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# FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1871.
SEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold at New York, yesterday, closed at
-The New York cotton market closed stea?
dy; uplands 21|C.
-At Liverpool cotton closed Arm; up:ands
9Jd; sales 15,000 bales.
-Numbers of gas wells are being sunk in
dllTerent parta of Buffalo to get supplies ol gas
fer illuminating purposes.
-It ls denied that the cholera is abating In
Russia, and it ls stated that there is et iii an
average of one hundred and fifty deaths a day
-James Stephens, iormerly (?ulan " Head
Centre," ls said to have been taken In part?
nership by a wealthy Bordeaux wine mer
chant, and ls coming to America to sell wines
-The opening of the Mont Cenis tunnel,
which was fixed for the 15th Instant, oas been
Indefinitely postponed, says the Prussian Cross
Gazette, on account of the unsatlstactory rela?
tions between the French and Italian Govern?
-It ls said that a movement Is on foot to re?
organise the "Mozart Hall" wing of the New
York Democracy, and that the gentlemen who
will take an active part in the organization are
men well known for their sterling Democracy
and unblemished Integrity.
-George Augustos Sala, who lately bagged
?600 damages from Hain Frlswell tor an attack
upon him in "Modern Men ot Letters," now
sues the London publisher, Solon Camden Hot
ten, for damages In reprinting Bret Harte's
burlesque on Sala? style in the "Condensed
-It is proposed to introduce ? new tele?
graphic service In the German army for artil?
lery lu action. Experienced artillerymen are
to be posted under cover far in advance of the
batteries to watch the effects of the cannon?
ade and report back by means of a small port?
able telegraphic apparatus.
-We find in the Richmond Dispatch cf Wed?
nesday the lol lowing official announcement of
tho consummation o? an Important railroad
. negotiation : " The lease or the entire road of
tho North Carolina Company-two hundred and
.twenty-three miles-from Charlotte, N. C., to
Goldsboro', N. C., by the Richmond and Dan?
ville Railroad Company, was consummated on
September ll for thirty years, ot $260,000 per
annum. Possession hilly delivered. And lt is
now operated under the control of Colonel A.
8. Buford, president of the Richmond and
Danville Railroad, thus completing his plan ol
continuous line from Richmond and Chesa?
peake to Atlanta, Ga., and central South. The
lease gives general satisfaction, as in the best
interest of both contracting companies, and
establishes a great thoroughfare from the
tEastern Atlantic States under ono manage?
-Among the Important results achieved by
Beust and Bismarck, the Austrian and Ger?
man premiers, at the conferece at Gasteln, ls
a promise on both sides that strict friendship
snail prevail in the future between the two
powers. Austria will not permit any agitation
In Bavaria or Wartemburg against German
unity; Prussia, on the othar hand, will <'.o all
in her power to prevent a war of German
nationalities. Austria declares herself satisfied
with the changes made by Prussia and with
the situation In Italy; Prussia considers the
existence ot Austria a political necessity, and
will regulate her conduct accordingly. Italy,
a*?s the Neue F. ?ie Presse, lias been induced
to enter Into the compact, and these three
States are to unite for the peace of Europe
To this lt adds : "The plans ol vengeance con?
ceived by France, the crusades Intended by
the Ultramontanes, at. the desires of con?
quest nourished by Russia,will all be frustrated
by this triple al ?ance."
-Recent English newspapers contain mi?
nute and elaborate accounts of the new case
mated lort which ls now in course of con?
struction at Garrison Point, Sheerness, !or the
defence of the Medway. When this ls com?
pleted, it will make one of the strongest and
moat formidable of harbor defences In Great
Britain. The whole of the masonry work was
finished some months since, and ls now eiiffi
clently firm to allow the arming operations to
be proceeded with. About one-half of me
huge iron plates which are to protect the em?
brasures have been placed In position, and
fourteen of the thirty-eight heavy rifled guns
with which the fort is to be armed are already
mounted. These are all nine-inch cannon,
weighing twelve tons each, and throwing pro?
jectiles of 250 pounds weight, with a power
considered capable of penetrating' any ordi?
nary iron-clad ship at ranges of about looo
yards. The fort is what sailors would term a
a "two-decker," there being a double tier of
guns, nineteen In each. It Is shaped like the
letter D. the round side being armed, and
commanding the mouths ot the Thames and
Medway, and a considerable extent ol the sea?
board, while the straight part forms the gorge
or entrance on the land side, and is unarmi d.
