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AddreSil RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
- No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Wit Qfyw?Ugtmi ?3eto?.
WEDNESDAY*, SEPTEMBER i, 1872.
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-JanauBchek will return to America in De?
-The Germans of New York celebrated the
anniversary of the battle of Sedan on Saturday
with various festivities. The following was
sent by cable to Emperor William: "The Ger?
man Landwehr Verein ol New York cele?
brate the glorious day of Sedan and hall Wil?
liam, Ute victorious."
-The Eight Rev. Augustin Verot, tho bishop
of Florida, has recently purchased the former
residence of Colonel Edward Honston, In Tal?
lahassee, for the purpose of converting it into
a convent for the education of young ladles.
Several Bisters of'Charity are expected to
arrive at once, to take charge of the institu?
-The Home Journal announ*?? a novel
breakfast party participated In by the Dover.
. Bathing Club. A floating table, decorated
with! flowers, was anohorod In the bay, and j
upon it were laid cops of hot coffee, eggs,
bread and butter, ?o. About, twenty. mem?
bers ot the clnb-then sprang into the water,
swam,to the table, and drank their coffee, <fcc.,
y thei conditions .being that no one, was to touch
tba table itself. This necessitated a good
knowledge of the?rt?T "trading water," and
there was plenty of fun foi' quite half an hour,
when the repast!was finished;
-Advices bave been received at the navy
department in Washington from Captain Hall,
of the United States steamer Polaris. He
states that the progress ot the expedition had
been fhvdrabl?; that he had engaged the Ber
vlcea of a professional dog-driver, that he had
loll supplies for several years on th? vessel,
and announce3 his final departure from Tcs
sao' on TuS-see-lflsak, Greenland, the most J
northern civilized settlement of the world.
His letter m dated August 24. We quote:
"Now, half-past 1 o'clock P. M., the anchor of
the Polaris has jost been weighed, and not
again will it go down till, as I trust and pray,
a higher, a far higher, latitude has been at- ]
talued than ever before by civilized man."
-Toe Court Journal thus gossips about
the Nilsson: "It ia not generally known that
if. Bouziud first met Miss Nilsson In Paris
?Tftirm'UiiiTM.trr tn **fc|y maB>c le8fl0DB,
at that time' teaching her singing. M. Ron
zaud, as a lover of music, used to take a pleas?
ure in being one ot M. Coll in el's social circle
Both M. Rouzaud and Miss Nilsson were then
comparative nobodies. It was when they
were thus 'obscure: that they made np their j
minds to'marry each other. Mlle. Nilsson
and her husband have taken . a splendid man?
sion, lc the Champs Elysees, the same where
Patti passed her 'honeymoon. - Her father-in
law, M. Euuzaod, who ls a colonial merchant,,
has, la honor of his son's marriage, given a
sumptuous dinner to hts clerks, and placed In
each ot their napkins, a bank note for one
-There ls a remarkable diff?rence In Lon?
don between city and suburban property. In
glancing casually over the advertisements In
the English papers, we find detached villas for
sale or lease at prices which to us seem fabu?
lously low. Houses with eight rooms, kitchen,
oath-room, gas andi water, conservatory and
wsUed-ln garden, are - offered for ' three hun
dred dOTlara a year. The most eligible dwell?
ings^ with every convenience, and, as set
forth In the papers, in every way attractive,
seek tenants at from four hundred and fifty to
five hundred dollars. These properties are
not situated In the country, but within the city
limits. One fact accounts la a great measure
for this renting so much cheaper than with us.
In England, an Investment in house property
ls considered a good one if lt brings in a net
return of from three to four per cent.
-Blanton Duncan bas been interviewed.
He doesn't object to lt, as lt ls one of the easi?
est ways of effecting that notoriety for which
ne pines in private and works In public. He
lies in bed prostrated by the gout, and dreams
fondly of the Louisville Convention, of which
he .is the central sun, and he sees myriads of j
little suns bowing the knee to Blanton. Then
he wakes, but the vision remains upon his
brain, and he retails it to callers. He ls so
elated with himself that ho has put a mon-1
strone price upon his vote and influence-no
less than ten million dollars-and by the same
mathematical rule which leads him to this es?
timate of himself, he also multiplies Demo- j
crats who are to attend tbe "straight-out"
lovefeast. In his eye he sees four-hundred
thousand strong, or four times as many as the
City of Louisville has inhabitants, and there
will be snch a jubilee as has not been heard ol
since the builders of the Tower of Babel struck
for want of a proper understanding with their
-The Grand Opera House, at the corner of]
Twenty-third street and Eighth avenue, New f
York, ls now the property of Mrs. James Fisk,
Jr., widow of the late Colonel. The Opera |
House proper is leased to Mr. Augustin Daly,
and the remaining portion of the building was
leased by Colonel Fisk to the Erle Railway
Company, and eleven or twelve years of this |
lease are yet unexpired. The present mana?
gers o? the Erle Railway, acting In the inter?
est of the stockholders, would, however,
gladly vacate these premises and throw up
their lease If Mrs. Fisk would permit them to
do so. But she ls not at all Inclined to listen
to any such proposition. In the first place, it
is alleged the rent which Fisk arranged to
have been paid by the Erle Raliway Company
under the lease gives a very profitable per?
centage on the properly; and In the second
place, the upper floors were altered and orna?
mented at great expense, by Fisk's orders,
Ihr the purpose of accommodating the vari?
ons officials o? the Erle Company, and they
conld not now be remodelled to suit other
businesses or for the occupation of private
families at much less than the original outlay.
