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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1872.
BEWS OE THE DAT,
? -Raphael Bem mes has been made corpora*
lion attorney at Mobile.
'-A hew London daily, devoted in a great
measure to American and German news, ls
about to be started.
-The German and Belgian Governments
have Increased the salaries of their employees
from ten to fifty per cent, on account ol the
increased (mst of living.
-The railway company running through
Mount Cenis Tunnel have been requested by
the French Government to suspend some of I
their trains in order to allow the laying of j
mines, to be exploded In case of war.
-The most melancholy blow to Grant's
prospects is given by his subordinate on the
ticket; lor Senator Wilson concedes Indiana
to the Liberals, and-the senator has no repu?
tation equal to that which he enjoys as apoliti?
-In the" geological and mining survey of J
Ireland the government inspector has report?
ed that that country contains some of tbe
richest coal mines in the world. At present
the whole yield from the old collieries ls but |
one hundred and thirty thousand tons per au?
burn, as many ol them are worked but teebiy .>
while others are permitted to ile entirely idle.
' -Tile French government refuses to reim?
burse the railway companies ior the. travelling
expenses of Gambetta's administration daring
the war, deciding that lt, by excess ot timidity
or a desire to stand well with the party in
power, the employees gave places to every
Radical who demanded them, the State ls not
now to be held responsible.
'.' _The manufacture of doll's shoes from
scraps of morocco, all fancy buttoned and
tipped, has, within tbejiaat three years grown
into' a big business. . One manufacturer in
Massachusetts turns ont fifty thousand pairs
per annum, and uses twenty thousand feet of
morocco and sheepskin. The little pels of the
household angels are well equipped, lt seems,,
' -The heads of the Roman Catholic and
Greek ohnrobes are engaged in a diplomacy
from Rome to St. Petersburg and vice versa,
which may, It is supposed, lead lo a belter un?
derstanding, as In days past, between Plo
Nono and the Czar Alexander. If thia should (
be ai, all realized, Emperor William and Bis?
marck may be induced to reconsider the 1
present policy of Prussia towards the clerics t
who serve on the altars and the congregations
' which worship before the shrines of the Vati?
-The New York Herald, notlclog the col-11
lapse of the Indiana straight-outers by the
declination of their candidates, says: "The 1
talk about a third Presidential candidate | <
ls all Idle and fraudulent. Mr. O'Conor
knows this, and hence, while expressing his .
dissatisfaction with existing political parties '
And advancing his peculiar theories of a pay
as-you-go government, buying Its pinch of tea,
Its ounce of butter and Ita loaf bread for cash
at ?very meal, he refuses to matte himself j
ridiculous by offering himself as the candi?
date of the Blanton Duncan convention."
-They have a new arrangement in France.
They cali It rallie papier. It is like fox hunt?
ing*, only lacking tbe lox element. The com?
pany goes careering over the country in
chase ot a horseman who ls given ten minutes'
atari,-and.whose track ls marked oat by bits
.foot paper which his motion scatters ont of a
couple of huge bags with which he ls laden.
The''..bush*' br trophy of victory ls a white
satin rosette which he wears on his left shoul?
der, and which becomes the spoil of whoever
ls luoky enough to overtake and snatch it from
-The postmaster-general of England, in his
annual report, quotes, among others,, the fol?
lowing complimentary letter from an Amerl
can ge D tie m aD, which goes far to prove the
pei lection to wh'.ch the postal system has
been brought in England : "Having recently
arrived in England, and not knowing the pres?
ent whereabouts of a sister, I addressed a let- j
ter to her late residence thus: 'Upper Nor?
wood, or elsewh ere.' I recel ved a reply in or- I I
dlnary coarse of mail, saying it had been de-1
livered to her on the top or a 'stage-coach in
.Wales. I venture to say no other country caa
show the parallel, or would take the trouble
a? any price."
-A bet ls said to be a fool's argument,
wt Ich, If true, clearly establishes the fact that
there ara & great many foolish people yet to
be mond ia the busy, bnailing world around
tis. Now, whatever ma; be said ot the Hon.
John Morrissey, of New York, no one ever I '
charged him with being a loo), notwithstand
lng the fact that he loves betting as dearly as a
fish loves.' water. He recently passed a few
hours ln"Phlladelphla, and while in that quiet I
and highly moral city indulged In his favorite | ]
pastime, in a manner that plainly indicated
that he had plenty of cash and confidence to
Invest in the election of Buckalow. Among
the bets made by him on Monday last were
$8000 to $10,000 that Buckalew will be elected
governor; $1600 to $2000 on the same resuil;
$1000to$1000 that Buckalew will get eight'
thousand five hundred majority outside Ofi
' Philadelphia, and $1000 to $250 that Hartranit j
won't get twenty thousand majority in the
State. The Hon. John also offered to bet
$5000 that he would continue to bet at the
above odds up to the day ol election-no
- takers. The Hon. John, we believe, has re?
turned to his humble home In Gotham, await?
ing "the good time coming," which is expec?
ted on Wednesday morning next, when he
will be called upon to bag the superabundan^
cash so recklessly risked by the Radicals.
