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-The New Orleans Bee ls to be printed
wholly in French hereafter.
"---While In Paris, the Prince of Wales called
on Hrs. Johnson, formerly Miss Harriet Lane,
who did the honers of the White House when
Buchanan, her uncle, was President. .
-Mr. Paxton has discovered that a witch
was barned In South Carolina nearly a hun?
dred years subsequent to the Salem exhibi?
tions of that sort. The probability is that Mr.
Paxton's Sooth Carolina witch was Borne old
black cook who was burned at the steak. '
-According to a St. John's letter there is an
Iceberg two thousand miles long and from flay
to two hundred miles broad, on its way down
to us irom Baffin's Bay. The writer states
that since the early part of last January enor?
mous fields of ice have been passing the
shores of Newfoundland in almost a continu?
ous stream. The thickness of this field of ice
Is from twenty to thirty feet. The distance
between Baffin's Bay. where the ice fields are
formed, and the waters of the Oulf Stream,
where ihe masses are dissolved, is from fif?
teen hundred to two thousand miles.
. -The cup that cheers but does not inebriate,
accord lng.to Dr. A ri! d ge, an English physi?
cian, lajust as poisonous as the cup which
both cheers and Inebriates. The doctor Is
quoted in the Lancet as declaring that tea
tippling ls not a whit less dangerous to health
than dram-drlnking. Tea is a narcotic poison.
It ruins the digestion. It enfeebles the heart's
actions. It shatters the nerves. It carnees
the Introduction of a large quantity of hot j
water into the system, thus interfering terri- J
bly with nutrition. Tea-drinking (to use the
awiul language of Dr. Arlldge) is "as distinctly
sensual, extravagant and pernicious as beer
drinking or gin-swllllog." Tblnk of that, 0
sisten of Sorosls !
-Captain Jndklns, for many years commo?
dore of the Cunard line of steamers, had a
certain way occasionally of expressing him?
self in reply to what he deemed pointless
questions from passengers. In fact, a dove?
like sweetness of manner was not the commo?
dore's best point. On one of bis latest voy?
ages, he bad among the passengers Bishop
Littlejohn and wife, of Long Island. Mrs.
Littlejohn, one day, being near the commo?
dore, asked bim il It was not going to rain.
"Ask the cook," was his bluff reply. "I beg
pardon," said Mrs. Littlejohn, "am I not j
speaking to the cook?" History has not in?
formed os as to the precise phraseology of his
-A call has been issued for a convention of I
tbe Irish-American League, to be hejd in Bal?
timore, July 9, to complete the work begun in
Cincinnati in May last. Each branch of the
league ls Invited to send one delegate, and all
Liberal Irish American political associations
are requested to send representatives to assist
in perfecting measures tor a systematic sup?
port of Greeley and Brown. The call ls signed
by the following named members of the ex?
ecutive committee: General George M. O'Brien,
Nebraska; Major M. Poland, Kentucky; Th os.
Leonard, Kansas; William J. Nicholson, New
Jersey; Thomas F. Meagher, Vermont; John S.
Mullen, Montana; James Brennan, Iowa; James
J. Bogers, New York, chairman of national
committee, and John M. Mccafferty, Missouri,
-A delegation consisting of about fifty
members .of the New Tork Sch?tzen Corps
sailed on Saturday in the steamer Deutsch?
land to attend the fourth German National
sharpshooting festival at Hanover, Prussia,
next month. The delegation was escorted to
the steamer and down tbe bay In a tug by the
S?ngerbund Vocal Society and the New York
Sch?tzen Corps-both organizations being
preceded by bands. Delegations from the
Sch?tzen Corps of Brooklyn, New Haven and
other cities also went upon the same vessel.
The delegates from the Brooklyn Sch?tzen
Corps numbered thirty picked men, under
command of Captain Alsgood. They take
with them a handsome prize In the form of an
American shield, made ot American gold coln.
Before leaving they were received by the
mayor and common council of Brooklyn.
-The New-York Tribune savB that while the
- exact line of the defence In the trial of Stokes
lor the murder ol Fisk, Jr., ls not known ex?
actly, tbe discussion and tendency of the cross
examination thus far show that they consider |
a development of the late colonel's private
character vital to their case, not because they
desire to defame the dead, but because If they
can show that the character of the deceased
was such as to lead the prisoner to feel him?
self in danger ol his lite, lt might have a miti?
gating effect on the minds of the Jury. With
this view, they have striven to show that the
witness Crockett, a clerk in the Grand Central,
was influenced by the fact that Fisk kept mis?
tresses in that hotel, and paid the proprietors
large sums of money for their board. Upon
this point Mr. Tremaine made a strong argu?
ment, claiming that the largest latitude should
be given to counsel, and they should not be
compelled to divulge their object in asking
questions, unless they were suspected of tri?
fling with tbe time of the court.
-There are no such magnificent swindlers
as Americans, and they have even better suc?
cess abroad than at heme. The latest country?
man in ./hom we may feel a pride for his va?
ried accomplishments in this line ls a Mr.
