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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1157.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR
THE FIRST GUN.
California Goes D?mocratie.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 3.-At the elec
tions, held jeateiday, the Democratic tickets
throughout the State generally were success
rat. It is thought the next Legislature will be
Democratic, and ii so, will reject the Fifteenth
amendment. San Francisco returns full Dem?
ocratic legislative delegation.
GREAT REJOICING IE RICHMOND.
RICEIIOXD, September 3.-There is a great
rejoicing to-day over the news telegraphed
from hero yesterday, and over the expected arri?
val of Judge Hoar's opinion against the require?
ment of the test oath. General Canby expect
??Pbut did not receive Hoar's opinion this
morning. [Later information on this subject
will be found in oar Washington dispatches.
The Teat Oath-Illness of Secretary
WASHINGTON, September 3, A. M.-The Vir?
ginia perplexity is solved. Canby will very
shortly proclaim the election. The Le* islature
will meet oo the fourth Tuesday afterward.
The (cst oath will not be exac.ed, bnt the
Legislature will be forbidden any action be?
yond what the law makes preliminary to the
State's recognition by Congress, as ratification
of Fifteenth amendmeut. Sta. Tb is action in?
volves installation of tho Lieotentsnt-G^vernor
as otherwise the State 8enate woald be incom?
plete. Walker's installation then becomes
Rawlins w? s very ill last night, but some?
what better this morning.
Jesse M. Boyles has been appointed post
master at Louisville, vice Dr. Speed, who has
been in the office eight years.
Grant was telegraphed this morning to como
on as Rawlins was dying. A later dispatch
was sent withdrawing the first.
Hoar's opinion has be:n sent to Canby. He
states that there is no authority ia the Recon?
struction acts for exactiag the test oath from
Th^ revenue to-day is over one million. The
rev? i ne department bas advices of the seizure
in the Fifth North Carolina District of a lot of
tobacco with counterfeit stamps. The seizure
with the buildings and materials amount to
Additional troops bave been sent to Montana
to protect the settlers against the Indians.
The war department yesterday received from
Attornsy-General Hoar bis opinion relative to
political affairs m Virginia. It was transmit?
ted to. G?n?ral Canny for his information and
guidance. It reata with Canby to make the
foll text public. Tho Attorney-General says
tho Legislature must, as it prerequisite, submit,
the Constitution and their ac;ion thereon to Con?
gress for approval. In thia the test oath will not
be required. II the co as ti tut ion and the action
of the Legislature be approved, the Legisla?
ture tnen beoomefc the Legislature ot the State
of Virginia, and the provisions of th? Consti?
tution, fixing the qualifications of member* of
the Legislature, necessarily prevail-tho re?
quirements of the reconstruction being thus
supreme so far as Virginia is concerned. Bat
before each approval by Congress, Virginia,
not being in all respects a State of tbe Union,
the Legislature, as a provisional body, cannot
pass laws without ita members taking the teat
oath. Toe Reconstruction acts require the
ratification of the Fifteenth amendment to the
Constitution of the United Statte before the
State can be admitted to representation in
SENATOR EE8BENDEN DYING.
PORTLAND, ME., September 3.-Senator Fes
senden is not expected to live through the day.
NAPOLEON A LIBERAL.
PARIS, September 8.-The Press states that
the Emperor approves Prince Napoleon's liber?
SPAIN IS DESPAIR.
MADRID, September 3. -The journals of Mad?
rid, despondent about Coba, demand further
A NEW LINE.
LONDON, September 3.-A British oompany
propose to establish a regular line of steamers
between Naples and New York.
TBE BEALTE OT NAPOLEON.
PARIS, September 3.-The health or the Em?
peror Iii improving.
D0UBT3 Qt LONDON.
LONDON, Septem ber 3.-Pabi?c opinion con?
tinues sceptical regarding the Emperor's
health. The public apprensioos that the true
state of his health is concealed will not be
removed until he is seen driving about the
streets as usual.
Don Carlos bas returned to Paris.
MADRID, September 3.-It is officially an?
nounced that fifty-nine bands of Carlist8 have
accepted the amnesty in Catalonia.
?f THE COTTON TRADE.
LONDON, September 3.-A correspondent in
the times of to-day, speaking of the calamity
ia the cotton trades, says it was owing to the
increase of the consuming power at a time
when the taw material was decreasing.. He
argues that it would be folly ia American plant?
ers to grow 5,003,000 bales of cotton at double
expense of land and labor, when the same
profit will be realized from b ?If that amount.
He is certain that a well arranged trial must
convince th. cotton spinners of the benefit of
co-operating in growing.
SPARKS FROST THE WIRES.
An incendiary proclamation posted through
Havana is attributed to sympathizers with the
Tbe managers of the Imperial Inanranco
Company, of Philadelphia, paid, on Monday,
a quarter of a million dollars on the late whis?
key fire, leaving sixty thousand which will be
paid ia a few days.
The Temperance National Convention, at
Chicago, have adopted a platform declaring
themselves a political party, nuder the title of
Anti-Dram-Shop party, and have appointed a
central executive committee composed ol one
person from each State.
- Aiysnecdote is told of Frederick tbe Great,
that just before the battle of Bosbach he said
to one of his generals, who was on very inti?
mate terms with him, "If I loee the battle I
shall retire to Venice, and t hero practice phy?
sio." ..Ah," replied the general, "always a
murderer, always a murderer I"
AFFAIRS IN COZLETON.
The Political Situation-Three Marder?
In n Short Time-The Effect ot* Scott'?