-The New York Trlbune' waB anticipated in
Its intention to send a special reporter to Eng?
land to take passage in an emigrant steamer
In the steerage for the purpose of exposing
its abases by the arrival in its office of a re?
porter of the London News, who bad Just j
made the passage, and lurnlshed ihe Tribune
with his notes. This reporter shipped ou one
? the steamers ol the White Star line, which i
was reported to give the best accommoda?
tion 8. He found tbe Bleeping berths to consist
ot single boards, and so close together that
the shoulders of ten men occupying the tier
touched. The part of the steerage to which
he was consigned contained one hundred and
fifty men, and was so badly ventilated he was
compelled, to avoid suffocation, to retreat to
the deck. The food was iresh and In suffi?
cient quantities, but so badly prepared and
carelessly handled, that lt was almost impos?
sible to eat lt. One of the officers said to tbe
reporter afterwards, "Before I would touch
such food I would He down and die of starva?
tion." The company advertise to furnish
different apartments to families and single
women, but totally fall to preserve auy kind of
privacy, makin g it necessary lor modest women
to remain dressed during an entire voyage.
The sub-officials are often abusive to women,
and children are neglected by mothers for
days at a time on account ot sea-sickness, and
wander about the steerage crying for iood,
there being no steerage stewardess. The
abuses of the lines seem to result more from
the Incompetency of sub-officials than any de?
sire to defraud, although a great Improve?
ment has taken place since 1847, in which
lt ls said twenty thousand emigrants died on
the route to this country.
Down with tbe Carpet-Baggers!
Surely a better time is coming-a time
when every man in South Carolina shall be
measured by his conduct and character, not
by bis glibness of tongue, or tho color of
his skin ; when party lines shall only repre?
sent opposing theories of government, and
every citizen, whichever side he espouses,
shall insist that the candidates presented to
him have active brains, some knowledge of
public affairs, and a keen sense of honor.
This ls the hope in which we live; the hope
which is the breath in the nostrils of the
sturdy thousands who have never despaired
of the Commonwealth; the "hope deferred"
which shall not mach longer Bicken a Btrng.
gllog people. And why do we dare to say
that the day is coming when South Carolina
shall be governed with decency, with justice
and with ability ? We say it, because the
events of the past few weeks, cay, of the j
past few days, indicate unerringly that the j
carpet-bagger is doomed, that his reign fast |
draws to an ignominious close.
Upon the carpet-bagger reste the respon?
sibility of the siege of troubles against which
the white oitizenB straggled in vain. The
carpet-bagger taught tho colored man that
the native white man was a Judas, who
would betray tbe poer blacks into slavery,
if they heeded his counsel or gave him their
votes; tbat only the Puritan carpet-bagger j
conld fitly represent the enfranchised Afri?
can. Labor as be might, the carpet-bag?
ger conld not fill all the comfortable berths |
in the ship of State; nor could his capacious
galtet bold all the tid-bits which reconstruc
lion famished. The blacks were allowed to
take a share, and the moment that they |
entered public life the Mepblstophilean car?
pet bagger glided to their side. It was the j
?arpet-bagger who taught tbe negroes to
ie, who taught them to steal, who taught
,hem to receive bribes, who taught them the
nysteries of discounts and commissions, who
.aught them to play poker, and ia teaching
.hem "cleaned them out," who taught them
JO live by politics instead of by work, who
taught them, in floe, all the vices, the tricks
sind the complicated rascality which form
the capital of tbe genuine carpet-bagger.
Both tempter and tempted made money.
Ihe difference is that the carpet-bagger
kept bis, and the negro did net. The
profits of the twain found their way at last
Into the one elastic satchel. This has been
endured more than four years. The debt of j
the State is trebled and quadrupled, taxes j
are eight and ten times what they were ten
pears ago, and, withal, the treasury is
ampty, hungry creditors clamor for pay?
ment of their debts, and the public schools
ind asylums are closed, or closing, because j
South Carolina has nor money nor credit,
ill this, every tittle of it, is the work of the j
carpet-bagger. The negroes were his tools.
Morally, they are not to blame.
And the negroes begin to see it. The
day before yesterday, in the Radical County
Convention, a black man took the floor, and
exhorted bis colleagues to nominate good
men for office. Warming with the subject,
ibis bold dolegate, Stephen Brown, of Christ j
Church, reminded the Convention that the
x)lored people "could place no further con
"fldence in the unscrupulous carpet-bag'
"gers, who had come into this State, climb
"ed into office upon the backs of the igno?
rant black men, and then robbed and in
"suited whites and blacks alike." He told
ihe Convention that "they must come back
'and put their trust in the white South
'Carolinians, whom they would lind, after all,
'to be their beat and truest friends."
