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Meetings Thin Day.
Oran ire Lodge, at 8 P. M.
German Sch?tzen Artillery, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, cassimeres. clothing, hosiery, ?ic.
. "THE IRON LISE.*'-There are no extra
^barges on lreight at Sew York by the steam?
ships of this line.
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. T. F. Brodie, of
Charleston, died in Walhalla, last week, of
chronic disease or the liver. Mr. Brodie had
been in Walhalla only a few days.
THE QUARANTINE LAWS.-Geo. Smith, con?
victed at Georgetown of violating the quaran?
tine laws, is to be brought before the Supreme
Court on habeas corpus.
AGRICULTURAL FAIRS.-We have received a
copy ol the premium list of the first fair of the
Industrial Association of Georgia, to be held
in Savannah on November 21; also an invita?
tion to the Cherokee Country Fair, to be held
at Rome, Ga., on October 10th. The Georgia
Fairs as already announced take place as fol?
lows : Rome, October 10; Atlanta, October 16;
Macon (State) October 23; Augusta, October
31; Columbus, October 31; Cartersville, Octo?
ber 3; Dalton, September. 26; Savannah, No?
DODSON'S CHOICE.-On Friday night, a col?
ored virago named Julia Pinckney, while
drunk, began to raise a disturbance in Church
street by ber noise and obscene language. She
was arrested and taken to the Guardhouse, in
which place she ls a well-known and frequent
visitor. Having been brought before the
Mayor she was allowed the Hobsonian choice I
between paying a fine ci fifteen dollars and
spending thirty days in the House of Correc?
tion. She retired to the House.
?^*HABEA9 CORPUS.-Edward Bailey, a colored
man, who was committed to jail by Ti lal Jus?
tice P. P. Hedges, for trial on the charge o?
stealing cotton on Edisto Island last fall, was
brought before Trial Justices Magrath and
Schroder, Saturday morning, by a writ of
habeas corpus. The proceeding was necessi?
tated by the refusal of the jailor to release the
prisoner on an order from the committing
trial justice. Having given bonds In the sum
of $150, with good security, for his appearance
at the next term oi the Court o? General Ses?
sions, Balley was released.
PERSONAL.-Brevet Colonel Milton Cogswell,
21st Infantry, well known and respected in
Charleston, where he was the military Mayor
under General Ganny's administration, has
been retired on account of long and faithful
Among the passengers who returned from
Europe last week were Dr. and Mrs. J. Marlon
Sims and family. Dr. Elms (who ls a native
of ^Ancaster County, S. C.) lelt NJW York
eome time In July, in order to treat two ot the
Orleans family now living in England. He
has purchased a handsome residence on Madi?
son avenue, and will, with his family, reside
permanently In New York.
DISTURBANCE IN ST. PHILIP STREET.-On
Saturday morning the noise of strife was heard
in a house at the corner of McBride's lane and
St. Phillp street, and the crowd it had drawn
together, to the number of two or three hun?
dred persons, were soon electrified by the un?
usual Bight of a man leaving the house at the
double-quick, pursued by his infuriated spouse.
?te parties were taken before a trial justice,
?hen the husband showed a cut on the back of
bis head, received from a carving knife in the
hands of his better half. The parties were
both required to give bonds, with good securi?
ty, for their future good behavior, and dismiss?
ed with some good advice gratis.
DIRECT STEAMSHIPS.-Mr. W. M. Lawton,
writing from England to General Hagood,
I believe that I could, with very little pro?
portional money, in the way of subscription
oy our people, only as a manifestation of their
accord and endorsement of the enterprise. (In
fact such assurance has been made to me from
two sources.) have a line of steamers put on
between Charleston and Liverpool this
autumn, to carry immigrants to the South,
and bring back colton. It is surely the inter
est and policy ol the South to en'er into this
business. The culture of cotton alone will
never build up the lortunes of the Southern
Stales; and I um Impressed with the idea that
your position as president of the State Agricul?
tural Society, and the strong men who form
that association, can build up our unfortunate
APPOINTMENTS.-The following appoint?
ments and changes have been announced at
the Executive Department:
Joseph D. KiDg, of Horry County; J. Bailey
and W. P. Noble, of Abbeville County; P. A.
