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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1872.
SEWS OE THE DAY.
[ -Already a new revolutionary party In Mex?
ico? has started to oust the new President
Lerdo. ' , "
-The Bank of England'has declined t? dis?
count the paper of Borne German and other
Continental. financial Institutions not having
thelr'pr'lncVp'al seat In London.
; -In order to prevent the Introduction of the
nattle plague into Ireland, the English Gov?
ernment has issued an order prohib? Ung the
Importation of cattle -Into that conntry from
England, Scotland and Germany. The prohi?
bition extends to undressed skins, hides,
-The New Oi leans and Carrollton Railroad
Company are running their cars by a novel
motive power; which the Picayune says ls ob?
tained by means ot the. suppression of steam
In waiter, the steam being taken from a sta?
tionary boiler at the de poi, only three or four
m mutes belt g eonsu med j In charging, - thus
doing away with the fire to keep up tbe
pressure, isl . :.. ?*<''
-There exists in New York a company for
the', manufacture of pies, with a capital of
$300,000. Some Idea of the extent of the
business may be conceived from the following
nummary of articles used per week: Sugar,
40,000 pounds; butter, 6000 pounds ; cocoanut,
1600 pounds; pumpkins and squashes, 60,000
pounds; milk, 12,000 quarts; eggs, 60,000;
flour, 140 barrel?; beef, for mince pies, 800 ,
pounds ; apples, 500 barrels; berries, 100 boxes;
pie patee, 100,000.- - J
-? ' -In' Wilmington, Delaware, there1 is a gen- t
' tierna^ ninety-eight years Of age, who has to ?
be clo se) y watched to prevent him from ge t
tlrig married. He has. made about fi fty at?
tempts, end always finds women to share I
them.:sLast week bis friends rushed lo' and (
forbid ; the. banns, J asi in lime to prevents
magistrate from uniting the old gentleman to (
alpinster of-thirty. He ls said tabe a "mono- t
' maniac" on the subject ot marriage. . ? ? ? - ]
" -Chloral or ohloralcbOT?B now becoming a
favorite ?'nbHttlnto on the Continent for chlo- (
roform, laudanum and other opiates used in I
rurgery therapeutics. Above three and a half ,
cwt. o? the new. 8nbstance.hsA.been delivered
by the Berlin manufacturera alone this year, ^
and It ls teared that a large portion of this ]
comparatively -considerable production bas ,
been .mfjioyod tor' ans thing bat amltary or
Bbothln? purposes; for Instance, baby-farming, 1
Jobbery, poisoning, Ac
-Father Seccht communicates to Les ?
Monde* the particulars of a violent solar ex- *
plosion on the evening cf the 7th of July. The .
internal movements of the incandescent \
vapors ?. were so intense that the luminous ;
doods, were '.seen, to change form rapidly,
their height being six Limes greater than the e
earth's diameter. Tbe eruption continu ed i
abo ut two hours. On the*same dabs an aurora g
borealis' was seen afc liadrld and In many other '
parts of Europe, and the magnetic perturba
tfona?were' vary -violent ?t all the observa- '.?
?ories.v.-... . ' j
-Accounts from Manchester represent the
cotton trade in that city to be In a very un- :
satisfactory condition. Producers, both spin?
ners and manufacturers, have become more t
anxious to exTect sales, especially as orders are
I eglnnlt g to ran out, and stooka are accumu?
lating. Spinners and manufacturers are in a *
very ur sal lafac tory position, especially th? ]
latter, and current quotations are said g?ner- ]
ally to show a loss, and In many cases a heavy
one, hence, short time ls beginning to be f
. again talked about, and unless some improve- c
ment takes place ere long lt will probably be "
-Apprehensions ara expressed la official
quarters of another lall ure ot the potato crop
in ireland. The director of the Botanical
Gardens at Kow bas, at the request of the
Prime Minister ot England, written a recipe
(to which a wide circulation Ie given,) for
utilizing the diseased tubers. - This recipe ls
accompanied by a letter, In which the writer
says that already the crop ls seriously affected,
and that the cottagers and farm laborers fore?
see a terrible winter. It ia not supposed that
tho failure and the suffering, will be as great
as it was from, the autumn of 1846 to that of
1848. it ls only necessary to mention the
fact- ' Tbs generosity and attachment ol thej
Irish-Americans can be relied upon to relieve
the Bufferings of those still dear to them in
trie cottages of their youth.
