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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872.
HEWS OF taS DAY.
-Baron Alphonse de Rothschild has been
appointed an officer of the Legion of Honor.
-Some of the vineyard proprietors in Cali?
fornia believe that raisins can be made from
the native grapes equal to those imported.
-President Thiers ls said to be employing
his leisure by sketching out a new constitu?
tion lor France.
-Busala is encouraging the cultivation of
cotton In her Turklstan possessions, by ex?
empting irom the land tax all cotton planta?
-Among the patent contrivances designed
to atop runaway horses is a pair ol blinders,
by which thc driver, on pulling a oord, In?
stantly and effectually blindfolds the anitr 1.
-It is reported that Nathalie Dosne, a
niece of President Thiers, will be married
to John Stuyvesant Kruger, of New York
-A servant girl in Minneapolis was recently
badly burned by kerosene, and her employer
charged ber for the oil she spilled and the
Sour, ?c., used to ease her sufferings. He
then turned her adrift, and she died.
-At Tronvllle, one of the most fashionable
of French sea-side resorts, it ls usual to pro?
vide warm foot baths for the bathers when
the} leave the water. This ls said to prevent
the headache, from which many persons Buf?
fet after bathing in the sea.
-Suits tor breach of promise of marriage
are becoming very numerous in England, BO
mach so that It wonld almost appear that
there are-yoong women quite equal to laying
traps for unwary bachelors in the hope of ob?
taining heavy damages from the courts.
-Dr. Louis B?chner, of Darmstadt, Ger?
many, author of "Force and Matter," which ls
translated Into nearly every language ol Eu?
rope, will arrive at New York City in the
course ot the present month. He intends to
begin a series of lectures ?orne lime in Novem?
-The horses attached to a steam Are en?
gine In. Albany, N. Y., becoming Irightened
while being driven to a fire, recently, ran
~ with the machine to the dock, and leaped In
where the water was twelve feet deep. The
driver swam ashore, but the horses, valued
at twelve hundred dollars, were held down by
the weight of tbe engine and drowned.
-An experiment was tried recently In
Paris to nae an ostrich in place of a horse for J
drawing a carriage. A large ostrich, from
the Aocamatlzatlan Society, was harnessed to
a light carriage and guided by long reins by
ita trainer. The bird is said to bave been
very tractable and to have passed every ve
niola on tbe road.
-Professor Tyndall ba/, engaged passage for
New York, anffmay be expected in October.
He ls to remain in this country six or seven
months, lecturing in the principal cities, six
lectores and a two-weeks' stay being prom
ised for the metropolis. Professor Henry, of
the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, will
entertain the distinguished guest during his
-The French are now experimenting with
the Prussian powder, which differs from that
used by any other nation at present. It is
made of a given quantity of saltpetre or
nitrate of potash mixed with sawdust which
has been thoroughly dried lo an oven. When?
ever a rapid combustion and a spontaneous
explosion are needed, the mixture ls moisten?
ed" with water charged with sulphuric acid,
after which lt ls again thoroughly dried. The
propelling force ls said to be astonishing.
-It is proposed in Chicago, to use iron
plates thickly covered with porcelain enamel,
for street signs. The names ot the streets
are in enamelled letters, ol a color differing
from the plate, as white letters on a black
background. These signs, lt is proposed,
shall be attached to the corner house of every
street and Intersection. The advantage claim
ed for these signs, Is that neither dust or
moisture can obscure the names, and the
jlates are almost Indestructible. They are ex
tenslvely used In European cities.
-The Prussian railways in 1870 paid ou an
average a dividend of 8.13 per cent, on the
employed capital. The dividends varied ac?
cording to the Importance ol the lines. Thus,
out of forty-six lines, the Upper Silesian line
paid 18 per cent., seven other lines paid 10
per cent, only twelve lines paid under 5 per
cent. On March 1, 1872, there were 7969
English miles of railroad in operation in Prus?
sia, against 7331 miles In operation in March
1,1871. The average monthly Income per
English mile In March, 1872, was $1905,
against $105Gln 1870 and $1009 in 1SG9.
-The Emperor of Germany recently sent
the decoration of the Iron Cross to a French
man, who had Jumped into the Moselle and
rescued a German soldier from drowning
The Frenchman returned the cross, respect
lully regretting hlB inability to accept any
mark of distinction from the German Emper?
or. He claimed, however, In exchange, the 1
liberation of the last French prisoner, who ls 1
still detained In a Prussian prison. "Your 1
Majesty owes me," he wrote, "a mao, lor I <
have given one to you, and I claim the pay- I
-Aman in Johnson County, Ga., while rid
lag in an unfrequented section, was thrown
from bis horse, paralyzing his arms and one
leg. Although perfectly conscious, he could
not move, and remained in that situation I !
thirty-six hours. When he was discovered he
was found to be in a most pitiable condition
His face was blistered by the rays of the sun,' 1
his hands lacerated and Bwollen from the 1
biting of Insects, while his ears were filled f
with bugs from which he could not protect G
himself. He says cattle bellowed and pawed
the gound around him, while the buzzards
perched upon the trees near by, walting, as lt
appeared, lor life to become extinct before
commencing their work.
