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' * No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1872.
HEWS OF THE DAT.
-General Walker, commissioner of Indian
affairs, will resign as soon as his annual re?
port 1B completed.
-A transport saned from France last.wee?
with five hundred and eighty more Commun?
iais for the penal colo ole?.
. ?' li-Tne mother of Mts. Laura A. Fair attempt
ed to. commit suicide in San Francisco on
Thursday night. -
./'jcAVWMblB?itonIan itut from Paris sajB
B?iaA0T-Sumner's health ls very bad, and
doubts If he can resumo bis seat in the
.' -The orowd who went out from San Fran?
cisco with baskets and ?hovels to scoop up
dlain?ondBand"robles in Arizona, are rapidly
reiarning, and their protane adjectives can
.tp'?t?fincUy heard a considerable distance.
.- .^proniMient feature of the DeKalb County
(Qa,) Fair recently held was a baby 6trow, at
which nine.bounclug innocents were.entered.
The prize for the best baby wa 3 awarded toa
child ol Mr. J. A. Fleming, a one-armed Con?
federate soldier. The winner was only lour
-The public In Madrid refuse to take the
notes of the. Bank of Spain on account of the
nu'taber of counterfeits In circulation, and the
snares of th? bank have consequently fallen
fivaxpet oentj .
-A Berlin dispatch says that a fleet of hoe
German men-of-war is now being tit ted out
-fyp-Vcruise'around the world. Tbeexpedl
Uonwlllbe under the-command ol Admiral
Werner, win. sall directly for the West Indies
and_,thence wj.il_ proceed io New Orleans and
'other'ports' in the United Stales:
-IST-.A .B.eri9ua1 : Fi01 I00K P?L&CE ,n Constantino?
ple on Wednesday last between .Turks and
Persiana, during which the troops were called
out and fired into the Penlan party, killing;
-tar?e- and wounding .thirty. Five ot the
soldiers- wen Injured. The Persian quarter;
of the city waa greatly excited, and lhere were
fears of "a general massacre."
-Mr. Ben tick, M. P., Liberal, In a speech in
Londonon Wednesday night, pronounced the
settlement of tho Alabama question a dis?
honor to England. It was absurd, be said,
that a rule should be made and held to bind
England to responsibility for an act commlt
ladJan? before the role bad any existence. In
conclusion, he said that England deaerved the
acorn ot the whole world, and would cease to
.hold her position among nations.
' '-The secretary of State, >u Washington,
has received by a special messenger an official
copy pf the decision and award of the Geneva
arbitration, handsomely engrossed on par ch?
inent ejid bound, with the signatures of the
arbitrators. The document was enclosed in a
handsome wooden case, highly polished. The
secretary presented the -document to Presi?
dent Grant, and it waa afterwards taken to
tee ?epartmen t to which lt ls to be deposited
In the arobives.
- -?Father. SyaB, Lhe Mobile "poet priest,'?
according to a New Orleans critic, ls this style
of a man ri - '.'The sunshine of all the good and
noble qualities that are so often unequally
divided ont between men seem all to have
met In perfect concord in his heart, throwing
Ont their radiating lights through his kindly
features. His silken, auburn bair falls In
tresses a young giri might envy, low down on
sS?>rT^99??^^..w?Ue.;he .wears.the usuai garb
-The Boyal'Humane Society of England j
Jhaaioat presented ita badge of civic honor for
the year to Alfred Ingham, a lad of. eleven
year?, who B&ved another boy named HelJtwell'
from drowning in a Yorkshire canal. He was
wa? attracted to the spot by the cries of the
(drwnlDgian's companions, who stood around
? paral j zed with lear. Young Ingham threw
of? lila clothes and plunged In where the lad
.had sunk. Alter diving several times he at
leogth caught the lu aol m ate boy ' around the
Deck and brought him to the surface, wheo,
"hy tne assistance ol the others, he was got on
-The English Anti-Slave Society gives a
lamentable account of Lhe present condition
2f the 3,'ave nade on lhe eastern coast of
frica.: According to thia statement at least.
150v0O0 natives- are yearly dragged away f.om
their homes, eighty out of every one,hundred
ot whom perish, on the way from exhaustion
or violence. The squadron which Great
Britain is maintaining on the coast, at a year?
ly, cost of ?200,000, has proved a remedy worse
than the disease; the officers and men of the
' egUsj?rg themselves being in the. habit ol per?
petrating the very horrors^. theyc are. sent to
discover and prevent. " "" . - _ ""
; -Mx. M. D. 'Conway, In one of his letters
iromLondon to 'the 'Cincinnati Commercial,'
makes,tho astonishing statement that the Em?
peror Napoleon during several months has
b?*Q-engaged in unsuccessful secret negotia?
tions with the exiled French Communists in
-England aad>Belgium fouhe purpose of sup-i
plan?ng Dr. Karl Marx a? the leader of the
Internationalists. Notwithstanding that Mr,
. Conway say-B Wils ioiormaUon was.-communi?
cated to him on unquestionable authority and
? th ?further assertion that at a meeting held at
Ur. Bradtaagli's headquarters citizen-Landeek,
pr?sident of tne Frenen section of the Inter
nationals, proclaimed the proposals which bad
'oWi received f?o?n the ex-Imperial quarters^
.the story ls-altogether too improbable to be
received with unlimited faith,
. tr .As -was expected ? when the order . was
. issued; from the Circuit Co ort.for the appoint?
ment of supervisors, Ac, lu New York, the
first fruits 'ia the appointments of Federal
deputy marshals has a decidedly om I nous look,
an?' means tn at the Administration intends to
control the, polls,ojDsoJotely In the Empire
Stat?? ist. ~h(??d?L ?? Customhouse officials
weht tb'th? Federal building in New York for
the purpose . oft securing appointments as
.specfei deputy aavshals, bot sealed envelopes
**** s^quently handed those who had
' 'bwrrseie'cted toactln that official capacity.
