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THE REIGN OF TERROR.
A NORTHERN VIEW OF THE CONDI?
TION OF SOUTH. CAROLINA.
Jo .Necessity for the Ku-Klux Proclama?
tion-The Real Facts In the Case.
The New York Harald has a dispatch from
Newberry, S. C., dated the 23th instant, from
a special corre.-pondect. who says:
The proclamation suspending the writ of
habeas corpus in nine counties of this State
has been a grave, thoug'- I trust, not tdtal
blunder. Since ray arriva, .n South Carolina
I have been engaged energetically in coming
to a just conclusion of the real condition of
affairs, and I am compelled to report that
nothing has occurred which Justifies the grave
ntep taken by the President. In this county,
Newberry, the people seem more stupefied
than Indignant, and yet it is easy to see that
behind lheir stupefaction there is a
FEELING OF EXASPERATION
which may exhibit itself if the arbitrary meas?
ures instituted in Union, Spartanburg and
other counties are carried out in this. That
that there have been troubles in this sec?
tion of the State ls unquestionably true, but 7
am Inclined to believe that they have been
more of a social than of a political character.
Upon the Incompetency and dishonesty of the
State officials must be charged many of the
alleged outrages perpetrated by the Ku-Klux.
It is R fact that in this county there have been
more while men murdered by negroes since
the war ended than negroes by white men,
and yet only in the cases of Lemuel Lane and
Samuel Dunwoody has ever partial punishment
been indicted upon the murderers. I am as?
sured by some of the most prominent citizens
here that where a negro criminal belonged to
the Union League it was almost impossible to
convict, and, although this is denied by Radi?
cals, the evidence of the acquittal of the most.
NOTORIOUS NEGRO SCOUNDRELS
in the South by prejudiced negro Juries stands
on the records ot the courts for the examina?
tion ol all. It ia easy to see what made the
Ku-Klux possible, when it is known that mur?
ders, outrage." upon women, barn and house
burning have '.teen of common occurrence,
while but few ol the perpetrators have been
8unisheil- and yet !t Is admitted by the itepub
can uif. uils here that there ls no opposition
to theeiforcement of the laws. I asked the
~Z military commandant of this place If any case
had cotte to his knowledge of the United
States marshal being resisted, and he replied
in the negative. I further Inquired if mere
was any organization, secret or otherwise, in
the cornily inimical to the government, and
he admitted that he knew ol none. The Radi?
cal county auditor, who told me that there
had been a great many disturbances, con?
fesse l that he could not give me the par
ticu'ars of anv single one which has occurred
since November last, and he also admit?
ted that there was no opposition to the en?
forcement ot the laws of the State. I have
V COL versed with persons of all parties, whites
and blacks, and I cannot discover any evidence
that the slightest resistance has ever been
made to the State or Federal officials. This ls
the truth-the solemn, honest truth. A great
deal is said by the Radicals about what the
whites would like to do, but ot actual overt
acts they cannot give particulars. Every ren
-contre betreen a negro and a white man.
growing out of personal quarrels, is magnified
into a Ku-Klux case. Thus far but one arrest
?cr Ku-Kluxlsm has been made in the county,
and that was made before the proclamation
.ot the President, on the ex part? statement ol
a negro. The accused surrendered without
resisting the marshal, and protests his Inno
- cence. In the upper counties of Spartanburg
Chester, Union and York, a
PERFECT REIGN OF TERROR
exists. Bands of soldiers traverse the country
after dark, taking persons from their beds at
midnight and hurrying them to Jail withou.
explaining the canse of their arrest. Nearly
three hundred men have been already arrest?
ed in this way. The military authorities, act
lingi it is said, under the instructions of Aker
man, who ls at Yorkvllle, refuse to permit
relatives or lawyers to see the prisoners.
Among those arrested are some ot the most
prominent citizens ot the counties named,
some of them old men, incapable of acting the
Kart alleged against them. Hundreds ot faml
es are moving into Georgia and North Caro?
lina. Business houses have been closed, plan
. tarions abandoned, and a general gloom pre?
vails everywhere. To ada to the desperation
of the whites, the Radicals have begun pro?
mulgating falsehoods. The reports ol cotis?
ions between the Ku-Klux and United Sutes
soldiers are positively untrue, as no band of
.armed men has yet been met with anywhere.
How much longer I can say this, .^wever, ls
difficult to predict, as all accounts agree in
rrepTf sen ting the feelings in the upper coun?
ties as being very Intense. The worst feature
ot the whole affair lathe fact that any ne.'ro
can have as many white men arrested as he
desires by simply swearing that he saw them
with the Ku-Klux, and thus Innocent men are
likely to be, If they have not already been, In?
carcerated In prison. It ls unquestionably
A KU-KLUX ORGANIZATION EXISTS
in upper Sou'u Carolina, but lt ?8 simply a
vigilance committee, and in nearly every case
brought to my notice its victim had been
guilty of violation of law which the State au?
thorities had not punished. I regret to say
that martial law ls more likely to Increase
than to ?essen Its numbers. A systeui bf de
crrroeiation simitar to that of the first French
'revolution is in vogue, and no man, however
Innocent, is safe from arrest. The door bas
.been opened to the
WREAK INO OF PRIVATE VENGEANCE
by means of perjury, and this accounts for the
-extraordinary exodus taking place. President
-Grant has been most shamefully deceived re?
garding affairs her?. I repeat that in not a
single county has there ever been any opposi?
tion to the enforcement of the laws, i<or can I
find a single person who can mention e single
Instance of such opposition. The belief ls
prevalent that the proclamation of martial law
has been procured by frauds and misrepre?
sentation to President Grant on the part ol the
carpet-baggers and scalawags, because ot t lie
general belief that without military Interfer?
ence the Democrats will carry the State at the
WHAT THE STATE PAPERS SAY.
The Conduct of the Soldiers.
