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s TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1872.
. HEWS QFTREDAT*
tawK-'-^ ?ri -
-BeV. Tatter Byan, the popular "poet I
priest," as he is sometimes called, of the South,
has started on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
_The ex-Prince Imperial, son of the nephew
of hie uncle, it ls now said, will enter the
Boyal Military Academy of England on the
-A firm of French banks are to pay the
French government an annual payment of
sixteen minnon francs for the monopoly and
manufacture and sale of matches.
-Madame Lucca's husband,- Baron Yon
Banden, will shortly join her in New York,
haying obtained leave of absence from the
anny. What abont that divorce ? Was lt a
-??lection day ls now a legal holiday In
New York, and whether the banks there keep
open ox not, on Tuesday. , ali bills and notes
falling due on that day are by law transferred
? to Monday, and must be protested on Monday
afternoon if not duly met.
-Germany claims that she will soon be In- j
dependent of America as regards petroleum.
The crude material bas been recently dlscov-1
ered lu Gallcia In great abundance, and ex?
tensive preparations are making to flt it for
-Tba Home Journal of New York Bays:
"From a reliable source we learn that Lieu
tent Fred. D. Grant, son of President Grant,
will be married early during tao coming y ear
toMlte Wright, daughter of the late General
i Wright, of the United States army."
-The exodus of emigrants from Hamburg I
ls of snob enormous proportions as to cause (
a erl ou? uneasiness and aurm to the German
Government. Farm servants, artisans, trades- j
men and other classes flock to Hamburg by J
thousands dally, anxiously awaiting the sail?
ing of the steamers fot Baltimore and New j
-A committee are making arrangements to |
engage the Acade my of Music, in - New York,
for a series of five lectures, to be delivered by
the eloquent Dominican Honk, Father Barke,
In answer to the lectores of the English his?
torian. James Antony Fronde, on the history
of Ireland. Thus we shall hear the other!
-A commercial traveller in a Western city
handed s merchant, upon whom be bad called,
a portrait of his betrothed, Instead of his bu ai?
nes? card, saying . that he represented that I
establishment. The merchant examined lt
carefully, remarked that lt was a fine eatab- j
ila hine nt, and returned lt to the astonished
and blushing traveller, with a hope that he
would soon be admitted Into partnership.
."J??A new and cheap house gas, one thousand
feet ot which will burn as long as two thous?
and feet of ordinary coal gas, has been suc?
cessfully tested In London. The apparatus by
which lt Is manufactured ls BO simple that
oonaumers may, ll they please, make their
own gas. The gas is generated from gasogen,
a liquid procured from distillation from min?
eral oils and mixed with a portion of dissolved
resin, gum, or other hydro carbons.
-A St Petersburg letter-writter says that,
notwithstanding the assurances of a peaceful
disposition accredited to Russia by the press
' of that country, there is a savor of war in the
sir. Daring the laat-eigh teen months the ex
-postor preci?os metal from Busala has dimin?
ished nearly one-half, and the Import has in?
creased la proportion. In other words, Busala
ls lay ing up a reserve fond in the event of any
sadden pnissnre. The correspondent In qaes
tJtn concludes In expressing the opinion that [
Busala fears a sadden attack upon herself. !
-Mrs. General Gaines and her famous law-11
suits ara again commanding the attention ot
the people ol New Orleans, this time with a
prospect ot a speedy termination of her long
protracted battle in the cenrts. The indefati?
gable woman has proposed to the City Council
to compromise her ?large claims on the city,
based on Judgments against the Innocent hold?
ers who nave purchased from the corporation
property which the United States courts have
decided belonging to Daniel Clarks heirs.
The Sew Orleans Times says it looks very
much as If Mrs. Gaines had the city in a, cor?
ner on this point, and expresses a hope that a j
reasonable compromise may be effected..
-The German Aid Societies, organized for ?
*the relief ot the siok and wounded during the
late war, has Just issued their final report.
Certainly they have been generously sup-1 j
. ported, having, during the abort period be-1 ?
tween Sedan and Paris, received and expend
ed nearly fourteen millions of dollars-on?
million of which was contributed by America.
These societies propose to ase the sam-two
hundred and seventy thousand- dollars-now j
In their hands, as a permanent fand to pre ?
serve their formation and perfect all their ar- ?,
rangements, BO aa to tor m an organization j,
al ways prepared to relieve suffering at any |,
moment that var is commenced hereafter.
We have no mode of comparing the expendi?
tures of these German societies with the re?
lief societies formed during our late civil war,
lasting many years. But the exhibit of two
millions and a half of receipts, aa published by
the "United States Christian Commission," ls
far behind the generous contributions that
poured in during the Prussian war from all
-Less than a year ago that errant Prince,
tlie Grand Duke Alexis, was in this country
adopting American customs and falling In
love with. American institutions, with an
abandon that was quite delightful. Since theo
he has drifted with regal leisure around the j
world, touching occasionally upon a commu?
nicable point, then dropping ont of sight for a
season. At last advices he was hobnobbing
with the Maharajah of Jahore, and receiving
at the hands of that monarch the entertain- l
ment common to the country. The principal 1
fete wis an elaborately arranged contest i
between a tiger and a buffalo, most appro?
priate la tts * conception, considering the taste
for blood that the Grand Duke acquired inn
?basing the bison ot our plains, but injudl-l i
bloody carried oat. To make the combatants I ?
equal, the tiger waa given opium and the
buffalo arrack. This compensation arrange?
ment waa somewhat overdone. When the
curtain rose the tiger tried to sneak away, hot
the intoxicated uf?alo was eager for the fray.
