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THE DAILY NEWS.
MST LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
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ING IN THE POSTOFFIOE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING) TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
Tax DAILY NEWS PBICE CUBBENT.-With the
-commercial year which opens to-morrow, we
offer to the mercantile community of Charles?
ton THE DAILY NEWS Price Current in a revised
and improved form. We invite an inspection
? of its merits and accuracy by our commercial
houses, and shall be pleased to receive orders
io supply copies regularly each week here?
Bingle copies five cents. Orders for ten co?
pies and over will be filled at the rate of two
and a half cents per copy.
BABBEBOUS.-Charles Brown, a barber in
.?Quoen-atreet, near East Bay, was arrested yes?
terday for shaving in violation of the ordinance.
He will have a hearing this morning.
ABB rv AL OE MXLTXABT.-Company B, 19th
United States Infantry, under command of
Major Egbert, arrived here on Saturday from
Georgetown, S. C. They will proceed to Mont?
gomery, Ala. . _
ANOTHEB DESERTION TBOJf THE REPUBLICAN
RANKS.-Mr. -James P. Boswell, the reoently
-elected Sheriff of Kershaw District, has de?
clined to serve, and announces his.adhesion to
Democratic principles. Sheriff Sill, the incum
.bont, consequently continues to hold the office.
NEW COTTON.-The first bale of new Alaba?
ma cotton arrived here on Saturday last, con?
signed to Messrs. Frost & Ad ger, and forward?
ed by Messrs. W. C. ?fe L. Lanier, of West
Point, Ga. It weighed five hundred and eigh
teen pounds, and sold for thirty-one cents per I
IBISH DEMOCRATS TO THE RALLY.-The Irish
Democrats of Charleston are invited to attend I
A grand mass meeting to be held at the Buber- I
nian Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. The meet
ing is called for the purpose of organization, J
and the Italian citizens of Charleston are I
invited to co-operate in the movement
ALMOST AN ALARM.-Last evening the atten- I
ti on of persons passing through Broad-street
?waa attracted to a dense Bmoke which pro?
ceeded from some houses near Church-street.
.It was very like a fire, bat on aloes examina?
tion proved to be ia the oven of a neighboring
btfkery.and the crowd dispersed without enjoy- I
ring a run with the machine.
A WABBIOB CAGED.-Michael English, apri
vate of Company A, 6th United 8 ta tee Infantry, j
.celebrated his return to the city last Saturday I
night, by getting on a breeze ? nd parading the
^streets with a drawn bayonet, greatly to the
terror of peaceful citizens. He represented j
himself os a patrol, but was consigned to the j
'Guardhouse to await a hearing this morning, j
THE CAMDEN COLORED- DEMOCRATIC CLUB.- I
-A correspondent informs us that this dab held I
4 meeting at the Town Hall, on the 25th ia-1
?tant, when addresses were made by General I
-J. B. Kershaw and other citizens. There was
a large attendance of both colored and white
.voters, the former manifesting great interest
-in the proceedings.
UNLAWFUL BURIAL.-Coroner Whiting re?
ported to the Guardhouse last night that coe
James Gibbes (colored) had baned the body of I
* dead child in Mr. Cardoza's yard, io the rear I
.of the Courthouse. Gibbs-was arrested, and I
will be heard before the Mayor this morning,
at which time the inquest will also be held.
Tho child was only a few days old, being born
Anray AL OF TROOPS.-Six companies of the I
43 th United States Infantry have arrived in the I
of ty, and are now quartered at the Citadel. J
Companies C, D, E and F of this regiment are 1
stationed on the Western frontier, bot have I
"boca ordered to report to Regimental Head
quarters in Charleston. Brevet Lieut Col. j
<}eo. A. William?, Major of the. 6tb, is at pre-1
-cent ia command of the regiment.
I THE COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUBS or THE I
CITY.-Tues? clubs, auxiliary to the white or?
ganizations, have been formed in nearly every
ward, and the list of m-mbera is rapidly in?
creasing. Halls have been furnished by the
white dabs, sad the meetings are always well
Attended. A colored dub was organized last
week in Ward 1, at which several colored
.speakers expressed their sentiments. A nam
ber of names were enrolled.
BIGHT REV.' BISHOP PXBSICO.-The select and
highly intelligent audience which attended th?
lecture of this eloquent and learned prelate,
on Saturday night, says the Phoenix, enjoyed
an intellectual treat. His lecture maybe char?
acterized as a splendid oration on Christian
civilization, ia contrast with Grecian, Roman
and Babylonish civilization; and he gathered
his facts and illustrations around woman as
the central figure io the picture. It was artie- j
iically and doqr entry drawn.
