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Addresa RIORDAN, DAWSON A OO.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. a
Wit ($bt%?t?Un 3fet$?.
TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1872.
NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Prominent race horses now travel ia pal?
ace cars oa the railways.
-Whit*? vellB are very fashlouable la Paris,
and, ol course, will soon be here. They are
made of plain white tulle dotted with black.
-A Florida gentleman has set out this year
one hundred and twenty-five acres to orange
trees, making the largest grove of the kind on
-To the various footmen and pagea who
have been in her service not less than twenty
years, Queen Victoria bas presented silver
medals which will be worn by the recipients
-A Paris paper says that Miss Neille Grant
purchased at one ahop alone In that city forty
thousand francs' worth ot silks and laces.
They will probably be ruo through the custom?
house duty free.
-The search lor Dr. Livingstone is gradu-'
ally developing the nomenclature of AI rica.
For a long time UJiji seemed to be the only
place of note, but now Ugogo comes up smil?
ing. We like lt better. It Is a good name for
the doctor to remember. He has been in
Africa quite long enough.
-The Protestant Episcopal Church lu the
United States has fifty-three bishops (six mis
alonarles j 2900 clergymen, or one bishop for
every fifty-five clergymen, 225,000 communi?
cants, 24,500 Sunday-school teachers, 230,000
Sunday-school scholars1_.and contributes for
church purposes $5,600,000.
-An ingenlus apparatus has been invented
by a French physician by which the heart ls
made to register , hotographlcally Its own
pulsations. Snch, it ls said, ls the peculiarity
of the apparatus, la Its adaptation to different
uses, that it may be modified so as to register
the variations of the respiration, the Irregular
action of coughing, and similar physiological
and pathological phenomena.
-Bean Brummel bad a friend, a clergyman,
who sometimes dined with bim. Brummel
. used to say that you could always tell whether
there was going to be champagne by the' way
the clergyman asked the blessing. If the
glasses Indicated only claret or sherry, he
wonld say, uFor what we are -\bout to re?
ceive," Ac, out if they betokened champagne,
be would shut his eyes and commence with
-The Ch?cese la this hemisphere show a
remarkable aptitude for adopting the practices
of Western civilization. In Idaho City they
have a bank of their own, and no sooner had
that bank been maning oa a sound basis long
enough to accumulate a goodly pile of dollars
than its most responsible officer proved to be a
defaulter in a large amount, and at last ac?
counts the depositors were threatening to
lynch him. What better evidence could we
have that the Chinese can be very easily in?
structed In our ways ?
-Somebody writes to the Cincinnati Com?
mercial a pretty good story about Horace. It
seems that Mr. Greeley supposed the Tribune
would experience a business loss by support?
ing the Cincinnati movement, but at a late
meeting of the Tribune company a gala of
circulation and advertising waa shown. Turn?
ing to Mr. Greeley, one of the stockholders
said v "Well, Mr. Greeley, you have missed lt
this time. Yon thought, beforehand, that we
would lose money. Now what do you think ?"
-?Well," said the old man, Ia bis droll way, ' I
bad no Idea the Cincinnati Convention would
make such a ladlcious nomination."
-A Minnesota wood-chopper hewed down a
tall tree the other day, and upon splitting up
the trunk with an axe and wedge, found Im?
bedded In tbe wood at the point where the
trunk diverged Into branches a leather bridle
of antique pattern, with blt and buckles at?
tached, and all In a remarkable state of pre?
servation. It bas been fully thirty feet from
the ground, and Ita presence there can only
be accounted for by the supposition that some
passing horseman had used the crotch of the
sappllng as a rest for his bridle, and, led from
the place in pursuit of his straying horse, had
- been unable to Hod lt agata, and abandoned
tbe bridie to be carried up L.:d entombed by
tbe slow growth ol tbe tree. It is believed
that the tree must have been fifty years In
biding Its treasure.
-The preparatlouB for the marriage of the
yoong Emperor of China are being conducted
on a scale ol truly Oriental magnificence. An
imperial edict requires one of the Blik-produc .
log provinces to furnish for the occasion 3350
pieces of silk goods, 400 catties of silk thread
and embroidered veivex, and 1800 pieces of
line cotton cloth, 48,000 pieces of brocaded
silk, 200 pieces of plain green silk, and 2000 of
what are referred to In the record as "silk ar?
ticles of attire" for the household and guard
of the Empress elect, 8000 silk dresses and
800 pieces of plain Bilk for the reserve ward?
robe of the Imperial body guard, and 5000 silk
dresses and 500 pieces ol plain green silk for
the Imperial chair-bearers snd escort. These
are to be supplied free of cost, and thft mer?
chants upon whom these overwhelming hon?
ors have fallen have reBpectiully petitioned
that the distinction may be shared by other
districts of the empire.
