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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1872.
y EWS OF THE DAT.
-Some Idea of the business of Messrs. Bass
?.Co., the English ale manufacturers, may be
had when we learn that their freight bills lor
the past year would amount to $700,000.
-England ls threatened with a potato fam?
ine, and the consternation of the farmers who j
. pay high rents can be imaeloed. The crop ls j
almost totally destroyed for the season.
-A Frenchman, M. Delsol, is to follow In
the track: of Dr. Livingstone. He goes to
Africa at his own expense, and will make a
thorough exploration of the Interior.
-Mr. A. T. Stewart at. last enjoys the
pleasure of knowing that his new hotel for
workingwomen ls completed. It received
the final touch ol the painter's brush Monday,
and ls ready tor occupancy.
-It will be Interesting to the ladles to know
-that Ute ex-Empress Eugenie now dresses
almost entirely In red and black, and that her
beautiful hair ls beginning to show threads
. -The operation ol the compulsory educa?
tional act In England ls creating some un?
easiness. A class has arisen that refuses to j
recognize the right of the board to take away
the father's control over his child's education.
-A few weeks ago the creek under the
great Natural Bridge, in Virginia, suddenly
disappeared; and subsequent investigation
demonstrated the fact that the stream emp?
tied Itself into the earth through a number ol
newly-formed fissures of unknown depth.
-Strauss, if the figures don't lie, should be
well satisfied with his late visit to America.
He was paid the round sum of 117,500 for the
Jubilee season, with a guaranteed benefit of
$2600 In gold. He received $3300 in gold for
his New Tork concerts, and sold bia ''Jubilee
Waltz" for a little over $500.
-Henri Rochefort has received two thous-1
.. and pounds from a London publishing house
for the English translation of bis "History ol
the Second Empire." The principal feature of j
the werk ls a detailed, biography of the ex
Empress Eugenie previous to her marriage to
-It la proposed in France lo organize al
regular corps of carrier Dlseons, In thR event
of emergencies similar to those which occur?
red daring the late war. The headquarters ot ?
this branch of the service Is to oe Paris, and
detachments are to accompany the divisions
ot the army, while others are to be stationed
at the different fortresses.
-The general verdict of the military powers
of Europe, with regard to the efficacy ol the
mitrailleuse ls, that the weapon ls only useful
for defending narrow passages, where a con?
centrated fire is-needed. Russia, however,
Billi appears to have faith In them, as the Rus?
sian army has been provided with fifteen bat
teries of Gallings.
-The total number of troops now stationed
in the Southern States ls 7879, of which num?
ber 3743 are In Texas on Indian and iront 1er
service, 334 at For tr ees Monroe, and 451 in
Florida, mostly doing garrison duty at Fort
Eickens, Key West, and the Dry Tortugas. Ol
the balance a small number are doing duty at
coast fortifications, so that about 3500 are In
the interior. The largest nnmber in any one
State ls 1056 In South Carolina, while the
smallest number ls in Arkansas, 63 being sta?
?MJarafa, the composer, who died recently,
was far from rich. His principal Income, ac?
cording to the Swiss "Times," was derived
from a snuff-box. This snuff-box was given
to the author ol "La Prison d'Edlnbourg"
about thirty years ago by Baron James De
Rothschild, aa a token ol esteem. Carara sold
lt twenty-four hours later for seventy-five
Napoleons to the same Jeweller from whom lt
had been bought. This became known to
Rothschild, who gave lt again to the musician
on the following year. The next day lt re?
turned to the Jeweller's. This traffic con?
tinued tm the death of the banker, and longer
.till, for his sons kept up the tradition to the
great satisfaction ot Carafa.
-The Washington correspondent of the Bal?
timore Bun says: "Senator Robertson, of
South Carolina, has recently been In this city,
and lt ls known that In conversations with
some of his Mends he declared he should not,
on account of his health, take any part In the
political manoeuvrings in the State which he
halls from as United States senator. lt ls
known that the anomalous condition ot the
Radical party In South Carolina ls worrying
other Southern Radicals beside the senator
from that State, and threatens to result In
new deals of office without regard to results
ol national Issues. A special dispatch receiv?
ed here to-night says that the Orangeburg j
Times, a leading Democratic paper In South
Carolina, has declared to-day for Greeley and
Brown and for Moses, the Regular Republican
nominee for Governor. This looks like a com?
bination to carry the State against Grant and
-The law of the Reichstag expelling Jesuits
from Prussian territory ls not likely to remain
a dead letter. The heads ol the establishments
ot the Sons of Jesus and affiliated orders
throughout the empire have been warned of |
the terms of the new regulation. At Posen
the ladies of the Sacred Heart-an order con?
sidered by the Prussian authorities to be affili?
ated to the Sons of Jesus-have been requested
to close the boarding-school In that town,
where all the noble ladles of the country re?
ceived their education. Tbe head of the con- j
rent of the Jesuits at Mayence protested
against the Interdiction of the Prussian au?
thorities, contending that civil government
had no right to Interlere with the exercise of j
religions functions, and denying (hat the ten?
dencies of his order were contrary to the Jaws
-o? the State. The Jesuits of Alsace have been
able to obtain a prolongation of their stay for )
two months beyond the limit allowed by ihe
law. It ls reported thal many, if not most, of j
the expelled Jesuits have signified their Inten?
tion cf nettling in Ireland.
