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nest advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who want sitmtions or serrants;
- who want houses or apartments, or hare them
to rant; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who nave lost or found articles of value,
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classes may have their wanta supplied, we have
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men, mechanics, bousc-servants, porters, shop
iKHb, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
let; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wants of all kinds.
For each insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
Not exceeding ZHHKK mos or 30 worJs....05 cents
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rates must be prepaid and delivered at TBS
NEWS office by 9 P. M.
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Meetings This Day.
Typographical Union, at 6 P. M.
Typographical Society, at 8 P. If.
Young Hen's Christian Association, at 8
Chamber hf Commerce at 12 ll.
THU iiAtntKB'e CHUHCH.-There will be ser?
vices in the Mariner's Church, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half-past cen o'o'ook in
A HUTT rou DULL Tiares-Take advantage
of the great reduction in prioes, and prepare
for the approaching busii.css season by hav?
ing your Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and oheaply done at THE NEWS Job Office, No.
149 Bast Bay._
NEW POBUOAXIOKB. -WO have received from
John W. Donny, printer, of Columbia, a oopy
^^'Instructions to District Assessors, and a
oop7 of the "Triennial Catalogue of the Uni?
versity o! South Carolina." Both pamphlets
are neatly printed. *
Cantos.-A large iron crusher, designad for
manipulating the phosphate rook, waa ?hipped
to Baltimore yesterday from tho Pheonix Iron
Works, where ft had been made to order.
She Charleston Typographical Society will
meet at the rooms et the sooieiy at 8 P. H. to?
There will be a match game of base ball thia
afternoon between the Emerald and Charles?
ton dubs, at the ocrner of Alexander and
We leam that on yesterday Dr. F. Peyre
Porcher received from New York a large order
for his new work entitled "Southern Fields
The brig Cyclone is still at anchor off the
Battery waiting for the weather to moderate.
John Harvey, colored, who was arrested on
suspicion of having a'tempted to burn Dr,
Boise's house, was examined yesterday by
Lieutenant Philippy and OfBoars Lovett and
Train. Harvey proved an alibi and was dis?
goring the month of August tho City Sheriff
was paid taxes to i he amount of $3300.
The Charleston T.\ pograp h eal Union will
meet at IKE NSWB ofSou at b P. if.
It is reported that Aid erm an Small, colored,
proposes to organise abase ball club composed
entirely of the Aldermen. There will be two
"nines" of the.members, and the Major nil
Mr. Alexander Abrams, agent at Savannah
of th? Chinese Immigration Company, has
already received orders t r throe thousand
seven hundred Chinese laborers, and applica?
tions ?re pouring m daily.
Thirty-one o mstw-1 - kera at $S. and one hue?
dr3d and twenty-six assistant ai ti per day,
costa the S ?le only 8699 per day.
A memorial, it ia stated, will shortly be pre?
sented to Connell, p ay ng for th? repeal of
the ord in ince providing that no petrol mm,
kerosene benzine, benzole, Ac., shall be stored
?oath of Line-street.
Bishop Wightman will preach in the Trinity
Methodist Church to-morrow morning, at the
Dont forgot tho race between the O rio le and
Blacksnake thia afternoon, at six o'clock.
The fine? imposed upon drunken men by
the Mayor yesterday o uric h cid the city treasu?
ry to the amount of $15.
The oases cf the parties charged with viola?
ting tho ordinances relative to the lumber and
timber trade, have batu postponed until the
Oity Attorney cm look into the matter.
A^solored boy nam d Charles J mes was ar?
rested yesterday by Offioer Qnun upo J tbo
charge of stealing a gold watch aod chain
valued at $140 trom Mrs.Elisa Kinsman.
One who is posted states I hat tho five hun?
dred ?nd ten street limps coat $33,460 per an?
The tnsoecior-^eneral of timber and lum?
bar publishes a cid in the special notice
Ita? white boy. Wo. Adkins, who was ar?
rested by Ofiloer Quinn noon suspicion of
stealing fowls from Slr. L? C. Hendrick?, ?as
eonfeessd that be stole a gold thimble and two
silver spoons. The spoons have been melted
do?n by a jeweller of the city. The thimble
A professional mm has introduced a new
visiting card. It is 12 by 9 inches io Bise. The
yoong men are envious, a.id dosire to know
if he bas a patent-right.
There are warrant? and cross-warrants being
sued out by two white women. No. 1 aoouairg
No. 2 or assaulting ber with a deadly weapon,
while No. 2 charged No. 1 with put ting a light?
ed toro b under her dwelling.
Tba petition of the m Tobin ts to Council
praying that the tax upo.t hoe and cotton ba
removed, w ten feet long. *
The v doc ot real oro porty in Charleston as
assessed by the City Assessor, ia $20 747 641,
wolle the County A"sessor make? it $21,268 -
Patrick Collins, B. Tigb and John Donna
ghue. ara the bond mon of the inspoetor-gen?
eral of timber and .umber.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Early Fall Styles in Dresses* Snits, &c.
