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VOLUME IL~.No. SQL] CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY. AUGUST 38. 1886. PRTCE VWE GiStfTS. -
The President's Toar.
WASHINGTON, August 27.-It is understood that
-the Presidential party is to start to-morrow
tor Chicago. It will embrace some twenty-five
persons, which will be composed of Secretary
: SEWARD and several members of his family, Secre?
tary WELLS and lady, and Postmaster-General
RANDALL. The other members of the Cabinet find
it impracticable to leave. General GRANT and his
Chief of Staff, RAWLINGS, Admiral FARRAGUT, and
-General MOCULLUM and lady, Surgeon-General
BARNES and lady, will be of the party. Senator
: PATTERSON and lady, Col. W. G. MOORE, and Ooh
EOB'T. MORROW, Marshal GOODINO, L. A. GO
BRIGHT, of the Associated Press, and Mr. W. W.
WARDEN, will also, accompany the President.
Welcome to ihe President In Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, August 27.-At a meeting of the
: Merchants' Exchange, a committee was appointed
. tO?receivo and welcome the President to this oity
von his arrival. At the Oom Exchange, a resolu
- tion waB offerod to appoint a committee to co-ope
: rate with the merchants in recoiving the President,
but was defeated, receiving only four votes, while
- the n?gative was almost unanimous. Tho Jour?
neyman Tailors' Society, of this city, have resolved
'to turn out, en masse, to-morrow, to receive His
The Soldiers' Convention.
WASHINGTON, August 27.-There is the strong
- est indication that tho Convention of soldiers
. who endorse the President, to meet at Cleveland,
September 17, will prove to be a grand success.
Many prominent officers from all the States of the
North will participate. No less than seven Gene
:. r&ls from New York, in addition to those who
. originally signed the call, have requested their
: uames to be affixed to it. Among these are Gens.
EAGAN, GRAHAM, DEVAN and FERRERO. Hundreds
. of letters are received daily by the Committee
' from soldiers who endorse and | sympathize with
'Serions Accident on the New Jersey Rail?
NEW YORE, August 2WA train with petroleum,
. on the railroad, collided with another train near
; Narrowsburg, N. J. The petroleum caught fire,
and bnrnt the whole train, three dwellings, and
?'50,000 feet of lamber. Mr. WILLIAMS, while ea
- deavoring to resoue his ohildren, was fatally burn
' ed. His wife jumped from the second story, and
immediately gave birth to a ohild. LOBB of prop
< octy $80,000. *
Wreck of? BVStlih Ship.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 26.-The British ship
Ttcilight, from Hong Kong to San Francisco, has
?been wracked'hear the Island of Poohing. 148
Chinese passsagt rs, and, one European, were
?drowned. ^ -
The flag ship Hartford had arrived at Hong
Kong from Amoy and reported that the Imperial
r.ista had beaten 6500 rebels, oausing them to
. retire: . / '
Cholera In Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, August 27.-There were only ll
. deaths from oholera in this city yesterday.
Cholera In New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, August 27.-There^were twenty
*S?:? deaths from oholera in this city for the forty
? eight hours ending this, morning.
Sale ot New Cotton.
SAVANNAH, Aagaet 27.-Four bales of Cotton, of
i the new crop, which waa classed as Middling Fair,
> sold here to-day at 40 cents per pound.
New York Market.
NOON DISPATCH, i
NEW YORK, August 27.-Gold 47J. Exchange
Sj. Cotton steady at 33} to 36 oents.
The steamer Moneka, from Charleston, has
Gold 48}. United States Five-Twenties, 113};
" Seven-Thirties, 10?J. Cotton steady. Sales 2000
bales at 33} to 36 cents. Flour drooping. Sales
280 bbls. aouther? $10 to $15.75. Wheat 1 to 2o.
lower. Corn lo. lower. Oats dull. Pork firm.
