believe lt would
cause tbe Innumerable Federal offices In the
State to be filled throughout with proper In?
cumbents, much to our relief, and Increasing
our strength. That those who haye convert?
ed the very sanctuaries of enlightened free?
dom Into den? of thieves, would no longer re?
ceive the countenance, moral support, and
material aid of the authorities at Washington.
This would give us a better chance to thwart
and check the reckless misrule ol loreign dom?
ination. I believe If Mr. Greeley had the
power he would put a general veto on scoun
drelism. Ifsuch a thlog were possible, how
lt would smite, hip and thigh, the Republican
Bing in South Carolina. It would shock the
miscreant circle all over. Besides, our suc?
cess would cause, I think, a division of the'
party here; for surely there must be some
honest and Intelligent men among them,
white as well as colored, who are walting only
for that sort of moral support which the
Liberal Republicans can give. Further, the
flaming sword would be sheathed, the mili?
tary power withdrawn, and the country
placed under the government of municipal
law, instead of bayonets. Tranquillity thus re?
stored, the people would enjoy their homes In
quiet and cultivate their lands In peace."
THE Walhalla Courier does not deny that
our chief interests centre in the State, but !
believes that "national success ls the only j
"road, in our present condition, to State suc
THE Georgetown Times says: "All the
"other Southern States will be represented
"at Baltimore, and for South Carolina to
?refuse joining them in counsel would be for I
"her to arrogate to herself a superiority in
"patriotism ti od wisdom not possessed by her
VBZ Laurens Herald says: "With all due
"respect to old leaders, and those who.
"formerly shaped public opinion, we think
"the time has come for them to retire, nt
"least to some degree. They may represent
"the power behind the throne, yet we think
"the 'logic of eventB* would dictate to them
"that they are no longer the throne it se ir.
"Theyhave, in a political sense, become]
"superannuated, and must hereafter be con
"tent to rest npon the pension of their
jt?tr- A DEAD DELUSION.-THE THEO?
RY that human beings wbose strength has been
oxh au s ted by pain and slokneas can be restored
by depleting medicines and water gruel, if not
absolutely a dead delusion, la In the last agonies
of dissolution. At length lt u understood that
strength cannot be purged Into a debilitated
frame, though lire miy easily be purged out or it,
and that it ls aboffc aa wise to withhold a health
fui au mutant from the weak, In the expectation
that they wiU rally without one, as lt would be to
deprive a lamp of oil and expect lt to burn th SJ
brighter for it.
The Immense and uniform success which has
attended the use of that wonderful combination
of a pure stimulant with the finest medicinal
herbs, known as HOSTE TTE R'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, has largely assisted In dispelling the ab?
surd chimera. Frantic attempts are made to re?
vive it, bat in vain. When the Bick feel that their
strength ls departing, and that unless invigorat?
ed they mast utterly break down, lt 1B in vain to
tender them feculent slops in the place of gen nine
restoratives. They may be Imposed upon In this
way once, but the imposition cannot be repeated.
They desire to be rerresbed, comforted, braced up,
and decline to be griped a second time.
Under the operation of the Bitters, on the other
hand, all the processes necessary to physical res?
toration go on simultaneously. The system ls
stimulated and toned, the bowels regulated, the
appetite cultivated, the nerves composed and the
condition of the blood improved at one and the
same time by a single medicine. Common sense
tells us that such a preparation must be Invalu?
BOARD WANTED IN A PRIVATE Fm
ILYon Sullivan's Island for a lady, infant
and nurse. Address, G., haws Office, stating
terms, lo atlorr, <tc._ may31
BOARD, IN BROOKLYN, N. Y., AT NO.
610 Henry street, by the day or week Par?
ties visiting New York will Had it to their Interest
and comfort to call at aoove number, a few min?
utes by horse-cars from Cortlandt street, New
York, via Hamilton Ferry, nactiet-sireet cars
cross Henry street a few doors from tr. e large
four-story double bouse. Commodious and eie
gantiy lorn shed rooms can be eogaged at moder
ate rates by addressing D. C. KNIGHT, as above
CHARLESTON, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO.,
rnayM R. HAMILTON, Superintendea t.
