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' No. 19 Broad H tree t, Charleston, S. 0.
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? Mil FAY,. SEPTEMBER 30, 1872.
If SWS OS THS DA T.
-Ex-Congressman Chandler and General
McClellan are named in connection with the
Tammany nomination for mayor of New York.
-General M..T. McMahon has been appoint?
ed by Comptroller Oreen receiver ol taxea for
New York City.
-In Georgia, no colton or woollen mills
that may be bnilt In the State during the next
two years are to be taxed.
-In Tennessee Ave hundred 8tate prison
convictsare_empIoyed in building railroads
tad working rn ines.
-A raoa between a steam-wagon and a trot?
ting horse waswBneased at Rensselaer Park,
Troy, the other day, the former winning the
mlle heat In 2.28.
-Tbe~New-York World says: "Ex-Gover
sor Bulloos, ol Georgia, ls going to reveal his
reminiscences In a book." His "reminis?
cences" of Georgia are all told in his pocket
. Dook .
-It ls said that the Hon.Thomas Mc Creer;-,
the senator elect from Kentucky, will be most
likely to receive from Governor Leslie the ap?
pointment to fill out the nnexpired term of
the late Mon-.'GarrettDavis.
-In Texas all politics just now are said to
torn upon the question whether or not Gover?
nor Davis shall be Impeached. Anew Legis?
lature ls to be chosen this fall, and t h e candi?
dates are running upon that issue.
-Mr. "Meehi, who writ es-let tera-to-the Lou?
don Tl m*s every year*od - the crop' prospects,
says: "I am noalarmlst, but I believe we shall
have to pay for foreign coru, In quantity and
price, fifteen to'twenty millions sterling more
than In a good wheat season."
-Pauline Lucca was among, the delighted
visitors ai Madame Demorest'a opening the
other day. Sha wore a. brown silk skirt, %
pongee, overdress and sack elaborately trim?
med with lace and inserting of yellow guip?
ure,-and a brown hat decorated with brown
locater feathers. Her toilet waa very becom?
ing, though she wore no pannier, her drapery
ialitngln a direct line from her shoulders.
When shown the Lucca train she laughed like
a child, and said: '-Ees lt for me you name
it,? Thanks, I am much proud, lt ls very
-A strike o? no lesa than forty thousand
S OOttrjft tinry1" 1- expected in the Ashton-nnder
Lyne district, England, in consequence of a
demand for an increase of fifteen per cent. In
wages which the employers refuse to grant.
It Es not Improbable that if the strike occurs
It will extend through the entire cotton manu?
facturing region. It is claimed that an advance
of wages la a simple Impossibility, aa manufac?
turers' proflta have been reduced so much by
the high, prlca ot the raw material and of
coals, that some of the mora sagacious men
In the trade have advocated a temporary ces-,
aatlon of production, as a means of relief from
the present on pro fl tab le and even losing con?
dition ofthe market.
-Mr. Stanley writes from London a long
letter to the New York Herald, In which he
defends himself from the charge ol having im?
posed on tbe public in regard to his discovery
Cf Dr. Livingstone, and especially the charges
made, against aim hy one Lewis H. Noe, who,
? lt will Jai remembered, characterized Stanley
saavbo*J and unscrupulous bot Intelligent
and specious adventurer," relating incidents,
lo which he -charged highway robbery, Ac
Mr. Stanley says that In 1SGG Noe, then a boy,
ww ao attache of his expedition, and when a
?<?W miles east of Smyrna set fire to a valuable
grove, which excited the wrath of the Turks,
and endangered the lives of the party, and
thaine (Stanley) "chastised him for lt with a
iow strokes o'a Bwltch, but that on another
cocaalon Noe was insulted by a brigand chief
when he (Stanley) Strock him with his sword.
Bo the two adventurers ev Ide ally know each
-The origin of the term "foolscap" has
dQpb?ess puzzled many writers who use the
. paper known by that name, and yet, as In
many similar cases, lt took Its name from a
very simple circumstance. Charles I, of
England, granted numerous monopolies for
the support ot the government. Amoag
others waa the manufacture of paper. The
watermark of the finest sort waa the royal
arma of England. The consumption, of thia ar?
ticle was great, and large fortunes were made
by these who purchased the exclusive rieht to
vend iL This, among monopolies, was set
aside by the Parliament that brought Charles
I to the scaffold; and by way of Bhowing their
contempt for the King they ordered the royal
arms tobe taken from the paper and a fool
with his cap and bells to be substituted. It ls
sow over two hundred years since the fools
cap was taken from the paper, but still the
paper of the size whloh the Hump Parliament
ordered for their Journals bears the name of
tote watermark placed there as an indignity to
-The Cuban man-of-war Resolute, alias Pio?
neer, her tackle, apparel, furniture, ammuni?
tion and stores, waa sold at Newport, R. I., on
Tuesday, by order of the United States mar?
shal. The sale attracted many spectators but
few buyers. After a few bids the vessel waa
etruck off to Messrs. Ricketts ? Co., of Balti?
more, for $4800. Everybody was surprised at
the low figure at which she was sold. ' It was
expected that she would certainly have
brought from $8000 to $10,000. The powder
was sold for fifteen and a half and fourteen
cents per pound; the rifle guns for $66 60 each;
the shot and shell brought fifteen cents per
pound; the Enfield rifles fifty cents each, and
the rifle carbines at $112 each. The Messrs.
Ricketts, as soon as they can get the Pioneer
In readiness, will take her to Baltimore, where
they will use her for the Weat India fruit trade.
The Pioneer's late commander; H. L. Norton,
bas been released from Jail, where he has been
confined alnce the 7th of August, and he has
left for New York and bidden adieu to those
.cenes which have been anything but pleasant
go him at this seaside resort.
