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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 10 Broad street, Charleston, 8. C.
?J>e (t?bn?t?ttm ?Teto?
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 9, 1872.
HEWS OF XMJB DA T.
-No appointment ol minister to St. Peters?
burg le contemplated until the Senate shall be
ia session to confirm it.
-The government has taken no recent ac?
tion under the Ku-Kl ox law, no complaints
which would authorize lt having been re?
-There are now ninety cadet midshipmen
at the Naval Academy from the June and Sep?
tember examloatlons, including one Japanese
and one colored boy. ' , '; I
-Minister Nelson has lately informed the!
department ol State that there ls a prospect,
of the Mexican Government soon appointing,
a commissioner la order that the business be?
lora the United States and Mexican Claims
Commission may be resumed.
. I -lb ls Tumored that at the meeting of the!
Baptist' Association, which ls to take place in
a few 'days; on Long Island, the Bev. S. J.
Hyatt Smith and George S. Pentecost, of
Brooklyn, wlil be put on trial for radicalism
on the subject of open communion. Smith's
views have caused a great deal of Interest j
among Bap tisis. j
-Madame Pauline Lucca on Friday called i
on the indian chiefs who are now at the!
Grand Central Hotel, the Indiana returning
the visit in the evening. All the chlelB but.
one' were'veryaffable with the little woman, j
but Bhe, woman like, set herself at once to;
the task o? acquiring the good will of this one, ;
In which she was successful. Medicine Bear j
and Black Eye each gave her a claw of ai
grizzly bear as memorials ot her visit. ? ?
-Itlsnotauticlpaledlnoulclal cl roles that
the award made by the Geoeva tribunal will
be paid before tho expiration of twelve months.
lrom the time of Its announcement, this1
belog the treaty limit. The money will be
paid to the department of Stale, and as there!
ls now no law concerning th? disposal of it, j
legislation by Congress becomes necessary
for that purpose. The only official informa?
tion concerning the Baa Juan arbitration is?
that a decision would be made early this ;
-A dlspatoh from Governor McCormick-, j
Arizona Territory, says the attack ot Colonel
K8B?U 00 Ule Ay um li o Uohormn fo tho moat im
portant blow ever dealt to hostile Indians in
that Territory. It ls now koowa that most
of tho murders'?nd robberies are to be
charged to them, and that at.least two of the
kUled participated in the massacre of the Le?
ting party. A number of those.who lately
left Dale Greek reservation were found among
the Alain. The attack on the hostile Indians
was made by three companies of cavalry and
frleodly Indians lo the mountains. Forty In?
dians "were killed and many wounded and
car^Ssd,^"' ? .
^?t'Bayoune^New Jersey, ?u Friday morn?
ing, aa explosion of nitro-glycerine occurred
on the Central Railroad, where some caboose
laborers had been at work track-building. The
glycerine waa applied for aa experimental
blast. The quarrymen were ensconced be?
hind boulders. After the blast, Patrick Mc
Flynn, who was not more than forty feet dis
tant, was lound horribly mangled, with his
riant arm toro off by a piece ot rook. Ano th er j
laborer, struck in the bowels, is loa dying I
condition ; and a nother lilied into the air ls
dangerously hurt. A residence two hundred
feet distant, had its roof crushed through by a
boulder weighing one thousand pounds.
? -By advices from Calcutta we are Informed
that Russian troops were advancing on Khiva
and Kandar on the 27th of August, and that
the soldiers of the Czar had previously occu-1
pied UrgenJ and razed lt to the ground.
There are two towns named Urgenj in the do-1
min lon of the Kahn of Khiva. One ls situated I
00 the banks of a caual near the OXUB; the
other some miles northwest of Khiva. The
first enjoyed great commercial importance at
one period, and is, no doubt, the objeotlve
point ot the present march ot the Bold ie rs of
the northern Emperor. The movement 1B of I
very great importance. Russia wishes, lt may
be, to seize the great Elstern hive of manu- j
lac ture for silk, cotton and yarn, and thus be
come, to a very great extent, independent of
the looms ot France and England, besides ob-1
talcing a good strategic foothold tor her j
armies In the event of a war clash with the J
power of Britain ia the East.
-The Escorial, after all, will not take lte
place among the notable rulos ot Europe. The I
huge structure still Staads, only two towers
and a portion Ot the roo ting having been de
? troy sd, and the whole damage being includ-1
ed in the pitifully small amount of 3,000,000 1
reals. Amadeus may repair lt from his privy I
purse,, and not feel the expense. Rut the most
gratifying consideration is the safety of the
works of art. atorad wltbln Its massive t tone I
walls. The Morillos, the Vetasquezes, the j
Raphaels, the treasures of canvas and marble j
and bronze and plate that form one of the I
most noted galleries or Europe have been un-1
touched by the flimes, and still remain the I
greatest riches of the Spanish Kingdom. Their
loss would Impoverish the world o? art, and
lt ls with a sense of personal relief from I
Impending disaster that lovers of the beaut)
ful, tbe world over, will learn that the fire
was stayed before lt destroyed these relics.
The building itself, representing the labor of
more than a score of years,, could be better
spared and moro easily replaced than these I
unique productions of a genius now forever J
gone; and If the cold stones of the Escorial
are likely to attract fire ia this alarming mao
uer very often, lt would be a matter of pru-I
dence with the free-handed young King to
effect at least a partial Insurance upon the
perishable treasures. For their money value I
would pay off Spain's entire debt and leave j,
a good worklug capital over. 1
-A spiritualistic seance was held io New I !
