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SATURDAY, JONE 8, 1872.
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NEWS OF THE HAT.
-Oxford University celebrates Its 1000th an?
-The Alsatian and German students of
Strasbourg are already enjoying free fights.
-Mlle. Tletjeus has declined ?4000, with her
travelling expenses besides, to sing two pieces,
tor twelve consecutive days at the Boston Ju-'
-Nsw York papers inform ns Uiat stagna?
tion prevails In many branches of local
mechanical trade, owing to tbe continuation
of the "strikes."
-The colored men in Pittsburg, Pa., are
actively, moving for Greeley and Brown. They
bave Just Issued a call tor organization under j
the banner of the white hat.
-Out of the filly Democratic pap?is In Ohio
there ara about six that wont straight-out
Democratic nominations at Baltimore. The
Grant Republican press ls unanimously for lt.
-The journeymen printers of Boston and
vicinity have Inaugurated a movement look?
ing toward the support and election of Gree-1
ley and Brown, which they win labor to make
general among the members ot the craft
throughout the country.
' -The Germans of Nashville, Tennessee,
held an- enthusiastic Greeley meeting on the
25th ult., and adopted resoultions renouncing
former alliances, and assuming a nev.rral posi?
tion until a party shall offer based upon the
principle of honesty in government.
-J. Henry Burch, a colored delegate from
Louisiana, now in Philadelphia, who has been
interviewed, says, "Warmolh, who leads the
Greeley interest there, has been nominated
for governor, with Pinchback for lieutenant
governor, which virtually places the State tn
the possession of the Greeley parly."
-The Milwaukee (Wisconsin) News, the
leading Democratic paper of that State, which
at first pronounced against the Liberal ticket,
bas changed its views, and now advises the
endorsement ot Greeley at Baltimore. The
Chicago Times says that Wisconsin will send a
Greeley 4de!gatlon to the Baltimore conven?
tion. -_ .
, . aMwsadi-rcrptmrr-"T
can conventions of Illinois both meet at
Springfield on June 26, and will nominate a
State ticket In concert. Senators Trumbull
and Schurz, Governor Gratz Brown and Geo.
H. Pendleton, of Ohio, have been Invited to
speak, and a great demonstration is ex?
-The late Monsieur de Paris, gulllotlnlst,
had one favorite machine which he christened
Jacqueline, and its perfections ever excited
bis ardent delight. He practiced with calves
Upon it, and handled its machinery with a pre"
cisi?n that few have attained. His salary was j
9000 francs a year. He lived in a pretty villa j
just out of Paris and maintained his children
at fashionable Institutions of learning under
false names ; they did not know their father's
occupation. When work was to be performed
be was notified. at midnight, and, io get bis
hand In, be beheaded a call or two on Jacque?
line, had a nice breakfast, and subsequently
executed his victims with a neatness and
dispatch that-challenged public admiration.
Thiers liked his manner so well, and gave him
such abundant opportunity of displaying lt,
that the old man declared the president would
kill bim with overwork. It seems he did.
-The two champions in Scottish games,
Binnie and Fleming, have completed arrange?
ments with the various Caledonian clubs In the
principal cities ol the Union, for September.
Dinnie was born in Aberdeenshire and is
thirty-four years old, six feet tall in his stock?
ings, wilgha two hundred and ten pounds,
measures forty-six and one-half inches round
the chest, Alteen and one-half inches round
the arm, twenty-six inches round the thigh,
and sixteen and three-quarter Inches round
the cali of the leg. Fleming is a native of |
Tallymet, Perthshire, and ls thirty years of age.
He ls five feet eleven inches In height, weighs
two hundred pounds, measures forty-two and
one-half Inches round the chest, fourteen
Inches .round the arm, twenty-three inches
round the thigh and fifteen and three-quarter
Inches round the calf. It will be seen that
they are both men ot splendid physical pro?
portion, and the best of their doing on record j
prove that their muscular gifts are cultivated
to the utmost. Both have taken first prizes In
throwing the hammer, putting the stone, toss?
ing the caber, throwing weights, wrestling,
high leap, long leap, hop, step and leap, flat |
and hurdle races, vaulting, holding out
weights on palm of hand, dancing reels
Highland fling and Ghillie Callum, putting up
dumb-bells, rifle shooting, walking, drawing
aweer tree and others. DIonie has gained in
all twenty-one hundred and twenty-four first
prizes, besides eighty gold and silver medals,
twelve cups, <kc Fleming has gained upward
of seven hundred first prizes, thirty gold and
silver medals, besides, belts, brooches, &c.
-The English are running mad over their |
third national cat show, at which two hundred
and twenty-one representatives of the cat fam-1
!ly are in Kttendance, including felines of
every race, color and character. There are'I
cats remarkable for their smallness, such as
one that weighs two and three-quarter
pounds, and for their bigness, like another
that tips the scales at nineteen pounds; charm?
ing kittens of i mouth, price uve shillings,
"tobe handed to All saints' ,Church Restora?
tion Fund;" a cat which suckles two squirrels
with her kittens, a cat which has three legs,
a cat which has /'seven claws on each fore
paw and five on each hinder one;" cats
white, black, brown, blue and red; cats
long-haired and short-haired; cats tor?
toise, mouse and fawn color; cats which
win silver medals and a plated teapot;
cats belonging to noble ladies and laboring |
men; and, oblef of all, the famous tortoise?
shell Tom of Clerkenwell, woo this year bas
bat again to come forward and take in his
Class his uncontested first prize of thirty shill
lng?. Lady Burdett Coutts has give
money prizes to cali of working me
other noble ladles have seen to it t
merit shall go unrecognized. The cl
Unction of another cat is that It conetlt
exception to the usual cjld-hearledi
cats, as lt has formed an undying attai
lora Siamese terrier, which has lo
the same caste, and thereby gets honora
hlbitlon. Such aro the prominent leat
nu occasion which helps to give vent
effervescent whimsies of eccentric Brit
The Radical Platform.
