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Address . - RIORDAN, DAWSON ? CO.,
. No. 10 Broad street, charleston, S. C.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1872.
SEWS OF TUE HAT.
-Marshal Bazaine has to be watched to pre-1
-Lucca's wardrobe Is insured for sixty-five |
-A colored Mississippi policeman, named
Weldon, has killed another negro for shout
Ing^Greeley while a Radical procession was
-Mrs. Fair once said, as she shook out her
golden curls before the mirror, that they
would never hang such a glorious woman as
abe was, and she was right abont H.
-A New York lady of JaBhlon weare a beau
Ufully carved dark glossy stone In a setting of
red gold. It ls the front of her husband's
favorite meerschaum; she having Induced
him to stop smoking, now wears his pipe as a
-Mr. J. A. Froude, one of the most Illustri?
ous thinkers and writers of England, will soon
arriveJn this country for the purpose of lec?
turing on tho relations of the English govern?
ment and people to the people of Ireland.
He commences his course In New fork, Octo?
- -The New York Journal of Commerce, In
answer to a letter, of Inquiry as to whether
when A firm has paid the Internal revenue
license for the year, and a dissolution takes
place before the period expires, the other par t
nex can continue business on that license, an?
swers f n the negative, and asserts that whilst
the construction of tbe law Is harsh, the de?
partment bas decided that any change of title
makes lt necessary to obtain a new license,
even tn case or the death of one member of
the finn where the successors desire to con
linne the business.
-A London paper of the 19th September
says: "At the weekly meeting of Ironmasters,
at Wolverhampton, on the 18th, a material fall
took .place la prices, it appearing there was
much foreign competition, that Belgium was'
mating girders far nuder the lowest 'English
quotations, and Germany bad Just secured a
good.order for raliway tools, which had been
previously offered to firms In England. Job
lots of good bara quoted at the works ?15,
were offered at ?12 per ton without getting
purchasers. Makers offered common bars at
?lSMs.? ?i uH ti
-The nomination of William Butler Dun?
can, Esq., for mayor of New York, which, lt
would appear, from reports has been deter?
mined "upon by Tammany, wonld Insure a
worthy guardian of the Interest of the metrop?
olis.;.. Mr. Duncan is a member or tbe promi?
nent banking house of Duncan, Sherman A
Ca, and ls identlfiied with the business and
enterprise of the city. Be is a man of the
purest character and most unimpeached In?
tegrity, or Individual force of character, and
of abilities tar above the ordinary. Mr. Dun?
can Is, moreover, a staunch and honorable
Democrat, OM in whom the party will find a
firm supporter of Its principles, aa the public
will a devoted servant of Its interests.
-It seems that "Old Probabilities" knew all
about, the coming of the late storm on the
Lakes, and gave eighteen hours warning in
advance of lt. The bulletin Issued at one
o'clock on Saturday morning, the 28th of Sep?
tember? ordered cautionary signals tobe di a -
played at MUwankle, Chicago. Grand Rnven,
Detroit, Cleveland, Toledo, Buffalo, Rochester
and* Oswego. That evening, after a warning
of at least eighteen hours, the storm broke,
lasting through that night and the following
day. .The great number ot disasters on tbe
Lakes, however, must have been dae to a
general disregard of tba bad-weather signals.
The accuracy and utility of the weather cal?
culations lu thia ease are beyond question,
and serve to confirm the general confidence
which is reposed in them.
-A Savannah correspondent of the New
York Journal of Commerce sends that paper
some, statistics on the subject of negro mor?
tality at the South, to Bhow that while that
race cannot be expected to increase as under
the cultivation of elavery, there ls no room to
believe that the statistics of disease and mor?
tality consequent upon sickness, Idleness, dis?
sipation and insufficient food will be propor?
tionally greater among negro laborers than
among corresponding white working classes.
The stat ls tl ca of the. writer apply chiefly to
Savannah, where be seems to establish by fig?
ures that the conclusion Just mentioned would
be. erroneous, and he assumes that what he
says of Savannah, from all he can Je-arn, may?
be, stated proportionally ol the rest of the
-The-Catholic Register says : "It Is
no tonger a secret that, already many
months ago, the saintly and devoted Bishop
P?rsico, of Savannah, entreated the Holy
Father to relieve him of the charge of the dio?
cese of Savannah, Georgia. The malady that
repeatedly threatened his life, while a vicar
apostolic in the East Indies, still affectr. him,
In any hot climate. And bis Episcopal solici?
tude will not permit him to take rest while
charged with the oversight ol a wide and
growing diocese. Ic ls with deep sorrow we
learn that Bishop P?rsico ls to leave the United
States. A Metropolitan, elsewhere, has most
cordially Invited him to a prelailc position of
great importance, and ot delicaie responBlbll
ity-wfcere his apostolic zeal will have an
abundant and fruitful field for its exertion.
The diocese of Savannah, meanwhile, la not
left unprovided. But, Joyful as the nowa may
be to the Catholic clergy and the, people of
Georgia, it ls better ta leave lt to, rumor, till
the determinaron of the Holy Father is
-Tho Tappahannock, Va., Index gives an
account of an affray at King WtlUam Court?
house on last court day: "As two gentlemen
of tee conn ty, the Messrs. Garrett, were pas?
sing tte cake stand ol Jefferson Hill, a colored
man, be remarked, 'There goes two d-d dirty
Democrats now.' The remark was not noticed
by them, but a son of one of them, overhear
lng It, seized a piece of plank abont two feet
long and B truck the negro over the head, epllt
tlna the plank and felling him to the ground.
