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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872
MO" Mr. WILLIAM ?. SIMMONS, Jr., is tb
"travelling agent for THE NEWS, for South
Carolina, _ ? 1 HOV**
JfKWa OE THE DAT.
-Fans made, of the scales offish have been
-Colonel Claflln has bought some silver j
-Carlyle was offered a thousand pounds by?
an EngllBh country newspaper to write an
account of Derby Day with his name appended.
-General Joe Hooker offers to bet $50.000
that Dr. Horace Greeley will be elected Presi?
dent in November.
-It ls stated that Mr. Mallory, ex-secretary
of the Confederate Navy, ls about to publish a
novel for young people.
-"Take her up tenderly,
Lilt her with care
No one koowa how dearly she paid for
. her hair." [Hood Modernized.
-A foreign correspondent says that on the
night of Jcoe 10 an attempt was made to
blow up t ie statues of the Prince Consort and
Lord Coi lisle in Dublin. *
-The Greek Consul at New York has rer-;
celved a letter from the mlnlBterpi-f**^0
affairs staling that the jcepor*^?r sending
criminals from Greeo*?** 'Se United StateB is
an odious and absurd falsehood.
-Mr. Seibert, a resident of New York, has
presented the Emperor William with several
tame stags. His Majesty, on accepting the
gift, took occasion to thank the Germans In
America for their patriotism.
-The Postofllce Department has selected
an open card under the new law providing for
one cent postal cards. A card with one side
enveloped would probably have been selected,
bat that a card oftbat description- would have
been subject to regalar letter postage under
-England was alarmed a week or two ago
on account ol a sensational report which told
of a steady and great decrease In English
herds. Enthusiastic people formed a solemn
- league and covenant by which they bound
themselvet to eat no veal henceforth and for?
-The Burmese Embassy, which recently
landed in England, brought costly presents,
among which was a magnificent bracelet ior
<a_... mn ?.| ?? -*?
seven pounds. She can't wear lt on all occa?
sions, bnt it will do when she wants to lay a
heavy hand on somebody.
-Mr. Vernon Harcourt has written another
leUer to the London Times on the chances ol
Invasion, a matter which recently has greatly
agitated.the British mind. He holds that no
possible lacrease of the land forces can pre?
vent a landing, while even a mod?rate naval
Opposition will make such a disaster impossi?
-At a recent woman sufiragp meeting In
London the ball was so crowded that when
the speakers arlved they could not get In.
Mrs. Professor Fawcett and others climbed In
by a ladder at a window, back of the stage,
and when she came to speak said: "We are
Cc& that women have not so much energy as
men. I dany it. A moment ago I was out?
side of this room in the thick of this crowd,
with Mr. Arthur Arnold. Mr. Arthur is still in
the crowd. I am here." The little woman
was roundly applauded.
-An extraordinary suicide recently occurr?
ed in England. A boy aged ten years, after
leaving school, told a playmate that he was
going to commit suicide, and gave him a
knife to take care of for him. He then walked
to a pond near the school, but Anding the
water was not deep enough, he made .his way
to a railroad crossing, and deliberately laid
himself on the rails in front of an approaching
train, and was killed instantly, his bead being
severed from bis body. The fireman of the
engine states that he saw the boy when the
traill waa .160 yards off. He raised his bead
from the ralis a few inches, and when be
heard the engine approaching, he put his
hands to his face.
-General Howard and his delegation of
Apache chiefs arrived on Saturday evening,
and hod an Interview Monday with the com?
missioner of Indian affairs. They are very
dark in color, and inferior in mental and phy?
sical appearance to the delegations of the
Northern tribes who were in Washington, and.
have anything bat a warlike look. They are
not painted, and'do not dress in Indian tog?
gery, bnt are clad in ordinary civilized attire.
As the Secretary ot'the:Interior was absent,
the interview resulted Jnriptbtag; but several
of the Indians expressed themselves delight?
ed with what they saw ia. the white man's
land, and asked for schools for their children. 1 <
Great confidence la expressed in the resnlts of f
this mission, as all previous efforts to keep this
tribe on a peace footing have heretofore *
Ex-Governor vanee-'predicts that the Con- 1
servatlves will carry the- North-Carolina Leg- 1
Islatare by a large majority, and even. hopes
for a two-thirds vote, in which case the adop?
tion of the desired constitutional amendments
wai be assured. If the Baltimore Convention
endorses Greeley he can easily carry North
Carolin* by ten thousand majority. The main
strength of the Radical party, according to the
Governor, ls In the prostitution of the revenue
service. The government officials buy without
scrapie many men with government money
and patronage, and they manage to get others
into trouble about whiskey and tobacco, bring
Indictments against them, and then agree to
let them off if they will vote the regular Re?
publican ticket. In some cases, where they
cannot trust the enforced convicts, they hold
the proceedings over them In terrer until after
the election. All this Governor Vance will
denounce on the stump, with his accustomed
power, and the result may be fatal to the hopes
of the Radicals. North Carolina will poll a
strong vote in August, and the Conservatives
are confident of a great victory.
