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? CITT AFFAIRS.
nccUBg* THU v*y.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, at 7 P. M.
Stonewall Fire company, at T P. M.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-?he Very Kev. Dr. Ber?
mingham will officiate in the Catholic Church.
? on Sunday, at the asnal hour.
SAFETY DRIVING APPARATUS.-Mr. John L.
Arnold, of Lowndesvllle, ha6 applied for a patent
for an apparatus which enables the i river of a
bowe to detach him from theshafts in an instant,
at the same time stopping the vehicle.
THE NATIONALIST.-We are requested to say
that the publication or The Nationalist Is suspend?
ed for a rew days, the material lt had In ss* hav?
ing been delivered up to the Carolina Printing
Company. The pt: er will resume publication as
soon a? new material arrives.
LECTURE IN SOMMERVILLE.-'-Bible Stories
written In the Rocks" ls the subject ora lecture to
be delivered in Summerville on Tuesday evening
next, the 24th ir st., by Professor Holmes, of the
Charleston Lyceum, Tor khe benefit of the Ladies'
Church Aid Association of tbat town.
FALLINO IN THE STREET.-Yesterday, be?
tween 12 and l o'clock, a while man, named Jan
covlch, fell down suddenly in Market s'.'eet, near
Church, apparently in convulsions. A larg?
crowd speedily gathered around bim, and several
began to rab him with camphor, kerosene, 4c.
Ttfesufferer seemed to recover a little, and under
the treatment or a physician, who was quickly
sent for, was afterwards carriel home.
STEALING PINS.-Henry Boyce, a colored
boy.'w.a brought before the Mayor, yesterday
morning, charged with stealing several coupling
pms from ihe carson the South Carolina Rail
.oad. The prisoner was detected at the same
trick some Umc ago, but was let orr. This time
be was caught in the act-, and tamed over to the
police. He was sent to the House of Correction
yQr ten days as a vagrant.
PREMIUM BALES.-The following premiums
were awarded at the St. Louis Fair, to South
Carolina planters :
For be.-t bale or cotton raised in South Carolina,
$500 ; R. H. Henderson, Society Bill.
For second best bile raised ;n S;uth Carolina,
$250 ; E. J. Means, WJnnsfcoro.
For the third best bale raised in South Carolina,
$100 ; Frank E. Taylor, Char eston.
INSANE.-On Thursday night a white youth,
culling himself Jose Goss, applied at the Guard?
house for a nights' lodging, and was accommodat?
ed. Shortly after he bad retired, the officer went
to his cell, when Goss flew at him like a wild car,
and ran around the Stationbouse shouting, and
apparently try log to get away from some: hin g. Ile .
was brought before the Mayor, supposed to be in?
sane, and referred to the city registrar for exam?
THB SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
The restrictions against the transmission or
freight having been removed by the Savannah
adfhori! les, this road is now prepared to forward
express and ali other freights without delay.
Through bills will be Issued on freight to Florida,
and at as low rates as by any other route. The
passenger train leaves Charleston at half-pau 8
A. M. and arrives at live minutes past 5 P. M.
dally. The sight train on the road bas been :
CLUBS AND STARS.-Sarah Daly, arrested for |
atea lng cloth from tbe store or Stone A Marshall,
No. 143 Meeting street, was sent to the House or
Correction for twenty days under the vagrant
Richard Mustapha and Marv Dryers, lodged lor
Indecent behavior and being disorderly In George
Pfetreet, were discharged with a'reprimand.
Two jolly Inebriates, who found Meeting street
too crooked Tor a sober man to walk In, were
arrested by the police, whom tbey abused to their J
hearth content. They paid up five dollars each
before the Mayor and departed.
ROBBERY ON THE PILOT BOY.-David Scott,
colored, was arrested last evening by Officer Her?
nandez, on board the Pilot Boy, as the steamer
arrived, charged with stealing one hundred and
fifty dollars from tbe purser's room- While the
boat was lying at Beaufort, the purser's room
had been entered through a side window, and
next morning the mone,, nad been missed, and
marks of naked feet and a chisel used in forcing
the drawer were discovered. A dispatch was
sent by the captain to this city, and the officer !
was In walting at the wharf to make the arrest
David is a fl-em an on the boa., and is arrested on
suspicion. None or the money has been re
cojered. _ _,
SAIEING OP THE GULF STREAM FOR PHILADEL?
PHIA.- This capacious steamship left Brown's
what r yesterday mornlag with a cargo of two
thousand packages, cotton, naval stores, rice,
hides, domestic goods, 4c, for tbe. Quaker City.
The Virginia, of the same line, left Philadelphia
for this port on Friday morning, with a large
cargo of general merchandise. Philadelphia
boasts of sx thousand manufacturing establish?
ments, and ls consequently a great distributing
point ror al sorts or ironwares, glasswares, agrl
cultural implements, ales, rope, furniture, oils
and paints, carriages, crockery, gas fixtures,
acids, and t e thousands of other articles or da ly
consumption all over the Cotton States; and this
Uno ol steamers furnishes quick and regular
transportation to Charleston, and by rail to the
Interior. 1 he facilities or this route ls attracting
a rall l;ne or business for the two superior tteam
8hipsnow ;nJhis service.
