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c LOCAL MATTERS.
. Meeting TaUaDny.
Rt.iMjp" . > TT**
8ouih CaroHna Lodre. at 8 P. H.
? Hebrew Benevolent Society, at 8 P. M.
C. Lw, at half-past 8 P. M.
' Mio* Piro Company, at half past 8 P. M.
Phos nix Fire Coonany. at 3 P. AI.
AaeUoa Sales Tb la Da\-r.
' Waxaaat MCKAY will sall at 10 o'clock, at his
gators, household furniture. -
M. A. Hrarr will sell at 10 o'olook, at bia
tature, boots, shoes, ftc.
Mum TttUMX will sell?t 10o'clock,at his
??are, clothing, dry goods ?Vc.
' B. M. MiUfiHAr.T. A BBOTHXB will sell at balf
,paat 19 o'clock, at hi? store, ?01X61 horse and
Tax MEWS nt THE GoTSjrnr.-Beaders of j
THE NEWS going to the country can receive
their ravarito paper by mail, daily, at seventy
Ave oents a month, by addressing a note, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
A Bm Orr.-A freighttrain on tho Angas ta
branch of the South Carolina Railroad ran off
the track on Mousjay, and two of the cars were
turnad bottom up in a ditch. The conductor,
Charley Buffiio, was, it ia feared, seriously in- ,
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A JUDICIAL CATAHTBOFHX.-A karge portion I
of the ceiling iu Uta law courtroom, over the y
auditorium, has fallen down. I* ls hot known
whether the accident was caused by the heat
of the weather or the unusual warmth of the
legal arguments that have been lately indulged
BULLIT AH'B ISLAND -Owing to the brief no?
tice bjjretoforo given to owners of lots on Bui
Divan's Island, Intendant John M. Toubey bas
.extended the time for receiving the tax in com?
mutation of road duly until the and cit this
week, within watch time owners of lots will
tie allowed to furnish labor or commute the
?ame by applying at No. 87 Market-street.
. Hom INDUST ar.-Charleston Mechanics en?
joy a well-deser ved reputation both at home
aaa? abroad, and Messrs. John F. Taylor ft Co.,
of the Phoenix Iron Works, have recently put
? low-pressure boiler in th? steamer Plato and
are building one for the Emilie. .The City
Point ia being overhauled and the steamer
Henry Burden has arrived from Florida for the
?ame purpose._. "**
ExoaarrANT TAXATION.-Among UM many
instances of excessive taxation that have
boen brought io the publie attention, i*? ono in
" which a arisen paid taxais of $67 on bia pro?
perty la*>t year, and ts called upon to pay
$185 thia year. In another case a bouse waa
purchased before the war for 1850. The owner
baa vainly endeavored . o sel l it tor that sum
since tbs war, and ia somewhat startled to And
?bat it has been assessed at $1800.
HOTEL AnarvAtf. ACO?-T 17.-Charleston
Hoist. A. Getty B. F* McCabe, City; William
Gregg, John's Island; A. M. Kirkland, South
ern Express Oompeov; A. Behrens, New Tort;
Hayward Brown, Barnwell; Bsv. L. F. Gurney,
Florence; D. Malloy, Cheraw; H. M. Hilbert,
Florence; J. H. Mil 1er, Aiken; J. Allen Duncan,
Pavilion Botet.-3, ?. Hamilton, Branchville;
M. C. Hall, Benth Carolina; A. M. Fa rn um,
New York; J. M. Flood. Steamship Champion;
T. B, Baas. M. D., Marion ; 0. Halsy Caulfield,
Jfew Je ree}. .
-BOAT Baas-TBS BLAOLSNAKX WINS -The
?an?Mncemcnt that tnere wmil be a race be?
tween tba boats Jnole and Blacksnake, at?
tracted quite a loree crowd of lidies and
gentlemen to the Buttery yes te rdav afternoon.
The starting point was off Ch solo'* mill,
and the distado pulled, tbree-quar tra of a
mil?. J&g. Frederick E. Fraser was appointed
.farting judge; Messrs. Jjbn Harletttoa and
Laurens N. Cbisolm, terminal jo>lge?; Ur.
Lee Howard, umoiro. The stoke boa. WAS the
Undine, Captain James L. Fraser con rand?
ing. As the Blacksnake only carries six oars,
tho Oriole, wliicii oarr.ea eight, allowed her
seven bccond*. a
Tbs names of lite members of the cr9 is of !
tte boata are as follows: Of the Blacksnake,
which is thirty-one feet six inches long
Mesare. W. W. Wilkinson, oe xs wain; C. li.
