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THURSDAY, JULY ll, 1872.
.. SEWS OE THE DAT.
-John Morrissey was $20,000 out by Long?
-Disraeli ls reported at work on another
-The foreign commerce of New Orleans ls
rapidly extending. Twenty ocean steamships
now ply between that port and Europe. Two
lines run to Germany and two others to Liver?
pool, and within the present year other lines
to British ports are to be established.
-The animals in the Central Park, at New
Tork, lt is said, suffered terribly from the heat
last week. Large tanks of water were kept j
constantly filled, and in these they lay, and,
with lolling tongues and bloodshot eyes,
passed away the long and melting day. The I
elephants chained to staples on the green,
tore np the sod with their trunks and car- j
peted their backs with the cool earth, pre?
senting an extremely laughable spectacle. I
-A Washington telegram says: "fiecent ad
vices from the South represent the cotton
crops In Tennessee and In the northern parts j
ol Georgia and Alabama as In the moaWavora
ble condition known for a long time. It ls J
calen"..ted that the*average Increase in Ten?
nessee will reach three per cent, above the es- J
t?males of the agricultural bnreau, and at I
least fifteen per cent, over the average of the
correspond?r 7 crop for last year. There Is an
abundant supply of labor, and the requisite
energy U> carry on the business."
-Decidedly a unique feature of the Expos'- j
Hon at Vienna, Austria, will be the baby de-1
partaient. It ls not proposed to have an ex-1
hibition of infant?, but to make a collection ol
nursery furniture and the mechanical ap
pl lancea by which the babies of different conn
tries are reared, amused and instructed.
There Is said to be great anxiety on the part
ot the direction to procure a large representa
tlon from America, for the reason that we are I
supposed to have some smart way of "tend-1
lng" chlldreo, and thus making smart adults. I
-The New York Herald makes no bones
about admitting that, politically, lt is "on the
fence." At the head of its editorial columns I
on Jinndar ii hun the. followinc tnaratrraoh:
"Greeley and Brown*--"Grant and Wilson."
Under the above beadings we furnish In other
columns the gleanings from some of onr yes-1
terday'a exchanges In regard to the two tick-I
ets. Without expressing a preference fori
either we advise our readers to peruse these I
brief scintillations of the partisan press, and,
aa they pay their money, take their choice." I
-A letter has. been written by Mr. W. N.
Saunders, a prominent colored' citizen and
customhouse officer of Brilmore, to Hon.
Henry Stockbridge, chairman of the Baltimore
delegation to the late Republican Convention, j
returning thanks for the honor conferred by
placing his name on the Grant electoral ticket
for Maryland, and declining the same. In
conclusion, be says: "I shall, In my humble
sphere, advocate the obliteration of old party
linea and the sustenance ol a new party, so
composed aa to give promise of successfully I
mar-fr-hg the problems of the present and
futures under the leadership of that grand old j
veteran of equal rights, Horace Greeley,
whose record and whose whole life is a suffi- j
dent guarantee that the rights of all men will I
be protected under his administration. "
-The Tichborne claimant ls continuing his
triomphal procession through England,* dally I
gaining not only proselytes but considerable I
sams of money. On the evenlnz of the 24th
ult., accompanied by his steadfast friend. Mr.
Onslow, M. P., he addressed another meeting
at Southam. The claimant spoke for twenty
minutes, and demanded an early triai. Beso- I
lntlons in his favor were passed as usual, and
with an entrance fee of 2s 61. there were some
eight hundred people present. It seems euri-1
ons In an Important legal case yet pending j
one of the principals should go about the j
country not only manufacturing public opln-1
lon but collecting funds, to the tuue ot five
hundred dollars per night, for the purpose of I
defending himself. But some queer things I
are done In Old England In the present day.
