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THE DAILY NEWS.
JO-LABOES! CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZE D AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN TBE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEE*. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
4 IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES ISIS DAT.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, No. 55 Hasel-street,
.boote, shoes and dry sroods,
A. H. AB ?AHAMS & Sons will sell at 10 o'clock,
at No. 377 King-Btreet, a stock of dry goods,
Binaras.-The German Democratic Club
meet this evening at their hall ia King-street.
The Germania Bund also meets at the corner
of King and Liberty streets. .
PBBSONAI..-Tho Northern papers contain a
statement that ex-Governor Orr, of South
'Carolina, hus determined to take np his resi?
dence io Si. Joseph, Missouri, and to resume
the practico of law in that place.
FIREMAN'S BALL.-The German Fire Com?
pany will continue a good old custom by giving
;a ball on the 1st* proximo, at which soft eyes
will look le vo to eyes which speak again, and
. the twinkling feet of the young and gay will
merrily trip the time ?way.
' TOBACCO THIEVES.-James Edwards and Jake
Richardson, two small colored boys, made a
raid on Messrs. H. Klatte & Co.'s store on Sat?
urday last i,nd abstracted several pings of to?
b?ceo. Th 37 were seen and captured, and w?l.
-account for their misdeeds to-day.
* MASONIC. -The Masonic fraternity are direct
od to a not ce which appears in another col?
umn, in which the craft are invited to attend
a communication: of Friendship Lodge, No. 9,
held this evening, at the Masonic Hall. A lec?
ture w?l be delivered by the Worshipful Mas?
ter. : '
A BAD BI AT_IQ base ball, as in most other
games, one-side must win; bnt it is seldom
that the odis are so great as in a game played
on Satur?iy afternoon betwenn the Vigilant
:and Pawneo Clubs, both jnvenilas. There were
Tune.innings played, and the gimo closed with
the score standing: Vigilants twenty-two; Paw?
nee three. ,_ I
FOB GEORGETOWN.-The steamer Emilie,
Captain Isa aoDavis,is advertised by her agents,
Messrs. Siackelford & Kelly, to leave for
-Gecrgetowi and Waccamaw cm the 29th inst.,
at six o'clock. The Emilie ii] now receiving
. freight, and will leave Commercial wharf at the
hour me o t: oned 'ab o ve.
j THEATRICAL,-Manager Templeton, the inde?
fatigable, who with his dramatic company has
been making the round o' the interior towns
of Georgia, opens a week's season in Colom?
bia to-mono w night, after which, we presume, he
may bo expected in Charleston. The bright eyed
.and versau lo Alice Vane, actress, danseuse and
vocalist, is s till the star of the company.
A GRATZ MIBTAKE.-Sampson Brown (color
?ed), thc victim o' the Calhoun-street cutting
scrape, and whose demise was announced in.
-our last isuue, sends us a communication from
the City B ospital solemnly averring that he is
"not dead yet," and that he has no present in?
tention of shuffling off this mortal cou. There
.is, thereto] e, no immediate need for the ser?
vices of tho Coroner.
A KESU IBEC-no?*.-On Saturday morning
while the Bteam drodge boat was engaged in
. deepening the dock off Adger's North wharf,
the bucket struck a block of granite whi?h was
di awn to tho turf a ce and seemed. The gran?
ite was a square weighing over a ton, and
was sunk about twenty years ago when the
wharves w-sro built. A vessel laden with Btone
to be used in buildicg the wharves lay along?
side, and this block slipped from the tackle
and went to the bottom.
THE Cincos.-G : tea' popular Brazilian Cir?
cus was crowded on Saturday night, and though
tho accommodations were ample, every seat
was filled with a delighted occupant. The per?
formances of this tronpe are more varied and
? infinitely better than those usually seen in these
-travelling shows. Saturday night waa the last
of the season, and the company will take np
the line of march for Wilmington and the big
Northard. There are a number of Charleston
ians connected with the Circus, and we hope
-that they w ll bo as suooessf al as they deserve, j
SIDEWALK31 A LA HABENTCHT.-Captain A. J
:Habenicht has been authorized by the South j
-Carolina. Railroad and the city authorities to lay
an asphalt um sidewalk i a John and Line streets,
-between King and Meeting. The Habeiicht
composition''will also he laid in Calhonn-street,
from R ti Clea ge to Lucas, and on tho BOU th
of Went worth-street, between King and Com
.ing. Ia the two last instances the expense of
the sidewalk will be partly borne by the own?
ers of the houses in front of which the new j
pavement will be kid.