SHOT HIMSELF.-The jury cf Inquest over
the body of Moni? Fuller, who was shot on the
otb of Sept- m er on a plantation near Adam'
Run, and arterrvards conveyed to the.City Hos?
pital where he died, met again yesterday morning
jj the coroner's oUlce-an adjournment havir.g
"fecomo necessary, owing to suspicions or foul
play lu thc matter and the absence of all wit
nesses. Tnese had to be summoned from St.
Paul's, and arrivid a few days ago. Th? evidence
adduced showed that ihe deceased was at the
Marshall plantation, In St. Paul's, a short distance
from Willtown, rented at the time by a colored
man named Deas. The deceased was about com?
ing out or the door of a house with his loaded
masker, and In doing so placed the butt end or the
rhdsket on the sill or the dcor. As he passed
through the door the butt or the nusket slipped,
and the sill striking the hammer discharged the
gun. Thedeccised was struck and badly wound?
ed by the shot, and his friends, having no sur?
geon to attend him, brought him to the city. The
Jury returned a verdict of accidental death.
VISIT OF DELAWARE FIREMEN.-TLe Wash
lngtoa Fire Company, or Wilmington, Delaware,
have at length concluded all their arrangements,
and havedeiermlned to visit this city in Novem?
ber next. From the correspondence or the secre?
tary of the company with ch.er Nathan we learn
that the company will leave Wilmington on the
15th or next m m tb by railroad, and pass?
ing Acquia Creek, Richmond, 4c., will arrive
In the city by the Nor.heastera Railroad on
th*, mo niug c-r Tuesday, the 17th proximo.
The vlsltois will received at the depot by
the whole ir our Steam Fire Department i.i
full dress uniform and with their engines.
The apparatus the Delaware company may
bring along with them win bo quartered
at the Vigilant Engine House, In state street.
Arrangements have been made by which the
visiting company, sixty in number, will be
accommodated at the Charleston Hotel during
their short stay. They will be accompanied by a
splendid brass band which was organized and
pbs maintained by the company. Tbe Washing
tons form one of trie most respectable and wealthy
lire companies In the Union, and the compliment
they wll pay Charleston, by this dlrec visit '.they
stop at no other place on their way south,) win
be appreciated by our cltlze s. The company is
conaposed principally or b slness men and have
oaf of the aldermen or th r city for a marshal, j
TBE BE AL TB OF TBE CITY.
Prom the up-country we have advices of
good white frosts, which, down this way, are few
and rar between.
Two deaths from yellow fever were reponed
yesterday, both or which took place on the 18th.
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 20-12 M. J
Two ceri Ideates or death from yellow fever re?
ceived since last report.
ROBERT LEBBY, M. D.,
Besides the above the following certificates
have been received since last report:
One for congestion of brain, dated October 15;
one for fever, typhoid, dated October 17; one for
ptbMs pnlmonali9, dated October 18; one for mal?
formation of heart, dated Octiber 19; one for
fever, typhoid, dated October 19.
The Howard Association.
The regular weekly meeting of the executive
committee of ti e Howard Association was held
yesterday at 12 M., at the Market Hall, President
James H. Taylor in the < hair.
' Letters of application for membership, enclos?
ing $5 each, from Messrs H. Baer, T. Kelly, Alex?
ander McLoy, W. T. Jeffords, and John T. Wight?
man were read, and the rules having been sus?
pended, the applicants were elected by acclama?
The following contributions have been received
during ne week : From the Southern Express
Company $500; Joha Glbbcn, of Boston, ?25;
Crane, Boylston A Co., $25; Evert E. Bedford,
$25; Dowle, Moise A Davis, $15; E. Scott, $10. On
motion, the treasurer was ordered to acknowledge
the same, and to return the thanks of the asso?
ciation to the donore
These contributions, headed by the handsome
j donation cf the Southern Express Company, en?
able the association to continue their work for the
next week without making a call upon the pub?
lic The small amount of available capital in the
possession or the association at the beginning of
the summer has been carefully expended, and the
objects of the association have thus far been fully
and faithfully carried oer. It ls hoped that the
liberality of our citizens will continue during the
si'.ort time yet renaming before frost, and, of
their own accord, maintain th2 :?=ociation lu
I The reports of the directors for the various
wards were read, showing a general decline of
the fever In the lower wards but an Increase In
Ward 8. Only eight deaths have occurred during
the week among the patients ol the association.
Mr. Evans proposed Dr. J. T. Wightman a? a
visitor in Ward 8, in the place of the late Hon. w.
S. Henerey. A beliot being taken, Dr. Wightman
was duly elected.
Adjourned until Friday next.
