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No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. C. j
FEL?AY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1872.
HEWS OE TELE DAT.
-Mr. Joseph Jefferson is reported to have
entirely recovered his eyesight.
-Selma, Alabama, has subscribed one hun?
dred ancTslx ty thousand dollars to build an
iron bridge over the Alabama River.
-James F. Clark, who was shot by the
brother o? Miss Fe well, whom he had seduced,
died ot his woonda on Monday night at
Bren te ville, Ya.
-Hie foor large Joint stock banks of Lon?
don have this year declared dividends at the
rate of twenty per cent, per anrv:m. The
Bank of England only paid eight per cent, per
-Governor Jacob, ol West Virginia, who
hastien claimed as an antl-Greeley Demo?
crat, lt ls understood, will write a letter in a
few days in Which he will declare in favor of
the election ot Greeley and Brown.
-Among the heaviest articles probably ever
sent by railroad Were two immense Jron pad?
dle shafts recently sent from Bridgewater,
Mass., to San Francisco. They were nearly
forty feet long, twenty-six inches In diameter,
and weighed together upwards of seventy
-The whole of the troops of Northern Ger?
many are now suppled with the- improved
needle-gun. The weapon ls said to be more
.'simple Ut Its mechanism than the old arm;
will allow of from seven to ten shots per min?
nie being fired, and has a range of over one
thousand three hundred yards.
-A Liverpool paper states that the Messrs.
Rothschild's subscription Hst to the last
French loan amounted to 110,000,000 pounds
' sterling, and that of Messrs. Baring Brothers
& Co. to ii,ooo,OOO sterling. A member of
the House ol Commons put bis name down
on Mesara. Rothschild's list for eight millions
-Official advices are soon expected by the
government announcing that the Geneva "ar?
bitration ls at an end. There ls good reison
to believe, though the fact Is not known offi?
cially, that the total award made to the Unit?
ed States ls about eleven million of dollars,
being less than one-halt or the total amount
asked for damages and expenses.
-Colonel Verdi du Vernolsls considered,
next to Field Marshal Moltke, the ablest strat?
egist in the Prussian general staff. He ls the
son of a French officer, who died In 1813, in
Berlin, in consequence of wounds received at
the battle of Grossbeeren. His young widow,
with.her infant son, remained in Berlin, and
the boy was afterward edueated at the expense
of the State.
-The longest bridge In the world ls said to
be on the Mobile and Montgomery Railroad,
over the Tensas and Mobile Rivers. It is Al?
teen miles in length, and has ten draws, one I
for each navigable channel. The bridge lt- j
self is ol wood, but the supports are iron cy-1
linders. The structure cost one million five
hundred thousand dollars, and bas been three
years in course ol construction.
-San Francisco ls soon to be astonished by
the appearance in her harbor of a genuine I
4 Japanese Junk, the first mercantile vessel of I
Japan that ever sailed Into an American port. I
As a matter of course the officers of this out-1
landlsh craft will be dined, wined, made the j
targets of many speeches and no end of photo-1
graphic Instruments, and ii they could manage
to bring their novel craft eastward overland, lt I
. would be hauled by hand through the streets I
ol all the great cities by enthusiastic crowds, j
tte officers be plied with more dinners and I
wine, and the vessel Itself, perhaps, purchased
and cut op into chips for relics, for our people
love nothing BO much as novelty. But the
coming commerce between Japan and the I
? United States must be carried on in Bwift-go
lng American steamships, and not In the odd
Junks ot Japan. For the present let us be
thankful for a sight of the junk, the like of
which has never appeared in American waters.
-Brigandage in Italy has not yet, in spite
ol the exertions o? the authorities, been sup?
pressed. It ls not a pleasant Hie, that ot an
italian brigand. The romance of lt has long I
ago been proved a myth. Fra Diavolo makes I
his appearance only in the picturesque attire
arid studied attitudes of Castle or Hableman. I
The real brigand ls a brutal, ignorant, stolid
murderer; eating coarse food, sleeping on the I
ground In all weathers, chased from place to
place, with no rest, wretched, ragged and I
probably rheumatic If lt was not for his
crimes, he would be a pitiable object. He |
certainly can lay no claim to be a hero. Gea-1
erally he ls content with sharing thc frugal j
meal of some frightened peasant, and Bteal- j
lng small Barns from native travellers. Occa?
sionally, however, larger prey is captured.
Tho brigand Manzi, oi the Province of Sal-1
erno, has Just seized a Signor Marcus!, and
refuses one hundred thousand francs ransom
fox him. The government has offered a re-1
ward ol ten thousand dollars tor the capture }
of Manzi, dead or alive. Another brigand in I
the mountains ol the BasUicata has recently I
released another captive for the ransom of
turee thousand dollars. It appears strange j
thatjsuch a state of affairs should continue to
exist In the midst ol civilized Europe.
