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Meetings Thia Day.
Belief Loan Association at quarter peat 8
JEtna Pire Company at-half-peat 8 P. M.
Tin MAHXSKB'B OHTTECH. -There wili be ser
Tices in the Mano er's Church, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half-past ten o'oloek in
the moating'. . _
. DB?Q LABELS.-We desire to call the atten?
tion of druggist s in the city and throughout
tfee State to the peculiar facilities of IBM News
-Joh Office for printing all kinda of drug labels,
prescription bianka, Ac., at the shortest no?
tice, and in a? style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Our stock of outs, bordees and
rand?Frype is sensually large and ohoiee. Call
and examine specimens of work.
GOOD NlWS FOB THE TE ACH teas.-The jere?
miad Dubhsbed in THE NEWS a fa? days since
Lr/an "Oid Charles toman," who bewailed the
w sad condition of the teachers of the public
schools, has brought forth good fruit. The
hearts of the powers that be were moved with
compassion, and tho commissioners hare been
able to furnish the glad ti dinga, that tbe money
had arrived and payment would bs made to?
BOCKED OK TBS Boson or THE DEEP.-A sail?
ing party, which left the city on Thursday in
high glee, anticipating a delighifni time, bad ?
their bopea omened in the bod by the un pleas?
ant conduct of the wind, which decoyed them
a far distance and then died away. The party
soon realised that "joy's a flower that's born to
be blighted,'' and though the ladies did not
seem to care, the gentleman were more than
thankfal when the haven was gained. The
boat waa large, tbe diet ance sereu miles and
only two' oars? The feelings of the amateur
oarsmen may be easily imagined. -
HOTEL ABBTVALS. AUGUST Charitston
Bote1.. I. C. Barronghs. City; H. C. Mulde a,
Mobi'e; Thosaas F. Greaoan, Baltimore; H. P.
Everson, New ' York; B. H. Woolsey, K af.
Bo benson, Selma, Ala. J, Miss,. Nellie Harris,]
Georgia; Geo. r. Jackson, J. TL Ban dall, An?
gosta; Dr. H. B. Clark, Beach Island; J. J.
Flanagan, H. K. Brown, New York.
Ato?ion'HoUi.^e. If. TO&ma, Sutrrfe*,- M.
C. Tharin, Booth Carolina BaHroad; A. 9.
Gibbes; City; L. Brothels, Reeveeville; W. Q,
Myers, Newberry; J. P. (Hyle, Floreaos; E> H.
Speights. South Carolina; J. W. Thompson, sf.
O. Hall, So a th Carolina Bailroad ; T. & Howitt
god T. Ellis, Northeastern Railroad,
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\ BaOAD-flTTtEET BoitAiCE.-A Degfo WO
man. fresh (rom the rural parts, hired herself
to one o?her own color for twenty-five cents a
week, but, a* be end of three weeks, demand?
ed $3 to enable ber to go" to her son. Thia de
maud not being acceded to, she gent to a for?
tune-toller; who advised her to seek Mr. Pilla
bury, not tbs Mayor. The woman found ber
way to Bro ad-s tr eut, and encountering one of
the denizen* of that locality, was informed
that be was the man/ After various consulta?
tions with the fortune-teller, the representan ve
of Mr. PiUabury gare hex au order on her em?
ployer fot twenty-fire cents a week. When
last seen abe had procured a bea-t cut out of
tin foil and had pinned j??ei*|h the order on
her breast. This, the "fortune-teller informed
her, was her passport, andshe WJS in earnest
search for the big thing that makes smoke to
take her to her soo, v History bas not stated if
her quest waa successful.\
ALL ABOUT THE DBIIXIKO.-Lieutenant W. N.
Taft emphUtc?Hi? contradicts the report that
he had been in the pram we of drilling negroes
with Abe Winchester rifles of'the police. He
says that Thursday morning was the4irat time
be had drilled a squad since 1883, and he was
then cady drilling me police force. Ho claims
to be a conservator-of the peace, and thinks
the aobon attr buted to him to be detrimental
to the publie weil. It is well known that a
band of negroes regularly assemble at the weit
end of Broad-street, and are a nuisance to the
residents of tuat vicinity by their incessant
-drilling. Thia is-expressly prohibited by eec
lion li of tho militia law, pass od ai tho late ses?
sion of the Legislature, and the attention of
the police is directed to both the law an J its
violation. . .