-lt ls pretty weU established, though not j !
pffloially confirmed, that the final award made 11
by the Geneva Conference to the United
States for the depredations of the Alabama,
Florida, ?fcc, ls a gross sum ol sixteen millions
of dollars. The total amount ol claims flied
was, in round numbers, about twenty-rodr
millions of dollar?. The award has been made
under the seventh article of the treacy provid?
ing for a gross sum. This does away with ar?
ticle ten and eleven, which provided lor a
board of assessors to ascertain what claims
were valid in case the arbitrators fall to agree
ch an award in gross. In accepting the latter
the arbitration has determined as to each ves?
sel separately whether Great Britain has, by
any act or omission, failed to fulfil any ol the
duties laid down in the three rules of article
sixth of the treaty, as to whether lt exercised
due diligence to prevent the fitting out, arm
[ lng or equipping, or sailing of the cruisers
I from its ports. The amount which ls required
to be paid in coln by Great Britain to the
United States in the City of Washington is not j
due till one year from the date of the award,
which disposes of some statements that the
claimants may get their money before Decem?
ber 1st. This government^ after it receives
the gross award, will be compelled to estab?
lish a commission and pay its own claimants.
A Good Riddance.
The Gleneva Board have awarded the
TJoited States Alteen and a half million dol?
lars in compensation for losses sustained
through the cruises of the Alabama, Florida
and Shenandoah. This is more than was
claimed by the United States Government
for direct damages, and is fully as much as
was expected to be obtained. In the Ameri?
can case, the direct losses to individuals
were set down at fourteen million dollars.
Beyond "this were the indirect claims, prac?
tically unlimited in amount, for national ex?
penditures in the pursuit of the Confederate
cruisers, for the loss in the transfer of the
commercial marine to the British flag, for
the enhanced payments ol insurance, and
for the prolongation of the war. These
claims were mied out by the arbitrators,
and the award does not cover the claims of
the owners o? whalers, not merely for the
actual loss of their vessels, bat for the loss
Under Article Seven ol the Treaty of |
Washington, the amount of the award must |
be paid in coin within twelve months; this,
it is hoped, will be the last o? the Alabama
1 claims. But there are counter-claims to be
adjusted. The losses of British subjects |
during the war, as allowed by the Washing
ton Commission, must be deducted. One
merchant in this State has an unquestiona?
bly valid claim for sixty thousand dollars,
< and it will' not surprise any one but bat
eyed politicians if the balance finally turned
! over to the United States falls woefully short
of tbe amount of the original award. Nor
will even this remain in the Treasury, as
out of the award the United States must
pay the claims already on file for direct
losses by individuals. There will belittle
left; not more than enough, perhaps, to pay
the wine bills and hotel bills of Messrs.
'Cashing and Bancroft Davis.
The press on this itide of the Atlantic may
murmur, because the award is not sufficient
to cancel the national debt; bat the soand
sense of the people will tell them that the
country is well rid of a difficulty which a j
political party might, at any time, have |
made the pretext for a rainons war. Io
England, there will be a natural soreness,
and tba anti-Administration papers will
again declare that the honor of Albion is
tarnished. None will dream of admitting
that the award is just. Sir Alexander Cock?
burn, the English Commissioner, refused to
sign the decision. The salve will be that
fifteen and a half millions was a low price to
pay for establishing a rale of national re*
sponsibi li ty which, in the event of a Euro?
pean war, will be of incalculable advantage
to Great Britain.
It is a great relief that the Alabama ques?
tion is settled at last. For years lt bas been
a God-send to stomp speakers and news?
paper writers; a never-failing occasion for
the display of bombastic rhetoric. They
will be forced to liud something new; when
they have finished abusing or ealoglslBg
Grant and Horace Greeley.
The Banks and War Deposita.
Judge Graham, on Thursday, rendered
his decision la the case of Joseph Whaley
against the Bank of Charleston.
The plaintiff claimed that oe February 18,
1862,- there was due bim a balance, in good
money, of $33,437 38, and demanded the
sam of $25,030 38, alleged to be due him,
in good money, as a depositor, on Novem?
ber 13, 1860; such balance to be increased
or diminished upon taking an account of
the real value of the plaintiff 's deposits, and
of the real value of the payments to the
plainlifl, after December 16, 1860, from
which day the defendant is entitled, by the
State law, to show, in accounting, the real
value of the deposits. The defendants
claimed that, by public notice, all credits
and payments, after September 6, 1861,
were in Confederate treasury notes and
other currency; denied that plaintiff's de?
posits, after September C, 1861, were
in good money, or were entered or to
be accounted for as good money; and al?
leged that, prior to April 1, 18C4, the plain?
tiff drew all the money due him, and his ac?
count was closed.