-The Hew York Sun gives the tollowlng de
jP?Bjot the recent trouble In Hunterdon Conn
ty, N. J.:-^*?ne .^undred and fifty blacks,
- mostly from Virginia, and over three hundred
i white laborers, mostly Irish, were at work on
i a tunnel on the new railroad from Perth Ain
boy to the coal mines. On Saturday night, a
party of the whites, who were drunk, having
been paid off the day before, assailed a party
of the negroes, who had been out serenading,
and were repulsed. They procured reinforce?
ments and renewed the attack, only to be re?
pulsed a second time. About midnight, the
whites;rallied In considerable numbers and
attacked the negroes, burning their buildings.
Both sides were armed with pickaxes and
, other Implements. Charles Coll, a white la?
borer, was killed during tbe fight. Oh discov?
ering the de id body of their comrade the next
day, the Irish laborers were filled with mad?
ness, and raised a cry of revenge. They
organized at four o'clock In the1 morning,
armed with pistols, guns, Ac, and started lu
pursuit of the negroes. Coming opon the lat?
ter soddenly they fired a volley, killing Dennis
Powell, negro. The negroes scattered In all
directions, taking refuge In the house and out?
buildings of a Mrs. Carter. Benjamin DIshman
was found accreted under the stoop. He was
shot and dragged forth and his brains beaten
out. ' A third negro, named Oscar Brace, was
shot while running away, and his body was
stamped almost to a Jelly. The Irishmen then
returned to their quarters. The sheriff of the
county, with a posse, ls reconnoitering the re?
gion, and has made two*arrests so far. Nearly
all the trish ringleaders have run away. Most
of the negroes have abandoned the reserved
wages due them and cleared out In terror.
The scene of the affray waa at Puttenburg,
Union Township, Hunterdon County.
Promise and Performance.
Professions of repentance and promises cf
amendment are pleasant things to hear; bat
the Conservative citizens ot South Carolina
have taken a practical tarn, and value more
an ounce of performance than a wagon load
of sounding oaths and glittering pledges.
When the half a dozen dissatisfied Radicals
withdrew, under the leadership of Judge
Orr, from the State Convention, tbe Conser?
vatives watched the proceeding with deep
interest When it was announced with
effusive rhetoric that th? sole purpose of the
Bolters was to pat down fraud and pnrify
the government, tbe Conservatives held
'their breach and hoped to find a gleam of
hope in the not distant future. Bat, antll
they should see, they declined to believe.
They gave the Bolters credit for possessing
some of the material with which Hades is
said to be paved. Nevertheless, they refused
to commit themselves to the movement
until Its practice as well as precept should
i be known. This was sound sense, as the re?
sult un ba| ipi ly shows.
The State ticket nominated hy the Bolters
was as weak as water, - and the speeches in
the .Convention were insolent and insulting.
That a band of incorruptibles should sepa?
rate themselves from the Radical army was
'natural enough. That they should formally
announce that they wggl? return to the
ranks, and clasp naked corraption to their
breasts, if the Dem?crata entered the field,
wes sufficient to damn their cause forever.
They confessed that the integrity of the party
was more important than the prosperity of
the State; that they preferred a Republi?
can sinner to a Conservative saint. Two
other significant facts were developed. One
was that the real, leaders of the Bolters'
movement are the Federal officials, who will
be unceremoniously kicked out of office if
the regular ticket is elected. This was
shown by the prominent position occupied
by Messrs. Corbin, Clark and Merrili in the
Bolters' meetings. Think of it I Reform
from Collector and distributor Clark, Ku
Klux prosecutor and persecutor Corbin, and
the shoulder-strapped satrap Merrill. The
other fact was that the Bolters, from the
first, were ready to pander to the negro and
take votes, at any price, wherever they
could get them. This is shown by the nomi?
nation of the notorious C. C. Bowen as
chairman of the State Executive Committee.
Ponder it weill The "True Republicans,',
the apostles of reform, commit the manage,
ment of the campaign to an individual who
is charged with every, crime ia the deca?
logue, and had no other claims than his sup?
posed control of the dense colored popula,
tion of the parishes and islands in the
County of Charleston. This was almost
enongh ; and the recent action of the Bolt
ers-Bowen County Convention has filial, the
cup ol shame to the brim.
It was promised that the convention
would nominate sound and honest Republi?
cans,, bat would put on some respectable
Conservatives who might represent the
seven thousand white voters In the county.
The very names of the Conservative candi?
dates on the Bowen tickot were known.
And what comes of itali? Bowen, to se?
cure for himself the nomination for sheriff,
abandons the rest ol the ticket to the rab?
ble; showing himself an apt imitator af his
office-holding colleagues, who have no other
thought than their own profit*. Look at the
ticket I For sheriff, one of the most Impor?
tant and lucrative offices in the State, ls
nominated 0. C. Bowen. For coroner is
nominated Aaron Logan, an illiterate and
impudent negro, whose deviltry has already
caused infinite annoyance to the white
planters in Christ Church. For county
commissioners, ll McLaughlin, who is now,
we believe, under indictment for malfeasance
in office,, and who is cognizant of, if not re?
sponsible for, the frauds or extravagance
which emptied the treasury and left the
county hundreds of thousands of dollars in
debt. With bim are nominated two igno?
rant blacks, who will be as wax in his
hands. Ont of the eighteen mombers of the
Legislature who were nominated, there are
only five or six whom any honest Conserva?
tive can swallow, and not more than two or
three whom he can vote for with any pleas?
ure to himself or advantage to the commu?
nity. Strike out three or four names, and
the ticket is rotten from first to last It 1B
far worse than the ticket which was elected
two years ago. It means more bribery and
corruption, more selling votes, more long
sessions and swollen pay certificates, more
unequal laws and miscellaneous swindling.
