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THE DAILY NEWS.
Largest Circulation.-iVL? DAILY NEWS
ytjBWO TBE NEWSPAFEB OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS BA TING TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN TBE CITY OF CB ARLESTON,
PUBLISHES TBS.L1ST OF LETTERS REMAIN
INO IN THE FOSTOFFICE AT I IA I END Ol
FACB WEBE, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF TBE NEW P0ST0FF1CB LAW.
Auction Sale? Tilla Day.
Knox, DALI & Co. will sell at 10 o'olook, at
their store, fnrnilure, Canary birds, Ac.
MILKS DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
.Store, boots, shoes, and hah?.
WnxiAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock,
ai his storo, household furniture, carpels, 4c.
THE DAILT NEWS PRICE CUBBSNT ANO COM?
MERCIAL CXECUIAB will be ready for delivery at
our coan ting-room at DID; o'olook this morn?
ing. Single copies 'fire cents. Orders for ten
-copies and over will be filled at the rate of two
and a half cents per copy.
SALE OF Cm STOCX.-Yesterday Mr. 8am
nel C. Black sold $10,000 city six per cent,
stock (ox October interest) at 56*.
A WORD TO MERCHANT*.- if you want job
?rioting done at very cheap rates, call at THE
EWS JOB OFFICE. Business oards 13 and op
wards per thousand.
EXBCDTTVS APPOINTMENTS.-George L.
Holmes and Jecnincs H. Perry, of Charleston,
have been appointed by Governor Scott nota?
rles public. John G. Eulow has been appoint?
ed mi gistrate for Y jrk County.
Crrr HAMO ENGINES.-THE NEWS has already
mentioned that the Prudence and United Fire
Companies (colored) had drawn city band en?
gine) Nos. 6 and 7, and when they undo a de?
mand for thom were refused, and tho matter
rd red to the Board of Firemasters. This i
^XJbody met Wednesday night, and resolved that I
the companies should have the engines upon j
demand. . _
CBOMB3.-The investigation of the charges
prolerred against, the city engineer will be oom- I
m en ced before the Council committee at three I :
o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Mesara. Stenhouse & Co. were arraigned be?
fore the Mayor yesterday, to answer the charge :
of selling floor to bakers without the same
having been inspected. The firm was fined :
The members of the Washington Steam Fire
Eogine> Company participated in the serenade
to this office Wednesday night. I '
Major D. T. Corbin, yesterday, represented I \
the city in the case of Stenhouse & Co. It is h
presumed from this that he does not intend to 11
resign the oity attorneyship. 11
Dario g the past sommer a number of plant
eifctried upon selected places a new remedy for
the destruction of the caterpillar, and report I i
that it accomplished its purpose. The princt- 1i
pal ingredient of this remedy is carbolic acid.
Workmen are busily engaged in repairing i
the Planters' and Mechanics' Bank building. I |
Ur. O. Beyer has withdrawn from the Sued
Uoher Correspondent. Messrs. Erokmannand j
K&uders now compose the firm. I >
A emelling committee, it is asserted, will be <
appointed at the next meeting of Council to 1'
?.nose ont the whereabouts" of the oity re- JI
Alderman Howard, negro, we learn, is in fa-1 I
vor of paying United States District Attorney, I c
D. T. Corbin his little bid, although he ?
was one of the warmest opponents of the 11
claim at the "secret session." B
The fines imposed by the Mayor yesterday t
amounted to $185. 1
George Simmons and W. H. Lee, colored, got c
into a fight outside of the city, daring which i
Simmons broke Lee's arm. Simmons was com- <
mit ted to jail by Magistrate Misha w, colored. ]
United States Commissioner Horlbeck is ex- <
peeled to return to the city in a fow days to
hear the cases of the United States-vs. the
Maokeys, who are bharged with obstructing 1
ColieoCor Clark in tho discharge of his dut ies. 1
David Morrison, Jack Holloway and Frank 1
Selly, negroes, were committed to jail yes ter- 1
day to await an examination upon the charge (
of committing the burglary at the store of h
Keiara. Andrews & Salvo, on last Sunday 1
morning. I '
Ifce negro Carr, alias Greene, about: whom '
Magistrate Bunch wrote that lucid letter, 1
which appearedm yesterday's Narwa, was be- !
fore that '. magistrate yesterday upon the 1
charge of stealing from Captain Meyers at the *
Six-mile House. There was Strong evidence :
against him, and be was committed to jail rn* 1
default of $100 bad. <
J. Nelson, colored, waa before Magistrate 1
Uisbaw, colored, yesterday, complaining that '
Abraham Dennis shot at him and wounded
him in the leg while he waa moving off the <
road in obedience to an order from Dennis. D. 1
was arrested and committed to jail to await an (
examination apon the charge of assaulting
with intent to kill.
John C. Daly, a member of the State con- I ;
Btabulary force, hu been dishonorably dis- 1
charged without pay, for disobedience of 1
orders, insubordination and drunkenness. Mea- (
eures are oa foot to unearth the alleged acts ,
cf rascality committed in California by a more 11
distinguished member of the force than the I j
one jost decapitated. I,
Tho workmen employed on the nsw Opera I i
House are laboring day and night. 11
It ia stated that Council has not yet received 1
official notice front Codifier of the Laws, ?to., 11
D. T. Corbin of bia desire to be paid $7000, and
wheo omeral notiflcsrtion ia given, there will be I ,
a discussion in open meeting.
