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P THE DAILY NEWS.
MST UBOEST OIRCtJLATTON.-THU D A I LT
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
?ECOGXIZKD AS HAVING TQ? LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
?-PUBLISHES THE LI5T OF LETTERS REMAIN
.TNG TN THE POSTOFFICE AT THH END OF
EACH WEES, ACCORDING ZO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW P08IOFFICE LAW.
A UOTION SALES THIS. DAT.
JAMES TUPPER, Master in Equi tv, will sell at
ll o'clock, at the old Poatoffi.ee, several valu?
able pieces of real estate.
G. W. STEEPENS A Co. will sell at half-past 9
-o'clock, before their store, No. 80 Vendue
Bange, bacon, butter, Ac
JETTORDS A CO: will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
.before their store, Vendue Range,. strips, mo
T. M. CATEB will sell at three-quarters-past
* -.9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, batter, molasses,
LAUREE A ALEXANDER will sell at 10. o'clock,
.at their store, No. 137 East Bay, batter, lard,
J. A ENSLOw A. Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
Iront of their store, No. 82 East Bay, hams and
bagging. 1 '.' ;' '
7. G. MELNOR A Co. will sall at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, No. 185 Meeting-street, stock
?of a retad dry goods store.
FUNERAL OE THE Bzv P. T. Kemi.-The
funeral of the Tate venerated and beloved rector
?of St Michael's Church took place yesterday
morning at ten o'clock in the presence of the
largest congrega tion that we have ever seen
.collected on a s?nilar occasion. Tho .clergy of
. ?he different Episcopal Churches of the city act?
ed as ball-bear ero, closely followed by the large
family of the deceased rector, and by the ves?
try and wardens of St. Michael's Church.
. Every seat- in the body of the church and in
1 he galleries was cccapied, and crowds were
. standing in all. the aisles.. The body was met
.-at tbe threshold of the Church by the Rev. Drs.
t Hanckel and Marshall, the oldest Preaby tera in
the Diocese, and the opening sentences of the
beautiful burial service were, repeated by Rev.
. Dr. Hanckel as the mournful procession passed
the font where the. dead priest -had, during a
ministry of nearly thirty years/ received into
the fold of the church many of those who no w,
? in the prime of youth and manhood, gathered
with sorrowing hearts around his bier, the
desk and pulpit from which he had so Often
an ds?p-earnestly taught and preached the mes?
sage bis Mas ter, and pana ed ; at last before
that altar whence he w&S norer again to feed
' the nook committed to his care."
The, Psalm and Lesson which the Church
provides were then/ead by - Rev. Dr. Marshall;
?and the beautiful Bunal Hymn, "Vital Spark
'-"bf Heavenly Flame,"'was sung by the choir
? with great feel mg- and 'effect.' Tho rest of the
:.service was conducted by Ba?. Dr. Hanckel,
. .and ai -large camber of the congregation at
. -tended the body to its last resting place in the
. .graveyard of the chorch."
The removal of aman so universally revered
--and respected for MB unobtrusive piety and
. purity of life, has sobered and depressed all
who knew him, and it win be bog before St.
.Michael's congregation shall cease to miss the
- familiar (soe and the cara est. kindly voice they
knew and loved so well.
THE STEAMER PLANTER, aa will be seen by
-the advertisement in another" column, leaves at
..-seven o'clock to-morrow morning for George?
town. . '.
. j . -
Prrsuo licFsovxaoraTS.-The force lately at
.work on the Fire-proof Building has been
^transferred to. tho Court House, the ontbuild
. inge of which are to bs painted the same color
. as tho main building.
\ TKE SHERLTT or CHARLESTON.-Mr. E. W.
:JL Mackey took the oath yesterday aodquali
- fled . aa Sheriff of Charleston Dis ti ic t. Mr.
Hastie Will remain in office until the first of 1
..'September, to close up unfinished business,
- . that all sew b usin?es will be transacted by Mr.
-Mackey oa and after this date.
. . '
: THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIL-Thia Chorch
- Trill be reopened on October 1, ander the pas?
toral care of the Rev. William H. Williams, of
Richmond, Ya.,"Vho'has accepted the call of
.the congregation. Mr*. Will Urns comea strong?
ly recommended, and will be warmly welcomed ?
?iby the members of his Chorea.
HOTEL - ARRIVALS-August -?L-Ctuirteslon
He'.eL-A. M. Latham, Lieut. F. W. Sparren,
-United States steamer Naneemond; Mrs. F. W.