The Union Times says it did Injustice to the ;
soldiers who were accused of stealing at the
bouse of Captain Lyle. The truth is, they paid
for, or are ready to pay for, all they had, and
did nothing discourteous.
A Good Bio ve.
The Union Times says: "We learn there is a
movement on foot In Columbia to raise a fund
for the purpose of employ! ng themo3t eminent
legal counsel in the country to defend those
?:rsons arrested in this State under the Ku?
lti* law. We most heartily endorse the
movement. Nearly every one of our best
Southern lawyers are suspected by the Federal
and Slate governments of either belonging to
the mystic band or so strongly sympathizing
with lt that their efforts befare the court are
almost powerless. We are confident that every
good citizen in every county in the State will
endorse the move and contribute to the fund.
Keep the ball moving. All we ask ls a lair
trial, and, as American citizens, we demand
"hat, and nothing more."
Pandemonium in York.
The following letter will give some idea of
the frightful condition of the people of York:
YORKVILLB, S. C., October 23.
We are having dreadful times up here.
There are now lodge?" in jail hen*, from all
paris of the district, above seventy men in
??ose confinement- u-n in a cell Some of the
prisoners are negroes, and, for the greater hu?
miliation of our men, they are put in cells
will, them. All ages are represented, iroin
the bt-iirdless youth ot sixteen to the hoary
headed, and many ol" theui have not tile
slightest suspicion "of the accusation against
them, except the general one of being Ku
Klux, or for aiding them. There is rexsou to
believe that witnesses have been bribed by
Merrill, ihe commandant of the nost Itere.
And a mau ti.at would curse a defenceless
prisoner, entirely In his power, as he does
some ul i hese, can do anything mean. Bat few
.men ?>f the lowu have as yet been
?srapted. but they say they haven't com
derrteti here yet? As innoceuce ts n >
troted iou against arrest, the object
jf tho ??overnment beimr to persecute, a nam
?er of go ii people have left the country. A
few we.-ns a ?rentleman accused ot bein:;
% Ku Klux fold Merrill if he could have a luir
.tri?, >.?- MMitil stand lils chance; but he could
.pot suomlt to be tried by a pucked negro jury.
This gSlitleBiau lias ?oue away, nod I hope Ls
safe. Mio.? ly rou ny makes our hearts burn
with indignation one minute ?int die next
ache at the though! of our utie'- powerlessness
ia th-* hands ul our oppressors. Unless the
L^r-l hel|W US, Ieee no hope (d deliverance.
Just nuuk of these poor men, upon uare sus
picton, crowded in loathsome cells, not know?
ing how many days or months they must stay
there; and when they are taken out, to be
witnessed against by any lying negro, bribed
with Yankee money, and incited by Yankee
hate, and then to be sentenced to five years in
a penitentiary by a negro jury and a Radical
judg? ! "Surely waters ot' a bitter cup are
now running out to us!"
Making Arrest-, in Union.
The Union Times says : "On Monday last a
number ot deputy United States mar?
shals, with a squad of soldiers, at rived at this
place and arrested Mr. John Bodger, his
youngest son, Lewis, Captain F. M. Farr, Jef?
ferson Greer and William Steen, white, with
John Dawkins and Albert Martin, colored. All
ot the prisoners except Martin were taken to
Columbia the next day. We feel periectly sat?
isfied that these gentlemen will come out of
this ordeal without stain or blemish upon their
character. They are the last men, in our
opinion, who would Injure any one, or commit
a crime against Ute peace or laws of the
"As the town council, at the request of the
people, have summoned a number o? citizens
belore Hiern to give testimony, under oath, of
the disgraceful conduct of certain parties du?
ring that day and night, and have sent the un?
varnished details forward to the proper au?
thorities, we refrain from making any remarks
upon lt. 'The truth, the whole truth, and
nothing but the truth,' is oad enough, without
comment from us."
In regard to these prisoners, the Columbia
Union of Saturday Bays: "William Steen.John
Rodger, Davis Rodger, F. M. Farr, T. J. Grier
and John Dawkins, ot Union County, the last
named person being colored; all charged with
conspiracy and rn?ird<?r. and arrested under
the enforcement act, were yesterday brought
bet?re United States Commissioner Boozer,
.who remanded them to jail to await trail, on
motion of the government's prosecuting offi?
cer, Mr. Worthington, the motion being made
for the reason ot the absence of material wit?
nesses. The time set for trial is one week
from to-day. Colonel McMaster appeared for
the defendants. The proceedings before the
commissioner occupied but a few minutes."
CANARY ISLES-Per spanish bark Aaa-149.500
fee" lumber, H bbls petroleum, io cases and 20
bbls lard, 2 tierces hams, 10 cases .ear tobacco, 50
NEW YOKE-Per steamship Charleston-"42
bales upland cotton. 56 bags sci Island cotton, 58
t s ric. 41 bales d >mest;cs, 10 ?bis rosin, 50 bbls
flour, 62 pkgs sun-Jrie3.
the Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTOS NEWS, l
SATURDAY EVENING, October 2i, 1871. j
I COTTON.-There was a continued and rather
good demand for this staple, the market exhib?
iting genera'ly steady and in some cases rather
Armer features, prices tending to outside figures
and with an indlrlerence to sci: on the part or
some factors. Sales about TOO bales, viz : 13 at
16.K. 17 at 16,V. 20 at 1674. 72 at 17, 159 at 17},', 65
at 17'4, 83 at 17>i, 82 at 17K, 61 at 1T*?, 76 at 1774.
We quote :
Or.llnary to good ordinary.IS ^17
RICE.-There was a moderate demand for this
grain. Sales 250 tierces of clea a Carolina, say ll
tierces at 574c, 37 at 6K. 57 at?K, 115 at 6,',', 25
on private terms. We quote comtnrn to fair at 6
@6Kc good 6K@7c.
NATAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
FREIGHTS -To Liverpool, by steam direct,
nominal on uplands, nominal on cea Isl?
ands ; via New York, \'d on nplands,
- on sea islands ; by sall, on nplands,
Kd, sea islands nominal. To Havre nom
nominal. Coastwise-to New York by B'eam, Xe
on nplands and lc on sea Islands; $2 ?a 'lerce
an rice; by sall ?ic ?? rb on cotton; - V *;erce
on rice; 40c 1* barrel on rosin; $7@8 ?? M on lum?
ber; $9@io tfi M on tlmbsr. To Boston, by sall,
KC V rb on upland cotton. To Providence, by
tali $8 9 M on boards, Kc ? Ya oa cotton; by
steam $1 t? bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Kc V rb on uplands; by sall, $7
fi M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton on clay,
and $3a$3 50 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
?team Kc ? m by Bail, $6 50@7 fl ll on boards;
$3@3 25 $ tn on phosphate r ck. Vessels are in
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. O, Darlen an i Satina River,
Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 fi M are the rates oh lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20@20 .;.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur?
chasing sight checks at K@K off, and sell at par.
There is no business doing m time bills.
markets by Telegraph.
M 'NEY MARKETS.
NEW TORE, October 28-Noon.-Stocks arrong
and steady. Governments aud State bonds dull
and steady. Gold heavy at nj, 112. Sterling,
long SK; short 9K- Freights firmer.
Evening.-Monev taster at 4a5. Sterling s Ka
SK- O 11 11 Kal'J?'- Governments steady. State
bomis steady. Tennessess 66; new 69. Virginias
69K; new Ci. Louisianas 65; new 56. Levees 61;
tights 75. Alabamas 98; fives 67. Georgias 8?;
sevens 86. North carolinas C6K: new 19K- Sonth
Carolinas 72; new 4i.K. Bank siatemem: Loans
decreased over $2.000,OOO; specie Increased $500,
OOO; legal tenders deceased nearly $iO0,O0J; de
p. sr s decreased nearly $500,000.
NEW UKLSANS, Octooer 28.-Bank sterling 21.
New lork sight Xa,K discount Gold 12K
LIVERPOOL. October 28-Noon.-Cotton opened
.dull; uplands 9K'a9Kd; Orleans9Xd.
Evening.-Cotton closed heavy ; uplands 9?,'d;
Orleans 9Kd; sales 8000 bales; export and specu?
NEW YORK. October 28-Noon.-Cot on dull and
he vy; uplands lSKc, Or.eans l9Kc; sales 1900
bates. Sales or cotton futures on last eve?
ning 7300 bales, as follows: October 18; Novem?
ber lSK'alS 1-16; December 18 5l6al8K: January
189 16al8Kal8 7-16al8K; February 1874a!8 13*16?
lSKalSK ; March iv,ala 3 lCal9Kaiv 1-I6al9 ;
A-.nl 1 7, M'S.ii - V
Evening.-Uott-n-sales 1.911 bales ; uplands
i\K; orleans 19KC. Sales of co: to J, futures to?
day. 11.70J b iles, as fo low.-: October, IS; Novem?
ber 18.17 15-1C 18 IIS, 18K; December, 18 3 16.
1SK. 18 5 16. 1SK; January. 18K-18 7-16. 18?,'. IS
9 16,18K; February, 18 ll 16; March. 19K, 19 116;
April, 19K. 19 5 l?, 19,K.
BOSTON, o:iob2r 28.-Cotton quiet and steady;
middling, 1SK; net rece pta, 65 bales; gross, 1,870;
sales 500; (tock, 6.500.
PHILADELPHIA, October 2S.-Cotton quiet; mid?
BALTIMORE, October 28.-Cotton dull and nomi?
nal; middlings 18K; net receipts 89 bales; gross
357; exports coastwise 67; sales 115; stock 2437.
NORFOLK, October 28.-Cotton du 1; low mid?
dlings l7Kc; net receipts 153 bales; exports,
coastwise 17t?0bales; sales200; stink 9033.
WILMINGTON, October 2S.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings 1774c; net receipts 113 . a es ; exports,
coastwise lt2; sales 17; stuck 33,207.
SAVANNAH, October 28.- Cotton in good de?
rna d: middlings 17>4'ai7Xc; net receipts 2015
bales; salea 1000; stock 3-1,706.
AUGUSTA, Oe beer ?1-cotton quiet and weak
with nominal quotations ofl6K-*16J?c for Liver?
pool ml linings: receipts IMS; sales 715.
MEMPHIS, October 28.-cot t n quiet; middlings
ny cents; receipts 2615 bales.
MOBILE. October 2s.-Citton quiet: middlings
17Ka 1734c; net receipts 2118 bales: exports coast?
wise 537; sales 1CO0; Stock 22.776.
NEW UKI.KA. s, October 28.-Cotton, middlings
18c; net receipts 166 bales; gross 1S?~; exports
to Great Brlalu 2525; coastwise 3S2; sales 3201;
GALVESTON. October28 -Cotton easier; good or
dina y ?6al5Mc; net receipts 1128 bales; sales
1500; s-cck 29,600.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YORK. October 28-Noon.-Flour a shad;
firmer. Wheat held hig 1er and q'iiet. Corn a
shade finner. Pork quiet at $12 75al3. Lani
steady. Turp?n tin steady at 6Sa70c. Rosin firm
at $4 i5 for strained.
Evening.-! lour firmer. Whiskey lower at
94.KC. Wheat lc lower; winter red Western $153
ul 00. Com lc lower ai 7S>?B8O>?C. Klee easier
at 7MS8MC. Pork firmer at $13. Lani, kettle
lO.Ke. Nav il stores steady. Tallow BXaOlf.
BALTIM-.RE, October 28.-Fiour firmer with Im?
proved demand. Wheat firmer. Corn firmer;
white 6Sa72c; yellow 67u72c. Pro Vb lona unchang?
ed Whiskey 95a96e.