The drummers ?rho have been nabbed by our I '
detectives have donbtleas circulated the fact, j
as on yesterday a drummer went to the detec- ,
rive office and stated that he bad just arrived i
in the city, and desired to know what steps he 1
should take to enable him to "dram" without 1
lay ID g himself liable to arrest for non-com- I,
plianoe with ordhuncec. . i
The cobble stones, which will have to bo re- 1
moved if the Nicolson pavement be laid, are I i
valued at $3182-a dollar per square yard.
The change of schedule of the Magnolia om- 1
ni bas line gives oar citizens an opportunity of j
visiting Magnolia Cemetery every day between j \
the boors of nine A. M. and six and a half
The contract for rebuilding the Stonewall en- I i
gine boase bas not yet been awarded. 1
The derk of the 8tate Court, on inquiry, in- t
formed na yesterday that Commiustonera of i
Election, 4L, D. f. Corbin had not instituted 1
suit against the eily. I (
It ia reported that a colored base ball dob of (
this oity propose playing a game in Uartnnah, jr
with a olob of that place at aa carly day.
The owner of the tiaonted house coolem- ]
phstea-if some one does not rent it very soon- j 1
-openteg it to cariosity seekers, charging so IJ
mach per head. 11
There seems to be a "masterly inactivity'' I \
in regard to the proposed race between the 11
Oriole, of Charleston, and the King Cotton, of I (
Savannah. Toe Ring Cotton ia hardly large ]
enomgh to contain, ia addition to her crew, the (
prJM abe baa won daring the past twelve or J
thlrteui . |]
MEETING OF THE ALMSHOUSE COM
Aldermen L. F. Wall and Robert How
ard. Colored, have a Little Squabble
The Lie ls Passed-No Fight-Alderman
A rucetiup of the Commissioners or the Alms?
house, was held on Wednesday afternoon laut.
These meetings are never open to reporters,
and they, of conree, have to rely altogether
npon persoTfiLoresent for an account of the
Our informant states that it was resolved to
advertise for proposals to famish wood for the
Almshouse from the 1st of October, 1869, to the
1st of April, 1870.
Also, to send five ot the white children in the
Almshouse to the Orphanboase.
Also, to furnish clothing to sixty of the in?
mates-many of whom are nearly naked.
Also, to pat ten colored inmates, men and
women, who have been huddled together in one
small room of a shanty, connected with the
Almshouse, into a wing of the building. There
are accommodations for two hundred and fifty
persons in the Almshouse, but there are only
seventy in it at present.
It was reported that thirty of the outdoor
pensioners needed no further relief, and their
names were stricken from the roll. Forty per?
sons who applied to be placed npon the same
roll were examined and their applications
Daring this examination Alderman Howard,
colored, was insulting in some of bis questions
to some of the colored and white applicants,
and was rebuked by the chairman of the b 5ard.
When the question of removing the ten col?
ored inmates came np, he made some remarks
concerning the inmates of the Old Folk's
Home, whom he described to be in a loathsome
Alderman L. F. Wall, colored, made some
remarks upon the question, and in so doinc
commented upon the language of Howard;
whereupon Howard jumped up and called Wail
a liar. This created considerable excitement,
bat Wall continued his remarks, saying that
he regarded both the epithet and the man who
u tered it with contempt; but be desired tho
board >o say whether or not he was correct in
saving that Howard had used the language he
attributed to bim.
. A rote was taken, which sustained Wall;
whereupon Howard left the room.
It is stated that Howard, who has been tar?
nishing the Almshouse 'with wood, was very
indignant because of the passage of the reso?
lution to advertise for proposals to furnish
fuel, and let his anger get the better of him.
Bat we are informed that on several occasions
he has been not only rode, bat insulting to
female applicants at the Almshouse for relief.
A NEW OFFICIAL FOB CHARLESTON.-The
Washington Star says : "Hr. John W. Rawlins,
3lerk io the office of the Secretary of the Treas?
ury, bas resigned to accept the appointment of
the United States Inspector and Measurer at
Charleston, S. C."
THE HIBERNIAN HALL.-Mr. O. B. Collins,
the lessee of this place of amusement, bas
mitten a letter to Mr. Barns, stating that he
would start from New York with bis compaoy
tra the 24th of this month, and give the first
performance here on the 4th of October.
COULDN'T RAISE THE STAMPS.-Every citi?
zen, doubtless, expected to Bee oar streets
:rowdei with colored people yesterday-the
IS nal number being increased one thousand
>y the advent of the darkies from the Darling
on and Cheraw Districts. Bat the train
>roaght them not, and many of oar colored 1
ii tineas, who are never more delighted than ?
rhea in a crowd, were disappointed. A dis
latch waa received from Florence yesterday '
itating that eighteen box cars, provided with
?enchea, were on hand to bring the one thou
taod visitors, bat, at the last moment, the
.omrcittee gave notice that the proposed visit
vonld have to be postponed, stating* tbat the 1
me thousand dollars demanded by the rail
.03d company for transportation both ways
:oald not be raised.
THAT NICOLSON PAVEMENT. - There bas
>een mach discussion about the Nicolson
lavement, and also several measurements to
?certain how mach of tbe streets it will be
lecessary to pave; bat nothing definite was aa
sertained until yesterday, when tho matter
iras pat in the hands of the Cit.v Engineer.
Sis report shows that tbe total nam ber of
iqaare yards to be paved is three thousand one
aundred and eighty-two, which, at a cost of
two dollars au i seventy-five cenia per square
y ard, would amouut to $8593. It is claimed
that as the pavement will also be of benefit to
those having business in tbe county budd?
ings, the county should pay ita share of the ex?
pense, whiob is estimated to be $4493 for laying
>*nethousand six hundred and sixty-foar of
the three thousand one hundred and eighty
;wo yards necessary to be laid.
