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LONDON, August 19.-The riots nt
Belfast are uot yet suppressed. The
Mayor and magistrates have issued a
proclamation, warning the rioters to dis?
perse, under the severest penalties for a
continuance of disorders. Fighting
continued last night, stones falling like
LONDON, August 19.-Doapatohes just
received give later news from Belfast.
The rioting still continues. Four per?
sons were killed iu the streets this morn?
ing. There is much complaint by peace?
able citizens of want of vigor by the au?
thorities in suppressing the riots. Ruf?
fians, with pistols in thoir hands, stall;
through the oity. A whole Beotion is
given up to the rioters. The populace
are divided into hostile Catholic and
Protestant mobs. Whenever they come
in oontaot, there is a fight. Troops,
with fixed bayonets, and the police, are
endeavoring to stop tho distnrbauces.
They have boon obliged to fire i uto tho
rioters on both sidus. Numbers have
The steamships Adriatic, Hollaud and
Idaho, from Now York for Liverpool,
and tho Thuviugia, from Now York for
Hamburg, have arrived out. The Hol?
land brings 1,974 bales of cotton, tho
Adriatic 1,181, and the Idaho 3,301 bales.
LONDON, August 19-4 P. M.-Advices
from Belfast up to this hour state that
shots continua to be exchanged iu the
streets, though it is not known that tho
rioters have concentrated in large num?
bera at any point. A telegram irom
Lurgan, Ulster County, on the Belfast
and Ulster railway, Bays serious disturb?
ances are in progress there. The autho?
rities of the town have called upon thc
military forces to aid in restoring order.
5 P. M.-A later telegram from. Bel?
fast says reports are current there that
the city is about to be placed under mar?
tial law. The same telegram states that
the military are now charging the rioten
in the centre of the town.
MADRID, August 19.-Reports are our
reht that Ministers and other high offi
eials have reoeived warning of a frest
outbreak, to be attempted shortly by tht
partisans of ex-Queen Isabella, and thai
the occasion will be seized upon by tb?
Carlista to renew their attucks. It ii
certain that fears of a new movement o
some kind are entertained, and uetiv?
preparations to meet it uro in progress.
WASHINGTON, August 18.-Tho follow
ing correspondence has just taken plaoe
WASHINGTON, August 17. 1872.
To J. J. Bryan, Mayor of Chattanooga
SIR: I have the honor to transmi
herewith an autograph oommunioatioi
in reply to an invitation which you en
trusted with me to lay before the Presi
dent of the United States and his Cabi
net, to visit Chattanooga and Lookou
Mountain. The President having sub
mitted the same to his Cabinet, has, a
yon will perceive, been obliged, witl
much regret, to decline the invitation
Though he finds it impracticable to visi
Chattanooga, nevertheless, he kindl
sends his best wishes for its future prcc
Chairman Committee of Invitation.
WASHINGTON, Angust 16, 1872.
To Hon. J. J. Bryan, Mayor of Chalti
Stn: At the hands of Gov. Saturn
Bard I reoeived the kind invitation c
the Mayor and Board of Aldermen an
Board of Trade, of the city of Chatti
nooga, for myself and Cabinet to vis
your oity and Lookout Mountain, eon:
time during the present summer,
have delayed the final answer to this ii
vitation to consult with the Cabinet c
the subject. I am compelled, most r
laotantly, after this consultation, to it
form you that it is not practicable for i
to accept. I assure you, however, ac
through you the gentlemen to whom v
are indebted for the invitation, that
on my part, highly appreciate the cor
pliment; doubly, because it is indepe:
dent of political or party predilection
at a time, too, when party feeling rut
high. I should enjoy a visit to Chatt
nooga under ordinary circumstances, ai
particularly so as the guest of the oil
zens without respect to party. My d
sire is to see harmony, concord and prc
perity exist everywhere in our commi
country. With renewed assurances
my appreciation of the invitation to vii
your oity, and with my best wishes f
its future prosperity, I subscribe myse
very respectfully, your obedient servai
(Signed) U. S. GRANT.
Tho statement was reoently publish
that British claims to the aggrege
amount of 8117,000,000, have been fil
before the British and American Cia
Commission. On inquiry of all the o
cora of the Commission it is ascertain
that the statement is entirely erroneoi
and that of the aggregate amount
claims in the twenty oases disposed
the award has been lesa than three ]
SALT LAKE, August 18.-Three co
panics of United States troops left
the field of Indian danger in .the ?
