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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A OO.,
No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1872.
SEWS OE TBE DAT.
-Water lilies, of the same family as the
Egyptian lotus, were recently discovered on
the upper Mississippi.
-A model of the temple of Solomon ls to
be one of the attractions at the Vienna Exhl
-The chief topics now under discussion In
England are, how to economize coal, cheapen
meat and provide a substitute for potatoes.
-Texas claims that the oysters on her coasts
are the finest in the world, and predicts that J
the oyster trade will soon become one ol the J
most Important Industries In the Slate.
-There are twin sisters in Mobile, Ala., so
much alike that when recently one of them
commuted an offence, the officer Bent to ar?
rest her oonld. not tell for which the warrant
-Paper ls now found to be applicable to
the arts of wat. Cuirasses which will turn
the stroke of a sword, thrust of a bayonet, or
the Impact of a ritie bf ill, are now made of
this material, and the Inventor claims it will
furnish a plating lor war vessels of greater
power of resistance than plating of iron.
-An apparatus has been lately introduced
Into English carriages, by means of which a
lady inside may communicate wllh the coach- j
man without opening the carriage windows.
It consist ot a bandle with a dial, by moving
which a similar apparatus on the dash-board
_Ja acted on. By this means the driver may
^Pve directed when to stop, which way to turn,
and similar messages, without letting dowu
the carriage windows.
..?-The great rope walker, Blondio, whose
Jests at Niagara some years since will be re?
membered, appeared at the Sydenham Crys?
tal Palace the other day, walking a rope five
hundred feet long' and eighty feet from the
ground, clad in a heavy armor. Although a
high wind was blowing, he was daring enough
to walk the rope blindfolded, afterward in a
sack, than with his agent on his shoulders,
capping the wbole by cooking an omelette
poised on the middle of the rope.
: -The London Times, in connection with
the recent attempt to swim across the English
channel, says: '-Tradition affirms that some
seventy years ago, three men convicted of a J
political offence, to escape punishment, swam
from Calais to Dover. One was drowned, the
Other two landed on the beach, one in an
utter state of exhaustion, from which he died;
the third recovered and lived in the town for
several years." The distance across the chan?
nel from Dover to Calais is about twenty-two
^ miles, bot the current would probably nearly
double the distance for a swimmer.
-The Typographical Union of ?New York
bas made a decided move In withdrawing
from "The Work logmen's Union," which or?
ganization lately adopted a resolution making j
lt obligatory on all members to pay twenty,
ive cents a week during a strike by any set of
workingmen. This direst tax on Industry to
?apport indolence the printers bave deter?
mined not to pay under any consideration, and
their secession from the union has given both
labor and capital a fair insight into the arbi?
trary practices of an organization which un?
justly taxes the very men lt professes to pro?
tect In their JuBt rights and privileges,
pj -It Is agreed by the New Fork press of all
?hades of politics that the great Liberal meet?
ing of Thursday night was the largest beld In
. that city since the memorable meeting ol
April, 1861. Every foot of Union Fquare was
thronged. The crowds were of course thickest |
?hoot the speakers' stands, where they listened j
in perfect silence, broken only by applause.
Bat even beyond the reach ot the speakers'
voices tbe dense masses stood packed, cheer?
ing the flags, the processions, the fire-works
and the louder bursts ot oratory. It was not
an ordinary mass meeting. Ii was a rendez?
vous of the people of New York. No less than
seven meetings were In progress al once,
densely attended and addressed by stirring
and popular speakers. It was one ol those
enormous demonstrations which are not pos?
sible except to winning causes.
-The Baltlmoreans now seem to think that
the heavy failures In that city will not result
BB disastrously to business Interests there as j
waa feared. It ls admitted that, lor a brlel
season, the aggregate of bank deposits will!
be diminished; but, at ihe same time, lt ls con?
ceded that the bank accommodations, though
temporarily lessened in volume, will be more [
equally diffused through all the avenues of
trade, and will be diverted iato healthier 1
channels. Tbe Gazette says that it bas been
well known, for a long time past, that the
great mercantile bouse of Kirkland, Chase &
Co.-whose business transactions amounted
to from twelve to thirteen millions of dollars
R year-together with the houses with which,
in commercial matters, lt was more or less
affiliated, has been carrying a heavy load of
indebtedness; that ita borrowed and lent ac?
count was enormous, and that Its dally re?
quirements, and the necessity of meeting them,
absorbed large sums of money which would
otherwise have been available in promoting
the general business Interests o? the city.
-Tbe New York detectives assert that they |
have some o? tbe properly which was stolen
from Mr. Nathan's house, and which they got ]
from a man who received it from Forrester.