The Philadelphia platform, in its slr
points, is a bungling parody of the 1
lions adopted by the Cincinnati Conv
, as the platform of the Liberal Repu
party. Beyond the balling recognit
the necessity of Civil Service Rotor
making no further grants o? public
o? reducing the public debt and maint
the public credit, Lue Grant Radicals
li Uh to show; and, outside o? the nsm
glorification and left-handed abuse <
Democratic party, they have raised no
which will arouse popular enthusiasm
enable them to stem the tide whicl
steadily against them. Their boasl
their party suppressed the rebellioi
emancipated the slaves, bas no force
directed againBt Greeley and Schurz,
ner and Trumbull. Tho broad Prou
plank will not save them in Pennsyh
and destroys Grant's chances in the
Trade West; while the Liberal Republi
by remitting the decision of this quest!
the people and their representatives in
gres?, give both the Free Traders nnd
tectioni8ts the opportunity of testing
strength, and of proving the truth of
doctrines. Tl e Philadelphia platform
misen the aboi.Lion of the I ranking privi
and the r?duction of ? the rates of pos
bur. these are not mutters wbicb mate
affect a presidential election. The acti
Congress in passing an Amnesty bill ie
plauded; but-the people know that thc
ministration party was forced to do
act of tardy and partial justice by the s
ing power of the Liberal movement
they know, besides, that upon the bei
tbe Amnesty bill came the bills to cool
the power to suspend the writ of /tabeas
pus, and to enable the adminlstratioi
supervise and control all elections. T
bills are not yet passed, but they
pressed by the very Senators who bur
through tbe Amnesty bill, which tl
later measures would make a worthless
Of what use is it to restore to a citizen
public rights and privileges, ir he ma
any moment, under a suspension of the
of habeas corpus, be deprived of e1
vestige of personal protection ? The L
ral Republicans, on tbe other hand, do
stop at Amnesty. They demand "the
"premacy of the civil over tbe military
"thority, and the freedom of person ut
"the protection of the habeas corpus." J
what a mockery it is for the Philadelj
Convention to declare that the rights
served to the States must be respect
The men who framed that declaration
even now engaged in a conspiracy agai
tbe life of the Republic. With their fe
bills and Bayonet bills, they propose to c
troy th? reserved rights which they ple<
themselves to respect.. Tbe Convention,
Klux laws. This is the line upon which tl
desire to tight; but they will fiad th ems el
unable to convince the American peo
that an unconstitutional law, which place
whole State at the mercy of tbe soldiery,
conducive to the well-being and prosper
o? the country. A stronger plank is tl
which announces that tbe claim for worn
suffrage should be treated with respect
consideration. The Stantons, Woodhill ls ai
Anthonys will support Grant with infini
volubility if they can be led to believe lb
bis electiou will give them a chance, in ll
distant future, to air their angry eloquen
on the bench,'at tbe bar and in the balls
The Philadelphia platform, howsv
twisted around and hammered oat, consls
or one plank alone. That plank is, Gran
It was in bia interest, as the dispenser
public pap, that the delegates were appoio
ed; and it is in bis interest that the shoftiir
sentences or the platform are joined togetbi
by appeals to the war spirit, and by an ei
deavor to revive the burning bate which fe
many years has made this a divided peopli
The portrait or Grant, who makes them wbe
they are and without whom they ar
nothing, is all the platform that the office
holding Radicals require.
Horace Greeley'* Strength-A Sockdolo
ger for the World.
[From the New York Sun.]
Two or three Democratic Journals, and nota
bly among them the World, are urging tb
Baltimore Convention to take advantage o
the schism in the Republican party, and run ii
a Democratic Presidential candidate betweei
the divided factions of their opponents.
Io view ol the demoralizing and destrucUvi
character of Grant's Administration, and o
the long exclusion of tbe Democracy iron
power, nobody can blame tbe Democracy foi
getting control of tbe National Government ii
they can. But events have taken such a turn
within the past six months as to render the
Impossibility of defeating Grant by a straight
Democratic nomination apparent to all who
do not allow old feuds and personal prejudi?
ces to rise superior to new Issues and the de?
mands of the passing hour.
Those Democrats who think a straight
ticket can prevail against Graot mistake the
nature of the situation altogether. Let us
state the case In three plain proposition?.
Horace Greeley will run for the Presidency
at all events, whatever ls done or omitted to
be done by either ihe Philadelphia or the Bal
?more Convention. He hos unreservedly ac?
cepted the Cincinnati nomination, and is
bound in honer and fixed in purpose to accept
No straight Democratic candidate stands the
slightest chance of an election unless he can
bring to his support all the strength, all the
enthusiasm, all the votes ot the Democratic
But facts ciear as sunlight show that Dr.
