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SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1872.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Hon. Michael C. Kerr, one of the ablest and
most Influential Democratic members of Con?
gress, and a colleague of Hon. D. W. Voorhees,
in a letter to a friend In Washington, says:
"Greeiey ls the man. It Is u?00dy
could stem the wave In that direction in Indl
ana-flt was and Is uncompromising and Irresisti?
ble*: all the proceedings of our conventions
mean Greeley; the delegations to Baltimore
mean Greeley. We must fight it out under that
old white hat. What a Moses! Gods! (Tho, six
or "three months ago, would nor. have pro?
nounced such an event Impossible?"
-The courageous manifesto ot the Duke ol
Montpensler, claiming the throne of Spain for
Alphonso, BOU of the ex-Queen Isabella, is not
likely to be followed by any tumult among
Spaniards or any hostile demonstrat ion what?
ever by the Orleanlst duke himself. The young
Alphonso, now fltteen years of age, has been
be. throttled to Mercedes; daughter of the duke,
who Is three years his Junior,tand this mani?
festo of the duke ls simply as ll he were to say,
"I want that throne for these children when
Amadeus gets tired ot lt, provided no otb**"'
. gentlemen desires to possess it." It^i**^*T
time, the ex-Queen holds mlm??'?'urt lQ Paris,
and the hopeful couple via see many changes
in the affairs of Spain before they are old
enough to be married.
-When Lord Dalling and Bulwer died lately
he left no child to Inherit his honors, and last
autumn his brother, the novelist, lost his ouly
grandson, the son of Orven Meredith; so that
these eminent brothers seemed, so far as the
ultimate transmission of their honors went,
to have obtained them for nothi ng. However,
a few weeks ago. Lord Lytton's daughter-in
law presented her husband, to whom -a
good deal of her father's ability seems to have
descended, with a son and heir. Lord Lytton
inherited his beautiful seat, Knebworth, from
his mother, sole heiress and representative ol
the ancient Saxon ram Hy of Lytton. He ls an
admirable man ot business, and nas considera?
bly Increased the value of his property by
skilful management. His- books, too, have '
been very lue alive.
-The crop of ".frightful" disasters promises I
lat gc this season. Ou Saturday there was a
repetition of the Norwalk, Carr's Rock, New J
-Hamburg and Revere disaster on the Grand
Trun k Ballway of Canada, and about ttie baute I
honr Chicago witnessed in the fatal burning of
two members of an Insurance patrol, In the dis
charge of their duty, a disaster wr -ch ls al
most overlooked among the horrors of the day.
San Francisco, a few hours later, was startled J
by an explosion which wrecked six buildings,
and on Sunday the Imprisoned forces in the j
chemists' shop at Naw York shattered a build
lng and wounded more thau twenty persons,
and at midday two tralu. >n a Pennsylvania
railroad rushed Into each other, killing two
persona and wounding several others. The I
next thing now In order ls a steamboat exp?o
sion and great loss of Ufe on some one of the
-Ihe New York Tribune publishes statistics
of forty trades now en strike in New York I
City and vicinity. These statistics are com
piled from statements supplied principally by I
the employers, but a portion of the informa?
tion has been given or verified by the work?
men, who have, however, collected no statis
tics, and are unable to lurnish anything more*
' than estimates. The Tribune furnishes a table j
giving the figures in reference to each trade, I
and the totals are as follows: Men employed
when shops are full, 83,938; meu who struck,
60,050; men working eight hours, 36,050; men
working at ten hours, 27,224; men still on
strike, 11.493; loss to employers by the strike, I
12,0*3,560, and loss of wages to men by strike,
$L~674,950. Assuming the above figures to
represent the losses incurred in strikes of an j
average duration of one year, lt is calculated
that the direct loss to the workingmen and
their employers would amount to $41,814,000 I
If the strike were to continue for one year.
-The Jewish Church, press and public in j
New York, primarily, and wherever else the
story bas run, have been scandalized by a mar?
riage between a German Jew ol wealth and J
good connections and bis brother's widow, a
union which, according to the Hebrew inter- J
pretatlon of Mosaic law, !s Incestuous and an
un pardonable sin. The parties were both rich
and very much In love with each other, but
an obstacle, fixed generations ago by an Or-1
thodox European Synod, stood in the way and
threatened excommunication lt they consum- 1
. mated their vows in wedlock. Several Rab?
bis refused to unite them, and only when the
bridegroom equivocated and told Dr. HuebBCh
that he was a cousin ol the bride's first hus- 11
band would he solemnize their marria<"?
The Jewish Times refers to lt as an Incestuous
marriage, and severely crltlclsea Dr. Huebsch
as gullly of wilful complicity with the patties,
or criminal negligence.