DEMOCRATIC GATHERINGS.-A large Demo- I
. oratio gathering will be held at Camden on
^ths 8th of September. Prominent speakers
from different parts of the State are expected
to address the meeting, and extensive prepara- J
tiona are in progress. Muller's brass baud j
from this city will b3 present and after the
-daylight proceedings the celebration will be
.closed with a large torchlight procession. It
is said that General Slocum will be among the
distinguished visitors on the 8th. His first
appearance in Sooth Carolina was with Sher?
man's army ; but he is now a strong supporter
cf the Democratic candidates, and will fight it
oat oa that line.
THE BITER Brr.-A former hying not a hun
.dred miles from the dty had bees so frequent?
ly annoyed by having his melons stolen from
the fields when hardly ripe, that he determin?
ed to give tbe thieves a dose, and accordingly
- doctored a number of tho melons with tartar
emetic. The plan succeeded admirably, as,
after a few trials, the melons remained un?
touched. Bat, unfortunately, the owner had
forgotten to mark those melons that had been
medically treated, and is hims If afraid to eat
them. The fruit now remains in the field, a
prey to hogs or-those bipeds who are not
aware of the danger of catching a Tartar.
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES over the Atlantic
Cable, it is announced, will after September
lat, 1868, be transmitted from New York city
to any point in Great Britain and Ireland at
the reduced rate of tie 85 in gold for tea words,
sad $167 for each additional word. The rate
from Charleston to any point of Great Britain
for Ireland will be $18 25 for ten words or lees,
and $181 for each additional word. Five addi?
tional words are allowed for s'gnature and ad?
dress. This is a considerable reduction from
the present tariff which is $27 00 in gold for
.fen words or less and $2 64 for each additional
The Death or air. James Tupper.
In the death of thc late Master in Equity
Charleston has lost one of her most prominent
Mr. lupper was a son of Tristam Tupper, a
prominent merchant of Charlestun, and was
born in this city on December 9,1819. He re?
moved to Aiken and engaged in commercial
pursuits when about eighteen years of age,
and waa elected intendant of that place while
yet under twenty-one. Having determined to
enter the legal profession, he studied law. and
was admitted to the bar at Aiken, where he
rapidly won a high reputation. During his
residence in Aiken he connected himself with
the Baptist Church, and received from that
body a license to preaoh, which he has fre?
quently done in the absence of his pastor. In
1846 he removed to Charleston, and became a
communicant in tbe First Baptist Church of
this city. He continned the practice of
law, and in 1850 was appointed Master
in Equity, which appointment was confirmed
by the Legislature at the next session. This
position of trust was filled-acceptably to the
public, who so far appreciated his high integ?
rity that during the late war he was called
upon to unite to his legal duties the arduous
position of State Auditor. While in this office,
which he held to the close of the war, he suc?
ceeded in arranging the finances of the State,
and prepared the treasury for the enormous
drafts made upon it.
At the close of the war he resumed his du?
ties aa Master in Equit. and contributed in no
small degree to restore order oat of the confu?
sion caused by that struggle. In his church
he was as active as at the bar, and his mem?
ory will long be revered by Christians of all
Soon after his connection with the First
Baptist Church, Mr. Tapper was elected
ono of the Deacons. He contributed large?
ly toward tbe building cf the Citadel Square
Church, and was one of the founders of
that corporation, in which he also held
the responsible position of Deacon, and after
the amalgamation of that church with the
Went worth-street, that of S?nior Deacon.
Mr. Tapper was a hard worker, and after the
arduous labors of the week were closed, was
seen early on Sunday morning in his place as
Superiatendent of the Sunday School, or, as it
frequently happened, filling the pulpit ia the
absence of the pastor. He was a warm sup?
porter of the temperance cause, and in con?
nection with tho late Judge O'Neale, canvassed
the State io behalf of that principie, besides
aiding largely in the formation of the society
of Sons of Temperance in this city.
Mr. Tupper died at his residence in Summer?
ville at eleven o'clock cm Friday night. The
body was brought to the city yesterday morn?
ing, and the funeral services were performed at
the Citadel Square Baptist Church by the Bev.
E. T. Winkler. The church was draped ia
mourning, and though the accommodations
are usually ample, every seat was filled, and
numbers were compelled to stand. A large
representation of the legal talent of the city
was present. Gen. James Simons, Judge W.
