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? MO" LAUGEST. cmC?LATl?N.-THB D 'A I LY
?EWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
?RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION TN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON?
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
BACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PBOVIS
?ONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFTCE LAW.
AUCTI02T SALES 1EIS DAT.
B. M. MATtawATT. & BBOTHEE will sell at quar
*ier-past 10 oVslock, before their office, No. 33
.Bror.d-street, horses, males, gold watches, eec.
CAMPBELL, KNOX 4 Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
At their auction honso, No. 55 Has9l -street, dry
goods, shoes, &o.
INCENDIARISM-The dwelling of Mr. James
.Burnside, about seven miles from Columbia,
on the South Carolina Railroad, with its entire
-contenta, was destroyed by fire on Friday night
A SPIRITED CARICATURE of the happy family
.of carpet-baggers starting down hill together
in the legislative coach, wa? posted on THE
NEWS' bulletin, and kept East Bay in a broad
.grin all day yesterday.
NEAGLE AGAIN, -r The Columbia Phoenix pub?
lishes a statement that Dr. Neagle, the so
called Comptroller and Representative, was col
portear for the Presbyterian Board of Publica?
tion at Philadelphia, and that he was a default
?er to about the snm of eighty dollars.
THE DRAMA.-We understand that in a few
weeks the H iberian Hail Theatre will be re?
opened, under the auspices of Manager Tem?
pleton. Arrangements are now in progress
-with a view to the engagement ' of a suitable
-stock company and "Stars." Lively times are
ah wad. ' '
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIA?
TION.-Stockholders in the above association
-are requested to notice .their advertisement in
another column. A dividend on purchases and
instalments has been declared, and the deposit
.books are'requested to bo Teft at 'the store, in
Market-street,' to have the credits duly entered.
MOBS NEW COTTON.-Messrs. Pe brer, Rodgers
?i Co., Atlantic wharf,' received on Monday,
from Bamberg, S. C., forwarded by Dr. E. H.
.Dowling, one bale of new cotton weighing Sve
hundred and Hf ty-four pounds. It was sold to
Messrs. Willis ft' Ch?solm, for Messrs. F. W. &
H. Waldo, Jyew?ork, at thirty cents.per pound.
. TESTERDAV, which ushered in the fall season,
?Iso - itnes'sed a perceptible brightening up in
-the aspect of things on our principal business
.streets. This was rather the hem of prepara?
tion than the rush of opening business; but
the conviction is general that the . fail trade
?will b3 brisk und profitable, and everbody is in
good spirits. ^Sg!
PERSONAL.-We see.by the Augusta papers
Vi th a t Dr. Couturier, formerly of C harleston, has
been giving dra win gr oom. eut : riaiunien ta in
that city, with much success; and it has been
suggested that in the present dearth .of public
amusements.a similar.entertainment, or series
-of entertainments in Char rea ton, would be well
attended by th? old friends ?I Dr. Co u t uri er.
THE CASE OF. THE BANS OF THE STATE.
The Columbia-Phoenix of yesterday prints ah
-elaborate communication from Hon. L W.
JIayne, the late Attorney-General, in response
to the opjwipn reoen?y_given,_by. Air. Attornoy
Oeneral Chamberlain in regard to the bill now
-ponding, in the Legisla tore to close the opera?
tions of the Bank of the State.
THE NEW ENGINE HOUSE OF THE PHOENIX
Tire Company, in Cumberland-street, presents
?quite a handsome appearance since the stucco
lias been', applied to the front and the exterior
-walla hive received their light coloring. The
Pheonix boys have reason to be proud of their
& anding. 'Tho furniture far their new hall has
-been ordered, and is now daily expected:
. Tax Nsw WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE of I
I. L. Falk & Co., (a firm well known to our f
-citizens bj its operations in the retail trade,
which MYe been and still, are conducto i at No.
'-SO^Ky^treet,) yesterday opened its: doors
for rflnne?i3 in the handsome store, No. 167
Moe ting-street, opposite the Charleston Hotel.
T A large and handsome Bfgh, in letters so con?
spicuous that he who runs may read,- attracts
.-attention to the new establishment.
