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THE DAILY NEWS.
43? LARGEST CKCDLATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
SECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
/?PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTE BS REMAIN
.*NG IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
? BACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFTCE LAW.
AUCTION SALES 1HIS BAT.
WILLIAM MCKAI will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
? salesroom, No. 136 Meeting-sleet, counter,
MILLIGAN & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of their store, No. 22 Vendue Bange, for?
nitura, mattresses, 4c.
T. M. CATEB will sell at three-quarters-past
-S o'clock, on Brown's wharf, State and O .-ango
B. a A. P. CALDWELL will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, in froDt of their store, No. 90 East Bay,
hams an i sundries. -
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
in front of their Etore, Vendue Bange, sides,
JOHN ; G. MILNOB & Co. will sell, at 10
o'clock, at their auction salesroom, No. 135
Meeting-street, twill pant stuff, denims, fancy
JAMES W. GHAT, Maa'er in Equity, will sell
--at ll o'clock, at the old .Postoffice, a tract of
land in St. James' Parish.
THE OT TTTHT OF Corral.-We learn that A. C.
'Richmond, the newly qualified Radical Clerk of
?Court, has made a formal demand for posses
- sion of that office.
CHARLESTON COLORED BRICKLAYERS AND THE
NEW YOES STRIKE.-We see it stated that fifty
-colored bricklayers from Char lea ton, S. C.,
offered iheir ten hour services at the Master
Maso ?B' meeting in New York last Thursday.
Thia is the result of an advertisement pub?
lished ia THE NEWS.
BOARD OF TRADE.-The regular meeting of
the Board of Trade was held at the Club Room
-of the Charleston Hotel last night. Mr. E. W.
Marshall was called to th? chair in the absence
of the President. Messrs. B. P. Evans and C.
Irvine Walker were unanimously elected mem?
bers of the Board, rto business was transacted
on account of the small number present.
To THE MEHBEBS OT THE BAR.-We 'have
been requested to state that a meeting of the
members of the Bar will be held to-morrow
.^Friday) morning, at ten o'clock, in the court?
house, for the purpose of paying a tribute of
. respect to the memory of James Tupper, Esq.
the late Master in Equity. The members of
the Bar are invited to attend;
. BASE BALL.-A match gaine was played yes?
terday afternoon between the second nines of
~the Potomac and Ohicora Base Ball Clubs,
?which resulted in the victory of the former.
There were six innings, and the score stood
eight to three. Theo o are both junior clubs,
but are apt players,. and their first nines will
compare favorably with those of a larger
DRUGGED AND ROBBED. -A captain of- a sa il?
ia ng vessel lately arrived in this port, went hst
week to a bouse of ill repute in Market
street While there he was drugged and robbed
of 1650. The case was reported to the detec?
tives, and the guilty'parties arrested. The
money was refunded and the case dropped,
-though one man was. committed to jail on a
vcharge of larceny.
THE Caz ni STILL THEY COKE.-A fresh squad
-of the Pillsbury recruits arrived in the city
yesterday from the interior. They inquired
anxiomly for the "hotel," and were directed to
Pillsbury's ranch, where the rations for the
-< -rolers were kept. They were ali ready to idle
here far thirty days, vote for Pillsbury, and go
home rejoicing. Kow they moat go back as
.-well as they can, ir not sooner.
THE NATIONAL BOARD OUTBADE.- WO have
-received a neatly bound and clearly printed
.volume containing the proceedings of the first
: meeting of the National Board of Trade, held
~in Philadelphia in June last. " .Wo are sure that
.the NatioLftl Board of Trade will do good in
.promoting the commercial union of the nation
rand the development of its resources, and are j
glad to see its first meeting recorded in so neat j
-and useful a form.
A FIREMAN'S OFTEEING-The firemen of
?Charle*ton have been frequently made the re?
cipients of gifts from their Northern brethren,
' who have shown that the tie which binds them
- *waa not severed by the war. i he Marion Fire
--Company, of this city, bare lately received a
-beautifully ornamented silver punch bowl from
'.their brother firemen employees of the Bald?
win Locomotive Warks: Philadelphia. This
?token of friendship came to hand yesterday and
-was at once put to its legitimate use.
THE CHARLESTON HOTEL LIVERY STABLES.
'These superior stables have b.en placed in
?complete repair, and the stock of both horses
-acd-vohicles increased by several new importa?
tions from the North. The carriages are un?
surpassed in their equipment, and are of every
style known in the fashionable world. The
'. horses are sleek and strong, and those who
like to try the shell road behind a pair of trot?
ters, will have no difficulty in p recur in? a turu
--out. The stables are . under the supervision
-of Mr. Jackson, and every department is kept
in the most thorough order.
THE STATE CENTRAL CLUB.-This body, con?
sisting of the S tato Central Executive Com?
mittee, and one delegate from each Central
District Club, met on Tuesday ia Columbia.
