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VOLUME IX.-_NUMBER 2070 CHARLESTON, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 18^2._EIGHT DOLL4HS A YEAR.
GLEAMS OF BOTE.
THE POWES OE THE UNION LEAGUES
BROKEN AT LAST.
Independence of the Colored Voters
Perry Beaten In tbe Pou rt ti District
Probable Election of a Conservative
Solicitor In Riebland.
[?PKCI AL TRL2GRAK TO THE NEWS.]
^ COLUMBIA, Friday, October 18.
? Tbe election returns hore are still conflict .
Hpng, and the chief matter ol Interest to tbe
Brwh.lt? people bas been the solid torah lp in this
^ circuit, and Perry's race in tbe Fourth Con?
gressional District. N- B. Barnwell, the In?
dependent candidate for solicitor of this (the
filth ) circuit, a son of Professor B. B. Barn?
well, and a number one man, ls believed
to be elected by two or three hundred
majority over Rankle, the Regular Radi?
cal nominee. In Lexington, Barn weira
majority is reported at 1700. Bunkle's j
majority In this county is 342. Thompson,
Minott, Cords and Gilmore, all oolored, hare
bean elected as members of the Legislature
from this oouoty. The accepted opinion here
n*w ls, ?hat Wallace liss beat Perry for Con?
gress by%om 1200 to 1300 majority. Wallace's
majority In Fairfield ls placed at 1600, In Ches?
ter 1200, In Laurens 600. Many colored peo?
ple Toted for Perry In Fairfield, but the whites
did not turn out. From the returns received
here lt ls believed that Blythe has beat W. H.
Perry for the sollcltorship of tbe Eighth
(Orr's) Circuit by 600 or 700 msjorlty. Perry
was the Conservative candidate. The Con?
servative majority In Spartanburg bas been
Increased several hundred.
The Conservative ticket, headed by Hope for
tbe Senate, has been elected from Lexington
over both the Bolters and the Regolar Radical
ticket. There ls a general feeling of encourage
ment among the whites there as to the result ol j
the election on account ot the Independence
shown by the oolored voters. The power of
the leagues seems broken, and it ls confident?
ly expressed on all hands that an honest ticket
will stand a fair chance In the future.
THE RESULT IN MARION.
Defeat of .the Fallon Ticket-Blues Car.
rles tbs County.
[SnOUL TEL tl ? BAX TO THE NEWS.]
MARTON, October 18.
The returns indicate the election of the Reg?
ular Republican county ticket, by about one J
hundred majority. Hoses has carried Marion
by about one hundred and fifty majority.
Many boys voted, and will be prosecuted
for lt. - - ;
A Bad Baslneis-The Democrats and
Bolter? Beeten in Marlon.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS.]
MARION, October 18-P. M.
The o?olal vote A Marion County, all the
polls br?g heard .rom, ls as follows : Regular
tioket 2402, Bolte rs* ticket 2236; majority for
Regular ticket 166. The oounty Republican
ticket ls elected by the same majority, the
Democrats Toting with the Bolters.
THE TOTE TN KERSHAW.
A Radical Victory-The Bolters Speak
of a Contest.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS.]
CAMDEN, October 18.
The vote in Kershaw Is as follows: Moses
1318, Tomllnson 1013, Balney, for Congress,
2209, Cain 1342, L. E. Johnson, for Congress,
977. Total number of Totes 2372. The Regu?
lars elect their entire ticket by a Utile more
than three hundred majority. The Bolters
speak of contesting the election, as two old j
precinta were not opened at which they [
would have received a considerable number
THE ELECTION TN WILLIAMSBURG.
Hoses and Bis Ticket Get Nearly all
tbs Vote-Tbe Constitutional Amend?
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
KIN'GSTREE, October 17.
The eleellon In Williamsburg passed off very
imetiy. Moses and his tioket got nearly all
lie vote. The general result ls not yet de-j
dared. ?At KlngBtree there was about 400 j
, Totes, 890 of which are for Moses. The con-j
itutlonal amendments were favored by all.
fery few Conservatives voted, and no Inter
; was felt In the election.
A SMALL TOTE IN SUMTES.
Tbe ttegulor Ticket Elected All tbe
Way Throng h.
[FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
. ' SUMTER, October 17.
Tue Regular State ticket bas received the
majority of Totes In the county. The Begular |
county and legislative ticket ls elected. Balney
bas received the majority of Totes lo the
county for Congressman. Coghlan for sheriff |
on the Bolters' tioket runs ahead of his ticket.
Neither ticket reserved tue support ol the
white Toter*. A rall rote was not polled-say
about 1200. There were no disturbances.
Everything quiet. My returns are for the
town poll only.
?by of the Amendments-aloses Carries
t?e County and Whipper Whipped
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ]
GRAHAMTILLE, October 17.
In this county Moses received 10 votes to
every 1 given tor Tomllnson, and the Smalls
(Begular) tioket is elected. A J. Banaler, the
Begular candidate, received the majority of
votes for Congressman. Melton, tor attorney
general, and Wiggins, for sollctor of the cir?
cuit, ran ahead of their-tickets. Very few
whites Voted, and they, generally, the Bolt?
er's ticket. The general support of the oolor?
ed voters was given to Moses for Governor
and what; ls known in the oounty as the
*'SmaluVs" tioket But.I think lt bas received
enough Totes to carry it In the county. The
constitutional amendments did not seem to
be generally understood by the negroes. lu
many cases they would not Tote upon them
at all. But they have?* majority ot the Tote.
I Quite a lull Tote was polled. There was no
' disturban ce. The elections were very quietly
I The folio wi og ls the result of the Toting at
Wk Governor-P. J, Moses 176, Beuben Tomlin- j
son 15, Bobert Smalls 1. Lieutenant-Govern
or-B. H. Cleaves 176, J. N. Hay ne H. Sec?
retary o? State-H. P. Hayne 176, M. B. Allen
6. Attorney-general-S. W. Melton 178, J.
T.Greens. State treasurer-F. L. Cardozo
176, Sx J. Gary 6. Comptroller-general-3.
L. Hogans, J. 8. Murray 5. Superintendent
of education-J. K. Jlllson 176, B. L. Roberts
6. Adjutant and Inspector general-H. W.
Purvis.176, P. E. Ezekiel 6. Congressman at
large-R. H. Cain 176, L. E. Johnson 6.
