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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1872.
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-The yacht Marguerite, a vessel of only five
tons borden, will soon saltirom tbe-iSelnelor
New Tori:. v .? f
-Lord Carnarvonr, speaking in England, re?
cently expressedi a hearty appreciation: of;
worktogmer?1 clubs as a meads; of'uniting
classes of society! A notable parter" bia lord
ehip'a; address waa a euloginm on good beer
-:*3L~duel took place at Chantilly (twenly
. "Sreir miles from Paris) last week between
Mr^Aleiander Olrardln and M. Alb?n o? ibe
Figaro. The affair rose ont of an article
written by M. Albin and published In the I
Figaro reflecting upon the character of M.
Glrardla. The'. duel waa unattended by any
- tarions resolta. . I
-A dispatch lrom Parla announces that
. Minister Washburne and Count de Bern us?t
nave, agreed on ihe draft of a postal treaty
? which the postoffice authorities of both conn
^tries .accept. It ls believed that the minister
\jffinance will approve the treaty, and lt ls
highly probable that lt will receive regular rall
flcati on before the end of the year. It fixes the
?letter postage at eight cents lor one-third o?an J
ounce, and newspaper postage, wbloh was I
eight cents, ls reduced to three cents. Begls- j
cered tetters and the transmission of patterns
are also provided for. Complications arising
lrom the Btate of French finances have delay-j
ed'tte matter. . . j
-His Grace J. Reese ve 11 Bayley, late ot the I
. diocese.; of Ne warfe, N. J., waa last Sand ay I
daly Installed at the Metropolitan Cathedral of
Baltimore as Archbishop of Ballimore, and at
the same time invested with the pallium, in j
aocord ance wtthJ the rece ntl j-lssued bnU off
the Pope. Of course the Cathedral was I <
tirrcnged with people. There was besides af j
Texx large.attendance oi priests and prelates, I
'Includirignlneofthe eleven bishops of the I
province ol Baltimore, and over' a hundred I
p rles ts.'. The only Archbishop present, was I
. Arcjihl?bop McCloskey, of New Tork, who eat I (
on the left aide of the altar? but took no part, I (
in the cei?mony. ;?-. .*: jlj
-The-cable announces another revolt In L
- Ferrol, one OS th? prov I ? ces of Spain. Ita an-1.
no an ce ment in-the Cortes brought lorth a I,
disavowal on the part ot the A'.phonslstB and
Republican deputies of any complicity or I '
s vmpathy with the Insurgents. These revolts, I '
except those excited by. the Carliste, seem to j i
' be an impatience on the part of some ol the 11
citizens in the correction of aboses by King I (
. Araadeiia, who has, with all his ability, set to L
work to repair the rotten arches of the mon-1 f
archy to give-strength to a government j
whose only vitality ls In the historio memo-1
rles of a chivalry that has hardly an echo In
ita effete grandees, and whose sterling worth '
can fin? no hope of assistance from its de j I
generate surroundings. This is the reason 11
Its most substantial men seek peace in any 1f
gorden of oppression. 'The revolts there are M
' ' more sporadic than epidemic. I r
-MaDy amusing stories'are told of the L
youthful eccentricities ot Oscar ll, the pres- L
. eat King of Sweden. He was early noted for I
hui wayward disposition, and bis father insist
ed that .bia son should be treated by -his
teacher with the same severity as ordinary I(
school boya. DlssatlOed with his frequent I(
whippings, Oscar, - at the age of twelve, ran j '
' away, ind was lound in the streets ol Copen 11
.hagen playing marbles with a parcel of litte I (
v ragamuffins. At the age of seventeen be was I c
sent to the University of Upsala, and partid-1 <\
.pated in all the practical Jokes of the students. I (
In alz' months, however, he was recalled to I
iStockholm, where, among other exploits, he j
waa In the habit of running to all the Area in I r
the capital, and ot working with the utmost a
vigor at the-engines. When the Princess
Sophia, o? Nassau, was selected as his wife,
Prince Oscar went secretly to Lubeck, and, in I
disguise, travelled with the lady on the
steamer that conveyed her to Stockholm,
haying adopted thfs method of ascertaining for I !
himself the character and personal appear-1
ance of his In tended bride. I '
L?A' wrrW In the'New Orleans Picayune re- j1
commends the Introduction of a kind of ant I '
. lrom Central America to destroy the cotton I i
? and boll worm In the Southern States. He j j
says: ''During a long residence In Central ! ]
"AmericaI have noticed the habits of a very I
dlmlnuilve ant called the terrier ant'. No In-11
sect will approach Us habitation. It is per- I
' fectly harmless to vegetation, and will not (
permit any Insect or even animal to encroach !(
' upon their premires under penalty of death. I '
They do not build nests like other ants, but M
' live anywhere wuer? there Ia not a dense I >
tropical shade. "The writer la perfectly con- j '
vln?erjthat lt they can be Imported Into the I
' cotton regions o? the United States, and will
, stand the climate, the cotton and even the I \
boll worm will become a thing o? the past* 11
From many experiments in the destruction t
of Insect life, the writer forms his opinion, j ?
which can be corroborated by friends in Cen. j
tral America, Bhould any one interested in the j
cotton p.ant choose to write. The first occa. I
?loh that the writer had to test the destruc-1
tive attacks.of the terrier ant on insect life I
waa when string by a stinging scorpion contain-1,
ed In tne sleeve o? his coat-an Insect very te-1
naciouB of life, yet in less than three minutes 1
alter lt was given to the ants lt was dead, A ?
