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TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1872.
.? NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Cotton factories are being built in Mexico.
-A* Florida paper reports tbat a mill ls be?
ing built there to manufacture paper from the
palmetto plant for Bank of England notes.
-Since the thermometer has, risen above
eighty degrees the Boston passenger railroads
have reduced the speed of the cars to almost
a walking pace, or scarcely three miles an
?hour, to the great saving of the hordes and
wjtbout Inconvenience or complaint.
-Bulwer is now lust sixty-seven years old,
lives in almost complete retirement, looking
after ?ls health. He stoops, is exceedingly d eal,
anr has altogether a strange look of antiquity.
HIS only son, "Owen Meredith," now a mid?
dle-aged man, Ia in the diplomatic service. ' ?
-A French plan of betting on horse races
has bten Introduced at Jerome Park. This
newaystem ls known as the "Paris Mutual."
All tickets are sold at a uniform rate, as live
doljars lor example, and every one purchas?
ing a ricket states the name of the horse he
wishes Io back. Wben the bell rings the lot?
tery is* closed, and after the race the total
amount of the pool is divided among the
holders ol tickets on the winning horse.
-They axe quite behindhand on the subject
of imprisonment for debt in England. A
memorial has been presented to the .^uorqey
goneral of England,- signed by twenty-one
thousand gentlemen, bankets, merchants and
tradesmen, against the proposed, abolition of
Imprisonment for debt. Because, as lt ls
stated, last year only six thousand persons
were actually imprisoned by county Judges,
the English creditors think Imprisonment for
debt ia not a hard law.
-The Vondon festival which flourishes In
New Orleans and vlclnty, though diabolical, Is
interesting, and brings strongly to mind the
witch scene in Macbeth. The last one was
held near one of the bayous on the Ponchar?
train Railroad, at nighttime. The Vo ?don
Queen made a short address to the assembly,
both black and white, all partlclpantsfpnd
afterward a fire was built upon which every
one was required to throw a.stick of wood,
making a wish as they did so. Then a black
snake was cut into three pieces and thrown
into a cauldron upon the Are, and after it a
cat and a black rooster, which were put In
alive. Then alf wara ordered to undress; cer?
tain powders were thrown into the kettle; at
twelve o'clock all hands were ordered Into the
lake; and with Incantations, singing, dancing
and a long sermon the time was occupied un?
til daybreak. The whole strange ceremony
wonnd up with prayers and a benediction.
-The German societies ot Dayton, Ohio,
have met and resolved to hold no more cele?
brations, nor engage In any processions on
Sunday. Not that they consider it wrong to
take part In these things, for they hold the
contrary views. It appears, however, that the
majority of their fellow-citlzenB differ from
them, and it ls out of deterence to the opin?
ions ot tbe majority that they have taken the
action mentioned. It is a rare Instance of
good feeling and regard for others, even at
some personal sacrifice, and ls In the highest
degree creditable to the German societies ol
Dayton. In this connection we see that New
York recently passed a law prohibiting pro?
cessions on Snnday to be accompanied by
music. The law ls, it seems, to be strictly
enforced. Six police captains were arrested
recently for allowing processions ace o m panie 1
by music to pass through their precincts, and
received warning not to permit such a th log
to happen again.
-There are deeds o? personal bravery ot
the highest type In private life, which, though
not pertaining to the "glorious circum?
stances" of war, are as much entitled to ad?
miration as any occurrences o? the deadly
breach or crashing charge. One of this char?
acter occurred lately in Pennsylvania. A lo?
comotive,, which had been abandoned by its
engineer, near Shamokln, after the cars bad
become disconnected by an accident, went
flying along the rails at a speed of thirty-five
miles an hoar. In a few min?tes the passen?
ger train from Sonbary was due, and lithe
engine kept on a collision would be Inevita?
ble, the results ot which would unquestiona?
bly Involve loss of lile and property. A
young man named Miles Gray, a railroad em?
ployee, took in the situation at a glance, t nd,
as the locomotive was dashing by, he sprang
upon lt. apd succeeded In stopping it just three
minutes before the passenger train arrived.
The action Involved great personal risk, and
doubtless prevented a most serious calamity.
-The news from the White Sulphur Springs
tells at last o? something more than fashion?
able gayetles and vacation enjoyments, being
Instead a mass of sickening details about the
railroad accident there, which resulted from
deficient engineering and construction. Pre?
ceding the bridge on the railroad ls Hamey's
tunnel, twelve hundred feet long. Thursday
morning a construction train, consisting of a
small engine drawing Ave small flats loaded
with cross-ties and having on board fifteen
employees, came out of the tunnel at the rate
o? four miles an hour and moved upon the
bridge, a structure tare-.- hundred feet long
and flfty-four above the bed of the river. It
proceeded safely by the centre and had almost
crossed the last two spans when a noise was
heard, and the spectators on the bank ob?
served the bridge to sink gradually for a sec?
ond or two, then go down with a crash, the
noise being like the prolonged discharge ot a
whole park of artillery. The whole train was
precipitated into the river, and not a man
escaped lnjary. Tbe engineer, a young man,
to have been married in a month or two,
Jumped from his engine only to be buried by
the machinery in the bed o? the river, and the
remainder of the scene was made np of broken
and falling timbers, twisted rails and braised,
gashed and groaning men. The bridge was
put up for temporary purposes, and had sap
ported several trains previously.
