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No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. 0
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1872.
XE JV S OF THE DAT.
-The apple crop of New Jersey ls the beBt
they Have h ad fo r years.' ' ?
-Prof. John Tyndai, the celebrated natural
lit, intends to visit this country In October.
' -George A. Tinsley, who killed Isaac S.
Dner, formerly of Baltimore, at Freeport,
Gloucester County, Va., on the 1st ol August,
was acquitted ny the Jury after an absence of
'only a few minutes. Doer had informed Dr.
. Philip Spindle, residing near Freeport, that'
Tinsley bad seduced Miss Spindle, his daught?
er, and that was the cause of the killing. The
parties, were suitors for Miss Spindle's hand.'
- -A- number ol women in San Francisco
have jost started the Woman's Pacific ^ 'bush?
ing Company, and had it duly incorporated,
with a capital bf twenty-five thousand dollars,
all of which ls contributed by the gentler sex.
Ita officers, superintendent and business
agents are all women, its i y pe- Be ttl n g is done
by women, and in fact all the work ol the es?
tablishment, with a few necessary exceptions,
ls performed by lovely women.
~ --A contemporary publishes the following
matrimonial statistics : Sbakspeare was mar?
ried at 18; Dante, Franklin and Bulwer at 24;
Kapler, Mozart and Walter Scott ot 26; Wash
lngton, Napoleon I and Byron at 27; Rossini
the first time at SO, and the second time at 54
Schiller and Weber at 31; Aristophanes at 36
Wellington at 37; Talma at 39; Luther at t?; Ad
dinon at 44; Yoong at 47 ; Swift at 49; Buffon at jj
55, "and Goethe at 57.
-Among the supplemental exhibitions
?which, will oe formed in connection with the'
Vienna Universal Exhibition of 1873 Is to- be:
one showing what steps have been taken since:
1851-the date of the first London Exhibition ]
-in the utilization of substances previously j
regirded as waste. On the one hand will be j
Bli own the' waste produc?s lu all the Industrial j
precesses Included In the forthcoming exhibi?
tion; on toe other hand,'.the useful products j
which have been obtained from such wastes]
since 1851. Th te ls Intended to serve as an in
conti vs to farther researches in the same im
.^^^iomewbat breezy Individual named
James Kelly was recently arrested and locked
up lu a Biltlmore .station-house by himself;
but soon the turnkey war tartied by a com?
bination of voices, as if tl 9 . dil was filled wlih,
variegated humanity. The .drat voice which j
attracted his Attention was that of a female, i
whoy. rind In Irish brogue, said, or rather j
screamed: "Oh, ye baste, would ye be after
^ hugging me, a lone widow, with no onb here
to -protect herr This waa followed by a|
soirnd resembling a person being slapped in
the' face, and an apology : "Miss, I meant no
offence'; I beg your pardon." The turnkey
hastened to tho cell from which the conversa
tlon proceeded, and was greatly astonished to
find Kelly aea,te it In a corner or the room ap?
parently asleep. Puzzled at what he had
heard, the turnkey slowly walked away from
the cell,' and In five minutes afterwards he
beard a German and negro in an altercation,
each man 'taking turns in beraliog one ano?
ther.' 'Atter this had been kept up well
through" the hight, the turnkey stole upon
Kelly unawares and found him Indulging in
most extraordinary ventriloquists perform?
ances, having evidently enjoyed his confine- j
ment far he Uer than his captors did.
- : -Enoch. Arden cases have so multiplied
that they seem to be a part of life's common
experience; so mnch so that the public are
giving Tennyson less and less credit for ori?
ginality, in the plot of bis gracefully-told tale.
Something-the nearest like it has been dis?
closed in Ohio, where about eighteen years
ago a young man married, lived with his wife
lor a year or two, and then went away in a
speculative venture, promising to be gone
not more than a couple of weeks. His weeks
extended to months and they to years, and
still no tidings came to the sorrowing wife,
wno, finally, listen i Dg to the advice of friends,
accepted7 a wealthy man in the place and was
married to him. About Bix years ago a man
esme into' the town and wandered about the
place. He then went to the village hotel and
asked what had become of Mrs. P-. Learn?
ing her, story he went away, but not long ago
the lady rec?;-?d a telegram saying if she
wished to see her ?rat husband to come to
Newcastle, Penn. She did so, taking her sec?
ond husband with ber, and found "Enoch" on
bis death bed. He told ber the tale of his
hardships and disappointments; how he strug-1
glad and failed, resolved not to return until
be could with a competence. When he did so
be found her as has been described, and
quietly went away. By his will his property
went to his Wife and children.
