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JHE DAILY NEWS.
ggf* LABOESI CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
? RECOGNIZED AB HAVT5G TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE Orri OP CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OE LETTERS REMAIN?
ING TN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEES, ACCORDING TO THE PRO VIS?
SIONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
N. HUNT & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, boots, shoes,
B, M. TWAWITTAT.T, A BROTHES w?l sell at half
past 10 o'clock, at their offiee, No. 88 Broad
street, motes, horses, ftc.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, No. 186 Meeting-street, furni?
ture, groceries, ?Xe.
THE BELLS OT ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH will
be tolled this afternoon, from half-past four
?o'clock to half-past five o'olock, during the ap?
proach to the church of the funeral procession
ot the Hon. Edward Frost, late db airman of
the Vestry._ '
,- MEETING or THE BAR.-The members of the
legal fraternity are requested to meet at the
Equity Courtroom thia morning at ten o'clock,
on business of importance.
MUSIC ON THE BATTERY.-There will be an?
other treat offered to tile public this afternoon,
as the band will perform on the Battery from
. half-past fire to half-past seven o'clock.
PAPERS' AT SUMMERVILLE.-Mr. Scaur will
supply THISB?JJSEWS to transient or regu?
lar customers at Horbachs Holen/immediately
. after the arrival of the morning train from
Charleston. ? - - -
WARDS Nos. 1 AND 3.-The adjourned meet?
ing of the Democratic Clubs .of these wards
will be held to-night, and a special attendance
ia roques ted, aa business of importance will be
considered. . - - r .
CHANGE or Tm ar SAXZ?NO.-It will be Been
by a notice in another column, that the time (
of the"sailing of the ship Prometheus has j
? boon changed to Friday, the 24th, at ll J o'clock.
THE CHATHAM RAILROAD.-In the North
Oarofln? Senate on Friday ah ac t to extend, this
railroad to the South Carolina State line, near
Charaw, was conaidered, -but finally postponed
until Thursday next' -
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HQ J , FOB ! GEOEOETOWIT DISTHTOT.-Those
.persons interested will notice that the steamer
Marion, Captain J. -/Foster,. will" leav^ for j
Wright's El off and all intermediate landings on |
the S&ntee River on Friday- night.
MORE' T.tanT AND LESS PAY.- Tho.Gas Com
.Daay,with a commendable liberality, have re
-duc?d the price of gas from six dollars per one
thoraand feet to five dollars. This redua?jB*
will bring j oy to many who ware accustomed to j
dread tho sight of agaa bi IL
THE JIOTUAL- Arn ASSO?LAIIOK.-The con
- cert inlaid of the Ladies''Mutual Aid-Associa?
tion ia postponed to Wednesday, August 5, in
?order thai the musical, arrangements and the.
-.programme may be made so perfect as to
cause it to be the great event, of the concert
.season. . _
THE. MASS MEETJ3KL-~A mass meeting of
the Democrats of Charleston will be held on
Friday'night, at 8 o'clock,. _at the Hibernian
Hall, to receive the reports of the delegates to
tJje.National...Convey ratify the pro
?ceer?mgs and nominations. The whole ojty is
- nowfairi^arouae<L and the meeting will be
'euarraone as bas not been seen in Charleston
: since the dose of theiwar.^
THE MtrNicTP.AL ELECTIONS.-If the bill for
? tho regulation of municipal elections, introduo
. ed on Monday, be pushed through the' Legisla?
tura at once, as is expected, the Charleston <
- city elections will take place within thirty days, i
- This proves the necessity of thorough and im
mediate organization. "The first victory of the
." Democracy m -this campaign must be won at
the city elections. -,
'OWING TO THE threatening aspect of the 1
r wat har tho meeting advert?s ed to take' place
last . ?vening at the Citadel .Square Baptist (
Church-, in behalf of the Furman University, |
. of Greenville, South Carolina, was postponed. 1
. Dad notice will be given 'when the meet- _
iag will be ?called, and it is hoped that a large \
- attendance of the friends of education will be i
?secured.' . 1
ANOTHER. DEMOCHATIO CLUB.-One by one j
?the different wards;have wheeled into hue and \
< have organized Democratic clubs. The voters
-of Ward'?fo. i are requested to meet at the Ma- d
sonloHaQ, at 8 o'clock to-night, for this pur- I
.poee. It?B tull time that all lethargy should r
be -thrown off and a thorough organization [
effected. Ward No. 7 has as yet made
-no attempt to join the Democratic ranks, but
?it ia never too late to uisnd, and a meeting T
should be called at once and a dub formed. T
?'DISCOVERT OF A FOSSIL.-The workmen en
' gaged in digging tho foundations for a house d
on 8m?tb-?ir?et,_near, Queen, recently discov- &
er ed several bone? embedded in the earth some [
distance from the surfao?. Curiosity was ex?
