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No. 149 Kart Bay, charleston, s. u.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1872.
SEWS OE THE DAT.
-Manton Marble, of the World, lt ls said, la ]
in so feeble a state of health as to preclude al
hope Of his recovery.
-The Insanity of the Empress Charlotte is
said to have again assumed an acute obarac
ter. The condition of the unhappy sufferer ls
-very distressing, and her death ls Imminent.
. -The Parisian journals are not slow to ex?
press opinions very decidedly adverse to the
. claims ot Mr. Stanley. The whole history
- they regard as a colossal hoax. The letters
purporting to have come from the veteran
explorer's own pen they denounce as forge?
ries. Livingstone himself they believe to be
dead, and on that condition only do they think
-it probable that Mr. Stanley would have
braved detection and ventured to do what he
-The Paris Patrie sayB that some time ago
the Prussian Government agreed to sell all
the French chasse po tn taken during the war
having need of the money and not designing
to ute them for its own armies-to a political i
or a military personage ft om Sooth America.
Tte bargain waa concluded, and all that re?
mained to be done was some formalities, when
at the rery moment of delivery tbe Prussian
Government suddenly changed its mind and
broke orr the whole negotiations. At the last
mome-'t the Berlin Cabinet learned that in this
affair tb* Benth American was only an Intei
xtsdiary, sc* that the arms bad been really
. purchased by Russia.
-A Chinese vessel was recently wrecked
near the coast o? Formosa, and sixty-four ot
the sailors, who were expert Bwimmera, reach?
ed the rooky shore. They wandered about for
?even days, and then were seized by a party
of cannibals, who wonld have eaten them had
they not resisted with a desperation excusable
imder the circumstances. They fled and again
dwelt among the rooka, where tbe Sanfau can?
nibals surrounded them and killed and ate all
of them but twelve, who were lucky enough
to get away and reach home. The Chinese
Emperor hes been memorialized on the sub?
ject, And says: "Let the Bufferers be rewarded
aooordlDg to the will of the memorialist. Let
the civil and military officers make speed to
examine and punish the cannibals, that it may
be seen bow we cherish the people in our
- -At-a large meeting ol Virginia farmers,
held reoently at Blobmond, a committee made
a report on fertilizers, lo whloh they called
the attention of the meeting to the frauds
practiced In the manu raclure Of commercial
fertilizers, both In the ase ot improper aod
worthless materials and through Ignorance of,
chemical combinations and scientific prlnol- j
pies? The committee believed that the arti?
cles; aa now manufactured, are by far too
. high In price for the mannreal vaine they con?
tain. They recommended the appoinment of J
a committee by the farmers' meeting to me- [
mortaUze the General Assembly of Virginia to
.take"Into consideration the propriety o? es?
tablishing within the State the manufacture o?
fertilisers ar a new, Important, self-sustaining
industry, to be worked by the convicts In the
penitentiary. The report of the committee
-It ls officially stated that three millions
Of totters went to the dead letter office last
year, and that they contained a sum exceed?
ing three millions of dollars In money, drafts,
checks, and ao forth. Ninety-two thousand
dollars of this was In cash. It ls estimated,
that on an average every letter that goes lato
that office loses a dollar to so me one. Fifty
eight thousand letters had no county or State
direction, four hundred thousand lacked
stamps, and three thousand were posted
without any address at alt. What a com m en .
tary ls this on the ali^nt-mindedness and
vagaries o? our population. Part or the mis?
takes arise, no doubt, from ignorance and
from weak-mind., d person?, and a good many
from that menta absorption characteristic
of Our Intensely r?tive people. Of the four
hundred thousr.nd letters going to tbe dead
letter office fur the want of stamps a portion,
probably, were stamped and Oncle Sam's Im?
perfect glne wonld not stick. Curious ro?
mances might be woven out or tbe lost let?
ters. The extraordinary facts thus officially !
reported ought to have the eile;' o? making
oar people more careful io stamping, ad?
dressing and mailing their letters.
-A letter from the conquered City or Metz
says 'that the state o? affairs there dally be
comes more alarming. The population co ti?
ti nues to diminish more and more as the
period Axed tor the "option" approaches its |
termination; business is stagnant, and the |
great capitalists have all gone. "All that the
official papera say," continues the correspon?
dent, ,kabout the colossal development which
ia to be produced at Metz by the projected
railways and other plans are mere castles in
the air. Tbe Impoverishment or our city ls a ]
sad reality staring ns in the face. The Immi?
gration of Germans, it ls true, still continues j
to be pretty active, and bas already added four j
thousand to the population; but it must be re?
membered that these people, though they fill
the streets and empty houses, do not fill the
purses of men of business. Those who come
do so in order to earn money, and bring noth?
ing with them but the will to work. It ls a
sad f&ot that the government has found no
remedy for the disaster which threatens the
city, and that none of tbe German Immigrants
have any prope: ty worth mentioning. Land
can now be bad hereat almost nominal prices;
unfurnished houses may be purchased for a
mere song. It seems that no one in Germany
will venture to bring his capital to Metz. The
reason of this ls the universal belief that In
the next inevitable war wltb France Metz will
have to stand a siege."