Brown said that "he bod been bitterly op?
posed to Democrats, but it had been be
"cause sentiments of hatred towards the
"whites had been instilled in his mind by the
"rascally white men wlto had come from the
"North, but. he thanked God that his eyes
"had been opened to the truth, and now he
"believed that the interests of the colored
"race, the redemption of the State, and thej
"restoration of peace and prosperity, de-1
"pended upon the election not only of honest
"but educated officers, who muBt be sought
"In part among those who had been known
"as Democrats. He said that for expressing
"such sentiments he had been stigmatized
"as a Democrat, and he might again be
"taunted with being a Democrat, but he j
1 'denied the char?je. He was a Republican,
'niwayB bad been and always would be, and
'the color of his skin precluded him from
'being anything else, and Jie said that in
'giving them th e advice that h e had nttered
"be had been talking as a Republican, and
"bad been giving them just the advice that
"would preserve instead of disrupting the
This is the whole history in few words.
It shows that some of the colored people are
thinking for themselves. That speech by
Stephen Brown was the death-knell of more
thao one carpet-bagger. The roar of ap?
plause with which it was received carried
terror into the breasts of white adventurers,
who had lived as if the negroes, body andi
soul, were theirs.
All that separates whites from blacks, all
that makes the election of worthy public
officers well-nigh impossible, is the distrust
and snspiclon of the native and resident
whites with which the carpet-bagger has
titled the mind of the credulous negro.
There is no political barrier betweea the I
races. The Conservatives or Democrats I
recognize the binding force of the amend-1
ments to the Federal and State Constitu?
tions. They accept them as the supremo I
law of the land, and they do it sincerely and
in good faith. In South Carolina the quos-1
tions connected with secession, with eman-1
clpation and with universal suffrage, are at
rest forever. Only the carpet-bagger hind-1
ers Whites and blacks from pressing forward, I
side by side, in the paths of prosperity and
This is reason enough why the Con
servative voters should re?ase to have aught
to do with the ticket of the Tomllnson
Corbin faction of the Radical party. That
ticket is the expression of the carpet-bag
principle, or want of principle. The elec-1
tion of that ticket rivets the chains which
now hang loosely about the limbs of this
people. The death of the carpet-bagger is
the lire of the State.
Tue Victory In Georgia.
The Georgia Democracy have won a
splendid victory. It was feared that the
Democrats, beiBg confident of electing I
their candidate, would hot take the trouble
to go to the polls, and so might carry the
day by a bare majority. This would have I
had a depressing effect upon the Liberal
cause, as the falling oiT wonld have been re-1
garded as an evidence that the tirades of
Mr. Stephens against Horace Greeley had
diminished the Democratic strength. The
gallant Georgians, however, came squarely I
up to the mark, and have roiled np a ma-1
jori ty which shows what they can do for the
Liberal cause in November. A majority of I
thirty-five or forty thousand now means!
fifty or aixty thousand next month. ?
The Penitentiary to the Rescue.
Pennsylvania basa new sensation. Yerkes,
who was convicted of unlawfully nciing I
public moneys, is pardoned by Governor!
Geary, and therefore repudiates bis affidavit
declaring that Hartranft, the Radical candi
date for Governor of Pennsylvania, bud
used the funds of the State io stock specu-1
lations, and had swindled tbe State by some- j
thing analogous to our own Sinking Fund
Commission. The whole history of the frand J
is printed in another column. It proves j
that the denial of the affidavit was the price
of the pardon. Hartranft was sinking under
the weight of his misconduct, and it was
hoped that a confession by Yerkes, trumped
up at the eleventh hoar, wonld save bim.
But the trick is too plain. Radical newspa
pera denounce lt as a brazen fraud, the tide
of Liberalism is swelling, the Grant engi-1
neera will be hoist with tbeir own petard. !
In the Sonth this plan of pardoning pliant
criminals or troublesome accomplices has
beea in full blast ever since reconstruction
began. Down this way a penitentiary con
viet goes scot free for far lesa canse than in I
tbe Key s tone State. There the pardon is in
tended to save a State. Here it is done to
save a vote. The principle, however, is the
same. Public morals, the suppression o M
crime, the holding up of examples to the po-1
tential cut-throat or cut-purse is what Mr.
Toots would call "of no consequence" in
comparison with the welfare of the party.
Radicalism in Pennsylvania must be on ita j
last legs, wheo only a pardoned convict
stands between it and destruction. I
.?Oar Dear State."
[From the Columbia Union.]
The "Interest" which the leaders in the bolt?
ing movement take in "our dear State" ls evi?
denced by tko taxes which have been paid by
the four most prominent men la that party.
The tax books for Charleston County, where
they ail reside, show that these four gentle?
men have, since 1868, a period of over four
years, paid Into the treasury ot the Slate the
enormous (?) sum of eight hundred and sixty
six dollars and thirty-floe cents, or an average
of fifty-four dollars and fifteea cents each per
year. Only one ot the four bas paid a lax
every year, and the highest amount paid by
him In anyone year was thirty-four dollars
and thirty cents. Another bas paid taxes only
once In four years, and that was last year; the
third paid taxes lor 1870 and 1871, while the j
fourth does not eves have bis name on the lax
books at al), and yet he ls running for the
most important office in the County of Charles?
ton. These men are the pioneers of the Bolt?
ers1 movement, and are asking the people to
support their crowd because they are "honest''
and Interested in the prosperity of the State.