-Peanuts are not numbered among the deli?
cacies which Mrs. Gruudy admits to her des?
sert, and yet they are hugely enjoyed by a
large portion of our population. The fre
. quenters of theatre galleries, cheap excursions
and country lairs enjoy them openly, and
scores of other people munch them surrepti?
tiously. However or wherever they are eaten
lt does not matter; it Is a well known fact that
there ie an extensive aod constant demand
for them. To snpply this the planlers of the
North and Sooth Carolinas and Tennessee
have planted extensive tracts with them, and
are now rejoicing In the prospect of an uncom?
monly good crop. Many of the counties of
middle Tennessee are planted almost entirely
With peanuts; careful calculations ahpw lhat
In the event of continuing lavorable weather,
the yield pf thia section alone will not be far
from eleven million bushels.
-At a recent meeting of the Odontologlcal
Society ot England, Mr. 8teele stated that he
lately had a tooth o? his own extracted and
reinserted under the following circumstances:
The tooth had b?en for some time In an ex?
quisitely sensitive condition from exposure of
the pulp, and gave pain on the least change of
temperature. Under the influence ol' nitrons
oxide gas, the tooth was carefully pulled our,
so as to prevent straining or tearing of the
gum; the dental canal was then cleansed, the
carious part scraped from the crown, stopping
applied In the usual way, and the tooth was
replaced in Its soeket. The operation lasted
about half an hour. For three or four
hours there was a dull, aching pain, which,
however, entirely ceased before noon of the
following day, though some tenderness re?
mained. This, in turn, disappeared; and by
the end ol a fortnight the replanted tooth did
its duly without any difficulty.
The Greenvale and Columbia Raltroad
The attempt to throw the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad into bankruptcy mast be
watched with deep interest by eve. y man
who is concerned, nearly or remotely, in
maintaining the integrity of our railroad
system and in upholding the commercial
prosperity of Charleston. It is not mc ~J " a
question whether a railroad, costing many
millions, shall be declared insolvent, upon
the petition of a petty creditor, only because
of its obedience to the mandates of the State
Courts. This is serious enough, especially aa
the frauds in the previous management of the
road, some inkling ol which was given In
evidence in the United State3 Court, com?
pelled the present management to take steps
for the marshalling of all legitimate claims
against the company, with a view to their
speedy and equitable arrangement- This
course is concurred in by nine-tenths of the
bondholders, and by all the stockholders,
and to force the road into bankruptcy woald
not only sacrifice the interests of certain
classes of creditors, but would, also, inflict a
terrible blow npon this city. The Green?
ville Road sends Charleston eighty thousand
bales of cotton a year, and is the most
important of our interior connections, be?
cause it gives us a trade which intersecting
lines cannot take away. As the road ls now
managed, the business of the whole of the
upper part of the State is drawn to Charles?
ton, and it can easily be seen that, with tho
read in bankruptcy, the trade would drift
away until the day of sole came, when some
Ring of capitalists would buy up the road, 1
tack it on to the North and South lines, and 1
use lt in direct opposition to this city. As a 1
feeder to Charleston, the Greenville Road is '
second ia importance to the Sooth Carolina
Road alone, and we repeat that the result of
the case is awaited with serious amiety. .
Yesterday, Mr. John T. Rhett, of Columbia, j
delivered a weighty argument in opposition t
to the petition. To-day, Mr. C. I). Melton i
and Mr. A. G. Magrath will follow on the <
same side, with Mr. D. T. Corbin for the pe- .
WIM Tiley Do It T
Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts, the Rad?
ical candidate for vice-President, made a 1
BDeecb, in 1853, wherein he said that the 1
"time has come when the uniform of the ]
"State militia should no longer be disgraced ,
"by being seen on the back of a Catholic ,
' Irishman or an infidel Dutchman," and j
was soon after elected to the Senate by the i
Know-Nothing party; and now be is be- 1
seeching the Cs Mic Irishmen and infidel ?
Dutchmen to extend to him their help and '
assistance In gainiog the office of Vice-Pres
Told yon So. 1
The Golden Age figures up the mingled '
certainties and probabilities of the electoral 1
vote, and gives Greeley 194 and Grant 67, ]
with 105 doubtful. Adding these doubtful
votes to Grant's, his total vote would be only ,
172, against Greeley's 194. Among the |
doubtful States are Pennsylvania, Louisiana,
Ohio and Illinois, with 80 votes, but Grant
loses daily and Greeley gains daily. Penn?
sylvania will probably be the keystone in
Mr. Greeley's arch of triumph; and in Louisi?
ana and Ohio the prospect is exceedingly
bright. The Golden Age takes particular
pride in parading its ligures, because, a
couple of years ago, it was regarded as on
the verge of insanity for nominating Horace
Greeley to the Presidency of the United
States. But DOW a majority of the whole
people areas crazy, concerning Mr4 Greeley,
as the Golden Age was in ita wildeBt mo?
ments of prophetic fanaticism.