Pete country. Gens. Ord and Morr
leave immediately for the scene of ope
lions, with oavalry.
J. D. Page, telegraph operator at I
Pleasant, was attacked last night by
diaus when leaving his office, and ?
terribly wounded in the bead by a toi
hawk. The wound is supposed to
Brigham Young and a party of oho
offioers are making a tour through
Northern Counties of the Territc
They are reoeived by the Mormons v,
processions, musio, flags, banners t
NEW YORK, August 18.-The b
Pelago, from Havana, and the brig
lear, from Central Amerioa, with yel
fever on board, arrived here last nif
There are now twenty-eight yellow fi
Salients at the quarantine hospital. '
panish ram Numancia is now at anc
at the South-west Spit, twenty-one miles
from the city. Several additional infect?
ed vessels aro expected to arrive daily.
Thu health authorities are takiug ull
Dr. Maynard, apothecary of the United
States steamship Vermont, now nt tho
Brooklyu Navy Yard, poisoned himself
last evening, by taking tincture of aco?
nite in mistake for tiucture of ginger,
and died within nu hour aud a half tim re
Congressman DeLtirge, of South Caro
liuu, writes to tho Herald thnt the state?
ment that he has declared for Greeley is
Eight sun-strokes yesterday.
Two highwaymen entered tho office of
BleeH & Co., John fetreet, Brooklyn, at 5
o'olock, yesterday, while the employees
wero beiug paid; one swized a roll of
bills COUtuiuiug ?100, aud both -present?
ing revolvers to tho workmen present,
escaped to the docks.
CHARLESTON, August 10.-Arrived -
steamship Georgia, Now York; burk
NEW YORK, August 18. -News by thc
Rising Star, from Callao, gives the par?
ticulars of a recent bloody revolution ie
Peru, headed by Gutierrez, Minister ol
War, who, supported by the army on
July 22, imprisoned President Biku,
and exacted forced loans, but a few dayi
afterward he was deserted by the troops
ufter Callao had beou made the scene ol
anarchy aud street fighting. A brothel
of Gutierrez beiug killed, auother bro
tlier, to avenge bis deuth, shot nm
killed President Balta iu prison. After
wards, Pardo, President elect, was placet
iu power, aud tho populace hung tin
three brothers Gutierrez io the Plaza a
Lima, aud barned their bodies. .
LIONO BRANCH, August 18.-Mar
Culley, while bathing this morning, wu
carried away by aa under tow, una whei
brought to land by a gentleman, sh
died .on the beuch. ' Four servant girl*
employed at the West Eud Hotel, whil
bathing, were washed out to sea. Thre
were rescued, the fourth was drowned
and the body is not recovered.
President Grant arrived at Lou
WASHINGTON, August 19 -A colore
maa, named Edwards, last eight, she
and instantly killed Robert Humbert, als
colored. Cause-alleged criminal iut
macy of tho latter with the foi mer's wifi
NEW YORK, August 19.-Horace Grei
ley arrived this morning from Boston.
Official returns from eighty-foi
Counties in North Carolina give Cab
well 2,673 majority.
Tho police raided on the gamblers i
Cooey Island, yesterday, throwing sev
ral three-card monte tables into ti
surf and scattering tho thieves.
No new cases of yellow fever iu tl
harbor since yesterday.
Thc Federal Council of Internationu
met yesterday, but did nothing beyoi
appointing a committee tc request tl
oity authorities to sell coal to thu po
at cost price. Tho attendance was thi
BOSTON, August 19.-James Mci
hauy, yesterday, shot his wife in tl
temple, causing death in fiftceu minute
and then shot himself, indicting seve
but not daugerous wounds.
