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C Meeting* Tuts Day.
Palmetto Division, Sons of Temperance, at
half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Piles ThU Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at bis
store, madder prints, hosiery, Ac.
CITY TAXES.-Attention is invited to the no
tice of the city treasurer, in another column.
T The time for the payment of the taxes has ex?
pired, and all delinquents who lail to settle
before the 1st of October will have the penalty
of 20 per cent, added to their bills.
STEAM TIME BT SAH_The fine schooner H.
T. Hedges, Captain Frauklin, arrived here
from New York on Saturday last, having left j
that r* * on Wednesday, and consequently
mak ihe passage in good steam time. She
brines an assorted cargo, and is in Messrs. H.
F. Baker & Co.*s line of New York packets.
CLUBS AND STARS.-John Quiray, arrested
for shouting and raising a disturbance in Meet?
ing street, was discharged.
Thomas Pinckney, a small colored boy, who
came very late to his work, and being there?
upon reprimanded by his employer, replied in
an abusive manner, was taken before the
Mayor and sent to the House of Correction for
FALSE ALARM.-There was an alarm of fire
about half-past ll o'clock, on Saturday night,
iniiarket and Meeting streets, which, on In?
vestigation, proved to have beei without
foundation, Hook and Ladder, No. 2, were
ont, and also one or two engines, but after;
looking around awhile for the fire, the ma?
chines were run back, and the neighborhood
resumed its accustomed quiet.
A STARTLING INTERRUPTION. - While the
Rev. C. B. Northrop was preaching at St.
Mary's Church yesterday morning, a white
man stepped out ol one ol the side pews,
gj|alked rapidly up to the communion rail, and,
in au excited manner, said to the preacher
"Will you allow me to explain that?"' Mr.
Northrop told him to go to his seat, which he
did, and soon afterward be left the church.
It was ascertained afterward that the man is
named Addison, and is decidedly crazy.
Music IN HIS SOUL.-Benjamin Bee, a small
oolored boy, was arrested on Saturday by the
' detectives, charged with stealing a pet mock?
ing bird from his employer. Ben. had been
sent to attend to the bird and it disappeared
from that time. The prisoner was brought
before a trial justice, and on examination
stoutly maintained that a certain old cat was
responsible for the disappearance of the bird.
There being no evidence against him, he was
discharged to settle with the tom cat lor his
FLYNN'S CHURCH ROBBERY.-After the
sacrilegious depredations upon the mourning
ol St. Luke's Church, and the carpeting of
tr* Unitarian Church, few persons will be
more than ordinarily astonished to hear that a
short time ago Flynn's Church was entered by
thieves, who carried off several tumblers and
the silver baskets for the collection of alms,
with the mahogany table upon which they
stood. The scoundrels effected their entrance
through a window at the back of the church,
and evidently spent some time in searching
THE SCHOOLMASTER IN JAIL.-J. H. Simon
son, the Edisto doctor and St Stephen's plan?
ter, who created such a stir a few days ago
among our business houses In Meeting and
tjKlng streets, was brought before Trial Justice
Schroder on Saturday morning, and, after an
examination, committed to jail. The prisoner
exhibited a curious combination of shrewdness
and simplicity which left the justice in consid?
erable doubt whether he was crazy or an Im?
postor. He will be examined again shortly,
and in the meantime is again at the head of |
his flourishing seminary in the jail.
THE A DOER LINE.-The liberal offerings of
freight at New York, with a largely increased
demand at this port for room for cotton and
other produce bound North, has induced the
accommodating agents of the loBg-established
and reliable Adger line of first- class steamships
to Increase their trip?, and the well known
steamship James Adger, Captain Lockwood,
reached here on Saturday, and the favorite
steamship Manhattan, Captain M. L. Wood?
hall, on Sunday, both from New York, with
large and valuable freight lists. These ships
will be oispatched from this port during this
week lor the accommodation of shippers, and
we expect to report erowded freights for
THE FIRST BIO CAROO FOB NEW YORK.-The
Steamship "South Carol i aa,- of the Iron Line,
famous for b:g things, sailed on Saturday after?
noon, with a very large and full cargo of cot?
ton, rice, naval stores, goods, fte., being the
first ol the new cotton season series of mon?
ster cargoes. We refer to the list of exports
for the particulars ol these 3100 packages. The
coastwise steam lines are all coming and going
full, and evidence the popularity of the
Charleston route fbr through freights and the
very large consignments to the wholesale and
retail trade at home. The Georgia, of the same
line, left New York on Saturday afternoon
with another full cargo. The freight offerings at
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore are as?