-Tichborne, "the claimant," Beems to be
Stirring up the provincials of England ns j
muon as he lately excited the Londoners with
his celebrated trial. He ls making an ex?
tensive jc?gp<?uong the towns and cities, ex?
hibiting mmself and collecting all the funds
he can. The London News says: "He wus
lately received at .-outhamptlon with music
and cheering; he was serenaded by a brass
band playing tunes appropriate to triumphal j
entries; and finally, having been deposited in
a carriage drawn by four gray horses, jockeyed
by riders in fancy costume?, he was conveyed
In state to his hotel. We are told that the
people filled the 'balconies and windows, and
crowded for the privilege of touchiug hands I
with him. It appears that there is a regular
claimant's livery, and his body-j-uard are
decorated with rosettes. The claimant will
be as practiced an orator as Mr. Onslow be
fore he has concluded his wanderings, and he
ls bound always to speak as well as to exhibit
himself to ihe friends of his cause. He has
also a newspaper entirely devoted to his In?
terests, called the Tichborne Gazette."
\ -An opera composed by a real live Prince j
is the latest sensation In London. The com- j
poser is not unknown to fame In varions ways.
Prince Pouiatowekl, the grand-nephew of
Stanislaus, the last Polish Kin?, is now a sex?
agenarian wrto=e lile has bpen a queer mixture
of music, diplomacy and exile. His early pre?
dilections were In lae direction of art, and
and when still quite young, he not only
brought out an opera at Florence, but also
sustained the tenor part in it himself. The
next year lie gave the cue to Offenbach by
composing the quite celebrated and meritori?
ous operaboufi'e, "Don Desiderio," which
gained the Prince no little fame aud money
in all the capitals of Europe. After writing
Ave or eix other operas in quick succession,
he suddenly veered toward politics, an? ap?
peared ai Paris, London and Brussels as min?
ister plenipotentiary from Tuscany. He soon
settled at Paris and became attached to the
list ol Louis Napoleon's adherents. The fall of |
the Empire exiled him, and he now turns up
J In London 'n his old role of composer. uGel
mina" is the name of his present work, and
Adelina Patti gives it adequate expression,
and Alls thc house nightly; Botwilhritanding
' which ir. is almost unkind lo say that the
, the opera ls not regarded as mHsically a suc?
cess. But with a Prince to write ihe music
and a Diva to slug it, what more would the j
The Registration of Stale Bonds.
The New York Journal of Cbmpierce,'\n
its review of the money market on Tueaduy ,
"We have at hand th" ??"?piattit* of lA Con- j
stant Reader' touching the case of the Soul h
Carolina bonds. As far as we can ascertain,
o xiegidlatore, believing that spurious bonds
had been issued and were in the market,
passed an act limiting the recognition of the
Stale to such bonds as should be registered
at the office of the Commercial Warehouse
Company in this city. So lar the action of the
State may have been very proper; but the
law not only failed to mate any provision for
the payment to this company of the expenses
of such legislation, but, if we understand the
case rightly, expressly siipulated that such
registration should be entirely at the expense
of the public creditors, and should cost the
State nothing. An agreement was arranged
between the committee of the Slock Ex-.,
change and the Commercial Warehouse'*'0111"
pany to ca? ry this registration 'fnto effect,
each bondholder beingj^Co pay his share of |
ihe cost, which-* (supposed .would be
aDont Qp^qil?rter ol cue per cent After this |
agr?ment had been signed the Commercial
'Warehouse Company expressed some mis?
givings in relation lo it, lest it should Involve
that institu? lon in some pecuniary liability If
any spurious bonds were registered, and a
modiQcaiion ot the agreement was requested.
According to the representations of ihe
officers or Ihe company, the Stock Exchange
declined to vary the terms of the agreement,'
and they accordingly put the rate up to one
per cent, on the par value of the bonds, which
they charge every bondholder who presents
bis voucher for registration. We regard this
as an exhorbitant charge, and tho plea for lt
as wholly unsatisiactory tu tho public."
-The law referred to (Act or March 13,
1872,) does not make any provision for the
expense of registering the bonds, but it does \
not provide, expressly or by implication,
that the registration shall be at the expense
of tim public creditors. Tho law declares
the Commercial Warehouse Company, in the |
City of New York, and the Carolina National
Bank, in the City of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, "Lo be authorized places for the regis?
tering of the bonds, coupons or stocks" of
the State, and "they are authorized * *
"* to immediately adv?rtise * * * to
"(he holders ot all the bonds, coupons or
"stock of tbe Stale of South Carolina the
"necessity of registering their bonds, cou
"pons or8tocks at one of tho above author?
ized places of registry." The low also
sets forth the way in which tbe registration
shall be conducted, and makes it "the duty"
of the Warehouse Company and of the Caro?
lina National Bank to publish "quarterly
"statements" of the amount of bonds, cou?
pons or stocks registered by theu\ In view
of these provisions, it is clear to our mind
that the expense of registration was intended
to be borne by tbe State, which for its own
convenience and for its own safety, ns much
os for thc protection of the public, desig?
nated the places of registration, und requires
that no interest shall be paid on any bonds
or stocks until so registered. There is no
justification whutever for the charge which
the Warehouse Company have seen fit ,to
The Jews in Ronmania.
The persecution of the Jews L the Rou?
manian principalities is a disgrace to the
civilization of the age. The countries alon?
the Bboresof the Danube havo for centuries
made that region a favorite Jewish centre.