Tho now styles tor dresses, tuite, wraps and
children's clothing are very pretty, aud every?
thing is profusely trimmed. Velvet guipure
lace, Cluny lace md fringe wi ll be much used
for trimming. When the skirt has a flounce
of tho material, the overskirt is often trimmed
with wide fringe.
Gay plaids will be worn in wraps, draped on
the back as burnous, and ono corner thrown
over the lett shoulder.
A novel way of arranging a square shawl is
to take a few plaits in the back, dbe same in
front ; the corners then simulate tho front and
back of & basque skirt, and the shawl hangs
loosely over the Shoulder in the form of a
Long shawls- fte plaids-are folded to si mu?
lato a mantle or coat. A few folds are laid,
and fastened at the back of the neck, and
brought down to the belt, from which the
shawl falls loosely. Ia front are folds also
jost how tl:is is done cannot well be deserted,
bat a shawl draped in this manner is graoetal.
An evening dre-s of blue is very handsome,
trimmed with black Cluny lace and black velvet
witb white edgo. The bodice is a Lady Wash?
ington waist, mod ?nm high on tho back, and
open in front to within four inches of the belt,
with wide laue filling around the neck, and
narrow velvet heading it. Sleeves oro plain,
with a wide, painted velvet cuff. The belt is
of velvet, edged with white, and bas bows and
ends of black and white. The skirt bas one
wide flounce pat on ia fan-shaped plaits, with
a black velvet star between each, upon the
plain space at the top. Tho overskirt has the
from plain, sloping np to the side and joining
the back one-fourth of a yard from the belt.
The back is in two puffs; the upper one baa a
fall of lace, and there ia wide lace around the
entire overskirt, headed by velvet with while
edge; bows of this ribbon are set on the side
where the front and back Join.
A potpie dress with long crained skirt has one
flounce around the bottom; an overskirt bound
with white satin, and trimmed at intervals
with clusters of purple leaves, bound with
white satin, ??he waist and sleeves are trim?
med to correspond, and there are white'-.satin
battons ia front
Snits will be mach worn, and there is not
even a rumor that Dame Fashion thinks of rul?
ing them oat; for winter they will be wadded,
or a warm vest oan be worn andor the basque.
An elegant suit baa one wide flounce around
the bottom. There are two narrower flounce?,
set one above the other, to represent two
skirts, and at tnt back is a short paffed sirirt
of a basque. Sleeves are plain, with cuffs of
velvet; and there is a cap-; that falls over the
shoulders and back, composed of three ru?tes.
A very neat, pretty w iy of making au over?
skirt to oe woru with a black ailie suit tor early
fill we?r, or may be worn for evening, is to
make tbo back open to within ono-fourth of a
yard from tho bAt ; tho edges are trimmed
with wido Cluny laoe, and joined by a velvet
bow ; tho front is composed of Cluny lace, set
together over silk of some contrasting color,
a J brown, pink or blas ; rosettes are made of
this lace and silk to ornament the side i.
A morning wrapper has a wide flounce only
on the back breadth, that extends to the
neck in Watteau style; the front breadth is
trimmed io form f a rounded apron, and the
side ones are io points; the trimming is com?
posed of three rows of velvet, one wide between
two narrow, and this extends ap the seams
from tho trimming around the bottom to the
t>elt; tbe waist is french siyle with reoers and
?Har described by rows of velvet.
The pretty sailor jacket will bo very fash?
ionable this fall, with reoers and a sailor collar.
Children's suits are made mucre m tbe stylo
of those ot Urger growth, goring or ci i colar
Torrn. The materials mot used are in gay
Dolors, plaids or stripes.
RELIGIOUS.-Tho Bight Rev. Bishop Gib?
bons, of Wilmingtou, N. O, is on a visit to our
etty, and will preaoh on to-moirow (Sanday)
in the Cathedral Chi pol, at the boar ot half
past ten o'clock. Tue pews will oe open to the
public. _ ,
SALE OF SroAHBOAT Paopearv.- A pi rt of
tho steamboat property o wu o J by the lato
Captain John Ferguson bai, wo aro informed,
been sold at priva to sale. Among thom we
learn was the steam jr Pilot Boy to Messrs. J.
0. Aiken Sc Co. tor $13 OOO, the steamer Planter
to sever;'1 parties toi $14 OOO, and the steam nc
Relief for $3000. Tuose vessels will be engag?
es heietofore, iu facilitating tho oummerco ot
SEIZURE or rna Er WAH ISON WORKS.-We
learn fruin the Augusta Constitutionalist that
the Etowah Iron Works, better known as
Jooper'a Iron Works, have rocen:ly been
leis d by tue Unite i States/ Government, as
?be property of <ii%, Confederate States, at the
nsunoe of ihe^Commissiouer at Washington,
index tho 12,h section of tho act of 1836 and
;be amendatory acta of Congress. The Etowab
iroperty comprises some fifteen thousand
tores of land.
