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TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1872.
HEWS OF TUE DAT.
-The underground railway in New York ls
to be begun next mooth.
-The old-fashioned high Spanish combs are
reported to be coming'into nse again.
-The street lamps in New York each cost
the city lorty-two dollars and a half a year.
-In New York, last week, there were near?
ly twice as many deaths as birth?.
-Darwin is to publish a new work on "The
Expression of the Emotions !n Man and Lower
-A daughter of the late Confederate minis- '
ter, John Slldell, it ls reported, will shortly be
married to a German baron.
-Heligoland, the little island off the mouth
ot the Elbe, belonging to England, ls at length
being put to some use. Large numbers of j
summer tourists from England and Germany
now resort thither on account o? its cheap?
ness and the excellent sea bathing lt affords.
-The New York Herald, of Saturday, re?
ports "a further decline of about one per
cent, la the new South Carolinas, which se?
curities were not favorably influenced by the
character pf the convention proceedings yes?
-The curious phenomena of regola' ion can
be exhibited by placing a block of Ice on anet
ting of floe wire. The ice will be melted by
the wire, and, passing down through lt, will
become frozen in a mass again below tho
wire. A simple wire can, in a similar man?
ner, be drawn slowly through a block of ice,
which unites again behind the wire, finally
showing no slr < s ol having been cut at all.
. -The first Japan tea of any consequence
received In this country was in 1859-G0, when
we imported 365,300 pounds. From that small
beginning, our imports have gone on increas?
ing, each succeeding year, till In 1870 71 the
shipments from Japan reached 13,449,157
pounds, or about twenty-seven per cent, of J
all the lea.we Imported in that year. The
quantity Imported In 1871-72 has already
reached 11,482,173 pounds.
-An Incidental notion ol the extent of Infln
ence enjoyed by the Church of England may
be gathered from the lact that the demand
created by the issue of the New Lecllonary of |
Scripture Lessons has actually disorganized
the binding trade throughout the kingdom,
and lt has been, almost Impossible to get any
work of the kind done while all the artists
were busy on dally services, prayer-books,
Ac., at almost any rates of payment they liked
--A party of red men put up in St. Louis the
other night. The Democrat reporter says:
-**Hff^g (ff?nig'possess'lon or their rooms, the
Indians proceeded lo coral their carpet-bags
between a horse-shoe of chairs-, they theu
kindled camp-fires In the wash-basins, put out
scents (none but Americans were on guard
last night) in the corridors to prevent surprise
by enemies and reporters, wrapped the
drapery ot their couches around them, and
squatted down to amuse themselves by smok?
ing the calumet of peace, saying 'Ugh,' burn?
ing each other at the stake, and o'.her ath?
letic games. The Democrat reporter did not
see them go to sleep, as when they lay down
the key-hole didn't rake 1 heir encampment.
Accordingly he put on his boots, heels first, so
aa to mislead pursuit, and escaped."
-When Mr. Bonner paid forty thousand
dollars for Dexter it was considered an enor?
mous price to pay for an a ilmalihal can live
but a few years at least, and may die to-mor?
row. What Longfellow, beter J his accident,
would have brought, or Harry Bassett would
bring now under the hammer, it is Impossi?
ble to tell; but we may put It at considerable
more than Mr. Bonner gave for Dexter. All
horses ol this class are held at what is aptly
called "fancy prices," and until they Quo ;
purchaser, lt ta impossible to do more than
approximate to their value. In England, re
ocsjiy, Mr. Tattersall sold Blair Athol, winner
of the Derby, and described as "the best
horse in the world," for over sixty thousand
dollars, the highest price ever obtained at
auction or private sale. Blair Athol was pur?
chased by a company recently formed lo Eni
land for stoc'- raising and the breeding and
training of race horses. The company ap?
pears lo be purchasing for heavy price the
finest stock In England, and among the novel
corners now made lu almost everything pur?
chasable, we should not be surprised to see
soon announced in the English papers a "cor?
ner in race horses."
-Since the lair transformed, persecnted by
the Jealoas Juno, swam the Bospborus, there
has, probably, buen no exhibition of female
natatorial skill like that witnessed at New
York one day last week, In the East Biver,
directly opposite Blackwell's Island, und
known as "The Orlenla! bait Water Baths
There were three swimming matches, for
. prizes from twenty-five to oue hundred dol?
lars, contributed by Mr. Heysicb, swltnming
masier, but the fair swimmers were allowed
to close their contest before the others began.