Tbe resnlt of the Crimean war was supposed
to be a gain to the Jews. The treaty of |
1856, and the subsequent additional treaty
signed by the convention of 1858, made full
provision for the religious liberty of ail the
European subjects of the Sultan. Article
46 of the convention of 1858 guarantees
equal liberty to all Christian creeds, with
the privilege of legislative extension to all
other rites. In 1870, such were the encour?
agements given in Roumania, the Israelites
bad increased to the number of four hundred
thousand, and the synagogues at the same
date numbered one hundred and seventy- J
six. It is said that in France, about that
period, the Jews did not exceed in number
one hundred and sixty thousand, and that in
the three kingdoms of England, Scotland
and Ireland there were not over forty-live
thousand of that unmixed race. In 1858,
Moldavia and Wallachia were united under
the common name of Roumania, and the
rapid increase of the Jewish population in
t.he united principalities, with their activity
and growing prosperity, became a source of |
trouble to the government of Prince Charles.
The trouble, as all the world knows,
has continued autil this day. It is
eaid that in no pint .pf the world are
the children of Israel sb persecuted as
they have been in Roumania. Ttxtjjritish
government and our own have remonstra?
ted in regard to it, and now the British and
Italian governments have proposed a con?
ference of the great powers on the subject,
and to debate also the propriety of a direct
allied pressure on the Roumanian govern?
ment to compel measures for the executive
repreLSion of tte barbarous outburst against
the Jews in that country. Prince Gortcha
kofT reclines, on behalf of Russia, being de?
terred by apprehensions that the proposi?
tion will serve only to excite an agitation of
the dreaded Eastern question. He agrees,
however, that tbe powers more immediately
interested shall address a .' j'nt note to the
Roumanian government dei anding an ex?
planation of its intentions ai.3 a definition
of the guarantees which Prince Charles can
offer for the protection of the Jews in the
future, and thus awaken the Bucharest ex?
ecutive lo ?sense of its official responsibili?
ties. Should the Boumanian reply prove
unsatisfactory to the consignatories of the
note, the Emperor of Russia would propose
a settlement of the difficulty on the basia o?
the treaty of 1858. The Prussian govern?
ment is paid to take the same ground as
1 Russia. It is to be hoped, in the interests of
humanity and civilization, that such a pres
I sure will be brought to bear upon Koumanla
1 as will prevent the recurrence of barbarities.
Labor vs. Capital.
Discussing in the most dispassionate and
able manner the labor question, the New
York Bulletin tru'y says that the working?
men in that city are organizing idleness aa
a remedy for their grievances,, and using all
their resources to prevent themselves and
others from workiug. The result of all this
may be summed up in the following terse
language: "The whole issue resolves itself j
into the question whether Capital shall
starve out. Labor or shall Labor drive out
Capital? In either case tho suffering and
loss tOjNaw York must be very great; but
whether the loss shall be permanent depends
on me result. If the piano, furniture, print?
ing, sewing machine, iron and the ship?
building trades (or what remains of ihe
lutter) sholl be driven from New York, the
workmen will have only a barren victory.
Our most nourishing trades will have been
banished and destroyed, and those that re?
main will only be on a limited scale and lo
supply immediate locatavants." It is to bu
remembered that nothing can so readily take
lo itself wings and fly away as Capital. Il
can be easily transferred, much more so
than Labor; and when a trade has been
once driven from a locality experience shows
that it can never be regained.
Tne F ure to Baltimore.
We ace ?-v??rfired that, through the cour
L?eey~ and influence of Mr. S. S. Solomons,
agent of the Northeastern Railroad Com
pany,4he fare of Delegates from Charleston
to the National Democratic Convention at
Baltimore and return has been reduced from
the usual rate, $42, to $28 62
A REPRESENTATIVE LIFE OF HORACE GREELEY.
Willi un Introduction by L. W. Reavis.
New York: G. W. Carleton & Co. 1872.
Cloih. Pp. 679. Price $2.
It ls very well understood that lhere are
tens of thousands ot Southerners who do not
care to read any life of Mr. Greeley which
I goes back beyond the end of the wnr. There
are mauy more, equally sincere, who are
eager to read the strange history of the poor
farmer's boy, who promises to be the next
President of the American Union. The first
class need only peruse the bright pages, be?
ginning the day after the surrender of Lee,
where Mr. Greeley, In the midst of a whirl
of fanatic hate, preaches magnanimity aud
peace. These articles and speeches were uot
produced under the excitement ot a party
nomination, and for the furtherance of per?
sonal ambition. Far from this, they were
made when to hold such sentiments was to
expose oneself to a storm of obloquy and re?
proach. Mr. Greeley kept tho even tenor of |
his way; the same In 1865 as in 1872; the same
when pleading for reunion and peace ns when
bidding the thieving carpet-baggers go back
The present life of Mr.-Greeley ls not ex?
pected to take high rank as a literary work;
but, by narrative and copious extracts from
his writings and speeches, lt delineates the
character of the man, shows his energy and
sincerity, his unflinching firmness In advo?
cating the doctrine to which he was wedded,
and the wonderlul victory which he has
achieved over the circumstances and the pre?
judices of tho limes. This book enables one
to understand Mr. Greeley, and, even when
his opinions and Ideas are most different from
our own, his frankness and steady Integrity
still compel respect
For "?ale at Holmes's Book House.
