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A TRAGEDY OF LOYE.
AN AMERICAN GIRL SHOT IN SWITZ
V ERLAND BY UER LOVER.
Attempted Suicide of the Assassin- in?
teresting History of the Affair, &c.
A tragic affair bas Just occurred in Switzer,
land, tbe pani culara of which haye arrived by
the European malls. It appears that Mrs.
Bonville, o? Brooklyn, N. T., a widow, belong?
ing to an old and wealthy New Eogland family,
about six months ago sent her daughter
Julietta, aged sixteen. In company with seve?
ral other yoong American girls, In charge of a
governess, to Zurich, Switzerland, to be edu
oated. About the time they reached Zuiich
there appeared Bamon Ztbrlskle, the son of a
wealthy Polish Jew, residing In the city ot
Warsaw. He came to Zurich from Vienna for
the purpose of pursuing "medical studies," j
and Intending to graduate at the Swiss Uni?
versity. But lt appears that, having made the
acquaintance of the lovely American girl,
instead of studying anatomy ZabrlBkle forsook
partly bis books and the lectures on materia
medica, and studied English under the tuition
of Miau Julietta, while he gave her leBsous in
German. _ A correspondent of the New York
Herald writes the tragic result of the lessons :
Hrs. Bonville, neon her arrival from Ameri?
ca, had discovered that there was something
besides etymology and the languages In the
studies pursued by her daughter. She there?
fore directed the relations with Zabrlske to
cease, and forbade ber daughter, Miss Juliet?
ta, to receive any attention from him, or to j
have any relations with him whatsoever. Zar
briskle, however, had gone too far into the
Niagara current to think of swimming Duck
again; so he came to Oersauand took lodg?
ings at the Hotel of the Sun, near the steam
fa o a?w h ari. When reaching Gersau tbe Pole
wore a false beard and a wie, and endeavored
to observe a certain incognito. He communi?
cated to the proprietor of the hotel that a love
affair had called him hither, but that the
parents on both sides, the m oilier of the
''beloved," as well as bis own father, bad ior- j
bidden and were opposed to a union.
? LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITH a.
Nevertheless the two young lovers had fre?
quent clandestine meetings during their stay I
' at Gersau. The road which leads from the''
latter place to the village of Brunnen recalls In
many respects the beauties of the "Corniche j
road" between Nice and Genoa. That road
was chosen as a favorite promenade, and a
. more romantic opportunity could not have
been desired for the meeting place of lovers.
It was here, on the rocks overhanging the
shores of the lake, where they are known to
have sojourned often, and for hours. Wheth?
er from being Interrupted in these Interviewe
orwhatother designs Zabriskie had in con?
templation, bas still to be revealed. Suffice lt
to know that the Pole went to bis rendezvous
armed with a small pocket revolver. This
tact has been substantiated by a little boy
?oalherd-belonging to Gersau. While watch- j
lg bis dock on tne roadside the boy was wont
to pick hazelnuts. Being thus engaged, he
found a revolver in tbe grass on two different
occasions. I have interrogated the litue fel?
low; and learned from him that he bad ire
quently seen Miss Julietta and her compan- j
lon, and that knowing the pistol must have
. dropped from the pocket of the latter, he had
restored it to the rightful owner.
MADAME MOTHER RESOLVES TO FLT.
* Mrs. Bonville, a very handsome and lady?
like widow, ot commanding, maternal ap?
pearance, had, as already observed, perceiv?
ed the fascination which the letters and visits
of Zabriskie exerted' over her daughter.
Learning, moreover, that her vigilance bad
not prevented his attentions, Mrs. Bonville I
decided to break up the acquaintance finally
and effectually. : Preparations were made to
leave Switzerland, and even Europe, it need
ed, In order to separate the youthful lovers.
The decision was communicated to Zabriskie
on Saturday, August the 3 J. On that very
day he asked for his bill at the hotel and lett
for Zurich. On the day following, Sunday,
August 4, Zabriskie returned to Gersau by
tbe midday boat, inquiring at the hotel
whether a letter or message had been re?
ceived for him during the day's absence. Re?
ceiving a negative answer, he hastened to
bis room, where, later In the day, an unfinish?
ed letter was found addressed to Miss Ju?
lietta.' Thu letter, In all probability, has been
the last ever written by him while enjoying
his eyesight. While penning that letter he
munt have seen Miss Julietta pass under bis
window in company with her eldest elster
and three young gentlemen, one of them an
American, a student of the Polytechnic
Sc h oo L The Other two were Englishmen, en?
gaged in business ID Zurich. .
ROMEO RESOLVES ON MURDER AND SUICIDE.
Zabriskie was seen to leave his room appa?
rently In a very excited state. In the mean-1 (
time a little rose-colored note bad been receiv?
ed for him at the hotel, but lt did not reach
him. It has been ascertained since that In
this note Miss Julietta informed Zabriskie ot
the unexpected arrival of friends ol the family; j
that she was compelled to accompany them |
and ber aider Bister on a walk, but, willing to
explain, wonld meet him In the evenings Za?
brteekle had followed the little party In a hur?
ried, excited manner, and on meeting, or rath?
er coming up with them, he addressed some
angry words to Mr. Delmar, the young Poly-1
teonnlo student. Mr. Delmar answered that
although he was not afraid to fight he felt con- j
strained from accepting a challenge from "BO
worthless a fellow." or words to that effect.