-Garibaldi har written a letter from Capre- n
ra, stating the terms upon which he will sup- n
port the present ministry. He demands the 1
^oppressing ot the article which declares the C
Catholic religion to be that of the B??^TW. U
article J? said to be one of mere form, as lt a
bas not In any way as yet Interfered with the
amplest liberty of conscience in Italy, and
clerical journalB are continually complaining
of the moral infringement of this same article
by the government, which shows that its ex?
istence Las not been detrimental to the in?
terests of perBons preferring other forms of
religion ti? the Catholic. The next require?
ment of Garibaldi la that the government sup?
press the religious corporations in the City
and Province of Rome, as well a3 In the rest
of Italy. Obligatory lay instructions ls also
part of his basis of reconciliation. In conclu?
sion, he demands the abolition of various
taxes, those on flour and salt, and the octroi
duties among the number. It la probable
that the ministry will not think hts support
worth the price asked for lt.
-A Paris paper tells the following story:
A Breton peasant, on his way to Paris, stopped
at a barber-shop in Rambonlblet. While the
barber was strapping hi? razor, the peasant
noticed a dog sitting near his chair, and star?
ing at him fiercely. "What ls the matter with
that dog ?" The barber answered with an un?
concerned air, "That dog ls always there.
You see when I cut off an ear-" "Well ?"
"Well, he eats lt."_
A Game In which the Whites Take no
The position of the Radical factions who
light tor tbe mastery io South Carolinais
thoroughly understood; and, taking tbe(
declarations of the State preBS as an uner?
ring indication of the course of public
opinion, it may be looked upon as settled
that the Conservatives will have nothing to
do with either of the tickets now in the held.
Where the character ol the candidates for j
the Legislature, or for county offices, can
be improved by makitig a local alliance
with the Moses or Tomlinson party, this
will doubtless be done. The people will
not be fastidious wherever any decided ad?
vantage can be gained ; they will not vote
for the "scalawag" ticket, or the "carpot
<bag" ticket, unless it is to their immediate
and positive advantage to do so.
The Conservative citizens of Sooth Caro?
lina are sincerely desirons of obtaining a
capable and thrifty Legislature, and a set
of trustworthy State officers. In order that
party wrangling might not give the Radical
majority an excuse for indefinitely postpon-1
i og their promised reforms, no Conserva?
tive State ticket was nominated. The reg?
ular Republicans mot and nominated F. J.
Moses; the Bolters nominated Reuben Tom?
linson. Both factions promise a reduction
cf expenses, a lowering ef taxation, a re?
jection of tbe unlawful debt. They are j
swift to promise, and the Regulars promise |
more than the Bolters. What likelihood is
there that the pledges of either faction will
be fulfilled in good faith ? Mr. Tomlinson
is supposed to be a better man than Mr.
Moses, bnt the people repose no confidence
in the men who surround him and who are <
the real leaders of the movement The Bol?
ters could have nominated a ticket worthy
of general Bupport; they did not do it. Upon
all sides it is agreed that the Tomlinson
faction are far more interested in saving the
beads of the Federal otnoials in this State
than in reforming its government This is
the only interpretation which .can be put
opon their taunting warning that, if the
Conservatives should nominate a State
ticket tho virtuous Bol tr would rotura to |
the fold, and let the Conservatives bear the |
blame of all the evils which might befall the J
people. The Moses faction are equally un. j (
worthy of confidence. There is, however, I (
the faint hope that the few upright men who I j
publicly snpport the ticket will, for their own
sake, compel Mr. Moses, If elected, to walk j t
steadily in the path of personal and official | c
There is another consideration which the
people have not overlooked. The Moses
ticket if successful, will be elected without
the help of the conservative vote; the Tom- !
linson ticket cannot be successful unless it ^
receives the votes and the active support of j
the large majority or the conservative people j
of the State. In the one case the Conserva- ?
ti ves incur no public responsibility; in the
other case they, with their eyes open, shoul- \
der the responsibility for whatever manner t
of government the Tomlinson party may fast- <
an npon the State. These last have said 1
again and again that they do not mean to [
conciliate the whites; yet in the same breath
.hey threaten to lay the blame on the whites
f their ticket is not elected. Doubtless they
will do so. It is the fasbiou in South Caro?
lina to lay the blame of every fraud and every ?
failure upon the backs of the Co nservative '
Democracy. We are not yet fallen so low ?
that we will kiss the rod that smites ns.