-About two weeks ago Paris was the scene
of one of the nation's mournful ceremonies,
the payment of the last honors by the govern
ment to a dead defender, Marshal Forey. The
Esplanade of the Invalides was covered with
the troops of all arms delegated by the differ?
ent corps d'arm?e to attend the ceremony. In
front of them, on the bank of the Seine, was
established a battery of artillery, which fired
salvo upon salvo so soon as the mournful pro?
ceedings had been commenced by the arrival
of General Cissy and his staff. An immense
catafalque with appropriate surmountings and
trimmings was in the middle of the nave, and
at its base lay the marshal's coffin displaying
bis insignia. On either aide of the chapel, be
I neath the motley array of captured banners,
were placed In tasteful order large wreaths of
laurel, enshrining the names of the various
battles at which the marshal Rad been present.
A semi-circle pi chairs, covered with striking
though -plain-hoods of black and white, had
been placed in front of the altar for the offi?
cials and military dignitaries. The left aisle,
reserved for the army, was crowded with the
dazzling uniforms of all the general officers In
Paris or Versailles; but the opposite Bide, re?
served for the deputies and civil functionaries
of the State, was all but deserted. There were
certainly not more than a dozen black coats
present General L'Admlrault was In com
mand of all the forces, and Marshal McMahon,
Marshal Canroberl, Admiral Blgault de Geno
utily, and General Bataille-who had been de?
voutly kneeling at the four corners of the cata
falque, were pall-bearers, but the Parisians
displayed great Indifference, and. there were
not over Ave hu ndred slght-seers in attend
Tte? Revolution In Northen Feeling
Towards the South,
The leading article from the New York j
Herald of Saturday, reproduced in another
part of to-day's NEWS, possesses an extraor?
dinary significance. It shows plainly how
the wind oT popular sentiment blows jnst j
now, and also that it is something more
than a stiff breeze. Let our people read
I what the ' Herald saya and take heart. A
belier day for the Sooth is surely dawning,
-Who is this John T. Pickett who ie paid
$75,000 by the United States for information
! given by him which enabled the government i
I to defeat Southern claimants before the |
Claims Commission? It4may be an inno?
cent adair, bntit has a very ugly look.
The persons who, as suggested by our
Colombia correspondent, do not look upon
the collapse of the Eevenne Bond Scrip as
an unmixed good, overlook the obvions fact
that if Individual taxpayers could, with the
[ Scrip, pay their taxes at fifty cents on the
dollar, the whole body of taxpayers would,
I in the ond, have to redeem the Scrip at dol
I lar for dollar. The payment of taxes,
moreover, in Scrip wonld only AU the Treasu?
ry with an inconvertible paper, and so make
necessary the imposition of new taxes pay?
able in greenbacks or coin. It is best for |
the people at large, though worse for the
speculating cliques, that the Revenue Bond
Scrip 8honld at once be stripped of every
semblance ot value. The ..first-gain.is, as I
our correspondent shows, the cancelment of
the animal tax of three mills for the redemp?
tion of the Scrip. This would amonnt to
nearly half-?-million dollars a year.
-Mr. John H. James, of Atlanta, whom
many Charlestonians remember as figuring
at the meeting of the Stockholders of the
Sooth Carolina Railroad, is a candidate for
Governor of Georgia. He declares that be
will ron, whether he is nominated or not,
bnt the Democratic press scoot the idea of bis
election. They evidently believe, to ase his
own familiar words, that "he ?B there for
"James."_ _ _
The Fawning Forney.
John W. Forney, one of the arch-Radicals
in Pennsylvania, bas run through Texas and
Louisiana, where be made a number of
speeches. At Shreveport be told bis audi?
ence that "Southern soldiers fought gal?
lantly io a cause of which they had reason
'to be proud, " that "Stonewall Jackson was
.'the bravest of solQiers," and that, when be
was killed, Mr. Lincoln praised Forney for
eulogizing the dead hero. This faithful
Radical even went so far as to remind his
hearers that Jefferson Davis tir?t proposed a
Southern Pacific Railroad, and to wind op
with, be assured them that he was "delighted
"to see the portrait of Robert E. Lee hanging
"in every boose, and trusted he was dear to
"every heart" What on earth it means,
who shall pretend to say? The war be?
tween Cameron and Forney waxes warm.
Chevalier Forney is weak in bis advocacy of
Grant, and strong in bis denunciation of the
Republican State ticket in Pennsylvania.
[ Is be making ready to clasp bands and flop
? over to Greeley ?
-I is proposed to hold a Soldiers' Reunion
in New York, next September. Generals
Gordon, Filzhngb Lee and Bradley Johnson
lead the movement on the Southern side.