-A veritable sensation was caused a few
weeks ago In France by M. De cal u e's com mu
nlcatlon to the Academy of Medicine, wherein
the lact was shown that In France the propor
tlon of Jbirths to marriages was unusually low
-00: low? Indeed, that it will be difficult for
Franca ever to . find men wherewith to
"avenge Sedan." Ia Prussia one hundred
marriages return four hundred children; in
France only three hundred. In Prussia the
percentage'of births to population Is 3.98; in
Franca lt is 2.55. lu the former the annual
excess of births over deaths ls thirteen thou?
sand three hundred in every million; In the
latter lt la only two thousand four hundred
According to these statistics it would take the
population o? France one,hundred and seventy
yean to don?le Itself; that ot Prussia, forty
two; that of Russia, sixty; and that of Great 11
Britain, fifty-two years.
-A Washington telegram of Wednesday to
th ?Baltimore Sun says: A "fair estimate made
by Democratic canvassers of the States lu
whlob elections are to be held on Tuesday
next," and which are to virtually decide the
Presidential contest, ls to this effect: In Indi?
ana, not withstand lng the importation o? col?
ored voters.from Kentucky and tbe discovery
of plots for repeaters to pass from one town
to. another In the Interest of the Republican
party, : it is believed that Mr. Hendricks, th?
Democratic candidate for Governor, and the ,
ticket for Congressmen at large, will range J ?
from 8,000 to 12,000 majority. In Pennsylva- J p
nia, Mr. Buckalow, tor Governor, ls given
?,rm 12,000 to 15,000 majority. The contest on
Congreasman at large, it ls believed, will be
very close lo that Sute, and some Republicans,
while conceding a Democratic Governor, claim
they will secure the Republican Oopgress
men who are apportioned to the whole State.
lt may be added here that the Republican j "]
leaden who are confident of Har tran fi'
tlon state thai be will secure ten tb<
majori cy In Philadelphia and five thous
the r&Bt of the State, which will elect 1
fifteen thousand. In Ohio the Democri
very certain to elect more than a majo
Congressmen, and are very confident,
the accessions lrom the German vote, of
lng their State ticket, though that is i
garded so certain as ll is In Fennsylvs
Indiana. The Republicans say that the]
'badly scared' two weeks ago about Ohl
that State is no' longer In doubt. Indi
regarded as In more danger by the Be
cans than either Pennsylvania or Ohio,
say that the opposition is stronger an
lesB than a majority of a thousand to over
Snch is a candid statement of the politic
uation to be solved on Tuesday next, d<
from the beet posted men of Jool h parlieE
Hard to Swallow.
The rival Radical factions have held
conventions and made their nomint
Tor county officers and members of the
islature. Both tickets are before the pi
That which is put forth by the Bowen
lion is infamous; that of the Mackey fs
has some redeeming points. But nt
ticket is worthy of Conservative sopporl
Charleston County there were, at the
o? the last censas, 6685 white voters
15,129 colored voters-making a total
of 21,814, o? which the white vote Ii
than one-half. There are quite as many
ored men,who vote with the Conserva
as there are White men wbo vote witl
Radicals. It is safe then to say that t
ure in Charleston County about 15,000
publicans and 7000 Conservatives. ?
?roything, or can anything, be done toot
the Conservative vote ?
As the Republicen vote is more t
loable the Conservative voto, the Conse
Lives could not elect a third ticket, ev?
Mackey and Bowen f'.ivided the Bspubl
vote equally between them. And so exa
division is practically Impossible. In
darpen ier-Scott canvass Of 1870, howe
the Conservative vote was 6980, and the
publican vote 13,411-which would h
idmitted of the election of a third legisla
ind county ticket, if there hod been as mi
Sapablioans on the side of DeLarge as on
tide of Bowen. Three county tickets w
n the field, viz : the Bowen ticket,
DeLarge ticket and tbe Reform ticket, i
he vote was : Jervey (Bowen) 13,2
? . .iii "
Jeorge Lee (DeLarge) 3569; and Mel cb
Reform) 69?2. This was a fall vote, t
he Conservatives stood no chanca. Tb
utve been many changes in the com
luring the past two years, and the a trug
between.Bowen, and Mackey, wm be -
nore close than that between Bowen s
DeLarge in 1870. Nevertheless the p
^onderanoe on the ooo side or the other \
oe sufficient to defeat a Conservative lick
even upon the assumption that a stn
ticket were nominated, and tbe entire O
lervatlve strength could be brought o
The nomination of a third ticket would b
vaste of time, of money and of votes,
voald be a waste of votes,' because the Cc
lervatives can do some good for tbemselv*
? they take a practical view or the sit cati
ind bear ia mind Captain Cuttle's apb. o ri ai
bab "half a loafs better than no bread, a
'the same remark bolds good with crumb;
lackey and Bowen are crumbs-of ve
The Conservatives cannot elect a ticket
heir own, but they caa elect either of I
wo Radical tickets. One-half of the Co
lervative vote would detormtue wbeth
Mackey or Bowen shall wear tbe bays. B
leitber ticket, as a whole, can be voU
Or by any consistent Conservativa Tl
inly way then ia which the Conservative
an use their power to advantage, and elec
he least objectionable of the candidate
Iready ia the field, is by selecting a thin
icket exclusively from the two Radicl
Ickets. It mast be made ap exclusive!
