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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1872.
HEWS OF THE DAT.
-Senator Thurman thinks that Greeley will
receive two hundred electoral votes without
counting those of Ohio.
-American families in London have maps
of tba part of the city wherein they reside
printed on the backs of visiting ?ards.
-Senator Sumner has written a letter to
Gardner Brewer, of Boston, coming out in
favor of Greeley and Brown and against j
-As the laws of a country are indications of |
the crimes most prevalent, lt may bi regarded
as significant that by a recent order, flirtation
at West Point bas been strictly prohibited.
-Mr. AvT. Stewart, ot New York, sent lils
check for $25,000 to Hon. Ethan Allen on
Saturday last, and authorized him to draw for j
$76,000 more, if necessary, to aid In the I
election of Greeley and Brown.
-Ic would_seem that the name of Byron ls ever
destined to be associated with scandal. -Lord
Wentworth, the son of Lord Byron's daughter
Ada, has recently advertised in the public1
prints that he will hereafter pay no debts oj
his wife's contracting. Lady Wentworth, a
woman of great beauty, is the daughter of the
Rev. George Heriot.
-A novel case was tried in New York the
other day. It Involved f lie right of a man tb
mortgage a cemetery lot, and the presiding
Judge held that such a transactioncordd not be
considered legal, for the reason that when
cemetery property has on ci been, occupied by
graves it ceases to be regan, ed as a portion ol
the assets of the owner.
-A ministerial decree hos been published
in the Strasbourg OffiC:*! Gazette forbidding
the use of French names for streets in the
city, and giving a list of the new German
ucmes by which they had been replaced. A
clique of anti-German tradesmen have met the
innovation by having the old French name's
painted on their signboards.
-Besides a vigorous letter of Mr. Wallace
Tappan, resigning his position on the Grant]
State committee of New York, the Tribune j
publishes letters from ex-Congressmen Charles
Hughes and Burt Van Horn, repudiating the
renomination. Mr. Tappan has been long an
active and zealous Republican .in New York,
and is the third member of the State
committee who has resigned since the re- ?
nomlnatlnn nf Prpflld^nt Grant. .
-A Washington- telegram ot Monday says
"Hom Alex. McClure, chairman of the Liberal
Republican State committee of Pennsylvania,
passed through Washington to-day, on his
way to participate- in the North Carolina cam?
paign. He brings most favorable reports
ol the political situation In Pennsyl?
vania, and states " that the only re?
maining question ls Just how much majority
the Democratic candidate for Governor will
receive In October. He states that the divis?
ion in the Republican ranks is simply irrepara?
ble, and that nothing can now be done to unite j
the.vote on Hartranft
-This important fact is stated by the New
York Grocer. The individual alluded lo Is
undoubtedly George W. Cb'.ids, :.! the Phila?
delphia Ledger: "It is rumored In the street
that a distinguished Philadelphia banker and
newspaper man-is negotiating for a New York
paper which stands among the most influen?
tial. The sum offered for the buildings,
- presses, paper and good-will of the concern ls
simply "fabulous. The wealth and daring of*|
the negotiator makes the matter a probability,
and, If the parties are in earnest, the sale will
-be consummated. If so, a very marvellous
change will take place In one ot the leading
New York Journals."
.'-Richelieu had finer guards and appt'.r?t?
mente than Louis XIII, and Bismarck's trav?
elling arrangements appear to be on a more
' than royal scale of Juxury and convenience.
A correspondent writes : "Some accommodat?
ing arrangements have been made for the use
of Prince Bismarck's presentation carriage,
rt has the right to circulate freely all over the
State railways and those belonging to all the
raliway companies In every part ot Germany,
without any charge, and must be attached to
any train and drawn up at any station Indica?
ted by the Prince or Princess. The carriage
isdeclaredtobefree from all control on the
part of the raliway officials. It depends en?
tirely on'the Bismarcks' will whether other
persona besides their servants and suits shall
be admitted, and In that case such passengers
sh'ail not be require d to produce the tickets
. they may have taken. The carriage ls so con?
structed that it can be made to run over any
line of rails; and it Is only In Elsass-Lorralne
that some little difficulty will be met with, on
account of the carriage being- dangerously
high for the tunnels." Should the equipage
meet with "some little difficulty" In the last
named province, probably the Inhabitants
wonld not be absolutely inconsolable.