ited, and they soon exhumed tho entire skele?
ton of a cow. The bead and every bone was c
'.perfact, and. as this portion of the street is F
.made -land, it is supposed that the remains
were those of : some cow who became bogged 0
when the city was in ita infancy and the *'
marsh extended to this spot. u
TBS THUNDER STORM.-The lightning yes- I
terday waa unusually severe. , Near the South 0
i Carolina Railroad depot, at the time that the
; sharp crushing clap of thunder was heard tl
throughout the elly, one of the telegraph poles ti
was struck and one of the cross-arms split, the ^
wires falling to the ground. The plastering
- near the arresters at -the railroad office was
-cracked, and at the main office in Mee ting -
- street tile wires weira thrown tempera ruy out
. of order.. It: is reported that the arch of a
. chimney in Recd-stroet was struck and knock?
ed down by the lightning.
HOTEL AERT7ALS-July 21~C7iarlesion EoleU
J. W; Browning, Bamberg; J. G. Cooly, Balti?
more; H. Chairamp, New York; P.,A. .Walsh,
Columbia; S. W. Wight, Savannah;-H. V. L.
Sprigg, Columbia; 8. H. H?ge, U. S. A.; R. E.
Singletary, Wv T. J. 0. Woodward, South
Carolina; A. B. Gray, Philadelphia; J. S. M.
Hill, Raleigh; George M. Wells, Indiana; B. M.
Whitman and M. L. Perreneau, Beaufort, 8. C.
Pavilion Hctet.-C. W. Johnson, South Caro?
lina; C. H. McLeod, Bamberg; G. Holmes,
Beaufort; J.' H. Keels, Gourdin's; Mrs. Charles
Doherty, Atlanta,'Ga.; W. J. Lee, Kings tr ce.
A WHIRLWIND.-Out of the south cometh
-the whirlwind, and those persons wbo were
noartbe courthouse about noon yesterday had
an opportunity -of realizing the truth ot tl is
assertion. Old Boreas was on a rampage, and
several gusts of wind, which met at the inter?
section of Brood and Meeting streets, raised
the dust sky-high and whirled it along with
incredible* speed. For a short time the air was
completely darkened, and one of th% cars for.
the old poBtoffice, which met the blast on the
curve, was filled with dust, and the vehicle
rad horses almost hidden. The suddenness of
the blast took every one by surprise, and, be?
fore windows could be closed, every building
inth9 vicinity was supplied with more-dust
than the inmates required. ' ?
The Death of Judge Frort.
This event, now our painful duty to chroni?
cle, has filled the City of Charleston with a
gloom and sadness, which will extend to every
section ot the State. The Honorable Edward
Frost was born in this city, and was the second
son of the late Reverend Thomas Frost, a
highly esteemed minister of the Episcopal
Church. He was admitted to the bar at
Charleston in the year 1823, and immediately
entered upon the practice of the profession,
which he pursued with great assiduity and
success. Few men ever enjoyed such univer?
sal popularity. He had no enemies, and all his
acquaintances were friends. From bis youth
he was beloved and esteemed by bis fellow
citizens for the purity of his character, the
elevation of his sentiments, and his unswerving
truthfulness and fid ?lily. >
He was, at an early period of his life, select?
ed to represent Charleston in the Legislature,
in conjunction with other gentlemen of the
highest character and greatest ability, and was
twice elected the chairman of the delegation,
which was an uncommon evidence of popular?
ity. In that body he stood foremost among
the first, and filled with great acceptance and
ability the then distinguished post of chairman
of the Judiciary Committee of the House of ?