"The following officers were'elected : Pr?sident,
"UTade Hampton; vice-Presidents, W. D. Por?
ter, 8. McGowan, J. D. Pope, JJ P. Thomas;
"Treasurer, W. B. Stanley; Secretary, j. G.
^-Gibbes. The several Congressional Districts
were recommended to meet each in convention
on tho 15th inst, to nominate candidates for .
.'Congress. The First Congressional District
-delegates to meet at Florence. Second meet
-at Charleston. Thud and Fourth at Columbia.
SECOND WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB-At the
.meeting of this Club, which was held at Hiber?
nian Hall last night, there was quite a laree
. gathering of citizens, including many voters
bom other wards. C. Richaidson Miles, Esq.,
presided. After the transaction of routine
business, Col. Wm. Whaley, by invitation, ad?
dressed the Club on the issues of the day, en?
forcing the truth that the great Democratic
party was the sole .agency through which we
could hope to secure the restoration of the con?
stitution and the peace and perpetuity of the
national Union. Col. Wbaloy's remarks were
frequently- wtemrpted- by applause, and at
their dose the mee tir g adjourned.
MURDER or A MALL CARRIER.-B. J. Hayes,
mail contractor, writes to the Columbia Phoe?
nix that on Friday morning last, between 8 and
'9 o'nock, as tho mail carrier between Lexing?
ton Courthouse and Mount Wiling, in Edge
field District, was pursuing his journey, ho
was waylaid near the line of Edgefield and shot
Jrom his horse. The assassin shot at bim five
times, the last shot only taking effect. The
ball struck near the hip joint and lodged, it is
supposed, in the bowels. The ca rier was an
old colored man, upwards of sixty years of age,
and was a mau of irreproachable character
distinguished for his urbanity to all white peo?
ple. The services on the route will necessarily
MOSE BOATS OX THU STOCKS.-Mr. F. M.
Jones, the famous boat-builder of Charleston,
bas now on the stocka at bis shipyard a ?ne
boat intended for the pilots of Savannah. It
is more than two-thirds completed, and will
be furnished much cheaper ?han those of
The officers and employees of the Quarter?
master's Department engaged a Mr. Webb
some time ago to build a boat which was in?
tended to be a rival to the Eleanor. From
some cause the work was stopped, and baa
only been continued at long intervals. The
model has been changed several times and
other alterations made in the shape. The work
was resumed a few days since, and the boat
will probably be soon completed. It will be a
pleasure yacht, sloop rigged, and about the
size of the Eleanor.
HOTEL ABBITALS-September 2.-Charleston
HoteL-J. G. Crane, city; J. F. Burke, W. D.
Bard, Mies A. Bard, Miss Bard, Georgia; H.
Waterman, New York; Geo. Calm, Atlanta; W.
R. Cloutman, oity; J. W. Jones, Georgia; Chas.
L. Campbell, A. T. Melchers, and D. Muller,
New York; S. L. Lewis, Terre Haute; A. C.
McCue, Brooklyn; E. A, Birdsong, Augusta;
W. Hall and, Greenville; Jno. Rich, Beaufort;
C. P. Hyde, Richmond; E. D'. Touse, Newnan,
Ga.; J. W. Anderson, Covington, Ga.; J. B.
Edwards, B. E. Brown and J. W. Womack,
Pavilion Hotel.-Vf. Welsh, U. S. A.; 5. H.
Sipple, New York; Miss Staut, Boston; D. D.
TJtsey, South Carolina; J. M. Long, city; H.
Rigby, Manning; J. T. Solomons, South Caro?
lina; T. A. Jeffers, Richland District; Wm. R.
Stringfellow, St. Louis, Missouri; J. Jackson,
Mrs. Jackson, Flonda; E. P. Lucas, Darling?
ton; A J. Pierce, Wm. Judson, Darlington.
THE Bow IN TEX CONVENTION.-The publish?
ed versions of the row in the Ridical Conven .
tion on Tuesday night were not altogether cor?
rect It seems that at the first meeting only
three delegates from St. john's presented
themselves, and as the parish was entitled to
six, three others were appointed and took their
seat*. This, it is said, was done in the interest
of Epping. On 1'uesday night the three miss?
ing delegates made their appsarance, and it
was moved to seat them in the place of the
three appointed on; the previous night. The
new comers were partisans of BoweD, and the
combined forces of Epping and Jenks gave bat?
tle. Bowen was the victor, as the resolution
was adopted. Epping and Jenks then with?
drew their adherents, about one-third of the
whole number of delegates, and the remaining
two-thirds continued in session, which resulted
in the election of eighteen delegates pledged to
vote for Bowen for Congress.