suming large proportions, but the steamship
servioe ls ample at all points.
h,. COTTON FACTOR ABROAD.-On the 25th of
November last a lot of sea island cotton
amounting to three hundred and twenty-five
pounds, was consigned to a colored man, in
this city, named Joshua Haig, who circulated
himself among the colored people as one ol
the most reliable cotton lactors of the city
Dolly Buller, of James Island, the owner of
the cotton, was one of those who trusted to
Haig, and sent him her cotton, with orders to
realize at once, and turn over the money
Two days after he received it, Haig sold the
cotton for about two hundred dollars, and, in?
stead ot coming to a settlement with his prin
cipal, packed up his goods and chattels, aud
took the tiars for some distant place of refuge.
The poor woman complained to a trial justice,
but the defaulter was beyond the reach of a
warrant and snapped his fingers at the law.
On Friday evening a disturbance occurred In
a house In Warren street, and the police
arrested a colored woman for trespassing
upon the premises of J. Haig, as the prosecu?
tor called himself. The woman gave her name
as Julia Haig, and, for being drunk and dis?
orderly, was sentenced to pay a fine ot five
dollars or go to the House of Correction for
five days. At the time, however, J. Haig was
recognized by an officer, and ere loag he wa?
surprised by a constable with a warrant for
his arrest, and taken before Tria! Justice
Magrath. He was examined on the charge ol
breach of trust and grand larceny, and admit?
ting the facts of the consignment of the cotton
to him, and Its sale, he excused himself by say?
ing he was called up the countiy on business,
and did not have time to adjust hts accounts
?lth his principal. This excuse was not deem
I valid, and, upon failing to give the required
ball, he was committed to jail to await his trial
at the November term of the Court of General
THE HEALTH OF TUE CITY.
The number of deaths from yellow fever,
during the past week, as shown by the daily
reports of the city registrar, is 26, viz : Mon
day's report 1, Tuesday's report 1, Wednes
day's report 3, Thursday's report 4, Frldaj's
report 8, Saturday's report 4, Sunday's report
5. These deaths occurred on the following
days: On Sunday 1, on Tuesday 5, on
Weduesday 8, on Thursday 5, on Friday 4, nad
on Saturday 3; total 26. These figures show
that the heaviest mortality, as was expected to
be the case, was immediately after the sudden
change in Hie weather from sultry warmth to
damp coolness. In our last weekly report we
showed that the number ol deaths up to the
16th instant (including the death on that day
reported by the registrar on Sunday) was 56.
Adding the subsequent deaths to date, we
have a total of 82 deaths this year, against
464 tor the corresponding period in 1858, 96 >o
1856, and 365 in 1854.
We annex our usual table of comparative
Deaths up to Au?
August 19. 4
AU4USt 26. 20
September 2. ??6
September 0. 70
Sepiexiber 16. 127
September 30. 72
October 7. 53
October 14. 48
October 21. 31
October 2i. 23
November 4. 8
November ll. 0
November is..,..., a
November 2i. 5
Grand total- 614
NOTE.-The week in 1858, corresponding to that
ending September 23, 1871, ended on September 27,
and, m 1858, on Stptember 25.
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH, /
CHARLESTON, September 23,1871-12 M. f
Four (4) certificates of death from yellow
fever received since last report.
ROBERT LEBBY, M. D.,
In addition to the above, the following
have been received since last report:
One for fever, malarial remittent, dated Sep?
One for phthisis, pulmonalis, dated Septem?
One lor scrofula, dated September 21.
One for trlsmua nascentlum, dated Septem?
One for want of vitality, dated September
Two for etill-birth. one dated September 20
and one dated September 21.
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, )
CHARLESTON, September 24, 1871-12 M. j
Five (5) certificates of death Irom yellow
fever received sine* last report to this hour.
ROBERT LEBBY, M. IX,
In additition to the above, the following have
been received since last report:
One for consumption, dated September 23.
One for typhoid pneumonia, daied Septem?
