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Meeting? Tbl? Day.
Solomon's Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Mechanic's Union, No. 1, at 7 P. M.
St. Joseph's Latia Society, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Mechanic Society, a! 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Riflemen Club, at 8 P. M.
? Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at 8
Auction Sales Tbls Da jr.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
stoxv, dry goods, Ac.
THE UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.-Mr.
John F. Porteous, United States commis?
sioner, returned on Saturday from Greenville,
and will be ready to attend to business at the
United States Courthouse this morning.
NEW CAROLINA RICE.-A cargo of 650 bush?
els new Carolina rough rice arrived here on
Saturday last, per sloop Mary, from Pon Pon.
It was from the plantation of E. M. Barnwell,
Esq., and was consigned to Messrs. Bavenel
NEW SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The first bag o
new sea Island cotton received this season
from Edlsto Island came to hand on Saturday
last. It was from the plantation of Messrs. B.
J. and E. C. Whaley, and was consigned to
Messrs. Fraser & Dill.
WM. E. JOHNSON.-We learn from the Cam?
den Journal that this gentleman, so long and
so extensively known as the able, efficient and
worthy president ol the Bank of Camden, died
at his residence in Kirkwood on Sunday last,
in the seventy fifth year of his age, lamented
and respected by all who knew him.
MA?HINERT FOR COTTON MILLS.-Thre. ^-as
?anding on Saturday, on Brown ?fe Co.'3 wharf,
from the schooner W. L. Bradley, from Bos
J^ton. about two hundred and twenty large
boxes containing machinery for the Langley
cotton mill, near Aiken, and the Augusta cot?
ton mill, Augusta, Ga. The machinery was
from the Lowell Machine Works, Lowell,
GADSDEN GREEN.-Some excitement was oc?
casioned in this out-of-the-way locality, yester?
day afternoon, by the attempt ol a policeman
to arrest a boy. While this was going on the
lather of the boy made his appearance and
wrested the club from the policeman, who, he
alleged, was drank. Another policeman, how?
ever, arrested the man and took him to the
Guardhouse. The case will be examined this
CRUMBS.-Ar\ album, containing a number
of photographs,'which waa found* In the pos?
session ol a thief, ls at the Detective office.
Trial Justice Brennan has gone to Columbia.
We learn that the Wilmington, Columbia
an?1 Augusta Railroad ls now within six miles
Mr. J. S. Lumsden, an expert, is in charge
of the Columbia office ot the Southern and At?
lantic Telegraph Company.
Governor Scott has returned and re-occu?
pied his office in the capital.
RESCUE OP THE SCHOONER MARION.-It will
be seen by the loUowlng paragraph that the
schooner Marion, from Liverpool lor Charles?
ton, which was ashore on Body leland, has
been taken off and towed to Norfolk, Va.
She ls leaking two feet of water per hour and
bas part ol her cargo on board. The Norfolk
Journal of Friday last says :
The schooner Marion, from Liverpool, re?
ported ashore heretofore, arrived In port yes?
terday In tow of the wrecking steamer Reso?
lute, belonging to those Indefatigable and
zealous workers to the Interest of "those who
go down to sea In ships," B. ? J. Baker. She
ls in the hands ol the underwriters' agents,
who will do lull Justice to all concerned.
CARRYING THE WAR INTO AFRICA.-On Fri?
day afternoon a colored woman named Jane
Williams entered the premises of a lady in
Tradd street, and, after firing off a volley of
abuse at a colored servant who lived there,
challenged the latter to a lair and square set
tlement of the difficulty on the spot. Before
the preliminaries could be settled Jane was or?
dered to leave the yard, which she refused to
do, until a gallant policeman, who had been
sent for, came In and offered her his arm, and
club If necessary. Gracefully accepting the
courtesy ot her cerulean escort, the virago was
conducted to the Guardhouse and locked up.