In only one particular is it square and above?
board; it is an unmistakable indication of
the manner and measure of Reform and
Purification expressed by the Bolting move?
And, ofter all, why should the Conserva?
tive voter be surprised or disappointed?
No better thing could have been expected
from the Orrs, the Corbins, the Bowens, the
Whippers and the Clarks, who are the lead?
ing reformers. The movement was born in
sin, and conceived in corruption.
Taxe? on Property tn Charleston.
The Board of Equalization for the City Of
Charleston meet again, in the County Audi?
tor's office, at. three o'clock thia afternoon,
when they will act upon such applications
[relating to tbe assessment of property as
may be- brought before them. The Board
have authority "to reduce the valuation of |
"such tracta and lots as, In their opinion,
"have been retuned above their true
"value," and, although their power appears
to be .circumscribed by a provision that
"they shall not reduce the aggregate value
"of the real property" * * "below the
"aggregate value thereof as returned
''by the. County Auditor," it is ex?
tremely important that aggrieved taxpay?
ers should submit a claim for the reduction
of the amount at which their property ls as?
sessed for tax purposes. The tax laws re?
quire that all property "shall be valued for
"taxation at its true value in money," which
"shall be held to be the usual selling price."
Taxpayers, therefore, whose property is as?
sessed at too large an amount should take
advantage o' the session of the Board of
Equalization and secure some reduction.
This is the remedy which the law provides I
against any error on the part of the County.I
Auditor, and lt is somewhat strange that
so few taxpayers go before the Board. Surely
the taxpayers have not grumbled for the
sake of grumbling.
Wim Not Work!
The Radical papers are in a flutter over a
rumor that the Democracy intend to spring
a straight-out ticket upon the people, a few
days before the State election, with the ex?
pectation of running it in between the Moses
and Tomlinson wings of the Radical party.
What we think or so wild a project is al?
ready well known. It could not succeed,
and wonld, moreover, give the Radicals
some reason for believing, what they always
assert, that the Conservatives of Sooth Car?
olina db not keep faith or abide by their
pledges. The answer will be made, or
course, that the Conservatives have not
bound themselves to refrain from nomi?
nating a third ticket. They have not done
so in Convention; bat all over the State the
understanding has been that the Republi?
cans, for this once, should be allowed "to
"tight it out" without interference on the
part of the Conservatives. Nor could there
be found a more effective way of securing
the election of the whole Moses ticket than
by nominating a third set of candidates.
The two wings of the Radical party would
instantly reunite, and against the solid Be
publican vote the Conservatives wonld make j
a miserable show. Besides this, the re
sponsi?ilty of healing the schism, and of its
failure to work any practical benefit, would
instantly be laid at the door of the Conser?
vative citizens of the State.
When shall lying cease to be the chief |
weapons in the Rad i cal armory ? The South
IB quiet and peaceful, recognizes the consti?
tutional amendments as binding and final,
and warmly supports, for the office of Presi?
dent, a life long Abolitionist. Yet the Radi?
cal leaders are busily coining outrageous
falsehoods which shall fire the Northern
heart, and now publish horrible stories of |
new Eu-Elux organizations. These are de?
scribed in the following dispatch to a BOB- j
ton paper. The "strengthening and main
"Laining the Federal authority" means pre?
venting the whites, by force of arms, from
voting for Horace Greeley :
"The department of Justice has recently re?
ceived extended reports from its officers in the
Southern States which already prove the exis?
tence o?a new political order designed to take
the place and effect substantially the work of j
the late Eu-Elux orgaulzaUon. The informa?
tion shows that the order under various
names has already obtained a foothold in His- j
Bl88ippl, Alabama, Georgia and South Caroli?
na, and fol lo wing the example of Its predeces?
sor, ls strongest and most relentless In tho
counties In which the Republicans are the
weakest. In Mississippi several of Its mem?
bers have already been convicted for Intimi?
dating and maltreating voters, the prisoners j
lately tried at Holly Springs having been
found to belong to the new order. The om-1
clals ot the government have acquired a tull
knowledge of the objects and machinery ot
the organization, bavlng carried their investi?
gation in some cases to actual membership.
The Federal authority lu the South, in view of
these new disclosures, will doubtless be
strengthened and maintained in sufficient
presence te preserve the peace and protect
the rights of citizens."
The Election tn Georgia.
The first "October election" to take place
occurs In Georgia next Wednesday; but lt ls BO
overshadowed by the more important elec?
tions In the following week, that few, proba?
bly, have given much thought to lt. The
election In Georgia is for governor, Legisla?
ture and nine Congressmen. Georgia has
always been faithfully Conservative, except?
ing only In 1868, when by means of uprece
dented frauds and usurpations the Washing?
ton Radicals managed to elect Governor Bul- J
lock, whose subsequent pure and Incorrup?
tible course ls known to all. After the preci?
pitate flight of this friend of Grant, the Geor?
gians, thinking that they had had enough of |
Radical rule, elected Governor Smith without
much opposition, and this gentleman will
most probably be re-elected next week for the
fuir term of four years.
The New King of Sweden.