Such a Reunion would be a happy phase of
the era of good-will which began in Cincin?
nati, was strengthened in Baltimore, and
will become fixed and perpetual upon the
election of Greeley in November.
' What Ja Beat ?or Your Country-Do lt."
Colonel Forsyth hoists the names of
Greeley and Brown at the head of the col?
umns of the Mobile Register, proclaims that
the time for action bas come, and bids the
people choose between "Grant and his sore
"devils and bis inevitable bayonets, or Gree?
ley, with even a hope and promise of re
"form." At the same time'he administers a
just rebuke to those who had sought to whip
him into harness, and had plotted his politi?
cal annihilation. Colonel Forsyth bas made a
sacrifice of iseling which those who, like
ourselves, have been Greeley men from the
start, should value and remember.
-Senator Sumner bits made np his mind
in a mild way; and "between him and
"another person, who shall be nameless,"
(the way bis Satanic majesty is usually
spoken of at the Hob) ia earnestly for Gree?
ley. Mr. Sumner has been urged by influ?
ential persons to make a speech on the
is8uesof the day in FaneullHall, one in
New York and one in North Carolina. He
replies that while he shall actively support
Greeley and Brown, he ca nnot now consent
to make these speeches, thOpgh perhaps he
may yet make one or more.
Ali is vanity, saith the preacher. Tea,
and vexation of spirit, alike to the vain and
to those who behold their vanity. For proof,
go to the mountains, to any summer resort,
bnt especially to the Bea-side, and behold
with what naughtiness and excess of fashion
the female of tho hnman species devotes j
herself to the restoration of her health,
broken by the winter's dissipation. How
careful of her diet abe ls ! How firm in her
determination to seclude herself from the
giddy world, in order thai her mind may be
given wholly to the perusal of medical
works bearing on her case ! How early to
bed she goes ! Up with the dawn i Pune-,
t?alas the clock to bathe; for she came there
to bathe, andjor that her husband's or her
father's money is freely expended. For re?
laxation, an evening stroll, a little cold tea,
prayers and bed at nine o'clock.
Nevertheless she must dress. The Cape
May Daily Wave says she must, poor thing 1
She yields, tearfully yields. The Wave says
sue must modestly array herself in
A pale blue Bilk, dotted all over with pink
rosebuds, and trimmed with plaitlngs ot white
organdie muslin cut out, and edged with lace.
For breakfast, we presume.
At eleven o'clock it will be well for the
dear invalid to adorn her feeble person
A square bodice, basque back-, deml-long
sleeves, finished with plaitlngs of muslin.
The object of the demi-long sleeves being
the display of her sweet, emaciated arms,
we dare say.
At twelve M. it is recommended that her
lovely exhausted frame be enveloped in a
Of embroidered batiste, bordered With deep
guipure lace, the shade of the material over a
skirt of pale sea-green faille, covered to the
waist with narrow plnked-out flounces. The
ornamental looping up at the back and sides
ls effected by mixing the guipure lace with
loops and ends of sea-green faille ribbon. .
?The object of the sea-green faille is to
show that she bas not failed to make her
daily ablution In the sea-green water. At
least, we think so.
The little skinny soul may now undress
and go to bed, or she may drink a few juleps
and play ten-pins till it is time to dress for
dinner. Then she must undress in order to
dress, for it is absurd to eat hotel hash and
hot squash in a sea-green faille, mixed up
with guipure lace. Such a thing was never
heard of !
Avery prettydlqner dress Is of pale-blue
silk trimmed with nsffrow^ounces, pinked out
upon the edge and overcapplng? ea?j} other.
A vest of icm faille ls added to the basque,
walBt and trimmed wRh rich lace of the same
This ought to be enough raiment to dine
in. Bnt it is not. No, the worn sad wasted
skeleton must have cool sleeves of icm
faille, with two pnffa, not pastry puffs, but
blue silk puns-one at the top, the other
near the elbow. Do not omit the elbow
Ah 1 we forget. There is a morning
dress, which we quite overlooked. It ls a
j Paxmela toilet of Cretonne clristz. trimmed
j with black velvet bows, worn for morning
t n?glig?, with a Parmela hat trimmed with
black velvet and wild flowers.
in this the jaded valetudinarian looks
most enchanting as she languidly drags one
I foot after another along the hotel porches.
Now comes the evening, and of conrse
1 another dress for the darling death's-head.
?'Thick white suits," says the Daily Wave,
are little worn, but
Fine thin white toilets are of the highest dis?
tinction for evening wear. The most admired
are soft and flowing, very little trimmed upon
the skirt, but accompanied by a fichu or Marie
Antoinette scarf bordered with white Valen?
ciennes lace and tied at the back.
