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THE DAILY NEWS.
rjff LAB G ESI CIRCULATION.-THE D A I LY
-NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
BK COGNIZED AS HAVING TBE LAKGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMATN
TNG IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
BACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
ST. MICHAEL'S BELL.-The bell of St. Mi?
chael's will be tolled to-day from seven o'clock
anta after the funeral of the Ber. Paul Trapier
Keith, the late pastor of the church.
FrasT "RAT.H ox NEW COTTON.-The first bale
?of new cotton came down on the South Caro?
lina Railroad on Saturday. It was shipped by
Bussell * Potter, of Augusta, to Williams &
-Guion, of New York.
RAIN.-A beary rain commenced falling on
?Saturday, and continued, with slight intermis?
sions until sunset yesterday. An immense
?quantity of water has fidlen, and the low and
-.exposed lots in the city are all under water.
U. S. COURT.-The Greenville Mountaineer,
of Thursday, says: "This body is still in sca?
nsion here, and will probably continue for se ve?
xai weeks longer. During the past week its
time has been principally occupied in the trial
?of oases for violation of Internal Revenue."
THE DABBER QUESTION.-Since the publica?
tion of the Sunday ordinance, meet of the bar?
ber shops have adhered strictly to its provi?
dions. There are a few of the fraternity, how
.over, who have failed to comply with Ute law.
One of these knights of the razor has been re
ported, and will be heard before the Mayor j
TBS GOT SQUABS IRON BATXTNO.-A portion
of this railing adjoining the Fire-proof Build?
ing has been painted a light color, but only as
far as the north gate on the Meeting-street
.-dido. The contrast between the newly-painted
nils and those un to u ohed by. the brash is very
unsightly. The entire niling should have a
NO ?5 AUTHORIZED BSATTHO OF DRUMS ATTER
. DARK.-We direct special attention to the notice
of tbs Chief of'Police, published elsewhere in
our columns, announcing the strict enforce?
ment bf the existing city ordinance, forbidding
the beating of drums at night, except when, as
..an 'alarm, it may be authorized by competent
FIRE rn EDOEFTELD DrsiBior.-A house and
kitchen, belonging to 0: J. Howard, and situ
ted in Edgefield Dis tri ct, about two and a half
miles from the Augusta Bridge, waa entirely. ]
destroyed by fire on the morning of the 21st
instant. The loss is estimated at from $1600 |
to $2000, and tho property was insured for
$800. The fire is supposed to hare been the
-work of an incendiary,
BELIGIOUP.-Tho attention of the religious
public is invited to the notice in qpr columns
- of special religious services at Trinity Church,
Ai tiie late meeting of the College of Bishops
-cf the Methodist Episcopal Church South, at
Nashville, Tennessee, it was their unanimous
xeoommendation that the week in August,
.from the 33d to. the 30th instant inclusive,
should be observed as an occasion of special
prayer to God.
The special topic presented yesterday was
the revival bf piety in ' the church ; to-day it is
- the religious welfare of the young. Christians
-of aU denominations are invited to unite in the
.services. The seats are true.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-August 22. - Charleston
Moiei.-h.. M. Jackson, Augusta; H. L. Chiches
- aber, New York; J. O?. G ille t, Augusta; George
? 8. Wilcox, U. 8. A.; Samuel L. Harris, South
. 'Carolina; E. BL Lading ton, U. 8. A.; William
Gregg, Aiken;-L. Bullara*, Hilton Head; D. L.
Toles, Florida; M. P. Usina and family, Savan?
nah; William H. Los Om, Jacksonville; lieut. L.
-A. Murray. < -
August 23.-S. Hero, New York, T. S. Wil?
kins, Georgia; R. 8. Fletcher, U. 8. A; 'John
^O'Connell, ?. 8. A.
Pavilion Hotel, August22.-Mri. J. H. Terry
and child; Miss E. Terry, Hiss A. Terry, Wal ter?
ror o'; Mrs. Ghoisy, child and eerrant, New
York; J. H. Keels,'C. Lenone, Gourdins;
-Mrs. Batt ey, Iowa; William M. Loseey, BK
-Stephen's; B. G. Christy, Edisto; James Gray
--dens, philadelphia; H. M. Bobbins, Washing
.ton; James B. Hendricks, Florida.
