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No. H9 East Bay, Charleston, s. 0.
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1372.
j0> Ur. WTT.T.TAM- E. Bora ONS, Jr., la the
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NEWS OF THE HAY.
-Gold closed on Saturday at 13,al4.
_In New York cotton closed active and in
good export demand; uplands 26\ cents.
_A vigilance committee has been formed In
Western New York to punish Incendiaries.
-DA Liverpool cotton closed quiet but
steady ; uplands ll jallAd., Orleans ll jd.; sales |
-A severe tornado swept over'New York
and Brooklyn on Friday; doing much damage.
-The amount involved in the suit against j
Jay Gould brought by the attorney general of |
New York ls sixty million dollars.
-Hon. B. H. Hill, of Georgia, made al
speech In Atlanta on Friday, toking 8trong
ground in favor of Greeley and Brown.
-In the Ballimore Democratic Convention,
last Thursday, the Greeley men succeeded In
electing their favorites to the State Conven?
-There is said to be a remarkable increase
In the number of snfferers from paralysis In
Sap Francisco, which is attributed to mental
anxiety, caused by speculation or the desire
to obtain wealth rapidly.
-In the United States Court, at Moni gome- j
ry. Ala., on Saturday, Judge Busteed con?
firmed tbo sale ot the Alabama and Chattanoo?
ga Railroad, and issued an order to the as?
signees in bankruptcy to deliver the rood to
the State authorities.
-The authorities of California have engaged
a professional arboriculturist, at a salary of
fifteen thousand per year, to attend to the set?
ting ont of forest trees la difiere ut parts of the
State. They never did a wiser thing. Trees
should be judiciously distributed everywhere
-on the mountain side, in tbe fields, along
country roads, in front of city residences, In
parks and gardens; everywhere some, nowhere
-The Albany (N. Y.) Times announces that
Dexter Reynolds, Esq., a prominent member
of the Albany bar, has Invented a type-setting
complete successT^'type lounaers in Boston,
New York and Philadelphia, has been sold for ?
$1,000,000 to a combination of New York capi?
talists. The machine ls said to be exceedingly
simple in construction and easy of operation,
with capacity, of setting 2000 ems per hour.
Thia ia about the equivalent of four average
compositors. Other type-setting machines, lt
should be stated, have been invented, proving
only partially successful, and impracticable In
com potion with the machinery ol nature.
-The burial casket In which the remains of |
the late James Gordon Bennett were encased
was made in Rochester, New York, and was j
nearly square in shape, and constructed of a j
peculiar wood, which lasts for many years.
The side panels were covered with costly
Lyons silk velvet, and the eight handles were
ota new design, made expressly for the occa?
sion. The lid, which consisted of two panels |
of French crystal plate glass, covered, when
required, by two black silk velvet caps, was
hung on silver hinges and fastened witb two
silver looks. The entire casket was mounted
In a massive framework of silver moulding of |
chaste design, bolted and made fast in such
manner that it cannot fall apart The inside |
was upholstered and decorated In white silk,
satin and Venetian lace.
-Advices from New Orleans announce the
death of General Daniel W. Adams, a promi?
nent Citizen of that city. General Adams was
a Mississippian by birth, and served with gal?
lantry and distinction on the Confederate aide
during. the late civil war, as also did his
brother, General Wirt Adams. He command?
ed a brigade in General Bragg's army, and
waa badly wounded at Shiloh and again ih"|
East Tennessee toward the close of the war.
Since the war General Adams has resided in
New Orleans, where he was universally es?
teemed. Only last. Tuesday he was elected
chairman ol the combined executive commit?
tees of the supporters of Greeley and Brown
-A telegram report from Bombay to the
New York Herald, by cable, brings later news j
.rom Dr. Livingstone. The dispatch tells us j
something of the result of Livingstone's ex?
plorations during the many years of his ab
-flB?ioe from the Christian civilizations. The J
aged traveller had placed his letters In the
Hands of the commander of the Herald expe?
ditionary corps for transmission to England.
Mr. Stanley was on his way to the seacoast,
carrying the precious charge. He was. at I
Ug?go, en route, at the latest date. Dr. Uv-1
lngstone was not with him. He refuses to
leave Africa, and has now gone to traverse a j
great underground path. He tells us that he
has been convinced from the riparian dis?
charge of the JSusjl Elver that the Tangau
yieka Is not connected with the Nile. Dr.
