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THE DAILY NEWS.
US' LAH O EST CIRCT/LATIOM.-THE DAILY
-NEWS BEING THE"NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
; RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CTR
ICULATIOK IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
: PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LEITERS REMAIN.
. INO IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
-EACH WEEK, ACCORDING 'TO" THE PROVIS
iIO>S OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
R- & A. P. CAINWILL will sall kt three-qunrter?
fP?t 9 o'clock, before tbeir store, No. - East Bay,
: ? vea ty-? ve barrels family nour and a line of groce?
ries, j . '-,
Bo WEBS 4: SXLCOX win sell at 10 o'clock, at honse
.Ko. 21 Inspection-street, sundry lots furniture.
LOUTS D. DESAUSSTTRE will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Old Postoffice, a lot of land with the buildings there
MILES DJUEE will sell at 10 o'clock, at bia store,
. comer King and Liberty streets, clothing, dry goods,
j. A. EKSLOW k Co. will sen atlO o'clock, in front
. of their store, No. Ul East Day, bacon, molasses,
T. M. CATEE will sell at thTee-ouarters past 9
? O'clock, on Brown's wharf, butter, crockery, ic.
G. W. STEFFELS sc Co. wiB seU at half-past 9
o'clock, in fron: of their store, No. 30 Vendue Range,
. bacon strips, pigs* feet, 4c.
LACEE! & ALXXAXDEB win sen at 10 o'clock, at
.their store, No. 187 East Bay, hams, tobacco, Ac.
JOES G. MTLSOB & Co. win sell at 10 o'clock, at
-their salesroom, Ko. 135 Meeting-street, canton mat
. ting, dry gooda kc
MrxLiOAH st Sox wfll sen at 10 o'clock, at their
. store. No. 22 Vendue Banse, furniture of a family.
JFJTCBDS A CO. win sell at half-past 9 o'clock, in
-.front of their store, Ka' - Vendue Range. Mcon,
Htm COOTA k Co. win seQ at half-past 9 o'clock,
In front of their store, Ko. - Vendue Range, sugar
.cured hams, Ac.
THE JrvEKixs PICNIC noticed in yesterday's
i issue has been postponed to the 2Stb inst., not 11th,
?as stated. * ? ' _
Cm TAXES.-Tax-payers who have neglect
ei to settle their indebtedness to the city aro warned
.that lists are being made out and their names will
be published at an early day.
MUSICAL.-The Poet Sand gave another of
.their musical entertainments at the Chariest m H??
rtel last night The lobbies and rotunda were crowd?
ed, and the opposite sidewalk was lined with dusky
listeners. . ^_
L NOVEL ENTERTAOTMEST.-By an advertise?
ment in another coraron lt wfll be seen that a lecture
will be deflvered at the Milla House to-morrow night
by fae Kev. G. W. Connor, of Orangeburg. The
lecturer ls known in Charlestoi a* a gentleman of
.talent and cuitare, and his lecture wffl, doubtless, be
both amusing and instructif e. '
* ALMOST AR ACCIDENT.-While car No. 4 of
the King-street Uno wat leaving the Battery yester?
day, the horse slipped and fett, and before the brakes
-could be apr Bed the car had rolled upon bim, cut
" ting and bruiting him about the back and legs. The
" 'horse was ten tr to the atable, rnftnnary, and after a
' alight detention the ctr proceeded on Its route.
HOTEL A SRI VA LS-MOOTAI, Jone 8.
iCharluUm Hetti.-"P. Batta, Philadelphia; James T.
Mc Caa, wife and servant, Mobile, Ala.; K. B. Clark
. son. Manning, S.C.
Pavilion Hotel.-e.w. Stflcs, Cir/; Joseph Mid.
.dleton, Philadelphia; E. H. Gssque, Leesville, S. C.;
. .Henry Tucker, McClenanvflle, & C.
ORGANIZE.-We earnestly recommend to all
the wards to organize Conservativo Crabe at once,
upon the basil-of Wardt? and 8. The days of car.
.pet-baggers are played out It ls high time that td
th? wards should at once meet and organise, and
- convince the colored people tatt their only hope la to
go with the people with whom they were raised.
It win also be watt to hold t meeting ts soon at
: posa thia, af the. Central Committee, consisting of the
- delegatlcmr from each ward, appointed before the
-postponement cf tho election?. A preliminary meet?
ing of this committee wsB held on the day that Gen?
iert! Cannya order of postponement was Issued.
ARRIVAL or . JJOCGRANTS-THE STEAMSHIP
. MABTLAKD.- This beautiful vessel reached her berth
. at Druon Wharf at ta early hour yesterday morning
from Baltimore, bringing twenty-eight passengers,
-. ajaong whom we noticed a number of families -from
.the Fatherland (twenty-three persons in all), who
btv? come to make homes in old Carotina. It lt to
.us a very great gratification to extend a welcome to
- these descendants of the great Harman. We have
lands, Heidt ot nie fumes?, -and a welcome for thou
: sands morel "Let them come," is on every Ctro
. liniia'? Ups.