BALTIMORE, August 19.-The Tki
National Bank, on South street, betwe
Seooad and Lombard, wus entered I
burglars last night, and robbed, it
thought, of $100,000. A footing up
now going on. Thc entrance wus effect
by catting through the wall of aa e
joining building, which was occupied
a man givinsr his came as Stabler, w
professed to be a commiusicn merohai
UTICA, August 18.-The $5,000 rai
yesterday, was won by American Gi
beating Palmer in 2 21, 2.22J? and 2.:
SARATOGA, August 19.-Weather iii
but truck heavy from rains last nig
The betting on the steeple chase a
rages: Lochiel, $100; Tammy and Bli
Tom togethor, $80; Vesuvius, $50; Lol
WASHINGTON, August 19-Evening
The heat was excessive here to day, I
thermometer reaching ninety-four in I
There is information from Gem
which warrants the assertion that, sii
the exclusioa of claims for indu
damages, the business before the
buaal of arbitrators hus beou favors
to this Government, and that sev<
awards for direot dumages have alrei
beea agreed upon; the indications be
that, on the conclusion of the adjud
tion, a gross sum will be awarded to
United States, thereby avoidiug a
terence of the subject toa board of ci
missioners. It should not be expec
that particulars can now be offiui
given, as the proceedings of the trihi
are conducted in secret, and as the
formation furnished to our Goverun
is of the same character.
Probabilities-Southerly to East
winds and partly cloudy weather
prevail on Tuesday from North Caro
td Georgia, and from the latter t? I
isiaaa, with probably rain fromSoutl
Louisiana to Florida. Southerly tc \\
orly winda and generally clear wea
over the New England and Mi
States. Falling barometer, inorea
Southerly to Easterly winds, oloudit
and very probably areas of rain, ?
Missouri to lower Michigan and Nc
westward. Southerly, winds from 1
nesaee to Ohio, -with inoreasing ole
ness, on Tuesday afternoon.
The Merchants' and Planters' Nati
Bank, of Montgomery,. Ala., has 1
authorized by the Comptroller of
renoy to eommenoe business.
BALTIMORE, August 19-Evening.
officers of the Third National Bank
their loss by burglary as follows: $5*
in greenbacks and National Bank n
of which eight notes are of $100 <
and twenty-four notes ot $50 eao
the Third National Bank, and the
lowing bonds held as collateral : N
ern Central Railroad, $2,500; r
Carolina State bonds, $11,500; Ma;
and Cincinnati Railroad, $1,000; U
States 5-20s, $1,000; Western Man
Railroad, $2,000. The bank offers
ward of $10,000 for the recovery u
above or pro rata for a partial recovery.
Tho iudividiiHl losses by depositor? hav?
ing boxes m tho vault cannot be ascer?
tained, UH many are out of town. Thu
loss will probably umouut to several
hundred thousand dollars, us it is known
several boxes containing bonds and
other securities will umouut to $75,000.
Tho first lloor cf Outings' Bank build
I ing, from which the entrance was made
[into the bank vault, was routed Juno 1st
by a mun giving the name of E. Wasli
burue, who paid a quarter's r 'lit, $025,
NEW YOUR. August 10-Evening -The
heat ia excessive. The thormometer to?
day stood ut 100 in tho fahnde.
SARATOGA, August 10.-Judge Bernard
has beou fouud guilty. He hus boen ift
moved and disqualified from holding
olTice. Lord and Johnson only voted lu
The lirstrace, a steeple chase, was w?<u
by Tammany. Blind Tom secoud; Ve?
suvius third; ti aie, 6.10%. Thu secoue
race, a dash of one uud u halt miles, wa?
won by Frank Hampton; beating Tub
man, who broke down; time, 2 40. Tin
third was wou by Mary Louisa, bealing
Echo two lengths; King Henry HU
lengths; with Sanford, Winesap, (Ja
dence uud Astronomer trailing iu tin
order named; time, 3.07%.
MEMPHIS, TENN., August 10 -Col
Andrew J. Kellar, editor and proprielo
of tho Avalanche, advances himself a
independent candidate for Congress fron
this District. He is un ardent supporte
of Greeley uud Brown.
There are reports that the boll wort
is doing great damage in Northern Mb
Capt. Pott aud wife, of the Bteuun
Helen Brooke, arrived hero last nigh'
They report that no traces eau be loun
of three children, a woman uud a ms
who were on thu steamer at the time sL
was boarded; neither has Dowoiug
party beeu heard i:oin.
Ki unite lui an . t o in i no re I ii 1.
FRANKFORT, August 19.-Bonds 96J.?
PARIS, August ll).-Rentes 55f. 55c.
