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THE DAILY NEWS.
Aa Old Stery wita ? Hew Moral.
BT JULIA WARD HOWE.
Petroleum Cinderella dances with a pretty fellow,
And ber pure piting turn to carriages, her mts to
Vate strikes grimly on the dial, with a sound of no
And her satins cease to rustle, and her diamonds
cease to shine.
Jorth into tba ehUty darkness, io ber solitude and
Qoss the bloom of dissipation, with no lovely fruit
frith no stfeagth condensed in meekness, with no
holy nature weakness,
With no thom of resolution, with no aftergrowth
Bick to Termin shrink her horses, on her pale and
Bags replace har recent splendors, unad mired her
- beauty wanes;
fae bemoans the mocking fairy who uplifted her un?
Through a paltry prize o? pleasures to a multitude
ALL ABOUT THE STATE.
A DISTURBANCE ZR ABBEVILLE.
Ibe Abbeville Press has the following notice
of a distar ban oe which tools place in that vii.
lag? on Monday last: "A Mr. E. 0. Newby,
aroa the lower part of the district, who was
?r?der bond for his appearance at court, and
bad come op for that purpose, wac quietly
seated in the barber shop wai ti DST to be shared,
when he was set upon by two of the constab?
ulary force with drawn pistols and very roughly
bandied. Sustained and supported by a crowd
of excited bia caa with raised ciubo and menac
> iER words, these constables, with loaded pis?
tols at his head, for a time put him in immi?
nent peril of his life, and were only forced to
desist by tbo intervention ot Mr. Pern Guinn.
As we have said, the blacks "pitched in" to
aid thc constabulary; but the whites, with
commendable forbearance and wise modera?
tion, preserve J their temper-at least desisted
from interference. We trust that the unseemly
and adrante lawless conduct of McBride and
McPherson is disavowed by the constabulary."
OHlHAJIZK TOB BARK WELL.
. The Barnwell Sentinel says: "We have heard
of one gentleman in this county who baa or?
dered twenty Chinese laborers, and of another
wto has ordered ten, and of a third who has
ordered one hundred. That makes one hun?
dred and thirty, and we anow the men, and
eat? give their names if any one doubts it.
Tooee are all we know personally, but, we
doubt not, many others have ordered China
SISTBSSSIKO CASUALTY EN PENDLETON.
The Anderson Intelligencer gives the follow?
ing particulars of a distressing arni fatal acci?
dent which occurred at the Pendleton Factory,
on the 18th instant, resulting in the death of
Mrs. McDow, aa estimable widow lady, of that
nsigbborhood: "Mrs. McDow came to the
factory to have some wool carded, and from
curiosity or other motive, went in front of the
machinery, and putting her band and arm too
Bear the wool cylinder, the sleeve of ber dress
waa caught, pulling ber into the machine, and
resulting in ber arm being broken and man?
gled in a most distressing manner. The body
waa thrown over on the left of the machine
from her position wheo caught. The accident
happened about two o'clock P. M. The pro?
prietor, Mr. Wm. Perry, had jost left the fac?
tory, tod on being sent for, hastened to ber
assistance, removed ber to his residence and
sent to Pendleton for physicians. Dre. Pickens
and Sloan responded promptly, acd/ound Mrs.
McDow very mach exhausted, so much so that
they declined to amputate the limb until reac?
tion should take place. They applied reetora
, tivea witboayjffict-professional skill and the
Boostdevoted attention availed not, and after
tour hours of great suffering, death closed the
ueene. Her eon reached ber bedside a few
minut?e before she died."
. 0005XX ABD BZB TAXPAYERS.
The Walhalla Courier hae been looking into
the official tax retains for Coonee, and remarks:
"The entire asseaaed value of tho real and
personal property of the county as fixed by the
Blase Board, with addition of subsequent re?
tama, am sonta to $2,616 941. The assessed
value bf-the railroad property in the county is
$887,718. maiing an aggregate of taxable pro?
perty ot $3,004 659. The total Bamber of polls
assessed is 1808. Making a total assessed tax
of Btate and conn ty of $33,445. This amount
Baa been, reduced by abatements, ettore and
exemptions as follows : Abatements on real
?tate by the State auditor, $329,168. Er?
roneously charged in. original assessment,
$36,135, abatements of polls by reason
of exemption from over age and disab'ed
$946. which being deducted from the- ori?
ginal amount, leaves tbe taxes levied on Oca
nee at $29,369. The treasurer np to this time
oso collected $23 004, leavine a belan oe or $6365
unpaid. Of this amount $4071 is doe by the
BlueRidge Railroad Company, a balance doe
by tue* county of $2294 $638 of which is unpaid
polls. The citizens of this COUD ty have done,
their otiuut to meet thia heavy demand upon
I, and the few remaining defaulters should
ave the greatest leniency extended to tbem.
They are poor men, and the county bas been
?lean swept of money. Jdng off the no paid
poll tax from the total unpaid exclusive of the
railroad assessment, and we have 11661 of tax
on property unpaid in the county. The total
camber of delinquents is 404, which averages
hut a little over $4 per bead. Or the poll tax
unpaid 889 ar? whites and 244 colored. Tbe
property of the colored people of tbe
county ls valued at $11,510. As a mat?
ter of curiosity we give the largest and
smallest abatement granted in our coat tv. The
largest was $11,100, taken off the assessed
valued of tbs property of one man, and tho
ams Hast was $62. The hugest taxpayer in the
-county is James E. Calhoun, or Abbeville, tbe
assessed value of his property (all real estate)
amounting to $53 000. Tbe next largest is
GeorgeB. Cheri*/, tbe assessed value of his
-property amounting to, $39,468. The third
largest is oar townsman, the jolly hotel-keener,
D. Biemann, whose properly is appraised at
883,688, The smallest taxpayer is John
Moody, his property be'og valued at $5. Oar
friena Biemann came here some eighteen years
ago a poor man, and, by energy, bas risen to
be the third taxpayer in the county. He is
liberal to a fault, and has given away and
spent a good fortune outside of what he bas.
Men can make money here, and whether Dick?
son favors immigration or not, we would bke
to have a second relief of Germane,"
TOLBERT TURNS UP AGAIN.
