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Meetings Tbl? Day.
Marion Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Young Men's Social Club, at 8 P. M.
Executive Committee of Howard Associa?
tion, at 12 M.
ftwlh Carolina Benovolent Association, at
hall-past 7 P. M.
" Auction Sales Thia Day
J. A. Enslow A Co, will sell at ll o'clock, on
North Commercial wharf, phosphate roch.
William McKay will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Mills House stables, a prime lot of norse?. j
Jeffords & Co. will sell at 10 o'r ock, in rear
Ol old Exchange, Pennsylvania.' av.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at Iiis
slore, clothing, hats, ic.
TBE HEALTH OF THE CIT!.
City Registrar Lebby reports the receipt of |
Uv.- certificates of death from yellow fever
duriDg the twenty lour hours ending a', noon
yesterday. Two of the deaths took ph ce on
the lOih and three on the 11th. All were
males. One was a South Carolinian, 72 years
old; one a Ch aries ton ?an. 2 years and 10 months
old; one a Clariestonlan, 8 years old; ene a
Virginian, 13 years old; one a Germa J, 19
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH, J
CHARLESTON, October 12-12 M. \
Five (5) certificates of death from yellow
ferber received since last report.
r"(Signed) ROBT. LEBBT, M. D..
City Begl trar.
Besides the above, the following cert Iflcates
have been received since last report:
One for apoplexy, dated October 10.
One lor trlsmus nascentium, dated October
^One for phthisis pulmonalis, dated October
DECAMPED.-The Columbia Phoenix IB in?
formed that Charles Weber, a member oi the
"Firemen's Band," of Columbia, decamped,
*fP*kV ; Jay night, carrying with him the uniform
and a brass instrument belonging to the band.
He had married but a few days previously, and
having obtained possession of his wife's money,
left her behind; also neglecting to look
aller sundry debts.
PASTORAL CALL.-The Kingstree Star learns
that the Indiantown Presbyterian Church bas
given the Rev. James A Wallace a pastoral
call. Mr. Wallace now lives in the State of |
Alabama. He was for a number of years the
pastor lo charge of the Williamsburg Church.
He is a learned and able theologian, and the
people ol Indiantown will be fortunate If they
succeed In procuring bis services.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially Invite
the attention of our merchants to Tus NEWS
Prices Current, Issued this morning. Made up
with the utmost care, and handsomely printed
with entirely new type, it forms, with the
business card o? the house forwarding it. the
moat attractive and welcome weekly commer?
cial circular that can be used. Price, for ten
copies or more, with business cards, two and
a boll cents per copy; single copies five cents.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Prince Albert, lodged
for being drunk and assaulting another color?
ed man with a large knife, in a store at the
corner of King street and Sooth Bay, was ex?
amined and turned over to a trial Justice for
A white man arrested for being drunk and
unable to take care of himself, in the market,
was sentenced to pay a fine of five dollars or
go to the House of Correction for five days.
^ THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE.
Notwithstanding the losses which this wealthy
Insurance company must hare met in Chicago,
owing to the extensive nature of its business,
its vast resources enable lt to assure Hs pa?
trons ina* the company ls still strong and
worthy of all confidence. The London board
have telegraphed to American managers to
subscribe five thousand dollars for the relief of I
the Chicago sufferers, and settle all losses
promptly. The action of the board is prompt
and energetic, and cannot fall to be apprecia?
ted by the public and prove of benefit to the
company in the future. The American assets
will not be touched by the losses.
