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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872.
NEWS OE THE BAY.
-Carlyle has been autographically thanked
by the Empress of Germany for his ' Life of
Frederick the Great"
-A Chicago dry goods dealer advertises
"The most alarming sacrifice since the dara
ol Abraham and Isaac.*'
-Mrs. R. M. Bogers, of Macon, was bitten
severely by a favorite cat, Mrs. Rogers bas
fits and passy is dead.
-There are six German newsparers in
Michigan, and five of them are for Greeley
. -People who like good cigars will not be
gorry to learn that the Connecticut tobacco
crop ls threatened with destruction by the
ravages of the "cut-worm."
-The only member of the Bennett family
present at the lanera] o? the late James Gor?
don Bennett in New York, was James Gordon
Bennett, Jr., and it was stated that Mrs. Ben?
nett and MISB Jennie Bennett remained In
-There are apprehensions of serious trou?
ble from the labor movement In Berlin. The
engineers threaten to strike, and the masters
have resolved to meet it by locking up their
shops and factories, thereby throwing out or
work all employees whether engaged in the
strike or not
-Bewailing the Impossibility o? electi??
any other candidate, the Richmond inquirer
gives up Ihe third ticket /.reject, and says: "It
ls too late now, however, to recede. The issue
la made, and lt is Greeley or nothing. We
must concentrate the entire Democratic vote
upon him, and elect him. We can do lt, and
achieve a Democratic victory."
-At the conclusion of a long editorial upon
the position of Mr. Yrorhees, the Washington
Patriot says: "When the Ballimore Conven?
tion has acted, kr. Voorhees will un question?
ably be among the foremost and strongest In
vindicating its creed and advocating Its nomi?
nees, whatever and whoever they may be,
and his voice will be found as potential in this
campaign as lt has been In those ?.imt have
-A significant indication ol public senti?
ment ls found in the exceedingly slight notice
whioh General Grant's letter ol acceptance
attracts. Comparatively few journals have
mentioned lt at all, and these only in the
briefest way. When Mr. Greeley published
hts letter, every newspaper In the country.
t.m ?u nM.w.uuutt uuuun VI It, ana "It U US
scarcely ceased to be talked about yet.
-Speaking 'of Mr. Greeley's popularity
among the Irish, the Irish People says: '-From
the expressions of ,opinion that appear In the
columns of the newspapers which reach us
from every part of the Union-lrom the four
points of the compass-lt would appear that,
in view of the coming Presidential campaign,
the almost universal voice ot Irish citizenship
Is in favor of Horace Greeley. He may now
be said to be emphatically the favorite candi?
date of most Irish citizens.
-At the Grant ratification meeting in 1868
there were four speakers; at the Greeley rati?
fication meeting In 1872 lhere were nearly
forty. At the Grant ratification meeting in
1868?be hall of the Cooper Institute was not
full, and there were no speekers at outside
stands; at the Greeley ratl?catlon meeting lu
1872 the hall was densely packed, there were
four outside stands, and the whole square be?
tween Clinton and Plimpton Halls and the
Cooper Union and the Bible House was
crowded. But the most curious iact remains
to be mentioned. Of the lour speakers at the
Grant ratification meeting of 1868 barely one
ls a Grant man In 1872, and.be holds a small
office .in Virginia under the administration;
the other three are outspoken and enthusias?
tic supporters ot Greeley and Brown.
-The Washington correspondent of the Bal- j
Minore Bon, writing on Sunday, sa/.- : "Mr.
Sumner ls in Washington, and will continue
to remain here until July. He is almost daily
called on by colored people lrom the South
anxious to know what side he intends to taite
In the presidential campaign. Mr. Sumner
assures them that he will in no event support
Grant, but he doea not go so far as to say that
he will lavor Greeley and Brown. He thinks
the civil rights plank of the Philadelphia plat?
form a piece of Jugglery, and hopes the Balti?
more Convention will take bolder ground.
He ls evidently doubtful in his own mind over
the position fee ought to take from the pres?
sure brought on him by his colored friends,
but yesterday he was informed that their
demonstrations on-him were Instigated by the
administration, with a view of keeping him
-Casey sticks. "We cannot afford to lose
so valuable an auxiliary in the coming cam?
paign," writes the New Orleans correspon?
dent of the President's New York organ, and
reminds the "Administration at Washington"
of its duty "to consider, in connection with
Republican success this fall," the retention of
the model collector. And so the latest trick
of the "Military Bing" is about to Bucceed.