-M.. Capron, who resigned his position as
comtrlssloner of the agricultura! bureau at
Washington in order lo instruct the Japanese
n th* use ol American agricultural tools an i
labor-saving machinery, will And himself in.
one of the most highly and minutely cultivat?
ed Fpo ts on the earth. Mr. Brooks, ol the New
York Express, has been visiting Japant and
does not appear to have been quite prepared
to And such a condition of agricultural indus?
try, concerning which he writes: "I thought
once, when on tbe Nile, that the Egyptians,
who could lum Bands Into gardens, were the
great farmers of the world; but the Egyptians
could make no such farming gardens as these.
Proud as I am of the arts, sciences and, mar?
vellous doings ol my own country, I blush
when I compare American farming with this !
Here are the rice fields artificial ly created,
luxuriant in beauty now, terraced irom hill?
side, up and down, and watered by the hill
streams, or not watered, as husbandman wills.
There are barley ifield?, and bran fields, and
fields of ail sorts of Japan agricultural pro?
ductions. Forests cap all ihe hill-tops. Two
crops are raised in Japan in one year, even on
rice fields, where the first crop is grain. The
grain harvest is over in April or May. The
rains come on in June and July, and now Ihe
new crops are up, and the whole country is
one beautiful landscape of green."
The party newspapei is not a very new
invention. When politics and politicians,
taken CH bloc, were moderately respectable,
the journalist might safely criticise and ad?
monish hie own supporters, and was Dot
forced to expend oil his strength in abusing
and taunting the enemy. But as parties
became more and more disreputable, they
dared not trust their canse to journals
which might, in iheir honest intervals, expose
their peccadilloes. Then sprang into life the
typical Party OrgaD, which hoots at the pos?
sibility ol wrong on il3 own side, and the
possibility of right on the other; which sees
nothing dangerous in the most pernicious
schemes of its own sect, and nothing bene?
ficial in the wisest acts of tbe opposition,
which treats all its friends as saints, and all
ila foes as sinners. The succ?s of the Party
I is the profit of the Organ. Naturally enough,
I all it3 endeavors are directed to turning "an
"honest penny.'' Whether such a sheet is
more desirable, in a decent community, than
a professional poisoner or a corrupt judge,
needs no discussion here. The pressing
question is, whether a Party Organ, pub?
lished for the benefit of a Party, should be
supported by a taxjgvled upon the public at
large, who are injured, not benefited, by
its unscrupu'->us one-sidedness, and who
have no sympathy with its avowed aims ?
A newspaper is supposed to be support?e]
by iiB subscription and advertising business,
which are assumed to depend upon the in?
trinsic value of the publication. Unless the
paper find readers it will not find advertisers.
But the Party Organ, which flourishes in the
Southern States, has discovered ihe Philoso?
pher's stone of newspaperdom. It can live
wit lout circulation, and without commer?
cial advertising. As it is published for the
good of the Party, it demands that it be sup?
ported by the Party. This is unobjectiona?
ble on the face of it. Bat the Party have uo
fund, which they are willing to spend, ex?
cept that which is the result of the taxation
imposed by their party upon the State, which
they, being in power, absolutely control
They, therefore, button closely their own
pockets, prop np the Party Organ, and pay
its bills ont of the State Treasury.
Now the people are quite willing to Lave
a score of newspapers where they now liave
teo, provided that those papers stand on
their owe bottom. Those which are barren
of news and dull in style, or do not supply
an existing want, soon go to the wall. They
fail, because the public are not sufficiently
interested in them and their doctrines; be?
cause enough persons will not read them,
and advertise in them, lo pay their working
expense?. This is a simple process, and it
applies to all new undertakings. But the
public have a right to complain when a tax
is levied upon them, in a body, to fill the
coffere of a Party Organ, which they, as in?
dividuals, have declined to support. It may
be said, as in South Carolina, that the Radi?
cal party need an Organ which shall play
none but Radical tunes. Who objects?
They may have a hundred Organs if they
like. All that the public insist upon is, that
tbe Organs shall be kept alive by legitimate
business, and not with the moneys of the
pjople, expended without their knowledge or
consent. The Organ which gave up the
ghost in Charleston, the other day, moaned
out the plaint that it died because it had not
had enough "State patronage." This State
patronage i3 Official advertising, given to
the Organ as a payment for ils Services, j
The advertising does the public no good,
because the Organ is not read. Every dol?
lar is filched from the pockets of the people,
who, whether they know it or not, are taxed
every year to pay for the Official Advertise?
ments, bnried in the Party Organ.
