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FRIDAY, OCTOBER ll, 1878.
SEWS Or TBS BAT.
? -A reoent dispatch from Melbourne to Lo J.
don says the Overland Telegraph Line of Aus?
tralia has been completed.
-The operation of "weighing the' five hun
dxed million francs, recently sent by the
French Government to Germany, lasted three
days. . io
--Ittoxeporjedthat William Butler Duncan
refuses to I on. for the mayoralty of New York,
abd that Abraham B. lawrence will probably
be nominated by Tammany..
_.Ttle latest report? from England and Ire
land gtye comparatively favorable accounts of
the potato crop; and much exaggeration oh
?be, reported 'failure appears to have boen
made.., ^j, ? , H?. ?
-Governor Smith bas Issued an official
order Battling the Alabama and Chattanooga
BalIroad affair by making William J. Haralson
and Lo ula ' Bice receivers, tenants at will
t)f ibe State of Georgia.
-Amongstotber military works determined
apon by the French minister of war, lathe
fortification or Sol?sons upon a large scale.
?Big thQ last war Boissons was not prepared
to offer anyserious resistance, and so capitu?
lait wltawt walting to stand a siege.
-Of Bishop Gibbons the Wilmington Jour?
nal says : **ThlA eminent divine left bare last
. nlghL lor-Rion, mo ad, to assume ch arg? of that
de^-The members of the church 'in this
place, to whc arhe has no t' o n ly proven a fal th -
lotTposilel' but'a?'earnest and devoted friend
a^ ?e?^te? J?th n\ui^?tb the most sincere
regret.* As an earae* t of the es te em and al -
facUon^th^whtoh he waa. regarded, lt .was
determined, to present bira with a memento of
bia congregation here, and to Ibis end he was
tendered, a hand some silver pitcher, - salver
and-"geblets, and a blaok marble clock and
pair'or mantel ornaments."
-The trial ol Charles J. Proctor and Frank
Denman; b? lae charge of being thu leaders
or th? gang that aitempt?cl to break open the
Jersey City Flret National Bank, last June,
and take ?way with them $1,500,000, recalls
tba details of that- almost, successful transac?
tion. The. story bas been told of their hiring
roams adjoining the bank; their mysterious
midnight, operaliona, which excited the sus?
picions of the lady wbo rented the rooms, and
the plans which f.hev assisted by a juvenile de?
tective, successfully laid for their capture.
-"Ghe lady's name is Miss Jane Beamer, a portly
and genial single woman, generally known as
Aunty Jane, her business being: that of a
boarding-house keeper. For her timely watch
fulneaa she wa? rewarded with one thousand
dollars by tho officers of the bank, and she
oCCTiileil-ttxonspleuons placo at the trial. The
wou?l-be cracksmen, including one Foley,
who'confessed a few days previously, are all
burglars of the white hand and kid glove or?
der, and were as well dressed when appearing
for trial aV any who participated or acted as
spectators. The.trlaldld not last long alter a
Jory was impanelled before convicting the
prisoners, their guilt being already eatab
-The cai . ct Mr. Samuel G. Brown, now
confined aa a Ku-Klux prisoner at Albany, has
been frequently alluded to already. Additional
facts are now at hand which show that the
case to Billi more cruel and revolting than was
affiTBt represented. If appears that shortly
after the arrest and sentence of Brown, Rev.
David Wills, President of Oglethorpe Unlver
\ heard of the affair;; and Investigated lt.
>mg!satisfied himself that the prisoner was
an honest, upright, patriotic, and law-abiding
man,, and that the sentence was arbitrarily
Imposed alter a mock trial, by Judge Bond,
the reverend gentleman related the facts to
Mrs. Maria Jordan Westmoreland, an estimable
lady of Atlanta, and begged her to intercede
In Brown's behalf, She accordingly wrote to
Mrs. Governor Hoffman, et New York, and
also to a clergy mau at Albany; and both these
parties at once lent all their lnftunece In the
direction desired. The remainder of the story
to weil known. Notwithstanding the inter?
cession and testimony of these clergymen and
Christian women, and la disregard even ol th?
recommendation, of Colonel Whiteley and
Gerrit Smith, tbe President obstinately rei used
to release Mr. Brown, and continues to confine
lr>a penitentiary, contrary to all law, human?
ity and common sense, an aged, infirm and
innocent cltizon of the United States. This Is
What General Grant calls ''political necessity."
-The suicidal mania claims for its own
three young men who recklessly sent them?
selves oat of lae world at about the eame
time, without any sufficient motive for so
doi ng, j Peter a lo mme, a young Belgian, ar?
rived something over a week ago In New York
City, and took quarters at the New York
Hotel, nhere ie remained a coupled days.
-la lao evening of the third or fourth day, he
was seen togs down the street throwing at
Intervals handfuls ofSgold coln about him,
and, as il not able to scatter his treasure pro?
fusely enough, he was about to hurl his rich
and expensive gold watch lalo the gutter
when a policeman arrested him. He was
taken'to the station, and, being there de?
cided insane, was convoyed at last to st.
Vincent Hospital. His firearms, with which
he was well supplied, were all taken from
"aim, aa was supposed, but he managed to
secrete a pistol, with which he took his life.