A CHANCE ron THE CHINESE.- Mr. Joseph,
of San Francisco, whose arrival m his native
-city wa? noticed by THE NEWS some days BIO oe,
has juntTOturned from ??rip to Georgia where
be had gone to make contracts to furnish Chi?
nese labor. Mr. Joseph's plan' ia to furnish
the Chinese ?riebest any expense to the planter
or contractor, the latter simply pledging them?
selves to keep Rood faith with their employees.
Since tbe notice of bis arrival in TBS News,
he has received letters from every section of
the State, and the planters appear to be aur?
ions to make arran tremen is to secure Chinese
labor before the planting seas m commences.
Mr. Joseph brings letters from the first men
of Califaruia, and is prepared to fulfil any ea
g igt menta he may make. He will remain in
this city for some time, and all persona who
wi h to secure reliable labor should embrace
VISIT OF THE SAVANNAH: CLUB.
Correspondence Between the Mayor and
she President of the ? arolina Club
The Police to he on hand with taelr
Winchester Bl tie?-Fro? ramme for ?he
Entertainment of the Questa-Mayor's
The visit of the Savannah Base Ball Club ia
"looked for with great Interest Dy all classes of
our citizens, and the reception they will meet
with will be most cordial, and their entertain?
ment during the visit will be of the most hos?
pitable eboracter-such as will cause them to
tsrry back with them only pleasant recollec?
C0BBE3P0XDENCE BETWEEN THE MAYOR AND
The following letter from Mayor Pillsbury
was received by President McCabe at a late
hour OD Thursday evening:
' Cm HALL, MAYOR'S OFFICE. J
CHARLESTON. 8. C.. August 10 1869 f
B. F. McCabe, Esq.. President Carolina B ise
Bah Club, Charleston S. C. :
SIB-From infoimation gathered from the
public press, and from other statements laid
directly before me, I am led to inf r that it is
the intention of the club of which you are
president to receive the Savannah Base Bail
Club with an armed escort or procession OD
their contemplated arrival ID this city oext
I respectfully request that you will at once
inform me whether my inform?t icu is correct,
and whether yon intend to meet the savannah
Club as above intimated. Respectfully.
(1. PILLSBURY M a vor.
Ou account of the lateness of the boar no
answer to this letter was srivea on Thursday,
and on yesterday morning the following letter
was handed to President McCabe by Alderman
T. J. Mackey:
CITY1 HALL. MAYOR'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, P. C., August 13 1869. f
B. F. McCabe, Esg., President Carolina Base
BaU aub: ->
SIB-I respectfully request aa answer to my
letter addressed to you OD the 1 Jtb ios ant. in?
quiring whether it was the intention of your
dub to meet the Savannah Club with an armed
escort or procession on its arrival io our city
OD next Saturday.
I would ilk* to receive this answer before 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Respectfully, G. PIXLBBUBY, Mayor.
To thia letter President McCabe made the
following reply :
CHARLESTON, S. C.. August IS.
Eon. G. Pillsbury. Mayor of Charleston :
Sm-Tours of tue 10th instant, reoeived last
evening, and in answer would gay that I am
not aware of the existence of any ?talement in
the pabHo prate which would lead
yon to inter that lt is the intention
of the club of which I am presi?
dent, to receive the SaTADuah Base Ball Club
with an armed escott or procession on their
contemplated arrival in this oity oext Satur?
day, nor can I conceive from what other source
statements could be laid before ? ou as to such
intention. The Carolina Base Ball CInb is not
responsible either (or statements io the public
prints or ooming from private individuals. As
their president, I eui not aware of any inten?
tion on their part to do that which would en?
danger the peace of th? city, or make any de?
monstration auch as yonr information 'eada
yo a to infer. Respectfully. -
(Signed) B. F. MCCABE,
Presiden' 0. ii. B. C.
nrrxBVTJiw WITH THE KATOA.
Immediately after the delivery of the fore?
going reply, Presiden t McCabe had an inter?
view with the Mayor, at which Alderman T. J.
Mackey, tba Chief of Police and Lien tenant
Taft were present.
