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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 14? East Bay, Charleston, S. O.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1872.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Under the new postal regulations, where
transient or Irregular postage matter' reaches
Its destination unpaid, doable the prepaid
rate shall be exacted on delivery.
-Tbe idea of sending the New York morn?
ing papers to Chicago by a pneumatic lube in
time to read at the breakfast table, does not
seem so feasible when we know that the law
governing pneumatic power ls said to be:
"The mean speed of transmission varies in?
versely with the length, and inversely also
'With the square root of the diameter of the
tube." If this belrue, a body which flashed
through a tube a "mlle long laang minute,
would take sixteen minutes to through
fonr miles of tnbing, and weuld crawl through
the thousand miles between New York and
h I cago la one year, two hundred and twenty
nine days, ten hours and four minutes.
-Dion Bouclcault proposes to Introduce
some radical reforms to English 'heatre
goers In the Covent Garden, which will
open next monlb. He will begin the perfor?
mances at precisely seven, o'clock, and close
them Invariably at a quarter bf fore eleven, to
enable families from a distance to reach their
homes before or by midnight; a part of the
honsewill be reserved exclusively for ladies
and children, who may come, tearlessly, un?
attended by gentlemen; "ladles visiting ibo
orchestra stalls, or the so-called dress circle,
will not be, required to remove that part of J
their head-dress which still retains the name
of bonnet;" bills of the play will be furnished
gratis; and no fees to attendants.wlll be al?
-A correspondent of Wilkes's Spirit ol the
Times, who ought to be posted, says he has
recently careluUy examined Longfellow, and
ls convinced that he ls hopelessly broken
down. The bart leg is bathed two or three
times a day with cold water, and his Journey,
e to the well for that purpose, about ihirly
yards from the stable, too plainly Indicates
the extent and severity of his Injury. His
ankle, which has heretofore frequently in bis
training given unmistakable evidence of I
weakness, Is now co m pe te; y disabled, and the
suspensory ligaments in ibe desperate strug?
gle yielded and gave way to hts terrific pro?
pelling force; and, says the writer, "I have
not the faintest hope that they can ever again
perform their ?unctions."
-The Louisville Courier-Journal of ibe 1st
instant says arrangements for a national re?
union at the Falls of the Ohio River are at
length set on- loot; an organization has been
effected; working committees have been ap?
pointed; tbe llth and 12th of September have
been chosen as tbe lime, and there is no
reason to donbt that the proposed peaee meet?
ing will be a great affair. Carl Schurz and
John Quincy Adams-, Emerson Etheridge and
Ben. Hill, Charles Sumner and Austin Blair,
Lyman Trumbull and Horatio Seymour, Hen?
dricks^ Voorbees, Doolittle, .Vance, Bradley
Johnston, Groeabeck, Walker, ot Virginia, and j
many others eminent in the North and South
will be present.
-What is the worth of a maiden's heart ?
This question bas come to be decided by cool,
unsentimental experts. The daughter ot a
poor widow in Berlin, Germany, died of heart
disease, and the young phyalclan who attended
her during her Illness persuaded the mother,
in the interest of science, to give bim tbe poor I j
girl's h ear c. After ibe lapse of some time, the I ?
doctor asked the widow for an honorarium of
eight tbalere, fifteen silver groscben, for all
his visita abd trouble. She delayed payment;
he complained, and then she gave out that she
considered the gift of her daughter's heart as
; an equivalent to the sum demanded. It this
was not acknowledged, she required the heart
to be returned or the fee in dispute to be
handed over lo her. The doctor cannot now
produce the heart, but persists in his claim.
So the question must be trled,"^wuet her a
maiden's heart Is or ls not worth eight thalers,
Alteen silver groscben.
' -The amiable character of the German Em?
peror ls 'shown by 'the following: "Some
short time s'ice two young ladies were
searching lu (he park at Babelsberg for the
monument erected ?o.the poet Heinrich von
Kielst. The j ?ore engaged in a lively discus- |
sion with one ci the keepers, who very natu?
rally knew nothing at all abotu it, when the
Emperoi's carriage ?ppro?.clied nolselessly,and
the good-natured monarch Inquired the cause of
the dispute. 'May lt please your majesty,' said
the keeper, 'these maintain -that the monu?
ment of the poet von Kleist must be some?
where in tbe park, and they think I ought to
know where lt la.' 'Really, ladies,' said the
Emperor, 'the keeper ls right, and,you will
not find the monument here; lt ls some dis?
tance off.' So saying, the monarch got out of j
the carriage, and addressing the coachman,
said,' ^Drlve the young ladles to the monu
nent at the Frederlck-WliMam Bridge,' at the
same time motioning the ladles to get in; tho
latter were In no small embarassment at this
unexpected honor, but at length took cour?
age, and with many protestations of thanks
mounted the carriage and drove off."