Look at the character of the leaders of the
Bolting movement I There is nothing in the
lives or record or Orr, or Bowen, or Corbin,
or Merrill, or Whipper, orTsml'mson himseir,
which entitles any or them to our confidence ; i
still less are they the men whom we, of our 1
own free will, would place at the head of the
government of the State. This is what
the Conservatives would do if they were to
support the Tomlinson ticket They would
place the State in the hands of men who
have no thought or feeling in common with
us; who are selfishly considering their own
interest in all that they do. They would give |
the State to men over whom, as they tell us |
in advance, the very voters who elected them
would have and ohculd have no earthly con?
trol. This game of " Heads I win, Tails you
lose," will do very well for Corbin A Co., but
it will not dupe the conservative citizens of |
The public mind is made np. Neither of |
.he two tickets ts worthy of Conservative ?
lupport. The Conservatives will maintain a i
nasterly inactivity; except when a vote for 11
Hoses or Tomlinson will help to give the
counties a stronger county ticket and a |1
>etter delegation to the Legislature of the
A Burning Shanie.
No one can read tho letter of Dr. Ensor,
he superintendent of the State Lunatic Asy
nm, without being profoundly touched The I 8
)eople are taxed to death ; yet there are no | 8
unds in the treasury, and a host of help
ess lunatics depend on public benevolence
or their support. In his letter of September
i, Dr. Ensor says: "Wo have now but ono j p
' (lay's supplies on band, and unless relief
'is aflorded, to-morrow will lind four hun
'dred human beings In this Asylum sutier
.ing for something to eat." For many
lonths the Asylum has been kept up by the
ierchant8 of Columbia, who must wait for
heir money until the next taxes come in.
lannot and will not Charleston do her part
a relieving the distressed inmates of the
tate Lunatic Asylum ? j C(
The State Printing.
Mr. Josephus Woodruff, the Clerk of the
SeDate, calls attention to the fact that the
recent decision o? Judge Willard has the
effect of preventing a meritorious class of
public creditors from obtaining payment of
their claims. With the pay certificates and
Blue Ridge scrip we have nothing to do, but
it is unjust in the extreme that the news?
papers should be choused ont of their money
because some other set of persons are sup?
posed to have swindled the State. Under
an act of the General Assembly the clerics of
the two houses made contracts with the
newspapers to print, as advertisements, the
laws passed at the sessions of 1870-71 and
1871-72. We believe that the prices charg?
ed are less than those which the public are
required to pay. The work was faithfully
performed, and the newspapers are entitled
to their money. There are rumors in circu- j
dation that, here and there, a newspaper |
bas tacked on a heavy premium as compen?
sation for its long waiting. Nothing of this
sort will be allowed to pass. It must be
shown that the contract was fairly made at
a just rate, and that the price charged is
only what the contract allows. This being I
established, the newspapers should get their |
money. It is a curious instance of journal?
istic modesty that the press of the State |
should so patiently submit to the procrasti?
nation of the executive officials, and the
pranks of the courts. This is business, not
politics. _ _
The Maine Election.
The election which took place yesterday
in Maine was for Governor, Legislature and
members of Congress.
This year the Grant candidate for Govern?
or is Sidney Perham, present Incumbent,
who was elected last year by a majority of
10,631, again of 1,125over the majority of
the previous year. The Liberal candidate
is Charles P. Kimball, of Portland, who was
defeated last year. For more than a decade
Maine ha? given Republican majorities; those
of the past five years were as follows :
Rep. Dem. Tem. maj.
1848-Governor..75,834 55,431 . 24,402
1868- President. .70,420 42,396 . 28,038
1869- Governor..51,578 39,854 4,743 6,981
1870- Governor-54.040 44,534 . 9,506
1871- Governor-59,757 48,126 . 10,631
The congressional nominations this year,
so far as made, are as follows:
District. Republican. Liberal.
First... .John H. Burleigh. W. H. Clifford.
Second. .William P. Frye. Dr. A. Garcellor.
Third .. .JamesG. Blaine. T. 8. Lang.
Fourth... Samuel F. Hersey. Marcellus Emery.
Fifth .... Eugene Hale. F. A. Pike.
The Republican nominees as above are the
present incumbents, except in the first and
fourth districts, Mr. Lynch giving place in
tho first to Mr. Burleigh, and Mr. Peters giv?
ing way to Mr. Hersey in the fourth. The
Liberal nominees may be classified os one
moderate-Democrat (Clifford,) one Bourbon
(Emery,) and two Liberal Republicana (Pike
The election attracted very general atten?
tion; and it was evident that the administra?
tion made tremendous efforts to prevent their
majority from being reduced. To show
tho Liberal galas tbe comparison must he
nade with the vote of 1868, when tbe Re?
publicans had a majority of 20,104. It is
>nly at the State election immediately pre?
ceding the Presidential election that Maine
)olls a fall vote.
