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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1871.
NEWS OE THE VAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 14jal4?.
-Tbe New York cotton market closed quiet
and steady at 19j cents for uplands; sales 1538
-In Liverpeol cotton closed active; uplands
9*s.9Jd, Orleans 9$a9Jd; sales 18,000 bales
-A fire at Helena (Montana) yesterday de?
stroyed the postoffioe and several adjoining
buildings. Loss $75,000.
-A very Interesting testamentary warfare ls
being waged in New York by a knot cf rela?
tives who have been cut off without a single
one of the five hundred thousand dollars In?
volved. The tacts In the caso tue ihat Mrs.
Martha P. W?rz died In Nice, France, on ihe
8th of last January. She 'elt an estate of
$500,000. In November. 1SC\ she made a will,
in which she bequeathed Small amounts to a
number of benevolent societies in the United
States, but the great bulk ot her property to
Charles Pemberton W?rz, a nephew. She had
a considerable number of other relations, to
whom she devised not a dollar. Three of them
now contest the will, their most important
point being that Mrs. W?rz bad executed her
testament according to the laws of the United
States, although she died In France, and made
the will in that country. This would render lt
null and void so far as ber personal property ls
concerned. Io the body of the will, however,
she declares that she always regarded this
country as ber home. The case is quite com?
plicated, and promises to puzzle the brains of
the lawyers for some time to come.
-A musician employed at one of the London
theatres possessed a splendid ebony flute. He
seldom used it, however, inconsequence of the
upper holes being Imperfect. This muslcnn
had a lodger who worked for the theatre. A
strong friendship sprang up between the two,
but one night, while the musician was away at
the theatre, the flute was stolen, and suspicion
Mt upon an old woman who used to do house?
work. Nothing, however, tended to show her
guilt, and. the matter was at last dismissed and
forgotten. In a few months the tailor lett the j
bouse and the musician moved to another town
bnt their friendship lasted. About a year after?
ward the musician paid the tailor a visit, and
found him In possesiion of a beautiful bull?
finch that conld distinctly whistle three tunes.
the performance was perfect, with this excep?
tion-whenever he came to a certain note, he
Invariably shipped li and went on to the next.
Bot little reflection convinced the musician
that the note in which* the bullfinch was Im?
perfect was the very one which was imperfect
on the ebony flute. So convinced was be that
he sharply questioned the tailor, who confess* !
ed having stolen the flute, and that n'l the bird
knew was learned from the same Instrument.
-A very well-defined and comprehensive
programme has been prepared and issued by
the EcgMsh Republicans. Tbey state their ob?
ject to bc "the attainment of the highest
standard ol political and social rights for man.
and the production ol the intellectual, moral
and material welfare cf mankind." The means
to realize this object are set down as-"1.
Application of the lederation principle to al
Republican Slates. 2. Abolition of aristocrat io
titles and privileges. 3. Suppression of all
monopolies. 4. Abolition of standing arm?
ies. 5. Compulsory, gratuitous, secular
and industrial education. 6. Obligation ol the
State to provide suitable employment lor all
.citizens able to work, and sustenance for the
Incapacitated; none to live upon the labor of
others. 7. Nationalization of land. 8. Direct
legislation by the people." Among the mean- j
adopted to carry ont the principles will be the ?
establishment of a high court ol republican |
equity, under the name of the Republican!
Areopagus, which shall Judge all violations f
the lawB of humanity and the rights of mm
committed by crowned heads, statesmen, par?
liament?, law courts, ?cc. If this high o?rt
shield do its duty, lt will be kept busily em?
ployed in announcing decisions.
-Most Interesting are the reports and-ex?
periments ot Mons.eur Ville, professor ol' vege?
table physiology, which have been conducted
for more than twenty years past at ihe Jardin
des Pianies, in Purls, and, subsequently, on a
much larger scale, at the late Emperor's
model farm at Vincennes. These experiments
were undertaken for the purpose ol' ascertain?
ing so many fads as possible lu relation to the
phenomena of vece:able life. The growth of
plan's was watched and studied from day to
day, the amount ol'air and water fed to them
accurately measured and recorded, the con?
stitution of the soH in which they were plain?
ed fully known, and nothing lett uncalcolated
and unmeasured, except that subtle principie
which we call vital loree. These analyse?,
conducted through that long series of years by
a man who has given his whole energy and
life lo the subject, have proved the presence lu
plants ol fourteen different elements-carbon,
hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sul?
phur, chlorine, silica, calcium, magnesium,
sodium, potasium, Iron, auil manganese. The
plan adopted by M. Ville was 'to use an Inert
substance, Filch as powdered glase, or calcined
sand, in wi?mh to sow the seeds, and to waler
and nourish them willi solutions containing
the metalloids and salts of the metals-oxides
in such forms that they would be .ikely to be
assimilated by the plants. An analy^sof dead
plants showed whether tiny particular elements
wereassimilated,an>l hence determined wheth?
er they had been supplied in a proper lorin or
not. For all that, ihe determination ot the
compounds entering into the con-titution ol
plants, which was twenty years ago almost im?
possible, is even now, wiih vasily improved
apparatus and long experience, a most delicate
ami difficult muleriakiug.
