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No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, 8. 0.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1872.
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NEWS OF THUS DAT.
-It ls estimated that tb ere ara 80,000 Jews
in New York city.
-Prince Leopold, fourth BOU ot Queen Vic?
toria, has Just entered Oxford University.
-English railroad companies prosecute per-1
sons who Jump from trains while in motion.
-The annual Importation o? champagne
Into this country ls estimated at 2,400,000 bot- j
-An extensive toy dealer In Boston has Just
had a doll opening, which was largely attend?
ed by .the yoong folk.
-The Installation o? Bl. Hon. Benjamin Dis-1
ruell, as Lord Sector of Glasgow University, ls J
announced to take place In November.
-Frederick Hudson was offered a salary of I
?so.ooo per annum to go back and conduct the [
editorial department of the New York. Herald,
-The Galveston Chamber of Commerce was
recently Instrumental in securing the convic?
tion ot a person for fraudulently packing cot?
-Forty boy choristers are employed in the
choir of St. Paul's Cathedral, London. Dally
aervicea are^helidurlng the week, in addition
to the regular service on Sundays.
-Mr. Heed, the late chief constructor of J
the British nary, ls reported to have declined
an offer ol $100,000 per annum to take a simi?
lar" position under th? Prussian Government.
-The riots at Belfast will cost the people of I
that town some fourteen thousand pounds, re?
sulting from damage done to property during j
. ' -A rich English Catholic lady-a M?s. Sta?
pleton-has just placed ber country seat, near
Warrington, at the disposal of sixty members
of the Society of Jesus, driven from Germany,
tn oder that they might open an educational ?
-The death ls announced, at Calen tte, of J
tile son of Tl pp oo Sahib, who died, aged seven?
ty-nine years. He waa about fifty years eld
when his father besieged, for the second
tinse by th? English In Seringapatam, perish?
ed, sword tn hand. Bin ce that time he had
lived in Calcutta, where he received an an*
nus) pension of twenty thousand dollars, paid
Im hythe English Government,
-A curioua example ot military courtesy
and ol a desire to attain what la not always to j
Ba ' ronna.-a history which does not ile-is ;
shown In. the not of Field Marshal Yon Moltke,
who ls sending to Marshal McMahon proofs of J
th? work On the Franco-German war, written
by the German general staff, in order that
the French commander may correct;any part
of the work, which may misstate the part
taken lr. the campaign by the French marshal.
-A lady who "met the author "Ouida" In
London-in fact, lived in the same house with
her-describes her as exceedingly eccentric.
She Lr middle-aged, plain, but welrd-looklng,
and tlriyes in tflb most bizarre fashion. Her
gjaajgyi are entirely gentlemen. She makes
petsof. various uncanny animals, surrounds
uAQt^ w?t?i all manner of curious objects, h
keeps the most Irregular hour?, and generally I,
one as a cross between a sorceress \
and a lunatic.
-The experiment of Mr. C. F. Sampson,
who, rt waa at one time thought, had brought
the PhUMlneu Into North Adams, Massachu?
setts, in the shape of the Chinese laborers tn
kia thc* factory, ts reported by the Springfield
"Unlou" to be a success. It ls nearly two
year? since these Chinese were brought on by
Mr. Sampson. Of the original fifty laborers
first set at work forty-eight still remain, and
are In all respects first-class workmen, indus*
triona, faithful and reliable. During the time
they have been employed they have so fully
mastered the difficulties of their work as to be
able,at. the present time to produce larger re?
sults every week than the same number of
white banda were accustomed to do two years
ago. They work steadily, ask for no holidays,
and save tue tr earnings to a miserly degree.
Wa hear, however, of no other manufacturer
who, upon Investigating the results attained
by Mr. Sampson, has been led to employ the
?ame labor. It ls really ourlons to note the
contrasta, both in California and Massaohu
setts, and measurably in other places, be
tween the anticipations formed of the Chinese
as laoor?rs and servants, and the actual facts
-A gentleman fr* m Malta by the name o?
M. Buge)? has been astonishing the fashiona?
ble gamesters at Ho m BO urg by certain recent
operations tn cards. These operations have
been conducted greatly to his advantage and
to the proportionate loss oi the proprietors of
the gan Wing establishments. It ls well ^nown
toat roany venturesome Individuals take he?'t?
ual pleasure in deluding themselves with the
Idea that they have discovered a "system" by
means of which they must Infallibly win In
their con tests with o h an ce. Armed with these
?ystem?, they confidently repair to the tables,
like Thackeray 'a hero o? the "wheel ot fortune,'
.nd In like manner come to grief. The proprie?
t?re recognize in these persons their most pro*
Atable customers, and welcome them with cor?
die il ty. This M Bngeja also had a system,
and asked M. Blanc, the Hombourg proprietor,
if he might stake 26,000 franca at a time In?
stead of 12,000, the usual limit. M. Blanc,
fo'rseelng a golden -harvest, cheerfully con?
sented, but what was his surprise and the
surprise pf the spectators to find that la
"twenty-two sittings the Maltese adventurer
bad woa 1,000,000 francs. M. Blano then re?
duced the limit to the usual figure, when Boge
Ja affably remarked that his system required
larger stakes, and prudently departed with
bis'winnings. If Mr. Bngeja wishes to make
another million more quickly still, he should
take out a patent for his discovery and offer lt
. tor sale in America.
