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TM NEWS UT THE Couarar.-Beaders of
THE NEWS -going to the country csa receive
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five oent* a mon th, by addressing a note, with
-their subscription, to our publication office.
TBS CATERPILL AB -Planters from tbe neigh?
borhood of Adams' Bun re oort the caterpillar
as abundant in most of tbe fields. The heat
and olear weather renders them comparatively
harmless during the day, but their ravages are
clearly visible at night
THC COOLIE SHIP. -The Nsw York Journal of
C -?mmerce says, in reference to the brig Betsy
Amos, reported as spoken from Hons Kong
for this port with ooolies, that 'no such vessel
as the Betsy Ames is borne on the American
Lloyd's Bejister, and BO such departure from
Hong Kong has been otherwise*repotted."
RELIGIOUS. - TL e services st the Presbyterian
Church, nuder the guidance of the Bev. Mr.
Mack, of Charleston, during last Saturday and
Sunday, were, saya tbe Oran gobur g News, par?
ticularly interesting. The young minister
convinced all who hoard bim of bis realiz i tion
of tbe solemn responvbility of bis mission.
THE Fr?3T or NEW SKA ISLAND CHOP.
The first bag of tbe new crop of long staple ,
cotton that has reached here thia season carno
by the st* amer Dictator on Saturday evening
from the 8t. Job,i's River. It is of Florid?
growth, and was consigned to Messrs. W B.
Williams & Bom It was shipped by James
Beattie, from Gainesville. Fla., seventeen days
earlier than tbe first shipment to Charleston
last sea eon. . _
TVESEETEHS.-On Saturday last, three sea?
men, respectively named Peter Antonio, John
Saunders and Emanuel Flores, were arr steel
upon A warrant inned by Magistrate Mackey,
charging them with desertion. The testimony
showed that at nine o'clock, 8?ti ""ay morn
ring, they had signed articles on the schooner
Wsnsta, and two hours later signed articles on
the British bark Minnie. Tbe magistrate bad
?hem sent Aboard the Wsnsta.
SELLING sr SAMPLE. - Mr. C. Fores, of the
firm of CsUegas, Son <k Fores, was arraigned
before the Mayor Saturday morning, to answer
tho charge of selling cigars without a liceu-e.
From the testimony, it anpears that the firm
regularly payB the taxes upon sales; that Mr.
Fores took a box Of cigars as a sam?le, sud
carried it to on? or two cigar booses, and so?
licited orten. Mr. Fores was discharged im?
mediately after his statement was made.
SOMEWHAT SLOW.-A negro woman, on Satur?
day, presented to s magistrate an order from
the Freedmen's Bureau, dated two years sgo,
for her husband to take care of their ctild.
and requested the magistrate to have the
order enforced. When she was made to under?
stand that che Bureau bsd rotted to nieces,
and the order was ss worthless now as that
costly piece of furniture had always been, her
indignation knew no boanda. If shs met her
husband while in ?hst mood, he has our
PEESON AL.-Mr. W. x*. Paxton, the business
manager of the Bom ter Watchman, ia on a visit
to this dry, tod m prepared to present to our
merchants the superior ad van taires of the
Watchman, as sn advertising medium.
James H. Taylor, Esq., of Messrs. Qeorgs
W. Wilhams & Co., has Just returned
from sn extensive tour through the North?
western States. He states that the population
and wealth of that section are developing
with unexampled rapidity. W. E. Byan, Esq.,
has aJjO gotten back from the Virginia Springs.
CiuxL TBSATKENT.-There was considerable
excite lent on Queen-street Saturday morning,
occasioned by the appearance of a little white
boy, perfectly nssed and with bis bands tied,
running down the street. He sought shelter ,
in a store, and stated that? bis uncle. Slattery j
by aime, bad beaten him in s most inhuman
manner. Slattery was arrested upon s war?
rant issued by Magistrate Mackey, and when
before him stated that the boy had misbehav?
ed Sud he bsd to whip bim. The magistrate,
after admonishing the boy to behave h mae f
hereafter, and the uncle to refrain from further
cruel Ipeatment, dismissed the case.
MATOB'S Cowar.-The following cases were
disposed of ai the Mayor's Court - Saturday
Robert Gaillard; colored, charged with Itx
ceny ?nd vagrancy, was sentenced to labor
Shh ty days in the Workhouse.