WALKING A STRAIGHT LINE.-A Jolly inebri?
ate was brought before the Mayor, yesterday
morning, charged with being drunk and un?
able to preserve his equilibrium la the City
Hill Park. The prisoner was observed making
lair progress upon the street, but in an evil
hour be entered the Park, where the tortuous
windings nf the fenced-in walks proved too
much for his calculations. Unable to steer his
way among the mazes, he reeled and stumbled
like a ship among the shoals, and finally suc?
cumbed upon the grass at a distance from the
support ol any friendly tree. He was taken to
the Guardhouse, and explained to the Mayor
how he accldently became so, and upon show?
ing that lt was his "first offence." he was dis- j
THE POSSUM HUNTERS' FESTIVITY.-A large
meeting of the colored people of James Is?
land was held yesterday at the Methodist
Church, near Habenicht's place, at which not
less than fifteen hundred persons, men, wo?
men and children, were present. Many
speakers, among whom were several younj
people, addressed the meeting, and a brass
band from the city lent its martial and melo?
dious attractions to the scene. Eating and
drinking formed a prominent feature of the
gathering, and, after several hours' enjoy?
ment, the assemblage, the object of which we
were unable to learn, quietly dispersed. The
Jim Island Possum Hunters, First Regiment N.
G. 8. C., were out in force.
DISCUSSION ABOUTA MUCK.-Yesterday morn?
ing, about ll o'clock, two white men quar?
relled at the auction io front of Mr. Wm.
McKay's office, in Meeting street, near the
Pavilion HoH, and went for each other in the
true Bill Nye style. Several blows passed, and
the two then grappled and rolled over In the
street. After one or two revolutions one of
the combatants, a well known butcher, got on
top of his antagonist, whose lace he proceeded
to beat into something which closely resem?
bled a raw beafsteak. Being allowed at last
to get up, the beafsteak face made off tor the
Artesian well to wash his bruises, and the
crowd which had gathered to witness the
struggle dl-persed to talk the matter over.
The quarrel arose from the questioning ol cer?
tain representations made by one of the
parties concerning a mule.
TELEGRAM.-From Andes Insurance Compa?
ny, or Cincinnati :
To S. Y. Tupper, Agent, Charleston :
CINCINNATI, Octdber 12, 1871.
Andes losses do no: exceed three hundred
thousand dollars. We are solvent and strong.
Go ahead. J. B. BENNETT, President, s
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOB;: IN?
SURANCE COMPANIES-CHARLESTON AOENCY.
To C. T. Lowndes, General Aqiat ;
Advices ot date Octo">r 10, 1871 : Do not
^Jaow exactly amount of the Chicago loss, but
cannot impair the strength of the company.
Telegram October 12, 1871 : Estimate los* j
under two and half million?. Cannot impair '
strength of company. The directors in New j
York are authorized to draw on London.
j* ALFRED PILL, Resident Secretary, j
TLTE OAKLET MURDER.
The Tb I rd murderer Arrested-How the
Capture was Effected - Thc Quarrel
Orer the Prize-Pistol? Drawn in the
uMurder will out," says the old saw, ant
Anthony Thompson. Ran Balden and Sam
White, the three miscreants concerned in the
foul murder of W. B. Fidea, and subsequent
robbery of his store, are now within the strong
graso ol the law. Ran Balden was taken to
Columbia, with two detectives, Wednesday
night, in search ol White, and has not since
been heard from. Five-fingered Anthony is
yet in the Detective office, but now changes
his tale, and says that there were three persons
Implicated in the murder besides the three ir
custody now. He 6ays the other three were
colored men lrom Columbia, and have returned
to that place. The
FOLLOWING UP OF SAM WHITE,
the principal ruffian in the tragedy, who, ac?
cording to Anthony, wielded the heavy short
sword, was effected by Officer Fosberry, ot the
coroner's office, by means of the clue afforded
by the carpet-bag which White gave to Cupid,
his bed-lellow, on Tuesday night. Going to
the house <n Felix street, the officer found that
White had left early in the morning, and after
many Inquiries, learned that he had gone to?
wards Mount Pleasant. In company with Officer
Lovett, ot the detective force, Officer Fosberry
then proceeded to the wharf, and the two
crossed over in a boat to Mount Pleasant about
7 o'clock. They here inquired for, and ob?
tained the assistance of. Constable Matthews,
and proceeded with their search. At small
creek, they learned that a black man answer?
ing to the description ot
WHITE HAD CROSSED OVER
early that morning. The officers followed,
and inquiring at each house, at last came to a
cabin occupied by Marth;. Huggins, near
Mathewes Ferry, and about three miles from
the Village of Mount Pleasant, One of the
officers went to a front window of the house,
and made inquiries concerning White whom
he described. While he was talking a con?
fused bustle in the house and exclamations ol
"hash ! hush f were heard, which convinced
the officers that they at last had
THE MURDERER AT BAT.