Sales 4300 bbls. Mo es $32.75 to $33. Lard firm
at 18 to 21c. Bise quiet. Sugar steady. Sales
: 1000 hhds. Muscovado 9} to llj. Coffee firm.
Turpentine dull at 65 to 67. Bosin dall at $2.87
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, August 27.-Cotton unchanged.
? Sales 1250 bales ; Low Middling 33@34. Gold 44.
THE Canadians have finally recovered from their
.J aoare about the Fenians. They retain, however,
? a deep-seated conviction that an invasion will
t take plaee next month. The time fixed is the 20th
->Or 25th Of September, when a great influx of
i. (strangers will result from the holding of an
agricultural exhibition at Toronto. The Herald
says that evidences of an intended movement
- against the Provinces are not wanting on this
side of <the border either. The Fenian ordnance
stores are rapidly increasing, and money is forth?
coming liberally, den. SWEENY, this morning,
denies that he made overtures for a fusion with
the STEPHENS faotion. Mr. STEPHENS says that he
is willing and anxious to restore unity and har?
mony among the adherents of both wings. It ia
rumored that Col. ROBERTS has preferred charges,
against SWEENY for misappropriation of the
Fenian funds formerly in his possession. The
?latter isBsued an order on the 25th whioh looks
like a preparation for war. He orders the re?
organization of tho military branch of eaoh Circle,
and for that purpose he calls for the appointment
of several competent military men. About two
thousand persons attended the Fenian pio-nio at
Bellevue Garden, near New York, on the 25th.
Mr. STEPHENS delivered an address on the charac?
ter of the Irish people and the influence of the
THE prevalent reports that counterfeit five dol?
lar national bank notes are in circulation are un?
true. There are no counterfeits of this descrip?
An OW Idees. In a. Kew Dress.
To the Editor of the Daily News :
You are all looking at mapB, and building
imaginary railroads in every possible direotion.
Now I want to suggest anew what has been can?
vassed before-a due west connection with Macon.
Since the original scheme was suggested, the
Charleston and Savannah Railroad has been built,
and extbnsively destroyed and is now in bank?
ruptcy. There is to be a new company and a new
road, and I offeir a suggestion : The road is now
open to Saltkau,atchio. l?or topographical rea?
sons, renew it ho Coosawhatchio ; at that point,
iustead of goir^g south to Savannah, push oui west
to No. 5, on the Georgia Central Railroad. But
you will say, not have a road to Savannah ? Well,
some other time will do better, for this reason :
we have not enough" money for all your projected
liues, and we must find what will pay best and
bring the most trade to Charleston. Savannah is
a seaport and a rival, and the chancos aro that if
we build the old road to that city it will be against
ns, for it is so easy to forget Charleston and re?
member Savannah, when you get south of
Coosawhatohie. So we will stretch out westward
first, and get all we want, or can get, from our
sister city, by water, for the present.
Now, it is about thirty-three miles across, and
$750,000 will do the work. Charleston owns $538,
106 75-100 in the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail?
road-good paying stook-whioh contractors would
be very glad to take at par, to the extent of two
thirds of their contract; private capital will make
np the balanco. Here is a route for you into Middle
Georgia to Maoon. Take it borne with you-turn
it over-talk about it to your friends-give it a
regular shaking, and you'll find it a solid idea.
Never mind about this projected road to the right,
and that old line to the left. Some other time will
do for these. Go ahead-Westward, ho I-is tho
cry. Here is your true plan for resuscitating
Charleston. Now you have your , ticket "to Ma?
con"-work for it-vote it-press on earnestly un?
til you have built the road.
\ Now, mind you, when you go to work keep olear
of West Pointers ?nd lawyers; get an engineer
who is honest enough to tell you the truth, and
who is not interested in saw mills and railroad sup
ply shops. Elect a mau as president that can't be
cheated in iron, and who will know if a cross-t^e
is sappy or not.