It ls announced by cable that Oscar, brother
of the deceased King, Charles XV, has formal?
ly succeeded to the throne of Sweden and Nor- j
way, under the title of Oscar II. The Salle
law being still in force in Sweden and Nor?
way, tbe crown did not descend to the daught?
er and only child ot the late King, the Crown
Princess Louise of Denmark. King Oscar II,
being a brother of the late King Charles XV,
is therefore a grandson of Bernadotte, the
founder of the present dynasty. He was born
In the year 1829, and about fifteen years ago
married the Princess Sophia Wilhelmina, a
daughter of Duke William ol Nassau. They
have three sons and one daughter, the eldest
child and heir apparent to the throne being
Prince Oscar Gustave Adolphe, who was born
In 1858. The new King held several high po?
sitions during the reign of his brother, being
at the time of the latter's death tbe chief of the
brigade of the guard, lieutenant-general of
the army, and vice-admiral of the navy of Swe?
den and Norway.
pm- DE TDTT'S HAIR DYE HAS
been analyzed by the beat chemists in Europe
and America, and its harmlessness certified to.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE REGU-1
LAR Meeting of the st, Andrew's Society
will be h.-ld at south Carolina Hau, Tnis EVEN?
ING, at 7 o'clock. B??T. M. GORDON,
aep30_ ' ry_Secretary.
PHONIX FIBE ENGINE COMPANY.
. Attend u Extra Meeting of your Com?
pany THIS EVXND?O, 30th, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Members please be punctual, us business of Im?
portance win .be transacted.
. W. B. H. MITCHELL,
scp30_ Secretary, Pro Tem.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB. -ATTEND
the Regular Monthly Meeting of your Club,
on TUESDAY EVXNINQ, at half-past 7 o'clock, at
Mrs. Bernard's Hall, society street.
. sepso-l* GEO. w. DAVIS, Secretary
WANTED LADIES TO SAVE MONEY\
Latest designs In BUSTLES, ?O cents;
French Corsets, 76 cents; Hoop Skirts, 50 cents;
Chignons. 60 cents. ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
AGOOD GENERAL AGENT WANTED
to take charge or the canvass of a line of
new Sabsotlpton Books. Address CHAS. E.
MILLS, care Wjnkoop A Hallenbock, No. 113 Ful
ton street, New York._aep30-6
COOK WANTED. - A WHITE COOK,
(German preferred,) to cook only. Apply at
No. M Rutledge avenue._Bepao-a
WAITINGMAN WANTED. RECOM?
MENDATION required. Apply at No.26
Montague street, south Bide, one door from Smith
WANTED, TO HIRE UNTIL THE 1ST
or March or April next, two good Work
Mule*, for which the heat market price will he
paid. Address, stating terms, Business, P. O.
WANTED, A COMPETENT NURSE.
Apply, with recommendations, nt No. 173
rYOU WANT A CHEAP HORSE OR
MULE you win dud it to your interest to
call at WILSON'S .STABLES, No. 148 Meeting
street, before purchasing elsewhere. sep2Q-6?
WANTED.--WE WILL GIVE EN-1
ERGETio men and women business that \
will pay from M to $8 per day; can be pursued in
your own selgnborhced, and la strictly DOEOTable.
Particulars tree, or siimples that will enable yon
togo to work at one 3 will be sent?n receipt of j
two three cent stamps. Address j. LATHAM A
CO., No. 202 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
GE NTS WANTED.
The Master Spirits or the World, and The Trea?
sure House or America. Tho Great Book of the j
Tear. Agenta repon; sales of 26 to loo copies In a
few hours or days. Prospectos free. Address
' J. W. OOODSPEED.
New -York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louts, New
Orleans. -_Bep24 3mco
WANTS EMPLOYMENT, A STRICTLY J
sober and trustworthy Man. Has some
knowledge of basin ?ss generally, and would act
as watchman, collector or porter in bank, count
lhg-honse or store, (ir any other legitimate busi?
ness that wonld eua ile him to support his family.
Can give the best or reference as to character and
capability. Address "Citizen,'' Narwa office.
if rr Bale.
LOTS IN UPPER PORTION OP THE
TOWN. Cuttle Farm on Rutledge avenue
naa been divide l Into sixty-two lots, aud will be
sold In October. OTTO SCHWEITZER.
MATCHED HORSES, SINGLE HORSES,
.saddle and Draft Mares and good medium
Mules, Jmt arrived at R> OAKMaN'S stable,
Church street. _sep2?-8*
TUST ARRIVED, FROM KENTUCKY,
*J a lot of fine Horses and Mules. For sale for
cash or city acceptance, at "HOOK ad ay's stables,"
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJEN, son or the late Henry
Otjen, ror seventy-eve Dollars. Wul be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MOLLBR'S._aog27
ARRIVED AT HORRIS A HOGAN'S I
8TABLES. No. 60S Ring street, a One lot of
UuKSKS AND MULES. Cheap ror cash or city
acceptance. Another Kit win arrive on Friday
neat, 27th matant._sep28-4*
FOR SALE, TWO HORSE POWERS IN
good order. A Twenty-flve-Horse Engine,
with wrought iron Shafts and Water Wheel
Flanges, suitable io: astern wheel steamer. Also,
a Four-Horse Engine. Will be sold at reasonable
prices. Also, a variety of well got np Wheel-1
wright Work. Apply to A. MoLEISH, No. 4 Cum?
berland street, between state and East Bay
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE PLANTA?
TION on the western branch or Cooper i
hiver, known as North Chachan, containing
about one thousand acres, or wblch aooui eighty
acres are prime rios Ianda On the Plantation
are residence, outbuildings and negro quarters.
With it will be sold a anmmer residence in
Cordesvllle, one mile distant, and a detached
tractor three hundred-acres very One pineland.
Apply to J. DRAYTON FORD, No. 33 Broad street.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CO?