"Reliable Information" about Charles*
The Orangeburg News has been "reliably In?
formed" that the yellow fever In Charleston Is
far worse than the newspapers report, and
that crowds die daily. Perhaps the News, in
printing such a statement, did not reflect that
?twas Indirectly accusing the Charleston board
of health *nd the city registrar, not lo speak of
ihe daily press, of deliberate falsehood. Every
death which takes place in Charleston ls regu?
larly reported, and as regularly printed in the
newspapers, which give, In official lora, every '
day the number of deaths from fever and
other causes. If the "reliable" inlormant of '
the News asserted that any deaths occur which '
are not reported by the registrar, and printed '
in these columns, he said that which is wholly '
SuirpERs will notice that the steamship 1
James Adger will sall at 3 o'clock P. M. this
day, Instead of on Tuesday, as previously an?
CHOICE COTTON.-Messrs. Witte Brothers,
factors of our city, sold to Messre. Porcher A
Henry, cotton brokers, on Saturday last, a
choice bale ol colton grown in Darling un
County in this State. It presented to the eye as .
perfect a specimen of the staple as may be
seen during au entire season, is faultless In (
preparation, perfect in color, and is a sample ol \
this valuable article which cannot be grown in
equal success anywhere beyond the Southern [
cotton belt. It was purchased for twenty t
cents per pound, and will be sent to the Louis- ,
ville lair for exhibition. The bale weighed j
four hundred and fifty-six pounds.
MEETING OF THE ISRAELITES.-Pursuant to ]
the call of Mr. Philip Wineman, president of (
the congregation, a well attended meeting of \
the Israelites of the city was held yesterday ,
morning, at the Tabernacle in Haeel 6treet. ?
The object of the meeting was to procure re- j
sponslble citizens to visit and attend the sick
Df the congregation, and a large number of
gentlemen immediately volunteered for that ?
purpose. This praiseworthy object having '
been accomplished, tue meeting adjourned. 1
There are two Jewish societies In existence ]
tiere for the rebel of the sick, but the action of
:be meeting was rendered necessary by the
ibsence of a large number of the members.
THE ACADEMEY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON- I
;ERT.-By the notice of Messrs. Butler, Chad
vick, Gary & Co., printed in another column, ?
t will be seen that lue grand drawing o? their .
mmicratlon scheme, in which almost every- ]
jody in this community and thousands out ot' .
lt are more or less interested, has been post- i
poned for reasons which all must admit tobe 1
iood aud sufficient, until the 8th day of Jana- |
iry next. We are glad to say that orders for j
tickets are steadily pouring in lrom all parts of 1
the country, and we are assured by the esti- !
mable gentlemen la charge of the scheme that (
ihe drawing will most certainly take place on t
ihe day now fixed. (
A CREDITOR'S RUSE.-Among the recent t
?eceders from the fever crisis was a trader f
owing a small bill, which he had promised to 5
pay on Saturday morning, if the creditor would
be BO kind as to call. The latter, strange to
say, was so kind as to call a little earlier than
usual, and found to his dismay the shop of his
Jebtor shut up and Hie proprietor absent.
Learning that he had gone to the train the
creditor hurried up to the depot, and arrived, "
puffing and blowing, as the whistle was about (
lo be blown. Seeing his man on the platform i
Ihe creditor reminded him ol the small trans- J
action which they were to have settled that i
morning, and asked for an immediate liquida- i
Lion. The debtor saw his advantage and kept J
talking kindly until the train commenced io \
move when he declined to settle. The creditor ?
was at his wits eud, but bethinking himself of e
i little stratagem, he rushed to the door and \
jawled, "Mr. Mackey ! Mr. Mackey ! hurry a
ip. Here he ls; arrest him at once." The *
creditor heard the talismanic name. Yellow
ever and a trial justice were too many good
.hinge to be kept in Charleston for, and with- i
)ut suspecting the ruse he got a friend to set
,!e the small account In full. Without the for
nallty of a receipt, as time was scarce, the 5
:reditor pocketed the amount, and with a 1
(mile "thatwa3 childlike and bland" he waved
i lender adieu to his departing victim as the ?
.rain vanished lrom the depot. i
1856. 1858. 1371.
5 0 1
3 28 3
7 39 0
10 73 21
16 103 14
24 12S 9
24 8? 26
90 404 S'S
THE DEATH OF THE HON. WILLIAM
The HOD. W. 8. Henerey, one of the worthi?
est citizens of Charleston, died at his resi?
dence at the corm: ol Bt. Philip and Spring
streets, at six o'clock on Saturday morning,
the cause of his death Mng typhoid pneumo?