rom the two Radical tickets, because i
ote cast for a third candidate is a vot
ost. Nor is there any donbt that tbi
eherne would be successful. Bowen ma;
is.ve a slight advantage over his opponents
n which case any candidate taken fron
tis side would unquestionably be elected
lat Mackey, at the worst, is not more that
. couple of thousand votes behind Bowen,
ind a half of the city Conservative vot<
ast for candidates taken from the Mackey
ide would easily elect them.
We repeat that neither ticket is such as,
inder normal circumstances, would receive,
a whole or in part, the support of this
?aper. But we believe it to be the part of
risdom to do the best weean under the
lrcamstances, instead of continuing to
ulk because nothing is exactly as we
wald have it. We shall, therefore, present
) the public of Charleston Coonty a ticket
lade up of candidates upon the two Radi?
al tickets, and for this eclectic or coalition
icket we shall ask for the Conservative
ote. It will be better than either the
lackey ticket or the Bowen ticket; be
ause it will comprise the best of the can
lidates on the two tickets. This is ali that
ra can, for the present, expect. And it is
pell worth the getting.
Improving the Shining Hoar.
The American publisher is accustomed to
raking bay when tbe sun shines, and tbe
.ppletone have accordingly rushed out a re?
nnt of "A Waiting Race," by Edmond
ates, who arrived in New Tork last week,
ad has made his d?but as a lecturer hefore
ie public. This Mr. Tates is the author of
imeroas works. The list comprises : "My
Ha a nts and their Frequenters," published
1854; "After Office Hours," in 1861;
Broken to l-Iarness," a story, in 1864; "Ba
.*ioe88:pf Pleasure;" "Pages In Waiting;"
and "Banning the Gauntlet," a uovel, in
1865; "Kissing the Bod," and "Land at
"Last,"- in 1866. He was joint author of
"Mirth and Metre," published in 1854, and
one of the editors of "Our Miscellany, '?
1857-58. He put forth in 1660 an abridged
edition of the "Life of C. Mathews the
"Elder," and a "Memoir of Albert Smith
"and Mont Blanc." He is the author of
several dramas, and served six years as mu.
sical critic of the London Daily Neiost
with which paper, and the Pall Mall Ga?
zette, be is still connected. He was fori
some time editor of Temple Bar Magazine,
in which his first novel, "Broken to Har?
ness," appeared, followed by "Land at
"Last." He gave up Temple Bar to start
Tinsley's Magazine. For some years prior
to Dickens's death, Mr. Yates was the writer
of the leading serial story in AU the Tear
Bound, where appeared bis novel, "Black
"Sheep," which was considered by Mr.
Dickens to be one of the strongest works
of modern fiction. He still continues
faithful to An the Tear Round, and
in it his story, the "Yellow Flag," is j
now appearing from week to week.
I For "A Waiting Race" there ls much
I and little to be said. It ls lively and enter?
taining, nnd so attuned as to snit the Fifth
' avenoodlea of America, but lt ls pitched in
a low key, and will not be praised by any
persons who desire that literature shall puri?
fy and exalt the people. In plain words, it
is the history of a woman whose gross mis?
conduct and wilful lying, beautiful blonde
as she is, make ber a horror to all decent
people; while the foils are so "goody" that
the reader is persuaded that those who are
sour are good by- nature, while these who J
are sweet aro good by misadventure. Tbe I
novel ls not actually immoral, but it would
be exceedingly stupid without its sugges?
tive impropriety. As this hint will doubt?
less cause "A Waiting li a ce" . to be
read, it is just as well to say that lt may*be
bought at Holmes's Book House for 75
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Alston, Mrs H Beater, Mary L Riecks, Sarah
A . B:oks, Abby W
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Alston, Margret Gary ney...
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Win ll sere*, Mary
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Asher, Wm M Barbers, J CB R, A
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Bev ley, John Bardee, J 0 Rogers, H W
Blocker, B nnel Bannis, U S Rose, Wm
Bowers, SU ves- Hard ins, Forton R, J
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Boyce, John B R schultze, Hanke
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Bradley A Co, Jaoobs, Ohas Snlverd, cam?