LIVERPOOL, August 19-3 P. M.-Co
ton dull-uplauds 9%@9??; Orleai
10J?; sales 10,000 bales; speculation at
LONDON, August 19-3 P. M.-Conao
and mouey 927g? on account 93. Bom
NEW YORK. August 19-Noon.-Stoc
steady. Gold weak, at 14J-?. Mom
easy, at 3. Exchange-long 8%; she
9J?. Governments steady. State boo
quiet. Cottou quiet; eales 1,004 bales
uplands 21%; Orleans 2?J?. F.our di
and heavy. vVheabqniet and unchauge
Corn dull and heavy. Pork steady
mess 13.85@14 00. L trd steady-steu
&%(a?%. Freights steady.
7 P. M.-Sales ot futures to-day 4.6
bales, as follows: September 201>? ; Out
ber 19J?, 19J?; November 18%. 18;
December 18*0; January 18%, under t
form of contracts. Cotton quiet; sa
1,254 bales-21% for middling uplani
22J? for Orleans. Southern flour low
at 7.40@9 50 for common to fair ext
9 55(a) 12 GO for good to choice ext
Whiskey 93J.?. Wheat dull and beai
and fully 5o. lower-wiuter red Westi
1.53(a) 1.68. Corn lower, at 60(3)61, \
steamer, mixed. Pork firm. Beef mi
aotive, at 5@7 for plain mess; 8(3)10
extra mess. Lird dull, at &%(d?.
Freights to Liverpool a shade firm
Money easy throughout the day, at 3
call. Exchange 8?4(ii)H7a'. Gold exatt
but closed at l?}?(<?l?%. Loans 1@
for carrying. 81u 18; 62s 16J?; 64s 10
G5s 16% ; new 15. States dull but v
steady, and prices abont the sume as
tu rd ay. Tennessees 73%; new 7H
Virginias 45J?; new 50; consols 5t
deferred 15. Louisiana 6s 50; new
levee 6s 60; 8s 70. Alabama 8s 83;
58. Georgia 6s 73; 7s 85. North Ci
linas 32; now 20; special tax 13. So
Carolinas 54; uesv 27J?; April aud Ot
CINCINNATI, Angustio.-Flour dull
uucbanged, at 6.75(3)7 25. Pork io
demaud, at 14.00. Lird firm-sumi
sold at 8J?(3)8%; steam nominal, at
(3)8%; kettle 8%(3)8%. Bacon sb
ders quoted at 7J?; clear rib sides
clear bides IOJ4. Whiskey steady, at
LOUISVILLE, August 19.-Extra fat
flour quoted at G 25(0)6.50. Mess \
lirra, at 13.75?14 00. Bacon dem
good-shoulders 7%(3)7%; clear s
10J4'($10& packed. Lard 0}?((?)
kettle 10>?. Whiskey steady.
ST. LOUIS, August 19.-Flour qt
weak and unchanged. Corn dull
drooping-No. 2, mixed, sold at 3
Whiskey steady, ut 91. Pork bigbu
14 75. Bacon Arm- shoulders 7%; ?
rib Bides lOJa; clear sides 10%. 1
NEW ORLEANS, August 19.-Cc
dull and nominal-low middling 19
19J?; receipts 149 bales; sales 61; t
Auau&TA, August 19.-Cotton dull
nominal-middling 19; receipts 1
NORFOLK, August 19.-Cotton qu
low middling 20; receipts 204 t
BALTIMORE,. August 19.-Cottou
-middling 21%; receipts 10 balej;
110; stock 930.
CHARLESTON, August 19.-Cottot
-middling nominal; no prioe given
oeipts 27 bales; sales 25; stock 3,106
SAVANNAH, August 19.-Ootton
-middling 19%; reoeipts 34 bales;
0; s took 601.
BOSTON, August 19.-Cottou c
middling 22J?; reoeipts ll bales;
100; stock 7.500.
PHILADELPHIA, August 19.-C
j WILMINGTON, August 19. -Cotton
-middling 20%; stock 239 bales.
