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CULATION IN THE CtTT OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES TW* LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTIOIT SALS TO-DA T.
J. A. EN SLOW & Go. will seTL at ll o'clock, at
Central wharf, soar. River Bell?), chaine, an
" chora, Ac.
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- THE DAILE xfows.-This is the last issue of
- THE DAILE NEWS which will go forth from the
premises which we have hitherto occupied on
.< Hayn e-e tree t. To-day wo begin the serious
task of removing om* material, including our J
hage presses, engine and other machinery,
into our new establishment on East Bay. By
dint of energy and hard work, we trust to com
^ Plots the transfer before sunset, so that our
paper may be published from our new office on .
Monday, without the intermission of a single
*. Mumo ON THE BATTEBX.-The Post Band will
give one of their popular open-air concerts on
the Battery this afternoon, commencing at;
half-past 5 o'clock.
FOB THE EXCTJBHIONISTB.-The excursion
tickets to Now York and back, issued by the
Northeastern Railroad Company at $26, are
good until the 31st Joly, np to'which time of j
leaving New York they can be used.
THE STEAMSHIP SEA.GULL.-Tho heary rains j
on Thursday and Friday have so much retard;
ed the loading of the Baltimore steamer (hat
ehe will be kept over until to-morrow, receiving.; j
freight all day tchday.
NEWSPAPER CHANGE.-Captain J. Berrien
- Oliver has sold his excellent paper, the Talla?
hassee Sentinel, to Messrs.- Edward M. Cheney
dc Co., of the Florida Union. Captain Oliver
assigns the feeble state of his health as one of |
the reasons influencing him to retiro from
ne wspaper lifo. Under its new proprietors the
Sentinel will be Radical in politics.
A NOTSANCX.--Several rabeen here request us
to call the attention of tbe city authorities to
plhe dug-out lot corner Orange and Broad
streets, the late heavy rains having half filled
it with water. The action of a hot summer san
on this still water w?l provo a prolific source
of disease, and we mould therefore recom?
mend its being pumped out without delay.
THE Ptorie's LINE.-We aro gratified to
learn from the Messrs. Getty, the acco mme
Mating agents of this popular line of New York
steamships, that the staunch and favorite pro?
peller Moneta left New York yesterday for
i Charleston, and will hereafter ply regularly be?
tween that port and Charleston, sailing from
Charleston next Friday, and every alternate ]
' PAPERS TOB SUMMERVILLE. - Postmaster
Trott has kindly consented to allow his mail
agent to delirar to the morning train from Sum- j
merville, at Ladoon's Cross Roads, the Charles?
ton' mornin g papers. - Subscribers to THE, NEW?
residing m Summerville may now, if they de?
sire, receive theil' papers, without fail, on their
, way to the city."Orders for papers left at our
office will meet with prompt attention.
? DELEGATES TO THE DEMOCRATIC CONVEN?
TION.-The Columbia Phoenix, of yesterday,
says : "The Mercury gires what purports to bo*
a correct hst of the above delegates.* Bnt it is
.not- correct, as it omits the name of Captain
W. B. Stanley. In the Third Congressional
District, the April Convention appointed J. 8.'
Preston, and alternate W. JJ. Stanley. As
J^General Preston has declined the appointment,
Captain Stanley takes bis place.
THE STREET LA HPS.-On Thursday night ?
I "not a lamp was lit along the whole length of |
?' Anson-street, and those persons whose bnai
? ness called them abroad were compelled to
L seek other routes where theyfcould have a stray
gi ?am to guide them on their way. Bather
awkward this, when the night is darkras Ere
^ bus and ' the rain falling in torrents that al
? meet defy the use of an umbrella. Will not
somebody get after the lamplighters With a
FEDERAL EAREA ETTY rs GEOBGTA-The At?
lanta papers contain distressing accounts of j
the manner ' in which the Georgians arrested
on suspicion of being concerned in the mnr
" der-of Ashburn, a R -publican, are'being treat- ;
ed by the authorities. The cells in which
most of them are confined are only six by ten
in dimensions. Two of the gentlemen are ba?
ned alird in stone coffins exactly ten feet long
by two feet wide. The fare is of the coarsest j
? HOTEL ARRIVALS-.JUNE 27.--Charleston
"Hotel.-S. J. Walker, Augusta; W. S. Mourns,
William T. Nance, R. L. McCongblin, J. C.
Courtenay, South Carolina; William T. Howell,
Washington; G. H. Konaghan, Augusta; John
B. Hubbard, Columbia; E. K. Hills, Colombia.
PavUton Hotel.-L. G. Shepard, city; W. 8.
Law, Sooth Carolina; A. Morgan, Georgetown;
N. W. Kshteman, Florence; Frederick Reed,
Wadmalaw; Robert Armstrong, Philadelphia;
John Millwood, Philadelphia; James Ladd,
Summerville, S. C.
PRESENT AH o- - TO CAPT. E. D. MORSE, OF THE
WINKING YACHT, ELLA ANNA.-A number of |
friends of Capt. Ed. D. Morse, the sailing
master of the Ella Anna, met last night in an
upper room at Messrs. Wulbura A 8telling's
restauran i, for the parp?se of present? a g a. tes?
timonia! of their esteem to him for the skilful
mumer in which he handled-his yacht during
the late race. The fas timo nial consisted of a
heavy stirer goblet and salver, the former beau
tifdlly chased and bearing tho inscription,
."Captain Edward D.-Morse, Sailing Master of
' the Winning Yacht, Ella Anns, Jane 20,1868.'
In the centre of the waiter is a fine engraving
of a yacht in fall sail, with the name "Captain
Edward D. Morse, Jone 20, 1868." The en?
graving was exquisitely executed by Mr. Wil?
liam Fisher, of this. city.