August 23.-E. L. Barre, W. C. Morgan. M.
H. Cooper, New York; C. C. Cambridge,
/steamer Monterey; W. 0. Darden, Florida; W.
M. Jones, Northeastern Railroad; J. B. Lowry,
Bear's Bluff; Charles K. Bates, city.
A RADICAL CAMPAIGN. DOCUMENT.-The fol?
lowing mendacious document is being scatter
-ed broadcast brer the Southern States in the
in teres ta of the Radical party :
To the Colored People of South Carolina i
[Bead thia and giva it to your neighbor.]
Every one knows that there are two parties
:in this State; one is called the Republican par?
ty, the other ia known as the Democratic
. Question.-Who composes the Republican
Answer.-Those who believe in equal rights
.for ali men, without regard to color or birth?
Q.-Who composes the Democratic party ?
A.-Every man who WM? rebel and alaro
holder, and'who believes that a colored man
lias no right to hare wages for his work, or the
: pririlege of/yohng br educating his children.
Q.-What will be the certain consequences to
? the colored people if they vote the Democratic
? A.-They w?l be deprived of the right to vote
-at all future elections.
They will be reduced to slavery, or some con
. -dition similar to it. by Democratic laws,
i They will ba required to work without wages.
They will not.be allowed to leave the plauta?
lion on which. ?hey live without permission of
their bid o wu ere. ^
They will not, be allowed to hare guns or
.weapons in their possession.
They will not bo "allowed io teach their chil
"dren to read and write.
They will not be allowed to hear sermons
preached by men ol their own color. 1
They will not be allowed to nde on railroads
..or in vessels unless accompanied by their
Th y will not be allowed to visit their friends
. or ?relatives ata distance.
Their wires aud r'aughtera will again be lia?
ble to be debauched at th . will of their inas
*ters, as in the days of slavery.
In short, every evil under which thb colored
people suffered in the days of shivery will sure
-ly come again, if the Democratic party comes
Every, colored man who votes the Demo
era tio ticket for Seymour and Blair, is doing
an act which will make him a Blave.
Every man knows that the Republican party,
.under the lead of God. President Lincoln and
'General Grant; xreed the whoe colored race
from slavery; and every man who knows any?
thing, believes that the Democrats will, if they
can, make them slaves again.
When ' he D.mjc ats offer you monoy or
-work for your vo e, ako all they will gira, ex?
cept their whiBkuy, wuich will' ruin > ou; bot
when you conic to vote, vote for Grant and
Colfax, and d n't bj drive i or cujol d out of
it; stand up for your rig.ita Lko men, and
tho Bepublica<i party will .-..and np for you.
Recollect that a ->olo ed man is as good as a
white one. but be quiet aud peaceable, and
Grant and Colfax will protect you after the
election on the 3d of November next
DEATH OP THE REV. PAUL THAMES KEITH.
Tho BOT. P. T. Keith, the reolor of St. Mich?
aels Church in this city, died at an early hour
on yesterday morning. He had been nnder
medical treatment for some dave, but rallied
so muoh on Friday last that his sadden death
was not expected.
Mr. Keith was born on October 6,1601, and
at the time of his death was consequently in
his 67th year. He graduated at the S ate Uni?
versity at Columbia in 1820. and went to New
York, where he continued his theological
studies. He returned to Charleston and was
ordained a deacon and priest by the late Bishop
Bowen in 1829. He then became rector of All
Saints Church, Georgetown, whence he remov?
ed to this city and became the assistant rector
of St. Michael's Church, the Bev. Paul Trapier
then being rector. On the retirement of Mr.
Trapier from the active ministry, about twenty
years ago, Mr. Keith became the rector of St.
Michael's Church, which charge he held at the
time of his death.
The funeral of Mr. Keith will take place at
10 o'clock this morning, and the services will
be performed by the Rev. Christian Hauokel,
D. D., who is the oldest Episcopal minister
now in the city.