Mayor Pillsbury said that he was perfectly
satisfied with President McCabe's letter, and
would do all that he could to make the visit of
the Savannah Club pass off pleasantly. Ia
comphanoe with a request made by President
McCabe, the Mayor then ordered Captain
Hendricks, chief of police, to close all tba
street? in the immediate neighborhood of the
playground, except Tradd-utreet. Thia was
done in order that the grjand might bo staked
Alderman T. J. Mackey then suggested that
be police on duty at the ground be armed with
iheir Winchestei rifles. The Mayor anked
President McCabe whether he thought th?
tould be advisable. President McCabe said
bat as president of the Carolina Base Ball
Club he could not give any opinion on tbe sub?
ject, but, as a citizen, be would say that the
inning of the police would hare a good moral
?ffect, and tend to prevent trouble. The Mayor
then said that the squad of police on duty
ihould be armed and- be nader the orders of
President McCabe, or of the committee of ar
raogementa, as be might prefer. They will be
itationed along the ropes, and no one will be
di J wed inside the ropes without the parmi 8
rion of the committee of arrangemeats. The
Mayor made it understood in the coarse of the
interview that he was determined to preserve
the peace if it could be done, and if there was
thy riot it . o old be crashed oat at once.
AAEANQQtXNTS FOB THE VISIT.
The Savanna ti boya are expected at 1 o'clock
this evening, and will be met at the wharf by
the Carolinas, and escorted to tbe Gaarleston
Rote], where they will remain daring their
stay. The match game will take place on
Monday afternoon at the grounds, on tb? west
end o/ Broad-atreefc. lbw* bare been level?
led, tod will receive a coating of ola/ morn" |
ing, after which all inequalities will be re?
moved by a two-horse roller. Stakes have been
driven at equal distances, sod a space six
hundred feet long by four hundred wide
?Dolosed. This will be devoted to the players,
and spectators will keep at a respectful dis?
lance. A collation or sapper will await the
halbste on their retarn from the grouod. Is
is proposed to make aa excursion to Mount
Pleasant on Tuesday, where the day will be
?pent in outdoor enjoyment, closiog with a
tame ot base ball. The Die i ato r will return
to Savannah on Tuesday night, and the 8a
rannah boya will then bid farewell to the Pal?
The following are the "nine" selected by the
Carolina to play the match game : E. F. Schacte
D. Y. Toohey. W. Heslin. F. w. Meyer, 8. Mo
Nelty. B. Touney, E. Maguire, J. P. Boyce, J. 0.
The following committees were appointed:
Committee qf Arranqement3 -J. P. Brown,
Jr., F. L. O'neill, J. A. uoroeo, J.J. O'Neill A.
W. Wardell, T. B. Thomas, J. M. Baker, 8. W.
Committee of Reception.-?. W. Meyer, E. G.
Cbupein, W. Heslin W. Swirt.
BASE BALL GOSSIP.
There isa general feeling among the citt
sens that the Savannah boys ate the especial
guests of the city, and should be most hoe
jirably treated. Tbeir hosts, the Carolina
31ab, re prepared to carry into effect any pian
hat may be prepared for their amusement.
The time of their stay has been so divided out
bat there will be no fear of ennui, it is pre
lamed that as the uiemb rs of base b ill clubs
ire invariably devout, that Sunday will be pro
>able spent visiting the difieren t cherch?e.
Ko apprehensions exist tba*- any disturbance
rill occur, as every precaution has been taken
o prevent any riotous d?monstration, and such
in untoward ead to the -estivities ot the game
s neither feared nor expected.
XAYOB S PROCLAMATION.
We leam that the Mayor has written a proc
amatiou, whtoa will be published OD Monday,
itati g that the two streets crossing the
rroaod devoted to the game will be closed to
rebl?les, and requesting the citizens not to in
rude withio tne prescribed limits, and by all
neans to preserve order and extend every coar
esy to the visitiag club.
Tm NEWS IN THE CODNTBY.-Readers of
CHE NEWS go ng to the country can receive
heir favorite paper by mail, daily, at seventy
ive cents a month, by addressing a Dote, with
heir subscription, to our publication office.