ARSON.-Two men were brought to the city
yesterday on the Savannah and Charleston Rail?
road by the detectives, charged with burning the
dwelling-house or Mr. J. H. Ruddell, near Mat?
thew's Bluff, in Beaufort County. The affidavits
have been made before Trial Justice J. G. Mackey,
and thepartles will be examined to-day.
ANOTHER RAID.-Thursday night-the prem?
ises of Mr. Badenhop, at the southwest corner of
King and Market streets, were again visited by a
thief, who succeeded in carrying off a valuable
gold chain and ten dollars in currency. The arti?
cles were stolen from the upper part of the house,
and a suspected party will be arrested to-day.
THE Curuc? BURGLARY.-Isaac Mackey, the
colored yonth arrested while bird-nesting In the
Unitarian churchyard, and charged with stealing
the aisle carnet from that church, was examined
yesterday morning before Tri.i Justice Magrath,
The evidence oflered was strong against Isaac,
and he was committed for trial before the next
term of the Court of General Sessions.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-Between 1 and 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon, a mule and cart
belonging to Mr. J. H. Devereux was passing
through Romney street across the track of i he
South Carolina Railroad, when a, train of cara
came speedily down the track. Before the team
could clear the track lt was struck by the engine, 1
and the driver pitched some distance on one side.
The cart was turned over and dragged a little
way by the engine, while the mule was quietly
unhitched by the turning over of the cart, and
looked on pleasantly, being entirely unhurt. The
driver also escaped without lr jury, the cart only
THE ACGCSTA POWDER WORKS.-On Thurs?
day, the property known as the old Powder* Mills,
on th ' Augusta canal, a short d stance from that
city, was Boll by the United States Government.
It consisted of two tracts, one of thirty-eight
acres on the right, and the other of ninety-three
acres on the left bank of the canal. On the larger
trac: are two houses, one of them a large and
substantial magazine, used by the government for
' storing powder, and containing some thirty-five
thousand pounds at the lime or sale. Notwith
s anding some objection on the part or Mr. Coles,
who claimed to have purchased lt already, for
twenty five dollars per acre, the smaller tract
was put up and finally knocked down to the City
of Augusta for twenty-eight hundred dollars.
The ci'y also purchased : he large tract for seven
thousand five hundred dollars. The object of
the city In purchasing is said to be the rem oval
to this place ol the powder magazine from ?ts
present situation within the corporate limits, and
In dangerous proximity to several valuable mills
Hotel Arrivals-October -40.
G. W. M. Williams, Midway, 3. C ; Charles
Newbonse, Columbia, S.e.; Mrs. McGuire, New
York; T. F. Bunch, City.
D. E. Jordon, South Carolina; C. B. Brown,
New York; Frank W. Perry, New York; Moses
Kavanagh, New York; Hamsun Reed, Florida;
0. H. P. Goodie and wire. Mis*.; F. M. Behrgcs,
MissS. M. Whitney and wire, Augu ta, Ga. ; Mr*. B.
Whitney, Augusta, Ga.; Miss AnnaD. Ludlow,
Os weg O, N. Y.; M. F. Cbastanet, Savannah, Ga.;
Henry bilroy, Phlla.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular meeting ol the Board of Fire
masters, held at the hall of the Charleston Hook
and Ladder Company, No. 2. on the isth Instant,
the following preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Again is this board called upon to record the
demise of an esteemed member. The Angel of
Death, in recruiting his forces, has added an -titer
victim to the army of souls who have gone to
their final resting place. We mourn the loss of A.
B. Jarvis, foreman of Hook and Ladder Company,
No. L As a board wc have been deprived of his
aid and advice. In our intercourse with him we
could not fail to notice that kindness of manner
which beamed from his countenance. Taken
away from his sphere or usefulness In tho vigor of
minhood, we cannot refrain from expressing our
heart.'elt sympathies, and regret his untimely
death. Therefore, be lt
Resowed, That the Board of Firemasters deeply
regret the death of A. B. Jarvis, and that we ten?
der to his bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy,
and with them feel ihe void that has been made
by his death.
Resolved, That this be recorded upon the jour?
nal of this board, and that a blank page be in?
scribed io bia memory.
Result ed. Tba* a copy or these proceedings l e
sent to his bereax jd family, and to the company
or which he WHS foreman.
Resolved, That the Sdiue be published In the
daily papers . f the city.
From thc- Minutes. B. M. STROBEL,
Clerk Board of Firemasters.
B U SI N'ES S NOTICES.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT Cox
certs, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, chadwick,
Gary A Co .-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent for this
splendid and attractive scheme, ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. i dward M. More?
land, No. 29 Broad street.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to rurnlsh good envelopes with
bu ines* cards printed heieon. at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have hts card prlu'od on lils
FOB A STYLISH AND ELEGANT HAT, at popu?
lar prices, go to PLUNGE'S,
oct2l-l No. 201 King street.