"The Old J?an Eloquent."
Mr. Greeley is represented by the New York
World as saying that be has determined "to
"make no more speeches until after the Octo
"ber elections, and then, If circumstances
"make it necessary, he will make another
"lour." Great as was the popular estimate of
Mr. Greeley's ability before his late lour, it ls
to-day infinitely greater. The speeches he de?
livered have made a profound Impression
upon the public mind. The Missouri Republi?
can exclaims, with enthusiasm, "What a
"many-sided, myriad-miuded man" his
speeches show him to be. He appears to have
firm convictions, and clear, well matured
Ideas on all political subjects, and a gift of lan?
guage and illustration rare indeed.
MOVED to Chapel street, directly opposite
Freight Oi pjt or the Northeastern Railroad, He
will attend to orders for laying carpeta, cleaning
of paint, glasses, Ac. oct2-wf2*
S~~TB?cT55?^^ LODGE, No 73,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Communica?
tion of this Lodge will be held ar. rjolmes's Ly?
ceum, at hair-paat? o'clccfe THIS EVENING.
By order of the W. M.
oct4_ E. W. LEMAN, Secretary.
MARION LODGE, No. 2, L 0. O. F.
The Regular Weekly Meeting of this Lodge
wm De held THIS EVKKINO, at 7 o'clock.
octa*_ KOBI. 0. STARR. Secretary.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet
tug of your Company, at your Hall, THIS (friday)
E VENINO, at hair-past 7 o'clock.
By order. CEO. A. CALDER,
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY_Ton are hereby sammoned to at?
tend a Regular Mon tn ly Meeting or your Company
at your Hall, Tats (Friday) EVENING, 4th Instant,
flt 7 o'cloct
By order. A RT ii CR M. COHEN,
oct?_ secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of the Board of Examiners of Charleston
County will be held at the Normal School, No. 3
St. Phillp street, on SATURDAY, 5th instant, com?
mencing at 9 o'clock A. M. Applicants for ex?
amination will please be present puncto ally at
the appointed hour.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GBIMKE,
WAITINGMAN WANTED. RECOM?
MENDATIONS reqnlred. Apply at No. 6
St. Phillp street. _oct4-l?
WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
to nurse auu do chamber work. Apply,
wli h recommendations, at No. 209 Meeting street.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN, ABOUT 18
years old, quick at figures, and who writes
a good hand,, as Entry dieri. Must be well re
commended. Apply to FORJHQOTI, BENEDICT
A- CO., No. 875 King street._ocl8
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED AT
WM. MATTBIE>8EN'S Tailoring House, cor?
ner or King and Wentworth streets, six flrat-cljss J
Pantaloon Banda. No other need apply, con?
stant worn guaranteed._PCM
WANTED, A WAITINGMAN, OF GOOD
qualities and babita, and who can come
well recommended. Apply at No. 60 st. Phillp
WANTED TO RENT, A DWELLING
io the central part of the city. Rent
about $500. Address THEODORE BENSON, Box
No. 98, PoatofHce. _octa-8
WANTED.-WANTED A PARTNER
In the Shoe, Auction and Commission
Bu-mesa. Must be competent to sell at auction.
Apply at No. 142 Meeting street,_octs-2
WANTED, BY A DRY GOODS HOUSE
in Columbia, s. 0., a young man
thoroughly acquainted with the Hosiery Depart?
ment. Address, with reference and salary ex?
pected, "Hosiery." Lock Box, No. 6, Colombia P.
0., S. 0._oct8 3*
WAITINGMAN WANTED. RECOM-1
MENDATION required. Apply at No. 25
Montague street, south side, one door from
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIKirS OF TUE WORLD. THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE QREAT BOOK
OK THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 26 io loo
copies in a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Addrea> J. W. GOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Sr. Louis, New Orleans.
AGOOD GENERAL AGENT WANTED I
to take charge of the canvass of a line of |
new Subscrlpton Books. Address CHAS. E.
MILLS, care wyn koop a Hallenbeck, No. ns Fol
too street, New York._sep30-6
HORSES 1 HORSESI HORSES!
Just arrived from Kentucky a fine lot or |
uu.sesaud Mute.". For sale low for cash or city
acceptance, at M. HOGAN A 00.>S Stables, No.
60a King street._ocM-nao2*
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE LOW,
fifteen (15| well broke Kentucky MULES, and
a jew good Saddle and Harness HORSES. Apply
at R. ARNOLD'S, Meeting and John streets.
FOR SALE, A NICE BUILDING LOT IN
Lino Btreet, west of st. Phillp street, cheap,
apply io A. 0. MCGILLIVRAY, No. 27* Broad
FOR SALE, ONE 4-HOBSE PORTABLE
ENGINE, capable of driving two (2) MC?