Livingstone was in good health,
-Old Borneo, the elephant, whose doing to
death by the murderous hands of science hos
been recorded, now Hes in state'to be embalm?
ed for the benefit of the cause which killed
him. His career had been an eventful one,
though stamped on the pages of history only
for the past twenty-five years, the fifty years
previous being spent in roaming around the !
Jangga of Ceylon at his own sweet will, which
since lila Introduction to civilized society he
has exercised unpleasantly often. When in
Eastern service he dispatched nearly a regi?
ment of slaves before he could be persuaded
to march on State occasions according to the
dictates of a Christian conscience, and when i
lox very necessity on account of his uncon- i
qnerable pride and arrogance be was shipped
to England, thence to Canada, and finally
brought np in the State of Wisconsin, he
caused more consternation and material dam?
age in the last named Commonwealth than tbe
worst tornado that ever ran a-muck through
the West. His likes and dislikes were intense
and pronounced, and the sight of his owner,
Mr. Forepaugh, drove him lato a lury; but his
affection was strong fora little negro boy, who
probably reminded him of Ceylon and life's
morning when he was body and spirit iree
The other animals in the menagerie seemed
to realize their monarch's departure, and in?
dulged through the first day of his death
almost human walls.
It is a sad fact that respectability does
not insure a man against folly. It is a fact
still more sad that respectability and sense
combined do not -always stay combined.
They separate-respectability remains, but
the sense departs, or the sense may, in great
part, remain, but in some one vital particu?
lar be wanting.
Take the New York Evening Post for ex?
ample. No more respectable paper is pub?
lished in this country. Its ability is above
the average, its decency worthy or high
praise, and its E-ji vice in the cause of Libe?
ralism, up to the time o? Greeley's nomina?
tion, was exceedingly valuable. A friend
of the South and of constitutional govern?
ment, a foe to corruption, nepetism and
protection, it fought a good fight np to the
date of the Cincinnati Convention. Of a
sudden all was changed. Because an oppo?
nent of free trade was pot in nomination,
is willing to for??t all it has done and
taught in the past tid by supporting Grant,
I os it will unquestionably do, lend its whole
I strength to a faction, which, according to
I its own reputed showing, has for its sole ob
Iject plunder and the destruction of the
1 public liberties.
As if every reform must not have a begin?
ning. As If every chango in governmental
I policy could be wrought in full and at a
blow. As if free trade were not a minor
question compared with the salus populi.
The Post ought to know something of the
history of English politios if not of our own.
It must have heard of the repeal of the
Corn law, of the removal of Catholic and
j other disabilities. The Post has been a
consistent enemy of slavery, and it is surely
familiar with the slow steps which led to the
overthrow of that institution in this conn
try and in England. Because Rome was
not built in a day, shall we, therefore, re?
fuse to lay tho corner-stone of any edifice
however humble ? Because Greeley is not a
i free trader, mast we needs have GraDt, who
' is not only not a free trader bat a tyrant to
boot? Ia substituting Greeley for Grant,
the Post might see the first step, and a long
one, towards the reformation of our entire
policy in all matters domestic and foreign.
This, indeed, is the condition precedent to
any reform whatsoever. Bat the Post is
wilfully blind. It refuses to see anything
but free trada That wanting, it consents
to any atrocity which an administration,
proved to be rotten to its very core, may
choose to inflict upon aa outraged and
afflicted country. And although the Post
may not support Grant actively, but content j
itself with the parrot cry of free trade, its
I opposition to Greeley will tend to the elec?
tion of Grant, and all the follies and crimes
that will inevitably follow that electioa.
THE CHEEK of the Savannah News is re?
freshing? That loquacious sheet doubts the
propriety of this State sending ?f>\o.oj\tfiti.to
i ti tr DOTI un tn-? uonvennon. Wily? Because
there is not the remotest probability of
Sooth Carolina being carried against Grant 1
This is new doctrine. Tho "Palmetto
"State" has the same right to representation
that Maine, Massachusetts and Iowa have.
It is evidently the idea of our Savannah
neighbor that no State should have a voice
in Baltimore which is not a chronic Ste
phens-shrleker. That sort of thing might
do for the fossils of the post-pleiocene
period, but it will not snit the living pro?
gressive ideas of to-day.
THE SAVANNAH News is disgusted with
the South Carolina Democrats, because, ac?
cording to its "notion," the endorsement of
Horace Greeley is a novel way of perpetu?
ating the integrity of the Democratic party
in this State. It is only a notion after all.