-We see It stated that they are trying In
France to bring some army contractors to
punishment who only contrived to get forty
eight to one hundred and twenty-seven per
cent profit ont of their wares. One of the
chief criminals Is the prefect of a department,
and lt will be interesting to know whether he
is sent to the bulks, or whether the example
of thia free and enlightened country will be j
followed, where those who plunder whole
communities remain outside of penitentiaries,
and those who are plundered are put Inside as
Ku-Klux. Tbe French thus far appear to j
have made creditable progress in emulating j
American enterprise in robbing the public.
Among other things, the official ring in the j
French Department of the Nord ordered and j
paid for slxtv-nlne thousand tents, when they j
had only twenty-six thousand soldiers to pro?
vide for. They supplied rifles that would not J
go off, boots and shoes that wore for two days
only, and tunics for which ten days' wear was
the limit of existence. This would have done
honor to our own shoddy contractors, and If |
snob, practices prevailed extensively before
the Franco-German war, lt is not to be won?
dered at that the military power of France
met with inch a sodden collapse.
-Lovely woman la destined to take her|
part in all this world's affairs, and no mistake.
Ia the north of England and near Ne
as we are lDformed by the local news]
that town, five hundred women reo?
sembled to consider the outrageous
prices of butcher's meat, potatoes ar
The dames and their daughters mai
from every quarter, "carrying banne
blazers (blowers?)-shovels and trays
they sCDUWMd to beat, making a wild
earthly music." A matron by the rc
name of May Heatherington was sun
to the ohalr, and made an animated
She declared that hereafter the womer
pay not more than 7Jd per pound for c
of beef and mutton, and Gd for Inferi?
and a penny a pint for milk. Here a t
voice exclaimed : "I must have milk
balm." But Mrs. Heatherington, wi
spirit of a Roman matron, responde
have a bairn, and I can maire it som
that will answer the same purpose.
lose a bairn it is a reparable loss which
easily overcome." The coolness of tl
mark must lill even'the hard heart of
wiih pitiful wonder. There has been r
heard like it, since Lady Macbeth adc
to her lord the ferocious speech abo
The Old North Slate.
All eyes are turned just now to
Carolina. The election which is. tc
place ia that State on the 1st of Augui
centr?tes attention as the first of the
of strategical battles which are . to wi
with the general engagement for the
dency in November. Both parties a
asnal, sanguine of victory, and each is
ing for that result with unwonted er
asm, owing to ils peculiar bearing upi
Presidential election. In 1867, when
Carolina voted Sn convention or no cc
tioD, one hundred and seventy-four tho
voters were registered, of whom sevenl
thousand wera blacks. The vote polie
about one hundred and thirty thousai
which, in round numbers, sixty tba
were cast by negroes, and the majori
the convention, or on the Republican
was forty-five thousand. In 1868 one
dred and ninety-six thousand voters
registered, of whom seventy-nine tbot
were blacks, and a poll of one h andree
sixty-six thousand votes gave eighteen
sand six hundred majority for Holder
Republican Governor, abd nineteen thoc
majority for the Republican COD 3 ti tu tin
1870 the Democrats elected their cand
?or attorney-general by a little over
thousand majority, but last year the !
agaia gave a Republican majority of
nine thousand, out of a total vote of
hundred and eighty-five thousand. 1
with the lesson of the victory of ?870
the defeat cf 1871 before them, and th
fluence of the infusion of the liberal pr
pie in the campaign, the Democrats I
high hopes of another and more signal
umph, while the Eepublicans, with all
machinery of office at their back, aud
confidence which frequent success alf
gives, profess to be equally sanguine of <
niog the day.
The Triumph. Of Germany.
THE SCHOOL AND THE ARMY IN GERMANY
FRANCE, with a Diary of Siege Life at1
sallies. By Brevet Major-General W.
Hazen. O: 8. A. Pp. 408. New York: I
per & Brothers. 1872.