He charged hi's feline enemy and knocked her
about fearfully, to whloh she made very little
opposition. At last, by means of a rope and
pulley, the tiger was raised by the neck and
let fall upon the buffalo's back. This was
worse tban pulling corks from soda bottles
wita a cork-screw; some little clawing and
chewing was done from this post of advan?
tage, bnt the enraged beast soon shook off
his burden and butted her to death. The sub?
sequent fetes and banquets at the palace were
more auspicious. His majesty drank the
health of his royal guest In a truly cosmopoli?
tan way, and the reply of Alexis was in the
brief bnt auffiel ant phrases with which his en?
tertainers in this country are familiar.
The returns transmitted to-night, by the
special correspondents of THE NEWS, will
indicate, with reasonable certainty, the
result of the momentous election now begun.
Only an unexpectedly close vote will cause
a?rions delay. That the public may have
access to the latest information at the earliest
practicable moment, the office of THE NEWS
will be kept open all night, and the tele
grams, as they are received, will be posted
lin the counting room, where they may be
seen by oar friends and the public.
Vote for Greeley.
This is no time for heroics. A Greeley
and Brown electoral ticket is before the
people of Sooth Carolina, and it is their
duty to vote that ticket at the polls to-day.
This they owe to themselves, no less than
to the benevolent old man whose kindly
heart is ali aglow with sympathy with this
sorely afflicted State. Bat If the Con ser?
ti ve citizens of Sooth Carolina have not
already resolved to show, by their action
to day, that they earnestly desire reunion,
reconciliation and peace, no words of oars, at
this eleventh hoar, will give them the far?
sightedness they need. We trust that the
vote, contrary to every indication, will be
the heaviest which the whites have cast
since the war closed, and, as the South
Carolina Liberals have no hope of victory,
their snowy ballots will be a far-reaching
testimony to the good faith with which they
espoused the principles apon which the Lib?
eral movement is based. This ls worth the
having. The probability or improbability
of Mr. Greeley's election has no bearing
upon the question. Greeley and Brown j
richly deserve the Conservative vote; they
have been promised that vote; that vote
most be given them, or we are guilty of bad
faith and of acknowledging a general defeat
before the battle is joined. Let every Con?
servative citizen, yoong and old, tarn oat
promptly this morning and vote the Liberal
B, GRATZ BRO WK.
Electors-For State ot Large.
H. P. O'CONNOR, of Charleston.
W. H. WALLACE, of Union.
8. A. PSABOE, ot Bichland.
W. W. WALKES, of Georgetown.
JOHNSON HAOOOD, of Barnwell.
SIMEON FATE, of Newberry.
W. B. ROBERTSON, of Fairfield.
Th? New Attorney-Geno ral-Judge
[From the Bock Hill Lantern.]
We think lc proper here to say a word ol
one of the newly elected officers of State,
who, though rn foll communion with the Re?
publican party, has so administered his office
as'Judge of the Metropolitan District, that we
have every reason to believe, as Attorney
General, he will maintain his character for
ability, for love of Justice and the rights of
ali. Let him bring to the discharge of his
new office the same conduct he has displayed
as Judge; let bim act without fear and with?
out favor, knowing no party, favoring no
man. In a word, let him bring to merited
punishment the conspirators known as the
Land Bing; the Bond Bing, the Baliroad Bing
-all pabilo plunderer?, beginning with his
Excellency B. K. Scott-for no man ls above
the law; kit him so act, and be sure, the pen
which records the performance will embla?
zon the name of Helton with the highest ap?
A field for fame opens before him; bat lt ls a
Seid which can be won only by a decisive con?
duct and high moral courage. May be be
equal to the occasion.
There is a speck of war In Asia. Corea has
long been a thorn In the Bide of Japan, and
the latter looked with complacency upon the
attack lately made on that Island by a United
States steamer. If an open rupture takes
place between Japan and Corea, and leads to
war, China has declared her Intention of sid?
ing with the Coreana. China, In fact, has
been arming rapidly within the last few years;
has a large army and a respectable fleet..
Feeling sarong and secure, like nations we
are accustomed to call more civilized, she
naturally ls spoiling for a fight, and this
Coreaa matter gives her. the opportunity.
China has at present fifty thousand mea
provided with Enfield and Remington rifles,
and thirty field batteries. Her navy con?
sists of six men-of-war, besides numerous
smaller Teasels, and is constantly increas?
ing. Her ooast and river defences are all
In excellent condition, and military roads
have been constructed in various parts of the
The King's Highway.
