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"c?Ti:: AFf A? RS:. :
AoTERTiHExa wiii ? tak e no ti w that we c. mn OT
.engage that Mj^?r^JW?K, B?en? t?-fTHB
NEWS office at a later hour than haii-past Dine
. . o'clock at night' %rfflr'if?d? lathe next morn
1 ?ngs paper." Afi exception to'
_ ha farrer ol notices of meeting?, deaths anti
fanerais, -j jtygTf .jill' .'"J_
.J '. Appointments. .
[ Judge Carpenter has m?de.arrangements to
address the people as follows:
" ItWbapetaw Church, on "Saturday, the 15th
.instant; at li A. M.
- " it the Ckth-House, Mount Pleasant, on Sat?
urday, tbV??th'Instant, at 8 P. M. ^ ,
On J^'er. island,-on Mohdai, the lttti in
.- stant.V..'': \'^' "- . -, .'?.' ~ j
At the Camp. Ground, Ed ? s to island, on Tues
" day, th?i?ti lD8iant: ' "!
.;-! j '. T. . fW?T?I 1 !'..... .:
i' ?| Mer tl ?sr?-Thia Day.
MM :::XU .-?.X F>~
.<-. Belief .Loan Association, at balf-past 7 P. M.
BefornrCIub, Ward 5, at 8 P. M.
RANOHVOP TEE TuEitMC?iETBB at Joseph
: Blackman's drag store, No.'.S9 Eroad street,
. ber U: 8,o"ctock,:60; l?, 6*; 12^ 68; 2, 69; ?8;
;...?, 65; 8, 62: \- '.y -.-y "'. "' ' '
i TUE :STQCX.Bas.ni). of.this- city ? adopted the
! Ifq?owJmg^ V
bj i ?esclue(l,: That through : respect for : the
; ? m em orv-of-.General Lee, there be no meeting
lo of thin board<on fttvrday^ tho ISthinstant.
M. . Cl 10 V.Oil i-).:. .? ' . . ?'-' ?2
' TM?^''.C??cncH. ' SVSDAT: SCHOOL-The
I '? regular Bemi-anniverpury '' Of this Sunday
.'; school will take place tomorrow afternoon,
t at half-past 3. o'clock; Several scholars will <
,J'\denver addresses suitable to the occasion'.
RfirORS-'.MEBXDiS.' AT! MOUNT PLEASANT.-A
.T meeting of tbe.cttJ2ens bf Christ :C?urch Parish
--.will be: hehl at the Club House;, at Mount
.iv.PJeasant, j to-night/ at 8 o'clock. Pronnneht
.^speakers'will address[ the meeting,- . .
"XSif??bk. W. fji-. .pEPASSL-This gentleman
.i-i-Tetnrned'; to camden- yesterdayy leaving in
; Charleston pleasant recollections of the time?
ly, eloquent and patriotic speech delivered by
-him, on the spur.ol the moment, at" the grand
TB? MEMORY OF GESERAL 'LEE.--? ?oe?t-,
bs lng of the citizenaoir Charleston will: be held
\ ??t Ifie;Hibernian:H^at'.f2 o'clock?ctany? for.
. / j t hq .parp?se ot paying a tribute to the memory
of General B. E.''Lee. Arrangements nave
been made lor the. accommodation of* thc
ladles who may be'present: ' *
a : : A, GOOD EXAMPLE.-Joseph Edmon sion, . thc
. ? well-known and popular wharf builder, in a
,' j- pnbliehed card/decline-! the Domination offered
li bim by* the"Maehairics and Laboring' Men,"
"deeming it the duty ot ail good men tc sup
... port the icgutar nommeee of the Reform
1 - Jumes A tiger,' Cap tain Tit om -a M. Lockwood,
"arrrivedye&terda'y^orenoon JSOT? TORLCV
with-fc-er accustomed punctuality... She tirings
)? f? a ^ fiOtX.'?l?abl? -%?^; all parts' bf the
t -ship* ?eJDg''Aiii;.and-:-an excellent .-passeager
*.L-V??- .'?'.?'. ?WIti lo . BS .
;.u;- j<??B8.AXD ?^AB8.-rrA :dxlver,'rWho refused
st -to turnt> oat B of :klng ; street with - a loaded j
Jj J T^n;>^^erf;flo:.', v L ?. ?
V' . Officer Johnson, Qf the affective police, has
- ''recovered' serveral articles-of eOrerware, which" |
., were judea irpm Mr. B>"iirigg, in Market f
street, by a man named william E. Thomas.
.. .THE' "ipjro.?.TO?r jfliA STEAMER LE OJ ARD.
' This large Iron ?te am er met with an accident
- to her wheel and put into Chester, on Lhe Del- j
awhre;BlVeT,'whea-it was found necessary to
put on "a new Wheel; The Work Was done with
ail dispatch, and the Leopard sailed on Thurs- :
-day forthlA: port, and ^ ill. return with ont an
hour's delay, the time'of sailing being fixed at J
tri2n^?IcckonTnesd?y.?..::.. .. ." L
.instit .i ? !. ? 1 ..? . :.?v:il
? ;~. .PnO^nUMA'EIQy -, BX JAB 'jttATOB^ J>RO TEM.
. :. ' We invite attention to the pr oclamat lo ? ol' the
Maybr"^ jfa"tef?r'wVl<h .a^n^are ?n another
col um", ..-quiring all bar-rooms and saloons
1 v..tobe closed at.6.o^oek'.oj?-l^esdaj evening
i i and recjain cl os ed' un t il 6 o'clock ' on Thursday
morning. Those Interested would do well to
notice th? proclamation^ as the. penalties lm- -
posed are heavy and will be'enforced with the'
utmost'rTg?f. " ... . 1
-'? ? Utttr ; 0 i'
CENTRAL CLUS. -At a meeting, of the Cen
I ; - tra! Club ol the' Reform party, held last eve?
ning, the following preamble and resolutions.
5< were unanimously adopted: :'
' -'- Whereas, The Union Reform party, through
':'their' delegates regularly elected, have pre?
sented a ticket, alter due-.consideration, for
the support, of t he peo sie; therefore, be lt
Resolved. That tue Central Club regard it as
. essentially important that this verdict ol the
people, th; o ugh their delegates, shoula r^e re?
spected; and that the whole ticket, as nomi?
nated, should be supported by every friend of
- Union and Reform.
Resolved, That it is the duty of every patriot
. .?nd lover ol his country and State to dlscoun
' tenance every effort of disappointed aspirants
to split the ticket thus nominated.
Resolved,,That we w?i support the whole
ticket as thus "nominated, ana that these reso?
lutions be-published in THE DAILY NEWS and
Courier,- . ; . z I S i ' '
. UNITED STATES, COURT-Ho$. GEORGE S.