Williams, o? Orangeburg County, and Samuel
M. Roof, o? Lexington County, notaries pub?
lic. George R. Summers, trial justice lor Or?
angeburg County, vice W. L. W. Riley, re?
Resigned-J. A. Whlttemore, as coroner for
Sumter County; E. A. Law, as jury commis?
sioner for Darlington County.
D. H. Farmer has been appointed judge of
the Second Circuit for the unexpired term of
Judge Z. Platt, deceased.
WHERE THERE'S A WILL THERE'S A WAY.
About half-past ll o'clock on Friday night.
Chas. McMullen, an inmate of the House of
Correction, sent thither by the Mayor for thir?
ty days, lor being repeatedly drunk on the
sVeets. attempted to commit suicide by cut?
ting his throat. Having no knife, he broke
one of the window panes, and getting a suita?
ble piece of glass commenced to saw upon his
throat.. Bis comrade in the cell watched the
operation until he saw a large red gash on the
throat of the desperate man, when he gave the
alarm. McMullen was Immediately taken
over to the City Hospital, where lt was found
tba* the sk M of the throat bad been cut
through, but that the glass had not cut the
muscles. The wound was immediately attend?
ed to, and, by order of the registrar, McMul?
len was placed in a straight-jacket, to prevent
his self-destruction. The cut was not serious.
ROGUES IN LIMBO.-Seabrook Mills, a col?
ored youth o? fifteen summers, was arrested on
Saturday by the detectives, charged with rob?
bing Mrs. Buck, in Magazine street, of one
dollar and fifty cents in currency. Seabrook
was employed by the lady to mind her cows,
and on Friday morning slipped up to her room
and after his departure the cash was missing.
It was sound in Seabrook's pocket, however,
together with a silver spoon m'irked Julia,
about which there is a difference of opinion,
the detectives charging that lt is stolen prop?
erly and Seabrook maintaining that he bought
it and bad it marked as a present for his lady?
love. The prisoner is held for examination.
He ls an old offender and a partner of Peter
Higbgrase, with whom he was tried for the
robbery of Mr. Land. Seabrook got off, but
Peter was sent to the Penitentiary lor three
years, where he died a 6hort time ago, before
the expiration o? his term.
JameB Drayton, charged with stealing a box
otValuaale papers frost-- Mr. Knox, Eli - Evana
with tapping Mr. Badenhop's till containing
sixty-five dollars, and Richard Smith with
sieallDg clothing from Mr. Ellie, are all like
w ?se held for examination.
TUE U EA I TH OF THE CITY.
The course o? the fever, during the week
ending at noon on Saturday, ?B full of promise.
In his daily reports the city registrar acknowl?
edges the receipt ol the following certificates
of death from yellow lever : Sunday 3. Mon?
day 4, Tuesday 1, Wednesday 3, Thursday 3,
Friday 3, Saturday 2. Total, ai, or an average
of 3 a day. Continuing our table ol com par.
ative mortality in other fever seasons.we have
the lollowlng result :
Weekending: 1534. 1S55. 1S58. 1871.
August 5. 1 1 2
August 12. 5 6 1
August 19.. 4 S 28 3
August 26. 20 7 39 6
September 2. 16 73 15
September 9 . 70 16 103 21
Total.130 4 S 350 48
September 16. 127 24 128
September 23.. 118 24 66
September 30.. 72 SJ ci
October 7. 63 23 45
October 14. 4S 24 41
October 21. 31 16 21
October 28.. 23 5 24
November 4. 8 4 12
November ll. 6 5 a^m, ..
November 18. 3 1 ..m\W ..
