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THE DAILY NEWS.
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CULATION IN THE COT OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PBOVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
LOCAL MATTERS, j
THE STEAMSHIP FALCON, for Baltimore, has
:been detained, and will not leave Union Wharf
t -until this afternoon, at five o'clock.
8T. MICHAEL'S BELLS.-OII and after Sunday,
-the 20th inst, the city bell will be runt? at 7
P. M. and 9 P. M., instead of 8 P. M. and 10 P.
Tim SHIP MONTGOMEBT.-Thia vessel, which
.hal been fallen in with abandoned and towed
to this harbor, was resold here yesterday for
-one thousand nine hundred dollars.
Fos THE PEEDEE.-Shippers having freight
for the Peedee will t&ke notice of the change
.in schedule of the steamer Emilie, which makes
closo connection with the General Manigault at
!"- THE PAVILION HOTEL.-Tbe good business
VWhioh this hotel has been doing lately has en?
abled the proprietor to improve the outside
^appearance of the lower story by having its
-color cbanged from a rusty mottle to a fresh,
CHANGE or SCHEDULE OP STEAMER FTHTLTK.
The steamer Emilie, Captain Isaac Davis, will
leave for Georgetown Tuesday, September 22,
.at 7 A. BL, and returning will leave George
-town Wednesday afternoon at S o'clock See
GENERAL ELLISON C?PBBS.-On Sunday
morning last,'the B:ght Bev. Thomas F. Davis,
Bishop of the Diocese of South Carolina, or
.daised as a minister Bev. Ellison Capers, late
Brig. General in the Confederate army, and
conferred upon him . full ministerial and pas?
toral functions of the Episcopal Church.
DEATH or A PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN. -
Mr. Gea. F. Kinsey, one of the rising business
men of this city, died yesterday of consump?
tion. Mr. Kinsey was for years one of the of?
ficers of tho Peoples' Bank, which position he
retained to the close of the war. He was sub?
sequently a partner hi the wholesale clothing
.house of Pearson & Co.
RAPID PASSAGE roa BAILS.--The schooner
Lilly, belonging to tho excellent line of vessels
plying from this port to New York, consigned
to William Roach, Esq., and which left the
latter place on Monday, at ten o'clock A. M.,
arrived off this.har on Thursday. Captain
Francis brought a New York Herald of Mon?
day. ' _
NEW BICE, ?bc.-The steamer Emilie, from
Georgetown, S. C., brought to this port fifty
five forces of new clean Carolina rice, pound?
ed at Keithfield Hill, above Georgetown, and
-consigned to James R. Pringle, Esq., factor,
- ?dger's wharves. She also had on board six
bales new upland cotton, from the Peedee
River, consigned to Frost & Adger and Mowry
& Co. _,
THE TBLEGBAPH OPPICE.-For some day's
past the manipulators of the electric wire have
been unusually busy in setting their house io
-order. The result appeared last night in an
improved arrangement of the tables and bat?
teries. These (four in number) are how placed
in parallel lines near the front of the building;
the new arrangement being far more con?
venient for the operators.
BOCKED TH THE CRADLE or THE DEEP.-Yes?
terday morning two of the crew of the steam?
ship James Adger went in one of the wheels in
order to arrange eome portion of the macliine
ry. While in this position the wheels made
several revolutions, and the unfortunate men
were ducked several times. They yelled lusti?
ly, and their cries being heard, the motion was
stopped, and they were rescued. A few more
revolutions would have MU ed them.
