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MONDAY, JULY. 8, 1872.
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Carolina. ? ? _ _ '
?ti. .SEWS OF THE*DAT.
-Austria will In future execute condemned
murderers by shooting.
-Recent, experiment have established the
fact that some plants areas sensitive to the In
flueace of chloroform as animals.
?The Boston Jubilee will pay expenses.
Considering the amount Invested In lt
1600,000-this ts surprising, and certainly the
like was "ne'er seen before."
-The pretended correspondence between
Mi as Nellie Grant and (Jlieen Victoria first saw
. light tn a San Francisco mind. A people that
can vote. $10,000,000 to a prospective railroad
are excusable for moderate eccentricities.
-the . ladles pf Augusta, Georgia, have
formed_ a society to assist the early closing
movement The members of the society, on
joining, agree to make no purchase after four
o'clock; during the summer months.
-The . amount ot small-pox Io Baltimore ls
very, considerable, and an exaggerated est!
mate pote lt as high as six thousand cases.
The newspapers keep very quiet on tbe sub-,
Ject, but admit that the whole community is
crowding about the vaccine physicians, and
that, although there are eighty public places
for vaccination in the city, the practitioners
have not enough time to answer the demands.
-At Sharon, New York, recently, a pretty
Bhakeress 'eloped with a yoong Shaker,
greatly to the surprise and indignation of tbe
community. The runaway couple were fol?
lowed, but the pursuers found that they were 11
too late, as the happy couple had been made j j
man' and wife. The lady, in answer to the
angry expostulations of ber friends, ls reported L f
to have said: "You can make your apple sass I (
and warrant it to keep; .but gals ain't apples,
and yon can't bile 'em down so they wont
BOUT on your old rules about marrying."
-A dispatch from Tarboro', N. C., Jul; 4th, j '
gives,an account of an attempt to murder a 11
Democratic editor, Captain Biggs, ot the Tar
boro' Southerner, by a mob of Radical negroes.
Tne dispatch says: "The 4th of Joly was ob?
served' here to-day by a large crowd of ne?
groes. Captain Biggs, of the Southerner,
iras present as a reporter. He was assailed
by a large number of negroes, and saved bis
/fe with difficulty, after having exhausted all
his weapon--. - It ls certain the attack 'was
planned before hand. The author s of the out?
rage are known."
-A cocvention of the stockholders of the
Savannah, Albany and Golf Railroad was held
in Savannah on the 3d instant, to consider cer?
tain charges that had been made against the
management of the road under President
Borevon. SIX directors bad resigned from
dissatisfaction w'th the policy pursued by that
officer. These attributed the present non?
paying condition of the road to his inatten?
tion. . .They had requested bis resignation of
the mayoralty of Savannah, and advised cer?
tain retrenchments In the operating expenses
of the road. The city council declined to ac?
cept his resignation of. the mayoralty, and the
president had not heeded the advice of his
six directors lor retrenchment. The conven?
tion of stockholders endorsed the adminlstra
-New York ls still excited upon the weath?
er question. Under the heading of th's arti?
cle, the Sun declares that on Tuesday an ex?
traordinarily large number of sunstrokes was
' reported, and the death roll ls terribly long.
Men, women and children of all classes ot
society, though generally of the middling
classes, were stricken down by the relentless
beat, and In many cases there was no warning
of the fate in store for the Bun's burning, for
they tell-dead where the deadly ray struck
them. The ambulances were In constant de?
mand, and they rolled through streets which
had seldom seen them, Wall, Broad and like
streets down town, and the aristocratic streets
np to WD, fringed by brown-stone-front ed
houses, echoed to the quiet roll of the porten
tons vehicle, and people who perhaps had
never before seen one, yesterday could say,
'There goes an-ambulance."
-The English look-out contest In the build?
ing trade between the masters and men ls
still retained with uncertain results. A lock?
out, like, a strike, eau only be efficacious if Jt
is general, and tue masters do-not seem to
have taken the trouble to ascertain in ad?
vance whether the majority of small firms
were in a positioner in a mood, to-co-operate
In snob, a measure^ They had a notion, more-.
over, that the masons, plasterers, ?c., could be
separated from the carpenters and Joiners,
but at this moment the union between all
branches of the workmen seems perfect. It
ls so perfect that the concord between
the men ls doing more to make the lock?
out universal than agreement between the
masters. Great contractors, who meast to go
on with certain portions of contracts, find
themselves brought toa complete standstill.
TbAgreat hope of the masters in such circum?
stances is their want of hope.' If they yield,
.it must be an unconditional surrender, and Is
?tire to be followed by other demands against
'whloh they will have less means of standing
ont than they, now have. The nine hours'
schedule will soon be foll o wed by one of eight.
Bat the current ls all on the men's side. At
the tim? ol the great Newcastle strike, lt was
pointed out that the method then adopted, and
the success gained by the men, must largely
influence the relations of employer and em- \
ployed all over England and in every branch
of labor. In not a single contest since then
nave the employers carried the day, and
there la no reason to suppose the builders will
succeed where others have failed.
-The decorations of the place of meeting of
tte Bal?more Convention will not cost more
than Ave thousand dollars, which Is one-half
USEZ S2M?!d f0t lhe **T decorations at
Philadelphia; but they wm be quite as effec?
tive. In front of the theatre a grand triple
arch or portico of evergreens over the pave?
ment, bearing these memorable words utter '
ed on the occasion of the grand old rally of
IUD, in Baltimore; "Every mountain has
sent forth Ita rill, every valley Its stream,every
river Its flood, and so the avalanche of the
people is here:" This legend wilt adorn the
iront of the evergreen portico facing south.
