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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POJTOFFICE LAW.
THE CAMPAIGN NEWS.-Oar friends who de?
sire to send in dubs, or individual names, for
.the Daily or Tri-Weekly NEWS, for the cam
.paign of four month?, at our special campaign
rates, must do 30 beforo the 15th inst., after
-which dato THE NEWS will only be supplied at
<our regular yearly, half-yearly and quarterly
PERSONAL.-The Hon. J. ll. Campbell, who
recently visited the President as the bearer nf
the address from the Democratic party, has
jreturn?d to this city. The result of his mission
'bas already been made public.
CO-OPERATION.-A meeting; of tho subscribers
Ho, and of all persons interested in, the estab?
lishment o?a second co-operative grocery store,
tare requested to meet at the Washington Eu?
gine House on Monday night.
RTVEB BAPTISM.-The sacrament of baptism
'will be ' administered to-morrow morning, to
several members of the Morris-street Baptist
Church (colored.) The ceremony will be per?
formed in the Ashley Bivcr, at the foot of
Tradd-stree^by tho Rev.. Jacob Legare, pastor.
REMOVAL.-Mr. A. Dirag, the well-known pro?
prietor of the King-street Fanoy Goods Store,
has clianged his base, and now occupies the
store No. 237, on the opposite side af the street.
The now stand ia in every respect ?uperior to
that jost vacated, and the ladies will have no
difficulty in making their selections, as the
- stock will correspond to the size of the store.
RECONSTRUCTION.-The walls of tho new
'?"building of Messrs. Cameron, Barkley & Co.,
at the corner of Cumberland and Meeting
- streets, aie now completed, and the contrac?
tors were yesterday arranging the roof tree.
' The buildings of Mr. P. J. Coogan, at the cor?
ner of King and Queen streets, are now under
headway, and new buildings in other portions
. - of the city axe fast approaching completion.
THE CITY RAILWAY.-Mr. Gate3 who, since
tho formation of the City Railway Company,
?baa been the superintendent of the stables.
-Iu3 resigned that position And has been suo
.ceeded by Mr. Fitz si m ons, conductor of car
- No. 36, on the Ru:ledge-street Une. Mr. Gates
. bas formed, a copartnership, with ttarteno
Lnande, of the Brazilian Circus, and the new
?firm will commence business ibis fill, visiting
-the principal Southern cries.
BOBBER? OF A DONKEY.-On Thursday night,
-between 12 and 1 o'clock, the yard of Mr. Jas.
A. Duffers. No. 3 Wall-street, was entered and
a small jenny donkey stolen therefrom. The
-donkey had been on the premises but a few
days, and the thief must have been well ac
-- quain ted with the surroundings, as he succeed?
ed in abstracting the animal without diaturb
?ing the neighborhood.
REPUBLICAN MEETING.-Thc friends of C. C.
Bowen gathered their forces last night, at
Liberty Hal], in Morris-street, and speeches
'Were made'in favor of the expectant Congress
-TB?J?, and udverse to the Epping-Jenks clique.
There was a large attendance ot blacks, with
--only an occasional white face. David Barrow,
- E. W. M. Mackey, and some colored speakers,
?addressed the meeting, ?ll uniting in landing
Bowen and abusing bis opponents.
THE STEAMEB EMILIE.-This fine steamer
.. bas been recently subjected to & thorough
. overhauling, and has emerged from the hands
. of the workmen a new craft. She will now re
. sume ber regular trips to Georgetown, con
-nee ti og at that post with the steamer for the
-ITeedee. The Emibe is a fine seo going ves
- sel, and presents ample accommodations for
V passengers and freight. For particulars aa to
time of sailing, & o., sea advertisements in
i HOTEL ARRItriia-September L-Charleston
.'IToteL-F. A. Savage, City; M. L. Perri ru an and
wife, Beaufort, S. C.; L. Haynes, L. Alden, Sa
? vannab; Geo. E. Alden, U. a A.; Fred Albert,
I Baltimore; E. H. Pcgbe, Mrs. Parks and son,
" H. M. Cottingb&m, O. L. Warner, Augusta; B.
~L. Alford, City.
-J&rc&ttn HoleU-R. H. Davis, City; Captain
'Alfred Stanford, New Jersey; Bsnj. Gray, St.
