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TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1872.
NEWS OR THE BAT.
-New York City as the financial centre ls
strikingly illustrated by the fact that of $150,
000,000 due aa Interest and dividends in July
lor the whole country, over one iMjpflPed mil?
lions ls payable in that cky.
On June 16, says the correspondent of the
London Echo, a magnificent "Te Deum" was
snog at St, Peter's tor. the occurrence of the
Pope's twenty-sixth anniversary. Between
eight and nine thousand persons assembled
and joined in Ihe solemn hymn with deep de?
votion. At "We therefore pray Thee help
Thy.servants,V all, according to custom, here J
knelt down in'supplication. Monsignor de
Merode officiated, looking grand, ?ncr* even J
handsome, In-his jewelled mitre. The Pope
was present behind some mysterious screen. ]
Nobody knows exactly where his Holiness sta?
tions hlafBelt OD these occasions, but present
he f& Swiss Guards were seen through the
windows over the vestibule, whloh command
' the interior of the church. The wbole city
waa unusually lively that evening, for the "Te
Deum" was sung also in Beveral large churches
on this side of the river. The streets were
full of people, and If ladies chose to wear yel?
low and white (the Pope's colors) from head
to foot they seem to do so with impunity.
Only the guns were wanting to complete the
Papal festival. The Italian flag was hoisted at
Saint Angelo, and the Italian police regulated
th? long flies of carriages from the bridge to
the piazza of Sc Peter's.
, -On June 17 the new executioner of France,
H. de Paris, made his de bat in front of La
Hoquette, and with the aid of the improved
guillotine, invented by the late headsman
shortly before he died, lopped off the bead ol
a desperate criminal who murdered a woman
a few months ago. The Improved mach Ino 1B j
not raised like the old guillotine, and couse- J
quent ly lt is almost impossible for spectators
to get a glimpse of what passes. It can be
taken to pieces and packed up with great ease,
and is altogether a hann, instrument M. de
Paris travels about the country with- it in a
large van, which comprises a bedroom, a
kitchen, and a cupboard for "les bois de jus?
tice," and the requisite sawdust. This van
was fonnd necessary when the country exe?
cutioners were done away with, and the office
was concentrated in the bands of M. de Paris,
who often found ll difficult to procure bed and
lodging In the places he visited. On June 20
Monsieur was to havo operated on a man
called Dore, who had a hand In killing a ser?
geant de ville undermost atrocious circum?
stances, bat at the last moment aa accomplice,
condemned to death by default, was appre
bended, and Dore and two mea called Mayer,
all ander seotence of death, will appear as
witnesses OD the trial of the newly-captured
-The Pall Mail Gazette says: "The Univer?
sity of Zurich has, as Is well known, led the
way in the attempt to solve the problem ot
female university education. From a letter
printed in the National Gazette from Zurich,
we observe that at present, out of some four
hundred students at the*hnlverslty, there are
eighty ladles in attendance, most of them stu
dents of medlcine.^?A large proportion of
these students belong to Busala, where the
movement In favor of female education bas
taken very distinct shape, though they have
not been able yet to establish a medical col?
lege of then* own. It would seem from the
remarks of the writer ol the letter that the
lady students are hardly much more in favor
with their mascuHoeyCompanions at Zurich
than they have been at the University of Edin- J
bargh, although there have been none of tbe
discreditable scenes at the former bywhicl
the latter has made itself notorious. The pro?
fessors also are a good deal puzzled sometimes
how to proceed, and some of them do not hesi?
tate to Bpeak openly in condemnation and dis?
couragement of the lady medical students
remarks winch are sure to be applauded by
the chivalrous males. So that, although Zu
? rich hasr practically solved the problem of)
female university education so far, it would
appear that the subject has Introduced there,
as well as lo Edinburgh, not a little discord,
with also considerable perplexity and dlssatis- j
-The London Telegraph tells tbe story of
the international boat race with some pardon?
able pride, but yet very fairly from the begin?
ning to tbe close. The London crew, with
some little anxiety, bat yet confident, drew
up la their shell Clasper at the station, and
were soon Joined by the Atalantas, and, with
the. wildest excitement on shore,* the race
began. Both boats pulled on actively
together, though the London crew, In three
powerful strokes, bad taken the lead, and |
were apparently widening their advantage.
The leading boat went under the bridge in
four mlootes and twenty seconds, and the
American boat followed five seconds later.
The American rate of rowiog was about
forty strokes to the minute, but the Eng?
lish crew, with only thirty-eight strokes, kept
widening the distance between them, and the j
same imperfections lu the rowing of tbe for?
mer that had been noticed la practice were
painfully prominent The course was tolera?
bly free from obstructions, but in the expanse
between Hammersmith and Putney the Ameri?
can oars came in contact with a clumsy coble
having bali a dozen men and women on
board, and before the entanglement could be
remedied a number of lengths bad been gained
by the unimpeded crew. Wlnuiag was now
easy for the Englishmen, and they came up to
the stake two hundred yards ahead, proving,
accordiez to British deductions, bow much
more effective the style of rowing practiced
by.the ?inning crew was. -
-Somebody describing Greeley's appearance
at the Boston Jubilee writes: He was dressed
in his black alpacca coat, his claw-hammer
having disgusted him early in the day with Its
uncomfortable weight, and wore a modified
Dolly -Varden vest. Hla netts'tie showed a lit-1
tie uureasonable ambition to climb into bis I
left ear, but otherwise he waa faultlessly ar?
rayed. He carried his bouqqetm one hand I
and a programme io the other. As he ap?
peared, people rose ttironghout the whole
extent of the vast building, Utile specks
in far-off corners suddenly riElng iot?
diminutive mes and women, and the
whole restless sea -of human faces seem?
ing to rise like a tide, two and three feet
ata jump. Most of the people Btood up**
bencher and cheered; others clapped their
hands. The eleven thousand unprotected
females in the chorus, their jaws being tired
out with flinging and eating .gingerbread,
could only flutter their handkerchiefs. To al|
these demonstrations the champion wood?
chopper of Cbappaqua made low bows, smil?
ing with happiness, and flirting his bouquet
with the grace of a ballet girl. The commit?
teemen bad done their reception business
well; but they placed the Greeley party In so
far that lt was hot and uncomfortable to tbe
feet, and rather too low for a good view. Mr.
