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THTJESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1872.
NEWS OE THE DAT.
_A Chinese lodge of Masons has been
formed at Oregon City.
-Trinity College, Dublin, has made the
stndy of Greek optional with their students.
-Professor Stowe, husband ot Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Stowe, has been stricken with pa?
-Carlyle Is now nearly eighty, and has
abandoned writing, but appears in society and
converses as vigorously as ever.
-An American tourist, named James Wil?
cox, in company with a Frenchman, was re?
cently lost in the crater ot Mount Vesuvius,
while endeavoring to explore its interior.
-Michigan has a law which makes lt a mis?
demeanor, punishable by fine aad imprison?
ment, to aim a firearm at any person, whether
the weapon be loaded or not.
--Forney's Press follows the wake of the
Kew York Tribnne, announcing that while in
the main supporting the Bepublican party lt
will hereafter be an Independent newspaper.
-Frenchmen In New York appeal to their
countrymen In the United States for aid for
the many emigrants from Alsace and Lorraine
Who are coming to this country.
-George W. Smith, one of the presidents of
the Hormon Church, with a party, bave start?
ed on a religious pilgrimage to Palestine and
the Holy City, to prove the connection be?
tween the Mormons and the East tribes.
-Count de Cbambord has written a letter
protesting against the establishment of a Re?
public as the permanent government ol
France. He says a monarchical government
alone can save Franco.
-The sale of about twenty American
Journals ls prohibited in the States of the Ger?
man Empire. Among them are about six
New York papers. The general cause of their
prohibition ls having spoken disrespectfully of
-Attcirney*General Williams has recom?
mended to the President the pardon of Wm.
Teel, one of the Ku-Klux prisoners confined
lathe Albany penitentiary, on account ol con?
tinued ill-health. This pardon is one of the
number asked for by Gerrit Smith.
-Mrs. Fair manages to keep herself before
the people In San Francisco, She lately sued
her mother for debt, and her mother contri?
bute! still further to the excitement by taking
a small dose of laudanum when she heard
that the verdict had gone against her.
-Fossil remains of some enormous eulmal
were lound the other day near Malheur City,
Oregon. The tusks found were fonrleetin
diameter at the base, and fifteen feet long.
Portions of the bead show that the animal
was two feet wide between the eyes.
-Dnring the past week the wife 01 the Hon.
Horace Greeley has been lying at tbe point of
death. She can survive but a few days. Mr.
Greeley constantly remains at her side, and
cannot meet demShdB for his presence in
various sections of the country.
-Mme. Matilda Heron announces through
tbe San Francisco press that she has decided
to take a few yoong lady pupils in reading
and dramatic literature during her stay in
that city. The lady "would also be pleased
to be the humble medium through wblcb
might be inaugurated charming drawing
room entertainments among the elite families
of tte city."
-.Marshal Bazaine's forthcoming Ulai ex?
cites great Interest In Paris and throughout
France. His position Is about the same as lt
was when he surrendered himself a prisoner,
Witt .tte addition ot greatly Impaired bealtb
and an indictment against him which daily
becomes more overwhelming as new infor?
mation lu brought forward regarding bia Metz
-Edgeworth Female Seminary at Greens
buro', North Carolina, was destroyed by fire
on Monday last. Edgeworth had recently
been occupied as a residence by Mr. J. A.
Gray,~tn? owner ot the properly, and waa In?
sured for about ten thousand dollars, divided
among tte following companies: ^?tna, of
Hartford; Franklin, of Philadelphia; Georgia
Home,' and Andes. It was built in 1840 by
Governor Morehead, who gave lt Us name.
Mr. Gray's loss cannot be definitely stated,
but will probably not be very great.
-According to the weekly returns of the
Bank ot PruBsla, now Just commenced to be
announced, the stock of specie is about ?25,
000,000,'while the note circulation ls about
?39,000,000. When the last instalment ls paid
by France, Germany will, by the ordinary
action of trade, be depleted of her unneces?
sary supply of gold. Prices will then fall, and
all who speculated In values when the quota?
tion was high will loee heavily. It ls Inti?
mated, also, that there is great danger of a
financial crisis In Germany at the end, which
would, Indeed, prove a lamentable conclusion
to her acquisition of so many millions ol
Frenoh money as the war Indemnity.
-A cable dispatch from Geneva, Switzer?
land, announoeB the death of the eminent
theologian and author, J. H. Merle D'Aublgne.
He was born at Geneva August 16th, 1794, and
was the third son ot Louis Merlo, a merchant
ofthat city, whose lather married the daught?
er of a French nobleman, D'Aublgne. From
his paternal grandmother, according to a
Swiss custom, Professor Merle derives his Bur.
name, D'Aublgne. He was educated at Geneva
and Berlin. He was a pastor ot a .French
church at Hamburg, and afterwards the favor?
ite court preacher o? the King of Holland..- In
1830 he was appointed to the chair ol ecclesi?
astical history in the theological school of the
Evangelical Society of Geneva. He lB.wldely
known as a writer in theology and church his?
tory. The principle of "God in history" he
sought especially to enforce In his "History of
the Beformatlon of the Sixteenth Century.'
He waa the author of many other works, in?
cluding a "Life of Cromwell," Sec., in all of
wbloh he waa a strenuous advocate of the
Protestant religion. He had an ample fortune,
and lived In a villa commanding a view of the
lake, Jost on the outskirts of Geneva.
