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MONDAY, JULY 15, 1872.
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-The hljrhest honors of Princeton College,
N. J., have been borne off for thc last three
years by Southern students.
-One of Gladstone's sons was last month
formally received by Archbishop Manning
into the Roman Catholic Church.
-The dying gift o? Bennett, of the Herald,
was $250.000 toward completing the Catholic
Cathedral In New York City.
-The New York Sun says: "Mr, Elliott,
one of South Carolina's colored congressmen,
ls about to select a boy of his own race to be a
cadet midshipman in the Annapolis Naval
-The French treasury has Jost paid the
damages and Interest required by the German
Government on behalf of the Germans who
were expelled from France at the outbreak of
the late war.
-The Germans expelled from France, after
the breaking out of the late war, comprised
19,300 Prussians, 4423 Bavarians, 6578 Wur
tembergers, 8329 Badois, 1800 Hessians and
2200 others, making a total of 46,632.
-Thep?stoffice department at Washington
have received large orders for the new postal
cards from business houses in all parts of the
country. It ls believed that the cards will at
first be extensively used for advertising.
-A lump o? pure gold, weighing half a
pound, was recently found by a negro woman
ou the plantation of Mr. Hugh C. Nisbet, in
Union County, N. C. The woman was boeing
cotton, and knocked the lump over with her
-Walnut stumps have become an article of
merchandise, and many ol them are very
valuable. The curly grain of the roots is used
for veneering, and some stumps are worth
one hundred and fifty dollars alter being prop?
erly worked Into shape.
-Th" sale o? the Empress Eugenie's jewels
in London netted fifty thousand pounds. The
flrst*fcUcle which attracted attention was a
marquise ring, with a pink diamond, sur?
rounded by brilliants, formerly the property
of the Empress Josephine.
-Mrs. Greeley, lt ls Bold, is hopelessly ill,
and of a disease that forbids all freedom of
locomotion. The daughter Ida, who takes the
deepest interest in her (rutter's success, and
who lu very. tPQrpiiflhly educated In booka..
and In what books teach, ls now the head ol
the farmhouse at Cbappaqua.
-Nearly one thousand pounds of Ice were
thrown Into the fountain of the New York
Gold Boom on Tuesday last. It didn't cool
the air, however, and the brokers amused
themselves by chipping off small chunks of
Ice and dropping them down the backs of each
-M. Auguste Rouzand, Miss Nilsson's pro?
spective husband, has reached thirty-six, the
age wheo Byron thought he was in the sere .
and yellow leaf. Gustave Dore, who has vain?
ly tried to win the heart of the Swedish can?
tatrice, ls in despair at the thought ot another
becoming the sole possessor of her charms.
-Mrs. Gratz, Brown, lt ls said, ls a hand?
some and winning lady, mother of seven chil?
dren, six o? whom ore still living, the oldest
not ever fourteen years o? age. Of these
children five are girls. It ls related of the
Governor that be married for love, when Mrs.
Brown was a country malden, and that he
first saw her swinging on a gate in front of a
country farmhouse, os he and two or three
other members of the Missouri Legislature
were strolling out o? town'after one of its ses?
-A food strike, which, has been going on
for some time in the North of England, begins
to assume serious dimension, and threatens a
violation cf the peace. At Consett, which Is
one o? the headquarters of the movement,
groups o? women severely handled one of
their own sex who ventured to make a pur?
chase from an obnoxious butcher. The police
had to Interfere, but so determined ls the re?
sistance to high prices that the butchers have
ceased to kill meat, and the population ls re?
duced, In spite of itself, almost to a vegetarian
-The reports of large deposits of guano on
the coast of Peru are said to have been exag?
gerated. The stock In the Chincha Islands Is
almost exhausted. The stock of guano o? good
quality on the G nan ape, Macab? and Lobos Is?
lands does not exceed one million tons, and
ls of very Inferior quality in the Lobos Islands.
Another million tons is the outside quantity.
In the south the only deposit of any consider?
ation is on Pabell?n de Pico, and this does
not amount to hali a million tons. The small
quantity of guano which remains on the Bal?
lestas Islands is of au Inferior quality. Should
no new deposits be discovered the present
stocks will uot lost more than tour years.