. Centipede, covered with a bard armor, suffer-1E
ed the same fate In four minnies and a lew se-1'
conda. A tarantula died in less tl an two i
Tnlantea. ' A snake nine feet long In fifteen I \
rninntes. There are numerous other expert-1,
men ts made by the writer,. which he could I,
give but- -deems unnecessary. The natives in I ?
Central America, transport the ants from place I (
to plac^r$jiput?Dg.a.nttle.suear la a bottle or I.
<^BOre*fgo"urd,) and when full, transport 11
them safely.", I*
-^oe" Prussian and French reports of af- P
felrs. In. . Alsace and Lorraine, the territory j 8
newly acquired by Germany from France, do j ?1
not seem to harmonize. The German officials J g
repart ?at* the material prospects of their
provinces, dating lu anticipation from Janua- J
ry, 1873, must be . considered good, as the re- J .
motel Of the Zollverein restrictions permits "?
the producta of Alsatian Industry to find an
outlet through any part of Germany; the to?
bacco monopoly Is done away with; the mails
made cheaper and sorer; the telegraphic sta?
tions regulated with regard to the good ol the
greateat number, and improved railroad
facilities afforded and new bridges built
across the Rhine. It ls also claimed that the
entire common school system has been reor?
ganized, compulsory attendance enforced,
and singing introduced, for which no provi?
sion was made in the French plan ol instruc?
tion. They OJBO claim that the first Prus?
sian census taken tn the provinces did not
show so great a falling off In population as
might have been expected. What might have
been expected Is not stated, but the French
accounts take a different view of the situa?
tion. "Compulsory attendance" would seem
to be more easy of enforcement upon schools
than populations, nor does even the siting
which has been Introduced in the public
schools arouse loyal echoes In Alsatian hearts.
According to cable dispatches October 1, the
expiration of the time granted to the Inhabi?
tants of Alsace and Lorraine to choose be?
tween French and German citizenship has
been followed by an Immense exodus, eighty
thousand Alsatians having emigrated to one
French town alone, while large numbers will
go to other places. It ls to be hoped that our |
own country may attract some of this indus?
trious and valuable population.
To tb? People !
This is no time for long talking or long
writing. What remains to be said can be
put in few words. This is election day.
State and county officers and members of
Congress are to be chosen by the time
the snn goes down. Between the Stale
officers THE NEWS has no choice. As
the only solution of tbe problem of
county politics, THE NEWS offers Hob-,
son's Choice-that is, partial reform,
or no reform at all. The argument
need not be gone over. Think of iL Put
prejudice and passion aside.1 Do not al?
low sentiment to control your ballot any
more than you allow it to control your com?
mercial affairs. Ponder iL . The election of
Hobson's Choice gives yon better men and
worthier men, as public officers, than yon
can obtain in any other way. Can you, who
have the interest of Charleston at heart, af?
ford to spurn a ticket which is infinitely |
better than the plundering ard malignant,
ticket which succeeded two years ago, and
will succeed now if yon, whose bottom dol?
lar is at stake, re?ase to vote for Hobson's
-To-day the Conservatives have the j
ahance of striking a blow for Beform. Vote
'or Hobson's Cheice. ..
The Congressional Election.
A member of Congress is to be elected to-!
lay to represent the Second District, which;
:onsists of the Counties of Barnwell, Bean?
bri, Charleston and Colleton. There are )
wo Republican candidates in the field,
lileutenantrGrOvernor Bansier and General
Wm. Gurney. Ii ia not likely that the white j
rote will have much inflaence, but, so far as
t goes, it should be cast for the candidate |
rho seems the more likely to work hard for
he solid .interests of this oity. . The City cf
Charleston, especially at this time, needs a
rigorous advocate of ber interests. There
ire appropriations to be made; lhere are
ival cities to watch; there are mail routes
o establish; there are malignant office-j
?olders to kick oat. It is, therefore, im
lortant, in the fullest sense of the word,
hat Charleston should have an intelligent
ind independent citizen as her spokesman.
L Conservative candidate bas not been
lominated. It remains then to support one
if the two Republican candidates, and it is
he opinion of THE NEWS that tbe Conser?
vativos should vote for General Gurney.
le is well known la Charleston as a mer
;hant. He stands well in commurclal
slrcles. And it is believed that his election
viii give this city, a fearless and staunch
?epresentati ve in the ! halls of Congress.
Charleston proposes to pick up some of the
irumbs which fall from the Federal tabla
"he way to do this is to vote for General
-Half a loaf is better than none. A small
neasure of reform is better than no reform
kt all. Vote for Hobson's Choice.
Some of the supporters of the ticket which
vas nominated at the Hibernian Hall on
Jonday night are candid enough to say tbat j
.hey do not expect any of their candidates to
se elected. They set up their men to have
Mern knocked down-for Principle. Now it
s very plain that if any citizen were to
jorsue this course in his basiness dealings
ie would soon find himself referred, by a
lodge of the United States Court, to aregis
rar in bankruptcy. Moral principle is an
?xcellent thing, and honor ie due to any set
if citizens who "live and die for Dixie.'
Sut on? ugly question suggests itself: Is
here any more principle, moral or political,
n voting the Monday night ticket than in
roting for Hobson's Choice ?
-The thinking men of Charleston will not
rote for the "Monday-nightere," because
hey know that, whatever its merits, their
icket cannot be elected. Vote for Hob
ion's Choice. .