- -JL'tale' of Incredible. horror comes to us,
from Illinois. It 1B well for the journalistic j
mind that'lt ls not often called upon to de?
scribe an event of such Inky sad unmitigated
gloom. The time was August, the skies were
far, when, seated In a raliway car, a bright,
blooming, bashful and beautiful young bridal j
pair went forth from Peoria on the first stage j
of that Journey which ends, lt may be, In the
grave, or haply In Chicago. The husband of
an hour was all pride and tenderness; the j
bride all bonnet and blushes. As the slow j
train moved from the station, the fair young !
being incfta tlous'.y put her head out ol the win- ;
dow, perchance to scent the morning breeze,
like Hamlet's lather's ghost, perchance to
wave a last farewell to the weeping friends of
ber girlhood. Too, too fatal moment ! A tel?
egraph pole did not decapitate] her;-no, ah
not That were )oy compared to- Has?
tily bringing ber head within the car, she j
burled an agonized face in her hands. The
terrified bridegroom ls said to have instantly
expressed 'himself, with great presence of |
mind, in this touching and memorable lan?
guage: "What was lt, darling ? What fright- j
ened It, dear? Tell its own hobby! What'
makes lt cry r> What, Indeed, 0 vicious Fate L
She had dropped a lovely and expensive set
of teeth oat ol the window. She never smiled
again-until she had seen a dentut
-The Hew York Tribune gives somelnter
.stlng details of the sinking of the Vander?
bilt track, a gigantic enterprise, involving an
expenditure of six million dol?an
work has been begun, and the track
BunklTom the Union Depot to Hariet
Laborers are now employed In the ere
bridges "to be built at 46lb, 46th, 47th f
streets. From 49th street to the ri
track will pass through three kinds
nels, the subterranean, the overgn
pillar, and the natural rock tunnels,
wfil be constructed in accordance v,
topographical requirements. The tum
be fifty leet in width, and divided inl
compartments. The middle comparten
be twenty-five feet wide, and will co ni
two tracks of the main road as now le
side funnels will cover the tracks of th<
Rapid Transit Road, the eastern dlvlsl
lng the track for northern bound cs
the western dlvlalonlfor Inward bound
Each of these side tunnels will be twe!
in width. The Rapid Transit Road wi
with the main track at Fifty-sixth stree
road will begin lo descend at Fort
street, and thence to Fifty-ninth stn
be spanned by bridges at every cross
thus forming an overground tunnel,
will be supplied by air and light by op
at the top and side at a distance of fori
From Seventy-ninth street to Elgbty-sl:
the excavations are to be made abc
feet below the established grade of tl
way. At, Seventy-ninth street the ?
lions will be about fourteen feet,
Eighty-first street about thirty feet.
'tv li o Bribed the Senate?
Jadge Melton, in a letter which \
found in another part of to-day's NEI
plies lojjhe letter of Mr. Reuben Tomi
in regard to the alleged complicity
latter in the notorious bribery by t
which the State Se?alo was persuat
pass the famous Phosphate bill ov
Governor's veto. Ic will be noticed th
charge, as re-stated by Judge Melton, i
somewhat in foi n, though little in
and substance, from that which elicit!
flat and specific denial of Mr. Tomli
If the Bolters' candidate should" see
plead "not guilty" to the charge nov
tioctly and formally made by his ace
the issue.of veracity will be fairly ma
between himself and the candidate for
arer on the "regular" ticket. Tho
Senators who voted "aye" on the fina
sage are surely able to settle lhat is;
the satisfaction of all parties not i m mei
ly concerned. Let us have their Testio
Ttl? Proposed Convention.
It is galling to the surprised travel!
sit still while bandits rifle his trunks
make free with- his money-bag; but, as
as there is a pistol at either ear, and a i
net behind, there is no use in making e
turban ce. This Is. very, much the. poa
of tho Conservative voters in Sooth (
Itu a; with the difference, however, that
may save something by not trying to
everything. It is not surprising, nndei
circumstances, that a chivalrous newsp
like the Columbia Carolinian should
that the Conservatives occupy "a hum
"ting position." This is a natural tkoa?
bat the practical , fact is tbat, for once,
whites have sacrificed sentiment to Be
They would rather "pick up the eran
than have no bread. The Carolinian
vises a policy "more in keeping with
"manly instincts of a spirited DOODIO."
proposes that a joint Democratic and Llb
Republican Convention be held in Ocle
"for the purpose of decidiog upon i
"coarse of action which beBt befits onr
"terests, and the cause of genuine refori
Sorely the real "manly instinct" is t
which makes the best of the situation, i
the election o? one good man, as far ai
goes, is "genuine reform."
The proposed Convention ia to be calle?
Conservative Convention, but, to all inte
and purposes, it would be a Democrc
Convention. All citizens of Sooth Cu
lino, who are not members of the J
publican party, are known aa Democrs
and any movement which is not Republic!
in fact and in name, is stigmatized by I
Radicals as Democratic. The name Ci
servative would add nothing to the streng
of the Convention ; nor would the co-ope
tion of a corporal's guard of Liberal I
publicans give it greater force. The call i
the Convention would be treated as the iii
step towards nominating a State ticket, a
this, if tho press represent pnblic opinio
the people are resolved not to do.