Kt-avards-A Battle Koya?-Inccndtar
1 Mn-The Weather and the Crops.
IFBOM OCB OWN COBBE-FONDEST. 1
WALTBBBOBO', S. C., August 30,1869.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Radicals claim that the Democratic proas
seek every opportunity to distort facts, magni?
fying small greivances, and exaggerate the
evil effects of tbeir immaculate administration;
that utterly disregarding truth and justin,
every hole and corner of the country is ran?
sacked to make up a case against the only
party that has the interest of the whole people
If any part of the latter charge is (rue, the
South :ru press have not been judicious in their
selection of localities from which to gather
items and facts, to show the character of the
present State government, for they have neg?
lected this fruit 1'ul yield altogether. Here an
array of charges could be made against them,
which would require no varnish or exaggera?
tion to show their turpitude; and plain sim?le
truth would write up for them a darker rocord
than the most imposing string of vulgar vitu?
perative expletive that ever emanated from
the fertile brain cf Brick Pomeroy. What could
not be effected at any previous election in this
country, viz: lo induce the white people to
turn ont their whole strength at the polls, and
attest make an effort to stem the black tor?
rent, etu'ded and controlled Ly a few st mc?
gilp Yankees, who were emboldened by our
spa liv. aaa oeeu tuoroughly accomplished by
uujuslaod oppressive taxation, and thejar
tiality shown in the corrections (so much
needed. ) by those through whose instrumen?
tality these outrages on property-holders had
Tho people now sea the hook which the
homestead bait so ingeniously covered. Many
bomeBtea<iB saved from tho "merciless clutch
es*]sJ^creditors will be turned over to the ten?
der mercies of Commissioner Leslie, and ulti?
mately become a lazaretto for lazy black vaga?
bonds, and a convenient lair from which they
can make successful forays on their white
neighbor's bogs, chickens, &c No large por?
ta n ol our people object to negroes owning
land?, and, in many cases, they are very anx?
ious for them to become landowners, offering
them lauds af the most reasonable rates. Nor
have creditors, as a general thing, demurred
when the Legislature came between them and
their debtors and released the lattet from their
contracts, believing that it would be for the
general good. But a people of truth and in?
tegrity who ''show courtesy even to an adver?
sary, and which, if not due to bim, is still duo
to self respect.'' cannot refr tin from expressing
their utter disgust at a paity that cairns to
Advocate equal rights and justice to all the
people, ana then, by legislative enactment,
robs one class of citizens of its properly and
gives it to another, falselyprotesting that they
are compelled to resort to these extreme and
unjust measures to pav the enormous debt
contracted by their political predecessors.
Tho people vent their feelings in "curses not
lond, but deep," and say they will be taxod by
property-holders; that county offic -s must be
filled by our own trustworthy citizens, who
will have the fear of the wrath of honest men
before their eyes. i
Another healthy sign is, every respectable
negro holding property is as much disgusted
with the Radicals as the whites, and will only
J require a recognition of their equality bet?re
the law to cooperate sith the whites m the
expulsion of the present incumbents in Novem?
Murder is becoming a common occurrence
in this once peaceable district, and is confined
entirely among the negroes on the Combahee
and Aanepoo. Three of the most horrible mur?
ders have occurred thera in a short tame. They
f eena not to fear the law, but cut and slash
each other in the most approved style of bar?
barians. I have not heard of their eating each
other yet; that is all they lack to complete
their fitness for citizenship in the Cannibal
Governor Scott's reward of two bundled dol?
lars for Jeffrev Myers, one of the murderers,
caused a laughable scene near Jacki' nboro* a
few days ago. A negro possessing the sug?
gestive name of Jim R field, was going along
the railroad with aa Enfield r:flo wben ho dis?
covered a strange negro asleep. Jim conclu?
ded at once it was the dreaded * Jeffrey." Dis?
cretion whispered Jim to give him a wide berth,
but a vision of two hundred green one dollar
bills seemed to shut our fear from bis mortal
vision, and he bad tho temerity to punch the
supposed felon with his CUD. The sleeper
awoke, having worried himself to s'eep
thinku'g how be could catch Jeffrey and
get the two hundred. Finding a strange
negro standing over him, he concluded
that Jim was Jeffrey and that ho was a
gone nigger. SJ at it they went just for the
pos-tssit n of the gun, and then of course . ach
other-the struggle was desperate until the
riflj was fired iu the air; then using the rifle,
notas a weapon of offence,bot a grappling
iron, they held each en J a id mot in the most
terrino buts. If it bad not been a physical Im?
possibility, brains would havo been snilt; but
the most stunning collisions only sent each
one back to the respective end of the rifle, 'till
Jun was reinforced by bis mother, armed with
a frying pan, who forthwith commenced to
persuade the supposed Jeffrey to surrender by
gentle admonitions over the head and face,
which only had the effect of making whito
marki where the sooty pan would strike. At
length a fourth party arrived on the ground
who knew both parties, inquired what tbey
were fighting for, acd found t aob thought the
other was Jeffrey, and was "flghton for de
Turee fires have occurred in the Town of
Walterboro' in one wejk, two of them, '1 not
all, known to be the work of an incendiary.
The grist mill ol Major G. W. Oswald, and tho
splendid residence of Dr. J. Edward Glover,
also at the same time the dwelling of his son,
wbieh was insured for $5000. Tue boase of
Mr. W. C. P. Bellinger was set, but was fortu?
nately extinguished. The citizen? have form?
ed a ladder and bucket company, as the ne?
groes threaten that the barning shall ? outiuue
until the whites live in the kitchen as they
have to do. Though in justice to tbe negroes
be it said, some of them worked woll and faith?
fully at the fires, and seem to be excessively
indignant that these fires shonld occur ao frc
quantly, and that the guilty parties were still
unwhipped ot justice.
The crops of corn highland rice (the latter
this year not an inconsiderable portion of thc
farmers' crop,) have been very much injured
by the last drought. The March corn being
reduced at least fifty per cant, by the Joly
drought, and the April corn thirty per cont, hy?
the drought now upon us.
Cotton is looking very fine, clos: observers
say that the crop is fifty per cent, better than
any year since tho war. A meeting of the cit
zens of Colleton will take place at the court?
house on Monday, the 6th September, to organ?
ize an agricultural society. Great interest
seems to be manifested by tho public in this
movement, and we opiDe much good will result
from an organizaliou so much uoeder?, and ono
having for its foundations such good inten?
On Monday next Judge Platt will hold a
Court of Sessions for this county, when will be
tried criminals of all hues and colors, for
crimes of all colors and hues.
Solicitor Wiggins is on hand trying his un?
skilful hand at indictment, and seems as much
a- his caso as a bob-tail bull in fly time. Well.
I hive written more than I intended; but you
can make use of this letter to fill up vour col?
umns devoted to ''affaira in the State," or any
part of it that yon caro to uso.