Stand Together I
The nnterrified "Monday-nighters" de
:lare that their only purpose is to keep the
Conservative party together. Their motions
viii not do it No party on earth, in a rnis
roverned State like .South Carolina, can
Hand repeated, defeats. Men do desire
o be sometimes on the winning side. There
? no surer way or breaking up the Conser?
vative party than by leading it to certain
Meat. But the party will be consolidated
md united, if it be found that its strength,
ostead or being wasted, is thrown where it
Joes some good, to the Commonwealth.
Phis is the theory and practice of Hobson's
Choice. The election or that ticket is a
.ictory, inasmuch as it defeats the Mackey
ind Bowen Rings. One more de'eat will
lisband tbe Conservative army, and send a
;ood many of Ita soldiers into the Badical
-Mighty oaks from little acorns grow,
ole for Hobson's Choice.
Men who eternally do cry about princi?
ple are like unto the women who boast
that their virtue is unimpeachable. What
IB political principle after all ? It is a settled
policy-a fixed rule of conduct. The settled
policy of every sensible man is to do the best J
he can. That is bis principle. The fixed
mle with the man who succeeds in life is
that half a loaf la better than no bread.
That is his principia The Hobson's Choice
ticket meets both views. It is the best that
the people can do, and lt is a decided im?
provement upon the straight Radical tickets.
That is the principle of it.
-Every vote cast for the Monday night
ticket is a vote in favor of the Bowen ticket.
Vote for Hobson's Choice
Grind Another Tune.
The Courier again says that the ticket
which was put forth on Saturday morning,
and extinguished the next morning, met its
support. That ticket was a straight-out
white ticket. It was a challenge and de?
fiance to the colored citizens of the State.
The Courier must either take back its eulogy,
or admit that its settled policy is to refuse ;
to give the colored men a voice in a county
where they stand os fifteen to seven, and in
a State where they stand as nine to six. Let
the organ speak I No wiggling; the waler
wagtail business ia "played out"
-Many great political reformations have
had smaller beginnings than a Hobson'a j
Choice. Vote for it.
Tb? forlorn Hope.
Do not these good people who put up a j
ticket to be knocked down trifle with the
fortunes of Charleston? They admit that
their candidates will not be elected, and !
they know that every vote cast for their can- j
dldates helps either Mackey or Bowen to an
election. Yet they nominate their candi?
dates, and levy their election taxes. They
make their candidates pay for the grim
satisfaction of being defeated.
-In electing Hobson's Choice, Charles?
ton County will secure a better representa?
tion than it bas had under the new regime.
THE IRISHMEN OF CHARLESTON will have
a fitting and acceptable representative in
the next General Assembly if they elect the |
Hobson's Choice ticket, upon which Mr.
James F. Greene occupies (be first place j
among the Legislative candidates.
THE HOBSON'S Cnoice Legislative ticket is
[ beaded with the name of Mr. James F.
Greene. Will not the people bf Charleston
recognize that this is a vast improvement
over our representatives ot last year, or the
representatives that will undoubtedly be
elected if Hobson's Choice be defeated ?
-Vote early, and vote for Hobson's J
SEVERAL of the candidates nominated by
the "Monday-nighters" have withdrawn
their names. They evidently don't like this j
Idea of being put up to be knocked dowe
THE WELL IN TEE DESERT. By Emily Sarah
Holt. New York: Kobert Carter & Bros.
Charleston: Fogaril n's Book Blore.
This is a story for children, founded upon
English history in the Fourteenth Century, and
dealing with the adventures of the "Walden?
sian Gospellers" in England, Tho incidents
of the tale are well pat together, and the story
ls vividly and brightly told. Children will
find lt very interesting. Bound In the same
volume ls Afory Zane, a Story of the Sixteenth
Century, by C. Af. if., In which the destruc?
tion ot the Great Armada ls described with
considerable skill and power. Both booka to-1
gether make a volume ol 328 pages, which ls |
eold for $125.
TONTON AND POSSY. By Joanna H. Matthews.
New York: Robert Carter & Bros. Charles?
ton: Fogartle's Book Store. Pp. 243. Price
This is the first of a series to be called "The
Silty and Lula Books," and Is Intended for
very young children. The print Is large and
attractive, and the story simple and amusing.
TALES OF THE WARRIOR JODOKS. A Sunday
Book for Boys. By J. lt. Macduff, D. D.,
author of "Memories of Oennesaret," Aa
Mew York: Robert Carter A Bros. Charles?
ton: Fogartle's Book Store. Pp. 218.
Dr. Macduff is very well known as a writer on
Sorlptnre history, and his present volume has
considerable literary and historical merit.
The lives of the Warrior Judges of Israel are
narrated with many picturesque details, and i
in a sympathetic and hearty spirit. His des?
criptions of the topography of Palestine are j
based upon the latest and most trustworthy
researches, and altogether the book will Inter?
est readers of almost any age, and will be es?
pecially valuable for Its exhibition of ihe real
human interest which clusters around the
names and adventures ot such patriots and
heroes as Barak and Deborah and Gideon and
Jephthah and Samson. We can cordially re?
commend the volume.
Joint Stock QTompanrj.
THE CHARLESTON JOlVi' STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 201-TUESDAY MORNIWU. Oct. 16.
4- 1-78- 3-26-64-61- 9-39-68-60- 2
CLASS No 202-TUESDAY EVENING, Oct 16.
34-17- 61-72- 6-15-49-44-54-61-68-74
octl6 A. MOROSO. Sworn Commissioner.
