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Meetings] Thia Day.
Washington Lodge, at.8 P. M.
Charleston Social Club, at 7 P. M
Charleston Land Company, at half-past
^ Chicora Social Club, at 8 P. M.
* Bed Stocking Base Ball Club, at half-past 7
Auction Sale? Thia Day
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, mule, horse, furniture, Ac.
P. B. Lalane A Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, contents of a retail
John G. Milner A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, clothing, dry goods and sun?
Henry Cobia A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, butter, cheese, &c.
WHAT NEXT?-The Columbia Union says
that United States District Attorney Corbin,
and Attorney-General Akerman, of the United
States, have gone up the Greenville Boad with
Colonel Merrill for the purpose of investigating
Ku-Klux affairs atYorkvllle. Mr. Akerman
having finished up bis work In North Carolina,
proposes to give this poor State a dose. And
this pettifogging scalawag is Attorney-General
of m United States.
HA! HA ?-The Columbia Phoenix says : "We
are informed that ex Representative H?ge,
accompanied by representative R. B. Elliott,
visited the Presidential mansion, several days
ago, with reference to a change in the United
States marshalshlp for South Carolina. But
the Radical President evinced no disposition to
conciliate his colored brother; Intimated pretiy
broadly that he. would not be dictated to, and
f^^sea, as 1B stated, gave the representative the
^^otd shoulder. The present incumbent, it is
presumed, Is to be retained."
ONE MORE REPENTANT.-The handsome bug?
gy blanket, stolen a lew days ago lrom the
back office cf a physician, was recovered yes?
terday, tad proved to have been stolen by the
galvanized thief Robert Wickels, who bad been
arrested by Officers Burke and Davis on sus?
picion. Wickels was promised bi? freedom on
?i's confessing where the blanket was, and
catching at this delusive straw, he told how he
bad stolen it from the office and where he had
secreted lt. The blanket was soon found, and
Wickels was brought belore Trial Justice Ma?
grath, who having found him guilty oi the lar?
ceny, sent him to Sheriff Mackey's Hotel lor
thirty days. _
THE GEORGIA HOME.-The annual statement
of this Southern Insurance company, of Co?
lumbus, Ga., will be found In another column,
and affords a gratifying proof of Its prosperity.
THB capital of the company amounts to $350,
OOO, and its assets on the first day ol January
last to $494,959 55. With this capital during
thft past year they have paid from their re?
ceipts, besides their disbursements, $50,000 In
dividends, and redeemed within a iracdlon of |
?20,000 of their scrip. The assets of the com?
pany consist of railroad bonds and stocks,
and real estate, assessed at their market
value. The premiums show a steady increase
for the past five years, and since 'GC have
more than trebled In amount. The affairs of i
the company have evidently been well con?
J^- ROYALTY IN TROUBLE-Last evening about
8 o'clock, a colored man, rejoicing in the aris?
tocratic tide ot Prince Albert, entered the
store ot Mr. Schroder, at the corner of Elog
street and South Bay, considerably the worse
lrom his recent absorption of mean whiskey.
The Prince, Imperiously drunk, soon became
engaged In high words with a Democratic citi?
zen, named William Brown, and resenting
certain words of the latter asan aspersion
upon his royal dignity, seized a large' knife,
useoTfor slicing bacon, and made^for Bro .m.
The falter saw the knife, and intent upon sav?
ing nia bacon, cangbt the advancing Prince in
his arms, and in the true burlesque style,
yelled for the police. Clubs and Stars soon
aiade their appearance, and the struggTtag
Prince was led away to the Guardhouse. He
was duly immersed In a cell, and will make a
sober appearance before the Mayor this morn?
SAD ACCIDENT-Between 12 andi o'clock
yesterday Master Willie Cbrletzberg, son of ?
Mr. J. R. Cbrletzberg, while climbing on a
shed at the back of Messrs. Adams A Damon's
establishment, in Broad street, lost his footing
and fell over Into the yard at (be back of the
Bank of the State building. The shed was
about twelve feet high, and the boy fell on
the bricks with which the yard is paved. A
number of persons ran to his assistance, and
having taken him up, his right wrist was
found to be dislocated and fractured, and bis
head and face badly bruised. He was taken
home, and, under the care of a skilful sur?
geon, Is doing well. The boy is an intelligent
lad of about ten years of age, and ls gifted
with a peculiar talent of drawing and cutting
admirable] likenesses on paper. Bis genial,
merry disposition made him an universal fa?
vorite, and in his misfortune bis family have
many cordial sympathizers.
THE INSURANCE COMPANIES.-Captain S. Y.
Tupper received l'ie following satisfactory id?
eograms yesterday afternoon from companies
which he represerts :
FROM THE PHOENIX, OF NEW TOR*.
NEW YOHK, October ll, 1871.
To S. T. Tupper, Agent:
Capital unimpaired. Will pay all losses from
net surplus. PHOSIX INSURANCE CO.,
Of New York.
FROM THE MANHATTAN, OF NEW TORE.
NEW YORK, October ll, 1871.
TTb flt Y. Tupper, Agent :
"Manhattan" policies still good.
AN?. J. SMITH,
vice-President Manhattan Ins. Co.
FROM THE INTERNATIONAL, OF NEW TORE.
NEW YORK, October ll, 1871.
To S. T. Tupper, Agent :
Our capital ls unimpaired. Charge full rates.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO .
Of New York.
Mr. E. Sebring, Vhe agent of the North
British and Mercantile Insurance Company,
received yesterday the following telegram
lrom his company. It will be noted that the
company, although a heavy loser, does not
consume its surplus, and gives five thousand
dollars to the Chicago sufferers :
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE
NEW YORK, October ll, 1871.
To E. Sebring & Co., Agents, Charleston:
Managers have received the following tele?
gram lrom London Board :
"Subscribe five thousand dollars for Chicago
sufferers; Bettie all losses promptly; draw at
three days' sight; American assets will not be
(Signed) CHAS. E. WniTE,
President Chase, of the Hartford Insurance
Company, announces in a. dispatch that the
Oki Hartford will prompCM?I?^ts obliga?
tions In Chicago und ^MKfc usual.
Although nothing deflnitejS^MM?en heard
from Chicago by the ..EtnwSplrWe Com?
pany, ot Hartlord, the secretary states that its
losses are not serious, ai\d the company cau
nptj^eriously injured. For both of these
JE^&U* Mr. I. I-T- Hayden ls the agent, and
^B^T^! Honour t!;e . ib-agent in Charleston.
TBE BE A LT H OF THE CITY.
Atlast a black frost Is definitely promised.
It is to come at the full ol the moon thiB
The city registrar reports the receipt of two
certificates of death from yellow fever in the
twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday.
One was a child, who died on the 9th, and the
other was a young German woman, who died
on the 10th.
WEDNESDAY'S RE Pt RT.
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH,
CHARLESTON, October ll. 1871,12 M.
Two (2) certificates of death from yellow
fever received since last report.
ROBERT LEBBY, M. D.,
Besides the above, the following certificates
have been received since last report :
One for congestion of liver, dated October 8.
One for lockjaw, dated October 9.
One for dysentery, dated October 9.
One for consumption, dated October 9.
One for remittent bilious fever, dated Octo?
One for consumption, dated October 10.
One for convulsions, dated October 10.
THE OAKLEY MURDER.
Another of tht .Murderers Arrested-Fur?
The full details of this horrid deed were
given in THE NEWS of yesterday, as related by
the prisoner, Anthony Thompson, himself,
and the statements there made are still main?
tained by Thompson to be the true story. In
the subsequent developments, however, the
statement conflicts considerably with that of
As soon as the details of the murder and the
names ol the parties suspected were published
yesterday morning, Ran Balden, one of the
principals In Thompson's statement, came lo
the depot of the Northeastern Railroad and
to Mr. Robinson, the agent in this city. Ran
alleged that he saw the charges against him,
and, knowing that he was Innocent, had sur?
rendered himself. He was sent down to the
Detective office and there repeated his asser
lions ol bis not having anything to do with the
murder. Ran is an intelligent negro, speaks
rapidly, and chewed tobacco nervously during
the time he was questioned concerning the
li that he is employed as a teamster at the At
lantlc Phosphate works, and was t?tere during
the time the murder was committed and all
next day (Sunday.) On Monday he came to
town, and at Mr. Buchheit'a. corner ot Line
and Meeting streets, he met Sam White, (who
according to Thompson's statement, went into
the house with Ran and murdered Mr. Fidea.)
Sam bad been drinking and seemed fiuBh, and
insisted on Rana keeping him company. Ran
says be started from the works to the city to
take the Northeastern train, on Monday eve
ning, for Gourdin's to see his sick mother. Sam
Insisted that he was going up too, and with
Thompson the party got on the train. On the
way Ran and Sam wr e seated together,
TALKING LIKE FRIENDS
on different malters. When the train arrived
at Oakley, Thompson, who was seated some
distance from the two others, was arrested by
some men, upon seeing which Sam leaped
from the car and took to the woods. Ran
went on to Gourdin's, and after seeing his
mother, returned to the city next day. Yes?
terday he heard all about the murder in THE
NEWS, and delivered hlmsell up. Ran told
his story with an air of truth, and when told
that Thompson bad differed so much in his
account, remarked that the latter was crazy.
He offered to produce
PROOFS OF HIS INNOCENCE,
and, accompanied by Officer Hord, be pro?
ceeded to the atlantic Phosphate Works,
where he procured certificates and affidavits
from several persons, among them the engi?
neer and sulphur burners at the works. These
state that they saw Ran Balden at the works
on Saturday night (the night of the murder)
between 8 and 9 o'clock attending to his
mules, and that he was there at work early
next morning as usual. It'would thus seem
impossible that Ran could have been one of
the murderers who entered the house. Sam
White, the other ruffian, came down to the
city, and seems to have been
ENJOTINQ TUE FRUITS OF HIS CRIME.
He spent, it seems Sunday and Monday in
the city, and after the disagreeable Intrusion
of the constables in the cars at Oakley on Mon?
day night, and his hasty flight into the woods,
again made his way to the city. On Tuesday
Dight White put up at a boarding house In I
Felix street, near Cannon, and slept with a j
colored boy named CuplJ, who reported the
fact yesterday to Officer Thomas Fosberry, of
the coroner's office. He said further that
White paid his way like a lord, and made pur?
chases of clothes, shoes, pistols and other arti
cles freely. Cupid brought White's thing
from the depot, and for these services White
told him he could take the
among his luggage. Officer Fosberry went to
Cupid's house, and getting hold of the carpet
bag made an examination of its contents. He
lound two vests, one satin and the other cassi
mere; a pair ot shoes, some broken candy, to.
bacco and other articles Just bought. The
vests are a little worn, and correspond to the
description of the two missing from the trunk
of the murdered man. In the pocket of one
was found a leathern wallet containing six
five dollar greenback bills.
CUPID AND SAM WHITE
left the house where they slept yesterday
morning, and soon after White gare Cupid the
carpetbag and dismissed him, saying that he
was about to leave the city. He started with
Cupid on the preceding day for the depot of the 11
Savannah and Charleston Railroad, but being
taken sick returned to the house in Felix
street. Officers Hord and Porns left the city
last evening for Columbia, on his track, but it
is believed by many that Sam Is In the city or | j
near it. The other prisoners are held for ex?
THE SQUABBLE OVER THE UNITED STATES
MARSHALSHIP.-The Washington Star, of Mon?
Congressman Elliott, of South Carolina, saw
the President on Saturday to urge the remo?
val o? United Slates Marshal Johnson. The
President will not make any change until af?
ter a conference with Senator Sawyer. Ex
Congressman H?ge is a candidate for the mar
A Washington letter, of Monday, to the Bal?
timore Gazette says:
Senator Sawyer called upon the President
to-day to meet the charges made against John?
son, marshal of South Carolina. He showed that
whilst the faction that is seeking the removal
ol Johnson were charging him with alleged
sympathy with the Ku-Klux, the marshal wa?,
at that verj moment, delivering a number ol
the Ku-Klux over to the custody of the court
at Columbia, and, as shown by a press tele?
gram, had gone io arrest others. That in?
stead of comins here and neglecting his busi?
ness to beg a continuance in office, lie was
failhlu ly discharging the duties of his office
H ow much the President will be affected by
this stateiaenr of Senator Sawyer remains to
be seen, bat the other (action of Radicals, de?
manding the appointment of H?ge in place ol
Johnson, are confident of success. The Radi?
cals are now divided among themselves over
the Federal official patronage.
THE ACADEMY OF Music GRAND GIFT CON
certs, as advertised by Messrs. Huller, Chad?
wick, Gary & Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent
lor this splendid and attractive scheme, is now
prepared to sell tickets for the same. Appli?
cations to be made to him at the office ot Mr.
Edward M. Moreland, No. 29 Broad street.
CLUBS AND STARS_The Mayor's docket yes?
terday morning again presented a gratifying
blank, and the usual crowd ol the quarrelsome
vagrants and topers seem to have abandoned
the city. Cut one case was reported, and that
was for firing off a pistol on one of the
wharves. The matter turned out to be noth?
ing but a servant discharging, by order, a
pistol which had been loaded for a long time,
and the case was dismissed.
Ho ! XOR THE FAIRS.-! he South Carolina
Railroad has consulted the convenience ol the
crowds who will be pouring along its route to
visit the fairs to be held in Columbia and
several Georgia cities during the coming
montb, and visitors to these exhibitions can
obtain tickets to and from the fairs lor one
fare. AU freight shipped on this road for the
fairs will also be returned free, upon the cer?
tificate of the secretaries that the articles or
animals have been on exhibition.
CRUMBS.-Columbia wants a jockey club.
A Horry man, one day last week, killed
thirty-five alligators, and the next he killed
There was an incendiary fire in Horry on
Monday-the first malicious burning In the
annals of that republic. To the miscreant the
Horry News saith:
You are known ! You may escape a ju6t re?
ward in this world, but that burning barn will
be your palace in the devil's kingdom; though
not native born, you, a. least, will be crowned
with the glory of being the first who ever used
the Incendiary's torch in Horry County.
Mrs. ft. Hagen, Richmond. .
T. M. De Lorme, Sumter: W. J. Anderson,
Columbia; W. T. J. 0. Woodward, South Caro?
lina; P. A. Emanuel, Elawah Island.
THERE was a woman in our town,
And she was wondrous wise,
She used Dr. Price's cream baking powder
For her biscuits, cal?es and pies:
And when she (aw 'twas nearly gone,
With all her might and main
She made straight lor Wilson's grocery,
Who supplied her with the same.
No. 306 KING STREET.
Have you tried my Dollar T ?
A NEW OPENING_Mr. T. S. Nipson ls now
opening a large and assorted stock ol boots,
shoes, trunks, etc., at No. 131 Meeting street,
lae old stand of Mr. John Commins. These
goods have just arrived from the manufactur?
ers, and will be disposed of at the lowest
prices. "A new broom," Ac. All who wish
to be comfortable during the coming cold
weather should call upon Mr. Nipson at once
and secure a fit to suit their pockets and their
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
(5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER
In velvet and leather bindings, 75 cents; old
price 90cents. In velvet and leather bindings!
S5 cents; old price (1. In velvet and leather
bindings, $1; old price $1 25. In velvet and
leather bindings, $1 20; old price $1 60.
HASEL-ST. BAZAAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
PARTIES In want of doors, sashes, blinds,
mouldings, stair newels and balusters, will con- J
suit their own Interests by calling on or writing
to Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne street, where
they will find the strongest and cheapest stock
In the Southern States. A specialty made ol
French and American window glass.
I DESIRE to lnlorm the people ol Charleston
and tho country that they can buy a better
and cheaper Sewing Machine from me than
they can elsewhere, and now ls the time, and
No. 31 Queen street Is the place to get a first
class Sewing Machine, either new or second?
hand; so come one, come all, and let me serve
you to a No. 1 Machine.
JunlO J. L. LUNSFORD.
(Elie ?rent Clncago -fire
T H. HAYDEN O AGENCY,
272 KINC STREET.
The following dispatches have been received at
OFFICE HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMP AMT, 1
DARTFORD. CONN-, October ll, 1871. J
TOA. H. Hayden, Agent, and J. L. Honour, Sub
Agent, at Charleston, s. C.:
The ' Old Hartford" will promptly meet its ob?
lations In "Chicago" and elsewhere as usual.
Jontlnae business. GEO. L. CHASE,
OFFICE .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, l
HARTFORD, CONN., October io, 1871. J
TOA. H. Hayden, Agent, and J. L. Honour, Sub
Agent, at Charleston, S. C.:
Nothing dellnlte from Chicago. The losses by
ihe Ore not serious. The .Etna cannot be seri
)usly injured. J. H. GORDON,
LEE'S INSURANCE AGENCY,
36 BROAD STREET.
The following dispatches have been received at
:hls office :
COLUMBUS, GA., October io, 1671.
?To Hutson Lee, Agent, Charleston, SC.: \}
We lost nothing at Chicago-always declined
-lacing an agency there. D. F. WILLCOX.
Secretary Georgia Home Insurance Company.
NEW YORK, 0:tober io, 1371.
rb Hutson Lee :
Impossible to state onr loss yet. I believe "the
lome" Policies Btill perfectly good.
GEORGE if. LTON,
Home Insurance Company, of New York.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October io, 1871.
The following dispatch has been received from
NEW YORK, October 10,187L
At a meeting Of the GERMANIA, HANOVER,
ll Ad A HA AND REPUBLIC INSURANCE COM
'ANIKS, comprising the Underwrlera' Agency
f New York, held this day, due preparation was
nade to par, IMMEDIATELY upon adjustment, all
oases Incurred at Chicago, after djlng which the
Capital or all the Companies will remain unim
laired, and a surplus or over hair a million dol
irs, leaving the groBs assets or the Underwriters'
tgency over TWO MILLIONS AND A HALF.
COLBURN & HOWELL,
AGENTS, NO. ll BROAD STREET.
Cotton (Sits, (Sins, &c.
jpHB WINSHIP COTTON Q?K,
MANUFACTURED IN ATLANTA, GA.
The Fubscrlbers are the Agents ror the Bale or ,
;he above superior GIN, and beg to call tneatten- 1 '
lon of Planters to Its merits. Price $4 per Saw,
lellvered at any Railroad station In Hie State.
PELZER, RODGER> * CO.,
ane28-2mos Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Assets. January 1, 1671. 4 94,959 55
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR TWELVE
MONTHS ENDING JANUARY 1, 1871.
Fire Premium*.$301,769 88
Marine and Ic lani Premium?. 13,260 07
interest and Rent*. 23,389 09
Balance from January 15,1870. 48.722 30
Fire Losses.$106,077 68
Marine and Inland Losses. 12,390 05
Reinsurance and Return Premiums.... 14 265 63
Commissions to Agents. 44,267 66
Taxes, and all other expenses. 48,092 10
Scrip Nos. J, 2, 8, Redeemed. 19,637 47
Dividends paid. 60,000 00
Balance January 1,1671. 02,898 80
Central Railroad 7 per cent. Mortgage
Bonds.Market value..$ 20,000 00
Mobile and Girard R. R. 8 per ct Mort?
gage Bonds.Market value.. 30,600 00
Montgomery and W. P. R. R. 8 percent.
Mortgage Bonds.... Market value.. 20.C00 00
western Railroad 8 per cent. Mortgage
Bonds.Market value.. 6,ooo co
South Carolina State 6 per cent. Gold
Bonds.Market va ne.. 17,000 00
City cf Columbus 7 per cent. Bond?...
.Market value.. 21,150 oo
Southwestern Railroad 7 per cent.
Bonds.Market value.. 5,500 oo
Virginia State 6 per c?nt. Bonds.
.Market value.. 18,300 oo
Tennessee State 6 per cent. Bonds.
.Market value., n,too co
Alabama State 5 per cent. Bond?.
.Market value.. 7,000 CO
Southwestern Railroad Stock.
.Market value.. 3,000 oo
Stocks in Columbus Factorle*.
.fi.Market value., io,?so co
Colnmbus Ga light Company S ock
.Market value.. 2,600 oo
Sundry Local (Georgia) Stccks and
Bonds.Market value.. 20,970 60
Real Estate in Columbus, unencum?
bered .Mai ket value.. 60,000 00
BJIs Receivable.Market value.. 192,628 61
Interest accrued and Dividends due.... 6 285 60
Balance with Agents ID course of trans?
mission . 6,036 32
Cash on band, in Bank, and Call Loans. 9,832 67
Other Asse1 s (per Statement). 3,275 95
UA mia nts,
Dividends nnpald. $211 00
Uiarijusted LoBses (included
In above amount of $106,
077 66).10,639 ?7-$10.860 07
PREM.UMS RECEIVED AND LOSSES PAID
Received in 1866-6.$103,959 68
Received In 1867. 144.881 18
Received in 1868. 169,663 71
Received In 1869 . 229,001 30
Received In 1870. 315,018 40
i. o saws.
Paid In 1865 6. ?9,339 88
Paid In 1817. 73,342 1 2
Paid in 1868. 95,283 01
Paid In 1869. 98,763 17
Paid in 1870. 118,468 23
J. RHODES BROWNE, President.
D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary.
DOTSON LEE, Agent.
cctl2-2_No. 36 Broad street. Charleston.
piRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES:
Security Insurance Company, of New
Phoenix Insurance Company, of New
York, Assert.. 1,900,000
Manhattan Insurance Company, or New
York, Assets. 1,400,000
International Insurance Company, of
New York, Assets. 1,400,000
North American Fire Insurance Com?
pany, of New York, Assets. 800,000
Andes Insurance Company, of Cincin?
nati, Assets. 1,600,000
Total Assets, at cash market valuations,
NINE MIL LIONS OF DOLLARS.
S. Y. 1 UPPER, General Agent,
In Planters' and Mechanics' Bank Building,
sepl3-wfmlmo ?East Bay street.
Soots, Shots, &r.
QHEAP ! CHEAP ! CHEAP 1
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Ac.
Now opening at Ne. 131 MEETING STREET a
arge and well assorted Stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Ac,
Ul fresh goods direct from the Manu'ac tu res,
v h ic h will be
SOLD VERY LOW.
All gooda guaranteed as represented.
CALL AND SEE.
T. S. NIPSON,
No. 131 MEETING STREET.
Q.ET THE BESTI
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
ST El BER'S
NO. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
isingonly the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a larjre assortment or cus
om made BOOTS AND SI1UES, ol all sizes.
Vhlch dispenses with shoe 6trinzsand elastic,
JADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
majr22 _No. 41 Broad street.
SABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES
Claimed to lie the Best,
Acknowledged to bo the Best,'
Proved to be the Best.
THEY ARE THE
WILL NOT RIP.
tapldly superseding Sewed and Pegged Work.
The Patent stamp ls on all.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.
A single trial will mike good au these claims.
Cotton Sties, &t.
?OOOH TIES. S
SLOAN & SEIGNIOUS. Agents, jt
FACTORS, BROWN & CO.'S WHARF M
?rano ijJrije Ulistribniton.
FROM OCTOBER 1, 1871, TO JANUARY 8, 1872,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE FEVER IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
$500,000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION,
BUTLER, CHADWICK GARY & CO., Agent?,
Under the ansplces of the "Son'n Carolin! State Agricultural and Mechanical Society."' will give a
SERIES UF CONCERTS, at the Academy or Music, Charleston, S. C.. commencing January 8, 2872.
Refers to all tue Rankers brokera ami nrominent geutiemeu or the country, both North and south.
150,000 SEVSOV TICKETS OP .ADMISSION, AT $5 EACH.
ir yon ha-e i ot received a Circular, Beud for one, giving lull part?cula?, ALL ORDERS STRICLY
?405 GIF TS, A MOI V I I\G IV ALL TO $500,000.
The Ur iwing or thia Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted under the surpervlslon or the roi.
lowlcg well Known Gentlemen:
General A. H. WRIGHT, or Georgia. Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, orSou'h Carolin.-.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, or Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRIOR, or New York.
Money for Tickets can be sent either by Express or Postomce Order, and the Tickets will be prompt?
Direct all Letters to
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, CHARLESTON, S. C. .
General M. C. BUTLER, JOHN CHADWICK. General W. M. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of E. 8EBRING & CO., and J. L.
MOSES, General Agents, Ko. 34 Broad street.
ENNEDY 4 GREGORY,
NO. 188 KINO STREET,
OPPOSITE D. H. SILCOX'S WABIHOC8B,
Having this day entered Into copartnership In
tbe abcve Business, would respectfully solicit
from tri cir friends a share of their patronage.
They pledge themselves that their Cutting and
Manufacture shall be done in the U1 est etyle, and
In a manner to give satisfaction to their patrons,
and at moderate prices.
J. T. KENNEDY.F. M. GREGORY.
UJatcrjes, Icmcirp, Ut.
3-4 PLATE, 16 AND 20 SIZES.
These are the best WATCHES made ?ruhis conn-1
try, and are made with and without Stem wind?
They are finished In the best manner and run
with the greatest accuracy, and cannot be excell?
ed anywhere, at their respective prices.
The cases are all of the newest patterns, and
specially rx ade to our own order.
Our stock or these Watc es ls now the largest,
and our prices, all things considered, are the low?
est In the city.
BALL, BLACK & CO.,
JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS
Nos. 565 and 567 Broadway, New York.
EWELRY, WATCHES AND)
No. 307 KINO STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND
All the newest and moat exquisite designs io
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Sea.'
Kings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pms, Pearl and
Diamond; Piala Gold and Wedding Rings alway?
on hand or mode to order; Sleeve Buttons ano
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlet?
and Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets, Charms and Masonic
rina, Glove Bands, at
No. 307 KING STREE?,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
JL Gr EJ 1ST O IT .
NO. 197 KING STREET,
CHARLES VON, e. c.
Our "New Family" Machine ls simple in con
etruction, adjusted in a moment for any kind of |
work, and will sew lrom the finest Swlas Muslin
to the heaviest Beaver Cloth or Leather, doing a I
greater range of work than any other Machine
made, our Manufacturing MACHINES for Tall-1
ors and Shoemakers are the best in the world.
Call and examine before purchasing.
is old on easy terms at State Agency,
No. 197 KING STREET.
J. CLARK BEDELL.
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent ror South Caro?
lina, Georgia and Florida. 8epl9-thstu3mo8
VAN DEUSEN? WORM CONFECTIONS,
They h " purely vegetable, sarc and snro. Th>
best in use. For sale by Dr i. BARK,
No. 131 Meeting street,
JDrp ?coos. Ut
NEW GOODS !
.5 UUAUVMJL W tUlj
NOW. 344, APTO 437
EEG TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THEY IRE NOW OPENING
NEW DRESS GOODS,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
NEW AND LATES r STYLES OF
A FULL LINS OF
ALL KINDS OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, RUGS,
AND MATTING, (A SPECIALITY.)
ALL OF WHICH ABE OFFERED
Shirts and Snrmeqing (ttoooi.
A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
THE LATEST STYLE8 OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO (SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together wita an unequalled supply of the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
GENT'S FU?NISHING GOODS IN GENERAL,
S C OT I'S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE MARKET STREET.
mREES! TREES I TREES!
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL,
FOR AUTUMN OF 1871.
we Invite the attention of Planters and Dealers
to our large and complete stock of
STANDARD AND DWARF FRUIT TREES.
Grapevine and Small Fruit.
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants.
New and Kare Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
Bulbons Flower Roots.
Descriptive and Illustrated priced Catalogues
sent prepaid on receipt of stamps as follows:
No. 1-Fruits, io cents. No. 2-Ornamental
Trees, lu cents. No. 3-Gre-n-honse, 10 cenia
No. 4-Wholesale, irne. No. 5-Bude, free. Ad?
dress ELLWANG KR A BARRY.
Ei'abllBhed 1840. Rochester, N. Y.
Anrt?m 0aLtf~-tfljif Cap
TTT?LL BE SOLD, THIS DAY, BEFORE?
Vf our store, No. 171 Eant Bay, at bair past a
Tue CONTENTS OF A PETAIL ORO ERY, COD? R
slsilng of brxes CANNED BEKF, boxea Potash,
Soda, Blacklug, packages Smoking Tobacco. Soap,
lok, Selves, bag and barrel F.our, 4 boxes Tobacco*
and 25 cir ice Hams.
Conditions cash._octia .
By HENRY COMA k CO.
BUTTER, S BOULDERS, Ac.
TB IS DAY, at 9 o'clock, in front of ?oar
store, we will tell,
20 tubs Choice BUTTER
20 boxes Cheese
3500 pounds Bacon Shoulders
10 barrels sugar.
Conditions cash. octli
Bj JOHN a. MJTJLKOR & CO.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS AND SUN?
THIS DAY, l2tb instant, at io oMock, we win
sell, at our Store. No. 136 lieetmg street,
FLACK SATINET COATS, Jean and Twee*
Coats, Black Satiner, Printed Melton, Ora? Wool
and Jean Panta. Black and Printed Satlnetay
Heavy Twills, Kentucky Jean*, Bleached and.
Brown Shirting, Denims, Stripes, Bine Drill,
Fancy Prie ts, Red Flannels, Head Handkerchiefs?
Hosiery. Undershirts, White and Colored Bosom
Shirt?, Balmoral i-kirta.
By LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
TITULES AND HORSES.
lvJ_ TO-MORROW, the MtU Instant, will ba
sold, at the Charleston Hotel Manies, at ii o'clock,
10 bead MULES AND HOKSES, all One animals,
nsed to work. This ls part or the same stock pre?
viously sold by ns, and ls consigned by the own?
ers direct to a?.
Terms stated at sale._OctlS
By W. MeKAY.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, will be s ld, air
No. 140 Meeting street, immediately after sale of
A lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Cookin?
Stoves, Sundries, Ac.
Unlimited articles received np to hoar of sale.
By WM. McKAY.
SALE ON ACCOUNT OF FORMES
THIS DAY, (Thursday,) at 10 o'clock, will ba
aold at No. 140 Meeting street,
ONE MULE,sold on account and risk of former
owner, not having proved as rep re-en ted.
Also, two Saddle and Draft HORSES, three flatt
Work Mules, warranted, and one imported Mil eli
Cow, said to milk from ten to twelve quarts.
atpctign Balt8~-?ntnTe gJqgt.
By J. A. EXSLOW & CO.
FRIDAY next, 13th instant, will be sod, at
North Commercial Wcarf, at ll o'clock, for ac?
count of the underwriters and all cone roed.
About seven hundred tons PHOSPHATE ROCK.
In quantities to suit purchasers.
Thia Phosphate Rock ls from the Oak Point
Mines, and contains 58 88 per cent of Bone Pi ea?
?ihate or Lime, according to the anaiy.-ls of Pro
essor Chas. U. Shepard, Jr._ oct?
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 1
CHARLESTON, 8. C. OOldt er ll, 187L j
The following Fairs will commence on the dates
All Freu ht shipped over this Road tor the above
Fairs will be returned FREE, upon the Certificates
ol the Secretaries that they were on exhibition.
Return Tickets tor ONS PASS wlU be sold to
visitors, commencing sale three dsys before the
date of each Fair, and good tor fifteen days.
T. M. SELKIRK,
Superintendent O. S. F. Line.
S. B. PIOKENS, General Ticket Agent.
HAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL
CHARLESTON, S. ?'., October0,1671.
The GEORGIA STATE FAIR opens at Macon
on 23d October, and will continue eight days.
A l articles ship, ed tor exhibition will be re?
turned FREE upon certificate of the Secretary ol'
the Mate Fair Associai lon that the Goods or Ant
mala have actoa ly been on exhibition.
Fall Fare for visitors and Exhibitors
and to return "free." C. S. GADSDE
General superintendent and Engineer.
8. 0. BuYLSION, 0. K.andT. Agent, oct7-18
SAVANNAH AND CH ABLESTON
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 2,1871.
On and after this date the NIGHT TRAIN on
this Road will be discontinued until further no?
The MORNING TRAIN will leave as usual at
8.30 A. M., Sundays excepted.
Freights destined for points beyond Savannah
will be carried through without detention, dally.
0. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
a 0. BO YLSTON. G. F. A T. Agent. sep20
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
OHABLS8TOK, S. C., February ll. 1871.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 6:30 A. at.
and 6 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 2:30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 6 P. M., sro
Tram leaving fl JO A. M. makes through conass*
(len to New York, via Richmond and Acquis,
Creek only, going through in 40 boars.
Passengers leaving by IF. H. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,,
ur via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bak?
um o re. Those leaving on SATCKDAT remain sex
nar In Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasaxi
route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and ti hlo Railroad.
& & SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLXAPOR, General Ticket Agent,
re bi Trumps_
OUTH CAROLINA RAILuuAU.
CHARLESTON. & c., Jone s, 1871V
On and after SUNDAY, Jane ll, the Passen?
ger Trains on 'he sonta c?> r^una Railroad wm
ran as follows:
Leave Charleston.u.? S.90 A M*
arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. Mb
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.40 p. M.
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M.
arrive st Charleston.8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.40 A, M.
anrtve at charleston.s.20 P. M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON THAIS.
Leave Augusta.3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.9.05 A. M.
Leave Ringville.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.46 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT RXFRR8B.
Leave Charleston.8.80 P.M.
Arrive St Augusta.T.oe A M.
Leave Angosta.6.00 P. M.
arrive at charleston.- MO AM?
COLUMBIA SIGHT Ri? H H SS.
Leave Charleston.T.10 P. M.
arrive at Columbia.e.00 A. M.
Loavc columbia.7.50 P. sr.
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A. V.
SUMMER VXLLB TRAIS.
.eave Charleston.145 P. M.
>rrive at Summerville,.4.10 P. K.
>eavc Summerville..7.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.16 A, M.
CAJO KN E RANCH.
.eave Camden.6.00 AIL.
Arrive at Colombia.10.40 A ML
Leave Colombia.~.Ltt P.ML
?rrlve at Camden..-.6.00 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
it Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central'
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with oreenrlUt?
ind Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connecta at Kin grille dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day PasseogeT^drain, and
runs through to Colombia and returns on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Ylce-Presldeut.
S. B. PIOKENS, G. T. A_
mRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, 4a
Just received, a large aassortrnent and^r salea