-The census burean are now putting ont
some of the most interesting footings of the
canvass of 1870. One result arrived at ls the
Increase In the number of female workers
from 1860 to 1870,'and the withdrawal ol wo?
men from work: as age grows upon them. In
the sexes, the working classes are only two
thirds more of males than females in early
life, and only about one-third of both sexes
are engaged in gainful labor, or, say twelve
and a half millions of the 36.600.000 of people. I
in the first period, of ten to fifteen years old,
the number of female workers ls about one
third the male; In the second period, from six
teen to fifty-nine, lt ls about one-sixth, and In
the last period, sixty and upward, lt Is only
one-twelfth. Of the whole people only
1,100,000 are returned as engaged In trade
and transportation, and this ls half a million
more than in 1860, or an increase of fifty-five
-The New York Sun says that when old
man Harper brought his stud of horses North
he had a white jockey. The boy soon be?
came intimate with many patrons of the turf,
and drank and smoked with them. He was a
general favorite. As Boon as the old man
found out that the sports and knowing ones
knew the boy, he telegraphed for his colored
Jockey, John Sample, who rode Longfellow
at Lexington. When the bell rang for the
riders to mount the white boy came out. Ap?
parently not noticing him, Uncle John told
the darkey to step on the scales. Finding he
weighed one pound too much he made bim
run round the track and sweat the extra
pound away. Toe experiment was success?
ful, and the darkey won the race. It is said
that while the whit? boy is richer by several
hundred dollars, some politicians are of the
opinion that they threw some money away
very carelessly. They think Uncle John Har?
per Is too smart for the New York boys.
-This ls the ungracious style in which the
plsgusted New York World receives the news
from Baltimore: "Of all the strange things
which have ever happened, what can seem
more extraordinary iban the nomination of
Horace Greeley as the regular Democratic
candidate for President? It being already
certain that the thing will be done, the coun?
try watches the process with the same kind of
Interest lt would feel in looking at a hungry
anaconda about to swallow a stag-hoofs,
branching horns and all-wbenlt would nearly
cost the anaconda his life to perform the feat,
to say nothing of the pains of digestion, after?
wards. Such a feat of deglutition will be
performed at Baltimore to-morrow or next day,
when the Democratic party will gulp down
Mr. Greeley; and as this amazing meal has
been decided on, we can only wish the Demo?
cratic party a happy digestion. The World will
contribute no slime to give ihe animal a slippery
passage down the throat of the devourer; but
when the thing Is done lt will do whatever may
be in Its power to aid the digestion, and prevent
the Democratic party going into torpid and
prolonged stupor by reason of the heavy load
upon Its at om ach. We trust there may be
vigor enough in the party to digest this
monstrous meal, and come forth afterwards
'as well as could be expected.' "
The Banner of Peace.
The work of the Democratic Nationa
Convention is done. That of the people
remains to do. Without faltering, without
bargaining, the representatives of three mil?
lion Democratic voters have nominated the
Liberal Republican candidates, and adopted,
absolutely without change, the Liberal Re
' publican platform. Now shall the Liberals
and Democrats confirm this actioD, and BO
confirm it that, by the defeat of Grant and
Wilson, the march of centralization shall be
checked, and the political r?volution be ac?
complished. For this is, in truth, far more than
the crossing of party lines and the wiping
out of party rules. It is a Revolution. It is
the uprising of a whole nation againat the
destroyers of their liberty. The thousands
who distrust Mr. Greeley and the. millions
who know him to be big-hearted and large
of braio, are equally resolute in their deter?
mination to strike down the usurper, and
restore to its fair proportions the symmetrical
fabric of the Oonstitntion. They do not
chain the living to the dead. The corse of
the past ls buried deep on battle fields and
in the Electoral College. Madly, wildly the
people were sparred on to their destruction.
There was one deep-rooted feeling which
could guide them-Lave of Country ! Ap?
pealing to that feeling, Cincinnati and Bal?
timore have brought the people together,
and united them on the broadest of plat- (
forms-a d?termination to keep their own ,
liberties while they guard, as well, the liber- !
ties of others.
It bad been thought wisest that tbe Balti- '
more Convention should abstain from any
nomination, lest it should alienate Republi
can votes; but the Convention have square?
ly nominated Greeley and Brown, who are
to-day the candidates of the Democrats as
well as of the Liberal Republicans. Doubt?
less the Convention pondered the subject, ?
aud took the course best calculated to con?
solidate its strength. The American people
can not repudiate Mr. Greeley only be?
cause, without his solicitation and against ,
his counsel, he is made the candidate of i
the Democratic Republicans. The liberal 1
and forgiving spirit of the Baltimore Con?
vention is surely no crime. Thia may have
controlled the delegates in their conree, and
directed their action.