Congressman, oecond Congressional District
I -A. t. Banaler 176, Wm. Gurney 5. Solicitor
I Second Circuit-P. L. WlggluBl81. Senate
Robert Smalls 175, W. J. Whipper 20; Peter
Powe! 1. Representatives-Hastings Gantt
176, Samuel Green 176, Thomas Hamilton 176,
Rv" B. Myers 177, J. D. Robertson 177, 8. J.
Barnfield 176, J. B. Basoomb 176, J. 8. Over
street 19. 8herlff- Wm. Wilson 176, Pierson
Peoples 9. Clerk of court-H. G. Judd 186, A.
Williams 5. Probate judge-R. E. Carlton
177, J. H. Tonklng 4. School commissioner
T. E. Miller 177, George Harris 6. County
commissioner-George Waterhouse 177, P.
Pritchard 177, Seaborn Drayton 177. Coroner
THE VOTE AT BLACKVILLE.
Bolters Get Fifty Totes Oat of Two
Hundred and Seventy,
[FROM ora OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
BLACKVILLE, October 17.
The following is a correct statement of the
vote polled at this precinct: Governor-Moses
275, Tomllnson f?0. LleuteDant-Governor
Cleaves 270, Hayne 39. Secretary of State
Hayne 273, Allen 37. Attorney-General-Mel?
ton 274, Green 40. Treasurer-Cardozo 270,
Gary 45. Comptroller-General-H?ge 274,
Murray 38. Superintendent of Education
JUleon 274, Roberts 39. Adjutant-General -
Parvis 272, Ezekiel 37. Congress, Second
'Congressional District-Banaler 265, Gurney
49. Congressman nt Large-Cain 174, John?
son 38. Solicitor-Wiggln 273. Stale Sen?
ate-Smith, white, 280; Brown, colored, 32.
Representatives- Norland, white, 277; Don
can, white, 54; Middleton, colored, 273; Harris,
colored, 167; Nix, colored, 131; Sumpter, col?
ored, 28; Mayer, oolored, 254. Sheriff
Walker, white, 3-19. Clerk-Norland, white,
309. Probate Judge-Mlxson, white, 189; Wil?
son, white, 47. School Commissioners-Mid?
dleton, colored, 275; Horener, white, 88
County Commissioners-Cloy, white, 273;
Calhoun, white, 78; Cave, colored, 249; Hewitt,
white, 84; Robinson, colored, 298. Coroner
Patterson, white, 305. Independent candi?
dates: Probate Judge-Hoy, white, 115.
Representatives-Aldrich, white, ll; Allen,
oolored, 10. Clerk-Eaves, white, 35. The
constitutional amendments received 237 yeas,
THE ELECTION IN MARLBORG'.
All One Way-Hoses has About 1600
[FROM QOS OWN CORRESPONDENT ]
BENNETTSTILLE, October 1?,
The Begular (Moses) ticket Is elected in this
county by 1600 majority. Only one county
and legislative ticket was lo the field, the
Moses, but there was one Independent candi?
date for sheriff. The Radical county ticket ls
elected by 1800 majority. Tbe Begular Radi?
cal candidate for Congress, Balney, bas 1200
msjorlty. T. W. Allen, of the county ticket for
clerk, ran ahead of bis ticket about 200 votes.
The whites voted "spilt" tickets, (those who
did vote,) or rather voted tickets ol their own,
with the best men, two or three, upon them.
The general support ol the colored voters was
given to the Begular (Moses) ticket. The
constitutional amendments received a ma?
jority of voles In ihe county. A lull cotored
vc te was polled, und about one-third ol the
wblteB voted. There was no disturbance of
No Belter Ticket In the Field-Very
Few Whites Tarn Oat at All.
[FROM OUR OWN C jRRBSPONBDBNT.l
BENNKTTSVILLE, October 17.
No tickets were furnished by the Boilers,
and the voters who were for them had lo pre?
pare their own tickets. But very lew were
cast. The vote was mainly a negro vote; very
lew whites voted; so that the split ls scarcely
worth counting. T. W. Allen (clerk) and
John Wesley Smith, (probate judge) both
white, were voted for by the Conservatives,
and ran ahead. The whites, as a class, did
not vote, except a very small proportion. A
full vote was ?ot polled. No disturbances
of any kind; the negroes had everything their
own way, and therefore nothing to quarrel
about. The county paper makes the following
The Tomllnson State ticket received such a
weak support in this county that we deem lt
useless to notice the Sta*e election, the Moses
ticket receiving a very large majority. There
was, in the returns given, no opposition, only
fer the offices of sheriff and solicitor for tbe
Fourth Circuit-Messrs. Mclnnisand Shaw be?
ing Indepeudentc andldates. Solicitor, D. D.
Mc Joli 1207; h ouse of representatives, Jacob
Allman 1066, Dudley P. McLanrlul059; sheriff,
J. H. Jones 1178; clerk of court, T. W. Allen
1508; judge of probate, J. Wesley Smith 1297;
school commissioner, Frank Hasel 1145; coun?
ty commissioners, C. T. titybba 1148, Edward
Miles 1148, Joel L. Easterliog 1159; coroner,
John Bristow 1156. Independent candidates
Solicitor, Major A J. Shaw 326; sheriff, S. J.
THE EIBE FIEND,
A Long Array or Destructive Fires.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS.]
MARION C. H., October 18.
The store sud stock of J. Moody, who mer?
chandises six miles north of this town, was
totally destroyed by fire on Tuesday night.
Loss about eight thousand dolara, partially
covered by sixty-six hundred dollars Insur?
ance. The fire was certainly the work ol in?
The gin-house of Captain W. S. Moore, of
York County, was burned on Tuesday last,
with some twenty bales of cotton. Tbe fire
was caused by the spindle ot the brush wheel
becoming heated. The Hut room was filled
with loose cotton, which burnt like powder.
Captain Moore and Bobert Drennan, who
were both In the house at tne timo, narrowly
escaped with their live?, so Instantaneous was
the. flash of the fire In all directions.
The gin-bouse of Mr. E. J. , Ll?e, together
with Its contents and sixteen bales of cotton,
were destroyed by fire, on Wednesday morn?
ing last, about seven o'clock. The gin WSB In
motion at the lime, and the fire was first dis?
covered In the lint room. The cause is not
definitely known, but suspicions point lo In?
The gin-house of Mr. Beuben Hay, near
Hartsvlile, was destroyed by fire one day last
week. Supposed to have been the work of an
On Thursday last, about two o'clock in the
day, the grist mill, cotton press and gin of Mr.
James P. Chase, was totally destroyed by fire!
We learn that Mr. Chase was partially Insured!