Papers .about him abowed that lie had been an
officer lo the Belgian service, but resigned on
account of unrequited love and met his sad
fate In this country. Mr Levison, a wealthy
Hebrew merchant, formerly of San Francisco,
took a fatal dose of prussic acid at Stanwix
Hallf. Albany, on account of the loss of some
valuable diamonds, and Isaac Cor key, garden?
er to Jobo Stephenson, the famous streetcar
builder, at New Rochelle, while In a flt of de?
lirium, wandered away into a thicket and cut
bto head neatly off with a pruning hook, all
of which makes a Bad and sickening aggre
-? scientific experiment was made by med?
ical students upon the body of John Barclay,
who waa hung last Friday, near Columbus,
Ohio, which so nearly produced genuine vi tall
ty again as to act as a warning to the auihorl
iles to interdict such treatment ol corpses ll
it ls deemed advisable that the extreme pen?
alty of law should remain executed. The vic?
tim gave his consent, before being taken to
the scaffold, to have bis remains used for the
benefit of medical science, and they were re?
moved f rom the coffin to the operating table.
The pupils ot the eyes were found to be di?
lated, and the face discolored. The body was
stripped of its clothing, and thirty-seven min?
utes after death the students began opera?
tions. The electrical instruments used was
one of the most powerful known, consisting
of six cups of Bunsen's battery attached to
Bitch's Induction coll ot the largest size. It
was operated by Professor Mendenhall, an
eminent electrician, wblls Professor Wormly
and Professors Holdcvman and Denlg con?
ducted the experiment. Two currents of elec?
tricity were used-one placed at the lower
extremity of the body, and the other drawn
along the arm, neck, face and breast. The
effect was wonderful; the eyes opened, the
face drew up as if lu pain, the mouth jerked
te one side, the arm raised as lt to strike, and
the flat clenobed. The limbs also raised, and
the toes and fingers worked, and once the
body almost turned to one side. The armB
were next laid bare and a current of electrici?
ty introduced. The whole system seemed to
respond, S?d the movements ot the body were
at times violent. The action of the galvanic
current continued to be applied to different
parts of the body, which responded as before,
and only when five hours and thirty-five min?
utes bad elapsed after bis death did the treat?
ment fall to have any visible effect.
The Time Draws Nigh I
On Wednesday next the State election
will be held. There are two sets of candi?
dates in the field-the Regular Radical State
ticket being led by Speaker F. J. Moses, Jr.,
and the Bolting Radica! State ticket by Mr
Renben Tomlicsoo. For neither candidate
for Governor can the Conservatives safely
vote. Either choice may bring upon the
people a new iliad of woes; it is best to wash
our bands of the whole bad business. But
it is of the first importance that the Conser?
vatives go promptly to the polls. There are
members of the Legislature and County
officers to bo elected, and, here and there,
the white vote will tarn the Beale in favor of
.he most eligible local ticket. Not a. vote
mould anywhere be lost; every Conservative
vote should be used to the best advantage.
Let thc polls be watched. Let the bollot
joxes 'be watched. Wherever the Conser?
vatives are defeated it mast be by a
ree vote and a fair count. From the
tautly District should come the glad news
jlfthe election to Congress of Governor B.
F. Perry; bat this cannot be accomplished
iv i Lhout energetic work. The Cons ti tu lio n ul
amendments are also before the people.
They are supported by both Regulars and
Bolters. Let them receive the vote of every
Conservative citizen of the State.
A few days will tell what manner of
government may be expected in the coming
wo years. This will mal s'y depend apoo
he character of the members of the Legis
atare and of the county officers. Let the
""onservatlve voters spare no pains
x> elect what aver candidates give promise
>f improvement. Thirty staunch members
of the House of Representatives can stave off
many a public tronble, whoever may occupy
the gubernatorial chair.
A Plain Talk.
The article of the Courier in reply to THE
NEWS is no answer at all ; unless reiteration
be argument, and a Georgia newspaper,
flushed with victory, be accepted os infalli?
ble authority in the politic, a affairs of this
county. That the (burier may not have
any reason to complain, its article is re?
printed in fuD. And, in reading it the public
should bear in mind that it is the best refu?
ta lion tho Co ur ?er can ll Dd of the proposi?
tions enunciated ia THE NEWS of Wednes?
day, which where: 1. That a Conservative
vote as large as that which was polled for1
the Reform candidates for the Legis lat nra in.
1870 would not elect a Conservative ticket,
even if the Radical factions divided the
Radical vote equally between them. 2.
That without Time, Money and Organiza?
tion, which they do not possess and cannot
command, a Conservative vote equal to the
Reform vote of 1870 cannot be obtained. 3.
That the defeat of the straight Bowen and
Mackey tickets and tho election of Hobson's
Choice, which is composed of the beet or
least objectionable candidates on the two
Radical tickets, is ? substantial and practi?
cal reform, Inasmuch ns lt gives the Con?
servatives of this county worthier county
and legislative officers thau they have had
in roer years.