It is thought that the Couuty Commission
3rs will not consent to pay anything, bat the
committee will, it is believed, report in favor
)f having the pavement laid anyhow.
JOHN ROBINSON'S CIRCUS COMING.-John
Robinson's great circos and menagerie is now
in Virginia. It will be here next montb. A
correspondent of the New Yolk Clipper t ays :
Yon will see by the present coarse that the
destination of this concorn is Seath, of which
section it proposes to make every accessible
and available point. It is already enlarginc
Tor the campaign, and is now one of the most
formidable est abiishmon ts on wheels. A horn?
ed horse was added, with some othar rare and
lesser attractions, on August, 21st, which go to
make ap a zoological display of sixteen well
filled deas of wild animals and tropic birds.
Mr. Robinson, in addition to this, has nego?
tiated for a white lama and other attractions,
which will combine one of the best menageries
tbat have been Sooth or Weat. The last natu?
ral specimens are expected ia Washington.
The leading featoro of the procession this win?
ter will oe a magnificent band chariot, costing
from 16000 to $7000, and drawn by forty cream
horses, two abreast. In tile front, beside and
above the driver, will bo mounted Robinson's
great Bongal tiger, supposed to be the largest
BDecimen on exhibition ia this country, lo the
centre, on each side, will be placed an African
leopard, while in the rear in niches, aa aro the
otb TH, will be anpinioned a pair, male and fe?
male, of African lions. Thia glittering and
start ing feature of the procession, to be made
in nearly every city and town this coming win?
ter, will be received by the circus in Richmond.
The already excel! nt circus department, con?
taining Cordelia, Mons. Franconi, M'lle Fran
sis. Master Frank. John Wilson, John Lowlow,
Prank Robins >n and a host of arenic talent,
mil be largely augmented.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, SEPTEMBER LS_Pavilion
Hotel_Kirk Robinson, Orangebarg; R. B.
la?aban, E. M. Speight, Sooth Carolina; R. H.
Jedgmeck, Steamship Saragossa; H; A. Dan
vody, Georgia; P. H. B. Bhuler, Walrerboro';
rV. 0. Brace, Clarendon; H. B. Clark, South
karolina; A. M. Hubbard, Soothern Express
3ompanv; 8. P. Oliver, Clarendon; L. T. Har?
ts, Timonsville; T. L. Webb, City.
Charleston Hotel.-Captain C. W. Callahan,.
1 Blubis. New fork; W. J. Walker and lady,
Kiss M. L. Roberts, Hrs. J. E. Jackson, A. B.
Phelps, Warrenton, Ga.; P. C. McNulty,8avan
lah; M. W. Tiimb, J. C. Sherman, S. C. Heigh,
Washington, Qa.; 8. T. MoCants, 0. A. Obeat
uun, W. H. Bronson, Edgefield; J. B. Cook, J.
X Gillett, Georgia; H. 8. Heddie, New York;
I. Hiaa, Baltimore; H. 3. Meldon, Mobile; J.
J. Dutch and wife, Georgia; J. A. Miles, Dr. D.
f. Miles, Marion; H. G. Brown, Baltimore; 8. ,
}. Owen, Alabama, I
FOUND, Aa AIS. - A gold ai m lot which had
been lost, was advertised in yesterday's NEWS,
and the owner's heart was rejoiced in the
course of a few hours. Everybody reads THE
OT?TEB SOUP, boiled fish, boiled mutton,
with caper sauce, and all the trimmings, will
ba served up for lunch at Torck'a to-day.
LIGHT READING FOB THE WABK WEATHER.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to tho advertise?
ment of Mr. G. G. Righter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer ia books
and periodicals of all kinds. ?7ia list will be
found to include something to snit every taste,
and it seems to ns a marvel how he can afford
to send his books by mail over the country,
post-paid, at the ridiculously low prices named.
Stitts an) /nrniajrag ?ooo$.
f?9. ?819 KISG-STRKET,
One door below Market
IM PRICES OF
SW TRY IT.
rjlHR GREAT SEWS A TIO
Superior Fitting Shirts.
POPULAR. AND RELIABLE
Opposite Market Hall.
SBIBTS MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS READY MADE, ALL SISES.
Directions for Measurement, kc-,
SENT BT MAIL.
BEARD'8 PATENT LOCK TLE8.
THIS TIE 18 UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST MAN?
UFACTURED, is easy to manage, and posseases
great strength and durability. Having sold them
for the past two years, we can cordially recommend
them to our plantera and others, as the very TIE
they want, to render their bales neat, strong and
compact ; capable et (noding bales front 400 to SOU
poonda. For sale by
OEO. W. WILLIAMS as CO., Factora,
Autrust 16 tuwf2moa Charleston, 8.0.
A 8CPPLY OF THE
"BUTLER" IRON TIES.
Jost received and for sale by
HENR? COBIA & CO.
J K O N TIES.
PASSMAN^ ALLIGATOR TIE
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THI8 SUPERIOR TIE,
made of the beat quality of Iron and warranted to
give satisfaction. For aale at lowest cash prices by
R. M. UOTLER,
Sept 8 Imo Agent at Charle?toa.
AILEY COTTON TIE.
A FULL 8DPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BE KEPT
BY US DURING THE SEASON.
THE STEADILY INCREASING DEMAND
FOB THE WALLEY 2IE,
IS THE BEST PROOF OP ITS SUPERIORITY
OVER ANY OTHER PATENT.
FOR SALE BY
STREET BROTHERS & CO.
JMPORTANT TO PLANTERS.
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIES,
FOR BALING C0T10N,
THE ARROW TIE.
TEE INCREASING DEMAND FOR THIS POPU?