I The Confederate soldiers and
friends aro endowing the Presid
chair of Washington and Lee Univ
with subscriptions in small euc
a memorial tribute to Geo. R. E. 1
There will bo enough wild gre
Texas this year, to make more win
was ever manufactured in France
NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION.-A lotter
from Washington ia the Ballimore Sun
HU j's :
Mr. Goodloe, o? North. Carolina, a
I member of the Liberal National Oom
I uiittee, arrived here to-day. Ile says
! that there in uo doubt but that the Le
! gislatiire will award the gubernatorial
! chair to Merrimon ut its meeting on the
! third Monday iu Novomber, ns evidence
; of fiaud uud illegal voting sufficient has
j boeu collected to destroy Caldwell's al
! leged majority. He states that numbera
j of colored men from other States were
i registered and voted like cattle, and that
j they came iu the State via the Dismal
ISwamp Cantil. It is openly charged here
that the Board of Public Works of this
District sent OOO colored "repeatera" to
vote iu the reeeul Noriu Carolina cleo
I CIRCULAR TO NATIONAL BANKS.-The
j Comptroller of Currency has prepared
j tho following circular for distribution
j among the uatiouul banks iu redemption
"lu future reports of the condition ol
your bank, made to this office, all cheek:
payable iu specio will bo reported undei
the head of cheeks uud other cash items.
The amotiut of these checks will bl
?tuted separately, but extended iu tbi
general uggregate of cash items. Tht
items of specie will include coiu and gob
Treasury notes ouly, stated separately
und extended as heretofore.
"JOHN J. KNOX,
"Comptroller of the Currency."
"IN TUE MIDST OF LIFE," .fcc.-A cor
respondent writiug Mum Saratoga, i
describing the prominent visitors at thu
popular resort, givis tho following dt
scriptiou of oue of them: "Au interesl
tog, but rather horrible individual, bi
cause so dolelul, is a gentleman with
long, pule fane, eyes deep set iu his heat
sepulchral voice, who has the odd fane
of wearing a death's bend upou his shii
front. Aud this death's head is cout
uually opening and shutting its gbastl
mouth, which horrible operation is pe
formed by menus of a small galvan
battery which its owner carries in h
MELANCHOLY SDICIDE.-Tho IUleig
News Icarus that on Wednesday mornic
last, at Boon Hill, Johnston Count;
Mrs. Rachael Perry, the wife of R. ]
Perry, a prominent merchant of th
place, committed suicide by shootit
herself with a pistol. She had only bei
married to Mr. Perry about three month
No cause is assigned for the act.
Wm. M. DeCamp, cf Shueville, low
a Uuiou soldier, whose arm is wither
from a wound received iu the war, ai
now a supporter of Greeley, replied
the taunt that the mau who shot hi
would vote for Greeley, with the plun
declaration: "Yes; and the man who i
ceived the shot will vote for him, too."
Constantinople advices, 21th ult., sb
that the Turkish authorities have order
two agents of the British Bible Socii
I to leave Broussa. Their books w?
j seized, and the sale of all Protest)
j works prohibited. The British emba?
at Constantinople is investigating the
Howard Glyudon asks u terrible qu
j tiou. She wants to kuow if any c
ever imagined what sort of a sight wot
be presented by au interior view of I
600 private rooms of a fashionable wat
I iug place hotel half au hour before d
ner or a hop.
j The country along the Hoe of I
j Uuion Pacific Railroad is oiling ur
au unprecedented rate, aud towus i
villuges are springing up as if by muf
j hundreds of miles West of Omaha. 'J
j red men are disappearing before
rolling tide like snow before the sumi
The Boston Post seems to doubt t
there is such a thing as "justifiable
eulo." But there is such a thing
least there would be, if such a felkn
I Ben. Butler, for instance, would p
iuto the river und stay there 1
t Ben. Butler tells the shoemaker
I Haverhill, Mass., that if Greeley is el
ed they will be taxed to psy for
slaves emancipated by the war. .
j Ben. should also have stated that he
have to pay for the spoons he stole t
iug the war.
This is whut tho Gloucester p
says: "One of the biggest doses of
sea water'ever mixed iu this'harbor
on yesterday forenoon, when eij
blooming damsels were bathing on
Pavilion beach ut one time."
James H. Ingersoll, tho Tu inn
chair maker, was arrested iu New ?
on Thirsday, under two indictment
forgery. As he is already bailed foi
a million iu a civil action, the bail ii
forgery cases WUB fixed at $10,000.