-The Earl of Shaftesbury is building a new
town for workingmen a short distance out of
London. Small dwellings therein are rented
lorasnmatwhiob.it would be impossible to
live in the city, except in a tenement bouse.
The officers of the railroad running through
the property have * the good sense to run
early and late trains, at low rates ot fare,
espeolaUy to snit the laborer. Fresh air, good
water, and yards fd? the children to play In,
form a sharp contrast to the crowded courts
and 'alleys, the squalor and foulness of the
great oily. The expense of living in Lord
Shaftesbury's village ls no greater than in
London, while access to work ls even more
convenient. The scheme has been, in fact,
such a decided success, that the first stone for
another town for workingmen has been laid
on the line of the Chatham and Dover Rail?
ways. The site has been purchased by an as?
sociation o? gentlemen, who will proceed to
build on lt twelve hundred houseB, well con?
structed and thoroughly drained. Bach house
will have a little plot of land attached to lt,
and it ls the design of the association to lease
these houses to workingmen at a rent which
will cover the interest and a portion of the
purohase money, BO that in a short term of
yean the tenants will have paid for the dwel?
lings wnloli they eocupy, when they are to re?
ceive deeds of the bouses and land. The com?
pany is to build a hall for lectures, a library,
a school-house, and other public buildings,
while a large plot of ground will be reserved
for a park. A co-operative store is also to be
built, but public houses and drinking shops
will be absolutely prohibited. If Hr. A. T.
Stewart, with his Hampstead Plains, or other
wealthy gentlemen of the overcrowded city of
New York, would imitate this example, lt
might afford a solution of a difficult problem.
Vote for Horace Greeley.
Than Sooth Carolina no State gave to the
nomination of Horace Greeley a more cor?
dial approval And this was done when the
Democracy in other sections of the country
were holding aloof to watch the coarse of
events, and to see whether the Liberal can?
didatos were likely to receive a widespread
support. The public presses of this State
worked hard to secure the endorsement of
the Liberal movement by the National Dem?
ocratic Convention ; the delegates from South
Carolina were all Greeley men ; the voice of
the Conservatives in thia State had a magi?
cal eflect In suppresalng dissension and
promoting harmony of action. The deep
underlying cause was that the South Caro?
lina Conservatives desired to show unmis?
takably that they accepted In good faith
the resulta of the war; that they earnestly
prayed for the coining of a new era of re?
union, reconciliation and peace. The time
has come when they must again prove that
they are incapable of double-dealing, and
that their endorsement of Horace Greeley
was no idle show.
The Presidential election is close at hand;
and a Liberal electoral ticket, for South
Carolina, ia placed in nomination. It might
have been difficult Jo secure a State conven?
tion promptly, or at all; and Presiden tint
electors have been chosen by the Liberal
and Democratic committees. THE NEWS
would have preferred to see this work done
by a convention of the people, bat it is too
late to talk of that now. ? The electors are
before the Stale; lt remains to give them
the largest practicable vote.
It is not pretended that Sooth Carolina
will be carried for Greeley, bat, with energy
and tact, socha result is by no means Im?
possible. The Radicals are exhausted by
the canvass through which they have jost
passed. They He on their oars. A strong
effort will roll np a Liberal vote which shall
astonish those who think Sooth, Carolina ls
certain to go for Grant. The Conservatives
are fresh and fall of spirit. They owe it to
themselves to go squarely to the polis. They
can do no more than this; they can secure a
large number of colored votes for honest
Horace Greeley. If the day is not won, let
the Conservatives at least give to the Liberal
candidates the largest vote polled for any
anti-Radical ticket since the close of the
Poor 01d,Ireland t
England m ast be hard ran for sympathy
when one of her most eminent historians
thinks it worth while to cross the Atlantic
ind enlighten the American public upon the
3abject of Ireland. This is the mission
which Mr. Fronde bas undertaken, and his
first lecture in New York is' evidence enough
that a better man never advocated a more
difficult and delicate canse. The lecture
waa replete with the literary graces of a
highly-cultured mind, and with the strong,
sturdy thought of English genius. The
famons historian employed ois learning and
sloqaence to convince rather than to amase.
He intends to make converts rather than to
?well the throng of bis admirers. He bas
left mnch important work at home, to do
what he evidently regards as a yet more Im?
portant work here. In considering the
present condition of Ireland, and her con?
tinued unhappy relations with the dominant
nation, Mr. Fronde has set' before himself
the task of attacking the evil from the Amer?
ican side. Well nigh despairing that Eng?
lish statesmen can devise any father meas?
ures eflectual In making the nominal anion
of the three kingdoms a real one, he elo?
quently appeals to the United States to
arbitrate between them, and to declare what
lt is right for England and for Ireland to do.