^THITNEY'S SOAP FACTORY,
CORNER REID AND NASSAU STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The nnderslgned having leased the above Old
Established Factory, and put tho same in work?
ing order, aro now prepared to Manufacture all
grades or Family Soap of the beat qualities, and
are determined to auatatn tho old established re?
putation of Its original founder. F. H. Whitney.
We havo now manufactured and on hand a-out
(7000) seven thousand pounds of Extra Family and
other grades to which we invite the a: ten Hon or
tte trade. We warrant the article now on hand
as good ir not superior lu purity to any sold lu
this market, and respectfully solicit the patron
acre of the i ltiz ns.
We have also on hand an 'excellent quality of J
Soft Soap, suitable for washing woollen good's |
and scouring floors and paint. Caustic Lye,
Beef cracklings, Ac.
Highest cash prices paid for Tallow, ship or
kitchen Crease, or In exchange for soap.
jan28-3 PETSCH BROTHERS.
ii ns nr an cc. -
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GOROON.President.
ASSETS January lat, 1872..$1,241,947 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston or the above Company,
with the right to take risks In any portion or
South Carolina, would Invite the attention or his
friends and the public generally to a few argu?
menta in ita favor. lt la a
P?RELY SOUTHERN COMPANY,
and Invests all Its accumulations at the South.
It ls ably managed and has a large capita!. It
does business on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates as low as any other sound Company
In the Country.
^?all at my office and allow me to show you the
longTiat^or Policyholders, which ls the best evi?
dence of strength m a Company.
Agent for Charleston, 8. C.,
No. 31 Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
apr ? 5_North Arian tie wharf.
???- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye Is the best in the world. Per
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or nnpleas
ant odor. The genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye prodnces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Doee not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only sare and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory is Bond street. New York.
OF CHARLEVTON, ?. C., JONE 28,1872.-Tne
Board of Directors of mis Bank having declared a
?seml-Annu.il Dividend of Five Per Cent., free of
Government Tax, the same will be paid on and
after 1st of July next. - H. Q. LOPER,
?ar ONION BANK OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, CH\RLESTON?'27Tn JUNE, 1872 -DIVI?
DEND.-A Seml-Annoil Mvldend or FfVE PER
CENT, (free from taxpaying been declared by
the Board of Directora,'lin aame will be paid on
and after MONDAY, lat'Jnly proximo. -
E. D. ALEXANDER,
jun29-3 * v Cashier.
pm* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OP
TBE CHARLESTON JO'UT MOCK. COMPANY Xor
the benefit of the Mate orphan A SJ lum :
CLASS No. 17-FRI??Y MORNINO, Jane 28.
CLASS No. is-FKIPIY EVENING, Jone 28.
20-67-62-56-73-31-75- 6- 1-41-64-37
WI:nets my hand at Ciarieston, S. C., 28th day
June. 1872. A. MOROSO,
junas Sworn Comml?Bloner.
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION", for the Benefit of the Free
School Fnn4-Official Raffle Numbera:
RAFFLE CLASS KO. 679-MORNING.
RAFFLE CLASS No. SSO-KVRNINO.
AS witness our nandi at Charleston thia J8tb
day ol June, 1872.
Jun29 Sworn Commlsslonesa.
pm* MOULTRIEVILLE, SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND, JUNE i8, 1872.-An flection will be held
at Monlirlevltie, Saillvan'a Inland, on WEDNES?
DAY, the tenth (10th) day or July, 1872, for an In?
tendant and five Wardens for the Town of Moul
irievlile, io serve for the ensuing year.
The polia will be opened from six (0) o'clock A.
M. to six o'clock P. M., near the old Episcopal
Qtiurch. . t?
By order of the Town Donnell or Moultrievllle.
* D. B. GILLILAND.
HALL'S VEGETABLE STCM?^JJ
HAIR RENK Wt R.-The beat preparation ex: ant
ro: resti ring gray bair to Its original color, and
to keep lt so. Jnn29-atnth3
A SURE REMEDY FOR CHILLS
AND FEVER. AY ER'S AGUE OBRE never rails.
pm*TBE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND THUS t' CO J PAN V-SAVINGS DEPART?
MENT.-Depositor are requested-to leave their
Book i on and after 6th July, to be credited with
the quarterly lutereit dna lat.
A l Deposits made on or before 2Dth July will
bear Interest lrom lat July. -m
Interest Six Per cent., compounded quarterly.
JunyS-rniwlO F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier.
^-THOUSANDS WHO HAVE USED
lt remark, they never wish to nae any other thaw,
the DOLLAR REWARD SOAP.
DOVV1E, MOISE 4 DAVIS,
_Agenta, Charleston, S. C.
pm* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON, CHARLESTON', S. C., JUNE 26,
187A-The Board of Directora or thia Bank have
declared a Semi-Annuai Dividend of SIX fe) PER
CENT., free of government tax, payable on and
after Joly lat, 1872. *j WM. C..BREESE,
?BTNOTIOE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RAILROD COMPANY.
