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VOLUME IX.-NUMBER 2002.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNK ll, 1872.
EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR.
A BLAST FEOM BELMONT,
WEATTHE GREATNEWYORK BANKER |
THINKS OF GREELEY.
The Choice Narrowed Dow rt to Grant |
~ or the Sase of Chappaq.ua-TL.e~ Doty
of th? Baltimore Convention.
Aa the position of tbe Hon. August Belmont,
chairman of the National Democratic Execu?
tive Committee, has been misrepresented, the
Cincinnati Commercial prints, with bis permis- j
sion, the following letters, which give his
vie WB on the political issues of the hour :
LONG) ISLAND. May 21, 1872.
My Dear Sir-Your klod letter ol the 17lb
Insiant. reached me here, and lu reply I beg to
express to you my thanks lor the flattering
cou?dence which you manifest for my Judg?
ment and sincerity of purpose.
I may err tn my appreciation of the difficul?
ties which surround us, but I can say, without
egotism, that I merit your good opinion as io
the sincerity or my l ni em ions. So much am I
Impressed with the fatal consequences In store
i 01 our common conni ry by the re-election ol'|
Grant that I could willingly vote for my dead -
Hebt J enemy In order to prevent such a catas?
trophe. Tbe nomination of Greeley ls one of
those stupendous mistakes which ll ls difficult I
evento comprehend; but lt ls now an accom?
plished fact, and we have to deal with lt as
best we can. I take lt for granted that all
think Inc men bave come to tue conclusion by
thia time that the. Domination of a straight
Democratic ticket at Baltimore will either eiect I
Grant by ibe people-In case of Greeley's with?
drawal-or throw tbe election Into the House,
If Greeley should stand a poll, and theo, also
Grant will sure to be elected. If the conven?
tion can be got to nominate Greeley at Balti?
more, with anything like unanimity, the large
body of the Democratic party throughout tue
country will vote for bim, and we shall have
enongh Bepubllcan votes to make tbe election
more than probable, even if we should lore
one-ten th ol our vote by defection and .apathy.
Whether this nomi nailon eau be brought
about remains a serious question, and I am
not able even to form a judgment on this point
at this early day. At present many leading
men and party organs, besides a very large
portion of toe German vote, are bitterly op
Sos ed io him. Between now and the 9th of j
uly Greeley's strength must show au increase [
or decline, and lt will then be for our conven?
tion to adopt what course may be deemed
wisest. Though he is to me almost the mott
objectionable person whom (he Liberals could i
select, still I am decidedly of the opinion that i
our best policy will be to endorse the Cl nein- ]
natl platiorm and ticket. This Is the general c
teellug In this State, and our delegation to i
Baltimore ls, by a large majority, composed of \
Greeley men. As our delegation votes as a t
unit, you may set the vote ol New York down f
as almost certain tor Greeley. I was not at I
Rochester, and have been left off the Hst or |
delegates, most probably on account of the 1
hostile position or ihe World and Staats Zel- t
tung agjalDBt the Cincinnati nominees, as the <
delegation undoubtedly was selected with but i
that one Idea of making lt sure for Greeley, A I
moat absurd story ba?, for years past, been ?
starte^ and generally credited-that I am a I
large shareholder In ibe World, and control Its ?
tendencies. I have never held a single share t
In it, and do not exercise any Influence over 1
Its editorials. c
Should circumstances shape themselves -so i
tbat the Liberals desert the Cincinnati ticket [
between now and July, and tbat we see a | <
chance for success by a separate ticket, then I
hope that the choice may fall on Groesbeck. 11
He. with Sanford Church or J. Q. Adams, | c
would make a stronger ticket tban any other
Yon?, very truly, 11
AUGUST BELMONT. | E
NEW YORK, June 1. t
My Dear Sir-* * * Greeley has so far t
not lost strength in our State, and the meeting t
uJ me rree. xnwera uigui .oetore. just, ?>"?ngh ?
composed of many of our best calzeos, did not t
bave any outside effect. Their plan of making ?
a new nomination will amount to nothing.
* . . * * * .
Yours, very truly,
A PRECIOUS DELEGATION.
Bow South Carolina was Urpreaented
Sam Bowles, the editor of that able, Inde?
pendent ernd sprightly sheet, the Springfield I
(Mass.) Republican, writes from Ihe Grant j
Convention at Philadelphia:
Take the South Carolina delegates. Wba' j
do ibby represent ? Tue most vlilanous gov
erement ever seen In a Iree Christian com
monwealth-a government which la only
synonym for scientific scouodrelism and or?
ganized pillage. A few unscrupulous and
avaricious adventurers bave temporarily con?
fiscated a State of the American Uulon to 11
their private use and emolument. They have
lou nd a lew native born rascals as unscrupu?
lous as themselves, and taken them Into part?
nership. Tbey b&ve secured the Ignorant
negroes by a pystem of secret oath-hound
societies; by skilfully appealing to their
resentments and their fears-In which
the Klux Klux Insanity bas, of course, been
of Invaluable assistance ip them; by the
music of the Republican name; and by divid?
ing office and plunder with tbelr leaders, al?
ways reserving for themselves, however, the
lion's share. The history ot their shameful
rule ls known to the American people. Yet
these fellows call them-elves Republicans,
bold up their beads with the best, and cheer
lor Grant wlih the loudest. They come Into I
the National Convention, their bands reeking
from corrupt jobs, their pockets heavy with
stolen money, und sit down on equal terms
with the representatives of Massae nu se tu.
BOLTING FROM GRANT.
Defection of st Leading Republican
.' The Syracuse (N. Y.j Slandr.rd, of which
General H. A. Bato mn is editor, which has
awaited tbe action of the Philadelphia Con?
vention before taking a decided stand, cornea
ont to-day. with a sharp editorial reluslng to
support the ticket. It says:
If at any time we have Intimated that, under
any circumstances, we could support General
Grant for President, lt bas been upon the im?
pression that some of his derelict lons were
susceptible of explanation, and that he would
be fftaced apon a platform generous In Hs In?
spiration and broad in Its scope. Now thai
bis most gifted and ardent champions are
obliged to confess ihe Indictment against him
sustained, and tbe platform upon which be
stands fails to come up to the liberal standard
of peace and Oood will, whose adoption alone
comprehends the prosperity of the republic
and the supremacy of liberty and law, we
would be without excuse if we sustained him.