NEW ORLEANS, october 28.-Western produce,
grjiu, groceries and provisions uomiually un?
New York Klee Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Thur day, October 2J:
The demanl a lit tie better but only Hom ta- regu?
lar trade, with plenty of stock oilerlug for the
outlet and prices easy, especially un domestic.
.-a.es otb i tierces Carob >a at 7#aS ye. aud 350
bags turelgn at 6MA7KC for Rangoon, and 7a7Xo
tor Pai na.
Prom lie Dally Bulletla, Friday, october 27:
There was not much dolug and Hie demand still
ca ne entirelt n.im the regular trade, buying tor
immediate wauts. Prices no lower but rather
weak throughout Sal.-sor 75 Heroes Carolina at
7v,a8c, ana bags Eist m.?IA at 6Xn7Kc Tor
Rangoou, auU7a7Kc lui- IVitua.
New] York Coffee Market.
From the Dall? Bul etlu, Friday, October 27
COFFEE.-The disposition to operate m Brazils
with greaier caution has been rather increased
to day by the receipt or a later telegram from Rio
Janeiro, and tnough the advices, when clo?ely
sifted, cannot be called exactly unfavorable, there
la a larger aggregate of purchases, and buyers
deena it best to hold oh* for a few days and take a
look tu the situation. We learn of no movement
from first, hands, on the part of holders the feeling
is just about as firm, and in all cases full former
rates are most positively Insisted upon. Other
grades hold their own verv fairly, wl'h the offer?
ings small general!-, and the stocks in llrst hands
showing only S22S bags Maracaibo; S6S9 Costa
Rica, and 1343 Mexican. The Rio advices above
referred to are to October 7, and report from Sep?
tember 26, as iollows: Sales to the United S'ates
97,000 bags; shipments 37,00) bags; loading 77,000
bag?; stock 80,00) bags; price i'l?OO; exchange
2td; daiiy receipts cf coffee 6000 basra. Ordluary
cargoes, 15?4'ai5fair cargoes, lSJial?.u'; good
cargoes, I8>?al6'?; piime cargoes, 17>?ai:>?. -,
New York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, Friday, Octo?
ber 27: The market for spirits turpentine shows
no further change. The demand ls very light and
the stock ls larger. Merer-antable order quoted at
6Sc, with sales of so bbls at that price. Rosins
The market is moderately active for strained at
unchanged price*. There ls a fair Inquiry for
small lots of pale from the home trade at a con?
fident range of prices. Sales are loo bbls No 2 at
$150; 350 bbls pale at $7 25a8. We quote strained
at $415a4 20; No 2. at (4 25a5; No 1 at $5 23a6 75;
paleat$7nS; extra pale at $8 26al0. City pitch
quoted at $4 25. Tar ls higher and somewhat ex?
cite i. The stock here ls small. We quote Wil?
mington at $3 62 sa3 75; a sale ls reported of 50
bbls Washington at $3 3:
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA. October 27.-Cotton sales 53 bales;
UNION, October 27.-96 bales sold during the
week. Market opened on Monday at 17c, closed
to day at 16 30.
ANDERSON, October 25.-The sales of cotton
ror the week ending at noon to day amount to
350 bales. Market Hst and irregular as we go to
prrss. Prices rat ged this morning from 16>i
MONTGOMERY, October 27.-The market ls
quiet; low middlings l6,\?c, offerings small.
SELMA, October 26.-Sales today 350 bales;
middlings 17Kai7Xc. low middlings I7.'?al7??c.
The market opened at outs.de and closed easier at
Receipts per Kallroaii, October -J-.
sorra CAROLIN** RAILROAD.
1S65 bales cDttou. 70 balf3 goods, 73 bbls naval
stores, l car stock. To Railroad Agent, Geo W
Williams A co, AS Smith. Mowry A Son, Pelzcr,
Rodgers A co. Reeder A Davis, W c Courtney A
co, Caldwell A Son. Geo il Walter A co, A J Sali?
na*, Dowling A co, Trenholm A Son, Wiss A co,
Sloan A Seignlous, Frost A.- Adger, L I) OeSaus
sure, Pringle A Son. W C Bee A co, W W Smith.
W B Williams A Son. Claghorn, Herring A co, J
Adger A co, Lesesne A Wells, campsen A co, A B
Mulligan. Smith A Chaoeau, W K Ryan, J N Rob
sou, Wilcox. Gibbs A co, Oraeser A Harmon, O F
Wleters. Tl-deman. Calder A co, Steffens, Werner
A Ducker, Ravenel, Holmes A co.
H NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD.
286 bales upland cotton, 60 bbls naval stores,
cars lumber, tobacco, nails, rough rice, mdse,
Ac. To Frost A Adger, W K Ryan, A J Salinas,
Pringle A son. Wm C Courtney A co. Caldwell A
Son. Geo W Will ams A io, Ravenel A co, Pelzer,
R dgers A co, Reeder A Davis, A S Smith, W U
Dukes 4 co, Barden A Parker. Trenholm A Son,
Kinsman 4 Howell, Steffens. Werner A Ducker,
J E Adger A co, Witte Bros, Wblld- n * Jones, T
P smith, W c B e A co. A Y Magill. S D Stoney. R
H Cleaves. Shackelford A Kelly, Still, Webb A co,
F L Mever, " Paul A co, F W Petper, L E Connor
A Son, Ii Bul winkle, Dowle, Moise A Davis, W J
Wood, I L Fa k A co, P P Benedict A co, Railroad
Agent, and Order.
Per steamship South Carolina, from New York
-Thos Johnson, A R Simmons, D I) Garland. F A
Garland, J W Harrison. Miss E Harrison, Miss M
Harrison, Miss J Harrison, L Currie. J F Paulson,
N F9indelln, Mr Jenkins, W H Andrews, Signor
A Cervet'o and wife Mr Seldon, J B Jewell, Miss
Smith, D J Sullivan, P Grady.