The State, ex Relatioue the Attorney-General,
P aiutitr, va. the Greenville and Colombia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES G. GIBBES, JAMES R. PEINOLE and
others, Plalniltfa, va. the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company and others, Defendants.
The underalgned nnvlng, by order or his Honor
Samnel W. Melton, circuit Judge or the Fifth
Circuit, dated June 18th; 1872, been appointed Ref?
eree on the above stated cases to ascertain and
report, among other things, the amount of in?
dented ness of the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, with authority by advertlaement
to require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive demanda before him
Notice la hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of the said Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company, woe.her holding bonus or the
flrst mortgage, bonds or certificated of Indebted?
ness guaranteed by the Mate, bonds or certifi?
cates or indebtedness or the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds oe claims or any other
character, 11 present and establish their respec?
tive c: alms before the undersigned as Referee, at
bia outee In Columbia, south Carolina, on or be?
fore the lat day or october next, at which time
bis report on such claims will be made np and
submitted to the Court In the said cases.
JOHV ?. GREEN, Referee.
Columbia, S. C., Juno 19, 1872. Jnn2712chll
pm* OFFICE CHARLESTON GAS?
LIGHT COMPANY, JUNE 25th, 1872,-The Board
of Directora or thia Company having declared a
Seml-Annual Dividend of SEVENTY-FIVE CEN1S
PER SHARE on tne capital Stock of this Com?
pany, the same wl.l be paid to Stockholders on
and after MONDAY, lat Jnly, 1872.
Transfer Booka will be dosed lrom thia date to
1st July, 1872/ W. J. HERIOT,
Jnn25-6_Secretary and Treasurer.
pm* TO SHIPMASTERS AND AGENTS.
I would respectfully give notice that the Wharves
at We-t Point Milla will no longer be allowed as a
place or landing for Boats from vessels anchored
in Ashley River, oras a* point for shipping Stores
or Supplies to vessels. WM. LEB BY,
pm* PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTJ?
CAROLINA, CHARLESTON, JUNE 24,1872.-Tbe
Board or Directors having declared a DIVIDEND
OF ONE DULL AR PER SHARE on the Consolidat?
ed and, in the same proportion, on tbe Unconsoli?
dated stock, thc aame will be patd on and after
MONDAY, lat proximo. . * JAMES B. BETTS,
Jun24_ Cash lor.
pm* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
GOUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY in re
R. J. DAV ANT, C jmmlsoloner, va. the T'uateea of
the College of beaufort - Pursuant to the order of \
the Hon. C.B. FARM KR, Jud? e, in the above stated
ca?e, notice ls bereoy given to au and singular
the Judgment creditors of WILLIAM H. WJGG
that said Court baa limited and allowed ninety
day a from the date of ihlB order In which aald
ero di; ora may prove their claims before the under?
signed, deceiver, at his office, in the Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort. S C., June 14,1872_Jun-22-60
pm* SPECIAL NOTICE.-IHE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sulllvan'a leland, la now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those Intending to locate there
during tho summer monti s) with their Supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
fac?an to all who may wlah to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. L O'NEILL.
^WBURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast Powder In onr
raminea for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence abovo all others to that prepared by
EDWARDS. BURNHAM, Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, near Calhoun street, Charles
ton, S. C. : King Mansion Boarding Honae, Julius
Petsch, B. 0. Webb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pelzer, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
Happy relief for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuaes In early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Imped? m en is
to Marriage removed. New method or treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Book?
aud Circulars sent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, fio. >? Soatb
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. cc tia
?U rt ti riga.
IO. 0. F.-SCHILLER LODGE, No.
. 30 -The KeguUr yuarieriy MeeilDff or ti-is
Lo'lge will oe bel i OQ TO-MURROW. (??uuday.i the
ootn or June, nt 8 O-CIOCK p. M., at the Odd Fel?
lows' Hall, coner King and Liberty si neis.
Member? will please come prepared to pay their
arrears. By order ut toe N. Q.
TH. UK Mt IC LI SON",
Jun29* hecordlnn secretary.
UMO \ , No. 4J.-Tue Regular Monihiy Meet
lng will be held mia J-VENINO, at half-oast 8
o'clock, at flail over Wilton's Grocerv, Ring
street. ED. B. BRADLEY,
ATTENTION ! WASHING TON LIGHT
INFANTRY RIFLE < L?H.-Aarembe at
southern Wharf THIS AFTERNOON, at hal -ian 4
o'clock precisely, la fnll uniiurm (white pauts,)
lor Escort Parade.
By order. FRED. H. HONOUR,
Jon29_Hrst Warden W. L. I. Klfl i Club.
WASHINGTON RIFLE CTJUB.-MEV?
BEKS are requ s ea io assen.-ne at Mount
Pleasant Ferry Company wiifftf, THIS AFT-BRNOON,
at 3 o'clock, lu citizens' di ess, for target prac ice.
|nn29-l? D L. QLhJ*. Jr., secretaiy.