Representatives. His administration of its im?
portant functions was marked by abili'.y, learn?
ing and judgment, and commanded the ap?
plause and unqualified consideration ot the dis?
tinguished lawyers who were from time to time
bis colleagues in that committee. As an evi?
dence of the estimation in which he was held I
by the bar and the people of the State, after |
twenty years' practice of his profession he was
elevated, in the year 1843, to the law bench of j
the State, where he sat with the distinguished [
men who then composed that bench-J. S.
Richardson, J. B. O'Neill, Josiah J. Evons^A. I
P. Butler and D. L. Wardlaw-and afterwards"!
with such jurists as Withers, Whitner and
' His administration of this distinguished
oiric e was marked by ability and learning,'and
he added to these qualities suoh purity and in?
tegrity as have not been surpassed by any
magistrate upon whose shoulders rested the
ermine of the judge. '
Judge iTpst resigned , his office in the year
1853, after ten .years' faithful servicert and re?
tired in to private Ufe, which he adorned with
the same virtues that distinguished him in the
elevated station to which he had been promo?
ted by the voices of bis countrymen.
Yesterday morning the intelligence of his
decease was announced from the bench of the
0>ut of Common Pleas, by bis Honor Judge
Gio ver,-the presiding Judge, in the most feel?
ing manner, and-in testimony of respect the
court was adjourned until ll o'clock this day.
We learn that a mee ling of the Bar will be
held in the Equity Courtroom this day, at
10 o'clock, when further proceedings will be
had by that body, for the purpose of offering
a mutable tribute to the memory of the dis- j
? PREPARATIONS TO RECEIVE GENERAL HAMP?
TON.-General Hampton has been invited to
be present at the Seymour and Blair mass
ratification meeting, which takes place onTri
day next,.and it h> confidently expected that
this distinguished officer will then address the
A Reception Committee,, acting in concert
with fhe State Central Commit toe, met last,
avering to make arrangements for giving Gen?
aro! Hampton o public reception upon his
irrival in this city. The general programme
>f the reception was discussed, and the oom
nittee then adjourned to this evening, when
hey will meet i sonfei noe with the chairmen
)f the vT&zd Democratic Associations. It is
loped that; a favorable reply from - General
(fade Hampton will be roce i ved to-day, and the
Seoeption Committee will then call upon the
people to aid them in giving their favorite
jhieftain a welcome that will prove the esteem
n which he is held. . -
COURT or GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS.-HON. THOS GLOVER, PRESIDLSO.-The
Jour t met ai the usual hour.
From tho regular and tales venires, thefol
owing juries were organized:
Jury No. ' L-J. A. Cay, Foreman: P. olc
jrary, Jno. H. Heins, Jno. H. Rieekles, Jno.
jerkin, Thos. Divine, A. DeLesbn, (colored,)
?. Brady, .Tno. Venning, Jno. Q'Mara, W. H.
lieppe, D.L. McCoy..
Jury Nb. 2.-Wm. Hume, Foreman; Blob *
lolloway, (colored,) H. Carstens, Moses
Vhitesides, Geo. -Lucas, E. Dufort, A. Kec
toke, Jno. H. Albers, A. Buero, Martin Lahrs,
K W. Bliss, E. 0. Keokelcy.
Supernumeraries. -G. W.- Heeseman, A. W.
tieck?, Philip Weather, 0. Momier, H. G.
Vharnken, A. Stemmerman.
His Honor then. announced to the bar the
leath of Judge Frost, and from respect to
lis memory, adjourned the court t?l to-mor
ow at ll o'clock. '
UNITED STATES COURT-JULY 21-HON. GEO.
3. Br. YA N , PRESIDING.-In bankruptcy, ex
larte Thos. Grier, trustee, in re S. L. Adams.
>e t ition to enforce lien. 0 a mo rion of. G. W.
Williams, Esq., referred to W. J. dawson.
Ex parte David Epstein. Petition for final
lisoharge. On motion of F. M. McMaster,
nal bearing was ordered before W. J. dawson.
In re S. B. Massey and John Mcculloch,
leave granted to fill an amended schedule.
Ex porte Edmund Scott, in re E. Scott &
c., bankrupts. Petition for final discharge,
inal hearing ordered before R. B. Carpenter.
In Admiralty.-Inline case of the owners,
[Hoers and crew of the steamer Charleston vs.
ie ship Montgomery, the following order' was
lade: That the vessel, her. tackle, apparel,
x., be Bold. Three-fourths of the proceeds to
ie paid to the salvors, sud one-fourth for costs
f court and other expenses.
