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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872.
. HEWS OF THE HAT.
-General John B. Gordon, ot Georgia, ls
stomping the Northwest In behalf ot Greeley
-Edwin Booth is preparing to produce King
John in grand slyle this winter in New York,
and hopes confidently for a "hundred night
-The British emigration commissioners re
port that 53,827 Immigrants came into that
country in 1871, of whom 47,726 came from the
TJnlt?d States, 3997 from British North
America, 1094 from Australia, 110 from other
places; 17,626 were cabin and 86,201 steerage
-It 1B uoderstood.'that Pauline Lucca ls to
place her Jewels and trophies on exhibition at
Tiffany's Jewelry store in Union Square, New
lork. She has the pen presented to her by
Auaer, with whloh he wrote "Fra Dlavolo;"
crowns'in gold and silver; "diamonds, too,
TiOt rings and earrings only, but whole neck?
laces and stomachers of gems."
.-Of R- B. Bullock, Georgia's absconding
Governor, a London (Canada) correspondent
of the New York World writes: "The Gov?
ernor lives.in one pf the finest suburban resi?
dences about this city. His bouso la inrnlsbed
magnificently; bis stud is of the finest stook;
his turnout unsurpassed, and he says he bas
concluded to make London bis residence for
-It has already been stated that a number
o? colored men are emigrating from Mary?
land, Virginia aud West Virginia to work on
railroads In Pennsylvania, and, lt ls Iodinated
pretty; broadly, to vote In the coming election
lor toe: Har tran! t -ticket. Reports to this
effect have been received from Washington
City, Annapolis and from Pennsylvania, where
in some cases; the names of the colonists have
-M. D, Conway says that Llvinstone's let?
ters are a bitter pill to English orthodoxy, and
they would gladly believe them forgeries, if
possible. - D.r. Livingstone was sent ont as a
missionary, and that he should, even for a
moment, think of the "rounded limbs,'' in
~-mt ? fi. .i? MMU, - m.h.,... "--?-?
'Wrought by the slave kidnappers than that
wrought by Satan, fills them with desponden?
cy and surprise.
'I'?SA. -New York .telegram of Sunday says:
"Rev. Francis Vlnlon, D. D., assistant minis?
ter of .Trinity Parish, died at 2.30 this after?
noon, after a lingering Illness, athis residence
In Brooklyn, aged sixty-three years. Dr. Tin?
ton waa a graduate of West Point in 1830, aad I
while stationed at-Boston, as a lieutenant of
artillery, studied law. Two or three years [
subsequently he served as civil engineer In
several New England railways. He was ad?
mitted to the bar of Portsmouth, N. H., in
1834,'r.nd was on duty in the Creek war in
Georgia and Alabama lu 1836. In ihe follow?
ing-year he left the army and studied lor tho
ministry, and was ordained a priest of the
Protestant Episcopal Church In 1839J ' He and
his brother; Dr. Alexander H. Vin ton, have
both distinguished themselves in .their high
calling by their learning and eloquence...
-Ina late number of the Contemporary Re?
view, Herbert Spencer combats the Idea tbat j
inebriety-is on the increase. He describes the J
time when men took drugs to Increase, their |
desire for wine; when glasses were so shaped
that they had to be held until emptied; when j
a man was reckoned, as a ' 'two-botiled man," |
a "three-bottled man," &c; and when (Mr.
Spencer might have added) one ot tho .first of |
Scottish nobles employed a domestic whose
sole duty lt waa to sit under the table and
loosen the neckcloths or the guests as they
fell from their cbalrs, lo order that they might
not suffocate In their drunken sleep. Intoxi?
cation used to be a mark of honor. It ls now
a disgrace,-.Education has driven the evil
lrom one class after another. It Is now al?
most exclusively confined to the lowest. As
Mr. Spencer says, the remedy lor it in Eng?
land is not a "Maine-law," but the Introduction
of the education that has banned it elsewhere.
-The eh ol era epidemic, whloh ac one time
threatened our own shores, BliU pervades Eu? J
rope and' Asia wlih fearful results. The news[M
whloh comes from Roumanla concerning its j
ravages1 can now be contemplated by Ameri?
cana with a compassion which ls not mingled
with apprehension. The latest estimates,
whloh fix the number of Roumanian victims j
at ten thousand. It is to be hoped, are.exag?
gerated. At the same rime, history shows that
that country hw always been a favorite play?
ground, BO to speak, for epidemics. Tbe
cities in-that portion of Europe are filthy and
crowded, and the country i? orten marshy and
unhealthy. The inhabitants of the Western
Hemisphere should be peculiarly grateful for
their immunity from ihls dreadlal disease
during a? seas o a wialoa has iden remarkable
for Its widespread ravages in other parts of I
the globe. Frc. m Northern Asia lt has swept
into India, doing Incalculable mischief there,
and has also sp .read over Russla,Persla and Tur?
key, and . menaced even Germany and Aus?
tria. -The lateu 383 of the season precludea the
-lear^ ot ltB^ further progress westward, and
even- tBV districts now being attacked will
probably soon obtain relief from natural
causes.-. : .
-The Cleveland (Ohio) Herald gives ihe
following particulars of the burning of North?
ern Ohio insane Asylum, on Wednesday last,
by whloh six hundred lunatics Were turned
out of their home, - and nine persons were
crushed and burned to death: "In the course
ot fifteen or twenty minutes it was found that
?n spite ot every effort the flames had worked ?
downward, and were rapidly spreading j
through the upper story of the building lo
every direction. Orders were given for the
Immediate, removal ot the patients. Tho
scenes that ensued during tbe next hour al?
most daly description. The officers and at?
tendants throughoufjhe institution made haste
to unlock the doors of the various wards and
cells and directed the inmates to leave the
building at once. The extreme difficulty 0f
Controlling alz hundred lunatics undei
circumstances can be but faintly imag
Many resolutely refused to leave tbelr
concealing themselves in closets or I
their beds, and neither persuasion nor tl
were ol any avalL In many Instances, I
found necessary to pull them out of
hiding-places by main force. In Beveral
such stout resistance was made thal
sirength of two or three men was requlr
overcome a single patient. In a few c
worst cases they struggled fearfully,
lemale patients were even more difBci
manage than the males. Scores ol them
tafeen by force, resisting In every pos
way with all their strength. Several pail
after being set at liberty in the groi
rushed back Into the burning building, t
again borne struggling out. The building
a splendid structure, nine hundred fee
length, the exterior walls being entire!
stone. Two large wings had but Just
completed at a cost of three hundred thou
dollars." _ _ ._
The Georgi? Election.
The State election in Georgia takes \
to-day, when a Governor and the mern
of the Legislature are to be chosen.
Four y sara ago the vote was, Bnl
(Rep.) 83,527, and Gordon (Dem.) 76,
giving Bullock a majority of 7,171 vi
due entirely to fraud and terrorism. I
in the same year Georgia gave a naji
of 44,608 against Grant In 1870 an i
lion was held for Congress and mern
of the Legislature, and the Democrats
ried the State by 26,803 majority.
The State Legislatura now stands as
lows: House, 28 Republicans and
Democrats; Senate, 15 Republicans am
Democrats. On joint ballot the Democi
majority is 127. The Congressional deli
lion consists of four Democrats and tl
The Democratic candidate for G o verne
Hr. James M. Smith, who was elected t<
the unexpired term of the fugitive Bull?
and will be re-elected by a large majoril
not so large, hov; ever, as tha*. which the S
will give for Greeley on the 5th of i
month. _ _?.. _
The Old Flfftot ?lc?ought.
In the ruidst of a Presidential canvasi
is difficult to give to arguments npon
nature of the United 'States Governm?
and the meaning and force of the Const
tion, the calm study which they requl
The public mind ls occupied by the cl
trap of the a tump-speak or and the gush:
of the hack-writer. There is no time or i
portunity for discussing the problems np
whose solution, npon whose correct and
standing, the whole futuro of tbiscoun
depends. Yet three classes of political lei
era, after a fashion, continue to imprt
their ideas upon the people. The first cia
at the head of whom is Mr. Alexander
Stephens, maintain that this'is aFedei
Republic and that the Constitution ls
compact between the States, each SU
judging for itself whether the compact
violated, and having the right to oboose
own mode and measure of redress. The f
cond class, amongst whom may he number
Carl Schurz and Horace Greeley, treat t
TJnitAd Rtatea aa a nation, nf which the Cc
stltutiOD is the fundamental law, establish
by the people for the people of the ian
These statesmen see with alarm the e
croaebmentsof the legislative branch of tl
Government, and Insist upon making tl
States independent within the sphere mark?
out for.the m by the Constitution. The th ii
class-men like Morton and his disciples
contend that a majority of the Congress ca
do what they please, so long as they sta
short of goading the people into revolutioi
Upon the issue of the straggle betwee
these three classes of thinkers hangs tb
destiny of the Republic. Tbe appearanci
therefore, of a thoughtful, logical and dign
tied reply to Mr. Alexander H. Stephens
History of the War will give satisfaction t
even those who differ most from the author
"Constitutionalist," the author of tb
reply in question, entitled "A Review c
"the First Vol?me of. Alexander H. SU
p he na's War Between the States," hasundei
taken the task because be believes tba
"the old right of secession, or the doctrine c
"the Kentucky r?solutions, is the livinj
"issue" in the Sooth; that "the feeling o
"sectionalism and hostility to the Unite?
"States Government is nursed with a bitte
"malignity," and that nothing will avail ti
set the living and dangerous questions a
rest, but "to change the will," which "cai
"be done only by convincing the (Southern;
"mind, by such arguments as will expos?
"the sophistry so diligently and powerfullj
"taught for the last three-quarters of a Cen?
tury." "Constitutionalist" is mistaken ix
thinking that the Southern people loos
forward to a period when secession shall
be possible. Books like that of Mr.
Stephens have no other avowed object than
to establish the fact that the South, in the
opinion of its leaders, had the constitutional
right to secede. We admit that if a State
had the right to secede in 1860, lt has the
right to secede, if it can, in 1870. Bat the
doctrine of secession ls practically dead, the
natural feeling of hostility to the United
States is dying out, the "old flag" floats
peacefully where it could not wave a year
ago. And the reason is that the South de?
mands, and pleads for, reconciliation and
peace. She meets the North more than half
way, and if the bitterness of 1365-70 revives,
the fault will not lie with the South, but with
the fiendish demagogues who fill the popu?
lar ear with lying stories .about this people.
"Constitutionalist" has studied the constitu?
cional questions under discussion deeply
and broadly, and his arguments will strike
with terrible force those who have been
trained in the belief that Mr. Calhoun's re?
ply to Webster is unanswerable, and that
ihe Virginia and Kentucky resolutions are
to be accepted as a final declaration or the
nature and powers of the Federal Govern?
ment. This has been our doctrine, but we
do not propose to rush into the lists in an?
swer to "Constitutionalist." That must
be left to Mr. Stephens.
The plan of "Constitutionalist" ia to take
ap the statements and arguments of
Mr. Stephens and Mr. Calhoun, to point
oat their logical inconsistencies, to ex?
hibit the defects of their system, and to
show that, admitting Mr. Stephens's theory
to be right, he is compelled, when he
races the facts, to essentially modify ic. He
irgnes ti;ac tbe Constitution was not ratt?
led by "the States" as political bodies, bnt
ay the people as distinguished from those
bodies; that tbe Constitution is a fundamen?
tal law of government for the people of the
United States; that the Government of the
United States is not strictly a Confederacy
or Federal Government; that each State has
not the right to jadge or Infractions of the
contract; that the Government of the United
States is not a Union of States, but a gov?
ernment of and for the people of tbe United j
States; that the compact was not broken by
thirteen States, but by Georgia alone; that
the State of Georgia, in ' fact, and according
to Mr. Stephen s'a doctrine, never did secede,
even aa he understands secession, and '
therefore neither he nor any other of her
citizens can plead her authority for taking
up arms against the Uoited States. This
last chapter is the raciest part of the book.
We sincerely hope that the answer pl j
"Constitutionalist" will be widely read.
The object in the South, ns in the North, is
to arrive at the truth. However old and
venerable an idea may be, we will frankly,
if sadly, give it np when it is shown to bo
false and injurious. It is not easy to an?
swer "Constitutionalist," and we shall be
glad to hear what can be said npon the other
The answer to Mr. Stephens ia published
by Lippincott <fc Co., of Philadelphia, and
is for sale at Holmea's Book House.
Down with tbe Stamps.
The stamp law is wonderfully simplified
by an Act of Congress, passed at the last
session, which went Into effect yesterday.
At one swoop the following taxes are brush?
ed away: Stamps on agreements, appraise?
ments, assignments, bill of exchange, bill
of lading, bill of sale, bonds, brokers' notes,
certificates of all kinds, charter, charter |
party, contract, conveyance, letter of credit,
customhouse entry, deeds, endorsements,
entry, insurance policies, lease, legal docu?
ments, letters of administration, letters tes?
tamentary, manifests, memoranda of sale,
mortagages, orders, passage tickets, pawn?
brokers' checks, powers of attorney, probate I
of will, promissory notes, protest, jail)
claim, deed, receipts, ?fee. Upoa these In?
struments no stamps are now required ; but
the two cent stamp on bank checks, drafts or
1 orders ls still in force. The stamp duties
imposed in Schedule C of the Stamp Act are
not repealed, and the following articles must
be stamped as asnal: Proprietary medi?
cines and preparations, perfumery and cos?
metics, friction matches, wax tapers, cigar j
lights and playing cards.
For the partial repeal of the stamp act
the public are truly thankful. It is a sweet
thing to be able to negotiate a note, to
mortgage a plantation or make a will with?
out calling npon Uncle Sam for a costly
piece of gammed paper to attach to the
document as a finishing toncb. The geln
io time, temper and pocket money will be
immense. Bat the documents will not look j
half as strong and binding without the cus?
tomary illustrations which used to give them
a stamp of respectability. This is the only
drawback, and it does not count for mach
with canny business men. Down, we say,
with the stamps !
Governor Scott on tho Rampage.
The Columbia 1- ham ix says : "We learn that I
"Governor Scott has retained counsel In New [
"York to institute legal proceedings against
"the New York Tribune, lor what he considers
"a slanderous and libellous article, published
"In the Issue ofthat paper of the 27th Instant.
"The Governor asserts that he ls determined I
"not to submit any longer to the circulation of |
"libellous articles, without giving the oppor?
tunity in court to prove the charges that |
"have been and are being made against bim
"In the public prints."
Hotel Lifo In New Torie.
A writer on this subject says : "Speaking of
"hotels, I am led to observe the change be
"tween their business and that of former
"years. Then their patronage was almost ex?
clusively derived from the country mer- j
"charis, who came several times a year to
"make purchases. At present, however,
"there are such opportunities of purchase of- ]
"fered country dealers by means of the com?
mercial traveller system that many of them
"have no occasion to come hither. Such
"branches of trade as boot aod shoe dealers,
"grocers, druggists and hardware dealers, can
"mafeo all their purchases by sample, and
"hence they are seldom seen here. Our hetels
"now have their proportion ot business men,
"but a very large share of their snpport ls de?
rived irom parties of gentlemen and ladlee |
"who come down to enjoy the pleasures o? the
"great metropolis. Hotel life ls more social
"than lt used to be, and, as women now form
"a larger element, it ls more refined and ele?
gant. The hotels this fall are doing a good
"business, which they need, since the summer
"was unusually unprofitable. For two montba i
"they will reap a harvest, and then the trials
"of winter will commence. The difficulty ot
"filling Buoh extensive ranges ol rooms as
"most of them possess, leans to the offering
"of great Inducements to boarders during the
"dull season. Some of the best hotels will be
"filled with this kind of population daring the
"winter, while others will stand half empty.*' j
Reconciliation and Purification.
In his Indianapolis speech Mr. Greeley
pithily announced the two watchwords o? the
present canvass as reconciliation and purifi?
cation. It ls hard to say which ls the more
important. The two together are recognized
by all disinterested and patriotic men as eB- j
sentlal to the restoration of the former peace !
and happiness of the country. Even If the
Union be thoroughly reconstructed on princi?
ples ol justice and equality, this would be only
a partial and temporary good, if what Mr.
Greeley calls the cancer of corruption ls per?
mitted to eat out Its vitals. We need purifi?
cation quite as much as reconciliation. Hon- j
est administration of public affairs In Con?
gress, In the State Legislature, in municipal
government, is felt to be the great want bf ?
the country. So strong and pervading has
been the sense o? this in the public mind that
we see in suoh States as New Fork and Penn?
sylvania party lies ignored, and in the former
State within a year past Democrats united
with Republicans in sweeping away a corrupt
administration, while now, In the latter State,
Republicans are uniting with Democrats to
bring about a thorough and radical reform ol
existing abuses, and put public affairs in the
hands of those who will honestly and faithful?
ly perform official duties. Mere partisans,
demagogues and mercenary traders In poll-1
tics, who Beek from rapacious and knavish
motives to obtain the control of legislation,
whether national, State or municipal, may see
In the combinations which honest men of ail
parties are beginning to form against them
their coming doom; for, as was truly aaid in a
late New York Reform meeting, the men who.
plunder the people will be excluded irom
public office, If the people will only act In
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AX4BN;-Yonare .hereby. mm
moned to attend the Regular Monthly MeetlDg of
your Company THIS (Wednesday) EVBNINO, the
2d instant., at your Engine-House, at half-past 7
o'clock precisely. 49- ? 0. TW^B-1?IRTR.Y
By order. , J. W. ??|*?Bi.
03i3.? . _j_Secretary.
"ajiTNA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY
/VA Attend an Extra Meeting of your Com?
pany THIS EVCNINQ, the 2d instant, at haif-paa*
7 o'clock. Membera will please be pnnctual aa
business of importance will be transacted.
oBy order. fewldent
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN
OINE COMPANY.-The R^uU? Monthly
Meeting will be held THIS ^??"'^?I*1?
the Han of Ho.)k anl Ladder. No. 3,
street, at 7 o'clock. By order of the President.
HOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPA
NY.-Attend a Special Meeting of your
company. THIS (Wednesday) EVRNwa toe 2d in?
stant, at hair-past 7 o'clooc sharp. A lau attena
ance ia requested. By order of the President.
octa_secretary H. S. F. E. Co.
ATTENTION ! WAGENER ARTILLERY
CLUB.-Attend a Begnlar Monthly Meeting
or ) our Club, at Llndstedt's Hail, THIB BYBNTNO,
M hgXSf ?'C,0Ck P^/. LIUKNTHAL.
milE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
X of the Board of Examtners of Charleston
County will be held at the Normal school, No. 3
st. Phillp atreet, on SATUHDAT, 5th Instant, 00m
meoclug at 9 o'clock A. M. Appllcanta for ex
amloatlon will please be,present punctually at
the appointed hoor.
By order or the Board. _"__
E. MONTAO?fi GRIMEE,
WANTED, A WOMAN, TO COOK AND
wash for a small family. Apply at No. 16
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
wash for a small family. References re
qnlred Apply at Na. 6 oreen street. oott-1*
WANTED, A GOOD WASHER AND
ironer immediately at Waverly Hanse,
King street. No lacumbrance. Becommenda
WAITING MAN WANTED. RECOM?
MENDATION required. Apply at No. ss
Montague atreet, north Bide, one door from
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN ACQUAIN?
TS? with the Dry Goods Business; a ho a
Lad. Inquire at No. 262 King fctreet. oot8-l?
WANTEDJAN ACTIVE COLORED BOY
ashonae servant. Apply at East Bay
street, opposite Minority._oi'ta-l*
WANTED, A SITUATION, BY Al
Yoong Lady, aa flrat-class saleswoman,
with good references. Apply at No. 663 King
WANTED, AN ACTIVE LAD. APPLY
at corner or King and Society streets.
WANTED, A FIRST BATE WOMAN
COOK. Apply at No. 14 Meeting street,
corner of Lightwood alley._ootl-2?
TWO GOOD BENCH HANDS AND TWO
intelligent boya wanted at P. P. TOALE'S
Sash, Door and B ind Factory, Horlbect'a Wharf.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER I
SPIhirSOF THU WORLD, THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA.- THE GREAT BOOK j
OF THE YEAR. Agents report sales or26 to 100
oopies in a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. GOoDSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, S\ Louis, New Orleans.
WANTED LADIES TO SAVE MONEY.
Latest designs m BfJ?TLES, 50 cents;
French Corsets, 76 eents; Hoop skirts, 60 cents;
Chignons. 60 cents. AROHKR'd BAZAAR.
WANTED,. HOUSEKEEPERS TO
know that they can obtain good prices
for their old or second-bawl Formt ore. Address
P. O. Key Box, No. 122. _sep2fl-thBw3?
4GOOD GENERAL AGENT WANTED
to t?fco charge of tue canvass ol a line of |
Subscrlptoa Books. Aaureas unas. B. '
MILLS, care Wyn koop a Hallenbeck, No. 113 Ful
ton atreet, New York._aepaO-Q
WANTED.-WE WILL GIVE EN?
ERGETIC men and women business that
will pay from 14 to $8 per day; can be pursued tn
yonr own nelgiiborhoed, and la strictly honorable.
Particulars tree, or samples that will enable yon
to go to work at once will be Benton receipt of
two three cent stamps. Address J. LATHAM <~
CO., No. 292 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
goat ano Janna.
L~OST ON~~SATURDAY LAST~IN
King, between John and Be&nfaln streets,
a Pair of umida' Gold Chain A RM LISTS, with t>.
P. H. upon the locket, for which a reward will be
given lr returned to No. 21 Ashley street. E. 0.
PERSONS DESIRING BOARD IN THE]
western part of the city can obtain lt by
apply lug at No. 16 Rutledge street, near Went?
worth, on the line of the City Railroad.
/^OOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
VX Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Day Boarders accommodated at
short notice. _aepl8
Joint Stork (ZLompanj).
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS^ OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 177-7 ussnAV MOBJONO. Oct. 1.
28-39-74-69-21-41-52- 3-70-16-43- 7
CLASS NO. 178-TOXSOAT RVBTJINO. Oct L
oot2 A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
tura on a ie.
REMOVAL-W. WBITE HAS BE
MOVED to Chapel street, directly opposite
Height Di pat of tue Northeastern Railroad. He
win.attend to orders for laying carpets, cleaning
of paint, glasses, Ao. _octa-wfa+g
SM HUM Caros.
F . H A NC KEL,
CHARLESTON, B. C.,
Having reanmed business on his own account,
will be glad to receive consignments of Produce
for sale. octt-wl?*
JQ A. J. SULLIVAN,
* BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, I
No. 113 MEETING STBEET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his mends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
rjl T. CHAPEAD * GO.,
DgALKBS AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 178 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. a
the highest prices paid ror Crude,
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
OOLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, iron, and all kinds of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
^7* PRESTON DOWLING,
No. 9 BOYCE'S WHARF,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MEROHANT.
Local salesman of the celt brated Wright A
Warnock's Horse-Power for ginning, ?a ry
adapted to the Old Ring Post, and ls a complete
geering, not affected by the weight In the gin
house. Invented by a Barnwell man.- Gins,
with two mnles. 40 cr 46 saw gins, I600 'o 2000
pounds lint per day. price here 5125. Also for
Wright's Cotton Planter. Best ever Invented.
Plants any given number of seed any given num?
ber of Inches apart. One hand, with mule, opens,
plants and covers six acres per day. Price $26.
Purohased bj JJ MES H. WILSON,
oct2-wfm6 No. 6 Broad Street.
?jHECKS ON NEW YOBK,
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
For sale, In sams to salt, by
JJ MES H. WILSON,
oct2~wfms No. 6 Broad Street.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCA, No. 8 BROAD ST.
All sama of and over FIV E DOLLARS deposited
in this Bank on or before tue FIFTH DAT of each
Calendar Month will bea? Interest (SIX PER
CENT.) for that Month aa ii deposited en the 1st
Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and npwarda re?
. -waits received Dally, from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M..
and Saturday Evenings.
Tbi ?tunah ls under th? management ef the
jCAl FIM1KCB OOHMITTBX:
LOCI S D. DKSAUBSURB,
CL FL AML '. HOGER, F. M ELCH ERS,
DB. A. B. L )E, BEN J. F. EVANS,
C. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branche) of thia Bank at the most prominent
points In this State.
D. RAVENEL. Ja.,
oe ti 5 Cushier at Charleston.
J! I R B I N S UR ANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNSOTIODT,
" CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PIKE MX of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Pollolea In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies. E. SEBRING A CO.,
sep6-8mos Na 14 Broad street.
FOB BENT, STORE OOBNEB KING
and George streets. Best business stand in
charleston. Also, commodious Rooms, from $2
to >6 AR'tn BR'S BAZAAR. _sep3Q-8?
TO RENT, LARGE STORE AND BOOM,
No. 101 Meeting sirset; also, Apartments,
with or with ut board. A|>ply on premises.
TO BENT, STORE, No. 188 KING
STREET, next to Singer Office, suitable for
Dry Goode or Boots and Mioes. Apply to singer
Sewing Machine Company._angis-thatn
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building, No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied aa the Publication Office or TUB
Maws, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For ter nu, Ac., applv at the ufflce of
THE NEWS, NO. IO Broad alreet._tep28
TO BENT, THE U> GRAHAM HOUSE,
corner of wentwor .h and Smith streets.
Honse and promises m good order, with noe cis?
tern. For further Information apply to S. B.
PICK ENS, S. C. R. M. Of Bee, corner of King and
Ann utreeta. aug u-w
MASONIC TEMPUS. -APPLICATION S |
for the RENTING OP TSE STORES under
the new Masonic Temple, at the corner of King J
and Wentworth streets, w 111 be received nnUl 1st |
Ootober next. AppUoantn, in their letters, will
state the nature of the business to be conducted,
the ron* oircrotl, ?rad (li* koogth nf loa no tu J for.
ROBERT S. BRUNS,
sopt23 mwrttnl_grand Master.
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two respect?
able families, having ail the necessary outbuild?
ings lor the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one of the largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water tn the city. Apply
on the premises. Bep24
Sax ? ale.
FOB SALE, A G^llTwORK HORSE.
Will draw either lu single or double har?
ness. Apply at No. 37 .darket street. J. COS?
FOR SALE, AN ELEGANT DBAFT AND
Saddle HORSE, warranted young, sound
and perfectly gent?o. Apply at the Mills Boose
IF YOU WANT A O HEAP HORSE OR
MULE yon will find ll to your Interest to call
at WILSON'S STABLES, Ko. 148 Meeting street,
before purchasing elsewhere. ooi2-8*
FOB SALE, AT MILLS HOUSE 8TA
BLEs, two (2) Milch Cows with young
calves, gentle and broke to the tob. Price Sis
FOB SALE, A PIANO, OF SEVEN
Octaves, In good order. Terms moderate.
Address E., at thia office. octl-e*
BULL POND PLANTATION FOB SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, Uv3 mi.es from Graham's
Turnout, on the Sooth Carolina Railroad, ls offer-l
ed for Bale, lt contains neven hundred and filly :
acres, two hundred and Jl?ty aerea of which are |
good clay Cotton Land. There are also upon the
premises a fine DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together with honses for the accommoda
Hun ur twenty laborers, c in House, Screw, Barna,
Stables, Ac, allin good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance of Une cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston, S. c., or to Dr. W. H. HAQOOD,
Blackville, 8. C._ octl
MATCHED HORSES, SINGLE DORSES,
Saddle and Draft ?fares and good medium
I Mules, just arrived at H. OAKMAN'S stable,
Church street._ sep27-8*
TUST ARRIVED, FROM KENTUCKY,
.J a lot of fine Horses ind Mules. For sale for
cash or city acceptance, ct "Hockaday's stables."
I by H. T. TERRILL._sep2fl-8*
FOR SALE, A JU DGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY O WEN, son of the late Henry
uijeo, for Seventy-five CollatB. Will be sold at a
I discount at MENKE A MULLER'S. aug*?7
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quanti lea.
Price M CENTS PE? HUNDRED. Apply at tue
omce nf THE NE Ww. _marla
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CO?
LOMBIA FOR SALE.-We are offering at
private sale two large and commodious Brick
and Metal-roofed WAREHOUSES situated on
Gervais street, near the Depots of the Greenville
and Columbia, sonth Carolina, and Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroads. Both these
warehouses aro In good repair, nave large lota at?
tached, and, asa safe investment, no better op?
portunity wai ever afforded. For terms, Ac,
apply to ARTHUR A BOONE, Attorneys at Law,
Colombia, 8.0._ sep21-12
PLANTATION FOB SALE - GREAT j
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.-|
Toe 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 Brunch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing ?19 acres.
The Une of the Port Royal Railroad ls in close
proximity tolt, and the splendid circular Saw
MU) of Dr. J. 0. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 icres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame honses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge of the
body or timber, and the locality 1B remarkably
The timbered portion (719 acree) presents aa I
fine a body or virgin rarest as the eye can meet
with In this State, varying from the smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging size
To raUroad contractors, lumbermen and tor
pent lue distillers, no liner 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 particular!, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, So. ca. in whose hands are the titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August 1st, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-The above Lands will be
sold by Public Auotlon. slthont rall, on Sales-Day
in November, oelng MONDAY, the 4th day or
November next, at blackville Oourthomc In said
State and County, in Lois of loo acres and up?
wards, to suit purchasers.
Terma or Sale-One half cash; balance on
twelve months' credit, with Interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to secure purchase
manor. a. N. MILLER.
Cf on rational.
OFFICE OF?OITY BO ABD OF SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON, S C., OC
JOBER l, 1872.-The Exercises of the Pnbllc
Schools or this City will be resumed on MONDAY,
7th instant. Applications for the admission of
children may be made at the respective Scnool
Houses ou and after MONDAY, the 14th tnstan ;. ,
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE
ST PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume Its
Exerclaes on TUESDAY, October the 1st. ADUIV to
Rev. A. M. FOLOHI, Pr'lnclpaL octano
COMMERCIAL, ENGLISH AND GER?
NO. 82 WBNTWOBTH STBBIT.
The Sixth Annual Session will beam on the
FIRST OF OCTOBER.
For terms and circulars, apply as above.
_ ? 0. H. BERGMANN.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SOHOOL.
Mesdames GIRARD A ALEXANDER wlU
tes?me the Exercises of their SOHOOL (D. V.)on
TUESDAY, October 1st, at ihelr residence, >"o. 33
Boll street. _ aep23-mwf6
"IITISS C. M. SMITH WILL REOPEN
i-TJ_ her School on WK DN BS DAY, 2d October,
corner of Rutledge avenue and Spring stree:.
French Teacher-Mademoiselle HU ARD.
Drawing Teacher-Mademoiaelle DELLA TORRE.
MRS. T. W. GLEN WILL BE PRE?
PARED to resume Lessons npon the PIANO
on MONDAY;. October 7. Tbe patronage of her
friends and th? pnbllc generally is respectrolly so?
licited. Kealdeuce at T. D. RUDDOCK, Esq,
Plnokney, near Chnrcti street*^._sepso-e
^CONFEDERATE HOME SCHOOL.
The Exercises or this School will be resumed
October 16. The pupils are desired to be ponctuai
In their attendance at that time._sep2g-e
TITES. HOPSON PINCKNBY'S BOARD
irJL INO and Day frchool lor Tonng Ladles, at No.
68 Hasel street. Ollera faculties for Instruction in
the usual branches of English Education; also In
the Modern Languages, Drawing. Painting, Vocal
and Instrumental Music. Exeiclaes will be re?
sumed oe '.tiber l._sepl7-lmo
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAT OF OCTOBER.
Miss MART ANN BUIB, Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to Inform her friends that she will
open a Select Flnlshlag School lo Allan, second
to none lethe country. Everything taught in
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal and Instru?
mental Music Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
German and Spanish. Latin andi Music, by com?
petent gentlemen professors. M. A. B Ul E.
QHARLESTON FEMALE SEMl??t?Y7
NO. 60 ST. PHILIP BTltEET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
Drat MONDAY in october, and end the second
FRIDAY in July, the term being shortened two
weeks to Induce pupils to remain nntil tho close
of scholastic year.
Applicants ana those absent from the Joly Ex?
amination will be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of the schjol be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second ant?, third weela will
be charged from the first.
For Terms and circulars containing paMoulars,
apply aa above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
SDrngs at tDhalseale.
JQOWIE, MOISE & DA VIS
IMPORTEES, MANUFAOTCBEBS AND
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
We beg to call the attention or Druggists, Phy?
sicians and Country Merchants to our lar ;e and
complata Stock of all doods aaa? ly to >t in a j
WHOLESALE DRUU WAREHOUSE,
consisting in part or Pure DRUGS. Medicines and
Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic, all Proprietary j
Articles, Instruments. Trusses, Supporters, Band?
ages, Suspensions, Glassware, Window Glass,
Putty, Paints, Oils and Dye stuffs, Instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Druggist' i sun?
dries, which have been selected with great care |
to meet the wants of all In need of Reliable Arti?
cles at moderate prices.
We are also Proprietors or the following, which
we offer with confidence as being equal to any
similar Preparations in the market:
SUMTER RITTERS, the Great Southern Tc nie.
MOISE'S LIVER PILLS, Purely Vegetable
MOISE'S HORSE, HOG AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Warranted
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM CANDY.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKING
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST
the Best Uniment ever used.
We are Agenta ror the following Honses, whose
Articles we offer at Proprietors' prices:
DR. VON GUL ANN'S ROYAL CROWN SCHNAPPS.
This world-renowned Tonio ls highly recom?
mended by the most eminent German Physi?
cians, and pronounced by them as perfectly
pare, and free from all adulteration.
JOHN WYETH A BRO., cf Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations : Beet' Wine
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin,
Bismuth and Strychnine, J c
BANGE BROS. A WHITE,;of Philadelphia-Stand?
ard Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar- j
LIEBlG'S Texan Extrait or Beef, in nil size
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
plies received monthly.
Tl EM AN A CO.'S Celebrated Surgical Instru?
LONG'S Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
complete in one s I wer-Pi a ted Draw Stand.
The Cheapest and most Easily Managed Foun?
tain in the world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND
4, 6, o, 7 and 8 feet, always on hand.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER * WILSON
SEWING MACHINE. .
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior u whines
on Ten Dollar monthly pay menta.. _
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER* WILSON MANUF-Q CO.,
apr6-lyr Na. 200 gina* street.
Cop artn era ti ni s and SJisBOlni ionf.
unaejslgaed, have this day formed a Part?
nership under the style of LANGLEY h PRIN?
GLE tor the purpose of selling FIREWOOD and
FUEL. We will be prepared at all times to fur?
nish our friends and the public with the beat
qualities of Oak and Pine Wood,s.iwed <oany
length. Orders are solicited at our Office, on
Sooth Commercial Wharf.
F. P. LANGLEY,
WM. A. PRINGLE.