-Every collection of English verse, made
within the last quarter-century, has contained
a certain poem on the birth of Christ, through
which rans the refrain, 'in the solemn mid?
night, centuries ago." Thirty-five years ago,
its author, Alfred Domett, gave a royal enter?
tainment to his friends; left them, leaning on
Robert Browning's arm ; left him and vanished.
Many years after, hs was seen, in a boat
manned by savages, off the coast of New Zea?
land, but this was the only glimpse vouch?
safed his friends. He was lons ago given up
for dead. Browning's poem of "Waring" is
founded on this strange career. Recently the
supposed dead man came back, wearied with
wandering, to tell the story of a life spent in
ruling the barbarians, among whom he had
bid himself from civilization. He has brought
with him the fruit of thirty-five years practi?
cal solitude, in the shape of a poem of four?
teen thousand lines, which Is soon to be pub?
lished. Its author's life will be an advertise?
ment such as no book has ever had before.
-The reception or their nomination by a
powerful party, in addition to that effected
some time ago by the wing ol another one,
was modestly received by both the distin?
guished gentlemen who now see themselves
at the head o? a movement and ticket that
have gathered accretions in the last month
I like a snowball rolling down a mountain Bide
I in a damp day, and will continue to do BO un?
til, upon the swelling, resistless wave o? this
great popular reform, the candidates find
themselves borne next November to the na?
tional capital and the highest offices in the peo?
ple's gift. Mr. Greeley was at the Lincoln
Club as nomination news came in. He smiled
blandly and kindly as the good news of the
flattering confidence reposed in him was re?
ported, and the hand-shake prolonged and
hearty that he was compelled to undergo must
have been even a greater strain on his physi?
cal system than his wood-chopping experi?
ences. He did not forget his family, and tele?
graphed the respite to his daughter Ida, who
has shown herself so.much Interested in her
father's chances. In the evening the philoso?
pher was at the concert of the Garde R?pub?
licaine, and another round of congratulations
was given, M. Paulus being among others to
personally express himself. Gratz Brown waB
at New Haven when the news reached him,
and he couldn't but have felt satisfied with
himself as he thought that twenty-five years
ago he was just leaving that classic old city to
make his way in the world.
The Liberal Movement In South Caro?
Sooth Carolina occupies an exceptional
position in the sisterhood of States. The col?
ored voters have 30,000 majority, and no re?
form movement can succeed which does not
obtain 15,000 colored votes, and the entire
white vote. With a few exceptions, the
whites are Liberal Democrats. Most of them
are enthusiastic advocates of the Baltimore
nominees ; all ot them are ready to vote for
Greeley, unopposed to Grant But, so far,
not a single Republican of prominence has
declared his intention to espouse the Libe
ral cause.. It is possible that men like
Schurz, Cox, Gilbert C. Walker and Charles
Somner might change the aspect of a flairs
if they contd devote themselves to this State;
bat, as things stand, Mr. Greeley contd not
obtain more colored votes in Sooth Carolina
than wonld be given to a Democrat. The
leaders of the negroes, to whom these look
for guidance, are Grant men. They slander
and misrepresent Mr. Greeley, in every imagi?
nable way, and persuade their illiterate
hearers that they mn a risk of being return?
ed to slavery if the Liberal candidates are
successful. Thns, the negroes on the coast,
who hold the balance of power, are kept sol?
idly together on the side of the regular Re
I publican candidate.
A nnmber of influential members of tbe
Republican party are striving vigorous?
ly to purify the State Government. They
are, nevertheless, the staunch supporters of
the presen' administration. Most of them
are actual or potential office-holders nnder
th3 National Government. They are guided
in their opposition to the Scott-Moses Bing
by the tacit or expressed wishes of President
Grant, far more than by a love of reform for
its own sake. It wonld cost them their
official heads to raise a finger for Greeley.
They are ready enough to talk and write
against Scott, Moses, Neagle and Barker,
and to demand the election of good men in
October, bat it is indispensable that they
should, upon all occasions, chant the praises
of Grant. Even Mr. C. C. Bowen, who, in
other things, has them at his beck and call,
conld not persuade the colored voters of the
low-country to support the Cincinnati ticket
He has convinced them that they should
fight to tho ?oat agolnot tho Col Q ai hi it R?Dg.
This they will de. Bat be cannot, for the
reasons already given, induce them to wage
war upon Grant
With these facts before them, outsiders
can understand why it is that there is no
Liberal Republican party in South Carolina.