Judge Bryan then announced to the court
ie death of Judge Frost, and gave a feeling
dbuts to hts memory/- On motion, the court
as then adjourned until ll A. M. to-day.
Two DOLLARS will give you THE DAILY
?EWS until November next.
BILL OF MORTALITY. -Be turn of deathd with
i the City of Charleston, for the week ending
train, Conies iou of..
Hood, Morbid Condi'ion of...
terebro Spinal Irritation.
Total...>. 6 8 6 I 7
Whites, 14; Blacks and Colored, 13-Total, 37.
Inder 1 year ol age... ll Between 50 and 60 yrs. 1
between land 5 yrs... 3 Between 60 and 70 yrs. 0
ietween Sand r.Oyrs.. 1 Between 70and 80yrs. 0
ietween 10 and 20 yrs.. 4 Between 80 and 90 yrs. 1
ietween 20 and 30 yrs., a Between 90 and 100 yrs. 0
ietween 30 and 40 jrs.. 8 Over 100 yearsof age... 0
ietween 40 and 60 yrs.. 1 .
Office of City Registrar, July 21,1863.
GEOBO/E 8. P^LZEB, M. D., City Registrar.
Tas ASSIGNEE O? HE. JOSEPH PURCELL.
The following order waa iss?ed by Jndgo
Bryan, on Saturday last, appointing Mr. E. W.
Marshall assignee of Joseph Purcell, a bank?
rupt : "It appearing by the certificate of the
Begisttar, R. B. Carpenter, Esq.. in this case,
that Ur. E. W. Marshall is in the minority of
but one as to the creditors, and in a doided
majority in interest (within a fraction of $10,
000), and there being no objection known or
made by the court as to the fitness for the
office, and governed by what I believe to be
the sense of the act, I hereby appoint the said
E. W. Marshall assignee of the estate of Joseph
Purcell. (Signed) .
GEORGE D. BBYAN,
United States Judge.
READ THE club rates for THE DALLI and
MOSQUITOES.-Josh Billings has sagely re?
marked "that mosquitoes are the most pestife?
rous of all bug brutes, and if they were mode
for a wise purpose he hos failed to discover it.''
There are few persons who have been torment?
ed bj these sanguinary insects who have not
concurred in this opinion heartily. East Bay,
between Broad and Market streets, seems to be
their principal feeding ground. The only
known reason for this is the condition of the
cellars on tie eastern side of East Bay. Every
rain causes these to be filled with water, and it
bas been found almost impossible to drain
them thoroogbly. In colonial times this por?
tion of the city was defended by a fortification,
and the foundation of the curtain wall, which
still remains, has, it is supposed, prevented a
complete drainage, as the collars on the oppo?
site side of the street are not affected to so
great an extent.
ONE COFF of THE DALLY NEWS for the Presi?
dential campaign-four months-for two dol?
ALMOST ANOTHER TRAGEDY.-The Winns -
boro News describes a rencontre between Sen?
ator'J. M. Rutland and a reliable contraband.
It says: "We learn that during his 'Saturday
visit,' our honorable senator, J. M. Rutland,
having got into an altercation with, one G iles
Harrison, a freedman, first struck and then
shot at tho said Giles, who having retired for
a pistol,. returned and discharged it at the
honorable Senator without effect. It is said
that Mr. Rutland escaped the shot by blowing
out the candle and falling on the ground. Had
the honorable senator lost his life at the hands
of this negro that he bas helped to raise to a
condition of political equality with himself,
doubtless many of our best citizens would
have been cast into prison npon mere suspi?
cion, ai in the DIU affair, without any shadow
of evidence or pretext of law."
ONE POLLAB will give you THE Tai-WEEKLY
NEWS until after the Presidential election,
A BOLO BCSGL\B OS -BROAD-STREET.-The'
brokers who congregate, tm Broad-street have
complained for some time that their offices
have been entered and despoiled of ? portion
of their greenback contents. Money is a scarce
c?mmodfty, and even brokers, who ar? popu?
larly supposed to possess a superabundance,
do not bear their losses without a murmur. It
frequently happens that an office is left wi th?
ou t.an occupant for boors at a time, anda thief
Who ia acquainted with this idiosyncrasy of
brokers could easily step in. and appropriate
the fonda on hand unmolested. The' thefts
thus far have been made with marked modera?
tion, as in several instances when thousands
could have been taken the robber was content?
ed with a few hundred. Thus far there has
no clue been obtained that would lead to the
conviction of any one, and the affair is stjll
?hroudsd in mystery.