Forced to submit to an investigation, the
''Ring" packed the committee. The testimo?
ny having been taken, a plot was laid to pre?
vent its seeing the light by accusing the pub?
lic printer, a most efficient officer, of neglect.
Driven out of this hole by the Tribune, addi?
tional witnesses were called months alter the
investigation had closed, lo order, apparently,
to postpone still further a report Then ihe
session of Congress was prolonged ; public In?
dignation at the continued delays was rising;
Casey had just pocketed a large share of sixty
thousand dollars moiety and was on-his way
home when from the White House came tho
false report that bis resignation had been ask?
ed for. Public attention having been turned
away by this shabby trick, the majority of the
House committee reported the testimony
without comment on Casey's course, and now
Philadelphia has made the Administration
bold enough to show its hand, in which Casey
ls a trump card.
-A sharp young American woman, a Mrs.
Fannie Jordon, whose maiden name was
Charnley, has been playing a pretty and pro?
fitable game with the King ot Bavaria. His
Majesty rarely appears in the capital, but
leads an Isolated life at his villa of Hohen?
schwangau, where his chief enjoyment is that
of music. The lively adventuress went to the
place with the sweet; and pretty n?me, and
took lodgings at the ' Golden- Bear Hotel, de?
termined upon the conquest of the King.
Walking out with herfemme de chambre, when
she saw rbyatty approaching she fell to draw?
ing the beautiful landscape with all her might.
The King, who ls proud of the scenery, ap?
proached the fair artist and opened an affable
conversation. Then be invited the engaging
Faunie to visit his country-seat; and gave
her a white mare, a diamond bracelet,
his portrait framed In solid gold set with
emeralds, and other gifts o? great value. Then
he lent ber money In quite large sums; and then
his uncle Leopold, hearing of the matter, em?
ployed two Munich detectives to hunt up the
antecedents of the enchantress. Learning
his determination, she fled, leaving behind
her a large trunk containing one hundred let?
ters from different lovers. For the last three
years the lady has been seeking, and occa?
sionally finding, her fortune in different Euro?
pean capitals. Her last affair, before the Ba?
varian speculation, was In Berlin, where she
did so bedevil an unfortunate colonel that he
resorted to forgery to gratify her Incessant
demand for money, and so was ignominiously
cashiered. The Bavarian detectives having
found her In a retired vllloge, allowed her to
make a choice between leaving the country or
going to prison. So she continued her flight
Into Switzerland, with ten thousand dollars in
money and valuables, the net proceeds of her
\ Respectability, Again.
For another example, take the Hon. A. H.
Stephens. No man in the South holds a
higher place in the public esteem than be
has held. His hold* upon popular favor bas
abated no little since bis unfortunate en?
trance into journalism; but confidence in
his sincerity bas not diminished, and be
still retains the respect of thousands who
cannot agree with bim. But what, in a
practical point of view, does this respect
amount to, and what is the vaine attached
now to Hr. Stephen's political opinions?
Nothing. And why ? Because a feeling in
the hearts of the people, deeper tban the
wisdom in the beads of ali tbe politi?
cians combined, convinces them that Hr.
Stephens's opinions are erroneoos. Tne
editor of the Atlanta Sn*> '? addressing-ar?
guments to ? whirlwind-throwing syl
; lopiims Into a torrent. This is not wisdom.
Mr. Stephens's shibboleth is "principle."
In theory, principles are based upon truth
absolute truth. But who is to ascertain
what absolute troth is ? Will Mr. Stephens
declare hi mt elf in full, indisputable posses?
sion of it? He may, bat his declaration
will not serve as proof.
Thus, as between Grant and Greeley, the
people of the South see, they feel, they
know, by an unerring instinct, that the elec?
tion ef the latter will loosen their bonds, en?
large their liberty, and conduce to the en?
joyment of lire. Nor are they actuated by
blind instinct, as it is called. They have
reason for the faith that ia io them. Four
years of trial have proved Grant to be a
heartless bit of pntty in the hands* of the
most tyrannical and corrupt qyn in his
party. He is a nose of wax in the hands of
Morton & Co. Per contra, Greeley is a
man ot will and a man of heart Nature
did not make bim, and man cannot make
klT., i,, icnt. Uv. Step?euo maj picavu
till he is black in the face about Greeley's
past career. He will be heeded as much as
Canute was when he commanded the waves
to rise no higher. Indeed, the people of
Georgia bave already trampled Stephens
and Toomba ander foot as if they were
pebbles, or two mud-lumps lying in the
THE bill which has passed through Con?
gress, amending the general bankruptcy act,
makes several important changes. The
time during which bankrupts may bo dis?
charged upon payment ef fifty per cent of
their Indebtedness is extended until July 1,
1873; life insurance policies to the amount
of $50.00 are exempted from assets available
for creditors, and all judgments obtained
against parties or property before petitions
are flied are to be first and fully satisfied.