Greeley bad to move his neck right and left
io get a view of the more popular singers.
The philosopher discovered on this occasion
a taste for music as strong as bis passion
.for wood-chopping. When Madame Pescbka
Leutner came on and sang an aria to one of
Venzano's grand waltzes, he was so Impress?
ed that be borrowed an opera-glass from
Bishop Simpson, 'threw his gold spectacles
.upon his forehead, and surveyed the Btrong
lunged- songstress with undisguised admira?
tion for many seconds. When the Irish Nation?
al Band (?) played he clapped bis bands and
showed hts handsome teeth in evident delight.
During the intervals between the pieces the
crowd would cheer bim and hurrah, and be
would rise to bis feet and bow. At every in?
terval the cheerlr f ould be repeated, and
crowds would rise lu -sir Beats and press over
the seats lo get near to him.' Old gray-headed
men would lead their boys up to look ot him,
and one could imagine them saying, "See, my
boy; observe that great man. Let his life be
a model for your own."_?
Tbe Baltimore Convention.
. The National t Democratic Convention
me?ts in Baltimore to-day. Many of the
delegates are known to be discreet and ex?
perienced men, who appreciate responsibility
and kc ow-that upon the action of the Con?
vention depends the weal or woe of the
North American Republic. Bright as the
political horizon undoubtedly is, any indis?
cretion or violence to-day will make it
black as night Grant can be, and will be,
defeated, if the members of the Baltimore
Convention faithfully do their duty. But
the members must turn away from the prizes
which allure the average politician, and feel
and.act as patriots whose highest atm is the
purification of the government and the res?
toration of fraternal feeling. They must
rise to the height of tba situation, and join
the wisdom ot the serpent to the cunning of
Before many honrs are past the die will
be thrown. Conjecture and surmise are
useless. It remains to hope and wait.
Tbe Radical Reformera.
Things look more cheerful ahead. The
confidence in the sincerity of the Anti-Ring
Republicans io South Carolina is not by any
mean a perfect, bat, whatever the motive, the
divisions in the Badicai camp ere more se?
ri?os and undisguised than at any previous
period in oar history. Two years ago there
were mutterings of opposition, and the
blatant rebels were persuaded to be silent
for a consideration. To-day some of the
ablest men ia the Republican party de?
nounce Scott Neagle and Parker in harsher
words than any Democrat bas used. Judge
Orr, Senator Corbin, Representatives Bowen
and Whitemore, and a number of others,
are working bard to break down the Scott
Moses party, and to secare the nomination
of intelligent citizens who will not lie or
steal. They assert that they are supported
by President Grant and there is nothing
improbable in abe statement. They have
certainly created, a diversion, and the men
against .whom they fight tremblejttn their
shoes. One thing these Anti-Ring Republi?
cans may connt on, viz : the support of the
-white Democratic or Conservative vote for
any candidates of absolute rectitude and
undoubted ability who may be nominated
for office. There is a wide difference be?
tween becoming Republicans, and voting
for Republicans. A vote counts the same,
whether it be cast by a Republican or a
Democrat It is proper enough, ia local
affairs, to look more to the standing and ca?
pacity of the candidate than to his party
connections; bot the white citizens are not
ready to swallow Grant abd Wilson, or to be?
come the upholders of the centralizing des?
potism of the ultra Radicals.
It Is very disgusting that the telegraphic
weather reports should be discontinued just
at this time. The diurnal predictions of Old
Probabilities still cheer the heart or dampen
the spirits of pleasure-seeker and staid man
of business, bat the most, valuable informa?
tion of all is taken away at a highly critical
1 For a time mariners and shipping mer
chants paid little attention to the weather
idispatches, but they soon discovered that
? 'Old Prob" was generally right They then
extended their scrutiny, and pondered the
'abalar dispatches, which gave the direction
and force of the wind, the height of the bar
ometer and tbe character of the weather in
the principal cities of the Union. In
Charleston, at all events, these reports were
studied and tamed to good account, and
not by seafaring men alone. The millions
of Americans who have a personal interest
in the growing crops examined the reports
of the weather with tbe eternal vigilance
which is the price of commercial prosperity.
Soddenly the dispatches. came to a dead
stop; no one promises their speedy resump?
tion. This is too bad.
The reason of the discontinuance of the
reports is what is euphemistically called "a
"disagreement between fie telegraph com
"pany and the Signal Bureau." This means
mouey. The telegraph company will not
renew their contract with the bureau unless
they are paid better for the work. Whether
this price is outrageously dear or dirt cheap
no unofficial person cares. The United
States ls rich enough, even after three and
a half years of Grantism, to pay for informa?
tion which is important to the success of
every farmer, planter and merchant in the
country. What is wasted in the salaries of
idle office-holders and in the jobbery of
Rings, would pay for the weather reports a
thousand times over. The Clerk of the
Weather owes the public an explanation.
