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": IUESDAT? OCTOBEE 8, 1872.
REWS OE THE DAT.
-Borne wants some decent markets.
-An iowa'convict spends his time writing j
-An English untrained yearling colt lately j
sold In London for ten thousand dollars.
-A French court of law ls trying to deelde
whether false teeth are personal property or
-A New Jersey prevention-of-cruelty-to-j
animals society has elected Princess Louisa,
of England, an honorary member.
-John E. Owens isthe wealthiest actor on
the ? American stage, and confesses to about
two million dollars.
-Suppose the Grant people try their band
at calculating percentages '. Georgia offers a
_-An exchange announces on the death of a
lady that 'she "lived fifty years with her hus
band and died in confident hope of a better
-Tbe'^New York Sun says there ls not a
word o?. truth in the story concerning the dis?
covery of a BO ip with ten skeletons off New
-Large, bunches of a single variety of flow?
ers-rosebuds, lilies of the valley, fuchsias or
whatnot-will be the fashionable party bou
qnet this winter.
-It teems that Aaron Alpeoria Bradley
waa not killed as was reported a day or two
Bl noe- The Savannah News says that be has
returned tb that city, from which he sneaked
away last Tuesday evening, alter a series of
Inflammatory harangues io the colored people.
One of the features at the Staten Island
Fair has beens hump-backed colt that cost his
owner fifteen hundred dollars, and was con?
sidered a good bargain. at that. _ When small 1 <
h? was so vicious ami deformed that he waa f
told for five dollars, and after feeding and }
training a year or two, for Alteen dollars. To
' ba worth one hundred loid bis last parchase
. 1? fair progress for two years.
. - A rum or haa curr e ney in Paris that P real -
. dent Thiers will, at the next se ea lon of tbe
Assembly, urge the conservative deputies to
rapport a project for a definite establishment,
by proclamation, pf a permanent republic,
based on pi I oe i pies strictly conservati ve/ Cas
imer'Perier, It Is said, Is already using his In?
fluence with the right centre of the Assembly
to induce lt U> accept the views of the Presi?
dent, .. -.
. -Ia speaking of the talolde of Alice Blanche
Oswald In London, MY D. Conway says that
she leaped into the-river at the very point
' where Hood saw "one more unfortunate"
lifted from -the waves. A friend of Hr. Con?
way, on the night of the sad occurence, saw a
young giri walking toward the bridge weep
'ing, and started to inquire the cause of her
grief, but thinking lt a trivial matter passed l f
along. When he returned some men were | <
taking nar body out of the water-the body of
-The Japanese girl students la Washington
have been studying too hard, and one bas
been so persistent in her applications as to
contract a serious disease of the eye, which
threatens her with total blindness. Indeed
the difficulty 18 80 serious that the. Japanese
minister has informed the unfortunate child
that she will have to return to Japan, and un'
other etndent sent in her place. The name of
the sufferer is Bio Yoshenlas, and she is
not only the eldest of the party, bat par?
ticularly bright In intellect and noted for
her many amiable qualities. When the final
decision was made known to her that she must
retara to Japan, Bhe acquiesced without a
word of complaint; but her companions were
greatly distressed, and manifested their sor
row la the most touching manner.
xr-.The "Klug of the doga" has just recently
died in Paris. He waa an ironmonger, and
waa known familiarly as "Tom." On one
occasion he was bitten by a mad dog, and the
Voond was cauterized and healed. Ever
after he took a Btrange laney to boase stray
dogs. He devoted bis time to them, and
trained them so that they all rose simultane
ously-a queer sight-on their hind legs wheo
ne appeared, lo courteous salutation. For bis
pet dogs he had varlo?B names. One be called
hlB minister of Justice, another his minister of
war. He addressed several petitions to M.
Thiers la behalt ol the canine race, which re
satined unnoticed. Thea, insulted and indig?
nant, he denounced, "in the name of his dog
Mars,'' war against bim. Hostilities, how?
ever, never actually begun, and "Tom" went
to his grave in pespe, and his dogs, and minis?
ters of war and justice Included-to the knack
era. Many men more honored have led worse
-It will be remembered that a chlltf of
General Viele, ot New York, was abducted
mysteriously some time Blnce, and that it was
finally discovered that the mother of the
child, from whom General yiele was separated,
and who resided lo, ?pglapd,,had taken lt.
An order waa procured from Judge Barnard*
ooart giving to General Viele the custody of
the three children. Mrs. Viele, through her
counsel, applied for a modification of the
order before Judge Leonard. A New York
letter to the Philadelphia Ledger says Judge
Leonard, on Wednesday, la a written opinion,
denied the application of Hrs. General Viele?
through her counsel, for a modification ol
Judge Barnard's order giving- to the husband
the custody of their three children. His
honor declares the order to have been, regu?
lar, and reaffirms the rignt of the court to
make such a disposition or the children. The
whereabouts of Mrs. Viele herself, are Billi a
mystery, though there 1B hardly a doabt hat
that she ls in England.
- -A Paris correspondent of the Indepen
dance Beige writes to that Jooroal some lo
terestlng fads connected with the coming
trial of Marshal Bazaine, who ls to be arraign?
ed on the serious charge 01 surrendering Metz
to the Germans under suspicious circum?
stances. All the versions connected with this
case extaal unite In Inducing the be
this high officer of tbe army un dei
Empire to about to be placed tn a poi
serious as to place lils life in Jeopard
stated m Paris, among other thing
crushed by the evidence that will be a
Bazaine will not be able to relute tbe
that he had received, in ample time 1
pllance, the order of Junction with '.