A Republican paper in Ohio
"Oar friends outside will please
claiming this State by 4.0,000 maj'
It looks as if it would give 10,00
It often costs moro to avenge a a
than to bear it.
Wanted to Hire.
AOOOD OOOK. Apply to
_Aug 20 2_ PROBATE OFF1
Capital Building and Loan Assooie
THE regu.ar aiuutnly mooting of the
holders ot this Association will b
at the Hibernian Hall, at 8 o'clock,
EV ION IN li. Instalments received and
loaned aa usual. Ry order of the Pr?t
VV. H. UATHOAU
AUK 20 1 Heoretury and Trei si
Coal! Coal: !
Qf\n TONS of COAL just receive
OUI' will be sold cheaper than an;
in this markot. I have shipped this c
rect, and there is no second profit on it,
who want cheap Coal can apply to
Aug 20 6_I_T- J. H ARI
The Richland Home.
?11 AVE removed to now quartern, o
street, near Lady, where ? cordUllj
tho old riemls of the "Cottage Hoi
visit mo, and solicit the patronage of n
tomers also. WM. KENN
HOTKL A uni VALS, August 19 -Nickerston
Haute- D M Ken nu, J (Jolly, W, O i A lt ll; C
L li.in lt.ui. J E Frv, citv; J FSiuia, Itichlaud;
J Young, J \V Shacklof?rd. H J Latta, ti C; lt
M Wal lu-1, Augusta; K IC Dickson, Clarondon;
J Lunney, Darlington; J C Pride, Hock Hill;
K J Littel nit. Flu; J P M Epping, Beaufort ;
W Perry, Pcudluton; D Malloy, Mr? M O Coit,
Mid.-? M fi Mciver, Chora w; H L Goas, Union;
W G ll ill. N (S; F D BUBII, Q AO It li.
(Jolnmbta Hotel-M Weil, Pompey Town; W
ll Gardner aud wife. Sutntor; H D Gilbert, N
C; li V VVarJIaw, Fla; F A Sawyer, C G bowen,
a C; T J Mackay, Cheater; W Dudley, Charles
ton; A ) DoGovet, l'a; W C Graham, Bu Ex
Cu; W (thuriba, Gu; fi C flinaou, Newberrv;
Mm H Bouthcrlaml, Ailsun; il Hoffa, O C; GA
Darling, rt C; J V Keon, N C; J King, Edisto
Island; I, Duntienian. Charleston; ? Tildman,
fa; Win ItunseU, N Y; W A Len.;, German?
town; I) I, billyaw, N 0; rt L Hugo, city; li W
Tum inaon, M McLaughlin and wife. Charles
tun; W A Norland, blackville; W E Earle,
Greenville; T M Wilkes, Spartanburg; W ll
Monroe, Greenville; G 1' DeVoru, MI?B lt J
DeVore, Kdgetield; C A Budoll, city; ll M
Drano, N G,
Died, on Friday morning, March 22 1, IHl'l,
M A KY Et.LEN. (lauKhter of JamT aud Ida
ll. McCaw, iu the filth year ut ber ago.
Heath in any form or under any circum?
stance i* - lie mont n ileum subj-ct which we
aro called upon to couti tap?ate. It cutero
nillir tin- circles of all. and cuts oft tho old,
the middle aged and the young, ushering tho
immortal spirit into that uuknowu world
from whoso bourne uo traveler baa ever re?
turned. Hut for the revelation which God in
Ilia infinite goodlier has beon ploaacd to
give us, we would bo iu utter darkuoae as to
uur futuro destiny; but, tbanka uuto Him for
thut bleaned revelation, through which wo can
by faith look forward to a blissful eternity
beyond the grave.
The subject o? this notice waa the eldeat
daughter, and almost the idolized child, ot
dovuttd parent*, aud oapeci&lly of a doting
mother. Cut off ao yoong, toru from tho
embrace ot devoted parent--, tho a fil'ct ion ia I
iudecd most sad. A void ia left this world
eau never till; a place around the hearthstone
in the happy family circle has boen left va?
cant which eau never bo filled. The loved
voice, tho joyous laugh, tho eweet strain of |
murtic H > fondly liateued to will be heard on
earth no mure. Wo moura her lost, but,
i banks be to God, not as Ihuae who have no
hope; and wtiou her last hour came-the
houi which to so many is one of struggle and
toiror-?he closed her oyo? iu a quiet sleep,
and ttioy opened not again uutil ''faith had
become viaion." A FRIEND.