Although "Old Prob's"dealings are with the
powers of the air, the meteorological tele
grama need not remain in nubibtts.In plain
English, the commercial and agriculturalin
! terests ol the country require that the "dig
"agreement" be overcome, and tliat the
dispatches from,the Signal Bureau be regu?
larly flashed over the wires...
The Anderson Intelligencer.
The Anderson Intelligencer has entered
.upon its eighth volume, and modestly de?
clares that, whatever its mistakes, its pur?
pose Las always been to work for the inter?
ests of the whole people, and to secure the
advancement and enlightenment of its read?
ers. No one who has watched the career
|:of the Intelligencer will doubt the sincerity
of this declaration. It is an excellent news?
paper, nand is conducted with scrupulous
fairness, marked moderation, and co ns id era
, ble ability. By way, we suppose, of cele?
brating appropriately Ita natal day, notice
is given that the price of subscription: is re?
duced to two dollars a year, which must J
invariably be paid in advance. If the Intel- j
ligencer will unswervingly adhere to tfcis
rule, it will find that the reduced subscrip?
tion will produce more money than the
credit rate. Every paper that goes out, ex?
cepting exchanges, will be paid for, and
there will be a saving of time and trouble io
doing away with the cumbrous subscription
ledgers of the credit-giving newspapers. A
paper like THE NEWS would require a regi?
ment of cierke, If a personal account were to
be opened for every subscriber. Nor need
the Intelligencer fear that it will l?se sub?
scribers by exacting prepayment. It isa
good newspaper, and those who had any
intention of paying at all will cheerfully pay
the reduced price ia advance. That is oar |
The B?lls ?nd Bears and Greeley.
The New York Bulletin, ia its money arti?
'The action of the Ballimore Convention may
have some effect on both gold and stocks.
Should Mr. Greeley be nominated, the pre
\ vailing opinion in Wall street is that he will
be elected; and the theory ls that confidence
would be shaken, and that every business
man and speculator would immediately pat
himself In the safest position possible, that
lhere would be a shrinkage of values, and that
caution and timidity would mle. We are not
disposed to jumo to this conclusion, but can
only say that If Mr. Greeley ls elected Presi?
dent and does wbat be has at limes recom?
mended the President and Secretary of the
Treasury to do in financial matters, we are
likely to have very lively times. It is popsicle
however, that be may surround -himself with a
Cabinet who will check his wild Impulses,
such as he bas for years past given expression
to lo the Tribune. The solid mea of Wall
street respect bis honesty In pecuniary affairs,
but require proof of his good judgment and
steadiness of purpose, so essential to the wise
management of affairs directly and vitally
connected with the business Interests of th?
The Wali-streetera are shrewd men, and
bit the nail on the bead io believing that Mr.
Greeley will be elected if the Democracy
give him, as they promise, a hearty support.
Bat there' is no reason to fear that Mr.
Greeley, when elected, will turn'lhe country
topsy-turvey. It is understood to be his de?
termination to surround himself with men
like Chfgjes Francis Adams, Lyman Tmiii
bull, Groesbeck . and Horatio Seymour.
These,. if necessary, will hold bim in check.
Asj the Balls and Bears admit that Mr.
Greeley is honest, they may safely assume
that he will not attempt to administer the
uti ai rs of the Union upon the one-man prin?
Mr. Henry Seabrook, the partner of the Hon.
James B. Campbell, died yesterday morning
after a short and pain lui illness. The mem?
bers of the bar will doubtless paya flt tribute
of respect to his memory. It Is enough to
say, In this place, that there are abundant rea?
sons why the announcement of his death
should be received with more than ordinary
regret. From bis Hps the cup was dashed,
at the moment when his happiness seemed
jpj, i s s TTc~r7~
For Sale, loo Shares CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
To Loan, MONEY ON COLLATERALS.
Apply to ' LOUIS D. DaSAUSSURE,
july a-i Broker, No. 23 Broad street.
Mississippi Central Railroad CERTIFICATES
Memphis and Oblo Railroad Ten Fer Cent.
Memphis and Ohio Railroad Coupons.
Apply to JAMES H. WILSON,
Jniya-l - No. 6 Broad street.
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE, AP?
PLICATION will oe made tot renewal orcer
tincate City >lx Per ' Cent. Stock, No. 174, for
Slo.lTO, Issued October 27, 1867, standing tn the
name of J rus tees ahlrra's Dispensary, me orig i
nal having tieen lost._jnry9-tamo3
VTOTICE.-CHARLESTON, JUNE 5,
1.Y 1872.-Notice ia hereby given that three
mont'ts after date appllontlon will be made to the
Bant or Cnaneston, a. C., ror renewals of the
lolloping Certiorates of Stock, viz:
No. 48H7, for 28 Half shares.
No. 4878, for 88 H ir Shares.
No. 7247, 60 Whole shares.
No. 7801. as Whol^ Shares.
Nu. 833?. 32 Whole Shares. .
Handing In my name, the originals of which
have been lost. O. A. TRENHOLM,
Trustee W. L. Hamilton and Wife.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
UOONTY OF CHARLES TON-Court or com
j mon Pleas.-WM. M. LAWTOV, Plaintiff, against
S.J. AUSTIN. 8. L. ANDREWS, GhORUE G.
Kf.NNEDY and R. A. KENNEDY, surviving part?
ners o I he flrm Of AUSTIN, ANDREWS A COM?