SUMTER TRIFLE CLUB-ASSEMBLE
at Southern Wharf, lu full uniform, at three
quarters-past 6 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON, for
By order. WM. M BRUN8,
Jan-',? Secretary aod Treasurer.
W~"ANTEir~AnS BOY AC
C?STOMEU to attend horses. Apply at
No. ?O Rutlenge avenue._Jonjfcl*
WANTED, A NURSE TO MIND CHIL
DKE.v. None need apply without rrt
commendailuna. Apply at No. 6 Montague
WANTED, A SMART, HONEST BOY.
Board ?nd progressive salar? will oe g<ven.
Address Bazaar, Nus. ??Ol, 363 and 365 Klug b tree c.
IT/ANTED^A WHITE OR COLORED
VT WOMAN to nur.-e. None need apply an?
lese well recommended, and wnltog to rea ai a on
the premise^ at night. Apply at store corner
Mortis and Klug atieeta. Jun29-1*
PRIVATE BOARD WANTED IN A RES?
PECTABLE Family, by a Lady and Gentle?
man. Ad ress, with fall particular?, ''Palmetto,"
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
Cock and Wash, oood wages aud steady
euiiil.ymuat io a capable peruon. Apply at Nu.
94 Klug Streek-_Juu28
TT7ANTED, A FEMALE SERVANT, AT
***^Wtl No. I Lad-on'a court._Jun26
\XTA>iTlQ'TO PURCHASE FUR CASH,
TT a amaifBo^ae m the central or western
part of the city. Addreaa ?o,? at this office, atat
ing location, terms, AC. . fens
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and beat warranted
sewing Machino in the market ia the HUMS, S U UT
TLfc, price $26 and $87: Con be feen at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. 266 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L BlsSELL._Jania-omos
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
industrious LAU, wu ri an ordinary
knowledge ol arithmetic, to assist lu keeping a
Country store on ?duto Island. Mages iram
$8 io $10 per munni, besides uoard aud wash?
ing. Address ss., office of 1'HB Nsw*. Jun 12
WANTi?D TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the iact that the SOUTH
Etta Lift IASURANG? COMPANY issues J. dnt
Li e Policies, luaurlug the lives of partners in
business, BO that, on the neath or either, tue
uinuuut insured for ls paid to tue eui vlvlng party.
lt aiao lusureB huaband and wife un the same
plan. KBhN COFFIN, agent, No. 31 Broad street.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimon?ala, ol good character and com?
petency wlsuea a position aa Teacher lu some
pu Bile institution, or as private tutor in a ramily.
No objections to going Into the country, can
teach french, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches 01 a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. D. V., at the ooloo of this paper,
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
King street. A fine pair of atare Mule?,
io nanda high, young anu wai ranted sound. R.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable lenna
aud at thu ahuri est notice. Aiso a fow good se?
cond-hand Machluea fur sale, very low. J. L.
LU N's M. RD, s .i,iih street, nur th or Wentworth.
TO RENT, H0USE NORTHWEST
corner ur Green and cioil ge street H. Apply
tu J. L. MoSES. No. 84 aro d street. Juo28 2"
TO RENT, BOUSE No. 27 BULL
street. Low rent to good tenant. Apply
tu j. L. MOSES, No. 34 Broad street. Jang it*
OFFICE TO RENT, No. 21 BROAD
sireet, uuder Messrs. Presairy, Lord A
lug.esby. Apply at No. 1 Hayne ?street,
m ay IHM ham
TO BENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
BUILDING, on the north side of Hay ne
-ueet. Large cistern on the premises. Apply at
No 1 Hay nc street. m ay 30-1 hst u
TO RENT rOR THREE MONTHS, AT A
low rate, a desirable Dw>.LLlNG, with out?
buildings, lu the wehte m part of the cite, north or
Calhoun street, wUh pnv.iexe or usu of part o
the furniture. The Dwelling contains seven
i-quare and two attic rooms, with . aa and water.
Cuuveniencei throughout tho house, pantry and
kltcneu. Address through P. u. Key Box No. 13.
TO BENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on su li van's
in,und, within MIX minutes' wa k of tue steam?
boat Landtag, containing eight square rooms,
pa,J try, donnie piazzas, AC. Ult the premises ai 6
a large cia-ern and we l ot water, and all necea
aary outbuildings also, a Une Yegeabie Gar?
itea a der cultivation. To au approved tenanr,
the- rent win be moderate. Apply to B. s. D.
MUiKENFUsS, No. 67 Basel street. Jun25
tins nu os (Hares.
All operations In DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANuERsON in the most Bcientino manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
QHAS. LI EBEN BO OD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
??-nighest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turp?n
T. 0 H APE A ? & CO.,
DB ALBUS AND DISTILLEES OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Thc highest prices paid ror crude.
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICB UNITY ALLEY,
Over Messrs. Knobeloch A Small's Back Store.
QTTO A. MOSES, PH. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ure Drposlts. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, cres, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
riec23-RtntbSTOO No. 38 George street.
UJatctiec, JetDtirrj, ffz.