The candidates for the honors of the
bath were thus styled and equipped:
Miss Katie Allen, in blue bathing suit, wlih
showy, tasselled fringes; Miss. Broderick, io
black and white suit; Miss Weslenner,
in red; Miss Cohen, in red; Miss Siegle,
black and white Irlnges; and Miss Candi
dus. In gray, with light borders. Alter Hie
first effects of the plunge were recovered fruin,
M?8J Alleu and Miss Siegte orne up abreast
and struck out boldly ahead of the others.
Mles Cohen and Miss Westermer followed next
In order, but after the stake-boat was passed
Miss Broderick put In some culm, steady and
telllflg strokes, which soon floaied her by all
competitors except Miss Allen, and through
the water both shot like fishes, the fair Katie
coming to the Judges' stand a very few feet
ahead, end was pronounced the winner. A
gold ring, worth fifty dollars, was the prize
she received, besides enthusiastic congratula?
tions which she thought much more of. Miss
Broderick received a gold ring, worth
about thirty-five dollars, as the second prize.
-Austria is the last among enlightened na?
tions to surrender barbarous .modes of exe?
cuting her felons, thinking mat the more tor.
turous the penalty the more the majesty of
the law ts vindicated. She has abolished
breaking on the* wheel, but retains the
hardly lesa brutal process ol slow slrangula-lt
lion. Her latest and worst exhibition was
only last month. Some time in the spring,
two visitors. Paloczky and Pertz, called upon
a wealthy but penurious banker ot' Linz, who
kept his large possessions In an iron safe fitted
into tlie wall of his t?ed-room. They sold him
u lar^e amount of Italian bonds, und, a few
evenings later, calltd to see about them.
Nothing wrong was heard, but, when the ser?
vant came down next morning, she lound her
master murdered and his safe door open. An
attempt liad ulso been made to burn the house
as a more effectual concealment of the crime.
She was enabled lo put the police on ihe mur?
derers' track, and they were soon found, with
40!\000 florins in their possession. Thus im?
plicated, they confessed all, aud were sen?
tenced lo die the na1 ional way. At the ap?
pointed time the horror-hungry were gathered
about the scaffold in vast crowds, n?d the
condemned were brought forward. The exe?
cutioner bound one of them tightly with ropes,
and putting a rope around his neck hung bim
on a hook until hu grew black, with tongue
and eyes protruding, and after some lime
ceased to breathe. Then he was taken down,
and the operution was repeated with Hie
other. So sickening was the spectacle that
numbers fainted at the sight.
Tlie State Central Democratic Com?
The Yorkville Enquirer seems to be under
the impression that thc object in appointing
I this coaunittoe ia to "draw thc party lines
"as they havo heretofore been drawn, and
"to engage tho mass of the white people of
"thc State in another fruitless contest with |
"the Republicau party who control its gov
We are satisfied this is an entire mistake.
I We do not know of uny party or number of
persons who are opposed to "the policy of
"inactivity heretofore pursued," or who are
! opposed to "supporting that portion of the
"party in power which is willing to give us
"ihe reform we need." What ia wanted,
above all things, is a good, honest State
Government, and it is not of much conse?
quence whether it be Republican or Demo?
cratic so it be really honest; and this we be?
lieve to be the general sentiment of the peo?
ple of the State.
The committee was appointed in accord?
ance with a resolution of the lato Conven?
tion, and Ibo recommendation or suggestion
to organize in each county was simply with
a view to put the people in every part of the
State in a condition to act with the greatest
efficiency under the circumstances in which
they might liod themselves. We concur
mainly in what is said by the Enquirer; but
we have good reason to think that it is en?
tirely mistaken in supposing that the object
in appointing the committee and suggesting |
an organization was to array parties on. the
old basis, or to invite or encourage any
party contest between Republicans and
The Suez Canal.
Of all the great engineering triumphs of
Hie century, the Suez Canal is that concern
?og which, by reason of its bear og on the
Indian cotton question, the people of the
South ought to feel the deepest interest.