Norton,-who, toward the end ot .the year ISM,
establish i a commission firm In Paris under
the sty'e of Norton & Co., havlog taken into
partnership aa English artist named Cook,
who brought fifty thousand dollars to the con?
cern. Norton had started with a capital of j
one thousand dollars, and at the time Cook
united with him the former was behindhand
about one hundred thousand dollars, which
be didn't say anything about in the
terms of copartnership. They had re?
ceptions; dinner?, drives and fine bouses
and horses In abundance. Norton dealt with
American travellers, paying them irom
day to day, according to their require?
ments, and giving la return for their
money letters of credit. As he usually stipu?
lated ioc three months to pay the bills drawn
in his letters ot credit, and obtained use of the
money meanwhile by charging an unusually
low rate ot commission, he put some small
profit in his pocket. In 1867 he was appointed
a commissioner ol the State of New York at
the Universal Exhibition, and the American
Senate appropriated ten thousand dollars to
defray his expenses. Finally tbe blow came,
and he was arrested and Imprisoned, but dur?
ing the imminence of the siege he was re?
leased, an-l took advantage of his liberty to
get back his silver and other valuables and
make himself scarce. He still keep3 so,
though both he and Cook are to be tried for
Ornada lent bankruptcy._
Lion or life On !
As every one knows, the Grant adminis?
tration is ignominiously defeated at Geneva,
and, after all its bluster, finds that the
claims for indirect or consequential damages
are ruled out, before tho English counter
case is submitted. Making a demand which
was absurd on its face, Mr. Grant and his
advisers bad not the courage to OWD their
blunder, and withdraw that demand. In
England, on the other hand, there bas been
one opinion and one policy. The Gladstone
Cabinet determined to withdraw from the
arbitration if the claim for consequential
damages was to be persevered in, and they
refused to submit their Case until tbat ques?
tion was settled. With these facts before
them, the Geneva Board promptly decided
that tbe indirect claims were inadmissible,
and the American Cabinet was very glad to
acquiesce. Yet an attempt is made to
persuade the American public that Mr.
Grant bas won a victory. This ia the easiest
explanation of Nast's Cartoon in the last
number of Harper. Mr. Grant, smoking
bis cigar, stands on the tail of tbe bowling
British lion, while Mr. Gladstone and Mr.
Disraeli, the one sullenly and other smil?
ingly, witness the interesting operation.
The inscription is, "Our President puts his
' foot down, and tbe British Lion will have
"to wriggle ont." To "wriggle out," we
suppose, as Lee "wriggled out" at Manas
sas, and Chancellorsville, and Cold Harbor.
President Grant has gone back lo 18G4, and
claims as a victory what is a disastrous
-The'whole number of votes in the Balti?
more Convention is ilxed at 732, or twice
that of the whole vote of the Electoral Col?
lege. Two-thirds or the vote of tbe Con?
vention will be 488; and at this date 28
States, with G20 votes, have declared their
readiness to support the Liberal movement.
This is 132 votes more than two-thirds. It
is pretty clear, therefore, thal the Liberal
programme will be adopted on the first bal?
The Columbia Phoenix presumes that ihe
object in holding the State Radical Conven?
tion as late as August 2lst ls "lo draw Out
"the opposition prematurely, or, in case of
"a failure in that, to allow as little time as
"possible for the organization of the bolt
"which is certain to be made, in case the
"Convention is manipulated' by the cor?
ruption ?3 ts."
A Christian Statesman.
When the entire North was excited with
anger and revenge in consequence of the
assassination of President Lincoln, Mr.
Greeley wrote the following manly letter :
OFFICE OF THE TRIBONK, I
NEWB YORE, May 16, 1865. J
My Dear Sir-I have yours of the 8th, lor
which I thank you. I heartily concur with
your view of what should be our national pol?
icy, and am doing my utmost to have mercy ami
tiiarjnanimitylls ruling attributes. Only let.the
tate Insurgents Join with us in saying slavery
is no more, and I think we shall gradually
mould the public will to our views. Just now
the assassination of Presldeat Lincoln has
made the North furious; but we shall out?
grow that. I shall not hesitate to labor and
suffer reproach In the service of . Heaven
blessed charity and mercy.
Yours, HORACE GREELEY.
These are the views of a Christian states?
man, who was ready to sutler reproach, and
did so in stemming the tide of indignant
passion then Barging through the country.
A. man who is always prepared to do right,
no matter bow his personal interests may be
effected, ia lit for President, and the people
in November will so decide.
Charles M. Forman.
The Hon. Charles M. Furman who died yes?
terday, after along and severe IllnesB, exer?
cised, before the war, considerable Influence in
political circles, and occupied, for many years,
a prominent position as a financier of acknowl?
edged ability. Mr. Furman's power in public
life grew less from personal magnetism and
oratorical art than from his equable tempera?
ment, Intelligent consistency, and marked
strategic skill. Mr. Furman had, by years of
study, solved the problems of economic sci?
ence, and hiB management of the principal
banking institution In this State was
both prudent and successful. In Masonry
Mr. Furman attained high distinction, and
the honors of the craft were lavished
upon him. As a director In public Institutions
he was sedulously attentive to his duties, and
scruputous'y faithful lo the least of the many
trusts remitted lo his care. But lt Is as citi?
zen and gentleman that he most Is missed. No
suspicion of personal or public Impurity
dimmed the brightness of his shield. A mem?
ber of the Legislature of the State, he had no
higher aim than to cherish the traditions and
strengthen the fortunes of his mother, South
Carolina. A bank officer for an ordinary life?
time, he was a straoger to the tricks of trade
by which duller men grow rich. In him there
waa no taint ot double-dealing. What he seem?
ed he was, what he waa he seemed. Quietly,
gently, composedly he passed his days; meet?
ing the full measure of every responsibility,
and leaving nothing undone, private or public,
which could be brought within the sphere of his
well-considered responsibilities. Yet men are
found who, with the events of a single decade
to guide them, wonder that Chas. M. Furman
should have been a power in Charleston.