ALL, BLACK ?fe CO
N03. 665 AND 587 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their Immense stock of
tiring the summer months, AU .goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great reduction, to
lose the business. junio |
HOI FOB THE EXCOESION SATUR- j
DAT AFTERNOON. ? Sf
The Schooner ELIZABETH will leave Gommer
merdai Wharf, at half past 4 P. M., and return
at dark. Accommodations for Ladlea.
Fare 25 cents; Children half price. Jnn28-3
?m* NOTICE.-OUR READERS WHO
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPBIETOR8 OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE THE
PAPEB FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY N-.WS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
rjIHE STEEDMAN HOUSE,
AIKEN, 8. C.,
Solicits the patronage of tho Pabllc, and guar?
antee satisfaction. Three minutes' walk from
Depot and Pi.siornc'e. -JunU lmo
JT O T I O E.
i he BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, Off White
Point Garden, has been thoroughly repaired In
all Its various departments, and will be opened
on 13th in-tant for accommodation or visitors. J
The Soda Warer and I e Cream Departments will 1
be nnder the Immediate superintendence or the
Proprietor. Thanking the purtle for past favors.
I would most respectfully solicit their patron
aye. M. MOMANHON,
MOUNT I VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
AIL/., ON EUR 'PEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, ?Itu are t m one of the moat eligible
pus Ul on B in the city, on the nighest ground, ?nd
consequently well adapted fora Sommer Resort,
being comparative y cool In midsummer, mug
nifldently lurnlstied with batha and other con?
veniences on every flo <r, is now open for the re
c-pt on of i ti 'sc con emplatlng a tour of pleasu> e
the c< ming aeaxon. The caiSTun-wltnln a aqua,L
of the ii u-.c Cjachas ac all the B talions. E. V. ?
WBSTCOtT, Proptietor. " jun8-4raos
J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS^
Titi WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, w.dnasday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asheville next dav by 1 P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
1 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville In the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson ville In daylight.
Fare io Flat Rock $6; to Asheville $7.
may3-2mo_ ,_W. P. BLAIR.
N~ EW BOCKBRIDGE '. ALUM SPRINGS,
iROCKBRIDGE CO., VA.
This new Watering Place will be open for the
reception of visitors on the IST DAY or JOLY.
The waters have been long a d favorably
known, but until lately no improvements have
Deen made for the entertainment of the public
A J otu t stock company, chartered nader the
name of the J'RDAN KOUKBKlDOK ALUM
j SPRINGS, h.ia been organized ?un ample capital.
I Tne company have completed li U season a new
1 ai d elegant Hotel, furnished throughout la the
very beat st} le.
Tue mineral waters are both Alum and Chary
beare; tue former bring efllcaclona In all chronic
dmea-es, such aa Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, chronic Dysentery, ucromla. Incipient
Cou sam tlon, Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
i he latter aa a general tonic, and la of great value
In those affections which are peculiar tr the
female constitution. The accommodations win
be tint-class in every respect
HoUiB-rhe Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the due of the Chesapeake and Onto Rail?
road, ano wilbla eleven to thirteen boara of Rich?
mond, Washington and Balilmoie ny rall. Col.
M. G. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trains twice a day at Gmmen Depot.
Board. pur day, $3: four weeka. $60. For far?
ther particulars, apply to C. B. LUCK,
(P.O. aa above,) formerly of the spottswo? d Hotel,
Richmond._ ., ' ' . Jnn24-lmo
?JAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY," WEST VIRGINIA,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA. .
This dellahtfal WATERING PLACE has been
thoroughly retltted. and la now kept in the best
modern aryle. Its waters are Alkaline, and have
a wide celebrity for their prompt and happy ac?
tion In Dyspepsia, Dl-eases nf the Mdneys asd
Bladder, li.ciudlog Calculus, In various Skin Dis?
eases, anu in their admirable ejects on the Female
Constitution, the air <>r Capon la nnsurpasa d In
all the mountains of Virginia for salnbrl y, elas?
ticity and ' ry neda. Ita splendid Fa hs were de?
clared by sir Henty Bulw. r, when on a visit here
with Mr. Webater, as hardly equaled by anything
he bad seen in Europe.
For our pamphlet, with fall particulars or rares,
chargea, Ac, a,-ply to A. A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
Drug^ista, or to the undersigned, by mail.
JutiS-imo FRAZIh.R A SALE. Proprietor^.
rHE HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated tor the cure of -?heumatlam. G mt. Paraly?
sis. Torpor or Liver. Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, DI s eas s of the Uieros, Afr-c ti ons or the
skin, especially or syphilitic origin, and namer
ons Chronic Diseases.
Vary in temperature from 60 to ito degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety ef Chronic
Barb. They are moreover fo ind to prepare the
system for the beneficial action of waters found
at the vari?os other Mineral springs..
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely used at the most celebrated npas in Ger?
many, and which give sufferers the benefit of the
very valuable remedial agenta contained ia the
Mineral Mud. These i?prlugB ?Uer UNSURPASS
M? A t TR \CTI0SS to both the Invalid and Pleas
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to those of flrst-cUss oity h tels. Every
modern Improvement nas been provided.