The (M?rier takes thegrouDd that lt is a
fallacy to say that "a Conservative ticket,
.'however composed and nominated, would
"be defeated," and it tries to bolster up this
bald assertion by showing that in 1870 the
Conservatives would have had a majori?
ty of 183, if as many Radicals had voted for
Bowen as Cor DeLorge. The first error of the
Courier lies ia accepting the vote for Gov?
ernor as the test of tbe Conservative
strength. For obvious reasons, it is in?
correct bo take a gubernatorial vote as a
standard by which to estimate a vote for
county officers. THE NEWS was discussing
the election of members of the Legislature
and county officers, and, to make the com?
parison exact, it took, as a basis, tbe aver?
age vote of the six candidates for tbe Legis?
lature, on each; of the three tickets, who re?
ceived the largest number of votes, which
average shows that the Conservative vote
was 6741, which ie less than' one half of the
Radical vote, which was 14,509. But THE
NEWS can afford: to ^ive up this advantage;
its position ie still impregnable. Is then
any thoughtful man in Charleston who be?
lieves that the Conservatives, can, four ot
five days before the election, put out t
ticket wbfeb will coma.and as general t
support as was given to the Reform ticke:
of 1870? The circomstxucea are wholly dif
feront. Then, the Conservatives were united
now they are divided. Then, the Conserva
tlves were thoroughly organized ; now the;
have no organization. Than, the Conserva
Uves had a large election lund; DOW the;
have no money, and are not likely to get
any. Then, the ticket was nominated in
fall county convention, commanding the
acquiescence of the people; now tue Con?
servative ticket would be thrust down the
public throat at a cut-and-dried mass meet-''
ing, or else be cooked up io a convenient
corner. These bard facts make it impossi?
ble to secure now a vote equal to that of
1870. And ir that vote could, by a miracle,
be obtained, the Conservative ticket would
not be Buccesaful; unless the Radical vote
of 13,000 or 14,000 were so exactly divided
that neither Bowen nor Mackey received a
bare three hundred votes more than the
other. The single statement of this broad
truth punctures the bubble which the
Courier has blown.
Nor does the courier appear to better
advantage wben it asks whether tbe im?
possibility of electing a Conservative ticket
"is any reason why we should support those
"who, by their. nominations, give no
assurance of entire reform or good govern?
ment ?" No one proposes to support those,
if the those ol the Courier means either Radi?
cal faction ! What is advocated is that the
Conservatives support an entirely different
those, namely : those candidates on the two
Radical tickets who have moat to recom?
mend them, and least against them. THE
NEWS knows that Hobson's Choice is a
(tetter ticket than the Radicals have ever:
given the people, anda better ticket than:
can be secured in any other way. The
Courier does not deny this; although it
hints that "the incompetency, it not
"worse," of "the ticket is confessed * *
"io its designation of a Hobson's Choice."
It is plain that the Courier has a very vague
idea of the origin and meaning of the say?
ing, and for its peculiar benefit, the ex?
planation given in the Spectator is ponred
into its unwilling ear :
"Tobias Hobson was the Drat man in Bog-:
land that let out hackney horses. When a
man came for a horse he was led Into the
stable, where there was a great choice ; but he
obliged him to take the horse which stood
next to the stable door ; so that every cus?
tomer was alike well served, according to his
chance, from whence lt became a proverb?
when what ought to oe your election was
forced upon you, to say 'HOBSON'S CHOIOB.' "
The Courier will perceive that Hobson's
Choice is not, of necessity, a bad choice;
but, good or bad, it is That or None. To'
give its words any weight the Courier mas1
prove that Hobson's Choice is not an ira"
provement upon previous tickets, and that a
Conservative ticket eau be elected. Can it
The closing sentences of the Courier,
are devoted to the announcement that
"principles are worth more than men," and
that "principle and interest both de
"mund that a single course should
"be panned." THE NEWS does not pro?
pose to take a double course, and lt will
go as far as the Courier in mai main ing any
fundamental political troth. But no politi?
cal principle is involved in voting for Re?
publican candidates in Charleston County,
any. more than there is ia voting for Horace
Greeley. It may be said that Mr. Greeley
is more able and pnre than the candidates
upon the Hobson's Choice ticket. If this be
so, lt is a question of men, not of principle.
Tbo principle is decided when Democrats'
and Conservatives, as they did la Ballimore,
determine to support a Republican; the
character and standing of that particular
Republican is a wholly different matter
What the Courier calls "principle," and
which ls not principle, will not bring this
people ont of the slough. It will fasten
Radical rule upon the county; it will de?
stroy every chance of placing the govern?
ment, by degrees, in clean and knowing
hana& For those who have fortunes, or
those who are lucky enough to grow
fat opon the fees of impeached Radicals
or struggling Conservatives, this man
manner of talking will do very well. But it
is ruin to the merchant, to the tradesman,
to the mechanic, whose dally bread depends
upon that commercial prosperity which
Charleston cannot retain unless the character
of her rolers and ber local representation be
sorely, if slowly, improved. The election of
Hobson's Choice ls the Ont step-the enter?
ing wedge. It is so recognized by the
thoughtful and the wise. From the rhetoric
of the Courier this paper appeals to the bard
sense of the people, and it does not fear the
The Liberal Defeat.
The stunning defeat of the Liberals in.
Fennsyvanka nod Ohio ls a blow from which
they cannot recover. An effort will be
made to explain away the Radical majori?
ties, but the people are profoundly disap?
pointed, and it will be extremely difficult to
keep them at the sticking point. There is
more, and worse, behind. The result of tbe
elections held ou Tuesday confirms the Idea,
already freely expressed, that the power of
the administration, used unscrupulously, is
so great that it is impossible to defeat any
President who may be bent on a re-election.