-It may seem -strange to include China In
the war reckonings that have to be figured
upon at the present time, but so it is. Should
the present rupture between Corea and Japan
come to the final and dread arbitration of the
sword, China will side with the former. Of
her war resources M. Glquel, superintendent
of the Fooohow arsenal, gives some figures.
At the present moment the government has
under its orders a force ol flay thousand men,
armed with Enfield and Remington rifles, and
drilled on the European model by European
officers, supplemented by thirty field and
mounted batteries. At Shanghae, Nanking,
' Foochow and Tien-Tsln arsenals and dock?
yards have been established, under foreign
superintendence, where the manufacture of
guns, powder and rifles, and the construction
ofships-of-war have for some time been active?
ly carried on. At Foochow twemy-flve hundred
Chinese artisans work under the superintend?
ence of seventy-five Europeans, and have so
far become skilled at their labor as to be able
to build and flt up three steamers a year.
Five men-of-war have already been launched
from the dock yard at Shanghae, and at the
present moment there are two Iron dispatch ,
boats and a sister frigate to the one Just
launched, on the stocks at that place. Be?
sides this a large iron ship of thirteen hundred
tons burden aud a fleet of sailing transports is
being built. The coast defences appear equal?
ly formidable; the forts have been rebuilt, and
the old smooth-bore guns have been replaced
with rifled-cannon. Roads have been raised
and put Into such good military order as to
suggest that the Celestials had been reading
Roman history. Munitions are plenty, and all
the facilities of rapid transit afforded, so that
the great Empire really seems like no mean
The People and the Pl?nderern.
The revelations contained in the letter of
ex-Auditor Gary, printed in THE NEWS of
yesterday, would startle aoy other people
than this. In the law-abiding States of New
England, rascality like that which has
reigned for years in South Carolina would
have provoked lynching or revolution. Here,
however, the taxpaying minority jog quietly
along, and cannot, it seems, be provoked
into taking any step whatever for their own
protection. Now and then there is a hub?
bub and a meeting or two, and that is the
end of it. Yet they may one day pluck op
the courage to fight the Ring in the courts,
and a belter time than the present could not
Auditor Gary does not mince words. He
accuses Governor Scott of blackmailing the
Blue Ridge Railroad, and of admitting that
the money to be collected by taxation
"would not be applied to the parp?se for
'which it was levied." These are terrible
charges to bring against the chief executive
officer of a State. Is Governor Scott able
I and ready to refale them? Aaditor Gary
says that he was offered "ten thonsan.d dol
I "lars in cash" to drop the proceedings to
test the validity ot the Bine Ridge scrip, and
that be was subsequently offered $25,000,
in scrip, for the same purpose. He also
says that he was offered $20,000, in cash, to j
levy a special tax to pay tho Interest on the j
entire debt, or to resign his office, so that J
his snccessor might make the desired levy.
These offers appear to have been made by. j
State officials; but, whether they were or'
not, Auditor Gary owes it to himself, to
publish the names of the shameless men
who aiterapted to bribe a pnblic officer. It
' will then be seen whether there ls DO law on
the statute book which will reach the ras?
Aaditor Gary believes that bis removal
from oiBce on Monday last is a part
of a deep-laid plot to swindle the people ont
or millions of money by levying immediately
a tax or twenty-six mills on the dollar; and
he pledges bis hearty co-operation in any
determined effort that may be made to pre?
vent a continuance of tbe frauds which have
impoverished and disgraced tko State.
Tnat such an effort was not made last I
spring, is the fault of the taxpayers, who
refused to contribute the small sum needed
for costs and counsel fees. It is not yet too
late, T?ere is the Blue Bldge scrip to nail
in its cof?lo. There are the fraudulent bonds
to detect and disavow. There are thoa
saods of doubtful claims which require a
rigid scrutiny. In any proceedings which
may be taken Mr. Gary will prove a valuable
ally. And for what he bas already done he
deserves the thanks of the people.
A Modest Request.
City Attorney Corbin, having recovered
from the cold water bath which be and his
Bolting comrades received on election day,
comes np smiling and submits to the city
these modest resolutions :
Resolved, That D. T. Corbin, Ejq., be re?
quested to prepare the argument In the cases
now pending lu the Supreme Court of the
United Slates In which the City Council is in?
terested, to wit: Morris K. Jessup vs: the
Northeastern Railroad Company and the City
Council ot Charleston, and Branch, Son A Co.
vs. South Carolina Railroad Company and
Cly Council of Charleston, and that he do
proceed to Washington to argue Bald causes
when they are called.
Resolved, That two thousand dollars, If in
the opinion- of the Mayor BO much be neces?
sary, be appropriated and paid out for the
argument and trial of said causes.
- Tbe Baits io question are brought to de?
termine whether the South Carolina Ball
road and the Northeastern Railroad are sub?
ject to taxation. As the party most serious?
ly affected, the State was the first to move,
?nd, as long ago as December, 1870, five
thousand dollars were appropriated for
counsel fees. Tbe pretence was that this
snag sam woald be ased in retaining such
counsel as Judge Black and Governor
Magrath, bat it slipped instanter into the
capacious poach of Senator Corbin. Whether
be has done any work for the money, THE
NEWS does not know. The State, however,
will push the suit to the ead, and this is all
that the city need care for. It is clear that, un?
less tbe railroads are sabject to State taxa?
tion, they are not subject to municipal taxa?
tion. This, at least, is the general opinion.