The latest returns up to the hour of going
o press will be found in our telegraphic
The New York Governorship.
Hon. Francis Kernan, who has been nomi
lated tor Governor by the Democrats ol New
fork, Is anromlnent lawyer of Utica. He was
K>rn in flBhbtn county, New York, January
L4,1816, and was educated at Georgetown Col?
ene, District of Columbia. He has^beeu Re
>orter of the New York Court of Appeals; bas
lerved several terms in the State Legislature;
vas a member of the Constitutional Conven
Ion of 1867, and a member ol the Thirty-eighth
/ongress. He has for soveral years taken a
soding part in New York'polIllC9, ou the De
nocratlc side. His Republican opponent for
iovernor is General John A. Dix.
The Cotton Crop of 1871-'7 4.
There came to hand yesterday the Financial j
md Commercial Chronicle of Saturday last
containing its full statement in reference to
he movements <-f the cotton crop of 1871-72.
The result of Its figures agrees precisely with
hat published in TUB NEWS of yesterday, viz:
1,974,351 bales as the lotal product of Ihe crop.
The total sent direct to manufacturers over
and as stated by the Chronicle having exclt
id considerable comment, the following glveB
he details ol the movemeut:
Receipts (or the year at St.
Carried North over the Illi?
nois Central Railroad. 22,646
Carried North over Spring
Held and Illinois Southeast
Carried North over Evansville
and Crawfordsvllle. 15,007
Carried North over Jefferson
villeand Indianapolis. 91,157
Carried North over Ohio and
Mississippi branch. 30,943
Shipped through Cincinnati. 69,020
Receipts at Cincinnati by the
Ohio River.. 62,105
Shipped pissed Cincinnati
without touching to milis
Total carried overland.342,186
deduct receipts overland at
New York and Boston.219,015
)educt shipments at New Or?
leans by railroad, which
were counted at New Or?
leans . 1,106-220,121
having the direct overland
In reference to consumption the Chronicle
ays that spinners opened the season well
locked with un excess of 80,000 bales over
he previous year, and close il according to
he best information in New York very bare
f stock, though the best authorities at Boston
?aim that Spinnern at present are well sup
lied, holding within 20,000 bales of Hie slock
flast year. The Chronicle says: We have
iken an average of these adverse opinions
nd give the stock at the mills at a decrease of |
0,000 bules from 1871 when it was, as staled
0,000 above the average. The consumption l?
ie North the latter part ol 1871 was very
irge, to the full capacity ol every spindle and
jme over hours. There has beeu considera?
te addition to the consumption in the South,
tough there are no exact returns, but after a
jrrespondence with the best Informed, the
ll IWJIIU . r( li: ?
average of opinions bas been adopted. The
following ls the consumption North and South:
Total crop of the United States.2,974,301
Stock on hand commencement of
year, September 1,1871.
. At Northern ports.55,765
At Southern pons.49,040-104,814
At Providence and North?
ern interior markets. 39,47a
Total supply during the year ending
September 1,1872 . 3,118,641
Of this supply there haB been
exported to foreign ports
during the year.1,957,314
Sent to Canada direct by rall
from the West. 3,500
Burnt North and South. 1,000
Now on hand Sept. 1, 1872:
At Northern ports.37.989
At Southen ports.. 16,532- 54,521
At Providence, &c. 4,766
Total taken by spinners In the United
StateB lor the year ending Septem?
ber 1, 1872. 1,097,540 |
ps* NOTICE.-HAVING BEEN AP?
POINTED one of the City Gangers, I can be found
at all times at No. 22 Vendue Range; and will
give prompt attention to any business that may
Offer. THOMAS B. OATER.
p&~ CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are hereby no
lided that she ls discharging cargo at Ad
ger's Sonth Wharf. AU Goods uncalled for at |
sunset will remain on wharr at owners' rial..
JAMES ADO ER A CO., Agents.
pB* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP |
OULF STREAM, from Philadelphia, are noti?
fied that shela discharging Cargo at Brown's
Wharf. AU goodii not removed by annset will
remain on wharf at consignees' risk and ex?
pense. All claims most be made on wharf be?
fore removal of goods.
seplO-l W. A. COURTENAY. Agent.
^ET-BALD HEADS MAY HAVE A NEW
I crop of hair by applying Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Renewer, if the hair follclea are not entirely
closed np. aep7-atnth3DAW
DR TUTT'S LIVER PILLS IN
VIQORATES the debilitated organs; bnUda up the
nagging nervous energies, and imparts vigor to
I body and mind. _sepfr-fl
? NEITHER FAILING TEETH, NOR
the peeping wrinkles of time, so forcibly tell of
advancing years, BB your gray hair. AVER'S
VIGOR restores Its color and makes yonr appear?
ance more agreeable to others, as well as yourself.