Independent Fire Co.
THE members of thia
Company will attend their
regular month IT meeting,
U their Hall, THIS
?VENING, at 8 o'clock.
J. F. SUTPHEN,
NOW IS THE TIME
Save "Four Money!
jp ALL AND WINTER DHE8S GOODS will
be auld at great bargains bufore tho aeaeon
C. P. JACKSON'S.
Cow Feed, Sec.
7pr AA I.BS. best WHKAT BR/ N,
.Ot JU 90 bales No. 1 Timothy Hay,
300 bushels heavy Western Oats.
For nain av CANT WELL'S,
Aue 21 1 Main str>
Victoria Hotel to Be**
fTXHl? HOTEL is situated ' ,r Kii'? and
1 Prino-es streets, Char' .un, 8. C.. a few
doern of tho "Academy of Mimic." It has
furty sleeping rooms for guosta, Ladies' and
Gents' Parlor, with a large Dining Room,
Office, Bar and Billiard Room attaobed, with
Kitchen, Laundry, and all the necessary out?
buildings for servants, together with a large
Stable. Applv at once to
Au? 20 3 _F. dPDEBECK._
C H. BARN WELL'S
Private School for Boys.
THE next aesaion of my SCHOOL
will commence on the FIRST
^MONDAY in Septemb3r.
Wiih the view of securing better
'organization, and of devoting
more time to classical and mathe?
matical studies. I have determined to receive
no pupils under ton or over sixteen years of
age, and to limit their number to thirty.
Thorough instruction given in all branches,
preparatory to a coll? giate course.
Fur further information, apply at my resi?
dence, corner of Plain and Henderson streets.
Au? 20 13_G H BARNWELL.
MTWO ROOMS and a KITCHEN. Ap?
plv at PnO.six office for particulars.
COAX! COAX! !
TRE undersigned havo established a
COAL ?A Kl)
lu thia city, which will be kept regularly 6up
pliod with thc bast qualities of
And FOUNDftY COAL, fur salo at the lowest
pricos. A good article can bo supplied, deli?
vered in any part of the eily.
100 TONS GRATE COAL
Now on haud. LONG TON (2,210 lbs.) will
always bo given.
Mr. W.H. RIVES is our Agent for sale of
Coal, and will give prompt attention to all or?
ders sent him, or dropped in Poat Office Box
No. 117, or left at Fisher A Silliman's Drug
AUK 20 Imo O. G. PARSLEY A CO.
Dissolution of Partnership
VTOTIOE is horeby given that the partner
131 ship heretofore existing under the firm
Dime of W. LOWRY St CO. waa dissolved the
10th of July last, by mutual ooneent. The
business hereafter will be carried on by W.
LOW UV alone, who will collect what is owing
and be responsible for the debts of the late
firm. W. LOW HY.
Auguat 20 tu4 H. 8. BOSWORTH.
FOR THE SOUTH,
E. E. JACKSON'S.
AUK 17 3
' pll IO subscriber has in hand, for sale, a
JL large amount ot valuable REAL ESTATE,
ci in Histing nf Plantations, Farms, Woodlands
Improved and unimproved CITY LOTS.
Especial atte ntion ii culled tu that elegant
and commodious residence known as tho El?
inore llouso. Thin residence is situated on a
lot of six acres, handsomely improved, in a
health}' location, and can bo bought on easy
Several eligible BUSINESS LOTS, on Rich?
ardson street. J. W. PARKER,
Real Etdate Broker,
Aug ll Imo Columbia, S. C.
1AA DOZEN AXES.
X\\J\J 4G balta Hugging.
2UU bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Troco Chains.
Just received and for sale at lowest market
price?. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Mfc 20 FINE LARGE MULES, and 3
f|38& four-horse WAGONS, with 3 sots of
-? J* "?'"l HARNESS.
Augusto J._CHAS. LOGAN.
University ot Virginia, Charlottesville.
THE session commences on OCTOBER 1.
Thc institution embraces an Academia
Department, aud Departments of Law, Medi?