By means of some such quiet, easy, gent?
ly stimulating and tonic rotation of dresses,
varied from day to day, the hours are whiled
pleasantly and healthfully away, until it ie
time to dress for the ball. And here we
panse. Space permits not to dwell upon the
invigorating intricacies of the ball toilette,
and, with one more quotation, we close. It
is important, and it is this:
A novelty In bathing costumes is made ol
white cashmere flannel, the kind called infant
flannel. The suit consists of trowsers and
tunic, edged with narrow stripes ol blue and
scarlet flannel pinked out upon the edge.
The peculiarity about them is that on coming
! out of the water it ls difficult to tell that the
wearers have anything on at all.
Where the dear patient is sufficiently re
! doced to skin and bones, as well she maj
be after so-much dressing, it is said that the
effect of this costume is pleasing in the ex?
treme to aa anatomist
-The latest news from the "Old North
"State" is cheering. From the Western
counties, the Wilmington Journal has as?
surances that there will be large Liberal
Democratic gains In every locality. The
Radicals are dispirited.
Sonth Carolina STATE STOCK, (o d)
Charleston City Fire-Loan Bonds
Greenville and Colombia Railroad (guaranteed
Savannah City Bonds, (old)
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds
Mississippi Central Railroad Bonds
Spartanburg and Union Railroad (past due) Cou
pens. By A. 0. KAUFMAN,
july 16-1 No. 25 Broad street.
ECURITIES FOE SALE.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD SIX PER CERT
BONDS, DUB JANUARY, 1873
I South Carolina Railroad Sevea Per Cent. Bonds
MEMPHIS AND OHIO RAILROAD TEN PER
Memphis ano Ohio Railroad Coupons
Memphis and Ohio Railroad Six Per Cent. Bondi
Mississippi Central Railroad Bonds
Mississippi central Railroad coupons.
Apply to JAMES H. WILSON,'
july 16-1 No. 6 Broad street.
OPEN her Behool on' October 1st Rev. J
w. MILES will give Lessons in Literature ant
Belles-Lettres, and Mr. ALEXANDER in Algebra
Miss MCBDEN win form a Class for Yoong Lsdlei
who wish to attend three times a week to recelvi
instruction In .he higher branches. jnlylS-ml2
?-BACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAI
VA SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and th?
nae of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P
I at the Depository, Chalmers street. Janis
EATHER HOSE FOR STEAMBOATS
MILLS AND PHOSPHATE WORKS.
'tm? re??S?V toclT?Ik Tanned LEATHER
H^B,TS-ul^bleS.I,,?,eanih0Bt3- Milla and Phos
pnate Works. Will be sold low to close consign
1 ment by LAUREY, ALEXANDER A CO.
pm* OFFICIAL BAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON J?IN.T STOCK OOMPANY for
tue benefit of tbe statt Orphan A BJ lam :
GLASS NO. 43-MONDAY MORN IMO, July 16.
16-73-62-17-32-?-71-48- 8- 6-19-69
CLASS No. 44-MONDAY EVENING, July 16.
64-62-14-41-22-fc- 44-40- 5-27-60-43.
wi meas my hand ai Charleston, S. C., 16th day
inly, 1872. A. MOROSO,
joly 16 Sworn Commissioner.
?pm* THE CHARLESTON CH ABIT A
I BLE ASSOCIATION, fer the Benefit of the Free
I School Fund-Offlolal Jaffle Numbera:
RAFFLE CL ASI NO. eoe-MORNING.
RAFFLE CLASS No. 60S-EVENING.
As witness our haada at Charleston this 16th
i day of July, 1872.
J??ES GILLI LAND,
Joly 16 sworn Commissioners.
^CONSIGNERS PER STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from. Niw'Fora, are normed that
she la THIS DAY dis* arg ID g cargo at Ad ger'a
sou tb Wharr. Qoodi uncalled for at sunset
win remain on the wharf at owners' risk.
July 13-1 JAMES ADQER A CO., Agents.
pm* CHARLESTON EXCHANGE-AN
office baa been opened on North Atlantic Wharr,
where the business of the Exchange will .be trans?
acted, the meetings of the several committees
held, and applications for membership received.
pm* SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER
? SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's Island, ls now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those intending to locate there
during the snmmer months) with their Supplies
at the very lowest charleston prices. Attending
in person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who maj wish to patronise rae.
Very respectfully, ' F. L. O'NEILL.
j un 20
pm* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. HAVANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees of
the College of Bean ron.-Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. O. B, FABMXB, Judge, in the above stated
case, notice la hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Cr?ditera of WILLIAM H. WIGG
that said Court bas limited and allowed ninety
days from the date of thia order in which said
Creditors may prove tkeir claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at bb office, In the Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JDDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Bean torr , s. O., June 14,1872. Jun22-80
pm* ox MARRIAGE.
Happy relief for Young Men from the effect h
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impedimenta
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Book'
and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. octia
DR. AYE R'S LABORATORY,
that has done such wonders for the sick, now
Issues a potent restorer for the beauty or man?
kind-for the comeliness which advancing age
ls ao prone to diminish and destroy. His VIGOR
mounts luxuriant locks on the bald and gray
pates among na, and thus lays us under obliga?
tions to him for the good looks as well as health
or the community. Julyl3-stntb3
BATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye ls the beat m the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tinta, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine w. A. Batchelors Hali
Dye produces immediately a splendid blaok or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, bnt
leaves the bair olean, soft and beautiful. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists,
Factory io Bond street, New York.
CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA
TER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERT FOB
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation in one
bottle, aa easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair Ita natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro
mote the growth of the bair and atop Its falling
ont. It ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now m use. Numerous testimoniale
have been sent UB from many of our moat promt
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In
every thing in which the articles now in use an
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect,
It IB warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of SUver.lt does not soil the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or the best dressings for the Hair is
use. It restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,'
and always does BO In from three to ten days
virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with al
the nourishing qnaU ties necessary to Ita gr o wt r
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth or the Hair mere post
lively than anything else. The application o:
thia wonderful discovery aleo produces a plessan
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hali
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 i
bottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, Da. H. 3 A KR,
No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston, S. a
Nolirea in ?ankrnpt?p.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITEI
STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF SODTI
CAROLINA-In the Matter or GEORGE H
LOUNSBERY, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.-2
warrant in Bankruptcy has bren iasuei
by said Court against the Estate o
GEORGE H. LO?NSBERY, or the County o
Barnwell, in the Suce or South Carolina, m san
District, adjudged a Bankrupt upon the petitioi
or his creditors; and the payment or any debti
and delivery of any property belonging to sail
Bankrupt, to him or to bis use, and the transfer o
any property by him, are forbidden by law; i
meeting of the Creditors or said Bankrupt, ti
prove their debts, and to choose one or mor
Assignees or his Estate, will be held at a Goar
or Bankruptcy, to be holden at columbia, li
said District, on the first day or August, A. C
1872, at io o'clock A. M., at the office of MON
TE ITH A BAUSKETT, before C. G. JAEGER, OD
or the Reglstrarn tn Bankruptcy or said Court.
R. M. WALLACE,
United States Marshal, as Messenger.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-NOTICE OF AS
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the Dlstrlc
Court or the United states, for the Eastern DU
trlct or South Carolina.-in the matter of JAME;
ERWIN RING, Bankrupt-in Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may concern: The underslgnei
hereby glvea notice or bia appointment aa Ae
sign?e or JAMEa ERWIN KING, or Camden, li
the County or Kershaw, and State or Sontb Cart
lina, within said District, who has been adjudge?
a bankrupt upon his own petition by tne Dlstric
Court or said District.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day or June, A. ?
1872. HENRY 0. SALMOND.
Jalyo-tu3_ _ ASJ ^'uee.
IN BANKRUPTCY-NOTICE OF AS
SIDNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the Dlstrlc
court or the United States, for the Eastern DIE
trlct or south Carolina-In the matter of JOH!
D. KENNEDY, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as AI
sign?e of JOHN D KENNEDY, of Camden. In th
County or Kershaw, and Sta<e of South Caroline
within said District, who has been adjudged
bankrupt upon his own petiiion, by the Dunric
Court of said District.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day of June, A. I
1872. HENRY C. SALMOND,
SIDNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the Dlstrlc
court or the United States, for the Eastern Dis
trlct or South Carolina.-In the matter c
STEPHEN C. CLYBURN, Bankrupt-In Ban?
To whom lt may concern: The underslgnei
hereby gives notice of his appointment as Ai
sign?e or STEPSEN 0. CLYBURN, or Camden, ti
the County or Kershaw, and state of South Care
lina, within said District, who has been adjudge
a bankrupt upon his own petition, by the Dlstrlc
Court or said District.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day of June, A, JD
1872. HENRY C. SALMOND,
T71BIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
V ' OF PYTHIAS.-Attend Seml-Mouthiy Con?
vocation, at Pythian Hall, Trna KVESTKG, at half
past 7 o'clock. Bv order W. 0. .
J. 0. RIPLEY.
may7-l8tA3dtviemo - Recording Serine.
CABOLINA B1FLE CLUB.-THE BEG
ULAR Monthly Meeting of the clot) wlh be
held Tats EVENING, at hair-past 8 o'clock.
TBOS. FROST, JR.,
Jnlyie_Secretary and Treasurer.
/^.EBMAN HUSSAB TILTING CLUB.
VT In pursuance ai a resolution at the last
meeting, tbe members ?ni assemble THIS Eva
I NIDO, at 8 o'clock, at No. 63 Market Btreet. to elect
Oftlcers, and other business, which will be before
the meeting. J. ti. HARKEN,
WASHINGTON BIFLE CLUB.-AT?
TEND the Regular Monthly Meeting of the
Clnb at Rifle Olnb Hall, THIS EVEN IMO, at 8 o'clock
precisely. An Election to CU vacancies win take
place. By order. D. L. GLEN, Ja.,
OJ orno. _
ANTED, A G00D~C00k. BEFEff
ENOES required. Inquire at No. 170 East
TTTANTED, A CAPABLE COOK. AP
7 v PLY at nona wear corner King and Mar?
ris streets._ Jnlyi6-l?