-The effect o? Chinese labor in the shoe
trade of San Francisco ls thus described by a j
local paper: "There are in San Francisco
about two thousand white operatives employ
ed in thc manufacture o? boots and shoes. I
Chinamen who -have had three years' expe-1
Hence In this kind ol work are paid twenty-J
eight cents per pair for making ladles' shoes.
White operatives formerly received seventy- j
five cents a pair. At this rate ot wages ti?
Chinese earn from $1 to $1 26 per day. White J
men formerly earned irom $5 to $3 60. A j
large number of while giris were formerly en-1
gaged in Atting or making the uppers by I
machinery, but Chinamen are rapidly driving
them from every shop in the atty. The girls I
received about thirty-four centB a pair for flt- J
ting scolloped vamps and tops. The coolies
do the same work for twelve and a half
?tata a pair. Cutters formerly were paid
klxty cents per dozen for cutting out|
this work*. The Chinaman does lt
lor twenty-five cents. Bole leather and
stock-cutlers, who receive from $2 50 t?
$3 50. per day, have given way to Chinese,
who do It for $1 25. In consequence of this
great disparity in the prices of labor white
operatives have been steadily losing ground,,
being unable to make a living at the ruin?
ously low rate of wages established by com?
petition with the Chinese. As the legitimate
resuli of this state of things, we find thops
where formerly thirty to forty white men
were employed now retain only from lour to
eight, and In some but one or two remain.
? Yet the boot and shoe business has Increased
I on this cost two hundred per cent, within the
lost three years. Last week the wages of
fourteen white men in one shop aggregated
Just $90 for making one hundred and twenty
pairs of kid boots, this being all there was for
them to do alter the Chinamen were supplied.
The latter made four hundred and twenty
pairs to the one hundred and twenty of the
white workmen, and the wages of the white
I operatives amounted to less than $7 per man
Can He Do It S
It IB to be expected that during the pres?
ent canvass the two sections of the Radical
party wilt roundly abuse each other. Each
will do its best to prove that the candidates
on the other side are unworthy of co nfl
dence. The advantage to the Conserva
ti ves is that they will discover, in the coarse
of the quarrel, many a dark deed which
would not otherwise have come to light for
years. A case in point ls found in the
speeches delivered at the Mass Meeting on
Mr. Reuben Tomlinson, tbe Bolter's condi
date for Governor, has been looked upon as
a highly honorable man. It was said in Co?
lumbia that he had shown hir incapacity as
an executive officer while he filled the posi?
tion or State Auditor, and Judge Mackey
accused him of all manner of rascality. Bat
the prevailing opinion, in which we were in?
clined to concur, was that Reuben Tomlin?
son was free from any taint of personal or
official corruption. Judge Melton, however,
in tis speech at the City Hall, printed in THE
NEWS of yesterday, made one specific charge,
amongst others, which deserves serious at -
I tentioo. That charge is that Reuben Tom?
linson, immediately before the passage of
1 the Phosphate bill, over tho Governor's veto,
I pledged his personal faith and credit that the
bribes agreed to be given to certain Senators
\slioidd be duly paid. Judge Melton said,
furthermore, that he was ready to prove the
trnth of this charge anywhere and at any
time. We believe that Jadge Melton weigh?
ed well every word that he uttered, and that
ho has fall confidence in his own power to
prove the exact troth of the damning
charges which he made.
What has Mr. Tomlinson to Bay ? He and
his friends, in attacking their adversaries,
demand that the accused members of Mr.
Moses's porty shall not content themselves
with broad denials, bot shall prove them?
selves to be innocent. It ?B a poor rule that
will not work both ways. Mr. Tomlinson
mast furnish proof, "and not proof from
"questionable sources," if be wishes tho
public to believe that he is as im maculate as
Orr, Corbin & Co. assert
The Fourth Congressional District.
The history of the elections held in the
Fourth Congressional District of this State
in 1868 and 1870 is comparatively fresh in
the mind of the public. In tbe former year
Colonel W. D. Simpson, the Democratic can?
didate, was elected over A. S. Wallace by a
majority of 4291 votes; bat was denied bis
seat by Congress, who, in ? defiance of oil
law and every principfe of justice, admitted
his defeated opponent In 1870 Colonel J.
G. McEissick, the Democratic candidate,
was nominally defeated by A. S. Wallace,
wbo claimed that he had a majority of 3304
votes. Tbe election was unsuccessfully con?
tested by Colonel McEissick, but the evi?
dence on record conclusively shows that
Colonel McEissick was as fairly elected in
1870 as Colonel Simpson was two years be?
fore. This is susceptible of easy proof.