FORT C.ILES DAK.
Last Quarter. 5th, 7 hours. 34 minutes, morriss.
New M jon, XSto. ll hour, 49 minutes, morning.
F.rst quarter. 19th.3 hourn. 27 min?tes, morning,
t ull Moon, 26:ti, 8 hours, 33 minutes, evening.
MOON I HIGH
R. ft S. WATER.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.OCTOBER 30.
Lat 32 deg 46 min 33 sec. | Lon 70deg 67 mm 27 si c
Spanish brig Carlotta, Portuondo, Ponce, P R
9 days. Ballast. To R Mure A co.
sehr Dolphin, -, Darlen, Ga. 2900 bushels
rough rice. To J R Pringle A son.
Sehr Emma, Magrath, Combahee. 1890 bushels
rough rice. To FroBt A Adger.
?scat Margaret Henrietta. -, Edlsto. 13 bags
sea Island cotton. To W M Lawton A Sons, and
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 5 bags and
bales Florida cotton, 90 tales wrecked cotton, -
bbls oranges, a d mdse. To Ravenel A co, O H
Ingraham A Son, W M Lawton A Son*. Plnckt-ey
Bros, Witte Bros, D F Fleming A co, D McPher?
son, J Lutjen A co, J F O'Neill, Fraser A Dill, W B
Williams 4 son, II Klatte A co, Kinsman & How
ell, Paul, Welch A Brande?, Heeder A Davis, Wm
Shepherd A co, CA Langley, J Salvo, Ed Seres, J
Bresnahan, J A f ns ow A co, and others.
Sloop Dorothea, from Pou Pon. 800 bushels of
rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Boat lr- m Christ Church. 3 bags sea Island
cotton. To Kinsman A Howell.
Boat from Wadmalaw. 1 bag sea Island cot?
ton. To Kinsman A Howell.
Boat from Cnrist Church. 5 bags sea Island cot
ton. lo W Gurney.
Boat from James Island. 2 bags sea Island cot
ton. To Fraser A D ll.
Boat from Edlsto. 4 bags sea i land cotton. To
Fraser A Dill. t
Received rrom West Pola: Mill. 23 tierces rice
To J R Pringle A Son.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill. 71 tierces rice,
To G H Ingraham A ton, F D 0 Ki ac kc, and U L
Lil liol m.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 102 tierces rice
To W C Bee A co and" ? F Wleters.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York-left 26th
Inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co. W A Courte
nay, J Apple, J Allai-, J K Adger A co, G W Ali?ar,
C D Ahrens 4 co, Mrs U Armstrong, TM Brlstoll
A co. Wm M Bird 4 co, Mrs M J Booth, E Bates A
co, B Boyd, C ? Brahe, F C Borner, E E Bedford,
Wm C Bee 4 co, C Berbosse, U F Baker A co, Jos
B.ackman, J A blake, J P Bi own, S Brown, But
1er, Chadwick, Gary A co, Cameron, Barkley A co,
C Claclus, L Cohen A co, Crane, B y is'on A co, J
C II Claussen, E Daly, Elna Uros, Mrs M Dunlap,
Dowle, Moise A Davis, Douglas A Miller, J A Ens
low 4 ci. Joiin S Fall ly A co, D F Fleming A co,
S Kass, Forsyihe, McComb 4 io, Furchgott, Ben?
edict A co. C Graveley, Mrs M G illovmy. U Gerdts
A co, Jos Gorham, Misa Haas, P L Gulllemlu, Uart
4 co, Goodrich, Wlneman 4 co. N A Hunt, J U
Hillen, T M Horsey A Bro, ti D Hawley, Cohen,
Hanckei A co, w Uelssenhuttel, Holmes 4 Calder,
Jose Jara, ll H Juhuson. Johnston. Crews A co, C
I Kerrison, Kinsman 4 Howell, Il Klatte 4 C\ J H
Lawton, Kdnck.wickenberg 4 CD, Laurey A Alex?
ander, S L Leveson. A K Lewlth, L Lorentz, G J
Luhn, M Marks, s It Mar-ihall, Jno G Munor A co,
Marshall A burge, i. D Mowry A Son, Murphy A
Little. J F O'Neill, B O'Neill, Ostendorff A co, F L
O'Neill. D O'Neill 4 Son, D Paul 4 co, C V Poppen
heirn, J R Read, G 0 Plenge, Ravenel, Holm, s 4
c >, E Perry, R A Pringle, J E C Richardson, Rior?
dan, Dawson 4 co, Jas Shaw, Steffens. Werner 4
f ucker, G H Walter 4 co, D H Slicox, w u Welch,
E B stoddard A co, A K Stillman, O F Wieters,
Walker, Evans A Cogswell. Wagner A Mooseca,
Stol!, Webb 4 co, K fhomllnson A co, M irlest,
S Tnooison, F von santen. W J Yates, L Wagner,
P Walsh, W L Webb, W Wilson, Geo W Williams
A io, Mrs M J Zernow. A S Wlinngton A co. S C
Railroad co, southern Express co, and others.
Detaiued 14 houis by thick fog off Staten Island.
Sunday, 9 3J A M, met steamship Charleston len
m les east of Frying Pan shoals, bound for New
Steamship Gulf Stream, McCrery. Philadel?
phia-left mill it.st. Mdse To w A Courtenay,
Railroad Agent, BBoyd, Steffens, Werner 4 Duck?
er, J E Acgcr A LO, ll Uischoir A- O J, Gio W WU
.lams A C", Walker, Evans A Cogswell. M Gold
smith A Son, P Walsh. C O Micha- lis, J Cosgiove,
Dowle. Mol^e A Davis. Wm Shepherd A co. Came?
ron, Barkley A co, C P Puppenlielm, J M Greer 4
Son, J Ueeseiuan A Bro, J Hurkamn 4 cn, Eogar
He's Book House, Byrne A Fogarty, P scliuch
mann, Macqueeu A- Blecke, B O'Neill, Mrs Mehr
tens, Blum 4 Miller. C Graveley, J Thomson A co,
Florida Sieauiens Paul, Welch 4 Brandes, Kitas
Bros, w L We b. T M Cater, A Tierenti.al, Uart
4 cn, W Meele, Ka apaux A G.mzalez, A LaDger,
Bultmann Bios, W II > ha.ee A co, A Nimitz, J R
Johnson. G A Locke, Marshall A Burge, J R Smith.