The person who delivered the property was to
have been arrested as a principal in the mur?
der, bat was promised immunity on his pledge
that he would give full testimony against For?
rester. Tbe police add that they know the
man in whose boase, la Mercer street, Forres?
ter was on the day before and the day after
the murder. Forrester, they say, was aided
by him to escape to Westchester County. It
ls said that on tbe night of the murder of Na?
than a prominent sporting man saw an indi?
vidual in the vicinity of Nathan's house j
Whose movements were very suspicious.
He watched bim, and presently two
men came down the steps of tbe j
Nathan mansion, who were Joined by the j
mysterious man, the three going toward the j
North River. Early the next forenoon three j
men entered a saloon on Eighth avenue and
left a bondie, which proved tc be a bloody j
shirt. On Investigation it was lound that a
woman up town had washed this shirt (which
was a peculiar one) for a man now in the Con?
necticut State prison, who was a pal of For?
rester's. The sporting man above referred to
identified at once the picture of Forrester os
that of the man he saw io the vicinity of Na?
than's house. Next Wednesday, George Ellis,
now confined In the State prison, will be
brought here, and will testify that the udog"
which was used In murdering Nathan was
stolen from Schenck's house by Forrester and
himself, and that both used lt in various burg?
The Duty of the Hoar.
It is said that in some counties, where no
Democratic ticket is in the field, the Repub?
licans have offered to nominate Conserva?
tives ot high position and ripe ability
amongst their candidates for the State
The character of the State Government
is mainly determined by the character of
tbe legisla?v? department. A score of
brave and able men, in the Se?ale and
House, would have made the plundering and
perjuring of the past four years next to Ira
I possible. With a good Legislature, no Gov?
ernor or Treasurer is potent for serious
harm. Without a good Legislature, neither
Moses and Melton nor Tomlinson and Greene
can give practical shape to the fair promises
which are their only political capital. No
pains, in obtaining a better class of repre?
sentatives, will be thrown away. Each fear?
less and capable member will be of inesti?
mable service to the people.
These are oar convictions, and we, there?
fore, express the hope that no citizen will
allow any squeamishness ns to the demerits
of the rival factions, or any pressure of pri?
vate afiairs, to prevent him from accepting
a nomination as member of the Legislature
ef the State. The duly will be irksome, and
the companionship unpleasant, bat there is
as much patriotism shown, and as much
glory woD, io surrendering prejudice and
comfort as in shedding blood in battle.
Of those to whom much has been given,
much is demanded. South Carolina expects
every man to do his duty.
The Interest on the etty Debt?
The City Treasurer, Mr. P. J. Coogan,
gives notice that "the time provided by or?
dinance as necessary to prepare the City
"Stock Department * * for the payment
"of interest due on Ihe 1st of October being
"now absorbed" by the extension of time
for the payment of city taxes, "the interest
"cannot be jmid before the \bth of next
"month, if so soon." Because the City Coun?
cil have granted the taxpayers an indul?
gence of fifteen days, the creditors of the
city must wait fifteen days, at least, for
their anxiously expected money. This, it
would seem, caa only be explained in one of
two ways. The city has not, until the taxes
are received, money enough to pay the in*
terrel ; or there is not a sufficient clerical
force in ihe Treasurer's office to allow of
carrying on, nt the eame time, the receiving
of taxes aud the preparation of the dividend
ledgers. The last named difficulty should
be easily overcome; aud the first does not
appear to be insuperable.
The Mayor and Council are earnestly de?
sirous of restoring and maintaining the
credit of the city. They levy and collect
taxes sufficient to enable them to meet
every public obligation, and in this policy
they have the support of the tbioking pub?
lic. It must strike them that, if a city offi?
cer is allowed or authorized to postpone for
fifteen days, or more, the payment of inter?
est on the municipal debt, a new element
comes into play which causes the city to
lose at one end what is gained at the other.
The holders or city securities ore promised
their interest on a certaia day. Many of
them have no other means of sapport than
is found in that interest When it is not
paid punctually they suffer severe priva?
tions, or must borrow, perhaps at heavy
cost, a pittance to keep body and soul
together until the city is ready to meet ils
engagements. There is, besides, the large
class of permanent investors who, knowing
the laudable purposes of the administration,
are tempted to buy city stock at ita present
low price. These are repelled by the fear
that the interest may not be paid for fifteen
days after it is due, "if so soon ;" and those
who would hold the stock, and so stiffen
the quotations, are tempted to get rid of it
and take something which pays promptly if
it does pay less.
If the city were compelled to suspend the
payment of interest by causes beyond con?
trol, we should not add to the difficulties of
the situation by clamoring for impossibili?
ties. But the city can pay, and is going to
pay ; and we believe thal it is sound econ?
omy to make arrangements to pay the in?
terest, without fall, on the day that it falls
due. .We trust that the Mayor and Council
will give Ihe matter their immediate atten?