DELTA LODGE" OP PERFECTION, ?a
1. A. AND A. 3. R.-The Regular Cominan I
cmLon or tn is LodKe ?Ul beheld THIS h VENINO,
at Air?. Bernards Hall, Society street, ut 8 o'clock.
Members ana Otudidates for Degrees will be
punctual in attendance
. By order T.p. Q. M. CHAS. P. SAMM1S,
TTENTION, WASHINGTON LIGHT
INFANTRY RIFLE CLUB.-At-end a Regu?
lar Monthly Meeting ul your Cluo, THIS EVENING,
at 8 o'clock precisely. Members wl.i please come
prepared to pay arrears, stewards will report,
liy order. C. O. TAUMBU,
jnn3 _Secretary W. L. I. H. C.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF ME?
CHANICS' UNION', No. 1, of Charleston, S.
C., will be held at Eagle Fire Company Halt, l ni3
EVENING, 8t 8 O'ClOCK.
By order D. B. HASBLTON, President,
juns-*_ R. EVAN'S, secretary.
ARO LINA INDEPENDENT BOAT
CLUB.-Attend an Extra Meeting or your
Club THIS EVENING at 8 o'clock. Business of Im?
portance will come np for action.
By order of the Presluent.
. B. J. HOWLAND. Jr.,
jun-*_Secretary and i reasurer.
PALMETTO REGATTA CLUB.-THE
Regular Monthly Meeting of this Club will be
held THIS EVKKING, at the Club Hall, at 8 o'clock.
A fall meeting ls desired.
REN KY A. DE SAUSSURE,
Jnn3_ becretary P. R. 0.
AERM AN RIFLE CLUB -THE REGU?
LAR Month y Meeting of the Clnb will take
l>.ace at Llndstedi's Hall, THIS EVKNINO, at 8
o'clock. Election of officers.
By order. RICH'D ISSERTEL,
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB.-AT?
TEND Regular Meeting ol the club at Wieck
mg's Had, at naif-past 8 o'clock pieoisely.
By order. HENRY CAKNIUHAN,
jun j Secretary.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend tho Key ular Monthly
I Meet ng, of yunr company, at your hall, THIS
hVESi.su, the 31 instant, at 8 o'clock.
By order o? the President. E. A. BOYE,
JUL3_ Secretary P. 3. F. E. Co.
ST. JOSEPH'S LATIN SOCIETY.-THE
Regalar Monthly Meeting of this Society will
I ut- held at Hibernian bail. THIS (nonda)) EVEN?
ING, June 3, at half-past 7 o'c.oct.
By order of tue President, UKO. J SFFBBSOK.
WANTED, A~GOOD COOK TO GO TO
Win.man's Island, near Port Royal and
Beaufort, s. c. Liberal wages paid promptly, and
good recommt-ndailons required. Apply t >
KO ACH A MOr'FEiT, corner Ad g er's south
tv hart and East Bay._Jan3-1
H~~AKD? WANTED.-WANTED TEN TO
f Ute eu Hands to saw and plane box heads.
<tt<t>iy at Brandt's Vegetable Box Factory, M> et
in* street, near une. jun8-*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
Milker and Cook. Apply at No. 101 Meet?
ing street, opposite the old encalar Church.
WANTED, PURCHASERS FOR FINE
STOCK, young, ge,tlc Milch Cows and
Springers, at HoCaAOAY's STABLES, No. 42
Culumous s trott. Price, $100 down IO $60.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A RE?
SPECTABLE white woman, la a compe?
tent child's nurse, and can make herself useful
Uss nj objection to travel. Can beaten for two
days at No. 114 Klug street, near Broad.
HORSE BUGGY AND HARNESS,
wanted to purchase. Address, statlog
puce, Ac, Box 13S V. 0. Jana-2*
CARPENTERS WANTED.-SIX GOOD
worameo, with touls. apply to A. Mc
lUdB, Jr., ta->tBay street._J au 1-2*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND MILK?