November 25. 6
Grand total.... 614 206 680
NOTE.-The week lu 1356, corresponding to that
ending September 9,1871, ended on September 13,
and, in 1858, on September ll.
This comparison shows that the mortality,
so far, does not exceed that of the mildest yel?
low lever season which Charleston has known,
and the cool weather justifies the expectation
that the number will steadily diminish. pr0m
noon on Friday to hoon on Saturday two
lever deaths were reported, viz: Messrs. Wig?
ger and Heuer. Sunday's report is a blank,
so that the current week makes a good be?
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, 1
CHARLESTON, September 9,1871-12 M. i
Two (2) certificates o? death lrom yellow
fever received since last report.
ROBERT LEBBT, M. D.,
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH, )
CHARLESTON, September 10,1871-12 M. )
No certificate ol' death from yellow fever
received since lust report.
ROBERT LEBBT, M. D.,
In addition to the fever deaths, Saturday's
report shows one death by drowning and one
lrom trismus nascent i um. Yesterday (with,
no deaths by fever; there were two^aths
from bilious lever, one from consumption, two
irom old age, one lrom dysentery, and two
The city is now informed, dally of the num?
ber of deaths from all diseases, and this should
be a sufficient relhtPJclon ol the alarming sto?
ries circulated by terror-stricken refugees. One
ol the interior, papers, however, elegantly
asks: Whlc'j Hes? The answer is already
Important to snippers.
An impression prevailed in this city last
week that the shippers of goods to New York
would be obliged to bear the additional ex?
pense occasioned by the necessity o? lightering
the goods up to the city from the quarantine
ground. Such however, we are glad to Bay, ls
not the case. By a letter received on Satur?
day by a prominent house here, we learn that
these expenses are all borne by the steamship
companies. The goods are landed at South
Brooklyn, and thence taken up to the city in
lighters employed by the companies. The
quarantine is expensive to the companies, but
shippers can send goods at the same prices as
belore to New York, little or no delay being
occasioned by the transfer to the lighters.
Work for the City Inspector.
The heavy rains of Friday and Saturday have
once mere made our streets a diversified land?
scape of pools and mud-banks, and promise to
give the new city inspector a fine opportunity
of displaying his energy. Several of the old
ponds lately drained by the engines have again
assumed a fishy appearance and require atten?
tion. It will not do to relinquish the advan?
tages we have already gained over malaria,
and the ponds and streets should be attended
to without delay.
LADIES" MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,-For the
month of August the receipts were : Sales?
room account, $32 10; subscriptions, $12 50.
The payments were $105. Balance on hand
ti 79. Amount of ordered work, $57 20.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4 per
thousand. Send your orders. Every merchant
and business man should have lift card printed
on his envelopes.
THE "HEATS AND THE WIND AND RAIN.-The
wintry blasts and gloomy clouds of Saturday
made outsiders feel just as if winter was com?
ing in earnest, and great coats once more were
decidedly comfortable. The thermometer be?
came an object of interest, and for the first
time in many months persons stopped to find
out how tote It had fallen. After closely scan?
ning Dr. Blackman's table, which has been re?
gularly kept for several summers past, the fol*
lowing points were made: The hottest day
known during the past summer was the 10th
of July, when the quicksilver pointed to 90 a1
8 A. M., 98 at FM, 99 at 2 P. M., 97 at C P. M.,
and when everybody went to bed under an
oven-like pressure of heat, with the thermome?
ter rangirg wildly among the 90's. Last Satur?
day, on the contrary, was the coolest day we
have experienced during the summer, the
quicksilver pointing to (?8 at 8 A. M., C9 at 12
M., 72 at 4 P. M., and 72 at 8 P. M. In the
summer of 1870 the heat was steadier than in
1871, and from the 1st of July to the 4th ol
September of that year the thermometer, with
but two exceptions, never started under 60,
and was uever above 87 at 8 o'clock A. M. The
highest point lt reached during the summer of
1870 was 95. In 1871 the heat was very irregu?
lar. Several times the quicksilver showed 90
at 8 A. M , rising frequently to between 95 and
99 In the hot hours of the day. These spells
seldom lasted more than a week, and then too
glass would sink far below the average of 1870,
as on the 19ih of August, when it pointed to 71
at 8 A. M., and to 74 during the rest o? the day.