Th? dwelling house occupied by Mr. R. N.
Miller, at Wllllstou, was destroyed by fire on
Sunday last. The household effects were
saved mainly through the exertions of the
colored folks, who also rescued a lady, Mrs. J.
8. Burckbalter, who was confined to her bed
from Illness. There was no Insurance on the
DEATH OF A BISHOP.
BALTIMORE, October 18.
The Bight Bev. Michael O'Connor, lormerly
Bishop ot Pittsburg, died this morning, at
Woodstock College, near this city.
THE TBEASURT BALANCES.
WASHINGTON, October 18.
The balance in the United States treasury
at the close of business to-day was-In cur?
rency, five millions; ooln, seventy-seven and
one-half millions; coin certificates, twenty
four and one-hal f millions. 1
THE COTTON OUTLOOK.
REPORT OF TUE AGRICULTURAL BU?
REAU FOR OCTOBER
The Ravagea of the Caterpillar and the
fClftct of the Drought.
WASHINGTON, October 18.
The following ls a synopsis of the statement
of the department ol agriculture upon the con?
dition of cotton lu October : "The cotton pros?
pects has undergone serious chances since
the September report. Tbe weather bas been
generally favorable for picking. No violent
storms are reported, and the drought has not
prevailed, the rain fall In nearly all the
cotton States exceeding two Inches In Septem,
ber, Florida alone reporting fully four
Inches, and Tennessee three. The devasta?
tions of the caterpillar have extended farther
North, even Into North Carolina, and have
involved the top crop partially, and In many
places wholly. The Influence of the drought
In the later summer months has been cumula
tive In Its effect, and exhausted vitality ls more
apparent than lu September, yet there are
districts which report exemption from this pre?
mature decay, and promise enhanced results,
the effect of fertilizers in advancing the open?
ing in the Atlantic States. The continued
effort of worms ls shortening the season ef
growth and will greatly hasten the close ol
picking. In some places the crop Is already
gathered, and In many others the fields will
be clean early In November. The general
average of condition ls reduced from ninety
one In the first week of September to eighty
two in October-lo October last year the
average was seventy-six, which was a mate?
rial reduction from tbat of the present month.
It will be seen that the condition ls still
placed higher than In last year's report for
October, while the ai ea, according to
June returns, was thirteen per cent,
greater. The Slate averages are .as follows:
Virginia 87, North Carolina 90, South Carolina J
86, Florida 76, Georgia 88, Alabama 82, Missis?
sippi 78, Louisiana 72, Texas 85, Arkansas 75,
Tennessee 90. The local disparity existing in
the condition of cotton Is perhaps more
marked than usual. Of the two counties In
Alabama producing most largely, both to?
gether yielding one-ninth of the cotton In the
State, Montgomery reports one hundred and
Dallas filly. In Georgia Dawson, the first in
amount of production, returns one hundred,
while Sumter and Lee, both large in produc?
tion, give only sixty-six. Io Mississippi a few
prominent counties report high condition
Wsshlcgion 66, Madison 66, Warren 65 and
Hinds 60, wnlie Marshall and Claiborne re?
THE RADICAL JUBILEE,
Speeches by the Bigwigs, wbo Promise
all Planner of Pretty Things
The Radical Regulars had au Impromptu
merry-making in Columbia on Wednesday
night. The following paragraphs are taken
from the Union's report:
After music by Thompson's band. General
Elliott Introduced Hon. F. J. Moses, Jr., as
unquestionably the Governor elect of tiouta
Carolina. General Moses, os.masting hie ap- <
pearance, was loudly cheered. He staled that |
ll gave him pleasure to appear belore the He
-puollcaus ot Richland County, who had ac?
quitted themselves so Dooly lu the election,
and congratulated them that despite the trai?
tors within our ranks, and the ene?
mies without, ihe party had preserved
Hs unity, and administered au over?
whelming defeat to Hs opponents. From tho
mountains to the seaboard the news has
flashed along the wires that the Stale rene WB
Hs pledges to a tree, republican form of
government. Those whom we have had to
meet on the stump havo set up the audacious
claim lo a monopoly ol honesty and vlnue,
have shown themselves willing to Bell them-|
selves to their enemies for Democratic votes.
He had made no pledges to our opnonents.
Hoped the era of good feeling had dawned,
when the two races would put away all enmity
and dwell together tn peace and harmony.
He would see that no white mau was wronged,
and no colored man oppressed. The humblest
citizen should have all his rights. He also
pledged himself to an economical and honest
administration ol the government, and should
try to meru their approval, and hoped they
would oe able to say, "Well done, good and
Judge S. L. H?ge, comptroller-general elect,
was next Introduced, aud made a very effec?
tive speech. He closed with au exhortation
to stand by the party, and to vote lor Grant
and Wilson in November next.
JUDGE XACKEY'S SPEECH.
Judste T. J. Mackey was the next Bpeaker.
He Bald he was not one of ihe successful can?
didates, but be rejoiced with those who were
successful, and for whose success he had la?
bored. "We have met the enemy, ? and they
are ours." It ls well to send up our rockets
to the beavens. We sent np our rockets yes?
terday at the ballot-box, and to-night Tomlln
son and his followers see stars. With the pa?
tronage of the General Government against
us, and the wealth ol the State against
us, we have achieved a glorious victory. That
victory bas come (rom the united efforts oi the
laboring men. They have spoken out of tbelr
poor and humble homes, and their triumph Isas
brilliant as lt ls deserved. He spoke of the
exceeding bitterness of the Bolters in the
campalen, and their boasts that they would
carry the State by twenty thousand. They
had ingloriously foiled. Henceforth lhere
should be a reign of law. Tue humblest man
would not be too low to be protected, the
highest to be reached by the law. Hence?
forth if the Ku-Klux whistle blows it will be
answered by the law. This victory assured
the election ola Republican: senator In place
of Saw ver, woo had betrayed the party which
gave bim position. He closed by paying a
high tribute to the efficiency and success of I
Hon. B. B. Elliott, chairman of the Republi?
can executive committee, and said that this
grand result was largely due to his labors.
SPEECH OF GOVERNOR SCOTT.