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Burke, Wm B Jones, Abram skipper, J B
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cently occupied aa the Publication Office of TBS
NEWS, and tormeriy-known as the French Codee
House. For terms, Ac, ! applv at the of&oe of
Tgj NBWB, No. 19 Broad atreet._tep28
T6 RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE-1
SI KABLE RESIDENCE Nc 9 King Street,
recently Qnlshed, suitable for one or two respect?
?t lo families, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings lor the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one or the largest olsterns and f
one or the best wella of water lu the olty. Apply
on the premises._sepal
rRENT, THREE STORY BUILDING,
corner Unity.ailey and East Bay, comprising I
Restaurant and Barroom, with all necessary fix?
tures, six square rooms amt) kltpben, with cellar
capacity of three hundred barrels. For terms, ap?
ply to B. FOLEY, No. 106 Market street.
ooi8-mws8 - _
mo RENT, STORE Na 188 KING
X STREET, naxt to Sluger Office, suitable for
Dry Goods or Boots and shoes. Apply to St?ger
Sewing Machine Company._augivihstn
TO RENT, EITHER SEPARATELY OR
together, that elegant new store and Dwel?
ling, Mo. 410 King street, next to corner of Burns
laue. To an approved tenant they will be rented
low. Apply toFOKBYTBE, M0?UMB A CO., cor
ner King street and liorna lane. octi-tntha
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
Nc 394 King street, recently occupied by
ior.SYTHE, MCCOMB A CO. The Store ls neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures will
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FORsYTHE, Mo?QMB A CO., corner King street
and Burns lane. . octl-tuths
riooD BOARD;;:WITH PLEASANT
vJT Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at Mo. 71
Broad street. Day hoarders accommodated at
hort notice. sepis
I oint Stock Comuann.
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK OOM
TVANY for the benefit or the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS MO. 188- FRIDAY MORNING, Oct, 4.
CLASS No. 1B4-FRIDAY EVKNINO, Got. 4.
6-47-49-73-66-37-31-14- 8 - 44-33-67 I
ocie A. MOROSO, sworu Commissioner.
Kcticfis in j?ankrnp?crj.
IN: THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTKIOT OF
MJCTH CAROLINA.-lu the matter of EDWIN
RUTHEON WHITE, Bankrupt, by wbom a Peti?
tion for Adjudication of Bankruptcy waa flied on
the 28th day of May, A. D. 1872, In said Court_
In Bankruptcy.-This is to give notice that on the
2d uay or October, A. D. 1872, a Warrant In Bank?
ruptcy waa issued against the Estate or EDWIN
RUTHEON WHITE, of Charie-ton, In the County
of Char eaton and State or sooth Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on hla own Peti?
tion; that tba payment of any debts and delivery
or any property belonging 10 said Bankrupt, to
him or lor his use, and the transfer or any prop?
erty by by him, ara forbidden bylaw: that a
meeting of the Creditors ot the said Bankrupt, to
prove their debts and to choose one or more As?
signees of bis Estate, win be held at a court of
Bankrupt cy, to be holden at Nc 72 Broad street,
Charleston, South Oaroll'ia, before J. C. CARPEN?
TER, Reglstrar.-tm the FOTJRTBBNTH BAY OP OOTO
BBB, A. D. 1872, at ll O'Clock A. M.
R. M. WALLACE,
oct6,14 U. S. Mara?al, im Messenger.
fJlHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELEB Sc WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANCF'G CO.,
aprft-lyr Bo. 209 King street.
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY,
IN FKEONDSCHAFTBC.ND HALL,
OK THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 10, 1872,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN CHURCH.
Tickets $1, to be bad 'rom the following Com?
SENIOR Cl MHITTBK.
C?ptala D. WEENER, Ur. F. VON S ?STEN,
Captain J. SMALL, dr. J. P. M H RK HARDT,
Captain H. WAG EN KR. Mr. H. ROHDB,
Mr. J. 0. H. CL?USBBN, Mr. w. SIMKKN,
Dr. D. A. AHME, Mr. J. KEILS,
Mr. G. LOO Hf ANN, Mr. G. LIND9TKDT,
Mr. F. J. LILI ENTE AL, Mr. J. H EES KM ANN,
JUNIOR C JMUITTBE.
L. MULLER, 0. 0. PLENGB,
W. KNOBELOCH, Jr., W. STENDKR,
H. 80HA0HTK, J. A. AHME,
J. VON OTEN, H. U. BO ESCH,
A. F. C. CRAMER, E. BRUN DES.
O018-7 F. MELCHER8, Chairman.
LOTS IN TmTrjp^
toe Tows. Cattle Farm on Rutledge ave?
nue has been divided Into sixty-two Lots, and
will be sold m October. OTTO SCHWEITZER.
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE?
VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
1600 acres, capable or advantageous division, the
Property formerly of General Augustus M. Smith,
now of his widow. Foi terms and particular*,
apply to JOEL ts. PERBIN, Esq., of Abbeville, or
to WABDLAW A CAREW, Charleston.
HORSES 1 HORSES HORSE Si -
J oat arrived from Kentucky a fine lot of
ho, ses and Unies. For sale low for cash or city
acceptance, at M. HOGAN A CO.'d Stables. No.
toe King street._ oct4-D*02?
FOR SALE, A NICE BUILDING LOT IN
Line street, west of st. Philip street, cheap.
Apply io A. 0. MCGILLIVRAY, Na 37H Broad
street._ . _ocU 2*
JUST ARRIVED. FOR SALE, A LOT OP
LARGE BROKE MULES and IT raes, snltable
tor drays, at HOCK Al AY'S Stables, col timbas
n tree t._?_ QC 13-4*
JUST ARRIVED, TEN LARGE DRAY
MULES: also, lot floe Saddle and Harness
HORSES, at R. OAKMAN'S Stables, Ko. 85Church
FOR SALE, A GOOD WORE HORSE.
Will draw either in single or double har?
li ess. Apply at No. 3" Market street. J. COS?
FOR SALE, A PIANO, OF SEVEN
Octaves, In good order, rei ma moderate.
Addreaa E., at thia office._octl-c*
BRICKS 1 BRIC1CS ! BRICKS 1-FOR
aale. 60,000 OLD BRICKS, deaned. Apply
at No. 14 Elisabeth street. oetl-tusfl*
MATCHED HORSES, SINGLE BOSSES,
Saddle and Dralt Mares and good medinm
Mulo?, Juit arrived at R. OAK.RAVS stable.
Church street. . ._ . ,aep2i-8?
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRI OTJEtf, sou of the late Henry
ot Jen, for Seventy-Qve Johars. Win be sold at i
dlaconnt at MENKE A1 IULLBR'8. ang27
TTiOR SALE, TWJ?NTY-HORSE POWER
J? Stauonary ENGL iE ANO BOILER, in fair
order. Price, $600. i iso, a lot of SHAFTING,
Pulleys, AC, at a baigaln. CAMERON, LARK
LEY A CO. aug 22 tua tu
om MI of THU NRWK
FOR SALE, FO?R HUNDRED BUSH?
ELS of Popo'a flue COTTON SEED, raised
on my James Island Uautation. The said Cot.
toa bu been manured .o every acre, fifteen boa ti?
ela Of Cotton Seed, two Hundred pounds bone
dust,forty cart loaos of aalt mud; and one hundred
pounds of Etlwan Guano, which nas greatly Im?
proved the Cotton In t a value. Parties wishing
to purchase the same Trill address captain G. F.
UABEM?HT, NO. 8 South Bay. Pr,ce $3 per
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CO?
LUMBIA FOR SALE.-We are offering at
private sale two large and commodlooB Brlok
and Metal-roofed WAREHOUSES situated on
Gervais street, near -.ht Depots or the Greenville
and Colombia, Sooth Carolina, and WUmlngien,
Columbia and Aug nat a Railroads. Both these
Warehouses are in good repair, have large lou at?
tached, and, as a sale investment, no better op?
portunity was ever t corded. For terms, Ac,
apply to ARTHUR * BOONE, Atteraeya at Law,
Columbia, 8. U. . aep2Ma
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell Coonty, Ave mLes from Graham's J
Turnout, on the Mouin Carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed for sale, lt contato s ?even hundred and lilly
acres, two .hundred and af ty acres of which are
good clay Conon Land. There are also upon the
premises a fine DWELLING, containing sir
rooms, together with t ooses for th? ?ocemmoda
Hon of twenty labdrern, Gin Eoose, Screw, Barns,
?tables, Ac., all in ?oed order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with un abundance or one cool
water, For terms, ap >ly to R tc KU E R A DAVIS,
Ch ar leaton. 8. C., pi io Dr, W, H. H AG Q OD,
BlaokylUeVS. 0. . _gjgl
PLANTATION :fOR SALE - GREAT I
BARGAIN-P0BT ROYAL RAILROAD.- f
Tue subscriber, being abont to leave toe State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Traci,'. sliuAteU in Barnwell conn
ty, near Jackson's Hranch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, contai alu g Bis acree. :|
The Une of the Port Royal Railroad ls tn close
proximity to lt, and ike splendid circular Saw
Milt of Dr. J. 0. Miller not more than a mlle from
the richly-timbered portion of the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops of cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable rr ame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge of the
body ot timoor, and the locality ls remarkably
The timbered portion (TIS acres) presents sa
fine a body of virgin forest as the eye can meet
with In this State, varying from thc smallest sized
cap timber to the largest ranging sise.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur?
pentine distillers, no Hoer opportunity has ever
been presented of realising a fortuna as they
have the option or shipping to savannah or Port
Rural, either by water or rad..