Ia 1868 Colonel Simpson received 14,098
votes, and A S. Wallace 9807 votes; Simp- j
son's majority being 4291. The evidence in
the case of McEissick against Walla je
shows that in 1870 Colonel McEissick re-1
ceivsd 14,169 votes. It also shows that in ? 1
ten precincts in York County three hundred j t
and forty votes, coat for McEissick, were
abstracted from the boxes, and the same Ic
number of votes for A. S. Wallace deposited ((
in their stead. This made McEissick's
true vote 14,509, without counting the
frauds and irregularities in other counties. (
According to the certificate or the State can- 1
vasser, Wallace received 1G.746 votes. Now, c
according to the State census ol 1869, the *
entire number of colored voters in the Con?
gressional District is 14,282; so that to have
received 16,746 votes, Wallace must have
obtained every colored vote and 2464 white
votes. But the sworn testimony proves
that Wallace did not receive moro than | j
one thousand white votes, and that McEis?
sick received a large number of colored
votes in every county. In the counties of
Fairfield, Chester, York, Union and Laarens,
McEissick received as many colored votes
as Wallace received white votes. This is
conclusive. Ot* the way in which the cheat?
ing was done, it is hardly worth while to
speak. Ia Laurens County the Radical
managers announced that "they would take
"voters from ten years of age, or from ony
"where, provided they took the oath re?
quired." This is a fair sample of the
These facts confirm the opinion that the
Democrats and Conservatives in the Fourth
Congressional District can defeat A S. Wal- j
lace, the Radical candidate, if they select the
right man and make the canvass both
thorough and energetic.
A soul above buttons is something which
no human being possesses. The assertion
should be qualified in this-that your una?
dulterated negro will pin and even thorn
himself together with foulest disregard of
aesthetics. But the well-bred soul cannot be
above buttons, because buttons in this day
are the distinctive mark of breeding, and of
coarse without buttons one cannot be well
bred. This is the logic of the thing.
Dhan ce of buttons 18 as inconceivable
as it wonld be intolerable. Who would;
string np his vest, skewer his coat across
his monly bosom, or conjoin bis pantaloons
with hooks and eyes ? The idea is mon?
strous. Who would lr j a soul above
THE CHARLE ST
buttons, and what would that soul be worth!
Why do we say this ? We say lt because
the printer will please use his largest quota?
tion marks-"long-wristed gloves will con?
tinue In vogue. Conservative ladies who,
"for a long time adbered to short gloves
"fastened by one button, now wear those
"that are long enough to require two but
"tons, while the first wearers of gloves with
two battons have gone still greater lengths,
"and wear those fastened by three or even
"Even foar buttons 1" Nay more. An
advertisement in the same paper from which
the above is taken announces So-and-so's
gloves, Irom "one to six buttons." Herein
is glory for the few and dismay for the many
who hitherto have been contentedly deluded
with the belief that they were "in the fosh
"ion" with two-button gloves. Two bat?
tons I Poh ! Think of being called a "con?
servative, short-glove, one-button lady."
Such a being, if such there be, should, of
course, be condemned to a one-horse town.
Gloves are lower, but the price of 3ix-button
gloves is three dollars and a quarter in
New York-say four dollars in Charleston.
The Hon. M. P. O'Connor, who has been
urgently requested to take part ia the Lib?
eral canvass In the Eastern. States, left this
city yesterday evening, and will probably
speak in both Boston and New York in the
course of next week. One thing is certain,
Mr. O'Connor will do the Greeley cause yeo?
man service wherever he may be.
The Columbia Carolinian wants to know
whether President Grant will help the Boil?
ers or stand by the Regular ticket.
-The Regalars say that they bave tele?
graphic advices from Washington, to the
effect that President Grant, as a matter or j
coarse, will stand by the Regular ticket
How is that for Reform ?
Ont of tho Whole Clot tn.
The Beaufort Republican hos the assur?
ance to say:
"Judge Melton assisted In the Blue Ridge
matter. The day before he was nominated,
he rendered his decision against the City of |
Charleston represented by corbin, In its en?
deavor to rescue the asBets of the road from
the grasp of the villains who bEive filched
-This is untrue. Judge Melton has not
yet rendered the decision in question; nor
is it probable that he will do so for some
time to come. The Republican is evidently
short d' ammunition.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sams of and over FI vs DOLLARS deposited
in this Bank, on or before the fifth day of each
dalendar Month, will bear Interest (Six Per Oent.)
'or that month as li deposited on the drst ta?