Mary Jane Lesby was op for being drunk
and disorderly m nhorch-street, and was sent
for twenty days tc- the Workhouse in conse?
j. Brady, found drunk in Chui on-street, was
discharged with an admonition not to be found
J. Yon Hollen, T. D. Malkai and H. Dryer
were^dp for obstructing tin sidewalk with
window-shuUors, and were fined two dollars
? HINT FOB DULL TIMES.-Take adran tage
I of tbe great redaction in prices, and prepare
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iog your Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and Cheaply done at THE NETTS Job Office, No.
THE NINETEENTH CENTUBT.-The September
number ot this stirring magazine has an at?
tractive table of contents. We notice a leader
on the Political Crisis; William C. Preston, by
Ex-Governor Perry; Among the Buins. A Poem,
by Wm. Gilmore Simms; An Irish Story; Oar
Early Authors and Artists; the continuation of j
Shoulder to Shoulder; another Blocsade Yarn,
and the usual literary and miscellaneous
papers. The nfWazins this month is bright,
lively and entertaining, chockfull of informa?
tion and amusement. But the "Booty-graphs"
are awfully stupid.
THE NSW Ttxuoxs, built in the north for the
Athens (Ga.) Truck Company, will be shipped
from New York, it is expected, on Wednesday
next. The trucks will be received in Charles?
ton by a committee of five members of the
company, wbo have been detailed by the presi?
dent, Henry Beuese, to take charge of and es?
cort them home. The South Carolina Railroad
Company have, with characteristic liberality,
consented to pass tbe trucks and escort over
the road free of charge; and it is believed that
tho Georgia Bailroad Company will follow tb.s
excellent example. Tbe entire cost of the new
trucks is $1100. This amount has been con?
tributed by tbe citizens of Athen?, and by the
ladies who held a fair tor the purpose.
A WHITE AND BLACK REPUBLICAN PASTY.
The colored people are awaking to the faot
that they are only the tools of the white Rad i
eals, and we doubt not that ere long there will
be a white and a black Republican party in the
Benth. ' Daddy Cain, who cl? i ms to speak for
the black men, says that he has found tbe
Northern whites in this State and through?
out the South "all intent on getting as many
offices on their sh un! dens as a for ly year old
rattle Snake, sud not with standing that tbey
are loaded iown to bell wi*b crimes, and false
promises, made and as often broken, they are
still ready to bleed more for the cause of-'li-u
m-a-n-it-y? they are as ready to bribe a man
now as ever, with, lies, whioh would shame the
'wickedest man* that ever did lie on all sides.
We find that they are willing that competent
colored men should have a share in govern?
ment, but it is the share whioh the Monkey
gave the two contending cats over a piece of j
cheese. He managed to become the ump ire
between them. In order to settle the dispute,
he took g ooo cate to bite a piece off eaoh one
so ss to leave one larger than the other till
finally he ate both pieces, and the cats bad
nothing left to contend about. Such bas been
the division of office to the negro between the
two Parties, tbe Radicals jud Conservatives in
tbe Republican Party. Of course the Demo?
crats had nothing to rive, and hence no one
believed a word tbey said. In the coming
contest it will be wise for the people to renum?
ber these double dealers and govern them?
selves aooordingly. Prepare for action, for tbe
time draws nigh."
CBUMBS.-The Mayor decided Saturday to
permit the storekeepers, on Market-street, to
keep their boxes in front of their stores, if in
so doing they allow sufficient room for pedes?
The negroes who nearly every day congre
gaie around the City Hall, and wbo, by the
way, do not appear to hare any work to do,
unless, talking politics and complaining gene?
rally can be considered such, declare tbat
there are too many negroes coming to the city
from the country; that they come and take
bread ont of the months of the men who be?
On Church-street, Friday uitrbt, there was an
infoi mal meeting of about thirty negroes, who,
For some time, loudly talked about Mayor Pills?
bury. Tbe spokesmen asserted that they had
voted for bim because be bad promise! them
work, bat he had not fulfilled his promise, and
tnat at.the next election they would vote for
Alderman T. J. Mackey.
Dr. A. G. Mackey. Kansier and Daddy Cain,
coloted, have been making speeo' es io Colum?
bia, counselling unity and harmony, and an
uncompromising Radioal cours i as the only
hone of tbe c un m on people in this State.
Jacob Jones, colored, who had his ankle
broken by being thrown from a horse, is at tbe
hospital, doing well.