A. Pringle, Captain T. G. Budd, Hon. L W.
Hayoe, Messrs. James L. Gantt, W. G. Whil
den, W. 8. Henery, and John G. Mil nor, acted
as pall bearers. The text was taken from the
sixteenth chapter of St. John: "I go my way
to Him that Bent me."
The celebrant proceeded to show how des th
could be robbed of its terrors by making life
bat a preparation for death ; to those so pre?
pared death was but the portal of a happy eter?
nity. He referred to the many Christian vir?
tues of the deceased, his public career and his
private charaoter as a distinguished citizen,
and gave some account of his long connection
T:uh the church. "He had lived the life of the
righteous and his last end was Uko theirs." At
the conclusion of the services the body was re?
moved to the family burying ground, and the
large assemblage slowly dispersed.
Mr. Tupper, was married early ia life and
leaves a large family.
THE NEW BICE CEOP.-The new rice crop
appears to be about ready for harvesting,
which has already commenced on tho Sa ti Ha
and Altamaha Eivers ia Georgia, and a ship?
ment of four hundred bushels of new rough
rice has reached Savannah from Sa till a Biver.
The Georgetown (S. 0.) Times, of the 27th
We were presented a few days airo with seve?
ral ears of rice, which are certainly ahead of
any thine: of the kind we have ever seen. We
counted four hundred and fifty grains on one
earl They were from Estbervilie plantation,
the property of our friend, W. C. Johnstone,
Esq. Mr. J. says one of his nelda is estimat?
ed by parties who have seen it to be good for
seventy-five bushels per acre, bat that the
yield will be diminished in consequence of a
portion tailing down from the extreme length
of the plant (nearly Beven feet) and the weight
cf the ears._
THE SEA ISLAND COTTON CHOP.-By the
Bteamer St. Helena, which arrived from Edisto
about dusk last evening, we have later reports
from Edisto, Wadmalaw and the adjacent isl?
ands. The third brood of the caterpillars have
at last made their appearance, and are at work
in earnest, playing sad havoc with the cotton
planton most of the plantations. The most
serions results are apprehended.
The following is an extract from a letter re?
ceived from St. Helena Island, dated 16th mst.,
giving an idea of the condition of the sea isl?
and orop of that district:
"Cotton, as a rule, looks well, better than
last year at this time; more bolls are being
matured, and therefore more out of roach of
the caterpillars. Amount planted ubout the
same as last year. The worm has made its ap?
pearance, but thus far has done no harm. The
planters here feel confident that at least half a
crop is already secure, and probably more. "
NEWS FBOM THE CBOPS.-We learn that the
cotton in the upper part of Barnwell District
has suffered seriously from the rust, and in
many places the yield will be much smaller
than was anticipated. The corn and provision
crops are doing well, a ma:b larger area hav?
ing been planted with cereals than was the
case last year.
lu Kershaw District the river planters have
suffered seriously from the overflow, both
corn and cotton being submerged. The loss
t i the former crop by the rise has been estima?
ted at from five to ten thousand bushels.
In Laurens abundant rains have fallen in the
past few dava, and there ia apprehension that
cotton will be injuied by pu?iog ou too much
weed. Fodder is b.iug secured, and thc co n
crop is more than an average throughout the I
In Union tho weather during the fir8t part of
last week was quit? cool and wet. At present
it is warm and showery. Crops doing well.
HOTEL ABBTVALS.-Charleston Hotel-August
29_J. B. Edwards, New York; E. Mciver,
Nashville. Tenn.; J. C. Gillett, Augusta; .C. B.
Buist, Newberry; B. W. Boss, Major H. C. Eg?
bert. U. S. A.; Miss Egbert, W. W. Fleming, U.
S.A.; Julius Hayden, M. and CB H.; A. E.
Shelden, Atlanta; ii. S. Coben. Savannah; Mn.
Jno. H. Wil.ianis and daughter, Savannah; J.
Friedland and daughter. Beaufort; E. Platte
and lady, city; F. B. Barnes, H. E. Woolinan,
and E. irving, Savannah, D. L. Craft, U. S. A.
August 80.-Wm. F. Nance. South Car dim;
BL Neide, U. S. A.; Dr. IL K. Hogan C ?!a o
bia; H. 0. Hadley, (J. S. A; Dr. P. Sector, New
Pacuion Hotel, August 29_8. Bangton MM
elgoville, Ga.. Mrs. S. Leckie S. Lockio Jr.,
W. Beesmau, E. Labiche, and Auguu? Dorr,
Augusta. Ga. ; Thoa. L. Green. Li.; F. L.
Tom?>kius. Li.; A. Fielding. N. Y. ; -M. H.