She was brought before the Mayor on Satur?
day, and alter an examination was released
with orders not to Intrude upon the premises
DIXD FROM HEB BTJBNS.- Louisa Johnson,
the colored girl who was badly burned by the
explosion of a can of kerosene oil, .r'th which
she was attempting to kindle a fire on Monday
morning last, expired on Saturday morning
lrom the Injuries then received. During the
five days her sufferings were fearful. An In?
quest was held over the bodj, and the evi?
dence showed that the girl had been lui the
habit of kindling her fire with oil, until she
was prevented by her mother. On the morn?
ing of the accident tjjg mother was not down,
and the girl went to work In the old and easy
way. The Jury returned a verdict that the
deceasad came to her death from "the effects
of burns caused by the explosion of a can of
kerosene oil, from the indiscreet use ol the
THE REGATTA.-The contest between the
Trew and beautiful race boats of the Palmetto
and Carolina Independent Regaifa Clubs has
been eagerly looked forward to for some lime
past, and will take place, we are told, on the
afternoon of the 16th instant. The boats have
already been tried, and may be seen gilding
gracefully about the waters of the harbor on
still evenings. The Palmettoes are Improving
tbjir time by regular practicing, and the
steady, skilful sweep of their spoons show that
their crew will be up to the mark on the day
of trial. The Independents have not yet done
much practicing, and having received their
boat two weeks later than the Palmettoes
they have deterred the race, to allow their
picked crew a chance of handling the spoons.
Although the first named boat is five leet
longer than .the other, the contest, as ad?
mitted by all, will be a sharp one.
CLUBS AND STABS.-George Frazer and Jul
tus Garvin, lodged for being intoxicated and
fighting in Beauiain street near Coming, were
sentenced each to pay a fine of five dollars or
go to the House o? Correction for ten days.
Anthony Thompson, a colored youth found
loitering about certain houses on Hampstead
Mall, and lodged on the charge ol vagrancy,
was sent to the House of Correction ior twenty
Chas. McMullen, found drunk and unable to
take care of himself in Market street, was
sent to th^House of Correction for ten days.
A goat, found at large In Cannon street, was
released upon the payment of a fine ot one
dollar by the owner.
An individual, whose potations incapacitated
Aim for further locomotion, found himself in
tte Guardhouse. Before the Mayor he plead?
ed that he did the drinking "as a precaution?
ary measure to keep off the feyer," and was
CHEERING NEWS ABOUT THE FEVER.
The Board of Health'? Reports-Only
Three Death? In Two Days -Our
Steamship Lines as Lively as Ever
Sanitary Matters In General.
The public will learn with satisfaction that
we have been notified 7 Dr. Lebby, the city
registrar, that he will L.ake an official report,
every afternoon, of the number ol deaths by
yellow fever certified to him during the twenty -
lour hours ending at mid-day. This will place
before the community, as frequently as could
be desired, a trustworthy staU-inent of the
mortality in the city. The people will know
the whole trutb, good or bad, and we may
look forward to a sudden falling off in the
crop ot rumors, and to a steady improvement
in the public morale. Altogether the city bas
been rather cheerful in tone during the past
two days, and the following bulletins will tend
to strengthen confidence and dispel alarm :
Reports of the City Registrar.
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, I
CHARLESTON, September 2, 1871. j
No certificates of death by yellow lever re?
ceived since last report.
ROBERT LEBBT, M. D.,
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, (
CHARLESTON, September 3,1871-12 M. )
Three (3) certificates of death from yellow
fever received since last report.
ROBERT LEBBT, M. D.,
These reports, and the total mortality to
date, indicate that the fever is disposed to die
out, or take a different shape. The Dights and
mornings are cool, and the days more like
October than September. This has induced
one ot the weather-wise (not connected with
the Signal Bureau) to predict a frost for the
last da\3 of this month. Neither the small
number of deaths nor this delicious autumn
weather should, however, tempt the people to
relax their exertions. The cleansing and dis?
infecting of lot.-, ls just as necessary as ever,
and, as in Rome, every man should keep his
own door clean. Under Providence, what we
have already done may have helped to mode?
rate the disease and confine lt to its pet dis?
trict. Now, then, ls the time to charge all
along the Une with shovels, brooms and sweet
scented deodorizer?, so tbat the jaundiced foe
may be driven Into the ocean.
Oar Steumiiiip Lines.
Information has been received that the
Charleston steamers, upon their arrival at
New York, will be detained for a very short
time. At the worse, passengers will not be
quarantined for more than twenty-four or for?
ty-eight hours, nor freight for more than forty
elgbt or seventy hours. To those who love
"the sea, the sea, the open sea," this delay will
not be very terrible. King Cotton, certainly,
will net mind lt In the least. All the Charles?
ton steamers come into port with full car goes,
and shippers, seeing that they run no addition?
al risk, mean to stick to their favorite line.