ER. Apply, with references, at No. 8b
Kuti dgc avenue._Jonl-il*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
House. Purchase moaey to be paid m
monthly instalments. Address "Desire," at NKWB
WANTED, A BUSHELMAN. APPLY
atone? at MENKE A MULLER, NO. 3261
King street, oppoal e Society._may8l-fmw
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LI Kb IN SU KAN Ci COMPANY lsiues Joint
Li.e Policies, luBurlng the lives of partners In
business, so that, on the death of either, tne
amuuut insured for ls paid to tne sm vivi ng party.
lt aiao Insures hasbaod and wife on the same
plan. EB t N COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
WANTED, A SMALL TERRIER, EITH-1
ER scutch or Black and Tan, to catch
ruts. Any one having such for sale will pka-e
address R,, office of Cai Ns wa. may ?7
WANTED, BY A CAPABLE CBILD'S
NURSE and ladies' ma.d (colored) a siwa
Uon In a family about to travel North. Oatrair
nlsh the best recommendations. Terms mode?
rate. Address Mary s., at the office or THE NEWS.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wlaues a posici?n as Teacher in aome
puoilo institution, or as private tutor lu a family.
do objections to going luto thu coan try. can
teach French, Latin, Gi eek, Plano aud the other
branches of a good education. Salary of not BO
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad*
dress c. u. v., at the omeo of this paper.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and beat warranted
sewing Machine In the market ls the MUMU ali UT
ILL, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene
ral Agency, No. 266 King street, corner Beaufuln
street. T. L. BIOSKLL. Jants-emoa
tait ano Sonn?.
LT0STT^N TITT, BULL, GANNON,
George, or Anson streets, a pair of Gold
ai>v ctucies ia a Morocco case, i he nader will be
rewarded by leaving them at Steele's Hat Store,
No. 313 King street._* Jun8-1*
FOUND, A PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES
Goid Frame. The owner can have the
same, by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply at NEWS office._ Jnn3
DOG LOST.-STRAYED, FROM PREMI?
SS* No. 200 Heeling street, a white and red
weiter Dug. A sui'able reward will be paid for
TEN DOLLARS REWARD FOR PROOF
to convict the peraoa who stole a liver color?
ee Setter Dug. Lost since 2tst cr May. Appiy at
No. 82 Wentworth street._Juna-i*
NOTICE.-STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM
my Wagon, on the night of the 24th inst.,
in the neighborhood of Midway Church, np Black
River, oi.e Hone-Mule, 4 years old, about 14
hands high, wi h a piece cat ont of his ears
abont half inca square, a sore on top of bis head
irom wearing a halter; color, hrtween a Bay and
Mouse. A ilhei al reward will be given for the de-.
livery of said Mule or for any information of the
above. J. V. BARBIN, Leesville, Northeastern
Railroad, S. O. juna-o
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE :LOT}
Klag street,. Jost arrived sixteen turpen?
tine and timber cart Males. For Sale on tiree. R.
TWO LARGE MULES AND A LOT OF
Horses at Ohrsstopuer's Stables. Low for
cash or city acceptances. J. CHRISTOPHER
A sON. Jun3-i*
IRON BEDSTEADS AND FRAMES FOR
mosquito bars for sale at No. 113 Market
FOR SALE, A SLOOP BOAT, IN PER?
FECT ORDER, 26 feet long, 0 feet beam,
suitable for a smackee. Apply at FAIRCHILD k
HAMLIN'S, foot of Laurena street.
T7E0ETABLE CRATES FOE SALE AT
V FIFTEEN DOLLARS per hundred, at Build
em' Depot, No. 04 Church street.
may29 E. M. QRIMKB.
?LL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable tcrma
aud at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSr'uRD, Smith street, north of Wentworth.
Apply at No 442 King street. jun3-2*
rpo RENT, A TWO AND A HALF STORY
X Uuuso, No. 42 Church street, near Water
street. Apply at Shoe Store, No. ii: Market
TO RENT, THE STORE No. 115 MAR?
KET street, apply at No. 113. Junl-2*
TO RENT, A HOUSE ON SULLIVAN'S
Island, on Front Beach, next west of Fort
Moultrie. Address D, NEWS office. junl-2*
H?"" GEE AT PANORAMA
UNITED STATE ;S,
COMMENCING MONDAY EVE SING, JUNE 8, 1872.