Holmes, Jr.; John W. Lewis, Jr.; Frank K.
Huger, J. Wilkes North. Henry D. Elliott. J.
Heid Pringle. Of the Oriole, which ia tor y
?se feet long, Messrs. Langdon Oberes, cox?
swain; E. H. Sparkmm, John ll. Chisolm.
fleury W. Frost) Tbod. Frost, Ji.; Winiam
Xissesne. Theo. G. Snowden, J. J. Pnn^o
Smith, Jr.; B. TUajhrnaa Smith.
Shortly after six o'clock the signal for the
start was given, and both boats made good
?texte and pulled steadily. The time w s about
four minut?e and a half, the Blacksnake win?
ning the race by half a s Mond.
Bjf ?oms enaceran table otni9sion upon the
part of the Mayor and Aldermen, the police
force was not ordered out under arms to 'pro?
tect" the assemblage on the Battery, nor were
any placed in boats to follow on each side of t he
racing boats. Wake up, Mr. Mayor, and show
.that you are not "powerless."
ova a A r JJ*NAH a TJMMTS.
The DST at Bo* nt P le? . ? m t-O o o d
Snooting-*. MTnlatmre KIot-A Short
Game . * Base BsU -Botana to else
077 FOB MOUNT PLEASANT.
The lateness of the hoar of the 'retir?as of ]
the members of the otaba from the supper, on
Monday night, was not at all conducive to early
rising, and when it was announced, at half
past Dine o'clock yesterday morning, that om?
nibuses wore ia waiting to carry the members
to the Mount Pleasant ferry boat, a majority
were asleep. Tlity were aroused, and some
managed to dress and take breakfast before
ten o'clock, the hoar for starting, arrived bat
several were deprived of the pleasure of par?
taking of the first meal of the day.
At ten o'clock the band was placed ic aa om?
nibus, and the members of the daba in two
others, and were driven slowly to the ferry
wharf, where the steamer Poco din was io wait?
ing, ith a camber of nitiseos already OD board.
The members formed line, the band ia front,
and to its music march id oa board. Ia a few
moments thereafter the steamer moved off the
band playiog "A Life oa tb ? Ocean Wave.'*
She proceeded dowa the line ot wharves, theo
back, and toen across to Mount Pleasant. As
she passed the steamer Dictator, whicn was
laying at the South Atlantic wharf, three cheers
and a tiger were given, the drams of the band
were rolled, and tho .whistle of the Poo iain
blew at each cheer. On the retara this was
repeated, and the crew of the Diotator, net as
before ?taken by surprise, acknowledged the
compliment by dipping the steamer's flag.
THE A Vi RIVAL AT MoU*r PLEA-ANT.
About half-past ten o'clock the Pocosia
reached Mount Pleaeant wharf, and all rapidly
disembarked, formed line, and wi tb music
marched arnuad to the greuud selected for th?
use of the clubs near the wharf:
Ia a few moments after their arrival each and
every mau was engaged in some species of j
amusement. Some rolled "ninepins," others '
played billiards, shot with the rifles provided
for the occasion, rode vel-cipede?, played pi tc h
and toss, ?od not a few momentarily forgot
their games to pay attention to the large bowl
of pooch which seemed inexhaustible.
Mesara. Silva sod MoNulty, of Savannah,
and Mr. Sohaoiite, of Charleston, m.de the j
best mle shot! during the day. Besides the
rifle shooting there was any amount of pistol ?
practice, sod some excellent shots were made,
one particularly. Mr. E. A. 8ilva of havannah,
. had already done good shooting with rifles and
pistols during the moraing, and all were satis?
fied that he understood the handling of either
weapon, but they ?eic not prepared fer the
shot in the afternoon. A saod snipe, white
i hopping about on the Baud, was fired at by
several persons and flew off unharmed. It lit
.gain about tweory-flve yards from Mr. 8.,
who drew his revolver, fired, and struck it fair
ia the breast, tilling it instantly.
While praying piloh and toss, a general
scramble ensued, and as there were th ee balls
?bout, there was a groat deal of throwing and
catouing. This number even did not satisfy
some, and pine burrs, and thea pieces of water?
melon nud, were broogut into requisition. The
crowd divided into two Dirties, and a m ?mature,
good-natured, riot ensued, Iastiug?about a half
of a hour, dorina: which all acted aa il they
were boys agu J.