From a second and third re-election to a
consulate or empire, the downward path Is
plain 1 _
Tue Reason Why I
A valued correspondent writes to say that
W. G. Pinckney, the Santee orator, one of
the candidates of Hobson's Choice, is as
thoroughly objectionable to the Conserva?
tives as the notorious Aaron Logan. Pinck?
ney, whatever he has been, is now a bold
preacher of the doctrine that the colored
people of South Carolina have been bam?
boozled long enough, and should now turn
to their old friends, the white South Caroli?
nians, for counsel and aid. This r?pudia?
tion of the crew of political adventurers
was sufficient, in the opinion of this paper,
to justify his Beieollon. Nor can THE NEWS
alford to swap horses while crossing the
stream. _ _
Pauline Lucca's rendering of the part ol
Marguerita, In Gounod's opera of Faust, difiere
materially from that of other , prima donna?
with whom American audiences are familiar,
One of the New York musical writers wril.ee
that lt ia "not the gentle and pensive blonde
whom Ary Sch tiler painted, and whom Gou?
nod perhaps bad chiefly In his mind when he
wrote the beautiful love music or this act; il
ls much like the actual Gretchen of Goethe, s
simple, rosy, hearty girl, not very wise, nol
very romantic, not given to reveries; whe
prattles with her lover about common house
hold topics, and uses bad grammar, and li
pleased with trifles; who 1B vain as a child, bu
loves with the warm heart of a woman."
LA CANDEUR LOEE, No. 3S, A. P. M.
The Re?ular Comm nica?on or La candeur
Iiodtfe, No. 36, A. P. M., wi be held THIS EVSNINO,
I at 7 o'clock, at Holmes'siyceura.
Bv order W. M. IBO. A. WAGENER,
WASHINGTON SEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Tonare hereby sommoued
I to appear al the BnglceBoasc, la foll uniform,
TO-MOBBOW, ( Saturday) at l P. M., for Eacort
By order. 0. H. SCHWING,
fl^TNA STEAM ERE ENGINE COM- j
/Pi PANY.-You areiereby Bummoned to ap?
pear at yoor Engine- none, lo lull uniform, on
TO-MORBOW, at W M, to participate In Freman'8
Parade Bonorary and contributing Members
ate cordially invited. _ ",""",","
By order. . H. CABNIOSAN,
W~'ANTEJ5 ?SMID?IT^LY? ?WO
t)rat-class Pantaoon Makers. Address
OHAKLKSQASSMAN, savannah, oa. octa 2?
WANTED TO REIT, BOUSE WITH 5
Rooms and Pkzzx Apply at No. 6
[ Central Wharf. _octil-fmw^?
WANTED, A GOD GARDENER TO |
live on premise Apply at No. 6 Llme
honae street, at 7 o'cioclr A. M._octll-l*
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
Gook aod Wash fer atman family. Ap
ply at No. 2 Ltmehonse greet._octll-1*
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
Woman aa Nurse; good recommendations
required. Apply at northeast corner or Tradd
and Orange streets. . _ octll
WANTED, A COOK, WASHER AND
Ironer; one WJO understands milking.
I Good waites promptly palo. Apply at No. 142
Wentworth street, weatof Lynch._octll-2
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
WO HAN to mini a oblld and assist with
; housework. Apply at So. 6 Meeting street.
PRIVATE BOARDING. 7-G O OD PRI
P ATE Board caa bs obtained for Permanent,
Transient and Day Boarders, 00 application at
No. 20 Meeting street. _octll-tmwimo*
WANTED, A FIBST-CLASS COLORED I
Bouse Servant who can read and write. [
Apply at No 27 Broad street. _octlo-2
"ITT"ANTED, A BESPECTABLE AND
. YV experienced child's Nuree (white or color?
ed) at Mr. HART'S, Montague, near Smith street.
I Recommendations required._ocilO-2?
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND
do housework. Apply at the north corner !
ol Amherst and Bay streets, Hampstead.
WANTFD TO SIRE, A COLORED I
woman as coot and waaber. References
required. Apply in kutledge street, 4th door
above Queen. octio
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
Servant; references required, apply at
No 23 Broad street._octl0-2?
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COUPE.
TRNT Bookkeeper lu a Factor's Office.
I Addres Box 373, with references and salary. ?
WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE HANDS
accustomed to laying railroad Iron. Ap
ply at the office of the Enterpr.se Railroad Com
I pany. No. 64 Broad street._oct8-6
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE MONEY.
French Corsets, 76 cents; Bustles, 60 cents;
Chignons, 60 cents; Hoop Skirts. 60 cents; Hosiery,
from $1 to St ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furniture and save 20 per cent.
We went there and wassurpilsed to see so much
Furniture at such low prices. Ula stock 0 vers a
space of about twenty thousand square feet.
TAILORS WANTED. -WANTED A T
WM. MATTHIE?SEN'S Tailoring Bouse, cor?
ner or King and Wentworth streets, six first-class
Pantaloon Bands. No other need apply. Con
Staat work guaranteed. _oct4
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPlKlrSOFTHE WOBLU. THE TREAS
Utiti BOUSE OF AMERICA. TBE QREAT BOOK
OK THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 26 lo 100
coplea in a few honra or days. Prospectus tree.