With fresh, luxuriant hair, the infirmities of age
are rar lees noticeable. sep7-stuth3D*w
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD.-We beg leave to Inform thc In?
suring public that we have received the appoint?
ment or Agents or the above named first-class
Company, giving us, In addition to onr present
Capital, immense facilities for taking Risks on
Cotton, Merchandise, Bntidlugs and Dwellings at
fair rates. E. SEBKlNO A CO.,
aep6 No. 14 Broad street.
jar- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
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fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No |
disappointment. No rid lemons tinte, or unpleas?
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Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Doee not Blain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, aott- *"?<t beautiful. The
only sale and perrect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory ia Bond street, New York.
?&- O N MARRIAGE.-**
Happy relier for Yonng Men from the effect*
of Errors and Abusea in early lire. Manhood re?
stored. Nervons debility cured. 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, Na 2 Sooth
Ninth street. Philadelphia, PA ootis
Sf CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER- NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOB
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bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair ita natural color and youthful appear
aoce, to orad (cate and prevent dan dm rr, to pro?
mote the growth of the hair and stop Its railing
out. ll ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from auy polsonoua substance, and will therefore
take thu place or all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In use. Numerous testimon?ala
have boen sent us from many or our most promi?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined, in
everything In which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL,DISCOVERY ls perrect.
lt ls warranted to con tain neither Sugar or Lead.
Sulphur or Nitrate or Sliver, lt does not soil the
clothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or the best dressings for the Hair in
use. lt restores the color of the Hair "moro per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,'
and always does so In from throo to ten days,
virtually feeding the roots or the Hair with all
the nourishingqoalltloa necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth or the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application ot
this wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. c.
For sale by the Agent, Da. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, 8. O.
Joint Stock (?ompourj.
TUE OUARLKSTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY lor thc beueflt or the Mate Orphan Asylum.
O La HS No. 139-MON OA Y MORNING, Sept. 9.
CLASS NO. 140-MONDAv KVKNINO, Sept. 9.
septo A. MOROso, sworn Commissioner.
P I RE INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OK LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OK HARTFORD, (JONSBCTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased tuclr INSUR?
ANCE radiales hy the Agency or that strong and
reliable American Company, the PH03MX, or
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants |
and properly OWQCIS Policies in the above named
Companies at ns low rates as any other flrst claaa
Companies. ?, SKBKING A CO.,
sep5 Ko. 14 Broad street.
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these snperlor Machines
)n Teu Dollar monthly paymeuts.
Adjusting an-J Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'U CO.,
aprs-iyr No. 209 King street.
B~TnST CHAPTER, ~N?. 1, BOSE CE?LX.
A Regular Communication of ibis Chapter
win be held at 11?. Bernard's Hall, Society
street, THIS EVENING, at 8 c'clock.
By order M. W. M. CHAS F. s AM M rs.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-A Regular Monthly Meeting of this
Mjclety will be held at Hibernian Ball, Tots
(Tnesday) EVENING, at half past 7 o'clock. A full
attendance U requested, ss business or Impor?
tance will be acted on. W. BAKER.
QUEEN CITY G L U B.-ATTEND
Monthly Meeting TH s EVBNINO, at half
iaac. 8 o'clock. - _ ""T",
By order. W. H. SWIFT,
gepiO _Secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTION, NATIONAL ZOUAVES.
A Meeting of your Organization will be held
THIS EVBNINO, at Pythian Ball, Society atreet, at
8 o'clock. A fall and prompt attendance ls re?
quested, as business of importance will be trans?
acted. By order or the Prudent,
gepio E. U. VOIGT, Secretary.
WANTED, A DRY GOODSj CLERK AT
No. 404 King street._seplO-l?
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
aervant, with proper recommendations.
Apply at this office._sepio-l
WANTED, A CAPTAIN TO TAKE
charge of a Sloop. Apply at No. 12 Gads?
den street, two doo? north of Wentworth street.
SERVANT WANTED-A GOOD COOK,
and willing tobe uaetul; with recommenda?
tions. Apply to No. 121 coming street, opposite
St Paul's church._septo-l
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
servant, to do the cooking and I ousework
for a small family in Su timer vi i le. Good refer?
ences required. Inquire corner King and John
?reeta, over Lnhn'a drag more._seplO
WANTED AT FURCHGOTT, BENE?
DICT ? CO., Fir? en Salesmen to take
charge of Dry and Fane 7 Goods stock. Also,
Three Sales-iadles. References required. None
but expei lenced bands ne ?d apply. FURCHGOTT,
B? NE Di CT A GO., No. 244 Klug street.