Mr. Henerey was born ?a Beaufort, S. C., on
the 2d January, 1827, and removed to Charles?
ton when about seven years old. He was ap?
prenticed to Mr. Thomas Dotterer, (the prede?
cessor of Eason Brothers,) a skilful machinist,
and one of Hie best mechanics of his dav. In
184C. just as Mr. Henerey completed his time,
Mr. Potterer died, and Mr. Henerey went to
Waccamaw, where he remained for two or
three years, having in charge the Brook Green
Rice Mills. Desiring to perfect himself as a
skilled mechanic, Mr. Henerey visited the
North and worked lor some time in the Novel?
ty Iron Works at New York. Being armed at
all points, be now returned to bis native State,
and began business in Charleston, in connec?
tion with Mr. William Lebby, under the firm
name ol W. S. Henerey ? Co. In I860 Mr.
Henerey became sole proprietor of the works,
which he conducted, in his own name, up to
the day of his death. The agricultural imple?
ments and machinery turned out from his
shops were of the highest class, and the plan?
ters of the State, for many reasons, will de?
plore his untimely end.
The personal character of Mr. Henerey was
pure and unselfish in the extreme. A mao ol
scrupulous integrity, he fulfilled ali the duties
of lile with conscientious care. Of him it may
truly be said, that he loved his neighbor as
himself. He was never deaf to the call of |
friendship. For his friend, in any emergency,
he worked as zealously as for himself. To all
Whom he employed he w?9 gefi?T?US And con?
siderate. Toe interests ol his workmen were
as his own. Ic was his cherished desire to
see them improve their position; to make
ihem Hie honored heads of happy and pros?
perous homes. His patriotic devotion to his
country was both true and deep. In the Con
tederate army he served as first
lieutenant of artillery, and worthily
wore the grey. After the war, In 18CC, he was
elected lo the Legislature of the State as sena?
tor from Charleston, and discharged his public
duties with the unobtrusive fidelity and con?
scientiousness which marked the conduct of |
hi? private affairs. He was also a member of the
city council of Charleston. For many years he
was an active director of the Howard Associat?
ion. What he agreed todo, he did with all his
strengtb. In 1654 he was elected and ordain?
ed a deacon of the Citadel square Baptist
Churob, ol which he was a constituting mem?
ber and a member of the building committee.
His gentle piety and humble submission to the
Divine will were i he sunshine of bis lifetime
and the solace of his death.
No one could say that Mr. Henerey was the
champion ot a class; nor did he ever bow to
popular prejudice. Although elected to the
Bute Senate as the representative of the work?
ingmen, the merchants and bankers knew
that their interests were equally safe in his
keeping. Deserving and enjoying the confi?
dence of his fellow-citizens, he had no enemy,
and all Charleston was his lriend. A life full
of ruefulness and honor; an early death, met
with fortitude and resignation! What more
can be said ol the staunch friend, the trusted
citizen, the zealous Christian, who now, ali
trouble ended, sleeps the sleep of the Just?
The luneral ol Mr. Henerey took place yes?
terday morning at the Citadel Square Baptist
Church. It was attended by a large number of
Dur most prominent citizens, and the spacious
edifice was crowded by the multitude of the
Irlends of the deceased. The services were
conducted by the pastor, the Rev. E. T. Winkler,
tvbo delivered an eloquent and affecting dis?
course upon the character ol ihe deceased,
choosing the following as his text :
Prov. 10,7: The memory of the Just is blessed.
Prov. 22,1: A good name ls rather tc be desired
t' an great riches.
At the conclusion of the services the remains
were escorted by sorrowing lnends to their
final resting place-the family burial lot at the
First Baptist Church in Churcli street.
DISTURBERS OF THE PEACE.-About six
o'clock Sunday morning the peace and quiet of ?
the inhabitants living in the western portion
of Queen street was disturbed by the loud
shouts and cries of a gang ol midnight
marauders, who had evidently found their way
down that side after starting two alarms of j
fire during the night. The noise awoke a
gentleman living in the locality who ls just
getting over a flt ol sickness. He went to ihe
window to see what was the matter, when he
c-bserved these noisy characters, all of whom
be recognized. Not knowing what they were
ilter, he kept on watching their movements,
tvhen suddenly a notorious fellow, whose
oame is known, stooped down and picked up
i rock, and deliberately hurled ii against bis
Souse anti ran off. Where are Hie police ?
PROFESSOR AGASSIZ AND THE "TIDAL WAVE.'*
lt may calm the apprehensions of ihe nervous
among our people to read the following cor?
respondence which we lind in the Wilmington
OFFICE CAPE FEAR RIVER IMP'MTS.