-We have chronicled bet?re the brilliant
conquest of the young Bavarian King Louis
by the irresistible Cincinnati siren, Mrs. Fan?
ny Jordan, bat her victories still continuing,
she deserves another chapter. After her
fascinations had drawn from KiBg LOUIB'S
treasury full twenty thousand dollars in
money and Jewels, and the Bavarian Court be?
came too warm for her safe continuance there,
she passed through Paris, and about the mid?
dle of May was registered at a very respect?
able boarding-house in Naples kept by the ex
master ol' horse lo old King Bomba. Here
she was able lo rope in an Italian Prince,
Lieutenant-Colonel de Aryllis, who took her
riding behind the most elegant horses
and In the tinest boats in the eily, and
what was more to her liking, procured
for lier anjentrance to the Cafe di Europa, the
most magnificent club-room In the world, and
frequented by the best society, both native
and loreign, that there was in Europe. At
this time the president o? the club was a gifted
member of the Lusitanian family named Don
Hernandez y Castros, who was betrothed to an
Italian lady ot the Roman house of Borghes.
His wealth was enormous, and throwlug away
her Italian Prince, Fanny went for him with
astonishing success until their Intimacy began
lo be the theme of scaodal-mongers, and the
Don was admonished of his indiscretion, but
without effect. A few days before his wed?
ding day, his prospective bride's brother told
hin the match was broken, for apparent rea?
sons, and he returned to Spain, after being j
ji.tedand mulcted by Mrs. Jordan. She 1B j
now In Rome.
The Cou' lrr ?nd the Baltimore Con?
The Courier says it has "proclaimed and
"advocated, as the most wise and con?
sistent" course, that the Baltimore Con?
vention should content itself with recom?
mending "the (Cincinnati) platform and
"nominees to the cordial support of the
I "Democracy of the country." Yet it an
I oonnces that it. is not "wev'ed to this opin?
ion," and asks, "Why, then, should we |
"wrangle over a subject whose decision
"does not. in the least dei end upon our j
If there bas been any wrangling we do
not know it; and we beg to remind oar con?
temporary that the actual nomination of j
Mr. Greeley at Baltimore is not beyond
doubt A large majority of the delega**
already chosen are either inslm"*5^ 10 vote |
for his nomination, ?? vote aSa?nat the
nominationDemocratic candidate, the j
lo??r class far outnumbering tho former.
A live-sixths vole, we firmly believe, conld
be had for the.direct nomination of Mr.
Greeley; but the Convention will have to de- L,
cide whether the direct nomination is noil
open to objections, from which an earnest
recommendation to the Democracy to sap
port Mr. Greeley would be altogether free.
To appreciate the effect of a direct nomina?
tion it is only necessary to digest the signi?
ficant utterance of President Grant, who re?
cently told a correspondent that in case the
Baltimore Convention nominated Mr. Gree?
ley the Radicals would know who they were
fighting. Said Mr. Grant: "It willie an open
"Republican arid Democratic battle, and J
"prefer Vial sort of a figld." Indeed, upon
that point we cannot do better than quote I
the opinion of the Missouri Republican, the ' '
first and strongest advocate of Liberal Re?
publicanism and Democratic Passivism.
That paper says :
"The strong and increasing favor which the j
Cincinnati ticket meets with from the Demo?
cratic masses has naturally led to the desire.
w.. w -j t.'SiaSfltfWrVI - ..-?T. Ulnlb con
venlions, that the Baltimore Conventlr \ shall
renominate or adopt lt. Let it be rem em j r
bered,. however, that this is what the Grant
party desire, as Grant himself Inadvertently
admits. That they desire it Is a conclusive
reason why it ought not to be done. It ls not ?
our business to come on the particular ground
which the enemy wishes us to occupy, and ?
upon which all his guns are trained. That
position, which he has selected for us, ls one j
which we ought carefully to avoid. When*
therefore, President Grant admits that 'an (
'open Republican and Democratic battle' ls
the sort ot fight he prelers, lt is our mani?
fest duty, os it clearly is in our power, to farce I j
onjt?m soma other sort of battle. We might 11
beat bim on his own ground; Horace Greeley,
even encumbered with a Democratic nomina?
tion, or endorsement, would probably have a
good show to defeat him. But Horace Gree?
ley, not encumbered with such a nomination,
would assuredly defeat him; for Horace Gree- j
ley. unendorsed, will receive all the Democra?
