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THE DAILY NEWS.
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HEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LABGEST CIE
COLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LEtTEBS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
*EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE KEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
TMILBS DBAKH will sell this * day,- at ten
o'clock, at bis store, corner King and Liberty
streets, shoes, dry goods, 4c.
. S^HcKiT & CAMPBELL will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their -.'salesroom, No. 136 Meeting-street,
.furniture, tobacco, &c.
' THE DALLI NEWS PHI CE CUBBEKT AHD Coar
ME2CIAL CIBCULAB will be ready for delivery at'
our counting room at nine o'clock this morn?
ing. _ _
. GOVERNOR ORB'S MESSAGE.--We have received |
. a copy in pamphlet form of Governor Orr's,
message with accompanying documents. It iti:
.clearly and neatly printed, and bears the im
..print of the Phoenix office, Columbia.
Tax Nsws AT THE SUMXES BESOBTS.-Per
- sons abbat to leave the city for the summer
should'not fail to leave their orders for THE
- D AXEr NEWS, which will be forwarded to them
- regularry 4nr any length of time. ?rice eighteen
? cents a we?k, or severity-five cents a month.
THE DAILE NEWS IN SUITJHEBVILLE.-The
"Summerville readers of THE NEWS can obtain
their papers every morning at the cigar estab?
lishment of Mr. B. Schur, in Brown's Hotel.
Arrangements have been made by which Mr.
Schur is enabled to supply early copies of THE
. NEWS to all applicants.
licPBOVESEHTS.-The smoko from the late
: fire damaged the interior painting and wood
work of Messrs. Dewing, Burkett & Co. 's'store
- to auch an extent that the proprietors have
.. removed their stock and commenced improv?
ing their establishment for the fall trade. The
r renovation willi be completed before the busi?
ness season commences.
A GEMAS BASE BALL CLUB.-The Teutonic
"cit?ians of Charleston have^at length caught
the iufection of .".base ball on tho brain," and
have taken steps Cb- organize a base ball club.
A meeting o? those'interested in the movement [
ia called to-night, at the German Eri^ineHall,
. Ja-Chalmers-street,-and afuH attendance ia re
BEBOILDLN'G.-It is.pleasing torn?te.that
--efforts are already in progress to restore the
buildings destroyed by the late fires in Meet?
ing-street. Workmen are now employed in
-clearing and restoring the passage between the
burnt stores and that occupied by Messrs. E.
. J. Dawaon'i; Co., apd it is expected that the
. work of rebuilding will be commenced at an
pearly-day.'. The "ruins of Messrs. Hohnes &
Calder's atore.are. to be rebuilt as soon as the
-owner of tho property matures nie plans.
AT A Pernio INSTALLATION of i? K officers
-'.?lect for present term of Jefferson Lodge, No.
*dL;-L 0. 0. P., on Tuesday evening, 7th inst.,
4?W3 folio wing ?were installed by M. W. G. M.
.'""Thomaa Y. Simons:
Brother ABSCHW?CHE, N. G.
' ^-Brother WTLLlAk* YOUNG, V. G.
Brother IS VAC LEE B Al AN, Rec Secretary.
. Brother JAMBS. SILCOX, Per. Sec- and Treasurer,
r Bremer W.RM1LCI?AN, Warden.
Brother Ev ARNOLD, Conductor.
.Brother JOHN T. MILLIGAN, C. D. G.
Brother B. LEVY, I. D. G.
"1 Brotter-E; C. THABIN, B. 3. N. G.
N Broker O. TiEQEMAN, L. S. N. G.
Broker W. O. MCINTYRE, B, S. 8.
Brother J. L. LUNSFORD, L. S. S.
THE GEEMAS SCH?TZENFEST closed in New
York on Monday. ' Knebel, of Williamsburg,
.-New York, was^the recipient of "the first prize,
a $1,000 bond,, given by: Chicago, he having.!
. shot a\xty-two rings-that is, only seven below
<the highest possible sto' be attained. The fea
' -tival has beenan'all. respecta a great success,
. and every way creditable to those who origin?
ated it and so admirably carried out. The next
. National Schutaenfeat is to be held in Cincin?
nati, in June, 1870. lt is stated that the live
hear which had been-donated as a prize to the
'/festival at N?wYork starved to death while the
several committees were quarrelling as to
-which should provide "him the means of sus
rtejunce. Among the winners of prizes. was
J?r-J; C. H: ClAuasan, of Charleston. His prize
...;wa3 a'fowling" pfeoe.
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THE NEW JERSEY STATE FAIS.-PREAIIUMS
AWARDED TO SOUTH CAROLIN A pos Supzaioai
rx rs VEOETABLBSPBODUOTIOXS.-We briefly
?mentioned yesterday that South Carolina had
received a prenuran.at.a strawberry festival
ihaldin New : Jersey, but the display pf the
. vegetable Idrigdom was not confined to straw
barries alone.; Among, the moat, prominent
?cj?t??butoia to. the" fair were Masara. B. J.
Quinn & Bro,, now planting on'James leland,
at the old Heyward place. These gentl?m?n
-jaent twenty different varieties of vegetables,
for which they obtained the first premiums.