To 8. J AUSTIN, S. L. ANT RE WS. GEORGE G.
KKNNEDY and R A. KENNEuY, Defendants in
toll action: You are hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint tn this action of
which a copy ls herewltn served upon you. and to
serve a copy of your answer on the subscribers,
at their office, No. 89 Broad street, City of
Charleston, within twenty days after tho aervico
or tais summons on you, exclusivo of the day of
service, ir you rail to answer this complaint
wittim the time aforesaid the Plaintiff ?111 take
jaa^ment against you for the sum of nve hun?
dred and fJf y-8tx l-ioo dollar*, with Interes at the
meei twelve per cont, per annum rrom the
ronrteenthday of January, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty, and costs. uuuuo?"lu ei*ai
Dated at Charleston. June 8.1872.
To the Defendants, s. J. ?TJST1N S L AN.
TGWS,GEORGEO K ENNED Y and R. A. K^N
Ja~t, DK0tl^e tnat lhe summons in this
action, of which the foregoing ls a copy with
tSS^SS* n,"exedv!?a" oied m the office ortho
CierK of the coan of Common Pleas, at Oharles
IT',1?111?, ountyor Charleston, and state of
South Carolina, on the 8r.h day of June. 1872.
,"".. ... Plaintiff's Attorneys,
Junll-tue ? charleston.
?pcriol Di clues.
p?f A SARD.-DB... J. B. . PAT BICK"
is not a Caaduate for re-election as Intendant of
Mon neville. juljQl*
CHARLESTON, JULY 8, 1S72:.<
This ls to certfy that I am an American citizen.
July9-1* MARTIN MDRPHT.
^CONSIGNEES- PER , STEAMS?L?
JAMES AD GC rt, from Nertr York, are notified that'
she ls THIS DAY discharging cargo at Adgq?s
South ~WhaT. Goods uncalled for at sunset
will remain in the wharf at owners1 rL-.k.
July8-1. .., JAMES ADOER A CO.. Agents.
~^T-THE; BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
TBE CBARfEiTOS EXCHANGE will proceed on
THURSDAY nett, the nth Jnne, at 12 o'clock M.,
to elect a SUPERINTENDENT, who will also
serve as Secretary and Treasurer.
Applications may. be made in writing to WIL?
LUM RATEttO, Esq., President. juiy9-3
TH! CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Beneot or the Free
School Fund ^omcia! Raffle Numbers :
RAFFIE CLASS NO. ?K3-M0BN1N0.
R AK FIB CLASS No. 694-EYBNIHO.
AB witness our hands at Charleston this 8th
day ot July, 1872.
'? FENN PECK,
julys Sworn Commissioners.
??S- OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
TBE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the state Orphan asylum:
CLASS Ni ai-MONDAY MORNING, July 8.
CLASS Na82-MONDAY EVENINO, July 8.
Witness my hand at Charleston, 8. C., 8ch day
July, 1872. A. MOROSO,
julyO sworn Commissioner.
far MOULTRIE VILLE. -MR. EDITOR:
Please Insert the f oho wing Ticket, representing
o FOR INTENDANT,
DB. J. B. PATRICK.
Colonel CHARLES SIMONTON,
Dr. B. A. MUOKESFCSS,
ASBER D. COHEN,
JOHN F. SLATTERY. Juljfl
PENSIONERS OF THE SOUTH
Carolina Society please call OB the Treasurer, No.
2 Broad street julys
SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery en
Sullivan's Island, ls now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those intending to locate there
during the summer months) with their Supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In person to the business, Tcan guarantee satis?
faction, to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. L. O'NEILL.
par IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY-Ex parte BAILEY ? COMPANY in re
R. J. DAY ANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trastees of
the College of Kean for t.-Pursuant to the order or
tho Hon, a B. FARMER, Judge, In tho above stated
ca^e, notice is hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment creditors of WILLIAM H. W1QO
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date of ibis order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at hlS-Offloe, m thc Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. 0. JUDD,
C. 0. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S 0., Jane 14, 1872. Jun22-60
^.-NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RA1LROD COMPANY.
The State, ex Relations the Attorney-General,
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Colombia Rall
'0?a Uompoijr. no fondant.
JAMES G. GIBBES, JAMES fi! PRINGLE and
others, Plaintiffs, vs. the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company and others, Defendants.
The undersigned navtng, by order of his Honor
Samnel W. Melton, circuit Jadge of the Fifth
Circuit, dated Jone 18th, 1872, been appointed Ref?
eree on the above stated cases to ascertain and
report among other things, the amount or in?
debtedness of the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road company, with authority by advertisement
to require all creditors to establish their respec?
tive demands before him
Notice ls hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of the said Greenville and Colombia
Railroad ?ompaoy, whether holding bonds of the
first mortgage, bonds or certificates of Indebted?
ness guaranteed by the state, bonds or certifi?
cates of indebtedness or the second mortgage,
non-mortgaged bonds or claims of any other
character, t, present and establish their respec?
tive claims before the undersigned as Referee, at
his office In Columbia, Sooth Carolina, on or be?
fore the iBt day of october next, at which time
his report on such dalma will be made np and
submitted to the Court m the said cases.
JOH M s. GREEN, Referee.
Columbia, S. a, Jane io, 1872. Jan27 l2thll
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from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
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preparations now In use. Nain ero ns testimonia.s
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and always does so in from three to ten days,
virtually reeding tne roots of the Hair with all
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
thlB won ierrol discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, Da. B. BAHR,
Na 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S, OL
DAN LODGE, No ;9?, L O. B. B.