It needs but few words to declare our opposi?
tion to the re-election of President Grant
under ibe unhappy auspices ot tha Philadel?
phia Convention. Thus conscientiously be?
lieving, proud as ever of tbe achievements of
the Bepubllcan parly, devoted as ever to the
principles upon which lt was founded, and
which have been stricken to tbe earth by
those whom an untoward fate bas lifted loto
Its leadership, aod deeply regretting the ne?
cessity which ls upon us, we repudiate the ac?
tion o? the convention and decline lo support
A TERRIBLE TORNADO.
Great Losa of Lite and Destruction of
NEW YORK, June 10.
A dispatch from upper Sandusky, Ohio, giv?
ing partlculjrs of a terrible tornado at the Vil?
lage of Quincy, in Logan County, says that
two children are.killed, and several persons
wounded. Somo will die. Houses lu the path
of the tornado were levelled to the ground.
The Methodist and Baptist Churches were de?
molished, and large trees were snapped like
pipe stems. The tornado advanced ibrough
the Town of Degraff, where the terrible scene
was repeated, and If possible the destruction
or properly greater. Io several Instances
children were caught by the wind and carried
some distance in the air. Tbe devastation
was terrible, and the people needreliel badly. |
Sbermanlzeit bot not Di*heartened-A
Picture of Energy, Enterprise and
Thrift-Political Prospects-A Couple
of Sample Radical Official*.
[FROM OUR TRAVELLING COKRKSPONDBNT.]
ORANOEBORG, June 8.
Orangeburg Is one ot the most prosperous
towns In our State. The business portion was
burnt by Sherman, but now, after the lapse of
only a few rears, while other towns along the
march of that Great Destroyer still point back
to him In their pictures of desolation, here ail
traces of his rntbleBs hand has disappeared,
the place is as neat and ires h and large as If
lt had never lelt the weight of that hana. Or?
angeburg was, tor a ion,' time alter thu close
ot the war, the noribern terminus of the
South Carolina Railroad, and lia present flour?
ishing condition is principally due to this fact.
It became the depot tor tuousands of bales of
cotton, and a vast amount of other produce
brought down in wagons from the Interior.
The wagons were paid liberally ior their ser?
vices, and, of course, Bpent their money
freely. At thal lime lt was not uncommon
for the merchants to make cash sal? s
to the amount ol Ht teen tumored dollars per
day. A Charleston gen ile mun who had failed
at business In that city belora the war is said
to have cleared fifteen thousand dollars here
In the course of a few months. He specula?
ted In cotton. The houses are built princi?
pally upon one street, which run nearly north
and south, and is about one mile long. The
residences occupy the northern end uf this
sireer, and the business houses the southern.
A project ls now on foot to open another
street on a line parallel with this one lu o der
to afford roomy thoroughfare directly from
the railroad depot to me business centre, a
convenience not now possessed. There are
very few brick buildings in Orangeburg. It
contuins a great many stores; most of these
are two story wooden structures. Prices are
very lillie above the Charleston retail rate.?.
The leading merchants are Messrs. Rull.
Scovlll & Pike, Geo. H. Curoelson, P. H.
Briggman Az Co., D. Louts, Felder, Vose &
Izlur, John A. Hamilton. Jos. McNamara, E.
Ezekiel, V7. T. Lighifoot, W. F. Muller, T.
Kohn & Bro., T. A. Jeff irds & Co., W. A. Me
roney and Curt mill & Vince in general mer?
chandise. Tne principal drug etore is owned
and kept by Dr. E. J. Olivero?, aud the only
book store by Mr. Kirk Ro ol nson.
The Citizens1 Savings Bank, of Charleston,
lias established a branch up here, under tne
management of Mr. James H. Fowles. Two
>ractlclng dentists are located here-Dr. T. B.
Legare and Dr. F. Fersner. Good houses
summand from three to four hundred dollars
-ent per year. A traci of land within the cor?
porate, limits, containing about one hundred
teres, sold a few days since for nine thousand
lollara, cash. The old Orangeburg Female
Academy ls now th. ClaHio University; it was
jurchased just alter the war by a company of
Northern philanthropist?, and opened under ,
his name lor the education of colored youths
>f both sexes. The same company have
'ecently purchased an adjoining farm, the
ract spoken ot above, upou which they pro- ,
jose to erect an agricultural college for simi- .
ar purposes. The crops In this section are
generally good, bolh of corn and cotton ; some ,
ire very floe. About twelve miles north ot
1?re, on the State road, a large quantity ol field .
sorn on the point ol tasseling ls to be seen.
Several refreshing showers of rain bavo ,
>ccurred this week, but in some parts of the
sounty more is needed.
The Radicals of this county will probably go
na mass for Gran'. Greeley is strongly en
iorsed by the Democrats. The State senator
sleet ot Oranoeburg County has got himself ,
nto trouble. He ls apparently a Arm believer
n the political principle that the State ls the
servant of the people, and In an hour of sore
teed he endeavored to apply this princlole lo
he county by quietly drawing a check on the
reasury In the treasurer's name. An attempt
0 have this check discounted a few evenings
igo at the counter ofajyomioejit^rmjre
ilci^'nif?ieTaud he now sojourns wit hin the
?ospltable walls of the county jail, and medi?
ates on the vanities of life when the stars
some out to keep his company. This model
lenator has twice before been convicted of
ictual theft, and was balled out Of Jail but a
lay or two before he committed this forgery.
Orangeburg ls the birthplace of the scheme
if reviving the Charleston Republican. Il
teems at first to have been a Jouit stock
enterprise, and its late assistant editor,
f. Felder Myers, ls said to have drawn
1 thousand dollars from the county treasury
ind invested the same in the stock. Myers
s one of the county commissioners; he was
ndtcted for this act by the grund jury a lew
weeks ago, and ls now awaiting Ulai.
SHARP IFOJfcK IN CUBA.
HAVANA, June 10.
Captain-General Valmaseda bas arrived at
Sue vi tas. A severe engagement took place
netween Bascones and Vicente Garcia. Thu
Spaniards report the killing ot seventy Insur?
gents, including Llco Cruze, the second In
isommand ot Garcia's forces. The insurgents
ittempteoV to recapture Cruze after he was
wounded, but were not successful.
A RETREAT TO M AT AMOK AS.
Caballos Driven by- the Rebels to His
MATAMORAS, June 8.,
The revolutionists under Querogu having re?
captured Monterey on the 4ut Instant, beiore
general Caballos could reach there wilh rein
torcements, Queroga turned on Caballos with
all his loree aud compelled him to retreat to
Mier, where be was yesterday. It ls believed
to-day that Caballos cannot remain lu the field
against Ibe insurgents with his present torce,
and that he ls retreating on M a tam o rae to
shelter himself behind the forts and national
guard. Several of General Caballo'a heavy
guntt have reached Reynosa, having been sent
in advance to prevent, their retarding the re?
treat. General Queroga's force ls estimated al
5000, having impressed Into his service 1500
prisoners captured (rom General Corellos lu
the engagements at Monterey. General Ca?
ballos Issued a proclamation at Mler yester?
day, acknowledging i he disaster at Monterey
and its recapture by the revolutionists and
their advance upon his force, and indicating
the probability ot his retreat here, which ts
now being executed. Another siege of Mata
moras ls imminent, with the prestige of the
recent success in iavor of the revolutionists.