Officer Fosberry entered the house with a
drawn revolver, the other two guarding
outside. Meeting White as he came out from
a back room the two grappled. The desperate
ruffian struggled to get back to his pistol,
which lay on the table in the room he was
about leaving; but the officers came in and be
was soon secured. Upon searching the room
they found a four-barrelled pistol, and a new
valise belonging to the prisoner. He confess?
ed that his name was Sam White, and wanted
to know what they arrested him for. Without
giving him any satisfaction the officers started
ON THE MARCH TO THE VILLAGE.
Tne prisoner was placed in the centre of the
road and marched ahead of his captors, who
kept a strict watch upon him. In this manner J
the party reached the village and stopped lor
a short time at the Mount Pleasant House.
The party then took the first boat for the city,
and arrived about 12 o'clock. The prisoner
was then placed upon a spring wagon, and,
surrounded by the three officers, was driven to
the Courthouse. As the wagon halted in Meet
?ne street, near the City Hall,
AN OUTRAGEOUS SCENE
ensued, caused by the petty jealousy among
the captors. On the way up in the streets ihe
report bad been spread that the murderer had
been arrested, and crowds followed the wagon
and collected around it when it h lilted. Officer
Lovea here insisted that the prisoner should
go to the Detective office. Officer Fosberry
refused, and said he should go to the coroner's
office. The dispute ran high, and as the crowd
thickened and closed up around the wagon,
Officer Nipson, from the Guardhouse, came
through the crowd, apparently to aid Lovett.
He cl mbed the wagon and caught bold of the
prisoner, and as Officer Fosberry shoved him
off he drew a knife. Officer Fosberry then
drew his revolver and said,
"8TAND BACK, OR I'LL SHOOT;
be is my prisoner." Officer Lovett also now
drew his pistol lo be in readiness. The brand?
ishing ol the pistols and angry altercations
threatened bloodshed, when the coroner's
faction was aided by reinforcements, and the
prisoner was taken triumphantly into the
coroner's office. On the journey Constable
Matthews had pulled
A CAPACIOUS NEW LEATHERN WALLET
fiom the valise whence it was protruding, and
the same was now opened before Trial Justice
T. J. Mackey. It was lound to contain $223
In United Slates currency, $3 95 in silver coln.
$1 in gold and ninety-two cents iu nickel
pieces. The prisoner also had a new silver
watch. Thie, with the money, was taken by
the coroner and locked up in the sale in the
equity court-room. Upon being interrogated
by his captors,
SAM WHITE EXPLAINS
that he came by the money by robbing two or
three parlies in the city here, and that he was
going to return it. That he had never killed
anybody in his life, and kew nothing about
the murder at Oakley. Sam says be was sick,
and stopped at the house to rest. As soon BB
he was left alone he s'retched himself on the
floor of the coroner'^ office, and remained
lying in a Hitless stat', ol stupor, apparently
unconscious of what was going on around
bita. The valise was opened by the coroner,
bul was found to contain nothing but clothing
ol'which an inventory was made. Sam was
then committed to jail.
THE MOST SUS ICIOUS POINTS
about Sam and his luggage ar* the plethoric
pocketbook and the newness of everything
about him. The clothes, the valise, the walch,
the pocketbook, and the pistol, are all just
from thc store, and Sam's pedal extremities
are encased in a pair of new boots. Sam is a
strongly built negro, ol the blackest com?
plexion, heavy features, with a 6car over his
right eye. He is quite lordly in his way?, and
ORDERS PEOPLE ABOUT.
