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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON & 00.,
No. 10 Broad street, Charleston, S. 0. ;
Wit QfyvtUgton S&t?s
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1872.
MEWS OF THE DAT.
-Street-cars are said to run up Mount Zion
Jerusalem, the street lamps being lighted
-The New York Elevated Ballway ls at I
length working successfully, and paying ex
-The Egyptian Viceroy has given a varna-1
ble lot lu Cairo lor the erection of an Eplsco-1
pal Church. .
-Richmond, Virginia, boasts of having I
' more.manuiacturing Industry than any other
city of its size In the United States.
-In England, a leading lady advocate ot
ftmale suffrage ls Bald to Intend being a can?
didate for Parliament at the next election, j
' -It ls said to have taken a train of twenty
two cars, drawn by two locomotives, to carry
the' first instalment of the French indemnity j
lrom Paris to Berlin. -
-The annual coal yield of Ireland is 130,000
tona Ireland ls said to contain some ot the
richest coal fields In the world, but they are
worked only moderately.
-The high price of meat in England is again
rai Bin g the question as to whether the large
parka of the nobility ought not to be yielded
-The New York. Tribune announces ari im?
pending exposure of the way immigrants are j
treated on shipboard at Castle Garden and en
route to the far West. To make the thing ai
' realistic as possible, a reporter of that paper j
bas taten steerage passage from an English
port, aid, ii he survives tho entire trip, will
relata his experience. The Tribune, it will be
recollected, recently stirred -np the. Insane
asylums by a almllar prooesa.
3 -Tho En gil sh are threatened with serious
trouble about their -fish supply. This main?
stay of the poorer classes seems to be failing*,
.and leas Ash, In spite of all the increased fae ll L
' fi?s ipr maring and transporting them, were
delivered la London last year than in the year
1848. The present form of complaint is against
the middle-men, who throw fish away and sell
e aemana at
sons for thinking that the waters about the
islands are becomlog depleted, and already
efforts have been mode toward transplanting
some of our varieties to British waters.
>. -It l a pleasant to be assured, per cable, that
the Imperial meeting at Berlin was arranged
solely in the interest of peace. At any rate,
that ls the barden of the explanations, official
aad semi-official, which reach us from Berlin
and Vienna. Prince Bismarck, replying to an
address lrom a deputation, enlarged upon th?
Importance of convincing the commercial
world that the conference must be accepted as
a guaran tea of peace; and Count Mol tko re?
marked, on the same occasion, that themain
object cf the three emperors and their mlnls
terB .wofl to increase and confirm the conti
of the people in the maintenance of
So we suppose we must consider that
lt la all settled now.
.-The B?rsen Zeitung, of Beril?:, says that
; pew et ls current on the Berlin Exchange tbat
notice will shortly be given ot the intention to
repay the entire amount of the five loans made
by.the Federal Government to the German
Empire as a means for the prosecution of the
war-against France. The Boreen Zeitung
adds that there ls good authority for the state
mehi that the notice will be given for the lat
of January, 1873, but that lt will be optional
. for holders to present tnelr evidences of In
debtedness for redemption on the 1st of Octo?
ber, 187V at which date an additional rei m
bursement to the extent of one-bail of one per
oent. will be granted.
?JA: report gained currency, through the
medium of a cable dispatch, last week, that
the German Government had Issued a circular
Intended to restrict the emigration of its sub
jectej. and threatening to treat those who
would be violators ot the orders contained
therein "as outlaw's, over whom a special
surveillance and supervision has been institu?
ted." j The German consul-general now says
that na such a circular has been issued to his
knowledge. Further investigation falls to
discover In what manner the circulation ol the
report can be useful to emigrant agents or
other forwarders. The rate of emigration ls
falling off aa the winter approaches, steerage
travellers dreading stormy voyages. The pa
pera published. In Germany'contain nothing
. which would authenticate the circular refer?
red to, and Its Issue has not been officially an?
-Professor Muller, In a course of lectures In
Berlin, offered a simple and mechanical ex
planallon ot the universal admiration bestow?
ed on circles. The eye ia moved io Its socket
by six mnsoles, ot which four are respectively
employed to raise, depress, turn to the right,
and to the left. The other two have an ac?
tio? contrary to one another, roll the eye on
itsaxls,orlrom the outside downward, and
inside upward. When, therefore, an object 1B
presented for Inspection, the first act fe
that of clrcumvlsion, or going round the
boundary lines, so as to bring consecutively
' every Individual portion of tbe circumference
upon the most delicate and sensitive portion
of the retina. Now, if figures bounded by
straight lines be presented for Inspection, it
la obvious that but two of these muscles can
be called into action; and lt is equally evi?
dent that in curves of a circle or ellipse all
must alternately be brought Into action.
The effect then is, that if two only be em.
Ployed, as ia rectilinear figures, those two
have an undue share of labor; and by repeat?
ing the experiment frequently, as we do in
childhood, the notion ol tedium is instilled, a
dlatate for ajtalghi lines ls gradually formed,
??nW^**^*0? TT Walch
2& ??"'^**1 ??-are o?
work to the muscles.
