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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston. S. O.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1872.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
fw-Monsignore Capel, the Cate?by In "Lo*
thair," ls expected to visit this country next
-A son of Tom Sayers, the pugilist, is creat?
ing quito a sensation as a comic star actor, in
-The health of President Thiers, of France,
is said to now be better than it has been for
twenty years past.
-Edwin Booth bas cleared $125,000 during
the season -Just closed at his theatre, which
' will almost cancel the debt incurred in its
-The Countess de Blancbery has just had
the cross o? the legion of honor conferred on
h?r. This young lady fought with a musket
like a common soldier at the battle of Patay,
near Orleans, alter having seen her husband,
an officer of the Mobiles, killed at her Bide at
the commencement of the action.
-Aaron Alpeorla Bradley, the great Wahoo
of the Ogeechee, has accepted the challenge
ol W. U. Saundere, the colored Grant elector
of Maryland, who has espoused the cause of
Greeley, and proposes to meet him at New
York, Albany, Rochester, and Buffalo, under
the auspices of the National Republican Com?
mittee. The Savannah Republican aptly re?
marks if ignorance and impudence is an
evidence of success. Bradley is bound to win.
-The States in which the Irish vote exert
a strong influence are California, Connecticut,
Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, New Hampshire,
New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylva?
nia. The total estimated Irish vote of these
States ls 311,359, divided aa follows: Cantor
nla 9079, Connecticut 11,273, Illinois 20,020, In
diana 4419, Missouri 9164, New Hampshire
2051, New Jersey 14,464, New York 83,134,
Ohio li 102, Pennsylvania 150,625. Total
311,350. Tbc four States in which the German
vote will exercise a great influence are Penn?
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. The total
vote of these States bas been estimated at
124.968, divided as follows: Pennsylvania
32.029, Ohio 36.578, Indiana 15,611, Illinois
46,750. Total 124,968.
-A new census of population has just been
taken In Paris, and its result shows most
shockingly the effect of the two wars and the
two terrible sieges which the city has under?
gone. While the population of London, Ber?
lin, Vienna and other great capitals bas largely
Increased of late years, that of Paris bas actu?
ally diminished 5,600 since 1866, out of a total
at that time of 1,800,000. What makes this
loss still more striking Is the fact that the In
crease from 18CI to 1866 was 130,000. The six
years elapsing since 1866 have witnessed not
only the loss of the regular ratio of Increase,
but an absolute retrograde. Save for Its don
ble calamity ot civil and loreign war, Paris
would now doubtless b? a city of more than
two million people. Precisely how much the
republic has lost since 1866 ls probably not yet
known. But the cession of Alsace and Lor
raine represents a huge slice taken from the
French population, while the losses in battle
and camp are oonslderable. Nevertheless,
some parts of France show gains In population
since 1866. Thus, Lyons, which in 1861 had
297,257, and In 1866, 300,7f\, in 1872-shows
316,286. Lyons, by the way, bas, during the
last half century, trebled Its population-a
growth equal to that of some American cities
-Aside from the evidences obj confidence
reposed In bim by the people all over the
country through their representatives, Mr
Greeley was probably never more happy nor
enjoyably situated than at the present time,
continually surrounded by circles of warm
Irlends, which bis genial soul delights in. He
gets down to bis headquarters frequently be
fore bis more sluggish co-workers are up, and,
by his country habit of rising, be lound bim
self, thc other morning, as he wandered down
to the denham headquarters, a little alter
seven o'clock, a good way ahead of anybody
else, and- an opportunity was afforded toread
some of his numerous letters bet?re the army
of hand-shakers began to come In. The har
mony and good feeling of that occasion luve
been narrated, and the old Abolitionists con?
fessed that the Southern chivalry were not
" such bad fellows as they hod been led to be?
lieve. It ls reported that a number of young
Democrats of the Southern States, proposing
to form a Greeley club in military style, have
applied to Theodore Tilton for a name, saying
that they had thought of calling themselves
the "Ida Greeley Grays." The young lady
was somewhat startled aa the idea of ventur?
ing so prominently into Ihe canvass was
broached, bot surrendered at discretion, and
will undoubtedly make a good Joan in the con
test for reform.
