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Meetings This Day.
Phoenix Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Palmetto Lodge, K. cf P., at naif-past 7 P. M.
Ant lion Sales This Day
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at bis
store, woollen good j and sundries.
??Miles Drake wdl sell at lo o'clock, at bis store,
ci bining, bats and notions.
CRUMBS.-County Treasure r Gurney arrived
in Columbia from trie North on Monday.
SOUTH CAROLINA COTTON AT THE ST. Lons
FAIR.-Weare informed that premiums have been
awarded to Messrs. C. W. Williams A Co., or cur
city, and Mr. Henderson, of Society Hill, by the
St. Louis Fair, for specimens of tnperior cotton
grown in Scnth Carolina.
THE ORANGEBUKO FAIR, which opens next
Thursday, promises to le hig'dy successful.
Orangeburg is \ pushing place, aud the people
have gone to work with a vim :o make the fair
creditable to the county. Particulars as to the
shipment of articles for exhibition will be found
In tl.e advertisement of the executive committee.
A PERSONAL ENCOUNTER.-The Columbia
Culonsays that an unfortunate difficulty occurred
on Monda? afternoon, on Richardson street, be
tween .the well known gentlemen and merchants,
Messrs. Agnew A Son, and Mr. A. L. So.omcn, In
which the atter received a tnt near the ear with
a hoe, that caused him tu bleed profusely. The
origin, or the difficulty it was unable to learn,
further than that hard words led to blows.
LCUN'S BROMO CHLORALCM.- The bromo
chloralum for which Mr. G. J. Lunn, Slog street,
19 the wholesale agent, is highly recommended as
a disinfectant and deodorizer, and has the nota?
ble quality of being stilnles?, non-poisonous and
non-Odorous, lt ls admlraby suited for dislnfec
lng and deo lonzing chambers and ntens'ls. The
bromo chi iralum has come out triumphantlyfrom
allthe tes s which haw been applied to i', and
we cordially recommend it- general use.
BP^HOP HOWE.-The New York Tribune, in
no-icing the consecration of the Rev. Wm. Hell
White Howe assistant Bishop or South Carollua,
says: "Many years ago, when he was a junior at
the University of Vermont, a burle.-que pro?
gramme of the junior exhibition was circulated,
In which the classic nomenclature cf the triennial
catalogues was adhered to in a way that set the
town in a roar. In that programme the future
bishop appeared as Gulielmus Tlntinnabulus Can
THE JAWBREAKrNo RENCONTRE.-James
Johnson, tai ireedmau, who spilt open the cheek
and .aw of Adam Williamson Sundjy last, in a
quarrel at Mr. Simona's place on St. Andrews,
was arrested and brought to the city yesterday
morning. A preliminary examination was held
before Trial Justice Magrath, who issued the war?
rant in the case, and Johubon was remanded to
J ill for examination on Saturday morning, when
toe witnesses from the Bcence or the encoun er
would be present, william* ls now at the City
Hosp.tal with a painful and ng>y-looklng wound
thewhide side of bia face ot lng mu. h swo.len
THE ATrrjcs FESTTVITT.-The Attuck Light
Infantry concluded their festivity at the Military
Hail on Monday night with a promenade and
ball, which lasted until 2 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing. The principal reatare of the entertainment
was the balloting for the sword, epaulettes and
sash, prizes to be c mtested for by the various
companies of the First Regiment N. G. S. C. At
a late hour the ballots were counted, when the
Carolina Light Infantry, Captain H. C. Ml a ott,
having received eighty-seven vote*, were declar
ed the winners of the sword. Tne epaulettes were
won by the Randolph Rinemen, Captain R. Bar?
ton, and the sash by the Lincoln Repobl e m
leards, Captain Alex. Williams.
CLUBS AND STARS were buoyant yesterday
over a bingie case which had been di-hed up for
the matutinal entertainment of the city jadMiary.
Susan Robinson, a write wonna of uncertain
age, had part ikea too freely of the ardent on the
preceding night, and abont hal'-past ll o'Oock
she was discovered by two C. & S. lying in a som
noient state on the pavement. Arter discus
sing the matter, the two took up the fallen angel
and toted ber gently to the Guardhouse. Having
been brought berore the Mayor she expressed her
utter obliviousness of all that had occurred; bit
the two C. A S. were called and, Mu-hing with a
sense of-their unrewarded meris, told their "har?
rowing tale." The Mayor listened, and having
sentenced the prisoner to thirty days la the House
of Correction, he broke up the coan, and the
home o' Clubs and Stars resumed Its accustomed
CONFIDING FAITH.-The old man from the
conn ry whose hoard of mmey Themas Bryan:
alias Philadelphia, had got possession or, came
down to the el'y yesterday, and, to the surprise
or the officials, demanded the relejpt" of Philadel?
phia, who hal beeo committed ferr examin?t on.