Such an appeal ls surely most flattering to
bis American audience; lt ls a manly recog?
nition on the part of one of the foremost
Englishmen of the time, of oar power and
sense of justice. But lt will be difficult for
even so subtle an Intellect to devise any
practicable method for such an arbitration,
or to persuade as, even were such a method
to be Invented, that it would be a proper
fonction for us to perform. England must
settle her own domestic differences, as we
settled ours; and would be as indignant with
even a cousinly interference In them as we
should hav T been in the time of our own
Mr. Fronde's view bf the Irish question is
a thoroughly English one. He is willing to
do anything within the limits of the present
"settlement to pacify and satisfy the subject
Island; bat England "cannot and will not
"let go her hold upon an island lying close
"by her side." He concedes that Ireland
would have a right to her independence if
she coald conquer it and maintain- it by
force; but until she does that it would be
self-destructive folly in EnglaSd to permit a
separation. Mr. Fronde is familiar With the
m i o utes t details of -Irish history, bat there
are some vital points In it which he either
glances over or wholly omits. The Irish
I are a senaillve race, and they cannot easily
forget the devastation and ruin which fol?
lowed the conquest of the Plantagen eta or
the ruthless cruelty with which the Protec?
tor Oliver trampled ber in the dust And
there is a still later ?nd scarcely less rank
ling memory. No man knows better than
Mr. Fronde that the parliamentary anion
between Ireland and England, at the begin
Ding Of this century, waa forced by fraud, vio?
lence, and an arrogan t disregard of the will of
the Irish themselves. That anion is aa hateful
to them to-day as lt was three-quarters of a
century ago. O'Connell's whole agitation
was for its repeal. Its repeal would not
dissolve England's supremacy over Ireland,
for England governed Ireland for centuries
before the union was effected. For euch a
repeal, and for that only, the Home Bule
party is now clamoring. Nothing short of
it will satisfy Ireland, and perhaps that
might not To the American mind the
differences between the two countries are ir?
Th? Question, of Insanity.
This plea bas become inseparable with al
most every murder case tried in this country,
and the more lt ls discussed the more
Intricate lt ls made by the lawyers,
until any kind of passion which results
in criminal violence is tortured into In?
sanity. Recently in a Memphis court, Ina
trial tor murder, a witness, Dr. J. E. Allen,
who h.'- J been a practicing physiolan for thirty
years and the superintendent of the Kentucky
Lunatic Asylum for ten years, and during that
time had charge of two thousand lunatics,
said: "The more I studied the question of in?
sanity, the less I understood of lt; and lt you
"ask me where it begins and where It ends,
"neither I nor any other physiolan in the
"world can tell you." This was Dr. Allen's
scientific opinion of science; but he warmed
up as he went on, and added: "On occasions
'like this, lawyers make fools of themselves
"In trying to make tools of the doctors."
Bien of Few Words.
Some men use words as riflemen use bul?
lets. They say but little. The few words used
go right to the mark. They let you talk, and
guide with their hands and face, on and on,
till w'-iat you say can be answered in a word
or two, and then they lance out a sentence,
pierce the matter to the quick, and are done.
Tour conversation falls Into their mind as a
river toto a deep chasm, and 1B lost from
sight by its depth and darkness. They will
sometimes sui prise you with a few words
that go to the mark like a gunshot, and then
they are silent again, as if they were reload?
ing. Such men are safe counsellors, and true
friends where they profess to be such. To
them truth is more valuable than gold, while
pretension ls too gauzy to deoelve them.
Words without point, to them, are like titles
without merit, only betraying the weakness J
of the blinded dupes who are ever used as j
promoters of other men's schemes.
Jj! ITE I NS ? if A NO E .
THE NORTH BRITISH AND M ERC A NTH
OP LONDON AND E D I N_ B C R? H ,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased tb elr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHON1X of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any ot tier first-class
Companies. E. 8KBRING ft CO.,
sop5-3mos No. 14 Broad street,
SONS having demands against ihe estate of
tnelate CHARLES N. HUBERT, deceased, will
present the same property attested and those
Indebted will make payment to ANN HUBERT,
Qualified Executrix. _oot22to3
win resume ber Lessons In Dancing on
MONDAY, 28lh October. She wUl be pleased to
meet her Afternoon and Night Classes and ber
Private Pupils for the present at her Residence,
No. 88 Bull street, corner of Lynch.
CARD.-MRS. P J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY Informs her Pupils, and ihe putdlc
generally, that she will resume her instruct i ns
on the Plano and to her Solrege Class on MONDAY
next, October 21st.
A new Solf?ge Claas will be formed on TUESDAY,
22d Inst., at her residence, southwest corner I
Smith and Montagne streets. Terms $12 per qo ar- [
ter, payable in advance. octu
QHAELESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION Will begin the
first MONDAY in october, and end the second
FRTDAT m July, the term being Bhortened two
weeks to induce pupils to remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex?
amination will be examined the first wrek.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks win
be charged from the drat.
For Terms and Circulars containing particulars,
apply as above. MISS E. A KELLT,
X HALL. OCTOBER 15th, 1872.-This Office is
now open from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., dally, for Pay?
ments of all Interese doe upon the ulty stock,
except s ATCRDAYs, upon which transfers of Stock
will be made.
For the first Ave days priority m payment
will be given parties paying Taxes to the city, in
part or whole, with said Interest. AU Payments
ot interest will be made by check, to be cashed at
Front Desk or this nfflce, and where interest ls I
aomcient for taxes they balance at par; but where
less, the penalty shall attach on deficiency,
though paid tn currency, in conformity with Or?
dinance, p. J. COOGAN,
octl6 8 City Treasurer.