Address J. W. QOO?.8PEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, H?. Louis, New ?rleau?.
to BI ana fount*.
LOST, FROM THE CORNER OF TRADD
and Orange st ree is, a small tan-colored
?rh it RIK K POP, about ?ix months old. A reward
will be paid tr returned as above. ,octll-2
FOR SALE, SEVERAL FINE LOTS AT
Magnolia Cemetery, in the most desirable
portion or the ground. Will be sold low. Ad
dress 0. A. l'., Ns wa office. _octio 0?
J71 OR SALE, A GOOD WORK HORSE,
Jt? spring Wagon and Harness. Apply at
HUCK AIM vs Stables, Columbus street.
JUST ARRIVED, FOR SALE, CAR
load or good Plantation HOLES; also, a car
luad or good saddle and Draft Horses, at UOOK
AUAVS stables, columbus street. H. T. TER
FOR SALE, AT THE SUBSCRIBER'S
htabies. Qaeeu street, a lot of extra-nne
Uuraea and Mule*. P. WEST._OCtgj*
JUST ARRIVED, TEN LARGE DRAY
MULEs; also, lot floe Saddle and Barness
uortSE?, at R. OAKMAN'S Stables, No. 86 Ohorch
street._ oets 4?
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mules will And it to their advan?
tage to call at HOGAN A OW.'S Mables, No. 60S
K,ng street, before purchasing elsewhere.
FOR SALE, A FINE SADDLE AND
Buggy MARE, 15* hands, s years old, per
iecily gentle, and warranted sound. Inquire or
Lieut. C. M. CALLAHAN, 8d Artillery, at the Cita?
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. BENET OT J KN, soo ot the tate Heury
oijen, fer seventy-live Dol?ais. Wui be sold at a
aUcount at MENKE A MULLER'S._angin
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or smiil quanti le?.
Prioc M GENTS PB4 HONORED. Apply at the
O Ul OH of TIM'. NKWK mmi?
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, Ave mles from Graham's
Turnout, on the y.mn carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed fer salo. It contains seven hundred and any
acred, two hundred and Arty acres or which are
good clay Cotton Laud. There are also upon the
premises a An? DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together with houses fer the accommoda
Hon of twenty laborers. Gin Boase, Screw, Barns,
Stables, Ac, all m good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance or Une cool
water. For terms, apply to RKEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston. S. o7, or to Dr. W. H. HAGOOD,
Blackville, S. 0. octi
80 fi ?nt.
TO RE?? ONE ^LAB^Em?TJR?lS?ffiD
Room. Apply at the southeast corner of
xtutledge and Boll streets._ootlt-l*
TO RENT, IN THE NORTHWESTERN
part or the city, within five minutes' walk
or street cars, m a noutte where there are no
children, two Rooms, with or without Kitchen
To au approved tenant rent moderate. Inquire at
this office. octio 2*
TO RENT, FOR THE YEAR 1873, THAT
very desirable Plantation, situate In Christ
Church Parish, eleven miles from Mount Pleas?
ant, called "Walnut Grove," containing soo acres
or cleared Laud, wita good settlement. Win be
Leased r?r a term nf years on easy terms. Ap
ply at No. 41 Broad sUeet._octlQ-tbrc
FOR RENT, IN THE CENTRAL POR?
TION or Colombia, s. 0., a large and com?
modious Storeroom, 126 feet long by 24 reet wide,
suitable fer almost any kind or nuslness. Posses?
sion can be had at once. Rent $1000 per annum.
Apply to BOLLMANN BROS., No. 163East Bay, or
0. 01ERCKS, Colombia S. 0._oct8-fl
FOR RENT, STORE CORNER KING
and George. Also. Archer's Hall. Also,
c?mmodlons rooms, from $2 to $t). ARCHER'S
BAZAAR, King street._oct7 mwf3?
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS BuddlDg. No 14B East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office or Tu
NBWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, a-c., applv at the ufflco ol
THE NEWS, No. 19 Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENOE No. 0 King street,
recently Onlshed. suitable fer one or two respect
aule families, having all the necessary outbuild
logs for the accommodation of the same. Then
ls on the premises one of the largest cisterns and
one or the best wells or water in the city. Applj
on the premises. sep24
gTBRLD?G EXCHANGE ~
^Purchased by JAMES H. WILSON,
oct2-wfm6 No. 6 Broad Street.
?JHECKS ON NEW YORK,
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANOE
For sale, In sams to ant, by
JAMBS H. WILSON,
oci2-wfm6_No. 6 Broad Street.
? M. WATERS A CO.,
(LATI WATBBS, PIERCE A 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
No. 66 BROAD STREET, NSW YORK,
Bay and SeU contrac a tor Future Delivery of
Cotton, strictly for a commission, so that DO in
terestof our own can i6ssibly conflict with that
ot our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Union National Bank;
People's Bank, New YorlL
Correspondence solicited. oct9-lmo
COMMISSION ERS, CU AKLEsTON, S. C., OC?