The old fellow Insisted that Philadelphia was cn
honest man, and only wanted an opportunity to
keep to his word and double the money. Phila?
delphia's ptnnlless condition-the money obtain?
ed having been ma le away with berore his ar?
rest-had no effect on the old man's lesolve, and
he insist upon theshmrpei'a liberation. From thc
evidence lt Beems that t.-.e old man's son borrow
ed the mon y from his rather to lend Piulad 1
phia, and these circumstances being submitted
to the solicitor, he decide 1 that an indictment
wou il not lie. lt ls proabl?, therefore, that Phil?
adelphia will be discharged.
Loss OF TUE SCHOONER ROBERT CALDWELL.
The steamship Charleston, at this port yesterday
from New York, reports passing and boarding on
the 16thlnsta.it. in seventeen fathoms of water,
the schooner Robert Caldwell, waterlogged and
abandoned. She was visited by the Charlestor.
and her port quater was found to be badly
broke In, and had apparently been examined pre
vwsly, asher ranulng ridging and other mova?
bles had been taken. Thc Caldwell wa?, we learn,
from Sav nnah tor New Ua'veu, Connecticut,
and ha ? a cargo of lumber. She was an excel?
lent vessel of about four hundred and flftytons,
and was built originally about th reen years
ag", to run between New York and Charleston,
and li well known 1 ere, having been employed for
jears on Messrs. W. Ko\ch A ? o's. Merchant's
llnevof New York saill ig packets. She had prob
lbly been run into by sjme passing vessel, and
so badly damaged as to compel a-i abandon?
No QUORUM.-The City Hall was duly illumi?
nated last evening in anticipation of a meeting
jof Connel1, and e little after 7 o'clock the city
step fathers began to drop in. They came but
slowly, howeve* and. although the meeting was
called for 7 o'cl ck, a ha'.r-past 7 Aldermen E.
P. Wal, McKinlay, Cunningham and, perhaps,
one or two m >re rorm d a little caucus ia the
club room. Tne various topics of the day were
discussed, part?cula ly the fire in Chicago, and
apropos ot the g-eat calamity, Alderman Wall
drew from his pocket a copy or THE NEWS, and
with all t*ie dlgnl'y charade Mic or that ambl
tloui legisla-or, read aloud the leading article or
yesterday. At the conclusion or the reading the
merita or the article were discussed, and the
august conclave came tu the cone usion th-t it
was all very flue, but a little too hard on the "Old
Man " Appraiser Coogan, meantime., had Joined
the coterie, an i s on art.-r captain Hendricks
likewise came in. Our reporter, who vas natu?
rally anxious to bc in ti-.ne. Inquired whether
anything Important was on the fapw, and
whether there was any prospect or a quorum i
chorus of negatives wan ih?- reply, and the little
band of disinterested patriots, gaming no acc?s
jlon to their numbers as t ine w .re on, soon after
departed for their respective homes. The light
were one? more rut out, and appropriate dark?
ness reigned aroun tte prc n* :* oi whit fora
fortnight longer mas bc the tcmp:e of a Radical
THE HEALTH OF THE CITY.
The weather waa sultry yesterday, but in
the afternoon there were indications of a speedy
change Xor the better or the wo: se.
The city registrar reports the receipt of two
certificates of death from yellow fever ror the
twenty-fcur hours; both deaths taking place on
the icth instant.
OFFICB OF BOARD OF HEALTH. 1
CHARLESTON, S. C.. Uctooer 17, 1871. J
Two cert ?neates o.' death rrom yellow fever re?
ceived s.nce last report.
KOBERT LEBBY, M. D..
Besides the above the following certificates
have been r. celved siace last report:
One for fever, typhoid, dated October ll; one
for apoplexy, ?lated October 14; one for conges?
tion tit brain, dated ( ?ober 10; one for fever, bili?
ous remit teilt, dated October 16; two i-tlii-blrths,
one da ed Oetobtr 15, and one dated Octooer 16.
Report for the Week.
The lollowiDg is the official return of deaths
for the City of Charleston, for the week ending
Saturday last, October 14.
' WHITES BLACKS 0R C0L
CAUSES OF'Adults. Chlld'n.i] AduKs.jChlld n.
; * i ?
-J ? I ' ? i ?I ? ! g1 ? 1 a
lil 1?I % i ? I
Cholera Mo; bus.
COD gestion o i
Congeith n of
Fever. Typhoid | ..
Fever, Yellow.. 9
Prem. Birth- ..
Tris lu ns Na*
Tuberculosis. .. 1
Total.I 15 I 4 !
Whites 31. Blacks and colored 26- total 57; and
4 s ill-births.
Under l year o
Between l and
Between 5 and
Between 10 and
Between 20 and
Between 30 and
Between 40 and
Between 60 and
Between 60 and
Between 70 and
Between 80 and
Between 90 and
( f age.
2 j*SI i
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ff lao j H
ROBERT LEBBY, M. D.,
THE ADO FR LISE OF STEAXSniF8.