The Abbeville Banner says: "We have re?
ceived from Gleenwood a very extraordinary
communication from the distinguished indi?
vidual named above. It is rn the nature of s
valedictory addressed to the public-very tur?
gid and very abusive of certain indiri?uals
against whom Tolbert thinks he bp.? great
causa or complaint. We do not think that any
good could possibly innre to the pattie by the
publication of this diatribe. If the object of
its publication is to restore himself to the
favor of the good people of the conntrv.
we woold suggest something more effec?
tual of this than words, to wit, actions.
Let bun settle down somewhere as a
Siaceable citizen, and bring forth fruits meet
r repentance. We bave no sympathy with
lawbreakers-never had -from the da vs of
Brown (old John) down to the Brown who
figured j.i thesj parts just after the war, and
OD down to the said Tolbert, and from Tolbert
to tbe 8t2te constabulary in general, we have
neither lot, part nor parcel, and it all such
would only qmt these coasts and Stay quit, our
- coram an i ty would bc mu?h better off; and we
, individually will forever relinquish henceforth
.nd forever all and singular oar right, title
and interest of and into all the rewards tbat
nave been proclaimed for their apprehension -
i including the last one of $1000 offerrd by Chief
8 H BEDS OF STATE NEWS.
The stable of Mr. G. McD. Miller, in Abbe?
ville, was destroyed bv an incendiary fire on
Friday lait. Loss $800.
Governor Scott bas appointed Cnfton J.
Houston a notary public in Richland Countv.
The bara and stables of John Dowie. some
two miles west ot Walhalla, were destroyed by
fire on the 17th inst. Cause, iucend.ariain.
Governor Scott h? appointed James A. Tal
bert magistrate for E lgefield County, and Rev
Robert Ilsington magistrate for St. Helena'
Beaufort County. 1
The gin andoow houses of Rev. Mr. Boiaest
president of the Newberry Immigration Socio
ty, were'Dumed on Friday last Three bales
of cotton, in the seed, the seed of two others
Gullet's gin, thresher and horse power, wagon
wheat straw, belting. Ac., were consumed!
Lo?,-not less than $1200. Mr. Boin est bas
been rn?? of the prime movers rn the introduc
tijou of hp migrants, and from this fact bis wife
has frequently expressed her fears of the
Tbe Georgetown Times reports the weather
propitious for the rios harvest.
Mrs. Pigott, aged 80, died in Georgetown on
Mouday last. She was a native of Alexandria,
virginie, bot came when a child to George?
town, sf which place sbe was "the oldest ?n
HEW TOBE-Per steamship Manhattan-6 bags Pea
Island Cotton, 1433 bales Upland Cotton, 24 bale?
Domestica, 106 empty Barrais. 2? packages Sun?
dries ....Par ssbr M Trover-1W bales Upland
Cotton, MO bbl? Rosin 100 casks Clay, 100 tons
Phosphate, 26 bundles Sheet Iron, 6 boxas Hew?
ing Machines,- 7 packages Furniture, 17 empty
Ale Barrels, SO boxes feugar, 26 bbls Sugar.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman-566
bales Cotton, 436 bbls RoMn 36 bales Domes?
tics, 3 bales Bags, 1 bale Wool 60 bags Cocoanut?,
Cb a nest OD Cotton, lt ice ?nd Kavral
* Store? Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DALLY NEW8,1
CHARLESTON, Saturday Evening, September 26. I
COTTON.-The demand was limited, with only a mo?
derate amount of stock on the market, prices re?
maining without cbssge. Sales about 70 bales, viz;
16 at 34; 19 at 25'.; 3 at 26\; 23 at 26; 3 at 36??c.
Ordinary to good ordinary.tftMfJM
Low middling.IS* @25 V
Fies.-The want of stock prevents operations in
NATAX. STORES.-The market was quiet for arti
des under this head, and we could leam of no
transactions of note.
IB arkets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Sept*caber 25-Evening.- Consols closed
at92X. Bonds steady.
LIVERPOOL, September 26-Noon.-Cotton firmer
but not higher; uplands 12.vd; Orleans 12??d; sales
10,000 balee; ?alee yeeterdsy reached 12.000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton dosed firmer; uplands 12.t?a
I2=,d; Orleans 123ial2S'd;; sales 12,000bales; ex?
port sad speculation 4000 bales. Corn 29a 9d.
HAVRE, . September 35.-Cotton opened dull, both
~bu spot and afloat; tres ordinaire, spot, If 45>?c.
PARIS, September 35.-Bourse opened steady.
Rentes 70f 60c; dosed at 701
NEW YORE. September 36- Noon- Gold Board
adjourned to ten o'clock on Monday. A committee
will then be appointed to request Butterfield, Assis?
tant Treasurer, to pc arpone the tale of $4,000,000 to
some future day. No gold transaction of to-day
Win be recogn red by ?he Board. Stocks dull ; little
doing ; prices a shade eft* from the opening. Money
7 per cent, with commission. Gold, co quota?
tions. 62s 21X; Tennessees, ex-conpon, 61 ; new 65;
Virginias 57; new 68; Louisianas, old, 68; levee? 65;
8s 83; Alabama 6s 90; Georgia 7s90>?; North Caro?
linas, old, 62K ; new 46. Flour dull and nominally
unchanged. Wheat dull and rominal. Cern dull
and la2 cents lower. Pork quiet at $31 60. Lard
?nil. Cotton 29 cents. 1 urpesrine firm at 43 cents
Bosin quiet; common $2 35; strained $3 30s2 32^.
Evening.-Gold Board and Gold Clearing Buk
closed. But little doing in sto.ks. Government
gold sold at about 24. Cotton heavy ; sales 700 bales
at 29 cents. Flour lavors buyers; supeiflne $5 90a
610. Wheat heavy aud la2 cents lower; red and
amber Weat et n $14"al51; white Ohio $1 ?6. Corn
2a8 ccntslowei ; rcir.ed Western SI (7al 00. Whiskey
duU tt $1 20a 125. .Pork f ull and heavy. lard heavy.
Naval stores snd groceries quiet. Freights dull and
WIUONOTON, September 25.-Spirits turpentine
quiet at 40 cents. Boals steady at $1 60a4; crude
turpentine $1 50a3. Tar SJ t>0.
MOBILE, September 25.-Cotton in good demand
am eng several; mitkct closed firm; bales ?OU bahs;
sato db fig 26 ti rents; receipts 1610 bales exports 304
NEW ORLEANS, September 26 - Cot tr n firmer; salc.