City or Charleston from- the Sea. Battery, St,
Michael's, St. Philip's, the cathedral as lt was and
ls, the Old Postoffije, City Sqnare, tho Harket on
Sitnrday Night, street Merchant. Fort Sumter as
lt was and lu, Fort Moultrie and Beach View of
Sullivan's Island, Magnolia Cemetery, Ashley
River and Pho9Dhate Works.
Georgia, North Carolina, virginia, Mnnnt Ver?
non, Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York. Fulton Market and Ferry, an Amlcaole
Settlement of the Alabama Claims, the Carpet
Bagger, the Militia, Applicants for Legislativo
Honors, Leaving the State, the Blue Ridge Rail?
Instructive, entertaining and amusing Lecture
will accompany each exhibition.
Full Orchestra, Gorgeous Effects and Magnifi?
Doora open at half past 7 o'clock. Panorama
moves at 8 o'clock.
Prices of Admission: Adults, 50 cents; Children,
25 cents. jun 1-7
QiriZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON" BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sams or and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
in this Bank, on or before the fifth dav of each
Calendar Mooth, will bear interest (Sjx Per Cent.)
for that month as if deposited on the first in?
Deposits of Ona Dollar and upwards received
daily from 9 A. M to 2P. M., and on SATURDAY
This Branch ls under the management of the
following Local Finance Committee:
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. M ELCHE RS,
DB. A. B. ROSE, BE NJ. F. EVANS,
0. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches ?C this Bank at the most prominent
points in the State. D. BAVEN EL, Jr..
mayai 5 Assistant Cashier.
Drugs at tDrjolesale.
Fresh supplies from the Spring received
monthly, and fur salo by the Agents,
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Wholesale Dr ogg lat s.
g PEAR'S FRUIT SOLUTION,
With greatly improved directions for nae. One
Bottle will preserve 1S2 ponnds of Fruit, or so gal?
A supply Jost received and for sale by
HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
rpHE MILLVILLE FRUIT JAR.
This JAR'has been in use about eleven years,
with a steadily Increasing production and sales.
During this period many new varieties or Jars
for preserving fruit have been lntrodnced, bat
after one or two seasons' trial most of them have
been abandoned as worthless, while tho r?puta?
tion and sales or the MILLVILLE JAR have con?
For sale by the Agents,
DOWIE, MOISE Sc DAVIS,
OISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW
DEES ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the Porest Material with great
care, if yen desire to improve and keep yonr
Stock healthy and in good order, try them.
For sale by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVI3, Proprietors,
For the destruction or Rats, Mice, Roaches and
Bedbugs, put up in hermetic illy sealed cans,
larger in size, better in quality, will keep fresh
longer, and ls cheaper than any in market.
For sale by the Agents for the United States.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
JNO. WYETH & BRO.'S
ELEGANT PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS,
Consisting in part of: Elix. Beer, Wine and
Iron; Beef, Wine and Cinchona; Pepsin, Bis.
and.Strychnine; Tasteless Cod Liver Oil; Plain
and Ferra'ed Syrup of the Hypophospnitn or
Chemical Food; Iron, Quinine and Strychnine,
Ac, Ac. Catalogues famished.
For sale by the Agents,.
DOWIE, MOISE Sc DAVIS,
JJ ANCE BROS. & WHITE'S
RELIABLE SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS AND
For sale at manufacturera' prices. Catalogues
and Price Lists furnished by the Agents,
DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
DR. VO? GHLANN'S ROYAL CROWN
This World-renowned TONIO ls highly recom
mended by the most eminent German Physicians,
and pronounced by them as perfectly pure and
free from ari adulteration.
For sale by the Agents for the United States,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
Charleston, S. 0
PATENT SPRING, WALNUT AND METAL
FRAMES, 4,5,0,7 AND 8 FEET.
Always on hand and for sale by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
jon8-mwomoB Charleston, s. c.
H E I N E,~
Having resumed Business at hts old stand, No.