There is, then, no earthly reason why the city
should employ Mr. Corbin, or any ono else,
to argue these tax cases; which tbe State,
by the way, does not expect to gain. Ibe
Committee on Railroads, to whom Mr. Cor?
bin's modest request was referred, will
doubtless give it their serious consideration,
and it is to be hoped that the city will be
provided with another official attorney, in
the place of Mr. Corbin, at the earliest prac?
Good for Neagle.
The Columbia Phoenix is authorized by
Comptroller Neagle to say, that, notwith?
standing the removal of Aaditor Gary, the
bond scrip suit will be prosecuted as vigo?
rously os ever; Messrs. Pope & Haskell
having been retained as counsel.
Voting for the Community.
There is a sweet simplicity in tbe way in
which elections are carried on in South
Carolina, which would put to shame even
the wily politicians who "fix things" for
Grant. At a precinct in Darlington County,
at the last election, the managers refused
to swear a voter. He refused to vote unless
he were sworn, and the managers told him
that they had not sworn a single person who
had voted that day. This, in itself, would
void the election. Just at this time, the
same voter saw a black Radical busily en?
gaged in staffing ballots into the box.
"Who are you voting for?" said the voter.
'Tee voting for the community," naively
replied the black mao.
"What right have you to vote for the
"Well, you see, Maussa, eberybody 'bout
"here favor dem constitutional amendments;
"dey dont come np for vote, and it pity dey
"lOBt dey vote, so I put dey votes In for
The white voter smiled grimly, and walked
ofT. It was useless to contest tbe election,
for if the vote at that precinct had been
thrown out, the Radicals woold Btill have
had a majority in the couDty.
How lt was Done.
The correspondence between Governor
Scott and Auditor Gary, relative to the re?
moval of the latter, is published. Mr. Gary
positively refused to turn over the duties of
his office to any one, unless he were first re?
moved from office. This was on the 18th,
and on the 21st Governor Scott informed
Mr. Gary that he .had that day caused his re?
moval to be made. Governor Scott also
said that it is the opinion of the Attorney
General that the office of State Auditor
stands abolished by law after the late gene?
A Palmetto Jeffrey?.
The charge of the arch-agitator Mackey to
the Grand Jury of Chester County is printed
in another column. It ls right and proper
that crime, whenever and wherever com?
mitted, should be condemned and punished ;
but what can be thought of a judge who dis
plays, on the bench, the ferocity of a
tiger and the malignity of a demon ? This
ene man does more to stir up discord and
foment strife than a legion of money-hunt?
ing office-holders. What they steal can be
replaced. The barm Judge Mackey does by
one such harangue as that at Chester, it
takes weary months to ando.
-piYE THOUSAND DOLLARS WANTED,
For twelve months, or longer, on improved un?
encumbered Real Ks tate in thia city; Interest pay- j
able monthly tn advance, with the assignment of
the lease o? the tenant secured. Money not re?
quired for sixty days. Address H. T. W., Key
Box, No. 421, Charleston Postofflce, stating rate of |
Interest If security offered ls satisfactory.
JJ M. WATERS & CO.,
(LATS WATERS, PIERCE ? 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION.
NO. 66 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Bay and Sell Contracts for Future Delivery of
Cotton, strictly for a commission, so that no in?
terest of our own can possibly conflict with that
of our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Onion National Bans;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. oct9-lmo
jp i R E I^TU~R~X1T?~ET"
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PH O s ix, of j
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies in the above named
Companies at as low ratee as any other first class
Companies. E, Sr.BRlNG A CO.,
sep6-8mos No. 14 Broad street,
^OADEMY OTMUS?C SAL00NT~
ULSTERS on the Hair-Sbell, and Hot Tom and
Jerry to-nlgbt. Also, Lunch from ll to 1 o'clock.
oct24 Late Barkeeper at the Mills Hoase.
Notices in Sankmptcn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
? SITED STATES. FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter
of ISAAC s. K. BESNKTT, Bana npt.-In Bank?
ruptcy.-To whom lt may concern: The under?
signed hereby give notice of their appointment as
Assignees of ISAAC S. K. BbNNfc.Tr, of the City
of Charleston, in the County of Charleston and
bute or South Carolina, wi' ?un said Di-trlct, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt upi m the petition
of his creditors by the District Court of said Dis?
Dared at Charleston the 23d day of October, A.
D.1872. JOHN HANLXEL, )...,..."
OCt24-th8 H. D. ALEXANDER, f AB>1?nee8
2lgncnltnre, florticnltnre, Ut.
?jr^lRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
OF NAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOIOE
OARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, AC
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Send for descriptive catalogue and price list.
All Trees well packed so as to carry safely to
any part of the United state'.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of all kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
postorQce In the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
July25-th4m(s York. Pa.
(Eoparintrsqips ano ?Dissointions
mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
J_ existing under the n*me of WROTON A
STEADMAN is this day Dissolved by mntual con?
sent, w. B. Wroton will collect all accounts and
notes doe the said arm, and pay nil liabilities.