The battle is now fairly joined. On
the one side is President Grant, arm?
ed with the Force Bill, and backed by
the Federal bayonets and the office-holding
legions. Under his flag march the thieves
and scoundrels who have desolated the
Sontb, and have fostered ill-will and discord
these seven years a'nd more. On the other
side are the People, who demand equal
rights for whites and blacks, honesty in
public affairs, the reduction of taxation, uni?
versal loyalty, amnesty, suffrage and con?
cord. At their head is a representative
American-Horoco Greeley-a mau trained
in the ideas, arts, blessings and republican
simplicity of peace and universal freedom.
The Issue cannot be doubtful If the men
whose hands are clean, whose interest in
this mighty country is greater than their in?
terest in parties and Rings, who value good
ahme more than the sweets of office, work
and vote together. They must labor night
and day until the Fifth of November is past.
Their reward will corn? in the form of long
years of prosperity, contentment and na?
tional love. And when the North and the
South shall alike respect the Stars and Bars
os the flag ander which dauntless Americans
bled and died, the South and the North
shall, with the sacred flame burning anew
on their altars, love the Stars and Stripes as
the flag of their common country-the flag
which they have sanctified with their blood
in the old days before the Confederate war,
and which shall stand in the future, before
all Americans, os the outward and visible
sign by which the United States has con?
quered internal dissension, and shall over?
come her every foe.
These words may seem over-strained; but
let us rememL. at, three months ago, the
nomination of Horace Greeley by the Demo?
cratic party was hooted as a political impos?
sibility. Honestly and frankly we declare
our opinion that in the action of the Balti?
more Convention yesterday is the remedy
for every public trouble, the beginning of an
era of unity of thought and purpose for these
thirty millions of people. At Baltimore the
divisions which provoked secession were
established. It is titting that the same
city should witness the cl-isping of hands
which marks the end of the hates and fears
In the Fold.
The greeting given by the Baltimore Con?
vention to the name of South Carolina, when
the roll of the States was called, is a Bung?
ing rebuke to the short-sighted few who
strove to bold the State aloof from the Na?
tional Reform movement Four times the
name of the State fell upon the ears of the
listening delegates, and each time the hearty
applause which thundered tbrongh the hall
was a token that the Democratic Republi?
cans of the Union sympathize with Sonth
Carolina in hertronbles, and remember ber
as a community where it is urgently neces?
sary to restore personal freedom for the in?
dividual, and Republican good for all. The
Conven tion know the weakness of the Sonth
Carolina Conservatives. In their plaudits
there was nothing of the shrewd calculation
which might lead them to shout for In?
diana or the Keystone State. Their marks
of fraternal feeling were disinterested and
Sincere; a voluntary expression of their
hope that the State might, through the Ke
form movement, return to the dominion of
Intelligence and worth. For this there is
ample cause. South Carolina bas been a
mark by which the progress of centraliza?
tion and usurpation is known. More than
any other State, she suffers by the test oatb,
by the suspension of the habeas corpus, by
thieving government, by military despotism.
As an outraged Commonwealtb, plundered
without stint, as a State where Grantism
has uphe!d and maintained the most rascal?
ly crew the century has known, South Car?
olina is pitied throngbout the land. And
not with an idle pity. The cheering at Bal?
timore on Tuesday broadly Baid that South
Carolina is tbe spot where reform shall
begin; so soon as, by God's blessing.
Horace Greeley, the Peace President, be?
comes the Chief Magistrate of a united
That this determination should Mil the
minds of the delegates to the Patriot Con?
vention is due, in a large measure, to the
good faith and prudence with which, in
some important respects, the white citizens
of the Stale have acted. More than two
years ago they planted themselves upon the
Missouri platform, recognizing, in ail seri
onBoess, the rights and privileges of every
race and class of people. Wherever the op?
portunity was given, they showed in prac?
tice tbat they drew no sharp line between
whites and blacks. Something more was
needful, and that was given when Sooth
Carolina, tbe Cradle of Secession, instantly
and fervently declared, by the voice of her
white citizens, ber desire to support Horace
Greeley, and clasp bands across tbe bloody
chasm which had too long divided the
Sonth Carolina is now absolutely identified
with tbe National Reform movement, and
stands in the serried line with Massachu?
setts and Illinois, os weil as with ber Bister
States of the South. This is what is gained
by sending delegates from Sooth Carolina to
the Democratic National Convention. In?
stead of occupying a position of sullen and
and selfish isolation, she is received into the
Fellowship of States-is welcomed, not as a
wayward Bister, but os a State wbicb, as she
bas been first in suffering and wrong, shall
ITO UKJ foromoot to reap the hineilt of that
union of Republicans and Democrats which
reached its completeness in Baltimore only
a few short hours ago.
