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MEETINGS THIS DAY.
. Protestant Episcopal Society, at I P. M.
Palmetto Lodge, Knights of Pythias, at 7
Our Social Circle, at 8 P. M.
Boyal and Select Masters, at half-past 7 P. M.
Charleston Light Dragoons Sabre Club, at
half-past 7 P. M.
AUCTION BALKS THIS DAT.
K.M. Marshall A Bro. will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, before their office, mules.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, broadcloth, olothlog, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
?tore, clothing, hats, Ac.
The skies became overcast yesterday morn?
ing, and before noon a light rain began to
lall, which continued with little abatement
throughout the remainder of the day. The
monotonous patter was occasionally varied by j
ft lairg abo wer. The wind blew from the east,
rose to a disagreeable bluster before night,
and was quite chilling where no object Inter?
vened to break its force.
The ninge of the thermometer yesterday, at
tho drug store of Dr. Jos. Blackman, on the
south aide of Broad street, was .aa follows :
a A. M., 66; 10 A. M., 69; 12 M., 72; J P. M.,
70; A P. M., 68; 6 P. iL, 69; 8 P. M., 70.
0 *. .
- '-Governor Scott bas removed Dr. D. C.
Tompkins, trial Justice of Edgefleld.
-Advertising bas been defined as "extend?
ing your show-windows into the newspapers." j
-.The ball of the German Artillery Club j
takes place at the Hibernian Hall this even?
? '-Toe Hank I Dori Social Club give their j
sixth annual soiree at Mrs. Bernard's Hall this |
-The isOlog ot the staunch steamer
Charleston was postponed, on account of the
weather, until half-past nine o'clock.
-The Presbyterians of Columbia have invi?
ted Br. J. A. LeFevte, of Baltimore, to assume
pastoral charge ot their church at the State
-A rumor waa prevalent yesterday to the |
effect that one negro mam had murdered an?
other, at Verdler's place, in st. Andrew's
fair week the Eupbradlan and
Clari oeophlc societies of the South Carolina
Dal vera! ty will, on some evening, hold a con?
vention. Professor Hivers has been invited to I
-The Laurens Herald says that the follow
log highly respected oiiiaeua of this county
werearrestedonlast Sunday night by .Uncle
Barn'sofflclal-nenohmen, aided by the riMUry,
Tor alleged offences against the United States
Government: Dr. D. AV Richardson, Joel W.
..- Anderson, Captain W. W. Neill, James O.
Decket, Lady Trlbble, Duckett Copeland.
,-. ? ?>? United Staten Court.
;. The petition ot the' assignee o? Roach AI
Kerr, bankrupts, for permission to sell the J
property of the bankrupts, waa referred to
V al tea states Cotusolastoiter.
. Seven negro men were before Commissioner
Pcrteous yesterday, charged with creating
election riots: at tho Six Mlle House. Two
were discharged and five were bound over tor
. * A mistrial was ordered in the case of John j
rKenny for assanlt and battery.
A mistrial was also ordered In the case o? |
Jfrffln'* Mason for assanlt and .battery.
Tbs oases of Thomas Johnson and William* |
Smith, larceny, was stricken from the docket.
- The eases of Isaac Smalls, Solomon Th o mp-1
son, George Thompson and Paris Morgan,
riot; waa likewise stricken off.
William Chlsolm was found gullly o? as
Peter Baker was found guilty of assault and
Trial Justice?' Courts.
John Mill, mite of the British bark Belle
Stuart, was found guilty of beating a seaman
and fined tea dollars and costs by Trial Justice
? Municipal Court.
TVTlllam Burley, drunk, one dollar or ten
days. Joseph Mitchell, drunk and disorderly,
* ^or twonl^dsys. CharletrHCnder
iomas Roberts, applied for lodgings,
-Scipio MoGadsden, applied fori
lodgings, discharged. A cow and a dog, at j
large, one dollar each. ;:
DAVAOB OB rat ENTiaraiBx BATLEOAD.
.The Enterprise Railroad Company having
. failed to comply with the order of Jodge
Graham, requiring the streets through which
their road passes to be put In good order, In?
spector Lucas commenced yesterday, In East
Bay, near Elliott street, to tear up the paving
which they had laid. This ls done with a
view to removing the deep rota which now
exist along the line of the sleepers. Only a
very small portion of tbe work was completed
yesterday, but it appeared to be or good char
DlATH OP A USXFTJL YOUNO CH AH L E 8 TO KIAN.
A^large circle of friends wlH be pained by the |
annrjuocement of the death yesterday of Mr.
George 3. Ste! nm eyer, a son Of the popular
proprietor of Stelnmeyeris Mills. The de?
ceased gentleman bad exhibited in a marked
degree energy and business tact in tbe soeces
ful development of the lamber business, and
bade ff Jr to have achieved an enviable proml
. nonce Among the pushing business men of our
community. Mr. Steinmeyer was a member
of tbs German Friendly Society and of the Pio?
neer Fire Company, both of which organiza
. tiona sdi t attend his obsequies to-day.
Tn BLUB Bnxw Bamnosp Baux.-The
toterrontlon to travel, caused by the burning,
on Prid ?y nighiv>oi the splendid bridge over
Three-? nd-T wen ty-Mile Creek, near Pendle-1
ton, on. the line Of the Blue Ridge Railroad,
has boen 1 a part remedied. The bridge was
one hundred and sixty feet long, by sixty feet
higb. Arrangements have been made so tbat
Bails, passengers and baggage are transport?
ed around the break to make the regular con?
nections on time. Further arrangements will
be speedily made tor the transferring of
freights by hauling the same areund, until a
pew bridge can be built, which will be done at
tn early day._
PARDONED BY THJB GOVXBNOB.-The Gover?
nor has pardoned John McCord, of Abbeville,
who was convicted of assault and battery with
Intent to kill, at the February, 1872, term of
the court, and sentenced by Judge Orr to
twelve months' Imprisonment at hard labor.