-Later advices from New Castle-on-Tyue
give inU-resting particulars of ihe recent de?
monstration among the workmeu iu that
region. The mass meeting on the moor, a
few days ago, was prefaced by a piocessicn of
the sinkers through the streets. Many for?
eigners- Gf maus, Belgians and French '-Com?
mune men"-were also iu the procession, and
made speeches on the moor. They were
greeted willi hearty cheers. Notwithstanding
their alleged grievances, the roeu behaved
then, and have behaved since, willi admirable
good Bense am! patience. They are evidently
of a superior order of mechanics. A curi?
ous feature of this strike, as conduct?
ed by me maalets, is lue Kind ot hands
lhey have Imported into Newcastle. Among
the Belgian bands are many of the men
who fought for the ' Commune," and who
escaped irom Paris before the Versaillists ar?
rived. These men not only reluse to work for
their nc? Tory employers, but give advice of
the Karl Marx and International Society qnal
tty to the Tyneside men on strike, who are
told that they ask too little and put up with
too much. The Communists are scandalized
at being protected by police with wooden
truncheons, saying they know the u?e of the ?
musket and bayonel, and are quite able to
protect themselves. They do not care for
women hooting at them, or men either, and
are anxious to take the field on their own
account. Others understand the English mode
ot fighting within the law, and fighting
with it; but such advice as these fierce Union?
ists of Creuzot and Paris are giving upon the
Tyneside ls very surprising, especially since
lt ls the Tory employer who has brought these
desperate artisans to England, paid their ex?
penses over, given them higher wages than he
' gave his own men, and clothed them into the
bargain. The masters seemed demented. It
was known that Sir Wm. Armstrong is in favor
of an unqualified arbitration, and that time
and wages shall all be referred to such arbitra?
tion if the men w iii consent and acceptable ar?
bitrators can be found. But the masters de?
termined that this shall not occur, and the
men were kept in ignorance of the proprj
We print to-day a second paper upon Ed?
ucational Reform, in which the writer de?
linea and explains the duties of properly.
It is a lay-sermon upon the text that those
who have received mach, owe much to soci?
ety in return.
A Curious Hlntory.
Of Isaac Bult, who has just been elected
to the British Parliament, from Limerick,
Justin McCarthy gives the following inter?
esting sketch in his last London letter to Hie
New Y irk Evening Mail: '-Long years ago,
when most of us were boys, Butt distinguish?
ed himself as an opponent of O'Connell's.
He was a professor of political economy and
a lawyer. Then he suddenly flashed into a
genuine renown as the defender of Thomas
Francis Meagher, in the Irish Slate trials of
three-and-twenty years ago. Then, and
since then, I heard him ofien, and, I think,
allowing for all the defects arising from an
impulsive and irregular nature, and an ex?
uberant physique, he was one of the most
eloquent and persuasive speakers I have
ever heard. He bad a magnificent voice,
none the worse for its rich depth of sono?
rous Irish accent, and be bad tushing
eyes that reminded you of the descriptions
of Robert Barn?. He was anything but a
handsome man ; bis face looked like that of
a negro-blanched; but his eyes, his voice
and his powerful frame lent bim dignity and
something like grandeur. I think in his
l?Bt days be mast have somewhat resembled
Mirabeau. He was at this time, although
he defended the Irish prisoners, a Tory and
a Protectionist. He was taken up by the
English Protectionists, and became the pet
orator of their great meetings. Through
this interest he entered the HouBe of Com?
mons os the representative of an English
Tory borough. Gradually be renounced
Toryism and became a Liberal. But mean?
while he was falling fast into ruin. He lost
his practice at the bar, because no one
could trust him to keep his engagements.
He became renowned in London as a gam?
bler, a spendthrift, a scapegrace of every
kind. I shrink from saying to what depths
of degradation sank this richly-gifted, gen?
erous man. At last he disappeared from
Parliament and from society. He was past
the prime of life, and every one regarded
him as gone forever. But after some years
he tamed up again, resumed the practice of
his profession in Dublin, and was said to
have pat aside wholly the errors-not of his
youtn, but o? his well-eatured years. He
became ibo most conspicuous advocate of
the Fenian prisoners, end, unlike most very
eloquent pleaders, Ben is a profound and
a wily lawyer, as well as a persuasive, pow?
erful orator. He eoon recovered his for?
feited popularity, ard bas, I believe, welr
.nigh regained hie ?place in society. If be
goes into Parliaatrent again, and becomes
the leader of the Irish Nationalist party
there, he will lead to tbat party a force and
a subtlety which it now badly wants. Set?
ting aside Gladstone and John Bright, of
course, I know of no man among the Eng?
lish Liberals to 'be compared for eloquence
and capacity with big, fervid Isaac Butt. lt
he really does ?et out in a new career every
one will wish'bim weil. The man never, 3
think, bad an-enemy, even among the credi?
tors whom fee neglected, and the cabmen
whose fares 'he sometimes would not pay.