ONE COPI of THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS for the
Presidential campaign-four months-for one
THE STREET CEOSSINGS.-Council, some time
since, appointed a special committee to confer
with the Street Railroad Company on the feasi?
bility of arranging some plan by which the
crossings or intersections of the different
streets in tbe upper wards, on the Une of the
railroad, should be properly graded. Frequent
complaints have- been made that loaded wagons
and drays found it almost impossible to cross
the track at those points on account of ita ele?
vation, and the cars were often detained in
consequence. The charter of the company
compels thom to preserve the grade within a
certain distance of the track on each side, and
it was thought that, by uniting with the city
lu th on tie j, a permanent well graded road bed
could be obtained. The committee reported,
ot the'last meeting of Council, that this
arrangement had been p?rfeoted, andas soon
ia estimates ar? made the contract will be
awarded and the work commenced. The cross?
ings will be laid with plank npon strong
woodoo sleepers similar to.the old plank road,
and will for the present' be confined to the
EL in ?-street line, though it is expected that the
ivorkontbe Butledge-street line will bo com?
menced at an early day.
FIVE COPTES of THE TRI-WEEELT NEWS for
four months to one address for $4 25, or eigh
y-five cents each copy.
FISH.-The Macon Telegraph, alluding .? a
?omplaint made by the Courier that the
Charleston market ia overstocked with fish,
i "It would not be so if the people and the
.ailroads understood their interests. There is
io surplus of fish upon the Atlantic coast of
be Northern States-none on the seaboards of
france and Great Britain. The Hake' of hah 1
n the ?British Channel is so great that it is
?aid every aero produces a for greater weight
>f foc-d for the people than that of any acre of
and. In some parts the amount is estimated
it twelve times greater.
"On our Northern coasts, though the amount
>f fish annually taken increases at a prodigi?
es pace, the price of fish increases. Since our
.ecollection, it has risen from two cents to Af?
een for ordinary varieties. Tho reason is that
be railways are used to transport these fish
Ear into the interior, and freights are so mode?
sto that there is no extraordinary difference
n price for fish at the wharf and fish five hun
Ired miles inland. "
"The coasts of the Carolinas, Georgia and
Florida are perhaps more fertile in fish than
any other regions in the United States; andyot
rat a very few people oojoy this abundant sup?
ply of wholesome food, though all are very ans?
ons to get it.
"Ibo reason is that the fishermen'and the
railway men are behind tba times. The fish?
ermen "do not pursuo tho business in au effi?
cient way, and tho railroads charge too high
freights. With proper co-operatiou between
;he two, the interior of Georgia would have
abundant and constant supplies of wholesome
Elah all the year round, and both of them
would profit handsomely by the operation.
"When Macon communicates directly with
fche sea at Brunswick, there is a point which,
os a fish depot, cannot be excelled on the
3outhern toast. We should like to know why
ELsh cannot be delivered to shippers there for
something like three to five cents per pound,
and why it cannot bo run up here and sold, (to
include ioe and expenses) for eight to ten. If
something like this could be done, middle
georgia would afford a fine and a large fish
narket, and tbe people would haye a greater
variety of food."
Tr you want cheap Blank Books;
LY you want ?heap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc. -, or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly ;
If you want Books hound In. any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruUng, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No, 59 Broad*
COOTES SOUP thia morning at Torck's, "Oar
House," corner East Bay and Queen streets.
ATTENTION.-If you wont to save time and
money hi purchasing dry and fancy goods, read
Furchgott ft Brother's advertisement.
wm_ I Advt
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson'* grocery, northwest corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
ALL WHO are in want of good, sub stantial
boots and shoos will find them at John Commins',
No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly opposite Market
street They are offered at retail. w8
DELAC NO LONGER in procuring an improved
kerosene stove, if you would save expense and do all
your oooKiug without heating the house In summer.
No servant required. All the ladies are using them.
They can be had at J. B. Duval ft Son, No. 837 King
ICO CASES CF BOOTS AND SEOES,
GOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL,
SELECTED FOR RETAILING.