York a few days ago over the body of the late 11
owner of the celebrated trotter, Ethao Alleo 11
-a sporting gentleman who departed this life [J
?O Fedaeiday last an*waa burled dh Friday. I i
Toe seanoe was held a* .the request of the' j 1
widow of tbe deceased, who ls a strong he?
llerer In spiritualism, and who desired .to
know whether bis spirit had taken its flight to
the spirit land. Mrs. Kane, widow of Dr.
Kane, and who was one of the celebrated Fox
sisters, conducted the ghostly proceedings.
A select circle of invited spiritualists "eat |
around the coffin iii an unlighted room, and,
amid an awful and impressive si len ce, the spirit
of the departed war called on by the medium
to state whether the deceased was in the
spirit land. After. being thrice called upon |
the dilatory spirit manifested itself In
what the reporter calls "a soft, olear,
musical voice," and gave a negative
reply-an answer which, tbe medium ex?
plained, meant that the spirit ot the deceased
had not yet lett his body. Then the candles
were lighted, and soma very poor verses, in
the shape of a hymn, were sang by all present
Thereafter, availing hersell of the opportunity,
the medium called on the Bpi ri ts or some re?
cently deceased notabilities-among them
Professor Morse, James Fisk, Jr., Judge Mc
Cunn and James Gordon Bennett-to respond.
Mr. Bennett's spirit answered the call, and,
after listening to some objurgatory remarks
from the mediant, retired with the theatrical
remark : " Thy will ls granted. Farewell. J
Come and Join us In the spirit land." Take it j
for allin all, this occurrence was one of tbe
ghastliest and grimmest tissue's cf absurdities
-not to say sacrileges-that has ever come
before the public, even in connection with
this incomprehensible belief la what is called
Iict Vs Reason Together.
A leading article in the Courier of yester?
day is devoted to an exposition of the man?
ner in which the Tomllnson and the Moses
Radicals have broken their pledge that they
would improve the character of the mem?
bers of the Legislature and the county offi?
cers to be elected next Wednesday. The
strictures of the Courier, while proper in the
main, are not altogether just; nor can this
paper admit that the Conservatives acted un?
wisely in adhering to their determination
not to nominate a State ticket With "the
? 'intelligence and the capital of tho State"
moving ia "solid column," there would be a
prospect of accomplishing a thorough re?
form; but this is a combination which bas
cot been made since the war, and of which
there is no present prospect Practical
men do not waste time in talking of what
might have been, or of what they could do
were the circumstances of the case wholly
different They take things as they are,
and make the best of them. This is the
point to which, it is hoped, the Conaerva
tives may be brought between this and elec?
Upon the subject of the two legislative
tickets nominated by the Charleston County
Radicals, the Courier Bay a:
Ia reference to the two tickets for the Legis?
lature, Judged by acts and not by words, there
is co hope oi reform ia either, or in a combi?
nation o/ both. We cannot support either or
both. The time ls too short for a convention
of the people of the county. If there had
been united counsel and action, this, in our
judgment, could haw been accomplished, and
victory attained. The question is, therefore,
one exclusively for the peopie. It ls for them
to say whether there shall be any other nomi?
nations or not. If they choose, they can either
by a call tor a mass meeting or otherwise, pre?
sent a ticket which will indeed be the sign and
the assurance of a real reform and good gov?
ernment. The whole matter ls la the bauds or
the people. It is for them to determine
whether an honest effort shall be made to
rescue the legislative councils from the lu
comptent and In many Instances corrupt
hands into which otherwise lt mast fall if the
taxpaying citizens do not present some ticket
which win afford security for right and hope
for the future.
To the passages which are Italicised, it ls
desired to call the attention of the public
They contain two postulates : 1. That the
people of Charleston County can, in mass
meeting or otherwise, present a legislative
ticket which will be "the sign and the as
"surance of a real reform and good gov?
ernment" 2. That there is no hope of re?
form io either the Bowen or the Mackey
! legislative ticket or in a combination of
\ both tickets. Before going further, it is
neceassary to clear up some ambiguous ex?
pressions. It is assumed by THE NEWS
that "the people" spoken of by the Courier
are th a Conservative citizens of Charleston
County1; lt is also assumed that the Courier
believes that a ticket caa be nominated by
tbe Conservative citizens which caa be
elected. Tbe Conservatives must be "the
"people" spoken of; because tbe Republi?
cans have already made their nominations.
There mast be a belief that a Conservative
ticket can be elected; because, unless actual?
ly elected, that ticket would be neither "the
"sign" nor "the assurance" of "a real re
The fallacy of the first postulate is easily
seen. Ia 1870 Charleston County was
thoroughly canvassed; every ward in the
city was well organized; stump-speakers
aroused the enthusiasm of the people; there
were Republicans OD the Conservative
ticket; the Kadi cals were divided, as they
are DOW; mooey was freely spent OD toa day
of eleotioD ; there was a full vote, and a fair
count Tbe result was that the average
vote polled by the six highest candidates for
the Legislature, upon the Reform ticket
was 6741; while the average vote of the
Bowen candidates was 11,050, and of the
DeLarge candidates 3459. In taking the
average, any candidates who were nomi?
nated upon more than one ticket are omit- i
ted. The total Radical vote, adding the (
DeLarge and Bowen votes together, was i
14,509, which was more ?han double the Re- t
form vote. Does the Courier believe, and i
can it give any good reason for believing, t
that the Conservatives in 1872-without t
Time, Money or Organization-can poll a ?
considerably higher vote than they obtained t
two years ago? Unless the Courier can a
prove this, it mu9t admit that a Conserva- 1
ttve ticket however composed and nomi- \
nated, would be defeated, and would not, i
therefore, be either ??the sign" or "the as- t
"surance" of "a real reform and good gov- 1
The second postulate of the Courier ia
even more of a gratuitous assumption thao
the first; so far as it conveys the idea that
"a combination of both" the Mackey and
Bowen Legislative tickets "holds ont no
"hope of reform." THE NEWS haa presented
lo the Conservative voters a ticket selected
From the Bowen and Mackel tickets, which
is better than either, of the "straight" Radical
: i eke ts, and is considerably better tb aa the
egislative ticket elected in 1870. The two
;ickets are placed side by Bide, that the i n
)eople may see and judge for themselves : J o
The Old and the Kew.