-One of these romantic turns of Fortune's
wheel which are necessary to the success ol
novels, but are generally wedged out of real
life, ls now before the world for Its considera
lion and wonderment. The story has its be .
ginning iar back la the ljggt century, and the
scene is laid in Ireland, the dramatis per?
sona; being actors of gentle blood to begin
with. At teat time the Moroneys, of Mill?
town, in the County of Clare, were the
wealthiest and most influential family In all Ihe
region round, and "Old Tom," as he was called?
a perfect feudal lord, was at their head. He
bad three sons, Thomas, Robert and Frank
Gould. The eldest received the estate, and
bad two sons, Thomas and Burdett, of whom
Thomas died'without issuc;and Burdett reigned
In his stead. Burdett never had any legiti?
mate chlldren,but to one natural son he willed,
contrary to law, his property, and this
will has been long contested by a British army
captain, son ol a deceased married sister of
Burdett, the ruling members of the family
not knowing of any other male heirs. But
Robert Moroney, doomed to poverty and the
navy by the law of entail, drifted away from
the old estate and soon was lost sight of. He
had one son, John Westhrop Moroney, who
had married a wife beneath the station of his
house, and was not visited by any members,
lie' died and left one son, Frank Valentine,
who, with his mother, came to America, and
he is now a stone-cutler in New York, and the
direct heir to $300,000, which a lawyer ls look?
ing a/ler for him. He heard of his good tor
tune but a short time ago, but chisels away
until his title will warrant his stepping Into
a higher position.
The Radical Meeting To-*lghr.
The Regular Republicans hold a meeting
in front of the City Hall to-night, when
spoeches will be made by several or the
head-lights o? the party. We trust that the
disgraceful scenes which accompanied tbe
' Bolters' meeting, at tho same place, will not
be repeated. There is a square fight be?
tween tho two wings of the party, and each
is expected to do its best to secure that
white vote which neither will confess that it
dasires. Both Bolters and Regulars are
entitled to a fair hearing; and the peace and
security of the city require that a political
meeting shall not be allowed to degenerate
Into a howling and turbulent mob. We hope
that the municipal authorities will be fully
prepared for any emergency, and will give
any would-be- rioters ample opportunity of
cooling down in tho quiet recesses of the
Guardhouse. One of theso days the Con
! servatlves may wish to have a Greeley meet?
ing at the City Hall, and they will expect the
fair-play which is their right, ns well ns that
of both Bolting and Regular Republicans.
Club logic is not, by any means, a convincing
style of reasoning.
J A Dangerous Game.
The Courier, following the lead of the
Columbia Phoenix, declares that "Immediate
r"steps should be taken by the voters in the
"State, in favor of the election of Greeley
"and Brown to the Presidency and Vice-Pres
"idency of the United States, to have an elli -
"cient organization in their respective coun
''ties, so that when the ides of November
"shall approach, there may be a full vote,
"and a complete assertion of their princi
"pies on the part of those in Sooth Caro
"lina who are opposed to wrong, and in
"favor o? right." Nearly every voter In the
State who is "in favor of the election of
"Greeley and Brown" is a Democrat, or has
hithartA antaA tuifh tho T>amnr.rAt.Ii*. nnrfcv.
The proposition of the Courier, therefore,
is to organize the Democracy throughout
the State, in order that they may be ready
to vote for the Coalition candidates in No?
vember. Snch a course is, we believe, im?
politic in the extreme, besides being diamet?
rically opposed to the current of public opin?
There is no doubt that the white citizens
of this State will vote almost unanimously
for Mr. Greeley. This they will do whether
the canvass be long or short; whether there
be one speech or a hundred. In no other
State of the Union are the white citizens as
?firmly resolved to vote in solid phalanx for
the Liberal candidates as in South Carolina.
What then is the object of rushing with hot
haste into the fray? The Courier surely
does not expect to defeat the Grant electoral
ticket. It is barely possible that there may
be such a somersault as will give this State
to tbe Liberals. Bot that a contingency is
altogether independent of any canvassing
which the Democracy might do. Indeed,
such a canvass would destroy the faint
chance of a victory which now exists. A
canvass, beginning now, would not increase
tho white vote for Greeley; nor would it
gain any considerable quantity of negro
votes. There would be no adequate return
for the labor, the anxiety and the expense.
This is not all. The Presidential canvass !
would seriously add to the difficulty of mak- j
ing snch combinations with the Grant Re?
publicans, at tbe Slate election, as may give 1
the JDemocrncy a modicum of local reform.
During the past six months the Democracy
of the State have repeatedly given expres?
sion to their desire to remain quiet nntil ?
ofter the middle of October. This desire
led a large minority to oppose the holding of
the State Convention which elected dele?
gates to the Baltimore Convention. A like ?
feeling caused several ioiluential newspapers
to sharply condemn the judicious policy of
Mr. Porter in advising an organization in
the several counties. They feared that this
was the signal for the beginning of a warm
contest; while, in truth, it was only a rea?
sonable preparation for the November and
October elections. It was so interpreted
and confirmed by the Democratic State Ex?
ecutive Committee who, say nothing about '
the Presidential election, but urge an imme?
diate making ready for tbe State election. :
It is needless to multiply arguments. Tho
Democracy, as we understand their views,
think it best to withhold the Greeley electo- .
ral ticket until after the State election.
They prefer that the Liberal Republicans ,
should make up that ticket, but if these do
not, or cannot, the Democracy, in proper
time, will do so. The Liberals will, of '.
course, move when and how they think best.