Thereupon Zabrleskle flourished a revolver,
intimating that he bad them all In his power,
and. by way of proving lt fired a shot Into the
lake.^Notwithstandlng the hub-bub thus cre?
ated he uttered a request to have a few words
alone with Miss Julietta. The request was at
first peremptorily refused by all, Including
Miss Julietta. Finally, however, lt was ac?
ceded to, and Mr. Delmar added that they
would allow Zabriskie twenty minutes.
THE ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. | (
All continued on the road towards Brunnen,
Zabriskie and Mles Jn?letta slowly lollowlug.
The road along the lake describes many
curves, and onxeacblngthe last turning point
of the winding path ail were startled hythe
report of-a pistol-shot, Boon followed by
another. Retracing their steps In all basie,
tbe little party-L e., Julietta's sister and the
ihreo gentlemen-beheld the young lady lvlng
on her lace In the middle of the road, bleed-1 <
lag from a wonnd in the left temple, while
Zabriskie was stretched close by, likewise
shot in the lett temple, and apparently ina
dying state. Mr. Delmar ran towards Brun?
nen for assistance. Fresh water was procured
through tne garden of a neighboring chalet,
while the elder Miss Bonville and the two gen?
tlemen ran towards Gersau to apprise Mrs.
Bonville of ?what fiad occurred, and to call Dr.
Makewell, one of the pnyslcians resident
at Gera&a. Mr. Delmar had In the mean?
time returned with help and attended
the wounded person. Both bad lost a
good deal of blood and vomited freely, ?1
but the cool crystal water had soon a re?
freshing Influence. Zabriskie was enabled to
walk, with assistance, to a wayside inn
known as the Klndif. A bed woe prepared
for bim there, and two Sisters ot Charity from
the neighboring hospita! at S^hwyz under?
took the nursing, while the authorities de?
tailed two gendarmes os a watch ?ver the
supposed murderer. The physician, Dr.
Makewell, found Miss Julietta still on the
road; stretched on a hurriedly imDrovlsed
bed of moss and grass, and the authorities
who bad arrived to make a legal Investiga?
tion found two large pools of blood about four j ?
feet apart, a. chignon, a ladles' bat, a necktie
and pocket handkerchief, all more or less
saturated with blood. Miss Julietta had
somewhat recovered when Dr. Makewell ar-1
rived. He probed for the bail, but extracted
only a few splinters- of bone. No ball could
be found; neither could its course be ascer?
tained, nor a counter opening be discovered.
The effect of tbe wonnd had produced a
shock on the "sensorium." - There was like?
wise a slight affection of the muscles o? the
left eyelid and of the left hand, hip and foot.
The wound healed by "first intention."
THE T0UXO LADT TELLS THE STORY.
At the first official interrogatory the author?
ities elicited from Miss Julietta a deposition
in presence of Judge Ulman, of Scbwyz, and his J
secretary, Dr. H. Yon Lutz. Miss Julietta I
stated that having been left alone with Zabris- j
kle, the latter asked her whether she was |
afraid to die. With much agitation and labor- j
lng under bodily lear the young girl protested
that she . was not afraid to die, whereupon
Zabriskie produced again the revolver. Be?
ing greatly excited she grasped tbe revolver
with the Intention to take it from him, when
suddenly the pistol exploded, lodging the con?
tents of one barrel in her face. She fell to ^
tbe ground and remained unconscious until i
the arrivai of the doctor, as above stated. i
- J. "OOT OF DANGER."
Hiss Julietta Bonville has been attended
likewise by two Sisters of Charity from
Schwyz, and bas now so far recovered as to
|>e able to rue dally, and even to take a walk,
under the favor of warm and sunny weather,
her attending physician pronouncing her out
of danger. Toe bal), though not yet lound, it ls
confidently hoped will not be the cause ol any
vital or serious lesions In ber system.
ROMEO HOPELESSLY BLIND.
As for Zabrlskie, he also ls doing well. He
was, forty hours after the accident, trans?
ported to the prison hospital at Schwyz. His
I eyesight seems Irretrievably lost, the ball hav?
ing penetrated the cranium in the tempo..1
region, near the left eye. Tbe course of the
ball could not be ascertained and no exit of j
the same be found. His case is less hopeful
than that of the young lady, and yet I found
bim in acbeerftil mood, apparel i tl y not realizing
the fact that a criminal charge is pending
over him and that the case will oe brought to
trial. If found guilty tbe lawe. ol the Canton
Schwyz may send him to the gallows. I
found him stretched on a bed, with Sister
Verona beside him, in a little room overlook
lng the lake, with a beautiful landscape spread
before him. His appearance denotes a young
and wild patient, pale yet healthy looking.
He speaks German remarkably well, and has
a sweet voice. He conducted himself at the
hotel in Zurich in an orderly and. quiet man?
ner, but showlnz signs of high temper when
alluding to the obstacles thrown in the way
of seeing Hiss Julietta.
LEGAL PROCEEDINGS DEFERRE?.