The Poems and Life of the Late Henry
Tl m rod.
A complete edition of Timrod's Poems,
wilb an interesting Biography by Paul H.
Uayne, Esq., will be issued about the 1st
of December next, from the lina of ?. J.
Hale & Son, New York.
The work will be published by subscrip?
tion, and an active canvasser has, we under
stand, been already engaged for this etty.
It seemB hardly necessary to urge upon
our community the claims of such a writer
as Henry Tlmrod. H9 was a maj of deli?
cate yet vigorous genius, of high culture as
an artist, and, more than ail, he was a
genuine patriot, in whose verse the fame of
our South is embalmed forever. I
For this reasoD, if for no other, let our
people sbow that they appreciate bis ser?
vices, and ara determined to reward them.
Although the poet himself has passed
from earth, his widow and aleler still sur?
vive; but in circumstances so straightened
that ALL the proceeds of the present edition
of his works (should the edition prove a
success) will be given to them.
Impoverished as so many of the citizens
of Charleston are, they will not hesitate,
we trust-, to extend their aid in a case which
appeals at once to their sympathies and
Thc Old Catholic Movement.
1 The faot that Rev. Dr. Whittingham, the
Episcopal bishop of Maryland has, by invita?
tion, gone to Germany to take part in the
deliberations of the "Old Catholics" at the
conference to be held at Cologne, this month,
excites discussion. The Old Catholics, so
called, while adhering largely to the doctrines
of the Church of Rome, deny the Infallibility
of the Roman Pontiff, and also his supremacy
over other bishops, thereby occupying some?
what the same ground as the Anglican Church.
This explains why Bishop Whittingham and
other bishops of the Episcopal Church have
been invited to co-operate with them. It ls
stated that one or two of the English bishops
will attend the conference as lookers-on; act?
ing under instructions to watch any opportu?
nity that may be presented "to promote the
"cause of unity" without sacrificing tho faith
or doctrines ol the churches lrom which they
are accredited. The Evangelical parly In
England, and In this country, Beem to appre?
hend danger from this movement, and show
some Jealousy of the High Church party in
this connection. If the Old Catholics desire
to unite with the Episcopal Church, they say,
the way Is open to them at all times, without
compromise or conditions; hence they cannot
recognize the necessity of any formal nego?
tiations with them at their conference at
Cologne. They fear that the English and
American bishops, In their aspirations after
Christian unity, may be persuaded to pledge
themselves to a lowering of the Anglican
standard on some essential point of doctrine
in order to make the road easy lor the Old
Catholics-wholly In conflict with their Pro?
testant character. As the Old Catholics Billi
adhere to the confessional, the doctrine of
penance and other doctrines repugnant to the
Evangelicals, the latter seem to think that
unity with them means a half-way step to
Rome. On the whole, lt seems probable that
these suspicions and misgivings will prevent
any practical co-operation between the Episco?
palians and the "Old Catholics."
I The Jewish Tintes bears important testi?
mony as to the manner in which the Hebrew
people now regard the land of Palestine.
There has been a loosening of old iles, a dis?
carding of old beliefs, among them, and they
no longer stand ready at any moment to go
as pilgrims into that land. The hope o? an
ultimate restoration has died ont. The lime
was when all their property was portable,
such as at short warning could be sold. At
present lhere ls no hesitation among them in
Investing In real estate. Three prominent
Israelites-Professor Gratz and Messrs. Levy
Polzln and Gottschalk-have Just returned
from the Holy Land, and, says the Times,
their report ls "an additional argument
"against the folly ol encouraging the emigra?
tion of the Jews lo a country which has no
"other claim than that of a valuable inonu
"ment of the past." There are now about
sixteen thousand Israelites living in Palestine,
and "their average state of culture ls much
"below that of their fellow-religionists in
"Europe. They have no visible means of Bup
"port, and spend their lime In Idleness, pray
"lng and Talmud reading." The report further
suggests "the general elimination from all
"Jewish prayer-books of the portions refer?
eing to the hopes of Israel In the restitu?
tion of the Holy Land to the possession of
"Israel, and the rebuilding ol the temple by
"the Divine Providence." On the other baud,
four hundred rabbis have rendered a decision
that the omission of the prayer for the advent
of the Messiah and the restoration of the
sacrifices would be equivalent to a denial of
TUe Great Vienna Exhibition.
The approaching exhibition lo Vienna will
be held in the Prater. It will open on the
first ol May, 1873, and close on the thirty-first
of October In the same year. In Europe the
greatest interest ls manifested in this exhibi?
tion, and the amount ot goods Bent lrom the
East, also, will be the largest that has ever
been seen, even at ?he great fairs of Russia.