A SHORT OAKS.
About three o'clock a good dinner was spread
sod eaten, after which the nines proceeded to
the base ball ?rounds, about five hundred
yards fromethe wnarr, and ?ommenoed a game,
anil parties were fatigued, and at the conclu?
sion cf the second inning, the score of thc
Savannahs being fourteen to foorfor the Caro?
linas, they ooooloded to cease, and the ma- J
jority weat in bathing.
marcRir TO THE CI IT. | J
At half-past six o'clock -he line was re?
formed, the attisons, who had came over after
the olubs. joining io, ?od marched on board. .,
A large, number of the resideots of Mount j,
Pleasant assembled on the wharf, sad as the
boat left cheered the Savannah Club, the mem?
bers of which returned the compliment. Ar?
riving oa thu side, the omaibusses were found
in readiness, and as so m as the excursionists
were seated ia them, started off slowly to
the hotel-the band playing the while. At the
hotel there was a large assemblage, which gave
three cheers for Georgi?, three for the Savan?
nah Club, and threa for the baud. Atter tome
more cheering, daring wa-ch everybody
cheered himself sad e very b jd y else, the dab |
took suoper, packed ap their baggage and
stood ready to move, when the signal for
Was given, which was done at a quarter-past
vight The omnibussas were agata brought
uto r?quisition. Before leaving the hotel,
cheers were given for * Georgia, ' 'the Savan?
nah Club " "the Carolina Oiub" and "the
Charleston Hotel." As tho 'bc saes moved
I slowly off thutagb Market and S ist Bay streets,
they were followed by ab >ut three hundred
ortntens, the bjujcj al' 9' 'ho time playing
j At THE NEWS and Courier offices the 'buses
were stopped, sod taree cheers proposed and
given for them. At niue o'clock the clubs were
on the wu ari, and farewells were said .vcr and
ov?r again. At naif past niue o'clock the s g
nal to oast off the line ?as given, and then
President Mo> ab > stepped f rward, and in be?
half of tho Carolina Club and the citizens of
Charleston bade the Savannah Club farewell,
coatrasring this and the .sst visit, aod thank
iug them tor havmg given the citizens of
Charleston aa opportunity to wipe out the
stigma cast u,>ou the city by the idle and vi
Mr. P. L. Beard, vice president of the 8a
vauuah Club, responded briefly in behalf Of
his club, stating aow much gratified they were
at tue treatment th JV had r.ioeived, and how
determined they were, if the opportunity of
fered, 'o recipr?cale it.
The band thea struck up, "Then you'll re?
member m.;" oheors wero given for Georgia,
for the two dabs, for South Caroliua,.for Sa
vanuah. for Cuarlesron and for the band, md
tbe boat glidod fro n thu wharf amid the cheers
of tho^e ou tire what! aud on the boat, which
were increased Wlieu the band gave them
..Dixie." Ssmo one on board fired off his pis
toi by way ot a parting sa. ti ie. Ina IUOIUJU?
there wau a lively contest as to waetht-r the
twenty mea ou board could Ure more rapidly
and more shots than the turee hundred or
moro men on the wharf, consequently there
were about seven hundred ?hots fired in three
or four minutes. During this pi?toi salute the
gan io the bow of the steamer was fired.
About fifty colored men and women assem?
bled on or about the wharf to witness the de?
parture. Wheo the fir ng commenced, ibby,
evidently thinking that a b oody riot was io
progress skedaddled from the spot, looking m
the moonlight as if they were a jet of mk
sqairied from a first-: ass steam engine.
Tbeir ruth was simnltaneous, and they ap?
peared to bs oat> an uidi'stiutfuuihable, rapidly
moving black body.
YACHT RACE.- Oa Friday afternoon next
there will be a raca between the well known
pleasure yachUi Undine, Black Crook, aud
Rose. They will start from V.imlorhors 'a
wharf at half-past two o'clock, and sail to tho
Ctimmins;'s Point buoy and return.
DBBJB LABELS.-We desire to call the atten?
tion of druggists in the city and thron?;boot
the State to the peculiar noihtieaof TEX NETTS
JOB Office (or printiog all kinda of drug ?abels,
prescription blanks, ?c.. at the shortest no
tioe, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the ooontry. Oar stock of cats, borders and
fancy type is unusually large aud ohoioe. Call
and examine specimens of work.