-JIapoleon's son, the ex-Prince Imperial of I
France, ls beginning to lake part In public |
life. He distributed the prizes at the annual
fete of the House for Little Boys, near Lon?
don, on July 13, and on the same occasion he
made bis first speech in public, if we except i
the few words uttered at the "baptism or'
Are." His health wa3 proposed by Lord P_
Cavendish, M. P., and on rising to respond,
the newspapers tell us, he was received with)
rounds of enthusiastic cheers. He said: -'My
lord, ladles and gentlemen, I thank you very
much for the kind manner la which yon have
received the toast whloh your chairman has
so kindly proposed to yon. I have most wil?
lingly assisted In drinking the toast of 'the
health of their royal highnesses the Prince
and Princess ot Wales and. the rest of the
royal family.' In the happy recovery of hi? j
royal highness from avery serious Illness, wer
in common with all the country, took a deeply
sympathetic Interest. The name of the
Prince of Wales is closely connected with
this establishment. My visiUo your institu?
tion to-day has afforded me great enjoyment.
I wish lt the greatest possible success."
I -A remarkable activity is noted in all
branches of trade In Germany during the year
1871. The Zollverein Imporls produced a
I revenue of half a million ste-llng more than
J in 1870, the increase being chiefly on iron,
cottons and woollens. Among home-made
articles, German cotton and woollens made a
rapid recovery from the depression of the
war period, and manufacturers scarcely kept
pace willi requirement. Articles, long sup?
posed to be a monopoly ol the French, were
j sought for in Germany. Among the classes
that? prospered were the makers of mulls,
jaconets, cambrics and embroideries at Elben?
stock; of button?, fringe and lace at Annaberg;
of woven cottons (pique) at Hohenstein; of
lace in the Erzegebirge; of flowers at Berlin,
and small wares in Austria. The leather mar?
aket was never so quickly cleared as In 1871.
The wool fairs were remarkable for rising
quotations. "Such a year was not likely to
pass without a movement on the part of tbe
I working classes for higher wages. The sup?
ply of labor was not sufficient for tbe demand.
In nearly all cases concessions were made by
employers, but, as the price of commodities ,
.lias increased very nearly In proportion to the
advance in wages, the condition ot the work?
ingmen ls but little better than it was nere
j t of or e._
The Weekly News.
The rapid and constant increase in the
circulation of THE WEEKLY NEWS, especially
since the opening of the Presidential canvass,
rentiere it important that its issue should be
so timed as to accommodate the largest pos?
sible number of our readers at remote points
whcr? the mails are slow and infrequent.
In compliance, therefore, with suggestions
that have reached us from many quarters,
the publication day ol THE WEEKLY NEWS J
will in future be Wednesday, instead of Sat?
urday, as heretofore. The change will take ?
effect the present week. .
The Slate Election.
The State election takes place on Wed?
nesday, October 1G, three weeks before the
Presiden liai election. It is therefore practi -
cable to separate the State election entirely
from the Presidential canvass.
Ther%are, in the State, about sixty thou?
sand Conservatives and ninety thousand
Republicans. Tho Conservatives heartily
support the Liberal ticket. The Republi?
cans, almost to a man, propose to vote for
Graut, A sudden cbangemay be wrought J
in.the temper of the colored Republicans.
Tbey are led by a handJull of politicians
who do with them as they will. It is not
unlikely that there will be developments ina
few weeks which will moke the administra?
tion party shake in their shoes. Thia is in the
future. Any rash movement would be dis-1
astrons. ? ?
' When we torn to State affairs the feeling
is different. The Conservatives are a* tin it
for reform. They have no intention or run?
ning a State ticket. In their anxious earn?
estness, they say to the Republicans : "You
"charge the leaders of your own party with
"cheating and lying, and you say that you
"will yourselves purify the party. We take
"you at your word, aud we will vole for any
"upright und capable candMaion whom you
"may nominate; but we insist that the can?
didates bo qualified, by character and cul?
ture, for the post to which they aspire."
This is the position of the thirty thousand
The sixty thousand Republicans are di?
vided; one wing consists chiefly of the
federal office-holders, and ia led by Judge
)rr, Major Corbin and ex-Congressmen
?Vhittemore and Bowen. They are all
?rantians, bat they have lashed the Scott
doses party with unsparing tongues and
ivow their determination to put forth a
lound Reform Republican ticket-such a one
is the Conservatives could with propriety
support. The rest of the Republicans, in?
cluding the bulk of the negroes, are the
irreconcilables, whose candidates for Gov?
ernor are R. K. Scott and F. J. Moses, Jr.