It also allows all exemptions allowed by any
State law on the first of January, 1871. This
will save to bankrupts in South Carolina a
homestead to the value of $1000. It also
exempte a widow's dower, or other estate in
lieu thereof, if the State law so provides.
England and tbe Treaty.
The London Economist is anxious to save
the Washington Treaty for several reasons.
First ita rupture will render a future nego?
tiation still more difficult. All the pending
questions which would receive their quietus
by this treaty will be revived in full force,
and would, perhaps, remain as grounds of
irritation for another generation. Secondly,
the treatment which England meted out to
America daring the late civil war will be re?
turned on the occasion of the first war in
which England is engaged with any other
power. There are in America men and
means in abundance ready to be employed
in a crusade against British commerce. A
dozen Alabamas will be speedily equipped
at American navy-yards, and American law
officers may interposo as many legal diffi?
culties to the execution of neutrality laws
as the English crown lawyers did in the case
of the Confederates. Thirdly, the question
of Canadian fisheries is one fruitful in occa?
sions and grounds of collision, and at al?
most any moment may produce war between
the two countries.
Tbe Hope or Kc ru rm.
The Cheraw Democrat prints the following
thoughtful article, which sufficiently shows
the vital importance or so adding to the
Conservative element in the Legislature
that one-third of the members will i>? pre?
pared to oppose extravagant and corrupt
"It requires a two-thirds vote of both
branches of our State Legislature to pass any
oill making an appropriation of public money."
Our main hope for a reform In our State Gov-*
eminent, and the relief of our people lrom
oppressive taxation and reckless expenditure,
ls that a better class of men will be elected
next fall to the General Assembly from those
portions of thc State under Radical control
This is acknowledged by the leaders of that
party to be a necessity of Its existence, even
in South Carolina.
"The House ot Representatives ls composed
or one hundred and twenty-four members and
the Senate of thirty-two, and whenever we
can get one-third in either house of true men,
no matter of what party, they will be able,
In a great measure, to protect the rights
"In the present House of Representatives
there were twenty members who were elected
as antl:Badlcals from the eight counties of
Greenville, dickens, Oconee, Spartanburg,
Anderson, Lexington, Marion and Horry.
Th es ? twenty members voted almost unani?
mously against every corrupt and extravagant
measure which was passed during the last two
"The County of Chesterfield also elected
Democratic members, who were unfairly un?
seated by a partisan vote In the House, while
ia some other counties the anti-Radical ticket
was defeated by small majorities of less than
one hundred votes.
"From these facts arises the hope we have
that in one branch, at least, of our next Gen?
eral Assembly may be found one-third of the
members who will steadily oppose extrava?
gant and corrupt legislation. The Infamous
Blue Ridge bill, which was passed at the last
session, ls a case in point. This bill required
a two-thirds vote to pass it. In the House,
every Democrat present, and tour Republi?
cans, voted against lt. In the Senate, the
vote was twenty-two to six. A change of two
votes In the Senate would have saved the tax?
payers of thia tax-ridden State $1,800,000, or
$460,000 a year lor tho next four years, which
is to be paid to a "Ring" of speculators and
lobbyists. The bill provides for an annual tax
of three mills on the dollar of all the taxable
property ol the State during the next four
years to meet thia appropriation, and we com?
mence looting the bill at our next tax-pay?
THE World insista that the old Demo?
cratic rule, requiring a two-thirds vote to
nominate candidates for President and
vice-President, shall be adhered to at Balti?
more. No one objects. A five-sixths rule
would not hurt Mr. Greeley. The fun of the
thing is that the World promises to bow
to the will o? the party and support the nomi?
nees, whoever they may be. So we must all
get ready to shake bands and make friends.
AN exchange says that President Grant j
"has no sympathy with dead issues, and
"ties to the living present."
-Especially when i* comes in the shape j
of a saddle horse, or bull pup."
A SEVEN MONTHS' RON UP AND DOWN AND
AROUND THE WORLD. By James Brooks.
New York : D. Appleton A Co. 1872. Charles
ton : Holmes's Book House.