-The fickle should learn a lesson from the
experience of Mr. Henry Lindsay, a rich and
aristocratic Irish gentleman, who has just
passed through a trial for breach of promise
at Dublin, and narrowly escaped being mulct
ed heavily. He became Infatuated some time
ago with a Miss Garvis, a milliner, and be
came engaged to her despite the frantic ap
peals of bis proud kinsfolk. He eventually
repented bf his decision, however, and in 1866
suffered at law to the amount of live hundred
pounds, as a sequence to a suit for a breach of
promise. Incredible as lt may s?em, be sub?
sequently renewed his attentions, became re?
engaged, and not many months ago again
jilted the long-suffering damsel. Damages
this time were laid at two thousand pounds by
a Bystem of arithmetical progression which
changeable swains will do well to bear in
mind. Some of the*testlmony at the trial was
extremely unfavorable to Mr. Lindsay. He
waa proved to have been a daily visitor at
Miss Garvis's house, to have taken an Interest
In her education, advising her to read Scott
and "polish up ber French," and to have even
given her a large sum of money wherewith to
purchase a trousseau. As be withdrew his
attentions immediately after this event, all
will be delighted to hear that the young lady
pocketed this money; and the delight will be
tempered with regret that the undecided
Lindsay has lost such a careful and economi?
-The following letter rrom ex-Senator
James J. Stewart, of Michigan, gives some
most interesting statements concerning affairs
among doubtful BepubUcans in Washington
"The -administration forces in Washington
I are fearfully demoralized. Cameron waa
over last week, and la lu great distress over
the Pennsylvania situation, having endeavor?
ed, as I know, to invoke the good services ol
a friend of mine fora reconciliation with For?
ney. He was told 'it was too late.' Robeson,
also puffing in distress, asked what could be
done, in Heaven's name, to save Pennsyvanla,
and was told 'nothing.' They are at their
wits'end about Pennsylvania, and have lost
head &B completely as they did about conse?
quential damages. What will they do when
Governor Curtin arrives, as he will shortly,
and take the stump for Greeley and Brown ?
Colonel McClure assures me this ls a fact. I
mentioned it to Mr. Sumner In an Interview I
had with him on Friday, and he exclaimed,
'That settles the qoestion.' I had a long
and free Interchange of opinion with Mr. 8.
being an old friend, and I think succeeded in
removing some embarrassments he ex?
pressed as to coming lorward. I tried to sat?
isfy his conscience as to his duty to the negro,
that lt would be subserved by his Joining us,
and the question was not whether they were
to practically realize the rights granted to
them by law, but whether the rights ol all
were to be secured by the preservation of our
Federal Republic against Caesarism. Ii the
colored people, in their Ignorance of their
true interest, voted for Grant, and thereby Im?
perilled their liberties as well as ours, It was
bis duty, with more intelligence, to vote for
their trie interests, and advocate "them against
their present will by opposing publicly tho
election of Grant and advocating that of
Greeley. He said lt was a philosophical view
of the subject, and I judge will act upon it be?
fore long. Twi, of the five delegates to the
Grant State committee of Maryland, from
Prince George's County, hava declared for
Greeley and Brown."
Out of the Depths.
The Liberals, in the present canvass, are
giving South Carolina something more than
her due. It would be impossible for them
to paint too darkly the evils of military rule,
of official robbery, of high taxation, of igno-1
rant and vonal legislation ; but they promise
to kill the State witb kindness, when they j
describe South Carolina as hopelesriy ruined,
as a State whose downward care r shall not j
be arrested for many years to co ne. Their
object is to impress the Northern mind with
a proper sense of the embarrassments of
this people, and with an adequate idea of
the losses and sorrows for which President
Grant and the Administration party are re?
sponsible. The bald truth is enough. It is
sufficient to say that the State debt is trebled
and quadrupled, that taxation is increased
ten-fold, that the public schools are closed
for want of fonds, that the public creditors
remain unpaid, that the taxes of a whole
year are absorbed by the expenses of a
single legislative session. These and like
results of Radical domination will load the
Lloeral guns to the muzzle. When, how?
ever, the staunch friends of the State over?
leap prudential bounds, and declare, for in?
stance, that "trade in Charleston and Co?
lumbia is suspended, that the merchants
"are removing their capital, and the plant?
ers selling their fertile acres," the Liberal
journalists and orators threaten to hoist the |
engineer with his own petard, and certainly,
though unintentionally, aggravate the diffi?
culties under which the people labor. What,
then, is the actual condition of this Radical
The people of South Carolina, in spite of J
the rapacity and tyranny of their rulers, are
better ol) to-day than at any previous period
since the close of the Confederate war.