The New York Bulletin declares that the
canal ia now enjoying a larger degree of suc?
cess than was anticipated by tho mv/3t san?
guine adherents of the scheme. While it
was admitted that it would form a new route
for commerce, it was denied that it could
over become a pecuniary success or even pay
the expenses of maintenance, and it was
prophesied that the great powers would be
obliged to operate it, or that it would ulti?
mately fall under English control. But, so
far, the only anticipation that has been real?
ized is tho oue respecting its influence in
diverting the channels of commerce, and it
hus already dono so to an extent that was
long regarded as impassible for a generation
to come. At a recent meeling of share
holders in Paris, a business statement was
read by M. de Lesseps, the president, which
promises a dividend to both bond and share
holders, as the result of the operations of the
current year. The following is a statement
of the traffic since tho opening of the canal:
Years. . receipts.
1870. Vessels. . Kranen.
First half voar.223 2,554 035
Second half year.203 3,164,011
Klrst hair year.362 4,2?9.8il
3'jcond half year.4U3 4.99P.285
Klmt half y ear..687 7,541,902
There has been un increase of vessels on
he second half year of 1871 of 45 per cent. ;
>f 62 per cent, on the first half of that year;
>f 123 per cent, on the second half of 1870;
ind of 163 per cent, on the lirst half year of
i870. The receipts show a corresponding
mprovement. In Hie first half year of 1872
,here was an increase of 45 per cont, on the
second half and of 70 per cent, on the lirst
?mir of 1871; of 129 per cent on the second
mit of 1870; and of 183 per cent- on the first
half of the same year. Nothing could be
more satisfactory than this progress, which
was just as rapid aa was possible under the
t?ircums';! flees. There is also every indica
Lion that the business of the canal will
ncrease as rapidly in the future as in Hie
past. All doubts aa to the capacity of the
?anal for the largest ships have been set at
-est by the passage through it of the first'
?lass English steamer Indus, drawing 22*
'eel of water, and of the French Govern?
ment transport Creuse, of 23 feet draught,
The English iron-clad Warrior passed
through ihe canal wilhout detention in 12
hours 45 rr ties, and the Hebe in li hours.
A.11 these vessels are the very largest of their
respective classes in the world. An average
3f 100 vessels a month now pass through,
ind the canal is equal to the transit of 500 a
month, so that it is not necessary to deepen
3T widen ihe canal in any respect io order to
accommodate all the vessels lhat are likely
to want to pass through it for a hundred
years to come. From the inauguration of
the canul lo June 30, 1872, a total of 1847
vessels, measuring 1,812,814 tons, passed
from one sea to the other.
At the commencement of the present half
year, July 1, ihe basis o? levying tolls was
changed and a tariff on the gross tonnage
was adopted. This change gave rise to
much controversy, but tho Euglish Govern?
ment finally admitted its legality. It will
add from 40 to 50 per cent, lo the receipts.
During the lirst ten days of the new tonnage
?chedule, thirty-four vessels passed through
the canal, on which the tolls amounted to
$114,904, while under the old system the re?
ceipts would have been only S7G.988, show?
ing a gain of $37,926, or over 50 per cent.
The annual expenses of operating the
uanal amount to 16,000,000 francs ($3,200,
)00.) ao that all ?be receipts above that sum
will be available for dividende. The re?
ceipts daring the past bair year of 1872
amounted to 7,244,902 francs, and the re?
ceipts Tor the second hair year are estimated
at 10,640,000 francs, allowing the Darrow
margin or only 3,500,000 as the augmenta?
tion from the increase of tolls. The esti?
mated, income from all sources in 1872 ls
22,550,000, leaving a balanco over expenses
or 6,550,000 rrancs, or which 3,000.000 will
be reserved for the payment or coupons
and debentures in March and April next,
and the balance as a first dividend to stock?
? system of international measurement
or the tonnage capacity or vessels is likely
to be one or the results of the new canal.
At present tbere is a great diversity, which
operates for and against certain countries.
It is proposed that the various governments
shall constitute a commission for the unifica?
tion ol measurements based on the real
capacity al vessels. This idea meets with
approval, and is likely to be adopted.
The Suez Canal is exercising an important
influence in changing the current or trade.