The railroads connecting Western Asia and
Eastern Europe ate accused of carrying a
royal personage to whom no fare was charged
-King Cholera. New roads are even now
projected, and an Iron network will soon con?
nect these countries. Mr. J. Netten Badcliffe
has recently drawn attention to the diffusion
of Asiatic cholera by this means. So Impor?
tant has the pamphlet of Mr. Badcliffe been
considered, that he was at once elected a
member of the Imperial Medical ftcciety of
the Caucasus, and his report was brought to
the attention of the last English Parliament
?y one of Its members. Its special Interest Is
jased upon the suggestion that a new route is
low being opened for the conveyance ol
islatlo cholera Into Europe-that whloh, tra?
versing Trans-Caacasia irom east to west by
vay ol Tlflls, brings the Black Sea into lati?
nate relations with the Caspian and with
Going, Going, Gone I
Ur. Colfax has retired again, this time posi?
tively without reserve. He did it with tears
in his eyes, in the presence o? the sympathiz?
ing inhabitants of Grand Baplds, Mich. The
contemplation of an untimely political demise,
like that of any other form ot death, is natu?
rally saddening; and when lt ls considered
that the Hon. Schuyler is about to die on
compulsion, and not ol bis own free will, his
poignant grief may readily be excused. His
state of mind in view of the approaching
event is all that could be desired. For bis
ungrateful Radical associates he utters words
of affection and forgiveness. For bis Repub?
lican friends who have erred into the devions
by-ways of Liberalism, he has nothing but
heartfelt pity and an earnest desire that they
may return to the fold. He ls "not a candl
"date for any office;" and because he ls not,
and could not be if he wished, he reproves
the stern flat of the Grantlte clique, which
persists in reading wayward brethren ont of
the party, and ls happy in the consciousness
that he Is perfectly safe in taking this mag?
nanimous course. And so, with his faded
robes of state In one hand and a large-sized
olive branch In the other, the Indiana states?
man casts his record into the lap of history,
and calmly prepares to descend from the
proud eminence of the Senatorial throne into
oblivion of his long-lost and loved South Bend
STORIES BY MOTHER AND DAUGHTER. By Mrs.
Caroline Gilman and Mrs. Carenne Jervey.
Boston: Lee ? Shepherd. 1672.
To write books for children is an art by
itself; and to write them well Is a rare art.
Many books which pass as clever books for
children are clever books, but not children's
books at all, and the successful literature ot.
childhood would suffer in bulk if the children
themselves could be beard on the point Ic
ls hardly loo much to say that both Thackeray
and Dickens failed in this kind of work. The
former's "Bose and Ring," although in form
[ a child's book, sparkles with satire that only
the worldly-wise and cynical can appreciate.
Dickens's "Pirat? Colonel" ls beyond the reach
of even clever children, and we have always
had the suspicion that "Alice in Wonder?
land" gives more pleasure In the drawing
! room-than In the nursery.
To write well for children, the writer must
have literary skill and also that knowledge of
them which comes not only from acquaintance
bot from sympathy. It ls as necessary for one
who will engage their attention and amuse
them, to gauge with accuracy their tastes and
capacities as for the more ambitious writer to
take the measure of grave audiences. And
at the same time the writer for the young I
' contends with a difficulty from which the |
naughtiness of the world absolves his co?
workers, In that he ls held to the strictest |
1 reckoning as to the moral quality of what he
writes. Grown op people are, on the whole,
amiable in condoning offences of this kind,
. but the offence, to be pardonable, must be
against themselves. And it ls not perfectly
. easy to preserve the moral quality of even a
child's book. "Sandford and Merton," famons
in Its day, ls now charged with being priggish,
and even good Mather sings a very Improper
We have said so much to show that we
think lt no small matter that in the work, the
title of which ls at the head of this article,
tbe authors have produced an excellent child's
book. Alter a long rest from authorship,
Mrs. Gilman, whose reputation as a writer for
both young and old. ls as wide aa this coun?
try, has Joined her daughter, Mrs. Jervey,
who has already given proof of having come
Into her inheritance of the literary faculty,
I and they have together produced this book,
wbloh we are sure every one will be glad of j
having the opportunity ol planing In the
hands of yoong people. It may with perfect
I Justice be said to satisfy all the conditions of |
a good child's book. Consisting of both poems
and prose tales, both the poetry and prose
is clever, amusing, and within the grasp of 1
children. A little Instruction is attempted,
but lt ls all sugared over; certainly no effort ls
made to commit the treachery of ambushing
a school book lu the guise of a story book.
About some of the pleoes there 1B a local col?
oring whiob should add much to their Interest
In this place, the home of the authors. In?
deed, there is much in lt that should make lt
a favorite at the Sooth generally, and nothing
that should affect its popularity elsewhere.
We recommend lt warmly to our readers.
flrjotograpljo, flott ra ile, & c.
NO. 293 SING [STREET,
Invites attention to his various de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Plain Photographs of all sizes
India Ink and Painted Photographs,
Crayons and Porcelains.
A FOLL ASSORTMENT OP
FRAMES, PASSE PARTOffTS. Ac,
Always on hand, and at
JP IRE INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OP LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by th? Agenoy or that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHONIX, or
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property ow neis Poliolea in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies. E. SUBBING A CO.,
sep6-8mos No. 14 Broad street,
fnillincrrj, S trato C$0000? JPr.
NO. 304 KING STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she will open THIS TAY,
October nth, a full line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, BoopsRirts, Bustles, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks. Furo, Ac Dress and Cloak Making
attended to aa uauaL
Sole agent for M'me Demorest's PAPER PAT?
TERNS. Country orders wul receive prompt at?
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, K. OP P.
Attend Regalar Convocation, at. Pythian
Hall, THIS EVENING, at half-past. 7o'clock. Mem?
bers viii please bu punctual, as business of im?
portance will be submitted for your consideration.