The patriotic sentiment uttered by Hen?
dricks, of Indiana, when accepting the can?
didacy for Governor, ls tbe watchword for
this campaign : "We have turned our backs
"on the paf.t; we stand in the present, and
' 'look to the future. The past is lost to us
"the future is ours; let us make it a glorious
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^-NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA KAlbttOD COMPANY.
The state, ex Relations the Attorney-General,
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Colombia Rail?
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES G. GIBBES, JAMBS R. PRINGLE and
others, Plaluiiffs, vs. the Greenville and Colum?
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The undersigned having, by order of his Honor
Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Judge of the Fifth
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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 wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the Bcaip and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTA NS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. O.
For sale by the Agent, DB, H. BABB,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, s. a
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CARULI ^A.-Tho Regular Quarterly Meet
log of the Society will be heid at the Board of
Trude Room? OD THCB.-D AT EV?M so. Joly nth, at
half-past 8 o'clock. A. B. u .LM KS,
Jolyn_Secretary pro tem.
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE.-THE REGU?
LAR Monthly Meet ng will be held THIS
(Tnursday) EVBNINO. at their :au. at 8 o'clock.
Jutvll JuHN K. HOUMKH. secretary.
"PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
JL Attend an Eitra Meeting, at Archer's Hall,
THIS K. VENINO, at half-past 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. c. o. MATH E * ES,
July ll_^_ Secretary.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5 A. F. M.
The Regular Mummy communication of
Washington Lodge, Ko. 6, A. F. If., will be held
THIS EVENING, at Bolmes's Hall, at 8 o'clock.
By order W. M. T. E. STROTHER, .
IO. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. THE STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA.-The
M. W. Grand Master wilt Install the Officers of the
Subordinate Lodges, at Odd F. Hows' II Ll, on the
lui io wm g evenings, at 8 o'clock:
' Jefferson Lodge, No. 4 on TUESDAY, 2d July.
South Carolina Lodge, No. 1, on WEDNESDAY,
Marton Lodge, No. 2, on FRIDAY, 6th July.
Schiller Lodge, No. 30, on SUNDAY. 7th Julv.
How i rd Lod.e, No. 3, on THURSDAY, ich July.
The officers and members of the Grand Lodge
are requested to attend and assist lu the Installa?
By order of the M. W. G. M. ROBT. JAMES,
Julyl-cthl crand Secretary.
woman as cook. Ap, ly at No. 32 st.
Phillp street, opposite Public Sciiool. Julyll-1*
WANTED, A BOY ABOUT SEVEN?
TEEN years old, to walt about the house,
at No. 4 Glebe street. _Julyli-l?
WANTED, A COMPETENT NURSE,
eitner white or cojored, to take care of
children. None ueed apply unless accompanied
with proper recommendations. Apply at north?
east corner Smith and Montague atreets.
ACOOK AND WASHER WANTED FOR
a small family. Reierencea required. Ap
ply at No. fl Calhoun street._.. July9
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH
a small House tn the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q, " at this office, stat?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the chea peat and beat warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHOT
TLK, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 266 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L BlaSELL._Jaal2-emns
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
public institution, or aa private tutor In a family.
No objections to going Into the country, can
teach Erench, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches ot a good education. Salary or not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., at the office of thia paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with tbe fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues Joint
Lite Policies, insuring the lives or partners in
business, BO that, on the death or either, the
amouut Insured for la paid to the surviving party.
It also 1 usurea husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street,
?oct ano formo.
LOST, LAST EVENING, ON BROAD
street, west of church to King, or on Klug
near Queen, a M /rocco Pocketbook, containing
Ulty-clue Hollara tn Greenbacks and one Sleeve
Button. The Under will be liberally rewarded by
leaving it at THX NKWS office. Julyll-l*
OR SALE, A MILCH COWTTSHPINE
order.* Apply at Northwest corner of Gads?
den and Montague streets. Price $60.
FOR SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Light and Dark BRAHMA FUWLS, bred
from best imported stock. T. L. BACOT, No 34
SHINGLES.-125.000 No. 1 SHINGLES
fvr sale low fur cash by c. J. aCHLKPE
OREEL, ,\o. 37 Une street, Lumber Yard.