Mr. James Brooks, one of the Congressmen
from New York, and the editor and proprietor
of the Evening Express, gives the public, in
this unpretending volume, as lively a book of
travels as one would care to see. There Is no
attempt at microscopical inquiry, at philosoph?
ical Investigation, or at cribbing long tables
of dry statistics. The author rt .les through
Japan and China, crosses India, passes through
the Suez Canal, looks in at Turin, explores
the Mount Cents tunnel, and returns home to
New York by a swlit Cunarder, and describes
all this In the letters to the New York Express,
now brought together. The reader ls never
allowed to pause or grow tired. Every page
Is bright, fresh and entertaining. The thou?
sand queer things which Mr. Brooks saw be?
come realities, and lt may safely be said that
his sketches, "taken on the spot," give a far
better idea of the wonderful East than can be
had from the bulky volumes of ibo men ol sci?
ence, whose big words and involved phrases
are caviare to the general. The descriptions i
mu WM FlwiuSii.|/lm lu lUefldolitj with willah
the salient points are brought out, and In the
accuracy of the drawing.
Cloth. Pp. 376. $176.
/T?TACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
VX SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Sa; urti ay mornlog, from S A. M. to 2 P.
M, at the Depository, Chalmers street. junio
JQR. R. B. H?vTlTT,
No. 34 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARL ESTO N, 8. C.,
Can be consulted on the following diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and io strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of all. Of?
fice hoars from OA. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
ta oil arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gont,
neuralgia, Ac, this practice ls almost perfect.
The most intense pains are almost Instantly re?
lieved, enormous swellings aro reduced, limos
which have been contracted and stiff for years are
relaxed. Oases of twenty, tnirty aud forty ye ai s"
standing have been cured by me after all other
means have failed.
A great accomplishment ls my triumph over
palu by which I can often, in a few moments,
soothe and carry oft the most excruciating suf?
ferings. If this systrm did nothing more than
to relieve pain, it would stand superior to any
other system extant.
J Stopped-np Head, Running of the Nose, co stant
Hawking and Spitting, constant Blowing of
Thousands suffer from that most annoying, dis
agreeule and offensive complalut, catarrh, with?
out knowing what lt ls. urceu tao secreted mu?
cous, ?iowiug down the thioat, clogs up tue lungs
aud lays the foundation for consumption.
The most skillful physicians fall to cure lt.
I cure auy case of obitruotlon, stopped-up
head, discharges of greenish, thick, thin or glairy
macons from tue nose, internal or external, pain
or fullness between the eyes, constant blowing of
the nose, luflammatljn of the nasal passages,
ulceration of schuclderlan membrane, ac, in
the coarse of a few daya.
Nervous Deafness, Noises in the Head, Otorrhcea,.
otitis (Discharge from the Ear,) Paralysis of
I am dally treating all affections of the ear with
the most gratifying resuUa. Some who had paid
aurtsts neany $iooo without benefit have been
cured by me in a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mercury, injudiciously used, has oiled lh9 earth
with wreoks of nuinanlty. Thousands suffer from
Ita effects who have beeu unconsciously drugged
by their physician. It ls vain to attempt the cure
or the majority of diseases while it remains in the
body. Although I have heard of several so-called
antidotes for mercury in toe human body, l have
never yet seen a physician who could eliminate
lt from the system.
1 can satiBfy any patient or physican that I can
abiolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other miueral poisons m every case.
Noll-me-Tangere, Lupuse, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
rima Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose Cancer,
Jj^e a,sreat specialty in the treatment of
every description or Cancer and Tumors"
How many Cancers and Tumors are wronfulW
After being pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of these cases lu hand and make a ner
manent cure. v
My i erins for treating Cancers, ., will be
based on the age and condition of ,,ie patient
and the positive certainty of cnre.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
G. T. AL FOR D & CO.,
mayi4 B. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
p?RM?SiT?^^ 5, K. OF P.
UT Attend ytinr Regular Meeting Trna (Thura
[l?y) EVENING, its"o'clock. Members will please
be punctual. _
By order or tie W. 0. ED. MEERHOLZ,
UNION KILWINNINGR LODGE. No. 4,
A. F. M.-Tne Regular Monthly Oommunl
canon or thia twee wilt be held Tars (Thnraddy)
EVBNINO, 20thjinataat, at Holmes'a Hall, at 8
o'clock. The i. M. Degree- will be conferred.
Candidates andlmembers ?ld please be punctual.
By order or tue w M. w. GEO. GIBBS,
PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
Attend an Extra Meeting at ArchPr'a Hall,
THIS EVENING, ?or.b Instant, at half-past 8 o'clock.