An Extra Meeting for i be parp?se of con
rciring Degrees, trill ba held THIS EVBNING, at
half-past-8 o'clock, at the Hall. Candidates and
members ar*5 reqa Bted. to be punctual..
Ky. order of the President. S. ?PRINZ,
?H7BIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
r .Qt pv TD I AS.-Aitend Semi-Hon inly con?
vocation, at Pythian Hall, THIS KVBSINO, at half
past 7 o'clock. By order W. C.
... J. a RIPLEY.
ATTENTION 1 NATIONAL ZODAVES
OF CHARLESTON.-A Meeting of yonr
oiganlzatlon wi 1 take place THIS EVENING, at No.
18 Payee Btrect, at 8 o'cl .ck._Juiy9
UNION LIGHT INFANTRY OHABITA
BLE SOCIETY.-The Regular Meeting of j
this Society will be held at Eroeg'a Hall, THIS
KVKNINO, at 8 o'clock.
GEO. P. MACIN'DOE,
July9_Secretary and Treasurer.
QUEEN CITY CLUB-ATTEND BEGU
LAR Monthly Meetlug 'J HIS EVBNINO, at j
Ciuo-rooms, at 8 o'clock, sharp.
By order. WU. H. SWIFT,
jaly9_Seoretary and Treasurer.
ST PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-A Regular Monthly Meeting or this So?
ciety will be held THIS (Tuesday) ?VENINO, at
Hibernian Hali, at 8 o'clock.
J uly9 W. BAKER, Secretary.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OP SOUTH
CA KOLI v A<r-The Keguiar Quarterly Meet?
ing o. the Society will be held at tue Board of
Trude Room? on THURSDAY EVENING, Jhly 11th, at
hall-past 8 o'clock. ' A. B. HuLMfclS,
July6-aiutb3_ Secretary pro tem.
MAN of good oaaracter. References re
quired. Appiy at No. 23 Broad street. Jul) 9-1?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
make nerseu* generally useful. Apply No.
i 2t?6 Cuming street, near Hue. M jjUfj
ACOOK AND WASHER WANTED FOR
asmail family. Keierencea required, Ap
pij at No. e CalQuuu atrtec. Jnl}9
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
white woman, a situation as plain cook
ana milner. No objection to go ont of iowa.
Inquire at No,,84 Wentworth Btrcet. Juiy9-l*
WANTED, A PAIR OF YOUNG AND
well-broken P?MES. Apply to 2>HACK
ELfORD A KELLY, southern wnarr. Jaiy9-i?
WANTED, A MAN OR WOMAN TO
cook and be uaelol about tne bouse. Ap?
ply ax No. a Aiken's row._jniy?-f
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
woman as washer aud Ironer ror a small
family. Apply at Store corner Meeting and Ann
ASINGLE GENTLEMAN WISHES TO
obtain board In a respectable French ram l
b. Releieoces given. Address, for one week,
A. B., Lock sox No. C2 Charleston Fostortice.
J ply 9-1*_.. '_
EMPLOYMENT, EITHER WITH OR
. without capital, large pay and steady
tours, suitable for a gentleman of good address.
Address "K. T.," at this office, before noon this
WANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER?
WOMAN. Apply at No. 16 Wentworth
street, sun h aide, near t-ast Bay._Jniy8-3
WANTED, 50 LABORERS, COLORED.
Wages $20 per mon tn and rations. Ap
ply at No. 68 Spring aureet._July 8-,;?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central br western
part of the city. Address "ty," at tula offlce, suit?
ing location, terms, AC._Icb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cbeapest and best warranted
sewing Machine tn the market m the liOMS SHOT
TLE, price $26 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. 266 King street, corner Beanfaln
street. T. L BloSELL. ? Jann-emoa
A. GENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wlanes a position as Teacher la some
public institution, or as private tutor in a lamily.
No o DJ ec Lions to going into the country, caa
teach rrencn, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
brauche* ot a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
oreas o. D. V., at the office of this paper,
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the tact that the SOUTH
j EK?? LIKE INSURANCE. OUMPAN Y iBdUes Joint
Li. u Policies, ina url ug the lives of par tu ere lu
business, so that, on Hie neath of either, the
ainouut insured for ls paid to tne sarvlvtng party,
ll aiso. luaurea hnsband and wife on tue same
plan. aatH COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
?oet atti) -foilno.
LOST, A PACKAGE OF COLLECTION
BILLS, In Broad street, between church and
ttr Postoffice, or in State street to Queen. The
nuder win please leave them at thia office.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Lost, on the eveulug or inc 3d, while going
Hom tne corner of Calhoun aud Rutledge fat rec is
tu the corner of Meeting and Water atiotts, a
Lady's ?uLD WATuH. 'rue ?oove reward willoe
pan if lelt at thia office._july9-2
FOUND, A SUM OF MONEY. THE
owner, on dead..lng same and paying tor
1 mis advertisement, can obtain it by applying to
WM. MOEAY, NO. 46 Wentworth street. Jui>3
sale cheap, If applied for before thursday.
A laithful yard Hog, sagacious and Intelligent;
color black, with the ironts of all his feet waite,
white bieaat, two months old. apply at No. 120
Broad stieet ror further particulars. Juiyo-l*
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH, A LOT
or well-kept Household FURNITURE. Apply
I at the southwest corner of Bogard street and nose
WRAPPING PAPER, FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or smallquss.ii.iea.