The story of tbat wonderful Franco-C
man "WK?,' eu cur?rent ?rorn all preced
wars, in its colossal proportions, its magi
rapidity and its stupendous results, 1
hardly be told aright, nntil the leaders vi
marshalled the rival hosts ' in the cont
shall have passed away, with the perso
interests, the prejudices and tbe'jealous
born of that mortal strife. But there 1
features-and phases 01 the struggle wh
can only be truly pictured by living v.
cesses; and General Hazen's book, as 1
narrative of a keen observer and train
soldier, who bad extraordinary opportu
ties for gathering information, and who t
dotted down bis impressions in succin
vigorous and attractive style, is destined
enjoy a wide and lasting prosperity. In t
summer of 1870, the author obtained len
to go beyond the sea, and was permitted
Bismarck and Von Boon to accompany t
German army the following September. ]
accordingly, in company with General Bur
sidelined the headquarters at Ferneres
the close of that month, and there, meetii
Count Bismarck, enjoyed a confidential co
versation, in the course of which the gre
Chancellor gave his own account of ho
Germany declared war against France. Tl
-manner ia which (bis serious action wi
taken was most primitive and practical-1
far removed from tbe solemnity of a Sta
occasion as possible. When the candidat
of the young Hohenzollern for the thror
of Spain precipitated the crisis, lt
King of Prussia was drinking th
water at Ems and Bismarck was at b
estate in Pomerania planting vegetable
in bis garden. He was not dreaming of wai
cor, said, be, were tho German people. Bu
suddenly telegrams came pouring in on hie
from Berlin announcing the hostile dispos:
t ion of the Emperor Napoleon, and the men
acing condition of affairs: Finally; Bis
niarck felt lt to be bis duty to return ti
Berlin. About this time, also, the age?
King, seeing the necessity or confer?nci
with his ministry, set out from Ems for thi
same city. By chance, says Bismarck, al
the returning ones met at the railway sta
tion in Berlin. At tbe station was the Crowr
Prince Frederick William, with a large fol?
lowing of men high in official position, who
had gathered to welcome the king. Already
on their way to the Assembly Chamber, a
passing newsboy startled the crowd by cry
iDg oat that war had been' declared by the
French. The old King, believing that the
news was true, put his hands to bis head,
and with tears ranniog down hlB cheeks, ex?
claimed: "MoBtl, in my old age, aga'n ro
"to war !" A paper was purchased and was
eagerly scanned. Although there was no
actual declaration of war, the paper contain?
ed a dispatch stating that a declaratbn had
been made. But the time for action by Prus?
sia had arrived, and the Crown Prince, anti
French and impetuous, standing just be?
hind Bismarck, whispered in the latter's ear:
"Radical, or nothing." Upon this hint Bis?
marck spoke to the King, telling him that
the Prussian army could easily be mobilized,
and that no occasion bad ever been so favor?
able. The King replied at once that be
would mobilize the army. At this juncture,
the scene, impressive in its simplicity, be?
came dramatic. ''Fearing," says Bismarck,
"tbat the King would retract, I spoke out
"quickly, And in a loud voice, so that forty
"persons could hear me, 'The King haa.de
" 'ciared that he will mobilize the whole
"'army,' and the war minister, who was
.'present, Baid, 'I have heard it, and will at
M ?once give the necessary orders ' The work
"waa how beyond reoair,:and what followed
"you all know. Germany is a peiceful na
"tion. We have a nearly perfect mlitary
"system, but it is for defence and not for
"aggression, and is rendered necessary by
"our geographical position." The conver
s?tion touched Favre'a mission, French
traita, and a variety of other topics. Gene?
ral Hazen waa impressed by the ability and
directness of the Chancellor, and says be
looks ten years older than he is usually rep?
resented. After examining the Held nt Se?
dan, our author went to Versailles aDd saw
King William, wonderfully vigorous for his
age, and careful about his health and dress.