Bogiu, Fla.; Aaa 8tokn6y and lady. T. R Stok
ney city; M.B. Crowell, HarryGorhum, steam?
er S ara gos-a.
80th.-Misa Ada Bateman. Savannah; L. H.
Henderson and lad >, Fla.: Jno. Mahoney, 8. C.;
Mrs. G. W. Waterman and chili, Edisto. I
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of the Standing- Committee of the
Diocese of South Carolina, held ou the 27lh Ausrast,
1868, the following Preamble end Resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
We meet to day with a seat vacant in our commit?
tee. Since our last assembling it has pleased our
Heavenly Father to remove irons the s ene of his
earthly labors, as ire believe, to the Paradise or &<xl,
our highly esteemed brother, the Be v. PAUL
TRAPPER KEITH, Rector of St. Michael's Church,
is this city. Others fondly remember him os the
venerated Pastor, the kind friend, the affectionate
head of the family; we would embalm his memory
as the courteous associate, the loyal and trusted ser.
vant of the church. For many years we have en?
joyed in this committee his counsel and co-operation.
We have known that he was conscientious, upright
and loving. We have marted bis interest in all that
concerned the weUaro of the cuurch, and his readi?
ness to advance the Gospel of Christ. Kindness was
in his look, charity In his heart, cood will to men in
all his acts. We shall miss his genial manners, his
friendly grasp, his quiet and modest dignity. We
mourn his removal, but not as these who have no
hope, for "them which sleep in Jesus will Cod bring
Resolved, That the "Standing Committee" express
their deep sense of the lose which the Diocese of
South carolina, and the church at large, bas sustain?
ed in the removal of one so universally esteemed for
his piety and worth.
Resolved, That we offer to the family of the de?
ceased, and to the flock of whioh he hu long been
the Rector, our sympathy in their bereavement,
commending them to the grace of the Comforter in
this dav of affliction.
Resolved, That these proceedings be entered upon
the minutes of the Standing Committee, and that a
coDy of them be sent to the family of our departed
brother, and published in trie city papers. m
From the minutos. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
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FIXED UP AND BEADY.-Mr. N. Febrenbach
has added several improvements to his restaurant
on Broad- street, and it now shines resplendent in all
the glory of new oil cloth and fresh paint. Other
changes have been made to accommodate his cus?
tom'-ri, and he will inaugurate the business season
by . free lunch of beef a la mode, okra soup an .1
other delicados, served np to-day between ll and 1
? NEW GRIST MILL, -Mr. J.IC. Bickley has
established a new grist mill and granary in Piti"
street, near Calhoun. This will be quite an acquisi?
tion to that section, as those desiring a supply of
these, articles have now to go some distance. Or?
ders can be left at MOISTS. Clifford & Mathewes,
Broad-street; Jose Jara, corner Market and Meeting,
and G. W. Atman corner King and Vanderhorst
Purchasers will have their goods delivered ra any
part of the city fire? of charge. Mr. Bickley's ad*
verlisement, .with full particulars, appears In another
MOREHEAD BITTERS.- Theso bitters can be
had at James MoKean, No. 68 Anson-street, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
Angustio 8m os mfw
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
SOLLEE.-Departed this life on Thursday 13th
August, WM. M. FITCH, infant eon of HENKY and
Emu. L. So mei, aged five months and nine days.
How often are our heart? crushed, broken, bleed?
ing from the sudden and unexpected departure of
some present joy, some cherished hope, some bright
Ont/ y e- terdav and you caz ed ?-Ith a parent's joy
and pride on the beauteous form of your little one.
His sweet smiles and joyous acclamations greeted
your approach; his little eyes spar fled wi. h deliuht
as they met yours, and -our heart wa? flied with
schemes and bright visions of the futuie How
crushed and withered 1 To-dav tho cold grave holds
cap i iv- -bound in loy chains the Lttle form and beau?
ty. But Stay not Rere; arise and go hence. Let
faith wing its way bey- -nd the grave. See the little
blood-bought, blood-washed spirit as ll flutters away
from this world of sin ana sorrow, seeking shelter
from the rude storms and cold winds of this life In
the bosom of his Jesus.
It ia his. It is sate. It is happy. Already has his
little hup been tuned to he song of redeeming love.
Weep n it, bnt rather rejoice, for where the t< eos uro
1B there will be the heart ?1 -o. Rejoice! for although
he cannot oome to you, you ma; go to him. Re?
joice! for he may be the fir ft among the ransomed
to welcome you at the porta s of immortality. Re?
joice! for Qed chastens whom he loves, in what we
know not now we shall kuow hereafter.