The presentation was made by W. A. Courte?
nay, who spoke of tho race as an epoch that
would be remembered by all engaged in
it, and congratulated Captain Morse on
the success which was mainly das to his
efforts. Captain Morse responded briefly,
thanking Mr. Courtenay for the prosent,
and assuring him thal at any future race
he would endeavor to do bis best. Among the
gentlemen present wera the owners and Bailing
masters of the different yachts engaged in the
late race. A large punch bowl graced the
centre of the table, and after the goblet had
been drained by Captain Morse, tho evening
hoars were enlivened with song and sentiment i
fx om the jovial characters around the board.
THE CONCERT FOE THE WIDOWB' HOKE last
night was well attended and the hall would
doubtless have been crowded to overflowing
but for the threatning character of the
It is too lato to attempt any detailed criti?
cism of the concert, bot the following brief
account will give an idea of the manner in
which the different pieres were performed :
rho overture was played with spirit and ef?
fect, only marred by tho fact that Ure audience
were not well in their scats and that those who
had been belated were then arriving.
The prologue, a graceful composition, was
spoken with taste and elegance, and led up
well to the duo for soprano and tenor from
Mesnardiare, which was well Bung by a lady
and Mr. T. P. Oneale.
This was followed by a charming arrange?
ment for flato and piano, from the Huguenots,
which was ph?ved with skill and received with
The piano solo, a fantasia on airs from the
Somn?mbula, was playedjby Mrs. P. J. Barbot,
with her wonted fire and expression. The
execution was as nearly perfect as possible,
and tho piece met with an enthusiastic re?
The baritone solo, from Parisina, was a de?
cided success. It was sung with great force
and dramatic effect, and was warmly encored.
The second part opened with the Midnight
8pirit Waltzes, composed by a Charlestonian.
These waltzes, although not strikingly original
m. conception or treatment, are catching and
melodious. They were rendered by the or?
chestra with spirit and effect.
The soprano solo, lrom Der Freisch?tz, was
a gem. The vocalization was fluent, and the
broad phrasing gave the singer an opportunity
to display the foll power of her voice. It was
Donizetti's La Fille du Regiment is a uni?
versal favorite, and the duo for piano and vio?
lin was charmingly given.
The charming solo, from Louisa Miller, was
sung with grace and pathos by Mr. Oneale.
The piano forte duo, from Semiramide, was
played with wonderful effect by Mrs. Barbot
and Mr. Hambruch, and with a doo from Lucia
di. Lammer moor the concert came to a close. '
I It was a perfect success, and reflects great
credit upon every one engaged in ft, and par?
ticularly upon that indefatigable artiste in all
good works, Mrs. P. J. Barbot.
UNITED STATES CODBT-JUNK 26.-HOM. GEO.
S. BEVAN, PBESIDINQ.-In Admiralty-Jobu
Ferguson, owner of steamers Planter and
Marion, for self and others, TS. the British
ship Sedbergh. Libel for sal vf ge. - On motion
of Messrs. Brown ? MikeU, proctors for libel?
lants, it was ordered that-a warrant ?f arrest
be issued, returnable Jone 29.
The basin ess of tho Circuit Com t, which has
been adjourned from day to day, will be re?
sumed on Monday, when the lean o Docket wiq
In-Hie District Court -The following busi?
ness was transacted:
Ex parte Robert Yoong, in re Berry W. Lee.
P?tition for establishment and payment of hen.
On motion of John Grimrall, Esq., appearing
for Wm. Ma ITO, Esq., pro pet., an order of re?
ference to W. J. Clawson, Esq., Registrar, was
Ex parte Robert Macbeth, executor, in re
David A. Layne. On motion of the same par?
ties, a similar order was granted.
G. P. Copeland. was appointed assignee for
Milton Milan and Daniel T. Compton, bank?
Ex parte J. B. Campbell and C. H. Simon ton,
in re Joseph Purcell. On motion of assignees,
who appeared in person, with consent of T. Y.
Simons, Esq., appearing for creditors, it was
ordered, that the assignees,.J. B.Campbell
and C. H. Simonton, hare leave to account
with the assignees,, to be hereafter appointed.
under the bankrupt law, and -transfer all prop?
erty and assets, first deducting all proper and
legal charges and commissions. It is not to
interfere in any way with the right of tho as?
signees under permission of the Court to re?
ceive all sums of money due or hereafter to be?
come due under, the contract mado botween
them and certain proprietors of tho Charleston
Hotel, under which the Mills House was closed
-8Dch sum to be accounted for by them on
their accounting with theil amanees ia bank?
THE ASSIST ANT UNITED STATES TREASURER'S
OFFICE, -Tho telegraphic announcement yes-,
terday morning that the salary of the incum?
bent of ?bis office in Charleston had been in?
creased did not excite muon commont, but the
assertion that the office disbursed $7,000,000
was a matter of surprise to-many who were not
aware of the large business transacted by the
Assistant Treasurer! Before the war the
money transactions of this office seldom ex?
ceeded $1,000,000, hst the hooks now show that
frqm the 1st of last J al y the disbursem e n ts have
been $7,300,71285. In the same time 1202,000
of frational currency hts been received and
$106,665 09 redeemed. During the year more
than $15,000,000 baa passed through the of
dce. The large military and other civil estab?
lishments connected with the United .States
Government in this city have their deposite in
the Assistant Treasurer's .office, lt also re?
ceived all government monoys from South
Carolina, Georgia ond Florida; also, a large
portion from North Carotina, particularly
the postoffice fond. At one tim* banks
in varions sections were used as national
depositaries, but they have been abolished
and tbe Assistant Treasurer's office is
now the. only depositary in Charleston
fvr government fonds. The money records of
the office, showing the minutest transactions,
together with the amounts on hand, are sent
io t he Secretary of tho Treasury at Washing?
ton daily. Special agents of the Treasury De?
partment aro also frequently sent from Wash?
ington to examine the accounts and books and
report on the same.