Bass BALL, -A Bp ?rited contest, took place
yesterday afternoon between a picked nine of ]
the Alerte agaicut the field. There were ai
number of persons present who manifested
.considerable inter3st in the game. Six innings
were played, ?&d the score stood ll for the
nine and 25 for the field. Attention is directed
toa call for a meeting which appears in an?
other coramri. A punctual attendance is par?
ticularly requested, as business of importance
.will be under discussion.
TRESPASSING OK MAONOLIA CEMETERY.-Re
-ce ntly several parlies of negroes of both sexes
-have been in the habit of visiting Magnolia
.Cametery and indulging in rude a Al boisterous
.coiftlact. The men are generally^' arm od with
?clubs, and aro no respecters of private pro?
perty, breaking and destroying the shrubbery
ai. will. Magnolia is not a public pleasure
?ground, and ?ny invasion of this cherished
.spot by unauthorized .persons is a sacrilege
- that should st once be stopped.
CHARLESTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM
J\iNx-At the meeting. of this Company, held
-at the Masonic Hall on Tuesday night; ? a com?
mittee of five were appointed to nominate
twelve persons from whom nine.directors would
- bc chosen. ' The directors thus chosen to meet ?
-mbsequontJy and elect. a president from their
number. . The meeting was then .adjourned tb
Friday night, when the company w.ll beper
made oy. the two Life Insurance Companies
formed on tho oo-oporative plan to effect a
,. ? -,; . , . -j-. -
BIOTOUS PROCEEDINGS TN CHESTEB.-In Ches?
ter, under the teachings of the colored mao,
Wrmbuah, and the "Rev." Whit te more, a lat?
ter-day saint, the freedmen seem disposed to
-cultivate tbs aft of war. On Saturday last, a
large party assembled at the church near the
village, and with music and some fifteen or
sixteen guns in ranks, they formed and march
en to a gathering on the Unijn road. In the
evening they returned in the same military
style, and marched through the town, making
a noisy and defiant demonstration. Fortunate?
ly, nothing serious occurred. The whites are
determined, here as elsewhere, to be forbear?
ing to the last degree.
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD 1.-The
. colored Club of this Ward met last night at the
Democratic Head quart ere corn er of Broad and
.Church streets. There was ? good attendance
of the members, who represented the Intelli?
gent portion of their race, and an evident de?
sire was manifested to unite ?ich the Demo?
cratic party and to support their principles.
.Addresses were mado by Messrs. J. B. Cohen
?nd A. T. Smythe, and other speakers address?
ed the meeting, including Riley, a colored
'man, who, In a few forcible remarks, showed
his colored hearers the position they should as
.sume at the coming election. The proceeding!
ware orderly and haimonioas.
Tin:DEMOCRACY m YOBS MOVING.-The Dem?
ocrats of York District held a large mass meet?
ing at that place on last Saturday. The pro?
cession, headed by the band of the Sixth In?
fantry, and bearing a banner inscribed with
the names of Seymour and Blair, marched
through the town to the stage near a grove
where they halted, and speeches were delivered
by Colonels W. B. "Wilson, McCorkle, T. ?tobo
Farrow, ABbury Coward, J. P. Thomas, Gen
oral E. M. Law, and others. The meeting was
presided ovor by J. D. Witherspoon, Esq., and
the attendance of whites and blacks was quite
Tus GOVERNOR'S VETO of the city election
bill has fallen like a wet blanket on the echemos
of Pillsbury and his clique. A large number
of strange negroes, evidently from the islands
and plantations in the neighborhood of the
city, were seen yesterday lounging around the
Club House and Milita'/ Hall, and standing in
knots on the street corners. Their preeonce
here at this time excited some comment, and
it gradually leaked out that these were embryo
citizens, who had been specially imported by
the Radicals to vote the Pillsbury ticket under
the thirty days' residence clause. Now they
will be permitted to return to the fields and
HOTEL ARRIVALS, September 1-Pavilion Ho?
tel.-J. W. Hamlet, Mount Holly; James King
and George Barker, Savannah; T. D. Hampton,
North Carolina; M. Levy and two children and
J. H. Holhday, Manning, S. C.; E. Allworth,
lady and four children, city; C. S. Pack, Salt?
er's; James D. Bell, Beaufort; J. Ulrich, Effing?
ham; John A. Murray, steamer Falcon.