J uly ll-tharne*. _
MULES, MARES AND PONIES, JUST
arrived, at Kentucky Mule Lot, King
street, and for sale on time. R. OAK MAN.
FOR SALE, FOR CASH, A FIRST-CLASS
BAR ROOM, at Georgetown, 8. C. dulng a
good business, together with a Soda Water Foun?
tain, Billiard and Bagatelle Tahjes, also Restau?
rant In complete order. Tne owner desires to
sell for the purpose or a change tu business. For
particulars, Ac, address '-B. A. C.," NKWS office.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
M ACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
, and at the shortest notice. Also a few good se
I cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LtTNSKoRD. s jjith street, north of Wentworth.
_ So Hem.
F" "?R REN^r~COOL? oM^O^??IrjLE
BOOMS, from $3 to $6 per month. Plenty
or cistern water. Apply at archer's Bazaar, No.
863 Klug street._Joly6-stnth3*
FOR RENT, DESIRABLE ROOMS,
I with kuchen, servants' room and every con?
venience for a small family, northeast corner
Meeting and Tradd streets._Julyll-l*
mO RENT THAT PLEASANTLY LO
J. CAT EU Residence on Sullivan's Island, first
bouse east of the Fort, tor the season, partially
furnished, containing eight rooms. On tbe
premises there are a rina cistern, well or good
water, stables, Carriage House and other Out?
buildings. For panic ulan apply on the premises
to Captain PAB SINCLAIR._Jnlyll
TO RENT, THE lNGHAHAM HOUSE,
corner or wentworth and smith streets.
House and premises In good order, with line cis?
tern For funner information apply to S. B.
Pk KENS, S. C. R. R. Office, corner of King and
i Ann si reeta._JoiyO Btnthlmo
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing nine rooms, on front beach Sul?
livan's Irland. Apply to S. A. WOOOsID <, No. 86
1 Market streef. . July4-thstu4*
l?attbci. JttDgirg, m.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 666 AND 667 BBOADWAY,
wtll continue the sale ol their immense stock or
nrlng the sommer months. AU gooda will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the business. junio
Q H A S . ~LI EirilTBO^O^
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and ?Mee tin g streets.
JHrHlffhest prices paid tn Cash for Crude Turp?n
(Jl T. CHAPEAU Jk CO.,
DKALBBS AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Tbe highest prices paid for Crude.
All operations In DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
ANDERSON in the most scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed, at Hie corner of King and Liberty
j? P. WALL, JR.,
"INSPECTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL,
OPWCB UNITY ALLKY,
Over Messrs, Knobeloch A Small's Back Store,
<2$r0C?ri?0, ?irjnors, &t.
(gTJLLIYAlTS ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOB THE ISLANDERS I
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS I
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
S. H. WILSON & BRO.,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to such of the
Islanders ss patronize them, at their respective
( homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure In taking charge of anj
goods bought in Charleston, not In oar line, to
deliver to oar Customers.
Any orders entrusted to oar care, either in our
j line of business or not, will nonet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDEBSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage.
We are respectfully,
S'. H. WILSON ? BB O.
Na 806 KINO STBIET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Draal, (ITQanicais, 0t.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
MATIC SYRUP. _
Warranted nuder aub never to have failed , to
euro. ??8.600 Certificates or testlmon<als of core,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;1
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falla of schuylkill Philadel?
phia; the wife of Rev. J B. Davis, Hishtstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jen ninga and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Oreelev, member Con?
gres from Philadelphia; Hon. Judae Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey : ex-senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted toenre or money rei added.
DB. GEO. CAULlr.R. Aeent,
Julyl-lyr charleston, S. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. H. WARNES tc CO.,
Oiler the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
iron and iodoform Plus, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss Of
Nerve Power. Ac
Elixir cinch?n ta Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
tux lr Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin
Bitter Wine or Iron
Wine or Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine or wild Cherry
comp. Syrup or Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup of Hypophosphltes (for Consumption, Bron?
chitis, Aa) ?
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotalnlng Vanilla, Tola, Ac. -
Elixir Taraxacum Come This ls a new and vain
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics, lt ts a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
ita medicinal virtues, lt ls u <eful as a vehicle
and for marking the bitter taste or Quinine.