A WORD TO BUYERS.-At No. 248 King Btreet,
near tbe bend, the ladles and other purchasers
will Sad as complete a stock cf dry goods aa can
be seen in the city, lately arrived for the fall trade,
and ju?t opened by Messrs. Louis Cohen A Co.
They have a handsome stock or fresh French kid
gloves, or the most popular make and or every
el".a ?e and color. Their varieties or dress goods,
silks, sashes and velvets will impress upon the re
male mind that there is something yet left to live
for, and the cloaks, shawls and cloths and blan?
kets are something worth looking at. A call will
satisfy the most skept leal.
BILL HEADS printed on ?ne paper at (3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Offlce.
WILSONS'.-See Wilsons' advertisement.
Something that concerns you and every economl
c tl housekeeper Li lu lr. Look for it. oe 19 ths2
KEW FRENCH KID GLOVES.-Just received a
large assortment of Ph. CourvoiBler'B French Kid
Gloves, which are offered for sale at
MELCHER3 A MULLER'S,
octl4-stut'.4 No. 217 King Btreet.
PARTIES in want of doors, sashes, blinds,
moulding-, stair newels and balusters, will con?
sult their own Interests by calllrg on or writing
to Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne street, where
they will Hud the strongest and cheapest stock in
the Southern States. A specialty made of French
and American window glass. auglS-thstu
MARE YOUR CLOTHING !-Ordef your Stencil
Plates at the Dasei street Bazaar. ocii4-s
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of |
India. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
apr20-s And No. 161 King street
I DESIRE to iniorm the people ol 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 Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come all, and let me serve you to a No. 1 Machine.
J. L. LUNSFORD.
AND WINTER CLOTHING, '
FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS',
C0NSI8TIK9 OF :
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS.
And a large assortment of USE CLOTH WALK?
ING COATS, or all Colors, Black Single and
Double Breasted ttocK Coats, Star Shirts, Under?
wear Good?, ?c., English and Domestic Half
nose. Alexandre');, Imperial, and Courvefsler's
Kid, Silk, Thread, Buckskin, Dogskin, Ca&ilmere
and Cloth Glove*), Linen and Paper Collars, Neck?
ties, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenden, Um?
brellas, Ac, or he latest style.
Add a very large and fine selected stock or
BROADCLOTHS. Doeskin, Beaver, Tricot, Diago?
nal COATING AND CASSIUEKES.
And a very handsome variety'or the latest style
TA NTS AND YEST PATTERNS.
Which we oller to Bell by piece, yard or pattern,
or make ap into Garments, by measure, in the
latest style, and at the ?hortest notice.
Silk and Alpaca Umbrellas-the largest assort?
Oar stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and prices marked very low, In plain fig?
ures. Being confident tbat we can offer induce?
ments unequalled by any other bouse, we solicit
buyers in our line to give ns a call beror? pur?
chasing elsewhere. All orders will receive our
prompt'and very careful attention.
The TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls under the
supervision or Mr. WINTERER, who bas already
proved hlmseir a first class Cutter; and the public
will bear In mind tbat our Clothing nas been
manufactured by ourselves during the dull sum?
mer months, aod can therefore recommend lt
as regatd* fit, wear and workmanship, and prices
exceedingly low to ault the times.
MENKE A MULLER,
Na 325 King street,
octI9_Opposite Society street.
NO. 141 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully inform bis friends that he
has just returned rrom New York with a large
and well-selected stock of the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment or
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Including the Celebrated
ENNEDY ?fc GREGORY,
NO. 186 KINO STREET,
OPPOSITE D. H. SILCOX'S WAREHOUSE,
Having this day entered into copartnership In
the abeve Business, would respei nully solicit
rrom their friends a share or their patronage.
They pledge themselves that their Cutting and
Manufacture shall be done lu the la'eat etyle, and
in a manner to give satisfaction to their patrons,
and at moderate prices.
J. T. KENNEDY.F. M. GREGORY.
8t]irts ant) i armsnmg (?ooat.
A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO (SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together with an uneq:alled supply of the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS IN GENERAL,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE MARKET STREET.
?tatetjes, J cocir n, Ut.
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 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 made to our own order.
our stock or these Watches is now the largest,
and our prices, all things considered, are the low?
est in the city.
BALL, BLACK & CO.,
JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
Nos. 600 and 567 Broa.'wav, New York.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the PoBtofflca
at Charleston, for the week ending October 20,
1871, and printed officially In THE DAILY NEWS,
as the newspaper haring the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
43- Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised.?
49* Office hours from s A. M. to c~2 p. M. On
Sundays, from &K to P. M.
STANLEY O. TROTT. Postmaster.