Deposits of One Dollar and upwards received
laity from o Ai M. to a P. M., and on SATURDAY
This Brancb ls under tbe management of the
roUowlng Local Finance Committee:
Lon IS ?. DBSAUSS?RE,
OLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELOHERS,
DB. A. B. ROSE, BBNJ. F. EVANS,
0. WCI.BERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
points in the State. D. RAVEN EL, JR.,
JJ M. WATERS 4 CO.,
(LATE WATERS, PIERCE 4 Co.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
No. 60 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Buy and sell contracts tar rutare Delivery of Cot?
ton, strictly for a commission, so that no inter?
est of our own can possibly conflict wita that or
Refer, by permission, to Union Nalloual Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. aogl8-lmo
Jg AN KING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS ? CO.,
No. 82 WALL STREET, N. T.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel
ors, also Commercial Credits issued, available
.hroughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial IBank of Lon
lon, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank
>r Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Tranarers of Money on Europe, San
francisco and tbe West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in ? 1th er Currency or
"oin, subject to check at sight, which pass
brough the Clearing Douse as ir drawn upon any
:lty bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Jertirlcates of Deposit issued bearing interest at
lurrent rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old Broad street, London.
jp HR MSW IMF B OT BD
WHEELER A WILSON
SE ff INO MACHINE.
TUE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
in Teti Dollar monthly payments.
Adj;.sting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER * WILSON ??NUF'O CO.,
aws-m_No. aoi> King street.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. ATOHr/MBNT STREET, BALTIMORE
Ste H0N ^RoPEAN PLAN.-Tola favorite es
,ao latnnept, situated m one or the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest around, and
jonsequently well adapted for a Snmiuer Resort
seing comparatively cool in mldsnmmer, mair
alflclontly Tarnished with baths and other con
leniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tour of pleasure
tho coming season. Tbe cars run within a square
jr the house. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WES'COOrT. Proprietor. _jun8-4rarwt
iDatxi)tft JmtiTDf Ut.
Jg A L L , BLAC K ? C0?7~~
NOS. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will continue the sale ol their lmmunse stock or
taring the summer months. All goods will be
sold without reserve, at a great reduction, to
jlase the business. jnnio
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO*
SEA TLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATH
.Bf J. L. LUNSFORD,
ISM smith Street, norm of Wentworth.
OW REWS: ? ' K l li A X ?. ?JCirj.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., TREASURY OFFICE, SEP?
TEMBER 4, 1872.-By Ordinance the time for pay?
ing the THIRD INSTALMENT and all Arrears of
Taxes for this year will end on the X6th inst., and
upon all Taxes due and unpaid on that day a
penalty of FIFTEEN PER CENT, is, by Or Jin ance,
denounced. P. j. cooa AN,
sepl-WfmS City Treasurer.
JAMES ADDER, from Kew Torte, are hereby no
titled that Bhe is discharging cargo st Ad
ger's South WharL All Goods unoallel for at
sunset will remain on wharf at owners' rifik.
JAMES ADGER A 00., Agents.
PHON1X INSURANCE COMPANY
OF DARTFORD.-we beg leave to Inform the In?
suring pnbllc that we have received the appoint?
ment of Agenta of the above named first-class
Company, giving ns, in addition to our present J
Capital, immense faculties for taking Rinks on j
Cotton, Merchandise, Buildings and Dwellings at
fair rates. E. SE BRING A CO.,
sep5 No. 14 Broad street.
?kT- DR TUTT'S LIVER FILLS IN
VIGORATES the debilitated organs; bnllds np the
flagging nervous energies, and imparts vigor to
body and mind. sepfr-s
P*~ O N MARRIAGE.-**
Happy relief for Yoong Men from the effects
of Errors and Abases in early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility oared. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat*
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Book*
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. t South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa. ootlt
CONSTIPATION.- B US I N E SS
men, worn down by .care'and sedentary habits,
often suffer from constipation of the bowels, nntu
the evil consequences; of snch a condition are re?
alized in extreme debility, nervousness ana pros?
tration of the vital energies of the system, and lt
maybesafe'y asserted that a majority of the
female sex are little better than Invalids, from the
same cause; bot by simply using SIMMONS'
HEPATIC COMPOUND vigor and buoyancy of 1
health are renewed. Already prepared for Im?
mediate use In large bottles. For sale by
DO Wi E, MOISE A DAVIS,
seps-fmw3 Wholesale Agents.
Drugs at tUbalesale.
g D?TER B ITTERS
The best Tonic, Invlgorant and most delightful
Appetizer, Improved by the addition of a new
foreign Aromatic Herb and pure Rye Whiskey,
made expressly for these Bitters.
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE,
EX HILARATTNO TO THE BODY,
And is the most popular Bitters now before the
public. Try lt and be convinced.
^OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the cure of Hepatitis, or liver Complaint,
Dyspesfa and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic
and An tl-Bilious Pill have no superior.
jy?OISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the juice or fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
?J^?0ISE'8 WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, In all cases, lt ls really a specific, and in
the best and most palatable form to give
?... MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IN USE.
A barrel of Floor makes forty pounds more of
Bread With MOISE'S YEAST POWDER.
Used in aU the principal Hotels, Boarding
?ouse?, and many families in thu city.
jy^OISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW
DERS ARE THE BEST IN CSE.
