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SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1872. -,
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-The Chateau de Monte Christo on the
banks of the Seine, which was bought and
baptized by the elder Dumas, has just been
put up for sale in Paris.
-Iron shingles have been recently patent?
ed, and are said to be less expensive than
slate. They are made about six Inches by
thlrteed Inches In size, and fasten with two
-Prussia will soon have an Imposing navy.
In 1868 she had forty-five war steamers afloat.
At the close of last year tbey bad been in?
creased to fifty-seven, of which six were Iron?
clads. Twenty-nine other vessels ot war, and
among them eleven lro?-clads, are either now
In process of construction, or will be sbortly.
-The MODKS of La Trappe have a clock lo
their large hall of tte convent which ls a
lrlghttully complete piece of handiwork and
mechanism. A perfect human skeleton stands
by the wall, pointing with Ks fleshless fingers
at the hours marled upon a dial, which re?
volves. This p'cture is a hideous one, but
the Monks seo a moral In its existence and a
' lesson lo its death-like certainly.
-John . Harper tells the Long Branch cor?
respondent ot the Commercial Advertiser
that Longfellow is not permanently Injured.
He ls taking his dally gallops now,and will be at
Long Branch August meeting, H?t not to run.
His hall-brother, Littleton, will be In the four
- mlle race, and Harper has a great deal of con?
fidence In bim when matched against King?
fisher, Alvoy, and Monarchist.
-It bas been said that a circle of ladles io
the Faubourg St. Germain, ia Paris, have
proposed the levying of a heavy tax upon
their own dressmakers1 bills, to declare to
government that they are ready to bear them?
selves, and to Inflict upon their sister Paris?
iennes, a tax of ten francs on every one hun?
dred for all dresses costing more than one
hundred francs, for the purpose of aiding the
-The Japanese Government has found lt
desirable to announce that, althone; some
time ago lt granted to men the privilege of
wearing their hair according to their fancy, lt
did not propose to allow any such freedom on
a notification was Issued forbidding them to
cot'their hair short or In any way to depart
_ -irom the old fashion, which becomes them so
-The latest advices concerning the mode
ot procedure of the court of arbitration at
Geneva state thu the case of each ship ls
examined separately. The arbitration next!
decide what principle Is applicable to the case,
by which lt stands or falls. No definite
amount of damages ls yet fixed upon, but,
when the examination of all the cases is com?
pleted, the tribunal will review its separate
conclusions and agree upon the total sum of j
-The Lexington Observer and Reporter
has this comment upon a paragraph which
baa gone the rounds: "Old John Harper, of
this State, the owner of the celebrated horse
Longfellow, that won the great race at Long
Bran oh the other day, was ?<ked why he
named his horse after a Yankee poet. The
old fellow replied, -he was along horse, and ]
for that reason r called him Longfellow. D-n
the Yankee poet-I never heard of him be-j
-It Is stated that the cavalry of the German
Empire are likely soon to be provided with' |
new arms, and that there wilt be other
Changes in their equipment. For cuirassiers
of the first rank lances are recommended simi?
lar to those In use In Russia, and the Uhlans
will bear the same weapon. It ls aleo inti?
mated that the whole ot the cavalry will be
supplied with firearms of long range, because
the sword has been found insufficient, and the
cavalry ought, lt is thought, to be made capa?
ble of Ugh'mg on foot-as, for Instance, when
they are unlined to capture a village.
-An affecting Incident ls told ol the recent
floods In Virginia. A mother and several
children, living on a narrow neck of land ly?
ing between the James River and the canal,
were trying to escape, wben they discovered
^.^auhe bridge, their only means ol safety,
had oeen carried away. They clung to the
abutments till nightfall, the water rising
every hour, and no assistance near them.
They bad been In this condition for some
time, when one of the children felt that her
strength was gone, and with a wild shriek of
terror she exclaimed, "Kissme, mother, fori
can't bold on any longer !" And with the
warm pressure of that mother's lips upon her
cheek, she was swept away and seen no more.
-The Suez Canal, and tbe tunnel through
Mount. Cenls, are events ot the past. The
tnnnel under Mount St. Gothard, though pro?
jected, has not yet assumed that practical
shape which would rank it as ot the present.
Perhaps the most remarkable engineering
' feat now in progress ls the crossing ol the
Andes by the Lima and Oroya Railroad. On
this road tbe mountain chain will be crossed
et an altitude of fifteen thousand feet, by a
tunnel three thousand feet in length, and amid
perpetual snow. Tbe .work ls being accom?
plished by the Cholos Indians, they being the
only workmen who can endure the rarity of
Vite atmosphere at this elevation for a pro?
longed period. The gradient la the steepest
known on an ordinary railway. The value of
tbe road will lie In the fact of Its developing
the mineral wealth stored in these mountains.