NOTICE.-HAVING HTD^MUCH EX
PERIEN JE In repairing Weighing Soalea ot
every description, would solicit public patronage
in reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 18? East Bay: Messrs. H. Bischoff A Co.,Wh?le
sale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Th. mas A. Barnard,
Public Adjuster or WeightB and Measures.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct6-2mo3 Charleston. 8. 0.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting ana Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G 00.,
aprt-lyr No. 200 King street.
tin s mr sc Caro?
1 would respectfully inform my friends that I
have resumed business at No. 26 Vendue Range.
Provision and Produce Commission Merchant,
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARK LET A CO
Desires to Inform his mends and the public
1 that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at
, tended to, Designs and estim?tes furnished upon
^ M A S S MEETING
UNION REPUBLICAN PARTY
will be held in front of the City Hall, on FRIDAY
EVESIKO, 26th Instant, at 8 o'clock. The Meeting
will ne addressed by
HON. GEORGE H. WILLIAMS,
Attorney-Ge Qeral Of the United State?,
GENERAL JAMES A HALL, of Maine.
The Republicans are requested to turn out in full
F. W.H. MACKEY, Chairman
Or the Union Republican Party.
oct22-tnthf3? Charleston County.
OBANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. P. Mi
An Extra communication of this Lodge
win be held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Candi?
dates for the F. c. and M. M. Degree will please
attend. By order w. H. JN0. B. REEVES,
pegg_ _. seoretary.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Attend Regular Meeting at
P> tnlaa Hall, THIS EV?NINO at half-past 7 o'olock.
By order W. c. J. C. RIPLEY, W. R. S.
WASHINGTON FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting or your Company THIS EVENING, at 7
By order. 0. H. SCHWING,
an Extra Meeting at Charleston Library
Rooms THIS DAT, at l o'clock P. M.
By order. A. G. MAGRATH, JB.,
ClOTILLION CLUB.-THE ANNUAL
' MeetiBg will be held at the South Carolina
H. ll FRIDAY EVEN INO, the 26th Instant, tat 7
o'clock. EDWIN P. FROST,
0CM2-4_ Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
Monthly Meeting of the Association will be held
THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall, corner of
Society and King streets.
By order. D. B. GILLILAND,
POI 21_secretary and Treasurer.
SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF THE
WIDOWS ANO ORPBANS OF THE CLERGY
Ut' THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN
TUE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The llOth
.Anniversary Meeting will be held at the Mans on
Moase, Broad street, on WEDNESDAY, the23d Inst*
at 1 ?'clock. K. H. FROST,
oe UP Secretary.
ANTED, A SMART GIRL TO BE
useful about the house; one that can
sleep on tbe premises. Apply In Amherst street,
one door from Nassau street._oot22-l*
WANTED, A STEADY WOMAN OR
girl to cook and wash for a small family.
Apply at No. 283 East nay to-day._ogjjMj
WANTED, A COMPETENT BUTLER,
also a Chambermaid, one that ls a good
waaner and Ironer. Recommendations required.
App.y at No. 6 St. Phillp street, opposite Normal
WANTED, A MAN SERVANT, TO
walton a amad family. Liberal wages
I paid a oompetent person. Recommendations re?
COOK WANTED, AT No. 68 BASEL
WANTED, A SITUATION AS
CHILD'S NURSE, by a respectable young
woman; would do chamberwork or sewing. Ad
dress B., News office._oct22-l?
WANTED, A CHILD'S NURSE. AP?
PLY at No. 27-Bull street, third bouse
west or Rutledge, sonth side, at 12 o'clock. Rer
WANTED, A GOOD JOURNEYMAN
BAUBER. A steady man preferred. Ap?
ply io 0. K. NESBIT, No. 102 Market street.
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND DO
noueework-. Apply at No. 21 Cumberland
street, near Meeting street._oct22-2
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
waso tor a small family. Apply, between
II and 1 o'olock, with' recommendations, at No.
126 calhoun street, between King and Meeting.
WANTED, A COOK. APPLY AT
nortnwest corner King and Morris streets.
WANTED, FOR THE WINTER, BY AN
English family, % lurnfahed house or part
of same. Address G., NXWB office. ost21-i?
WANTED, FURNISHED APARTMENTS
suitable for a family of three, with con?
venience for housekeeping. Address J. E. D.,
Box las p. o. _ . octi7
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COMTE.
TKNT Bookkeeper in a Factor's Office.
Add res Box 873, with references and salary.
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furniture and save 20 per cent.
We went mere and was surprised to see so much
Farol tu re at snch low prices. Hts stock c. vers s
space of about twenty thousand Bquare feet.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPlhirSOF THE WORLD. THE TREAS
U aE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE YEAK. Agents report sales ot 26 IO 100
copies in a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Addres* J. W. QGODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, sr. Louis, New Orleans.
Coot ano iormo.
L~OST^YEOTERD?Y, A BUNDLE OF
Tax Receipts and other papers of the late
Ansel Deiesdilue, The Auder will please return
the same to tola office. oot22-l*
FOUND, CRYSTALLISED "HORE
HOUND CANDY," at COHEN'S MEDICAL
DEPOT, nuder Pavilion Hotel. oct22-l*
the western part of the city, consisting of
tour rooms, with double piazzas. Apply at the
Southern express Offlee._oct22-2
TO RENT, A TWO STORY BOUSE
No. 48 Cannon street, near Smith, contain?
ing six square rooms, two story kitchen, stables
and outoulldlngs, all complete. Apply on the
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE No. 2 Ltmehouse sireet. Apply to J.
FRASER MATHEWES, No. 60 Broad street. .
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS IN A NICE LO?
CALITY. To a good tenant rent low. Apply
I ai, No. 4 Wall street, near Laurena. oct21-2?
TO BENT, THE STORE No, 65 HASEL
street, knowD as the Hasel street Bazaar.
Apply to Ur. SOnOMuNS._octl7-thstu4
FOR BENT, THE LARGE HALL ON
third story of building southwest corner
Meeting and Market streets, suitable for club or
drill roora. THEO. STONEY, southern Wharr.
ELEGANT ROOMS TO RENT, TO?
GETHER OR SEPARATELY. Also, Com?
modious store, with Back Room, Yard and els
tern. Apply at lot Meeting street. octl8-4*
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 King street, next to corner
Burns laue. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOKSYTHE, MCCOMB &
CO., corner King street and Barns lane.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 3M Ring street, recently occupied by
FunSYTHE, MCCOMB A CO. The Storr ls nearly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures wm
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FuRaYTHE, MCCOMB A CO., corner King street
and Burns lase. octl-tnths
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND 00M
MOD1UUS Buildlog. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the publication Office or Tax
Nswa, and lormerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, AC, applv at the um ce of
THE N8WB, No. io Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two resoect
aole families, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings lor the accommodation of the s&me. There
ls on the premtaes one of tbe largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water In the city. Apply
on the premises. sep24
ASINGLE GENTLEMAN CAN OBTAIN
BOARD, with pleasant Room, upon reason
sole terms, at No. 71 Broad street, on the south
side, between Meeting and King Btreeu. ioctl6
gECOND ANNUAL GRAND BALL
WAGENEB ARTILLERY CLUB,
WEDS K 3D A Y EVENING, OCTOBER 23U
Lient. F. W. PIEPSE. Llene H. R.W?XCKIHO,
Ord. serg'r J. j. WAGSNER, Serg't J. H Kinns,
Corp'l J. H. STELLING, Corp'l GEO. STE:BBB,
Treas. F. W. JXSSBN, A mor er J. AHBKNS.
Private M. TRUST, Sec'y J. F. LILI K NTH AL
Private 0. BIEHL.
No tloketa sold at trie door. Members of tbe
vari?os Clubs are requested to come In Uniform.
CADEMY OP MUSIC.
OPENING OF THE SEASON,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINOS, OC?
TOBER 2SD AND 24TH.
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
BT THE POM F ROT SSEDAIR SEXTETT CLUB,
Prominent Artfsts : Miss VIOLA POMEROY, tbe
charming Contrait), conceded to have tbe purest,
sweetest and most powerful voice in America.
R. S. GLOVER, Tenor Absoluto of tbe JllchlngB's
opera Troupe. Tbe Sned ?lr rexiett Club, CHEV?
ALIER L. SNEDAIR, Conductor, Composer and
Solo t?larlonetlat, from the Italian opera, Paris,
having received fourteen Medals and Decorations
from the Musical Institutions of France, Germany
and Italy. Signor R. RE BEC Hi Ni, only success
fol rival of Paganini. Les r reres Como-AL?
BERT AND LOOTS-tue youngest .Violinists In
existence, playing all tbe Classical Music of tbe
Old Maateis. Mons. A. SHNE1DDER, Solo Flutist,
from Milan, recognized as tbe Paganini of Flut?
ists. E, B1LLHAKDT, Solo Bass Player. M. MA?
RIUS ECKERT. Frenen Horn Soloist, the only
competitor of the celebrated Smyth. D. MARI
ANNI, Violin Soloist, one of the oldest Instrumen?
talists living, originally of the Jenny Lind and
Parepa-Rosa Troupes. CE. BRONTE, Accom?
panist. LOOIS SNEDAIB, Conductor.
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle, $1 60;
no extra charge for Reserved Seats. Family
Circle and Gallery, 60 cents. octl7-e
stables. Queen street, a lot of extra-fine
Horses and-Mmes. P. WEST._oct22-l?
HOW IS THAT FOR HIGH?
Beautiful CRANBERRIES, two quarts for
M cents. Where? It most be at KLEIN'S. Na
m King street. And ir his health gets better,
you will And extra awi Fruit this season, and at
greatly reduced prices. Canaries only $4: tine
FOR SALE, THE STOCK AND FIX?
TURES of the weil Known Cigar Store or
v. Goetting, 196 King street. Also a lot of fa cy
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mules WUT und lt to their advan?
tage to eau at HOGAN A OG.'S Stables, No. 6ufl
King street, before purchasing elsewhere,
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and Commission Merchant, No. 0 Boyce's
Wnari, Charleston, 8. 0.,haa a few of the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horse Power ready
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES, No. 89
OBURCH STREET, CHARLES D. MCCOY,
fruyrletor.-Jost received, direct from Kentucky,
a car load of MULES and HORSES, sortable for
Carts, Farm and Buggy work. For sale cheap.