This lavorite and long k nown line of steam?
ers, which a e at all times kept In a con ltlon to
give the public the most ample and satls'actory
accommoda1 Iocs for freight and passengers, are
now in splendil oider. During the past summer
they received a comp ete and thorough reit at
the hands of carpenters and machinists, large
amounts being expended tn Improving and em?
bellishing them, so that pas engers now have the
most luxurious accommodations, ?Ith the utmost
8ecurl y and .-pt ed, while their freight room ls
equal to the most extended business. This line
has enjoyed uninterrupted success from its com
mencemen*, aud throughout the history which
b gin with the famous steamship Southerner,
built under the care cr ti.at model shipmaster,
Captain M. Berry, in 1846, lt has, we believe, es?
caped all disasters. The crowded freights which
these vessels now transport are Indica Ive of the
universal popularity which they have with the
mercantilecimmunlty. One of the oust toted
vessels or : he line ls
which arrived here yesterday from Sew York In
splendi : order, having just left the workshops,
where ?he his underdone an entire rent, being
now in better condition than m s* new vess ls.
Her hell has been thoroughly examln d and n
paired, where necessary, and newly coppered.
Her cabins are placed on deck, by which more
light and better ventilation ls tecund, and her
freight room is so much enlarged that lt is ex?
pected that she wi 1 be enabled to take ab. ut two
thousaid biles. In speed this elegant vessel bas
no superior on the coast, and ptssenge s who
know hT famous tjnailtua will make a rush to
patronise her. Stie ls In cha g; of her well
known commander. Captain J ?rn s Berry, whu-e
long and tried career as a succe-.s.'ul, caief il and
atteutlve o.'Iicer is kuown to all. He ls i repartd
now, as ever, to extend a hearty hospitality and
a cheerful welcome to the travelling public.
THE STEAMSHIP CHAMPION
of this Hue ls a first-class vessel In every respect,
being construcied with the greatest care, uniting
large carrying ca acity to light draft and good
speed. She ls, perhaps, one or the most sute-^a
ful steamers, financially, coming out of New Yolk,
and the ls admirably muiaged by that pipular
auu^excellent commander, Captaiu R. W. Lock?
wood, whose plca9icg addrts?, calm dem anor
and excellent seamanship make him ageueral
favorite. The Champion left here on Monday for
New Ytrk, with an overtlowiug cargo, among
which were o?-er two thousand bules of cotton.
The third vee?el of the ?Ive is the favorite
nils popular vess.d, which on several occas.ons
has made unusual fast passages from New lork
to this city, performs her trips with great punctu?
ality. Her appearance on the wnter is exceed?
ingly favorable, the beauty of her lines and the
rise other bow being particularly noticeable.
Her condition 13 always kept Al by the able o ni?
cer in charge, Captain M. S. Woodhul', who has
for many years bt en considered one of the most
ettie! nt officers on the coast. His thorough sea?
manship and commanding bearing gives him the
reputation of a model otneer, whose skill and effi?
ciency can be relied on und;r all circumstances.
The fourth vessel of the line is the well-known
STEAMSHIP JAMES ADGER,
which has beeL a tried and faithful servant. Built
many years since by that great New York ship?
builder, W. H. Webb, for Captain Dickinson, who
et joyed universal popularity, and being named
art? r a gentleman whose loDg years or prac; leal
judgiueut, skill und sue ess placed him among
the first merchants of Charleston, her career has
always been wat e.. ed wit.: Interest. She 19 HS
strong as wood and iron eau make her. and the
accommodations and management on board ar
kept In most admirable order hy that superior ol
fleer, Captain T. J. Lockwood. This gentleman ls
universally popular, and is known to all our clu
zens, among whom he has been Irora b< yhood.
lil- cose attention to hts duties, good J idgmeni
aud gentleman,y demeanor, give general confi?
These ships form one of the bes' linr-9 running
out of New York, and ali of their app lntmtnts
are fl rsl class. Tney can transport from our
wharves four thousand bales of cotton weekly,
aud they now go out jam full of liehrht.
BILL BEADS printed on lin-' paper at $3 $4,
$5, $660and$- 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS . ob Onice.
AFFRAT ON THE WHARF.-A constable, arm?
ed with a warrant from Trial Justice Levy, was
sent yesterday morning to arrest the mate of the
French brig D lphlne Melanie, ljlng at Palmetto
wi;ar.', for an assault upon one cf the hands. The
officer found the mate on the wharf, and the lat?
ter upon 'teaming the nature of the warrant,
ottered to t time along quietly. A practical tar,
however, f;.o was looking on, thought the mate
was lu distress, and drawing his knife, made a
cut at the officer. The latter rec? Wed the b ow
upon his left arm, but the blade merely slipped
through his coat sleeve, without drawing blood.