The silver mines are especially rich, and
coal bas been .discovered, and will be of incal?
culable wealth In a land where fuel Is BO
>-A queer story cones from France to the
effect that that country Is preparing for anoth?
er war with Germany. A correspondent says
there bas been no peace between those two
countries since the Tall of Paris, bat only an
adjournment of hostilities. The government,
says the same correspondent, is making
strenuous efforts to bring the army up to Hs
fullest capacity; there have been large pur
I chases of horses la Hungary, England and
Germany; the workshops for the manufacture
of artillery and firearms are in lull blast: Paris
is being strengthened by new lines of forts;
and proviBiODB sufficient ?o maintain a large
army and the citizens for two years have been
brought into the capital. The soldiers are un?
der constant and severe discipline, and are
kept In camp, away from the demoralizing In?
fluences of large cities, and the morale of the
army Is said to be excellent. Although the
condition of Francohas greatly Improved since
her late bout with Germany, lt is not probable
that she will be willing or able to cope with
the latter country on the battle field for years
to come. Besides, Prince Bismarck has a
watchful eye on his ancient enemy, and would
not be likelv to be caught napping.
The North Carolina Victory.
The Democratic triumph in North Caro?
lina, now beyond peradventure, decides the
Presidential campaign. A desperate effort
will doubtless be made to explain away de?
feat and to bold tbe administration party
together; but revolutions never go back?
ward, and the overthrow of Grant, ia No?
vember, was determined on Thursday lost
in tbe pine forests and on the mountains or
the noble North State. The partisans of
Grant staked their fortunes on tbe North
Carolina election, and they have lost
Being the first election held after the
double nomination of Horace Greeley, the
canvass in North Carolina was jealously
watched. The Liberals were not particu?
larly hopeful, bat they saw the importance of
making a good tight, and sent their best
speakers to tho front. Carl Schurz, Doo?
little, McClure, Tipton and Governor
Walker, of Virginia, took the stamp in the
principal towns; while the Democratic can?
didates, aided by Vance, Ransom and a host
of other good men, awakened the echoes in
every village and township. So brilliant
an array of speakers, so exciting and exhil?
arating a struggle, North Carolina bad not
known. The Conservatives were almost
entirely without organization, and as their
candidates were strnigh-out Democrats,
nominated before the completion of the Cin?
cinnati-Baltimore coalition, they did not
expect to reap, ali so early a day, the benefit
of the new allia,iee. Here and there gentle?
men were found who were sure that Merri
mon would be elected, but the Liberals
throughout the country did not expect any?
thing better than a defeat by a majority of
one or two thousand. The Administration
party had resolved to sweep everything be?
fore them. They knew that if they could
not succeed in North Carolina they would
find it next to impossible to carry enough
States in November to elect their candidate.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars were sent
into the State to be used indirectly and
directly in bribing the voters; arrangements
were made for importing a horde of
negroes from Sonth Carolina and from
Tennessee; the terrors of the Kn-Klux law
menaced the people; hundreds of deputy
marshals, armed with warrants, lay in walt,
ing to arrest the Conservative voters ; the
army of office-holders were drilled to perfec?
tion, the party machinery was com?
plete, and it was formally announced that
the election must be carried "at all haz?
ards." Senator Wilson, Secretary Bout
well, J?rea\_Itoii2lafi9 and _ other Radical
apologists hurried to tho thick of the fray.
They came to the conclusion that the Grant
candidate would be elected by a rousing
majority. Their confidence was such that
Senator Wilson admitted that a defeat in
North Carolina would be ruinous. Vet they
are rooted. The North Carolina Conserva?
tives, sustained by the rightfulness of their
cause, have overcome the whole power of tbe
Government. The odds were terribly against
them, and for that reason their victory is the
more significant and cheering.
Not a day passes that some influential
Republican does not announce his adheslou
to the Liberal movement General N. P.
Banks, os strong a man a? Senator Wilson
in the Bay State, is the latest COD vert The
irreconcilable Democrats have dwindled to
an insignificant clique, and many prominent
politicians like Voorhees and Bayard, who,
strenuously opposed the coalition, are work?
ing vigorously for Its success. Each hoar
that passes strengthens Greeley, because the
J brain and the parity of the country are on
his side. There is in the nation a vast float!Dg
vote which is governed mainly by the wish
to go with the winners. Senator Sumner's
letter, as it is read and pondered, mast
exert a tremendous influence apon the can?
vass. These facts justify us in saying that
Mr. Greeley's election is certain, and that
President Grant at best will not carry more
than three or four States. These are revo?
lutionary times. A month hence there may
be a prospect of defeating the Radical can?
didate in the one State which Grant claims
as peculiarly his own.