THE WEATHER THIS DA F.
WASHINGTON, Juno 10.
A region of clear weather over the Southern
States with light to fresh winds, and over ihe
Middle and Mew England Slates with light to
fresh westerly wluds; the latter backing to
southerly over tne lower Lake Region, with
probably Increasing cloudiness. Excepting j
the brisk winds for ihe Upper Lakes danger?
ous winds are not anticipated,
futirday't Weather Reports or tbe
Signal Service, U. S. A.-?.47 P. M.,
Local Tim?, g#\c,
F rt sh.
NOTB.-The weather report dated 7.47 o'clock
this morning, will be posted In the rooms ot, the
Chamber of Commerce at ia o'clock A. M., and
together with the weather chart, may (by the j
courtesy of the Chamber) be examined by ship?
masters at any tune daring the day.
THE GRANT PLATFORM.
FULL TEXT OF TBE PHIL A HELPBIA
An Equivocating Document-Coquet?
ting -with the Protectionists-A Tub
for the Female Whale.
The full text of the Grant platform Is worth
reading, ll only for the purpose of comparing
Its halting commonplaces with the crisp deci?
siveness and clear ring of the Liberal Republi?
can declaratlou ol principles :
The Republican pany of ihe United States,
assembled In National Convention, in the Ciiy
01 Philadelphia, on the filth and sixth days of
June, 1872, again declares Its faith, appeals to
its history, aud announces its position upon
questions before the country.
First. During the eleven years of Its supre?
macy il has accepted with grand courage the
solemn duties of the time. It suppressed a
a gigantic rebellion, emancipated four millions
ol slave?, decreed the equal cuizeDshlp of all,
and established nnlven-al suffrage; exhibiting
unparalleled magnanimity, lt criminally pun?
ished no man lor political offences, and warm?
ly welcomed all who proved their loyalty by
obtiyiog me laws and dealing justly wi tn their
neighbors; IC has steadily decreased with
a firm hand Ihe resultant disorders ot a great
war, and Initiated a wise policy toward the
Indians. The Pacific Railroad and similar vast
enterprises have been generously aided and
successfully conducted; the public lauds freely
given to actual sei tiers; immigration protect?
ed and encouraged, and a full acknowledg?
ment ol naturalized citizens' rights secured
from European powers; a uniform currency
has been provided, repudiation frowned down;
the nui ional credit sustained under most ex?
traordinary burdens, and new bonds negoil
ted at lower rutes; the revenues have been
carefully collected and honesily applied; de?
spite the annual lanre reductions ot the rates
ot tixatlon, the oublie debt has been reduced
dining General Grant's Preeldeocy at the rate
of one Hundred million dollars a year; a great
dnanciul crisis has been averted, and peace
and plenty prevail throughout the land; me?
nacing foreign difficulties have been peacefully
and houorauly compromised, and the honor
and power of the nanon kept in high respect
throughout the world. Tuts glorious record
ol' the past In the party's best pledge for the .
future. We believe tbe*people will not en?
tri?t the government lo any party or combi?
nation of men composed chiefly ol (hose who
have i esl s ted at every step this beneficial
Second. Complele liberty and exact equality
io the enjoyment of a I civil, po: ir leal and pub?
lic rights should be established and effectually
maintained throughout the Union by efficient
and appropriate Stale and Federal legislation.
Neither ihe law nor its administration should
admit of any discrimination In respect lo the
citizen, by reason of race, creed, color, or pre?
vious condition of servitude.
Third. Thu recent amendments to the na?
tional constitution should be cordially sustain- 1
ed because they are right, not merely tolerat?
ed because they were law, and should be car?
ried out according to their spirit by appropri?
ate legislation, the enforcement ol -winch can
be safely trusted only to the party that secur?
ed lliose amendments.
Fourth. The national government should
seek to maintain au honorable peace with all
nations, protecting Its citizens everywhere,
and sympathizing with all peoples who strive
tor greater liberty.
Filth. Any system of civil service under
which the subordinate positions of the gov?
ernment are considered rewards for mere
party zeal ls lalalty demoralizing, aod we
therefore favor a reform of the system by
lawB which shall abolish the evils of patron?
age, and make honesty, efficiency and fidelity
essential qualifications for public position,
wlihout practically creal!Dg a life tenure of
and demand that the national domain be set
apart for tree homes for the people.
Seventh. The annual revenues, after pay?
ing curreut debt?, snould furnish a moderaie
balance for the reduction of ihe principal, aod
revenue-except so much BB may be derived
from a tax ou tobacco and liquors-io be
raised by dulles on Importations, the duties ot
wnich should be so adjusted as io aid In secur?
ing remunerative wages to labor and promote
the Industries, growtu aud prosperity of the
Eighth. We hold In undying honor the sol?
diers and sailors whose valor saved the Union;
their pensions are a sacred debt of the nation ;
and ihe widows and orphans of those who
died for their country are entitled to ihe care
ufa generous and grate I ul people. We favor
such addli Ional legislation as will extend the
bounty of the government to all ot our sol?
diers and sailors who were honorably dis?
charged, and who, lu the Hue of duly, became
disabled, without regard to length of service
or cause of such discharge.
Ninth. The doctrine of Great Britain and
other European powers concerning allegiance,
"Once a subject, always a subject," having at
last, through the efforts ot the Republican
party, been abandoned, and the American
Idea of an individuara right io transfer bis al?
legiance having been accepted by European
nations, lt ls me duty of our government to
guard with Jealous care the rights of adopted
citizens against the assumption of unauthor?
ized claims by their former government, and
we urge continual and carelul encouragement
and protection lo voluntary Immigration.
Tenth. Tne fran king privilege ought to be
abolished and the way prepared for a speedy
reduction iu ihe rates of postage.
Eleventh. Among the questions which press
lor attention is tnat whlcu concerns the rela?
tions of capital and labor, and the Republican
party recognize the duly ol BO shaping legisla?
tion as io secure full protection and the am?
plest field (or capital; aud for labor, the crea?
tor of capital, tbe largest opportunities and a
Just share ol the mumal profits of these two
great servants of civilization.
