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No. ? Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18,187?
SEWS OE TUE DAT.
-The in corni ng Legislature of Georgia will
be composed overwhelmingly of Tannera and
planters. ;r :BI ? ? '
-HTtae History of Ceramic ' Art ta Great Bri?
tain," by Mr. L. Jewltt will Soon appear tn
-Mr. P. B. Chatterton began tbe regular
season at Drury Lane, London, on tbe 21st
Instant, with "The Lady ot the Lake."
-Mr. John 8. Clarke, tho American come?
dian, has purchased the Charing Cross
Theatre, London, and win shortly open It
-Massachusetts politicians are canvassing
the probability of the Legislature having to
elect two United States senators next winter.
-Mr. J. 0. Jeoiflreson'a new work on the
history and romance of the marriage cere?
mony In England ls tc be entitled "Brides
and Brid als."
-Really, thia ls very unkind of Alexander
H? stephens. He pretends to think that lt ls
John Quincy Adams, lu steal of his brother,
who hsa declared for Grant, ?ind therefore de?
clines to support him: -
; .-The German bishops have protested to the
Pope'against then* molestation by the Prus?
sian 'government. Twenty-one new books
have been placed on the Index Expurga to nus
* -Returns of the Georgia elect iou prove that
those .colored men who are now, or who as?
pire to be, property owner? and tax pavers,
voted the Uberal-Democratlo ticket. No'
more Bullocklsm lor them, If lt' ls labelled
. Republican. *?
-? disastrous fire occurred in the lower
part of Richland County on Saturday last.
The flames broke out on the turpentine farm
ol Mr, A. H. Van Bolklen, consuming two
crops ? of ' turp?n tine and forty thousand trees,
and also destroyed a valuable dwelling place
belonging to Mr. John English.
-The total production or alt kinds of coal la
Petrajlvanlaiorthe week was 499,541 tons,
sad lor the year 16,950,745 tons, against
12,814,*96 tons to corresponding time last
year, showing an Increase of 4.136,647 tons.
YeaseJj are reported scarce and in demand.
Th? coal trade ls reported steady, under s
pretry full supply of orders.
. -Snow fell, on Monday night, to tbe depth
of three inches in the Allegheny region lor a
distance ol about tblrty-flve miles, Irom the
Cheat River to ter miles east of Piedmont
The Cumberland News says that at Somerset,
Pa., ten o'clock Monday morning, that place
was visited by a severe snow storm. There
were tlx inches of snow upon the ground, and
sBontdoorwork bad been suspended.
4-Th? humber ol trains arriving and leav?
ing each day on the different roads diverging
iron Columbia are as follows: Wilmington,
Colombia and Augusta Railroad, four freight
aod lour passenger; Greenville and Columbia
RaQread, three freight and two passenger;
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
Uifee- freight and tour passenger; Booth Caro?
lina. Railroad, six freight and six passenger
-sixteen freight and sixteen passenger trains,
making thirty two In all.
-The Liberal Republican executive com?
mittee of the State ot New York has issued an
address calling opon the Liberals to work with
renewed energy for the November elections,
ss toare sra twenty States, casting nearly two
hundred electoral votes, that they can still
carry if they only will. The address says they j
aredn danger of defeat mainly because some
lain? hearts are discouraged, and urges the
Liberals to resolve that by stoat hearts and I
strong arma the Liberal cause and candidates [
snail be borne onward to decisive triumph.
-Aa interview has taken plane at the In?
terior department between General Walker,
commissioner of Indian affair?, and the par.
ty Of Indians representing the Kiowas, Co?
manches, Apaches and other wild tribes who
nave so. long made Kansas, Texas and East?
ern Mexico meir raiding ground. The usual
style of addresses and speeches were made by
both sides, aod finally the Indians were told
Sha besides the general address made them,
the business of each tribe would be taken in
detail, day after dey, until completed. The
inai.ter, lt le thought, wilt consume most o?
the time Of the commissioner during the
pr?sent Week. v . " - - 1
-A special from Washington of the 15th
Inst says: ' 'The announcement which was
recently mada that the secretary of the
treasury claimed the legal right to issue forty
four millions of legaj-tonder notes bas been
abmidantly conflraed by lnqulrlea made from
flwficlal ?sires, and established by the
farther mot that-the-secretory bas used at
prerioas periods several minions of this
amouqt when be required an Immediate use
of currency. With the present low balance of
currency io the treasury an excellent oppor?
tune would be afforded for Wall street to
control th?' money market; bat by the claim
ol the department to Issue this large amount
of additional notes the control ls abso-i
lately in the hands ot the government, and |
Tlfifh.t ??e used at any Urne to give the market
a speculative tendency for the benefit of in?
terested parties. The defence of the secretary
ls thai his control of the financial centres pre?
vents corners and other enormous forms of
speculation, though lt does not appear that he
intends to add the forty-four millions to the
volume ol clrcnia?!?nvJ'he- policy Beems to
be to nee a portion of lt in an emergency and
then t y withdraw lt by sales ol gold. It was
mentioned in Congress that the secretary had
nolegal power to use this forty-four minions,
and the question will doubtless come op again
itt the next session. This ls the situation of
tbe'fortj-fonr millions at present"
-A dispatch from Memphis, dated the 15th
instant saysr "Sin ce th e confession ot James
Kenny, a noted thlefnow serving a term lu
theTeimeaseepenltoniiary, of his connection
with Billy Forrester and others in the School?
er diamond robbery at New Orleans, Mr.