On the western end will be Inscribed the
words '-National- Democratic- Convention,
1872." Over the main entrance of the theatre
will be the following sound Democratic legend:
"The Constitution ls still the object ofou?
reverence, the bond-of-our union of defence
io danger, the source "of oar prosperity m
peace."-[Andrew Jackson.' Over the en?
trance nearest Howard Bireet will be the fol?
lowing motto: "The whole art of the govern?
ment consists in the art of being honest!'
-[Jefferson. On the fcrout of the building
above the first story there will be iijur quota?
tions from Washington's fareweil address,
serving to stimulate the national and patriot?
ic spirit of the people who rever? the name ci
the lather of his country, and are mlndtul of
the legacy of liberty whloh he has left to
them. Within the theatre, coats of arms of
all the States, furnished by the same decora?
tive artist who at Philadelphia transformed
the Academy of Music into a flower garden,
and who is, by the way, a Democrat will
be tastefully distributed. About the interior,
evergreens, flowers growing in terra-cotta
vases, hanging baskets, and other choice or
nameiits, will not be wanting; while the por?
traits of Washington, Jefferson and Jackson,
Charles Carroll, or Carrrditbo, and Henry Clay
will pe placed in conspicuous places.
Colonel Trenholra on Local Reform.
Colonel W. L. Trenholm nw published a
pamphlet in which he gives*an account of
tbe chief political events ic South Caro?
lina since the war, with some reflections
upon the narrative and upon the present
state of public affairs. The deductions of
Colonel Trenholm, briefly stated, are, that
the consolidation of the Republican party in
the State, and the failure of every effort to
improve the character of the government,
are due to the inconsiderate mingling of the I
whites io tbe strife of National politics, and j
to a mistake made by tbe leaders of the j
Reform movement In other words, Colonel
Trenholm argues ?Sat it was unwise, if natu
ral, to make a fight against the validity of
the Reconstruction Constitution in 1868, and I
that .it was unwise'for the Reformers to I
nominate candidates lu 1870, wbeo, by I
neting as an organized body, without candi- J
dates of their own, they could have exer?
cised a decisive influence in the conduct of I
public affairs, either by impressing greater
conserva Lia mu ponthoRepubli can policy, or I
by acting as auxiliaries in an open conflict
These are the present opinions of the large
majority ot the white citizens of the State.
They admit that it would have been better
'or them if t Ley could fi a ve known, four years I
ago, exactly what the future would bring I
'o. tb. The few who did see that tho people I
?vere kicking against the pricks remained I
?lent, because, to use their own formula,
.hey did not wish to be killed on the skirmish j
?ne. Bat lt ls generally conceded that the I
few were right and the many were wrong; I
ind the white citizens, taking experience as I
:heir guide, are ready to follow oat any
practicable plan of reform which may be
submitted to them. What Colonel Tren-1
holm propones in this regard is that the'
Friends of reform abstain from the agitations
of the Presidential contest and make a pub
lie spirited bosiaess-like effort to reform tbe I
State Government in all its departments.
He very properly says that any section of the
Republican party ?hat will pat forward, a I
State ticket reasonably satisfactory on tbe I
score of capacity and ir teg ri ty will deserve
support from a majority of the voters, and I
will no dotibt get it IT the selfish desires of
needy or ambitions men cid be suppressed.
The policy which Colonel Trenholm ad?
vises ia already adopted by the taxpaying!
citizens, and his pamphlet odds to the many I
reasons wby that policy should be persevered J
lo until tbe State election ie over. There is j
not a public man of note who has declared
himself in favor of canvassing the State in
opposition to Grant and Wilson. The De-1
mocracy wisely resolved to be represented
In the Baltimore Convention, bot they go no
further. There is L<O indication anywhere, I
In the ranks pf the tuxpayers, of a purpose I
to organize any movement connected with
National politics, which might interfere with
the plans of tbe few Republicans who bon-1
sstly work for State reform. With the same I
slew, the Democrats determined to make j
no nominations for State officers. They
hold themselves in readiness to support any
capable and. honest Republicans whom the
other side may nominate. Colonel Tren?
holm, we believe, proposes nothing more,
and this is the disappointing feature of his
pamphlet. We had boped that be would
have marked out a line of action, that he
would have given the taxpayers something
to do, that he would have oflered them an
occupation less irksome than that of lying
idle and waiting for a good government I
to turn up. Surely sixty thousand white I
citizens, possessing dearly all the property I
and 'in teliigence and experience in the State,
can do something for their own deliverance 11
A thorough organization, if only an organi-1
zation for doing nothing, would be better
than tbe absolute passivism w which the
Conservatives are reduced. I
The Freedmen's Bureau, the Union League I
and the Carpet-bag brigade are not alone to
blame for the trt?nble which has fallen upon
the State. The people have not In any I
State election, used with vigor and judgment
the means at their command. Sagacity and
culture, houses and lands, bonds and stocks,
are bf no value politically if the possessors
act as though they were penniless ignorant
uses. The municipal election in Charleston I
was not won by intimidation, or by appeals
to the intelligence of the colored voters, or
by systematic passivism. But every election
held in South Carolina since the war ended
could have been carried in the way in which
the Charleston election was carried. The
troth is that the property and intelligence of
the State have not done what they might
have done to break up the Rings. . Golden
opportunities have been allowed-to pass by.
Parsimony or calculation has strengthened
the Rings in their hour of peril, and bas
brought to an untimely end every attempt to
force che public plunderers into the courts of
the State. It is this which reducer the tax?
payers BO low. They lie at the mercy or
men whom, if they would? they could out?
argue,'out-work and out-buy.
In conclusion, we cordially recommend
Colonel Trenholm's well-written pamphlet to
the attention ol the public. It is a worthy
companion to the plea for freedom ol thought
and united action delivered by the same
gentleman before the Charleston Board of
Trade more than three years ago.