The James Adger, which came in on Satur?
day, brought fifteen or twenty car loads of
freight for distant Tennessee. Charleston ls
The Cleaning Up.
The streets carts, aided by a lew extra ones,
were busily at work Saturday, and, owing to
the exigencies of the case, on Sunday als'?.
The repeated efforts in this direction show a
visible improvement in the appearance of the
streets, which are now almost cleared ol the
rubbish which the excitement of the past week
brought forth from places which before never
saw the light. A large drain running from
the Eagle Engine House down the neighbor?
ing street, which has frequently been reported
by the residents in that quarter, has also been
attended to. The rumor which was current
yesterday afternoon on the street that the city
Inspector, J. H. Jenks,|had returned, ls un?
true. That official ls still located at the North,
and will, according to the Mayor, "return
as soon as his physician announces that lt is
safe for him to do so."
A New D* part ure Needed.
Middle street was enlivened on Saturday,
the first time fox many days, by the appear?
ance of a scavenger cart The accumulated
garbage of a week was partially removed ; but
constant attention ia necessary to insure
cleanliness and health, and the authorities
should be more prompt and energetic in
The health committee of this ward met on
Saturday and made a full report. The yards
and premises were found to be in a much bet?
ter condition than the streets. Some few nui?
sances were reported, that will, we trust, re?
ceive prompt attention. The committee bas
been increased to forty, and the meetings
will be held hereafter on Friday alternoon.
St. Mary's Church.
St. Mary's Church, Hasel street, will be
opened at halt-past five every evening, and re?
main open until a late hour, in order to give
the congregation an opportunity of offering
up their prayers for the speedy extirpation of
yellow fever. There will be mass at this
church at half-past 6 o'clock every morning.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 SO and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
IMMERSION.-This religious rite was perform?
ed yesterday morning at the loot of Tradd
street, by the Rev. Jacob Legare, of the Mor?
ris street Baptist Church. The candidates, all
clothed In white, to the number of eleven,
went down Into the salt tide and were duly
immersed. The ceremonies were concluded
by taking up a collection among the crowd
who were present.
THE RURAL CAROLINIAN.-The September
number of this standard magazine has a varied
table ot contents. Colonel D. Wyatt Aiken
contributes an article upon clover, and Messrs.
Meyer, J. P. H. Brown, H. W. Ravenel, A. Y.
Lee and Dr. Anderson Tarnish papers of inter?
est and Importance. A paper on "The cotton
caterpillars and their habits" will doubtless be
att in tl ve ly read.
A NEW LODGB OP GOOD TEMPLARS was In
stituted, on the 24th ult, at Branchville, B. C.,
by Mr. F. Ludett, of this city. The following
are the officers lor the present quarter : Rev.
D. J. Sirmons, W. C. T.; J. B. Berry, W. V. T.;
J. W. B-rry, W. R. 8.; Fed. Cooner, W. F. S.:
A. Bruce, W. Treasurer; G. V. Patrick, W. C.;
Daniel Bird, W. M.; Geo. Fairy, W. G.; An?
drew Bird, W. e. The name of the lodge 1B
St. John's, No. e.
ANOTHER CHURCH ROBBERT.-A sequel to
the recent sacrileglous raid upon the hangings
and property ol St. Luke's Church took place
Saturday night at the Unitarian Church, in
Archdale street. Saturday morning, as usual,
the sexton opened and dusted the church
preparatory to the Sunday service, and after
shutting it up carefully leit the premises.
Yesterday morning, upon opening the church,
all of the carpeting from the central aisle was
missing, besides several smaller articles from
the pews. The thieves effected their entrance
from the churchyard by breaking open one of
the windows at the back of the church near
the southeast corner. The carpet is a large
and handsome one, and cannot long be con?
cealed. The waoli affair was reported at the
Detective office, but np to the present time no
trace of the roboers has been discovered.
THE SULLIVAN'S ISLAND YACHT RACE.-The
Sullivan's Island regatta, on Saturday after?
noon, was witnessed by a large assemblage ol
the admirers ol aquatic sports, but owing to
the prevailing light winds, proved less amus?
ing than had been anticipated. The following
boats were entered for the contest : The Alice,
by Captain Mitchell; Lillie, by Mr. D. J. Tou
hey; Arrow, by Mr. B. Patrick; Katie, by Mr.