Aiken, Lila |Creen, Su=an Porcher, Laura
Aiken, Betsy Green, Jane B E
Alston, liarla Oreen, Oester Pusshal, Hora
Anderson, Min- Haberntcht, P Pvoss, Sarah
nie I Haley. Mrs Reeves, Ella F
Barlow, Mrs J Halsall, A E Reed, s H
Barnetr, Mrs Hara, Misa Ida Rentens, Matta
Barnwell, Eliza- Hamilton, Arch- Richardson, Sal
beth M er ly S
Beaban, Agnes Hamilton, Miss j Richardson, Dey
j Rowena Richardson,
Bennett, Brig- Hammond,Rosa Sharlote
get Harieston, E L Riley, Bridget
Bird, Mary F Harrison, Ca- Rivers, G w
Black, Catherin therine Roberts, Leano
Blikly, Sally J Hardin, Martha ra
Bonneau. Flo- HannUs, J Roberts, Mary
renee M Harrison, Lu H
Bo.man, Mary siro Robert?, Lydia
Brittle, Jane A Harrison, Susan Sasportas, Mar
Brady, Mary P Harrell, Lavl tha
Bridge, Nelly nla Scanlin, Es-'
Brown, Rachel Hazzel. Yalna telle
Bull, Julia C Herring. Betty Schnell, Sophia
Burchfield, Eil- Utnderson, Re-?Scott,Adda
za becca S .ott.F.'ora Ann
B?rge?, Mary Ueyard, Char- ?Seabrook, Belle
Banker, Marv c lotte Seckendorff, M
Butland, Mabel?Holway, M ?Shanklln, Mary
Caldwell, Mary ; Home9. Maggie Singleton, Nan
Cabin, Annie Howard, Tiluia cy
Caraigham, Ma- ivanovlich, Le- Sinkler, Char
ry J I nora lotte
CnrnnjrMaggle.Jiuker, Allie Smith, Ann M
Campbell, Muna, Jones, Dlannah Smith, A
Cummer, Emily ,Jon?s, Sarah ?Smith, Amelia
J Jones, Mary sparks, >e;t
Camplin, N Jost, Sarah F ?Strain, M E
Carroll, Della E Keckley.MraDr Stratton, Ida E
Calvltte, Fran- iKeener, Mary stratton, Ida
ces Ki pp, M M Eugenia
Cassidy, Lise Krose, Mary Stopplebeln, Jo
Cope ie ville, Ma-Laken, Miss Bephlne
ry J Lawrence, Isa- Taylor, Susan
Cotchett, M J i bell Taylor, Letetla
Cohen, Rosa Ledbetter, M H Thompson, E1I
Conlan, Mrs, No Lesesne, Anna za A
179 St Philip C Thompson,Julia
Btreet, Livingston, El riddeman, Ma
Crosby, S len ry
Comings, Mar- Loyd, Sa'laa Toomers, M E
garet Lnekes. Margret Toy, M J
Dawson, Miss C Lnzle, 238 King Trout, Emily
DaCostler, Ell- street. Truesdale,
zabeth Magrath, Mary .Vavevloue, Eva
Desverney, So- F I V
piiia E Mahony, C IWUklnshan, M
Devlneau, Emile Mack. Betty D
Dodds. Bridget Magrah, Hesale Wallace, Susan
Drayton, Myhah Mazon, Margrit Washington,
Draton, Sarah Marzyck, Mary Tamar
DuPre, M E Meacher, Caro- Washington,
Bason, Cordelia Une Mary
E Merkhardt, Cal Wa-eon, Linda
Edwards, R B hanna watson, Cha:I.J:
Edwards, Caro- Mick, Elizabeth | Welsh, Ellen E
o'ine Mlckell, Marla J W, st, Susi*
Farrars, Per- Miles, Annie ?Webster, Sa
mella J Mitchell, Caro- rah
Fogarty, Jolla line White. Perslller
Forrlst, Mary M ses, HA White,Elizabeth
Fuller, Dlanah Montgomery, A E
G&dnar,Blnnah Myers, Eliza Wilkinson, Lon
Gadsden, Aon J Myers, J D Williams,Georg
Garton,Marga- Norton, Emen- anna
ret Ita Williams, Anna
Geraghty, Brid Oaks, Hartott Williams, Hager
get O'Brien, Magy Williams, Dian
Gerlty, Kate Oklandt, A M nah
Gerandeanz, Parker, Saly Williams, Clptll
Rowena Parker, cathe- da .