By order W. 0. *. 0. RIPLEY,
nov6 _Wj R. 8.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of this Aaao
cwtlon will be bein THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, the
6th instant, at 8 o'clock precisely. Members are
requested to be punctual as business of great im?
portance (Revision of ihe Constitution) will be
ionsldered. J. M. PEI ERSEN,
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB.-ATTEND
tbe Regnlar Monthly Meeting of your Qlub
THIS (Tnesda\ ) GVININO. at half-past 7 o'olock, at
Mrs. Bernard's Hall, Society street.
nov6-? GEO, w. DAVIS. Secretary.
T71GILANT STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
V PANT.-Attend Regular Monthly Meeting,
at Engine House, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7
o'clock. By order. j. A. ENSLOW, Jr.,
Borg_secretary V. S. F. E. Co.
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY. -THE REGU?
LAR Meeline of yonr Society will be held
luis (Taeaday) EVENIKG, at 7 o'clock.
O.B. GIL LIL AND,
nov6 secretary pro tem.
CHABLE8TON HOOK AND LADDER.
No. 1_Attend the Regalar Monthly Meeting
j or your Company, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, NO
! vern' er 6tb, at 8 o'clock.
nova FRANK J. McQAREY, Secretary.
ATTENTION I CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLUa-Members are here?y
notified to attend the Anniversary Meeting and
Election of Officers THIS ( ruesday) EVENING, at 7
P. M., at the Hail corner or Mary and King streets.
By order. 0. LIEBEMBOOD.
TTENTION 1 PROMPTITUDE. -AT
TEND yonr Regalar Monthly Meeting THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, 6th Instant, at Liberty Ball,
at half-past 7 o'clock precisely.
By order of President. J. S. LAZARUS,
nov?-* Assistant Secretary.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of the Charles?
ton Board of Trade will beheld at their Rooms
on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 0th November, at
hair-past 7 o'clock. A punctual attendance bi
particularly requested, as business ot vital Im?
portance to tbe Board win be submitted,
GEORGE L. HOLMES,
OCI6 2_secreta ry and Treasurer.
CAROLINA SPORTMAN'S CLUB.
. A Special Meeting or tba Club, to receive
the reports or the Special and Standing Oom init?
i?es, will be held at the residence or the Presi?
dent, No. 46 Pitt street, corner of Vanderhorst
street, on THCBDAY EVENING, the 7th Instant, at
7 O'Clock. JAMES P. LESESNE,
nov4 Secretary and Treasurer,
W~~?NTED~TO PURCHASE, A HOUSE
with four rooms, kitchen, good lot, els
lem. Ap. Will pay one-third cash, and balance
In mommy or quarterly Instalments with inter?
est. Address T. H., through this office, ctatlng
terms, location, Ac._nov6
WANTED, A SMART YOUTH. BOARD
and lodging will bs given. ARCHER'S
Wbolesale and Retail Notion and fancy Bazaar,
AWAITINGMAN WANTED. RECOM?
MENDATION required. Apply at Central
Wharf office._nov6 2?
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
Woman to mind a Guild, and make her
seir generally useful. Apply No. 6 Meeting street.
WANTED TO HIRE, CAPABLE
HOUSE BOT. Wages punctually patd.
Recommandation required. Apply at 46 Cannon
street, near smith street_nov61?
WANTED, A SETTLED COLORED
WOMAN to take charge of children and
make herself use rm. Apply, with recommends*
Hons, at Grocery Store southwest corner of Ball
and Gadsden streets._nov6-l?
WANTED, FOUR WHITE SEAM
STREssES or Dressmakers. Apoly at
Nu. 238 King street._nov4
TO PRINTERS.-WANTED, TWO GOOD
BOOK Compositors. Apply ts WALKER,
EVANS A COGSWELL, No. S Broad street.
WANTED, AT No. 140 WENTWORTH
stree-, a White Woman to Cook and Wash
for a small family. Good recommendations re?
TURPENTINE LANDS.-TO RENT, 5000
acres Superior Virgin Trees. Appiy-t^*-"- *V
CUL BURN, No. ll Broad Btreet-^pcgg^hwaUM*
TT/ANTED^^^WHITE WOMAN TO
Tv Cook *5u Wasb, or to uook. Also, a Girl
to do Housework. Apply at No. li Water street.
WANTED, A COOK AND WASHER.
Also, a House Boy, about Hf teen to six?
teen years old. apply at No. 186 Queen street.
ADOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR
made, and you can nave $26 by buying a
HuME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE mat Will do
as good work as any high price Machine, and
last aa long._pov4-3
WANTED TO HIRE, A CAPABLE
colored girl as house servant. Referen?
ces required. Apply at No. 126 Queen etreet,
corner of Trapmann._ novi
AYOUNG LADY, WHO CAN TEACH
the English Branches, Latin and Music, is
very desirous of obtaining a situation as teacher
in a private family. Address ? L. A. T.,? Box No.
04, Bennettsville, 8. 0._oci28-12
4GENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIRITS OP THE WORL1D. THE TREAS
I HOU8E OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OK THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 25 to loo
coplea in a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Add rea? J. W. G0OD8PEED, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, st. Louis, New Orleans.
toot ano Xormo.
WABD wm be given ir left at No. 40 Bad?
on?a street. nov61*
DOG LOST.-A YOUNG NEWFOUND^
LAND SLUT, answering to the name or
JUUO, with roar white feet. A liberal reward will
bo paid. Apply, P. P. TOALE, No. 80 Hay ne
T^RENTTA^ WEL?F1DBJ-IISHED ROOM.