The Boot on the Other Log.
The Renominationists, ia their deep satis?
faction with the working of the Ku-Klux
machinery, forgot that, in the Enforcement
law, no distinction is made between Radical
and Conservative, and that, wherever fear?
less and impartial commissioners and judges
can be found, it is as easy to arrest and pun?
ish a Grant ruffian as it was to confine in
Albany jail one of the supposed members of
the so-called Invisible Empire. The writ of
habeas corpus is no longer capable of sus
pension at the capricious will of the Presi?
dent. Thi9 is an advantage which the Rad?
icals possess over the unfortunates who were
arrested before the end of the Congressional
session. But in every other respect the law
is in full force. In the Old North State,
where it was boped that a riot might be
provoked, and that the Liberal colored men
would be driven from meetings and bustled
away from the polia, two of the Administra?
tion rowdies are already committed for trial,
under the Ku-Klux law. One of them is
found guilty of intimidating Simon Craven,
a colored Greeley Republican, in the exer?
cise of his political franchise, and the other
is found guilty of conspiring against Sam
Gross, one of the colored marshals at a
Greeley meeting. Other cases of the same
kind came up yesterday, and the Grant bul?
lies will receive a lesson they richly deserve.
There is no doabt that these proceedings
will have a favorable influence upon the
campaign in North Carolina. They will re
mind the Radicals of the necessity of cir?
cumspection, and convince the Liberals that
they will be protected in their rights as citi?
zens. The Radicals have so loDg had every?
thing their own way that the least check is
disheartening to them, and correspondingly
cheering to their opponents. And it will be
well in this State, also, when occasion serves,
to try the efficacy of the Ku-Kiux law as a
means of stopping the intimidation to which
the South Carolina Radicals resort when
they meet with active opposition. The riots
at Chester, iu Charleston and elsewhere,
daring the Beform canvass, and on the day
of election, are instances of the lawless vio?
lence of the very men who would drag a
Conservative to jail if he whistled at mid?
night or sneezed at a passing nogro. Now,
it is a poor law that will not work both ways.
lu theory, that which is illegal in the Con?
servative ls illegal ia the Radical, and, un?
less the officers of the law, without recep?
tion, are unscrupulous partisans, it will be
easy to make an example here of a score of
election-runners and whippers-in. It is best j
to bave no disturbance, and tbe Conserva?
tives will do ali that they can to prevent
disorder, but, if there isjany bullying or in?
timidation, it is worth while to give the
Radicals au opportunity of knowing by ex?
perience what it is to have the boot on the
The Business View of Politics,
The generous contribution of Mr. A. T
Stewart to the Liberal cause ls not measured
In its importance by the amount. Twenty
thousand dollars ls a bagatelle to the merchant
prince, but the expression of sympathy with
the cauBe, carried by the fact of the contribu?
tion, is worth more than as many millions,
for this act shows, more plainly than any ver?
bal statement, with which party the practical
buslt ?ss men of the country feel their Inter?
ests safest. Mr. Stewart's most notable char?
acteristic ls his shrewdness and perspicuity
No man knows better what ls calculated to
promote the prosperity ol commerce and trade,
and thence the prosperity of all classes; and
no one sees farther into the compile "ed con?
tingencies of tbe future. That sn i aa be
should hasten to advance the Liberal cause ls
an evidence that the business of the country
has much at stake la the contest, and that the
overthrow of the Grant Administration ls the
practical need of the hour.
Sharpening the Sword,
Germany ls preparing for war, though en?
joying peace. The 600,000 chasse pot rifles that
fell Into the hands ol the Germans will be
transformed by autumn, and the government
has ordered a large number of Mauser rifles,
the latest model adopted In Germany. Count
Moltke, in the meantime, ls occupied with the
study of the railway system, their military use
becoming to him the point de depart of an en?
tirely new system of strategy. Numerous
German officers are visiting the lines, study?
ing practical details, and stopping at every
station to examine strategic points and esti?
mate the resources of each locality. This" for
the army, while the chief of admiralty, Lieu?
tenant-General Von SlOBCh, ls Inspecting the
naval resources and the vessels now in con
itructlon. When the ships commenced are
Inlshed, the war fleet of Germany will Include
ilxty-two vessels, flt for service, with five hun
Ired guns. Of this number will be eight iron
plate frigates, armed with ninety-one guns, an
ron-plated corvette, armed with eight guns,
?nd two other smaller ones with seven. Great
ictlvity is manifested la adding to the strength
>f the navy, the government being ot opinion
bat Germany can be no longer satisfied with
he eleventh place among maritime powers.
The Effect of Publication.
For years Liverpool has disgraced English
nen. It has been thrown in their teelh every?
where. The number of drunkards brought up
jvery Monday runs from two hundred to two
Hundred and fifty. Fines were powerless to
ieep the number under these high figures.