133 King street, would be pleased to see his for?
mer friend*, and hopes by strict attention to busi?
ness to secure the patronage of the pnbllc.
.J^JOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX,
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig iron. may20-mwflyr
A c A ? D .
All operations In DENTISTRY performed by Dr
AN ?ERsON in the moat scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Lloerty
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
4bjT*Hlghest prices paid in Cash for Ornde Turpen?
mchl9-6raos . _
rj\ T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AMD DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
. OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAT.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for Crude.
?roctritfl, f irruoTS, &t.
.*Ai?H8npp,y f|i. Choce Snw-Cored HAMS of
the lollowmg brands: Davis's Diamond. Gen.
? .??00.',8 ??l?enStar. Rawson's Old Tte F
"Dexter," 'Pelican," Baerls 4 co
""nW? (,V^cei^nRar-0ared Hams. warranted
soand, at 10 and ia cents per pound
^Choice Pickled Ox Tongues, p,g p0rk and Pickled
For sale by N. M. PORTER,
No. 236 Klee Street
Junl-2 Third door above Mamet street.
j gUGAR, MOLASSES AND WINE.
40 hods. Muscovado SUGAK
120 hhds. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
60 bbls. prime new crop Mnscovado Molasses
20 pipes Catalonia Claret Wine.
. Fer sale low to close conslgnm?nts, in lots to
suit purchasers, by W. P. HALL
mBy29-wfml0_Brown A Co'a Wharf.
?JOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT.
Offer for sale from U. s. Bonded Warehouse,.
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varions vintages, 1H
IND . . ' ,.
_Cases of one dosen bottles each._
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Oholco Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.
jp AL KIRK ALB.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, oder foi
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Gla?gow. In Pints. MORDECAI A CO.
pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer foi
-ale Choice Porto Blco MOL v ss ES. la strong
packages._ . MORDECAI A co.
p RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White COHN, in new Racks.
_MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, offer foi
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di
rect from Factory in Havana._
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
"DROCLAIM THE GLAD TIDINGS"
TEAS! TEA SI TEASI
306 KING STREET I
306 KING STREET I;
306 KING STUEET I
Owing to tne large quantities of TEAS ont of
I bond, and now being sacrificed by jobbers to raise
money, we have bought for CASH-anticipating
the reduction or duty
A LABOH ASSORTMENT OF
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FLNB DRAWING OOLONGS I
. . . ' . . ?? ; ~ ... I
WUIOH WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL,
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND I
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND I
AT ElGHTY-FiVE CENTS PE? POUND I
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GlViNG TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
A TEA THAT IS WORTH
A TEA THAT LS WORTH
A Th A THAT IS WORTH
$1 26 CENTS PER POUND :
$1 25 CENTS PER POUND:
$1 25 Ot NTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I
FOR EIGHrY-FrVE CENTS I
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I ... . i
THIS TEA WILL BE AS POPULAR AS j
THIS TEA WILL BB AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA WiLL BE AS POPULAR AS
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I i
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN'
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
NF VER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON !
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I.
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL !
IS THE ONLY 1'LAOE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BOY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLAUE TO BUY TEAS I
THE ONLY HOUSE!
THE ONLY HOOSB
THE ONLY HOUSE
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY!
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I
THAT MAKES ir A SPECIALTY I .
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHRAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE !
THAN ANY OTHER STORE !
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT ll
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT lj
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS I
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS'
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS I
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S TBA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
Na 80d , KING STREET I
Na 306 KING STREBT I
Na SOO KING STREET I
IVTOTICE.-THREE MONTHS APTER
?M date application will be made totheSouth
carolina Railroad Company for renewal bf lost
Certlilcaie (number and date unknown) for Nine
Shares, standing In the name or THOs. P. SMITH,
Trustee for sUaAN M. TOWNSEND.
THOS. P. SMITH.
NOTICE.-ESTATE OP JAMES T?P
. PER, DECEASED.-On the-20lb day of Jans
next; the undersigned will apply to ;?? Susi.
Juuge of Probate for Charleston County for a
nuai discharge and letters dismlssory as Execu?
tors of said Estate
ELIZABETH A. TUPPER, Executrix.