After all, hexstili has time to make a name,
for, although he was a distinguished man
live and thirty years ago, he is not sixty
years o?d now. He begin life soon and
lived many 'lives. Perhaps he will lind his
rea! carver now at last."
Matrimony In France.
A curious IFrenchman, Ernest Cadet :&y
name, has recently been examining the
matrimonial -statistics of France, and the
examination baa developed some singular
In 17?4, there was one marriage to every
108 inhabitants; sn 1841, one to every 121
inhabitaats, and io 1870, one to every 127.
A3 the arts, appliances and principles of
civilization are supposed to have materially
increased during the past ninety years, this
exhibit 8howstliat frem a French standpoint,
at least, advancing wealth, 'refinement and
knowledge do not lend to assist matrimony.
M. Cadet also hods that in 1841 the num?
ber of illegitimate children born in France
was 74,000-it is now 77,000. Moreover, in
Paris and its immediate suburbs, 88 per
cent, of the births are cutside the pale of
According to the French law, there is no
absolute divorce, a decree of separation pre?
vailing instead. In 1841, there were 1G78
suits for separation begun, and they now
amount annually lo nearly 2000. Assuming
from Hie figures given above that there are
300,000 marriages a year in France, thi3
proves that one in every hundred are so
miserable that the pair seek through the
courts to return to single blessedness. How
many separations occur without any legal
formality cannot be ascertained, but if M,
Cadet's 6tallstic3 be correct, we may safely
estimate that one out of every fifty French
marriages are decided failure?, eo far as hap?
piness is concerned.
TANCRED, OR THE NEW CRUSADE. By the Rt.
Hon. Benjamin Disraeli. New York: D. Ap?
pleton A Co. 1871.
They who desire to know what Mr. Disraeli
was before his band had lost something ol its
artistic cunning, will read with eager interest
Tancred, or the New Crusade. Its glowing,
Oriental style and erotic strain made it the
rage when first published, and, for many
reasons, it is likely to be remembered when,
of Lothalr, all but a biting epigram is for?
For sale at Holmes's Book House, and at Mr.
John Russell's. Pp. 158. Paper 50 cents.
THE HANDT VOLUME EDITION OF DICKENS'S
WORKS. New York: D. Appleton <fc Co.
The third volume of the astonishingly cheap
"Handy Edition" of Dickens's works contains
Martin Chuzzlewit. Fourteen volumes form
the edition, each volume being complete in It?
self. The type, although fine, is clear, and
the binding is substantial. This edition is
Poid at Holmes'sBook House. Price 75 cents
ROOKSTOXE. ByKaiherlne S. MacQuoid. With
illustrations. Philadelphia: J. B. Lipplncott
This may be counted a fair novel as novels
go, although it is rather patchy and bears
plain marks of want of care. The character
intended to be especially striking-Old Kitty
is merely awkward and uncouth, and the
other heroes and heroines (excepting always
the high-strung and unselfish Janet > are pain?
fully unreal. For what they do, they have, in
general, no sufficient motive, and the Deus
ex machina is unpleasantly conspicuous. Yet,
as the moral is tbut ill-gotten goods bring no
content, and that no life is happy which is not
governed by religious faith and trust, the
book will doubtless find many contented
readers. "Rookstone" is not dull, and, al?
though aesthetically laulty, is.otherwjse unob?
For sale at Holmes's Book House. Pp. 145.
Paper 75 cents.
ANNE FURNESS. A Novel. By the author ol
the Sacristan's Household, Veronica, Ac.
New York: Harper & Broe. 1871.
It is a pleasant thing now-a-days to meet
with a novel whose interest depends on the
natural evolution of character, consequent
upon the events of ordinary life. One grows
tired of trap-door9, red-fire and wholesale
slaughter, and it is a relief to take up a book
like Anne Furness, where nothing Is glaringly
improbable, and the required dash of melo?
drama ls suggested rather than expressed.
Where we must have violence and crime, lt is
still best to dispatch our Duncans behind the
scenes. The author of Anne Furness has a
quick eye for personal peculiarities, and all the
characters are well marked. Several of them
are strikingly original In conception. They
stand out in bold relief, and are always in har
mony with themselves-the slight contradic
tions In the conduct ol Gervase Lacer, who dis?
plays a depth of real emotion incompatible
with his deliberate rascality, we are willing to
treat as an oversight. The author is equally
felicitous, and at home, in dealing with the
sweet womanly Lerolne, with quaint Mrs.
Abram, the jealously-loving curate's wife, and
the astonishing Cudberrys of Woolling. There
Is thought and pyschological insight in the
book, and we may warmly praise the dainty
humor with which the author describes the
thoughts and sports ol children. Than Anne
Furness no purer or epritelier novel has been
published this season.
For sale at Holmes's Book House. Pp. 175.
Price 75 cents. ?
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BONDS AND COUPONS
Uncurresi Bank Notes
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Julyll tuttis_No. 26 Broad street.
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which place 1 have removed.
T1LMAN R. GAINES,
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removed his Office from Accommodation
v? uart to North Atlaetlc Wharf, lu ollke formerly
occupied by Mr. D. McPherson.
?sen!_Factor and Commission Merchant.