.HIGH WATER,-The spring tide yesterday,
aided by the strong east wind that was blow?
ing, caused the water to rise much higher than
usual. The streets east of the Bay, between
Laurens and Calhoun, were completely sub?
merged, the water being over a foot deep, ind
in some instances entering the houses. The
low sad exposed streets on cither river were
affected in the samo way. It was reported that
the water on the bar wis twenty feet deep, but
unfortunately this increased depth was only
temporary, and lessened with the going down
of the tide. _
ATLANTIC WHABVEB.-These fine wharves,
four in number, are now in completo order,
and present accommodations that old King
Cotton may well be proud to inhabit. The ex?
tensive sheds and warehouses have been
"swept and garnished, " and one of the former,
which was used io store wood, has been re
floored and repaired, and will hereafter be de?
voted exclusively to eotton. The long ranges
of factors offices, all of which are tenanted by
first-class firms, are an indication that all the
faculties offered by the lessees of the wharves
will be in demand, as the planters have suc?
ceeded in making fair crops, and a goodly re?
turn of bales is expected.
HOTEL ARRIVAIS, Sept. 18-Charmion Hatti,
lu A. Dodge, Christ Church; John Rich, Beau?
fort; W. London, L tarsos; J. M. Crawley, W.
^Herring and Charles H. Warner, Augusta;
John A. Talmadge, Abbeville; Dr. W. S. Town?
send, New York; G. Howe, Rhode Island; Col.
H. S. Taft, St. Helena; Thomas Humphries,
New York; E. H. Pagne, wife, child and nurso,
Augusta; Carlos Tracy, South Carolina; J. A.
Brenner and niece, Augusta; Miss Plant and
-J. W. Pearson, Washington, D. C.; F. F. Bus?
sell, New York; S. H. Owens, Florida: William
Pavilion Hotei.-Hxa. S. Leckie, and S.
Leckie, Jr., Augu?ta; Mrs. John M. Kelneyand
ohild, New York; Charles Abrami and wife,
Ilise.; J. E. Scott, Jamos Horfern, A. Peal and'
-J. J. Nettles, Will'amsburg; James 0. Ladd,
Summerville; G. W. Blackman, Georgetown.
BASE BALL.-A match game of base ball will
-be played thia evening at the west end of
Broad and Tradd streets, between the second
nine of the Carolina and the first nine of Ger?
mania Clubs. The gamo will bo called at three
P. M. precisely.
An exciting contes\ occurred on Thuisday
"*ast on a vacant lot near the west end of Beau
fain-stroet, between the Athens and Rosehill
Base Ball Clubs-juveniles. A magnificent
bat, elaborately shaped and painted, was the
bono of contention, and the game was played
with great spirit, but fortune decided in favor
of the Rosehillians, who distanced the Athens
Club by several scores. The latter fully ex?
pected to be proclaimed the victors, and could
not stand thc disappointment, but bedewed
the chaff lot with their tears. Tho Rosehill
Club were moved to compassion, renounced
?eir pretensions, and tbs bat was retained by
the Athens boys. Their opponents were not
all satisfied, and from the murmurs cf the dis
-contonted it is clear that tho bat will be played
DrSTTJBBANCE ON JAMES ISLAND-THE NB
GBOE3 FOKCEBLY ARREST ONE OF THSIB OWN
COLOE-THE EXISTENCE or AHMED BANDS
PBOVED BEYOND PEBA OVENTUBE.-On lost Sat?
urday, a number of armed negioes appeared
on the plantation ol Mir. Chae. H. W?ISOD, on
Wadmolaw Island, and demanded of Mr. E. P.
Loman, who resided ?rn the place, one Samp
eon Brown, his foreman. It appears that
Brown had maltreated a woman with whom he
was living, and she bad complained to the
League, who had authorized the arrest of
Brown by the band of negroes who ap?
peared on Mr. Wilson's place. The men were
all armed and succeeded in accomplishing
the airest of Brown despite the remonstrances
of Mr. Leman. Brown WSB brought to this
city on Saturday, and lodged in jail, on a war?
rant obtained from Magistrate Whiting-Maria
Brown making an affidavit of the assault. On
Monday morning Mr. Leman made a state?
ment of ibf?? facts to Magistrate Whiting, who
caused the arrest of twenty colored mon who
were concerned in the riot. They were tried
yeB.erday morning before Judge Pringle,
Mesare. Whaley, Mitchell and Clancy appear?
ing for Mr. Wilson, and C. C. Bowen for the
prisoners. After bearing the affidavits it waa
ordered that the prosecution be continued and
the defendants be admitted to bail in the sum
of one hundred dollars each. Tnis they were
unable to do, and were committed to jail to
await their trial at the next term of the county
court for riot and nnlawfnl armed organization
and false imprisonment.