Wm. Smith; Lila, by Mr. R. Chisolm, Jr.-; Fleet
wing, by Mr. C. S. Patrick, and Wild Duck, by
Mr. Joseph Graham. All but the last named
are Sullivan's Island boats. The judges ap?
pointed for the occasion were Messrs. R. 8.
Duryea, R. F. Touhey, C. C. Patrick and H. J.
O'Neill. Shortly afier 4 o'clock, all prelimina?
ry arrangements being completed, the word
"Go" was given, and each little craft was
speedily covered with a cloud of sails,
and glided gracefully from the '* cove."
The wind being east by north, no
difficulties lay in the way of the voyagers,
until they rounded Fort Ripley; then their
troubles began. The breeze at this time was
very light, and the tide ran strong flood; it
therefore became a contest as to which of the
captains knew best how to evade the places
where the tide ran strongest. The Katie and
Lillie rounded Ripley aboutthe same time, but
the former's captain, soon after "close haul?
ing," Bhowed his knowledge of the river by
standing over to the Mount Pleasant shore.
The tide here ls not strong, and the advantage
thereby gained became speedily visible to the
spectators on shore. The Kalie gradually
neared the goal, and finally reached the dock
amidst the wildest enthusiasm ol the crowd
there assembled. The following is a table of
the time made by the contending yachts:
Starting time. Retnrn time.
Katie.4 h. 46 m. & a 6 h. 25 m. 49 s.
Lillie.4 il- 45 m. 35 s. 6 h. 40 m. &s B.
Wild Duck.4 h. 48 m. 7 H. 6 h. 45 m. 2 B.
Fle-twlng.4 h. 47 m. - s. G h. 59 m. 8 s.
Alice.4 h. 50 m. - tu 7 h. 1 m. 30 8.
Arrow.4 h. 45 m. 35 8. 7 h. 21 m. - i.
L'la.4 h. 46 m. 30 s. - h. - m. - e.
T'2'i Katie was declared winner of the first
prize, a handsomely embroidered champion flag
and a silver spoon, and the Lillie of the second,
a stylish pennant. The third, a tin-cup, was
awarded the Lila, whose return time was not
taken, she having arrived after the flag was
lowered. Wm. A. Kelly, Esq., commodore of
the club, made the presentation speeches, con?
gratulating the successful competitors upon
their superior skill In sailing, and the zeal for
the honor of the club displayed by them on
this and former occasion?. The happy re?
cipients, excepting the "tin-cup gentleman,"
thanked the commodore and the members of
the club In a few happily-framed rem irks, and
tbe party then adjourned to the club-room,
where a splendid pnnch awaited them. While
enjoying the good things, J. M. Touhey, Esq.,
late commodore of the club, was surprised by
being made the recipient of a finely-engraved
silver-headed cane, bearing the following in?
scription-"The Sullivan's Island Regatta Club
to Commodore J. M. Touhey." Mr. Kelly's
remarks on this occasion were of a most com?
plimentary nature, and were fitly responded
to by Mr. Touhey.
The Moonlight, ot this city, which was to
have been entered for the regatta, met with
an accident off Castle Pinckney and did not
get down to the Island. Her mast was snapped
off near the deck by a gust of wind, and she
was towed back to the city by a boat from the
Olive Jackson, lying in the stream.
PILLSBURY'S PERFIDY-AN INDIG?
NANT APPEAL !
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
"The monarch's rolly makes the people rae."
I am amazed In witnessing the position
taken by Mayor Pillsbury in his continued op?
position to the wishes and efforts of the citi?
zens in their attempt to devise measures
vigorous ones-lor the improvement of our
sanitary condition. So lar lt has been fruitful
of nothing but dispute. Can this Inhuman
spirit arise from envy or party zeal ? At a
time like the present, the duel' magistrate of
our city should yield to the opinions of the citi?
zens, (his chief executive officer having fled.)
He certainly la aware that the hygiene of
trie city has been fearfully neglected. Last
Friday, at 3 P. M., the garbage on Spring
street was not removed, and the responsibility
lies at some one's door. A very large number
of us are unable to send our children away;
they require protection at the hands of their
parents. "Delays are dangerous." and while
dancing attendance upon Mayor Pillsbury,
"Who sees the rieht and approves lt too.