THE WANDO FEBTILIZXSO COMPANY-MORE
IMPROVEMENTS.-On Saturday was completed
the roof tree of a building recently erected by
the Wando Fertilizing Company on Patton's
-wharf, north of their present works. Flags
were raised, and the cccasion honored by sun?
dry libations. The new shed or storehouse
_ will be three-storieB high, with an attic. The
Company have' recently purchased Patton's
wharf, better Ano wu as the old Savannah Pack?
et wharf, and design erecting ew and improv?
ed works OD the grounds. The shed m ques?
tion is yet bat a skeleton, but to judge by the
progress already mado, it will soon be finished.
THE PRINTERS CIRCULAR, for September,
contains tho following: "The printers of
Charleston, S. C., havo opened a co-operative
store for supplying then selves and families
with groceries at cost prices."
The "Circular" has unintentionally been led
into an error in mikiD? the above announce -
mont? borne timo since a meeting of the
printers o'this city was held to consider the
propriety of establishing such a store, and r??
solutions woro adopted appointing: a com mit iee
to report upoa the feasibility of the plan; but
beyond that, from some unknown cause, noth?
ing has been done.
HOTEL ABRTVALS, Sept. 26-Charleston Botel.
"W. H. Creswell, Sumter; S. J. Gillette, Augusta;
J. Hamm J .id, Louisiana; C. F. Fellows and C.
~E. Brooke, Oxford, England; Mrs. Smith, Miss
Smith and Miss Gregor, Florida; Joseph Finne?
gan, Savannah; William McIntosh, Dudley villi,
-Ala.; JTTJ. Turner, Athens, Ga.
September 27. -F. F. Chapeau, D. B. Du?
pont and A. Hochet, city; A. Hull, Now York;
-B. J. Singleton, Nswbcrry. S. C.
Pavilion Hotel.- September 26.-Owen Gold,
Colamba*, Ga.;- J. B. China, Northeast ern
Railroad; Captain Th os. B. Payne, steamer
Charleston; J. E. Cope, South Carolina; Wm.
-Clark, Jacksonville, Fla. ;Wm. Te nple, Flori?
da; G. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla?frR. H. Gordon,
St. Augustine, Fla.; Jno. W. Gaillard, North?
eastern Railroad; Jno. B. Boynton, Edisto; Jas.
L. Gantt, South Carolina.
September 27-J. C. Raysor, J. A. Eartzog,
OraagebuTg; 8. Marco, Darlington; G. T. A?
ord, Florence; Mies E. L, Bark, New York.
OPENING OF IM THEATRICAL SEASON.-The
' Germans who are always up to the times, have
anticipated Templeton. The members of the
Turnverein Society will give the first theat?
rical entertainment of the winter season, this
evening, at their hall in King-street, near
Tradd. These dramatic entertainments are a
peculiar and charming feature of tho German
Clubs, which have a large share of that power
of making themselves and others happy which
is enjoyed by the German people.
THE RETURN OF AN OLD CHABLESTON VES?
SEL.-There arrived at this place from New
York on Saturday last the steamer Charles?
ton, Capt. ThoB. Payne, Jr. This vessel was
constructed by Mr. James Poyas on South Bay,
Borne years previous to 1840, for Capt. John
Bonnell, who used her in govornment service
during the Florida war. She was afterwards
owned for some years by Capt. James Copes
and Messrs. J. & A. Magee, who had ber in the
Georgetown' rice and passenger trade, and was
continued in the same employment as tho pro?
perty of MeBsrs. B. C. & Isaac Davis, and
she belonged to these gentlemen when the
war began. She was captured in trying to run
the blockade, we believe, at Wilmington, (N.
C.,) and after remaining North for several
years she has become the property of Capt.
Thos. Payne, Jr., who will use her for towing
and general transportation purposes. She has
always been extremely fortunate.
.WHAT A WETTTNO-"A LITTLE WATEB
CLEABS us OF THIS DEED."-It did not rain
Saturday night, it poured. The skylights of
the clonds were opened, the plugs loosened,
and the water works put in motion with a for?
ty-ocean power. Tba large canvas of the cir?
cus on the Citadel Green was densely crowded,
and the audience were entranced with the per?
formance, when their joy was suddenly chang?
ed to monming by au unexpected waterfall
which did not improve their head-gear. The
tent offered but a Blight resistance to the solid
torrent, and the d?monstrations that were
j made by the drenched, bedraggled mass,
though not in the bills, were as amusing as
the legitimate performance. One spot remain?
ed-au ark of refuge-the dresBing-room. This
"star" chamber was comparatively dry, and
regardless of ceremony,it was at once tenanted.
The protection thus afforded was, however, but
partial, and until the rain ceased the audieuoe
were miserably uncomfortable. It waa very
fanny, but the sight-seers did not see the
BASE BALL.-The deciding game between
the Eclipse and Carolina Clubs was played on
Saturday, 26th inst., on the Carolina grounds,
Broad and Tradd streets; bat again, owing to
darkness coming too soon upon the players,
the game resulted in a drawn ono, lour innings
only being played.
Wo are compelled here to add that the sam:
was much delayed by the umpire not keeping
the pitchers of either Club to the rules by call?
ing balls upon them, which would have deci?
ded tho game, established the long contested
superiority between the respective Clubs, and
given, we are sore, entire satisfaction to all
parties concerned. .
The Eclipse, winning the toss, sent the Car?
olinas to the bat.
First Inning-Moroso led off for the Caro?
lina, and with a low grounder between the se?
cond and third basse made his first, stole
round to third, and came home on Houston's
ball. McNelty followed Hou-iton, and put a
high fly to Kronan, which he failed to take; he
crept ronud to third, but was stopped on
home base by Meyer. O'Neill, on a low grounder
to left field, secured a home run, the only one
made during the game. Huger was the next
victim, being stopped at first hy Kronan. Mc
Gary, Edgerton, Foll in, Schacte and Moroso
each secured runs. Houston next took the
bat, but was unfortunate on a foul fly, whioh
was neatly taken by Lynch.
Meyer opened for the Eclipse, and, on a fine
ball to centre field, made bis third, and sub?
sequently came home on Nueent's strike.
Starken was stopped at first by Schacte. Sim?
mons followoJ, and put a fine ball to Houston
in left field, which he took caro of in his usual
style. The Eclipse, by soma fine batting, ad?
ded nine more runs to their score before clos?
ing the inning, Hayes, thc ney I, unfortunate,
being stopped on third base by Moroso. The
game at end of first inning standing ll to 8 ia
favor of Eclipse.
Second Inning.-McNelty opening put a fine
ball to Simmons in right field, which be failed
to hold, and came home on a pasaed ball. Mc
Gaty, Edgerton, FoUin and Schacte each
scored; O'Neill and Moroso being victims to
Cronan at first base and Huger struck out-5
runs for Carolina.
Kreet took up the bat and made his first and
run, Kronan fell a victim to McGary at first do.,
Nugent, Meyer and Lynch scored, the other
victim being Bolger, struck out; the inning
closing 14 to 13 in favor of Eclipse.
Third Inning.-The Carolinas retired in this
inning with a cypher. Houston again falling
a victim to Lynch on a foul fly, McNelty put a
red hot ball to Kronan at first, whioh was nice?
ly held, and O'Neill waa retired on afoul bound
The Carolinas endeavored to return tho
compliment on going to the field, but their op?
ponents Eclipsed their expectations by making
one run. Starken scoring that. Simmons being
taken on the fly by O'Neill, Kreet on a fly to
Schacte, and Kronan a victim to McGary at
first base. Inning closing fifteen to thirteen in
favor of Eclipse.
Fourth Inning.-The Carolinas, by some fine
batting in this inning, added eight runs to
their score, the unfortunates being Huger and
McGary struck oat, and Houston agai u on a
foul fly to Lynch.