McMahon-an order Which he ahoul
carried out at all hazards. The bli
that prevails In France against Baza
other generals of his class, the crea
the Empire, Is due to the belief-well i
on facts-that tUey became apathetic
service of France from the time that tl
ernment ot Napoleon ceased to exls
popular feeling ls that death should
.portion of these men, and lt is this con
tbat stares Bazaine in the face, sbo
allegations whispered about him prove
The Argument la a Nut-She
The argument against nominating i
servative ticket is as short as it is ?
The colored vote in Charleston Coi
more than double the white vote; tl
publican vote is at least doable the
vote. This is proved by the result
election for members of the Legisla)
1870. Taking the average vote of t
bighesL candidates upon the Bowen I
and the like average for the six hi
upon the DeLarge and the Beform tit
(excluding any candidates who ran o
tickets) it is found that the vote
Bowen 11,050, DeLarge 3459, and Bi
6741. The Republican vote, therefore
14,509, which is more than doubh
average Beform vota The Conserve
were thoroughly organized; the county
carefully canvassed ; there was a ?ben
penditare of money. No sane man can
pose that a Conservative ticket, nomii
at this eleventh boar, woald poll as i
votes as were given to the legislative t
in the Scott-Carpenter contest And
did obtain each a vote, and if the Bep
can vote were so divided that precise!
many Republicans voted for the Ma
legislative ticket as Tor the Bowen leg
tive ticket, the Conservative ticket tts
still be defeated. This is the moat ch?
view, bine as it is.
No one denies that the six or seven ti
sand Conservatives in this county are i
Jorry plight, and naught can be gainec
;iding away the troth. There is only,
vay of improving the county repr?sent?t!
ind that is by voting solidly the Hobac
choice ticket, which ticket, as it stands,
ar better one than was elected ia 186E
1870, andr is infinitely superior to either
i tra igh t Bowen or Mackey ticket. A Cons
rative ticket is doomed to defeat ; the H
ion's Choice ticket has the fairest prosp
)f success. A fall Conservative vote \
not be polled, bat one-half the Conserv?t
70 te s bo a ia tarn tbe scale and give "I
jest men of the worst" a decisive victoi
The gain, if small, will be sure. Besid
his, the Radicals, in rature elections, will
iQcoaraged to nominate some good me
?hey will be driven to it by party necessil
oat as soon as they find that it is the poll
t the Conservatives to elect the least obje
losable Republicans who may be In non
lation, instead of frittering away th?
trength in tbe vain eSort to elect a straigi
Slow and Fare.
The Hobson's Choice ticket as it stand
s far from being such a ticket as the Co
lervatives, jf they had a choice, woo
?ominat? and elect Its value lies in tl
act that, whatever its faults, it ls a bett?
icket than can be obtained in any othe
ray. At tba first look it may bc though
bat it is not worth while to support auch I
icket. This is a natural feeling; bat tb
ober second thought will not justify or con
rm it The saccessfal merchant is he whi
akea small profits which are sure, insteai
if straggling to make a fortune by a singh
operation. The prosperous mechanic is bi
rho accepta what work he can obtain, in
lead of waiting for the place to which hi1
astea incline. In politics, as in business
'slow and sore" is the policy that wins
lie Charl eaton Conservatives are not politi
ai gamblers. They cannot afford to put
Jeir foi tunea on the hazard of the dla Al
ie boniness instincts of the Conservatives
rho are not politicians will lt<ul them tc
online their action to the prudent course
f obtaining the best representation that,
oder the circumstances, can be bad. . This
est is the Hobson's Choice ticket-a ticket
rhich can be elected, aod which will be
lected if it receives the Conservative vote.
Dividing the Spoils.
A -question is raised by Mr. John A. Par?
er, of New York, as to whether the gov
.'vment will be entitled to the balance left
R JO ve all legal claims filed on account of the
.i fie renee between gold and legal tender.
The aggregate of claims filed ls about $17,
?5,065. Four millions' are purely consequen
lal damages, with a large amount of double
lalms, reducing the bona fide claims, as al
owed, a little below eleven millions of dollars,
?ut say $lfcjob,ooo. The iuterest oh this sum
or nine years at six per cent, ls $5,940,000;
ogether tbeso sums equal $16,940.000, tbe
-mount of claims allowed and Interest. At
he preseulrat? of gold, or say 12* per cent.,
ifteen aact a half millions would yield apre
alum of $1,875,04*0; together these sums equal
17,375,000; lo currency to pay $16,940,000
lal ms ar d interesa.
The [joints ralseil against the government
re tnt,t tibe govern ment made the treaty lor
s own vindication, and that each govern
isnt agreed to pay its expenses; and lastly,
iat the al leg Un ce of tl/e citizen carries with
a right of protection at the expense of the
Nothing bas been said or written to shake
.the confidence of THE NEWS In the practical
.wisdom of massing the Conservative vote
upon the candidates selected from the nomi?
nations made by ihe Bowen and Mackey.J
factions. These candidates are before the
people. They are, io the deliberate
judgment of this paper, the only candidates
whom the Conservatives can elect, and they
are lily-white in comparison with the men
who will file into office, and fatten there at
the public expense, if any other course
E. W. M. MACKEY.
For Cleric of Court.