THE ALARM of fire about eight o'clock last
Dight was occasioned bv the buming of the
engine house of the 8tO"ewn'l Fire Company,
located at the northwest corner of College and
Georgo streets. Tho oritrin of the fire is not
known. Vftieo the flames were discovered a
number of persons rushed to the house aud
suooeeaed in hauling the enif ?ne out before it
sustained any injury. Thc building was to?
CEUKBs.--The week of prayer in the Metho?
dist Church will bc concluded on Friday, when
a union prayer meeting will be held in Bethel
Church, and the concluding 6ermon delivered
at ll A li , by tho Bev J. B. Pickett.
The arrival of the Savannah Club seems to
have given new vigor to tho baie ball fever.
Two Juvenile clubs, the JSiua aud Dexter, had
a mutch garae*. at the comer of Queen and
Meeting streets, yesterday. Five innings were
played, the score standing, ?Etna 13 mos, Dex?
lue City Council took advantage of their
uncalled-for sessiou on Mouday to order aud
devour a plentiful supply "f the good things qf j
this life in the Co une il Chamo r. It is not
stated whether any fragments of the feast re?
mained, but that was bardi; to be expected
when tho rajoutons maws of the elect are con?
One palo foco, who yielded to the tempter
and overdosed himself, was before the Mayor
yesterday, aod sentenced to pay 15, or work it
Charlee Harrison, alias Jacobs, and Benja?
min Glover were arrested by Officers Quinn
and Lovett, and turned over to the coroner, as
accessories in the Seabrook murder. 8teph?n
O&mpbell. a colored witness, was released on
Sargent the wis ard, having obtained a hoar
mg ou a writ ot habest corpus, in North Caro?
lina, bas been discharged from arrest.
The grocery s toi o of Collector G. W. Clark
will be sold out by Auctioneer McKay to-mor?
Toad's LOTICE to-day will consist of ooorer
soup, boiled fish, boiled mutton, with caper
sauce, shrimp Balad and peach dumplings.
MB. B. ARNOLD, NO. 219 Meeting-street, has
one hundred bales of prime North Bi ver hay.
which he willison low while landmg from the
LIGHT BEADING ron THE WASH WBATHE*.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular pnces, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. 0. Sighter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer in bo< ks
and periodicals of ail kinds. His list will be
found to include something to suit everv taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how he can afford
to send bus books by mail over the ooontry,
posi-pa id. at the ndiou'ou*!? low Drices name-'.
Sbirts an) Jnmsmn moos.
NO. SIB KIVG-STKLKT,
One door below Market .
TM PRICES OE
BT Y ? UM. * H 1 M. 1 a AT
THE GREAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LIN EN A ND PAPEB COLL ABS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN CO PTON ANDLI>LE THREAD
NECK TIES AND LC A VA IS
UMBBELLAS IN GREA C VARIETY
Ac, Ac, Ac.
S BIRT' rea-tyinndc und made to order. Dir- o?
tiona lor measurement e*nt by mail.
Oentlemsii's Fur'Mfh'ng ?!oro,
Bfeeting-atrwr, opnosito thc M Tko*.
PERRON* WISHING 10 HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care und taste can nave their orr?'.rt
promptly fined by leaving to era at Holmes' bv.uk
Houne. Written directions should in each ease bo
given as to thn style of coloring pteterred.
Julv 73 3mo**
f_?Ol?MKBl tu n At UKI II.
No. 36 Broad-street,
B KOKK RB, AUCTION EEH?>. KFALE8TATB
dt VEUAL I O H jl I ? M (I \ AttUAT*
Will atttend to Renting ana Collect me of Hem?
ind purchase and Hale ot mucks, Uonds, Qold
Silver and Heal Estate.
To the Purchase of God- and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reason ible .erna?.
'.?EOH0X L. HoietEU....AUtXANBEH M ACHE i a.