Board lr desired. No. 128 st. Phillp street,
tour doors sooth of Cannon street. DOTM*
TO RENT, SUITABLE ROOMS, No. 42
Calhoun street. nov4-s?
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Bulldlag. Na 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office of THK
NEWS, and formerly known as tbe French Coffee
Huuse. For terms, Ac., applv at the office of
TUB NEWS, No. 19 Broad street._bep28
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF A
House, oonslBtlng or three square rooms and
two attics, with Kttcben and cistern. Apply at
Drug Store No. 78 Klug street, below Broad.
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 King street, next to corner
BurnB lane. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOKSYTHE, MCCOMB A
CO., corner King street and Burns lane.
FOR RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE at the southeast corner of Meeting
and Charlotte streets. A fine cistern and ample
servants' accommodations on tie premises. Apply
to CHAS. J. OOLCOUK, North Atlantic wharf.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 394 King street, recently occupied by
FOHSYTBE, MCCOMB A 00. The st?rt- la neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gas Fixtures win
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FORsYTHE, MCCOMB A CO., corner King street
and BurnB lane._ocil-tuthB
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. S King street,
recently finished, Bultable for one or two respect?
able famines, having all the necessary outbuild?
ings for the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premise? one of the largest cisterna and
one of the best wells of water In the city. Apply
on the premises._seggj
Oopartncriri ia a ano ff) .B?oia?ions
1871-The Copartnership heretolore exist?
ing between WM. BRO WER and T.M.SLOAN ls
trna day dissolved by mutual consent.
nov6-3*_T. M. SLOAN.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a copartnership, nuder the
name and style of COUNTS A WROl'?N, for the
purpose of carrying on the Cotton Factorage and
General Commission Business. Office South At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row.
T. J. COUNTS,
W. H. WROTON.
Char! ea ton, October 15,1S72. octlO-lmo
R^?TO?WEALE^?ABLES, No. 89
. CHURCH STREBT.-MULES, MARES,
Hu KS ES, for sale on Time, Cali and examine
them. CHAS. D. ggOgTj nov6-6* \
FOR SALE, A GOOD DBAFT HORSE,
one gix>d spring wagon and:one dray. No.
64 Market street._ novS-e*
BAG MACHINE FOR SALE.-FOE
makins; Bags for Phojj.hate Companies, or
any kind of light or heavy Bowing, KINSMAN
BROS, King: street._nov6-l?
PLANTATION FOR ?ALE.-A VERY
floe PLANTATION, (iltnated In Colleton
Oonnty, S. C., on the Orange aurg Road, about 4
miles from 41 Station, S. 0. 15. R., conaiatlng of
abont l&oo acres, more or lsss, abont 160 acres
of fine planting land cleared and under fence,
tho balance weil timbered and suitable for tur?
pentine, bei) I des beluga central location; bound?
ed on all Bides by the finest turpentine trees in
Also, a very nice Two Story DWELLING of the
very best heart yellow pins, with sta-lea and
outhouses for at least 15 mules and 20 hands.
Parties wishing to go Inte the turpentine busi?
ness, will find it to their interest to consult
KINSMAN k HOWELL, Charleston, S. 0.
BURGER A RATSOR,
nov6-tufij_George's Station, S. C. R. ir.
OW TO MAKE MONEY.-BUY THE
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE for
%tb irom T. L. BISSELL, iigent, No. 265 Sing,
JjlOR SALE, A FIBST-RATE ABBE
? VILLE PLANTATION, containing about
16?0 acres, capable of advantageous division, the
Property formerly of General Augustus M. smith,
now of his widow. For terms and particulars,
apply to JOEL S. PERRIN, Esq., of Abbeville, or
to WARDLAW A CAREW, Charleston. ?
SEVENTY-FIVE HEAD OF MULES
and Holls UH. at HOOKADAT'S STABLES,
columbus street, ror sale lo sr for cash or city ac?
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and commission M crehant, No. 0 Boyce's
Wharf, Charleston, S.O.,baa a few of the Cele?
brated Wright A warnock's Horse Power ready
for deliver?. _ octlQ-lmo
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Moles will find lt to their ai van
I tage to call a; HOGAN A co.'s STABLES, No. soe
King street, iseforu purchai log elsewhere.
nova stnthlmo pac*_
FOR SATE, TWO HORSE POWERS TN
good order. A Twe a ty-five-Horse Engine,
with wroag it iron Shana and Water Wheel
Flanges, suitable for asters wheel steamer. Also,
a Fonr-Hojse Engine. Will be sold at reasonable
prices. Also, a variety or well got up Wheel?
wright Wort. Apply to A McLEISH, No. 4 Cum?
berland street, between State and East Bay
TjlOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
JT J. HENRY OTJEN, son of the late Henry
Otjen, for Seventy-five col ara. WU1 be Bold at a
discount nt MENKE A MULLER'S. aug27
PLEASANT R?^M? TOTBEI?TT^TH
our Board, to oentiamen, at No. 208 Meet
lug street, corser of Society._nov5-5?
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN OR GEN?
TLEMAN and wife ?an obtain good board
t.nd p'eaaant rooma at No. 79 Wentworth street.
GOOD BOARD CAN BE HAD BY AP?