Tha "Maryland" bring? t fun cargo, including
stevertl hundred packages of freight tram Philadel
. phis, on the through ral' s recently e-tablished, and
it, fall ergo i* now waiting for her outward. Every
? omen lt auspicious for the Baltimore Une. '.
A PLEASANT 8CMMEB RETREAT-There are
few of our suburban retreats that are more inviting
than th? little village of Summerville. Situated on
-.a pine nape, with th abundance of pure water and
- with a climate ibxalar to that of Aiken, it offert rare
: inducements for persons weary of thc noise and
'.bustle of the dusty streets. We are pleased to see
' .that Major J. P. Horbach, the energetic proprietor of
'the Charleston Hotel, baa determined to open a
?branch hotel at Summerville, "and furnish that burg
-.with a place of entertainment for man and beast.
" Brown's Hotel, the popular caravansary of Summer
?ville, is to be completely metamorphosed, and the
-Summervfllana wttl open their eyes in astonishment
j at the change? proposed. The house win be refitted
-and the grounds wttl be furnished with t bowling
- alley, swings and other appliances to kiU the leaden
/ hours. In a word, it wfll be t summer retreat where
> sickn&u ls unknown, and where strangers ctn feel se
-..cure from all alarms of yellow fever. The hotel will
? be opened for the reception of guests on July 1st.
Azo TOB THE GREENVILLE SEMINARY.-On
. Friday last, at the meeting of the Baptist General
Association of Virginia, at Alexandria, on motion of
-the Rev. Dr. John A. Broaddus, one of the profes
U tors of thc Greenville Seminary, the Bev. Dr. Fur.
man addressed the association in advocacy of the
- claims of that institution.
The Rev. Dr. John A Broaddus then spoke upon
the tame subject, and made a strong appeal for as
. sistance to the seminary, of which he 1B a distin*
. gui shed professor.
Revs. E. J. Wfllis, A M. Poindexter, Dra. Jeter and
Sampson, and lay delegate 0. D. Everett, each, in a
few remarks, urged that the desired lid be afforded,
and on t can for names those of eight persons wera
: handed in, each of whom assumed the responsibility
-of a bond for $500, payable in five yearly instal?
ments. During Dr. Jeter's remarks, he said that
his policy with reference to the Greenville Seminary
wes to "stick."
A collection was taken np-the baskets being
.handed around by tho Bev. Dre. Manly and Broad?
dus-to pay arrearages due by the Greenvale Theo*
THE DEVIL FISH, SO-CALLED.-The marine
monster, whose capture waa. reported a few da; a
?ince, ha? no claim to his satanic title. He has been
-subjected to a identifie examination by Professor F.
. 8. Hohnes, and it found to belong to the genus pop?
ularly known as the sting-ray, sea-ray, coach whip,
. eagle-ray and clam-cracker, the devil fish bein j re?
motely connected with the family, probably about a
fortieth couran. The individual in question is t gen
. nine clam-cracker and ls not tn uncommon visitor in
these waters, several having been found in our har
. bor. Hit Brien Uno name is a jawbreaker, and it
-would take two long breaths* to pronounce it cor?
rectly. In topearan oe he is "spotted like a
pard." with a head like a bird, a sharp beak, and
teeth on the roof of the mouth and tongue. His tail I ^
ls long and rat-like, with a sting at the extremity,
which inflicts an ugly wound. The specimen cap?
tured measured four feet from the nose to the tail,
?nd five feet two Inches from wing to wing. As tho
name indicates, lt? genus live on clams and sheU
fish, which they burrow for with their sharp bony
heads, and crack with their powerful jaws. Their
fondness for roch food induces them to keep near
the bottom, and they are therefore seldom captured.
They frequently attain a great size, ind have been
known to weigh five hundred pounds. Few persons
except those who are akin to the "ancient mariner"
know anything of the inhabitants of old ocean, and
the land lubbers who are fond of the curious should
.pty the monster a visit
THE EIGHTH WONDER or THE WOBLD-Axis
NEW O BLEAKS Catena._The circus bas come, hi
been seen, and has conquered. As the long proce
sion filed through the streets yesterday raornhn
the men ran, the women stared, the childre
laugb?i. It was the old rhyme:
Hark! hark! the dogs do-bark,
The circus is coming to town !
There were noble knights and prancing horse;
much music and festive maidens. Then came tt
triumphal car, upon which, in all the glory of scat
let, gold, and a big umbrella, sate the fearless Eugi
nie-two roaring hons crouching atier feet It wa
awful fun. Just about the rime the breath came bael
Herr Lengel rode up on bis particular car. At hi
feet was a royal Bengal tiger, which looked with s
much ferocity at a fleshy little darkie who stood 1
front of the Express office, that the child ran rapidl
into the middle of next week, and has not yet bee:
found by his distressed maternal parent. In the rea
of the procession, which stretched from the Cit,
Hall to Society-street, were the panthers, the bear;
the monkeys, the trick ponies, the b'son, nnd th
elephant with his trunk. But above ad, the famou
clown distinguished himself- As he rode in his low
backed car he was followed by at least two hundret
plain and colored urchins who listened to his won
drous eloquence and cheered like winking. But
alas! he is but mortal. He halted his chariot at thi
Charleston Hotel-and smiled.