The presiding judge of Schwyz, Mr. Ulman,
has decided to defer further legal proceedings
until both Miss Julietta as well as the princi?
pal actor in the tragedy have so far recovered
that no further danger may be apprehended.
The wounds, as already stated, healed re?
markably well by first intention, and no alarm?
ing syBiems are apparent except the loss of
eveslght lo Zibrlskle's case. He will probably
remain blind for the rest of his life. It may
run bard with the Pole in the face ol the laws
of Canton Schwyz. Unless evidence ls forth-1
coming wnlch admits extenuating circum?
stances he will be severely punlsned. The
mother ol the young lady has handed me a
statement In writing of the occurrence, of j
which the following is a copy:
THE STATEMENT OP MRS. BONVILLE.
On Sunday, August i, two young American
ladles, who had been staying with their mother
at the hotel Muller, at Oersau, went out for a
walk with three gentlemen friends. They had
?ot proceeded lar when they were accosted by
a young Pole who had been paying bis ad?
dresses to the younger of the two sisters. He
requested an interview with her, which was
at tl rat. refused, both by herself and the gentle?
men under whose protection she was; nut on
his repeating the request In a most urgent
manner she at length consented, and stepped
aside to listen to him, while the others walked
slowly on. He then renewed bis proposals,
which were firmly and finally refused by the
young lady, when he suddenly drew a pistol
and placing lt at her bead fired. The others,
alarmed by the report, hastened back lu time
to Bee the young lady lying on the ground and
the young Pole shoot himself through tbe
head. She was Instantly carried back to the
hotel, the best medical assistance in Switzer?
land telegraphed for, and every effort made
to save her and alleviate her sufferings, with
such happy results that we are pleased to be
-ble to state that her attending physicians
have pronounced ber out of danger.
EJottjinq ano Jnrnisinno, ?oect. ? s
NEW STORE !
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MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PCBLIO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
(H Ul IR DV, S il tNI KAI 1 RF., , ^
GrENTS' FURNISHING WOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
3-OODS AND PRICES
JOE, KING AND WENTWORTH SIS.,
? RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Oarnets, ?UMinn, &t.
OILCLOTH, MATTING, ftc. %
SEO. A. BO WM A.N. Agent,
No. 937 KIN a STREET,
IAS JUST RECEIVED A HANDSOME AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF :
Velvet, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three- j
?lylIngrain, Wool Dutch, Venetian and Hemp
Velvet, Brussels and Beam RUGS and MATS
Cocoa. Mantlla, Rattan and China MATTING
Cocoa, Jute and AUlcant MATS
OIL CLOTH, of all widths and quanti B
STAIR RODS, Stair Pads, Carpet Linings, Ac.
Which in is prepared to offer at prices that will
-faner) (Socos, Notions, &t.
FALL AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS il NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unasualty Large and
Vell-Parchased Stock of the above Goods, which
nu be kept foll during the season by a Resident
fayer in tbe Northern Marketa, and will be sold
,t prices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 143 Meeting street, Charleston, S. a
Drrj (Boobs, &z.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ft GO
IVO. 375 IvilVCi STREET,
(BETWEEN BEAUFAI.V ANO WENTWORTH STS.
Have received and will offer on Monday, Octo?
ber 14th, the largest and best selected atoes or
* DRESS DOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
10 pieces BLACK TAFFETA MLE, at $l-lowest
since the war
20 pieces Black Gros Grain, at $1 26, $1 60, $175
a d %i-lowest since the war
io pieces Gros Grain, at $2 60. $3 and $4
20 pieces ur all the newest shades In Colored snits
20 pleocs Striped ann Fancy Silks, Satins, Effing
20 pieces Black Velvetlnes, at 75c. and $1 50
20 pieces Colored, for Trimming and cloaks
20 pieces Blact and Colored Silk Velvets, at $s 50
10 pieces All Colors Silk Plash
A very floe selected mock or Poplins, Mohairs and
Serges, rroni 25 to 4<>c
A fall Hoe of Empress Cloth, rrom 60 cents np
All colors 27 Inch Irish Poplin, at $176, worth $2 60
Full lines or Merinos, Sateens, Rep valour and
A fall line or Poplins, from 20c. to 35c.
A complete line or Mourning Goods, Alpacas,
Bombazines, Crape Cloth, Empress and Henri?
CARPET AND UPHOLSTEBY DEPARTMENT.
As a special bargain, will for this week offer :
20 pieces best INGRAIN CARPET, for only ?5c,
10 pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 75c, worth $1
io pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 85c, worth $116
16 pieces best Ingrain Carnet, at fi, worth $1 36
60 pieces Kngllsh Crossely Brussels Tapestry,
at $1 60
A fall Hoe ol best English Body Brussels and Vel?
Rngs, Mats, Druggets, Oil doth. M tiing, Ac
A complete line oi Window shades, Lace Curtains
and otner curtain Material, Haircloth, Ter?
ries and Cornices.
Orders taken for all sizes of MIRRORS, from $7
Mr. CLOTH WORTHY, an experienced Uphol?
sterer, bas charge or making and laying ai car?
pels, and fitting Shades and Upholstery Work.
We are the sole agents of the celebrated C JEIL
LEY'S KIO GLOVES-each pair guaranteed.