Prepared from thc purest material with great
care. If you desire to Improve and keep your
Stuck h eal.ny and In good order, use them.
Prepared from the best material. For sale by the
gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS Of all kinds, full
strength and flavor.vby the dosen or pound.
All (he above prepared and sold by
DOW IE, MOISE & DAVIS,
maysi-ftnsmos - Charleston, s.e.
rj\ T. ?~H?TT?f?Tr~ar oo77
DKJ.LBEfl AND DIBTILLHRS OW
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 1T8 EAST BAT,
OBABunroN, 8. a
The highest prices paid ror Crude.
Y T. DOWNEY,
fiep2-mwf3 BROWN'S WHARF.
jy^OSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Bides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds o
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig iron. mayao-mwriyr
QUAS. LIEBE NBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street,and comer Line
_ and Meeting streets.
.WHlghcst prices paid in Cash for Crude Turp?n
JJOWLES BROTHERS ? CO.,
LONDON, PARIS AND BOS TON
No. 19 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS ror Travellers, available
throughout the world. Bills of Exchange and
Telegraphic Transfers on any part of Europe in
soma io suit. may28?x
JJENEREY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed, Steel Blades and other parts furnished, by
SMITH A TALK,
augso-imo East end Hasel street, j
rLiiviDfirv o, no i ?M
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
CAPITA U $12,000,000.
THE PHONTX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased ttelr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by thc Agency of that strong and
reliable American Ompany, the PH CE MX, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies in tbe above named
Companies at as low rates as any other lint-class
Companies. ' E. SEBRING A CO.,
sept_No. 14 Broad street.
Elma*, Clijtmicaii, 0s.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under c atti never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of core,
including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, i alls of Schuylkill, Phlladel
?hia; the wife of Riv. J. B. Davis, Hiehtstown,
ew Jersey; Bev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. 9 Y. Creeley, member Con?
gress irom Philadelphia; Hon. Judge .Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-senator stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands ol
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
Dil. GEO. CACHER, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr_charleston, 3. C.
Q. J. LOHN,
IMPORTER OF FLNU CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING 8TBJ3ET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in stock jr my own Importation,
LOWSON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Car toi lc Acid,
_ Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carnlnatlve, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and ch lo rod y no.
TILDEN A CO.'S SO .ID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, sugar-coated
PIUS, Aa J .GENT FOB
FORD'S SCR?ICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOXNT ron SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing au New Remedies.
A fall assortment of Trusses and Bandages al
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night jan io wita ly
OLLIE B'S REMEDY
MAN AND BEAST.
This Llnament bai gained a lasting reputation
where lt has been used In most cases which re?
quire an external remedy, such as Rheumatism,
Soreness and Swelling or the Breast, Pain and
Weakness In the Bank and Joints, Sprains,
Bruises, Cramps, Numbness, Frozen Limbs, Bites
of Insects, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled Neck, Paralysis, wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites of Reptiles, Headache, White swellings,
Poison, Burns, all Swellings, Salt Rheum, Corns,
Warts, Sore Eyes, Run Rounds, Ac, AC.
It is warranted to cnre Lameness, Spavin, Big
Head, Big Jaw, Founder, Sprains or the Shoulder,
Leg, Back, sinews, Fetlock. Si irle Joint and Hock
Joint, Splints, Wine Calls, Ringbone, Mriug Halt,
Swelled Legs, Oracled Heels, Thrush, Poll Evil,
Saddle Galls, Old Sorta, strains or the Round
Bone and other Jol ats, Enlargement of the Baca
Joint, and all Disetses of Horses which are caus?
ed by Inflammation of the M?seles.
CHAULES TON, S. C., Jane 17, 1872.
Messrs, Dowrx, Mo SB A DAVIS :
Gentlemen-l bare used a number of bottles of
your Collier's Kernt dy for Horses, and from my
exp?rience believe it to be the best Liniment
ever offered to tho public I have hod for the
past eleven yeare a stubborn case of salt Rheum
or Tetter OD my hoad and arm, which has been
treated by the most skilled Physicians or Georgia
and South carolina wlthoHt success. Two bottles
or Conor's Remedy bas effectually cured me.
Proprietor Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeting street,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
Lo JisVILLE, KT., May i860.
ISA ic COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow C. ti., Barren
I take great pleasure In recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost Indispensable article, and
very valuable to ali who own or have charge of
stock, li ls the bent I have ever used for sprains,
Sores, or Galls OD Horses. Some of the men con?
nected with tne Ocmpany have used lt for severe
B?ros an tl Sores ai well as Rheumatic Pains, and
for Bruises, Ac, and all say it aots like magic. In
Scratches on Horses lt ls invaluable. We use no
other Liniment, J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOS, of York county, s. c., writes us,
ender dato of October, I860, as foliowa : "Hy
horse was considered worthie s, (his case was
Spavin) but since the free use of your Collier's
Remedy I have sold him for $160. Your remedy
ia doing wonders up here on man and beast.