Glover, Eliza- rln Ann Witz, Lydia
beth Parsons, E E Wood, Cathe
Gordon, Sallie K Payne, Eliza A rlne A
Grant, Grace Pointe!, Emily Woodruff, Belle
Adams, Jno A Gordon, J B McQueen. C E
Agnew, Thomas Graham, Louis McNeal, Wm M>
Arnold, Felix Y Green, James Maher, william
Anett, Louis Green, James F Nathans, Orlan
Beckett, George Green, Jno do D
Behrmaron, Guy, Wm J Nelson, Peter
Fritz Guy, Theo B Norwood, G A
Blake, J T Hall, JW Odom, Sam
Bornemao, F H Hamilton. Wade Charron, James
Brevarde, H T Harvey, Charles oliver, Henry
Bremer, EH T Oldenbottle.J W
Bremer, i bar?es Hastedt, H OD elle, Jno
F B Haavey, David Parker, Charles
Bradley, Ben Hammond, Dr W
Bright, Joseph A L Petit, N F, Jr,
H Berney, Jno Perrin, E
Bredemann, Hern?ndez, Ver i Perrin, Edward
Wm nando ?Pl vus. Joly
Braun, 8 Henderson. T ; Porches, Wm
Brown, Ellas Btelc?. li H Polite, James S
Brown, Simon Holmes, E F ?Prluce, M
Brown, M E Howard, Rich-1 Pringle, Samuel
Brooks, M ard Prior, E D
Bjrtrlx, Ed- Hutchinson, Pringle, Free
ward Richard mao Allen
Cabbltt, Jno M Jacobs, Ann W Redman, Chas
Carnie:, Jacob 'Jacobs, Her- Heed, Benjamin
Cnlaghan, B ? mann Bight, Isreal
Chausen.AD Jones, Charles,Roberson, Ben
Clark. Thomp- H ?Robertson, Hen
eon Jones, D S ry
Clark A Co, Jno'Johnson, Uriah iRushen, Ed
M Joline.n, S Z ward
Cole, Wm Johnson, JohL .Rumley, Robert
Cole, Thoa M | Zake Sawyer, Jno
Cohen, CN Johnson, R Scholler, Henry
Conly, Bern- Jordan, Fritz '-mun, James
hard Judge, Frede-?Scott, J J
Connelly. Joe rick Schulze, Johann
Cooper, Wm Kereson, Frank Wm
Compton, J D Kealy, James Seraken, Hen'y
Cranston, Har- King, Dr George shokea. G M
aid Knight, Thomas Sics, David
Cartis, E Koli 1 man, D Singleton, Jno S
Callen, Thomas Lardlun, Jno Slabicb, Glov.n
Davis, Jno Lawrence, Rev ol
Dean, Samuel E "lattery, Joo
Dean. James Laslvance, Marl- Smalls, Monday
Dingle, George brain 'Smith, Peten
Douglass, ?Levi, M Snipes, Alexan
Joshua F iLlnslbrlnk, J H der
Dock, Jno ?Love A Co. W D Tatlm, Samuel
Dolen, W M Ludlow. Wm W
Drapp, Adolph Marshall A Terrey, Andrew
Duun, Michael McMillan Toomer, Eu
Doner, William ?Martin, Wm M gene C
F Mathews, Jo- Toughey, Robt
De Hone, Wm seph Toughey, James
Khrhch, M -Micke!!, Michael M
Eichmann A E Touhey, J M
Meier Milligan. Chas Vanderhorst,
Entleman, F Miller, Collings James
Evans. William Morillo, R L Volmer, C
Pinn, Parrlck Morrison, WU- Wheeler, Jno
Fishburne. H F i met Chrhto Wilcoson. Paul
Fischer, Frtde-! plier willis, JnoT
rick .Murray, Joseph [Witherspoon,
Fisher, W ,Miirphy, Joseph| Richard
Flemming, F iWohlken, H
R chard ?Myress, P E IWohlers, Jno C
Flmn, solomon i McCorma k, iWarren, JnoB
Frazar, William i Wm ?Wright, Charles
Garken, Ed- M' Donald, Webb, Phillp
ward Thomas ? O
Gibby, cain C McIntyre, An- Zelgler, M
Glover, Robt J : drew I.
9S" Persons depositing letters in the Postoffice
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will alsn
please to remember that without the stamp a le'
ter cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead
Q C. PLENGE,
HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLAS.
Chil tren'* Hats a Specialty.
Nc. 201 KING STREET.
Just opened and will have always on hand an
assortment of the above articles. Also, Gentle?
men's NECK TIES, SCARFS, WALKING CANES,
Ac. His Meads are re-pectfully iuvlted to call
aod examlue for themselves. oc;l4-imo
JJ I L B E R S
No. 2S4 KING STREET.
The Proprietress takes pleasure In announcing
her return to the city, and that after a complete
renovation of the establishment, she is prepared
to accommodate patrons. Attentive and respect?
ful servants a specialty.
octl'-lmo_ MRS. B. H1LBERS.
BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
wm reopen under new maaagement, August 22
for the reception of guests.
The spacious building ha3 been thoroughly reno?
vated and newly furnished throughout.
The proprietors have made every exertlou to
adapt lt to the comfort and convenience of Its
patrons, and have spared neither pains nor ex?
pense to secure that end.
TWEED A OAKFIELD,
Book anb Job Printing.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS
No. 149 EA8T BAY,
IS PREPARED TO HRS OUT
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IN THE
MOST SATI8FAOTORY STYLE,
UPON BRIEF NOTICE, AT
THE LOWEST RATES.
OUR OFFICE, IN ALL ITS DEPART?