"BRT?N, JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The District Court
was opened at ll A. M. yesterday, and the
following business was disposed of:
.la the matter of the Laurens Railroad, it
was .or Je red .that counsel be. heard, on the
report of the registrar, on the 21st Instant
.'- ' The-p^attbtf ?of Charles T? WlUfams, in the
aiatter of Edward W. Seabrook," which' was
l J referred1 W the regi8trw,.tw^ on,
and. the report coadrmed, .aitd Laurel Hill
,., plantation, ordered ' to be sol* at auction, and
the proceeds of sale applied to the payment of
costs and .the satisfaction of the bond.
i! tl!?;^;ln?<j[?bf^?l,'app^ in
bankruptcy, was ordered tc ^ 'ar before W
J. Claw son, at Yorkviile, on the 14th of De?
cember, 1870, to submit to an examination ar>
' cording to the act.
John Carroll flied his notice of intention to
become a citizen.
? T. H. Hawkins, of England, was made a
citizen ot the United States.
.CRUMB*-The "nominees of the Regular
' "Republican Convention ?? "th? 13th of Sep
,M^w". wiU-meet in pew-wow this afternoon at 4
: Mr. N^J. Thouron is announced as a candi?
date for Congress, lkin opposition to R. S..*
Tharln, Esq."' ..:
. .Congressman Bowel's speech did not please
the iess?r lights ol the Ring, at the mass meet?
ing last Thursday night, and one of the most
prominent among them lett the stand (l. e.
.the,. City Hall steps) very soon after Bowen
There was another magnificent auroral dis?
play last night.
" Yesterday afternoon ? little boy named
(' McBride was severely cut on the head by a
brick while engaged with some, boys In throw?
ing at acorns in Aiken's Park!,
Mr. Isaac T. Hard, an old and prominent citi
- -zen of Augusta, died on Thursday morning of
disease, of the heart
S?rtjj .... . ..' ?
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at A3, fi,
SA, $6 50 and 18 60 per thousand, according to
fixe, at THE NB wt; Job Office. <
! Tai GBHSH MOBSTER MATINEE tc-day is a
great ebano* for the :cniIdr?o to see the most
woTHicrfdl pantomime ofthfi aae. lethero go
early, aa.tfaere.iriU beagreat crowd., . .. ?
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.-At a
special meeting of the Chamber, held yester?
day, Vice-PresidennrT. Tupper presiding,
the reporta ol severa! committees were re?
ceived and confirmed. The chair announced
that the rooms would now be open daily for
the accommodation ot members and their
guests; that by regular attendance there dur?
ing'Change hours,..he was .satisfied that .the
purposes ci commerce and the business inter?
ests of members would be greatly, advanced.
He hoped tins hall would be made the re^Qg.
nized rendezvous of inercbants at stated hours
ol the day, wh?re business information' could
readily be obtained and negotiations of trade
entertained and consummated.
The following gentlemen were elected mem?
bers ol the Chamber: W. H.-?Porter. John
Riggs, Theo. Stoney, W. P. Ravenel, A. Leng
nlck, L; W, Sprau, Jus. A. LaflUe, W. J. Ma?
grath, Jp.mes M. Shackeilord, Berkley G ri ra?
bal], Winborn Lawton, Louis McLaln, C.
irvine Walker, Hut son Lee, James Chapman,
D. W. Jennings, H. H. DeLeon, A. C. Kauf?
man, Thomas A. Waring.
! REFOEM MEETINGS.-A very earnest, and en?
thusiastic gathering of the citizens of Ridge -
ville and its vicinitywas held on last Wednesday -
night. The meeting was called to order hy
Mr. A, T. Cordes in a very pleasant, chaste
speech; and after the usual preliminaries. Mr.
W. M. Cummings was appoioted chairman,
atuLMr.'.T. J^Qariey secretary. Mr. Cummings
in a spirited address informed the meeting of
what had been done by the Beform Convention
the day previous at Walterboro. He painted
the prospect of Reform in Oolleton in glowing
colore, and appointed committees to transact
business touching the day of election.
.: At about ll P. Al., a tram arrived having on
board a delegation from Charleston, consisting
of Meaers. Nathans, Steinmeyer, Lawrence,
Sims and Thomas. Mr. Nathan?, in tones that
made the welkin rintr, addressed the assem?
blage for about an hour. He was listeneJ to
attentively, and .frequent questions and repor?
t?e passed be ween him and the colored citi?
zens-all in the best of humor. He mudd a
deep impression on hie colored audience that
will make itself felt at the Ridgeville, pole on
next Wednesday. , H?.was foll?w?d by Captain
?tei?m?yfrn' ano* ' Mesprs?' Thomas'; Lawrence
andi Sims','' who delivered very' 'effective
'speeches.'-- ' .. .- '. ; j ?
uv -. - it-1-i-*-:-rn .
t DONATIONS TO THK .FAIR OF THE GERMAN.
LADIES' SOCIETY_The. ladles gratefully ?c*
knowledge the following donations : One
seven per cent bond for $100, J. H. Kalb*; C."
D'. Franke, $50 In cash; one pair vases, Mrs.
Graver; one castor, Mrs. Funke; one crochet
tidy, Mrs. Catherine Block; one pair shoes,
Mrs.'J. Wnlbern; one pair vases, D. W. Oh
landt; packages ol coffee and sugar, Mrs.
?Kueck; one pair vases, Mrs. A. E. Kueck; one
bottle Rhine wine, J. Martin; one pair vases,
E,;Pl Lehmkuhl; one metal's'ug?f-dlsb, one'
bottle brandied cherries, Mr.: Hesse* one pair
vases, one silver teapot, and one bead basket,
J. Carvers; one pair .bead;baskets, Mrs. Von
Hadeln; .one ton of coal, F. P. Selgnious: one
crochet table cover,, one pair ol cups and
saucers! Mrs. Dunneniann; two pair vases,
Mrs. F. Meyer; two pair crochet mats, Mrs. M.
Torck; one crochet table cover, Mr?. G. Graf;:
one china basket, Mrs. Fedder; one pair china
AT-Gerken; one .package sugarrH.'Wulbern;
eight dozen eggs, L. Habenlcbt; two, pair
vases, W. G. Whllden & Co.; H. Gerdts, $10;
A. Geilfuss, $5; A. Koennecke, $3; D. LiUen
ibal, ?3; H. H. Xneer-,$5; J. C. Otjen, $2; 0.
WIeters, $2- H. Kueck, $5; H. Hoffman, $2; F.
W. Scharfer, $2; G. Hadd?rly, *2i: .*." '.'> .
ACADEMY OF jlu?io-BENEFIT OK R. D'Or
UTOGDEN.-'fbe benefit of the, , above accom?
plished actor and "efficient" manager drew out
afashT?nable house last' night.' The^ comedy
of P?rfecti?ni'?r" the Maid of Munster,' opened
the performance. This .piece was especially
chosen for the debut of Mrs. B. D. Ogden, wife
of-the beneficiare. She played the title role,
Kate O'Brien, in an effective and jady-llke
manner, and her first appearance gVv? token
bf much excellence in the art which she has
chosen for the future. Charles Paragon was
performed to the lile by Mr. ' Ogden. : Of the
other parts,. Mr. Whitaker was ' bustling
and vivacious as . Sam, and Miss Sal?
lie Partlngtoni correct, as usual, as Su?
san. Sir - Lawrence was creditably per?
sonated by E, R.. Dalton. The pantomime of
th? Green Monster closed a thoroughly enjoy?
able performance, and we sincerely trust that
no groat space' ol- time wm elapse, before we
again have the pleasure of welcoming Man?
ager Ogden and his company back to our
boards-a wish which we feel ls shared by all
patrons of the Drama in our city.