They arc bent on nominating a member of j
.he Ring. Their candidate cannot be voted
dr by the Conservatives or Reform Repab
This, io brief, is the situation, and if it J
eaches anything at all, it ia that the State J
md the Presidential canvasses should be j
:ept distinct, and that the Conservatives
ibouid be in no haste to move. The pear is
lot yet ripe.
The Blue Ridge Salt.
. It ia very evident that City Attorney Cor
t>i ii does not enjoy the confidence of the tax?
paying public. They recognize bis bold?
ness, tenacity and professional skill; but
Lhey cannot forget that he has been the con
ptant gossip and companion of the leading
Radicals, and has given at least a silent
consent to their corrupt scheming. There is
gratidcation, to be sore, in seeing Mr. Cor?
bin, as at Greenville, denounce ihe Scott
Ring, accuse them of wholesale stealing,
and charge that millions have been fraudu?
lently added to ihe State debt; but the
public remember that Mr. Corbin has held a
seat in the State Senate ever since ti e radi?
calization of the government, and they look
with suspicion apon aman who lay.silent
when be might have spoken to good pur?
pose, and who only opens his mouth when
the harm is done aud his own term of office
bas expired. It is plain that if Mr. Corbin
had spoken in the Senate, as he spoke a
week or two ago in Greenville, the worat
measures of the Rings would not have been
carried out These are reasons, not for
charging Mr. Corbiu with infidelity to any
professional trust, but for placing the inter?
ests of the City of Charleston in the keeping
.of counsel who are beyond the possibility of
reproach. The conduct of the present City
Council in retaining Mr. Corbin as their At?
torney was incorapreheDsible. Their object
may have been to throw a sop to the
Radical Cerberus, but it was unwise in tue
extreme to keep in office a solicitor whom
the taxpayers do not trust and whoae per?
sonal interests have so long been antagonis?
tic to theirs. The result of the action, or,
rather, the non-action, or Council is seen in
tho Blue Ridge suit, in which Mr. Corbin
represents the City of Charleston, which
holds two-fifths of the entire stock capital of
It is commonly believed that Mr. Mackay
did not intend to push bis suit against the
Blue Ridge Railroad Company any further
than was needful to force a settlement of
his own claims upon the road ; bot when the
City of Charleston became a party to the
suit it was difficult for Mr. Mackay to halt or
go back. This was something gained. But
the case drags slowly along. The air is
thick with rumors, and in Columbia it is
believed that Mr. Corbin is not pushing
things ns vigorously as he might. An injust?
ice may be done him, but the city should not I
run any risk in so serious a matter. There |
should be associated with Mr. Corbin at
once a lawyer in whose ability and purity
the public repose implicit trust; and, what?
ever is done or left undone, the people will
theo be sore that there was no lack of zeal
and sincerity in prosecuting the cause.
I Had the City Council removed Mr. Corbin
last fall, there would have been no need of ?
additional counsel; the City Attorney could
have done the work. As things stand, how?
ever, it is due to Mr. Corbin, ns well as to
the city, that at least one lawyer of sagacity
and standing be, associated with bim, with
orders to pres3. the Bine Ridge suit to the
end. _ ._
Out With It !
Mr. Cardozo, the Secretary of State, made
I a speech at Abbeville and bitterly denounced
his old friends of the Ring. Whereupon a |
correspondent of the Columbia Carolinian
"I have come to the conclusion thal there
can be but little sincerity In any of these
abusive tirades directed against each, other,
for I have not yet heard of any one of them
who has come forward, ns au honest man
should do who knows the ?.ctof such criminal
conduct, and furnished to the grand jury the
legal evidence of their guilt. Can the public,
black or white, be made to believe that Mr.
Cardozo, for instance, is Ignorant of the fraud
by which the Greenville Railroad swindle was
perpetrated, or some of the transactions of the
Sinking Fund Commission, or the over-Issues
of bonds? Or do Judge Orr and Mr. Corbin
possess legal evidence of the facts, which they
so publicly charge upon Speaker Hoses, ol
scattering pay certificates broadcast amongst
the faithful lo secure his election ? Or does
Judge Mackey know the truth of his public
statement that $150.000 was paid in bribes to
secure the passage ol the Phosphate bill ? And
so of all the charges thus publicly made, and
with such an air ol honest Indignation and
assumed purpose to expose them."
The Next Election?.