Greeley, even though Baltimore should not
endorse him, will get a very large Democratic
vote, and he will receive the greater share of
that vote In those States where a separate
Democratic nominee can least afford to lose it.
He who does not perceive this had better look
beyond the narrow circle of his own preju?
dices If he can.
These three propositions settle the whole
question. They demonstrate;tbat, so far from
a straight Democratic candidate being able to
run in through the split In the Republican
party, Grant in that case will run ia through
the split in the Democratic party.
In Its ardent advocacy of a straight candi
1 fl ti Ky fl J\ I\l j TJO
date, the World enumerates sixteen Stdteh,
givlug one hundred and thirty-eight electoral
votes, which, it says, are sure to vote for such
a candidate. Herc is its list:
Slate. Vole. Stale. rote.
Delaware. 3 Hartland. 8
Florida. 4 Missouri. 15
Georgia.f 12 Nur h carolina.ll
Nevada. 3 Oregon. a
New Jersey. 9 Virginia,. in
Tennessee. 12 Weat Virginia. 6
Texas. 8 -
Indiana. 15 Total.158
The World then says that by adding the
electoral votes of New York and Pennsylvania
to those ot these sixteen States the Democratic
candidate can be elected.
But this calculation is fatally defective
In that ic supposes tbat with Horace Gree?
ley in the Held a Democratic candidate could
cany these sixteen States; whereas, for rea?
sons too obvious to need enumeration, Dr.
Greeley would make such serious inroads
upon the Democratic vote in Alabama, Flori?
da, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, Missouri,
North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia,
as to Inevitably give those States to Grant.
Indeed, in some of' those Slates, Greeley
would nearly divide the Democratic.vote with
any Democratic candidate who hos such a war
record as to give him tho slightest hope of
getting the vote of a slDgle one of the North?
ern States claimed by the World. In a word,
if the Democracy take Greeley, they can carry
all the old slaveholdlng 8tates willi two or
three exceptions. It they run on independent
candidate against Greeley and Grant, then
Grant will carry them all with two or three
exceptions. Reams of rhetoric cannot
smother this plain proposition. Paint your
picture an inch thick, and to this complexion
it wilteome at last.
Another practical difficulty meets at the
threshold those Democrats who are pushing
for a straight nomination. No Democrat hold?
ing a commanding position eau be induced to
accept such a nomination at Ballimore. Call
the roll, and see If we are mistaken on a point
which is conclusive of this branch of the sub?
ject. Will Governor Seymour accept the can?
didacy of the Baltimore Convention ? He has
declared in ?avor o? Greeley. Will Governor
Hoffman? He is ready to cast the seventy
votes of New York in that Convention tor
Greeley. WlUJudge Church ? He withdraws
himself irom the list of aspirants at Ballimore.
Will Mr. Pendleton ? He has pronounced for
Greeley. Will Mr. Hendricks ? He ls decided?
ly lu favor ot the acceptance of Greeley by the
National Convention. Does not this dispose
of the matter ? Can here and there a disap?
pointed D?mocratie Journal, and here and
there a dissatisfied Democratic politician,
stem such a tide ?
lu flue, we venture to predict that Horace
Greeley will be nominated at Baltimore In
July next with less difficulty and moro una?
nimity than any candidate ot the Democracy
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ASSETS January 1st, 1872..$1,241,917 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
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South Carolina, would Invite the attention of his
friends and the public generally to a few argu?
menta 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 ;
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THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
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In the Country.
Call at my ornee and allow me to show yon the
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Agent for Charleston, S C.,
No. 31 Broad street.
Q tO. tl. COFFIN, Sab-Agent.
aprlG_th Atlantic Wharf.
O T I C E .
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REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Has removed his ofrice to No. 57 Hasel street.
Office honra from 9 io io A. M., and l lo 2 P. M.
AU operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr
ANDERSON m the moat scientific manner, on the
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same, by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply at NEWS offlce._ jaD3
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River ?? u!^??\ Ml,Uvay C,,urc"- UP B'?ck
Uiver, o.e Horne Mule, 4 jears old about u
hands high, wi h a piece cutTut or lils earl
about half inch square, a sore on top of li is head
M0M?WT ?Kg a !,altei ; color- h?we?n a Bay and
Mouse. A llbai al reward will be given for nie de?
livery of said Mule or for any information of the
above. J. V. BARDIN. Leesville, Northeastern
Railroad, S. C._ Jnn3-6
IJIHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER <t 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 M*NUF'G CO.,
aprs-lyr No. 209 King street. |
I VJ M ivrjvva: o/v J. u ix i?n. ? i ?rv
FRANKLIN LODGE, No. 9?, A. F. M.
Thc Regular communication of this Lodge
will b- held TO-SIGUT. ut half-past 7 o'clock, nt
Masonic Uall, (Uoime,'d Lyceum,) Weatwurth
Candidate* for the E. A. and M. M. Degrees will
please bc punctual. -
IJy order of the w. M.
J'inS JOL1N WINGATE. Secretary.
WANTED, A MAN COOK. APPLY IN
Arnhem street, one door frum Nassau.
Also, a Wnne Girl, to mimi children. jun8-i?
WANTED, A WAITISGMAN, A SET?