THE PORT ROT AL RAILROAJ>- THE
[BY OlTB SPECIAL BXrOBTKB.1
BEAUFOBT, 8. 0. August 13, 1869.-For
the last two dava the quiet little Town
of Beaufort has been in quite a state of ex?
citement, occasioned by the presence of a
large number of "railroad men," and stocks
and bonds have been the only things talked
about, aud ''Amt it pleasant riding on a rail,"
the only tune vhistled or sung.
On Wednesday morning the first meeting
was held in the African methodist Church
8. C. Millett, Esq., (president ot the Port Boy?
al Railroad Company, ) presid? og; W. C.Bel
To give a report of the discussions had
(sometimes stoiiny,) of tho resolutions pro?
posed, adopted and not adopted, the feasible
and unfeasible plans brought forward, and
either summarily voted down or entertained,
would not only be toi heavy a tax apon the
patience of the readers of THE NEWS, bot would
also be too lengthy for even its ample columns;
so we will only give the result of tho several
meotioga held on Wednesday and Thursday,
the last one concluding late Thursday night.
Among the directors present were Messes.
Willingham, Polli'zer, Cook, Elliott, Lavton,
Peep.'ei and Steuart. Four thousand shares of
stock wore represented.
It was decided that the terminus of thc road
should be upon ibo nor: h tide of Broad Bi vor
and within ?ve mile i of Beaufort-the particu?
lar locality to be determined by tbe Locating
Engineers; and that the contract for complet?
ing the road should ba given to Mr. J. P.
Flannigan, of New York, who for the sum of
four ni i ll iou seven hundred thousand dollars
($4,700,000 ) to be paid in stocks and bonds of
the road, pledges himself to complete it by
It is the general impression that the ter?
minus of the road wiil be at Smith's planta?
tion on Beaufott R ver. four aud a half miles
below Beaufort, where there is twenty feet
water at the bank at medium tide.
A town of twenty-five buadred inhabitants, is
a very quiet place at present, and presents
none of tba? liveliness, wealth and g?yoty for
which it was noted, and deservedly so, before
the war. There is eighteen feet water at the
wharves at. medium tide, and the inhabitants
thought this fact m itself a sufficient reaeon
for having the terminas of the Port Boyal Bail
road here, bat it has been determined that it
shall be only a way station. Yet the inhabi?
tants are not at all despondent, and anticipate
good results from the completion of tho road,
as many enterprises, which are now in embryo,
will be born in the town simultaneously with
CHOPS AND LAZY NE OBOES.
On the plantations around Beaufort, and on
the sea islands between Charleston and that
place, we learn from the planters that the crops
are good, with plenty of caterpillars, which,
however, are not doing very much harm.
The universal complaint is that the negroes
won't work; that good wages will not tempt
them to do it, and there is more injury to be
feared to the crops from lack of bands to at?
tend to them than from any other cause. The
negroes employ two d tva of the week in fishing,
and catch enough shrimps and fish to get pro
Visions to last them the remaining days
of tbe week, daring which they sleep.
One day last week a negro woman heavy
with child, walked five miles from Beaufort
to a phut er and asked him to give her work.
As it was l:te in the day he refused, but on her
stating that she wanted to earn ten cents to
buy biscuits with, be cora mted, and the woman
worked juat long enough to earn ten cents,
quit, walked back to town, bought the biscuits
and was happy. This is only an illustration of
tbe general conduct of tho negroes in tho
vicinity of Beaufort-only working long enough
to earn money sufficient to purchase flour to
eat with the fish they catch, in doing whioh no
effort is required.
A WEEK OF PBIYEB.-The coming week hos
been aet apart by the M. E. Church, South, aa
a season for special prayer, when protracted
meetings will be held. O u Friday next a union
meeting of the Methodist congregations in thia
city will be held at the Spring-street Church.
TWO OB3TEEPEBOCS CHARLESTON D AK KIES
in SAVANNAH.-The 8mnnah NJ wa of Thurs?
day says : ''Upon affidavit made before Justice
Wade, Thomas Edwarda and David Scott, two
negroes who hail from Charleston, were yes?
terday arrested upon the charge of committing
an aggravated assau t and battery upon a ne?
gro resident in Savannah. They wore arrested
and brought before the magistrate, where they
manifested the utmost c in tempt for tho court.
