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LONDON, October 8.-Tho explosion
in a coal mine at Morlay, yesterday, was
far more serions in its results than the
first despatch stated. It is now known
that forty miners were killed. ''.
The price of coal has again advanced.
The mining companies of Belgium are
not able to fill the orders they have ro
ceivod to send coal to this country, in
consequence of the scarcity of miners in
The Cesarewitoh Btakes, at the New?
market autumn meeting, were won by
Salvinos; Sylva second; Enfield third;
twenty-four horses ran; betting at start
17 to 1- against Sal vinos; 8 to 4 against
Sylva; 17 to 1 against Eufield." W.
Warn ell was the jockey bf the winner.
MADRID. October 8.-lu the Cortes,
the President decided that under the
rolen of the House, debate on a motion
to amend the address to the King, by
inserting,a paragraph asking for the
abolition of slavery, was out of order.
After the shop-keepers' manifestation,
yesterday, which temporarily subsided,
on the promise of Aleada that the tax on
show bills would be reconsidered, the
crowds,again Collected ph.the Btreets and
hissed the members of the city govern?
ment, who were trying to allay the ex?
citement, and assailed the pojioo with
dubs and stones..' The civil force being
unable to suppress the disorder,- and th?
rioters becoming more violent, a bat?
talion of national guards was dal led out
and cleared the Streets. Several persone
were injured,) bait none killed. Ordei
was restored.' - >
OHARiiErifow, October 8.-Arrived
Schooners''H. N. Hawkins, New York
Jesse B. S mi th, New York.
CINCINNATI, October 8.-A riot oo
curred in the vicinity of a negro meet
ing and a Iliberal torob-lieht procession
The origin WUB "obscure. Several whit?
Buen were shot and; Beveral uogruei
knocked down. The negroes took pos
Bession of the armory, aud guarded al
approaches. At midnight, the polio*
closed in on the Armory?. At half-past ]
o'clock, nil waa-quiet. 'The whites re
tired and the negroes evacaated tin
BROOKLYN, October 8.-The fall of i
eoHtiosl stand killed two persons sot
Naw YORK, October 8.-On Saturday
while the steamers Charleston and Soatl
Carolina were being loaded, one of tin
cases gaped open, and it was disooverec
to, contain lire-works. Tho Custon
House officer thereupon made an exami
nation, and found several oases, contain
ing fire-works, of every description am
other manufactures from gun-powdei
These boxes were - invoiced aa fane;
goods, and -were ' accordingly seized. I
is thought iu this'way the steamer Bien
ville was set on fire, as the shippers c
these gooda have been forwarding Boult
ern vessels-for some time.' *
Tho? 'Tribune's 'Philadelphia speen
aayq.botb sides. are confident. Eao
WASHINGTON, October 8.-Voting hei
ia progressing quietly.
Advices from Connecticut indicate L
boral gains in the town elections.' A L
berat Mayor has been elected in Har
ford, by 158 plurality, over the reguU
Republican, nominee and the indepent
Twenty-f^te negroes wore arrested i
Newark,'N. J:, for f?ls?. registration i
ono ward. ' :"- -
PHILADELPHIA, Oetobor 8.-A full vo
is being bolled, and' the election is pr
grossing very' quietly- Under the ne
law, all taverns are Closed, , The Unite
States Marshal hos 800 special officers c
duty, distributed among the wards whe
trouble is likely'to occur. Up.to noo
np Serious disturbances are reporte
Reddy, the blacksmith, from New Yor
was arrested, after voting three time
and locked up for a further h carin
Fifteen tax receipts were found on hil
In tho Fourth Ward, tba strongest D
mocratio ward in:the city, the hourly a
nounoemont of the votes oast shows th
more Republican votes have been ti::
than are usually polled during the whe
SAVANNAH,; QA, October 8.-T
Morning News has received . official t
tarns from 103 Counties, giving Smith
majority .'of 50,671. There are thirt
two Counties to hear* from, which w
doubtless swell the majority to 60,000.
S nu EV uro KT, LA., October 8.-R.