A lull and punctual attendance ls desired.
By order or tue president.
A. 5?. DOUGLAS,
Juo20 Secretary and Treasurer.
IRISH VOLUNTEERS.-ATTEND A
Special Meeting, at Hibernian Hall, THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Business extraordinary.
By order. D. A. J. SULLIVAN,
ERM AN RIFLE CLUB.-THE OFFI
VX OERS and members wilt assemble THIS
(Thursday) MORNING, 20th instant, at 5 o'clock
precisely, at Lindatedt'sHall. to escort the Savan?
nah Delt-gatlon rrom the Savannah and Ubarles
ton Railroad, ky order or the Prealdent.
' H. HENRY KNEE,
Jan20 . _Secretary.
LIVE OAK SOCIAL CLUB.-AN EXTRA
Meeting or this Club will be held THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, at their Olub Room, at 8
o'clock. Mern ere will please be punctual in
their attendance, as busluess of Importance will
By order. J. 0. KOENNECKE,
ATTENTION I FIREMEN'S UNION.
You are hereby summoned to attend a
Meeting THIS EVENING, June 20th, at Robb's Lot,
Kin i street, ats o'clock precisely.
By order. J. R. CAMPBELL,
W^AI?T^DTAID?PA^?^ WOMAN TO
cook and wash. Apply at No. 2 Aiken
COOK WANTED, AT No. 116 BROAD
street; amo, Honso >ervant. Jnn2Q 1?
WANTED; A COLORED NU ESE.
Good recommendations required, and
good wages paid ir tfie applicant suive, apply at
No. 123 Meeting st._Jnnso-i* ??
WANTED, A STEADY GIRL, TO AS?
SIST in the kitchen, and to make herself
generali? usefol about the house. Apply at No.
28 Vand?rhorat atreet._jnn20-2?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO HOUSE?
WORK. References required. Apply at
No. 858 King street._Jun20-1*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
nurse by a young Protestant woman,
willing to do cnamberwork and plain sewing
Can nring Hood recommendations. Address u.
A., at this office._Jon20-i?
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that Ladies ana Gentlemen's Furnishing
Gouda are made to order very cheap at LANG?
LEY'S Manufacturing Establishment, No. lol
WANTED, A COMPETENT FEMALE
servant for general housework and to as?
sist in wa*hlug. also a first-class waltlngman.
Apply to J. H. OPPENHEIM, Moultrlevllle Boase,
WANTED, A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN
as child's nurse and chambermaid for
Sullivan's Island. Apply, with recommendations,
to No. 50 Society street. Inn20
WANTED, TWO COMFORTABLE
Rooms, close to Lower Market, by an ap?
proved tenant. Rent not to exceed $8, which
will be paid la any way required. Apply at No.
78 Market street._Jnn20-l?
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN AS
assistant Naree and House Servant la a
smad family. Apply at No. 18 Rutledge atreet.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do general Housework. Apply at north
comer Amherst and Bay streets, Hampstead.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
House. Purchase money to be paid tn
monthly instalments. Address "Desire," at NEWS
WANTED. AN INTELLIGENT AND
lndUitrtuua LAD. Wltn om ordinarv
knowledge of arithmetic, to assist in keeping a
country store on Edisto Island. Wages from
S8 to $10 per monto, beaidea board and wafh
lng. Address S., office of THE NEWS. J nun
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part of the olty. Address "Q, " at this office, stat
ing location, terms, Ac._feb8
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH
ErLN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues J omi
Lue Policies, insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death or either, the
amouut insured for ls paid to the surviving party.
lt aiao Insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad atreet.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimon?ala, of good character and' com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher la some
public Institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going into the country. Can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Piano and the other
branches or a good ?ducation. Salary of not ao
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad.
dress C. D. V., at the office or this paper.
?ost ario iotmo.
L^OST, TcirlASEDGOLD BRTCI?LETT
The finder will please leave lt at this office.
LOST, A SLEEVE BUTTON, ON TUES
DAY, olamond cut, with dower in the cen?
tre. The ander will be rewarded by leaving lt at
No, 70 Hasel street. jun20-l?
FOUND, A PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES
Gold Frame. The owner can have the
samo, by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply at NEWS office._Jon3
FOR SALE, PLASTERING LATHS.-A
large lot of Plastering LATHS, at $2 60 per
thousand, at fi. R. HUDGINS & CO. MILLS, foot
Lucas and Bull streets._Jnn20-4?
FOR SALE, ON REASONABLE TERMS,
a PIANO of seven octaves, in good order.