Last night the treat tent was packed, jammed
crowded, piled up full. The circus riding was re
markably good, the "elevated bar" was a capita
exercise for warm weather, and the equestrienne- wer?
as graceful as a dream and as bold as Timour, tht
Tartar. The " Empte? " Eugenie displayed hei
complete control over the hons, and Herr Lengel ex
posed himself to the danger of being made into an
instantaneous hash with a gusto that was keenlj
relished by the audience. The performance for to
day is double ditto in morning and afternoon. Per
sons who object to the immorality of tights, saw-dust,
and a life in the ring, can go to the arena to-day and
only see the strictly moral show of the wild beast?
and reptiles.?.The doors open at half-past one.
UiOTED STA: E3 CotTBT, JUNE 8-Ho?. GEO.
S. BEVAN, PEXSTDTSO.-The following petitions for
final discharge were read by the respective counsel,
and, on their motion, was referred to B. B. Carpen?
ter, Esq., Begistrar :
S. Sampson and Joseph Sampson, of Georgetown,
bankrupts. B. Dozier, Esq., solicitor. Final hear?
ing ordered July 7.
Charles M. Hunt, Robert L. Christna and James
E. Rembert, of Sum L r, bankrupts. Moses k Moise,
solicitor?. Final hearing July 9.
Ex parte Samuel F. Flowers, of Sumter. Petition
for final discharge. Moses k Moise, solicitors. Be
ferred to the Clerk of the Court to file petition.
Ex parte 0. T. Mason, in re.-Wm. Jas. Dargan. Pe?
tition to set np a lien. Blanding k Richardson, soli
:itors. On their motion the case was referred to B.
B. Carpenter, Esq.
In re. Wm. Jas. Dargan, ex parte Hugh McGregor.
Petition for payment of fonds in hands of assignee.
Blanding k Richards on, Solicitors. Referred to B. B.
Ex parte Jas. G. Gibbs,-io re. J. Warren Kelson,
i etition to set Up lien. Referred to B. B. Carpen
The appointment of James A. Blood as assignee In
he cases of Henry S. Kerr and James M. Vandiver
vas made by Henry Summer and confirmed by the ,
Ex parte Lucas Simons, in re. Isaac Klein. Peri
Ira to require Marshal to deliver to assignee certain
iroperty in his possession. Brewster k Spratt, so
Idtors. Referred to R. B. Carpenter.
The following petitions for final discharge from
tankruptcy were read, and the report of B. B. Car
tenter, Esq., was adopted: Adolphus F. Eut j es, Jno.
L Jungbluth and Wm. B. Cutter.
Ex parte J. k F. Dawson and W. E M i kell, in re.
leo. McDuffle StoQ. Petition to declare debtor an
nvoluntary bankrupt M. P. O'Connor and T. T.
huons. It was ordered that the debtor should show
ause, on thc 22d June, why the petition should not
|/n the Circuit Court-On motion of Messrs. Simons
: Simons. F. G. Behre and C. G. Henderson were
dmltted to practice In the United States Courts for
The case of Caroline Carson vs. Boberston, Bau,
t al, was continued to the hour of adjournment
Tho Juries were dismissed to Thursday, the 13th
THE CHARLESTON LXDEABT SOCTETY.- This
ociety ls one of the oldest in the Union, and owed
s origin to seventeen young gentlemen, who, in the
sar 1718, formed an association for the purpose of
i hung a fund to "collect such new pamphlets" as
lould be published in Great Britain. As the so?
oty grew in prosperity, the views of the members
?came more extensive, and after several efforts a
tarter was obtained from the General Assembly on
ie 24th of June, 1765. The funds of the society
ere invested In bonds, and many donations of
louey and books were received. On the 1st Jan
iry, 1778, the fund? amounted to $20,000, and the
brary contained between five and six thousand vob
mes. On tho 15 th January, 1778. the library was
estroy'jd by fire, only one hundred and eighty-five
Mks being saved besides about two-thirds of the
xKoasie donation, which was designed for a college
The Revolutionary war, and the subsequent occu
Ulon of the city by the British, prevented any re
rganization' until tho close ot hostilities. At that
me the society was in a ruined condition, its mern
era were scattered, and ita funds destroyed. Not
lthBtandlog these drawbacks, the few lemaining
i embers wem called together and officers ohosen.
n a catalogue dated November 3d, 1790, there are '
ie names of but three hundred and forty-two vol?
utes, and the McKenzie collection of four hundred
ad three volume?. From the year 1792, the la
?ase of the Library was regular, and the number
f books was so augmented that In 1828 the colle:
on numbered about twelve thousand volume*,
uring this period the location of the Library
as frequently chuged, and it is interesting
) notice the various movements, and trace its
regress. It waa first kept at the house or store of
ir. Jno. Sinclair, the first librarian. Mr. Will Hen
erson, his successor, also kept it athis house. Mr.
'm. Carwethen, in 1756, kept it at hs residence in
Uiott-street, "as a central point of town very con
soient to members." From 1765 to 1778 it was kept
i Kinloch Court, when the fire compelled a removal.