TLED Man r referred; alflo a Nurse. Ap?
ply ar. the northwest corner of King and Morris
WANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE,
pleasantly and centrally localed, con
taiuniR eight orien rooms. Address Glass Key
Box 81. _JUQ8-2+
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK FOR
a small family. To a eompetent person
liberal wages will bj paid. Apply at No. 574 Klug
WANTED, A COOK, WASHER AND
Ironer, one who understands milking.
Sue 1 will timi steady employment and wages
paid punctually at No. 14 J Wentworth street.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
female as companion to a mlddlc-ag> d
sick lady, sjutheast corner of Spring and Ashley.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
and Iron for a family of four. No house
work. Good wages io a llrnt clasa cook. No one j
seen without recimmcudailous. Apply At No.
130 calhoun street, near Comf it; street. JuoS
ANTED TO PURCHASE, A GOOD
Saddle and Buggy HORSE, of flue size,
not over six yara old. Dall at Messrs. (?Ko. u.
WALTER A CO.'a omeo, Adget's North Wharf.
TEACHER WANTED.-WANTED IN A
healthy locality In thc c mntry, a Young
Lady (0 take charge of a small school of girls.
Muse be competent to instruct In the highest
brunches of English and Music. Salary two hun?
dred dollars and good board in a pt i vate family.
Apply to M.ssrs. STOLL, WEB i A CO., King
street, Chai leaton._jnn8-stuth3?
WANTED, A FIRST-Ct?ASS SERVANT,
for cooking and general housework In a
smAll family. Apply at No. 4 Franklin street.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
wash tor a small family; also a Biri to
wait in the house (white prefeired.) Apply at
this oDlcc. juu7-2*
WANTED TO RENT OCT. "A HASLE
TON BROS. PiANO." Can be seen at No.
es HHS- 1 street. Juna
WANTED, A GOOD SAWYER AND
Machinist to take charge of a .-aw Mill ou
Port Royal Railroad. Apply to T. S. BROWNING,
Yeraossce, Savannah and Charleston Railroad, s.
C. _ju 0-3?
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
House. Purchase money to bc paid In
monthly Instalments. Address .?D?sire," at NKWS
WANTED, A PLEASANT ROOM ON
sullivan's niami, by a single gentleman,
with or without buard or furniture. Address
"Pl)month,"at thu nilloe._Jon4-tuths3?
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted willi the face that the SOUTH
EltN LIKE IN S CK AN'C.-. COMPANY lames Joint
Lile Policies. Insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of eli her, the
amount Insured for ls paid to tue suiviving party.
lt a,so insures hushand and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Honae In the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this oin ce, stat- j
mg location, terms, Ac._febj
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher in some
public institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going Into thc country, can
teach french, Latin, Greek, Plaao and the other
branches ot a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. D. V., at the ellice of this paper.
TRANTER EVERYBODY TO KNOW
. - W CiiBir'TiU. ,,,, ,".,.,"" u,uu mw run icu ~
Sewing Machine lu the market Is the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 265 King street, corner Beaufain
street. T. L BI>SfiLL._Janl2-0mos
TD RENT. ONE OR MORE ROOMS,
pleasantly located near the Battery. Kitch?
en, AC, ir wanted. Address "Rooms," at thia
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing nino rooms, on front beach Sul?
livan's Island, apply to S. A. WOODSIDE, No. 86
TO RENT, TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
Burna' lane, second house from Klug s reet.
Possession given Immediately. Apply ito FOR
SYTHE, MCCOMB A CO., No. 304 King ?treet
TO* RENT, BRICK HOUSE No. 129
Coming street, containing ten rooms, water?
works and gas throughout. Apply at No. 4 Marion
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
BUILDING, on the north side of Hay ne
street. Large cistern on the premises. Apply at
No. 1 Hay ce street._may3s-thstu
OFFICE TO RENT, No. 21 BROAD
street, under Messrs. PrcssUy, Lord A
luglesby. Apply at No. 1 Hayne ut ree t.
TO RENT, THIRD FLOOR OF BUILD
IXG No. 64 Broad street. Apply to A. H.
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUB?
LIC LANDS -The Board of Commissioners
Of ru bl lc Lands o ire rs to rent the West Wm g of
the Building known as the BOUSE (>F OORKEC
1 ION, situate In Magazine, street. The Building
has Introduced Into lt Gan throughout, and a very
large cistern. For farther Information, apply
to Captain J. M. CARSON, the President ot the
Board. By order. J. M. F. DEREEF, secretary
B. C. P. L. Jan5-ws2
TTE RY DESIRABLE ROOMS AT THE
Y Waverly House, with Board, at reduced
m ices, for the Hammer months. Mrs. A. J. KEN
BOARD WANTED IN A PRIVATE FAM?
ILY on Sullivan's Island for a lady, Infant
anu nurse. Address, G., Nsws Office, stating
terms, location, Ac. maysi
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Estate of A. J. HARVEY, Esq.,
are requested to present the same, and those In?
debted to said Estile to mate payment to
Mrs. B. L. HARVEY.
jans S3* Bonneau's Depot, N. E. lt. ft, a. C.
LEMONS ! LEM?NSTTE^.?I?STITJR
25 cents a dozen, at KLEIN'S, No. 330
King stree', and extra One Tamarinds; also Dates
and Oreen Ginger._Jnn8-1?
FOR SALE OR RENT. A DESIRABLE
RESIDENCE in the Town of Summerville.