T wei uh. We hold that Congress and the
President have only fulfilled an Imperative
duly lu their measures for tue suppression of
violent und treasonable organizations in cer?
tain lately rebellious regions, aud for the pro?
tection of the ballot box, und therefore they
are entitled to the thanks ol the nailon.
Thirteenth. We denounce ihe repudiation of
the public debt In any f.irm or disguise as a
national crime. We witness with pride the
reduction ol the principal of the debt, and of
ihe rates ol' Interest upon the balance, and
confidently expect ihut our excellent nat ional
currency will be perfected by a speedy re?
sumption of specie payment.
Fourteenth. Tue Republican party ls mind?
ful of Its obligations to the loyal women of
America for their noble devotion to the cans**
of freedom; their admission lo wider fields of
useiuluess is received with satisfaction, and
honest demands of any class of citizens for
additional rights should be treated with re?
aped ful consideration.
Fifteenth. We heartily approve the action ol'
Congress in extending amnesty to those lately
in rebellion, and rejoice in ihe growth of peace
and fraternal feeling throughout the land.
Sixteenth. The Republican party propose to
respect the rights reserved by tue people to
themselves as carefully as the powers delega?
ted by them to the State and to the Federal
Government. It disapproves of the resort lo
unconstitutional laws for the purpose of re?
moving evils by Interference with rights not
surrendered by the people to either the State
or National Government.
Seventeenth. It is the duty of the General
Government to adopt such measures as will
tend to encourage American commerce and
Eighteenth. We believe that ihe modest pa?
triotism, the earnest purpose, sound Judg?
ment, practical wisdom, incnrriptible Integ?
rity and Illustrious services of UlysBeB S. Grant
have commended him to the heart ol' the
American people, and with him ut our head
we start to day on a new march io victory.
OVERFLOW OF TBE PO.
FLORENCE, June 10.
The inundation ol' the Po hus rendered
twenty-two thousand persons homeless In the
province of Ferrara alone.
A FEMALE IN TBE PULPIT.
NEW YORK, June 10.
An Immense crowd witnessed the baptism,
by Immersion, of Miss Smiley, the Quakeress,
who will herealter preach as an evangelical
THE RIGHTS OF ZABOR.
Progress of the Eight Hourn' Movement
-The Turn-Out In Nrw York-Tiding!
from the East and Weit.
NEW YORK, June 10.
The parade of (he workingmen to-day fell
abort of the expectations. "Many of those lo
the procession were malcontents, whose lean?
ing toward communism is ?eli known, and a
large body of Communists bearing red flags
held a prominent plaze in Ihe procession.
The procession formed at eleven o'clock,
and marched down the Bowery, flanked by
police. Only about seven thousand men
were in line. Nothing noteworthy occurred
along the route. Many I rades unions were
averse to turning out. aRd were not repre?
sented In the demonstration.
At a meei log ol the piano manufacturers to- j
day, a report was submitted snowing that only
two firms, and those ot minor Importance, had
yielded to tue demands ot the strikers. A
commit)ee wan appointed to draft a statement
demonstrating to the strikers the Impossibili?
ty of granilog their demands.
Mr. Steinway announced that his factory was
closed on Saturday, and would remain closed,
as the firm were determined to hold out
against the etrlke.
The cigar-makers and wood-carvers, confec-1
lionera, German printers nod barbers, have
combined lor a strike.
A Grand Union at the Hub.
BOSTON, June 10.
The delegates from the various trades
unions in inls vicinity have appointed com?
mittees preliminary to organizing a grand
A Strike in the Quaker City.
PHILADELPHIA. June 10.
The cabinetmakers resolved to strike; only
one negative vote was cast. It Includes the
upholster-r>, varnishers, cirverB, machine and
hand moulders, turners, sawyers and plano
maker-. The Germans were principally In
attendance at the meeting. .
Making Hendy In the West.
ST. Lotti!?, June 10.
A meeting of ihe workingmen was held yes?
terday to consider Ibu feasibility of forming
an eight hours' league. Speeches were made
by Hun. Warren Chase and others. A commit?
tee was appointed to draft a constitution and
LARGE FIRE IN SAVANNAH.
Loss Fifteen Thousand Dollars.
[Pi om the Savannah News, June 10.]
Yesterday morning about one o'clock the
policeman on duty In the vicinity discovered
?moke issuing irom the building on the north?
west comer of St. Julian undBuil streets, and
gave ihe alarm. Attention was first attracted
by the smell ot turpentine, and Immediately
aiierwards smoke poured out through the
doors aud basement. The department re?
sponded promptly, but lhere was some unac?
countable delay oi ten minutes or more In get?
ting water on the fire, which by this time had
assumed a serious appearance. Thc angry
flames leaped from tue tecond story, which
III a few minutes was completely enveloped,
and a breeze blowing at the time, there was a
fair prospect that the fire king's levy would
comprise several thousand dollars, and the re?
sult proved the anticipation correct. The fire?
men worked with untiring energy, but there
Is little doubt the entire bluck to Whitaker
street would have been destroyed but for the
brick wall lo the middle of the block. The
buildings were old, and the lmflammable
character o? the stock of Messrs. J. G. Butler
&, Co.'s paint store only accelerated the on?
ward march of ihe fiery monster. The ad?
joining tenements on the west, both on the
Bryan and St. Julian streets sides, and those
Imming on Bull street, were razed to the
ground as far as the bi lek wall at the east of
J?8ij^E&WJ'^.Qff^^Jh^ teriMJgca ay
nre from the root of the burning stores and
also by water. But lor tue loss and distress lt |
might have occasioned, there are lew who
would have regretted the destruction ol the
entire block, as there ls not a building
in lt at ali ornamental. The heat was
ntense in the vicinity of the fire, and
pori lons ol the outside wood work ol the Pu?
laski House opposite were badly scorched.
Mr. Keeley, who keeps the stables adjoining
the PulusKi House, had histotock removed ou
account of the great lieut, but lhere was no
fear ot the fire crossing, n- ihe wind was In a
contrary dlreciion. On the St. Julian street
aide all the shanties were levelled to Roach's
shoe shop. The property belongs lo Mrs.
Edwards, of Staten Isiand, New York, and is
entailed esl aie. Mr. Aaren Champion, ol this
city, is agent. The assessment of this prop?
erty, we understand, ls $14.000 or $1G 000, and
is Insured for $6000 In Uni Southern Mutual, T.