?me, Engineering and Agriculture. For cata?
logues, apply to WM. WER ri?NBAKER, Sac
retary of tho Faculty, P. O. University of Ya.
i' CHAS. S. VENABLE,
AUK 13 tutb9 Chairman of tho Faculty.
Wanted to Hire.
A SMALL HOUSE, or a sufficient
number of Rooms for the accommoda
.lion of a small familv. Apply at this
Office. _ Aogl5 3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EXKODTIVE D EPA UT ll E NT.
COLUMBIA, Angust 17,1872.
IN pureuance of Hection three (3) of an Act of
the General Assembly, approved March 1,
1870, entitled ''Au Act providing for the gene?
ral elections, and the manner of conducting
the same," I do heroby appoint the following
as Commissioners or Election for their re?
spective (.'omit ie?:
Abbeville-J. Hollinnbead, Alexander Bowie,
Aiken-0. D. Mayne, Charles Edmondston,
Anderson-John R. Cochran,Thoa.J. Webb,
Beaufort-lt. H. Gleaves, W. J. Yirdier, E.
Barnwoll-W. A. Nerland, W. J. Mixson, B.
Charleston-Wm. Rollin, E. P. Wall, Geo. J.
Csestor-David Hemphill, John L. West,
T un Lilly.
Chesterfield-R. J. Donaldson, T. L. Wea
tou, G. W. Brewer.
Clarendon-E. ?. Dickson, H. L Benbow,
Oolleton-George F. Molntyre, James Max
well, J. J. Klein.
Darlington-Jonathan Wright, P. C. Fludd,
Edgefield-D. L. Turnor, David Harris, Jno.
Fairfield-Henry Jacobs, Sterling Martin,
Pleasant Ad ?in H .
Georgetown-Henry P. Herriott, Jas. Mur?
rell, E. C. Rainey.
Greenville-Charles Hopkins, Joshua Priest,
Horry-C. L. Johnson, Alva Ensor, Henry
Kershaw-J. F. Sutherland, A. Reynold.!,
Lancaster-William McKenna, John Q. Cou
sart, Robert Mcbain.
Laurens-Joseph Crews, Y. J. F. Owens,
Lexington-diarios Hutto, Geo. W. Wing
wood, James Rawl.
Marion-C. Smith, B. Varapill, B. H. Wil?
Marlboro-C. T. Stubbs, J. L. Easterling,
Daniel C. Odom.
Newberry-H. B. Scott, Jesse Smith, Wm.
Oconee- L. B. Johnson, Johnson Wright,
Orangeburg-T. K. Saaportas, George Boli?
var, James P. Mays.
Eickens-Jeremiah Looper, Dock Owens, A.
Richland-A. L. Solomon, Coiar Lowndes,
Snartanburg-G. A. Sotzler, Bassett Weaver,
B. F. Bates.
Sumter-William E. Johnson, Ben j. Lawson,
J. N. Corbett.
Union-H. H. D. Byron, M. C. Long, H. N.
Williamsburg-M. J. Hirsch. W. W. Ward,
I James Peterson.
York-J. L. Watson, John Martin, James K.
ROBERT K. SCOTT,
August 2.) Governor.
South Carolina Railroad.
CHARLESTON, Aco?fiT 18,1872.
DELEGATES to the Republican State Con?
vention, which meets in Columbia, on
1 tho 21 *t instant, oan purchase return tiokets
i for one fall fare, upon presentation of certifi?
cates from Chairmen of delegations,
j Delegates will not b ? passed back to their
I homes upon certificates of Chairmen or Sec?
retaries of Convcnliona, aa heretofore.
8. B. PICKEN8,
General Ticket Agent B. O. Railroad.
IFORTY-SAW COTTON GIN,-with CON?
DENSER, manufactured by Horace L.
Emory, as good aa new, having been only
us?d a fuw weeks. WiU be sold at a sacrifico,
I by JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
Oats and Corn.
1i\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
.IJUU 700 bushel? White Corn, for
1 Halo low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
AT Dalv's Stablo, eighteen superior
Kentucky HARNESS AND SADDLE
JOTSI HORSES. Persona wishing to pur
_____cba*e will do woll to call ana examine
them, as they have been selected especially
for this market. JOHN N. LONG, Ag't.
Aug 17 R. GRAHAM A CO.