You can finish: the job in twelve months, and
one year after your road is finished Charleston
?ill receive one hundred thousand bales of cotton,
whioh she can't get ?now; and your grocers, and
dry gooda and hardware, merchants will see new
ouatornera, and quadruple their business. < <> :
Will jon try and put this- through ? or will you
go down Broad street and find out what "Mrs.
Grundy" thinks about lt ? ; ?*'**
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury,
The following letter from the Secretary of the
Treasury to some Boston gentlemen, who invited
him to dinner, will be read with interest :
Although it was hoped that ere this the curren?
cy of the country would have been brought nearer
to the specie standard, I am surd that the people
hate cause for congratulation that our finances
are in so healthy a condition as they are.
Since Maroh, 1865, the war has been brought to
a successful conclusion; immense armies have
been disbanded ; every soldier has been paid be?
fore being mustered out of the service; all ma?
turing obligations of the Government have been
satisfactorily provided for, while the national
debt is nearly two hundred and fifty million dol?
lars less than it was estimated it would be at the
present time, and the reduction of it has aver?
aged for the past year more than $10,000.000 per
month. If no other nation ever rolled up a debt
so rapidly, none certainly ever commenced the re?
duction of its debt so soon after its creation. If
our ourrenoy is depreciated, we have BO far es?
caped the financial troubles that usually occur
among nations at the close of expensive wars, and
j whioh there was reason to apprehend would hap?
pen to us at the termination of the great war in
whioh we have been engaged. If the business of
the country is conducted upon a changing and un?
certain basis, it has been subject to no severe re?
vulsions If our taxes are heavy, our resources
are almost unlimited, while the disposition of the
people to bear .cheerfully their burdens is a sur
Srise even to those who have the greatest coufl
ouoe in the honor and good faith of a free peo
le. In my opinion, the people of the United
tates are to make republicanism illustrious
among the nations, by establishing the fact that
the securities of a republican government are the
safest of all securities, and that the people who
i inpose taxes upon themselves aro the most jeal?
ous of their national credit.
I do not, however, disguise the fact that great
financial difficulties are still to be overcome; that
our present prosperity is rather apparent than
real; that we are measuring values by a false
standard; that wo are, in fuct, exposed to all the
dangers whioh attend an inflated and irredeem?
able ourrenoy, whioh diminishes labor-the true
aouroe of national wealth-and stimulates specu?
lation and extravagance, which lead invariably to
tbriftlessness and demoralization. Before the
oountry becomes again really prosperous, the
specie standard must be restored, prices reduced,
industry stimulated, the products of the oountry
increased, the balance of the trade between the
United States and other nations cease to be
against us-all the great interests of the country
oared for and protectod by wise and impartial
legislation, and all sections of the country be
brought again into harmonious and praotieal re?
lations with the General Government.
That the country will be again thus really pros?
perous is as oertain as anything in. the future.
! That it should be so at an o irly day, and that,
tuo, without a financial crisis, it is only necessary
that there should be proper legislation by Con?
gress, economy in the publie expenditures, and
fidelity on the part of fhoso who are intrusted
with the management of the public revenue.
Trusting that you will pardon me for writing so
long a letter in acknowledging the receipt of your
very courteous invitation, I remain, very truly,
your obedient servant,
Messrs. WILLIAM GBAY, NATHANIEL THAXEB,
THUS. B. WALKS, ANDBEW T. HALL, and others,
A singular and perhaps fatal accident happened
at the village of Ricevillo, C. W., on the 7th inst.
As the family of Mr. Daniel Landrigan were seat?
ed around a large stove, in whioh a hot fire was
made, the floor immediately under ibo stove gave
wav, precipitating the father, mother, and three
children, together with the stove, into the cellar.