Alter the crowd bad enjoyed more music
and set off a quantity of fireworks, his Excel?
lency, Governor R. E. Scott, was introduced,
and was received with great enthusiasm. He
took pleasure lu mingling his voice with those
who had already spoken Tn their rejoicing over
the victory just gained. Notwithstanding the
course of those who had hitherto belonged In
and worked with the Republican party, in
golog over to our enemies at last, yet they bad
been disastrously beaten. He paid a high
compliment to the abilities of General Moses,
and believed he and lils friends on the ticket |
would fulfil all their pledges to the party, and
accomplish all the reforms promised In their
platform. He hoped the era of bitterness had
passed away, and that the future would show
greater harmony and peace. He believed If
all would do their duty and help the adminis?
tration, Instead of trying to destroy lt, they
would have a good government, and one that
would be a credit to thc State. He made an
parnest appeal lo support Grant and Wilson in
November. He was repeatedly cht ered.
NOTES FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, October 18.
Ex-Governor LUCIUB Fairchild, of Wisconsin,
has been appointed United Stales consul at |
Liverpool, vice Dudley, resigned.
John A. Whitmore ls appointed postmaster at
Sumter, South Carolina.
Comme oner Lull, of the navy, bas been or?
dered to relieve Captain Hatfield from the
command of the Nicaragua surveying expe?
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
-A Newport special says that the officers of J
the revenue seized a large lot of cigars, smug?
gled loto the country from Havana ou the
schooner Pioneer, of New London, Conn. \
-The Baptist Conference tabled a resolution
censuring a pastor who allowed open com?
?TOTTINOS ABOUT THE STATS,
-Joba Hanzog, a yoong maa at Ur.
Wabler'a Baloon, shot himself very aerlousiy
laBt Saturday night. It waa entirely acci?
dental, the pistol exploding In his breeches
pocket, the ball pasBltig down the leg and en?
tering the foot Just about the ansi* joint.
-Mr. James Jones, one ol the moat enter?
prising farmers In Fairfield County, raised this
year, on seven acres of river.bottom land,
seven hundred and eleven and -a quarter
bushels coro, eighteen thousand pounds fod?
der, and the land Is now covered with pump?
-A correspondent writing from Pomarla, to
the department ol agriculture, Washington,
represents that exclusive cotton culture is
giving place to mure diversified production.
In evidence that this section' ls adapted to
the growing of grasses, he states that io May
last, from two and a hall acres of stiff, red
upland, he cut one thousand pounds ot flo? red
clover hay. His success bas occasioned v$u
extensive demand tn this region tor red clo?
-A very serious accident ? happened last
Suudayto Mr. W. T. Light loot, as he aaa
driving out, near Oiaogeburg, with his lamily,
very nearly resulting in the death ot one or
more of the part lee. While on a btldge the
horse snled and stepped off the. bridge, carry?
ing with him the buggy, in which were seated
Mr. and Mrs. Ltghuoot, together with three
cniidreu and a niece 01 Mr. Lightfoot. The
water was quite deep lOnougn to haye
drowned them, und possibly wuuid have dope
so, had it nut been fur some colored men who
drove up at the moment, hud rescued then,
from the perilous posiliou they Were occupy?
ing under the upturned wag*?.
-An incident characteristic or the law
ablolug spirit of the rising generation took
place ut the "courthouse bus." in Conimbla' o'n
Wednesday. A naif grown colored boy, with
a basket ou bis arm, wus Watching several .
others about his own age reading I ballots. He
wutched the proceedings awhile, mtu caliea
out to the others, "Come out ol that boys_
Jes' go; 'ape?i wey'll he 'cough young niggers
got m the penitentiary for voting to-day .'"
-Barnwell ls lo have a town hall. The Sons
ol Temp?rance have - taken tue maller lu
-OD Monday last Mr. Erasmus Kervln, of
Darlington, lost one of his chudreu, a little
boy, lu a most distressing manner. The utile
fellow lu some way got caught in a cotton gin
and was iqro to pieces. His falber was abaeui
irom home at the time attending court. . ?
-The Qovernor has appointed W. H. Greene
a trial.justice for Cnarleaton"County, and
James ft, Forrest a notary public Tor Edge
-A dispatch received on Thursday by Mar?
shal Wallace stales ibat, at Dom's Mine, Abbe?
ville Cuuuiy, ou election day, Jacob Brown,
colored, was allied.
-The resignations ol H. C. Corwin, auditor
oi Newberry County; J. ti.Mobley, auditor of
Duion Couuty, and (J. Smith, auditor ol Marlon
County, wer? accepted by me Qovernor on I
the 15th instant. ? The parties named were
elected to the General Assembly on the lol
COMPARATIVE COHOS STATEMENT.
. . NKW YORK, October 18.j^
The comparative cotton statement for the
week ls as follows: .
.?:.?.. 1872. Uhf
Receipts at all ports for the Week.. 94,093 82,369
Receipts tor tue current ?ear io'
date...7.41 a, eeo 272,654
Exporta xor tao week.,... ?s,9<2 au,4u0
Expuns for UM- outrent yew. u>
. date.140.898 101,407
j tock at au ?. a. p rm.wu, is j ist,i?2
stock at lutetlor towns. 1,498 38 8U
Stock ut Liverpool.681,000 413,000
american conon afloat for Qi eat
Britain. 85,000 43.000
A HINT TO BOUTWELL.
PHILADELPHIA, October 18.
At an Informal meeting of merchants, held
lo-day at the Philadelphia Chamber ot' Com?
merce the following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That the meeting ot merchants,
manufacturers and bankers ol' Philadelphia be
held en the 21st, at the Chamber of Commerce,
lo consider the expediency ot petitioning
Secretary Boulwell lo relieve the money
market by purchasing forty lour million dol?
lars of Interest bearing debt, with the like
amount ol legal lenders retired by Secretary
TOE WEATHER THIS DAT.
WASHINGTON-, October 18.
On the lower lakes und In tne Middle and
Western Beales rlsiag barometer, light north?
erly io westerly winds, clearing weather, but
with little coudlneBB or rain on Saturday; In
the South Atlantic states; winds wlih gene?
rally clear weather, aud iu the Middle States
with light northeasterly winds northwest, and
on the upper lakes prevailing northerly, and
westerly winds und clear weather extendlog
also through the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys.
A WRECK IB TBE PACIFIC.
BAN FRANCISCO, October 18.
The British Iron ship Acaho, one hundred
and ninety-nine days trom Liverpool, went
ashore twenty miles south ot the heads in a
log this evening, and ls a total loss.
THE WOBTH OF ALIVE NEWSPAPER.
ST. LOUIS, October 18.
Two-thirds o? the EvenlDg Dispatch o? this
city was sold by W. H. McHenry to Robert
Barclay on the basis of one hundred and
twenty thousand dollars lor the whole paper.
Barclay previously owned one-third of the
THE KENTUCKY RACES.