This is alone due to the indomitable perse- J
veranee, and unceasing though undemon?
strative industrial activity of the white citi?
zens of the 8 tat c. The signs are not hard
to understand. They are written on broad
fields and busy streets, in the storehouse of |
the planter, and the warerooms of the mer?
chant. When the war ended, the State
was without capita], tho railroad system
was deranged and partly destroyed,
labor was entirely disorganized, agriculture
and commerce were alike at a standstill.
What is the position now ? The railroads of |
the State are rebuilt and newly equipped,
excepting where, in the up-country, they
have fallen into the hands of Radical Rings.
The banking capital, although still small, is
largely increased, and is increasing. The
labor of the State is at least efficient enough
lo enable the planters to make remunerativo
crops. The receipts of cotton and the prin?
cipal articles of merchandise and produce
grow larger every day, both absolntely and
as compared with other ports. The City of |
Columbia, which was a heap of ruins, is
builded up, and is instinct with commercial
life. The City of Charleston is rapidly re.
building, and in every particular ia improv- [
ing her position. Fast steamships, admira?
bly equipped, connect Charleston with the
principal cities of the North. Her trade in
naval stores mounts higher every year. The
business of raining and manufacturing com?
mercial fertilizers gives era pk. ment to hun?
dreds of working mon, and further swells
the business of the port. Truck farming has
reached an importance undreamed of before
the war. Lumber mills, grain mills and
other manufacturing enterprises add to the
stability of the city. In the interior the i
principal towns give cheering indications of
progress. They, too, are rebuilding, laying
ont new streets, putting up mills and im?
proving their business connections. And
this is only an imperfect sketch of the solid
work which has been done during the past
With these facts before them the Liberals
can see for themselves that, with an honest
and economical State Government, South
Carolina would soon stand in the front rank
as a State rich in the skill and industry'of I
her people, and richer still in the elements of |
future prosperity, lt is a plain proposition.
If the people have accomplished so much,
despito drawbacks innumerable, how much
more would they have accomplished, and
will they accomplish, with a government
which treats white and black alike, and does
not Ile and steal? This is the bright side of
the picture. It is a view of the condition of
South Carolina which exalts and elevates the
people, without lessening the disgraceful
load which the Scott-Moses Ring and the
Administration party have to carry.' It
leaves the Liberals all the arguments they j
need for the campaign, without increasing
the burdens the people now bear. The op?
posite course may be sport for the Liberals,
but it is death to us.
STRAIGHT-OUT STOXES prints a manifesto
announcing that a straight-out State Con?
vention will be held in August. This calling
a Convention will be like calling spirits from
the vasty deep. That's all.
Thc Savannah [few? Espousing* Grant
The Florida Union, a paper which hoists j
the names of Grant and Wilson at its mast?
head, pats the Savannah News on the back
for "standing manfully by ita principles and
"refusing to support Greeley as the Demo
"cratic candidate for President." The Union
takes Ibis os a proof that the "Democrats of j
"Georgia are of better metal and higher
"principie than those of ita sister States,"
and declares that it honors the Savannah
News for "its consistency and devotion to
"principle." Praise from such a source is
praise indeed. ?s a quasi-Democratic pa?
per the Savannah News is doing more to h pip
Grant to a re-election than it could possibly
do if it were an outspoken Radical organtj
This is as clear as daylight to its readers.
They know that every road which goes from
Greeley leads to Grant
" MR. W. H. WATSON, of Greenville, denies
most emphatically thal he hos attached him?
self to the Grant Orr party. Next !
"The Hair or the Dog."
The New York Tribune makes a good
point upon the Orr school of Sooth Carolina
Reformers. These worthies allowed the
knaves to have their own way, until the
Grantian8 discovered that matters must be
Bomebow arranged before the nextelectlon.