Among its results may be noted the gradual
disappearance or tbe famous old fiust India
men, which corresponded in some degree
with the celebrated American clipper ships,
and both or which are passing away before
the new changes. In place ol the old India
liners, a new class ol strong and poweriul
iron steamers arc now in course or construc?
tion in England especially adapted to thc
Suez Canal. Other European countries uro
also preparing to establish regular steam
lines with India, so that the canal will make
all the difference between steam amt sailing
vessels in the relations between the Eastern
and Western nations, the old and the new
civilizations ol the world.
The changes effected in the movements of j
commodities by the new highway or trade,
is illustrated in nothing more than in tea.
In Joly, ?870, Great Britain imported only
711,000 pounds; in tbe corresponding month
of 1871, 4,010,000 pounds; but this year, in
July, the import has been 22,912,000 pounds,
the increase in value being from $280,000 in
July, 1870, to Sl.575,000 in July, 1871, and
$520,000 in July, 1872. The explanation is
the great increase in the number of tea
steamers coming through the Suez Canal,
and which bring tho new season's teas much
earlier than was formerly the case. It is
the same with other commodities. English
vessels constitute two-thirds or the entire
trailic of the Suez Canal, the United States
shipping in that and all other respects being
rated very low down in the scale.
?.Poor I'ay, Poor Preach."
Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, the eminent English
Baptist minister, on the occasion ul a recent
address, said he was thinking about calling
the preachers logetherand having a strike.
He was quite sure that a very large proportion
of the preachers of all denominations did not
earn anything like BO much as the men who
laid the stones of that building. There wero
many of bis own students-men who were
doing good, usefHl work-who, ff they earned
as much per annum us an ordinary laborer,
would think themselves well off. How was lt
possible to expect a minister to contribute to
the various works, and to mingle as one ot
themselves In society, If he were not support =?
ed adequately ?
Wealth of ihe Oeuomlnatlons.
According to the cpnsus for 1870, the Metho?
dists ol the United Slates are the richest of |
the religions denominations, and hold proper?
ty worth nearly $70,000,000. The Roman
Catholics are len millions behi. the Metho?
dists In worldly possessions. The Presbyte?
rians own churches wonh about forty-eight
millions and a half; the Baptism scarcely claim
more Iban forty-one millions and a half of
dollars. Tne Episcopalians, supposed to bo In
cilios among the richest of the sects, own in
church properly but lillie more than thirty
six millions und a hull, although they are con?
siderably richer than the Congregationalists,
and have more than two dollars tor one of Hie
The Kt Icc iii.
From Fogarlle's, King street, we have the
September number of this sterling magazine,
which always gives us the cream of current
foreign literature. An excellent portrait of
Dr. Dolllnger forms the frontispiece.
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,'oiivent, Queeu street. aug26-iuiuf3mtu3
jy^RS. JOHN V. B. BLEECKER'S
. it.-.M'H AND ENGLISH HOME SCHOOL FOR
Y O Uv G LADIES,
No. 41 WBST KIFTY-FOOKTH STREBT,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL RBOFRN SBPTBHBSR 24, 1872.
Miss PEU RAM, from Richmond, Va, ls asso?
yait il with Mrs. BLBKCKKK, and has charge of
he higher English branches._augl6-lmo
VJRS. SYLVANUS REED'S
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
I0AR1MKG AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Nos. e AND 8 EAST FIFTY-THIRD STRBBT,
Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty Eighth Street.)
Buildings erected for tho purpose. The Ninth
fear will commence October 1.1872. Mrs. REED
vin be at home september 1; until then her ad
Iress ls Naveslnk, N. Y._augu-lruo
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
Tho session commence! on october 1st, The
nstlrutiou embraces an Academic Department
ind Departmc.s of Law, Medicine, Engineering
iud Agriculture. For Oatnlogues, apply tu WM.
VERTKNBAKEK, secretary or trie Faculty, p. o.
Jniverslt? or Virginia. CHAS. S. VENABLE,
;nalrman of thc Faculty. angl-ihstnlmo
MUSIC-MR. E. A. RANSOMF, OR?