January 1 lyr
LAITD Coioaaiios^B'g OFTICE, I
COXTTMUA. H. C., ACTOS til 1869. I
NOriOB IS HKKEBT GIVEN THAT THIS 0F
FtCK is now orjroBizsd, in accordance with the law
creating the same, and is ready to proceed to baal,
ness. In thepu'cbaeo ot landa the interests of the
State will be carefully tuarded It ls tbe de? ire of
the Comoitseloner to purchase none other than eood
lands. In po xl looa'itlss st their fair " arket Talus,
and at such prices a? tbe same lands would be sold
to pr vate indlv du?ls. Arran?ement? have been
made by wbich the Bonds authorized to be Issued
for the purohise of lands will ba ooo verted to cur?
rency, and lands so purchased will be paid for io
currency. Tbe Commissioner invites all partied
owuing desirable lands. In desirable localities, wish
inc to ?ell hem, and willing to take market prices,
to forward their proposals, divine a desorption of
the lauds tm sale, their locality, quality and adapta?
tion to the production of cotton, corn and grains gen?
erally, with a view to tbe cominen? ment of negativ
tims for the sale ot aald landa to the .-tata.
C. P. LB LI?,
August 16 mwf6 Land Commissioner.
BEABDB PATENT LOCK TIES.
THIS IIB '8 UNDOUBTEDLY '?HE BSHT MAN
UT ACT Cb ED, ls easy >o raanage, and possesses
great strength and durability. Havfng sold them
for tbe paat two years, we eau cordially recommend
them to our planters and others, as the very TiE
(hey want, to render their bales neat, strong ana
com pao i ; capable ol buding halas from KM to 600
pounds. For sale by
GK J. W. WII.LTs.M3 A CO., Factors,
Angustie mwfgmos Charleston, 8.0.
pv,UR BALIN O COTTON,
DILLON'S UNITEBSAL WROUGHT LEON
THI9 FAVOBtTE TIB MAIS OP THE BE-J?
qoalltv of iron, and possessse advantage* for the
economical baling of cotton most important to the
planter, merchant md factor.
For ?ale in larg"and small Io's (of a bundle) at re?
duced rates. WILLIAM Bo ACH A 00.,
August 9 Imo Agents for Houib Carolina.
?jg A SM K K R B ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BB0KHB8 AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of soy dosanphou, csa get their orders
oiled promptly and tn the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THB NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
U9 East Bay.
BBOtnS, 7XBX QXLT,
T%M rtjmn SO (VMHJ,
man mu wo irtuu.
Tat Orkdul aad oaly
MaMl Hater* malt.
It can be applied to
any Stair Bod, either
Round or Flat, and
.?revente its slipping
from Its place.
Ask for the
Palest Drep Katata,
?OLD WT iU
AND BOT MO OTHBB.
BSA6S AND DM
Fer Hotels, Reetaorants and Public Boildlagg,
W. T. & J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., HX
Au mst 13 3m os
THE MARION CRESCENT,
Al A Fi ION, 8. C.
PCBLISHED WXEAXI BT
8. E. MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
THE CRESCENT, BEING THE P?RCRASER
and successor of the old d s trio! paper, u the oldest
journal ia the eas ern part of ibe Mat?.
'the Crescent is ta? oillcial ai visor of Marion
The Crescent has a large sort growing circulation
among tbe be-t people of tue Peedee roantrv
tho Crescent is the best advertising medium In
th i secaoo.
Alwavs address CRESCENT.
August 10 Imo Wari-??, C.
Tn & s T A K
SOUTHERN REA L'ES i ATE ADVXn.IuEB,
As an advertising medina), on* t s teci ities tn Kn
chants. Ora uists, Machinists, .tc, of extending
their business, unsurpassed by any Southern
Hs circulation is fa*t beconlnp- aeneral. Real
Estate asente, md parties int. re - ted In the purchase
or Mle of real estate wll And it to tbelr advantage
lo conTQ.lt its col mo? and advertise therein as we
are effacing arrangements by which oar pat er will
circu?ate largely among Northern ca ? ital lets.
information tending to the development of our
mineral, m inufacturing ond sgricnltoral resource.
descriptive ot chuula, soil, A ? -solicited and thauk
tully ?ecelved irom any section.
Terms cash. (Sa year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six suosenbers; a c ab -t ten, $2 SO each
Rates ol advertising huerai. Address
W. J. McEEKRALL,
Jul' 16 Marlon . s C.
HARA. KBTOff HOTEL
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FiTiSr.CT.ARS HOTEL. SIITMTHD AN A
pleasaut location, and in the lju-me*s portion nf the
lit , mid.-rs it the most . equable >lotei tor estile!
p. i m JU. ut or tran-'eui gue*.H. . ne accommodations
arouusiiri?iSfCil. bavl i^ ex'enstvn suites nt ele^'uut y
tu-'iii bed ap .rimeuts to. i un.te* a d single senile,
m-n 1 he proprietor will endeavor io niamtalu tin
hivb reputation e-joyed by the "?:barlestoa" as a
Lint class house, ano nn effort ??il be scared to de?
serve a continuance of tho liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowej upon it
the bes: of Live y accommodations will be found
ucljoiuinir the establishment.
ibe haue? I ?uppded with the celebrated Arte
siau Water o' winch ded-jhifol ba'hs can be hod
either day or m-;ht E. H. J -< it-o\
July 13 _Proprietor.