Wright, Clerk of the District Court, a
his brother, W. A. Wright, Deputy Sh
riff, were killed, this morning, by Oh:
of Police Shevrod and police offic
Shephard. The friends of the Wrigt
armed themselves with shot-guna, fou
and- killed Shephard, and are searohi
in every direction for 8herrod. All oe
corned bolong to the Bame polite
NEW YonK, October 8.-Rev. Dr.
A. Penniman, late of the Woodbrid
Episcopal Church of New Jeraey, w
his wife, was received into tho Cathe
Church, on Sunday, at Summit, in tl
State. The doctor was formerly a U
tar ian, and carno originally from Mos
Stories of Tweed's flight are ag
PHILADELPHIA, October 8-Evening
Ia thirteen wards of this oity, dur
the first hour, Hartranft was 2,631 ah
of Buckalow and over 600 ahead of
Republican oity ticket. This is viet
as an indication that Hartranft will
oeed the rest of .the Republican tiol
and not fall behind, as supposed. '.
second ward will, it is asserted by
Evening Telegraph, be: carried by
Republicans for the first time in ei
Philadelphia-Hartranft lead his tit
early in the day. . Pittsburg-Notl
definite. Hartranft is behind his th
as far as heard. Reading-Buokah
majority will not exceed 6,000. Er
Buckalow is running ahead. ChamL
borg-Hartranft is ranning up witt
ticket. Lebanon-Hartranft is .
ahead. Doylestown-Baokalow ia gain
iag ground. Westchester-Hartrauft
runs well up with bia ticket. Easton
Buckalow appears to be ahead with a
heavy vote. Pittsburg-Ou a volo of
6,000, cast in three hours, the Republi?
can majority ia 1,200.
PITTS BO H a, Ootober 8.-At noon,
forty Districts gave Hartranit 6,388;
Northumberland, Mt. Carmel, Har
trauft 197; Delaware, Upper Chichester,
Hartrauft 27; Lower Chichester, Har?
tranit 28; Dauphin, Middleton, Buoka?
lew 53; Berks, Reading, first ward, Har
tranft 103; Republican gain of 51; fifth
ward, Buokalew 32; Republican gain of
9; Lancaster, Salisbury, Buckalow 10;
Northampton, Bath, Buckalow 19;
Moore-to-Winship, Buckalow 211; Erie,
Harbor Creek. Hartranit 121; Crawford,
Ooohrauton, Buokalew 45; Westmore?
land, Penn Township, Buokalew 117;
Chester County, Ecksbury borough,
Buokalew 14; Berks, Emans, 32 De?
mocratic; Perry, Mullerstown, 6 De?
mocratic; Northampton, Buckalow 19;
Bethlehem, first ward, Hartrauft 32;
Bedford, Bedford borough, Buokalew
19; Buck, New Hope, Hartrauft 1 ma?
INDIANAPOLIS, October 8.-Election
returns so far ure very meagre. The
ticket is very long, and returns are re?
ceived only from small preoioots. The
vote is very close, and it will be late be?
fore a oorreot estimate aaa be made.
One precinct in St. Joseph County gives
Brown, Republican, for Governor, 207
I majority. White River Township, in
Randolph County, gives Brown 895 ma?
jority. New Haven, Allen County, given
Hendricks, Democrat, for Governor, 110
majority. Guilford Township ?ives
Brown 450 majority.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, Ootober 8.-Ia War?
ren City, Trumbull County, three warde
give Wickoff, .Republican, for Secretary
of State 501; Witay, Demoorat, 269.
Returns from twenty townships in vari
om Counties of the State show a Repub?
lican gain Over the majority for Secretary
of State in 1870, of 648. Two of these
townships show B Democratic gain of 2C
BOSTON, Ootober 8.-The ship Golden
Hand, of Boston, bas been lost off Cape
Horn. Five of the crew died of star va
tioo. A boat in charge of the second
mate is missing; supposed to be swamped.
WASHINGTON, October 8.-Congress
mau Beck is here.
Cabinet meeting routine.