Q R. HO L M BS,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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DWELLINGS, Aa, Ac,
In the foi lo wing ?rst class Companies:
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Capital and surplus.8a,T08,900
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Capital and surplus.So,o 17.sir?
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Ko. 272 King street.
J. L. HONOUR, Sub-Agent, Eaat Bay.
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN
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ati'i pleasant room*, on moderate terms, by ap
riving at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. may io
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.-THE REGU?
LAR Meeting of your society will be held
i H w (TueBdaj) EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
oct 3 Secretary.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB. -ATTEND
the Regular Monthly Meeting or your Club,
THIS Brumes, at 8 o'clock.
By order. HENRY T. WILLIAMS.
octa-?_Acting Secretary an? Treasurer.
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
AtteBd Regular Monthly Meeting of your
Company, at your Hal', state Street, Tms EVEN
INO, at 7 o'clock. _.
By order. E. G. CH?PEIN,
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 1.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting or your Company will be held at your
Hull in Queen atreet. THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at
S o'clock. E. O'NEIi-L, iecretary pro tem.
PROMPTITUDE FIRE ENGINE COM
PANV.-Yon are hereby summoned to at?
tend your Regular Monthly Meeting, THIS Eva
NiNG, at 8 o'clock, at Liberty Hill.
By order vt President.
OCIG? R. W. BROWN. Secretary P. F. E C.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB. - ATTEND
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i HIS (Tnesdav) EVENING, 3.1 instant, at O'Brien's
Ha l, at 8 o'clock. Membera will please be punc?
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ADGER RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND THE
Regular Mee' in g or your Club at the Armory,
Jonn street, THIS ,ruesriaj ) EVENING, the 31 inst,
at 8 o'clock. A general attendance ia requested,
as basinets of Importance will b; transacted. By
order. A. J. JAOER.
oct 3*_Sr creta ry and Treasurer.
\JT The Regular M nihly Meet.ng of this Asso?
ciation will be held THIS LV.-NING, the 3d instant
at 8 o'clock, at the Hal'. The members are re?
quested to be punctual, as bu-lness of great im?
portance to every member will he transacted.
Od3_J. M. PETERSEN, Ste etary.
SOUTH CAROLINA BENEVOLENT AS?
SOCIATION.-You are hen by summon* d tc
attend the Regular Meeting or your Association
THIS EVENING, at the Hill or the German Fire
Comp my, at 8 o'clock.
MembetB will (.lease be pnnctnal, as boniness of j
great importar c . will be orought up ?or conoide
ration. Ey order.
oct3_DWIGHT R. TODD, Secretary.
(?olb ?onb Baffle.
REMEMBER THE SALE OF THE SIN?
GLE Number Karlie Certificates or the
Charleston Charitable Association, for Gold
Bonds, closes on the evening of October 10.
TTTANTED, A COMPETENT MALE
VT Bouse servant. Rerereuces required. Ap?
ply at this t nie. oct3
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in a desirable locality. Address, with
terms, Ac. P. O. Box Na. 113._ociS-1*
WANTED, A BOY TO ATTEND TO ONE
Horse, and to make hlmseir generally
useful about i be premires. He must be Buber and
honest. Apply at No. 22 Vendue Range, octal
MAN SERVANT WANTED.-WANTED,
a capable and honest MAN SERVANT;
must understand the care of a hurse. Apply at
No. ?4 Wentwoith street. octi-i
ED, FIFTY CARPENTERS, white and col?
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or Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY k CO.
Tickets now read v Will be glad to see my Wendi
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
a Copartnership under the name and style
oi THOMAS A LANNKAU, Agents, lor the purpose
ul carrying on Jewelry, silver and Plated Ware,
Calna, Crockery, t; ass ami Fun y Goods Business,
at No. 289 King street, one door north of Messrs.
>toil, Webb A co., to date from September 1st,
1871. S. THOMAS. Jr.,
WM. S. LANNKAU.
Will open fall and complete stock on or about
the 161 h instant._oct3 tnths3
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm naiue or ROBERT
ai LIKE a ci?, was dissolved un norn ult,, la cone
qnei.ee or the death or Mr. Robert Mme on 1st
WM. J. MIDDLETON. I Surviving Copart
ROBEKT O. MURE, J ners.
The undersigned bava this day formed a Co?
partner.!p under the name or timi if ROBERT
ai URE k LO. for the purpo-e of conducting a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
WM. J. MIDDLETON,
KOBEttT D MURK.
Charleston. October 2.16;l._oct2
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE
this day formed a Cupanuershlp under
the name and style ol WUfLDEN * JOS ks, for
the purpose of earrvlng on the NAVaL STOKES,
COTTON, RICE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, heretofure coadocted by the late
John Marshall, Jr.
W. W. WHILDEN,
D. H. JONES.
Office M?rfhall's wharf, east end calhoun street.
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at NEWS office. oct3
LOST, ANEWFOUNDLAND DOG, DARK
Brown Cuior, tail white at the end, paws all
lour white, white breast and mouth. A libera! re?
ward will be paid If left at No. 332 King stree'.