Judge Graham, in his decision, says he
prefers that the caso should rest upon its
own particular circumstances, and, refer?
ring to other judicial decisions, expressed
bis unwillingness to go so far as to say that,
without special circumstances, a bank ac?
count is, os matter of law, to be divided and
scaled. In this case there are special cir?
cumstances. There has never been, says
Judge Graham, any settlement between the
parlies: the notice given by thc Bank on
September 6, 1861, does not effect "credits,
"deposits, debts of the Bank already exist?
ing;" the Bank could not "change the
"character of ita then existing debts or
"make them payable in Confederate cur?
rency;" the notice does not cover the old
debt due Mr. Joseph Whaley "tor which the
"Bank received fund3 of the par value of
"gold;" that "debt could not be paid in
"Confederate notes without the testator's
"consent, and the testimony is very positive
"that he never did consent." After the new
departure (September 6,1861,) Mr. Whaler's
iredits were in Confederate notes, and his
checks were paid in the same currency;
"they were not part payments on account,
"of the old debt, but items in the new ac- j
'count." Jadge Graham, therefore, decides (
bat the debt due by the Bank to Joseph j
rVhaley on or before September 6,1861, bad ]
"no reference whatever to Confederate
"notes as a basis of value," and the bank is
chargeable with it in funds of par value;
the amount of this debt is made not-less
than $33,481 96; the balance due by the
Bank on November C, 1861. The decision
concludes os follows: "Tho account be?
tween the parties subsequent to toe 6th
"day of September, 1861, is to be stated,
"and the value of each side of it to be as?
certained by ascertaining the value of each
"item at its date according to the provisions
"of Sections 1, 2 and 3, of Chapter CV of
"the General Statutes. The deposits on one
"side, and the checks on the other, upon
"the footing up of the amount of these
"items thus ascertained, a balance can be
"struck, and if the value of the deposits ex
"ceeds the value of the checks, the excess
"must be added to the debt of September 6,
"1861. If the value o? the deposits is less
"than the value of the checks, then the
"difference is to be deducted from said pr?
avions debts, and a final balance struck,
"for which balance with interest from date
"of commencement of this Buit, the Bank is
"liable to the plaintiff. It ia ordered that
"this cause be referred to W. J. Gayer, Esq.,
"special referee, to take and state the ac
"count between the parties as herein direct?
ed, and that he do report the same, and
"also any special matter appropriate to the
"case." _ _
The Last Feather on Grant's Back.
There ls no lODger any doubt as to
whether ex-Governor Andrew Curtin goes
with Greeley or with Grant The accep?
tance of the Liberal Bepublican nomination
for delegate at large to the State Constitu?
tional Convention ties the most popular
man in the Keystone State to the cause of
Union and Reform. .,.
Forney's paper, the Philadelphia Press,
enumerates the signers of the . address io
which Audy Curtin is nominated, and frank?
ly gays that "the representative men of tho
"the list" show that "the Liberal Bepubli
"can party of Pennsylvania is composed of
"men that we cannot afford lo despise or
"underrate." The Philadelphia Age (Dem?
ocratic) claims that Curtln's espousal of the
Liberal movement "dissipates tbe last ra?
tional hope of the Grant party to succeed
"in Pennsylvania either in'October or No?
vember." The New York Tribune says
that "with Bockalew at the head of the
"State ticket, and Curtin leading the dele?
gates to the Constitutional Convention,
"the Liberals of Pennsylvania have com?
pleted a list of nominations which will
"command the respect of the whole country,
"and will never know defeat"
There is dismay in the Grant ranks.
Pennsylvania is ours; and as she goes so
goes the Union.
Like Plc-t rust.
The Republican, of Saturday, says that
Mr. Reuben Tomllnson "will run to the end,
"if he only gets Ave thousand votes." This
is a cheap pledge, considering that Mr. Tom?
llnson ha j no more control over the brains
of the movement of which he is the hgnre
head, than Mrs. Partington's mop bad over
the waves of the broad Atlantic. When
Orr, Corbin, Sawyer and Bowen give a pub?
lic pledge that they^will sot abandon "the
"bolt," even if the Democrats nominate a
third ticket, it will be time enough to put
their sincerity to the touch. Until then,
such a promise as that of Mr. Tomlinson
will not help him or deceive the public.
The Hon. M. P. O'Connor at Worcester,
[From thc Boston Post.]