Since the l'5th ol August, when the thermome?
ter began at 83 and then rose to 87, a gradual
and steady diminution of the heat has been
observed, until it reached the lowest point on
Friday and Saturday were colder than any
two cays in September last. As a good illus?
tration of the comparative heat, the following
may be examined :
8 A. M. 12 M. 4 P. M. 8 P. M.
1st.81 90 86 82
9th.74 81 79 76
8. A. M. 12 M. 4 P. M. 8 P. M.
18*.77 83 81 78
ttl!.68 69 72 r?
The weather is now far cooler and the fall
more advanced than in 1870.
During the rain storms which have been
passing over us of late, commencing on the
morning of the 6th instant, 4.55-100 ir ches of
water have lallen, and Saturday night alone
the fall was equal to 1.02-100 inches. On Sat?
urday the wind blew fresh from the northeast,
and averaged fourteen miles an hour during
the day. It attained its highest degree of vio?
lence at 9 o'clock P. M., when it blew twenty
miles an hcur. After II o'clock, it gradually
THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
Regalar Weekly meeting.
The regular weekly meeting of the execu?
tive committee ol the Howard Association was
held at 12 M.. Saturday, in the Market Hall^
President James H. Taylor in the chair.
Mr. J. Fraser Mathewes was elected a mem?
ber o? the executive committee, to lill a vacan?
cy in Ward 1.
Letters of application for membership, with
five dollars inclosed in each, from Messrs. J.
C. H. Ciaussen, F. E. Tayior, P. von Santen
and John Ryan, were read and the applicants
duly elected as members of the association.
The following letter was then submitted :
To the Officers and Members of the Howard As?
sociation of Charleston, S.C:
GENTLEMEN-It affords me great pleasure to
Inform you that at a meeting of the German
Freundscbaitsbund ol this city, it was
Resolved, That during the prevalence of the
yellow fever, the hall ol this society be tender?
ed to the use of your valuable association with?
J. M.* PETERSEN, Secretary.
Charleston, September 5, 1871.
The secretary of the Howard Association
was directed to acknowledge the receipt of
the above, and enclose a copy of the following
resolution, which was passed:
Resolved, That this board return their
thanks to the FreundschaftEbund for the
generous offer of their hall, and that, should
we require the use ol it, we will gladly accept
This generous offer of their hall on the part
the Freundschaftsbunu is in keeping with the
kind leeling and practical charity which the
German societies have always exhibited In
cases of emergency. After the epidemic ol
1859, and when the friends of the Howard
Association were we!! nigh exhausted by the
protracted Btruggle with the fever, the
Freundschaftsbund, in like manner, came
forward, and contributed no insignificant aid
by giving the association the benefit of a grand
concert and elocutionary exhibition at their
old hall. The German Rifle Club likewise
contributed $128 to the same good cause, and
it is pleasing now to be reminded, by good
deeds, that the Germans are just as whole
souled and generous as they were when the
community last needed their co-operation and
Hr. Robinson stated that he had a permit
irom the City Railway Company to pass the
clerk and messenge rn of the association over
the road lree of charge, which was acknowl?
edged by the committee by a vote of thanks.
The reports of the directors of the various
wards were then read, and several cases of
destitution discussed, which were In the eud
left to be acted upon by the directors of the
ward at their discretion. The reports show
that since the opening ol the office of the as?
sociation, on the 31st of August last, there had
been forty-five applications for relief, which
had been attended to by the officers of the
The donations of one hundred dollars from
General William Gurney, of five dollars from
Mrs. Hudgins, and ol five dollars from an un?
known gentleman, were considered, and the
treasurer directed, by a resolution, to return
the thanks for these and any future donations
which might be received.