TOBER i, 1872.-The Exercises of the Pobiic
Sch ols of this City wlU be resumed on MONDAY,
7th instant. Applications for the admission of
children may be made at the respective School
Houses on and after Mo -DAY, the 14th instant.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE G RIM KB,
ST. PETER'S P^iROCHlAL SCHOOL
FOR COLORED CE ILDRES will resume its
Exercises on TUESDAY, October the 1st. Apply io
He v. A. M. FOLOHI, Prto cIpaL_oct2-imo
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOARD?
ING and Day Pcho< il lor Yon ng Ladles, at Na
66 Haael street. Offers f tcllltlea for Instruction In
the usual branches or English Education; also m
the Modern Languages, Drawing. Painting, Vocal
and Instrumental Maali). Exe i els cs will be re
sumed October 1._sepu-lmo
QHARLE8T0N FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
flrat MONDAY In ootobar, and end the second
FRIDAY In July, the term being shortened twa
weeks to induce pupils o remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the Jnly Ex?
amination will be ext mined the flrat week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Hegu
lar Exercises of the behool be not retarded.
Pupils entering the seo md and third weeks will
be charged from the An t.
For Terms and Circuit xs containing pan molars,
apply as above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
western part of the City can obtain lt bj
applying at Mo. 16 Rutledge street, near Went
worth, on the line of thu Oliy Railroad.
ruyOD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
VX Rooms, upon rea ionabie terms, at No. 71
Broad street. Day HOI rdera accommodated al
short notice. aepis
(Eorartntrehire ino flhssoinnons.
existing under the name or THOMPSON k CO
ls this day dissolved by mutual consent. Georgi
J. Thompson will set iii up the accounts of tn?
Arm, and continue the business In bis own name
GEO. J. THOMPSON.
Charleston, S. 0., October 7,1871. oci7-mwfs
loifU Stock Co mp ann.
OHSTOIAL RAFILE N?M??BS^O?
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK OOM
PAN Y for the tenent or the State Orphan Asylum,
CLASS NO. 193-TlIUKf DAV MORNING. OOL 10.
20-38-66 -16-73-60 -47- 67-61-69 -58-4f
CLASS No 104-THURSDAY KVENING, oct io.
octll A. MOHOSC, Sworn Commissioner.
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling tliese superior MACHINE!
on Ten Dollar monthly payment!.
Adjusting ami Repair: n g done promtly.
WHEELER k WILSON MAN UF'O CO.,
aprMyr Na 209 King street.
(tailoring, Clothing, Ste.
T O H.H BTDI??T?M E R,
No. 141 K NO STREET,
WEST SIDS, A FXW DOOR 1 NORTH OP QUERN 8TBSB1
Would respectfully inform his friends that c
has Just returned frc ri New York with' a larg
and wen selected stock of the latest s ty les of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
INCL CD INO THU
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-BEAt
FORT COUNTY.-m the Common Pleas.
ELIZA REED. Piaintnr, against AMANDA ST<
NEY, S. REED STONEY, JAMBS M. STONE'
EDWARD bTONEY. CEO ROE W. n TON EY, I
LOUIS STONEY, MAO ?1TONEY, ANNIE STONE1
JULIA STONEY, SARAH J. STONEY, aa helrs-a
law, or JAMEIS STONEY, deceased, and ?AMUE
P. REED, aa mortgage 'Jefendants,-summons I
action for Foreclosure or Mortgage ot Real E
tate.-To the Der<ndsnts, JAME* M. STONE'
EDWARD STONEY. GEORGE W. STONEY, ai
SAMUEL P. REED: You are summoned to ans wi
the complaint In this action, which wm be flit
with the Clerk of the court of Common Pleas f<
the County aforesaid, at Beaufort, and to seri
soupy or yonr anawitr opon us, at the office
Messrs. BELLA BARNWELL, at Grahamville, I
the County and State aforesaid, within twenl
days alter the service tereof, exclusive or the di
of nervlce; aad it yon fall to do so, trie plain I
will apply to the Court lor the relier demanded I
the complaint. POKE k HASKELL,
BELL k BARNWELL,
To the Defendants ablive named-Take notice
That the sommons in tills action was flied In tl
ofllce of the Clerk or thi Court ror Beaufort Com
ty on the 17th day or Jil?, 1872.
BELL k BARNWELL.
ang3o ra_Plaintiffs Attorneys.
A. J. SULLIVAN
BUILDER ANO CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY k Ol
Desires to Inform his monds and the pabll
that he ls prepared tc carry on the GENERA
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinda a
tonded to, Designs and estimates furnished upo
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANG1
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WA3
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds i
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scou
P\tc iron. matfo-mwriyr
H A N C K E L,
CHARLESTON, g. C.,
Having resumed boniness on his own acconn
wlU be glad to receive Consignments of Produi
for sale. oetc-witi*
T. CHAPEAU * CO.,
DKAI.XBS ANO DLSTTLLXRS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSII
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. a
The highest prices paid ror Crude
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE |
OF LONDON AN?.KDINB?BOH,
CAPITAL, $12,000,000. ' >*
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, ?,?7,826 74.
The undersigned, haring tacreasetftPeir INSUR?
ANCE racUities by me Agency o? that stron? ind
reliable American Company, the PHQ?NLX, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owneis Policies In the above named
Companies at aa low rates as any other, nm ?class
Companies. E. SKBRING A CO.,
Bep6-8moa No. 14 Broad street.