But a Democratic canvass wonld only tend
to consolidate tho opposition, and secure,
beyond peradventure, lie election of the
Moses ticket. \
As to Carpet-Bagger*.
The Charleston Rej)uUican accuses THE '
NEWS of doing Mr. Reuben Tomlinson an
injustice in saying that, in the State canvass,
the choice is between scalawag and carpet?
bagger. We think so still. But we did not
intend to reflect upon tbe personal charac- 1
ter of the Bolters' candidate, whom we look \
upon as one of the most respectable North- j
ern Republicans in tbe State.
The Coming Bayonet.
The North Carolina Conservatives deBire
to contest the election of Mr. Caldwell, who,
upon a fair vote, was unquestionably de?
feated by his Democratic opponent. This
leads the Raleigh Era, a Grant sheet, to de?
clare that the Republicans "will resist any
"attempt to seat Judge Merrimon." It also
says that it hopes that Mr. Caldwell will
"maintain his rights, by moderate means at
"first," but, if necessary, "at the point oj
"the bayonet." Add to this infamous decla?
ration the fact that, in this State, the United
States officers are already taking an active
part In local politics, and the Northern pub?
lic may form a fair idea of the straits to
which Grant is reduced, and of the military
manoeuvring which, in tbe South, makes
the ballot a mockery and sham. The rega?
ler South Carolina Republicans do not in?
tend, however, to be bayonetted into sup?
porting the Bolters. At a meeting in Ches?
ter the other day, Congressman Elliott made
the significant remark that if President
Grant attempted to control, through the
officers of his army, the exercise of the suf?
frage in South Carolina, he would never re?
ceive the electoral vote of the State.
The Weat Virginia Election.
There is some doubt whether Camden,
the regular Democrat, or Jacobs, the inde?
pendent Democrat, ls elected Governor of
West Virginia, In either case tbe Radicals
have no reason to crow, na both Camden and
Jacobs are Greeley men. There was a spilt
in the Congressional districts, bot all three
members of Congress chosen are Democrats.
The Administration Republicans had no
tickets of their own, being two weak to
make a contest, but they generally sup?
ported Jacobs and the other independent
Democrats. The new constitution, which
was stroogly opposed by the Republicans,
and over which the fiercest part of the con?
test was waged, bas been adopted by a I
small majority; the separately submitted
provision, forbidding any but white persons
to hold office, has been defeated by a large
majority. One of the independent Demo*
eratic candidates for Congress, John J.
Davis, in the First District, secured the un
divided support of the Republicans by de?
nouncing the unwise action of his party in
making the new constitution a Democratic
test. He was elected, while the new consti?
tution itself was adopted. There is no doubt
that West Virginia will go for Greeley and
Brown In November.
A Political Proteas.
General John A. Dix, who is nominated
by the Grant Republicans for Governor of j
New York, bas been, according to a knowing
correspondent, a Hard-Shell Democrat, a
Soft-Shell Democrat, a Buchanan Democrat,
a "War Democrat," or Pro-Slavery Republi?
can, an Anti-Slavery Republican, a Presi?
dent Johnson man, a Grant Republican, a
Liberal Republican, (just before the Cincin?
nati Convention,) and, fia al iv, a Grant Re -
nominationist (Just after the Cincinnati Con?
vention.) And it is a singalar fact (as Mr.
Weller would say, "an extraordinary coinci
"denco:') that all these successive changes
have concurred with a supposed change of j
when taken at the flood, leads on to for?
tune-too "nomination" for office, if not al?
ways to an office actually in hand.
This ought to silence the considerate!
friend?; of General Grant, who are so con- J
cerned at the "inconsistency" of the Demo?
crats in sapporting Mr. Greeley, and at the
"inconsistency" of Mr. Greeley in accepting J
the support of hts former opponents.
The t'A rm rd Force" Again.
Representative Thomas explains that bis
share of the "Armed Force" fund was paid
to bim for freight on arms, and that he re?
ceived less tb an he paid out. By the way,
is it true that a part of the cost of the Code
Commission was paid out of this elastic
?jy-ONEY TO LOAN.
on approved Collaterals, or bond and mort?
gage. Address, stating particular!!, H., NBWS
?ITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sums of and over FIVE COLLARS deposited
in this Bank, on or before the fifth day of each
Calendar Month, will bear interest (Six Per Cent.)
for that month as if deposited on the first in?
Deposita of One Dollar and upwards received
dally from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATURDAY
This Branch ls under the management of the
following Local Finance Committee:
LOUIS P. DE SAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELOHERS,
DR. A. B. ROSE, BENJ. F. EVANS,
0. WTJLBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
points in the State. D. RAVENEL, JR ,
? M. WATERS <fc CO.,
(LATE WATERS, PIERCE & Co.,)
^BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
No. 56 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Buy and sell contracts for Fa tare Delivery of Cot?
ton, strictly ror a commission, so that no Inter?
est of our own can possibly conflict with that of
Refer, by permission, to Union Natloual Bank;
People's Bank, New Yorfc.
Correspondence solicited. angis-imo
loint Stock Oompanrj.
THE CHARLESTON JOINT ?TOOK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the >tate Orphan Asvlom
CLASS No. 129-TRUSDAY MORNING. Septembers '
CLASS No. 130-TUKSDAY EVENING, September 3
sep4 A. MOROSO, SJworu Commissioner.
(Fop arm erst) ip s ano Shssomtians.