Will be reopened to-day. Lunch from ll to 2.
The Bar has been refitted and supplied with Im?
ported Liquors and Cigars.
oct7-lmo Late Barkeeper at the Mills Hoaae.
jn^OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stook, iron, and au kinds of |
Dealers ia COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. _may2Q-mwflyr
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTBACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
that he. ls prepared to carry on thc GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
rjl T. CHAPEAU <fc CO.,
BBALBBS ANO DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN
.OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
The : ugh eat prices paid Xor Crude
^HsVwARDT^Wed^near^ S.O., ?c
tober 12, of Membranous Croup, ANDREW HASBLI..
Infant son or A. H. and Fannie S. Hey ward, aired
? mom ns and 21 days. *
^FOUR HUNDRED SINGER SEW?
ING li ACHINES jost received at MNUER WARE.
ROOMS, King Btreer, near Horlbeck's alley.
PROPOSALS IN WRITING WILL
bo received by R, GRAHAM k CO., fur the Van?
are Deposits of the Hills House stables for Twelve
Months. ootl6 4
jpn* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
VIRGINIA, from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that she is discharging Cargo at Brown's
Wharf. All gooda not removed by sunset will
rem "in on wharf at consignees' risk and ex?
pense. All claims mnst be made on wharf be?
fore removal or goods.
octie-l_W. A COURTENAY. Agent.
pa* PEOPLES' SAVINGS INSTITU?
TION-Fl SST SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND.-In ac?
cordance with tue Xl By-Law, a Semi-Annual
Dividend or THREE FER CENT, baa been declar?
ed oa all Deposita that have been m the above
named institution, for Six Months, and a propor?
tional rate on all such soma aa have been depos?
ited for a less period.
Depositors wm please hand In their Books to
have ihe Interest added. All Bnms deposited this
I month will draw ia terese from this date.
HENRY S. GRIGGS,
octlS-lo secretary and Treasurer.
.ja-FOUR HUNDBED SINGER 8EW
INQ UACBINESjostrece vedat SINGER WARE
ROOMS, King Btreet, near Horlbeck'a alley.
SOOTH GASOLINA LOAN AND |
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their books to
be Credited with Quarter's Interest doe 1st oe- j
All Deposits made un or before 20th October,
will bear Interest from lat October,
interest Six Per Cent., compounded quarterly.
F. A. MITCHELL,
?STFOUR HUNDRED SINGER SEW
ING MACHINES Just received at SINGER WARE
ROOMS, King street, near Horlbeck's alley.
pp* BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by the Proprietors at'Schiedam, In Holland. An
Invigorating Tonio and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pare, and free from al
I deleterious substances. It la distilled from Bar.
ley of the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry or Italy, and designed expressly for cases
of Dyspepsia or indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheo
I mallara, General Debility, Oartarrn of the Blad
I der, Patna in the Back and Stomach, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organ*. It gives relief |
lu Asthma, Gravel and Oaicnll ta the Bladder,
j strengthens and invigorates tte system, and la j
a certain preventative and care of that dreadful j
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION t-Ask for -HUDSON 0. WOLFE'S
For sate by all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
kfllUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, No. 18 south William street, New York.
pt* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
any or the Crew or British bark RANGER, from
Boston, as no debts of their contracting will be
paid by rae. J. FRANK COX.
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ABE HERE?
BY cannoned against harboring or traatlcg any
or the Crew of the Brit sh Bark "BEL STEWART.'
from DJ-ton, as DO debts of their contracting
will be paid by Captain PURDY, or
ccu i 3 ALFRED J. CREIGHTON, Agent.
?ser THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING OLUB are requested to call
on Messrs. MuNKE k MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order or the President.
J. C W. BISCHOFF,
pa* BURNHAM AROMATIC DENTI
FhICE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the J
month. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
G radnate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, S. C.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Br
J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A MUCKENFUSS.
^SB-DOYOU SUFFER WITH IND1GES
TION, Headache, Pain In the Shoulders, Cough.-",
Tightness or the Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructa?
tions of the Stomach, Bad Taste In the Month,
Bli .ons Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, these
Pains in the regions or the Kidneys, and a hun?
dred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings
or Dyspepsia. If yon would find immediate re
lief, use at once SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COM?
POUND or LIVER CURE, lt invigorates the
Stomach and stimulates the torpid Liver and
Bowels, which renders lt of unequalled efficacy
In cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and im?
parting new life and vigor to tue whole system.
It ls ready for Immediate nae, and for sale by
DO WIE, MOISE * DAVIS,
octll_Agents for So. Ca
pa* TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF?
FICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872.-Whereas,
by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, lt has been made to appear that the Bank
or Charleston National Banking Association, In
the city of Charleston, in the County of Charles
ton and State of South Carolina, hes been daly
organized under and according to tho require?
ments or the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to
provide a National Ourrenoy, secured by a pledge
of United States Bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
Jane 8, 1804, and bas compiled with all the provl
sloes of said Act, required to be complied with
before commencing the business of Banking no* ?
der said Act.
Now, therefore, I, JOHN a LANG WORTH Y:
Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
ceri lfy that the Ban k of charleston National Bank?
ing Association, in the City of Charleston, in the
Ocunty of Charleston and State of South Carolina,
ls authorized to commence the business of Bank?
ing under the Aot aforesaid.
in testimony whereof, wltneas my band and
Seal or office, this 10 tl; day of September, 1872.
J. S. LANG WORTHY,
Acting Comptroller of Currency.