A. Gardner, W. Lee, F. L. Frasier, N. Riley
and B. Smashrnm were sent nuder escort to
the penitentiary Saturday morning.
Lieutenant Taft and Officer Levy had an un?
successful chase after two men -wi i o attempted j
to force an outrance into tbe bone*, belonging
to Mr. Marx Levy, on Rutledge Avenue, near
Cannon-street, Saturday moraing, about one
Pomoey Jones, who was fined ten dollars by
the Mayor a few daya since for having com- [
mitted an assault upon J. Richardson, took
ont cross warrants for him. Kate Richardson
and Rober. Richardson, Saturday. They gave
security to appear before tbe State Court in
The case of William Wbilden, colored, who
was arres i ed for assaulting Jacob Brown on
John's Island, bas been compromised.
M. H. Collins & Co., wbo were authorized at
the last meeting of Council to furnish medi?
cined and disinfectants tor the city at "ten per
cent, below the prices charged at any time
Bince the war,'' have filed tbeir bond of $5000
to faithfully perform their contract.
Tbe omeo of the Inspector General of lim?
ber sud Lamber w?l be at the foot of Broad*
A coo proceeding was that of two men who
at a breakfast in a hotel here Saturday pulled
off their coats. They were advised to pat them
on, and accepted the adrice.
A specimen of the ram e plant, about three
feet high, is arrowing in the yard ef the Ex?
press office. It was propagated from a cut- j
A young man fainted at (he Citadel Square
Baptist Church yesterday daring the morning
John Murphy, of whose mysterious disap?
pearance and find i n g THE NEWS made mention,
has written ns a communication, stating tbat
he procured work from Captain Je?ks, but |
being old and feeble waa unable to perform
tho fatiguing labor, and having spent the $207
be had. was compelled to sro to tbe Almshouse
for temporary relier, while looking for over?
employment; that he did not spend his money
for whiskey, and that his relations with hu
landlord mts of the most pleasant character.
Some fifteen hundred Chinamen have been
ordered through the agency ia Savannah,
chiefly bf citizens and planters along tbe
coast. The greater portion of them are de?
signed tor the rice and cotton fields though
quite a number h?ve Leen ordered fer cooks,
boase servants, washers, 4c. They are tx
pee ted m January.
The rom ir that a New York Base Bal1 Club
proposed visiting 8avanoab seems in a fair
way to be realized, aa the "Savannah'' Club, on
Friday, received a communication fr <m the
"Bargen" Club, P ating that they desired to
make a Southern trip and become acquainted
witb brother "bal ista" ia tbat section; tbat
they would visit Savannah first if arrange?
ments could b:made with he Savannah Club,
goioe thence to Macon and Atlanta, and re?
turning bv wav ot Angosta and Charleston.
The Washing on and Baltimore mail, doe
yesterday, failed to arrive.
THE FiasT BALE or SOUTH CASO LINA SEA
lei; \SD Corros.-The steamer St. Helens,
from Edisto and Wadmalaw Islands, on Satur
diy 1 aat, brought the first bale of new South
Carolina sea ?sland cotton. It was fi om Bose
bank plantation', on Wadmalaw Island, owned
by Mr. J. Chadwick. The cotton was con?
signed to Messrs. Cohen, Hanokel & Co.
HOTEL ABRITAL3, AUODST 28 ABD 29-Charles?
ton HoteL-Jtuaea P. Boyce, Greenville; A. W.
Kirkland, Southern Express Company; J. W.
Bessman and son, P. H. Primrose, W. Over?
land and daughter, J. W. Burch, Augusta; A.
P. Blunt, oity ; W. H. Budolpb, F. F. Bu Re ll, J.
H. Hughes, New Tork; F. E. Suttle, C. H. El?
lis, J. E. Wentworth, J. C. Henning and lady,
8. B. Hubbard, George S. Wilson, Florida; W.
M. Bird, Charleston; E. S. Bich, Beaufort; W.
M. Gardner, Augusta; S. Haas, W. and M. Bail
road; D. Callahan and P. L. Henry, North
Pavilion Hotel.-C. H. Wright, Beaufort; W.
7. Paxton, Sumter; A. W. Connor. N. E. Bail
road; J. M. Stout, North Carolina; P. H. B.
FLORENCE, S. C., August 29.
TO THE EDil OR OF THE NEWS.