Crane, Boylsiou A co. Bremer A Konuke. !? Cohen
4 co. W M Bird 4 co, J J Buclibeit, 0 L Koruahr
en -, Dr Baer, ll Cobla 4 co, T O'Brien, H Gerdts A
4 c i, Mrs J Weinberg. F voa Sauten, D F Fleming
4 io, J M Kri-dsuenr, Ostendorff A co, J B Duval 4
son. Miss M li Gibbs, J Adger 4 co, W C Kavenel
A co, and o ilers. October 24, oo miles nortn of
Hatti ras, exchange.) signals with steam-tup G n
Barnes, for New York; was in company ou the
29111 with tes ea-iiship saragossa, f^r Savannah;
also at l P M. 40 miles west of the Frying Pan,
exchanged signals with steamship Wyoming; had
strong southerly wiuds to llaneras; since easter?
Sehr E A D?liai t. Pi.-.Miara, Baracoa. - days.
Bauanas, oranges und cocoanuts. To Paul,Welch
Steamer Planter, Foster, Peedee River via
Oeorgetown, S C. 320 bales cotton, 125 bbls naval
stores, mdse, Ac. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, TP
Smith, Mowry A Son, Witte Bros, Ravenel A co, J
A Quackenbmh, Frost A Adger, G W Williams A
co. H Bischoff A co, Caldwell & Son. W K Ryan.
Pelzer, Rodgers A- co, Shac'<eUord A Kelly, Wm C
Bee A co. Stoney A Lowndes, Barden A Park' r, E
Je^nnerette. Kinsman A Howell, 0 Nielson, Terry
A Solen, Fenick A Taioert, and order.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-Jas
Adger A Co.
Spanish hark Ana, Reina, Los Pa.mas, Canary
Isles-W p Hall.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Bark Volant, Bar tow. Galveston.
German brig Clara, Bodewees, Liverpool.
Spanish bark Ana, Reina, Los Palmas, Canary
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
>cbr M C Lyons, Smith, at Jacksonville, Fla,
echr Henrietta, Leavltt, Oeorgetown, S C, 20th
CP FOR THIS PO AT.
Sehr Annie S Gaskill, Gaskill, at Philadelphia,
Sehr I) V Streaker, Van Glider, at New York,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at New York, 28th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, Octobar 29.-Arrived, steamships
Leo and Columbia. Arrived out. tne Cuba and
Thc sehr Altoona, Fiizgerald, from Bucksville,
S C, arrived at Boston 24th Inst.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
F O R E 1 O N .
Nor bark Luger. Nielsen, sailed.Sept 15
J he sotskumineren, Weste rgaard, up.'ct 3
WEST HARTLEPOuL. ENG.
The Elise, Iroaca, sailed.August 9
Br bark David McNutt, Lockhart, sailed.. .Sept 28
The Preso, Jeoklns, sailed.Sept 29
The Perseverance, Cook, up.Oct ?
AI.LO A, SCOTLAND.
Tne Ormen, Berkholm, sailed.August 26
The Achillas, Hinscli. sailed.Sept 13
Br bark Vinco, Robson, up.Oct 6
The Livonia, Peters, sailed.Sept 22
HALIFAX, N e.
Br ship City or Halfax, Mc'Bunny, np.Oct 20
I ST. SrEPHKN'S, N. B.
Br bark Grasan re, Lester, up.Oct 20
Bark Keystone, Berry, cleared.Oct 18
Bark Mendota. Perry, cleared.Oct 21
Br bark Agra. Fisher, up.Oct 20
Ba k Acacia, Robinson, up.Oct 23
Brig J L Bowen, Tayior. up.' ct 19
Brig E H Kennedy, Hallett, cleared.Oct 14
Brig Lizabel. Tabbutr. np.Oct 18
Sehr S L Russell. Smith, up.Oct 12
Sehr Geo B homers, Pray, cleared.Oct 21
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wvatt, cleared.Oct 26
Sehr Lilly. Uuitnea, cleared.Oct 13
Sehr M B Harris. Crowley, cleared.Oct 23
Sehr Carrie S Webb. -.up....OcM8
Sehr D V Streaker, Van Gilder, up.t.Oct 26
Balk Devonshire, Havener, up.Oct 18
Sehr Bessie Morris, allen, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr Annie S Gaskill, Gaskin, up.Oct 26
Steamship Rappahannock, Read, cl'd.Oct 21
(Engines, ittactjin^rtj, Sit.
MERON, BMLEi & CO.
Keep constantly on hand, and ready for Imme?
diate delivery, STAT.ONARY, PORTABLE AND
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, and can ramleh, at
Bhort notice, any description of Engine not kept
regu.arly In stock.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of approved Patterns and different sizes, ready
for delivery, and ruted with either Ratchet or
From Sixteen to Thirty Inch; French Burr, Dou?
ble-Geared GRIST MILLS. Also, the Universal or
Star COrroN GINS, THRESHERS, CANE MA?
CHINERY, HORSE POWERS, Ac.
BAR IRON, STEEL AND METALS.
A larire assortment constantly on hand of the
NAILS, SPIKES &c.
HENRY DISSTON & SON'S
PATENT CIRCULAR, GANG, M?LAY, HAND
AND CROSS CUT SAWS, GUMMING MACHINES,
FILES, Ac. Also,
"INSERTED TOOTH" SAWS.