The subjoined affidavits of Benjamin Capers
(colored) and Mr. E. P. Leman will show tbe
existence of organized armed bodies of men in
the State, wh? claim to receive their authority
for the same from Gov. Scott and one Sam
Johnson, a colored member of the Legislature.
They defy the laws, and act only through the
directions of the League, and hold courts for
the trial of all offenders. Birds of a feather
flock together, and Lowen was prompt in his
offer aa counsel for the prisoners, but his
efforts will have ODly the result of obtaining
for him the vote of the islands. This case is
tbe same referred to in our Columbia special.
The affidavits will fully explain the state of
affairs now existing under negro rulo :
Affidavit of Benjamin Capers (colored).
Benjamin Capers deposed : That General Scott
had last year issued an order, and according to
that ordei they had kept committees on every
place. I was president of the Union League.
Whenever a case waa brought before the com?
mittees on each place and tried, whoever would
' not submit to their authority was brought to
me. Sam'l Johnson, a member of the Legisla?
ture, told us to form seven companies, of ono
hundred men each, and to drill as often as it
fe ni ted them. When a company was to be
Blaced on duty they would be ordered out, and
ie government would pay them-how much
was not stated; the government would also fur?
nish arma to be used for home protection; the
arms the company now-have were purchased
by the company, each man pur ch ising hs own
(run. The company to which the prisoners be
on ged waa Company C, and ro.mists of about
forty-five members; London Scott is the cap?
tain and Thoa. White the first li eu ter. a nt.
Brown had a woman on Wilson's place and he
left her twice. She became tired of such a
ufe, being a member of the church, and want?
ed to get a husband.
On Saturday last the woman carno over to
my house, and while there I noticed the
wounds on her head a d finger, and Brown
said in my presence that ho had'stabbed bor
with ? bayonet and waa sorry for it. Ho also
said that he did not care about one God d-n
man, and the woman could tell whom, and
that he would like to see the man who would
take him. Thia was my reason for taking the
followm? body of mc, armed with guns, viz:
London Scott, Thomas White, Abner David
Bon, John fowell, Samuel Logan, Samuel Bat?
ley, Cupid Trott, Abel Simons, D.ck R chards,
Prince Fraser, Simon Brown, George Brown,
C'msar Tatbird, Karnoo Crawford, Jack Jon-'
kins, Phoenix Doctor, Butober Doctor, Adam
I Geddes, Samuel P. Ycungblood, Robart Wash?
ington, Byas Brown, Mitchell Wade, and Lieut.
Moore. All these men were arnie 1 with a
musket, and one mau had a pistol. We all
weat up to Mr. Charles H. Wilson's to tell him
my errand. He was not at homo. I thon told
Mr. Leman what was my errand. He asked
me where I got the power from. I told
him from the "Body"-the same previous?
ly mentioned. He told me that he fear?
ed the law would decide against me; but
I said that I would (ry it I then went
into the field, he accompanying me the
whole way. Some boya came to Brown first;
they came quietly and told him he must sub?
mit. I soon came up and,. saluting the pri?
soner, said: "Mr. Brown, I am sorry, air, you
are my prisoner." He replied, "Well, air, I will
go with yon wherever you command." I said,
"You have committed an assault and batter?
with intent to kill, and I intend to take yon to
the Supreme Court and let them judge of your
case." I brought him then to to w n and lodged
him in the guardhouse. I also brought down
Maria Brown, and,. upon her affidavit, Brown
waa lodged in jail. On reaching the guard?
house I said, here is a prisoner, but told the
officer of the day that I had no warrant from a
magistrate. He p.id that he could not then
commit him, bul, m consequenca of the late?
ness of the hop.-, he consented to retain the
' prisoner. I wr nt to Magistrate Whiting early
the next morn'nc, and he gave mi an order on
the guaidbou >e to detain the prisoner on his
warrant. Tb i woman was afterwards freed,
and Brown comiuit'.-ed to jail.