Agriculture, ?orticuUure, Vt,
JUST BECE1VED AT SOUTH CAROLI?
NA SEED BOUSE.
Fine Double and Single HYACINTHS.
Fine Double and s ngle Tulips.
Floe Double and Single crocus.
Fine Lines. Narcissus. Single and Double.
A few tine Double carnation Plants, ransle,
Sweet william Pinks, Portnlea, Asters, Zinnias,
Daisies, Marigold, Mem al na Stocka, Thnmbergla,
and many ot heirs for the season.
Grass Seeds, Red Clover, Seed Barley.
BLUM k MILLEB,
OCU2-8W2 368 King street, slgu Plow.
WHEELEB & WILSON
THE BEST 19 THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting ana Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER * WILSON MANCF'O CO.,
aprfr-lyr No. 209 King street.
T~?1O1?5DGB, NO. 1?6, A. F. M.-THE
Bf g alar Communication of tbls Lodge will
beheld THIS RYKNINQ, 16t); lose, at Holmes'a Ly?
ceum, at 7 o'clock, A Lee iure will be delivered
by Brother William L. Kloir, Junior Warden. The
Fraternity are cordially Invited to attend.
By order W. M. M. GRE&NLAND,
TTENTION, WAGONER ARTILLERY
GLOB I-Attend a Regular Monthly Drill,
witu arms, of your Clab, Lind at ed t's Hall, THIB
EVE.MNQ, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. I. F. LILIEN THAL,
WANTED, A GIRL 12 OR 14 YEARS
to do Housework. Apply In Queen street,
next to corner of Archdal?._octiei
WANTED, A SMART INTELLIGENT
Young Lady to tend show case and finish
np pictures. laquire at HOOaTON S Gallery, No.
sag Sing street?_octi6-2?
WANTED, A SI1TTLED PERSON,
white or colored, to do Housework. In
gnu eat No. ll Pitt street._ootl6-2?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE?
TENT Operator on the singer sewing Ma?
chine. Steady ernploym. nt given at LANGLB? 'S
MANUFACTORY, No. 161 King street. oct!6-l?
WANTED, TWO WrUTE WOMEN TO
cook and wa*h, and to do housework In
a small family. Apply a1. No. 29 Pitt street,
WANTED, A SIALESMAN WHO
? understands th) dry goods business
I thoroughly. Address Boc No. 226, City.
WANTED TO RENT, A SMALL DWEL?
LING House In ihe western part of the
?cit?-. Apply at this offlea_oc"6
WANTED TO RENT, HOUSE WITH
Kooms and Razz J. Apply at NO.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AT No. 1
Ladson's court, s good Cook, with recom-1
meudatioos rrorn last ea ploy er. Wages promptly
WANTED, A CATHOLIC LADY AS I
organist in St. Peter's church. Apply io
I the Pastor._ccH4-3
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
Woman aa Nura3; good recommendations
I required. Apply at nc rin?ait corner of Tradd
I and Orange streets._octa
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND,
do housework. Apply at the north corner j
or amherst and Bay straeta, Hampstead.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE
TBNT Bookkeeper In a Factor's Onice.
Audres Box 373, wita references and salary.
WANTED, ALL TOGO TO "WHITE'o"
for their F urn lt are aaa save 20 per cent.
We weat lhere and wau snrptlsed to see so mnch
; Furniture at such low prices. His atoes c vers a |
I space of about twenty houaana square feet.
TAILORS WANTED. -WANTED A T
WM. MATTHIEU EC's- Tailoring House, cor?
ner or Elng and Wentworth streets, six first-cUss
I Pantaloon Hands, N< other need apply. Con
I a tant work guaranteed._PCM
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER I
SPIhl rSOF TH S WORLD. THE TKKA'V
UtiE HOUSE OF AM?1.10A. THE GREAT BOCK
OK THE YEAR. Agent? report salea of 26 lo 100' J
coplea la a few hoon Dr days. Prospectos free.
Add res* J. W. GOODSI'EED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Sr. Lotus, Hew Orleans.
MERCHANTS IlEQDIRING THE AID j
OF A BOUKKf ,EPr R OR ACCOUNTANT,
eau nave lt satisfactorily rendered by addressing I
"J," Box No. 431, Oha.'ieston Postomce.
Hu fi tnt.
TO RENT, H?1lr??f?iri3 MONTAGUE |
street. Seven looms, double kitchen, cis?
tern, well of water, large yaru. AU In perfect
order. Rent $36 per month. Apply at li AR r A
CO., corner Market and King streetB. octie-l*
TO RENT, STORR No. 188 KING
STREET, next to Singer Sewing Machine j
I ornee. WiU be rea te l very low to a good tenant.
Apply at singer ofllct ._octlfl-wfm8
TO RENT, PART OF A LARGE HOUSE,
with modern improvements, on Une of |
street Cars. Apply at No. 19 Rutledge avenue.
TO RENT, THE EE STORY BUILDING,
corner Unity ai ey and Esst Bay, comprising |
Restaurant and Barroom, with aU necessary fix?
tures, six square rooms and Kl ich en, with cellar |
capacity or three hui o red barrels. For terms, ap?
ply to H. FOLEY, No. 106Market street.