LEXINGTON, KT., October 18.
Lexington won ihe first race in 2.41 J, 2.4.14,
2.43. Aita won the second in 2.34,2.32, 2.36.
-The Hon. John V. Creeley, the mem?
ber o? Congress irom the Second District
of Philadelphia, Pa., ls reported as missing,
and his absence ls attributed to proleaslonal
defalcations. The Philadelphia Ledger say s a
suit was entered In August last, io whlcn Mrs.
Mary Fearon charges mat John V. Creeley ob?
tained irom her certain bonds acquired from
the estate of her deceased husband, and that
thoae bonds have been illegally transferred to
other parties for the use and benefit ol' Mr.
Creeley. The bill further prays that Creeley
be compelled to give her these bonds. He
was required, on special injunction, on Sep?
tember 25th, io answer in eight days, but as
yet no answer has been made. The local
papen, lo this connection, do not state that
Mr. Creeley has absconded.
-A strange occurrence (says Gallgnanl)
has Just taken place at Antwerp, AS ihe
chaplain of the prison, M. Vau Arsen, was
leaving ihe Church ol bi. Carlo Borromeo, a
mau came up aud asked him li he would buy
a poignard, which he held out The prlesi,
greatly surprised, replied that he could not
find any use lor the weapon. Un which the
other said: "Then I will give lt to jon for
nothing," and In the calmest manner Imagi?
nable, aud without any excitement, plunged
the blade deep loto tne clergyman's breast.
He next drew out the implement and took to
flight into the church. But on the wounded
man uttering a loud cry, some passers-by pur?
sued the fugitive and took him into custody.
He turned out to be a man of dissolute chanc?
er named Hume, aged forty-two, and could
not assign any motive for th 1B extraordinary
aggression. Hopes are entertained o? M. Van
Arsen 'a recovery.
-The delegates to the Irish Catholic Benev?
olent Union, in session In Philadelphia, attend?
ed a complimentary concert last evening,
given by the Catholic Phllopatrlan Institute.
The address of welcome was delivered by J.
D. O'Brien, and was responded to by the Hon.
M. W. Hogan, or BL Louis, and the Bev.
Father Boonoy, of Louisville.
Receipts by RaUroad, October ll. .
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
18?T balea cotton. 181 balea of goods, loo' bbls
floor/10: cars-stock. TO RaUroacUgent, a tr
Williams A co, Pangie A Son, sloans; Selgnions
A J Salinas, G fl Walter A co, W O Oonrteuf y A
? co, E Q Frost* co,TrenholmASon. Mowry A
Son, A B Mulligan, W W Smith Wm Gurney, cald
well A Mon, A S Smith, W B smith A co. RC
Sharp. Wagener A Mooaee?, W H Jones A co,
Lesesne Awella, W PDowllng. Murdaugh A- Week?
ly, JohnBLon, Crews A co. Kinsman & Howell, L
D DeSausBure, Reeder A Da vi?, nd others.
NOBTHX ASTBKN RAILROAD.
228 bales upland cotton, 1 har sea Island cotton,
?8 bois spirits turpentine 862 bbls rosin, cars of I
lamber, bbls whiskey, tobacco, mdse Ac To J
F clattery, E H Frost A co. w K Ryan, TP Smith,
A S Smith, O R Holmes, Geo W Williams A oo
Caldwell A Sou, Barden A Parker, TroDholm ?
Son, 'Welldon A Jones, fi' wiuts, Kavenel A co
Pelter, Rodgers Aco.-H Klatte A co. Kinsman A
Bowell, O F Le vr.'Qa ac senti ti sh, Ea' ill A co. S u
Stoney, Gaillard A M lulu. Street Bros A co, Dr fi
R hm; th, Wi ti o Bros, A J Salinas, Prloele A Son,
Wilcox,- Gibbs AcO, Mowry A Son, E O Daly, J H
Billen, ? Welling;-Railroad Agent, Order, and
' 8 AV AN KAU AND CHARLESTON RAH. ROAD.
19 bigs sea leland and 1B7 bales upland cotton,
800 c-uihela rough rice. 112 bblsr- ain, lscars lum?
ber and mdse' To Fraser & Dill, W O Bee A' co,
J R Pringle a San, Witte Bros, ward law A Carew,
J H Billen, Peter McQueen, wmiden A Jones,
Crawley A Dehon. B Feldmann A- co, F D Ol
Kracke, R R Budglns A co, E H Frest A co, R
Mare A co, ll Albrecht, Laur?y, Alexander A co,
chase A Cnttino. W A Mehrten?, Bardlo & Parker,
W P Dowling, Kin man A Howell, Jos A Ens
low A co, Sehr Juo Hancock, and others.
noon's BBtASasV. r.
New Moon, 2d. io honrs li minutes, morning.
First Quarter. S.n. 8 hoars, 44 minute?..evenlug.
Prill Muon. I6:h lo noms, 18 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. 24th. S hours. 84 minutes, morning.
New Moon. 3ist, a hoars, 42 minutes, evening.
B. * S.
Per steamship Charleston, from New York
Jno Coffre. Mrs Tay.or and na ree. Mrs Costar and
nurse, Mrs Oauluow, Mrs J B Steele Hrs 0 M
Smith. Jno Ackers, Hiss Kate Dulllvsn, Jno Hy ms,
A Block, J Domino, J D Irwin, W T Davidson, J A 1
Mooshcer, Admiral rraylor. S W Taylor, Frank;
Bawley 'mos Dempsey, J Milronev, ul . un
ham and wile, Miss M F Dont am, Miss E A Don?
ham, M Usc T Dunham. J B Connolly and wile,
J S Bent, 0 A Bent, D N Cam mary, J Colton and
Wire, aod aix In steerage.
Per B team ar Pilot Boy, norn Savannah via
Beaufort, Ac-S B Anger, A Mt-ciennan, O Bell, T
MAXIMS XE rs.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0..... .OCTOBER 19, 1873.
Lat 80 deg 46 min 88 BOC | Lon '.'9 deg 67 min 27 set.