Hitherto these exhibitions have been held
only In the great western capitals. Vienna,
however, lying between the East and West,
has beyond her, lo the Immediate eastward, a
population of twenty-four millions. Looking
back upon the mighty results which have ac?
crued from the International Exhibitions of
ISM, 1855, 1862 and 1867, the Immense Influx
of strangers from far and near, the widened
sympathies, the assimilation of Ideas and of
foreign languages which resulted from them,
lt will be easy to conceive that the effects on
the East of an exhibition of tills kind In the
Austrian capital can hardly fall lo be much
greater, even, than those realized in England
and France. Hitherto sympathy with this ex?
hibition has been rather lacking, lt would
seem, in America and England, and yet the I
interests ol the two countries are deeply in?
volved. There Is yet a vast market to be
opened in European Turkey alone lor agri?
cultural Implements, machinery of all kinds,
cheap clothe, hardware, and many other
British and American manufactures, and en?
terprising capitalists would do well to direct
their attention to the matter.
DOCTOR VANDYKE. A Novel. By Joo. Esten
Cooke. Author ot the Virginia Comedians,
Ac. D. Appleton & Co. Charleston: Holmes's
Book House and Fogarile's Depository.
This ls a well-conceived Btory of colonial
life In Virginia; the Incidents are striking and
the Interest Is well maintained. What Matthew
Arnold would call the "Journeyman work" of
the book ls poorly done, and the words put in
the mouths of some ol the characters fit them
as well as a dame's farthingale would a hoy?
den of sixteen. Dr. Vandyke, the principal
character, ls vigorously sketched, but for so
wise and self-contained a mun he talks puro
drivel. It is an attractive novel all the same.
Mr. Cooke would write belter, if lie wrote
Paper. Price 75 cents.
TUB WHITE ROSE. By G. J. Whyte Melville.
Author ol Uarchedon, the Gladiators, ?tc.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. Charleston:
Holmes's Book House.
In this novel Mr. Melville deals with mod?
ern life, giving Semiramis and Cesar a rest.
The dialogues are bright, and lhere are bite of
capital descriptive wrlllDg. There ls more
complexity than freshness in the plot, but,
once begun, the Btory is pretty sure to b?
read faithfully to the end.
Cloth. Pp. 357. Price$125.
MICHAEL FARADAT. By J. H. Gladstone, Ph.
!>., F. R. 8. New York: Harper & BrotherB.
Charleston: Fogarile's Depository.
The story of the Hie of Faraday, as told by
Dr. Gladstone, forms at once a charming nar?
rative and a graceful tribute to the Illustrious
physicist. The biographer's task has evident?
ly been 'A labor of love.
Cloth. Pp. 223. Price 00 cents.
Tua OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. By Charles Dickens.
Illustrated by Thomas Worth. New York:
Harper & Brothers. Charleston: Fogartle'a
Of all the American editions of Dickens,
this "Household Edition': which the Harpers
are now publishing ls the best adapted for
thoroughly comfortable and satisfactory read?
ing. The print Is all that could be desired;
the illustrations are excellent and numerous,
and yet the volumes are cheap. Cloth. Pp.
233. Price $1; paper 95 cents.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4. K. OP P.
Attend Semi-Monthly Communication, at
Pytblau Halt. Tnis EVENING, at hair past 7
o'clock. Members and Candidates will please be
By order W. C. J. C. RIPLEY,
IRISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB,
Attend the Regular Meeting at Hibernian
llall THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order. JAMES A. MURRAY,
sepl? Secretary L Y. R. C.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-THE REG?
ULAR Monthly Meeting or this Olnb will be
held THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
THOS. FROST, Jr.,
sepl7 * . Secretary and Treasurer.
AEOLINA INDEPENDENT BOAT)
CLUB.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
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o'clock. B. J. HOWLAND, JR.,
sepi7* Secretary and Treasurer.
GENf BOY to serve in a Retail store.
Apply at No. .183 king street._sepl71?
WANTED, A LAD ABOUT 15 YEAHS
old. Apply at No, 114 Meeting street,
next Ice House. _aepl72*
WANTED, A LAD 10 OR 12 YEARS
old, to assist la a Fruit Store. Recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 407 king
COOK AND WASHER WANTED FOR A
small ramily. Apply at No. 164 ?albonn
street, west end. sepl7-2*
WANTED, A WHITE LAD, TO AT?
TEND in a Billiard Saloon. Apply corner
Klug and Society stree a._Bepl7-1?
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK
and Washer (colored) to go to New York.
Relerrnce required. Apply no.thweat corner
Klug and Morris atreetB._sepl7-2?