The investment o? Paris consisted of
zone of occupation five miles deep, and
about a mile outside of thc investing forts,
the troop3 being concentrated at several
pointe. The French, on retiring into the
city, ?re censured for having done all they
.should have omitted, and omitted all they
should have done. While Btaying at the
German headquarters, General Hazen noted
the equipment of the men carefully, and
givea a minute and interesting account of
'their food and other allowances aa well aa of
their transportation and ambulance system.
Referring to the artillery of both sides, he
thinks that the Americans have much to ?
leam, and that the application of the breech
loading mechanism to steel guns for field
purposes and rifling for heavy guns are
plainly necessary. He says that the Ger?
man army that assailed France was 1,118,439
slroDg, and gives its composition and a very
fall description of the military system as it
hos been since Frederick the Great and is
now. This is followed by a similarly minute
account of the French army, General Tro
chu's criticism and a detailed comparison of
the United States army system with those of
these two countries. After criticising freely
aDd at length the chief deficiencies in this
country, General Hazen explains the Prus?
sian system of military education, in which
the object is mental discipline rather than
the accumulation of facts, and compares it |
with the plan of education in vogue in
France. His conclusions, in brief, are tbat
the Prussian system is mathematical, that of
France literary; the one thorough, the other
partial ; one presupposing a fair rudimentary
education, the other ignorance. . He takes
occasion to express bis high opinion of West
Point, and declares that the regular United
States army, at th? outbreak of the Confede?
rate war, was officered by better technical
soldiers than any in the world.
The book will, of course, possesp most
interest for military men ; but the narrative
is so stirring and the style so natural and
pleasant that it will be foand agreeable and '
instructive reading for everybody. It may
be obtained at Fogartie's, King street.
WE have received a pamphlet copy of tbe
speech delivered by State Treasurer Parker
in Columbia, on the 5th instant, in defence
of his official acts. We may have more to
Bay of this document hereafter.
The Effects of Ignorance.
The bureau of i du cai ion at Washington ls
about to enlarge Its field ot Inquiry, and has
Just issued two circulars, addressed respect?
ively to keepers ot almshouses and prisons in
ail parts of the United Stales, soliciting in
lormatlon In regard to the causes of pauper?
ism and crime. The inquiries in regard to
convicts cover the following points: Their
nativity, age when convicted, social relations
and habit? and condition ol parents. The
inquiries under the head of "social relations"
are classified as follows: Married or single,
separated from husband or wife, divorced,
orphans or half orphans. Under the head of |
"education," the inquiries are classified: Read
and write; read only; no education; element?
ary education; collegiate and professional.
Particular stress Is laid in tho circular upon
the necessity of obtaining full Information as
to the educational condition and previous
social standing of the criminals and paupers,
and the Importance of arriving at correct
results ls emphatically urged.. This investiga- j
Hon should be aided by all persons Interested
in education, since it will undoubtedly prove
that, In the majority of cases, ignorance is the
great cause of poverty, degradation and crime.
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STREET BROTHERS ? 00.,
^THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
and Distribution of Premiums of the Catholic
Parochial School will tafee place THIS EVBNINO,
.t the Hall of the Catholic Institute, at hair-past
7 o'clock. July26-i
^gy OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
TOE CHARLESTON JOIST STOCK. COMPANY for
the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum:
CLASS No. 69-WEDNESDAY MORNING, Inly 24.
CLASS No. so-WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 24.
Witness my hand at Charleston, S. 0,, 24th day
July, 1872. A. MOROSO,
jaiy20 Sworn Commissioner.
pB* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit or the Free
School Fund-Official Raffle Numbers:
RAFFLE CLASS No. 621-MORNING.
RAFFLE CLASS No. 622-BVBN?KG.
As witness our hands at Charleston thia 24th
day of July, 1872.
July25 Sworn Commissioners.
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1872.-For the accommodation or my patrons and
the public I have opened the Stables at the Point
House, and can accommodate you with genteel
Carriages and Boggles, and both gentlemen and
ladles' fine Saddle Horses for pleasure riding on
the Beach. A. WILSON.
?3* PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITU
TION.-All Deposits made this month will draw
interest from the 17th Instant.
HENRY S. O RIOOS,
SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDEB
SIONED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's Island, ls now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those intending to locate there
during the summer 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.