SAMOELY. TUPPER, Executor. .
may 20 mw fimo_
Cupartneretjips ano ?is?clntian?.
C^^OPARTNERSHIP ~ NOT I CE - WE
have this day associated with ns as partner
in our onslness Mr. THOMAS C. RYAN. Firm
name unchanged. T. M. BttlSTOLL A CO.
Charleston, June 1,1872._, Junl-amw3
mHES COPARTNERSHIP H ERETOFORE
A existing under the firm name of BALL,
BLACK,A CO, ls this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner will sign In settlement,
of the business. _
(Sigowl) HENRY BALL.
1 WM. BLACK.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK,
In announcing tbs above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CO. inform their friends and the pnbilo
that they intend to close out their entire stock
with as little delay aa possible, and at prices that
will be aa ind neem en t for all to parchase from
them. ,' i
They have also a very large stock of unset
stones-Diamonds, Emeralds,. Rubies, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands in that line. No. 566 and 567 BROADWAY,
New York. JulylBlyr
QORN? CORNl.^CORN !
c4 hnsheiR Prime Wbite CORN, per schoooner
Etlwan. For aale by
- HERMANN BULWINKLE,
JM3; * , Kerr's Wharf.
?JORN AND OATS.
.' 1.000 bushels Primo Mllllng.c?BN
3000 bushels Prime Bright oats.
Landing and for sale by
, W. B. SMITH A 00.
J pim _.. . Naplei's Bange.
SC. STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS.
. . . ---. , Qiti
Ju? received per" st-amer a fine lot of 8. 0.
STRIPS ANO PIG SHOULDERS, small slr:.
Extra Fulton Market Beef for uale low by
D. FITZ GIBBON.
N. w. corner King and Cannon street*.
All goods delivered free. - . >.<-..
NEW CODFISH, SALMON AND MACK
EBEL. 1 ?VCPi
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL, large size. Choice
New Picke Salmon, St. George Codflah. very Una,
Pickle Halibut, Pickle Herrings. . '
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All gooda delivered free. ' . ?'??>.
JjlRESH BISCUITS, CRACKERS,4c.
Jnst received per Steamer-Falcon, all 'kindsor
FRESH BISCUIT, a?follOW8t. . . ' ,. , f,. ,
Milk Biscuits, cream Jumbles, Lemon Snap?,
Ginger Snaps, Soda Biscuit; Arrowroot Biscuit,
Oyster Biscuit, Batter Crackers, Wine Crackers
and Pilot Bread. .
For sale low by . D. FITZ GIBBON, .
... w',co??? King and cannonatreete.
All g. ods delivered free. \
?HOICE WINES, BRANDIES, GINS,; tte
A fine lot or PURE RYE WHISKIES; Brandies,
Iii 'ALSO,! ;
Some of that floe OLD CORN WHISKEY, at
SI 75 per RSI lon. And. mil supply of low grado
Whiskey always on hand. . . .'.;n ba-r~
For sale bj D. FITZ GIBBON.. '.
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets. ?
All goodt delivered free. mayio-lmo"
g ALT! SALTI SALTI
?OO packs Liverpool SALT Ter sale, at $1 per
sack, to close consignment, by '.. ; ,
1 HENRY CARO,
apraa , : ? .-. ???Accommodation wharf.
2Dnig0 ano' M?tt?nta.
Q. J. L U H Jg*
, " P H A E ll A ? ?l)?[ T jlB.J?,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. ' '
No. 450 KTRQ STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In Stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Tooth Brashes, . . : " ,
u, - , ; . Carbolic Acid, . ., .
Pattey'a Gold Cream,
-English Dalby's Carminative, British OU, Roche'?
Embrocation and chlorodyne. .;
TILDEN A CO'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pillfl, AO. AGENT FOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOOTH GASOLINA TOB .- ?.
Da. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
M ACHINE AND APPLIANCES --Y
Surgical instruments and Goods of foreign man
nfaotureimported to order..
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing au New Remedies. .v. .*.?:?&.??....