Schooler, baa- come here. Alter consulting!
wlUlCUef of Police Athey, be, with that offl
cery proceeded to Nashville, and, obtaining an
Interview'with Kenny, prevailed upon him to I
I make a full confession, which ls to the effect
that the robberry waa planned by Forrester,
Frank Dagne, alias Dagno, (Frank is now
Jail in Jersey City,) and Dave Cummings, and
that In order to draw the police irom the
scene of the robbery they hired men
set steamboats at the landing on fire,
which the magnificent steamers Thomp
son Dean, Magenta and four others
were consumed, and during the fire
the robbery was effected, by which one
hundred thousand dollars' worth of diamonds
were* obtained. After remaining quiet
awhile the spoils were divided, and he and
Forrester came to this city, where a portion
were sold and the remainder sent East, one
large atone being Bold to Angelo Mowe, who
is now on trial here lor robbing the
sale of the chief of police. Returning
Hempblfl, Schooler and the chief found Ange
Io's pin put up as ball ior his brother Mowe
Schooler at once recognized the stone, and
goon after several others were found and
Identlded, never having been removed from
their original setting. In a conversation with
McAthey, Kenny said be was certain that For?
rester murdered Hr. Nathan, but no one
knew all about it but Forrester's wife, now
Memphis, and she was 'too fly' to give Billy
Schurz on L arpet-Baggere.
Moved by that sympathy which the sight
of suffering everywhere awakens in the
generous breast, the great German orator,
in bis tate speech at the Cooper Institute
brings his eloquence to bear upon the car?
pet-baggers who are the sole cause of that
suffering. He does not handle them tender
ly with the gloved hand, bnt uses plain
language. No more than Mr. Greeley does
he mince words when speaking of the
wretches who have brought such trouble
upon the country. What, he inquires, bas
brought this blight upon the Sooth ? Not
so mach the war as the shameful corruptio
which pervades the State Governments.
"Fraud, plunder, shameless robbery-these
?are the character ist IM of the State Govern
"menta. And who is responsible for it
"Waa it not Grant's administration, to which
"all these robbers, all these plunderers, clung
"for support ?"
This ls very direct talk. Bat he adds
that th?se "thieves" kept themselves in
power by two means-their first and most
powerful one was the Federal Government,
asd their nert most powerful aid they
sought in the Ignorant negro vote. The
thieves, be continues, control the negroes,
and it was under their influence that they
have been arrayed against the whites.
The black and white race stand face to face
as enemies-"for the negroes ar? ander the
"influence of. the most vi?anous scoundrels
"that were ever allowed to disgrace a great
"and noble country !"
We will follow the senator bat a step
farther. "Ia the name of what party," he
asks, "have the carpet-bag governments
"been founded ? Io the name of what party
"have the carpet-bag governments been
"defended aod upheld? Was it not the
"Republican party ? Tes, lt was." This is
the gist of the matter. Here ls the running
sore which is sapping the very life of the
South. Schurz perceives it, and openly pro?
claims it in New Tork. A prostrate man
may recover, bat not while beset with foul
and obscene birds of prey, who are pecking
oat his heart. Prometheus, though chained
to a rock, might arise, could the vultures
only be driven away. Strangers, even of
foreign birt li, loudly cry ont against the
shameful wrongs inflicted by the Grant
party upon the South, while Southern men,
with Mr. Stephens at their bead, are found
willing to aid in the re-election of the tyrant,
through whom these wrongs are wrought
A German would save as from the talons of
the carpet-bagger-a Georgian seeks to sink
them deeper ia.
General Ja bal A. Karly.
The Lynchburg Virginian publishes a
letter from General Early, in which he de?
fines his position io the present campaign in
unmistakable terms. We have never had
a doubt aa to the coarse General Early
would pursue when he was called upon to
decide between Greeley and Grant. There
are some men whose actions ander given
circumstances caa be foreseen with almost
absolute certaluty. General Early belongs
emphatically to this class of men. He is
sore to do the thing that it is tight for an
honest man, a patriot and a gentleman to
do. The following extract from his letter
presents bis views as to the proper thing for
Southern men to do in the present political
"If my opinion ls of any weight with m&
old comrades and friends of the lower Valley,
my advice to them ls to vote with their party
and their friends, and thus keep the State out
ot the hands of the vile herd that is anxious
to prey on her vitals; and this advice I would
give to all my old comrades and friends In the
State. If there are any of them who have
sworn in their wrath that they ?lu never vote
for Greeley and Brown, let them tear their
names irom ibo ticket, and vole for the ticket
ol native Virginians, headed by those trae and
noble sons ot the State, my very good friends,
Colonel .Ec bert E. Withers and General James
M. Semper. There can .be no dishonor in
that, and we san trust th os argent lernen to cast
the vote o! the State as they think ber best In?
. A Commercial Contrast.