Perhaps the most disagreeable portion of
the business routine is the receipt of fraction?
al currency which is brought in by tbe mer?
chants and storekeepers. This is carefully
counted and put np in packages, and marked
with tbe name of the party from whom receiv?
ed. If any of the bills Bent to Washington
should prove to be a counterfeit, it is pinned
to the strip of papar bearing tho nam o and
sent back to the Assistant Treasurer, who is
expected to have it replaced. Tho government
bas always reserved the right to deter?
mine if a bill is counterfeit, and tbe agents
can only espre?s an opinion, the final
decision coming from the treasury in Wash?
ington. The fractional currency obtained in
this way i< put up in bo ces containing from
one thousand dollars to one thousand five hun?
dred dollars, and sent to Washington, where it
is examined, and, if correct, is either credited
to the sub-treasury or an equivalent amount in
new bills returned. This, as well as the other
transactions of the office, requires great care
and an immense amount of labor, and it was
thought that as the business of the office had
been so. largely augmented that the salary of
the present incumbent, Mr. J. D. Geddings,
should be also increased. The bond demand?
ed is $100,000, and more money passes through
the Sub- treasurer's office than through either
the customhouse or 'internal revenue office.
A petition stating these facts and asking an
increase was sent to Washington some time
since, and the telegraph of Thursday brought
tho fir*t news of the favorable action of Con?
gress, air. Geddings has boon a resident of
Charleston since '56, and bis petition for the
position of Assistant Treasurer, rendered
vacant by the death of Hr. McDowell, was
numerously Bigned by the citizens. His office
in the fire-proof building has been fitted np
expressly for the purpose, and the entire busi?
ness is transacted by Mr. Geddings and two
TEE DILL MUBDEU-Au OTHES BATOS OF
PRISONERS BRODOHT TO THE CITY.-Seven more
white men and ono negro/charged with com?
plicity in the Dill murder, were brought from
Camden yesterday-under a military guard, and
will be confined here to await their trial by
military commission. We have been unable to
learn the names of those prisoners, but pre?
sume the 6evon whites are the same as those
mentioned by a correspondent among the ad?
ditional arrests recently made. The frames
then furnished were Messrs. Euckabeo, Kelley,
Rayburn, Mattox, Dr. William Nelson, John
Mickle, and James Pickett. It is not known
what are the grounds of suspicion, against these
TEE ANN FTE BS AB Y OF THE BATTLE OF FOBT
MOULTRIE.-To-morrow, the 28th of June, isa
day formerly observed with crest eclat by our
citizen soldiery, in commemoration of a victo?
ry which was wholly Son tb Carolina's. An an?
cient "poick" commenced his lyric in honor of |
the day as follows :
"The first of Juno the Bri tish fleet
Appeared off C b arie Ft on harbor;
The twenty-eighth they attacked the fort,
And wounded John, the barber."
These verses are familiar to all who remem?
ber the observances of the day in the ante bel?
lum era. In this city tho Paimotto and Moul?
trie Guards were the two militia companies
who specially observed the day by parades,
picnics and big dinners. Bac thia celebration,
with too many other associations of the good
old times, must now, we suppose, be number?
ed with the things that were.
THE RATH of yesterday was the heaviest that
has visited our city for some time. Early yes?
terday morning it fell in torrents, and soon
converted the streets into water courses tha
rendered all attempts at crossing by "land
navigation" impossible. The low lots and cel?
lars in the exposed portions of the oity were
soon converted into miniature ponds, which
will give some tronble to property owners.
Notwithstanding the volume of water that
fell, the ruins of the late fire opposite the
Charleston Hotel were, still smoking last night,
the inflammable material buried being too-|
closely covered to allow the- water to penetrate
The accounts from the sea islands represent
the rain to have boen very injurious to tha crop
prospects, bot we are glad to hoar that the case
was different with the short cotton. A Georgia
contemporary says :
Our accounts from all portions of Middle
Georgia represent the rain to have been glori?
?os everywhere. It came in tune to save the
oom crop, to give cotton a new lease upon and
a new start in life. It was worth- millions to
Georgia, and all hearts aro rejoicing. The
ravages bf four weeks of hot, parching sun
have been repaired by being bathed from the
clouds, and the whole earth looks as if it had
come from the regenerating hand of tho Crea?
tor. Bain is greatly wanted yet in this lo?
NOTICES rs BANKRUPTCY.-Meetings of the
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will bo held
at the office of the Registrar, Hon. B. B. Car?
penter, No. 72 Broad-street, on the days and at
the boors named :
June-.271 9A.M Neston, John J.(Sumter.
Jane 27 10 A.M. Moses, Horace H.Sumter.
June 27 ll A.M. Graham, James D... Sumter.
June 27 12 M. Moses, Myer B.Sumter.
June27 l P.M. MoCanto, Thomas J... Sumter.
Jone27 2 P.M. Drayton. Charles E. B. Sumter.
June 27 3r.st Moses, Z. P..Sumter.
June 30 9 A.M. Hodge, John J..Clarendon.
June 30 10 A.M. Norris, William J.Clarendon.
June30 ll A.M. Tucker. Isaac 8..Charleston.
June 30 12 M. Gore, Thomas W.Horry.
June 30 1 P.M. Jennings. James M... Sumter,,
Juno 30 2 P.M. Murdongh, Josiah P.. CoDeton.
June30 3 P.M. Oppenheim, Julinu H. Charle?ten.
??Uly 1 9 A.M. Oppenheim,Sam'lH.. Charleston.
July I 10 A.M. Gaillard, Samuel J.... Sumter.
July 1 11A.M. Raoul, Alfred..Cha ri ec ton.
July 1 12 M. Chewning, L. B.Clarendon.
Joly 1 1 P.M. Osteen, Thomas H_Kumter.