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS nm ding. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as he Publication Ofllce of TBB
NBWS, and lormerly known as the French coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the ufflce of
THE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 Ring street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two resnect
aole famUles, hating ail the necessary outbuild?
ings lor the accommodation of the same. There
la on the premises o je of the largest cisterns and
one of ahe best wea 1 of water in the city, apply
on the premises. sep24
THOS. P. ^?EALB7^TEACHER OF
the Plano, Organ and Vocal Mnslc. For
terms inquire at thu Music stores or at his rf si-J
dence, No. 40 Radcliffe street. oct9.wsme*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Annual Counts or Lectures In the Medical |
college ur tue State cf South Carolina wlU com?
mence on the uth day or october, ma.
For any farther Information, application mast
be made to the Desn.
GEO. E. TRESCOT, M. D.,
oct4fmw4_Desn of the Faculty.
CARD.-MRS. P. J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY lnioi ms her Pupils, and the paulie
generally, that she will resume her Instruct! na
on the Plano and tc her Soliege Class on MONDAY
next, october 2181
A new Solf?ge Ci us will be formed on TUESDAY,
22d Inst., at her residence, southwest corner I
Smith and Montague streets. Terms $12 ptr quar?
ter, payable In advance. ocil4
MRS. HOPSCN PINOKNEY'S BOARD
ING and Day School for Young Ladies, at Na
&8 Hasei street, oilers facilities for instruction lo
j the usual branches of English Education; also In
tlie Modern Languages, Drawing. Painting, Vocal
and Instrumental Music. Exeiclses wiU be re?
sumed october 1. sepl7-lmo
QHAxtLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
first MONDAY In October, and end tlie second
F/i i DAY in July, the term being shortened two
weeks to Induce pupila to remain uni ll the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants aud hose absent from the July Ex?
amination will te examined the first week.
I Prompt attendance requested, so that the Rega?
lar Exercises of the School be not retards
Pupils entering tt e second and third weeks wu.
bc oharged from 1 he first.
For Terms and Circulars containing pan lculars.
apply as above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
JJ M. WATERS & CO.,
(LATS WATERS, PIBRCE A CO.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
NO. 66 BBOAD STREET, NEW YORE,
Bny and Sell Contracta for Future Delivery of |
Cotton, strictly fi r a commission, so that no in?
terest of onrowii cao possibly conflict with that
of our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Union National Bank;
People's Bank, N<:w York.
Correspondent? solicited. ocl9-lmo
iii is cell anions.
ANOTHER."I^^FT?^Y^F~I N. E
Singing Canaries Just arrived -at KLEIN'S,
Nu. 339 King street; also fresa Seed. octlO-l*
rU) TO KLEIN-'Si No. 339 KING STREET,:
VJ He has jnst received a flne assortment or
Fruit, "fioDsou'd choice." Go and buy. It 1B
cheap., caa for those Dutchess Pears and yon will
find your tongue moving; even yon look at them.
Also, Oreen Ginger and tamarinds. . octlfl-'l..
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mules will find lt toi heir advan?
tage to call at HOQ AN 4 co.'S stables, No. 6.6
K.ng street, before purchasing elsewhere,
OCt9 WfmiOPAC* 5
FOR. SALE, A CRUSHING MACHINE,
suitable for crushing Phosphate ROCK: ca?
pacity irom 40 to eo tons per day; two horne
p.wer required to work lt. The above, complete
with extru Jaw plates aun gear wheels, for Bale
low. apply to GEO. A. TRENHOLMA SON.
FOR SALE, AT THE SUBSCRIBER7!
stables. Queen street, a lot of extra-one
Horses and Mums. P. WEST. oetl6-i*
MULES, HORSE8 AND MARES AT
R. OAKMAN'S STABLE. 86 church street,
near Broad, just arrived, ana for sale on time.
octi 6-8? ?_
ANUMBER ONE NEW MILCH COW
and CALF for sale, apply at No. 3 Colum
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OWUN, soo. of the late Henry
otjen, for Seventy-five Donara. Wul be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S._aog27
TTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
TT NE WSP AFSBa lu large or small quanu lei.
Price 5J CK.NTS> PE?i HUNDRED. Apply at th?
Offlfi-? Of THf*. WRWs_-_wwi?
"DULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
_D The above uamed PLANTATION, situated
m Barnwell Connty, live miles from Graham's
Turnout, on the South Carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven hnndred and mty
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
good elsy Cotton Land. There are also npon the
pi ?mises a line DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together with houses for the accommoda
tlon of twtnty laborers, Gin Hoose, Screw, Barns,
stables. Aa, allin good order. The place la per?
fectly healthy, with an abondance of fine cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston, S. C., ur to Dr. W. H. HAGQOD,
Blackville, S. 0. octl
AFAMILY OF THREE, OR TWO SIN?
GLE gentlemen, caa obtain Board at $e
eacti per week, in a private family, situation
central, and pleasant, Addww Borne. octl6-l?
PBIVATE BOARDING.-GOOD PRI?
VATE Beard caa be obtained for Permanent,
Transient and oay Boarders, on application at
No. 20 Meeting street,_octll-imwlmo*
TWO GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLE?
MAN and his WIFE, can obtain BOARD,
with pleasant Rooms, upon reasonable terms, at
No. 71 Broad street, on ihe south side, between
Meeting and Ring streets._ootlE
COUNCIL.-The City Offices will be closed,
tu conscqence ol the Election, THIS DAT.
By order of the Mayor...
W. W. SIMONS,
betlfl_clerk of Connell.
mRBASURY DEPARTMENT, CITY
J. HALL. OCTOBER isth, 1872.-This Office ls
now o,.en from 0 a. M. to 2 P. M, dally, for Pay?
ments of all Interest due npon the city stock,
except SATDRDAYB, upon which transf?ra of Stock
witt be made.