.rSparreU, Savannah ; L. P. Sim th,- Chris t Church; j
~IW. H. Marsh, Cincinnati.
Pavtiwn Botet-TS, M. Benbow and servant,
' -'Clarendon; G. B. Lartigue, Blackville; R, fl.
.Draper,Tjordesvifle; E. P. Locas, Manning,'
BoiOE'B Ix ORTH WHARP is now undergoing
-extensivo repairs. A large - portion of the
causeway has been already- rebuilt and the pal?
metto abutments enlarged and strengthened,
.but the work is still progressing and the wharf |
.will hardly be in complete repair before the 1Bt .
?of October. This will, however, bo in ample
-time lor the shipping trade, aa there w?l hard?
ly be a large accumulation o? the now cotton.
-?befor? "fhat date, i
A BUSINESS REVIVAL.- In every part of the
.?city the sigas of. the times' betoken the revi
Tai of business. Merchants are actively en
- gaged in arranging their, stocks for. the. fall
'trade, and King-street is fast assuming the
-gala appearance of abright? business season.
Hayne and Meeting streets, the great centres
-Of the wh desalo trade, a<\> not behind hand in
.the good work, and tho boxes before the doors
--tell that the ba? baa-Openod:
- .'-. r*
ANOTHER BADI?AL Pow-Wow.- Tho sachems
-of the> Be^b^can "porty met at Liberty Hail,
in Morris-Btieet, last night, to consult about
?the good of "the' party. "The" hall was densely
? crowded wich blacks, the whites, with one ac
? cord, being assigned the prominent positions
on the stage. J. H.- Junks, R. H. Cain, Rev.
? Webster, A: ?C: Richmond, and other lesser
lights, made speeches that were edifying, to
. thebr hearers, if thooders of applause b? a
'Criterion; ' The' k$<^8>S9f?the;huttT prevents
-any detailed acooa?^of ibo pzocejedings.. ;
THE 'STUEET BRIGADE were engaged yester?
day in removing tho accumulation o? sand and
dirt from the opper rwrtioh^of -East Bay.. The
recent rains had flited tbe^gotters with the
washingecf tne streets, and the sidewalks were
In many places overgrown' with grass. The
improvement now in progress will soon restore
?this thoroughfare to its former cleanly con
.ditton. A portion if the sidewalk between
Market and Haael streets is Badly dilapidated,
^dli^he-Mphalt'pavoment could be laid there,
it would be a blessing to pedestrians.
A NOVEL Fox ;HCNT?-Yesterday morning
some'attendants inthe graveyard of 8t. Mich?
ael's were astonished at the sight of a genuine
bushy-tailed fox, which was stealing leisurely
along ami ug the graves. Chase was at once
given, and Monsieur Reynard "captured befoie
be could escape from the endosare. Upon in?
quiry, it appeared that the fox had strayed
from his owner in (he upper narda, and had
been seen in the ucigboorhoodof St. Michael's
on several occasions.] Thc colored man who
made the capturo claims the brash,' unless the
owner should appear.. " - -
'MEETING OF GERMAN DEMOCRATS.-A largo
number of German citizens met last night at
the hall of the Br?derlich erb und, in Ki ng-s tree t,
to dise?as the propriety of forming a German
Democratic Club. The meeting was called to
order by Mr. Nieman, aud General Wagener
was requested to act as chairman. He was
conducted to his Beat by a committee, and ac?
knowledged the compliment in a plain and
forcible speech. The foUowing gentlemen
were nominated as vice-presidents and secreta?
ries, and were unanimously elected and as?
signed positions on the stage:
Vic^Prestdents.-M. Gerdts, J. C. H. China?
sen, J. H. Kalb, B. Bolhnan, A. Nimitz, D.
Werner, John Campseu, John Hurkamp, H.
Baer, Theo. Cordes, J. M. Os tend ord" D. A
Amme. Charles 8chmetzar,A. BischoftC. Sahl
man, A Von Dohlen,Jacob Meitzler.C. Plenge,
L. F. Behling.
Secretaries.-E. Wohltmann, B. laser tel, C.