S. C. Apply at No. 41 Hayne street, charleston,
S. C. may28-tnihs6?
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No. ll Ann street. Apply at No. IM King
streer. W. A. BRAUER._jnn7 3ws-??
TERRIER FOR SALE.-A No. 1 BLACK
and Tan Terrier for sale. Address R. c. S..
Nsws office._ Jun7-3?
FOR SALE, A FINE FAMILY HORSE
i'll.E cos, new, a complete and elegant set
or harness, saddle, bridle, blaukets, robes, ?c., AC.
Inquire at residence ?f Wm. Gurney. Meeting
street, near Broad, from 406 o'clock P. M.
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
King street. Just arrived sixteen turpen?
tine and timber cart Mules. For s ile on time. R.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
a-'d at the shortest notice. Also a few good se
Cuod-haod Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSKCRD, S i,Uh street, north or Wentworth.
FOR SALE, FOR CASH, A FIRST-CLASS
BAR ROOM, at Georgetown, s. C., doing a
good business together with a soda Water Foun?
tain, Billiard and Bagatelle Tables, also Kestau
rantln complete order. The owner desires to
sell ror tnc purpose of a change in business. For
particulars, Ac., address "B. A. C.," NKWS office,
j a ni-tut hs 3
For tue accommodation of parties desiring a
good view of the Kegatta this afternoon thc
Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry Com?
pany will run one of their steamers from Sonth
Atlantic Wharf at o o'clock P. M. ; fol low the boats
in thc race and steam around thc Harbor after?
wards, returning at 8 o'clock.
Fare 25 cents. DUTSON LEE,
Jun8-l Secretary and Treasurer.
QR AND BACHED CONCERT,
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 13,
NEW GERMAN OHORCU, KING STREET
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SAME.
Coincident to the entire renovation of thc
Grand OM Organ, live hundred new Metal Pipes,
of the latest tone and luvcntlon, have been
Oigan Prelude, and Prayer by Rev. L. MULLER,
Pastor of Church.
1. Grand Symphonie In O, Organ and Orchestra?
s'.', A. Mozart.
2. Choral Hymn: "A Firm Castle ls our Lord."
Grand Churus and children's voices-Martin
3. Duetto for two Soprano Voices-G. Mueller.
4. "Behold i he Day of the Lord," Grand Chorus
with Solos-c. Kreutzer.
5. Trio from Creation, fur Soprano. Tenor and
Basan: "On Thee each Living Soul Awaits"
1. Grand Symphonie In D, Organ and Orchestra
W. A. Mozart.
2. Clio al Hymn: "Now, praise ye all the Lord."
Grand Chorus and children's voices-M.
s. Tenor Solo from Creation: "In Native Worth"- ]
4. "Before Thee, O Eternal." Grand Choras-J.
A. P. Scholz.
5. "Morning." Grand Cantate, Solos and Choros
-F. Ri s.
Professors H. E. Eckel and J. Heinemann, or?
ganist, will onducttho Concert, having secured
thc klud and gratuitous co-operation of aome of I
thc best talent of thc city in vocal and lnstramen- j
cal music. A rare musical treat may be antici?
Tenets of admission, a dollar each, may be ob.
talced from tho gentlemen of thc Committee of
Patronage, named oelow; also at M'S nuneken A
Co's. Millinery Store.at Messrs. Melchers A Mulley
Mr. William UHerhardt, and at the doors of the
Church. Doors opea at half-past 7. Concert begins
at half-post 8 P. M.
The following gentlemen are respectfully re?
quested to extend their kind patronage and aid
in disposing of the Uckets of admission :
Hw J A Wagener. Consol C O Witte,
Utiii G A Tren holm, Ed sebrlng, Esq.
Hun Geo S Bryan, N Fearon nach. Esq,
Hon James slinous, H Z Laurey, Esq.
lion U D L-.st-sne, Otto Tidemanu, Esq,
Hou C li Slmouion, G W Witta, Esq,
Hon R F Graham, J H Devereux, Esq,
B 0>.\eill, Esq, A U Hayden, Esq,
G W Clark, Ksq, J F Merkhardt, E q,
J H Wilson, Eli, i> F Wleters, Esq,
Maj ir J H Muriel], W Carlington, Esq,
G a Trutt, tsq, Captain J.icob Smad,
G A Bowen, Ksq, captain Henry Gerdt*,
O Alchel, Esq, J c ll C.aussen, Esq,
Captain F NV Dawson, Dr H Baer,
R s Bruns, Esq, B Bolimann. Esq,
A Gage, Esq, H Klat'.e, Esq,
Roheit Adger, Esq, C dawns, Esq,
Captain J B Betta, C Llllenthai, Esq,
A M montis, Esq, G W Stettens, fcsq,
U Bischoff, hs a, J H Wulirmann, Esq,
J F Picken, Esq, F Wellmanu, Esq,
Oapialu A Me oners, P J Cuogan, Esq,
W B Mill h, Bt.q, C. t Pankina, hsq.
Dr A B Rose, E Waltjea, Esq.
John Klluck, Esq, F Wleters. Esq,
W o courtney, h6q, Henry Bulwlnkle, Esq,
F Von Santen, Esq, J C ugemann, Esq,
Captain D Werner, E F Leiimkunl, Esq,
H Leid lng. Esq, K J U Fischer, Esq,
G H Lluusteut, Esq, F E Schroder, Ksq,
t? Hated, Elq, D D Cohen, Esq,
F ll Hoger, E?q, WF Pudden, Esq. .