For further par ticula ra, apply to the sabs orin cr,
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 Landa will be
sold by Public Auction, without fall, on Sales-Day
In November, being MONDAY, the 4th day of
November next, at Blackville Courthouse, in said
State and County, in Lota of loo acres and up?
wards, to suit purchasers.
Terms of Sale-Ooo ball cash; balance on
twelvemonths1 credit, with interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to secure purchase
rooney. T K. N. MILLER.
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUCH EX?
PERIENCE in repairing Weighing scales ol
every description, would aoilclt public patronage
In reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay; MesBrs. H. Bischoff A Co., Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Thomas A. Baynard,
Public Adjuster ol Weights and Measures.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
octtV2moa Charleston, s. 0.
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-Thia favorite es- j
taDlishment, situated la one of the most eligible
positions In the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, mag
nlflolently inrnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls nov open for the re?
ception of tu jae contemplating a tour of pleaser e
the coming -tenon. Tbe cara run wit oin a sqnare
of the house, coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCOTT. Proprietor. JunS-tmos
tailoring, Clothing, $ft.
JOHN R?GHEIM ER,
No. 141 KING STREET,
WEST SUE, 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 selected stock of the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAB SHIRT'S.1
CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD ST.
-All sams of and over FIVE DOLLARS deposited
In this Bank on or before the FIFTH DAT ol each
Calendar Month will bear Interest (SIX FER
CENT.) Tor that Month as li.deposited en theist
Deposits or ONE DOLLAR and upwards re?
Deposits received Dally, from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M..
and on Saturday Evenings.
This Branch ls under tue management er the
LOCAL FINANCE COMMITTEE:
LOUIS D. DxSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. H DOER, F. MELCHERS,
Da. A. B. ROSE, BENJ. F. EVANS,
C. WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branche) of thia Bank at the most prominent
pointa in this State.
D. RAVENEL. JR.,
oct! 6 Cashier at Charleston.
jP I R E INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PH (EN IX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74. .
The undersigned, having increased t*>elr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong, and
reliable American Company, the PHON1X of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners ful i clea in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other fl rat class
Companies. E. 8EBR1NG A CO.,
. Insurance Agents,
sop6-8mo8 No. 14 Broad street.
COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON, S. O., 00
TO UER i, 1872.-The Exercises of the Public
Sch ola of this City will be resumed on MONDAY,
7th initant. Applications for the admission of
children may be made at the leepeotive behool
Houses ou and after MONDAY, the 14th instant.
By order or ihe Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE, .
oct2-10_, . Superintendent.
m HE HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The exercises of this institution will be resumed
on TUESDAY, October 1st. Oaref ol ins tra ellon im?
parted in the ordinary and the higher bran chea or
English, tn Greek,'Latin; German, French, Mathe
mattes and Bookkeeping. Boys.prepared for col?
lege or for an entrance upon basin ess pursuits.
Terms $10 per quarter, payable in advance. No
extra charge?.: tu
VIRGIL 0. DIBBLE, A. M., Principal. .:
WILLIAM SIMONS, A? M., Assistant.
CHARLES P. LANNEAU, MD., j $??j?????*
? DUBOS, A. M., French Master.
"VfISS C. M. SMITH WILL REOPEN
?.YJL ber School on WEDNESDAY, 2d October,
corner of Rutledge avenue and spring street. ? ;
French Teaoher-Mademoiselle HUARD. ..
Drawing Teacher-Mademoiselle DELLA TORRE.
- sep?S wal
ST PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume Its
Exercises OD TUE * DA Y, October the 1st. Apply, to
Rev. A. M. FOLOHL PrlnclpaL_oct2-lmo j
MRS. T. W. GLEN WILL . BE PRE?
PARED to resume Lessons upon the PIANO
on MONDAY, October 7. The patronage of her
friends and tb- publie generally is respectfully so?
licited, jucsldeace at T. UL RUDDOCK. Usa.,
Plnokney, near Ohurcu street. sepso-e
MRS. HOPSON PIROKNEY'S BOARD!
INO and Day School for Yoong Ladles, at Ko.