It is trnly said by the Carolinian tb
neither of the Radical State tickets now I
fore the public is entitled to public sappot
The Convention, therefore, could not coi
mit the Conservatives to a united suppo
ol either ticket This throws the Oonve
tion back to doing nothing, which can t
done without its help; or to nominating
third ticket, which would be fraught wil
There is no manliness ia fighting for tt
sake of fighting. And there can hardly t
found, in Sooth Carolina, an intelligent ma
bold enoogh lo-assert that a third tickt
would stund the ghost of a chance of bein
elected. As soon as the ticket was ai
nounced the Bolters would withdraw froi
the contest-they might be glad of an ei
cuse for throwing upon the Conservative
the responsibility or the election of Stat
and county olllcers o? the same infamou
kind as those who were elected two year
ago. Tho very holding of the proposei
Convention insures the election of th
Moses ticket, without any of the local gain
which, ic the absence or a third State ticket
may be secured.
In the opinion of the Carolinian the poli
cy of supporting one or other of the Radica
tickets, "just as it may be practicable t(
"make a good bargain, in the matter ol
"county officers and members of the Legis?
lature" will "produce disappointment and
"end in failure." Then, that failure will be
due to the apathy or dullness of the Con?
servative voters. We know that the rival
factions are already bidding for the white
vote, and that this competition will give
many counties better county officers and
members of the Legislature than they have
had since the beginning of reconstruction.
Every advantage or this sort will be abso?
lutely thrown away, if there be a Conserva?
tive or Democratic State Convention.
We are confident that the Carolinian is
not obstinate in its opinions, and that its
motives are high and pure; but we trust
that the Conservative voters will speedily
give unmistakable expression to the opinion
that any State Convention, for any purpose,
would be unwise in itself, injurious to
the trae interests of ihe State, and totally
destructive of every hope of accomplishing
any local refqrm.
How ls this for Reform ?
Mr. Collector Clark is one o? the chief
cooks of "The True Republican" movement,
professedly inaugurated in the iotercsl o? re?
form. "We have already noticed the playful
expedient by which the Customhouse em?
ployees were all coaxed into contributing a
slice of their salaries tobelpon "the cause,"
and although the disclosure of the fact in
THE NEWS caused a terrible rrttling among
tho "True Republican" dry bones, there is
not one of the small army of reluctant offi?
cial contributors who lias bad tbe hardihood
to deny tbat the assessment was actually
levied. We now bear, on equally good
anthority, that two colored Customhouse
employees, Cyrus Gaillard and W. H. Thomp
r-ju by name, have for the past two or three
months been employed exclusively in can?
vassing for and organizing the Bolters'
party. It ia not to be wondered at, perhaps,
that Federal officials in South Carolina
should, in many things, choose to ape the
rascalities of their master in Washington;
but we respectfully call the attention of
President Grant to the startling fact that
salaries paid out of Uncle Sam's capacious
pocket are thus being used to defeat the
blessed "Regular" Republican ticket in the
loyal State of South Carolina. If he can
stand this style of Civil Service Reform, so
can we. _ _ _
The Dogs of St. Bernard.
This is not only an iconoclastic, but a real?
istic age. Men not only trample down old
forms and ceremonies,but the most beautiful
traditions are critically scrutinized and rulh
' lessly depreciated by modern writers and
travellers. The "pious monks of St. Bernard"
are known to us all for their kind hearts and
charitable lives, but chiefly endeared by those
acts In which an humble ally plays a noble
part Ever with their name ls associated the
scene where "the traveller, by the faithful
"hound, half-burled In the snow, was found."
And now this picture, too, is clouded over.
The monks are still ready to stretch out hos?
pitable hands from their bleak abode. The
travellers are more numerous than ever, but,
sad to say, the brute instincts of the dogs can?
not be ?trained to comprehend the difference
between the bona fide objects of their care
and the worthless peregrinating nuisances
who infest the locality. It ls slated that
"French correspondents who have settled on
"Mount Saint Bernard complain that lately
.'they do not find the dogs of that locality so
"discerning as fame has reported. They ob
"ject to being rescued by quadrupeds in tbe
"snow when they seek lt for the express pur
"poseof keeping cool; they have some dlfli
"cully in making the animals understand that
"they don't want to be saved or violently
"dragged by their clothes to the good fathers,
"who have a way of rubbing them over with
"spirits, when heat ls the very thing they are
"trying to avoid." This statement ls Bad, but
conclusive. We can no more respect the St.
Bernard dog, who sees no difference and
makes no distinction between a frozen wan?
derer and a French correspondent, than the
pointer who straightens his tall lor sparrows
or wastes his time in hunting field-larks.
Tile Shipbuilding Industry.
"It ls an Ul wind that blows no one any
"good" ls an old proverb, of the truth of
whloh we continually find new examples.