The next State elections of importance
are those in Vermont on September 3, und
IQ Maine on September 9. In the former I
State in 1870 the Republican majority was |
21,309, upon a total vote of 45,425. In
Maine in 1871 the whole vote was 106,883,
and the Republian majority 10,631. Ver?
mont is expected to go Republican next
month as usual ; but Mal oe may be carried
by the Liberals, if the desertions from Grant
continue. It is too early, however, to make
any positive calculations as to the chances
of the fight
The Statehouse Fixings.
A correspondent of the Columbia Phoenix \
calls attention to the fact that the State?
house furniture, including the cuspadorsand
clocks, is not yet paid for. Mr. Dennis
missed it that lime. When ibe bill is paid,
it will be considerably razeed.
Organize for Co-operation.
[From thc Columbia Carolinian.]
We take lt that the white people of South
Carolina are a unit in the desire to improve
the local government It is the one great
issue in which we are Interested, and the elec?
tion of a Pr?sidant has only an Interest to ns
as it promises to Improve our position In this
respect. It may be an open question as to the
best mode of securing the end aimed at; but
If we have been able to gather the sentiment
of the State, aB lt finds expression In the press
and at the public convocations of ihe people,
and by the utterances ot Its prominent men,
that sentiment is clear and unmistakable in
condemnation of any attempt at party organi?
zation. Nevertheless, we do not wish to be
understood aB discountenancing any effort to
secure co-operation of good citizens for this
object in any locality. Indeed, we believe
organization with this view will do good. Let
lt be known that the good men . nd true of
each locality have determined to east their
votes for reputable and capable men, and lt
will be to the Interest of the party which
wishes to succeed lo put such men forward.
o R. s^inTir
Charleston City Railway Mock.
Charleston Oas Company Stock,
cheraw and Darlington Railroad Bouda.
Columbia City coupons.
Nashville City Coupons.
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
aug6-2 No. 25 Broad street.
MUSia-MR,?R ?. RANSOMF, OR?
GANIST or the Church of the Holy Gom
muulon and Teacher of Vocal Music at the Pub?
lic sc h oi da of charleston. Lessons on the Organ.
Pianoforte, Meiodron, Harmonium, and In Vocal
Music. Highest testimonials ns to ability and
apUtude for teaching. Address No. 41 Ashley
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
The session commencer on October lat. The
institution embraces an Academic Department
sud Departments of Law, Medicine, Engineering
and Agriculture, For Catalogues, apply to WM.
WERTfiNBAKEK, Secretary or the Faculty, P. o.
University of Virginia. CHAS. S. VENABLK,
Chairman of the Faculty. , "augi-thstnlmo
ABACB CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
VT SCHOOL.-Instruction will be given and the
use or machines allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
M.. at the Depository, Chalmers street. Junia
ASHINGTON AND LEE
Thc next Session or this Institution will com?
mence on the Third Thursday (I9thi or september.
1872, and continue without intermission until the
Fourth Thursday lo June, 1873.
The instruction embraces thorough
CLASSICAL, LTTBR4.RT AND SCIENTIFIC
together with the Professional Departments of
LAW ANO ENGINEERING.
The entire expenses ror tho Session of nine
months need not exceed $300 or $325, according
lng to the price of Board. Arrangements are also
made tor messing, ry which Stun ems may reduce
their expenses to $250 per session.
For further Information, address
o""o ? ?;.w- *'. LEE> President, or
augg-6 WM. POLO. Clerk of Faculty.
5^555555^6 ano SisBtfitttiims.
THE FIRM OF^rlEAraTmCE^Ts
thl9 day been dissolved by mutual conspnr
W. F. RICK continue, the bu.Mne^ on his own ac?
count at the old stand, No. is Hyne street:.
J. K. HEATH.
Charleston, August 1. 1872. ku?i^h?u3
pw CONSIGNEE PER MERCHANTS'
Line Sonooner MINNI) will send to Adger'B
North Wharf for goo< before sunset, or they
win be stored attheurlslt and expense. No
claims allowed after goo are removed.
augS 1 ROAO A MOFFETT, Agents
LINE (schooner MINNEAU A, Douglass, Master,
from New York, ate noHed that she is THIS DAY
discharging cargo at (ntral Wharf. All goods
not called for at sunset 7111 be stored at owners
risk and expense. No elms allowed after gooda
leave tua wharf. i F. BAKER A CO.,
augs-i . Agents.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Biitimo, are hereby notified
that she ls THIS Dir dl?iarglng cargo at Pier
NO. 1, Union Wharves, il Goods not taken away
at sunset will remain o wharf at Consignees
risk. 10&DECAI A 00.,
THE CHARESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, for ie Benefltror the Free
School Fund-Offlolal Rale Numbers:
RAFFLE OLASS D. MI-MORNINO.