They will also see that such a movement, as
soon as organized, wonld repel the Radicals
whose cry is Grant and State Reform, and
force them into a new alliance with the cor?
rupt crew whom they are now denouncing,
and whom, if let alone, they will probably
overcome. A Liberal organization wonld,
of course, receive very nearly the entire
white vote, and the Grant ticket would be
elected by the usual thirty thousand majori?
ty. For the sake of casting a complimentary
vote for the Democratic-Republican candi?
dates, the Conservatives of the State wonld
have sacrificed every hope of accomplishing,
within a few months, something substantial
in the way of local reform.
The Progress of the Canvass.
The action of the Baltimore Convention
meets with the approval of both Democrats
and Liberal Republicans. Since the ad?
journment of the Convention there has been
co sign of a bolt and most of the "straight
"outers" have gracefully given way. Sena?
tor Bayard, who held ont to the last moment,
advises his constituents to support the party
nominees. Congressman Dan Voorhees is
to. stump Indiana for Greeley and Brown,
and the - Mobile Register hoists the Liberal
flag. The New York Journal of Commerce
.takes no part in the contest; and The Nation
continues to explain that Grant is far safer
than Greeley; but Senator Schurz is at
work in earnest, the New York World
loyally accepts Mr. Greeley as the Demo?
cratic candidate, and converts like the Balti?
more Gazelte are unstinted in their advocacy
of the Liberal-Democratic ticket
So far, the result of the Convention has
not been attended by any marked desertions
from the Grant party. It has, however,
consolidated th9 Democratic vote. This
was the first thing to consider, and the Con?
vention, seeing that a simple recommenda?
tion conld not bind the members of the party,
made Mr. Greeley their regular candidate.
They were convinced that the movement
could not. succeed unless the Cincinnati can?
didates received the entire Democratic vote,
and, in their judgment, the only way to
secure that vote was by formally pledging
the party to support Mr. Greeley. ADy
other course would have left the straight
outers at liberty to vote for whom they
pleased. In our opinion, it was better to
recommend the Democracy to vote for Mr.
Greeley, so as to avoid the howl, already
heard, that the Cincinnati nominee had re?
linquished all claim to Republican considera?
tion in becoming the candidate of the old
foes of tte party. But the leaders at Balti?
more had the whole field before them, and
we acquiesce in their decision. They have
made sore of a popular vote of three mil?
lions, and of fourteen or fifteen Democratic
States. A change of four or five per cent,
in thc vote in the doubtful States will give
Mr. Greeley the victory.
The prospect is decidedly good. At this
moment the chances of Greeley and Brown
are better than those of Grant and Wilson.
Hard work during the next three months
will make the defeat of Grant certain; even
if the Republicans should carry North Caro?
lina in August. In that State the contest
is both sharp and severe. The Liberals are
sending their best men to the front, and the
Administration leaders are flooding the
State with speakers and greenbacks. It
will be a close contest The Liberal-Demo?
crats, at this time, have slightly the advan?
tage. They are working like Trojans, and
have the hearty sympathy and best wishes
of every lover of his country. .
Let Her Rip !
Judge Willard decides that the Revenue
Bond Scrip is unconstitutional. This shucks
off $1,800,000 or State debt Major Corbin
has submitted an argument to show that the
guaranteed bonds of the Blue Ridge Bail
road are invalid. This will wipe out $4,
000,000 of contingent liability. At this
rate, the total of the State debt will run
down os quickly os it ran up.
General Sherman is snobbish enough to
complain that he was snubbed by General
Von Moltke and Prince Frederick Charles.
Doubtless he was treated as well as he de?
served. Oar military parvenues gad about too
much, and forget that such exploits as the j
burning of Columbia are not likely to com?
mend them to the love and respect of tbe
men who never make war upon women and
?Direct Haulage as the Remit of Conse?
Matt Morgan seed's Nast more than that
coarse caricaturist bargained for. Last week
the readers of Harper were treated to
Nast's cartoon upon the Alabama claims,
showing "our President' with his foot firmly
planted on the tail of the whining British
lion. This week Morgan gives, in Frank |
Leslie, his cartoon upon the Alabama busi?
ness. ' It shows the "royal beast" flattening
out Bancroft Davis and President Grant
under his forepaw, while Grant yells, "Oh,
air, please, sir, don't, sir; we didn't mean it,
sir. Please, sir, only eur fun." England
and America chat cosily together, and
rather enjoy the Presidential collapse. The
inscription ls, "Direct damage as the result
"of consequential claims. Where the British
"lion puts hisToot, to the great satisfaction of
"John Bull and Brother Jonathan and the rest j
"of the world." As a bit of artistic work,
without regard to its political force, this car?
toon ranks amongst Matt Morgan's best
The Success of the News.