At St. Michael's Church yesterday, the cele?
brant, the Bev. E. C. Edgerton, in the course
of his sermon spoke with great feeling of the
late Mr. Keith. He described the invaluable
services and pare Christian Ufe of the deceas?
ed iu such a manner as to touch the feelings
and awaken the sympathies of all his hearers.
The Bev. Mr. Keith was well known in
Charleston and throughout the State, and was
universally rsspeoted. Throughout a long ca?
reer he labored assiduously and earnestly in
the cause of the church, winning admiration
and regard from all denominations by the
rectitude of his character and the spotless?
ness of his fame. Mr. Keith was a plain,
methodical, conscientious and pious man,
whose whole heart and soul, without outward
show, was engaged in aivanoing the inter?s is
DEMOCRATIC BARBECUE IN CHRIST CHURCH
PARISH.-On Saturday last a barbecue was
given on tba Georgetown road, about four
miles from Mount Pleasant, by the Democratic
Club of Mount Pleasant to the colored people
of Christ Church Parish. The invitation had
been extended some time before hand, and
proper means taken to spread the news on the
various plantations. There are several thou?
sand colored people in the parish, and it was
expected that about one thousand would be
present. Preparations were made accordingly,
and a bountiful supply of eatables forthat num?
ber of people was famished. When the white
people assembled, however, they soon discover?
ed that, notwithstanding the big dinner which
waa offered them free, the colored peo?
ple were not coming. In fact, not more
than fifty colored persons appeared upon the
ground. On inquiry, it was found that many
more intended to come, but had been prevent?
ed from doing so by orders from the Union
League. This was somewhat disheartening,
but Hon. F. D. Richards on, who is Lhe life of |
the Mount Pleasant Democracy, determined to
make the best of circumstances, and accord?
ingly addressed the few colored people present
in an earnest and eloquent manner and at some
length. He Blated that the object of the bar?
becue was to enable them to hear their former
masters and friends in vindication of them?
selves against the false accusations and asper?
sions of malicious men. The orders of the
League that they should not attend showed a
fear that they might be convinced. Judge
Richardson was listened to thioughout with
profound attention, and told such plain and
wholesome truths, that when he had finished,
his audience were interested to hear more. Ho
was followed by CoL B. H. Rutledge, who made
a capital stomp speech, one that augurs well for
his success in the ooming canvass. He inter?
ested and amused all his hearers, and if he
convinced none, he at least disposed the greater
part of them to listen favorably to farther ar?
gument on the same side. Colonel Simonton
followed with an able, but plain and simple ex?
position of Radical falsehoods, which evidently
went home to the minds of his hearers. When
Colonel Simonton had finished, everybody was
invited to dinner, and though they all held
back at first, as soon as one took the lead all
followed; and the provisions, including sixteen
hundred loaves of bread, intended for one thou?
sand people, wero generously distributed amoDg
fifty. After dinner, some sensible remarks
were mt.de by a colored man named Guy
?Simons. When he concluded, Major E. F.
O'Brien, an ex-United States officer, asked him
a few questions, and took the opportunity of ]
making a telling speech, containing much plain
troth plainly spoken.
William Murrel, a colored Republican, next
jpoke, and be was answered by Mr. Kinloch, a
prominent citizen, and by William Cooper, a
sound colored Democrat. The meeting then
liBpersed. Wmt at first looked like a failure,
bad ILanks to the determination of Judge
Richardson and the ability of the various
speakers, been turned to good account. What
had beon said had evidently made a deep im?
pression on those who heard; and one promi?
nent colored man said to one of the speakers:
"There are not many here to-day, sir. The
people did not understand. Next time you
sill not be able to soe the ground."
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.-The recent fancy
jail at these springs was a marked success. A
sorrespondent of the New York World gives a
flowing description ot tho per&onel and exer?
cises of the pleasant occasion :
Richmond now mases her claim for plar-e in
me person of the fair Miss T-, one of that
jiffy's most justly noted belles and - unties, a
blonde with a complexion of unrivalled beauty
?ud a figuro to match. She was a Marquise
)f the fourteenth century, and woro the usual
(triking garb-the step is that of a queen her
telf. Miss M. M-, of Richmond, looked
ovely as a Spanish girl. Little Miss Pickens,
if South Carolina, a child, represented t?o nth
Carolina in chains. Miss C-p, of Richmond.
is a Sheperdess; Miss C-n, of Richmond, as
iutumn. very nicely and artistically attired,
irs. Sharp, of Rion mond, and Mrs. General
)aaey, ot New Orleans, (both sisters to Mrs.
ieneral Grant) in tasteful fancy costumes.
Fheie were many distinguished married ladies
?resent-Mrs. Steuard, of Richmond, one of
he most accomplished and fascinating women
n Southern society; Mrs. ex-Goveruor Pickens,
>f South Carolina, a tall and re?al beauty,
ufo io tho former Minister to Ru-Bia, and
rearing the same rich and elegant costume tl
he did when presented at St. Petersburg, 4c. jf
On the 27th the ?rand ball of the season 0
akes place, under thc management of a select 4'
ommittee of distinguished gentlemen from
he Middle and Southern Statos, who will bo
ssisted by the polite aud efficient proprietors
nd their subalterns. I ^
THE SEA ISLAND COTTON CROP.-The cater
illar, whioh for some weeks past had given
idicii ; "us of commencing a destructive raid I p
u tho growing crop, has not, wo aro ploasod | s
} leam,shown any insrked signs of activity up
) this period, the damage so far ciustained
aving bern buf. slight. Tho la!est ?ntelli
encd generally indicates a good state of the
lant, and should the next few weeks pass
ithout a gale or too much rain, or tho worm
til to give new indications of vitality, the
respect is favorable for the planter receiving
fair reward for tha year's toil.
MoREHEAjD BITTERS-These bitters can be
ad at Jamen MoKean, No. 58 Anson-stroet, who is I f'
repared to f)ll all orders with dispatch.
August 10 . 3moa mfw
Bas? Ball-The Carolina and Eclipse
The following excellent report of the match
game between the Eclipse and Carolina Base
Ball Clubs, on Thursday last, bas been kindly
furnished na :
The Carolinas having won the toss, sent their
opponents to the bat, they taking the field.
First Inning.-Maguire led off for the Eclipse
with a heavy ball to centre field, securing for
himself a olean home run. E. 8terken followed,
and by a grounder between first and second
bases, which was not quickly fielded, made his
first stole round to third base, and came home
on a passed ball. Cheney followed, but was
put out on first by Schacte. Lynch made bis
first base on a muffed ball by McCabe, and
came home on a passed ball. Myer made bis
third on a daisy cutter to right field. W. Ster?
ken next took the bat and put a red hot ball to
Schacte, which was kindly cared for, and
S ch ac te quickly running over to third base, put
Myer ont also. The inning closing with three
Schaotenow opened for the Carolinas, but was
brought to grief by a foul bound, which Ma.
guire took charge of. Houston followed, and
made first and came borne on a passed ball.
Follin was taken on th 9 fly by Myer. O'Neill
made bis first on a low ball to second base,
and subsequently came home on a passed bali.
McGary struck out. The inning closing with
Second Inning.-Kronau opened for Eclipse,
but was soon retired on a foul bound to Edger?
ton. The Eclipse, by some excellent batting
and some very loose fielding on the part of their
opponents, pdded ten runs to their score-Ma?
guire and E. Sterken each securing two runs,
and Hayes, Cheney, Lynch, Myer, W. 8terken
and Kronan each one. The unfortunates were
Cheney on a foul fly to Edgerton and Haye P.
Hager, Schaote and Fuller each scored. Those
brought to grief were McCabe, out at first;
Houston on a fly to Lynch, v hi ch be took beau?
tifully; and Edgerton struck out
The game now stood five to I hirteen in favor
of the Eclipse.
Third Inning_Lynch took the bat, but was
unfortunate enough to put a foul to S.hacte.
which he took care of. Myer, by a heavy hit
to left field, secured a home run. W. Sterken,
Kronan, Hayes and Maguire each secured a
run. E. Sterken was taken on the fly by McGa
ry, and Cheney, on a fine ball to centre field,
endeavored to make a home run, but the ball
being quickly fielded by Fuller to Schacte, ho
was stopped short when within a lew feet of
the hoped for goal. Inning closed with five
The Carolinas in this inning just saved them?
selves a skunk, O'Neill making the only run,
Follin, McGary and Huger striking out.
I Fourth Inning. -Lynch was again unfortu?
nate, Schacte befog too Alert to let a foal fly
pass him and consequently nabbed it. Meyer,
kronan, Maguire and Hayes each scored, the
?wo other unfortunates being W. and E. Ster?
The Carolinas now went to the bat, deter?
mined if possible to lessen the difference in the
score. McCabe opened with a home run and
added another to his score before the innings
closed. O'Neill followed his oxamplo by doing
ditto, making the number of home runs even
on both sides. Edgerton, Schacte, Houston,
Follin, McGary and Fuller, each secured a run.
Faller struck oat, Edgerton taken on the fly by
Maguire, and Huger ditto by Kronan. Game
now standing 23 to 15 in favor of Eclips?
Fifth Inning.-Darkness was fast approach?
ing, but it was thought that this inning could
be played oat and the game thereby decided.
The Carolinas went to work with a will, and by
some very pretty playing retired their antago?
nists in one, two, three order-Cheney boing
put at first by Edgerton, Lynch being again
unfortunate on a foul bound to Schacte, and
W. Sterken taken on the fly by McCabe, Myer
being left on third base.
Schacte secured his run, Houston was put
sat on a foul bound to Maguire, Follin scored
md O'Neill made his first and was on his way
to second when the umpire, on account of the
darkness, called the game. Only four oven in?
nings being played, it was consequently (ac?
cording lo the roles of the national association)
The playing of both clubs was far from their
asnal standard, and the fielding on the part of |
the Carolinas in the second inning was very
At an early day we hope to Bee the deciding
same played, and we advise both clubs to give
ia much time as possible to practico during
The players on Thursday were greatly an?
noyed by the crowd closing up upon them and
riving them a very contracted space to play in.
Cannot this be remedied ?
Below we give the score:
ECLIPSE. B. 0.
Maguire, 0.5 0
E. Sierkcn, 1. f.. .3 3
3heney, r. f.1 8
Lynch, s. s..2 . 2
Meyer, p.3 1
W. Sterken, 3d b.a 2
Cronan, 1st b....3 1
Say es, 2d b.3 l
CABO LISA B. 0.
schacte, 1st b....2 1
Houston, i. f..... 2 l
Foll in, r. f.1 2
O'Neill, cf.3 0
Mcirtry, 2d b....l 2
Huger, s. s.1 2
McCabe, p.2 1
Fuller, 3d b.2 1
Edgerton, ?.i 2
INNINOS 1 2
karolina.2 3 1 9
Eclipse.3 10 6 ?
Files Caught-Eclipse, 4; Carolina, 4.
Home Buns-Eclipse. 2; Carolina, 2.
Umpire-D. D. Stubbs, Alert.
Scorers-Eclipse, J. F. Simons; Carolina, C.
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SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-By an advertisement in
nether column it will be seen thal a first-rate oppor
nnity ls now offered for an establishment of resort
n Sullivan's Is and, which, lor bathing and other
easide recreations, ls equal to Long Brauch or any
ther faBhiouable watering place North. Two first
lass doubl? piazza houses uro offered to rent, au.!
loir location, close to the famous Fort Beauregard,
i the best ou tho Island for getting tho full benefit
f the cool Atlantic breezes. Thero is litte doubt
lat <he houses will soon be socure I by some enter*
rising person, and that belore Lone Sullivan'.- Isl.
nd wi l offer irresistible attractions in tho shape o? a
aol, well conducted establishment for visitors,
toamcrs ply between tue city ?md thc Maud three
mes a day, and every facJity is afforded for passen
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TJCAS, one dollar
er pound, at WHBOU'H grocer/, southeast coiner
ocicty ..nd Anson strcots. Goods de ivnred frei-.
KULS KNOX.JOllS 01X1
K?NOX & GILI,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHABF, BALTIMOBE.
Consignments of COTTON, RIC,':, &c, re- necv
illy solicited, aud libera) advances mad? the/.-on,
niera for CO UN and BACON promptly executed
ith care and attention.
April 27 12mos*
$)?tnt5f ?Hs, Ctr.
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gaUfias Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons No. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pure Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
SOO gallons English Linseed Oil
50 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
20 barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOE SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pare Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare American White Zinc.
ALL OF TBE ABOVE FOB SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 ME E TIN Q -ST RE ET.
fagt, Chcmtrols, Cftr.
Purifies the Blood.
For Bale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 D?o lyr
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ALL, CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
SST For Testimonials of remarkable
eures, see "Roeadalls Almanac" for thu
FBEFABXD ONLY BT
DB. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 244 BiLTTilOKE-STREET, BALTIMORE, 1?D.
FOR SALE BY
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No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
July 22 _ Cmos
P E C I A L NOTICE
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIBE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22J Juno, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ires formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, 8TEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HA YNE-STREET,
And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FBESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL ?H?
LEADING ARTICLES IN ODB LINE FBOM THE
BEST LABOBATOBLES, ONE OF OUR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOB EUBOPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUT. FALL IMPOBTATIONS IN
8TOBE BY THE 20TH?SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARB ANO EMEN TS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERBUPTION,
GOODRICH, "WINEMAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Hayne-strcct,
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON, P. O
J)ELY UPON OURSELVES,
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CURiS DYSPEPSI*, INDIGESTION, DIAR?
RHOEA. Fr.VER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
Wo have, after long study and roany experiments.
BU.reeded in producing what wc claim to bo tho
BEST uTTTERS AND MOST' PLEASANT Uty K.
AGE in use, compounded as they are of the moat
valu.iblo ingredients known to diannne.'. As u
IONIC AND *P ITIZER it has no equ:it-roii.ib o
in all B'LIuUs DtRANGEHSNH, resulting /rom
miasmatic influent e-, so prevalent at tbe Snut'i, a,id
change of diet, el m no and water. In otlerin" to
tho Southern pul Ile our great TONIC AND Bi-.VEi;
AG., we only ask lor it a fuir trial, leelin^ assured
its own merlrs will i-oon ensuro tts becoming i favor?
ite it tho south. Il luis al' the ploasing qua Hes of
a "Liqueur,-* ad thou h under a small volume, is
f ur times ur re activt) thin other prenara^on*. I
isiilm istindisnensable for r constituting thc bloo.i
'n romaica suff'jring from debility and loss ol ap e
llte, and for pera 'ns exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over exer.iou. The benefit of these bitteis
an< felt, immediately. Dose is a wine glass full before
Each hortic haa our stamp ind signature, over the
cork. DOWIE ft MOI-K, Proprietors
And Wuolesale Druggi ts,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner uasel.
August 5 6mo*
Q_ H. SASS,
* ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
MST Office No. IS BROAD-STREET, over the Feo
plea, Ka?onal Ban*._May 8
ty ILLIS & CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
* SHIPPING AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE POBO EASE, PALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Do mes ?le Porta) of
COTTON, BICE, LUM BEB AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHABF, Charleston, 8. 0.
E.WILLIS.A. B. CB3S0LM.
T^TILBUR it SUN,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manser of dalma
J| AI. MARSHALL ?l BROTHER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
A3-Auction of HOBSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednesday. October 10
J? OO K Alf D JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FBTENDB
and the Public that be has a large assortment oi
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock ol
CARDS, PAPER, ftc, direct from manufacture re,
and will execute all orders for
BOOR AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at QBE A TL Y BEDUCED
Haring large fonts of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if left at No. S3 HAYNE-STBEET.
May 12 JAS- W- MCMILLAN.
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 UARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Where may be found every variety of GREAI
COATS, FROCK AND DBESS COATS, Shirts, Un
derkhlrts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bass.
Valises, tc. February 6
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EV EB Y DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTEB
[NG LATHS. PAINTS. OLDS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
ilso. G BOO VE AND TONGUE BOARDS, ftc, con
rtantly on band kt the lowest market Drices.
September 12 thmlyr
J M PO R TE R S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, fte.,
And Doalora ID
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.
?S-Goods delivered to all parts ot the city.
July 15 wlm 3mo
P. n *iM!,*,
ViHOJBoAiJi ...>-> ..-.i.uL
DOORS, SASHES WO BLINDS,
HORLBECK'-> WU ?RF,
Charit ?loa, S. C.
Particular attention paid to chipping.
July 30 Graos *
STATE BILIS BECEIYABLE.
STATE BILLS RECEIVABLE FOB SALE AT A
large discount These Bills will pay State Taxes,
and are tasen at par.
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
August 21 No. 8 Broad-street.
No. ISO MEETING-STREET,
ABE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DBI GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade.' ' An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An ageni In New York will furnish sup?
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
July 30 omofl
wm & H0WAB1,
You can do all your Cooking, save time, j
trouble and money, and avoid beating tho :
house in Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove, j
Ask for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN i
( Oas) STOVE. They are the best Take no ;
! Send for Circular.
! Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas |
I Burners, Nursery LampB, KeroBeno Gluo .
j Bots, Ac,, Ac
Liberal terms to Agents. _j
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOB OHABLESTON.
August 24 Eic 3mo
QULLETT'S PATENT STEEL BRUSH
THE SUBSCBIBEB 18 NOW PBEP ABED TO RE?
CEIVE orders for the above celebrated GINS. Their
merits were fully tested last season ; and to those in
want of Gins thia year reference is given to the seve?
ral Factors and Cotton Mendiants of this city.
Catalogues, giving foll particulars, may be had on
application to 0. GBAVELEY,
No. 62 Esst Bay, Sooth of the Old Postofflce,
Agent for the State of South Carolina.
July 20 mil
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of aO sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hind
power, Saw and Rice Milla
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASS WEIGHTS, ate, rfc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'*
F-iIR, London ? WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Parla;
WINNER OF THEW AGEE
30,000 FRANCS ! I
(90,000 IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
The public arc invited to call and examine the re?
port of tlie Jury on the menu of the great contest,
and sec tho official award to the Herring's Palest
over all others.
HERRING; FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New ?ork.
CARE h El, HERRING k CO., 1 H ERRING k CO.
Philaacliihia. j Chit'go,
HERRING. FARREL A- SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock ou hand by
WALKER, h YANS A: COGSWELL
Sos. 3 BROAD AND Wi EA'l BAY STREETS,
CHA RU STO N, S.C.
March 3 arno
[TS OnNsTItUbNT-. ia" UICUKST PARI OB
the tarry ot Who it a.id -arley Malt, being
iciontifica ly i>re- ared read tit une fbi" food hy a i.
1- sis ie thc hame in ll* ch micni elements a?
1! Ai THY B .iv\S MILK, and ii -ho easiestof di?
ction and aa imitation of ail ':ouriHbments for
'liildien, luv ni.ls and Dy.-P'-piic* It ha- becu
ried i y ho 'ysi ians of C arlc-t.'n, an ' is rocjm
?ended and prefribed by th- most eminent puysf
iuns of New Vork. GEO. WELLS IXV.S'.OI'K,
No. 57 t'ortland-tr-ut. Nt w York.
Durarte iv MOISE,
January 16 Charle?ton, S. C.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facia*, tn me directed
and delivered, win be ?old on MONDAY, tho 7tb
day of September, at the northeast caraar of the..
Courthouse, between ll o'clock A. M. and SP. M.,
All the right, tule ind Interest of the Defendant in
all that LO I OF LAND with a two-and-a-half-story
Bilck Building and other improvements thereon,
situate on the west side of Iimehouse-street, and
known as No. 7.
Levied on and to bc sold as the property of James
B. Addison at the ault of the People's National Bank.
At the same time and place,
AU the right, title and interest of the Defendant in
all that LOt' OF LAND with a two and-a-half-etory
Wooden Building and other improvements thereon,
situate on the south side of Henrietta-street, and
known as No. 2L
?Levied on and to be sold as the property of Joshua
Jones at the suit of St John Phillips.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
all those TWO LOTS OF LAND, with the two three
story Brick Buildings and other improvements
thereon, situate on the east side of King-street'and
known as Nos. 434 and 436.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Oath? ?
erine Oppenheim at the suit of Al Dart Bischoff.
At the same time and pLue,
All th? right, title and Interest of the defendant ta.
ail that LOT OF LAND, with a three-story Brick:
Building and other improvements thereon, situate
on the east side of East Bay, and knowu a? No. -.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Isaac
Belitzer, at the several sui.s of M. Raphael, J. E. Ad- -
ger & Co., and Wm. Marscher.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of-the defendant In
all that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and other
improvements thereon, situate on Bennett-street,
Mount Pleasant, measuring one hundred and seven
(107) feet front, by one hundred and twenty-five (125)
feet deep, more or less.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of W. T.
Pearce at the suit of B. H. Bequest.
At the same time and place,
All the right, tide and interest of the defendant in
all that TRACT OF LAND In St Stephen's Pariah and
known aa Moto see Plantation, measuring and con?
taining four hundred (400) acres, mora or lesa,
bounded on northeast by lands of A. Hood, on souto,
weat by lands of Clem mens.
Levied on and to be sold aa the property of John
A Shirer, at the suit of A. T. Darby, Administrator
for J. M. Creswell
At the same time and place,
AB the right title and Interest of the d?tendant in
all that LOT OF LAbD situate on Ferry-street,
Levied on and to be sold as the property of John M.
Bryan at the suit of William Yon Gohren.
At the same time and place,
All the right title and iaterast of the de?
fendant In all those TWO TRAC IN OF LAND
situate in St James' Goose Creek The first meas?
uring and containing fifteen hundred (1500) acres;
mora or lesa, bounded on north by lands of T. flu
8 mi th, west by lands of Hard, south by Filbj'a?
Creek. The second measuring and containing six.
hundred (600) acres, nora or less, bounded on tho
north by Filby's Creek, south by lands of estate ot
Hard, east by Cooper Elver, westby Luids of danders;
Levied on and to be sold as the proper cy of Charlea
H. Cohn, at the suit of Wm. H. Chafe? and others;
August 17 WM. fl. HAbTTF, 8. C. P.
^nrttaottrs' jpriaatr Salts.
BY ?. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
at Private Sale
The unexpired Lease of a well located FIRST
CLASS PIUVAT? BOARDING HOUSE, together
with the entire Fixtures and Bar. Fixtures only
BOld 00 account ol owner lea vin j the state.
August 19 wftn8'
PIANO F. O B T E 8?t
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, '
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietor?.
?^TJISEX, CARROLL di CO.
PBESZT.YSRS, PICKLtRS, OYSTER PACKERS, A?,
No. 18 Light-street, Bartimoro,
Joint Proprietor* and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MTT.TT,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Compaaj
April 22 _flmoal
E. AUSTER mn ALFRED jnouk\nb
HOBEST H. mOPSa
-pyaw. JENKINS & SONS,
rafPOBTUtS AND jj?ALEES nf
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS?
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 6moa Baltimore, M'
Q_ SORGE R. GAUTIER, JR., dt CO,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT!,
No. 4 Camdeii-strcet, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
Ht GRt'PT ? CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVEHT-STREET,
Bal tim ere.
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
April 20 Cmos
Q.RLFFIN, BROTHER dt CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET.
D?ANOS: P I A IV ? s J I
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEES
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. ST IE FF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OYER BALTIMORE PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERCOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTX?
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
STTEFF'S PIANO5 HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, lacladlos: the AcratTe treble, Ivory
[rents, and the Improved French Actina, folly war?
ranted for live years, wi:h priv?le;?? nf oxcha-ace
within twelve months it not entire ? ?-.tis actory to
.urcnaser. second-handed Piinos ind Parlor Or>
rans always on hand frem $T>0 to 300
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUR PIANOS rf? 1781:
General Robert li. Lee, l.oxiu.'ton, Va.
Gen-ral Hobert Rinso n, Wilmtn ron. N. O.
Bl ?hop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwcll A Sons, CL nott?. N. O.
Mn-trakosch, Itali in Opera
Messrs. Pierson A Sous, Sumter, s. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston. S, fi
Aprd 22 6MOS>