They d-d the laws of Georgia-swore that
they were Charleston niggers and believed in
Charleston laws. They positively refused to
enter into bonds, and became so demonstra?
tive that Offloer Butler invited them to try ou
a "pair of bracelets," purchased for their es?
pecial benefit trorg Palmer & Doppisb, After
.oma trou?ia they w?i? u?dtlc?fled ??- ?!CCr!"
ed to jail, where they aa!d they vroald remain
a year if neceaaary. They were arr es while
attempting to lo ive the oity oo the I^'ot
CBUMBS.- A large bole in the sidewalk oil
the aouth side of Broad-street, near Orange,
is a great nuisanoe on a dark night, and de?
serves the attention of the Inspector.
A lost dog that was advertised tu Thursdays
NEWS, waa taken to the owner before seven
o'clock the aame morning. Vernum ?ap.
A charge was entered on the Guardhouse
booka yestsrday against Geo. W. Clark. Collec?
tor, for bitching his horse to a lamp-post.
This ia rather hard on the ex-Mavor.
Three old offenders were up before the Mayor
yesterday on a general charge of vagrancy and
idleness, and were sent to the House of Cor?
rection for thirtv days.
General complaint is made of tbe conduct of
certain habitues ot Aiken square, who render
night hideous and are a nuisance to all in the
Cato Find thou ; ht that his tide bad roached
a fl >od wlieu bo becured a suit of clothes and
$150 the property of Richard Jickson. Om
cor Quiun convinced him of his error, and ho
was locked up subject to a warrant from Ma?
Peter Bro AU alias Higbsrass, an old offend?
er, levau ted with $30 and other property b>
longing to John Langley, on Vonduo Bange.
Higbgra88 was nabbed and locked up in the
Ibis is the last day of grace for owners of
lots on Sullivan's Island. Intendant Toohey
will be at the office of T. B. Ki og. No. 51 Broad
street, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. to receive the
To LAWYERS.-Denny & Perry advertise this
morning, volume 7, Wallace's (J. S. Supreme
Court Reports just out.
LUNCH AT OCB BOUSE TO-DAZ-Okra soup,
boiled fish, boiled barn, shrimp p'e and other
delicacies served up in Torck's well known
LIGHT READING FOB THE WASH WEA TH BB.
Oar friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Sighter, tbe very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer in books
and periodical* of all kinda. His list ?ill be
found to include something to suit every taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how he can afford
to send his books by mail over the country,
post-paid, at the ridiculously low prices named.
THE COMBINATION of a oentral location for
bus ineas with a quiet and retired home, is af?
forded by the addition of forty snitea of
rooms to the american Bouse, Boston. Tra?
vellers will find'this hotel one of the best in
THE CAROLINA FKBTTUZEB, au advertisement
of which appears in another column, is so well
known and appreciated that it ii unnecessary
to add a word of praite. Messrs. George W.
Williams A Co. will furnish this excellent fer?
tilizer at $65 per ton.
Siprts and ?nmisijing ?AO?S.
No. 919 KI.VG-1TRKET,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIES. SCARF?, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS, COLLARS, GLOVES
HO-1 ERY AND UNDERWEAR.
FINK SHIRTS TO OHDEH,
BT Y O TJ K SHIRTS AT
THE GREAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CRAVATS
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
Ac, Ac., Ac.
SHIRTS ready-made and made to order. Direc?
tion? for meai ure ment aent by mail.
Gentlemen's Furnishing store,
MeeWng-atreet, opposite the Mirket
PBRSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care aid taite can have their orders
promptly fined by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions ahould in each case be
given aa to the style of coloring preferred.
Julr 23 3mos*
m K K n s
S TO OX AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, oun get their orders
ailed promptly and In the neatest atria, at cheap
rates, br appl/lu? at TH H NHWS JOB OFFIOB, No.
149 East Bay.
rjWOMAS J, RAYNER ? CO.,
FINE OI Q 4 ft St
Particular attention fe special itostai for Grocers
j and Jobbers.
Noe. 20 LIBERTY-STREET Aim 51 MAIDEN LANE
kW 8amples Bent to i esponsible houses.
July 27 tutfc?3mo
CREV?H ?S NISBET,
PRODUCE BROKERS AND COMMISSION
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OF
COTTON, BICE, Ac.
Will mark, elis? and ?hip the tame.
Ihey reanectfollv solicit the patronage of their
friends and the merchants generally.