At the jail he was searched as usual, and
during this operation be was made to pull off |
hi3 boot?. Alter the search was over he start?
ed lor his cell, but, forgetting his boots, he
turned to a colored man and said, "Boy. bring
up my boots." ns if he had just taken a suite of
rooms on the first floor of the Mills House.
The "boy" turned away with an expression of ]
Intense disgust, und wondered "where dat j
nigga came from."
CUTTING AFFRAT.-About 10 o'clock Wednes?
day night, Isaac Graut, a colored rain, ws?.j
badly cut by another, named Glasow Allston,
at the corner of Nassau and Columbus streets.
For some time befq:e, Glasgow, who was
drunk all day, wanted to flght Grant, and tried
to force a ^.larrel upon him. Grant refused to
fight, rtnd Glasgow, going to his residence, lay
in wait for lum just within the gate behind the
fence. As Grant came In, Glasgow struck him
over the head with a razor, inflicting several
severe gashes. The alarm being given, the
wounded man wa3 taken into an apothecary's
shop uear by, where his wounds were bound
up. The city wagon was then sent for, and
the wounded man conveyed to ihe city hospi?
tal, where hw r. ceived every attention. His
wound* are not dangerous, being merely su
peiucial. uu th? scalp, and lie is doing well.
Gldt-gmv has not been ttard ircm since.
j SATANNAH AND CHICAGO.-The City Council
' of Savannah has voted one thousand dollars
for the relief of Chicago, 1 regretting that the
preeent impoverished condition of our (Savan?
nah) people forbids the appropriation of a
SHOOTING IS THE DARR.-At a late hour on
Wednesday night Private Walker, of the police
loree, who was on duty in Rutledge street, saw
a man in front of him, near Beaufaln street,
whom he suspected. The policeman ordered
the man to bait, and advanced upon bim.
The latter allowed the man in blue to come
within good shooting distance, when he drew
his revolver and deliberately fired two shots at
him. He of the clubs and stars likewise drew
his repeater, but only one barrel of the five
went off. As he fired, the stranger backed
off, and the pistol of the astral hero being use?
less, and not liking the way in which the sus?
picious man used his weapon, clubs and stars
prudently refrained from poking his head Into
the lion's mouth, and left the stranger to him?
self. The latter quickly disappeared, and
nothing more ha3 been heard of the matter.
Hotel Arrivals- ctober 14.
F. Murphy, C. H. Simonton, eily; T. K.
McCormick, Baltimore; J. Broda, Havana; J.
Suris, Gibraltar; Mrs. C. Vanderwerken, Miss
G. Vanderwerken. Washington.
POSTPONED.-The sale of horseB and mules,
advertised by Laurey & Alexander lor this day,
is postponed until further notice, on account
o? the non-arrival of the slock.
"DID Toe EVER see anything like it F
"Like what ?'' "The Singer sewing machine.''
No, I am dumblounded ! "What will they
make next, I wonder I"'
THE ATTENTIJN of those interested is invited
to the pale by auction of a cargo o? seven hun?
dred tons phosphate rock, by Messrs. J. A.
Enslow & Co., which takes place at North
Commercial wharf, at ll o'clock this day. See
advertisement under auctbn head.
HORSES AT AUCTION.-Fifteen saddle, har?
ness and heavy draft horses will be sold this
morning at ll o'clock, in front ol the Mills
House Stables, by Wm. McKay. The stock Is
Just from Kentucky, and planters and larmers
will have a fine chance lor suiting themselves
in the variety offered.
TH;-.RE was a woman in our town,
And she was wondrous wise,
She used Dr. Price's cream baking powder
For her biscuits, cakes and pies:
And when she taw'twas nearly gone,
With all her mlgbt and main
She made straight lor Wilson's grocery,
Who supplied her with the same.
No. 306 KINO STREET.
Have you tried my Dollar T ?
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
certs, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chad?
wick, Gary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent
for this splendid and attractive scheme, is now
prepared to sell tickets for the same. Appli?
cations to be made to him at the office ol Mr.
Edward M. Moreland, No. 29 Broad street.
AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE FOR THE SICK
ROOM.-Every family should provide them?
selves with "Ihe Union Kerosene Stove."'Man
lives may be saved. The sole agents for this
city are J. B. DUVAL A SON,
sepll-mwl No. 337 King street.
CRIBBAGE BOARDS, thirty cents each; White
Envelopes, ten cents a package.
Junl4-f HASEL STKEET BAZAAR.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to lurnieh trood envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at (4 per
thousand. Send your order?. Every merchant
and business man should have his card printed
on bis envelopes.
BILL HEAPS printed on tine paper at $3, $4,
$5. f6 50 and $6 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
I DESIRE to Iniorm the people o? Charleston
and the 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.
E. SEEMING & CO. S AGENCY.
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
We, the undersigned, Agents of the NORTH
BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COM
PANT, take great pleasure la informing our
patrons and the policy holders of Ute said Com?
pany, that we have received the following tele?
gram from the Managers In New York, which
shows that this c mpany ls still strong, active,
and worthy of confidence.
E. SEBRINC & CO.,
To E. Storing <?. Co., Agents, Charleston :
Managers have received - following telegram
from London Board: Subscribe five thousand
dollars for Chicago sufferers. Settle all losses
promptly. Draw at three days' slghr.
American Assets toft! not be touclted.
(Signed) CHAS. E. WHITE,
octl3-3 Associate Manajer.
j?bc (Prent Chicago fire
A. H. HAYDEN'S AGENCY,
272 KING STREET.
Tte following dispatches have been received at
OFFICE HARTFORD FIRE IN?. COMPANY,!
IUBTFOHD, CONN., October ll, 1871. J
ToA. II. Hayden, Agent, at Charleston, S. C.:
The' Old Hartford" will promptly meet its ob?
ligations In "Ch cago"' and elsewhere as usual.
Continue business. GEO. L. CHASE,
OFFICE .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,)
HARTFORD, CONN., October ll, 1871. j
To A. n. Hat/den, Agent, at Charleston, s. C.:
Losses at Chicago less than $2,000,000. Will be
promptly paid, leaving "Capital and Surplus"
over $?.030,ooo. L. j. UENDEE,
o tI2-2 President ^Etna Insurance Company.
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No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cns
lom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call an l examine sf ecimens.
may22 No. 41 Broad street.
IS GOOD FOR
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SPRAINS AND BRUISES,
GALLS OF ALL KINDS,
SITFAST, BING LONE,
BITES OF ANIMALS AND
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SORE NI PIX VS.
fCKATCHB?, OR GREASE,
CRACE ED HEELS.
FOOT BOT IN J>HEEP,
BOUT lit POULRT,
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Large Size, $1; Medium Size,
50 cts.; Small Size 25 cts.
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Orleans County, New York", September 29,1868:
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From Geo. K. Thrals, Warsaw, Ind. November
When I was apptlnted agent for the sale of
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hand,bu: lt ls now al soid.and I think yon had bet?
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Please send another snpply of t our GARGLING
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From Dr. R. F. Parsons, Brighton, Ind., Septem?
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R. D. Ta lor, of Concord, Ky., eayp:
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Extract of a letter from Dr. C. T. Murphy, dated
Magnolia, N. C.:
1 nave ns?d yonr GARGLING OIL for several
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w e wm heil a great deal more of your GARG?
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From Messrs. F. L. A E.w. Olds, Norwich vt.,
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Extract of a letter from Bet hue; Farley, dated
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Your medicine gives satisfaction to all who
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Extract of a letter from Hon. Nathan Lindsey.
' ounty Judge or Shelby County, Iowa, dated Har?
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Extract of a letter from ThnmaB Stnrterant,
dated Hillsboro'. H.. May 13,1867 :
Your GARBLING OIL ls spoken of by those who
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Extract or a letter from Qrigsby A Strong, dat?
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Yon may state in Almanac) that, with an ex
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From Dr. T. W. Ellis, Teaupeville, Ga., January
6, 1869 :
ir 1 should receive both boxes of the GARG
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vember fl, 1S68 : ' .