Io a recent speech io Glasgow, Scotland,
Chancellor Lowe stated that he had taken
off ?9,000,000 of taxes, and yet the half
year's receipts of revenue would reach ?1,
200,000 more than io 1868, before the redac?
tion of the tax. The half year alluded to
closed on the last of September, and the
gain over the corresponding period of last
year is ?2,353,341, so that the treasury
turns more than bear out the boast of its
chief. The surplus next April will be suf?
ficient to discharge the judgment of the Ge?
neva arbitration, so that the British rate?
payers will scarcely feel the expense of that
award. The healthy commercial activity
which this indicates is in striking contrast
to the decline of like interests in this
The Death Rate.
[From the Baltimore Sun.]
The last quarterly return of statistics pre?
pared and published by the registrar-general
of England, shows that the death rate ia Lon?
don is 20.7 per thousand, in Parla 23, in Berlin
and Bombay 3:., and In New Tork37. Accord?
ing to this statement, London, Paris, Berlin
and Bombay are all healthier places than New
Yor fe, and lt ls said that the same is true even
ot Madras, which lies in the heart of the
tropics, on the eastern coast of British India,
where the summer temperature ls scarcely
endurable by Europeans. As the climate of i
New York is healthy, lt would seem from these
facts that the sanitary laws of that city must
be most Inefficiently administered.
In New YorK not long since, a great in?
crease In contagious fevers was made a seri?
ous matter for Investigation. The facts In the
case seem to be these: The total number of
deaths there from contagious sources for the
week ending September 7 were: typus 4,
typhoid 18, scarlet 10, measles 18, diptheria
ll, small-pox 3; and for week ending Septem?
ber 14 they were: typus 4, typhoid 36, scarlet
19, measles 1, diptheria 12, Bmall-pox 3. It
was remarked with anxiety what an enor?
mous stride typhoid fever had thus taken In a
single week. The following week there was
some gain in this respect. The month of
September bas been noticeable in Philadel?
phia, also, though not to the same extent
as In New York, for the development of
typhoid and other contagious fevers.
The diseases peculiar to summer are now
succeeded hy anew class of maladies, sue ti as
Intermittent and typhoid fevers, resulting
from miasmatic gases no longer neutralized
by tbe midsummer heac, from rash exposure I
to the night air, (rom Imperfect sewerage and
defective drainage. I
While upon this subject we may express our
concurrence with the Philadelphia Record In
the opinion that some well known and author-1
ltatlve medical body would do great service
by publishing, at suitable seasons, sanitary
suggestions for cities and hints on Individual j
health, and this not only at times at which
contagious diseases or epidemics are at their
ciimax, but also those regular epochs when a
change of weather or other new elements
should cause new pr?cautions to be taken for
the public health. I
CARRIAGE PAINTER WANTED TOGO
m the country. Apply at No. is: Meeting I
fTlAILOR WANTED.-WANTED THIS
1, morning for Preaalug and Mending, at AU. I
84 Wentworth street, near Artesian WeU. [
WANTED, A MAN TO ATTEND TO A
horse and walt about the house, lo a I
competen; person Huerai wages wul be paid, ap- I
ply at No. 671 King street._oct!8-3
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
Woman to mind a cn lld, aud assist with I
housework, apply at No. 6 Meeting street.
WANTED ALL TO KNOW THAT THE
BRlTlsH (JDCua BALSAM, tue great I
English remedy for Coughs, Colds, aatuma and I
ail affections or tue chest, la to be had at coHEa's I
Medical Depot, No. 186 Meeting street, under
Pavilion Hotel. _. octl84?
WANTED, FURNISHED APARTMENTS
suitable for a family o? turee, with con-1
remenee for housekeeping. Addr&s J. el. lt., I
Box 128 P. 0. _QC tl 7
WANTED, A bALEsMAN WHO
understands the dry goods business I
thorongbly. Address Box No. 226, city.
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
Woman as Nurse ; good recommen??t mun
required. Apply at normeaat corner of Tradd I
and Orange streets._octll
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND
do housework. Apply at the north corner
oi amherst ana Bay etreots, Hampstead.
OCtlO ; 1 ._ I
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COMTE.
TENT Bookkeeper in a Factor's Office. I
Auares Box 878, witu reiereuces ana salary. |
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'a"
for tbeir Furniture and eave 20 per cent. |
We went mere ana wassurpilsea to see no mach
F ur ul tu re at koch low prices. Ula stock c. vers a
space of about twenty tnouaand square feet.
QC t6_ I
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
spuarsop mt WOULD, THU TKHA&
?ivll HODSK OF AMKKI?A. THE OK KAT KUUK I
ut' THU VE AK. Agents report sales o? 26 io loo
copies in a few hours or days. Proapectua free. I
Adares? J. W. GOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, Sr. Louis, New Orleans. I
LEGANT" ROOM?3~TO RENT, TO-1
Q ETHER OR SEPARATELY. Also, Com- I
muulous store, with Back Boom, Yard and cia
tern. Apply at lot Meeting stree.-. ociiS-l?
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OP A I
House, snitab.e for a large lamliy, orroral
boarding house. Apply at No. 340 King street.
TO RENT, TWO NICE ROOMS IN A
nice location. To an approved tenant I
UJI ms moderate. Apply at No. 4 Wall atrett.
mo BENT, STORE No. 188 KING
_JL STREET, next to singer sewing Machine I
Office. Will be rented very low to a good tenant.