Their" contributions. " t? tho fair consisted of
. -faur varieties, of potatoes, 1 package of red
onions, and one of yeAlow' skinnsd onions. The-|
"Ttfesara. Quinn are both^racticaL and theore
tica^anners, one of the brothera. being con- j
. :nected with .Professor Mapee Fertilizing Com?
pany. The land planted was heretofore ex
---c?Miv?ly .devoted to cotton.
- COTTED STATES'. COURT-THUESDAT, Juxx
D-HON. GEORGE S. ' "BREAN, PBESTDIKO.
In tte District Court.-Ex parte G: B. Larri
, !gu?, in re B. F. Peoples, a bankrupt. Petition
to establishlien. G. D. Bryan pro pet Be
. fened to B. C. Carpenter, Esq:', Registrar.
The fallowing: petitions fer final discharge
were presented by-James H. Bion. Esq., pro
^ pet, arid; on motion of G. D. Bryan, Esq., ap
'"peariug for J. H. Rion, the^cases were referred
*i?o W.. j; OlawBon, Esq., Registrar:
Ex parte Pierre" Bacot, "of - Whmsooro'; ex
parte Isaac K. James, of Monticello, 8.* C.; ex J
?tafta.'Matta w Pettigrew; of ? Monticello, S.'C.;'
ex-pirie-Nathan C:jRobortaon, of Wrnnsboro'.
Ex ?arte Hayne-D. Reed, in re Thomas W.
-Eolio way, a bankrupt. Petition for sale of
-realestale. On motion of G. D. Bryan, Esq.,
;appearing for Gar?ngton.& S?ber, propet, the
^et?oriSras referred to"Henry Summer, Esq.
;. Tba foHowing appointment of assignees, wa s
g made and approved of hythe judge : P. V. Dib
^'file for John Brown and/Adam C. Islar; Donald
. J. Auld for M. L. Harvin and John E.'Bethune;
David J. Winn for John J. Cress well, David St.
. P. DuBo?? and Richard IL Moore; IK?UB Mo
Laia for Owen P. FitzsimonsxEdwardLowndes,
;. John E. , Meister, Attce? Price and William W.
-Smith; John F. Bissellfor Hutson Lee; John
;-Campsenfor.Bichard Bu. Selby.
; Ex parte J. K. Milnor, a bankrupt, and J.
W^Heiries & Co. In bankruptcy. On motion
.o! Simons & Simons, appearing for D. C.
Ebangh, a creditor of J. W. Heines & Co., the
case was referred to R. B. Carpenter, Esq.,
In Aimiraily.--The British ship Sedbergh
ads. John Ferguson, Isaac Davis, and the
steam tag Christiana. Libels for Baivage. B.
J. Whaley & B. C. Pressley, for respondent;
Brown & Mikell, Simonton & Barker, and Por?
ter & Conner for libellants. The motion was
made and argued as to reducing the amount
of stipulation on which the vessel was to be
released under a previous order made at the
.-instance of the Sedbergh.
THE MERCUM, of yosterday, varies the mo?
notony of its editorial commendations of turtle
soup.r by s me sickly efforts to ridicule the
superior energy and enterprise of THE- DAILY.
NEWS. It has been so rare a thing wita the
Mercury to receive special dispatches from any
quarter, that a< little nervousness in regard to
the priority and exclusive ownership of those
which have receitly appeared upon its bulle?
tin is quito natural If in future the Mercury's
reporters will promptly copy the advices given
on our big slate, whose black face they profess
so sincerely to almire, we. eau promise them
'that Meeting-street will feel much obliged for
the information, and the Mercury will achieve
a reputation for enterprise and Accuracy to
which it would otherwise vainly aspire.
THE MASONIC LEOTOBE.-The Hibernian Hall
was well filled jester "ay evening long before
the procession arrived. The Lodp.es met by
agreement at the Masonic Hali, donned their
regalia, and, aco?mpanierl by the Post Band,
proceeded to the Hall. The Rev. M. HT Myers,
who delivered the Ieoture, is well known as
the pastor of the Jewish Synagogue, and
the principal pf a large and flourishing
seminary in this city. He handled his subject
in a masterly manner, and was frequently ap?
plauded by the'audience. First touching on
the antiquity of Masonry, and showing that it
had descended to the present time without
change, he explained the symbols used by
the Order, and showed that it was founded on
reUgious principles ! The orator then detailed
the advantages of Masonry, and spoke of its
extension over every portion of the civilized
world. None of the mysteries, however, were
unveiled, and some of the curious were slight?
ly disappointed, as they had expected that the
lecture would give a psepbehind the scenes.
BEAL ESTATE SISLES.-MesPis. Leitch &
Bruns sold yesterday for Jamos W. Gray,
Master in Equity, a tract of land near Mount
Holly Station,-on tie'Northeastern Railroad,
twenty-one miles from Charleston, and heavily
wooded, for $700. Also, a lot and buildings on
the south-side of Pinckney-street, measuring
seventy-four feet two inches front by eighty
five feet deep, for $1205.
Also a lot and buildings on the south side of
Pinckney-street, adjoining theabove, measuring
front sixty-two feet; back sixty-one feet nine
inches, cost eighty-five feet ten iuMies, and
weat eighty-five feet four inches, for $1131.