In your columns of 25tb instant, the sale of |
two bales of new cotton was reported to have
been shipped from thia place by A. W. Lyons,
and consigned to Mr. A. J. Salinas, and sold at
A'low us, the merchants of thia place, to in?
form you, and the readers of your paper, that
there bas not as yet been any new cotton ship?
ped or bought in this place this season. The
cotton alluded to was old cotton belonging to
G. J. W. McCall, ot this county, sud aold as
such. Please make this correction and oblige
MANY MERCHANTS OF FLORENCE, 8. C.
[The cotton referred to was returned to our
commercial reporter as "new cotton" by the
factors who received it, and was sold at the
pnoe stated.-Ennos NEWS.]
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
In your issue of the 27th I noticed a card
under the signature ot M. Caulfield, Floor la?
ms pee tor, in which be i gooree the action of the
flour merchants as published the day previous.
Is this not a strange proceeding on his part?
rhe most experienced and most competent
judges of flour in the city met-at his request
to recommend a standard for his guidance m in?
specting flour. He expressed himself satisfied
with the samples adopted as a standard, and
having been scown the record of their proceed?
ings before it was put into the hands of the
printer, he made no objection to its publica?
tion. The law in these matters, "aa he under?
stands it." will not make him s competent
judge ot floor, and he refuses the "additional
light" of those who, in his opinion, are compe?
tent to ad vi se. If men with from fifteen co thirty
years' experience are not competent, who are? or
who will he sall opon? Surely he will not pre?
tend to place hia experience of a few weeks in
competition with them? He concludes with a
aly hint to the public, which would le? d them
to infer that the flour merchants had oily au
"eye Bingle" to their own interests, and he
only stood between thurn and great wrong to
the purchasers. I have no doubt-and I write
advisedly-that if (be office ot flour inspector
was abolished entirely, it would not provo dis?
astrous. The purchasers, as a class, disregard
the inspector's brand, preferring the recom?
mendation ot the responsible and experienced
rendor. However, I admire bis devotion to
principle, uninfluenced by any selfish conside?
ration; lt is characteristic of parties holding
jffice now-a-davs. A FLOUR MERCHANT.
LIGHT BEADING FOB THE WARM WEATHER.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Richter, the very enterprfa?
ng and trustworthy King-street dealer in books
Uulnnr?nrt*"1" -' !?? - 3- nu uou mu LK
bund to include something to suit every taste,
md it seems to ns a marvel how he can afford
o a end his books .by mail over the country,
wst-paid, at tho ridiculously low prices named.
Sljitlfl gnp /nrttf8wi?fl ?floto.
HB GREAT SENSATION.
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SHIBT8 BEADY MADE, ALL HZ BS.
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pven as to the style of coloring pieterred.
July 23 3moe?
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BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIE8.
THIS TIE 18 UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST MAN
JFACTUhEB, is easy to manage, and possesses
treat strength and durability. Having sold them
or tbe past two years, we can cordially recommend
hem to our planters and others, as the very TIE
hey want, to render their bales neat, strong and
ompaci ; capable ef binding balea from 400 to 600
oonda. For sale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors,
Angnst 16 mwf?moe_Charleston, 8. 0.
pUR BALING COTTON,
)ILLON'S UNIVERSAL WROUGHT IRON
THIS FAVOBITE TIE MACE OP THE BE*T
[na'iti of iron, and possesses advantages for the
couomical baling of cotton most important to the
?lan ter. merchant nod factor.
For sale in large and small Io's (of a bundle) at re
Inced rates. WTLLTA M BO ACH A CO.,
August 9 Imo Agents for South Carolina.
Vim JpnMicat ons.
nt'.EAT REDUCTION IN PRICKS.
POPULAB BOOKS SENT FBEE OF POSTAGE
IT ILE PP. IC h S ANNEXE?:
roHN MARCHMONT^ LEGACY, a Novel, by
Miss M. E. Braddon..80
?I8TBKS8 AND MAID, a Novel, ny Ules Mu
?AD TALE UF THE COURTSHIP OF CHEV A
LIEB SLY FOX-Wlcsof.30
:HE WONDEBFUL AND AMU.-ING DOINGS
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?ND YOUR STOP*.20
IEADY RE EON ER.40
VHlsr, LOO. 1 OCHRE A*OPOKEI<.20
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SPENCER'S CO ill I SPEEOBES AND HUMOR
OU i Rt CI I Al IONS.65
rlADAME LE NORMAND'., UNEBBING FOR?