11784 it was kept in the Exchange, and after several
banges to different houses in Broad-street, it was,
o November, 1792, placed in the upper story of the *
mrthouse, where it remained until 1836, when the
ociety having purchased the old bank of South Ca?
thua, at the corner of Broad and Church-streets,
ie Library was removed to that building, Its prea?
Until the late war the current of the Charleston
[brary flowed, smoothly onward. The commenoc
lent of hostilities, and the probabilities of an attack
son the city, induced the society to remove the
cst valuable portion of tho books to Columbia tor
ie keeping, Two Eeparate shipments were made, ?
id the books being deposited in the college build
ig, fortunately escaped both the flames and Sher
an's bummers. The remainder of the books, about
mr thousand in number, mostly odd volumes, but
eluding a valuable collect'on of law books, were
moved to the Cb ajee tori College Library Building,
here the library was kept open for the use of the
?ciety, until October, 18 '4, when it was closed, and
as not reopened until October, 1866, when the
resent incumbent, Mr. William G. Mazyck, son or
is predecessor, was appointed librarian. But Utile "
lange has taken place in the library for many years
ist with the exception of a new and beautiful ar?
ia gement of the books, made in 1853 and'54 by
wfessor F. A. Porcher, which, however, was so
impletely destroyed by the removal of the books
id their return to the city-many of the labels de- "
gusting the positions having beon rubbed off in the
>urse of transportation-as to render another das
Qcation necessary. This has been accomplished by
ie present librarian, and the books, about thirty
ro thousand in number, are now, with very few em?
ptions, thoroughly arranged upon the best plan 43
insistent with the present system of shelving. *j
There are few collections of books that present a jg
?eater array of literary curiosities, or offer a mere 45
viting field for the antiquarian and bibliopole, than
ie Charleston Library. It would be impossible to
lumera te its list of treasures, but it contains not
ily rare printed books, but many illuminated manu- ?
ripts. Among the modern works is a splendid col
ction of colored engravings by Audubon, besides a
unber of valuable works on every conceivable e ?b?
et. The Society to-day will celebrate its one bun
ed ant twentieth anniversary, and though some- jg
is* shattered by adversity, lt is in a green old age, tot
id will soon restore the losses caused by the war. 1
THE CHAS LISTON HOTEL BILLIARD' KOO IT
A new billiard saloon, with tbs above designation,
will be opened in a day or two above Adams' Ex
press office, in Meeting-street, and opposite the
Charleston Hotel. Every effort has been made to
beautify and utilize the large upper room, and the
result is a splendid billiard saloon, with every appli
mee essential to the game. The management will
be identical with that of the Adger room, corner of
Sing and Market streets, which establishment is now
:losed, and its many interesting associations trans?
ferred to the newroom in Meeting-street A bar,
prodigally supplied with the choicest liquors, will
institute a prominent feature ot the arrangements,
ind the pleasure and comfort of visitors have been
:onBUlted in every possible manner. That the now
istabllshment will form the centre ot billiard interest
n this city we feel assured, and we bespeak for the
mterprising proprietor such liberal patronage as
viii guarantee him entire satisfaction.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
tc; or Miller'? Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Books bound in any style, or Account
3ooks made to order, with any desired pattern of
'ding, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 69 Broad
Rrnnrm CLOTHING.-Mr. William Matthies
len, whose clothing establishment at the corner of ]
ring and Wentworth streets, under the superln
endence of Captain McTureous, ls one of the best
mown in the city, advertises this morning a new and
arge stock of every description of clothing and gen
lemen's furnishing goods. Clothing made to order.
?rices fixed and marked on each article. Call and
nspect his stock. See advertisement.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.-By his advertise-;
neut of this morning it will be seen that Wm,
lars cher has for sale at No. 78 East Bay, mackerel,
yrups, sugar, coffee, ?nd all groceries, as well as
tails, powder, shot, bac: n and hams at low prices.
CHOICE OSEEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
ter pound, st Wilson's grocery, northwest corner
iociety and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
MEBSBS. STOLL, WEBB ft Co. are now re
eiving large invoices of cheap goods by every
teamer, and have opened this day a large lot of le
ios and grenadines at 25c-good styles and colors,
'croons wishing to purchase cheap dress goods will
ind a large assortment at their establishment, Nos.
?7 and 289 King-street [Advt]
BONDS AND COUPONS
2TATE SOUTH CAROLINA OLD BONDS
j Memphis and Ohio Railroad Ten per cent
Memphis ?nd Ohio Railroad Six per cent Bonds
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Bonds, State
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds, State
State Georgia Coupons
City of Memphis Coupons
City of Columbia Coupons
City of Charleston Six per cent. Stock.
Apply to CONNER & WILSON,
June?_ratha_No. 5 Broad-street
DRAFTS ON IRELAND.
DRAFTS ON PROVINCIAL BANE, DUBLIN,
AND BRANCHES, in sams of ?1 and up?
DRAFTS OS ENGLAND.
DRAFTs ON UNION BANE, LONDON, in sums of J
1 and upwards.
DRAFTS ON PARIS.
DRAFTS ON PARIS, in sums of FIFTY FRANCS
id upwards. I ?
DRAFTS ON BERLIN.