Steamship Charleston, Ben y, New York-left
ism instant. Mdse. To Jas Adger A-co, A M
Adger, J Apple, u A Amma, U ? A Ashton, J E
Adger 4 co, C D Abreos A co, Mrs H Armstrong,
U Bise ho tr A co, T M bristol I <k co, Edwin B itea
A co, E t Brown, B Boyd, WM Blid A co, Boll
mann Bro-, Bennett A co, Bown A Kncae, Jno.
uampsen A co, chase A Cat tin a, 1. Chap?n, Cohen
A Wells, Crane, fcoylston A co, L Conen A co,
W U Lhafee A co, Cameron, Earkley A co, C cia
Clus, Henry Cobla A co, P Darcy, H A Due A co,
EU&B broj, Egaeneaoh A co, John F Fairly A
CO, a A B M r?game, D Fitz Gibbon. FurcDgott,
Benedict A co, D K Fleming A Co, U G -rata a co,
P L unillennlu, Mis OL Gaoiuieux, cowlam Grave
ley, N A Unat, J u Bad a co, Holmes A Calder,
M rs Howe;!, Uart A co, Jno Burkamp A co, jo. n .
sion, crewM A co, W H Jo ur s A co, Jrflords as co.
Jone Jara. Kinsman A tin a, Kressel A Braudea, J
P Kiep, F Koliiray, Klinck, WlckeLberg A co, a
W Krlete, Lauroy, Alexander A OD, E Lee, J H
Lopez, u J Labs, A Langer, S K MarahaU A co,
fi W Marshall A co, Mantoue A- co. Wm McKay,
McLoy A Hice, W Mancher, Menke, A Muller, J
Marco, ? ri H M Maniguult, Jas Maloney, Jno G
Milaor A co, Wm Mniiblesseu. haonmau ? co,
B K Neafvilie, A M nutz ? u'Nelll A Sons, F L
O'Neill, B O'Neill, J F O'Neiil, J c Ogeman, Port
Koyal Railroad, K W Pieper, Quackeubusu, Estlll
A co, RAvenel, Holmes A co, havenel A co, Robb
A Lawless, J Reil, JT Raymond, Steffens, Werner
A Ducker, Walter Steele, E B stoddard A co, D
.B siicox, S utberu ixpre-s co, arthur Sommer.
W Shepherd A co, R Tnomllnson A co. Tiedeman,
calder a co, M Trlest, Jno F Taylor A co, B
Thompson, 0 Voigt, Walker, Evans A Cogswell,
P Wawh, P B Lalane A co, P Wiueman A co, G W
Williams A co, E u Andrews, c Bart A co, oed A
Sehr Maiy Mankln, Tyler, New Tork-fi days.
OoaL To ti FSweegao. Vessel to stree: Bros
steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah, Beau?
fort, Oblsolm'B and PaciUc Landings. 10 biles
sea laid nd cotton and mdse. To Ravenel, Holmes
A co, D McPherson, Witte Bros, Mrs Louisa
Lowndes, Cameron, Barkley A co.
Boat from Juhn'a leland, io. bags sea Island cot?
ton. To stuney A Lowndes.
Boat from Ohrlsr. church. 8 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Wadmalaw. fi bags aea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. 4 bags sea Island cotton.
To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from St Thomas. 4 bags sea Island oat
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from James Island. 1 bag sea Island cot?
ton. To W Corney.
toat from christ Church. 1 bag sea Island
cotton. To Wm Gurney.
tteceived from Chisolm'a Min. BO tes rice. To
W O Bee A co.
CLEARED TESTE RD AT.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-w
Br bark Ansdell, Key, a port In the United King?
dom-K Mure A eo.
Bark Mary McKee. Sharp, Philadelphia, via St
Mary's River-E KSweegau. - -
Brig Samuel Weich, Fl,ber, Philadelphia-E F
Sehr Adelza, Hankey, Demorara, via Bruns?
wick, Ga-E F .?.weegan.
sehr Lcwta Ehrmann, Fooks, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley. Philadelphia.
Bark Mary McKee, slit rp, Philadelphia, via St
wm fi ry '? River.
sehr David Talbot, Amesbury, Brunswick, Ga.
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, Baltimore.
Sehr E A hooper Dooper, Jacksonville.
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Ballimore.
Sehr Adellza, Bentley, Brunswick, Ga.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, octouer 18.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAFO.
y sw YORK, October 18.
Evening.-Arrived, James Adger.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Br bark Fllle de FAlr, Jones, up.August 27
The Mary Jane, Jones, sailed.Sept 28
The Cormorant, nansen, sailed.August 12
The Emma, Pender, sailed.Sept io
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, sal.ed-.Sept lfi
Span bark Providencia,-, sailed.Sept 20
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, to sall.Oct 1
Bark Be'los, Holm, sailed.Sept 6
ShlpAncUla,-, up.Sept 9
RIO DB JANEIRO.
Br sehr Sparkling Wave, Hocken, sailed. ..Sept fi
Br bark Livingstone, Mc Mullan, Balled.... Sept 24
Sehr Ohas Macarthy, Chase, up....Oct IS
Br brig Loohtmar. Ntckerson, oleared.Oct i
Sehr A E Glover, Terry, up.'...Oct 1
Sehr A H Howe, Medway, cleared.Oct li
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, cleared.Oct lo
.- chr Geo B somes, Pray, up.Oct li
Sehr F Merwin, Pearce, np.Oct K
Sehr Jesse S ciar', clark, up.Oct ic
Sehr Aidana Hokes, Rhodes, up. sept 2(
nm. AD BI. TE IA. rM"'
Sehr Jas Gordon, Ireland, np.oct li
nine wee ta fenoda* morning a?fer Trinity of
typhoid pneumonia,,!* iheTtaixtlM'year of her
age. Mn; Alien Xorn.A, wifeo? J.p. wageiCand
j oangeat daughter Of P. BJ I tad A. J Marchant
leaving a husband, with roar email chlidren, the
'youngest not yenstx months old, aged p rents,
.brother, and sisters, and friends, to moon) Andr
. iJSSftrab.lSiti?8* 8ne ?U?1 ln.the/althrand her
happy spirit has winged Its way to heav&L '
? Tn Memoriam. 7;?" ''
B ms^mVB rar ??.
?&P&l?2&4B& ente** a houaehold
where his gloomy footsteps were jet sull vhdble.
^?^" ?S*"?,u yonngest ?ueav
lDg a fonri mother to mourn as only a mother can
r?P'J?,,?** ,n We has been taken from her;
.fif,.i?nnL?J112we<1 b* the loss of oueor her darno?