We have also received a full line or one, two
md three ButtonsiFrench Kids, which we i ffer
it $1-two Battons, $1 36-best selection ever
Drought to this city.
CLOTH AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT,
Thelargrst and be-t selected av ck In thu city,
:onsl3 lng or best FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN
IND BELQiAN CLOTHS Beavers. Doeskins, Cas?
hmeres, Diagonals, Coatings, Vestings-all In
A full lino of Dom's'lc Cashmeres. Jeans, Sati?
nets. Tweeds ana Linings or all kinds.
Merchants and Tailors are invited to Inspect
:hiB stock. We can guarantee a saving of ten per
sent, on New York prices. ^
A complete assortment or ALL WOOL FLAN?
NEL*, snaker and O; era Flannels, oioaking and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An excellent and complete stock or WHITE
JHlRTs, all sizes, best makes. Durability guaran
The celebrated DIAMOND SHIRT.
A full line or Foreign and Domestic UNDER?
WEAR, Collars, Suspenders, Hall Hose, Ac, which
rill be sold at factory prices.
JADIES' FURNISHING GOODS AND MILLINERY
(IN CHAIIGS OF LADIES EMFLOTKD.)
We have received a fnll lice of LADIES UNDER
IVE AH, conemttog of all Qualities or CHEMISES.
Skirts, Night Shirts, Merino Underve .ts, Drawers,
Jere eta, Ac
Also, a fine Stock Of INFANTS' ROBES, Hoods,
Ribbons, Hose, Gloves, Ties, Bows, Belts, Satch
ila, Flowers, Plomes, Feathers, Hats, Ac-all tn
Oar SHAWL, BLANKET, LINEN AND DOMES
no DEPARTMENTS are now complete, and all
inicies wlil be sold at the very lowest New York
Oar WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT cont?los all
liasses or DRY AND FANCY GOODS, a fall Hoe
>f MILLINERY GOODS, Aa. ann we offer the
ame ss low aa any New; York Jobbing House,
laving great advantage tn purchasing our ooo,H.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 276 King street.
61) ir te ant) kurili s ri mg ?oouo.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
' ItTRMIM SHIRK.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
SSSSSS CrnTT'C 8S38SS
s-ss.H ouUI I 9 sssss
SS STAR 88
ssl SHIRT sis
ssssss EMPORIUM sss sss
Tho Proprietor of the above Establishment has
usc returned from New York with a new and
rell selected Stock of tho Oeleorated
5TAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINS ASSORTMENT OF
iESTLKMEX'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan
iel. Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Conon Bair Hose.
Also, a full selection or the latest Novelties in
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scans, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
UEETTNG STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HAIL.
THE GREAT NATIONAL PABK IN
tse Yo-Semlte Valley, when finished nnd
enced in (!) will be ihegtandest pleasure-ground
n the wot ld. If lt had a flne medicinal spring,
ike the German Seltzer lt wonld be perfect. Yet
.his ls no importance, for who goes anywhere In
summer wuhoat being provided with
rarmnt'i Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
which ls Identical In its components and its er
reeta with the famous PruRslau Spa It takes bat !
in Instant to evolve from this preparation the
most delightful and admirable cf au medicinal
iraughts. AS a cure Tor bdleasness, rheumatism,
ndigestlon, constipation, nervousness, Ac, and
is a renovator or the system, lt stands alone,
told by all drngglsta. . cctlO 12
My assortment of SYRINGES ls unusually large.
[ am Agent mr the sale or the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, unquestionably the r<est of all Syringes,
especially for sell use. It ls simple, efficient, easy
lo manage, and cannot getont of order. Une will
ast a lifetime. Our best physicians recommend it.
I alf o have a fall stock of Manson's. Davidson's
ind other Bain Syringes; aiso Glass and Hard
Rubber Syringes, and the HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
. . Nc 181 Meeting street, I
Emphatically pronounce J by all to be the Lead*
log Show of the period, combining all the beat
! riders or the age, among whom ls the great and
The undoubted and n nd (spated Champion Bare?
back and Hurdle Rider of the world.
CHAMPION OF SPAIN-Wearlng the Medal of
CHAMPION OF FRANCE-Wearing the Ribbon of
CHAMPION OF RUSSIA-WeailDg the Double
CHAMPION OF ENGLAND-Wearing Her Ma?
jesty's Crest of Honor.
CHAMPION OF HAVANA. CUBA-Wearing the
Diamond-studded Golden Belt.
CHAMPION OF AMERICA-Having the favor of
CARRYING HIS 80V ANT) PUPIL,
? MASTER EUGENE,
The most wonderful Boy Eqoeatrlai any ag?
ever has or ever win boast of.
The Great Somersault Equestrian.
The best Boy Bare back Hitler in the world.
Will Exhibit at Charleston, on Citadel Green,
Friday and Saturday, october 25th and 2flth.
Admission 75 cents; Children under ten years
50 Cents. OCt21,28,25.20
Cigars, tobacco, St.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR ANO TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinda.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying elae
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune conatantly on
hand, invest 26 cents and try your lack.
Dcoro, 5ast)*0 ano ?iin?a
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 20 Elayne street,
FACTORY, HOBLBEC E'S WHABF
r GUYOTS TAR N
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
M' Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot s tar possesses nil the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable tnste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water al thc moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage an'i
obviating the disagreeable necessi^of hand?