DRAFTS ON BERLIN, in sums of TEN THA- ' F
ERS and upwards.
For sale by CONNER 4 WILSON,
June 9 tnthsG No. 6 Broad-street
Progs, Cl)tmif?l5, Cir.
10ST A K'S PREPARATIONS,
J EVERYBODY-Tries them!
EVERYBODY-Uses them !
EVERYBODY-Believes in them 1
For Rats, Roaches, Ants, Arc
JOSTAR'S" BED-BUG EXTER.
A Liquid-E?ls- "Sure thing.'
JOSTAR'S" INSECT POWDER.
For Fleas, Moths, Insects, 4c.
308TAR'S" CORN SOLVENT.
For Corns, Bunions, kc.
:OSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE.
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, 4c
:OSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS.
(Sugar Coated) Dinner Pill.
JOSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY.
For Coughs, Colds, 4c
AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS.
Beautifies the Complexion.
Makes the Skin fresh and fair.
rill Beware III of all Worthless Imitations.
rNone Genuine without "COSTAB'S" Signature,
r 25c and 50c. sizes kept by ali DRUGGISTS,
r $1 sizes sent by mail on recap: of price
f $2 pays for any three $1 sizes by Express,
r $5 pays for eight $1 sizes by Express.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 612 BROADWAY, N. Y.
?* For sale by
DOWIE & MOISE, and
GOODRICH, U IX En AN & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
P And at Wholesale in all the Cities and larg
ms in the U. S.
lay 2 n A c Cmos
Cloding ait? /nrntfil)tng ?urjus.
4 : . *p
Bio. 891 KIN G.STREET,
. COHNER OF WENTWORTH.
A large and well selected Stock of
FINS AND MEDIUM'QUALITIES
(PRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
For Men, Youths and Boys,
s offered at LOW PBICES, to which the attention
of buyers ia directed.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
SILE, COTTON, LISLE THREAD AND GAUZE
1ERIN0 UNDER SHIRTS
JEAN DBA WEBS, of superior make
ALL VARIETIES OF SCABF3
BOWS, NECK TTE3
SIOCES, GLOVES, *c, 4c
THE STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
Toted for their fitting qualities and superior work
COLLAR?, of all tho pre valli og styles, such as
EL DORADO, THALBURG
EGBERT, 4c, 4c, kc.
Supplied with sn elegant assortment of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
'LOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
Inch will be made np to order under the care of a
IRST-CLA33 FRENCH CUTTER.
A visit to the Store is solicited, and the Stock will
i shown with pleasure.
Prices fixed and marked on each article in plain
B. W. McTUBEOUS, Superintendent
?OW IS THE TIME!
NOW IS THE TIME TO THROW OFF
OUR WINTER CLOTHING AND TO RE?
LACE IT WITH GARMENTS SUITED TO
HE WARM WEATHER THAT IS NOW
PON US. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ?
IGHT WOOLLEN OR LINEN SUIT, YOU
ILL FIND THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
: ACULLA lt. WILLIAMS Si PARKER'S,
ho have a full stock of NEW GOODS, JUST MAX
FACTUBEB, that will suit all, as will be seen by
e list of prices given below :
NICE STYLE OF CHECE CASSIMERE
SUITS-SACE, PANTS AND VEST.$ S 09
NICE STYLE OF GREY FLANNEL SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 8 00
NICE STYLE OF GREY FLANNEL SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST.....'. 12 00
LAL SCOTCH FANCY CASSIMEBE SUIT
SACE, PANTS AND VEST. 19 00
iRK MIXED CASSIMEBE SUIT-SACK,
PAMS AND VEST.1800
IEE MIXED CASSIMEBE SUIT-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST. 2100
NE DABK INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL
SUITS-SACE, PANTS AND VEST..18 00
NE DARK INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL
SUITS-SACE, PANTS AND VEST. 19 00
NE DARE BLUE INDIGO FLANNEL
SUITS-SACE, PANTS AND VEST. 20 00
?SV STYLE FANCY CASSIMERE SACKS,
GOOD AS CUSTOM WORE.$6 to 15 00
SW STYLE FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS SI to 10 00 j
3W ST 1 LE FANCY CASSIMEBE VESTS S2 to 5 00
NE BLACK CLOTH LINED SACKS... .$9 to IS 00
NE BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCKS,
EQUAL TO ANY CUSTOM WORK.S9 to 35 00
NE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS.86 to 12 00
HITE MARSEILLES VESTS, EQUAL
TO CUSTOM MAKE. ?3 to C 00
HITE AND COLORED LINEN AND
DUCE SACES.$1 50 to 7 03
BITE AND COLORED LINEN AND
DUCE PANTS.$1 00 to 6 00
BUTE AND COLORED LINEN AND
DUCE VESTS.$1 50 to 4 00
ITTONADE AND SATINET SACKS...$2 00 to 3 60
?TT?NADE AND SATINET PANIS...*1 00 to 2 50
ENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
?VHITE SHIBTS, Silk and Merino UNDER?