Condemn the wrong and yet the wrong pursue,"
this insidious disease is spreading. Relief ls
needed, or "black night will soon enwrap us
In her gloomy shade." Desperate diseases at
limes require extreme measures. These times
need other aid. Red-tapeism Bhould be set
aside. While party spirit ls being catered to,
' Death stalks behind ns, and each flying boar
Does some loved portion of our life devour."
The citizens feel assured that Major Willis
(who bas been remarkable for his energetic
and administrative power) would, in a few
day?, reduce the whole machinery into so com?
plete a system, that the result would be ac?
knowledged, however unwillingly, even by
the present administration.
The citizens feel confident that no such
force aa will produce the desired effect can be
found in the present municipal department.
They seem to be all out of breath, to no pur?
pose, and very busy about nothing-but
. We trust that the gentlemen who proposed
Major Wilds, and offered him to Mayor Pills?
bury as one capable to grapple with the diffi?
culty, will see that he be allowed to take
charge, untrammelled, of the street inspector's
office, for the people at large feel that the
lives of their children are Jeopardized under
the present r?gime. In the pursuit of this
duty they should be guided by one thought,
that the "Noblest motive is the public good."
H TOBI A.
Hotel Arrivals-September ft and 3
JJ. B. Smith, South Carolina; D. McLean, W.
McKay, A. Munro, Scotland; J. B. Howell, Miss
E. J. Miller, Savannah; J. Momees, city; Col?
onel P. M. Wlggens, Dr. F. E. Wilder, Beau?
fort, 8. C.; G. M. Wella, Bull River; R. E.
Stewart, L. E. Stewart, G. B. Stewart, Balti?
WHERE TO GET LIME.-The Builders' Depot,
No. 94 Church street, has Just received a cargo
of superior fresh lime-a scarce and desirable
article Just now.
BARGAINS.-By referring to our auction col?
umn it will be seen that William McKay will
sell at his store, No. 140 Meeting steeet, at 10
o'clock this day, a varied and general assort?
ment ol dry goods, suitably for city or country
trade. We understand that he will be in re?
ceipt weekly of consignments of dry and fancy
goods. Purchasers may expect bargains, as
the goods are sold on account of the manufac?
turers and only for cash.
A BOX containing one quire of Note Paper
with Envelopes to match, for 25c, at
CHAS. C. RICHTER'S,
mayl3-m Easel street Bazaar.
A SPLENDID SEWING M AC H IS E. (Florence
pattern,) ia to be raffled at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar. A rare chance to get a fine machine for
a mere song. augl2
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
certs, os advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chad?
wick, Cary & Co_Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent
for this splendid and attractive scheme, iBnow
prepared to sell tickets for the same. Appli?
cations to be made to him at the office ol Mr.
C. Clacius, corner East Bay and Central wharf.
TRIBUTES OF RESPECT.
At an extra meeting of Hook and Ladder
Company No. 1, held on the 2d September,
1871. the following preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, But a few short months have
elapsed since we were called upon lo mourn
the loss of an esteemed friend and comrade
and efficient foreman. With hearts bowed
down wita grief, we sought a successor worthy
to occupy the position made vacant by the re?
lentless hand ol the destroying angel.
Such a man was found in A. B. Jarvis, one of
the charter members ol our company, and
second, in point o? usefulness and competen?
cy, not even to him we mourned. Like his
predecessor, Mr. Jarvis was a man of North?
ern birth, a native of New York City. He
came to Charleston at the close of the war,
chose lt as his adopted home, identified him?
self with her interests, and ere long made a
host of Irlends. The natural kindness of his
disposition, his courteous demeanor and the
urbanity ol his manners were characteristic
traits which endeared him to every one, and
"won golden opinions from all sorts of peo?
ple." To us, his comrades who knew him
most intimately, he was most beloved In lile,
as in death his memory is most revered. If
aught could assuage the grief caused by our
recent loss, it was the fact that the memory of
our former chief was honored by the appoint?
ment of a worthy succeesor who was his friend
and fellow-countryman. But now afresh blow
strikes us down-a new and unexpected ca?
lamity bas befallen us. The angel of death again
casts the shadow of its wings o'er our hall, and
we mourn the loss of our comrade, friend and
foreman, A. B. Jarvis, who was suddenly
taken lrom his sphere of usefulness on
Wednesday, August 30.