A striking Incident at the Worcester Con?
ventions was the stirring speech or Mr. O'Con?
nor, ot South Carolina, delivered after the
merging of the Conventions In Mechanics'
Rall. Mr. O'Connor's reputation as a sterling
patriot and lervld orator had preceded him,
his Baltimore speech having found a response
throughout the country, and the assembled
Democrats and Liberal Republicans at Wor?
cester gave him a welcome which must have
convinced him how strong and earnest a
spirit of Justice and conciliation sllll existe
in Massachusetts. Mr. O'Connor's points were
all well made and poweriully put; he reverted
to the Revolutionary era when Massachusetts
and South Carolina made common-cause, and
looked forward with eloquent hope to a period
when they might once more be united in
political aspirations and lraternlty. He sol?
emnly uttered his conviction that the South
accepted In al! earnestness and good faith the
three amendments securing the results of the
war, and making war questions henceforth
dead issues. The graphic and terrible picture
which he gave ot ihe South under the lnfa- j
moue corruptions of the carpet bag govern
moms, sustained by the Administration at I
Washington, should have been heard by the
millions of voters, who could then no longer
doubt on which Bide to cast their suffrages.
He was earnest In declaring that the South
needed peace and rest, and recuperation, and I
that all she craves ls to return In reality to I
the condition of freedom to which the Cirant I
parly falsely pretends to have restored her- j
Coming, aa this eloquent speech did, from the I
citizen of a State which has felt the most
grievously the carpet-bag iniquities and op-j
pressions, lt thoroughly deserved the sympa-1
thy and attention which it received. I
A Practical Suggestion.
TO THR EDITOR OF THE SEWS.
It has been said that, as we are to be robbed I
and cheated by either party now seeking
office, and os we canuot elect our own, let us
have nothing to do with the election. I differ
from thlB opinion. The white men, the power,
wealth and Intelligence of Hie State and city,
can, by giving their Influence, elect either j
parly Ihey choose. We know that neliher of
thoBe two parties ls trustworthy, but a curse I
and disgrace lo our community. But let us
te firm and united amongst ourselves, and
say to each party, "flow many men, honest
"and true men, will you allow ns In each
"county to place upon your ticket ?" and that
party that will allow the most-that parly we
will elect, for we can do il I We will tell I
them, "This will prove your desire for reform, I
"and your wish to carry out your protesta-1
"lions of sorrow for wrongs done, and your J
"sincerity for an honest administration of gov
"ment." We know the scoundrels ! but, UB I
they have commenced to assume the garb of J
honesty, they may not wish to throw lt off I
yet awhile. Let us try them. ?
September 12,1872. '
The Colleton Gazelte. j
Colleton County at last has a newspaper. J
rhe first number of The Colleton Gazette was I
SBued at Walterboro' on Saturday last by J
Jeorge F. McIntyre <fc Co. It promises to be I
ndependent in its policy, and to give partlcu-11
ar attention to local affairs,
P~~ILM?TTO ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1, L
0. O. F.-The Regular Communication will
be held THIS EVENING, at Odd fellows' Hall, at 8
o'clock. Members and candidates will please
be punctual. By order. A. W. LEWIN,
ST. ANDREW'S LODGE, No. 10, A. F.
M.-The Regular Commun lea; lou of this
Lodge will be held THIS t VENING, at 8 o'cloek,
over nolmes'B Bookstore, corner Ring and Went?
worth streets. By order W. M.
L. P. SPEIS3E0?ER,
SUMTER RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND REG?
ULAR Meeting. THI3 EVENING, tho leih In?
stant, at 8 o'clock. W. M. BR?NS,
sepia_ Secretary and Treasnrer.
AMASS MEETING OF THE REPUBLI?
CANS ol Ward 1 will be held, at No. 9 State
street, THIS EVSNING at 8 o'clock, for the purpose
or Electing Ward Otncera and Reorganizing the
By order of WH. N. TAFT, President Ward 1.
sept6_ WM. REED, Secreiary.
REPUBLICANS WARD 2.-A MASS
Meeting or the Republicans or Ward 2 will
beneldTnis EVENING, at a o'clock precisely, at
lhe (talon star Engine House, for the purpose or
e ectlng a Chairman and other Officers of the
Ward. E. W. M. MACKEY,
sepjg_ Chairman Ward 2.
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of the above
will re held THi9 (Monday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Members are requested to come prepared to pay
does. F. 0. MCOANTS,
sepie_ secretary and Treasurer.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, ST.
LOUIS.-at a m Leting or the policyholders
ur the Lire Association or America, held at the
company's rooms on ihe 26th August, for the pur?
pose of coDsldorlng certain proposed amendments
to the charter or the Association, it was the sense
of the meeting that other amendments be added
to thoae proposed, and the whole be again sub
mltted to the members of the company ac a meet?
ing which lt waa recommended should be held aa
soon as practicable. Now, therefore, thia la to
give notice that a meetlog of the policy-holders or
the Life Association will be held at the principal
office of the companv, in the Oity of St. Louts, on
wKDNKSDAT, the 26th day or September, Instant,
at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of voting for
or against the proposed amendments to the cnar
ter of the Association, in accordance with the
provisions or section 16 of an Act of the General
Assembly of the State of Missouri, approved
March 10,1869, entitled "An act for thu Incorpora?
tion and regulation of Lire Assurance Compa?
JAMES H. BRITTON, President.
tepie-mwfS WM. HANLEY, Secretary.
YY PLY at No. 60 Beaoraln street. sep'6 1
WANTED, A BOY TO ATTEND ONE
horse, and make himself generally useful.