Ernas at iDhoUsale.
rp E U S S E S ,
The undersigned, representing one or the larges t
Manufacturers in the United States, offers to the
TRADE ASD 1J PHYSICIAN'S a full Lins of the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS In the aboyo articles
at Low Prices,
CONSISTING IN TABT OF :
Nickle Plated Steel and Brass Spring SINGLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-Pad Bingle and Double
French Improved Pad Single and Doable Trasses
French Improved Pad, Soft and Bard Pad Light
spring, single and Doable Trasses.
Buchet Pad, soft and Hard Pad, Single and Double
Improved Radical Oura Men and Tontas'Singh
and Doable Trasses.
Kid and Chamois Lined Self-adjusting Single and
Doable Trosses. -
Chase's Improved Pad Siegle and Donble Trusses
Reversible Hard and Soft Pad single and Double
Nickle Plated and Ivory Egg Pad Single and Dc u
con? mon Right, Left and Double Trusses.
Yon i hi?' and Children's Single and Donble Trusses
in great variety. ';. V
Fitch's, London and Improved Abdominal Bel
United States Army and Navy Patent Band'-liadi
Silk Thread and Cotton Suspensories.. . .,
Male and Female Shoulder Braces-Elastic, Stee
Springs and Suspenders.
Rabbit Skin Chest Protectors.
Elastic Stockings, Knee caps and Anklets, in SUI
Thread and Cotton..
DOWIIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS;
CHARLESTON, S. O.
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PE RI EN JB in repairing Weighing: Scales o
every description, would solicit public patrooagi
in i ere rene? to sold work. -
Rererenoss: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer
No. 18? East Bay: Messrs. H. Bischoff A Ca,Whole
sale' Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Thomas A. Barnard
Public Adjuster ot Welgnta and Measure*.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct 0-2mos Charleston, 8. c.
fflrnas ano iBcomncs.
p J. L D H M,
IMPORTER OF TINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOH!
Now m Stock or my own importation, " '
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,,
Tooth Bras h ec,
. Carbolic Add.
. ii Patter's Cold Crear
Bngllah Darby's Carminative, British Ou, Beche
Embrocation and Chlorodync
TILDEN A 00.1! SOLID AND FLUID SXTRAUT
Priarmacentlcal Preparation a, Sngar-ooau
Plllfl.'AC AOHNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOS-NT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOI
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDIOS
MACHINE AMD APPLIANCES, ti
surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign mt
ofaotureImported to order.
My Dtspensuig. Department ls complete, si
bracing all New Remedies. ,
A foll assortment of Trusses and Bandages a
ways on hand. "
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compound?
with accuracy day qr nlsht, laniowfmly
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEl
Warranted under oath never to have failed i
cure. 28,600 certificates or testimonials or cur
including Rev. 0. ll. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvaul
Rev. Josepn Beggs, Falls of EcbujUdiL PhUadi
Bhlat the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, High ts tow
Sw Jersey;, Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frank tor
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor. Walto
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Cresley, member Co
green from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cai
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, BalUmoi
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands
others. Warranted to cure or money rerunde
DR. GEO. CAOL1KK, Agent,
jnlyi-iyr Charleston, S.O.
Snlphnrle AoW n /
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
Alcohol, 86 per cent
Ac, Ac, Ac
At lowest market rates. By
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
BEEP, WINE AND IBON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Toni
are now getting lulp general ase, especially
cases or delicate rennies and child iee They m
be had of DR. ti. BABB,
No. 131 Meeting street,
A rall stocjc or Elixirs, and aU the other nc
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept <
For sale by DR. H. BAEK,
No. 181 Meeting street.
A Full Assortment or the Best
Nail brushes '<,:?.
Shaving Brushes . .
For sale by DR.H. BAEB,
Nc 131 Meeting street.
Thu new and elegant addition to-rte tolli
tablets coming dally into more general use,
rmi supply-different styles-constantly on?an<
At DB. H. HAEtt'S Drug Smre,
No 131 Meeting sire^u
WHITE SULP DUR SPRINGS WATER, rromitt
Celebrated Greenorler Wnlte snlphor Sprtof
For sale by j^tJ?S?Wkt
? 20 bales Heavy MOBO BAGGING
\. 100 rois H ea VT Domestic Barning. -V
For sale by w. B. SMITH & OOM -
octlM _Napler'i Bug*.
?UJAL I COAL 1 COAL t
Red ian COAL of the beat quality-Egg, 8:ove
and Chestnut sizes.
For sale by H. F. BAKER, Agent,
?10ALI COAL I COAL t
200 tons Onmberland COAL, for Smiths and
? Steamer!-; tl-: . ? , auttM?aa& -ivi?^.
loo tons Bi tami Doos Lnmp Coal, for Parlor nae
100 tons Anthracite Lamp for Foundries
iso tons steamboat Anthracite Coal
soo tons Bed Ash. Egg and Stove, sises for
GratesandRanges. wi-j n:':
In Tard and to arrive. Orders received by ,
E. F. SWEEGAN, Agent, 1 "
octio-4. ? . central Wharf,
^Jg ASTERN HAT I EASTERN H AT I;
3co bales BASTRBN HAT landing ex Brig E. s.
Hassell, from Belfast, Me. . . .??
Forsaleby 3. A. KNSLOW A CO, ~.