LUMBIA FOR SALE.-We are offering at
private sale two large and coramodioos Brick
and Metal-roofed WAREHOUSES situated on
Gervais street, near the Depots of the Greenville
and Columbia, sooth Carolina, and Wilmington,
columbia and Augusta Railroads. Both these
Warehouses are In good repair, have large lota at?
tached, and, aa a safe investment, no better op?
portunity was ever afforded. For terms, Ac,
apply to ARTHUR A BOONE, Attorneys at Law,
Columbia, & c._:>_eep2i-i2
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being about to leave the State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated In Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, watara of Lower
Three Runs, containing 010 acres.
The Une or the Port Royal Railroad ls in close
proximity to lt, and the splendid Circular Saw
Mili of Dr. J. a Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres oleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge of the
body or timber, and the locality ls remarkably
The timbered portion (710 acres) presents aa j
Anea body or virgin forest aa the eye can meet j
with In thia State, varying from tho smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging ?lae.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no floer opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, as they
have the option of shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or ralL
For further particulars, apply to the subicrlbar,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, So. Os?, in whose hands are the titles.
Winlaton, So. OA.. August 1st, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-The above Lands win be
sold by Public Auotlou. without fall, on Sales-Day
in November, being MONDAY, the 4th day of
November next, at Blackville Courthouse, la said
state and county, m Lots ot loo acres and up?
wards, to suit purortasera.
Terms of Sale-One-half cash; balance on
twelve months' credit, with Interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to eecure purchase
money. R. N. MILLER.
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
and George streets. Best business stand tn
charleston. Also, commodious Rooms, from $2
tO?6. ARCHER'S BAZAAR. _sep30-3?
TO RENT, LARGE STORE AND ROOM,
No. 101 Meeting street; also. Apartments,
with or without board. Apply on premises.
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 140 East Bay, re?
cently occupied aa the Publication Office of Tax
Nxws, and lormerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the office of
TnK gawa. No. ia Broad street._aep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 0 King street,
recently finished, suitable lor one or two respect
ante families, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings for the accommodation of the same. There
is on the premises one of tile largest cisterns and
one of the best wells or water In the city. Apply
on the premises. _sep24
for the RENTING OF THE STORES under
the new Masonic Temple, at the corner of King
and Wentworth streets, will be.recelved until lat
October next. Applicants, In their letters, will
Btate the nature or the bnslnesa to be conducted,
tho rent offered, and the length or lease bid for.
ROBERT S. BRUNS,
Bept23-mwf4tol _Grand Master.
FARM TO RENT OR FOR 8ALE.-THE
Farm located in St. Andrew's Parin, being
the drat on the left hand side of the road reading
from the Bridge, wiU be rented or sold on applica?
tion to the subscriber at No. 0 Broad street. The
said Farm contains 200 acres, 80 of which la ara?
ble land, and waa very sucoessfnUy cultivated be?
fore the war, paying an interest of twenty.nve
per cent. Its proximity to the city renders lt one
of the most desirable for truck farming. To an
approved tenant the rent will be moderate, but
must be paid In advance.
HENRY S. GRIGGS, Attorney
sepis-mfo For Jostra PRXVCST, j
Jjl?BE INSU-BA NOE:
THE NOBTH BBITL3H AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
Tne undersigned, having Increased tbelr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by tbe Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PH(ENIX, of
Hartford, are nov ec t bled to offer to merohanta
and property owners j ohnies In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any ether Drat class
Companies. E. SEBRINO A CO., -
sep5-8mos No. 14 Broad street.
lost a iii Sonna.
LOST, A CANARY BIRD, WITH A
top knot, on Friday afternoon, for which a
reward win be paid If returned to No. 1 Meeting
STEADED OB SI OLEN, A WHITE AND
brown-spotted SETTER FUPPY. Any in
formation concerning same will be gladly re?
ceived. A suitable rt ward .will be given ir re
tamed to No. 24 Meet!lg street._sep30-2?
LOST, ACANAEiYBIRD, FOB WHICH
a reward wUl be paid, If returned to No. 120
wentworth street sep28-2*
her School, the first Monday in October, at
.NO. 13 society street. _aep30-l
MRS. T. W. GLEN WILL BE PRE?
PARED to ream ne Lesson? upon the PIANO
on MONDAY, October 7. The patronage of her
friends and th* public generally is respectfully so?
licited. Heeldence at, T. D. RUDDOCK, Esq.,
Plnokney, near Chore n street._sepao-fl
THE EXERCISES OF MISS MAR?
SHALL'S SCHOOL will be resumed on
1DESDAY, October 1st, at northwest corner Meet
lng ano Reid streets._sep28-2?
CONFEDERATE HOME SCHOOL,
The Exercises of thia School wm be resumed
October IS. The pnpl s are desired to be pu ac tna 1
in their attendance a ; that time. ' sep2?-e
FRENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL.
Mesdames GU .ARI) A ALEXANDER will
resume the Exercises ol their SCHOOL (L>. V.)on
Tu sa DAY, October itt, at tbelr residence, No. 3a
MRS. M. E. TCOMER WILL RESUME
the Exercises of her School, at her resi?
dence, No. e College street, on Tuesday, October
l. Instruction in rn ooh by a competeat teacher.
sep25-wfma*_' ? .
The Exercises of the above School will be re?
sumed on TUESDAY next, October 1. ...
Tne course of Stidtes embraces the primary
and higher branches of English, ancient and Mo- |
dem Languages, anti Mathematica.
Primary School, $2 so a quarter, or st a month.
High School, its a ( uarcer, or $2 a montb. Pay
able in advance._c_. . ? sep28-2.,
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL, AND HOME,
CHUttOH (JP "BE HOLY COMMUNION.
Tue exercises of this School will be resumed on
TUESDAY, 1st October. "The Home" will be ready
for the Boy? on aamti day. JOHN GADSDEN,
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOARD?