The belll-terint sailor was soon brought before
the trial Justice on another warrant, when he ex?
cused nimse'f by saying he thought the mate in
danger, and wanted to assist him. Owing to the
fact thai the parties could only speak French, the
examination proved tedious, and was postp.ned
SHOOTING AFFRAY IN HAMBURG.-The Au?
gusta Chronicle says: "A difficulty occurred in
the neighboring Town of Hamburg, South Caro?
lina, on hist Sunday, which resulted in one of the
parties receiving what ls considered a mortal
wound. The parties concerned in the affray
were Messrs. William Flint and Pleasant Sharp
ton, both well known citizens or the town In
which they live. From what we can learn of the
affray it seems that the quarrell was the result of
an old feud between the combatants. Some time
ago there was a quarrt 1. and they had not been
on very good terms stace. On last Sunday morn?
ing, about lt o'clock, they.happened to meet at a
place in the street, and high words followed the
meeting. Sharpton cursed Flint, and the latter
drew bis pistol and fired two shots at him. The
first ball did no: take effect; the last penetrated
the back or the neck, inflicting a very dangerous
wound. Fears were entertained yesterday that
Mr. Sharpton could not recover."
TUE OAK nt V MURDER.-The new develop?
ments in this case are full of horrors, and lt Is
now believe! that the Inhuman murder was
effected by a gang or 6lx negroes. The examina?
tion, whi.h ls being condr"ted berore Trial Jus?
tice T. J. Mackey, was B^pended yesterday In
consequence of certain disclosures made by Ran
Bolden. Three witnesses from Matthew's Ferry,
four niles from Mount Pleasant, where Sam
White was captured, were examined as to White's
doings at that place. They were present at the
arrival or White, and heanOlm state that he had
Just got back from Columbian Complaining of be?
ing lil he lay down, and soon alter lhe offi?
cers captured him. An ither strong point against
White is, that on the morning after the murder.at
6 o'clock, White and five-fingered Anthony told
the pump minier on the railroad, rour milts
below Oakley, that Mr. Fldea had been murdered
and robbed. The store was not entered nor the
body or the murdered man discovered until 9
o'clock, three hours after this disclosure. A cart
load of goods was carr.ed off from the store by
the murderers, and ror the recovery or these and
the arrest or three other persons Implicated the
case ls now delayed. Bolden has made repeated
changes In his statements, and when confronted
with the other three persons, for whom warrants
have been Issued, lt ls thought that he will bring
out the truth.
Hotel Arrivals-October 17.
Mrs. W. Stevenson, Miss M. Stevenson, J,
Ryan, Aiken; H. 0. Donald, New York; P. A.
Emanuel, Elaw h Island; H. C. Devenderf and
wife. Chic go; E. Mehernals, Gardner's Corner,
J. Cooper, Beaufort; J. H. Kuckhalter, Winlaton.
W. Zelswlss, florence; J. L. Gleason, St. John's
S. B. ; N. Ci. riet sengen, Beau ort.
SUMTER RIFLE CLUB.
At a regular meeting of the Sumter Rifle
Club, held on lhe evening of the 16th Instant, the
following preamble and resolutions were unani?
WJtereas, Death has removed from our midst
our brother, William M. Carlisle. Be 1:
Resolve i, That In bis decease we mourn the
loss of one or our most esteemed and cherished
members, and deplore the inevitable decree
whicu has deprived us or so energetic und active
a companl m.
Resolved, That as an expression or our deep
sorrow ut nts death a blank page in our minute
book be dedica*ed to his memory.
Resohrd, That a copy or these resolutions be
furnished the family of the deceased In token of
our heartfelt sym; at hy with ihelr deep bereave?
ment, and thal these proceedings be published
in the dai:y papers of the etty.
Extract from the Minutes.
w. M. BR?NS,
Secretary and Treasurer.
ii U S I S ES S NOTICES.
GENERAL AGENCT UNION INSCRANCE COM?
PANY-, of San Francisco, Ca'.. No. 114 Broadway,
New York City, October 13ih, 1871.
To JP. B. Heriot ct- Co., Agents, Cfiarleston:
SIRS-Official telegrams have been received from
the Union Insurance Company, of San Francisco,
informing us that the company ls all right, and
will pay all losses promptly ; and ir the capital Is
round to be impaired, the (stockholders will be as?
sessed to make lt good.
We have been conti lent from the first that ih.s
company would meet the great disaster without
flinching, and now that the assurance is officially
communicated tous, weare nappy to greet you
with the cheering news.
"Go ahead and crowd lusiness. California
gold backs you to the amount of ml Hons." The
individual Itaollity of stockholders is a feature In
California Insurance companies which now dem?
onstrates the wisdom of the law-makers or that
State. SHEELS, BOWERS ? BOI'GUTON,
The subscribers continue to take risks in the
above named company as heretofore.
WILLUM B. HERIOT A- CO., Agents.
BONDS AND STOCKS FOR SALE.-Mr. E. M.
Moreland, br ker. No. 2? Brojil street, offers
South Carolina Railroad bonds, Chai liston Fire
Loan bonds end Charleston Cry sto.k. See ad?