Guyot ? tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guyots tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A leasponfal in a glass
of water, or two tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot's tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
Franco, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it lo be thc most hygienie drink in
tittie of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot ia Pin's, L. FRERE, 19, rue Jacob.
Asrents In Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE A
^DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
VAN DEL'SEN'S WOKM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pare >antonlne )
Pleasant, reliable and effectual; bas stood the
test of many years.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DB. EL, BAER, No. 181 Meeting street.
?loues. Rosiers, &t.
KIO AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM OMS TO SIX BOTTONS.
Black-, white, Light, Mode and Dark. All tho new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
panos, Ofrflgng* &t.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Famished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLEN'AHAN,
Piano and Mosts Store,
BopS-4mo9 No. 191 Kine street.
Draga arto Ule?uines.
JJRUGS AND MEDICINES
WHOLESALE ?fe RETAlU
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEET I HG STREET,
Offers bis Large and Well-Assorted Stock of
&C, &C" ic.
AT THE LOWEST MARKET HATES.
Constantly on hand all tho ding Proprietary
FRENCH, ENGLISH? GERMAN AN!
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
venlent for general ase.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known in the
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle
Bags, Physicians' P, cket-cases, Elastic Stockings
and Medicine chests.
Druggists' Glassware, or every description, a
the lowest rates, and a rall assortment or "Drag
Agent for Nat tan's ''Crystal Discovery for the
Agent for the "Now York Medical University's
Agent for Bison's Tobacco Antidote, and Up?
turn's Antidote to Strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations or W. R.
Warner A Co., or Philadelphia, consisting of a
fall line or Flnld Extracts, Sugar-Coated Fills,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and-Syrups, Licorice j
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac., Ac.
Special attention ls directed to the following
articles of bis own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL !
An excellent Carminative, Invaluable lu the
diseases incident to the period of dentition
children; as also In colic, diarrhoea, dy ser ts ry,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used for tuts purpose, as lt is en.
tlrely free from any injurions drug, and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It ls recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may administer lc with confidence.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO,
ls a carefully , prepared Dressing for the hair,, at
once answering the purposes or hitlr on. bair
wash, and hair tonic. It contains no so phar
lead, or nitrate of silver, and la
NO DYE 1
lt will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their falling out, ind will not injure the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac.
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removing grease spot.', and cleaning clothes.
None but th Purest Drugs used, and satlsfa'
tlon guaranted, both as to price and quality?
Order are solicited from Druggists, rhys clans,
country Merchants, Planters and others, with tbe
Assarauce that they sh ill receive prompt and
earful attention. mch7-8mosoc*w
JJR. R. B. HEWITT,
OFFICE COHN EB OKORO I! ANO ANSON' STBBBT3.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Can be consulted on the following diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and in strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within tin reach or all. Of?
fice h nra from S A. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
Ia nil arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gmt,
nt-u algia, AO., this practice ts almost pet feet.
The most intense pains are alnioBi instantly re
lieved, enormous swell .aga are reduced, limbs
which hare been cont>ai:trd and st iff for tears
are relaxed. Casca of twenty, tnlrty and forty
years' ntaudlng have been cured by me alter all
other means have laded.
Aerear, accomplishment ls my triumph over |
palo'ny which 1 eau oren, m a lew moments,
soothe and carry off the mon excruciating Buf?
ferings. If this system did nothing more than
to relieve pain, lt wou.d stand superior to any
other pyott m ext aar.
stopped np Bean, Running of the Noss, constant j
Hawking and Spitting, edestant Blowing
or th?; Nose.
Thousands suffer from that most annoying, d-ts
agreeable and ctfer-slve complaint, Catarrh, with?
out knowing what lt ls. orten the secri ted mu
coas, flowing down the lunar, clogs up the lungs
and lays the foundation for consumption.
The most skilful pnyticlaus fall tocare lt.
I cure auy case of obstruction, stopped-op
head, discharges of grennlsh, thick, thin or gialry
mucous (rom the nose. Internal or external, pain
or fullness between the eyes, constant blowing of
tn 2 nose, inflammation of the nasal passages,
ulceration or schuciderUn membrane, Ac, in the
course of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Nols-s In the Head, Otorrhcea,
Otitis (Discharges from the Ear,) Paralysis
of A adi tory Nerve.
I am dally treating all affections or thc ear with
the most gratifying results, some who have paid
anrists nearly $iooo without benefit, have been
cured by me In a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mercury, injudiciously used, has filled the earth
with wrecks of humanity. Thousands suner from
us effects who have been unconsciously drugged
by their physicians, rt lt vain to attempt the
care or the majority of d'seases whlie lt remains In
the body. Although I haye heard of several so
called antidotes ror mercury In the haman body,
l have never yet see;i a physician who could
eliminate lt from the system.
I can satisfy any patient or physician that I
can absolutely abstrae, mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons in every cane.
Noll me-Tangere. Lupuse, or Wolf Cancer, Scir
rhus Cancer, Fuagojs Cancer, Rose Cancer
I make a great specialty m the treatment of
every description of (.'sneer and Tumors.