LETS, Brown and Bleached Jean and Linen
tAWERS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, TIES, SCABF3,
iWS, COLLARS, 4c.
jg- ONE PBICE Goods all marked in plain fig
is. No deviation made.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. '4 7 0 KING,
CORNER OF BASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sams, Shoulders and Sides.
BY J. A. EXSLOW & CO.
THIS DAT, 9th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sol J,
in front of our Store, No. lil East Bay,
9 tierces HAMS )
2 tierces Shoulders ) Slightly damaged.
1 tierce .?ides J
4 kits MACKEREL
_23 barrels Fish._June 9
Molasses! Molasses ! !
BY J. A. EN8L0W & CO.
THIS DAT, 9th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, In
front of our Store, No. 141 East Bay,
25 barrell MOLASSE3._Juno 9
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAT (Tuesday), 9th ln3t, will be sold be
fore our store, at three-quartfer3-past 9 o'clock,
75 barrels CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, June in?
Conditions cash._June 9
Strips, Barns, Candles, Syrup and Lard.
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 9th instant, will be sold, before our
store, at three-quarters past 9 o'clock,
300 NEW YORK SUGAR-CURED STRIPS
10 tierces Choice Western Hams
250 Second Quality Hams
20 boxes Adamantine Candles
15 obis. Portland Syrup
5 J palls Extra Lard.
Conditions cash. June 9
Sides, Shoulders, Strips, ?c.
JEFFORDS & CO. P
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their 8tore, at hali,
past 9 o'clock,
6 boxes RIBBED SIDES
3 hhds. Shoulders, slightly damaged
5000 pounds Choice Strips
25 bbls. Choice Sugar-cured Hams
400 Choice Unbagged Hams
20 bbls. Light brown Sugar
39 sacks Coffee
60 boxes Tobacco. June 9
JEFFORDS & CO.
WiU sell THIS DAY, In front of their S wi e, at half
past 0 o'clock,
70 bbls. CHOICE Eil RA FLOUR.
Positive Sale-Fresh Groceries.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
100 tubs BUI TER, all fresh from the dairies
10 boxes C. B. Sides
10 bbls. N. Y. Pig Shoulders
1200 Bellies. New York sugar-cured
5 hhds. Hams
60 tubs Lard
6 crates Crockery, now landing per sehr Lily
10 bu g a Co! Tee.
Conditions cash. June 9
Strips, Shoulders, Bams, ?j-c.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
Viii sell THIS DAY, in front of their store, No. 30
Vendue Bange, at half-past 9 o'clock,
6 hhds. Shoulders
500 ?. C. Unbagged Hams
500 N. Y. Pig shoulders
15 half and quarter bbls.. Pigs' Feet
Tea, Candles, Syrup, Ac. June 9
Barns, Lard and Strips.
BY HENRY COBLA & CO,
THIS DAY, at 9>; o'clock, in front ot our store,
c will be sold.
10 tes. SUGAR-CURED HAMS
20 tubs Lard
500 lbs. Strips
30 boxes Starch
25 boxes Candles. ,"une 9
Furniture of a Family Leaving the City.
MILLIGAN & SON,
No. ?M Vendee Range,
WiU sell TH I- DAY, 9th inst, at 10 o'clock,
MOHAIR ROCKER AND CHAIRS AND TABLES,
sideboard, Lounge, Mahogany Bedsteads, Mat?
isses, Safe, Ac, kc.
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Dry Goods, Crockery,
[umblers, Willow Baskets, tc. June 9
Estate Sale-Furniture, $c.
BY BOWERS & SILCOX.
.'HIS DAY, the 9th instant, at 10 o'clock, at house
No. 21 Concord street, we will Bell for cash,
Sundry lots FURN IT URE, ic.
Bedstead, Sofa, Carpet, Table, 2 Bureaus, Wash
brad, Books, Chairs, Cook Store, Crockery, kc.
-X _.0 A .
COD LITER OIL.
[THE POPTJLARITY WHICH THIS. MEDICINE
L has obtained within the past few years is justly
?erited. The oil presented as WILSON'S is in Its
arest state; ls procured from fresh clean Livers
aly of the Gadus Morrhua, and a successful method
as been discovered by which all the Iodine and
roraine, so necessary tor the efficacy of the oil, are
COD LIVER OIL
i recommended and prescribed by some of the most
ninent physicians of Philadelphia and elsewhere,
id approved by a large number of ladies and gentle
en, wholesale ami retail druggists, merchants, in
dlds, and many others who have been, on examlna
DQ, convinced of its rare excellence.
This Oil can be obtained from all respectable Drug
sts throughout the United sutes.
Office and Agency,
WILLIAM M. WILSON'S,
No. 208 Market-street, Philadelphia.
DO WIE Ss MOISE,
HOLESALE AGENTS FOB CHARLESTON.
June 8 16
^S^A ape* oT
TTivfrs al ie ur tU^ia / AND AU
Its affects are
It Is thc UNFAILING REMEDY in aU cases ot
mralgia Facialis, often effecting a permanent cure
less than twenty-four hours, from the use of no
ore thau TWO or THBXE PILLS.