WILMINGTON. N. C., September lt;. 1871. j"
Professor Agassiz. Harvard College, Cam?
bridge, Massachusetts :
DEAR MR-The rumors in the papers of a
jreat "Tidal Wave" on our coast, as linpuied
;o scientific calculations made by you, to oc?
cur on the 5th or Gth proximo, I take the lib?
erty of addressing you and asking the simple
question : If such a report emanated from
.ou? Ot course criticism and laughable allu?
mons are made by the press and people to the
prognostication, but owl ns to ihe im?
mense property and numbers of men I
lavo exposed upon the coast. Improving the
nouth of the Cape Fear River, I hardly deem
t justice lo them that 1 should treat this sub?
ed lightly. But in the absence ol any official
statement, I, of course, do not wish to be
leedlessly alarmed, and act foolishly in re
noving property and men from a supposed
insole position. I presume you have received
housands of letters upon this subject, and I
)nly wish you to consider my letter as not
?vi iiten in an alarmed state ol mind, but as a
luty I owe to Ihe United States in protecting
heir properly and the lives of my men. By
in immediate reply, you will oblige, most re
ipeCU illly your obedient servant,
United States Assistant Engineer.
MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY. )
HARVARD COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. MASS., >
September 19, 1871. )
Walter Griswold, Es']., U. S. Assistant Engi?
neer, &c. :
DEAR SIR-In the absence of Professor Agas
iiz, I have to acknowledge the receipt of your
avor ol' the ICih Instant. Io answer to your
nquiry, I have to say that Professor Agassiz
ias never expressed any opiulon, BCieniiflc or
Rherwise, on the probable appearance ol a
.tidal wave" on our coast, on Hie 5th or Cth
>roximo; nor has he ever prophecied the ap
learance of a tidal wave on any other coast, at
iny other time. This report Is entirely an in?
dention ot some newspaper penny-a-liner. I
im superintendent ol Professor Agassiz's mu
leuni, and have been with him daily for a year
mst, and know that he has never expressed
in opinion on this subject, or referred to lt In
iny way, except as a subject of annoyance to
I am, your obedient eervant,
THOMAS G. CARY.
Hotel Arrival?-September 23 and i\
J. R. Hamilton, 8. and A. Telegraph Company:
?. A. Barber, Camden; F. W. Heyward, Cooper
?iver; W. P. Russell, South Carolina.
J. W. Tuttle, Savannah; W. Stevenson,
Liken; J. Bateman, Montgomery; N. Turck
:cln, Orangeburg. t
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE HORSE!
FLESH.-By reference lo our auction column?,
tte admirers ol fast or useful nags will have a
chance to satisfy their desires by attending
the auction sale of Messrs. Leitch <fc Bruns, to?
morrow morning, of the stock In trade of the
Mills House stable.0.
THE ACADEMY CF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
certs, as advertise! by Messrs. Butler, Chad?
wick, Gary & Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent
for this splendid and attractive scheme, is now
prepared to sell tickets for the same. Appli?
cations to be made to bim at the office ol Mr.
C. Claclus, corner East Bay and Centra] wharf.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TUE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to lurnlsh cood envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4 per
thousand. Send your orders. Every merchant
and business man should have his card printed
on his envelopes.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5. $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
A BOX containing one quire of Note Paper
with Envelopes to match, for 25c, at
CHAS. C. RICHTER'S,
ma} 13-m Hasel street Bazaar.
A SPLENDID SEWING MACHINE, (Florence
pattern,) ls to be raffled at Yon San ten's Ba?
zaar. A rare chance to get a fine machine for
a mere song. augI2
AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE FOR THE SICK
ROOM.-Every famliy should provide them
eeles wllh "The Union Kerosene Stove." Many
lives may be saved. The sole agents for this
city are J. B. DUVAL ?k SON,
sepll-mwf No. 337 Klug street
I DESIRE to Inform the people of Charleston
and the country that they can buy a better
and cheaper Sewing Machine from me than
they can elsewhere, and now ls the time, and
No. 31 Queen street is the place to get a first
class Sewing Machine, either new or second
band; so come one, come all, and let me serve
you to a No. I Machine.
JunlO J. L. LUXSFORD.
By the authority of the act of the Legislature of
Kentucky, or March 13,1871, the Trustees of the
Public Library ol Kentucky will give a
GRAND GIFT CONCERT,
AT LOUISVILLE, KT.,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871.
lco.ooo Tickets of Admission, $10 each, Curren?
cy: Half Tickets $5; Quar er Tickets $2 60.