And if it be justifiable to make the public
treasury defray the cost of a newspaper,
whose continued publication is desired by
the dominant party, it is equally reasonable
and right to win over votes by a more sub?
stantial bait. Fat bacon and line toggery
will keep Hie Radical negroes together far
better than didactic leading articles. With
the weak-kneed and wavering, a tine riding
horse or u diamond pin might go farther
than denunciations ofDemocraticinsincerity.
Suppose we try it. Let us have a State gro?
cery store, and a State clothing store, and a
jeweller to the State, and a State stable
where Radicals and would-be Radicals may
Le furnished, inside and out, free of charge.
How are the provisions and pin?, the clothes
and the prancing steeds, to be paid for, if they
are given away in this style ? Pooh ! Pooh !
A tax will be levied upon the whole people
sufficient to cover all the varied outlay of
ihe ruling Farty. This may be deemed an
extreme illustration o? the lengths to which
parties will go. Itdoe3 not come up to Ihe
truth. A tax for giving boots and shoes to
bare-footed Radicals ?s no worse than a tax
to poy for ndvertisiog gi-en to a Party Or?
gan, simply and solely because it must sus?
pend if its running expenses are not, upon
some pretext, graciously paid by the Slate.
To Every Soldier who Worthily Wore
The rirst Confederate soldier killed in the
war between the States was Henry Wyatt,
of North Carolin who fell at Bethel, and is
buried in Hollywood Cemetery, at Rich?
mond, Virginia, A ?rief inscription on his
tombstone, telling the eventful history, at?
tracts the attention or every visitor to the
Cemetery; and on Memorial Day no Confed?
erate ni ave is more lavishly decorated than
that of yeing Wyatt The dead son ia re?
membered t.nd honored, while the living
father is neglected or forgotten.
John Wyatt, the father of Henry Wyatt, is
now in the Poorhouse in'Pitt County,
North Carolina. The boy, who would have
been the prop of his old age, shed his blood
for ?B in the first battle of the war, and it
rests with his surviving comrades to save
the patriot-father from further humiliation.
A trifling contribution from the Confederate
soldiers will make the vecerable old man
comfortable for the rest of his days, and we
sincerely hope tbat every Southerner, who
wore the gray with honor, will send a few
pence, for the father of Henry Wyatt, to
Captain W. J. McKerali, of Marion, South
Carolina, who has kindly volunteered to
forward all these donations to their destina?
tion. Those who prefer so doing may send
their donations to the editor of THE NEWS,
who will cheerfully take them in charge and
hand them to Captain McKerali.
LOW RATES AND QUICK DISPATCH.
THE SOUTHERN AND ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH
COMPANY OPENS FOB BUSINESS THIS DAY.
OFFICE CORNER OP EAST BAY AND BROAD
Menages for ail points North and Northwest
promptly forwarded at renaced rates.
The following schednle of tolls has been
First Ten Each Addi
From Charleston to- Words. tlonal Word.
columbia, S. C. 40 3 cents
Winnsboro', 8. C. 40 3 cents
Chester, S. 0. 40 3 cents
Charlotte, N. C. 60 3 cents
Saliebury, N. C. 60 3 cents
Greensboro', N. C. 60 3 cents
Danville, Va. 60 3 cents
Lynchburg, Va. 76 6 c nts
Charlotteville, Va. 76 6 cents
Staunton, Va.$1 20 scents
Gordonville. Va. 76 6 centB
Richmond, Va. 80 6 oems
Petersburg, Va. 80 6 cents
Norfolk. Va.$1 00 7 centB
Alexandria, Va. i oo 7 cents
Washington. D. C. 1 00 7 cents
Baltimore, Md. 120 Scents
Philadelphia, Pa. 1 20 8 cents
New Yoik. 1 20 8 cents
Night Messages taken at half the day rates.
Office hours 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. On Sundays
from 8 to io A. M., and from 7 to 9 P. M.
A. J. BALDWIN,
Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Company.
E. LAFITTE, Director for Sooth Carolina.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE BONDS (OLD)
Charleston City Stock.
CHARLESTON CITY FIRE LOAN BONDS.