-O Connell was amazingly powerful at times;
t Jt one o his most effective displavs was a
si.ent reply to a youthtul member who bad
rn de au attack upon him that was quite
un q io. Ide almost breathless assailant was
so much frighten d at his own audacity that,
after a lew stammering sentences, he* broke
d)WD, and. makin,- various wild and voiceless
g^suree, tumbled upon his eeat amid a chaos
of souid*. The shoating having subsided, tho
great Agi. ator rose and look id at tho greatly
agitated wnh so cornie a smUo that uproarions
laugh'er was the immediate result; then shak?
ing his bead, aa mach as to say, "The poor
fellow bas quito enough," be turned quietly to
tbe speaker and began to talk about''some?
thing elee." Better acting was never seen on
UNITED STATES COURT.
Proceeding* of the United States District
Court for the Western District of South
Carolina- ? UKust Term, 1869.
[FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
NINETEENTH DAV'S PROCEEDINGS.
GREENVILLE, 8. C., Wednesday, September 1.
The court opened at ll o'clock, A. M., Hon.
George 8. Bryan presiding.
The giand jory returned into court with tho
following bills ?nd findings :
True Bills.-United States vs. William Cook
sey, Baylis Batson, William Love, Rufus 1.1
lotson, Columbus Bishop and Nathan Pettit
Distilling without paying tax. United ?States
vs. John Spencer. Forgery.
Ko Bills.-United 8tates vs. Robert Graham,
peddle.' of distilled spirits, and vs. Thomas
Stockley and Eben Cash, diBtilling without
United States vs. BJchard White. Perjury.
D. T. Corbin, District Attorney. E. P. Jones
for defendant. Jury returned the verdict of
B ;nch warrants were ordered to issue against
Wm. Cooksey, Nathan Pettit, Rufus Tilloison,
Baylis Bats?n, James Love, William Love,
atrainst whom true bil's had been found and
wao had failed to answer.
United States vs. Columbus Bishop. Distil?
ling without paying special tax. D. T. Corbin,
District Attorney. Defendant plead guilty and
was sentenced to pay a fine of twenty dolters
and be imprisoned for sixty days.
THE ASHVILLE RAILROAD.
What the Country Press hare to Sar.
The following articles show the interest with
which the country prose regard the proposed
railroad from Bpartanburg to Ashville :
[From tbe Spartanburg Gazette.]
Wc copy an editorial, which recently ap?
peared in THE CHARLESTON NEWS, on the t x
tension of the Spartanburg and Union Railroad
to Ashville, North Carolina. We iusert it
only to show to our readers that the people of
Charleston and of the lower country are awak?
ening to a sente ot the gi eat importance of
this exten-ion, to thc interests of the State at
large, and of Charleston in particular. \Ve are
firmly convinced that the building of this road
would add more to ibo material interests of tho
State than would the completion of any other
projected enterprise. It will bo emphatically
a St.Uc Road, and should receive Stale support.
While we favor tho building of the Blue Ridge
road, yet we believe that direct communica?
tion can be bad between Cincinnati and otu
seaboard, by the Ashville route, before a
tuntici can bs bored through tue.mountains
for the Blue Ridge Hoad.
THE ASHVILLE CONNECTION.
[From the Union Time?.]
Wo copy with pleasure from THE CHARLES?
TON NEWS a short article on this subject. Wo
believe that there is no railroad project now in
contemplation of more vital importance to
Charleston and South Carolina. This road
must bc speedily built. And the proper way
to commence is to commence it home. Union
and Spartauburg, and the counties in North
Carolina through which tho road will pass,
could and should raise five hundred thousand
dollars. Raiso that amount along the lino of
the road, and the road will assuredly be built.
The first spike driven on this extension will
increase the piice ot land within ten miles of
the railroad, from Alston to the North Caro?
lina line, at least one dollar per acre, on an
average; a total ot over ono million dollars.
lt is inst on? of those roads in which a man
may take stock largely, with a certainty of its
being a paving in vest men*, without reference
to dividends. Tho increase in value of his
lands, and a corresponding depreciation of
twenty4ve pe* cent, in the price of bacon,
h rd, corn and Western produce generallv, aro
dividends enjragb. But the road, when built,
must do a Targe amount ot business, and ac?
cumulate every year a heavy net (surplus for
distribution among stockholdere.
THE ASHVILLE RAILROD.
[From the Carolina Spartan.]
Wo aro glad to see that THE CHARLESTON
NEWS is beginning to notice and acknowlege
the advantages of the French Brood Railroad
route, and that its cost will not be near so
gi eat as that of the Blue Ridge route. The
advantages of the French Broad route over
any other have been so loni? and thoroughly
disc J 8:.ed ai to render it naelesa to do more
than keep the subject before the public mind,
that they may not forget tho facts that have
been so thoroughly demonstrated as regards
the benefits, and really tbe actual necessity of
thc extension of the Spartanbug aud Union
Road through to Ashville, North Carolina,
thus completing tho gap in the great
Charleston and Cincinnati Road. That the
claims of this route over those of anv
other are numerous and pressing, any un?
prejudiced mind will admit. These damn
do not arise alono from tho cheapness
of the rente as compared with others-though
this is great and sufficient to give it prefer?
ence-but also tbe security which its comple?
tion will aflord to the commercial interests of
the State, in which the City of Charleston is so
directly interested. This road once complet?
ed, its natural advantages in location, and its
directness from tha seaboard to Louisville,
Cincinnati and the great Northwest, will se?
cure it against any competition from other
routes directed to tbe same points, or against
divergent lines touching at any other point on
the seaboard thao Charleston. The laws of
trade are inflexible, and freight and travel will
always seek the shortest route to a ommerciM
mart because it is cheapest and most exp?di?
tions. Tins is tho great reason why the people
of Charleston should advocate this route, as it
affords tho most direct and cheapest connect?
ing line between that city and the great North?
west, thereby inceasmg the population,
wealth, and commeicial importance of our city
by the sea. Thus io proportion the benefits
will bo felt and dispensed along the entire
route as it reaches its greatness as a thorough?
fare of trade and travel. Charleston >s un?
mindful of her own interests when she advo
caton a less direct line to the West, lt is use
leas in these days to talk of the many conve?
niences, public and social, which would bc de?
rived from the extension of this toad. Tho
prominent facts in the matter have been too
often placed before the public not to bo under?
stood. If we. the people of Spartanburc, had
no other motive than the interest of Charles?
ton, our commercial capital, wo would advo?
cate the extension of this road tbrongh to
NAILED TO THE COUNTER.
The ll c port td Disaffection in Anderson.