- ?_A FRIEND.
ont with the burning heats of Summer, the human
system requires to bo reinforced and regenerated at
this s.ason. Strength has literally been steaming
out of It under a temperature that necessarily pro?
duces exhaustion. Foll is the season of r?mittent
and intermittent fevers, and the weak and onervated
aro always the r first victim?. Now, therefore, is Ibo
time for invigoration. Those who have neglected to
tone and regulate the digestive and secretive orgins
during tho mouths of June and July, can no longer
continue to do to without imminent p ril to health
and life. Commence a course of HOSTETTERS BIT?
TERS without delay. Of all renovating, strength
sustaining preparations this is tuc- most wholesome
and tho most i ote:, t ltd es not und ul excite the
mo-t sensitive organization. Its mission ia to pre?
servo, regulate and restore. The tome, anti-bilious
and aperient vegetable elements walch it contains
are associated in the exact rroportions necessary to
put the whole pye'que into perfect working order.
Tbe purity of all its ingredients is guaranteed. It
rouses the lan.uld appetite, gives unwonted energy
to the digestion, calms ano braces the nerves, and re?
places lassitude and depression with energy and
cheerfulness; besides being agreeable to the palate
and freo from all the objections urged against the
adulterated stimulants and tonics, of which it ts de?
signed to supply the place.
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??NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY,
for Young Men, on Physiologic il ICrrors, Aousea and
Diseases, incident to Youth and liarly Manhood,
which create impediment to MARRIAGE, with sure
j means of reliei. Sent in sealed letter cneciopus free
ol charge Address Dr. J. hKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia. Pa.
?3*WHAT IS THE MATTER WITU YOU ?
This is the famiPar quet ?iou put to evorv Invalid.
In many coses ihe answer is, "I don't ki.ow exactly,
but I don't fe?l well." Look ut the countenance < t
the man or woman who mate* -his u-ply. aud you
will gen.Tilly find that the eyes%:o dull und lusire
Iess, thc compl-xton sallow, thc cheeks ti a cc d, and
the who:e t xpr-salon ol tho face dejee td. Interro?
ga e tho invalid more closely, and you will discover
th it constipation, tho rtsult of a discr-lered stomach
and a torpid liver, is at thc I ottoin ol the mbeniet.
! 'That's what's the matter." Whoever has expe?
rienced thc effocta O' TARRAN t's EFFERVESCENT
Si-LTZER APERItNT in such cases, need not to be
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TAUiUM & ^0., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278
Greenwich and No. LOO Warren streets. New York
>old uv all Dmggis s. -linos 22 July C
jB3- FOR RESTORING STRENGTH AND
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HIFATIO BITTHBS and you will not be disappointed
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tar DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 6.
Ia accordance with a resolution adopted at a meet?
ing of this Club on Wcrtneaday evening, 26th inst.,
notice is hereby given that an Election for a COM?
MITTEE OF rTVE, to constitute a portion of the
Nominating Committee for Mayor of Charleston, will
be held on Thursday next, 3d september.
The hour win bc designated tn a futuro notice
R. B. BAKER,
August 28 3 Recording Secretary.
SS- CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
The following gentlemen have been appointed on
the Committee on Finance of the Democratic party
of the City of Charleston : f
JOHN B. LAFITTE.
E. HORRT FROS 1'.
A. J. CHEWS.
R. M. BUTLER.
JAMES R. PRINGLE.
The following resolution was also adopted :
Resolved, That to the Finance Commi ted of the
Central Club alone is cat:u.-t?d the duty of collect,
ing and disbursing money on behalf of the Demo*
eratic party of the city.
JAMES CONNER, President
T. P. RTAN, Recording Secretary.
August 19 wfm G
SO- THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-IN THE COMMON
PLEAS_JAMES McCABE VB. ROBERT MoCAR
BOLL.-ATTAOHMEN T.-Whereas, the plaintiff did,
ou the thirteenth day of June, file his declaration
against the d?tendant, who (as it is said) is absent
from and without the limits of tbis State, and has
neither wife nor attorney known within the same,
upon whom a copy of the said declaration might be
served : It ls therefore ordered, that the said defend?
ant do appear and plead to the said declaration on or
before the fourteenth day of June, which will be In
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-nino, otherwise final and absolute judgment
.will then be given and awarded against bim.
J. W. BROWNFIELD, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Charlestea District.
June IS ml3
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August 28 lin Imo
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
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of 221 June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
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And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
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HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
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NO. 244 B ALTM ORE-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR ?ALE BT
Down: .& MOISE,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
.jT^ELiY UPON OURSELVES,
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CURPS DVspEpsl?, INDIGESTION. DIAR?