H. Harden, Esq, agent. Tula insurance
covers Hie entire biock from Bull street lo
Whitaker. We annex below a list of
THE LOSSES AND INSURANCE
on the stocks, and Hie names ol the sufferers:
Jones & Callan, looking-glass and picture
frame manufactory, $1500 tn Liverpool and
London and Globe Insurance Company; total
loss. Charles E. Wakefield, plumber and gas
fitter, $3500 Insurance-12500 In Same com?
pany; total loss. John O. Buller & Co , paint?
ers, $3000 with Henry H*. Woodbridge, agent; [
total loss. Pnlllp Herman, barber, $900 with
R. H. Footman, agent; total loss. Thomas
Roach, shoemaker. $800 in american Central,
of bl. Louis, C. L. Hardee, agent. Funk &
R-illy, tailors, $500 la Triumph Insurance
Company ; partial loss. John M. Burkett,
locksmith, $800 in Phoenix Insurance Com?
pany; partial loss. J. G. Steeger, photograph?
er, $1500 In Triumph Iusuiance Company;
loss sught ny removal. S. Elsluger,
Justice ot' the peace, $200 on office fur- ?
nliure in Liverpool and Loudon and Globe In?
surance Company; papers', ?tc, entire loss.
James Nagle, shoemaker, $200; no Insurance.
Kobort Yoicklandi, watchmaker and jeweller,
$600 Insurance; company not known. L. Ro?
omer, gas titter, ?tc, insurance about $1000;
IOSB partial. Recapitulation : Total losses
about $15,000; Insurance on stock actually
damaged $10,500; Insurance 00 buildings de?
stroyed $4000. Tue gas connection was sever?
ed during the progress of ihe fire, and a great?
er ponton ol ihe day a tremendous Jet from
the pines was burning, attracting considerable
attention, and causing speculation as to who
was to loot the bill.
THE NATIONAL SAHNQERFEST.
ST. LOOTS, June 10.
Senator Schurz and Governor Brown will
deliver speecnes of welcome to the societies
Irom abroad unending the Sseogertesf. Franz
Abt will be present. The fest begins on Wed?
nesday, and nearly ail the preparations are
ALABAMA FOR GREELET.
MONTGOMERY June 10.
The Montgomery County Democratic Con?
vention to-day adopted, by an altnoat unani?
mous vole, resolutions lavorable io the en?
dorsement by the Stale aud National Conven?
tion of ihe Cinclunail ticket. Like action bas
been taken in nearly every couuty of ihe Stale
in which meetings have been held.
THE RELEASE OF HOWARD DE?
NEW YORK, June 10.
The Herald's Madrid special says ihat Dr.
Howard's release is officially demanded; other?
wise, the Untied Stales Government will take
decisive action. The lusurreciiouury news
from Tarragona is alarming.
S.THE INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE.
LONDON, June 10.
The great boat race on ihe Thames took
place to-day. The steamers and barges on
the river were crowded as were the oaoks.
The police cleared the course, und there was
no obstruction. At C 20 P. M. Hie river was
free and everything ready lor a6tart. The
Atalantas chose the Surry side of the river.
Contrary to the expectation ihe contest wus
not close as the London crew won the race
easily, coming lo twenty lengths ahead. The
course was irom Mortlake to Putney. At first
it was Intended to row "up stream from Put?
ney to Mortlake.
THE FORCE BILL PASSED.
FULL TEXT OF TBE SEW LAW.
The Last Hoars of Congress-A Freak or |
Dr. Mary Walker.
WASHINGTON, June 10.
The conference committee upon the sundry
civil appropriation bill, as amended by adding
tbe enforcement bill, tailed to agree, and the
Democratic members withdrew. The re?
mainder of the committee then modified the
bill so that the application of ten citizens, In?
stead of two, should be necessary for securing
Federal supervision at any election. The ses?
sion of tbe House was prolonged ir oin hour to
hour, but eventually the force bill, to amend
the act approved February 28, 1871, passed in
the following terms :
That wnenever. in any county or parish in
any congressional district, lhere shall be ten
citizens thereof, of good standing, who, prior I
to any regiat ration of voters for aa election for
representation In Congress, or prior to any
election at which a representation In Congress
Is to be voted for, shall make koowa In writ?
ing to the Judge of Circuit Court of the United
Stales, for ihe district wherein such county or
parish ls situated, their desire to have said
registration or election both guaranteed and
scrutinized, it shall be the duly of said Judge
of the Circuit Court, within not less than ten
days prior to said registration or election, as
the case may be. to open ihe said court at ihe
mosi convenient point, in the said district, and
the raid cuurt, wheo BO opened by Bald Judge,
shall proceed to appoint a commissioner
from day to day and from time to lime, and
under the hand oi the said Judge and under
the seal of said courtfor such district or voting
precinct in said Congressional district, as j
shall In the name herein prescribed have been
applied for, aud to revoke, change or renew
said appointment irom lime to time, two cul
zens residents of said election district or vol-1
log precinct lu said county or parish who
shall be of different political parties und able |
to read and write thu English language, und
who shall oe known and designated as super?
visors of ?lection; and said court when open?
ed tty f-aid judge as required herein shall there?
from and thereafter, und up to and Including
ihe day following the day of the elecloo, be
always open for the transaction of business
under l his acr, and ihe powers and Jurisdiction
hereby granted and conferred shall be exer?
cised as well in vacation as In term time, und
a judge sluing at chambers shall have
the same rowers and jurisdiction, includ?
ing tbe power of keeping order aod ol
punishing any contempt of his authority,
as when silting ia the courts, and no person
shall be appointed under this act as supervi?
sor of election who ia not a voter of the
county, parish, election district or voting pre?
cinct for which he is appointed, and no person
snul i be appointed deputy marshal under Ibis
act, or the act of which this ls amendatory,
who ls not a qualified voter at me lime of Dis
appointment in the county, parish, district or
precinct In which hi? dulles are to be per?
formed; and section ihlfteen of the act of
which tuts ls un amendment shall be con?
strued to authorize and require the circuit
courts ot the United Stales In Bald section I
mentioned, to name and appoint as soon as |
may be alter the passage ot ibis act, the com?
missioners providde for In said section In all J
cases In which such appointments have not j
been made ia conformity therewith, and the
third section ot the act to which this ls an
amendment shall be taken anu construed to
authorize each of the judges of the Circuit
Courts of the United States to designate one
or more of the Judges of ihe district
courts within bis circuit to discbarge
the duties arising under this aa,
or the act to which this ls aa amendment, and
the words "Any person" In section i of the
act of May 31, 1870, shall be beld lo lo
fjude. auy_offljSfir_ ox. oi&tjr .,ftert-an having
1er under this or the act' ot which' this ls an [
amendment: Provided, further, That ihe su?
pervisors herein provided for shall have no
power to make arrests, but are authorized to
be In the immediate preeence of the officers
holding the election, and they are hereby
authorized to witness ail the proceedings, In
eluding the counung of the votes aud the
making of all the returns thereoi, as provided
in the act to which this ls un amendment. And
su much of said sum herein appropriated as
may be necessary tor said supplemental
aud amendatory provision, ls hereby appropri?
ated trom and utter the passage of this act.