App.y at Singer office._octl8-wfm3
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Budding. No. 140 East Bay, re-1
eeatly oeonpled aa the f ubUoaiion umce ol Tua I
NaTs, and lormeriy known aa the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the umce of
THE NEWS, No. 19 Broad street._sep28
TU RENT, TH?T LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
recently finished, sal?anle for one or two respect-1
auls famines, having all the necessary outbuild
inga lor the accommodation of mc same. There I
ls on the premises oue of the largest cisterns and
one of the beat wella of water In the olty. Apply J
on the premises. Be pm I
CARD.-MRS. P. J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY Informs her Pupils, and the paulie
general.?, that she will tesume her instruct i ns
on the Piano and to her SoUege Class on MUNDAY
next, october 21st.
A new Solf?ge Class will be formed on TUESDAY,
22d lust., at her residence, southwest corner
Smith and Montagne streets. TenuB $12per quar?
ter, payable la advance. octu
QHARLE8TON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
nrst MON DAT la october, and end the second
FBIDAT m July, the term being shortened two
weeks to induce pupils to remain uuiU the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex?
amination wld be examined the first wtek.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks wUl
be charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulars con talo lng particulars,
apply as above. Miss E. A. KELLY,
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH * BON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides. Skins, Paper stock, iron, and all kinds of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval stores and Scotch
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER ?AND CONTRACTOR,
NO. 113 MEETING STREET,
NFARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BAKE LEY A CO
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
that he is prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repaire of all kinda at-1
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
DSAT.SR8 AMD DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN
OFFI0E No. 173 EAST BAY,
UBABXXSTOK, S. 0.
The highest prices paid for crude
HE NEW JTMPB~OV~J?D
WHEELER 4 WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
AdJnBtlng ano Repairing done promtlv
WHEELER A WILSON MAN CF'G CO
aprwyr No. m King street.
M~ABIO1TL?1)GE, KoT 2, L O. 0. F.
Tte Regular Weekly Meeting of this Lodge
will be held THIS ?VKNINO, at Odd Fellows' Hall,
at 7 o'clock. Candidates will p'ease attend,
ocas.* ROB-r. c. aTA&fl, Secretary.
PHONIX FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend Regular Monthly Meeting of yonr
company, THIS (friday) EVBNINO, at 7.30 o'clock,
by order ot the President.
W. B. R. MITCHELL.
ocilS Secretary Pro Tem.
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Moles will lind lt to their advan?
tage to call at HOGAN A 09.'S Stables, No. Sus
King street, before purchasing elsewhere.
FOE SALE; ? CRUSHING MACHINE,
suitable for crushing Phosphate Rook ; ca?
pacity from 40 to so tons per day; two horse
p .wer required to work lt. The above, complete
wltu extra Jaw plates and gear wheels, for sale
low. Apply to UKO. A. TRENHOLM A SON.
FOR SALE, AT THE SUBSCRIBER'S
stables. Queen street, a lot of extra-fine
Mories and Males, p. WEST. octi6-4?
MULES, HORSES AND MARES AT
R. OAKMAN'S STABLE, 85 Church street,
near Broad, jost arrived, ana for sale on time.
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRI OT/EN, son of the late Henry
uijen, for Seventy-five Dollars. WU1 be sold at a
dlacoant at MENKE A MULLER'S. aog27
VXTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Tv NEWSPAPERS In large or small quanti les.
Price 60 CENTS PE* HUN OREO. Apply at Itt*
omr* nf TH t-i NRWK mavis
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The above named PLANTATION, situated
in Barnwell County, live mi.ea from Graham's
Turnout, on tue South Carolina Railroad, ls offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven hundred and nriy
acres, two hundred and fifty acres or which are
good clay Cotton Land. There are also upon the |
premises a One DWELLING, containing six
rooms, together with houses for the accommoda
Hun of twenty laborers, Oin Bouse, Screw, Barns,
Stables, Ac, allin good order. The place ls per?
fectly healthy, with an abundance of fine cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston, 8. c., or to Dr. W. H. HAOOOD,
Blackville, S. C. .*< oe tl
BOARD WANTED IN A PRIVATE
family, or where there are not many board
ers. Address, at-onoe, Key Box, 458. octl8-l*
PRIVATE BOARDING.-G O O D PRI?
VATE B ard caa be obtained for Permanent,
transient and nay Boarders, OD application at
No. 28 Meeting street. _octli-imwlmo*
TWO GENTLEMEN, OB A GENTLE?
MAN and his WIFE, can obtain BOARD,
with pleasant Rooms, npon reasonable terms, at
No. 71 Broad Btreet, on the south side, between
Meeting and King streets. octln
fTIREASURY DEPARTMENT, CITY:
J. HALL, OCTOBER 16th, 1872.-This Office ls
now open from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., dally, for Pay- j
ments of all Interest due npon the city stock,
except SATUBDAYS, npon which transfers of Stock
wi '1 bc rnudc
For the erst ave days priority In payment
will be given p?rues pay mg Taxes to the city, in
?parc or whole, with said interest. AU Payments
of Interest will be made by check, to be cashed at
Front Desk of tbls.ijfflce, and where Interest ls
sufficient for taxes they balance at par; bnt wnere J
leas, the penalty shall attach on deficiency,
though paid la currency, In conformity with or?
dinance. P. J. COGGAN,
oe ti 5 a City Treasurer.