They forget that to be eminent Tor purity and
patriotism when all South Carolina was pure
and all herchildren were unselfishly patriotic,
was to reach a height which in these worse days
few may hope to gain. Worn down, wearied
out, sick at heart and enfeebled lu body; the
excellent gentleman has sunk quietly to rest;
happier now than when lie lingered an un?
willing witness ot the losses, the sufferings and
tbe humiliations ol bis people.
Mr. Furman was born here in September,
1797, and waa IQ his seventy-fifth year at the
time of his death. He was educated in
Charleston, studied law under Judge Richard?
son, and was admitted to the bar in 1819. He
was elected to the General Assembly in 1824,
and represented his fellow-citizens in the
legislative halls for a number of years. Jn
1832, he was elected treasurer of the State for
the lower division, there being two treasurers
at that time. He was subsequently elected
comptroller-general, and then master In equi?
ty. At an early age he bad been elected ;
member of City Council, and filled lhat posi?
tion in connection with the other offices con?
ferred on him by the public. When Judge i
Colcock was elected president of the Bank of j
the State, such was bis high esteem of Mr.
Furman's financial ability and integrity ol
character that he prevailed on bim to accept
the position of cashier ot that institution, an
office which he held until tbe death of Colonel
Elmore, in 1850. By the unanimous vote of ?
the Legislature he was then elected to t he
presidency of the bank, a post which he filled
until the close of the war. He was a member
of all the principal boards, both of city and
State. In 18G8, he was selected to visit Eu?
rope to conduct an important and delicate
negotiation ior the South Carolina Railroad
Company, of which corporation he was
director for a quarter of a century. lu the
Masonic Otfsr, Mr. Furman was Past Grand
Master of the State ol South Carolina, Past
Deputy Grand High Priest of South Carolina,
and Past Lieutenant-General of the Supreme
Council, thirty-third degree, for the Southern
Jurisdiction of the United Stales.
The obsequies will take place at the Citadel
Square Baptist Church, at half-past five
o'clock, this afternoon.
ANNOUNCEMENT OP TUE GRAND Nf ASTER.
M. W. GRANO LODGE OK A. F. M. OK S. C.}
OFFICE OF THE M. W. GRANT? MASTER,
GRAND EAST, CHARLESTON,
July 3, A. L., 5872. J
It ls my painful duty to announce to the
craft ol this State, that on the 2d Instant Most
Worshipful Charles M. Furman, Past Grand
Master of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina,
one of the most fervent worshippers at our
altars, passed beyond these vails Into a higher
Temple "not made with hands." A life of
such extended usefulness and purity, so rich
in all that makes a full and noble manhood,
asks no eulogy. Nor could we bestow a fit?
ting one while we bend under the first shock
ol' bereavement. While our hearts are
stricken with sorrow, we can only remember
how we shall miss the venerable form, the
warm hand-clasp, the wise counsel, the tem?
perate judgment, and
.Thar nest portion of a good man's life.
His little, nameless, unremembered acts
Of kindness aud of love."
IV h en time shall scar over our now bleeding
wounds, fitting hands will gather up the
threads of this broken life and weave them
into a web of harmony and beauly.
But that we may give some expression to
our sorrow, I recommend to the cralt through?
out the entire Stale that our jewels and the
horns of our altars be draped in mourning ior
the space of sixty days, and as we be wail our
fallen chief, may we emulate the virtues we
are so proud to remember.
R. S. BRUNS, Grand Master.
NAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-Coupons for Interest on the
First Mortgage 7 Per cent. Bonds savannah and
Charleston Railroad Company, which mature 1st
July, 1872, will bu paid on aaa arter that date at
tho Banking House of H. H. Klmpton, Financial
Agent r r the Stale or South Carolina, No. 9
Nassau street. New York. s. W. FISHER,
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
SEA COLL, from Baltimore, are hereby noticed
that she ls THIS DAY discharging cargo at Pier
No. l, Ui ton Wharves. All Goods not taken away
ar sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
July 2-2 Agents
^STSOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY, CHARLE TON, JULY 1, 1872.
in order-hat the Semi-Annual Dividend or this
Institution may bereifter bi made payable on the
1st January and 1st July, the Board or Directors
havo declared a Quartely Dividend upon tho
Capital Stock: or TWO (2) DOLLARS per Sbaro,
payable on and after Tuts DAY.
julyl-3 F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier
OFFICE OF COUNT I AUDITOR,
CHARLESTON COUNTY, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JOLY 1, 1872.-The Second
Instalment, in accordance with an Act to provide
for a General License Law, is now dne, July 1,
1872. All persona interested will please give their
Immediate attention at this office.
SAMUEL !.. BENNETT,
jolyl 4 County AndItor.
^PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS'
BANK OFS. C., JULY 1, 1872.^-The Board of Di?
rectors of this Bank having declared a Seml-Aii
uual Dividend of One Dollar Per Share upon the
Consolidated Stock, free of Government Tax, the
same will be paid on and arter this date.