DOWD this way the Democrats do not pro?
fess to be pnrer and more consistent than
Horatio Seymour, George H. Pendleton,
August Belmont and their like. That is
left to the Savanna'- News.
Tile Late William K. Haskell.
Mr. William E. Haskell, for many years the
cashier of the Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
of Charleston, died on Saturday afternoon,
after an illness of less than twenty-four hours.
Apparently In robust health, he was attacked
on Friday night by congestion of the lungs,
and breathed his (aston the following after?
noon, in the sixty-seventh year of his age.
The life of Mr. Haskell was uneventful la
its calm purity, spotless, Integrity and.e irnest
devotion to the duties of his station. . \ cheer?
ful, honorable, cultivated Chrlsliai gen?
tleman, he was idolized by his family,
and respected and admired by bis
every friend and acquaintance. In the walks
of commercial life his place will be hard to
fl IL To those to whom be was nearest and
dearest, his death is a grief almost too sharp
for endurance. A inore upright citizen, a
more patriotic son, Charleston has not known.
The funeral services of Mr. Haskell were per?
formed at st. John's Lutheran Church yester?
day afternoon by the Rev. T. W. Dosh, assist?
ed by the Rev. W. S. Bowman and the Rev.
John H. Honour; and the remains of the de?
ceased were afterwards interred in the family
vault in St. Paul's churchyard. The crowded
church and the host of saddened faces bore
eloquent witness to the high regard In which
Mr. Haskell was held.
ALBERT LDNEL. A Novel. By the late Lord
Brougham. New Yorki Harper & Brothers.
The posthumous appearance of Lord
Brougham as a novelist will naturally create
some sensation In the world of letters. "Al?
bert Lunel,"we are told, was written and
printed twenty-eight years ago, but for private
reasons the edition was suppressed by the
author. Its publication now will hardly add j,
to bis fame. If tbe book should be widely | t
read, lt will be rather as a literary curiosity
than because of Ks Intrinsic merit. Lord
Brougham merely uses the plot of his dull and
incongruous story os a framework on which
to display his peculiarly bitter views on the
social, religious and political questions which
?>ur grandfathers used to discuss. The char?
acters are simply so many stiff and unnatural
Puppets which are made to argue the topics
introduced to a conclusion which satisfies the
author, and ought, in his opinion, to Batlsiv .
everybody else. Whenever In the novel the | C
attempt is made to exchange the ponderous
style oi the political essayist for the lively
rein oi romance, the result is an awkward
and grotesque failure, which we can liken to
nothing but an attempt of an elephant to
dance upon the tightrope. Ordinary readers
of fiction will vote "Albert Lunel" a bore
while every thinker, who is not himself
astraddle of Lord Brougham's hobbles, will
call lt something Infinitely worse.
LORD KiLaoBBiN. A Novel. By Charles Lever.
Illustrated. New York: Harper & Brothers.
A strange, pathetic interest attaches to this,
the last novel of the genial author ol Charles
O'Malley, written, as he himself tells us, "in
''breaking health and broken spirits," and the
completion of which was destined to be so
speedily followed by his death. "Lord Kil
"gobbloTn though lacking In the rollicking
humor, the abounding adventure and the
military dash which have steadily maintained
the popularity of Lever's best known works
for the last thirty years, Is, In some respects,
his masterpiece. It ls a love Btory ol the Ire?
land of to-day; its characters, if less strongly
marked than the heroes and heroines ol'
"Harry Lorrequer" and Jack Hinton," are
drawn with the finish, delicacy and care born
of mature genius, and the author, tpough time
may have mellowed the exuberance of his
spirits, evidently never lost the secret of en?
listing the unflagging interest of his reader.
But lt Is chiefly as a faithful and pleasant pic?
ture of Irish manners, 80Cletyand politics at
the present day that "Lord Kilgobbln" will be
read and admired.