TUNE ?ELL KR.46
,AWS Ot LOVE.36
jADIE>" LOVE OBACI.K.36
jADIEK' GUIDE TO BEAU 1Y.30
iOXING MADE taSY.20
TON TAINE* .1 GOLDEN WHEEL FOB i UNE
TELLER AND LIU AM ROOa.40
JoOK OF HOUSEHOLD PETS.65
THE ART OF BEAUTY, by Lola Montez.Sb
[BE PLAY GROUND.65
IMtBMAN CARD I'HY EE.65
IOW wAMB ERb WIN, OR HE SECRETS
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TH> BA-L BALL PLAYER.15
jESLlfc'- PI i ?TOBI AL.16
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July 12 nao charleston, 8. C.
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Januarv 1 Ivt
"1 H AM***?? ?IN t? AMD H AIU-CCTT1N O,
rtended at their residences promptly and at reason?
end orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, ll BroaS^tnet (mp stairs.)
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
GILBERT tc FLOWER?, PBOPBTETOBS.
SUMTXB, S. 0., 1869.
To the Mer'C^nts of Charleston :
TOUR ATTEWTIo5 IR RESPECTFULLY CALLED
to the superior advantage"? of the SUMTER WATCH*
M 4 N aa a med inn of advsri*.?*ng. It wu establish
ed In 1850, and no? has a circu?;lion at the various
pcstofflces threugboct this cotton-growing region
three times greater than any other paper in Sumter,
as can at any time be clearly shown.
A liberal aya'em of advertising on tbs part of
Charlo?, ton Merchants, we believe, will do mud? to
attract the valuable trade of thia section, and to fur.
(her tal- interest of your city the WazCHicur will
cordially lend ita ioSueuce.
W. 7. PAXTON, Eusinets Manager.
August 80 3
S TAB I. ISH KD, 1848,
THE MARION GEESCENT.
MABION, 8. C.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
& E. McMILLAW, Proprietor,
THE 0BE80BNT, BEING TBE PURCHASER
ind successor ot (be old district paper, u the oldest
journal in the eas ern part of the state.
lbs Orescent ia the ?facial al viser of Marion
The Crescent bas alante and growing circulation
unong the oe -t people of the Peedee Country.
the Crescent ls the best advertising medium in
b ? pecnoD.
AlW3YR address CRESCENT.
August 10 Imo Marlon, 8. C.
JtO Bl' S I X KS !? MEN.
ThE SUMTER NEWS.
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. 0
IS ONE OF THE BE9T PAFri8 IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a lame circuiatiou, and affords sn
u-rior advantages as an advJ rt isl DK medium. Term*
ow. Addrea DARB A OSTEEN,
February 22 Proon?*"??
TH K STAR
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertising medium, offers fatuities to Mer
:hants. Dru .gist?, Machlolsts, Ac, of extending
heir buatne-s, unsurpassed by any Southern
Its circulation is fast becoming general. Beal
Estate agents, and parties interested In the purchase
>r sile of real esttte. will And it to their advantage
o consult Its columns and advertise therein, as we
ire effecting arrangements by which our paper will
circulate largely among Northern capitalists.
Information tending to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and igricultural resources
lercripSve ot climsie. soil, Ac-solicited and thank
ally received from any section.
Terms cash, SS a year; a copy gratis to any one
.ending six lubscribers; a dub of ten, $2 60 each.
Sates of advertising lioeraL Address
W. J. MoSEERALL,
July 16 Marlon,. S C.
JIHE B IS f? fl K T T 8 VIL. LI K JUL'UN AL,
PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN BENNE l'T ? VILLE, 8. 0.
WM. LITTLE, Editor aud Proprietor.
THE J ?UBNAL. AS AN ADVERTISING ME?
DIUM, offers facihtie* tomerchanta, machinist*. Ac,
that are unsurpassed by any wee ily paper in the
Having a 'arge and continually increasing circula
lion in the Peedee country, business men who wish
to extend the i business in this section cf the'-Hate,
will find lt to their Interest to advertise In the Jour
Rates of advertising very liberal.
Address WM. LITTLE,
August 24 C Bennett ?vi l!e. S.C.
rjTHK BARN WELL JOURNAL.