The Anderson Intelligencer denies in toto the
truth of the rumors current iu Radical circles
to the effect that au outbreak is feared in An?
derson County. Tho Intelligencer says:
6o far as we can ascertain, the facts upen
which thc dispatch was predicated aro simply
as follows: Two young men who wer J sum?
moned beforo. tho committee refused to
answer questions propounded to them by a
colored member, and pe baps used denunciato?
ry language concerning the Ridioal party.
In addition to this terrible offence against the
self-importance of these Radical worthios.
several indiscreet youths on a certain night
badly frightened the chairman. Joe Crews,
by their conversation upon the hotel pi-^
azzt in his presence, indulging in abuse of
Radicals generally, and otherwise showing
their contempt of him and his party. In
neither instance nos there any indication of
violent conduct beyond mero"words. While
not pretending to uphold either party in the
course pursued, we submit that any sensible
man would have paid no attention whatever to
these ebullitions of youthful passion. But the
craven spirit ot Joe Crews foresaw any amount
of trouble, and forthwith demands at the hands
of the Governor a poese of the State constab?
ulary to prevent an outbreak ! and his Excel?
lency, with commendable z?al ia answering thc
requirements ol his pliant tool, orders a de?
tachment without delay to the scone of action !
What an unmitigated farce! Three or four
coostablcs reached this place OD Wednesday
evening, and remained until the committee
left on Saturday morning.
The ie are all the facts we have been able to
gather after diligent inquiry. There was no
need of the constabulary, alt li ou g h Crews
sought to make ase of them in serving war?
rants issued by one of our magistrates, who
informed the immaculate Joseph that the
sheriff Rnd his deputies were competent to
arrest any and every man in Andmon Coi
We can aspare Governor Scott tLat then
been no breach of toe peace and no dil
banco of anv kind beyond what is stated, m
we except the bowlings of drunken neg
nearly overv night dnring the presence o
committee here. Whether this was canse
the low associations of the negroes daring
period, we are not prepared to say. Bat
tbing is certain, that class of oar popan
bavo returne 1 to their wonted exemplary
duct, and we hope will continue to manif<
dne regard for sobriety and peaceable
In conclusion, we wish to remind the (
ernor that this is not the first time the pe
of Anderson have boen slandered and miare
sented. Hitherto these calumniations 1
been borne patiently, but forbearance sc
times ceases to be a virtue. We make
threats, and are determined to raise oar v
stall times for the preservation of peace
good order. Yet it does seem tons that (
ernor Scott and his coadjutors have sough
sow t!ie wind of discord m our midst, and
stir our people to frenzy and desperal
Persisting in such a ourse, they will asaun
reap the whirlwind.
PERSONAL O OS S TP.
-Rosa Bonheur smokes.
-Blind Tom is in Minnesota.
-Marsb.il Niel left no property.
-Grant gave the head waiterfof thc Stet
-Hon. D. W. Voorhee3 is to stump Iowa
-Chang and Eug, the Siamese twins, ort
their homo in Surrey, N. C.
-Thc keveiend who tied the Gordian k
for Commodore Vanderbilt got $500.
-Bigelow, the editor of the New Y<
Timon, is a Swedenborgian.
-Pool-makers in Massachusetts will not j
now bet against Mr. Adams' election.
- Rosa Sandran is a fair Hungarian patr
who has murdered forty Austrian officers.
-Mr. Bonner takes pains to place the mo
Ledger averse to Mrs. Stowe's Byron pap
and says that he would not have printed it :
a million dollar?.
-The French Marchioness Gauville and I
companion, a young Indy of Brittany, the b<
swimmers at Ems, made recently a dari
plunge, in which the latter was drowned.
-Garibaldi sayer "Ido not suffer souiuc
but I feel I am growing old. I am a weat ht
beaten hulk, which bas made many a voyap
a plank is at one time wanting, at another
pail-always something; but au earnest w
supplies all deficiencies, and when the count
may need tho last timber of tho old barge,
shall willingly make the sacrifice.''
-The New York Star has those personals i
the New York press: Mr. Bennet: is the tal
est editor, Mr. Dana the fattest, Mr. Greeh
the slouchiest, Mr. Erastus Brooks the solmoi
est, Mr. Ii I ton (he sbankf-marest, Mr. I
Nyse thc shortest, Mr. Vin Buren thereddes
Mr. Rosevelt the politest, Mr. Oakey Hall tl
wittiest, Mr. Winter tho touchiest, Mrs. Si ai
ton the prettiest, Miss Anthony thu p-etties
Mrs. Sheppard tbe prottiost, Eleanor Kirk tl
prettiest, Nellie Hutchinson the prettiest.
-In regard to the Vanderbilt welding, tb
New York Sun says: "Some of tho gossir.
have put into the newspapers an unfounde
and untrue story, that the fair ?Dd accon
plashed brido of Commodore Vanderbilt ba
boen married and divorced previous to he
anion with the great monarch of railroads an
lord of the ato?le ?xouanga. -Thea? is not tb
least ground for this tale ; it is pore and grs
tua to us fiction. It may p J rh a pa have grow:
out of the circumstance that her mother, Mit
Crawford, of Mobile, and a rcia;ive of the Van
derbilt family, has been for several years
widow. Mrs. Vanderbilt, however, who i
about thirty years of age, and a lady of unusua
literary cultivation, has never been marna
until now, and we trust it will bs long^er
long, liorore she is a widow."
49- THE ULAN TEKS' AND MECHANICS
BANK OP SOUTH CAROLINA, SEPTEMBER 1
1869.-DANIEL RAVENEL, PRESIDENT, JAMA!
E. ROBINSON AND Ol HER*-, DIRECTORS VI
THE PLANTERS* AND MECHANIC*' BANK O?
SOCTB CAROLINA, vs. 'JUL' PLANTERS' A NI
MECHANICS' BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA, LEW
M. HATCH AND OIHfcES.- Whereat, In pursuanct
of the decree of the Court of Equity, in this case, t
meeting of the Stockholders of the Bank was dui;
called on the 12th instant, butaatd meeting, although
largely attended, failed lor want of a legal quotum ;
and whereas, in that event, tbe farther action of the
( orporation is devolved by the said decree upon the
Board of Directors. Be it, therefore,
1st. Resolved, by the said Board, That lt is expe?
dient to re-establish thc Bank with as large a Capital
as possible, under thu Act or the General Assembly,
entitled "Au Act to enable thu Banks of the (tate to
renew business, or to plaee tho??> in liquidation."