WANTED, A WOMAN, TO COOK AND
do housework. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply at No. 43 Charlotte street.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE?
TENT NURSE for children. Qood wages
paid. Apply, wita recommendation, at the north?
west corner or Sm icu and Montague streets.
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHAMBER?
MAID-one that ls a good Washer and
Irouer. Ooloted preferred. At No. 6 St. PD inp
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and do housework. To one well
recommended aad capable a permanent situation
guaranteed. Apply lu Wentworth street, one
ooor east of Lynch, aonth side. Jnlyie-1*
WANTED TO COMMUNICATE WITH
same reponslble party with reference to
a sea Command bj a gentleman of education and
capacity, wm pay a bonus for a suitable Com?
mand. Address in confidence, with real name,
at thia office; "B."_julyie l*
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-WANTED, TWO
Rooms, with Board, on the Front Beach.
Apply, stating terms, to "D," at the o nico of THB
WANTED, A WET NURSE, WHITE OR
colored. Apply Immediately -at No. lie
Wentwortti street._July 15-3
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
Cook, Wash and Iron and do general
housework. One who can come well recommended
and ls wining to make herself useful win hear or
a permanent situation at Barnwell by applying at
the office of DAILY NEWS._July 10-6
WANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER
and Ironer. A capable and. reliable
woman wUt hear of a good place by applying at
once at No. is wen twortti street, north side, near
East Bay._Joly 16-3
ACOOK AND WASHER WANTED FOB
a small family. References required. Ap
] ply at No. a Calhoun street._Julys
TTTANTED, - EVEBYBODY TO KNOW
VT that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Macl?ne In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. 266 King street; corner Beauialn
street. T. L BlriSfiLL. ?_ Jania-Smos
WANTED TO INFOBM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH
ERN LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues Joint
Lue Policies, insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount Insured for ls paid to the surviving party.
It also insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEH COFFIN, Agent, No. ai Broad Btreet.
Cost ano Sonnt.
CANABY LOST.-LOST YESTERDAY
morning, a yellow Canary Bird, with a few
dark feathers about the head. A reward will be
paid for tbe Bird If returned to No. 108 Went
worth street._J cly 16-3
FOUND, IN WENTWOBTH STBEET,
In September, 1870, a sam of Money, which
the owner can have oa proof of same. Apply at
No. 83 Wentworth street. julyie 5*
flO TO KLEIN'S AND GET YOUB
VT very nice DATES. Never mind Greeley oi
Grant, the Dates ls fine, because they come fron
M. N. KLEIN._Jnryl6-1*
LEMONS1 LEMONS I-JUST RECEIVED
10 boxes of Fine LEMONS, which will bi
sold as cheap as possible, at KLEIN'S, No. 331
NOTICE TO PO?LTBY FANCIERS.
The well selected stock of Poultry belong
lng to the late E. E. Bedford for sale. Apply tc
WT G. MOOD, Jr., No. 276 King street.
FOB SALE, A FINE ASSOETMENT O?
Light and Dark BRAHMA FOWLS, bree
lrom best imported stock. T. L. BAOOT, No. 3
HOESES FOR SALK-A FEW FINI
HORSES for sa'e. Can be seen ar, WM
HuoKADAY'S Sale Stable._Jnlyl6-4?
TH E FAST-SAILING SCHOONER
RIGGED PUOtboat YOUNG AMERICA, 81
tons measurement. This vessel, ready m even
respect for sea, would answer weU for a frultei
for the Charleston or Savannah market. Partiel
wishing to try her speed and sea capacities, un
der full or reeled sails, for one hundred mllei
trial, will please apply to Oapt. J. F. HABENIOHT
No. 17 Sooth Bay._Julyia-fl
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWINC
MACHINES repaired on reasonable term
aaa at the Rhones t notice. Also a few good se
cond-hand Machines for Bale, very low. J. L
LUNSFORD. Smith street, north of Wentworth.
TO BENT, TWOtW^W^iWOm
with large bath room and kitchen. Term
moderate. Address0. E. a., Key Box, No. 294.
) J Juiyie i*_._
TO BENT, TWO ROOMS, PLEASANTLY
situated, to a good tenant. Apply at 4
TO BENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE
corner of Wentworth and Smith streetf
House and premises In good order, with line ch
tern. For further Information* apply to S. fi
PICKENS, S. C. R. R. Office, corner of King an
Ann Btreets. jnlyS-stuthimo
TO BENT, A DESIRABLE BRIC!