Thus we see that one of the most serious pres?
ent troubles ot Great Britain ls likely to result
in material benefit to the shipbuilding trade of
Ihe United StateB. The New York Shipping
List says: The check put upon iron ship?
building In Great Britain by the material ad?
vance in the three principal elements of cost
labor, coal and iron-together with the im?
proved aspect of tbe carrying trade all over
the world, has already Imparted an Impetus
to shipbuilding in Maine. A merchant of this
city, Just returned from a tour of our north?
east coast, states that there ls a large number
of vessels ol tbe small and medium class In
course of construction, and that many yards
tbat have been abandoned for ten or a dozen
years are about to be resuscitated. Those who
bave taken the ground that the days of pro?
fitable wooden sailing ships have passed,
never to return, will probably have reason to
change their minds before they are much
older. Congress afforded a little relief to
shipbuilders at the last session, and at the
next we feel persuaded they will afford Billi
more; for not alone the maritime interests,
but government itself, would prodt by the re?
habilitation of the shipbuilding industry of the
country. _ _
The Kev. Dr. Fuller.
It ls pleasant to know that the Baltimore
Baptists have built for the Dr. Ful 1er spoken
of in the following paragraph taken from the
Boston Era, a church of white marble, in
which he now preaches. No higher encour?
agement than ls found In the career of Dr.
Fuller could be given to young men who are
j called to the ministry:
I Professor Hern?n Lincoln, D. D., of the New
I ton Theological Institution, preached at the
First Baptist church of Wickford, R. I., on
Sunday, September 1. The sermon was on the
the "Power of Thought," and In the course of
his remarks he related the conversation be?
tween the distinguished Rev. Richard Puller;
D. D., of Baltimore, and Dr. Preston, o? South
Carolina, at the time of his (Mr. Fuller's) con?
version, which was listened lo with marked
Interest by the entire audience. Dr. Fuller,
previous to his conversion, waa one of the
most promising young lawyers of all the South,
from one of (he firetlamllies of South Carolina,
with brilliant political prospects, and at the
time of his conversion bad Just been admitted
to the bar, but, lor the love he bore his Mas?
ter, threw away lils golden luture to enter a
life which seemed to bis friends to be one of
cruel confinement. The earnest entreaties
for him to reconsider made no impression on
lils fixed mind. Where is he to-day? Did
Fame shut her doors against him when be
entered the ministry? No! to-day he is one of
the most eloquent preachers in our land, fore?
most, a pillar of strength In his denomination.
The Boole Trade.
The annual book trade sales have com?
menced in New York. The transactions this
year, it Is said, will be very large. The cata?
logue ls very full, embracing many firms that
! heretofore have not entered into these sales.
The more popular authors are largely repre?
sented in the editions to be offered. The
works of Charles Diokcns, Thackeray, Bret
Harte, Longfellow, Tennyson, Hawthorne,
Charles Reade, and others, are seen on exhi?
bition on the shelves of the auctioneers, In all
kinds of binding and all sorts of type. Reli?
gious, scientific and historical publications are
seen side by side with long lists of English
importations, and Juvenile books in the great?
est profusion, together with large Invoices of
miscellaneous works. Truly, of the making
ot books there ls no end, and li a man's
enemy, at some period of his life, does not
write at least a duodecimo, he is a remarkable
exception, and has cheated his expectant loe
of an opportunity of revenge be had every
reason to count upon.
-The proclamation by the Governor calling
the elections for Wednesday, the 16th day of
October, will be found In another column.
Also for the submitting to the people of the
several proposed amendments to the Con?
A TTENTION, WAGENER ARTILLERY
/iL CL?B.-Attend a Regular Monthly Drill of
your Club, at Llndstedt'a Hall, THIS EVSNING, at
ti o'clock precisely. By order.
sepis j. F. LILIENTHAL, Secretary.
HON1X STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
Attend the-Regular Monthly Meeting of your
company, THIS f?mwmjtljjf?gfifc Jr ;
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, ST.
LOUIS.-at a meeting of 'he policy holders
ot ihe Life Association of America, held at tue
company's rooms on the 26th August, for the pur?
pose of considering certain proposed amendments
to the charter of the Association, it was the sense
of the meeting that other amendments be added
to those proposed, and the whole be agBin SUD
muted to the members oT the company ut a meet?
ing whlch lt was recommended should be held as
soon as practicable. Now, therefore, this ls to
give notice that a meeting of the policy-holders or
the Life Association will be held at the principal
office of the company, tn the City of St. Louis, c n
WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth day or September, Instant,
at io o'clock A. M.. lor the purpose of voling for
or against the proposed amendments to trie char?
ter or the Association, in accordance with the
provisions or section 16 or an Act or ihe General
Assembly or the state of Missouri, approved
March 10,1869. entitled "An act lor the Incorpora?
tion and regulation or Life Assurance Oompa
JAME3 H. BRITTON, President,
tepie-mwffi WM. HANLEY, Secretary.
WANTED, A GERMA? GIRL TO
cook for a family or rive. Good wages
paid. Recommendations required. Apply at r^o.
no calhoun street_Bepi8-3?
AGRADUATE, WILLING AND ABLE
to give instructions in tngilsh, Bookkeep?
ing. Mathematics and the Classics, desires a
good situ itlon in an lnteliuent part or the conn
try. He has several years' experience In teach?
ing, and can produce the best recommendations,
both as to ability and character. Address A.,
Ns ws oince._88pl8-3?