Chipman has been elected delegati
from the District by a heavy majority.
Private despatches report a Libera
majority iu Cincinnati of 2,500, and ari
favorable for Hendricks from Indiana
The Republicans are less confident abou
LATEST.-Pennsylvania seems to bavi
gone for Hartrauft and. Indiana fo
Hendricks. No opinions regardioj
Ohio. Nothing through regular chan
nels yet. Bets are freely offered tha
Hsrtrauft has 10,000 majority. Fornej
and McClure a encode the State.
The President has received a despatol
from Hitchcock, that Nebraska lias do
doabtedly gone Republican. '
Probabilities-On the upper lakes th
barometer will fall with brisk Southed
and South-easterly winds, threatenin
weather and'ruin, followed on Wednei
day by brisk Northerly to Westerl
wiuds. lu the upper Mississippi Ya
ley, thence to the lower Ohio Vallee
Southerly to Westerly winds and cloud
weather. On tho lower 'lakes, wine
veering to Southerly and Easterly, wit
diminishing pressure and cloudy weathi
on' Wednesday afternoon. Over Ne
England and the Middle Staten, olearioi
clear and cool weather, with Norther!
to Westerly winds. On the South A
luatio and Gulf States, Northerly 1
Easterly winda' and generally clear we
Financial ?.n i Commercial.
COLOMBIA, October 8.-Sales of ootto
to day, 81 bales-middling 17.!?.
LONDON, Ootober 8-Noon.-Consc
92J?. 5s 89%. .
PARIS, Ootober 8.-Routes 53f. 5c. '
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 8-8 P. M.-Ct
ton opened quiet and steady-apian
9%; Orleans 10J?; sales 15,000 bal?
speculation and export 4.000; sales
Orleans for December 9 11-16.
LIVERPOOL, October 8- Evening,
Cotton dosed quieter-middling nplan
9%: Orleans lojy. Yarns and fabrics
Manchester quiet but firm.
NEW YORK, Octobor 8-Noon.-Gc
weaker, at 12%. Governments stead
State bonds quiet. Money firm, at
Cotton quiet; nale3 653 bales-midd li
uplands 19>?. Flour unchanged. Wh<
quiet and firm. Cora quiet and eteac
Pork steady. Lard dull-steam 8@8,
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 2.4
bales-i-uplands 19J?; Oi leans 19
Flour quiet and unchanged. Whist
lower, at 9l>?. Wheat a shade firm
Corn inactive!-. Rioe iu fair reque
Pork firmer, at 14 62@14 75. Lard
tiver and in good export demai
Freights dull. Money 6@6. Sterli
8%. Gold 13^@13X- Governme
Qrm and a fraction better. States d
and nominal. Receipts of cotton
694 bales; gross 4,988. Sales of fntu
to day 16,750 bales: Ootober 18 7
18?^; November 18J?, 18%; Deoem
18^. 18 13-16; January 18%. 18 15
February 19^, 19J?; March 19%, 21
April 20??; May 20^, 20%.
BALTIMORE, October 8 -Flour, wt
and corn uuohauged. Oats firm-Soi
eru 43@45. Provisions dull and
changed. Whiskey quiet. Cotton qi
and weak-middling 18)?; receipts
bales; sales 430; stock 1,650.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 8.-Flour stet
Corn dull and unchanged. Pork 6
at 13.75; stock light; estimated at 2,
barrels. Sales lard-summer 7J4; st
offered nt 7%; kettle freely offered i
Bacon-jobbing sales of shoulder
clear rib sides ll; clear sides 11%@\
Whiskey iu fair demand and firm, al
ST. LOUIS, Ootober 8.-Flour very
-treble extra and lower brands sal
only at a decline of 10@20o.; small I
ness. Oom steady-No. 2, mixed, 36@
86>? at East St. Louis, on track; 38)?@
39 this side. Whiskey not salable over
89@89>.<. Pork quiet und unchanged,
at 14.75 on orders. Baoon demand light
and holders firm-shoulders 8; olear rib
sides 12; clear ?ides 12% for order lots.