DIAMOND HILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. C., ]
Jane 7, 1870. j
Messrs. HOWIE, MorSB ic DAVIS, Charleston, S. C. :
Gentlemen- The box of drugs ordered on Slat
May not arrived yet. We are anxiously awaiting
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty calls for lt in the last twenty days.
It ls decidedly the best medicine that ever was
compounded ror what lt professes to do, lt bas
been used In thia vicinity fur Rheuma'lam, and
has proved more effectual than anything el-e.
Dr. G. F. S- cared himself of a baa case of
Rheumatism by the use of two bottles. He has
been laid up over three months. Be is mow able to
firactlce again. Many certificates can be procured
a this vicinity, and we write this from a sense or
doty to you. KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE fit DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, s. C.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. B. WARNER A CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send lor Price Liar to Dr. H. DAER, charleston:
Bron and lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence LOBS of
Nerve Power, kc
Elixir cinch?n ia Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate or Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Forrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Yalerlanate or Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bluer Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Ohorry
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup Of H y pop he sptil tes (for Consumption, Bron?
Beef, Wine, Iron end Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, oo ta tn lng Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum comp. Thin ls a HOW and valu?
able combination of ibo medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, WUd Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It IB a very
agreeable anti efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls userai ss a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine
Elixir Gentian and juron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium,
syrup Phosph. Qu nine, Iron and Strychnia. (Ait
ten's syrup) l'or Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
BUT. Yalerlanate of Strychnia
pur, phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (of the
test service where there ls a tendency to
Beer Wine and iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
delicate lad let.
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Cc
manufacture a full line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pilli L all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Piicea, ol
pa. H. BABB, No. 181 Meeting street,
jnoaaWawimw i Charleston, 8. 0.
Io. o. p.-MARION LODGE, NO. 2
. The Retutar Weekly Meeting of this Lodge
will be held THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock at Odd
Fellow's Hall. The Arrear List will be read for
the third time, and action taken thereon,
sepe-l* ROBT. C. STARR, Secretary.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regalar Monthly
Meeting of yonr company, at yonr HaU,:THiS
iFr'day) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order. GEO. A. CALDER,
.sepa _ .Secretary..
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon ere hereby summoned to attend
a Regular Monthly Meeting of your Company, at
your Hall, THIS (Filday) EVENING, ethInstant, at
By order. ARTHUR M. COHEN,
seps Secretary E. 8. F. E. co.
WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN AND
wife or two single gentlemen can obtain
b.ard In a private family and pleasant location,
by addressing Key Box No. 481. sepfl-I*
WANTED, A SERVANT TO COOK FOR
a small family at No. 12 Gadsden street,
two doors north or Wentworth street. sep6-2* :
WANTED, A COLORED "WOMAN
without lucumbrances to cook and do the
housework for a small family. The best recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 87 Went?
worth street. sep2
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BI A RE?
SPECTABLE Mechanic of uteady habits as
-limier. He wishes a steady place; has no ob?
jection to go in the country. Address E. H., at
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Hall in some central locality, -suitable
for a Social club ana Rifle Corps. Address,'with
full particulars, R. c., at this office. ang20
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO EN?
GAGE by the lac of October next, an AS?
SISTANT to Teach English Branches In ola School.
Address Principal, Key Box 482, Charleston,
WANTED A SITUATION BY A STEA?
DY and reliable business man, a native of
tins State and reslueut of this city fur twenty-five
years, who can furnish the best references. Ad?
dress "Williams," NEWS Office, for ten days.
ATEACHER 18 WANTED TO TAKE
charge of the Male Academy of the Camuen
Ut [inan society, to open not later than the 1st of
Octooer next. The behool building ls now under?
going full repair. Applicants are requested to
common mate with JOu.\ M. UESAUSSUKE, Presi?
dent, Camden. 8. c._aug20-mwfi8
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher "in some
Subllo institution, or as private tutor In a family,
o objections to going into the country, can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches ot a good ?ducation. Salary of not so
gTeat conslde ration as pleasant association. Ad*
dross c. D. V., it the omoe of this paper,
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY issues Joint
Lite Policies, insuring the lives of partners in
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for is paid to the surviving party.
lt also insures husband and wife on tho aune
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
MULES.-A CAR LOAD OF DRAY
and Timber cart MULES arrived tbU day
ut K. OAKMAN'a Stable, No. 85 Church street.
HORSES.-TEN SADDLE AND HAR*
NBsS HORDES Jost arrived-at R. UAR
MAM'S stables, No. 86 Caarcn street, and for
sale on time. _ sep6-8*
FOR SALE, A FINE SADDLE HORSE,
easy rider, well broken, perfectly gentle; ls
auto a good bu^gy Horse, win be solo cueap if
appllea for immediately. Apply at No. 40 Warren
! street._ aeps-2*>
FOR SALE, TWO HUNDRED BUSH?