He was not a native here, nor to the manor
born; and for this we honored him the more.
We acted but in emulation of his noble exam?
ple in discarding prejudice, forgetting the un?
fortunate past, and extending the band of
brotherhood and good fellowship to one who
adopted our home as his, and who so richly
merited our friendship and esteem.
Most sincerely and honestly do we deplore
his IOBS; most heartily do we extend our
sympathy to his bereaved parents and family.
Be lt, therefore,
Resolved, That the death of our esteemed
foreman and beloved comrade, A. B. Jarvis,
leaves a void in our company and in our
hearts that naught but giief can fill.
That we extend to hid bereaved parents and
family our sympathy and condolence.
That our hall be draped In mourning for
thirty days in respect to his memory; tbat we
wear the usual badge of mourning on parade,
and a blank page in our minute book be dedi?
cated to his memory.
That this preamble and these resolutions be
published In the dally papers of this city, and
a copy thereof be forwarded to the parents
and family of our deceased and lamented
friend, comrade and chief.
Extract from the Minutes.
J. H. LOEB, Secretary.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, )
CHARLESTON COUNTY, September l, 1871. j
Whereas, It bas pleased the Almighty God
to call from our midst the late efficient and
highly esteemed clerk of this board, Abraham
B. Jarvis; and whereas, while we meekly bow
with Christian resignation to the decree of His
divine will, we cannot refrain from expressing
our sincere and heartfelt regrets at the IOBS
which the commanity bas sustained. There?
fore, be lt
Resolved, That we deplore the death of A.
B. Jarvis, and deeply sympathize with his
Saren ts In the grief which they feel in being
eprived of a dutiful and loving son.
Resolved, That we also share the sorrow
which his numerous acquaintances In this city
feel In forever losing a true and sincere
friend, whom they have so always highly es?
Resolved, That In the demise ot A. B. Jarvis,
this city has lost the valuable services of a
polite, accomplished gentleman, a good citi?
zen and an honest man.
Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing pre?
amble and resolutions be spread upon the
minutes of th is board, and also that copies be
Bent to his afflicted parents, to Fire Company
Hook and Ladder, No. 1, and that they be
published in the papers of this city.
M. MCLAUGHLIN, )
R. N. GREOORIE. \ nJSS???H?
F. C. MILLER, Chairman, ) Commissioners.
Now landing a cargo of very superior FRESH
For sale low, at
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 94 CHURCH STREET,
sep4 E. M. GRIMEE, P. 0. Box 374.
REAI> THIS ?
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS !
Just received, a supply of
CHLORIDE OF SODA, Ac
Alio a supply of MEDICATED WILLOW OH AR
COAL, in Powder and In Pastilles, Imported from
Parts, prepared hy Dr. Belioc, and approved by
the French Academy or Medicine. This ls the
best article ever offered here; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive of Yellow Fever.
Also, a supply of the best WHITE MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended as a preventive of
Call early, as the snpply is limited, at the Drug
Store of DR. H. BAER,
aug29_No. 131 Meeting street.
THE NEW DISINFECTANT !
BROMO C?LORALIM !
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arrests
and prevents putrefaction and contagion, p.e
pared only by Tilden A Co.
For sale by all Druggists. Physicians furnished
with samples for trial by the Wholesale Agent.
Price for Pint Bottles so cents.
C. J. LUHN,
Recommended by the New York Board of Bealth
as ose of the best Disinfectants.
For dis infect l ig Privies, Vaults, Drams, Cess?
pools, Rooms, Ac.
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PANKNIN, Chemist,
No. 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. c.
Price-FlFTr CENTS per bottle. upi
FALL AND WINTER OF 1871.
TBE SUBSCRIBERS, JOBBERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
S. C., beg to call the attention or the merchants or the Interior of this and the adjoining States to
this market, as being now one or ths most desirable in which to procure full supplies o? all articles
they may require.
The wants or the country having rapidly Increased, with ample facilities to enable ns to procnre
our Eupplles direct rrom Drat hands In Europe and this country, we are now prepared to exhibit
more varied and complete stocks or SEASONABLE GOODS than at any period since the war, and will
dispose of tbem on as good terms as any other market.
"Dally facilities afforded for Shipment or goods to any point desired.?
EDWIN BATES A CO., NO. 124 Meeting street.