These books are for sale at Fogartie's De?
pository, King street.
do the debilitated and feeble dread the summer 1
It la because heat Is an exhausting element, and
they are not lu a condition to bear the new drain
upon their languid systems, whloh they think
mast necessarily commence with the warm
weather. Bnt cannot this evil be obviated f Host
ndnbltably lt can. What these weakenings
need-In fact, what nine-tenths of us need at this
season-ls an accession of physical vigor, and this
desideratum can be secured, with absolute cer?
tainty, by a coarse or the mightiest, yet mildest,
or all vegetable t?nica, HOSTETER'S STOMACH
Thousands of men of business, mechanics and
professional men, break down, partially or wholly,
under ?heir sommer labors, simply because they
have neglected to reinforce the powers of nature
lu this way. To persons who use the celebrated
inv(gorant and corrective regularly In hot weath?
er, the exhaustion which excessive heat 1B apt to
prodnce under olher circumstances la unknown.
TLey are not troubled wllh nausea, their appetites
arc good, their digestion excellent and their habit
of body all that can be desired. ? his for twenty
years has been the uniform testimony of all who
have taken the Bitters as a summer tonio and
alterative, its efficacy ls due to the care and
scrupulous fl Jellly, to the teachings of experi?
mental science, with which Its medicinal Ingredi?
ents have been cul ed from tho vegetable king?
dom, tho admirable proportions in which they
are combined and the unequalled purity of Ita
stimulative basts. Junl7-mwf3
on UNENCUMBERED REAL ESTATE In Charles?
ton. THEODORE STONEY.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.President.
ASSETS January 1st, 1872..$1,241,017 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston or thc above Company,
with the right to take risks In any portion or
South Carelina, would invite the attention or his
friends and the pabilo generally to a few argu- j
menta In its favor, it ls a
PURELY SOUTHERN COMPANY*,
and invests all its accumulations at the south.
IrtB ably managed and bas alargo capital. It
does business on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates as low aa any other Bound Company
In the Country.
Call at my office and allow me to show you the
long Hst of Policyholders, which ls the best evi?
dence of Btrength In a Company.
Agent roi- Charleston, 8. 0.,
No. Si Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
apr 16_th Atlantic Wharf.
/TRXC E ^?HUR^^?N??STRLAL'
VX SOHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day or each week, at the Depository, Chalmers
iDatctjfs, Jeweirp, fft.
gALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 665 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the Baie of their Immense stock of
. JEWELRY and
luring the summer months. All goods will be
sold wlthont reserve, at a great reduction, to
lose the bnnlness. _Junio
p A VI L ION H^O?ET^
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
O. T. AL FOR D & CO.,
ra ay ii R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Kapartnersrjipo ano fPissolstions.
existing under the firm of T. D. CLANCY A
3o. ls dissolved by the death of Mr. T. D. CLANCY.
Ail persona Indebted to said Arm will make
my merit to Mr. W. B. HERIOT, who Is authorized
0 settle the affairs or the Copartnership.
it. w. LOCKWOOD.
Survivor or T. D. Clancy & Co.
L. G RON INO having purchased the Stock of T.
?. CLANCY A CO., we take pleasure tn recom
neodlng bim to the patronage or the late Omi
DISSOLUTION .-THE FIBM OF
COHEN HANCKBL Se CO. ls this day dis?
olved by Its own limitation. Either Partnc- will
Iga In liquidation. CHARLES F. HANOKEL,
Charleston, S. C., June 13,1872.
1 will carry on the Business In my own name,
md trust that the friends of the late arm will con?
rane to me their support and confidence.
In retiring, I beg to recommend Mr. JOSEPH
/'OBEN to the kindness and confidence of my
rtends. Until further notice I will be found at
ls office. CHARLES F. HANCKEL.
PTILMETTO GTMRD^RIFLE CLUB
Attend an Extra Meeting at Archer's Hall,
I THIS EVENING, ot haif-past 8 o'clock precisely.
Business of importance lu reference to the Anni
I versary Parade will be presented, and a mil at?
tendance ts required. 0"o(Hant
By order C. R. HOL-BS, Prestd???^?^
j nillT _secretary and Treasurer.
TRISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB -
1 Attend the Regular Meeting(0 yourClub
.TTJ RVKNINO the llth. instant, at Hibernian
SS at 8 o'cfock.heMembers will please be pane
tuai and come prepared to pay arrears.
By order of the jg^ ^ JJL'RRAV,
Janl7_Secretary I. V. R. 0.
A" TTENTION, WASHINGTON LIGHT
INFANTRY RIFLE CLUB I-Attend an Ex
Jnnll Secretary W. L. I. Rlfla Olnb.
CiUMTER RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND REG
the 17th instant, at 8 o'clock.
Refreshments after Meeting^ ?
jmjjY secretary and Treasurer.