Boxeen Radicals. Hobsons Choice.
T. HURLEY, T. HURLEY,
JOHN B. PENNIS, J. F. GREENE, "
J. J. HARDY, H. C. MINOTT,
C. J. ANDELL, C. J. ANDELL,
O. R. LETT, 0. B. LEVY,
W. R. JERVEY, N. T. SPENCER,
H. H. HUNTER, JOHN E. CLYDE,
ABE SUTH, E. J. ADAMS,
A. P..FORD, STEPBEN BROWN,
J.W.LLOYD, S. D. Ena BB LL,
B. A. BOSEUON, B. AV BOHEMOS-,
T. A. DAT?, 6. CANNON,
W. E. ELLIOTT, J. L. WALKER,
A. LOGAN, B. B. ARTSON,
E. MICKEY, C. F. NORTH,
R. BRYAN, C. H. VANDERHORBT,
W. C. GLOYBR, J. A. WILLIAMS,
P. P; HEDGES, W. G. PINCKNEY.
A glance at the two tickets is sufficient to
show that Hobson's Choice is superior to the
Bowen ticket ol 1870. It has six whites in
place of four. Poor of the candidates-1
Messrs. Harley, Levy, Bosemonand Andell
ar? renominated. The remainder are head
and shonldera above the flame number of
candidates on the ticket of 1870. Hob
son's Choice baa a fair prospect of being
elected, and the names upon it Indicate that
it does hold out a ?'hope of reform." There
is another consideration. The casting of
the Conservative vote for any candidates
other than those who, being upon a Republi.
can ticket, will receive Hie Mackey or the
Bowen vote, ensures the election of the
straight Bowen or Mackey ticket. That of
Mackey is bad enough ; that of Bowen, as a
whole, is infamous. To defeat them both, as
wholes, and elect their best men is, in itself,
a substantial and practical reform-it is im?
proving the character of the Charlea ton dele?
gation to the General Assembly, and, if that
ls not reform, and a "hope of reform," lt is
hard to say what is.
TBE NEWS cannot think that the Courier
opposes the Hobson 'a Choice ticket because
it was proposed by this paper, without con?
sultation with any candidate, and without
conferring with aoy old or yoong politician,
Conservativo or Radical; nor can it be sup?
posed that the Courier is so impracticable,
or so prejudiced, as to refuse to support the
only candidates who can be elected-merely
because those candidatos are not everything
the people could wish. This paper has
spoken frankly and deliberately, and if the
Courier cannot answer the reasons which
THE NEWS gives for opposing a Conserva?
tive nomination, and for advocating Hob-,
son's Choice, it is reasonable to expect that
it will give THE NEWS its valuable aid in the
e iib rt to secare what is "the largest practl
"cal measure ef local and legislative reform."
The Potrera ot Federal Supervisors of
There is some misapprehension as to the
powers of Federal supervisors of election
ander the new bayonet law, and a statement
has obtained currency that the same au?
thority to order arrests by tbe Federal deputy
marshals, which was granted nuder the
acts of 1870 and 1871, ls conferred upon the
additional supervisors appointed in confor?
mity with the supplementary provisions of
This is a Berions mistake, and we
advise our friends throughout the State
to see that no power is usurped on elec?
tion day by the Federal authorities. Tho
old enforcement laws authorized the ap?
pointment of supervisors and deputy mar?
in?is in cities having twenty thousand in?
habitants. The supplementary provision,
smuggled into the sundry civil service ap?
propriation bill, while extending the power
JO appoint supervisors to all counties and
parishes wherein ten good citizens should
petition for the appointment, expressly
snacts "that nothing In this section shall be
"so construed as to authorize the appoint
.'ment of any marshals or deputy marsha's
"in addition to those heretofore authorized
"by law," and that "the supervisors herein
"provided for shall have no power or au?
thority to make arrests or to perform other
"duties. than to be in the immediate pres
"ence of the officers holding the election,
"and to witness all their proceedings, in?
cluding the counting of the votes and the
"making of a return thereof."
The Recalcitrant Seven.
The following card is printed in the Re?
publican of yesterday evening :
Bia-We, the undersigned, whose names ap?
pear upon a county legislative ticket, publish?
ed in THE DAILY HEWS of the 7th instant, beg
most respectfully, but firmly, to state that our
names were used by the parties originating
said ticket without our knowledge or consent,
no one having been authorized to nae our
names In any such connection whatever.
Having been nominated by the Republican
Convention that assembled at Hibernian Hall
on the 25th ult., we feel lt lo be our bounden
duty to support the tloaet nominated at that
convention, and that alone. We therefore
wholly disavow any sympathy with the move?
ment set on loot in THE NEWS ol yesterday,
and decline to suffer or permit our names
lo be placed on any ticket other than that put
rorth by the Convention of the 25th of Sep?
(Signed) O. R. LEVT,
B. A. B03EMON,
C J. ANDELL,
JAMES F. GREENE,
N. T. SPENCER,
B. B. ARTSON.
Charleston, B. C., October 7,1872.