CHARLES D. MOUOY. 00tl9-3*
FOR SALE, A CRUSHING MACHINE,
suitable for crashing Phosphate ROCK; ca?
pacity i rom 40 to M tons per day; two horae
p .wer required to work lt. The above, complete
with extra Jaw plates and gear wheels, for Bale
low. Apply to GEO. A TREN HOLM A SON.
MULES, HORSES AND MARES AT
R. OAKMAN'S STABLE. 86 Church street,
near Broad, Just arrived, ana for sale on time.
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, tn fair
order. Price, $600. Also, a lot of SHAFTING,
Pulleys, Ac, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK
LiEY &- 00. ' aug22 thain
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE?
VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
10OO acres, capable of advantageous diviston, the
Property formerly of General Augustus M. Smith,
now of his widow. For terms and particulars,
apply to JOEL a. PERRIN, Esq., of Abbeville, or
to WARDLAW A CAREW, Charleston.
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRI OTJEN, son of the late Henry
uijen, for Seventy-live DouarB. Will be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S. ang27
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS tn large or small quanti les.
Price 60 CENTS FE'S HUNDRED. Apply at tnt
OfflWOfTHINRWK. rn av 1 ?
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, five ml ea from Graham's
Turnout, on the south carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven hundred and flfty
acres, two hundred and flity acres of which are
good clay Cotton Land. There are also apon the
premises a noe DWELLING, containing; six
rooms, together with houses for the accommoda?
tion of twenty laborem, Gin House, Screw, Barns,
stables, Ac., allin good order. The place is per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance of fine cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston, & C., or to Dr. W. H. UAGOOD,
Blackville, S. C. octl
FOR SALE, AT CHI CO BA MINING
AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S MINES,
8 rn;lea rom Charleston, one mlle iromNortheast,
ONE STE A M ENGINE, is Inch diameter cylin?
der, M inch stroke Engine; Shalt 6 inches in diam?
eter, with fly-wheel 8 leet diameter; solid rim sa
by 6 inches, and one 0 feet pulley, 21 Inch face
turned; Judson's governor, pampB, Ac, complete,
all la good order.
OLO Tabular Boiler, wir, 618-lnch tubes, 10 feet
long; grate bars; smoke stack, 82 feet long, steam
and water pipes complete.
One Patent Upright, heater, 6 feet high, 3 feet
The above will be sold as a whole or separately.
Ont 4 loch diam ter metal Shaft, turned, Si feet
long, conpied with ped estala, Ac On this shaft are
two 6-1 set pulleys, 18 inch laos, two 4-feet polleys,
14 inch face, and one 24-feet pulley, in inch face;
pulleys tamed on face.
Two pair 6 feet diameter French Burr Stones,
with Spindles, pateut Brash, Ac, complete, driven
by a 6 feet bevel mortice wheel.
Two Crushers ror Phosphate Rock, complete;
one entirely new, with gearing for driving same.
One 4-lnoh Shaft, 20 reet long, coupled and
One Wire Rope, K in oh diameter, about leo feet
One Rubber Belt, io>; Inches wide, eo feet' ong.
One Single screw Phosphate Rock Waabet, com?
plete, In good order.
There ia a tram read rrom the works to the
Northeastern Railroad, and suitable cars, which
wiU enable thepurcnasar to remove the machinery
with facility. . .
For terms, Ac, apply to
J. M. EASON A BRO.,
octl6-tutha8 Charleston, s. C.
Joint Stark Companrj.
OFFICIAL BAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOI.NT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit or the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 209-MOMDAT MOBNINO. Oct. 21.
44-69 - 46 -29-49-33-40-73-32- 4-61-63
CLASS No 210-MONDAY EVENING, Oot ?L
14- 6- 9-69-71-69-31- 37-30-22- 3-24
oot221 A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
<?oaarttter?t)ip0 ano fihssointiant
THE GOPARTNEBSHIP HERETOFORE
existing ander 'he name of WROTON A
STEADMAN is this da} dissolved by mutual con?
sent. W. B. Wroton w ill collect an accounts and
notes due the said firm, and pay au liabilities.
W. N. WROTON,
J. E. STEADMAN.
Graham's, S. C., October 10. UTI* octa:-8
WE THE UNDE RSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a copartnership, under the
name and style of COUNTS A WROiON, for the
purpose of carry mg 0 : the Cotton Factorage and
General Commission Business. Office Sooth At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row.
T. J. COUNTS,
W. H. WROTON.
Charleston, October 16, 1873. octio-lmo
Orjina, Crockxrg, #t.
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY,
AT THE OLD STAND,
KING STREET, CORN SR OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber would respectfully inf-rm his
friends and the public that tis stock ls now com?
plete ta CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plata
White and Fancy China, Glass and Fan cy China
Goods, Lamps, Shades, Ac, Ac
oe 110-1 ha t u3mos E. H. MCDOWELL, Agent -
JJ M. WATERS & CO.,
(LATS WAT?Hg, PIERCE * 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
N?. 66 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Bay and Sall Contracta for Fa tare Delivery of
Cotton, strictly for a commission, so that no In?
terest of onr own can possibly conflict with that
I of our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Colon National Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. ootS-lmp
miliitUTfi, Siran ?coes, Ut.
NO. 804 KING STREET.