BENJAMIN X CAPERS.
Affidavit of Mr. E. P. L?man-Mr. E. P.
Loman, who is planting with Mr. Charles H.
Wilson on Wadmalaw Island, testified that on
Saturday la t some twenty-nine persons oame
I to the private residence of Mr. Wilson, of
whom twenty-four were armed with guns and
the remainder with pistols. They were under
i the command of John Whit o and Lon ion Scott,
who proclaimed that they were State troops,
and the regulators of the island. They de?
manded the whereabouts of one Sampson
Brown, the foreman of the plant ltion, and
went to the field and arrested the said Samp?
son Brown and brought him to the city.
UKTTED STATXS COUBT- PBOBASTJE ADJOURN?
MENT-DEBTS poa TILE PURCHASE OF SLAVES
EQUITABLE DECISION OF JUDGE BRYAN.-We
learn from the Greenville papers that the
United States Court will probably adjourn thiB
An imp?t tant ca?e has recently been brought
before it involving the validity of debts for (lie
purchase of elavo3. Judge Bryan was clearly
of the opinion that such debts were valid at
law, but thought that there were equita?
ble considerations involved, which should
not be sacrificed to a judgment at law. The
cas6 presented wss a billin equity for an in?
junction upon the plain tiffs in a suit at law for
the recovery' of a debt for the purchase of
slaves. Thc amount sued for was less than
$2000, and, consequently, there could be no
appeal. Judge Bryan disposed of the difficul?
ties of the case by the following seueible order:
In the Ciicuit Court of the United States, tor the
District of South Carolin.*-lu Equity-Simpson
Bobo VB Thoa. R. Agnew-Bill In Equity for In?
junction, kc, kc
On hearing the complainant's bill ic this
case, and tho aigument of counsel, it is order?
ed that the doleudant, Thoa. R. Agnew, bo en .
joined from enforcing thc collection of h's
?'udgment at hw, in the case of the said Thoa.
t, A erne w assignoe, vs. Simpson Bobo, in t ie
Circuit Law Court of the United States, fir tue
District of South Carolina, for tho sum of sii
teen hundred and fifty-ono dollars and li.e
cents, with interest fro a the 23d August, 18G7;
Provided, the complainant, Simpson Bobo,
wiU pay over to Messrs. Perry & Perry attor?
neys for Thomas R. Atrnew, on or before tho
first Monday in October next, the principal,
interest and costs of the said judgment, to
be held by the sail attorneys till tho said
Thomas R. Acme* shall file his* bond with coud
surety, with too Clork of this Court; to refund
the said judgment, interest and cost to tho
said Simpson Bobo, with interest, ia caso th"
Supreme Couit of the United States should
decide that judgments for the purchase of
slaves in South Carolina, bafuro the war, in
1860, were not recoverable bv the plaintiffs, in
On complying with this rjroviso, this injunc?
tion to remain of force till tbe said decision is
made; and if the complainant, Simpson Bobo,
does not pay over the money as above stated,
then thc defendant is allowed to enforce his
judgment forthwith, and this injunction is dis?
solved. In tho meantime, the defendant have
leave to file his answer to complainant's bills.
GEO. S. BRYAN,
United States Judge. District of S. Carolina.
September 10, 1868.
If you want cheap BUnk Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc. ; or Miller's Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Book* bound in any etyle, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harria, Agent, No. 69 Broad
ROAST PIG, stowed marsh hen and other
dishes for lunch to-day at Torch's "On: House."
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS.-Authorized
?.U. S. Designated Depository" at No. 23 Broad
street, office Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Corn
pan}-. On all suma of fifty dol?an and over a dis?
count wiU be allowed.
WM. J. MOLYNhAUX,
September 8 tuthr? Depositary.
CHOICE GUBEN AN ?J BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson'* grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Good? deli vated tree.
MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS SUF?
FERING from I i wases pertaining to the
Ui.NIIO UBINABX ORGANS, will receive the latest
scientific treatment, by placing themselves under
the care of Dr. T. BUENTSJERNA, Office No. 7s
BASEL-STREET, three doors east from the Post
office, mel mo
gADDL.ES, BRIDLES, HARNESS,
SADDLERY, DARB WARE, CARRIAGE
THE UNDKRBIGNED BEG TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to their complete and oxtensive stock of
GOODS. Also, to a large stock of SECOND-HAND
GOVtBNMENT SADDLES,. Which they offer on
All orders promptly executed.
JENNINGS, THUMLINSON & CO.,
No. 169 Meeting-street,
Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-WOOL SKINS AND IMPORTED BAZLLS
suitable for Bice iii ls. 12 September 15
THON TIES FOB BALING COT TUN.
UNIVERSAL COTTON BALING TIE,
THIS TIE. THE STRONGEST AND CHEAPEST
in the market, has been imnmved since last season,
and is guaranteed to be sufficiently stronz for the
heaviest bil a. Pu<' up in a ver}' superior manner,
in bundies, each bundle o m faining thirty-six Hoops,
and Buckles complete. Now landing, and for sale
in Io's to suitpurchiDO's.
Also-for sale, Amciican HEMP AND FLAX BALE
BOPE. and MENDING AND BALING TWINE, New
York BAGGING, Ac., by WILLIAM ROACH,
Agent for souih Carolina.
September 3 Imo
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FUBNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILEBS
AND PANS, of oil sizes
HOBSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 0 to
16 feet tn diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON* PRESSES for Hind
power, Saw and Rico Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order '?
Particular attention poid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, eic, die,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREBT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
August 3 m ws
TWIGHT HU \DI*ED MILKS
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
ABE NOW FINISHED AND IN OPERATION.
Although this road is built with great rapidity, the
work is tho! o ugh ly done, and is pronounced by the
Unito.l States Commissioners to be first-class in
every respect, before it i-i accepted, and before any
bonds can be issued upon it,
j apidity and excollcncc of cons'ruction have beou
secured by a complete division ot labor, and by dis?
tributing tbe twenty thousaud men employed along
the line tor long distances at once. It is now prob?
able tbat the
WHOLE LINE TO THE PACIFIC WILL BE COM?
PLETED ?N 1869.
The Company have ample means of which the gov?
ernment grants tho right of way. and all necessary
timi or and other materials found along the Une of |
its operations; o]>o, 12.803 acres of l?nd to the mile,
taten in alternate sectiens on eacu side of its road;
also, United States thirty-yoar bonds, amounting to
from $16,000 to $48,000 uer milo, according io the
difficulties to be surmounted oa tbo various sections
to be built, for which it t ikes a second mortgage as
security, sud it is expected that not only the inter?
est, but the principal amount may bo paid in cer?
vices rendered by the Company in transporting
troops, mills, Ac.
1 Ht. EARNINGS OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAIL?
ROAD, from its way or local business < nly, duting
the yea. ending June 30th, 1868, amounted to over
FOUR MILLION DOLLARS,
which, after plying all expenses was much more
hon sufficient to pay tho interest upou its Uond.-.
Those earnings are no indication of the vast through
traffic that must follow the opening of the line to thc
Pacific, but they certainly provo tbat
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly thxeo times
their i mount,
Are Entirely Secure.
The Union Pacific Ponds run thirty years, are for
91000 each, and have coupons attached. 1 hey bear
annual interest, payable ou the nm day 9 of Januar ?
and July at the Company^ effice in the City ol New
Tora, at the rate of >-ix per cont in gold. The prin?
cipal is payable in gold at maturity. The trice is
102. and st ihe present rato of gold, they pay a libe?
ral income on their cost
A very important confide' atioa in determining thc
value of these bonds is THE LENGTH OF li ME
TBEYHAVK IO RUN.
It is well kn jwn tu?t a long l.ond a'.way* commands
a much higher pt ice than a short ono. It is safe to
assume that d uriuit the next thirty years, the rate of
interest in tbs United States will dec lue as it has
done in ? urojie. aud wo have a right to expect that
fcuch six per cent, securities an these will be he'd at
JB high a premium aa those ot this government,
whicn, in 1867, were bought in at 20 to 23 per cent
above par. t hc export demand ulone may produce
thia result, and as Hie isMie of a p Irate corporation,
they are beyond the re?u h of politic il action.
The Company believe that th ir bonds, at the pre?
sent rate, a.e tue cheapest seemly in he uiirkot,
end the right to advance tho prie at auv timo is
resorvod. Subsj iptio s Will bj received in New
York at the
COMPANY'S OFFICE, No. 20 NASSAU ST.,
JOH*.' J. CISC J & SO.V, Ha niters,
No. 19 If ALL-STREET,
Ana by tile Company's Advertised A gents
throughout tlic Guised states.
Jtdf'RenMtUncGO should bi male in drafts or
other funds par ia N'. w York, an 1 lb.' Uoud-) will be
sent free of charge hy return expr?s. PirtiC3 sub?
scribing through local scouts will 1 uk to thom f..r
their safe delivery.
tas- A PAMPHLET AND M VP FUR H ?a bas just
boen published by tho Comoaay, giving fuller inlor
mation than is possiblo in an advertisement respect?
ing the Progress of the Work, the Resources of the
Couniry traversed by the Road, tao Means for Con?
struction, aud the Value ol the Bonds, which will bo
sent free on application at the Company's Offices, or
to any of tho advertised Agents.
JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer.
September 19 Inn New York.
OILS ! OILS! 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 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 OP
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLO HS. PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo* No. 126 MEETTNG-8TREET. .
WHITE LEAD AND ZHVC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs.i>ure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pare French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pure American White Zinc.
ALL OF TEE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
August 20 3mo*
/onion uno ftontfstic poper, Stotianern, $r.
No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FOREIGN ll DOMESTIC PAPER MD STATiONERl,
PENS, INKS, PENCILS, COPYING PRESSES, Sci
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE.
. TIME BOOKS,
AND ALL KINDS OP
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE
WHERE THE? AKE PREPARED TO DO EYE RI DESCRIP?
TION OF BOOK, JOB AND FANCY PRINTING, and to manufac?
ture to order BLANK BOOKS, Ruled, Prinled or Bound to any pat?
TOAIX AND WINTER IMPORTATIONS
MILLINERY GOODS I
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBON-,
SILES, SATINS. VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWER?, PLUME-! AND ORNAMENTS.
BON VETS .VXD LADIES' HATS
IN STRAW, SILK. Y ELVE C AND FELT.
We attn tho largest and best assor'ed ^look in the
United State.', oo'nprisicg all thc latest Parisian No?
velties, Dud unequalled in clio cc variety an ; cueap
ARMSTRONG, C.VTOR iSs CO.,
Nos. 237 an I 200 BALTIMORi>"TREET,
August 2."> lino* Mim?te.
Q^EORUE R. GAlTHrflt, J?., ?Sf CO..
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT*
No. 4 Caiu'.lin-strcct, Baltimarc.
Liberal cish advances on con.-iguuicat?.
?p H. QBCPT ?Sf CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL.,
NJ. iJ S?Ura C\L\2 RT-SIBEET,
Dal ti more.
F. H. GRUPT.H. G. CDRTAl
April -JO jjmol
Q^RIPKl*?. BROTH Kit ? CO..
C 0 M 311S S IO JV M F. ll C U A N T ?
No. 103 LOMP.ABD-STBEfcT,
Apn'l 22 fimos
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. AUKED JENXDES, J?,
SODERT IT. JENKINS.
-gDW. JENKINS) & SONS,
IilTOIlTEItS AND _i? M.En? IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERLaLS,
NO. I8J BALTTM?RE-STREET.
April 2J Cmoa Baltimore, M
WM. It NA BE & co.,
PIA N O FORTES,
April 10 6n.o
IUII'J Enoi.jons GILI
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMTJHN WU\RF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments ol' ''OT TON, BICE, kc, respect?
fully solicited, auJ liberal advance* mad? thereon.
Orders tor tlcMt.N ?mil BACON p.om^ly executer1
i lita care and utt^ntiuu.
April 27 12mo=*
T> i A .ii o s i PIANOS::
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1808 I1AS JUST BEE>
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF FOR
THU BE T PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE FIIDLVDEL
THIA AND NEW ?ORK
OFFICE AND WAREBOUM. No. 7 N. LIBERT!
STREET, ABOVE B*L LIMOltE-STUELT.
BTIF.1T*S PISN'O ? W? ALL THE LA TEM
irartrovu-nont. lucia lin : t ic Am-.ttfe trei'.e, iv.jrj
trouts, and t!ic Inproved French Action, tully war?
rante 1 lor live year?, wau privito^* of exchao*f
within twelve ru jntim it not entirely satisfactory tc
t-urc I taner. Sccoutl-Uaudcd Fi mos and Parlor Or
(TUM always on Lau? tr^tn S5J to??'JO.
TtEFEUKKS WHO HAVE OTO n A VOS IN USE !
Geit'T.il Bolter! ?I. Lc :, Lexington, Va.
Gcut-ral ltobcrt R-uso a, Wilmiu ;tou, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, Now Orieans, La.
Messrs. B. Burwcll A: Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
lias Strakosch, itali n Opera.
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 Crnoj
paints, (gib, elf.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. 903 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ABE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BB ANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear cur trade mark :
WM. M. D. & CCVS, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ETI WAN.
WM. M. B. & OO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE BRAND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 uta stn th 3moa
Prags, (?fyctniralSj (Ctr.
For aale by E. H. KELLEB8 A CO.,
September 18 No. 131 Mec?ng-stroet.
EVER. AND AGUE.
NO MORE CHILLS I NO MORE FEVER 1
GO A*D GET
THE GREAT SOUTHERN FEVER AND
AOUE Rt MED Y
(Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
O S A D A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
US' For Tes.lniomals of remarkable
cures, see ?RosadiUia Alma mic'- for this
F-EF.FARED ONLY BI
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 2? B ALTIXOSE-STHEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE RT
DOVVIE & MOISE,
No. 1C9 Meeting-si roet, comer Hasel.
July 22 _8mos
?j^ELY UPON OURSELVES,
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CURLS DTSPEI'SIV, INDIGESTION. DUR
Rl.'iEA. FAYER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
Wc have, after long atudy and many experiments,
succeeded in producing what we claim to be the
BEST BITTERS AND MOST PLEASANT REV KR?
AG li in nae, compounded as they arc of the most
valuable ingredients kuown to Pharmacy. As a
IONIC AND APPETIZER it han no equal-rcliab'e
in nil U'LIOTJ-i DKKANGEMENS, resulting from
miasmatic influences so prevalent at thc South, and
chiDgo of diet, climate and watpr. In otlerini; to
the Southern pul Iii our great TONIC AND BEVER?
AGE, we only ask tor it a fair trial, tee! i tu assured
its own merit? will coon ensure Ms bceum'.ug a favor?
ite at thc South. It has all tho ptoasing quantics of
a "Liqueur,'' and though under a email volume, ia
f mr times mere active than othsr prc jaral ion?. It
ls almost indispensable for r constituting Un; blood
in t?malos suffering from debility a:id loss ol' appe?
tite, and for persons exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over-exertion, 'the benefit of these Bitters
aro felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass foll before
Each bottlo has our stamp ind signature over thc
cork. DO WIE A MOI-K, Proprietors
And Wiiolcsale D ucgi-ts.
No. 109 Meeting-street, corner Masel.
AUffUft 5 6ino*
Valuable Real Fetale at Auction.
W. T. LEITCH & li. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale to mo directed by the
Hon. George t-. ?ryan, Judge or the United stares
District fourt for tile Dist ict of South Carolina.
I ?-ill oner for sale at Public Auction on TU Ks DAT,
Ociober ?, 18?8, at the Old Postofflce, toot of Broad
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on thc east side of Meeting-street,
Upper Wards, measuring 80 feet front, by 140 feet
deep. Bounded north on lands now or late of Bar
hoi ; south on Biggs; east on Pattina, and west on
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS, on
on the south side of Wol/e-street, measuring 43 feet
front, by ICO feet deep. Bounded north on Wolfe
street, east on South Carolina Railroad track, and
south and west on lands of J lt. Wharton.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the DWELLING
HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS thereon, situate on
the east side of Meeting-street; measuring 40 feet
front, by 142 feet 6 im-hes deep. Bounded north on
lands late ot' O'conner; soutii on landa Ute o? T. J.
Wharton; east and west on Mee tin it-street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest pivabie tem -annusHy, secured
by bond ot the purchaser and mortgage of the prem?
ises. Purchaser to j., ay for papers und stamps.
Louis MCLATN, Assum?e.
September 9 ws6
printtta' jjjjjggfr Dutfliimst.
WAIKER, EVAN'S & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STBEET8,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
THST A?E AGENTS TOB
The L. JOHNSON Type Fouudry
B. HOE A OO.'J Printing Presses and Material
DEGEN ER 4 WEILER'3 ??Liberty" Pre?
GOBDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. M Al H ERV 80NS' Book and Colored Inks
C. E. JOHNSON'S Bookend News Ink
THE BATH [9. C.) PAPEtt COMPANY,
And oil other kinds of PEI STING MATERIAL at
In buying of us it costa the Printer or Publisher
no more than if ho bought at tho North, and he
leaves rome of his money in his own section of conn*
try, instead of Bending it all there, and that too with?
out cost to himself. AU the projit which can be kept
herc benefits the South.
1? SAMPLE PAPER,
MADE ESPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER TO
SUIT THE REQUIBEMENTS OF THE
BY BARREL, KEG OR GALLON,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YORK,
Put up in neat packages of Un gallons ; jnst a good
quantity for Factors', or Cotton Merchant?' use for
MARKING BRUS0?S AM POIS.
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND No. 100 EAST BAY
Charleston, S. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Bale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 Die lyr
rjpiIE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
WILLCOX & GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THE WEED IMPROVED SHUTTLE MACHINE.
FULLER k BARNUM'S TUCK-CREASEB AND
Second-hand Machines of approved makes in war?
dewing Machine Needles of all kinds, Oil, Tools,
For sale by D. B HASELTON.
General Sewing Machii.e Anent an i Dealer.
No. 307 Klnc-etreet.
N. B.-REPAIRING done as usu d and warranted.
jgg- Country orders promptly filled.
July 22 tbxtu2mos.
t j&fo? the Vu:,.
Sole Ascnis inJStsi?&Stt J&P. COATS,
of Paisley. Scotland.
CLOTHING MANUFACTUBER3 AND PU8
CHASEBS OF SPOOL COTTON for uso on Sewing
Machines, demanding the beat and string eat
J. & P. COATS' Ros. 50, 60 and 70
Expressiv adapted to their wont?.
Julv 7 tu:bs3mo