THE NEWS did not ask any candidate
ipon the Hobson's Choice ticket to support
.hat ticket; nor did it expect that either
Bowenites or Mackeyites wonld look with fa?
vorable eye upon a proposition which may
consign all but their least objectionable
?oininees to a political death from which
.here is no resurrection. The Boitera1 Choice
s the best ticket that there is any chance of
ilecting, and it is pat forward as a sugges
ion and guide to the Conservatives-not to
>lease the Radicals. The Conservatives
viii vote for whom they please, whether the
even signers of the card like it or not THE
?EWS desires to see the seven elected next
Vednesday, together with the other candi
lases of Hobson's Choice, and if they then do
heir duty faithfully, as pnblic officers, THE
?EWS will rest content.
Fas cst nb Hoste.
Tbe Be&utort- Republican offered this ad
ice to the Beaufort Conservative meeting :
'If the meeting will select from the several
.county and State tickets such names as
'seem to them to be tbe best, and earnestly
.recommend such to the Democrats and
?Conservatives of the county, the effect may
'be to elect such, and thus prove to nomi
'nating conventions the value of careful se
'lection. This is what THE NEWS did in
laking np Hobson's Choice. Take note
Some Good New? at Last.
OFFICE 8. C. LUNATIC ASYLUM, J
CHARLESTON, October 7. j
Captain F. W. Dawson :
MT DEAR Sia-It may be well, in order to
appease the anxiety of the friends of the Asy?
lum, to. let them know through THE NEWS
that I bave luoceedecl in making arrange
ments whereby the Institution will be amply
supplied with provisions and all medical sup
plies for the balance of the year. No one
need now feel any anxiety. Our trouble is
over for ibis year at least.'
J. F. ENSOR, Superintendent, ko.
- TUE PEOPLE'S TICKET.
Mr. John w. Ficken Declines a Barren
No. 29 BROAD STBEET, October 3.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SEWS.
I perceive by this morning's lsssue of THE
NEWS that I am named on -'The People's
Ticket" as a c and ld ate for the position of State
Senator from Charleston County. I beg
leave, through the medium of your valued
j journal, most respectfully to decline the nomi?
nation, and to request that my name be with?
drawn lrom the ticket,
I have the honor to be, yours 4c,
JOHN F. PICKEN.
THE PEOPLE'S TICKET.
Mr. James Simons, Jr., Declines to be a j
10 THE EDIT0K OF THE NEWS.
Observing my name proposed for the Legis?
lature, upon the "People's Ticket," published
this morning, you will oblige me by stating
that I beg leave respectfully to decline belog
a candidate. .(J
Yours, very respectfully,
JAMES SruoNs, Jr.
AND y ET ONE MORE.
fdr. C. VV. Sclgnlous Declines to be a
CHARLESTON, October 7.
Noticing in your issue of yesterday my name
among the Representatives, I respect! u Hy de?
cline the nomination.
0, W. SEIGXIOUB.
William J. DeTrevllle.
It may not be known to all our unprofes?
sional citizens that there Is before them for I
their BuirrageB the name ot tbe gentleman
heading this communication. Mr. DeTrevlUe
bas been selected by the, bar of Orangebnrg [
as a most suitable person for the ornee ot
Solicitor ot the First Judicial Circuit, which [
ls composed of the Counties of Orangebnrg |
As this gentleman Is not a resident ol
Charleston, lt will not be amiss to say wbo he
I ls. He ls a native ol' Be autor t, lo thia State ; a
j graduate with distinguished honors of Prince?
ton College, New Jersey; a married man o?
I about forty years o? age; a lawyer of ability
practicing at Orangeburg Courthouse; a citi?
zen exemplary in all the relations of life.
Our people, therefore, of all parties have |
I now the opportunity of electing to this im?
portant office one who will shed lustre upon
the place he may fill by doing to all alike that j
bright Justice which stands high above fear,
favoritism or hope of reward. It ls a duty we I
owe to ourselves and the public to support
this gentleman, unless another name ls pre?
sented ?B ot eqnal or superior fitness.
TO RENT, STOREHOUSE AND DWEL?
LING, tn Town of Florence, S. c., Main
! street, opposite Freight Depot, formerly occupied
by A. W. Loyna. Andreas Sox, Florence 8. ti.
1 oe 18-8?_
FOB RENT, IN THE CENTRAL POR?
TION of Columbia, 8. G., a large and com?
modious Storeroom, 136 feet long by 24 feet wide,
suitable lor almost any kind or business. Posses?
sion can be bad at once. Reut $1000 per annum.
Apply to COLL M ANN BROS., No. 163 East Bay, or
0. Ul ERC KS, Columbia. 8, 0._octa-q j
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
and George. Also, Archer's Ll all. Also,
commodious rooms, from $2 to $6. ARCHER'S
BAZAAR, King street._octMnwfS*
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building, Na 140 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office of THE I
MK wa, aud lormerly known aa the French Coffee
House. For ternw, Ac, applv at the office of
TEE NKwa, No. IQ Broad street._tepM
TO RENT, THREE STORY BUILDING, ,
corner Unity alley and East Bay, comprising
Restaurant and Barroom, with all uecessary fix
tures, six square roomB and titohen. with collar I
capacity or three hand red barrels. For terms, an
ply io B. FOLEY, No. 105 Market street.
TO RENT, FOB THE YEAR 1873, THAT
very desirable Plantation, situ ?te in Christ
uauroh Pariah, eleven miles from Moont Pleas?
ant, called "Walnut Grove." containing Soo aerea
o? cleared Land, with good settlement. Will oe
Leased fur a term or years on easy terms. Ap
ply ut No. 41 Broad street._ooiiothra
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE
SlKABLE RESIDENCE Nu. 9 King street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two resoect
a.le families, haring all the necessary outbuild?
ings ror the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premisesoue of (he largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water in ibo city. Apply
I on 1 he premises. _ aepaS
CC op art neran, i JJ 0 ano ?Difaointions.