-"The dal mani"-whose trial for forgery,
perjury and conspiracy ls drawing nigh-con
tlnoas to make his astonishing triumphal pro?
gress throughout England, under the auspices
ol Mr. Whalley and Mr. Onslow, members of
Parliament. At Leeds be speared for tour
consecutive nights, before crowded audiences,
?^?lV^"T made ** admission;
IT waving of handkerchiefs, cheers, and a!
.ympathy with him.? & Mftrnn ihat ?S J
Hf ioma a 'Tichborne Cen e ELS" 1
tee? in each town and the Ueds com- I
SUttee have sent to London papers an extra- i
ordinary letter, 1? which they say: 'The
minds of the people are agitated and gloomy,
and we wonld entreat you to watch this Tich?
borne question, and to take heed to the mut?
terings of the approaching storm. The British
people will not allow one of their number to
be sent to Jail without cause. The results ol
the late trial have alarmed the most thought?
ful Englishmen, and have made this nation the
laughing stock of the whole world. A firm
conviction has taken hold of the public mind
that the claimant bss not had a fair trial. A
movement la now on foot, which it would be
dangerous to Ignore. It ls dally, and we may
say hourly,'acquiring fresh loree. We have
entered on a crusade, and we shall never lay
down our arms until Justice ls done, and the
honor of the nation satisfied.' 80 It Beems
that If "the claimant" ls convicted, there
will be a revolution ! The whole of this affair
presents one of the most strange Instances of J
popular credulity on record. j??
REMOVAL OF THE PUBLICATION]
OFFICE OF THE NEWS.
On and after Monday next, the ?d of Sep?
tember, THE CHABLESTON NBW9 will be in
sued from its new Publication Office, No. 19
Broad street, the building formerly occupied
by the Southwestern Railroad Bank.
A "Straight-out" Recorft.
Northern papers, speaking of Blanton
Duncan, say that "after fighting in the
"Confederate army until the collapse of the
"rebellion," Ac. The Richmond Dispatch
gives the real facts of tbe case. Mr. Don
can went to Virginia at the bead of a Ken?
tucky regiment aDd rendezvoused nt Har?
per's Ferry under Jackson. Somehow or
other he lost bis position through difficulties
with those nuder his command or for some
other canse. He soon left bis regiment
either immediately after or jost before the
battle of Manoseas, and did no more service
in the army. He tamed h ls attention to
lithography, and went into printing Confed?
erate currency, taking a band also in block?
ade- running, which he followed very actively
-making in both ways, it was alleged, a
! great deal of money. This is about all the
1 fighting he did.
At a late meeting ir> London of persons
I from various countries, most of whom bad
been brought there by the assemblage of tbe
International Prison Congress, the abolition
of the death penalty was the subject of dis?
cussion. Daron von Holzendorff, a well
I known German jurist, presided, and Rev.
Mr. Bellows, of New York, was among the
speakers. Among other things, it was
stated that in nearly all countries pro?
gress bad been made in the way of the abo?
lition of capital punishment. lu various
German States it bad been virtually abolish?
ed for several years; absolutely abolished in
several of the United States, and practically
abolished In others; it had been totally
abolished in Holland for twelve years, virtu?
ally abolished In Belgium for ten years, to?
tally abolished in Portugal for twenty years,
and virtually abolished in Prussia for one
hundred years, "excepting under certain
"peculiar circumstances." In Sweden there
had beeo only one execution ror many yea re.
Io England there was still some hanging
done, bnt it was "nearly abolished." Irv |
18T0 there were six executions, in 1871 only
four, and of seven sentenced at the ?sst
assizes only one was carried out. It ls unfor?
tunate that this leniency in England has been
followed by an unusual number of murders
within the last two months. Conni Sollo
hub, of Prussia, made a speech, io which he
said that not ooly was capital punishment
practically abolished in Prussia, bat the
greatest penalty in the form of imprison?
ment extended only over twenty years.
He, however, should prefer the state or
things existing in Bavaria, where the pen?
alty of death might be inflicted, bat never
was Inflicted, lt being commuted by the
action of the sovereign to perpetual impris?
onment He wonld have the penalty held
ap in terrorem-be wonld even have the
punishment or the rod; but. although the
law of capital punishment might be judi?
ciously kept in view of the criminal, he
wonld not ha/e it enforced. Dr. Bellows,
of New York, also .nade a speech in favor of
abolishing capital punishment, which aboli?
tion, as a French wit said, would be all very
well if oar friends, the assassins, would only
set the example.