CARTHY GIUB. Also, one Uurn Min aud oue Rice
Fan. Apply to J. FRASER MA ta EUES, No. 66
JUST ARRIVED, FOR SALE, A LOT OF
LARGE BROKE MULES and Horses, suitable
tor draya, at HOCKADAY'S Stables, columbas
JUST ARRIVED, TEN LARGE DRAY
MULEs; also, lot floe Saddle end Harness
HORSES, at H. OAKMaN'S stables, No. 85 Cbnrch
FOR SALE, A GOOD WORK HORSE.
Will draw either In alngle or dcuble har
o es9. Apply at No. 37 Market Btreet. J. OOS
IF YOU WANT A CHEAP" HORSE OR
MOLE you will Had lt to your Interest to call
ai WILSON'S STABLES, No. 148 Meeting Btreet,
before purchasing elsewhere._ggtfj*
FOR SALE, A PIANO, OF SEVEN
Octaves, in good order. Terms moderate.
Address E., at this office._ootl-6*
FOR SALE, AN ELEGANT DRAFT AND
saddle HORSE, warranted ronng, sound
and perfectly gentle. Apply at the Milla House
Stables. _ oct2-wf2*
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell county, five miles from Graham's
Turnout, on the Sooth Carolina Railroad, la offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven hundred and un y
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
good clay Cotton Land. There are also upon the
premises a fine DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together with houses for the accommoda
lion of twenty laborera, Gin House, Sere?, Barns,
Stables, 4c, allin good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance or fine cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston. S. C., or to Dr. W. H. HAGOOD,
Blackville, 8. 0. _ octl
MATCHED HORSES, SINGLE HORSES,
Saddle and Draft Mares and good medium I
Mulei*, Ju"t arrived at K. OAK.MA.VS stable,
Oimrch street._ sep27-8*
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OT J EN, son of the late Henry
oijen, for Seventy-five Dollars, wm be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S. ang27
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, In fair
order. Price, $500. Also, a lot of SHAFTING,
Pulleys, Ac, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK?
LEY 4 du._ auR22 thstu
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quanti les.
Price 60 0ENT6 PEI HUNDRED. Apply at the
omen of THE NRWK. rnavm
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE IN CO-,
LUMBLA FOR SALE.-We are offering at
private aale two large and commodious Brick
and Metal-roofed WAREHOUSES situated on
Gervala 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 lots at?
tached, and, as a sate lnveatment, no better op*
portunlty wai ever afforded. For terms, Ac,
apply to ARTHUR ? BOONE, Attorney a at Law,
Columbia, 8. 0._eep2M2
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue sQbecrlber. being about to leave toe State,
offers for salo that valuable PLANTATION, calle j
the "Yeoman's Tract," uli uated In Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branoh, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The Une of the Port Royal Railroad 1B In cloae
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular S.?w
MID of Dr. J. 0. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion o' the estate.
There are about 200 acres clearod, 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 of timber, and the locality ls remarkably
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents as
fine a body or virgin forest as i he eye can meet i
with In this State, varying from the smallest sized
cap Umber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no Hoer opportunity has ever
been presented of realizing a fortune, as they
have the option or shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rall.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, so. Ca. lu whose hands are the tilles.
Winlaton, So. ca.. August 1st, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-The above Lands will be
sold by Pnbllc Auction, without fall, on Sales-Day
In .November, nelng MONDAY, ihe 4th day of I
November next, at blackville Courthouse, In said
State and County, in Lois ol 100 acres and up?
wards, to suit purchasers.
Terms of Sale-One half cash; balance on
twelve months' credit, with Interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to secure purchase
money. R. N. MILLER.
GERMAN LADIES.' SOCIETY,
IN FREUNDSCHAFT iUND HALL,
ON THUBSSAY, OCT?BBR 10, 1872,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN CHURCH.
Tickets $1, to be had fron the following Com?
Captain D. WERNE rt; Mr. F. VON S AN TEN,
Captain J. SMALL, Ur. J. P. MERKIIAKDT,
Captain H. WAG KN ER. Mr. H. Ko H DE,
Mr. J. 0. H. CL AUSSEN, Mr, W. BtMXHr,
Dr. D. A. AMHK, Mr. J. REILS,
Mr. G. LOGKMANN, Mr. G. LINDSTKDT,
Mr. F. J. LILISNTIIAL, Mr. J. HEBSBMANN.
L. MCLLBR, 0. 0. PLBN0K,
W. KN0BBL00H, Jr., W. STKNDSB,
H. SCHACHTS, J. A. A MME,
J. YON OTEN, H. U. BOKSCH,
A. F. 0. CRAMER, E. BRANDES.
oci3-7 F. ME .CHERS, Chairman.
tout ano .ioun?.
LOST, A COACH PUP, ABOUT FOUB
months old. A rewaid will be given ir re
qaired. Apply at No. 14 smith street. oct41?
DOG LOST.-31 BAYED OB STOLEN,
a white Setter Pup, with two brown spots
on the back, and brown and white head, about
fonr months old. A rewaid will be given if left
at southwest corner Yanderhorsc and St. Phillp
street, or Vanderhorst's wharf._ooM-1*
TO BENT, A DESD8?BLE PORTION OP I
a House, with every convenience, centrally
located. Apply at No. 178 Meeting street.