A son of Jeff Hill's then threw a brick at yoong
Garrett, striking him on the shoulder. A gen?
eral melee then commenced, In which some
twenfyifive or thirty whiles were engaged.
Judges Gregory, of King William, and Jones,
o? King and Queen, Interposed, and, going | GI
amoDg the crowd, com mantled the peace, and
ordered the citizens to disperse to their homes.
The negro, Jeff Hill, refusing to obey their
orders, was taken in charge by the police
after a violent struggle, and the riot was, for
the time, quelled."
There is cot, at this time, the remotest
chance of electing a Democratic county and
legislative ticket. Th? election of any can?
didates, other than those nominated by the
two Radical factions, would require from the
Conservatives more time than they have,
money which they cannot get, and a com?
pleteness of organization and unily o? pur?
pose which they do not possess. This, how?
ever, is no reason why the six or seven
thousand Conservative voters should fold
their arms and take no part in the contest.
For four years the Conservatives in
Charleston county have vainly striven to
defeat the Radical candidates. They have j
Tailed npon each occasion, and, if they were j
DOW to adopt the old plan of battle, they
wonld fail again. The lesson taught by
bard experience is, that the Conservatives
must content themselves with small begin?
nings, and take what they can get where
they cannot have what they desire; that the
Conservative vote sbonld be pot where it
will produce a practical result, instead of
being thrown away In complimenting Demo?
cratic candidates who are set np to be
knocked down. Thia is a reasonable, busi?
ness-like view of the situation; it is plain;
bard common sense.
Neither the Mackey ticket nor the Bowen
ticket is worthy of the Conservative vote,
ind, as a whole, neither ticket can receive j
that vote. Bot if Democratic or Conserva?
tive nominations be made, or if the Conser?
vatives stay away from the polls, the Bowen
ticket or the Mackey ticket will indubitably
be elected. The success of tbe Mackey fac?
tion would give the people fairly good county
jrt1 - erg, and a wretched set of representat?
ives in tbe General Assembly. Tbe success
>f the Bowen faction wonld impose upon the
?onntyan array of legislators and county
.lucers many degrees worse than those who
vere cboson two and iou r years ago. The ob
ect of the Conservatives, therefore, should be
0 defeat the two tickets, as a whole, and elect
1 ticket mode up of the least objectionable
nen on those two tickets. The struggle is
ard, and the majority, as long as the QgaX \
i confined to the Republican factions, will
e exceedingly small. A Cona e . a. ti ve vote
asi for a person not already in nomination
i a vote wasted and lost. But one-half of j
ie Conservatives in the county can, with
ut difficulty, elect any of the Republican
andidates for whom they may vote.
Some of the candidates upon tbe Mac?
ey and Bowen tickets will, in any event,
sceive a certain n amber of Conservative
otes; but the Conservative strength can
ot be employed to advantage unless all the
onservatives who do vote resolve to vote
ibstantially the same ticket. An indls
riminate cutting of tickets would seriously j
?m i nish the effective value of the Conserva
ve vote. THE NEWS, therefore, bas taken
pon itself the responsibility of making up a j
ouuty and legislative ticket from the two ?
tadical tickets in the field. This ticket,
rhich THE NEWS recommends to the people |
f the county, and which lt will support
nth all the energy of which it is capable, 1B
? ' For SberllT.
E. W. M. Mackey.
For Clerk air Court,
For Probate Judge.
J. A. Mush!ngton.
P. P. Hedges.
For County Commissioners.
G. I. Cunningham, Louis Dunneman,
Wm. G. Fields.
W. N. Tait.
For tho General Assembly.
1. J. F. Greene. 10. B. A. Bosemon.
2. H. C. Mlnott. ll. C. J. Audell.
3. George Cannon. 12. Stephen Brown.
1. E. J. Adams. 13. 8. D. Bussell.
6. W. G. Plnckney. 14. J. L. Walker.
6. O. R. Levy. 15. R. B. Artson.
7. W. T. Spencer. 16. C. F. North.
8. John E. Clyde. 17. C. H. Vanderhorst.
9. Timothy Hurley. 18. J. A. Williams.
This ticket, poor as it is, bas three re
eeming points, which tbe people will do
teil to bear constantly in mind: It is a
otter ticket thain that of Mackey or Bowen;
; ?3 a better ticket than that which was
(ected in 1868 or in 1870; it must be elected,
rit receive evan three thousand Conserva
ve votes. It is a ticket which one cannot
gush" about; hut there are some good men
n it, and no very bad ones-as things go.
? is the largest measure of local reform that J
in be bad aft the coming'election. Like
[obson's choice, .it is that or none.
No D?mocratie State Ticket.
The Columbia JPheenix feels authorized to
iy that the Democratic State Executive
lommittee, which was in session on Wed
esdayand Thuniday, "determined to do J
'nothing in refere nee to the State election;" j
'but arrangement s will be perfected shortly
Tor putting a Gu seley electoral ticket in the
?field." it i8 er ideDt lnat tne committee,
rith reports from the whole State beiore it,
aw no reason. for changing the policy mark
d ont at its first meeting, namely, to ob?
tain from nominating a Democratic State
cket, BO ti mt the counties might make
ich arrange mienta iii the local elections as
romised the largest d egree of reform. The
ommittee is: right, jflere in Charleston
tere will not .lie a surfeit of political purifl
ition, but a. modicum of Improvement can
id will be secured by elei'ting the ticket
dich THE. NEWS bas dubbed "Hobson's
Who and What They ?re !