The committee then adjourned to meet on
Friday next, instead of Saturday.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at TUE NEWS Job Office.
A SPLENDID SEWING MACHINE, (Florence
pattern,) is to be raffled at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar. A rare chance to get a fine machine for
a mere song. _ _ augl2
AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE FOR THE SICK
ROOM.-Every famliy should provide them
seles wllh "Ihe Union Kerosene Stove." Many
lives may be saved. The sole agents for this
city are J. B. DUVAL & SON,
sepll-mvJ No. 337 King street.
LET ALL ameliorate the dreadful effects ol
yellow fever by taking Simmons's Liver Regu?
lator. Let it be given In large doses that it
may have an immediate effect upon the liver,
and remove th? accumulative bile. It will
save from death those afflicted, and relieve
them of much suffering. eepll-mw2
TBE CHARLESTON CHARITABLE Assoc ATION.
Major J. P. Horbach, having recovered lrom
his recent illness, was out on Saturday, brim?
ming over, as usual, with life and activity.
The Association of which he is the pushing
and efficient agent will at once resume opera?
tions. We invite attention to the attractive
scheme for a Grand Single Number Raffle, the
particulars of which will be found advertised
in another column.
PLEASANT RSTREATS.-By the announcement
in another column, it will be Feen that the
Healing Springs, Bath County, Va., will be
kept open during the fall months. Visitors
who have sojourned at these springs are en?
thusiastic in their praise of the accommoda?
tions as well as the natural attractions ol the
Those who prefer a resort nearer home can
find no more delightful spot in which to spend
tbe autumn months than the Sparkling Cataw?
ba Springs, North Carolina. There they will
find no fogs or dampness, but a pure and brac?
ing mountain atmosphere always. The accom?
modations, too, are first-class in every respect.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Moses Washington and
Jonas Rivers, lodged tor fighting at the foot
of Calhoun street, were tried and the former
sentenced to pay a fine of five dollars or go to
the House ofCorrectlon for ten days. Jonas,
having drawn the knlle, was made to choose
between paying afine often dollars and spend?
ing twenty days in the same place.
G. W. Davis, reported for doing business as
a grocer, and selling liquor without a license,
was fined sixt3--five dollars and ordered to take
out a license for ten dollars, and to discontinue
the sale of liquor.
A gold breastpin, supposed to have been
stolen, was ordered to be advertised.
INVERTED ARCHES.-The massive walls of
the new Masonic Temple, on the sides front?
ing on King and Wentworth streets, are to be
reared upon Inverted arches, the wave-like
appearance of which just now attracts much
attention. The object of these is to equalize
the pressure. On the points ol the arches will
rest the columns, which will extend the whole
height ol the building. The arches as they
now appear will ol course be filled up with
the wall, but above their concavity will be the
windows. TheBe press downward with far less
weight than the solid wall between them,
which will be supported by the whole strength
o? the arches. The plan ls new, we believe,
lu these parts, but is well suited to the size
and massive style ol the temple.
Hotel Arrivals-September 9 and io.
Edwin S. Stuart, John D. Harbers,*clty; Al?
len B. Miller, Baltimore; B. Schur, W. F. Bice,
W. Gorman, J. D. Budds, Columbia; Cap?
tain M. 8. Woodhull, steamship Manhattan; J.
F. Walker, Savannah; A. Stiewel, New York;
L. A. B/ines, Waltham.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
certs, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chad?
wick, Gary & Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent
for this splendid and attractive scheme, is now
prepared to sell tickets for the same. Appli?
cations to be made to bim at the office ol Mr.
C. Clacius, corner East Bay and Central wharf.
A BOX containing one quire of Note Paper
with Envelopes to match, for 25c, at
CHAS. C. RICHTER'S,
mayl3-m Hasel street Bazaar.