GANIST or the Church of the Holy Com
nu .ion and Teacher of Vocal Music at the Pub?
ic Schools of Charleston. Lessons on the Organ,
'lanoforte, Meiodfon, Harmonium, aod In Vocal
Jusic. Highest testimonials as to ability and
iptltude for leaching. Address No. 41 Ashley
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER?
ING at tho Ren-selaer Polytechnic Instit ute,
'roy. N. Y. instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed In Hits country. Graduales
ihtaln excellent positions. Reopens September
t. For Annual Register, containing improved
nurse of Study ana full particulars, add ess
?rof. CUAS. DROWNB, Director. auglS-lmo
l/TO?NT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
LYX W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Al)., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-Thia. favori te es
aniishment, sltua:cd in one or the most eligible
losltlona In the city, on the highest gronnd, and
?on seq nen ty well adapted for a Summer Resort,
icing comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
liflclenily rumlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every flo.ir, ls now open for the re
leptlou or those contemplating a tour of pleasure
he coming ne ison. The cara run within a square
if the house > <>aches at all the s; acion H. ?. V.
iVESTCOrT, Proprietor. jun8-4moa
WANTED. A RESPECTABLE COLOR?
ED woman to assist In Housework and
inn?limp Children. Recommendation required.
Apply ar. No. is Rutledge street._aug27-2?
WANTED, A CLOSED BOY TO WORK
lu a Store as Porter. Apply with reference
from las-, employer to No. 141 East Day.
WANTED, A COMPETENT WOMAN,
to ci ox and wash for a smail ra rally. Ap?
ply at No. 6 Rutledge street, corner of Queen.
WANTED, A SMART, TIDY BOY TO
walt. Ac, and work about Um house. Ap?
ply at No. 27 Rutledge avenue, opposite Morris
WANTED, A FEM?LS (COLORED)
COCK, without cniidren. Apply between
the hours of s and 12, at No. 47 Cannon street.
WANTED, ( NE OR TWO ROOMS, IN
a quiet part of the city. Address, giving
tei ms and location, G.. NEWS ifflco. augg7-l?
WANTED, A CAPABLE HOUSE-SER?
VANT, Male prefer?d. Appty ut corner
Broad and Rutledge streets._aug-?7 1?
WANTED A SITUATION BY A STEA?
DY sud reliable business man, a native or
ttiisstaleuud reM'tentof this city r.if twenty-five
years, wh? can ruruish the best references. Ad?
dress ..Wllll?ius," ?kEWS Office, for tea days.
WANTED. 100 CORDS OAK AND 100
cords Pine WOOD, dell ve; ed on any land?
ing on Stouo. oe Afhley Rivers. Apply to J. P.
c. KVEio. Wood Yard, Chestnut street.
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Hall In some central lccaiity. Mutable
for a Social Club Md Kille Corps. Address, with
full particulars. R c., ut thia office._aug20
WANTED, A HOUSE, CONTAINING
twelve or fourtteii rooms, tn the lower
pu't of the city, on or near thc line or the City
Raliway. Apply at Hi s Oiiice. iug24-siuih3*
WANTED, FROM 50 TO 100 CORDS
OAK WOOD, delivered In the city or at
laiii.iogson any navigable River or Cieek Ad?
dress W" Nawsoillce. augi7--uuih5*
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher in aome
public institution, or as private tutor In a ra tu: ly.
No objections to going luto the country, (.au
teach french, Latin, Oreek, Plano and the other
branches or a good education. Salary or not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. D. V., it tho outee of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIKE I .vs U RA S Cr, COMPANY Issues Joint
Li e Policies, insuring the lives of partners In
business, so that, ou the death of either, the
amount insured for ls paid to the sui vlving party.
lt also lusnrea husband and wlfo on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 31 Broad street,
toat and ? o uno.
L~ OST, ? GOLD-H? AD ED STICK, IN
coming, Shepherd, or on itatledge avenue,
yesterday. Tue nuder will oe rewarded oy leav
tug the same at Lina's Drug store, corner Cannon
uuu Coming streets. aug27-l*
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY Ol'JKN, sou of thu late Henry
uijen, for sevt nty-uve nulla s. Wut ba sold at a
Uheouut at MENKE A MULLER'S._aug27
J710R SALE, HORSE, BUGGY, HAR
: NE?S aud WulP-ceuiiemeu'a turnout.