Lard quiet and nnohanged.
GALVESTON, Ootober 8.-Ootton quiet
and steady-good ordinary I6>?(g?6%;
reoeipts 1,570 bales; Eales 200; stock
MOBILE, October 8.-Cotton dall and
tending down-middling 18%; low mid?
dling 18j?; seceipts 1,323 bales; sales
300; stock 8,732.
BOSTON, October 8.-Cotton qaiet
middling 19J-.?; receipts 399 bales; sales
200; stock 4,000.
NORFOLK, Ootober 8.-Cotton steady
low middling 17%(q)18; reoeipts 1,456
bales; sales 400; stock 6,653.
PHILADELPHIA, October 8.-Ootton
CHABIIBSTON, October 8.-Cotton easy
-good ordinary 17%; low middling
17%; middling 17%; receipts 3,299 j
bales; sales 400; stook 18,380.
AUGUSTA, Ootober 3.-Cotton quiet
and weak-middling 17j?'; receipts 1,078
bulos; Bales 1,039.
SAVANNAH, October 8.-Cotton weak
good ordinary 17%; low middling 17%;
middling 18; receipts 401 bales; sales 6U;
NEW OBLBANS, Ootober 8.-Ootton in
moderate demand-middling 19%; good
ordinary 18%; low middling 18%; re?
oeipts 7,845 bales; sales 1,000; stook
WILMINGTON, October 8.-Cotton firm
-middling 18; reoeipts 267 bules; stook
SALLIE'S BED TIME.-A father, not very
far from here, read ia the paper tbs
other morning that the Utica girls who
want their beaux to go borne the same
night they call, pull a string at a proper
hour which reverses u picture, on the
back of which appear the words, "10
o'clock is my bed-time."
This father, who has a daughter given
to late hours when a certain youth sits
np and helps her-keep them, thought he
would try this Utica plan, so he wrote in
large characters, ou the back of a huge
portrait of George Washington, this in?
scription: "10 o'clock is Sallie's bed?
time." Then be arranged the picture so
that when he attached a string to the
Frame be could reverse it from his bed?
chamber. But when Sallie entered the
room an hour later, ber apathetic eye was
outraged by observing the portrait of
Qeorge hanging out of plumb, so to
speak, and ia adjusting it ber father's
little game was revealed in all its subtle
ingenuity. So she just went to work
ind neatly effaced the figure "0" leaving
the 1 standing solitary and upright
which, you will observe, made a few
hours difference in ber bed-time. The
night, ns usual, Sallie received a visit
from her young man-which his front
name it was Henry-and her paternal
parent attached his string to G. W.'s
portrait, and retired to his downy couch.
About 10 o'clock, while Harry nod
Sallie were deeply absorbed ia some
knotty problem, with their heads so
?outigaous that you couldn't insert a
piece of tissue paper between them, the
Father of his Chantry suddenly turned
Iiis face to the wall, as if be was ashamed
bo gaze upon such doings. Henry, with
i sudden start, glanced at the picture,
ind saw the baud-writing on the wall, as
it were, which read: "1 o'clock is Sallie's
bed-time." Theu Henry looked at Sallie
with an interrogation in his eye, which
(Vus partly dispelled by the fair maid
murmuring, "It's all right." Henry said
jf course it was all right-that he bad
long known 1 o'clock was her bed-time,
ind he thought it wus plenty late enough
For a young girl to bo out of bed; but
what business, he said, had George
Washington's portrait to be flopping
ibout iu that way? Thea Sallie ex?
plained, and the twain resumed work on
'.he problem-Henry putting bis arms
iround Sallie to prevent her falling off
Meanwhile, the old mau was listening
For the front door to open, aud his
?Tould-bo son-in-law's footsteps pattering
iver the pavement, with the toes of his
boots pointing from the honse. The
lounds not falling upon his cars, and
hiuking maybe the old thing didn't
ivork right, be gave the string another
pull, and G. W. again faced the audience.