The foUowing preamble and resolutions were
then presented and unanimously adopted :
We the adopted citizens of Charleston, of
German birth, deem it not improper to con?
sult how, in this important period, we eau be
most useful to our adopted country. Whilst
entertaining the fullest confidence in the
sense of justice of the people of South Caro?
lina, that they w?l aUow us at aU times a
reasonable representation, according to our
property and our population, in aU public con?
cerns (and willingly ascribe it to an uninten?
tional oversight, that our people are not repre?
sented by a Bingle member in the Central Ex?
ecutive Committee,) we acknowledge it to be
our duty, although oar countrymen are disin?
clined to interfere mnch in politics, to heartily
sustain the efforts to revive law and order,
progress and the general welfare. We trust
in the possibility of a restoration of the gene?
ral, friendly and fraternal ' sentiments of the
nation. We desire Ta revival of harmony and
prosperity in our State and city; but WJ are
Democrats, and as such, we believe that the
peace and the real weal of the republic and of
every section of the same can only be revived
by a Democratic administration, and that a
rational and Becure progress should not be
endangered by impossible schemes and new?
fangled experiments. Therefore be it.
1. Resolved, That we, the Germans of
Charleston, heartily concur in the Democratic
platform, endorse every feature of the same,
and deem the principles' of the National Demo?
cratic party to be the true foundation ol the
restoration of the Union and the perpetuation
of the same. . ;
3. Resolved, That we discover in modem re?
publicanism of the Republican party only a
mask for the most dangerous excrescences of
Radicalism, viz: fanaticism of every kind, and
the dishonest selfishness wbioh can only de?
termine in anarchy and despotism.
8. Resolced, That whilst we, having come as
strangers in this land, have'by thrift and in?
dustry acquired property ana wealth, have
been content to undergo a long term of proba?
tion before having been permitted the rights
of citizenship, the - colored people of the South
might be satisfied, and would act wisely, to ac?
quire prosperity and influence in the same
4. Resolved, That as Democratic, organiza?
tions already exist ia the several wards Of the
city and are well adapted to their objects, and
it could only be detrimental to farther subdi?
vide the party, except, as auxilliaxy associa?
tions for the good of all, we will form a Ger?
man Democratic society for the parp?se of
earnestly urging, through committees, oar
countrymen generally to join and actively sup?
port tho clubs of their respective wards, and
to energetically promote the common cause.
Ia accordance with the last provision, roles
were presented, and adopted' for the govern?
ment of a German Democratic Society. On
motion, a committee was appointed to report
permanent officers for the society on next Mon?
day night Addresses were made by Mr. C. H.
Bergman, Dr. H. Baer and others, wheo the
meeting adjourned. The proceedings were
conducted entirely in the German language.
NEW COTTON.-There was received here yes?
terday by the Sooth Carolina Railroad the first
bale of new cotton, the producto! this State,
which bas reached the city. It came, to
Messrs. Reeder & Davis, factors, Adger's
wharf, and was forwarded by Mr. J. F. Grimes,
of Bamberg, Barn wen District, 3. C.
THE MAGAZINES.-The Galaxy for September
Ls growing more Northern in its tone, bat is
not yet offensive. The present number is not
ap to the usual standard, bot it contains
enough fresh and light reading to make it
thoroughly attractive. <
Blackwood for Joly, (Leonard Scott Pub?
lishing Company,) contains a gossipy kindly
article upon Mary Woolley Montagu, the coo
dosion of "Mary Owea's Courtship," a chapter
rf chat from Cornelius O'Dowd, and the usual
supply of politics, poetry, and general literary
The North British aod Westminster for
Toly, (Leonard Scott A Co's, reprint,) have
uso reached os. They are full of interest.
AU 'the above magazines may be found at ;
fohn Russell's, King-street.
Tlte Educational Aid Society.
To the Editor of the Daily Nevos:
My attention has been caUed to an error in
?he Joly report of the Superintendent of the
Charleston school of the "Pioneer Educational
lid Society," published in your paper a few
ia .-s since. The salary of the "Suporintcnd
mt" is stated as eighty-five dollars per month;
it should have boen "Principal." The Super
m tendent receives no remuneration.
Secretary and Treasurer
Chariest >n Board Trustees.
. A Lard.
CHARLESTON, S. C., August 24,1868.