How many cancers nod Tumors are wrongfully
treated by i ertain charlatans styling themselves
. Cancer Doctors.''
After being pron ot need incurable, I will take
a ny one or these cases in hand and make a per?
My terms for treating'Cancers, A-C, win be
based on the age and condition of the patient,
and the positive certainty of core. sepal
pREIGHT ON COTTON 82 PEE BALE.
FOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTa' LINE.
Tne First-class Schooner FLORENCE-AA
ROGERS, Sheppard. Master, wants 200 tofla
300 bales Cotton to nil np.
octio_ROACH ft MOFFETT, Agenta.
Tbe MagnlQcent Clipper Iron Bark
TIBER, bavlng two-tulniB of her Cargo en?
gaged, will have immediate dispatch.
For Freight Engagements, apply to
octa - Accommodation iv nar r.
OB NB W YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTOS
The Splendid Sldewheel SfamBhip CHARLES
TON, James Berry, commander, will sall from
Adger'd South Wharf, on TDKSDAT, the 22d Inst., '
at 8 o'clock P. M.
; ?-Marine insurance a per cent, by this line,
if Through Bills of Lading given on cation to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
Fo r Freight or Passage engagements apply to
ootai-2 JAMBS ADO BB k co.. agents.
jpOR NEW YO BK.
JN THURSDAY, 24TH OCTOBER, AT 12
j O'CLOCK, M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel 8'eamsMp
SOUTH CAROLINA, beckett, Commander, will
sail for New York on lnuBSDAY,24th October, at
12 o'clock M.. from Pier Ko. 2 Union Wharves.
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
Kew England cities as nsual.
jar insurance by steamers of this Une % per
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER k CO., No. 26 Broad
fitreer, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union
Wharves._? _. 00H8
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IROS SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly oh the 'Line, Insuring a first
olass sea connection between Philadelphia and
charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Comps*
nlcs at both termini, afford r - pld transportation
to and from all points in ihe Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Loots, Chicago and the
principal cities or tho Northwest, Hoston. Provl j
dence and the Rastern Manufacturing Centres.
sar* The GULF STREAM is appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 26th Ootober,
at half-past l o'clook P. M.
gar The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE k CO., General Agents, No. 12
Sonta Delaware Avooue, Philadelphia. octio
JP O R B A L T I M ORE
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, ANO THROUGH
. ?BILLS LADING ISSUED
" PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship SEA G?LL, Dutton Oom*
mander, will aaa for Baltimore, on THURSDAY,
2ith October, at half past ll o'clock A. M.
aar Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without, addi?
tional insurance, and Consign?es are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply, to
PAUL 0. TRESHOLM, Agent,
octio-s_No. 2 Union Wharves.
.^O?OMM O D A T ION LINE,
CHARLESTON AND PEEDEE STEAMERS,
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, S. C., AND GARD?
NER'S BLUFF, PEEDEE. RIVER,
VIA ? . -,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY AND
KEITH FIELD MILLS. ...
Steamer PLANTER.Capt. J. T. Foster.
steamer SWAN.Capt. H. 8. Cordes,
The PLANTER leaves Charleston
and the SWAN leaves Gardner's^,_
Bluff every TUESDAY NIGHT, connecting on the
Freight received at Accommodation wharf
every MONDAY and TUESDAY, and must be pre?
Shipments to the care of the Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or commission. -
For Freight or Pa sage, apply to the Captains
on board, or to
RAVEN EL, nOLMES-ACO., Agents.
- Charleston, S.u.
B. A. MUNNF.RLYN a cu., Agents,
oe lft-8 Georgetown, 3. C.
VIA SAVANNA B -TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamer
DICTATOR. Captain 1U M. Cloxetmr. -
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McMiiiau, will
leave Charleston every TCBSDJ.Y and FRIDAY
KVBNIHQS, at 8 o'clock, for SA VANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, PAUATRA, AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVEE
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATKA FRI?
DAY MORNING, and SAVANNAH SUNDAY Moa?INO,
arming here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
CITY POINT wUl 1-ave PALATKA MONDAY
MORNING and SAVANNAH WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING, arriving tu re WEDNESDAY AFTER; OON.
Connection ls made at Fernandina with Rail?
road lor New Orleans and Havana, via Cedar
Ke>s;at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
lor Mellonvllle, Enterprise and Upper st. John's
River; at Toool with Railroad for St. Augus?
tine; and at Palatka with Steamers for the Ock
AH Freight for Way Landings must be prepaid
on wharf. ~
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to -
RAVENEL ft CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bar.
octa . ,
rjl 0 ,W I N GI T 0 yf I N.GI
The powerful Steam Tug REP?B- L 8&m&
Lie, Meilvllle, commander, :habafcTia^?aMaTi
been fitted ou: mest compleie for this ia. DO, !5UU
ls prepared to Tew Vessels of any slae in the
harbor to sea and the adjacent Phosphate Works
at st. Helena; also to and from Charleston to Sa
vannab upon th? mos', reas ,nable terms.
...4r????einenl8 may 00 mide with Cap.aln
MELVILLE on board, or at the Agents' office.
ROACH ft M9FFE : T, Agents.
jarN B.-She has wrecking Pumps for assisting
vessels in distress and pu tiing ont lires, ftc.