JACOB WI LUM AN.
For Probate Jndge.
J. A. MUSBTNGTON.
For Behool Commissioner.
P. P. HEDGES.
For County Commissioners.
G. I. CUNNINGHAM, Louis DUNNE MAN,
WK. G. FIELDS.
W, N. TAFT.
For the General Assembly.
L J. F. GREENE. 10. B. A. B09SMON.
2. H. C. MLNOTT. ll. C. J. ANDKLX. ,
3. GEOKGE CANNON. 12. STEPHEN BROWN.
4. E. J. ADAMS. 13. 8. D. RUSSELL.
6. W. G. PINCKSET. 14. J. L. WALKER.
C. O. R. LEVY. 15. R. B. ARTSON.
7. W. T. SPENCER. 16. C. F. NORTH.
8. JOHN E. CLYDE. 17. C. H. VANDKRHORST I
9. TIMOTHY HURLEY. 18. J. A. WILLIAMS.
Charity Begins at Home.
The County Commissioners on the Hob-1
eon's Choice ticket are men whom the peo?
ple can trust. Two of them are large pro.
perty-owners; the third is a highly respect?
able colored man. These Commissioners]
will not steal themselves, nor will they al?
low any otber person to steal. In their
hands the county moneys will be safe; by
them the county afloirs will be fairly and in?
The county is penniless, and is bead j
over ears in debt. Unless the'Conserva?
tives tarn ont and vote for Hobson 's Choice,
the County Commissioners nominated by
the Bowen faction will be elected. Their
election is equivalent to higher connty
taxes, incladiog a special tax to pay the
outstanding elaims which grow out of the
extravagance or frauds of the past four
As a matter of self-protection, as a ques?
tion of high or low taxation, it is to the in-1
terest of every citizen to vote for Cunning?
ham, Danneman and Fields, the candidates
for tbe office of Connty Commissioners upon
the Hobaon's Choice ticket
A Decisive Day.
The State elections In Ohio, Pennsylvania
and Indiana take place to-day, and before
the sun goes down the Liberals in those
great Commonwealths will know whether
they may advance their banners and march
to victory in November. The prospect ls
exceedingly bright in all three States, bot a
decisive victory in two of them is as much
aa we have a right to look for.
When John the Baptist began to preach
in the wilderness it was noticed as an ann] |
Bual fact that he arrayed himself in camel's
hair apparel. It waa not for the lack of
better material that be chose this singular
snit, because even in the days of Solomon
the markets of India could boost, of silks and
fine trimmed linen equal to anything pro?
duced in the looms of the present day. No
mention ls made of the style of St. John's
camel-hair raiment; though it ls fair to pr??
same that it was not fashionable. Nor is it
likely that he wore unmentionables.
Did his prophetic ken foresee the day
when the cloth of his preference wonld be
all the rage in Paris and in New York?
Hardly. Yet auch is the fact. Ladies'jour?
nals tell as that in addition to the very I
costly varieties of camel's-bair goods hereto
fore received, there have been added within
the last week several less expensive)
kinds. For example :
In the ecru, gray, smoke and slate-colored
tims there ls a striped material which ls novel
and very beautiful.
Another variety has satin stripes-in some
Instances plain, and In others In brocade |
Another variety Is richly covered over with
brocaded satin figures.
The instructed reader of the sacred narra?
tive will naturally inquire into the proba?
bility of the locusts and wild boney with
which St. John's raiment is inseparably as?
sociated. This bas been by no means for?
gotten ; for we are told in regard to the
"ecru, gray, smoke and slato colored" vs.
The stripes are lengthwise, sell-colored, of I
open texture, very much resembling the
honey-comb quilts, with which every lady la
Aa to cost, it is said that these
Goods Bell at from $3 to $7 50 per yard; but I
being irom one and a halt to two yards In
wldtn, and Intended chiefly for over-dresses,
are not so alarmingly expensive as the figures
U first Bight might Indicate.
This is quite cheering. With regard to the |
appearance, the Information is also cheer?
ing; for it is stated that
About all there is a most genteel and re- j
spectable look-the figured very much resem?
bling the antique fabrics of vestments, ?c., In
museums In Europe.
For the world we would not be impious;
bat we cannot help praying that we behold a J
dozen or two of the beloved things prancing
down Meeting street, clad in these most
genteel, respectable antique and unique
fabrios, with due amount or pannier and
polonaise, all engaged in-what? Preach?
ing, "Repent ye, for the Kingdom of Heaven
"isat hand?" Not much.
In reply to a North Carolina subscriber, the
New York Journal of Commerce repeats that
limitations ol' liability which form the chief
part of the printed matter in bills of lading do
not necessarily govern the responsibility of
oommon carriers. An express company may
cover its receipt with notices that where the
value of the package 1B not named the compa?
ny will not be liable for more than fifty dol?
lars; but if lt accepts the carriage ol a pack?
age of ordinary merchandise with no stipu?
lated value named In the contract, it will be
liaole for Its full value In case of miscarriage.
A carrier ls not liable lor delay unless neglect
can be shown, and the owner cannot recover
damages for detention unless he can show
that the carrier did not show ordinary dili?
F^RT?rasl?iF^D^?TNo. 4, K. OF P.