PLYING at, No. 16 3otledgd street west
i stue. near Wentworth; roo ES pleasant and airy
I on tho lins Pity Railway._novl-6*
SOUTHERNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain Orat-clasa Board at No. o West
Twenty ninth street, New York, four doora from
Giisey Hcuse. and in the n elghnorhood of nine of
the principal hotels. Terns $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken._oct28 Imo
SINGLE GENTLEMEN OR A FAMILY
can obtain BOARD, with pleasant Rooms,
upon reasonable tarma, at No. 71 Broad street,
I on the south side, betw ;cn Meeting and King
jfoint Stock Compano.
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY lor the benefit or th i State Orphan Asylum.
GLASS No. 233-MONDAY MORNING. NOV. 4.
04-42- 9-66-63-26-44-37-73-33-64 - 3
CLASS No 234-M0NDiY EVKNINO, Nov 4.
56-61-83-39-26-65-: 5-13 - 1-66-67-29
nova-i A. MOROSO, i worn Oommslsloner
ba? resumed her Lessons In Dancing on
MONDAY, 28th October. She will be pleased to
meet her Afternoon and Night Classes and ber
Private Pupils for the present at her Residence,
No. S3 Bnll street, corner of Lynch.
MARY ANN B?IE INSTITUTE, ON
Heights or Aiken, a 0. General G. J.
RAINS, J?rofea8or nud Lecturer. For terms apply
to MISS M. A. BUIE,
oct25 Principal or Institute, Aiken, s. 0.
ftrngs ano iftriuevnes.
Warraated under oath never to have failed to
core. 2?,600 Certificates or testimonials of cure,
Including Rev. 0. H. EwUig, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joesph Beggs, Falls or Schuylkill, P h ll adel
&hla; the wire or Rev. J. B. Davla, Hicrhtatown,
ew Jeisey; Rev. Thonas Murphy, Frankford,
Phliadel phla; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: HOD. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress frem Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cam
dan, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Gove-.-nor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to ei re or money refunded.
DB. GEO. OA CL 1ER, Agent,
Jolyl- lyr Charleston, S.O.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenbriar White Sulphur Springs
For sale by DR. H. BAEB ,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
EXTRACTS FOR THE HANDKEROHIEF,
Comprlf lng a variety of Lnbln's Oholcest Odors
Piesse ?; Lubln,
And Chins' Extracts, In great variety
Soci?t? Hygi?nique OU
Hullo F biloc?me
S wage's Crslna
Ac, Ac, AC
For.sale by DR. fl. BAER,
_Ito. 181 Meeting street.
BEEP, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRO?. AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general use, especially in
caaea of delicate females and ohildien. They may
be bad dr DR, H. BAER,
'.So. 131 Meeting street.
A full stock or Elixirs, and all the other, new
Pharmaceutical Prepara dons always kept on
A Full Assortment or the Beat
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
Mo. 131 Meeting street.
The real, genuine, imported article, in
dur?rent styles, comprising
Joseph Antoni Farina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (Francois Marie Farina.
Also, a very superior Cologne, or my own man?
ufacture, put op in all sti les.
Give it a trial. DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
JWTY THE TENDER BABE !
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article or this
name has launched thousands or helpless Inno?
centa into an early gravo. Thia has been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt,
for which reason it ls condemned by tho majority
Seeing the necessity fo" an article of this sort,
entirely free from opiates, and other lnjnrlous
drugs, Dr. Baer has put cp the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the use or Infants Teething, and for children
Buffering from diarrhoea, dysentery, Ac Thia
may be given with perfect confidence, and la ap?
proved by every physician who has examined the
formula. Price 26 cents, per bottle; five bottles
Usual Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston. |
NN TJA L FA IB
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL '
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
W1U commence at their Fair a ron noa, at Sawn
nan, Georgia, MONDAY, December 2d, 1872, and
continue Six Days.
The Central Railroad passes by the Grounds.
No fee will be charged for Entering or Exhibit?
For Premium Lists or Information, address
t. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
oct28-lmo savannah, Georgia.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, Na 8 BBOAD STREET.
All HoNET deposited In ibis Bank on or before
the FIFTH DAT or each Calendar Month will bear
Interest (SIX PER CENT.) for that Month as ir de?
posited on the 1st Instant.
Deposit? of ONE DOLLAR and upwards re?
Deposits received Dally from 9 A M. to 2 P. M.,
and on Saturday Evenings.
This Branch ls under the management or the
LOCAL FINANCE COMMITTEE: .
LOUIS D. DaSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELO HE RS,
Da. A. B. ROSE, BES J. F. EVANS,
O.WULBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank: at the most prominent
points in this State. D. H AVENEL, JIU,
oct3l-5 Cashier at Charleston.
I jj M. WATEBS A CO.,
(LATE WATERS, PIERCE A 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
NO. 6S BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Bay and Sell Contracts for Future Delivery of
Cotton, strictly for a commission, so that no in?
terest or our own can possibly conflict with that
of our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Union National Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. octO-lmo
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C.. November
15.1872.-in consequence of the Eleotlon tue City
?nices will be closed THIS DAT:
nov6_w. W. SIMONS, Clerk of CoonolL
OFFICE CHIEF OF FOLIOB, MAIN
QUAKDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. 0., NO?
VEMBER 4TH, 1872.-The attention of all persons
concerned is hereby called to the fact that on and
after thia date, Night Soil may be removed from
Vaults and Privies within the limits of the olty.
There will be an inspection or all Night-soil
Cans, at the foot of Line street, on the first WED?