RHOEA. Fr.VER AND AGUE, \ND Gfc.Nfc.BAL DE?
BI il TV.
Wo have, after long Mudv anl many cxion'mcnta,
succeeded in producing what we rbira to bo the
BEST BITTERa AND MOST PLE*>*NT BEVER?
AGE iii MB.; ? ompr)uud?il as they aro of tho most
valuable ine/rdicuts known lo Pharmacr. AS U
IONIC AND ?P rriZER itha-no equal-re'fcib e
in ali B'LI'iU- Di H Av G KM f- NS resulting Iroin
miasmatic inftu'-m o=. so prevalent at tiic South, and
change of diet, cl m.iic and wator. In offprint.' to
the Southern pul lie our gr otToNIC ?.ND BEVEK
AGE, wc only ask lor it a fuir tr'nl. foehn/ assured
its own merin w?n noon entrara ns becoming i favor?
ite it the south. It has ah tho pleasing quailes ol
a "Liqueur,-' and thou -h under a smill vo'iimc, is
fiur times nv re activu th in othr,r*prc">ar.nion'<. I
is almost mdlsoonmble tor r coastlinliuR th<-blood
n femah-s suff'jritiB from debility a d low of nppc
lite, and tor pcrB 'ns exhausted by IMTWBS cxeirp
ment or over-oxer iou. 'Die rn?iicfli of ilieso Kitten
are felt nnmcdialcly. Dos- is a wine glass full before
Each bo'tlo has our stamp in.l nisnaturo over thc
cork. DO rt IE v MOI , Proprietors
And \V.;i le-nln D titrgi ts.
No. 109 MeeUng-stroel, comer Masel.
August 5 finio*
Purifies the Blood.
For Hale by Dru ngia ts Kvcrywherc.
July 28 nio lyx
J)lTT-STREET STEAM GRIST MILL
AND GRAN AST,
ONE DOOS SOUTH OF CALHOUN-STREET.
The undersigned having established a STEAM
G BIST MILL AND G BAN ART OM above, ia prepared
to furnish FRESH G BOUND GRIST AND MEAL;
also, Corn, Oats, Peas, Hay, Atc., all of which w .11 be
d. livered in any part of the city fro o of charge._
Corn ground on toll. J. C. BICE LET.
N. B.-Orders left at Messrs. CLIFFOBD k MATH
EWE:), Bro >d-8treet; Mr, JOSE JABA, corner Meet
isg and Market streets, and at G. W. AIM Ut, Drug?
gist, corner King aid Vanderhorst streets, before 10
o'clock, will be pruinutly Ailed.
August 31 mwf Imo
~yy?STWAHD THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WAY.
SECURE A HOME IN THE GOLDEN STATE.
Incorporated under the laws of the State, No?
vember 30th, 1867, for the purpose of providing
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
TWO HUNDRED TH0U8AND SHARER
At Five Dollars Each,
PAYABLE IN UNTIED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a foll description of
the property to bo distributed among the
Shareholders, will be sent to any address upon
receipt of stamps to oover postage.
Information as to price of land in any por?
tion of the State, or upon any other subject
of interest to parties proposing to immigrate,
will be cheerfully furn ia bed upon receipt of
stamps for postage.
49"All letters should bo addressed, "SECRE?
TARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Postoffico Box No. 80,- 8an Francisco,
California." Imo AuguBt 81
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND B0ILEB3, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 0 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPBOVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of an descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc, dc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
M A CEI N TS T AND FOUNDER
No. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Q.TJLLK1T'S PATENT STEEL Hilt SH
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO RE?
CEIVE orders for tho above celebrated GIN-t. 'I heir
merits were fully tested last season; and to those in
want of Gins this year reference is given to tho seve?
ral Factors and Cotton Merchants ol (his city.
Ca tal iguea, giving full particulars, may bo had on
application to C. GRAVELEY,
No. 52 Eist Bay, Sooth of the Old rostoffice,
Agent tor the State of south (ai olin a.
Ju'y 20 ml3
MEDICAL (VOTTi K.-PATIENTS SUF
FEllINO from 1 iseases pertaining to the
ti 1 NI IO URINARY O KG ANS. wilt roceive the latest
sclcutlflc treatment, hy placing themselves under
the car- of Dr. 'J'. REEN I >JERNA. Office No. 71
BASEL-STREET, three doors eatt from tho Post
J M P O R TE R S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c,
And Dealers in
CEOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
? 900 "?dPyB^ 275 V
WM. P. CORWIN k CO.
?3P"Goode delivered to all parts of the City.
July 15 wfm 3mo
HES'; srx cor.? <v a c? gnmaufiyaamsaa
Sole Agents iit NcwT?di.for ? &.P. COATS,
of Paisley. ScotLuiu".
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS AND PUR?
CHASERS OF SPOOL CO I TON for usc on Sewing
Machines, dcnviudin;.' the best und strongest
J. <?? P. COAT.?' &os. 50, 60 ana 70
Expressiv adapted to their wants,
july 7 tuUisSmo
ITT TKEA9URY, JULY ?, 1808.-NO
II 'E 10 HOLDEMS < itt FlRli LOAN C )U
P0.4S -T cFiie Loan Coupous due this day and
payidUo iu a?; City of Ne* Yorit. will i?< poi1 on pre
Huiu.h.ei .-.t this Office. H. THOMAS,
,Julv 2 City Treasurer.
FOK SALil!.. O.UD ALHSH.\Pblt\ IN
any quantity, price 76 cen>s per hundred. Aoply
at the Office sf the DAILY NEWS. February 20
j Vi' IUI)
M. Ul KD ?S? CO
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
REFINED PETROLEUM (OB KERO?
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. 203 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear oar trade mark :
WM. M. B. ? CO.'S STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ETI WAN.
WM. M. B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE LR AND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 Die mwf 3mos
Pro. (?froto, mc.
g T II A C S S ?i VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ABE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DR? GOODS, FANC?
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. AU orders pun< -
tually filled. An aged I in New York wiU furnish sap
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
Joly 30 Smos
BF. HTS EXCELLENCY ROBERT E. SCOTT, GOV?
ERNOR OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
EXaCUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 1
COLUMBIA, August 22, 1868. j
WHEREAS, INFORMATION HAS BEEN RE?
CEIVED at this Department tbat a wi:hil murder
was committed on the 13th ultimo, near the Court?
house of Marion County, cn the body of HECTOR
FOX A ORTH by JESaE HERRING, and that said
HERRING has fled from justice.
Now, know ye that I. BO BK RTE. SCOTT. Gover?
nor of the Stute of Sou ii Carolina, in order that the
ends of justice may be subserved, and the said
JESSB HE RING may be brought to trial and con?
dign punishment, do hereby oder a reward of TWO
HUNDRED DOLLABS ror his arrest and safe deli?
very in soy jail of the United State ?.
>aid HERRING is a bou! six feet three or four
loches high, spare ballt, pale complexion, yellow
hair, face marked with scars, and some defect in his
upper front teeth.
in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal f the state to be
[L. e.] affixed, at columbia, this 2~. >ay o? August,
in the y PST of our Lord. l;'G8, and in the
ninety-third ye r of the Independence of
tho United states of America.
BOBIiRT E. SCOTT,
Governor of the state or South Carolina.
F. L CARDOZO, Secretary ol .-tate.
30,000 FRANCS I!
HE RR I NO'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD':
FAIR. London ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THEW AGE!.
(S0.000 IN GOLD .
At the recent International Contest m the Pads Ex
The public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
and see tho officiai award to the Herring's Pated
over aU others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN.
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st, New York.
VARRhEL, HERRING & CO., I HERRING & CO.
Philadelphia, j Chicago.
HERRING. FARREL 4 SHERMAN, New Orl?ans.
Large Stock on baud bv
WALKER, CCGb WELL
Noa 3 BBOAD AND HW EA'l BAY STREET rs
CHARL KSTO.N, S.C
HOT LL PROPERTY AT AUCTION, AT
HILTON HEAD, S. 0.
W?U?G_iold at Auction, on WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY, the 2d and 3d of September (if not
disposed of at Private Sale),
The FORT ROYAL HOUSE, building 80 by 30
three stories, with an L 40 by 30, tbree stone; sta
bles and wagon quarters, and all FURNITURE and
CONSISTES O OF:
BEDSTEADS, Mattresses, Blankets, Counterpanes,
Bure ms, Sofia, Chairs, &c.