Elixir Gentian aud iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phospb. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, 4c,
EUx. Valerlanate or strychnia
EUx. Phoxpb. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
P? r?] y ?lfl)
Beer, Wine and iron, an elegant combination.
especially serviceable In cases or children and
In addition to the above, w. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a rall line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, aU or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of .
DB. H BAER, No. 181 Meeting street,
moh28dawemna - Charleston, S. O.
MILLS AND PHOSPHATE WORKS.
1000 feet New 2 Inch Oak Tanned LEATHER
HOSB. suitable for Sieim^oats, Hills and Phos?
phate Works. Will be sold low to close consign?
ment by LACKEY, ALEXANDER A CO.
(CoparmerBiiijjB ano Sie?oinnorii.
with him in bnslness Mr. CHARLES. R.
VALE.. The manufacture of Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery lu general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and firm of SMITH A
VALK, at the old stand east end Hasel street.
Jnn25-lmo_J. RALPH -MiTH.
THE CO-PARTN?RSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between 0. BART, W. BART and Q.
BAYER. under the arm name of C. BART A CO.
l- this )day dissolved,(July 1J by the death of Mr.
WM. BART. .0. BART,
We have this day, (July l,)'assoclated with ns
Mr. EL STEITZ, as a partner. The Fruit and Prc
I duce business will be continued aa heretofore,
I under the firm name or 0. BART A CO.
juiye-stuths H. STEITZ.
QORNT^CORN ! , COEN I
- 4000.bu'hels westerkwjrtte and Yellow 00RV.
per steam-dup Virginia'*' 'rn
Forsaleby HERMANN BULWINKLE, -?
J"'y'Q Kerr's Wharf.
ATS AND uiY.
2000 buube's Heavy Feeding OATS
300.??les?r?? Har. - n Qfry; ?31:1
J^LOUR! FLOUR!.. ELODE^
300 bbls. Choice Family and Soper FLOUR.
: For sale by. -BJ?!RMANN(BUWU?KLB^ ?
Julylo " -
E E HT'V E l S T B TJP?9e?fJ
: ihhds.aDd HIve.SYRUPTper steamship
Forsaleby. HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
Ja'yio' - .? . ? .1 '? . - *eir>? Wharf.'
jyo. lPERUVTA?feU??0>:';^ .
i 10 tons No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO. For sale
by HERMANN BUL WINK LE.
JulrlQ _Kerr's Wharf.
JJ ACON-*ND Tg?OrjR;rj- . g Ifttyfi
?6 hhds. Prime CLEAR SIDES
16 hhds. Prime Shonldcra_
26 boxes D. S. Clear Rib Sides
60 hhds. Choice Rejected Western Shoulders
60 tierces Canvassed Hams. ^ -f-'
SOO bbls Super," Extra and Family FLOUR' ?v
60 sacks Rio Coffee . - "'T
160 bbls. Sugar-di rte rent grad?s **^L
60 bbis. Sngar-House Syrup.
For sale by JEFFORDS ft CO.
Jnly9-3 - -=?- - -_
"VTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
JLl . : ::: AND BACON/. V.';: TV? O
100 bb'a. N. 0. MOLASSES
loo bbls. and derbes Muscovado Molasses
100 bbls. s. H. Syrup " .
160 tierces (small) 8.0. Hams " . -. >
60 hhds. C. K Sider " .
. 60 hhds. Shoulders
loo obis, and half bbls Nos. 1,2 and 8 Mack
75 boxes (small) Factory Cheese. . ;
100 kegs an-i tubs Choice B?tten" ' " '
For sale low by - rr ?. v..-, ;
STEFFENS, WERNER* DUCKER,
jnn26-lmo' Vendue Bange.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION *0?
.**EAT JUICE. . "? ..... ,A q
Just received, a large supply of the above. Bach .
bottle contains four pounds of the beat Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or waa!
water; also can be taken with Codliver OH, and
destroys th-taste or the Oil. ? ?
The only, food for delicate children. .
This is much superior to the "Extract of Beef," ?
heretoro-e offered to tho public, as win bo found
upontrlaL Forsaleby "Dr. H. BAEK,
Jan7_No. m Meeting atreet. ,
?OGNAC AND LA RXXHELLE BRAN. .
DY, fN ?. S. BONDED ?STORKS.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EABT BAY,
Offer for sale from U. & Bonded warehouse, .