J Kells, Esq, Dr ? Ha vega,
F J Ldienthal, Esq, A J Tobias, Esq,
F J Pelzer, Esq. J K Boylston, Esq,
H Ferguson, Esq, Dr It Pine KU cy,
Dr J P Chaza!, capt F W Wagener,
Col Rlchaid Lathers, J D Leescmano, Esq,
H H De Leon, hsq, A Sacht leoen. Esq,
Major ll urson Lee, Dr G s Pelzer.
Ur Mf M Wragg, F C Borner, Esq,
A Blsohoh*. Esq. u Keim, Esq,
Captain P TecKlenberg, F L Quackeubaah, Esq,
H ste u i li r, Esq, A Can ale, Esq,
P C Schroder, esq, Capt J c Mlnott,
G Logermaon, E?q, R M Buller, Esq,
FD O Kracke, Esq, Major G L Buist,
U Ehrichs, Esq, Daniel Ravenel, Esq,
C Wulberu, Esq, T A JedTurd-i, Esq,
F Pieper, Esq? _ AO Stone. Esq,
J ll billen. Esq, Dr W M Fitch,
E F SWcegau, Esq, Capt W A Kelly,
T Kelty, Esq, A camerr.n, Faq,
P Moran, Ksq, M Trlest, E-q,
J M Eas un, Esq, S E Welch, Esq,
J Graver, Esq, A C Kaufman, Esq,
J Kenny, Esq. J N Kobsun, Kan,,
il sieeuckeu, Esq, Qen W Gurney,
Gen Getty, capt Sinclair,
Lieu; M unt, Lieut Smith,
Dr J S Buist, J U Mem in eyer. Esq,
J S Schirmen Esq, W Kuobeloch, Em,
D T Corbin, Esq H Hist- dt, Esq,
D A Anime, Etd, w Marscher,
C H Bergman?, Esq J O W Bl-choir, Esq.
G H Hacker, Esq, O J achiepegreP, Eaq,
J Chadwick, Ksq W M Bird, Ksq,
Dr H Horlbeck, A Lengnlck, i sq,
W L Treohulm, Esq, A stemmermanu, Esq,
B Lucas, Esq, Dr Ancrum,
F R Wlckeuberg, Esq, J H Petermann, Esq,
Colonel J Phillips, C U West, Btq,
R O clilsoim. Esq, Captain H Hanns,
Dr H W Desaussure, W B Heriot, Esq,
L D DeSaussnre, Esq, Colonel O I Walker,
J D Zerb.it, Esq, Dr G w Almar,
Dr Schwettmann, E B Jackeou, Esq,
J U Klencke, Esq, Ur J B Patrick,
F Heinz, Esq, Dr RA Kinloch.
C Ammo, Esq, J D Geddings, Esq,
W Bruuges, ksq, A W Eckel, Esq,
J H Muller, Esq, G V Altor \ E-q,
A Nimitz, Esq, W S Hastie, Jr, Esq.
C0HM1TTBB OP ARRANGEMENTS.
Kev. L. MULLER, Pastor of Hie Congregation.
C. VOIGT, Chairman or the Congregation.
WM. LFFERUARUT, Secretary of the Congre?
JOHN HEESEMANN, Treasurer of the Congre?
Major F. MELCHERS.
(i op armers rj ip 3 ano CJisBointion?.
DISSOLUTION.-THE FIRM OF A.'|
WILSON A CO. was dissolved on Ihe istli of [
april last. A. AR. WILSON will continue the
Stable Business, in all its branches, at tho Old
Stand, No. 148 Meeting atreet, on their own ac?
count, and will close up the outstanding business
of A. WILSON A CO., they having purchased the
entire Interest of J. A. MOSELY in said concera.
A, i lt J. WILSON.
JUD8-1_J. A. MOSELY.
THE COPARTNERSHIP BERETOFORE
existing ander the Arm name of BALL,
BLACK A CO, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partuer will sign in settlement,
of the business.
(Signal) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A cu. inform their friends and the public
that they lotend to close out their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an inducement for all t-j purchase from
They have also a very large stock of nnset
Stone*-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
Ac-which they will Bet, to order, at unusually
low rates. Tnelr manufactory for Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands in mat line. No. 5d5 and 567 BROADWAY,
New York. jolyl8-lyr
iiiillmerrj, Strain i?ooos, Ste.
PRING OPENING I
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladlee' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'3 PAPER
STOCKINO SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS MAKING In all Its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
Orocgticg, tiauar*, Sf t.
JgBEAKFAST~BACOl? ~~~~ ~
3 barrels Kew Haven BACON' STRIPS, In prime
order, at 12>? cents per pound.
} or sale bj N. M. PORTER,
jqns-sm2_Un. ?,38 g1n(r 8treer..
SPANISH C LAB ET WINE AT $1 PEE
GALLON. i .
2 pipes Catalonia OLAHET WINE, m aonnd
condliiou, at $i per gallon, Imper.ed diroct to
HUB city by Timoteo.
Pot sal? by N. IC. PORTER,
, . Nn. 236 King street,
Jnn8-smw3_Third above Kartet street.
gUGAB, MOLASSES AND WINE.
40 h rid H. Muscovado SDu.iK
120 hhds. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
60 bblB. prime now crop Muscovado Molasses
20 pipes Catalonia Claret Wine.