The fine fielding of the Carolinas in this in?
ning kept their opponents' score down; the
only run mado was by Lynch. Kronan put a
fly to Schacte, which was cared for; Meyer on
a foul bound t? Edgerton, the finest catch of
the game, and Nugent bkewise on a foul bound
to Edgerton. Tue game stood 21 to 16 m favor
of the Carolinas. Tho fifth inning was not
played, the umpire calling the game soon after
ii s commencement, it being too dark. Tho
game was well contested, and the batting and
fielding of both Clubs was very good. The
only regret is that it remains as bofore, unde?
cided. With all due deferonce to tho umpire,
we think it waa delayed by his two great len?
iency in not calling bails on both pitchers and
strikers. Both Clubs were anxious for a ter?
mination of this contest, as the base ball sea?
son waa fast drawing to a close, and the
knights of ibo bat and ball would soon have
more profitable employment to occupy their
Tho score is aa follows :
CAROLINA. | ECLIPSE.
Moroso, 3db.3 1
McNelty. cf.2 2
O'Neill, 21 b.2 2
Huger, s. e.I 3
McGary, let b.3 1
Edgerton, c.3 0
Foll?n, r. f.3 u
Schacte, p.3 o
Meyer, p.3 1
Nugent, s. s.2 2
.-t- rlten, L t..2 1
simmons, r. f.1 2
Hayes. 2d b.1 2
Kroet, c. f.2 1
Kronau, let b.1 2
Lvnch, c.3 0
bolger, 3d b.1 1
Fly Catches.-Carolina- Uoustoa 1, O'Neill 1,
Schacte 2, Edgenoa3. E.lipse-Eronan 2, Lynch 3.
BUXS Di EACH VSUJKO,
1st. 2d. 3d. 4th.
Carolina.8 6 0 8_21
Eclipse.ll 3 i i-ie
Umpire-J. 0. Eipley, Alert Base Ball Club.
Scorers- E. F. Tupper, Carolina; F. Maguire
Ec ipse. i
THE OCTOBER ELECTIONS are exciting a good
deal of attention. The States to vote, upon
which the chief interest centre?*, are Pennsyl?
vania, Ohio and Indiana. In Indiana the Gov?
ernor and other State officers are to be elected,
together with members of Congress. In Penn?
sylvania two State officials, members of Con?
gress and the Legislators. In Ohio members
of Congress and several State officors. No
Governor is to be chosen in Pennsylvania or
Ohio, the elections take place on the 13th of
October, on which day, we believe, Iowa, also
votes. The contest is warm and earnest in
these States, and the result will be looked for
with great interest.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT_The Green?
ville Morntaineer, of Thursday last, says :
This court adjourned late on Saturday last,
after seven weeks of unremitted labor. There
were an immense number of cases of violation
of the Internal Revenue lawB tried, though no
one of them was of sufficient importance to
arrest special attention. The uncertain con?
dition ol' our State Courts has driven every
case into the United States Court which can be
brought within its jurisdiction, and thia has
tended to crowd the docket and, of course, re?
tard business. On the Equity side of the
j court there were some important caaes, pre?
senting many points of great interest to the
profession and involving very considerable
sums of money. Judge Bryan is still in town
and we regret to loam that his strength has
been so much overtasked as to have left him in
quite a feeble condition.
SUCCESSFUL COTTON CULTURE.-The Macon
(Ga ) Telegraph, of the 26th instant, gives the
following notice of a most extraordinary yield
of cotton on a small farm. The wonderful re?
sults thus obtained would indicate that the
farming system is tho true plan to raise cotton:
We were shown yesterday afternoon, at the
warehouse of Woolfoik, Walker & Co., samples
from thirteen bales of cotton, sent in yesterday
by Mrs. C. M. Irwin, of Lee county, which was
the prettiest lot of cotton we have seen thia
season. Mrs. Irwin has a little cotton patch of
only twenty-one acres, and from it she has al?
ready picked these thirteen ba'es, and will get,
probably, six more.
But for the unfavorable season, and the fact
that the caterpillar got into her little patch
about three weeks ago, sho would have raised
at least twenty-five bales on her twenty-one
acres. This is not the first time wc have had
the pleasure of alluding to this lady's superior
agricultural accomplishments. She bas thus
far beat anything in the State, and we claim
the honor, iu political parlance, of pronounc?
ing her the "banner" woman of Georgia.