Pnce 40 CENTS PBS HUNDRED. Apply at th?
ofTlcaiirTHB NBWN. __mavl?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF. SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at thu shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LPSSKoRD. Smith street, north Of Wentworth.
second floor. Also rooms furnished for gen?
tlemen. Apply at No. 48 Beanfaln street.
FOR RENT, HOUSES ; No. 42 BULL,
No. 4?i Coming, and No. 21 st. Philip streets.
! J. L. MOSES, Real Estate Agent, No. 34 Broad
FOUR ROOMS TO RENT, NORTHEAST
corner King and South Bay. JalyS-2*
TO RENT, HOUSE Na 9 ANN STREET,
. opposite Aiken's park. Apply at No. 122
Tradd street, west end, to JQH? KENNEY.
July 8 2*___ . ' .
FOR RENT, COOL, COMFORTABLE
ROOMS, from $8 to $6 per month. Plenty
or cistern water. Apply at Archer's Bazaar, No.
I 363 ?Ung street. _ JolyS-atntna*
TO RENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE,
corner of Wentworth and smith .streets.
I House and premises In good order, with one cis?
tern. For farther information apply to s. B.
PICK ENS, S. O. R. R. Office, corner of King and
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing nine rooms, on front beach sui
! i van's Island. Apply to S. A. WOODSID i, No. 86
TO BENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
an eligibly situated House on Su llvan's
laiand, within six minutes' waik of the Steam?
boat Landing, containing eight square rooms,
pantry, donnie piazzas, Ao. On the premises aie
a large cistern and well ot water, and all neces?
sary outbuilding*. Also, a one Vegetable Gar?
den UM der cultivation. Toan Approved tenant,
the :ent will be moderate. Apply to B. s. D.
MUCKENFUSS. No. 67 Hasel street. Jun25
AVI D S 0 Vt .' O p L LE G E,
MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N. C.
Next Term begins September 28,1872.
Facilities for Education unsurpassed. Loca?
tion healthy. Annual Expenses from $190 to $230.
For Catalogue or Information, apply to
J R. BLAKE, Chairman or the faculty.
Postoffice: Davidson College, N. 0.
n.RAo% CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
VJC SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and'the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
[ M., at the Depository, Chalmers street, jonie
Drags at CD hol es a Ic.
?jyOWLE, MOISE & DAVIS,
IMPORTEES AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
CHARLESTON, S. C., \
Offer to the public
SUMTES BITTE BS,
THE GREiT SOOTHERS' TONIO AND UNI?
VERSALLY POPULAR STOMACHIC "*;:,
AND ABPETIZER. .
Not merely to tickle the palate, bat to inrtr?e
health and vigor into the enervated and diseased
system, ls.the.high purpose and sore effector;
SUMTER BITTERS. Tn la famous restorative
creates no sadden flash of ^excitement, to bc suc?
ceeded by lu creased debility and tenfold gloom.
It braces the relaxed nerves and. imparts perma
ment tone and regularity to the whole system.
The rapid cares lt has effected in Dy apesia, G?n??
ral Debility, Nervous Diseases and ai an Appeti?
zer and Strengthener, and as a preventive or
Chills and Fever, has rendered SUMTER BITTERS
a name without equal in the annals of medicine
?Jj^OISE'S LIVER P?LLS,.
tur tne cure of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint
Dyspesia and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic
and An 11- B liions Pill have no superior. The. na
merons known cares performed by these Pills
have ind need ns, at the solicitation of many who
have experienced their beneficial and salutary ef?
fects, to offer them to the public.
Oar LIVER PILLS are not held forth or recom?
mended as universal cure-alls, bat simply, for
Liver Complains, and those symptoms connect?
ed with a deranged s ta te of that organ.
?^OISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A nell gb. trnl, cooling, healthy. beverage, made
from the j nice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
white sugar. Free from anything Inj jrlous. Bet?
ter than lemons for p?e nles, camp-meetings, bar?
becues and travellers, and a great necessity In.
the country where lemons cannot be had for the
[ jyj-OISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, In all cases. Try lt and be convinced, lt
ls really a specific and m the best and most pala?
table rorm to give children. It ls not surprising
that lt ls rast tas?n g the place of au other p repa?
rations for worms. Ills a pleasant confection,
and any child will take lt. Beware of dangerous?
ly eolored'eandy and nause?os compounds, ?nd?
ase Only MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM
CANDY. , .
... MORNING .STAR YEAST POWDERS.. .*
' THE BE9T1NDSE.
A barrel or Floor makes forty pounds more of
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER. No time
required for dough to rise, bpt bake Ia a hot,
quick ove*J^ soou as mixed; save eggs, shorten?
ing, milk, Ac, and le a wonderful saving.
ar sample packages free of charge.
may 31-f casinos_*_
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warrante! underoatn never to have failed to
cure. ?8,500 Certificates or testimonia of cure.
Including Rev. C. ll. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs. Falls of Schuylkill. Pniladel
Shla; the wire or Rev. J B. Davis, Hlahtstown,
ow Jersey; Kev. Thomas Murpny; Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jen nings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia HOD. J V. Oreelev. member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to cure or money remnded.
.- Da. GEO. CACLICR, Acent,
Jnlyl-lyr charleston, 8. C..,
LEATHER HOSE FOR STEAMBOATS,
MILLS AND PHOSPHATE WORKS.
1000 feet New 2 Inch Oak Tanned LEATHER
HOSE, suitable-for SieamNMts, Mills and Phos?
phate Works. Will be sold low to oloae consign?
ment by LAURE V, ALEXANDER A CO.
(Eojiontifta?jipa ano dJiosoiation?.