Tickets will lie sent by registered letter. The
money for them may be sent by P. 0. money
order, greenbacks or draft.
Each ticket cons-Ms of four qia ter*, value
$2 to each. The hoi ter ls emit ed io admission
to the Concert, and to the value of the gift award?
ed to lt or Its fr. ellon.
$660.000 IN GREENBACKS will te distributed to
holders ol tickets, In gills of from $100.000, the
highest, <o $100, the lowest-being 721 gifts lu all.
The Concert ls for the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Citizens' Bank of Kentucky ls Treasurer,
And the Corporators and Sopei visors are the
Hon. 'IHOMAS E. BRAMLETTf, late Governor of
Kentucky, and twenty-seven of the most distin?
guished and respectable citizens of the State.
The undersigned, late principal business mana?
ger or the very successful Gift Concert for the "cu
eflt of the Mercantile Library at San Francisco,
has been appointed Agent and Manager ol this
Grand Gift Concert.
The drawing and distribution will take place In
public, ai.d everything will be done to sat.sf y the
ouyers of tickets that iheir interests will be ss
well protected as If they were pera.nally ptesent
to superintend the enilre affair.
Fur tickets and information apply to
C. R. PETERS,
No. 120 Main street. Louisville Ey.,
No. 8 Asior House, New York.
H. N. HBMPSTID, NO. 410 Broadway, Milwaukee,
M. A. FRBNCH, Virginia City, Nevada.
M. A. WOLFF. No. 316Cheshunt street, St. Louis.
Tickets also for sale tn every prominent place
In the United states. _sep25-mwfi2
Drrj ?cocu, Ut
NEW GOODS !
NOS. 24,4 A IV I > 4,37
BEG TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THEY ARE >W OPENING
NEW DRESS GOODS,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
NEW AND LATEST STYLES OF
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED
Cools, Siloes, Ut.
BEST BOOTS AND SHOES,
THOSE FASTENED WITH
CABLE SCREW WIRE
The pliability, durability and economy of these
Eoods are fast rendering them THE MOST POPU
AR GOODS IS THE MARKET, their superiority
over either Sewed or Pegged work being apparent
on the first trial.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
All Genuine Goods bear th? Patent
Stamp on the Bottom.
SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
A few of the genuine ESPICS "FUMIGATEURS
CEPTORALF.S" to be had of DR. H. BAER,
niay2S No. 131 Meeting street.
Cotton gfeg, &t. _
M OOO O H TIES. M
M SLOAN & SEIGNIO US, Agents, ?
M COTTON FACTORS, BROWN & GO/8 WHARF.Jf
Blurts ano irnrmetjmg Q?oob?.
AT NEW YORK COST!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
FILL MD MINTER GOODS,
The under.-igned is now closing ont bis superb
GENT S FURNISHING GOODS,
U N DER WEAR,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
NOW IS THE
CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
iHacrjincrrj, (Eastings, Ut.
f MERON, BJ liKLE? & CO.
Keep constantly on hand, and ready for imme?
diate delivery, STAT ONA KY, PORTABLE AND
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, and can furnish, at
short no ice, sny description of Engine not kept
regularly In stock.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of approved Patterns and different sizes, ready
for delivery, and Hued with either Ratchet or
From Sixteen to Thirty lncn; French Burr, Don
ble-Genred r.Kl>T MILLS, AIFO. the Cnlversal or
Star CO HON GINS, THREallERs?, CANE MA?
CHINERY, HORSE POWERS, Ac.
BAR IRON, STEEL AND METALS.
A lanre assortment constantly on hand of the
NAILS, SPIKES &c.
HENRY DISSTON & SON'S
PATENT CIRCULAR. GANG. MULAY. HAND
AND CROSS-CUT SAWS, GUMMING MACHINES,
FILES, AC. AlSO,
"INSERTED TOOTH" SAWS.
SWADGES AND SAWYER'S TOOLS GEN?
AILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
A full Une of Pure OILS, as follows: Sperm,
Lard, Neatsloot, C.. B. A Co. a Lubricator, - White
Oak Oil," Tal:ow, Axle Grease.
Rubber and Leather BELTING, warranted.
Also, fi um and Hemp Packing, Jute and soap?
stone Packing, Lacing, Gaskets, Belt Fastenings,
Sheet, Pig, Bar and Pipe.
BLOCK TIN PIPE.