Among Ibe latest aspirante for the Repub?
lican Domination for ihe GoverDorsbip is
-tbat consistent and remarkable jurist, Judge
Thomas Jefferson* Mackey; Rumor says-he
is soon to take the stump as the champion
Repudiation is alsgbeginning'tb be seri?
ously talked of by the groaning taxpayers of
our sister State-poer?plunderedNorth Caro?
lina. The Wilmington Journal, one of her
most influential presses, openly argea that
the North Carolina Constitution be so amend?
ed as to permit the repudiation of the State
debt. It says :
"According to the statement of the treas?
urer, the principal of the debt on October 1,
1869, was $29.900,045-with Interest past due
on that day of $1,384596 75. The interest on
principal from October 1, 1869, ta October 1,
1872, amounts to $5,382.008 10. To .comply
strictly with the constitution, if it be not
changed, It will be necessary, therefore, to
raise at one time $8,566.604 86. to pay off back
Interest. The value ol' the real and personal
property of the State, according to offlolal re?
turns, is about $125,000,000; lt will, therelore,
take Fix dollars and eighty-five cents on every
hundred dollars' worth of property lu the
State to pay back Interest alone. If every
mao, won .an and child In the State of North
Carolina s hould each pay into the Treasury of
the Stat- the sum ol seven dollars and ninety
nine cents, the aggregate amount would bare?
ly be sufficient to pay off the Interest due on
the public debt on the 1st ol October next !"
-The Laurenaville Herald is mistaken in
thinking that THE NEWS ever advocated the
nomination of Greeley and Brown at Balti?
more. On the contrary, this paper has
always advised that "no nomination" be
made. _ ? ._
-The Albany Argus cfilla attention to
the fact that, although Grant was nominated
on the 6th, and'sjgtpnth is nearly past, "yet
"there has scarcely a d?monstration of ap
"proval, beyond the purchased tableaux at
"Philadelphia, been made in any part of
"the country." The people have not bad
time. They have been too busy occupied
with Greeley State conventions and mass
meetings. _ _
"Straws show," dec
We print elsewhere in to-day's NEWS a sig?
nificant article from the Soutiiern Celt on
State politics. The Cell supports Grant, and
claims to be the only Republican paper pub?
lished in Charleston.
-The Beaufort Republican says that it is
likely that Judge Willard will decide against
the Revenue Bond Scrip. An appeal will be
taken to the lull court, which does not meet
until November-which ls bad for the Scrip,
-The Herald says that Major-John S. Wiley
(ono of the purchasers of the Laurens Rail?
road) and Colonel James P. Low visited Lau?
renaville and made an effort to Bell the rail?
road. The price asked was $65,000. This sum
was declined by those proposing to buy, when
lt was reduced to $57,000; out this sum also
being declined, it was finally adduced to
$63,000. But there wa? still no sale; so far as
we have been able to learn, me parties pro?
posing to* buy offered $50,000, but declined to
raise the'amount. So stands the matter at
-The Radical State Convention will nomi-.
nate seven candidates for electors ol President
and vice-President of the United States, foi
Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of
State, State Treasurer, Comptroller-Genera]^
Attorney-General, Adjutant aud Inspector
General, State Superintendent of Education,
and for one member of Congress from the State
at large, and will choose a "State Executive
Committee" of four persons, and one person
from each county who shall : act as County
Chairman, and one from each Congressional
District," waa. .together, will constitute the
"Slate Central ComaiUtee" lor the term of two
years from their election;- and whOBe duty lt
will be to manage and conduct thc. enau ID g
Copartners inp s an? flhssolntiont.
P~TRT N ER SHIP NOTICE -55?
undersigned have thia day formed a Copart?
nership under the name of Bit VAN & BRYAN, lor
the practice of Lav. QEURGE D. BKYAN.
ISAAC M. BKYAN.
Charleston, 3. C.. Jnlr i, 1872._Juiys-ms
rnHE FIRM OP LOPEZ & LESLIE IS
A thu day dissolved by mutual oonsent AU
persons having oiaims against said flrm wUl pre?
sent them, and those indebted will make ira me -
dlate payment to CHAFES c.* LESLIE, who U
-alone authorized to settle all claims. ..
OHAKLEN O. LESLIE,
The business will be conducted by CHARLES :
C. LESLIE, at ene Old >tand._Jnly3-wfm3
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
X with hun in business Mr. OdARLKS K.
VALK. The manufacture- of Engines, McCarthy
Gins and ??achiuerv lu general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and firm of 8UITH ?
VALK, at the old stand cast end Hasel street.
jnn26-lmo J. RALPH >MrTH.
All operations in DENTISTRY performed by Or.
ANDERSON in the most seien ti nc manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire sailstaotion
guaranteed, at the "corner of King and Ll nerty
QH AS. LIEBENROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT PORKS OP ROAD,
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
.?-Highest prices paid tn Cash for Crude Turp?n?
rp T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE Na 178 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. a
The highest prices paid for Crude,
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH ? SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Jg P. WALL, Ja.,
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL,
OFFICE UNITY ALLST,
Over Messrs. Knobeloch & Small's Back Store.
QT TO A. MOSES, PH, D
Geological surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES ol. FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
deomtnthomo No. as aeorge street.
?W CONSIG?ES PEJ? STEAMSHIP
GEORGIA, fri New York, *r% hereby
notified that she wi discharge c-irgo THIS DAT
sth last., at Piu so. 2, Union Wharves
Goods uncalled for; sunset witt -remain on th
wharf at owners' n and ex pe o? ?. ; i - i .
July8-1 . W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
^ OFFICIAL;AFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON)INT STOCK. COMPANY for
the benefit of the Ste Orphan A SJ lum: '
CLASS No 20-STKDAY MO KN INO, Joly 6.
62-11- 5-67 - 6831-?4-61-13- 1-32-27
ICLASS No. 30-SXJRDAY EVENING, July e.