2800 bales; midd inv 2C& cents; receipt* 2383 lalee:
export* coastwise 1976 bales. Gold 34*. Sterling
44 Jf. New York s ght par.
SAVANNAH. September 35.-Cotton-Receipt? 2187
bales; exports3791 bale?; market dull; quotations
AUGUSTA, September 25 -Cotton opened firm at
26a2S.'X cents for middling. Under favorable st ws
from New York our market advau ed to 2C>; cent--,
at which figure all desirable lots offered wer- readily
j taken. The maiket closed rather weak, ?Ith quota
! lions nominally unchanged; sales 304 bale*; recoip.s
' 447 bales; (tock cn band ibis P. M. by actual count,
Boston Mai bet.
BOSTON, September 22.-COFFEE.-1 here has
been a speculative demand for Java in Nsw York,
snd some 30,000 pockets have been sold cn private
terms, lhe stock ia now in terr bunds, and prices
tend upward. The sales here ba, ? bas? small lou
at 2*a24,s;c, gold, in bags and pees.-1 J and Bio at 19a
23c, curt sn cv, lhe last sales el st. Domingo were
at 10c, go"d. In bond.
COTTON.-1 ne market is . ull for this article and
prices have materially dr -lined. durine the week *
Stock quite small, but sur plies of new crops are ncr
ai hana. Buyers confine operations to small lot? as
wanted, and we quote o- ?nary at 26a27c; (rood or
dinny *7J<?2oc; low ml Idling 28>?a29>?<-; and mid
d'ing at 39'?a30c f* lb, ncludin? uplaude aud Gulf,
fae market closes qui dull at these figures, with
o? ers to arrive at some .-on -cs>ion.
DOMESTICS.-There :as been qui e an active de?
mand for cotton and woollen cood?, compared with
some previous weeks, tiud a better feeling prevails,
Goods are selling at J ow prices, but the sales for
August and september ore much larger than for tte
corresponding uonths of lsst year.
GUNNT BAOS.-Marke t quiet and prices are nomi
naly I6>i,al7k for light and heavy.
GUNBT CLOT*-Demand moderate, but with re?
duced stocks the marke I is firm. The rales have
been 200 bales here at 23c, and 760 biles in New York
at 23*a23 %c tot good, currency.
BAT-There bas been a fair demand for Eastern
and North River at $l5a2i *p ton, and choice Io's at
some advance on the latter rate.
NATAX, 6TORES-In spirita turp?n tine there hate
been small sales at 47c $ gallon, but lots to arrive
are offered for less. lu tar, sales of 2^0 bbls at $3 26,
now held at $3 60a3 75 bbl, for Wilmington, with
f ales ot 700 bbls In this range. In rosin, sales of 150
bbls No 1 at $4a4 60 ft bbl. Pitch la ou et
RICE-Moderate sales at 8??a9 '?c for Carolina, and
7Xa7>a"c for Rangoon.
SAVANNAH, September 22.-C OTT ON .-Prices
daring the psst week have been marked with a
steady downward tendency, buyers arcing cautious?
ly, and taking only such lots as were offered at
reasonable figure?. Many contingencies nave affect?
ed the movement of cotton; lor instance, the tight?
ness ba the money market, and the ?ant of freight
by steamers to New York, or via that port for Liver?
pool. This, of course, induced some parties to ship
by rafi direct. The few ships in port, however, have
necessarily caused freight to rule high, they asking
At the dose ol the div we must report a quiet but
firm market, at the following; quotations: Liverpool
< middling 26>*a26>i ; low middling 25\'a2C; good or
I dlnary 24Jia-.
THE CROPS -From airices received we find tbat
the Injury to the crops bas been more serious from
drought and rust than was at first saticlpited. in
many placas the crop being "ut short one-thitd.
stu! the impression generally points to a crop of
BEA ISLANDS.-In sea island nothing bai been do?
ing. A few bales of the new crop were sold early at
what may be deemed fancy prices. The flr?t two
balei of Georgia sea island were bought and shipped
to New York, where the s still remain unsold, i be
crop bas not yet been forwarded in any quan itv.
snd prices are entirely nominal, hold?ra of the
?mall lots on hand not desiring to put th-m on the
market. There will probably, however, be sn in*
oreaae-d demand, o? lug to the carly load ng of -three
ship- for Liverpool and one for Havre.
lhe receipts of this port, since our last statement,
cmount to 16,405 bJes of upland, and 53 ) ales el
seo island, of which 13,3?8 bales ol up'acd were re?
ceived pir C. H. R" 2514 bales ot utlaud and 15
bales sea island per A. h O. R. R., 555 bales ol up?
land from landings on Savannah River, 8 bales up?
land by wagon and 38 bales sea island from t lon J a ;
II tales sea island were brought hero by the schoon?
er Bertha from Beaufort, S. C., but were forwarded
to i harlfston, to which pla.-e they were consigned
1 he exports for the same rime have been 9499 bales
up and and 6 bales sea island, ol' which 7502
bales upland sud 6 osles tea islaud were ?ripped to
New York, 934 bales up'and to Ih ladelphia, and
10u3 biles to Baltim .re.
RICE.-Tbs new crop bas not yet appeared on the
market. The stock ot dean rice has almott rifap
"joeoxeJ, and the market ii brightening, with a tolera?
ble inquiry, confined, however, to retail trade tor
city consumption, at our quotations-8Ka8}fc for
I prime dean Carolina.
' Per steamship Mantattan, for New York-Mr Tid
vt ell, A Q Bears, Major Ojleby, SI oss, J a Deroe, C
W Parker, Mrs M von Hadlee, Mr Stelling, J Rua',
R B Bond, Miss Haas, Miss Hortener, Mr Be'zvan. J
Barbeeon, J Wilson, A Wilson, Mrs Bardeodiug, Mr
Hamilton and wife. Hetty Jenkins and two children,
and Mr McDermott.
Per steamshi > James Adger, from New York-Mrs
Bedford and two children, Mrs W McGregor, Miss
McGregor, C W McGregor, Mrs P Nicbols, J Sherry
and wife, Miss M Nichols, Miss Sherry, Mrs A M
Burnett, FO Bartlett, Miss Frank Bollard, Mi-s
Rosia Lee, Miss Nellie Btunelle, Blanche Lee, Ulm
Kittie Beck, M!si A Williams, Miss Annie Lovett, J
J hompeon, M?M sa'he Smith, J F Shelton, J Cant?
well, Li Byan. Mrs K Virdter and infant, C Randniz,
* A Peden, S Coxetter, G W King, L Phillips and 2
Fer steamer Dictator, from PaUtka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and savannah-T 8 Hugtfes, T Blu?
menthal, Mr AHars, W Benn??, Miss Miller, Mrs s
L Day and daughter, C Spark, T A Brown, V S?n?
chez, W ??ancnez. Mr Terri*. Mr Braid, and 7 on
Lernsi?neesper south Carolina Hatlroad
. September 95.