WANTED, TWENTY ABLE-BODIED
LABORERS, to woik In a Saw Mill and
about the yard on Peedee River. Steady em?
ployment and wages pa.a monthly. Apply on
board steamer Planter, ai Accommodation wharf,
this day, between 10 A. M. and l P.M.
WANTED, A COOK FOR A SMALL
family, to go so a JIU van's Island. White
preferred. Apply to No. 6 Sooth Atlantic Wharf.
ACLERGYMAN ^VELL KNOWN IN
this city, who bas received the usual Col?
lege Degrees, would eng ige to teach an hour or
tw..> daily In some privad! school in the city. An?
cient Languages or Mathematics preferred. Ad?
dress Key Box No. 198, Charleston, s. C.
WANTED T?~ RENT A SMALL
Rouse, pleasantly located; gas, cistern,
?0. Address "P," care DAILY NKWS, giving par
WANTED, A HO'JSE SERVANT AND J
Washerwoman. Apply at WM. C. BE IS
<fc CO.'S office._sepT-4*
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Hall In some (entrai locality, suitable
for a So"'al Ol ' ana Rille Corps. Address, with
full pe . J, R. C., al thia oillce._aug20
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A RE?
SPECTABLE Mee1 lanie of steady hat)ifs as
uni.e.r. He wishes a nteady place; has noob
I jectlon to go in thecoantry. Address E. H., at J
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
yoong man as Salesman or Assistant
Bookkeeper, in some Wholesale Business Estab?
lishment, neat references furuiahed it required.
Would like to accept of a steady situation alter ?
the 20th of this month. Address for ten days,
"Willie," Key Box 246._sep7-4*
AN OLD CHARLESTONIAN WISHES A I
situation to enable him to support hu fami?
ly. Is wining to act as Private Watchman or in
any other capacity. Very attentive to business,
and strictly temperate. Will study bis employ?
er's interest, uood reference given on applica?
tion at this oillce. Moderate salary expected.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of cooa character and com?
petency wishes a position aa Teacher in some
public institution, or at private tutor in a family.
No objections to gome into tho country. Can
teach Preach, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches of a good ede cation. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. D. v., it tho otlce of this paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted wita the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Issues J.. Int
Life Policies, Insuring the lives of partners In
business, BO that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for la [aid to the surviving party.
lt also Insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
Cost au?r -formo.
L?ST, A PAIR ]2YE"GLASSES, TOR?
TOISESHELL frame. A reward will be
paid if left at TUE NKWS 0 ill CO. scplO-1*
LOST, ON WEDl??ESDAY LAST, A LA
DT'S BREASTPIN, gold and Jet. The Und?
er will be rewarded by leaving lt at thia ornee.
LOST,. ON SATURDAY EVENING, IN
Broad street, a nat chased Gold Bracelet
wun the name "Harrys engraved in the inside.
The tinder win he suitably rewarded and receive
the timuka of the own ;r Dy leaving the same at
the outee of Tgl NBWS. _aepfl
STRAYED OR STOLEN.-A SUITABLE
reward will be paid for the recovery of a
Di?G, which has been missing since Thursday
last. He answers to the name of "Watch," and
la about eighteen inches high. Black, with white
neck and breast, ears cropped and tall lung. Ap?
ply io No. 20 Ashley street. sep3-tuths3
TO RENT, TW??^?1?^SO??^<)O1JS
on first floor, witt, piazza, floe clsterti; situa?
tion very central. Apply No. isa King atreet.
TO RENT, THAT FINE BRICK HOUSE
in Meeting stree;, next door to the Pavilion
Hotel. Tnatnew House lu Queen atreet, next to
the Catholic Chapel. Two small Houses tu
George street, near King. Also, a brick Store
and House la Middle 1 treet. Apply to Mrs. C. H.
BERNARD, Mo. 340 Kl ag atreet._seplO-1*
TO RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
STREET, next tu Singer Oillce, suitable for
Dry Goode or Boo is and ?shoes. Apply to Sluger
Sewing Maculae Coonany. augl6-thsiu
TO BENT, HOUSE No. 55 SMITH
STREET, with ten rooms, plazz*. and large
yard and garden. Rent $30 per month; also,
Suite of Four Rooms, next do r, $18. Apply to
O. W. CROUCH, No. bl Smith street.
TO RENT, ELEGANT AND SPACIOUS
Apartments, centrally locited, suitable for
aramllyor a private club. Apply at No. toi
Meeting street sep5-6?
vX Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Fnrnluhed or unfurnished Rooms
to rent. nug30
PLIOATION will no made for renewal or Cer?
tificate Olty j>ix Pe: Cent. Stock, No. 174, for
$10,170, issued October 27,1867. mauding in the
name ur lrustees atlrra'a Dispensary, the origi?
nal having been lost. jmyB-iamoa
Cot ion ?ms.