Professor J. L. CA BELL, M. D., or the Unlversl
ty or Virginia, Resident Physician. For Pam?
phlets and Circulara, address S. C. TARDY A 00.,
Kiel i mond, Vu,, or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath yonnty, Va._may22-2mo
Qm ae, CC oem ir ali. Ut.
E~ LEG ANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. R. WARNE B ? CO.,
Oller the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodororm Pula, a powerful Alterative
. aud Tonic
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cmcbonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate cf iron
Elixir Calisaya, Ir n anu Bismuth
Enxlr Callaaya, Ferrated ,
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla '
Elixir Vuierlauate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine ot Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Clrerry
Comp. Syrup or Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
oyrup of llypuphospbltea (tor Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cstaining Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. This is a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandell -u, Wild Cherry anu Gentian,
associated with Aromarles. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal vir; u-s, lt IB u-eful as a vehicle
and for tua-king the bitter taste or Quinine
Elixir Gentian aud Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Ptioapn. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's ?y mp) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
EUX. Valerlanate of strychnia
Eux. i'tto-pii. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there la a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children ana
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Go.
manufacture a fail line of Fluid Extracts and
sugar-' .oared Pilla, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturera Prlcea, o? ,
DR. H BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mcVit dAw?mnn riharlnaton. SI fl.
iJliilinerE, Siran) ?oona, Sf t.
g~P RING OTE^TTGT^
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Beady
Sole Agent for Mlle DEMOREST'S PAPEB
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MA KING la all its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
, r g^gtmtg, Zianen, #t.
jgYRUP' ! SYRUP I 1 SYRUP I "V
ion bbfs. GloncesterSugarhouse SYRUP.
In atore and io. sue low ac -
Vs . \ GERHARD PIECKE,
Jnn27-thsto3 ;?-Koa, 21 ?rid ?3 Vendue Bange,
VTAPHEY'S CELEBRATED CANNED
JLl -LAND t
The undersigned has si way s on hand 3, 5 and
10-ponad canned LARD of the. celebrated brand
as aoove ape med, and would call the attention o?
the Wh lessie and Retail Deniers to the same.
Th-; Lard 18 neatly pat up, and guaranteed to ce
pure and without any lanlts; a so. lull weight
guaranteed. GERHARD R1EOEE,
Agent for F?ctory,
Jnn2T-thstn3 Noa. 21 and 23 Vendne Range.
"VTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES? BAMS
-Ll AND BACON.
100 tib s N. O. MOLASSES
loo bbis. and tierces Muscovado Molaases
100 hol?. S. H. Syrup
160 rees (small) s. 0. Hams
60 n;.ds. 0. K. Sides .
60 hhds. Shoulders
loo bbis and hair bbl s Nos. L 2 and 8 Mack.
erel ".0 - ?
75 boxes (small) Factory Cheese
loo kegs an i mba Choice Batter.
For aale low by -.' ;
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER, -
Jnn?Mmo_^_.. Vendue Range.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OP
. MEAT JUICE.
Jnat received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four wands of ?.toe best Beef, ex?
elusive of fat; caa be used WP h cold or warm
water; also can be taken with' Codliver Oil, and
destroys th -taste of theou; r oi:: - I .
Tne only food for delicate children,
i This ls much superior to the "Extract of Beef,"
heretofore offered to the publieras will be found
upon trial. For sale by . Dr. B. BARR, -
Jnn7_ No. 131 Meeting street
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. HO EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded warehouse,
OhOlce COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
. various vintages, ia
, Eighth casks
Cases of on e dosen bottles each.
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI ? GO., Na no East Bay, offer for
sale Fatr, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
_. : MORDECAI A 00.
"p A L K IRK ' A L E . '
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an l .voice of "Falkirk"ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. ! jj ' MORDECAI A 06.
pOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. offer for
-ale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, m strong
packages._ .... MORDECAI A CO.
p RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI k CO., No. 110 East Bay, o (Ter'for
sale Prime White CORN, m new sacks.'
_ Ml IRDBOAIA 00.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, oder for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
. rect from Factory tn Havana. . . *
DAMAN TIN E OAN D L ? S;
1000 pac.kages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by . A. TOBIAS' SONS.
gULLIYA?TS ISLAND . SUPPLjD^.
GRE Af NEWS
G RE AH NEWS
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS'!
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1 ?. -
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
H. WILSON ? & BRO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such of tbs
I Islanders as patronise' them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure in taking charge of any
goods bought in Charleston, not In oar Une, to
deliver to our Customers. -
Any orders entrusted to our care, either in om*
linc of business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OP GROCERIES
IN CHARLESTON, 4
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting yonr patronage, * _
We are respectfully,
S. H. WILSON A BRO.,
No. 800 KINO STREBT, CHARLKSTON, S? 0.
VJT SCHOOL.-Inatructlori'wifl oe given and the
use of machine* allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saiorday morning, from 0 A. M. to 2 P.
M, at the Depos.tory, Chalmers street, janis
(Eoparrrursrups ano (Diesolottanf
with bim in business Mr. CdARLES R.
VALK. The m .nnfacture or Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machloerr in general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and Arra of SMITH k ^
VA Lt, at the old stand east end Hasel street. A.
jun26-lmo J? RALPH aMITH.