Notices in jBankmptrrj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
ouUTH CAROLINA-in the matter of WILLIAM
H. WELCH, Bankrupt, by whom a petition for
adjudication in Ban kr np. cy waa filed on the 7th
.day of June, A. D. 1872 in said Court.-In Bank?
ruptcy.-This ls to give netice, that on the stn
day of October, A. D. 1872, a Warrant in Bans
ruptcy -was issued against ttie Estate of W1L-j
LIAM H. WeLUH, of Charleston, tn the Connty of
Charleston and State of >outh Carolina, who has |
been adjudged a Bankrupt on bia own petition,
that ta? payment of any debts and delivery ol
any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him
or or Ma ase, and in? traaaier of any property
by him ate forbidden by law; that a meeting o'
the creditors of tbe said Bankrupt to prove their
debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will be held at a Conn of Bankruptcy,
to be holden at No. 72 Broad street, Charleston,
Sonth carolina, before J. c. CARPENTER, Regis?
trar, on the Twenty-first day of October, A. D.
1872, at 10 O'Clock A. M. R. M. WALLACE,
octl0,2l U. 3. Marshal, aa Messenger.
THE NOBTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE faculties by tbe Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHONIX of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property ownei a Kui ic lea in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other flrst clasB
Companies. fi, s h BRING A CO.,
sep6-8moB No. 14 Broad street.
JJ?MNAL OF THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest Int . eduction price a. A variety of
styles. Prices from 20c, 40c, 60c, 76c, $1 and up
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE. No. 28.
A NEW IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH BOOKS.
The Practical Philosopher, a Dally Monitor for the
business men or England and others, by
David Thomas, D. D., J?.
Unexplored Syria, by Richard F. Burton and
diaries F. T. Drake, 2 vols., $16.
Man in the Past, Present and Future, from the
German of Dr. L. Bucbner, by W. S. Dallas, F.
C. S., $4.
Wanderings ?n Scripture Landa, being a Tour of
nine monthB in ihe years 1869'-70, by Thomas
Robinson, D. D., ?2 60.
Memoir of Count De Montelembert, by Mrs. Oli?
phant, 2 vols., $12.
Acts of Gallantry, by Lambton Young, C. E.,
Thoughts and Meditations on the Mysteries or
Life, by John Frith, $3 76.
Shakespeare and Typography, the Art of Printing;
also remarks upon some common Typograph?
ical Errors with reference to the Text or
Shakespeare, by William Blades, $160.
On the Preservation of Health, or Essays of the
principles to be adopted by tooee who desire
to avoid Disease, by Thomas laman, M. D., of
London, Third Edition, price. 2 vols., $7.
The Days of the Son of Men, a History of the
Churdh In the Time of our Lord, by William
Lee, D. D.. $? to.
Philosophy of Christianity, or the Purpose and
Power of the Gospel, $2 63.
Bible Truths, with Shakeapearian Parallels, by
J. B, Selkirk, $260.
Angels and Beaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60.
Oro., th and Vicissitudes of Commerce, by John
Yeats, L. L. D., $2 so.
Erewhon, or over the Range, Third Edition, $i &o.
Demonology and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter scott
Canoe Travelling, by Warlngton, Baden-powell,
Anecdotal and Descriptive Natural Bistory, by A.
Anecdotes of Celebrated Men and Women, by Edi-1
tor of London Jest Book, $2.
The Sea Weed Collector, by shirley Hlbberd, $175.
Half Hours at the Sea Side, by J. E. Taylor, F. G.
S., f 2.
Science and Commerce, their Influence on our I
Manufactures, by p. L. Simmonds, $3.
Roundabout Rambles in Lands of Facts and
Fancy, by Frank R. stockton, $2 60.
Dr. Oldham's Tau, by C. S. Henry, $160.
NEW NOVELS, 40.
"EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid, An thor of Mor?
ton House. Paper $1. Cloth $1 50. ?
"Dr. Vandyke." By John Esten Cooke. Cloth
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"Lord Kllgobbln." By Charles Lever. Cloth
$160. Paper $1.
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FOGARTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in tba Bend,)
apras-tuths Charleston, 8. O.
CADEMT OF MUSIO.
OPENING OP THE SEASON,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTO?
BER 22D AND ?3D.
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
BY THE POMERO? SNEDAIR SEXTETT CLUB,
Prominent Artists : Miss VIOLA POMEROY, the
charming Contralto, conceded to have the purest,
sweetest and most powerful voice In America.
R. s. GLOVER, Tenor Absoluto of tbe Rlchlngs's
Opera Troupe. The Sned ?lr eextett Club, CHEV?
ALIER h. SNEDAIR, Conductor, Composer and
Solo clarionetlBt, from the Italian opera, Part*,
having received fourteen Medals and Decorations
from the Musical Institutions of France, Germany
and Italy. Slftnor K. REBECHINI, only success?
ful rival of Paganini. Les Freres Oornn-AL
BERT AND LOUIS-tne youngest ?violinist* in
existence, playing all the Classical Music of che
Old Mastei s. Mons. A. SHNE1DDER, solo Flutist,
from Milan, recognized as the Paganini or Flut?
ists. E. BILLHARDT, Solo Bass Player. M. MA?