JTENERKY'd IMPROVED McCA RTH Y
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed, steel Blades and other parts furnished, by
SMITH A VAI.K,
nug3o-lmo East, end Basel street.
Sumir er Resorts.
MOUNT VEE,NON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MU., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situare.: in one or the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well aciapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, mag
niflclently rurnisbed with baths and other con?
veniences on every f.oor. is now open for the re?
ception of thuao contemplating a tour ofpleasute
the coming se ison. The cars run within a square
of the house. Coaches at all the stations.' E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4moa
?\ HECKS" ON. NEW YOBK,
. In Bums to Bult buyers.
LESES NE & WELLS,
sepio-e_ No. io Broad street.
J^EW YOBK. EXCHANGE
Bought and sold by ?
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK,
sep8-5_No. 3 Broad street.
jj M. WATERS & CO.,
* (LATE WATERS, PIERCE & Co.,)
h.' VKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
No. 68 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Buy and sell contracts for Future Delivery of Cot?
ton, strictly lor a commission, so tbat no Inter?
est of our own can possibly conflict wita that of
Refer, by permission, to Union Natioual Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. aogi3-lmo
lot of young HORSES, for saddle or draft, at
HOOK ADA Y's Stables, Columbus street.
MULES.-A CAR LOAD OF DRAY
and Timber Cart MOLES arrived this day
at B. OAK.MAN'S Stable, No. 86 Church street.
HORSES.-TEN SADDLE AND HAR?
NESS HORSES Jost arrived at R. OAK
MAN'S Stables, No. 86 Ohnrch Btnei, and for
sale on time. _sepg-3?
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, In fair
order. Price, $600. Also, a lot of SUAFT1NG,
Pu.leys, Ac, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK?
LEY A 00._ ang22thstu
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJEN, son of the late Henry
Oijen, for se ven ty-a ve Dollars. Will bu sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S._ang27
PLANTATION FOR SALE - GREAI'
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tee subscriber, being about to leave toe State,
orrers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," slinated in Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing oie acres.
The Une or the Port Royal Railroad Is in close
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular Baw
MU* or Dr. J. C. MiUer not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops or cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the onter edge ol the
body or Umber, and the locality is remarkably
The Umbered portion (710 acres) presents as
fine a body or virgin forest as the eye can meet
with In Uns State, var j lng from the smallest Blzed
cap timber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no liner opportunity has ever
been presented ol realizing a fortune, as they
nave the option or shipping to Savannah or Pert
Royal, either by water or rall.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Wliliston, so, ca.. In whose hands are the tillea.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August isl, 1872.
aepo-lmo B. N. MILLER.
<Eojiatinersl)ijiB ano Shoaointioni.
heretofore existing between the subscribers,
under thc name and Arm or B. F. BAKER A CO.,
and 0. E. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia, ls hereby
dissolved by mutual consent. Our senior partner
win slgu lo liquidation.
H. F. BAKER,
E. F. SWEEQAN,
C. E. BAKER.
Charleston, September 10, 1872.
NOTICE.-The undersigned will continue the
Coal, Ship Brokerage and Commlaslon Business
at the old established stnc', No. 20 Cumberland
street. H. F. BAKER,
September 10, 1872. Agent.
NOTICF-The undersigned has this day com
meuced the transaction or the Ship Brokerage,
Commission Mid Coal Business, and hopes, from
hN long experience and attention to business, to
merit and receive a share or public patronage,
unite fur thc present. Central Wharf.
E. F. S WE EG AN, A' "at.
September 10, 1872. oeptlO-3
THE MOST REMARKABLE BOOK OF
THE AGE I
"Is he a Son or Ham r la he a Descendant or
Adam and Eve ? Has he a Soul, or ls he a bean
In God's nomenclature ?"
FRI OE S BY MAIL:
. First part, paper, 30 cents; Second part, wltn a
reply to his reviewers, cloth, $110.
For sale by B. K. NEUFVILLE,
sep0-2D?o No. 107 East Bay.
Send us yonr daughters.
The next Session opens october 7. Only the
very best Teachers employed.
Boarding,- including Washing and Foe!, and
Tuition, Oue Year, $184 60. Over One Hundred
1'uplls are present annually. The President will
be at the Ntckeraou House, Columbia, FRIDAY
M (J HT. tne 4th of October, and will take charge
or Pupils on the Greenville and Colombia Rail?
road SATURDAY, the 6th.
&end xor a Catalogne. J. I. BONNKR,
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
2D DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
Miss MARY .ANN BUIE, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to inform her friends that she will
open a Select Finishing school In Aiken, second
to none In the country. Everything taught in
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and Instru?
mental Music, Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
German and Spanish. Latin and M?sle, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. B01E.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER?