THE AZTEC CLUB-AN INTERESTING REUNION.
Major-General Robert Patterson, of Pennsyl?
vania, who at one time commanded the Pal?
metto Regiment in Mexico, writ ea from Phila?
delphia, September 23, to a friend in thia city
as follows :
I send you by this mail an "Age" newspa?
per containing reteienco to the dinner of tho
Aztec Club. Will you do me tbe favor to have
it republished, and send in the republication
my good wishes to my irienda in Carolina, and
especially the Palmetto Regiment, who served
uudor mo in Mexico, to se j that the officers of
the old aimy do not proscribe their former
comrades who mav have chanced to take the
other side in the fate unfortunate war.
The article referred to is as follows :
The officei8 of our army when they occupied
the Mexican capital iu 1317-8, formed an asso?
ciation which they called the Aztec Club. It
has, smco tho close of tbe Mexican war, held
an annual meeting, where old comrades in
arms could renew the ties of friendship and
common service. On the 14th instant, the
Club met iu the City ot Now York, and, aftor
the transaction of formal business, adjourned
to Philadelphia, on the invitation of its senior
member, Major General Robert Patterson. At
his houso, the Club wore handsomely enter?
tained, celebrating very agreeably the day,
wbich was the anniversary of the taking of the
City of Mexico. Several of the most distin?
guished officers of the army were
present, and it waa au interesting feature of the
present moeting that it waa attended by nome
of tho members who had cast tbeir lot with
tho "Lost Cauae." They were cordially re?
ceived by their former comrades, and their in?
tercourse, like that of R ??crans with Lee,
shows that the truly bravo are as truly mag?
nanimous. The inveterate hostility which the
Radical politicians affect ie discreditable to
themselves-the more so aa it is. for tho m ist
part, insincere. They arc Bounding their war
trumpet now tbe enemy has laid down bis
arms, while the real fish ting meo of the con?
flict aro consigning all its animosities to obli?
vion. To judge tho Radicals by what they pro?
fesa they are worse than savages: for oven the
Indian "buries the hatchet" when the war is
over, and smokes the pipe of peace with his
former enemy. Yet, while tho Radicals try to
stir up the old wa; feeling, to make political
.capital, wc obsorvj they WE lcomo, with perfect
cordiality, any old Co nie Je .-ate wbo, like Gen.
Longstreet, agrees to electioneer for the Radi?
cal ticket. These signs indicate how factitious
and artificial the alienation ia between the two
sections of our country. It nevor appears as a
reality, and is only assumed for political effect.
Tho members of tho Aztec Club had a very
harmonious reunion, and they seemed to agree
that their entertainment at Gen. Patter ion's
far surpassed what they enjoyed when, in the
phrase of the day, "they revelled in the Halla
of the Montezumas."
CLOTHING FOB THE MILLION.-There is no
reason why a man should wear shabby clothes when
such opportunities are presented as Mosers. Macul
lar, Wilhams k Parker will offer to-morrow morning
to tbs public .They havo marked down tbeir exten?
sivo stock to a mero nominal figure, and are willing
to sell at these prices to close out for tho present. All
who have a few greenbacks and don't Uko bare
backs, should embrace the opportunity to purchase
a warm fashionable winter suit.
A CHOICE CHOIB.-Singers aro always in de?
mand, and a cantatrico of any pretensions is al?
ways received with favor. Mest rs. Wilbur k Son
will to-day sell a choice selection of German Canary
birds, all of them superior singers. Some parr?la
and parroquets and other birds of song and plumage,
will be effored for salo at the same time. There is
nothing more pleasant than the warbling of a bird,
and no home should bo without a cheery voiced
GENIE AL COMMISSIONS.-Mr. T. Grange Si?
mons announces in another column that he has re
fumed business, and will devote his at'ention to the
collection of rents, and will conduct a genoral com?
mission busine s. Mr. Simons ia, by odu<"oiion, a
buainess man, and is well calculated for the branch
be has adopted, which under his management must
prove sue esaful. Persons in want of a careful and
attentive business agont.wlll find his officio at thc
Plan'cr's and Mechanics' Bank.
FOBDHAM'S RESTAURANT.-A notice in another
column announces the rcopouiag of thc well-known
restaurant in Meeting-street, between George and
Calhoun streets, by the Rr J thora Fordham, who aie
among the moat etrady and enterprising of our col?
ored men. They intend adding t'<e daily free luuch
feature to their establishment, and a par acular ano
lunch with champagne anl all die trimmings will be
served up to-day, to which all their friends arc bid len.
MOBEHEAD BITTERS.-These bitters can be
had ac James Mckean, No. 58 Anson-strect, who ii
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 3mns nifw
CHOICE GBEEN AN*/ BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
If you want cheap Dl?o.k Books;
II you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
ic; or Miller'* Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Dooks bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
/Vo. 65 M A RKET-STSEFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be fennd every variety of GREAI
COATS, FROCK AKB DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Bratvers and Socks,
BootB> Shoes, Hats and Cap?, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Valises, fcc. February C
Ijjjtjjjjg oui? jjg^jjM ghwgfcgL
TO-DAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, OUR STORE
will be closed for the p irpose of marking down
our entire Stock of MEN'S AND BOT'3 CLOTH?
ING AND FURNISHING GOODS, whici ye pro?
pose to close ont at retail within the next
Our Stock of Clothing has been manufactured by
ourselves expressly for our retail trade, and every
article sold will be warranted to give satisfaction.
Aa we ar?- obliged to vacate the store on the first
of November, we shall mark the goods at prices that
must ensure an immediate sale.
Our doora will be opened on Tuesday, September
29th at Eight o'clock, A. M., and our friends and
customers are reminded that an early selection fron,
tho stock will sC'U.ro the greatest bargains, as many
ol ?he goods will be marked and sold at less than
ha'f the actual value.
91 AC U LL A II, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 276 KING. CORNER OF H ASEL-S TREET,
CHAELESTON, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH GAROMNA (NEW) BONDS.
Highest market price paid tor same by
L. GAMBilILL, No. 7 Broad-street.
EXCHANGE ON NEW TURK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
September H DAC Imo
QA PIT.\L 910,000,000 IN GOLD.
BISKS AGAINST LOSS OB DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,
DWELLINGS, STURES AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS NADE
IN CURRENCY. OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., A pen ts,
No. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
Juno 4 thm?mos
rjjS GRANGE SIMONS,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
office In Planters' and. Mechanics' Ba nie
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 33 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOUR} FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND 4>? TO
6}i O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will cill at Offices or Piivat* Residences when
desired, if inf. rmed by note or otherwise.
Special attention will bc given to thc collection of
RENTS, BU LS ANO OU CSTANDINO CLAIMS.
September 2 i mw fl mo
TTTYtiBUK & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 50 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner ol claims.
July 13 mwi?ojo
I L L I A M GURNEY,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 102 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
sale and shipment of SEA 1-LANU AUD UPLAND
COTTON. Liberal advances made on Consignments
for salo In thi? Uta-kot, or for shipment.
September 23 3mos
EO. H. HOPPOCK,
' ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
Charlea ton, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. Cmos September 21
J\JORTII, STEELE & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STA TIONER Y, PERFUMER Y, C UTLER Y,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS. EMBROIDERY, kc, fcc,
No. 167 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
? September IS 3mos
yyiLLis a cmsoLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foroign and Domestic Portal ol
COTTON, RICE, LUM UER AND NAVAL STORES,
A ..".ANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WTLLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
IL MAltSIIALL 6i BKOTUEit.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 30 BROAD-STREET.
REAL "ESTATE, STOCKS, ?fcc, BOUGHT ANT
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?5-Auction or HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, ever}
W?lnmlay. _October If
TOOGAN <?? SiCABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET. .
ROSWELL T. LOG AN... E. BAYN ARD SEABROOK
September 1 _
QJ^ II . SASS,
A TT ORNE Y AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
?5- Office No. 13 BROAD->>TBRET, over the Peo?
ples, National DanlL May t
T II K II li II ' S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between Kinp and Meeting streets.
MT. HEUER lg a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business, anti is prepared to
serve his friends and thc public generally m the seve?
ral brunches of his ort, viz:
WHITE LE JJDAI^^
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PUKE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pare Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare American White Zinc.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BT
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
August 2U 2cao*
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 galions 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
IO 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 ANO EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo* No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
/oreign un?) Domestic paper, Stationen), &r.
No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FORM AND DOMESTIC PIPER IND STATiOK?f,
PENS, INKS, PENCILS, COPYING PRESSES, &<,.
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE.
AND ALL KINDS OF
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE
WHERE THEY ARE PREPARED TO DO EYE RT DESCRIP?
TION OF BOOK, JOB AND FANCY PRINTING, and to manufac?
ture to order BLANK BOOKS, Ruled, Prinled or Bound to any pat?
beptember 10 *
Brajs, Cdtmif?la, Of.
KAISERLICHE BLUT REIN I.
For sale by E. H. KELLERS t CO.,
September 18 No. 131 Meeting-street.
EVER AND AGUE.
NO MORE CHILLS ! NO MORE FEVER !
G'J A?D ORT
THE GREAT SOUTHERN FEVER AND
(Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLER? & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 18 _
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by (he M?dical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
?3* For Tes imo niais of remarkable
cares, sec "Kosadalij Almanac" for this
VBEPAEED ONLY BY
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 214 JJ ALTLMOBE-STBEXT, BALTIMOBE, MD.
FOR SALE BY
DOVVIE & MOISE,
No, 1C9 Meeting-street, comer H?sel.
July 23 Gino*
ENCOURAGE HOME FI10D?CT ONS
CDRt'S DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION'. DIAR
RIIOA. FiVElt A^JD AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
We have, after long study and many exp?rimenta,
sui'cceded in producing what we claim to bc tbo
BEST UITTEHS AND MUST PLEASANT BEVER?
AGE in use, compounded as tbey are of thc most
valuable ingredients known to Pharmacy. As a
IONIC AND APPETIZER it ha* no equal-reliab'e
in all BILIOUS DI-RANGEMENS, resulting from
miasmatic influence?, so prevalent at thc South, and
chango of diet, climate and water. In oiferinc! to
the Southern public our gnat TONIC AND BEVER?
AGE, we only ask lor it a fair trial, feeling assured
it= own merits will hoon ensure its becoming a favor?
ite at the South. It has all thc pleasing qualities of
a "Liqueur,*' and though under a small volume, is
f mr times nierc active tuan other preparations. It
is a!mont indispensable for r constituting thc blood
'ii females suH'irinc from debility aud loss of appe?
tite, and for porsons exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over exertion. The benefit of these Bitters
are felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass full bet' ?re
Bach bottle has our stamp md signature over the
cork. DON IE k MOI-K, Proprietors
And Wuoloiale Druggies,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Uasei.
August 5 Gmo*
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Evcryivtierc.
C July 23 nae lyr
THE GK RE IV VILLE hNTERPRISE,
G. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. BATLEY, Pro?
prietor and Associate, bas a good circulation In both
town and country, and is read in the Counties of
Plckens, Anderson, Oconee, Sparenburg, ano Lau?
rens. Its popularly continues to increase, and will
well repay the Charleston merchants to advertise in
its columns. Terms aa usual Address aa per above.
Ladies', Meris, Misses' Boots and Shoes, As
sorted Dry Goods, Cloths, and Meris Fur
nishing Goods, ??c., cfc,
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will etil THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at their Casb Auc?
tion Hons?, No. 65 Hascl-strc-t, opposite Pcs to f
Cases and cartoons Ladies'. Men's and Misses'
GAITERS, Balmorals, Bregan?, Blacking, tc, kc.
Prints, 4 4 Browns, Apron Cberks, Blue Plaids,
Merinos, Madras L. C. snd Pocket Hdkfs., Shirt
Fronts, Dndeishirts, Drawers, Cloths, Satinets, Ho?
Conditions cash. September 28
Assorted0 Stock of Dry Goods, Millinery,
Fancy Gooii, ?rc., at Auction.
BY A. H. ABBAHAMS & SON'S,
THIS DAY, 28th inst, at 10 o'clock; we wifl sell,
at No. 377 King-street, fiW do irs afove George,
The entire stock of DBTGOUDS, Millinery, Fancy
Geode, Show Cates (12 feet long, silver mounted),
Platform scale (weighs 100 tba., in good order); also,
FD BN ITERE, as the parties intend leaving the
State._thm2 September 28
Contents of a Grocery Store, on account of
Underwriters and whom it may Concern.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.,
Will sell, at G. Byrnes' Grocery Store, northeast cor?
ner of State and Queen streets, on TO-MORROW,
29th inst., at ll o'clock.
The STOCK OF GROCERIES, damaged by fire.
CONSISTING or: *
8TJGAB, lea, Coffee
Liquors, Preserves, 4c.
September 28_ _
SHERIFF'S S AL li.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
and delivered, will bc sold on MONDAY, the 5th
day of October next, at the northeast corner of the
Courthouse, between the hours of ll A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M.,
All tho right, title and interest of the defendant tn
all that LOX OF ti ' ND, with a twos tory urick Build?
ing and other Improvements thereon, situate on the
north side ol Hudson-street, and known as No. 6. -
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Mis.
C. L. Miller, at the snit of Wm. Denaux.
At the same time and place,
AU the right, title and interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story.Wooden
Building and other improvements thereon, situate on
the north bide of Green-street, and known as No. 12.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of B. M.
Welch at the suit of James M. Motley.
At the same time and place,
AH the right, title and Interest or the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND, with a three-story Wooden
Building and other improvements tuereon, situate
on the south side of George-street, between King
and Meeting, and known as No. 23.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of J. J.
Monaghan at the suit of Colbura 4 Ho-vell.
At the same time and _p!ac.\
AU the rieht, title and interest of the defendant in
aU that LOT OF LAND si.nate on the northeast cTr?
uer of Meeting and Queen streets.
Levied on and: to be sold as the property of Henry
Campbell at the suit of W. P. BusseU.
At the same tims and place,
AU the right Ut e and interest of the defendant in
all that LO r OF LAND, with a three story brick
balldingand other Improvements thereon,.sitaste
on the northeast corner of Huds m and King streets.
Levied on and to be sold as tn,> property of Catha?
rine Oppenheim, at tbe eui. of Albert Bischoff.
At the same time and place,
AU tho right title and interest of the defendant, in
aU that LOT OF LAND, wTtti a two story wooden
buildine and other improvements thereon, situate
on the northeast corner of King and Ann streets.
Levied on and to be SD.cl as the property'of Catha?
rine Oppenheim, at the suit ol Albert Bischoff.
At the samo time and place,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant ia
aU th it LOT OF LAND, with the thre? story Wooden
Building and other improvements thereoa, sitaste
on the west side of Rutledge Avenue, and known aa
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Wm.
M. Sase, at the snit of John C. Ludwig.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
September 14 ai? s. C. C.
printer*' HDfyolesak l???rcfjoiise.
WALSER, EVANS ? COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
" CHARLESTON, S. 0.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
Tnrr AIE AQEXTJ TOR
The L. JOHNSON Type Foundry
R. HOE & CO.'A Printing Presses and Material
DEGENER k WEILER'o "Liberty" Press
GORDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. MATHERS' SONS' Bookend Colored Inks
C. E. JOHNiON'S Book and News Ink
THE BATH (S. C.) PAPEd COMPANY,
And all other kinds of PRINTING MATERIAL at
In buying of us it costs the Priuter or Publisher
no moro than if he bought at the North, and he
leaves rome of his money io his owa section of coun?
try, instead of sending it all there, and that too with?
out cost to himself. AU the profit which can be kept
here benefit* the South.
'mm SIMPLE PIPER,
MADE ESPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER TO
SUIT THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE
BY BARREL, KEG OR GALLOS,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YORK,
Fut up io neat packages of ten gallons ; just a good
quantity for Factors', or Cotton Merchants' use for
MW BRUSHES A\D FOTS.
For sale by
WALKE?, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND No. 109 EAST BAY
Charleston, S. C.
M PO U TE RS OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. fi. OORWTN 4 CO.
???Goods delivered to oil paris ol tbe Tty.
July 15 wfm Gmo