' For sale by JOHN COMMINS,
No, isl Meeting-street,
Nearly opposite Market-street.
June 24 w8
(Oohing un?J /ttrmsjnag O00&5.
LOOK IT TM PRICES!
LOOK AT THE PRICES TO WHICH WE
HAYE MARKED OUR STOCK OF LIGHT
WOOLLENS AND LINENS MADE EOR THIS
SEASON'S -TB ADE, AND SEE WT TH HOW
LITTLE MONEY YOU CAN PUBCHA8E A
COOL AND COMFORTABLE SUIT MADE
IN THE BEST MANNER.
FINE MIXED 0AS8IMKBE SUIT-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST.$ 16 00
SCOTCH CASSIMEBE SUIT-SACK, PAMS
AND VEST. 1700
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
VE8T. 15 00
BLACK TBICOT SACK. 10 00
LIGHT FRENCH FLANNEL ShCK. 4 00
BLACK ALPACA SACKS.. ,... 2 60 to 5 00
LOT OF FANCY CA8SIUEBE SAOKS-for
merly sold at (9 00 to $12 00-now. 7 00
LOT OF MIDDLESEX CASSIMEBE SACKS.. 6 00
FANCY CASSIMEBE PANTS. 5 00
GREY FLANNEL PANTS AND VESTS. 400
GREY FL AN.',r?L SACK AND PANTS. 6 50
COTTON ADE SUITS-SACK AND .
PANTS.$8 50 to $6 00
WHITE DUCK SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND
HEAVY WHITE DUCK SUIT-SACK, PANTS
AND VEST...... 16 00
BROWN DUCK AND LINEN SACKS. .*.. 2 00 to 5 00
BROWN DUCK AND LINEN PANTS.... 1 00 to 4 00
BBOWN DUCK AND LINEN VESTS.... 100 to 2 60
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS. 2 50 to 5 00
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
SILK AND GAUZE MERINO UNDERSHIRTS
AND DRAWERS, LINEN, MUSLIN AND JEAN
DRAWEES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, TIE?, SCABFS,
BOWS, COLLARS, ftc, 4c.
WHITE SHIRTS at $2 00, $2 00 and $3 09..
49- ONE PRICE. -?o.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. ? 7 U KING,
CORNER OF HASEL-STBEET,
.? CHARLESTON, S. C.
ITS CONSTITUENTS, THE RICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat and Borley Malt, being
scientifically prepared ready for use.this food by an?
alysis ie the same in its chemical elements as
HEALTHY BREAST MILK, aud ls the easiest of di?
gestion and assimilation of all nourishments for
Children, Invalids and Dyspeptics. It has been
tried by the physicians of Charleston, an 1 is recom?
mended and prescribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS COMS'IOCK,
No. 57 Cortland-street, New York.
DOW I K & MOISE,
January 16 Charleston, S. C.
J"^ RUGS AND MEDICINES
JUST RECEIVED BY
" E. H. KELLERS & CO.
HOSTETTER'S, HOOFLAND'S AND COLLETON
Ayer's, Jaynes' Wright's, Radway's, Cephalic,
BecKwith's Hollowav's, "Sanford's and Urandreih's
Gray'B, Holloway's, Dolley's, McAUstcrs', Rus?
sian, David's and Morehead's Ointment
Hegeman's Ferrated Bark and Cod tiver Oil and
Benzine, Burnett's Cod Liver Oil, Ayer's Sorsapa
riUa, Cherry Pectoral and Ague Cure, ftc. ftc.
. Country orders solicited, and will meet with
E. H. KKLLER3 ft CO.,
February 17 flu No. 131 Meeting-street.
JOS" A-A-A-A-A-THE BEST DYSPEP?
TIC BITTERS now m use are PANKNIN'S Hepatic
Bitters. They never, foil to give relief. Try a bottle,
and be convinced. For sale Druggists. m
rjlHE UM VE KS AL FAVORITE I
WILCOX & GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING- MACEINE.
THE WEED IMPBOVED 8BTJTTLE MACHINE.
FULLER & BAENUM'3 T?CK-CREASER AND
Second-hand Machines of approved makes in war?
Sewing Machine Needles of all kinds, OIL Tools,
For sale by D. B. HASELTON.