-After Forrester,'the a?eged murdererol
Nathan, in New York, waa released andTl
manded to the Tombs toawalt S^o??lS
of the Governor of Illinois, to whic?state he
a New York Times reporter called on him, and
give? the following account ef the Interview:
Forrester, who is not by any means a vulgar
ruffian, as many persons suppose him to be,
but on the contrary a rather quiet and well
educated man of bad character and tenden?
cies, did not seem in the least downcast. On
belDg asked what he thought ot the examina?
tion, he said he had expected the result irom
the beginning, as he knew the prosecution
could never bring any testimony ex?
cept that ol perjured witnesses against
bim. Of course the publlo would under?
stand that a man of his reputation iouBd it
infinitely more difficult to disprove a false
charge than would a man ot spotless charac?
ter, because ordinarily his associates were
naturally of the same stamp as himself. But
lu this case, Forrester said that his star wai
'in the ascendant, for he was able to prove his
Innocence by two officers of Justice, who, on
the night after the-Nathan murder, Baw him
standing on the corner of Gravier and Pcbo
pltoulas streets. New Orleans. Forrester said
that he did not feel the necessity, now that)
the prosecution had been abandoned, of di?
vulging the names bf the officers. In regard
to his own career, Forrester evinced no hesi?
tancy In answering questions in every Instance
save one, (the robbery of Bockafellar's Bank-,
at Wllkesbarre, Pa) Forrester stated that,
during his BOjourn in the city, he
was constantly in the Fourth Ward, pass?
ing under the name oi Ralph Wins?
low, and that he could have walked
Into police headquarters on pretended
business with Impunity, as not a single detec?
tive there knew him. Only two detectives in
the city knew him, and they were not con;
nee ted with the central office. Le was sorry
that the examination had terminated as lt had,
for he had hopes, not only of bis acquittal, but'
that something farther would be developed,
which, Forrester mysteriously added, may yet
be. Forrester smiled and said, "We all have
curious theories and opinions about this
murder, abd I have mine. I hope time will
bring out the truth. I naturally feel down?
hearted at the prospect of solitary confine?
ment lor thirteen years, but I suppose whait
must be will.be. I have not seen my wife, do
not expect to, and am not desirous of Boeing
her, for the reason that snch a meeting would
pain both myself and her. I am glad you
came to see me, and hope you will say In your
paper what I have told you, not a word more
or less." _
A New Cotton State.
. After a fair trial, upon a scale of the re?
quis i te magnitude, lt seems to be fully
demonstrated that cotton of a good quality
can be raised in California, and the only
question as to its becoming an important
product there is that of procuring the re.
qulsite labor for making the crop at such rates
as will leave the producer a profit. From the
accounts given in the California journals it
looks as if those who have undertaken its
culture thus far would be well repaid for
their enterprise. We are told that alkali
lands, large bodies of which have been per?
mitted to lie uncultivated, can 1 be made to
rank among the most prodnotive io the
State by planting them with cotton. In
1866 the attempt to cultivate cotton in Kern
County was undertaken as an experiment,
and thirty thousand pounds was raised,
which was sold in San Francisco at thirty
-Mkn nnrxia nam nnnnd .Thia-BAOT A.loTtra
area of land in that region bas been planted
in cotton, with the most promising results.
In leas than two months from the time of
planting the fields were covered with bolls
and blooms. A gentleman who ls practi?
cally engaged in the cotton culture writes
to the San Francisco Bulletin that he
regards the.valley of the' Kern as superior
to the^amous cotton belt of the Mississippi
for the growth of this staple. He believes
that the yield per acre will be greater than
in any ol the Atlantic States, that less labor
is required to cultivate it successfully, and
that the growth of the plant is more rapid
and uniform than anywhere elsa He says
that California ls the only country that has
ever produced an entire crop which has been
classified by experts as of the uniform grade,
"New Orleans middling." This gentleman
has made a careful estimate of the cost of
production of the growing crop, from the
time of planting to its delivery for Bbipment,
which he sets at 13J cents per pound.
Other estimates place the cost of production
mach lower. An English firm in San Fran?
cisco agrees to give 22 cents per pound for
all the cotton that offers of the same grade
which is now produced in the State.
The ardent swain who accompanies bis
beloved to the dry goods stores, and beholds
her, with hands gloved and many-buttoned,
tossing to and fro the silks, satins and laces
as if they were but dirt or forest leaves, thinks
lt a lovely sight. Not so the unen raptured
clerk, whose growling inner mau admonishes
him that the hour of dinner is long past
Not so Paterfamilias, to whom a bill has be?
come an abomination, and whose attenuated
limbs cannot, by possibility, keep up with a
standing, mnch less a "running, account.
There is a disposition, too, on the part of
the general public to abuse the young fe?
male for pursuing the bent of her nature,
and for appropriating to herself, without
much regard to coBt, what things down in
earth, air or water that are calculated to in?
crease her loveliness. In a word, she is
blamed for the natural and sinless pastime
Ali this is very wrong. The lovely ones
are impelled, first, by a desire to please them?
selves, the shopkeepers next, their beaux
third, and everybody else last. But this ls
not all. A motive far higher actuates them.