Then he listened; but he heard uo foot?
steps-nothing but a peculiar sound,
lomething resembling tho popping of
champagne corks. Theu he grew cross,
ind gave tho string another jerk, causing
Gl. W. to tara about with violent sad
lunuess, just as if be was dreadfully out
if humor, too. And still all is quiet be?
low-except that popping sound. Then
rho string was pulled again, aud again,
iud again-indicating that the old fellow
was just ready to explode with rage.
\nd for fully fifteen minutes did he have
the portrait of the man who could not
tell a lie taming excited flip flaps aud
things on the wall, like a bewitched gym?
nast, until he fell asleep exhausted
Sallie's father fell asleep, not tho por?
trait. Henry kissed Sallie good-night nt
L o'clook A. M., remarking, as ho did so,
that it would seem like a long, long,
weary year ere ho would see ber again
because, you know, bo didn't expeot to
seo her again until tho evening of that
The next morning, her father exa?
mined that portrait, and when be fully
understood the situation, ho was pained.
He shed a silent tear, detached tho
string, sponged out the inscription, and
walked away with a weight of fifty years
on his shoulders-that being bis age.
Ho says a girl who will go back on her
father that way would just as lief as not
disgraoe her parents by marrying a Con?
[Ii. Dadd in Norristown Ihr aid.
lu Paris all kinds of plaits, tresses
and curls are to bo abandoned by ladies,
and the hair is to be worn in short, crisp
carls all over the bead.
A, TOWN ?N TWO STATES.-We take the
following extract from the letter of a
correspondent of the New York Tribute:
BBISTO?, TENN., Sept. 12, 1872.
This town, at raddled as it is across
tho boundary line of West Virginia aud
Tennessee, is a comical study to the
stranger. I doubt if there bo any other
town in the country UH curiously disposed
in a topographical way. The bulk of it,
consisting of the main street, over half
a mild long, is two-thirds in Tennessee
and one-third in Virginia; so that a man
sitting recumbently under his own vine
and fig tree at the East sido of the tho?
roughfare can kick his heels over the
soil of one State and swiug his body over
that of the other. It is about equally
divided in population, number of houses,
churches, barber-shops and beer-saloons.
Every kind of atoro at the Tennessee
side of the street has its counterpart on
that of Virginia, and the street itself is
not more than thirty feet wide. The
Virginia corner grooery hus a bar of soap
for every ooo in the Tennessee store op?
posite, and vice versa. There are two
mayors, two sets of town officers and
two leading hotels; but they are as one
in a Federal hoad, or tail, if you like,
who is the potential representative of
the United States post office. .Here we
have another beautiful illustration in
miniature of our system of "checks and
balances," of unity in division and har?
mony between the simple and aomplex.
If a man appropriates his neighbor's
coat on the Virginia side, he has only to
oross the State to Tennessee, wrap him?
self in the stolen garment, and make
faces at his outraged victim. The law's
delay is about a week before a requisi?
tion from tho Governor of Virginia
reaches him of Tennessee and travels
down for enforcement to the boundary
When the people fifty yards from
where I am writing have any aourt busi?
ness to perform they go fifteen milos, to
the town of Abingdon, in Weat Virginia,
while the folks here at the West, side go
eleven miles in an opposite direction, to
tho town of Bluntville, Tennessee. In
the latter State, when an election comes
off, the liquor stores at th's side are all
closed through the day; but the thirsty
topers cross over the distance with a hop,
skip and jump into Virginia, drink to
their hearts' content and return. The
Virginia side claims a pure and undefiled
Demooraoy; the Tennessee a mixed ele?
ment of white Democrats, nogro Repub?
licans and Union nondescripts, who aro
andeaided what to do about suoh a can?
didate for Congress as Andrew Johnson.
It is a curious town altogether, and all j \
by reason of its singular position. West I
Virginia has Bent commissioners to Eng- ?
land to hunt up and overhaul certain 1
ancient maps in the British Colonial
office, about which I hear a tradition
that therein may be found the original
boundary line, giviug Virginia five milca
more territory to the West than she now
possesses. I had a glance at a map in
Lynchburg over 200 years old, in which
the Chesapeake Bay is put down as tho
Virginia Boa; but this part of tho coun?
try ia left os hopelessly undefined as the
North pole. It will be well for ibis
town when its divided allegiance ceases
and one of the two States claim it in tolo.