Also, George A. Berry, Of Richland, who was
Convicted of grand larceny in two cases at the
9?fober, IS70, term o? court, and sentenced by
Judge Helton to three and a hall years' Im?
prisonment at hard labor. The pardon of
Thomas DeHay, ot Fairfield, who was convict?
ed of siding a prisoner to escape at the March
term of the court, 1872, ano sentenced to ten
years' imprisonment In the penitentiary, has
been cancelled by the Go vern or.
THE COUNT OF THE COVNTY.
Th? Canvau of tb? Votes Commenced
at feast- Probable Conelnslon ot tbe
The county commisioners of election,
Messrs. George I. Cunningham, E. P. Wall
and E. L. Rollins, assembled at noon yesterday,
and proceeded to organize as a board o? conn*
ty canvassers by the election of Commissioner
Wall as chairman, and Mr. W. M. Sage as
derk, and by the administration ot the cus?
tomary oath to the members and olerk. Be?
fore the canvass commenced, however, the
question was raised as to whether lt was the
duty of the board to make a recount of all
the individual ballots or to simply canvass the
returns already made up by the managers of
election at the various precincts. General
Gurney, who had been a candidate for Con?
gress from this district, appeared before the
BSHANDED AN ACTUAL COUNT
of the ballots from the various precincts of the
city. He said that he had reason to believe
that serions mistakes had boen committed by
some of the managers in making up their j
count, lit hough he did not desire to oharge
any of them with having intentionally com
mitt ed any errors. Some ot his tickets, he1
said, had been identical, except as to the Con?
gressional candidates, with those which bore
the name of his opponent, and many of them
had been pat together in bundles without
scrutinizing the names and credited to his op?
ponent, although bearing his name, and be
believed he had thus been deprived of a great |
many votes. He therefore demanded a re?
count because, although It might not alter the
general result, he knew that lt would show
that he had at least received in this city a
handsome vote, and probably a majority. ThlB
A LONG ARGUMENT
before the board in wbich Mr. Bowen and
Lleotenant-Governor Bansler took ground
against the recounting of the votes, and
Sheriff Mackey argued In favor of such a pro?
ceeding. Bowen said that up to the present
time lt had been the duty of the county can?
vassers to count the entire vote, but by the
amendatory election law passed at the last I
session of the Legislator? it had been provi?
ded that tbe managers of election should
make the count at the various precincts, and
i Immediately upon the close of the polls trans?
mitting, their returns to the county canvassers,
I whose sole duty then was to canvass those re
turns, declare the result of the election, and |
transmit the declaration, the returns and all
the papers oonneoted with the election to the
State canvassers. He contended that the act J
of last winter had so completely amended the
previous election law that lt was not only not j
the duty of the county canvassers to count, the j
votes, but that they bad not the right to do so,
nor to entertain any protest w> -never.
THE MACKEY SLOE OF >E CASE.
Sheriff Mackey in reply read from the two
acts to show that while the later act had made
lt the right and doty ol the managers to count
the vote Immediately upon , the close of the
polls, that act had not taken away the right
and duty ol the county canvassers to count
them also, and he attempted the rtduclio ad
abaurdam by saying that II, as his opponent
claimed, the amendatory oct had entirely
swept away tbe old law, then there was no
law nuder which the canvassers could even
canvass the returns or do any official act
whatever. No fresh powers, he said, had been
conferred upon the county canvassers by the
new law, and unless they retained the powers
vested in them by the old law they had no
power whatever and no legal existence.
These were the principal arguments on both
sides, and after they bad concluded there was
A RAMBLING DISCUSSION
of the question by all the persons present
During this debate Mr. Cunningham left the ?
building, aacTai ter an absence of about half
an boor he returned and said that he had re
eel ved what be considered competent advice
upon the subject, sud lt was to the effect that
the canvassers ought not to Count the ballots.
He had consulted one of the best lawyer*, and
one wbo was perfeotly disinterested in the
matter, and that gentleman bad given lt as
his. opinion that the county commissioners ot
eleotions had no right to count the ballots. He
thereiortiPhioved that the board proceed at
onoe to.canvass the returns without counting
the ballots. This motion being seconded by
Commissioner BoLUns and unanimously carried
PROCEEDED TO BUSINESS,
beginning by canvassing the return of Ward
1, and concluding Wards 1 and 2 and the first J
precinct of Ward 3 before the adjournment,
which was necessitated by tbe darkness and
tbe absence ol any means of lighting the
office, at about five o'clock.
The official canvass in the three precincts
now completed makes bnt trivial alt?rations
In TM News tablea, as published last' Friday j
sod Saturday mornings, there having been (
bat lew errors in those tables, and those being
sither clerical or typographical. The follow- \
log ls a fell list of the corrections:
In Ward 1, Ezekiel, candidate for adjutant-1 \
general, received ?24 votes Instead ot 134 as I !
previously published, and Seymour, tor solid
tor, received GS instead of 65.
In Ward 2, Cannon, candidate for the Legis?
lature, received 684 votes instead of 784 as
published; Clyde received 586 instead of 696,
and Walker 1B returned aa having received 278 f
instead of 578, but la this latter case the man- !
agers have unquestionably made
A BLUNDER OF JUST THREE HUNDRED VOTES.
In the first precinct of Ward 3, JiUson for
superintendent of education, received 95 in- 1
stead of 85; Sig wald lor sheriff, received 175 1
Instead of 177; Bichmond received 66 Instead 1
of 61; Cunningham 299 Instead of 300; Fields
49 Instead of 93; Thorne 28 Instead of 32;
Holmes 180 instead pf 190; Brown 112 instead
of 108; and Walker Lui instead of 100.
The canvassers adjourned until ten o'clock
this morning, and lt ls thought that they will
be able to oondude their tedious and thankless
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following transiera of real estate In
Charleston County have been recorded during | j
the past week : 1
Angus'; 20, 1872-One-fourth . acre, James
bland, Royall Crosakeys to Baptist Church of | i
James Inland, $300.
August 12,1872-Lot north side of Cannon
street, W. J. Gayer, referee, to Augusta |i
Charlotte Adam*, $910.