Each of th? above sales was made for cue-fif th
cash, balance in one, two three and lour years.'
M'easra. Leitch 4 Bruns also sold a lot and
'buildings near the southeast corner of Spring
and President streets, measuring front thirty
six feet, back thirty-eight feet, east one hun?
dred and seventy-seven, feet, and west one
.hundred and seventy-six feet six inches for
$1300. One-third caah, balance in one, two j
and three years.
CITY COUNCIL.-A special meetiaz of the
City Council was held last evening. Present
His Honor Mayor Cogswell, and Aldermen
Geddings, Cunningham, Potter, Lindstrom,
Cade, Wh?den, Adams and ?Icore.
The Mayor, Colonel Cogswell, in taking the
chair, said that it was not necessary for him
to read the order relieving him from duty and
appointing Mr. Clark, os it had already been
published, but he did wish to say a few words
bef?te retiring. He said that the office of
Mayor of Charleston was made his duty, and
was not his desire, but he had worked bard, and
without cessation, to advance the good of the
city. If he had not been successful in all he un?
dertook, it had not been his fault, or for want of
trying. He desired particularly to thank the
'citizens of Charleston for th? consideration
they had shown him, also the city press, who
had always discussed his official actions with
courtesy and treated himself with kindness.
.To the Board of Aldermen ho siso returned
his hearty thanks; In regard to the incoming
Mayor he said that he was sure that Mayor
Clark'would make the city an excellent Clief
" Magistrate, and that his actions would soon
show the correctness of. his opinion.
Colonel Cogswell, who spoke with great feel?
ing, then lett the chair, which waa taken by
Mayor ?lark. ' ' .
Alderman .Whilden rose and spoke'as fol?
-'Jfr. Mayor and Members of ike City Council:
'In parting with one with whom I have been
officially .associated so pleasantly for over four,
months-in a trying position-"it is meet and
'proper that he should carry with h'm some
testimonial of his service, >f that service has
been performed faithfully, and ti the best of
his ability; if otheiwise, then silence would
best indicate our appreciation. '
Placed in charge of the municipal affairs of
the city at a true when the citizens and tax?
payers were powerless, his actions have been
carefully scanned and his administration would
have been assailed and condemned had'the
smallest opportunity .been given. Opposed as
lam to the principle that placed him here; I
cordially,-on behalf of myself, and the majori?
ty of those gentlemen who were for a longer
time associated with him than any noir in this
room, tender to Colonel Cogswell the thanks of
the old Council, and I trust also of the entire
oommnnity, for the impartial manner in which
he has administered the affairs of the city.
If error has been committed, it has been of
the head a d .not of the heart; and few mou
could have filled the office, under existing cir?
ca .i. L-vnces, more acceptably to the people of
?Ch /.m;- I believe.that my remarks will
meei - j-...tty. response and the approval of the
present Council."-. Therefore, bs it
Beso 'ced, 'That in parting with Colonel M.
Cogswell, as Mayor of Charleston, he carries
with him our best wishes for his success and
He theo offered the following resolution,
$hich, the rules being suspended, was unani?
mously/adopted : 1
Besolned, That the sum of one thousand dol?
lars be-placed-to the credit^ of Mrs. M. Cogs?
well in the First National Bank of Charleston,
and a copy of the preamble and resolutions of?
fered this: evening be presented to her as a tes?
timonial of the appreciation of this bodv and of
the comnraniry for the services of Colonel Cogs?
well while acting Mayor of Charleston.
Alderman Clark then addressed Couucil, and
In taking upon myself the onerous and re
sponsible position'?LMayor, by military ap?
pointment, pot knowing that I snail have* time
.to complete any reformatory measures tqat
may be commenced, any ana all remarks arc.
perhaps, surjeifiuoua; consequently, I shall con?
tine myself to aa few and general observations
ras possible. The- financial condition of the
city having so recently been brought to your
notice, ana sundi-y measures for its improve?
ment having beo? 'inaugurated, I feel it ray
duty to urge on the good work to final comple?
tion. Desiring to see this city improve, her
inhabitants prosperous and happy, it should he
my most earnest effort to so direct its govern?
ment, however short my term of office, that
when we leave our position for regularly elect?
ed incumbents, our fellow-citizens shall "not,
in their rejoicings at the return of civil rights
and privileges, reproach us- with not having
faithfully performed our self-imposed and,
sometimes, thankless labor.
There "teing no further business, the Coun
cil adjourned, and Aldermen Lindstrom and
Cade were duly Bworn in.
THE?>-rxE2> STATES DISTRICT COCBT-HON.
GEO. S. BETAK PBESIDINO.-In the subjoined
opinion .of Judge Bryon upon a questiou sub?
mitted by "VT.- J. dawson, Esq., Registrar of
the Fourth Congressional District, as to the
fee of counsel being allowed Out of tbe estate
of a bankrupt in an issue of involuntary bank?
ruptcy, published Thursday, there was a typo?
graphical error, and we accordingly republish
it in correct shape :
Ex porte Wilson & Witherspoon, attorneys,
in re Moore & Moore, creditors, vs. Daniel TVil
liams, defendant and bankrupt.