707 bales Cotton, 60 bales Domestica, 698 bushel*
Orai n, 6 cars Lumber, 4 cars stock, lo Bail road
Agent, HW Williams A Co, Wagen er fe Monsees. W
W Smith, Dowling* Co, Pelzer, Bod .-ers fe Co, G H
Waller k Co, Reeder ? l'avis, Willis k Chisolm, L D
Dest?same, Caxapsen fe Co. Caldwell k bon. Frost
A Adger, Mowry at Co, Wagner k Stewart, A J Sali?
nas, W K Byan, J R Pringle. Wardlaw k Carew. J 0
Marion ed, Brodie k Co, Thurston k Holmes, and E
Consignee* per Northeastern Railroad
September 35. 4
249 bales Cotton, 430 bbls Naval Store?, cai s Lum
ber. Tobacco, Live Stock, Mdse. Ac. To Kinsman
k Howell. J Marshall, Jr, J V Barden, 8 D Stoney,
Ravene! A Co. Frost k Adger, G W Williams k Co,
Mowry k Co, Kirkpatrick & Witte, Graeser k Smith,
TO Archer, A J Salinas, Walter E Co, J A Quacken
bnsh, Pelzer. Rodgers fe Co, Trenholm fe Son, A B
Mulligan, E J Wise at Co, F Foll?n, J Winebesg, J A
Pritchaid, Sambo Alston, Bollmann Bros, W K Ryan,
Reeder fe Davis, Kendall fe Dockery, Claghorn. Ber?
ring fe Co, E Welling. Chisolm Bros, and Railroad
fort ol Charleston. Sept'r 27.
FHA-ES OT THE HOOK.
New Moon, 6th, 12 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th, 4 hours. 8 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 20th, S hours, 21 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 28tb, 4 hours, 2 minutes, evening.
5 SXTT. ? OCT. Lyg^ - iEI8>
5..63 ? S..49 I 10. .25 | H..42
6..63 ; 6..47 ll..17 12..39
5..54 I 6..46 libra. 1..46
5..55 6..45 12..13 a..64
5..66 6..43 1..16 4.. 3
6..66 , 6..49 2..22 6.. 3
6. 67 I 5..40 3..29 6.. 1
Steamship Georgia, Cutler, New Fork-66 hours.
Mdse. To Raven el fe Co, J ? Adger fe Co. J D Aiken
fe Co, M fe A ashton. J apple, H Bischoff fe Co, T M
Bristo 1, J H Br?ning fe Co, 0 Bart fe Co, W M Bird
fe Co, C D Brahe fe Co, E T Brown, J Black, E Bates
fe Co, W fl Chufee fe Co, W Carrington fe Co, J Com?
mins, J M Crotut, H Campeen, Douglass fe Miller, H
A Due, Dowie fe Moise, Job Dawson, J M Eason ft
Bro. F hntelman, L Elias. D F Fleming fe Co, O D
Francke, Furchgutt fe Bro, J S Fairly fe Co. Forsyth e,
Mccomb fe Co, A W Frazier, J Franck, Goodrich,
Wineman ft Co, H Gerdts ft Co, I Goudkop, D An?
derson, T M Horsey fe Bro, N C Hunt, W Hunt, N A
Hnnt, W S Henery, Holmes' Book Store, A W Jag er,
O E fe A S Johnston, Jennings, Ihomllneon fe Co, F
Kressel, Jr, Jeffords fe Co. Johnston, Crews fe Co, J
H Renneker. B Klatte fe Co. Klinck, Wickenberg fe
Co, C Kerrison, A N Kline, Kinsmsn fe Bro, E Latltte
fe Co, I Lellman, D Louis, Mon tone fe Co, J H-Mur?
ray, Muder fe Nimitz, M Marks, Marshall fe Purge,
T Murphy, W Marshall, McLoy fe Bice, J G MUnor
fe Co, Marshall fe M. Malloy fe Bros, W Mszyck. M
McMasters, Neutville fe Hannam. North, Steele, fe
Wardell N E hatlroad Agent, S C Railroad Agent, J
C Ojemann, Ostendorff fe co, U O'Neill, D u'NeilL D
Paul fe Co. J Parke-, Palnstvto Pioneer Co-operative
Association, H T Peake. Pelzer Rodgers fe Co, Rowe
I fe Bro, Relcke fe Srbschte, W Roach fe Co, D Semp
ken, - out?ern Exp ess Co, D H S?cox, E B Stoddard
A Co. t trauEB fe Vance. Stoll, Webb fe Co, D Solteri,
S H Solomons, H Slender, J Small fe Co, E Scott. J
F Taylor fe Co, W Ufferhardt, W 8 Wleters, Werner
fe rucktr. U S Quart ci master, F von Santon. G W
Williams fe Co. P Walsh, S A Woods, W Wilson, A M
Willisms. J Wirtfa fe Co. W fe M, W J Tates, and Mrs
M J Zernow.
Steamship Falcon. Hor-ey. Baltimore)-left - Jnst.
Mdse. To Mordecai fe Co, Courtenay fe Trenholm.