They now want tho white men to declare for
Grant, so that the Grant party.shall have all
the benefit of whatever reform there may be |
in State aflairs, and they cannot understand
how anybody can be a Reformer unless bo is
ready to vote for the Renominination candi?
date. The Tribune says:
"Judge Orr may be exceedingly in love with
reform, but lt is rather suspicious to find him
of the opinion that reform means 'declaring |
for Grant !' His remedies are altogether too j
universal. Are you squeezed to death by tax
gatherers-declare fer Grant I Are you tor?
mented by domiciliary visits-declare for
Grant ! Are you disgusted with the spectacle |
of a lair Stale in the felon grasp of swindlers
and extortioners-declare for Grant ! That ls,
if you would be rid of Grantism, try another
dose ol lt, sweetened with the sugar of reform.
Isn't this political homoeopathy with a ven?
geance ? Treatment of some kind, lt cannot
be denied, that poor South Carolina needs.
The Enforcement Act ls not by any means a
dead letter. 'There ls a pile of warranta for
'arrest,' we are tola, 'in Union County alone a
'foot and a half thick.' Not a dozen citizens
of the county ol 'Saxon blood will escape.'
This is only a specimen statement, and it
would be easy enough to add to lt. They talk
of nothing lhere but arrests and taxes ! They
groan for reform, and they are told to vote for
General Grant ! Judge Orr can offer them
nothing but a bair of the dog which blt them 1
An unfortunate people Indeed !
T. J. MACKEY, in his Winnsboro' speech,
said that it cost $150,000 in bribes to pass
the phosphate or bone bill through the Leg?
islature. Will Judge Mackey oblige the
public with the names of the persons who
furnished this bribery fund? The bribers
are just about as bad as the bribed.
A Noble Benefaction.
The trustees of the Louisville Medical Col?
lege, (Louisville, Ey.,) have created one of |
the most liberal benefactions ever conferred
by a public Institution. They have Instituted
one beneficiary sctolarship lor each Congres?
sional District In all of the States. By this j
means very many poor but deserving young
men will be enabled to obtain a thorough med
leal education. Any one wishing to take ad?
vantage ot this benelactlon should write to
Dr. E. S. Gaillard, Dean of ihe Faculty of the
Louisville Medical College, Louisville, Ky.,
when be will receive a college catalogue with
full Information In regard to all that ls neces?
sary for him to do to secure one ot these
scholarships. With proper delicacy the names
of those who have secured tho beneficiary
scholarships will be known only to ihe Dean
ol the Faculty. In accordance with the old
Hippocratic oath, forbidding physicians to
charge the families of each other lor services
rendered, the Faculty of this College will make
no charge, for teaching sons of physicians;
and as no physician charges a clergyman's
lamily ihe sons of clergymen will receive the
same privilege. The next College session be?
gins October lat, 1872. As the lecture fees
Charged for each student who has not obtain?
ed a beneficiary scholarship amount to $120,
annually, the public can appreciate the ex?
tent of this benefaction.
pm* CITOENGINEER'S OFFICE, JOLT
18TU, 1872.-His Honor t ie Mayor, Committee on
Tidal Drains, and the other Members of the City
Council, aro very respectfully asked to witness
the Flushing and Scourlng-out of the Drains, by
the Influence of the lidos, on the loth, 20th and
21st of this month, as per publlsbed Table oi
Tides of the loth Instant.
LOUIS J. BA It BOT,
Julyl0-3 City Engineer.
By those who have seen them, are the following
three Books, already popular, although the first
has jost Issued from the Press.
By L. O. EMERSON A II. R. PALMER.
400 pages. Fine Singing School course. Large
collection of the best Anthems and Tunes. 20,000
copies already ordered. The Banner church
Meale Book of the Season. Price $l se, $13 60
per dozen. Specimens sent, post-freee, for the
present, for $1 26.
SPARKLING RUBIES !
Bf A. HOLL A H. SANDERS.
Beautiful Sabbath School Singing Book. No
sleepy tunes or words. Wide awake Bongs by
wide-awake authors. Price 35 cents.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP!
By ASA HULL.
210 pages. Remarkably good for Vestries, and
for use lu Prayer meetings. ."mall, very clear
print. Large namber of tho m. ?. popular 1 unes.
Price 60 cents.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON A CO., New York.
IDatcljM, Jetneirr;, Ut.
ArLL, BLACK & CO.,
Moa 685 AND 687 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale of their Immense stock of
uring the summer months. All goods wm be
,*?t?0,1}^ reae"e- ? a great reduction, to
lose the boslness. jnnl0
Ti?N - All Deposits made this month will draw
interest from the nth instant.