tic votes that an endorsement would bring
him, and, perhaps, a great, many Republican
votes that a Democratic endorsement would
repel from him. A wise commander never
takes a risk that he can as well avoid, and the
Democracy may prudently follow the same
rule in this campaign. There is no necessity e
tor a renomination or endorsement of Greeley T
nt Ballimore, and it might prove hazardous s
t>y provoking to the contest elements which t
io not now appear, and which are better kept t
out ot it. We want no reawakening of the
slumbering 'loyalty ' of the North In this can- a
vass; and we know of no better way of avoid?
ing such a thing than to leave Greeley and *
Brown free RUO. unlncumbered, to the strength C
of their owu names, and to the Liberal move?
ment that brought them forth."
Sorely these are sound reasons why the
Courier should adhere to its original opinion 1(
that it is "most wise and consistent" to ab- d
stain from nominating Mr. Greeley. The
decision of the question depends on the
action of the press and of the delegates,
and, in both respects, our contemporary is
able to exercise considerable influence, un?
less, indeed, it is prepared to surrender its
opinion merely because the Alabama Con?
vention desires that the Liberal nomina?
tions be ratified, and because an Augusta
newspaper treats the nomination as a fore- I;
?one conclusion. We have not heard or I ti
seen a solitary strong reason why a direct [
nomination should take place, and nothing
less than the deliberate decision of the
National Convention will cause this paper
to refrain from expressing its belief that the
nomination of Mr. Greeley would be impoli?
tic anfrhozardouB in the extreme.
-Mr. Parke Goodwjrj, it is said, proposes
to name the new party tfbi?ji he has engi?
neered into the nomination "oe Groesbeck
?nd Olmsted the "National American-Dem?
ocratic Republican Party," which, saya)
the Tribune, is nearly a word for each
The Release of Dr. Bratton.
A dispatch says that Dr. Rufus Bratton,
?ho was recently kidnapped from Canada
oy Federal officers, has been restored to the
Canadian jurisdiction, and is now in To?
ronto. It seems that an American citizen,
on British soil, has some rights which Presi?
dent Grant is bound to respect. No wonder
that indignant Southerners sometimes wish
that Jefferson and Washington had never
Mr. Henry Watterson, editor of the Louis?
ville Courier Journal, writing to a New
York imper, says:
"The chance remarks which I made to the
Conference seemed to represent the Southern
delegates present, and they were based upon
the idea that there could be no solid revenue
reform until the South ls re-established in
that moral, no less than political, franchise
which must be a condition precedent to the
Bafe and wholesome consideration ol such
economic queslions. I tried to show, and I
think I did show, that the South is not behind
the West in this matter ot revenue reiorm;
but that greater questions-queslions nearer
home-pre-engage us; that we must dispose
of these questions or be erected into a huddle
ol rotten-boroughs, which will render the
solution Bought by the Free Traders impossi?
ble. The nomination ot Mr. Greeley has al?
ready poured a flood of national sentiment
into the South, which will, in its time and
way, bring the free trade elements of the two
sections Into practical rapport. This is cer?
tainly something. I think, as a Revenue Re?
former, lt is a great deal."
-Here, almost tolidem rerbis, are the
idea? expressed by us some days ago in an
article headed "Respectability." The paper
alluded to in that article is the same to
which Mr. Watterson addresses his letter
tbe Evening Post. Ils attempt at a reply is
so exceedingly ill-natured and impotent
that we need not quote it.
Indeed no reply is possible. Moral re?
form must precede political. We most live
before we can work. The Sonth must be
restored to power before it can exercise that
power. There must be a beginning, but j
rather than not make that beginning in
their own impossible way, rather than not j
drive the wedge in bntt foremost, the Col?
len Bryant impracticables and their South?
ern allies will have no reform at all-will
throw wedge and mallet both into the lire.
What stupidity !
-A gentleman who "vea at Ninety-Six]
has written &.-'.aight-out Anti-Greeley*]
^^.^?-??st-ditch letter to the Hon. A. H.
rrtfphens. The Savannah Xews exultingly
prints it under the head of "A Voice from
"Sonth Carolina." Very good. Vox et pr ot?
tered nihil !
Posting the Books.
The Utica Observer, a shrewd Democra?
tic paper, follows Mr. Greeley's practice in
log-cabin days when he did what ito called
"posting the books" of the canvass from
?reek to week. After examining the ac
sonnts from all parts of the Union, it strikes
Greeley. Vole. Grant. Vote.
alabama. 10 Illinois.21
arkansas. 6 Iowa. ll
Connecticut. C Kansas. 5
Delaware_ _ 3 Maine. 7
Florida. 4 Massachusetts.13 j
f?eorgla. ll Michigan. ll
Indiana. 15 Minnesota. 6
Kentucky. 13 Nebraska. 3
Louisiana. 8 Ohio.22
Maryland. 8 Rhode Island. 4
Mississippi. 8 South Carolina_ 7
Missouri.15 Vermont. 5
devada. 3 Wisconsin. 10
flew Jersey. 9
Sew York. 35 Total.