Hrs. H. J. ZRRNOW would res pe ot fully an?
nounce to the pabilo that abe will open THIS TAT,
October nth, a foll line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, BoapsRlrts, Bustles, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, sacks. Furs, Ac. Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as nsuaL
Sole agent for M'me Demores t's PAPER PAT
I TB RN'S. Country orders will receive prompt at*
I tentlon. octl7-tbstu
jy?R8. S. WATTS,
274 KING STREET,
Will open, THIS DAY, a fall assortment of
[ TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS,
Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers,
Neok Handkerchiefs, Scarfs and Bows,
White and Blsok Lace Collars,
Black Lace and Lace Yells,
Linen Collars and Sets,
Blaok and Colored Velvets,
Velours and Velveteen,
Black crape, Crape and Love Veils,
Black and Colored Kid Gloves,
Black and Colored Guipure Laces,
. Cambric Edging and Inserting.
A foll assortment of Corsets, HoopBklrta and
MADEMOISELLE ESTELLE HAAS,
NO. 276 KING STREET,
Will open THIS (Thursday) MORNING, October
nth. a fall and handsome assortment of French
Pattern BONNETS AND HATS, Flowers, Feathers
and Ribbons. Fichus and Belts; also, Fine French
Corsets, noopsklrts, Bustles, Aa, Ac
QPENED THIS DAY,
A full and carefully selected stock of Fall and
winter Mllllnory tn all the new styles. ?
Crapes Crape Collars
Crape and Love Veils
Laces Lace Sets
infant's Hoods and Sacques
Corie ts Bus; les, &0.
octt8-fstn3_No. 420 Klug street.
Drugs at jjjgjgjjfc._
# SUSPENSORIES, and
The undersigned, representing one or the largest
Manufacturera tn tbe United States, offers to the
TRADE AND T? PHYSICIANS a full Line ot the
LATEST IMPROVEMENT* In the above articles
at Low Prices,
CONSISTTMO nf FABT OF :
Nickle Plated Steel and Brass Spring SINGLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-Pad Single and Donble
French Improved Pad Single and Double Trusses i
French Improved Pad, Son and Hard Pad Light
Spring, single and Double Trusses.
Buchet Pad, Soft and Hard Pad, Single and Double
Improved Radical Cure Men and Tontas'Single
and Double Trasses. .
Kid snd Ohamols Lined Self-adjnstlng Single an?
Chase's Improved Pad Single and Double Trusses
Reversible Hard and Soft Pad Single and Doable
Nickie Plated and Ivory Egg Pad single and Don
Common Right, Left and Doable Trusses.
Youths' and Children's Single and Double Trusses
in great variety.
Fitch's, London and improved Abdominal Bell
United States Anny and Navy Patent Hand-Made
Silk Thread and Cotton Suspensories.
Male and Female shoulder Braces-Elastic, Steel
Springs and Suspender?.
Rabbit Skin Chest Protectors.
Elastic Stockings, Knee Caps and Anklets, In Bill
Thread and Cotton.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
ggjjtj gLfaraitau, Ut.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE'' RHE?
- MATH) SYRUP.
Warranted under oath never to have failed ti
cure 28,600 Certificates or testimonials or cure
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania
Rev. Joseph Beggii, Falls of Schuylkill, Pniladel
Sola; the wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlgfctatown
cw Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con
gress irom Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands o
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded
Da. GEO. CAC Ll h. ti, Agent,
VAN DEUSEN'SWORM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pare Santonins )
Pleasant, reliable and effectuai; has stood th
test or many years.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DR. H. BA BR. No. 181 Meeting street.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonio
are now gening into general use, especially li
cases of deUcate females and childi en. They nu
be bad of DR. H. BARR,
No. 181 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the other ne?
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept ol
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
Alcohol, 95 per cent
Ac, 4c, Ac.
At lowest market rates. By
_DR. H. BABB. No. 131 Meeting afreet.
Physicians' Saddle Bogs
Physicians' Pocket Cases
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
JUST RECEIVED, AFRESH SUPPLY.
A fau line of all the most approved Medicines ol
this School-in tinctures, powders and pellets; tn
all dilations and potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Oases, with Small's Practice.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
<o hogsheads Cholea W?stern BACON SHOUL?
DERS. ,L, . .... ,^^r/ 1
- lOnogsheaos anfclx>?srHeavy Baron BelHee.
For sale low by BIEOKB A PBTERMAN.
octaf--- ._21 and aa Vendue Bange.
Jjl O B S A lt E,
Gilt Edged Qo9ben and Westen BUTTER
Factory and Western Cheese
Ni:? Tankee Brooms, nude lr 8. G.
Bice, also. ?U LUI iii "1 .
0Ct22-2_ADOLPH NIMITZ ? 00.
E?ST AND SMUT Jf ROOF SEED
OATS. ... ?
F .ice $l 60 per bushel, freight added, from
Columbus, Ga. .
Result-from a field -of ten' tief ea, ' reaped tn
1872; poor, piney woods land worn out. by cnlU
ration of about thirty-five years:. The yield..was
17,792 lbs clean funned oats (6S8 'hnaheis'j cBaff
not weighed. - The straw yielded" 26,000 lb?. Re?
ceived on consignment and for^asJe ^0Bg0?J
68 East Bay and 1 and S Atikntic Wharf.
OCt221dAC_ ? _., ....... .