NESDAY or each monto, at 12 o'clock M., and no?
tice is hereby given that said Inspection win be
most rigid, and ali Carts not found In the most
perfect order will be excluded from work. '
Parties engaged lp the Night-soil Business are
also itpecialiy not! flo J that ir they fall to have their
Carta at said inspection tbey will be prevented
from working for one month from the time or
I HU cn rallare, ia accordasoe with Ordinance and
' Police Regulations In reference thereto.
By order of the Mayor.
nov4 2 JOHN C. M1N0TT, Chief of Police.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., NO
V fy M BER 4TH, 1872.-The attention of all whom lt
may concern ls called to the following section of
a Proclamation issued by bis Excellency the Gov?
ernor or the ?tate of South carolina, dated Oc?
tober Oth, 1672: . *
All Barrooms and Drinking Saloons shall he
closed on the day ol Eleotlon; and any person
I wno aball sell any intoxicating drinks on that
? day shall be gullly of a misdemeanor, ant' on con?
viction thereof .shall be fined In a sam not less,
than one'Ifunur?d dollars, or be Imprisoned for a
period not leas than one month, nor more than
In conformity with the above, all Barrooma
within the limns or the City of Charleston will be
closed from 12 o'clock thia MONDAY NIGHT, No?
vember 4th, 1872, until a o'clock WBDWBBDAY
MOUSING. November 6th, 1872.
By order of the Mayor.
nov4-2 JOHN 0. MINOTT, Chief or Police.
OFFICE CITY VAC0INATOR,
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 1, 1872.-The
om co for "Public Vaccination," under the autho?
rity and Instructions or .toe Board or Health, will
beopenod inls day.for general abd gratuitous
vaccination to all classes of our community.
T. S. THOMSON, M, D., Surgeon la chage, will
be at s?tu office, Vandernor.?t street, one door
west or Meek Market, between the hours er 12
and 2 o'clock each day, Sundays excepted, and
i all persona not properly vaccinated are hereby
Invited and requested to present themselves and
their children lor vaccination. novl
JJ KO KER AGE OF SOUTHERN STAPLES
BEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTONS, RICE,
cleaned or In the roogb, and all other negotiable
commodities will be legitimately negotiated roi
sale by the undersigned.
Long experience lu business they flatter them?
selves will give them a share or patronage from
their friends and the public.
W. M. LAWTON A BON,
novft-toweS* Office No. 4 Boyce's Wharf.
JJ A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MUSTING STRKET,.
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BABE LEY A 00
Desires to inform his mends and the public
that be ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or au kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper stock, iron, and all kinds ol
Dealers in COTTON, Naval stores and Scotch
Pig iron. may2o-mwf];r
I would respectfully Inform my friends that I
have resumed business at No. 26 Vendue Range.
Provision and Produce commission Merchant,
f egal Notices.
O'NEILL VS. McKEWN.-NOTICE IS
hereby given to those who have proved
their claims against the Estate of the late Rev. P.
O'NEILL, that a final dividend or 2 per cent, on
their culms will be paid at the Equity Court
Room, on and after this lay.
nov5-2_JOHN B. GRAY, Receiver.
FINAL NOTICE-ESTATE OF MBS. E.
B. WILKINS.-On the 2d day of December
next, at ll o'clock A. M.. the nnderalgned will
apply to GEORGE BUIST, Esq., Judge of Probate
ror charlearon County, for letters dlamlBBory to
him aa Executor of above Estate,
october^), 1872. MARTIN L. WILKINS.
THREE WEEKS FROM DATE APPLI
CATION will be made to the Planters' and
Mechanics' Bank of Charleston, S.O., for renewal
or CERTIFICATES No. 10.591 for Five Shares and
No. 16,871 ror Thirteen Shares Stock, in name or
ANN J. GADSDEN, the original having been lost
Charleston, 28th October, 1872. oct2&-tn3
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-ALL PER?
SONS having demands against the estate or
the late CHARLES N. HUBERT, deceased, will
present the same property attested and those
indebted will make payment to ANN HUBERT,
Qualified Executrix. oct22 tn3
WHEELER A WILS.ON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
apr&-lyr Na 200 King street.
jgTclpNi ?%c ?;NT~
5,000 pounds Cherice C. B. ?IDES
30,000 pound s Choice Shoulders
: 10,000 porinatfVd. 2 Shoulden. .
For sale low, by PETER UACQJJZ&f,
nov6 2 _No. 26 Vendue Binge.
CHOICE EASTERN HAT.
nmit J--rr: m?xi?Ti
126 baie), landina: frorn ship Ida Lill/ on Van
derhom's Wharf. . , . . .
For sale by ?I LOOKF-A ORONING,
JUST IN, NORWEGIAN ALE, t
[First Importation !rom Christiania.) <
English Stilton Cheese, ?3
Bi th or great merit.
nov5-tuCri2? JOHN HUB KAM? A 00,
JWIT1 FRUIT! FRUIT 1
RECEIVED PEE SCHOONER ANNIE HARRIS.
1,600 hunches Choice BED BANANAS
26,000 Baracoa Oranges.