E2A?SL.BS Qoa',,wh0 death au things well,"
?Inl ZM ?na*t0 lbe saorn i?mb,cer
iwniy ne? weat waa bes'. He has hnr rnv?n
?thisUttleone, -aear little Sadie!? won?Eternal
Home beyond the siles. lhere w? hope and tiS?
io join IJtafarner, pone before; the.egoinci dajThe
now sorrowing motu? enan sira?i behold lt and
'be forever reunited to her belove* onls iiay this
hhonght com ort the doubly stricken hearif may
ghe recolleos 1 hat herjdarllng ls. now iorever tree
^um,airearth?y pain,' and that the kind hand of
(Providence has Hu removed lt from nu world of
?sin an I conow for some wise purpose, to be for?
ever folded In a loving saviour's arma ?od to be
^yc another link:between her and our. home tn,
;heaven. , . .. w. j
! ^T TEE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES bf Hr. and Urs. GEORGE H. ?SKITH are
requested to' attend tue Fanerai"Servicer orine'
'former, at the Second,Presbyterian OLnrch, THIS
Arran NOON, at roar o'clock. OCtlb
; pm* THE MEMBERS OF ?ORANGE
LODGE, Bo. li A. F. M.. al? requested to attend
?the Funeral Services of their late Brother,
GEORGE H. SMITH, at the Second Presbyterian
church, rms AFTKBKooN, at four o'clock. ? ' .*3
\ By order of the W. M. JOHN B. BEEVES,
pm*TtJE FBIENDS AND ACQUAINT'
ANCE 5 of PAT R I UK. CARROLL and family, are
requested to attend tne Funeral of Ute former,
from No. 18 Magazine street, at 8 o'clock'THUS
AFTBBNOON. ' ecus*"
: Henpens KotkeB. Jl
fiW*ST. STEPHEN'S FREE OHDRCH.
There will be service in this church TO-MOBBOW
Evs.viho, at : o'clock. Mo Service in the Ann.
NOON. ,; ' . '." , . , OCt?
I jSS-THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
be ?pen for Divine Service every SABBATH HOBK?
INS, at hau-past 10 o'clock, corner of Church and
?Water streets, Rev. w. B. YATES, officiating.
: pm* PROPOSALS IN WRIUNG WILL
be received by R. GR AO AM A CO., fur the Man?
ure Deposits of the Mills House stables for Twelve
?Mon?ia.._ _oolia 4
I pmDR. TTJTT'S LITER PILLS ACT
'aa kindly on the most delicate female aa upon thc
post vigorous system. Try them once. . ,
: /ar*FOUR HUNDRED SINGER SEW?
ING MAOHINES Jost received at SING EB WABE-1
ROOMS, King street, near Horlbeck's alley.
.-, 1-l&al-.,, .>-Hm_I , .
SWT SOUTH OAROL1NA LOAN AMD
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their books to
be Credited with Quarter's Interest due 1st Oo?
All Deposits made on or before 20th October,
will bear Interest from 1st October.
interest Six Per Gent., compounded quarterly.
F. A. MITCHELL,
BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
hy the Proprietors at Schiedam, in Holland. An '
Invigorating Tonto and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pare, and ffee rrom al
deleterious substances. It ls distilled rrom Bar.
ley or the finest quality, and the aromatlo Juniper
Berry of Italy, aad designed ^exprea?ly for cases
of Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Cartarrh ol the Blad?
der, Pains in the Back and-Stomach, and ali
diseases or the Urinary Organa. It gives relief
in Asthma, Gravel and Calculi lu the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates t!? e system, and ls
a certain preventative and cure or that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Agna.
CAUTION I-ASk lor '.HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, No. 18 South William street, New York.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF?
FICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10,1872.-Whereat,
by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, lt bas been made to appear that the Bank
or Charleston National Banking Association n
the City or Charleston, in the County or ch?r es
ton and State of South Carolina, has been duly
organized under and according to the require
me nts of the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to
provide a National Currency, seemed by a pied gi
of United states Bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
Junes, 1864, and has complied with all the provl
slont of said Act, required to be complied with
before commencing the business of Banking nu?
der Bald Act.
Now, therefore, L JOBN S. LANGWORTHY
Acting Comptroller of ihe Currency, do hereby
certify that the Bank of charleston National Bank
tog Association, in the City or Charleston, in the
County of charleston ana state of Sooth Carolina,
la authorized to commence the business or Bank?
ing ender the Act aforesaid.
in testimony whereof, witness my hand and
seal or office, this loth day of September, 187a,
J. S. LANG WORTHY,
Acting Comptroller of currency.
j SK AL. J
sm* CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERT FOB
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation hi one
bottle, as easily applied aa water, for restoring to
gray hair lu natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of tho hair and stop Its falling
out. it ia entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and nnpleasani
preparations now tn use. Numerous testimonia;!
have been sent us from many ot our most prom!
uent citizens, some of which are subjoined. Ix
everything in which the articles now tn use an
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect
It la warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt does not SOU tb<
clothes or scalp, -ls agreeably perfumed, am
makes one orthebest dressings lot the Hair li
ase. lt restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and nnlformly than any other preparation,'
and always does so In from three to ten daya
virtually reeding the roeta or the Hair with al
the nourishing qualities necessary to ita gr o wit
and healthy condition; it restores tne decayed
and lndHces a new growth or the Hair mere peal
lively than anything else. The application ol
this wonderful discovery also produces a pleaaani
and cooling effect on the scalp and givesthe Hali
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $11
l??? ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, DB. ^ ^BR?
NO, isl Meeting street, (Jharleston, 8. o.
LINE Schooner li'LLY, Will send io AdgeiT
North' wharf before sunset, err g?od? will be
stored at their rtat. No 'claims allowed oa'.ew
shown to Discharging" aert'^
ootifr-i ROACH A Moppjjiy, ftjijgg
/Bf CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTOS, from New Tort, ?re hereby noti?
fied that ?ne lt discharging ?argo at Adger?*'
.South Wharf. AU Goods uncalled for lt anim!
wm remain on tho wharf-at owners' risk. M . tv
0C119-1.JAME3 ADO ES A CO.. ArtUta.
ISffiSoR HUNDBED SINGER/8?1?
INO ?ACHINES Jost recored at SINGER WARB-'
ROOMS, Elna; B treat, near Boribeck'fl ailey.
oetie-wsS - - :-;-r~+?
pm* WEAK H?JLB13 BTBE??Q^II^SW?r
by the nae Of HALL'S VEGETABLE SIOI tlAS
HAIR RENEWER. OCtlO-StolhSBAW.
i /ar." HABIT, lt' ITof ' Ktfo&SirY,
make a Hair Dres3lng Indispensable to many:
The new -VIGOR" which Dr. At?rataboratotT
lssaei ls ope or the mo? delightful we have ever
used. It restore* not only the color, trat gloca
andlnxurtinee to faded anr1 gray-hair.' ol ?iiy
j octio-stuthSDAw Avffi?