We may now look for a stampede from
Grant to Greeley. From this time out the
campaign will be a one-sided affair.
The State Printing.
There seems to be a studied effort in cer?
tain quarters to divert attention from the j
more flagrant frauds and the monstrous
extravagance of the State Government in
other matters, by keeping up a great outcry
about the payments for public printing.
Now, as to the ordinary printing accounts of |
the Slate, we know nothing, and, therefore,
have nothing to say. But in regard to the
publication of the Acts c. .he General
Assembly ia the newspapers, we wish to
have it at once distinctly understood tba* in
behalf of our contemporaries of tho Conser?
vative press and for ourselves, we repel the
imputation of having dealt with the State
otherwise than openly and fairly. The Acts,
under a formal written contract, were pub?
lished ia the three editiou3 of THE NEWS,
?daily, tri-weekly and weekly, at a price Arty
per cent, less than the rate paid by private
advertisers. The work was completed more
than three months ugo, at a considerable
?cash outlay to ourselves, but the very mode?
rate price agreed upon has not yet been paid.
The two or three Radical organs, with their
slim circulations and thumping charges,
were, doubtless, well taken care of; bat the
other Conservative papers of the State which
had contracts for publishing the Acts hare,
we believe, fared no better than ourselves.
As far as this journal is concerned, it does
not choose to be classed for a moment in any
?way with the political vultures who for the
hist few years have been fattening apon the
vitals of the State. It demands nothing
more and nothing less than a fair price for
y/ork honestly performed. This price, we
know, mast, sooner or later, be paid, what?
ever may be the fate of more questionable
claims; for the people of Sou la Carolina will
dover countenance any scheme of economy
and reform which fails to provide for the full
and prompt settlement of the legitimate
dues of the newspaper press.
The Generosity of Greeley.
[From the Greenville Enterprise.]
In speaking of Mr. Greeley's kindness and
goodness of heart, we take pleasure In record?
ing a fact which occurred in Greenville, short?
ly after the surrender of General Johnston.
The Rev. Mr. Gwin, a Baptist clergyman, liv?
ing near this place, had taken from bim by the
Federal raids, two horses and other property.
He was a poor man, and wrote an aecount of
the raid and robbery lor the Tribune. Mr.
Greeley received and read bis communication,
and In return sent bim a draft for two hun?
dred dollars I Now this shows the heart of
the man. What a contrast between this act of
charl ty and those bloody expressions ot dia?
bolical revenge, uttered by General Grant's
Secretary of the Treasury, the other day at
the public meeting In North Carolina. He
said the bloody chasm between the Norlh and
South had yet to be filled with other carcasses !
This.mau was sent to North Carolina by Gen?
eral Grant, to advocate his re-election to the
Presidency ! How can a mao, with a South?
ern heart in his bosom, assist in elevating such
a military chieftain to the Presidency !
A Model Administration.
The partial Hst of defaulters in the civil ser?
vice of the government, under Grant, pub?
lished In the New York Tribune, gives the
public a hint of the extent to which peculation
has been allowed by an Administration devo?
ted only to summer pleasuring and Its own
continuance In power. The list is necessarily
incomplete, since many defalcations, in which
the criminals have sufficient political Influ?
ence, are hushed up, and many others have
not yet been settled. But the amount em?
bezzled under the very eyes of the govern?
ment, by Its paid employees, with this incom?
plete estimate, amounts to $3,194,247, or one
million a year, and the defaulters number
nearly one hundred. They include placemen
In high and low positions, from the paymaster
who pockets half a million, to the letter-carrier
who filches dirty currency from an envelope.
Nor have they been punished. Balley was
allowed to escape with $132,000, and none of
his bondsmen, prominent Grant politicians,
have been called upon. Bruton, ot Arkansas,
who took $120,000, was reinstated after a tem- j
porary removal. Hulburd, Comptroller of the |
Currency, was reappointed while upon trial
and finally allowed to resign. Edwins has
been pardoned out; and through the whole
list, with a few exceptions, the government
has winked at the corruption so prevalent.
This, we are told, Is the "best civil service in
-A mass meeting will be held at Greenville
on Monday for the purpose of ratifying the
action of the Baltimore Convention.
-H. A. Meetze, Esq., as chairman ot the
Democratic party of Lexington County, calls a
convention of . delegates to assemble at Lex?
ington Courthouse on the first Monday in Sep?
tember next, to nominate a ticket lor members
to the Legislature and county officers.
iii uni c ip al Notices.
??B- M^kl^TGuTBDH^^ OF
CHIEF OF POLICE, OUARLESTON, S. C., A?