Tennessee. 12 Doubtful. Vote.
Texas. 8 California. e
virginia. ll New Hampshire... 5
?Vest Virginia_ 5 Oregon. 3
One hundred and eighty-four make a
najority in the Electoral College. So, from
iresent appearances, Greeley will have
orty-live votes to spare, and will be sure of |
election to the Presidency.
.3 ns nr ance.
?jOU THE RN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.President.
LSSETS January 1st, 1872..$1,241,047 4o-ioo.
The undersigned having been recently appoint
d Agent for Charleston of the above Company,
nth the right to take risks In any portion of
Oath Carolina, would Invite the attention of bis
rlendB and the public generally to a few argn
aenta In Its favor. It ts a
PURELY SOUTHERN COMPANY,
nd invests all Its accumulations at the Sonth.
i Is ably managed and has a large capital It
oes business on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
nd at rates as low as any other sound Company
1 the Country.
Call at my office and allow me to show yon the
mg Hst of- Policyholders, which ls the best evl
ance of strength tn a Company.
Agent for Charleston, & C.,
No. 31 Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sab-Agent,
apris North Atlantic Wharf.
CLARKE'S NEW METHOD
Price $2 50,
i so universally regarded as a Standard Method
nat an advertisement ls only needed as a la?
under. The music ls so attractive that the s tu?
en t will retain lt as a book of Organ pieces, after
nishtng the instructive coarse.
A One colored picture of Dolly Varden ls on the
liles of DOLLY VARDEN SONG, Dolly Varden
alop. Dolly Varden Schottische, and Dolly Var
PU Waltz. Each piece 50 cents.
lATON'S NEW METHOD FOR THE CORNET,
Price $1 50,
j now In season. All who wish to make a noise j
i the world may easily accomplish it by taging
p the practice of this fascinating instrument,
nth the aid or this excellent Method.
I EMS UF GERM AN SONG,
Gems of Sacred Song,
Gems ol scottish Song,
Wreath or Gems.
The above collections or Vocal Gems contain
ach 200 to 2flo pages lull of the choicest German,
coltish, Sacred-or Miscellaneous songs. Very
alnable, and very moderate In price.
$2 50 In Boards; $3;bxOloth; $4 Full out.
The above Books and Pieces, sent, postpaid en
eceipt of retail price.
iLlVER DITSON A CO., j C. H. DITSON A CO.
Boston. I New York.
Coparmerstups ano ^Dissolutions
with him ia bnslness Mr. CHARLES R.
ALK. The manufacture of Engines, McCarthy
Ins and Machinery In general, will hereafter be
ar ried on under the name and firm of SMITH A
ALE, at the old stand east end Hasel street.
jno26-lmo J. RALPH SMITH.
CHARLESTON, CHARLESTON, S. O., JONE 28,
1872.-Thc Board of Directors or this Baak have
declared a Seml-Annuai Dividend of SIX (6) PER
CENT., free of government tax, payable oa and
after July 1st, 1872. WM. C. BREESE,
?3* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF |
TBE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the State orphan Asylum:
CLASS No.| is-WEDNESDAY MORNING, Jone 26.
24-38-51- 6-14-37-70-23-60-C-C1- 75
CLASS No. 14 -WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jane 26.
Witness my lund at Oharieston, S. C., 26th day
june, 1872. A. MOROSO,
juri27 sworn Commissioner.
jay THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
! BL? ASSOCIATION, for the BeaeOt of the Free
I School FD nd-OQlclftl Raffle Nnmbers :
RAFFLE CLASS No. 676-MOBNING.
I 29-13-77-34- 8-55-48-72-35-7G-27-32
RAFFLE CLASS No. 676-EVBNINO.
63-10-11-54-37- 7-60- 5-4G-48-27-75
As witness oar nanda at Charleston this, seth
day of Jane, 1872. _
j un2: Sworn Commissioners.
^NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RAILROD COMPANY.
The State, ex Relations the Attorney-G?n?ral?
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES O. QIBBES,' JAMES R. PRINGLE and
others, Plain 1 I?H, vs. the Greenville and Oolam- j
bia Railroad Company and others, Defendants.