40-56- 7- 4-53 -3-22-66-41-52-31-11
Witness my hanat Charleston, s. C., 6th day
'uly, 1872. A. MOROSO, ?.
Joly8 Sworn Commissioner.
. ?O- THE CHELESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOClATiONor the Benefit of the Free
School Fund-OffloiiRaffle Numbers:
RAFFLE CLiS No. 691-MOBHINO.
RAFFLE CLiS No. 692-EVBNINO.
As witness oar inda at Charleston this. 6th
day of July, 1872.
AMES GILLILA ND,
Jnly8 Sworn Commissioners. ,|
NOTICE-MB.. HENRY PREG
NALL la no longer ethonzed to act as my At;or
ney, either for the Election of Rent or other?
wise, the power bang been revoked on my ie
tnrn to the city in Aril last.
JACOB EEGGS. ;
Charleston, inly ?1872.- JolyS-2*
?m~ MOULTRSVILLE. -MR. EDITOR:
Please Insert the fco wing Ticket, representing
DB. . B. PATRICE.
Colone 1*0IA RLES 81 MONTON,
Dr. B. A. 1?CKE S FUSS,
JOHN FLATTERY.- JnljS ,
mr CHARLESTON, JOLY 5, i872.
NOTICE.-Dating m; absence from the State Mr.
0. F. PANKSLv wu act as mi Attorney. The
Painting business wll be carried! on as usual at
the rid Stand, In Borlbeck's ?alley, nnder the
Suporta'en deuce of Ir. M. KeCLLY. ?
Jolyj-fmg_ C. W. STILES. ;
^f cFPIOE OF COUNT! AUDITOR*
FI HE-PROOF BUILDING, CHA KIESTON, S. ?J
JULY i 1872.-Notice ls hereby gt/en to all coq'
cemedUhat Returns of all Real; and Personal
Properly within the limits of .thia County shall bf
deilvedtd at this office between July, 8, io72, and
August 12, 1872,'ror the year coainenclng Jul jr
1, 18721 verified by oath or the perara whose duty
ltls to ll 9 tor return saW property possessed by
him, oj nader his control, either asagent, parent
husband, guardian, executor, idmlnlstrator,
trustee).receiver, officer, partner, factor or holder
With tie value of auch person J.J property so heh!
and controlled, lt ls made the dory of the Coun?
ty Auditor to add Any per cent, penalty thereto'
for failure or neglect to make return- of property
within'the tune given to so do, "and must be ob
served." SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
Ju yf-mf2m2_ County Auditor. |
pm PENSIONERS OF THE SOUTH
I Carolina Society please call on the Treasurer, No.
12 Broad street. _ jnlyS:
r SPECIAL NOTIGE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branca Grocery op
sullivan's Island, la now prepared to furnish thc
residents (and those intending to locate there
during the summer montos) with their Supples
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
'in person to the business, 1 can guarantee satis
fanunn tn ?II who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, ' JV L. O'NEILL.;
?9* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY ? COMPANY in rc
R. J. DAVANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees ol
the College of Beaufort.-Pursuant to the order ol
the Bon. C. B. FAEHER, Judge* In the above stated
case, notice ls hereby given to all and alngulai
the Judgment creditura or WILLIAM H. WIGG
that said Court baa limited and allowed ninety
daya from the date of this order, in which sadd
Creditors may prove their dalma before the under?
signed, Receiver, at bis office, m the cour th ouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD, .
0. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S C., Jane 14,1872._ Jan22-60
?WNOTIOE. - GREENVILLE A N D
COLUMBIA RAILROD COMPANY.
The State, ex Relations the Attorney-General'
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Coinmbla Rail?
road Cpmpaoy, Defendant. ,
JAMES G. GJ&BES, JAMES R. PRINGLE and
j -.others, Plaintiffs, vs. the Greenville and colum?
bia Railroad Company a'nd others, Defendants.
The undersigned naving, by order of bis Honor
Samuel w. Melton, circuit Judge of the Firth
Circuit, <iated Jone 18th, 1872, been appointed Ref?
eree on the above stated cases to ascertain and
report,among her things, the amount of In
debtednesa of the otjeenvllieand colombia Bali
road Company, with authority by advertisement
to require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive dem ands be fore him- '
Notice ls heresy given to all and singular the
creditors of tbs'Bald Greenville and Colombia
Railroad Company, whether holding banda of Ute
fl rsc mortgage, bonds or certificates of indebted?
ness guaranteed bf the State, bonds or certifi?
cates or indebtedness of the saflood mortgage,
non-mortgaged honda or dalma of any other
character, t < pr?tent and establish their respec?
tive dalma before the undersigned aa Referee, at
his office In Columbia, South Carolina, on or be?
t?re the ist day of October next., at which time
bia report on soon, dalma will be made np and
submitted to the cooxt In the said cases. .
> JOH V 8. GREEN, Referee.
Columbia, S. a, Jane 19, 1372. jun27-12thll
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??-TAKE ?AYEB'S PILLS FOB ALL
the parpases of a purgative, for constipation, in?
digestion, beaaaotie and liver complaint. . By
universal accord, they are the best of all purga
'lives for family nae. July6-sthtu8
VX SCBOOL.-Ustruotiott will be given and the
use or machines ?uoweu gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday mornlDg, from e A. M. to 2 P.
M, at the Depos tory, Chalmers street, j un 19
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE APPLI?
CATION will oe m*de to tn? Bank of . Charles?
ton for a re new H i or Certificate No. 4708. for one
Share, standing in the name of "St. Paul's Church,
RndcllfXeDoro' permanent Fond," the original
being lost or mislaid- JnlyS-lamoS
WRAPPING PAPEB FOR S ALJX-TOLD
NEWSPAPERS la large or small q nan tu ie*.