September 21, 1872 -Lot west side of Lime-11
house street, W. J. Gayer, referee, to C. B.
Northrop, $1200. 11
Octolwr 2, 1872-Two lots In Mount Pleasant, | ?
Henry Buck to O. Lorenz, $800.
October 3, 1872-Lota corner of Logan and
New streets, William Laldler to Juliana Iald
ler, $3. j
October 3, 1872-Lots on Mary and America
streets, J. H. Benneker to Arthur John?
October 8, 1872-Lot west Bide of Meeting
street, 3. W. Marshall to Amos Brookbanks
October 14, 1872-Lot east side of Meeting
street, George Addison to S. C. Gilbert, $460.
October 15, 1872-Lot east side of Meeting
itreet, T. J. Wharton to Henry Stemkin, $3500.
October 16,1872-Lot south side cf Clifford
street, Joseph PrevoBt to the City Council of
MEETING OS COVNCIL.
A Batch of Work Disposed or-.1 Modelt
Request from Mr. Corbin-The Ex?
penses of tn? Fire Department to be
Reduced-A Day of Thanksgiving and
Au extra meeting of Council was held yes?
terday afternoon pursuant to a call. The fol?
lowing members were present: The Mayor,
Aldermen Bowen, Gage, Sweegan, Horan,
O'Neill, Johnston, Simona's, Voigt, Garrett,
Glover and Kenny.
Tue following petitions were presented :
The petition of B. Graham & Co., lor re?
mission of license fees paid on a large number
of veli toles rendered useless by the sudden
closing Of the Mills House. Referred to the
committee on retrenchment and relief.
Of J. D. Ostendorff, for remission ot penalty
on second instalment of the tax of 1872. Re?
ferred to the committee on retrenchment and
Of Mlohael Dowling, for remission of penal*
ties on tho taxes of 1870,71 and 12. Refer?
red to the committee on retrenchment and re?
Of the Rev. Whitefoord Smith, for removal
of cobblestones from Malden lan?, opposite
Trinity Ohuroh, and the substitution of shell
paving Instead, on the gronnd that the noise
of vehicles passing over the same interfered
seriously with publio worship In that church.
Referred to tbe committee on streets for a
Of George W. Egan, for permission to erect
a wooden shed, tin covered, on the east side
of Meeting street, between Market and Queen.
Granted, with the proviso that the shed may
at any time be remo ved by order of Council.
Of B. Oakman, for permission to erect a
wooden shed, with tin covering, upon the
premises No. 86 Church street. Beferred to
the committee on. brick and Wooden build?
ings, with power to act.
Of Joseph Mayor, for permission to erect a
tin covered wooden shed at No. 36 st. Phillp
street. Granted, with the proviso that the
shed be subject to removal at the order of
Of the residents of President street, asking
that the width of that street be not dimin?
ished. Received as information.
. Of Mr. Trenholm, In behalf of the vestry of
the Holy Communion Church, asking lor an
appropriation of $160 to assist that oLurch In
purchasing a bell for church purposes. Re?
ceived as Information.
2.0r J. H. Dawson, attorney of T. J. Wharton,
for remission of penalty paid on the tax of
1871. Beferred te the committee on re'
trenobment and relief.
of Mrs. Alice Blake, for remission of penal?
ties on the tax of 1872. Beferred to the com?
mittee on retrenchment and relief.
Of Langley * Pringle for permission to put
up a steam engine on South Commercial
wharf. Beferred to the committee on steam
engines and machinery.
Of the residents of Moultrie street, asking
that that street be opened for public travel.
Beferred to the committee on streets.
Of Mrs. Kate Bosh, for renewal of lost cer?
tificates" of "city stock. .Beferred to the com?
mittee on ways and means.
Of the vestry o? Christ Church, asking that
a pavement be laid In Rutledge avenue, from
the terminus o? the City raliway, to that
ohuroh. ' Beferred to the committee on streets.
Of Mary Ann Gadsden and Susan Gibbs, for
remission ot penalties on taxes of 1872. Be?
ferred to the committee on retrenchment and
O? the residents of Ashley street, calling at?
tention to the bad condition of that street re?
sulting from improper drainage, and asking
that a Bubsoll drain be opened through its en?
tire length. Beferred to the committee on
Of Mr. Robertson, asking that three addi?
tional Umps be put on South Atlantic wharf.
Beferred to the committee on lighting streets.
Of Otto Sonntag, for permission to put op a
steam boiler, for dyeing purposes, on his
premises in Wentworth street near the arte?
sian well. Beferred to the committee on steam
engines and machinery.
O? the night police force, asking for ad?
ditional compensation for their services, or
(or relief from certain extra duty performed
on Sundays. The Mayor read a communica?
tion, showing that the night police were re?
ceiving better pay now than the same force
bad received under the administrations ef
Charleston In far more prosperous days, and
advising against the granting of the petition.
Alderman Voigt moved to refer the petition to
the committee on police. Alderman Sweegan
moved to table the petition. He also gave notice
or his Intention to present a bill at the next
regular meeting amending the police "ordi?
nance. Considerable discussion followed,
aldermen Voigt and Garrett arguing In favor
>rinoreasIngtbe pay of the police, and Aid er?
neu Gage, almonds, Sweegan and Bowen
igalDBt any Increase. Alderman Voigt finally
?lied for the yeas and nays on the motion to
able, and the following was the result: Yeas
-Aldermen O'Neill, Bowen, Gage, Johnston,
llover, Slmonds, Sweegan, Moran and the
ffayor-9. Nays-Aldermen Voigt, Garrett
ind Kenny-3. ' So the petition was laid upon
The Mayor read a communication from the
?oard of Health, asking for the employment
)t a suitable person to attend to the publio
racclnatton. The communication was re
erred back to the medical committee of the
>oard, with power to act.
The report of the city sheriff for Septem?
ber, 1872, with an appended receipt from the
ii ty treasurer for two thousand four hundred
ind thirteen dollars and twenty-four cents,
?ras read, and relerred to the committee on
The report o? the City Hospital for Septem?
ber, 1872, was also read, and received as In?