No oth r lorin of neuralgia or Nervous Disease
s fated to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even tn the severest cases ot Chronic Neuralgia
d general nervous derangements- of manv years'
mding-affecting th j entire system, its use for a
n days, or a few week? at the ut.r.ost, always affords
e most astonishiuff relief, and very rarely fails to
oduce a complete and permanent cure.
It contain.' no drugs or other materials in the
ghtest degree injurious, even to the most delicate
stem, and can ALWATS be used with
rt has long been in constant use by many of our
MuST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
io give it their unanimous and unqualified ap
sent by mail on receipt sf price and postage.
One package, $1.00, Postage 6 cents.
Six packages, 5.00, Postage 27 cents.
Twelve packages, 9.00, Postage 49 cents.
It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in
ugs and medicines throughout the United States,
TURNER Si CO.,
S SOLE PROPRIE rORS,
No. 120 Tremont-street, Boston, M<ws.
GOODRICH, WIN EMA N Si CO.,
Orininal Southern Drue House,
rMPORlERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGIST8,
>.153 Meeting-street. Charleston. S. C
laonary 6 mitimos
AHE OLD ESTABLISHED
El AIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 344 KINO-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PBICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
rantury 21 tutbs?moa No. 314 King-street.
Canton Matting ! Canton Matting ! '
BY JOHN G. MILNOR& CO.
T HTS DAT, 9th instant, at 10 o'clock; will be soldat
our Auction Salesroom, No. 136 Meeting-street,
60 rolls super 4-4 CANTON MATTING, in lots to
Dry Good? and Sundries.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TBTS DAY, 9th inst., at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at our
auction salesroom. No. 135 Meeting-street,
FANCY PEINTS, Pant Stuns, Bleached Home?
spuns, Shirting Stripes, Blue Denims, Blue Drills,
Fancy Plaids, Jaconet, Cambrics, Swiss Muslins,
White Bril lants, Suspenders, Muslin Hdkfs., Palm
An invoice of FANCY GOODS.
Conditio os cash._June 9
Strips, Hams, Shoulders, Claret Wine, Tobac?
co, Mackerel, ?rc, ??c.
BY LA UREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY. the 9th inst., will be sold in our Etoro,
No. 137 last Bay, Lt 10 o'clock,
500 Choice Thin New York Sugar-Cured SrEIP3
200 bagged extra sugar-Cured Hams
200 Western Shoulders
600 pounds Smoked Beef
10 kits Mackerel
10 boxes Tobacco .
25 cases Claret Wine
20 Loxes Cheese.
Barrels FLOTJB, MOLASSES AND SUGAB
Boxes Soap, Sardines, Atc, &c.
Conditions cash._Jane 9
Clothing, Dry Goods, Furniture, ?fe.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty-streets,
AN INVOICE OF CLOTHING, JUST RECEIVED
coKsnmsa OF :
75 GENTS' CASSEMEBE AND LINEN SACK
200 pair Gents' Casslmere and Linen Panta
25 Gents' Casslmere and Linen Vests.
A general assortment of Dry Goods, Hosiery,
Hoop Skirts, Dress Goods, White Goods, Notions,
BUREAUS, CHAIRS, HAT RACKS, &c.
Store, Dwelling and Extensive Storehouses.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
THIS DAY, 9th June, at ll o'clock A. M., will be
sold at the Old Fostofflce.
The three story brick STORE and DWELLING on
the west side of East Bay-street, No. 73, about mid?
way between Trodd and EUiott-streets; on the prem?
ises are two Brick Storehouses and extensive Sheds.
The Lot is deep and runs through to Bedon's alley;
it measures on East Bay 38 feet 8 inches, on Bedon's
alley 35 feet 6 inches, on not th line 312 feet 6 inches
and on tho south line 304 feet.
COE di tions-One-third cash; balance by bond bear?
ing seven percent annual interest, payable in two
equal successive annual Instalments; to be secured
by a mortgage of the property. The buildings to be
kept insured and the policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and revenue stamps.
June 9_'_s wera tug
W. Y. LEITCH ? R. S. BRUNS,
WiU be sold, on THURSDAY, nth instant, at U
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That desirable two-and-a-half story WOODEN
HOUSE, with double piazza, cistern and necessary
outbuildings, situated on the east side of Marsh
street, and known as No. 4. Lot measures 59 leet
front by 40 feet deep, more or less.
Terms-One third cash; balance payable, with in?
terest, in one and two yea?. Property to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. June 9
Small Dwelling in Marsh-street.
W. Y. LEITCH Sc R. S. BRUNS,
WiU be sold, on THURSDAY, 11th inst, at ll o'dpek
at the Old Postofflce,
That small two-story WOODEN DWELLING, sit
uated on the east side of Marsh-street, known SB No.
Lot measures 20 feet front by 116 feet in depth,
more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable, with in?
terest, in one and two years ; property to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers
?nd stamps._June 9
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW
WOt LD RESPECT'
FULLY inform the
Ladles that she will
OPEN THIS DAY A
MENT OF MILLI?
NERY, of all the latest
and most desirable
CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS.
DRESSMAKING in all itt branches. A perfect flt
guaranteed. STAMPING AND EMBROIDERING
DONE TO ORDER. ?