Office No. 3 Accommodation Wharf,
With entrance on Vendue Bsage,
CHARLESTON, 8 . e.
JAKES XN0X.tOBlt GILL
j? Nox & a i I? ii,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 185 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENT 3 Of COTTON, RIOK, fte., BE
>PECTFCLLY solicited. and liberal advances made
tuereon. Orders for CORN and B\C0N promptly
executed wi tb care sud attention. Smoa Mav 1
ILL1S Oi fllisui^ti.
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
St ILL, ATTENOTO THE PU KC a AHB, SALI ANL
SULP ME NT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) a:
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL hTOREfe
ATLANTIC WB A RF, Charleston, a. 0.
t?. WILLIS.A. B. OHISOLM
J_?OAfJlK? ?St fllACBtfiTH,
No. 36 Brond-itrttt,
Charleston, b. C.,
BBOKEB8. AUCTTONVBRH, RBALESTATE
QK.vKRAL CUnmtSlOa AGENTS
Will atttend to Renting and Collecting ?t Rents
snd purchase and sals st block?, Bonds, Gold.
Silver snd Real Estate.
To the Purchase ot Goods and supplies for partie
tn the country upon reason ible Lenna.
GEOBOB L. uoufxa.AUXAABXS MACBETH.
THE ?CAMOlJfl ?. FfcRTIUZEK" 18 MADE CIMIN THE PHOSPHATES OF
south Carolina, and is rronoouo-.i bv various chemists noe of the tv pt Mnnu'e? known, only inferior
to Peruvian Guano in its Ff RT 1LIZING PROPER ES. These PHOSPHATE? are the remains of extinct
la'd nnd animal?, and po'spss qualities of th- greate-t valu- to 'he agrirulturist.
We annex the analysis of Professor 8?EP BD:
"LABOBATOBY CF THB MEDICAL COLLEOE OF SOUTH CABOLTKA.
Analylsnf a ?mple of CAB^LINA FER IL1ZER, personall. ?elected:
Moisture exoelled at 212 deg V.18.70
Organic Matter with some water of combination rxpeheJ st a low rrd beat.10.cu
Fixed Ingredle >ts..66 80
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble. 6 OG.Equivalent to ll 27 Komb'? Phosphate of Lime.
Insoluble. 6.17.Equivalen : to 13.43 Insoluble (bone).
13.13 v4.75 Phosphate of Lime.
Sulrhurlc Acid.ll 01.Equivalent to 23 66 sulphate cf Lune.
Sulphate of Potash. 80
Kukate of .-oda. 3.50 .
On the M trena tb of these result-, I am glad to certify to the superiority of the CABOLIMA FKBTI
LIZEB, examined. 0. C. 8HEPABD, Ja."
MSf We will furnish this excellent FERTILIZES to Planters and others at $o? per ton of 2000 lbs.
GEO. W. WILLI.A.^S &C CO.,
goDsc-furnisr)ing <?a0iisf <?tr.
T? . J? . DUO,
PLAIN AND STAMPED TIN-WARE,
AND WHOLESALE DEALEB IM
JAPANNED-WABE, H0FSE-FURNI8HING MODS, &c,
Nos. li HAT.VE-STHKET AND 580 Kf > G-STHEET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ROOFING AMD GUTTERING DOME. tuths2raos August2
B8017ZX, TOZ OILT,
Ttlmjuirt KO Clfnin?,
.m mt r ATI KT
WIUCH MA* KO lr>U?B.
The Original isl only
Matti rixtar? Badi.
It can be applied to
any Stair Hod, either
(Hound or Flat, and
"revente Ita clipping
from its place.
Ask for the
Pitaat Drop IWuw,
MILD BT AU.
AND BUY NO OTHER.
BRASS AITS zwo
For ITotela, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
W. T, & J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., N.Y
August 13 * 3m OB
J> E F I V E D FAMILY LABI),
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
C IR C ? S N ATI.
aw Ask yon rt; roc er for our Brand of
Ii ard In these Packages.
Packed in 3 lo, IS lt, 10 lb Caddies: CO lt ( ana for
shipment. Cheapest modo for reliiez Lard, i end
for Frire List.
Sold by Grocers in Charleston.
Mav W nie atathltnio
T HE M ARION C R B 3 G E N 1,
MARION, ?J. C.