Price 60 CENTS PEI HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS. may's
O"" RANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. R M.
The Regular Communication or this". L xlge
wi.!'be bed THIS EVENING, ai8o'clock, candi?
da' es ior the E. A. Degree will present themselves.
B> order W. H. J>0. B. RE- VES,
- jaita_ - . . secretary.
A-MEETING OF 1HE DIRECTORS OF
A the CU AHLESTON ?ZCHANOS will be held
Tats DAT. at 12 o'clock, at the Planters' and
Mechanjca' Bank, , _Jogg
PE. SOCIETY. FOR THE ADVANCE
. . HEM OP OURIs LIAN IT? IN SOUTH CAR?
OLINA.-Tue Quarterly Meeting ef the Trustees
Will be held THIS DAV, at 6 o'clock P. M., at ct.
rhtllp's Oanrch Home. Juli > UA.NCKEL,
JUly8 sj_ Kecordlog seer-tary.
rpHE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
JL OF CHARL tfcTON, S C.-Th? Semi-Annual
Meeting of the corporation win bo held at the
ellice-of the Secretary, No. 8 Broad streu. THIS
ApraaMooN, ai S o'clock...
D. RAVENEL. Ja, Secretary.
CHAS. 0. MATHEWS, Treasurer._Joly8
ATLANTIC ROWING CLUB.-ATTEND
the Regalar Monthly Meeting of yonr Club,
al me Hall of the (J. ru II na Inuepen ent Boat
Club (Exc?ange street) THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order. W. H. H. MITCHEL,
Jul) 8_Secretary and Treasurer.
NOTICE.-A MASS MEETING OF THE
1.1 citizens of the Town ul Muultnevllie wlUjI
be held ac the Hail of Mrs. Tra esdai:.*, ou THIS
MO HT, July s, at h^iX-past 8 o'clock. A targe at
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. .2.
Attend KU??UI.r Monthly Mee.lng of your
company. THIS EVENING, the stn instant, at 8
o'clock. By order. JOHN BUtt&aV
JaiyS ... . - Secretary.
ATIENTION, CHARLESTON RIFLE?
MAN.-You are hereby summoned to at-1
teuu the Regular Monthly Meetlug of your Club,
at Wleckiug'a Hah, 'IHIS (Monday) EVENING, at
hali-past 8 u'clock precisely.
J n)y8_ H. D. BIOAISE, Secretary.'
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OF?
FICE, NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
? PANY. CHAKLE.>ToN, J?LY 8, 1872.-AO Ad?
journed Meeting of the Stockholders of this Com?
pany wilt be held at the Hail or the Planters' and
Mechanics' Bank, on WEDNESDAY, loth Instant, at
li 0'OlOCk M. C. W JLL1M AN,
Julj4-thmw3 Secretary and Treasurer.
, IPams. _
WANTED, BY A~lOSPECTABLE
WHITE GIRL, a situation to do house
wurk; willing to ne generally useful. Apply at I
No. 58 Anson street, one door below Wentworth.
TTTANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER
VV WOMAN. Apply at No. 15 Wentworth
sireet, sun h side, near East bay._July8-3
r AN TED, THREE FItfST-CLASS MA
OHINE HANDS and len Finishers, at
[ L? G LEY'S Manufactory. No. lei King street.
July 8-1?_' _
WANTED, 60 LABORERS, COLORED.
Wages $20 per month and rations, AP
ply at No. ea spring street._.. Ju'>8-??
WANTED, SEVERAL PAIR OF HAND
SOME fancy plgeous, for which a liberal
pried will be paid. Apply to Lr. GEORGE CAUL
WANTED GENTLEMEN TO SAVE
fifty per cent, by purchasing Hosiery,
Gloves, Snirts, iles, Collars, Ac, ut Aicher's Ba?
zaar. Klug street._,_july8-iowi3?
WANTED, A COMPETENT WOMAN
to cc ok and analst In WaBlilng. Apply at
Nu. b Rutledge street, corner of Queen. Julj8-i?
FIREMAN WANTED ON LIGHTHOUSE
- leader Dandeilun. Apply at omceof LU nt
huuse Engineer, corner of Broad and Church
a neets._._j alys-1?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A RE?
SPECTABLE middle-aged colored woman
without incumb? a a ces as cook, apply, with
references, at no. lp Montague street. jnIye-2
WANTED, A COMPETENT MOULDEB
to take chara of a Foundry; also a man to
attend to Cupola. Apply to J. M EASUN dc ano.
julye-u . ._' _
WANTED, A WOMAN WITHOUT
tacumbrance, to du general housework.
I Appiy at No. sa geangMM street,_jul>6-2?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a amati House in the central or western
pari or the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat
mg location, terms, Ac_ j? reba
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that tue cheapest and best warranted
I Sewing Machine in the market is the HOM?? SHUT?
TLE, pnce Itt and $a7. Can be seen ai the Gene
J rai Agency, No. 266 King .street, corner Rta aloin
11 street. T. u BlosELh._jauli-amos
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and coin
potency wjsues a position as reacher lu some
I panno um ti tu non, or as private tutor lu a ia may.
.No objections to going into the country, can
teacn frenen, Laim, (iieek, Plaue and tue other
brauches oi a good education. Salary of noi so
' great consideration as pleasant assuctation. Ad?
dress, U. lt.. v., at the oihoa or this paper.
may 10 . , _
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the laut taut the SOUTH
EUA Lift LNSliKANCc COM PAN Y ISjUeS Joint
Lt.u Policies, lusurlug the lives ol par tu era la
oiutnuss, so that, on the aeath of either, tue
kuiiiuui insured lor ls paid to tue aai vlvnur party;
lt ?iso Insures nnaoand and-wire' bu ute same
plan. Ktt&N COFFIN, ageus No. Si Broad street,
tout ana ?cmn?.