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and th? country that they can buy a better
and cheaper 8ewing Machine from me than
they can elsewhere, and now is the time, and
No. 31 Queen street is the place to get a first
class Sewing Machine, either new or second?
hand; so come one, come all. and let me serve
you to a No. 1 Machine.
junlO J. L. LUNSFORD.
Oro ?0000, Ut
NOS. 244 AND 437
Invite attention to their large assortment or
REAL LLAMA LACE POINTS
Rich Black Silks
Nainsook and Moil M ns Iles.
GOODS FOR BATHING SUITS
All cf which we now offer at
A SEPARATE DEPARTMENT
CARPETS, OIL CL0TH8,
The Finest, Best and Cheapest
Stock of Goods in Town.
Sljins and f nnuatjing Moobi.
AT HEW YORK COST !
TO MARE ROOM FOR
FILL ll WINTER GOODS,
The undersigned ls now closing oat his superb
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
NOW IS THE
CHANGE FOR BARGAINS !
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
Now landing a cargo of very superior FRESH
For sale low, at
BUILDERS' DEPOT, 91 CHURCH STREET,
sep4 E. M. G RI MEE, P. 0. Box 374.
CHARJ<ESTON STEAM SAW AND
WESTEND WENTWORTH AND BEACFAIN STS.
The proprietor respectfully informs his friends
and the public that, having refitted the above
Mill with Improved Machinery, ls now prepared
to receive orders for LOMBER of all descriptions,
which will be furnished with dispatch, and at the
lowest market prices. On hand a large stock of
Seasoned, Dressed Flooring, Lining, Shelving
and Weather BOARDS. Also, SHINGLES. Plast?
ering Laths, Ac. J. H. ?5TE1NME YEK.
rp H E CELEBRATED
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
A reliable and invaluable remedy in COLIC,
CHOLERA INFANTUM, Dysentery,Diarrhoea, and
such other diseases as children are subject to
during the period of Teething.
This Cordial ls manufactured from the best
Drugs, all carefully selected, and contains no in?
jurious ingredient. No family should be without
lt. The best Physicians have recommended lt,
and Mothers may administer it with perfect con?
It contains no Opium or other Anodyne.
Manufactured by DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price 26 cents a bottle. The usual discount to
^?ron? Pri?e Hlistribntion.
INCORPORATED BY ACT OP ASSEMBLY 1870'-71, AND APPROVED MARCH 8, 1871,
SI> GI J \ J NUMBER RAFFLE!
AND DISTRIBUTION OF
FOUR BUMED AWARDS M LMTED STATES (?OLD BOIS
(NEW ISSUE) POR THE BENEFIT OF THE
WILL TAKE PLACE O V
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,1871,
AT NO. 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M., IN PUBLIC.
Full Certificate Shares $5, Halves $2 50, Quarters $1 25.
TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS ONLY!
FOUR HUNDRED AWARDS
OF UNITED STATES GOLD BOND3. (NEW IS UE.) TO BE DISTRIBUTED IMMEDIATELY UPON
THE RAFI LE TAKING PLACE.
SCHEDULE OF AWARDS.
One Award of $10,000 In Gold Bond?, ls.$10,00?
1 do Of ?2.10J In do 18.$2,500
1 do ?f 2 ooo In do ls.2,000
1 do of l.ooo in do ls. 1,000
1 do Of 500 In do 18. 600
1 do (f 600 in do ls.;. 600
1 do of 600 In do ls. 600
1 do or 250 in do ls.?. 260
1 do or 260 In do ls. 260
l de or 260 In do is. 260
1 do or 260 In do Is. 260
l do of 200 in do ls. 200
l do of 200 in do ls. s o
1 do of 200 in do ls. 200
1 do of 200 in do ls. 200
6 Awards or 100 in do are. 500
10 do or to In do are. soo
20 Awards ef one-hair each or one $60 Gold Bond, are. 600
60 Awards of one-fifth o-ich of one floo Gold Bond, H re..*.. l.ooo
loo Awards or one-tenth each or one $ioo Gold Bond, are. 1,000
200 Awards or one-t wen tie h each or one $100 Gold Bond, are. 1,000
Four Hundred Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds,
IN CONFORMITY TO| LAW
EXPLANATION OF THE DISTRIBUTION.