RUST 3D, 1872.-NotlCO ts bereh? _oiw>n to _
whom it may concern that, until otherwise]
ordered, ihe following localities are designated
for BATHING PURPOSES, viz:
ON THB WEST.
Extreme end of Broad street, beyond the Rafts,
and Gadsden's Creek.
ON TUB BAST.
VardeU's Creek and foot of Vendue Range.
The Police are Instructed to arrest all persons
found Bathing elsewhere.
JOHN O. MINOTT,
auga 3 Chief of Police.
JBTXIBE DEPARTMENT. - DUBING
the present dry spell of weather and until further
notice all Companlea composing Districts One
and Two will proceed to all fires In said District,
Wards 1,2,3 and 4. In case of Ure in Third Ma?
triel, Wards 6, 6, 7 and 8. ail engines from District
Two will proceed to fires In District Three. En?
gines ont of their Districts wi.l await orders to
get to work. Officers commanding Companies;
will please extend thia order.
M. H. NATHAN,
aug2-3 Chief Fire Department.
?ay*CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S.O., JOLT31, 1872.
Sealed estimates will be received at this office
until August 20, at 4 P. M., for repairing the
Charleston College Building, according to plans
and specifications In the City Engineer's office.
w. W. SIMONS,
angl-thstnO Clerk of Council.
OASIS cor the Chore): of the Holy Com?
munion and Teacher of Vocal Mnalo at the Pub?
lic Schools of Charleston. Lessons on the Organ,
.'lanolorte, Helodeon, Harmonium, and tn Vocal
Music. Highest testimonials as to ability and
aptitude for teaching. Address No. 41 Ashley
ASHINGTON AND LEE!
The next Session or this Institution will com?
mence ou the Third Thursday (l?thi or September,
1872, and continue without intermission until the
Fourth Thuraday tn June, 1873.
The Instruction embraces thorough
CLASSICAL, LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC
together with the Professional Departments of
LAW AND ENGINEERING.
The entire expenses for the Session of nine
months need not exceed (300 or $325, according
lng to the price of Board. Arrangements are also
made tor messing, by which Stncents may reduce
their expenses to $250 per session.
For further Information, address
G. W. u. LEE, President, or
aug2-e_WM. DOLO, clerk of Faculty.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
The session commence-* on october 1st. The
Institution embraces an Academic Department
and Departmenta of Law. Medicine, Engineering
and Agrlcultuie. For Catalngue8, apply to WM.
WERTEN BAKER, Secretary or tne Faculty, P. 0.
Umverslt/ or Virginia, c s. S. VENABLK,
Chairman or the Faculty._nngl-ihstnlmo
f? RACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
\JT SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
use of machines atiowcu gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 0 A. M. to 2 P.
M . at the Depository, Chalmers street. jnnio
L?atrqtf, Jtntlrrj, m.
AILTL^ B^TA?JK^A CO77
Nos. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale of their immense stock or
uring the summer months. All goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lsse the business. junio
pm* MR.lvTLL?lM^?FraB^^ IS
my Attorney during my absence from the State.
acg3-l* j F. E. aCURODER.
pfS* ST. JOSEPH AND DEN VEE CIT F |
RAILROAD OOjlPANY, EXECPI1VE OFFICE,
NO. 3t NASSAUjsTREET, NEW YORK, AUGUST |
1ST, 1872.-The ?oupons and Registered Interest*
duo August I6tji, 1872, on the First Mortgage
Eight Fer Ct nt. fe per cent.) Qold Bonds or the St.
Joseph and Denier City Railroad Company, BOTH
EASTERN AND ff ESTERN DIVISION, will be paid
at the office of ti j Farmers' Loan and Trust com?
pany of the city or New York, upon presentation
and demand, on and afterdate, free or tax.
FRANOIS A. COFFIN,
ang3-12 Assistant Treasurer.
pS* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBEES OF
TBE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of thestate Orphan Asylum : -
OLASS No. 75-FBIDAY MORNING, August 2.
CLASS No. 76-FRIDAY EVBNINQ, August 2.
witness my hand at Charleston, S. C., 2d day
Ol August, 1872. . A. MOROSO,
aug3 Sworn Commissioner.
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Bene at or the Free
School Fund-orffclai Raffle Numbers:
RAFFLE CLASS NO. m-MORNING.
4-76- 1- 9-J9_54- 8-11-18-24-78-51
RAFFLE CLASS No. 633-EVENING.
73-42-66-4C-33-45-64-15-61- 60-18 - 23
Aa witness our hands at Charleston this 2d
day ol August, 1B72.