There wiu be a grand Green Monster mati?
nee for ladies and children to-day, at 1 P. M.,
and the iarewell performance of the wondrous
Martlnettls takes place to-nigbt. Be sure and
?tend, orel?e you will miss a rare treat.
B U S T*\ E U 8 K O II C ES .
A FINE STOCK.-We would refer our read?
ers to the advortlsement ol Mr. Von Santen,
n another part of our columns, where lt will be
>een that every little want can be supplied, by
stopping Tn at his store.
MIRK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. octH-ffe
WRITING DESKS AND PORTFOLIOS, one dollar ?
jach-Hase? -street Bazaar, and No. Kl King
itreet. ?. ?' : octli-ts .
FRAMES ! FRAMES ! FRAMES .'-AT REDUCED
??RICES!. AT REDUCED PRICES!-For Photo?
graphs and Imperial Cards-the greatest va
iety ever seen in' this city-the Ladies are j
(specially invited to call at No. 161 King street^ j
>r at the Hasel street Bazaar. octU-fs |
Only at. BLACKWELL'S,
No. 12?Meeting street, below Market,
octio _ _
WATER-PROOF BROGANS-Just received, lour
..nsee ol those celebrated brogans lor winter
vear. Sold by the single pair.
7 JOHN COMMINS,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oci6-tbA. . Near the Market.
HATE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
?lack? WILSON'S GROCERY. jun8
? BUSINESS ?SV'KLOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
s now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4 per
thousand. Senu your orders. Every mer?
chant and. business man should have his card,
printed on his envelopes.
SHOES ! SHOES ? SHOES ?-The public are re?
spectfully invited to cali at Lyons's Cheap
Shoe House, No. 78 Market street, near Meet- i
lng, north aide, opposite Co-operative store,
sign of big boot and sign of big shoe, where i
you will be politely waited on; the' proprietor .
always on hand at this fancy establishment, i
Yon will oartalnly obtain bargains.
aug27-s6mos T. LYONS.
?A CARD FROM MS. WMlTINQlW
... TO THE EDITOR OF TBE SEWS.,
Over the signature of "Fact*,* an attack has
been inade up?h "toe In 'your1 columns of yes?
terday.-' li ls with1 Borrow; ' Mr. Editor,
that now, in my old age, after a life' spent lo
che service of my fellow-cltlzena,. I should be
called npon to answer an anonymous attack
ol such a character, and while I am aware that
the general rule ls neser tb notice an anony?
mous communication during the excitement
Of an election; but I am satisfied that a fair
statement is the best method to meet any at?
tack, and appealing to my past record as a
full answer to the scurrilousness and abuse o'
the card, I think lt best to state the circum?
stances under which I have ??n?l?iuedf to hold,
Inquests and act as coroner for the past two.
years. .At the^ time of ..the.^election of Mr.
Hurley as county ' coroner,' I' Bera the
office of coroner -: of"* "the Parishes of |
?St. Philip and St. Michael, and under the ad
rvice of.wnnsel:I,conttoied, to JhoW inquests
, and act as coroner until the Legal expiration, of |
.the .terra of that office, lh.^Uat^,n?i ^?mi
ring,! held inquests asa magistrate until Twas I
i?rn?a:t?ut:of that office by Governor Scott,''
and ra May last, and after that time. Mr. bur?
ley tendered me an appointment as deputy
coroner, which commission, approved by
Judge.Carpenter, I accepted. This is the his?
tory of my action as coroner, and lt is one of |
which I am not ashamed; and in continuing to
act I think I have subserved the best Interests
of my fellow-citizens, and given satisfaction'
E. M. WHITING.
COUNTY CORONER. '1
?? . -'? ???? . ? ants
TO THE EDITOR OF THE 2? BWS.' '
? Mr. E. L. Roche, In his card replying.to the
card published by me on Thursday, last, states
that I was a candidate before the Union Re?
form Convention, and that every effort was used
by my friends and myself to secure my nomi?
nation; and farther states that he was placed
in nomination and received fifty-one votes,
while! received twenty-one, and then objects
that I, in announcing myself aa an independ?
ent candidate, am endeavoring to defeat the
voice of the convention. . " .
In the first place, 1 am not aware that the I
vciriE of the CONVENTION bas any force the'
moment it ceases to be the voice of the peo?
ple, or the moment it oversteps trie measure
and extent of its delegated authority.
xNeverthelegSij I airi, willing, ,tO .'me'ei,' Mr. j
Roche, qr any one-else,, upon the question of |
toy endeavoring to divide the party, and the
best wny to do thlais. to offer: lo myiellow
ci ti zens a plain statement of the facts. .The
office of coroner was not- Included in the call
for the convention, which call was published
by Geo. H. Waller, chairman pro ?em.?harles
1 ton Cobnty, In the following words:' - '
?t"The convention will nominate Candidates
lor the following offices, viz:'' A Judgeof pro?
bate, a State senator, eighteen members ol
the House of Representatives, three comity
commissioners and a school commissioner."
HThls call fixed and limited the pawer of the
convention.! * fs%? ? | i ( . . g^-,
SAt the time of (his call, no proclamation had
been, made declaring the office of coroner va?
cant or ordering an election, and certainly no
opportunity was given lo the members of the
convention to canvass among their constitu?
ents, in their primary meetings, as to who
should bc nominated to fill that office.
. Oh Monday morning,'October 3d, the . day of J
the. meeting of the. .Reform .Convention,? the
proclamation ordering the election wai for the
first. 1 time published; and at io o'clock the
.Charleston delegations, as lam informed,
went Into secret caucus, and at 12 o'clock the
convention into secret session, thus cutting off |
all communication with its members, and pre- ;
venting all canvassing unless lt was between
its own members. It was cn these grounds
that my friends and myself objected, more
especially when it is remembered that Mr.
Roche was a member of the convention.
My friends thought I had not been fairly,
dealt with, and a'few days after the nomina?
tion by the convention I was nominated by a
card, endorsed by forty of my fellow-citizens.
This nomination I did not immediately accept
until I had consulted with tay friends, and
submitted the proposition to Mr. Roche pub?
lished in my card of the 13th instant. Under
these circumstances, I am perfectly willing to
leave it to the determination of the voters of |
this county to decide between the nomination
of a convention so made, and the nomination
of my fellow-citizens. E. M. WUITINO.