The Court in this case concurs in the con?
clusion and recommendation of the Registrar,
for the reasons stated by him, and other con?
siderations, which seem to have weight.
The analogous case in which counsel fees
are allowed in our State Courts in Chancery is
that of a creditor's bill against the insolvent
estate of a deceased person. Now, ia contem?
plation of law, ?a. far as bis property is con?
cerned, the bankrupt ie dead. He ia no longer
entitled to-control over it, or the distribution
of it. 'It ia assets' id the possession of the
Court to be administered by the agency of an
assignee for the equal benefit of all creditors,
not preferred and protected by liens-and such
lien creditors secured in their liens, as in the.
case of an estate of a deceased insolvent. Ia
every successful prosecution ot a suit tn invol?
untary bankruptcy, the result is, that the de?
fendant declared a bankrupt is deprived of bis
property, and it becomes an estate held for tho
benefit bf his cr?ditas. The creditors' peti?
tion is inevitably, in all such cases, substan?
tially a creditors' bill against a deceased in?
solvent. SUCH creditor is the champion cer?
tainly of all creditors, who either at the time
of the suit or after its successful prosecution
choose to avail themselves of its benefits.
They are at liberty at any time to come in
and profit by it. Shall they do so without mak?
ing the equal contribution to the expenses of I
the suit (as in oui- Courts of Chancery), which
bas secured them a share in the bankrupt's
estate ? And shall the creditor, who bas (as in
this case) rescued the estate, and made the
fund mr the benefit of. the general creditors,
b j alone excluded from the common benefi: ?
Shall he who is thus a common benefactor be
made a martyr and a scapegoat? Shall he
bear the whole burden and reap scarcely any
if any-benefit ? Not certainly if the Bankrupt
Act is founded in justice, and its pohcy to be
- There is a very cogent reason why any sin?
gle creditor should feel at liberty to prosecute
without the fear of having his claim swallowed
up bv the expenses of the suit, even when suc?
cessful. The act contemplates fraud as the
Sound of prosecution iu a great variety of
rms. Instant aclioa by one creditor in a
precise. locality, separated from other credi?
tors, and without opportunity ot counselling
with them,. ?B necessary for the efficient ad?
ministration of the law, and the protection of |
the whole body of creditors. To vait for time
for consultation would, in numerous in?
stances, be to lose the golden moment and let
the fraudulent .debtor go free. There should
be no hindrance to any creditor acting
promptly under such circumstances. On the
contrary, he should be permitted and invited
to play the part of champion of those in com?
mon interest with him; to become the guardian
of those who, from ignorance or absence,'can?
not take care .of themselves. How can this
be, when the paralyziug thought is ever pre?
sent to his mind, that when he bas maintained
the justice of the act, and secured the benefi?
cent end ooniemplatedby.it, lie is to be pun?
ished and not rewarded for his zeal, activity
.That when he has brought conviction to the
fraudulent debtor, and rescued property in the
act of transition, or the debtor, himself, in the
act of escape, he is to be mulcted for ali bis
pains and expenses, and others, and not him?
self to reap the full benefit of labors and sacri?
fices sanctioned by the act, and essential to its
And let it -be noted that it is only when
successful that the petitioning creditor can ask
his fellow-creditors to contribute anything.
He takes upon himself all the hazards and bur?
dens of defeat. It is only when BuccessfoLland
the creditors elect to snare in thc benefits of
his success, be asks them, in due proportion,
to share the cost of it, and thoa equalize the
.benefit and burden. And be is paid out of an
estate in which the bankrupt-ns.in the case
of an estate of a deceased insolvent-baa no
interest. For, as has been said before, the
bankrupt, so far as bis property is concerned,
is ad a deceased insolvent. His property has
ceased to be his, and, henceforth, it is to be
adminstered BS an estate.
Another important consideration entering
into the determination of this question is that
the measure of. the counsel fee is not left to
counsel and client. Whether a fee should be
allowed, and for what amount, is to be deter?
mined by the court, and is a question addressed
to its equity.
The judge, in coming to bis conclusion in
this matter, is aided by the fact that much of
the labor to be compensated is done in bis
Of this, the highest form of service, he is sup?
posed to be a competent judge.
If not fully inrormed, he takes counsel
through the proper officer of the court, of the
value of the whole services rendered, and does
not allow the fee unless satisfied that full value
has been given in the service rendered.
The estate of the creditor is thus protected
against any possible sinister speculation of
client and counsel, or any innocent fanciful
valuation that counsel might attach to their
services, and clients might be disposed to al?
low, if permitted, without restraint, to tax the
estates of bankrupts.
Upon very full consideration, and after much
deliberation, it is ordered that the report of
lux. Register Claws on be confirmed.
lt is also ordered that he report to the court
what, in his judgment, is a proper counsel fee
in this case, and that if there is any doubt up?
on the amount, that he take evidence upon
the question, and submit with his judgment
to the court.
[Signed] GEORGE S. BRYAN,
United States Judge District of S. Carolina.
HOTEL ABBIYALS.-JULY9.-Charleston Hotel.
Lieut. Babit Fletcher, U. S. A.; A. J. Winter
ton, New York; B. B. Gary, Augusta, Ga.; J.