ROAD TO HEALTH.-A contented mind, a
q .let c science, a healthy stomach, ( b'aised by
ke ping your temper, being satisfied with what
you have, paying all you owe, especially the gro?
cer, and buyicg y< ur groceries fi om Wilson's,
No. ?oo Klug street. Have >ou tiled my dol ar
TUE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE IN?
SURANCE OOMPANT.-CHARLESTON AGENCY. C. T.
LOWNDES. GENERAL AGENT.-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OCTOBER 10,1871.-In receipt or advices confirming
telegrams that chicago losses will not exceed iwo
and a half millions, and may be considerably un?
der t his sum. Directors in New York are directed
to draw on London for same, lu his (New York)
office our dally business has more than doubled
since Monday, (9th tneiant.)
C. T. LOWNDES,
oct.7-2 General Agent.
TUE ACADEMY OP MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
ceris, as advertised by Missr-. Butler, i hid wick,
Gary ? Co .-Mr. Eben Collin, tu hagen t for this
splendid and attractive scheme, is now prepared
to sell tickets ror the same. Applications tobe
made tu him at the office of Mr. 1 du aid M. More
laud, No. -.'9 Broad street.
NEW YORK LEDGER, Weekly, Saturday Night
and Mreside Companion, six oems a copy, at No.
1G1 King street. may3-w
AN I.NDLSPtNSABLE ARTICLE Fi?R TUE SICK
Roon.-Every fanriy should provide themselves
with "The Valoa Kerosene st ve." Many lives
may be saved. The sole agents for this city are
J. B. DUVAL lc SON,
sepll-mwr No. 337 King street.
I DESIRE to inform the people ol Charleston
and the country that they can buy a better and
cheaper Sewln/ Machinerrom me than they can
elsewhere, and now a the t tm", and No 31 Queen
Btreet is the p ace to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
corneal!, and let me serve you io a No. 1 Machine.
J. L. LUNSFORD.
NO. 141 KING STREET,
WIST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NOHTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully Inform his friends that he
I has Just returned from New York with a jarge
I and well-selected stock of the latest styles or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Including the Celebrated
J?ENNEDY tt GREGORY,
No. 186 KINO STREET,
OPPOSITE D. H. SILCOX'S WAREHOUSE,
Haring this day entered into copartnership in
the abcve Business, would respeuiully solicit
from their friends a share of their patronage.
They pledge themselves that their Cutting and
Manufacture shall be done In the la est Etyle, and
in a manner to give satisfaction to their patrons,
and at moderate trices.
J. T. KENNEDY.F. M. GREGORY.
tDatcljee, Jnoelrs, Ut^
TTT 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 finished in the best manner and mn
with the greatest accuracy, and cannot be excell?
ed anywhere, at their respective prices.
The cases are all of tbe newest patterns, and
specially made to our own order.
Our stock or these Watc.es ls now the largest,
and our prices, all things consWeredy are the low?
est In the city.
BALL, BLACK ? CO.,
JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
Nos. 565 and 567 Broadway, New York.
JEWELRY, WATCHES ANE
NC. 307 KING STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW
_ LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND
All the newest and most exquisite designs lo
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seai
Kines, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earlings; Armlets
and Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches foi
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
No. 307 KING STREEU,
A rew doors above wentworth street.
tDrrj ?CODI, Ul
IVOS. 244. AJVD 437
BEG TO ANNOUNCE]
THAT THEY ARE NOW OPENING
NEW DRESS GOODS,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
NEW AND LATEST STYLES OF
A FULL LINE OF
ALL KINDS OF CARPET?, OIL CLOTH, RUGS,
AND MATTING, (A SPECIALTY.)
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED
VAN DEUSEN'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They ii ~ purely vegetable, sale and sure. Tu
best in use. For sale by Dr i. BAEK,
No. 131 Meeuijg tareel,
Wlji, ?... ,-.cf.p.
Q.ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This is the best Medicine for young chlldret
suffering with C'dlc, Dian liesa, or any other com
plaint, in idem to Teething. It may be givei
with sareiy, as lt contains no opium, or other m
Price, 25 cents a bottle.
Manufacture.! and for sale by
DR. H. BA ER,
Book ono Job Printing.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS
No. 149 EAST BAY,
IS PREPARED TO TURN OUT
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IN THE MOST
SATISFACTORY STYLE, UPON BRIEF
NOTICE, AT THE LOWEST RATE-?.
OUR OFFICE, IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS, IS
ONE CF THE
Most Complete in the South.
IS GIVEN TO
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
GIVE US A TRIAL !
5t)irlg ano Jrnrmsaing <E>oo??.
JUST RECE IVE D ,
A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
TUE LATEST STYLES OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO (SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together with un ureq alltd turply of Hie
CELEBRATED STA I? SHIRTS AND COLLARS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS IN GENERAL.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE MARK KT STREET.