[Prom the Lanrensville Herald.]
Messrs. Riordan, Dawson & Co., the enter?
prising proprietors of THE CHARLESTON NEWS,
we are gratified to learn, have purchased the
building known as the Southwestern Railroad
Bank, a handsome structure, and one well
adapted to the purposes to which lt is de- j
ulgaed by these gentlemen to convert lt The j
building was purchased at a cost of $13,500.
This ls an evidence of thrift, a reward THE
NEWS and Its proprietors fully merit. We wlsb
all concerned continued success, and deserv?
ing lt, as they do, they will surely receive lt.
-Mr. T. C. C. Featherston, of Anderson,
denies that he ls In accord with the Grant and
wilson movement. As between Greeley and
Grant he chooses the former, and will vote for
the best Republicans tor State offices If there
IB no Democratic or Reform ticket.
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IRISH VOLUNTEER* RIFLE CLUB,
ON MONDAT EVENING, JULY 16.
The Steamer St. Helena will leave from Market
Wharf at 8 o'clock.
A fall Band of Music will be In attendance.
Refreshments on board.
Tickets $1. jolyll-4*
pm* CHARLESTON EXCHANGE-AN
office bas been opened on North Atlantic Wharf,
where the business of the Exchange will be trans?
acted, the meetings or the aeveral committees
held, and applications for membership received.
pm* SPECIAL NOTICE.-CHARLES
TON. JULY li, 1872.-I have this day taken
charge of the Southern and Atlantic Telegraph
company's Offloeln this city. The public are as?
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dispatch. J. Or THORNTON,
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pm* GENERAL AGENCY OP THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF j
THE UNITED STATES, CHARLESTON, S. 0., JULY |
12th, 1872.-During my absence from the State*
the Business of this General Agency will be con?
ducted as usual, at No. 20 Broad street, by Mr.
J. R. CHRIETZBERO, who is hereby appointed
my Attorney for that purpose.
Jalyl6-mwf3 w. B. SHAW, General Agent.
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noUfled that she will discharge cargo THIS DAT
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Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on the
wharf at owners' risk and expense.
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RAFFLE CLASS NO. M3-MORNING.
RIFFLE CLASS NO. S04-EVINING.
As witness oar hands at Charleston thia 13th
day of Joly, 1872.
. FENN PEOR,
JAMES GILLI LAND,
j cly 15 Sworn Commissioners.
^"OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit or the State Orphan Asylum:
CLASS No. 41-SATURDAY MORNINO, July 13.
CLASS No. ?-SATURDAY EVENING, Joly 13.
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Witness my band at Charleston, s. C., 13th day
Jnly, 1872. A. MOROSO,
july t 'J Sworn Commissioner.
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Interest Six Per Cent., compounded" quarterly.
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pm* OFFICE OF CO?NTY AUDITOR,
FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. C.
JULY 1,1872,-Notice ls hereby given to all con?
cerned that Returns or all Real and Personal
Property within the lira ita or thia Connty shall bo
delivered at this office between July 8, 1872, and
August 12, 1872, tor the year commencing July
1,1872, vended by oaiu of the person whose duty
lt la to Hst or return said property possessed by
bim, or under hts control, either aa agent, parea
husband, guardian, executor, administrator,
trustee, receiver, officer, partner, factor or holder,
with the valued such personal 'property so held
and controlled, it ls made the duty of the Conn
ty Auditor to add Arty per cent, penalty thereto,
for failure or neglect to make return or property
within the time given to so do, "and must be ob
served." SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
a!yl-mf2m2 Connty Auditor.
pm* SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's island, ls now prepared to Famish the
residents (and those Intending to locate there
during tho summer month a) with their Supplies
at tho very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very reapectfally, F. L. O'NEILL.
IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.- Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY tn re
R. J. DAVANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees or
the College of Beaufort-Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. C. B. FARMER, Judge, in the above stated
case, notice 1B hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIGG
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
daya from the date or this order m which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at bis office, m the courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD,
0. c. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, s. C., Jnne 14, 1872. )un22-eo
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. No 1_T?ie Regalar Semi-Monthly Meet Int?