??T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIN NEW AMD C0MM0110?8 BOURE. f.OOAT
KD corner ol Broadwar and Forty-secobd-Aireei.
possesses advantages over all other house* tor the a<
coaimodation o its enests. it was built ezpressi)
for a ftr-t-i-i i?* family boarding house-the ronnie
borne large and eu -alie, heated i>y steam-wub not
anet cold w ter. and tarnished second to none; wm ie
the culinary dopartmenr ls in the roost expert) neeo
oands, alf -rding xui-s ts aa unequalled table.
one of Atwoo.V- l'aient i leva:or? in ano amouc
toe "m <dero iioproveotoul*" auo ul the service o'
guests At all hours.
Tbe Hroadwar and rrmverstry Place Cars pass tue
door even* lour minute?, running from the (Uti
Hail to Ceutril Paik, while the sixth and evenit
Avenue'inesare but a short block on eituer ai'le
aflordlog ample facilities for communicating with ai
the denme, steamboat landings, elates of arc us*
ment and business nf the ere it metr?polis.
?HORat * H?LLET, Proprietors.
March 13 cmos
Cuitan ?ins, (Etc.
^CLLETT'S STLEL BRUSH
THE 8UB<tCBIBEB IS NOW PREPARED TO
fiTJ orders for these justly celebrated GINS. Certifi?
cates from reliable plantera In this n tate who hare
bought and used them the past eeasoQ. aa well as
from the Factors and Brokers, rolly confirm all that
ls claimer for them; and the fact ls now well estab?
lished that tbe increase in tbe prto* of Cotton ginned
on this Oin will, on every forty bales, folly pay for
the cost of the Oin.
HALL'S PATENT COTION GIN PEEDEE,
A valuable Macbrae, savins born time and labor in
the ginning of a crop. Can be attached to any Gin
Bend for Circulars.
O. GRAVE LEY,
No. 51 EAST BAT, SOUIH OF OLD P03TOFFI0E.
Augusta m wi 2 m os OharlMkon, S. C.
IMPROVED MCCARTHY HIM,
Ginning ?Fine Upland Cotton.**
LAIR CHAVOES UADB IN THIS OIN AD J PIS
lt to thc ar-narnu o' CPI AND Ol TON. The nae ot
it, by a few, on this cotton la?t season proved tbat lt
euhuni'wj tue vuiue ot th- cot iou, as it does notjin
jure the staple ii tbs sligbteitdegree
Flautera will ind lt to their td van age, and are re?
quested to examine into thia Oin, particularly thoae
wno have plautea tbe finer aradei ot Upland Cotton.
1 he Oin has b-en in use upon the ->a Island <'o ton
for over fifteen years, and its reputation fortbat cot?
ton tally estAblL-ned. apply to
WILLI M S. HEN EBV Y,
Macbini-t and Foundry.
Aastut ll wimImo No. 314 aleetne-street.
.I Italay, Ssaflsrf,
A usait ? wfm3mM
Jirngs, dbtmitoli, Cit.
~P lt E S II DRUGS
GBIaf AUL.T St CO.'S PREPARATIONS
IODIZED SYB?P OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPS CLES OP MATICO
8IB?P OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Parii>, and for sale by
----;- or. fl. IT\TUR,
May 8_No. 131 M EETINO-STBE-BT.
RATH TO WOltHsl
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In UM.
They are made of "Santonine," and contain no
Bead what one nf the most distinguished physi- j
dans of BichmoDd. Ya., eayi about the Lozenges :
I have long used ->antonius, toe active principle of
European Wotm->'eed, as an effectual r medy for
Worms lo obii.iren. Mr. Wi nor L. Flem jig pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of it, wbicb ia a very
pleasant and palatable firm m which to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on a- prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For aale by
DB. H. BABB, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Itoetlng-street.
O R THR HAI lt.