Clergymen preached against drunkenness,
ind the magistrates lu tbelr wisdom tried
vhat tree trade in pfTbllc houses would do.
But the evil rose day bj day, until Mr. Glad-1
itone and his brother magistrates called In the
tld of the press-not by Its editorial, bul by
ts news columns. For six months past, every
Mondays drunkard has had his name and occu-1
pallon printed in full. Masters and parents,
ind friends, now know if those connected with
.hem have really been "ill'' or "from home."
ind what is the result ? There Is a fall of one
.hird In the charges for drunkenness, and
ibout the same ol crime In general. So much
Tor newspapers and enterprising magistrates
giving the mere record of criminals without
disgusting details, which would be demoral?
izing. Julius Casar started a newpaper Lwo
thousand years ago, of which he had copies
posted on the walls of Rome, telling the good
deeds and the bad deeds of the Romans. His
successor stopped the publication, but the
next Emperor renewed it. It ls not to be In?
ferred, however, that there is not to be dis?
crimination and a just limit exercised lu this
NOTS^O?R ^ EEILDEKS WHO
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OF
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE THB
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOB SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
JJEDCCTION OF RATES
AT OATOOSA SPR1NQ8.
In consequence of the stringency-or the times
I have declued to reduce the Rates or Board at the
above named watering place for the remainder or
thia season. From and after this date they will
Oe as IOUOWB: For single occupants or single
rooms $60 per month. For two persons occu?
pying one room and the samo bed $43 per month
each. Children and colored servante $25 per
month each. Terms per week $15.
W. O. HEWITT,
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MU., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es
taoiishment, situated in one or tho most eligible
positions in the city, en the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag?
nificently rurolshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, la now open for the re?
ception dr those conr em plating a tonr or pleasure
the coming -ie non. The cars run within a square
or the house. Loaches at All the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proa-lHt ir._jun8-4mos
\TEW BOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
-Ll IROCKBRIDQE CO., VA.
This new Watering Place will be open fdr the
reception of visitors on thn IST DAT OP JULY.
The waters have been long aid favorably
known, but until lately no Improvements bave
been made for the entertainment of the public. '
A joint stock company, chartered nader the
name or the JORDAN ROORBKIOQE ALUM
SPRINGS, has been organized wltn ample capital.
Tne Company have completed thia season a new
and elegant. Hotel, furnished throughout lu tho
very beat style.
The mineral waters are both Alum and Chaly?
beate; the former being efficacious In all chronic
diseases, such as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Chronic Dysentery, Scrotula, Incipient
Consumption, Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
the latter as a general tonic, am' ls of great value
In those affections which are peculiar to the
female constitution. Tbe accommodations will
bc first-class In every respect.
ROUTH.-The Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the Hue of the Chesapeake and Oblo Rail?
road, and within eleven to thirteen hours of Rich?
mond, Washington and Baltimore by rall. Col.
M. G. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trains twice a day at Goshen Depot.
Board, per day, $3; four week?, $60. For fur?
ther particulars, apply to C. B. LUCK,
(P.O. as above,) formerly or the Spottswood Hotel,
\_H SCHOOL.-instruction will be given and the
use of machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
M,, at the Depository, Chalmers street, j unl9
^"CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JA3. ADDER, from Sew Torfe, are notified that
she ls THIM DAY discharging cargo at Adger'i
South Wharr. QoodB uncalled for at auuset
wlUremaln on the wharf at owners' risk.
July 23-1 JAMES ADDER A CO., Agenta.
pW CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Ballimore, are hereby notlfled
that she la THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Colon Wharves. All Oonda not tafeen away
at sunset will remain on w harf at consignees'
I risk. MORDECAI <t CO.,
??-PROPOSALS ARE INVITED FOR
building a THREE STORY BRICK BUILDING on
East Bay street, pian and specifications can be
seen at my Auction Salesrooms, Ko. 45 Went?
worth street. WM. MCKAY.
^"NOTICE. -THE STEAMER PILOT]
BOY having been withdrawn to refit, the Steam?
er ST. HELENA has been engaged to supply her
place for thia trip, and will leave for Savannah,
Beaufort, Ac, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, 24th ID.
Btant, at 3 o'clock.
RAVEN EL, HOLMES k CO.,
pw* CHARLESTON, JULY 21,1872.-A.
I T. WILLIAMS, 74 Tradd Btreet: Dear sir-I regret
1 exceedingly the circumstances that compel me to
j retract a statement made by me in reference to
yourself. You will, I assure you, dear slr, relieve
me of a peculiar embarrassment by accepting
my humble apology. I am, very respectfully,
I your obedient servant,
July23-1* SAMUEL PORCHER.
pw* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
I BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
I School Fond-Official Raffle Numbers:
RAFFLE CLASS NO. 617-MORNING.
? 69-27-12--56- 1-34-C7--22-- 7-- 8- 9-75-10--C3
RAFFLE CLASS No. 618-EVININO.