2d. Retolved, that to this end an assomment of
Five Dohars is hereby laid upon eack share, to be
paid in two equal Instalments, on the 1st ?. tuber
and the 1st ol November ensuing; said payment to
te made either lu caah or by stock noto of the .bare
holder, thc s:>me to be deemed a part of thc Capital
and to he credited accordingly to each share.
Hd. Resolved, That stocktiulders failing to pay In
cash or by Botest tb?* daten aforesaid, ?ball be deem?
ed to have declined thc privileges ot the new Charter;
and a separate account ?ball be kept of tho assets
and debts of thc Back, as set forth in tho report,
with a view lo a I'quiriation of their dalma; and
that whenever the .?aid assois shall be collected, and
the debts and expenses avcrtair-cd. ana paid, the
aald Stockho'ders sh ill receive credit for their re?
spective sharer of tho surplus.
The foregoing resolutions, reported by a special
cooimlttee appointed for that purpose, were unani?
mously adopted b) the Board ot Directors.
The Prest lent will attend at the Bank daily from
lt to 2 o'cloct, to give inlormation and arrange the
assessmf nt called for.
Stockholders will please bring their Certificates of
Stock with them. W. E. HASKELL,
NOT1CE.-I, THERESA SONNTAG, WIFE
OF OTTO SONNTAG, Dyer and Scourer, residing at
No. lil Market-street, south hide, do hereby give
notice that J will cari y on business as a Sole Trader
in one month from the date hereof.
Aiwust25 Imo THERESA SONNTAG.
AaTMABENGO.-P K V ?B AND AUUE
CURE. TONIO, FEVER PREVENTIVE.-TWa val?
uable preoaratiou baa been in private use for many
years, and through the persuadion ol' triends, who
have u-cd it with thc most beuctlciai resalta, the
proprietor has been iaduced to olfcr it to the pub?
lic. It is warranced lo cure CHILLS AND FEVER
of bowovei long btanding, rrinoving the cause and
entirelj eradicating ito effects from thc system. It
will PURIFY TUE BLOOD, strengthen the diges?
tive orgaus, induce an appetite, and restoro the
patient to perfect health. It is a purely VEGETABLE
?preparation, und so barndee tliat children of all
ages may take it with safety. As a tonic MA HENGu
han no superior, ami for debility arising from the
effects ol fever, or fron otLcr eau?, U invaluable.
A few dofo.s is sufficient to patiMy tho most in?
credulous sufferer of its virtue and worth. All
who try one bottle ot MAKENGO will bj so much
pleased with its effect, that they will readdy en?
dorse it, NO HUMBUG. For evidence ot its effi?
cacy and value, refer to MAl'.ENGO circulars, which
contaiu certificates of well known and reipeciable
MARENGO ii a genuine Southern preparation,
the proprietor and manufacturer b ing a native and
resident of Charleston, aud it is fully guaranf ?d lo
give complete and universal stitieiact?on.
NO HUMBUG. TB? IT.
For sale by aU Druggists, and bj DO WIE A;
MOISE, corner Meetuig and Hasel streets; GOOD
BICH, WINEMAN St CO., Haync-strert, and U. 3.
LUHN, Druggist, Agent of Proprietor, corner oi
King and Johr reeta, Charleston, d. C.
June S nae ';3mo
SS- TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEWS.
I beg leave to no .ce briefly the following ptragiaph
in your issue of thia date.
"A Mr. Patrick B?ch calle 1 into oar office la st
night and stated ibatne waa not one of Inspector
General Macsey's bondsmen, and would not be on
nader any circumstances,"
Mr. Bligh is correct In stating that bela "not one
of" my "bondsmen;" but lila farther statement that
he "would not be one under any circumstances,'
is, as Dogberry ssys, "very tolerable and cot to be
endurtd." That Mr. Bligh haa proved himself a
humorist of -'thc first water," (and whiskey ?) in
making this apparent spiteful declaration, may be
seen in the subjoined notice of hts extensive mer?
cantile operations, taken from "The Beferee" of
July 3let, 1869, s Democratic journal, well known
and widely circulated in this ?Hy.
In its able review of the market, the Referee says
of this same Mr. Bligh:
".Sales of C slicks of candy by Mr. P. Bligh to
Henry Bayes on private terms; the market basa
downward tendency; candy is Jobbing in sticks at 1
and 2 cents."
A canJi-d public will judge from this exhibit of
Mr. Bligh'* commercial transaction", doubtless
made at his own instance, whether I made any effort
to Induce him lo become a surety for auy "stickt"
(of timber) for whlc'a I might be officially respon?
sible. T, J. MACKEY,
Inspec'or-Qeneral ef Timber, 4c.
Charleston, Sept 3,1869. 1 Sept 4
?-ADMINISTRATOR'S NO TICE.-PER?
SONS having claims against the late Mrs. FRANCES
BLtMkEK are requestol to render them in duly at?
tested ; and those indebted to make payment to the
undersigned at bis Law O Bee, No. 33 BroaJ-street.
HENRY DEAS, Ja..
Fept4 s3 Qualified Admtnistrvor.
jar ROS ADA LU I ROS ADA LIS 1-THERE
are diseases which cannot be classed under any par?
ticular head; suchas Debility, Lo ?ai?* of Spirits,
Loss of Appetite, Pain in tbe Side and Back, Palpi?
tation of tbo Heart, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, little or no Relish for Food, Bad Taste in the
Moutb, A-e. 'Ihese symptoms indicate that the
Blood is impuro, and the functions of the body in a
mo. bid stite. Nature will ?cert herself to remove
these disorders, and often with the assist mee of
good nursing, mu h will bd accomplished. But, m
tbe majority of cases, ia powerless to avili mach
unassisted by the proper medicines. In this condi?
tion or system, ROSADALIS acte as q perfect charm,
by purifying the Blood, chinglng the secretions and
giving tone and Htretfgth to tba system.
For sale by GOODRICH, WISEMAN & Ct)., Im
porters of Drugs and Chemicals, Chsrlcston, S. C.
JO- THE FEVER AND AGUE SEASON.