SUPERIOR MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
75 hhds. Superior Remedios MOLASSES,almost
eqnal to Porto Rico.
For Bale by J. A. EN8LOW * 00.; .-. >
octto_No. 141 Bast Bay.
QORN AND OATS.
Moo bushels western librad COB1* '
2000 bushels Prime v* ni te Mining Oom
2000 bushels Feeding OATS. ^'r?T?:; .-?
For eile by HERMANN BDLWINKLE,
oct9-3 . Kerr'?Wgarf.;
JJO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO..- , , \
loo tons No. 1 Peravlan, Chinch* and Gaanape
GUANO. For sale by Z~l
' HERMANN BULWUIKLHfr.
0013 Ken'* Wharf.
JOHN a. D UN H. AM ? S :
YEAST PO WD EB, .'.WlT ' ;
For parity and strength, ls uneonalled.'All house?
keepers who nae lt once .wm have no otasr. Ask
your Grocer for it, and tate no other. Wholes ale
by OTTO F. WETTERS.
Jt?y29-mwf>3ma : .. ??ot ?.'.?cn:
.?ORNEO BAGGING. .; -j n,\e;.
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For sale
by HERMANN BULWlSKLE, '
STRAWBERRY PLANTS. '.'... -:-:\
? ' 1 . t'rO?U .VWi .
100,000 Nunan STRA WHEE BY PLANTS.
For sate t y H. W. KINSMAN, BI
sepi2-tuthi6 go. 128 East Bay..
rfOOD FOB THE Mlld^?H; ?. ?Vp %
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY ' OF THE ACE,
' AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS.:.,'
) YOUNO SHAD. :, ff . hi. !*(.
/The Cheapest and best Food m existence. In
whole, hair es and quarter boxes. "'I'
PAUL B. LALANE & ?O" jg
No. 175 East Bay, Caarjeston,. 8. a, Sole Agent?.
. Liberal dltcoant to tte trade. .> .'/ aepia-sistos.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just WcMTed, a largestopry of*Mi?fef?Jh?fe
bottle contains fonr pounds of tnt beat JBeef,ex?
clusive of mt; caa ibe used with cold or warm
water: also can be taken with colliver Oh, and
destroys thc taste of tbs ?U. ~+,tln*hi
Toe only food for delicate children. !R/1.. JJ., "
Thia ls much superior to the .TfJctrs^t^Bttl,"
heretofore offlsretfto tba publieras wiui be rcmna
npontrlaL Forsaleby Dr. H: BAffi.. '
jnn7 _ Ho. m ?sting sty.:
. 'j ? i
WILSON'S , GROCERY. .
WILSON'S 0 ROGER Y is now offering the moat
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS tobotennd
1? this city. - . " >t? rc:
I? They have been selected especially ; for ?heir
medicinal qualities, sad their purity:, endorsed by
the moat eminent physicians of Ohwieeton. - - -
i Parties de?lrlDg a pure article .can al ways rely
on Liquors sold from this ea ub ashmen t and
"A full supply of low grades oa hand. ? aa*
?;u?. ? . . V'''.f?'^?i^ij*^K'*
- s&r Add reas Box No. 383. cmuacnaal
SS A L I B U T V F I ;ff foj.
. HALiBCT FINS.
TONQUES AND SOUNDS..' '....?\.rV\Z'"
TONGUES AND 80U?DS.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, *
. 1 No. sot King street.
All Goods Delivered Promptly. - ? mya?'?
CANNED PEACHES I 0 A ,NN E D
PEACHES 1 '
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES,'
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na E06 King street
JWA11 Goods delivered free.. ; ' ;
CANNED TOMATOES t CANNED TO?
MATOES 1 .
700 dozen 2-lb Canned TOMATOES, .
For sale low at WILSOSh' GROCERY, .
No, 308 Klag street.
JV AU Goods delivered free. , . .. j
OY RU Pl SYRUP I S*Y B_U PI
: Ko. SOB Sing street.
ag- Ali Goods delivered free. -, :<.?>.
"DARGAIN8 IN TEAS, TOFFEESr G*Q
X> OERIES AND PB0V1SI0N8.
warranted to suit toZX^?il&ffi*"
or the minion. ^tux iSi?.
jsyAllOncdBdellverMftee. . "'',. g
TkTEW CODFISH. PICKLED SALMON,
]X SFIOKP SALMON?.
J Extra NO, 1MA0KEBBL
Meas Mackerel - ^
ay-All Goods delivered free. . ,. ?>.?<,. (
"\TEV7 SMOKED BEEF, PRE8HM0KED
Smoked PlgToogues . . - 1
SS- All Goods delivered free. :
JlRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
OHNAifENfAL TREES AND.PLANTS, CHOICE
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, Ac ..
A splendid stock or the choicest vartetica.'
Seud for descrtpave catalogue and priceJuat.,
All Trees well packedao as to car ry Barely to
any part of the United State*.- " -? ' - ia?j
SMALL FRUITS AND 3MALL PLANTS, -
of ah kinds, sent by mall, poe tage paid, to any
postofflce in the Uoited StitW. '' fa?^?Z? 1
EDWARD r. EVAN'S AQB^?^
Nurseryuen and Seedemen,
Jnly25-thtmcs . " ' ; TeA, W