For a place of 3,000 inhabitants, with no
grander . commercial enterprise among
them than a fugitive traffic iu batter,
eggs and chickens, the burden of keep?
ing two sets of municipal officers is
- - -.? ? - -
Roll on! great Pill of Ayer, roll on!
Through miles emboweled roll!
Through those whoso livers chufe the
Throngh those whose feeble stomachs j
i'hrough mesentaries waxen pale!
Through all who live in aches and ail!
Ever roll on!
Roll o'er the prairies of tho nation
For the sick and ill of every stationl
Roll down the Andes-towering moun?
Roll over Alric's golden fountains!
Through India aud the Chersonese!
Throngh distant isles of Japanese!
Wherever dwells a sinking heart
Roll on, to do your mighty part,
Ayer's Pills, roll on.
I Putnam for October.
Strikes in London mean something, if \
one is to believe the complaint of a I
London journal: "At ono time, weare'
threatened with tho stoppage of all
building projeots-which might be an
advantage in some .parts of our big cities.
Then the price of coal begins to show
an ularming buoyancy; aud the house?
holder grown a trille more concerned.
Then there is a call for domestic ser?
vants to rally round a revolutionary
banner. Now tho bakers muke a deadly
onslaught on our breakfast-table; and
the patient head of a family can only
turn and ask, what is to come next?
Well, he receives a frank answer. Win?
ter is approaching, and if wo don't pay
tho lamp-lighters better, they mean to
leave us in darkness." This is certainly
a striking picture of cockney life. We
don't envy our trans-Atlantic cousins.
Catoosa County, Georgia, sends a
Radical Ropre8entativo, by fifteen ma?
jority, iu a County largely Democratic
because the party strength had to bo
thtown away on two candidates.
Mrs. Fair once said, as she shook out
her golden curls beforo tho mirror, that
they would never hang such a glorious
woman as sho was, and she waa right
"Mr. Smithors, how eau you sloop so?
The sun has been up thoso two boure!*'
"Well, what if it has?" said Smithers;
"he goos to bed at dark, while I'm up
till after mid-night."
"Don't worry yourself about my going
away, my darling. Absence, you know,
makes the heart grow fonder"-"of
somebody else," added the darling.
A New Hampshire family has lost
seven members by snioide.
THE ANTICS OT NKCHIO DESPERADOES.
A negro mob, some twenty in number,
led on by a white man, who, ft is
thought, is identified as a oertaiu eas?
tern house officiai, waylaid and made u
murderous assault upon Mr. James Ju -
Hun, about ll o'clock Tuesday night, at
tho Central Depot, near West Broad
street, Savannah. Mr. Julian had been
waiting for tho Charleston train, and was
on his way home at the time of the das?
tardly attack. Four shots were fired at
him, one taking effect io his head and
another in his thigh, and his clothes
were burnt and absolutely set on fire by
the flashing powder of the discharged
pistols, so near to his body were they
placed and shot off. Clubs and sticks
were freely used on the viotim of this
outrage, and after being thus wounded
and fearfully beaten he was left bleediug
and helpless and nearly dead, while the
guilty assassins hurried away. Some of
these parties are known, and os soon as
Mr. Julian is able to begin their prose?
cution, warrants will be issued against
them. At present he is auder medical
care, and suffering very muoh from bis
severe bruises and the pistol wounds.
Mr. Julian acted as a sworn special de?
puty sheriff during the election last
Wednesday, and made the arrest of the
negro, Josiah Grant, who was endeavor?
ing to inoite a row about the polls.
1 Charleston News.
TUE SOCIAL Evin.-The Missouri Re?
publican, September 27, gives the follow?
ing iu regard to the treatment of the
social evil question in that city:
At the invitation of the Board of
Health, a numerous party of gentlemen,
including many promineut citizens, rode
ont, yesterday afternoon, to the site of
the new hospital designed for the recep?
tion of fallen women, and commonly
koowa as the "Social Evil Hospital."