SWADGES AND SAWYER'S TOOLS GEN?
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
A full line or Pure OILS, as follows: Sperm,
Lard, Neatsloot, C., B. A Co.'s Lubricator, "White
Oak Oil," Tallow, Axle Grease.
B E LTING.
Rubber and Leather BELTING, warranted.
Also. Oom and Hemp Packing, Jute and Soap?
stone Packlug, Lacing, Gaskets, Belt Fastenings,
Sheet, Pig, Bar and Pipe.
BLOCK TIN PIPE.
PUMPS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
HOSE, LEATHER AND CUM,
Of all Sizes.
Steam Gauges, Water Gauge?, Steam and
PLAIN AND CALVANIZED IRON
At Factory Prices of MORRIS TASKER A CO.
STEAM AND MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS AND PAINT O LL.
ROPE, OAKUM, FiHEATHING FELT
AND PAPER, NAILS, SPIKES, 4c.
CARTS, WAGONS AND TIMBER
or the celebrated make of WILSON, CHILDS A
PATENT IRISH ROOFING FELT.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
N. E. CORNER MKETINO AND CUMBERLAND STS.
augl4-mih6moD*w CHARLESTON. S. O.
^ GUOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
THE MO UNTAINEEB,
GREENVILLE, S. C..
Has tne largest real circulation or any papei
in that a.'ctiou. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor and Proprietor.
G. G. WELLS, Associate Editor.
The Al American Phip OLIVE S. SOUTH- Ai*
ARD, J. S. Theolair] Master, having a largesBSt
portion of her Cargo engaged and going ou
board, will be dispatched fur the above port.
For Freight engagement?, applv to
OCU2 B. 0. WILKINS A CO.
Jp 0 R NEW YORK.
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, AT G
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTiI CAROLINA. Beckett, Commander, will
sail for New York on TUESDAY, October 3lst, at
6 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading rn Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn, Christiania. Gotten
burg, and to Glasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New England cities as usual.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line a per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very tine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to W. x. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves
rjpHE PHILADELPHIA IRON LINE.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain McCrery,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a Orsr
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and lu alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
t&- The GULF STREAM. 14C0 bales capacity,
ls appointed to sall from Brown's wharf on FRI?
DAY. November 3d. at io o'clock A. M.
*y The VIRGINIA will follow next week.
For parilcular8 of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO1., Agents, No. 12 South Dela
ware Avenue, Philadelphia._oct30-mwf3
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE ChlTED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their nr3t-class, full powei
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
A rf FOLLOWS"
MANHATTAN, Capt. J.B.PRICE? Oct. 20, at
*OLORADO.CapLT.F. FREEMAN.Oct. 25, at s P M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS, NOV. l, at 8.30 A M
NEVADA Capt. FORSYTH.Nov. 8, at 2.30 P M
cabin Passage $80, gold. .
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
Fer Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street. N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADOER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER A CO.,
niay6 Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMFTS
THBOUOH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier ^*BM
So. 4ii, North River, foot of Canal SUB
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the l&tn
and 80th of every month (except when these
dates fail on Sunday, then the Saturday preoed
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Centrai American ports.
Departure of 15th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
Fur Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
Nu California steamers touch a: Havana, bet
go direct from New Tori to Aspmwall.
(me hundred pounds baggage tree to each adel',
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tre
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
OR FLORIDA, VIA SAVANNAH.
The splendid Steamer DICTATOR, _ jtP^k.
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will sail .'or??^L?gg?
Florida at follows:
Leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVENINO, at 8
Leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY, at 3 o'clock.
Leave Palatka on FRIDAY MORNINO.
Leave Jacksonville on SATURDAY MORNINO.
Leave Fernandina SATCRDAY AF nt SNOOK, after
arrival of train.
Leave Savannah .-UNDAT MORNINO, at 8 o'clock.
This steamer make) dose connection with New
Orleans steamer at Cedar Keys.
For F.eight or Passage, apply to
RAVE MEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vandcrhorst's wharf and Fast Bay. /
Through Bills of Lading given for New Orleans,
?pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF, VIA
GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The steamer PLANTER, Captain - . ??T^a?
J. T. Foster, ls receiving Freight a:??33552
Accommodation Wharf, a*id will leave on WED
NESDAv MORNINO, 1st November, at 6 o'clock.
For Freight engagements or Passage, having
good Stateroom accommodations, apply on board,
orto RA VEN ?CL. HOLMES A CO.,
octCO No. 177 East Bay.
~ B U Y "THITT O E N ll I N E
More than ?50 Diff?rent Modifications.
FOR TUE BEST ALARM MONEY DRAWER.
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
No. -im Broadway, New York.
FAIRBANKS, BROWS Ai CO.,
No. US milk Street, Boston.
For sale by HART ?fe CO.,
sepJ?-tuf4mos Charleston, S. C. H
Just received a full assortment of HOMEOPA?
THIC UED1GJN ES: Tinctures. Pellets and Pow?
ders, of different potencies.
Sugar of Milk and Globules, at wholesale.
Family cases lilied at reasonable raies, by
DR. tl. BA ER,
mavis No. isl Meeting street.
v FULL ASSORTMENT just, reoeivtid oj
DR. ll. If AFR,
jUiVt si ia WMiuig .street.
Q5ran? fJri^e Eistribnt?on.
FROM OCTOBER 1, 1871, TO JANUARY 8, 1872, *
|N CONSEQUENCE OF THE FEVER IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
$500,000 TO BE GIVEiN AWAY.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION,*
BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY & CO., Agents,
Cr,;!:T thc aasplces of the "South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society/' wt:: (tire a
SERI Ks of CONCERTS, at the Academy or Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing; January 8. 1872.
Refers to all the Bankers. Brokers and prominent gentlemen of the Country, both North and benth.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT 9* EACH.