JOHNSTON, CREWS A CO., No. 41 Hayne street.
NACHMANN A CO.. No. 166 Meeting street. a
MARSHALL A BURGE, No. 143 Meeting street.
CRANE, BOYLSTON A CO., corner Hayne and Meeting streets,
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 122 Meeting street.
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS &c.
STEELE A WARDELL, No. 167 Meeting Street.
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND MILLINERY.
JOUN S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 37 Hayne street.
SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 iiayne street.
MILLINER 7 AND STRAW GOODS.
CHAS. A LENGSICK, No. 133 Meeting street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
D. F. FLEMING A CO., corner Hayne and Church streets.
T. M. BKISTOLL A CO., No. 145 Meeting street,
E. B. STODDARD A CO., No. 165 Meeting street.
HATS AND CAPS.
THOS. M. HORSEY A BRO., No. 25 Hayne street.
EDMONDS T. BROWN, NO. 43 Hayne street,
J. E. ADGER A CO., No. 139 Meeting street,
HART A CO., No. 39 Hayne street.
C. GR?VELEY, corner East Bay and Boyce's Wharf.
SADDLERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE AND
R. THOML1NSON A CO., No. 137 Meeting street,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
GOODRICH. WINEMAN, A OO., No. 35 Hayne street.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
WM. L. WEBB, No. 128 Meeting street,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A co., corner Hayne and Church streets.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c.
J. A. QUACKENBUSH, No. 122 East Bay street.
W. H. CHAFE! * CO., No, 207 Bast Bay street.
BOLLMANN BROS, No. 161 East Bay street,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &o.
HOLMES A CALDER, No. 205 East Bay street.
WM. M. BIRD A CO., corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
JOB PRINTER, STATIONER & BOOKSELLER.
EDWARD PERRY, No. 149 Meeting street.
TYPE AND PRINTING MATERIAL,
PAPER, STATIONERY, JOB AND BOOK PRINTING.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, No. 3 Broad street and No. 109 East Bay.
pOGAETIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
AUDUBON'S BIRDS OF AMERICA: a copy o?
this rare Book complete In 4 vols., well bou ml ana
in good preservation, win be sold at a low price li
applied tor ROOD.
also, a copy of McKenny and Hall's "Indian
Tribes of North America," with 120 portraits from
the Indian Gallery at Washington, ta 3 vols., fol.,
NEW CATALOGUE-No. 14.
THE DOMESTIC LIFE OF THOMAS JEFFER?
SON, complied from Family Letters and Kemmis
oences, by his great grand-danghter, Sarah N.
Randolph, $2 60.
Benolre Blake, M. D., Surgeon at Glenalble. by
the author of "Pleasant Lire in tbe North," $i 76.
Mixing In Society, a complete Manual of Man?
ners, by the Right Hon. the Cona tess of . . . .,
Morris's New Poem-The Life and Death of Ja?
son, a poem, by Wm. Morris, $160.
The Eartniy Paradise, a poem, bj Wm. Morris,
parts 1, 2 and 8,2 vols, each, $2 25.
Specimens of the British Poets, with Biographi?
cal and Critical Notices, and an Essay on English
Poetry, by Thes. Campbell, a new edition, j 3 26.
Prose writers of Germany, by Frederick H.
Hedge, Revised and Eoglarged. $6.
Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, anew
edition, Enlarged, $6.
The Plays of Philip Massinger, with Critical and
Explanatory Notes, by Wm. Gifford, $3 50.
Gnnn'8 Domestic Medicine, or Poor Man's
Friend, new and revised e inion. $6 53.
Gunn's New Famliy Physician, or Home Books
of Health, with supplementary Treatises on Anat?
omy, Physiology and Hygiene, Ac., wita uumer
spanish Picture-, drawn with pen and pencil,
with lil ai tra tiona by Dore and others, $4.
Swiss Pictures, drawn with pen and pencil, Il?
lustrations by E. Whymper, $4.
Pictorial Journey Through the Holy Land, or
Scenes In Palestine, L. R. T. 9. $3 25.
The Comic History of England, by A. Beckett,
with 20 colored etchings and 200 wood cut?, $6.
The Comic History of Rome, by A. Beckett, il?
lustrated by Join Leech, $3 75.
Old Testament Shadows or New Testament
Truths, by Lyman Abbott, illustrated, $3.