The [lat, contained not a single Liberal or
P^ocro?c name, and was evidently made up
to ault the compller'B notions. General Bharpe I
has. decjded to appoint only 1500 special depu?
ties, or three lor each election district, but If
he deems lt proper later, more to any extent
will oe sworn in. NToall thus far accepted the
marshal bas Issued Instructions relative to
their powers and dalles. The former are ex
.tenaive; in fact^-ihe deputies become upon
election day the absolute masters of the situa?
tion. They are made the Judges ot every, of
fence,and there are twenty-five cases specified
which are thought to'cover enough when seen
through the vicious optics of those who have
invariably been detailed lo: perform this un-,
usual police duty, to seriously debar a great j
many Independent votera from enjoying their ?
legitimate liberty on election day. The of?
ficers are lew of them possessed of ability
enough, to keep the code of instructions from
their bead-centre distinctly before them, and
may be trusted to make all the arreats they
can with or without cause, and look to the
multlfariouB dicta ol the marshal's- proclama?
tion to be shielded.
FOB some days past rumors have been
industriously circulated to the eflect that
THE NEWS, in declining to support the1
Bolters'movement, and in advocating tho.
Hobson's Choice Connty ticket, ls corruptly .
influenced by pecuniary considerations. The
public know how difficult it is to' trace
anonymous slanders, sach as these, to a
responsible source, and lt ls not surprising,
therefore, that oar assiduous endeavors to
discover the authors of the calumnious
statements concerning Tits NEWS have so
far railed. We now, however, on the eve'
cf the election, think it due, to those who
honor THE NEWS with their confidence and
support, to say, that the rumors in question
are, from first to lost, both malicious and
false. i I
VOTE FOB HOB so K'S CHOICK !
About tbc Election.
The election which takes place to mor?
row is for members of Congress and State
and County officers. In another column
will be found the official regulations for
Charleston Ooanty, the names of the man?
agers of the several precincts, and the honr |
of opening and closing the polls. A quali?
fied voter may vote in noy one precinct,
without reference to bis place of residence,
bat every voter, whether he be challenged
or not, is required to swear that "he is
"duly qualified to' vote at this election,"
and that ho bas not previously voted at this
election. Congressmen and State and j
Connty officers are voted for on the same
ticket. The constitutional amendments,
which all good citizens desire to see adopt?
ed, must-be voted for upon separate ballots, |
as lt is the opinion of the best law?
yers that a vote for State officers and
for the amendments on the same piece of J
paper will r an der both votes noll and. void.
VOTE POE HOBSON*! CHOICE !
A Black Man's Coan ?el,
Let any man who doubts the wisdom of
voting; for, and electing, the Hobson's Choice
ticket read the article of the Missionary
Record, tho black man's organ, printed in
another column. That paper, which un?
doubtedly represents the opinion of the
colored citizens of the low-country, accepts
the movement instituted by THE NEWS SB "a
very great advance" upon the part of their
Conoervative friends. The Record regards
lt as "the only true coarse" for the Conser?
vatives to pursue "in bringing about a state'
"of affaire, which is the wish of every good
"citizen of the State, of every political
"party." The Record says frankly and
truthfully that "tho Conservatives, being in
"the minority, can never accomplish re
"forra while they stand off from the colored
"men," and it bids da remember that "lt 1B
"almost impossible to secare a good and
"able class of representatives" so lang
is the Conservatives give "the cold
"shoulder to the only party which
"hos the power to elect them." So long,
says the Record, as the whites isolate them? j
jelves from the colored majority they can
never hope "to make their Intelligence felt
"for the good o? their State." The Record
looks upon Hobson'a Choice as "a sure
"needle pointing towards the pole of future
"harmonization," as "a proper recognition
"of the progress of events," and lt is confi?
dent that the future will do justice to the
efforts that are making "to bring about the
"desired end of good goverament and a
"happy relationship among the people of
These, fellow-citizens ! are the words of a |
black man! Can you .read and ponder
them without being convinced that duly
and interest demand that you vote to mor?
row for Hobson's Choice-the flag of truce
from the whites to trie blacks, the omen of j
a new era of harmony, progress and peace 1
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE f
- i i ???jj i??_
Cali for Ticket?. .'
The Hobson's Choice I .vets may be ob?
tained, in any reasonable quantity, at THE
NEWS contitfng-ro?mv There was an active
demand for them yesterday. Conservatives
in the parishes will do well to supply them?
selves with the winning ticket early this
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE !
Will You Do Ic.
Bowen boasts that the Conservative vote
in -this city will be so split up that he is sure
of electing his whole ticket. It. is his calcu?
lation that the Conservative:! will waste
their votes upon volunteer candidates, who
cannot poll more than a few hundred votes.