Pailroad Agent H Cobla fe Co, Tteicke fe Schachte, G
W Williams fe Co, Muller, Mmitz fe Co, C D Brahe fe
Co. W G Wbilden fe O'?, 0 C Johnson, F F Chapeau,
Wagener fe Monsees, W M Bird fe Co, J Heins, Jef?
fords fe Co, Klinek, Wil kenberg fe Co. Mo'X Webb fe
t o. H Klatte fe Cc. C Michael. J F O'Neill fe Son. W
Msrscher, claclus fe Wife, Mtntoue fe Co, W H Cha?
fen fe Co, Goodrich, Wineman fe Co, W L Webb, J D
.siken fe Co, B Feldman? fe co. Holmes fe Calder. J
H Graver fe to, Jeeniigs, Thomlinson fe Co, J L
Dryer. B Gratton. Pe ZIT, Hedgers fe Co, N A Mehr
tens. OslendoitT fe Co, Holtmann Uros, H Bischoff fe
Co, J 0 Ojemann. H Die F Harness, Marshall fe
Durgc, W i ehmidt. J K Adger fe Co, C Voigt. John?
ston, Crews fe Co, stcnhoui-e fe Co, J A Quackentiu?r>,
G W Steffens, J B E sljan. C Kerrison, D Paul fe Co,
I Goudkop, D Briggs P P loalo. J C K!ohm<, E J S
Fischer. Douglass fe Miller. W Hand fe co, Rsvenel
fe CO, C Lilienthal fe Co, C (io-tting, J F Taylor &
Co. Dr H Baer. G J Luhn. H F Baker fe Co, Lowie fe
Moise, Steamer Lictator, Walter, Evans fe Cogswell,
D B Baselton, G E Pingree, G symtnes, Mowry fe Co,
L E cordroy fe Co. Philips. Muffet* * Whsrton, N
A Pratt, i uurey fe Alexander, J Torrent, W Hunt, F
J LiUenbsl, J Csmpsen & Co, O lidiman fe Co, H
Bulwinkle fe Co, and others.
Bark B B Walker, Pettenglll, Eoston-12 dai s.
Md-e and fait 'lo H F Baker fe Co. Ralltoad Agent,
O W Williams fe Co, R Wbite, W B Smith fe Co, H F
W Brewer, W B Welch, E B Cowpeithwait, J Mein
tyr<- &|Co, Kline*, Wickonberg fe Co, D A Amme, and
;cbr Petrel. Shanks, S.:n Blas-22 days. Cocoa
nuts. To J A Euslow fe Co. Bound to Baltimore and
pu: into thia port for repairs, having on the 23d inst,
lat 32.26, lon 72. experienced heavy NE gale?, in
which sprung aleak. On the 241b ?nsf, twelve miles
east of Georgetown, S C. ?poke tho brig Cyclone.
Sehr francisco, Crowther, Baltimore-6 days.
Coal. To Street Bros fe Co, and tbe Railroad Co.
Steamer Dictator, MrNelty, Pal at ka, via Jack on
ville, f ernandina and savannah. 66 nales Cotton, and
Sundries. To J D Aiken fe Co, G B Iograham fe. son,
Reeder fe Davis. Kirkpatrick fe Witte, W M Lawton,
Wiss fe-Co, G W Williams fe Co, W B Williams fe Son,
and J F3 aylur ft Co.
Sloop Mary Goodticb, Roberts, Ashepoo. 1200
bushels Bough Rice, 6 bags Sea Island Cotton. To
G H H oppoclc. and W C Bee ft Co.
Hutchinson's boat from James Isbn j. 2 bags Sea
Island Cotton. To G H Hoppock, and W C Bee ft Co.
Received from chisolm's MilL 3 bag* Se? Island
Cotton. To Chisolm Bru?.
Steamship Zodiac, Hines, New York-left Wed?
nesday, P M. Mdse. To Bavenel ft Co. W F Pad?
don. Railroad Agent, Jennings. Thomlinson ft Co, J
A Qaackenbusb, D A Amme. Forsylhe, McCorub ft
Co. Riecke fe schac ite, Bolimann Bros, H Bischoff fe
Co. Pelzer Rodgers fe Co, C F Panknln. J C Master,
M Galloway, S H Wilson, Werner fe Ducker. Pal
met o Pioneer Co-operative Association. I Goudkop,
B O'Neill, Mcoke fe Muller, J Campsea fee -. Crane,
Boylston ft Co, J H Wurhmann, Hart fe Co, Ho'mes
fe Calder, S Thom son, Muller fe Nimitz, E Scott,
Miss F Cohen, dados fe Witte, W Matthie-sen, Eins
man fe Howell, Dowie fe Moue, Lengnick fe Sell, G
J Luhn, and oibers.
Brig J B Kirby, Bernard, New York-7 days. Mdse.
To W roach fe Co, J E Adger fe Co, J D Aiken fe Co,
Lauroy fe Alexander, D A Atame. Adams, Bamon fe
Co, H Bischoff fe Co, T M Bristol), Dr H Bser, Ber
busseo fe Burtemyer, Bo'lmann Bros. H Bulwtnkle
fe Co, Cameron, Barkley fe Co, W s Corwin fe Co, T
Campbell, < isoius fe Witte. McDuff Cohen. E R Cow
perthwaiL Dowie fe Moise, J Devereux, H A Due, J
B Duval fe -SO-J, C Oraveley, J Gorham, I L Fal'x ft
Ce, Goodrich, Wine i an ft Co, H Gerdts ft Co, Hart
fe Co, holmes fe Calder, J Bul winkle fe co, Jennings,
Thomlinson fe Co, H Blatte fe Co, C L Komahrens,
C Kerriscn, Kinsman fe Bro, Klinck, Wlckenbenj fe
Co. A Lat g. r. C Lillenthal fe Co, H Lindst?dr, Wan
roue fe Co, W Masseber,8 C Railroad Agent, N Mer
nangb. F LMier, 'urville fe bannam, B O'Neill, J
F O'Neill fe Son. ustendorff fe Co, Pelzer, Rodgers
fe Co, C F Panknin, J A Quackcnbush. J H Henne
ker. Relcke fe - cha ch tc, Raven el fe Holmes, W Shep?
herd, D HSilcox, L Schnell fe Co. E B Stoddard fe
Co. A Tobias' Sons F von Santen, W L Webb, G W
Williams fe Co, Walker, Evans ft Cogswell, White?
more fe Rhode?, P Walsh, Werner fe Ducker, W G
Wbllden fe Co, J N M Wohltmann, F Weyhmac, R
White, 8 R Marshall, D Lopez fe Son, ET Brown, G
McGregor, lhe brig reports having been in com?
pany with the scars Jesrie L Leach and Adella com?
ing out, off Sandv Hook, ana on tbe2>th wa? in com?
pany with a schooner, supposed to be the Jessie L
British sehr Tropic Bird, Mcdougall, Havana
lott-18th inst. Molasses To Order. Bound to Port
lard, and put into this port with sickness on board.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger fe Co.
Steamship JW Everman. Hinckley, Philadelphia
Jno fe Theo Getty.
Sehr Myrover, Brown, New York-W Bouch fe Co.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull. New York.
Steamship General Scdgwi.-k, Gilder Ja lc, New York.