Address B, at this office._Jun20-2*
FOR SALE, LUMBER.-A LARGE LOT
of BuARDS and SCANTLING, at reduced
prices, at R. U. HUOG1NS A CO. Milla, foot of Lu?
cas and Bull streets._Jun20-4*
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT
Summerville. Address HOWELL A
s nt fi ET, George's Station, South Carolina Rail?
WESTERN MULES AND GEORGIA
CATTLE, at Kentucky Male Lot, King
street-just arrived, and for sale on time. -R
MULES AND HORSES.-TSIRTY
head No. 1 Saddle and Draft HORSES,
witn a lot of Al Mums, Just arrived at Mills
House stables, and for Bale for CASH, or city ac
ceptance. R, GRAHAM A CO. , JanlS-6
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.
LUNSKoRD. Smith atreet. north of Wentworth.
TO RENT, A GROCERY AMD DWBLLV
I.\G HOUSE at the southeast corner or
yucen and Mazy ck streets. Apply next door.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing nine rooms, on front beach Sul?
livan's Island. Apply to S. A. WOODSIDE, NO. 86
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 ne street. raay30-thstu
OFFICE TO RENT, No. 21 BROAD |
street, under Messrs. Pressley, Lord A
Iuglesby. Apply at No. 1 Hayne street.
c Ei TC~E? TC~E?
We have opened a Honso in Pitt street, near
Wentworth, where we shah sell ICE at the
same price that we do at the Main Depot in Mar?
The House wUl be open fromo.30A. M. to 7.30
P.M. A. GAGE A CO.
QRAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
AROUND THE HARBOR,
BY WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 1,1. 0, OF G. T,
ON MONDA T S VENINO, JUNE 24, 1872,
Steamer st. Helena will leave Market Wharf at
Lair past 8 o'clock. Price $160 a ticket for gea
tieman and lady, refreshments included.
Tickets can be procured from the following
Committee : H. SONNTAG, T. G. JEFFORDS, E.
B. EARLE; also from HolmeB's Book House, Fo
gartle's Book Depository, Thomas k Lannean,
opposite Masonic Temple; A R. Stillman's Dry
Goods loose, No. 281 King street.
on UNENCUMBERED REAL ESTATE in Charles?
ton. THEOBORE STONEY.
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH & co.,
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
0 UTHEE N
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON,.President.
ASSISTS Jannarylat, 1871.......$i,24l,B4T 40-100
The undersigned having been recently appoint
ed Agent for Charleston of the above Company
with the right to take risks In any portion 0:
South Carolina, would invite the attention of hu
friends and the public generally to a few argn
menta in its favor. It ls a
P?BELT SOUTHERN COMPANY,
and invests ail its accumulations at the south
It la ably managed and bas a large capital. Ii
does business on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates as low aa any other sound Cnmpanj
in the Country.
Call at my office and allow me to show yon the
long Hst or Policyholders, which ls the beat etd
dence of strength in a Company.
Agent for Charleston, S C.,
No. 81 Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
apri6 North Atlantic Wharf.
Sem mg iliac h, me a.
rfVHTT'?lifw IMP BO VE D
WHEEL EB A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
- We are now selling these superior Machina
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprS-lyr No. 200 King street.
rJIHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME 8BUTTLE uses the Straight Keedle,
matea the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) hat
self-adjusting tension, and la the only first ?last
low price Sewing Machine In the market adapted
for every variety of Sewing from muslins tc
heaviest cloths. Price $26 ano $87.
Agents wanted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BI SSE LL,
" General Agent,
janll-fmwemo_(marleston. ?. 0.
U3atcb.es, Jctoeirrj, Ut.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 506 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their immense stock ol
during the summer months. All goods will be
Bold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the baslness. junto
A^ CAR D . ~
AU operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANDERSON In the most scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
streets. may 22
P. WALL, JR.,
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE UNITY A LL BY,
Over Messrs. Knobeloch k Small's Back Store.
fjl T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 178 EAST BAY,
OEARLBSTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for Crude,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
ornees-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
49>Hlghest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turp?n
QT TO A. MOSES, PH. D'
Geological surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro.
perties reported npon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drags, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
deoas-fltuthemo Na 28 George street.
O T 1 C E .
B. 8. D. MUCKENFUSS,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Has removed his office to No. 67 Hasel street
Office hours from 9 to 10 A M., and 1 to 2 P. M.