THO*. FROST, JR.,
^ONE POUND OF THE "DOLLAR
REWARD SOAP" washes rrom ten to fifteen doz
en pieces or ordinary family washing.
DO WIK, MOISE A DAVIS, Agents,
Charleston, S. 0.
OR THE BES ITO F
Get the Ll vc s or the Great Music Masters;
Of Eethoovea, (ti.) ol Handel, ($2;) or Mozart,
(fl 75;) or Mendelssohn, ($1 76;) or Rossini,
($1 75;) or Chopin, (tl 50;) or IT Schu?
mann, (SI 75,)
These are no humbug Biographies, but aro
charmingly written and very entertaining books,
Mozart's Letters, two vols, each, $175; Uethoo
veu's Letters, $2; Mendelssohn's Letters, two
vols, each, $175; an 1 Reminiscences of Mendels
To have a Jubilee at home st nd for
THE WORLD'i PEACE JUBILEE CHORU? BOOK
For a good work on Composition, buy BAKER'S
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL HARMONY, $2
To make Sabbath-School Children's eyes
sparkle, get that Gem of the Season, the new Sab?
bath-School Song Book, entitled : SPARKLING
RUBIES. By Asa Hull and Harry Sanders,
The above Books sent post free on receipt or re?
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Boston. J New York..
iOatcbes. Jentirrj, ?Pc.
ALL, BL A GK GO.,
Nos. 680 AND 567 BROADWAY,
will continue thc sale ol their Immense stock of
urlng the summer months. All goods will be
sold wimont reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the boniness. . junio
PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS'
BANK OF SOOfII CAROLINA, JOLY 3, 1872.
To MORROW being the Foarih or July, this Bank
will be closed as usual. Tbe business of that day
must therefore be anticipated.
THOMAS FROST, Jr.,
pa* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON, OHARLESTON, JULY 1, 1872.
THURSDAY next (Fourth of Jnly) this Bank will
be closed. The business of that day must there?
fore be anticipated. WM. C. BREESE,
??-THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JOLY 2, 1872.-This Bank
will be cloted on THURSDAY, the 4th of July.
Korea and Collections maturing on that day
must be anticipated. U. Q. LOPER,
j i ly 31 Cashier.
PS* PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH CAR
OLINA, CHARLESTON JOLY 3, 1872.-To-MOR
Row being the Fourth or July this Bank will be
Closed. JAMES B. BETTS,
J ily3l _ Cashier.
pa* UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, CHARLESTON, 2D JONE, 1872 -This Bank
will be closed on THURSDAY next, the Font th of
July. Paper payable on that day must be antici?
pated. H. D. ALEXANDER, .
^-CHARLESTON, JULY 3, 1872.
SOOTH CAROLINA LOAN AND TROST COM?
PANY.-To-MORROW being the Fourth of July
thia Hank will be closed. The business of that
day must, therefore, bo anticipated.
Juli 3-1_F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier.
pa* PUBLIC MARKETS, JULY 3,~1872.
To MORROW being tho Fourth of Jnly, thia Mar?
ket will be closed at 9 o'clock A. M.
jnly3 Ohler Clerk.
^SB-BANK OF CHARLESTON, JULY
2d.-THURSDAY next being the Fourth or July this
Bank will be closed. All paper maturing on that
day must be SBtlclpa'ed. W. B. BORDEN,
pa* PENSIONERS OF THE SOUTH
Carolina Society please call on the Treasurer, No.
2 Broad street, Jnly3
pa* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for thc Henea t of the Free
School Fan?-o m dal Raffle Numbers:
RAFFLE CLASS NO. ess-MORNING. '
53-70-65-25-21-74 - 3-U-23-72-70- 5
RAFFLE CLASS No. SSC-EVENING.
As witness onr hands at Charleston this 2d
day of July, 1872.
JAMBS GILLI LAND,
J*a* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum:
OLASS No. 23-TUESDAY MORNING, Joly 2.
CLASS No. 24-TUESDAY EVENING, Jnly 2.
12-45-46-77- >- 2-71-69-26-36-47-20
Witness my hand at Charleston, S. C., 2d day
July, 1872. A. MOROSO,
julys Swor.i Commission er.
^WASHAND YOU'LL BE CLEAN,
if you use the DOLLAR REWARD SOAP.
DO WI E, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents, Charleston, S. ? '
p9*TBE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TROST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPART?
MENT.-Depositors are requested to leave their
Bootu on and after 5th July, to be credlied with
tho quarterly i-J tere a dus 1st.
Ail L>cpo3lu madala or before 23th July will.
bear Interest from 1st Jnly.
Interest Six Per ceut., compounded quarterly?
Jun28-rmwl0 F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier.
pa* 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
luring the summer months) with their Supplies
it the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In person to ihe business, I can guarantee satis
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. h. O'NEILL.
pa* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
DODNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
ft. J. DA VANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees of
ihe College of Beaufort -Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. C. B. FARM KR, Judge, in the above stated
:aie, nottce 1B hereby given to all and singular
Hie Judgment creditors or WILLIAM H. WIGG
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
lays from the date of this order in which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at bis oillce, In the Courthouse,
lt Beaufort. H. G. J ODD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S C., June 14,1872._)on22-60
^NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
DO LUM Ul A RAIL ROD COMPANY.
?be State, ex Relation? the Attorney-General,
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
TAMES G. GIBBES, JAMES R. PRINGLE and
others, Plaint lits, vs. the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company and others, Defendants.