The last hours of the session was spent In
getting through general miscellaneous mut
tors, principa.ly tor the benefit of clerks and
Dr. Mary E. Walker attempted to speak from
the speaker's chair In the House, to-day, dur?
ing the recess. The Capitol police squelched
A sharp passage occurred to-day wben
Speaker Blaine rebuked Bepreseutatlve Platt,
of Virginia, who accused Blaine of making a
false count. The House sustained Blaine, when
Platt apologized; whereupou Blaine regretted
that the unprecedented charge had provoked
him to say mat Platt was either grossly Igno?
rant or grossly disrespectful.
DISASTERS AT SEA.
PROVIDENCE, B. I., June 10.
The steamer Wilmington at this port, lrom
Philadelphia, reports on Sunday noon, off Bar
nezat, saw the steamer Fanny, ol New York,
laking cargo lrom au unknown schooner
alongside; afterwards saw her move to another
schooner and commence taking on board cargo
irom her. Tbe cteamer seemed lo have many
persons on board, both b ack and white.
SIPI'IXGS FROM PUNCB.
AN EARLY QUIBBLE.
George : "There. Aunt Mary I what do you
think ot that? I drew ihe horse and Ethel
drew the Jockey!" Aunt Mary: "H'm! But
what would mamma say to your drawing
jockeys ou a sunday ?" George : "Ah, but
look uere ! We've drawn him tiding to church,
you know !"
AS UNFAIR ADVANTAGE.
Teacher : "What bird did Noah send out of j
the ark ?" Smallest boy In tne class, after a j
pause: "Adove, sir." Teacher: "Very well.
But I should nave thought some ot you big
boya would have known that." Tall Pupil :
"Please, sir, that boy ought lo know, sir,
'cause his lainer's a bird-ketcher, slr !"
CIVILITY AND ADVICE.
Somebody finds this In the Guardian :
"Can a brother clergyman recommend, for I
a county rectory, a trustworthy homely couple
-wile as cook, ?.1K6. aod dairy; maa aroota,
gardener, and milk? Address, sta lug wa?
Mr. Punch ls ever courteous. He resembles j
the gentleman lu Broad Grins, who was found
one night pulling violently at an apothecary's
door-beli (having DO business with that medi?
cal person) and who handsomely excused him- ]
" 'Tis time for bed, and I was hastening to P,
Bat when yon write up 'please io ring the bell,'
Common politeness makes ILB t top and do it."
He is not a brother clergyman, save In the j
sense that he is a "learned clerk," but he an?
swers the advertisement by eluting mat he
cannot recommend anybody of the sort re?
quired. But lie caa recommend the reverend
advertiser to procure a Lindley Murray, and
co study the same, and men be will not call
a respectable woman a bake, or ber busband
BOTANICAL CRACE JAW.
Says the Times' notice of the Howers at the
Crystal Palace : "Tbe specimens of sarracenia
drummondlalia. ot the Imantopyllum mlula
tum, of the cyanophyllnm maguiflcum, of the
sarracenia drummonoiflu vu, and ol Ihe sphffi
rogyne laCifulla call for disiluct notice." And
they shall not call in vain, and the distinct no?
tice Punch gives them ls that they are sesqui?
pedalian kusses. We Bhail have the really love?
ly flowers, the tali les of the old creation, cry?
ing out lor new irtles next. Who remembers,
or'rather who forgais Barry Cornwall's weav- j
er's song, " 'Hs BeCW?r to Sing than Grieve V j
Come hhew ns the rose with Its hundred dfes
The my without a blot,
The ? toter, <ieep as your tine love's eyes,
And the little forget me not.
Are we to have this rewritten in thetfollowlng
The Rosa deschenbaultlana, come, show us,
Tits Ulintn aep.-disjibi-, white,
Witn the Viola rannncullfolia endow ua,
And the wee Myaotisjpalustrls hight.
THE ESC APIS OF HEM BRICKS.
Judge Erskine Refuges the Motion far
an Appeal and Releases, the Prisoner.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THK NEWS.]
ATLANTA, Monday, Jone 10.
In the United States Court this morning;
Judge Erskine decided that there could be no
appeal to the Supreme Court In Ibe case of H.
W. Hendricks, and the court, therefore, or?
dered and adjudged that the original Judg?
ment, discharging Hendricks npon the pay?
ment of costs, remains In force as the Judg?
ment of the court.
(tonis gay Quits._
COPPICE OP COUNTY -AUDITOS
CHARLESTON COUNTY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MAT, 17,1871-The attention of Delinquent Tax?
payers ls ri specifuHy invited g> part of Section
4thof "An Act io amend an Act entitled an Aot
providing for the Assessment and Taxation er
Property," passed september is, ?ses, and all
Acts amendatory thereto. Approved March 12
SEC. 4 That all lands and real estate within
this State, whereupon, or in respect whereof, any
sum of money remains due or payable after the
saie provided for lu section 15, chapter 18, title 8.
or general si at u tes, or which are liable to be sold
for, or on account of, any tax laid by or nnder
tho authority of this State for Mate or County
pu>poses, in accordance with the provisions of
eltner or the si-veral sets, for the purpose of as?
sessing ano levying taxes for the support of the
Government of the Stato. and of the several coun?
ties hereof, passed lu the years 1868, i860, 1870
and 1871. shall be exposed to sale, and Bold for
the payment of such taxes, and all penalties
costs snd ch arses thereon accrued, on the first
Ulinda; in June. 1872, and from day to day there
after. Sundays o ul y excepted, until the whole
thereo'shall be sold, at the place or plies-, on
the terms aud In the manner hereinafter provi?
ded; each sale snail be by the County Treasurer of
each county, at the county seat, wno shall expose
and offer thu said lauds at .pcollc sale, to be sold
and conveyed in fee simple without the right of
redemption, for the payment thereof; and the
Conn ty audi 'or shall cxecntc a warranty deed to
The following property will be sold at the Fire
Prc of Building, ?orner of Meeting and Chalmers
streets, THIS DAY, June llth, 1872, at 12 A. M., at
public outcry, and will continue from day to day
Izird, Samuel, 1870. Pot ter's ct, noose and Lot.
Jackson, Wm, Est wife and cmidreu, isas, i860,
1870,1871, 6 Alxen st, House and Lot.
