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FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1872.
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-The Pope has presented two golden rosa
rlee.to Madame Thiers and her sister.
-One hundred and eighty Germany-educa?
ted young doctoiB monthly land in New York.
-The Sol?an has sent the Empress Eugenie
a magnificent sapphire, surrounded by large
brilliants, and valued at 3000 guineas.
-The marriage of two dwarfs took place at
Springfield, Ohio, lately. The bridegroom
stands three feet ten inches high, and the
bride nearly an Inch taller.
-Miss Grundy writes from Saratoga that
gentlemen are so scarce there that she re?
cently made one of a bevy of eight ladies, to
be escorted rv a single beau.
.-The'New York Herald prop OE es ns a neat
courtesy that the Wabash, our Hoest national
ah! p, be dispatched to bring the Ml?ado across'
,r. - thei Atlantic'.1 ,;. J '" ' \
1 v -There are.soldiers enough In -ihe royal
family of Prussia, so Fritz's eldest Is going to
play Peter the Great, and beiake bimselt to
tie cultivation of naval arts.
: -A bridal: couple visiting some mountain
wonders in West Virginia recently approached
too near the edge of a cliff and were precipi?
tated over lt. Doth being Instantly killed.
-A question has arisen in New York, re?
garding the tegallty of banners, which are
ol te ns tret ch ed acros? the streets for mercan?
tile ? or i 'political. purposes. I They cannot be
called an obstruction of the highway, yet Jus?
tice Koch bas decided them so to be, on the
ground that .they obstruct light and air.
-Among the remarkable mineral discove?
ries recently made in Utah is that of a bis?
muth mine, the only real bismuth mine, so
far as Is known, in the country. It has here?
wire been almost exclusively found in Sax?
ony, and 1 Ls production has been held us a
mo MO poly by. the Saxon government,
; '.-fAoareful analysis ol Professor Chandler,
ot Columbia College, New York, made by re?
quest ot' the postmaster-general, sets at rest
the current story that there ls anything poi?
sonous or hurt; il ia the .several Ingredients
or processes used lu the piper, printing or
gumming ot postage stamps.
-One of the features ol a London theatre ls
a woman styling herself the Mexican athlete.
She bolds suspended by a cord from her teeth
two. one hundred and eighty-pouuJ balls, and
at tho same lime a uu** -i;[jhdred-pound ball In
each hand. She also shoulders a Ave bundred
podud cannon and holds lt while a round ls
-- -The financial failure of the Boston Jubilee
was the result of downright swindling. It ls
estimated on reliable data that enough per?
sona, wir^uot the slightest claim lor free ad?
mission, got into the Coliseum on chorus
tickets, season passes, press admissions, ?c.,
to have made the deficit good, leaving a
handsome sum in the jubilee cash box had
they paid the regular price of admission.
.. -Dupont, one of the Communists now
lying In the prison at Satory under sentence
of death, lately attempted ur commit suicide
by beating out his brains against the prison
walis, and he very nearly succeeded. It is
one of the worst features connected with these
executions -that those sentenced to death
never know till they are called out when they
. wllLbe shot, and they live, consequently, in
-Speaking of the dances at Saratoga, Miss
Grundy says that ihe "Boston" has taken the
place of everything else almost, and in round
(lances the style of holding the lady' has
altered slightly, being now about as affection- 1
ateas ls possible. Tne lady sticks her nose !
into the gentleman's coat sleeve where it join.-?
at the shoulder, and he rests .lils check against
nee lair hair, freeling the pulse of her right
wrist while she encircles his neck with her
-There ls said to be a man living In Waco.
Texas, who bas been married five times, and
ls the lather ot fifty legitimate children - thir?
teen boys by his first wile; eighteen children,
-boys and girls, by bis second wife; ten by h'm
third wife; six by his fourth, and three by lils
Mi lb wile. Twenty of his sons served in thu
Confederate army, eight of whom were killed;
seven died natural deaths, and the remainder
are still living.
..-The Iron steamship Vlbilia, recently built
at Newcastle on-Tyne, tor a new line to run
between London and the East Indian ports,
via the Suez-canal, has arriveu In New York
on a trial trip. She ls 302 feet In length, 3G
feet breadth of beam and 26 feet depth of
holdi of 1240 tons register and 2240 tons car?
rying capacity. There are five bath-rooms
on board and large ice-houses. The cabins
and Btate-rooms are large and well ven ma?
ted, .and handsomely furnished.
-The German authorities closed the church
of the Jesuits at Posen on August 1. It was
intimated to the fathers, that, no longer beiDg
a recognized religious community, they will
have to abstain irom every ecclesiastical act ;
notably from saying mass, teaching, preach?
ing, confessing and vlt-iilng the sick. They
are allowed to reside at the convent until they
declare, within a fixed day, whether ihey
wish to remain in Prussia or to emigrate.
Similar measures have been taken at Pader?
born, Bchrimm, and Munster.
. -The arrival of the Duke of 8axe at New
York on Monday, from Brazil, has been an
noanced, and, as stared heretofore, his visit io
.the United States is for the purpose of obtalu
talog a practical knowledge ol the Inetitutlons
and people of the United Slates. It is stated
that the programme of his tour will Include
? some weeks' sojourn In the Eastern States and
-at several of the Northern watering places, an
autumn trip through the West, a buffalo hunt,
and a j o ur ne;- through California, whence he
goes to Australia, Japan, China, India, and
thence through Egypt to Europe. Prince
Pallippe of Saxe, a brother or the Duse, ar?
rived at New York on Tuesday, ft om Europe,
and will Join him In his tour.
-Although General Grant's friends Insist
that there has been undue prominence given
to his propensity lo sive and take, such a
course after a time transcends the too mild
designation of an eccentricity or a weakness,
and becomes in an Executive one of the worst
traits ol' character that, can be borne into a
high office, and deserves at least to be epotted
-wrrcreveT-118" workings are apparent. The
Chicago Tribune, always careful of personal
reputations, and rarely, tor so- widely-circu?
lated a newspaper, speaking'' without the
fullest propra behind', is responsible for the
charas against the President thst by alrimsier
to timi of eighty acres of land In t he outskirt?
of Chicugo, from J. Russell Jones, for the sum
of one dollar, the latt er received the appoint?
ment of American Minister to Belgium, a po?
sition for whlch, to begin with, he was noto?
riously unfit, as later developments, have
proved. The Bishop Hill Colony of 8wedes
claim the laud, and have formally presented a
request lo tho President for lt, but have re?
ceived no reply. Toe deed cites -that this
property had been held in trust by Jones lor
Grant, but no such trust was recorded, and
Mrs. Jones relinquishes her right ot dower,
which she would have had no occasion to do
had the properly been held in trust.
Mooney, Leggett and Wilson-The Mys. I
? ' t?y Solved. ^ !
Our call for information concerning the
I misty individuals who are set down in thu
Treasurer's books 03 the recipients of the
lion's share of ihe "Armed Force" fraud, has
been crowned with the success which usually
altends all kinds ol advertisement-" in TUE
NEWS. We received by mail, yesterday, ihe
'.NEWBERBV, 2lst August, 1872.
..TO TIIB ElilTOH OF TUR NEWS.
"I claim the reward of one dollar in frac i ional
currency, In each case, ns I know thc persons.
J. Mooney is Governor Scon's brother-in-law;
J. Leggett ls the same sweet individual, and
D. H. Wilson is the sime, who has always as
I aisled in covering the tracks of the Right
Honorable Governor In all bis railroad and
bond operations. It you think this informa?
tion correct, send the reward along, and I will
spend it on Greeley.
"ONE OF YOUR SUBSCRIBERS,
"Post:ffice Box 119."
;:' We.aWalt o message from the Governor,
or from some candid mern lier pf the Bing,
whether the statement of our obliging cor?
respondent ia in all respects accurate, be?
fore forwarding the promised reward. We
knew tbnt South -Carolina possessed au
Executive in many respects closely resem?
bling tho illustrious grubber, tirant, bot we
confess that we had no idea that ibe parody!
extended oven lo this multitudinous brother- J
in-law business. ?
Where the Parallel Falls.
Tbe shameless style in which our black
faced or black-hearted public men are traf?
ficking for the honors of tbe Commonwealth
remiuds a classical correspondent of the
Abbeville Press ot the days when the office
of Emperor ol the Roman Empire was put
up to the highest bidder at public auction.
Julianus purchased it for the price of five
thousand drachmas to each member of the
Praetorian Guard. He paid the price, but
lost his head and office In sixty days ! The
thing was so shockingly monstrous that
even ihe degenerate Romans rose in n?ass.
against the creature of their own corrup?
tion. Bai Julianus paid his own money;
whereas ihe modern monsters first betjay:
tm?- people hy robbing Ibe public coffers,
with or without the forms of law, and then,
?with the people's money, buy the people's
offices ayain lo enable them to renew their
robberies. Imperiul Rome roust yield the
palm for rascality to Colombia und her Radi?
'J he Iron Sceptre.
The extraordinary rise in the price of iron
and iron fabrics which took place in Eng?
land, the great centre of the iron trade, a
few months ago, is having a universal effect;
it is felt, not only in England, but in this
country, and, indeed, throughout the world.
It is now said lhat the cause of this increase
in the price of iron is an advance in the
price, or rather the cost, of coal, and this is,
uo doubt, partly true, though it is not the
whole explanation. Coal and iron are twin
brothers; they are to each ollw a3 supple?
ment and complement. When coal ia touch?
ed, iron instantly responda, and, when iron
is touched, the whole scheme of civilization
responds, for it is one of the most easily de?
monstrable truths of the day, that a nation's
civilization is measured by the per capita
amount of iron it consumes a year. The
cause of the increase in the cost of coal io
England is said to tie the increasing depths
of ibe mines, requiring more painful and ex?
pensive processes for lifting it from th? floors
of the collieries to the surface. Wilbla a
year past, the price of coal has nearly dou?
bled at the pit's mouth. This is the starting
point of a series of effects of almost endless
length and of universal manifestation. Thus,
a London paper iuforms us, lhere is an in?
crease in the costof building of 30 per cent. ;
an increase of 50 per cent, in the cost of
machinery; of 53 percent, in copper; 48 per
cent, in lin; 41 per cenL in nickel; 53 per
cent, in brass; 55 per cent, in chains; 117
per cent, in iron gas tubes; 50 per cent, in
wrought nails; 53 percent, in iron bars; 95
per cent, in cut nails, aud a proportionate
increase not on.'y in all iron fabrics, but in
all articles in the manufacture of wuich iron
machinery or iron tools are used. Tiiis really
means all things; there is nothing eaten,
drunk or worn that has no: felt the influence
of this rise io the price of coal and irou.
Cheap coal and iron are blessings whose
value cannot be measured ; they make food
and all other necessaries cheap, and are tbe
indication of innumerable comforts which
cannot be had without them.
The full effect of this great advance in the
price bf coal and iron in England has not
exhibited Itself in this country; but it will do
so by and by. One of these efiects, it is
elaimed, will be to approximate the cosl of
English fabrics of all kinds more nearly to
the American cost, and thus destroy the j
necessity for lhat protective tariff which we
now impose to bring the English prices up
j to ours. The percentage of increase in tho
articles we have referred to above is already
about equal to the average of the protective
duties imposed by our present tariff act. If,
theo, as our Protectionists argue, the chief
end of a tariff is to protect our mauufaclur.
ers against the chief products of foreign
pauper labor, the riso in English coal and
iron does this more effectively than any law
could, and there is no longer a necessity for
protective tariffs. Some are even so sanguine
as to anticipate that, at ihe next Congress,
the rise in ibe cost of British coal and iron, j
together with" the rles- in the cost of ?11
British manufaclures, w?li warrant a demand
for the total abrogation of every protective
doty now existing, and' the elimination Of
protection from our system.
ir the rise in the price of British iron and |
coal is caused chiefly by tho increasing
depth of the British coal mines, the cause-is j
is not onJyperpetual, but one of a constant?
ly Increasing' effect. It is irremediable.
There, is the^'o??ned'apj^ for
sp?culation about j hs ultimate eflect. Cheap
coal and iron are the agent0 with which Eng?
land controls the trade of .the world, and
largely controls the world itself. She gov?
erns,1 indeed, with a rod of iron. But the
moment her coal mines reach a depth' at
which they cannot be profitably worked in
competition with the almost superficial mines
of other countries, her supremacy is gone,
and her decline as an industrial and com -
merdai power has begun.' Whither her lost
sceptre of power will go is a question to be
decided by the great elements-coal und
Paying for the Whistle.
The Colombia Phoenix is after the Colom?
bia Union: with a sharp stick about the uncon?
scionable advertising bills of tbe latler journal j
against theState. The Phoenix declaros that
the Unkm,\a a period of about two months and
a half, last winter, mauaged to absorb thir?
teen thousand dollars ol tho public money.
A pretty dear organ, that.
A Move and an Improvement.
[Prom the RdgefMd Advertiser.]
Our spirited and popular contemporary, THE
CUARLESTOX NEWS, has removed from Its
locale on East Bay to No. 19 Broad slree'l, the
busiest and most frequented portion of the
city. THE NEWS ls a power In our State, and
we hope the change may only add to Its al?
ready admirable capabilities and opportunities.
Charles O'Conor'g Position.
Hon. Charles O'Conor, whose political sym?
pathies and opinions have been assigned by
Rumor a place lu the Blanton-Duncan wing of ]
the Democracy, has been pumped Into some?
thing like clearness on the subject by a Herald
reporter. He seems lo be decidedly loth td
commit hlmseli on the subject of accepting
the nomination of the .Louisville Convention,
If that body gets so far as to organize and offer
lt to him, but he affirmed without any hesita?
tion that it i hat Convention nominated
straight-out Democratic candidates they would
receive his vote. He flatly denied leeling any
personal hostility to Mr. Greeley; on the con?
trary, he had always received from him and
his paper remarkable courteous treatment,
considering how widely they had differed on
malters of public moment, and If his support
depended on personal considerations, Mr.
Greeley should have all bc could give. With
regard to the candi tl airs already In Ihe field,
he thought there was very little principle In?
volved. Thecounlry was leeming wtih plenty,
and there was no cause for any kind of appre?
hension. As far as Grant and Greeley were
concerned, he didn't see what they had to fight j
abour, except the possession of the Presiden?
tial office; but as there was no serious question
uppermost to excite enthusiasm or the spirit j
ot sacrifice, he could not seriously blame them.
The Abhorred Ring.
_ ? [Ffom thn nontrtn Advertiser-Radical ]
The revelations now making relative to the
bond frauds and the general mismanagement I
ol' affairs in South Carolina cannol fall lo clear
the atmosphere In that much-abused State.
The rogues who have done the mischief are
fortunately at loggerheads among themselves,
and the result ls a general disclosure of offences
lohich in any other State would be fatal lo the
aspirations of every man of them. National
politics have nothing to do with the complica?
tions In which the State is Involved; for, al?
though ihe Republicans are largely in the ma?
jority, and are responsible for the misconduct
of their official representatives, a large and
respectable portion of them comprehendive
disgrace under which ibey suffer, and inrht
State election will enter into any honorable
combination which will relieve them of the
[From the Now York Herald.]
Of all the revolutions, political, social and
financial, In this country and In the several
States since the war commenced, that in the i
condition and Afiances of South Carolina Is
the most astonishing and deplorable. What?
ever were the faults of that State anterior to
tho war, and however much her secession pro?
clivities and conduct may be condemned, she
waa undoubtedly as honorable in her financial
character and reputation as any country in
the world. Her credit always stood high, and
she was more free lrom extravagance and
corruption than almost any State In the Union.
But look at South Carolina now, under carpet?
bag and negro rule. Tho wretches who have
control or the government aud nuances have
plundered the people in the most frightful
manner, and have ruined Ibo credit of the
Stale. The letter of our correspondent ut
Columbia shows a sute ol things almost in?
credible, and thal has no parallel In infamy In
the history ol'lins country. And this is Hie
fruit or the Radicalism ol' thu Republican
party and a Republican Administration. With
all ils resources and the honorable character
or the native while population, the State has
been brought within three or four years to Hie
verge of bankruptcy. Besides piling up avast
and unnecessary dent in legal "orin, ihe car?
pet-bag rascals have made u fi ululent Issue
of some seven millions or dohurs io bunds.
Such unparalleled rascality could not be en-1
(lured In any of ihe Northern Slates, and is
only possible In South Carolina through the
support given to carpet-bag Radicalism there
by thc Republican party and Government ai
nZALBBS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST Bar,
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
The highest prices paid for Crude,
apr i (Mi roo?
?1 H AB. L?EBENBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF HOAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Onices-No. vu Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
eyUlpheat prices paid tn cash Tor Ornde Turp?n
J^OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hhies. Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
feb? smith Street, north of Wentworth.
I ^ ^ Sntrittl; Notices. I
^NOTICE.-ALL PEBSONS HAVING
Claims ag ilast the Town Ccuntdlr?r Monttrle
vllle, Sullivan's Mand, are hereby notlfled that
they mnst present the same to the Treasurer, Mr.
_D. B. GlLLJ.LANB._at. his cnlce, No. 16. Broad
street, on or berore the lat ol September, 1872.
By order" of the Town Connell. ?
D. B. GILLIL?ND,
35* IN' COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
.COUNTY.-Ex patte BAILEY 4 COMPANY. In re
H. J. pAVANr, Commissioner, vs. the Trustees of
thc College :>r Beaufort.-Pursuant to the order of
the ii ;n. C. B. FARMER, Judge, tn the above stated
case, notice is hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIGG,
that said Conn has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date or this order In wbfch said
Creditors may prove their claims before tbe un.
deralgned, receiver, at his office, la thc Court?
house at Beaufort. H. Q. JUDD,
C. C. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S. C.. Jone 14,1872._Jnn22 60
pr SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND,
OR LIVER CURB, la mild and gentle In tts action.
lt removes the bile trom the system. It gives
tone and strength to the whole frame. It gives
the liver a Healthy character, and restores the
sinklog and drooping body to health and
strength. This medicine has been tried by thous?
ands, and never found wanting. Cuder its influ?
ence the race will have the bloom or health, the
eye Its lust' e, tbe bram Ps power. It will invigo?
rate the feeble, and prove the greatest blessing to
those who Buffer.
Try it yourselves, and you will recommend U to
Ready ror use io large bottles. For sale by
Di J WIK, MOISE & DAVIS,
Wholesale Agents for South Carolina,
PT O N MARRIAGE.
nappy relier ror Young Men from thc effects
or Krr.>rs ana Abuses tu cany lire. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. Now method of treat?
ment. New and remarttable remedies. Book*
aud cir c a lars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad ?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Na 2 South
Ninth Btreot. Philadelphia. Pa._oct.18
JJ^TRS. JOHN V. B. BLEECKER'S
FttbNCH AND E VU LIS 3 HOME SCHOOL FOR
NO. 41 WS8T PIFTY-FOUBTH Sl'KKST,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL RKOFKN SEPTEMBER 24,1872.
M1B4 PEuKAM, from Richmond, Va., ls asso?
ciated with Kr.-. BLHfc.CK.KK, and has charge of
the higher English branches._aaglS-tmo
jyj" RS. SILVANUS ..HEED'S
< ?KQLISD, FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Nos. 6 ANO 8 EAST FIFTY-THIRD STRSBT,
(Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty-Eight h Street,)
rtulidings erected for the purpose.'.^ The Ninth
Year will commence October l, 1872. Mrs. REED
win be at h< me September 1; until theo her ad?
dress ls Navesluk, N. Y. augl4-lmo
Jg ETHEL ACADEMY,
Near Warrenton, Fauquler Co., Va. Session openB
September 12th, 1872.
BOARD AND TUITION $87 60
per session or five mouths. No Extras. For Cata?
logues. Ac, address? A. G. SMITH. WM. W.
SM I VU, A. M., J. B. SMITH, Principals, Warreu ton,
Va, or Colonel C. E. LIGdTFoor, latu Principal
Va. High School. Culper er 0. H., Va.
CIVIL ANr/MECHANIOAL ENGINEER?
ING at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Troy..N. V. instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed la this country. Graduates
nniHln excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For annual Register, con tal oin g improved
. ourse of Study and mil particular, add ess
Pror. CHAS. DKOWNE, Director. angie imo
p ?ACE CHURCH INDUSTRIAL
\JT SCHOOL.-instruction will be given and the
Ums o? machino, mipwo.i gratuitously 00 Thurs
day and Saturday morning, from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
H . ar. the Depository, chalmers street. JonlP
AVE TCT??R sHTRTS
MADE TO ORDER IN CHARLESTON,
AT LANGLEY'S.No. 181 KING STREET.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR I
READ TBE PRICES :
Linen Shirts, with finest Linen Fronts, only S3 60.
Wamsutta L. C. nulsb Linen Fronts and untre,
only $2 60.
Lower grades In proportion.
Linen Drawers from $1 26 to $2.
Cotton Drawers from 76c to Si.
Nignt shirts. Linen, $? 7ft; Night Shirts, Cotton,
from SI to SI 76.
Ladles' Underwear made In the best manner
and ot very low prices; alco, stitching and Tock?
ing, ol all kinds, done to order m the neatest s'y le
and at short notice. *
Flour Bags made at prices that cannot be beat
by Northern houses.
. Children's Clothing, of all kinds, made to order.
*a- Call and examine work and prices,
At LANGLEY'S, No. 161 King street,
Joly26-imo Near Clifford street.
JpiOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE. No. 28.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, by J.
C. sliairp, SI 60.
Shatrp's Culture and Religion in some or their
Relat ous, $ ( 26.
Lange's New volume, tho Book or Kings, $6.
ueaa Mauley; History ur the church or Scot
laud, $2 60.
The Desert or the Exo tus, journeyings on Foot
lu th.) Wilderness or the Forty Years Wau
derlngs, undertaken In counection with the
ordnance Survey of Sinai and the l'aie .tine
Exploration Fund, by E. It. Palmer, M. A.,
with Maps and JlluBtrailmB, $3.
Jesus, ny Charles F. Deems, numerous Illustra?
Paul of Tarsu*, an Inquiry into the Times and the
Uospel or the Apostles or the Gentiles, SI 60
George ti. Woods, M. 1>., Li.. D. Hlsto leal and
biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac,. $6.
Women Hcpers in the Cnurch; their Sayings and
Doings. Edited ny William Welsh, St 60.
Robert aud Willi un Chamber? ; Memoirs and
Autobiographical Reminiscences. $i 60.
The Autobiography of Meptien eolitos, M. !>., JV
Auuuai Kecord of Science and inaustry for 187?.
Edited by Spamer & Baird, $2.
Tho Newspaper Press ot charleston, embracing a
period oi 140 years, by Wm. L. Klug, $2.
Astronomy and Geology Compared, by Lord
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Shakespeare, edited, with notes, by Wm. J.Roire,
A. M. Tne first rourparts or this unique edi
??OU of Shakespeare, comprising Mercian c of
\eulce. The Tempest, Henry VIII, aud Julius
caesar, bound In one handsome Volume, tv lib
lliusti ailona, $3.
Aldlne Edition or the Poets, to be completed In
fifty-two Volumes, at 76 cents.
Merry Maple Laves, or a Summer In tho Country,
by AbuerPerk, Humorous Illustrations, $2,
THE LATEST NOVELS.
LORD K1LCOBB1N, by ClUB. Lever, cloth SI 60.
pap. r$l. Adi's 1 ryst. paper 76c. A Miller's
Story or the War, or the Plebiscite, by ono or
the 7.600,000 who voted Yes. (from the Frenen
orErckiunnn-cnatrlan,) cloth St 26.paper 75c.
A crown for the Spear, paper 7?>c Ba?ied
schemta, paper 76c Tbe Cancelled Will, by
Miss Eliza A. Dupey, paper SI 60. Eleonore,
rrora German or E. Von RothenpelB, by F.
Elizabeth Benuett, cloth $1 25. Her Lord
and Master, by Florence Marryatt, paper 60c
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Reon. paper 40c. Petronei, by Florence Mar
ryatt, paper 60c A Bridge or Oioss, by F. W.
RobluBon, paper 60c Married Against Rea?
son, by Mrs. A. Shelton Mackenzie, paper 6uc
Albert Lunel, by Lord Brougham, paper 76c.
Veronique, by Florence Marryatt, paper 76c.
Poor Miss Finch, hy Wilkie Collins, paper 60c.
A Siren, bv T. AdoiphnB Trollope.
Music and Morals, hy Kev. H. R. Hawera, M. A.,
$176. seven Months' Run Up and Down
and Around the World, by James Brooks,
$175. Turee Centuries or Modern History,
by Charles Duke Yonge, S2. Ganot's Natural
Philosophy lur general reader-, and yoong
persons, translated with the author's sanc?
tion, ny E. Atkinson, S3.
#3- versons residing In the country will please
bear In mind that by heeding their orders to us for
any Books puhllshed in America, they will be
charged only the price or tne Book. We pay for
the postage or express. Address
FOOARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (In t hc Bend,)
apras-tatha Charleston. S. 0
y~0. O. ?-MARION LODGE?NoJ?.
JL? The Re2u??r Wt>ekJiy Meeting nf tata Lodge
wr?l'be held THIS EVENING, at Odd Fe'lows' Hall,
at 8 o'clock. KO BERT O. STARK,
W"~ ANTED, A W O M A N TO DO
House work, waite'preferred. Apply at
No. 353 Kiog street. - : . aug23-l?
WANTED, A SMALL BOY OR GIRL,
to attend about the house. References
required. Apply ut No. 34? Klug street, Cigar
? aiore. aug23-l*
WANTED, A SERVANT GIRL TO DO
Housework. None ueed apply without
references. Apply at Nv. i : Pitt street.
WANTED, A COMPETI NT WHITE
Lad to make himself useful about a Store.
Apt ly at No. 141 Klug street._aug23-i*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO C O O k
and WM sh for a family of two. Apply at
Nu. a Ann street. '" ' _aug23-i?
WANTED 'IO.PURCHASE, A SPUING
CART, UL USE or MULE and HARNESS.
Apply at No. 20 Hoyne street. aug23-2*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, MAN SER?
VANT, wita recommendation. Apply at
corner aatledire and Broad streets. anglia i *
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT BY A RE?
SPECTABLE White Mechanic, (Carpenter,)
ol ?wady hablis. WnUta a steady place. Addre?a
Bench or ??. H., at this o rhee. Beuch work pre?
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE TEAR,
a Hail In some central locality, soituole
for a Social Club auu Kino ?'orpa. Address, with
full particulars, R c., at thia ulflee._nug20
WANTED LADIES TO SAVE ?0 PER
CENT., by procuring Bus iles, ?0 cents;
Hoop Skirts, 60 cents; French corsets, 76 cents;
Chignons, 60 cents. Archer's Bazaar.
ALADY COMPETENT TO TEACH THE
usual EugliSh Mudies, Music, French ami
uauii, wwiiea a situation as TEACUErtlna fami?
ly, or would take a school, fteferences given.
Address Miss P. adalrsviile, Qa.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com
peieuoy wishes c position as 'reacher lu some
public institution, or as private tutor lu a.'amuy.
No objections to going luto the country, can
teach t-rench, Latin, Qreek, mano and the other
branches or a good education, salary of not so
great consideration os pleasant association. Ad?
dress O. I). V., it the o in eu ol this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact '.hat the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE. COMPANY issues JoiuLj
Lue Policies, lusurlug the lives or partners In
business, so that, on the death of either, the'
amount insured for ls paid to the sui vi vi rig party,
lt also luburea husband and vrlic un the same
plan. klitN UUPPIN, Agen i, fto. 31 Uruna H ; rt et.
?oet ano io uno.
LOST IN KING STREBT, THOBSDAY]
inst, a Ouattelalu Cbulu. wita Breast Pm,
attached, A reward will bo paid at No. 34 Broad:
LOST, STRAYED. OR STOLEN;
i rom No. 13 Uvare street, a ?hite setter
Pbi'PY, turee mouths o.d, with a brown spot
over one eye. A suliaole reward will be paid fur |
PICKED UP, ADRIFT, OFF SULLl-,,
VAN'S ISLAND BKACU, a B.iTfEAU. Thc!
owner can have me same by p lugsail expenses.:
a. H. OPPENHEIM, suihvau'a Uland. aug22-2* '
Tj^R SALE, A' S??LL X?CRATIVE
Jj Business, capable or yielding from $16 to'
?.u per week. Wi.l be som ut * bergala fur 1500
Cdnh. unly reason for selling ls that the owner .
lias other work, and cauuot give it proper atten?
tion. The proporty aiuue co it more than tue
amount asked. Address J. Q , charleston, s. c.
MULES AND HORSES AT KENTUCKY !
Mule Lot, Cnnrch street, near Broau. vv es?
tola Muita auu Harnean Horses, lorsaio on tune.
R. OAKMAW._augia-3* ;
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired unreasonable terms
?Ml ?I tun nlioriuut uouec. Amu a lew goon ae
co ml? hau i J Maciuues lor Bate. Very low. J. L.
i.UNsroRO. Soiith street, uoriliof Wuutwurth. .
I?TRAPPING PAPER. FOR SALE.-OLU?|
YV NEWSPAPERS in large or ainad guan tinea,
fricc 60 UhVi'S Fill UUNUiihl?. Apply ul tnt I
DTlf.H ur TH K NKW* num.
PLANTATION FOR SALE - GREAT il
BAKQaIN-PORT KUY AL RAILROAD.- |
Ti.e suDseiiOdr. being about to leave tne State,
Oders for sale that valuable PLAM'AT.ON, caned I
ihe "Yeoman'sTract," situated m barnwell coun?
ty, near Jackaou's Brunch, waters or Lower ,
l ni ee Runs, coutalalng 9i0 acres.
l he hue ot the Port Royal Railroad is In close !
proximity iou, ana the splendid circular a.w I
I Mih ol Dr. J. C. Miller not more ihan a mile from
the richly-tim oe rea portion ot the estate.
There are about 200 acres cieai eu, producing
splendid crops of cotton aud com.
Last year 4 cointoruible irame houses were;
e ree ted by the proprietor ou the omer edge of tue;
bony of iliuoer, ana lue locality la remarkably
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents OB
hue a body ol virgin forest aa th? eye eau meet'
wita lu this state, varying truin tne smallest blzed
cap Umber to the larg, st ranging t>lze.
To railroad cuutractors, lumbermen and tur
pen tine distillers, no Ui.tr opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a lurtune, us they i
hu ve tue option of shipping to savannah or Puru]
Royal, elmer by water ur rail.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to ll. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
w huston, so. Ca. In whose bauds are tho Hiles. '
Winlaton, So. ca., August 1st, 1872.
aggi_lt. N. MILLER.
T~ o RENTTFOUITRI^^
with Piazza, Oas, Ulstern, go id Kitchen
i.uura. sltuatiou central. Apply at MI. 163
King street._' aug2M*
ASMALL FARM TO Ri!NT, ON
Meeting Btreet Hoad, near tho cliy. For
pm oculars apply at No. 63 George street.
TO RENT, THE TWO AND A HALF
story HOUSE, No. 42 i hurc'i stree:. Apply
at Shoe sw. re, No. 117 Market btreet.
TO BENT, STORE No. 188 KING
ST K h KT, ncit to Slngci Ofllce, suitable for
Dry Goods or Boots and shoes. Apply to sluger
Sewlug Macnlne Company. augl6-ihstu
TO BENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
con,er King and Liberty streets, with or
without hack store, suitable for any kiud or
bUNlueas. Will be re .ted rroiu 1st of September.
tor particulars appl* at Store._uug8-lmo
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR GEN?
TLEMAN ?ND WIFE, can be accommoda?
ted with ooard and pleasant rooms In a respect?
able family, aduress "H. A.," DAILY News or*
Joint Stock Ompunrj.
FFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
TUE CHARLESTON JOINT MOCK. OOM-,
PANY for the beoeflt of the state Orphan asylum.
OI.ASS NO. 1(10-THURSDAY MOBNINO. AUgUSt 22.
CLASS No. 110-THURS DA Y K VENINO, August 22.
9-41-40-30-G3-- 2-39-13-46-C8-57- 7
angil A. MOKO.SU, sworn commissioner.
U3atct)ee, Jcrocirp. Ut.
ALL, BLACK ?fe CO
NOS. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the Bale ol their immense stock of
during the summer months. All goodB will be
enid without reserve, at a great reduction, to
ciJNi? thP l?n?lnes?._'?"10
pianos, ODrgans, Ut.
furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. McC LEN A II AN, 1
Plano and Music Store,
July31-lmo No. isl King street.
. V 1 (LATE W?TER8, PIERCE & Co.,) ,
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
--ME BOH ANTS;-;
No. 56 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, * '
Bay and stu contracts for Futore Delivery or Cot?
ton, strictly lora commissi m, eo tlfat no inter?
est or on: own can possibly conflict with that of
Rerer, by permission, to Union Narlonal Bank;
People's Bank. New York. ; . - ' "
. Correspondence solicited, a agi 3-imo
?Drnj8 at gHiolegale.
The best Tonic, Invlgorant and moat delight fol
Appetizer, Improved by the addition or a new
foreign Aromatic Herb and pure 'Rye Whiskey,:
made expressly for these Bitters.
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE,
EXHILARATING TO THE BODY,
And IS the most popular Bitters now bet?re the
public. Try lt and be convinced.
jyjOISE'S LIVER PILLS,
tor the care or Hepatitis, or liver Complaint,
Dyspesla and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic
and An tl- Bi loua Pill have no superior.
jyj-OTS&'S PURE LEMON SUGAR....
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the juice or fresh Sicily Lemons and pare
jyjOISE'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 USE.
A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds more ot
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER.
Used in ali the principal. Hotels, Boarding.
Houses, and many families In this city. .
jyj-OI8E'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
DERS ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great
care, ir you 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 all kinds, full
strength and flavor, by the dozen or ponnd.
Ah the above prepared and sold by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVT9,
may31-ftu6moa Charleston, S. C.
(Urnas ono Iflso innre.
Warranted ander oath nevar to nave /ailed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials ot care,
Including Rev. C. ti. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs. Falls of schuylkill, Pniladel
phla; the wire or Rev. J. H. Davis, Uightstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Mnrpny, Frankford,
ridiadeipnia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia*, Hon. J V. Cresley, member Con?
gress irom Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cam
deo, New Jersey; ex-senator stewart, Baltimore;
fX-Oovernor cowell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to care or money rmauded.
DB. GEO. CAtTLlt-.il, Agent,
July i-iyr j charleston, S. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR
W. B. WARNER ? CO.,
Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now uted by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BACK, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. PhosDhorns Fills, for Impotence, Loss ot
Nerve Power, AC ^
Elixir Cinch?n la Calisaya
I hitxir Pyrophosphate of iron
Elixir Calisaya, ir. m and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and s tr cy hn la
Elixir Yaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wino of WU.i Cherry
Ferrated Wine of wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or chemical Food)
syrup of Hypophoaphltes (for Consumption,Bron?
Beef, Wine, Iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, ootaiutng Vanilla, Tola, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Como, mis ls a aew and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properu- s
or the Dandelion, wan Cherry and Geutlan,
associated .with Aromatics?;.lt ls a very
agreeable and efficient renjsny. Aside from
its medicinal virtues, lt ls ir-efui aa a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste or Quinine.
Elixir Ueutlan aud Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
Ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration. Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Elli. Valerian ate of strychnia
EUX. Phonph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beet, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable m casca of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a fud line of Fluid Extracts and
.sugar-coated Pills, all or which are to bo had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
Da. H BAER, Nc 131 Meeting street,
mc.h?idAwSmn? ?liarle-ann. M. a
/I J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER!
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
!NO. 450 KING8TREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In Stock of my own Importation,
I LOW SON AN1> HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey'8 Cold Cream
English ?alby's carminative, British Oil, Roche*?
Kmbroctttlun and chiorodyne.
TILDEN A 00.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pills, AC AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOR SOOTH CAROLINA FOR
DR. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of loreign man
? facture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment ot Trusses and Bandages al?
ways ou hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. janlOwfmlv
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated io nae or the most eligible
positions tn the city, ou the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool tn midsummer, mag
nlflclently rnmlshed with baths and other con
j venlences on every Hoar,, ts now open for the re?
ception or itu? contemplating a tour or pleasure
the coming <e t on. -The cars ron within a sqoare !
of the house . '.wno* at ail the stations. E. V.
WESTCOIT, Proprietor. jun.84m.os
FIFTH IMPORTATION OP CALIPOB- ?
\ <v:- i^:gn?WNES.
*????? SHERRY ~
PORT WINE. r>
.. jrxrjjt23JjDjga?__JOffy nrrnir A HE k OOv ^
QJEDK W WILLIAMS &JQR?J
OFFER FORTsALEf LOW FOR. (DASH, OB-AP
. :. ! Ll u ?ROYED'PAPXR'L'J? JJ U . 23
1,000 rolls HeavyT)WcstlcBAOOIKO
;? JOBinateB.GaonyvBagKlng-#r ??:.?'.V^V.\:'.
10,0'0 bundies Cou ? Ilea. ?n^CY ^
600 bags Rio Java and Lagaayra Cooee
400 bbls Keened Sagan
60 buds. Demorara and Porto Rico Sugars . jg
-- 200 nhds.'Ttelt?lled Molasses
- 1.000 kegs Nalia-assorted sizes
60J boxes Adamantine Candles : .- ?(.^
1,000 sacks Salt,. .
loo hn*A C: K-atid DrysiirBicoa " ,,. :r
'.lOiibbis.LearLar*:' '*? - - .
,rfOOibbK. Hour-Family,Extra aca'fiupor '
.... Orange31fte Powder,. Shot,. Lead,;?an>b,
soap?,vAc ' JnlyaaUofjmds
J 0 H N S . D UN HAM. \S\. ?
For purity and strength, ls unequalled. AU noose- |
keepera who nae lt once will nave no other. Ask S
your Grocer for lt, and tate no other. Wholesale '||
by OTTO P. WEPTKBS. '
July29-mwf-3mo . .., J
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION^ OP :
MEAT JUICE. ?
Jost received, a large supply of Bia above. Each - ?
bottle contains four ponnds of the best Beef; ei*
elusive of fat; can be used with cold or warn -53
water; also can be taken with Ooduver oil, and
destroys the taste of the Oil.
Tneunly food for delicate children. ?
This ls much superior to the "Extractor, Beer,!' v'i
heretoro-e offered to the public, as will oe found "
upon trial. For sale by Dr. EL BABB, -
Jnn7_No. lal Meeting street.' -
GROCERIES 1 ! " ,
> . '-. ??Ut.-,i Jj
We are now receiving our fall and winter stock t 'i
or . .'
.' ? iivt'; . . -. i ,
.. . :?t!.y.t\^\1 tv,: -.lr.c:; .'. j
" F A MI L I, o R q.,q';E.?X?''& Z ? "
?. .-. v :.. .-. . rhz ~*\r!.: f ?. c5R? .
compria.bgamii asiortmcnt ?K;r:^':;_
<:.L. :; t.: .?:<ir.l. ticv .-."*. ?:;:\. inj
." W??> -' . -;'.?,.*::.??..?. ..rr.-. ?tr.K-vfBB
TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES. Vy
... : ?. -*..<-"'- p lb
Families in the country will'And ft to. tt?rin'-"%j
tercatto cntrnat orders to our care. Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTENTION .
TO COUNTRYORDEBS," wenWnaV?W^'?
......... J ;. . .; . -
eat country trade of any retail Healer In the city. -.
.;? ... ... : -j:: i "Vi Rriif '
....... rv. ...-f ......';;tr.^_: . .>g
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
:;. ;.;. . : ..,;?.-a??.?i?3r#??*'. '-'SK?
BATES. ? . > ?;,..
- f. .' ..'""vi . -
. - . ;
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOB DELIVER- j
... . i.. , - 4-?,:,
: ?i .?. ? ? -sr*: 'tj&fttst
WE PACE GOODS FREE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT?
. : - . ' . . - '..:-*.- ?? J. :'
< ' ^ .' .XV-VT-.Ti - ..'
. ? : fu - i^a;C:e ! . ,v,
?e . . ? t -', - - -
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY,
WE MAIL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS. , " iWi??
... - .'. ? j - rj ^
. }'.-<.? i , ' tfitrr-a's-.i r..'r<.^nt .r^s
? tn.!'-,:?iJ liri.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO TB?M^T
LY. SEND YOUR OBDER9 AND GIVE US A
WI L S O NB' GB 0 CE BY,
?i i;. :. f ? :? ' ur. icnHir.it,
.BOX No. 383, , n-;J?
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
LOST STOCK.-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given to all whom lt may concern, that alx
weeks rrom this date, that the subscribers will
applv to thc Bank or Charleston, South Carolina,
ror a nae wal of the following certificates m the
Capital StocK of the said BanK, the same having
been destroyed, lost or mislaid, io wit : .>.?
CertiOcate tor Twelve Whole shares. No. ?538.
Certificate for Twelve Half-Shares, No. 4903.
M BALKY A MITCHEL li, Solicitors.
Charleston, July is th, 1872. JulyiO-fS
fJHE NEW IMFROVED:^
WHEELEB ? W IT, SON
~, SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Tea Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly. ' ..
WHEELEK, A WILSON M A NUF'Q OO,
aprs-iyr No. ano Rms; street.
Jg AN KING HOUSE OF
HENBY CLEWS k CO.,
No. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits Issutd, available
thronghout the world. .
Billa of ^Exchange on the imperial Bank of Lon*
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank
of Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, Sam
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in . lther Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which' pass
through the Clearing Hooae as If drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally bAlancea.
Certificates of Deposit Issued bearing interest at
current rate. Not es and lirafts colledted. ' ' - ^>.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.- ~*
CLEWS, HABICHT A- CO.,
may23-x No, ii oid Broad street, London,