68 Hasel street. Offers facilities for Instruction in
the usual branches or English Education; also in
tho MoJorn Liiiiijuagej. Uran-lns. I'jlmlne. fonal
and instrumental Muslo. Exerolsta will be re?
sumed October j. _. ... stpH-lmo ;
MRS. W. E. MIK ELL RESPECTFUL
LT ann unces that ans will open ? Behool
for tneInstruction ora limited number or Girls at
her residence, No. 28 Church street, on MOND?T,"
october 7. Provision will be made -f?r the Board
of Pupils at moderate terms, ir desired. For cir
culara, containing fail particulars, address as
above. -' ? ?1
RXFERIN?BH.-Son. W. D. PORTER, Rev, C. S.
VEDDER, Hon. J. D. POPE. ' " sepil-tothtfl
^IKEN FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS
1ST DAY OF OCTOBER.
Miss MARY .ANN BDIE, Confed?rate Soldiers'
Friend, begs to inform her mends that she will
open a Select Fmiahlag school- lu Alkon, second
to nono lu the country. Everytalug taught lu
any tnutitnte, Solid or Ornamental. will be
taught;EuropeanLanguages,. Vocal andinstrn
mental Music Drawing, Palming, Wax, French,
German and Spanish.' Latin and Music, by oom- '
petent gentlemen professors. . M. A. BDIE.
aogao. , ._, ... . , _?j^fii'?**
CHARLESTON FEMALE I SEMINARY.
NO. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SE-SION will begin the
first MONDAY In October, and end the second
FRIDAY in July, lue term being shortened two
weeks to induce pupils to remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the Joly Ex?
amination wm be examined the drat week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Kegu-1
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks will
be charged from the nm.
For Terms and Circulars containing particulars,
apply as above. Misa E. A. KELLY,
itlneif al Books.
JOST PUBLi^HE^T^MOST BRIL- |
LIANT WORE, . .
OEMS OF STRAUSS,
The publishers offer to the pnbilo thia unique I
and mopt attractive collection, brought out, as j
one may say, under the eye of the great com.
poser, and containing bia very beat works. It ls
embellished with a fine ,
PORTRAIT OF STRAUSS,
And contains tho prime favorites,
ARTIST Lin-BLUE DAN UBI-MARRIAGE BELLS- |
MANHATTAN-loot NIGHTS- WIENIE BON?
BOKO-NEW ANN EN,
And many other equally good Waltzes, Polkas,
Quadrilles, Mazurkas, Ac, filing altogether
226 LARGE MUSIC PAGES.
The "first applause" on ita appearance, warna
us that the fine book ls to be inevitably "All the I
Fashion" tte present season. P.ice. $2 60 inj
Boards; $3 in Cloth.
Sent, post paid, ou receipt of price.
Has no superior, our Ohurch Music Book,
THE STANDARD. $1 IO.
Specimen copies sent, for the present, post-paid,
OLIVERDITSONAOC, J 0. H. D1TSON ACO. i
Boston I New York?,
rp HE MARION STAR,
Published in one of the best agricultural sec?
tions or the ?tate, ana having a Jarge and in?
creasing circulation among, me planters and
business men, offer ita Columns to the Factors,
Merchants and other business men of Charleston
is the best medium through which they can com?
municate with the Planters and Merchants or the
Peedee Country. Boniness Cards and ether Ad?
vertisements Inserted on liberal terms .
Address W. J. Mc KERA LL,
Drnqs ano itleounwe.
D~~ RTBTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oatn never to have failed to
iure. 28,600 certificates or testimonials or cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs, Falls or schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, Hhrhtstown,
Sew Jereev; nev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Oreeley, member Con
?resa from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee,- Cam'
len, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore:.
.x-Oovernor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
?hers. Warranted to cure or money reiunded.
DB. GEO. CACHER, Agent,
July l-l yr Charleston, S. 0.
; (Shoemes, fSMots, Itt.
"f? I Y E R KO QU-Sp ALT.
1<*0 sacks of Liverpool SALT, in loti to ?pit
purchasers. RA VENE L A CO.
JpiFTH DIRECT D?POBTATJDN FROM
. ' :' : o* it : : . BT
CALIFORNIA WINES ANO BRANDT.
. ?'..?.?vv. i . i -.v :\v,c
MOUNTAIN. v; ..
JOHN HCTRRAMP * C?.
i?vi -j.:?:.' ?- . cr i.i.^ifcisoi'as*'
?Tho average number of Vines to' tt?e'?orr ;.
soo, and the prod net 800 gallons of Wine ?nd 4
of Brandy, more,than three times the average
product In France." '
[C. s. commissioner or the Generar Land- Office; i
South Carolina Seed Rye.
Red Rust-proof Oats.
Carefully selected. , =? .