N. CHISOLM have this day been admitted
as members of our Arm. WM. C. BEE a, co
3?HE FIRM OF WM. M LAWTON ?
. SONS was dissolved on tne 1st or Auaust bv
the withdrawal or Mr. WIN BO RN LAWTON
Thei FACrORAG-..AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will be conducted by WM. M. LAWTON and
PHILIP T. LAWTON. OS U" AND
WM, M. LAWTON & SON
sep2-mwf3?_No. l Bovce'a Wharf.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated with mo in business Mr
IOHN H. PETERMANN. Of i lils city, to continue
the Ancilon. Commission and General Produce
Business, under the arm name of "KIECKP *
PETERMANN." G E RU A RD RIECK E
NEWS : WEULvnouAi* ?Xii
MEROBDITA, rrom Bojton, are notified that abe
win discharge Cargo Trna OAT, at VanderhorBt'a
wharf. Goods nncalled for at sauset win remain
oh the wharf at owners' risk.
ses4-l JAMES ADOER A CO., Agenta.
ps- CONSIGNEES PEE STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified
that she la THIS DAT discharging cargo at
Auger's South Wharf. All Goods remaining on
dock at sunset wilt be stored at owners' risk and
pense. JAMES ADQER A 00., Agenta.
ROOMS OP THE EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE OF THE TRUE REPUBLICAN
PART? OF SOUTQ CAROLINA. COLUMBIA. 8.
C.,"SEPTEMBER 4, 1872.-True Republicans of
Charleston:-At two successive State Conven?
tions your duly elected Delegates have been, ex
eluded from that body by fraud. At numerous
public meetings your deliberations have been in?
terrupted by roughs and rowdies hired to do thia
work by the minions or corruption; and only one
week ago a deliberate attempt to suppress free
speech and insult the advocates of gocd govern?
ment and none j t administration, waa made by
thoa j who Bhonld be the guardians of tho public
peace. No man claiming to he a Republican can
be engaged in work or this kin a without for
getting his character as such; and however
much} on may he tempted to retaliate for the
Insults which have been so heaped upon you by
the authors and abettors of these outrages, you
are earnestly solicited to avoid dolog anything
Which will tend to disturb tbe assembly which ls
advertised to take place thia evening at the City
Hall square. If yon attend the meeting act aa
men and citizens having at heart the causo of
freeapcecb. The argnments of the speakers will
bc anawered in good time, and completely at the
polia on the loth October. 0. C. BOWEN,
Chairman of Executive Committee of the TrueJ
Republican Fatty. eep4-l*
?ST-THE BALTIMORE BOBBERY DEM-1
ONsTKATES tho t-ft-told talo that cheap safes,
old-fashioned aafen, safes not np to the times, are
the temptations to burglary. Bankera may pro?
vide watchmen, and may nse other safeguards,
but they will not put their money in the watch?
man's pocket, or trust lt In a Un or wooden box,
no matter how many guards are used. The safe,
attor all, la the laat receptacle. No amount of
watching or guard mg will ever make a poor or
ont-stylo safe trustworthy. This la the citadel,
and shouU be TUB BEST that can be made.
THSBS IS BUr ONX BEST.
HERRINGS A FARREL,
Nos. 261 and 252Broadway, corner Murray st.
Only manufacturers of HERRING'S NEW
PATENT CHAMPION BANK SAFES. Mesara.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL Agenta,
JS9~ MB. THEODORE G. SNOWDEN
la authorized to act aa General Power or Attorney
for us from this date.
sep2-3 STONEY A LOWNDES.
pkT- DB. TUTTS HAIR DYE ACTS
instantaneously, contains no Sugar Lead or Sui.
phar. Warranted harmless. Has no bad odor.
Easily applied. ang?D-SDAW
?3f A BILIOUS ATTACK ? WHO IS
not familiar with the well'known symptoms?
Oppression across the Stomach and Chest, Low
Spirits, Restlessness, Gloominess of Mind, Weak-1
neaa, Dall Headache, Dirty, Greasy Appearance
or the Skin, Yellow Tinge of the Whites of the ]
Eyes, Loss of Appetite and Costiveness. Few,
indeed, or the more ordinary lils or life are more j
widely prevalent than these Bilious Disorders,
and yot they may readily be got rid of by using
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND, by whoae
operation the Liver will be rapidly restored to
healthy action, the vitiated secretions of the
Stomach changed, all Costiveness removed, and
tbe whole system assisted in recovering Ita nor?
mal condition. It la reidy for use in large bot
ties, and ?or sale by ,
OOH ir/, MOISE & JUA Via,
ang80-fmw3 Wholesale Agenta for S. 0.
J?T> ON MARRIAGE.*
Happy relief for Young Men from tho effects
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments!
co Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Na 2 South
Ninth street. Ph tl adel Dh la Pa. oe tl s
CITY 1'AX NOTICE-CITY HALL,
CHARLESTON, S. C., TREASURY OFFICE, SEP?
TEMBER 4, 1872.-By Ordinance the time for pay?
ing the THIRD INSTALMENT and all Arrears or j
Taxes for thia year will ead on the 15th Inst., and
upon all Taxes due and unpaid on that day a
penalty of FIFTEEN PER CENT, la, by Ordinance,
denounced. p. j. OOOGAN,
aepl-wrmo Oily Treaaurer.
DUE WEST FEMALE COLLEGE.
Send us yonr daughters.
Tbe next session opena October 7. Only the
very beat Teachers employed.