Th? Se? of Baltimore.
The new Archbishop of Baltimore, James
Roosevelt Bayley, who has just been ap?
pointed Roman Catholic Archbishop of the
Province of Baltimore, is a native of New
York City, born in 1814. He Btudied for the
ministry of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
was ordained and for some time was rector
of a parish at Harlem, N. Y. Having ex?
perienced a change in his religious views,
be joined the Roman Catholic Church, and
went lo Paris to pursue bis theological
studies io tho Seminary of Saint Sulpice.
Returning to the United States, he was or?
dained priest in 1842, and shortly afterwards
was appointed vice-President or SL John's
Roman Catholic College, Fordham, N. Y.,
and was subsequently made President of
that institution. When St. John's College
was transferred to the Jesuit Fathers, be
was appointed secretary to the Roman Cath?
olic Diocese of New York, and held that
position until he was consecrated Bishop of
the new Diocese of Newark, October 30,
1853. During his energetic administration
of the affairs of the Diocese of Newark,
Bishop Bayley founded Seton Hall College,
at Orange, N. J., the Academies or the Sis?
ters of Charity, at Madison, N. J., and the
Houses of the Brothers of the Christian
Schools, at Newark and at Jersey City. He
also introduced several religious orders into
his diocese, and established the Benedictine
Priory at Newark, and the Passionist Monas?
tery of St. Michael, at West Hoboken.
Bishop Bayley is also an author, and has
published a "Sketch of the History of the
"Catholic Church in New York," anda "Life
"of Simon Gabriel Brute," first BiBhop of
Df Vincennes, Ind. The decree appointing
Bishop Bayley as Archbishop or the Province
sr Baltimore was signed in Rome, on Joly
24. The Province or Baltimore includes the
Dioceses of Baltimore, Charleston, Erie,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Rich?
mond, Savannah, Scranton, Wheeling, Wil?
mington and St. Augustine, and the Vicari
ite of North Carolina.
Oar Mortem Moses.
SCMTKR, S. C., August 27.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
An the nomination of F. J. Moses, Jr., for
Governor, Beems to be almost equivalent to
his election, your readers may like to know
what ls thought of the "coming man" in this,
his native place. That he has ability, no one
will deny, and that he is generoua and good?
hearted, and has the manners ot a gentleman,
all admit; but as to his moral qualities, and
his probable course when he gets into power,
opinions differ widely.
One class of persons, among whom are our
best citizens, look upon F. J.Moses, Jr., os
I about the worst man In the Radical ranks.
Tbey believe that he ls devoid ol morai per?
ceptions, and will not hesitate, when he has
tbe opportunity, to perpetrate any fraud upon
the finances of the State, In order to gratify
his unbounded appetite for pleasure, and to
Indulge bis limitless extravagance. This class
point to the ettie of his living, his eight
horses, his elegant equipage, his splendidly
furnished house, his English gardener, his ex?
tensive grapery, and, knowing the moderate
income which he can honestly command, do
not doubt any of the stories that are current J
concerning bis numerous peculations.
They say he was without character before
the war, behaved badly during the war, and
bas only acted consistently since he has risen
upon the scorn of the political whirlpool, In
Indulging his own tastes at the expense of the
people. They look upon the action of the
Convention In nominating Moses on the first I
ballot. In spite of the charges made against
bim. and without any apparent desire to lo-1
vestigate the truth ot those charges, as con?
clusivo evidence that the Radicale are perfect*
ly Indifferent to the character of their candi?
date. They do not take much comfort from
the doings of the Bolters' Convention. Such
men as James L. Orr and Whltlemore are not
the persons to Inspire the people with respect
and confidence; and, although the persons of
whom I speak would gladly unite with any
party who would put forward candidates whom
they could trust, they do not regard the nomi?
nees of the Bolters as answering to that de?
scription. The better part of our community
thus look upon the future with gloomy fore?
bodings, and fear that the worst hos not yet
There is another class of persons, small ia
number but respectable, who, believing much
} that is said of the past career ot Moses, yet
! look with hope to bis course as Governor.
They think that he ls ambitious ot making a
reputation for himself, and of gaining the re
I spect and confidence of those who constitute
' the wealth and character of the State. They
believe that he will honestly apply his talents
to the discharge of his official duties, and will
! do all he can te restore South Carolina to ber
old proud position In the Union. They believe
that, just os he bas deserted (he natural in?
stincts of race and of education, to climb Into
power upon the shoulders of the negroes, so
will he, when In the chair ot State, kick from
under him the ladder which he used for his
own elevation, and endeavor to win the ap?
probation ol the best people in the commu?
nity. There seems to be something in this
Idea, but lt locks this essential element-Buch
i course requires courage, a quality which we
have never heard the best friends of Moses
I attribute to him.