AS THE BUSINESS SEASON APPROACHES,
the undersigned wculd respectfully call the at entioc
sf the Merchants ol Charleston to the BA KN WK LL
joe RN AL. published at Blackville, S. C., a piper of
rapidly incrvasiug circulation, to be found in not
>oly every portion of the large and we iii ny County
il Barnwell, bu in manv other counties of the
3t<ite, and bas a scattering circulation rom Connec
llcut to California, ihe Jou>nat is always on fliest
IhnniHna t? jlaaara VVv.yn) EV^1!4 fe ??US.
WELL, tno agents >n charleston, and basinets men
would io well o call In and take a look at the paper
bet?re making up their tall advertisements for the
??eealles of the State
i arms moderate, which can be learned upon ap?
plication to WA LE EB, EVANS A COO-WELL, or by
iddre-sing the HUbscrlbor at elmer Blackville or
Barnwell. JOHN >. i-BU K.
August 23 Imo
JU1K BA US WELL SKNTTNKL.
MERCHANTS, FACTORS AND BUSINE? MEN
nil And it to their internat to advertise in th? SEN?
TINEL. I' his been pubilaiie I lu Hut la ge and i>op
ilous Cou dy tor seventeen years, sud bas a clrcuu
ion unsurpassed by any country pap T in the Staie,
Terms liberal. Address E. A. BRONSON Pro*
irietor. Blackville, S. C.
August 23 Imo
(Holton ?ms, Qrtr.
^ILLK'lT'S SI'KKX BRUSH
TH 8 SUB^CBIBEB IS NOW PREPARED TO
Ul orders for these justly celebrated QI.SS. Certifi?
cate? from reliable planters in this .-rate, who have
xmgbt and used them the past seaso". ts well us
rom the Fa -tors und Brokers, nilly confirm all that
s dalmo ? for them; and the fact ia now well estsb
ishi-d that the lacrease in the pnc*? of Cottoo ginned
m this Oin will, on every forty bales, fully pay for
he coat of the Oin.
BALL'S PATENT CO WON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, saving both time and labor in
he ginning of a crop, can be attached to any Oin
Send for Circulars.
io. 62 EAST BAY, SOUTH OF OLD P0ST0FFI0E.
August 2 m wi 2mos Charleston, 8. C.
K N K It KY'S
IMPROVED MCCARTHY GIN,
Sinning >. Fine Upland Cotton.*'
LATE CHANGES M IDE IN THIS OIN ADAPT8
t to the ?Urning o' UPLAND ? 0 rt ON. Thc use ot
t, > y a few, on this cotton U?t season proved t bat it
inhanred the value of th? Cotton, as it does not in?
ure the staple iu the slightest degree.
Plauters will find it to the'r advan age. and are rc.
posted to examine into this Oin, particularly those
vho have planteo the finer grades ot Uplaud Cotton.
Ene ula has b-en m use upon the -fa Island Co ton
or over ?fteen years, and its reputation tor tbat cot?
on fully establlbUed. AP'l.v to
WU LIAM S. HENERVY,
Macbiui-t and Foundry.
August ll wfmlmo No. 314 weet ng-?treet.
pto H THU; H AI it.
PHALON 3 CHEMICAL H AIR IN Y1GORATOB
AYLR? fi Al? VIGOR
MON I GQMERY'a HAIR RESTORER
BALL'S SICILIAN H AIR RENEWER
CHEVALIERS LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
HADLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMB LETONA HAIR STAIN
HAIR OLLS, BANDOLINE
EAT BUM, Ac., Ac.
For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
Mar 8 No. 131 MEETIN?-?l-RZET,
El?gant Fum?ure of a Family declining hort**,
keeping, corker of Wentworth and Smith
W. Y, LEITCH & fi. g. BRUNS,
A ac tie neera.
Will be ?old at Auction 10-MORBOW. Slat instant
?L? !Kl^*!8,'oorner ?* Wentworth and Smith
stw et?, at 10 o'clock, ?
' Tho following elegant FURNITURE: :,
Rosewood 7 Octave PIANO
Boseweod Secretaries ind Bookoases
Elegant Mantel Glasses
U-gant Pier Glasses
lAce C?rtalas and Cornices, new
"nshione? and Cane Seat Chairs
^oungf-j and Sofas. Card and Centre Table*
hussels Carpets. Marble lt-dsy Clock
ian tel Ornaments (China and Bronze)
laboran? ano Walnut Extension tables '
Ibis* and Glassware Teipoys
laiogacy and PJne Clothes-Presses
lo??T*ood Bure ?ut, Washstand! (Marble Tool*'
bamber Cornices, Engravings, Paintings, Au
lets of Tea Trays. Hat Backs, fa August ?