Conservative citizens ! will you allow the in?
famous Bowen crew to triumph? They can
only be defeated by plumping Xor Hobson's i
Make Ever jr Vote Conni:
. Again we say to you, fellow-citizens of
Charleston County, that a vote cast to-mor?
row for any person who is not a candidate
upon ooe of the two Radical tickets is a vote
thrown away. Poll the entire Conservative
vote Tor independent candidates and yon
eau not elect them! What plan of action,
In this emergency, does common prudence
dictate? That yon vote for the beat of the
candidates who can be elected; that is, for
Hobson's Choice. This ls not political talk,
but bard sense. Will yon follow Its prompt?
ings, or once more, in striving for too much,
secare nothing at all? It is a gain to elect
honest county commissioners. It is a gain
to elect an accomplished clerk of court. It
is a gain to elect a good man as coroner. It
is a gain to elect a Legislative ticket which
has upon it some lirstrate candidates, and
none who are notoriously bad. These you
may secure, and more, by turning a deaf
ear to the suggestions of prejudice and pas?
sion, and by voting for Hobson's Choice I
VOTE FOR HOBSON'S CBOICB 1
The County CommlMtonera.
To tho citizens of this county It is of the
most serious consequence to have their
county affairs controlled by upright and in?
telligent men. During four years the fonds
of the county have been squandered, and
hanging over the heads of the citizens is a
load of unpaid claims, amounting, very like?
ly, to a hundred thousand dollars. This is
the natural result of allowing tbe Radicals
to elect tricky and incompetent commission?
ers. The Conservatives now have it in their
power to pat in office three staunch citizens,
Messrs. 6. I. Cunningham, Laois Dunne
man and W. 6. Fields. Let these candi?
dates on the Hobson's Choice ticket receive
even one-half of the Conservative vote, and
the creatures of Bowen will be thrust into
oater darkness, where county checks are
scarce and tbe per diem is unknown. Bat
if the Conservatives vote for third candi?
dates, or do not vote at all, the Bowen com?
missioners will be elected, and the losing
game, to the public, of 1868 or 1870 will be
played over again. Bear this in mind !
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE !
Tbe Constitutional Amendment!.
Two amendments to the State Constitu?
tion are to be voted upon to-morrow. One
amendment changea the State election so
that it will be held, every fourth year, on
the same day as the Presidential election.
The other amendment prohibits any increase
of the public debt, without the approval of
the qualified voters of the State, at a gene?
ral election. It is highly important that
tb?se amendments, which are supported by
both Radical factions, receive the entire
Conservative vote. Let every Conservative
lara ont and vote for the amendments. .
VOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
-A vote against Hobson's Choice is real?
ly a vote for Mackey or for Bowen !
Too Tb In.
It is argued that the Conservatives who
support Hobson's Choice make themselves,
by so doing, responsible for the acts of ibe
candidates apon that ticket. This is mere
moonshine. The Conservatives only sap
port Hobson's Choice because it ls a better
ticket than either of tbe straight Radical
tickets, one of which will be elected if Hob-,
son's Choice ls not. The Hobson's Choice
candidates will be responsible for their own
acts, but tbe support or the Conservatives
will be to them an encouragement to do
well, such as no other Radicals, elected in
Charleston County, have ever bad. Bat tbe
Conservatives will be morally responsible
for the misconduct ot the Boweoites or
Mackeyites if their tickets, as a whole, are
not defeated. No man bas a right to com?
plain of a misfortune which he did not try to
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE !
Hobson's Choice ls called "a piebald tic
"ket." Granted! But an all-white ticket
can't be elected; and an all-black ticket
will be elected, in 1874, if the issue of race
be now forced upon tbe people. A ticket
like Hobson's Choice, comprising both
whites and blacks, Is the right thing to
vote for. _
VOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
-Whoever eats his dinner to-morrow,
without having voted for Hobson's Choice,
rans some risk of having no dinner to eat in
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE 1
J art ge ?. w. Helton-A Hearty and
[From the Camden Journal ]
It was more than intimated at the late term
of our Circuit Court, that therewith terminat?
ed oar official relations with the gentleman
who, for nearly two years, baa wielded the
important powers over the lives, liberties and
lortunes of the people, entrusted te the circuit
Judge. In theBe days ot degeneracy, when
the vocabulary ol censure Is exhausted lo the
vaia attempt to express the public sease of
wrong and outrage under the Infliction ol In?
competent and corrupt officials oi every grade,
lt ls ? pleasure to be able to write a hearty
"well done" of any officer to whom It ls Justly
We think we express the sentiment of the
people and the bar when we say that the
official career ot Judge Melton has ben marked
by a rare ability, dignity, diligence and cour?
tesy which renders lt a matter of profound re?
gret that the limited tenure and Insufficient
emoluments o? the position rendered other
posts more attractive to one possessing those
high quail fl calions lor the Judicial office which
are Judge Melton's.
Ia the new Held which he seeks to enter,
should he succeed, Judge Melton will have an
opportunity of demonstrating the integrity of
his purposes and his eminent abilities. Should
he solve the intricate problem of Statecraft In
its Involved, obscure and anomalous condi?
tion In South Cr-.rollna, and rescue the State
irom the foul and seething sea of corruption
In which she ls now steeped, he will condone
lils politisai offences and entitle himself to the
lasting gratitude of his people.
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S.CHOICE !
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, K. OP p7
Attend Regular Weekly Meeting at Pythian
Hull, Tn is EVENING, ac half-past 7 o'clock
By order W. u. J. C. RIPLEY,
OCt 16_W. R.B.
UNION CHAPTER, No. 3. B. A. IL
Attend Regalar Monthly Convocation of
j uar Ohapter lau & VENINO, at Holmea'a Lyce?
um, at : o'clock. R, A Degree will be conferred.
By order AL E H. P.
oem_CHARLES PENNAL. Secretary.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-THE REG?