The candidates whoae Dames are found
upon the "Hobson'a Choice" ticket, printed
elsewhere, deserve a few words o? descrip?
tion, if only for the purpose of indicating the
degree of their superiority to those Mackey
ites and Bowenltes whom THE NEWS desires
1. E. W. M. Mackey, the candidate for
sheriff, is not choice in the company he
keeps, and his family name is decidedly
against bim ; but during bis term of four
years be is not known to have been guilty of
any official misconduct, and it is better to
bear the illa we have than to rush to others !
which may prove to be a thousand times
worse. To reject Mackey, with all bis short?
comings, would be to jump out of the fry i ng j
pan into the fire.
2. Like good wine, Jacob WillimaD, the
candidate for clerk of court, needs no
brush. For him, as an upright man and in?
telligent and experienced officer, THE NEWS I
can confidently ask the entire Conservative
3. Judge Baise it is unnecessary to speak
of, as be will be elected without opposition.
4. The candidate for the important office I
o? coroner is John A. Mushington, a well (
educated and courteous young colored mau.
His opponent, Aaron Logan, a black man,
is one of the most malignant Radicals in the j
State. Tbe good people of Christ Church
know all about bim.
5. P. P. Hedges, the candidate for school
commissioner, is a black man who now
lives on Edisto. He is a graduate of Ash -
mun College, Pennsylvania, and came to
thia State as a preacher and school teacher |
ander irte auspices of tbe Presbyterian Gene?
ral Assembly. In the rural districts of
Charles ton County the population is Dearly)
entirely composed of colored people, ami aa
tbe county school commissioner baa no j u
riadictlon within the city limits, it is not
improper that nn educated colored mao
should be elected.
6. Messrs. Cunningham and Dunneman,
candidates for the office of County Commie-1
sioner, are well known throughout the city.
They and their colleague, W. 6. Fields,
will make up a board who will stop stealing j
j and waste, and put the affairs of the county |
i in order in double quick time.
7. W. N. Taft, the candidate for Senator,
is a carpet-bagger, but of a mild type. It is
highly important to maintain the principle
of having one white Senator from Charleston
County. This, in itself, is good grounds
for supporting Mr. Taft.
7. The candidates for the L?gislature are:
(1.) J. F. Greene, a young Irishman who
served honorably In tbe Confederate navy.
He was an Alderman during the Pillsbury
administration, and will be a faithful repre?
sentative of tbe people. (2. ) H. C. Minott la a
highly Intelligent young colored man, a ser?
geant of. the police, and captain of the
"Carolina Light Infantry," the crack colored
company. (3.) George Cannon served da?
ring the war in the Hampton Legion, and Ia
now engaged in planting and turpentine
distilling. (4.) E. J. Adams, a black
preacher, ls a graduate of a college, and bas
charge of the George street Presbyterian
Cburch. (5.) W. G. Pinckney, the "Santee
orator," is a shrewd black man, who de?
nounces corruption and carpet-baggery io
such a way as to make It proper to give I
him a chance on the floor of the House of |
Representatives. (6.) O. B. Levy, white,
was a member of the last General Assem?
bly, and is a Trial Juatice. He is not a
strong mao, bnt his banda appear to be
clean. (7.) N. T. Spencer, colored, ia the
Jory Commissioner of the county, and ia
said to be very intelligent. (8.) John E
Clyde is a respectable colored man-one of
the Trial Jus tice 3. (9.) Timothy Hurley ia
a cnriouB character, who seems to be
anxious to undertake the training of 'unso?
phisticated legislators. He la put on the
ticket because he Isa large taxpayer, and
because he fought the corruptlonlBts bitterly
throughout the Inst session. (10.) Dr. B.
A. Bosemon is a thoroughly educated color?
ed man, whose character is irreproachable,
and who will worthily fill any office to which
he may be elected, (ll.) 0. J. Andell,
white, keeps a atore on Jamea Island, and
was a member of the last General Assembly,
where be occupied a passive position. (12.)
Stephen Brown, a block freedman, owns a
plantation neor Pineville, and bas the repu?
tation of belog straight-forward and fair
minded. He was brought into prominence
the other day by his truthful denunciation
of the evils or carpet-bag rula ( 13. ) S. D.
Bussell, during the war, was an officer in
the 2d Regiment South Carolina Artillery,
was appointed a magistrate by the white
Legislature or I860, and bas remained in
office ever BIDCO. He is a man or consider?
able means. (H.) J. L. Walker is a black j
Chorlestonlon-a private on tbe police loree.
(15.) R B. Artson is an intelligent and
fair-minded colored mon who firmly though
undemonstratively advocates thorough
legislative reform. (16.) C. F. North ia a
colored school teacher, and stands well with
the whites in his neighborhood. (17.) C.
H Vanderhorst, Jr., colored, ia the editor
ol the Missionary Record. He ia said to be
a very decent man, and la nominated aa a
representative or the press. One Knight or
the Quill, at least, should be in the lower
house. (18.) J. A. Williams is a lieuten?
ant in the Carolina Light Infantry.
This completes the list; and it is proper to
say that not one or the persons named in
the "Hobson'a Choice" ticket knew any?
thing or the honor about to be conferred
upon him until be read THE NEWS at the
breakfast-table thia morning.
Catoosa County, (Ga.,) sends a Radical
Representative, by fifteen majority, in a|
county Democratic largely, because the party
strength had to be throwD away on two cao- j
The New ?brk Tribune prints the follow?
ing appeal :
"The vestrymen and wardens of Christ
Church, Charleston, S. C., earnestly ask all
members ot the Protestant Episcopal Church
in this country to help it in Its struggle to re?
gain the active and effective position lt held
at the beginning ot the recent war. It ls with?
out funds, aad on every side 1B O strong neces?
sity tor Christian work, which ita officers
pledge themselves to perform aa soon as the
friends of the church will put them in o con di- j
tl OH to do BO." j
Where *y Come From.