W. N. WROTON,
J E STEADMAN.
Graham's, S. C.. October 10.1872. oc'2:-8
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a copartnership, under the
name and style of COUNTS A WROiON, for the
purpose of carrying on the Cotton Factorage and
General Commission Business. Office South At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row.
T. J. OOUNTS,
W. H. WROTON.
Charleston, October 16, 1872. oct 19-imo
STONEWALL LODGE, No. 6, E. OF P.
The Regalar Meeting of thia Lodge will be
heid TRIS H VE VI VG at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall.
The Arrear List will be acted upon.
ROBERT 0- STARR,
oct2i-? Recording secretary.
CIG A RM A K fi ES, ATTENTION ! - A
Meeting of the Olgarrnakers' Union will be
held THIS (Ttinrsdav) EVENING, at Marm Ball, at
hair past 7 O'CIOCK. AU Jooraeyme.i Olgarrnakers
are invited to attend. Union men will be
ponctuai. By order of the President.
' JOHN HAFLING.
FRANCISCO PAULA VALSEZ. Flna'L Seoretary.
COTILLION CLUB.-THE ANNUAL
Meetiag will be held at the South Carolina
I HHU FRIDAY EVENING, the 26th instant, at 7
j o'clock. EDWIN P. FROST,
oot22-4 Secretary and Treasurer.
UNION REPUBLICAN PARTY
will ba held in frout of the City Hall, on FRIDAY
EVENING, 26th Instant, at 8 o'olook. The Meeting
will be addressed by
HON. GEORGE H. WILLIAMS,
At torney-G encrai of the United States,
' GENERAL JAMES A HALL, or Maine.
Tbs Republicans are requested to turn ont in roll
E. w. M. MACKEY, Chairman
or the Union Republican Party.
oct22-tuthf8* Charleston County.
WANTED, A TRACT OF LAND WITH
river landing near Charleston. Address
"W," NEWS oace._oct24ths-2*
TT7 ANTED, A CAPABLE COOK. AP
VT PLY at office rear or Cotton Exchsnge,
Sonth Atlantic wharf._oct24-2
WANTED. A COMPETENT BUTLER,
also a Chambermaid, one that 1B a good
I washer and Ironer. Recommendations required.
Appiy at No. 6 Sr. Phillp street, opposite Normal
WANTED, TWO GOOD MACHINE
Hand-; als \ two Intelligent Lads to learn
the trade. Apply at P. P. TuALK'S Sash Factory.
WANTED, TWO GOOD MEN, WITH
pleasant manners and good add rea-, to
j sod Singer Mewing Machines. References re?
quired. Aoply this day to the singer Manufac?
WANTED, A CAPABLE AND RELIA
BLE colored Beat Band; mast under?
stand the skilful management of a boat nnuer
cnn vas and be capaole of hard work. A steady
place and fair wages can be bad for one who
tuns. The employment is entirely within the
harbor and near by. Apply at this office.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHAM
B K RM A ID, or to assist in Housework gen
I orally, with a private family. Inquire at No. 146
I Calhoun street._oct23 2?
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHILD'S
Nurse, (colored.) Apply between io and
12O'C1OOJC, with recommendation, at No. 86 Broad
WANTED, AN HONEST COLORED
Boy or Woman, such a one can end a
place by applying at No. 49 Smith street, near
WANTED, A LAD IN A BROKER'S
Once. Apply by writing, Lock Box No.
I 44, charleston Poa tom ce._oct28-2
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
has had several years business experience,
and writes a good legible hand, a situation in a
cotton factor or merchant's office. Best of refer?
ences given. Address "R," Lock Box No. 104,
Charleston Postofflce. oct28-2*
TAILORS WANTED.-WANTED, THREE
or lour first-class Tailors at J. H. MENSING.
No other need apply._uct23-2*
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Fornlture and save 20 per cent.
We went thero and waa surprised to Bee so much
Furniture at such low prices. His stocr. c. vers a
space of about twenty thousand square feet.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPiKlTSOFTHK WORLD. THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOR
OKTHEYEAR. Agents report salea of 26 to 100
copies In a few hours or days. Prospectus free
Address J. W. OOUDSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, a: Louis, New Orleans.
lost ano Jaunir.
LOST ON THE EVENING OF OCTOBER
2lst, a Single Case GOLD WATCH and
LU a IN. A liberal reward will be paid ll left at
this office._oem 8
T~ O RENT, A TWO STORY HOUSE
No. 48 Caunon street, near Smith, contain?
ing six square rooms, two story kitchen, stables
and outuuildlngs, all complete. Applv on the
TO RENT, THE STORE No, 65 HASEL
street, known as the Hasel street Bazaar.
Apply to Ur. SOLOMONS._octl7-thatn4
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 Ring street, next to corner
Burns Une. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOrtSYTHE, MoUUMB A
00., corner Ring street and Burns lane.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 394 King street, recently occupied by
rur SYTHE, MoouMB A CO. The stor ls neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures win
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply tn
FuRsYTHE, MoOOMU A CO., corner King street
and Burns lane. octi-tuthB
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM
MODIOUS Budding. No. 149 Bast Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office of THE
NEWS, and lormerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the office of
THE NEWS, No. 19 Broad street._tep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two respect?
able families, having all tbe necessary outbuild?
ings for the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one or the largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water in the city. Apply
on the premises. sep24
can obtain BOARD, with pleasant Rooms,
upon reasonable terms, at No. 71 Broad street,
on the south side, between Meeting and King
NOTIC?^HAV?NG HAD MUCH EX
PEHIEN .E in repairing Weighing Scales of
?-very description, would solicit public patronage
In reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay; Messrs. H. Bischoff A Co.,Whole?
sale undera, East Bay ; Mr. Tn mas A. Baynard,
Pnbllc Adjuster of Weights and Measures.