Boarding, including Washing and Fuel, and
Tuition, une Year, $184 60. Over One Hundred
Pupils are present annually. The President will
be ac the Niokersoa House, Oolumola, FRIOAT
MQHT. the 4th ot October, and will taso charge
of Pupils on the Greenville and columbia Rail?
road SATURDAY, the 6th.
sond for a Catalogne. J. I. BONNER,
^CADEMY OP OUR LADY OF MEROY,
VEBTINO STXIET, SOUTH OP TRADD.
The Scholastic Tear of th!; Institution wm com-,
mence MONDAY, September 2d, terminating Joly
Prompt attendance is requested, that the
Classes may be formed without delay.
All Information relative to Boarding or Day Pu?
pils can be obtained at the Academy, or at tte I
Convent, Queen street. aug2?-mtua3mtus
jg ETHEL ACADEMY,
Near Warrenton, Fanquier Co., Va. Session opens
September 12th, 1672. -
BOARD AND TUITION $87 60
per session or five months. No Extras. For Cata?
logues, Ac, addreBM A. G. SMITH. WM. W.
SMITH, A. M., J. B. SMITH, Princip?is, Warrenton,
Va,, or Colonel 0. E. LIGHTFOOT, late Principal
Va. High School. Cnlpecer 0. H., Va.
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE "OPENS
2D DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
Miss MARY ,ANN BUIE, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that ahe will
openaSelecc Finishing school lu Aiken, Becond
to none in the country. Everything taught In
any inarnme, Solid or Ornamental, will be
tauHht; European Languages, Vocal and Instru?
mental Muulc. Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
German and Spanish. Latin and Music, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. . M. A. BUIE.
J^JRS. JOHN V. B. BLEECKER'S
FRENCH AND ENOLISI? HOME SCHOOL FOR
NO. 44 WX8T FlFTT-FOUBTH STREET,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 24,1872.
Miss PEQRAM, from Richmond, Va., ls asso?
ciated with Mrs. BLEECKBR, and haa charge of
the higher Engiiah branches._auglfi-lmo
jyjRS. SYLVANUS HEED'S
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Noa a AND 8 EAST FIPTT-THIRD STREET,
(Formerly Park Avenue and Thtrty Eighth Street.)
Buildings erected for tho purpoae. The Ninth
Year will commence October l, 1872. Mra. REED
will be at h me September 1; until then her ad?
dress ls Navesluk, N Y._augu-lmo
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER?
ING at the Rensselaer Polytechnic instb ute,
Troy. N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed in this country. Graduates
obtain excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annual Register, containing improved
course of Study and full particulars, address
Prof. CHAS, DROWNE, Director. augie-lmo
J iii Jim JIV 'i,
WASHINGTON STEAM FIEE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Atten i an Extra Meeting of
your Company Tms EVBNISQ, at 8 o'clock.
By order. C. H. SCHWING,
sep4 ...... -- _secretary.
ATTENTION! WAG ?NEE ARTILLERY
CLUB.-Attend a Regular Monthly Meeting
of your Club, at Llndstedt's Hall, THIS ETF.SI.NG,
at half-past 8 o'clock precisely.
BP oraer of the Captain.
sep4_J. F. LU IESTHAL, Secretary.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AXMEN.-You are hereby sum?
moned to attend the Recular Meeting of your
Company Tuts (Wednesday) EVENING, the 4tn
Instant, at yonr Engine-House, at 8 o'clock pre?
By order. J. W. McKESRY,
CHARLESTON HOOK A*D LADDER,
No l.-Appear at TiockiHonsc, at half-past
s THIS MORNING, in citizen's Dress,, to act asan
Escort to Hook and Ladd ?r, N->. l, of Columb a.
Bep4 F. J. McQARY, secretary.
AKERs7^JANTEfjr~APPLY AT J. CJ
H. OLACJSEN'S Sr ;am Bakery. sep4 1?
WANTED IMME CI ATE LY, A HOUSE
Servant, ma e prsferred. Apply at cor?
ner Broad and Rutledge 11reeta, north Bide.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE SER?
VANT to Cook and Wash for a family or
two. Apply at No. 46 Wentworth street, to WM.
SITUATION WANTED, AS A TRAVEL
LINO Agent-or Local salesman, by a gen?
tleman who has had nlno years' experience. Ad
dress "W." DAILY NBWS omce._sep4-l?
COOK WANTED, TO GO TO SULLI?
VAN'S Island. None need apply wltbont
reliable recommendation from former employer.
Apply at No. 60 Society itreet, before 10 o'clock,
or after 4 o'clock._sep4-l
WANTED, A JOBBING BLACKSMITH
who understand his bnBiness thorough?
ly. Apply to A. M onus li, No. 4 cumberland
street, Charleston, B, 0._sep4
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
situation as Cock and Milker. Apply at
No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian Well.
WANTED THIS DAY, TEN LABOR?
ERS, at P. P. T?ALE'S Sash Factory,
WANTED, SEVERAL SMART BOYS
for Dry and Fancy Goods Business. Ap?
ply, by letter, "Situation," P. 0, Box 80.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WHO UN?
DERSTANDS the Lumber business. Must
come well recommended. R. R. HCDG1N3 A CO.,
foot of Lucas and Bull Btreets._seftiS-2?
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN
without incumbrances to cook and do the
housework for a ama il family. The best recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 67 Went*
fTIHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO EN
X QAQE by the 1st of October ncxi;, an AS?
SISTANT to Teach English Branches In h is School.
Address Principal. Key Box 432, Obarleston,
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A RE?