LAR FASTENING FOR BALING COTTON
baa induced the proprietor to provi le a largely in
created Stock for the present season, and we are
now prepared to fill orders in any quantity.
tho - ARROW TLB" is put np In bundles of S3
Ban ia and Ties, each of ten feet in length, each
bundle weighing M pounds.
ROBERT MUHE Si CO.,
Agenta for Routh Carolina,
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston.
Sept 8 wfmia
yj^T I Li L> I A AI M. LAWTON,
Falter and Commission Merchant,
No. 10 BOYCE'S WHARF.
EXTRA HSAYY SRA ISLAND BAGGING AND
i WINK FOS BAUL Advances made on Produce in
aaa*. thara August M
J^O^YOU DESIRE TO BE CURED OF
all your Dyspeptic Symptoms ?
Sept 17 * 3mos USE SOLOMON?'BITTERS.
Tyj-.Yti.vOMA OMNIBUS LINK.
THE UNDERSIGNED BES PEO IFULLY IN
FOBM3 the inblic that he will commence to run fais
OMMBUsES from the the corner of Line and Meet?
ing streets to Magnolia, this day, the 17th instant.
The hours of leaving will bs as follows: From 9 A.
M. to 2 P. M., every half hour; from 2 to 6>i P. M.,
every fifteen minutes. Fare ten cents each way, or
twelve rickets for one dollar.
Sept 17 1 stuthS_B. GBAHAM.
A. KOL I N'A TEA AGENCY,
No. 388 KING-STREET.
The undersigned takes pleasu-e in informing bis
friends connected with the trade that be has received
the AGENCY of one of the most extensive Tea Im?
porting Houses in the United States. The business
ot the Agency will be conducted in such a manner
that, while it will present great inducements to all
parties, it will be of special advantage to the small
capitalist, by enabling bim to keep a Hunt stock and
full assortment through a trifling investment. The
Agency will be used exclusively in the interests ol
the grocers, and their prompt co-opt ration is solicit?
ed and expected.
Mr. WILLIAM SIMONS is in the employ of the
Agency, and is authorized to solicit orders.
For further particulars see circular, or apply to
JOHN W. LINLEY,
.pUKOliINE AND PORTABLE
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY CALLS
the attention of the public to the above named
LIGHT, for which he ia now prepared to receive
orders. It is claimed for this Light that it is supe?
rior to Kerosene or any other illuminating Oils
that it is Non-explosive, and that it gives a light al?
most equal to that of Coal Gas, and ia just as cheap
A sample may be seen at No. 1 Boyce's Wharf, and
full Information given by
August 27 fmw Imo C. J. OOLCOCK, Ja.
rJlHE BA K N WELL SENTINEL.
MERCHANTS, FAOTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
will find it to their interest to advertise in the SEN
1INEL. It has been published in that large and pop?
ulous County for seventeen years, and bas a circula?
tion unsurpassed by any country pajarr in the State,
Terms liberal. Address E. A. BRONSON, Pro?
prietor, Blackville, S. C.
August 23 _Imo
II E STAR
SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertising medium, offers facilities to Mer?
chants, Dru .'gist?, Machinists, Ac, of extending
their busine-s, unsurpassed by any Southern
Its circulation is fast becoming generaL Beal
Estate agents, and parties Interested in the purchase
or sale of real estate, will find it to their advantage
to consult its columns and advertise therein, as w?
are effecting arrangements by which our paper wi I
circulate largely among Northern capitalists.
Information tending to the development of oar
mineral, manufacturing and agricultural resources
descriptive of climate, soil, 4c-solicited and tarank
tuily received from any section.
Terms cash, $3a year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six subscribers; a club of ten, $2 60 each.
Bates of advertising llberaL Address
W. J. Mc REEBA LL,
July 16 Marion,. 8 C.
rjIHE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER,
PUBLISHED AT ANDERSON, 8. C.
H0YT& CO., Proprietors.
THE INTEL LIGENOER HAS A LARGE AND
constantly Increasing circulation in Anderson and
adjacent counties, and, being the only paper pub?
lished in Anderson, affords sn excellent medium
Business cards inserted at reesonale rates
Liberal deductions made from regular terms to
yearly and half-yearly advertisers.
OS-Subscription 92 59 per annum, invariably in
ad va boa.
JAMES A. HOYT. J. F. CLINKS0AL9.
r?IO BUHINKStf NEN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C
IS ONE OF THE BEST PAPF18 IN THE OP
COUNTRY; baa a large circulatioL, and affords su?
perior advantages sa an advertising medium. Term*
low. Addres DARR k ?STREN,
February 22 Proon?'???
THE WLNN8B0R0 NEWS AND FAIRFIELD
Pub I is bi ed In W innsboro', S. C.
THE LARGE A ND INCREASING CIRCULATION
of Ihe above papers (tri-weekly and weekly) lu the
upper portion ot South Carolina, warrant the Pro?
prietors in saying that they offer as good induce?
ments to advert?aos as any other pipera in the State.
DESPORTES, WILLIAMS k 00..
Sept 10 Proprietors
rpHE BARNWELL JOURNAL.
AS THE BUSINESS SEASON APPROACHES,
the unJeraigned wculd respectfully call tbe at'ention
of the Merchants of Charleston to the BARNWELL
JOUBNAL, puMlahed at Blackville, S. C., a paper of
rapidly increasing circulation, to be found in not
only every portion of the large and wealthy County
of Barnwell, but in many other counties of the
State, and baa a scattering circulation irom Connec?
ticut to California. The Journal la always on file at
the office of Messrs. WALKER, EVANS k COGS?