COOK AND WASHER WANTED FOB A
small family. Apply at No. 164 Calhoun
street, west end._?_sep!7-2*
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK
and Washer (colored) to go to New York.
Reference required. Apply no.thwest corner
King and Morris streets._sepl7-2*
WAN1ED, A COMPETENT PERSON
to cook and wash fer a small family.
Must be well recommended. White preferred.
Apply at No. io Rutledge street. Oeod wages
will ne given._'_sepi7-2
TO PRINTERS.-A STEADY, P.ELIA
BLR, Practical Printer, espante of taking
charge of a country newspaper office, can Uni a
sitnation by applying Immediately by letter,
stating terms, <tc, to tbh office. Address Pub?
lishers Marlboro' Times, Bennettavllle, 3. C.
AYOUNG MAN, WITH SEVERAL
years' experience as head Bookkeeper and
fay master In a large manufacturing concern,
alive, accurate and thorough, and who felly un*
derstands his business, desires a position of Bimi
lar trust and responsibility. The highest refer?
ences as to ability and s'.audlng. Married, rar
ties requiring the ie?vices of a Ant-class man,
may address D. A. J., care Room 18,020 Broad
way, N. Y._Bepl2-12
toet oui? Sowt?t._
PICKED UP~XDR?FT OFF MORRIS
Island, a Flat. The owner can have the
same by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply to Lighthouse Keeper, Morris Island.
ANEWFOUNDLAND DOG WAS FOUND
axtray last Sunday night, and Its owner can
get it by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply In Logan street, second house irom Broad.
_ ?o Beru.
TO RENT* SEYSLL PLEASANT
Rooms. Apply No. 42 smith street, east
Hi'ie, second door HUUth or Calhoun street.
FAHM TO BENT OR FOR SALE.-THE
Farm located in St. Andrew's Parin, bring
the first on Hie left hand side or the road leading
from the Bridge, will be rented or sold on applica?
tion to the subscriber, at No. 9 Broad street. Tho
said Farm contains 200 acres, so or which la ara?
ble land, and was veir successfully cultivated be?
fore tho war, paylua* an interest of twenty-five
per ceut. its proximity to the city renders lt one
ol tue most desirable for truck farming. To an
approved tenant the rent will be moderate, bnt
must be paid lu advance.
HENRY g. GRIGGS, Attorney
sep!8 mfa_ For JQSKPH PRBVOST.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE BESI
DEMCE situated No. 10 Keaufaln street,
containing a large square rooms, dressing-room,
kitchen, pantry and all necessary outbuildings.
To a good tenant rent modern te. Apply to Mrs.
H. HARRIS, NO. WI King street. aepl4-smw3
TO BENT, THE INGRAHAM HOUSE,
corner or Wentworth and Smith streets.
Douse and premises in good order, with fine cis?
tern. Fur further information apply to ?. B.
PI UK ENS, s. C. R. H. Office, corner or King and
Ann streets. angl4-w
A' BINGLE GENTLEMAN WISHES TO
obtain board in a private family. Address
A. H., Lock Box No. aa._aepi8 i?
BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY IS
wanted by a gentleman and two children.
Address DOMESTIC at thia office. sepl8-3?
/?JOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
VJ Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Itroad atreet. Day Hoarders accommodated at
BARTLETT PEABS, AT^KLEIN^sT^Na
330 King street, (extra fine ones;) also a
iresh supply or Delaware Peaches and Red Ap
MULES AND HORSES JUST ARRIVED
atK. OAKMAN'S &TABLK. No. 86 Church
street, near Broad street. Low ror cash or cliy
acceptance. > 8*
T710R SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
X; J. HENRY OWEN, son of the late Henry
uijen, ror Seventy-ove Dollars. Will be sold at a
discount at MENKE k MULLKB'8._aog27
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE PLANTA?
TION on the western brunch or Cooper
hiver, known ai North <Ubach*n, coutatnlng
about one thousand acn-s, or which abont eighty
acres are prime rice lands. On the Plantation
are residence, outdid io gs and negro quarters,
with lt will be soid a summer residence In
Cordesville, one mile distant, and a detached
tractor three hundred acres very tine pineland.
Apply to J. DRAYTON FORD, No. 33 Broad street.
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue .subscriber, being about to leave tne state,
otfern for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
tue "Yeoman'a Tract," situated in Barnwell Conn
ty, near Jackson's Brandi, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The line of the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, and Hie splendid circular Saw
Mil" or Dr. J. c. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion or the estate.
There are about 200 aorea cleared, producing
splendid crops or cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge or the
body or timber, and the locality ls remarkably
The timbered portion (710 acres) presents as
une a body or vlrglu 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 finer 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 ratL
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber
or to ll. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at ?aw
Winlaton, So. Ca.. In whose hands are the titles '
Winlaton, So. Ca, August 1st, 1872.
Bep9-lmo_ R. N. MILLER.