ASTRAY.-MY BLACK AND TANNED
TERRIER left my yard on last Friday, 15th
instant. Any person having him wll please re?
turn him tome. His ears are handsomely trim?
med, and ls a handsome black and a thick set dog.
He ts accostomed tu tue city, and would return
ho i e of bia own accord ll he was turned out.
IBjgg_E. C. HOLLAND.
Cotton (Eies, (Eins, &t.
rJlHE WINSHIP COTTON GIN,
MANUFACTURED IN ATLANTA, GA.
The h u bier Ibers are the Agents for the sale of
the above Superior GIN, and beg to call t he atten?
tion of Planters to Its merits. Price $4 per Saw,
delivered at any Rullroid station In the Mate.
PELZEK, RODGERS A 00.,
ang2S-2mo8 Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
In good order. Apply at Ko. 0 Chorea streei
APPLES FOR SALE.-ll BB LS. PRIME
North Carolina bUFF APPLES, by R. A.
P..1NOLE, No. 2 Centra1 Wharf._oct3-l*
NEWSPAPERS. -FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Apply at Board or Trade
Kooma, No. 191 Meeting street, novio-m
FOR SALE LOW, A GOOD WORK
MULE, Cart, Harness and License. 0. J.
BECKMAN, Yenning'* Whar.', next East Point
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, or good quality, which are olere;
heap. Call at No. 27 Qceen street, between
M ering aui Church streets._fcoi4
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
?.mee of THE NEWS._may?
ABARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Huppies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low (or cash, ls nearly
tow, cuts 28 inches, and bas an extra knife. Ni
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at Tm
NEWS Job Office. mam
jP O R SALE,
ONE DWELLING, No. l Palmetto Btreet.
one Dwel lng, Nc 7 Ashley Btreet.
One Dwelling, No. '.'33 Coming strteL
One Dwelling. No. "08 King street.
One Tenement Row, No. 32 Line street.
For terms, apply to WM. H. DAWSON,
Real Es are Agent, No. 65 Broad street.
THE HULL AND MACHINERY
STEAMER CARRIE FOR SALE.
The BULL AND MACHINERY of the Iron
Steamer carrie, now liing at the Angusta wharf,
ls offered at private sale. Sealed proposals or
bids may be addressed to lither of the undtr
signet! for the space of thirty days.
Ti:e rlgbt to accept or dec lne any or all bids ls
reserved. B. W. LAWTON,
J. T. BOTHWELL.
J. H. RIDDELL,
Committee vested with right to sell.
Augusta, G ?., September 7, 1871.
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS.-FOR
SALE AT A BARGAIN, FOR CASH DOWN:
House Furnlsi lng Stock in Sparta, Georgia, con
elsting of sliver-Plated a ods, China, Glass and
Crockery, Tin, Wood and Wl.low-Ware, Hard
ware, Ac, wlih complete Store Fix'ures. Brick
Store, 2200 feet ot door n om. situated in the best
business location In the county, and suitable for
the present business, Dry Goods or a Wholesale
Grocery. Lease eight years to run at only $360
Sanslactory reasrns given to buyer for selling
out. lt ls the only Tin shop In ihe County, wun
all new and improved machines. Both Shop and
Store doing a good business. Will be Bold to?
gether or separately. Address E. R. STEDMAN,
No. 2 Nor:hen's Brick ?lock, Sparta, Georgia.
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
orangeburg District, South carolina, 16 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gusta Branch, and 18 ml es from Urangebnrg
Courthouse, on Columbia Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1028 acree of land. 28S ul
which ls cleared and under good rences; abont 40
acres more cltared, but not under reece-all of
which ls first class Cotton and Corn Lands; thc
balance ls Drat class Timber Land.
A nrst-class circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
f?r immediate use, on a constant atream. Lum?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable bouse with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all in good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six
it) [ramed negro houses tn good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma
nures, Ac The best or titles can be given. Any
information either In writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. h. RAER. No. 131 Meet
mg street, Charleston, S. C. Junl6
TO RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS, WITH
large piazza and kitchen. Apply at Ko. 62
Bt. Phillp street, below Caihonn._oct3-l?
TO BENT, A SMALL DWELLING, CON?
TAINING four rooms, tn re<r or lot Ko. 118
calhoun street. Apply at No. 118 Calhoun sneer.
TO RENT, A FARM SITUATED ON
Grove street, opposite Rutledge street for
merlv known as Fraze's Farm. Apply at Mr. J.
F. Sf RECKFUSVS. No. 103 St. Philip street
STORE TO RENT.-STORE No. 203
EAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
stree:, formtrly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A co. Possession glveu Immediately.
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at Marsh's Shipyard.
Sir to ?tablir aliona.
ptOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE-No. 16.
"THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY." The Holy
Bible according to the authorized version (A. D.
1611.) with an Explanation and Critical Com?
mentary and a Revitdun of the Translation by
Blsnops and other Clergy or tue Anglican Church,
edited by F. C. Cook, M. A., Canon of Exeter.