ING at the Rensselaer Polytechnic institute,
Troy, N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed lo this coontry. Graduates
obialo excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annual Register, containing improved
course or Study and full particulars, address
Pror. CUAS. DROWNE, Director. augie imo
jyjr-Rs. JOHN V. B. BLEECKER'S
PKfclNOH AND ENGLISH HOME SCHOOL FOR
NO. 44 WB8T FIFTY-FOURTH STREET,
CENTRAL PARK, N. Y.,
WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 24, 1872.
Miss PEURAM, from Richmond, Va., ls asso?
ciated with Mrs. BLE ECK ER, and has charge ol
the higher English branches. augU-lmo
J^J-RS. SILVANUS REED'S
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Nos. 6 AND 8 EAST FIFTY-THIRD STREET,
(Formerly Park Avenue and Thirty .Eighth Street.)
Buildings erected lor the purpose. Tho Ninth
Year, will commence october 1,187a. Mrs. REED
will be at home September 1; until then her ad?
dress (s Na ves i uk, N. Y. augl4-lmo
UJatct)e$, Jeuici?D, ?rr.
JJALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. ?66 AND 607 BROADWAY,
will con.Inno thc sale ol their Immense stock or
during the sommer months. AU gooda will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, io
close the business. janlO
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISOOVERY.
DeBlog's Pile Remedy
Ut Bing's Via Fugae
Dr. Uorstord's Acid Phosphates
WIlber'B Oodllver Oil and Lime. i
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, j
C^B^?CE^lv?8TEEN C. B. SIDES?
. SHOULDERS, Ac j
34 hhdB Cholee Western wiBter Cored Clear Rib
SIDES AND SHOULDERS
16 Jihds Choice Western Winter Cured Dir Salt
Clear Rib sides
loo bbls Bee-Hive Syrup
50 bbls Good Grocery Sogar -
26 bags Good Rio Coffee
200 sacies Liverpool Salt (fall weight)
75 boxes E. Morgan * Son Soap
150 bbls Snper and Family Floor
40 boxes Tabacco, varions grades.
Landing; in store and for aaleby
LAURE'/, ALLX ANDER Se CO.,
fepio-mw2_ Ho. sa Eat Bay.
South Carolina Seed Rye.
Red Rust proof oats.
Carefully selected. .. .
For sale by JOHN O AMPS EN * OO.
JJAGGINGI BAGGING I BAGGING t
60 rolls Superior Heavy "Eureka" BAGGING.
To arrive and tor sale by
J. A. ENSLOW * CO.,
MPI?_ No. 141 East Bay.
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOB GASH, OR AP?
PROVED PAPER :
1,COO rolla Heavy Domestic BAGGING -
too bales Gunny Bagging
lO.ooo bundles Cott<nTles
600 bags Rio. Java and Lagnayra Coffee
400 bbls. Kenned Sugars
60 hh<is. Demerara and Porto Rico Sagan
200 hhds. Reboiled Molasses
1.000 kegs Nails-assorted sizes
6D0 boxes Adamantine Candles
1,000 sacks Salt
loo hhds. C. R. and Dry Salt Bacon
loa bbls. Leaf Lard
600 bbls. nour-Family, Extra and Saner . '
Orange Rifle Powder, Shot, Lead, starci.
GROCERIES ll I
We are now receiving oar fall and winter Kook
lor '. . ". '
FAMILY GR O'C E R I E.S ,
comprising a roll assortment of
I TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Families In the country will fled it to their in?
terest to entrust orders to oar care. Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTENTION
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," we now lave the larg:
est country trade of any retail, dealer In the city.
... '/ii'-; :
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
RATES. . ;
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOB DELIVER
WE PAOE GOODS FREE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT?
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY.
WE MAIL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT?
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE US A
ILSQNB' GEOG fi BY
BOX No. . 383,
CHABLBBTON, 8. 0.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a large supply af the above. Kaon
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Cod li ver Oil, and
destroys the taste of the Oil. ,
Tneonly food for delicate children. -
This ls mach superior to the "Extract or Beef,"
heretofo-e ottered to the public, as wlU be found
upon trlaL For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
jun7 No. 181 Meeting street.
j jy[AT'5 COTTON GINNING MILLS,
' FOOT OF LAURENS STREET.
Sea Island and Upland Cotton GINNED and
prepared for market at very low rates. Best??
ferences given. Apply lo J. A. MAT.
engl 7 amit*
A. J. S U L L I V A N ,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLV OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY Sc CO.
Desires to inform his friends and the rabilo
that he Is prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of aU kinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates for Blahed upon
application. _**P? ?
m T. CHAPEAU ?i CO.,
* DSALBBS AKD DIOTTLLSEB OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, 8. a
The highest prices paid for Crude.
STEAM TURPENTINE DI8TTLLESY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Offices-No. 138 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
?a-Hizheat prices paid in Gash for Grade TnrpexP
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO *
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATB