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RECOGNIZED AB HAYING THE LARGEST CIR
.0?LATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE HST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
A TTCTION SALES THIS DAT.
? JOHN G. MXLNOB 4; Co. will sell, at 10
o'clock, at their auction salesroom, No. 135
.Meeting-street, tinware, dry goods, Ac.
G. W. STEFFENS <fc Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, in front of their store, Vendue Bango,
butter, coffee', &c.
MILLIGAN & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, be?
fore their store, No. 22 Vendue Bange, fur?
niture, mattresses, &c.
T. M. CATEE will sell at three-qn".;\era-past
9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, bolter, lard, sc.
B. ? A. P. CALDWELL will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, in front of their store, No. 90 East Bay,
bacon sides, smoked beef, Ac
JETPOEDS A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock in front
of their stores, Vendue Bange, hams, strips,
MILES- DR ASE will sell at 10 o'clock, in his
?tere, corner of Kins and Liberty streets, dry
goods, clothing, ix.
THE CAMPAIGN NEWS.-Onr friends who de?
sire to send in clubs, or individual names, for
the Daily or Tri-Weekly NEWS, for the cam?
paign of four month?, at our sp?cial campaign
rates, must do 30 before the 15th inst., after
which date THE NEWS will only be supplied at
our regular yearly, half-yearly and quarterly
?tea. . ; , ,
PERSONAL.-Rt. Bev. Bishop Lynch returned
to the city on Sunday last, but is off again this
morning for Philadelphia, where he is to preach
Nsw COTTON.-Messrs. Pelzer, Badgers dc
Co. received on Saturday five bales and yes?
terday four bales, all new cotton, from Orange
bnrrj and Barnwell Districts, South Carolina.
Ol? FABE.-Visitors to the mass meeting at
-Sr. artanburg and Union on the 10th and 11th
instants, will be passed over the Greenville
?and Spartanborg Railroads br one fare.
THE SCRAMBLE ro? CONGRESS.-ft is said that
Joseph H. Rainey, tho skilful colored barber of I
Georgetown, is to take the field against Whit-1
-?omore as a candidate fox Congress from the
JFirst District of this State..
CROPS IN LANGA BTES DISTRICT.-Tho Ledger
.says: "The corn crop of this district still
promises, well, especially late corn. The recent
iieavji rdaa has placed.oar calculations, av re?
gards cotton, at sea,and we withhold an opin?
ion for future developments."
BATES TO BE A BEES TED.-The Columbia
Pheonix says : "State Constable Hubbard has
returned from Union; and his statement of |
affairs there is so damaging to the negro Bates
.nd. his party that Governor Scott has deter?
mined to arrest the incendiary.'*
IMPORTANT TO TAX PATERS.-Attention is di?
rected to a notice from the Sheriff of the
.County of Charleston calling on ali delinquen ts
to come forward and .settle, their liabilities with
the present incumbent. All receipts given in
the Sheriff's name since the 21th of August are
declared by Mr. Mackey to be null and void.
REMOVAL.-It will be seen by reference to a
notice in our columns that Mr. Joseph T.
Caldwell has removed his school from Went
-worth-street to his. hew residence, northwest
corner of Bull and Coming streets, where he is
?Isoprepared to receive a few boya as board
era in his family.
DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT.-A laige
.edition of the Democratic address to the color-,
od voters has been issued in pamphlet form
for distribution, lt bears the imprint of tho.
Courier Job office, abd is printed in type suffi?
ciently large- to make the document no mystery
-even to such of the colored population ss have
barely mastered the primer.
FrsujT B.'XE TN COLTJHBIA.-The Columbia
Phoariix nays: "A bala of new cotton was re
-ceived in this- market on Saturday from the
plantation of Mr; J. C. F. Sims, of Bichland.
It weighed four, hundred and eighty-one
pounds, .was classed low middling, and was
purchased by Messrs. Copeland A Bearden at
3n cents. '
HOTEL ARUTVALS-September 8.-Charles
4on Hold.-Thomas Robinson, Savannah; F.
McCabe, E. D. Robinson, City.
Paoition Hold.-Oiptain Thomas P.. Payne.
Steamer Stephens; R. Tuttle, Pineville; Mrs.
SP. F. Davis, St, Stephens; H. Macon, Columbia;
-Mrs McCants. children and servant, South Car?
olina; 8. L. Moore, Georgetown; Mrs. N. B
Bradwell, Manning, S. C.; Dr. L. Little, South
Carolina; W. M. Gregg, Florence, 8. C.
SHERIIT'B SALES.-The following property
TOS sold yesterday by the 8heriff at the Court?
.A lot and two-and-a-balf-3tory wooden build,
lng in Henrietta-streer, known as No. 21, for
'ITO lots with thToc-story brick buildings,
known as Noa 434 and 436 King-street, brought
respectively $525 and <450.
THE SOUTH CAaoLINA MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANX.- -At a meeting of this Compa?
ny, held on Friday .night last, a constitution
-and by-lafl^jpere adopted, and the following
Board of .Directors elected : W. McBirney, L.
D. Mowry, E, W. Dawson, H. T. Peake, J. B.
Emery, O. P. Aimar, G. H. Monett, J. H. Dev?
ereux, B. Hunter.
- At a meeting of the Board of Directora, held
.yesterday, Wr.. William McBirney was elected
.President and Mr. F. M. Burdell elected Sscre
-tory and Treasurer.
MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION.
?A large number of the friends of the co-opera?
tive system met last night at the hall of the
Washington Engine Company, in Vanderhorst
street,' to form a second association. Captain
George H. Walter was called to the Chair, and
Mi. L. C. Hendricks requested to act as Sec?
The chairman open: d the meeting by stating
its purpose in a few appropriate remarks, ex?
plaining the benefits which members of similar
associations have derived in this as well as
other countries, and urging tho importance of
-an immediate organization. Mr. J. R. Emery
offered- a r?solution that ? committee bc ap?
pointed by. the Chair to prepare and submit to
the meeting a draft of a constitution for its
consideration and approval.
The resolution being carried, the chair ap?
pointed a committee of seven, which retired
for the purpose stated, and upon its return
made a report through ita chairman. Mr. Eme?
ry, with a draft of a constitution, which re
received its first reading. It was then laid over
until a future meeting tor ratification.
Sundry other resolutions were adopted, in?
cluding one tendering the thanks of the meet?
ing to the Washington Engine Company for
their kindness in offering to the meeting the
use of their hall. a>
The meeting then adjourned to rr.eet at the
same place on Thursday, 10th instant, at half
: pa5t seven P. M.
THE BASE BALL, MATCH.
SAVANNAH AGAINST CHARLESTON.
THE ALERTS WIN THE DAY.
ENTERTAINMENT AND DEPARTURE OF THE
FOREST CITY CHAMPIONS,
Long before the hour appointed for the
match game between the rival Clubs of Savan?
nah and Charleston, all the available space
on the Citadel Grean was occupied, and the
crowd of impatient sight-seers surged against
the ropes, requiring the constant menace of the
armed guard to keep them in bounds. Every
arrangement had been made to accommodate '
the spectators, and particularly the ladies, who
were furnished with armchairs placed in a cen?
tral position, giving them a full view of the
field. There were fully four thousand persons
on the grounds, as the only clear space was
that reserved for the players-the rest of the
green, the sidewalks, and every window and
roof in th?ieighborhood being thronged by
the eager spectators. The day WEB all that the
most ardent base ballist could have wished, if
it had been specially arranged for the occasion.
The rain which fell about noon was only suffi-1
dent to lay the dust, and did not interfere with
the motions of the players.
Precisely at the appointed hour (2.30 P. M.),
the Forest City members, with their opponents
of the Alert, appeared on the ground and took
the positions assigned them. The uniform of
the two Clubs was somewhat Bin: j tar, and the
gray jackets flitting across the field caused
some of the more distant spectators to be in
doubt as to the identity of the players. The
Alerts wore a blue suit with a white base ball
cap, and the initial letters of the Club on
the breast, while the Forest City boys were
olad in sombre gray, with the initial letters
F. C. embroidered on the breast. The names
of the players, the first nine of each Clnb, and
their positions in the game, were as follows :
W. D. Crane, c. \ W. P. Bell, e. s.
A. McDonald, p. L. Yeltraan, 1. f.
W. F. May. 1st b. W. W. Coiquitt, c. f.
J. McNulty, 2db. J. Griffin, r. f.
E. L. Beard, Sd b. .
Alex. Easton, 8. 8. W. 8. Mathews, 3d b.
Wm. Heelin, c. H. C. Conklin, 1. f.
Wm. H. Cook, c. f. W. H. Lockwood, r. f.
Ed wd. Schacte, 1st b. John Boyce, p.
D. D. Stubbs, 2d b.
Mr. McCabe, of the Eclipse Club, acted as um?
pire, and Messrs. Winner, of the A'art, and
Bingham, of the Forest City, cs scorers.
Everything being ready, and the players in
good trim, the ball was opened by McNulty, of
the Forest City, who led off and made his base
handsomely. He was followed by Veltman.
May, who came next, went ont on a foul to
Heslin, of the Alert. Coiquitt stuck to short,
and took a back seat. Beard went oat by
Stubbs in running to the second base. Easton
stuck to the field and made his base. Heslin
went out on a foul to Craven,. Stubbs struck
to go home, which was fielded to the first base,
and the pioneer Alert retired in disgust.
Boyce went out on a fly to Craven, and the
score stood five to three in favor of the Alert.
This little dash seemed to warm tho players
to the work, and the second inning was opened
in lively style. Craven struck to Easton, which
was put to first base, and he retired. Mc?
Nulty struck a high foul fly, which young Hes?
lin took in at the home base, and put the ball
to the pitcher, who threw to Schacte on the
first, who caught Bell nappiog. This resulted
in a blank for the Forest City. Stubbs, Math?
ews and Boyce led off with good hits, but
Lockwood struck to Bell, and was put out on
the first base with Mathews. Conklin was
caught running home by Craven on a ball
handled by Mo Nulty on the second base. The
Bcore then stood 17 to 3.
THIRD IN NINO.
In the third inning McNulty struck high to
the centre and made a home run. Beard went
out on tn ree strikes and also went home. Cra?
ven sont a bounder to Mathews, but failed to
reach his first. Easton led off with a good ba",
and all followed his example except Mathews,
who sent a fly to McNulty on the second,
which WM taken in, and Boyce sent one to
Yeltman, who capped it. After making nine?
teen runs, Easton tipped out Craven, leaving
the score 36 to 8 in favor of the Ahrt.
. THE OONOLTJDING INNINGS.
McNulty led off the fourth innin/; with a foal,
which Heslin captured. Yeltman sent one to
Cook, and May one to the redoubtable Stubbs,
who sent it to Schacte, and the result stood a
blank for the Savannah boys. Heslin led off,
followed by Cook, Schacte, Conklin and Stubbs,
all good hit's. Mathews bounded one to Bell,
who sent it to the first. Boyce Bent one to
May and retired. Lockwood tipped out to
Craven. Score 41 to 8.
Fifth Inning.-Colquit sent up one which
Schacte nabbed, but McDonald made base
of good hit and run. Beard and Craven each
sent up one for Schacte. Conklin and Stubbs
were captured on first, by balls sent in by
McNulty and Bell, and Boyce run out between
third, and home by McDonald. Score 46 to 9.
Sixth Inning.-McNulty fouled to Heal: *
Griffin and Bell on bases. Yeltman Bent one
to Mathews, who waa pitching, and who sent
it to Boyce on the third, and captured Griffin.
McNulty sent one to Easton, who handled it to
Schacte. Lockwood, Easton and Heslin each
made bases, and Cook took bat to send them
home, but bounded it to Bell, who let McNulty
have it on second, and young Heslin retired.
Conklin made first, and was forced by Stubbs,
who sent one to McNulty, and Conklin came
back. Matthews bounded one to base and out.
Score 50 to 12. ...
Seventh Inning.-Beard sent one to first and
out. Boll struck out, and McDonald went out
on a foul to Heslin. Lockwood struck a h i ph
ball and tried to make second base, but was
captured by McNulty. Eieton put a weak one
to McDonald, as also did Cook, and they re?
tired, with one run by Boyce. Score 51 to 16
in favor of Alerts.
Tho eight inning was commenced, but it
being too dark, the game was called, and de?
cided in favor of the Alerts. The following is
th 3 official score at the conclusion of tho
roaxsx cm. R. O.
J. McNulty. 2d b..3 3
L. B. Veltman, L 1..4 1
W.F.M?y, latb...2 2
W.W. Coiquitt, C. f.l 2
A. McDonald, p.8 2
E. L. B?ard, 3d b..O 4
W. l. CreveD, c_1 3
J. H. Griffin,r. f...l 1
W. P. Bell, e. B.1 8
ALEUT. R. 0.