House, located at No. 94 King street, on
door south of Broad, containing BIZ rooms, pat
try, pi az z i ana deep, dry cellar. On the pren
ises are a four-roomed kitchen and a large eisten
The buildings are In good repair, and possessio:
can be had immediately. To a responsible tenar
the terms will be moderate. Apply on the pren
TO BENT. THAT PLEASANTLY LC
GATED Residence on Sullivan's Island, Art
house east of the Fort, for the season, partlall
fnrnlshed. containing eight rooms. On th
premises there are a fine Cistern, well of goo
water, Stables, Carriage House and other oe
buildings. For particulars apply on the premise
to Captain DAN SINCLAIR. july il
THE STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA
COUNTY OF UH ARLESTON-Court of Com
mon Pleas.-WM. M. LAWTON, Plaintiff, agalne
'S. J. AUSTIN. S. L. ANDREWS, GEORGE C
KENNEDY and R. A. KENNEDY, snrvlvlng pan
nera of the firm of AUSTIN, ANDREWS A OOM
PAN Y, Defendants.
To S. J. AUSTIN, S. L. ANDREWS. GEORGE G
KENNEDY and R. A. KENNEDY, Defendants li
th h action: You are hereby summoned andre
quired to answer the complaint In this action, o
which a copy ls herewltn served upon you. and t
serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber"
at their office, No. 39 Broad street, City c
Charleston, within twenty days after the servie
of this summons on you, exclusive of the day c
service. If-you fall to answer this complain
within the time aforesaid the Plaintiff will tau.
I judgment against you for. the sum of five hus
dred and flfr.y-six MOO dollars, with Interest at th
rate of twelve per cent, per annnm from th
fourteenth day of January, one thousand elgb
hundred and sixty, and costs.
Dated at charleston, June 8, 1872.
OHISOLM A WHALEY,
To the Defendants, S. J. AUSTIN, S. -L. AN
DREWS, GEORGE G. KENNEDY and R. A. KMX
NEDY: Take nodce that the summons in tin
action, of which the foregoing ls a copy wit:
complaint annexed, was flied in the office of th
Clerk of the Court or Common Pleas, at Charles
ton, la the county or Charleston, and State c
South Carolina, on the 8th day or June, 1872.
OHISOLM A WHALEY,
?raemos, JDiatiara, Ut.
gULLITA?TS ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISL?NDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
S. H. WILSON A BRO.,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
intend delivering GROCERIES to snob of tbe
j Islanders as patronize them, at their respective
bornes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure In taking charge or any
gooda bought in Charleston, not in our line, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any orders entrusted to our care, either In our
Une or business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GBOOERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD
Soliciting your patronage,
We are reapectrnlly,
8;. H. WILSON & BRO.,
No. 306 KINO STRUT, GHARLSSTON, a. O.
Drugs at COfyaleeaU.
JQOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
I IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DBUGGI8T?
CHA RLE S T 0 N, S. C.,
Offer to the pnbllc
THE GREAT SOUTHERN TONIC AND UNI
VERBALLY POPULAR STOMACHIC
Not merely to tickle the palate, but to mina
health and vigor into the enervated and disease
system, ls the high purpose and sure effect c
SUMTER BITTERS. Thia famom r est oratl v
creates no sudden nash ol excitement, to be sue
ceeded by increased debility and tenfold gloom
It braces tho relaxed nerves and Imparts penna
ment tone and regularity to the whole systerx
The rapid eurea lt haa effected In Dyapeala, Gent
ral Debility, Nervous Diseases and aa an Ap pet
zer and Strengthener, and aa a preventive c
Chills and Fever, baa rendered SUMTER BITTER
a name without equal In the annals of medlcln
jyj-OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
lor the cure or Hepatitis, or Liver Complain
Dyspeala and Sick Headache, and aa a Cathan:
and Antt-BUlona PIU nave no superior. Tbe m
merons known cures performed by these PU
have induced us, at the solicitation or many wh
have experienced their beneficial and salutary e
reeta, to offer them io tbe public.
Our LIVER PILLS are not held forth or recon
mended as universal cure-alls, but simply fe
Liver Complaints, and those symptoms coonee
ed with a deranged Btate of that organ.
jyjOISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, mad
from the Juice of fresh sicily Lemons and pm
white sugar. Free from anything injurious. Be
ter than lemons for pic nics, camp-meetings, ba
becnea and travellers, and a great necessity l
the country where lemons cannot be bad for tl
J^OISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy fe
Worms, in all cases. Try lt ann be convinced. ;
ls really a specific, and in the best and most pall
table form to give children. It ls not sarprlsto
that it ls last taking the placeo! all other prepi
rations for worms. It ia a pleasant confectloi
[ and any child win take lt. Beware of dangerou
I ly colored candy and nauseous compounds, an
nae only MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORI
.MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...
THE BEST IN USE.
A barrel or Flour makes forty pounds more <
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER. No tin
required ?or dough to rise, bnt bake In a bo
quick oven aa soon aa mixed; save eggs, short ec
lng, milk, Ac, and la a wonderful saving.
jt3f Sample packages free of charge.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEE
Warranted under oath never to have failed t
cure. 28,eoo Certificates or testimonials or cur
including Rev. c. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of schuylkill, Phllade
Sula; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlghtstowi
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankton
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Waitui
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Greeley, member Coi
greas from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Can
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baldmon
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands <
others. Warranted to cure or money rerun de?