LOST ON SATURDAY, BETWEEN THE
fcvUth carolina tiaurpad and Line street, a
i?A& bOot?. with a threb-montha' ticket io and
irom Summerville ana s8 3u lu bills. The nuder
wm bu rewaided by leaving lt at lat Queen street
pr at thia office. _Jul, 81?
FOUND, A SUM OF MONEY. - THE
owuer, on desctijing same and paying ior
mm advertisement, eau obtain lt by applying to
?M. MOEAY, no. 45 Wentworth street. ' Juij3
1>-OST, IN EAST. BAY . STREET, BE
I J tween new Customhouse and Broad street,
ui tu Queen atreat, between East Bay *and Church
streets, a.Plain GuLo cu FE BUTTON, (round.)
I The Under will be rewarded br leaving it ai me
I office of tbs United States Assistant Treasurer.
I in new Customhouse. I ul j 2
)R SALE, A FINE MILCH COW,
newly calved. Apply at No. 2T Amherst
[street.. _ Joly8-1?
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH, A LOT
of well-kept Uouiehold FURNITURE. Apply
I at thejomhweu corner or Bogard street and ?tose
lane. . .. _J ely 8-2?
EE TAIL GROCERY.-FOR SALE, A
RETAIL GROCERY STORE, With full Stock,
now doing a good country trade. Rent or store
moderate. Will be treated for at private sale, by
applying to PAUL B. LALANE A cu.. No. ne
East Bay. -, . . . Jn)y8-mwf3
ALL : DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING'
MACHINES repaired on.reasonable terms
laud at the shortest notice. -Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines . for sale, very low. .J. L.
1 LUNSPORD. Smith street, north or Wentworth.
T?R^TTI^OROOMB WITH LARGE
piazza. Apply at No. 82 st. Philip street.' one
door sonth of Calhoun street. Jmys-*
FOUR ROOMS TO RENT, NORTHEAST
corner King and South Bay. JqlyS-2?
iVtlO RENT, HOUSE No. 9, ANN STREET,.
X opposite Aiken's Park. Apply at Ko. 122'
Tradd street, west end, to JOHN KENNEY. .
JulyS 2? _J_.
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on Sullivan's
iM.and, within six minutes'* waik- of the Steam?
boat Landing, containing eight- square rooms,
, pantry, double piazzas, Ac. on the premises aie
a large cistern and well ot water, and all neoes
sarr outbuildings, also, ? fine Vegetable Gar?
den u'ider cultivation. To aa approved tenanr,
the rent will be moderate. Apply to B. S. D.
MUCKENFUsS, No. 67 Hasel street. Jttn25
IDatcrjti, JttDTirr), &c.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
. NM. 685 AND 667 BROADWAY,
NIW YOB!, ^
will continue the sale ol their Immense stock of
SILVERWARE, * *
urlng the sommer months. All gooda will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the basin eu. . j anio
Qnvmet Be s orto.
jatr NOTICE,-^OUR RKADER8 WHO
PROPOSE TO 8PESD THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY. AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WI8H TO FILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OP THEIR "GUESTS,
DAN HAVE THE DAILY Nfc WS SENT 'BY
MAIL FOB SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
AN SION HOUSE,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
This popal ir Hotel la now in fine order.' having
been refitted and pat la the best, conan lon. -Per?
sons wishing to spend (be summer in the moan
tains or south Carolina, enjoy a one clima? and
pure mountain air, can at this Hotel fled comfor?
table quarters, y
The rabie will be famished with the best the
market affords. . . '?/ """ :
The rooms, eighty ia number, are large, weil
ventilated and finely furnished! ? .'?- n -
i A regular corps of polite and attentive waitera
always on baud to attend: to the wanta of the.
guests; tneir promptness am) efficiency cannot
be ex e.led. . .:".;>'
A floe Stable-one of the heat in th? State-ls
also connected with the Hotel, where parties can
?btxln bugules, carriages,' photons, hacks and
saddle-horses, at very reasonable ch ara ea.
Omar's Bead, Flat Boor and Ohiok'a Springs,
are out short distances from Greenville, A four
h- rite'G'-aob leaves the Hotel turee; tlmes.-a week
for Flat Rude, Hen daroo J ville and Asheville, N.
C., affording a flood opportunity of fis.ting the
Mouutalna .er South and North Carolina. Fare
very teaamsble. A line of Backs will soon be
started rorCa??ar's Head and Bnok Forest.Hotels.
Excursion tiekete'caor-be obt?lned Over- the
Greenv,na and Co'umbla Railroad M half prtee
for part?as visiting Greenville during thesommer
from Charleston and Savannah. > '
J. u SOUTHERN, Proprietor.?
Greenville. S. ?C., July 3d, wa. , julys mwfjf
yyHlTE SULPHUR SPBJNGS, \.
GREENBBIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for their ALTER AT1VE_WATE RS and
fashionable patronage,'are now open, lhey are
3000 feet above tide water-affording entire relief
from prostrating summer heat. Capacity for two
Charges-M per day and $80 per mon th of thir?
ty days. GEO. L. PEXTON A CO.. .
mav29 wfm3S . Proprietors,
TJ\ HE S TEE D M?N HOUSE, .
A IK EN,:; S. C.,
Solicits the patronage of the Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minutes' walk from
Depot and Pcstofftoe.,'. . Jonl7lmo
MOUNT VEENON; HOTEL; .-NajSl
W. MONUMENT STREET, 'B ALTIMORE:
UL/., ON EUROPEAN PLAN,-Tdls-'favorite ea
taohshment, sUuftte-i m one of tl}? moat eligible
positions tu the city, on the highest ground. Od
consequently welt adapted for a Sommer Resort;
oeingcomparatively coot in midsummer, 'meg
niflclenilj luniishea with bath* and other- eon?,
veolences on every flo>r, uv now open for the re?
ception ot those contemplating a tour of pleasure
the coming season. The cars ruc within a equate
or the house. Coaches at all the stations. . E. V.