WELL, the agents in Charleston, and business men
would ?o well io call in and take a look at the paper
before making up their 'Ul advertisement? for th"
wees Hes of the State.
i erma moderst?, which can be learned upon ap
plication to WALKES, EVANS k COGbWELL, or by
addressing the subscriber at either Blackville or
Barnwell. JOHN H. BBUt'K.
August 23 Imo
PUBLISHED AT KINGSTREE. S. C.,
SIX ri' MILES ABOVE CHABLE810N, ON THE
Northeastern Railroad, and ls circulated in Williams?
burg, Georgetown, Clarendon, Sumter, Darlington,
Manon, frc. Business men will find lt to their In?
terest to advertise in this paper.
H. C. LOGAN,
August 31 Editor and Proprietor.
THIS 18 ONE OF THE MOST PROSPEROUS PA?
PERS in the South, is published daily in%ontgomery
tho Capital of Alabama; has an ext ccive circulation
throughout the State, and offers advantages and ii .
ducements to adveraseis which lew other journals
A regular file of the paper may be seen at the
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. 3 BRO AD-STREE1,
And contracts for advertising may bu made with the
WALKER, EVANS * COGSWELL.
G. H. GIBSON ?fc CO.,
Marchs Proprietors, Montgomery, Ala.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste ca? have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in eaeb case be
given as to tbs style of coloring preferred.
July 23 3mos*
rJH> REMOVE G ft EASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for aale, wholesale and ret ii), ly
DB. IL BARK.
May 28 Nc 131 MoeoBR-street.
gWTH CAROLINA KAIL?U'.ll).
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'? OFFICE, I
CHARLESTOS-. 8. 0.. Sept 15, 1889. I
ON ANDAFTEB THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16,
the PiSBKrOEB TBALNS of the South Oarollra
Railroad will run as follows : ?,
Leave Charleston.8.30 a. V,
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M,
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Grand Junction. _
Leave Charleston.8.!0 A. M,
Arrive at Columbia.4 40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B?ll
road, ano Camden train.
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.4,00 p. M
Leave Columbia.748 A. a*.
Arrive at Charleston.4 OJ F. o ?
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRES8
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. 1
Leave Charleston.7.30 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6 lu A. M
Conne-MT with trams tor Memphis, Nashville
and Dew orleana, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.4 CO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
( SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leave Charleston.8.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. v
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville ard
Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with Charlotte and South Carolina Bail
Leave Columbia.5.6U P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5 30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.4,05 P. 51,
Arrive at Summerville. 6.3 J 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.1U A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8 35 A. M
Camden and Columbii Passenger Trains on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and between
Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays excepted,)
connects witt up and down Day Passengers at Ring?
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M,
arrive at Columbia.ll.du A. M
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P. M,
(Signedi H. T. PEAKE,
Sept 16 General Pun?rin?"??tent.
KW ROUTE A O ll T Ii !
THE ST. LOUIS
IRON MOUNTAIN-AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Ismow open for business from
COLUMBU8, KY., TO 8T. LOUI8.
Making the quickest, safest and only all rall route
to St Louts.
Passengers taking this route avoid one change of
cara and a tedious river transfer of twenty miles,
and arrive in ht. Loui* FOUB AND A HALF HOURS
in advance of any other Road.
tST Trains leave Columbus upon the arrival ol
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. R ALLEN,
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
T^O YOU WISH TO HAVE A GOOD
APPETITE, a relish for Food, and a perfect Digea
(ion? UiE SOLOMONS' RITTERS.
Sept 17 3mos
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AKD ILL DIS XAS IS OP TEE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUET ARB BXCOVirKNDXD BT THE
HEGEMAN &c CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
CEBOS! AMD AF07HZCA87,
tJWEor 5<Ue by Oruggista Evtrt/wher?r&%
Febmaiv Its tnwflyr
jjr'ifl>, OcmiralD, ?c.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
ADOLPH ISAACS KN' S
PHOS PII UHR PASTE,
Healed and warranted to
iroep fresh for all time
lie greatest discovery
if its kind In the age we
Ive in. No person need
oe troubled with BATS,
MICE, BED BUG? or
BOACHE9, for Mr. Isaacson's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare end valuablo compounds, tts cheapness is
as wonderful aa tts efficacy. Bundled* of testimo?
nials have been received trout all parts ot the United
Tho great advantago ttiN SURE POP possesses
over all similar preparation* Is thc PAC I that it is
Certain lia its ICfFcct,.
and free from the unpteosanloeaa of rata dylDs in
their holes, as it causes them to leave tnt premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ol rele? enees can be made to
Persons iii this City,
who have successfully u-eil it.
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IUPORTIR-3 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Hasei-atreets,
April 23 mwfCmo Charleston, 8.0.
jp R E S II DRUGS
GUIM AULT dc CO.'S PREPARATIONS t
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE OAP8ULE8 OP MATIUO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OP LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for salo by
Or. H. HA KU,
May8 _No. 131 MEETING-HTBEET.
JU81 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RBI A IL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
QLwhcrij, ?lossmarf, ?f.
ROCKERY, GLASS & STONEWARE
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Ia order, to make room for new gooda; wiU be sold
tbe entire stock of CROCKERY, GLASS and STONE?
WARE now on band, at greatly reduced prices.
Parties wishing bargains had better call early.
J?RN W. LINLEY,
Mo. 398 Kiog-streel,
Sept 17 6* Near Burna* lane.
RUSSELL'S BOOK STORE.
THE SUMTER AND THE ALABAMA, Service
Afloat during the War between the States, by Ad?
miral Sommes, 1 vol. 8vo., cloth, $6.