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Regular Meeting THIS EVEKING, the 15th
instant ac half-past 8 o'clock, w. M. BRUNS,
jnlyl6_Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.
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quested, as business of Importance win be
broaght before yon for consideration.
By order of Oaptaln WM. J. BRODIE.
JAMES M. QUASH,
Rooms, with Board, on the Front Beach.
Apply, stating terms, to "D," at the office of THE
WANTED, A NURSE FOR CHILDREN.
Also a cook. Apply, with references, at
No. 147 Oalhonn street._Jnlyl6-1?
WANTED, A HOUSE SERVANT
(male.) Also a competent Washerwoman.
Apply corner Broad and Rutledge streets, north
side._. Joly 16-1?
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. REFER?
ENCES required. Inquire at No. 79 East
WANTED, A WET NURSE, WHITE OR
colored. Apply Immediately at No. 110
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook, Wash and Iron and do general
housework. One who can come well recommended
and ls willing to make herself UBO?M will hear of
a permanent situation at Barnwell by applying at
the office of DAILY NEWS._Julyl6-6
WANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER
and Ironer. A capable and reliable
woman will hear of a good place by applying at
once at No. 16 Wentworth street, north side, near
AGENTLEMAN AND WIFE DESIRE
PERMANENT BOARD lo a private family
wnere there are no other boarders. Address,
stating terms, Ac, U. E. R., Posiortice.
BASS SINGER WANTED.-WANTED A
BASS SINGER for the Choir of the Citadel
.-quare Baptist Church. For farther lu ronna
Hun, apply at No. M Broad street._J ply 12-3
ACOOK AND WASHER WANTED FOR
a smail family. References required. Ap?
ply at No. 6 Calhoun street._JnlyC
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Mac ti lue In the market ls the HOME 8 II UT?
ILE, price $26 aud $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 266 King street, corner Beanfaln
Street. T. L BlaSELL._janl2-8mos
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wisces a position aa Teacher la some
pabilo Institution, or as private tutor tn a ra m try.
No objections to going into the country, can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and. the other
branches or a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad*
dress c. D. v., at the ou.ce of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the tact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE OOMPANY Issues Joint
Life Policies, insuring the lives or partoerS In
business, so that, on the death or either, the.
amount insured for IS paid to the surviving party.
lt also Insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
H^RSESTFOR SALE.-A FEW FINE
HORSES for sa e. Can be seen ar. WM.
HuuKADAY'S Sale Stable._Julyl6-4?
FOR S ALE, A FINE WILLCOX A GIBBS
SEWING MACHINE. Can be seen at Wet
zel's Bakery, corner Calhoun and st. Phillp streets.
TH E FAST-SAILING SCHOONER
RIQGED Pllotboat YOUNG AMERICA, 38
tons measurement This vessel, ready in every
respect tor 36a, would answer well fur a fruiter
for the Charleston or Savannah market. Parties
wishing io try her speed and sea capacities, un?
der rall or reefed Balls, for one hundred miles
trial, will please apply to Capt. J. F. UABENIOHT,
No. 17 Sooth Bay._July 13-3
SHINGIiES.---125.000 No. 1 .SHINGLES
ter sale low for cash by c. J. SCHLEPE
G it ELL, INO. 37 Line street, Lumber Yard.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the ahprtest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSEURD. Smith street, nurth of Wentworth.
?0 Kent. _
Piazza. Apply at No. 62 St. Phillp street,
below Calhoun street._JuiyiS-l?
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS, PLEASANTLY
situated, to a good tenant. Apply at 49
Smith street. _Jolyl6-2*
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S I8LAND, A
small and comfortable Dwelling, on Front
beach, east of Fort Moultrie. Apply at No. 118
Cdttonn street._' Julyi6-mwf3
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE BRICK
Honse, located at No. Ol King street, pne
door sou tli or Broad, containing six rooms, pan.
try, plazz i and deep, dry cellar. On the prem?
ises are a four-roomed kitchen and a large cistern
The buildings are In good repair, and possession
can be had immediately. To a responsible tenant
the terms will be moderate. Apply on the prem?
0 RENT, A TWO-AND-HALF STORY
brick honse, with cistern and fine assortment
or fruit trees, In Oalhonn street, near Coming.