INO and Day School for Young Ladles at No
68 Hasei street. Offers facilities ror Instruction in
tue usual branches ut Etfgilsh Education; also In
the Modern Languagei, Drawing. Painting, Yocal
and Instrumental Music. Exeicises will be re
sumed October 1. _ sepu-lmo
The Exercises or this Institution will open the
the First Monday in october._8epl2-6
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Miss MARY,ANN BDTE, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to inform her friends that she will
open a select Finishing school lu Aiken, second
to none In the country. Everything taught in
any lnatltute. Solid or ornamental will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and instru?
mental Music, Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
uerman and spanish. Latin and Music, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. BCIE.
jp I R E INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by tbe Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PUCE MX, of J
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property ownei s Policies In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies. E. SEEKING A co.,
sep5-3mos No. 14 Broad street.
(Coparmersrjij.0 and flhesaintionf.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. - FROM
this date the name of oar Arm will be
JOHNSON A BROWN. C. H. JOHNSON,
september i, 187Z No. 260 King street
C. H. JOHNSON,
sepll-wfm4_S. N. BROWN.
NOTICE.-THE FIRM OF S. J. TAYLOR
& CO. was dissolved on the id Instant by
the withdrawal of S. J. HOTSON. The bu-loess
will still be conducted by the undersigned, he
assuming all liabilities or the Arm.
S. J. TAYLOR.
Mount Hope. willlamsbnrg County, S. C., Septem?
ber 12, 1872.
in retiring from the Arm the undersigned re?
turns his thanks to t he public for their pan on ace,
and trusts they will still continue the same llb
erality to his successor. S. J. UU'fSON.
J^O^HIN RCTG HEIMEB,
No. 141 K INO STREET,
WEST 810?, A FEW DOOR 3 NORTH OP QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully inform his friends that he
hos just retnrned from New York with a large
and well selected stock or the latest styles of
PALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ICELEBEATED STAR SHIRTS.
Joint Stu :k Companrj.
O^FF?mklT^Ll^FL? NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit or the state Orphan Asylum.
GLASS No. 163--TU] SD AT MORNING, Sept. 17. !
19 -27-29-16- 4-13 -22- 1-33-62-23-54
CLASH No. 164-TDIiSDAT EVKNINO, Sept 17.
bsepl8 A MORORO. Sworn Commissioner.
nnEACHER'S AND CHORISTER'S LI8T
X - OF THE
NEWEST AND ?EST MUSIC BOOKS.
Its success cannot be questioned. In beauty
acd variety of music unsurpassed. It should bea
familiar friend In every Choir, Convention, and
Singing Class. Price, $180; $18 60 per dozen.
Let ail the Sabbath Schools try lt lt's Spark?
ling Gems of song will be appreciated by every
child. Price, 86 cents.
HOUR OF SINGING!
For High Schools. Foll of the best music, ar?
ranged in 2, s or 4 parts. Widely used. Price, $1.
OEMS OF STRAUSS!
226 large .pages, full of the best Strauss Music.
Price, $2 60.
A perfect Multnm lu Parvo. Yery large nnmber
or the best tunes for Social Religions Meetings,
Price, 60 cents.
The above books /tent postpaid, for the retail
price, with the excep tion of THE STANDARD, speci?
men copies or which trill be mailed (post-paid) for
the present, for $1 26,
O LI VI CR D1TSON A CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON il CO., New York.
rjpHE NEW ?MTRO V ED
WHEELER SB WILSON
THE BEST 3 THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Rep tiring done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON M/NOF'G CO.,
aprS-ljr No. 2O0 King street.
Satin eta Caras.
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FOitKS OF ROAD,
OHARLKSTON, 8. O.
Offices-No. 128 Mee lng street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets,
ay Highest prices pt id m Cash for Crude Turp?n
j} A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY ? CO
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he is prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinda at?
tended to. Designs aid estimates furnished upon
rjl T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS JiND OI8TTLLSB8 OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE Po. 173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. a
The highest prices paid for orude.
jy?OSES GOLDSMITH ft SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. raay20-mwflyr
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-TWs favorite es
tablishment, sltnatetii in one or the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted ror a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool la midsummer, mag
nlflclently furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re
1 ception o' those contemplating a tour or pleasure
the coming saison. The cars rou wltnln a square
of the house. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT. Proprietor. j un S-4 moa
published in one or the best agricultural sec?
tions or the State, auu having a large and in?
creasing circulation among the planters and
business men, offer Its Columns to the Factors,
Merchants and other business men or charleston
as the best medium through whlcn they can com?
municate with tuc Plantera and Merchants of the
Peedee Country. Baslness Cards and other Ad?
vertisements inserted on literal terms .
Address W. J. MoEERALL,
sep7-lmo Marlon, & 0.
J; Staigs at HUjoUsole.
MAN AND BEAST.
Thia Llnament has gamed a lasting reputation
where lt baa been used lu moat cases which re?
quire an external remedy, suoh as Rheumatism,
?soreness and Swelling of the Breast, Pain and
Weakness In the Sack and Joints. Sprains,
Bruises, Cramps, Numbness, Frozen Limbs. Bites
of Insects, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled Neck, Paralysis, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites of Reptiles, Headache, White Swellings.