RIUS ECKERT. French Horn Solol6t, the only
competitor or the celebrated Smyth. D. MARI?
AN Nf, Violin Soloist, one of the oldest Instrumen?
talists living, originally of the Jenny Lind and
Parepa-Kosa Troupes. CE- BRONTE, Accom?
panist. LOUIS SNEDAIR, Condoctor.
Prices : Reserved Seals, Parquette and Dress
Circle, $2; admittance co Parquette and Dress
Circle, $1 M; Family Circle $i. Reserved seats
can be secured at the Academy of Music ticket
oflloe six days in advance. octl7-fl
nJrnrjf, QLlpwiran. &t
OWIE, MOISE & DAVIS
IMPORTEES, UANDTACT?BBB8 AND
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Phy?
sicians and Country Merchants to our large and
complete Stock of all Goods usually kept In a
WHOLESALE DP Uti WAREHOUSE,
consisting In part of Pme DRUGS, Medicines and
Chemicals, Foreign and .Dornestlc, all Proprietary
Articles, Instruments. Tirasses,Supporters, Band?
ages, Suspensions, Glassware, Window Glass,
Putty, Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, Instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Druggist's Sun?
dries, which have been selected with great care
to meet the wants of all in need of Reliable Arti?
cles at moderate prices.
We are ali o Proprietor! of the following, which
we offer with oonfldencB as being equal to any
similar Preparations In .he market:
SUMTER BITTERS, the Great Southern Tonic.
MOISE'S LIVER PILLS, Purely Vegetable.
MOISE'S HORSE, HOG AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Warranted
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM CANDY.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKING
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST,
the Best Liniment ever used.
We are Agents for the following Bouses, whose
Articles we offer at Proprietors' prices:
DB. VON GOL ANN'S ROYAL GROWN S0HNAPP3.
TblB world-renowned. Tonio ls highly recom?
mended by the most eminent German Physi?
cians, and pronounced by them as perfectly
pore, and free from all adulteration.
JOHN WYETH A BRO., of Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations : Beef Wine
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin,
Bia mn tu and Strychnine, Ac.
SANCE BROS. A WHIT! :,;or PnUadelphla-Stand?
ard Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar
LLEBIQ'S Texan Extract of Beer, In all size
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
plies received monthly.
TIEMAN A CO.'S Celebrated Surgical Instru?
LONG'S Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
complete in one SlUer-Piated Draw Stand.
The Cheapest and meet Easily Managed Foun?
tain in the world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND
4,6, S, 7 and 8 fee, always on band.
jyK R. B. HEWITT,
OFFICI CO ES BR GIORGI AND ANSON Bran ITS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Can be consulted on th 5 following diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and in strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within tl ie reach of all. Of?
fice hours from I A. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
In all arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gout,
neuralgia, Ac, this practice ls almost perfect.
Tho most intense pains are almost instantly re?
lieved, eoormons swellings are red need, limbs
which have been contracted and stiff for years
are relaxed. Cases of twenty, thirty and forty
years' standing have been cured by me after all
other means have failed.
A. great accompiishm<)nt ls my triumph over
pain Dy wblob I can olten, m a few moments,
soothe and carry off the most excruciating suf?
fer; ogs. If this system did nothing more than
to leileve pain, lt wouic stand superior to any
other system extant,
Stopped-np Head, Rnnnlng of the Nose, constant
Hawking and spitting, constant Blowing
or the Nose.
Thousands suffer from that most annoying, dis?
agreeable and ctfenalve complaint, catarrh, with?
out knowing what lt is. Often the seer?, ted ma?
cons, flowing down the throat, clogs up the lungs
and lays the foundation for coaaumptlon.
The most et ural physicians fall tocare lt.
I core any case of obstruction, stopped up
head, discharges of greenish, thick, thin or giulry
macons from the nose, i nternal or external, jain
or fullness between the oyes, constant blowing of
the noss, inflammation of the nasal passages,
ulceration of schuddert;,n membrane, Ac., m the
course of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noise) in the Head, Oto rrn caa,
Otitis (Discbarges from the Ear,) Paralysis
of Auditory Nerve.
I am dally treating all affections or the ear with
the most gratifying lesalts. tome who have paid
aurista nearly $tooo without benefit, have been
cured by me in a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mercury, Injudiciously used, bas Oiled the earth
with wrecks ol humanity. Thousands sauer from
its effects who have been unconsciously drugged
by their physicians, lt ia vain to attempt the
cure of the majority of d ? eases white lt remains In
the body. Although I have heard of several se?
ethed antidotes for mercury In the human body,
I have never yet seen a physician who could
eliminate lt from the system.
I can satisfy any pat teat or physician that I
can absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons in every case.
Noll me-Tangere. Lupaso, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
rhus Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose Cancer
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description or Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers audi Tumors are wrongfully
treated by certain charlatans styling themselves
After being pronounced incurable, I will take
any one of these cases la hand and make a per-'
manen t cure.