Fer sale low to close consignments, In lots ta
amt purchasers, by w. F. HALL,
may29-wfml0 Brown A Co's Wharf.
"jpROCLAIM THE GLAD TIDINGS."
TEASI TEAS! TEAS!
W I L S O N ' SI
300 KINO STREET 1
306 KINO STREET 1
306 KINO STREET 1
Owing to the large quantities or TEAS oat of
bond, and now being sacrificed by jobbers to raise
money, we have bought lor CASU-anticipating
the reduction of duty
? I. AU OK ASSORTMENT OP
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWIVO DOLONOS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
WHICH WK WILL SELL
WIHO.I WE WILL SELL
WHICH WE WILL SELL
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POD VD I
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS P?R POUND I
AT E1QHTY-F.VE CENTS 1'Ert POUND I
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
A TEA THAT IS WORTH
A TEA TB AT. IS WORTH
A TUA THAT IS WORTH
$1 20 CENTS PER POUND
$1 25 OENTi PER POUND
$1 25 Oh NTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I
FOR EIGHtY-PI7E CENTS I
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I
THIS TEA WILL BK 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 I
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA I
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A BUN
NKVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON !
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I ,
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IS CHARLESTON I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE !
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL !
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS !
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUT TEAS I
THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY HOUSE
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY !
THAT MAKES IT A SPEUlALTY I
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY !
-nu m wm iSBm mm
THAT BUY MOBE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE !
THAN ANY OTHER STORE !
THAN ANY OTHER STORE !
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT 1
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT
MORE VARIETY OP TEAS I
MORE VARIETY OP TEAS'
MOKE VARIETY OF TEAS I
QO TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
QO TO WILSON'S TEA STOHtf,
00 TO WILSON'S TEA STORE,
No. 306 KING STREET I
No. 306 KING ST RE KT I
No. S06 KING STREET I
QOGNAC AND LA BOGHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN O. 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, la
Casca of one dozen bottles each.
jp AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE HUGABS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na lio East Bay, offer tor
sale Fair, Prime and Oholce Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.
JP AL K I K K ALE.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice or "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pints. MOBDEOA1 A 00.
jpOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer foi
aale Oholce Porto Rico MOLASSES, m strong
packages._MORDECAI A CO.
pRIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacks.
_MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay, offer foi
Bale an Invoice or Oholce HAVANA CIGARS, di
rect from Factory In Havana._
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for Bale
by A. TOBIAS' SONS.
PTEK LI N GTT?TTFST
NEW SABBATH-SCHOOL SONG BOOK I
An appropriate name for this neat, complete
and most pleasing collection of musical gems,
(about 150 or them.) by A. Hull and H. Saunders.
Music New, Fresh, Spirited ! Price 85 cents.
"NEVER TROUBLE TROUBLE TILL TROUBLE
TROUBLES YOU," ls the title of a favorite Song,
by Wellman. 30 cents.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP,
ls the name of a compact book of 210 pages,
which can be carried in the pocket, and yet con?
tains a very large proportion of the moat popular
psalm tunes, spiritual Bongs, Ac, Ac. It would
be difficult to compile a more convenient book for
the Vestry, the Prayer Meeting, or Social Singing
Meetings. By Asa Hull. Price oo cents.
Everytody likes "KISSING AT THE GARDEN
GATE," Song. Loesch 40 cents.
THE MUSICAL TREASURE
Contienes to be a "Great Success." Great variety
ot the beat Vocal and Instrumental Music
Price In Bds. $2 50; Clo. $3; Gilt $4.
The above Booka and Piece, sent, postpaid, en
receipt of retail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., I 0. H. DIT30N A CO.
Boston. I New York.
AVILI ?~N ~~H O T E L,
L CHARLESTON, S. 0.
0. T. ALFORD ? CO.,
m ay 14 R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
?recent*, iiqmrw, #r.
20hbds. Prime Smoked Western SIDES and
30 tierces No. 2 smoked and D. S. Hams and
50 tabs New Table Batter
rs packages Prime Western Leaf Lard.
For snle low to close consignments hy . i
JUD7-3 East Bi?.
g C. STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS.
Just receive! per steamer a line lot of s. 0.
STRIPS AND PIO SHOULDERS, Sir.all size.
Extra Fulton Market Beef for sale low hy
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free. , . ;, u :
NEW CODFISH, SALMON AND MACK?
hxtra No. l MACKEREL., large size. Choice
New Pick e Salmon, St. George CodOsh, very tine.
Pickle Halibut, Pickle Herrtugs.
For sale by .?.FITZGIBBON, . '
N. W. corner Klng.and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free: . _
J1RE8H BISCUITS, CRACKERS, Ac..
Jost received per Steamer Falcon, all Kinds of
FRESH BISCUIT, as follows:
Milk Biscuits, Crt am Jumbles, Lemon Snaps,
Ginger Snaps, Soda Biscuit, Arrowroot Biscuit,
Oyster Biscuit, Batter Crackers? Wine crackers
aud PUot Bread.
For sale low by D.'FITZ GIBBON, '
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All g.oda delivered free._.
QHOICE WINESTBRANDIES, GINS, Ac
A floe lot of PURE RTE WHISKIES, Brandies,
ALSO, ??..:>.: I "
. Some of that fine OLD CORN WHISKEY, at
$1 76 per gallon. And fall supply of low grade
Whiskey always on hand. " . ... ' ^
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON, i .