TUB BBJQ CTOLOKB AND THE JHIPPINQ
&.OSKT.-II a conversation held yesterday with
Captain Fnsbia, of the briar Cyolooe, he stated
that he had no obarge whatever to bring
against the shipping 'gent, Ur. J. Johnson.
Se was well assured that the shipping agent
iad no intention of swindling bim, and he re?
gretted that sacha construction might have
aeon pat upon the arti clo in yesterday's NEWS,
entitled "charged with swindling." He also
stated that tho third mao who was shipped
mado no attempt to escape.
Mr. Jonuoon called upoa us yesterday, and
javo us a full s'atemoat ot tho affair, which
ilearly showed tliar be was blameless in tho
natter. He showed ai the following eertifioate
'rom Captain Prisbio: "I hereby cortify that
I have iuvi & fall a i l .'lear urderataodiug wi h
Mr. Johnson, tho a.lipping ago it. ail exoner
ito him fro a all luwuuou to do me an injus?
TAX RETTIBNS FOB. TUB I KN MONTH* END
NO JUNE 30 18G9 -Below will be lound tho
? ross a mo-1 ut of tax retaros made to the City
Assessor from Septem Dor 1st, 1868, to Ja ly 1st,
JJ los of goods, war.es and merchan?
dise, including noa. lumber, hay,
grain aud oavil a tores.$10,706 552
J.-ilos of cotton. 794 446
Jalee of stocka, bonds ko . 612 819
Jal a of borne* and ma os. 27 975
Joujmisswms . 411655
rremiums on ios-arauo-e. 293 971
[u comes of la wy rs doctors and
dentista.. 173 857
Receipts of . - xores . companien. 14 005
receipts of utte t railway compa?
Etcoeipts of bo.els aol eating
bootra. 169 407
Eteoeipta of livery stab et. mw
Et o-?pta of oot'ou pnaaea . 42 777
El o opts or linn ? mg offices. 107 081
Etecoips or ta ?grapa companion.. 1 781
RccoiptH of com -lerjial agencies.... 2 251
Reoeipts of B-auliifhr. o im pan v. 186 98J
Li i o-s receioc or co Wi ions made
by consignee*, sin iptug agents,or
any pcrsou- acting at the port of
Charlos un >ta nie agent, or agents
of any sailing vo-soia or a learn?
Tbe taxes received from eales of horses was
(1136; from curiases and baggies. $1101; trom
reatof stores, from small dealers, ac.,112
THE NEWS IN THE COUNTS!.-Readers of
THE NEWS going to thc country can receive
their favorite paper by mail, daily, at seventy
five cents a month, by addres,?iog a noto, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
NEW SEA ISLAND COIION.-Tho Savannah
News of Thursday, Septembor 2,say8 : "Messrs.
L. J. Guihnart.u & Co. yo3terday received one
bale uf sea island o ?ton of tho now crop, from
tho plantation ot Samuol Swindle, in Liberty
County. Tho balo weighea throe hundred and
thirty pounds, aud ?ras of fine staple. This,
we bolieve, is the third bale of the new crop
INCOMES OF PROFESSIONAL MEN.-Under
the following clause of an ordiaanoe "to raise
supplies for the year 1869 and for other pur?
poses," tho professional men of the city, phy?
sicians, lawyers and dentists, returned their
cross incomes to the City Assessor: "Three dol?
lars on every hundred dollars of gross income
and all gross profits derived from the pursuits
of any faculty, profession, occupation or em?
ployment, or from the exercise of any office,
whether in the profession of the law, the pro?
fits derivo 1 from tho costs of snits, counsel
fees or other sources of professional moomes,
and also from the practice of dentistry. Sec."
The Assessor has put tho returns in alpha?
betical order, Bbowing that those whose
names commence with the letter A returned
for the ten mouths ending on the 30th of
June, 1869 $300; B $8645; C $2212; D $3890; O
$3300; H $3476; I and J $194; ?$400; L $1650;
M $12 460; Mo $3235; O $1350; P $17 394; R
$8323; S $13 404; T $10 966; W $1650; Y $2090.
There were no returns from auy parties
whoso names commenced with tho letters E,
P. Q, U, V or Z.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, SEPTEMBER 3. - Pavilion
LloleL-J. W. Ant dy, Orange nure; J. M. Mi
kell, St. Paul's Parish; Dr. J. Murray. Goose
Creek; J. A. Baldwin, Ouurdin's; J. H. Moetze,
Lexington; A. Palmor, Columbia; J. H. Der
Charleston Hotel-Captain Friable, brig Cy?
clone; A. J. Holman, Orangeburg; J. Chadi
neb, New York; H. L. Ooss. Union; D. M.