JAMES QI LL I LAND,
aug3 Sworn Commissioners.
pm* GRAY HAIR MAYBE MADE TO
take on Its youthful color and beauty by the nae
Of HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
NEWER, the best preparation ror the hair Known
to the science or medicine and chemistry.
pm* WHEN YOU ARE DEPRESSED j
by the gaunt, sickly reeling or a disordered sys-j
tem, which needs to be cleansed and stimulated
into healthy action, take a dose or two or AVER'S
PILLS and see how quick you can he restored for
a shilling. ang3-stntb8
pm* IN COMMON PLEAS-BE AD FORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. DAV ANT, Commissioner, vs. the Trastees or
the College of Beau ron.-Pursuant to the order or
the Un. C. B. Firm KB, Judge, In the above stated
case, notice ls hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors or WILLIAM H. WIQQ.
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date or this order In which asid
Creditors may prove their claims b.fore the un?
dersigned, receiver, at his otu ce, in the Court?
house at Beaufort. H. 0. JUDD,
C. 0. P. Receiver.
Beaufort. S C., June 14,1872._Jnn22 60
pm* O N MARRIAGE.-**
Happy relief for Young Men from the effects
or Errors and Abuses In early life. Manhood re-1
atored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedloa. Book?
?nd Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Na 2 Soutb
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa._octia
pm* CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation In one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the bair and stop its falling
out. It is entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place or all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In use. Numer?os testimoni?is
have been sent os from many or our moat promi?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In
objection anio, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt docs not soil trie
clothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair in
use. It restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so In from three to ten days,
virtually reeding the roots or the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth or the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price fl a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, Da. H. RAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, & 0.
pm* BATCHELORS HAIR DYE-THIS
superb Hair Dye is the best in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genolue W. A. Batohelor's Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, but
.eaves the hair clean, sort and beautiful. The
only sare and perfect Dye. Sold by all dr ogg la ta.
Factory io Bond street, New York.
QITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sums or and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
in this Bank, on or be'ore tho firth day or each
Calendar Month, will bear interest (Six Per Cent.)
ror that month aa ir deposited on the first in?
Deposits or One Dollar and upwards received
dally from 0 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATUBOAY
This Branch ls nnder the management ol the
following Local Finance Committee:,
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELUHERS,
DB. A. B. ROSE, BENJ. F. EVANS,
0. WULBKRN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches or this Bank at the most prominent
points in the State. D. RAVENEL, JR.,
July31-5 Assistant Cashier.
No. B BOYCB'3 WHARP,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Local Salesman or the celebrated Wright A
Warnock's Horse-Power for ginning. Easily
adapted to the Old Ring Post, and ls a complete
geering, not sheeted by th-t weight In the gin
house; Invented by a barnwell man. Gins, with
two m nie-?, 40 or -io saw g in J, 1600 to 2.00 pounds
lint per day. Price here S126. Also for Wright's
Cotton Planter. Best ever invented. Plants any
given number of seed any given number ot inches
apait. One hand wu h mole open-, plants and
covers six ncres per day. Price $26.
rp T. OHAPEAO & co.,
DBALkRS AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 178 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid ror Crude.
STEAM TTJRPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
om cos-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
aa-Hlgheat prices paid m Cash for Crude Turp?n
DAN LOD?F, No. 93, L O. B. B.
The Regular Meeting will he held ai the
usual time and place. Aa business ot great im?
portance will be brought to the consideration of
the members, they are fraternally requested to
attend. Candidates for higher Degrees will please
bj punctual. By o.der of the President.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
CHARLESTON COUNTY, JULY 31, l->72.
Tne Regular Monthly Meeting of thc Board of Ex?
aminers of Charleston County will be held at the
Normal school, No. 3 St Phillp street, on SATUR?
DAY, 3d Augusr, commencing at 9 o'clock A. M.
Applicants must be present punctually at the
hoor named. By order of the Poard.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMES,
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO?
CIETY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of yonr Society, THIS- EVENING, 3d Instaut,
at half-past 8 o'clock, at northeast corner of St.
Philip and Beaufaln streets.
By order. JAMES RONAN,
good order, for a few months. Address
P., postoffloe._ ang3-l*
WANTED. A COLORED WOMAN TO
Cook Tor a small family and be generally
u elnl. Apply at No. 5 Meeting street. ang31?
WANTED, A NURSE TO REMAIN ON
premises. Apply, with reference, at No.
147 Calhoun street._ang3-l?
?\T7ANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
V? wash. App y at Ne. 2 Aiken's Row.
WANTED, A GOOD WAITING MAN.
Will have to go to Sullivan's island. Ap?
ply at this ellice. aug3-l
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A MID
DLEaged white man tn tome capacity
where he can make ntmaelf merni to bis employ -
er's interests. AUdiess B. E. H. P., at thia offlce.