A third, and much the most numerous, class
[ regard Moses os a second "Moses" In fact,
I They think he ls pure, virtuous, noble, sin?
cerely attached to the principles of "the
?party," and Incapable of betraying them.
They believe he will and can redeem the State
from all ber troubles, pay the debt, re-estab?
lish her lost credit, educate the negroes, feed
tbe hungry, clothe the naked; and after hav?
ing mode the most splendid display of ability
and cbaraoter will retire from office amidst
I the plaudits of a grateful people, and when he
dies will ascend to Heaven and sit at the side
of Abraham Llncolu. JUNIUS.
The Last or the Mexican Empire.
The Mexican newspapers announce the J
death in the City of Mexico, on the 18 tb of j
July, of Don Angel de Iturblde, son ot the j
Liberator of Mexico, Augustin, who, alter a
brief reign as Emperor, was deposed, and,
upon attempting to regain his power, put to
death by the people whose independence he
had achieved. The Iturblde family, after the
death of the Emperor, received from Mexico,
In recognition of his previous services, a
handsome endowment both In lands and In !
money, and for many years they resided most?
ly In this country, and particularly in Phila?
delphia Don Angel married la the United j
States a lady of Georgetown, D. C.-Miss j
I Green, who survives bim-and by her was the
! father of one son, Augustin. This child was
adopted by Maximilian as Prince Imperial
during the Second Empire, or the immediate
family of the Emperor Augustin, there are
now living only one son, born shortly after
the execution of his lather, Don Augustin
Cosmo de Iturblde, a colonel In the Mexican
army, but now a resident of Paris, and one
daughter, 8enerlla Josephine de Iturblde,
long and well known in Philadelphia, where
she still has many friends In the best circles of |
society. Senorita de Iturblde was recognized
by the Emperor Maximilian as an Imperial
princess, and, during the Second Empire, she
resided with her little nephew In Mexico.
She ls living at Bayonne, In France. Another
son of the Emperor Augustin, Don Salvador,
died some years ago, leaving a son, who bears
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NOS. 665 AND 867 BROADWAY,
wtll continue the sale of their immense stock of
daring the summer months. AU goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great reduction, to ]
olese the business. Janl0
a color--a Mei chan' from Sumter, arrived In thia
etty yesterday, and will call on bis friends to-day.
gm* NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC -
Moreland's Wharr is not a Public Wharf aa some
Ignorant people believe lt to be. My sign la quite
sufficient to warn au not to trespass npon it. 1
will not allow any person to trade on Bald wharr
without permission. ORO. F. HABEN1GHT.
CONSIGNEES FEB MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner LILLY, H agnes, Master, will send
to Adger's North wharf for Cargo before sunset,
or goods will be stored at their risk and ezpena e.
No claims allowed after goods are removed.
ROACH k MOFFETT,
fm- CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
Line Schooner L. S. DAVIS will send to Adger's
Wharf for doods before sunset, or they will be
stored at their risk and expense. No claim al?
lowed after goods are removed
ROACH A MOFFETT,
$m* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
GULF STREAM, from Philadelphia, are noti?
fied that she ls discharging Cargo at Brown's
Wharf. AU goods not removed by Bucset will
I remain on wharr at cons gnees' risk and ex?
pense. All claims must be made on wharf be?
fore removal of goods.
WM. A. COURTENAY,
' aui. 29 l Agent.
pm* IS COMMON PLEAS-BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-Ex part? BAILEY * COMPANY in re
R. J. DA VAN r, Commissioner, VB. the Trastees of
the College of Beaufort.-Pursuant to the order of
the Hon. C. B. FARMER, Judge, In the above stated
case, notice ta hereby given to all and singular
the Judgment Creditors of WILLIAM H. WIOO.
that said court has limited and allowed ninety
days from the date or thu order lu which said
Creditors may prove their claims before the un?
dersigned, receiver, at his office, tn the Court?
house at Beaufort. H. 0. JUDO,
0.0. P. Receiver.
Beaufort, S. C., June 14, 1872. jnn23-eo ,
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out. It ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, aud will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In use. Numerous testimonia a
have been sent us from many of our most promi?
nent citizens, some of which are subjoined. In
everything lu wi; ich the articles now m use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls porfect,
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
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clothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
ma koa ou o of the best dreaatngs for the Hair lo
use. It restores the color of the Hair "more per
root anet uniformly may oilier preparation,"
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No. 131 Meeting atroot, Charleston, S. 0.