Johnstone, Burke County, Ga.; A. O. Good?
win, City; James Low, Columbia; J. T. Wells,
W. P. Wells, Borne, Ga.
1 nat Censas.
CBABLESTON, S. C., SEPTEM?EJI 8, 1869.
TO THE EDtTOB OF THE NEW-'.
Ia your issue of thi>. m jraing you stale that
you "are prepared to prove inst there has
been groat carelessness on the part of the cen?
sus-takers in not o tiling upon all the citizens
and getting their names. You further state
tbat. npon inquiry, the facts elicited by you
are as follows," viz:
"Of four persons in tho clitoral rooms of TBS
NEWS, two ii*4 been called upon.
' Of mur p rjons in the business office, none
had nc. n cal.ea npon.
"Of two in thc job office, one bad boen called
' Of eleven in tho composing room, only live
had beeu called upon.
"Three colored waiters at a table at tho
Charleston Hotel were asked if they had boon
called upon by tbe census-takers, and asserted
that they had not been.
"Several merotrants aiong the Bay have stated
that they knew nothing whatever about the
census being taken until they saw tbe returns
"Atamoeting Wednesday night, of seven per?
sona asked only one had been called npon."
Concerning the first and second charges, I
beg leave to state that Mr. W. H. Gibbes, ono
of my assistants, and a gentloman weil known
in tins community, called at your orno or
the desired information, and was informed that
no one resined OD the premises; be also called
at the Charleston Hotel, and was rcquestea by
the bookkeeper to leave a blank, and he, the
said bookkeeper would fill it with tho names
of the permanent boarders and emp'oyees,
winch was done, and the record of said board?
ers and employees was made from said return,
as furnished by the proprietor or his agent.
I will answer the charge purporting to have
come from several merchmts by stying, it
was quite likey thht the names of many per?
sona doing business upon tho Bay and else?
where were taken at their residen us without
their knowledge, for my assistants wera also
etirollera of tbe militia, and woro instruoted to
record the names, asea, occupations and resi?
dences of persons rosidiui> in tho oity. All
places of bu-uness were visited, and the only
question nsked was. does any one reside upon
tbe premises., and. whenever a nog itivo an?
swer w ts given no tun her luquirv was made.
It must, however, be remembered that 1 have
to rely npon ibo mere statements of parties
called upon, as tho law does not empower the
census-takers tu oxaot an oath. Crusting the
above will provo HS isfactorv to the public, as
well as to you Mr. Editor, 1 rem un,
Yours, very respt ctrnliy.
R. C. Da L ARO B ,
Census-taker Chariostoti County".
[We do not Mee ?hat this monds tte matter, or
shows in any way that the census is less iuoor
rect than wo believe it io be. S > muob for the
census. One word as to UaLaigj's kuowlodgo
of his duties. He says he was obliged to trust
to thc veracity of the persons who were ask id
for the information, because ho is not author?
ized to require that information lo bo given
on oath, l be 4th section of thc ceums law re?
quire each hoad or member of a family to
make the return on oath, and au'.boriass the
persons taking the census to administer the
oath. So much foi the census-taker 11-Era
BUBltt BBS NOTICBB.
FALL STTL?.-Silk Hats recoived by to days
steamer. C. fl. JOHNSON.
Sept 4 1 No. 269 Kmg-strcet.
AKBBIOAH House Refeotory aar1, lunch room
is an exocllent institution for those whose aUy
iu Boston will not admit dining at the table
d'ho'e. This is but one of the many conveni?
ences furnished tho travelling pahua.
LIGHT READING FOB THE WARM WEATHER.
Our irtenda in the country wno do -ire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular pnoes, are re (erred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Righter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy Ring-street dealer iu books
and periodicals of all kinds. His list will bo
found to tnolade something to sait ovort taste,
and it HOP ms to us % rryarvol how he can afford
to send his books by mail over th? oooutry,
vosi-paid at the ridiculously low prices nameti.
QI1AKLE8T?? H O T B L ,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH GASOLINA.
TOI? FII!ST-CI,?H3 HOTEL M'UtTKO IN A
pleasant location, aud ta the ba-uaees portion of the
cit-, re ad-rs it the most <iestrat>lo Hotel for sith er
p<-ravio>'ut or tran- om Russia, . bc accommodations
are un? arpas-ed. havi i? exteoaiVH suites <-i elegantly
fu ratsfead ap rt moo ts lot fmiieea d singlo teat le?
ns "O Tu?- propn*tor will endeavor io mai malu tl e
hL'h reputation e joyed by tliu "i'barlesiou" as a
Snit class boas-*, auu uo effort ?id be ?uared to de?
soir? a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore be?toweS upon it
The bon of Live y accommodations will be found
adjoining trio establishment.