WANTED AT ONCE, A GOOD COOK
for a small family, either man or woman.
Must be civil and Industrious. Recommenna
tiona from lust employer required. Apply at Nu.
123 Wentworth street, second door west of Rut?
(jStTCTANTED, FOR A SMALL FAMILY, A
Tv Woman, to co k ana wash and make her?
self usefnl. App v, with reconnut ndatlons, at No.
104 Tradd street._aug2
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, GERMAN
preferred, to mind a child and make her?
self generally useful. Apply at No. 39 Moutagne
WANTED, A SMALL HOUSE, CON?
TAINING about four rooms. Pussea-ion
desired September 1st. Address, atatlng location
and price of rent, lenant, care of Lock Box 466.
STAVES WANTED.-TWO HUNDRED
Thousand Rico Barrel Staves. Apply at
Bennett's Milla, No. 208 Eaat Bay street.
ALAD! COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
nanal Eoglisti studies, Mnaic. French and
Luiin, wisties a situation as TEACHER in a fami?
ly, or would take a school, references given.
Address Miss P. a., Adalr&VUIe, Ga.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wianea a position as Teacher in some
public institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going Into the country, i an
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches of a good education. Salary of not BO
great consideration aa pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., it the omce of thia paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues Joint
Lue Policies, Insuring the lives of partners In
business, so that, on the death or either, the
amount Insured for ls paid to the surviving party.
lt also insures husband and wiro un the aame
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Ageut, No. 31 Broad street,
PLANTATION FOB BALE-GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
T e Baoecribtsr. belair about to leave toe State,
offers for sale that valon?lo PLANTATION, caned
the "Yeomaa'sTrsci," situated In Barnwell Coun
-jut- nus* ,,*"t'fionf-i Siwli wa'.ers of - Lower
Three Rund, containing sis acres.
The line or the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity toit,and the splendid circular Siw
Mili of Dr. J. C. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion or the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cottun and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the omer edge or the
body or ifmoer, and the locall'y la remarkably
The Umbered portion (710 acres) presents as
fine a body of virgin forest as the eye can meet
with In this State, varying from the smallest elzed
cap timber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur
pentlae distillera, no hoer opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a .fortune, as they
have tne option of shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rail.
For further particulars, apply to tho subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, so. ca. tn whose hands are tho titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August 1st, 1872.
aug3_H. N. MILLER.
SHINGLES! SHINGLES : SHINGLES 1
Jost received a large lot of Une Cypress
huingles. Will be sold at $7 per M. at J. G. A JJ .
0. MARTIN'S Woodyard, weat end of Bull street.
KENTUCKY MULE LOT REMOVED TO
No. 86 Church street, near Broad, whero
Mmes and horses will ne sold low on time. H.
MULES, AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
No. Bj Church street. Just arrived from the
West, twenty Prime MULE j. For aale ou time.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable turma
aud at the shurtest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines fur sale, very luw. J. L.
LUNSr'oRD. s.nlth street, north of Wentworth
W~R^APPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 60 CE KTS PE H HUNDRED. Apply at soe
office or THE SKW.H. m av 1 *
TO BENT, HOUSE ~flo. 94V. KING
street, of six rooms, necessary outbuildings
and large cistern. Apply to JOHN UURKAUP A
TO BENT, TWO AND A HALF-8TORY
HOUSE, No. 14 Gadsden street, with kitchen,
well or water and large yard._angl-4*
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, A
small and comfortable Dwelling, on Front
beach, east of Fort Moultrie. Apply at No. 118
dinoun street. angl*thstu8*
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 20 BEAUFALN
street, just painted and repaired throughout,
apply to THos. FROST, No. 54 Broad street.
Jnly80-taths4?_ . ?_
TO BENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE,
corner of Wentworth and Smith Btreeta.
House and premises In good order, with fine dis?
ten. For further information apply to S. B.
PICKENS, S. 0. R. R. Ofhce, corner of King and
Ann streets. july?-stuthimo
? DU ar tri ers flips ana jDissolntionf.
this day been dissolved by mumal consent.
W. F. RICK continues the business on his own ac?
count at the old stand, No. 13 Hyne atreet.
J. K. HEATH. .
W. F. RICE.
Charleston, August l, 1872. augl-thstu3
date application will be mnd> to the South
carolina Railroad Company for renewal of lost
Certificate (uumber and date unknown) for Nine
Shares, Bianding in the name ofTHua. P. SMITH,
Trustee for SUSAN M. TOWNSEND,
THOS. P. SMITH,
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH & co.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
No. 20 WALL STREET.
Mrnge ?t?? iMtaicuuB.