Afply ai Charleston Ho: el Maules. aug27-o*
JUST ARRIVED, AT KENTUCKY MULE
irf.t, No. 85 Church s.rcet, one car-load of
medium Mmes and Dorses, low for cash or city
acceptance. B. OAKHAM. _ttUg'i7-2?
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST BE
CKI VEO rroin St. Louis a lot of No. 1 Work
iumes, together with a lut of tine ?saddle aud
Plait Humes. R. GRAHAM k Uv. aug24-3
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
stationary ENGlSE AND BOILER, Ul fair
uid-r. Price, |60u. Also, a lol of SiiAFi'lNG,
i'u.u-ys, AC, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK?
LEY A co._aug22 tnstu
i?TRAPPlNG I'APEB EOK SALE.-OLL
Y? NEWSPAPER^ in large or sinad ijuautiiie*
raw Au CENTS Pth, Uu'NuitED. Apply ut itu
O rle.. .if Tl IK NKWN niav in
FOR SALE, THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRY HOODS, ia thu utotu of tho lulu ?.
KKLLY, deceased. No. -M Klug HU cet; will be
otrcied tor sale, lu buln, trum this date, until the
Slat day of August, after whieh time, ir not
c.oseu in bulk, lt will be offered al retail. Offers
lor the whole stock may ne lett at thu blore, or
addi eased io the aub: criber, ut his odlce. Nu. ao
Uroad street, wno wm mutee kuown thu terms of
Sale. M. P. O'CONNOR,
PLANTATION FOR SALE - GREAT
BAROAIN-PORI' ROYAL RAILROAD.
i.,e auuscilbar. beiugabout to leave tue State,
offers tor sale that valuable ri. wi AT. ON, ca.leo
Hie ..Yeoman's Tract," situated in Barnwell Couu
I ty, near Jackson's Rianon, wa.era of i.ower
I ihiee Buns, cuiitululug u.u acres.
'thehue oi the Port Royal Bailrautl lain close
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular. St?
Mil' of Dr. J. C. Miller nut more than a mile from
tue riclily-ilmnered portion of Hie esiute.
There are about 200 acres acned, producing
splendid crups uf colton and cum.
Last year 4 couiloriuble frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on thc outer oige or Hie
budy of limiter, aud thu lucalfiy ls remarkably
The umbered portion (710 acres) presents as
Hue a body of virgin mtest as thu eye eau meet
w tm tn this State, vary in?: u um the suialle.it sized
cap Umber to the larg si ranging nize.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and lur
entine distillers, no liner opportunity bas ever
bceu presumed or realizing a iortune, os they
nave the option of shipping io Savannah ur Port
Royal, elmer by water or rail.
Eur further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
ur to lt. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney al Law,
Wlilisluu, Ml. Ca. lu whose hands Ute the Hiles.
Winlaton, Su. cu., August ist, 1872.
augS R. N. MILLEU.
TO RENT, WHOLE OR PAKT OF A
large Residence, with ur without .More. Gas,
cistern, large y ard. Appiy al Nu. 153 Klug street.
TO RENT, ELEGANT AND SPACIOUS
Apartments, centrally lue,ted, suitable fur
uiamllyor u private club. Apply at No. lol
Meeting btreet aug27-4*
TO KENT, A SMALL HOUSE, OF FOUR
rooms, newly flited up, witn kitchen atm
oilier outbuildings. Water on the premises. Apply
ut No. 120 King street, a few duors below Q teen
TO RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
STREET, next to Singer Office, suitable for
Uti Couds or Koota and ?hoes. Apply to Mnger
Sewing Machine Company._auglj-ihstu
110 BENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
. corner King and Liberty streets, with or
without back Mere, ?nltabie for any kind of
busluess. Will be rented .'rom 1st of septentuer.
Kor particulars apply at 6'.ore. uugS-lmu
?5 oar am a.
II EM AN *ND WIFE, can be accommoda?
ted with board and pleasant rooms in a respect?
able family. Address -'H. A.," DAILY NEWS er?
Joint Stack (?orapantj.
TDK CHARLESTON JOINT ?TOOK COM
I AN v tor the beucflt of the Mate orphan Asylum.
OLAS* NO. lift-VONDA Y MORNINO. AUgUSt26.