JL thin day dissolved by mutual consent. All
persona having oialms aaainat said Arm will pre
sunt them, and those indebted will make Imme?
diate payment to CHARLES 0. LESLIE, who ls
alone authorized to settle all claims.
CHARLES 0. LESLIE,
July 1, 1872. PHILLIS LOPEZ.
The business will be conducted by CHARLES
0. LESLIE, at the Old stand._ jolyO-1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with lum in business Mr. CHARLES R.
VALE. The manufacture or Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery in general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and firm or SMITH A
VALE, at the old stand east end Hasel street.
Jnn25-lmo_ J. RALPH SMITH.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between C. BART, W. BART and H.
BAYER. under the Arm name of c. BART A CO.
h i ms )day dissolved,(July i,j by the death of Mr.
WM. BART. 0. BART,
We have this day, (Joly 1.) associated with us
Mr. H. STEITZ, as a partner. The Fruit and Pro
I duce business will be continued as heretofore,
nnder the firm name of C. BART A cy.
July6-8!uth3 II. STEITZ.
Notices in t?annrapterj.
IN ^Ll^?^^^?^^^^OY AS?
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-ic the District
court or the United states, for the Eastern Dis?
trict or South Carolina.-In the matter of JAMES
ERWIN RING, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy. '
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment aa As?
signee of JAMES ERWIN KING, or Camden, in
the county of Kershaw, and Stateof^Bouth caro?
lina, within said District, who has been adjudged
a bankruot upon his own petition by the District
Court of said District. - . ?" ?
Dated at camden: the 13th day or June, A. D.
187*. HENRY C. SALMOND,
July9-tn3_ Aaa guee.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-NOTICE OF AS?
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the D strict
court or the United States, for the Eastern Dis?
trict of -outh Carolina-In the matter of JOHN
D. KENNEDY. Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may -concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as As?
signee of JOHN D KENNEDY, or Camden, ia the
Connty of Kershaw; and State of South Carolina,
within said District,;who has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon bis own petition, by the District
Court of said District. :>/
Dated at c?nida?, the 13th day of Jane, A. D.
1872. > . HENRY 0.SALMOND,
IN BANKRUPTCY.-NOTICE OF AS?
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the. District
court o' the Uoited states, for the Eastern Dis?
trict of South Carolina,-In the matter of
STEPHEN C. CLYBURN, Bankrupt-in Bank
To whom it may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice or his appointment as As?
signee or STEPHEN C. CLYBURN, of Camden, in
the County of Kershaw; and State o? ?outu Caro?
lina, wlihln said District, who has been adjudg*d
a bankrupt upon his ewn petition, by the District
Conrt of said District.
Dated at Camden, the 18th day or June, A. D.
1872. HENRY C. SAL ?UND,
QT TO A~M0SES7~PH. ?? '
Geological Surveys and Maps ; promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphat? ana Mining Pro?
perties reported apon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
decss-stuthemo Nc as George street
QHAS. LI EBEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE THSTILLBBY,
AT FORKS OP ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S.O. '
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Mae
and Meeting streets.
?-Highest prices paid m Cash for Crude Turpen?
T. 0 H APEA ? ? 0 0.,
DIALKR8 ANO DI8TILLBR? 07
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN,
OFFICE Na 178 EAST BAT,
_. _ . CHARLESTON, S.a
The highest prices paid ror crude,
: fM hnfli; Prime OLEAB^IDES
I is h has. Prime Shoulders
x 25 boles-U.S. oieirRID Mies
BO hbds. ?holce Rijetfed Weitern Shoulders 4
50-tierces Canvassed Hams.
300 obis Soper, Extra and Family FLOUR
._,60 BftcKs Rio Ooflee
?60" obis. Sugar-different grades
-J 5a bbbSagftr-Booso SyraD. :'?!. IA'*
For sale by JEFFORDS* 00.
,. jnlyB-S " - "T
J^EWGE?fiGIAFL?OR^ ' Li? ??EB
45 sacks EAMILT FLOUR-Benneaajr,M?la -K.
45 sacks Family rloar-Marietta Mini ~
00 SJCka New Georgia-Fioqr-T?nne<ae Mills.
Received on consignment, and for sale at mar*
feet rates, by -J. N. ROBSOv,
%SS** A ^AVMjtto WMl?4 .>.
PRIME WHITE CORN JS BUJOKT-"^*"
. -:.!:, . J -n.t i-1:-., q/.-.auoluufll
12,c00 basbelfl ' ?botce- i wm to- Muling CORN 4n
bulk, cargo Schooner Heney Alj?n.
' . For sale by1" jr&K OA??^ tfC?fc
. jmyiMpwra. ... ? > :,.,->....... : t,.:?". r"v, ,f;<1
XTEW a-fiRLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
ll , .. ... AND BACON. . . ,T ,
100 WB. N. O. 'MOLASSEB' ' ' "*}.
loo bola. Sud tierces Muscovado Jablaasra
.100 bola. S. H. Syrup
16? tierces (smativ a c. Hams ?Jiioet???t
.60 hhds. c R. Sides ..
' 60 hods. Shoulders .'. '----v., <a
100 obis, and half bbls Noe. L 2 and a Mack.
erel . -*r " -....?..
76 boxes (small) Factory Obejoe . - a .
100 kegs and mba Choice Butter.
? Forsalelow.br- ?.->U'"'ilm',) -iii?
STEFFENS, WERT3RA DUCKER,
3nn26-imo . ? ' ^endnS3anjey-:
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION "?l?