The undersigned navlng, by order of his Honor
Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Judge or the Fifth
Circuit, dated Junel8th, 1872, been appointed Ref?
eree on ihe above stated cases to ascertain and
report, amona: otter things, the amount of in?
debtedness of thc greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, with authority by advertisement
to require alt creditors to establish their respec?
tive demands before him
Notice ta hereby given to all and singular the
cpwmors of ihe said Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company, whoiher holding bonus or the
first mortgage, bonds or ceri locates or indebted?
ness guaranteed t>y the State, bonds or certifi?
cates nf indebtedness of the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds or claims ot any other
character, 11 present and establish their respec?
tive claims before the undersigned as Referee, at
his office In Columbia. South Carolina, on or be?
fore tue 1st day or October next, at which time
bis report on such claims will be made up and
submitted to the conn in the said cases.
JOHM S. G REEN, Referee.
Columbia, S. C., June 19,1872. jua27-12thll
?STONE POUND OF THE "DOLLAR
REWARD SOAP" washes from ten to firteen doz?
en pieces or ordinary family washing.
00WIE, MOISE k DAVIS, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
nar- EXPERIENCE WARRANTS US
in recommemding HALL'S VEGETABLE SICIL?
IAN HAIR RENEWER as a sore remedy for gray
^HEALTH, THE POOR MAN'S
riches, the rich man's bliss, ls round In AYER'S
MEDICINES, arter a fruitless search among other
remedies. ' A word to the wlseU su indent.
^NOTICE.-THE PUBLIC ARE
hereby Informed that Rantowle's Bridge, In St.
Andrew's Palish, has been Injured and rendered
unsafe for passage. AB soon as repaired notice j
will be given to the travelling public.
?aB* OFFICE CHARLESTON GAS?
LIGHT COMPANY, JONE 26th, 1872.-The Board
of Directors of tills Company havlog declared a
j Semi-Annual Dlvtlend of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
LEKRJUTA RP. ?t. tne Capital Stock of this Com?
pany, the same will be^^ato Stocltuoiuers on
and after MONDAY, In July, 1872.
Transfer Books will be closed from this date to |
1st July, 1872. W. J. HERIOT,
Jun26-0 Secretary and Treasurer.
pit- TO SHIPMASTERS AND AGENTS.
I would respectfully give notice that the Wharves
at Weat Point Mills will no longer be allowed as a
pince or landing rot Boats from vessels anchored
In Ashley River, or is a point for snipping Stores
or Supplies to vessels. WM. LEB BY,
ju 024-0 Agent.
pf PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH
CAROLINA, CHARLESTON, JONE 24,1872.-The
Board pf Directors having declared a DIVIDEND
OF ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE on the Consolidat?
ed and. In the same proportion, on the Unconsoli?
dated Stock, the BBme will be paid on and arter
MONDAY, 1st proximo. JAMES B. BETTS,
IN COMHON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex par e BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. DAV ANT, Cou missioner, vs. the Trustees ol
the College of Beatfort.-Pnrsnan t to the order or |
the Hon. C. B. FARBER, Judge, in the above stated
ca-e. notice ls hereby given to all and alor dar
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIGQ
that sold Court his limited and allowed ninety
days from the date of this order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at his o?lce, m the Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JODD,
0. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, s. C., Jane 14, 1872. junw-oo
SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's Island, la now prepared to famish the
residents (and those intending to locate there
daring the summer months) with their supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wlBb to patronise me.
Very respectfully, . F. L. O'NEILL.
?BTBURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST I
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TTE?TK)?~! PALMETTO STATE
RIFLE OL?B.-You are hereby summoned
io ne and appear at the foot of Broad street, on
FRIDAY MORNING, June 28. nt. i o'clock, for (he
Celebration of the 28th ol June, at Mount Pleas?
ant. Hy order. RIX WHITEN,
ATTENTION ! WASHINGTON LIGHT
INFANTRY RIFLE OLUB.-Members who
tuteud participating in thc Festivities of the Pal?
metto Guard Klfte Club on the 29th, are earnestly
requested to meet the Committee, at the Club
Dall, Tui8 EVBNINO, ar. 8 o'clock. Members will
please be punctual, as final arrangements will be
made. JAMES B. OWKNS,
jun27 _ Chairman Committee.
ALL CIGAR MAKERS ARE RESPECT?
FULLY" Invited to attend a Meeting for the
purpose of organizing a Union and securing a
Charter from the international Union. AU wish?
ing to join wl'h us are respectfully Invited to at?
tend Tnis EVENING, ats o'clock, at Market Had.
By order of the chairman p rotem. Jun27-*
ANTED,^^00rT WASHER AND
Cook for a small family; two rooms fur?
nished. Apply at No. 147 Calhoun street.