Apply at No. 22 Vendee Range._aepifl-i
WANTED, A LAD TO LEARN THE
Drug Business. Address P. O. Key Box
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
QUI aa Chambermaid and to mind chil?
dren. Apply at East Bay street, opposite Minor?
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
woman to cook and ;waah for a family of
four persons. Apply at Mo. 6 Rutledge street,
corner of Qneen._sepia-2
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BOOK?
KEEPER to take charge or a full set or
BOOKS In a wholeaale house ou - of the city. Salary
liberal for one who can furnish satisfactory
refer?ale aa to capacity and good character. Ad
dress W., tarong h P. O._aepl6-2
AYOUNG MAN WITH THREE YEAHS'
experience m business wishes a situation
lu cotton Factorage or Wholesale Grocery Store.
Good at figures, and can write a fair hand. Best
reference given from last employer. Address B.
j x., NEWS office._sepie-1?
WANTS A SITUATION BY THE 20TB
instant, a strictly sober, trustworthy man,
aa Assistant salesman or light Porter-Watchman,
llaa hau experience In tue feed and provision
business, groceries, Ac. Address "citizen."
ALADY DESIRES A 8IT?AUION IN A
respectable family as companion or assist
am in the duties or a family, In or ont of the city.
Unexceptionable references given. Address
..M.," Key Box No. 624 Charleston P. o.
aepli-wrm3? , ? _
"ITTANTED A SITUATION BY A STEA
YV uv and reliable business man, a native of I
rt*State and resident or this city rur twenty-five
years, who can furnish trie best r?f?rences. Ad?
dress "Williams," NEWS Office, for ten days.
AYOUNG MAN, WITH SEVERAL
veare' experience as head Bookkeeper and
i'd)master iu a largo manufacturing concern,
alive, accurate and thorough, and who fully un
dei s: au Us his business, desires a position of Bimi
lar trust and responsibility. The highest refer?
ences os to ability and standing. Married. Par?
ties requiring the tetvlces or a first-class man.
may andreas D. A J., care Room 18,229 Broad
way, N. Y._sep 12-12
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
?servant, to do the cooking and t.ouaework J
io. a small family in Summerville. Good refer?
ences required, inquire corner King and John
streets, over l.uhn'u drug store. sepio
WANTED TO RENT, BY THE YEAR,
a Halt in some central locality, suitable
for a Social Club ana Rifle Corps. Address, with
full particulars, R. p., at thia office._ang2Q
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A RE
SPECTABLE Mechanic or steady habita as
nuuer. Ho wishes a steady place; has no ob-;
j ec nun to go In the country. Address E. ti., at |
this office._. ang29
AN OLD CHARLESTONIAN WISHES A j
situation to enable him to support his fami?
ly. Ia willing to act as Private Watch tn au or tn
any other capacity. Very attentive to business,
ana Btrlctly temperate. Will atudy bis employ?
er's interest. Hood reference given on applica?
tion at thia offloe. Moderate aaiary expected.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher in some
public institution, or as private tutor In a faintly.
No objections to going into tho country, can
teach french, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches or a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad
areal O. O. v., M the office or thia paper.
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH
LKN LIKE INS?RAN?tS COMPANY lssuea Joint
Life Policies, Insuring the lives of partners In
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount insured for ls paid to the surviving party,
lt also insures husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. tl Broad street,
_fcoet uno ?onn?.
LOST.-L 0 s f "7)N"~~EISER^H?
Steamer Pocosln or in Middle street, on
sullivan'^ island, a Lady's Cape, biack embroid?
ered. The Under will ue rewarded by leaving
same at No. 236 King street, third door above
FOUND, A KEY, SUPPOSED TO BE?
LONG to a cheat or safe, which can be ob?
tained by proving property. Apply at thia ur?
ti ce._aepu 2
ANEWFOUNDLAND DOG WAS FOUND
astray last Sunday night, and its owner can
get it by provlug property and paying expenses..
Apply lu Logan street, second house irom Broad.
LOST. ON SATURDAY EVENING, IN
Broad streer, a flat Chased Gold Bracelet
wini the name "Harry'' engraved In the incide.
The nuder will be amiably rewarded and receive
the timuka of the owner oy leaving the aame at
the ouice or THE NEWS._eepj
TO RENT, 1TUT~D?S1R^
DENCE situated No. 10 Beaulalu street,
containing e large Bquarc rooms, drea.slng-room,
kitchen, pantry and all necessary outbuildings.
To a good tenant rent modernte. Apply tu Mrs.
li. HARRIS, NO. 317 King street. sepH-smwS
TO RENT, THE RESIDENCE No. 101
Meeting street, containing nine square
roums, ^uiry and bath room, wlih hot and cold
water, with an extensive piazza south and weat,
kitchen, out-rooms, cistern and pump water,
wm be rented wltn or without the store. Rent
moderate. Apply on the premises. sepl2-e?
rU)OD" BOARD, WIT1?TLE7S7NT
VX Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
broad street. Furnished or unfurnished Rooms
to rent,._ augso
JJENEREY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover
3d, steel Blades and other parts famished, by
SMITH A VAI.K,
ang30-lmo East end Hasel street. 1
FIRST CLASS SECURITIES.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD FIRST MORT
GAGE BONDS. Also,
$9000 TO LEND on Real Estate in the cu y.