Rest moderate. Apply at WILSON'S Grocery,
No. 306 King Street._Juiyl2
TO RENT. THAT PLEASANTLY LO?
CATED Residence on Sullivan's Island, first
honse east ot the Fort, for the season, partially
famished, containing eight rooms. On the
premises there are a fine Cistern, well. of good
water. Stables, Carriage House and other Out?
buildings. For particulars apply on the premises
to Oaptaln DAN SINCLAIR. Julyil
Cb neat ional.
OPEN her School on October lit. Mr. J.
W. MILES will give Lessons In Literature and
Belle-Lettres, and Mrs. ALEXANDER In Algebra.
Miss MURDEN will form a Class for Yoong Ladles
who wish to attend three times a week to receive
Instruction In .he higher branches. Jnlyl6-ml2
AEACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
OT SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
nae of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 0 A. M. to 2 P.
M., at the Depository, Chalmers street. Junio
Cop artnual} ip a ana flhaaointiani.
undersigned have this day formed a Copart?
nership under the name of B KY AN A BRYAN, for
the practice or Law. GEORGE D. BRYAN,
1SAAO M. BRYAN.
Charleston, S. C., Joly l, 1872._joly8-m6
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him in business Mr. CHARLES R.
VALK. 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.
Jnn26-lmo J. RALPH SMITH.
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH A CO.,
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
No. 20 WALL STREET.
?rorer lea, ? iq nor s, &t.
rJLLIVAFS ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS t
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
8. H. WILSON & BRO
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to Boen of the
islanders aa patronize them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure in taking charge or an;
goods bought In Charleston, not In oar Une, to
deliver to oar Customers.
Any orders entrusted to oar care, either In oar
I line of business or not, will m*et with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES TEAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
Bj. H. WILSON A BRO.,
' No. soe KINO STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
. ?nrnmer ?e?orlG.
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OF
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAYE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PEE
"^HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
QREENBRIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for their ALTERATIVE WATERS and
fashionable patronage, are now open. They arc
2000 feet above tide wa ter-affording entire relief
from prostrating summer heat. Capacity for two
Charges-$3 per day and $80 per month or thir?
ty dayB, GEO. L. PEYTON A CO.,
rJIHE STEEDMAN HOUSE,
AIKEN, 8. C.,
Solicits the patronage of the Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minutes' walk from
Depot and PostofBce. junn-imo
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Mu., ON -EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated In one of the most eligible
positions In the city, en the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Sommer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
ninclently rurnlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tour ot pleas nie
the coming se ison. The cars ron within a square
of the house, loachei at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun84mos
H~E HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Its waters are cele
brated for the cure of ttheamatlsm, Goat, Paraly?
sis, Torpor ol Liver, Chrome Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Diseases or the Uterus, Affections or the
stein, especially of Syphilitic origin, and numer?
ous Chronic Diseases.
Vary in temperature from 60 to no degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Chronic
Bath. They are moreover round to prepare the
system for the beneficial action or waters round
at the varions other Mineral Springs.
; MUD BATHS
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 the
very valuable remedial agents contained in the
Mineral Mad. These springs offer UNSURPASS?
ED ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas?
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equal to those of first-class city h tels. Every
modern Improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. OABELL, M. D., or the Unlversl
ty or Virginia, Resident Physician. For Pam?
phlets and Circulars, address s. 0. TARDY A CO.,
Richmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs, Bath county, Va. may22-2mo
NEW ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
?R0CKBRIDGE CO., VA.
This new Watering Place will be open for the
reception of visitors on the IST DAT OF JULY.
The waters have been long and favorably
known, but until lately no Improvements have
been made for the entertainment or the public.
A joint stock company, chartered under the
name or the JORDAN ROOKBRIDGE ALUM
SPRINGS, has been organized with ample capital.
The Company have completed tula season a new
and elegant Hotel, furnished throughout In the
very best style.
Tne mineral waters are both Alum and Chaly?
beate; the ronner being efficacious in all chronic
diseases, snch as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, chronic Dysentery, Scrofula. Incipient
Consumption, Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
the latter as a general tonic, and ls of great value
In those affections which are peculiar to the
female constitution. The accommodations wtU
be first-class In every respect.