JJ?UGSAND MEDICINES, ^
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
D R. H. 3 A E R,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Ia addition to a foll atocle of Droga and Chem
cala, offers tbs following Patent Medicines an
Sundries : .
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATES
Grlmanlt's Syrup of the Hypophospbate of Lime
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
BERGER'S BEDBUG DESTROYER
Beef, Wine and Iron : -
Elixir Phosphate Iron, Quinta and strychlna
Valentine's Meat Juice, made of the best Bee
without fat, the best Food for Delicate chi
drea, suffering from Sommer Complaint, 1
ls easily prepared, and qnlte palatable
He In Uah'a Queen's Delight
Leldy's Blood Pills
German Blood Pills
Slr James Clarice's Female Pills
Grlmanlt's Matteo Oapsnies
Wllbei'a Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphate c
Sugar-coated Pills; of every description
Plaid Extracts (a full assortment)
DeBing's Pile Remedy
DeBlng'a Tia Fngae
Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Pierce's Golden Discovery
Simmons's Liver Regulator
McMann's Elixir of Opium
Sponge's, of every description
Carbolic Acid, (crystals,) Carbolic Acid, in Bolt
tlon, for Disinfectant Purposes
Carbolic Disinfectant Soap
Carbolic Toilet Soap
Solution of Chloride of Soda, a convenient Di
Chloral Hydrate, made by Merck, of Darmstadt
Fountain Syringes, Mittson's Syringes, Davie
Atomizers, perfumers, Breast Pumps
Ptssarles, Trusses, Abdominal Supporters
Hairs Hair Renewer
Chevalier's Lire for the Hair
Montgomery's Hair Restorer
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO . ,
Vitalia ror the Hair
Allen's Hair Restorer
Ay er's Hair Vigor
Bui ne it's Cocoa me
Tait's Hair Dye
Batchelors Hair Dyo
Japaneso Hair Die
Egyptian Hair Coloring
NATTAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
Heating's Syrup of Naptha
Alton's Lung Balsam
Forest's Juniper Tar
Stafford's Olive Tar
Marsden's Pectoral Balm
Tut t's Expectorant
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
Schenck's Pannonia Syrup
Russell's soothing Cordial
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
Chlorate Potash Lozenges
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
lodlnlzed Cod Liver OU .
Bryan's Pulmon?a WaTers
French Tooth Lozenges
Thomson's Tootb Soap
And all other Proprietary Medicines.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEC
Warran te l under oatn never to have railed 1
cure. as,6oo certificates or testimonials or cari
including Rev. 0. u. Rwing. Media, Pennsylvanli
Rev. Joseph Beggs. Falls uf Schuylkill. Phllade
phia; the wira of Rev. J. B. Davis; HUrhutowz
New Jersey; Kev. Thomas Murpny, Frankton
PhlladelDtuaLDoctor Jen nings and Doctor Wal toi
rimaUe)pl?ti?: lion. J V. urecley, member Cot
g ress irom Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Can
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore
tx-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands c
others. Warranted to cure or money remo dec!
DB, GEO. OAULlKR, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr_ . Charleston. 8. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREFAB
W. H. WARNER & CO.,
Oder the folio wing assortment of Elegant Prt
par ano ns, now used by Physicians everywhere
Send ror Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodolorm Pills, a powerful Alteratlv
Comp. Phosphorus Pius, ror Impotence, Loss <
Nerve Power. Ac
Elixir Cinchonia Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate of Ammonia
Wine ol Pepsin
Bitter Wine or Iron
wine or Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
Comp. Syrup or Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup or Hypophosphltee (for Consumption,Bron
chltls, Ac.) .
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cntalnlng Vanilla, Toln, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Como. Thin ls a new and vain
able combination or the medlclnaLpropertlei
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian
associated with Aromatics. It ls a ver;
agreeable and emolent remedy. Aside Iron
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls useful as a vehlcli
and lor masking the bitter taste or Quinine,
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Phospn. Quinine, Iron and strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for DebUity and Nervous Pros
trat ion, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
EUx. Valerlanate or strychnia
Eux. Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia (of th
greatest service where there ls a tendency ti
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination
especially serviceable in cases of children am
in addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co
manufacture a foil line or Fluid Extracts am
sugar-coated Pills, all of which are tc be bad a
Manufacturer's Prices, of- t
DB. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
m rh 29 d k wera OB Charleston. 8. 0.
rplfE^~NTw nfpBO VED
WHEELER & WILSON
? SEWING MACHINE.
TUR BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machine!
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANDF'G CO.,
anrfi-ivr_ . Sn. ino King afreet.
Now select the Music Books needed during the
next aajnmn, aud agreeably cccupy yonr sum
mer leisure in examining, playing and singing
T?E STANDARD l Price $1 60; $13 63 per doz.