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
sepi5-l No. 26 Broad street.
jy? OETON, BLISS & CO.,
NO. 30 BROAD STREET, KEW YORK.
Issue Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for
travellers; also, commercial Credit available In
all parts or the world.
Telegraphic Transiera of Money made on all
parts of Europe.
The accounts or' Banka, Bankers and Mer?
chants received; Interest allowed on Deposits;
Advances made on Cotton, ?tei-Hng and Domestic
Exchange, and approved Securities.
Drafts for ?1 and np ward s on the Bank or
Scotland, and Provincial Bank of ireland and
MORTON, ROSE A CO.,
Bartholomew House, London.
HENRY CLEWS ? CO.,
NO. 82 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Letters of Credit for Travellers, also Commer?
cial Credits lssned, available throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange OB the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank of Sec Hand, Provincial Bank
of Ireland, and all their branches.
Drafts and Telegraphic Transfers on Europe,
San Francisco, the West Indies, and all parts or
the United sutes.
Deposit accounts received in either Currency or
Coln, subject to check at Bight, which pass through
the Cleating-House as If drawn npon any city
bank; four per cent interest allowed on all dally
balances; Certificaos or Deposit lssned; Notes,
Drafts and Coupons collected; advacces made on
approved collaterals and agalast merchandise
consigned to our care.
Orders executed for investment Securities and
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
No. ll Old Broad street. London.
piRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
RISKSTAKEN IN TUE FOLLOWING COMPANIES:
Security Insurance Company, of New
Phoenix Insurance Company, or New
York, Assets. 1,900,000
Manhattan Insurance Company, or New
York, Assets. 1,400,000
International Insurance Company, ol
New York, Abbets. 1,400,000
North American Fire Insurance Com?
pany, or New York, Assets. 800,000
Andes Insurance Company, or Cincin?
nati, Assets. 1.500,000
Total Asaeis, at cash market valuations,
\ I \ K MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
8. Y. 1 UPPER, General Agent,
In Planters' and Mechanics' Bank Building,
sepi3-wfmimo East Bay street.
J N S U R E
STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE,
DWELLINGS, Ac, Ac,
In the following first class Companies:
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY, Of Hartford,
Capitol and surplus.$2,708,000
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, or Hartford,
Capital and surplus.$6,047,815
A. H. HAYDEN, Agent,
No. 272 King street.
J. L. HONOUR, Sub-Agent, East Bay.
"PHONEY ! HONEY! HONEY !
Fine New Country HONEY, to be had in quanti?
ties to suit purchasers, or DR. H. BAER,
may26 No. 181 Meeting street >
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
or Marlon Lodge, No. 2.1. 0. 0. F., will be
heidTHi8 EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall. ROBT. C. STARR,
OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION^
CHARLESTON. SEPTEMBER 15,1871.-The
Executive Board will meet mis DAY, at 12 o'clock
M., at Market Hall.
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. D.,
SOUTH CAROLINA BENEVOLENT AS?
SOCIATION,-The members or this Associa?
tion are requested to alt eu d an Extra Meeting
THIS EVENING, at half pas: 8 o'clock, at the Hall
or the German Fire Company. Peraona desirous
of becoming members or ibis Association, must
make application at the Hail to the Secretary, D.
R. TODD. JOHN J. DRISCOLL,
aepl5 . _President.
ATTENTION 1 CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLUB.-An Extra Meeting or
Sour Club will, be held at the Old Democratic
: alt, corner Line and King atreeta, THIS EV KN
INO, 15! h instant, at 8 o'clock. 1 he Non commis?
sioned Officers will be nominate 1, and, if poss).
bte, el ec ed. The Committee on Uniforms and
Arms will make a good Report.
After the meeting, the S. T. C. will display
By order B. W. McTuRBora, President.
W. M. CONNOR, Secretary and Treasurer.
ANTODTAPARTNER WITH ABOUT
$500 capital, to embark lo Truck Business
for Northern marketa. Address A. J. E., Charlea
ton Postofflce._aep!5 I?
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, aee first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and beat, at BISSELL, No 61 Hasel
street, opposite Express Office. Price $25 to $37.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE COLOR?
ED WOMAN to do housework, attend an
Infant, and make herself generally useful. Re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 6 Cal?
houn street. _sepia
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH,
a small HOUSE, containing fl to 8 rooms,
j situated either In the centre of thu city or near
the linea or the City Railway. Address X. Y. Z.,
at thia office, stating terms, location, Ac.
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
in the Land and Immigration Association
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GART ? CO.
Tickets now ready, will be glad to see my friend?
at the office of Mr. C. CLACIUS, corner East Bay
and Central Wharf. EBEN COFFIN, suo-Agent.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation aa salesman
or clerk In a house In Charleston. He la well and
favorably known thronghoat Eaat Florida, and
can furnish satisfactory testimon?ala aa to char
acter and qualifications. Address J. S. J., NBWS
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady snd trustworthy colored
man, a situation, either as coachman, groom or
porter. Has had experience and can furnish the
very beat recommendations. A note addressed to
"Coachman" at the office of THI NETTS, will
secure prompt attention._July 28
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant roc ms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying at Na 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
INO also famished._maylfl
fftfDspaptri, Maqa-mc*, Ut.
ESTABLISHED IN 1 862.
Reaches every Fireside, and la read by every
merchant, planter, ?nd basinets man In the
County. Is lt not the paper to advertise in r
^ GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
GREENVILLE, a. C.,
Has tne largest real circulation of any paper
in that section. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor and Proprietor.
Q. G. WELLS, Associate Editor.
HE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO.
The oldest and moat popular Paper In the Pee?
To ftc Charleston Adven leers THE STAR offers
special Inducements, lt ls admitted that onr
circulation la the largest by far or any paper in
THE STAR circulates extens.vely In the two
Carolinas, and numbera many subscribers in
Terms liberal Address,
McKERALL A STEDMAN, Editors,
sep7 _Marlon Conrthonse, S. C.
Among thc contents are :
CLOVER ! CLOVER I By D. Wyatt Aiken.
Themes Practically Applied. By Plough and Hoe.
Devon Cattle Xor the Bomb.
Strawberries. By J. P. H. Brown.
How the Factory Helps the Farm.
Price- Single number.26 cen tr
Per annum.$2 (0
For aale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
BALI NG~~S~P RINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
Tuis delightful mountain retreat will be kept
open for the accommodation or those who desire
to leave Charleston until such time as it will be
safe to return.
Board reasonable. Accommodations first-class.
aeplf-8_B. M. Q?ARLES, Agent.
BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Will reopen under new management, August 22
for-the reception of guests.
The spacious building has been thoroughly reno?
vated and newly furnished throughout.
The proprietors have made every exertion to
adapt lt to the comfort and convenience of ita
patrons, and have spared neither patna nor ex?
pense to secare that end.
TWEED A GARFIELD,
QOL?MB1 A HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of thia pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the Statt
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public anti
others seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" la In every respect a flrat-claaa Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Unltec
states. Situated tn the business centre of thc
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy of the aeaaon, both frort
Sew York and Charleston markets, the Proprio
tor pledges that no etforta will be apared to give
perlect satisfaction m every respect.
A nrat-claaa Livery Stable ls attached to thc
QoteL, where vehlclea of every deeariptlon can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend tte arrival and departure ol
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Superlnt*>u.ient.
J. D. BUDDS. Cashier._aprl3-wfm
JpRENCH PATENT MEDICINES. ~
Prepared by Grimault A Co., Paris :
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPUATE OF LIME, a aov
en?/i remedy in phthisis-relieves, Coughs.
PepBlne, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac.
Digestive Lozenges ol tne Alkaline Lactates, a
pleasant and effective remedy for functlonal4de
rangement of the digestive organs.
Troches of Pepsine and Pankreatine.
PURGATIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Oottln.
VOMITIF LE ROY. Pharmacie Cnttin.
Dragees de Santonlne.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma cigarettes.
For sale by Dr. H. BA KR,
may 30 Ko. 13i Meeting H tr PT.
FOR SALE, PRIME SHINGLES, AT No.
9 Vendue Range. PRITCHARD ? HAIG.
JUST ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY, A
fine lot or Saddle and Draft HORSES, among
wtiica are some good brood Mares, and one very
one Ladles' Saddle Pony. R. GRAHAM A CO.,
MUM House Stables. Chalmers street. sepl6-3
FOR SALE, A No. 1 COW, (A'SPRING?
ER,) warranted to give eighteen quarts on
calving. Apply at No. 9. Rutledge street.
BOAT FOR SALE. -A NEW AND
splendid Cat Boar., tn excellent condition,
or 6 tons burden, for sale. Apply at No. 23 Queen
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA
CHINES, or good qualitv, walch are offered
heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
M-enng aud Church streets._rcbll
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS lo large or small quantities.
Price 50 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at thc
onice or THE NEWS._may 18
FOR SALE, BALED AND LOOSE HAY,
In any quantity to salt customers. Applj
at No. 42 Mai ket street or at the Four-Mile Uou-e,
any hour. WILLIAM HO*T. sep4-mtbsl2?
ABARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Woou Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low lor cash, ls nearly
new, cuts 28 Inches, and has an extra knife. K?
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TOE
NEWB Job Pince._?_mar22
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Cseek Swamp,
urangebu-rg District, South carolina, IS miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangeburg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres of land, 238 ol
which ts cleared and under good fences; about 40
acres more cleared, but not under fence-all ol
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance is ?Jrst class Timber Land.
A orst-clasB Circular saw Mill (water,) In order
fur immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all in good condition, stables, barn, Ac, six
(6) framed negro houses In good order, lt also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma
nares, Ac The best or titles can be given. Any
information either in writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. h. BA ER, No. 131 Meet
lng 8treer, Charleston. S. C._Junio
Cost anb Jronnb.
18th Instant, a small Brooch, centalntng an
imam's hair. The above waa supposed to have
been dropped In Cannon street or In Coming
street, near Cannon. A suitable reward wm be
given for its return to the owner, at No. 49 Can
PICKED UP AT SEA.-THE STEAMER
Pilot Boy, on tha 2d instant, picked np off
Kiawah Island, two BOATS, apparently Spanish
One 21 feet long, by ex feet beam.
One 13 feet long, by 4 feet beam.
The owners can obtain same by proving proper?
ty and paying expenses.
Septl3-wf2_RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.
S"T?W"T? B^NT^TOW^NO. 203
EAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A Co. Possession given Immediately.
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at Marsh's Shipyard.
REMOVAL.-THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
removed bis Office from Accommodation
Wharf to North Atlantic Wharf, la office formerly
occupied by Mr. D. McPherson.
sepl Factor and Commission Merchant.
JT'ACHMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHISG, Ac,
Have removed their STOCK for this season only
to FLORENCE, S. C., where they will be happy to
see their friends and customer3._sepl
CORNER BROAD STU ?ET AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS In the United states.
WALKER, KV/v.\S A COGSWELL.
decs niwf _
JJOME SHUTTLE SEWING '?ACHINE
This unequalled MACHINE uses the straight
Needle, makes the Lock Stitch (alike on both
Bides,) and lathe only practical low priced Lock
Stitch Sewing Machine ever invented, and the
best Family Sewing Machine in the market, with?
out regard to price. Price $25 and $87. Call, ex?
amine and compare with others, at No. 181 Ha?
sel street. W. S. BIS SELL.
\ Weeotatm Upholster p.
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac
W . J . TRIM
Has on hand a large and carefully selected stock
of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, Pa?
per Hangings, Decorations, Ac.
CONSISTING IN PART OF :
A fall line of WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin Curtains
Brocha, Reps, Terrys and Satin Detains
AU Wool Damasks and Watered Moreena
French and English Cretonnes and Chintzes
Linen Coverings and Stripes, Bindings, ?c.
Embroidered Plano and Tabie Covers
Victoria, D*lning and Centre Tabie Covers
Tollanettes, Oil Cloths, Table and Desk Coverings
Drapery and Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimps
Gilt, Walnut and Rosewood Cornices
Bands, Tassel Hooks and Picture Nails
Hair, Wool, Cotton and Moss Mattresses
Pew and Pulpit Cushions,
AT No. 243 KING STREET, IN THE BEND.
B. C A fi P E N T E R ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STRUT,
Charleston, S. C.,
will Practice in the State and Federal Courts
IT T E BROTHERS,
NO. 6 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Will make liberal advances on consignments to
them or tn their friends in New York and Liver?
pool. Will also pay strict attention to the fil lng
or all orders fer Plantation and Family Supplies.
GEO. W. WITTE.ARMIN F. WITTE.
LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means or steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
Mg- Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor.
?rorer?s, Cixrnorg, &t.
QEOICE DEM ERABA SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO. oiler for sale Invoice Choice
Demerara SUGARS. aug8-6mo
J) RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI ft CO. offer for sale Prime White
CORN, landina:. _ang8-6mo
gUGAR AND MOLASSES
MORDECAI A CO. oiler for sale Good .'to
Prime Coba and Poi to Rico SUGARS and Choice
Q A N D L E S .
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weighta. _angs-emo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White . Wine, Imported direct from
-gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Hibben, of London, offer for aale Hlb
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
and quarts. _angS-emo
pOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
van?os vintages, In
Cases of one dosen bottles each.
may23 _ .
-yyiLSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
FOR FAMILT AND PLANTATION USE, IN THIS
CITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
WILS O N'S,
Na 8 0 0 KINO ST.
No charge for Packing
Na SOS KINO ST.
NO. 80 6 KINO ST.
All Goods delivered free
No. 80 6 KINO ST.
o' charge to any part,
No. 80 6 KINO ST.
or City, Railroad Depots or
Na 80 6 KINO ST.
Na 80 6 KINO ST.
We are now offering a
Fine, Clear Drawing
T J5 A
At the low price of
Na 8 06 KINO ST.
Ne. 80? KINO ST.
Forty to thirty cents a
Na 80 6 KiNO ST.
pound below other
Na 806 KINO ST.
Na 806 KINO ST.
COFFEES! OOFFBESI COFFEES!
ROASTED AND GREEN COFFEE, of Sil grade?.
RIO, LAGUATRA, MARACAIBO, JAVA, MOCHA.
We are now parching oar own Coffees, and can
Barely recommend them for their fine flavor and
We wish tt distinctly understood that we do not
keep any Ground Corree* on band, preferring to
grind them at the time of purchase, and in the
presence of purchasers, thoa insuring a pore and
Oar Coffees are now considered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold. Give them a trial.
WILSON'S GROCERY, Box No. 383, Charleston.
QHOICE SMOKED TONGUES,
Pig Hame and Shoulders,
Fulton Market Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork and Tongues,
Jost received by
W. H. WELCH,
8. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All Gooda deUvered free of charge, Jon?
ELLLNG OFF! SELLING OFF I
THREE WEEKS ONLY,
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 388 KINO 8TRKBT.
To perfect certain improvements, I am now
offering, AT COST, the large stock in store, con
slating of :
Fine Japanned Walters
Cake and Spice Boxes
Looking Glasses of all sizes
Feather and Hair Dusters
And a general assortment of
These Gooda having been bought at low figures,
will be great bargains to all who have need of
them. Respectably, Ac,
July31 JOHN W. LINLEY.
jyj- O T H E R S 1
For your Children, ase none other than tne
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
lt contains no Anodyne. For sale by the
Manufacturer, ? . DR. H. BAER.
And also to be had at all Drug Stores ?
VAN DEUSEN'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
Th ey S " purely vegetable, safe and sure. Thc
best in nae. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
Na 181 Meeting street,
Wh? ? R?.f A cen*
FINE FRENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
For sale, in quantities to suit purchasers, by
DB. H. BAER,
may26 No. 131 Meeting street.
JJAT! HAT! HAY1
800 bales Prime N. R. HAY. For sale to arrive
per Schooner Jennie F. Willey.
sepl6-fmw3_JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
6000 Backs LIVERPOOL SALT, in large sacks
and goo J order. For sale by
Mg_ BAVENEL A CO.
Q.UNNT CLOTH. ^
60 bales GUNNY CLOTH, In store, and for sale
by WM. GURNEY,
sepll-mwfs North Atlantic Wharf.
Q O T T O N
T I ES.
We are Importers and Agents of Manufacturer,
and having a large stock on hand, offer tho
"ARROW TIE" at lowest market price. We also
are agents of "Anchor" and "Swen's Buckle
Tie," ROBT. MURE A CO.,
sepl-fmwio ,_Central Wfearf.
JAGGING 1 BAGGING ! BAGGING I
160 rolls celebrated EUREKA NEW YORK
HEAVY BAGGING, 46 inches in the loom.
Having been appointed Agents for the sale of
the above named Bagging, we will offer lt on
liberal terms, and in lots to salt parchasen.
Apply to J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
aug2i-mwf_Ko. Ml East Bay.