A. Easton, s. s.7 2
W. Heslin, c.6 2
W. H. Cook, cf... .8 1
E. F. Schacte, ls tb. 8 0
H. 0. C< allin, 1. f..5 3
D.D. Stubbs. 2db.5 2
U Mathews, 3d b..4 4
Jobu Boyce, p.4 4
Total.16 21 Total.51 21
Innings. 1st. 2d. 3d. 4 h. 6th. Otb. 7th. Total.
Forest City_3 0 6 0 1 3 4 16
Ale.t.5 IS 19 6 5 4 1 51
Flit* Caught-McNulty U Yeltman 1; McDonald 2;
Easton 1; Cook 1; Schacte 3; Heslin 2.
Flic* Missed-Cook 1; Stubbs 1; McNulty 1; Volt
man S; Coiquitt 1; McDonald 2; Beard 2: Craven 1:
Foul* Struck-Alert 21; Forest City 18.
Out on Fouls-McNulty 3; May 1; Bell 1; Easton 1;
Heslin 1; Boyce 1; Lockwood L
Left on Basts-Griffin 2; Colquit 2: May ls
Passed Balls-Craven 14; Heslin 10.
Home Buns- McNulty 2.
Of the game was somewhat unexpected, as the
Alerts, smarting under their recent defeat at
Savannah, were not over confident of coming
off the victors. Each side played well, MoNttlty,
of the Forest City, making the only t wo home
rans of tbe game. Tte announcement of the
result of the game was received with loud and
continued cheers, and the large crowd Blowly
dispersed, leaving the field to the contestants.
Daring the play there was the usual number of
incidents and accidents common to the devo?
tees of base ball. The balls were thiown with
a will and caught on the fly, and the pitcher
being a powerful player, the baila were propell?
ed forcibly, and sprained hands and Angers
were the order of the div. Heslin sprained
hia fore-finger seriously in thia way. Ea8ton
met with a slight mishap that knocked him
senseless for a time. He was leaving the base,
and came into collision with another player
whose knee struck him near the temple, pros?
trating him. He soon recovered and resumed
his position in the game. After the crowd had
dispersed the Forest City boys and their hosts
entered omnibuses that were in waiting, and
escorted to the hotel. In the evening the two
Clubs and a number o, invited guests sat
down in Masonic Hall to a splendid collation
furnished by Tully. After the substantials had
disappeared, Mr. E. L. Beard, a member of the
Forest City, introduced Mr. W. D. Craven, the
President, who, io a few well chosen remarks,
presented the ball with which the game had
been played to Mr. Joseph Hilton, the Presi?
dent of the Alert. Mr. Hilton responded,
thinking him'for the gift, and three times
three cheers were given with a will f jr the
Savannah boys. The remainder of the evening
was spent in the interchange of courtesies;
healths were drunk and apntimenta offered,
looking to another reunion, and midnight had
arrived ere the Forest City boya were escorted
to the boat by their hosts. It is the talk that
the third game, the rubber, which will decide
tho championship, will be played in Augusta
at an early day. The music of the entertain?
ment was famished by Mr. Otto Meyer and his
COBOKXB'S INQUEST.-Coroner Whiting held
an inquest yesterday morning on the body of
Emanuel Joseph, a white man, who was found
dead on board the steamer Christiana. Mr'
Joseph was a pilot of Savannah, and a guest of
the captain of the Christiana. Ho came to this
city with tho Forest City Club, aod also tor the
purpose of inspecting the pilot boat now build?
ing by Mr. F. M. Jones. Mr. Joseph was with
the steward and others on board up to 7 o'clock
Sunday evening, when he retired. The steward
returned to the boat about 5 A. M. yesterday,
and found Mr. Joseph at the bottom of the
forward companion-way, with his head against
the paDel and his feet on the stairway. He
was then quite dead, though the body was still
warm. The supposition wa9 that he had come
on deck during the night for some purpose,
and in returning had missed his footing and
feil down the companion-way. He was in his
night-clothes, and from the position of the
body bad evidently fallan the whole length of
the stairs, the head being against the panel?
ing and the neck broken. The jury rendered a
verdict in accordance with the facts above men?
tioned. Mr. Joseph leaves a wife and four
children in Savannah.
ATTENTION, PRINTEBS.-We are requested to
state that a meeting of tho printers of this city
will be held on tho 19th instant, to consider the
proposition for forming a baso ball club. As
several new features in base balling will be
presented, all favorable to the enterprise aro
cordially invitod to attend. Sovoral experi?
enced base ballists will be present and address
the mootitu?. The hour and place of meeting
will be stated in a futuro notice.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
Ac; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with, any desired pattern of
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 69 Broad
G BEEN TUB TEE SOUP, broiled mutton and
shrimp salad, are among the good things prepared
by Tor ct for lunch at Our House this morning.
INTERN AL REVENUS STAMPS.-Authorized
"U. S. Designated Depository" at No. 23 Broad
street, office Phoenix Mutual Life lnsurar.ee Com?
pany. On all sums of fifty dollars and over a dis?
count will be allowed.
WM. J. MOLYNEATJX,
September 8 ruth; G Depositary.
WE BZFEB TO JOHN COMMINS, NO. 131 Meet
ing-itreet, who hos returned from the North with
three hundred cieee of good substantial boots and
shoes, for retailing, and also two hundred cases
from auction, which wlU be sold at reduced prices.
September 1 tofB
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 free. stuth
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, ono dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FATR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGEM
30 OOO FRANCS ! I
(3C.000 IN GOLD .
At thc recent International Contest m the Paris Ex?
Thc public are invited to coll ond examine the re?
port o? the Jury nu the nier.lP-of the great contest,
and see the official award to the H?rnng'a Patent
over all others.
HE3.RING, FARREL & SHEEHAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murrar-st, New ?ork.
FAR Rh EL, HERRING A CO., 1 HERRING A CO.
Philadelphia. J Chicigo.
HERRING. FARBEL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
WALKER, EYANS& COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 103 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
insurance il g e n r ? c s.
MEBCANTILE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER AND SPECIAL ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, A. D. 1809.
THIRTEEN MILLIONS IN GOLD,
PLEDGED FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY-HOLDERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES IN THE ABOVE NAMED COMPANY,
on as favorable terms aa t?oao of anv other Agencies m thia city. He respectfully solicits a share ot
the patronage of his iriends and the public generally.
EDWARD SEBRING, Agent,
No. 34 BROAD-STREET.
August ll . tuthslmo
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION AND RAPIDLY INCREASING.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT op THE ABOVE NAMED POPULAR
? . AND HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE COMPANY, IS PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES.
No. 34 BROAD-STHEET.
ftittil (Dili< (tte.
OILS ! OILSf OILS!
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gallons Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons No. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pnre Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
900 gallons English Linseed Oil
60 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
20 barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETD?G-STEEBT.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
S0O0 lbs. Pure 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 American White Zinc.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
(tatton presses anb $ a ID ?ins.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS.
WITH ONE MULE A HEAVY BALE CAN BE
Eet of Irons weigh 1100 lbs. Price $140.
Tl GEORGI! SAW GIN,
Tormerly "CLEMENS" GIN, of Columbus,
Go., ut reduced prices.
For descriptivo lists, apply to
HUGER i% RAVENEL.
General Agents f-T South Carolina,
Ko. CO East Ray, Charlca'on, S. C.
Acents for the salo of PORTABLE AND
STATIONARY ENGINES, HENEREY'S "MC?
CARTHY" GINS, RICE anti WHEAT
THRESHERS, FANS, GRIST MILLS, Ac.
HUGER & RAVEN EL,
No. GO East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
jQ U P O N T ' S
OF ALL KISD3 AND SIZES.
A L\RGK STOCK OF THE ABOVE ALWAYS ON
hand und f?r sale at market rates by
J. N. BO H SON,
Agent tor Ute htafc\
Koo. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
August 18 PAC tuthsluio
? K ? ti. lt ' ?
FASHIONABLE BARBEE'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, bettveen King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained te his business, and is prepared to
serve his Mends and the public generally in the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
CHiELESTOH HOTEL ?TABLES.
THESE EXTENSIVE STABLES ARE NOW IN
thorough iopalr and contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can bo obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DOUGHS A JACK-ON,
Charleston Hotel Stables
feptembcr 3 2mos* PlnckneT-street.
R P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
July 30 Cmos *
Ilams, Siripi, Sidet, ijc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, In front of their Stores, at 9
8 boxes Choice CANVASED HAMS
6 hhds. Chetce P. C. Hams
2500 pounds Choice Stripe
4 hhds. Bib Sides
2 hhds. C. B. Sides
20 barrels Refined Sugar
20 tierces Choice Cuba Molasses
75 sacks Super Extra Flour.
Conditions cash. September 8
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAT, the 8th instant, will be sold before our
store, at hair-past 9 o'clock.
150 BACON SIDES
100 pieces Smoked Beef
100 choice Sugar Cured Hams
5 bbls. Pick ed Beef
5 bbls. Family Pork.
Conditions cash. September 8
Butter, Lard and Bacon.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
44 firkins Orange County BUTTER
30 tu s Orange County Butter
60 tubs Lord, landing
400 Bacon Shoulders, landing.
Conditions cash. September 8
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY. in front of their store, No. 30
30 ke.-s BU1TEB
10 socks Coffee
20 chests Tea
10 bbls. Flour
Sugar, Mustard, Ac.
BY MILLIGAN & SON,
No. 2% Vendue Range.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
A general assortment of FURNITURE, MATTRESS?
DR? GOODS, Clothing, Hats, kc, bc.
JJrurjs, Chemicals, (Ctr.
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CURES DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, DIAR?
RHOEA, FEVER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE
We havo, after long study and many experiments,
succeeded in producing what we claim to be the '
BE8T BITTERS AND Mt?31 PLEASANT BEVER?
AGE in use, compounded as they are of the most
valuable ingredients known to Pharmacy. As a
TONIC AND APPETIZER it bas no equal-reliable
in all BILIOUS Di-RANGEMENT, resulting from
miasmatic influenoo?, so prevalent at the South, and
chango of diet, climate and water. In offerinc to
the Southern publio our great TONIC AND BEVER?
AGE, we only ask lor it a fair trial, feeling assured
its own merits will soon ensure its becoming a favor?
ite at the South. It baa all the pleasing qualities of
a "Liquour," and thouph under a small volume, is
four times more active than other preparations. It
is almost indispensable for r constituting the blood
In females suflorina from debility and loss of appe?
tite, and for persons exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over-exert ion. The benefit of these Bitters
are felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass full before
Each bottle has our stamp and signature over the
cork. DO WIE * MOI?K, Proprietors
And Wholesale Druggists,
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
August 6 Cmo*
P E C I A L NOTICE.
EN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on thc morning
of 221 June, wo have removed to the extensive prem?
ires formerly occupied by
HAVTLAND, STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HATNE-8TBEET,
And will be prepared In a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUG?, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARIICLE8 IN OCR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABOEATORIES, ONE OF OUR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOR EUROPE, ANT) WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER,
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION,
GOODRICH, WIREMAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEA y DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Hayiic-Htrcct,
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON. P. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 DAC lyr
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousand! of our Best Citizens.
JXJj- For Testimonials; of remarkable
caren, sec *'Rosadali3 Almanac" for this
FREFASEU OXLT. BY
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 2M B ALTQIORE-STBEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE BY
DUWIK & MO IS IC,
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
July 22 Cmos
J" U S T R
.E C E I V E D
E. H. .KELLERS ? CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
VICHY GRANDE GRILLE
KISSINGEN BITTER WATER,
In Original Packages.
Tinware, Clothing and a General Assortment
of Seasonable Dry Goods.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THtS DAY, 8th Inst., at 10 o'clock, will be sold at
our Auction Salesroom. No. 135 Meeting-street, on
account of the underwrite r? and all concerned,
23 dozen TIN PANS, 4 to 10 quarts; 20 dozen Press?
ed Pans, 1 to 6 quarts
Tin Dinner Plates, Handle Wash Pans, Cups, Buck?
Levied on for rent by G. j O'Sullivan vs. A. Baruch,
BEAVER OVERCOATS, Beaver and Cafstmere Sack
Coats, Broadcloth Drees and Frock Coats BP
Cashmere, Corduroy and Satinet Punts, Silk and
Boys Suits complete.
A general assortment of seasonable DEY GOODS,
Black and Fancy Colored CAoSIMEBES, Satinets,
Bed All-Wool Flannel, Canton Flannels, Linen Bo
som and Colored Shirts
Merino shir.s and Drawers, Plaid Homespun, Cali?
Lougcloths, Bleacked and Brown Shirting, Hosiery,
Suspenders, Spool Cotton
Pms, Needles, L. C. Hdkfs., Corded Bordered Lawn
Conditions cash on dohvery.
On FRIDAY, 11th instant, will be sold, at oar Store,
25 Assorted HIRDS, consisting of Canaries, Mock?
ing Birds and Java Sparrows. September 8
Dry Goods, Clotliing, Furniture, ??c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
A general assortment ot DRY GOODS, Hosiery,
Hoop Skirts, Satinets, Tweeds, Spool Cotton, Stay
Men's Casslmere and Satinet Coats, Pants and
1 TETE A TETE, 1 Bureau, 2 Washstands, Dining
Tables, Work Tables, Crockery, Ac.
Contents of a First-class Saddlery Store, Fur
mture ofa Family, and Sundry Goods, To
Morrow, Wednesday 9th inst.,
Will sell at No. 136 Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion
Pax ticnlars mornicpr of sale. September 8
Entire Furnitwe of a Hotel at Auction; told on
account of the Owner Leaving the State.,
BYR, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On THURSDAY, 10th inst, at half past 10 o'clock,
will be sold at the Commercial House, cor. Queen
and Church streets.
The FURNITURE of said House,
Being a complete outfit of Parlors, Dining Saloon,
Chambers and Kitchen; also Bar and Fixtures;
Piano, Carpets, Minors, Crockery, Ac., Ac.
Can be treated for at private sale until 10th inst
September 3 thstuwth
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. '
Farrar vs. Purcell ? Cohrt. ..
On TUESDAY, the 29th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Customhouse,
Al JJ THAT LOT OF LAND, situate at the south?
west corner of Meeting-street and Horibeck's alley,
measuring in front on Meeting-street 40 feet, the
same on the back line, and in depth on Horibeck's
alley 114feet, the same on the south Une; bounding
east on Meeting-street, north on Horibucfc'a aller,
south on land of the Apprentices' Library Society,
and west on land of--.
lenna-One-half cash, and balance in one rear,
with interest pa; able semi- annually, secured by bond
of tho purchaser and mortgage of the premisas; nid
purchaser to pay for papo s, stamps, and taxes for
which the property is liable.
J. W. GRAY,
September 8 tu3 Master is Equity.
^??ti0tuers' ?prfo?tc Mts.
T^1)HFG71IILNOR & co.
At Private Sale
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS, AMERICAN TRACT
SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS-Libraries of the above
from $120 to $28, with choioe collection of other
books. Tho above are offered at the regular prices
of the Society. Orders will ba taken for any publi?
cation of the Society and prompt'y filled. The
attention of Sunday Schools in the city and country
iR called to tho above. These bonks are placed on
deposit wi tn ns, with a view or extruding the interest
of th" Society and advancing religious culture.
ROS TIES FOR BALING COTTON.
UNIVERSAL COTTON BALING TIE,
THIS TTE. THE 8TRONGEST AND CHEAPEST
in the market, has been improved since last season,
and is guaranteed to be suffldejtly strong for the
heaviest bal-s. Put up in a very superior manner,
in bundles, each bundle containing thirty-six Hoops,
and Buckles complets. Now landing, and for sale
in Io's to suit purchasers.
Also for sale, American HEMP AND FLAX BALE
ROPE, and MENDING AND BALING TWINE. New
I'ork BAGGING, Ac, by WILLIAM ROACH,
Agent for .-outh Carolina.
September 3 Imo
-yy EST WA HU THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WAY.
SECURE A U0U'? JV. THE GOLDEN STATS.
Incorporated under the laws of the State, No?
vember 30th, 18(37, for the purpose of providing
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
CAPITA I J STOCK.$1,000,000
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
At Five Dollars Each,
PAYABLE IM UNITED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a full description o?
the property to be distributed among the
Shareholders, will be sent to any addresB upon
receipt of stamps to cover postage.
Information as to price of land in any por?
tion of the State, or upon any other subject
of interest to parties proposing to immigrate,
will be cheerfully furnished upon receipt of
stamps for postage.
?-All letters should be addressed, "SECRE?
TARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Postofhce Box No. 86, San Francisco
California." Imo August 31
?TOFT g HOWIBBJ
You can do all your Cooking, ?ave time,
trouble and money, and avoid heating tue
house In Bummer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove. ;
Aak for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN ?
( Gas) STOVE. They are the beat. Take no j
Send for Circular.
AIBO Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lampa, Kerosene Glue
trots, Ac, Ac
Liberal terms to Agents.
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
August 24 sac 3mo*