ING and Day t chool for Yonng Ladles, at No.
68 liasei atreet. Off irs facilities for instruction In
tue usual branches cf English Education; also in
the Modern Languages, Drawing. Palming, Vocal
and instrumental Unala Exercises will be re
sumed October l._sepl7-lmo
MISS V.MURDEN WILL (D. V.) RE
OPEN her School on October 1st Rev. i
W. MILES win glvo Lessons In Literature and
Belles-Lettres, and Mr. ALEXANDER in Algebra.
Misa MUKDEN will form a Claas for Yoong Ladles
who wish to attend three times a week to receive
Instruction In the higher branches. Julyl6-ml2
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
I Ott YOUNG LAD! Bd.
NO. 18, CORNER KINO AND SOUTH BAY.
MISS 0. M. REID, PRINCIPAL.
The Exercises of this School will be resumed on
Taeaday, October l, 1872._sep2-mS*
CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG-1
LISH AND I'KKNCIi ACADEMY, No. 30
BULL STREET.-The Exercises of the Eighth
Annual Session of this Institute will be com?
menced TUESDAY, October 1. Circulars may De 1
had at the principal Bookstores and at the resi?
dence of the Principal.
W. H. TARRANT, M. D.,
fJIHE HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON, j
The exercises of this lnstlintlon will be resumed
on TUXSDAY, October ist. Oareftil Instruction im- |
parted m the ordinary and the higher branch?e or I
English, m Greek. J .attn, German., French; Mathe?
matics and Bookkeeping. Boya prepared Tor col?
lege or for an en tr? .nee upon business pursuits.
Terms $10 per quarter, payable in advance. No
extra Chargen. I
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, A. M., Principal.
WILLIAM SIMONS, A. M., Assistant.
CHARLES.?. LANNEAU, M D., j J^"*0
L. DnBOS. A. M., French lllaster.
JJUTLEDGE AVENUE SEMINARY.
This institute re-opens on TUESDAY, October 1, I
at the northwest somer of calhoun street and I
Rutledge Avenue. Young ladles and children m. I
structed la all tho branches or an English and I
Classical education. Parents desiring the thor- J
ongh inst ruction ol their children without seed- j
lng them abroad, will do well to consider the I
claims of thia Institute npon the public patronage, I
Full Justice 1B done to the pupils npon the most I
reasonable terms. REY. D. X. LA FAR, I
ARISEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Miss MARY,ANIS BULE,Confederate Soldiers?
Friend, begs to inform her friends that she win I
open a Select Finishing School lu Aiken, second
to none In the country. Everything taught 1n I
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be I
taught; European Languages, Vocal and instru- I
mental Muslo. Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
German and Spanish. Latin and Music, by com- I
pe te nt gentlemen professors. M. A. BUI E. I
QHARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION WUl begin the I
first MONDAY in October, and end the second I
FRIDAY in July, the term being shortened two
weeks to indnce pupils to remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex
animation will be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu-1
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering tho second and third weeks will I
bo charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulara containing pan ic ulara,
apply aa above. ' MISS E. A. KELLY, I
rjHE NE W^TMFEO VE D
WHEELER A WILSON
SEWING MACHINE. I
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. j
We are now selling these superior Mao h mee
on Ten Dollar mon thly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
W HE ELEU A WILSON MANDF'G CO., !
aprs-iyr Na 209 King street.
J^O^irnsTGH EIMES, j
NO. 141 KING STREET, \
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NORTH OP QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully Inform his friends that be
has just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock of the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS. j
Also, a foll assortment of I
GENTLEMEN'!} FURNISHING GOODS, I
Di CLOTING THE . I
CELEBRATED STAB SHIRTS.
_ Ontg^ot ttlrjolggflle.
J) O WIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
. rMPOKTxaa, MANUFACTURSES AND
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
We b9g to call tba attention of Druggists, Poy.
Blelana and Country Ifercbanta to our large and
complete Stock or all Gooda usually kept in a
WHOLESALE DE?U WAREHOUSE,
consisting la part of Pure DRUGS, Medicines and
Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic all Proprietary
Articles, Instruments, Trusses, supporters, Band?
ages, Suspenolons, Glassware, Window Glass,
Potty, Paints, Oils and bye stuffs, instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Druggist's Sun?
dries, which Have been selected with great care
to meet the wanta of all m need of Reliable Arti?
cles at moderate prices.
We are also Proprietors of the following, which
we offer with confidence as being equal to any
simr.ar Preparations in the market:
SUMTER BITTERS, the Great So ut h err Tonic.
MOISE'S TIVER PILLS, Purely Vegetable.
MOISE'S HORSE, HOG AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUS PILLS, Warranted
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM CANDY.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKING
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST,
the Best Liniment ever used.
We are Agents for the folio wing Honses, whose
Articles we offer at Proprietors' prices:
Da. VON QDLANN'S ROYAL CROWN SCHNAPPS.
This world-renowned Tonio ls highly recom?
mended by the moat eminent German Physi?
cians, and pronounced by them as perfectly
pare, and free from aU adulteration. .
JOHN WYETH A BRO., or Philadelphia-Elevant
Pharmaceutical Preparations: Beer Wine
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin,
Bismuth and strychnine, Ac
HANGE BROS. A WHITER Philadelphia-stand?
ard Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar.
Coated PU s.
LIEBIQ'S Texan Extract, of Beef, la au size
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
plies received monthly.
TIE HAN A co.'s Celebrated Surgical instru?
LONG'S Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
- complete in one sn/er-Pi a ted Draw Stand:
The Cheapest andi most Easily Managed Foun?
tain uv tho world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND
METAL F RAKES,
4,6, o, .7 and 8 feet, always on hand.