THR COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the name of THOMPSON ? CO.
1? this day dissolved by mutual consent. George I
J. Thompson will settle up the accounts of tue |
arm, ana continue the business In bia own name.
GEO. J. THOMPSON.
Charleston, 8. 0.. october 7,1871. om-mwfS
? na inti? (taro?.
BUILDER AND CONTRACIOR^^
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his mends and the public
S^.&?e&pawd to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and esitmatea furnished upon
appl leal ton. oepB
T. CHAPEAU A 00.
SEALIBS AND DI3TTLL?M OP
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN
OFFICE Na 178 EAST BAY,
CHARLES**T, & a
The highest prices paid for Crude
J^?08ES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX ?
Hides, suns, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinda of
Dealera in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
No. g BOTCB'S WHARF,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Local Salesman or the celebrated Wright A
warnock's Horse-Power for ginning. taaliy
adapted to tbe Old Ring Post, and ls a complete
geering, not affected by the weight in the gin
house. Invented by a Barnwell man. Gins,
wi in two males, 40 sr 45 saw gina, i6O0 to 2000
pounds lint per day. Price here $126. Also for
Wright's coitou Planter. Best ever invented.
Plants any given number of seed any given num?
ber of inches apart, one band, wita mme, opens,
plants and covers six acres per day. Price $26.
K:OF P.-PALMETTO LODGE, No. L
? Regular Semi-Monthly Cu m m on lc allon
To r> i o HT, at 7 o'clock, ar Pythian Hall, society
s it ear.
By order of the W. 0. J. H. KENDALL,
0C19 w. R. s.
TOBACCO DE AL Elli? PROTECTIVE
UNION.-The memters or thia Society, nod
such as desire to b come members, are respect'
rolly requested to meet a ; Llndstedt's Hall, cor?
ner King and calhoun streets, on WEDNISDAY
E VB SIN ii, the 9th Instant, at half-past 7 o'clock.
octa_President pro tem.
CUBANS I-ALL THE CUBAN BESI
DESTS in thia city, are most respeoirully
Invited to assemble on the loth lost., at 7 P. M.,
at No. 849 King street, ror avery patriotic object.
oct9-1?_The Coban Agent.
EBMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
\JT PANT.-Attend the Regnlar Monthly Meet*
lug or yonr company, ai the Hall, THIS (Wednes?
day) EVENING, at nalf-pait 7 o'clock.
By order. JOJ IN H. OSTENDORFF,
EEOATTA ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-A Meeting will be Held THIS
o AY, at 2 o'clock P. M., a. the Rooms or the. Cham
By order or the President.
oct9 ISAAC M. BRYAN, Secretary.
AGRICULTURAL iSOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-The Regular Quarterly Meet?
ing or the Society will bo held at the Rooms or
the Board or Trade on THURSDAY EVENING, Octo?
ber loth, at 8 o'clock.
r A. BARON HOLMES,
. Secretary ned Treasurer pro tem.
A Meeting or the Ezecntlve Committee. will be
held at above named ptaoe on WEDNESDAY-EVE?
NING, October etti, at 8 o'clock.
peta W. O.iVARDELL, ChalrmaH.
CHARLESTON LAND COMPANY.
The Regnlar Monthly Meeting ol the above
Company, poatponed on last Thorday evening on
Account of the Convention being held at the
Hall, will be held on TQ-MOBBUW EVENING
tue lotti lastaut, at 7 o'clock, at Military HalL A
mil attendance is requested as business ol much
lmportauce will be brought forward ror your con?
sideration. By order.
JAS. B. SPENCER,
cc to_Secretary and Treasurer 0. L. Co.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE
TENT Bookkeeper In a Factor's Otilce.
A id res Box 373, with references and salary.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS OBILD
NURSE by a young Protestant woman.
Would do ohamberwork or plain Hewing. No ob?
jection to leaving the city. Address Child-nurse,
st this office. _oct? !?
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPE
RIENOED Bookkeeper. Can give best city
aud New York reference. Address B., Poatofllce.
COOK AND WASHER WANTED. AP?
PLY, with recommendation, at No. 147 Cal
hoon street. ' . _ool9-l?
TT 7" AN TED, A GOOD GARDEN EB, AT
. Yt No. e Llmebonse street. Apply at 7
O'clock A. M. on the pnmlseg._oots-i?
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXP?
RIF.NOBD Salesman, in a Dry and Fancy
Gooda House. Beat oliy and New York re loren ce.
Addre-s B., Poa to in ce. oct? 1
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK AND
Washerwoman. Kefereoces ri quired.
Apply Immediately at northwest i omer or Can
non and King streets._oct9-2?
T7??ITY GOOD HANDS WANTED TO I
JD pick Sea Island Cotton. Cash prices pnt
np every day. Apply to 0. J. AN?ELL, John's
Island, or W. A. BOYLE, Factor, Adger's North
AFIRST-CLASS COTTER AND FIT- ?
TER, or Ladles' Dresses, wishes engage
tnenst in private ramilles by the day. Address, by
poer, Mad. LUZ 1ER._oct8-tnth&?
WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE HANDS |
accustomed to laying railroad Iron. Ap?
ply at the office or the Enterprise Railroad Com
pasy, No. 54 Broad street._oct8-S
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE MONEY.
French Corsets, 76cents; Bustles, eo cents;
Chignons, 60 cents; Hoop skirts, so cen ts; Hosiery,
from $1 to $2. AhUHKR'S BAZAAR.