OLA.SS No. 11? -MOMMY I..VBNINO. AllgUBl 20.
13-73-70-22-68-1G-7-65-44-59-9 - 12
aug27 A. MOR?ME, Sworn commissioner.
Furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Paymenia on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. MCCLENAHAN,
Plano and Music Store,
july31-1 mo No-101 King street.
rp H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER 4 WILSON
TUE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machin?e
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON M A NtlF'U CO.,
aprs-iyr No. sos King Btreet.
Drugs at ?Jrioiesale.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
warrante d under oath never to hive failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates ur tesilmon'als of catv;1
including Hgv. o. u. Kwing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs. Falls of Schuylkill. P?lladel.
pula; the wife of Rev. j B. Davit, Hlghtatown,
Sh?f ie,r"??; Thomas Murphy. Frankford,
S? ep?la; doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
i nuaueiphiM; HOD. J v. ureelev. member Con
Krea? ?rom Philadelphia; Uou. Judge Lee. ?Jam.
acn, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ox-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money rotunded.
.",_, , . Da. GEO. CAULU.R. Agent,
Jn!yl-lyr uharleston. S. 0.
The best Tonic, Invlgorant and most delightful
Appetizer, improved by the addition of a new
foreign Aromatic Herb and pnre Rye Whlstey,
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 ls the most popular Bitters now before the
pnb'.lc. Try Hand be convinced.
-^OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the enre of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dyspesla and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic
and Antl-B llous Pill have no superior.
jyjOISE'S PURE LESION SUGAR.
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the juice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pnre
jyjOISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, in all cases, lt la really a specific, and In
the best and moat palatable form to give
....MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IN USE.
A barrel of Floor makes forty poonda more or
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER.
Used in all the principal Hotels, Boarding
Booses, and many families in this city._,
jyj-OISE'8 HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
DERS ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great
care, ir yon desire to Improve and keep yonr
Stock healthy and in good order, use tuena:
r*repared from the beat material. For sale by the
gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of all kinds, fall
strength and flavor, by the dozen or pound.
Ali the above prepared and sold by
DOWIE, MOISE ? DAVIS,
may3i-ftu5mos Charleston, S. C.
EXTRACTS FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
Comprising a variety of Lubln'a Choicest Odors.
Plesso A Lnhln.
And Guiris' Extracta, In great variety.
Soci?t? Hygi?nique Oil
For sale by DR. H. KA EH,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIF.R0E'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISOOVERY.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
ueBlug's Via Fugs
Dr. Hornord'a Acid Phosphates
Wllber's Oodllver CU and Lime.
For sale by 3> DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
JUST RECEIVED, A FRE9H SUPPLY.
A full line of all the most approved Medic ines or
i his school-In tinctures, powders and peUeta; in
ali dilutions and potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Cases, with Small's Practice.
> ur sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
TO PHOTOGRAPHERS !
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Keeps a tull assortment of Photographers' Chemi?
cals aa aiso Pure Alcohol, Acetic Add, Ac, Ac,
all of which he sell i at the lowest prices._
V~ AN DEUSENS WORM CONFECTIONS.
(Made of Pure santonlne )
Pleasant, ieilanloaud effectual; has stood the
test of many years.
For sale wholesale and Retail by
DR. H. BAER, No. i3t Meeting street.
waiTE SULPHUR SPKINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenurler Waite Sulphnr springs
For sale by DR. H. B ?ER,
_No. 131 Meeting ptreet.
This new and elegant addition lo the toll t
table ls coming daily into more general use A
full supply-different sty les-constant i y on hand,
At DR. H. K AK R'S Drag Siore,
_No 131 Meeting street.
j Bath Sponges
For sale by DR. H. BAEK,
No. 131 Meeting street.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAK
W. B. WA B N E B A CO.,
Oller the fallowing asaortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price Llat to Dr. U. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodofarm Pills,* powerful Alterative
comp. Phosphorus Pilla, for Impotence, LOBS of
Nerve Power. AC
Elixir UiuchODta Calisaya
Kitxlr Pyrophosphate of Iron
Blixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate of Ammonia
kVino ol Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
iviue of WUu Cherry
.'errated Wine of Wild Cherry
jump, syrup of Phosphates far Chemical Food)
syrup of Hypophoaphltes (far Consumption, Bron?