Jeffords, James, 1870, Pmokney st. Vacant Lot.
Jeffords, H M, 1868, 1869, 1870, 82 America st,
House and Lot.
Johnson, Thomas A and H J, 1670, President st,
House and Lot.
Johnson, Rachel, 1870, 53 Line Et. House and Lot.
Johnson, Edward, 1870, Rose lane. Building.
Jones, F M and brother, 187u, 1871, calhoun st,
Jones, W A, 1863, I860,1870, Poinsett sr, Fuildtntr.
Joars. James a, 1870, ll Franklin sr, Home and
Jud ah,'John, 1870, 1871, 6 America st, Hons? and
Karman ny, John, 1870, '1871, 661 and 663 King st,
U ase asrt Lot.
Kassau, D, 1870, 1 Drake st, H rinse and Lot.
Kassau, D. 1870,2 Am he-st st. House and Lot.
Kassan. D, 1870, 4 Amherst nt. lieus J and Lot.
Kennedy, Mary A J, 1868, 1870, IIB Trodd st. Va-.
Klines, John, 1870,1671, 71 Coming st, House and
Kruser. Sarah E, Est, 1870, 20 c. ming at, House
Lacoste, J O. 1868, I860, 1870, 1871, 6 Montagu: st,
House and Lor.
Laareace, John, 1868, I860, 1870, Hargrove's ct,
House and Lot.
Laurence, wm, 1869,1870, Park st, Honse and Lot.
Lee A Borneinao, 1868, 1869, 1870, Meeting st,
Lee, Hrs F D, 1870,1871, 25 Alexander a', Vacant
Levy. L, 1S6S, 1869, 1870. Amherst st. Vacant Lot.
Ling. Mrs M, In Trost, 1870,4 Cooper's ct, Honse
UUSM?JL tBjgo*c**l*tt .
Lockwood, R B, EBt, I860, 1870, 8 Atlantic st,
Boase ami Lot.
Lutjeo, John, 1870. 22 Queen st, House and Lot.
Macbeth. E W. Agt, 1869,1870, Honse and Lot, 89
Macb tn, E W. Agt, 1869,1670,1871, House and Lot,
80 South Bay.
Macfarlau, Est A, 1870, House and Lot, 2 Lad
Hadar?an, Est A, 1870, House and Lot, 24 King st.
Macfarlau. Est A. 1870, Home and Lot, 26 King st.
Madseu. C, I860,1870, House and LOL 8 Weat st.
Main, A R, Est, 1863,186 i, 1870,1871, Vacant Lot, 74
M annan. Ellen, Est. 1868, ?609, 1870, Vacant Lot,
2 wall sr,
Marshall. Ellen, Est, 1898, 1869,1870, Vacant Lot,
Marsh, Ann H, Est, I860, 1370, Vacant Lot, 142
Q leen at.
Marchant, P J, 1869,1870, House and Lot, Laurel
Mazyck, Alexander, 1870, Honse and Lot, 13
franklin sti eer.
Maho n y. ann O. Vacant Lot, Ashton Court.
Miu?leton, Mrs .hos, 1869, 1870, ?loase and Lot, 6
Miller. L D. Trust Fstate, 1863, 1869, 1870, House
aud Lot, loo East Bay. .
MU er, z. 1809, 1870,1871. Vacant Lot, 265 East Bay
Milch. Thomas, 1870, Vacant Lot. short st.
Miali aw, Estate KebiCCi, 1870,1871, House and Lot,
.I'iyi NaSSaU 3'.
Montg me ty A, 1869,1870,1871, Honse and Lot, 31
oe orge at.
Morehead. Est J, 1870, Honse and Lot, 20 Ma
ay ck st
Mordecai, Benjamin, 1870, 1871, Vacant Lot, 80
Morrow, A, 1870, House and Lot, Coming st.
Motte, Jacob D, Trustee, 1870, Home and Lot,
Mullen, Mrs Bose, 1870, Honse and Lot, 29 Queen
Munday, Estate J D, 1870, House and Lot, Grove
Muri^PiJos F, 1868, 1889, 1870, Vacant Lot,
Mulcahy, Thos, 1869,1870, Vagant; Lot, Cannon's
Myers. 0,1870, House and Lot, 178 Meeting st.
McCarthy, D L, ld69, 187u, 1871, 27 EUlott st, House
Hccsrtny, D L, 1E69, 1870, 1871, 7 Bedon's aUey,
H ume and Lot.
McCormick, Jane, 1870, 8 Plnckney st, Vacant
McCarey, Est D E. 1870,142 King st, Vacant Lot.
McCa ey, Est D E. 1870,263 King st, House and
McCarey, Est D E, 1870, 802 King st, House and
McCormick, Miss Ellen, 1870, 218 Meeting st,
House u nd Lot.
McGinn. Mrs M, 1870, Amherst aid Nassan ats,
Honse and Lot.
Mclnuertmey, T, 1B70, 8 Drake st, Honse and
McKay, Hugh, Trastee, 1870, Anson st, Honse and
McKay, Eat D L, 1869,1870,21 Charlotte at, Vacant
McMillan, WB, 1870, 6 Laurens er. Building.
McMillan, Mrs, I860, 1870, 21 Amherst st, Honse
McNeill, Mrs M. 1870.1871, Savage st, Vacant Lot.
McNeill. Mrs C, 1803, 1869, 1870, CarrlereM ct,
McPherson, Mrs M A, 1869, 1870, 291 ?.East Bay, >?
Interest, House and Lot.
McPherson, Mrs u, 1870, 1871, 291 Fast Bay, X ut?
terest, House and Lot.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,.
junll _County Auditor.
JHiUiiteiB, Strain ?coos, Ut.
PRING OPENING I
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 804 KINO STBEET,
WIU open TBIS DAT an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Made Snits. . '
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMORBSTS PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and .
DRESS-MAKING la ali its branches.
Country orders wlU receive prompt attention,
^SB-THE "DOLLAR REWARD SOAP"
washes with Hot, Cold, Hard, Soft or Salt Water.
COWIE, MOISE A DAVIS. Agents
- . '_charleston, 8.0.
'j** A STRONG APPLICATION OF
the DOLLAR REWARD SOAP, cores Prickly hear
and all similar eruptions, and Instan tly alleviates
he bite of Mosquitos, Fleas, Bed-bugs, Ac, Ac
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents, Chai les ton, S. 0.
? egal Notices.
mSE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
J. CO?NTT OP OHARI.ESTON-Ooort op Com
moa Pleas.-WM. M. LA WTO V, Plaintiff, against
8. J. AUSTIN. S. L. ANDREWS, GfcOR?B O.
KtNNEDY and R. A. KENNEDY, serviWng part?
ners or tue firm or AUSTIN, .ANDREWS A COM?