The ?ollowing ble shows the exact com?
position ol ihe Eobson's Choice" ticket,
together with tl color of the candidates,
the ticket apon ?ch they were nominated,
and the place froiwhich they hal! :
CANDIDATES. ?LOB. ITICKBT. WHZRB FROM
E. V/. tl. Mackey..bite.
PRORATE JUDGE -
J. A. MoBhlngton.. i'd..
P. P. Hedges.
COUNTY COM 'RS
G. I caDQlQgaaiQ.. hite.
Louis bunneman bite.
Wai. Q. Fields......I'd..
W. N. Tafe....;.... bite.
HOUSE OF RXPa
J. F. Greene.bite.
H. C. Hlnott.>i'd..
George Cannon.... bite.
E. J. Adams.?pd..
W.o. Hockney..., ?Pd..
O.R. Levy......./; nue.
N. T. spencer.?pd..
Jobo E. Ci;de. ?pa..
B. A. Boa ta on.tra..
C. J. Andell.bite.
Stephen Brown.... ?i'd..
e). l>. Russell.bite.
J. L. Walker.?i'd..
R. B. Ar LB on..?pd..
C. F. North...:.... ?I'd..
0. H. Vanderhorst. ?Pd..
J. A. wuluma.?IM..
St. John's B.
st. James 8.
sc. John's B.
Bo wen l tea..J
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
Servaiit. God recommend!!lona requtr
ed. Apply at No. 6 ?gare street. oct7-2?
WANTED, A TOMAN FOB GENERAL
Housework. Must be well recommended.
No other need apph Apply at M woolworth
Btreet. near Artesian Veil._oct? l?
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
WOMAN to sud a child and make her?
self generally nsefuL Apply at No. 6 Meeting
?ir cet. oe 17-1*
WANTED, F07B (4) SHOWCASES.
Apply to No. 62 King street. oci7-l?
COOK WANTEL-WANTED A GOOD
meat and vegetable cook at King Mansion,
corner Meeting and Qorge atr?ete. oci7-2*
TTTANTED, LA)1ES TO SAVE MONEY.
VT French Corset, T¢s; Bustles, SOcentB;
Ctr goons, 60 cents; Hop skirts. 60 cen ts ; Hosiery,
from $1 to $2. AKOUSB'S BAZAAR.
WANTED, BY A SWEDISH WOMAN
a situation aa wk, or house servant, in a
?mall family. Addrea K at this offlce. octs-S*
WANTED, ALLTOGO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furnture and save 20 per cent.
We went there and we sarpilsed to see BO much
Furniture at such lowprtces. His stock o vers a
space of about twenty thousand square feet. ?
octA_? . . j ;_
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED AT
WM. MATTaif'MKN's Tailoring House, cor*
uer of King and Wentvorth streets, BIZ first-class
Pantaloon Hands. N< other need apply. Con?
stant work guaranteed_PCM
AGENT8 WANNED. - THE MASTER
SIM KI TS OF THC WOKL1?. THIS TKEAS
U ?tt? HOUSE OF AMEBOA. THE GREAT BOOK
UK TUE YEAR. Agent* report sales or26 to loo
copies In a few hours ar days. Prospectus free.
Addrest J. W. QOO?SPEBO, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, Sr. Louis,New Orleans.
AGOOD GENERAL AGENT WANTED
to take charge of the canvass of a llue of
ijww snbscripton Kooks. Address CHAS. E.
MILLS, care Wynkoop x Hallenbeck, No. na Ful?
ton street, New York. sepao-O
Coot ano Sonna.
LOST, BETWEEN SMITH LANE AND
lower end of King street, a GOLO' COIL
hart ?UNG. Finder win be rewarded by leaving
lt at this office. oct;-i*
LOST, ON THE 5TH INSTANT, BE?
TWEEN Qaeen and Wentworth streets, In
Klug, a child's coral Armlet, A reward will-be
paid by leavlug lc at this offlce. ? ' oot7 2
MONOK'S CORNER DEPOT, OCTOBER
6,1872 -Aoark bay MARE, advanced lo
) i ara; dish lace, with dim streak; knots on hind
legs; a natural pacer. Owner can reclaim by
proving ownership and paying expenses. In
possession or subsclber. G. W. AVISGEB.
and George. Also, Archer's Ball. Also,
commodious rooms, from 82 to $s. ARCHER'S
BAZAAR, King street._oct7 mwf3?
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE PORTION OF
a House, with every convenience, centrally
located. Apply at No. 178 Meeting street.
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 14? East Bay, re
ccu Hy ocoupled aa the Pabllcatloo Offlce of TBA
NKwa, and lormerly known as the French Ooffet
House. For term?, Ac, applv at the office ol
THE NSWH, NO. ia Broad Btreet._sep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE
Sl KABLE RESIDENCE NO. 9 King street,
recently flalabed, soluble lor one or two respect?
able famines, having au the necessary outbuild
lugs for the accommodation of me same. There
ls on the premises oue of the largest cisterns and
one of the beat wells of water la the city. Apply
on thepremlses._ sep24
TO RENT, THREE STORY BUILDING,
corder Unity ailey and East Bay, comprising
kestaurant s nd barroom, with all necessary fix
tores, six square rooms and kitchen, with cellai
capacity or three hundred barrels. For terms, ap
ply to H. FOLEY, No. 106 Market street.