HOUSE WANTED, IN A CENTRAL
location, with rent not to exceed $500 per
year. Address A. B" Lock Box 62, charleston, S.
WAN1ED, A COMPETENT PERSON
to cook and wash for a small family.
Must be well recommended. White preferred.
Apply at No. is Rutledge street. Geod wages
will be given._aep 17-2
TO PRINTERS.-A STEADY, REHA-1
BLE, Practical Printer, capable or taking
charge of a cooa try newspaper office, can fini a
situation by applying Immediately by letter,
stating terms, Ac, to thl? otUce. Address Pub?
lishers Marlboro' Times, Bennettsvllie, S. 0.
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
woman to cook and, wash lor a family of
four persons. Apply at No. 6 Rutledge street,
corner or Queen. sepio-2
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BOOK- I
KEEPER to take charge or a fnli set or
BOOKS in a wholesale house om of the city. Salary
liberal fir one who can furnish satisfactory
reference SB to capacity and good character. Ad
I dress W" through P. O._eepl6-2
WANTS A SITUATION BY THE 20TH
m B tant, a strictly sober, trustworthy man,
as Assistant Salesman or light Porter-Watchman.
Has had experience in the feed and pruvlalon
business, groceries, Ac. Address "-l ti zen."
AYOUNG MAN, WITH SEVERAL
years' experience as head Bookkeeper and
Paymaster lu a large niauuracturlog concern,
alive, accurate und thorough, and who folly un
derate ods I.is buMne&a, desiree a position of Bimi
lar trust and responsibility. The highest refer
euces as to ability and siaudlog. Married. Par?
ties requiring the teivices of a first-class mau,
may address D. A. J., care Room 18,229 Broad?
way, N. Y. sepl2-l2
?oQt anb Souno.
Five dollars reward will be paid If left at Na
12 Meeting street._sepl7-l?
PICKED UP ADRIFT OFF MORRIS
IMand, a Flat. The owner can have the
same by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply to Lighthouse Keeper, Morris island.
sepl7 3? _
ANEWFOUNDLAND DOG WAS FOUND
asl ray last Sunday night, and its owner can
gut it by proving pitherty and paying expenses.
Apply lu Logan street, second house trom Broad.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE Na 10 VERNOS
street, or six rooms. Heat moderate. Ap
[ ply at No. 2 Alken'a Row._sepl7-l*
110 RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
. STREET, next to Singer oi?ce, suitable for
Dry Goods or Boots and shoes. Apply to Singer
Sewing Machine Company. auginbatu
STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE,
Kalmia Berry, railed by Mr. J. H. JONSON,
which took prize at our Floral Fair tn the spring,
flauta by the 1000 at low prices, at the South
Carolina Seed and Agricultural warehouse, No.
353 Klug btreet, Sign Plungh. BLUM A MILLER.
MULES AND HORSES JUST ARRIVED
atK. OAKMAN'SSTABLK. NO. 85 church
street, uear Broad street. Low for cash or city
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJKN, sou of the late Henry
uijen, for Seventy-ave Dollars. Wui be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S._aug27
FOR SALE, HOUSE, LOT AND GRIST
MILL, No. 2? Columbus street. Lot 6i> feet
iront by 205 deep. Apply at the place.
HAY FOR SALE IN BALES OR LOOSE,
lu any quantity to ault purchasers, at the
following prices: loose, $1; baled, $125. Deliv?
ered on Sullivan's Island, $1 60 per cwt. Apply to I
W. HUNT, No. 42 Market street, or at the four
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE ANO BOILER, In lair
order. Price, $500. Also, a lot or SHAFTING),
Pulleys, Ac, at a bargain, CAMERON, BARK?
LEY A co. _ang22 thatu
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being about to leave tne State,
orrers for Baie that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract, situated tn Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branoh, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The line or the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular Saw
Min ol Dr. J. c. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion ol the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge of the
body of Umber, and the locality ls remarkably
The timbered portion (719 acres) presents as
Une a body of virgin forest as the eye can meet
with tn this State, varying from the smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no liner opportunity has ever
been presented or realizing a fortune, as they
have the option or shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rall.
Fur further particulars, apply to thc subscriber,
or to ll. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
! Wltliston, So. ca. in whose hands aro tho titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca, August lat, 1872.
' sep9 lmo_ _R, N. MILLER.
JJENEREY'd IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed, steel Blades and other parts furnished, hy
SMITH A VALK,
aug30-lmo East end Hasel street.
rJIHE MARION STAB,
Published In one or the best agricultural sec?
tions of the Slate, and having a large and In?
creasing circnianon among the planters and
business men, oner its Columns to the Factors,
Merchants and other business men or Charleston
as the best medium through which they can com?
municate with the Plauters and Merchants of the
Peedee Country. Business Cards and other Ad?
vertisements inserted on liberal terms .