RAFFLE CLASS IO. 642-EV KN I KO.
50- 2-78-GO- 6- 7-27-22-02-54-64- 26
As witness oar hand at Charleston this atti
day of August, 1372.
aug? sworn Commissioners.
OFFICIAL R?TLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOLT STOCK COMPANY for
the benefit of the State rphan Asylum:
OLASS No. ?9-MOND Y MORNING, August 6.
CLASS NO. 80-MON BY EVBNINO, AUgUSt 5.
Witness my hand at Jbarleston, s. C., 6th day
or August, 1872. A. MOROSO,
auge Sworn Commissioner.
TICE ls hereoy given to all Delinquent Stock?
holders, who Jiave.falle; to pay the Instalments
amounting to TwentyPer Cent, on the Capital,
that, unices payment 3 made or their Insta'
menta forthwith, the ame will be enforced nc
cording to law, without discrimination.
By order or the Boar! or Directors.
pW ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER CIT?
RAILROAD COMPANY, EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
NO. 31 NASSAU STREE?, NEW YORK, AUGUaT |
1ST, 1872.-The Couponsaud Registered Interest,
-due August 16th, 1872, on the First Mortgage
Eight Per Oe nt. (8 per caa t.) Gold Bonds or the st.
Joseph and Denver City Railroad Company, BOTH
EASTERN AND WESTEtN DIVISION, will be paid
at the office or th* Farmers* Loan and Trust Com?
pany of the City or Nen York, upon presentation
and demand, on aod Bfcr date, free or tax.
FRANCIS A. COFFIN,
ang3-12 Assistant Treasurer.
^TO THE PUBLIC.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED would respectfully give notice that he
has sold to Messrs. KING A ROS BOROUGH, or j
Wsldo, Florida, in whom the utmoat confidence
may be placed, the exclusive right to manufac?
ture and vend his medical preparation known aa
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OR LIVER |
CURE,in the State or sooth Carolina. Persons pur?
chasing this preparation may rely on petting a
genuine article. This justly celebrated Compound
ls the result or years or CIOBO study and.expert
men t, and will be found to be Jost what lt is recom?
mended. Will do all that ls claimed for lt. and
even more. As it seems there are some persons
who think this Compound ls an imitation of the
Old SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR, lt ls not
amiss to mention just here that the Patentee or
this article was the former proprietor of the Reg?
ulator, and can say lrom many years' experience j
that SIMMONS'S HEPATIO COMPOUND OR j
LIVER CURE ls far superior to the Regulator lu
thc treatment or all diseases for which it ls re
CICERO A. SIMMONS, Patentee.
The above article Is Bold by all Druggists la this J
State at retail. Kept wholesale by
DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
nag2-rmw3 sole Agents for South Carolina
pW IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re j
R. j. DA VAN r, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees of |
the College or Beaufort.-Pursuant to the order or
the lion. C. B. FARMER, Jadge, In the above stated
caae, notice ls hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors or WILLIAM H. WIGG,
that said Court has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date ot this order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the un?
dersigned, receiver, at his ornee, io the Court?
house at Beaufort. H. G. JUDD,
0. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S. C.. June 14,1872. . jun22 GO
pw GRAY HAIR MAY BE MADE TO
lake on Its youth fal color and beauty by the use
Of HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
NEWER, the best preparation for the hair known
to the science of medicine and chemistry.
pw WHEN YOU ARE DEPRESSED
by the gaunt, sickly feeling of a disordered sys?
tem, which needs to be cleansed and stimulated
into healthy action, take a dose or two of AYER'S
PILLS and see how quick you can be restored tor
a shilling. auoS-stutba
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gray hair ita natural color and youthful appear?
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from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place or all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now in ase. Numerous testimonial
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everything in which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
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clothes or scalp,, is agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or the best dressings for the Hair in
ase. lt restores tho color or the Hair "moro per
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thc nourishing qualities necessary to its gi ow th
and hoalthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth or the Hair more posi?
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this won t err ni discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $l a
bottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. c.
For Bale by the Agent, DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
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of Errors and Abases in early life. Manhood re?
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FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, K. OP P.
Attend the Regular semi-Monthly Meeting
Di your Loo ge THIS EVBNINO, at Pythian Hall, at
J o'clock. ._"
3y orner W. 0. J. 0. RIPLEY. R. S.
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.-THE REGU?
LAR Meeting of your Society will be held
rms (Tae8dsy) EVBNINO. at 8 o'clock.
ango JAMES ARMSTRONG, Jr., Secretary.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB.-ATTEND
the Regalar Montbty Meeting of your < Ino
THIS (Tnesdxy) EVENING, at hair-past 8 o'clock, at
Mrs. Barnard's Pall, Society street.
nuga_ORO ROE w. DAVIS. Secretary.