ELS Of Pope's Une CuTTON SE KD, rahed
ou my James Island Plantation. The Bald cot?
ton has boen mauuied to every acre, nfteen bush?
els of Cotton seed, two hundred pounds boue
dmr, forty cart loads of salt, and one hundred
pounds of Eli wau Guano, which has greatly Im?
proved the Cotton la its value. Partied wishing
io purchase the same will address C?ptala G. F.
uAbt.M'chT, No? 8 South Bay. Prloj $8 per
MOLES, HORSES AND PONIES, JOST I
arrived at R. 0ARMAN'S Stable, No. 86
cuuich street, near Broad, and for sale on lime.
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJKN, sou of the late Henry
uijen, for Seventy-hve Dol?ais. Will be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S.. aug27
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
auu at thc shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSFURD, smith street, moth of Wentworth.
_ ?a lum.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE ROOM,
with dressing-room attached, suitable for
bingie gentleman as a sleepiug-room, at Ho.?
beaufaln street, near Klug._ sepS-2*
mo RENT, THREE COMFORTABLE
_L Rooms, with a large piazza and kitchen
Room ; water ou the lot. appiy at No. 20 Hasel
strt et. sep6-8*
TO RENT, ELEGANT AND, SPACWUS
Apartments, centrally located, suitable for
a lainlly or a private dab. Apply at Na lol
mo RENT, A SMALL HOUSE OF .
X rooms, newly fitted up, with kitchen and
outher outbuildings. Water on the premise*.
Apply at No. 126 Kmg street._sepfi-3*
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
cumer King and Liberty streets, with or I
without back store, suitablo for any kind of|
business. Will be reated from 1st of september.
For particulars apply ac Store. augs-1 mo
riOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
\X Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Furnished or unfurnished Kooms
THE FIRM OF WM. M LAWTON Sc
SONS was dissolved on the 1st of August by
the withdrawal or Mr. WIN BORN LAWTON.
The KACIORAUHl AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will be conducted by WM. M. LAWTON and
PHILIP T. LAWTON, ns
WM. M. LAWTON A SON,
sep2mwf3?_Nu. l Boyce's Wharf.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated willi me In business Mr.
JuHN H. PETERMANN, of i his city, to continue
the Aucilou, comuilaslou and General Prince
Business, under tho Arm name of''RIECKH *
PETERMANN.? GEBHARD RIECHE.
Jtoint Stock Compatis.
U TUE CUA11LKSTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
OLASS No. 133-THURSDAY MORNING. Sept. 6.
CLASS NO. 131-TnOHSDAT EVENING, Sept. 6.
68-36-66- 5-71-47-19-12-37-56-72- 9
seps A. MCKOSO, Sworn Commissioner.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-BEAU-1
FORT COUNTY.-In the Common Pleas.
Ei.lZA REED. Plaintiff, against AMANDA STO?
NEY, 8. REED STONEY, JAMES M. STONEY,
HOWARD STONEY, GEORGE W. isTONRY, 0.
LOUIS STONEY, MAG STONEY, ANNIE STONEY,
JULIA STONEY, SARAH J. STONEY, as heirs-at
law.of JAMES STONEY, deceased, and SAMUEL
P. REED, as mortgage defendants.-Summons in
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage of Real Es?
tate.-To the Defendants, JaMEs M. STONEY,
EDWARD STONEY. QEORGE W. STONEY, and
SAMUEL P. REED: You are summoned to answer
the complaint In this action, which will be filed
with the Clerk of the court of Common Pleas-, for
the County aforesaid, at Beaufort, and to serve I
a copy of yonr answer upon us. at the office of
Messrs. BELLA BARNWELL, at Grahamville, in
the County and state aforesaid, within twenty
days aftfir ihe sen Ice hereof, exclusive of the day
or servir e; and If you fall to do so, the plalmlrr |
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in
the complaint. POrE A HASKELL,
BELL A BARNWELL,
aug30 f0_Plaintiff's Attoruers.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER.
INO at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Instil ute,
Troy, N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed ia this country. Graduates
obtain excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annnal Register, containing improved
course of Study and full particulars, address
Prof. OHAS. DROWNE, Director. augio-lmo
H UNNY CLOTH AND DUNDEE BAO
UT SI JttWS
A lot of the above at niederste prices. I
Apply to GEORGE A. TREN HOLM & SON.
JOHN S. D?NHAX.?.
TE AST POWDER, rX&ffi
?or pnrltj and strength, ls unequalled. AU house- 9
weepers who nae lt once will have ncr o tins'. AIE
ronr Grocer for lt, (ind tale no other. Wholesale
?JJ ? ' * '' ' OTO) P. WEITE?S.