WANTED, ?A CAPABLE COOK AND
WASHER, also a House Girl. None need,
apply who cannot produce recommendation. Ap?
ply at No. 78 Wt ntworth street, one door north
of St. Phillp street._Jnn27-1
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL, OF
good character, to make herself generally
useful. Apply at No. 23 Legare street. .
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, AS CHAM?
BERMAID and to take charge of children.
Recommendations required. Apply at No. 65 tinsel
AHOUSE SERVANT WANTED, ONE
who can furnish a satisfactory certificate
iroin last employer. Apply to R. 8. GANTT, No.
25 Coming si reet. jun27-i*
WOOD! WOOD I W00D1 WOOD!
$3 75, $4, (4 25, $4 50. Wanted to
Inform the consumers of Wood that they can
save 25 per cent, by supply log their warns THIS
DAY on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Wharf, viz: Yellow Pinn Wood at i s 75 to $4 per
Cord; Oak Wood $4, $4 25 to $4 50 per Cord.
WANTED, A FEMALE SERVANT, AT
No. 2 Lad-on's court._JOD26
WANTED, A CAPABLE AND RELI?
ABLE Colored Washerwoman. Apply at
16 Wentworth street, south bide, near East Bay.
WANTED, A SITUATION, AS HAR
NEaS-uiakcr, orin any other capacity, by
a colored mau. who can give thc best or references
os to character. Apply to JOHN A. DIX, at Tris
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part or the city. Address "Q," at. this office, stat
mg location, terms, Ac._lc hs
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest uud best warranted
Sewing Machine in the market la the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $25 and $37. Con be seen at tho Gene?
ral Agency, No. 256 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L. BjgSgLL._Jania-emoa
W~ ANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
industrious LAO, with an ordinary
knowledge ol arithmetic, tn assist in keeping a
Country store on Ed into Island. Wages irom
S8 to $10 per month, besides board uud wash -
lng. Address M., otnee or me NRWS. Jnni2
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the lact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
Lite Policies, luanring the lives or partners In
business, so that, on the death or either,.thc
amount insured ror ls paid to the surviving party,
lt also tusares husband and wire on thc same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position .aa Teacher lu some
public institution, or aa private tutor In a fara:ly.
No objections to going Into the country. Can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches of a good education. Salary or not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., at the otfloe ol thia paper,
Cost ano if anno.
L"~?ST IN' WENTWORTH STREETT
about ten o.'clock last night, o ciuria-a*??
?Mui i^ever Cfo LU ? ATC if. juim Harrison,
Liverpool, maker, No. 17,408. If left at the house
or Hook and Ladder Oumpany, No. 2, a suitable
reward will be given._Juu27-2
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM CORNER
of Lucas and Calhoun atreeta, a NEW?
FOUNDLAND DOG, about hair grown, white, with
part or bead black, and black spot on back. An?
swers to the name or "Sultan." A suitable re?
ward will be paid ror us recovery. jun27-l*
FOR SALB CHEAP, AN OTTAWA
BEER FOUNTAIN, with all the hxtures com?
plete. Inquire at No. 138 East Bay, next door
above F. Kreaael's Fruit store._Jun27-1*
ORANGES ! ORANGES 1 !-E X T R A
large ones and sweet, anti a lot of very floe
Lemons, cheap; also, large Texas Pecan Nuts,
English Walnuts, uti sound, and very good Dates,
just arrived at KLEIN'S, No. 339 King street.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
aud at the shoucst notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Madlines for sole, very low. J. L.
LUNSFURD, son th street, north or Wentworth.
0"Yfi^^? :R?^?r^oT 2jT~BRO?D
street, ander Messrs. Pressley. Lord &
Inglesby. Apply at No. l Hayne street.
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
BUILDING, on the north side of Hayne
street. Large cistern on the premises. Apply at
No. 1 Hayne street._may30-thstu
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on Sullivan's
Island, within six minnies' walk of the Steam?
boat Lauulog,' containing eight square rooms,
pan try,-do ut, ie piazzas, Ac. On the premises are
a large clatern and well or water, and all neces?
sary outbuildings. Also, a tine Vegetable Gar?
den under cultivation. To an approved tenant,
the rent will be moderate. Apply to 3. S. D.
MUCKENF?S8, No. 67 Hasel street. jon25
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 9 ANN STREET,
opposite Aiken's Park. Apply at No. 122
Trudd street, west end, to John Kenney.
IJIHE 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 M>NUF'G CO.,
apr5-lyr No. 209 King street.
C A~R D .
AU operations In DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANDERSON in the moss scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
?1 H AS. LIEBENROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
*3-Highcsr. prices poid tn Cash for Crude Tnrpon
T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AND DI8TILI,RR8 OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for Grade.
aprlP-emos " _
QTTO A. MOSES, PH. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
Bxactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro
pertles reported upon, and Worklupt Plans tar?
nished. Separating and Metalinrglo?l Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special atten'loo
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drags, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
dec23-stnth6mn No. 28 George street.