N. W. corner King aed Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free, .. maylfl-lmo
Summer Bcsorts. ...
NOTICE.-R-OPR READERS WHO
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH: TO FILE : THE
PAPER FOB THE USE OF THEIR QUESTS,
CAN HAYE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOB SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. "81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Mu., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-Tats favorite es?
tablishment, sutured in ono of the moat eligible
positions in the etty, en the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, mag?
nificently furnished with baths and otuer con?
veniences on every flo tri ts now open for the re?
ception of th ise.con om pla ting a toar of pleas me
the coming season. Tne cars run within a square
of the h- iuse. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOIT, Proprietor. ?.-.?> jan84m08 .
QAPON SPRINGS AND - BATHS} .
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA.
This del iaht ful WATERING PLACE bas been
thoronghly refltred. ami is now kept in the neat
modem style. Its waters are Alkaline, and have
a wide celebrity for their prompt and happy'ac?
tion in Dyspepsia, Diseases of th? kidneys and
Bladder, lociudiug Calculus, In varions Skin Dis?
eases, and in their admirable effects on i he r emale
Constitution, the air of Capon ls unsurpassed In
all the mountains of Virginia for salubrity, elas?
ticity and i ryness. lu splendid Ba:ha were de?
clared by Slr Benry Bulwer, when on a vMft'here
with Mr. Webster, aa hardly eqnded by anything
he had seen in Europe.
For oar pamphlet, with full particulars of rates,
charges, Ac, apply to A. A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
ur n g ? is ts, or to the undersigned, by mall.
Jun8-lmo FRAZIER A SALE. Proprietor?.
AT AffiEN, S. C., ( ,
At the ALLEN HuUSE daring the ensuing
Sommer Months. Apply carly to Mrs. N. Ii
ALLEN. . ,,.-.( may27-lmo
JJENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
The undersigned has opened the RIPLEY
HOTEL, in this place, for die summer, and oan
accommodate persons wishing to spend the sum?
mer at reasonable ratea. T. A. ALLEN,
g ULLI VAN'S ISLAND.
The MOULTRIEVILLE HOUSE la now open for
the accommodation of boarders, permanent or
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM, ,
June 1st, 1872-atnthS Proprietor.
JJ" O TIO E .
I he BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, Off White
Point Garden, has been thoronghly repaired in
all Its various, departments, and will be opened
on 13th instant for accommodation of visitors.
The Soda Water and Ice Cream Departmenta will
be ander the immediate superintendence of the
Proprietor. Tna.i king thc pabilo for psst favors,
I would most respectfully solicit their patron?
age. . M. MC M AN'M UN,
JkJ-E W MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, S. G., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C., -A
Leave Greenville Munday, Wednesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asheville next day by 1 P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
1 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville In the morumg, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson ville lu daylight.
Fare to Flat Rook $6; to Asheville $7.
maj8-2mo_W. P. BLAIR.
TH E HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA, "
Are now open .to visitors, its waters are cele?
brated for the cure of alreamatlsm. Goat, Paral j
slst Torpor of Liver, Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Diseases of the Uterus, Affections or the
Skin, especially of syphilitic origin, and numer?
ous Ohre mc Diseases.
Vary in temperature from so to no degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Chronic
Bath. They are moreover found to prepare the
system for the beneficial action of waters found
at the various other Mineral Springs. ?. ; -.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely used at the most celebrated spas in Ger?
many, and which give sufferers the benefit of the
very valuable remedial agents contained in the
Mineral Mud. These ^prtuga offer UNSURPAS8
Ku ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas
nre-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to those of first-class city h tels. Every
modern Improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. CA BELL, M. D., of the Unlversl
ty of Virginia, Resident-Physician. For. Pam?
phlets and Circulars, address S. C. TARDY;A 00.,
Richmond, Va., or J.A.AUGUST, Manager, Hoc
Springs. Bath county. Va._may22-2mo
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT Di THE SUNNY
Are located io the Piedmont region, of Georgia,
twenty-five miles southeast of Chattanooga,
Tenn., and within two miles of the Western and
These Springs, fifty two in nnmber, embrace
every variety of mineral water lound in the fa?
mous mountains of virginia-white, red and
black sulphur, Allegheny, ail-dealing and chaly?
beate, magneslan, soda and iodine; aa also the
waters characterizing the Montvale springs, of
Tennessee, and Indian Springs, of Georgia; allot
which are to be found here In abundance, within
the compass or this "Magic Vale,"
AFFORDING A CERTAIN OURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Com?
plaints, Scrofula, all kinds of cutaneous Atlee
t ons, and in fact, every disease that human flesh
la heir to.
THE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINGS
are in thorough condition, newly painted, and
entirely new appointments.
THE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS
In every particular. A magnificent ball-room,
100 by 30 feet, and elegantly fitted par.ors. Bil?
liard and bar-room 75 ieee long, and a capacious
Direct telegraphic and postal communication.
The buildings and grounds ?ill be brilliantly il?
luminated with gas, and every attraction will be
afforded the vlsi tois to Catoosa Springs. y
The ab"?e watering Place will be opened ro<pa?
trons Jone 1st, 1872. by W. 0. HEWITT,
Late of Globe. Hotel, / - 3ta, Qa.