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J^"RS. JOHNY. ?7 BLEECKER'S ~
FKbaOH AND ENGLISH HOME SCHOOL FOR
No. 44 WEST FIFTT-FOURTU STREET,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 24, 1872.
Miss PEU RAM, from Richmond, Va., ls asso?
ciated with Mrs. BLEECKKK, and lins charge ur
the higher English branches._augi?-imi
J^JRS. SILVANUS REED'S
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Nos. 6 AND 8 EAST FIFTV-THIRD STREET,
(Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty Eighth Street.)
Buildings erected for the purpose. The Ninth
Year will commence October l, 1872. Mis. REED
win be at home september 1; until theu her ad?
dress la Navesluk, N, Y._auguimo
THE HOME AND SCHOOL
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
Applications for admission and readmission
into the nome for Boys should he made ut once.
Exercises begin tat or October. Apply to
aog27-taths6 Kev. A. T. POKTEK, Rector.
MUSIC-MR. E. A. RANSOME, OR?
GANIST of the Church of the Holy Com?
munion, and Teacher of Vocal Music at the Pub?
lic schools of Charleston. Lessons on the Organ,
Pianoforte, Melodcon, Harmonium, and In Vocal
MoBic. Highest testimonials as to ability and
aptitude for teaohlog. Address No. 41 ashley
CIVIL AND MEOHANIOAL ENGINEER.
1NG ac the Rensselaer Polytechnic instil me,
i roy, N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed in this country. Graduates
obtain excellent positions. Reopens September
ii. For Annual Register, containing improved
course of Study aud full particulars, add ess
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J1*,",' ,?N EUROPEAN PLAN.-Thia favorite es
laoiiB&ment, situated in one of the moat eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently weU adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
nfflclently furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, la now open for the re- 1
caption or ihoao contemplating a tour or pleasure
the coming se is on. The cars ran within a square
of the house. Coaches at all the stations, E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4mos
iii ctl inga.
ATTENTION, NATIONAL ZOUAVES.
A Meet In? of yonr organization will be bela
'i HIS EVKNINO, to electa Fi,st President and Non?
commissioned Officers. A prompt and ful! atten?
dance la requeste i.
By order of President.
aug29 E. G. VOIGT. Secretary pro tem.
"VTIAGARA FIEE ENGINE COMPANY,
Xi No. 8.-Attend an Extra Meeting of your
company, THIS KVKKINO, at 8 o'clock, as bastoees
of Importance will be submitted for your con?
By order of the President.
ang29 J. M. HOLLOWAY, Secretary.
WANTED, A MAN TO COOK AND BE
useful about the bouse. Also, a small
Girl. Apply at No. S Aiken'? row. ang29-l*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK FOR
a smal> family on Sullivan's island.
Go d recommendations required, Apply at No.
62 East Bay. _aug29-l*
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A RE?
SPECTABLE Mechanic of steady habits as
?i marni b. He wishes a steady place; bas no ob?
jection to go in the country. ' Address E. H., at
WANTED, A GOOD .COOK AND
WASHER, without lncumbrances. Ap?
ply, with recommendations, at No. 2 J Montague
WANTED, A WHITE SERVANT GIRL
to do Housework. Apply at No. 9S st.
Phillp street._ ang28
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK, TO
whom liberal wageB will be paul. Good
rete, enees required. Apply at No. 2Church streut.
WANTED, A HOUSE IN A PLEASANT
and central location, contain lu? about
seven roorrn; rent paid monthly. Ad.iresa
'House." NewB Office._Bug28-2?,
WANTED, A HOUSE, CONTAINING
twelve or fourteen rooms, In the lower
part or tho city, on or near the line of the City
Railway. Apply at this Office. bug24-8inth8*
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Hall in some central looality, suitable
Tor a Social Club and Rifle Corps. Address, with
full particulars, R c., at this office._ang20
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
Bubiic institution, or as private tutor in a family,
o objections to going into the country. Can
teach Frenen, Latin, Greek, Piano and the other
bran ches of a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., it the office of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
Lite Policies, i asor lng the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for ls paid to tue surviving party.
lt also Insures imgband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
?o?t anfe ionn?.
L~0^,"ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 25T?
between St. Philip's church and the Bat.
tery, a Jointed GOLD BRACELET. The finder
will be rewarded by leaving the same Kt this
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY ol'JKN, son of the late Henry
ui jen, for Seventy-live uoliai a. Will be sold st a
Ulscountat MEN KB A MULLER'S._augitt
FOR SALE, HORSE, BUGGY, HAR?
NESS and WU1P-Gentlemen's turnout.
Apply at Charleston Hoi el atables. aog27-3?