Captain Cook ; als Life, Voyages ana Discove?
ries, by Wm. H. G. Kingston, $2.
Life In the Open Air and other Papers, by Theo?
dore Winthrop, $1.
The Modern Playmate. Gamea, Sports and Di?
versions for boys of all ages, compiled by Rev. J.
Q. Wood, with six hundred original Illustrations,
The Play Book of Metals, Including Narratives of
Visits to Coal, Lead, Copper and Tin Mines, with
a number of Interesting experiments relating to
Alchemy and the Chemistry of the fifty metallic
elements, by John H. Pepper, soo illustrations,
The Treasures of the Earth; or Mines, Minerals
and Metals, by Wm. Jones, F. S. A., $1 76.
National Nursery Rhymes and Songs. Set to
Music by J. W. E nott, with numerous Illustra?
tions by the Brothers Dalzlel. No vello A Co.,
At La-1, a Christmas Story in the West In?
dies, by Charles Kingsley, Illustrated, $2
Second Series of Cameos from English History,
by author or "The Heir of RedcUffe," $1 50.
Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Workers In
the Mis -lon Field, by Miss Yonge, $2.
?- Persons residing In the coun try will please
bear In mind that by sending their orders to tu
for any books published in America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGABTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITOBY,
so. 240 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. c.
^j_ET THE BEST1
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
ST El BE R'S,
NO. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired.
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, ol all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strinss and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
maj22_No. 41 Broad street
FINE FEENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
For sale, in quantities to salt purchasers, by
DB. II. BABB,
may 25 I _ No. 131 Meeting strict,
I Potete?, Jewtlrp, #t.
j Jg A L ?Ti ITL AH?TE: i co.
KO?. fiU AND 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
DIAMONDS AND AIL PRECIOUS STONES.
Best Quality of
ALWAYS ON HAND.
jTEWELKY, WATCflES AND
NO. 307 KING STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER?
WARE AND FANCY COOD8.
Ail the newest and most exquisite designs in
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
? Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
-tings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
m hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
aartioit 0ai?f~*-Cljif ?ar.
By WM. McKAY.
TTTTLL BE SOLD THIS DAY, 4TH
VT Instant, at No. 140 Meei lng street, at 1?
o'clock, on account of whom it may concern,
Tbe following Gk ODS, slightly damaged on the
voyage from New York:
- Plews BLACK BROADCLOTH, Scotch*
Coatings, Mixed Woonsocket Repellante, Cassfc
meres, Meltons, 8ailnets, Super Grass Linen,
Heavy OVERSHIRTS, Coats, Pants, Vests, Hos
lery, Notions. Ac._ sepa
IttilUnerrj and Strato (Staads.
CHARLES A. LENGMICK
Takes pleasure to inform his numer?os city
and country customers, that be has reopened this
NO. 133 MEETING STREET,
One door north of Messrs. A. H. Abrahams ?
Son's Anctlon House, where he ls now receiving
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS,
Which he offers to them at such terms as wflt
meet theil approbation. 86p4_wf3
Britts and Ssnrmstjmg (toast.
TO MAKE ROOM FOR; " (.- 11
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
The undersigned is now closing ont his superb,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
STAR SHIRTS ^
Greatly Reduced Prices
NOW IS THE
CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
STAR SHIRT EMPOEIU MC
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
Soots, Shoes, gt._
BEST BOOTS AND SHOES;
THOSE FASTENED WITH
CABLE SCREW WIRE
The pliability, durability and economy of thesw
Eoods are fast rendering them THE MOST POP?
AR GOODS IN THE MARKET, their superiority
over either Sewed or Pegged work being apparent
en the first trial.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
All Genuine Goods bear lb? Patena
Stamp on tbe Bottom.
SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
flJrrj ?0006, Ut
IVOS. ?44. AND 4.371
Invite attention to their large assortment of
REAL LLAMA LACE POINTS
Rich Black Silks
Nainsook and Mall Maa sw
GOODS FOR BATHING SUITS
AU of which we now offer at
A SEPARATE DEPARTMENT
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
The. Finest, Best and Cheapest
Stock of Goods in Town.
J" U S T BE CEI VE DJ
Pendleton's Panacea, or vegetable Pam _tv
Also'*a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the gre??
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by .
_yso Na 181 Meeting SUM*?.