WESTCOIT, Proprietor. .???[.'? Jnn8-4mo*
NEW BOG KB RIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
|ROC KB RIDGE CO., VA.
This new Watering-Plaee will pe open for the
reception of visitors on the 1ST OAT OP JOLT.
The waters have been long a?.d favorably
known, but until lately no improvements have
been made for the entertainment of the public.
A Joint stock company, chartered nader, the
name of the JuRDaN SOCK BRIDGE1 ALUM
SPRINOS, has been organized with ample capital.
Tne company have completed ula season a new
ard elegant Hotel, furnished throughout ia toe
very best style. tai
Tae mineral waters are both Alum sad Chaly?
beate; the former being efficacious in ail chronic
diaea-es. auch as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, chronic Dysentery, hero:ula. Incipient
Consumption, Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis;and
i he latter aa a general toute, and ls ot great value
in those affec-.Wns which are pecohar tj the
female constitution.. The accommodations will
be Orst-class in every respect. _ :
ROUTS-The Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the ilse of the Chesapeake and Onio Rail?
road, and withlu eleven to thirteen hoon of Rich?
mond. Washington and Baltimore.'hy rail. Coli
M. G. Harman's elegant stage ooaehes VIII con?
nect with the tra?na twice a day*t Goshen Depot
Board, per day, $8; four weeks, $60. ' For foe
ther particulars, apply to C. *->1ATBKjT ,
o- - General Manager,
(P.O. as above,V formerly or the spottswood Hotel
Richmond. 1 _ * . Jno2i-lmo
QAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WEST VIRGLN??,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA.
This defahtfnl WATERING PLACE,has been
thoroughly rent red, and ls now-kept in the best
modem style. Its waters are Alkaline, and ha?
a wide celebrity for their .prom pt and happy ac
tlon In. Dyspepsia; Di neasey of the Kidneys and
H.adder. luciadtugCalculus, In various-Skin Dis?
eases, ana in their admirable effects on The h em alt
Constitution, the air of Capon ls ananrpaasd ta
all the mountains of Virginia for s alu ort ^..elas?
ticity and ryness. lu splendid -Ba'hs were de?
clared'by sir Henry Bulw<-r, when un a visit her?
with Mr. Webster; aa hardly equaled by anything
he had seen ld Europe..
For oar pamphlet, with rall particulars of rates,
chargea, ftc, apply to A. A..SOLOMONS A CO.;
.DrogiMSU, or to the undersigned, by matt '. !
Jan8-lmo FRAZIER* SALE, Proprietor*.
THE H ? Y/, S P* 5,1 N? Si
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA, , .
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated for the cure of H hon matts m. Gout, Par?li?
sis, Torpor-of Liver, Chronic Diarrhea* or Dysen?
tery, DUeas -a of the Uterus, Affections of the
skin, especially of syphUitlo origin, and numer?
ous Chrome Diseases, i
THE BATHS .
Vary In temperature from' 60 to no degrees
Fahrenheit.-anti present every variety or Caronia
Bath.*1 They ai? ?oreo vex to and to prepare, the
system far the. beneficial acuoq of waters found
at (be varieras other Mineral springs.
. ?? : MUD BATHS; j ;. .
Have been constructed similar to those tostare
largely used at the must celebrated spas In Ger?
many, and wolca give sufferers the benefit of the
very valuable remedial agents contained in the
Mineral Mud. These >prluas offer UNSURPASS?
ED ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas
nre-Seeker. . The equipment and management
I are eqoai to those of flrst-daa-? 0119 h tels. Every
modern improvement has been provided;..
^Professor J. L. CABELL, M. D., or the Univewi
ty or Virginia,'Resident- PhjwlcUn. For Pam?
phlets and circulars, address s, 0. TABDT A Oo.,
KiohmoadH Va* or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath ? onnty. Va. , . mayta-amo
OR THE BEST OF
. SUMMER READING,
Get the Lives'of the Great Music Masters;
Ol Bet tino ven, (jg;) of Handel, ($2;) or Mozart,
(fl 76;) of Mendelssohn, ($176;) or Rossini,
($1 76;) of Chopin, (tl 60;) or or Schu?
mann, (SI 75.) > -
These are. no humbug Biographies, bnt are
charmingly written and very entertaining books,
Mozart's Letters, two vols, each, $176; bethoo
ven's Letters, $3; Mendelssohn's Letters, two
vols, each, $176; and Reminiscences of Mendels?
sohn, $175. . ' y .
To have a Jubilee at home send for
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE CHORUS BOOK.
.For a good work on Composition, boy* RAKER'S
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL KARMON V, $2.
To make Sabbath-School Children^ eyes
sparkle, get that Oem of the Season, the new Sab?
bath-School song Book, entitled : SPARKLING
RUBIES. By Asa Huh and Harry Sanders,
The above Books sent post free on receipt of re
OLIVER DITSON A CO., J C. H. DITSON A CO.,
1 . Boston. / I . New York..
mch27-WSlTTDSW_ '. '. 1
RANKING HOUSE OF
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
No. ft WALL STREET, N. Y. .
circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits Issued, available
throughout the world. . 'j M u
Bills or Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all1 their branches.
- Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received la f fther Currency or
Oom, subject ito check! at' Bight,, which paka
through'the Clearing Boose as if drawn upon' any
city bank. Interest allowed on daffy balances.
Certificates of Deposit Issued bearing'interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts colled**.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS. HABICHT A CO.,
may2$-x No. 11 Old Broad street, London.
"J3 ^meerim, wijuui?) w??
0OB:NM^djf>tfS'"i COS NZ ! ~
?ooo bushels PrmTewhlta CORN per Schooner V.