TO BENT, A SM AIL DWELLING OF
fonr rooms, double piazzas, kitchen of four J
rooms, No. 45 Charlotte BU Bet. Apply to JACOB
OTTOLENGUI, at office, No. 133 Meeting street.
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF
Store No. 142 Meeting street. Bent $160 per
annum. Apply at No. 142 Meetlog street.
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Sodding. Na 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office ol THI
NBWB, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, spplv at the office of |
Tus NBWS, NO. 19 Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE Na 9 Ring street,
recently finished, suitable tor one or two respect?
able families, having all tie necessary outbuild?
ings for the acoommodathin cf the aame. There
ls on the premises one or ne largest cisterns and
one of the best wells or w uer In the city. Apply
on the premises._sep24
FARM TO BENT Oil FOR SALE.-THE
Farm located in St. Andrew's Parlh, being I
toe Drat on the left hand (ide of the road leading [
from the Bridge, will be re J ted or sold on applica?
tion to the subscriber at ? o. 9 Broad street. The
said Farm contains 200 arres, 80 of whloh ls ara?
ble land, and was veiy successfully cultivated be?
fore the war. paying an interest of twenty-five
per cent. Its proximity ti < the city renders lt one
of the most desirable for truck i arming. Toan
approved tenant the rent will be moderate, bot
moat be paid in advance.
HESK? s. GRIGGS, Attorney
8epl8-mf6 For JOSEPH PBBTOBT.
pOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
vX Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Day Boarders accommodated at
hort, notice. _aeplS
PEBSONS DESIRING BOABD IN THE J
western part of the city can obtain it by
applying at No. 16 Rutledge street, near Went?
worth, on the line of the city Railroad.
Joint Stock (Companrj.
0~~FFIC1AL RAFFLE 1TUMBEBS~~OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of tho state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. isl-THURSDAY MOE.NI.NQ, Out. A ;
21-42-65 -47- 8 -68-28-67-42- 2-17-29 |
CLASS No. 182- THURSDAY KVXMINO. Oct 3.
20-74-15-77-6O- 3-73-49-23-78-33-75 |
oct4 A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
Notices itt BankruptT.
IN THE^?STRl??F^rjRT OF THE
UNITED 8TATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
COUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter ol ALFREO
J. FREDERICK, Bankrupt, by whom a petition
for Adjucatlon of Bankruptcy was filed on the
26th day of ?september, A. I). 1872, in said Court.-!
In Bankruptcy-Thia ls to give notice that on the
3d day of October, A D. 1872, a Warrant In Bank?
ruptcy was issued against the RSI ate or ALFRED
J. FREDERICK, o. Orangeburg, lu the County of
urangeburg, aud Sute of South Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on ate own peti?
tion; that i he payment of any debts and delivery
of any p.operty belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him or for lils use, and the transfer of any pro?
perty by him are forbidden by law; that' a meet*
lng of the Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose one or more As?
sign eas or his Estate,, win be held at a court of |
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 72 Broad street,
Charleston, south carolina, before J. 0. OAK
PESTER, Registrar, on lbs SBVBNTBXMTH DAT OF j
OCTOBKK, A. ?. 1872, at 10 O'Clock A. M.
R. M. WALLACE,
0014,10 U. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Annual Course or Lectures lu the Medical
College or the State cf South Carolina will com?
mence on the ist h day of october, 1872.
For any farther Information, application must
bc made to the Dean.
GEO. E. TBES00T, M. D..
oct4-fmw4_ Dean of the Faculty.
OFFICE OF CITY BOARD OF SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON. S. C., 00
TUBER l, 1872.-The Exercises of the Pnbllo
Selu ola of this City wUl be resumed on MONDAY.
7th imtant. Applications for the admiaslon of
children may be made at the respective school
Houses on and after MONDAY, the 14th Instant.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
ST PETER'S PAROCHIAL 8CHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume Its
Exerclsesen T?SSDAY, October the 1st. Apply to
Rev. A. M. FOL0H1, PrlnclpaL_oot2-lmo
MRS. T. W. GLEN WILL BE PRE?
PARED to resume Lessons upon the PIANO
on MONDAY, October 7. The patronage of her
friends and the public generally ls respectfully so?
licited. Residence at T. D. RUDDOCK, Esq.,
Plnckney. near Church street. sep30-s
QONFEDERATE HOME SCHOOL.
The Exercises or this School will be resumed
October 16. The pupils are desired to be punctual
in their attendance at that time. sep28-s
FRENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL
Mesdames GIRARD A ALEXANDER will
resume the Exercises ol their SCHOOL (U. V ) on
JUBB DAY, October 1st, at their residence, No. 83
Bull street._sep23 mwfs
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOABD
ING and Day School for Young Ladles, at Na
68 Hasel street. Offers facilities for Instruction in
the nsaal branches of Engilsh Education; also in
the Modern Language*, Drawing, Painting. Vocal
and Instrumental Music. Exeiolses will bo re
snmed october 1._sepn-l mo
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Miss MARY,ANN BUTE. Confederate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to in form her friends that she will
open a Select Finishing school In Aiken, second
to none in the country. Every tblug taught lo
any institute, Solid or Ornamental, will be
taught; European Languages, Vocal andinst.ru
?mtal Muslo, Drawing, Painting, Wax, French,
"uan aud Spanish. Latin and Music, by com
p. t gentlemeu professors. M. A. BL I E.