My terms for treating' Cancers, Ac., will be
based on tne age and canditiom of the patient,
and the positive certainty of cure. sep2l
VAN DEDSEN'SWORM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pare santonlne )
rieaaant, reliable and effectual: baa stood the
test or many years.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DR. a BAER, No. isl Meeting street.
iWiUintrs. Strain QboooBt Ut.
QPBNED THIS DAY,
A foll and careiojjjraelected stock of FaU and
Winter Millinery |g au the new styles.
Crapes . crape Collars
Crape and Love Veils
Laces Law Set8
lorant's Hoods and Sacques
Corsets Bustles, 4c.
octl8-fstu3_ No? 42? King street.
jp A L L O P E N I N G.
MB3. H. ARMSTRONG
WILL OPEN THIS DAY,
AT NO. 343 KINO STBIKT,
A carefoUy selected assortment of MILLINERY
and other Goods, consisting in part or elegant
BONNETS and HATS In Velvet, crape, Silk and
Straw; also Infants' Caps, Bats and Cloaks, Fara,
Ornamental Hair, Corsets and Ladles' Under.
wear, Ribbons, 4c._. octta-s
jp ALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
MBS. M. FINLEY,
NO. 467 KING STREET (UP STAIRS,)
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF TEE NEW GBBH AN CHUECH,
WIU open Tuts DAY a handsome assortment of
FALL ANO WINTER MILLINERY, Pattern Hats,
Bonnets, Ac, to which she Invites the Attention
of her patrons ind the Ladles generally, j '..,.
Personal attention given to country orders.
JJ M. WATERS* & CO.,
(LATI WATERS, FIBBOK A CO.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
Na 66 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Bny and Sel Contracta for Future Delivery of
Cotton, atrlotlj for a commission, so that no In?
terest of our own can peasibly confllot with that
ot our patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Union National Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. octo-lmo
Joint Stock (Eoinpang.
OFFICIAL BAFFLE NUMB BBS i OF
THE CHARLESTON JOI>T BTOOK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS NO. 208-THURSDAY MORNING. Oct. 17.
. CLASS No 204-THURSDAY EVENING, Oct 17., |
38-41-70-77-36- 6-64-64-12- 4-21-50
ootl7 1 A. MOROSO, Sworn Commissioner.
fJlHE ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON
Will be reopened to-day. Lunch from ll to 2.
The Bar has boen refitted and supplied with im?
ported Liquors and Cigars.
^ LOUIS RONNER,
oot7-lmo Late Barkeeper at the Mills House.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, s. C., September 27,1872.
. On ano arter SUNDAY, September 20, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
mn as follows:
Leave Charleston.0.80 A if
Arrive at columbia.6.20 r u
Leavo Charleston.8 33 A M
Arrive at Augusta.6.40 r x
Leavo Columbia.8.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston.4.30 r x
Leave Augusta.?.00 A M
Arrive at charleston.4.80 r x
COLUMBIA NIGHT IXFRK88.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 ? x
Arrive at cornubia.6.30 A M
Jutavo Columbia.7.60 r u
Arrive ac Charleston. 6 46 A x
AUGUSTA NIGHT BXPBBSS.
Leavo Charleston.8.30 F x
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A X
Leave Augusta. 6.16 r x
Arrive at charleston.6.60 A X
Leave Summerville at.7.26 A X
Arrive at charleston.-... 8.40 A X
Leave Charleston. 8.26 F X
Arrive at bummorville .4.40 F x
CAHDBH TBA IN.
Leave Camden..7.20 A X
Arrive at Columbia.11.60 A M
Leave columbia.3.10 p x
Am at Camden..6.66 F K
Day and Night Trams connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. Thia ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisvale, cincinnati, Chicago,
at. Louis and all otherpomta West and Northwest.
.Columbia Nignt Train connects wita ureenviile
and colombia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through ticte ts on. sale via this route to au
points North. :.
camden Train connects at KlngvUle dal'-y (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passengor Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L, TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PI0KEN8. G. T. A._eep27
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jnne 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. June mn, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road wUl run as follows :
Leave Charleston dally.;.8.30 p. M.
Arrive at savannah dally..?..?.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.?-..1L80 P. M.
arrive at Charleston dally. 7A.M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.80 P. M,
Lee ve a a van sah, Sundays excepted... 11 A. fc.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. e. to p. M,
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. IL tram
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all Stations on that Road, (Sundays excepted )
Freight forwarded nady on throujtu ollie of lad
mg to points in Florida and by Savannah Uno ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given te
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Hoya1
Railroad and ai. as low rates as by any other line
Tiokets on Bale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. s. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
S. C. BOYLSTOW, Gen'l Ft. and Tloket Agent.
innl4 _. _
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., 30068,.1872.
TralnB will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M
Arrive ?*caarleston coo A. M. (Mondays ex
X?nd??eave Charleston 8.00 P. M., fjrjH
"nata leavingio.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion S New W, via Richmond and Acqula
%?Vf??r EftXto?i have
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or Via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBiDAYby this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATDBDAY remain SUN.
DAY In WUmlngton, N. C.
This IB the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and No thweat, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ? S0L
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Agent, may21
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PERIEN JB in repairing Weighing Scales of
every description, would aoUclt publie patronage
in teference to said work. _
1^ erenceB: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay; Messrs. H. Bischoff 4 Ca,Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Themas A. Baynard,
Public Adjuster or Weights ^d MeasureP.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct6-2tnoB Charleston. 8.0.