RESOURCES OF I HE SOUTHERN FIELDS AND
FORESTS, Medical, Economical and Agricultural,
by F. Psyre Porcher, M. D., 1 vol. 8vo., $3 60.
CHRISTIAN SINGERS OF GERMANY, by Cathe?
rine Wlnkwerth, tranalalor and compiler of "Lyra
Germanica," illustrated, limo.,forming volume 0
Of the ' 'Sunday Library," fine cloth, $2.
HISTORY OF EUROPEAN MORALS, from Au?
gustus to Charlemagne 2 vols., 8vo., $6.
FOREST LIFE IN AC ADIE, fketcues of Sport and
Natural History in the Lower Provit-ces of the Cana?
dian Dominion, by Captain C. Hardy, Illustrated,
THE NEW AFFINITIES OF FAIiH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by Jamen Martineau, 26c.
SPECTRUM ANALYSIS, Six Lectures, by H. E.
Roscoe, with appendices, colored Plates and Dlru
trated, 8vo, f9.
MIND AND BRAIN; or, The Con elation of Con
sclousness and Organization, Systematically Inves?
tigated and Applied to Philosophy, Mental Science
and Practice, with a Preliminary Dissertation on
Method and Illustrative of the Text by Thos. Lay?
cock, M. D., 2 vols.. ]2roo. 425; xvi. 494, $7.
LIFE OF PIZARRO, with some account ot bia As?
sociatea in the Conquest of Peru, by Arthur Helps,
1 vol, $2 76.
THE OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, from the
Creation to', ne Return from the Caotivity, edited
by W. Smiib, L.L D" 1 vol., 12mo., $2.
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE, tne Betorm Against Na?
ture, by Horace Bushnell, 1 vol, 12mo., SI 6G.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMAN, by John Stuart,
M. M., 1 vol, 12mo., tl.
PBE-HI8T0BIC NATIONS: or, Inquiries Concern?
ing some of the Great Peoples and Civilizations of
Antiquity, ana their Probable Relation to a still Old?
er Civilization ot the Ethiopians or Cushltes of Ara?
bia, by John D. Baldwin, 12mo.. $176.
EIGBT YEA RV WANDERINGS IN CEYLON, by
Slr Samuel White Baker. Illustrated, 16mo., cloth,
$160. ..? i
THE SCIENCE OF RIGHTS, by F. G. Fichte
translated by A. E. Kroeger, 12mo.. cloth, $2.
THREE THOUSAND MILES THROUGH THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS, by A. E. McClure, Illustrat?
ed. 12mo, cloth. $2.
UK AI BICE. A Poem, by Hon. Boden Noel, square
l?mo.. cloth, gilt top. 91.
TBB8EXBH, H- RE AND HEREAFTER, by Wil?
liam H. Holcombe, M. D , 12mo.. paper cloth, fl 60.
LIVES UF Si. LOUIS AND CALVIN, by M.
Guisot Illustrated, 12mo., cloth, $2. ? ,
THE QUAKER PARTISANS, A Revolutionary
Story, with Illustrations, 12mo., cloth, $1 60.
FICTION.-Auer back's Villa on the Rhine; Erck
mann-whatrain's Waterloo; Higulnaoa'a Malbone;
Hoffmann's Alice Murray; Hugo's L'Homme qui
Rit; Lettice Linie; Phelps' Men, Women and Ghosts;
The Quaker Partisans; Boblnson'a For Her Sake;
Houthwor tb 'a Cbanged Brides ; PpieThagen's Problem?
atical Characters; Woods' Oates Wide Open; Kings?
ley's Stretton; My Daughter Elinor; The Lac ris tan's
Household; schmid's Haberne inter; south worth '?=
The Bride's Fate; Trotlope'e He Knew He Was
Bight;Zschokke's Dead Guest; Freytag's Lost Man?
uscript; Jean Inglelow's Mopsa the Fairy.
January 1 _ly
SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PRICES ANNEXED:
HOBSE TAMING BY A NEW METHOD, 20c.
INQUIRE WITHIN for Anything you Want to
Know; or, Over 3700 Facts for the People, 91 HO.
FROST'S BOOK OF TABLEAUX. 35c
WILSON'S BOOK OF RECITATIONS AND DIA?
FROST'S DIALOGUES FOR YOUNG FOLFS, 86c.
THE PARLOB STAGE. A Collection of Drawing
room Proverbs, Charades and Tableaux Vivants.
BRUDDER BONES' BOOK of Stump Speeches and
Burlesque Otations, 36c.
FBOS PS ORIGINAL LETTEB WBITEB, 55c.
M Alu IN ivs HAND-BOOK of Etiquette and Quid?
to True Politeness. 66c.
DAY'S AMERICAN BEA LY-RECKON ER, 65c.
BARTON'S COMIC RECITAI IONS and Humorous
AMATEUR THEATRICALS and Fairy Tale Dram?
PARLOR THEATRICALS; or, Winter Evening's
THE MODERN POCKET HOYLE. Containing all
the Games of Skill and Chance, 66c.
THE PARLOR MAGICIAN, 35c.
BOOK OF RIDDLES and Five Hundred Home
BOOK OF FIRESIDE GAMES, 36c.
LIVE AND LEARN. A Guide for all who wish to
Speak and Write Correctly ?Boc.
THE KNAPSACK FOLL Of FUN; or, One Thous
and Rations of Laughter. ?6c.
THE PLATEOF CHOWDER. A Dish for Funuy
HOW TO CUT AND CONTRIVE CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES AT A SMALL COST. 20c.