General Sewing Machine Agent and Dealer,
No. 807 King-street.
N. E.-REPAIRING done as usual and warranted.
OS~ Country Orders promptly filled.
July 22 wi thstu2mos.
O S AD AL IS
PURITIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, L1YEB AND KIDNEYS.
'> ... _
?Reco mm ended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thbusandt of our Best Citizens.
OS* For Testimonials of nmarluble
carts, see "Roiadalls Almanac" for Ulis
PREPARED ONLY BY
DB. J. J. LAWRENCE it CO.,
No. 244 BALTTMOBE-STBEET, BALTTMOBE, MD.
FOB SALE BT DBUOGI8T8 EVEBYWHEBE.
July 22 * Cmos
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIBE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by Uro on the morning
of 22 j June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ires formerly occupied by *
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HAYNS-STEEET,
And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO DMPOBT ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OCR LINE FBOM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OCR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOB EUBOPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUB FALL. IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20rn SEPTEMBER. .
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IO FILL ALL
OBDEBS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OVE BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WTTHOUr INTERRUPTION
GOODRICH, YVINEMAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUOS AND CHEMICALS,
No. ?3 Hayne-street,
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON, P. C
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Ac,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
s. c. J
WM. S. COBWTN b CO.
?3~Goods delivered to all ports of the City.
July 15 wlm Smo
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PBIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FATS, London ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
30,000 FRANCS ! I
SO,OOO IN GOLD .
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
Thc public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on tba ment; of the great contest,
sud see the otficiol award to the Herring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New York.
FARRBEL, HERRING A- CO., \ HERRING k CO..
Philadelphia. | Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL A: SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on baud by
JOSEPH WALKER, ?Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 100 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 . S'-no
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 MAR&EI-STREFI,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be f.-uni every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRES3 COATS, Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vesta and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Eats and Cap?, Trunks, Carpet Boes,
Valises, ic, February G
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
So. 136 Meeting street.
Will sell THIS DAY (Wednesday), 22d inst, at 10
An assortment of FURNITURE, Groceriee, Dry
Goods and Snndries.
Terms cash._'_July 22
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmorals, . Oxford
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY, the 22d instant, at IO o'clock, in our
dalesroom, No. 142 Meeting-ttreet, ve will sell
60 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOES, GAITER?,
Balmorals, ka., oar usual fine assortment to which
we invite the attention of buyers. July 22
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
South ' Carolina District.-In Admiralty.
Steamship Charleston and Owners and
others, versus the Derelict Ship Montgomery.
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed, from
tbe Honorable Jndge of the District of South Caro?
lina, m Admiralty for the District atoresoid In the
above case, I will sell, at public auction, at the Old
Exchange, east end of Brood-street in thp port of
Charleston, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of Au?
gust at ll o'clock, A. M.,
The huU of the ship MONTGOMERY of the bur?
then of 726 (ons, as she now hes at atlantic Wharf,
together with her sails, tackle, apparel and furni?
Her Cargo, consisting of 700 M. feet more or less,
of first quality of PITCH PINE TIM BEB, measur?
ing from CO to 80 feet in length, and from 12 to 24
inches in diameter, and a lot of Deals, 4 by 12 and
16 to 20 feet long.
This entire cargo w.-s expressly selected for the
English market at Pensacola, Fla.
Conditions cash. Purchasher to pay for papers
and stamps. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal,
July 22 ' WBtuthmwfl
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YOBS
PIANOS.- - r.
OFFICE AND WABERGOM, No. I N, ^LIBERTY
STREET, ABOYE BALTIMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement including the Agraffe treble, ivory
fronts, and the Improved French Action, fahy 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 $60 to $300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE I FIANOS IS CBS:
General Robert E. Lee, Lb*. ..gton. Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwell k Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakoscb, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, S. O.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. O.
April 22 6m0S
WM. HNABE & CO.,
PIANO F OB TES,
April 20 6mo
H. GR UP Y dc CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH C A L V ER T - STREET,
9. H. ?BUPY.H. G. CUBTA1
April 20 6mos
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALFRED JENKINS, JR.
ROZERT H. JENKINS.
J?DW. JENKINS Si SONS,
IMPORTERS AlO) Kl!ALEES HT
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,}
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 Cmos Baltimore, M
Q.EORGU R. G A IT H KR, JR., ?Sf CO.,
>ENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Camdcn.Htrcct, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
UMSEN, CA41RULL ?Sc CO.