July 1 2P.M. Bussell. WuliamP.... Charleston.
July 1 3 P.M. Race. Ara.Chesterfield.
July 6 12 M PnrccU, Joseph.Charleston.
Jury c 9?L Harvtn,Marens L.... Clarendon,
July 6 10A.M. Lo wu les, Edward_Charleston.
Jury 6 11 A.M. DuBose, David St. P. Sumter.
July 6 12 .M. Lee, Hutson. Charleston.
July 6 lr M. Moore. Richard M.... Sumter.
July 6 2 P.M. CrossV?ell, John J..... Sumter.
Jury 6 3 P.M. Oppenheim, Joseph H. Charleston.
July 7 9 A.M. Price, Alfred.Charleston.
July 7 10 var. Smith, William W_Charleston.
July 7 ll A.M. Zesgler_Ad?m C.Orangeburg.
.Jury 7 12 M Brown/John.Orangeburg.
July 7 2 P.M. Bethune, John 0.Clarendon.
July 7 3 TM. Solby, Richard H.| Berkeley. .
Of what place.
~ JHUSJJVKSS NOTICES.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelope*, Paper,
Ac. ; or Miller's Almanac ;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
li you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 09 Brad?
BASE BALL SHOES. -Call at D. O'Neill's shoe
store, No. 358 King-stieet, and supply yourselves
with a pair of Champion Base Ball Shoes before they
are a'l gone. They are just the thing for keeping
the inf and putting the outs. .
DELAY KO LONG?E in procuring an improved
kerosene stove, if you would save expense and do all
your cooking without beating the hou?e bi summer.
No servant required. All the ladles are using them.
They can be had at J. B. Duval A Son, No. 337 King
street.; I Advt
CHOICE GREEN AMO BLAOK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, ot Wilson's grocery, northwest corner
Society and Anson atroots. Goods delivered Iree.
TAIPEKIAL FIRE INSURANCE
1 COMPANY OF LONDON.
Cash Capital Poid Up and Invested over $R,000,000
U. S< Branch Office, No. 40 Pine-street.
LOCAL DIRECTOR." IK KEW YORK :
E. V. ARCHIBALD, Eeq., H. B. M. Consol,. Chair?
RICHARD IRVIN, Esq., RICHARD bm A Co.
ED. S. JAFFRAY, Esq.. E. 3. JAFFRAY k Co.
J. BOoBMAN JOHNSTON, Ef q., J. BOOKMAN JOHN?
STON A Co. "
A. A LOW, Esq., A. A. Low A BROTHERS.
DAVID SALOMON, Esq., Mo. ll Wost 38th-street.
JAMES STUART, Eeq., J. k J. STU ABT.
EDGAR W. CROW ELL, Resident Manager.
Risks taken as lpw as in other first-class Compa?
nies, and Losses adjusted and paid here.
Polices issued, payable in gold or currency, by
A. L. TOBIAS, No. 109 East Bay,
June 20 stuthSmo Agent for Charleston, S. C.
.rJlHE NEW YORK LIKE
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 54 Broad-street.
The NON-FORFEITURE PLAN was originated by
this Company. tuthsSmo April 14
J) OYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LABOE RESERVE FUND.
Fire Ri aka taken on Buildings, Produce, Mer chan
Losses promptly adjusted here, without roferenct.
to England, in Sterling or currency, at the option of
thc assured. W. C. BEE A CO., Agents,
February 22 Btuth6mo Adgcr's Nsrth Wharf.
(Hlotytttg nub /ariiisljiiig QSDO?B.
LOOK IT THE PRICES!
LOOK AI THE PRICES TO WHICH WE
HAVE MARKET* OTB STOCK OF LIGHT
WOOLLENS AND LINENS MADE FOB THIS
SEASON'S TRADE, AND SEE WI TH HOW
LITTLE MONEY YOU CAN PURCHASE A
COOL AND COMFOBTABLE SUIT MADE |
Di THE BEST MANNER.
F ENE MIXED CASSIM KEE SUIT-SAGE.
PANIS AND VEST.% 16
SCOTCH ?AS8IMERE SUIT-SACK, PANTS
PINE DARK MgKP CA88IMERE SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST..1800
FINE INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL BUTT
SACK,- PANTS AND VEST.. 19 00 |
SILK MIXED CAS9IMERE SUIT-SACK,
PANTA AND VEST.. 20 00 |
BLACK D'ETE SUIT-SACK, PANTS AND
BLACK TRICOT SACK. 1000
LIGHT FRENCH FLANNEL SACK. . ?00
BLACK ALPACA SACKS. 2 50 to 6 00
LOT OF FANCY CASSUXERE 8ACK8-for?
merly sold at $9 00 to $1*1 00-BOW. 7 00
LOT OF MIDDLESEX O Af SIM ERE SACKS.. 6 00
FANCY CAPSIMERE PANTS. 6 00
GREY FLANNEL PANTS AND VESTS. 400
GBET FLANNEL SACK AND PANTS;. 6 50
OOTTONADE S U IT 8-SACK AND
PANTS. ii CO to $6
WHITE DUCK SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND
HEAVY WHITE DUCK SUIT-SACK, PANIS
AND VEST.. 15 00
BROWN DUCK AND LINEN SACKS.... 2 00 to 600
BROWN DUCK AND LINEN PANTS.... 1 00 to 4 00
H10WN DUCK AND LINEN VESTS.... 100 to 2 60
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS.2- 60 to 6 00
fiENTIiEMES'S FURNISHING GOODS.
SILK AND GAUZE MERINO UNDERSHIRTS
AND DRAWERS, LINEN, MUSLIN AND JEAN
DRAWERS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, TIE4, SCARFS,
BOWS, COLLARS, Ac,, ic.
WHITE SHIRTS at f2 00, $2 60 and $3 00.
ter ONE PRICK. -?