Steamship Minnetonka. Carpenter, New York.
Steamship Sea Gul), Dutton, Baltimore.
Steamship JW Everman, Hinckley, Philadelphia.
Sehr Ida Bella, Fi-her, Wilmington, Del.
From this Port.
Stcamehip Charleston, Berry, New York, Sept 24.
British brig ,1 L Pye, Waiters, Lo idon, Sept 10.
British brig Clifton, Williams. Liverpool, sept 7.
Up for this Port.
Sehr Wenonah. Mitchell, at Baltimore, Sipt 23.
Cleared Tor this Port.
Stoambhip Sungo-sa, Ryder, at New Fork, Sept 25
Sloam'bip Prometheus, Grav, at Philadelphia, Sept
Sehr Grace Girdler, Smit'i. at Bo?;on, Sept 22.
Shipnews <>., le'r-trrapn.
SAVANNAH, September 25- Arrived, steamship
Leo from New York; sctir Willimink Irom Rostou.
Cleared, bork Mary fe Louisa for New York. Sailed,
steamships Msgnolia and Montgomery for New York ;
Wyoming tor Philadelphia
Men. orana i.
Consign?es per steamship Jamts Adger, arrived
Friday eight-Jas Adger fe Co, SC Railroad Agent,
N E Railroad Agent, Steamer Agents, Southern Kx.
press Co. J E Adger fe Co, J D Aiken fe Co, J Apple,
G W Aimar, M ft A Ashton, C Bart fe Co, L' Bates ft
Co, T A Beamish fe Co, W M Bird fe Co, A Bischoff
Co, H Bischoff 4 Co, Hollmann Bros. F C Borner,
Urittoll fe Co, Steamer Henry Barden, J Campeen fe
Co, W H Chafee fe Co, L Chap?n, Chisolm Bros. Miss
M Clear. W S Corwin fe Co. J H Fairly fe Co, C Frank,
i Frank, T Frost, Eurchgott Bros, H Gerdts fe Co, O
G raveley, Goodrich, Wineman fe Co, J H Gorham,
P L Guillemln, W Gurney, Hart fe Co, Holmes' Book
store. F S Holmes, Holmes fe Calder. T M Horsey fe
Bro, S L Howard fe Bro, J Hurkamp fe Co, A 111.np,
A W Jsger, Jeffords fe Co, Jennings, Thom'inson fe
Co, Johnston, Crews fe Co, J I Eanapaux, C Kerri?
son, Kinsman fe Bro, Kinsman fe Howell, H Klatte fe
Co, Klines, Wickenberg A Co, Kriete A Chipman,,
Lancer, La urey ? Alexander, E Lee, Lemmlck &
Sell. J Llebman, Mr-Lov A Bice, ]P J McNally. S B
Marshall, Menke k Muller, M Marka, J G Milnor k
Oo, J G Moffett, Moffett k Wharton, J H Moller, J H
Murray, Muller, Minite k Co, Nacnman k Co, J F
O'Neill k Son, Neufrille & Hannam. North, Steele ?c
Wardell, BO'KellL D O'Neil), Ostendorff k Co, J C
Oetjen, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Association, J
Parker, Pani, Welsh k Brandes, Pelzer, Rodgers k
Co, O Henge. Bavenel k Holmes, J Beils. J H P.en
neker, C C Ric ti ter, Riordan, Dawson k Co, J Bus?
sell, W P Bussell 4 Co, J Savas, L Schnell k Co. P
O Schroder, E Scott, H Siegling, W Steele, E B Stod?
dard k Co, 6toll, Webb k Co, Strauss k Vance, J F
Taylor k Co, O Tidemann. A Tobias' 8ons, Utsey A
Kenyon, F von Bauten. Wakener A Mouser*, Werner
k Ducker, J Wirth. W O Whllden A Co, B Wing. J
M Williams. G W Williams A Co. B O Wilkins, J J
Zf peda. Crane, Boylalon A Co, Marshall A Burge,
L Cohen k Co. M etchers k Muller, Moran k
Peters, OH Hoppock. J A Hamilton. I Hyman k Co,
J H Br?ning A Co, H Valentine, C W Stiles, JE Fo
gartle, Anent, H Campten, JOH Claussen, Waiker,
Evans A i'ogs well. A W J ager, O Win emin. Knox,
Daly k Co, L Lorentz, 0 S Subsistence Department,
J P Hailey, J ti Eaaoo 4 Bro, Forsyth, McComb k
Co, Dowie A Moise, M H Mor?ne, Har aeson A Co, T
D Clancy. W Ufferbardt, H 6tender, 8 Thomas, W H
Welsh, Murphy, Little A Co, L Mann, I Goudkop,
The steamer Rebecca Clyde, at Wilmington, N C,
on tbe 22d inst, reports speaking on the 22d instant
off Chlncoteaque the sehr Jessie L Leach for Charles?
The sehr Ze'a-Psi, from Boston for Charleston,
?ailed from Holmes' Bole Sept 21st.
LIVERPOOL, September 7-The ditton, William?,
from Charleston, came int? collision last evening
with a vesiel at anchor, nearly abreast of the Princes
Landing Stage, and was cut down below tbe water's
edge, but the deck cargo removed to the port side,
and thus prevented her filling with water. Thc otber
vessel apparently received little damage.
PO BT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C., SEPT. 21.
Beptemtor 20-Sehr Zulette Kenyon, Buckingham,
for New York.
September 22-Brig Georgie, Swan, for Boston.
LIST UK V I'.ssKl.v
OF. CL ZUR SD AND SAILED FOR * HIS POA T
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, sailed.Sept 1
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed. ...august 19
The Homboreund, Nielson, up.August 13
Ship E len Southard,-, up.Sept 17
Birk A Kimball. Lincoln, up_.Sept 20
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, up.Sopt M
Sehr Grace Girdler, Smith, cleared.Sept 16
Fchr Zeta-Psi, Thompson, cleared.Sept 19
Sehr Joeepb Long, Perry, cleared.Sept 17
Sehr David Talbot, Amsbury, cleared.Sept 16
Steam-hip Saragossa, RneeT, cleired .Sept 25
Brig Marv Frances, Frauds, up.Sept 19
8chr Jessie L Leach, Childs, cleared.Sept ll
Scbr Ellen M Baxter. Rogers, cleared.sept 13
Sehr Isabella, Burton, clearea.-opt 13
Sehr Conservative. Kempton, cleared.Sept 20
8 br Ridgewood, I errickson, cleared.Sept2Q
Sehr A f Ctanmer, Cranmer, cleared.*cpt 21
SteimshTp PtometbeuH, Gray, cleared.Sept 23
Sehr Thomas Boor, Somers, up.Sept 21
8chr S F. Woodbary,-, up.Sept ?9
Scbr Wenonah, Mitchell, up.Sept 23
CJUVTO CAKOfcUfA KA i MUJA u.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS'' OFFICE, I
CJIARLLSTON. e. C., Rcpt. 15. l>8?. ' 1
ON AND AFTER THPBSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10,
the PASSL::OEB TRAINS of ?h? South ctrolir-s
Railroad will run as loilowi :
Leave Charleston.t-30 a. y
Arrive at Augusta.*.U P. Y.