I be bout? I* supplied wltb the celebrated Ario
siaa Water ot winch deii^hitul bahs can be bi*
either day or night, h. H. J ?..'K-O*,
July 18 Prnprietoa.
?1 T . CLOUD HOTBZi.
r HIS WEW ANO OOiiJMOl (ODS BOUHE, T.OCAT
SD oorner ot Broadwat and Korty-seooad-sireet.
posecones a i v intake-, on t all other house? tor ihe ar
cotiimodatioo o (ts puesta, it waa built expreaelj
for a Br?t-cl ?HS family bngvcdiag house-tho room ,
belair large abd en *uite. beatoa t y siena-?nb kui
moil cold w ter. and furnished socon'l to tnn>; ?in ir
the culinary lepartmenr is in tbt- most eiperlmso*
vanda, at) rdi >g anorta an unequalled table.
one of Aiwood's Patent i levaior? is aiao amona
toe "in >dern improvements" auo at the service of
ernesta at al> boors.
Ihe t)roadwi> and Omveraity Ptae- Tars pass tbe
door everv tour "toutes, rutntu ? trout tba nit]
Had io Ceutrd Paik, while tee Mitt aiv even tb
A venae'ines ar-* out a short block <>n eituer als?,
a nord i og ample f.icliittps for coromumcatia? iriui all
'be deixi'H, steamtKMt1 landings, olaeos of atruae
0Y>Dt a'"1 hu- ino-a of the great metropolis.
MO KB a% HULL. KY, Propriet?r?.
ai arah 12 ?mts
?JTJ A N K K B S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEBB AND MEB
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of soy description, can get their order?
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cbeap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
HO East Bay.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGBAPH8
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
Honae. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the Btyle of coloring preferred.
July 23 3mos*
KW ROUTE NORTH!
THE ST. LOOTS
IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY]
Is now open for butin?es from
COLUMBUS, KT., TO ST. LOUIS.
Slaking the quickest, safest and only all rafi route
to st. Louis.
Passengers taking tbis route avoid one changa of
cars and a tedious rivr transfer of twenty mile?,
and arrive in M. Loni* FOUK AND A HALF HOUBS
In advancs of any other Bead.
a?-Trains leave Columbus upon Ute arrival of
tra?na on the Mobile and ohio Baursad.
W. B ALLEN,
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
^il'TII CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S- OFFICE,
OBASLESTOS, H. 0., April 9, me?.
OM AND A FT EB SDI^DAl, APBIL 11TH, THU
PlSSLITGEB THAIN'S of the South Carolu s Rail?
road will run as follows :
FOB AU G Bbl A.
Leave Charleston.8.80 a. si,
Arrive at augusts.?.4.6 P. M.
CounecUng with trains for Montgomery, Mempbi>
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery w
Leave Charleston.g.fO A. Al,
Arrive at Colum n?.6.10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B?ll
road, ?nc Camden tram
Leave Augusta.a.oo A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Leave Gomm bia.7 45 A. ll
Arrive st Charleston.6.10 P. X
AUGC8TA NIGHT EXPBK88
Leave Oarh'truu.7.XI' p. ot.
Arrive at Augusta.6.1U A. 'J
Oonneodng wltb trains tor Memphis, Na?hvil!'
and Hew Orleans, v's Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta.4.10 F. M
Arrive st Charleston.1.00 A. .V
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPBBhfi.
I?DTTDATB SXCEPTED. )
Leave Charleston.6.06 P. M
Arrive at Colombia.1.46 A. M
Connecting i sundays excepted) with Green ville sm
[.??Te Columbia.6.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
8 fl M M K KV ILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.36 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.(0 P. M.
Leave Summerville.T.10 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.6.25 A. V
CAMDBN BB ANO H.
Camden and ' olumbt > Pacsencer Tra?na on Mo*,
navs, WEI NE8DAT8 and SSTUBDAM, connecte wab
np and down Osy Passengers it Ringville.
beavo Oamriea.0.35 A. M,
Arri>eat Columbia......ll.ou A. M
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M,
flign"rt> nc. T. '-KAKIL.
April ie General Rur>*nn???vieot.
Shirts un? /nrntfilni?? (fton?s.
rn M EC ORKAT SENSATION,
Superior Fitting Shirts.
POFULAB ABD RELIABLE
Opposite Market Hall.
BUIR 1 H.
S Fl I KI'S
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS READY MADE, ALL SIZES.
Directions for Measurement, kc,
SENT BX MAIL.
