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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1672.
HEWS OF THE DAT.
* -Gerrit Smith's son and nephew repudiate
Grant and support Greeley.
-The venerable ex-President Fillmore has
declared his intention to support Greeley and
-The overflowed Alabama colton fields,
now that the water has left them, look black,
as if seared with Are.
-On account of feeble health, the Marquis
of Lorne has been compelled to seek leave
of absence from his parliamentary dulles.
-The two most celebrated club orators un?
der the Commune, the famous Alix and Ba- j
bick, Villuminie, are now hopelessly Insane.
-The ex-Emperor Napsleon has prepented
a claim to have such articles as belonged to j
his uncle, now In the Museum of Sove/elgns,
at the Louvre, returned to him.
-Hrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe has aroused
the displeasure ot Algernon Charles Swin?
burne, and he calls ber "blatant Cassanloof
Boston, a rampant Mesnad ot Massachusetts/1
-The mother of the Worrell sisters turned
every diamond presented to her daughters
Into bard cash, and purchased property on Bay
Ridge, L. I, which has quadrupled In value.
-Niagara Falls has been stormed by bridal
parties of late, and their Borneo and Juliet
exhibitions in public have disgusted bachelors
and driven old maids almost crazy.
-November 2Ctb is to be celebrated by the
Presbyterians as the three hundredth anniver?
sary of the formation of the tl rsi presbytery
-Frederick Spielbagen, the German novel- ]
1st, has declined an offer to become edltor-ln
chief o? a German newspaper published In St.
-President Thiers said the other day in the
French Assembly that, in his opinion, King
William, or Prussia, was an abler man than
Frederick the Great; that Bismarck was
greater than Cardinal Richelieu, and Field
Marshal Moltke the most eminent strategist
that ever lived.
-A London letter states that OBe of the
most influential members of the International
Worklngmen's Association says that it is not
improbable that the dissolution of the asso?
ciation will be accomplished at the coming
general congress at the Hague, on the 2d o?
-The New Yorker Staats Zeitung says of |
the Banks defection: "The secession of Gen?
eral Banks from the ranks ot General Grant
ls the first fruit of the Sumner pronnnciamen
ta We fully expect that the advance which
Greeley will make in this direction will prove
quite' Important. The long pending question
as to whether Greeley could or contd not suc?
ceed In making a serious spilt In the Republi?
can party must now without any farther proofs
be conceded in the affirmative."
-The cable a lew days since spoke ol the
approach of cholera westward through Rus?
sia, and a later dispatch announced the ap?
pearance ol' three cases In Berlin. It may
next be heard of In Hamburg and Altona, and
at other points In various parts of Europe. Al?
most every year we hear such reporLs, with
some difference In localities. An official re?
port has recently been made in England In
which tbe progress and direction of cholera
for several years past is traced, from- which it
would seem to be probable that cholera has
now become one of the permanent diseases of J
the world, and ls always prevailing in one j
place or another.
-If there be any doubters who still insist
upon discrediting the Stanley-Livingstone
revelations, they will be silenced by the late
cable 'dispatches.. Lord Granville officially
acknowledges the receipt of a pacLage of |
letters and dispatches from Dr. Livingstone,
delivered to the British ambassador In Pari?
by Mr. Stanley. Lord Granville writes to Mr.
Stanley that there ls no question of tin- au?
thenticity o? these documents; Dr. Living?
stone's son says "ditto," and the redoubtable
Stanley himself Is invited to dine with the
Premier ol' England, to breakfast with the
Duke o? Argyle, and to become the guest ot
the '.Mayor of Brighton. There can be no j
further question as to the discovery of Dr.
Livingstone by Mr. Stanley, and as ta- the au?
thenticity of all the letters delivered in Eng?
land. The letters published in America now
alone have to carry the marka of discredit,
and we have no doubt they win" in due lime
be fully authenticated. Though it ls very odd
that in the latter there are some very peculiar
American slang phrases which at least sug?
gest that Mr. Stanley may have taken Hie
liberty to "spice thens, up" a little.
.^Aa Ideal miser has Just died ia New York,
after a brief illness. His name wits Mitchell
Hart, and he was called the millionaire pawn?
broker cf Chatham street. He was a most
remarkable man, eccentric in habit, and died
worth over three millions of dollars. For the
past thirty years, it ls saM, be never leif the
city, and since his boyhood he bad lived with
his brother Henry ia the dingy brick struc- j
ture in Chatham Btreet, BO well known to pe?
destrians of that thoroughfare as "The Mi?
ser's Best." Mitchell was never InBlde a
theatre, never attended a party or ball, and
never had a holiday. He died without having
seen Brooklyn-although he was bom in New
York, or Hoboken, or Staten Island. He nev?
er saw a locomotive, or knew how the coun-1
try looked. He had a great genius for making
money. When the Third Avenue Railroad was |
in its Infancy, and the stock very low, these
brothers bought twenty-two thousand out o?
forty thousand shares, which they have since
held,'and which, it ls useless to Bay, insured
a splendid fortune. The brothers led a genu?
ine hermit's life, passing all their days in the
old den referred to, with no one near them
save an old servant, wbo, it is understood,
called once a day lo attend to a few domestic
details. Even nntil a few days of his death,
Mitchell refused to leave the place, and only
finally consented to be removed to the house
of his niece, in Nineteenth street, when he
lound that death was inevitable. Verily, he
bad his reward.
-By the new postal law which camel?lo
operation on the 1st of July, a great benefit j
has been conferred upon the general public.
According to the new regulations, packages
pf dry goods, hardware, drugs, (except liquid
drugs,) and other merchandise, not exceed?
ing twelve ounces In weight, can be mailed to
any part of the United States at a charge of
two cents for each two ounces or fraction of
two ounces. Much time and money will be
saved by this arrangement. The postofflce au?
thorities will iorward a twelve ounce package
to San Francisco for twelve cents. For In?
stance, a pair ol boots, If neither boot weighs
more than the specified twelve ounces, may
be wrapped up in two separate parcels and
sent across the continent for twenty-four
eenie. Up to the present time, it is said, the
postoffice has lost money by the new system,
simply owing lo the fact that the general pub?
lic has not taken advantage ol it to such an
extent as will make lt remunerative. But lt
ls confidently expected that when the ad?
vantages of the system are thoroughly appre?
ciated"^ the scheme will prove as profitable to
the government as It is beneficial to the pub?
lic, "lt ls in fact nothing more nor less than an
adapt ntion of the English parcel post, and al?
though the charges In England are somewhat
less than the rate adopted here, yet, when it
ls remembered that the distances are as
nothing when compared with those in this
country, it will be seen that lhere is no cause
Senator Sumner to Speaker Blaine.
j The letter of Senator Sumner to Mr.
Speaker Blaine is broader and stronger, in
some particulars, than the famous address
to the colored people, which called forth Mr.
Blaine's attack. It is convincing evidence
that the Massachusetts senator adheres in?
flexibly to the Liberal cause, and is ready to
take up whatever controversial gauntlet bis
fellow-Republicans may throw down. It is
comparatively freo from the tinge or per?
sonal bitterness which lessened the force of j
his previous utterances. It plants Mr. Sum?
ner in the centre of Ute platform of Recon?
ciliation and Equal Rights. It contains
generous words, which elevate the writer
before the people and will cot fall unheeded
upon the Southern ear.
Mr. Blaine, il will be remembered*, taunted
Mr. Sumner with clasping hands with the
friends and upholders of the Carolina Con?
gressman, who assailed him, years ago, in I
the Senate; and if Mr. Sumner were as vin?
dictive as Southerners are apt to think him,
tho brutal sneer would have liad ?ts effect.
Bul it is met honestly and bravely. WhaltjH
says Mr. Sumner, lias Preston Brooks to (io I
with the Presidential election? And lesl'it
should be thought that this rejoinder was not j
sufficiently explicit, Mr. Sumner continues:
"Never while a sufferer did any one hear me I
"speak of bim in unkindness; and now,
"after the lapse of more than half a genera
"Lion, I will not unite with you in dragging J
"him from the grave where he sleeps, to J
"aggravate the passions of a political con-1
"flict, and arrest the longing for concord."
Coming from a man in Mr. Sumner's posi-1
tion, thia is rare magnanimity. It should
cause those who have liked him least to
think kindly of bim now. j
PasBing to the purely political part of Mr.
Blaine's letter, Senator Sumner meets the
objection that Mr. Greeley is not to be trust-1
ed because Democrats support him. This
idea is the bane of party politics. A politi
cal leader is praised to the skies so long as
he blindly obeys the commands of the party,
but when patriotism and conscience require
him to rebel be is branded a renegade, a I
traitor, a person unworthy of trust. The I
man is to-day what he was yesterday; yet the J
lips that were warm with eulogy are instantly
foul with abuse. If the Democrats vote for !
an original Abolitionist, says Mr. Sumner, j
"so much the better-their support is the
"assurance that tbe cause he has so con-1
"stantly guarded, whether of eqnal rights or
"reconciliation, is accepted by Democrats, I j
"and this is the pledge 'of a trne union be-1 i
"yond anything in oar history." That which j
is intrinsically right is made the stronger,
not the weaker, by ibe accession of those 11
who fought against it and contested its
truth. Nor-fs Mr. Sumner moved by Mr. j
Blaine's fear that the Greeley administration
will be controlled.by the party who "denied I
"the rights of tbe black men." The consti-1
tutional amendments and the Cincinnati
Baltimore platform give the freedmen all
the guarantees they require. Mr.' Sumner j
believes that tbe Congress chosen with I
Horace Greeley wiil be in harmony with
him; but, "I say plainly, and without hesi-1
"tation"-says Mr. Sumner-"that I prefer j
"Horace Greeley, tofft any Congress thal is I
'.possible on Ute Cincinnati platform, to
"President Grant with his pretensions and
''his Rings." This is an unequivocal doti-1
ance of the Grant party. They know what I
they have to expect. ?
Mr. Sumner's letter is short, sharp and lo
the point As a campuign document, il I
does not reach as far as his letter to the
colored people; but as an outspoken dec?a-1
ration of the fixed opinions of the si rouges t
Republican in New England it will have a
powerful influence upon the canvass. Il is
bold and aggressive, and be must be a daring
follower who now measures pens with Sam
ner in defence of President Grant.
TUB GOLDEN LION OK GKANDPERE. Ry An?
thony Trollope. New York : Harper &
Mr. Trollope's name Is ample guaranty for
the merit o? a new novel. The tale before us
is the old, old story of Love conquering
difficulties. The scene ls laid in Lorraine,
and the Incidents are unfolded in an easy,
natural and pleasant style. There ls nothing
harrowing In the plot, and, after a reasonably
severe struggle, the curtain falls upon the he?
roine married to the right fellow, and the
whole array or her foes effectually and justly,
though not disagreeably, disposed of.
Paper. Pp. 175. Price 75 cents.
A SEVEN MONTHS' BUN UP AND DOWN AN?
AROUND THE WORLD. Dy James Brooks.
New York : D. Appleton & Co.
A very Interesting volume, made up of a
series of letters written to the New York im?
press, by Its editor, while journeying in Hie
East In quest ot health and recreation. Mr.
Brooks, like the trained journalist that he is,
has managed to see about all that is worth
geeing wherever he went, and dots down lils
impressions in a lively and readable narrative,
the bulk of which is devoted to lils observa?
tions of men and manners in China and Japan.
The author hopes that his letters may, in a
certain degree, serve as a guide book to inex?
perienced travellers In the East, and espe?
cially correct the popular delusion that lt is
impossible, even with the facilities of steam
transportation, to make a satisfactory trip
around the world inside of a twelvemonth.
Cloth. Pp. 375. Price $1 75.
Is IT TRUE ? Tales, Curious and Wonderful.
Collected by the author of John Halifax,
Gentleman. New York : Harper & Bros.
Miss Molock has here given us a budget of
charming fairy tales, which she has gleaned
from the folk-lore of varions countries, and
dressed np In just the form to render them
most attractive to the little people. The par?
ticular merit of these stories Is that while they
are |ust as curious and wonderful as any that
anybody has ever read or need ever want lo
read, they are thoroughly new in character
and in Incident. The iairies and the goblins
are not our old acquaintances, and they man?
age to do things never done by fairy or goblin
? Cloth. Pp. 208. Price 90 cents.
THROWN TOGETHER. By Florence Montgomery.
Author of "Misunderstood." Philadelphia :
J. B. Llpplncott & Co.
; This is a book about children, but hardly lor
children. It ls rather "that child's heart
Swithin the man's" which will truly appreciate
the history of Nina and Mervyn as it is told
here-told with a grace and tact and delicacy
as charming as they are rare. The author has
powers of pathos and insight which ought to |
enable her to take a high rankin fiction, if j
She ever cornea to deal with ibe broader ele?
ments of interest which are to be lound In the
jives of "children of ? larger growth" than
the heroes and heroines ot her present mimic
: Cloth. Pp.349. Price$175.
TheBe books may be had at Fogariles, King
The State Printing.
[From the Columbia Carolinian.]
Perhaps the entire anti-Republican press in
South Carolina is entitled .to the same vindi?
cation as THE CHARLESTON NKWS from any
charge ot complicity with the managers ol- the
public printing In the frauds which are charged
against that department.
The printing of the acts in the newspapers
ot the Stale was a very proper measure, and
the only mode of Informing the citizens In?
terested In the laws passed for this govern?
ment, of the nature and requirements of those
jaws. But a question arises as to the contract
by which this was done. We happen to have
the best evidence the case admits of, while
the charge against Hie Slate was len cents
per line, in some cases the parties who per?
formed the work received six cents; and those
who let the job pocketed the other four cents
We do not say, nor do we believe, that these
terms governed a!! the contracts made: but
some were so made, and now that the ques?
tion bas been made, lt may be proper that the
contractors "who do not choose to be classed
"for a moment In any way willi the political
"vultures who, for the last few years, have
"been fattening upon the vitals of the State,"
should vindicate themselves, as THE NEWS has
done, from their complicity in fraud, suggested
by the fact above stated, as lo compensation.
Nutriment or Poison 1
.It would be a good thing for the world at
large If physicians could only determine posi?
tively whether alcohol is or is not an element
of nutrition. One scientific man will tell you
it ls only a stimulant and re'ish; another,
equally scientific In reputation, that lt ls
nothing but poison; while a third will boldly
proclaim that not only is lt food, If taken in
moderation, but that there are abundant cases
on record where life han not only been sus?
tained entirely by alcohol, but when all other [
known means ol nutriment would have proved
unavailing. In the last number of the Pradi.
tioner, there ls a reply, by A. Dupre, Ph. D., to
an Important paper by Dr. Victor Bubbolln, In
which the latter takes the ground of Hie total
elimination theory, i. e., that alcohol leaves
the body without In any way assimilating toit,
and, consequently, ls no lood whatever, but
only a baneful stimulant and relish. M. Dupre
combats these opinions with well-sustained
proofs t'jat alcohol taken in moderation is
capable of supplying no small portion ot the
energy necessary to sustain Hie. The Impres.
sion left by these discussions ls that the merits
of alcohol, like many other tirings, lie In the
use or the abuse of it- Taken In small quanti?
ties, and Blmply as a stimulant, it' seems not
only capable of resisting the wear and tear of
life, but ot even partaking the character of
food; taken in excess, and as a narcotic, it is
a poison and puis a man o<i the high road to
paralysis and death.
According to Mr. John W. Carrington, In
the last Appletons' Journal, the equestrienne
of the future will "witch the world with noble
"horsemanship" in a novel fashion. Clad in
Bloomer costume, "with full skirt falling a
"little below the knee, Turkish trousers gath?
ered at the ankle, a neat liL'li gaiter or
"Zonave bootee, and a jaunty riding hat and
"plume," the rider will mount astride, as men
do, and canter away at her ease, with no pom?
mel of the ordinary side saddle to chafe her;
no twist ot the body to imperil her spine; no
lear or loose girths before her eyes; no flying
skirt to irigtiien her horse, or to render her ns
helpless as lt tied up In a sack If she should
happen to be thrown. There is much taut Is
dangerous about the present fashion of riding
habits, yet we hear of but lillie injury result?
ing from their use. A ladies' saddle, also, IH
not what it should be. As between the pres?
ent mode of riding and the change proposed
by Mr. Carrington, however, there ls some?
thing to be said on both sides, and when he
asks, "Who will try the new fashion ?" we are
decidedly ol' Hie opinion that he will meet J
with no response.
The Wt;ru Cadet.
In noticing the very grave charge made
against the official Integrity ol Hie President In
relation lo the negro cadet, the Administration
papers are feeble in their denial. It will be
remembered that whatever Imputation rests '
on the President reals upon the testimony of |
General Howard, and Mr. Clark is very ex?
plicit In giving the very words which, in ex?
tenuation of his own conduct In the premises,
that "Christian hero" used. The New York
Times thus guardedly notices the matter :
We know something of Mr. Clark, and we
do not believe he would wilfully make a false
statement. We also know something of Gen?
eral Howard, and feel assured that he would
never give utterance to the language with
which he ls credited.
Here ls a contradiction which it is none of ]
our business to reconcile.
<?b nt at io na?.
ASH?IT?TTOIT^AN D LEE
The next Session or this Institution will com?
mence on thc Third Thursday (l?thi ot September,
1872, and continue without Intermission until the
Fourth Tim red ay in June, 1873.
The Instruction embraces thorough
CLASSICAL, LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC
together with the Profeaalonal Departments or
LAW AND ENGINEERING.
The entire expenses for the Seislon of nlno
months need nut exceed $300 or $325, according
lng to the price or Boam. Arrangements are also
made lor messing, by which Stuoenta may reduce
their expenses to $250 per sesBlon.
For luriber Information, address
O. W. C. LEE, President, or
aug2-6 WM. DOLD, clerk of Faculty.
BORO'.- As this Ctorctiwill be cloaed for Re?
pairs, Pewbolders are requested to remove their
Books, cashions, Ac, on or before THURSDAY, the
8th Instant. ang7-2
"jm' OOBWms? PER STEAMSHIP I
j. Vf. EVERMAN, from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that she ls ctacbanrlng Cargo at Brown's
Wharf. All goodanot removed by sunset win
remain on wharf it consignees' risk and ex?
pense, j WM. A. COURTENAY,
pm* THE CEAELESTON CHABJTA
BLE ASSOCIATION for the Bene flt of the Free
School Fund-Offlcltl Raffle Numbers:
RAFFLE OLiSS No. 613-MORN INO.
64-23- 7-17-68-61-41-67- 9-49-65-31
RAFFLE CUSS NO. 644-Ev BN I KG.
As witness onr hands at Charleston thia 6th
day or August, is rt
JAMES GILLI LAND,
aug: Sworn Commissioners.
^SBT OFFICIAI RAFFLE NDMBEES OF
THE CH A KL KS TO > JOINT STOCK. COMPANY for
the benefit or the State Orphan Asylum:
CLASS No. si-TCKSDAY MORNING, August e.
4 -78 -70-07-17-62-68-20-64-64 -28-16
CLASS No. 8?-TUESDAY EVRNINO, August 6,
Witness my hand at Charleston, S. C., 6th day
Ol August, 1872. A. MOROSO,
aug7 Sworn Commissioner.
PB* ENTERPRISE RAILROAD.-NO
TIUE ls hereby given to all Delinquent Stock-1
holders, who have failed to pay the Instalments
amounting to Twenty Per Cent, on the Capital,
that unlrss payment ls made or their Instal?
ments forthwith, the same wm be enforced ac?
cording to law, without discrimination.
By order or the Board of Directors.
pm* ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER CITY
RAILROAD COMPANY. EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
NO. SI NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK, AL'G DST |
1ST, 1872.-The Coupons and Registered interest?
due August 15th, 1872, on the First Mortgage
Eight Per Cent. (8 per cent.) Gold Bonds or the St.
Joseph and Denver City Railroad Company, BOTH
EASTERN AND WESTERN DIVISION, Will be paid
at the office of tin Farmers' Loan and Trust Com?
pany of the City or New York, opon presentation
and demand, on and after date, tree of tax.
FRANOIS A. COFFIN,
ang3-12 Assistant Treasurer.
?ar TO THE. PUBLIC-THE UNDER?
SIGNED would respectfully give notice that he
has sold to Messrs. KING A ROSBOROUGH, of I
Waldo. Florida, in whom the utmost confidence [
may bo placed, the exclusive right to manu rac
turo and vend his medical preparation known as
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OR LIVER
CURE,lu the State of South Carolina. Persons pur?
chasing this preparation may rely on getting a
gennlne article. This justly celebrated Compound
ls the result or years or close study and experi?
mented will befonnd to he Just what lt ls recom?
mended. will do all that ls claimed for lt, and
even more. Aa lt seems there are some persons I
who think thia Componnd ts an Imitation of the
Old SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR, lt ls not
amiss to mention just here that the Patentee or |
this article waa the former proprietor of the Reg?
ulator, and can say from many y ears' experience I
that SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OR
LIVER CURE ls far superior to the Regulator lo
the treatment or all diseases for which lt ls re-1
OICERO A. SIMMONS, Patentee.
The above article ls sold by all Druggists in this
State at retail. Kepbwholesale by
DOWIE, MOisrc * DAVIS,
nagi?-fmw3 Sole Agents tor South Carolina
pm* IN COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex parte BAILEY A COMPANY In re
R. J. DA VANT, commissioner, VS. the Trustees or |
the College of Beaufort-Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. C. B. FARMER, Judge, In the above stated
case, notice ls hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors or WILLIAM H. WIGG.
that said Conrt has limited and allowed ninety
Jays from the date or this order In which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the un?
dersigned, receiver, at his o ni ce. lu the Court?
house at Beaufort. U. G. JUDD,
0. 0. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S. C.. June 14,1872._Jun22-60
pm* O N MARRIAGE.
Happy relier for Yoang Men from the effects
or Error? and Abuses lu early lire. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Hooke
and circular* sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa neus
flin ni cipa-1 Notices.
pm* PIRE DEPARTMENT. - THE
order In relation to Engines doing service In the
several Fire Districts ls hereby revoked.
M. H. NATHAN,
auR7-2 Ohler Fire Department
o R S^THLTE"
Charleston City Ballway stock.
Charleston City Stock,
Charleston Gas Company Stock.
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad Bonds.
Columbia City Coupons.
Nashville city Coupons.
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
ang7-2 No. SS Broad street.
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH * co.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
NO. 20 WALLSTREET.
JgANKING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
No. 32 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits issued, available
throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank or Lon?
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all their branches;
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received In r ltber Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which pass
through the Clearing Honse as ir drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certificates or Deposit issued bearing Interest at
enrrent rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. n Old Broad Btreet, London.
Panos, Organs, &c.
pIANOS AND ORGANS.
Furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. McCLENAHAN,
Piano and Mnslc store,
july 31-lmo No. 191 King Btreet
OF P.-STONEW?LL LOD7?TE,"T?O7
. 6.-The Recular Meeting of thia Lodge
wm he-held THIS EVSNINO, at Pythian Hall, at 8
Members will come prepared to pay arrears.
aog7*~_ROBT. r?. STARR, w. R. Scribe.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AXMEN.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company win ba nek! Tins (Wed?
nesday) F.VKNiKO, the 7ih Instant, at your Engine
House, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. J. Wi McKEN RY.
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN
GINK COMPANY.-Attend yonr Kee u ar
Mon'hly Meeting, at Eugine-House, THIS EVFN
UCO, 7th lust., at 8 o'clock.
By order. T. 8. MoCARREL,
PALMETTO STEAM FI BE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned to
appear at the Engine House, THIS (Wednesday)
EVKNIKG, at 6 o'clock, for fatigue duty.
By order. . D. KENNEDY.
ATTEN1IONI WAGENER ARTILLERY
CLUB.-Attend a Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of your Club, at Llndsteuc's Hall, THIS KVK
KINO, at 8 o'clock precisely. Members are re?
quested io come prepared to pay their arrears.
By order or the captain.
' j; F. LILIENTHAL,
PUBLIC TEMPERANCE MEETING.
The Regular Wtekly Meeting of Washington
Lodge, No. l, independent Order or Good Temp
lard, will be held at Temperance Hall THIS (Wed
day) EVKNINO, at 8 o'clock. Public Installation of
ByorderW.CS. E. B. EARLE,
aug7 _W. B. S.
YV 14 years old to wait .about a house. Ap
.ply at No. 154 Calhoun street, west end.
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN AS
House Servant Good recommendations
required. Apply at No 4 Rutle Ige avenue.
WANTED, A WA1TINGMAN, OP GOOD
character, in a private family ; one who
understands minting. Apply at me southeast
corner or Wentworth and hntledge streets.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A MID?
DLE aged white man in tome capacity
where he can mate himself useful to his employ -
er's interests. Addiess B. E. H. P., at this office.
WANTED, FOR A SMALL FAMILY, A j
Woman, to co k and wash and make her?
self useful. Apply, with recommendations, at No.
104 Tradd street._aug2
ALADY COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
UBual English studies, Music, French and
Latin, wishes a situation as TEACUEttln a fami?
ly, or would take a School, rceferencea given.
Address Miss P. a., Adalravllle, Ga. -
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
nubile institution, or as private tutor in a family.
No objections to going into the country, can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches of a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress U. D. V., it tho otUce of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the ract that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
Lite Policies, insuring the lives or partners in
business, so that, on the death or either, the
amount insured for ls paid to the surviving party.
It also insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street.
No. 85 Church street, near Broad, where
Mmes and Horses will ne sold low on time. R.
MULES, AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
No. 85Church street. Just arrived from the
West, twenty Prime MULEi. tor sale uu time.
FOR SALE, FOR CASH, A FIRST-CLASS
BAKKOUM, at Georgetown, S. C. doing a
?i ?nil hnsitseaa, togoiuor with a Soda Water Foun?
tain, Billiard and Bagateue Tables, also Restau?
rant in complete order. Tile owner desires to
sell for the purpose or a change In business. For J
particulars, Ac, address "B. A. C.," NBWS olhce.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for aale, very low. J. L.
LUNSFORD. Smith atreet. north of Wentworth.
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being about to leave tne State,
orrers for salo that valuable PLAM'ATiON; called
the "Yeoman'sTract," sbnated In Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Run?, containing 010 acres.
The Une or the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, and the splendid .circular Siw
Min of nr. J. c. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge or the
body of Hmoer, and the locality is remarkably
The timbered portion (719 acres) pr?sents as
tine a body of virgin forest as the eye can meet
with In this State, varying from the smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillera, no Oner opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, as they
have the option or shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rail.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Wlillston, so. Ca. la whose hands aro the titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August 1st, 1872.
aug3 H. N. MILLER.
TO B?N?TFROM FIRST SEPTEMBER |
next, that desirable residence at the south?
west corner or Rutledge and Bull screeis. Apply
tu E. LAFITTE A CO., No. 4 Central Wharf.
TO RENT, THREE NICE ROOMS WITH
a large piazza and kitchen room. Water ?n
the lot. Apply at No. 29 Hasel street, ange-2*
FOR RENT. COOL, COMFORTABLE
Kooma; plenty ot cistern waler. From $3 I
to $0 fer month. Apply at ARUUK.R'S Hnzaar,
King street. aug6-mwf3*
QI op ar mers I) ip s ano fihsBomtian?.
The co-partnership heretofore existing un?
der the name of Ul'SKY A KENYON ts this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
I). D. UTSEY.
August 6, 1872-3* W. A. KENYON.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership,
to do a Produce Business, at the old stand of Ut
sey A Konyon, nnder the name of UrsEY A
STOKES. D. D. UTSEY.
August o, 1872-1* T. M. STOKES.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.- THE
undersigned have this day formed a Co?
partnership tor the purpose of conducting a Gen?
eral Klee, Grocery and Commission Business, un?
der tho arm and name or AUOLPHNIMiTZ A CO.,
at No. 209 East Bay. ADOLPH NIMITZ,
.. C. F. STKECKFUSS.
Charleston, August 1, 1872. aug2-fmw3
T. OHAPEA~? & GO.,
D RALBES ANO DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAT,
The highest prices paid for crude,
jyj-OSES GOLDSMITH & 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
QH AS. LIEBENROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
?-nighest prices paid In Cash ror Crude Turp?n
gULLIYAN'S ISLAND SUPPLIES.
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS J
FOR THE ISLANDERS. I
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOR THE ISLANDERS !
FOB THE ISLANDERS !
8. H. WILSON & BRO. ,
GROCERS, OF CHARLESTON,
Intend delivering GROCERIES to auca o? the
Islanders as patronize them, at their respective
homes on the Island, without extra charge.
We shall ta tee pleasure !n taking charge of any
goods bought m Charleston, not In our line, to
[ deliver to our eastomers.
Any orders entrusted to our care, either In our
Une of business or not, will meet with prompt
WE OFFER YOU TOE FINEST
SELECTED STOCK OF. GROCERIES
PRICES THAT CANNOT BB UNDERSOLD.
Soliciting your patronage,
We are respectfully,
S. H. WILSON A BRO.,
No, sos RINO STRUT, CHARLESTON, 8.0.
Drago at UJIjoleaale.
LL I E B 'S REMEDY
MAN AND BEAST.
Tilla Llnament baa gained a lasting reputation
where lt has been UBed In most cases which re-1
quire an external remedy, auch aa Rheumatism,
Soreness and Swelling of the Breast, Pain and
Weakness in the Back and Joints, Sprains,
Bruises, Cramps, Numbness, Frozen Limbs, Bites
of Insects, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled Neck. Paralysis,- Woonda, Erysipelas,
Bites or Reptiles, Headache, Whire Swellings,
Poison, Burna, all Swellings, Salt Rhen rn, Corns,
Warts, Sore Eyes, Run Rounds, Ac, ac.
It ls warranted to cure Lameness, Spavin, Big
Head, Big Jaw. Founder, Sprains or the Shoulder,
Leg, B-ICK, sinews, Fetlock. Si ide Joint and Hock
Jolut, Splints, Wlud Galls, Ringbone, String Halt,
Swelled Legs. Cracked Heels, Thrush, Poll Evil,
Saddle Galls, Old Sores, strains of the Round
Bone and other Joints, Enlargement of the Back
Joint, and all Diseases of Horses which are caus?
ed by Inflammation of the Muscles.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, June 17,1672.
Messrs. Dowis. MOISE A DAVIS :
Gentlemen-i have used a number of bottles or j
yoor C liner's Remedy for Horses, and from my
experience believe lt to be the best Liniment
ever offered to the pnbllc. I have bad for the
post eleven years a stnbborn case or salt Rhen m
or Tetter on my head and arm, which has been
treated by the most skilled Physicians or Georgia
and South Carolina without success. Two bottles
or Collier's Remedy has effectually enred me.
Proprietor Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeting street,
Oppoalte Pavilion Hotel.
LOUISVILLE, RT., May I860.
ISAAC COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow C. H., Barren
. Co., Ky.
I take great pleasure tn recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost Indispensable article, and
very valuable to all Who own or have charge of
stock. Ic 1B the best 1 have ever used for Sprains,
Sores, or Galla on Horses. Some of the men con?
nected with the Company have used lt for severe ?
Barns and Sores aa well aa Rheumatic Pains, and
for Bruises. Ac, and all say lt acts like magic. In
scratches on Horses lt ls invaluable. We use no
I other Liniment. J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOR, or York County, S. C., writes us,
under dato or october, 1869, as fohowa : "My
hurse was considered worthless, (his case was
Spavin) but since the free use of your Collier's
Remedy I have sold him for.$i60. Your remedy
ls doing wonders np here on man and beast.
DIAMOND HILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. C., )
Jane 7,1670. j
Messrs. nowis. Hoiss A DAVIS, Charleston, S. 0. :
Gentlemen-The box of drugs ordered on Slst
May not arrived yet. We are anxiously awaiting
it, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty calls for lt In the last twenty days.
lt ls decidedly the best medicine that ever was
compounded for what lt professes to do. lt bas
been used In this vicinity for Rheumatism, and
has proved more effectual than anything else.
Dr. G. F. S- cured hlmseir of a bad case of |
Rheumatism by the use of two bottles. He baa
been laid up over three months. He ,s now able to
practice again. Many certificates can be procured
In this vicinity, and we write this from a sense of
duty to you. KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, S. C,
fflrarjs, Ctjeraicaii, &t.
DR. PTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted'under oath never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Oerrtlflcates or testimonials of cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill. Philadel?
phia; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlehtstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jeraey; ex-Senator1 Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted toenre or money relu oded.
DR. GEO. CAULIfcR, Agent,
julyi-lyr Charleston, S. C.
CLEAR RIB SIDES, SHOULDERS,
CHOICE BAHS, SUGAR, STRIPS,
SYRUP AND SOAP. . -
60 Mids. Choice Clear Rib Sides and Shoulders
40 hair hhds. Cholea Dry-Salted Clear Rib?
3011er cea Choice Batos-"Martin's, Palmetto
60 hbl8. Grocery Sugars
60 bbla. Bee Bive Syrup
10 boxes Choice Kew York S. C. Strips
loo boxes Family and No. 1 Soaps.
Ju it received, and (or sale by
ang7-Wf2 LAUREY, ALEXANDER A 00.
ATI H A YI H A Y I
wzjpiea Prime North River, HAY, landing
'rnmvhooner David Nichols.
Forlhlety . HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
aug7 _Kerr'B Wharf.
D UTTER AND CHEESE. ?
Landing and for sale low by .
ADOLPH NIMITZ A CO., ,
aug7-wfm3_ No. 209 East Bay.'
pRIME WHITE HARTLAND CORrL j
For sale low from.Wbarf nv
ang7-2 HENRY COBLA A CO. ,
gIDES, SHOULDERS, FLOUR, Ac.
60 hbds. Prime Western Olear Rib SIDES
20 htids. Prime Western Shoulders !
20 .boxes Dry Salt Clear Rib Sides
20 tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hams
300 bbls! Fresh around Flour, Family, Extra and
60 boxes Tobacco, varions gradea.
For aale b/ TIED EM AN, CALDER A 00.
ang7-wf2_. . . .
XrEW GEORGIA -AND TENNESSEE
20 bags COOK A CHEEK'S (Choice) . li
46 barrels Davis's (Seat) Family Flour
100 bags Georgia Family Flour. Kenesaw Milla/
160 bags Georgia Family Flour, Pride of Dixie. H
100 bags Georgia Extra Flour, Marietta Milla..
ISO bags Georgia Superfine Flour, Tennessee
Mills. . ? . * T" ? ' -
The attention of the trade ls Invited to my
stock of FLOUR, and, ss lt ls all on consignment,
will be offered at market rates. I ahall bein dally
receipt of shipments irom the mills I represent,
In Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina, and
will seU from the depot in lots, on favorable
terms. J. N. RCtesGv, ?.-. <'
No. 68East Bay, ?
aug6-2D&c And Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
OHN S. DUNHAM'S
YEAST POWDER, J
For purity and strength, ls unequalled. All house?
keepers who use lt once will have no other, i Ask
your Grocer for lt, and tate no other. Wholesale,
by OTTO F. WEITEJ?v t
FLOUR AND PEARL HOMINY.
HavlngTmlBhed repairs to our HAI. we are now ' .
fully prepared to furnish the trade with .
CHOICE NEW FLOUR,
Made or the best Southern Wheat, and '
Prepared from Choice White Corn, at prices to -
correspond with any or tho principal markets. : .
Our FANCY FAMILY FLOUR and PEARL
HOMINY for Bale by ali the principal grocers la
the city. JOHN CAM PSEN A 00.'
pOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, rs U. S. BONDED STORES.
. 1 . ' "?' ?'.r .?
A. TOBIAS' SONS, NO. .110 EAST BAT
orrer for sale rrom U. S. Bonded Warehouse,1, u
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT..
various vintages, la. ..;
Quarter casks ' . ?
Eighth caska , 'witts
A AMD .^O-:*
_^fces ot one dozen bottles each._
T71AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS. ;
MORDECAI A 00.. No.. 110 East Bay, offtr jot
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
_'_MORDECAI A 00.
MORDECAI A 00., No. 110 East Bay, Offer for
sale an Invoice of "Falkirk" ALE. landing direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. MORDECAI A CO.
JpOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. offer Io?
sale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, In stroag
packages._ MORDECAI A CO.;
T> RIME WHITE CORN.
MOR?OAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer iot
sale PrBa White CORN, In new sacks.
_ MORDB0AI A 00.
/CHOICE* HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A "CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for' .
sale an Invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di- .'
rect rrom Factory lu Havana.
loco packages Adamantine CANDLES for saia>
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
rebgs-flmos_j_-. .... .. ?
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
elusive or fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Oodhver Oil, and
d e st roy s tb e taste o f the OH.
Toe only rood for delicate children. ..AX.
Thia is much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
heretoro-e offered to the public, as will be found
upon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
j on7 No. 131 Meeting street.
m H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER Ai WILSON
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST*
We'are now selling these superior Machine?
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G 00.,
aprS-ivr_ Wo. OOO Ring Mrtwt.
ULAR MUSIC BOOKS.
Now select the Music Books needed during-the
next autumn, and agreeably occupy your sum?
mer leisure in examining, playing and einging
THE STANDARD I Price $160; $1360 per doz.
Destined to be the Banner Church Music
Book or the season. Singers! leaders! teach?
ers! "Rally round" the banner I
SPARKLING RUBIES I Price 36 cents.
For Sabbath-schools. None better.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP I Price 60 cents.
For Vestries and Prayer Meetings. Unex?
Take with yon for entertainment at summer
THE MUSICAL TREASURE I
?335 pages of new and popular Songs and
Pianoforte pieces, or
SHOWER OF PK AHLS,
FuU of the beat Vocal Duets. Or,
Full of the best Opera Songs. Or,
Full or the beat Plano Pieces. Or,
Full or the best Plano Pieces.
Each or the above live books costs $2 60 in
boards, or $3 in cloth. Has more than 200 large
pages fnll or popular music, and eltter book Is a
most entertaining companion to a lover or maeic.
Specimens or tbe standard sent, for the pres?
ent, postpaid, for $12?, and or the other books for,
the retail price.
OLIVER D1TSON A CO., I C. H. DUTSON ACO.,
Boston New York.
UJctcrje?, Jf-toeutj, jjm.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOB. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their immense stock of
w FANCY GOODS?
urtu g the snmmer months. All goods win be
sold without reserve, at a great reduction, ta
cl*ae the business. junio