Atten? Regular Mealing THIS EVBNINO. .at
Pythian Hail, at half-past 7 o'clock. Candidates
for Third Degree will oe punctual. _ ^
By order W. O J. C. RIPLEY, W. R. S.
CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
.lhe Regular Quarterly MeetlDg of this Soci?
ety will be hela THIS DAY. 8th Instant, at 1
o'clock P. M. AKTHOR MAZYOK,
oct8 1 Librarian.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE
TY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting of this
society will be hem THIS (Tuesday) EVKNINO, at
Hibernian Dall, at hair-pant 7 o'clock. A lull at?
tendance ls requested.
octa _W. BAKER. Secretary.
TOBACCO DEALERS PBOTECTIVE
ONION.-The members of this Society, and
such as desire to b come members, are respect
full? requested to meet at Undstedt's Hall, cor?
ner'King and Oalhoan streets, OJ WEDNESDAY
ETKNIKO, the 9th Instant, at half-past 7 o'clock.
oct8-2_ president pro tem.
MABION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend an Extra Meeting of your
company, THIS (Tuesday) ETBNUIO, the 8th mat.,
at 7 o'clnck precisely.
. By order of Pre-1J tnt R. C. BARK LS v.
oct8_p. A. CALDER, secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
t OM PA NY, No. 2.-Yon are hereby sum?
moned to attend the Regular Meeting of your
'Company. 'iHis EYSMNO. 8ih Instant, at half
past 7 o'clock. Members will please be punctual.
By order of Foreman. H. U. OONHXIN,
ociB ; Acting Secretary.
VIGILANT 8TEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY-Attend Extra Mt etlug at En?
gine-House, i ms EVENING, at 7 o'clocK.
By order. i. A. ENSLOW", Jr.,
pets-*_ Secretary V. F. E. co.
QUEEN CITY CLUB.-ATTEND REGU?
LAR Monthly Meeting, THIS ETXKINO, at 8
o'clock. A fall attendance desired, as business ef
importance will be brought forward for consider
atlou. By order. _oct8
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CA HOL IN A.-The Regular Quarterly Meet
lug of the Society win be held at the Rooms of
the Board or Trade on THURSDAY EVENING, octo?
ber 10th, at 8 o'oiock.
A. BARON HOLMES,
Secretary aud Treasurer pro tem.
A Meeting or the Fjc?cntlve Committee will be
held at above named place on WKDNXSDAY E VB
NINQ, october stn, at 8 o'clock.
oc(8_W. O. VARDELL, Chairman.
ANTE?? BY~A "RESPECTABLE
White Girl, a situation as Child's Nuise or
House Servant. Reference given. Apply No. 83
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS CHAM?
BERMAID and to attend Children. Apply
at No. 66 Hasel street, next St. Mary's Church.
WA1TINGMAN WANTED.-REC OM"
MENDATIONS required. Apply at Ka 6
St. Phillp street, opposite Normal ScnooL
WANTED THOSE INTERESTED TO
know the Brooch will be Raffled at LANG?
LEY'S, No. iel King street, THIS EVEKINO, at
half-past 7 o'clock._oc?8-l?
ARESPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN
wishes a situation as cook, wa-her and
?ruuer in a small family. Can be weil recom?
mended. Apply at cerner Middle and Calhoun
FIFTY GOOD HANDS WANTED TO
pick Sea Island cotton. Cash prices pot
up every day. Apply to 0. J. ANDELL, John'*
Island, or W. A. BoYLE, Factor, AJger's North
AFIRST-CLASS CUTTER AND FIT?
TER, or Ladles' Dresses, wishes an engage?
ment in private raminea by the day. Address, by
post, Mad. LD/. I ER._octe-tnth2?
WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE HANDS
accustomed to laying railroad Iron. Ap?
ply at the office of the Enterprise Railroad Com
pany. No. 6* Broad street._oots-d
WANTED, A WAITINGMAN. BEFEB
ENuES required. Apply at No. 40 Broad
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
Servant. Good recommendations requlr
ed. Apply at No. 6 Legare street._oct7-2?
COOK WANTED.-WANTED A GOOD
meat and vegetable cook at King Mansiun,
corner Meeting and George streets. oct7-2?
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furniture and save 20 per cent.
We went lhere and was surprised to see so much
Furniture at koch low prices. His stock o vers a
space of about twenty thousand square feet.
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED A T
WM. MATTUIE>SEN's Tailoring Honse, cor
I uer or King and Wentworth streets, six flrst-cln8s
Pantaloon Hands. No other need apply. Con
! btant wort guaranteed._oct4
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTEB
S Pl hi rs (>F THE WORLD, THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE YEAR. Agent? report sales otu io loo
copies in a rev boors or days. Prospectas free.
Add rest J. w. GOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, S\ Louts, New Orleans.
lotit ano -Torino.
LOST, A wl??TE~S E TTE R PUP
marked with brown. Age about 6 months,
bbc had on a leather collar. A liberal reward will
be paid for her delivery at No. 72 Basel street, op?
posite Maiden lane, or ax No. 3 Broad street.
LOST, A GOLD CHAIN, BETWEEN
south Atlantic Wharf sid Water street. A
reward wui be given lr left at No. 36 Pitt street.