Apply to EDWARD LOWNDES,
sep!3 ' No. sa Broad street.
QHECK8 ON NEW YORK, .
In sums to suit buyers.
LESESNE A WELLS,
seplo-6 No. lo Broad street. .
IRE ?^STTRTXN o E .
THB NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE,
INSURANCE COMPANY, -
OP LON.DON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, .
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased tselr INSUR?
ANCE faculties by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHGS.slX, c.
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other flratclasB
Companies. E. S EBBING A CO.,
sep5-8mos No. 14 Broad street.
Joint Stock (Eompontj.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOUST STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 148-SATURDAY MOBNINO. sept-14.
CLASS NO. 150-SATURDAY EVKNING, Sept. 14.
3 _ 39-36-76-20-67-61-54-69-60-26-49
seplS A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
(EojarttmerjijiB ano SJieaointianf.
have this day ft rmed a Copartnership under
ti, e Arm name of K Rt ss KL A BRANDES, Tor the I
continuance of the Foreign and Domestic Fruit
Business, Na 138 Bait Bay. and No. ll Market
street. FRANK KREasEL. Jr.,
Charleston, Beptember loth. 1872. sep'3-3
COPABTNEBSHIP NOTICE. - FROM
this date the name of our Ann will be
JOHNSON A BROWN. C. H. JOHNSON.
?september 1. 1872. No. 269 King street.
U. H. JOHNSON,
Bepil-wfm4_8. N. BROWN.
The Exercises of this Institution will open the
the First Monday in octocer._sepl2-e
MISS V. MUBDEN WILL (D. V.) RE
OPEN her School on October 1st. Rev. J
W. MILES will give Lessons In Literature and
Bellea-Lettrea, and Mr. ALEXANDER in Algebra.
Miss MUKDEN will.form a Ulass for Young Ladles
who wish to attend three times a week to receive
instruction in the higher branches. Julyl6-ml2
Jg ETHEL ACADEMY,
Near Warrenton, Fauquler Co., Va. Session opens
september mu, 1872.
BOARD AND TUITION $87 60
per session or five months. No Extras. For Cata?
logues, Ac. addresss A. G. SMITH. WM. vr.
SM ITU, A. M., i. B. SMITH, Principals, Warren ton,
Va?, or Colonel C. E. LIGHTFOOT, late Principal
Va. High School, Culpeper C. H., Va.
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHCOL
FOti YOUNG LADIES.
No. 18, COKNFH KINO AND SOUTH BAY.
MISS C. iL REID, PRINCIPAL.
The Exercises of this School ?ill be resumed on
Tuesday. October 1, 1872._aep2-m6?
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
2D DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
MIBS MARY.ANN BDIB, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that site will
open a select Flnlublug school In Aiken, second
to none lu the country. Every thlug taught In
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and instru?
mental Music. Drawing, Faluting, Wax, French,
German and Spauiah. Latin and Music, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. BUIE.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER?
ING at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Troy, N. Y. instructions very praotical. Advan?
tages nnaurpassed In this country. Graduates
obtain excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annual Register, containing improved
course of Study and lull particulars, add-ess
Prof. CUAS. DROWNS. Director. augl?-lrao
FOR SALE, A NEAT AND COMFORTA?
BLE Two-st ory Wooden Residence in Presi?
dent street, east side, third nouas north of spriug
street-Doable Piazzas, Pretty Flower Garden,
Weil of line water, AC. Apply to A. c. MculL
LIVRAY, NO. ajjj Broad street._sepia 1?
MULES AND HORSES JUST ARRIVED
at H. O ARMAN'S aTABLti. No. 86 church
street, near Broad street. Low for caah or cLy
PONY FOB HALE AT WILSON'S STA?
BLES, Meeting street-A handsome Cana
ulan Pony, accutinomed to be driven by lau (ea;
perfectly gentie and sound. sepl2-4*
IHOB SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
1 J. HENRY OTJEN, sou of the late Henry
otjen, tor sevtnty-tive Dollars. Wui be sold at a
discount at MENK E A MULLER'S._Mfg
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
and at the shortest notice. Also a few good se?
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSKoRD. smith street, north of Wentworth.
JD HO. PH ATES-IRON SAFE.
A rew hundred 'tons ROCK PH03PHATE, of ex?
cellent quality, deliverable at any point at or near
the city, are offered tor sale at a moderate price.
A large second hand IRON SAFE, in good con?
dition. Apply at No. 141 Meet tug street, up stairs.
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE PLANTA
TION on i he western branch of Cooper
uiver, known ai North Cbacrun, containing
about one thousand acres, ol which aoom eighty
acres are prime rice lanna. On the Plantation
are residence, outbuildings and negro quarters.