DE NR Y S. GRIGGS,
pf OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum:
CLASS No. 61-FBIDAT MORNING, Joly io.
ri_ 7-45-54-47-28-15-49-36- 9-22-42
CLASS No. 62- FRIDAY EVENING, Joly IS.
58 - 56-25-24- 4-40-44-22-63- 3-30- 27
Witness my hand at Charleston, S. C., 19ih day
inly. 1872. A. MOROSO,
jnly20 Sworo Commissioner.
pr THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Bene flt of the Free
School Fond-Official Raffle Numbers :
RAFFLE OLASS NO. 6i3-MORNING.
RAFFLE CLASS NO. 614-EVENING.
33-38-77-62-30-78- 8 -36- 6-19-52-41-67-50
AB witness our hands at Charleston this 19th
day of Joly, 1872.
jnly20 Sworn Commissioners..
VALUABLE TESTIMONY^ FROM
ABROAD.-Vincent Lundberg-, or Stockholm,
Physlclan-ln-Chlef to the King of Sweien, recom?
mends BALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEWER for the scalp and for the Hair.
pr TAKE AYER'S CHERRY PECTO?
RAL to stop your Colds, Coughs and Bronchial
Affections before they ron into Consumption that
yon cannot stop._Jolj20-3tuth3
pa- DR. T. C GIRARDEAU HAVING
resumed the Practice of Medicine, will be glad of
tho patronage or the public and the countenance
or his friends. juiyis-ft
prST. PAUL'S CHURCH, BADCLIFFE
BORO'.-All persons who have been or desire to
be Pew holders in St. Paul's Ohurch.Radcllffeboro',
are hereby notined that on WBDNBSDAT next, 24th
Instant, the Charch will be opened from 9 A. M. to
5 P. M., and some Officer of the Corporation will
be present with a plan or the Church, according
to the new arrangement or the Pews, embracing
also their rutare assessments, who will take the
nemes or applicants for Pews and furnish all
other Information that may be desired. Those
anxious to secure eligible seats will find lt to
their ID tercet te be present, either In person or ?y
their agents, at some time during the day.
By order or Vestry.
T. QRANQE SIMONS, M. D,
Jnlyia fmws_Secretary of Vestry.
pr CHARLESTON EXCHANGE.-AN
office has been opened on North Atlantic Wharf,
where the business of the Exchange will be trans?
acted, the meetings of the several committees
held, and applications (or membership received.
pr 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 the summer months) with their Supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
In perron to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. L. O'NEILL.
pw IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY in re
R. J. DAV ANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees or
the College or Beaufort -Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. C. B. FARMER, Judge, In the above stated
case, notice ls hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIQG
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date of this order in which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the under?
signed, Receiver, at bis office, In the Courthouse,
at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S. O., June 14, 1872. jun22-60
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dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 SOUtb
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pr- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye ls the best In the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine w. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beaatiruL The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory 18 Bond Street, New York.
PT CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation In one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair Its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the hair and stop Its falling
ont. lt ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In ase. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent os from many of our most promt
nent citizens, some ef which are subjoined. In
everything In which the articles now In use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It 1B warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt does not soil the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
makes one ofthebest dressings for the Hair In
ase. It restores the color of the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so In from three to ten days,
virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and lndaces 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 Bcalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $l a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale by the Agent, DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, s. 0.
itliscd lan cons.
FIVE HUNDRED FINE AUGUSTA WATERMEL
OMS, to be sold cheap, and delivered free oi
charge at the purchasers' residence.
WATERMELONS ON ICE, at
Meeting street, above Queen street.
4V Persons having ice Cream Churns belong?
ing to me will confer a favor by notifying me at
the "Ice Cream Palace." July20-l
Q H A 8 .~T7iBElTRO^Dr^
STEAM TURPENTINE DI8TILLEBY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
?-Highest prices paid In Cash for Crude Turpen?
T. CHAPEAU <fc CO.,
DEALERS AND DI8TTLLBR8 OP
TURPENTINE AND BOSIN,
OFFICE No. 178 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON. S. 0.
The highest prices paid for crude. (
DAN LODGE, No. 93, L O. O. B -THE
Regalar Meotlng will be held at the usual
time and place (corner Klug and Liberty streets.)
Candidates are requested to be punctual.
By order or the President.
.j A MC FL SPRINZ,
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPA?
NY.-You are hereby summoned to appear
at the engine-house, lu citizen's dress, THIS AF
TBRNOON, at hair-past 4 o'clock precisely, ror Ex?
ercise Parade. By order President 0. L. BOIST.
J?ly2Q_W. G. MILLER, secretary.
CHARLESTON LAND C MPANY. -
The Fifth Annual Meeting or the Stock?
holders of the above company will be held on
MONDAY EVENING. 22d instant, at the Military
Ball, at 8 o'clock, when an election will be held
to eleot officers ror the ensuing year.
JAS. B. SPENCER,
July20 Secretary and Treasurer.
W?ST?DT? WOMAN TO COOK AND
WASH for a email family. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply at No. 122 St. PD ni p street.
WANTED, A GCOD SECOND-HAND
BUGGY and HARNESS. Apply to Shack
elford A Kelly. Southern Wharr._jolygo-t*
WANTED, HOUSES, MULES AND CAT
TLF. to paBinre on a farm In the suburbs.
Good grass and water, and shade trees. Appiv at
CHAPEAU A HEFFRON'S, next Mills House!
WANTED, A NURSE TO TAKE
charge of two children. Good recom?
mendations required. Apply to No. 326 Klug
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 useful will hear of
a permanent situation at Barnwell by applying at
theofllce of HAILY NKWS._Jutyl5-6
ACOOK AND WASHER WANTED FOR
asmail family. Reterences required. Ap
I ply at No. 6 Calhoun street._julyo
WANTED PARTIES TO KNOW THEY
can depose or 8tcond-Uand FURNI?
TURE to good advantage by addressing P. O.
Lock Box No. 122. julyl8-thsta3*
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher la some
gabi lc institution, or as private tutor in a family,
o objections to going Into the country, tan
tench French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
bran chea of a good education. Salary ot not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad
dross 0. D. V., it the office or this paper.
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ERN LIFE IN S URAN UK COMPANY Issues Joint
Lite Policies, Insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death or either, the
amount insured for ls paid to the sat vlvlng party,
lt also Insures husband and wire on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
toot ano i-onno.
LOST, JULY 19, A JET EAR-RING,
gold tipped, with four pearls In centre. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the
same at the Western Union Telegraph ornee.
F~ O?ND, IN WENTWORTH STREET,
in Septembsr, 1870. a sum or Money, which
the owner can have on proof or same, A pp iv at
No. t)3 Wentworth street. julyi6 6*
ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OF THAT
celebrated Glaner Ale or Irish Champagne
wm arrive to-day for the Pavilion Bar. Try lt.
FOR SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Light and Dark BRAHMA FOWLS, bred
from best Imported stock. T. L. BACOT, No. 34
SHINGLES.-125,000 No. 1 SHINGLES
UT Bale low for cash by O. J. ?s?HLBPE
UrtRLL, AO. 37 Line street, Lumber Yard.
T0RENT7A~TW0 AND AHALFSTORX
BRICK HOUSE, No. 130 Calhoun street, Une
cistern and plenty ot fruit trees. Apply to B. S.
U. MUORENFUSs, Hasel street, opposite Express
Office, between 0 and ll o'clock. July20-stu2
TO BENT, THAT VERY DESIRABLE
BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 10 Montagne street,
containing six square rooms, with pantry and
dressing-room-) aud gas throughout. Neat flower
garden, targe cistern and roomy yan), and all
necessary outbuildings. Will be rented with or
without Htandlng furniture. Apply on premises,
or to .NO. o Broau street. July.o
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE BRICK
House-, located at No. PI King street, cue
door south of Broad, containing six rooms, pan?
try, plazz i nnd deep, dry cellar. On the pretn
Ines are a four-roomed kitchen anda large cistern
The buildings aro in good repair, and pos^esHlnn
can be had immediately. To a responsible tenant
the terms will be moderate Apply on thc prem?
ises, july 12
TO RENT. THAT PLEASANTLY LO?
CATED Residence on Sullivan's Island, flrst
house east of the Fort, for the season, partially
furnished, containing eight rooms. On the
premises there arc a one cistern, well of good
water. Stables, carriage House and other Out?
buildings. For particulars apply on the premixes
to Captain DAN SINCLAIR. july ri
TO RENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE
corner of Wentworth and Smith streets
House and premises In good order, with Une ch
tern. For*further intormatlon apply to s. B.
PIOKENS, S. C. R. R. Office, corner or King and
Ano streets. jalyO-stuthlmo
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WAGBNEE ARTILLERY CLUB.
MONDAY EVENING, JULY 22,1872.
Steamer will leave Market Wharf at half-past
.8 o'clock P. M.
Tickets $1 for a gentleman and one lady. Ex?
tra ladles'tickets 50 cents. To be obtained from
the following committee:
F. W. JESSEN, a H. OTT?N,
GEO. STE1BEK, M. TRIEST.
Ornas, dbcmiccis, &t.
Warranted ander oat n never to have failed to
cure. 28,500 oertltlcates or testimonials or cure,
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlirhtsrown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jen uiuga and Doctor Wallon,
Philadelphia Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Don. Judge Lee, cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-senator Stewart, Baltimore;
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others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DR. GEO. CA ULI KR, Agent,
julyl-lyr charleston, S. C.
JJRUGS AND MjE DICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. D. BAKU, No. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of his own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
This ls the best Medicine for Infants and young
Children ever offered to the public. It ls care?
fully prepared fi om the best Drugs, according to
a prescription farnlsiie'l by a distinguished Ger?
man Physician nf larne and successinl practice,
and has been tried and approved by many or our
best physicians. It ls specially adapted to the
diseases incident to childhood daring the trying
period or Teething, and recommends itself for tho
cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Griping m
the Bowels, Summer Complaint, Ac. lt contains
no Anodyne or other Injurious Drug, and should,
therefore, be preferred to the coothing Syrups
that now Hood-the market, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, there ore, more or less
Injurious. Thousands of children are murdered*
annually by soothing Syrups; in some cases, this
fact has been published lu the newspapers, where
the phyidclau In attendance so stated In hts death
certificate. In the numerous other cases, where
the Innocents are murdered by this modern
Herod of the Nursery, the cause ls laid to a thous?
and other causes-to all but the right one.
Mothers, bear this In mind, and use the German
Soothing Cordial, which ls safe, efficient and
satisfactory. Do not fall to try a bottle at once I
The soothing Cordial ls also an excellent Tunic,
admirably adapted In cases of Debility-giving
tone to the system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite.
Price 20 cents a bottle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This ls no Dye, but a Tonic and Hair Dressing
keeps the scalp clean, and promotes the growth
of tho Hair; contains no Nitrate of Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sugar or Lead, and no other Injurious
Drug. Try Lt. Only 60 cents a bottle.
DR. RAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confidently be?
lieves that lie has succeeded, by a skilful com?
bination of vegetable remedies, In producing a
preparation that will bring health and happiness
to tuc unfortunate Bufferer, in the following dis?
eases, they have been nsed by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, LOBS of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery. Piles, Diseases of the skin,
Pain in the side, Back and Limbs, Sick Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may bo taken with perfect safety by
any person and In all situations in ure. No family
should be without them.
Price 26 cents a box.
( DO UBLK-DI3TILLB D, )
For Cleaning Clothes and taking out Grease Spots.
Price 26 cents a box.
A llneral discount to the trade on all the above
Dr. BAER ls Agent tor the sale of
The best Instrument of the kind m use.
NATTAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(AdverUsed lu another part or THE NEWS.)
PROF. WUNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma, Ac, Ac.
W. R. WARNER 4; CO.'S ELEGANT AND
RELIABLE PHARM ACE OTIC AL
(Advertised in another part or TBK NEWS.)
These preparations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are daily gaining in
favor at the South, while, in the North and West,
they have for some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale. The fono wing are some
or the best known:
Comp. Extract or CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxymel, for cough, ic.
strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Ethereal Phosphorus, (for Weakness, Nerve Ex?
haustion, Impotence, Ac)
Amaranth for the Hair.
Victoria Regla lor tue Complexion.
Acanthus Extract, (for EpUepsy, Fits, Ac)
Always on hand a full assortment or Drugs,
Medicines, chemicals, Patent Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
all or which will be sold at lowtst market rates.
Sample Orders solicited from the trade.
A full assortment always on hand.