Numbers from l to lo.ooo (int same nnmbers being on the Certificates) are printed on separate
slips or paper, walch are each encircled In tnbes, and are all placed in a Glass Raffle Cylinder. The
foot hundred awards, in accordance with the Schedule above, are also printed on separate slips of
paper, and each ls encircled in a ?be, and all are then placed In another Glass Cylinder called the
Award Cylinder. The Cylinders are both revolved, and a number ls taken from the Cylinder of
nnmbers by a boy blindfolded, and one of the awards ls taken from the Award Cr tinder by a boy
likewise blindfolded, both of which are exhibited to the spectators, and such number wul be entitled
to the award; and this operation wi., be repeated until 400 numbers are taken from the Number
Cylinder and 400 Awards from the Award Cylinder io Buch numbers.
The Commissioners will enter down each number on their books as taken from th* Cylinder
numbers, and the awards to each as taken from the Award Cylinder.
The Raffle will take place on the day and commence at the hour named ; there wul be no post?
ponement whatever; and all the awards must be distributed.
CERTIFICATES FOR SALE AT ALL THE AGENCIES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
For Orders, address the
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
No. 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. P. HORBACH, GENERAL AGENT.
COMMISSION'ERS.FENN PECK and JAMES GILLILAND.
aepll-lmo D caw_ _
References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON, General JOHN & PRESTON, Hon. B. F. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
Governor M. L. BONHAM. ANDREW SIMONOS, Esq.. General JOHNSON UAGOOD, Hon. 0. A.
7 RENHOLM, Hon. ARM1STEAD BURT, Governor J. L. MANNING, lion. JAMES CHESNUT, Hon. J. B.
References in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT A CO., Bankers: Hon. CHARLES O'GONOR, Counsellor-at-Law; Hon. JOHN
E. WARD. Counsellor-at-Law; Lon. ROGER A. PRYOR. Coansellor-at-Law; Colonel RICHAK1) LATH?
ERS, T. A. HOYT, Esq.. President Gold Room; HUNT, TUOMP?WN A CO.. Factors; ANDERSON,
STARR A CO., Merchants; PETTUS A CO., Merchants; F. ZOGBAUM A FAIRCHILD, Merchants.
$500.000 TO BE AWARDED TO~THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
8ERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871. AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.!
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION. UNDER THE AUSPICES
of the "Sooth Carolina state Agricultural and Mechanical Society," will give a series cf concerts
ac the Academy or Music. Charleston, & C., commencing October ls:, 18*1, lor thc- pnrpoae
or raising a lund tn enable Emigrants to settle upon land* selected by tne Association for Homes
ot Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State or south Carolina, and ror their
transportation thither and suppjrt for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, ANO NO MORE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH. *
ALL THE PREMIUMS. 1NCLUDINQ DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO ACADEMY
OF ML'ilc, will be deposited with the National Bank of the Republic, New York.
#500,000 I1X GIFTS!
Ut Girt-ACADEMY CF MUSIC, Charleston, S. C., COB! to build $230,000, having an anneal
rental ot about $20,000, from Opera House, stores and Halls; the building being
about 280 reel by flo reef, and situated corner or King and Market streets, in the
centre or the city, and wei: known to be the fines: building and most valuable
property In Charleston, valued at.$330,000
id Girt-cash. ioo,ooo
8d Gift-Cash. ?5,000
4:h airt-Cash. 10,000
6th otrt-Cash. 5,000
t6 Girts-Cash-each $10CO. 95,000
25 Gifts-Cash-each $500. 13,500
360 Gifts-Cash-each $100. 35,000
360 Girts- Cash-each $60. 13,500
too Gifts-Cash-each $26. 13,500
1260 Gifts-Cash-each $10. 13,500
1404 Gifts, amounts to.s soo,ooo
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, )
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., }. CHARLESTON, B. C.