Vol. l, part l. Genesis-Exodus. 1 From the
fulness, fairness, thoroughness and candor with
which all d fflcult questions are discussed, thia
Bible co m men tar) is sure to be sat ls fa cu. ry to
the scholar; while the pUln, ditect and devout
manner la which the meaning or me Sacred Text
ls explained, thoroughly adaptait ror the widest
popumr use, whether In the closet, In the family,
or in the Sunday-school," $5.
Systematic Theology, by Charles Hodge, D. D,
Professor In the Theological Seminary, princeton,
N. J.. Vol. 1, $4 60.
Castllllan Days, by John Hays author of "Pike
Couuty Ballads," Ac, $2.
Hood's Works, complete In 4 Vols, comprising
Prose and Verse, Whimsicalities, Whims, Ac,
Hood's Own and Poems. Up ihe Rhine, $0.
Burton's Anatomy ot Melancholy, Library Ed.
tlou, 3 VwR Mor. Cloth, $5 25.
Isaac Disrea'l, floe Library Edition, edited with
notes by his son, viz: curiosities or Literature,
4 Vols, $7; Amenities or Literatnre, 2 Vols., $3 50;
Calamities and Quarrels ol Authors, ? Vols., $3 5 ;
The Literary Character, $2 25.
Milman'* History or the Jews, from the Earli?
est Period down to Modern Times. 3 Vols.. $5 25.
M liman's History or Latin Christ anny, 8 Vols.,
Tnornwell: The Collected Writings or James
Henly Thornwell, D. D., LL D., edited by John
B. Adger, D. D., Profe-sor of Ecclssiastical His?
tory m the Theological Seminary at Conimbla, s.
C. Vols. 1 and 2. Per Vol. $4
Howe's History of the Presbyterian Church In
South Carolina, Vol. 1, S4
Memoir or Hector Channing, with extracts
fror.i his Correspondence and Manuscripts, 2
Vols., ?3 50
The Vagabonds, by J. J. Trowbridge, with II?
lustrations by Darley, $2 26.
The Rudiments of Colora and Of Coloring, with
the nature or Pigraetirs for the use of decorative '
artists, palmers, Ac, by George Field, $2.
Ttie Heart of ihe Continent; a Record of Travel
Across the Plains and In Oregon, with an Exami?
nation or the Morin, n Principle, by Fitz Hugh
Ludlow. $3 75.
The Hume Friend; a Miscellany ol Amusement
and Ins ruct on, $150.
The Recovery ol Jeiusa'.em, a Narrative of Ex
p oration and Discovery In the City and the Holy
Laud, with an Introduction by Dean Stauley,
Maps and Illustrations. S3 50.
Morris's New Poem-The Lire and Death or Ja
son, a poem, by Wm. Morris, ii 60.
The Earthly Paradise, a poem, by Wm. Moms,
parts 1, 2 and 3,2 vols, each, $2 25.
Specimens or the British Poets, with Biographi?
cal and Critical Notices, and au Essay on English
Poetry, by Thoa. Campbell, a new edlrion. ?3 25.
Prose Writers or Germany, by Frederick H.
Hedge, Revised and Euglarged. $5.
Longfellow's Poeiaand Poetry or Europe, anew
edition, Enlarged, $0.
The Plays or Philip Massinger, with Critical and
Explanatory Notes, by Wm. Gifford, $3 50.
conn's Domestic Medtclne. or Poor Man's
Friend, new and revised e litton. $5 50.
Gnnn's New Family Physician, or Home Books
of Health, with supplementary Treatises on Anat?
omy. Physiology and Hygiene, Ac, with numer?
ous lllustrarlons, $8.
Swiss Piciures, drawn with pen and pencil, il?
lustrations by E. Whymper, $4.
Pictorial Juurney Through the Holy Land, or
Scenes In Palestine, L. H. T. S., $3 25.
The Comic History or England, by A. Beckett
with 20 colored etchings and 200 wood cuts, $e.
The Comic History or Rome, by A. Beckett, il?
lustrated by John Leech, $3 75.
Old Testament Shadows or New Testament
Truths, by Lyman Abbott, illustrated, $3.
Captain Cook; his Life, Voyages and Disco ve
rles, by Wm. H. O. Kingston, $2.
At La-t, a Christmas Story in the West In?
dies, by Charles Kingsley, Illustrated, $2
Second Series of cameos from English History,
by author of "The Heir of Redcliffe," $1 60.
Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Workers in
the Mis don Field, by Miss Yonge, $2.
MW Persons residing in the couutry will pleast
bear in mind that by sending their orders to nf
for any books published m America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay rot
the postage or express.
FOGABTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. c.
gAXT! SALTI SALT! ~~
10,000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, In store. For
sale In lots to salt purchasers.
0Ct8-a_UEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
JJEAVY COTTON BAGGING.
loo rolls "Crown" BAGGING
64 rollB "Doable Warp" Bagging-"Imitation
40 rolla "Single Warp'' Bagging.
Landing and for sale by
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
(903?) PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted /ree
trom all Impurities. Prepared In this city; ami
ror sale at the low price or FIFTEEN DOLL-1RS
per ton, CASH. JOHN H. HOLMES.
feplQ tnths Charleston. S. C.