Address W. J. McKERALL,
8ep7 irao Marlon, s. C.
WHEELER * WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjust lug and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER 4 WILSON M4NUF'G CO.,
apr6-iyr Na 209 King street.
piEE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP BROOKLYN' NEW TORE.
Casa Capital and Aiisets.$1,868,589 97
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORE.
Cash Capital and Aisets.$1,365,111 72
ANDES 1 S'S CR A! J CE COMPANY,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Cash Capital and Aisets.$1,234,000 67
OVER FOOR MILLION DOLLARS ASSETS,
At Cash Market Ylanatlons.
RISKS TAKEN, as heretofore, In the above first
class and highly responsible Companies.
8. Y. TUPPER, Agent,
In Planters' .ind Mechanics' Bank,
sepl2-thstnlme East Bay street.
E INS (J RANGE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, havl ig Increased tbeir INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the A|-ency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOMX, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Fol?eles In the above named
Companies at as low rat? as any other flratcUss
Companies. E. Sb BRING A CO.,
sep6-3mos No. 14 Broad street.
Sailarmg, ?Elotrjmg,, #c.
J^TBTN RITJG H E I M E R,
No. 141 KINO STREET,
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respe ct lu ny inform his friends that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock cr the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a f?ll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS.
INO and Day 8ch<ol for Yonng Ladles, at No.
58 Basel street. Offers facilities1 for Instruction In
the nsnal branches of English Education; also In
the Modern Language* Drawing, Palming, Vocal
and Instrumental Music ExeiclseB will be re?
sumed october 1. sepl7-lmo
NO. 44 BBJ.UTAIN STREET,
The Exercises of thc above SCHOOL will be re?
sumed on TUESDAY, thu 1st of October next.
The Exercises of thin Instltn'lon will open the
the First Monday In October._sep!2-a
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Miss MARY, ANN H CIE, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that ano will
open a Select Finishing school ID Alleen, second
tonone In the country. Everything taught In
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and Instru?
mental Music. Drawing, Palming, Wax, French,
Oerman and Spanish. Latin and Music, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. BUIE.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER?
ING at the Rensrelaer Polytechnic lnatu ute,
Troy, N. Y. Instructions very practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed lc, this country. Graduates
obtain excellent positions. Reopens September
ll. For Annual Reg ster, containing improved
course of Study am full particulars, add'ess
Prof. CHAS, DROWN il, Director. auglJ-lmo
MISS V. MURD EN WILL (D. V.) RE
OPEN her Behool on October 1st Rev. J
W. MILES will give Lessons in Literature and
Belles-Lettres, and Mr. ALEXANDER In Algebra.
Miss MURDEN will foi m a Class for Young Ladles
who wish to attend tl ree times a week to receive
Instruction In the higher branches. Jnlyi6-mi2
Joint Stuck (LTomponrj.
0"^Fl:?ULUr^I?',FLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 161-MUNDAY MORNING, Sept. 16.
CLASS NO. 162-MONDAY EVENING, Sept 16.
12 - 77-20-47-30-24-60-44-15-61-49-64
seplT A. M (JIU sO, Sworu Commissioner.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUME1IT STREET, BALTIMORE
MU., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
nitlclently furnished ulta baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tour of pleas ui e
the coming -tenon. The cars rou within a square
of the bouse. Coachus at all the stations. E. V.
WKHTOOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4moa
IX tm I nun eui io nu.
JJYMNAITOF"THIB^C HI?R CHT
We are prepared Mi furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices, A variety of
styles; prices from too, soc, 76o, $1, and up?
FOGARTIE'S ROOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 26.
LIFE AND TIMES CF REV. JOHN WESLEY, by
Tyerman, Vol. 1, $2 to.
A new supply of Bishop Huntington's Helps tc
a Holy Lent, $126.
The Hidden Life of the s jul, from the French,
by tne author of "A I<omlnlcan Artist," AC, (I 60.
Troth and Trust, Lessons of the War; lour Ar?
dent sermons by Henry Alford, D. D., $1.
Meditations on thc Miracles of Christ, by Rev.
J. S. Howson, Dean cf Chester, $1 60.
Legends of the Pat riarchs and Prophets, by S.
Baring Gould, M. A., $2.
Lamps, Pitchers ar d Tram nets, Lectures on the
Vocation of the Preacher, Illustrated by Anec?
dotes, Biographical, Historical and Elucidatory,
of every order of Pulpit Eloquence, from tue
Great Preachers of all ages, by E. Paxtou Hood,
two volumes in one, tl 76.