/CAROLINA INDEPENDENT BOAT
ly CLUB-Attend the Anni verHary Meeting of
your Club, Tins EVKNINO, at half past 7 o'clock.
Members will come prepared to payr Arrears
B. J. JUtVLiANU, JR., ,
junl7 secretary and Treasurer.
Girl who ls willing to make herself nse
I fai. Good wages paid. Apply No. io Aikcu's
WANTED, A YOUNG GIRL TO MIND
Children and do Housework. Apply in
Caiuoun street, two doors west of Rottedge.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO.COOK AND
do general Boasework. Apply at north
corner Amherst and Bay streets, Hampstead.
WANTED, A COMPETENT LAUN?
DRESS, with good references. Apply at
No. 27 Rutledge avenne, opposite Morris street.
WANTED, A HOUSEMAID. APPLY
at No. 6 East Battery. Recommendations
required._ _Junis 2*
WANTED, A COMPETENT MAN
Servant. Good recommendations re?
quired. Must live on the lou Apply at No. '.c
Kut.eilge street, at io A. M._Janis 3
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN,
without incumbrauces, to wajh and make
herself generally useful. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply at Marshall's Wharf._jnni3
W"?NTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
House. Purchase money to be paid In
I monthly instalments. Address "Desire," at Nsws
ACOLORED WOMAN, WITH ONE
child, wants to get a situation In the
country to do the washing or general housework
of a family. Adlress Lydia, Nsws office,
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
Industrious LAD, with an ordinary
knowledge of- arithmetic, to assist In keeping a
Country ?store on Kdisto Islaud. Wages irom
18 to flo per munni, besides board and waah
Ing. Address 8., olllce of I*HB NB wa. Jania
XT/ANTED, A WL1ITE WOMAN, TO
Ty cook and wash fora small family. None
need apply unless wei! recommended. Inquire at
No. 140 Wentworth street, next west of Rutledge
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part of the olty. Address "Q," at thia office, stat
lng location, terms, Ac._reba
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Mewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 265 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L BIoSELL._j an 1'?-a mos
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues Joint
Life Policies, lasnrlng the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for la paid to the surviving party.
plan. EBEN COFFIN, AgentpNo. 31 Broad street.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or 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 the country, can
teach French, Latin, Oreek, Plano and the other
braderies of a good ednoatlon. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress 0. D. V., at the ct?'.:; of this paper,
toBt ana Sauna.
LOST, L^S?i^? LARGE BED SET?
TER DOG-answers to the name of Bob. A
reward la offered. JULIUS M. RHETT. Jnnl7-6
LOST LAST SATURDAY, A WHITE
and brindled bun slut PUP, abont three
muntbs old. A reward wilt be paid for her retnrn
to Pavilion Hotel stables._JunTJ-1?
LOST, ON THE 16TU OF MAY, A BLACK
BULL PUP; one half of head white; fore feet
.nu bred si also white. Ten dollars reward will bc
given for her If left at Stoll No. 16, Small Meit
Market. APRIL DELANY._J uni 7-2?
FOUND, A PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES
Gold Frame. Tho owner can have the
same, by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply at NEWS ofUce. Jun3
FOR SALE,TA~SECOND-HAND BIL?
LIARD TABLE. Apply to CW. wiecklng,
VEGETABLE BOXES.-FOR SALE TO
close invoice, Material tor about 700
Boxes of best quality and preparation. PINCH. -
NEY BROTHERS, North Atlantic Wharf.
MULES AND HORSES.-THIRTY
head No. l saddle and Draft HORSES,
wan a lot of Al MULES, Just arrived at Mills
House Stables, and for sale for CASH, or city ac
ceptance. R. GRAHAM & 00._Jnnis-s
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
L UNS FORD. Smith street, north of Wentworth.
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
portion of a delightfully situated DWEL?
LING on the Front Beach. Ample room for a
small family and servants. For further particn
lara apply at tliU office._Jnul7-1?
FOR RENT, COOL ROOMS, WITH CIS?
TERN WATER, from $3 to $6. Apply at
ARCHER'S Wholesale and Retail Notion and
Fancy Bazaar. _ Jnnl7-mwf3?
visiting New York can obtain board nt $260
per day, at me elegant Family Boarding Boase,
No. 33 West 33d street, in the immediate vicinity
or the principal Hotels. Cars from the Uonse to
all parts of the city. Please cut this ad ve ni s??
ment for future reference._Jani7-2?
VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS AT THE
Waverly House, with Board, at reduced
prices, for the summer months. Mrs. A. J. KEN
to my friends and the nubile that I have
opened AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC?
TURING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR, at No. 161 King street, where I wonlrt be
happy to receive any orders in my line. SAM'L
LANGLEY, Jr. Ju ni Olmo
PER, DECEASED.-On the 20th day of June
next, the undersigned will apply to the Hon.
Judge of Probate for Charleston County for a
flnai discharge and letters dlsmlssory as Execu?
tors of said Estate
ELIZABETH A. TUPPER, Executrix.
SAMUEL Y. TUPPER, Executor.
TH BEE MONTHS AFTER DATE AP- [
PLICATION will be made to the Bank or I
Charleston for Renewal of CERTIFICATES OF
STOCK, as follows, viz:
No. 7819, (Twenty one Shares,) dated March
No. 7391, (One Share.) dated March 29, i856.
No. 4375, (Three Shares,) dated February 25.
All standing in the name of Rev. WM. DEHON.
BT JOHN HANLON,
ON TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1872.
THE STEAMER ST. HELENA
Will leave Harket Wharf at 8 P. M. with a fall
band of mnalc. Refreshmenta provided on board.
Tickets 60 cerita. janiv-2"
Q.RAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
AROUND THE HARBOR,
BY WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 1, L 0, OP G. T.
ON MONDAY EVEKING, JUNE TA, 1872,
Steamer st. Helena will leave Harket Wharf at
half past 8 o'clock. Price $160 a ticket for gen?
tleman and ladj, refreshments included.
Tickets can be procured from the following
Committee : H. SONNTAG, T. G. JEFFORDS, E.
B. EARLE; also from Holmea'a Book Honse, Fo
gartle'a Book Depository, Thomas k Lanneau,
opposite Hasonlc Temple; A. R. Stillman's Dry
Goods House, No. 281 King street.
IDrago at U)l]clcsalc.
Fresh supplies from the Spring received
monthly, and for sale by the Agents,
DO WIE, MOISE k DAVIS.
gPEAR'S FRUIT SOLUTION,
With greatly improved directions for nae. One
Bottle will presorve 102 ponnds or Fruit, or so gal?
A supply Jost received and for sale by
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
rpHE MILLVILLE FRUIT JAR
This JAR has been In ase about eleven years,
with a steadily increasing production and sales.
, During this period many new varieties of Jars
for preserving fruit have been introdnced, but
after one or two seasons' trial most of them nave
been abandoned as worthless, while thc reputa
Hon and sales or the HILLVILLE JAR have con?
For sale ?y the Agents,
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
MOISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
DERS ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the Purest Material with great
care, if you desire to Improve and keep yonr
Stock healthy and In good order, try them.
For Bale by
DOWIE, HOISE k DAV?, Proprietors,
For the destruction of Rats, Hied, Roaches and
Bedbugs, put up In hermetically sealed cans,
larger In size, better In quality, will keep fresh
longer, and ls cheaper than any la market.
For sale by the Agents for the United States,
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
_Agents. Charleston, S. 0.
JNO. WYETH ? BRO.'S
ELEGANT PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS,
. Consisting in part or: Eux. Beef, Wine and
Iron; Beer, Wine and Cinchona; Pepsin, Bis.
and Strychnine; Tasteless Cod Liver Oil; Plain
and Ferratcd Syrup of the Hypophospolte or
Chemical Food; Iron, Quinine and Strychnine,
Ac, Ac. Catalogues furnished.
For sale by the Agents,
ANCE BROS. ? WHITE'S
RELIABLE SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS AND
For sale at manufacturers' prices. Catalogues
and Price Lists furnished by the Agents,
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
DR VON GHLANN'S ROYAL CROWN
This World-renowned TONIO ls highly recom?
mended by the most eminent German Physicians,
and pronounced by them as perfectly pure and
frea from all adulteration. ,
For sale by the Agents for the United States,
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
Charleston. S. 0.
PATENT SPRING, WALNUT AND HETAL
FRAMES, 4, 5, 6, 7 AND 8 FEET.
Always on hand and for sale by
DOWIE, HOISE k DAVIS,
Jun3-mw6mo8 Charleston, S. 0.
J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
NO. 450 KING STREBT, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and Uhlorodyne. :? -
TILDEN k CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PHIS, AC AOKNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOKNT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,'
Surgical instruments and Goods of foreign man
nfactnre imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing ail New Remedies.