GERMAN FREUNDSCHAFTSBUND. -
The Regular Monthly Meeting will be held
at the Hall THIS EVBNINO, the em instant, at 8
o'clock. Members are requested to be punctual.
J. M. PETERSEN,
CHARLESTON SOCIAL MOUNTED
CLUB, ATTENTION !-Members are hereby
Dotllled to attend the Regular Meeting or the Club,
THIS EVBNINQ, at corner Mary and Klug streets,
at 8 P. M. By order. 0. LIEBKNROOO,
ri BRM AN HUSSAR TILTING CLUB.
\JC The Regular Monthly Meeting of your Club
wm be held THIS EVBNINO, at 8 o'clock, at No. 83
Matket street. A punctual attendance ls request?
ed. J. C. W. BISCHOFF, First Director.
augtt_; .- _-_
CHARLESTON "HOOK AND "LADDER,
No. l.-Attend tn? Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of your Company THIS (Tuesday) EVBNINO, at
By order. ?' FRANK J. MCDAREY,
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend Regular Monthly Meet?
ing at Engine House, THIS EVBNINO, <eth lust.,)
at 8 o'clock. E. B. LEsESNM,
ange Secretary pro tem.
PROMPTITUDE. FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY Attend thc regular Monthly Meet
lng of your Company, at Liberty Kail, at 8 o'clock
By order of the President.
R. W. BROWN,
augs-*_Secretary of P. F. E. co.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUB?
LIC LANDS.-The members of the Board of
Commissioners or Pnbllc Lands are summoned to
atteu d a Meeting, THIS EVBNINO, at Market Hall,
at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order of the President.
J. M. F. DEREEF, secretary B. 0. P. L.
WA^TEDTA SITUATION BY A RE?
SPECTABLE white girl to cook aud wash
for a small family. Good recommendations given
if required. Address "L," at this ofllce.
WANTED TO HIRE, A NURSE FOR
an infant, one who eau make herself gen?
erally userai. Apply at No. 25 Washington street.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE COLOR?
ED Woman to cook for a small family.
Apply at No. 6 Meeting street._aogg-?
ANTED, A COLORED BOY AS POR?
TER tn a store. Apply, with reference
from former emp oyer, to No. i4l Eas t Bay.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A HOUSE
containing four or five rooms pleasantly
located. Address, stating termB and location, A.
B. C., NBWS Office._auge-tuth2?
WANTED IN AN OFFICE, A LAD.
fifteen or Mxteen years of age who will
make himself user it and writes a fair hand. Ad
dress "Merchant," care DAILY NBWS. ang8-l
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 55 SMITH
street, io rooms and garden. Also, a Room
on Sullivan's Uland. Apply to C. W. CROUCH,
next door. _ang6-i?
WANTED AT ONCE, A GOOD WASH?
ERWOMAN to wash for a sm jil family.
Apply at No. 32 South Bay._ange 1*
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
cook for a small family and make her?
self generally useful. Recommendations requir?
ed. Apply at No. 3ii F.ast Bay._aug6l?
WANTED, AN ELDERLY MAN OR
BOY, to attend to one Boree and make
himself generally oseTuL None need apply unless
he has recommendations irom his lost employer.
Apply at No. 22 Vendue Range._ang8-l
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A MID
DLEaged white man In ?onie capacity
Where ho ?OD LL?.mir usoful to tin emptor -
ei o lubcreats. Auaiess u. ?a. u. tr., at tais om ce.
WANTED, FOR A SMALL FAMILY, A
Woman, to co k and wash and make her?
self userul. Appiy, with recommendations, at No.
104 fradd atreet._aug2
ALADY COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
usual English Studies, Music, French and
bann, wishes a alt nation as TE AC HE rt in a fami
I ly, or would take a School. References given.
Address Miss P. ti., Adalravllle, Qa.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
Subtle institut lon, or as private tutor In a ram: ly.
o objections to going lato the country, can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches or a good education. Salary of not BO
great consideration os pleasant association. Ad
dress c. D. V., it the oifice of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE'INSURANCE COMPANY laines Joint
Lite Policies, insuring tho lives or partners lu
business, so that, on the death or either, the
amouut Insured for ls paid to the sui vi vin g party,
lt also iusures husband aud wire on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street,
RENTUOKY~MtrcX?oT REMOVED TO
Na 86 Church street, near Broad, where
Mules and Horses will De sold low on time. R.