E. Wilson, U. S. A.; C. N. Averill, city; H. H.
Latham, Augusta; J#S. Phillips, Charlotte; J*
A. Smith, Concord, N. C.; J. H. Hollings wood,
Pavilion Hotel-li. L. Frank, South Caro?
lina; Wm. Y. Paxton, Sumter, S. C.; Jesse Car?
ter, Florida; A.- Peal, Williamsburg; Miss C.
A. Hamblin, Beaufort; P. K. Coburn, Summer?
The Chamber ox* Commerce.
To the Editor of the Daily News :
In your published "Beport of the Delega?
tion of the j?oar? of Trade of Charleston' to
the Convention of Boards of Trade recently
held at Philadelphia, the following passage
" It is to be regretted that the ancient Cham?
ber of Com nerce of this city did not, too, have
her representatives at this convention." .
The appreciation which T am eure our Cham?
ber of Commerce bas for the tender solicitude
thus expr?s jed, obliges me to remind our
friends that the "Chamber'' has an "ancient"'
custom, to which, I trust, she will adhere, viz:
not to go where she is not aaked.
A. 0. ANDREWS,
President Chamber Commerce.
If you want cheap Blink Eook3;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
Ii you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
rulinj,.go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 53 Broad
DELAY KO LOXGEE in procuring au improved
kerosene stove, if you would save expense ami do ali
your cooking without heating rue hou-e in sumccr.
No servant required. AU the ladies are using them,
They can be had ai J. B. Duval & S JU, Nr. 337 Eiug
CHOICE GUEE? ASD BLACK TLAS, one dollar
per pound, nt Wilson's grocery, northwest comer
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered ire?.
NEW ?ORK AND LIVERPOOL
EXCHANGE ON NEW ?OBK AND B.?N'K OF
GOLD COIN. For salo br
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k 00.
Jnly 8 wfin Imo
KM OVA Xs.
H. K LATTE & CO.
Hive removed from
Sb. 203 TO No. 185 EAST BAY,
CORNEE OF LODGE ALLEY.
July C mwf
JAMES McKEAN has removed from No. 09
Calhoun-street to No. 53 ANSON-STREET, one door
below Wentworth, and is now ready to fill all orders.
July 1 wfjnlnio
BR?NING.-Died, on tue. 7th instant, ANNA
GERTRUDE, infant daught??: of JOHKH. and ELIZA
BBUKTKO. aged one year, three months, and twenty
83* The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quain tances of the Parents are respe ^fuT-y invited
ta attend the Funeral Services This Afternoon, at
Four o'clock, from their residence. No. 1 Liberty
st'eet. July 10
?S* CONSIGNEES PEP. STEAMSHIP SEA
G?LL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that
she is This Day discharging cargo at tfier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at sun?
set will remain on wharf at consignees'risk.
MORDECAI & CO., Agents.
SS- PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERA
TIVE ASSOCIATION, having for its object to iur
nisbing its members and th? public with the neces?
saries of life, unadulterated and of good quality, for
immediate cash payment, and from the profits of |
such business to accumulate capital for its mem?
bers, ore now thoroughly organized and doing a
thriving business. The Capitol Stock of this Associ?
ation is limited by charter to (500) Five Hundred
Shares of ($2?0 00) Two Hundred and Sixty Dollars
each, piyable in par funds of One Dollar per"week.
Any white, person, a resident of South Carolina,
shall be eligible for membership after complying
wl;h the requirements of the constitution.
No member sholl be alloted to subscribe for more
than one share in bis or her\iudi vidual name.
The Board of Management ai their quarterly state?
ment to the Association shall est'mate the profits of j
the business for the quarter then closing, and shall
distribute the same in the following proportion, viz:
Thirty-three and one-third per cent. (33H) of said
profit to the shareholders in rates to the amount at
the credit of their respective shares.
Sixty-six and two-thirds per cent. (66;i) of said
profit to the credit of the shareholders in rates to
.the amount of their purchases at the store of the As?
sociation for the quarter*then ending.
It is provided, however, that all such dividends
shall be passed to the ere l t of their respective
shares until tire foll amount of two hundred and
sixty dollars be paid in, and then such shares shall
be cancelled, the dividends to be paid by the Board
by droits upon the Treasurer.
Tb* advantage of belog a shareholder in this Asso?
ciation ls evident, and eau only be surpassed by the
anticipated success of the future.
Certificates of Stock may be had and instalmen's
paid at the Co-operative Grocery Store; Market
street, No. 107, to W. H. WELCH. Storekeeper; S.
THOMAS. President; JAS. J. GRACF, Secretary
and Treasurer. _
ALBERT O. STONE,
JOHN F. MAHER.
June 26 Committee Board of Management.
?.WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH YOU ?
This ls the familiar question put to every invalid.
In many cases the answer is, "I don't know exactly,
but I don't feel welL" Look at the countenance of ?
the man or woman who makes this reply, and you
will generally find that the eyes aro dull and lustre?
less, the complexion sallow, the cheeks flaccid, and
the whole expression of the face dejected. Interr??
gale the invalid.more closely, and you will discover
tint constipation, the result of,a disordered stomach
and a torpid liver, is at the bottom of the mischief.