A fall assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. laniowfmly
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. R. WARNER A CO.,
Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
iron and iodoform Pilla, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cinch?n la Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Callaaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin,. Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerianate of Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin
Bitter Wine or Iron
Wino of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup or Hypophosphltea (for Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cntalnlng Vanilla, Tola, kc.
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. This ls a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry ana Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls mofui as a vehicle
and ror masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phoaph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) lor Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Elis. Valerianate of Strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service whero there is a tendency to
Beef, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
In addition to the above, w. R. Warner k Co.
manufacturo a fall line of Finid Extracts and
sugar-coated Pills, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mch23 d?w6moa Charleston, s. c.
<Stottxit?, Cogote, St.
gULLIVAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.;
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
8. H. WILSON & BRO..,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
IQ tend deliver log GROCERIES to such of toe
islanders aa patronize them, at their respective
iiomes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure in taking charge of an j
goods bought in Charleston, not In ?mr line, to
deliver to om* Custom era.
Any orders entrusted to onr care, either in our
I line of business or not, will m?et with prompt
WE OFFER TOD THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
I PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We aro rc? poo trail jr,-.
S. H. WILSON & BRO.,
No. 306 KING STRIKT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
COHEN, HANOKEL A CO.,
? NO. 46 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AH operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANDERSON in the most scientific manner, on tue
moat reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
WAL I?, JR.,
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND HEAL,
Ornes UNITY ALLST,
! Over Messrs. Knobeloch A small's Back Store.
rjl T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
DEALERS AMD DISTILLERS Ot
URPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 178 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
The highest prices paid for crude.
Q HAS. HEBENBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
Ar FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets,
aar Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Tarpon
?jy-OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX,
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
fabe Smith Street, north of Wentworth.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE S OUT IIB KN DYK HOUSE,
No. 360 KINO Srastrr,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam) Gentle
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft or Manufacturers'Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dy ed.
49T Goods received and returned by Express.
Jnn22-lyr I. BILLER. Proprietor.
rpHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
self-adjusting tension, and ls the only first class
low price Sewing Machine in the market adapted
for every variety of Sewing from muslins to
hea nest cloths. Price $28 and $37.
Agents wanted, send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. B18SELL,
Janll-fmwsmo_Charleston, g. 0.
rp H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER ? WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MA NOE1 G CO.,
apr6-iyr No. 209 King street.
T\?VI8'S. DIAMOND HAMS AND LEAF
JjiBt received by rall from Cincinnati:
6 tierces Samuel Davis, Jr., A Co.'s Extra Sa
gar-cured HAMS^-small sizes.
6 tierces Best Leaf Lard. ~ '
, Take notice that all Hams sold at tn is s tore are,
and have always, been weighed on delivery. No
marked weights. Fjr sale by
Na 236 King street, above Market at leet.
QOBN-I COEN I CORNI:
6300 bushels Prime White CORN, per Schooner
Matoaka. For sale by
Jnnl6-2 ... HERMANN BULWOTKLB;
gPARKLING AND STILL WD?ES." j f
I FROM THE AMERICAN WINE COMPANY OF ST.
SPARKLING IMPERIAL in cases or 1 dozen
Sparkling imperial in cases of 2 dozen pints
Sparkling Missouri Cabinet In cases of 1 dozen
Sparkling Missouri Cabinet In cases or 2 dozen
pints . : .
I Still Missouri catawba in cases of l dozen each
I Dry Catawba In cases of 1 dozen each
Dry Catawba In kegs or io gallons each.
These Wines are of excellent quality, and.will
be sold at the company's wholesale prices, with
the coat ot transportation added. - ?fix?* .
On sales In large quantities a liberal discount
wilt be given.
Just received and ror sale by
Jonl4-fm2 KUNOK, WIG KEN BERG A 00.
SUGAR, MOLASSES AND WINE.
40 libds, Muscovado SUGAR
120 hhds. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
60 bbis. prime new crop Muscovado Morasses
20 pipes Catalonia Claret Wine. , . .Tr
Fer sale low to closo consignments, in lots to
snit purchasers, by . WJTP. BALL, ..
may29-wfml0 Brown A Co's Wharf.
?ORN, OATS AND SYRUP.
350? bushels Yellow CORN
2000 bushels Prime Oats
25 bbis Bee-Hive Syrup, i ??Vow .