General M. W. GARY, )
AGENTS WAN TED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing:
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia.
General BBADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol New York.
A FAIR AND COMMENDABLE SCHEME 1.1
CHARLESTON. & C., May -, 18T1.
We take pleasure in certifying that we are acquainted with General M. c. BUTLER, JOHK
CHADWICK, Esq., and Genera! M. W, GARY, of the Arm or BUTLER. CHADWICK, GARY A CO., and
?now them to be gentlemen or integrity, and we regard the object they have or assisting Immigrant?
ro homes m south Carolina or great importance to the State as wen M to the immigrants, and wt
have every confidence that their enterprise will be carried out with fairness and honesty to all par?
lies concerned. . n.vWW
GEO. A. TREND OLM, J; ?*T?.B
B. H. RUTLEDGE, mcA&uS58b
JAMES CONNER. fK?V*JKfi2h*
JAMES R- PRINGLE, Q DjtSArsau^RY BUIST,
Tickets can be procured or E. SEBRING A CO., and J. L. MOsES, General Agents, No. 84 Broad
Statiion Salta-~1&i)i? Wan
Bj W? MCKAT.
mHI9 DAY, AT 10 O-CLOCR", AT No. 140
A_ Meeting street, will be sold,
Pieces CASSIMERE, Satinet, Meltons, Plaida,
Eroadclotb, Colored Alpara', Linens, Coats,
Pants, Vests, Suspender?, Handkerchiefs, Spool,
Cotton, Tooth Brushes, Ladles', Misses' and
Gent's Hose and Half Hose._sepll
Ruction Qgles-'SntnTt Want.
DAMAGED BOOTS AND SHOES, AT
on TUESDAY. September 12th, at half-past 10
o'clock, at store No. 185 Meeting street, I will sell,
In assorted lots,
Abont ten taonsand (10.C00) pair BOOTS AND
SHOES, slightly-damaged by water at late Are.
Terms positively caso._aepg
lUatrfies, Jeoelrrj, Ut.
"I^ILLIAM G. WHILDEN, AGT,
Continues the business at
Na 265 KING STREET, CORNER BEACFAIN,
And will give his personal attention to
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER ANS
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS AND FANCY GOODS.
j? A L L , BLACK & CO.
Noa 666 AND 567 BROADWAY, N. T.,
DIAMONDS AND ALL PRECIOUS STONES.
Best Quality of
ALWAYS ON HAND.
JEWELRY, WATCHES ANO
NO. 307 KING STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS NEW
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER?
WARE AND FANCY GOODS.
All the newest and most exquisite designs In
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neckend Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Battons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatur ta, Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
NO. 307 KING STBEET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE.
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS ?
Jost received, a supply or
CARBOLIC ACID, * ?
BROMO-CH LORA LUM,
CHLORIDE OF SODA Ac.
Al-o a supply of MEDICATED WILLOW CHAR
COAL, in Powder and in Pastilles, Imported from
Paris, prepared ty Dr. Belloc, and approved by
the French Academy of 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 supply is limited, at the Drag
Store of DB. H. BAER,
ang29_No. 131 Meeting street
THE NEW DISINFECTANT !
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arresta
ana prevents pntrefactlon and contagion. Pre?
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 50 cents.
C. J. LUHN,
Recommended by the New York Board or Health
as one of the best Disinfectants.
For dlslnfectlBg Privies, Vaults, Drams, Cess?
pools, Booms, Ac
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PANKNLN, Chemist,
No. 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, 8. c.
Price-FIFTY CENTS per bottle. se