FARM TO BENT OR FOR SALK-THE
Farm located ia St. Andrew's Parin, beinf
tue first on the lett hand Bide of the road leadlof
from the Bridge, will oe rented or Bold on applies
tiou to the subscriber at No. 9 Broad street. Tm
Bald Farm contains 200 acres, 80 ol which ls ara
bte land, and was ve: y successfully cultivated be
fore the war. paylug an interest of twenty rivi
per cent. Its proximity to the city renders lt om
of the most desirable for truck tanning. To ai
approved tenant the rent win be moderate, bu
must be paid in advance.
HENRY S. GRIGGS, Attorney
eepl8-raffi For JOSEPH PRBVOST.
PERSONS DESIRING BOARD IN THI
western part of the city can obtain lt b]
applying at No. 16 Rutledge Btreet, near Went
worth, on the one of the City Railroad.
pOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
VjT Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 7
broad street. Day Hoarders accommodated a
hort notice. sepia
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-RICH
LAND OODNTY.-1N THE COMMON PLEAS
C. H. PETT1NGILL, Plaintiff, against WM. H
BOYCE, Defendant.-Summons for Relier, Com
plaint served_To WM. H. BOYCE, Defendant u
this action : Yon are nert hy summoned and rc
quired 10 answer the complaint la this action
i which ls filed lo the office o> the Clerk of th
Court ol Common Pleas for said county, and t
serve a copy of your answer on the tubiCrtber
at their offlce, in thi Statehouse at colombia
within twenty days after the service of this sum
mens on you, exclusive of the day of service; am
If you fail to answer the complaint within th
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief demanded In th
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
stp30-ms Plaintiff's Attorneys.
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PE Kl EN CE in repairing Weighing scales 0
every description, would solicit public patronag
In reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocei
No. 189 East Bay ; MetsrB. H. Bischoff A Co., Whole
Bale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Thomas A. Baynard
Public Adjuster of Weights and Measures.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct5-2mos Charleston, S. 0,
P~~ATMETTO ENCAMPMENT, NO. ?, L
a O. F.-Tue Regular communication will
be held Tms ETBNIKO. at Odd Kellows' Hail, at 7
o'clock. Members and candidates will please
be ponctuai. By order. A. W. LEWIN,
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No.
1, A. and A. S. R.-A Regular communica?
tion of this Lodge will bo held THIS EVBNINQ, at
half past 7 o'clock, at Mrs. Bernard's Hall, So?
ciety street. By order T. P. G. M.
OHAS. F. SAMMIS.
ST. JOSEPH'S LATIN SOCIETY.-THE
Regular Monthly Meeting of this Society
will be hi ld at the Hibernian Hall, THIS EVEN INO ,
at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order or the President. R RUGGIERO.
CHARLESTON LIB BABY SOCIETY.
The Regular Quarterly Meeting of this Soci?
ety will be neld UOMOBROW. 8th instant, at l
o'clock P.Bi. ARTHUR MAZYCK,
THEBEGULAB MONTHLY MEETING
of the IRISH VOLUNTEERS will be held at
Hloernian Hall, Tani EVHNINQ. at 7 o'clock. Busi?
ness of Importance. By order.
oct7 D. A. J. SULLIVAN, Secretary.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF ME?
CHANICS' ONION, No. 1, of Charleston, S.
C., will be held at Ea? ie Fire Company's Hall,
THIS EVENINO, at 7 o'clock.
By order of the Pr?sident.
OC17?_RICH'P EVANS, Secretary.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-AtteJd the Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company, THIS (Monday) EVB?
NINO, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order President. D. KESNEDY,
ATTENTION, WASHINGTON LIGHT
INF AN TRY RIFLE CLUB.-Attend a Regu?
lar Meeting of yonr Glib, at Phoenix Fire Com?
pany Hail, THIS EVBNIHG, at 7 o'clock precisely.
All members are requested to be present, as bnsl
of importance will be submitted.
By order. C. O. TRUMBO.
oct7?_Secretary W. L. L Hine Club.
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE REGU?
LAR Monthly K eeling of tb a Olnbwlllbe
held THIS (Monday) EVENING, at half-past 7
o'clock precisely, at L masted L'S Hall. The Offi?
cers and Members are requested to be punc.wai la
their attendance. An Election for Keeper or thc
Sctiutzenplatz wlU take pl ce. An Amendment
to the constitution will come np for action, and
ouslaess of mach importance win be submitted.
By crder. H. HENRY KNEE,
J! I RE INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BBITI3H AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR
ANCE faculties by the Agency of that strong ant
reliable american Company, the PH(Esix, o
Hartford, are now ens bled to offer to merchant
and property owners Fol?eles In the above naraec
Companies at as low rt,tes as any other first cUa
Companies. E, S EBBING A co.,
Bep5-3mos_No. 14 Broad street.
Joint Stock CowpfltiTj.
OHmCl?TnriAFFLE NUMBERS Ol
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COU
PANT for the benefit or the ?tate Orphan Asylum
CLASS No. 18&-SA"URDAY MOBNTNO. Oct. 6.
32-11-60-22-17- 1-66-40-64-56- 6-6
CLASS No. 180-SATOBOAY EVBNINO. Oct. 6.
oct: A. MOROSO. Sworu commlsslouer.
Oloportnergriips and flhsaointumf
JL existing under thu name or THOMPSON A Ct
ls this day dissolved by mutual content Georg
I J. Thompson will se ti le np the accounts of th
Orm, and continue the business in bis own narai
GEO. J. THOMPSON.
Charleston, 8. C., October 7,1871. ootT-mwf?