No. 4 Combe: land street,
oct6-2mos Charleston, S. 0.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
Weare now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
apr6-lyr No. 209 King street.
A- o A R D-__
l would respectfully inform my friends that I
have resumed business at No. 26 Vend ne Range.
Provision and Produce Commission Merchant,
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
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 the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
CAD El?^bT^M? SI 0.
MANAOHB.Wu. E. SPALDING.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 28.
Engagement for Three Nights only and one Mau .
tlnee Wednesday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
of the Great Tragic Actress,
MRS. D. P. BOWERS,
Supported by the popular young actor, Mr. J. 0.
MofJOLLOM, and a selected New York
MONDAY EYENING, October 28, John Broug?
ham's Dramatization of LADY ACDLEY'S SE?
CRET, or the MYSTERIES OF AUDLEY COURT.
TUESDAY, October 20, the Historical Play or
WEDNESDAY, October 30, MARY STUART.
Admission, $1; Reserved Seats 26 cents extra;
Family Circle, 60 coats; Gallery, 26 cents.
Sale or Seats to commence FRIDAY, october
25, at Box Office nf Academy._oct24
BANANAS ! BANANAS I NOW GO TO
KLEIN and see a large lot of nice Sananas
at 40 cents a dozen. "How ls that lor high."
Lookout to-morrow I Something else. oct24-i?
TUST ARRIVED, ONE CAR LOAD OF
tl PLANTATION MOLES aud cheap WOhK
HORSES. For sale on time at No. 86 Choren
Street. R. OAKMAN_oct23-4*
HOISTING HORSES, BUGGY MARES,
Saddle Ponies, Plantation and Dray Mules,
at Kentucky Sales Stables, No. 89 Choren street.
CHARLES D. MCCOY._ 0Ct23-4?
ANO. 1 NEW MILCH COW AND CALF
for sale. Apply at No. 3 columbas street.
FOR SALE, AT THE SUBSCRIBER'S
Stables. Queen street, a lot of extra-One
Horses and Mmes. P. WEST._oct22-4?
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
Stationary ENGINE AND BOILER. In fair
I order. Price, $600. Also, a lot of SHAFTING,
Pulleys, Ac, at a bargain. CAMERON, BARK
LEY A 00._ang22 theta
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE?
VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
1600 acres, capable o? advantageous division, the
Property formerly ol General Augustus M. Smith,
now of bis widow. For terms and particular?,
apply to JOEL a. PERRIN, Esq., or Abbeville, or
to WAKDLAW A CAREW, Charleston.
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and commlision Merchant, No. e Boyce's
w narr, Charleston, S. C., has a few ol the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horse Power ready
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRI OTJEN, son of the late Henry
otjen, for Seventy-five Douars. Will be sold at a
dlacoant St MENKE A MULLER'S._aog27
\T TRAP PIN G PAPER FOR SALE.-O LL
TT NEWSPAPERS in large or small quanti len.
Price 60 CENTS PB11 HUNDRED. Apply at tb?
MUM nfTH'*. NRWN mavis
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, live ml CB from Qi ah a m's
Turnout, on the Sooth carolina Railroad, la offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven hundred sud Oily
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
good clay Cotton Lt.nd. There are also upon the
premises a fine 1 WELLING, containing six
rooms, together with houses rot the accommoda?
tion of twenty laborers, Oin Hoose, Screw, Barns,
Stables, Ac, allin good order. The place is per?
fectly healthy, with an .abundance or fine cool
water. For terms, ipply to RfcKDKR A DAVIS,
Charleston, S. C., or to Dr. W. H. HAGO OD,
Blackville, 8. 0._octl
FOR SALE, AT CHI CORA MINING
AND MANUPAC TURING COMPANY'S MINES,
8 miles rom cnarle ?ton, one mUe ?romNortheast?
ONE STEAM ENGINE, 16 loch diameter cylin?
der, ?to loch stroke Engine; shaft 6 Inches m diam?
eter, with fly-wheel 8 feet diameter; solid rim 8>?
by 6 inches, and one s feet pulley, 21 inch face
turned; Judson's governor,pomps, Ac, complete,
all la good order.
Oi.e Taonlar Boiler, wlti 613-loch tubes, 10 feet
long; grate bars; smoke stack, 32 feet long, steam
and water plpea complete.
One Patent Upright beater, 6 feet high, 3 feet
The above will be sold aa a whole or separately.
On. 4 loch diam ter metal Shaft, turned, 82 feet
long, coupled with pedestals, Ac On this shaft are
two e-:set pulleys, i i inch lace, two 4-feet pulleys,
14 inch face, aud one 24-feet pulley, 10 inch faoe;
pulleys turned on face.