ULAR Monthly Meeting of this Club will be
tieju THIS EVBNIKO, at half past 7 o'clock.
THUS. FROST, Ja,,
oc'fS_Secretary and Treasurer..
EOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITOTION.
Toe Board of Trastees will meet THIS
LAY. at Vi o'clock M., at the Peoples' Bank, No.
o Broad street. HENRY S. ORIUGS,
ocil4-2 Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON RIFLE OLDB.-AT?
TEND the Regular Monthly Meeting or
the o:ub, at Rifle club Hall, THIS EVENING, at 7
By order. D. L. OLEN, Jr.,
CH ABLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB -
The Regular Monthly Meeting of the above
will be held at the usual place, THIS EVENING, at
8 o'clock, A foll meeting ia requested, as officers
wilt oe nominates for the Election to i afee place at
the Anniversary Meeting. K. 0. MoCANTS,
d?cr?tai y und Treasurer, O. O. C.
N. B.-Parties having Tlokets of this Club will
please hand the same to the secretary. oct!6 ?
WANTED, A GOOD WAITLNGMAN
and House Servant. Apply at No. 86
Broad street. _octl6-i?
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK,
who will assist with the washing. To
aucu an one. wiih good recommendations, liberal
wages will be paid. Apply at northwest, corner
of uadaden and Montague streets. octl6-l*
LIVE 0AK1 LIVE OAK 1-WANTED
Immediately, one thousand cubic feet or
uvi) and White Oak for sblp-bulidlnir. Also,
three Masc Spars 80 feet long. For particulars,
apply at Marsh's Shipyard. J. 0. A D. C. MARSB.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AT No. 1
Ladaon's court, a good Cook, with recom?
mendations from lust employer. Wages promptly
AFIRST-CLASS COTTER AND FIT?
TER, or Ladies' Dresses, wishes eogage
uieust in private ramulta by the day. Address, by
post, Mad. LUZ1EB. OCt8-tuih&*
WANTED, A CATHOLIC LADY AS
Organist in St. Peter's church. Apply to
the Pastor. _ oct 14-3
WANTED, A CAPABLE FEMALE^
white or colored, to take care or an
lofant. Inquire at thia office._ootl4-2?
WANTED, A SMABT INTELLIGENT
Young Lady to tend Dhow case aad finish
np pictures. Inquire at HOUaTON S uallery, No.
3?9 King street._octl4-2?
WANTED TO HIRE, A WHITE GIRL,
13 or 14 years old. Moat have addreta of
her parents. Address A, NEWS Offlce. octia
WANTED, TO BENT OR PURCHASE,
a Hons* of roar rooms la a desirable
neigubornood. Address H., at thia office.
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
Woman aa Nurse ; good recommendations
required. Apply at northeast corner of Tradd
and Orauge streets._octli
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND
do housework. Apply at the north corner
of amtierst ana Bay streets, Hampstead.
WA?T?D TO HIRE, A COLORED
woman aa cook and washer. R?f?ren?ai
required. Apply m Rutledge acrett, 4th door
above Queen. octio
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, ACOMPE.
TRNT Bookkeeper in a Factor'a ora ce.
Add rea Box 873, wita references and salary.
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furniture and save 20 per cent.
We went there and waaeurpiiaed to aee so muoh
Furui t u re at such low pnces. Hui s toole c. vera a
apace of about twenty thousand square feet.
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED A T
WM. M ATmiE? SE vs Tailoring House, cor?
ner or Klug and Wentworth streets, six flrst-cldBa
Pantaloon Hands. No other need apply. Con
atant work guaranteed._oot4
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPlhirSOF THE WORLD. THE TKEAb
U nE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
UP THE YEAR. Agents report salea or 26 to loo
copies In a few hours or days. Proapectus free.
Addres, i. W. GOuDSFEED, New York, Chicago.
Cincinnati, S\ Louis, New Orleans.
Cost arti? -fauno.
LOST ON- SATURDAY, 12TH INSTANT,
Three Interest Coupon Northeastern Rall
i u-ij Company First Mortgage Booda, Noa. 18,14,
l-i, said uiupuUB hejng fur $20 each, payable int
.September, 1874. Persons' are hereby cautioned
against receiving the same, paymcut having been
<B opped. Any person Anding the above Coupons
uni leiuming them tu TUB MEWa office will be
suitably rewarded,.;. ._ oct!63?
FOUND, A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG.
The owner, by giving description and pay?
ing expenses, can recover the Bame. Appiy at
this Office. OCU4-2
TO BENT, A COMFORTABLE ROOM,
la a delightful situation. Apply to Mrs. F.
J PORCHE tc, corner Atlantic street and tue Bat?
TO KENT, FINE RESIDENCE IN COM
PL ETE order, soutnweat oorner Spring and
AMiiey streets, wlih every cmvenlenoe-gas
K!?ir5Sr?.cli,ein? ** APP^ to WILLIAM G
W?lLDEN. No. 266 King street. octi-atuih
rpo BENT, STORE No. 188 KING
dk STREET, next to Singer Office, auttabie for
Hry Goods or Boote and shoea. Apply to singer
Sewing Machine Company. augi6-ihata
TO BENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORK, No. 410 King street, next to corner
burns lane. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply io FOaSYTHE, KC JUMB &
CO., corner King street and Burns lane.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE ST?R?T
No. 394 King street, recently occupied by
r CM Slr TUE, MccuMB A CU. The atore la neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures will
be rented low to an approved tenaut. Apply to
FORSYTHS, MCCOMB A co , corner King street
and Burns laue. octl-tuths
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND O0M
MODIOUS Buddlog. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Offlce or TUE
NEWS, and iprmerly known aa the French Coffee
House. FoT terms, Ac, applv at the office or
THE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King Street,
recently Unladed, suitable for one or two resoect
at le rauillies, having ail the necessary outbuild?
ings ror the accommodation or the same. There 1
la on the premires one or the largest cisterns and J
one or the beac wells or water lu the city. Apply !
on the premises. sep24
IJlHE ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON
Will be recpencd to-day. Lunch rrom ll to 2.