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1872.-During my-absence from the State, Messrs.
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^"NOTICE. - GREENVILLE AND
COLUMBIA RAILROD OOMPANY.
The State, ex Relations the Attorney-General
Plaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia Ball
road Company, Defendant.
JAMES O. GIBBES, JAMES R. PRINGLE and
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bia Railroad Company abd others, Defendants.
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Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Judge or the Fifth
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report, among other things, the amount of In?
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BP.E CLUB.-Meeting at Mills Honse Tais
EVENING, at s o'c ocr. Business of importance.
General attendance requested.
By order of tue President. julyM
THE CENTRAL LIBERAL REPUBLI?
CAN GREELEY AND BROWN CLUB will
hold Its Regular Weekly Meeting THIS EVENING,
Jury 26, at the Hall ^uthwest corner Meetlug
and Market Streets, en; rance on Meeting street,
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will be ponctuai In attendance.
J."EVANS BKITION, President.
MOULTON EMBRY, -Secretary._Jniy26
W"~^STEb" BY X1?OLOR?D LAD, ?
situation as light porter or to attend to an
omce. Address J.J. B,, Naws office. Julya6-l?
WANTED BY A LADY, TWO ROOMS
pleasantly located. References if requir?
ed. Address O. D., Charleston Postofflce.
SUMMERVILLE. - WANTED, OCCU?
PANTS, as private boarders, for three floe
rooms. Apply to B. L. W., No. 41 Hayne street.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
girl to do housework. Apply, with ie
commendatlons, at No. 4 Church street.
. jaly26-l? ?_
LEFT BY "G. W.," AT MUSIC STORE,
lei Ring street., over a year ago, a GUITAR.
Unless' the .owner calls for lt by Saturday, lt will
be sold to pay expenses._ Jniy25-l?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A HOUSE
Servant (male) Apply at this office..
ALADY COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
usual English Studies, Music, French and
?.attn, wisiies a situation os TEACHER in a fami?
ly, or would take a School, deferences given.
Address Miss P. E., Adalrsvllle, Ga.
WANTED, A GOOD SAWYER, TO
work at Palmetto Saw Mill, 19 Mlle Torn
out, s. C. Railroad. Apply to PEAKE A MILES,
Central Wharf, Charleston. ?. 0. Jnly23-6
WANTED, A GERMAN GIRL TO
Cook and Wash for a small family of
three persons. Good references wanted, and
good wages paid. Apply at No. 19 Rutledge
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
Snolle institution, or as private tutor in a family,
o 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 aa pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., it the office of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
Lire Policies, losnrlng the lives of partners In
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount insured forjs paid to the Rorvlvlng party.
It - also insures .husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
FOR SALE, A GOOD SEVEN TO
eight tons FLAT, but little used. For sale
low at EVE R'S Wood Yard, Gadsden's Green.
JF. LOPEZ, WHOLESALE AND RE
. TAIL dealer In FISH and GAME. Dinner
Fish can be bad by leaving orders at STAR
STALL, Lower Marker-_ july22-4
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. h.
LUNSFC-RD. Smith street, north of Wentworth.
TO RENT, THREE FINE ROOMS WITH
large piazza, cistern and well or water on
lot. Apply at No. 29 Hasel Btreet. Jnly26-l*
STORE TO RENT.--TO BENT, FROM
16th September, that large, well-known
ai ORK and DWELLING, KO. 326 King street, now
occupied by MeBsrs. Menke A Muller. For terms,
apply at Paint Stoor one door above. July26-3*
TO RENT, TWO AND A HALF STORY
House, No. 29 Mary street, near Meeting
street. Also. Brick Kealdence No. se Beaofaiu
street, west or Rutledge and opposite the Park.
H. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Brokers, No. 33 Broad
street. ._. _Julv26-thB2
?KOR RENT. A DWELLING HOUSE IN
Coming street, contalnlug roar Rooms, Gas,
with large Cistern and gcod well of water. For
terms apply to WM. H. DAWSON, Real Estate
Agen', No. 65 Broad Btreet._Joly?3-6
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
. and George streets. Most central ano
oest business stand In the cltv. Apply at
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 20 BEA UFAIN
street, jost painted ami repaired throughout.