Stephen's; Colonel JohnNettlos, Williamsburg;
Jae. 0. Ladd, Summerville; W. F. Morrill, Al?
bany, N. Y.
??saz CATEBPILLAB IN FLORIDA.-One of our
^prominent sea island factors has received a
- letter,.'dated September 1st, from a planter in
- EllisviUe, Columbia County, Fia., in which the
. writer says:' "Tho cotton crop has been gene
. rally swept by tho caterpillar, and over the
' whole land there is a sickly sten-h, arising
from the fi9lda, which impregnates the air for
miles. I said that if the worm got headway by
. the middle of August no more co tton would be
made than last year, but it is now certain that
. there will noe bo as much. Of the cotton
planted-in April, it would take the yield of ten
? acres to make one bag. The w J rm has lavag
. od East Florid ?, and an, statements .0 the
. contrary are false, and must be either intended
; to aiiale :d or to bolster np credit somewhere.''
MORE JAIL BIBDS-THE COMBAHEE RIOTEES
an LIMBO.-Eighteen colored per ons, includ?
ing? two women, who were all concerned in the
" late riot and firing on the colored troops on
i the Combabee, we.-o brought from Beaufort
yesterday and assigned quarters in the jail.
The men were of all sizes, shades and condi
. tiona of clothing, and tho wbole party would
bave dons honor to the ragged regiment of a
negro Falstaff. Thej were guarded by a squad
' of white soldiers, and turned over to the civil
authorities as " citizen prisoners." They will
have an opportunity of tasting some of the
sweets of city life in the west end hotel, which
will be their headquarters for a season. The
? prompt action of the military in this ca.se has
.probably prevonted any further outbreaks in
the Combahee country.
C OL OKED DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.-The col?
ored Democratic clubs of Wards 1, 4 and 7
-met last night at their several halls, and were
Addressed on the issues o? the day by white
:a?d colored speakers.
Ward 1 met a^the corner of Church and
Broa l streets, and was addressed by Riley, a
well-known colored Democrat.
Ward 4 met at Fordham's Hall, but the col?
ored Radicals mustered tho r forces, and being
in the majority, took possession. Calls were
made for Langley, a colored scalawag lawyer,
who responded, and was replied to by E. Ray?
nard Seabrook, Esq. Tbero was no disorder
np to the time when our reporter left thc hall.
Ward 7 met in King-street, nc-.ir tho Upper
Guardhouse, and thero was no di* turban co,
though ib.'Ridica'8 were collecte 1 in numbers
FrsE.-A fire broke out last night, at about
9 o'clock, in the store of Mr. R. BL Butler, at
the Bouth corner oF North Atlantic Wharf
and East Bay. The flames were first visible
in tho rear of the third story, which was unoc?
cupied and empty. In the second story there
was nothing hut some empty sacks and bag?
ging. The main stock, consisting of guano,
corn, iron-ties, 4c, was on the first flojr. Be?
fore tho alarm was given tho fire bad made
some headway, and dense clouds of smoke
were rising from tho building. As soon aa
the streams were put on, the flames were got
under, and the further progress of the firo
speedily stopped. The fire, however, was com?
municated to the acijoinin ; store of West &
Jones, the root of which was somewhat injured.
The stock of both stores was iojurod by water,
and that of Mr. Butler's will be nearly a total
lt is supposed that tha fire was of incendiary
origin, and that access was obtained to tho
building over tho sheds in tho rear. There
was a strong smell of tar when the first fire
broke out, and nothing of the kind is known by
Mr. Butler to have boen on the premises. On
Wednesday night, it will bo remembered, an
attempt was made to burn down Mr. Butler's
residence, and there is little doubt that tho
same persons were concerned in both cases.
If not, the coincidence isa singular one.
Mr. Butler is fully insured in the agency of
S. Y. Tapp-r. The building: is the property or
Mr. Bernard O'Neill, and is likewise insured.
During ihe fire the colored men were called
on to help in removing tho stock of West &
Jones. They worked cheerfully, willingly aud
well, and deserve great credit.