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'?"
ror their Form ture and save 20 per cent.
We went there snd wita surpi laed to see su much
Furniture ac such low prices. His stock c vers a j
space of about twenty thonsaud square reel.
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED A T
WM. MATTHIENSEN'S Tailoring Hoosa, cor?
ner or King and Wentworth streets, six first-class j
Pantaloon Hands, NO other need apply. Con
aiant work guaranteed._oct4
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIH1TSOF THE WORLD. TBR TREAS
UnE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
UF THE YEAR. Agenta report Bales or26 to 100
copies In a raw hours or days. Prospectas free
Add reu J. W. GOODS PE EU, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, SR. Louis, New Orleans.
Stables, queen street, a lot or extra-One
Hones and Mmes. P. WEST._octo-i*
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mulet, will lind lt to their advan?
tage to call at HOG AN A CM.'s stables, No. tic
Kmg street, before purchasing elsewhere.
octa wfmio PAC?_
TO FACTORS AND RICE PLANTERS.
Just finished and ror sale, a CANAL FLAT,
thirty by ten feet, constructed or thoroughly-sea?
soned lumber, and lined with dressed tongue and
groove flooring. Th s Flat was built especially
for rice-field purposes, alihougn not to order, and
Hes at the wharf or J. u. A H. 0. MARTIN, Wood
Factors, west end or Bull street, sad will be sold
by them for tm._oct9-l?
JOST ARRIVED, TEN LARGE DRAY
MULE?; also, lot floe saddle and Harness
HORSES, at K. OAKIIAN'S Stables, No. 86 Church
street._ Oct8 4*
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OT. KN, son or the late Henry
oijon, ror Seventy-Ate Dol?ais. Wui be sold at a
dlacount at MENKE ft MULLER'S._aug27
FOR SALE, A FINE SADDLE AND
Buggy MARE, t6)i bands, 6 years old, per
i ec ly trenne, and Warranted sound. Inquire or
Lieut, c. M. CALLABAN, Sd Artillery, at tue Cita?
FOR SALE, FOUR HUNDRED BUSH?
ELS or Pope's One COTTON SEED, raised
un my James Isiane Plantation. The said Gor?
ton has been manun d to every acre, fifteen bush?
els or Cotton Seed, two hundred poonda bone
d oat,forty cart loans of salt mud, and one hundred
poundB or Etiwan Guano, which has greatly im?
proved the Cotton li its value. Parties wishing
to purchase the same will address Captain Q. r'.
HABENlOHT, No. ;l South Bay. Pr.ce $3 per
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, five ml>es from Graham's
Turnout, on the South carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed ror sale. It cont Una seven hundred and fifty
acres, two hundred iud Arty acres or which are
goud elsy Cotton Laad. There are also upon tue
premises a fine DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together wita houses ror the accommoda
tlon or twenty laborers, Oin House, Screw, Barns,
stables, Ac, all m good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abondance or flue cool
water. For terms, opp]/ to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston. S. c., or to Dr. W. H. HAGOOD,
PLANTATION FOB SALE - (???AT
BARGAIN-PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
Toe subscriber, being about to leave tne State,
offers for sale that valuable PLANTATION, called
the "Yeoman's Tract," situated In Barnwell Coun?
ty, near Jackson's Branch, waters of Lower
Three Runs, containing 919 acres.
The line or the Port Royal Railroad ls In close
proximity to lt, and the splendid circular Btw
MU? or Dr. J. c. Miner not more than a mlle from
the rlchly-tlmbered. portion or the estate.
There are about 200 acres cleared, producing
splendid crops or cotton and corn.
Last year 4 comfortable frame houses were
erected by the proprietor on the outer edge or the
body or timber, and the locality ls remarkably
The timbered portion (719 acres) presents as
fine a body ot virgin forest as the eye can meet
with m this Slate, varying from the smallest sized
cap timber to the large st ranging size.
To railroad contractors, lumbermen and tur
pentlne distillers, no finer opportunity has ever
been presented or realizing a tort une, as they
have the option or shipping to Savannah or Port
Royal, either by water or raiL
For runtier particulars, apply to the subscriber,
or to H. M. THOMPSON, Esq.. Attorney at Law,
Winlaton, So. Ca.. In whose hands are the titles.
Winlaton, So. Ca., August ist, 1872.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-The above Lands will be
sold by Public Auction, without rall, on Sales-Day
in November, oem g MONDAY, the 4th day or t
November next, at blackville Courthouse, in said c
state and County, in Lots ol loo acres and np- t
wards, to suit purchasers. c.
Terms or Sale-One-half cash; balance on
twelve months' credit, with Interest at twelve
per cent., and mortgage to secure purchase h
money. B. N. MILLEE, n
nee merit s.
gECOND ?NN?AL";GRAND BALL
V? . - V. - .".<" TH*
WAGENEB ARTILLERY CLUB,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23d, 1871,
Lieut: F. W. PIEPER, Liant H. R. WIIOEINO,
Serg'c J. J. WAOXNBB, Serges it J. H. K?HR*:
Corporal J. H.STELLINQ, Corporal OBO. STEIBES,.
Corporal H. STEIN KAMP, Am?rer J. AHBENS,
Treaa'r F. W. JESSEN, Sec'y J. p. LILIBNTHAL,
Private M. TBIBST, private o. BIIL.
Q. R A N D BALL
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY,
IN FRE?NDSOHAFTBUSD HALL,
OM TerasD A Y, OCTOBER IO, 1872,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN CHURCH.