"VTOTICE. -HAVING JIAgjjg^S
JM PE RI EN ;E ^^^^^ptS^
every description, would souci. v<* v v
loieferenceiosald worfc Wholesale Grocer,
References: Mr. * ?Jg ?lBcaoB 4 co.,wnoie
No. 18? East nay. ttemn.g. ? Baynard,
sale Grocers, tast^'n^r?nduMeaanre-.
Pabilo Adjuster ^glBALD MoLEWB
No. 4 cumberland street,
" omnH charleston, 8. C.
agaton 0altt~gbii jjjjjg
TT7ILL FETA ^TflI8 ^LT JO
VV o'clock,- at No. 45 Wentworth street ;
C uo T II ^. Cae si m pre-.Satine ta, ? h?e ?Dd ? OJnrw
Undershirts and Drawers, Custom-Hade Clothing-,"
Hosiery. Pocket and Tasia tra Jerr. .Alto, on so- "
coan t of ail concerned, ten cases Hat?, Snoea, ?c.
ceta '. :. ' . -I.'?
By LOWNDES k (rRQf?ALLt.
REFEREE'S SALE-HOUSE AND LOT
In Summerville at Auction.-Joseph D. Tay- n
lor, Trastee, et nL vs. li^ E. Hutchinson, et al.
In the Common Pleas. ? . . .
By virtue of an order of sale In this c ase, to me
directed by the Hon. B. P. O aham, Judge of the '
First ci rcolr. i will offer for sale at p a olio anotion, '
on TDKSDAY, the 12th day of November, A. D. :
1872, at ll o'clock A. n., at the Poetofflee?
All tbe mortgaged premises described In the
plead ngs In asia action as 'Ail that LOT or
TRACT OP L*NI). with ins Batidlos* thereon. -
al??ate, lying and being in the Ydlsgeoi Stun- ?
merrilie, Conetoa Ci miry, measuring and-coo?-'
timing one acre, more r le?; baume and
booudiog south on pabilo road or.street,?dut?
west and north on land cr K> v. Phillp GHdrierj."
Terma.-One-half cash; balance In ona.y ear; to i:
be secured by bond of the paroaaser. bearing In? jj
te rest, with mortgage or the premises. Purchaser
to pay Referee f jr ali nece-sar? pap- re.
G. HERBEtiT SASS,
octa,28,noT6,11.12 . -.. .. ; Referee.. ,
Bj LOWNDES & GBIMBALL, ? -
Auctioneer?. . ?
VALUARLE REAL ESTATK AT ADO* '
TION-REFEREK'S S i LB.-Francis
Porcher, Tr ns tee or Caroline Finley and ferdinand '
DeLaateyrle vs. Theodore Stoney, Trustee and -22'?
Evans Edlngs and wife.-In the Oom mon .Pleas.
By virtue of an order of Bale, la this ca-e to xne
directed by the Hen R. W. Graham,- Judge1 af the
First Circuit. I will oller ror sale at public auction,
at 1 he Postcfflce, Charleston, on TUESDAY, .the
12th day of November. 1872. at ll o'clock A.'MV
AU the Mortgaged Premises deseribLd.in said,
Order, to wit:
AU that PLANTATION, with the mansions ana -
boUdlngB thereon, aitoaxe, lyloi: and bcing,on
Edi?to Island, Charu-st n Connty, ai?d State ,
aforesaid, containing taree hundred and forty
acres, more or les?, butting and' bouhd lng aorta,
on lands of Miss Mary Seabrook, east on cnth- .
bert's Creek, aouth on Russell's Creek, and west : .
on lands or the estate or Seabrook.'as per plan *f -
0. Rutledge Parker, dated May.-tS&A.'apnaxed to_^
the retnrn of Commissioners In seabrook vs, .
seabrook, fl ed 20th February 1868.
Terms-One thlrd cash; tno.<M4s.nce ..upon . av- ?
credit of one and two yean. wtra b <ud .bearing
Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum; "pay?
able semi-annually, and secured by a mortgage
of the plantation. Purchaser to. pay Referee ipr ?
all necessary papen. G. HERBERT SASS, .'. .
Bj LOWNDES St GBljtBILL,;'
Real Estate at Auotlon. ' Dantui s. Pope, As
sign?e vs. John Ring, Tru>tee.. In the Oom mon
By vin oe of an order of sale in'this case,' to me?
dirte ted by the Hon. K. **. QrahanL Jhdfto or ihe
First circuit. I wlU offer for sale, at public auc?
tion, ac the Postoffice, Charleston: on TUESDAY,
the ann day of November, A. D. 1872, at 11 o'clock.- d
A. M., all the mortgaged premises described in
said order as ' ~ ' \. : ' ". . ' "
AU that PLANTATION,'or tract of Uad. on; fer- .!
lato Island, known as "Governoi'aBlu?," batting..
and bounding north by a branch of Governor's
Creek and on lands of Ephraim Mi rei! s n d George .'
K. Clarke, east by lands,or the Episcopal Churo* v,
and o' George R Clarke, and . by the public road,
sooth by land? of Jabez J. R WescoSt ai, dby Cor- .
ernor's creek: measuring and containing; about
two hundred and Ave acres, iuclndinstmarshland,,. .
that is to say. about one hundred and seventy-five
acres, of high land, and about talrty, aces?, Of
marsh land, be the same more or less, , H ",, .,
Terms-One-half cash j balance in one and two
yean, to be secured by bond, bearing Interest at
the rate of seven per cent, per annum from the
day or sale, add a mortgage or the property ; pur?
chaser to pay Referee ror all necessary pap6nt .
G. HERBERT SASS, Referee. . .,
pct7,l*,a,28 novl.4,6\ ' , ' ' '
By W. T. LEITCH & li. S. BRU-Vs,
. . Auctioneers, ?? \ ??r.;-?u- .
\T7ILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, THE
YV 1 id instant, at the Postofflse, at Tl',
ovi?ck, : ! .'. " 1 r?iW
Those Two Fine LOTS on the north' ?de,oi,
Charlotte street, one door west of Washington
street, fin the line or the Eoterprtsa Railroad,"
measuring each 46 feet iront by 131 reetiln.daria. .
Terms cash. Pnrchaaer to pay us Tor papers.
and stamps. ' '_ ' ' ''. gWPr* '
Bj W. Y. Lt IT. H & B. S. BBl^V.'J;
Auctioneers. ' ? f
WILLER SOLD ON TUESDAY/. TB?!!!
22d instant; at the Poatoffloe. at 11 o'clock-,
1 hat pleasantly situ?t, d two story DWKLLiNGv 1,
with plaina and kitchen, coot*fains six sausre .
rooms, situated oh the south' side or Bprtng *
Ktreet,- third door west of Ashley, and, kmarunv- ?<
the number 63. Lot measures 40 reel by, 178 in ,
depth, more or leas. "'? "? ..
Terms-One-third cash; balance "in one iUdlwo
years. Purchaser to pay os ipr papen and,,;
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBCNS?
; Auctioneer?. . ?stSSBtt?jdj
WILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, 22D ,
instant, at ll o'clock, at the ^stoffloe, .
The Eastern portion of that TWo STORY'
WOODEN TESEMEN ron the souih side or Bean'
rain street, a few doon west of Archdale, known,
by the No. 23. ' Lot measures 24 feet front, by KW
feet in depth." . : ' "<'?'???? ?
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay as for paper*
and stamps. ' . ~ octl7-thmxn8 '
W.T. LEITCH & R. 8. BR?NS. ."
AneUoneen. , . , 'rrir ^
DESI RABLE STORE, No. 28f> KING
street, by. order Executor of tee Estate
or JOHN RUSSELL. ' - iw>w?;r
Will be Boldon TUESDAY, ihe.22d int taut, at;:
the Posrofflce, at ll o'clock, . . ' A
That Three story BRICE STORK, No 285 Eln?"
stree . westside, orrrariy known as RUSSELL'S..
Bookstore. Lot m e.?sure 3 25 foe t front by. J47 .
feet in depth, more or less. . *"' ' . Virr J
Terms-One-tntrd ca>h; balaccp one, two-ahd
three yean, secured 03 bond and mortgage, with.
In ten at at tue rate often per sent, per annum.
Property to be Insured, and pt Hey oricEar?Bce. '
to be aligned. Purchaser to pay os/or papen.
Bj j. FRASER MATHEWES.
STEAMER WATEE LILY : ai v^laf&fitti
? WlU be sold on .TDESDAY, 221 instant, tsj;
Sq ut hern Wharf, where she now, Iles, at ll o'clock .
A."M." ' .v.^'i -LI .(?yu
Th's Powerful and Light, Draft steamboat
"WATER LILY," lately plying as a Freight and
Passe'ger Boat between Onarleston and tba
Islands? Dimensions: . Length overall los feet,
breadth28feet, draft 3feet4Inche*, ... ".
She has two fi) LoW-Pressare Engines con?
nected at tight angles; diameter of CY linders .30
Inches; ax feet stroke; la admirably adapted for .
Terras-One fourth cash; balance In note at stx
months, with approved personaleeoarltyf; cj.'^...^;
oct 19 ._. . . ...... j . -: . l
Bj A. (X MeQILLIVRAYf ?*
. H?al EstiU? AqetloHeer. ' r.. '.7
SHALL GENTEEL SESIDENOE, GAN- ?
NON street, sonth side, west of President.
Lot 35 by 140 feet. Koar rooms, .dressing-room,
pantry. Water on the premises,1 Ac. At A action.
I WlU be uold on TU KS DA Y next, .the 22 j in.
staut, at li o'clock, at the Postofflce.
Terms cash. -. potlT wnntu4 ..
H. KLATT,? dfefif
fl f>flf ci 81:: .
ACENTS FOR CK?WLBSTjbH. '
VtFeseaw1ileke?ysan guaranteed pure KLBNTUOK Y :
ri PPER DISTILLED, free from all componed im?
parities a. d hiihiv rewmmeiKled^tty^antoi?t
ffiisti ror medical use. The Brand ts pleated
we reapeoi fully Inform our We nos and COB torn?
era that we keep constantly on band a full supply
or the above already ravorably well snownjWhia
cvs. and offer same to the trade at dlatRlera
prices. H. BLATTE A 00,
aug81-Btuth8mo No. 186 Bast Bay,