The undersigned'having, by order of his Honor
Samuel W. Melton, circuit Judge of the Fifth
Circuit, dated Jane 18th, 1872, been appointed Rel
nee on the above stated cases to ascertain and
report, among other things, thc amount of In-1
Jebtednessof the Greenvllleaud Columbia Rail?
road Company, with authority by advertisement '
;o require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive demands before him
Notice ls hereby given to all and singular the
;rcdltors of the said Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company, whether holding bonds or the j
Drat mortgage, bonds or ceri Ideates or Indebted?
ness guaranteed by the State, bonds or certlfl
:ates or Indebtedness or the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds or claims or any other j
character, t J present and establish their respec?
tive claims berore the undersigned as Referee, at
nia office lo Columbia, South Carolina, on br be
ore the 1st day or uctober next, at which time
Dis report on snch dalma will be made up and
submitted to the Court in the said cases.
JOHN S. GREEN, Referee.
Columbia, S. C., June 19, 1872. Jun27-12thll
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ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
?ul Circulars sr ht tree, in sealed envelopes. Ad.
tress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Na 8 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa. octl2
pa* BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
inperb Hair Dye ls the best In the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
Hs appointment. No ridiculous tints, or un pleas
lint odor. Thc genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
lateral brown. Does not stain the skin, bnt
eaves the bair clean, sort and beautiful. The
jnly safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory 18 Bond street. New York.
CINCINNATI.-THE SPECIAL MEET?
ING of this socleiv will be h<dd Tins EVE
MNG. .3d Instant, at Tully's. Ring street, at 8
o'clock. Tbe Anniversary Heeling will be held at
tbe South carolina Hall. Meeting street, dn the
4th Instant, at 4 o'clock P. M., after which the So?
ciety will dlue together at the last mentioned
B'ace. JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
j uly 3-2_Secretary.
KOF P.-STONEWALL LODGE, No.
. 6.-The Regular Semi-Annual Mpetlngof
thia Lodge will'be held Tnis EVES INO, at 8
o'clock, at Pythian Hall, Society street. A lull
attendance ls particularly requested. Members
will come prepared to pay Arrears, installation
of officers ror ensuing term.
ROBT. 0. STARR,
Ju!y3-* Recording scrloe.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
The Regular Monthly Meeting or the eharles
ti n Board ol trade will be held Tnis (Wednes?
day) EVENING, July 3; at their Rooms, at 8 o'clock.
Members are particularly requested to attend as
amendment to the Constitution will receive ita
anal reading. GEO. L. HOLMES,
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY OF AXMEN.-You are hereby sam
niuned to attend tue Regular Monthly Meeting of
your company, Tuts (Wednesday) EVBNIKO, the
3d inst., at yonr Engine-House, at S o'clock pre- j
clsely. ? ''? ..
By order. J. W. MoKENRY,
WAGENER ARTILLERY CLUB.-THE
Regalar Meeting will bs held at Lind
stedt's Uah, Tnis EVENING, 3d Instant, at 8
o'clock. Members are requested to be punctnal,
as there will be an Election ror officers, and will
come prepared lor payment of Arrears, as mle
will be strictly enforced.
Jolj3_H. w. TIEDEMANN. Secretary.
ATTENTION 1 CHARLESTON RIFLE?
MEN.-Tue Regular Fourth or July Colla?
tion or your Club will take place at the Hali of the
Knights or Pythias, corner or King and .society
streets, TO-MORKOW (Thursday) MORNING, at 10
By order of E. H. WELCH, Chairman of Commit?
tee on Collation. Honorary Members are respect?
fully Invited to attend. H. D. BIOAISE,
Jniy3 _ Secretary pro tem.
ATTENTION ! YOUNG AMERICA
STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-You are
hereby summoned to attend your Regular Month?
ly Meeting, THIS (Wednesday) EVEKING, 3d July,
at your Englne-Houae, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order of the President.
July3_T. S. MCOARRF.L. Secretary.
LIVE OAK SOCIAL CLUB.-THE REG
TJLAR Meeting or this Club will be held Tnis
hvtjNiNo, at 8 o'clock, at their club Room. Mern
bera will please be punctual in t li cir attendance.
By order. J. C. KOEffNEOKI,
US GRANT CAVALRY COMPANY
. You are hereby summoned to apprar at
your Rendezvous, corner Broad and Friend
strcet.h, on Tnr usn A Y MORNING, July 4, at 5
o'clock, In full onliorm, White Kania and Bine
Jacket*. J. E. McGUKPIE, o. S.
IO. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. TOE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The
il. W. (?rand Matter will Install the officers of the
Subordinate Lodges, at Odd Frllows' Hall, on the
following evenings, at 8 o'clock:
Jefferson Lodge, No. 4 on TUESDAY, 2d July.
South Carolina Lodge, No. 1,-un WEDNESDAY,
[ 3d July.
Marion Lodge, No. 2. on FBIDAY, 6th July.
Schiller Lodge, No. 30, on SUNDAY, 7th July.
Howard Lc(Ue, No. 3, on THURSDAY, um July.
Thc officers and members of the Grand Lodge
are requested to attend and ?seist In the Installa?
By order of tho M. W. G. M. ROBT. JAM BS,
Julyl-Oibl brand Secretary.
Cost ano- ire uno.
Five Dollar Bills folded. Tho Under will be
rewarded by leaving it at No. 76 Broad street.