The Mayor read a communication from D.
r. Corbin, Esq., city attorney, containing the
following resolutions, and asking for their
adoption by Co undi:
StsolyeA, That D. T. Corbin, Eiq., be re?
quested to prepare the argument in the cases
now pending la the Supreme Court of the
united States in which the City Council is In?
terested, to wit: Morris E. Jessup vs. the
Northeastern Ballroad Company and the City
Donnell ol Charleston, and Branch, Son & Co
VB. South Carolina Ballroad Company and
O ty Council of Charleston, and that he do
proceed to Washington to argue said causes
when they are called.
RtaotoeOi That two thousand dollars, if In
the opinion of the Mayor so much be neces?
sary, be appropriated and paid out for the
irgnment and trial of said canses.
The resolutions were referred to the com
nittee on railroads for a report at the next
The following committee reports were
The committee jn ways and means reported
avorably on the petition of Dr. J. Ford Prlo
eau In behalf of Sblrar's Dispensary, for re.
lewal o? lost certificates of city stock.
The committee on brick and wooden bulld?
ogs reported favorably on the petition of Jae.
leam ey for permission to erect a wooden ad
litton to his residence. Adopted, with the
>rov!so that the addition be Un covered.
The committee on city lands reported on the
?etlUon of Patrick McNauly, for permission to
ise a piece of vacant city land, on President
itreet, for the erection of a wooden building,
hat the piece of land In question did not be-1S
ong to the city bat WM a part pf tbe street,
ind advised against the granting of the pa?
The committee on contracta reported estl
nates for repairs to the Charleston College
received from Messrs. C. C. Trambo, J. Lucas,
}. W. Egan, fohn Adams and Sawner ft Fer.
rason, o? which Mr. Egan's bid at thirty-nine
Kindred dollars was the lowest. The commit
,ee advised that the contract be given to him.
The committee on public Institutions, bulld?
og and grounds presented the plans and
specifications tor improvements to the City
Hospital, and ashed that tbey be referred to
tbe committee on contracts, with idstruotlons
to advertise for estimates. Adopted.
The committee on streets reported unfavora?
bly on the petition of Edmond Burke for ex
smptlon from taxation.
The committee on the Fire Department re?
commended Council to Instruct the board o?
flremasters to consider the best means of pre?
venting a further Increase of the department,
and also o? red ucl Dg its present expenses.
On motion ol Alderman O'Neill the Mayor
?vas requested to appoint a day of thanksglv
lng and prayer, as a token of gratitude for the
exemption from disease enjoyed by the city
during the past sommer. Oeuncll then ad?
HOTEL ABUTTALS- OCTOBER 91.
C. Mathison, London; H. Smith, Baltimore;
3. H. Funner, Georgia; W. P. Cullem, Bates
vllle; J. 0. Tarbert, 8. A. Torbert, Miss Gleag
Br, Georgia; J. J. Weesenger, L. M. Grooves,
Blackville; A. Morgan and daughter, George?
town; T. W. Richardson, J. Richardson, Sum?
ter; H. B. Johnson, Wllilamston; E. J. Caugh
man, Lexington; W. B. Whites, Frog Level;
J. C. 8. Brown, Newberry; J. Brower, Orange
burp: J. W. Caleb well, Newberry; H. 8.
Boozer, Frog Level; J. F. 8. Wright, Pomarla:
E. D. Newton, New, York; B. 8. Izard, wife
ind servant, Georgetown ; C. E. Bronte, Pom
sroy-Snedair Troupe; J. P. Clements, Darling?
ton; B. Fields, Lydia; G. P. Carter, Carters
flile; W. H. Kennedy, South Carolina; H.
3ohlag, Jr., Pennsylvania; B. Fletcher, Nova
Scotia; N. B. Fields, South Carolina; J. Rloh
irdson, J. 8. McNeill, Hardeeville; J. F.
E. P. Wesson, E. T. Hnnneman, G. Warier,
3. W. WhltevUle, New Tort; 8. BradwelL, J.
Pruner, South Carolina; W. S. Floyd, Balli'
noreftT. P. Brudd, Little Bock; Miss M. M.
Hills, P. Mayes and daughter, J. B. Wlrnali,
?Jay es ville; E. W. WI chem ham, C. Beckett, 0.
Sines, Philadelphia; S. Dibble, Orangeburg;
1 L. Havens, Washington; J. Wardiaw, wife
ind children, Staten Island; Miss M. J.-Den
lis, Miss L. A. Hood, Vermont; Dr. T. Smith,
Hrs. G. T. Williams, Miss 0. Williams, Dr. P.
Br Griffin, E. M. Griffin, Society Hill; H. Mose
ey, A. Moseley, England; J. P. Low, Colum?
ba; J. M. Richardson, Allendale.
COTTON FOB THE CONTINENT.-Messrs. Le
?esne ? Wells have cleared lor Amsterdam the
British ship Iuka, with 2800 bales upland cot
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Leitch ft
Bruns sold at auction, yesterday, the foliow
ng pieces of property;
Three-story brick store, No. 286 King street,
brmerly known aa Russell's booh store, for
.hineen thousand one hundred and fifty dol?
ara; one-third cash, balance payable in one
ind two years.
Two and one-half-story wooden residence,
Ko. 28 Vernon street, /or eight hundred dol?
lars; one-half cash, balance In one and two
Two-story wooden building, No. ia Vernon
street, for four hundred dollars; one-half cash,
>alance in one and two years. ,
WE CALL especial attention to the sale of
Sulphuric Acid and Superphosphate Company's
stock, as advertised by Samuel 0. Black for
o-morrow. This company manufactures the
lelebrated "Eilwan'' Fertilizers, their high
mareeter being firmly established throughout
he entire South.
FORTY SPLENDID SINGING CANARIES will be
old to-day by William McKay, at No. 46
Wentworth street Cali soon.
THE WAT WE SUCCEED.-A letter Just re?
lived, containing an order from a lady In
Jeorgla, has the following postscript:
"I most write yon ci the great satisfaction
'our goods have given in om* little town, and
very where my sisters and I have been since
he receipt of oar last orders."