Your GARGLING OIL 13 takicg the shine off
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From the Louisville (Ky.) Dally Democrat, June
4. 1650 :
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November 20, 185?:
We are pleased with your medicine. It bas
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W. T. LINN, Agent,
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? Gr O O O H TIES. ?
M SLOAN & SEIGNIOUS, Agents, M
M COTTON FACTORS, BROWN & CO.'S WHARF M
?rano ?Jrne distribution.
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 GARV dc CO., Agents,
Under th? nipples of the "Sou1 h Carolina S-ate Aerlcnltnral and Mechanical Society." will give a
SERIES OF i ONuKKiS. at ihe Academy o' Music, Charleston. S. C., commencing January 8,2672.
Kerers to u l the Rankers Brokers and prominent gentlemen of the t ountry, both North and South.
190,000 SEXSOM TICKETS OF A I) MI SS IO*. AT $3 EACH.
ir you ha- e LOI received a circular, send for oue, g.ving lull particulars, ALL ORDERS STRICLY
CONFIDENTIAL. GIFTS, AMOL'.VTIflG IM ALL TO $500,000.
The Drawing of this Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted ander the surpervlslon of the fol
lowlig well known gentlemen:
General A R. WR1GUT. of Georgia. Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
General BHADLEY T. JOHNSO o? Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRIOR, o? New York.
Money Tor Tickets can be Bent either by Express or Postofflce 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. SEBBING & CO., and J. L.
MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad street.
N 0. 18 6 KING STREET,
OPPoBITK D. H. SlLCOX'B WARIHOCSB,
Having this day entered toto copartnership In
the a bc ve Business, would respe, nully solicit
from their friends a share of their patronage.
They pledge themselves that their Cutting and
Manufacture shall be done In the U:est style, and
in a manner to give satisfaction to their patrons,
and at moderate ( rices.
J.T. KENNEDY.F. M. GREGORY.
tDatrljee, Jeraelrp, &i.
-yrr ALTHAM WATCHES!
3-4 PLATE, 16 AND 20 SIZES.
These are the best WATCHES made In this coun?
try, and are made with and without Stem Wind?
They are flnlshed m the best manner and run
with the greatest accuracy, sod cannot be excell?
ed anywhere, at their respective prices.
The cases are ali of the newest patterns, and
specially made to our own order.
Our stock of these Watc es is now the largest,
and our prices, all things consHered, are the low?
est In the city.
BALL, BLACK &, CO.,
JgWKLLKKS AND 8ILV SRBM 1TH S ,
Nos. 663 and 567 Broadway, New York.
JEWELRY, WATCHES AND
No. 307 KING STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND
FANG ? GOODS.
Ail the newest and most exquisite designs lo
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Sea
Kings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Tins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plalu Gild aud Wedding Ringa alway?
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlet;
and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches foi
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets, Charm; and Masonic
rms. Glove Bands, at
No. 307 KING STREE?,
A few doora above Wentworth street.
LI IM: E.
Now landing a cargo of very snrerior FRESH
For sale low, at
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 94 CHURCH STREET,
Bep4 E. M. GR1MKE, P. 0. Box 374.
CORNER BROAD STRKBT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at pubilahers' lowest
'.ash rates lor ALL PAPERS to the United states.
WALKER. EV/tNS A COGSWELL,
riIHE BARNWELL SENTINEL.
ESTABLISHED IN 1852.
Reaches every Fireside, and is read by every
merchant, planter, and busine-s man la the
County. Is'.? not the paper to advertise lu r
NEW GOODS ?
NOH. 344, AJST> 487
BEG TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THEY ARE NOW OPENING
NEW DRESS GOODS,
FOR FALL ANO WINTER,
NEW AND LATEST STYLES OF
A FULL LINS OF
ALL KINDS OF CAKPETi, OIL CLOTH, RUGS,
AND MATTING, (A SPECIALITY.)
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED
rpBE NEW DISINFECTANT
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arrests
and pr?venu putrefaction and contagion. Pie
pared only by Tilden A Co.
For sale by all Druggists. Physicians furnished
wita samples for trial by tbe Wholesale Agent.
Price for Pint Bottles w cents.
G. J. LUHN,
sepl-fmw2mos WHOLESALE AGENT.
Jg E A D THISI
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE.
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS.
just received, a supply of
CHLORIDE OF SODA, Ac
Al o a supply Of MEDICATED WILLOW CHAR
COAL, m Powder and lu Pastilles, Imported from
Parla, prepared ty Dr. Bellte, and approved by
the French Academy or Medicine. This ls the
best article ever offered here; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive or Yellow Fever.
Also, a supply of the best WHITE MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended as a preventive of
Call early, as the supply ls limited, at the Drug
Store of DB. H. BAER,
aug29_No. 131 Meeting stn et.
8ESQUI-CHL0RI DE IRON,
Recommended by the New York Board of Health
as one of the bes: Disinfectants.
For dlslnfectlsg Privies, Vaults, Drains, Cess
pools, Rooms, Ac ?
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PANKNIN, Chemist,
No. 123 Meei log street,
Charleston, 3. C.
Price-FIFTY CENT5 per bottle. sepl
Unction Sal?-?ljii Coo .
TTTTILL BE SOLD THIS MORNING, AT
TT ll o'clock, In front or Mills House Sta?
16 Head Saddle, Hare ess and Heavy Draft
HORSES. This stock ls just from Kentucky.
Among this stock te eight good Mares, suitable
for plantation work._octlS
By JEFFORDS & CO.
HAY, ON ACCOUNT OF ALL CON
Win be sold THIS DAY, tl J 13th instant, at the
Store cf Messrs. King A Gibbon, in rear of Old
Exchange, at io o'clock-.
15S? bales PENNSYLVANIA HAY, sold on ac?
count of all concerned.
Condition* cash on delivery._oettt
Bj J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
TTNDEK WRITERS' SALE.-SUPERIOR
THIS FIAT P,UATE ROOK
>. AT' 13th ""tant, will be sod, at
??KtrfSSSS? ^arf- at 11 o'clock, for ac
count of the underwrltera and all cone ried,
Aoont seven hundred tons PHOSPHATE ROCK
in quantities to snit pnrchaBeraT ^
Tnls Phospha-e Rock is from the Oak Point
Mines, and contains 68 88 per cent, or Bone Phos?
phate of Lime, according to theanaly lsorPro
ressor Chas. ?. Shepard. Jr._ octl?
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, Ac
THIS MOUSING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at
my Store, corner King and Liberty street*.
A long line of Men's and Boys' CLO i HING and
HATS, JUBI received per Steamer Georgia, con?
sisting in part of Men's Black Casalmere and Sati?
net Frock and Sack Coats, Beaver Sacks, Fine
Blue Cassimere Suits, Fat cy Pants, Mel on and
Harrison Snits, Corduroy Pants and Vesta, Fine
All-Wool Vcets, Fashionable Frock Coat?, Ken?
tucky Jean Snits, Black Doeskin Pants and Vesta,
Ac, Ac. ALSO,
A splendid assortment or Men's and BITS'Feit
ana Wool HATS, or all styles and colors.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
CHARLESTON. S. C., Octobers, 1871.
The GEORGIA STATE FAIR opens at Macon
on 23d October, and will contle oe eight days.
Al articles ship, ed for exhibition will be re?
turned FREE upon certificate or the Secretary or
the .- tate Fair Association that the Goods or Ani?
mals have actua'ly been on exhibition.
Full Fare for visitors and Exhibitors going,
and to retara "free." 0. 8. GADSDEN,
General .superintendent and Engineer.
S. C. BuYLSION, Q. F.and T. Agent oct7-l?
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 2, mi.
On and after this date the NIGHT TRAIN on
this Road will be dlscontlnuea until further no?