29-mwr-smo . ; .i.ufp.
Q.EO, W. WILLIAMS 4 0O?
?FPEB POE SALE? . LOW? FOB ?CJBH,'-TJBPAP
PROVED EAPER: . ? 2?* *
1,000 rolls Heavy Domestic BABGOTCP 3
100 bales Ganny Bagging.. s ???t??K?dt
10,000 bandies cotton Ties
600 Dags Bio Java and I^guay ra Coffee
400 bbls. Beaned Sugars -__?
60 hhds. Demerara and Porto Rico Bogara
200 hhds. Reboiled Molasses
1,000 kegs Nails-assorted sizes
600 boxes Adamantine Candles
1,000 sacies Salt
loo hhds. c. H. and Dry Salt Bacon
loo bbls. Lear Lard
600 bbls. flour-Family, Extra and Soper
Orange Rifle Powder, Shot, Lead, starch,
_Soaps, Ac. jniyso-taf anoa,
QBOCEBTES 11 .. . ;
GROCERIES 1 ll
vre are now receiving our lau and winter stock
Of - -i -- "'. --.
comprising a foil assortment or
TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GEOG EBIE S.
Families in the country wu! and lt to their in
terestto entrust orders to our care. Having
made a specif Qty of "PARTICULAR ATTK?T?0?
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," we no w have the larg?
est country trade of any retail dealer In the city.
:., .. . . ?.. . .': tjrV.*0**#^0*fe;
... ; , -... .. ;. ?f?.iW
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
?; .": ..- ? l. ^u.?z'~:*v\ti:-.~.
WE MASS NO CHARGE FOB DELIV3B- ? J|
LNG GOODS. W".;.:;' : 'A
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEB?BY ,
MAKING IT TO YOUS INTEREST TO PAT
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY.
. j i .' :..'<.*?..**? ?'?
, - T ?.: - ' :;iwfe
WE MALL SAMPLES OF TEA TO AN?
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND Gr?^U.B;A [
WILSONS' G R O C EVY
Box No. SSS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
MEAT J Ul OK.
Just received, a large supply of the abc ve. Each
bottle contains four pounds or the best Beer, ex- '
elusive ol fat; can be used with cold or wann
water; also can be taken with Oodirver OIL and
destroys tbe taste of the OD. '"
Toe only food for delicate children.
mis ls mach superior to the "Extractor Beef,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be found
apon trlaL Foi: sale by.Dr. H. BABB,
JunT No, 131 Meeting street.
Near Warren ton, Fae q aler co., Va. Session opens
September 12th, 1872. .
BOARD AND TUITION $87 60
per session of Ave months. No Extras. For Cara-:
logues, Ac. addresss A. G. SMITH. WM. W.
SMITH, A. M., J. B. SMITH, Principals, Warrenton,
Va., or Colonel 0. E. LIGHTFOOT, late PrinclDai
Fa. Blgh School, Oolpeper 0. H., Va.
angie-ftnwlmo -. , ? ;.
rvUE WEST FEMALE COLLEQ&-Z
IJ Send us your daughters. . ," ... '
Tbe next session opens October 7. Onirine"
rery best TeaoherB employed. .
Boarding, inclndmg Washing and Fuel, and'
runion, one year, $18460. over ^??SmSm
Pupll? are present annually. The President vrtrT
De ac the Nickersoa Hou&e, Coiumou, PHXDAT
SIGHT, the 4th of October, and Will take charge
Df Papua on the Greenville and Columtfla Ball
road SATURDAY, the 6th.
send tor a catalogue ? j. L BONNER,
WP* to_- ; - - President*
I KEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
2D DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
Miss MABY .ANN BUTE, confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that she will
open a Select Flnishlag school. In Alien, second
to none lo the country. Everything taught~ln
any institute Solid or Ornamental, win be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and Instru?
mental Music. Drawing, Painting, Wax,-Frenen;'
Berman and Spanish. Latin and Mmlc, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. BULB,
j^JRS. JOHN V. B. BLEECKER'S ~
ERLNCH AND ENGLISH HOME SCHOOL FOB
No. 44 WEST FIFTT-FOUKTH STEXXT,
CENTRAL PARK, N.T.,
WILL BXOFXH SKPTXICBIB 24,1872.
Miss PEGRAM, from Richmond, Va, ls asso?
ciated with Mn. BLEEOKER, ?nd has charge ot
the higher English branches._aaglft-lmo
?jyjRs; SYLVANUS BEED-S
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNO
Nos. a AND 8 EAST FUTT-THIKJ) STBUT, :.
[Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty-Eighth Street.)
Bandings erected for the parp?se The Ninth
rear will commence October l, 1872. Mrs. REED ?
rill be at home september 1; until then her ad-.
Irena ls Navena k, S? Y, ?0011-100 1