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OF
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY Nt WS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PEB
rjIHE STEEDMAN HOUSE,
AIKEN; 8. C.,
Solicits tuc patronage of the Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minnies' waite from
Depot and Pcstoftlce. Jnnn-lmo
AT AIKEN, S. O,
At the ALLEN Hu USE during the ensuing
Summer Months. Apply early to Mrs. N. L.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MU., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated In one of the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, aad
consequently well adapted for a Sommer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
niflcleniiy lurnlshcd with baths and other, con?
veniences on every floor. Is now open for the re?
ception ot those com emplatlng a tour of pleasm e
the coming season. The cars ran within a square
of the house. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCO fT, Proprietor. - junB-4mos
This Waterldg Place, well and favorably known
to ?-oath Carolinians, situated 8 rolles from Spart
tanburg Courthouse, m one of thc ????hi?;,
neighborhoods ot the state, ls now open to re?
ceive guests, and no pains will be spared to ren?
der a sojourn there pleasant and agreeable.
Board, $2 60 per day; $12per week; $35 single
month, or $30 ser month for two or more
months. D. B. CLAYTON A SON,
JJ O T I. O E.
The BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, off White
Point Garden, has been thoroughly repaired 1n
all Its various departmeuts, und will be opened
on 13th instant for accommodation of visitors.
The Soda Water and Iee Cream Departments will
be under the immediate superintendence of the
Proprietor. Thanking the public for past favors,
I would most respectfully BOllClt their patron?
age. u M. M0MANMON, .
J^-EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TKI-WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asheville next day by 1 P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville la the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson ville tn daylight.
Fare io Flat Rock $6; to Asheville $7.
may3-2mo_W. P. BLAIR.
NEW ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
IROCKBRIDQE CO., VA.
Thia new Watering Place will be open for the
reception of visitors on the IST DAY OF JOLY.
The waters have been long aud favorably
known, bnt until lately no Improvements have
been made for the entertainment of the pnbUc
A Jolut stock company, chartered nader the
name of the Ji RDAN ROCK BRIDGE ALUM
SPRINGS, hus been organised with ample capital
Tne Company have completed ti.Is season a new
and elegant Hotel, famished throughout ia the
very best Bty le.
Tue mineral waters are both Alum and chaly?
beate; the former being efficacious In all chronic
diseases, such as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Chronic Dysentery, Scrofula. Incipient
consumption, Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
the latter as a general ionic, and la of great valne
In those affections which are peculiar to the
female constitution. The accommodations will
be first-class in every respect.
ROUTH.-The Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the Hoe of the Chesapeake and Oblo Rail?
road, and within eleven to thirteen hoars of Rich?
mond, washington and Baltimore by rall. CoL
M. G. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trains twice a day at Goshen Depot.
Board, per day, $3; four weeks, $00. For far?
ther particulars, apply to C. H. LUCK,
(P.O. as above,) formerly of the Spottswood Hotel,
Richmond. _ Jun24-lmo
riAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
II AM ron i nu OOrjifTT, WBUT TIBG1N?A,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA.
This delightful WATERING PLACE baa been
thoroughly refitted, and ls now kept In the best
modem style. Its waters are Alkaline, and have
a wide celebrity for their prompt and happy ac?
tion In Dyspepsia, Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, including Calculus, lo various Skia Dis?
eases, ano in their admirable effects on the t?male
Constitution, the air nf Capon ls unsurpassed in
all the mountains of virginia for salubrity, elas?
ticity and n ry neaa. Its splendid Baths were de?
clared by sir Henry Bulwer, when on n visit here
with Mr. Webster, as hardly equaled by anything
he had seen in Europe.
For our pamphlet, with fall particulars of rates,
charges, Ac, apply to A A SOLOMONS A CO.,
Druggists, or to the undersigned, by mall.
Jnn8-imo FRAZIER A SALE, Proprietors.
HE HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated for the cure of Rheumatism, Goat, Paraly?
sis, Torpor of Liver, Chrome Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Diseases of the Uterus, Affections of the
Skin, especially of Syphilitic origin, and numer?
ous Chrenlo Diseases.
Vary In temperature from 60 to 110 degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Chronic
Bath. They are moreover found to prepare the
system for the beneficial action of waters found
at the varions other Mineral springs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely used at the most celebrated spas In Ger?
many, and which give sufferers the benefit of the
very valuable remedial agents contained in the
Mineral Mud. These Springs offer UNSURPASS?
ED ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid ana Pleas?