150 MACHINES J pat received at.SlNQRR WABJB
: ROOMS, King street, -near H?ribec?'t alley. , V,,
j. octi6-w82. yiamm
?? .. . Ldg ! -r--v aaai ^.v.,.
! ?./.!. BURNHAM AEOMATIO DENTfc.
j FKICB, for Cleaning; Beaatirylug and Preserving:
the Teeth, and Imparting a re?rasAtortaateso-ttaa .
Graduate oTPn?rnis^fc'" S
No.42lKlEgBtreet, Charleston, S/G.
Recom mend ed -by the - foUowlrig Dentrsttt ^ST1
J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUOKtNFUBS. : ftSJU?
' -HMmot ., j , ?; ? . i i m m
p?TTRE MEMBERS OV THE GERMAN
; HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested te call
on Meurs. M?NKE A MULLER and lsare orders
'fortheir Uniforms, j - : v/c? ^teiefli
By order of the President. 0*?2?W&0 J
j P019 .),-.: .,-: ?: nrw>*y^B<'?1f
; ^ BATCHEXOR-S HAlB ?Yfc-t??fr
superb Hair Pye la the best fe"the wend.- ' PB/-'
fee dy harmless, tenable and :nit*rrtai.?omv' T?o
disappointment. No ridiculous tmisVorunpaea^ -
ant odor. The genuine w. A. Ba?chefOrt Ha?
Dye produce? immediately a spsnu?d ulack .cg.
natural brown. Does not stain, tus artwy sajpfc
leaves the nair dean, soft and bsnirllW. . Thal
only safe and perfect Dye. sow by all drjrgfsrts:
Factory is-Band street, Sew Tart?, -., to. i c3-.
moht-tutaalyr_ ? ? ci --ame:
; -pm* PEOPLES' SAVINGS''. lliSTlTtt^
T?GN-FIRST 3EMI-ANX??L DIVIDEND.-in srj-;
cord an ce with the XI By-Law, a SemT-Annual
Dividend or THREE PEKTONT. IrS?t?e#tlSC%s>S
ed os au Deposits that have beat m ?ihe anare
'named Institution, for SH Months, Md aisrepor..
; lionel rate on au such auroa, as haye 1M en depos?
ited for a less period. ; 3 ? u- ;. O..TJ
' 'Depositors wm please.hand in their Books to
'nave theInterest addtd. AU sums deposited thia
: - ??? ^^^St^m^S
I- octicio . . secretary and Trtaa?f??r."'11
.,??? mik I * I? -j'V ."-.?'*
pm*DO YOU SUFFER WITH INDIGE8- ?
TIGN, Headache, Pain m the Shoulders, Coughs
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, sour Eructs, I
tiona of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the ;Mouth-,,
Bii.ous Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, ibe*?.:
Pains Ul the regions of the Kidneys, Md a han,
dr ed other pam f ni symptoms, are the ofttprtngs,.
of Dyspepsia. If yon would nod Immediate re?
lier, use at once SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COM?
POUND or LITER CURE. It invigorates the'
stomach and stimulates the torpid Liver"end
Bo weis, which renders lt of unequalled efBcaoy;
lc cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and im?
parting new life and vigor to tte wholesysteea.
It ls ready for Immediate ase, and Xoxsatttby .> :
LKJWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, -,.
gotjj_ Agent? for,So. Os^j.
B raga at tDtioUsal*.
WHY SHAKE AND BUM^
WITH i.' .v: JVJJI
CHILLS AND FEVER S
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ':^ '
BQiVIB 8FBIHG8, MSAB COILA, FJCX,1 di
March I.IM?I. |
MK88S8. DOWTB. MorSI A DAVIS. CHAaLKSTOH,
S. C^er Sirs: I regard MOUE'S FKVKB ABD
AGUE PILLS as a certain cure, and a blessing to
all llvlng in the malarlons dtetriou of the sontn...
and particularly in the everglades or oar state.
very respectfully, yous, , . .\ (
JAS. B... WENS, M. D.
K1N08TBKK, a u., December ai, 1B70.
MB? B. F. MOISE, CHAHL??TOK, y. c.-Dear mri
I have used your FEVER AND AGUE PluLS la
my practice this lau, and nave never4 in ths/ISsS
instance failed to relieve my patients. 4, ba va
now frequent calls in my drug store for them, ano
I always recommend them, and with the happiest
results. I wish that yon may have the satlsfao.
tli m of knowing that your "Fever and Ague
Pals" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medicines that I have trwd nav*
faded todo. ^ ?S? ^
MxaOATUBS, BARM WK LL DIST., 8. C., 1 r
Joly ia, I8TL , f
MB. B. F. Mourn-Dear Slr: lu reply to y uar
question as to what bas been the success of your
FEVER AND AGUE FILLS, that h ye been sold
by ns, we wonld say as far as we know, .ney
have given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them. . ? ? -?.iwih^t?
W. T. BLANTUN A SON. '
NBAS GBON PoHBcS. A a R. B> \
Novemoer U, 1870. . f
Ms. B. F. Mom-Dear sir: I am glad to say
your FEVER AND AG 0 E PILLS art all you ctstf?
for them. I have used them in my family and-?
my place, and la every case they have proved sf
feet na 1; some of the cases 1 had t .ought ehronie,
aa they have larrted over two yea s. Ia no case
was more than a single box required, and rn M
osee has the di*?se returned, and lt 1* oser saree
^^re.Tc"1^'^ B. K. WILSON.
GOUBnWS EtW, N. B. Bf*j ^?.^i-OBi.
provlngtn heann almost?sfastas^loan,laoonntT
under different oM . ?fgS* pr^^reelbleio
MOIRE'S FEVE .1 AND AQUfcIJUA^*?IS?LQ9 1
?u^ of ?hUlsai?d Fever on me, and my esae WSB
<>M eft?B won,Teur humble servant,
WILLIAM J. BKADLET; ..
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper..
^?Mror fall to cure the moat c^ataiaw oase
when taken as directed. . * , . ^ ^ j., . .
v/iid ??y Drugs lats ?nd Dealers everywhere. -
?rna BJ ? ".'JKJWIK. MOIsK A DAVIS, ....
proprietors and WholesaleDrugalsta,
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VAN DECSEN'S WORM<3UNFECTIUNS
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For saleWhoieaaie and Retauny _ .
DR. B. RAER, No. Ul Meeting street.