Half Truths and T mph, Lectures on the Origin
and Development ol Prevailing Forms of Un?
belief, considered In relation to the nature and
claims of the christi m system, by Rev. J. M. Man?
ning, D. V., $2.
"Uhrlst ls AIL? bj the Rev. Henry Law, Dean
of Gloucester, or tn : Gospel or the Pentateuco,
viz: Genesis, Exodis, Leviticus, Numbers aud
Deuteronomy, each 8L
Ministering children and Sequel, by Mrs.
Charlesworth, Red Line Eaitlon, Beautifully Illus?
trated, in one volume, small quarto, $4.
Macdnffa New Brok, "saint Paul in Rome,"
the Teachings, Fellowships, and Dying Testimony
ot the Great Apostle la the City or the Casars, ny
J. H. Macduff, D. D., $1 zs.
Sermons for Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ous Tract society, $1 so.
Bede's Charity, br Hesba Stretton, author or
"Max Kramer," "Alone In London," Ac, $1 60.
Public and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
or the use or Reading duos, Ac, by Monroe
Science Record for 1872, a compendium of
Scientific Progress a ad Discovery daring the past
year, with Illustrations, edited bv E. A. Beach,
Heart-Throbs of Eminent Authors, compiled by
Wm. Uardcastle Browne, A. M., $160.
Tue Southern Poems of the War, coiled u .'.nd
ranged by Miss Emily V. Mason, of Virginia, $2.
NEW NOVELS, AO.
Love'.s of Arden, ty M. E. Braddon, 76c.
Kate Beaumont, by J. w. Deforest. 76c
Two Family Mothers, by Marie Sophie schwartz,
How Will lt Endf by Heywood, $1 60.
More Than She Contd Bear, a Story of the \
Gachup?n War in Texas, by Hesper Ken bow,
ought We to Visit Her ? by Annie Thomas, $176.
The Sylvesters, by the author or "Kitty," 4c,
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KINO STREET (in the Bend,)
mchio-tuths Charleston, S. u.
Bnige at lDt)oLesaU.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU
. MATIC SYRUP,
warranted under oatli never to have failed- to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimon?ala or core,
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media. Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wife of Rev. j. B. Davis, Blehtstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor JennlcgB and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Oreeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersoy; ex-Senaior stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to core or money refunded.
DB. GEO. OA?LIER, Agent,
Julyl-lyr Charleston. S. 0.
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,
I RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE,
EXHILARATING TO THE BODY,
I And ls the most popular Bitters now before the
public. Try lt and be convinced.
^"OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the cure or Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dy Apeala and Sick Headache, and aa a Cathartic
and Antt-Bilionfl Pill have no superior.
?^OISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A delightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the Juice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
jyj-OISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, tn all caaes, lt ls really a specific, and In
the best and most palatable form to give
...MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IN CSE.
A barrel of Flour makes forty poands more of
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER.
Used lu all the principal Hotels, Boarding
Houses, and many families in this city.
jy^OISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW
DEBS ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great
care, ir you desire to Improve and keep your
Stock healthy and In good order, use them.
Prepared from the beat material. For sale by the
gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of all kinds, full
utreugth and flavor, by the dozen or pound.
AU the above prepared and sold by
DOW IE, MOISE * DAVIS,
may 3i-f tuGmoB Charleston, S. C.
Dru QB ano ifleb innes.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. H. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power. &c
Elixir ?lnchonta Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferra ted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerlanate or Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine Of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
>yrup of Hypophosphltes (for Consumption, Bron?
Beef, Wine, Iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, cotalnlng Vanilla, Tola, AC.
Elixir Taraxacum comp. This ts a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics, lt ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, it ls merni aa a vehicle
and ror masking the bitter taste of Quinine,
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phoaph. Quinine, Iron and strychnia, (Alt.
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, AC.
EUX, Valerlanate of strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a full Une or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all ot which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, Na m Meeting street,
mob28-d*wsmna Charleston. S. o.
BEEP, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON" AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting luto general use, especially in
cases of delicate females and child ten. They may
be had or DR. H. BAER,
No. 1S1 Meeting street.
A full Block of Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations, always kept on
wu IXE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenorler White sulphur springs
For Bale by DB. H. BAER,
Na 181 Meeting street.
The real, genuine, Imported article, In
dur?rent styles, comprising:
Joseph Antoni Farina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (Francois Marie Farina.)
Also, a very superior Cologne, of my own man?
ufacture, put up lu all styles.
Give lt a trial. DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street.
? H AS .nLT?^B?^RO O D,
STEAM TURPENTINE DIBTILLEBY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
?fif-HIghest prices poid in Cash for Ornde Turpen?