The Bar has been relined and supplied with Im?
ported Liquors and Clgara. r0NNER)
oct7-lmo Late Barkeeper at the Mills Honae.
mineral Sp^m ?il.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
Thia OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, win not
Ignite at 300 den rees Fahrenheit, and ls entirely
i dorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing houses is invaluable.
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectora, President of Chamber
or Commerce and Captains or Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds
or ramilles wi:o are now
using it in the city.
is more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now in use.
OIL BCR'ERa AND CO I UNI ES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents Tor the State or South Carolina,
D.alers in Paints, O la. Glass. Ac, AC,
No 93 East Bay, south of Postofflce,
oct7-lmo Charleston, 8. 0.
JL^ M. WATERS <fc CO.,
(LATK WATERS, PIKBOK A CO..)
BANKE .IS AND CCiTTON COMMISSION
; NO. 56 BROAD ST ?EET, NEW TORE,
Bay an c. Sell Contracta for Fa tur o Delivery o?
Cotton, strictly for a commission, so that no In?
terest of oar own can possibly conflict with that
of our patrons.
Refer, by permission, o Onion National Bank;
People's Bank, New Yor e.
Correspondence solicit ed. octo-lmo
UJotctKS, Jrmnrrj, Ut.
We have JOBI opened sn Assortment of Ameri?
can and European WATCH KS, which we oner at
the lowest New York pi Ices:
GOLD WATCHES .'rom $25 to $120.
silver Watches from $12 co $36.
au of which are warrinted. Call and see, and
Also, a Large Assortaient of JEWELRY.
octlS tatb.2_M. A A. ASHTON.
Joint Qtotk Company
F?TCTXL BAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE OB ABLEST JN JOI.NT STOCK COM?
PANY for the Dentil t of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 109-MON DAT MOBNTNO. Oct. 14.
27-60-22-14-24-16- 6-12-78 - 43-61-67
CLASS NO. 200 -MONDAT ETBNING, OOt. 14.
27-77-73- 5-43-38-64- 2-51-63-16-66
octl? A. MOROSO, Sworn Commissioner.
FOE SALE, AT CHICORA"1?IH?G
AND MANO FAC TCHING COMPANY'S MINES,
8 miles rom Charleston, one mlle ?rom Northeast?
ONE STEAM ENGlNi, la Inch diameter cylin?
der, M inch stroke Engl ie; shalt 6 inches m diam?
eter, with fly-wheel 8 I&it diameter; solid rim 8>?
by e inches, and one t feet pulley, 21 inch race
turned; J od: ou's governor, pumps, Ac, complete,
all in good order.
One Tubular BM- r, with 613-inch tubes, 10 feet
long; grate bara; smoke Btack, 32 feet long, steam
and water pipes comph te.
One Patent Uptight heater, 6 feet high, 8 feet
Th? above will be sok as a whole or separately.
On 4 loch diameter metal Shaft, turned, 3i feet
long, coupled with pedeitals, Ac. On this shaft are
two e-feet polleys, is lnoh face, two 4 feet pulleys,
14 inch face, and one 2-1-feet pulley, 10 inch face;
pulleys tamed on face.
Two pair 6 feet (Haunter French Burr Stones,
with Spindles, patent Bmsb, Aa, complete, driven
by a 6 feet bevel mortie J w heel.
Two crushers for Phosphate Rock, complete;
one entirely new, with gearing for driving same.
One 4-inch Shaft, 2C feet long, coupled and
One Wire Rope, \ inch diameter, about 160 feet
ono Robber Belt, lox inches wide, so feet long.
One Single Screw Phosphate Rock Washer, com?
plete, in good order.
There is a tram rood from the works to the
Northeastern Railroad, and suitable cars, which
will enable the purchase r to remove the machinery
For terms, Ac, apply to
J. M. EASON A BRO.,
octl6tnths8_Charleston, S. C.
FOR SALE, A O RUSHING MACHINE,
suitable for crushing Phosphate Rock ; ca?
pacity irom 40 to oo tons per day ; two horse
p wer required to won: ls? The above, complete
with extra jaw plates und gear wheels, foe sale
?ow. apply to GEO. A TRENHOLMASON.
octia 6"_. _
FOB SALE, AT THC SUBSCRIBER'S
btabiea Queen ntreet, a lot of extra-One
Horses and Mme*, p. WEST._oct?6-4?
MULES, HORSES AND MARES AT
R. CARMAN'S STABLE, 86 Church street,
near Broad, Jua: arrived, ana for sale on time.
oe tl 6-8?_
A NUMBER ONE NEW MILCH COW
xl and CALF for sile. Apply at No. 3 Oolam
BRICKS 1 BRIcksl BRICES 1-FOR
sale, 60,000 OLD BRICKS, oleaaed- Apply
PM Na 14 Elisabeth stn et._octi-tuea*
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE?
VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
looo acres, capable of Advantageous division, the
Property lormeriy of Gtmeral Augustus M. Smith,
now of bis widow. F<>r terms and particular?,
apply to JOEL b. PE H KIN, Esq., ot Abbeville, or
lu WARD-LAW A LAR iW, Charleston,
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, In fair
?order. Price, $600. also, a lot of HUaPriNQ,
Pu, ley a, AC, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK?
LEY ? co,_aug22 tnstn
JUST ABRITE]), FOB SALE, CAR
load ot good ria: i at iou MULEs; also, a car
i .?ad of good sadd?e ai id Draft Horses, at MOCK
AUA i'd tstab.ts, communs street. H. T. TER?
FOB SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENEY OJ JI;N, sou or the late Henry
utjen, lor Sevtnty-nvo Dol?ais. Wul be sold at a
discount at MENKE ? MULLER'S. aog27
BULL POND PLANTATION FOB SALE.
Tho above nan ed PLANTATION, situated
tu Barnwell County, live ml.es from Graham's
Turnout, on the Soutt. carolina Railroad, ls offer
td for sale, lt coucal os seven hundred and ni ty
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
good clay Cotton Lau i. There are also upon the
1? ?mises a ace o WELLING, containing six
rooms, together wita houses for tao accommoda
: lon of twin ty lahoma, Gin House, Screw, Barns,
Stables, Ac, all IQ gw. d order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance of one cool
water. For terms, ai ply to KeKDBK A DAVIS,
Charleston, 8. c., or to Dr. W. H. HAUOOD,
Blackville, S. C. octl
PEKM^??NTT^rHAl?sl?NT AND DAY
Boord can be obtained at No. ll Coming
.weet, between tt eui vor th and Beanfatn streets.
11WO GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLE
. MAN and his WIFE, can obtain BOARD,
with pleasant Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at
No. ?i Broad street, on the south bide, between
Meeting and King streets._._octl6
CARD.-MRS. P. J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY informs her Pupil j, and the pu J lie
generally, that she will re-umo her instruct ns
on tho Plano and to ber SoUege Class on MONDAY
next, october 21st.
A new SoUege Class will be formed on TUESDAY,
S2u inst., at her residence, southwest comer
s m u h and Montague r tree ts. Terms $12 per quar
ter, payable In advance_ octl4
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Le -iou a ~'i en lathe above at very mode?
rate te* s Mr. E A. RANSOME, Organist of
the churla ot the Hoi;/ Communion, scnoola ana
Public lustrations stranded. Address No. 41
Ashley street._octl2-atathS? j
MBS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOARD?
ING and Day sc i oo l for Young Ladles, at No.
68 ilasei street, uffeis fad utica for instruction In
the usual branches of English Education; also In
tho Modern Languages, Drawing. Palming, Vocal
and Instrumental Music Exercises wtU be re
sumed october I. _sepl7-lmo
?1HARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
first MONDAT In october, and end the second
FKIDAY in July, the term being shortened two
weeks to induce pupils to remain nm il the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and thoie absent from the July Ex?
amination will be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of tt e School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the J ec on d and third weeks will
be charged from the first.
For Terms andClrc ulars containing particulars,
apply as above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
T\ A. J. SULLIVAN,
* BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STBBET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARELEY A CO
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUiLDlNO BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
T. CHAPEAU ? GO.,
DEALERS .uro DnmLLxas or
TDRPENTINE AND ROSIN
OFFICE Mo. 178 EAST BAY,
UHABIJB8TON, S. O.
Thc highest prices paid for Orndp
rrUtBASURY DEPARTMENT, CITY
_L HALT-, OCTOBER 15;tl, 1872.-Thia Office ls
; nuw open from 0 A. M. to 2 P. H., dally, for Pay?
ments of all Interese due upoo the oity Stock,
.nape SATURDAYS, upon which transfers of Stock
will be made.
For the first five dava priority in payment
will be given parties paying Taxes to the city, in
part or whole, with said interest. All Payments
of Interest will be mute by chees, to be cashed at
Front Desk of this . nice, and where Interest is
a raffle lent for taxes they balance at par; bnt where
less, the penalty shall attach on deficiency,
though paid In currency, In conformity with Or?
dinance. P. J. COGGAN,
OC116 6_Pity Treasarer.
^rOFPIOE CHIEF OF"POLICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., OCTOBER
12TH. 1872.-The attention of all whom lt may
concern la called to the followmg section of an
Act of the Geaer.il A-serab y of the Sta ta or south
Carolina, "To provide for the election of oncers
or the Incorporated cities and Towna In the State
of Sooth Carolina, passed the 26th day of Septem?
"X. Ail Barrooms and Drinking Saloons, In ti.e
Town or Cities where such election ls held, shall bp
closed on the day of election; and any pei BOO
who shall sell to any person any Intoxicating
drinks on the day of election, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be
fined In a som not less than one hundred dollars,
nor more than three hundred dollars, or be im?
prisoned for a period not lesa than one month, nor
more than aix months."
In conformity with the above, all Barrooms
wi: hin the city of Charleston will be closed from
12 o'clock Tuesday night, October 16th, 1872, natu
6 o'clock Thursday morning, October 17 th, 1872.
. By order of the Mayor.
octl5-2 JOH? C. M1NOTT, Chief of Police.
Polices in ankrapicrj. 1
I~N~ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITEU .STATES, FOR THE EASTERN PIS
TKI?T OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the mattevof
ANDREW J. MOSES, Bankrupt.-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt mtij concern: The undersigned hereby
gives notice of bis appointment aa Assignee of
ANDREW J. MOSES, of the Town of Sumter, in
the County of Sumter and State of South Caro?
lina, within a Ud District, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt upon his own petition by the District
Court or said District;. .
Dated at sumter, the loth day of October, A. D.
1872. D. J. WINN, Assignee.
Jjl I R E INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, .
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 7?.
The undersigned, having increased tneir INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PDCEMX, of
Hartford, are now enabled ta offer to merchants
and property owneia Policies la the above named
Companies at aa low rates as any other Unit class
Companies. E. sc BRI NO A CO.,
aep5-3moa . No. 14 Broad street.
Misc dian com.
N* ^WOE^HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PERIEN JE lu repairing Weighing Scales of
every description, would solicit public patronage
In reference to paid work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay: Messrs. H. Bischoff A Co.,Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Th. m AS A. Raynard,
Public Adjuster of Weight! and Measure?.
No. 4 Combe land street,
oct6-2mo3_Charleston, S C.
ifrgflg at IPhoUenli.
rj\ R u s s E s ,
Tho undersigned, representing one of the largest
Manufacturera in the United States, offers to the
TRADE AND TO PHYSICIANS a full Line ol the
LATEST IMPROVEMENT i in the above articles
at Low Prices,
CONSISTTNO IN TABT OF :
Nickle Plated Steel and Brasa Spring SISOLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-Pad single and Double
French Improved Pad Single and Double Trusses
French Improved Pad, Sort and Hard Pad Light
Spring, Single and Double Trusses.
Buchet Pad, Sort and Hard Pad, Single said Donble
Improved Radical Oura Men and Tonina' Single
and Double Trusses.
Kid and Cham?la Lined Seir-adjnstlng Singlo and
Chase's Improved Pad Single and Donble Trusses.
Reversible Hard and Sort Pad single and Double
Nickle Plated and Ivory Egg Pad Single and Doa?
Common Right, Left and Doable Trusses.
Yon: h3' and Children's Single and Doable Trusses,
In great variety.
Fitch's, London and improved Abdominal Belt
United States Army and Navy Patent Hand-Made
Silk Thread and Cotton Suspensories.
Male and Female Shoulder Braces-Ehstlc, Steel
Springs and Suspender?.
Rabbit Skin Cheat Protectora.
Elastic Stockings, Knee Caps and Anklets, in Silk
Thread and cotton.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Q. J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OP JOHN.
Now in Stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
itttey's cold Cream,
English Dalby's carminative, J irtish OU, Roche's
Embrocation and ohlorcUyne.
TILDEN A OO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
pnarmoceutioal Preparations, Sugar-coated
PUIS, AC AGBNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOOTH CABO LIN A FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
surgical instruments and Goods of foreign mao
ufactare imported to order.
My Dispensing Department 1B complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of -Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand. Of;
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. lamowfm i y
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHE?
- MATIO SYRUP. .
Warranted under oath-never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials or cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls or .schuylkill. Phi lad el
Sala; the wire of. Rev. J. B. Davie, Hiahtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: HOD. J Y. Greeley, member con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ax-Senator stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted tocare or money refunded.
DB. GEO. OAULI&R, Agent, I
Jalyl-lyr charleston, S.O.
?rocer?a?, ffirggre? Ut.
Q??LT? C75AXT"COA?7I LAMDIHO.
42a tona;oenoine Bed Ash EGG for 'parlor nae;
^S7^a.1v ,?hi?toat for,ccoklng Range?; also,
v\ nt teASH for steam Euclam and FoonderlfiS, by
applying to F. PrSEIGNIOUs'S, Coal Yat*'
cctia^. - corner Kaat Ray and Haael street.
JjlEUITl FRUIT 1 FRUIT 1 ,
1700 i nnches BANANAS
60,000 Ctiolceoranitea t; :
20,003 Cocoanut* - - '. "
600 Large Grape Fruit
4 bbj?. Fine Gleen Ginger.
Also nave in atore FlnerNormern'APPLES.
Lemons, ro- atoes, Onions, wbols, half and quarter
boxes RalslnB, Figs, Currants, Dates citron. Nuts
of all kinds. Malaga Crapes, Pears, Ac.? Ac.
which we wm sell at the lowest'cW'prleS
Parties would do well to call befo'a purchasing
elsewhere <.'_..:. . c. BARTACO.
octl4-3 Nos. 55, 67 and 53 MarkeTatTeet.
QOA.H OO ALI C OA L r a$
Soo tons free burning Bed Ash Eig COAL, land
big per schooner E. A. Hooper^.snd Ipr ral* b7
E. F. b WE S G AN, Agent,
octi4 2_' ? ? ? - "iHmrralTOrf.;
J^O. 1 PEBUyjAN GUANO. ??siSS
'loo tons Nc 1 Peruvian, Chinch A and Oaanspe
GUANO. For sale by t Sr
.. H ER ?I ANN BUL WINK LE,
? : ? - vut ki
YEAST POWDER, ?:
For purity and strength, hi unequalled, AD houae
..... ..'J. . . '...l i OKI
keepera who nae lt once wm Have no othar. ? Ask
your Grocer for lt, and tat e no other. Wublettdo
by OTTO F. WEITERE.
Jolysa-mwMmo, - ? ..'...
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING, FC
by HERMANN BULWINKI
gTBAWBEBBY PLANTS.;, ... : . :?
100,000 Nunan STltAWB?RRY PLANTS.
For sale, y H. W. KINSMAN,
aeplg-tnUM . .t. . BCiia i^Bay.