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to those of lirst-dasn city h tels. Every
modem Improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. CABELL, M. D., of the Unlversl
ty of Virginia, Resident Physician. For Pam?
phlets and circulars, address s. c. TARDY A CO.,
Richmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath uonnty, Va._may22-2mo
Ujatcrjes, Jemeirg, Ut.
ALL, BLACK <fc CO
NOB. 685 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sole ol their Immense stock of
urlng the summer months. All goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the hartness._ JnnlQ
<? tm ca tiona i.
VX SCHOOL.-Instruction will oe given and the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 8 A. M. to 2 P.
M, at the Depository, Chalmers street, jump
?UllintrSt Strum ?D?OS, tft.
g~PRING O P E NI XQkT~
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KINO STREET,
Will open TBIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Beady
Sole Agent for Mlle, DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPBNDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING In all Its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention,
m ch 2S-tnt _?
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE. -THIS
superb Bair Dye 1B the best lu the world. Per-'
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A Batchelor 's Hair
Dye produces immediately a Bplendld black or
natural brown. Doee not stain the skin, bat
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists...
Factory 16 Bond street, New York.
(Bkoctxin, 3tiqttorgf &t.
gYRUP ! SYRUP ! SYRUP* !
loo bbl?. Gloucester SugarhouseSYRUP.
In store and tor sale low at
Joo27-thsta3 Noa. 21 and 23 Vendne Bange.
?VTAPHEY'S CELEBRATED CANNED
il LARD !
? ? ? i '
The undersigned has always on hand 3. 5 and
10-pound Canned LARDu>f tho celebrated brand
as above spec Hied, and would call the attention of
the Wholesale and Retail Dealers to the'same.
The Lard ts neatly pot up, and guaranteed - to be
pure and without any faults; also, foll weight
guaranteed. - GERHARD RlEOKE,
Agent for Factory,
Jnn27-thstu3 Nos. 21 and 23 Yendne Range.
gTR?PS, SHOULDERS AND BUTTER.
4 bbls. Choice a 0. STRIPS
4 bbls. Cholee S. 0. Shoulders
20 tubs Choice Batter
20 tubs Mtdlum Butter.'
Just arrived, and for sale low by
Jun27-l_.__. No. 188 East Bay. '
BUTTER AND CHEESE AT REDUCED
PRICES. Landing and in store by
ADOLPH NIM TZ.
Jan2S-2 _No. 209 East Bay.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
loo nu's. N. 0. MOLASSES .
loo bbls. and tierces Muscovado Molasses
loo bois. S. H. Syrup
150 tierces (email) S.O. Hams ?
60 hhds. 0. R. Sides ^>
60 hhds. Shonldera . ....
loo bbla. and half bbls Nos. 1,2 and 8 Mack?
76 boxes (small) Factory Cheese . '? . ''?
loo kegs and tabs Choice Batter. Si
For sale low by .. . ^
: STEFFENS, WERNER >. L.t. CK Efe.
jnn26-lmo : ; Vendue Rafrge.
g R EM EN BEER AND PALE ALE.
100 basks BREMEN BOTTLED BEER
10 casks Bags A Co.'s Pale Ale.
In store and to arrive. For sale by
]un25-tntb2_No. iso East Bay.
VALENTINE'S . PREPARATION OP
Jost received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Cod liver OH, and
destroys the taste of the OIL ?y
Tneonly food for delicate children.
This is much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be found
upon trial. For sale by Dr. B. BAER,
Jan7_No. 131 Meeting street.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY?
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
varions vintages, la
Quarter casks *
, AND . .
_Oases or one dozen bottles.each. ' .
JUIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na no East Bay, offer for
aale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.
Y?L KIRK AL E.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
aale an Invoice of "Falkirk" ALB, landing dlroot
from Glasgow, in Pinta. MORDECAI A 00..
p OB TO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A GO., No. no' East Bay. offer for
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. MORDECAI A 00.
p RIME WHITE CO RN.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East'Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks.
_._MORDBOAIA 00. !
?HOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory In Havana. ?? ' : . .
.J^-D-JCK ? N TIN E O A N DI E'S,
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sala
by * A. TOBIAS' SONS.
feb2ft-amos ~ ' \ ?'?' .
g ULLI VANS ISLAND StlPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
8. H. WILS ON & B BO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such of the
Islanders ai patronize them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure In taking charge or any
gooda bought in Charleston, not In oar line, to
deliver to our Customers. A.
Any orders entTttstajJftto onr care, either liroar
line of business or not, will mnet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINES'!
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
.... .. ..
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respect fully,
8. H. WILSON A B BO. ^
No. soe KINO STRIKT, OHABJLWTON, S. 0.