[ Apply to THUS. FROST, No. 64 Broad street.
TO RENT; THE INGRAHAM HOUSE
corner of Wentworth and Smith arrec?s
House and premises In good order, with fine els
tern. For further Information apply to S. B.
PICKENS, S. 0. E. R. Office,, corner of King and
Ann streets. jnlyS-stnthlmo
?o6t ano if anno.
LOST, ON MEETING STREET, AN
envelope addressed ro Mr. S. E. Welch. The
tinder will confer a favor by leaving lt with Mr.
Welch or at tola office. _jniy26
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.-STRAYED
from the subscriber, at Monck's comer, on
j Sunday, 21st mst.int, a Black Mare-Mule, with a
\% scar on the forehead like a wait. Has a braise
on the back from the saddle; also, two lumps ou
her back near the hip- Was seen on Monday
near Calamer'a Pond. A reward of Ten Dollars
rill be paid for her recovery- If found near thc
cltv she may be lett at Christopher's stables,
JAMES GI LUNGS,
Joly24-3 _Monck's corner.
REMOVAL.-WE BEG LEAVE TO IN?
FORM our mends, patrons and the public
generativ that we have removed our S ock of
Family Groceries, Wines, Ac, to No. 127 Meeting
street lo conjunction'with our branch Store No.
129 Meeting, corner of Market street, where we
will be pleased to servo them.
MARTIN A MOOD,
July25-7 Socceasors to late E. E. Bedford.
Couarmcrstjips ano ?DissoMtioni.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
With him In business Mr. CHARLES R.
VALK. The manufacture or Engines, McCarthy
Gins and Machinery In general, will hereafter be
carried on under the name and firm of SMITH A
TALK, at the old stand east end Hasel street.
Jun26-lmo J. RALPH .-AIITH. I
THREE WEEKS AFTER DATE APPLI?
CATION will be made for renewal of Cer?
tiorate o' 158 Shares of Planters' and Mechanics'
Bank Stock, standing In the name or Trustees
Shirra's Dispensary, the original having been lost.
Charleston, Joly 8,18T2. jaly4-tb3
By those who have seen them, are the following
three Books, already popular, although the first
has jost issued from the Press.
By L. 0. EMERSON & H. it. PALMER.
400 pages. Fine Singing School coarse. Large
collection or the best Anthems aud Tones. 20,000
copies already ordered. The Banner Church
Music Book of the Season. Price $l 6C, $13 60
per dozen. Specimens sent, post-frece, for the
present, for $1 25.
SPARKLING RUBIES !
By A. HULL A H. SANDERS.
Beantirol Sabbath Sohool Sluging Book. No
sleepy tunes or words, wide awake Bongs by
wide-awake authors. Price 35 cents.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP!
By ASA HULL.
210 pages. Remarkably good for Vestries, and
for UBB lu Prayer meetings. Small, very clear
print. Large number of the most popular tunes.
Price 60 cents.
0LIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON & CO., New York.
?roceriea, Ciquors, Sf t.
gULLIVA?Srs ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISL AND E BS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS.!
FOR THE ISLANDERS t
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
8. H. WILSON A BRO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to sqcbof the
Islanders BS patronize them, at their respective
homes oh tue Island, without extra charge.
We shall taxe pleasure in taxing charge of an;
gooda bought in Charleston, not In oar line, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any orderB eutrasted to our care, either in our
line of business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER TOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
? IN CHARLESTON,
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE" UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
8. H. WILSON 4 BRO.,
No. 306 RINO STREET, OHARLKOTON, S. 0.
20 bales BORNEO CLOTH' of superior quality.
For sale by W. B. SMITH A CO.,
NEW CATALOGUE. NO. 28.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, by J.
0. Shalrp, $1 60.
Sbalrp'a culture and Religion in some or their
Relations, $ 126. ?
Lange's New Volume, the BOOK of Kings, $6.
Deau Stanley; History of tho church or Scot
land, $2 60.