Two of the obildren-a boy twelve years of age,
and a girl of fire-were burnt and disfigured in a
shocking manner, receiving injuries whioh render
their recovery doubtful. The mother was also
badly burned and her arm fractured. The father,
who at the time held an infant in his arms, es?
caped with a alight burn of the hand, but the
obild Was much injured. '.
The first bale of this year's cotton received at
Galveston sold for forty cents, and reoeired the
premium of a silver pitoher.
SEW YORK LETTE H.
[FBOM OOR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
NEW YORK, August 23_Ever since the impor?
tant discovery was made, about three weeks ago,
th ut there was a grand collusion between the
thieves and the thief-catchers; that the largest
kind of wholesale swindling' operations were con?
stantly carried on, and that the officers of justice,
to me the language of the immortal bard, in
Julius CiP.sar, "svero taking bribes,"-a thorough
investigation has been going on, and from day to
day the most startling developments have ap?
Tho latest ease that has been rooted up and ex?
posed, iu nil its minutest ramifications, is as fol?
lows : A darkey makes his appearance at tho un?
ostentatious looking establishment of ono MARCUS
SOLOMON, and offers for salo a large lot of very
cheap-shoes; tho shoes aro bought and paid for,
but payment is made no.t to the negro, but to an
innocent looking whito man. lu a few days, "ere
yet the Bhoes were old," tho innocent looking
white man, who turnB out to be a detective, works
the thing ao neatly as to terrify Mr. SOLOMON out
of his wits, and, at tho same tim?", out of $500 as
a bribe for hushing up the matter of his having
purchased goods which he vas well aware had
been stolen*. The affair, howeyer, was not hushed
ap but for a short time, and now the entire trans?
action stands confessed in all its ugliness and ras?
cality. The detected detective finds himself placed
in a most awkward and unpleasant position.
Apropos of thieves aud tl/ief-oatohers-one of
the neatest and most daring robberies that have
ever been perpetrated has just been committed in
Brooklyn. A gentleman (?) entered a large jew?
elry establishment a few evenings, ago and re?
quested to be allowed to look at some handsome
diamond rings. A case was jaken out, containing
about twenty-four, and the gentleman was desired
to make a selection. The rings, however, pleased
bim BO much, that he could not determine on a
choice, wherefore the idea ojourred to him.that it
would be as well to take theil all, which he did in
the twinkling of an eye-fo^, 'hastily throwing a
handkerchief over the oaBe,. he more hastily still
niade his exit, taking off loth the ease and the
handkerchief, and j umping in a baggy which stood
at the door, he left for parts unknown. The dia?
mond fancier bas not yoi been arrested. The
rings are valued at four thousand dollars.
Two political gatherings were held here last
evening; both favoring and endorsing the Phila?
delphia Convention, ?nelas an adjourned meet?
ing of the soldiers'and'sailors held at Masonic
Rall, the othes the German Democratic Union
Party, held at the Germania Assembly Booms.
At both meetings President JOHNSON'S restoration
policy was warmly, nay, enthusiastically, upheld.
The bali keeps rolling beautifully, and all most
soon be well. _J?.'. ' > ' *..
j Great preparations arc b?ing made in all quar?
ters to render the coming theatrical Fattend Win?
ter seasons aa brilliant and attractive aa possible.
Stook companies, oombining 'every variety of the
best talent, are being engaged. Stars will appear
in abundance, and there will bo a gay time gene?
! The new Broadway Theatre (formerly WAL?
LACE'S) has been remodeled and refitted ,up in
ohaate and elegant style, and under Manager
WOOD is now thrown open tc the public STARE,
the tragedian, holding forth/nightly as "Cardinal
Biohelieu." This establishment DOES advertise in
the Herald, and no doubt BU others will ere long
find it to their advantage to do likewise? ?
The celebrated buffo, Sigior BONOONX, engaged
by MAX MABETZEK for th? grand Italian Opera
here, arrived yesterday ii the Persia.. Signor
KONCONI has a first-class European reputation,
and comes across the water to win golden opin?
ions from everybody here. He is accompanied by
his daughter, who will mab her deo?iat tho Win?
ter Garden, and endeavor to win some golden
opinions also for herself, al well as some green?
backs for M Alt ETZ EK.