?BESEBVEB8? PICKLtBS, OYSTER PACKERS, &c.
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
l'oint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'8 CONDENSED MLLE, .
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22 6mos
'AMES KNOX.JOHN OILL
KNOX & GILI,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 123 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, Ac., respect
ullv solicited, and liberal advancos made thereon.
)rders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
nth care and attention.
April 27 12mos*
QITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR )
CIT? BALL, July 1st, 1868. f
Notice is hereby ci ven to all concerned, that the
nontbly Returns for the month of June past, in com
iliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th
ii January, 1868, must be made on or before the 15th
TAXES ON THE FDIXOWTNO ARE PAYABLE MONTHLY.
On all sale3 of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, in
iluding sales by Bakers, Butchers, Hucksters, and
>y dealers in Rice, Lumber, Bay, Grain and Naval
On ell gross receipts or all Street Railroads.
Ona'l gross receipts of nil Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriage* and Bu?git s.
On all incomo derived lroui the pursuit of any
acuity, profession, occupation or eniploj meut.
On tho gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, Bankers, Broucr?, and others.
On all premium? received for or by any Insurance
3omi any, or by agencies for individuals or compa
On all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule used or k?pt within thc
:ity, excepting horses or mules used in any public
ic?nsed carriage, cart, dray, or ether vehicle.
Ou all Retail Dealers in all articles whatsoever.
On ail Barber Shops.
On all gross receipts of Hotels and Public Ealing
ind Iioardiug Uou.ses,
on all rccoipls ot Livery Stable Keepers.
On tue gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On tLe gross receipts of all Printing Offices, News
aap' rs and Publi-hing Houses.
On all Goods auld lu the city by persons not resi
ient, by sample or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules brought to the
On sales o! st.) lt?. Bondi, and other securities.
On the gross ?eceipis'it Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On tho gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All tho defaulters will be dealt with as the ordl
aance directs. W. N. HUGHES.
July 1 15 City Assessor.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEFB'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, March 12th, 1868, j
ALL PROPERTY HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Met ting-street, and ot! r citizens Interested
in the building of a Shell Road ou Meeting-street,
from Spring-sireet to the City Boundary, are hereby
respectfully informed that a Book or subscription
will bec pened for their signatures in my office to?
day, and thai wheu such an amount is pledged, a9
iu the lodgment of the City Civil Engin?crwfll war?
rant the undertaking, the worn will be forthwith
commiuced. LOUIS J. BAR BOT,
March 13 City CiYilEngiaeer.
Two Mules, - Horses, Mattresses, Cane Scat
Chairs, Ice Houses, Cooking Stoves and
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
W1? be Bold THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, ot
_No. 33 Broad-Btreet._Joly 22
Hams and Shoulders.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
Win be sold TO-MOBBOW, 23d Instant, at 10 o'clock*
A. M., at Kerr's Wharf Storehouse.
6 hhds. SHOULDERS
6 tierces Shoulders
1 bbl Shoulders
50 tierces S. 0. Hams,
Valuable House and Lot in the Village of
Ridgeville, at Auction.
BY HTJT80N LEE,
By virtue of au order of sale to me directed by tho
Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge of the U. 8. District
Court for the District of South Carolina, I will sell
at publie auction, at the Old Postoffice, foot of
Breed-street, on TUESDAY, July 28, at ll o'clock
That HOUSE AND LOT, known as NORRIE' HO?
TEL, in the village of Ridgeville, District of Colin?
ton, and known in the plan of said villa;JO as No.- 87,
measuring one hundred and twenty-s>ven feet frost
by two hundred and i If ty feet in depth.
AU that other PIECE OF LAND, situate in thevil
Iag : arri dist [let aforesaid, moasuring and containing
in frrnt\n Main-street one bundrea and twenty-five
(125i feet/and in depth three hundred (300) feet, moro
or less, being parts of lots known tn the aforesaid
plan as Nos. 23 and 25.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal suc?
cessive . nnual lnstabfients. Recured by bond of pur?
chaser and mortgage upon the presuses. Purchaser
to pay for papers and stamps.
. LOUIS McLAiN. .
, Joly 8 ws6 tul Assignee of Theo. Cordea
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