MULES, AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
No. 8s Church street. Just arrived from the
West, twenty Prime MULE*. For sale oa time.
STAVES! STAVES!-WAN TED, TWEN
T^jFivE experienced, weite or colored,
I Mea, accustomed to getting oat Rice-Barret
Staves. Six dollars per thousand will be paid at
the siump.. Apply at the woodyard on the Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad Wharf.
CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE; ALSO
Cauliflower Plants, by F. COOK, Percy
atreet, one door from Line. _aug5-2?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
aud at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSFURD. Sudth atreet. north of Wentworth.
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being about to leave the state,
oilers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
thc "Yeoman'sTract," situated in Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The line or the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular Siw
Min or Dr. J. C. Miller not more than a mlle from
the rlchly-tlmbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops or cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge of the
body of Umoer, and the locality Is remarkably
The Umb^re?5pprtiou (719 .acres) preaents as
flnu a body-or Inn; forest aa J he eye can meet
with in this Stat ?"vary lng from the smallest sized
cap timbei'- to the'1 artr st ran ?ing size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no liner opportunity bas ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, BB they
have the option cf chipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rad.
For farther particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq., Attorney at Law,
Wlillston, so. ca. in whose hands are tho titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August 1st, 1872.
aug3 h. N. MILLER.
TO RENT, THREE NICE ROOMS WITH
a large piazza and kitchen room. Water nn
the lot. Appiy at No. 29 Hasel street. aug6-2*
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, A
small and comfortable Dwelling, on Froot
Beach, east of Fort Moultrie. Apply at No. U8
T~~0 RENT, HOUSE No. 20 BEA?FAIN
street, just painted and repaired throughout.
Apply to THUS. FROST, No. 64 Broad street.
TO RENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE,
comer of Wentworth and Smith streets.
House and premises In good order, with fine cis?
tern. For further Information apply io S. B.
PIOKESS, S. 0. R. R. Office, corner of King and
Ann streets. julye-stuthlmo
Municipal JSotuee. ._
pw* MAIN GUARDHOUSE, OFFICE OP
0H1EF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. C., AU?
GUST 3D, 187.2.-Notice' to hereby given to al
whom lt may concern that, until otherwise
ordered, the following localities are designated
for BATHING PURPOSES, viz:
. ON TEX WB8T.
Extreme end of Broad street, beyond the Rafts,
and Gadsden's Crees.
.ON THU Ki.gr.
Vardeil's Creek and the Central Wharves of
John Fraser & Co.
The Police are instructed to arrest all persons
nfund Bathing elsewhere.
JOHN C. M1NOTT,
abg3 3_chief of Police.
#S-CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNOIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JULY 31,1872.
Sealed eatimatea will be received at this office
until August 20, at 4 P. M., lor repairing the
Charleston College Building, according to plans
and specifications In the City Engineer's office. '
W. W. SIMONS,
angl-thstne Cleric of Connell.
iDarcbra, J emms, 4ft.
ALL, .BLACK ?fc CO.,
NOS. m AND 687 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their Immense stock of
uring the summer months. All goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
clsse the business. junto
Drugs at COrjolesale.
The best Tonic, Invigorant and most delightful
Appetizer, Improved by the addition of a new
foreign Aromatic Herb and pure Rye Whiskey,
made expressly for these Bitters.
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORE3 TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE,
EXHILARATING TO THE BQDY,
And ls the most popular Bitters now before the
public. Try lt and be convinced._
^OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the cure or Hepatitis, or laver Complaint,
Dy apeala and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic
and Anti-Billons Pill have no superior.
jyjOISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the Juice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
white sugar. _
I jy^OISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, in all cases, lt ls really a specific, and in
the best and most palatable form to give
?...MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IN C SE. .
A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds more of
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER.
Used 'in all the principal Hotels, Boarding
Houses, and many ramilles In this city.
?jl/TOI8E'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW
DKRS A,RK TUK BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great
care. If yon desire to improve and keep your
Stock healthy and in good order, nae them.
Prepared from the best material. For sale by the
gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of aU kinds, fall
[ strength and fiavor, by the dozen or pound.
All the above prepared and sold by *
DOWIE, MOISE 4 DAVIS,
maySl-ftu6moB Charleston, S. C.
THBEE WEEKS AFTER DATE AP?