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., Ot
TuBER 2,1872.-Konnf! going st large and lodge
at Upper Guardhouse, one Sow and fonr Plgt
which tne owner can have by proving propert
and paying expenses, ir not called ror la Uv
days will be sold to pay expenses.
JOHN C. Mi NOTT,
oct2-wm2_Chief of Police.
FOR SALE, ANE?GH?HORSEENG?NJ
and Boiler complete, Smith A Porte
Makers, in fair order, eau be made as good a
new. gold low If appl ed for immediately. Ca
at City Cotton Gins, w jat end of Tradd street.
\ TpOB, SALE, A FINE SADDLE AN!
I AJ Baggy MARE, n% hands, 6 years old, pei
lecily gentle, and wairanted sound. Inquirer
Lieut. 0. M. CALLAO A V, Sd Artillery, at the Olti
WANTED, A WAITINGMAN. REFEB
ENUE8 required. Apply at No. 40 Broa
WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE HAND
accustomed to laying railroad Iron. A]
ply at the office or the Enterprise Railroad Con
pany, No. 64 Broad street. oct7-6
JUST ARRIVED, FOB SALE, A LOT O
LARGE EKOKK HULKS and Horses, soltabl
tor drays, at HOCKADAY'S Stables, columbi;
FOR SALE, A CIOOD WORK HORSE
Will draw either in single or doable hai
ness. Apply at No. 37 Market street. J. co:
FOB SALE, A PIANO, OF SEVE]
Octavea, in gool order. Terms mod?r?t*
Address E., at thia once. octi-e?
FOB SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINS1
J. HENRY OT JIN, son of the late Hear
uijen, for Seventy-five Dollars. WlU be sold at
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S. aug27
FOB SALE, FOUB HUNDBED BUSH
ELS of Pope's floe COT I ON 8BEO, raise
ou my James Island Plantation. The said Co
ton has been manured to every acre, fifteen busl
els of Cotton Seed, tiro hnndred pounds bon
duat.forty cart loaos or salt mud, and one hundn
pounds or EU waa Gut no, which has greatly lc
proved the Cotton in tts value. Parties wlshln
to purchase the same will address captain Q. j
UABEMUHT, Na 3 South Bay. Price $3 pi
BULL POND PLANTATION FOE SALI
The above nam sd PLANTATION, situatt
in Barnwell County, five miles from Graham
Turnout, on the South carolina Railroad, is off*
ed for sale, lt contains seven hundred and on
acres, two hundred and flfty acres of which ai
good clay Cotton Lanti. There are also upon tl
premises a fine DWELLING, containing si
rooms, together with liouses for the accominodi
tlon of twenty laborers, um House, Scrow, Barn
stableB, ?kc, all in goo l order. The place ls pe
fectly healthy, with an abundance of floe co
water. For terms, ap ply to REEDER A DAVli
SSKSS^aS; a' 0r W Dr- W- H- HAQOOl
Blackville, 8.0. octl
PLANTATION FOB SALE -GBEA
BARGAIN-POET ROYAL RAILROAD
lue aubscriber. belnj about to leave the stat?
offers for sale that val iable PLANTATION, calle
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated tm Barnwell com
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters or LOW?
Three Runs, containing gie acres.
The Une or the Por; Royal Railroad ls in clot
ffi?0?^ ???t\?n.(1 ?ne aplendid circular s.i<
Min of Dr. J. 0. Miller not more than a mlle froi
tne richly-timbered portion or the estate.
There are about 2C0 acres cleared, producta
Bplendld crops ot cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comte nable frame houses wei
erected by the proprietor on the oater edge or th
body or timber, and the locality ls remarkabl
The Umbered portion (719 acres) presents t
flue a body or virgin forest as the eye can met
with In this State, varying from the smaJleot size
cap timber to the largest ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tn
pentlne distillers, no lu tr opportunity has eve
been presented of realizing a fortune, as the
have the option of shi pping to Savannah or Poi
Royal, either by water or raiL
For further partlcul irs, apply to the subscribe]
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Lav
Winlaton, so. Ca., la whose hands are the titles,
Winlaton, So. Ca. August lat, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.--ihe above Lands will b
sold by Public Auctlo i. without fall, on Sales-Da
in November, being MONDAY, the 4th day c
November next, at Bi ickvUle courthouse, In Bal
State and County, in Lois ol loo acres and ni
wards, to salt purent sers.
Terms or Sale-One-half- cash; balance o
twelvemonths' cred t, with Interest at twelv
per cent., and moitgage to secare parchas
money. R. N. MILLER.
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY,
IN FREUNDSCHAFT/BUND HALL,
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBKB 10, 1872,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN OH?BOH.
Tickets $l, to be had from the following corn?
Captain D. WERNER, Mr. F. VON SANTBN,
Captain J. SMALL, Mr. J. P. MBRKHABDT,
Captain H. WAOENBR. Mr. H. Ron DE,
Mr. J. 0. H. CLA?SSEN, Mr. W. S HMS. SN,
Mr. D. A. AHME, Mr. j. BEILS,
Mr. 0. Loo KV ANW, Mr. o. LIND?TE DT,
Mr. F. J. LILIENTHAL, Mr. j. HESSEHANN.
L. MOLLBB, c. O. PLENOS,
W. KNOBELOCH,Jr., w. STBNDBB,
H. SOHAOBTE, J. A. AMME,
J. VON OVEN, H. U. BOBSCH,
A. F. C. CRAMER, E. BRANDES.
OCI3-7 F. MELCHER8, Chairman.
gf??TH CAROLINA~BAILROAD STOCK
wanted by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct7-2 No. 6 Broad street.
-j^TIWAN PHOSPHATE COMPANY
STOCK for sale by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct7-2 Na 6 Broad street.
Purchased by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct2-wfm6 No. 6 Broad Street.
QHECKS ON NEW YORK,
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
For sale, In sama to eolt, by
JAMBS H. WILSON,
oct2-wfmo No. 6 Broad Street.
107...H E N R Y'S R E T R E A T,... 10'
AMERICAN HOTEL, TWO DOORS BELOW B80AD ST
The Celebrated Cedar Key Oysters. Oysters li
I every style, at all hours. Hot corree, Cakes and
Home-made Plea. Meals at all hours. Lund
free from lt to 2 o'clock.
The best Wines, L qa ors, Havana Cigars am
I Tobacco, Burton English Ale on draught, 10 cen ti
j a glass, come and see me.
OCt7-3 A. HAMMEBSOHMIDT.
rjtHE ACADEMY OP MUSIC SALOON
Will be reopened to-day. Lunch from ll to ?
I The Bar has been refitted and supplied with la
ported Liquors and Cigars.
LOUIS KONNEB, '
oe 17-1 mo Late B arkeeper at the Mills House.
gailonng, Clothing, #t.
i JTTHN RHQ~G~H E l
i No. 141 KING STREET,
WEST BIDE, A FEW BOOBS NORTH CP QUEEN STRBE1
Would respectfully inform his friends that b
t, j bas just returned from New York with a larg
). I and well s eic ct ed stock of the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
fl ?CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS
y I (?dncationai.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Annual Course of Lectures in the Medici
College of the State cf South carolina will ooo
monee On the nth day of October, 1873.
Fur any further laiormation, application mu:
be made to the Dean.
GEO. E. TRESOOT, M. D.,
oct4-fmw4_Dean of the Faculty.
- SUFFICE OF CITY BOARD OF SCHOO
?J KJ COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON, 8. C., Ol
?- TO BER i, 1872.-The Exercises of the Pub)
>f Scluols of this City will be resumed on MONDA
i- 7Lti mitant. Applications for the admission
children may be made at the respective Soho
Houses on and arter MONDAY, the nth instant.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMES,
S QT PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOO
7- VD FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume I
i- Exercises on TTJIUDAY, October the lat. Apply i
Rev. A. M. FOLOHl, Principal_oct2-imo
MRS. HOPSON PINOKNEY'S BOABI
INO and Day School for Young Ladles, at N
is 58 t?asei street. Offers facilities ror Instruction I
tue usn al branches of English Education; also I
the Mojern Languages, Drawing. Painting, Voa
and Instrumental Mtuic. Exeiclses wm be r
sumed october 1. sepl7-imo
?1 HARLESTON FEMALE SEMINAR!
No. 50 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION Will begin tl
first MONDAY la October, and end the secon
FUIDAY In July, the term bttng sh or ten ec IE
weeks to Induce pupils to remain until the clot
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the Joly E:
amlnatlon wi i oe examined the first weel
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Reg?
? I lar Exercises of the School be not retardei
Pupils enterlug the second and third weeks wi
be charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulars containing pan ".calar
apply as shove. ' Miss E. A. KELLT,
Ornaa and MeoitintB.
7 TT. RT FITLER'S V?G^ I
?d ?J MATIO SYRUP.
ft Warranted under oath never to have failed t
. cure. 28,600 certificates or testimonials or cur?
r_' including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvaoli
4, Rev. Joseph Beggs, Fans or Schuylkill, FhUade
J phla; the wife of Rev. J. B, Davis, BlEhtatowB
'! New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford
f Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton
PhUadelphia; Hon. J V. Creeley, member Con
. - greas Irom Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, cam
"; den, New Jersey; ex-seuator. stewart, Baltimore
? ex-Qovernor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands o
? J others. Warranted to cure or money rotunded
Ji I D'-.. GEO. CAULIKR, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr _Charleston. S. C.
p J. L~~D H N,
I? IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER'
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 460 KINO STREET, CORNER OF JOHN
Now In stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
.e , Cat bone Acid,
,e Pattey's Cold Cream
y English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Beche'
Embrocation and ohlorodyne.
IS . AQBNT FOB
rt TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coatei
PIUS, AC ASENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICA!
r, I MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
I Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign mai
oXactoreimported to order.
My Dispensing Department Is complete, em
'e bracing all New Remedies.
A ruff assortment or Trusses and Bandageaal
5 wavB on hand.
a PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS campounde<
^Ith accuracy day or night laniowftnly
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLI
NEWSPAPERS m large or small quanti lei
Price w CENTS PES HUNDRED. Apply at th
office of THE NEWS. may li
QLEAB; Bi?: SIDBSpSHO?LDBI?i, aa.
32 hhd? otto oe Western Clear Bib SLDETAND
. - SBOULDKBS-r-^ii7.' " _. _ a
lanhds. choice Western Winter-Cored li. o.
Clear Rib Sides
25 casen Choice Long Clear D. S. Sides
io hhds. second Quality Shoulders
20 hhds. and tierces smoked Hess Fork. _
io buxes Choice N. C. D. a. Beines- ; t. ;
io boxes Choice New York sugar-cored Strips
20 bbl-*. Fig Hamo and Shoulders ,
60 tubs Pare l<eat Lard Wi1'- ? -
loo bbis. Bee Hive Syrup. -' f'U> :'. .
Mading, and In Store, and fer sale by
L AUB EY. ALEXANDER A CO.,
oct7-m w2 v . . Ko. 88-East Bay.
?jOALl COAL! COAL'?'