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE ANO BOILER, In fair
order. Price, $660. Also, a lot of SUAFl'lNG,
Pulleys, Ac, at a bargain. CAMBRON, BARK
'?KY A CO.-_aqgjj thatu
EOR SALE, THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, in the store of the late T.
tvEiuLY, deceased, No. 264 Klng-sireu; will be
oirered for Bale, In buln, from thia date, until the
31st day of August, after which time, ir nut
closed in bul?, it will be offered at retail. OfferB
for the whole stock may be left at the store, or
addressed to the subscriber, at his office, No. 80
Uroad street, wau will make known cue terms of
sale. M. P. O'CONNOR,
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired op reasonable terms
and at tho shortest notice, Also a row good se?
cond-hand Machine? fur sale, very low. J. L.
LCN s KO RD. s ad th street, north of wentworth.
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
lue subscriber, bel?g about to leave tue State,
offers fur sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated In barnwell coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, coutalulng 9i9 acres.
The Hue of the Port Royal Railroad ls lu close
proximity to ft, and the splendid circular Saw
MU) of Dr. J. C. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of ihe estate.
There aro about 300 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by tho proprietor on the outer edge of tne
body of tlmuer, aud the locality ls remarkably
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents as
fine a body or virgin forest as tbe eye can meet
with In this State, varying Irom tno smallest sized
cap Umber to tho largest ranging tdze.
i'o railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur
pentlue distillers, no finer opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a lortune, as they
nave the option of shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, elmer by water or rad.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to li. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
winlaton, So. Ca., lu whose hands are the titles.
Wlliiston, So. Ca., August 1st, 1872.
augy ; . R. N. MILLER.
T~~0 RBNT, IN THU TOOTING TOWN
of Oraugeburg, a Splendid STORE. Resi?
dence uf seven ruows overhead, and Fine Fruit
garden. Apply to M. K. Mcmaster, Orangeburg,
TO RENT, ELEGANT AND SPACIOUS
Apartments, centrally located, suitable for
a lamiiy or a private club. Apply at No. 101
Meeting Btreet aug27-4*
TO RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
STREET, next to Singer Office, suitable for
Dry Goods or Boots and shoes. Apply to Sluger
Sewing Macidne Company._auglS-ihsiu
rpo RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
JL comer King and Liberty streets, with or
without bock store, suitable for any kind of
business. Will be re ,teal from 1st of September.
For particulars apply at Store. augS-imo
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR GBN
l'LEMAN AND WIFE, can bo accommoda?
ted with board and pleasaut rooms lu a respect?
able family. Address "H. A.," DAILY NEWS of.
nee. . aug!4
ADMINISTRATOR'S N OTTO E.-ALL |
persons having claims against the Estate
ot tne late T. KEL.LV, deceased, are requested to
present Hie same, duly attested, and thone In?
debted to make pay meut to
M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator,
Law Office No. 30 Broad Btreet, Charleston.
Se m int] illa tl] ines
HE NEW IM PROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST JS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machine*
on Teu Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing doue promptly.
WHEELER * WILSON MANUF'U CO.,
aprt-lyr *">. 309 K,n* "tr?*
OHTATEAU * co.,
DBALRB8 AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND R08IN,
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAT,
CHABLKSTON, a U
The highest prices paid for Crude,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
?-Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turp?n
l?int Stock ?0mpttnrj.
THE OH?BLKSTON JOINT STOCK COM*
ni . JL ?/ the-beaeflt of the Mate Orphan asylum.
UI.ASN NO.119-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUgUSt 28.
69- 3-55-28- 2-54-53-38- 68- 4-27-48
l,LASSNo. 12U-WEDNESDAY F.VKNINO, A0ga8t28.
aug29 A. MORosu.swora Commissioner.
. . . , aOt every Size and Style.
u_ Ac, Ac, Ac.
For sale by DR, H. BAER,
wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Meei lng street.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL 1
This Preparation ls highly recommended
by many of tne leading Physicians of Charleston,
and ls always kept for sale, Whole-ale and Retail,
by DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
A Full Assortment of ?he Beat
. . _ Infant Brashes.
For Bale by DR. H. BAER,
_ No. 131 Meeting street.
TO BAKERS I
Dr. H. BAEK offers at the lowest market
ratea the following article*, or which he a.ways
keeps a good Block on hand:
Carbonate or Ammonia-In Jars and in bulk
Cream of Tartar-pure
supere ar bonato of Soda
Fresh Hops-pressed and loose
Ginger, ita ce and Ground
UH ot Lemon
Extract of Vanilla, made or the be.it fresh bean
For salo Wholesale ami Retail at
UK. BABB'S Drng Store,
'_No 131 Meeting street.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
Deblng'B Pile Remedy
DeBlcg'8 Via Fags
Dr. Uorsiord's Acid Phosphates
Wllber's Cod ll ver Uli and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeline street.