160 rous. IBO hair rolle ELEPHANT BAGGING,
weighing 2.29. Landing and for sale by .
0C122-3 . MORDECAI A CO.
4ooo bushels Prime Milang CORN, per schooner
2(00 bnjiheis Western White and YenowtJorn, tier
Railroad. For sal?by . r
0Ct21_ WM fl. J0NE8 AGO.
JALASES, BOTTLES AND DEMIJOHNS.
160 gross FLASKS AND B'TITLES-various atees
2000 DemUohns-various sties" " ~
For sale, to close consignment, by . '<
oct3l-mwf8 No. 180 Bast Bay...
JgAGGlNGl BAGGING 1
loo half rolls Superior Heavy BAGGINGtllk lbs,
per yard, at I8c ? .. ' . t
For sale by J. A. ?NSLOW A 00_
octa_ Nb. i?i ifaat Biy. '
t Kits and half tits MESS MACKEREL
f , Kita and half ?its No. 1 Mackerel.
Kits and hairkiu Nd. I Salmon
Reggi Dmch Herrings
Boxes Scaled Herrings. .'
For sale by D. PAUL A CO.,
octisfstna_No 47 Broad street.
jpULTON MARKET BEEF, Ac.
F. H. BVEF, very fine (In nail bbls.)
Finest N. Y. Bacon Strips.
For sale by. D. PAUL * co.,
ooti8-rato8 go 4T Broad street
NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO. :
100 tons No. 1 Peruvian, Chincha and Guanape
GUANO. For sale by
* HERMANN BULWINKLE.
QQt8 _ . Kerfs Wharf.
BORNEO BAGGING _ ' .
? j?_J"- . . pat :
loo bales Heavy EO UN BO ; BAGGING. Jfer nie
by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
oe?_ - EEBBS
100,000 Nunan STHAWBUBBT PLANTS.^ 1
For sale y H. W. KINSMAN.
aepl2-tn hl8_ No. 128 East Bay.
pOOD FOB, THE MILLION..
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
YOUNG SHAD. ?
The Cheapest and beat Food in existence; In
whole, halves and quarter boxes. '
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0., Sole Amenta.
Liberal discount to the trade. scplO-Snoe
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION | : OP
"MEAT JUICE. , . ?
Jost received, a large supply or the above. ?
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex
ci asl ve of fat; can be used with cold OT Wara
water; also can be taken with Oodirver OIL and:
destroys the taste of the OIL
Tho only food for delicate children.
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Bees*)
heretofore offered to the public, aa will be found
npontrtaL For sale by .Dr. H. BAER,
Jnn7 ._ No. 131 Maeung strict.
^jyiLSON'S GB 00 BR I. \
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
la this city. m? '.<'-'
They have been -selected espeouny - fortraelr
medicinal qualities, and their parity endorsed by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston, MC in
Parties desiring a pun article can always-rely
on Liquors sold from this establishment ma.
recommended. - .,
A fuu supply of low grades on hand.. -,
' WILSONS* 0 ROC EE*,
No. soe King str?Bt.- '
gg-AddreaaBoxN0.8W. . ' .- ,-u:;'
JJ AL I.B ? f Pl '^-gv
I HALIBUT FINS. .
TONQUES AND SOUNDS. . _
. TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' 0 HOC ERY,
h.-****' No. SOI Kins Street. ,
All Goods Denver^Promptly.." w?&cc
CANNED PEACHES I C A NN E D
PEACHES! ?? .
180 dosen12 and fini CANNED PEACHES.' . .
For sale low nt WILSONS' o KOORBY/
No, 308 King street.''
49*All Goc4adetrr*red free. , o ne
CANNED TOMATOES 1 CANNED TO-?
MATOSSI i I
700 dosen 2- b Canned TOMATOES.
For sale lo wat WILSON'GK??BBY, I
i .- No. 800 King scraet,
kW. AU Goods delivered fr?e. ". ' 2
g YRUPl SYRUP! S YB UPS
GOLDEN SYBUP, 66 cents a fallon. ?
No. 808 King sweet,:
ay All Goods delivered rree. . ' . '
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEBSTJHKV. -
OERIES AND PROVISIONS. '
Warranted to suit the palates and the pockets
of the million. WILSONS' GROCERY, X
No. 806 King street.
49>All Goods delivered free.
NEW CODFISH. PICKLED SALMON,
SPICED SALMON* "T-^::>
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL "
Mesa Mackerel - , . .
New Herrings. "?.., ?.
For Bale lo v at WILSONS ' ORO CERT, - -
No. 8C? King atw et.
gg-AU Goods-delivered free. t .., g , f. ..
XTEW SMOKED BEEP, JRK0H SMOKED
ll TONGUES. NEWHAM*, (SMALL SIZE.)
PIG SHvULDEBs. '
Falt?n Market BEEF
Family Pig Pork . .
Smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet* ! i vzi .
For sale low at WILSONS' OBOCERY, ,
No. 306 King street,
9- AU Goods deUrered free.
rjTflE ACADEMY OFMU8IC SAIiOC?N^
wm be reopened to-day. Lunch from* ll to a)
I The Bar has been refitted and supplied.wi th: Im?
ported Liquors and Cigars.
oci7-imo iAte Barkeeper at tfie Mills House.