Poison. Burns, all Swellings, Salt Rheum, Corns,
Warts, Sore Eyes, Run Rounds, Ac, dc
It ls warranted to cure Lameness, Spavin, Big
Head. Big Jaw. Founder, Sprains of the Shoulder,
Leg. Back, Sinews, Fetlock. Stifle Joint and Hock
Joint, Splints, Wind Galls, Ringbone, string Halt,
Swelled Legs, Oracked Heels, Thrush. Poll Evil,
Saddle Galts, Old sores, strains of the Round
Bone aDd other Joluts, Enlargement of ihe Back
Joint, and all Diseases of Horses which are caus?
ed by Iniiau: malton of the Muscles.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jnne 17, 1872.
Messrs. Downs, MOISB A DAVIS :
Gentlemen-1 have used a number of bottles of
your 0jilter's Remedy for Horses, and from my
experience believe lt to bo the best Liniment
ever offered to the public I have had for the
past eleven years a stubborn case of *>ait Rhenm
or Tetter on my head aud arm, which has been
treated by the most skided Physicians of Georgia
and South Carolina wit noa t success. Two bottles
of Coliler's Remedy has effectually cored me.
Proprleior Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeting street,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
LouisVTixi, KT., May i860.
; ISAAC COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow 0. H., Barren
I take great pleasure tn recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost Indispensable article, and
very valuable to' all who own or have charge of
! stock. It la the best l have ever used for sprains,
Sores, or Gall? on Horses. Some of the men con?
nected with the Company ha ve used lt for severe
Burns and Sores as well as Rheumatic Talus, and
for Bruises. Ac, and aU say lt acts like magic In
Scratches on Horses it ls Invaluable. We use no
other Liniment, J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOR, of York County, S. 0., writes us,
under date of October, 1889, as follows : "My
I horse was considered worthle a, (his case waa
Spavin) bnt since the free nae of your Collier's
Remedy I have Bold him for $160. Your remedy
1B doing wonders np here on man and beast.
DIAMOND DILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. O.,I
Jone 7, 1870. f
Messrs. Do wis. MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, S. C. :
Gentlemen-The box of drugs ordered on Slat
May not arrived yet. We are anxiously awalttug
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty calls for lt lo. the last twenty days,
lt ls decidedly the best mediclue that ever was
compounded for what lt professes to do. It has
I been used in thia vicinity for Rheumatism, and
has proved more effectual than anything ei-e.
Dr. G. F. 8-cured himself of a bsd case of
Rheumatism by the use of two bottles. He bas
been laid up over three months. He ,H now able to
firaotlce again. Many certificates can be procured
n this vicinity, and we write this from a sense ol
duty to you. KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, & 0.
Orara.s ano ifleuinncfl.
Warranted under oatn never to nave failed tc
cure 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of core,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Fulls of Schuylkill, Phtlodel
S' bia; the wire of Rev. J. lt. Davis, Hiahtstown,
lew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton
Philadelphia; Hon. JV. oreeley, member Con
gross from Philadelphia;. Hon. Judge- Lee, (Jam
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands ol
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded
DB. GEO. CAUL I ER, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr Charleston, S. C.
?J J. L U H N,
i 'ORT KR OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN,
Now m Stock or my own importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Carbolic Acid, '
Pattey'a Gold cream
English Dalby's canntnatu e, British Oil, Roche'i
Embrocation and Chlorodync
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Plus, Ac. AGENT ron
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT YOB SOUTH GABO LINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICA!
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Gooda ol foreign mai
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of Tresses and Bandages al
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS componndei
with accuracy day or night?_laniowfmiy
ELEGANT AND RttT.f ABT.w PREP AR
W. B. WARNER A GO.,
oner the following assortment or Elegant Pre
paratlona, now nsed by Physicians every where
Send for Price List to Dr. H. a A ER, Charleston:
Iron and lodoiorm Pills,a powerful Alterattvi
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for impotence, Loss o
Nerve Power. Ac
Elixir Cinch?n la Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Blamnth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcynnla
Elixir Valerian ate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup of Hypophusphltes (for Consumption,Bron
Beer, Wine, iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, obtaining Vanilla, Tolu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. This 1B a new and valu
able combination or the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian
associated with Aromatics. It ls a ver j
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
tts medicinal vlrtnea, lt ls awol as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste or Quinine
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium. ._w ,
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's syrup) for DeblUty and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Elix. Valertanate of strychnia
B?x, Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beef Wine and Iron, an elegant combination
especially serviceable In cases of children and
delicate ladies. ""
in addition to tho above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a rmi line of Fluid Extracta and
Sugar-coated Pills, ah of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB- H. BARR, Nc 131 Meeting street,
mchis-dawomos Charleston. S. 0.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
I jrjOMOOPATHIO REMEDIES.
JUST RECEIVEDTAFRESH SUPPLY.