My attention bas been invited to & card from
one M. H. Collins, published in THE NEWS of
the 20th instant, in which the said Collins de?
nies that he signed my bond as Sheriff and
takes occasion to state the totally unimportant
fact that he opposed my "election with his
vote and influence." In the Mercury of tho
same date, it is editorially stated, on behalf of
Collins, that ho had been impoituued by me to
go upon my bond, and that he had been "offer?
ed five thou .and dollars" to become one ot my
sore ies, and that be had refused to do so. In
refutation of these statements I present the
following sworn testimony, showing that th -
said Collins earnestly solicited that he might
be permitted to sign my hoad, and even offer?
ed his services to secure me, for a considera?
tion, all the sureties that I required. I desire,
also, to caU attention to the fact, that the as
aeesed value of the property owned by the
said Collins, as shown by tl e tax books, is
fourteen thouaaud dollars, ($14,000) aud that
thcro aro mortgages and judgments
upon this property to tho amount of
eight thousand seven hundred and twenty-one
35-100 dollars ($8 721 35), makiug the total
value of his unencumbered property $5,278 Go.
The financial condition of this nun being gen?
erally known, tho public may judge how likely
it was thatl should offer him "$5000 for the use
of his name." The true value of "his name,"
in a moral sense, will be readily computed with
the aid of this exhibit. Hereafter those who
have beeu charitably disposed to impute the
erratic, political and personal course of "Dr."
Collius to mental imbecility, must perceivo
that his errors are not ouly of the head, but
thnt those whom he cannot ovcrroach with his
sunning ho defames with bis malice. Ono
would auppo-c from the statements of Collins
and from bis general practico .thatbis national
instrument ia not tho Harp of Erin, but the
35 dian Lyre. Other testiniouv, iu addition.to
that of Mr. Hiller, hereto appended can bo
produced to show the falsity ot Collin's state?
ment. E. W. M. MACKEY.
CHARLESTON, S. C., August 21. 1S?8.-I here?
by certify that sonio.time previous lo the ap?
proval of thu bond of . . IV. M. Mackey. Shot iff
of Cltiirloatun County, Mr. H. C. iloeoiy called
upon ino at my office and stated that ho waa
authorized by bia friend, Dr. iL H. Collins, to
propose to Mr. Mackey that he (Collins) would
sign his official bond and procure tbs neces?
sary sureties provided that he (Mackey) would
secure to the said Collins & portion of. the pro?
ceeds of the Sherds office. And I further cer?
tify that after the said Mosely bad procured ah
interview with Mr. Mackey,that he (Mosely) in?
formed me that the propositions of the said
Collins, a= aforesaid, had been rejected. And
I farther certify that on the day succeeding
this interview the said Collins stated to me that
he would obtain the necessary security on the
official bond of E. W. M. Mackey, provided that
he (Collins) should, rn consideration therefor,
be given the profits arising from the jail. And
I farther certify that I communicated, for hiB
information, this proposition of the said Col?
lins, to Mr. E. W. M. Mackey.andit was peremp?
torily declined; Mr. Mackey stating that
he would rather give up his office than
engage in any such transaction, or words to
that effect; and, further, that he would not
have Mr. Collins' name on his bond upon any
consideration whatever.- -
F. C. MILLER,
County Commissioner 0. C.
Sworn to before me, this 24th day of August,
[L. H.] JAMES A. DUFFUS,
Notary Public and Magistrate ex officio.
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
tc. ; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly ;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books mada to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
You OAK save from fifty cents to one dollar
per pound on teas, by purchasing them from Wil?
son's grocery, southeast corner Society and Anson
Goods delivered free. stu th
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ABE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DRY. GOODS, FANCY
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prli es is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An agent in New Tork will furnish sup?
plies of Nsw Goods by every'a team er. *
July 30 - 3mos
AND WINTER IMPORTATIONS
BIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
; SILKS, SATINS, . VELVETS.
. j. FANCY BONNET MATEBIAL8. ?fli
aa BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS. BP??
FRENCH FLOWER?, PLUMBS AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS
, TN STRAW, SILK, VELVET AND FELT.
We offer the largest and best assorted Stock in the
United States, comprising all the latest Parisian No?
velties, and unequalled in choice variety and cheap?
ARMSTRONG, CATO? * CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET.
August 25 Imo* Baltimore.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
RIKKI.AMD dt CO., Proprietors.
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALERED JENKINS, JB,
BO BUST K. J EM SAM.
J^DW. JENKINS dB SONS,
IMPORTEES AND CALEBS TN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTIMOBE-STBBET.
^lEORGE H. Ci A ITU rC lt, JR., dc CO.,
GENERAL PBUDUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT*
No. 4 Camden-strect, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
Ty H. GRUPT di CO.,
I. SEALERS IN
LEATI1KK, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
RUMSEN. C.Vit KULI, di CO.
PRESEBVERS, PICHL' R?, OYSTER PACKERS, 4c
No. 18 Light-street, Ballimore,
Joint Proprietors and Solo Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MLLE,
Prepared by tho Baltimore Condensed Milk Companj
April 22 G in OB
^IRIFFIN, II ROTH K tt. ?Sc CO.,
No. 103 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22 flrooi
JAMES KNOX.JOHN OIL!
K.V?X & ii I LU?
CO T T O N FACTORS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMIlH'- WHARF. BALTIMORE.
Consignments of <v>ITON, RICE. Atc, respect
fully solictlca, and liberal advance- mad- Ihorcoc.
Grdora lur ?:U ... .ind BACON p.omptiy executed
willi caro ana .tt^utitiu.
April 27 12mo-*
SUELi. KOA li.
Cl. Y i.NUINEEh'S OFFICE. I
'irr IHLL. April 28.1868. J
FlRHb'R? AN 11 oiilEiiS Alu. REQUESTED
. not to drive over the line ol the Muuiiw.' struct
Ro d, between spii' u and Uuinnoy-streets, dunn
thc o ecuiiou of thc work (tattle nii-tr,t ure re
que.-te .' Lot to uso the Mrotiiig-stievt Road at all.
ino dis.urbaucc ot ult tbe grade uud aUisittnent
pegB, recently put up, icndurs it ri?, ess .rv to make
tho a bovd request. LOUIS J. BAL KO l,
April 30 . City Guginecr.
MERCANTILE INSIJEANCE COMPANY,
LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER AND SPECIAL ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, A. D. 1809.
THIKTEEN MILLIONS HST GOLD,
PLEDGED FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY-HOLDERS.
rfTHE UNDERSIGNED IB PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES IN THE ABOVE NAMED COMPANY.
J_ OD as favorable tern? as those of anv other Agencies tn thia city. He respectfully solicits a share of
the patronage of his friends and the public generally.
EDWARD SEBRING, Agent,
No. 34 BROAD-STREET.
August ll > tuthslmo
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION AND RAPIDLY INCREASING.
fTVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT OF THE ABOVE NAMED POPULAR
A ANO HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE COMPANY, IS PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES.
August ll tuthslmo No. 34 BROAD-STREET.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gallons Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons No. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pnre Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
900 gallons English Linseed Oil
50 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
20 barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallotr Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE 8IOCK OF
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS, SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo No. 126 MEETING-STREET..
WHITE LEAD AND ZHVC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pnre White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pore Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead.
5000 lbs. Pnre French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare American White Zinc.
ALL OF TBE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
August 20_'_j_ arno
(? 0 f?t on presses aitb gji (gins.
I -_? GREY'S
l r PATENT LABOR-SATING
IRON SCREW ,
WITH ONE MULE A HEAVY BALE CAN BE
Set of Irons weigh 1100 lbs. Price $160.
THE GEORGIA SJ W GIN,
Formerly "CLEMENS" GIN. of Columbus,
Ga., at reduced prices.
For descriptive lists, apply to
III'GER & HAVEN EL.
General Agents f r Soutb Carolina,
No. CO East Bay, Charles'on, H. C.
Acenis for the sa!e o! POUT A BLE AND
.vlATIONAKY ENGINES, HENEREY'S "Uc
C Ala BY" GINS, HICK and WHEAT
THRESHERS, FANS, GUIST MILLS, Ac.
HUGER & RAVEN EL,
No. 60 East Bay, Charleston, S. C
EOS AD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by DrnugUt.s Everywhere.
July 28_pw_ lyr
JJ ? 8 A D A L I li
PURITIES THE BLOOD,
ALL. CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended l>i/ the Mediad Faculty and Many
Thoma nd? of our Bent Citizens.
*S? For Tea ImonialJ of remarkable
cures, sec "Itosailalis Almanac" for thia
puKrAnzn OSLT BT
DB. J. J. LAWRENCE 4 CO.,
No. 244 BALTEUOKE-STIIEET, E.u,TnionE, MD.
FOR -ALE BY
DU WIK ? IIUISB,
No. 160 Alcclin^-street, corner Hasel.
July 22 Cmos
J^KLT UPO? OURSELVES,
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
COR! S DYSPEPSI', INDICT:-ITOX. DIAR
nilOA. F?V?t AM)AGUK, \SD GtNfcBAU DE?
Wc have, after 1<uig "iud.-ami many experiments,
eu-ccciUtl ia producing what wa rbim to lie the
BEST BITTERS AND MUST t'LEWNT BEV^B
AGI; in U3f, rouipaundcd as they ve of Ibo moat
valuable ingredients knowti lo Pharmacy. As a
luMO A NU >V rl'lZEH It ha* no eqna?-rcllib e
in ail ITU lU* DfrEANGEMKN*, nvu?tmg (rom
miasma lc iu:'. i n< c-, so prt!v;i!":it ?it f.e Smith, n'.J
chango ?f die* clint:?: awl waler. In fttfrrinsto
thc SouUie.-n .u' lie our gr. at TOXIC IND Bt.VEii
A< ? , vc only a-!i tor it a fair trial, feeling: assured
ita " vu m r! s w ll o m ensure ils becoming 'i favor?
ite :t liic >uuih It h :s al< the nJcasIng quailes 01
a "Liqueur,'* a d thou li under a sm ill volume, is
f ur times in reactive Uno other pre-ian inn*. I
w ?rn st inil'sieuMlilo for r conslitatlng thc blood
n feiiial s suQ*iring from debility a d IOSH of ap.c
iti-, and lor pei8 ns exhausted by nervous exc?te?
me t (ir over exe- ion. I ho bcuefit of these bitters
?ir f'U iiiiinodutoly. Doa-* is a wine glass full bi io re
Eicil bo Ile has our stamp -ind signature "vcr thc
cora. DOWIK v MOI-K, Proprietors
And Wnoleeale Dmegi'-ts,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasei.
Augu?t 5 6mo*
Stock of a Retail Dry Goode Store.
BY JOHN G. MTLNOR & CO.
THIS DAT, 25 th in stunt, at IO o'clock, we win sell at
our Anet inn Store, No. 135 Meeting-street,
The BALANCE OF STOCK of a B?tail Dry Goods
tXS COHSIBTINO sr FAST or:
FANCY PRINTS. Cottonades, Bleached and Brown
Shirting, Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Trish Linens,
Satineis, Caaslmeres, Ginghams, Hickory Shirts,
White and Brown Hose and Half Hose, Bed Flan
nels, Linaeys, kc, kc
Conditions cash. August 35
Pig Shoulders, Hams, Butter, ?re.
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
THIS DAY, at No. 30 Vendue Bange, at half-past ?
o'clock, will be sold,
2000 Iba. N. Y. PIG SHOULD EES
2000 lbs. S. C. (Canvas) Hams
25 kegs Choice Goshen Butter
20 tabs Lard
25 bbla. Flour
10 bbla. Syrup
26 gross Fine Cut Chawing Tobacco
Pig Heads, Mackerel
Coffee, &c, kc August 25
Strips, Hams, Shoulders, cfc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of theta Stores, at 9&
2,000 pounds CHOICE 6 XE IPS
12 hhds. Choice Sugar Cured Hams
7 hhds. Canvased Hams
4 hhds. Shoulders
10 tierces Choice Hams
20 obis. Molasses
10 boxes Tobacco
9 kegs "Durham's" Smoking Tobacco.
Conditions cash on delivery.
BYT. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
43 arkins CHOICE BUTTES
loo obis. Cuba Molasses.
Conditions cash. August 25
Batteau Boat for Sale.
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
On THURSDAY, 27th Inst, at ll o'clock.
One BATTEAU BOAT, aa she now lies at Union
Wharf, measuring 24 feet kcal, with sail almost new.
Terms cash. August 20
& BOWAEB J
You can do all your Cooking, save time, 9
trouble and money, and avoid heating the <m
house in Summer, by using a :
Kerosene or (xas Stove, j
Ask foe tte UMC# (Kern^
(Gsa) STOVE. They axe .the^best Take no y
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or. Oas
Burners, Nursery Lampe, Kerosene Glue
Pots, atc., Ac.
_Liberal terms to Agents.
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KINO-STREET/
August 24_nao ........ ?mo
?1HK UNIVERSAL FAVORITE I
WILCOX & GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.'
THU WEED IMPROVED SHTJXTLE MACHINE.
PULLER k BARNUM'S TUCK-CREASEB AND
Second-hand Machines of approved makes in war?
Sewing Machine Needles of all Binds, 00, Tools,
For sale by D. B. HASELTON.
General Sewing Machine Agent and Dealer,
No. 307 King-street.
N. B.-REPAIRING done as usual and warranted.
49* Country Orders promptly filled.
July Vi wi th8tu2moe.
SM ax amax ?fesg iE?
Sole Ascots m?far?fok&r J&E, CQNHj
af Paisley, Seotian2.
CLOTHING MANUFACTUREES AND PUB
' CHASERS OF SPOOL COTTON for use on Sewing
Machines, demanding tho best and strongest
J. Si P. COATS' Nos. 00, 00 and 70
Expressly adapted to their wants.
July 7 tutbe&no
DIANOS! P I ? N O SH
GOLD MEDAL F?R 1808 HAS JUST BEE>
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF POE
THE BEST PLANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHTLADEL
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERCOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY
bTREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
STTEFF'S PIANO-' U\VE ALL Tn?? LOTES?
improvement, inchnlinr the Ayrafla trcl'le, ivorj
trcints. aud t tie improved Frcncli Action. I idly war?
ranted lor llvo years, wi h privQegr of exehanui
within twelvemonths il' not entirely eati-iactury tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor "Or
inns always on baud tr?MO S.IO tor'300
PEFEnEE? wno HAVE ocn riAsns m USE:
Gou'-ral Kotiert r. Lee. I.exiiiit-'n, Va.
G"M> ral liohcrt R<UMo n, Aumin ion. N. C
Bi-hop Wilmer, Now Or sans, La.
Messrs. R. Barwo.] k ->uis, (.'L.riotte, N. O.
Mix Strakoscb, itali nOjiera
Messrs. Pierson A- Sous, sumter, S. C.
Charles spencer, Charicsion. S. C.
April 22 Omoi
Hams ! Ham I Ham toondi Molasse? i
BT J. A. ENSIOW & CO.
rH38 DAY, 25th Instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
In front of our Store, Ko. 82 East Bay,
* hhds. SAMS
6 bbTs. Molasses.
Bagging ! Bagging !
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 25th instant, at 18 o'clock A. M., w?l be
sold in front of our Store, No. 82 East Bay,
20 rolls superior HEAVY BAGO LNG.
Butter, Lard, Bacon, ftc., A-c.
BY LAI: H Ei & ?L?AAKDEB.
W?l be sold, in our Store. No. 137 East Bay, at 10
o'clock THts DAY, - "_'
16 kegs GOSHEN BUTTEB
10 kegs Natural Lard
6 bbls. Bellies
If > Bacon Sides
100 boxes Herrings.
Sundry other ABITOLES, consisting Of:
HOPPEKAS. Cream Tartar, Tea, Mustard
Tobacco, Olives, Matches, Blacking, Indigo
B"xes Fort and Native Wine, to close sales.
Condi ions cash. August 25
I.VDKH DECREE IN EQUITY*.
Meyer vt Fordham.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Oli Customhouse, THiS DAY, the 25th
of August. 1868, at ll a. M.,
AB that LOT OF LAND, with the BuBdings there?
on, situate on the east side of Meeting-street, in
Waid No. 8, in this city, known by the number 178,
measuring in front on s ai J street, from north to
wuth.SO f-et, and ba depth f< om weet to east,130feet,
be the said dimensions more or leis. Bounding to
the west on Meeting-streer, to the north on land now
or Ute ot Emil; A. Brown, to the east on land for?
merly of Daniel S tro bel, deceased, and to the south
on land now orbite of Mrs. A. L. Levy.
Term ?--One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, with interest from day of salo payable semi?
annually, secured by bonds of purchaser an ) mort?
gage ol the premires; buildings to be insured and
policy assigned ; purchaser to pay taxes and for pa?
pers and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
August 25 . th3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE lal EQ,*ITY.
Haig vi. Cohen.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned.
at the Old Cns omhonse, '1HTS DAY, the 25th
of August, 1868. at U A. M., ...
All that HOUSE AND LOT, situate on the east
side of Meeting-street, m this atty, and known by the
number 20, measuring in front on Meetos-street 80
feet, more or less, by 137 feet in depth on the north
hue, and liG feet in depth on the south hue; bound?
ing to the north on property , now or bite of John
Magee; to the south on laud now or late of Bobext
Smith; to the east on land now or late ot Dr. Joseph
Johnson, and to the weston Meeting-stir 1 ,.
Terms-One third cash; balance in one and.two
years, with interest from day ot sale, secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
Buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay taies and for papers and stamps. .
JAM lia 1 UPPER,
August 26 th 3 tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
M ashburn vs. Mashbitrn."
Will be sold, under (he direction of theunderslgnod,
at the Old Customhouse, THIS DAY, the 25th
of August, 1868 at ll A. M.,
1. AU that LOT OF L ^ ND, with the two and a half
story Wooden BOOM ther-on, situate on the south
side of Ca houn-sireet, m this cit , and known by
the number 93, measuring 30 feet front by 198 feet
9. All that LOT OF LAND, with the two and ?
half story Wooden House thereon, known by tbs
number 62, on Beaufain-street, in' ths city, and
measuring 30 lett fr?nt by 91 feet in-depth. ?
8. All that LOT OF LAND, with the two story flat
roof Wooden House and outbuild hags thereon.
Known by the number 3, on Kirkland's Lane, in this
city, and measuring 26 feet front Dy 82 feet in depth.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bonds of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with interestfrom day of
sale, -payable semi-annually. Buildings to be in?
sured and policies 'assigned. Purchasers to pay
taxes and for papera and stamps.
i JAMES TUPPER,
August 26 tbStnl . a Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE 1% EQUITY.
Boar vs. Magill. '.
Will be sold, under the direction of theunderslgnod,
at the Old CuBiomhom-o, on THUBSDAY, the 3d
day of September, 1888, atll A.M.,
Al that TRACT OF LAND, situate ba St James
Parish, Charleston District in>uge and Little Wam?
ba w and Toby f warn ps, waters of the seashore,
measuring 1190 acres, and koo * n by tbs nama of
"Buck Hall," bouiiding northeast on the seashore
and Vanderhorst Creek, southeast on land of Kiss
Mary Doar, southwest ',n bods supposed to be of
th? estate of alaoigault and northwest on a tract of
land now or late of B. \ Morrison, oa Jed Land
Bul. as will more fully appear by a pht ot toe said
.two tracts attaobed io the conv. j ance of James W.
Gray, Master in Equity, to R. T. Morrison.
Terms-Cue-third cash ; the balance in one and two
years, secured by bonds of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the premisas. Purchaser to pa- taxes and
for papers ?nd stamps. J A MES-TUPPER;
August 18 tu3thl Master in Equity. .
Prags, Cootie als, (Etc.
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22d June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ises formerly occupied by
HAVLLANI), STEVENSON & CO.,
BO. 23 HATNS-STBEET,
And w?l be prepared in a few dava to exhibit the
most extensive StoJ? of
TP. ES H AND CHOICE
BBUGS, MEDICINES ANB CHEMICALS,
That have ever been oponed in this markst
WE SH ALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OCR LINE FROM TUB
BEST LA BOP. A TORIES, ONE OF OCR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEriATELY FOB EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPURTATIONS XS
STORE BY THE 20lH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IO FILL ALL
ORDERS WIT'I IdSPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS ?SUAL, AT THB
ADOVE LOCATION, WITHOUl' INTERRUPTION.
GOODRICH, WINKAIAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 33 Uayne-strcct,
July 8 2moe CHARLESTON. H. a
ITS OONSTnUEXT.N. lH.. BlOHl-ST PART OF
the berry ot Who it a.id 1 arley Malt, being
scientifically pr?t arcd read for use this food oy an?
al-sis ie the same in its ch. mica! clemeuts aa
Hi Al THY BUBAS I MILK, and ls ihc easitst ot di?
gestion and us?mliatiou of all nourishments for
I'luldrcn, Invalids and Dyt-p.'piics It hr..- been
tried ly the i hysiriana of C arl.--t"n, au > is recom?
mended and prcfvribcd by thu most eminent physi?
cians of New York. '3EO. WELLS ilOMS i Ot ! .<.
No. 57 CortUnd-?truot New York.
DOTTIK & MOISE,
January 16 Ca irif-ton, S. OL
U. KELL IC H 8 ? V O.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 M h ET JNG-sT ll P. ET. -fi: Mt HARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES A.I) HliMlCALS
RECEIVL? WE!.? I.Y.
O-PBEWBIPTION- P 1 Ul MI'I'U '"AKF.-gjSA
Jan nary :i " ut-s
BUCHANTS CK V. A ? IJKSTOS
THE SU. TER N..W
THE ABOVE NAMBu U.ILISHED
rcekly m suinter, s. r , ?- ..- ., , - mt.-;* on
be WUmlujrtou an>' Ma c >ud h va
?inalar^od'eu sti n i,? i w-.ii. Ji Ula
lui.lisiii'ii. is ..fl.'-p-'-is a ?! . .bita me?
llum. Terms liberal.
Address, DAR? & O H'KEV,
May G Proprietors