"That's what's the matter." Whoever has expe?
rienced the effects of IA RR A NI'S EFFERVESCENT
SILTZER APEEIhNT In such cases, need not to be
told to recommend lt as a remedy.
' TARRANT & CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278
Greenwich and No. 100 Warren streets, New York,
Sold by all Druggist. 3moa 22 July 6
JO-A FACT WORTH KNOWING.-THE
best investment for on invalid, who suffers from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bottle, of PAKE
KIN'S Hepatic Bitters, 03 lt will be sure to give relief.
For sale by all Druggists* . f
. ?3-C0NJCGAL LOVfe, AND THE HAPPI
NESs OF TR CE MARRIAGE.-Essays for Young
Men on the Enors, Abuses and Diseases which de?
stroy the Manly Powers and create impediments to
Marriage, with sure, means of relief. Sent in sealed
letter envelopes free o: charge. Address HO WA BD
ASSOCIATION, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa.
. May 20_3mo
j?y BATCHELOR'S HAIR D?E.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantaneous; no dlsappoiitmeut; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects ot bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; an
properly applied at Batchelors.Wig Factory, No.
Bond-street, New York. lyr January
J8S-NEW SIABR1AGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Men. on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impediment* to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
of charge.. Address Dr. J. SEILLLN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
Q H . SASS,
1 ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SOLIOITOR IN EQUITY.
A3" Office Ho. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. May 8
rjlU? OLD ESTABLISHED
RET-AIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 3? KING-SIREET,
Between Society-street and George-street. '
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICE?.
JOHX VAX WINKLE.
January 21 tuthsfrnos No. 3? Sins-street
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST EXD OF DEAUFAIN-STREE1.
Having rebuilt hi.' STEAM SAW MILL, is now pre?
pared to execute ali orders tor SHIPPING and CITY
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHX H. STElX-MEYfSK,
May 3 Wed end of Beau?uu-srreet.
iy iLLIS di CHISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AKD " '
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUROHASZ, ?ALE AND
SHIPMENT ?to Foreign aud Domestic Ports; ot
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C. .
E.WILLIS. ...A. B. CETSOLM.
J_> M. MARSHALL d? BROTHER.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, fcc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
JSS~Auction cf HORSES, FU3N1TUBE, fcc, ever*
Wednesday. October Ia
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. S5 MARKET-STREET.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Where may b? found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROLIC AND DRESS ?OATS, Shirrs, Un
dercbirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boors, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Tnmks, Carpet Baja.
Valises, fcc. Februarys
"piROST, BLACK ? CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer-* in, aud Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVEBY VARIETY.
Ko. 73 Bowery, near CannL?strect,
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings furnish?
ed at tue shortest notice. All Goods purchased of
our House guaranteed as roprerentcd.
May 1 fmwSmos
A LIVING LEATE.
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter, "I die daily." mm* The object of this arti?
cle ' is not to remind imf him of his pang?, but
to .show him how to ban I ish them forever. The
iuearis of immediate and permanent relief are prof?
fered him in
And it is for him to say whether he will continue to
endure a living death, or put himself in a posiUon to
"render life enjoyable.
.Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stomachic
ore to be found in every city and town in the South;
healthy men and wo m men, rescued from
torture by its use, and A eager to bear testimo?
ny to its virtues. It differs from any other
Bitters ia existence iu this especial particular-it ls
EXCHANGE PAIN FOR EASE,
Aud Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ailments
which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom and des?
pondency to the winds; take a stronger hold of life
and, in short, become a
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor?
PANKM.VS HEPATIC BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and aU
the complaints which proceed from a want of proper
action in the liver, the stomach and the bowels, are
eradicated by a course of this great
Which not only combats and conquers diseases
that have entrenched t emselves m the system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy in?
fluences. Per? ons wh ai ose occupations and
pursuits subject them fVI to the depressing ef?
fects of a close, unwh I vi olesome atmosphere,
should toke it regularly as a protection against the
low fevers and other disorders which malaria engen?
ders. Individuals who are
Without any special complaint, except a gradual,
decimation of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BITTERS A FOUNTAIN OF VITAL?
ITY AND VIGOR. AS REFRESHING AND EXHLLI
RATING AS A POOL IN THE DESERT TO THE
SAND-SCORCHED AND FAINTING TRAVELLERS.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or. as they are me?
dicinally termed, Extracts; of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely tree from alcoholic admixture of any
kind. Th?y will be lound
AN UNFAILING CURE
For Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chro<
nie or Nervous De m M bllity. Chronic Eis
eases of the Kidneys, IC and all Diseases ari
s'ng from a Disorder l\ cd Liver or Stomach,
Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
Acid'ty of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Ford Fullness or Weight iu the
Stomach, Sour Erurtatlous, Sinking
Or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difiicult
Breathing, nattering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs beiore the
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin,and Eyes, Pain in thc
, Side, Back,' Chest, Limbs, etc.,
Sudden-Flushes of Heat,
Burning In the Flesh,
ings of Evil and "
Keep your Liver in e ? order-keep your di
geelive organs in a so IVJ und, healthy condltloi
by the use of these re ll medies, and" no disease
will ever ass iii you.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the us> of the^e Bitters.