Artists by Instinct, and students of color and
design by cultivation, under less or more
judicious mammas, they go a shopping for
the parp?se of acquiring knowledge and im?
proving their taste. The joy of a new silk
is not in the owning of it (though that has
perhaps an imperceptible effect) so much
as in gazing at it, admiring it, and wonder?
ing how it would look if mode up, trimmed
properly, and fitted accurately, not to the
angular back of Mary Jane Pipestem, but to
a figure (you know whom) that will set it off
to advantage. Sixteen yards of ninepence
or shilling calico can have no attraction in
itself for the enlightened female mind; but
when the enlightened female mind is so in?
carcerated and enveloped in the" calico os to
draw the eyes o? the male sex, and at the
same time to arouse in some other not so
anlightened female mind a sensation akin to
Qettle-rash, then sixteen yards of calico do
Save a remarkable attraction, not that it ls
roy pleasure to evoke such feelings-by no
neons-the great pleasure is in acquiring
cnowledge of that Invaluable kind, which
?n be attained only at first-class dry goods
stores. Fashion journals ore bnt the
of female science-the shops are the
gortens, when object-teaching is prc
not meanly, not economically, bat m
lightfully. Therefore let them shot
not oppose their entrance into thei
schools, where no matriculation
charged. Let them see, feel, bandi
np, pucker, pinch, prjce and purchase
pretty little dears-they pays your i
and they has their choice-or on?
have iL _
-The Orangeburg Times has ci
hands. Mr. James S. Heyward su
Mr. Frank P. Beard as editor and prop
Under its new management the Times
ises, independently of all party spi
wage vigorous war against corrupt
A Young men's Progressive Pail
[From tho Clarendon Press.]
It seems to ns that there could be no i
ization more fitting and proper In these
of political demoralization than that
Young Men's Progressive Party. A
forming a nucleus for the gradual abso
of all the elements In i a vor of eel e clich
culling from all political parties those ]
I pies embraced by them respectively
are founded upon the Immutable laws c
lice and right. Suoh an organization, es
lng any responsibility for the past, on ac
of the identification of Its members wit
political retrospect of Sooth Carolina, i
Inevitably, thongh doomed perhaps to i
at first, triumph In the end. Il is onl;
consistent clinging to that which fa pu
government, that a people attains preem i
in Statecraft. There ls no class so well
to undertake such a glorious work asa]
man's progressive party, which will blas
for Itself a new path, and fearless.y
therein; unawed by temporary re vers et
resolved to hold the scales of J as ti ce ec
balanced in their hands. Great and m
changes have been wrought lu the pol
status ot the Sooth. Young men who
grown up, as it were, with these change
lations can better leave the old well bi
ruts o? the past than thoao whose whoh
long training Inclines them to hug to
bosoms the effete Issues of former days.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN!
OF LONDON AND EDINBORO
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPAP
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 7
The undersigned, having Increased their l Ni
ANCE raciliilea by the agency of that strong,
reliable American Company, the PH (KN ix
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to meron
and property owners Policies in the above na
Companies at as low rates as any other Orat e
Companies. E. SFBRING A CO.,
aepS-Smoa_No. 14 Broad street.
-torrvrii'.u-. IX n tttcm: ax VD ?I ia
Xl three months from this date application
be made for the renewal or Scrip No. 2810, for
Half share of Bank of Charleston Stock, stand
in the name of CHARLES L. THEN H ULM, GI
dian, MARY JANE K. TRENHOLM, lost.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-BEA
FORT COUNTY.-In the Common Pleai
ELIZA REED, Plaintiff, against AMANDA S
NEY, S. REED STONEY, JAMES M. STONI
EDWARD STONEY, GEORGE W. oTONEY,
LOUIS STONEY, MAG STONEY, ANNIE STONI
JULIA STONEY, SARAH J. STONEY, aa heirs
law, of JAMES STONEY, deceased, and SAME
P. REED, as mortgage defendants.-summons
action for Foreclosure or Mortgage of Real
tate.-To tho D?fendants, JAMES M. STONI
EDWARD STONEY. GEORGE W. STONEY, a
SAMUEL P. REED: You are summoned to ann?
the complaint in this action, which win be fl
with the Clerk of the court of Common PleaB
the County aforesaid, at Beaufort, and to sei
a copy of your answer upon na. at theofllce
Messrs. BELLA BARNWELL, at Grahamville,
the County and state aforesaid, within twee
days after ihe service hereof, exclusive of the d
of service; and if you fall to du so, me plain
will apply to the Court for the relier demanded
the complaint. POrE A HASKELL,
BELL A BARNWELL,
To the Defendants above named-Take notlc
That the snmmoDB In this action was flied in t
office of the Clerk of the Court for Beaufort COD
ty on the 17th day or Joly. 1873.
BELL A BARNWELL,
augSO-fa Plaintiff7* Attorneys
jyR. B. B. HEWITT,
OFFICE CORNER GEORGE ANO ANSON STBXKI
0 H A R L E S T O N, S. C.,
Can be consulted on the following diseases, ai
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and lu strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of all. Of?
fice honra from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
In au arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, goa
neuralgia, Ac, this practice ts almost perfec
The most intense pains are almost instantly r
Ueved, enormous swellings are reduced, Umt
which have beea contracted and stiff for yeai
are relaxed. Oases of twenty, thirty and fort
years' standing nave been cured by me arter a
other means have failed.
A great accomplishment is my triumph ov?
pain oy which 1 can often, m a few moment!
sootbe and carry off the most excruciating sa
ferings. If this ayetem did nothing more tha
to relieve pain, lt wonld stand superior to an
other system extant.
Stopped-np Head, Running of the Nose, constan
Hawking and Spittlog, constant Blowing
of the Nose.