1 pair Elegant BLACK HOBSE8
1 Mi'ch Cow (Northern)
1 large Wagon and set of Harness
1 Photon, four seats, and Harness
1 Buggy and Harness.
August 29_2*_E. 8. RIDDELL.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Faciat, to me directed
and delivered, will be sold on MONDAY, the 7th
day of September, at the northeast corner of the
Courthouse, between ll o'clock A. AI. and 8 P. M.,
All the right, title nd interest of the Defendant lu
all that LO i OF LAND with a two-and-a-half-story
Bilck Building and other improvements thereon,
situate on the west side of Ltmehouse-street, and
known as No. 7.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of James
B. Addison at the suit of the People's National Bank.
At the same time and place,
AU the right, Utle and interest of the Defendant in
all that LO 1' OP LAND with a two and-a-half-story
Wooden Building and other improvements thereon,
situate on the south aide of Henrietta-street, and
known as No. 21.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Joshua
Jones at the suit of St John Phillips.
At the same time and place,
AU the right, title and interest of the defendant in
all thosa TWO LOIS OF LAND, with the two three
story Brick Buildings and other Improvements
thereon, situ?t* on the east side of Sing-street and
known as Nos. 434 and 436.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Cath?
erine Oppenheim at the snit of Albert Bischoff.
At tbe same time and ph o,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
all that LO! OF LAND, with a three-story Brick
Building and other improvements tbereoo, situate
on the east side of East Bay, and known as No. -.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Isaac
Belitzer, at the several sui. a of M. Raphael, J. E. Ad?
ger k Co., and Wm. Marscher.
At the same time and place,
AU the right, title and interest of the defendant In
all that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and other
improvements thereon, situate on Bennett-street,
Mount Pleasant, mea raring one hundred and seven >
(107) feet front, by one hundred and twenty-five (1261
feet deep, mon or leas.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of W. T.
Pearce at the suit of B. H. Bequest.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
all that TRACT OF LAND in St Stephen's Parish and
known as Motosee Plantation, measuring and con?
tuning four hue dr ed (400) acres, mora or less,
bounded on northeast by lands of A. Hood, on south?
west by lands of Clemmens.
Levied on and to be sold aa the property of John
A. Shlrer, at the ault of A. T. Darby, Administrator
for J. M. Creswell.
At the same Urne and place,
All the tight, title and interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND situate on Ferry-street,
Levied on and to he sold as the property of John M.
Bryan at the suit of William Ton Gohren.
At the same time and place,
AU the right title and interest of the de?
fendant in aU those TWO TRACTS OF LAND
situate in St James' Goose Creek The first meas?
uring and containing fifteen hundred (1600) acres,
more or lees, bounded on north by lands o? T. H.
Smith, wa-t by lauds of Hard, south by f doy's
Creek. The second measuring and cont* ming six
hundred (600) acres, nore or Jess, bounded on the
north by FUby's Creek, sooth by lands of estate of
Hard, east by Cooper River, west bylands of Sanders.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Charles
H. Cob?, at the suit of Wm. H. Chafes and others.
August 17 . WM. S. HASTIE, S. C. D.
OF A.X KINDS AND PIZES.
A URGK STOCK ?F THE ABOVE ALWAYS ON
hand und for sale at market rate* by
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent tor the stat?.
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
August 18 nie tuthslmo
WHOLESALE AJ.NL> liElIAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
July 30 Cmos *
You can do all your Cooking, eave time,
trouble and money, and avoid heating the
house in Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gras Stove.
Ask for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN
(Gas) STOVE. They tuc the best Take no
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or OM
Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Glue
Pots, Aa, Ac
Libe J terms to Agents.
J. B. DUVAL & SON.
Pto. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOB CHARLESTON.
Ausust 21 Die 3mo
PIANOS: ft* i A A o sil
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. 8TD2FF FOR
THE BE T PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE PHIL VDEL
PHIA AND NEW l'i'RK
OFFICE A ND WARERGOU. So. 7 S LIJiERTY.
STREET, ABOVE H?LI IMORE-STREE?, '
BA LT I MU lt E. Md.
RTIEFF'S PIANO H*.VE ALL rffE LA TET
improvement, includinr tim Aiira.'.e -r^-ie, ivory
fronts, and the improved French Aa??.. ;ully war?
ranted lor five years, wi h pfivfleg* of etohatme
within twelve mouths lt not entire y H >..?-i..c:ory to
purchaPer. ^cconU-h>nded Pianos ani Pa.lor Or
gaup always on hand tr^ro $50 to i30 I
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUR PIAK'V IN rtSEt
General Kotiert f. Lee, i exi'i t -n, V .
Ge-i'.-ul Itobcrt R.in80 II, Unwin ton. S U.
Bl.dmri Wilmer, Now Or eans. Lu.
Messrs. R. Rurwell k sous, OL nott-. N. O.
M >. -trakosjh, i ta', i nOpe*a
aies?""H Pier60u i: Sons, Sumter, H 1'.
Charltf? Spencer, Charleston S. O
April 22 6moe