The celebrated Amerioar trotting horse, Dexter,
who has made the best tue on record, is about
to start out on an Europan tour, to show the citi?
zens of the Old World low an American horse
can make ??B mile in theshortest possible time.
A most curiouB and asbunding case of mistaken
identity oame to light Jere a few days ago. A
gentleman who had gnwn tired of bearing the
ills that flesh is heir io, junipod overboard a
week ago in the East Uiver and succeeded in
drowning himself. Th body was fished up, and
was, by several persons identified (?) as the tene?
ment of clay once exlibited by the spirit of a
man named HARNDEN, tho hailed from Massachu?
setts. It was generali; conceded that said HARA
DKN had given up the fkost, and a telegram was
sent to his family anmunoing the fact. A reply
was, however, reoeivedatatiug that HARNDEN was
at home, not only alve, but in a remarkable
state of good health. The mystery remaina un?
The cholera is so ecentric in its movements
that there is no telling positively from day to day
whether it is abating cr increasing. Thirteen new
cases were reported ysttrday.
The WEBB sisters it the Olympio ; BRYANT at
Wallaok'a ; BROUOHAS at Winter Garden ; HAN?
LON Brothera at Wold's ; JAMES STARK at the
Broadway ;, "Ixion" at the French Theatre by
the WREN family, wlo held forth in the ex-Con?
federacy during the var.
Weather bad and ?iny. MOULTRIE.
SUDDEN DEATH.-? young man named Alonzo
Veal, who has been i citizen of Augusta for some
time, reached this dty ou Thursday, en roule for
some watering placein Alabama, where he hoped
to recuperate his diclining health. On reaching
this city he is represented to have folt unusually
well, but on Thnnday night grew suddenly ill,
when medical aid vas called to him. Ho died at
ll o'clock, in the nom of his relative, Air. B. B
Crew, who WSB unremitting in his attentions to
the young stranger.-Atlanta Intelligencer.
THE NORTH ATHNTIC TELEGRAPH PROJECT.-A
letter from Copeutaiion contaius the follow nj:
"Notwithstanding toe success in laying the Trans?
atlantic cable between Ireland and America, the
project of uniting the WoBtorn Continent with
Europe by the Faro Isles and Greenland ha? not
been abandoned. One of the directors of the
English company which has obtained the conces?
sion is at present in this city to settle the final
details with this Government."
Outrages by Negroes In Prince George
^[From the Petersburg Exprest, August 28.]
In the Express of yesterday we Rave full par?
ticulars of a gross outrage perpetrated by armed
negroes on Monday night, at the residence of Dr.
A. R 8hands, in Prince George County. Four of
the negro desperadoes of the county approached
the Doctor's house about 12 o'olook on the above
night, threw bricks against th? door so as to
alarm and call out tho inmates, and when they
appeared fired upon them with thoir muskets.
Dr. Shantis was absent, and also Mr. E. W. Libby,
who cultivates the farm on shares.
Mr. Libby roturned on Tuesday, and suspecting
that tho negro fiends, as they had met with no
r'opulse or interference on Monday night, and at
tho same time had failed to accomplish their
object, would come again on ihe following night,
armed himself and tho three colored carpenters
on tho place, and all concealed themselves behind
a pile of ties, near the City Point Railroad, to
watch for them. About li o'clock, four men
three negrota and one white man-came up the
road from the direction of City Point and turned
off directly opposite Dr. Shana's house. Two of
the party had muskets and the other side-arms.
They kept the wagon road a few yards, and then
turned inio the oorn-fleld-making directly for
Mr. Libby and his party were close enough to
shoot the fellows when they passed them on the
road, but they did not feel justified in adopting
this plan, and preferred to await developments.