When the leave? begin to chango rem) ttent and in?
termittent levers make their appearance. From tte
surface of the earth, bathed nightly in heavy dews,
from marshes and swamp? surcharged with mois?
ture, from the dying foliage of tb? woods, from fes?
tering pools sud sluggish streams, the sun of Sep?
tember evolves clouds of miasmatic vapor perilloua
to health and life. The body, deprived by the burn?
ing temperature of July and Augu-t of much of its
vigor and elastic'ty, ls not in a proper plight to rc
BIS: malaria; and heneo all diseases th it are pro?
duced by a depraved condition of thc atmosphere
are par'icularly prevalent io thc f ill.
There is noicasou whj the health of thousanls of
people should bo Urns sacrificed. A preparatory
course of BOsTE ITERAS SIOMACH BITTERS is a
certain protection agiinat t'.ie epidemics and
demies which autumn bring? in its train. Let all
dwellers in unhealthy localities, lilblo to such visi?
tations, give hoed to tho warning and advice con?
veyed in tbls advertisement, and they m ty b;d defi?
ance to tbe foul exhalations which are now rising,
night and day, from the soil around them. No fann
bou'C in tbe land should be without this Invalnnble
exhllarant and in> fgorant at any period, of the year,
but especially in tho fall, lt ls not safe to go forth
into the chill, misty atmosphere of a September
morciug or evening with the stomach unfortified by
atonic, and of all the tonics which medical chemis?
try bas jet given to the world, Hosteler's Bitters
are admitted to be the purest, the most wholesome,
and the mest beneficial.
Let all who desire to escape the bilious attacks,
bowel com Isintu and malirions fevers, take tho
Bitters at least twice a day throughout the present
season. It is as wholesome as lt la infallible. Look
to tho trademark. '-Hostottor'? Stomach Billers,"
engraved on tho label and embossed ou tho bottle,
and thor levenue stamp covering the cork, as
counterfeits and imita ion* abound.
t-ept* Dae C
?-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A
MARLBORO' COUNTY.-IN EQU11Y. -PRESTON
COVINGTON AND WTFE vs. HENRY C. LEGGETT
AND WIFE, ?TAL-BILL FOR PARTITION, IN?
JUNCTION AND RELIEF-Notice is horeby given
In obedience to an older made iq the abovo staled
case, that the children of EBENESER W. THOMAS,
or (heir heirs, if any such there be, ate hctoby re?
quired to establish before mc, at Bennettsville, P.
C., on or before tho FIBST DAY or JANUARY
next, such relationship and their ri.'bt to the fund in
question in above stated cse; aad on their failure
so lo do, to bo deprived and forever barred of all
right, title or interc"t In the same.
D. D. Mc.'OLL, Special Referee.
June 12 ?timos
aarPRETI Y WOMEN.-A COMPARATIVE?
LY lew ladies monopolize the b auty aa well as tbe
attention of sooicty. Tlii" ought not to be so, but it
is, and will bo whilo men are foolish and single out
pretty tacos tor companions.
Ibis tau all be changed by using HAGAN'S MAG?
NOLIA BALM, which gives the bloom of youth and
a refined sparkling beauty to thc complexlou, pleas?
ing, powerful and natura'.
No lady need complain of a red, tanned, freckled
or rustic complexion who will Invest 75 cents in Ha?
gan's Magnolia Balm. Ks effects arc truly ? ondcr
To preservo and dress the Hoir use Lyon's Ka
ihairou. DAG wfmlino August 25
jr?- EXTRACT FROM A PRIVATE LET
TEK FROM HAWAII, SANDWICH ISLANDS.- ?
* * * Although tho eruption ts not so violent
DOW, the volcano is a fearful sight to behold. The
rivers ol lava still flow, aid thc smoke from the
er..ter asctnds in awful majesty. Daring this vol
ciuic upheaval it ba* vcen very si.-kly here. A
peculiar sort of low mais ri--us ?ever, which has
grown ou'oi tho foul, condensed vapors Of the vol?
cano, has prevaile I to an .alarming extent, and at one
tim - it was feared it wculd depopulate tho island,
But fortunately, a sca-captaiu (calling hero for sup?
plies) distributed PLANTATION Bil'1 EUS to tho
suffering, and quick and thorough cures were the
result. The news spread like wi'dfire. Heans,
Chiuc-Takln & Co., Commls.-iou Merchants bad these
Bitters for sale. In a .?hon time their office was
besieged aud their supply exhausted A s earner
was dispatched to San Francisco by order of ibe
Hospital Department, and a nw aud cn ruions
supply obtained us soon us possible. From that
moment the scourge was stayed. Not another fatal
casu occurred, and the epidemic has now entirely
disappeared. . * * Ia this WObdorlul remedy
known in your city? I ho[ e so, io.-1 is a sure cure
tor all levers and miasmatic sickuc-s. You n.uy
fell your friends so for n%. * . . H. M. C.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to ibo bost im?
ported German Cologne, aud sold at h ill tbe price.
August 31 tuths3
4>y BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
"pleudid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the only
true and pcrf^jct Dye; bannies*, reliable, initatta
neous; no disappointment; no ndiculous tints; rem?
edies the ill effects of bad dye?; invigorates and
?eaves tbe bair sort and beaqtiful black or brown,
-old ly all Druggistsand Perfumers; and properly
applied at Batchelors Wi Factory, No. - Bond
streti, New York. lyr May ic
?"ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Service! in t*-is Church TO-MOBBOW MOBNTNG at
half past Ten o'clock. Dr. W. W. HICKS offlciatiDg.
?-Strange? will be provided with seats.
mw DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphans' Chapel on SABBATH AFTEB
NOOS. at Five o'clock, by the Rev. W. O. PBENTI88.
?-CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST
CHUROH.-There will be preaching in this Ohurch
To-Monaow FOBEHOON, at the asoal hour of morn?
ing worship, by the Rev. W. J. HA BD, of Augusta.
In (he Evsnlng the Monthly Conceit of Prayer (or
Missions will be observed, conducted by the Rev.
W. J. HARD. Addresses on the subject of Missions
may be expected from the Rev. W. H. HICKS, and
the Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN. A collection ta
aid of Missions will be taken np st the close of tbe
f?rrico. The exercises will commence at 8J? o'clock.
MW GRACE CHURCH_THERE WILL BE
no Service in thia church TO-MOBBOW, (Sunday,)
September 5, and not until farther notice.
MW RIVER BAPTISM.-ON SUNDAY,
September 5th, D. V., between the hours of Seven
and Eight o'clock A. M., the Sacred Ordinance of
Baptism will bo administered by the Rev. JACOB
LEU ABE, Pastor of Morris-street Baptist Church, at
tho west end of Tradd-sfreet.