300 tons Superior Red Ash, Egg and StoveCoal,
now landing per brig Samuel Welsh, for ?1? loir
while discharging. Apply to .
7-1 Coal Yard, No. an Bast Bay street.
rjl O B A C C O AND Ol ff AJT'/;
G. FOLLIN ? BON'S,
No. 173 EAST BAT STREET,
Bave now in Store, and ?on?rintly receiving
direct (rom the Hannracturers, a roll line of MaM
UFAOTURBD TOBACCO, Consisting of PLU?3,
TWHT, Pancake, Fig, Pocket.Pieces; Rolla, Ap.
AMO, '..V'r ' .
SMOKING TOBACCO, from the celebrated Fac?
tories Of Thomas A Piltlnton, Ot Richmond, Va.:
J. P. Hawkins A Co's- Roanoke Tobacco Works ;
Danville, Vs,; W. Boxe, of Durham, N. C., an?
others, consisung or tue wen knewn and coolee
brandB, Golden Sceptre, Fruits and Flowers, Fra?
grant Fumes, Dnrnam, Good, Better, Best, Mary,
land Club, May Queen, Red Hot, Orinoko, Yea1 II
Like It, Alnt lt N'c-o, Occoneecuee, Ooldea .Star,
Ac, AC, In every variety and st jJe of packagse.
A full and complete '.me or HAY ASA AND
DOMESTIC 01G ARS, which we will warrantai rep
resented. ";'' "'JT f
FINE OUT TOBACCO, of leading branda '
PIPES, and . . -Trzi:.
All or which wo offer, to the trade at*fsctorj
prices, being sold strictly oa manmactom's.aa
LEAF TOB A00?. j / !
Havana, Connecticut, Pennsylvania. Ohio and
Eentuoky LEAF TOBACCO.-"- l- -' v.:.;^;'
A consignment of the abo7a Jost received and
will be sold low. G. FOLLIN 4 SOS'S ,
' Tobacco i '
oct7-mw2 Ho. ITS :
NO. 1 PEBUVIAN GUANO. ?V J
/. . . '." .-.:..-:.? ri .
too tons No. 1 Peruvian, Chincha aad:Goanit^
GUANO. For sale by rr,:- :?, r.-. ?;.?> p>w.F.
0018 Kerr's wnarf.
J?OBNEO BAGGING. % ' "
too bales Heavy BO RHEO BAGGING. For ?la
by HERMANN BTJLWINKLE,-.
OCtS_. ? :\^.jv.'t .t j^iilijt
JpOOD FOB THE MILLION; g gotjjj
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THK AGE,
- AMERICAS CLUB FISH-BONELESS
YOUNG SHAD. ; '
. ' JG '.n i
The Cheapest and best Foodar- sfttfadw, In
whole, halves and quarter boxes, -..-xi i t.
, PAUL E. LaLAiio?.?OU';';^';,^,
Na 176 East Bay, Charleston, i?. C., Sols agenta.
Liberal discount to tte trade. ' ief lg laasr:
JOH N 8 . D U NH A1? ?fi;
For parity and strength, la unequalled. A3 house
keepers who nae lt once will have no other; ? Ask
your Grocer for lt, and tilt no otter. Wholesale
by OTTO F. WETHES.
Jnly29-mwf-3mo - . :? .. .?., ,,:VL\H.:
; r- ;
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the nott
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
In this city. . Uj . i- .
They have been selected especially for 'herr
|1 medicinal qualities, and their purity endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston.
it Parties desiring a pure article can always rely
on Liquors 'sold from this establishment and
- A foll supply of low grades on nand.'-- ^ 0^ ?A
, WILSONS' GROCERY,,
lo No. so? King street, j
r. 49* Address Box No. 883. ' . text*
H" A L I B agi fg F I.-JT.: 6.'.*.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. *
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. '
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, -
No. SOT Klngsrteet.
All Goods Delivered Promptly. ? tapar
CANNED PEACHES I CANNE J)
PEACHES 1. . I - '..*'. '
180 dozen 2 and 8 lb. CANNED PEACHES.'
i For sale low at WILSONS' G ROCHH Y,
Na at? EADE street.
\ ag-AUoocdsdeUveredfree. T- .
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNEDI??
700 dozen 24b Canned TOMATOES. <
I For sale low at WILSOSS' GROCERY,
No. 3O0K1A? street, .
tsr All Goods delivered freq . T. .IL.
g Y RUP I BY RUP 1. S YBUP.!'
GOLDEN SYRUP, 66 cents a gallon.
Na soe King street
*i~ All Goods deUvered free.
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GBO
OERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to snit the palates and, tte pockets
of the million. WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na SM King street
ta-All Goods delivered free.
~\TEVV CODFISH. PICKLED SALMON,
II SPICED SALMON. ? ? .? . '
Extra Na 1 MACKEREL
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY
No. sos Kin tr street.
?-All Goods delivered free T
"VTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
W TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
PIG SHOULDERS. ...
Fulton Market BEBF
Family Pig Pork
smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Figs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
ror . ,No.80?K?igatreet.
a- AU Goods delivered free.
-p O B SALE,
AT B. B. HUDGINS A CO.'S
SAW AND PLAINING MILLS,
FOOT OF LUCAS AND BULL STKXXTS,
FLOORING BOARDS, Tongued and Groor?d lr*i
W eat her board log, Dressed .?Q4 Joint ed ? : ?, ; m
Dressed Boards, ju to $26 per M Feet ...
Rough Boards, $10 to $20 per M Feet
Plaster Laths, $2 to per M
Wood, $2 co perOord. . i: sepsf-irfme