48- 3-69-43-66-14-25-22-10-36-76- 6-67-17
As witness our hands at Charleston thia 22d
I day of July, 1872.
JAMES GILLI LAND,
July23 Sworn Commissioners.
pw* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK. COMPANY for
the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum:
CLASS No. 55-MONDAY MORNING, July 22.
70-30-42-44-52-12-36-72-75-23 - 6-68
CLASS No. 66-MONDAY EVENING, July 22.
I 62-47-74-20-42-23-49-73-72-39-12- 78
Witness my hand at Charleston, 8. C., 22d day
I july, 1872. A. MOROSO,
july23 Swora Commissioner.
pw* CHARLESTON, a C., JULY 20TH,
1872.-During my absence from the State, Messrs.
WAGNER, HOGER A Co. will act as my Attorneys
JUly22-mth2_WM. A. COURTENAY.
pw* GREAT CREDIT AND THANKS
are due to Officers Heidt and May or the Detect?
ive force for their valuable service rendered in
recovering nearly all of the property stolen from
my store on the night of the 17th Instant.
July221* A. R. LEWITH.
pw* CONSIGNEES PER COMMERCIAL
LINE Schooner EOTHEN, Brantberg Master, from
New York, are notified that she ls THIS DAY dis?
charging cargo at Central Wharr. All goods not j
called for at sunset will be stored at owners
risk and expense. No claims allowed after goods
leave the wharr. H. F. BAKER A CO.,
pw* PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITU
TION.-All Deposits made this month will draw
Interest from the 17th. instanr.
pw* TAKE AYER'S CHERRY PEOTO
RlLtostop your Colds, Coughs and Bronchial
Affections before they run Into Consumption that
yon cannot atop. July20-stutin
pWST. PAUL'S CHURCH, RADCLIFFE
BORO'.-All persons who have been or desire to
be Pewholders In Sr. Paul's Ohurch.Radcllffeboro',
are hereby notlfled tb?ton WEDNESDAY next, 24th
Instant, the Ohurch will be opened from 0 A. M. to
s P. M., and some Officer of the Corporation will
bc present with a plan of the Church, according
ro the new arrangement of the Pews, embracing
also their future assessments, who will take the
names or applicants for Pews and furnish all
other Information that may be desired. Those
anxious to secure eligible scats will find lt to
their interest te lie present, either In person or by
meir agents, at some time during the day.
By order or Vestry.
T. GRANGE SIMONS, M. D.,
julylO fmw3 Secretary or Vestry.
pW 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
Urning the sommer months) with their Supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
in person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. L. O'NEILL.
VALUABLE TESTIMONY FROM
ABROAD.-vincent Lundberg, or Stockholm
Pbyslclan-ln-chlef to the Klug or Sweden, recom?
mends HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN LIA IR
RENEWER for the scalp and for the Hair.
pr* O N MARRIAGE.
Happy relief for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses m early life. Manhood re
stored. Nervous debility oured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Rooke
and Circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Na 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia. Pa. ootlS
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TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOB
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
out. It fa entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now in nee. Numerous testimoni?is
have been sent us from many of our most promi?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In
everything in which the articles now In nae are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY Is perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar or Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt does not soil the
olothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or the best dressings for the Hair in
use. It restores the color or the Hair "moro per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
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virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing quail'les necessary to Its growth
ana healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new crowth of the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this won.lerfni discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing ami elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale by the Agent, Da. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
pw* BATCHELORS HAIR DYK-THIS
superb Hair Dye ls the beat 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 blaok or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beantlfuL The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory 16 Bond street, New York.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
OP PYTHIAS.-Attend Seml-Monthly Con?
vocation, at Pythian Hall, THIS BTBMIKO, at half
past-7 o'clock. Bf order W. C.
J. C. RIPLEY.
WANTED, A WET NUBSE. APPLY
at No. 98 Broad street. jnly23l*
WANTED, A NURSE; ALSO, A WO?
MAN to cook. None without reTerence
need apply. No. 147 Calhoun street. Jj?yg 1*
WANTED, A PLAIN COOK, COLOR?
ED. Apply at No. 47 Cannon street, be?
tween the hours of 9 and ll o'clock. July23-l*
ANTED, A GOOD COOK, MAN OR
wooaaD, at northeast corner Bull and
Rutledge streets. Recommendations requited.
WANTED, A SEAMSTRESS AND
Washerwoman, colored. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply at No. 24 Meeting street.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WOMAN,
to mind a child and be generally uceful.
Recommendation required. Apply at No. 5 Meet
WANTED, PLANTERS AND FACTORS
to xnow that they can have their GINS
repaired and Rollers re-covered at No. 24 North
Commercial Wharf, by 0.1V0NS. Julyas-i?
WANTED, A GOOD SAWYER, TO
work at Palmetto Saw Ulli, 19 Mlle Turn?
out, S. C. Railroad. Apply to PEASE A MILES,
Central Wharf. Ctiarleston, s. C._July23-S
WANTED, A GERMAN GIRL TO I
Cook and Wash for a small family of
three persons. Good r?f?rences wanted, and
good wages paid. Apply at No. 19 Rutledge
WANTED PARTIES TO KNOW THEY
can dispose of Second-Hand FURNI?
TURE to goed advantage hy addressing P. 0.
Lock Box No. 122._ Julyl8 thstnS*
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
public institution, or as private tutor In a family.
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., it the office of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT I
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE 00MPANY Issues Joint
Lite Policies, insuring the lives of partners tn
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount Insured tor ls paid to the surviving party.
It also Insures husband and wiro on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, Nc SI Broad street.
FOR SALK A GOOD SEVEN TO
eight tons FLAT, but little used. For Bale
low at EYER'S Wood Yard, Gadsden's Green.
FOR SALE, ONE HIGH AND DRY
Lot of Land, situate on a bold creek, suita?
ble for a wood yard, very low for cash. Good
titles or no sale, apply at No. ss, corner or j
Spring and Norman streets._Iuly23-tus4+
JF. LOPEZ, WHOLESALE AND RE
. TAIL dealer In FISH and GAME. Dinner j
Fish can be had by leaving orders at STAR
STALL, Lower Market._j o ly 22-i
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terme
and at the Bhortest notice. Also a lew good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. r
L?NSF0RD. Sadth street, north of Wentworth.
TO RENT, A BUITE OF ROOMS, FUR?
NISHED or untarnished, aoitablo for a cou?
ple or gentleman. Apply at No. 4S Beau fain
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
and George streets. Most central ana
best business stand lu the city. Apply at
A ROHE R'S BAZAAR. July23-tnthsS?
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 9 ANN STREET,
opposite Aiken's Park. Apply to No. u
Tradd street, west end, to JOHN KENNEY.
J uly 23-2?_
TO RENT, THREE ROOMS, WITH
large piazza, kitchen and bath room. Terms
moderate. Inquire southwest corner Anson and
TO RENT, THREE COMFORTABLE
Rooms, with large piazza, cistern and well
of water on lot. Apply at No. 29 Hasel street.
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 20 BEAUFAIN
street. Just painted and repaired throughout.
Apply to THUS. FROST, No. 64 Broad strccr.
FOR RENT, A DWELLING HOUSE IN
Coming street, containing four Room?, Gaa,
with large Cistern and gnn i well ot water. For
terms apply to WM. U. DAWSON, Real Esiatt
Agen -, No. es Broad street. july 23-6
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE BRICK
Hons?, located at No. Ol King street, one
door south or Broad, containing aix rooms, pan?
try, plazz i and deep, dry cellar. On the prem?
ises are a four-roomed kitchen anda large cistern
The buildings are In good repair, and uos-esnlon
can be had immediately. To a responsible tenant
the terms will be moderate Apply on the prem?
TO-RENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE
corner of Wentworth and Smith streets
House and premises In good order, wich fine els
tern. For further information apply to S. B.
PlCKENS, S. 0. R. R. Office, corner ol King and
Ann streets._ juiye-stutlitmo
(Eopartnerstiipa ano CisBoirnians.
1 have this day s ld my interest to my
partners Messrs. J. P. MURDA CG H ami J. M.
WEEKLEY, wko continues the business. In re?
tiring thauk ray friends for their liberal patron?
age and solicit Its continuance to them.
0. G. MATTHEWS.
The undersigned will continue tho business,
assuming all obligations or late concern, and In
parting with their late partner, In hla anticipated
enterprise, wish a hearty success.
July231 MURDAUGH A WEEKLEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him In business Mr. CHARLES R.
VALS. The manufacture of Engines, McCarthy
Glus 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.
Jun26-lmo J. RALPH -MITU.
Notices in ?ankrnptcrj.
IN BANKRUPTCY-NOTIOE OF AS?
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the District
court of the United States, ror the Eastern Dis?
trict of South Carolina-In tbe matter or JOHN
D. kbNNBDY, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as AB
sign?e of JOHN D KENNEDY, oi Camden, lu the
County of Kershaw, and State of South Carolina,
within said District, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon bis own petition, by the District
Court of said District.
Dated at camden, the 13th day of June, A. D.
1872. HENRY C. SALMOND,
IN BANKRU PTCY.-NOTICE OF AS
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the District
court or the Uolted states, for the Eastern Dis?
trict or South Carolina.-In the matter or 1
STEPHEN 0. CLYBURN, Bankrupt-In Bank?
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice or his appointment as As?
signee of STEPHEN 0. CLYBORN, of Camden, In
rho County or Kershaw, and State or South Caro?
lina, wu hin said District, who has been adjudged
a bankrupt upon his own petition, by tue District
Court or said District.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day ot June, A. D.
1872. HENRY C. SALMuNl),
IN BANKRUPTCY.-NOTICE OF AS?
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the District
Court or the United states, for the Eastern Dis?
trict of South Carolina.-In the matter of JAMES
ERWIN KING, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appolntmeot as As?
signee of JAMEs ERWIN KING, of Camden, In
the County of Kershaw, and State of South Caro?
lina, within said District, who has been adjudged
a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District
Court or Bald District.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day or June, A. D.
1873. HENRY C. SALMOND,
?JHAS. LIEBEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DI8TLLLEBY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
..??Highest prices paid in Cash ror Crude Turpen?
<3>r0?trieft liqnore, S?t.
ULLrVAFS ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS!
8. H. WILSON & BRO.
GROCERS, OP CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to Boon of the
Islanders aa patronize thom, at their respective
homes on the leland, without extra charge.
We shall take pleasure in taking charge or any
gooda sought in Charleston, not in oar line,
deliver to oar Customers.
Any orders en tras ted to our care, either la our
line or business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD
solicit lng yonr patronage,
We are respectfully, *.
B. H. WILSON ? BBO,
No. soe KINO STBMBT, QHABUSTON, S. 0.
Erna?, QI rq era ic al?, 4ft.
D~~R7 FTTLER'S VEGI??TAJJLE "EHEU
If ATIO SYRUP.
Warranter! under oath never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 certificates or testimonials of cure
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of schuylkill, Philadel
Shla; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hltrhtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con
g ress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam
don, New Jersey ; ex-senator Stewart, Baltimore
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thoosandB o
others. Warranted to cure or money rotunded
DB. GEO. CAUL I KB, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr _,_Charleston. S. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR
W. B. WABNEB & CO.,
Offer 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. PboBDhorus Pills, for impotence, Loss ol
Nerve Power. Ac.
Elixir C?nchenla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate of Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
Comp, syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup ol Hypophosphltes (for Consumption, Bron
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotaining Vanilla, Tola, 4c .
Elixir Taraxacum ooma. This ls a new and valu?
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
its medicinal virtues, lt ls unefui as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste or Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Ph o sp h. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Elix. Valerfanate of strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable m c?sea or children and
In addition to the above, w. R. Warner A- Co.
manufacture a lull line of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, No. 181 Meeting street,
mchaidawsmos Charleston. S. G.
?Jl T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DBALSB8 AND DISTILLXES OF
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN,
OFFICE No. 178 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for Crude
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSF0R9,
fnhfl smith Street, north or Wentworth.
tttatcl)*i, Jjcmnrp, 4ft.
ALL, BLACK & CO
NOS. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol nen- immense stock or
urlng the summer months. AU gooda will be
sold without reserve, at a great reduction, to
?.86 the business. junlO
gHOULDERS ! SHOULDERS 1
20 bads. No. 2 Smoked SHOULDERS.
For sale by HERMANN BULW1NKLE, .a.
Jnly20_Kerr's WU art
Londres de Corte
Julyl8-thatn3?_JOHN H?RKAMP A 00.
QORN, OATS7AND HAY. >
6000 bnsbels Prime WHITE MARYLAND 00RN
1(00 bnsbels Yellow Oom
2000 bushels Feeding Oats
300 bales Kort h River and Western Hay.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
Jnlyl8_ Kerr's Wharf.
J^IQUOES AND CIGABS.
Haring removed to No. 818 Kino; street, and
laid In a large stock or WHISKEYS, BRANDY.
BIN, WINE, CIGARS, Ac, we are now prepared
to sell a pore article at very low prices, for cash.
Give ns a call and examine our stock.
BYRNE A FOGARTY,
Jnlyn No. 818 King street, Opposite Liberty.
VTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, HAMS
ll AND BACON;
10O bb's. N. 0. MOLASSES
100 bbiB. and tierces Muscovado Molasses
loo bbls. 8. H. Syrup
160 tierces (small) s. 0. Hams
60 hhds. 0. R. Sides
60 hhds. Shoulders
loo bbls. and half bbls Nos. 1,2 and 8 Mack?
75 boxes (small) Factory Cheese
loo kegs and tubs Choice Butter.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER,
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
MEAT JUICE. wt
Just received, a largesnpply of the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beet, ex?
clusive or fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with OodhverOli, and
destroys the taste ol the Oil.
The only food for delicate children.
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretofore offered to the publieras will be found
upon trial. For sale by Dr. H..BABB,
Jun7 No. 181 Meeting street.
QOQNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BSA?.
DY, IN U. 8. BONDED STORES, *
A TOBIAS' BONS, NO. 110 EAST BAY.
Offer for aale from U. s. Bonded Warehouse, .
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, in
Firth casks ? "
Eighth casks *
Oases of one donen bottles each.
^ AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na lio East Bay, omar for
Je Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
p A L K I B K ALB.
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay, OUST for
aale au invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pints. MORDECAI A CO.
~pOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO.. No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages._MORDECAI A CO.
J) RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White ooRN, in new sacks.
_MORDECAI A 00.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA GIO Aug, di*
reot from Factory m Havana._
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sals
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
ii?n G i ca! Soaks.
By those who have seen them, are the following
three Books, already popular, although the first
has Just issued from the Press.
By L. O. EMERSON A H. & PALMER.
400 pages. Fine Singing school course. Large
collection of the best Anthems and Tunes. 20,000
copies already ordered. The Banner Church
Music Book of the Season. Price $1 60, $18 60
per dozen. Specimens sent, post-freee, for the
present, for $1 26. .
By A. HULL A H. SANDERS.
Beautiful sabbath School Sloging Book. No
sleepy tunes or words. Wideawake songs by
wide-awake authors. Price 86 cents.
THE PILGRIM'S HASP I.
By ASA HULL.
210 pages. Remarkably good for Vestries, and
for use In Prayer meetings. Small, very clear
print. Large number of the most popular tunes.
Price 60 cents.
OUTER DPTSON L CO., Bosun.
CHAS. H. DITSON A CO., New York.
Stan JJnti lu aliena.
NEW CATALOGUE. No. 28.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, by J.
0. Shalrp, $160.
Shalrp's Cuitare and Religion in some of their
Relations, $ 126.
Lange's New vol?me, the Book of Kings, $6.
Dean Stanley; History of the Church of Scot?
land, $2 60.
The Desert of the Exodus', Journeyings on Foot
In the Wilderness of the Forty Years Wan?
derings, undertaken in connection with the
Ordnance Survey of Sinai and the Palestine
Exploration Fund, by E. H. Palmer, M. A.,
with Maps and Illustrations, $3.
Jesus, by Charles F. Deems, numerous Illustra?
Paul of Tarana, an Inquiry into the Times and the
Gospel of the Apostles or the Gentiles, $160.
George B. Woods, M. D., LL. D. Historical and
Biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac, $6.
Women Helpers In the Ohnrch; their Sayings and
Doings. Edited by William Welsh, $160.
Robert and William Chambers ; Memoirs and
Autobiographical Reminiscences, $1 M.
The Autobiography of Stepben Collins, M. D., $1.
Annual Record of Science and industry for U7L
Edited by Spencer & Baird, $2.
The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing m
period ot 140 years, by Wm. L. King, ta.
Astronomy and Geology Compared, by Lord
The student's own Speaker, a Manna! of .Decle
mation and Oratory, by Paul Reeves, $126.
Shakespeare, edited, with notes, by Wm. J. Rolfe,
A. M. The first four parts of this nolana edi?
tion of Shakespeare, comprising Merchant of
Venice, The Tempest, Henry YUL and Jallu?
1 Cesser, bound in one handsome Volume, with
Alaine Edition of the Poets, to be completed m
flrty-two Volumes, at 76 cents.
Merry Maple Laves, or a Summer in the Country,
by Abner Perk, Humorous Illustrations, $2.
THE LATEST NOVELS.
LORD KILGOBBIN, by Chas. Lever, cloth $160,
Eaptr $1. Adi's Tryst, paper 76C A Miller's
tory of the War, or the Plebiscite, by one of
the7,600,000 who voted Yes, (from the French
of Erckmann-Ohatrian,) cloth $126,paper 76c
A crown for the Spear, paper 7?c. Baffled
Schemta, paper 76c The Cancelled wu;, bj
Miss Eliza A. Dopey ?paper $160. Eleonore,
from German of E. von Rothenpeia, by F.
Elizabeth Bennett, cloth $1 26. Her Lord
and Master, by Florence Marry att, paper 60c.
Grir, a story of Austrian Life, by ?s. L. Far
geon, paper 40c P?trone), by Florence Mar?
ryat t, paper 60c. A Bridge of Glass, by F. W.
Robinson, paper 60c Married Against Rea?
son, by Mrs. A. Shelton Mackensle, paper 60c
Albert Lnnei, by Lord Brougham, paper 76c.
Veronique, by Florence Marryatt, paper 76c
Poor Miss Finch, by Wilkie Collins, paper 60c.
A Siren, by T. Adolphus Trollope
Music and Morals, by Rev. H. R. Hawera, M. A.,
$176. Seven Months' Run Up and Down
and Around the World, by James Brooks,
$176. Three Centuries or Modern History,
by Charles Duke Yonge, $2. Ganot's Natural
Philosophy for general readers and young
persons, translated with the author's sanc?
tion, by E. Atkinson, $3.
S3- Persona residing in the country will piesse
bear in mind that by ^ending their orders to us for
any Books published in America, they will be
charged only the price of the Book.. We pay for
the postage or express. Address *
FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,)
apr28-tutha Charleston, 8.0