No. 302 KING-STREET,
Fourth Door above Wentworth-street,
April 15 tuths3mo Charleston, .
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS ".I WORLD'S
FAIB, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30.000 FRANCS ! !
(86,000 IN GOLD),
it thereceut International Contest ia the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to call and examine the re
jort of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
md see the o?icial award to the Herring's Patent
?ver all others.
IERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadwav, comer Murray-s:., Sew i'ork.
PARRhEL, HERRING ? CO., I HERRING k CO..
Philadelphia. J Chicago.
IERRING, FARREL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stoci on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
-03. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 Umo
rHE MESSRS. DUPONT HAVING FURNISHED
me with a wagon, I am now prepared to deliv
r POWDER at all hours of the day, and will always
:eep on hand a Urge and complete stock of all kinds,
rhich I offer at lowest market rates, and to the
rode, in lots as low as they can Import from the
'actory J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
May 16 stuthlmo
Borau, Multi and Vehicles; also, Furniture,
xonsisting of French, High Post and Cottage
Bedsteads, Bedding, Tables, Cane and Wood?
en Seat Chairs, Desks, Secretaries, Wash?
stands, two Pianos, a lot of Window Sashes,
Ice Bouses, ?rc, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
TO-MOEBOW, the 10th instant, at IO o'clock, at their
Salesroom, No. 81 Broad-street.
Also, 6 cases, abo? 20 dozen, CANNED MILE and
other Sundries._?_ June 9
One Fine Young Mule and One Bande?me
Blooded Mare Pony, a Crib Sucker.
BY L Y. WESTERVELT.
THU be sold, at No. 85 Broad-itreet, on TO-MOB
BOW, 10th June, at half-past io o'clock, on account
and at the risk of fortaerowner._June 9
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Tupper, Master, vs. Borgrave.
Will be sold, under the direction of the under?
signed, at the Old Customhouse, on THURSDAY,
11th day of June. 1868, at ll o'clock,
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north side
of Society-street, in this city, and fully described in
the Deed of Indenture by way of Lease and Release
from Francis Depon and Silvie, his wife, to Joseph
Sanford Barker, Trustee, recorded in the office of
the Register of Mesne Conveyances for Charleston
District, in Book N, number 9, page 42.
Terms-One-half c ash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with in?
terest from day of Bale, payable semi-annually, and
mortage of the premises. Purchaser to pay taxes
and for papers and atarees.
May 26 tu3thl_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Whaley, Trustee, vs. Duffus.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 11th
day of June, 1868, at ll A. M.,
AU that HOUSE AND LOT, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the west sida of WaU street, next
north of Laurens-street, In this city, known as No. 3.
Terms-One-fourth cash;,balance in three equal
annual instalments, with Interest from day of sale,
payable semi-annually, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises. Buildings to be insured
and kept insured, and poUcy assigned. Purchaser to
pay taxes, and for papers and stamps..
May 26 ru3thl Master in Equity.
faction tm1 frrhirtf -gdCT.
Desirable Residence on Rutledge Avenue.
BY HUTS01V LEE,
At Private Sale
That DESIRABLE BESIDENCE No. 26, weet side
of Ruflege Avenue, one door north of Radcliffe
street, containgfive square rooms, a dressing and
bathroom, and pantry. Outbuildings consist of two
story kitchen and two-story carnage house and
stable, poultry house, kc. The entire premises have
been recently painted and put in thorough repair.
The Lot measures 48 feet front by 151 feet deep, and
is high and dry. "
The location of this property on the line of the
City Railway and in the healthiest ?nd most fashion?
able portion of the city, offers many inducements to
parties in search of a home.
Terms accommodating. Apply at _
June 6 ftu2 No. 2 BROAD-STREET.
April 20_ 6mo
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, Na 7 N. .LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, Ivory
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchange
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from $50 to $300.
BEFEBEER WHO HAVE OCR PIANOS Ct USE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. B. BurweU k Sons, Charlotte, N. 0.
Max Strakoscb, lulim Opera.
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
H. GRUPY di CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CAL VERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
Q.EORGK R. GA1THER, JR., Si CO.,
MINERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 L arndell.street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
TM' J. ETESIAN.BENET ETESIAN, JB.
yr^M. J. RIEM AN Si SON,
PACE1NG HOUSE TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
No. 871 TT. BALTIMORE-STREE
(Opposite Eutaw House), Baltimore,
)ffer for sale full assortment of BACON, POBE and
j ABD; also the celebrated ORANGE BRAND HAM,
lured by themselves. 3mos?_April il
J^UMSEN, CARROLL cw CO,
PRESERVERS, PICELERS, OYSTER PACEEBS, &C
No. 18 Light-street, Ballimore,
oint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Tepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22_ 6moe
1MES KNOX.JOHN GILL]
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE kc, respect
nUy solicited, and liberal advances made thereon,
irdera for COEN and BACON promptly executed
nth care and attention.
April 27 12mos*
RIFFIN, BROTHER Si CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALFRED JENKINS, JB.
EOBEBT H. JENKINS.
gDW. JENKINS Si SONS.
IMPORTEES AND DEALERS TN
3ADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,!
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 Amos Baltimore, M