^h?jtmm*?rf> ./cv/ a.,.,.
Just received, a large a apply of tb? abor A Bach
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex
elusive or fat; can be 'used with cold or warra
water: also, can be taken wita Coaitver oil, and
destroys thv taste bf tDeOll. 'J r??y?W TtTfSmSt
Tneonty looa for,delicatechildren. .-.
This IB ranch superior to the -Extract of Beet"
heretofore offered to the public, as will bejfoaM
upon trial For sale by Dr. H. BABB,'
-jonT i (J ..Kd^geetaigatMafc/I
/COGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE- -' BRAN
BT. JIf?. 9; BONDED St?KES.J C
.IT. D . :f! 1 Jlrt.feQllQ "ad Ol '-: sof Jlcjisop IMS
. ....?_;<> .ledi?!- all .- -?'f-utfl sud (focal
A TOBIAS' SON8, Na 110 EAST BAT.
Ofter for aale rrom U. S. Bonded Warehouse, '
On ol oe COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT.
.Tarions Ttot?eaytt'* ?1"5E^
- ?iKPSSff*'^^ ??*
Eighth casi? . > r.jwwj*j
_Oases or one dosep bottles each. . J. ?
J!AIE, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. OTiftr fe*
sale Fair, Printf and Choteo J^^OflARK..
"CVA LI I,S?' '''?'L''?;;<"'''?w'*f;:
J?- :(...., -j,;.tcoawi.OJI) mim.
MORDECAI A co., No. no Bast Bar. offer for
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALB, landlnic direct
from Glasgow, In Pinta... , MOBDBOAi 400, -.,
jp ORT O "BJCXfr
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Ea? Bay. OflBPfcc
?ale Choice Porto Elco MOLASSES, jnstrou
packages._MORDECAI. A CO.7?
T> E I ME W H I TB OjOWlm
MORDECAI A co., No. no East1 B^, offer fte
sale Prime White CORN, In new aaoka. ?1 0-.-.;..t
rtHOI?B H?YANA CIGARS, li"? T "
\j . .. .? ' '...?'= fOrjillcIWJ.T.-IXjL'
asK? toro!' * ?o*ce EA?VA?A^?GARJ 5$
root from Factory la Havana.^ ?,... fy,^.^ ?>
^A DAM AN Ti NE . f
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by V , A. TOBIAS' SONS.
f?bas^mo?-^ --y: ?.^.?>' ^ 'J^ .oarvrag)
SfJliiTYAlTS ISLAND11' S?PPiaK
':: '. ?L?T;/?ortT .^ciiioa
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-. !i-->: : ? . ..o .-.'?!?.fol K;?:.:rt>g-i
?'"../. .: . :t :-.-?:-.rn ^ni'ii??T; c?o
. B.:it*-s:..R-.,0 :uW
:- ?.?::.. 5 ...'.'!iO Wi.- y?ii??:ti?
'GBEATNEWB :; " ?*:fr>?
.-t.r. ii ii-'.M^xit? hi:a i-c ts.i
' :'QBEATN?w?"'T';:/!';r'! )?
OBEATNEWS ^ ^ .
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* GREAT NEWS7 ' ' :
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! FOB TBE ISLANbEBS i . ' '15 :
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*- * POBTBEiBTjANDEESi ? - ..
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FOR THE ISLANDERS ! ?a . .
I 'l-.i ?'? ;r.-.-:.:.-..?-:pv?f .A.v ?at?ifi'io ";-.> ?.t?
FOR THE ISLANDERS I ,r : ? -
nd ana? . a lou si ssl i;'-;?--K .cd
FOB THE ISLANDERS !. ,
FOR THE ISLANDERS I HF
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fat! '? ' .'. .'?? ;f .?.;?':> '-7 .o?job:
. . 7:? ca 5si?7Wtc. via ?loot,
aaii'i.. t; ? . . v-": v.'i:?"!.':?.;'-!?
S. H. WILSON ?0 BRO, ,
'. :, ::. .-. ... Vf- ; < ::. n-f> ?cU?ojJia; ;i-w.H
: .. ?r :: ; ::? .<.-.????e 10,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
; . ' - : if "io il 0 rsfi;*?! '.? . ? FK-Obftii
- . . :- ' : tlK'Si . Jff?:&"t
- Intend delivering GROCERIES to snob Of tba
Islanders as patronise them, at their respectiva
homes on the Island, without extra charge 51071
We shall take nie asure In takln g charg? Of any
.." 'I ItUJ r-jj'^JnM-,;;
goods bought in Charleston, not in eur- Une, to
?.i: i. rei .?.? . . '- 1 ??: ?'. . '".Mia r- a A
denver to our Onatomers,
Any orders entrusted to our care, either In our
line or business or not, will meet With prompt
n ? rt:- A ? ???? ? ..-'- ? I ?>l*f?
WE OFFER YOU Tri r; FI N EST.
: banu ir. *t ir.-.g/Iaa -v.. :-- ::;ttf
. .ii C ip; .
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
. 5 .1 -.' Ta
. . ; '..; >...;::;. .) i:l*-'.t 'Kit~.:Z<~1
... IN CHARLESTON,
. fl . ' . ' '
1 USD A*'
; .?::: 7:if ^.-.-r.f ?} :.?;a ;;J:C?:; L
PRICES THAT CANNOT. BB ?NDERSOLDJ
> i ; ? . ?
> , We are respectfully,
B?. H. WILSON A BBO.^
NO. soo KINO STKXXT, OHAKLXSTOH, S. 0.