NO. ?Il? Kl*?-?TB>HlliT,
Oas dcor b I iw Majket
GREAT ft BOU ?TIOS
IN PBU-Bi Of
aar TRY IT.
g ff \MfiMlING ABO HAlH-CtlTTlrtG.
LADIES AND JHILIMW?N
sttended al their residences promptly ?nd at reisea
?end ostlers to
W. B-MARSHALL, Barber,
No, 31 Broaii-?ireee inn siaino
J (I H V 0. A b K I A N O E.K ,
NOTARY PUtiLIO AND GENERAL AGBNT,
f?o. ts stroad-street.
BI8PECTFVLL7 SOUCI!H BOBIN 888 IN Aa?
JCHTING ACCOUNTS ol Merchanu and others,
and In WBTTlrlt* OP AND POSTING their Roo h .
.Ithsr ia part or whole, Ac, January 9
C. A I. DEN & CO.,
No. 34J PINE-ST BEET,
NEW YORK CITY.
W. C. ALDEN, l""T",t
WM. ELLIOTT, J I,ow Iorl?.
J. M. MOKOAN, lato of Chariest jn, S. C.
Negotiate Sales of SOD TE ERN BEAL ESTATE,
and exchanges of the suns for Merchandise, Ac.
Befer to Messrs. Geo. A. Trenbolm A SOD, Charles.
tan. 8. C._Sept 4
jpALL AND WINTER IMPORTATION.
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND 8TBAWGOOD8
ARM STRONG, GATOR # CO.,
Noa. 337 and 930 Baltimore-Street,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
BONNET AND TIIIH tl IN G RIBBONS,
VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS,
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Velvets, Illusions, Blonde,
Laces, Ruches, Nets and Crapes,
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnets and Ladles* Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed. -
SILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HATS,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
TUE LARGEST STOCK OF MILLI ?EBY GOODS
IN* THIS COUNTRY, and n.iequal'ed in choice
variety, which wo offer at prices that will defy com?
?-ORDERS S OL IOU ID. Imo AuguBtH
Jjt B KIN KI? KA HI S Li Y li A R D,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
t l M I MU A T I .
JOS- Ask your ?rocci for onr Brand of j
Lard In these Packages.
Packed In 3 tc, S lb, 10 lb Oaddlee; 60 lb Cans for
EhipmenL Cheapest mode for selling Lard, fend
for Price List.
?Poid by Grocers in Charleston.
Mav 29 D*O stnthSmo
POBTBAIT AND PIOTURK FRAME MANU FAQ
No. 345 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
LOO H?G-GLAHSES of all stet* fitted to Frames.
Jul? ^?M_PAO fmw3m?
rpo ?J >I A N J. It ATM BR Ai CO..
Paxtionlar attention to Spoeial Biands for Orooers
Nos. 29 LIBERT, Y-STREET AND 61 MAIDEN LANE.
Jt3f Samples sent to responsible houses.
' BK1S2!!, ?1BS GILT,
/ " A. Porcelain,
\?K/A T?atrvjmrt HO Cl-mn],
/Oj^t wmi Till PATENT
/MA \ DROP FIXTURE,
/aBlA *w ?III 11 nu M ?rum..
Tho Original aal cal/
__^^H^Wfe^?fer; Eollatlo Totora nade.
\ 11 V 'lis?/ cm be aPP|,c<] to
Tf I IfWa^lSBffi^W any Stair Hod. either
JI J 9^K?ljMw?|Mfil'oniid or Flat, and
' \ I fli^?^BKg^OW i reventa its slipping
J fl ff TO|g^?,'^'rro''1 l's place.
Sat C^l^rPBB^^BffiS Ask for thc
JJ Mattattafi^S^JBWW Titt-t Crop Tixttm,
MS3?^!^:?S^ CaTPet Dealers,
^BBp^gM^y^ANU BUY NO OTHER.
-?t^gjjv*^ BI2AS3 Airo znro
Por Botels, Restaura PU und Public Buildings,
W. T. ?k J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St. N.Y
?yyAlLKY COTTON TIES.
A SIIPPSY OF THC- FAVORITE AND JUSTLY
celebra ed COTTON 1 IE Ju?t reortved and for sale
by STREE 1 BBOTHER1" A CO..
- opt 2 4_No. 74 East Bay.
?piOR BALING COTTON,
DlLLOM'S UNIVERSAL WROUGHT IRON
THIS FAVOBITE TIE MALE OF THE BE-IT
qna?tv of imn and possesses ud^antatres lor the
?conomical baJIntt ot' cotton most important to the
planter mo hint nd factor.
For sal? in larn?aud small lo'a io! a bundle) st re?
duced raus WILLIAM NOACH A 00.,
August 9 Imo Aaents for Hrttth Carolin?
J T. HVlnPbHF,VS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
SION MER CHA A 7.
SAL?S OF RKAL EHlAlK. ST0CK9. B0>T>8t SB
OUHiriKS AV li PKRf?NAL FHOPfcKTX
No. 5? ? BIM) ' O-STilKKT
OHABLJCTON, b. C.
K tr EREN CES.
Bon. HE**ttl BniHT, W. J. MAUP.ATH, iso,.
' louerai JAM F" H OUNN^H. 7. H. ffAOISiJ. r.ao.
i ir Tri ? ?
p B T IC II VOT 4 H Sf
TURN KR AND DEALER IN IVORY,
BILLIARD BALLS A. ND CUBS,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLI vRU CLOTH, 00F8.
Letter Obalk, and Billiard Mi-rchapdise in general.
No. 80 h niton-street. New York.
May 7 'fmos
prag5t W?m\ca\Si (Str.
JjlEVEK AND AGUE,
']? lix FROM WBICH MANKIND SDFPEB
W? over a large part of tbs globe, is the
I JBT ? consequence of a diseased action in
HPT^ky thesystem, induced by the poison
yous ruiiMD of vegetable dies y This
Jl j^^/exhalation is evolved l y the action
M ~~ of solar heat on wet soil, and rises
W with the watery vapor fi om it
While the sun ls below fte horizon this vapor
lingers near the earth's surface, and the virus
is taken with lt through the Inn v" into the blood.
There it -acts as sn Irritating poison on the
internal viscera and excreting organs of the bodv.
The liver becomes torpid and fails to secrete cot
only this virus, but also tbs bile from the blood.
Both the virus and tho bile accumulate in th? circu?
lation, and produce vio ent constitutional disorder.
The spleen, the kidneys, and the stomich sympa?
thise with the liver, and become disordered also.
Finally, the instinct of our organism, as ii in an at?
tempt to exoet th? noxious infusion, concentrates
the ?hole blood of the body in the internal excreto?
ries to force tbem to cast il out. The blood leaves
the surface, and rushes io the central organs with
congestive violence. This is the Cb?L But in this
effort it tails. Then the Fever follows, in which the
blood leaves the central organs and rushes to the
surface, aa it in another effort to expel the irritating
poison (brough that other great excretory-the skin.
In this also lt fails, and tuc system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and wjita tor the recovery of
strength to repeat tbs hopeless effort another day.
These are (he fits of paroxysms ol Fever and Ague.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the h eil th if it ls not removed.
We have labored to nnd, and have found an anti?
A Y UK'S AGUfC Ct'RE,
Which neutralises thia malarious poison In tho
blood, and stimulates tbe liver to expel it from the
body. As it should, ro it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And lt does mote,
or rather does what is of more service to those sub?
ject to this infection. If taken in 8<-aaon it expels
it from the svstem as it isabsorued, and thus keeps
those who use it I reo irom Ks attacks; deeps the sys?
tem in health although exposed to the disease. Con.
aequentlv it not only cute?, bat protects from, the
gre it variety ot affectio ;s which are Induced by thia
malignant induenoe, each as Remittent Fever, Chill
Fever. Dumb, or Masked Ague,Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache. Bilious Ft-xere, f-euraJpia.
Rheumatism Gout, Blindness. Toothache rarache,
Catarrh. Asthma, Palpitations Painful Affections of
tho spleen, Hyaierlcs, Colic, Paralysis, and fainfnl
Affect ons < f the Stomach and L'owels, all of which,
when arielng frcm this cause, will be found to as?
sume, more or b-es, the Intermittent type. This
"AGUE CUitK." removes the causeof these derange?
ments ard cures the disease.
I his it accomplishes by stimulating the excreto?
ries to expel the virus from the system; and tbese
organs by dei;recs become habited to de this, their
effloe. of their own accord. Hence anses what w
term acclimatation. Time may accomplish the same
end, but often Me is not long enough, or is sacrlnced
rn the attempt, while this ' Ague Cure" does lt at
once, and with safety. We bave g'eat re ison to be?
lieve ibis is a surer aa weil aa safer remedy for the
whole class of diseases wbich are canard ny the mi?
asmatic in ceti D. than any other which has bean
discovered; and it has stiU another important ad?
vantage to the public, which ls, that lt is cheap as
well aa good.
Dr. J. c. AYER di Co., Lowell, Mass .
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
F fice One Dollar per bottle.
Sold at Whole sale, by
DOWIE st MOISE,
charleston. South Carolina,
And,by Retail Druggists everywhere.
June 98 nao stoth3mos
^t J. I? V H Cl ,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. E. Corner of Kins; and John-Stn.
SPECIAL AND PERSON AL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PBBFUM BRIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AND PUFF]
BOJTES. TOILET SETS, dc.
GUM INK BAY Ul'M.
18 UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER. A TRIAL
.TILL RKPAY YUM.