SPECTABLE Mechanic or Bteady habits as
linsml.b. He wishes a steady place; has no ob?
jection to go In the :ountrv. Address?. H., at
ATEACHER II) WANTED TO TAKE
charge of the Mile Academy of the Camden
Oi puan Society, to open not later than the 1st of
October next. The school building h now uuder
golog foll repair. Applicants are requested to
communicate with JOHN M. DBSAUSSUKE, Presi?
TT7ANTED A SITUATION BY A STEA
\ j DT and reliable business man, a native of
tn ia State and resident of this city fur twenty-five
years, who can furnish the best references. Ad?
dress "Williams," NEWS Qffloe, for ten days.
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Hall in some central locality, suitable
for a social Club and Ride Corps. AddresB, with
fall particulars, R. c., at thia omce. ang20
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, cf good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher in some
Sublfo Institution, oi as private tu tor In a family,
o objections to going into tho country, can
branchas of a good education. Salary or not so
great consideration ns pleasant association. Ad?
dress U. D. V., lt the otu ce of thia paper.
WANTED TC \ INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted trith toe tact that the SOUTH
ERN LIFE lNSURJiNOti COMPANY Issues Joint
life Policies, lnsnrLig the lives of partners in
business, BO that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for ls paid to the surviving party.
It also insures ?mi,band and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
i or Sale.
GOWS, CALVES AND SPRINGERS FOR
SALE.-25 No. 1 MILCH COWS will bs sold
cutup if applied lor immediately at HOGAN A
co.'a STABLES, Spring street, one door from
FOR SALE, TWO HUNDRED BUSH?
ELS of Pope' } line COTTON SEED, raised
on my James Island Plantation. The said cot?
ton baa been mannted to-every acre, fifteen bush?
els of Cotton seed, two hundred poicada buno
dust, forty oart loads of salt, and one hundred
pounds of Etiwan '3nano, which has greatly Im?
proved the Cotton la Ita value. Parties wishing
to purchase the same win address Captain G. F.
HABEMCHT, No. 8 South Bay. Price $8 per
MULES, HOUSES AND PONIES, JUST
arrived at R. OAKMAN'S Stable, No. 86
uuuroh street,nesr Broad,and for saloon lime.
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OWEN, son of the late Henry
ut jen, for Seventy-ave Dollars. Wul bo sold at a
discount atMENKB A MULLER'S._aug27
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at tho Bhories: notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for aale, very low. J. L.
LDN8FORD. amita street, north of Wentworth.
TXTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Tv NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 50 GENTS PE* HUNDRED. Apply at t?t
oirice or THE NFiWH- mavis
TO RENTHN SmNG^STMETr?NE
or two Boona Address E., PostofDce.
TO RENT, PART OF A HOUSE, PL?AS
ANTLY situated near the Market." To an
approved tenant terms will be moderate. Apply
on the premised in Plnckney street, opposite
TO RENT, TH! INGRAHAM HOUSE,
corner of Wentworth and Smith streets.
Honse and premises In good order, with fine cis?
tern. For runner information apply to s. B.
PICKENS, S. C. R.E. Office, corner of King and
Ann streets. augli-w
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
corner Klag and Liberty streets, with or
without back store, suitable for any kind of i
business. Will be rented from 1st of september,,!
For particulars apply at Store. angS-imo
GATED la Paris and DOW engaged ns
Teacher In this city, would like to obtain board in
a private family where Instruction? In J rench
would be received in payment for her board.
Address R. A.. Charleston Postonlce. sep4-i?
pOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
UT Rooms, upon reasonable tormo, at No. 71
Broad street, .furnished or unfurnished Booms
NTOWCE^w?^AVE THIS DAY RE?
MOVED nar Office to North AI lan tlc wharf.
Bopjil siiACKKLFORD & KELLY.
H^KE~MONTBS AFTER DATE AP
PLiuATfON will be made for renewal of 4
Shares Union t auk Stock, standing In the name
or Trustees S Una's Dispensary, the original
havmg been lott
Charleston, Joly 3, 1872. July41amo3
-^??RE?;,? IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FURLONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed, steel Blades and other parts furnished, by
SMITH A VAL.K,
aug30-lmo East end Hasel street.
Drnga at CDrjolesali.
OLLIER 'S REMEDY
MAN ANLV- BEAST.
This l.lnament has gamed a lasting reputation'
where it has been used in most cases which re?
quire an external cmedy, such as Rheumatism,
soreness and Swelling of the Breast. Pain and
Weakness la the Huck and Joints, Sprains,
Bruises, Cramps, Numbness, Frozen Umba, Bites
of Insects, Old Sores, Fever S 'res, Goitre or
Swelled Neck, Paralysis, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites of Reptiles, Headache, White Swellings,
PolBon, Hums, all swellings, salt Rheum, Corns,
Warts, Sore Eyes, Run Rounds, Ac, ac
It ls warranted to cnre Lameness, Spavin, Big
Head. Big Jaw. Founder, Sprains of the Shoulder,
Leg. B.icx, Sinews, Fetlock, gillie Joint and Hock
Joint, Splints, Wlod Galls, Ringbone, string Hair,
Swelled Legs. Cracked Heels, Thrush. Poll Evil,
Saddle Galls, Cid Sores, strains of the Round
Bone and other Joints, Enlargement of the Bacst
Joint, and all Diseases or Horses which are caus?
ed bj Inflammation or the Muscles.
CHARLESTON, S. C., June ir, 1672.