Beef, Wine, Iron and Cinchona.
licorice Lozenges, ootata lng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
?ltxlr Taraxacum Comp. Thia la a Hew and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Ita medicinal virtues, lt la useful aa a vehicle
and far masking the bitter taste of Quinine,
Sllxlr Gentian and Iron
Sllxlr Bromide of Potassium.
lyrupPhospu. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia (Alt
ken's syrnp) -for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Stix. Valerlanate of strychnia
?lix. Pbospb. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Jeer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children ano
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
nauuiactore a rmi line of Fluid Extracts and
Jngar-coated Pula, all or which are to be had at
?anufacturer's Prices, o?
Da. H BAER, Nc 131 Meeting street,
mcaO? dAwflmos Charleston, S.O.
?T0ceru0, Ciqtwre, &t.
J^?RY^ALT SIDES. ?j
! ia boxes Prime D. ktt't. RIDES
]e boxes Prime D. s. L. C. SI ?>es.
For sale by HENRY OOBIA & 00.
ang27 2 ._^
JNDIA PALE ALE. p
50 casks INDIA. PALE ALE, bottled at Bre
men, and superior to Bremen Lager. Jost re*
celved and for sale br O. 0LA0T09.
J^EW MACKEREL AND CODFISH.
New No. 1 MACKEREL In barrels and kits
N'c W Cod fl9 tl "
Oregon salmon in barrels and kits.
Jost received and fur sale by
MARTIN A HOOD,
Koa. 127 and 129 Meeting street,
aog27-l ~ .. Southwest corner Market.
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR OASE, OR AP?
PROVED PAPER : .
1,000 rolls Heavy Domestic BAGGLNG
loo bales Onnny Bagging
10,010 bundiea Cou n Ties
500 bags Rio Java and Lagoay ra Coffee
400 bbl* Beaned sugars
60 hhds. Ddmerara and Porto Rico Sugars
200 hhds. Reboiled Molasses
l.ooo kegs Nails-assorted sizes
500 boxes Adamantine Candles
1,000 sacks Salt
loo hhda. 0. K. and Dry salt Bacon
los bbls. Leaf Lara * ?7? Bm,ua
600 bbls. rlonr-Family, Extra and Super
Orange Rina Powder, Shot, Lead, Staroh,
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Jost received, a large supply of the above. Each,
bottle contains four pounds or the best Beef, ex?
clusive or fat; caa be used with cold or wann
water; also can be taken with Coduver on, ?aft
destroys th? taste of the oil.
Tne only food for delicate children:
This ls mach superior to lae "Extract or Beef,"
heretofo-e c^red to the public, as will be found
anon trial. For sale by Dr. H; BASK. -
Jan7 No. 131 Meeting strflt. .
?j.BOOEBIl?S 1 ,,Vj-V-;?.
GROCER LES 11 !
We are now receiving oar folland winter ito rut
comprising a fall assortment of
TEAS, BUG ABS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Families In the country will lind it to their tn?
tereat to entrust orders to oar care. ' Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTENTION
j TO COUNTRY ORDERS," wo now have the tilg?
est country trade of any retail dealer in toe etty.
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
WE MAKE NO OHABGB FOB DELJVER
WE PACK GOODS F BEE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT
PEOPLES' FAYOBITE GROCERY.
WE MAIL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FBEE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS BESPONDED TO PROMPT ;
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE USA
BOX No. 383,
CHARLESTON, a 0.
CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AND DIOTILLKKS OT
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE Na 173 EAST BAY,
CHAKLI8T0M, 8. 0.
The highest prices paid for Crude.
QHA8. LIE?EN KOO I>,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD, a
CHARLESTON, 8. 0. *
ornees-No. 128 Meering street, and corner Lina'
and Meeting streets.
?^-Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Torpeo*
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their lmmcnao stock Of
daring the sommer months. AU goods will bs
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
cl ?se the hnolnesa. tonio
TI/TAY'S COTTON GINNING MILLS,
FOOT OF LAURENS STREET.
Sea Island and Upland Cotton OINKED andi
prepared for market at very low rates. Best re?
fereuces given. Apply lo A. MAY. ~