Landing from steamship Virgula, and for sale
by HERMANN BULLWINKLE,
Jonil it. Kerr'aWharfs :
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a large supply or the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds oT thc beat Beef,'ex?
clusive or fat; can be used with- cold or warm
water; also can be taken with OodUverOIl, and
destroys the taste of the Oil.' '
The only food for delicate children.- '
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretofore offeree! to the public, as witt be found
upon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BARR,
Jan7 . >. No, 131 Meeting street.
?JOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, DHU. S. BONDED STOB ES. .
. i ? .? ,? T.; .: 'j.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY;
Offer for sale from U. 8, Bonded Warehouse, "f ".
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE. BRANDY,
varions vintages, in
Fifth casks H o
_Cases of one donen bo Mes ?eacht :?i? .?, >y
J!AIR, PRIME AND OHOIOE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No.. 110 East Bay. offer rot
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
' : ? MORDECAI A CO.
-p A L K I E K ALE.
MORDECAI A CO.; No. 110 East Bay, offer lor
sate an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pints. MORDECAI 'At CO.
"pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay. offer tor
tale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES,, in..strong
packages._ " MORDECAI- A CO. .
jp RIME WHITE CORN,. '
MORDECAI A CO., Na HO East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks.
_ MORDBOAI k CO.
QHOIOE HAVANA CIGARS. ~ ,
MORDECAI A co.. Na no East Bay. offer for
urn invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
reot from Factory In Havana. .
DAMAN TINE CANDLES.
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sala
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
feb28-6moa_j .' 1 '_
jyR, R. B. H E WITT,
Na 34 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S .' C;.!;,'
[ Can be consulted on the folio wi n g, diseases, and
diseases or a kindred nature, free of charge
and in strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of ali. Of?
fice hoars from 9 A. M. td 7 P. M. :
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA..
In all arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gout,
neuralgia, Ac, this practice ls almost perfect.
The most intense pains are almost instantly re?
lieved, enormous swellings are redflM, Umba
which have beon contracted and stiff roTryeara are
relaxed. Oases of twenty, thirty and forty years'
standing have been cured by me after all. other
means have failed.
A great accomplishment ls my triumph'over
j pain by which I can orten, in a few moments,
soothe and carry off the most excruciating sar
I rerings. ir this system did nothing more than
i to relieve pain, lt wonid stand superior to any
I other system extant.
I stopped-up Head, Running or the Nose, constant
Hawking and' Spitting, constant Blowing of
the Nose. .
Thousands suffer from that most annoying, dls
agreeble and offensive complaint, catarrh, with?
out knowing what lt la. often .rae secreted mu?
cous, flowing down the throat, clogs op the lungs
and lays the foundation for consumptiou.
The most skillful physicians fall to cure it. . ni
I cure any case of obstruction, stopped-up
head, discbarges of greenish, thick, thin or glairy
mucous from the nose, internal or external, pa?v
or fairness between the eyes, constant blowing of
the nose, inflammation of the nasal passages,
ulceration of BChuclderlan membrane, Aa, in
the coarse of a few days.
Nervo ns Deafness, Noises in the Head, 0 torr h cc a,
. otitis (Discharge from the Ear,) Paralysis or i
I am dally treating all affections of the ear with
the most gratifying results. Some who had paid:
aurista nearly $1000 without benefit have been -
cored by me in a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mere ur v, Injudiciously used, has fined the earth
with wrecks of humanity. Thousands suffer from,
Its effects who have been unconsciously dragged
by their physician. It ls vain to attempt the cure
of the majority of diseases whUe it remains la the
body. Although I have heard of several so-called
antidotes fdr mercury in tae haman body, I have
never yet seen a physician who could eliminate
lt from the system.
1 can satisfy any patient or phyalcan that I can
absolutely abstract mercury, lead, sine, and:
other mineral poisons In every case.
Noli-me-Tangere, Lo puse, or Wolf Cancer; Sclr
rims Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose Cancer,' .'
Spider Cancer. ?< - . .
I make a great specialty In the treatment of
every description of Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wron fully
treated by certain charlatans styling themselves
After being pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of these cases in band and make a per?
Hy terms for treating Cancers, Aa, will be.
based on the age and condition of the patient,
and the positive certainty of core.
may25-emoa . I
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent fer Mila DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and f
DRESS-MAKING In all its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention,