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THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1872.
49- Mr. WILLIAM E. SnocoNg, Jr., is the
travelling agent for Tus NEWS, for South
NEWS OE THE DAY.
-E. A. Pollard, in Lynchburg, now writes
only an occasional letter or magazine article
with what he calls 'The beggared pen of an
-The Jury In the 8tokes case are nightly ban?
ished to the Astor House, where they are com?
pelled to subsist on charlotte russe, ice
cream, sherry cobblers, strawberries, orange
Ice?, Ac, and forced to endure one dollar
cabanos, the same as Fisk In Hie always
-The Postal Record gives some Instances of
forgetfulness and inatterjfkn that appear sim?
ply fain lions and absurd. Imagine four hun?
dred thousand letters sent to the Dead Letter j
Office last year for the want nf stamps. Turee
thousand letters were put Into the poBioffice
without any address whatever. And In these
letters so carelessly deposited were found
checks and drafts to the amount of three mil?
lion of dollars, and over ninety-two ihousand
dollars In cash. Much of this sum was of |
coarse returned to the owners, but much of lt |
was lost irretrievably, and was doubtless tho
cause of trouble, charges of dishonesty, and
-The Kansas City Times of the 29th ultimo
says that Miss Amanda Barber, who married
"Squatting Bear," a cruel Sioux chief, at
Washington In 1867, and went to Dakota Ter?
ritory with her husband as a missionary,
arrived In that city on tbe steamer Fontanelle,
from Fort Benton, on Friday last. Alter,
spending three years with the Sioux, suffering |
- gross Indignities and being compelled to per- j
form the most menial duties, she attempted to
escape, but was recaptured and beaten nearly
to death by her husband, and then sold to a
Cheyenne chief for three ponies. She was
taken north in 1870. and remained with the
Cheyennes until thin spring, when she escaped
to Fort Benton. Miss Barber left kansas City
on Friday last for her home at Milford. Mass.
' -The Tom Thumb party, consisting of Gen
. eral Tom Tnumb and his wife, Commodore
Nutt and Minnie Warren, accompanied by
their manager. Mr. Sylvester Bleecker and
wife, their treasurer. Mr. B. S. Kellogg, and a
retinue, making in all thirteen persons and a
pair of ponies and carriage, arrived in New
York, In the steamer Egypt, on the 23d In?
stant, having been absent three years and
completed a voyage around the world. They
went overland to California, thence to Japan,
China, Australia, the East Indies, returning,
via Suez Canal to Egypt, the Continent and
Great Britain. They have travelled flay ? tl ve
thousand miles (thirty-one thousand by sea.)
given one thousand four hundred and eleven
entertainments in different cities and towns
In all climates of the world without losing a
single day or missing a single performance
through Illness or accident. The little Gene?
ra] long since accumulated a fortune, and has
Just completed a fine residence ai Middlebor
ongb, Massachusetts, the birthplace of bis
-Io view of future possibilities, not only
are the character and the personal attributes
of tbe Presidential candidates receiving the
attention of a more or less Interested public,
but the immediate family of Mr Greeley at
least has been, even by hla opponents, very
pleasantly described. His wife ls an Invalid,
so that, If he ever occupies the Wklte House,
Us cares and dut ir a will fall upon his only
dangh-er, Miss Ida, who is a "young lady of |
about eighteen, of med/tum height, handsome,
with tbe solt dark eye,, shapely features, and
Une complexion of her father. A mass of
dark brown bair ls done up In becoming folds
about her head. Her manners are affable and
cordial, her conversation ready and sprightly,
and her domestic accomplishments are
thorough. She may be ?plgrammatlcally de?
scribed as the philosopher reflaed out of his
irregularities and eccentricities, and feminiz?
ed. ? She possesses the ease of one familiar
with the world, but not forwardness, and will,
If portents are hot deceptive, be an ornament
such as the White Hou?e has not known for
years. She heard of her father's nomination
first In London, and frankly admits was very
glad of lt. Her confidence in his election is
unbounded, If he should be endorsed by the
Baltimore Convention, and In this instance
she wonld like a vote to cast lor him.
- -A decision has lately been made by the
highest ecclesiastic authority of the Anglican
Church lo tbe long-contested case of the Rev
Mr Bennett, vicar of Frome, England, who, In
varions books and opinions, taught the doc?
trines now sustained. The decision is simply
this: That the doctrine of the real presence
In the Eucharist ls true, and not what the low
churchmen declare, a Roman Catholic error.
A distinction ls drawn between this dogma
and the Roman Catholic transubstantiation,
the former belog termed consubstantlatlon,
and Implies that alter consecra-ion the Eucha?
rist contains the body of Christ, while the lat?
ter maintains that lt is converted into the
same. Tbe more fully and formally to express
lt, her Majesty the Queen, speaking through
the mouth of the Judicial committee of the
privy connell, has decided that It is lawful for
a clergyman to teach that "the body and
blood of Corist is actually present in the con?
secrated bread and wine, by vi rue of and in
consequence of the consecration, irrespective
of the faith and worthiness of the communi?
cant, and separately, from the act of reception
by the communicant;" that "the communion
table ls an altar of sacrifice at which the
priest appe?rs in a sacerdotal position," and
that "adoration ls due to Christ present upon
the altars ot the churches, in the sacrament,
under the form ot bread and wine."
-Railroad tunnels are proverbial for scrapes.
They sometimes come lt over cooing lovers,
who, having made good nae o? them In day
time, forget that by the light ot whale oil, long
siter the sun has sunk behind the western
h?ls, they cease to be a protection, and oscu
late tearlessly, to the delectation of heartless
passengers. But a yonng Californian, who
was recently returning frost an Eastern trip to
a beloved home, and a still more beloved some?
body who was to make another borne beauti?
ful some lime, bad a different adventure. He
remembered that be hadn't changed bis
shirt since leaving Chicago, but they
were nearing a tunnel where the- transfer
could be made, and, laking his spotless
linen from his travelling bag, he fixed all
the preliminaries and calmly awaited the
protecting shade. It came, and for a time the
train was tearing through thick da: kness,
but when the light of day streamed ia agaia
all eyes were turned to the young man's Beat
where two white arms plunged madly In the
air. Unconscious that he had emerged from
the regions of darkness, he was still struggling
in the folds of the clean shirt, through which be
was unable to force his head,paving omitted,
in his haste, to undo the collar button. As
with one final Jerk bis pink countenance burst
through the white garment, allowing Its
snowy folds to sink, 'jver the uncovered
portion of his anatomy, he look In the situa
tion at a glance and sank, demoralized, into
bis seat, ss altered and reformed a young man
as ever made a miscalculation.
THE NEWS will be published as usual
The Enterprise Railroad.
City Attorney Corbin bas .submitted a very
sensible opinion in regard to the powers
and obligations of the Enterprise Railway
Company. This opinion confirms the views
already expressed in these columns; which
are, that the Company has the right to lay
its tracks, without Ihe consent of Council,
ont has not the right to tear np the streets
at pleasure, repairiog them or not as it may
Some days/ago, we gave notice that the
Health Officer, Dr. Lebby, feared that be
would be obliged to raise the quarantine at
tbe ports of this State because of bis inabil?
ity to obtain from the Treasury any part'rf
the appropriation for the expenses of the
quatantine, made at tbe last session of the
Legislature. We are glad to inform the
pubiic Ibat Dr. Lebby bas succeeded in
making ample arrangements for continuing
tbe quarantine in full force throughout the
snmmer. That it will be rigid and efficient
there is no doubt
-A delegate to the recent Democratic
Convention at Bichmond, Va., put tbe case
neatly wben he said that the Old Dominion
at Baltimore must "go on Greeley's bond."
The Pall Elections.
Previous to the great Presidential contest
in November, the following States and Ter?
ritories hold elections this fall : North Caro?
lina, Angust 1; Kentucky, Montana and
Utah, August 5; New Mexico, September 1;
California, September 2 ; Vermont, Septem?
ber 3 ; Maioe, September 9; Colorado Terri?
tory. September 10; Dakota, Indiana, Iowa,
Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the Dis?
trict of Columbia, October 8; South Caro
Moa, October 16; West Virginia. October 24.
All the States vote for Presidential electors
on the 5th day o? November, and on tbe
same day the following choose State officers :
Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida,
Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mary?
land, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey,
New York, Tennessee, Virginia and Wis?
consin. Arizona bolds ber Territorial elec?
tion on the 8th of November.
The first State election to take place this
fall, it will be seen, is that in North Carolina,
August 1, and the campaign is an animated
one. State officers and members of Congress
are to be chosen. Tbe Republican candi?
date for Governor is Tod R. Caldwell ; the
Democratic candidate August S. Merriman.
The Congressional candidates in the several
districts are os follows: C. L. Cobb, Re?
publican; D. M Carter, Democrat; C. R.
Thomas, Republican; W. 0. Kitchen, Demo?
crat; Neill, McKay, Republican; A. M. Wad?
dell, Democrat; W. A. Smith, Republican;
Sion H. Rosers, Democrat; Thomas Settle,
Republican ; James M. Leach, Democrat; O.
H. Dockery, Republican ; Thomas S. Ashe,
Democrat; W. M. Furcbee, Republican; W.
M. Robbies, Democrat; W. G Candle, Re?
publican; Z. P. Vance, Democrat. North
Carolina last year gave nine tbonsand two
hundred and forty-five majority against a
proposition to call a convention to revise
tbe State Constitution, which was a Repub?
lican victory. In 1871 it gave four thousand
two hundred and twenty-one Democratic
majority, aud in 1S68 for Grant twelve thous?
and one hundred and thirty-six.
-The Columbia Union says that Horace
Greeley is a carpet-bagger, inasmuch as be
went to New York from bis native New Eng?
land with bis entire worldly effects tied up
in a cotton handkerchief. Not so. A hand?
kerchief is not a carpet-bag; and honest
labor is not carpet-bagiem.
Is the Game Worth the Candle 1
It has been estimated that the loss to the
workingmen of New York in wages alone by
the Btrikes amounts, BO far, to nearly $2,
000,000. Had this sam been saved, and ju?
diciously invested as capital in co-operative
enterprises, at least 2000 workmen wonld
have been placed ia a position to be their
own employers. Ic will be readily Been how
the benefits might be farther extended by
half the sacrifices that are required to make
the strikes a temporary success. Besides
the direct money IOSB by the strikes, the
"indirect damages" are a serious item, for
in many trades the strikers have succeeded
in killing the goose that laid the golden
egg. The brown-stone cotters in New York
declare that th.-ir trade in that city is
almost mined, and what little shipbuilding
has been doiog there has, says the Mail,
been driven away.
The following interesting announcement
appears in the New York World of June
29th, under the bead of auction sales:
By A. H. Nailer, P. R. Wilkins & Co.,
Office No 7 Pin?? street,
8ATUBDAY. June 29,
At 12 o'clock, p. m.. at the Exchange Sales
Room, No. Ill Broadway,
(By order ol H. H. Kim pion, Esq.)
AU the right, till**, Interest and estate which
Joseph Crews had on the 20 h of Mar, 1870,
being one-twelfih of the stock of the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad Company (South
Carolina,) then owned and held by the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad partnership, said
stock being about 50,000 shares. Terms cash.
The Narrow Gauge.
The Narrow Gange Railroad Convention,
held in St. Louis, last week, bas not added
much to the stock of general information in
refereoce to tbe comparative merits of the
broad and narrow gauge systems. It was
contended that narrow gauge railroads
would be peculiarly advantageous to tbe
Soutb on account of their low cost of con?
struction and reduced running expenses.
Tbe great drawback arising from break of
gauge in connecting with wider roads was
discussed by the Convention. It was pro?
posed that a third rail, three feet from either
line of track, should be laid inside of the
standard four feet eight and a half inch
roads, so as to accommodate narrow gauge
oars, and thus allow a "mixed train" to be
r uo. Tb is plan is said to be in operation on
| eighteen miles of tbe Canada Grand Trunk
Railway. The objections to this system are
that tbe third rail must be as Leavy as the
iron of broader gauge track, and that tbe
additional expense would cover the cost of
building a separate narrow gauge road-bed.
The plan of laying two small narrow gaugo
rails inside the track of the broader gange
was also suggested, but the difficulty of run?
ning mixed trains with safety seemed to be
an insuperable objection. The last question
discussed was the cost of transhipping goods
from narrow gauge to standard gauge cars.
It was stated that in the South the cost of
transporting freight per mile was one cent
per ,ton en narrow gauge, and one and a
half cents on standard gauge roads, while
the cost of reshipment was tlve cents per too.
Arguing from these ligures, it was contended
that it would pay to break bulk at tbe end
of every hundred miles, and to ship freight
from one car to another, even at an expense
of ten cents per ton for handling. The or?
dinary freight cars on a standard gauge rail?
road weigh ten tons, and the locomotive
weighs twenty-five tons, while on a narrow
gauge road the weight of tbe locomotive and
cars is less than one-half the above figures.
The dead weight on standard gauge lines is
staled to be from three thousand to five
tbousaud pounds for each passenger trans?
ported. The St. Louis Convention ap?
pointed a committee of thirteen to collect
statistics on the subject, and passed resolu?
tions recommending the construction of a
Darrow gauge railroad from the interior to
The Great clorida Canal.
The routes of commerce are now beiog
straightened in every part of the world. The
gain of a few hundred miles is sufficient in?
ducement to tunnel a mountain, run a canal
through a desert, or construct a railroad up
the steepest hillsides. Among the latest
projects of Ibis character in tbe United
States is one to push a ship canal across the
peninsula of Florida. The indicated route
ls up St. John's River 127 miles, then np the
Oclclawaha River for sixty miles. To this
point a ship canal for the distance of forty
miles must be cut through the swamps to
the Aroaxnra River, at a point thirty-five
miles from its mouth, where it empties into
the Gulf of Mexico, near Cedar Keys. Ry
this route six hundred and fifty miles will be
saved on the voyage between the mouth of
the Mississippi and the Atlantic ports. As
the trade of the past year between the ports
on tbe Gulf and those on the Atlantic coast
amounted to 800,000 tons, it is believed tbat
a handsome revenue would be derived from
the proposed canal.
[From the Columbia Carolinian.!
We are pleased to note the evidence of pro
gretu and success of our contemporary TEE
CHARLESTON NEWS. We learn that the pro?
prietors ot that live paper have purchased tho
handsome and commodious building known
as the Southwestern Railroad Bank, on
Broad street, at a cost of $15.000 and will
shortly remove Into lt. THE NEWS deserves
all the success it may win.
owning Taxable Property in the Town of 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 of the said taxes are required to be
m 'de on or before the 15th day of Jnly next, after
w itch date executions wm be issued against all
Office hoars from io o'clock A. M. to 2 o'clock P.
M. each day. Sundays excepted.
Mount Pleasant, Jane u, 1872.
F. M. KINLOCH,
Jonis swo_Town Treasurer.
Ornas, <? be mi cali, tire.
DR. FITLER'S VE^ETA^LE RH?U
Warrante-* under oain never to have failed to
cure. 28.600 Uer Ufl cat es or tes ti mon als of cure,
Including Kev. C. li. Kwing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs. Falls of Schuylkill. Philadel?
phia; the wire of Rev. J B. Davis, Hurhtstown,
New Jersey; Kev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia Uou. J V. Creelev, member Con?
gress irom Philadelphia; Bon. Judire Lee, carn?
een, New Jersey; ex-senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor fowell, K>nincky, aud thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money rem ded.
DR. OEO. CAULle K, A^ent,
julyl-lyr_charleston, s. C.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. B. WARNER A CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAEK, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Pius, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cinch?n ta Calisaya
elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr n and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferreted
h ax ir caitsaya, Iron and strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of WU i Cherry
Ferrated Wine of wild Cherry
comp, syrup or Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
-syrup of Uypophosphltes (for Consumntlon.Bron
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Tjoaenges uf Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotainlng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Como. Tal- ls a new and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the DaadeU<a. Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
its medicinal vlrtu-s, lt ls u-efnl as a vehicle
and for oia-kiug the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian aud Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinlue, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's -yrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosts, Ac
EUx. Valerlauate or strychnia
EUX. ^no-ph Quinine Irou and Strychnia (of the
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especially serviceable In cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. R, Warner A Co.
manufacture a fud line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar- oated Pills, au or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DR. H BAER, NO. 131 Meeting street,
mch23 d*w6mos Charleston, S. O.
pm* NOTICE.-ON ACCOUNT OF TO?
DAY being a Holiday the Steamship GOLF
STREAM, Tor Philadelphia, will sall on SATURDAY
AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock, Instead of TO-MORROW
AFTKRNOON, as before advertised.
Julyl-1 W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
pm* CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON. S. C., JULY 4, 1872.
TO-DAY being the Fourth of Jnly, the City Onices
will be closed. w. W. SIMONS,
jnly4-1 Clerk of connell.
j?S- OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT ?TOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum:
GLASS NO 25-WEDNESDAY MORNING, Joly 3.
46- 25-72-3G-63-59-60 -48-65-24-61-12
CLASS NO. 26- WRDNR8DAY EVENING, July 3.
30-16-23-39-18-67- 9-64- 1-45-61-71
Witness my hand at Oharleaton, S. c.. 3d day
July, 1872. A. MOROSO, V
j nly 4 Sworn Commissioner.
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fund-Official Raffle Numbers :
RAFFLE CLASS No. 687-HORNING.
RAtFLE CLASS No. 688-KVBNINO.
AB witness onr hands at Oharleaton this 3i
day of Joly, 1872.
JAMES GILLILA ND,
july4 Sworn Commissioners.
pm* PCBLIC MARKETS, JULY 3, 1872.
To DAT being the Fourth of July, thia Mar?
ket will be closed at 9 o'clock A. M.
J nly 3 Chief Clerk.
pm* PENSIONERS OF THE SOUTH
Carolina S *lety please call on the Treasurer, No.
?. Broad au cet. July 3
SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's Island, ts now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those Intending to locate there
dnrlng the summer months) with their Snppliea
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
in perron to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, ' F. L. O'NEILL.
OFFICE OF COUNT ? AUDITOR,
CHARLESTON COON TY, FlKE-PROOF BUILDING,
CHARLESTON, S. OL, JULY 1, 18T2.-The Second
Instalment, In accordance with an Act to provide
for a General License Law, ls now dne, July 1,
1872. All persons interested will please give their
Immediate attention at tbls office.
SAMUEL h. BENNETT,
IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
OOUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. DAV A NT, Oom missioner, vs. the Trastees of J
the College of Beaufort -Pursuant to the order or
the Hon. C. B. FARMER, Judire, in the above stated
ca-e. notice ls hereby given to all and singular j
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIOQ [
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
daya from the date of this order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims beiore the under?
signed, deceiver, at his office, in the Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. O. JUDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beanfort, S C., Jnne 14, 1872_jnn22-60
^NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RAI LR Ol.) OOMPANY.
The State, ex Relatione the Attorney-General
p aintur, vs. the Greenville and Colombia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES O. GIBBES, JAMES R. PRINGLE and
others, Plaintiffs, vs. the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad uompany 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 Ref?
eree on the above stated cases to ascertalu and
report, among other things, the amonnt of in?
debtedness or tue Groonruieand Columbia Rail?
road Company, with authority by advertisement
to require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive demanda before him
Nptlce la hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of the said Greenville and Colombia
Railroad Company, who. her holding bonds of the
first mortgage, bonds or certificates of Indebted?
ness guaranteed t y the state, booda or certifi?
cates of Indebtedness of the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds or dalma of any other
character, t present and establish their respec?
tive dalma before the undersigned as Referee, at
his office In Colombia south Carolina on or be?
fore the 1st day of october next, at which time
his report on such dalma will be made np and
submitted to the Conrt In the auld cases.
Jon v s. OREEN, Referee.
Columbia. S. C., Jone 19, 1872. Jan27-l2tbll
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nent citizens, some ef which are subjoined. In
everything in which the articles now In uso are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY Is perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt does not Boll the
clothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair In
use. lt restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so in from three to ten days,
virtually feeding the roots or the Hair with al)
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth of the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this won terfnl discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect ou the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. O.
For Bale by the Agent, DR. H. J3AER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. a
CINCINNATL-T H E ANNIVERSARY
Meeting of this Society will be beld at
tue Sooth carolina Hall, Meeting street, Tnis
DAY, the 4th Instant, at 4 o'clock P. M., after
which the Society will dine together at the aoove
mentioned p.ace. JAMES SIMONS, Jr,
TRISH KIF LE CLUB.-ATTKND YOUR
JL Regular Meeting, at Ar cher v H all. at 8 o'clock
THIS EVENING. J. H. WALSH,
ATTENTION I CHARLESTON RIF< E
MEN.-Tue Recular Fourth of July Colla
iiuu of your Club will take place at the Hail of the
K'dgh's of Pythias, corner or King and society
streets, THIS (Thursday) MORNING, 4th inst., at io
By order of E. D. WELCH, Chairman of Commit?
tee on Collation. Honorary Members are respect*
fully Invited to attend. H D. BIOalSE,
Jnly3_._Secreiary pro tem.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
CHARLESTON COUNTY, CHARLESTON, S.
c., JULY 3. 1872.-The Regular Monthly Meeting
of the Board of Examiners of Charleston County
wit, be held at the Normal School, No. s st. PM ip
street, on SATURDAY, stn instant, commencing at
o o'clock A. M .
candidates for examination will please be pre-,
sent punctually at tne hour named.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OF
FIUB, NOKTHEASTRRN RAILROAD COM?
PANY. CHAKLE-TUN, JULY 8, 1872.-Au Ad?
journed Meeting of the SIOCKholders of this Com?
pany will be held at the Had of the Planters' aud
Mechanics' Bank, on WEDNESDAY, loth instant, at
rj o'clock M. C. WILLI MAN,
jul)4-thmw3 Secretary and Treasnrer.
IO. O. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. THE STATE OF SOL" TU CAROLINA.-The
M W. Grand Ma? t r will in stall the Officers or the
subordinate Lodges, at Odd F-Ulows' Hall, on the
following evenlcga, at 8 o'clock:
Jefferson Lodge, No. 4 on TUESDAY. 2d July.
South Carolina Lodge, No. 1, on WEDNESDAY,
Marion Lodge, No. 2, on FRIDAY, 5th July.
Schiller Lodge, No. 30, on SUNDAY. 7th July.
How i rd Ludjo, No. 3, on THURSDAY, m h July.
The ofllcers and members of the Grand Lodge
are requested to attend and assist in the installa?
By order or the M. W. G. M. ROBT, JAMES,
W- ANTED, A WOMAN~TO COOK AND
make herself otherwise useful. Apply to
No io Rutledge street, fourth door north of Queen.
WANTED, A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL,
covered spring Wagon. A mil CiBh
price will be paid, apply at once to W. HUNT.
No 42 Market street, north side. Jul.v4-'hs2*
WANTED, TWENTY FIVE SHARES
In Homestead Loan Associai iou, for which
the highest cash price will be paid. Apply by
lei ter to Mr. DKAN Kr. ti, at ibu office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WHITE
WOMAN, without children, to cook wash
and iron, and make Uerseli generally useful about
housework. To such a one, a good home In a
healthy part of the coonta y and liberal wages will
be given. None need apply wlthont being well
recommended. Apply to s. 0. CURRIE, George's
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE
aged colored woman, without incom
brauces. as child's nurse. Apply wita references
to 0. F. PANKNIN, No. 123 Meeting street.
PRIVATE BOARD WANTED IN A RES?
PECTABLE Family, by a Lady and Gentle?
man. Adnress, with full particular?, "Palmetto,"
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Honae in the central or western
part or the oliy. Address "Q," at this office, Btat
mg location, terms, Ac._feb?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
sewing Machine in the market is the HUM*; SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, Na 266 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L BlaSELL._Janl2-6moB
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wlsue8 a position as Teacher in some
public institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going into the country, can
teach french, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
brauobes ol a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., at the o dice of MHB paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
LLe Policies, lusaring the lives of partuers In
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amouut insured for ls.paid to the sot vivlng party.
It also insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
Cost ano io uno.
LOST, A BUNCH OF KE?S. APPLY
at thia office._July4-1*
LOST, A NECKLACE OF GOLD BEADS,
Antique pattern, each one c .t In Octagons,
emuected by uellcaie golden links. If recovered
by any one a handsome reward wm tc given,
ami no questions asked, If left at DAILY NEWS
office. m.) 4-ut*
STRAYED, ON WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING, from Southern Expi ess office, a small
uver-Colored. English TERR.En BlTcB, answers
to the name of Eva. A reward will be paid li de
I vered at ExpreBa ufflce, Basel street. fpjyj
FOUND, A SUM OF .MONEY. THE
uwuer, on descil lng same aud paying tor
Uns advertisement, can obtain lt by applying to
wM. MCKAY, No. 46 Wentworth street. jui>3
STOLEN, FROM BAXTER & CANNON,
on cooper River, one B -v Y HORSE, about 12
uanda high, with white ring round the right foot;
i ure top hos beeu recently cut, with wiine spot on
forehead. Any lo formation concerning the rame
will be rewarded ou application tu Kl.\sMAN A
Huwr.LL, Faotors, East Bay, Charleston, S. C., or
BAXTER A CANNUN, Cooper River.
LOST, IN EAST BAY STREET. BE
tween new customhouse and Broad street,
oi m Queen street, between East Bay and Church
streets, a Plain GuLU COFF BOTTUN, (round.)
The tinder will be rewarded br leaving nat tue
Office or the Oohed States Assistant Treasurer,
in new Customhouse. July2
FOR SALE, A HORSE AND BUGGY.
Sold because the owner ls leaving the city.
Apply at this office._July4-1?
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing nine rooms, on front beach Sui
nvan's leland. Apply to S. A. WOODSID 4, No. 86
TO RENT, A MOST DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE In the central-western por?
tion of the city, within one square of the City
Railway. The House contains six square rooms,
with dressing room and pantry, larne cistern and
well of Wttter.neat n iwer garden and all necessary
outbuildings. The premises will be rented-for
tnree, six months, or longer, eltner witn or with?
out furniture, if agreeable arrangements can be
made for the owner to blre one room or board
with the family. Address '"House," Key Box No.
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, A
small and comfortable Dwelling, on front
Beach, east of Fort Moultrie. Apply at No. 118
Calhoun street._Jnly2 tuth83
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
BUILDING, on the north side of Hay ne
street. Large cistern on the premises. Apply at
No 1 Hay ne street._may30-thstn
TO RENT, SEVERAL HOUSES. APART?
MENTS and Rooms, rentrai and northwest?
ern localities. AIBO, on Klngstreet. Apply to 340
King street, or Fire-Prooi Building._Jnlyl
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on snllvan's
imand, withlu six minutes' waik of the Steam?
boat Lauding, containing eight square rooms,
pantry, double piazzas, Ac On th? premises are
a large eis ern and weil of water, and all neces
sary outbuilding-). AIBO, a One Vegerable Gar?
den u der cultivation. To an approved tenant,
the rent win be moderate. Apply toB. S. D.
MU. KENFPaS, No. 67 Hasel street._Jnn26
\JT SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
nae of machinen aiioweu gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
M , at the Pepos.tory, Chalmers street. Junia
to my friends and the ruh ic that I- have
opened AN ESTABLISHMENT FUR MANUFAC
TU KI NO LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR, at No. 161 Klug street, where 1 would be
happy to receive any orders In my line. SAM'L
LANGLEY, Jr. junioimo |
J^XC?J^Ij^OTTFiO?RTH OF JULY.
The schooner ELIZABETH will make her rega?
lar Excursion Trips on T?X-DAT, the 2d. THORS
DAT, the 4th, SATURDAY, the 6tb, and will con?
tinue to do the aame on the above afternoons
daring the summer months, leaving Commercial
Wharf at half-past 4 P. H. july2tutb2
?pOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION.
All Members and Officers of the c. L. A. are re?
quested to meet at Military Hall Wentworth
street, at 3 o'ckck P. M., THIS DAY, 4th inst.;
and all Military companies, Firemen and Civic
Associations are respectfully Invited to partici?
pate in the aame. Tbe Washington Cornet Band,
of Savannah, Ga., will escort the Procession to
White Point Garden, where the Declaration of In?
dependence will be read, and addresses delivered
by Messrs. STEWART A NORRI ?j, by request
W. J. BRODIE, President U. L. A
Attest : ALIX. WILLIAMS, Chairman Committee
of Arrangements. julys -
QITKENS^AvTNG? BANRT?F SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
On and after Monday, 8th Joly, 1872, the rega?
lar Semi-Annual Interest will be paid to Deposi?
tors, who are requested to bring in their Books1
at that time, that the same may be entered.
All Interest not paid on the 81st Joly will be
added to the principal.of the Depositor, and win
itself draw Interest as ir deposited on the 1st
Instant. Interest ls compounded and added to
principal quarterly, bnt ls payable as heretofore
In January and Joly.
All sams of and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
In this Bank, on or before the firth day or each
Calendar Month, win bear interest (Six Per Cent.)
for that month as li deposited on the 1st Instant.
Deposits or One Dollar aod upwards received
dally from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATURDAY
This Branch ls nnder the management or the
following Local Finance Commute:
LOUIS D. DESAUSSURE, ?
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELCHER?,
DB. A. B.ROSE, BENJ. F. ETAN'S, * '
C. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches or thia Bank at the moat prominent
points in the State. D. RAVENEL, Jr.,
Jo'.yl-6 '_Assistant Cashier.
JgOWLES BROTHERS & CO.,
?LONDON, PARIS AND BOSTON,
No. 19 WILLIAM STREET,
OIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, available
throughout the world. Bills of Exchange and
Telegraphic Transfers on any part or Europe in
sams io auic. may28-x
THREE MONT BS AFTER DATE AP?
PLICATION will be made for renewal or 4
shares Union Bank Stock, standing In the name
or Trust es Shina's Dispensary, the original
having been lost.
Charleston, Joly 3, 1872. Jnly41amo3
THREE WELK8 AFTERDATE APPLI?
CATION will be made for renewal or Cer
i locate of 168 Snares or Planters'and Mechanics'
Bauk Stock, standing la the name or Trustees
Shtrra's Dispensary, the original having been lost.
Charleston. July 8,1872._Jnly4-th8
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-TO
ALL WHOM If MAY CONCERN : This ls to
c rtlfy that pursuant to the provisions or an Act
or tbe General Assembly or ibo said State, rati?
fied and approved on tbs loth Dec* mber, A. D,
18O9. a Company has been organized under the
name of the "AsHLEY LAND PHOSPHATE COM?
PANY," for the purpose of carrying on the baal*
ness of Mining the Phosphate Rock or Deposits,
or other material adapted to the pnrposes of fer?
tilizing, which may be now known or hereafter
ol ?cu ve red or touud la tbis or any other state,
and of manufacturing or converting and manipu?
lating the said Phosphate Rock or other material
into a manure or Fertiliser, by any processor
processes which may be deemed expedient.
Tbe Company ts located at Charleston, In aald
State, and wilgha ve Ita principal office of business
at that place; bat will carry on business outside
of the county or Charleston, and throughout, and
beyond the limits of this State, aa occasion may
The amount or the Capital Stock or Bald Compa?
ny ls TWENTY TWO THOUSAND DOLLA KS. the
whole ot which has been actually paid lo. and the
par value ol each Share la ONE HUNDRED (100)
In witness whereof we have hereunto Bet oar
hands this lst.day or Joly, A- D. 1872.
K, Q. PINCKNEY, President.
0. RUTLEDGE HOLM BS, Treasurer.
DIBEOTOHS.-FRANCIS I. PELZ SK, HBNBY CARD,
T. D. ?.AS0N. B. F. H COBB.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-CHARLESTON
COUNTY : Personally appeared before me, R.
Q PINCKNEY, President, and 0. RUTLEDGE
UOLUE", Treasurer, and FRANOIS J. PELZ ER,
HENRY CARO, T. D. EAS >N and B. F. HUGER, Di?
rector?, who, being duly sworn, say that the mar?
iera and things stated in the foregoing c er tl tl cate
aro true and correct.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 1st day
I or July, A. D. 1872. JENNINGS W. PERRY,
R. Q. PLNOKNfcY, President.
0. RUTLEDGE HOLMES, Treasurer.
DIRECTORS.-FRANCIS J. PELZ BR, HENRY CARD,
T. D. EABON, B. P. HUGER._Jnly4-3
<?opartne?3i)iji8 ano flhseointioni.
HB^MRSIGNED HAVE ASSOClT
TED themselves together as partners In the
business ot Keeping the "Charleston Hotel,"
nnder the name of E. fi. JAOKsON A CO.
F.. H. JACKSON.
JOHN HANCK" L.
Charleston. July 2, 1872._Jniy3-3
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated with me In baslness, Mr.
I GEORGE F. BABBAGE. The name and style of
the firm will hereafter be J. R. READ A CO.
J EU READ*
Charleston, Joly 1st, 1872._ Jniyl-4*
MR. WILSON GLOVER IS THIS DAY
admitted a member of oar tum.
jmyl-mtuthS L? D. MOWRY A SON.
cheleston, Joly 1st, 1872._
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him fa baslness Mj*?HARLES R.
VA LR. The minarse ture of Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery In general, will hereafter be
carried on nnder the name and firm of SMITH A
VALK, at the old stand east end Hasel street.
Juo25-lmo _ J. RALPH ?MlTH.
^ CAE D .
Ail operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANLIEK&ON in the most Betentino manner, On the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Lina
and Meeting streets. ?
sarHlghest prices paid m Cash for Crude Turp?n
rj T. CHAPEAU A 00.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
- CHARLESTON, S. a
The highest prices paid for Crude.
"gi P. WALL, JR.,
"INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL,
OFFICE 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*
ponies reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits, special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
dec23-Btathamo No, 28 George street.
Q3ratexitt, Z?pupB, &t.
XJ?WTDBT?ANB MOLASSES^ HAMS
IV i AND BACON.
100 Db's N. 0. MOLASSES
100 bbls. and tierces Muscovado Molasses
loo r.bi-. s. H. Sf mp
150 tierces (small) S. 0. Hams
60 hods. 0. H. Sides *
. 60 alida. Shoulders
loo bbls. and bair bbls Nos. 1,2 and 8 Mack?
76 boxes (small) Factory Cheese
loo kee? auv toba coolee Butter.
For sale lo? by - - ? .
STEFFENS, WERNFP* DUCKER,
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a large supply or the above. Each
bottle contains four nounda of the beat Beef, ex.
elusive or fat; can be used whh cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Codltver OH, aad
destroys th- taste of the Oil. .
Toe only food for delicate children.
This ls much superior to the "Extract of Beef,"
heretofore offered.to the public, a* will be found
upon trial For sale by Dr. B. BAKU,
Jnn7_No. 181 Meeting street
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U.S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAB' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT.
Offer for sale from U. & Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
Tarions vintage*, la
Quarter casks ii,
Oase? of one doaen bottles each.
Jp AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARt,
MORDECAI k co., Na no test Bay, offer tor
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
_ MORDECAI A 00.
~p A L K I B K ALE.
- MORDECAI A CO., Na no East Bay, ofter for
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Ola-gow. In Pints. MORDECAI tc gfcf
T) ORTO RICO MOL ASSES.
MORDECAI A co., No. lio East Bay. offer for
pale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, In strong
packages._MORDECAI k CO.
p RIME WHITE O0SN.
MORDECAI k GO., Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks. ,
?_ MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI k co., Na lio East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di.
rect from F ac to ry-m Havana._. ? ' ';' '.y.,;
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for Bale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
g?LLlYAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
S. H. WILSON & BRO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such of the
Islanders as patronize them, at their respectiva
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We ah?U take pleasure in taking charge of an j
goods bought In Charleston, not. in oar line, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any orders entrusted to oar care, either In oar
line of business or not, will m?et with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST*
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
S'. H. WILSON & BRO.,
No. 806 KINO STRIKT, CHARLESTON, S. C V
JpOR THE BES T OF
Get the Lives of the Great Music Masters;
Of Bethnoven, ($2;) of Handel, ($2;) of Mozart,
($1 76;) Of Mendelssohn, ($1 76;) of Rossini,
($1 76;) or Chopin, ($1 50;) or or Schu?
mann, (81 76.)
These are no humbug Biographies, bnt are
charmingly written and very en ter talula g books,
Mozart's Letters, two vols, each, $l 76; Bethoo
ven's Letters, $2; Mendelssohn's .Letters, two
vols, each, $176: and Reminiscences or Mendels?
sohn, $1 76.
To have a Jubilee at home send for
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE CHORUS BOOB.
For a good work on Composition, bay 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 HuU and Harry Sanders,
The above Books sent peat free on receipt of re?
OLIVES DITSON A GOv, J C. H-. DITSON A 00,
. Boston. I Uew York..