THE CHAIRMAN AND SPEAKfcR'a GUIDE; or,
Rules for the Orderly Conduct of Public Meetings,
BOOK OF ONE THOUSAND TALES AND AMUS?
ING ADVENTURES. Containing over 300Engrav?
ings and 460 pages. 91 60.
THE COMICAL ADVENTURESOF DAVID D?F
THE LAUGHABLE ADVENTURES OF MESSRS
BROWN. JON KS AND ROBIN'ON. 36c
DE WALDEN'S BALL ROOM COMPANION, or
Dancing made Easy. 66c.
COURTENEY'S DICTIONARY OF ABBREVIA?
CHESTEBFIELD'S LETTER WRITER and Com?
plete Book of Etique tte. 40o.
KNOWLsON'a FARRIER and Complete Horse
Doctor, 20 ..
THE SECRET OUT; or, One Thousand Tricks with
Carda, 91 60.
7HE SOCIABLE; or. One Thousand and One
Home Amusements, 91 50.
BRISBANE'S GOLDEN READY-RECKONER, ?Wc,
NORTH'S BOOK OF LOVE LETTERS, 66c
Hil.LG ROVE'S BALL ROOM GUIDE and Com?
plete Dancing Master, 80c.
THE YOONG REPORTER; or, How to Write bhort
MABTINE'S LETTER WRITER and Book of Eti?
quette Combined, 91 50.
THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN. A Book of i jeri
can Etiquette, tl 60.
MARLINE'S SENSIBLE LETTER WRITER, 66?.
WRIGHT'S BOOK OF THBEE THOUnANB
AMER'CAN BECEIPTB;or, Lighibouse of Valuable
Inform ition, 91 60.
RICHARDSON'S MONITOR OF FREE-MASONRY.
RAREY AND KNOWLSON'S COMPLETE HORSE
TAM KR AND FARRIER. 66o.
THE ROOK OF FIVE HUNDRED CURIOUS PwZ
ZL KS 35c.
THE AMERICAN HOME TOOK BOOK, 36c.
THE MAGICIAN'S OWN BOOK, $1 60.
NORTH'S BOOK OE LOVElLETTERS. 66c.
HOW TO BEHAVE; or, The Spirit of Etiquette,
BBOAD GRINS OF THE LAUGHING PHILOSO?
HOW TO TALK AND DEBATE, 20c.
HOW TO DRESS WITH TASTE, 20c
THE YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER'S BOOK, 20c.
LAUGHING GAS. 30c
THE G AME OF WHIST. 20c.
YALE COLI.1 GE SCRAPE-, 30c.
BRIDAL ETIQUETTE. 2UC
PA BLOB TRICKS WITU CARDS. 33c.
BLUNDERS IN BEHAVIOR CORRECTED, 20c.
FIVE HUNDRED FRENCH PHASES. 20c.
HARPER' . .MAGAZINE. 4.1c.
NINETEENTH CENI CRY. 40c.
Ge'DEY'-> LADY'S BOOK. 30c.
LESLIE'S LADY'S MAGAZINK, 43C.
DEMORE1-I'S MIRROR OF F HUIONS, 43c.
PETERSON'S LADIES' M.AG <ZINE. 30c.
Novels by Chams Dickens:
OLIVEll TWlsT, 172 PAGES. 30 CENTS; AMERI?
CAN Notes, 164 paces 2llc ; Dombey A Son, 356 cages.
40c; Marlin I huzzlewit, 312 paa;s, 40c; Our Mumal
Friend, 33o page?. 40c; .hriatmas stories, 1?2 pages,
30c; Tale ol Two Citi-s. 144 pages 25c; Hard limes
and Additional Cbrixtnias ?tones 2j0 pages, 30c;
Nicholas Nlckle^y. 34? pages. 40c; bleak Hou?e, 340
?ages, 40c; Little Dorrit, ?30 pages, Kio; I-iekwi-k
apers. 326 pages, 40 .; Davd Copperfield. 330 pages,
40c; Barnaby Budge 267 pages, 3?o; Old Curiosity
Shop. 221 pages, 35c; Gr?at Exoectations, 184 pages,
30c; Sketches, 19G pages. 30c.
Tue following Novels, by sir Walter
Scott Mailed at 30 cents K ac hi
WAVERLY, IVAN BOH, KENILWORTH, GUY
Mannering, Antiquary, Rob Roy. Old Mortality. The
Black Dwarf and a Legend of Montrose, Bride of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-l othian, The MoDaa
tery? The Ablwt, The Pirate, Fortunes of Nisei, Peve?
ril of the Peak, Qaeni m Durward St. Bonan's Well,
Red Gauntlet, Ihe Betrothed at.d Highland Widow,
Tbe Talisman, Woodstock, Fair Maid of Perin, Anne
of Geierstein, Count Robert of Paria. The burgeon*:
On receipt of the price, either in cash or stamp?,
copies of any booka in this Hat will be sent by mail
postpaid. CHAS. C,NIGHTER,
No. ICI Erog-itrcet.
July 12 nae 1 harleaton, S. O.
QHXOIFIIOING -WU HAIR-CUTTING.
. LADLES AND JHILDhEN
attended at their residences promptly and at reaaot .
Send orders to W. E MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 81 Broed-eireel (ap stain.)
Boots, Shoes and liais.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TB TS MO BN LNG, at IO o'clock, I will ?all st
my Store, corner of Einer and Liberty street?.
100 cases BOOTS AND SHOES, received by late
Cases Men's GRAIN BoOTS, 18 inch leg
Caaes Men's fine Calf Drei s Boots
Caaes Men's tine Calf, Glove top and Creole Con?
Caaes Men's Calf Kip and Ban* Brogans and Balmo?