PUBLISH I'D WEEKLY 2Y
s.s. MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
THE ORKSCENT, BtINO THE PI7RCHASER
sud successor cl >ho old diRtrtci paper, u th? oldest
journal in the eas ern part ot tue Mate.
the Crescent ia tai elicia! a viser of Marion
The Creecentbns a larne ail growing circulation
among tue be t people of tue Peedee Coontrv
the Crescent is the oest advertising medium in
th ? SeCUOD.
Alwuvs aodtts? CRESCENT,
August tu Imo Marino, -. C.
SOUTHERN BEAL Eal ATE ADVERTISER,
A9 an advertlu'ng medina), offers tact Hies tn Mer
rhi.iti. Int rfist., Ma Ri.nstH, ac, Ot extending
ttielr tmainers. uojurpaised by any Southern
Its circulation ls tan ..eeo-n'o? central. Real
Estate afrenta, und parties int re-ted In the purchase
or a ile of i eal esiste wil Qod lt to their advantage
io consul-ita col mos and advertise therein a? we
uro effec inff arrana menr- bywhicti our pat er will
nrctuate largr.y amoug Norih>-m ca i tai is ta.
Iui'ormahou tending to thc development of our
mineral, manufacturing and i irric ul tu ral resource- -
inscriptive ot climaie. soil. & - -solicited and thank?
fully lecetved trorii any section.
Terms cash. S3 a year; a copy pratts to anyone
sending Biz sao*cr>bers; acun-f ten, $2 Gu each
Sates ol advertising lioemL Address
W. J. MoEEKBALL,
July 13 Marion,. S 6.
Y O U BALING COTTON,
DILLON'S UNIV EES AL WROUGHT IRON
THIS FAVORITE TIE MAIE OF THE BE*T
quality of iron, and possesses advantage* tor the
?conomisai bal in? ol cotton most important to the
planter, merchant and factor.
For sale in largo and small lots (of a bundle) at re?
duced rates. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
August 9 Imo Asenta for South Carolina
CJOUTIl CAROLINA lt A1 Lilli* A u ^
ClErlFfliL gTJPEBINTENDLST'S OFFICE, J
OHABLBSTOH. fe. C.. April ?, ltrfii. i
AM AVD LFTEB SUNDAY. APRIL IVXH, THE
road will ruc as ?oUows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
ArriTe at Aususta. 4.45 P. M.
Co necting with trains for Monta ornery. Hem putt
Nashville %Z'} 0rle<inH' vla Montgomery -Dr
FOR COLUMBI*. - on . ?
'..eave Charleston.,.....??*... - -
Arrive at Columnia.(S.-t? P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
."O&u, *Z~ OstUdUT) train
Leive Augusta.O.flu A. at
arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. At
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. ll
?rrlve at Charleston.6.10 P. *
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
ISOHDATS EXCEPTED, i
r.eave Charleston.7.30 p. Ai
Yrrive at Augusta.e.10 A. M
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Na^hvill
mil flew Orleans, v a Grand Junction.
* eave Augusta.4.19 p. j*
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. fe
COLOMBIA NIGHT KXPBE88.
I ST ND A TP VXCEPTED.l
Leave Charleston.8.63 P. Y
Arrive at Columbia. 1.45 A. V
Connecting i-unaay? exempted' with Greenville ac
'.?ave Columbia.0 flu P. H
?rriveat Charleston.'.?-' A. V
S' lIMERVfLLK TRAIN.
Leave cburlftton."Vis P. M
irrive at bnmmt-rvillo. 5.. il i', v
Lia? ^ummt-rvlllp...7.1?; ... v.
?rriveat Charleston..?.23 A. v
. MMi EN BRANCH.
Cacados and 1 olurabl. Pakenser Trans OD MOS
DAYS, Vs Ei KESnaTs aod s-ATCMura. connects wiib
np an-1 rlo'ni l/ay Pasi^gers tl EingvilK
-?<??e CaaMrn. c 3." A. M.
\rrt ra* Columbia.lLm A. V
.eave 1'oluvibia.2.* P.
Arrive ut Camden.T.o.i P. m,
..limed K. T. ri..vKr.
? prl lo General tm*m>i"*4*&t.
SM J. ?t HLEl'EUUEliL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANl
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PIASTER.