Charleston HoteL-TL. P. Mayrant, Jr., South?
ern Express Company; Captain Jessie D. Hor?
sey, Steamer Falcon; J. C. Gillett, Augusta;
George Staber, Kew York; L. P. Sipple, Atlanta;
H. E. Eszen, United States Army; Henry
Moued, Atlanta; Charles P. Atmore, Louisville,
Ky.; R. E. Elliott and J. G. Barnwell, South
Carolina. . _
LABOE DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN LEXINGTON.
The Democracy, of Lexington rallied in force
on last Saturday, at Mush Island, and were ad?
dressed by several distinguished speakers on
the issues of the day. The-meeting was called
to order by the chairm an, Captain Henry Gei?
ger, who introduced the several speakers.
Stirring speeches were made by Mr. S. Caugh
man. Colonel H. A. Meetze, Major 0. C. Turn?
er, a Democratic representative of the Legis?
lature from Spartanburg, Hon. Jas. D. Trade
well, of Columbia, and 8. T. Agnew, Esq.
Henry Kershaw (colored), from Columbia, also
responded to a call made upon him. At the con'
Jus ion of the speaking those present were in?
vited to partake of a generous barbecue which
had been prepared for the occasion. The pro?
ceedings were characterized by good will and
harmony, and Lexington is described as wide
?wake for Seymour and Blair.
OLD LANDMARKS Goss_Everybody who
bas lived in Charleston baforerthe war remem?
bers the antiquated field-pieces, relics of the
dava of the Revolution, which were to be lound
here and th ero in oar streets, half buried on
the edge of sidewalks, and which, having out?
lived their usefulness on the field of glory,
served no more warlike purpose than that of
horse-posts and occasional resting places for j
corner loungers. Not one of theae specimens !
ot "ancient artillery" is now to be seen in the
lower part of the city. They disappeared dur?
ing the war, when the demand for metal was
urgent, and it is not unlikely that, cast in a
new mould, they were again made to play their
part in scenes of Etrife and carnage. Two 32
ponnders, however, remain mute sentinels at
the gateway of the South Carolina Railroad in
Ann-street; and it is to be hoped that the day
is far hence wnen the exigencies of war may
cause these, too, to be uprooted and consigned
to the furnace.
BILL ot MORTALITY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charles toa, for the week ending
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Birth, Premature. ...
Bram, Congestion of..
DI arrhes a. Chronic...,
Tri sm us Naseenjtum.
Want or Vi tali t
* I 8
Whites, 8; Blacks and Colored, 12-Total, 30.
Under 1 year of age... 8 Between 50 and 60 yrs. 8
Between land5yrs... 3 between 60and 70 vre. 1
Between Sand 10yrs.. 0 Between 70sud 80yrs. 2
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 1 Between 80 and 90 yrs. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 0 Between 90 and 100 y ts. 0
Between 30 and 10 } rs. 0 Over 100 years of age... 0
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 1
Office of City Registrar, .-opt-.-muer 1, 1868.
; GEORGE S. P-t, 1B.H. D., Cl ty Registrar.
Szcxsaios REDI viv us_The Republican
County Cou vention now in session at the Club
House, is not so harmonio us as the leaders
would have the public believe. Tho conven?
tion waa called for the purpose ot eleoting
delegates to the State Convention, to nominate
Presidential Electors and candidates for Con?
gress. The conflicting interests of the seve?
ral aspirante for Congressional honors have
given rise to much bitterness of feeling, which
reached its climax last evening. It seems that
the Bowen party, finding themselves in the
minority, attempted to unseat threo of their
opponents, and seat in their places throe of
their supporters, pretending to come from
John's island, as a portion of St. John's Col
By a little parliamentary juggling, and by
judiciously keeping Some of (ho black brethren
in profound ignorance of the question on which
they were voting, Bowen's partisans aotnally
succeeded in oirrying their point, and tho
ant ?-Bowen trio were last night incontinently
expelled. Thereupon the opponents of Bowen,
comprising about one-half of the convention,
rose en masse and lett the room. It is said
that they are to organize an independent con?
vention at the "rab Houso. at ton o'clock thia
morning, fi? choose a sep irate delegation to Co?
lombia. Tho seced-Ts declare that Bowen's
crowd is a "rump" convention, and that they
alone are the Simon-pure Radicals.