0 T I C E.
The undersigned la pleased to be able to inform
his nornerons patrons, and the pub:lc generally,
that he has Just returned from an eater ded busi?
ness toar North, where be has worked hard and
used his experience and money to great advan?
tage, in bnylng np at tow figures,
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS,
comprising a well selected and extensive assort?
ment of GROCERIES, Crockery, French China,
Glassware, House Furnishing Hardware, Table
Cutlery, Woudenware. Baskets, and a general as?
sortment of Wlllowware, Wooden and Porcelain
Toys, Stone and Earthenware, besides an inter?
minable list of small articles Indispensable in
every household. These Goods are now b lng re?
ceived from every Steamer and Balling vessel ar?
riving at this port.
He would also slate that ON SATURDAY, the
30th or September, be will open for business that
large and splendid
STORE No. 190 KINO STREET, OPPOSITE
with a Stock; that will oe conatantly increasing
until about the 16th of October, by which time he
expects to have received and arranged the entire
Stock bonght. The business at the Old Stand,
No. 283 KING STREET,
will be conducted with the same assortment, and
similar prices maintained.
49- Look out for future advertisements; bat
call and see us as soon as convenient.
Respectfully, JOHN W. LINLEY,
jnly3l Nos. 190 and 388 King street.
PINET, CASTTLLON A CO.'S FINE
OLD FRENCH BRANDY, guaranteed, at f 8
Pure American Brandy at $4 per gallon.
Old North Carolina Corn Whiskey, guaranteed
pure, at %% per gallon, a specialty.
Together with a general assortment o? WINES
AND LIQUORS, ali of which are warranted pore,
and offered at lowest prices.
W H WELrCH
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market street*.
All Goods delivered free of charge. Jana*
-yjTlLSONS' POPULAR GROCERY.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
FOR FAMILY AND PLANTATION USE, IN THIS
CITY, CAN BE FOUND AT
NO. 3 00 KING ST.
Nocharge for Packing
No. 306 KINO ST.
No. 300 KINO ST.
All Goods delivered free
No. 306 KING ST.
bf charge to any part
NO. 806 KINO ST.
of City, Railroad Depots or
No. 30 6 KINO ST.
No. 30 6 KING 8T.
NO. 8 06
NO. 3 0 6
No. 3 0 6
We are now offering a
Fine, Clear Drawing
At the low price of
Forty to thirty cents a
pound below other
COFFEES! COFFEES! COFFEESI
ROASTED AND GREEN COFFEE, of all grades.
RIO, LAGUAYRA, MARACAIBO. JAVA, MOCHA.
We are now parching onr own Coffees, and can
safely recommend them for their fine flavor and
We wish lt distinctly understood that we do not
keep any Ground Coffees on hand, preferring tc
grlud them at the time of parchase, and in the
presence of purchasers, thus insuring a pure and
Oar Cortees are now cor.aldered by connoisseurs
the BEST sold. Give them a triaL
WILSON'S GROCERY, Box No. 383, Charleston.
?JHOICE DEMERARA SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Invoice Choice
p RI HE WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Prime White
CORN, landina-. _ aog8-6mo
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Poi to Rico SUGARS and Choice
Q A N D L E S .
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer tor sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weights._ang8-6mo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for aale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
?gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents or Messrs. Edward
Jr. George Hibben, of Loudon, offer for aale Hlb
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pm ta
and quarts. augs-flmo
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for aale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
various vi nts? es, in
Cases of one doaen bottles each.
Q3xotexit?, Curnort, &t.
jpLOUBI FLOUR 1 FLOUR !
200 obla. FLOUR-Family, Extra nd Snpcr.
For sale by HENRY COBIA A coi
LEAR RIB SIDES
20 hhds. PRIME CLEAR IUD SIDES.
For sale by HENRY COBIA A CO.
200 Roils XX BAGGING, jost received, Will b?_.
sold at low price. Terms accommodating. An-V
Ply to MO;ES GOLDSMITH 4S0N,
oct2_ Vendne Range.
"yjTOOL ! WOOL ! WANTED.
Highest cash price paid for 20.000 poonds Un?
washed WOOL, rree from burs, and 10,000 ponnda
Wastied Wool. Apply to
M. GOLDSMITH A SON.
pOTATOES, ONIONS, HAMS.
300 bblS. Choice POTATOES-PEACH BLOW,
Early Rose and Jackson White
100 bbls. Red and White Onions
so casks Fitch's Hams, and others.
Lan d lng, and for sale low at reduced prices, by
THE EXTSRI??SE OF THE sljBSCR^
ER'S SCHOOL will he resumed on MONDAY,
ice 2d October. WM. P. DESAUSSCRE.
FBENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND CHILDREN. ,
Mesdames GIRARD A ALEXANDER will re
fume the Fx'rclsrsof their SCHOOL (D. V.) on
MONDAY, October 9th, at No. 33 Bail street, corner
Of Lynch. Av
tor particulars as to terms, Ac, apply aa
THE EXEBCISES OF MISS GIL1-I
LAND'S SCHOOL will be resumed on MoK
I DAT, the 9th instant. oct2-4
THE EXERCISES OF MISS JOYE'S
School for Children will be resumed on MON
DAY, October 2d. at No. 5 King street. sep27
rp HE EXERCISES OF THE SUBSCBIB
_L ER'S SCHOOL will be resumed on MOKDAT,
the 2d of October, at No. 44 Beaufain street. 3
sep20-ia A. SACIITLEBEN.