PLICATION will be made for renewal ol
certificate or 168 shares of Planters' and Me
cuanis' Bank stock, standing la the name ol
Trustees Shirra'a Dispensary, the original having
Charleston, Jnly 8, 1872._angfl-tnth2
jfctasincM Caro?. '
No. 9 BoYOB'S WHARF,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Local Salesman of the celebrated Wright A
Warnock's Horse-Power for ginning. Easllj
adapted to the Old Ring Post, and is a complete
geering, not affected by th'; .weight In the gin
house. Invented by a Barnwell man. Gins, witt
two mules, 40 or 46 saw gins, 1600 to 2o00 poundt
lint per day. Price here $126. Also for Wr?ght'f
Cotton Planter. Best ever lavented. Plants anj
given number of seed any given number of in che;
apart. One band with mule open?, plants ant
covers six acres per day. Price $2S,
T. CHAPEAU ? GO.,
DBALBU8 AND DISTILLBRfl OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
OHABLBSTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid lor Crude.
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Plat Iron. naay20-mwflyr
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD, ?
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
49-Hlgheat prices paid m Cash for Crude Turp?n
m ch io-am ow_
panos, Organs, &z.
Furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. MoOLENAHAN,
Plano and Music Store,
juli31-1 mo No. 191 King street.
?com g iMac Innis.
IJIHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjust mg and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANOF'G CO.,
apr&-lyr Ho. 209 King street.
20 bags COOK ft CHEEK'S (Choice)
46 barr?is Davis's (Best) Family Floor
loo bags Georgia Family Floor. Kenesaw Mills..
150 bags Georgia Family Flour. Pride of Dixie.
100 bags Georgia Extra F our, Marietta Mills.
150 bags Georgia Superflue- Flour, Tenn esse
Mills. , * ???t*
The attention of the tracie is invited to my
stock of FLOUR, and. ss lt ls all on consignment,
will be offered at market races. I shall be in dally
receipt or shipments from the mills I represent,
ID Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina, and
will "sell from the depot In lots, on favorable
terms. J. N. ROBSON,
No. 08 East Bay,
auge-2D4c Ann Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
UTTERI .BUTTER I BUTTER I
Choice and. Medium BUTTER Jost received and
for sale by B. BOYD,
aug6-tuth2 No. 193 East Bay.
HORTS AND BRAN
75 000 lbs. Fresh Ground SHORTS
60,000 lb'. Fresh Ground Bren.
Will ?ell at Augusta prices in lots of fi ooo lbs.
angs.tntb83 _JOBN 0AMP8EN A CO.
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH, OR AP?
PROVED PAPER :
1,000 rolls Heavy Dsmestlc BAGGING
- loo bales Gunny Bagging
10,000 bundles Cotton Ties
600 bags>Rlo. Java and Laguayra coffee
400 obis. Beaned sugars
60 hhds. D emera ra and Porto Rico Sugars
1200 hbds. Reboiled Molasses
l.ooo kegs Nails-assorted sizes
600 bozes Adamantine Candles
1,000 sacks Salt ?
loo hilda. C. K. and Dry Salt Bacon
los obis. Leaf Lard
' 600 bbls. Hour-Family, Extra and Super '
Orange Ri?e Powder, Shot, Lead, Starch, j
_Soaps, Ac_ jqlyso-tufimos
JpOURTH DIRECT IMPORTATION
SONOMA AND MOUNTAIN.
Extract from the Report of the United States
Commissioner of the General Land Office for I860:
..In California the average number of vines to
the acre ls nine Hundred, and tho product eight
hundred gallons or wine and twenty of Brandy;
more than three tlmea the average product in
France." JOHN HURKAMP A 00.
aogl-tbatn3*_"_. ; .
QOQNAG AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, JN 9. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. SL Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varions vintages, ia
_Caaes ol one dosen bottles each.
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. lio Bast Bay, offer for
aale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A OO.
Jp ALKIBK A LE.
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow. In Pints. MORDECAI A 00.
pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A co., Na no East Bay, offer for
ealo choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, m strong
packages._MORDECAI A 00.
J) RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI ft co., NO. no East Bay; offer for
?ale Prime White CORN; in new sacks.
_ MORDECAI ft 00. '
/CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI ft CO., Na 110 East Bay, otter for
aale au invoice of Choice HAVANA OIGABSTdt*
rect rrom Factory In Havana. t ...vi . -
ANDAMAN TI NE CANDLES,
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for sato
by A. TOBIAS' SONS.
g ULLI VANS ISLAND . SUPPLIES.
G BEAT NEWS
FOR THE ISLANDERS I
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS, i
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS 1
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
! 8. H. WILSON ft BRO.,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to auch of the
Islanders as patronize them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shah take pleasure lu taking charge of any
goods bought in Charleston, not in our line, to
deliver to our Customers.
Any orders entrusted to oar care, either in o.
line of business or not, will meet 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 ft BRO.
Ka soe KIMO STOUT, CHABUSTOM, S. C.