FOUND, A HAT, WHICH THE
owner can have by proving property and
P*,ct8gl?PeMea' APPly 81 N?' 141 KlUS 8treel'
T OST, ON THE 5TH INSTANT, BE- '
JL? TWKEN Queen and Wentworth streets, In I
Kiug, a child's coral Armlet, A reward will be
paid by leaving lt at tina office._oct7 2
MONCK'd CORNER DEPOT, OCTOBER I
6,1872 -A oark bay MARE, advanced in
>>ara; dish lace, with dim streak; knots on bind
legs; a natural paoer. Owner can reclaim by j
ptoving ownership and paying expense?. In
possession ot subscriber. U. W. AVENGER.
T~b RBSTTATHOUSB WITH A LABOR
yard, and with all accommodations. Ap
ply Room 78, Charleston Hotel._octSl*
TO RENT, STOREHOUSE AND DWEL?
LING, in Town or Florence, S. a, Main
street, oppoBlie Freight Depot, formerly occupied
by A. W. Loyas. Address Box, Florence S. o.
FOR RENT, IN THE CENTRAL POR?
TION or colombia, s. C., a large and com?
modious storeroom, 126 reet long by 24 reet wide,
BQltable lor almost any kind of business. Posses?
sion can be had at once. Rent $1000 per annum.
??ft?S B?LLMANN BR03..LNO. 163 East Bay, or
! O- D1ERCKS, Colnmbia. S. 0._octS-6
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
and George. Also, Archer's Hall. Also,
commodious ru?me, from $2 to $e. ARCHER'S
I BAZAAR, King street._oct7 mwf3? I
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM
MODiOOS Building. Na 149 East Bay, re
ceutly occupied as lhe Publication Office or THJE
NEWS, and loroieriy tnown as the French Coffee
House, i-ur terms, Ac., applv at the office of
THE NBWB, No. is Broad si reet._?ep28
TO RENT, FINE RESIDENCE IN COM?
PLETE ordtr, Boutnwest corner Spring and
Ashley streets, with every onvenlence-gas,
5S?T5SSsi cistern. 4c. Apply to WILLIAM G
wtULDEN, No. 266 King otreer. oot6-stuih
TO RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
STREET, next to Singer Office, suitable tor
Dry Goo?s or Bootsand shoes. Apply to singer
Sewing Machine Company._augi6-ihstu
TO RENT, EITHER SEPARATELY OR
together, that elegant new store and Dwel?
ling, No. 410 King street, next to corner of Burna
laue. To an approved tenant they will be rented
low. Apply to FOKSYTHE, VOOUUti A CO., cor
ner King street and Burna lane. octl-tnths
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
, ..c??T,,??4 Kln8 street, recently occupied by
FuKSYTHE, McouMB A CO. The store ls neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures wld
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FORSYTHS, MCCOMB ? CO., corner King street
and Burns lane. octl-tuths
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE
S1RABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street
recently bnlshed, suitable for one or two resDect
ar-le raminea, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings for the accom mod ?Hon or the same. There
ls on the premises one or ihe largest cisterns and
one or ihe best wells or water In the city. Apply
on the premises. sep24
gECOND ANNUAL GRAND BALL
WAGENER ARTILLERY CLUB,
HIBERNIAN HALL, .
WEDNESDAY EVEN]NO, OCTOBER 23J, 1872.
Lieut: F. W. PIEPER, Lteat. H. H. WIECKINO,
Serg'c J. J. WIDENER, Sergeant J. H. K?HRS,
Corporal J. H. STILLING, Corporal GEO. STEIBBB,
Corporal H. STEINKAMP, Amorer J. AHRBNS,
Treas'r P. W. JESSEN, Sec'y J. F. LILIENTHAL,
Private M. TRIEBT, Privnte 0. BIEL.
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY,
IN FREONDSOHAFTnUSD HALL,
ON THURSDAY, OCTCBER IO, 1872,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN CHURCH.
Tickets $l, to be bad fron tue following Com?
Captain D. WERNER, Mr. F. VON SANTEN,
Captain J. SMALL, Mr. J. P. MEBEHABDT,
Captain H. W AGB NKR. Mr. H. ROHDB,
Mr. J. C. H. CLAU83SN, Mr. W. SB M KKK,
Mr. D. A. AMUs, Mr. J. REILS,
Mr. G. LOG BM ANN, Mr. G. LINDSTEDT,
Mr. F. J. LILIENTHAL, Mr J. HEEBBKANN.
L. MULLER, 0. C. PLENOS,
W. KNOBELOCH, Jr., W. STENDER,
?. SCHACHTE, J. A. AMMB,
J. VON OVEN, H. D. BOESOH,
A. F. c. CRAMER, E. BRANDES.
OCI3-7 F. MILCH EES, Chairman.
JOST ARRIVED, T?NIIA^G? DRAY
MULES; also, lot line Saddle and Harness
HORSES, at R. OAKMAN'S Stables, No. 85 OQorch
FOR SALE, A GOOD WORK .HORSE.
Will draw either In single or double har
ness. Apply at No. 37 Market streeL J. COS
G ROY M._OCt2-6?
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJRN, son of the late Henry
Oijen, for Seventy-tlve COL ors. WUl be sold at a
Utacount at MENKE A MULLBR'S._gagg
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE?
VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
KOO acres, capable or advantageous division, the
Property formerly of General augustus M. Smith,
now of his widow. For terms and particular*,
apply to JOEL b. PERRIN, Esq., or Abbeville, or
to WARDI.AW ? CAREW, Charleston.
BRICKS 1 BRICKS ! BRICKS 1-FOR
sale. 50,000 OLD BU ICES, cleaned. Apply
at No. 14 Elizabeth street._octl-tusB*
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, in fair
order. Price, $500. Also, slot of SHAFTING,
Pulleys, Ac., at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK
LEY A CO._Mfg thain
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County. Ave ml.ea from Graham's
Turnout, on the IQath carolloa Railroad, ls offer?
ed for sale, lt contains JD ven hundred and oily
acres, two hundred and arty acres of .which are
good clay Cotton Land. There are also upon the
premises a One DWELLING, containing six
roomB, together with hoi aaa for the accommoda
Hon of twenty laborers, Gin Hoose, Screw, Barna,
Stables, Ac., allin good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance or hue cool
water. For terms, apply to RtsEDEB A DAVIS,
Charleston, S. C., or 1 o Dr. W. H. HAQOOD,
Blackville, 8. 0._oct!
PLANTATION FOR SALE -GREAT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Tue subscriber, being a jout to leave tne State,
offers for Bale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated In Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing BIS acres.
The line or the Port -loyal Railroad Is In close
proximity to lt, and lb? splendid circular Siw
Min or Dr. J. C. Milter not more tbaa a milo from
the richly-timbered port?n of the estate. I
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid orops or cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comrortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge or the
body of timber, and th a locality is remarkably
The timbered portion (710 aerea) presents as
One a body or virgin forest as t ho eye can meet
with In this State, varying from the smallest hizzi
cap limber to the largest ranging sise.
To railroad con trac tura, lumbermen and tur
pentine distillers, no fleer opportunity has ever
been presented of realising a fortune, as they
have the option or shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or rau.
For forther particulaia, apply to the subicrlb?r,
or to H. M. THOMPSOA, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, So. cu.. la wt ose hands are the titles.
winlaton, So. ca.. Ausuat lat, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-tho above Lands will be
sold by Public Auction, without fall, on Sales-Day
in November, oem g ilONO?Y, the 4th day of
November next, at Blackville courthouse, m said
state and County, In Lita of 100 acres and up?
wards, to snit purcnasi.-ra.
Terma of Sale-oau-nair cash; balance on
twelvemonths' credit, with interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to secure purchase
money. R. N. MILLER.
PERMANENTT^RANSTENT AND DAY
Board can be obtained at No. li Coming
street, between Wentworth and Beaufam s creels.
pOOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
UT Booms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
broad street. Day Hoarders accommodated at
ah ort notice. sepi8
107...H E N R Y 'fl R E T R E A T,..-107
AMERICAN HOTEL, TWO DOORS BELOW BROAD ST.
The Celebrated Ced'ir Rey Oysters. Oysters la
every style, at all honrs. Hot Coffee, Oakes and
Home-made Pies. Meals at all honrs. Lunch
free from ll to 2 o'clock.
The best wines, Liquors, Havana Olgars and
Tobacco, Barton English Ale on drangst, io cents
a glass. Come and sse me.
OCL7-3 A. HAMMERSCHMIDT.
rjIHE ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON
Wilt be reopened to-day. Lunch from ll to 2.
The Bar has been refitted and supplied with Im?
ported Liquors and C igars,
Oct7-lmo Late Ba keeper at the M11I8 Honse.
OFFICE OF^CY^OAR?TbF SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON, S. C., 00
To BER l, 1872.-The Exercises of the Public
Sch. ols of this City will be resumed on MONDAY,
7ih initant. Applications for the admission of
children may be made at the respective behool
Houses ou and arter MONDAY, the 14th instant.
By order of the Hoard.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
ST PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume its
Exercises on T?R9D?.Y, October the 1st. Apply to
Rev. A M. FOLOH1, Principal._octg-imo
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOARD
INO and Day School for Young Ladles, at No.
58 Hasei street. Offers facilities for instruction In
the usual branches cf English Education; also In
the Modern Languages, Drawing. Palming, vocal
and Instrumental iluslc. Exeiclses will be re
snmed october L_8epl7-imo
/CHARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
first MONDAY In October, and end the sacona
FRIDAY In July, tte term belp.g shortened two
weeks to Induce pc.plls to remain until tne ciose
of scholastic year. ,
Applicants and those absent from the Jniy ex?
amination win be examined the first wees.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Kel?
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks wm
be charged from the first. ,
For Terms and Circulars containing particulars,
apply as above. MISS E. A KELLY,
gO?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK
" wanted by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct7"2 No. 6 Broad Btreet.
JjJTIWAN PHOSPHATE COMPANY
STOOK for sale by JAMES H. WILSON,
00tT-2 Na 6 Broad street.
(Motel)?, JtweirtJ, Ut.
AT CHES TT^WATCTETI
We have Jost opened an Assortment of Ameri?
can and European WATCHES, which we offer at
j the lowest New Tors: prices:
GOLD WATCHES from $25 to $120.
Silver Watches from $12 to $35.
AU of which are warranted. Call and see, and
Also, a Large Assortment of JEWELRY,
octa-tutha M..A A. ASHTON.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONTX INSURANCE COMPANY,'
OF HABTFOBD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL.AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74, '
The undersigned, having Increased tn cir INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the' PIKE MX, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owneis Policies in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other nm class
I Companies. E, SKBRING A CO., .
sep6-8mos No. 11 Broad street.