J^OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX,
Bides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealerain COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. may20-mwflyr
ACON, SUGAR, Ac
20 hhds. Prime Western O. R, SIDES
16 hhdB. Prime Western Shoulders
SO tierces Prime Lear Lard
2600 lbs. Choice Breakfast Bacon
10hhda. Prime Demerara SUGAR
60 bbls. Prime Demerara Sogar
20 ijagH Old Government Java Coffee.
2? puncheons Porto Rico ISOLASSES
16 tierces New Crop MuBcovado Molasses
100 bbls. Sugar Boose Molasses
160 bbls. Choice Family FLOUR
200 bbls. Super and Extra Flour.
For sale by BENBT COSIA A CO.,
QHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
Just landed ex steamer South Carolina, Ac. :
Superlative New Season Nankin Moy one Byson
Extra choicest Nankin Moyune Imperial
Choicest Nankin Moyana Gunpowder .
Superlative Pearl Leaf Fakahbng
Moyune Tonng Dyson Fakahong
Extra Choice Moyune Twankay
Oholcest Formosa Oolong
Curionsly Oholce Spring Picked
Congou or English Breakfast Tea
Choicest Garden Grown Pouohong or Papered
Choicest and Extra Oholcest Uncolored or Japan
Teas, season or 1871-2.
N. M. PORTER, No. 236 King Street,
Jun20 thfto3 Third above Mart et street.
Q O E NI
1600 bushels Prime Mixed CORN. Landing and
for sale by W. B. SMITH A CO.,
Jun20-i Napier's Range.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Jost received, a large supply of tbs above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beer, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also oan be taken with Oodliver Oil, and
destroys th? taste of the Oil.
The only food for delicate children.'
This la much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be found
upon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
j un 7 No. 131 Meeting street..
B?TTEE' STMP^?D SH0DLDBB*
Constantly arriving per every Steamer from
? New York Oholce BUTTER, Strips, Shoulders,
Bama and Smoked Beef; also, on hand Fulton
Market BEEF, Pigs Feet* (Spiced,) and Pigs
. Heads. BERNARD BOYD,
Jnnlf-tnthtB_j ? No. Mg East Bay.
Ornas ano iKeoitmts.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BABB,
NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
In addition to a fall stock of Drags and Chemi?
cals, orrera the following Patent Medicines and
'. HORSFOBB'S ACID PHOSPHATES
r Grimaldi's syrup of the Hypopuospnate or Lime
i Guaran? (Headache) Powders -.
BERGER'S BEDBUG DESTROYER
Beef, wine and iron
Elixir Phosphate Iron, Quinta and strychina
? Valentine's Meat Juice, made of the beat Beef,
i without rat, the best Food for Delicate Chil?
dren, Buffering from Summer Complaint. Il
is easily prepared, and quite palatable
Helnitsh'a Queen's Delight - .
t Leldy's Blood Pills
German Blood Pills .
i Sir James Clarke's Female Plus
. Grimault'a Matteo Capantes
Wilber's Cod Liver OH and Hypophosphate ol
Sugar-coated Plus, of every description
Fluid Extracts (a fuU assortment)
DeBlng'a Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fogae
: Sage's Catarrh Remedy .
Pierce's Golden Discovery
. simmons's Liver Regulator
McMunn'sElixir of opium
Sponges, of every description "
Carbolic Acid, (crystals,) OarboUo Aoid, In Solu
lion, for Disinfectant Purposes
Carbolic Disinfectant Soap
, OarboUo Toilet Soap
solution of Chloride or Soda, a convenient Dis?
Chloral Hydrate, made by Merck, of Darmstadt
? Fountain Syringes, Manson's Syringes, David?
Atomizers, Perfumers, Breast Pumps
j Pessaries, Trusses, Abdominal Supportera
i Elastic Stockings
j Hall's Hair Renewer
Chevalier's Life for the Hair
I Montgomery's Hair Restorer
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO
. Vitalia for the Hair
Allen's Hair Restorer
Lyon's Kathalron ?
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Tutt's Hair Dye
Batchelors Hair Dye
Japanese Hair Dye
Egyptian Hair Coloring
NATT AN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
Easting's Syrup of Napttia
Allen's Lung Balsam
Forest's Juniper Tar
Stafford's Olive Tar
Marsden's Pectoral Balm
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Schenck's Pnlmonlc Syrup
Russell's Soothing Cordial
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
Chlorate Potash Lozenges
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
lodlnlzed Cod Liver OH
Bryan's Pulmonlc Wafers
French Tooth Lozenges m
Thomson's Tooth Soap
And ah other Proprietary Medicines.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR
W. R. WARNER & GO.,
Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
iron and lodoform Pills,a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss ot
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Olnchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Callaaya, Iron and Bismnth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierianate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry m
Ferrated Wine of WUd Cherry
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup or Hypophoaphites (ror Consomption, Bron?
chitis, Aa) !