Joint Stock (frrmpang.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM*
PANT for the benefit or the state Orphan A ay lom.
CLASS No. 173-SATURDAY MOBKINo. Sept. 28.
CLASS No. 174-SATURDAY ETXNINO, sept 28.
61-77-25- 30-11-38-31-63- 5-44-43-40 |
eepSO A. MOROSO. Sworn Commissioner.
finern Stables, Ut.
STREET, NEAR KING, has Jost received
several drat class CARRIAGES; also, a HEARSE,
of finest quality and latest style. Railroad,
Steamboat and Funeral Calls attended to prompt-1
ly. P. LEE, Proprietor. : sep28-4*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-RICH-1
. LAND OOUNTY.-1N THK COMMON PLEAS.
0. H. PETT1NGILL, Plaintiff, against WM. H.
BOYOE, Defendant.-Summons for Relief, Com?
plaint served-To WM. H. BOYCE, Defendant In J
this aotlon : . Yon are henny anmmoned and re?
quired io answer - the complaint In thia action,
which la filed In the office oi the Clerk of the
Court ol Common Pleas lor said county, and to
serve a copy or your answer ou the tnbscrlbers
at their office, in th a statehouse at columbia,
within twenty days after the service or this sum?
mons on you; exclusive of the day of service; and
If you fall to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff m this aotlon win ap- \
ply to the Conn for the relief demanded in the ,
DatedfSeptember 18, 1872.
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
B(p3Q mO Plaintiff's Attorneys.
NOTICE.-APPLICATION WILL BE
made to I he Legislature at Its next Bes
Blon for a RENEWAL OF THE CHARTER of the
Charleston Floating Dry Dock and Marine Rail?
way Company. aug2i-iamo4
riOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
VT Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Day Boarders accommodated at
ahort notice. sepia
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, 8. C., SEPTEM?
BER 2u, 1872.-In pursuance of aresolution adopt?
ed by Connon. September 17, the following Ordi?
nance ls published for the Information or aU con?
cerned. The Police and Detectives have been
instructed to report ail violations of the same
W. W. SIMMONS,
Clerk or council.
STATS Ol? SOUTH CAROLINA, CITY OF CHARLESTON
AN ORDINANCE to repeal an Ordinance entitled,
: "An Ordinance to prevent the erection or brick J
and wooden bnUdlogs, and to provide greater
security against fires."
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen or
the City of Charleston, in City Council assembled:
SBCTION i. That an Ordinance entitled, "An Or?
dinance to prevent the erection Of wooden build?
ings and to provide greater-security against
ares," ratified the eighth day of May, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-eight, bc and the same is hereby repealed,
except aa to auch portions of the City or charles
toB as are hereinafter described, to wit: all lots
abutting on the west side of King atreet, from
South Bay to Calhoun street, and all rear lota, the
en transa to -which are on the said west side of
King atreet; all that territory lying on the east
aide or King street and north of Sooth Bay street,
and extending northerly as far aa Society Btreet,
and to Cooper River on the east, excepting such
made, marsh, mud and water lota as may be
located north of Market street and east of East
Bay street; also, all that territory lying east of
King street, running northerly to Calhoun street,
commencing at Society atreet, and easterly to
Anson street; all lota abutting on the northside
or Society streer, from Anaoa street, running
east to Cooper River, including ail rear lots with
entrance on said Society street Provided, That
every wooden building to be erected on any of
the lots or territory eonth ol Calhoun street ex?
empted from the operation of the Ordinances of
the City or Charleston and Acta or the General
assembly preventing the erection or wooden
buildings, shall not be lesa than two stories lu
nelght. and that all the Inner walls of said band?
ings, including all partitions and ceilings, shall
be lathed and plastered. And, provided further,
that said building snail be covered with slate,
tues or some other materials not combustible;
any person or persons who snail erect any build?
ings on any of the lota or territory desonbea m
the first provisions of this section as exempt from
the operation of the Ordinances of the said city
and Acts of the Gmeral Af sembly preventing the
erection of wooden buildings contrary to any of
the provisions of this Ordinance, upon proof to
conviction, shell be fined in the sum of not less
than three hundred, nor more than six hundred
dollars; the said penalty to be recovered In any'
court of competent Jurisdiction; and provided,
farther, that nothing la this Ordinance shall be
construed as repealing any portion of an Ordi?
nance entitled, "An ordinance to regulate the
erection of steam engines and machinery pro?
pelled by steam within the city, passed by the
City Council ol Ch aries tan, and ratified the
eleventh day of January, In the year or our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.
JJENEREY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manufactured and Repaired. Rollers Recover?
ed, steel Blades and otherparts furnished, by
SMITH A VA LIL
aug80-lmo East end Basel street,
roo tons-baJiHjce cargo b'rtg Haze-for sale toy
^ ,E>."BWEBGAaT. AfBOt
B?p30-1 _-V.-' oentral wharf. .
QOTTON SEED W?i?TED~
I will paythe Wfim* Marka* Prto* for OLEAN.
30TTON SEED. For farther information apply to
WM. A. OOUKTEaTar,
pIOE B ABEEL ?lAYUBi JJ )<] jj JJ
Wanted. 500,000 PIMM STAVES, for RIM Bar?
rels.- Appjr to the subscriber, at West Point
um??tm city;., :... ., .W?WJ^TJOTIT.
sep26-e_ -: ' ' ^v. -.i'**_
J^TO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO*; ?Vs??. /.