MECHANICS'AND LABORING MEN'S TICKET.
To the Editor of the Newe: You will please an?
nounce In your columns, for the Union Re?
form Ticket, In behalf of the mechanics and
laboring men, and oblige MAXY VOTERS.
. For Governor,
HON. R,:-B. CARPENTER.
GENERAL M. C. BUTLER.
For State Senator,
FRANZ MELCHERS, ABRAM BROWN,
JOS. EDMOXBTOX, T. W."EASTERLIXO,
CYRUS FENWICK, A. M. JACKSON,
B. O'NEILL, -"..'. j. c. SHULER,
W. H. FRANCIS, GEO. WASHINGTON,
7K*. F. BRITTON, S. P. SMITH,
E. D. ENSTON, SIMON POLITE,
RICHARD HOLLOWAY, CARL BERLIN,
JONAS BTRD, PAUL B. DRAYTON.
. For Probate Judge, ? ?
GEO, BUIST. .
For Coan ty Commlitloncrs,
Louis DUNNEMAN, T. S. BROWNING, -
SAMUEL HOLLOWAY. '
For School Commissioner,
"E. MONTAGUE GRDIKE.
For County Coroner,
octl3-T* E. M. WHITING.
FOR CORONER, E. M. WHITING, ESQ.-Messrs.
Editors : Believing that this is no time to re?
move 'd om office an efficient officer who has
tong and lal th tully served the public, and who,
by his energy, courtesy, uniform kindness and
consideration, hos given universal satisfaction
to the entire community, we would respect?
fully nominate E. M. Whiting, Esq.. as a. can?
didate tor the office of Coroner of Charleston
County at the ensuing election. .
oct6 ' 15ANY CITIZENS.
MESSRS. EDITORS-Please announce Louis
DcsNEMAN as a candidate for County. Com?
missioner, for Charleston County, and oblige
0015-* . _. MAXY VOTERS.
Fan CONGRESS, B, S. THARIX.-Messrs,
Editors:- Please announce R. S. THARIX as the
People's Candidate for Congress for this Dis?
trict, and oblige . . MAXY VOTERS.
FELLOW-CITIZEXS OF CHARLESTON COUXTY,
S. C.-I hereby beg leave to state to the public
the motives which induce me to run for the
office ol County Commissioner of this county.
There are a great many of my fellow-citizens,
both white and colored, who have solicited my
name to be used as an Independent candidate
for said office, knowing my capacity to fill the
I hereby accept the nomination, and if!
elected, will do what honor, and Justice de?
mands, to myself and my fellow-citizens of
Charleston County. Yours, ?c.,
Charleston, 8. C., October 10,1870. octll*
LIVERPOOL-Per bark - An nie Kira ba! 1-944 nils,
to order; l ca ie books, to- Frost 4 Adger; 1 case
containing a niano, to Gibbes k co; 13 crates and
ll casks earthenware;?to'Asbnry 4 Young; is
packages inrnltnre, to Order; 4 casks mase, to A
S Hanckel; 2 boxes plates, 3 bales twine, to Moore
k Holt; 17 blocks and 38 slabs marble, 3 cases
marble work, 4 cases wine, to O A Trenholm k
Son; 37 erat?, earthenware,.to WG Wailden A co:
44 crates and ca9ks earthenware, to W L Webb; 3
bags nails, 4 casks ana 3 cases hardware, 1005
plough, plates, so S? Marshall; 12<5B iron taila, to
Order; 12 tonupig iron, td Rav?i??l it co"; leases
mdse, to J 8 Gibbes.-- --
, BOSTON-Po: echr Montanans b??es' upland
cottons bagB sea island cotton, 85,000 feeVmra
ber, TO bales paper stock,,50 tons Iron, 89 oaskB
clay, 5836 bbla rosin, soo bbls spirits turpentine, 6
lions-bones;:":.: . -,-.?; nu ..?-.?; ,v\u ...!. '
The Charl ;8.on Cotton. Klee ai.? Naval
Stores MaiMft't'*"*' j
:.:::.. ::. rn:: . (?^?^ . CH AM-ESTON' 'NEWS, . >' !
..;?. . FKIIIAY. EVENING, October 14, 1870. j. ;
.COTTON.-Thiai.staple was; in, good request, and,
with only 'n:i mod?rate''stock,'?actors*to ''many
'cases were enabled tb' procure' ' 'slightly firmer
rates. Sales neat soo balea, say. -25, at 13c; is qt
I3#c; ^atM^ffat i3#c;,oi atl3Xc;,l6(at
.I3#c; 158at?4ct,'i85 atuit'c: WO Kilke: H at
.I4??C? B. ;Welqaote? ; ::,'ir,-i:" ::: aoP.:0iux:< I
itrjr. ?! p LTVSRW)OL CLASSIFICATION. ?'? W&C ?
?ul: OrdmarrtDgoodor(Unarx;w.^.l2?<@iaj?. j
Middling.: ;. i; .ux?W?
Rica.-The business in this gram was light.
Sales 52 tierces of fair clean Carolina at 7 >?c fl tb.
NAVAL STORES.-There were nb transactions of
FREIGHTS. -TO Liverpool, by steam direct nomi-,
nal; via New YbVk,j(d'j>n 'uplands, ijtfff'-?n' sea,
islands ; hy sall J?d on- uplands;' Xd< Dn sea
islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, ,','c on uplands and lc on sea
Islands; $160 ft tierce on rice; by sall, Xe ft lb on
cotton ; -- fl tierce on rlce;40c fl barrel on rosin ;
$7@8 ft Mon lumber; $9@10 fVMOa tlmber. ' To j
Boston, by sail ft rs ot? trpland conon.
To Providence,'by sall $8 ?? M on hoards,' xe
??fi- ft ob cotton;;by steam tiffi bale on New
York rates.: To Philadelphia,- by steam. Xe f, fe
on uplands;, by sall, $7 f M on boards; t9 oh
'timber; $3 ff ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by ?teatniS?e' "*? fe; by
sa!!, $6 50@'7 ft M on boards;. 639325 ft ton on
phosphate rock. - Tens?is are lu .demand ,by
our. merchants to take lumber freights. fro*a
Georgetown, si G., barten ana Sa tilla River, Ga'.,-]
and Jacksonvllle,'Fla., to Ndrtnerri ports, and $10
?i2 ft Mare the fares on lumber .and boards..- :
EXCH ANGE.-steriiog so daj?bui8.ai@2ij?.;i, i
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks .parchase
sight checks, at ^@>; orr, and sell at par.'
' G0LD-U2@14.' * ' ' '
.'Inrkcti by Telegraph.
- f'OKK??N. i' . .v..
LONDON, oct cb: rj4-Xoon.- consols 92??. Bonds
Evening.-Consols 02>?. . J .' "
LIVERPOOL. October ll-r^^fbob.-Cotton quiet;
uplands 8};d; Orleans S.';d; sales 10,000 bules;
for the week 69,000; exports 5oo?; suck ica.ooo:
American 100,000; receipts of the week 8000 Amer?
ican. Red Western wheat 28s sd to 28s 9d.
Evening.-Corn 28s 9d. Bacon, Cumberland -cut
63s. Tailow 42s Od. Wheat -total receipts past
three days 10,000' quarters, of which 8500 are
American.?g,f??o>tt? ^ ? '.y. .'-?v ?;
NEW YORK. Oatoucr 14-Noon.-rrStocks quiet.
Gold 13X- Money 7 per cent; Sterling, - long 8?,' ;
short P>?.. Bonds 12*;. Fl??r quiet. Wheat
quiet and firm.' Corn dull and declining. Pork
doll; mess $20 26. Lard steady ni 16XC. Cotton
dall; uplands l5Xc; Orleans I6%c; sales 12,000
bales. Turpentine 44)?c. .Rosin quiet at $2 05.
Freights finn. _*.*?'
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; sales 2400
bales; uplands I6%c. Flour-State and Western
a shade Aimer; shipping grades superfine $515a
5 30; Southern steady ; common to fair extra
$6 5&a6 25; good to choice $e soas 60. ? heat qnlet
and unsteady; Ney 1 spring $1 ?8J?al 3d; new No.
2 $114Al 18; winter red and amber we.stern.$i 32
al 35; white Michigan $l 50al 65. Corn irregular *
and unsettled; mixed Western 83Xa85Xt closing
with ai upward tendency. Beef qnlet; mess $10
a?s; extra $isal8. Pork lower; mess =20 TS.
Lard quiet and steady; steam .njfalO'ic; kettle
lOJiaiexc. Whiskey unchanged. Groceries quiet
and firm.. Turpentine lower at-44X8460. Rosin
quiet st $205 for strained. Tallow doll at 82?a
?Xe. Freights quiet and firm; cotton by etlfcam
7-ieaXd; flour hy steam 2s 8d. MonerSae. Ex?
change heavy at sxaS'X. Gold' 13X- Sixty-twos
12X. . - r^rfl*^'*"*iw<b^ .
BOSTON, October 14.-Cotton dull; middlings
15 vc; sales 250 hales; net receipts, CoasrwiBtlxeo;
stock 4500: net. receipts of week,83: coastwise I
2102; total 2165; s?les of week 1600.''
BALTIMOBB, October 14.-Flour doll but steady;
Howard street soper $5 5545 75. Wheat steady
with an Improved derna ntl. Oom duli; recel pis
light;, Southern Vhite 80c to $laL30; yellow 80a
85c. Pork firm at $27. Shoulders'l5c. Whiskey
Arm at Olaoixc. Cotton depressed and prices
declined; low middling 15c; sa.es 1010 bales; riet
receipts 344" bales; coastwise 330 bales; total 674
bales; exports coastwise 200 bales; sto*k 4475
bales; net receipts of the week 795 bales; coast?
wise 2250 bales; total 3045 bf Jes ; exports coastwise
620 bales; sales of week 2175 bales.
CINCINNATI, October 14.-Flour dull nnd un?
changed. Corn dull and lower; old 53a55; new 44a
45. Provlsions,meat nominal. Mess pork $25 76n26.
Bacon 13)?c; shoulders 17Xc: clear sides i8Xc.
Whiskey quiet and unsettled at 84c; 85 asked.
LOUISVILLE, October 14.-Bagging Arm at 28Xc
a29c. Hemp and-flax dun. -.Plotrr' Arm; extra
family $5. Corn quiet and unchanged. Pro vi
slons quiet and unchanged. Whiskey dull at 85
ST. LOUIS, October .14.-Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn dull; prime white 00c; choice yel?
low 62c. Pork quiet and unchanged. Shoulders
14Xo: clear sides l?Xc Lard.quiet and unchang?
ed. Whiskey dull at 87>ia88. Hemp quiet "and
unchanged. Bagging linn at 30c.
WILMINGTON, October 14.-Cotton' dull; mid?
dling i4c;. net receipts 141 bales; exports coast?
wise 1147 bales; stock 795 bales; net receipts of
the wetk'1874 bales; exports coastwUe 2447 bales;
sales of w<ek 380 bales.
NORFOLK, October 14.-Cotton dull and a shade
lower; lowinlddliogs l3Xal3Xe; sales 50 bales;
net receipts 612: exports coastwise 1ST;' stock
2371; net receipts of the week 3032; exports
coastwise 3463; sales of the week 390 bales. ?
CITY POINT, October 14.-Cotton receipts of the
week S82 bales.
SAVANNAH, October 14.-Cotton, net receipts,'of
the week 23^45 bales; experts to great Britain
4071 bales; coastwise 10,459 bales; sales of the
week 8800 bales; stock on hand 41,445 bales; mar?
ket to-dsy, the demand ls' fair; middling-14};a
14Xc; galeaeoo bales; net receipts 3354 bales..- !
..MOBILE, October 14.-Conon, net receipts of
the week 7844 bales; exports coastwise 3197 bales;
Bales 6600 bales; stock on hand 24..79S bales: mar?
ket to-day flt m;. middling 14c; sa es l wo bales;
net receipts 7145 bales; exports coastwise 779
GALVESTON,"October 14.'-Cotton easier abd
dull, but not lower; good, ordinary v?\c ; sales
400 bales; receipts 3S8; stock 68,819; receipts of
the week 1390; exports coastwise 576; sales of the
weet 980 bales.
NKW OE LEAN'S, OctoberH.-Cotton steady; de?
mand fair; middlings I4,'ial4,4.'c; sales 2900 bales;
net receipts 2759; coastwise 368; total 3122; ex?
ports, coastwise 3786; stock 48,558; net receipts
of week 19,655; coastwise..1644; total 21,299; ex?
ports to Great Britain 8126; coastwise 1759; sales
of week 1880. ...<... .
Receipts by Railroad, October li,
SOUTH CAROLINA JLAIIJIOAD. .
1802 bales cotton, 47 bales goods, 18'4 bbls flour.
359 sacks floor, 587* bushels gram, 156 bbls naval
stores, Gears stock. To JR Pringle k Son, L D
DeSaussure, Mowry k Son, W E Ryan, Graeser k
Smith, Caldwell k Son, T ? Smith, G W Williams
k co. Sloan A Seignlous, Felzer, Kodgers k co, G
H Walter A-co, Frost k Adger, Gaillard dc Minuit.
Reeder k Davis, Smith k Chapean, A J salinas, J
C H Clausseu, w A Courtenay, G A Trenholm k
Son, Wagencr k Monsees, Stenhouse k co, and W
C Bee & co,
245 bales cotton, 42 bbls naval stores, 136 bush?
els rice, 42 bushels peas, cars lumber, ploughs,
mdse, 4e.-ToQ W Williams <t co. Frost 4 Adger,
Kavenel 4 co, Mowry 4 Son, W K Myan, Graeser
4 Smith. Reeder 4 Davis, Peteer, Rodgers 4 co. A
J Salinas, G H Walter 4 co.' Caldwell 4 Son. Hop?
kins, McPherson 4 co, Brodie 4 co, T P Smith, W
C Bee 4 co, Claghorn, -Herring 4; co, Pringle 4
Son, T L Webb, J A Quackenbush. Sloan 4 Seig?
nlous, J Marshall, Jr, Kinsman 4 Howell, wilcox,
Gibbes 4 co, S D Stoney. J E Adger 4 co, T H 4
W Dewees, G J Luhn, C Voigt, Atlantic Phosphate
Works, E.Wel.lng, and Rajlroad Agent.
Fer steamship James Adger. from New York
W Lalrller, Mrs A Lodeakus, F Thompson. J P Lo
nenz, Miss J McCarthy, W Chtsolm, G Wier.. Mrs
C S Leckie, Mrs E L Thacker. T E Roper, J G Galt,
Miss E A Heath, R Fleet, T Parkes, Mrs L Hear?
tens, J- Welch, Mrs Mary Lapsley, Mrs S Stardl
vant. Miss Edgerton, SSturdevaot, A M Adger, S
Custer, T t Knanff, E Sullivan, V Elliott, N Lebby,
lllsbop C T Qulntard, J Bower, Mrs Qulntard, A H
BroWn and Bervant, Miss QulntBrd, Mrs Webster,
Miss Angeline Small, M Mooney, I Gallagher, D
Murphy, w?f? and four children. T Keafe, J Sa
bath, P Ward, B McGower, J Kelly, J Jordan, and
Per steamship Falcon, from Baltimore-Mr
aiton, and Mr Newklrck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown S C
S Bowman. D B Young. A V KanapauK. A amp
non, W G.Guyton, J H Young, C H Sperry, Mrs W
A Cro?t and child, M Ford, F Ford, Mrs M E CAT
vltt, Mrs s W Taylor and servant. Miss Pyatt, S
M King. Miss E S Maxyck, Miss P B Pyatt, S M
King, D B Huger, and 6 deck.
0H ABLESIOH,irjfl C-T/O BiE Bt j?i6
1 : A^IVE?J; YESTERDAY:' '
. Sieam?hlpJa^esAdRer, I^cktvoori, New Tork?
let t inti Inst.. Mdse. To Jas Ad ger A co, 8 C Rail?
road Agent,?** S Railroad -Agrent, J' ? Adjrer'i
co, Adams, Damon A oa CD Ali rene ?fe co, J ?Ap?
ple, 1 D Aikens cb,'G W Aira ar, A M Adger? A X
Barbot, C Bart ? co, Barer A Kressell. Jr BI3.
choff A co. E.B Bedford, W S Blas"!, BuLlmann
'Bros. G A Bowman, T M'Rrlst^ ?'co, E TBiroWn;
M Brown-E Bates *-_cp .;ff M^dAco^ABrook.
banks, JP Brown f an M L Buckley, Cameron,
Barkley A cp.-7-.ji otter, li H Collins A ctf, E R
Cowperti^slt, Crane, Boylaton A co, W H uhaXee
* co, L Coben, G Conner, F Dauer, Dowle, Morse
A Davis, J J Dewitt, J RDuk?B, L Ellas,-J S Fairly
A co. 3 fl Fehrenbacn, D F Fleming A co, For
fjittk, McComti A co, J Francke, Furcbgott, Ben?
edict A co, B Feldmann A co, C S Gadsden, Good?
rich, Win era an A co, Heerdts A co, D Goldstein, !
C Goldstein, J Gorham. J GoudJtopf, Gontevenler
Bros, P L Gt?llemln, W H Gibson, C Gravely, J W
Harrisson/ Haw A co, D B Haselton, A H Hayden,
Heesemann Bros, J H Hillen, TM Horsey A Bro,
N A Hunt. W Hunt, H?rt?son A cb. Holmes' Book
Honae, J Hurkamp A co, Hodges A Ward, Jeffords
A co. Johnston, Crews"* co, A Johnson, T Kelly,
C H Johnson, Kanapanx A Gonzales, C. Kerrison,
Kinsman Broa; Kline*; Wittenberg A co, KritwA
Cnapman, C Kerrison, Jr, A co, Kinsman A How?
ell, H Klatte A co, -A -Langer, Lengnlek, Sell A
Foster, P P Locke, D Lopez, J H Lopez, K Law?
less, Macqueen A Hlecke,JW Matthlessen, K Mer
nangn, Mrs W A Mehrtens, J G Miiaor * co. Mul?
ler A Wleters, Murphy A Little, M Marks. Mar?
shall A Burge, L D Mowry A Son, W McLean, B K
Neufvflle, McLoy A Rice. North, Steele .A.Wardeli,
17 D OJemann, J lvOtjefa, B tTNeilf, D Ocelli;'Pal
metto Pioneer Co-operative Association, J) Paul A
co, Felzer, Rodgers A co, R Perkins, J S A E Pier?
son. Rev A T Porter. "? R>Frinale A Son;'C P.Pop
penhelm. Paul, Welch A Brandes, J Rit ead A cd,
J pens, C C Righter A co. Riordan; Dawson- A to,
R R Hamey, W p Russell A co, L Schnell, J Shaw,
Shackelford A Kelly, J L Sheppard, D HSilcox,
Steffens. Werner *tracker, ARStlltinAn. W.TJffier
hardt, E B Stoddard A co, 8 Sturdeyapt, Stol!,
Webb A' co, A O Stone, R Thomllns?? A co, fl L
Trenholm, u A Trenholm, A L Tyler, W Vince, P
Walsh. Walker, Evans A Cogswell, W G Whllden
IA co, G W Williams A co, S H Wilson, J Winn, E
R .White, and .Wagener A Monsces. Thursday,
13th, 9 AM, exchanged1 sign?is with t teaman lp
Charleston, twenty miles south of Hatteras. - . '
Steamship Falcon. Kuy nie, Baltimore-left 11th
instant. Mdse. 'To Mordecai A co. E C Tren?
holm, S C Railroad Agent, N E Railroad Agent, C
"AS Railroad- Agent, Ravenei A- Holmes, Klfnck,
Wicken berg A co, F L Meyer, J ls c mann. Captain
W P Martin, li E Cordray, J E' Adger A co. J P
Brown, W Marscher. W G Whllden Aco, Mowry
A Son. J D Aiken A co, steamer P anter. Came?
ron, Barktey A MVW L Webb,' Claclus A Witte, E
Perry, B FeidmannA co, J H Graver. A-co. J. H
Kalb, H CobTa A'co, Kriete A Chapman." C Kerri- i
. son, Jr. A co, j N Hobson. J S M Wohltmann, F C
Schroder, West A Jones, H Bischoff A co. Wago?
ner A Monsees, J M Shackelford, S Strauss A eo.
H D Hart. W H Charte A co, J Campsen A..co, B
O'Nellf,' Knobeloch A Sm?ll; Jeffords A co,1 and
others. ! . . . . < ?i . ? .? ?/ 7? i
Steamshjp C WLord, Post, hence forNew'Tork,
put back with machinery d?rangea. " tfc'J
! .. Bark Annie Kimball, Stinson, Liverpool-50
flays. Assorted cargo. Tb Ravenei A cb,-Frost
A Adger. Gibbes A co, Asbury A Young, Moore A
Holt, AS Hanckel, G A Trenholm A Soo, S R Mar?
shall, w G Whhd?n A co, W L Webb,- J.#Gibbes,
.and others. The A.K experiencedneavy gales off I
tue coast. .'--'- ' " >-.07?? i
Argentine bark Enrique. Orcutt, Rockport, Mc
8 days. 'Ballast. To Ulney A co.
a steamer Emilie. 'White, Georgetown.-S Cv 05
tierces rice. 8 bales cotton, mdse and sundries.
To Shackelford A Kelly,-J R Pringle A Son.' J M
Ea9on A Bro, Thurston & Holmes, D E Hu cor.
Ravenei A Holmes, Claclns A Witte, Stol!, Webb
Sc co, Mrs J u Ward, J F Taylor A co. J Isear, Misi
E Mazyck, Mrs S W Taylor. L 1) DeSanssnre, G W
Williams A co, Lopez A Leslie, H Bischoff A co, D
Paul A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Klinck,
Wlekeuberg A co, and J 'i rlest.
I., .Boat from John's Island. 1 bag sea Island cot?
ton.. To Stoney A Lowndes. ,?
Boat from Santc-e. 7 bales upland cotton. To
Sfoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church... 3 bags ?ea Island
conon. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Oburch. 1 bale sea Island
cotton, 200 bushels rough rice. To W Gurney.
Received from Chlsolm's Rice Mill, so tierces
rico. To Frost A Adger.
Received from Bennett's Mill; 85 tierces rice.
To WC Bee A co.
Sehr Montana, dearse, Boston*-M Goldsmith A
British bark Kathleen. Lester, Liverpool.
Steamer City Point, vincent. Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
? \-PROM THIS PORT.
Steamship V?ybossett, Bulger, New York, Oe-1
Steemshlp South Carolina, Adkins, New Jfork.
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shenpard, New York, Oe
tober ll-had NE gales all the passage.
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore, October
Sehr L Warren, Roberts, Baltimore, October 12.
Sehr L N Lovell; McLane, Providence, R1, Octo?
ber io.. -.. :
The brig Manzanilla. Spear, from Camden, Me,
for Charleston, passed'by Holmes' Hole Octo?
ber 12T '
? ?rugs, ?1) cm wa la, &i.
A NEW DISCCWERY ! I
Salvi^jon for the Hair.
For Restoring t?Gfou Hair ito
PHALON'S "Virp/tL* diners
utterly from aH^the "dyes,"
"colorers/^?nd . restorers *'.
(?) in ?se. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpid\fragrant, and per?
fectly innocb^s, precipitates
no muddy or flatulent mat?
ter? requires no shaVng up,
and communicates no\tain to
the skin or the linc A No
paper curtain is nccp&ary to
conceal its turj^^pearance,
for the sun|fcreason that // is
not turbt?T It is, to all intents
and pufcoses, A NSW DISCOVERT
tW pfe?Ws M VITALIA" is
warranted to en^t a chance
in the color of the^feur within
1 o.days after the firstjapplica
rion, the direction^ being
IT IS AS Cr^?t AS WATER !
AND J?AS NO SEDIMENT.
Price, pne Dollar per Box,
KO TWO BOTTLES.
SOLD BY AL!>Z^IUGG!STS.
If your Druggiffj has not
M Vitalia " on liandf write, en?
closing $i.oo^nd we will
forward it ?rftmediately.
Sold at wholesale br :. I . .
& DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
Wholesale Druggists, Meeting corner Hasel street.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER,
Of the BEST QUALITY, and In quantities to snit
purchasers, can be obtained by applying to
W. J. BRYANT A CO., .
No. 2 Ann street,' Charleston. S. C.,
cc . :?r?r at Branchville Postoffice, S. C.
ta- Columbia Pheonix and Augusta Chronicle
and sentinel will please copy and sead bili to this
^?^^^-ij^ft?jil ?:t?0 loirf?O ?" PALL GOODS.
STAR SHIRTS FIT WELL STAR SHIRTS
STAR SHIRTS , .. - LOW PRICED STAB SHIRTS
STAR SHIRTS . . .. ..,.,,",, .......BEST MATERIALS. : STAR.SHIRTS
STAR SHIRTS " MADE TO ORDER STAR SHIRT?
STAT^SHTRTS"' . '.' >;:":.:..:::.:;AT STAR SHIRTS
STAR SHIRTS-' I ?^SCOTT 'S . T ; j j : \ ; j.-/ STAR SHIRTS
?XAR.?HIBjTS.,. STAR, SHIRT EMPORIUM, STAR SHIRTS
STAR.SHIRTS. ..... MEETING STREET, " STAR SHIRTS
STAR 8HIRTS4 _ OPPOSITE THE MARKET. STAR SHIRTS
Can a^d seethe new and eleganrassortm^to: Winter and Fall Underwear, Champion Braces,
Umbrellas, Canea, ScarfU, Ties, Bows and-Genny Furnishing Goods generally
... <?VHm?? ... ..? ;_.?!T:;VJ.:| r ? a J a ? ? 3
ci ./.'...!.; ? .*i\. l?j. : ?OKAIZ3H ?3 t?'
WW" ^>Fr*3??lJto a? Jli?. ./W INTER GOODS
rfSfe V-:M; ?..;,V- -.V ?1 ?082 J9J? L
JUST OPENED AT
.v,?7KS 'i? a:?lT0?a'l3?lT ??V,atf6s?sH ?dd
8 .X...O- Xi. I*,., E.B."?.
.V/ Iii r 'IVjh,
?Mi ?sat eistrT/ioi-hnoi", adT
9itlo .? ono! wr- J! .TJlipU??
: . . ? . : ! is sj oe 1 j GJOai^.
We beg to inform the ladles or Charleston that we have opened a large WHOLESALE STOCK AT
No.289 K?XQ STYLET, for the co?v??le?ce ot tlio3e?'B?lngj''conntt,y: Ort?rs/wh'et? they can'ge?att
class?s of Goods by ttfe-piece, a t jobbl a g ra tes, ss low as ot :arjy. housein uno ci ty. r ni j 03*311? 91 .<: w
Twe have also, arranged-ppr RETAIL , STORE with special care,/or. adding to the comfort and
convenience of the ladles and all who purchase
: .; '.. ... a? ,*iiu?.-y S I .a ?nlwq : r.;:!"T -c.\ ?o tc osasisnl^aaimtt?e bi!
. C; .BC . E,. A.. 3?. :zJ>> E .T;i ?r ?r. ^ . 0|^..fAT.
We are determine'! to sell all styles' of Goods at a very sana auvance on oost,-andnape ti1
oT?T?ri?nt?s,and all consumera ot the usefuL, as well ae ornamental Qoodsif oar,lin?,,wilt'.
us a call before purchasing, elsewhere. . . . - ! : .. . ' '
We have Just made very large additions to. our Stocks In '10th Stores. We beg to call special
?tt?ntt?a't? i:few le?dlriktal?sr''''' ''-y- [ u:l ^atl-Llfmoa tullian" br.,, i*no*
? DKKSS ?O?bS' VB,Ot? Al'CT?ON-C??RAP. W teffSjU ????10
A lot, of FALL POPLINS, 25e cents-' '''-'.' - t 'ir' - P?"5 ?""''-' .'?n?: ??.'.'ST- jwu - ft
??Tshades In Plain-Colored Alpacas, at 25 cents, worth40 cental-cheap.n.; > lo :??JCIUI:I.:?
LTrg?"l?t of Delalns, a good assortment of Poplins, Plain and Plaid, J^pm^tf)^^^ ^?1r). _
?I? shades Figuren-Ottoman Cloths, at 86 cents. These are choice Goods. Also, the 4-4 Ottoman
u" - Cle?J?f-ln'aUshadeB:;-:- .-. ? ?: ?oj "' '' ''''' "2 '' '?>"?'"*?*.* ?"'"?
Large assortment of Empress Cloths, ranging in price from'66 to 90 cents'BM1 - fi; .? '?>'?'? ^tP?***
Also, a CHEAP LOT OF FLANNELS, Longcloth^ Sheotlnga, Brown aadBle^t^d.Shlrttags, Ao.,.Ac.
^Together'V/itiS ?ver> ?Vn?r artl?le/t? be found w?l fofl low
for cash,' or-city acceptance,' iV'Ai: i
sep26 - a.:. :..-. :::: K? ' :!S'T"?"L LV '' \^ E^?B' A ^"? ':'10
p U R E? O S W E Gt O -S.i..T':A:ifl'' CK ft .rancira?
T^ KINGSFORD > SON, M?N?FACTORE'RS?' ? -
. THIS STARCH has established greater celebrity'than -any ;bther ever obtained, and having re?
cently doubled the capacity of their works, they.wlll now.,be able to,.meet .the demand., Their works
are' the largest of the kind tn the world', the ' production being over twenty tons each day: '
The great desideratum m the Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to secare, is uniform
good quality.. NOSE OF .INFERIOR GRADES ;IS E VER WANTED BT THE CONSUMER; and OTcry
Grocer ls aware or the annoyance caused by even a slight variation in the quality. None below tue
standard is ever allowed to go ont of the factory, sad not,a box has aver been returned to them aa
defective, lt WILL KEEP PERF?CFLY SWEET FOR"V??RS ?N'ASr?L?k?m ' ' it
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged in the manufacture of. Starch ibf THIRTY/NINE .TEARS, ^Sd
. is the Inventorpf thc process of making CORN STARCH.
"" Tho subscribers are soie Agents for Messrs. T. i KINGSFORD k SON'S STARCH, and are prepared to
"fiirn'iint??' wBolesaie and retah tra^?'?tttAinTFACT?RER'SPBIOB&-.: .,, m b?& ivt?i .- T
OCtl2-2iaos '- . 1 -iCENllY GERDTS ?fe CO., Agent*.
..d zzf.r.t od Pirco i>;ia s^ee
JT^NICKERBOCKER . MUTUAL .'L?tE-; INSURANCE -COMPANIy. ;q ;.i r. .:3f
OF THE CITY; OF NEW> YORK; : " ?
ESTABZISSOB 1863. ' tiiooqa
. . .I r. t
ERASTUS L?TfAN, President. 'I GEORGE F. SNIFFHN, Secretary. bU
INCOME FOR 1869....i...!..$5,041,924
* . . . . ASSETS OVER...W. 7,600,000
Securely m ves ted nider stringent Life Insurance Law or New York.
This Company has deposited SSO.ooO in state Bonds'wlth Comptfo?er-Generai of sonth Carolina,
as sddltltlonal security to Local Policyholders. ...,,( ?j..f
Ordinary Life, Non-Forfeit ure aid Endowment Policies Issued on every pisa. Pre mi oms payable
annnally, semi annually and quarterly. . 'J - 11 - ' i:cv? %.iryi
Rates of Premium are as low as. any Company; can offer and dp a safe business. No extra charge
for Soathern residence.' " : . -.fa? ?un V.T
Cash abd Reversionary Dividends proportioned on Contribution plan declared annually, and jnay
be used to reduce Premiums for ensuing year, or to Increase amount assured.
?g A Loan or 33 H per cent, on amount of premiums allowed if desired. Nb restrictions on- tra ve? In
any portion of the United States or Europe. Losses promptly paid. ...... , .. ~.
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Eg WM. S, HASTIE ? SON, General Agents fox the Carolinas,
sep9-tl BSmos.?BZl No. 48 BROAD STREET, Charleston, S. 0.
Cotton ?iee. - . . . " ' *h&uit3*ii . -.
lyu N W SiRP A T E N T ^ oW^STi t ITf '"'1
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Inveiitdd land1 Patented by a Virginian.
This TIE combines the advantages of great strength, simplicity and eise in'manipulation; and
the difficulty of taking np the entire slack of the Band m tne operation of pressing and compressing -
ls en*F^Jj^?-,h,^e^:1]0 have nseti tiiem we have assurances that thev are preferred. to any^Tie ^re
Tl00fl BelngMannracturer's Agents lor the sale of this admirable Tie In South Carolina, we h. ve an
ample stock on hand from which we can DU orders from Planters'Ot the Trade at the l?wesrmait9t
"W . ;..C mi ? ? B E E ?fe C O'* I "'" ' " "
/ AGENTS FOR SOUTH C A R O L IN A," AD' t? ?R^'S: W* H*AR F.
octlS-wfmlmo ..'.' : .Cf?Id? ..' ?'. ?crCT .. ..
Q ABINET-MAKING AND- UPHOLSTERY
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY BONE
I wlsb to inform my friends and the pnbllc gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK "FURNITURE ls
still at No..27 Queen street, where all the diseases
that Furniture la heir to will be cured speedily
and on the most reasonable terms as usual.
Send in, therefore,'aH your sick and wo and ed
patients, and I will beal them and matte glad the
the hearts of ali those who favor me witta patron?
age ta this Une* .;
I wonld respectfully beg leave to call your at?
tention to the fact that I am selling the best Sew
mg Machines to be found.in the ? malteet, a Doom -
plete, for only $17. Call and examine for yea r ?
selves, and read-ttae-testimonials in favor of tie
improved Common ..Sense Family sewing Ma?
chine, and then I am sure you will take one home
With you._(J. L. L UN SF ORD,
No. 37 Queen street, near Calder House?
J. L. LUNSFORD, No. -27 Queen Street
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