. A full assortment ol Trasses and Bandagea al?
ways on hand. ' ? - .
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS oomacnnded
with aconraov dav or night . . taniqwifrly,
JJ RU GS AND M E DI 0 INES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DB. H. BARR, NO. 131 MEETING STEHET, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of Dla own Manuraciure: :
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL,'FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
This ls the best Medicine for Infants and yoong
Children ever offered, to the public It ls care?
fully prepared Lom the best ? Drugs, according to
a presenptloa farnlsned by a disangulahtd Ger?
man Pnyslotan ol large and success!al practice,
and baa been tried and approved ov many of our
best physicians. It ls specially adapted to the
diseases incident to childhood during the trying
period or Teething, and recommends ltse f for tho
cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Collo, Griping In
the Bowels, Summer Complaint, Ac" It contains
no Anodyne or Other injurious Drug, and shoo id,
therefore, be preferred to the toothing Syrups
that now flood the market, which are known to
contain Opium, and are. there ore, more or lesa
Injurious. Thousands of chl.dren are murdered*
animally by soothing Syrups; in some cases: this
fact has been published In me newspapera, . where
the phy delan in attendance so stated in his death
cer tia cate. Ia the numerous other esses,' where
the innocenta are murdered by thia modern
Herod of the Nursery, the canse ia laid to a thous?
and other canses^-to all bat the right one
Mothnra, bear this in mind, and ase the German
Soothing Cordial, which Ls safe, efficient'and
satisfactory. Do not rall to try a bottle at once I
The Sootntng Cordial ls also an excellent Tonic,
admirably adapted In cases or Debility--alvlng
tone to the, system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite
Price 26 cents a bottle ?
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO.
This ls no Dyo, bat a Toole and Hair Dressing
keeps the scalp clean, aod promotes the growth
of the Hair; contains no Nitrate or Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sogar Of Lead, aad no other injurious
Drag. Try lt Only 60 cents a bottle
DB, BARR'S IMPROVED' VEGETABLE
The' proprietor of these Plus confidently "be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skflfnl-com?
bination ol vegetable.remedies, ia producing a
preparation that wm bring health and happiness
to tneunfortunate sufferer. In ' the following dis?
eases, they nave been med by thousands' with
most wonderful success: Hiltons Disorders and
Liver coai pl i int. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness. Los-i of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery. Plies, Diseases of the ?kin,
Pain in the side. Back and Limos, sick Headache,
and all derangement* of the Stomach. i rt
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
any person and in ali situations in Ufe. No family
should be without them. ; . ..;
Price 26 cents a box. , > . .
... - BENZINE,
For deaning Clothes and taking oat Grease Spots.
Price 26 cents a box. ' ' *w
A linera! discount to the trade on all the above
Preparations. . . -> ?
Dr. DAER la Agent for the sale of
The best Instrument of the kind In usc
NATHAN'S' CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
. HAIR.. ? ' r~ ?
(Advertised in another par'. of THE NSWB.) .
PROF. WUNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout,' Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma; Ac.,-Ac 1 ' ;
W. H. WARNER A CO.'S ELEGANT AND
(Advertised ia another part of TEE Niws.)
ir, , . '? UNIVERSITY MEDICINES*-.... .
These preparations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are dally gaining in
favor at tne south, while, in the North and West,
they have for some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale The folio wing are soma
of the best known: ... .
Comp. Extract of CANCER PLANT. -
Hydrated OxymeL for rough, Ac
Strengthening Tonio or Peru.
Ethereal F hosp horus, (Lor Weakness, Nerve Ex?
hanation,Impotence, Ac) .., ,
Amaranth for the Hair.
Victoria Regia lor the Complexion.
May-apple Pide "
iEianthus Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac)
Catarrh Specific . . : .
. Pile Extract. . .i - .. "(i. . H
Always on hand a fall assortment ol Drugs,
Medicine}, Chemicals, Patent Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
all or which will be sold at lo wt sc market ratee
Sample Orders solicited from the trade.
A full assortment always on hand.
The Great Sooth American Cancer Remedy.
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. Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposite Special audition
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES of FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
dec23-8tath6mo No. 28 George street,