Copottntrsljip? ano flhssoiariont.
C^?PA^raBBRHTFiro TI C ?f^THE
subscribers have associated together, nuder
the firm of FINLEY A HENDERSON, for the Prac?
tice or Law ln~ the Connues of Aiken, Barnwell,
Col econ and EdgeOeld, and wulalso undertake
business In the Federal Couru for the Duitrlct or
South Carolina. Law office. A iken. S. O.
W. PBRONNEAU PURLEY,
03t8 tnths3 D. S. HENDERSON.
Drngs at COIjolesale.
The undersigned, representing one or the largest
Manufacturers in the United States, offers to the
TRADE AND TO PHYSICIANS a rall Line ol the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS la the above am?les
at Low Prices,
COXSI3TING IN riHT OF :
Nickle Plated Steel and Brass Spring SINGLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-fad Single and Double
French improved Pad Single and Doable Trasse?
Fron ch Improved Pad, Soft and Hard Pad Light
Spring, single and Double Trusses.
Buchet Pad, Soft and Hard Pad, Single and Double
Improved Radical Gare Men and Tooths'Single
and Double Trusses.
Kid and Chamois Lined Self-adjusting bingie and
Chase's Improved Pad Single and Doable Trasses.
Reversible Hard and Soft Pad single and Double
Nickle Plated and Ivory Egg Pad Single and Dou?
Common Right, Left and Double Trasses.
Youths' and Children's Single and Doable Trusses,
in great variety.
Fitch's, London and Improved Abdominal Belt
Ualted sutes Army and Navy Patent Hand-Made
SUI Thread and Cotton Suspensories.
Male and Female Shoulder Braces-Elastic, Steel
Springs and Suspenders.
Babbit Skin Cheat Protectors.
Elastic Stooklngs, Knee Caps and Anklets, in Silk
Thread and Cotton,
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
CHABLtSTON, S. 0.
IS tm Dublicatums.
JJYMNAL OP THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety of
styles; prices from 20c, 40c, eoe, 76c, $1, and up?
SCHOOL BOOKS AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 27.
FOGARTIE'B BOOK DEPOSITORY.
THIRTY YEARS IN THE HAREM, a i Autobio?
graphy, $160. _
The Beginnings of Life, by H. Charlton Bas?
tian, M. A., M. D., 2 vols., $6.
Dr. Oldn-m's Talk at Greystones, $160.
GuMe to a Devout Life, by Rev. G. II. Wilkin?
son, ML A.. 76c. _ -
Is lt True, by Author of John Halifax Gentle?
man. 90a .. .
Adventures of A. Brownie, by Author of John
Halifax Gentleman, 90c. IL ?
The Masque of the Gods, by Bayard Tsylor,
Til Marble Prophecy, a Poem, by J. G. Holland,
some Elements of Religion, Lent Lectures, by
H. P. Liddon, D. D. $15u.
Fifteen Years or Prayer, by S. Irenaens Prime,
* Hls'tory of the German M'WgJ&Ls.gf
Lutheran Oharch in North and South taronna,
'?.Snd^?^?al^ Illustrated, by
n??"MkS Fever,, with Maps, by
Ff?Pb.yesGrasas! ? % >?hn
QQinnPl MmllCS. $1 tO.
Harder's Hand Book for Travellers in Europe
and East, with 88 Maps and Plans of CHies, by W.
Pembroke Fetrldge, nth year, $6.
EBB-TIDE, bv Christian Held, Author of Mor?
ton House, paper, $1; doth $160.
Ombra, by Mrs. Oliphant, paper 76o; Hope De?
terred, by Eliza F. Pollard, paper 60; A Walting
Race, by Edmund Tates, paper 76c; Wanted a
pedigree, by A UCL or of? ld Fashioned Boy, cloth,
'i ne Member for Paris, by Trois Etoiles, pa?
per 75C. " '
More Than She Could Bear, a Story or the
Gachup?n War in Texas, A. D. 1812-'is,by Hes
per Benbow, cloth $1 50.
The Brooks or Brldlemere, by J. G. Melville,
eely a Girl. From the German ol W. Von
Hlllern. Cloth $176.
The White Rose. Melville. $1 25.
Maid or 5Ker, by R. D. Blackmore, paper 75c.
Dr. Vandyke, by John Esten Cooke, cloth $1 25;
Lord Kllgobbio, by Charles Lever, cloth $160;
The Golden Lion or Granpere, by Anthony Trol?
lope, cloth $126; paper 76a
The New Edltiun or Cooper's Novels. Cloth
$126; paper 760.
A o od Investment, by Wm. Flagg. Paper 60c.
Christian North, by E. M. Archer. Paper 76a
By His Own Might. From the German of W.
Yon Hlllern. Cloth $1 76. a
Cerise, by G. J. Melville. Cloth $1 25.
FOGARTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NO. 260 KING STREET (in the Ber d,)
mchiB-taths Charleston, s. 0.
C0&y^^jricT . ? ?
For sile by BtMt ?g* W,^*jeT*T
j WM. H. J01YES A CO.