ALSO, IN STORK,
600 boxes Fire Crackers, 800 bbl?. Arpies, 76
bbls. Red and Yellow Onions, loo bois. Potatoes,
so bbls. Nuts, 60 boxes Lemons, loo boxes Rai?
sins. 40 Kegs Malaga Grapes, 40 bbls. Bean*-a d
Split Peas, 40 rralis Dates, Figs, Citron, Aa. All
or which win be sold at lowest market prices at
Nos. 66, 57 and 69 Market street,-by
nov?_? - , . o. BART A 00. .. .
R U I Tl F R 1X\I T'4:
120,000 Choice Sweet st Andrew's ORANGES
20.000 Baracoa Bananas, clean and" hair hasted ?
l.ooo bunches Baracoa Bananas -. JTy
200 bbls. prime northern Apples .
loo bags prime wnmlnuion fSmtm.
Always on hand, a mil atoc4tofiMOTK-AInoMs>i
Pecans, Wa'nuta, Filberts and Brasils. FuJl bM
of Canned Gooda, Fruits and Vegetables !TUus?n?T
Grapes, Dates, Cindies, ail styles; Fire cractot%>
Foll stock of Apples, Onions, Potatoes ana Cab?
bages al way a on hand. -
KBES8EI, A EOLANDE*,- .
Ko. 186 East Bay, corner Market street.
nOT4-8 ' . ? T .." .ii-!
?gEED! S'JB E.. D ! -
RED RUST PROOP ?iSD BLACKGAT?- ? -y
Carolina .and Weawm Rye?..... .7 , ."
For sale by -ff ' "WM; H. JONES A 00. -
D0V4-2 ... 'j ?. < .
COAL, CHOICE COAL; * *;*
soo tons Bed Ash. Egg and stove COAL, now
landing and to arrive. For salalowJoy., . ;v;j
I _ WM. JOHNSON ;
^PPLESI APPLES i . ,.(
? 50 b?rrela BALD WIN &, Spltzeooergs andotheti,1
In prnie order. Landing from s team er Men sal?
tan. For sale by JOHN f. o?r*^
ootai_ ..? : - Mo. let
A B T I N V* if O'pr^DT
. . . . . .rx..;} trna
(Successors to ute E. E. Bedford,)
SOLESALE AND R E T A r. L GROCERS,
Nos. 127 and 129 MEETING STBEET, . ? ;
Corner Market street, Charleston, honth Carolina,
Keep on hand a well selected Stock of Choice
Family supplies. ' r- J .
Country orders respectfully soilcltsd.Noeharga
Steamers. '.. r' . - >iwf
W. H. WELCH-FLTCTWOOD LANNKAJI-L. EA?OT,
OCt24-PdC3mOS _ ? ....... 4.1' j
"^j?TSE OF THE ALLSPICE. !
Indus ?terqae aerviet nnL
The greitest natural Tonio In the world-and'
most certain cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion,
Diarrhoea, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Morbus, or
any other Derangement of the Stomach or Bowe^v
Highly endorsed by the Medical.Faculty or the
I North. It ls nat an Alcoholic Compound, ^etng
manufactured only from the juice or the-'ripe
Allspice. Price ll per Bottle. . . !* , i, /^a
Sole Proprietor, G. Di O?BD?VA,^^^
No. 62 William street, New York, f.
Agents; MARTIN A MOOD,
oct26-stuth8nios . Oh?tit??o?.^
WILSON'S GROCERY la now offering the mott;
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be foupd
In thia city. ? , ". ?
They have been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, and their purity endorsed by
the moat eminent physicians of Charleston. "" "
Part ic s.d es Irin g a pare article can always rely .
on Liquors sold from thia establishment and'
A foll supply of low grades on hand. 1
WILSONS' GROCERY, \ 1
No. so? King street. 1
SW Address Box No? 881? " . ,.." ...<, .... i
HALIBUT F Li N S ?
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. "??-*
TONGUES AND 80OTD??.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY^
. Na 80T FUn* Street
AIT Goods Delivered Promptly? . ; sejtfr >
CANNED PEACHES I : CA WEI*
PEACHES I . . :
180 dozen 2 and s lb. CANNED PEACHES,* '
For sale lew at WILSONS' GROCERY, > - '..
i^t.r Na 806 King street -, .
AsT*All Goods delivered free. . . f
CANNED TOMATOES IY CANNED?"?
MA TO ES i ....;..._..,:*m
700 donen 2-ib Canned TOMATOBL- . .
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCEEY.
No. 3oe King street
JOT All Gooda delivered free, H > :'>r,t?? 'h.
TRUPl SYRUP ! SYBU?M'
WILSONS* OROCEBY, "
Na soe King atreet \
MW AU Goods dehvered rros. , ? ... ;
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS. . ;
Warranted to suit the palates and tho pocket?
of the million. WILSONS' G ROC Er, ?, ? .
Na soe King street .
?All Goods delivered free._ '?' '?
XTBW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
x SPICED SALMON.
Extra NO. 1 MACKEREL ? - , ?
New Herrings. _
For salo low at WILSONS' GROCERY, ,
No. soo King street
jsyAU Goods delivered free.
XTE W SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
Xl TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIEE.)
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Phj Tongues
For slffw iilrf' ^^^SSSSL.
Ne. soo King atreet
MW All Goods deuvered free.
JlOOD FOR THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
YOUNG SHAD. '
The Cheapest and best Food in existence. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes. '
PAUL B. LALANE St CO.,
Na 176 East Bay, Charlestou, & C., Sela Agents.
Liberal dhconnt to the trade, . aepi9-3moa
IvL Physicians' Saddle Bags.