Recovering from any severe attack of sickos, will
lind these Bitters peculiarly useful in restoring lost
strength, by removing the cause of oebiiity and ia
creasing the appetite. They should take a teaspoon?
ful three tim s a day, mixed wiih a little water.
The H-. patic titters are also recommended to those
suffenu"r with. Chills and Fevers, when lt caa be
taken in connection with other remedies presaged
tor such complaints, and villi assi-t tbe action ot
these medicines, supplyirg th-i tysteua with the
much needed strength lost under the debilita.lng
effects ol malaria upon th ? cousutution. 3 he dos*
iu such cases, tora grown person, would, be a table
spcontul three times a day, Immediately before
Dvfrpeptics should never be without a bottle of
HEPATIC BIT1ER-, as they bare been uniformly
lound to restore the stomach to its lost energies, aud
thus lead the f aiisnt back to the enjjyment of the
blessing ox perfert heai'.h. They should take a des
sett spoonful thr e tim*os a day, an hour tei'ore esch
mea'..' These Eitt:-rs are also recommended to phy.
siciaus, and eau be us;J by them ia lieu ol' othT
tonics, such os 'lice:. Columbo, Tinct. Bari, linet.
Genia:-., iud all the cat a ftlOgUfa of bitter tonics;
far excelling those in its I action Upon the sy.it tn,
being u combination of I many useful tonics and
aromatic carmiaativ.d, which ors readci\.d aperieu:
by tneadT iou of a Kile Turi:-y Rhubarb, mating
u preparativa 1OD(J needed bv tu.- profes-l. u.
See that ?'ae signature C. F. PANKNIN is on the
label of each bottle, mm All others are coun?
terfeits. Principal Of EVI ike au*! Manufactory
at the German Modi Iva cine Store, No. 123
MEE?ING-3TB.EET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. F. PANKWIN, Proprietor.
HEGELIAN & CO., No. 203 Droadway, N. Y.,
PanVniti's Hepatic Bitters, per bottle.SI 00
Pauknin's Hepatic Bitters, balFdozen.. 5 CO
J?pDo not forget to examine well the article you
buy in order to get the genuine.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUSGISTS AND DEALERS
EN MEDICINES EVERYWHERE.
LOOK AT THEIR?CES !
LOOK AT THE PEKES TO WHICH WE
HAYE MARKED OTTS STOCK OF LIGHT
WOOLLENS AND LINENS MADE FOR THIS
SEASON'S TRADE, AND SEE WITH HOW
LITTLE HONEY YOU CAN PURCHASE A
COOL AND COMFORTABLE SUIT MADE
IN THE BEST MANNER.
FINE MIXED CASSIMEBE SETT-SACK,
PAKTS AND VEST.? 16 00
SCOTCH CASSIMEBE SUIT-SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 17 00
FINE DARK MIXED CASSIMEBE SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 18 00
FINE INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 19 00
SILK MIXED CASSIMEBE SUIT-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST. 20 00
BLACK D'ETE SUIT-SACK, PANTS AND
VEST....R. 15 00
BLACK TRICOT SACK.10 00
LIGHT FRENCH FLANNEL SACK. 4 60
BLACK ALPACA SACKS. 2 60 to 5 00
LOT OF FANCY CASSIMEBE SACKS-for?
merly sold at $9 00 to $12 00-now. 7 00
LOT OF MIDDLESEX CASSIMEBE SACKS.. 6 00
FANCY CASSIUERE PANTS. coo
GBEY FLANNEL PANTS AND VESTS. 4 00
GBEY FRANKEL SACK AND PANTS. C CO
COTTON ADE SUITS-SACK ANT
PANTS.$3 50 to SG 00
WHITE DUCK SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND
HEAVY WHITE DUCK SUIT-SACK, PANTS
ANT) VEST.. 16 00
BBOWN DUCK AND LINEN SACKS.... 2 00 to 6 00
BROWN DCCK AND LINEN PANTS.... 1 00 to 4 00
BROWN DUCK AND LINEN VESTS.... 100 to 2 60
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS. 2 50 to 6 00
GEMLEJIEA'S FURNISHING GOODS.
8ILK AND GAUZE MERINO UNDERSHIRTS
AND DRAWERS, LINEN, MUSLIN AND JEAN
DRAWERS.-HOSIERY, GLOVES, TIE?, SCARFS,
BOWS, COLLABS, &C, tc.
WHITE SHIRTS at $2 00, $2 50 and S3 00.
ag- ONE PRICE.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS lc PARKER,
No. ?70 KING,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 87 C.
SPRING JUD MM CLOTHING.
No. ?Ol KOC.STKKET,
CORNER OF WENTWORTH.
A Lu\}e and wei! selecta] Sto:k o?.
FINE AND MEDIUM QUALITIES
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
For Men, Youths and Beys,
Is oi'ereJ a1: LOW PRICE?, to which the attention
of buyers is c'.rcs?ed.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
SILK, COIIGN, LISLE THREAD A>D GAUZE
MERINO UNDER SHIRTS
JEAN DRAWERS, ol superior mik*
ALL VARIETIES OF SCARFS
BOWS, NECK TIES
STOCKS. GLOVES, kc.kc,
THE STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
Sotei !*:: thrlr fittfns Dualities ?.nd superior work
COLLAR?, of aU tue prevailing styles, such as
EL DORADO, THALBURG
EGBERT, kc , kc, kc.