PUMPS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
H08E, LEATHER AND CUM,
Of all Sizes.
Steam Gauges, Water Gauges, steam and
PLAIN AND GALVANIZED. IRON
A: Factory Prlce3 of MORRIS TASKER A CO.
STEAM AND MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS AND PAINT OIL.
ROPE, OAKUM, SHEATHING FELT
AND PAPER, NAILS, SPIKES, Ac.
CARTS, WACON8 AND TIMBER
or the celebrated make of WILSON, CHILDS A
PATENT IRISH ROOFING FELT.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
N. E. CORNER MEETING ANH CCMB-RLANO Sra.
angl4-smth6moDAW CHARLESTON, S. 0.
?pRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Grimault A Co., Paris :
SYRUP OF UYPOPUOSPIIATE OF LIME, asor
erign remedy in phthisis-reUeves, Coughs,
Pepsine, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac.
Digestive Lozenges or the Alkaline Lactates, t
pleasant and effective remedy for functional de
rangement of the digestive organs.
Troches of Peraine and Paucreatine.
PURGATIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cottin.
VOMITIF LE ROY. Pharmacie Cnttin.
Dragees de Santonlne.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's ABthma Cigarettes.
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
may30 _No. m Meeting 8trpB?.
?PRAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, poBtagt
paid, on receipt of price.
Tlie Antidote is the best remedy that can bt
administered in Manla-a-Potu, and also for au
For Bale by Dr. H. BAER.
No. 131 Meeting street,
a-6 Agent for South Carolina.
THE NEW DISINFECTANT !
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arreste
and prevent* putrefaction and contagi?n. P.e
pared only by Tilden A Co.
For sale by all Druggls?s. Physicians furnished
with samples for trial by the Wnolesalc Agent.
Price lor Pint Bottles 60 cents.
C. J. L?H N,
sepl-fmw2mos WHOLESALE AGENT.
RE-AJD THIS !
AX OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
FOUND OF CURE.
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS !
Jost received, a supply of
CHLORIDE OF SODA, ftc.
Al o a supply or MEDICATED WILLOW CHAR
COAL, m Powder and In Pastilles, imported from
Pans, prepared by Dr. Bellte, and approved by
the French Academy or Medicine. This ls the
beat article ever offered here; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive of Yellow Fever.
AIBO, a supply of the best WHITE MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended as a preventive of
CaU early, aa the anpply ls limited, at the Drug
Store of DB. H. BAER,
ang29 _So. 131 Meeting stn et.
Recommended by the New York Board or Health
aa cse or the beat Disinfectants.
For dhlnfectlsg Privies, Vaults, Drains, Cess?
pools, Rooms, ic.
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PANKNLN, Chemist,
Ko. 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. C
Price-FIFTY CENT* per bottle. se
Kow landing a cargo of very superior FRESH
For sale low, at
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 94 CHURCH STREET,
sep4 E. M. GRIMEE, P. 0. Box 374.
Drugs ano Jfleoinnts.
HE FOUNTAIN SYK1NQK
BFLF ACTING.-NO PUMPING.-NO AIR
The best universal SYRINGE in the market
It ls recommended by the first Physicians of th
lt ls BO simple that lt cannot get ont of order
There are no valves, and nothing that will cor
rode. One will last a life time.
Dr. JOS. H. WARREN, an eminent Phlsiclan, ot
Boston writes to the manufacturers:
"From the fact of Its atir.a>i<<>.ity and correct
principle in the structure of youv 'FOOD tain Sy
ringe,' and for the easy manipulation, practicable
result, and comfort to the patient, I have recom
mended this Instrument extensively."
The Profession are invited to can and exam In*
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
n'o. 131 Meeting street,
may30 Agent for South Carolina
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROSADALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Ur. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, of Baltimore.
Dr. TUOS. J. BOYKIN, of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DORO AN, of Tarboro', N. C.
or. J. s. SPARKS, of Nicholas vue, Ky.
Ur. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Ur. W. HOLLOWAY, ol Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. McCARTUA, of South Carolina,
and many otnera. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endorsed by Rev. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary?
land Conference, formerly Chaplain in the con?
federate Army of Northern Virginia.
la Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acta at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex
pelling all impure matter aod building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. wi.NKM AN A CO., ! Agents in
Dr. H. BAER, ) Charleston,
Statiion B?lgt"-SI)ii ?Tan
By YY. McKAT.
rpHLS DAT, AT 10 O'CLOCK, AT
J. Ko. 140 Meeting street, will be sold,
109 pieces MADDER PRINTS, Satinets, Cassi
mere, Broad and Beaver c:o h. Meltons, Jeans.