Charleston, October 1, 1872. octl-2
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-TnlB favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions in the city, on the highest ground, ai d
consequently well adapted for a Summer Besot t,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
nlficfently mrnlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of thone contemplating a tour of pleasure
the coming se ison. The cars ron within ft square
of the house, ?uachee at ah the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4mos
. QfaotentB, ?ignoro, _
"?ENGAL BAGGING. R
100 rolla Jost received. Will be sold flt wharf.
QCta-3 -_KINSMAN A BOWBLL
Jj A 6 G I N G.
loo rous DOMESTIC BAGGING, heavy and in
Landing and for sale by !: V 'J '['}*
Wanted, 600 ooo PINE STAVES, for Rles Bar?
rels. Apply to the subscriber, at West Point
Hills, In this city. WILLIAM LEBST- ,
sep28-6 . j
J^TO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
too tons No. i PERUVIAN GUANO, Chincha and
Gnanape, to arrive per schooner Minnie.- *"*"-'
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE.
jpOODFOB THE MILLION. ..-...... "
THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS *
YOUNG SHAD. -
The Cheapest and best Food la existence. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. L ALANE & CO.,
Na 176 East Bay, Charleston, s. C., Sole Agenta.
Liberal dlrconnt to the trade. aepl>j*trm
JOHN S . DUNHAM'S
For purity and strength, ls unequalled, A?house?
keep era who use lt once will nave no other. Atc
yonr Grocer for lt, and tate no other. Wholesale
by . OTTO F. WEJTEJUL ,
- i .'.T /'.:>."
..' '? ' 5 *itr. Lsd ?
Ha : ii
TT^ ILS O N'S GBOOEBY.
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the iscs.
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
In this city. !.. ( . . ..
. They have been selected especially xor their
medicinal quallUes, and their purity endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston.
Parties desiring a pore article can always rely
on Liquors sold from this establishment and
A foll supply of low grades on hand. ' '
No. soe King street.
MW Address Box No. 888.
TT A L I B ? T F I N , . S .
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ,. . ,
TONGUES AND BOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na SOT King Street,..
AU Gooda Delivered Promptly:.' aeptr :
CANNED' PEACHES 1 CANNED
180 dozen J; and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.! -r
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. ?00 King street. .
MWA? Coeds delivered Dee, gta -?, -
CANNED TOMATOES ! " CANNED TO?
MATOES i baa ta
700 dozen 21b canned TOMATOES, i"
For sale lotr at wi LSO NS- GROCERY/'
Na 208 King street.
MW All Goods delivered freq_
gYBUPl 8YRUP1 StfRUP!
GOLDEN SYRUP, 06 cents A gallon. :JSS., ?
No. SO? King street.
49* All Goods delivered free.
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GBO
OERIBS AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to ault the palates and the pockets
or the million. WILSONS' QR90?RT,
' No. 306 King street.
sst-Aii Gooda delivered free., .. ,.? .j.
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED 'SALMON, -
Extra Na 1 MACKEREL
New Herrings. . . !
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 300 Kine street.
MWAU Goods delivered frea
ATEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
ll TONGUES. NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
PIG SHOULDERS. ~ ,:,
Fulton Market BEBE' . .
FamBy Pur Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues ' . '
Pickled Pigs'Feet:" ..
For aale low at WILSONS'GROCERY,
No. 308 King street.
MW AU Goods deUvered free..
p o E SALE,
AT R. E ? H U D G IN 8 A CO.'S
SAW AND PLAINING KILLS,
FOOT or LUCAS AMP BULL SranaTs,
FLOORING BOARDS. Tong o ed and Grooved
Weatherboarding, Dressed and Jointed
Dreaed Boards. ?16 to S26 perMFWt ,
Rough Boards, $10 to $20 per M Feet
Plaster Laths, $3 60 per M
Wood, $2 60 per Cord. sep26-wjmo
S?KTTJ Stanks, &t.
PAVILION HOTEL STABLES, SOCIETY
STREET, NEAR KING, han Jost received
several first class CARRIAGES; also, a HEARSE;
or finest quality and latest style. Railroad,
Steamboat and Funeral Calla attended to prompt?
ly, p. LEE, Proprietor. aep28-6* :
TOO BH?MTHEil M E B,
Na 141 KING STREET, ^. -
WBST Si DB, A PBW BOOHS NORTH OF Q.UXXN STOUT,
Would respectfully inform hts manda that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well aeleoted stock of the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, .
INCLUDING TBS . ,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS,
sepl7-lmo _j ?
Published in one of the beat agricultural sec?
tions of the state, aud having a large and in?
creasing circulation among the plantera and
business men, drier Ita Columna -to the Factors,
Merchants and other business men or Charleston
as the best medium through which they can com*
mnnlcate with toe Planters and Mere nant? of the
Peedee country. Business Cards and other Ad?
vertlsements Inserted cn liberal terms .
Address . W. J. McKERALL, ..
aepT lmo_. . . Marion. 8.
rjmE BARNWELLSENTINEL, . ..
PUBLISHED AT BLACKVILLE,.B. a
Was established in 1862, and aa aa Advertising
Mellum isunsurpasaed by any country Woefcly
in the staie. Now u the . time to Advertise.
For Terms, Ac, address E. A BRONSON,