Thousands Burrer from that most annoying, dis
agreeable and cffeDSlve complaint, Catarrh, with
out knowing what lt ls. Often the secreted mo
cous, flowing down the throat, clogs np the lungi
and lays the foundation for consumption.
The most skilful physicians fall to cure lt.
I cure any case of obstruction, atopped-ui
head, discharges of greeulsh, thick, thin or glalrj
mucous from the nose, internal or external, pale
or fullness between the eyes, constant blowing ol
the noa?, inflammation of the nasal passages,
ulceration of schoclderlan membrane, Ac., In thc
coarse of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noises in the Head, Otorrhcea,
Otitis (Discharges from the Ear,) Paralysis
I of Auditory Nerve.
I am dally treating all affections of the ear with
the most gratifying results, some who have paid
aurista nearly $1000 wtthont benefit, have been
cured by me in a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mercury, Injudiciously used, has Plied the earth
with wrecks of hnmanlty. Thousands suffer from
ita effects who have been unconsciously drugged
by their physicians, it ls vain to attempt the
care of the majority of diseases while lt remains in
the body. Although I have heard of several so
called antidotes for mercury In the human body,
1 have never yet seen a physician who could
eliminate lt from the system.
I can satisfy any patient or physician that I
can absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons In every case.
NolI-me-Tangere. Lupuse, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
rhus Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Bose Cancer
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description of Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wrongfully
treated by certain charlatans styling themselves
"Cancer Doctors.'? *
After being pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of these cases in hand and make a Der
man en teure.
My terms for treating Cancera, Ac, will be
based on the age and condition of the patient
and theposltlve certainty of cure. Bepai
M^^AB?TJNLC?GXNO. 2, L O. O. P.
The Qaaheriy Meeting of tate Lodge will
beheld THIS EVINIKO, at Odo Fellows'Hall, at 7
o'clock. Members will please come prepared to
pay Arrears. R<>BT. 0. STARR,
Bep27-* Recording Secretary.
ATTENTION, HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. %-Attend an Extra Meet
lug of your company, THIS (Friday) EVKNINO, at 8
o'clock. A fall attendance ls requested,
By order of the Foreman._Bep27
REPUBLICANS, WARD 2.-A MASS
Mee'lng of the Union Republican Voters of
ward 2 will beneld at tue Hall of the Union Star
Fire Engine, Klug street, at 8 o'clock, THIS Eva
MINO, for the purpose of electing Delegates to the
T. H. JONES, Chairman.
F. M. JOHNSTONE, secretary._sep27
ATTENTION, WARD No. 3. -AGREE?
ABLE to the call ot the County Chairman,
clilzenaof the Ward will attend a Meeting at
Grant and Wilson's Hall, Inspection street, at 7
o'clock P. M., the 27th Instant, for tie purpose or
electing six (6) Delegates to tne County conven?
tion, which wm meet on the 1st October, 1872.
By order of J. BRUCK HOWARD,
sep 27-* Chairman.
ATTENTION, REPUBLICAN VOTERS
WARU 8.-in obedience to the call of the
county Chairman, a Mass Meeting of the Repub?
licans of Ward 6 will be held at Liberty HaU, Mor?
ris street, THIS (Friday) LVKNINO, 27th Instant,
for the purpose or electing Six (S) Delegates to
represent Ward 6 In the County Convention to be
held on the 1st October. The meeting will be
called to order at 7 o'clock.
0. H. VANBERHORST, Chairman.
I8AAQ R. MOROiK, Secretary._sep27
THE UNION REPUBLICAN VOTERS
of Ward 7 are requested to meet THIB EVIN
INQ, at the usual putee on Nassau street, for the
purpose of electing Six Delegates to attend thc
convention to be held on the first day of Ootober
By order of JOHN A MOSHINQTON, Chairman
Ward 7. JAMES PERRONKAU,
THE UNION REPUBLICAN VOTERS
of Ward 8 are requested to meet THIS EVEN?
ING, at the corner or Line street and sires alley, for
the purpose or electing Six Delegates to attend
the Convention to be held on the first day of Oc?
By order of J. F. MASON, Chairman.
R. L. RICHARDSON,
WANTS EMPLOYMENT, A STRICTLY
aober and trustworthy Man. Has some
knowledge of business generally, and would act
as watchman, collector or porter In bank, count?
ing-house or atore, or any other legit?male busi?
ness that would enable him to support his family.
Can give the best or reference as to character and
capability. Address "Citizen," NBWS office.
WANTED TO HIRE, A GOOD PIANO.
Address B. X., at this office. sep27-l?
WANTED, A COMPETENT NURSE.
Apply, with reoomnrebdatlons, at No. 173
East Bay. _?ep27
WANTED, A GOOK AND WASHER
for a small family. Apply at No. 161 Cal?
houn street, west end. _sep27-2?
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A WHITE
woman Ao cook and wash for a small
family. Apply at No. 163 East Bay. sep27 l*
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN, TO
cook and wash for a small family. Most
be willing to leave the city. Inquire or Mrs. Lieut.
MOUNT, at the Citadel. _aep27-2*.
BUGGY WANTED.-AN Y ONE HAVING
a light Square Box BUGGY for sale may
address A. B., Lock Box 62._sep27-l?
WANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE OP
four or Blx rooms. Address Box No. 639,
Poatofflce, stating terms, location, Ac sep2S-2?