The inauguration of this institution is
the climax of a system that, some two
years ago, received the sauotion of our
city authorities, and which, since then,
hus been carried on with all the rigor
md inflexibility of other established
laws-the registration of abandoned
women, their examination by a staff of
physicians, and their payment of weekly
ind monthly dues. The regular weekly
payment of a dollar and a-half by each
courtesan, and fourteen dollars monthly
[rom each keeper of a house of ill-fame,
lias resulted in the accumulation of many
thousands of dollars, which is now being
ippropriated, in accordance with the re?
quirements of the law, for the treatment
jf these women in sickness, and to place
?v i tli i ti their reach the means of reforma?
tion aud honest livelihood.
"WHITE WASHING."-Many of the his?
torians of the present day are as fond of
white-washing as a Congressional com?
mittee. The sensual, brutal Henry the
Eighth turns out, according to Mr.
Froude, to have been an excellent family
man, and, with the exception of a few
peculiarities, a tender husband and a
jaroful father. Lucrecia Borgia, say
ater writers, was a pare and spotless
wife, a mach slandered woman, and
knew no more about the compounding
jf poisons than a prattling child. Even
Nero is not, in tho light of modern
jssaysts of tb?i kind, the reckless tyrant
that bacton" and Tacitus paint, and as
to his tr" .onul use of the fiddle on a
Ber'-"' -eniorable occasion, it is the
-iKit myth. This last hero, how?
ever, docs not go unchallenged. The
ponderous intellect of Dr. Raab, a
learned Germau scholar, has been
brought to bear upon the subject, and
nus proceeded to demolish the German
ind Epglish apologists of the Roman
Emperor. His friends will have to como
rigorously to the rescue, or he will again
'all into the disreputaole company of
Caligula aud others.
ON A WOJIAN WITU RED HAIK WHO
WROTE POEIRY.-Unfortunate woman!
mw sad is your lot! Your ringlets are
red, but your poems are not.
A French woman once said that she
oved her children when they were little,
?ho replied, and diamonds, when they
A Welsh orator recently remarked iu a
ino peroration, "Innocence is like au
imbrella-when once we have lost it,
wo can never hope to see it back again."
Tho friends and acquaintances of Mrs. F,
ii. BAU?KETT, and of her sou John Baus
tott and family, aro requested to attend the
unoral of tho former, at 8t. Peter's (Catholic)
Church, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clook.
HOTEL AHRIVALH. October 8.1872 -Hendrix
House-O I' Quattlobaum, Lexington; J Bre?
?os, J A Masaangalo, Georgia; J L Honour,
Jharleaton; J If Mondonhall, NC; lt s Book?
ram, Lowndsville; T W Holloway, H H Falk,
J F 8 Wright, H Hal aore, O H Mayor, wife
ind ohild, J A Mood, F .Monti, Nowberry; J K
Central Hotel-ll Niooly Williainston; Bov
K. VY Lamar, Doko; W B Whites, J B Mubor,
J P Dickert, Newberrv; W T MoElray, Ander?
son; J K Davis. J B Qladney, Thos W Babb
Monticello; N B Holly, Alston; W O Babb, J
VV Willama, Winnsboro; W Anderson, Wm B
IClkina, Laurena; B W Haddon, James Holt,
A W Clarkson, Duo Woat; Dr ?rawloy, Ander?
ion; T lt Gaines, 8 0; T W Oooglor, U A O K
ll; O T Beid. HC; UF Mauldiu, Greenwood; J
S Dawkins, Monticello; W J Arrants. city.
Columbia Hotel-J A Thames, Charleston;
H Moigente, N Y; J O Bulow, Ridgeway; A H
Van Bokkor, Wilmington; lt A Bobbina, Gunn;
H G Gilbert, Charleston; M N Cochrane, N Y;
I Cunningham, Jr, Baltimore; J ti Hudson.