We fill all orders very carefully, and are con
Inually receiving similar testimony.
Having returned from the North our stock
9 now complete. M. ft A. ASHTON, Ora amen?
ai Hair workers, No. 240 King street.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT ft Co., No. 275 King
treet, have received the flneBt assortment of
[ld Gloves, newest shades and styles.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
treet, have received full lines of Ladles
Inder wear-all descriptions. (Department In
harge of ladles employed here.)
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
dozen. HABEL STREET BAZAAR AND EAST
(AT NBWS BOOM. _ aprl6-tu
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
eloclpedes, Boccklng-HorseB, Carts, Wheel
arrows, fte., Just received at Von San te n's,
io. 229 King street, Charleston, 8. C.
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; ail
Izes. Cheap 1 Cheap I HABEL ST. BAZAAR.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
nd large variety of Doors, Bashes, Blinds,
(Blusters, Mouldings, ?kc, are kept constantly
n hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
io. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 PInckney street
he above are all made at his own factory on
lorlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
.merlcan Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
lantels, Builders' Hardware, ftc, from the
?st manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
'lews, $i 60 per ?Azen. HABEL STREET
1 AZ AAR. . aprlO-mwf
THE FINEST AND PCREST FRENCH CONFEO
IONERT ever offered in this city has Just been
ecelved at Von Santen's, 229 King stree!. and
onnolsseurs are respectfully requested to
aspect and sample lt before they purchase
lsewhere. _ octl?-tuth
HAVING returned from the North with a
elect stock ot Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
artles In want ot such will do well by calling
t R. Martin's, No. 119 Market street, near
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI I-A royal game of
adla. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
fews Room. apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
TREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
O 'MaLEIiCLtlZ KBJF8.
AMSTERDAM-Per Er 6tit j Jolla-2800 balea up
I land cotton.
NBW- YORK-Per steamstip r hartes ton-15 baga
sea island cotton, I80fl osles upland cotton, 81 tea
rice, fU bales domestics, so bundles staves, 65
The c har its ton Cot c< n, Rice ?nd Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
Tr BSD A Y ? VEN lix Q, october 22, 1872. j
OOTTON.-rbe mark-et TUA somewhat quiet and
doll, and In some transactions displayed an ecsler
tendency. Sales about soo bales, Bay 4 at 14X, s
atrl7x, 14at 17X, Tat 17*. M at nx, 46 at lix,
41 at 18, 34 at 18X, 3? at 18*, 147 at 18X, 46 at
18)i, 63 at 18 ii o ft lb. We quote :
LIVERPOOL CLiSSTFIC ATIO.V.
Ordinary te good ordlaary..17 ?n7A
RiOl.-Tbls grain was qalet at steady rates.
Sales about 60 tierces clem Carolina, say 20 les
at 611-16, 26 at 6 13-160 ft lb. We quote com?
mon to fair at 6X@6tf, good fl,H'@7c
NATAL STOBBS.-Toe arri vals were 248 bbls spirits
turpentine and 800 bbls rosin. Tbere were no
transactions announced. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $4 26 for virgin and yellow dip, and
$2 60 for hard.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by Meara, direct, Xd
on uplands, nominal or. sea islands; via Kew
York, Xd on uplands, - on sea islands; by
j sall, Xd on uplands, or. sea islands nominal
To Havre, ixe on uplands. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Xo on uplands and - on sea
island-; $2 ft tierce on rice; 60c ft bbl on roam;
by sall,-c ft lb en cotton; -efl tierce on
rice;6O0 ft bbl un rosin; m@i2 ft ic on lumber;
$12912 60 ft M on timfei. To S?st n, by Bteam
I xe on uplands and $2 60 ft tierce on rice; by sall,
-c fl Bs on uplands; rosin voe; resawed stuff
112312 60; Umber $18@13 60; phosphate $6@S 60.
T0Pr0vider.ce, by sall $10@U fl M on boards;
i ft Bi on cotton; by steam xo via New York.
To Philadelphia, by steam Xe on uplands; $1 76
ft tierce on rice; soc ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
I Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By sall, $8 fl M on boards; $12 on timber; - fl
ton on clay; S3 60 on phosphate?. To Baltimore,
by steam -0 ft Bi; by sail $808 co ft Mon
boards; - OD 'mber; $8 60 ft ton at city; $4?
4 60 ft tu. a,- fiver on phosphate rock. Teasels
are in demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown. S. C., Darlen and 8atu?
la River, Ga,. and Jacki ion vi ii?, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10012 ft M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling ? JO day bills 21.
DOMESTIC EXCSANOI:.-The banks purchase
[ sight checks on New York at yt?y. per cent, off,
and sen at par.
Markets ?jr TtUgrspb.
MONETT MAB xx rs. '
Lomon, October 22.
Noon.-Consols Fives 88 tf.
Nsw TOBE, October 22.
Noon.-Freights stealy. Stocks very stroog.
Gold steady at 18. Money easy at 6. Exchange,
long 8X. short lox- GorernmentB dull bot steady.
State bonds duli bat strong.
Evening.-Fn-lgnts lower. Money tightened to
7. Currency 6 tu gold, with business, bot closed
easier. Sterling nominally easy. Gold 18X
Governments steady, states duli.
LIVERPOOL, october 22.
Noon.-Cotton opened qaiet bat steaiy; up?
lands 9X*9Xd; Orieacs lOMalOX*,
Later -uutton quiet oat steady; sales 10,000
bales; for speculation ind export 2000.
Evening.-Cotton doled unchanged; middling
Orleans shipping or shipped at Otfd. Tarnsand
Nxw YORE, October 22.
Noon.-Cotton opened qaiet; uplands lOJic, or?
Evening.-Cotton e&iler; sales 1637; uplands
ia*; orleans 20%; net receipts 12?, gross 1742;
sales Of fa tar. s 18, TSC. Oe to bor 18 1610al9, No?
vember I8,s'ai8 11-ia. December 18j<ai9 1-10, Jan
nary 18 13-16*18 16-10; february 19Xal9X, March
19?, April MX, May 20X.
BOSTON. October 22.
Cotton steady; gross receipts sis bales; exports
to Great Britain 42; sales 250: stock 2600.
BALTIMORE, October 22.
Ootton firm; net receipts 61 bales; gross 1004;
experta ceastwlse 201; sales os; last evenlDg 162;
NORPOLK, october 22.
Ootton firm; net receipts 8600 baled; stock
WILMINGTON, October 22.
Ootton steady ; receipts 210 bales; exports coast?
wise 128; sales 178; stock 860?.
SAVANNAH, October 22.
Ootton quiet; receipts 6186 bales; sales 2069:
AUGUSTA, October 22.
Cotton in good demand; middlings 18o; net re?
ceipts 1860 bales; salen 1672.
MXMPUIS, October 22
Cotton In fair derna 3d; middlings 18Xal9C; re?
ceipts 1629 bales; shipments I8i4; stoi k 12,426.
' MOBILE, October22
Cotton qalet; good ordinary 180, low middling
18XC, middling 19o; net receipts 1692 bales; ex?
ports coastwise 1142; nales soo; stock io,oso.
Nltr O au ANS, October 22.
Ootton in modera'* demand; good ordinary
18Xal8Xo, low middling 19; middlings 19X; net
receipts 0169 bales; gloss 9682; exports ceastwlse
718; sales to-day ion; last evening 2600; stock
GALVESTON, october 23.
Cotton steady; good ordinary HXalic; net re?
ceipts 1768 bales; exports coastwise 1722; sa es
609; stock 26,201.
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, October 22.
Noon.-Breads tuffs quiet Flour 80s Sd.
Evening.-Turpentine 41s. Tallow 46s 3d. Com?
mon rosin ns Od.
Nsw YORK October 2 z.
Noon -Flour quiet but heavy. Wheat dull and
declining. Oom quiet bntstrady. Pork steady.
Lard steady. Turpentine dull at 63>?c. Roam
quiet at $4 86.
Evening.-Flour euler; common to fan* extra
$7 2sa9 76; good to ct.oleo $9 BOasrj. WntsKey ac?
tive at 93o. Wbeat : cens lower and active; win?
ter red Western $1 &8a$l 68. Oorn.brlsk and a
shade higher, ice ste'dy at 7Xa8Xo. Pork
lower at $16 40. Beer dull. Lard firm. Turpen?
tine doll. Rosin qui 31. Tallow Si ea dy.
WILMINGTON, wctooer 22.
Spirits turpentine fluctuating at 87 to 38o. Rosin
Arm at $380 for strained. Crude turpentine steady
at ss 76 for yellow dip and virgin. Tar steady at
ST. LOUIS, october 22.
Flour qnlet and weak. Oom dull and un?
changed. Whiskey dull. Pork lower at $i6a
16 26 Bacon, only limited jobbing demand for
shoulders at 7Xc; clear rib sides llXc; clear sides
1IXB12C. Lard dull. '_
Loci STILLE, October 22.
Flour in fair demand and firm; extra family
$8 60a7. Cora qoi?t at 4sa47c. Provisions in
good demand and very firm; stock scarce. Bacon
shoulders 7Xa7*c; olear nb sides ll nallXc; clear
BldesllX?12Xc ptu ked; stock limited. Lard 8\'a
Sc; keg TH alic. V Makey quiet.
Flour dull at $7 26 7a60. cora dull and one hang?
ed at 40141c. Pork nomma at $14 60. Bacon
steady; sales or shoulders at 6XaflXc;aear nb
dull and a snade lower at lOXc; nek! at 11c; job?
bing sales for clear lld es llXc. Whiskey in good
demand at 88c. - ;
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, October 21.
Sales of cotton to-day 90 bales-middling l7Xc
_ . MACON, october 19.
The largest recel]its of tbe season, wttn one ex?
ception, came In tu day. The market was active,
the demand being good for fine cottons. The
market closed firm at 17*0 f r Liverpool mid?
dlings and 17XC fer New York middlings. The
receipts to-day w ire 631 bales; shipments 369;
New York Ii aval Stores Market.
Nxw TORE, October 21.
The Dally Buir Un says: Spldts have ruled
very quiet, but prices continue firm, with 6ixc 1
bid for merchantiib'e order in southern bnis.
sales 60 bbls at 84 >;c flat. Rosin ls steadily held
at $4 30a4 36 for st-alned, but we do nut hear of
any transactions. Tar qaiet but firm, owing to [
the short supply. Pitch steady.
New Tork Rico Market.
NEW TOBE, October SI.
The Dally Bulletin Bays: The demand bas
b?aa fair and prices steady. We note sales of 260 1
bags Bangoon at 6Xa7o, co bass Patna at 7Xa
7\'c, and 40 tes Carolina at 7Xa8c.
WILMINGTON, October 21.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE -Sales of 829 casks at 68c,
and 60 casks at 67c per gallon for Southern pack
Roam.-sales of uso barrels at $3 80 for strain?
ed. $4 for le w No 3. and $6 60 for pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-sales of Bo bbls at $3 25
for bard and $6 ror yellow dip ana virgin.
TAR.-Sales of 66 barrels ac $3 60 per barrel.
COTTON_Salea of 136 bales ac 17*c, 18 at is Kia
18XC per pound.
?BB>- WEAK HAIE IS STRENGTHENED .
by the nae of BALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER. OCtl9-8tUth3DAW
The Magnlfloent Clipper Iron Bark
TIBBS, having two-thirds of her Cargo en?
gaged. will have Immediate dispatch.
For Freight Engagement*, apply to
HEN RT CARD.
octa_ Accommodation wharf.
SAILING POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT
OF THE WEATHER.
FOE NEW YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The Splendid Sldewheel steamship CHARLES
TON, James. Berr.v, Commander, will sall from
Adger's Sooth Wharf. THIS (WEDNESDAY) MOHN
INO, the 22d Inst., at o.so o'clock.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
OCMS-l_JAM*-? ADQKR A CO.. Agent?.
jpOR NEW YORK.