ToS. J AUSTIN, S. L. ANTRE WS. GEORGE 0.
KKNNEDY and R. A. KENNEDY, Defendants In
thu action: Yon are hereby summoned ?nd re
qnlred to answer the complaint In this action, of
which a copy ls herewith served apon yon.-and to
serve a copy of y onr answer on the subscribers,
at their office, No. 80 Broad street, City or
Charleston, within twenty days after th? service
of tnis summons on yon, exclusive of the day of
aervice. If yon fail to auBWrr thia complaint
wltmn the time aforesaid the Plaintiff ?-IU tace
Judgment against yon for the sum of Ave bon*
/ired and Hf y-slxMOO dollars, wltb Interes at the
rate of twelve per cont, per annum from tho
fourteenth day of January, one thousand, 'eight
hundred and sixty, and coats.
Dated at Charleston, Jane 8.1873.
OHI?OLM A WHALEY,
Pia m uti 'a Attorneys.
To the Defendnnts, 3. J. AUSTIN, S. L. AN?
DREWS, GEORGE G KENNEDY and R. A. K N
N i- DY: Take notice that the ?nmmons in thia
action, of which the foregoing ls a copy with
complaint annexed, was Died in the office of the
der* or the court of Common Pleaa, at Charles?
ton, In the ouniyor Charleston, and Mat? of
South Carolina, on the 8r.h day or June. 187J.
0U1S0LMA ?HALEY. * '
Orna** Oqerauai?, ?t.
JJ ARE OPPORTUNITY.
Desiring to retire from business, I offer my
stock of DrtCJOs, Medicines, Paints. Oils, Glass,
Ac, together with nxtures and accounts, tor sale.
My retail trade is among the largest ia the city,
competent sud polite ci-rts w li romain with Ute
purchaser, for further particulars, address Im?
mediacy, ROBT. H. fATKM.
Jun io- .* Savannah; Ga..
PH A N T OM.
The best Beautifier of the Complexion In. the
Harket. .Ladles try it, yon will find lt BO. Sample
Packages of THIS NSW ANO BEAOTIJOXFAC* POW?
DER, Lee by all druggists. BOWIE, MOISE.A
DAVIS, Wholesale Agenta, charleston, S. a
JJRUGS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BABB, NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of bis own Manniaotnre:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
This ls the beat Medicine for Infanta and yoong
Children ever offerel to the publia. It ls care
folly prep ired f om the best Drugs according to
a prescription farnlaued by a distinguish A uer*
man Physician of larne and successfnl practice,
and has been tried and approved by m inj of onr
best p ny sid an a. lt ls specially adapte J to the
disease* iucideut to childhood donn.* the trying
period of Teething and recommends w.f for the
care or Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Griping In
the Bowels, Summer Complaint, Ac. It contains
no Anodyne or other injurious Drag, and ahoaid,
therefore, bs preferred to the coothing Byrons
that now flood the nurket, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, there ore, more or lan
Injurious. Thousands of children are murdered
anu natty by soothing Syrups; in some cases, this
fact has been published in the newspapers, where
the physician in attendance so stated tn uta dears,
certificate, in the numerous other cases, where
the Innocenta are wardered by thia modern
j Herod ol the Nursery, the cause ls laid to athena
rZXt?iriflra, 0?*r^bT?Tri'ullU'<J','?ha' use Che BSSftB
Soothing Cordial, which ls safe, efficient and
I satisfactory. Do n ot rai t to rrj A bottle at once I
; The Scorning cordial ls also an excellent Tunic,
admirably adapted in cases or Debility-riving
toue to the system, recuperating, the strength,
and re-torlng the appetite.
Price 26 cents a bottle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
Thia ls no Dye, but a Ton<o and Hair Dressing
keeps toe scalp clean, and, promotes th? growth
of the Hair; contains no Nitrate o* silver, no Sal
?har, no Sugar or Lead, and no other Injurious
rug. Try it. Only 60 cents a bottle.
DR.' BIER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Fills confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skilful com.
blnatlon of vegeiable remedies, in pro lacing a
preparation that will oiing health and napplueaa
to me unfortunate sufferer, in the following dla?
eases, they have beeu used by thoaaaods with,
most wonderful success: Bdious Disorder- and
Liver Co i n ni .int. Dyspepsia or Indigo .tion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Lues of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery. Piles, -Dtsea-eo of the- .-kin, '
Pain tn the Side, Back and Lim us, (Lek Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
any person and tn ali situations in life. No family
Bhouid be without them.
Price 26 cents a box.
(DOL'BLB-JJLS TILLS D,J
For Cleaning Clothes and taking ont Grease Spots.
Price 25 cents a box.
A tl eral discount to the trade on au the above
Dr. BAER is Agent for the sale of
The best Instrument of the t ind in ase.
NAT TAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(Advertised In another part ef Tn N rws. y
PROF. WTJNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma, Ac, Ac
W. R WARNER Sr GO.'S ELEGANT ABD
(Advertised In another part of TH s Ns wa. )
These preparations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are dally gaining in
favor at the sooth, whUe, tn the Nortn and West,
they have for some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale. The following are some
of the best known:
Comp. Extract Of CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxy mel, for cough, Ac
Strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Ethereal Phosphorus, (for We&kncU, Hem Bx
hans Sun. Impotence Ac)
Amaranth for the Hair.
Viciorla Regla ior the Complexion.
May-apple Pills. -
??lanthoB Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac) '
Pile Extract. ?, .
Always on hand a full assortment of Drugs,
Medicine', Chemicals, Pate at Medlctaes-Dom ta?
ue and imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
allot which wm oe sold at lowrat market ratea.
Sample orders solicited front tbe trade
A full assortment always on hand.
The Great South American cancer Remedy.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Ja Ht received, a large supply of the above. Eaoh
bottle contains four pouada of tbe best Beef, ex?
clusive or fat; can be used with cod or warm
water; also can be taken with CodUver Oil, sad
destroys th" taate of the Oil.
Toe only food for delicate children.
This ls much superior to the "Extract of Beef,"
heretofore offered to the public as wul be found
upon trial. For sale by . Dr. B. BAB?,
Jon? Nc 181 Meeting street.
nn H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER * WILSO?
THE BEST IS THE ?S^Z^
We are now selling ^XenWT
on Ten Dollar monthly jgSSSprotnptTy.
AMM^M&Sni^? MANOLO CO.,
WHEELER* No 209 KlngBtrtet.