The public aro respectfully invited on the occa?
A Collection will be taken up in aid of the funds of |
the Church._ Sept 4
?3- EXECUTORS FINAL NOTICE.-NO
tlco ls hereby given that on the FIBST DAT OF
OCTOBER ensuing, the undersigned will apply
to the Judge of Probate, ot Charleston County, for a
find discharge as Executors of tho Estate of the late
JAMES F. SLATTERY,
Executors of Estile of J. Pattanl.
?-THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
14? EAST BAY, having replenished its Stock with a
new and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest stylos, is prepared to execute, at
the shortest notice and in the best manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call and examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere.
MW A CARD-SOUTHERN LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, ATLANTA DEPARTMENT.
TolkePeopli of South Carolina:
Tho above Company was organ zed in 1866, in
consequence of the wholesale forfeiture of Southern
policies by Northern companies. The unparalleled
snccess of the enterprise has forced several of these
companies to restore their Sout ern policies, from
the fact that they could not operate in our midst
without thc appearance of honesty.
We keep all our monoy at homo to build up our
impoverished country-every dollar of premium
being salely invested lu the state Inm which it is de?
rived. The institution is pu:ely Southern, and heneo
shon'd appeal with great force to the patriotism and
and sympathy of every Southern heart.
'Tis cot our purpose to make war on other com?
panies, but to exhibit the special advantages offered
by this purely Southern Company-founded on
patnorNm and solid wealth. Its ratio of assets to
liabilities-tbe true test of a company's strength-is
second to nono on this continent, being nearly $300
Whenever and wherever we have presented the
claims nf thia Company, it bis not only enliatod tho
sympathies of our people, bat has also secured their
hearty co-operation. We have secured COO policies
in South Carolina 8taco tho 10th of February. We
number among' oar Directors General Wade Hamp?
ton and Colonel Wm. Johnston, gentlemen well
known to every citizen of South Carolina. We ap?
peal personally to the people of South Carolina to
assist in pushing forward this deservedly popular
Southern institution. J. H. MILLER,
General Agent Southern Life Insurance Company,
No. 23 Broad-street. Angosta. Ga.
8. Y. TUPPER,
Agent, Charleston, te. C.
H. W. DESAUSSURE, M. D.,
We cheerfully recommend the above Company to
tho patronage of tho citizens of South Carolina.
Columbia, S C.-J. S. Preston, J. P. Carroll, C. D.
Melton. S. W. Melton, J. D. Pope.
Camden_J. B. Kerehaw, Wm. M. Shannon, W. E.
Sumter.-John B. Moore.
Winn8boro'.-W. R Roberlson, J. B. McCants,
James H RiOD.
Yorkvillo.-W. B. W Ison, ft. Coward, James Ma?
son, I. D. Witherspoon, J. R. Bratton. J. T. Lowry,
H. G. McCaw.
Anderson.-J. L. Orr. \,
Barnwell.-Jos. A. Lawton, James Patterson, John?
Clarcudiin.-Jno. L. Manning, T. C. Rirhard'on,
BEFEBENCES IN CHARLESTON.
General JAME t CONNER, Messrs. PELZ ER,
RODGEB> A CO , JAMES H WILSON, Esq ,TJEO.
H. WALTER, Esq., LEWIS D. MOWRY, Esq.
August 19 2moa
mw MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY ON
THE CAUSE AND CULE OF 1REMA1URE DE?
CLINE IN MAN. the treatment ol' Nervous and
Ph; slcal DobilJty, ftc.
"There is no member of society by whom this
book will not bo found useful, whether such person
holds tho relation of Parent, Preceptor or Clergy?
man."- Medical Times and QaiciXe.
Sent by mail on receipt of flity cents. Address
tl e Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS,
Sept 1_lyr_Washington. D. C.
mw SOLOMON'S Bl TIERS.-THIS PRE?
PARATION, compounded by one of our oldest and
most esteemed diugglsts, has, during the short time
in which it has been offered to the public, attained
a reputation which has almost entirely driven out ol
market the various tonic- and stimulant? which, for
a fewmon'bs, by cxarbitant puffing and heavy ad?
vertising, succeeded in building a profitable busi?
ness for their projectors.
Solomon's Bitters oro not of the flashy style, de?
pending upou large advertising, bought puffs and
fictitious recommendations for a sale to a gullible
public Their composition is well known to and ap?
proved by many of our best physicians, and ihe pro?
prietors depend upon the intrinsic merits ol' their
medicino to make it as popular as it is curative.
They do net pretend t'a ofler a medicinal prepara?
tion that will cure all the ills that flesh is heir lo,
but they do contend that tho judicious use of these
Bitters will greatly alleviate humau suffering, and
bring very many to a state of comparative health
who have long been strangers to that great blessing.
One goo'l genuine recommendation of any pro?
fessed curative is worth dozens or hundreds of
bought eerti?eates, and the Messrs. SOLOMONS
have only published a few out of the hundreds of un
so'icited testimonies which the have received. Wc
this morning give a copy of a letter from Hou. ALTX.
H. STEPHEN?, whose t ecuiiarly enfeebled condition
for tbe past pix months has been known te the whole
country. His few earnest words will go much fur?
ther to confirm the good opinion already exisUn? as
to the beneficial qualities of this medicine than
would cdumns of stercotyp.d reconamenditions
from unknown par?es:
LIBKRIX HALL, i
CBAWFjBDSviiXE GA , August 14.18i9.1
Messrs. A.A. Solomons <? Co , Druggists, Savannah,
GENTLEMEN-Please send me half a dozen bottles
of your Bitters. I have been using them lately
upon thu recommendation of a friend, with decided
benefit, in giving tone to the digestive organs and
general strength to my system. Send by Express,
with value endorsed, C. O. D.
(Signed) ALEXANDER E. STEPHEN?.
August 24 Ztco
JO"A HANDSOME INDU?EjlENT.-EyEBY
person who sends $3 60 to the "XIX OE STORY*
Publication Company, in this elly, receives that
superb Magazine for one year, and a copy of either
of the Waverly Novela or the works of Charles
Dickens that may be designated. Specimen num?
ber wiih premium list 35 cents.