Tlclceta $i,tobe bad from tue following Oom
Captain D. WEBNBB, Mr. F. VON SANTEN,
Captain J. SKALL, Mr. J. P. MERXHARDT,
Captain H. WAGERER. Mr. H. ROHDB,
Mr. J. 0. H. OLAUSSEN, Mr. W. SBMESN. .
Mr. D. A. A MU a, , Mr. j. REILS,
Mr. G. LOQBMANN, Mr. G. LlNDBTEDT,
Mr. F. J. LlLIENTHAL, Mr. J. HEESEKANN.
JUNT9B COMMITTEE. "
L. MULLER, 0. 0. PLENOS, ' '
W. KNOBELOCH, Jr., W.STKNDER,
H. SOSiCHTE, X. A. iitin, '
J. VON OVEN, H. u. BOESOH,
A. F. 0. CRAMER, E. BRINDES. -
oct3-7 F. MELGHERS, Chairman.
JJ M. WATERS & CO.,
(LATE WATERS, PIXBCB A 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
Na 66 BROAD STREET, NSW YORK,
Bay and Sell Contraots for Future Delivery of |
Oo t ton, a tri ct ty for a commission, so that no In?
terest ol' onrown can possibly conflict with that |
of our patrons.
Refer,'by permission, to Union' National Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. octo-imo ;
Purcbased by JAMES H. WILSON,
0012-wfme No. 6 Broad Street.
Q HECKS ON NEW YORK,
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
For sale, in sums to suit; by
1 s JAMBS H. WILSON,
oct2-wfme 2._Na 6 Broad Street.
pi;B E . .1 NSUBANOE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PI?OJNIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
07 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased tnclrINSUR?
ANCE faculties by tho Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHON1X. of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property ow uei s Policies in the above named
Companies at aa low Tates aa any other drat class
Companies. E, SKBRIKG A CO.,
aep6-8mos_No. 14 Broad street.
the Piano, Organ and vocal MuafoT For
terms Inquire at the Music Stores or at his rr sl
dence, No. 40 Radcliffe street. . ooi9-wsm4?
OFFICE OF0ITY BOARD OF SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS, CHARLESTON. S.C., 00
TO BER 1. 1872.-Tne Exercises ,of the Public
Sch ola of this City Trtll be resumed on MOND?T,
7ih I munt. Application? for the admission of
children may be made at the leapectlve behool
Houses ou and after MONDAY, tne i4th instant.
By order of the Board.
* E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
oct2.io . . > sopermtendent.
ST PETER'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CHILDREN will resume Us
Exercises on TUESDAY, October the 1st Apply to
Kev. A. M. FOL0H1. PrlncipaL_oot2-lmo
"IVTRS. HOPSON PINOKNEY'S BOARD
lu. INO and Day school for Young Ladles, at Na ;
68 Basel street. Offers facilities for Instruction In
tne usual branches of English Education; also in
the Modern Language*, Drawing. Painting, Vocal
and Instrumental Music. ExeiclBes will be re?
sumed october L sepn-imo
EDIO AL COLLEGE
STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA.
The Annual Course of Lectures in the Medical
College of the State cf south carolina will com?
mence on the 16th day of October, 1872.
For any farther informa; ion, application must
be made to the Dean.
GEO. E. TRESOOT, M. D.,
oct4-fmw4_Dean of the Faculty.
Q??ARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
Na 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL ME*SION will begin the j
flrsr, MONDAY tn october, and end the second
FRIDAY In Jnly, the term being shortened two i
weess to induce pupils to remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex?
amination win be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Kegn
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks will ]
be charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulars containing paniculars,
apply as above. Mus E. A. KELLY,
Joint Stock (Eora pan ri.
0~1;FIC1LAL RAFFLE NUMB BBS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT S TOOK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS NO. 189-TUK8DAY MOBNINO. Oct. 8.
C-53- 1-68-43-76-11-27- 9-67-33-65
CLASS NO 190-TUEDBAY EVKNING, OOt 8.
59-67-67-41-21- 6-29- 7- 8-64-65-76
oci9 A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
PERSONS DESIRING BOABD IN THE
western part of the city can obtain lt by
applying at No. 16 Rutledge street, near Want
worin, on the line of the city Railroad.
GOOD BOABD, WITH PLEASANT
Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Day Boarders accommodated at
short notice. sepis
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
in Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
apr5-lyr No. 209 King street.
f TALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
V MEAT JUICE.
Just received, a large supply of the above. Each
?ottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex
iloslve or fat; can be used with cold or wann
rater; also can be taken with Godliver Oil, and
lestroys the taste of the OIL
Tne only food for delicate children.
This is much superior to the "Extractor Beef,"
iere:ofo-e offered to the public, as wUl be ronni
ipon trial. For sale by Dr. H. EAErt,
jun.7 Na 181 Meeting street.
?rofmm ?jflttoro, Ut,
: ?coo JmsheH^rwW ? ix ed CORN ?J
20 oo b u a ri e ls Prime Wn 1te Milling Oom "T
2900 bushels Feeding OATS.
For sale'br HERMANN BULWINKLE,
_ ociosa_. Kcrr's-Whart.
J>IG HAMS..SH0Ui?DER9 AND STRIPS,
(smoked Beef. Smoked and Pickled Tongues. Fol
- MAI ?T2N A MOOD.
127 and 129 Meeting street,
octo wi2 . BontowoiteoraMnttrter.\
I? IVEHPOOL SALT AFLOAT. '-"
i .r?xtj -rrrrraiiiii
2000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, In line order,
just received per ship Nautilus, and for sale In lota
Q0t9 . ,, Ccjji ggjgggggg.
?JOAL LANDING. -
'480 tots Snpenor B. A. orate and ' Store COAL,
lauding this dir and for sale Uaw. from vessel
by JULIUS A. BLAKE,
oct9-2 _- -^Boyee^WnArf.