MENTS, 13 ONE OF
THE MOST COMPLETE IN THE SOUTH
IS GIVEN TO
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
GIVE US A TRIAL !
WM. KNABE & CO.,
CR AND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
The9e Instruments have been before the public
for nearly thirty j ears, and upon their excel?
lence alone attained an un purchased pre-emi?
nence, which pronounces them unequalled In
#?-All our SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im?
proved OVERSTRUNG SCALE and the AGRAFFE
jfcS?We would call especial atttentlon to onr ?ate
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARE ORASDS, round In no other Piano, which
brings'.he Plano nearer perfect ion tl.an hasyei
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEARS.
?*?We are by special arrangement enabled tc
furnish PARLOR ORGANS and MKLODEONS Ol
the most celebrated maners Whoksale aid Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly furnished on application to
WM. It IVA.BE ?fc CO.,
Or any or OUT regular ejtabllshed agencies.
j?OOtS, 5f)0?6, &Z.
Q.ET THE REST1
Boy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
usingonly the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, or all 6izes.
Which dispenses with shoe strinots and elastic,
MADE TU ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
JACOB STEI BER,
may22_No. 41 Broad street.
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES
Claimed to be the Best,
Acknowledged to be the Bett,'
ProTed to be tbe Best.
THEY ARE THE
WILL NOT RIP.
Rapidly superseding Sewed and Pegged Work.
The Patent Stamp is on all.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.
A single trial will make good all these claims.
JJE BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale bj DB, H. BAER.
SO. 248 KING STREE
BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE
A COMPLETE STOC
REST FRENCH KID GLOVE
IN ALL COLORS AND SHADES.
LARGE VARIETIES OF
. AND SHAWL!
Te which they respectfully direct the attentl
or the public.
ea- A Call ls solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & co.;
No. 248 King street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND HARKET STREETS
TV O H. 344 A. TV JD 437
BEG TO ANNOUNCEJ
THAT THEY ABE NOW OPENKG
NEW DRESS q^ODg
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
INEW|AND LATEST STYLES OF
A FULL LI.V? OF
ALL KINDS OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, RUG!
AND MATTING, (A SPECIALTY.)
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED
ja! y 27_
SINGER SE WINI
NO. 197 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C
Our "New Family" Machine is simple in con
Btrnctlon, adjusted In a moment for any kind o
work, and will sew lrom the finest Swiss MUBIU
to the heaviest Beaver Cloth or Leather, doing t
greater range of work than any other Machine
made. Cur Manufacturing. MACHINES for Tail
ors and Shoemakers are the best In the world.
Call and examine before purchasing.
Sold on easy terms at State Agency,
No. 197 KING STREET.
J. CLARK BEDELL.
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent for Sooth Caro
lina, Georgia and Florida. Bepl9-thBta3mo8
?HEAP ! "CHEAP ! CHEAP !
BOOTS, SHOES, THUNK 8, AO.
Now opening at No. i3i MEETING STREET a
large and well assorted Stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Ac,
all fresh goods direct from the Manufactures,
which will be
SOLD VERY LOW.
All goo03 guaranteed as represented.
CALL AND SEE.
T. S. NIP30N,
NO. 131 MEETING STRI HT.
&nrtion Salt*-fwtne Oogi.
BY W. McKAY.
POSITIVE SALE OF DRY GOODS.
On MONDAT, 23d October, at 10 o'clock*
will be sold, at No. 140 Meeting Btreet,
loo pea. of Broad, Beaver and Melton CLOTHS,
Satinets, Casslmeres, Plaids, Black am Colored!
Alpacas, Madder Prints, Canton Piannei.Baalnes?
Coats, Shina and Drawers, 600 dozen Cotton, Me?
rino and Woollen Hose and Half-Hose. Als?, an
assortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Jewelry,
Terms cash, or 30 days for approved city accept?
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF THE
,,n ADM1SI3TRATOR-HOUSEHOLD AND
Will be sold on MOSDAY. the 234 inst., at No. 9
Washington street, at io o'clock.
The HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURES
consisting in pan of Chairs, Borea a. Beds andi
Bedding, Centre and Dining Tables, Crockery an*
One set GREEN REP FURNITURE, Shade?.
Cooking Stove, Ac.
Terms cash, and every article to be removed on
day of sale._p?t21
Bj HOLMES AND MACBETH,
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY next, October
2ot n, at Sales-room, in the rear of our office, No?
31 Broad street, at half-past io o'clock,
The following lots of JEWELRY, Palntlnge,
Furniture, Books, Ac. Ac:
One Fine JCRQENSEN WATCH, CHAIN AND
One Set Diamond Studs
Snndry Sets Sleeve Battons, Studs, Pins, Ac.