Supplied with an elegant assortment of
IMPORTED A ND-DOMESTIC
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES AND VESTINGS,
Which will bs made up to order under the care of a
FIRST-CLASS FRENCH CUTTER.
A visit to the S.tore is solicited, and the Stock will
be .-bown with pleasure.
Prices nzed and marked on ea*, h article lu plain
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
June 9 Imo
Sale this day of Furniture of a Family leaving
McKAY & CAMPBELL
So. 136 Meeting-street,
Will aell. THIS DAY, (Friday), at 10 o'clock,
SUPERIOR F?BNT1UBE, Mattresses, Tobacco,
Scales, Hats, kc.
T-rtns cajh._ July 10
Boots, Shoes, <\c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock I will* sell at my
Stow, corner.of King and Liberty streete,
40 casts BOOTS AND SHOES jost received,
Cases Men's CALF P. S. BOOTS, Calf and Buff
Brosans, Balmorals, Malakoffs, Oxford Ti? Ac.;
Women's Morocco and Buff Bootees, 3-7 and 6-9.
A large variety of Ladies', Misses' and Churen'a
SHOES, in cartoons.,
At half-past 10 o'clock, I will sen,* _ ,
A splendid assortment of DRS GOODS, w H (TH
GOOD2, Hosiery, Notions, kc.
An invoice of CO Al S, PASTS, Vests and Hats.
V) i A Iv o ST^^I^X^TO^IT"^^
GOLD. MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEE?
- AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOfr MADE,
OVEB BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 7 H. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE B ALTIMORE-STRELT,
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 satistu-tory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor .Or?
gans always on hand from $00 to$300.
REFEEEEfl WHO HAVE OtTS PIANOS IS USE:
General Robert E. Lee, lexington. Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. O.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Barwell k Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakosch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, 8. C.
April 23 Cmos
WM. KNABE & CO.,
OF " ' e
PI'ANO F O B T E S T
April ?0 ^__;_ * 6mo
H. GRUPT ?V CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STEEET,
F. H. GBUPY.H. G. CURTA!
April 20 _ 6moa
JAMES KNOX.JOB? GILL
KNOX & GILL,
COTTON F AC TORS
GENEBAL COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
No. 125 SMIIH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignants of COTTON, RICE, t?C; respect
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CO BN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention. ?
April 27 ._12mos?
WU- I. EIE?IAN.HENEY P. TE MA 5, IS.
TTJ'M. J. REEJIAX & SON,
Vi -" :
PACKING HOUSE. TERBE-HAUT?" ll^IANX!""^
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
No. 371 TT. BALTIMOXESTREE
(Opposite Eutaw non??], Baltimore,
Offer fop sale full nMortinent ot BACON.POBK sad.
LARD; also th?
.ciebrated ORANGE BRAN o SSSM
cured by themselves. 3nios* " April! I
Q.EORGE H. GA1TH?R, JR., ?Sc CO.,
COTTON FACTO BS
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT^
No. 1 Camden.street, Baltimore.
Libera', cash a.?vanees on consignments.
Q.R1FFIN, BROTHER ?Si CO.,
April 22 Cmos
E. Atrsrni JENKINS. ALFBED JESSET, ra.
EOEEBT H. JENKINS.
-pTDW. JENKINS & SONS.
IHTOBTEBS AND il? ALEES 15
SADDLERY AND^O?CH MATEBIALS4
v NO. I?0 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 52 Cmos Baltimore, K .
\^t.HSE.\,t.VKKULL?tU. - **''
PR ES EE VE RS, PICKLERS, OYSTER PACKERS, Ac.
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BURDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company*
Top Dressing ! Top Dressing !
PHATE OF LIME.
COTTON, COHN, WHEAT AND'GENERAL CROPS.
A S AT'ip DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
.A. THIS FERTILIZER cannot be excelled. It
may he used before or after the planting of the crop;
for even whea applied as a top dressing, it cannot be
lost by evaporation, as cone of its constituents are
volatile. I: may be applied at each hoeing of cotton,
and m the hills during the cultivation ot corn and
olier crop:. When crops have been previoaslv
manured In the usual way, and found to 62 of slug?
gish growth, it may be augmented by the use of this
This Fertilizer ha? been successfully used through?
out the Southern States daring the pm fifteen
Foe full amlyses of MAPEV NITEOGENIZED
SUPER-PHO?PdATE OF LIME, letters frompromi
csat Planters throughout the State of South Carolina,
and anulysea of crops, see descriptive pamphlets,
fl hieb, will ',e furnished free of charge ; and all
orders filled bv H. VT. KINSMAN,
.-OLE* AGENT FOE SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 13 No. 1?3 East Bay.
OO K, A NU JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PA "EE, kc, direct from manufacturera,
and will execute all orders for
E?U? ASD JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large fonts of type, will contract for the.
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if left at No. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
Mav I> JAS- W. MCMILLAN,