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintage?, ta
quarter casts '? n
Fifth casks ?. .- ' '
AK? , , .
Oases of one dosen bottles each. ?
JP AIE, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A co., No. lio East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS,
MORDECAI A CO.
J?1 AL KIRK ALB'. 1
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, oiler for
sate an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct '
from Glasgow. In Pinta. , MORDECAI A CO.,,
pOBTO RICO MOL AS S? 8. !
MORDECAI. A OO.. No. lift Beat Bay. offer fot;
.ale choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, tn stro?g
packages. ' . M08DE0AIAP04V
jp RIME WHITE CORN. r. ?
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacra, - jS-f
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS. .';
MORDECAI A CO., No. UO East Bay, offer ?S
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di.
ract from Factory tn Havana. , . , _
A DAMANTINE CANDLES.
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for Mle
by A. TOBIAS' SONS.
feb28-6mo8 - ? . 7^ : .,
f?T NOrlT?E.-OUR~READERS WHO,
PROPOSE TO SPEND TIE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PBOPRIETOR? DP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE TH3
PAPER FOR THE DSE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NBWFL SENT BY ;
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS' PER
MONTH. :: . ''" "
rjpFJLE STEEDMAN HOUSE, .,. t
A I K fi N, ,8. C., ;
Solicits the patronage or the Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minutes' walk frdm
Depot and .Poatofflce. : ?>? ? ?? : ;: Jnni7-?mon ?
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, . iNa- 8i
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Mo., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es-'
famishment, situated in one or the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground. ?
consequently well adapted for a Summer Besorg
being comparatively cool ld midsummer, mag?
nificently furnished *vltii batha and other con?
veniences on every no>r, ts now open for the re?
ception of these coneraplating a tour of pleasant*,
the coming season. The cars ran within a square'
of the h .use. Coacher at all tho stations. E. V.
WESTCOIT, Proprietor. ? Jnn8-4moa:.
N?W BOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
IROOKBRIDGE CO., VA.
This new Watering Place will be open for the
reception of visitors on the 1ST DAT OP JOLY.
The waters have been long and favorably
known, .bot nntlL lately no Improvements .have
been made for the entertainment of the pnblic.
A Joint stock company, chartered under the
name of the JORDAN ROCKBRIDGE' ALUM
SPRINGS, has been organized with ample capital.
Tne company have completed tali season a new
and elegant Hotel, furnished ihroughoat la the
very best style.
Tao mineral waters are both Alum and Chaly?
beate: the former being efficacious tn all chronic
diseases, such as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, chronic Dysentery, borqiula. Incipient
Consumid lon. Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
i he latter as a general tonic, and is of great value
in those affections which ar? peculiar to the
female constitution. The accommodations Will
be nrst-class In every respect.
Boura -The Springs are eight mUes from Go?
shen, on the Une of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road, and wit hin eleven to thirteen hours of Rich?
mond, Washington and Baltimore by rall. CoL
M. G. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trams twice a day at Goshen Depot.
Board, per day, $3; four weeks, $60. For far?
ther particulars, apply to' C B. LUCK,
(P.O. as above,) formerly of the spottswood Hotel,
THE HOT SPRINGS,
- BATH OOUNTT, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated tor the care er Hheamatlsm. Goat, Paraly?
sis, Torpor of Liver, Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Dls??s-8 of the Uterus, Affections of the
Skin, especially of Sypb'Utlc origin, and numer?
ous Chronic Diseases.
THE BATHS - <.
Vary in temperature, from 60 to no degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Ghronlo
Barb. They are moreover foind to prepare-the
system for the beneficial action of waters found
at the various other Mineral springs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely used at the most celebrated spas In Ger?
many, and which give sufferers the benefit of she
very valuable remedial: agen ts contained In the
Mineral Mod. These spriuga offer UNSURPASS?
ED ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas?
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to thoseof first-class city h tels. Every
modern improvement nos been provided.
Prolessor 4. L. CA BELL, M. D., of the Unlveral
ty of Virginia, Resident Physician. For Tram
pblemand Circulars, address S. c. TARDY & Co.,
Richmond* Va., or J. A. A?G?ST, Manager, Hoc
Springs. Bath county, Va. may?2mo
QTTO A. MOSES, PH. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separatmg and Metallurgical Proc?s
Bes adapted to Oro Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,*
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
dec23-stuthamo Na 38 George street.