FOUND, A SUM OF MONEY. THE
owner, on desctl lng same and paying for
this advertisement, can obtain lt by applying to
WM. MCKAY, NO. 45 Wentworth street, jul}3
STOLEN, FROM BAXTER & CANNON,
on Cooper River, one BAY HORSE, about 12
hands high, wit ti white ring ronnd the right foot;
foreiop has been recently out, with white spot on
forehead. Any Information concerning the tame
will be rewarded on 'application to KINSMAN A
HOWELL, Factors, East Hay, charleston, d.c., or
BAXTER A -CANNON, Cooper River.
LOST, IN EAST BAY STREET, BE
tween new customhouse and Broad street,
or m Queen street, between East Bay and Church
streets, a Plain GOLO CUFF BUTTON, (round.)
The tinder whi be reward od b/ leaving it ar. the
Office of the United States Assistant Treasurer,
in new Customhouse. Jaly2
WANTED, A~ GOOD BOY WELL
recommended. Apply at No. 41 East Bay.
J cly 3-1*_
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WHITE
WOMAN, without children, to cook wash
and Iron, and make herself generally useful abuut
housework. To such a one, a good home tn a
healthy part or the oountiy and liberal wages will
be given. None need apply without being well
recommended. Apply to s. 0. CURRIE, George's
WANTED, FIFTY LABORERS
wages $20 per month, and i ai ions. Ap
ply at No. 08 spring street._July2 2*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND?
HAND FURNITURE la any quantity, for
wiiuh highest cash price will be paid. Ait dre ?n P.
0. Lock Box No. 122._July2-2?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
Wash for a small family. Apply In Cal?
houn street, two doors west or Rutledge avenue.
GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANTS
BOARD on the Island in a private family.
Address B.ix No. 639, Charleston. july2-2?
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE
aged colored woman, without lncum
bratices, as child's nurse. Apply with references
to C. F. PANKNIN, No. 123 Meeting street.
AGENTS WANTED-FIFTY TO SEV?
ENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PER WEEK, EASY.
Unprecedented Premiums Gratis. With thc Cut
sen and Hound Table (establUhed 1803.)-A ruiw
nlllcent pulr of chromoB, *'Ttic Departure" und
"Return"of tho Lifeboat, size 31 >i by 12J?, from
the Oil Paintings of 1 homos Brooks, London,
drawn under the Immediate superintendence of,
and printed lu colors by, Messrs. Armstrong A
co.. of Boston, aro thc largest, most interesting
subjects, and the best work of any Premintn
Chromos. They are worth, at thc lowest esti?
mate, Twenty Dollars. The same subjects, on
steel, printed in black only, are selling rapidly at
Fifteen Dollars, send $3 and secure a pair of
these matchless Chromo?. Sample copies or jiaper
and rates to agents free. TUK CITiZEN AND
ROUND TABLE, No. 32 Beckman street, (P. 0.
Box. No. 6764.) New York._? Jnly2-2
WANTED, THE PEOPLE TO BUY
Fancy Goods at half price during repairs
and alterations. ARGUER'S BAZAAR, Nos. 361,
363 and 305 Kmg street._ jon23-fmw3?
WANTED, A WUITE WOMAN, TO
cook and wash for a small family. None
need apply unless well recommended. Inquire at
No. 140 Wentworth street, next west of Rutledge
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash. Good wages and steady
employment to a capable person. Apply at No.
94 Klug street._Jong
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat
tog location, terms, Ac _Ieb8
TTTANTED, A CAPABLE AND RELI
V V ABLE colored Washerwoman. Apply at
16 Wentworth street, south Bide, near East Bay.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market 1B the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 266 Klug street, corner Beaufatn
street. T. L Bl^SELL._Janl2-6mos
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues Joint
LMe Policies, (maring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amouut insured ror ls paid to the surviving party.
lt also Insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
FOR SALE, FOR CASH, A FIRST-CLASS
BARROOM, at Georgetown, S. 0. doing a
good business, together with a Soda Water Foun?
tain, Billiard and Bagatelle Tables, also Restau?
rant In complete order. Tue owner desires to
sell for the purpose of a change In business. For
particulars, Ac, address *\B. A. C.," NEWS office.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
au 'at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines ror sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSFORD, Smith street, north of Wentworth.
?JITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
OHABLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
On and arter Monday, 8th Joly, 1872, the rega?
lar Semi-Annual Interest will be paid to Deposi?
tors, who are requested to bring In their Booka
at that time, that the same may be entered.
All Interest not-paid on the 31 st Joly will be
added to the principal of the Depositor, and will
Itself draw interest as ir deposited on the 1st
Instant. Interest Is compounded and added to
principal quarterly, but ls payable as here o fore
In January and July.
All suras or and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
in thlH Bank, on or before the firth day or each
Calendar Month, will bear Interest (Six Per Cent.)
for that month as li deposited on the 1st instant.
Deposits or One Dollar and upwards received
dally from fl A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATURDAY
This Branch ls under the management of the
following Local Finance Comm: tte :
LOUIS D. DKSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUOER, F. MELCHERS,
DR. A. B. ROSE, BENJ. F. EVANS, .
.C. W?LBBRN,. E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of thia Bank at the most prominent
points In the State. D. RAVEN EL, Jr.,
pW TAX NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
owning Taxable Property in the Town or Mount
Pleasant are hereby required to make returns of
the same to the Town Treasurer, at his office, In
the Council Chamoer, on or before the 1st July
next, or they will be liable to a double tax. And
the payment or the said taxes are required to be
mide on or before the 16th day ot July next, arter
which date executions will be Issued against all
Office honra from io o'clock'A. M. to 2 o'clock P.
M. each day. Sundays excepted.
Moant Pleasant, June 14,1872. - '
F. M. KINLOCH,
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS, WITH LARGE
piazza. Apply at No. 62 &t. Phillp street,
one door south of Calhoun street._July3-1?
FOUR ROOMS TO RENT, NORTHEAST
corner King and Son' h Bay. joly'i-2*
TO RENT, SEVERAL HOUSES, APART?
MENTS and Rooms, central and north west?
ern localities. Also, on Klngstrcet. Apply to 340
King street, or Fire-Proof Building._jnlyl
mo RENT ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, A
JL pretty Cottage, Immediately oh the Front
beach, and opposite the residence or Mr. JJ. Own?
ing. Building contains seven rooms, Including
kitchen, which ls attached to the house. On the
premises ls a good size cistern, and bathing
house nn the Beach. For terms apply to L.
?RON1NQ, North Atlantlo Wharf._Jolyl-3
TO BENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on Sn.livan's
Island, wuhlu six minutes', walk of the Steam?
boat Landing, containing eight square rooms,
pantry, double piazzas, Ac. Ou the premises are
a large cistern and well of water, and all nc ces
sary outbuildings. Also, a One Vegetable Gar?
den U'tder cultivation. To an approved tenam,
tho rent will be moderate. Apply to H. s. D.
MUiKKNFU?S, No. fi7 Hesel streou_jan2S
(TcparmersLjips an? ChsBOlutianc.
TED themselves together as partners In the
buslnef-s or Keeping the "Charleston Hotel,"
under the name of E. H. JACKSON A CO.
E. H. JACKSON.
Charleston. July 2,1872. _Jniy3-3
rTIHE FIRM OF LOPEZ <fc LESLIE IS
JL this day dissolved by mutual consent All
persons having ?iaims against said flrm will pre?
sent them, and those indebted will make imme?
diate payment to CHARLES C. LESLIE, win li
alone authorized to settle all claims.
Oil A KL KS C. LESLIE,
The business will be conducted by CHARLES
0. LESLIE, at the Old stand._Jn)y3-wfm3
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him in business his sons G. A. and J.
E. FOLLIN. The firm name will hereafter be G.
FOLLIN A SONS. G. FOLLIN.
Charleston, s. C., July l, 1872. , July2-2,
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated with me In business, Mr.
UKO ROE F. BABBAGE. The name and style of
Hie firm will hereafter be J. R READ A CO.
J. R. READ.
Charleston, July 1st, 1872._Julyl-4
MR. WILSON GLOVER IS THIS DAY
admitted a member or our Him.
Ju.y l-mtuth:! L. D. MU WRY A SON.
Charleston, July 1st, 1872._
MR. JAMES AUGER, JR, HAVING
this il ny withdrawn from the drm of FROST,
ADUMK A CO., the business will be continued by
thc undersigned, nnder tue name of E. H. FROST
A CO., who are authorized to wind up the affairs
of the late firm. E. BORR* FRO.-T,
WM.' B. FROST.
July 1st, 1872._Julyl-mwre
mUE FIRM OF JOHN H. HOLMES <fc
J. co., ls thu day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. JOHN n. HOLMES will continue the business.
(Signed) JOHN H. HOLMES.
a. H. LOCKE.
Charleston, 1st July, 1872_Jnlyl-mwi3
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH
me In business my Son, JOHN E. SCHOUBOE.
Tue business will hereafter be conducted In the
name of F. L. SCHOUBOE A SON.
F. L. SCHOUBOE.
Florence. S. C. Joly 1, 1872._Jnlyl-mwf3
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
formed a Copartnership In the commission
business nnder the firm name or D. JENNINGS A
D. UFFORD JENNINGS.
Charleston, Joly 1,1872._Julyi-3
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him in business Mr. CHARLES R.
VALE. The m murmure or Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery In general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and firm or SMITH A
VALK, at the old Bland east end Hasel street.
Jun26-lmo_ J. RALPH a M ITH.
N- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Limited Partnership of L?DD, MARTIN A
MOOD, composed of the undersigned, as General
and special Partners. Is hereby dissolved by mu?
tual consent. JAMES S. MARTIN and WM. G.
MOOD, Jr., will sign in liquidation.
Dated May 4th. 1872.
JOSEPH H. LADD, ) .
JAS. s. MARTIN, > General Partners.
WM. G. MOOD, )
S UNDERWOOD, [Special Partners.
State of Sonth Carolina, Charleston County.
Certif?cale of Limited Partnership between BUCK?
LEY T. BENTON, of the City or Brooklyn, State or
New York, CHARLES UNDERWOOD, or the Town
and County or Tolland, State or Connecticut,
JAMES S. MARTIN and WM. G: MOOD, Jr., or the
City or charleston. State aforesaid.
This Certificate hereby wltnesseth, that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an Act of the Gene?
ral Assembly of the State aforesaid, entitled, "An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part?
nerships," paused in the year of our Lord one thou?
sand eight? hundred and thirty-seven, and another
Act, entitled "Au Act to extend the duration of an
Act authorizing the format lon or Limited Partner?
ships," pasned in the year or our Lord one thous-,
and eight hundred and rorty-.-dx, anfl another Act
extending the same until repealed, passed Decem?
ber 20tn, 18S8, forming a Limited Partnership, as
First. The name or firm under which such
Partnership shall be conducted 1B MARTIN A
Second. The general nature or the business to
be transacted Itt that or the GROCERY BUSINESS,
both Wholesale and Retail, In the said City or
Charleston, or such place or places in the said
Mate as may hereafter be determined upon.
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, or the City or
Brooklyn, State of New York, and CHARLES
UNDERWOOD, or the Town and County or Tol?
land, state ot conn oct lent, are the special Part?
ners, and JAMES S. MARTIN and WILLIAM G.
Muon. Junior, or the City of Charleston, state
aforesaid, are the General Partners.
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a Special Part
ner, has contributed seven thousand dollars,
($7000) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
Special Partner, has contributed also seven thous?
and dollars ($7000) to the common stock of the
Fifth. The said Partnership commences on the
Fourth Day ol May, one thousand eight hundred
and stventy-two, bud will terminate on the
Foti rt ii Day ot May, one thousand eight b andred
Dated the Fourth Dav r>r May. A. D. 1872.
(Signed) B. T. BENTON. [L. 81 i
CHARLES UNDr RWOOD. [L. 8.1
JAMES S MARTIN. [L. 8.1
WILLIAM G. MOOD, Jr. [L. 8.]
Witness: H. O. BASK. JOHN B. PERRY, as to
B. T. BENTON and CHARLES UNDERWOOOD.
ASHER ?. COHEN, DANIEL HART, as to JAMES
C. MARTIN and WM. G. MOOD, Jr. junl2-wfl
toiotmts, ?iqwrr0, &t.
: IMITATION ENGLISH CHEESE. MER- .
1 ' WIN'S BACON STRIPS AND
~ ? ' ' SHOULDERS.
Jost received per s team i r Sou tn Carolina. Bat
ter, Aa, kept In ice chest, and at reduced price.
For sale by N. M. PORTER,
Na 286 King street,
Third store above Market street, two doors.
Jnly3-l_, - ? . . -,_,
?HAMPAGNE AND PIPPIN ODDER. ;
Jost landed, ex steamer Sooth Carolina, 20 cases
quarts and pints Champagne and Pippin CIDER,
in cases of l dozen quarts and 2 dozen pints, and
at retah, A flue and popular article, handsomer/
relined and put up. . -
. . ' - : N.M. PORTER,"
Two doorsjtore^No 238 Ktegvabove-Marketfctriet.
jnlyl-mwa-^.yg <. . - , ?? ?.,,.
XTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
Jil '=.'. ' . AND BACON.
' 100- bb'fe. t?. ?. MOLASSES
leo bbis.- and tierces Muscovado Molasses
100 bbls'. S. H. Syrup
160 tierces (small) S. C. Hams
60 hbds. 0. R. Sides
60 hhds. Shoulders
. loo Obis, and half bbls Nos. 1,2 and 8 Mack?
76 boxes (small) Factory Cheese
100 kegs and tubs Choice Butter.
For sale low by .,
STEFFENS, WERNER A DOCKER,
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Jost received, a large soppiy of the above. Each
bottle contains fonr ponnds of the best Beef, ex
elusive of fat; can, be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Cod?ver OIL aad
destroys the taste or the Oil. . .
Tneonly food ror delicate children. .
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretofore o ire red io the public, as wm be found '
upontrlaL For sale by ' ' Dr. H. BABB,
Jnn7 _No. 131 Meeting street.
QOGNAG AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN
OT, IN U.S. BONDED STORES. <j
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, in
AMD . -
Oases of one dozen bottles each.
Jp AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A 00., No. no East Bay,. oner, fio?
sale Fair, Prime and Choice .Grocery SUGARS..
_MORDECAI A 00.
~P A L K I R K A LE.
MORDECAI A CO. No. no East Bay, offer nor
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE:landing direct I
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDECAI A CO.
pOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI 4 CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. _ MORDECAI A CO.
JP RIME WHIT? CORN. ?
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks. M
QHOICE HAVANA, CIGARS.
MORDECAI A co., No. 110 East Bay.offer for
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di-"
recr. from Factory tn Havana.' ?? <*
1000 packages Adamantino CANDLESfor sale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
gULLTVAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.
?M ? '. ???J
GREAT NEWS '??
GREAT NEWS 4,
GREAT NEWS ,
JGREAT NEWS .
'FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR" THE ISLANDERS !
S. H. WILSON & BR-O., 4
GROCERS, OP CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such or 'the
islanders as patronize 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. line, to
deliver to our Customers. ' , .
Any orders entrusted to our care, either in our
lino, or business or not, will m?et with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
IN CHARLESTON, ^
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDEB80LD.
Soliciting yonr patronage,
We are respectfnlly,
S". H. WILSON BRO.,
No. S06 KINO STREBT, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
(Eb nc a 110 ri ai.
VX SCHOOL.-instruction will be given and the
use or machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
M. at the Depos.tory, Chalmers street. JanlO
FURNITURE REPAIRED AN?? RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MOD?>' A PB
Bf ? J. L. LUNSFORD,
feb? smith Street, north or Wentworth.