JQ A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to Inform hlB friends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
(J! T. CHAPEAU * CO.,
DK ALEES AND DISTIL LKB3 OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
0HABLB8T0K, S. a .
The highest prices paid for Crude.
. ..-?-i'.i'iiiihjiy i
?roreneo, ?iqtwre, 8c.
" 2C? rolls BEXGAL B?CGING
250 rolls u. unie Anchor Bagging
io rolls sea Island Bagging-heavy
6 boxes Twine, 2 and 8 Ply
200 bois.' Rosendale Cement
200 bu ml lea Universal Cotton Ties
25 cori? Manilla Rone
20 coils K-mtucky Rope.
AU for t-ale low.
scpn i ; ROACH A MOFFETT.
Packages Obolce Family FLOUR
Packages Extra FamUT Floor
Packages Soper Flour.
In Bair. Quarter and Eighth Sacks. ?
For sale by . W.B. SMITH A CO.,
jp RIME FEED OATS.
2000 bushels Prime Heavy Feed OATS.
For sale by W. B. SMITH A-00.,
sepi7_ Namer's Bange.
QHOIOE STRIPS, CHOICE STRIPS, 4c
9 bbls. Choice STRIPS
1 bbL Obolce Shoulden.
Jost landing and for sale by B. BOYr>, > .
sepl7-toth2_No. 183 East Bay.
^PPLES, ONIONS AND POTATOES. '
70 bbls. Fall Pippin APPLES
21 bbls. Red Onions
60 bbls. 3. w. Potators.
Landing from Steamship Champion and for
8ft,e by %. BOTO,
sepn-i_ No. 188 East Bay.
?JOALI COAL! COAL I T'
NOW LANDING PER SCHOONER E. 0. ROM?
480 tons superior RED ASH EGO, fotParlor
use. Stove ana Chestnut /or Cooking Rinses.
White Ash, for Steam Engines and Foundries,
delivered ac lowest market prices, by a^ljhig gt
sepia_Corner Hasel and East Bay.
Q_ ?NN Y B AGOING.
26 bales of Good G?SNY BAGGTN?
60 rous or Good Ganny Bassina:
75 Pate tit d Gunny Bagging
76 Patched Bagging.
For sale by KINSMAN * HOWELL,
sepl2 thtnt_No. 128 Batt Bay..
gTRAWBERRY PLANTS. 7
100,000 Summer STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
For sale ry H. W. KINSMAN,
sepl2-tnthl6_Na 1? East Bay.
.pfAYI HAY I HAY! ~~ ~
60 tons o' HAY can be deUvered any part of
tile city. Apply to H. W, K1S8MAN.
sepi2-tntn8_ Na 128East Bay. ' -
gEEDS! SEEDS I
South carolina Seed Rye.
Red Rust-proof Oats.
For sale by JOHN CAMPS EN A 00.
septio-tnthsimo_,-. .. y rJ-.i-ZZ
Q.EO. W. WILLIAH8 4 GO.,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH, OR AP?
PROVED PAPER :
1,000 rolls Heavy Dsmestic BAGGING
100 bales Gunny Bagging .
10,000 bandies Cotton Ties
600 bags Rio Java and Laguayra Coffee ' j
400 bbls. Helloed Sagan
60 hh?s. Demerara and Porto Rico Bogart
200 hfids. Reboiled Molasses ? :
l.ooo kegs Nails-assorted sues
600 boxes Adamantine Candles
l.ooo sacks salt , .*vn
loo randa, c. R. and Dry Sal: Bacon
loa bbls. Leaf Lard , -
600 bbls. Kirrar-Family, Extra and Super
Orange Rifle Powder, Shot, Lead, starch,
_Soaps, Ac Jnly>tt-tu4fios
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Inst received, a large supply of the above Each
bottle contains foor pounds or the best Beef, ex?
clusive or fat; can be. used with cold.or wann
water; also can be taken with Oodllvar ou, and
destroys the taste of the OH.
Tn o only food for delicate children.
Thia is much superior to the "Extractor Beet,"
heretofore offered to the public, as will be foond
npon trial For sale by Dr. H. RAER,
Jun7 No. 181 Meeting street.
GROCERIES 1 If
We are now receiving our fall and winter stock
comprising a fnll assortment of
I TEAS, SUGARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Familien in the country will find it to theL' In?
terest to entrust orden to our care. Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTENTION
TO COUNTRY ORDERS," we now have the larg?
est coun try trade of any retail dealer In the city.
WE SELL YOD GOODS AT WHOLESALE
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOB DELIVER?
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEREBY
MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT?
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GB 0 C BS Y.
WE MALL SAMPLES OP TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT ,
LY. SEND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVB US A
Address * '
BOX NO. 383,
CHARLESTON, B. 0.