QLEAB BIB SIDES, SHOULDERS,' Ac.
32 hbds. Choce Western Clear Bib SIDES ABD
SHOULDERS * .' '
13 hhda. Choice, .Western Wlnter-Cnred D" a.
Clear Rib Sides - .
26 cases choice Long Clear D. S. Sides . i?T
10 hbds. Second Quality Shoulders
20 hbds. and tte ress h m oked Mesa Pott:
10 boxes Choice R. c. D. s. BelUea
10 boxes Choice Ne w ? ort Sugar-eared Stripe
Euat V>* Shoulders , ._. .
69 mba pore Leaf Lard . 1 J- ..'
l,oo bbls. Bee Hive Syrup. , 7-:
.^?.j:.! LA UR EY, ALEXANDER A CO-, ".
octVmw2_ No. I? East Bay.
ttlOBAbCO AND C?G?? '.
"X>? %? 7 'S.;,?': Tl'. .-. :.ftl- ,"'l7-' -.?;
MANUFACTURER'S AGE ENU Y, jfaqpi9
r- ? . -K,- .
G. PO LL IN <5; 8 0N'3t??r^
. No. 173 EAST BAT STREBT, S fr
^^T6. now lu '8tore. *?d constantly r?ceWic*
TWUT, Pancake, Flg^PocMijriio^ BejJaV*?.^
AND, " ,
, SMOKING TOBACCO. "Itam'^oa?eifB^'Mfr
torlea of Thomas A Piikintoo, or BJcnmood, Ya.;
? p,_?awif.lnB * Co'a. Roanoke Tobacco Works:
Danville, Va.; W. Moke, of Durham, JL c., and
others, MHHu or tbe well kn?wn and choice
brands, GoldenSceptre, Frulu and Flowers, Fra?
grant Fames, Durham, Good, Better, Best, Marr.
BM ffB^.-?V 9Qeen, Red Hot, Orinoko, You'll
Like lt, Alot lt Moe. Occoaeecbee, Golden .Star,
Ac, Ac, in every variety and style or packagse.
A roll and complete ima of HAVANA AND
DOMESTIC CIGARS, which we win warrant aster
resented. ... - .. - ..-nrr-.f ^?r.-? ./'"
FINE OUT TOBACCO, of lead ID g brands.
- - PIPES,?ad 'r.T.a-xi ........
All or which wo offer t^the'tra?^^'rioSry =
prices, being sold strictly on niauufactiirer'? ac?
count. . ' ~ .
LEAF TOBACCO. .Mr?cm?tj
Havana, Coan ectlout, Pennsylvania, Ohio And "
Eentucky LpAF TOBACCO. -. T
A consignment of the above just received and
will be sold low. , G. FOLLIN k SON'S.. "
_T ' ' robaccc Agincjrr--'
oct7-mw2 . . - ?.-178 j?s^BjigT
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANOS :ss??l
loo tons No. 1 Peruvian, entacha aarr Gaanape
GUANO. For sale by
oct8 ? ??? ' B^^Wharf.
100 bales Heavy BORNEO BAGO INO. For sale "
by HERMANN B?LWINKLE,
'JpOOD FOB THE MILLION. ..i
j THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF TEENAGE, '
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS, i
. YOUNG SI AD. .
The Cheapest and best Food in existen cc 'In
I whole, halves and quarter boxea, fj?
PAUL & L ALANE 4 C9.t
No. 176 East Bay, Charles too, S. c., Sole Agent?.
Liberal discount to the trade. - eepio-smos ?
rad slocv _
I LS O N'S GROCERY.
WILSON'S QBOOSEY ls now offering tte moat,
j carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found"
in this city. s
The/have been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, ead their purity endorsed by
tne most eminent pbysldans of Charleston.
Parties desiring a pure ar t lc le ' can always rely
I on Liquors 'sold from tale establishment and
recommended. ? -
A full supply of low grade* on hand.
WILSONS' GROCERY, .. .
Wo. WEJng street.
MW Address Box No. 388?
A L I B U T F 1 N- B .
I TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' G KOOERY, .
No. MI King Street
CANNED PEACHES I OA NNE D
180 dosen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.' ;
For sale low at WILSONS' OBOOERT,
Na soe King street .
<yAU Goods dellvered?res. ? , .
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNED TO?
700 dozen 2-lb Canned TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSONS'GROCERY.
No. sos King street.
MW All Gooda delivered free. .
IgYRUPl SYRUP ! SIBUP!
GOLDEN SYRUP, 66 cents a gsJlon. 30 .
No. sos King street,
a- All Goods delivered free. - ' ? ? ?
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS. ..? t
Warranted to suit the palates and^pwkets
or the nnlllon. WILSONS' GROCERY.
No. 30? King street, i
iSa-AH Goods delivered free. . ,U
TVTEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
II SPICED SALMON. ' ' :K ?!. . .
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL ' ,:
Mess Mackerel ? T
New Herrings. -_?tmm?-, ;.
For sale low at WTLSONS' GBOOEET, ...
No. soe King street
AT*All Goods delivered free. ? ?. ? g .
XTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
J> TONGUES. NEW HAMS, (SMALL: 8IZB.)
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Piar Pork
smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
Ne. 8W King street.
MW AU doods delivered free.
JOHN 8. D U WHAM'S
Por purity and strength, ls unequalled. AU house?
keepers who use lt once will have noothar. 'Ask
roar Grocer for lt and tale no other. Wnoieaaja
>Y ' OTTOV P.' ff EITERS.
j uly 29-mwf-8mo