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY.
A fall Une or au the most approved Medicines of
this School-in tinctures, powders and pellets; in
ali dilutions and potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Cases, with Small's Practice
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street
TO PHOTOGRAPHERS !
DR, H. BAEK.No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Keeps a tull assortment of Photographers' Chemi?
cals, as aiao Pare Alcohol, Acetic Acid, Ac, Ac,
all of which he MPj at the lowen prices._
VAN DEUSEN'SWORM CONFECTIONS.
(Made of Pare saatonlne )
Pleasant, reliable and effectual; haa stood the
teat of many years.
For aale wholesale and Retail by
DR. H. BAEK, No. 131 Meeting street.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Orecnnrier iVhlto sulphur Springs
For sale by DR. H. B A ER,
_No. 131 Meetlug street.
Thia new and elegant addition to Hie toll-*
table 18 couilng daily into moro general use. A
tull supply-different styles-constantly on hand,
Al DR. U. BARK'S Drug Moro,
No 131 Meeting street.
For Bale by DR. li. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
My assortment of SYRINGES ls unusually large.
I am Agent for the sale or the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, unquestionably thc nest of au Syringes,
especial ly for noir use. lt IB simple c ?Helen t, easy
to m image, and cannot get out or order. Une will
last a lifetime. Oar best physicians recommend lt.
I aleo have a foll Btock or Manson's, Davidson's
and other Bulb Syringes; alco Glass and Hard
Rabber Syringei, and the HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general use, especially in
cases or delicate females and child; en. They may
be had of DR. H. BAEK,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A fall stook er Elixirs, and all tho other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept on
JgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
THIS pr?parai lon \a Just what many persons
need. They wl-h no uye, but only a Hair Wash,
or Hair Dressing-something Hut will keep Hie
hair oieau, aud at the same Hine be a p casant
hair dressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior"
meets all these indications, und should bc given
atrial. Fifty cents a bottle; Ave bon lei tor two
dollars. A liberal discount to : he trade.
For sale by the Manufacturer,
_UR, U. BAEK. No. 131 Meeting street.
CO L O G N E .
The real, genuine imported article, In
different styles, comprising:
Joseph Antoni farina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (FrancoH Marie Farina.)
Also, a very superior Cologne, of my own man?
ufacture, put up In uU styles.
Give lt a trial. DR. II. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No 131 Meei lug street.
Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Cases
For Bale by DR, H. BA KR,
No. 131 Meeting street.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oatn never to have faned to
cure. 28,600 certificates ur testimon?ala of cure,
Including Rev. C. li. Ewing, Media, Penoaylvaula;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, Ulghtstown,
New Jersey; Kev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cam?
don, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money rei duded.
DR, GEU. CAULIKK, Agent,
Jolyl-lyr _charleston. S. C.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREP AR
W. B . WA R N R R A CO.,
Otter the following naaortmeut or Elegant Pre
paratlOM, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price Ult to Dr. U. BAKU, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Pilla, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, tor Impotence, J.os? ot
Nerve Power. Ac
Elixir Cinch?n ta Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Sircyhuia
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of iron
Wine of WUd Cherry
Ferrated Wine of WUd Cherry
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup of Hypophosphltes (for Consumption, Bron?
Beer, Wine, Iron and Cinchona,
Licorice Lorengea, (jotaming Vanilla, Tola, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum comp. This ls a new and valu?
able combmatloa or the medlclual properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian
associated with Aromatics. It la a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
its medicinal virtues, lt is u-ieful as a vehicle
and ror marking the bitter taste or Qutntnc
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide or Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt.
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Eux. Vaierlanate of strychnia
Ellx. Phoapb, Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cones of chUdren aud
in addition to the above, w. R. warner A Cc
manufacture a fall Une of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, ail or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, or
DB, H. BAER, Nc 181 Meeting street,
mcJm-da warn os Char lea ton. S. a
MOO bushels WHITE' ?ULUNG CORN,
Apply to ? ? - - J. A. ENSLOW A OO.p
aoa> i _So. m get Bay.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
MEAT J DIOS.
Just received, a large supply of tte afcov&^Eac?
bottle coutalDs four pounds** the best Beet, ex
elusive of, fat; caa be used with cold cr warm
water; also can be taken .with CodUver OU. aaa
d ftt roys the taste of the Oil.
Theouly food for delicate children. .-A.
This ls much superior to the "Extjratf pf.BMi."
heretofo-e offered to the pablloj? wiU-baiMUM
upon trial. For salo by*' " ' W.H.JBAM,
junT NO. 181 Meeting street.