Messrs. DowiE, MOISE & DAVIS :
Gentlemen-I have used a number of bottles cf
your C.-Hi er's hemer i y fur Hones, and from my
experience believe lt to be the best Liniment
ever offered to the public. I have had for the
past eleven years a stubborn case of ?alt Rheum
or Tetter On my head and arm, which has been
treated by the most stilled Physicians ot Georgia
and South Carolina wltnoac auccess. Two bodies
of Col ler's Remedy has effectually cured me.
Proprietor Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeting street,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
LOUISVILLE, KT., May i860..
ISAAC COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow 0. H., Barren
Co., Ky. .
I take great pleasure In recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost indispensable article, and
very valuable to all who own or have charge of
stock. It is the best l have ever used for Sprains,
Sores, or oalis on Horses. Some of the men con?
nected with tne Company have used lr for severe
B?ros and Sores as well as Rheumatic Pains, and
tor Bruls-s. it c., and alt say lt acts lite magic In
Scratches on Horses lt is Invaluable. We use no
other Liniment. j. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. M IK ort, or York County, S. 0., writes us,
nnder date of October, 1869, as roliows : "My
horse was considered worthle a, (his case was
Spavin) bnt since the free use of your Collier's
Remedy I have sold him for $160. Your remedy
ls doing wonders up here on man and beast.
DIAMOND II ILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. C., 1 .
June 7, 1870. i
Messrs. Dowra. MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, B. 0. :
Gentlemen-The box of drnga ordered on 3ist
May not arrived yet. Wo aro anxiously await lng
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty calls Air lt lu the last twenty days,
lt la decidedly the beat medicine that ever waa
compounded for what lt professes to do. It has
been used m thia vicinity for Rhenmatlsm, and
bas proved more effectual than anything ei.-e.
Dr. G. F. S- enred blmseirof a bAd case of
Rheumatism by the use of two bottlfB. He has
been laid up over three months. Be .a now able to
firactlce again. Many certificates cnn be procured
n this vicinity, and wo write this rrom a sense or
duty to yon. KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Oharieston, S. 0.
Erna*, Cljtmicaii, tft.
J. Ii ? H IT?
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now m stock- of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
rat toy'a Cold Cream,
Knffllsh nalhvla (ln.rmlinaf.lvft, Hi-lrlsh OILHooho's
F.mbrocaUon ana cm or od y nc .
TILDEN A OO.'S SOLID. AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC. A OBST FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
.LOBST TOB SOUTH CAROLINA MB":
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instrumenta and Goods of foreign man
nf act ure imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A foll assortment ol Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on band- o
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night ianiowfmlr ..
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEO-.
MATIO SYRUP. :
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
cure.' 28,600 oortlncatea or testimonials of cnre,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls ur schuylkill, Philadol
Sala; the wife ot Rev. J. B. Davis, Hie tust own,
cw Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton, '
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. creoiey, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cam
deo, New Jersey; ex-senator Stewart, Bullmore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cnre or money reloaded.
DB. GEO. CAULIER. Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr_Charleston, a a
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE P?2PAR
W. B. WARNER A GO.,
Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charlee ton:
Iron and Iodofdrm Pills, a powerful Alterative
and Tonio - ?
Comp. PhoBDboruB Pilla, for Impotence, Loaa ol
Nerve Power. Ac
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierianate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine ol Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wino of 'Wm Cherry "
Comp. Syrup ?>r Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup ot Hypophospbites (for Consumption,Bron
Beer, wine, iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, cotalnlng Vanilla, Tolo, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. This ls a new and valu
able combination of tho medicinal properties
ol the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside rrom
ita medicinal virtues, lt ls useful as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter tasie or Quinine
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potaaalnm.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros
tratton, Indigestion, Chlorosla, Ac
Ellx. Vaierianate of strychnia
EUX. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia for the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beef, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. ft. Warner A Oo.
manufacture a full line o? F'.dld Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all of which are to bo had at
Manufacturer's Prtcca, of
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mchua (Uwarnos Charleston. 8.0.
rJIHE NEW IMP B~0^ ?DT
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
Wo are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER* WILSON MAN CPO CO.,
aprR-iyr_ Mn. 200 Klngstre?t
MOUNT VERNON H0^rEL7^?oT"81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON ECRuPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated In one of the moat eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, mag
niflclently rurnlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, la now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tonr of pleasuie
the coming season. The cars run within a square
of the house. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4moa
<5voiente. Iffittore? 8t.
rTuNJ?Y CLOTE%ND DUNDEE BAG
vX , GINO.
A lot of the above at raedera tepMces. j----?-.-?
Ap pl j SO GEORGE A. TRENHOLM ^S?HT
sep-t-ff Jm3? " /?_- .'t^'fafTr
PRIME EASTERN HAT ON GONSHIN
-loo bales landing per if ERO I DITA. For aale by
aep4-l_"ROACH A MOFFETT.
GILT EDGE B?TTERAND PURE LEAF
Landing and for sale by -
. ADOLPa NIMITZ k 00.,??$~
Fep2-mw2 . *o..20P Ea?t.J^ay-,
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS, FLOUR,
Ac, Ac ...
30 hti Js. Prime BACOV O. R. SIDES
30 boxes Prime Bacon O. B. Sides. .' -
is hbds Prime Bacon.Shoulders
H 10 Heroes (Jholce S. 0. H J ms
16 boxes Dry salted CR. Sides
40; tra da. Bright No. 2 Bacon j Shoulders, very
little orrin flavor.