^HALON'S CHEMICAL HALB INV1GORATOB
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
SION I GO ii EP.Y'tJ HALB RESTORER
BURNETT'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HALB RENEWER
CHEVALIER'"* LIFE FOR THE HALB
CHALFANT'd COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOB HAIB TONIO
J3ATCHE LOB'S H A, IB DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON S HAIB STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY BUM. Ac., Ac.
For sale by Dr. il. BARR,
Mav H Ko. 131 MF, BI ING-STBEET.
?\ O L O ti N B %
MTPERIOR TO T"E BEctT IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured a: id sold wholesale
an'i r.:ui: br Dr H BAKU.
.lime 2' No 131 Me?tiu"?treet
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ara AIL BISEASS er taw
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TBBT AU REC0MM1DDE1) BT 1BI
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, MEW YORK.
Manufactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CBSaST ARD APCTES3A3T,
SWFor Sale by Druggists Everywhere."?*,
Februaiy is mwiiyr
Q ;'??". P A I K R I I
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 1?8 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IMPORTER A KD DEALS? lit
?I?" tu..'- *' S .-3 t. ..
D R F (i S, CHEMICALS
- ?' *??
? '. 'iv? li . ? i
TtftMUD ll I M Hilft AC
ALL BOVBI OF TUE DAT AW Nl?fiT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon, tai* breach of th? aaaineaa. the nt?ott
FKBSOBTAL care and attention la beato wed, asd the
r/sec la compounding !? GCAEAMTBED.
FRESH VICHY WATER,
(HA tT T IL tU V K .)
Of Direct Impo italian.
BACH BOTTLE OB PACKAGE BBAKING
TBE GOVHBNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FRESH FAUN I HK SPRINGS.
Aoarr FOB THE OAXBSBATBD
KOGKBRIIKJIE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortmeot ot
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac
GEO. TIEMANN & CO,
OF NEW YORK,
SUBUICA LAN? DENTAL
BEFORJUSlB?, FRACTURES, Ac.
May 19 wfm
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hait, fa, .
BY MILKS DRAKE.
THIS MOBBING, at 10 o'clock, I w?l aafl at BBX
'torr, coner of Ein? and 11' m il-aa.
TTL;n r??,,.,?!''LMERE *?*a Coota, ?ans? aa*
Vesta, Irish Linen, Moled Lawn. Sele?ee. BwHaiat.
J?! l?)r ?'^ 8pocl Cotton, Neckties. Linea
follare Veil,) Hosiery, he.
30.doten Meo'a and Boy's Pelt and Wool HITS
5 dozen Men's Leghorn and Canton Esta.
Booti, Shoet, Brog nt, Balmorals Gaiter*,
BY N. J. HUNT.
THIS DIT, the jeth instant, at 10 o'clack, tn my
Salesroom, No. Ul Hooting-street, I will sen lor ft
60 cases assorted Fresh and Desirable BOO rs,
?.HOE-, Brog in?, Balmorals, Gaiters, Oxford. Ilsa;
ftc , Atc., to wal-h I Invite the attention ot Dtfyers. .
One Sorrel Bone, One Spring Wagon, at
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 3J Broad
Angnst 18 _. t.
One hundred and fifty Diff?rent Pieces ?/'ab
Mil mt Beutehold Furniture, (Pamtijf Item?
ing the State )
BY WM. MeKAY, Auctioneer.
TBI ' DAT, Wednesday. 18th tn-t., at hie atora, Ko.
136 Meeting-street oomnwr'o'nf peaeaaiS at la>
o'clock, the above._Angnst 1>
The Entire Contents of th? WkaUttde grocery
and Liquor. Store of Mettrt. George ff.
Clark J Co!, ito 116 Ba,4. Bag, Corner
Fraser's Wherf. i
WM. HcMAY, Anctiopwr,
wm sell TO-MOBBOW, raia instant, aoiamaaaJnar
ai ll o'clo- k,
O? B CEOBGIA GIN..oas Georgia Emery, ?na
Georgia McCarthy, eases Choice Old Bourbon, Bye,
and seo ich Wat Usa, narry Brandy, aft, Porter
and ?j ope. rases ImtJOrted C Hau tego-. CJITSW.
Ertrart?. Blaetur, Mustard. Matebea, SegarMill,
BATT* S Vln?(?ar, gro-s Bo1 fe?. Barrels sad Bteek
Casks, Measures, Funnela kc , fte.