'NG LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES SHINGLE.- ;
lao i?ROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, von
nae tl y on hand at tbs lowe.it marget onces.
September 1? mthalvr
Tr. II i >i p H K E y s ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND eOMiBi
iAL?8 OF BEAL ESTATE, BIO LES. BONDS,81
OURITIES AND PERSONAL .PROPERTY
(lo. 97 BKUAU'SIRSET
CHARLESTON, S. a
Hon. HEN ' BUIST, w. J. MAGRATH, Ess..
General JAMES GONN RB, T. E. WARING, Esq.
Duke, Stoolt, Tobie*, $c.
BT J. A. ENSfcOW & CO.
On MONDAT MORNING, 16 th ina' int, at ll o'clock:,
w>U be sold, In trent of our Store, No. 83 Eat*
I Two FINE COUNTTNG HOUSE OAK STANDING?
I Two Bevolving Cushioned Oak Stools
i Two Long Tables
' Two -mall Tables
1 One Store and Pipe
I One Irnn Har Back, and one large and elegant Pres*,
j suitable fora Bank. Auguat 14
li . FILLET,
TROT, NEW YORK,
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
MPHILANTHEOPIST,'' ??CHIEF COOK,*
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIA?"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOOTHERS
ARD roB HALI BT
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND H NB IV ALLES? f .?
capacity, durability, convenience* and the (reaeral
purposes to which Cookin? Stoves we used. Ts?
PHILANTHROPIST ls eitra he?v> p,?ted, and aa*
Aita Drawer; can be mad? Into a six belier bate
stove; baa oast Iron Water Tank gal vi maa a. oe
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Store, . ima
CIVILIAN J* ol a neat design, and has a Ana latea?
Oven. ThtrStove can be bad with tba ?asusto*
back, six bolee, and ret ervolr when desired
For fort her information apply to
D. L FULLERTON,
JeouaryM tmot ' Augusts, Ge
^awncro, Ctt1ii|i, ?tr.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS HOW FUBNI8HINQ
MCCARTHY COTTON om,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of virions sUes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOIL ENS
AND PANS, Of SH sises
HORSE POWEBS ANN GIN GEARING, from . ts
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVEE COTTON PRESSES for Hsjhl.
power, Saw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description*
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, afc, ate?
WILLIAM 8. HENEBET,
MAOUINIbl AND FOUNDER,
No. 814 MEETING-STREET,
CHABLB8T0H, 8. C.
August a mw*
F HOM 4 TU 899
norie power, including tba
aeleorated Corliss Out-OtT
Engines, slide Valve sta?
tionary Engines Portable
Engines, bc Alta Clrca
Isr Muley and Gang flaw
Milla, Sugar dane A Up,
?-halting Pulley?, kc, LasV
and Shingle Mills. Whee*
and Corn Milla, Olroalar
SAWS. Beitin?, Ac Set**
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD k MAHN STEAM ENGINE 00..
february 18 toot Unca, New fork.
UONIX IfU>N WORKS
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CI?ERON d( CU.,
Engir^era, BoUerinakers &<u
I V?, 4, e, 8,10 uni ia PR1TCHA RD-STRJtttf?
(NEAB THE DBY DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM EN GIN Ed AND BOlLEBS-MABlSBf
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVEBI
BHAPT1NO, PULLEYS AND GEARING.
IRON FBONT8 FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN EBON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILER
of as Rood quality and power, and at as low ratet*
ran be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-waler Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT ?EC0BI1Y AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WALER IH
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
?'?VW nao moa
Jj E A T H T U WUKMMI
FLEMINGS WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Beat In Cae.
They are made of "Santomoe," and contain a*
Bead what one nf the most distintruished physi?
cians ci Rich mond Vs., ?sys about the Loee iget:
I have long used 'antonin*, v-e active principle of
European Woixn-seed, ss sn effectuai r m edy ihr
Wonna In chiUren. Mr. Wa ner U Fleming pre.
pares a Loeenge composed of i?. whicn is a very
pieaaant and palatable t TO in which to administer
it to children, and which may be relied on a* prop?
erly prepared. , O. V. MANSON, M. O.
For sale by
DB. H. BA1B, Wholesale Agent,
Jone 21 No. 181 Meeting-street.