By the authority of the act or the Legislature of I
Kentucky, or March 13,1871, theTrunees or the
Public Library uf Kentucky will give a
AT LOUISVILLE, KV.,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871.
100,000 Tickets of Admission, $loeach, Curren?
cy; Hair Tickets $5; Ouar er Tickets $2 50.
"Tickets will be bent by registered letter. The
money for them may be sent by P. 0. money
order, greeubdcks or il raft.
Each ticket contlsis of rour qaa terp, value
$2 ?0 each. The hoi ier ls entli ed io admission
to the Concert, and to the value of the gift award?
ed to lt or ns lection.
$550.000 IN GREENBACKS will he distributed to
holders of tickets, lu gllisajf irorn $100,0U0, the
highest, o $loo. the lowest-being 721 gifts in all.
The Concert ls for the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The CltiZ2ns" Bank or Kentucky ls Treasurer,
And the Corpora ors ami Superv.sors are the
Hon. lUOMAS E. BKAMLETTK, late Governor of
Keuiuckr, and t weuty-sivtn of the most distin?
guished and respectable citizens or the State.
The undersigned, late princ.pal business mana?
ger ot Hie very tucccsslul Gift Concert for the beu
etii or the Mercantile Library at San Francisco,
has been appointed Agent and Manager or this
Grand Gift Concert.
The drawing aud distribution will take place In
public, and everything will be done to satisfy the
uuyers or tickets that iheir interests will be as
well protected as ir they were pers nally present
to superintend the entire affair.
For tickets and information apply to
C. R. PETERS,
So. ?VJ Main street. Louisville Ky.,
No. 8 As or House, New York.
H. N. HEMPSTED, NO. ?10 Broadway, Milwaukee,
M. A. FRENCU, Virginia City, Nevada.
M. A. WOLFF, NO. 318 Chestnut street, St. Louis.
Tickets also for sale In every prominent place
In the United states. Bepi25-mwfi2
For your Children, use none other than tne
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
lt coutaius no Anodyne. For sale by the
Manufacturer, Du. ll. LAER,
And abu to be had at all Drug atures.
PAR G LING OIL
Il GOOD FOR
BURNS AND SCALDS,
SPRAINS AND BRUISES,
FLB H WOUNDS,
GALLS OF ALL KINDS,
SITFAKT. RINO tons,
BITE? OF ANIMALS AND
TOOTHACHE, AC, AC,
SCHATCH3*. OR GREASE,
CRACK KD HEELS
FOOT ROT IN >HKKP,
ROUP IN POULRT,
LAME I?ACK, AC, AC
Large Size, $1; Medium Size,
50 cts.; Small Size 25 etd.
From George H. Sheffield, P. M., East Gains,
Orleans County, New York, September 29,1868:
I Bm happy to say that one b. ttie of your GARG?
LING OIL has eurea the Rheumatism in my right
arm, wten nothing else would help me.
From Geo. R. Thra.ls, WarBaw, Ind., November
5. 1858: *
When I was aporinted agent ror the sale of
your GARGLING OIL, there was a large stock on
nand.bul it ls now al soid.and I think you had bet?
ter send me twelve dozen more, one half of which
ror "Family Cse." lt ls regarded the best medi?
cine ever cold.
From D. G. Robinson, Sarepta, MISB., Fcb.uary
Please send another supply or v our GARGLING
OIL; It Las riven general satisfaction. Itf\s
cored a case of Rheumatism of ten years' staud
lng. and ls great for Burns, in fact.lt has been
successful in almost every case where lt has had
a fair tria1.
From Ur. R. F. Parsons, Brighton, Ind., Septem?
ber 6 1869:
1 keep a large stock or yonr GURGLING OIL on
band, and hud It the best preparation In of the
klud in use; and sell three tim s as mu.h of lt as
From L. Fchlottman, Round Top, Fayette Coun?
ty. Texas, February 15, 1869:
I am now selling more of your GARGLING OIL
than any other Liniment-and all who have used
lt pronounce lt "the best thing out"
R. I? Ta, lor, of Concord, Ky., says:
TheG iRULING O L cured a horse of his, injured
wai e ploughing, by attempting to step over a
stump, a'most severing the thigh from the body;
also, that be hss used lt in bis family for fifteen
yea?, and ls the best remedy for cuts, Barns,
bruises, Frost Bites, Strains, Rheumatism, Ac,
be ever used.
Extract of a letter from Dr. C. T. Murphy, dated
Magnolia, N. C.:
1 have used ycur GARGLING OIL for several
years, and find lt superior to ail other medicines
for the dlsea: es and purposes for whl.h lt ls re?
From Messrs. E. A H. Bell. Bellvine, Fillmore
County, Minn., September 28,1858:
We will sell a great deal more of yonr GARG?
LING OIL at this point for the future, for the rea?
son that lt gives good tatlsfacilon to customers.
From Messrs. F. L. A E. w. Olds, Norwich Ft,
February 4, 1869:
Allow UB to say In regard to yonr GARGLING
OIL, that we esteem lt the best Uniment we have
ever known. It gives universal satisfaction, and
we can testify to ita efficacy from our own expe?
Extract of a letter rrom Bethuel Farley, dated
Marlow, N. H.. August 1, 1866:
Your medicine gives satisfaction to all who
have used tt, and takes the lead of any article of
the Liniment kind m use In this vicinity.
Messrs McLaln A Bros.. Wholesale Druggists,
Wheeling, Va, tars, under date of July 2J. 1866:
That ttiey cn safely recommend the GARGLING
OIL for more diseased than lt ls recommended for.
Extract of a letter from Hon. Nathan Lindsey,
i ounty Judge of Sheloy County, Iowa, dated Har?
lan. April 13,1S67 :
ll ls decidedly preferred to any other Liniment
sold In ihls section.
Extract of a letter from Thomas Sturterant,
dated Hillsboro', ll.. May 13, lb67 :
Your CAROLING OIL is spoken of by those who
have used it as a first-rate article, atid I should
like to have you send me some more of it to sell.
Extract or a letter rrom Qrlgsby A Strong, dat?
ed Trenton, Tenn., September Io 1867 :
Yon may state in f man. oj that, with an ex?
perience In the drag . .:-ka of fifteen years, the
UARGLLNG OIL has no been excelled.
From Dr. T. W. Ellis, Troupevllle, Ga., January
ir I should receive both boxes of the GARG
LING OIL, lt wld not be too much, as I think I
could soutt find sale for U al, the Inquiry being
frequent sluce lt ls supposed that I nave lt for
From Dr. William S. McCall. Chamois, Mo., No?
vember 6, 1858 :
Your GARGLING OIL ls 'aklrg the shine off
rrom all the Liniments or toe ?lay. If you desired
them, 1 could procure dozens of certificates rrom
tue best i-lUzeuBof ihe couutry.
Extract or a letter iroin Dr. E. L. Patte, dated
Ravenswood. . a., January 27.1855 :
The GARGLING OIL ls the only reliable em?
brocation in existence-so say the peoi,le. We
can tell more of that than of all the rest put
together. I can furn sh you with five hundred
certifica'es il you want.
From the Louisville (Ky.) DaPy Democrat, June
4. 1856 :
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL has become one
of the mo.-t popular Liniments for human flesh
i hat ls now prepared, while lor horses and cattle
It has no eq i?l in tne world. W? are assured by
iho.-e who li? ve used it for the piles-one of whom
ls a distinguished phjslcian-that among all the
tarions pile remedies, none afforded such speedy
relier as the OAKGLING OIL.
r rom Crump A Bros., Cochrane Landing, Ohio,
November 20, 1856 :
We are pleased wm your medicine. It has
been the means or curing a great number of dif?
ferent diseases upon persons,as also upon horses.
We think lt cures ail you recommended lt to do.
We want you to send us the larger proportion of
the var.e:y lor "family cse," lu small bottles.
TRY A BOTTLE.
The GARGLING OIL has been In use as a Lini?
ment for thirty-eight years. All we ask ls a
FAIR TRIAL, but be sure and follow directions.
Ask your nearest druggist or dealer In patent
medicines for one of our Almanacs and Vade
Mecums, and read what the people say about the
The GARGLING OIL la ror sale by all respect?
able dealers mrougtiout the United States and
Our teat monials date 'rom 1833 to 1871, and are
unsolicited. Utie the GARGLING OIL, and tell
your neighbors what good lt has done.
We deal lair and liberal with all, and defy con?
MANUFACTURED AT LOCKPORT, N. Y.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY,
W. T. LINN, Agent,
LINN'S PILLS !
LINN'S PILLS !
THE BEST IN USE, LINN'S PILL'S I
TRY A BOX.
Sold by all Druggists.
SUrtioit 0*l?f~~tt)ii Wap
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, Ac,
THIS MORNING, st 10 o'clock I will neil A t
my Store corner King MU^UuEi
A large line of Men's and Boya' CLOTHING
Felt and Wool Hats of all st, iel ladles'croaks,
Long Shawls, Dry G ods. N.Uons Ac Alaos,
large lot of DAMAGED HATS, to be sold wit hont
reserve._ oct 8,
By WM. McKAT.
THIS DAT, AT 10 O'CLOCK, AT No. HO
Black and Fancy Satinet , Assorted Madder
rrln'B, Broad and Leaver Ch th*, leans, cassi,
m. res. Red F annels, Llnaeys. Brown Shi Unga,
Suspenders. Shirts and Drawer?, Heavy English
Pilot Jackets, Flue En? Uah Business Costs, Mad?
ras and Llo?^ Cambric Handkerchiefs, Black Al
KSftSS 'Jr* Wolds, and an Iuvolce of Hosiery,
Neck Ties, Bows, Scarf--, Ac
BalaDc o- the I? te J. H. Wigger's STOCK, re
matnlng uncalled for from last sale. octlg
Unction 5a 1 es-- fntnrc Sari
By WM. McKAT.