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.v u v
loo tons No. 1 Peruvian, Chincha and Ouanapd
GUANO. For ?ale by i ::? l-l; ?>.:?&
.. HEB HANN BUL W IN K LE,
?gOENEO BAGGING ;: g ' ^jjjj
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For aile
by HERMANN BULLWINKLE,
octa Kerr's Wbarf.
ipOOD FOB THE inLUON. ;
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS '
The Cheapest and best Food In existence." In
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. LALANE A CO., , ,
Na 175 East Bay, Charleston, S. C., Sole Agenta.
Liberal discount to the trade. *" seo 19-smos "
-piETH DLBEGT IMPORTATION; FROM
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY., .
MOUNTAIN, - . ," " ;.^S'f":.
SONOMA, . . 10 -
CLARET, i dj". ..
. GRAPE BRAM)Y.
JOHN HURKAMPA CO. .
. ? :. . . -5 ??ytteszi&??ai?SS.
"The average number of Tines to the Acre ls
900, and the prod net 800 gallons of Wine and 20
of Brandy, more than tl ree times the average
product lo France.". >, ?'?_- ?. : .. .
?U. 8. commissioner ot the General Laad 'Office, j
oett-thstas* ' " ".' '?' ' '-'
SEEDS! SEEDS! .
South Carolina Seed Bye.
Red Rnst-proof Oats.
Oareraliy selected. ?. *<
For sale by ,. JOHN CAMPS EN A. 00.
gTRAWBERRY PLANTS. . .
100,000 Nunan STRAWBERRY PLANTS, - . - "
Foraaleriy H. W. KINSMAN, ..
aepi2-tmhl6 Sa 12S East Bsj. .
"P|"AY I HAY! HAY I '??>[< ':. a w or.j
60 toni or HAY cab' be deUv?r?d'imVjart' of
the city. Apply to H. W.>XfflSM*Si:
sepi2-tntn8 . No. lae BAST Bay. ?
i~-.?.-n:L?f J? is?fft
? ? ? ? . i-f. . ? ''.:/}-uti ri
... - vnirK?ei?''
?'"j? ."- ?iVt?ifSI?'ftc-;
,....*:.: . J^?st?i^t?gg.
. :.ft- - .. ..:.,,. :,?,T?:?.-.? Li
. . .. . : .: ; .r--c-.?rt
. . ...-:i.::;..v.';r^.j.
ILS 0 N'S '?R?:?B?%T*~-L
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
in thia city. ..T, J ^ ^
They have been selected especially: for ?hetr
medicinal qualities, aid their purity endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston. J?r ''
Parties desiring a pore article can always rely
on Liquors' sold from this esubhshm?nt and
I A full supply of low grades on hand.
fib. 806 King street.
MW Address Box No. S83. " ' ,;!
-p|- A L I B ,U T F l /N S .
. . HALIBUT FTN8.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ,
TONQUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' O ROCK BY;
No. 807 King Street. ,
All Goods Delivered Promptly. sepal, 1
CANNED PEACHES! OA NN: ED
., PEACHES I - ;
180 dosen 2 and 8 lb. OANNBD PEACHES.' ?
For sale low at WILSONE' GROCERY, ,
Na sec King street.
MW All Goods delivered free. ' " " :i" :' ?
CANNED TOMATOES ! CANNED TO?
MATOES ! ? .' . "?. ?
-? ; , Od? TiStSS*
700 dozen 21b Canned TOMATOES. '
For sale low at WILSONS'QROOERY,
fia 808 King street.
mw AU Goods delivered free., "; ;.... _..
C Y R U P I SYRUP ! Sri EU P I
GOLDEN SYRUP, 65 cent? a gatteni":'m'
WILSONS* OROOHRY, .
, Ba 800 King street.
mw All Goods deUvered free. ....
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO^
OERIES AND PROVISIONS. g
Warranted to salt the palates and the pocket*
jay Ail Goods delivered free._? .
XTBW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
1\ SPICED SALMON.
Extra Na 1 MACKEREL
New Herrings. --1
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
. _ fio.808 Kine sweet.
MW AU Goods delivered free.
^_._? * - ? ? ?? : '
"VTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
JN TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
^ PIG SHOULDERS.
Pulton Market BEEF
FamUy PU Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
For?V?f ' OLSONS' GROCIRY,
ifOrsaieiowBi. No. 806 King street. .
MW All Goods deUvered free.
Joint Stork (tLompan&.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK OOM
PANY ror the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 187-MONDAT MORNING. Oct. 7. |
CLASS Na 188-MONDAT EVAN INO, OOt '7v 4
oots A MOROSO, sworn Oommiaaioaec*.
NOTICE.-HAVING^ HAD MUCH EX
PERI ENCE in reu airing Weighing Scales Of
every description, would solicit public patronage
m reference to said work. , . , ...
References: Mr. B.'O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay; Messrs. H. Bischoff * Co.,Whoie
s ile Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Thomas A Billiard,
Public Adjuster or W?kht? and Measures.
ARCHIBALD Mc LEISH,
Na 4 Cumberland street,
octs-2mos_- Charleston, 8. 0.
ibis itu ss Zata?.
A. J . SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, -
NO. 113 MZRTtsa BTRHTT,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BABKLBY A 00
Desires to inform his mends and" the pabrrt,
that be ls pit pared to carry on the GENERAIT
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repaint of au kmda at?
tended ta Designs and estl hates lurnlahed upon