For the first ave days priority In payment
will be given parties paying Taxes to the city, in
part or whole, with said Interest. All Payments
or interest will be made by check, to be cashed at
Front Desk of .bia .< (flee, and where interest ls
enmelent for taxes they balance at par; bot where
leas, the penalty shall' attach on deficiency,
thongh paid tn currency, in conformity with Or?
dinance. P. J. COOGAN,
oetis o " _ City Treasurer.
^OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICH, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, OHARLKSTON, 8. G., OCTOBER
12TH, 1872.-The attentlou of all whom lt may
concern ls called to the following section of au
Act or the General Assembly of the state of t-onth
carolina, "To provide for the election of officers
of the incorporated Cities and Towns la the state
or Sooth Carolin a, passed the 25th day of septem?
'.X. All Rarroomii and Drinking Saloons, In tte
Town or Cities where such election ls held, shall be
cloned on the day of election; and any pei son
who shall sell to any person any Intoxicating
drinks on the day cf election, shall be guilty or a
misdemeanor, aud on conviction thereof, shall be
fined In a sam not Lesa than one hundred dol?an,
nor more than three hnndred dollars, or be im?
prisoned for a period not less tnan one month, nor
more than six months."
In conformity with the above, all Barrooms
Wh hin the City of Charleston will bo closed irom
12 o'clock Tuesday night, October isth, 1872, until
6 o'clock Thursday morning, October 17th, 1872.
Ky order or the Mayor.
0CtlS-2 JOHN C. M1NOTT, Chief of Police.
jjjjjjtg in gankrnptcTj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOOTH CAROLINA_In the matter of ALFRED
J. FREDERICK, Bankrupt, by whom a petition
for Adjocatlon or Bankruptcy waa fll;rl on tat
26th day of september, a. D. 1872, In said Court.
In Bankruptcy-This ls to give notice that on thc
Sd day of October, A D. 1872, a Warrant In Bank
rup tey was issued against the Estate of ALFREL
J. FREDERICK, o: Orangebnrg, ia the County ol
orangebuig, and State of South Carolina, whe
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own pen
tlon; tbatrhe payment of any debts and delivery
of any p operty belonging to said Bankrupt, tr
him or for his use, and the transfer of any pro
porty by him are forbidden by law; that a meet
lng of tho Creditors of the sala Bankrupt, t<
prove their debts, and to choose one or more As
Bigness of his Estate, will be held at a court o
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 72 Broaa street
charleston, south Carolina, before J. 0. (JAR
RENTER, Registrar, on ih- BBVBNTMNTH OAT Ol
OoTonsK,. A. D. 1872, at lo o'clock AM. _. .
R. M. WALLAOE,
oct4,16 U. S. Marshal, aa Messenger.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTIL?
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONLX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased t'-clr INSUR
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOS1X, ol
, Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchanti
and property ownots Fol?eles la the above named
Companies at aa low rates as any other first class
Companies. E. SfcBRINQ & CO.,
sep6-3moa_ No. 14 Broad street.
SDrngs at Wholesale.
L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER!
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 460 KING ST.iEET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON ANO HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey'a cold Cream,
English Dalby'a Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chlorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PUIS, ftc AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB BOOTH CAROLINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical instruments and Goods or foreign man
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night._laniownnlv
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE REJW
alATIO SYRUP. - " . .
Warranted under oath never to have faiiea io
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials or cure,
including Rev. O. U. Kwlug, Me<ila, Pennsylyaula;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of SchuyltlU. PhUadel
phia; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davie, Hlrttttown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas WN-?^KSS1
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J Y. Creeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, JJ?T
deD, New Jersey; ex-Senator stewart, Baltimore,
ex-Governor rowell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted tocare or money refunded.
DB. GEO. CAUL1ER, Agent,
July l-l vr Charleston, S.O.
(9 r ? r en es , jCfifttora, ^
60 oblo, BALDWIN APPLES, all rraa from oreh
nrd day or shipment eg
26 bbto. Prime oalona.
La nd! DR par Merced lt a. For sa'e bv V
o?"-t_ ROACH A MOFFBTT.
T O'DLOW BA OGLING. ?
7* roll? and no bair rouaor this favorite brand
of BAGQiNQ direct from Factory, andToraale ac
mar?0etora,eSl>y J. N. ROBSON,
No. 68 Eaat Bay and Noa. land 2 A tl? mic wharf.
. ootie-i ... ii.-.-, J.H.Jy-.j.
J" OLES AND HAMS.
16 hbd*. Choices. C. Smoked J?LES
io linda. No. 2 Untagged Hams.
Now landing per steamer Kennedy, ar * for
sale by PAUL a LALANE * ' 0.
QANNED GOODS- -
loo cases PEACHES. 2 lb. cana
200 caaes Tomatoes, 2 lb. and 8 lb. oana
loo cases Club Fish, M, x and whole boxes a
60 cases Lobsters, 1 lb. cans
76 cases Oysters, 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans . . ? ?
loo cases Assorted Jelly
176 cases Mixed Pickles, pints and quarts
300 boxes Morgan's Soaps.
New landing, and for sale by
0Ctl6-2 _PAUL B. LALANE A 00. .
QOALI COAL! COAL ! LANDING.