L?HN't? FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Have no equal for strength and pun ty, and ought to
be used by a^l
SODA WATCH DEALERS AND fCE CREAM MANU?
Mr. E. H. JAOXBOH. Proprietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "I recommend your Extracts without
hesitation to the public for leo Creams, Jellies and
Mr?. H. M. BuLTKBPiELn, Proprietress of tho Pa?
vilion Hotel, eave: "Ihey are well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal in (hem or use i hem "
These Extracts are put up in smaU vials, by the
dosen, for tho trade and (orally use, and to pint,
quart and half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and High Kock Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Any ?rcele desired, not fa Stock, will be procured
Goods delivered in the city FREE OF CHARGE,
june 8 nao ruths Smo
rjptlE BIS ll UP PILLI
TUE BISHOP FILL 1
THE BISHOP Pl Lia I
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Ooated.)
"COKTAllV B?SHOP PILI,,
''Is of extraordinary ethcaoy for Costiveness, Indi?
gestion, Dyxptipsia, Headache. Nervous Debility,
Live? complaint." " rn? best PILL m the world."
Medical Journal, September a.
t RY T H E Ml
JSS- AH Drngctstaiu CHARLESTON MB (bett.
k* COSTAR'? ?
..costar'n" Kui. Iluactx, die. Kxterma's.
.?tfO'tatW Bed Baa Exterminators.
?Costau-V (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only infallible Remedies known."
"18 > ear- cstabli'hed in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks msnn&rtored daily.'
..I 11 Beware 111 of spurlou? imitations."
"All Druggists in CBARLKtrON sell them."
For fl. Vi, $1 and $5 sizes, Address
"COSTAR" CUMPA tY,
So. 13 Mownrd-irtrect, New York,
Hold lu CH ABLES TON, 8. 0" by
? OODK ICH, WIM KUAN dt CO.
?.>.?>? 93 nae iyr
Purities the Blood.
in? (Sal? ky Draaajtns Everywhere.
Residence No. 59 Tradd-ttreet, near Meeting.
BY K. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On THURSDAY, 9th instsnt, at ll o'clock, will bo
sold at ihr < i Jd Poatofflc-, Broad-street,
The above, containing tour rquaro rooms and pao
try, outbuilding., ciato?, gas, ?cc. Lot 99 by 10*
feel, more or leas.
Terms- Une-four'h cash ; balance in one, tw > aM
three years, B.-cured by bona and mortgage; baud?
in i; to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay ns for papers and stamps.
Nos. 622 and 624 King ?treel, near Mary.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On THURSDAY. 9th Instant, at ll o'olook. will be
sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad-street,
The above PRKML-KS, containing besides th?
stares, five square rooms and attics, wida kitchen, out?
tern, gas, Ac Lot 30 by 300 feet more or less.
Term -One-half cash; balance in o*e and two
years, seemed by bond and mortgage; buildings to
be insured and policy assigned. Pureba sec to pay
us for papers and ?tarnt?. . thstoi Sept 1
jflatninttt), ^Lastings, (Ctr.
K KUM ? TU 3M
horse power, including tho
oeleorstei Corliss Cut-off:
Engines, slide Valve Sta*
tlonarv Engines, Portahle
Engines, Ac. Also, Clreo
ar Mulay and Gang ?aw
Mills, Sugar Cane \ Us.
halting Pulley?, lie. Lath
and Shingle Milla. Wheal
and Corn Mills, Clrouvar
Saws. Belting, ftc, sen*
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD & MANN STEAM fcNGINE CU.,
l'ehruary ls _PMca, New York.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT 18 NOW FUBNTSHINa
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOXLEBS, of vari?os sisas
IMPROVED VERTICAL aND HORIZONTAL COBS
MILLS, SOGAR HILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all mies
H0B8B POWEBS AND GIN GEARING, from 9 te
16 feet in diameter
IMPBOVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hanl
power, Haw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of sU desert prisas
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN-CO 7BRS, SASH WEIGHTS,, ?c, ?et
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIS1 AND FOUND HS.
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0,
August 3 nrws
Jkufjbj (?l)emic?l37 Cte.
JZ ROSAD ALIS, j
I X??a^^t* ?
ROS AD ALIS.
GOODRICH. WINKMAN di CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,
May8 ituthlyr CHARLESTON, jj 0.
?1 kV . P A JV I? ft I S ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. O
THE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of the best Imported and Domes- '
DEATH "TO FLIES.
SURE AND 6PBEDY D?H1 RUCTION V
lbi5 TROUBLESOME YISITOB.
KOK SALE BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE GR REAM,
B-Sr THB ADVBRTI8BB. <i
Which have e?ia*li?bed for tbemselvta a reputada?
surpassed by nome.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes ta
merit a continuance of the public patronage whidn
has hitherto Men extended to him.
February ia tothsly?