THE DEMOCRACY OF WILLIAMSBUBO.-At a
meeting of the citizens of Cedar Swamp, Wil
Uamsburg District, a Democratic cluo was or?
ganized, and the following gentlemen elected
permanent officers :
Major J. B. CHANDLER, President
Dr. JT. S. CUNNINGHAM, Vlce-Fresldent.
JUNTOS E. SCOIT, Secretary.
JOHN E. SCOTT, Treasurer.
On assuming tho duties of the chair, Major
Chandler in a brief but impressive spoech
urged united action.
Resolutions were adopted consonant with the
tone of the great Democratic party throughout
the United States.
After the general business of the club had
been transacted, the chairman introduced Col.
John G. Pressley and Capt. S. W. Maurice, of
Emgstree, who delivered addresses, and gave
the colored members present advice good
enough to keep them thinking until tho elec?
After resolving.that the proceedings of the
meeting bo published in THE CHARLESTON
NEWS and Courier, the meeting' adjourned to
reassemble in two weeks.
J. B. CHANDLER, Chairman.
JUSTOS E. SCOTT, Secretary.
Bu UT AL AesAULT.-Yesterday evening about
dark, while Mr. F. O'Rourke, a freight conduc?
tor on the Sauth Carolina Baflroad, was pas
?sing through Rodger's Alley, he ?ecoived a vio?
lent blow on t? iaoa from some unknown
person, breaking voe cheek bone and inflicting
other injuries. It was eo dark that Mr.
O'Rourke was unable to distinguish his assail?
ant, but a negro woman who was passing at
the time said the blow had been given by a
negro who immediately fled. A large crowd
soon gathered, and tho wrunded man was con?
veyed to his house in Line-street, where his
injuries were attended to by Dr. Sin loch.
-No cattle plague here yet.
-Alligator pears are in the market.
-The colored Democrats are In good spirits.
-The musquitoes are unusually ferocious.
-Shrimps are not oat ot season, all asser
t ions to the contrary notwithstanding.
-Watermelon fever is very nigh over. There
ia a decrease in the colored deaths.
-Cause and effect-Strict quarantine, and
no yellow fever.
-For some days the city has been very quiet
-For sale, cheap-Pillsbury interest in the
salary of Mayor of Charleston, for two years.
-The evening bolls are now heard at eight
and ton o'clock every night, by order cf the
-The sidewalk in Rutledge avenue is in a
very bad condition. At loast six inches of mud
in moist weather such as this.
-The money stolen from the till of tho co?
operative grocery store on Thursday, is under?
stood to have been recovered yesterday.
-A lady with the real-true-spang-up-genu
ine-Saratoga .'Grecian bond" was seen in King
-On dit tbat the Norfolk, Virginia, capi?
talists want to buy up the friends of our Bluo
Ridge Railroad project.
-Deep water oysters have made their ap
pcaiance, and have caused an intense excite?
ment among the epicureans.
-A second co-operative grocery store is to
be established. A meeting of tho projectors
will bo hold on Monday night, at the H ill of
the Washington Furo Engine Company.
-It is not true thit the last New York steam?
er brought out ono million of fifty-shooting
rifles and ten fons of cartridges, for the use of
the Democratic clubs of Charleston. Thc old
lady was misinformed.
Meeting of the lia r-Tribute of Kespeet
EQUOT COUBT Roon, )
CHARLESTON, September A, 1868. j
At a meeting of the members of the Bar of
Charleston, held this morning, Edward Mc
Crady, Esq., was called to tho Chair, and A*
G. Magrath, Jr., requested to act as Secre?
Mr. McCrady, on taking the chair, briefly
stated the object of the meeting, which, he
said, was tor tho purpase of paying a tribute of
respect to the memory of tho lato James Tup?
per, Esq., Masterin Chancery.
General James Simons then presented the
following preamble and resolutions, which he
prefaced with a few feeling and appropriata
James Tupper, Esq., one of the Masters in
Ch nceryfor the District of Charleston, de?
parted this lifo, at Summerville, ou Friday, the
28th August. 1868, and his mortal remains
were consigned to their final rest mg place, at
the Magnolia Cemetery, near Charle.ton, on
Sunday, the 30th of the same month.
Mr. Tupper was boru in Charleston on tho
9th December, 1819, and had, thcrotore, nearly
attained his fbrty-uintn year at the time of his
decease. He was admitted to the Bur in the
year 1840. at the early ago of twenty-one years.
Ho immediately entered upon tho practice of
the profeusiou, and selected as the field of his
initiation tho District of Barnwell, wheio bc
had been residing for some time before hu
came to the Bar. Heretic remained undi the
year 1816 when he returned to his native city,
iud immediately acquired by his industry aud
ability an extensive and lucrative practice, tlc
was eocted a member of the Legislature lor the
Pan-n?s ot St. Philip and St. Michael in tho vcar
1848, and re-elected in 1850, and during tins
term, was in December, 1851, elected to boa
Master in Chane .Ty for the District .il Charles?
ton; he was continuously rc-etected by the
Legislature, and held the office to tho period
of his decease.
Mr. Tupper received other evidences of public
confidenco in various positions, especially t at
of State Auditor during tho late revolution, in
all of wnich ho faithfully and ably dijchargcd
the truils repoeed iu him. In tho social rela?
tions, ana in th? profession, rjracticu and du?
ties of religion, Ls exemplary character an-i
conduct have L onjustly delineated und eulo?
gized in tue eloquent, abie arid touching dis?
course of tho rt veren?clergymau who i .Ifi jiatcl
at ms funeral obsequies, in tho piescnce. of a
multitude of sympathizing friends a,;dfu;low
It ia our part more appropriately and proper?
ly to speak of him in his judicial station and
The office of Master in Chancery ia of great
antiquity, authority, honor and responsibility.
That officer is entrusted with very extensive
judicial powers and authority, and is charged
in general with the difficult and laborious duty
of preparing causes tor trial, and of reporting
them to the court, with his opinion on tbe law
and the facts, for tbe final adjudication of the
What amount of industry, labor and legal at?
tainment ia necessary for these diversified and
important duties is well appreciated by the
.scientific Chancer}- practitioner.
In the past seventeen years, during which
period Mr. Tupper presided in ono ol'
thess departments in Chancery, many of tho
most important causes, both public and pri?
vate, that appear on the records of the Courts
of this State, were submitted to his considera?
tion. How be accomphshed the arduous task
is testified by the universal applause of a
learned and enlightened Uar, by the commen?
dations of able and experienced Judges in
Chancery, and on appeal, and by the moro en?
during records of his opinions and judgments
themselves, in the immense mass of reports
which came from his hand, and now remain in
the registry as a lasting memorial of his learn?
ing and ability as a Judge, and of bis integrity,
industry and fidelity as a public officer.
His labors were incessant, his office was open
at all times, and ho was ever accessible to
suitor and solicitor. Amidst the often tedious
and protracted tria Ls and ardent controversies
before him, his unwearied patience never for?
sook him. The amiability of his disposition
and the unvarying courtesy of hie manners con?
verted labor into pleasure ; and his dignity and
composure repressed irregular fervor, and en?
sured tho respect and cousidoration due to hie
person and hie tribunal. His quick perception
discovered immediately the points of tho case:
and his seusitive apprehension of justice was
never obscured by the adroitness of logic, nor
misled by the blandishments of rhetoric. His
firmness and st;ongth of will, when he had at?
tained what he thought the "very right," knew
no fear of consequences, and confirmed and
fixed his upright and intelligent conclusions:
and trine, by the virtuous, wiso and faithful
administration of his judic-al office, he justi?
fied the well merited claim of the Court of
Chancery-" Nulli vinsimus, nulli nega. imus,
aut differemue rectum, vol jnstitiam."
Our departed friend exercised his functions
as Master of tho Court during a period in
which thc principles of equity jurisprudence in
this State wore cultivated in a very high de?
gree, and when that enlightened system of
judicature was illustrated bv great learning,
wisdom aud integrity, as well on the bench as
at tue bar, and he fairly earned and well de?
served a lull share of the honor of that estima?
tion and authority which the equity judgments
of the court will ever command in the tribu?
nals of this country and elsewhere. The conrt
has fallen a victim to that spirit of chantre
which levels the mo.iunio its of tho past, but
he has been spared the view of the crumbling
ruins of that grand intellectual edifice ou
whose sacred walls were inscribed tho memo?
rials of the wise, the learned and tho great.
J?soloed, That in the death of James Tap?
per, Esq., late ono of the Masters of the.Court
of Chancery of tho State of South Carolina,the
Bar of Charleston deplore the loss of a mem?
ber of their fraternity, who eminently itins-'
tinted the learning aud principles of the pro?
fession, ana a friend and brother, for whose
memory they will ever cherish a warm and af?
Besolced, That the. Conrt of Chancery has
lost an officer, whose learning, integrity and
zeal in tho administration of its wise and ben?
eficial system of judicature, contributed m an
eminent degreo to dispense justice to all men
with an even hand.
BesoHtd, That the community has lost a
respected and valued citizen, whose remark?
able euerery and activity werv? so constantly
and usefully exercised in their service and con?
tributed so largely to promote their prosperity
Besolced, That the Bar of Charleston tender
to the family of their deceased friend their sin?
cere sympathy and condolence on tho bereave?
ment whioh has BO sorely afflicted them. That
whilst they have been deprived of the beloved
object of their affections^ they have still the
recollections of his honorable, virtuous and
pious example, and may well indulge "the rea?
sonable, religious and holy hope" that ho bas
oxchanged tho trials of this life for the fruition
of eternal happiness, for indeed to him "to die
The preauiblo and resolutions wore second?
ed in addresses suitable to the occasion by Col.
I. W. Hayne, B. C. Pressloy, Esq., C. B. Miles,
Esq., Gen. W. G. DeSausBure and A. T.
Smythe, Esq., and wem unanimously adopted.
Mr. Miles moved that the preamble and re?
solutions bo presented to the Chancellor who
holds the next court in Charleston, with tho
request that they be spread upon the records*
On motion of W. A. Pringle, Esq., it was re?
solved that the proceedings of the meeting be
published in the daily papers of the city.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned.
EDWARD McCRADT, Chairman.
A. G. MAGRATH, Jr., Secretary.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
&c. ; o_- Miller's Almanac;
If yon want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Booka bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattorn ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 69 Broad
- ROAST PIG and other dainty dishes, will be
set out at lorck's, "Our House," during lunch hours
You CAN save from fifty cents to one dollar
per pound on teas, by purchasing them from Wil?
son's grocery, southeast corner Society and Anson
Goods delivered fra. stu th
CHOICE GREEN AN*/ BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson'grocery, southeast corner
Society und Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
BailMiifl platen al.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND TJLI.YJUS,
Chark ?ton, C.
Particular attention paid to .^hipping.
Julv 30 Cmos *
trouble and money, and avoid heating the |
house In Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove, j
Aak for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN ?j
(Gas) STOVE. They aro the best Tako no j
I other. ?
Send for Circular. |
Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas b
Bvmers, Nura cry Lamps, Kerosene Glue jg
? POJ, o., Llberal termB to ?gents. j|
Egg Pearl StlXj
J. 13. DUVAL & SON,
fro. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR iHARLE8TON.
August 21 PAC Srao
THE ABOVE CUr REPRESENTS McINT
to the Public aa the
It has been thoroughly tested in different cecti
its popularity has become so great as to warra
combines ease and simplicity of adjustment wit
PRESSMEN and dealers generally to the folow;
e..tire strength of tho Band, and give it great ai
Pins to bo supped in, pulled out or to FALL OUT;
jn which it works is easily understood from the
bsi. The simple process of running the Band i
perfected the momont the pressure of tho cottc
even surface, has no rough edges -or urotrudinj
which aro wrenched apart when tho buckles of
FOR SALE BY
joints, ?ils, (Ctr.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEKOSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. 303 East Day Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OP THE FOL?
LOWING BRANDS OF WQITS LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'3, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CLTICORA AND ETI WAN.
WM. M. B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE LB AND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 Die stuth 3uioH
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
Mc VAR TH Y COTTON G IX,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOBERS, of va ri a ai flatt
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SOGAR MILL?, SUGAR DOILILRS
AND PANS, O' all siz>;s
UOR^E POWERS AND GIN GEARING, ?rom C to
IC feet in dUmeler
IMPROVED L'JVSa aiT^O WT-?sS?? to: Hui
pi'wer, >a\v an 1 ll'oe Mills
UACHINERT AND CA-T-NGi of a l cic'ri.itione
made lo order
Particular aLeiit'on paid io
HOC?-E FRON I s A.w) .S INGS FOit BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASU WEIGHTS 4e, tte,
WILTJA ! ... HEXE KEY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEE I INO-STBKbT,
CHAULESTON, S. C.
August 3 raws
IMPEOYED COTTON TIE.
[BE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION LN PRESENTING
T TIE I HST USE.
ona of the South, and its superior merits freelv acknowledged bv all who hare tried it. lu fact
int us in the assertion that it is destined to become THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. This TIE
h undoubted strength and durability. We particularly invite the attontion of PLANTERS,
ing poit ts : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edges of tho Buckle secure the
i vantages in compressing. It ha-> no Tongues to press against tho Bnd-does not require any
and is used without the troublesome opsration of bending or looping tho Band. The manner
cut. Each Tie is complete in itself- t':e Buckle being riveted to tho Band; and no part can be
into the Bucklo and letting it go at the proper place is all that is necessary, the fastening bein?
m is brought to bear on the Binds. The Buckle is stron?, compact an 1 small, presenting an
5 points, consequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection to other Ties,
different bales get caught in handling or transportation, acd especially when bales are piled on
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Agents for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
3 n s ii r a n f c ?1 4 r n fi r s.
MERCANTILE FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN
LONJ?OV AND EDINBURGH.
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER AND SPECIAL ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, A. D. 1809.
THIRTEEN MILLIONS IS GOLD,
PLEDGED FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY-HOLDERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED IB PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES IN THE AB )V? NAMZD COMPANY.
OD as favorable teran as thoso of anv other Agencies m this city. Ho respectfully sol cits a share ot
the patronage of his lriends and thc public generally.
EDWARD SEEKING, Ag.nt,
\o. 34 BROAD-STREET.
Gil ARD J AN
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION AND RAPIDLY INCREASING.
FT1HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT r>F THE ABOVE NAMED POPULAR
A ANO HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE COMPANY, IS PREFABED TO ISSUE POLICIES.
No. 34 BROAD-STRETJT.
P ii i n t s , (DUj,_O? tjr^
OILS ! OILS! OILS !
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM! OIL
5?0 ?allons Bleached Winier Whale Oil
1000 pillons No. 1 W inter l ard Cil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pure Noalsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
900 gallons English Linseed Oil
50 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
2' barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
VARNISHES of every kiud, TURPENTINE, G LASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND SMOKY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2:iio Nc. 12G MEETING-STREET.
Will i U LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. Pft ?HIU31 PU HE WHITE LEAD
S.'/OO lbs. i'nre White '..ead
10 0i)0 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
1 ),000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs Pura French Whit? Zinc
5 J00 lbs? Pure American White Zinc,
ALL OF THE A BO Vb FOR SALE I .OW BY
\ HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
MEDIC AL IXOTI E.-PA'M *.:!?, TK t%VW*
EE..INU from 1 ise.S'.s penainim,' 1? "1C
t?i.Hl i0 UBINAU? unG ?Ns will mwiv? ibe W***
scrutin: trcft-iti'-nt, hy piacl:i?7 theran, lvci F*T1*'
the wr- of Dr. T. I'.KJ?N . -JEUNA, Office 74
J-iAsEL-SlBEET, thret? doors ea*t from tho ?0Sl
IN ST Ii COT ION THE BLIND
Having a few pupi 8 of he ubore rinse, noy OB?
IUT?UJ; children SJ alli ctod may have them EUC
U4TED by applving to tho undersigned, at No. 2
OKANGE--TUE?T. Music i? included.
?W. B. NORTH
September 1 2*uthi6
Entire Furniture oj u Hotel at Auction: told on
account of the Owner Leaving the State.
BYK. M. MARSHALL & BBQ.
On THURSDAY, 10th inst., nt half past 10 o'clock,
will he soU at the Commercial House, cor. Queen
and Church streets.
Thc FURNITURE of said House,
Being a complete ouifit or Parlors, Dining Saloon,
Chambers and Kitchen; also Ba- and Fixtures;
Piano, Carpets. Minors, Crockery, ic . kc.
Can be treated :or at private baie until 10th inst
September 3 tb6tuwth
CH4BLES?0N HOTtL tTABLE?.
THESE TxrFrsTW'j STABLES ABE NOW IS
thorough i epalr and .contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can bc obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
HORDES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DOUGHS & JACK-OX,
Charleston Hotel Stables.
September 3 2mos* Pinckney-street
Prux}5, Cfyftntf?ls, (Etc.
ENCOURAGE HOHE PRODUCT ONS
CURES D?SPE>'H, INDIGESTION. DIAB
RQOA. Fi VER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
We have, after long study and many experiments,
sut'cceded in producing what we claim to tte the
BE8T BITTERS AND MOST PLEASANT BEVER?
AGE in usc, compounded as tbey are of the most '
valuable ingr?dients known to Pharmacy. AS ft '
TONIC AND AP.'ETIZEB it bas no equal- reliable
in all BILIOUS DHRANGEMENS, resulrhie; from
miasmatic influence?, so prevalent at tho South, and
change of diet, climate and water. In offering to
the Southern public our great TO?'IC AND BEVER?
AGE, we only ask tor it a fair trial, feeling assured
its own merits will poon ensure its becoming a favor
i te at the South. It has all the pleasing qualities of
a "Liqueur,*' und though under a small volume, ls
four times owe ;<c?jre th in other preoaraUons. Ic
is almost indispensable for-; roaslituting the blood
In females suffering from debility "ind loss of appe?
tite, and for persans exhausted by*M?ryous excite?
ment or over-exeriion. Tb/j benefit cf tEli'S^itteTa
are felt immediately. Doae is a wine glass 'aili ?K iva
Each bo'tie has our stamp ind signature over tho
cork. DOWTE k MOI-if, Proprietors
And Wuoleule Druggists,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Augu?t 5 6mo-?
P E C 1 A L NOTICE.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22 l June, we have removed to tho extensive preta- i
ntcs formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON ? CO.,
NO. 23 HAYNE-STREET,
And will be pr?parai in a few dave to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market.
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES-IN OCR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF . OUR FIRM
LEAVING IM \t E rr ATEL Y FOR EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING M ADE ARRANGEMENTS 10 FILL ALL
ORDERS WTTI LIS PATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL. AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION?
GOOD lt ICH, \\ IV KM \\ & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Hayne-itreet,
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON, S. a
EOS A DALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Cit?2ens.
/J?- For TPS. i ni o ni als of remarkable
cures, sec "Rosad alia Almanac" ia.- thia
PREF ABEU OS LY BT
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 24? BALTMOBE-STBEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR -ALK ny
DO WIK & HOIS K j
No. 169 Meeting-street, comer Hisel.
July 22 Cmos
JQRUGS AND B1EDIC1NKM,
FRESH UY EVERY STE i MER.
E. Ii. KELLE?S CO.,
No. 131 MEETTNCr-STREKT,
CHARLESTON. 8. C
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL PK JGOISTS.
Always cn bund a lan;'- ?? itu it .f DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Soap* Pwmui ry. ?nd Torie?
Pliy- cians'Ordore filled promptlv a > I at the low?
est market rates.
K. H. KELL BBS, M. D. T. mSR. <* . D.
rplIE KKOWtE COCKIE -,
PUbLlSUED IN WALHALLA - C.. RT R03ERT
YOUNG'*! f! i.
WHITNER SYMMES, Edi o-; : \. V YoUNG,
PaMte . -
THU COURIER, pub i*.ic t\ - ui ins of tho
Blue Rfd?.? Railroad, iv! s . . <. 'he abun?
dant amt tv>n, lc cou >t?ti .>'' < .? . ' i ? ?.?idGeor
...i ,af?>ril* i miji-i'.i ,0r .' ; canfor the
tu??t?j?BM tMf?h'vVb?n -->". i A... ihe fall
irad^ be/ire orom- " 'ifj>> '1 ion t? from-,
this dt4;c; o', "-ve- y Kind o '"i >? J. ? ?? Jroprie
tors d^TJt" tit-ir tin'; .n^ . r io vr > n >te tho
enterprl-o and-"Jource? o:' I- .'>. " . to main-^
tain tho supremacy of tne wu.* . >.