Two pair 6 feet diameter French Burr Stones,
with Spindles, patent Brush, Ac, complete, driven
by a 6 feet bevel martica wheeL
Two Crushers for Phosphate Rock, complete;
one entirely new, with gearing for driving same.
One 4-lnoh Snail, 20 feet long, coupled and
One Wire Rope, \ Inch diameter, about 160 feet
One Robber Belt, lox loches wide, 60 feet1 .ong.
One Single Screw Phosphate Rock Washei/com?
plete, in good order.
There is a tram road from the works to the
Northeastern Rallrcad, and suitable cars, which
will enable the pure laser to remove the machinery
For terms, Ac, apply to
J. M. EASON A BRO.,
octi6-tnths8_CDarlest a, s. 0.
Joint ? tock Comportr).
THE CHARLESTUN JOI.XT STOCK COM?
PANY fur the benet t of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS NO. 213-WlEDNESDAY MORNING. Oct. 23.
CLASS NO 214-Vt'lONMOAY EVENING, Oot '.3
39-38-68 -44 - 6-61-28- 1-65-70-66-36
oct24-l A. MOROso. sworn Commissioner.
CITY HALL, OFFICE OF CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. 0., OCTOBER
23,1872.-Sealsd esilmates will be received at this
omen until Tueadt.y, october 29, at 4 P. M.. lor
moving four buildings on the west side ot King
i street, six feet westward, In order to widen said
street, as per plans and specifications in the city
Engineer'soffloe. W. W. SIMONS,
oot24-th8to3_Clerk of connell.
will resume her Lessons in Dancing on
MONDAY, 28tb OctDber. She will be pleased to
meet her Afternoon and Night Classes and her
Private Papua for the present at her Residence,
No. 33 Bail street, corner of Lynch.
CARD.-MRS. P J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY Informs her Pupils, and the public
general.?, that she will resumo her lnstructl ns
on the Plano and tc her Solf?ge Class on MUNDAY
next, october 2ist.
A new Solf?ge Cites will be formed on TUESDAY,
22d inst., at her residence, southwest corner
Smith and Mon i agi e streets. Terms $12 per quar
ter, payable in advance._octi4
QHARLE8T01N FEMALE SEMINARY.
NO. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD AN;?TAL SESSION will begin the
drat MONDAY In october, and cod the second
FHIDAY tn July, t ic term being shortened two
weeks to induce p iplls to remain until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and tiose absent from the July Ex?
amination will b ; examined the first w. etc.
Prompt attendancs requested, so that tho Regu?
lar Exercises of the school be not retarded.
Pupils entering thu second and third weeks will
be charged from tt e first.
For Terms and Crculars containing par lentara,
apply as above. Miss E. A KELLY,
(Stans, tyar ornate ano (Entiers.
The subscriber lus recenty received from Eng?
land a fine assortment of GUNS, Including Boys'
Doable and single .Barrel, of various qaalitles.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL GUNS, OF
LARGE SI7, E, for duck shooting.
BIRD AND DEEF. GUNS, of all kinds, includlog
a few fine BREECH LOADERS, In cases, with im?
plements complete. For ssle at very low prices.
C. OKAVELEY, *o. 62 East Bay.
cct23-6 South of the Poitofflce
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-RICH?
LAND COUNTY.-IN THE COMMON P..EAS.
0. H. PETTlNoILu, Plaintiff, against WM. H.
BOYCE, Defendaui.-Summons for Relief, Com?
plaint served.-To WM. H. BOYCE, Defendant tn
this action : You ure her- by summoned an.i re?
quired io answer the complaint io this action,
which Is AWI m the office o the Cleric of the
Court ol Common Pleas for said county, aod to
serve a copy of your answer on the tub-crit>;ra
at their office, in th<? Statehouse at Columbia,
within twenty dayf after the service of this som?
mons oo you, exe lt sive of the da; of service; and
If yon fall to aas ?ver the compla?t-1 within i,he
time aforesaid, the plain tiff In tins acion will ap?
ply to the Oourt for the relief demanded in the
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
sep80-mo Plaintiff's Attorneys.
iSlilliittrs* Strain ?0000, Ut.
J^?S. S. WATTS7~
274 KING STREET,
Will open, THIS DAY. a fall assortment of
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS,
Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers,
Nf CK Handkerchiefs, Scarfs and Bows,
White and Blaok Lace O liars,
Black Lace and Lace Yetis,
Linen Collars and Sets,
Qner-n Bess Ruffling,
Blaok and Colored Velvets,
Velours and Velveteen,
Black Crape, Crape and Love Veils,
Black and Colored Kid Gloves,
Black and Colored Gnlpnre Laces,
Cambric Edging and Inserting.
A foll assortment of Corsets, BoopBklrts and
JP ALL OPENING,
NO. 304 KING STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZKRNOW would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she will open THIS PAT,
October nth, a mil line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOOD.*, HoopsRlrte. Bustles, Kid Gloves.
Ladles' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks. Furs, Ac. Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as usual.
Sole agent for M'me Demorest'a PAPER PAT?
TERNS, country orders will receive prompt at
j tentlon. ocii7-tbS'.n
Ornai, Crjtrairan, jpg.
A Fall Assortment of the Best
For sale by DR. H. BABB,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
Bicarbonate of Soda
Oreara of Tartar
Alcohol, es per cent
Ac, Ac, Ac.