Destined to ba the Banner Church Music
Book of the season. Singers! leaders! teach
oral "Rally round" the banner I
SPARKLING RUBIES I Price 35 cents.
For Sabbath scho .ls. None better.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP I Price 60 cents.
For Vestries and Praver Meetings. Unex
Take with you for entertainment at summer
THE MUSICAL TREASURE I
225 pages ot new and popular Songs and
Pianoforte pieces, or
SHOWER OF PK AR LS,
TT.m,"T,J?L1,onhe best Vocal Duets. Or,
FuU or the best Opera Songa Or,
PIANIST'S ALBUM. * ???B?. V,
"T . "?M" Fan of the best Piano Pieces, Or,
Fnl! or the best Plano Pieces.
! Each or the above five books costs $2 60 lu
boards, or $3 in cloth. Has more than 200 large
pages foll of popular music, and eitler book ls a
moat entertaining companion to a lover or music.
Specimens or the standard sent, for the pres?
ent, postpaid, ror $l 25, and or the other books ror
the retail price ?-' '
OLIVER DITSON A CO., I 0. H. DITSON * 00.,
Boston j New York.
pi B BgttX?y __B^Q O N. ^ ?
45 bbds. 8trlcti>~Oftolce Western and Baltimore
Clear BIB SIDES _ ,
IO bhda Strictly Choice Baltimore Bib Sides, n
20 tierces Choice S.O. Hams. - .
For sal? bf HENRY- COBIA A -00.
anga-2". _ . . - -
pOOBffH BIKECT JltPOBTATIO S
. SONOMA AND MOUNTAIN..
Extract from the Report or the United states
Commissioner of the General Land Office for 1889:
'Tn California the average number of vines to
the acre ls nine Hundred, and the product-elght
hundred gallons of Wine snd twenty Of'Brandy;
more than three times the average product in
Frat ce." JOHN H?TRKAMP A CO.
angl-thsta3?:., . r...-.-<_
?OQNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN*
DT, INU. S. BONDED STORES. .
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. 3. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE. BRAND r
various .vintages, la
, Quarter caeka
_Oases ol one dosen bottles each._
jp AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE. SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO.. No. 110 Bast Bay, OfflBT for
sale Fair. Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
. MORDBOAIA 00.
Jjl A LlIRK ALE.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of "Faiktrfc" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDECAI A 00.
jp ORTO RICO MO LA SSE S.
MORDEOAI A co., No..no East Bay. offer for
oale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, m strong
packages._ MORDEOAI A 00.
jp BI M E WHITE COEN. :
MORDECAI A co., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A 00., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice or choice HAVAN A CIGARS, di*
rect from Factory in Havana._
^^D AM AN TINE CANDLES.
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sals
by A. TOBIAS'SOBS.
reb38-6mos._ . . " .
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OP
Jost received, a large supply of the above. Bach
bottle contains four pounds of tne-best Beer, ex
ci naive sr fat; can be .used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Oddllver 00, and
destroys the taste or the Oil.
Tn 3 on ly food for delicate children.
This ls mach superior to the "Extractof Beer,"
heretofore offered to the public, as win be found
apon trial. For sale by >T. Dr. H. BAER,
joni No. 131 Meeting street.
gULLTVAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOB THB ISLANDERS l
FOB THE ISLANDERS I .
FOR THE ISLANDERS. !
FOB THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
S. H. WILSON A BRO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to snob, of the
Islanders as patronise them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge. '
We shall 'take pleasure In takinr; charge of any
goods ?ought in Obarlestos, not in oar line, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any orders entrusted to our care, either in our
line of business or not, will m ?et with prompt
WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
8. H. WILSON ? BRO. v
NO. 306 KINO STRUT, CHASLX8T0N, S. 0.
"TJA VE YOUR SHIRTS
MADE TO ORDER IN CHARLESTON,
AT LANGLEY'S...No. 161 KINO STREET.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR I
READ THE PRICKS :
Linen Shirts, with finest Linen Fronts, only $360..
Wamsutta L. 0. finish Linen Fronts and enos,.
Lower grades In proportion.
Linen Drawers from SI 26 to $2.
Cotton Drawers from 76c to St.
Night Shirts. Linen, $s 76; Night Shirts, Cotton,
from $1 to si 76.
Ladles' Underwear made in Che best manner
and st very low prices; also, stitching and Tock?
ing, of all kinds, done to order in the neatest style
and at short notice.
Flour Bags made at prices that cannot be beat
by Northern houses. ?.
Children's Clothing, of all Rinds, made to order
ter Call and examine work and prices, ,
At LANGLEY'S, No. Iel King street,
juiy26-imo Near Clifford street.