Tl MEDICINE CHESTS, .
1YJL Physicians'Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Oases
For sale by DB. H. BAFR,
, No. 181 Meeting Btrecu I
(Skocmeit t?gpors, SFt.
Kita and half kita MESS MAOKEP.EL
Kits and half cits Ko. 1 Mackerel
Kita and half kita No. l Salmon *
.^Keggi Dutch Herrings
Boxes i ; od QB h . ,
Boxes Scaled Berringa.
For sale by D. PAUL A CO... ,
oo tis-fatua No. 47 Broad street.
J^ULTON MARKET BEEF, ?fcc.
P. M. BEEF, very fine (In half bola.)
Smoked Tongues -
. Smoked Beef
Finest N. T. Bacon Strips.
For sale by O. PAUL A CO.,
octl8-fsto3_No. 47 Broad street.
QOALl COAL1 GOAL.!,, LANDING.
426 tons Genuine Red Ash EGG for parlor use;
Stove and Chestnut for Cooking Ranges; also,
White ash for Steam Engines and Foondertes, by
applying to si F. p. SEIGNIOR'S. Coal Tard,
octic Corner East Bay and Hasel street. ?
1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
n i*^ tons NO. i Peruvian, Chincha and Go ana pe
GUANO. For sale by . . . .
HERMANN BU LW INK LE.
0013 Kerr1* Wharf. .
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. For sale
by HERMANN BUr.WlNKLE,
octa _ Kerr's Wharf.
pOOD FOB THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS -"'
YOUNG SHAD. >
- The Cheapest and bett Food tn existence, io
I whole, naives and quarter boxes';
PAUL B. LALANE A CO., t
I Na 176 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C., Sole Agents.
Liberal dlrconnttothe trade, i-.j ?t)plM??s
IJORH 8. D U.?'H???I ' ?- .
For purity and strength, ls un equalled. AH house?
keepers who use lt once will have no other. Ask
your Grocer for it, and tate nb other. Wholesale
by OTTO F. WEITEBS.
ILS O N'S ?EOOEEY.
WILSON'S GROCERY is now offering the mont
I carefully selected stock cf LIQUORS to be round
I In this,city. " ?.? ; ? ;
They.nave been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, and their purity endeared by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston. ?
Parties desiring a pare article can always rely
on Liquors sold from this establishment ?nd
recommended. ?.. ' .I [ ":
A full supply of low grades on hand.
jg- Address Box So. 863. ...,]%^\\-.
A L i B u T rrTi iVB;.!
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. -vj
For sale low at WILSONS' G BO
No, 807 Klug
All Goods Delivered Promptly.
CANNED PEACHES I O A N.NED
180 dozen 2 and 8 lb, CANNED PRACHEV
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCER?,
No. SOO Kio g street.
Sg*All Goods delivered free. ~t 1
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNED TO?
700 dosen 2 lb canned TOMATOES.
For sale low at wiLso Nh' GROCERY,
No. soe King street.
mr AU Goods dell re red free.
g Y BU Pl SYBTJP1 STB UP 1'
GOLDEN SYRUP, es cents a g allon.
No, so? King street.
Ag* All Goods deUvered free. . .. ....
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS, .:
Warranted to ?shit the palates and the pocketa
of the million. WILSONS' O ROC BEY,
.?a sos King street. .
jg*AU Goods delivered free. . . .. . :" ^
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMONT
SPICED SALMON. .
-- 199 ' ' " L
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL i i ?a
For sale low at WILSONS'GROCERY,
No. sos King streets
ag-All Goods deUvered free._i ? .. .- ?
NEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
Ns. 806 King street,
jg* All Goods delivered free. " -??ps
tTPtgije at iPi)ole6ttlt.
fjl RUSSES, T~
SUPPORTERS, . - .: >
The undersigned, representing one of the largest
Manufacturers m the United States, offer* to the
TRADE AND TS PHYSICIANS a full Line Ol the
LATESTIMPROVEMENT3 In the above articles
at Low Prices,
CONSISTING IN FAST or :
Nickle Plated Steel and Brass Spring SINGLE
AND DOUBLE TRUSSES.
Ball and Socket Key-Pad single and Double
French Improved Pad Single and Double Trasses.
French Improved Pad, Soft and Hard Pad-Light
Spring, Single and Double Trasses.
Rochet Pad, Soft and Hard Pad, Single and liable
Improved Radical Oura Men and Tooths' single
and Double Trasses.
Kid and Chamois Lined Self-adjusting single and
Chase's Improved Pad single and Doable Trasses.
Reversible Hard and Soft Pad single and Donble.
Nickle Plated and Ivory Egg Pad Single and Don?
Common Right, Left and Double Trusses.
Youths' and Children's sin gie and Double Tresses, ?
In great variety.
Fitch's, London and Improved Abdominal Belt
United States Anny and Navy Patent Hand-Made'
Silk Thread and Cotton Suspensories.
Male and Female Shoulder Braces-Elastic, Steel.
Springs and Suspenders.
Rabbit Skin Chest Protectors. .
Elastic Stockings, Kneecaps and Anklets, m Silk'
Thread and Cotton.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
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CHABLCBTON, S. O. . ..."