With lt will be soid a summer residence In
Cordesville, one mile distant, and a detached
tractof three hundred acres very tine pineland.
Apply to J. DRAYTON FORD, No. 33 Broad street.
PLANTATION FOB SALE - GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being about to leave tne State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated in Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The Hue ot the Port Royal Railroad Is In close
proximity to lt, md the splendid circular Siw
Min ol Dr. J. C. Miller not more than a mile from
the rlchiy-tlmbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops ol cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge or the
body of Umber, and the locality ls remarkably
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents as
fine a body of virgin forest as the eye can meet
with In this State, varying from the smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging btise.
To. railroad contractors, lumbermen and tar
pentine distillers, no liner opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, as they
have the option of shipping to savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rail.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to U. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Wlillston, So. co.. In whose hands ate thc titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August lat, 1872.
s?ptimo H. N. MILLER.
rjlHE MARION STAB,
Published in one or the best agricultural sec?
tions of the state, and having a large and in?
creasing circulation among the plauters and
business men, otter its Columns to the Factors,
Merchants and ocher business men ot Charleston
as the best medium through which they can com?
municate with trie Planters and Merchants of the
Peedee Country. Business Cards and otner Ad?
vertisements inserted on liberal terms .
Address W. J. McK.KR.VLL,
sep7-lmo Marlon, a. O.
nirngg at ^Ijolesalc.
H OLLI EE'S BE M E DY
MAN AND BEAST.
This Llnament has gained a lasting reputation
?vhere lt has oeen used In most cases which re?
luire an external remedy, such as Rheumatism,
soreness and Swelling ot the Breast. Pain and
Weakness in th? Back, and Joints. Sprains,
^F^ATl8?^PRAM,P^ NamD?e8*. Frozen LlraH Bites
)f Insects, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled Neck, Paralysis, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites of Reptiles, Headache, White Swellings
Poison, Bums. aU SweUlogs, Salt Kheum, Corns
Warts, Sore Eyes, Rnn Rounds, ic., AC
It ls warranted to core Lameness, Spavin. Big
Bead, Big Jaw, Founder, Sprains of tho Shoulder,
Leg. BUCK, sinews, Fetlock, silfle Joint and Hock
lolut, Splints, Wind Galls, Ringbone, String Halt,
9 welled Legs, Cracked Heels. Thrash. Poll Evil,
Saddle Galts, Old Sores, strains or the Rouud
Bono and other Joints, Enlargement or the Bacs
Joint, and all Diseases or Horses which are caus?
ed by Inflammation or the Muscles.
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 17,1872.
Messrs. DOWIK, MOISE A DAVIS :
Gen??emen-I have used a number of bottles or
your 0 filer's Remedy ror Horses, and from my
experience believe lt to be the best Liniment
ever offered to the public. I have had (or the
past eleven years a stubborn case or salt Rheum
or Tetter on my head and arm, which baa been
treated by the most skilled Physicians or Georgia
and Soui h Carolina wltaoHt success. Two bottles
or Collier's Remedy has effectually cared me.
Proprle:or Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeting street,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
Lo CIS TILLE, KT., May 1800.
ISAAC COLLIBB, Esq., Glasgow 0. H., Barren
I take great pleasure in recommending Collier's
Romedy aa an almost indispensable article, and
very valuable to all who own or have charge of
stock. It ls the best 1 have ever used for Sprains,
Sores, or Galla on Horses, some or the mon con?
victed with the Company have used lc for severe
BurnB and Sores as well as Rheumatic Pains, and
for Bruises, kc, and all say lt acts Uko magic. In
Scratches on Horses ic is invaluable. We use no
other Liniment. J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOR, of York County, S. 0., writes ns,
under date of October, 1809, as foi iowa : "My
horse was considered wort nie-a, (hla case was
Spavin) but since the free use of your Collier's
Remedy I have sold him for $160. Your remedy
ls o oleg wonders up here on man and beast.
DIAMOND Hnx, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. 0.,l
June 7, 1870. j
Messrs. DOWIE. MOISE k DAVIS. Charleston, S. O.
Gentlemen-The box of drags ordered on 81BC
May noe arrived yet. We are anxiously awaiting
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
bad twenty calls for lt lu the last twenty days.
Ic ls decidedly the beat medicine that ever was
compounded ror what lt pretenses to do. lt bas
been used in this vicinity for Rheumatism, and
has proved more effectual than anything else.
Dr. G. F. S-cared himself of a bao case of
Rheumatism by the use of two bottles. He baa
been laid up over three mouths. He .s now able to
firactlce again. Many certificates can be procured
n this vicinity, and we write this from a sense or
duty to yon. KAHN k MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, S. 0.
Bhmafl ano jBeoinmg.
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
cure. 2S,6oo certificates or testimonials of cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Begga, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlghtscown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Warton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress irom Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money refuuded.
DR. GEO. CAULlhR, Agent,
July l-l yr ena ri es ton, S. 0.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PBEPA?