Denims, Shirts and Drawers, Flannels, Alpacas
and a large assortment of H sit rr, Notions, Ac.
Slnrtion Soles-fntnre dans.
By TV. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BROS.
WILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY MORN?
ING, September 26th, at half-past 10o'clock,
In front of the Mil.s House Stables,
15 HEAD < >F HURIES, i Express Wagon and
Harne-s. 2 sets Single Buggy Harness.
T he fol lo wine are the Horses:
One pair Brown Matched Mares, 6 and 6 years
old, very handsome and stylish, and can trot to?
gether in four minutes.
One pair Bay Mares, 4 and 6 years old, good
movers in single or double harness; suitable for
heavy work; one a good saddle nag.
One Bay Horse, 6 years old, stylish and good
mover in harness; would make an excellent doc?
tor s horse.
One Gray Horse. 6 years old, prompt mover In
single harness and a good saddle horse.
One Brown Mai e, 8 years old, draws well in har?
ness, and a good Brood Mare. .
One Bay Hoi se, 7 years old, stylish and good
mover in i.arness ; little thin.
Fonr Bay Horses, from 6 to 7 years old, suitable
for plantation or dray work.
One cht smut Mare, a perfect beauty, thorough?
bred, works in don?le or single harness, and av
number one saddle nag. This Mare took the pre?
mium at the Geo gla "tate Fair for style and
beauty over a ring of : wenty.
One very large Brown Ho: se, 6 years old, suit?
able for hoisting or dray work.
The above lot of horses can be treated for at prl
va e sale op to morning of sale._sep25
SHERIFFS S A LE.-MARCUS BEY'
NOLDS vs. JOHN E. BROWN.
By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me direct?
ed and delivered, in the above case, will be Bold,
on MONDAY, the 2d day ol October next, In front
of the Courthouse, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All the BIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST of the
defendant In Thirty-seven Shares in the Stock of
the Northeastern Ral road.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of the
defendant In the above stated case.
Term- cash. E. W. M. MACKET, S. 0. a
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
FOB ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY
Concern.-By order of the Acting Frenen
TU UR-DAY next, 28th instant, will be sold, aa
she now lies at Southern Wharf, at ll o'clock
The French Brig DELPHINE, of Agde, Taffenel,
Master, which put into this port in distress while
on her voyage from New Orleans to G ree, Afri?
ca, together with ber Spars, Sails, Rigging, An
chore, Chains. Ac , Ac._?ep22
Bj J. FBASEB MATHE WES.
ESTATE SALE OF TWO LOTS ON
Will be sold on TOES JAY, 26: h instant, at the
Old Postomce, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
'Ihoee two LOIS Ot LAND on Sullivan's Is?
land, being the second and third Lots east of
Fort Moultrie; bounded to the north on Middle
street, to the tomb, on-street, to the west on
property now or formerly of Benj. Mordecai, and
to the east ou property now or formerly of -
Childs. The said two Lota con -.sining about one
acre, more or lesa.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for papers
and necessary Btampe._Bepl9-tnsmtn4
Walt\)t9, Jnoelrg, Ut.
'^yriLLlAM G. WHTLDEN, AGT,.
Continues the basin eas at
NO. 266 KING STREET, CORNER BEAD FAIN,
And will give his personal attention to
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AN1>
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS AND FANCY GOODS?
ALL, BLACK A CO.
HOS. 666 AND SST BROADWAY, N. T.,
DIAMONDS AND ALL PRECIOUS STONER.
Best Quality of
ALWAYS OM BAND.
JEWELRY, WATCHES AND
NO. 307 KING STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER?
WARE AND FANCY. COODS.
All the newest and most exquisite designs ur
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Lecntlne, Opera, Neck and vest CHAINS; Seal
Ringa, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Ea .r or Miniatures. Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
NO. 307 KING STREET,.
A few doora above Wentworth street.
Cotton dies, Oine, Ut.
rp3E WINSHIP COTTON GIN,
MANUFACTURED LU ATLANTA, OA
The subscribers are the Agenta for the sale of
the above Superior GIN, and beg to call the atten?
tion of Planters to Its merits. Price $4 per Saw?,
delivered at any Railroad station m the state,
PELZER, RODGERS A CO.,
aug28-2mofl Brown A Co.'s Wharf.