TP YOU WANT A CHEAP HORSE OR
X MULE yon will find it to yonr interest to
call at WILSON'S STABLES, No. 148 Meeting
street, before purchasing elsewhere. 8ep26-6?
WANTED.-WE WILL GIVE EN?
ERGETIC men and women business that
will pay from $4 to $8 per day ; can be pursued In
your own neighborhood, and ls Btrlctly honorable.
Particulars free, or samples that win enable you
to go to work at once will be sent on receipt or
LWU ?in- --nm- I-MTlUK X
CO., No. 282 Washington street, Boston, Mass. ;
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN, SIXTEEN
or eighteen years old, willing to make him?
self useful in a Wholesale Store In Hayne street.
Address H, Nsw a office._sep26-3*
The Master Spirits of the World, and The Trea?
sure House of America. The Great Book or the
Year. Agents report sales of 26 to 100 copies in a
few hours or days. Prospectus free. Address
J. W. GOODSPEED,
New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Now
Orleans. " sep24-3mos.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address Z. Z., Niws
TO RENT, THREE ROOMS, WITH A
Kitchen Room; water on the lot. Apply at
No. 29 Hasel street. sep27a*
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF
Store No. 142 Meeting street, Rent j iso
p .-r nu num. Apply at No. 142 Meeting street.
TO RENT, TO AN ACCEPTABLE TEN?
ANT, two. or three rooms, with a kitchen
room. Apply at No. 102 St. Phillp street, near
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
AMD GEORGE STREETS. Best business
stand tn Charleston. Also. OOMMOD10US ROOMS,
norn $2 to $6. ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King etreet,
recently finished, suitable for one or two respect?
able families, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings for the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one or the largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water in the city. Apply
on the premises. _sep24
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, at the corner of Rutledge and Bee
streets, with six rooms, two attics and baseman t,
cistern and well or water. Apply at No 67 Hasel
Also, HOUSE on King street, No. 68, suitable
for a Bakery, with six rooms, two attics, kltcuen,
and deep lot fur garden, AC. Apply at No. 67 Ha?
sel si reet. sep23-mwf3
TO BENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
at the corner of Meeting and Hasel streets,
Wholesale or Retail. Apply ac No. 67 Hasel
Also, STORES on East Bay, Nos. 73, 90, and
corner Rast Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf Apply
at No. 67 Hasel street. sep23mwf2
for the RENTING OF THE STORES under
the new Mas?me Temple, at the corner of King
and Wentworth streets, will be.received until 1st
October next. Applicants, lu their letters, will
state the natnre or the buslnese to be conducted,
the rent offered, and trie length of lease bid for.
! ROBERT S. BRUNS,
Bept23-mwf4.nl Grand Master.
FARM TO BENT OR FOR SALE.-THE
Farm located in St. Andrew's Parih, being
the drat on the left hand Bide of the road leading
from the Bridge, will be rented or sold on applica?
tion io the subscriber at No. 9 Broad street. The
said Farm contains 200 acres, 80 of which ls ara?
ble land, and was veiy successfully cultivated be?
fore the war, paying an interest of twenty-five
per cent, its proximity to the city renders lt one
of the most desirable for truck farming. Toan
approved tenant the rent will be moderate, but
must be paid In advance.
HENRY S. GRIGGS, Attorney
seplS-mf? For JOSEPH PRKVOST.
pOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
\JC Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
broad street. Day Boarders accommodated at
short notice. sepia
rJIHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER * WILSO?
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now seUlng these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprt-lyr No. 200 Ring street.
TTENE REY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed. Steel Blades and other parts furnished, by
SMITH A VALE,
augso-imo East ona Easel street.
O? nea tiona i.
BER'S School will se resumed on the 1st Oc?
tober, at Ko. 86 Beauralr. street. O. B. COCHRAN.
FBENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL.
Mesdames OIK A RI) A ALEXANDER will
resume tte Exercises ol their SCHOOL (D. V.) on
rrjK3DAT, October ist, at their residence, No. 33
ItyflSSDELLA TORRE WILL RESUME
lu. her Lessons tn Irrench, Italian, Drawing
ind Painting-, either at the Behool or In private
liasses. Miniatures on Ivory or Porcelaine or in
Dil Colors promptly executed. For terms apply
it No. 6 Aiken's Bow._sep26-3
MBS. M. E. TOO MEE WILL RESUME
the Exercises of her School, at ber resi?
dence, No. 8 College street, on Tuesday, October I
I. Instruction In French by a compelen; teacher.
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL AND HOME,
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION,
rue exercises of this Sohool will be resumed c
ruxsDAV, 1st October. "The Home? will be ready
tor the Boya on same d ly. JOHN GADSDEN,
Hp HE HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on TUESDAY, October 1 it. Careful instruction Im?
parted In the ordinary and the higher branches or
English, in Greek, Latin, German, French, Mathe?
matics and Bookkeeping. Hoys prepared for col?
lege or for an entra?e? upon business pursuits.
Terms tio per quart ir, payable ni advance. No
VIRGIL 0. DIBBLE, A. M., Principal.
WliiLIAM SIMONS, A. M., Assistant.
CHARLES P. I .ANNEAU, MD., j jjffSff
L. Dr BOS, A. ll., French Master.
QHABLESTON FEMALE SEMINi
NO. 50 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SE; SION wUl begin the
first MONDAY In October, and end the second
FRIDAY lu July, the term being shortened two
weeks to induce pupfBto remain untU theolose
of scholastic year.