SH CHI F P'S SALB
ly virtue of a wnt of Fieri Facias, to me directed
and delivered, w?rbe ?old on MONDAY, the 6th
day nf September next, at northeast corner of the
Courthouse between ll o'clock a. tc and 8 P AL
A l the right, title and interest of he d?tendant in
PLAN rAl ION, situate in the Pariah of >t. I bama*
ad St. Dennis, and known as 'Bull Head," eon?
doing about 641 acres. Bounded southwest and
astwardly on lands now or late o' Colonel Thansau
creven, west on lacds now or late of Alexander
noven, end North on lands now or late of Wan.
Levied on and to be soldas tbe property of Aerea
Offan, at the suit ot E. DeTreville** - -
Tero.s cash. E. W. H. MACKEY,
August 16 m4 s. a 0.
I?II?LI.VK ABS POSTABliI
TBE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY CALL8
ie attention of the public to the above named
IG UT, for which he is cow prepared to reserf?
tders. It ls claimed for tb i Light that lt is aape
iOT to Keros?n* or any other illuminating Otis
ut lt is Nooerplosive, and that it gives a tight al*
lost equal to that of Coal Gas, and is just as ohsaa*
A samp'e maybe seen at No. 1 Boyce's Wharf, ind
iii information given by
August 27 mw Imo 0. J. OCLOOQK, Ju/
LAST IC JOINT
'? - ? '. ;. ? ??'JO
.. - >. ?..?../: !?
br Residences, Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, 1
c. Manufactured by. WM??
d <S *t
8HOENBEBGKB A CO.,
No. 16 Public Landing, Cmcinnati, dato.
"1 ll A g. HICK KV, .-.
'OKIBAIT AND PIOTUBE FRAME MAN?FA6J
No. SA5 KING- ST BEBT, -
LOOKING-GLASSES of all sises fitted to Frame?.
rO CONTRACTORS, LCMBEK BUtB
I AM NOW PREP ABED TO EXECUTE PROMPT.
Y, upon the shortest notice, orders for HOUTHEBM
fc-LLO V PINE POPLAR, H(< KORY. GUM an?
)he- hard wood of soy dimensions, delivered tn, th?
p.y of Charleston, clean and ortght. equal to the
est city saw?d For further luto malton, apply .?
tr. E. N. BK ODIE, Charleston. ?.0.
J. M HUMBERT.
Joan's island Steam Saw Mill, August 1st, ISM).
P. BBCMZI, REI GILT,
/S APoroelnln, ??
TlatrmjrMrt ITO CUamWf.
Jwe, TU PiaKT
- BsiUUsnrto, sade,
' It can b? aponed b?
. any Stair Rod, either
-Round or Flat, ant.
?prevents its slipping
?from its place.
H Ask roc the
? Marj Erop ITxtiTs,
? ?OLD BT Alia
m Carpet Dealern,
AND BUT NO OTBZB
^??BSS?"^ EBAS3 ACT saw
'or Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings.
MA NUFACTURED BT
If. T. ? J. M ERSEREAU, 62 Duane St, HX.
August 13 _8m oa
p ALL AND WMTEU IMPORTATION.
iLBBONS, MILLINERY AND STB AW GOOD?
ARMSTRONG, CA TOR J CO.,
?Vos. 237 and 939 Baltlinore-Street,
J MPC RTE SS A>D JOBBERS OW
IO NN KT AND TBUfsiIflO KIBBONS,
VELVET AND 8A8H RIBBONS,
onnet Silks, Satins and Vel vt* Irrasiorj, Blond*.
Laces. Buches, Nets and Crapes,
TRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS*
Straw Bonnets and Ladlee* Hate,
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
ILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HATS?
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF MILLI i ER Y GOO Dd
?I THIS COUNCRY, and unequalled lu onoto*
triety, which we offer at prier? that will def/ ceat
aa-ORDERS cQl.ICITFD. Imo August IC
IKNIN'S HEPATIC UTTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA*
ATS AU DI?li??? et m
STOMACH AND LITER*
i EST AU uoomin-nnD ar na
MBDIOAL FAOtl i*V.
HEGEMAN Ac CO*
AGENTS, WWW TOJSE.
CHA RLEST ?^*^3'
ttrBwr Bmta by Drvfff**** J?S*JK adere.*??
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