428 tons Genuine Red Ash EGG for parlor nae;
Stove and Chestnut for Cooking Ranges; I also,
White Ash for Steam En crinea and Foun darles, by
applying to F. P. SEIGNIOR'S. Coal Yard.
ecUB Corner Rast Bay and Hesel street, g
?pBTJITl FRUIT 1 FR?ltl ?; ;
Just received per schooner MARY E. MANQUM,
from Baracoa, Cuba, ..
1700 nu nc hes BANANAS ' '
60,000 Choice Oranges .? SJi& y
600 Large Grape Fruit
4 bo: a. Fine Green Ginger. a ?.'
Also have in store Fine Northern APPLES,
Lemons, Pora'oea, Onions, whola, half and ?ta?ar
boxes Ea laina, Figs, Currants, Dates, cl tr an. Sat*
of all kinds, r?ala ?a Grapes, Pears, aral.Ac,
which we will sod at the lowest cash price.
Parties wonld do weU to call befo-e perobastog
elsewhere. ... c. B?VRT A co.,
oe114 -3 Noa. 55, 67 and ?0 Market street.
JJO. 1 PERUVIAN'GUANO. , ; * 7 ;;
100 tons No. 1 Peruvian, Chincha and Guana pe
GUANO. For sale by \.:r.:.yJx .:.. ? ?J
HERMANN BULWINKLB, ,
oo'.s . Kerr's Wharf.,
OHN S . DUNHAM '.S,. ::
YEAST POWDER, , ~
For parity and strength, ls unequalled, AH nouse
teepers who use lt once will have no other. Ask
your Grocer for lt, and tat e no other.
JnlyW-mwf-Smo _. "... ... ? . fa
JgORNEO BAGGING.. ?S:q^o '
loo balee Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For aale
by HERMANN BULWINKLB,
0018 ' .,; /;;::;\;,,xett!a;^atfc:v
pCK)DFORTHEMimON; 1. 7 il :I ,
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE;' AOS,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONEUSS;
YOUNG SHAD. ,\, X?' /.
The Cheapest and bett . Food _ la existan?,. DA
whole, halves and ^oaiter boxas. -V, Ur
PAUL B. LALAOT *:CD,^I I' ,
No. 176 Eaat Bay,. Charleston, E. c., sole Agents.
. v ;* nu. .f;iv.'t *rfi i?*ifct;?w
ri .. i ; ? - :...;:. .i'ro ;-'u um* i
.. . . .? ir. .:. ! ; -.:n>'?if~
. r-.: ? r.iri*/ v;?il .?.??':tt
:?. ?, .. . . ..- ?-t? tfo*!,^)-!
: .'? ^ r *ffa&
-,:.?, -J ,?5?<r?*Lr. >?*> !
"yrr IL s O N ' S G ttpf?f R?g
WILSON'S GROCERY la no w offaring the most *
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to t? round
In thia city. . . I. : ( .T KXI
They have been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, and their purity. endorsed by
tbe moat eminent physicians of CharJesjUn?, ; .
Parties desiring a pare artic!, can alwaysrery '
on LI qa ora sold from thia eattbUshsf?ti^aad
recommended. , . m-nus?v
A fall aapply or low grade? on hand. '
jKf Address Box No. 88a. .?' .?:>'-.. ?i ni.-, i:,?..
HALIBUT F? I5?- S .
?arr. ?lal .<?b. ??.
?fi i-; HALIBUT FIK8.
Foraalelowat . .^^???^
All Gooda Delivered Promptly, j Xvt? gig
CANNED FEAOHBS1 .OJtif^'D
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.*;
For sale low at WlLSONS'Ol^Rn
No. soc King street.
jg-AU Gooda delivered ftes. '- : :? _;;;5' - "
CANNED TOMATOES I : CAW^^?P
MATO ES 1 -.y ?.>r .-.
700 dozen 21b Canned TOMATOESj^V
For aale low at m^^,J}3PiJl^Lr
No. 30? King street
ta- AU Goods delivered free. ? ... ?v' '.
oYRUPI SYRUP t aYBto?X$
GOLDEN SYRUP, e? canta a ajailen?///J^?'J- >
WILSONS', QRO0BRy,.; .
No. 8? King street.
*9> All Goods deUvered ?r?eu . >"^,:,
BARGAINS IN TEAS; TOFF^'?BO- -
OERIES AND PROVJBR?BB. t
Warranted to snit tbejrt^.^M?t^S?^
A3*AUGood8 delivered free. ' ' " , :,
NEW CODFISH. HGKLEp SALMON]
SP10ED SALMON. ' " " [j
Extra NO. 1 MAOKERBL
sa-AU Goods deuvered fcee., ,
NEW SMOKED BEEF,WSj^^Sl
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Plat Pork .
?smoked Pig Tongues '
aa-AU Goods delivered free. iioriuM . <
Mineral Sperm (Dil.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will 'not
Ignite at 300 decrees Fahrenheit, and la entirely
cdorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing booses ls m valuable.
Recommended by the Board- of Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectora, President of Chamber
or commerce and Captains or steamers
trading to thia port, and by hundreds :
or families who are nov
using it in the City.
Ja raore brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now in nae. r
OIL BUR ERS ANOIOHUODES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER.
Sole Agents ror the State or Sooth Carohaa.
D. alers In Paints, O la. Glass Ac., Act ?.. -
No. 93 East Bay, j. o nth of Post?nica.
oct7-lmo Charleston, S?o.
VAN DE0SEN?SWOBM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pore san tonina ) ><(..
Pleasant. reiiaWe and eaneta?;: has ?u>OfVtho
DR. B- B-VES, No, 181 Meeting street.