A lull Une or all the most approved Medicines or
this school-in tinctures, powders and pellets; In
ali dilutions and potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Cases, with Small's Practice.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meetlpg street
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DI3C0VERY.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fuga
Dr. Horaiord'B Acid Phosphates
Wilber'a Oodllver Oil and Lime
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
__._Nc 131 Meeting street
Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket cast?
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
?rdctnc0, tign?te, fit.
?S?ORG^NOBTB CAROLINA J^ND
UT WESTERN FLOUR.
76 barrels .Coot: & Cheek's Choice FP'/?flT
FL1 'UR. This Floor is manufactured wita
special care, and caa be recommended in
To barrels Georgia Family Floor, Ken esa w
Mils \ :
75 barrel) Geo-gla Extra and Super Floor y
130 barrel? and bags North Carolina and Western
.' . Flour-Family and Extra Soper ? j -vVr
loo Sacks Salt Received on consignment; aud
for sate ny J. ?.ROBSON.
No es East Bay, and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
seplS-l ? ?B02:a
' : 60 bales BAY-Ont. ?;
For salo lo V. - RUACR A MOPIER*,
140 rolls 2X-poond, 46 Inches, ?0 yards each.
A very handsome article, dally expected from the
west. For sale low. ROACH A MOFFRTT.
J^I VERPOOL SALT.
1000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT in lots to snit ?
purchasers. R AVENEL' MOO'.' '
pRIME PEED OATS.
2000 bushels Prime Heavy Feed OATS,
For sale by w. B. SMITH * 00- ,
?JOALI COAL! COAL I.
NOW LANDING PER SCQGONER"E. 0. FOR?
480 tons superior SED ASH ?00, for Parlor
use. Stove and Chestnut for Cooking Rans?*.Zn
White Ash, ror Steam Engines and FQua?f?e,
delivered at lowest market pilces. by apDlrJ_*?t
sepia Corner Hasel und EaafrBay. ' .
Q. ? N N Y B A G Q I H 6.'
25 bales of Good GUNNY BAGGING
60 rolls of Good Gnu ny Bat g in g ".
75 Patched Gunny Bagging
76 Patched Baggmg.
Forsaleby KINSMAN ft HOWELL,
sepi2thtn4 ,.Na 128.East Ray.i
gTRAWBERRY PLANTS. .
100,000 Summer STRAWBERRY PLANTS. ' :
For sale ny H. W. KINSMAN. 1
sepi2-tntjue , NO. rn East Ray..
JJAYI HAY I HAT!
60 tons of HAY can be delivered any part o?
the city. Apply to ti. W. KINSMAN,. '
sepl2-tnth8 No, 128 East Bay. ..
gEEDS ! SEEDS! " '
SEED WHEAT. -~~
Sooth Carolina Seed Eye,
Red Rust-proof Oats.
For sale oy JOHN C? MPS EN A CO.
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S
.-- YEAST POWDER,
For purity and Btrongth, ls unequalled. All houso
.. . .
keepers who uso lt once wUl have no other. Ask
%t' , ? - . c
yonr Grocer for lt, and take no otter. Wholesale
by OTTO F. WELTERS.
Jniy29-mwf-8mo .. .. .
TTALENTINE'S. PREPARATION: OF
j .Y MEAT JUICE. .. i, ?
Jost received, a huge supply ot the above. Xeon
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex*
cinsi ve or fat; can be used with cold or wain
' water; also can be taken witii codliver Ob,- aud
destroys the taste of the OU.
Tue only food for delicate children.
This1 ls much superior to the "Extractor 1
heretofore offered to the public aa will be round
upon trial. Forsaleby . Dr. H. BARK,
jon? No. 131 Meeting street
- Y -
GROCERIES I U
.... . ". JM:\yy k*;yr"
?I '. ' . ?. '? ? . t:M
We are now receiving our fall and winter stock
or ' . ' . .. .:
.-. , ; . - . ;Vrj?. -.?
. .. ...... ... -
comprising a fall assortacato(
TEAS, 8UOARS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
FamUles in the country wUl find ii; to their in?
terest to entrust orders to oar .care. Having
made a specialty of "PARTICULAR ATTENTpN
! TO COUNTRY ORDERS," wo now have the larg,
est country trade of any retail dealer in the city.
WE SELL YOU GOODS AT WHOLESALE
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOB DBIJVEB
I LNG GOODS.
WE PACK GOODS FREE, THEREBY
I j MAKING IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO PAT?
PEOPLES' FAVORITE GROCERY.
WE II?AIL SAMPLES OP TEA TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY FREE ON RE?
CEIPT OF ADDRESS.
ALL LETTERS RESPONDED TO PROMPT
LY. S13ND YOUR ORDERS AND GIVE US A
MILSONS' IQ E O C E BY,
BOX No. 383,
CHARLESTON, B. 0. .
J_JE NE REY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON, .'.
Manu lac tnred and He parred, s Bollen Becorer
ed, steel Blades and other partsfornisned, br
SMITH A VALE,
aug80-lmo East end Hasjsl street