CounectliiR wilb trains for Mont "mory, Uetnphii
Nashville and 'New Crlean?. via Montgomery au
Leave Charleston.S..*0 A. ai
Arrive at Columbia.i t? P Si
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Bali
road, tur Camden train.
Leav? Animate.8 on A. a
Arrive at Charleston.4 Od P. ?H
Leuce Columbia.7 45 A. V.
trrl7D at Charleston.4 01 P. * \
A?UCSTA NIGHT EXI'Rt>o
(SUNDAYS EXl.'KlTLD. .
Leave Charicstou.7 an p. vt
irr:TC at A-im-to.....e Ju A. :J
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, Nhsbvtl'e
ind ?Jew Orleans, v a Grand Jnnction.
Leave Augusta....'..4.ld P. M
Vrrive at Charleston.4(0 I,
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M,
Arrive at Columbia.1.46 A.
Connecting (Sundays ?xc.ppipdi with Oroonviii? ti d
Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with charlotte and south Carolina Ball,
Leave Columbia..1.6? P. v.
Arrive at Charleston.6 30 A. M
Leave Charleston.4.OS P. v
Arrive at Summerville. 6 3).?. M.
Leave Summervale.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and Columbi i Pannenccr Trans on Mon
cara, WEDWESOATB and SATUBOATS, and between
Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays excepted,)
connects with up and down Day Passengers at King
Leave Camden.8.35 A. M.
Arri? e at Columbia.ll.uo A. M.
Leave Columbia.1 45 P.M.
Arri VP at Camden......0 00 P. y,
(signed) H. T. PEAKE,
Sept 16 General SuDennt'idpnt.
E tV KULT K .\OKTIII
TEE ST. LOCH
IROS MOUSTAIS A \D SOOTHERS RAILWAY
Is now open for business frc-m
COLUMBUS, KY.. TO ST. LOUIS.
Making the quickest, safest and only ail rall route
to St. Louis.
Passengers taking this route avoid one change of
cam acd a tedious rlv<>r transfer of Uventy miles,
?nd arrive in St. Loni* FOUR AND A HALE HOURS
in ad vanes of any other Road.
?J-Trama leave Columbus upon the arrival of
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. K ALLEN,
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE PBOPBIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN
anoouuticg this elegantly-furnishe i Establishment
now open lor the accommodation of guests. The
table wiil always be supplied with every debcacy of
the ecason, both from the New York and Charleston
markets, and no efforts will be spired to give perfect
satisfaction in every respect to our patroi>9.
FRl.E LUNCH in tho Refectory every day from
ll until half-past 12.
WM. GORMAN. 1 p 00,?ctora
H. H BADENHOP, J -0P-LCTOR9
?ep! 23 Imo
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CUSS HOTEL. SITUATED ni A
pleasant location, and in the business portion of the
city, renders it tbe moat desirable Hotel for tither
permanent or transient guests. The accommodations
are unsurpassed, having extensive suites of elegantly
furnished apirtments lor families and single f potle
men. Thc proprietor will endeavor to maintain the
high reputation erjoyed by tho "Charleston" as a
first-class boase, and no effort will be spared lo rle
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it.
The best of Livery accommodations will be found
adjoining the establishment.
The house is supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water, of winch delightful baths can be bid
either day or night. E. H. JACKSON,
July 13 Proprietor.
rjUIB A VDKHStJ V I.VTKLLIGE \ (lilt,
PUBLISH! D AT ANDERDON, 8. C.
E O Y T . <fc .G O., Proprietors.
THE INTELLIGENCER HAS A URGE AND
constantly increasing circulation in Anderson and
adjacent counties, and, being tbe onlv paper pub?
lished in Anderson, affords an excellent medium
for advertising. ?
Business cards inserted at reasonale rate3
Liberal deductions made from regular terms to
yearly and half-yearly advertisers.
/}3~Jub9:ription $2 60 per annum, invariably in
JAME* A. HOYT. J. F. CLiNKSCAL??. '
Sept 3 imo
A ? G K .
THAT ANY BICK MAN SURVIVED THE
treatment of fifty yean aro, must be considere! a
proof thu human beings are very hard to kill.
The lancet, calomel, cantharidiea and drastic pur?
gativea ?vere thea the order of the day. The; ph y
sic'an played into the hands of the apot^acary, and
the unfortunate pitient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine}. We
ive in a more rational and conscientious era. The
importance of supporting Natara in its conflict
with disease is now understood. Complaints In
themselves weakening are no langer aggravated by
artificial dop'etion. They are met with TONICS
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de.
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, ls
This wonderful vegetable restorative is the sheet
an:hor of t':e feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which thc tender sex are especially subject, It ls
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climate^, tropical, temperate or frigid, its acts
as a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines tho bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it ig Introduced it be?
comes a standard article-a medicinal stapl?. Drug,
gists, although their profit upon it ls small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquire?, and for which nobody will
eaccpt a substitute. It la to-day the most popular
medicine in tbe civilized world. Extensively as it
ls advertised, its best alvortisemeat is tbe bcueflchl
result which uniformly follows its use. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at least haifa dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it brices and fortifies the
sys'cm without exciting undue cerebral ac?or.
The cheffing effect whirh it jrodticei upon the
mind is not momentary, but pormanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It does not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, be.$et ? craving for ex
citants. On the other band, it s o;hcs and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as the anomaly may
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
withtLoseofa tonic and invigorant. The perfect
purity of all its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to the purposes they are intended to sub
erve, thc juJicious proportions in which they aro
combined, and the scientific skill with wiiich they
ar? b'ei.ded, render this famous ar'.icle at once tlie
most'potent and thc most harmless of all knoiyn
onlcs and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
_frogs, Cdeotrals, (tte.