Cates Men's Calf, Sip, Oxford and Malakoffa
Cases Ladies' fine Serge. Silk Goring, Congress
Cases Ladles' fine Morocco and Poliah and Creole
Caaea Women's Bootees, 3-7,6-9, 6-9 and 7-9
Cartoons llJses' and Children's Shoes, of varions
20 casos (120 dozen) Men's and Bora' Black, Brown
and Pearl Felt, Caasimere and Wool, -Alpine,
Young America, Broadway and Italian Hats.
Sept 17_J I
Household Furniture, Crockery and Glass?
ware, Platedware, Ironware, Table Cutlery,
Carpets, Canary Birds, ?-c.
KNOX, DALT & CO., .
Bio. 150 Meeting-street.
Will sell THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock A. M., precisely,
A general variety of above GOODS.
10 Choice Breed CANAB7 BIRDS.
Conditions cash._Sept 17
Water Citks, Household Furniture, Carpets,
Sofas, Lounges, Croekery and Wire Nett?
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer.
Will sell THIS DAY, (Friday) 17th at his store, Ne.
136 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock.
The above without reserve; also 2 second-hand
IMPORTANT SALE OF MACHINERY.
The Entire Stock of Machinery^ Tools and
Fixtures, of the Late Spencer Repeating Bi
fie Company, Sufficient for the Manufacture
of 200 Guns per tidy,
Will be sold at Public Sale, at the Armory ot thtt
Company, in Chickering Building, Boston, on
TUESDAY, September 28th,
This MACHINERY la of the best quality and
make, and consista in part of 169 Mitling Machines,
including a proportion of Index and Universal Mill?
ing Machines, 60 Engine Lathes, 30 Hand Lathes, 16
Screw Machines (Brown's and Sharp's?) a large num?
ber of Drill Presse?, Power Pieaa, Drops, Trip
Hammers, Barrel Machinery of all kinda, Main
Shafting, Pullejs, ?c., Ac., comprising over 694)
lotH, ali valuable; about 1000 teet 1% inch Main
^hafting, Hangers and Pulleys, 160 Horse Engine,2
catalogues will be ready the 10th of September,
md aent by mail on application to
JOHN H. WELLS, Agent,
8 pe acer Bille Company, or
SAMUEL HATCH A CO., Auctioneers,
S p te m be-l.J 6 Boa toa.
JQO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF I1CDB
FI NI TEL Y 8ICK HEADACHE, Sour Bructaaone
and Acidity of the Stomach ?
Beptl7 3moa USE SOLOMONS' BITTEB3.
o s K o u :
ON ACCOUNT OF THE GB EAT NUMBEB
WONDERFUL CU HE 3 OF OBSTINATE
AND INVETERATE CAS BS OF
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, <fcc"
MADE BT THE]
IT HAS WON THE ENVIABLE REPUTATION OF
being the best and moat popular Medicine ever dis?
It is dilly prescribed by physicians, and recom- *
mended by many thousands of our best citizens.
For sale by
DOWIE k MOISE.
Charleston, S. 0.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
SW LADIE8 SUFFERING FBOM ANY Dlg
EA9C peculiar to their sex, can be restored to health
by using Da. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'8 FBIEN?."
It purifies the secretions, and restores the system b
a healthy condition."Sift
For sale by
DOWIE k MOI8E,
* Charleston, 8. 0.
July 26 nae lyr
OSAS A Ll?
Purifies the Blood.
For sale hy Druggists Everywhere,
Juli 28 lyr
WHEN YOU ABE EXHAUSTED BY OVERWORK
of bead or hand, and feel the need of something in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxica Una;
thing, whether u-der the name of Hitters or other?
wise. Nuch articles give just a? much strength ta
your weary bod.v and mind as the whip gives :o the
Jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants ara
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BEACTION.
Dodd's Nervine and Invigorator
is a TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. Wnat it gains far
you it maintains. When it refreshes body or mind,
lt refreshes with natural strength that cornea lo star.
Weare not recommending teetotalism ID the interest
of any faction; but long and extended observation
teacjies us that he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he keens at lt, that he
ia kindling a fire in his bones which ?ill consuma
hke the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonic that will refreea and not destroy. DODD'S
NERViNE is f?rrale by all Drugciata. Price One
Dellar. See Pcok of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos June 25
A?K FOR NO OTHER, TARE NO OTHER, ANO
yru will save time bealtb and money.
SHOO REWARD lor any caeo of disease in any
stage which they fail to cure.
Dr. RICBAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. leura?
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, Som
Eye?. Cutaneous or sMn Eruption'. Cooper Colored
Hlotches. serenes* of the Scalp. Hcrofuia, Ac. ; ia the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and mood Purifier
known, removes all diseases from the system, and
leave* the blood pure and healtbv.
Dr. RlOHACs GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all it-forms,
whether ( om mercury or other causes; gives inme?
diate relief in al) cases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousand, of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, SS per bottle, or iwo bottles for
Dr RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe spee?
dy, p'easant and radical cure for all Urinary De
rasemen ts, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR n'A MOOR, a
tadiralcure for Nervous or Gent ral Debility, in old
or ;onng; imparting energy with wonda fol ?fleet.
Price $6 ner bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. None genuine without th? nama of "Dr.
RICHAUM GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. U. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glaaa ot bot le?.
AddresB . D. B. RICHARDS,
No. 228 Varick-street, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Cl reu'am sent. ly July 3
QHARLKSTON AUKltUhTU R=AT
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, QA RD Bf
?LLERB?VS TRANSPLANTER FOB SALE.
GEO. E. PING REE,
Ho. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 2s fsa*