DR. GEO. CACL1KR, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr_Charleston. S. 0.
with him in business Mr. ORARLES I
VALE. The manufacture of Engines, McCarth
Gins and Machinery in general, wilt hereafter t
carried on under the name and firm of SMITH
VALK, at the old Btand east end Hasel street.
JUn26-lmO J. RALPH SMITH.
gUGAB, MOLASSES ?ND WINE.
10 hhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR
120 hhds. Mew Crop Muscovado Molasses
- barrels Prime N- w Crop Muscovado Molasses
16 pipes catalonia Claret Wine.
For sale low to close consignments, In lots to
snit purchasers, by ' W. P. BALL,
Jnlylfl-wfme . Brown & Co.'s Whait.
?ORN I. ??BN-1 CORNI
4000 bushels Western White and Tallow CORN,
per steamship Virginia.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
julyio _ Kerr's Wharf.
ATS AND HAY.
2000 bushels Heavy. Feeding OATS
300 bales N. R. Hay.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
Julyio_. _Kerr's Wharf.
jp LOUR I FLOUR ! FLOUR I
800 obis. Choice Family and Soper FLOUR.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
Jnlyio Kerr's Wharf.
EE HIVE SYRUP.
4s'nhd3s.an(1 } 866 HlTe SYRUP, per steamship
For aale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
Julyio Kerr's Wharf.
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
io tons No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO. For ula
by HERMANN BULWINKLE,.
VTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMB
IT AND BACON.
100 bb's. N. O. MOLASSES
100 bbls. and tierces Muscovado Molasses
100 bbls. a H. Syrup
160 tierces (small) S. O. Hams
60 hhds. C. B. Sides
60 hhds. Shoulders
loo bbls. and half bbls Nos. 1,2 and 3 Mack?
76 boxes (small) Factory Cheese ?
loo kegs and mba Choice Butter. *?
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER,
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beer, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or wann
water; also can be taken with Codliver OIL and
destroys the taste of the Oil.
The only food for delicate children.
This ls mncb superior to the "Extractor Beef,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be found
npon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BASS,
Jan7_No. 131 Meeting street.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. 8. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS1 SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
. Offer for sale from U. 8. Bonded wa rehouse.
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, IA
Fifth casks ? -
_Pasee of one dosen bottles each._
jp AIR, PRIME AND OHOIOE SUGARS,
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI & OO.
JP A L K I B K ALB.
MORDECAI A 00., No. no East Bay, offer for
.ale an Invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, Unding direct
from Glasgow, In Pints. MORDECAI A 00.
J30BT0 BICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer for
gale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. MORDECAI A 00.
inj EIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO., NO. 110 East Bay, offer f??
sale Prime White CORN, in now sacks. - . >.
MORDECAI * 00.
QHOIOH HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A co., Na no East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Onolce HAVANA CIGARS, di
reot from Factory In Havana.
DAMAN TINE CANDLES.
looa packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
The undersigned has just received a supply of
the Great South American Cancer Remedy, GUN*
DURANGO. H. BAER, . ,
jania No. 181 Meeting street.
IDatcticf, JttDCitji, fft.
ALL, BLACK & 0 0.,
NOS. 666 AND 66? BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their Immense stock of
JEWELRY and .
nrlng the summer months. AU gooda will be
?old without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose tbe business. j anio
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STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY,, by J.
C. Shslrp, $160.
Shalrp's culture end Religion in some or their
Lange's New volume, the Book of Kings, sc.
Dean stanley; History of the Chnroh or Scot?
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The Desert of the Exodus, Journeyings on Foot
la the Wilderness of the Forty Years Wan?
derings, undertaken In connection with the
Ordnance Survey of Sinai and the Palatine
Exploration Fnnd, by E. H. Palmer, M. A.,
with Maps and Illustrations, S3.
Jesus, by Charles F. Deems, numerous illustra?
Paul of Tarsus, an inquiry into the Times and tho
Gospel of the Apostles or the Gentiles, $160.
George t?. Woods, M. D., LL. D. Historical and
Biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac, $6.
Women Helpers In the Church; their Sayings andi
Doings. Edited by William Welsh, $1 60.
Robert and William Chambers ; Memoirs andi
Autobiographical Reminiscences, $160.
The Autobiography of stephen Collins, M. D., $i_
Annual Record or Science and industry for 187L.
Edited by Spencer A Baird, $2.
The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a?
period ot 140 years, by Wm. L. King, sa.
Astronomy and Geology Compared,. by Lord:
The student's own speaker, a Manual of Decla?
mation and Oratory, by Pani Reeves, si 26.
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Grif, a Story of Austrian Life, by B. L, Far
geon, paper 40c. Perronel, by Florence Mar
ryatr, paper eoe A Bridge of Glass, by F. W.
Robinson, paper 60c Married Against Rea?
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by Oharles Duke Yonge, $2. Gtmot's Natural
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