OEOCERIKS I l l
We are now receivlag our fall and winter stock
comprising a full assortment or
TEAS, 8UGAR3 AND FANCY GROCERIES.
? ; . . " ? ?-f? \ ':
Families in the country win find lt to their in?
terest to entrust orders to oar care. Having
made a specialty or "PARTICULAR ATTENTION,
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," w o now have the larg?
est country trade or any retail dealer ta the city.
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVER?
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT?
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY?
WE MAIL SAMPLES OP TBA TO "XftY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE US A
Box No. 383, "?
CHARLESTON, & O.
J^CKJARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW. CATALOGUE. NO. 38.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, -bj J.
C. buttlrp, $160. i Aw
Shairp's culture and Religion in some of tt?sir
Relat ous, $126.
Lange's New Volume, the Book or Kings, fe.
beau stanley; History or the church or Scot?
land, $2 6u. y
The Desert ox the Exodus, Journeyings on Foot
in the Wilderness of the Forty leia Waa? -,
derlngs, undertaken in connection .with til? v
Ordnance Survey of sinai and the Palej?nt
Exploration Fund,'by K. H. Palmer, ?M. Ai?,
wltc Maps and Illustrations, $8.
Jesus, by Charles F. Deems, numerous Illustra?
tions, $6. fi
Paul of Tarsus, an Inquiry Into the Times and tte
Gospel of the Apostles of the Gentile?, fl 60.
George B. Woods, M. D., LU D. Historical and
biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac, ft.
Women Helpers In the Church; their Say Logs and
Doings. Edited ny William Welsh, $160.
Robert and wini un Chumben ; Memoirs and
Autobiographical Reminiscences, $160.
The Autobiography of Stephen Collins, M. D., $L
Annual Record of Science and industry for 1871.
Edited by Spencer A Baird, tx
Tho Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a
period oi 140 years, by Wm. L. King, $x
Astronomy and Geology Compar? by Lord
orruai ii waite, $1.
The student's own Speaker, a Manual of Decla?
mation and Oratory, by Paul Reeves, SI 26.
Shakespeare, edited, with notes, by Wm. J. Rolfe,
A. M. The first rourparts of this unique edi?
tion ur Shakespeare, comprising Mercnant ot
Venice, The Tempest, Henry Till, ?od Jallas
cosar, bound In one handsome Vol?me, with
Aldine Editiun or the Poets, to be completed Ia
or ty - two Volumes, at 76 cents.
Merry Maple Laves, or a Summer in the Country. /
by Abner Perk, Humorous illustrations, fl, .
THE LATEST NOVELS. .? N
LORD KILGOBB1N. by Chas. Lever, cloth fi tw,
papt r $i. Adi's Tryst, paper 76c A MRpr'a
Story of the War, or the Plebiscite, by Motif
the 7,600,000 who voted Yes, (from the Frenoa
ol Erek m.: un-ch ai rtan,) cloth fl 25, paper 76a.
A crown for the Spear, paper 76c Baffled
Schemes, paper 76c The Cancelled WIR, by
Miss Eliza A. Dopey, paper fl 6C Eleonora,
from German of E. von Rothenpels, by F.
Elizabeth Bennett, cloth $1 26. Her Lord
and Master, by Florence Marry a tt, paper 60c
Qrif, a Story or A asir?an Lire, ny fe. L Far*
geon, paper 40c Petronel, by Florence Mar.
r vatt, paper 6oc. A Bridge or Guus, by F. W.
Robinson, paper 60c Married Against Rea?
son, by Mrs. A. Shelton M ac ken s le, paper 60c
Albert Lnnel, by Lord Brougham, paper 76c. "
Veronique, by Florence Marryatt, paper 76c
Poor MIHS Finch, by Wilkie Collins, paper 60C
A Siren, by T. Adolphus Trollope
Music and Morals, by Rev. H. E. Sawers, M. A*
$176. Seven Months' Hun Up and- Dowa
and Around the World, by James Brooks,
S< *5. Three centuries of Moders History,
by Charles Duke Yonge, fa. Ganot'a Natural
Pnliosophy lor general readers and yoong
persona, translated with the author's sano
lion, by E. Atkinson, f 3.
49- persons residing m the country wffl pt casa
bear In mtnd that by ?ending their orders to us for
any Books published in America, they win ba
charged only the price of the Book, we pay far
the postage or express. Address
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Nc 260 King street, na the Bend,)
aprSS-tuths Charleston. 8* O
Bicarbonate or Soda
Flavoring Extracts j
Cream or Tartar ' ~v
Alcohol, ?5 tot um?
Aa, ?a, Ac
At lowest market ratee By
DH. H. B A ER, Nc Ul Meeting street.