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
Mo. ?70 KIN O,
CORNER OF HASEL-STBEET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Jane 26 _
mm wv mm umw
No. 59 91 KINO - STRUB T,
CORNER OF WENTWORTH.
A large and well selected Stock of
FINE AND MEDIUM QUALITIES
SPRING ANO St'M.lIK K CLOTH IN O
For Men, Youths sod Beys,
Is offered at LOW PRICES, to which the attention
of buyers ts directed.
GENTbBfllEN'8 FURNISHING GOO JOS.
SILK, COTTON, LISLE THREAD AND GAUZE
MERINO UNDER SHIRTS
JEAN DRAWERS, of superior make
ALL VARIETIES OF SCARFS
BOW8, NECK TIES
8IOCKS, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
THE STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
Noted for their fitting qualities and superior work?
COLLABS, of all th? prevailing styles, such as
EL DORADO, THALBURG
BYRON, PENSION Y
EGBERT, Ac, Ac. Ac.
Supplied with sn elogaut Assortment of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
Which will be made up to order under tho care of a
FIRST-CLASS FRENCH CUTTER.
A visit to the Store is solicited, and the Stock will
be Rhowrr with pleasure.
Prices fixed and marked on eu h article In plain
figures. . ,
B. W. McTUHEOUS, Superintendent.
Juno y Imo
. fytt?tobj (t?tr.
g A R S A~P~XTRTI"A7L?I A II
ITS POWERFUL ??BATlVE ASSOCIATES,
PBXFASZD UNDER A KEWtl DISCOVERED PBOOESS
TOB EITRA cns o THE CURATIVE PROPERTIES
FROM VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES, EN?
TESA INTO TBS COMPOSITION OF
DB. B A D W A Y 'S '
R E 8 O L VENT.
A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED.
One Bottle of Resolvent le Better Than
Ten Large Bottles of the Advertised
Sarsaparillas, or Direct Diuretic Rem?
PHYSICIAN s wonder st the extraordinary power ol
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT In curing
the worst lonna of Scrofulous, Byphiloid, Chronic
Skin Diseases, and its marvelous power In resolving
cal cul ons concretions, affording 1 ramed la te relief and
cons?quent cure of Diseases of the Kidney, Bladder,
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Spleen. Its rapid Influence
in the cure of Diabetes, DJ continence or scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, cloudy urine; ita almost instant ef?
ficacy lu stopping Itching and painful discharge of
urine, and its singular power in curing discharges
from the Uterus and Urethra, L'ucorrhcea, Bloody
Urmo, and other unhealthy and weakening dis?
charges;-and inquire wherein tho 8 ABS AP AB IL
LIAN used in the Renovating Resolvent differs from
ordinary Sarsaparillas I SarsipariTlian is the only
principle in sarsaparilla that possesses curative
properties; all other parts of tho root are inert and
useless. One ounce of the extract obtained under
Dr. Rodway'a now process for extracting the curativo
properties from vegetable substances, contains moro
of the true principle of cure than twenty pounds of
the ordinary roots.
SAR8APARILLIAN ts only one ot the ingredients
that forms this truly wonderful medicine; and it is
the only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, cl canal KR and reinvigorating proper?
ties through the BLOOD, SWEAT, URINE, and
other secretions, securing a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem. If the blood ia corrupt, the Rosolvent will
make it pure. If the Lungs are ulcerated and sore,
secreting thick phlegm sud prureleot matter, tho
Resolvent will loosen this deposit and repair tho
wasting lung with sound and healthy material, if
tho.Skin ls covered with pimples, spots, pustule e,
sores, ulcers, Ac., the Resolvent will quickly romovs
these annoyances. If mercury is deposited in the
bones and has accumulated in the system, tho Re?
solvent will drive it out If the Throat or Bronchial
Glands are ulcerated, the Resolvent will euro these
signs ol au early waste. Direct remedies, possess?
ing only exclusivo properties, are hurtful, as they
increase the functional secretions of on- organ by
suspending the constituent secretions of others;
hence, a compensating remedy Uko thc Resolvent Is
the only means of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAT EVERY DROP OF BLOOD
impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed to
supply the wasio of the body, will make pore, sound
and healthy flesh and Ul ir". The first dose that is
taken commences its work of purification and in?
creasing the appetite and flesh.
A REMARKABLE CUBEI
SORES Otf THE TONGUE, ULCERS IN THE
TU HO AT, SORE GUMS. SORJS MOUTH,
' SORBS IN THE NOSE, AROUND
THE EYES, rfc,
If recently exhibited, a few bottle* will cure. II
chronic, or through 'tho effects ol Mercury, Potas?
sium, Corrosivo Sublimate, from six to one dozen
bottles may be required to make a permanent cure.
B, R. R..
A GREAT SENSATION 1-A GOOD SENSA?
FAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT.'
In 1847 the great grand principle of ?lopping the
most excruciating pain in au instant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Opium, Morphine, Acontlne, Ether, Ac, was first
made known in
RADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF.
This remedy accomplished this wonderful and de
lightful desideratum in all cases of external and In?
ternal pain. In an instant it afforded relief, the
moment it was applied to tho parts ot the body
where inflammation or pain exist. J-it at once re?
lieved the patient of the most violent and excruciat?
ing pangs and throbs of pam, and imparted the de?
lightful sensation of ease and comfort.
Every kind of palo, whether Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgia, Toothache, Pat s in the Chest Side, Lungs,
Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, Spine, Legs, Arms, Feet,
one application was sufficient to kill and extern inate
Taken internally, twenty drops to a teaspoonful
would cure, and will cure, Asiatic Cholera, Fever
and Ague, Chilla and Fever, Bilious Collo, Inflam?
mation of the Bowels, Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, and every pain that mav exist in the in?
side of man. woman or child; this was RADWAY'S
READY RELIEF of 18*7, and it is RAD WA Y'8 RE?