ROOTS.-The Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the line or the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road, and within eleven to thirteen hours of Rich?
mond, Washington and Baltimore by rail. OoL
M. O. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trains twice a day at Goshen Depot
Board, per day, $3: four weeks, feo. For far?
ther particulars, apply to C. B. LUCK,
(P.O. as above,) formerly or the Spottswood Hotel,
. to*0***-**-rtUprnt, Gt.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF ASSORTED OR AOKERS,
DOLLY VARDEN CRACKERS
Wine and Batter
CHOIOE BREAKFAST STRIPS, Sugar-Cured
Hams and Shoulders.
MARTIN A MOOD.
No. 275 King street and S. w. corner Meeting
and Mar Ieee streets. . Ju ly 13
QORN! CORN 1 CORNI
4000 bushels Western White and ? Yellow CORN,
per steamship Virginia.
For salo by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
Jnlyio Kerr's Wharf.
ATS AND HAY.
2000 bushels Heavy Feeding OATS
300 bales N. R. Hay.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
J ulyio Kerr's Wharf.
J1LO?R1 FLOUR 1 FLOUR I
300 obis. Choice Family and Soper FLOUR.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
Julyio Kerr's Wharf.
"gEE HIVE SYRUP.
4o hhds.and } Bee Hlve SYRUP? Per BteaiMlilp
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
joly io Kerr's Wu arr.
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
io tons No. l Chincha island GUANO*. For tale
by HERMANN BULWINKLE. '
Joly io Kerr's Wharf.
\TEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
1> AND BACON.
100 bb'B. N. O. MOLASSES X
100 bbls. and tierces Muscovado Molasses
loo bbls. S. H. Syrup
160 tierces (small) 3.0. Hams
60 hhds. O. H. Sides
60 hbds. Shoulders
100 bbls. and nair bbls Nos. 1, S and 8 Mack?
76 boxes (small) Factory Cheese
loo kegs and tubs Choice Butter.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DU OK ER,
Jnn26-lmo Vendue Range.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Jost received, a large supply or the above. Each
bottle contains roar poands or the best Beef, ex*
clnslve of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be tacen with Oodllver OH, and
destroys the taste of the OU.
Tne only rood for delicate children.
This ls mach superior to the "Extractor Beef,"
heretofore offered to the pabilo, as will be roana
upon triaL For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
Jnn7_No. 131 Meeting street.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE' BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. HO EAST BAY,
Offer tor Bale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varions vintages, la
Firth casks .
_Cases of one dozen bottles each.
JjtAIK, PRIME- AND CHOICE SUGABS.
MORDECAI A OO., No. 110 East Bar, Offer for
Bale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery-SUGARS.
_'_ MORDECAI A 00.
J1ALKIRK ALE. '"***
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, Offer rot
sale an invoice or "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDEOAI A CO.
JpOBTO RICO MOLASSES*
MORDEOAI A 00., No. 110 East Bay. offer fdr
rale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, In strong
packages. MORDEOAI A CO.
jp RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer roc
sale Prime White CORN, In new Backs.
MORDEOAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A co., Na 110 East Bay, offer ror
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factor; m Havana.
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES ror sal?
hy A. TOBIAS' SONS. "
fflnuaa, eitjtmiral?, 47c.
D~R. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEuT
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
core. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of cure,
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Phlladel
&hla; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlshtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Waltos,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-senator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to care or money refunded.
DB. GEO. CAULIKR, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr _Charleston, 3. 0.
J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMEE^
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now m Stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Gold cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British on, Roche's
Embrocation and Ohlorodyne.
TILDEN A OO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PlllS, AC. AGENT TOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AUNT FOB SOUTH GABO LINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and doods of foreign man
uTaoture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em*
bracing all New Remedies.
A fall assortment of Trusses and Bandages al*
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night._faniowfmly
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. B. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send ror Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and I odoform Plus, a powermi Alterativo
and Tonic ,3$
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power. Ac.
Elixir Cinchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir CaliBaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerjanate ol 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 or Hypophosphltes (tor Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotalnlng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Oomp. This ls a new and vaia*
able combination or the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Ita medicinal virtues, lt ls nierai as a vehicle
and ror masking the bitter taste or Quinine,
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Phospn. Qnlnlue, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrnpj ror Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ao.
Eux. Valerlanate or Strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (or the'
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable m cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. warner A Co.
manufacture a full line or Fluid Extracts ana ,
Sugar-coated Pills, ail or which are to be had af
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, Na 181 Meeting street,
mohoTdAWOmoa Charleston, 8. 0.