Applicants lsd thos? absent from the July Ex?
amination will be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of thu School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the s :coud and third weeks will
be charged from the frat.
For Terms and Ciro dara containing particulars,
apply aa tbove. Miss E. A. KELLY,
MBS. HOPSON PINOKNEY'S BOARD?
ING and Day sc ?ool for Young Ladles, at No.
68 Hasel street. Offers facilities for instruction In
the usual branches of English Education; also In
the Modern Language*, Drawing. Painting, Vocal
and Instrumental M isle. Exercises will be re?
sumed October 1. _sepi7-lmo
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Mlas MARY .ANN BUTE, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that she will
open a Select Finishing School In Aiken, second
to none In the conni ry. Everything taught in
any institute, Solid or ornamental, wm be
taught; European Languages, Tocal and instru?
mental Music, Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
Oerman and Spanish. Latin and Muslo, by com?
petent gentlemen prc lessors. M. A. BUIE.
Joint Slock Companrj.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
TUE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS NO. 169-TBOBSDAY MORN INO. Sept. 26.
CLASS No. 170-TH ; usn AY EVBNI.NO. Sept 23.
43-28-49-57-20- 6-15- 8-40-50-39-48
aep27 A. MOROSO. Sworn CommiBsloner.'
HORSE wilt bc sold very cheap. Can be
Been at No. 200 King ?treet._ sep27-l? 1
MATCHED HORDES, SINGLE HORSES,
Saddle and Draft Mares and good medium
Mules, Just arrived at H. OAKMAN'S stable.
FOR SALE-JUST RECEIVED, FORTY j
head of flue t orses and Mules. May be
seen at the, subjoriiior's Stables, Queen street.
TUST ARRIVED, FROM KENTUCKY,
? a lot or fine Ho 'ses and Mules. For sale for j
cash or city acceptai ce, at "flockaday's Stables,':
by H. T. TERRILL._sep26-6?
ARRIVED AT HORRIS & HOGAN'S
STABLES, No. 606 Klug street, a fine lot of I
HORSES AND MULES, cheap for cash or city
acceptance. Another lot will arrive on Friday
next, 27th lnBtant,_aep26 4*4~'
VALUABLE LEAL ESTATE IN CO?
LUMBIA FOR SALE.-We are offering at
private sale two la -ge and commodloua Briok
and Metal-roofed WAREHOUSES situated on
Gervais street, near ;he Depots of the Greenville
and Colombia, sonia Carolina, and Wilmington,
Columbia and Aug nala Railroads. Both these
Warehouses are In g >od repair, have large lots at?
tached, and, as a sa G investment, no better op?
portunity was ever afforded. For terms, Ac,
apply to ARTHUR ? BOONE, Attorneys at Law,
Colombia, 8. C. _aepai-12
MULES AND :aOBSES.-A CAB LOAD I
of fine Kentuoky MULES AND HORSES,
Just arrived, and for sale low at R. ARNOLD'S
Stables, No. 219 Mee Jug street. Call and exam
Ine the stock at oncu._ sepl9
FOB SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY oi j KN. son of the late Henry
oiJen, for Seventy-Q ve Dollars. WW be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S._ang27
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE PLANTA?
TION on the western branch of Cooper
River, known as North Chachan, containing
about one thousand acres, of which about eighty
acres are prime rice lands. On the Plantation
are residence, outbuildings and negro quarters.
With lt will be auld a summer residence In
Cordesvllle, one mile distant, and a detached
traotof three hundred acres very une pineland.
Apply to J. DRAYTON FORD, No. 83 Broad street.
PLANTATION FOB SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tne subscriber, being about to leave the State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Trac t," situated tn Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jaokson'n Branch, waters of Lower
Three Buns, containing 019 acres.
The Une of the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, ami the splendid circular Saw
Mill of Dr. J. a MUler not more than a mlle from
the rlchly-tlmbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 aerea cleared, producing
splendid cropa of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable rramo houses were
erected by tho proprietor on the outer edge of the
body of timber, and the localLy la remarkably
The timbered portion (719 aurea) presents as
One a body or virgin forest aa the eye can meet
with in thia State, varying 'rom the amallesi sized
oap timber to the largest raaging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, nj finer opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, as ttvay
have the option of hi ppm g to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by wster or rail.
*or furtherpartKulars, apply to the subscrib?*,
or to H. M. TBOMISON, Esq.. Attorney at Law
Winlaton, So. (la., lu whose hands are the tillea.
Wllllston, So. ca.. AuguBt 1st. 1872.
SPECIAL NOTlOiS.-The above Lands will be
sold by Public Auction, without fall, on Sales-Day
in November, being MONDAY, ihe 4th day of
November next, at Blackville Courthouse, in sold
State and County, in Lots ol loo acres and up?
wards, to suit purchasers.
Terms or Sale-One-half cash; balance on
twelvemonths' credit, with Interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to aecure purchase
money. K. N. MILLER.
fioilorinir, Clothing, &t.
JOHN RUGHEI M ?B7~~
NO. 1U KING STREET,
WEST BIOS, A FBW I OOHS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Wonld respectfully inform his friends that he j
haa Juat returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock of the latest styles or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRAT CD STAR SHIRTS.
W. MONTAIENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions m the city, en the highest gronnd, aad
consequently well adapted for a Sommer Resort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, mag
nlflcfentty furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception or those contemplating a tour of pleasure
the coming season. The cars rna within a square
or the house, coaches at all the stations. E. v.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. juns-4moa
CITY HALL, OFFICE OF CLERK OF
CO Ci? CIL, CHARLESTON, S. 0., SEPTEM
BER 28, 1872- In pursuance of a resolution adopt?
ed by Connell, September 17, tbe following Ordi?
nance ls published for tbe information of all con?
cerned. The Police and Detectives have been
Instructed to report al violations of the same.
W. W. SIMMONS,
Clerk of Cop neil.
STATE OP SOOTH CAROLINA, CITY OF CHARLESTON
AN ORDINANCE to repeal an Ordinance entitled,
"An Ordinance to prevent the erection of brick
and wooden building-*, and to provide greater
security against Ares."
Be it ordained by tbe Mayor and Aldermen or
the City or cnuneston, in City Connell assembled:
SECTION 1. That an Ordinance ea tn led, "An Or?
dinance to prevent the erection of wooden build?
ings and to provide greater security against
Crea," ratified the eighth day of May, lo the year
or our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-eight, be, and the same is hereby repealed,
except as to such portions of the City of charles?
ton as are hereinafter described, to wit: All lots
abetting on the west aide of King street, from
Soutb Bay to Calhoun street, and all rear lots, the
entrances to which are on the said west side of I
King street; all that territory lying on the east
aide of Elna street and north or sooth Bay street,
and extending northerly as far as society street,
and to Cooper River on the east, excepting snch
made, marsh, mod and water lota as may be
located north of Market street and east of East
Bay street; also, au that territory lying east of
King street, running northerly to Calhoun street,
commencing at Society street, and easterly to
Anson street; all lots abutting on the north side
of Society street, from Anson street, running
east to Cooper River, Including all rear lots with
entrance on said Society street. Provided, That
every wooden nundle g to be erected on any of
the lots or territory south ol Calhoun street ex?
empted from the operation or the Ordinances of
the City or Charleston and Acts of the General
Assembly preventing tba erection of wooden
buildings, shall not be less than two atones in
neight, and that all the Inner walla or said build?
ings, Including all partitions and ceilings, shall,
be lathed and plastered. And, provided further,
that said building shall be covered with slate,
tiles or some other materials noe combustible;
any person or persons who shall erect any build?
ings on any or the loti or territory described in
the first provisions or this section as exempt from
the operation or the Ordinances of the said eley
and Acts or the General Asaembly preven ting-the
erection of wooden buildings contrary to any of
the provisions of this ordinance, upon proof to
conviction, shall be fined in the acm of not less j
than three bund rt d, nor more than six hundred
dollars; the said penalty to be recovered in any
conn or competent jurisdiction; and provided,
further, that nothing In this Ordinance shall be
construed as repealing any ponton of an Ordi?
nance entitled, "An Ordinance to regulate the
erection or steam engines and machinery pro?
pelled by steam within, the city, passed by the
City Council of Oharlesten. and ratified the
el-ven th day or January, in the year or our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.
Drugs at tDrjoUsale.
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 TH?E NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE, . ,
EXHILARATING TO THE BODY,
And ls the most popular Bitters now bsiore the
p ubi tc. Try lt and be convinced.
! jyjfOISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the core of Hepatitis, or Liver complaint,
Dyspesla and Sick Headache, and as a Cathartic,
and Anti-Bilious Pill have flo superior.
Tl/TOISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A ueilgacrui, uoiatug, "ueanhy bc-nnragc, made
from the Juice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
jyjOISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
Worms, m all cases, lt ls really a specific, and in
'the best -ad most palatable form to give
*...MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS..
THE BEST Di USE.
A barrel of Floor makes forty pounds more' of
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER. '
Used In all the principal Hotels, Boarding
Bous es, and tn any fara liles in this city. . - j
J^?0I8E'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
DERS ARE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great |
care. If you desire to improve and keep your |
Stock healthy and in good order, nae them. :
Prepared from the best material. For Bale by the
I gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of all kinds, full:
I strength and flavor, by the dozen or pound.
All the above prepared and sold by
DOW LE, MOISE ? DAVIS,
maySl-ftufimoa charleston, s. c.
tDntO0 and JBeMnnes.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
MATIC SYRUP. - .
Warranted under oath never to have railed to
cure. 28,500 Certificates or testimonials of cure,
including Bev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, - Phlladel
&hla; the wife cir Rev. J. B. Davis, Hightstowp,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Mn rp ny, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
UH, GEO. CAUL 1ER, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr Charleston, S. 0.
Q> T. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KINO STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In Stock of my own Deportation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold cream,,
English Dalby's Carminative, British oil, Roche's
Embrocation and Uhlorodyne.
TILDEN A CCS SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, sugar-coated
Pills, Ac AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL J
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Sarg leal instruments and Goods or foreign man
ufactureimported to order.
My Dispensing Department 1B complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night janiowfmiy
jp o R SALE,
AT B. R. HUDG?NS & CO.'
SAW AND PLAINING MILLS,
FOOT OF LUCAS AND BULL STBIBTS,
FLOORING BOARDS, Tongued and Grooved
Weatherboarding, Dressed and Jointed
Dressed Boards, sis to $26 per M Feet
Rough Boards, $10 to $20 per M Feet
Plaster Laths, $2 so per M
Wood, $2 w per Cord. sep2fi-wfm?