If you have not received a Circular, send for one, giving full particulars, ALL ORDERS STBICXY
2403 GIP TS, AMOUVTIXG IS ALL TO S"?00.OOO.
The Drawing of this Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted under tue surpervlsUn of the fol?
lowing well known gentlemen:
General A. R. WRIGHT, or Georgia. Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of SourirCaroilna.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRIOR, or New York.
Money for Tlckets.can be sent either by Express or Postomce Order, and the Tickets will be prompt
ly ror warded.
Direct all Letters to
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, CHARLESTON. S. C.
General M. c. BUTLEB, JOHN CHADWICK, General W. M. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of E. SEBRING & CO., and J. L.
MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad street.
Cotton "O?s, Sit.
Gr O O O H TIE.
SLOAN & SEIONI0??S, Agents,
COTTON FACTORS, BROWN & COYS WHARF
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSAD ALIS, a sure cure for
EOS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSAD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSAD ALIS, the best Altera
RQ?ADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, or Baltimore. .
Dr. T. 0. PUGH, ot Baltimore,
ur. mus. J. Bo Y KIN, or Baltimore.
Dr. A. DUBBAN. Of Tarboro'. N. 0.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, or Nicholas vile, Ey.
Dr. A. F. WOTELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HGLlx.WAY. of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. Mcc.iRTHA, of Sooth Carolina. ?
and many etners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endorsed 6y Rev. DABNEYBALL, now of Marj
and conference, formerly Chaplain In the Con
federate Ai my of Northern Virginia.
la Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acta at
une and the same time upon the BLOOD, L1VEB,
KIDNEYS and all thc SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling all Impure matter and building np thc
System to a healthy, vigor?os condition
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. WIN Eil AN A CO., J Agents In
Dr. U. BAER. ) Charleston,
TERENCE PATENT 1
Prepared by Grimault A Co., Paris :
SYRUP OF HYPOPIIOSPUATE OF LIME, a SOT
erlgn remedy In phthisis-relieves, Coughs.
Night sweats, Ac.
Pepsine, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac
Digestive Lozenges of the Alkaline Lactates, t
pleasant and effective remedy for functional de
rangement of the digestive organs.
Trochee of Pepsine and Paucreatlne.
P?BOATIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cottle.
VOMITIF LE ROY. Pharmacie OntUn.
Dragees de Santonlne.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma cigarettes.
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
mavsn Vn. 131 Meeting <n.rp?t
B. BAER ' S
VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILLS
will remedy BILIOUS DISORDERS and
LIVER COMPLAINT-will cure Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Headache, Costiveness, Loss ol
Appetite, and have proved of great usi tn Neu?
ralgia, Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Pains In the Side,
Back and Limbs. They will cure Sick Headacnt
and all Derangements of the Stomach. These
P lecontain no Mercury, and may be lc?C3 with
rc,rea safety by any persons, and in all situs
lions of ure.
No family should be without them.
Manuiactured by DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Charleston, S. 0.
Price per box 26 cents. Usual discount to tnt
rJlHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUR1
FVLNG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (In Pills o>
Powders,) for the cure of all Acute or Chronu
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and Imper
Also, the following Medicines by the same (Pro
fessor Louis Wundram, BrunawicS, Germany :)
Hero Tea (fur Dyspepsia aa 1 Nervousness.)
Rheumatic llcrt) Tea.
Wundwasser ?the German "Pa?aULcr."/
For sale by OT. H. I A ER,
niav."<> Vn- 131 Meeting strew
Q_OOD NEWS FOR THE SICK!
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF BEEF,
(The genuine artic e-)
. UPHHAM'S FRESH MEAT CURE for the j re
ventloti and cure of Consumption, after Dr.
Beef, Wine and Iron.
Elixir Calls iva Bark. ,
Elixir Calisaya Bark and Pyrophosphate or
These and all other new preparations are t-< oe
found at the Drug Store of Dr. H. BAER,
,,,.pu_No. Ml Meeting street.
llelmb.ild's Rose Wash
Uembold's catawba G-ape Pills.
jSir*bj NO. ?i
? O- E IST O Y ,
NO. 197 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Our "New Fanny"' Michlne ia almpie la con*
s true t io a, adjusted In a moment for any kind ol
work, and will sew irom the Anent Swiss Makin
to the heaviest Beaver Cloth or Leather, doings
greater range of work than any other Machine
made. Our 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 SING STREET.
J. CLARK BEDELL.
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent for Sooth Cara?
nta, Georgia and Florida seplD-tbstasmos
LI IM! E.
Now landing a cargo or very superior FRESH
For sale low, ac
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 94 CHURCH STREET,
sept E. M. GRIMEE, P. 0. BOX 874.
8ASHE8 AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Office to and opened his prin?
cipal SALESROOMS at No. 20 HAINE STREET
and No. 33 PINCKNEY STREET, where be takes
pleasure In offering to the public a full stock of
bis own manufacture of D00R9.SASHES, BUNDS
MOULDINGS, NEWELS. BALUSTERS, AC
WOOD TURNING In all Its branches.
A specialty made or FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GLASS, at WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
tar Orders fer stock of irregular size work re?
ceived either ar. the Sale^iom*. No. 20 HAYNES
STREET.or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck's wharf.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS
WM. KNABE & CO., A
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the public
for nearly thirty \ ears, and upon their excel?
lence alone attained an unpurchased pre-emi?
nence, which pronounce* them unequalled to
sa-Ai: onr SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im
proved OVERSTRUNG SCALE ai.d the AGRAFFE
0-lVe would call especial attten-lon to our late
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARE GRANDS, found In no other Plano, which
brings the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEARS
?-Weare hy special arrangement enabled to
furnish PARLOR ORO A S and M-LODEONS Of
the most celebrated makers, whou sale a - d Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly famished on application to
WAI. KNABE O? CO., ^
Or any of oar regular established agencies.