Qh HLESTON FEMALE SK il IN A KV.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The TH D ANNUAL SESSION will begin tho
first MONDA : in October, and end the second
FRIDAY lu July, the term ot lpg shortened two
weeks to induce pupils to remain until the olose
ot scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the Jnly Ex?
amination wlil be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises or the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks will |
bc charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulars containing pan lcnlars,
apply as above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
Purchased by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct2-wfme No. 6 Broad Street
?1 HECKS ON NEW YORK,
DRAFTS ON KNGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
For sale, In sums to snit, by
JAMES H. WILSON,
oct2-wfme_Ko. 6 Broad Street.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OP SOUTH
CHARLESTON BBANCH, No. 8 BROAD ST.
AU sums of and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
In this Bank on or before the FIFTH DAT of each
Calendar Month will bear Interest (SIX PER
CENT.) for that Month aa lt deposited on the Ut
Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upwards re?
Deposits received Dally, from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M..
and on Saturday Evenings.
Tbls Branch 1B under the management cf the
LOCAL FINANCE OOKXITTIE :
LOUIS D. DESAUSSURE,
CLELAND R. HUGER, F. MELCH&RS,
DB. A. B. ROSE. BENJ. F. EVANS,
C. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Brandie? of this Bank at the most prominent j
points in this State.
D. RAVENEL. JB.,
oca 6 Cashier at Charleston,
J1IRE INSU RTiToiT
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OP LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74. .
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agenoy of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHACSIX of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owneia Policies in the above named
Companies at as low rates aa any other drat-class
Companies. E. SCBR1NO A CO.,
sep5-3mos Na 14 Broad street.
.Drags at tttyolesalt.
rp R u
S S E S ,
The undersigned, representing one of the largest
Manufacturers in the United States, offers to the
TRADE AND TO PHYSICIANS a full Lino Ol the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS In the above, articles j
at Low PrlceB,
CONSISTING IN TART OF : - -
Nickle Plated Steel and . Brass Spring SINGLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-Fad Single and Double
French Improved Pad Single and Double Trusses j
French Improved Pad, Sort and Hard Pad Light
Spring, Single and Double Trusses.
Buchet Pad, Bort and Hard Pad, Single and Double
Improved Radical Core Men and Tontos' Single
and Double Trusses.
Kid and Chamois Lined Self-adjusting Single and!
Chase's Improved Pad Single and Docble Trusses.
Reversible Hard and Son Pad Single and Double.
Nickle Plated and Ivory Egg Pad Single and Don-;
ole Trusses. . .
Common Right, Left aMl)ouble Trusses.
Youl ha' and Child ren'frSTD gie and Double Trasses,
tu .great variety.
Fitch's, London and Improved Abdominal Belt
United States Army and Navy Patent Hand-Made
Silk Thread and Cotton Suspensories.
Male and Female Shoulder Braces-Elastic, Steel
Springs and Suspenders.
Babbit Skin Chest Protectors.
Elastic Stockings, Knee caps and Anklets, in Bilk
Thread and cotton.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
tailoring, Clothing, &t.
No. 141 KINO STREET,
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully Inform his friends that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well seleoted stock of the latest styles or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELERRATED STAB SHIBTS.
sepi7-lmo . , ? ,. ?_
?Urnas ano JtUbinnts.
TjT ? L U H N7~
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER!
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 5
No. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's cold cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Ott, Reohe'i
Embrocation and obiorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Puls, Ac. AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical instruments and Goods of foreign man
ofacture Imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A fun assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand. M .
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night janiowfmly
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
MATIC, sr RUP. .
Warranted under oatn'.*ever to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of cure,
Including Rev. c. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Jo8eph Beggs, Falla of Schuylkill. Philadel?
phia; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, HlBbtatown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Mnrptiy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Oreeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee. Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DB. GEO. CA?UER, Agent,
Julyl-lyr Charleston, S. 0.
iooo sacks of Liverpool SALT, in lotattoioit
purchasers. RAVENEL A 00.
J^O. 1 PEBUVIAN GUANO.
100 tons Nb. 1 Peruvian, Chincha and Gaanapo
GUANO. Por sale by _
HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
oct8 .... . . r j,,,. Kerr's Wharf.
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For sale
by HERMANN Hil LW INKLE.
ocis . ' , : oooyCfe /Kerr's Wharr.
JflOOD FOB THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OP rTH? AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
YOUNG SHAD. ... iiof3 .
The Cheapest and best Food In existence. Io
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. L ALANE A CO.,
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, s. C., Sole Agents.
Liberal dlf connt to the trade. seplS-Smos
JOHN S. DUNHAM'S
For pnrity and strength, lo unequalled. Ah house?
keepers who nae lt once will have no other. Ask
your Grocer for it, and ute ao other. Wholesale
b7i i-L OTTO F. WETTERS.