The Desert or the Exodus, journeyings on Foot
in tho Wilderness of the Forty Years Wan?
derings, undertaken lu 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 or Tarsus, an Inquiry Into the Times and the
Gospel or the Apostles or the Gentiles, $160.
George B. Woods, M. D., LU D. Historical and
Biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac,. $6.
Women Helpers in the Church; their Sayings and
Doings. Edited by William Welsh, $1 60.
Robert and William Chambers ; Memoirs and
Autobiographical Reminiscences, $160.
The Autobiography of Stephen Collins, M. D., $1.
Annual Record of Science and industry for 1871.
Edited by Spencer A- Baird, $2.
The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a
period oi 140 years, by Wm. L. King, $2.
Astronomy and Geology Compared, by Lord
Thc student's Own Speaker, a Manual or Decle
matlon and Oratory, by Paul Reeves, $1 26.
Stakespeare, edited, with notes, by Wm. J. Roi re,
A. M. The first four parts of this unique edi?
tion of Shakespeare, coxnprlstnir Mercnant of
Venice, The Tempest, Henry VIII, and Jallos
Cesar, boondin one handsome Volume, with
Aldlne Edition of the Poets, to be completed in
iii ty-two Volumes, at 76 cents.
Merry Maple Laves, or a Sommer in the Country,
by Abner Perk, Humorous illustrations, $2.
THE LATEST NOVELS.
LORD KILGOBBIN, by Chas. Lever, cloth $160,
papt r $1. Acil's Tryst, paper 76/j. A Miller's
story of the War, or the Plebiscite, by one of
the 7.600,000 who voted Yes, (from the French
of Erckmann-Chatrian,) cloth $i 25,paper 76c.
A crown for the Spear, paper 7?c Baffled
Scbemea, paper 76c The Cancelled Will, by J
Miss Eliza A. Dopey, paper $160. Eleonore,
/rom German or E.'von Rothenpels, by F.
Elizabeth Bennett, cloth SI 26. Her Lord
and Master, by Florence Marryatt, paper 60c.
Grif, a Story of Austrian Life, byB. L. Far
geon, paper 40c. Petronel, by Florence Mar
ryatt, paper 60c. A Bridge bf Glass, by F. W.
Robinson, paper 60c. Married Against Rea?
son, by Mrs. A. Shelton Mackensle, paper soc.
Albert Lune!, 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. Hewers, M. A.,
$176. Seven Months' Run Up and Down
and Around the World, by James Brooks,
$176. Three Centuries or Modnrn History,
by Charles Duke Yonge, $1. ijanot's Natural
Philosophy for general readers and yoong
persons, translated with the author's sanc?
tion, by E. Atkinson, $3.
j)W Persons residing In the country will please
bear In mind that by sending 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
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,)
apras-tnthn_Oaarleston. S. O
rp T. CHAPEAU &TlTo7,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFI0E No. 173 EAST BAT,
OHABLBSTOK, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for Crude.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
rebe_smith Street, north or Wentworth.
VX SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
une of machines allowed, gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, rrom 9 A. M. to 2 P.
M., at the Depository, Chalmers street. j unie
JJ AY 1 HAY I HAYI
aa bales Selected Cot HAY. For sale by
Jnly25-1_" ROACH A MOFFETT.
JQO?BLE ANCHOR BAGGING.
600 Roll* and. Half-Rolls, erst and second qaal
Hy. Forsaleby ROACH A MO* FETT.
JRON TEES FOR BALING COTTON.
A supply nov? oo hand of the UNIVERSAL TIE.
ROACH A MOFFETT, .
.Jntyg-i ... _?_Agents.
jg.T?RLAPS, TWINE, CBMENT.
- - bales and pieces Burlaps
. 2 and 3-ply TWINE
. loo bbls Cement.
July24-1 . ROACH A MOFFETT.
rjlEASl TEAS I TEAS I
Jost received, choice lots of Oreen and Black
TEAS, at reduced prices.
MAR IN A MOOD,
129 Meeting street, corner of Market.
PKB 8CHO0NBR STRICKLAND
8600 bushels MARYL *. WHITE
1610 bushels White Western
2500 bUBhela Western Mixed.
3000 bnsheis st. Charles White
130 bales Kentucky Timothy Hay.
ggg} b' WM? H. JONES A OO.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE- BBAfr
DY, D? U. 8. -BONDED STORES. . >
A.TOBIAS'SONS, No. 110 EAST "BAY:
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
Tarions vintages, la
Quarter casks . ~,
Firth casks *
Eighth caa ks
Oases ol one dozen bottles each, . .
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. lio East Bay, offer for
Bale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
FALKIRK ALE.. ,
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East, Bay, offer rot
sale an lavotee of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, in Pinta. MORDECAI. A CO. ,
JpOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer fox
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, tn strong
packages._MORDECAI jj OO.
J) RIME WHITE OORN. . ;;y
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacks.
_ MORDECAI A 00.
?JHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.. No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di
rect from Factory in Havana. .. -
^PAMANTINE O^N'?Lj?!B,R *
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale -
by -, ATOBUS'^OHS.
febas-emoB_ ' ' *
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION.'? OP
Jnst received, a large supply of the above. Each;
bottle contains four pounds or the best Beet ex- -
elusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm*
water; also can be taken with CodUver Oil, randi
destroys the taste of the OU. ' . -
The only food foiydellcate children. 5?
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Beef," -
heretofore offered to the public, as will be found.'
upon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BAEK,
Jut No. ni Meeting street' -'
Q O A Ll O O A LL ;
. 260 tons Superior R. A. Egg COAL
110 tons Superior R. A. Stove Coal
64 tons Superior R. A. Not Coal '
60 tons Superior W. A. Broken Coal.
Landing and for sale at reduced prices by.
WM. JOHNSON, c
Jnly24-8 No. a Wharf street:
gHOULDERS 1 SHOULDERS ] .. TZ'?
20 hhds. No. 2'smoked SHOULDERS.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE,.
Joly20_ .. x . . Kerr's Waart ,
?JORN, OATS AND HAY.
6000 bushels Prime WHITE MARYLAND CORN
1600 bus hete Ye How Corn . c
J000 bushels Feeding Oats
soo bales North River and Western Hay. , "uti, i
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
jolyl8_._. Km's WnarCv- "
J^IQUORS AND CIGARS.
Having removed to No. 818 King street, and
laid Ina large stock of WHISKEYS,.BRANDY, -
GIN, WINE, CIGARS, Ac, we are now prepared
to sell a pure article at very low prices, for baan.; >
Give us a call and examine our stock. -. . .
BYBNE A FOGARTY, '
Jolyn No. 318 King street. Opposite Liberty.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOB. 606 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale of their immense '?took of
SILVERWARE, . y ~yx
nring the anmmer months. AU goods will be
[ sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lose the business. tonio
fflmaf, (Eiitmuan, Ut. :
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
MATIC SYRUP. 0
Warranted under oath never to nave- failed to
core. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials or core,
tnoiudlng Rev. c. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of- Schuylkill. PnUadelr
Sala; the wire of Rev. J B. Davis, HUrhtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Or?ele?, .member con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Seoator Stewart, Baltimore; .
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money reiuudedV
DR. GEO. OAULIhR, Agent,
Jolyl-lyr_charleston, S. C.
LEG ANT AND RELIABLE FREPAR
X? ATIONS. . -
W. B. WAR N E.R A CO.,
Offer the followmg assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a po werra: Alterative'
and Tonic '
Comp. Phosphorus1 PIUS, for Impotence, Lota or "
Nerve Power. Ac. '
Elixir Cinch?n ta Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferra ted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Stroyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or fAemical Food"/
Syrup of Hypophosphltes (for Consomption,Bron?
Lozonges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, chaining Vanilla, Tola, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Como. This ls a new and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls tuerai as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration. Indigestion, Chlorosis, AC
Ellx. Valerlanate of strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beef, Wine and iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of children and
delicate ladles. _ - _
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture alon line of Fluid Extracts and t
sogar-coated Pills, all of which are to be had at 4
Manufacturer's Prices, or
IIB. H. BAER, NO. 181 Meeting street,
mcnoS-d?wemoa Charleston, s. o.