Maria*&-rry. For aale by v
Jnlyg-1_B, If. BUTLER A 8QS.
\fiw ORLEANS MOLASSES," HAMS
ll ' -l ' 'AND BACON. -'J VU "
100 ho's N. O. MOLASSES :
t 100 bala. aod-Ue/cea Mrxscovaflo Molasses
.' 100 bola;? H.ayrop IJiiJ . > lt 1
160 tierces (small) 3.0. Hams
60 hhds. O. R. Sides
60 hbax Shoulder? ?5 o ?73 r-. \ IV? .-. >
100 Dbia. ? nd mair, bbla Noa. l, 2 and 3 Mack?
76 boxes (f jail) Factory Cheese
-^iw keg?,anotaos onoioe Butter, ii < T
: "^^EFFENS,' WERNERAtft?fc?B,
Juois-lmo_ Veo <rae Bange.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OP
MEAT JUIOE. ?.-??^-)
Just recelved, a large supply or toe above. Bach
bottle conufns fear pound? of "the best Beef, ex
das Ire, or rat; can be used .wUh eoidior.waim
water; also can be taken .with Oodliver OIL and
destroys thi? taste of the Oil.- '? ,n3T-x?>
Tne only food roc delicate children. , .
This la mncn superior io the "Extractof Beef,"
herewfo-e offered to' the public as wm be roon ri
upon trial. For ?ale by i Or. H. BAER,
; Jon7 , " ., . No. ISLMeeamg street.,
QOGNAO ANO LA ROCHELLE BRAK
. DY, ES r/. S. BONDED STOKES.
A TOBIAS? SONS, No. 110"E1ST'BA?;:1- ^
Offer for sale from u. a Bonded Wartkooaiv
? Choloe COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varlona vintages, la ?
flfth.OSjSgl;')! )./..;. ?-..' V
Eighth casks ., .'
Oaseeof onedero bottles eajh.".nf r :\ *
. PELM E AND CHOICE StJfjf ABg.
"MORDECAI A CO., Nc^O.jtost'^MjnJt??K
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No, 110. East Bay, ofler for
sale an invoice bf "Falkirk" ALE,Undlng.dlfeet
rrom-Qlangow. In Pinta. MORDECAI ADO.
ORT o Rioo Moti AS^??s.
MORDECAI ? CO., Na uo East Bay. OA* for
rale Obolos Porto Rico MOLASSES, tn strong
J> RIME l^?N. .
MORDECAI A CO-No. no East Bay, offer for
amie Prime White CORN, in new sacks.
? ???<..?? t.--a....*- MOBPBflAll*A*V '
ifiHOTOE HAVANA. OIGAt?'
u MORDECAI A CO., -Ho. '110 Stat Bs*, oBez rot
'sale an invoice pf Chotee HAVANA CIGARS, di.
root from Faet?n fa Havana._
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES ror saisi
by. .rrr . ATOBIAS?SOIHL
' feMMmor . '" : . ....371n-"JX".> ''
SULLIVAN'S ?ISLAND SUPPLIES.
'. ?? '.. . -?? ?. . ' S S
!.. i.':..:. .-: jif?t*?r .
. ? . .?'j ! H rivi ' '.:<'.''.
GREAT NEWS .
GREAT NE W?
GREAT NEWE '. ^ "
GREAT NEWS , ^ . .. '
GREAT NE WB '
GREAT NEWS '
' FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
f\ FOR Til H ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
I' I . ? ' ? " - . ' ;
;. . .. . : ?ATOUte ROfl Vi .
?. . * FOR THE ISLANDERS 1 '
Is A ' .
POE THE ISLANDERS 1
i 1 ''"' *,a " '?
J FOB THE ISLANDERS ! '
,; ' . .ti:-, i .. .
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/ # bril* ;'l ? .. ..?>.?'::? '??;-.-'
jj u':- ???? ':'.:. ..'. ..J; . v. ". . ,-. .A "
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S. H\ WILSON A B?^,
r . * -. . , .' .. .>.? i. .':"'j\.! .:;!.; wr-ji'M
; .'? fl . ... nt ireh r. .'?t,? <?;::lw .
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend dell vorlag GROCERIES to BO ch or the
flanders aa patronise them, at their respective
homea on the Island, without extra charge. .
We shall take pleasureih taxing charge of any
*, ? ; M?7| 11?; . j; ; , ; ,; '.:r'
gooda bought-In Charleston, not In qor Une, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any piders entrusted to our care, either In oar
Une bf boHineaa bx not, wm m?et with prompt
* WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
.AMD AT . ;
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
.? .;!.. - weajcTeapectfullyi
8.'. H. WILSON A BRO.,
' :'? '. "' ,' '''.'. ';*'- '". i' MO
Na 800 Krna sraEKT, OHABXXSTok, s. 0.
rp H E, ?T?W 'iM PB ? V'i D
WHEE L E B ,"4, .: W T L BON
. ' ! SILENT . , .
.., . THE, BEST IS THE OH EAP EST.
Wo are, now, selling! these, superior. MaohliMW
on Ten Douar monthly payments.
Adjust mg and Repairing done, prompfly.
WHEELER A WILSON Mi NUF'Q CO.,
aprti-lyr . No. aso KJnir street.
mHE UNEQUALLED MAOHIN& . "
The HOME SHOTTLE uses tte Straight' Beedie,
make* tte lock stitch, (alite on bott aides,) hal
self.adjuatl? g tension, and is 'ne only first class
.low price, Sewing Machine in tho marget adapted
for every variety of hewing- from mwnlins io
I heaviest cloths. Price $26 and $87.
Agents wanted. Send stamp for circular and
?ample of Sewing. T. L. BISSSLL,
j sal l-an wflmo Charleston, g. Ot