They therefore followed the marauders at a con?
venient distance io watch their movements. The
latter approached close to the house, and one of
them fired his musket at the building, the ball
passing through and through the walls at a dis?
tance of about three inches above the floor, im?
mediately on the line of the beds of those who
usually occupied the apartment. Fortunately, no
one was there at the time, they being out in pur?
suit of the thi voa. As soon as this musket.was
fired, Mr. Libby and the carpenters opened upon
thu party, and so took them by surprise as to put
them to flight. They fled through the corn-field,
with Mr. Libby in pursuit, firing ss he ran. They
were sometimes within thirty or forty feet of the
assassins, but owing to the excitement of the
chase, the darkness of the night, and the conse?
quent unreadiness of their aim, it is feared that
uone of the party were hit! The chase was con-,
tinutd for over half a mile, before it was given up.'
The colored carpenters with Mr. Libby behaved I
with much gallan try, and-were very energetio in
THE PEACE PBOSPEOT IN ?UBOPE.-A distinguish?
ed American, who has resided for several years
in Europe, and who has had the best opportunity
for estimating the political situation, says, in a.
private note addressed to a correspondent here
"We have peace-for a time. No one believes
it'to be lasting. The results of the Prussian or?
ganization and armament hare been so astound?
ing that tiereis nd disposition to dispute her
successes and her terms so long as there is in?
feriority in arma on the part of those who must
be opposed to her aggrandizement. Italy, too,
must be detached from her alliance before France
says her last word in this business; These are
times of anxiety for little States and Prin'eee. ?
"The governing aristooratio olasaae-the be-it so?
ciety-have been naturally Austrian in the late
war. They were jealous for their privileges, caste
abd all that; but you see the direction the masses
have taken and the results. The great questions
of nationalities, of popular r ghta and divine
rights, are not yet eettied. Wo shall have a
breathing spell for a while-unless internal diffi?
culties in Austria or Turkey light the fires of an?
other and more wide-spread conflagration-but I
don't think for long, naen a general war comes,
or when France and Prussia get to fighting; Bel?
gium will bein peril. You will not, however, see
repeated in that little country the scenes in tbs
German Principalities, where the Princes scam?
pered r-ff with the full assent of their people. Ant?
werp ie now the most intrenched camp in Europe,
and the army will be able there to defend their
flag and government for a time against great
odds." _? _
YntoiNiA ENTEBPBISE.-$1,000,000 have been sub?
scribed for the construction of a> railroad from
Biohmond to Newport News; distance seventy
miles. E. C. Hambin, of Cincinnati, is President
or the company, and the work will commence on
the 25th inst. There are said to be thirty feet of
water at the Newport terminus, affording a very
favorable site for a city. The expectation of the
projectors of the work is, that Newport News will
become the great shipping point of Virginia,
and that the back country will find its outlet I
through Virginia as soon as the proper lineB of |
transit are opened.
TUPPER & LANE,
IN PLANTERS' dsAfECHANIOS' BANK BUILDING.
I No. 133 East Bay-street,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS |
COMPANIES of the highest responsibility, with Cash
Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK,
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHA?TAN IN8URAN0E CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK,
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YOBS
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BENEFIT LIFE
INSURANCE CO., OF NK W YORK.
SOUTHERN ACCIDENT INSURANCE OOMPANY, O?
FIRE, MARINE and LIFE RISKS taken as low as any
reliable Company, and Losses promptly paid at this
A. A. LANE.?....BAM'LY. TUPPER.
June 26 _tiith82ujo?
A Broken Down System.