IJennottavlllo; A b Warren, Maysvillc; U D
liilhurt, N C; J Hall, J B Jackson. J tV (hue,
NO; J I Keen, Wilmington; B Tomliuaon, B
W Tomliuaon, Charleston; W Y Paxton, (Jani?
tor; J N Bowden, Y F Toon, N C; A Miller, O
V Mills, M W Goodlett, Grueuvillo; J N Mur?
ray, Aideraon; F A Connor, Cnkoabury; J W
0 tfohierorbock, Walhalla; Mitts H Warren,
li W Mo druin, Chappell'*; K Livingston, Bon
Nickerson House- -D W Aiken, Cnkeabury;
W Hampton, 8 C; G J Putter-on, Chester: G
0 Gary, J M Haydon, Md; A J Dodamoad, Va;
W A Kerrill. Bock Hill; U W Marshall, N 0;
J F Blodgott, wdo and four children, Newber?
ry; A Bamsa-, l'dgotluld; D II Jacques,
Charleston; J 1' Ib id, Anderson; J W Hearst,
Abbeville; ?V B Bradlev, W D Mars, M J 8eig
ler, 8 0; AM Aiken, Greonwood; J fl Bice. H
A Griffin, Ninety-Six; J H Thomas, New Or?
FARINA., Pearl, Oyster,Wine. Bntter, Milk,
Pio-ntc. Cream, Corn Hill, Lemon, Soda,
ftc, ali fresh. For salo low bv
Oat fl_HOPE & OYLES.
KA BUBHEL8 selooted new crop BARLEY.
*J\ f For salo by HOPE A OYLES.
Columbia Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M.
A Regular Convocation of Golr.mbia
lhapte. No. G R. A. M., will be held in
Masonic Hall, THIS (Wednosday)
EVENING, at 7 o'olock. By order of
the GI. E. H. P.
Oct 91_JOHN MORRISON. Seo'y.
Dried Apples and Peaches.
ANICE lot just received. For aale by
T. J. fc H. M. QIB80N,
Corner Lady and Richardson streets.
Oct 9 2
Syr\f\ POUNDS fresh country BUTTER.
??\J\J For sale bv
T. J. A H. M. GIBSON,
Corner Lady and Richardson streets.
Oct 9 _ 2
Oysters in Variety.
CALL at tho Exohango House to get Cedar
Keys. Bull's Bav and Charleston OYS?
TERS. I amllios can be supplied by sending
LAMB FRIES will be served at the Ex?
change House TO-DAY; also, fresh FISH and
Fine CIGARS are a specialty. A large aup
ply just reooived. Oct 9 1
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10,
O II AS D
MRS. 0. E. REED having
just returned froia' tbs North
with a car of all? selected assort?
ment bf MILLINERY and other
hoods, consisting of ?l?gant
BONNETS and H ATS, in Velvet,
Silk, Crape and Straw; also,
Infant'e Caps, Hats and Cloaks,
Children's Dresses, Ladies* and
, . . Children'* Fnrs, Ornamental
Hair io every style and variety, Oorsete,
Ladies' Umler waro, and many other articles
too numerous to mention, sue begs the pa?
tronage nf her many friends in Columbia and
vicinity. Orders solicited and attended to
with care and promptness. Oct 9
TUE (?RAM OPENING
Will take placo on
Monday, October 14.
Uuder the immediate supervision of
HADAME DE HEDEMANN,
PAEIS AND BERLIN?
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
DiBtilled by tho Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, IN HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted porfootly pure, and fi se from all
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of tho finest quality, and the ABOKA
TIO JUMPED BEHCT OF ITALT and designed
expressly for cases of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Goat, Rheumatism, General
Dobillty, Catarrh of the Bladder, Pains in tho
Back and Stomsob, and all diseases of the
Urinary Organs. It gives great relief in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi in the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates tho system, and
is a certain preventative and euro of that
dreadful soourge, FEVER AN? AOTJE.
CAUTION I Ask fur "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For salo by all respectable Grocers ?nd Apo?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importera.
Office, 18 Sonth William street, New York.
8ept IC 3mo