W. R . W A B N E B ? CO.,
Oder the foUowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send tor Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, AC.
Elixir Oinchonln Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate or iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Ca.lsuyu, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valertanate or Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine or Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup ot HypophoBphltes (for Conaumptton,Bron?
Beef, Wine, Iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, cotaJulng Vanilla, Tolu, ftc
Elixir Taraxacum Coma. This ls a new and vain
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. lc ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
tts medicinal virtues, lt is uieful as a vehicle
and ror masking the bitter taste or Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Bron
Elixir Bromldo of Potassium. .
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and strychnia, (Alu
Ken's syrnp) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac.
Ellx. Valertanatu of strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beef, wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in oases of children ana
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner k Co.
manufacture a rm; line of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pule, all or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DR. H BARR, NO. 1S1 Meeting street,
m eh 23-d A worn DB Oh arl Aston. S. O.
TO PHOTOGRAPHE BS 1
DR, H. BARK, NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
Reeps a lull assortment of Photographers' cheml- ]
cals, aa aiso Pure Alcohol, Acetic Acid, Ac, Ac,
all of which he sells at the lowest prices.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant ami excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into g?nerai nae, especially In
cases ot delicate females and children. They may
be had of DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept on
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenurier White Snlphur Springs
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
The real, genuine, Imported article, in
inf?rent styles, comprising:
I oseph An timi Purina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (Francois Marie Farina.)
Also, a very superior Cologne, ot my own man
iracture, put up in aU etylea.
Givo lt a trial. DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street.
ri J. L ? H N,
MPORTER OF FINE C HEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
io. 450 KING STREET, CORNES OF JOH?.
Now m Stock of my own Importation,
.OW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey'B Cold Cream,
Sngllsh Dalby's Carminative, British Oh, Roche's
Embrocation and chlorodyne.
1LDEN k CO.'8 SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pills, AC. AOBNT FOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
' AOBNT FOB 800TH CAROLINA FOB
>B. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man
facture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em
racing ail Now Remedies.
A fan assorcment of Trasses and Bandages al
r&vs on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS COHiponndfld
?Ith accuracy day or night, jani?wfmiy
QOALl COALl COAL!
?OW LANDING PER SCHOONER E. C. ^Wi
480 i ooB superior RE J ASH EGG, for Parlor
ise. Stove and Chestnut fotfCooking Rangea.
White Ash, for Steam Engines ard Foundries,
lelivered at lowest market prices, bv applying at
F. P. SEIQMODS,
sepia_Corner Haseland East Bay.
g II INGLES AND LUMBER.
100,000 first quality SHINGLES, In bundles, and
il-kinds of Lumber nov- on band, whlcu will be
told low for cash by
C. J. SCHLEP EG RE LL,
sop9-mtb6*_No. 87 Line ? tree L
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S
For purity and strength, ls unequalled. All-house .
keepers who ase lt once win have no other. Ask
your Grocer for lt, and tate no other. Wholesale
by OTTO P. WETTERS.
VALENTINE'S PRJSPABATION OF
Just received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four- pounds of the best Beef, ex?
elusive or rat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with OodUver OIL and
destroys th-taste or the Ott,
The only rood for delicate children.
This is muchBuperlor to the "Extractor Beef,?
2"et?_?'6 offered to tho public, as will be found
upontriaL For sale by Dr. H. BARR,
I*""_ No? 181 Meeting street.
GROCERIES ll AH ?
GROCERIES 1 ll
We are now receiving our fall and whiter stock
or .'? / ??
F A M IL Y GROCERIES,
comprising a foll assortment or
TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Families in the country will find lt to their in?
terest to entrust orders to oar can. Having
made a speolalty or "PARTIODLAB ATTENTION
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," we now have tho ? larg?
est country trade of any retail dealer in the city.
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
RATES. ' ;. ' ?
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVER?
WE PAGE GOODS FREE, THEQE3Y
MASING IT TO YOUS INTEREST TO PAT?
RONIZE THE .
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY.
WE. MALL SAMPLES OF TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON BBV
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE US A
TRIAL. . - -
WILSONS' LG B O 0 B BY,
Box No. 383,
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81 i
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated lu one or the most eligible
positions In the city, en the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Blesort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, snag
nlflclently rurnlshedwith baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tonr of pleasure
the coming-te id on. The cars run within a square
of the house, coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor- jnn8-4moa
IDaic?o, i rm mp, SFt.
ALL, BLACK ft CO.,
NOS. 868 AND667 BROADWAY,
will con tin ne the sale of their immense stock of
daring the summer months. All foods will be
Bold without reservo, at a great r?daction, to
olese the business. junio
FJl HE NEW IMFBOVi'.D
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
in Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MA N C F' G OO.,
apr6-lyr No. sos King mvreet.
JJOWLES BBOTHEBS & CO.,
LONDON, PABIS AND BOST.ON
No. 10 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, available*'
hronghont the world. Bills of Exohange and
relegraphio iTanafera on ao7 part of Euopa In