JEPFOBDS <fc OO.,
Noe. 17 AND 19 VENDUE RANGE,
Offer to the trade the following articles at lowest
loo hhds. Prime Western C. R. SIDES
60 hhds. Prime Westerm Shoulders
100 boxes Winter Cured Salt sides
loo bbls, "A," "B" and Extra "C" sugar
100 rolls Heavy Bagging
76 bbls. Molasses
100 sacks Prime Bio Coffee pr
600 bbls. Fresh Ground Flour
loo boxes Factory Cheese
200 tabs Leaf Lard._aug22-lmoD?o
JpLOUR! FLOUR 1 FLOUB!
As Agent for some of the best mills in North
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Richmond, Va., St.
Louis, Mo., and Chicago, ia, I wonld Invite deal?
ers to examine my stock, which consista of the -*
best brands, FAMILY, EXTRA, SUPER and FINE,
which I offer at market rates.
_ _ J. ?. ROBSON,
No. "8 East Bay and Noa l and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
COPY OF TESTIMONIAL OF ST. LOUIS FLOUR
ST. Louis, March 16, 1871.
This certifies that I am using tn my family
Davis A Emmons's best brand of Plonr, and find
lt equal to any 1 have us?d in a housekeeping ex?
perience or over twenty five years,
(Signed,) JAS. L, BENSON,
J^~A~W SCHOO L\
.UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
LECTURES BEGIN OCTOBER 1ST.
For Catalogues, address
CHARLES & VENABLE,
Chairman of Faculty.
P. P., University of Virginia._aept-imo
The undersigned, Princip?is or the Public
Schools of thia city (with tne permission of the
Board of School commissioner*) propose to re?
open their respective tctoois on MOND?T, the
18th matant, charging a small tuition fee to com?
pensate them for their sar rices, and provide for
the eurent expenses of the Schools. Th? Schoo ia
will be organised and conducted as they have
heretofore been under the former School Board?"
and they respectfully solicit the support of rh?lr
fe no w-citizens lo this effort to co ntl one th?
Schools until arrangements can be made by th?
tchooi Board for reopening them upon their
former basis. ... 3
Application for Information as to terms, stn
bo nude 4* Hy st the respective Schools, between
Ute boars ol sand io A. M., after the ism instant.
A. B? SIMONTON, Principal or th? Normal
School ' *T
C. C. HARBERS, Principal of the Interned!*?*
Department, BL Pnuip Street school.
M. WHITEHEAD, Principal of the Primary De
pari ment, st. Philip street school. .
?8A BELLA BLAIR, Principal of the Meeting
ELVIRA OXLADE, Principal of the Primar]' De?
partment, Morris Street school,
T. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
SUMTER, EL C.
CN D BK THS CABS or
THE SISTERS OF OCR LADY OF MERCY?
The Exercises of thia Institute will be ramm?
ed September 1st.
The Scholastic Year ls divided into two Se**
Mons: The first, commencing September 1st, SSA
ending February 1st.
The second, commencing February ut and end?
lng July lat.
THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
Comprises Orthography, Reading, Writing,
Grammar, Rhetoric, Composition, Ancient and
Modern History and Geography, the French and
Italian Languages, Botany, Philosophy, Chemis?
try, Astronomy and use of Globes, Algebra, Vocal
and Instrumental Music, Drawing and Painting
m Water Colors and Pastels, kc, Ac., Ac
TERMS PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE.
Board, washing and English Tuition.$60 oo
Cse of Instrumr-.t. 2 60 j
Languages, each.io oo
Crayon Drawing, Painting in Watercolors,
Pastel and oils, each.,.io oo
Vocal Music at Professor's charges.
GENERAL RULES. A
Each pupil requires a good supply or comfort?
able clothing-dark skirts for winter-black aUk
or alpaca aprons; if convenient, sliver cap
spoons and fork, marked ; one pair of blankets,
two pain of sheets and pillow cases, ambs and
No nndne Influence nsed on the religious princl,
pies of the pupils; bot to insure regularity, all
mast conform to the general rules of the institu?
The correspondence of the pupils ls subject to
he inspection of the Superioress of the Academy,
but by ..no means restricted aa regards parents or
English Tuition for day pupils per quarter- te,
$8, $12, $16.
Extras aa for Boarders.
For farther particulars, apply to the
SUPERI0RE8S OF THE ACADEMY,
anglfl_Sumter, a O. ^
fJIBUSSES, SUPPORTERS, 4c.
just received, a large asssortment and for sales
DH. H. BARR'S
j Drug Store,