LIEE, greatly improved, in 18C8.
We then started lt in its mission of relieving the
Infirm,. pain-stricken, sick, distressed and crippled
of all nations throughout the world, and now to-day
it ls used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in the palaces nf Sultans, Emperors,
KBIU'UH, Kings, High Priests, Nobles, as well as lb
the cottages of the laboring classes of every nation
on the face cf the earth.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CURED IN
THIRTY MINUTES !
Important to Know how to lise "Rad.
way's Ready Kr lief '' in Acute
and Dangerons Attach?t
MT OWN CASE.
On Saturday night the 19th, I waa violently seized
with Congestion of the Lungs. For a few days pre?
vious I felt a dull pain over my left lung, with
occasional coughs, but being actively engaged, paid
no attention to it When seized, the pain was so
piercing, cutting and excruciating, that every breath
drawn was like a red hot knife cutting my lung. Be?
ing absent from home, I HU ul out for three bottles of
RADWAY'S RELIEF, applied the entire lot to my
lungs, back, shoulders, Ac, aud tn a few moments
got up counter-irritation Respirations were easy,
and, as the skin became reddened, all pain ceased.
In halt an hour I was free from pain, and all signs
of Congestion, Rafi- mmatlou, Ac, gouo. This ls so
important cure. It is woll that every one should
know how to use this remedy in severe attacks. The
same rule holds good in cases of Inflammation of
the Loins, Bowels, Kidneys and Stomach. Apply
the RELU F freely; eoak tho skin with it. lt will
Instantly secure the withdrawal of tho inflammation
to tho surface, and persons now Buffering may, in
THIRTY MINUTES, bo Ircc from pain.
In cares Where inflammation bas existed for a
length of time, in addition to tho RELIEF, take six
ol RADWAY'S PILLS. Powder them. In holf an
hour, in mont cases, they will operato. If not, re?
peat tho dose. In one or two hours at thc furthest
they will operate, and the patient soon get well. In
Bilious, Typhoid, Fever and Ague, this treatment is
rare to cure. Let it bc tried.
JOHN BARWAY, M. D.
egr Dr. RADWAY'S REMEDIES arc sold by Drug
lists and Storekeepers everywhere. Get the New
^1 y lc, with India Rubber Cork.
BOWIE Si MOISE,
No. 1?9 Meellng-Btroot, comer Hasel
Charleston, S. C.
May 3 nae timo:)
OSA D^1C~ir?. .
AMERICAN HEALTH RESTORER I
TBE BEST BLOOD PD ROTER IN THE WORLD.
A Safe and Certain Cure (and tie only one yet dis
8CBOFULA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS,
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargement aid
Ulceration of the Glands, Joints, Bones, Kid?
neys and Uterus, Chronic Rheuma?
tism, Eruptions of the Skin,
Chronic Sore Eyes,
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver C?'?'Lj^^
Pain in the Back, Imprudence ?l'lA?et arava]>
GENERAL j* HEALTH,
and all diseases of the
BLOOD, LIVER, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores the entire system to a healthy
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing
the slightest Injury.
ls not a secret medicine. The articles from which lt
is made are published around each bottle, and it is
used and recommended by the Medical Faculty,
wherever it has been introduced, aa a PO IT IVE and
RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of tho BLOOD,
LIVER and KIDNEYS.
jg^Ced and endorsed by the leading Physicians
everywhere it is known.
The following, among many hundreds of our beat
citizens, testify to its wondrous efficacy:
OEBTIFICATES FEO il PHYSICIANS.
BALTIMORE, MD., March 4th, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be tho
BEST ALTERATIVE IN USE, and, therefore, cheerfully
recommend it as such.
TH08. J. BOYKIN, M. D.
BALTIMORE, February irth, 1868.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: "
DXAB Sra:-I take pleasure in rocomnieDding your
ROSADALIS aa a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results-one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient pro?
nounced himsolf cured Biter having taken five Dot?
tles of your medicino; tho other a case'of scrofula,
of long standing, which is rapidly improving uuder
its use, and the indications are that tho patient will
soon recover. I have carefully examined the formu?
la by which your Rosadalis is made, and find lt an
excellent compound of alterative ingre lienta.
Yours truly, R. W. CARR, M. D,
We know Db Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable Alterative, Aoi, and take pleasure in re?
commending it to tho profession and the public.
A. D. MO 'RE, M.D.,
L. A. SMITH, M. D.,
J. B. WINSTEAD, M. D.,
E.G. BARHAM, M. D.,
W. G. DUGGAN, BL D.,
E. BARNES, M. D.,
B. W. KING, M. D.,
P. WODDARD, M. D.,
W. Bi BREWER, Al. D.,
W. J. BULLOCK, M. D.
January 7th, 1868.
I hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with ttie abore nam rd physiolsus, ?nd they are all
u en tie m on of respectability and standing iii this oom
ninnlfy. T. C. DAVI8,
Mayor of Wilson, N. 0.
January 11th, 1868.
ROSADALIS WILL CURE THE WORST CASES OF
BEAD THE STATEMENT BELOW AND DESPAIR. NOT.
WILSON COLVTT, September ?0,1867.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence:
DEAS SIB-My youngest daughter, aged five years,
hun been dreadfully afflicted with Scrofula nearly all
ber life. I tried a great many physicians, but witti
out relieving her much; in fact, most of them said
there was no hope of caro. During tho lost spring
shs was worse than ever, hor body and Jimba being
covered with sores and blotches-with face and eyes
badly ulcerated and swollen. Whilst in this condi?
tion I was advised by Dr. L. A Stith to try your
Rosadalis. I at once procured three bottles, and
commenced giving it to ber. The effect was magi?
cal. In loss tbnn a month, to my great astonish?
ment, she was entirely wolL
I am sir, yours.