At lowest market rates. Bv
DR. H. BAER. No. 131 Hooting street.
JUST RECEIVEDTAFRESH SUPPLY.
A fall line of all the most approved Medicines of
thia School-in tinctures, powders and pellets; in
all dilutions and potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Oases, with Small's Practice
For Bale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting ?treet
My assortment of SYRINGES ls unusually large.
I am Agent for the sale of the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, un questionably the heat of aU Syringes,
especially for self use. It ls simple, efficient, easy
to manage and cannot get oat of order. One will
last a lifetime. Oar best physicians recommend lu
I also have a fall stock of si alison's. Davidson's
and other Bulb Syringes; ali-o Glass and Hard
Rubber Syringes, and the HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fugs
Dr. Horaiord's Acid Phosphates
weber's Oodllver OU and Lime.
For aale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meetluir Btreet.
BEEP, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA. -
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonier
are now getting Into general nae, especially in
cases or delicate females and child' en. They may
be bad of DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Heeling street.
A mu stock of Elixirs, and aU the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept on
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greennrier Waite sulphur springs
For sale by DR. H. BaER,
_No. 181 Meeting street.
JJITY THE TENDER BABE !
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
soothing Syrup. . A certain popular article of this
name has launched thousands of helpless Inno?
cents inro an early grave This bas been proven
repeatedly, and beyond tho shadow of a doubt,
for which reason lils condemned by the majority
Seeing the necessity for an article of this sort,
entirely free from upiat s, and other injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer has put up the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
annexing from diarrhoea dysentery, Ac This
may be given with perrect confider ce, and is ap
proved by every physician who bas examined tot
formula. Price 26 cents per bottle; live bottles
.'or $1. .
Usual Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Mealing street. Charleston.
DB. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEO'
M ATI 0 SYRUP.
Warranted nnder oatn never to have failed tc
enre. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of eura
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls or Schuylkill, Pblladel
&hla; the wire or Rev. J B. Davis, Hlahtstown,
ev Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Jndge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jeraey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands ol
others. Warranted to cure or money rotunded.
UK. GEO. CA CL I KR, Agent,
-ppMNAT~oFTHE 0 HU BO H.
we are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" ai
the luweet introduction prices. A variety ol
styles. Prices fron 20c, 40c, soc, 76o, $1 and up
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE. NC 38.
A NEW IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH BOOKS
The Practical Philosopher, a Daily Monitor lor thi
business men or England and others, bj
David Thomas, D. D., $8.
Unexplored Syria, by Richard F. Barton anc
Charles F. T. Drake 2 vols., $16.
Man lu the rast, Present and Future, fi om thi
German or Dr. L. B?chner, by W. S. Dallas, F
C. S., 34.
Wanderings in Scripture Landa being a Tour ol
nine months In i he years 1869'-70, by Tho mai
Robinson, D. D., $2 60.
Memoir or Count De Montalembert, by Mrs. OU
phant, 2 vols., $12.
Acts or Gallantry, by Lambton Young, C. E.,
Thought? and Meditations on the Mysteries ol
Lire, by John I-nth, $3 76.
Shakespeare and Typography, the Art or Printing
also remarks upon some common Typojrapn
leal Errors with reference to the Text ol
Shakespeare, by william Blades, $160.
On the Preservation of Health, or Essays or thc
p ?incp.es io be adopted by those who desire
to av lu Disease, by Thomas Inman, M. D., ol
London, Third EdlUon, pi icc 2 vols., $7.
The Days or the Son or Han, a History or the
Church in the Time of our Lord, by William
Lee, D. D., $i 60.
Philosophy of Christianity, or the Purpose and
Power ol the Gospel, $2 60.
Bible Truths, with Shakespearian Parallels, by
J. B. Selkirk, $2 60. ,
Angels and Heaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60.
Growth and Vicissitudes or Commerce, by John
Yeats, L. L. D., $* 60.
Ere * hon, or over the Rango, Third Edition, $l 60.
Demonologv and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter Scott
Canoe Travelling, by Warlngton, Baden-PoweU,
Anecdotal and Descriptive Natural History, by A.
Romer, $1 76.
Anec lotes or Celebtated Men and Women, by Edi?
tor or London Jest Book. $2
The Sea Weed Collector, by shirley Hlbberd, $176.
Hair Hours at the 3<? Side, by J. E. Taylor, F. 0.
Science and Commerce, their Influence on our
Manufactures, by p. L. Simmonds, $8.
Bouno about Rambles In Lanna or Faces and
Fancy, by Frank R. Stockion, $2 60.
Dr. Oldham's Tals, by 0. S. Henry, $1 60.
NEW NOVELS, ac
EBB-TTDE.? By Christian Reid. Anthor or Mor?
ton Bouse Paper $1. Cloth $1 60.
Dr. Vandyke." By John Esten Cooke. Cloth
$126. Paper 76c
"Lord KUgobbln." By Charles Lever. Cloth
$l 60. Paper $L
"The Golden Lion or Granpere" By Anthony
Trollope. Oioth $126. paper 76c
"The New Edition or cooper's Novels." Cloth
$126. Paper 76c
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEP08IT0BY.
Nc 260 King street, (in toe Bend,)
apr28-tuths Charleston. S. 0,
(Srocerus, Cionors, $?z.
-~,-************ m *^*^^'^^\<N^^S^S^
A R T I N Sc M CfcO D,
(Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GB0CEB9,
EOS. 127 and 129 MEETIHQ STREET,
Corner Market street, Charleston, Sonta carolina,
Keep OD hand- a-weireeleotM-atoct-of Choice
Coan try orders respect fully solicited. No charge
fnr packing, and eoods delivered fre* of charge to
any part of the'city', Railroad Depots "and
Steamers. - oot24
gUGAB-HOUSE SY?UP. ?
60 barwla of ttie above, very pore.
For sale by 11AVENEL A CO
oct 24-thama_, - /
QOALl COAL I COALI
Red Ash, Egg and Stove COAL, ot the bart
IL PO, ?-? ' '? .
260 tons cumberland Coal, the beat article for
Blacksmiths or steam purposes. T . ?.
For sale by H. F. BAKER, Azent, - Ss
piG HAMS, SHOULDERS AND STBJPS,
Smoked and Pickled TONQUES Fulton Mar.
ket Beer, Choice D y Salted Pig Pork. Sensed Pigs'
Feet, and Mess Mackerel tn barrels and kltt<
Jost received, and for sale br
MARTIN 4 MOOD,
127 and 129 Meeting street, s. w. cor. Market.
ogg_, ,, .. . /.." .;
JT^IMEI LIME I LTMB4
1600 barrels Freeh Burnt LIME now. landing per
eohooner Frank and Emalia. For sale by >
J AMES Z. STOCKER, u
In Store-Cement, Platter, Hair. Laths, AC
oct23-8_Noa. 9 and U vendo? Bange,
Jg ACON SHO?LDEBS. ^
40 hogsheads Choice Western BACON SHOUL?
io hogsheads and boxes Heavy Baron Bellies.
For sale low by RI ECKE A PBT73RMAH.
octaa_ai and a Vend ne Bange.
160 rolls, 160 half rolls ELEPHANT BAGGING,
weighing 2.29. Landing and for aale by
0CV?2-3_._ MORDECAI A CO.
g AGOING I BAGGING I
100 half rolls Superior Heavy BAOQINO, 2M lbs.
per yard, at 18c
For sale by J. A. EN SLOW A 00.,
oem_No. 141 East Ray.
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
loo tons No. 1' Peruvian, chincha and Onanape
GUANO. For sale by
HEB MANN BUL WINKLE,'
O0t8 Kerr's WharJ.
.?OBNEO BAGGING. .
too bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For ?al?
by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
octa_ Ken's Wharf.
pOOD FOB THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and beat Food in existente. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes. .
PAUL B. LALANE ic CO.,
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston; 8. C., Sole Agents.
Liberal discount to the trade. ? sepls-amos
JALASES, BOTTLES AND DEMIJOHNS.
160 gross FLASKS AND B ">TTLES-various sizes
2000 Demijohns-various sises
For sale, to dose consignment, by
C. OLACIUS, .'
octai-mwfs_ No. ian East Bay.
JOHN S. D UNH Alf^Qs
For purity and strength, ls unequalled. AB house?
keepers who use lt once wfll have no other. Ask
yonr Grocer for lt, and tate no other. Wholesale
by . OTTO F. WETTERS.
ILS 0 N'S GBO cr. RV.
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the most
carefully selected stock bf LIQUORS to be found.
In thu dry.
They have been selected especially for their
.medicinal qualities, sad their purity endorsed by,
the most eminent physicians of Charleston. .
Parties desiring a pore article can always rely
on Liquors sold from this estabdshment and
A foll snpply of low grades on band.
WILSONS' GROCERY, t. j
No. 80S King street. .
MW Address Box No. 388. ^. '.,
JJALIBUT FI K S
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' G ROCERT,
No. 807 King street. >
All Gooda Delivered Promptly. . sepTT .
CANNED PEACHES I CANNED
180 dosen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.'
For sale low at WILSONS'GROCERY,
No. 80S King street ;
ay All Goods delivered free._ il ?T'V'-I
CANNED TOMATOES ! CANNED TO-t
700 dosen 2Mb Canned TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSONS' Q ROO EST,
No. 808 sung street.
.Mr All Goods delivered free._-: -?
qYRUPl STEUP! SYBUPl
GOLDEN SYRUP, 66 cents a gallon. r_
No. soe King street.
MW All Goods delivered free._, ..
BARGAINS IN TEAS; COPPEB8, GBO-'
OERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Warranted to snit the palates and the pocket?
orthemllUon. WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na soo King street.
MW AU Goods delivered free._\
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
New Berringa. _~ '
For Baie low at WILSONS' 0ROCERT,
No. 806 King street.
?j-All Gooda delivered free._ ; C
NEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEEF
PimUy PU Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet. . . ~_
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 806 King street. .
MW All Goods delivered free.
'ALE STINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a largesnpply of the acore. Each
bottle contains faur pounds orthe best Beet, ?*.
dnsive of fat: can be used with cold or warm
water: also can be taken with Codliver Ou, and
destroys th^ taste of :be OIL . .
The only food ror delicate children.
This ia much superior to the "Extractor Beef,"
h ere tofo-e offered to the paulie,as wUl be found
apon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
Jon7 No. 181 Metung street.