There is a disease to which the doctors give many
names, but which lew of them understand. It is simply
weakness-a breaking down of the vital forces. What?
ever its causos (and they are innumerable), its symp?
toms are in the main the same. Among the most prom?
inent aro extreme lassitude, loss of appetite, loss of
flesh, aud great mental depression. Indigestion and a
Stomach Cough are also frequently concomitants of this
distressing state of body and of mind. The common
remark in relation to persons in such a condition is,
that they are consumptive. Now, what these unfortu?
nates really want is vigor-vital strength; and as certain-1
ly as dawn succeeds darkuess, they can recuperate their
systems and regain perfect health by resorting to HOS
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS. It |
is as cloar that a lite-reviving Tonic is required in such
cases as that tho dying flame of an empty lamp requires
to be revived with a new supply of oil. Perfeotly pure
and Innocuous, containing nothing but the most genial
vegetable extracts, and combining the three grand ele*
ments of a stomachic, an alterative, and a genial invigo
rant, H Od TETTER'S BITTERN are suitable to all con?
stitutions, and. are as applicable to the diseases and L
disauiiitles of the feebler sex as to those of men.
August 27 6
On the evening of 21st Instant by the Ber. * Tr
WrimLSBV Mr. JAMES ALLEN, of Florence, 8. O.,to .
JULlAA.ythird daughter of the late J. T. MAEBH?X? ,.,
ofthlaclty;. - ..Augart!? ,
jt^The Friendo and Acquaintance* bf BOrV
JOSEPH PATTAN?, and of his nephew, Mr. BAWitBTA '
PATTANI, are respe o ti ally Invited to attend the Fjoriersl [
Service ol the formmy at St, Mary's Ohuro^,. Hateli
street, This Morning, at.Ten o'clock A. M. ? ,
Angtist 28 ' , ? ' * '.
ffg- The Relatives ?nd Friends of Mr, i;
md Mrs. EDWARD H. GADSDEN are respectfully invited
to attend the Funeral of their daughter, M ABY HAMIL- i
TON, at their residence, St. Philips street, at BaU-pa^ '
Threeo'clock2JM?Afternoon. * V ',,-'
August 28 . , . . * ' M
DIED, at South Island, on the 9th Auguflt, 186?, after
a lona and painful illness, MARY ASHE DEAS, wife of '
Dr. 8KAMANDEA8, and daughter of the laie WILLIAM A.
ALSTON, of ''Ruse Hill," WaccamaW.
"Ob, gone forever; take this long adieu,
And sleep in peace."
JUSTNOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT .
the next Regaler Session of the Legislature an applloa
tionwill be mado'for a renewal of the Charter of the
CHARLESTON FIRE COMPANY OF ?XEM?N.
E. D. ENSTON,
President Charleston Fire Company of Axemen, ? -,
August 28_' lamoSmo Vi
MW NOTICE.- CONSIGNEES PER STEAM-,.
SHIP FLAMBEAU are hereby notified that she is TM? >,!
Day discharging cargo at North Atlantic Wharf. AB i f
doods remaining on the Wharf at sunset will be'stOred .";
st expense and risk of owners. /'!'!.".
A. GETTY * CO.,
',-! Managing Owners and Agents.
Ail Freight amounting to fifteen (SIS) dollars, or lees, '
must be paid on tine Wharf before delivery of Goods. ' '
Aygnst 27 , ? 2, '
MW AT THE NEXT SESSION OF THE LEGIS- /
L ATURE application, will be made for Charter YOUNG
?MER?OA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY. - ,
August 27 , . . .. , 8 j, ?
>0Sr LADIES, IF YOU WANT YO OB BOOTS :.
REPAIRED nicely and cheap, go to
'./-'< BLLSWPBXB'fl, ? /, .,
Angnst 9 8Q No. 894 King-street I /
xa* GENTS, IF iou WANT YOUR, BOOX^1^
BEPAIBED AND u" ADE GOOD AS NEW, chesp, go to-'.,,!,
/ ELLSWORTH'S, -j i
Angnst 0 ?_80 No. 894 Bing-ttreeV >
MW NtfMOE.-THE OH ABLESTON BOARD '
3F TRADE will, at the next session of the Legislators' <
rf tho ?ta to of Soo th Carolina, apply for ail Aol of In- ' ' !
jorp?ra?on. ,. , . ;.' WttLUM fl. HASTIE, . : i
Aagn?tl8 - 12 Preiiaeat,,.