..' .' ? '??.'j. .. V'.f'ff ..il- *i> f:???$fy?
-y^T-ILSON'S GEOOEB?. ;;..'.<.
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the mos t
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be roana
ia this city. ."" trratm
They have been selected especially for1 their
medicinal qualities, and their purity ' endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of charleston.
Parties desiring a pure article can always roly
on Liquors sold from this establishment aud
recommended. .1: :>::. :? vr
A foll supply of low grades on hand, ii
No. 306 King s tree t,
4V Address Box No. 883?,
JJ A Ii I B TJ T F l H'-'-S .
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ' "
- TONGUES AMD SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, ,
No. SOT King Street.
All Goods Delivered Promptly. [WT1 ? : aepar.
CANNED PEACHES IJi C A N N E D
PEACHES I : ? fiU
'? -- L. ??. ?": A?Z
180 dozen 2 and S lb. CANNED PEACHES.*,
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 803 King street.
JWAll Gooda delivered free. . > ; .'.j .?> :
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNED TO?
MATOES I .. .y^-.j.: .,
700 dosen 2-lb Canned TOMATOES. ' '
For Bale low at ? WILSONS.' GROCERY,-, -.
No. 806 King rtreet.
MM" All Goods delivered free. "' . ? ' "J"'
g Y B U P l S Y B tJ F I , ' 8,'? B-? P I
GOLDEN SYRUP, 65'cents a gallon, lljf^l
WILSONS' G BOC KR Y,
No. 306 King street.
aa- Ail Goods delivered free.
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GBA>
OERIES AND PROVISIONS
Warranted to suit the palates and tho pockets "
of the million. WILSONS' GROCERY, 1
? NO. 808 King street.
Mr All Goods delivered free;
NEW CODFISH PICKLED SALMON,
SPICED SALMON. . ' .
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
New Herrings. . m - na?iih .
For sale -low at . WILSONS' GROCERY,
' No. soe King street.
*yAll Goods delivered free. . $*f,T
NEW cMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEBE '
Family Pig Pork :eta
?rnoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCEHY, K '
No. 80S King street.
MW AU Goods delivered free. .......
? litton ... h^fi?Sa
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Cf gai ffotittg. ;
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLTNA->-BEAU
FORT COUNTY.-tn the Common Plea*.
ELIZA REED. Plaintiff, aga!nstaMASBAST^
NEY. S. REED STONEY, 3AMM ^STONEY,
1.DWA?D feTONBY, GEORJJE. WJ,STONEY,.0.
LOUIS STONEY, MAO STONEY. ANNIE STONEY,
JULIA STONEY, SARAH J. STONEY; akhehT-at
law, ol JAMES STONEY, deceased, and SAMUEL
p. REED, sa mortgage defend^^
action for Foreclosure of Mortes*[pf ^Keal Es?
tate.-To the Defendants,'.JaMES M. STONEY.
EDWARD STONEY. GEORGE W. STONEY, ?ad
SAMUEL P. BEED: You are eurnmonedtp answer
the complaint in this action, w^ J?J^K
with the Clerk of the court of OommouPteaa ter
the county aforesaid, atBMuTort, andtoaerve
a copy of your answer upon pa.atJhaoOoo of
Mesara. BELLA BARNWELL, at Oj^^S
the county and State ?'?^S^??
E3rC0Qrt fta ss&sr la
the complaint. ?ELL 4 BARNWELL,
To the Derendants above named-rstfwnoi^:
That the summoos in this action wai flied in the
^ce o? the Clerk or the Court for Beaufort Coup
ty on the 17th day of JuJ^iJ?J.
a0g8o-?6_ Plain tUTs Attorneys.
rnlnTirirw FM PB ova* f
WHEELER * WI L B-jOt^',,
?IL BM lt.
SE WING MACHINE,
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST^ .
" We are now Belling these "superior Maohlatt
on Ten Dollar monthly PiWJf??^..^
'?.Mb* i?? ; 2
.p ~O~R S~A L E ,
AT H. B. E U D O IS B A CO.'S
SAW AND PLAINING MILLS, . ' '
FOOT OP LUCAS AND BULL STBXXTS,
FLOORING BOARDS, Tongaed and Grooved
Weatherboarding, Dressed and Jointed
Urea- ed Boards, j 16 to $26 per M Feet
Rough Boards, $io to $20 per M Feet
Meas liing cheap . ? '
Plaster Laths, $2 60 per M
wood. $2 60 per Cord. sepZt^wTmt)
published lu one of the best agricultural sec?
tions ?r the state, ano having a Urge and in?
creasing circulation among me plantera and
rSeas men, offer its columns to, the ago*
Merchants and other business men or Chatterton- ,
Sfh?medium through which they rthfcoltoir
mnnlcate with the Planters and Merchants of the
Peedee Country. Business CaxdS and other Ad?
vertisement* inserted on liberal wm\ <
Address W. J^McKERAJ^, .
aep7-imo Marion, 8.