Tj^OOD F?B THE MILLION. p
THE GREATEST: DISCOVERY- OP THE rAQB,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS..
<w V ..?*:: Y0UKG SHAD. ??iir?f?? rl
The Cheapest and beat Food in existence.., ii
whole! ludias and' ?parlier b oxes / . ' 7,"~ ""?
PAUL B. LALANE & CO., r i;"
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, s. c., Bole Agents.
: Liberal dlr count to the trade, aeplft-amoa
. ? ! - "'i - - . > ? ti'Ui
'. . ' v. \?ux?i&?i:
? - - .. ' - -..."..^f?rt
.-rt: '-:r -i-.-i 2%rttW?jr>?
. . ! ; .^..V>?"; ..-s ;
WILSON'S GBOOEBYv -
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now o ff arl og Ute most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to bo iooad
la this olly. ^/v:^: ;,i; ,-c:
: Ttiey hive been selected especlallj for. thair
medicinal quallOes, and their purity endorsed.by
the moat eminent physicians of Char lest po, vr-,;,
. PftrUesdealrtDgapure ar??le walwayarely
on Liquors, sold from trna establishment .amt
recommended. . ;-..;?" ;,;(/ ,:nw.:tusjfctcn~[
A full supply of low grades on hand.
Nc SOS King atria. :
%g- Address Box No. SEST""* " ~~
TT A L I B U,.T^~F-l N S.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. _Hil
TONOU13 AND SOUNDS.
For sale low St WILSONS' GROCERY,
' No. 807 King-Street.
All Goods Delivered Promptly.
CANNED PEACHES t
180 dosen 3 and 8 lb. CANNED PEACHES,!
For sale low at . WILSONS' OEOCERJ,
Nc 806 Emt street
a?-AU Goods delivered free. . =- : V ??
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNED TOf
700 dozen 21b Canned TOMATOES. j
mw AU Goods delivered free . ' . '
OT BU Pl S.YAU.Pl SYBUIPl
GOLDEN SYRUP, 66 cents a fsllon.- -^' j
* Nc soe Kin? street.
MW All Goods delivered free.
BARGAINS IN TEASr COFFEE3t - ?BO
CERIES AND.PROYlSIONS,,,. .
Warranted to ault tho palate? and the pockets
of the million. WLL^NSjjMAT?B^"
. . Na 306 KlngBtreoL
MW?U Goods delivered free
-rVTEVV CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
J3I SPICED SALMON. ^.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL -41'.. '
For sa^eTowat111*9" WILSONS' GROCERY,1 '
No. sea King street
?-All Goods delivered free vi..;.' r:
XTEV SMOKED BEEF, FBE8H SMOKED
JLl TONGUES. NEW HAMS, (8MAa.Sttp.)?
PIG SHOULDERS. " "
? ? -??.i
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pig-iPork , >
smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet. _" .
For Bale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,.
No. see King street.
fW AU Goods delivered free '
TIOTOTICE.-AT THE NEXT SESSION
131 of the General Assembly an appliesUon
will be made to incorporate "THE CHARLESTON.'
COASTWISE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY."
ocu-l6.novl,16,decl,16 ' i 's*?'
IN THE DISTRICT COUBT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
huCTU O ARO LINA-la the mattet of AUGUSTUS
VERDI KR, Bankrupt, by whom a petition for Ad?
judication ot Bant rep tc j waar flied on the 8th day
of July, A. D. 1872, in said Couru-in Bankruptcy.
This ls to give uoUC3 that- on the 2d day of.Octo?
ber, A. D 1873, a Warrant In Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate of AUGUSTUS VER?
DI E R, of Walterboro', bl the County ol Coller?n
and Siate or Som h carolina, who bas been ad?
judged a Bankrupt on his own petit lop ; that the:
pay ment or any debts and delivery of any pror er
ty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him er for hts.
ase, and the transfer ot any property by bim aro
forbidden by law ; that a meeting of tne creditors
or the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more Assignees of 'bis Estsne;'wuk
be held at a court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at
No. 72 Broad street, Charleston, Sooth Carolina,
before J.O. CARPENTER,. Registrar,un ftb" six
TiENTH PAT OF OCTOBXE, A. D. 1873. at ll1 o'clock
A. M. B? M. WA LL ACE, 1
octS-3,16_??. 8. Marshal, aa Meeeenger..
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
fiOUTH CAROLINA-In the matter of WILLIAM
GREGG. Bankrupt, by whom a Petition for Adju?
dication of Bankruptcy was flied on tts SIBtday
of May. A. D. 1872, m said Court.-in Bankrupt?
cy.- Tilla ls i') give notice that on the Sd day of
October, A. D. 1872. a Warrant tu Bankruptcy
was issued against the Estate of WM. GR BOO, ol
Charleston, tn tne County or charleston and sute
ot South Carolina, who has been adj ad ged a
Bankrupt on bis own petition; that the payment
of any dents and delivery of any'property be?
longing to Bald Bankrupt, to him ur for bbl -ose,
ann the transfer or any property by him, are for?
bidden by law; that a meeting of the Creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts-and to
choose one or more Assignees of bis Batate, will
be held at a Court of Ban stniptcy,:to be helder at
No. 7s Broad street. Charleston; south Ocrolmm,
before J. O. CAhPENTKR, R gt'trar. on tho
FIFTBKNTH DAY OP OOTOBBB,' A. IX1ST2. at lc\
O'Clock A. M. R M. WALLACE, r *
octals U.S. Marshal as Messenger.'