100 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN ?UANO, Chincha sad
Qoanape, to arrive per Schoo aer Minnie.:.-.-.y; t
For sale br HERMANN B OL WIN KLE,
?epao ? .- TTi- ;
gKEDS! SEEDS 1
SEED WHEAT. ~V ;
Sooth Carolina Seed Rye. :
- Ked Rnat-proof Oata. . r,
Carefully selected. --
For sale by JOHN CAMPS EN A 00.
sepue-tnthaimo _. ? , ....
J^OODFOE THE MILLION. ..
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OP THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS " '
YOUNG SHAD. - ; . L": ::
'"' ri "l 'ii '? lia ;r> c&ai*!?^.-?
The Cheapest and best Food la existen 10. la
whole, halves and qaarter boxes. . .:., ,
PAUL F. LIL ANEA CO., ' JJ&i
Na 175 East Bay, Charles ton, 8. 0., Sole Agesta:
Liberal disconnt to the trade. . sen la-anoa
? M. u ss
.V ' 1 ' - . ? ? ' '.:
.. .a... .. ay - ; t^?fe
' **U ? . ?1- v.,
. *. ..., ! N?**^
** .*...-... jg
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. . . . ir" . '. ' '-I ?I '.'
ILS O N' SsMJR OO B B,Y.;- ;
. WILSON'S GRODEB? Is now offering th? most ~
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to beioond
inthiaclty. r'' /'' ^S': :3
They have been selected especially tot."their 'Si
medicinal qualities, sad their purity eadofsed by .
the most eminent physicians of ChaxiefitoB. ?'it
Parties desiring a pure article can always rely
on Llqnors sold from ' thia. esubllfljinwnt and
recommended, ? ' r..: :r . jl.
Andi supply of low grades on band." -, [t .?f^i :
?j WILSONS', OE?CERY,:
mt. Address Box Ho. 88V' '
HA L I B U T - P l 'H :B ;
. a . . -J Ju:
.: HALIBUT FM8.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. _ i; - Zy^iun
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For aale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,.;
No. S07 KlDg8treet.
AU Gooda Delivered Promptly., 1 , ' .isipJr'j J
CANNED PEACHES I 0 A N H S D A
PEACHES'1 <?i LV;:J:1
180 dozen 3 and 8 lb. CANNED PEA CHEM fl
For sale low at WILSONS' ORQOERY, ?
Na 806 Klag ?treefl
jgrAB Gooda deuveredftee. -, .??rZ^mWBm
CANNED TOMATOES ! CANNEDMH|
700 dozer, a-lb canned TOMATOEsJH
For sale low at WII^ONb' GROCSH
Na ??s Elig eSj
ay All Goods deUveredfree. -.. t;.- ^WJWH
g Y RU Pl SYRUP T^WY?^W^
GOLDEN s YRUP,J ss cents ? gatton;'? VJ'
WILSONS' O ROO SHY,
Na soe King street.
JW All Goods dettvered free. '! :r^ v
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GEO- *
OERIES AND PROVISIONS. /. ^
Warranted to salt the palates and the pocket?
or the million.- WlMOJ^GReOHETF^.
No. soe King street.
jtyAU Gooda delivered free. . f' j 17. ?1
VTEW COEFI8H, PICKLED SALMON,
JL^I f SPIOED SALMON. ; ,:rr.
JExtra Na l MACKEREL
For sale low at : WILSONS' -GROCERY,
aro. so? Klag street
ag-All Gooda delivered free?
XTEV7 SMOILED BEEP, FBE8H SMOKED
i> TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
PIG SHOULDERS. .vi
Fulton Market BEEF ,
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, :.
No. 806 King street.
49~ All Goods delivered free.
. , ..' . .. :. . ,': . "Zt.
JOHN 3. DUNHAM'S
For purity and strength, la uneqnatted. All house?
keepers who nae lt once will have no other. Ask
your Grocer for lt, and take no other. Wholesale
by OTTO F. WEITERE.
VAJJSNITNE'S PREPARATION OF
Jost received, a large supply of the above. Saos
bottle contains four pounds of the heat Beef, ex?
clusive o? fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also cac. be taken with Codhver Oil, aad
destroys the taste of the Ott. '
Tue only food for delicate children. '
This ls much superior to the "Extract of Beef,"
heretofore offered to the publia as wm he found
npon trial For sale by Dj. H. BA KR,
inn7 _ Na m Meeting eyeet.
jp O R SALE,
AT B. B. HUDOINS & CO.'S
SAW AND PLAINING MILLS,
FOOT OP Lucas AND BULL Sraxrrs,
FLOORING BOARDS, Tongued and Grooved
Weatherboarding, Dressed and J om ted
Dreaded Boards, $16 to $36 per mt Feet
Rough Boards, $10 to $20 per M Feet ,.
Scantling cheap . .
Plaster Laths, $2 60 per M
Wood, $2 60 per Cord. , BepU-WfmS
rJ^???E^A^^rEIjL SES TINEL, : t
(BBOSaON'8 NXWKPAFBX) ~.
PUBLISHED AT BLACKVILLE, H..C. 1
Waa established m 1862, and as an Advertising
Medium ls unsurpasaed by any Country Weekly
in the state. Now is the time to Advertuja.
For Terms, Aa, address E. A. BRONSON, . '
rpjHE MABTON STAB,
Published m one of the best agricultural seo
Uons of the State, and having a large and in?
creasing clrcuiauon among, the planters and
businessmen, offer Ita Columns to the Factor*,
Merchants and other business men of C10rte*toB
as the best med tuna through whtoi they can com?
municate with the Planters and Mercian ta ni the
Peedee country. BuMnesB Oarcji and otter Ad?
vert lnemen ta Luaerted on lfeeral terms. - ."
Address W. J. MoKERALL,1
?ep7-lmo Marion, a ; ; g