With much respect and gratitude,
W. W. BURNETT.
ROSADALIS IS A POTENT REMEDY. IN ALL
raoH o. w. DLOD.NT, ESQ., ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILSON,
. . H. 0.
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of ten years' Btanding. by
Bosadslis. GEO. W. BLODNT.
ROSADALIS WILL CUBE THE VERY WORST
CASKS OF CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
PORTSMOUTH, VA., February 25, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baker:
DEAR Bm-This is to certify that I have bten
afflicted with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many times unable to move. I tried all medi?
cines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
highly spoken of. I procured a bottle, sud finding
some relief, continued it until I am happy to say
that I am completely well.
I not onlv consider the "Rosadalis" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it abo a pre?
ventive, and cheerfully recommend it to the
Yours, very truly, JAMES WEBB.
ROSADALIS CURES ALL SKIN DISEASES.
WILSON, N. C., September 15, 1867.
Dr. Lawrence :
DEAS SIB-In 1862 my son. now sged five years,
was vaccinated with what proved to be impure mat?
ter, whi 'b completely destroyed hts health. He has
been afflicted with an inveterate and extremely trou?
blesome oroplion of tho skin, sometimes breaking
out in sores, Ac. Rosndalie was prescribed by my
family physician, Or. A. U. Mooro. After taking it a
few weeks my son became and remains entirely well.
Yours, truly, J. B. DANIEL.
CHRONIC LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.
This is to cortify that I was cured ot Chrome Liver
Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after having
been confined to roy bcd and hot se for a long time,
and trying various medicines without benefit
I know of several others in this county cured
through the use of Rosadalis, sud it can be fouud in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all praise it as a great medicine.
Qrecne County, August 14, isca.
WILSON, Jami.-rv 7,1868.
1 hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my fimiiy as a general
Alterative and Tonio, with the most sa tlaloc tory re?
suits, and 1 therefore consrientiouely recommend it
to the public as a medicine of rare ?cd genuine
merit JAMES W. DA VI -,
Sheriff ot Wilson County, N. C.
ROSADALIS.-This medicine has root with an un?
precedented success in this community. Captain
Baker, thu polite and attentive agent for this city, in?
forms us that il is next to impossible to supply the
demand made for it; and that the medicine is effect?
ing some wonderful cures, and giving great satisfac?
tion to all who have used it.-"Norfolk (Va.) Daily
Journal, November 29, 1867."
PREPARED ONLY BY
J. J? LAWRENCE, M. D., CHEftllST,
(Late of Wilson, North Carolina.)
TRICE $1 60 FEB BOTTLE. '
tfg- Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all tho large cities of the United States
and British America, and retailed by Druggists every
All h tters of inquiry, Ac, promptly answered.
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS,
No. 214 Baltimore-street,
For sale by
GOODRICH, Wi.VE.HAV dc CO.
AND . .
BOWIE & .MOISE.
No. 1U9 Mee ting-street corner Hasol.
April 21 8mo?
.POSTPONED raOM YESTERDAY OH ACOOOTT OP THE
j. ' WEATHER.]
Schooner River Belle.
I BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
OIS DAY, 37th instant, will? be sold st Central
Wharf, st ll o'clock,
The Schooner RIVER BELLE, of the capacity of
ibout 1700 bushels rice. Built in New York-five
. A lot of CHAINS, Anchors, and some Second-hand
EUgfriDg, Ac. _ Jone 27
Furniture of a Family leaving the, City.
1 BY MILLIGAN & SON.
Jn MONDAY. 29th inst, st the roelden oe No. 79
Smith-street near Cannon-street we will sell,
The FUBNITTTBE of a family leaving the city.
'BUBEAUS. Bedstoads, Washstands, Chairs, Ta?
lles, Sideboards, Beds and Bedding, Window Shades,
Crockery, Glassware, Cooking Utensils, Ac, Ac
Jnne 27_ _
Well-kept Furniture of a Family removing
from the City, at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold on MONDAY, 29th inst., at 10 o'clock,
at No. 41 Pitt-street west side, opposite Duncan
A tine assortment of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN
CONfiTRTTNG TS PABX OPt '
MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD. Marble-top BUREAUS
Bedsteads, Chair?, Book Cases. Ice House, T*v _ -
Mattresses, Whatnots, Sofia, Lounges -""v*
Extension Table, Window Shades, j>. ?
Crockery and Glassware. " -*sck
2 fine rets BBOCAT"*" --*>?o.
nearly MW >. -?LE PARLOR FURN II URE,
. (crimson and green).
A fine MILCH COW.
Terms-cash. Articles to be removed on day of
-??_3 _Jnne 26
Belate Sale, by order of the Executor i.
BY Z.B. OAKES.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 30th inst, at ll o'clock,
near the Old Postofflce, the folio wing valuable
property, belonging to an Estate, viz;
?Hie THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING, and
extensive Brick outbuildings, .situate on the east
side of King-street, in Ward No. 7, sud known ss
No. 574. Lot measures 65 feet front and 190 feet
in depth. On Ute premises are a large cistern and
Bo. 1-The THREE-STORY WOODEN 8TORE
AND DWELLING, with requsite outbuildings, sitn
ate at the southwest corner of King and Spring
st. ce u>. Lot 371 et S in ?.he s on King, and 98 feet 6
inches on 8priDg-siru!t.
No. 2-THE THREE^TOLY WOODEN STORE
AND DWELLING, wi h outbuildings, sit?ate on
west side of King-street sdjoin'ng tho above to the
south. Lot 37 feet 9 inches front, and 98 feet- 6
inches in depth. The e buildings have double pi?
azzas to t Ge south, und are ID good order.
Nos. 3,4 and 5-iL't?KE VACANT LOTS on. weat
side ot' King-.- treet, adjoining No. 2 to the south, each
34 feet front, and 158 ftci 7 inches deep.
No. 6-The IWCSIORI WOODEN DWELLING
and Kitchen, on south side of Sp ring-street, first
house west of King. Lot 29 feet 6 inches front, and
75 feet deep.
No. 7-The TWO STOEY WOODEN DWELLING
and Kitchen, south side rprtog, next west of No. 6.
Lot 80 feet 7 Inches fient and 75 feet deep. '
No. 1-The ONE-STOBY SHOP AND TWO-STORY
WOODEN DWELLING, northeast comer St. Philip
street and Rodgers' alley. Lol 27 leet front 61 feet
No 2-The TWO-sTORY DWELLING, north side
Rodgers' alley, adjoining above to the east Lot 26
feet iront, 61 feet aeep. i
No. 3-Thc TWO-STORY BUILDING adjoining
above to tho east on Rodgers'Ailey. Lot 26 feet
front Cl feet deep. . .
No. 4-The TWO-STORY BUILDING north side
Rodgers' Alley, next east of above. Lot 26 feet front,
61 fret deep.
No. 6-The TWO-STORY DWELLING north sids
Rodgera' Alley, adjoining to th? east Lot 37 feet
front, 61 feet deep.
No. 0-The TWO-STORY BUILDING north side
Rodgers' Alley, next east of aDove. Lot 26 feet front.
Ol feet deep.
No. 7-VACANT LOT next east of above, 28 feet
front 61 feet deep.
^No. 8-1 he TWO-STORY DWELLING, south side
Rodgers' Alley. Lot 31 feet front 75 feet deep.
No. 9-lhe TWO-STORY DWELLING, south side
of Rodgers' Alley, next west of the above. Lot31
feet iront 75 feet deep.
No 10-The DWELLING.soulh side Rodgers' Alley,
next wost of the above. Lot 31 feet front 76 feet
No. ll-The TWO AND A HALF 8TOBY DWELL
INO and outbuilding] on (hs southeast corner of Kt.
Philip-aucetand Rodger's Alloy, Ward No. a Lot
35 feet front and 95 feet deep.
No. 12-The TWO-STORY DWELLING, east sid?
af St Phil ip, next Mouth of tba above. Lot 19 feet
front and tic feet deep.
No. 18-The TWO-STOBY DWELLING, east side
Sb Phillp, next south of above. Lot 20 feet Iront, 95
Plats of the abovo Property can be seen at my
unce. Prepared by John A. Michel, Esq., Sarroyor.
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay for papers
md atamps._"? Jone 26"
Valuable Lot of Lund on Ew.l Bay, at Auc?
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
3y virtue of an ord or of sale to me directed, by the
Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge of the United feta te a
District Court, for the District of South Carolina,
1 will sell at Public Auction, at the Old Postofflce,
foot of Broad-street', on WEDNESDAY, July Stn,
All that LOT OF LAND, on the west side of East
3ay-street, near Market-street measuring 80 feet 6
nches front, by ?2J feet 6 inches in depth, more ar
ssa. Bounded south by land formerly property of
>e ba* lian A im ar. but more recently belonging to the
ate Dr. J. W. Schmidt east by East Bay-ttreet, and
lorth and weat by landa formerly belonging to Miss
3. Pinckney and Mrs. E L. Izard.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal suc?
esivo annual instalments, with interest from day of
tale, payable semi-annually, secured by bond of pur
chaser and mortgage on the premises. Purchaser
0 pay for papers and stamps.
Assignee of F.mum A Dotterer.
Jane 25 tbs4 wi
Store Fixture!, Good Will and unexpired
Lease of Grocery Store Southwest Corner of
King and Clifford streets.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
)n WEDNESDAY, the 1st July, will be Fold at onr
Store, No. 137 East Bay, at ll o'olcck.
The 6TORE FIXTURES, GOOS WILL AND UN?
EXPIRED. LEASE of the weU known GROCERY
STORE, at the ? ou tli west corner of King and Clifford
1 tree ta. PoHser?on given immediately.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in 30 day?' approv?
ed erdorsed note.
The stock In said Store can be treated for at pri?
mate sale on day of sale, and, if not wanted by the
mrchaser of Fixtures, Ao., it will be removed im -
nediately. . _June 37
GOVERNMENT SALK AT CHARLES?
TON, 8. C.
rt'ill be sold, st Public Auotion, at the U. 8. Arse?
nal. Charleston, & C., on THURSDAY. July 2,
1866, at 10 o'o'ock A. M.. .
108 CAVALRY SADDLES, 90 Saddle Blankets,. 156
Bridles nnd Bits, and other Horse equip?
.077 Cartridge Boxes, 2340 Csp Pouches and other
16"6 Muskets, Appendage. *, a small quantity of im?
plements and miscellaneous toola
i small quantity of Scrap Iron, Brass, Leather, Rags,
2 Platform Scales, 3 Copper Pumps
1 Gray Horse.
Terms cash on the day of sale in U. S. Currency.
Time allowed for th? removal of tho property.
By authority of the Cb ie foi Ordnance.
1st Lieut Ordo, an 1 Bvt. Captain U. 8. A.
June 26 Commanding Charleston Arsenal.
WO. LD RESPECT
ru LL Y inform the
Lilies that she will
OPE"; THIS DAY A
MENT Ol' MILLI-<
NERY, of all the latost <
sud most desirable
CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS.
DRESSMAKING in ali its branches. A perfect fit
uarsnteed. STAMPING A iD EMBROIDERING
)ONE TO OLDER.
No. 303 KTNG-STBEET,
Fourth Door above Wentworth-strest,
April 16 tuths3njo Oharlestcm. -
yyiLLIS ?fc ( IIISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
(TILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
HLPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
IOTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
:. WILLIS.A. R. CBTSOLM.
I L L I A M IRWIN,
PROPRIETOR OF TBE
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.