?rNOTIOE.--I, RACHAEL A. PRUSNEB, OP '
HABLE3TON, ?ito of WILLIAM PRUSNEB, Police
An, do hereby give notice that I will become a Fre?'
?feilet in one month from thia date. .'?;.. ,.?"-.'.
August21_ -.. / ?hil*- '.'I! i
?tar N?TIG E.-ALL PERSONS H?Vx??
Mmt against the late THOMAS fi. BENNETT are re-\
lt Bated to present them properly attested, and all per? ,
ions Indebted to the Mme will mike payment to <
UciOBADY & SON, Attorneys at Law, No. 09 Broad
itreet.,; E.,H. BENNETT, Ex. .'.
Angnst 16 th*itn9 ,
*T NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP?
PLICATION wlU be made at the next sealion of th*
[legislature for an Act of Incorporation of the Waahing
?n Light Infantry Charitable Association.
J. L. HONOUR,
July 28 lamoflmo SeoreUry and Tr ea? ur ar.
MW SEALED PROPOSALS FOB PUTTING IN
rHOBOUGH REPAIR AND PAINTING "THE HE?
BREW ORPHAN SOCIETY HALL" AND OUTBUILD?
INGS, will be received by the undersigned until Tues
iay, September 4th, at 12 o'olook.
Applicants are required to give specification of th?
work to be done, A. FALK,
Chairman Hall Commis?ioners. ;
? August 18_ltn8
MW SPECIAL NOTI?E.-W. S. 0." CLUB
HOUSE GIN.-Pure, soit, and' unequalled. We
place this celobrated brand of Gin before the pub
lio as a pure, unadulterated article, that only re?
quires to be known to be appreciated. Medical men ol
the highest standing acknowl .?o that it has great!
medical properties, and to those who use it medicinally
lt ia particularly recommended. WM. S. CORWIN ti
CO., No. 900 Broadwuy, N. Y., Sole importers. For
sale at E. E. BEDFORD'S, Ho. 259 Ring street, Charles
MW SOUTH CAROLINA, CHAR!?ESTON DIS?
TRIOT.-IN. CHANCERY.-JULIUS > LUCAS **. jrj
FORD PRIOLEAU, R. M. SELBY AND B. M. SELBY.
BILL FOR FORECLOSURE-It appearing to my satis?
faction that BENJAMIN M. SELBY, one of the defend?
ants in this cause, ls absent from and r -sides beyond
the limits of this State, so that the ordinary process of
the Court cannot be served on him, on motion of
MACBETH & BUIST, Complainant's Solicitors, Ordered
that the said defendant, BENJAMIN M. BILBY, do appear
and plead, answer or demur to this bill within tiree
months from the publication of this order, or an Older
pro confesso will be granted and entered against him.
JAS. L. GANTT,
Register in Equity, Charleston Dist riot.
July 28_' lamoSmo
MW HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAXB
RENEWER RENEWS THE HAIR,
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN BATO BE*
Restores gray hair to the original ouior.
HALL:S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB RE?
Prevents the hair from falling o??.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB BE?
NEWEB ' .
Makes the hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB RE?
Does not stain the aMn.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB BE- *
Qos proved f.tself the best preparation for the hair ever
l; , panted to tho public. Price $1.
For sale by all druggists, Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
March 13 tolyr* Charleston.
THE IEAHTERN SO. CA. JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING III
the town ol Bennett*ville, ti. c., bv W. V. E. HHS
DEB HON. Proprietor.
Tern?. -i'bree dollars pee annomln adVanosit er ant?
i?ti&M lai ceo:ople3? Marita