JN THURSDAY, 2?TH OCTOBER, AT 12
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 18T0.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel S'eamshlp
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sall tor Now York on 1 HURSDAY, 24ih October, at
12 o'clock M.. from Pier No. 2 Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and tho
New England cities as usual.
insurance by steamers of this line >i per
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Oeck stateroom accommodations, ap
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Bro-id
street, orto WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union
!HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS JROS SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Banter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class aea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad compa?
nies at both'termini, afford rpld transportation
to and from al! points in the Cotton States, and
to and rrom Cincinnati, st. bonis, Chicago andthe
principal cities of the Northwest, Boston. Provl
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres.
O' The GULF STREAM is appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on Fnnur, 26th October,
at half-past 1 o'clock P. H.
. sa- The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTKNAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. GLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. octia
p O B BALTIMORE
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGB
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine steamship SEA GULL, Datton com?
mander, will sail for Baltimore, on THURSDAY,
24th October, at half past u o'clock A. M.
a- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tionai insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell then* Gooda from
the Railroad D?p?t in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
octis-5 Na 2 Union Wharves.
jpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
nm dispatch one of their first-class, rall nowa
Iron Screw Steamships from .
PIER No. 44 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
steerage Passage (Onice Na 89 Broadway) sss
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS 4 GUION,
_ . _ No. 68 Wall street, N. Y.
B. B.-Through BUIB Lading to Liverpool leane.
iy the Charleston and Now York steamers, whlol
rooke close connection with the abovo line.
For particulars aod rato of Freight apply to .
JAMES ADGBR A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY.
QHANGE OF SAILING DATS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Plat iJtTiit
No. 42, North River, loot of Canal 8treeL22J*Bk
New York, at 12 o'olock noon, of the lotti STu
and soth or every month, except when these dates
rail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam,
ers for south Paclao and Central American ports.
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San Fran?
cisco erst of every month, ezoept when lt J alls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers tonuh at Havana, but
go direct from New York to A spin wail.
On? hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and ar tendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information, apply
I at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on me
Wharf root of Canal street, North River, New
York. ? F. R. BABY, Agent.
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris
LOZENGES M ? I
It is especially to its eminently absorbent I
properties that Belloc ? Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - Balloo'? Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges, in the majority of
cases, its b?n?ficiai effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depot io Pin's, L FRERE, 19, roe Jacob
L Agents in Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE A J
HANGE OF SCHEDULE.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
(UHTTX FUBTHXB Smioi) ' . . ?
On and after WSONBSDAT, the 23d
instant, tne following will beran :.
JL?ave el ty fur Mount Pleasant at
and bx Cc.oct P. ii. .
Leave City tor Island 10 A. ii., and 3 o'clock
Leave Mount Pleasant for City ats and UH A.
M., sud 6 o'clock P. M.
Leave Inland for City at Ul M., ar,d ix o'olock
An extra trip from tbe City ?very- MOKO AT
MORNING at 6 X o'clock, and from the Island avery
MONDAY, TUESDAY and THUBSDAT, at 7J? o'clock
A. M. . .
M. a-No Freight received after half plat i
o'clock P. M.. and all Freight mut be prepaid.
Duplicate Receipts required..
octiu-2 E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
^"EEKLY LINE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY 70
BEAUFORT, 8. 0. - .
The 8teamer ts
PILOT BOY, j
Captain W. T. McNelty,
WU1 leave Accommodadon wharf .?m^*F*j*
every MONDAY MoENiro.at 8 o'clock, aJB???Bi
for Savannah, Bt-aufun. Hilton Head ?uid opauiaU
Wells. Beinrnlinr, wlU leave havannah -every .
ICES DAY MoRNTh'Q. - - . ? .Tl -- "i-?
WUl leave ?or Beaufort, Pad Dc and Ohlsolm'e
Landings every THUBSDAT MORKIMO. at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beauiort every FEUJAT
MOBBING. - '*\?r?a& *
Qouui consigned to care of Agents win be"for?
warded free or storage or oommtsalotr. ? ;a ;?5?"o <?
Freigut received WjiDN?anATSand.SAMnttttTB
most ou prepala to Way Lsnolhgsj. '. . ? ~.
Frelgfit received for points on ?aTari??b. River;
to be transferred to Strimer CLYDE, WhlChiSATSS
Savannah every TUBSDAY MofiMliro?- .. . . . .
N B. After tbe ie th instant. SS per cent adflt. ?
Monal will be charged on Freight toad pot?is,1
except savannah and Beaufort. ?'-.'??> io.'
For engagements apply to .". . v
RAVENEL, HOLMES 4<J?fcr..>
OCtfl-WB . Na 8 o. Eut, ?iyv, j j.
FOB FLOE I:'D?A?1
VIA SAVANNAH -TWICE A WEES.- .-"".
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamar .
DICTATOR. Captain L. il. Coxetw, JriS
CITY POINT, Captain Geor?e E. kcMliW.lniJ
leave Charleston every TUBSDAT and FATBAT
EVBKD?Q8, at 8 0'ClOCC, for SAVANNAH, F*B>
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE. PAUATKe; ATO
ALL LANDING!" UN ST. JOHN'S BJVB& ' -Jr^ ?' ?'?
RetnrnlDg. DICTATOR will lea VB PALATKA Xn>
DAY MOBNWO. and HAVANNAH ^UHDATMOM?n??^^
arriving here SUBPAT-Amawnar.-- ,>4J nt -Ttt-itv
CITY POINT wlU l ave PALATKA MOW>A.T
MOBKINO and SAVANNAH WamraiDA-T Mft??
mo, arriving h?-ro WIDNBSDHY AJTK?iCKW.. ;";*;? 3
Connection ls made at Fernandina with Bfir
road for New Orleans and Havana,1 via M&J
Ke. ? ; at Jacksonville with Steamer STsTBl??W
for Mellonvllle, Ecterpruw aad Upper St. MtUJ'l
River: at Toool wf-h Railroad for St ASMS- \
Une; and at Palacka wita Bteamen for theO?*i -
La warla River. . ... -
AU freight for Way landings moat ba prepaid
on wharf.* ... ? -?> ,- . / . , ?
For Freight or Passage, having elegant Jfc
conunodauona, ^ A?dP&
Corner Y&nderhonft's Wharf e,nd East Bay. !
octa _-r-.-ls: -\
rjj o W I N GI T <>?^y?GF|5
The powerful Steam Tug REP DR- _
LIU, Meilvllle, commander, liUdfil K
been lltied ont niost complete for thuTiTw?SSxt
ts prepared to Te* Vessels of any stM'-ld -*h?.
Harbor to sea and the adjacent Ph oap oftte warte? '
ai su Helena; also to and from Ohar teston to?a*,
van nah apon the mos' rees .nable, terms. : ':.
Arrangements may be made ?Uh Owt?lOT
MELVILLE on mid, or at me Agents' oflloesTT; ':?
ROACH A MOFFEI T^Asifc*.? '
ves-.el" in distress and potting ont firaV*&/t3?:;^
sepssdmo .' :-':Jr?-^>,
-.. ? ' -?.i&M
?rano Pri?c Cho?Tibiitifm.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCEIT.
t . . ? - ? '-r. "'it ifs?,. '
8500,000 IM BANK TO PAY ALL
A FULL PRA.WJNQ iKl ,?IQWX.
$100,000 FOR ON?.Y$l<?
At the Second Grand Gift Concert, authorized
by special act or toe Legialatare, la ala of the
Public Library of Kentucky, unavoidably post?
poned from september. 28 to december 7. . and ?
whlcn positively and un equi vocally occurs rn .
Loulivl le,*KyM saturday, December?. Ws^.wln
our. further delay on any account1 wnawefe?!
following Cash Outs are for dintnbnuon by lot
amobg the deket holders: - - .;. .'-r.; ;?
ONE GRAND GIFT, 0A8H. ......$160,000
ONE GRAND GIFT..........................60.000
A. yjajQg. .
1 Cash Gift..$?6.000 4 0iB^^lftsi4?>ttog
I cash Ollt.$ZO,OLO IS cash Ghts... .$1,000
l cash GUt.$is,ooo - 20 Csah Ottft...^ MO
ICasnGlfe.$W,oool 21 Cash ???'?J* ?*U
1 Cash Gift.$?oop 26 caih 0?*:/?. . HT
l Cjsh out. $8,000 ?6 Caa* QlOfU.i.?^ *>
lOashGitti.$T,ooo iftcaahWtt.i.if s ?jo.
1 cash Gift.$8,000 60cash Olfts....'?? -
1 Gash01ft....'..- $6,000 coe ah Gilts.... $W0 ;:
I eash GM.$4,000 loo Cash Gins.,., ?soo
i cash Gilt....*. $8000 ?ia cash Girt?.$ioo ;
Total-1000 Gifts, all Cash. '-WWW
The money to pay au these Gifts Le now upon
deposit, and set ap??rc for that purpose, ? la W?s
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, aa win be seen by ;
the following certiflcite of theCtmaJer: ? " ..
pARMSbS'AND URO VS SS' BAWSlV.1 i
LOUISVILLE, ET., Septem Der 28,1872. J t
This ls to oertiiy that there ia now on deposit
tn this ban< over Half a Million of Dollars v> :
the credit of the Gilt Concert i nnd, $6CO,000 of
winch 1* held, by this bank aa Tressa reroTtte
puouo Ubrary of. Kentooky to pay off ali Gifts ;
to be awarded at the drawing. : 1 .
B. S. VBBOH, cashier.
Pri?e of Ticket?. -./ . \
Whole Tickets, $W; Halves, $6; Quarters; $26?;
II wnoleTickets for $100; 88 ?or $K?6; ?raM*?;
118 for siooo; M6- for St600; 6T6 for |6CW. MO
discount on lesa than $ioo worth of tickets at a
11 Th'e drawing will positively and !u?&??W^ -
rake place December 7. Agen- s areiJCrempiorhy
required to done salea an>l mako reurns'NOTem
ber 26, lo order to give ample time ??^T?jKS
BrrangemeniH. Orders for Tickets or appJicattona
ror circulars should be addresaed w . . ' .
BOT. THOMAS E. BRAMLETTE, ,
Agent PnbUo Library or Kentucky. L^svW?.
Stale Noticia. ' \
F F I C I A L .
STATS OF SOUTH OABOUNA, )
To the Commissioners of Election: ' 5 '
In accordance wita ?eotlun 8, of Article 8, of
the General statutes of this State, you are hereby
notified and required to cause an JBec lon to be
hi id lo yonr respective Counties on the first
rnesday following the first M< oday of November
next, belnz tbe 6th day of the month atoresald,
for seven 7) persons as Electors of President aad
Tlce-Presldeut of the United Mates. , "
Now, the> efore, you and each of yon are hereby
required, with strict rpgard to the provisions of
the CODS! ltntlon and laws of this State, touch.
lng your d my in such case, to cause such ?lection
to oe held in yonr respective Counties on the dar
aforesaid and for the ascertaining and determin?
ing or such, persons who shall have been do.lv
elected thereat. . . . -. ~
All bir rooms and drinking saloons shall be
?iosed on the day of election, and any person
who shad sell any lntoxlcatlns o rinks os that
nay, shan be gnttty of a misdemeanor, and on
conviction thereof, shall be fined In a stun not
less than one hundred dollars, or bo imprisoned
for a period not less than ene month, nor mora
than six months.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Bet ay
hand, and caused the gre it Seal cf the State to
be affixed, at Columbia, this 9th day of October
A. D. 1872, and Ln the ninety-seven in yeer of ihi
Independence or the United states or America,
J?T7} BOBEBT K. MOTT,
I ) Governor,
F. L. CAEDCZO, - ? 4.' .
Secretary of State. octlT-il