400 bbls Flour, Family, Extra, Super"*
And a general assortment of Liquors, Wines,
Sugars, coffee, Molasses. Tobacco, Cigars, Ac
For sale by TIEDEMAN, CALDER k CO.
sep2~-mw2 ? j rt/.'.:..
gIDES, SHOULDERS, LiRD, HAMS, Ac,
25 barrels Wilcox's Prime Leaf Lvd
lfihhda. o R. Bacon Sides
16 ahda. Primo Bacon shoulders'
lo boxes D.S. C. a. Sides. : ... -
16 boxea D. s. Prime Bellies
io tierces Choice Champion Canvassed Hams ' "*
150 barrels Family Extra and Super Roo? '^r-' 'i
loo tubB Wilcox A Co.'a Prime Lear Lard .
200 boxea Morgan's best and Greenwlcn. Soft'?
loo boxes Morgan's s apollo, Hand SapoUoina
Century Soaps . . . (
190 box< s ?tai Candles -
76 half barrels Noa l, 2 and 8 Mackerel
loo barrels Bee Hive and other brands 8. H.
60 barrels A, B and 0 Sugars
600 reams Wrapping Paper-all sizes ?
76 dozen Brooms. 60 dozen Backet?. ConoSfe- -
trated Lye, Wa-hlng and Cooking soda, Toma'
toes, Oysters, Lob?tera and Peaches.
Now landing und in store and for sale low by
ang30-8 . . . PAUL B. LALANE k 00.
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S
YEAST POWDER, ' .
For purity and strength, la unequalled. AH house
keepers who use lt once will have no other. - Ask. ;
your Grocer for it, and tate no other, wholesale '
? ' ' . .. ... '.i: '
ny . OTTO F. WETTERS.
Juiyw-mwr-amo -rr*. ....
. ? ? . .-?<*:> ' ?
: GROCERIES I ll
. ri-ni '.?1 ...
We are now receiving our faU and, winter a tot* 1 '
Of ... ? - ''. ? etg
'Jr- : ^Jrrutiy.?&ifc?
? . .-. :.*,- ' .->-,<.? nj*'*
FAMILY G B O ? P045^, S ,
. .*"?.' '..'<?' ? ~*~&vs*?ty ju&:- "
. .? .n_ .. -t si: . if.-j.T-r:- .si'Si:,
comprising a full assortment or
*: ??? ?
-?.?",. \ ' '.- ?ftifi
TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
" :: ? :.*<jiX>.i&J??. fl '
Families in the country win And it to taelf?B>
jterestto entrust orders to our care. Having
made a specialty of . 'PARTICULAR ATTEBT?OH- '
TO COUNTRY ORDERS,'' we now'taVe;-thr*iarg^;
est country trade of any retail dealer.in thViJ^. ' .
- "tu" i'i?.V.
I_?i-f i. > .:: tarrsi'?:-*.'?'. :
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLES AU5
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. . . . .<;* .?*.' ?v*i'? i'Zfr?l* te-'..
: : . . . ?-+.*? -4K. : ?Xl -...^...?fr'l- '*?.Sv..
..'. ? . . . ?i-???is -tip:J':~Hr':JM?\
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOB DELI YER?
. . rs ;;st? . > **>%?'??:... 'i^?*ii'-fi^'.'
.- . ? ifi f rr ; . -?? -.rr- .
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEREBY ;
I MAKING IT TO YOUS INTEREST TO' PAT
I BONIZE THE b?s?li
. .-.l. . ?M f. : r.V it .: .
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'PEOPLES' FAVORITE G BO C B B Y i: r'
. ' . . . : . rl.:- r^Vii.
WE MAIL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY/-'
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RB^
IGEIPTOF ADDRESS. '
ALL LETTEBS RESPONDED TO PBAOMPT
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AKD OIYB*U8 A
!.-v. : . . *:zr?s:si M,\> .
TRIAL. . . .. 'iStsisari
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WILSONS' ff BOO !B?.:'
Box No. 383,
CHARLESTON, B. Q.
iJ^USIOAL PEOPLE EVBBYWHaJBH
are invited to examine onr new Colledlon of
Church Music entitled
THE STANDARD I
The following gentlemen, well known ln.mosl- (
cal circles, contribute Tunes, sen tunees and An?
thems to its pages: H. K. Oliver, L. W. Wheeler,
T. H. Tinner, J. H. Tenney. S. F. Merrill, LV-H.'.
Southard, Nathan Barker, A. 0. Gattersen, F, O'"
Cashman, W. P. Dale, O.P.Morrison, M. SIaaonr '
G. M. Monroe, L. W. Ballard, Otto Lobb, Dr. mfc*(h ;
Munger, 8. Wesley Martin. " - ;
The Editors are L. O. EMERSON, or Boston; H.,...
B, PALMER,, of Chicago, of Whose former publi?
cations 1,600,000 copies have been acid.
While designed to supply the wants ot Chorus
Choirs, Singing Schools and Conventions, ita
large s apply of new Sentences, Malle and An
tbems render lt an excellent
BOOK FOB QUARTETTE CHOIRS.
Price, $160; per dozen, $13 60. For fl ii speci?
men copies will be malled, for the present, post
paid, to any address.
We also commend onr new Sparkling Rabies,
(36 cents,) for Sabbath-schools, Pilgrim's Harp,
(60 cents,) roc Vestries, and Honr of Singing, ($i,
ror High Schools.
OLIVER DI TS ON A CO., I C. H. DfTSON A CO.,
Boston. New York.;
sepi-wH " .
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO*.
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE . J
let/7 smith street, aorh Irn^S?Sh,