The Great South American cancer Remedy.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR
W. R. WARNER & CO.,
Oder the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere,
send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. PhosDhoruB Pills, for Impotence, LOBS_CI
Nerve Power. Ac.
Elixir cinch?n la Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferra ted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine ut Iron
Wine of WIM Cherry
Ferruled Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup of Uypophosphltes (for Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozeuges, cotalnlng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Como. ThU ls a new and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Geutlan,
associated with Aromatics, lt ls a very
agreeable and emelen: remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls u-teful as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine,
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Pbosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac.
Ellx. Valerlanate ot strychnia
Eux. Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant comb'natlon
especially serviceable In cases of children ann'
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co
manufacture a full line of Fluid Extracts and'
Sugar-coated Pills, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
Tnr-.h2.TrUwflmn? nharl?nton S O
Joptmnerajjips ana Btsfoimiont.
TOE UNDBBSIGNBD HAS ASSOCIATED
with him In business Mr. CHARLES R
VALK. The manufacture of Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery lu general, will hereafter be
carried on UDder the name and firm of SMITH &
VALK, at the cid stand east end Hasol street
Jnn25-imo_j. RALPH -MITH.
three weeks after date, I will make applica?
tion for renewal of Nine Shares of Plantera' and
Mechanics' Bank stock, in the name or Charles E
Kanapaux, Trust?e of W D. P. Aman and wife'
lost or mislaid, namely, No. 15 773 .
Charleston, S. C., July 6-s3? w. D. P. ARNAU.
(S?roterteo, C?rnore, Ut.
PRICE OP TEA.
In consequence or the abolition or tbe dnty on
TBA, we are now enabled to offer floe Teas ac
very low flgnres.
" JOHN HURKAMP & CO.,
Southeast c?rner King and Broad streets.
REDUCTION IN TEAS.
Received ont or bond, since the duties have
been taken off, a full assortment ot OREEN and
BLACK TEAS, which we offer at much reduced
prices. KLINGS, WICKENBERG A 00.
July20-2 . _ ?. ,.? _.
JgHOULDERS ! SHOULDERS 1
20 hhds. No. 2 Smoked SHOULDERS.
For sale by HERMANN BULWIN KLE,
Londres de Corte
Julyl8-thstn3? JOHN HUBKAMPA 00.
By express, from Richmond, a fresh supply o?
PREPARATION OF MEAT JUICE.
For sale wholesale and retail, by
DB. H. BARR,
No. 131 Meeting street,
QORN, OATS AND HAY.
6000 bushels Prime WHITE MARYLAND CORN
1600 bushels Yellow Corn
2000 bushels Feeding Oats
300 bales North River and Western Hay.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
joly 18 _ Kerr's Wharf.
J^IQUORS AND CIGARS.
Having removed to No. 318 King street, and
laid In a large stock or WHISKEYS, BRANDY.
GIN, WINE, CIGARS, Ac, we ?re .now prepared
to sen a pure article at very low prices, tor cash.
Give us a call and examine our stock.
BYRNE A FOGARTY,
Jnlyl7 No. 318 King street, Opposite Liberty.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. T0BIA8' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
varions vintages, lu
Cases of one dozen bottles each.
?pAIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A 00., Na no East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A 00.
MORDECAI A 00., No. no East Bay, oner for
sale an luvolce or "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. MORDECAI A 00.
po li TO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. lio East Bay, offer for
Fate Choice Porto Blco MOLASSES, in strong
packages._MORDECAI A 00.
J) RIME WHITE CORN:
MORDECAI A GO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacks.
, _MORDECAI A 00.
sTJHOICE HAVANA CIGARS. f?
MORDECAI A CO., No. U0 East Bay, Offer io*
sale an Invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, dW
regt from Factory In Havana._?? .
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale*
by A. TOBIAS' SONS.
gULLTVAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS t
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS 1
B. H. WILSON 4 BB 0. ,.
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to each of tba
Islanders as patronize them, at t heir respectiva
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure In taking charge of any
goods bought in Charleston, not in our line, to
deliver to onr Customers.
Any orders entrusted to o?r care, either In onr
line of business or nott will m^et with prompt?
attention. v ?
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GR0CERIE8
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD;
Soliciting your patronage.
We are respectfully,
8. H. WILSON A BRO.,
No. 300 KINO STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.