?roxtr?s, Cursore? $
Wanted, 600,000 PINE STAVES, for Rice Bar
.els. Apply to toe subscriber, at Weat Point
Hille, la this city. WILLIAM LEB BY.
jjTO. 1 PBR?YIA1T GUANO.
loo tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, Chincha and
3 nan ape, to arrive pee Schooner, Minnie.
For Bale by - , HERMANN BUL WIN KLE.
pOOD FOR THEMjTJ.TON^
rflE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and best Food in existence. In
ff hole, halves and quarter boxes:
PAUL B. L ALANE A CO., '
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, 8. a, Sole Agents.
Liberal dUconnt to the trade. aeplfl-amos
JOHN S. DUN HA 1??S .
YEAST POWDER, ' > -
For purity and strength, la unequalled. AD honse
teepera who nae lt once-will have no other. Ask
your Grocer for It, and tate no other. Wholesale
by OTTO F. WEITERS.
*gj.EO. W. WILLIAMS AV GO.*
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOB CASH, OR AP?
PROVED PAPER : "* *
1,000 rolls Heavy Dameetlo BAGO LNG 1, r
loo bales Gunny Bagging 7;
10,000 bundles Cotton Ties v. .
600 baga Rio Java and Laguay ra Coffee - .
400 bbls. Retlned Sagan...
60 htids. TJemerara and Porto Rico Segara . -
. soo hhds. Reboiled Molasses. ;.. :? J. - -. <....
1,000 kegs Nalia-assorted sties .
600 boxes Adamantine Candies
1,000 sacks Salt ..-.:<??.. -u-rt:^*.-.-- :-J wofti.-.
100 hhds. C R. and Dry Salt Bacon , ?r
109 bbls. Leaf Lard
coo bbls. s lour-Family, Extra and sn per . -
Orange Rifle Po ?der, Show Lead, search,
soaps, Aa J ?j Jalyae-turimc?
. . . 'j riviSiifl/-T.i*' :MV?' -. ;.-r:; ..??.'.**?>. r
. . .. t v:?^:'t?r:cr>;?v*^*?
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!.. ? a-:!}.'. : v '; ".-yr.. 1.
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WILSON'S JROCERY ts now 'offering the most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
in thia city. '.?.'ir':' -
They have been selected especially rar iheir
medlcmal qualities, aad their purity endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston.
Parties desiring a pure article can always rely
on Liquors sold from thia establishment and
A foil supply of low grades on.hand.
. WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 806 King street.
' ear Address Box No. 888._ '_
JJ A L I B U .TT'VQ?X,N,, .S .
Lil HALIBUT FINS.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ..
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at ; WILSONS' OROOBRTy- - ?
All Goods Delivered Promptly. . , sera?
CANNED PEACHES ! CANNED
, , PEACHES 1 . ?
180 dozen 2 and s lb. CANNED PBAOBES.?
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na ?00 King street
- <sr-All qo^dehvered free.fl
CANNED TOMATOES 1 "O???rtiW^O
" M AT? ES I' ~ DOTsnqtC55
? 700 dozen 2-lb Canned TOMATOES, orv
For sale low ot ., WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. soe King street.
j$y All Goods delivered free." E. : |mgpqc^
g Y BT/P.! . ? Y B ? P 11S'tyj&P I
GOLDEN SYRUP, 86 cents a gallon.'
*y All Gooda delivered free.' ' ' '3 iU ? .
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFF?EST^BO
0ERIE8 AND PROVISIONS.
? >' ? ? :-!-...;;.. .-.rr ??tiste
Warranted to snit the palates and the pockets
of the minion. WILSONS' QROCERY,
. No. soe King Btreer.
?-All Goods delivered free.
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
Mesa Mackerel . .,. .
New Herrings. _.
' For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. soe King street.
AST-All Goods delivered free. . . . . , ...
NEW* SMOKED BEEF, FBF8H SMOKED
TONGUES. NEW HAMS, USMALL SIZE.)
PIG SHOULDERS. J .
Fulton Market BEBF
Family Pl? Pork.
Smoked Pig Tongues ; " ...! r-. ., .aci?-<
JIW All GoodB dehvered free.
P RESTON DOWLTf?G,
NO. 9 BOTOB'S WH1B7,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCH?NT.
-?' : u? .
Local Salesman or the celebrated Wright A
Warnock's Horse-Power for ginning; i a-Hy
adapted to the Old King Pout, and la a complete
geering, not affected by the weight ia the gin
house. Invented by a Barnwell man. Gins,
with two males. 40 er 46 saw gins, lioo to JPN
pounds lint per day. Price here $125. Also for
Wright's cotton Planter. Beat ever Invented.
Plants any given number of seed any given num?
ber of Inches apart, one band, with mute, opens,
plants and covers six acres per day. Price $26.
sep26-wfm-I ' _j t
JLJOSES GOLDSMITH ft SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and ail kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and'Scotch
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
?EARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his friends and the pabilo
that be ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinda at?
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
application. _ . -?sepJ
rp T. CHAPEAU ? 00.^'
niAxxBS ANS sianiuBs or
r (JEPENTINE AND BOBIN,
OFFIOE NO. 178 EAST BAY,
. OHABixaroK, s. a
The highett prices paid ror crude. '"jJ