J? U 8 K O O I
ON ACCOUNT OF THE GBEAT NUMBER
WONDERFUL CUBES OF OBSTINA iE .
ANT) INVETERATE CA9ES OF
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, &a,
MADS BT THE
IT HAS WON THE ENVIABLE REPUTATION OF
being the best and moat popular Mediane ever dis
It it daily prescribed by physicians, and recom?
mended by many thousands of our b?at citizens.
For sale by ?
DOWIE A MOISE.
Charleston, 8. C.
?And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
MO- LADIES SUFFERING FROM ANY DIS
EASE peculiar to their sex. can be restored to health
by using DB. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEND."
It purifies the secretions, and restores the system to
a healthy condition.-ffc
For sale by
DOWIE A MOISE,
Charleston, S. C.
Jury 26 nae ly
jy H. KICHAU'S
ASE FOR NO OTHER, TAKE NO OTHER, AND
you will save time bealtn and money.
tl i. IO BEWARD for any case of disease in sty
stage which they hil to cure.
Dr. RICH KV'S ?TOI.DEN BALSAM No. 1 cure?
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sor*- Ihroat and Mouth. Sore
Eye?. Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions Coop?r Colored
Blotches, soreness of the Scalp. Scrofula, Ac; is tbe
greatest Renovator, Al'eiative and Blood Purifier
known, removes ail otacas?* from the system, and
leave? the blood puru and healthv.
Dr. RICH A D'S GOLDEN HALLAM No. 2 cure ?
Mercurial Afflictions, Rheumatism In ult it?form?,
whether from mercury cr other causes; gives imoie
uUts relief in all .ases. No diethyr necessary. 1
have thousand* of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, *5 per bottle,or two bottles foi
J?r RIOEAU'5 GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, ?pee
dy. pleasant and ra ii cal cur.- tor all Urinary D??
nuements, accompanied with full Jirccuous. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. RICHAU'? GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR.
ladical cure for Nervous or Gen. ral Debility, in ol
or joung; fmportinir energy with woadeiful effec
Price SS i cr bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ol price these Remedies will be shippe
to any plac?. Prompt attention paid to all corre
dents. None genuine without th? name of "Dr.
RIPHAU'd GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. U. RICHARD .
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass ot bot'les.
Address D. B. RICHAHD".
No. 228 Varick-stroet, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars sent. ly Julj 3
JE CARR P V ti
WHKNYOU A RE EXHAUSTED BY OVERWORK
of bi ad or hand, and feel the need of something In?
vigorating, don't lirlnk whiskey or any intoxica tine
thin?, whether under the name of Hitters or other?
wise, such articles give just a? mncb strength to
your weary bods and mind as the whin gives to th"
jaded horse, and no mor-. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve- health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REACTION.
liodd's Nervine and luvigorator
is a TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. Wtat it gams for
you it maintains. When itrefreshts body or mind,
it refreshes with natural strength ihut comes to stay.
We arc not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of nny l'action; but long and extended observation
teaches us ?bat he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he keens at it. that he
ls kindling a fire in his bones which will consume
like thc flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonic that will refresn and not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE is for sale by all Drueuists. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each hettie. 7mos June 28
U K R POP
THE ONLY CERTAIN
sealed and warranted to
keep ftesh for all tyn>e
the greatest discovery
of its kind in tbe age we
be troubled-with RATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as Hs efficacy. Bundreds of testimo?
nials have been received from all parts cf the United
The great advantage this RUBE POP posseites
over all similar prcparatioas is (he FACT that it is
Certain In Its Kffects.
and free from the unpleasantness of rats dying in
their ho'.es. a? i: causes them te leave the premise?
to seek air, and consume* them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ol referena-s csn be made to
Persons in this City,
Who have successfally used it.
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOU TH CAROLINA,
DOWIE ?fe MOISE,
IMPORTER* AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 33 m wt Cmo Oharieston, S. C.
MUM'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND AIL nsr.tsrs OF TEX
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUET ARE RECOMMENDS!) ET 7HI
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOE E.
CHEMIC? ANS APOTEZCABY,
MWF<n' Sale by Druggists Eccrytc?icre."&
Februaiy 18 mwflyr
QHARLESTUS A ti K I C (J L>T U K Al
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT."., GARDES
^ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. P1NGRFE.
Nc. HO Meernr-etriet, charleston.
March 2, Orno
nFORTAitT TO Pl? ? STEH 9,
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIBS,
FOR BALING COTTON,
TEE ARROW TIE.
THE INCREASING DEMAND FOB THIS POPU?
LAR FA8TENING FOR BALING COTTON
has induced the i roprletor to provide a largely in
creaaed Stock for tho present season, and we are
now prepared to fill orders In aLy quantify.
The "ARROW TIE" is put up In bundles of ?2.
Banas and Ties, each ol ten ieet in length, each
bundle weicbiop 56 pounds.
HUBERT MU KW & CO..
Agent, for South Carolina,
Boyce'? Whurf, Charleston.
Set t 8 ?wiulla
ASTRAL OIL ,
f-NO CHANGE OF LAMPS
: -Will not Explode
egree* higher fian vi
Box 3050. nU
Sand Sar circulars, with
BS0?IZ2, TEZ GILT,
?mi\| DROP FIXTURE;'
STAHL z^Xj^^saT '
For Hotels, Restaurants and Public BuildlrrJV
W.*T. & J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., NX
Aiu-nst 13 Smoe
Alum & Dry Plaster
Axe most desirable for quality, ii
finish and price. /
Caimot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
COMBINATION LOCKS I
pje&fce (?end for a catalogue to
MARVIN & GO.,
(oldest rafe manufacture rs)
" . . , ( 305 Broadway, New York,
Principal J 72l Chestnut St., PMk. '
Warehouses j j 08 Bank St., Cleveland^
And for sale by our agents in ti?
principal cities thronghont the
FOB BALE BY
WM. M. BIRD fr C0?
No. 303 EAST BAY,
Uti VKI.C ?TWA?
Spool QL'.ttuo _
mliili'ill'IMfii'1' 'Jiii'li'iii "
WOOL cairns <8*?&?s98u&W ?OCTAHT?.
sf ?xialey> fietfiSB?L
w: ru; na OB