MRS. HOPSON PIN CK NEY WIlM}
resume the Exercises of her BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladles, on Tura
DAT, October 8d, at No 68 Haael street.
?jyjlSS FRANCIADE WAGNER'S
DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND CHILDREN,
No. 97 TBADD STREET.
The Fall Term will open MONDAY, October 2.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
LECTURES BEGIN OCTOBER 1ST.
For Catalogues, address
CHA h LES S. TENABLE,
Chairman of Faculty.
P. O., University of Virginia, aep6-imo
ST. PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL FOR
B0Y8 AND GIRLS.
REOPENS MONDAY, OCTOBER 2.
Lower Classes 26 cents every other Monday. In
advance : Higher Classes 40 cents every other
Monday, in advance.
Giris taught also Sewing during school hwnrs
with no extra chart?.
For further particulars address
aepie-14 Riv. A. M. FOLCHI. Principal.
"VALLE CRUCIS," NEAR COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
FOB THI EDUCATION OP YOUNO LADIES, TTNDIB
TBS IMMEDIATE soraavmiON OP THI Kau*
QixuBxs or ms UBBDLINB
The ladles of the Uren linc Community, S. C., re?
spectfully announce to their friends, and toTJM
public, that the annual exercises of the A caders j
will commence September lat. Their Instituto
being devoted to the education of youth, aa 1
each member saving received a long and eire.ul
training for that purpose, the uenoo.J under
their charge, aa well in the various countries of
Europe as m America, have never J ailed to win
and retain the confidence ol i arenta and guar?
Nothing wifl be left undone in imparting to the
pupils confided to their care a thorough educa?
tion, in the highest sense of the word-not alone
instructing the intellect, but with maternal cara
balding an 1 training the h ear t.
The situation of the Convent is all that can be
desired for health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capital, and la the mld.-t of an oak grove of
twenty acres. It is within hau* sn hour's drive
from the depot, where omnlbnases and baggage
wagons await the arrival of passenger*. -
No distinction or religion win be made m the
admission of pupils, nor will any undue in ficen ce
be used over their religious principles: bat, fer
the maintenance of gocd order, all will be reqalr
d to attend the exercises of Divine Worship pre?
scribed ror the Academy. ?a. ;
From individuals or societies disposed to aid In
the education or young ladles, applications ror
the admission ol pupils, at reduced terms, will
receive the moat lavorable consideration that
the circumstances or the school will admit.
The Scholastic Year ls divided into two Sessions
-the first commencing September Itt, and ending
February 1st; the second commencing February
1st, and ending Joly lat. * 3
TERMS PEK SESSION-PAYABLE TH ADVANCE.
Board, Washing, Fuel, light?, Tuition in Eng-_
llsh,Needle Work and Domestic Economy.. $160
Pens. Ink and use or Library. 4
Frei ch, Latin, each.'.. JJ
Harp, $30-use of Instrument, $6. ?
Plano, $26-use ol Instrument, $3. 28
Guitar, $18-use or instrument, $2. 20
Voca! Music, (Baaslnl's Method). 16
Vocal Music private lessons. 26
Drawing in crayon.JJ
Painting In Water Colord. 1?
Painting in Pastel. 20
Painting In oils. JJ
Forlurther lutortna.ion. application may be
made to the MOTHER SCPEKluR, io Right Be?.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
ESTABLISHED IN 188 2.
Reaches every Fireside, and ls read by every
merchant, planter, and business man in the
County, ia ft Bot the paper to advertise tn ?
auRl4-2moS _A ?
^ GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
THE MOUNTAINEER, ',
GREENVILLE, S. C.,
Has me largest real circulation of any paper
in that section. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor and Proprietor.
G. G. WELLS, Associate Editor.
rJHE MARION STAR, ,^
ESTABLISHED OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO.
The oldest and moat popular Paper m the Pee?
To the Charleston Advertisers THE STAR offer?
special inducements, it is admitted that our
circulation ls the largest by rar or any paper In
Eastern Carolina. , , ... ._
TUE STAR circlulates extensively in the two
Carolinas, and numbers many subscribers in
Terma LiberaL Address,
MCKERALL A STEDMAN, Hdltort,
BCp7 _Marlon Courthouse, S. a
U RAL CAROLINIAN.
Among tho Contents are :
CLOVER I CLOVER I By D. Wyatt Aiken.
Themes Practically Applied. By Plough and. Hoe.
Devon Cattle lor the South,
strawberries. By J. P. H. Brown.
How the Fact ory Helps the Farm.
Price-Single number.;.3$ cent*
Pei annum.12 90
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
. Publishers. Na S Broad street
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
B BING'S PILE REMEDY.
jaJiritUeb,r Bs. H. BA ER.