After the Withdrawal of tho seccdors, the
Bowen or Rump Convention, with wonderful
harmony, chose the following delegation to the
Republican State Convention :
John A. Mushington, W. H. Birney, J. B.
Dennis, R. H. Cain, E. W. al. Mackey, C. C.
BOWOM, Edward Mickev Wm. Oiorvoi, Thomas
Holmes, W. H. Misdiaw. D. H. Chamberlain,
Bob'c Talbot, Wm. Jervey, F. J. Moses. Samuel
Johnson, David Barrow, W. A. Grant, J. M.
BUS IN kCSS SOTICrCri.
TORCE announces green turi'? ?oup at lunch
MOREHEAD DOTERS.-Tiiesc bitters can be
had. at James MoKeau, No. 58 Anson-streot who is
prepared to fill all order? ? Uh dispatoh.
August 10 3mos mfw
CHOICE GREEN AN~ ?LACK Tr AS, ono dollar
per pound, st Wilson'* grocory, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MoINl
to the Public as the
It has been thoroughly tested in different eecf
its popularity has become BO great as to warr
combines ease and simplicity of adjustment wi
PRESSMEN and deah rs generally to the fol ov
e..tire strength of the Band, and give it great c
Pms to be supped in, pulled ont or to FALL OUT
in which it works is easily understood from the
lost. The simple process of running the Band
perfected the moment the pressure of the coti
even surface, has no rough edges or protrndii
which are wrenched apart when tho buckles of
FOR SALE BY
JTAIiIi AND WINTKR IMPORTATIONS
MIIJJNERY GOODS 1
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWEB9, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS A VD LADIES' HATS
- IN STRAW, SILK, VELVET AND FEL1\
We offer the largost and best assorted -c tock in the
United States, comprising ail tho latest Parisian No?
velties, and unequalled in choice variety and Oueap
ARMSTRONG, CATOR vt CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
August 25 Imo* Baltimore.
WM. KNABE & CU.,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
E. AUSTIN julius?. iUlO Jtsmsa, J_.
ROBERT H. JENKINS.
j^DW. JBNKInl? <St SONS,
LUPORTimS AND _J_ALEES IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS.
HO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 6mos Baltimore, M
Q.EOKGJ- R. GAITHJCR, JR., ii CU..
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCBANTb
No. _ Camden-Street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
June 23 -
H. GR?PY di CO,
LK.VTHF.lt, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-3TREET,
F. H. GRUPT.H. G. CURT.Vl
April 20 6mop
RUMSEN. ?XtUOl.l, di CO.
PRESERVERS, PICKL -Rs, OYSTER PACKERS, tc
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,"
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agtnts for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MLLE,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Comp
Q^RIPKIN, BROTH KR ?ii CO..
No. 105 LOM BARD-9TRE LT,
JAM-S KNOX.JOUS OIL1
K?N?X rn <;a?,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Na 125 HMXJH'* WHARF. BALTIMORE.
Con?gnmouts ot ?'O'tTON, RICE, He, re^peot
fully solicited, and linera! advance> mod" thereon.
Orders for UO'?ii und BACON pi omptiy executer
with care ano uttentiouu
Apill 27 12mos*
T THE BEST!
Ml COTTON TEE.
[TRE'S IMPROVED COLTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
!T TIE IlsT USE.
ions of the Soufb, and ?B superior merits froelv acknowledged by all who have tried it. In fact
ant us in the assertion that it is destined to become THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. This TIE
th undoubted strength and durability. We particularly invite the attention of PLANTERS,
ring poit ts : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edges of the Buckle seoure the
id vantages in compressing. It ha* no Tongues to press against the Band-does not require any
; and is used without the troublesome oparation of bending or looping the Band. The manner
i cut. Each Tie is complete in itself-tie Buckle being riveted to the Band; and no part can be
into the Buckle and letting it go at the proper placo is all that is necessary, the fastening being
on is brought to boar on the Banda. The Buckle is stronsr, compact and small, presenting an
ig points, consequently sinks even wtth tho cotton and obviates the great objection to other lies,
different bales get caught in handling or transportation, and especially when bales ore piled on
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Agents for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
points, (Pils, (Str.
OUFT^W^T ^OILS !
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 salions Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 salions 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
900 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 CP
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS, SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW 67 -
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo No. 126 MEETTNG-STREBT.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pnre White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead.
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare Ainericau White Zinc
ALL OF THE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 120 MEETING-STREET.
Prntjs, (Remir?is, tte.
g ?P K cTl^A \ 'fi O T 1 C~?~
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE L'NTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our eslat lishroent by Are on tlio norning
of 22J Juno, we have removed to thc ixtuuaive pri.ni
Idcs formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HAYNE-STBEET,
And will bc prepare;! in a few dava to exhlolt Inp
most extensive Slock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
That have ever been orcned in lilia market
WE StULL ( ONTI.NOE JO IMPORT ALL TOE ?
LEADING ARIICLES IN O'R LINE FROM T'lE
REST LABORATORIES, ON ii OF 'Ji'R FIRM
LEAVING IM'.'E' LATELY t'OE I U ROPE, AND WE
HOPF TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE liV THE 20TU SEPTEMBER.
HA VINO MADE A KR A NO I MEN TS TO FJLl. ALL
ORDER- WIT* IS ATC if, WE SHALL CO
TENUE OUR B?SI .ES?, AS DS?AL, AT THE
\BOVE LOCATION. WITUOUf INTERRUPTION.
GOOUKlt-H, WIXKSIAM ?Si CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Ko. S3 IJaync-slrcct,
JulyS 2mos CI^RI.ENTON. C.
EOS A DALIS
Purifies tile Blood.
For Sale l>y Uni^'gM i Everywhere.
US- FOR RESTORING SlRENGTFF AND
appetite, aa? the ?jroat -.outlirni Toute, pANKNis'r
I.EPATIC BrrrxBs anu you wuT not be disappointed.
For tule by all druggists. ' lu
progs, (?fyemirals, (Ctr.
ENCOURAGE HOJIB PRODUCT ONS
CUBIS D?"__P!_?, IND?flESnON. DIAR
RI.'OA. Fr. VER ANDAG?e, AND GENER \L DE
We have, after lons study and many cx-im'mcnts.
Ru rccded in producing what wc i-Iaim to bc the
BEST BITTERS AND MOST l*LEA*>*HT BEVER?
AGE in use, rompounded ad they are of tho most
valuable inevdicnts known lo Pharmacy. As a
IONIC AND ?P F nzEU lt ha* no equal-ro_?be
in nil irLI"U- D*"A>GBMH?s, resulting from
miasmal ii: inllucni e-. so prevalent at tiie Soutli, oud
chance of diet, el mata and water. In otTerinc to
the Soul hern |>Ut Mc our gr> at TONIC AND BKVEu
A<TI-, we oulyask lor it a fair trial, Icrlin/ assured
its own merits will soon ensure ils incoming i favor?
ite ut the Eolith. It hus ab tim pleading quad; ivs of
?i "Liqueur,*' ar d thou h under u sm-ill vo.ume, is
fiur times irvre uctlvtt thin other pie ?aradon?. I?
is almost indlBDemnble for r couauinting thc- blood
?n fem.il"H sufforine from deb?it? a >d loss nf app??
tit?, and lor pors 'us exhausted by rervous excite?
ment or ovtT-exor ion. '1 ho benefit of these Bitters
ari- felt immediately. Dow is a wine gloss full before
Each bo'tle bas our stamp ind Signatare over the
corie DO WIK v MOI , Proprietors
And W.iolo-alu D ucgl ts.
Nc. 169 Meeting-street, corner ? Ionel.
Augii"t 5 6mo*
fl_r A-A-A -A-A- -THE BEST DYSPEP?
TIC BITTERS now tn use are PANKNIN'S Hepatic
Bitters. They never fail to give relief, try a bottle,
ard be convinced. For s_lo Druggists. m
T R A U S S dc VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DRY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
soluble to the Foll Trade. An examination of s took
and prices ls respectfully solicited. AU orders punc?
tually filled. An agent in New York will furnish Bap
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3 m os
jpiTT-STKEET STEAM GRIST MILL
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF CALHOUN-STREET.
Tho undersigned having established a STEAM
GtilsT MILL AND G KAN ART a< above, ls prepared
to furnish tRESH GROUND GRIST AND M?*L;
also, Corn, Oats, Peas, Hay, kc, all of whic'j w ll be
d.livored in any part of tho city Iree of charge.
Corn ground on toll. J. c. BICK f.EY.
N. B.-Orders left at Messrs. CLIFFORD k MATH
EWES, Bro?d-8treet; Mr. JOSE JARA, corner Meet
ing and Market streets, and at G. w. AIM \R, Drug?
gist, corner King and Vanderhon t streets, before 10
o'clock, will be promptly filled.
August 31 mwf Imo .
TMPOlt TE R S GK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Ac,
And Dealers io
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.
?3*GoodB delivered to all parts of the City.
July IS wfm 3mo
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL?, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of oil sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN. GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER CDT TON PRESSES for Hini
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all deacriptims
mado to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, die, die,
WILLIAM S. HE NE REY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mws
^yyESTWAHD THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WAY.
SECURE A HOME ZN THE GOLDEN STATE.
Incorporated under the laws of tho State, No?
vember 30tb, 1867, for the purpose of providing
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
At Fire Dollars Each,
PAYABLE lil UNITED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a full description of
the property to be distributed among tho
Shareholders, will bc sent to any address apon
receipt of stamps to caver postage.
Information aa to price of land in any por?
tion of thc State, or upon any otber subject
of interest to parties proposing to immigrate,
will bo cheerfully furnished upon receipt of
stamps for postage.
fl?-All lettsra should be addressed, "SECRE?
TARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Poatofhce Box No. 86, San Francisco,
California." Imo August 31
I A N o s : PIANOSn
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1808 HAS JUST BEE i
AWARDED TO CH.?.S. U. STDEFF FOR
THE BE T PI A NOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW ?ORK
OFFICE AND WARERCOM. No. 7 N LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALI IMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO- H AVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, lncludtn; tho Acraffo trehie, ivor?
fronts, and the improved French Action, rally war?
ranted for five years, wi>h privilege of exchar.j*
within twelve months it not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Secoud-hunded Pianos and Parlor Or
pans always on hand from $60 to $300
nEFEBEER WHO HAVE O?B PIANOS IK ?BE I
General Robert ft. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Hanson, Wtfmin .ton, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwell k Sous, CLuriotte, N. C.
Mix Mrakosch, Itali nOpera
Messrs Plersoa k Bona, Sumter. S> C.
Charles Spencer, CharloB.on s. O.
April 22 6mc+
yr^ILBUR & SOW,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money attend to collection of
renn, and all manner of claims.
Jnly 13 mwiOruo
Eight Good Work Horus at Auction.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WAI be sold THIS DAT. September 2. at half-past
10 o'clock A. M., at No. 33 Broad-street.
September 2_ stuw8
Two Plantation Mulei, two Gold Watches,
one Plctform Scale (new), Cotton Gins and
1 Horse power.
BY Tv. M. MARSHALL & BBO.
THIS T AT, quarter-post IO o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
September2 ?. ; ._.
Assorted Dry Goods, Shoes, Brogans, fcc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
?VM sell THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at their C*ah Aus
Von House, No. 55 Hasel-street, opposite Postof?
GINGHAM?, Dress stripes, Coburgs. Alpacas,
Plaids, Fall Cassim exes, Black, Colored sud Fancy;
Drills. Homespuns, Hosiery, all color*; Coats, Boots
md shoes. Brogans. Linen Dimask, in short
lengths; iowels, Huckaback D?telas, Napkins, Doy?
lies, Ac., Ac.
On account af all concerned,
- DOZES SUP-B HOOP SKIRTS.
Conditions tash. Septembers
jp HOC Jb X M A?TI o~afT~
BY HIS EXCELLENCY BOBEBT E. SCOTT, GOV?
ERNOR OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
EXiiCUTTVE DEPARTMENT, 1
COXVICBXA, Aujufit 22, 1868. (
WHEREAS, INFORMA'ION" HAS BEEN BE
CEIVED st this Department that, a wilful murder
was committed on I he 13th ultimo, near tho Court?
house of Marion Comity, on the body of HECTOR
FOX A ORTH by JESsE HERRING, and that said
HERRING bas fledirom justice.
Now, know fe that I, BOBEBT IL SCOTT. Gover?
nor of the St i te of South Ca-ol? aa, in order that the
ends of justice may be subserved, and the said
JESSE HE -RING may be brought to.trial and con?
dign punishment, do hereby offer a reward of TWO
HUNDRED DOLLARS for his arrest and safe deli?
very in any jail of the United State <.
Said HERRING is hbont six feet three or. four
inches high, spare built, pale complexion, yellow
hair, face marked with scars, and some delect in his
in testimony whereofl have hereunto set my hand
and caused tho Great >cal cf the State to be
[L. e.] affixed, at Columbia, thin 22.1 ..ay of August,
? in the year of onr Lord. It68, and tn the
ninety-third ye-r of the Independence of
the United states of America. >
ROBERT H. SCOTT, 1
Governor of the State of South Carolina.
F. L CARDOZO, Secretary oi state.
August 26 . ? . wnn6
WALKER, EYANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE 80BSCRICERS HAVE COMPLETED AB?
RANGEMEN 1S with NEWSPAPEBSln ?south Card
Una, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama
to act as their Agents in tbls city. Merchants and
bnsJsfH mi-n generally, desirous ot advertising in
any papers or other publications, outside ot Charles?
ton, can save time, trouble and expense by entrust?
ing it to this AGENCT, as We can always select the
beat papers and have advertisements inserted at tha
List of papers in the Southern States, together
with aU neco'sory luform it?on, promptly ramil oed.
WALKER EVANS A COGSWELL. [
No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay streets.
P. P TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLI.VBS,
Charleston, S. 0.
Particular attention paul to shipping.
July 30 Cmos *
You can do all your Cooking, save time? j
trouble and money, and avoid heating tho .j
bots? in Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gras Stove.
Ask for the UNION (Keros?n*) or VULCAN
(du) S TOVE. They ar? th? boat. Take no ?
Send for Circular.
i Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas
?Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Glue,
j *? C"' Liberal terms to Agents. I
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
Mo. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON".
August 21 SAC ' 3mo
OUR ANO JOB
THEUNDEHSIGNEJJ INFORMS^IS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TTPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PAf'ER, Ac, direct irom manulacrarere,
and wUl execute all ornera for
HOOK AND .TOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. * '
Having large lonts of type. wiH contract for the
publicadon of a Weekly or Monthly oa liberal terms.
Orders tor BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
it low rates, if Irft at No. 3" HAYNE-STREET.
May 12 _j.v.v w MCMILLAN.
H. K E L IA K lt S <V C U.f
'DRUGGISTS AND AFOTHECABLES,
No. ?2! tlKETING-sTltEEf, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECE1V..D WEEK LT.
jffi-PRE-CRIPTlON P' T DP WITH CARE.-?*
la'.mirv ' _tutbs
J. SCHLEP' UHEliUt
No. ?7 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KINO AS'L ST- PHILIP.
LCMBER OF li V KB ? DESC LPTTON ANL
8UI1.KINO MATERIAL, MME and PLASTER
INO L ATHS. PAIN TS, i >. I -s. GbASS Es, SH!.iGLKS;
,lso i ROOVE AND ONOUE BU ABOS, Ac, ron
itautly on html t tin- I->.VIML market ur'JCS.
septetubor l?_ "?mt*.
aFVtCV. ?F -I JV If POLICE, .JAIN
OUAR'-a.U-i':, : IA.ILESION, -i.C August
ll. 1863 -Rec vcr>?d ni brottght to this Fo*t, a
?R Y FILL Y. If t ci led lor .within five days, it
?i i oe fold to pay < x,> mes. O. B. HlGWALD,
Augus- 31 Chief of Police.