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, ootalnmg Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Como. This ls a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
its medicinal virtues, lt ls u-eful as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine. .
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac .
Ellx. Vaierianate of Strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Bron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls 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 A Co.
manufacture a full line of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pins, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, ol
DB. H. BABB, NO. isl Meeting street,
mch23d*wemos Charleston, S. a j
?roerries, %\qnor*, Pt.
g ASS A CO. PALEALE. ^
Bottled hf iJ A17 BURKE. In order. Poi
Bil? by . , --> :W. H. CHAPEE A 00.,
ldo3?-tii8tD3 : Ko. 807 Bait Bay.
?piULTON MARKET BEEF.
Frr-sti Packed and of Sn perl or Quality in 1
and quarter barrels. - :.- 1 '
Fot sula by W. H. CHAPEE A 00.,
jan'iO-thatnS - No. 207 Bast Ba]
g UTTER, LARD AND CHEESE. ?
'Gilt K?ge" BUTTER tn Flrslns and Tubs H
Western Hattern Batter in Tubs and B acke ts ?
Lard In Tierces, Firkins, Tana and Backet? ?
Prime Factory C?eese. 1
" All rrea?. and ot beet finality. For sale by ? I
W. H. CHAFBEACC., I
Janzo-tnBln8; . .No. 207. East Ba; g
gCG AR-CURED HAMS. <n
io tierces Palmetto HAMS, 12 poonda average
20 tte roes B. MYER'S Hams.
For sale by W. H. CHAFBE A CO.,
Jnn20-thatn3 No. 207 East Bay.
QORNl CORN 1 CORNI
Now landing ex-scboonera Sallie BlMeU and
Emma Baker from North Carolina.
Jon20-L . .. J. AEN3LOW AGO.
Q 0 ALI tf? ? L I ? p i ji I
300 ton a Beat Quality Bed Ash, Eg* and-Stove
COAL delivered at $8 60 a ton whUe landing, by
applying to r. p. SEIGNIOUS.
corner East Bay and H ase l street; East Bide.
Jan20-8_.;- .?"..??.,. ...
QORN, OATS AND SYRUP:
3600 bushels Yellow CORN .
2000 b as nels Prime Oats
.<. 26 bols Bee-Hive syrup. : -,..
Land mg from steamship Virginia, and f?rdalo
by HERMANN EULWINKDE,
Junll . Kart's Wharf.
QOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IHU. S. BONDED STORES, :
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Oner for sale from tr. B. Bonded Warehouse,
Choloe COGNAO and LA BOOHELLE BRANDY
varions vintages, Ua s? ,?
quarter casks ......
.-. Firth casks' - - .>?.>.".
Eighth caaks -j
Caaes of one dosen bottles each.
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay. offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
..MORDBOA! A CO.
EA IrK TB K ALE ?*?rW
. . ii _as: . ?:?
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, ofter Tor
salo an lavotee of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDECAI A 00.
?pOBTQ RIO O M OL ?S S E S.
MORDECAI A CO., No. lio Eaat Bay, offer for
sale Choice Porto.?leo MOLASSES, in strong
packages. MORDECAI A 00.
pBIME WHITE OOB.N.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, oflterfor
mle Prime White OOHS, in new sacks.
_ M0RDB0AI APO.
QHOIGE HAY-ANA CIGARS. .<
MORDECAI A 00.: Na 11? East Bay. offer for
?ale an Invoice ot ctiotoo HAVANA o?d ABS, di?
rect from Factory in .Havana* -.
^D AM ANTIKE CANDLES,
looo packages Adamantine ' CANDLES for' sala
by A TOBIAS'?NS.
gOmVAN-6 ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
8. E. WILSON A BRO.,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such or 'he
islanders as patronize them, it their respectivo
homes on the island, without extra charge..
We shall take pleasure in taking charge or any
goods bought in Charleston, not In our Une, to
deliver to our Onatomers.
Any orders entrusted to our care, el the r In our
une or business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
S. H. WILSON A BRO.,
No. soe KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. O.
to my friends and the public that I have
opened AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC?
TURING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR, at No. lei King street, where I would be
happy to receive any orders In my line. SAM'L
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD, V
fem smith street, north of Wentworth.