The MORNING TRAIN will leave as usual at
8.30 A M., Sundays excepted.
Freights destined for points beyond Savannah
wUl be carried through without detention, dally..
C. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, G. F. A T. Agent sepao
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, \
CHARLESTON, S. C. Ootot er ll, 1871. j
The following Fairs will commence on the date?
AU Freight shipped over thia Road for the abo??
Fairs will t e returned FREE, upon the Certificate?
or the Secretaries that they were on exhibition.
Return Tickets for ONE FARE win be told to
visitors, commencing sale three days before the
date or each Fair, and good for fifteen dava,
J. M. SELKIRK.
Superintendent G. S. F. Line
S. B. PIOKENS, General Ticke: Agent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
LUARLWTON, s. C., February lt, mi.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 6:80 A. Mm
and 6 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston t:so A. M. (Mondays ex?
eptetl) and 2:80 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston a P. M., Sex
Train leaving 8:30 A. M. makes th rough connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acaula
Creek only, going through m 40 boara.
Passeugen leaving by s P. M. Train have?
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving;
i HI DAT by this Train lay over on SUNDAY m Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATUKDAT remain SUN?
DAY m Wilmington, N. G.
Thia ts the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
rente to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points-.
West and Northwest, both Traine making con?
nections at Washington with Western trains..
ol Baltimore and o bio Railroad.
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent
P. L. CLIAPOB, General Ticket Agent
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Jone 8,18TL
On and siter SUNDAY, Jone ll, the Passen?
ger Trams on- '.he Sonta Carbuna Railroad will
rna aa follows:
roa ATO FHT A.
?eave Charleston.-.. 8.30 A M.
arrive at Augusta.4.35 P. M.
?eave Charleston.8.30 A M.
Arrive at columbia.8.40 P. M.
Leave Augusta.?... T.40 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.30 P. BL
Arrrlve at Charleston.8.30 P. M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Autru-ta.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.?.08 A M.
Leave Ringville. 1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 7.46 P. M.
A CO CST A NIGHT XX? KASS.
??ave Charleston.-.8.80 P. M.
un vc at Augusta.7.06 A M.
Leave Augusta.8.00 P. M.
arrive at Charleston.8.40 A M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT BTT?MB
^eave Charleston.7.io p. ir.
unve at Columbia.8.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.-.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.46 A. y.
SUMMER VILLE TRAIN.
^eavc Charlearon.3.46 P. M.
irrlve at Summerville..4.10 p. M.
.?ave summerville..7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.18 A M.
.eave Camden.8.00 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A M.
Leave columbia.~.1.3* P- M.
rjriTe at camden.8.00 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centra)
Night Train connects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad. , ,
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex*
cent 8undayB)wlth Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia and returns on Mon?
days. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
' ' A. L. TYLER. vice-President
S. B. PICKENS. G. T. A lanl> .
-PUSSELL'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
1 AFresli Supply receivedand for sale, wholesale
and rptall bV DB. H. bAhK,
sepisi_No. 181 Meeting street
Helmbold's Rose Wash
Hem hold's Catawba Grape Pilla,
vnr sale by Da- H- BABB,
Jffis NO. 181 Meeting street.
mHB FOUNTAIN SYRING?
8FLF ACTING.-NO PUMPING.-NO AIR
The best universal SYRINGE m the market
It unrecommended by the first Physicians of th
C?nnisB? simple that it cannot get ont of order.
Tn ere are no valve?, and nothing that wUlcor.
rode- one will last a life time, _
Dr JOS. H. WARREN, an eminent Pbislelan, of
Boston writes to the manufacturers: _ .
?From the fact of ltsatn:j!"'ity and correct
principle in the structure or yow TOmwmaT
ringe,' and for the easy manipulation, PT0"^^6 '
result, and comfort to the patient, I nave recom?
mended this instrument extensively." ralnt ^
The Profession are invited to call and examine
I thc apparatus.
! For sale, wholesale and retaft^by^ -
jfo. 131 Meeting street,
may30 A^ent for Soath Carolina,