Three very Fine Meerschaum Pipes and Cigar*
Lot Sliver Plated Spoons and Forks
One Diamond Pin
Bedsteads, Chairs, Bureaus and sundry other
pieces of Furniture
A large lot of Chromos and Paintings
A lot of Miscellaneous Books
Office Desk and Stool
One Letter Press
And a let of other articles too numerous to
Terms cash. Articles to be removed on day of
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND)
CHAKLKSTON, 8. 0., October 21,1871.
AU RESTRICTIONS aga'nst the transmission
Of FREIGHT having been REMOVED by the City
authorities of savannah, Express ana eil ether
Freight will be forwarded daUy, without delay.
Leave Charleston.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.6.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah. 8 oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.04 p. M?
Freights to Florida received and through bul?
issued thereto. Freight for Boston forwarded on
through bills to destination, Connecting weekly at
savannah with direct Une of first-class steam?
ships from that point, and at as low rate? aa any
other line. 0. * GADSDEN,
Engineer and Bnpertotenfleafc.
S. C. BOYLSTON, G* F. A T. Agent. Ogg]
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
CHARLESTON, S. 0., October 6,1871.
The GEORGIA STATE FAIR opens .at MaooB~
on 23d Ostober, and will continue eight days
All articles shipped for exhibition wlU be re?
turned FREE npoo certificate of the Secretory of
the state Fair Association (hat the Gooda or Ani?
mals have actually been on exhibition. .
Foll Fare for visitors and Exhibitors grtiajfc,
and to return "free." C. & GADSDEN,
General superintendent and Engin'?eT.
S. C. BOYLSTON, G. F.andT. Agent. QCfT-ifl
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, 8,0., February ll, 1871.
Trains wm leave Charleston Dally at et? A M. ,
and o P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:80 A. M. (Mondays ?7 ft
cepted) and 2:80 P. M. .
Train doea not leave Charleston 6 P. M., BC jp
Train leaving 630 A M. makes through con
tien to New York, vi? Richmond and Ac am*
Creek only, going through in 40 hoar?.
Passengers leaving by 0 P. M. TT^ J^9.
choice or route, via Richmond and vaeUtetoa,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. 'lhasa leaving .
FsiDATbythla Train lay over on SOTOat in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATUXJJAT rema u So?. '
PAT In Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and mon pleasant "
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and elfter point*
West and Northwest, both Trains making can>
nectiona at Washington with Western traimr
of Baltimore ?nd ohio Railroad.
& S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer end Superintendent;
P. L. 6LXAP0B, General Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD?
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jpne a, 1871.
On and after SUNDAY, June ii, the Pasten?
ger Traine on the Sonin Ca roana Railroad witt
run aa foUewa:
fOB AUG COTA.
L >ave Charleston.,._~... 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.ASS P. M.
Llave Charleston. 8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.40 P. M.
Liave Augusta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.ABO P. M.
L ?ave Columbia.7.40 A. M.
A drive at Charleston.8.20 P. M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Angosta.AM A. M.
Arrive at KlngvU'e.0.06 A. M,
Leave Ringville.1.46P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.7.46 P. *L
ACOCOTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Lia ve Charleston.AMP. UV
Arrive at Augusta.7.06 A M.
L :ave Augusta. coo P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?? 6.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT HXPKB??.
L lave Charleston.7.10 P. w.
Arrive at Columbia.?... 6.MA.M.
L i?ve Columbia._.7.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.c.? A. M.
I SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
L?a7c Charleston.2.46 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..410 P. M.
Lia vc Summerville..7.M AV.
A-rive at Charleston.8.16 A. M.
Leave Camden.~.coo A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.......10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 1.26 P.UV
Arrive at camden..e.oo p. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connection?
a'. Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connecta with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greenville'
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connecta at Ringville daUy (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rons through to Columbia and retorna on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, G. T. A _lani?
A FULL ASSORTMENT Just received by
DB, H. BAER,
jflljl _No 131 Meeting street
QUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER*
B anufactured and for sale by
Dr. EL BAER.
oe* _isl Meeting street
Just received a foll assortment of HOMEOPA?
THIC MEDICINES: Tinctures, Pellets and Pow?
ders, of different potencies.
Sugar of Milk and Globules, at wholesale.
Family cases Hued at reasonable rates, br
DR. H. BAER;
mavl6 No. 181 Meeting street;
R. BAER ' S
VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILLS
will remedy BILIOUS DISORDERS and
LIVER COMPLAINT-wUl cure Dyspepsia or
indigestion, Headache, costiveness, Loss of.
appetite, and have proved of ?eat use to Nen-'
ralgia, Dropsy, Dysentery, Pile?, Pains to the Side;
Back and Limbs. They wul care Sick Hesdiun?
and aU Derangements or the Stomach. These
P .'.Econtaln no Mercury, and may beittJsralin?
pt. feet Baietyby any?ersons, and to au sitna*
lions or Ufe. , _ ._
No family should be without them.
Manufactured by . K-niKSiU
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, .
"u Charleston, S. a
Price per box 26 cent?. Usual discount to Ot
trade. r ? ?