FURNITURE OF A FAMILY
TO MORROW (Thursday,) at io o'c ock, at
No. 17 St. Phillp street, opposite Lkerty street
will ne sold,
The FURNITURE contained in said bouse, con?
futing or Parlor, Dining Room, Bed Room and
Kitchen Furniture, Crockery, Ac.
_One MILCH COW._oct!8
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Sou h Carolina District-Fourth CU cult-In
Abram Van Buren and S. Angelica, hts wife, et al,
vs. John Peter Brown, et aL
By vlrtne of an order of the Court In this case, I
win offer for sale, at public ou' cry, on the Ont
MONDAY in November, 1871, at Colombia, at not
lena than tte appraised prices below stated,
The tollowlng PARCELS OF LAND:
All that PLANTATION called "Big Lake," al???
ate, lying and being in the County or Richland,
in said State, on the Congaree River, about sight
miles below Columbia, containing about two*
thousand one hundred and seventy acres, and
appraised at twelve dollars per acre. Said Plan?
tation bas beenwjlvKied into two Tracts ol neatly
equal quantity, by the road running through the
Plantation from the Main Public Road to the Con?
garee River, and the Tracta will be sold sepa?
All that PLANTATION called "Shiver,''lying In
same County and State, about eighteen miles be?
low Columbia, containing thirteen hnndred acres,
more or less, and appraised at ten thousand dol?
Terms or sale-One-ronrth cash; balance upon
a credit or one, two and three years, with the
bonds or the purchasers, bearing interest at the
rate of seven per cent., payable annnaUy, secur?
ed by a mortgage of tue Lands. Purchasers to
pay for (tamps and pap?is.
Said Landa may be purchased a: private sale on.
application to the undersigned at Sumter, S. C.
J. S. G. RICHARDSON,
octa-wmfl_Sp- dal Referee.
fttuiioiuers' flrinate Sales, &z.
By J. DRAYTON FORD.
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATION ON
Will be rented, for one or s term of years,
NORTH CHACHAN, well known as a desirable
place and residence, situated on the western
branch of Cooper River. On lt are a fine Brick
Mansion, ou-buildings and n gro houses. The
property consists or eighty acres or prime Rice
Land, and a large quantity of first quality high
land. With 1 wul be rented a Summer Residence
in the healthy Village of CordesvtUe, two miles
Will be rented or sold, SOUTH CHACHAN
PLANTATION, immediately adjoining the above,
i This place consist or a very large tract of first -
! class Rice Land and extensive highland fields of
the Hebest quality.
The Puntatiocs may be treated for singly or
together. Apply ai above, st No. 81 Brosd street.
Now landing a cargo of very superior FRESH
For sale low, at
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 94 CHURCH STREET,
sept E. M. GR1MKE, P. 0. BOX 874.
rp HE NEW"DLSWF?^?1?T
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arrests
and prevent? putrefaction and contagion. Pre?
pared only by Tilden A Co.
For sale by all Druggists. Physicians furnished
with samples for trial by the Wholesale Agent.
Price for Pint Bottles 60 cents.
G. J. LUHN,
ijepl-fmw2mos WHOLESALE AGENT.
EAD T H I S 1
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE.
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS.
Jost received, a supply of
BROMO-CH LORA LUM,
CHLORIDE OF SODA, AC
ANO a snpply or MEDICATED WILLOW CHAR
COAL, in Powder and in Pastilles, Imported from
Paris, prepared by Dr. Belloc, and approved by
the French Academy or Medicine. This ls the
best article ever offered herc; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive or Yellow Fever.
Also, a supply or the best WHITE MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended aa a preventive of
Call early, as the supply ls limited, at tbe Drug
Store of BB. H. BAER,
ang29 Sn. 131 Meeting stn et.
Recommended by the New York Board or Health
as ose of the best Disinfectants.
For disinfecting Privies, Vanita, Drains, Cess?
pools, Rooms, Ac
Mannfactured and for aale by
C. F. PANKN1N, Chemist,
No. 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. C.
Price-FIFTY CENTS per bottle. sepl
As a Disinfectant and Deodo?
rizer; to Destroy Organic
Germs and other Causes
of Disease, and to
By the direct results of recent experiments it
has been found that this safe, non-poisonoos and
non odo roos agent will destroy the odor even of
asea fa-1 ld a in manufactures where lt ls made
on a large scale; that lt will coagulate albumen
in any form; and that where it becomes desirable
to preserve or transport dead bodies, ir charcoal
be placed m the bottom of the comn, and cloth
with which the body la surrounded ls saturated
with lt, each body can be kept or sent to any dis?
tance. It does not stain anything with which lt
comes In contact.
lt ls admirably suited to disinfect and deodorize
chambers and utensils.
For sale by all Drugg sts.
Mr. G. J. LUHN, King street, ls the Wholesale