OBX DB AT, Waraesa and Lioen**. Mejia. Window
Frames. ko ?Oase rurnlture. one Laure Iron -SJ**,
Superior Mahoaany Osase D*eka, Letterpress, ftftv
One Sopener Parlor Matodaoa,
Term* ossa, J&BSE?
Et tatt Sale-Turning Lathe at Bennett t MW.
KNOX. DALY & CO.,
Will ??ll ea above IO MORROW.
Conditions cash. ' . Asgan?
.Baddie und Draft Mena
BY HOLM RH & MACBETH,
' - Aawttewssnrs* ! ?
Win be acid on 72S* *L^H^L???1~
of ?av aaa**, Ne, ae awaaa.M4.vM. a? aaai fi a?
Ona ai ?toe Saddle aa? Draft HOBIN
One (l) Large Draft Horse.
Terms cash. angas* la)
/Huliine, CMtiBgi, ?tf.
V ROM 4 TO
oeieoratsi ?orbe? OtuVoaT
Engine*, ,s*oY Valve .RIB
.._1 _ ZZ FI-1- fm^t,
nonar? rmginra. rorsswas
Engines, ita. ala? Cttoav
lar Malay and 6acg hem .
Milla, Rogar Cane 1 an,
-hairing Pulley*, ho-. Leah
sad BhfBgie MlBa Whee*
and Corn Milla, ?rentar
-awi Bettln?, ho. Seas*
for deiKHpthrW circular ajaf
WOOD k MANN 8TJUM ANGINB CO.._
Kebnury IB Bmoa Cfttoa, New, rarx.
THIS ESTABL^HMENT IB NOW NUBTOHINO
Me O ARTSY COTTON QDf, -
RTEX1C WVaTNTJB AND BOT LIBS, of vari JOS stxea
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COHN
MILLS, 8DOAB MILLS, SDGAft BOILERS
AND PANS, of all mses
HOBRE POWERS ANN OIN GEARING, from < to
10 feet In diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Ban?.
power, Maw and Bios Mills
MACHINEBT AND CASTINGS of all description?
made to order
Particular attention paid to
H0DHE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CIS TE BS COVERS, SASS WB1QBTM, dh., *(.
WILLIAM 8. KEN?BET,
sJAGBINISl ABD FOWBDMR,
No. SH MEBTLNG-8TBIBT,
CHAXXXSTOK, P. 0.
Angnst ? ...... . .__'__w*tL
1 S O N ' S
Warranted lo Remove ?ll Desir?
It fa Purely Vegetable and conto la?
?* thousandsof antiaaenratt*
The following is on?.. - -~factarer
that are dally leceived by the k>u^ * ^.
Bren at KO VA.. NnremberW. 1S?*~
DEAB Ta-The "ionacco Ant?doto" prepared Bys.
you 8ci'ornintr to the tereipt yon have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetal) e. entirely ba. miena, and eoutuins
nothiuK ia tbe leset injurious. It is not flisasjuoasla
to the taste, ond as a bom? article, I hope yea arin
meet ?itb ready sale lor lt, and I belier- that rf tho
directions are followed, it will do al yon skimed sar
it. JOBB DOVE, M. D.
HW Price 00 cents per Box. The aanal enseuaar
to the Trade.
MW For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
g V R ? P o P|
TBS ONLY CERTAIN
AD O LT? Tri ItiAACSK N'S
sealed and wa "an led to
?eu frenb tor ali Inno_
e greatest dla every
.'its kind tn the age we>
vein. No person neett
<e troubled with BAX?,
HI E, BED BB?S or -
BOACB EN i,jr ...r. ixaacs. o's deetracOve reaie?y le
wl'btn the reach of all. Prepared oslv br aaaaSaat
trom rare and valuable eonaponndS, ita ch. ap.icse la>
as wonderfnl as its efflcacy. Bnndi.di of leeaati?.
niais have been received iron al parts ot the Vailecr
he great advantage this s CB? pop Tirrrrcnatl
over all Mm ila T prenaratienf la the PA Ci that Nie
certain in lia KaTeefcs,
and free from the unpleasant ess ot rats dytna ha
their holes, as it causes them to leave tbe rnvnttaes)
to seek air, and consumes thees so entirely ?a to
Ko Disagreeable MOT.
Numb*rs ot rel? enees can be nada te
Persons in this Oily,
who have snceessf olly used it
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLBSALB B RUG CI ST S
Corner Meeting and Basel- streets,
April 38 m wt Ino Caarletvon,