?-MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS 8UF
FEEING from Diseases partaining to the Genita"
Urinary Organs, will receive-thc latest scientific
treatment by placing themselves under the care of
Dr, T. BEENT SJ EENA, Office No. 74 HASEL*
8Tb BET, three doors east from the Postofflce,
?. TAXES 1 TAXES !-C OL LE TON
COUNTS'.-The time for paying Stile and County
Taxes without the additional twenty per cent, has
been extended until the EIOHTXEKTH DAT OF SZF
TEMBZB. . JAMES W. GRACE,
August 31 6 IreasnrerJO. O.
EXCURSIONS TU ALL POINTS OF IN?
TEREST ABOUND TBE HaBBOB.
THE TAOHT EL?ANCB WILL NOW BE
VSUM? her trips to all points in the harbor
Apply to A. A. GOLDSMITH,
At M. Ooldamlth A t>on's.
Or to THOMAS YOUNO, Captain, on hosid.
THE 1-INi-J FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA, the champion of the South,
i is now ready and prepared to make regular
i trips, thus aff arding aa opportunitv to all
who mav wish to visit points ot interest In our bbsu
Fer passage, apply to the Captain on Union Wharf,
FOR SEW YORK
REG ULAH LINE EVERY THURSDAY.
THE SPLENDID 8TE/MHBIP
' MINNEIONKA, Capt. CABFBKTEB,
will lsave V?nd?ihorst's *>tri on
?THCBSUAT, September 9,1869. at -
o'clock. RAYEN EL ft CO.**
NIC W YtlHK ANO C ll A lt LK ST U I
FOR NEW YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
THK SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
g STEAMSHIP CHAMPION, R. W.
LOCKWOOD, Commander, will sail
from Auger's south Wharf on SAT
CUD AT, September 4 tb, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
JO" An extra charge of $6 made tor Tickets pur?
chased on board alter sailing.
MW No Bills of Lading signed after the steamer
?-Through Bills Ealing given for Cotton to
Boston and Providence. B. I.
JO" 1 brough Bills ol Lading Riven to Liverpool.
MW Marine Insurance by thia line >i per cent.
JO* The Steamers ot (bis Une are first class In
every respect, and their Tables are tupolled with al
the delicacies of tho New York and Charleston mar?
For Freight or*Pa*?age, apply to
JAMES ADGEh A CO.. Agonta,
Corner Adler's Wharf a'jc1 East Ray (Up-stalrs.)
MW The Steamship CHALL2STON will follow and
pall on TUESDAY, September 7, at half-past 7 o'clock
A. M._August 20
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY?
THBO?OH Lliktt TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
ca AS an OF SA ?uso DA rsi
8TEAMK?? OF THE ABGV
line leave Pier No. 42, North Elver,
foot of Canal-street. New York, at
12 o'clock noon, of the lift, ll tb and
21st of every month (except when these dstea fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
porta. Those of 1st touch st Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connects with
the new steam line iron Panama to Australia art?
Steamship CHINA leaves Sac Frarcifco for China
sud Japan October 4. 1869.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but (0
direct from New York to AspinwaLL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adalt.
Medicine am' attendance free.
For PaeaigeTickets or further Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the what**
foot of Canal-strc?t, North Bivcr. New York.
March 12_lyr_F. R. FABT, Agon*
CHANGE OF SCHKOULE.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, ?TH
_ inaL, the Steamers will run as fol?
Leave City at 10 A. M.. 3 and 6 P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 and ll li A. M., and 5%
Leave City at 10 A. M.. and 3 and 6 P. M.
Leave Sullivan's island at iy2 and ll A. M., and
SH P. M.
Leave City at 10 A. M., and 3 PM.
Leave Mount Pleasant at9 and 11% A. M., and 6 J?
Leave Sullivan's Island at 8% and ll A. M..and 6
P. M. JOHN H. MURBAY, Ageztt
AU Freight must be prepaid. * Sept 4
INLAND ROUTE VU BEAUFORT AND HILTON
HEAD. TOUCHING AT SEABROOK?,
f - <-TT-THE STEAMER PILOT BOY,
Sil* ? 'r"PECK, will leave. Middle At
lantic Wharf on MONDAY Moosruo, at 8 o'clock for
above places. Rt-tuming, will leave havannah WED?
NESDAY SIOBNTNQ at 8 o'clock.
All freight payable on the wharf.
J. D. AIKEN ft CO..
?e; t 3 3 cou th Atlantic Wharf.
ROCKVILLE, CHISOLM'S AND BEAUFORT.
THE STEAMER PILOT BOY,
_?Captain Frats* PECK, will leave for
above points on THUS-DAY MOENI.NO. at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beaufort at 6 o'clock FRIDAY
MORNING, and Edisto at 2 o'clock P. M.
All freight pavab'e on tbe wharf.
J. D. AIKEN, i CO.,
Sept 3 6 South Atlantic Wharf.
THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
_ I Captain H. D. ELLIOTT, will leave as
above TUESDAY MORNING, 7th instant, at 8 o'clock,
hen.ming will leave Beaufort WEDNESDAY MORNING,
at 8 o'clock.
Foi Freight or Passage apnly on board, or to
JNO. H. MUBBAY, Agent,
Freiaht will be received on MONDAY until sunset.
All Freight to be prepaid. 2* Sept 3
FOB WRIGHT'S BLUFF AND INTER.
Mc DI A TE LANDING") ON THE S ANTEE
THE LIGHT DRAUGHTSTEAMER
__*M\RiON, Captain ALEX. ROBEBTSOW,
will receive Fretght on Monday, 6th instant, and
leave on WEDNESDAY night, the 8tb instant.
For freight engagements apply at the
OFFICE OF THE AGENCY,
Sept 2 C /?ecommedation Wharf.
JOHN MARSHALL, Jr.,
N WAL ST?BE-?, COTTON. LUMBER AND RICK.
MA R S H A I. L'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Augu-t 24 g
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, ftc, con?
stantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12 mthslvr
/JHARJLKBTON AO Kl CULTURAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AHB1CULTURAL I Ht ZEMENTS, QARDEi
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. P1NGRKE,
Nc. HO Meeting-street, Chariest on.
yy I li L 1 A fl M. LAWTON,
Factor and Commission Merchant.
No. 10 BOYCE'S WHARF.
EXTBA HEAVY BEA ISLAND BAGGING AND
TWINE FOR SALE. Advances made on Produce in
hand, tbsni August