For Bale by ' JOHN OAMPSKET A 00.
septio-tnthsimo ? ! ' '-<'"^>-'i ?H
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO;
too tons No. 1 Peruvian, (Th In ff ha ajad Goona DO
GUANO. For Bale by ".
il . ' HERMANN BtTLWINKLE,
, ooi8: ? . ,-. M?. .. Kerr'aWBarf.,
jgORNEO BAGGING ^ ? # \
loo balea Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. ,For sale
by HERMANN BUL.WINKLE,: >
0018 . V ; ' ,' ":J. E^nfrwfrtrtv
?pOOD FOB THE MILLION. ^
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMEBIOAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS f ?'? .
YOU S G SHAD. . ??ti>.:? v?-:
The Cheapest and bejt Food in existen ce. Ia .,
whole, barres and quarter boxes.-' .. . ritjf'i -.:LTr'
.PAUL B. LALANE A OW,-'~'';i:',!:'"-'i
No. ITS East Bay, Charleston, 8. 0., Sole Affen ts.
Liberal discount to tba Wadai^;sOpuVttatA-^~
rr .. . . . -j-<-. >.,.?!? ......
. .''r :, Tjd -*i j'.inrai.^t .
:.71?1 >??2s5fiftrf> teCittfftft'V.'
' * ?-. ?i v.- r.'4?O??v
- . 'i : ??r"':-.r.yjiMcx:
. il j o .. : ?'.ri icssfriSfiifv^;
. . . .... ,:;->,. ?;..r ! s VaT .. fifeft "
???T-IL SO N*8----gg O0#R T?
. WILSON'S QROQSRY, ls n ow offering^the most 3
care fully selected stock of LIQUORS to'be found
In this olty. ,j" \ t**M
- They nave been ' selected WpefeiAHy for thetf
medicinal qualities, ead their })jr?ty eridorseffby
the moat eminent physicians df Oharl?aloa. '
PArttesdeslriDgapure article ?ac al ?af s rely
on Liquors sold from this estabtt&meut Md .
recommended. . [JXRSH rbirjsohi
A foll supply of low grades, OB band,;.,,
WILSONS' GROCERY* , ,
??r Address Box No. ^ 'J^^^ ^M
HAL I B UT r 1 -H-8v
ToNGUf? ANJ4SOUNDS;':-i~& ;:i
::; - .. TONGUES AND BOUSDS.
For sale low at , , WU^I^^Q^gBT^ .
All Goods DeUvered Promptly. '? 5gg asgflfe .-.
CANNED PEACHES 1 "O?T*W?Jf.
m . ]i rasonsm iin T a ::<...' nxutst
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEA?HES.t ,
For Bale low at WILSONS'GROCERY;
.No.i?fl King street
S9TAUGoodadeUyered^froa. ?", .,
f.TA?MED muAlVBaj CANNED TO-;
.. 700 dozen 2 lb Canned TOMATOES. . .
For sale low at WILSOSh' GROCERY^
No. soe King street.
aa? Ail Gooda delivered free, ?5 .^ic^H.
;g Y RU P 1 B Y RU P 1" S rtTJT^
! . GOLDEN SYRUP, 6i cents a aalloo.. ifaiuf?
WILSONS" GROCERY. ,
i ^ .No. soe King street '
I ?a-All Goods deUvered free. . Ji" J
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES. GSO
.i CERI ES AND PROVISIONS. ' " '1
i v. rraiisi..i;> il .I??-?i &vr-taiT.i '.'ii
. Warranted to suit the palates and the pockets
or tho m?lion. W1LSON8' OllGCERY,
- -te"nn;7.;or. nAl ? So. 30? King street,
i ?-All Gooda delivered free, oaUbmj*i
New BerriDff.,,,'', uf '
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
- ? - . ..- a;nj c No.aMJUBe-#tte?tc
j .JS^rAH Gooda deUvered^.froa.^;^ 71
nVTEW SMOKED BEEP, FBEBH SMOKED'
??]\ TONGUES, NEW BAMS,-.(SMALL SWB.).
? . . PIO SHOtLDEBS. , y " . j
. Fulton Market BEEF id Ji">
FamUy Pig Pork .,. . ,;
smosed Pig Tongues
Pickled Plga'Peet..- a .-: ?? ni ftercc r
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, ,
No. soo King street.
MW AH Goods deUvered free. ' 0 1 " :
-ii,: v . ir -;
? ?tb^T*4 ..-.;.i?
.r..?.:i>.r(' ; ^.
--;-.c ? - -.. .. ?
S?<n> J3ttbliro?Un?. .
HYMNAL OF THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to fornlak ike '?HYMNAL? at
the lowest Introduction. prices. A variety of
sty les. Prices 20.:, 400, SOC, 760, $t and upwards.
'. '?' -- r&::ii'wt ? .
FOOABTIE'S BOOK DEP08IT0B1V'
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"THE D1CX.ENS DICTIONARY." A Key to the
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