The foregoing is tho statement made by the
friends of Bowen. The following is the state?
ment made by United States Marshal Eppirg,
the opposing candidate :
A meeting of the eeceders from the county
convention was held at the Club House yes?
terday morning, organized at ll o'clock, fifty?
one members answering to their names, and
passed resolutions to protest against the do?
ings of the Bowen faction, and the illegal
r ulinga of Holmes. Also, showed bow Bowen
had packed the convention with men picked
up ia tbe sheets of Charleston and Mount
Pleasant, to represent parishes which bid not
even held a public meeting to elect or appoint
delegates to the county convention. Also,
showed how Bowen had gone to John's Island,
on the second day of the convention, and
brought three negroes over to make up his
majority, he having proven to be in a minority
the evening previous. After passing resolu?
tions, the convention proceeded to ballot for
thirteen delegates, and elected'the following
ticket, fifty-one votes having been cast : J. H.
Jenks, Alex. Williams, Wm. H. Taft, J. P. M.
Epping, Peter Ashe, Robt. Artson, F. C. Mil.
1er, Wm. Dart, M. McLaughlin, M. F. Becker,
W. Sparks, W. E. Evans, Paul Cammo].
Adjourned at 4 o'clock, sine die.
THE COTJNTT COMSUSSIONEBS-The new
"County" Commissioners have made a formal
demand in persm upon the Commissioners of
Public Buildings and of Roads for the delivery
of tho records and funds of their respective
boards. This was respectfully declined, as the
commissioners do not recognize the county
. officers as possessing any legal authority. Of
course the new commissioners were indignant,
and the chairman declared that he would oust
the contumacious incumbents by a writ of ha?
beas corpus--it is supposed that he meant quo
In this connection the following bill, which
was signed by the Governor on the 18th ult.,
ia of interest and importance :
A Bru. regulating tenure of certain offices and ap?
pointments thereto, and for other purposes.
Be U enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the State ol South Carolina,
now met and bitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority of the samo :
SECTION 1. That all State, district and muni?
cipal officers ap pc in ted by the General Com?
manding the late Second Militiry District, in
pursuance of, and under the authority of, the
reconstruction laws of Congres-, or appointed
or elected under the late Provisional Govern?
ment of South Carolina, and not removed by
said General Commanding, andwbose places
have not been filled bj election or appoint?
ment under the new constitution, shall con?
tinua in -office until their several offices are
filled by the election or appointment and
Stratification according to law of tbe proper
tate, county and municipal officers, or until
the duties ot such officers have been devolved,
by authority of the General. Assembly, upon
other officers duly elected or appointed and
qualified according to law under thc new con?
SEC. 2. It shall be lawful for any County or
State officer elected at tho elections of April
l-l, 19 and 16, or June 2 and 3,1868. to flo the
bond required by law, a-ul qualify for the office
to which he has been elected, at any time with?
in twenty days from the passage of this act,
and no later; and upon tho ii lin sr of such
bonds, and qualifying according to law, he
shall enter upon the duties of said office.
SEC. 9. The elections of April 14, 13 and
16, and of June 2 and 3,1838, held in conformity
with the Acts of Reconstruction, aud all orders
issued in pursuance thereof, are, and are hereby,
de?'ared valid, and all persons elected at such
elections aie declared to be entitled to tho im?
mediate possession of thc offices to which they
have been elected, upon their qualifying and
giving toe bonds required by law.
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That if
any person or persons holding any office or
ofhees in tho State or South Carolina sh.ll ro j
fuse to surrender to the person or persons
elected at tho ? lectionB of April 14,15 and 16,
and June 2 and 3,1868. or to the person or per?
sons elected at elections hereafter lo be be d
under the laws of South Carolina, not incon?
sistent with the nuw c J nsf ?tu non of paid
State, or appointed by the Governor in pursu?
ance of law, such office or office.-, together
with all moneys, books, records, papers and
property of any kind or character whatever
pertaining thereV, v,nenever auch person
or persona so elected or appointed shall have
qualified and given tho bouda nquired by
law, such person or persons so offending i-hail
be deemed trinity of a niademaatior, and on
conviction thereof Bhall be puuuhed by tine
and imprisonment, such fine not to bo less
than one thousand dollars, and such impris?
onment not less than one year at bard lanol?
in the penitentiary. All acta, or parts of acta,
inoonsistentnorewit.il are hereby repealed.
SEC. 5. That the pr visions of this act- shall
not apply to the offices of Judges of the Court cf
Equity, and or Malters, Registrars, and Com?
missioners in F.quity. but that the Haid officers
shall, until the first of January, 1869, co.itiuue
to discharge the duties a >d functions of their '
respective offices, for the dippo.ition of causes
which are now pending.
DANCING.-The academy of Mrs. P. C. Ja?
cobs, corner cf KIDK and Wentworth-streets, will be
opened on October 1st. See advertisement.
BASE BALL.-D. O'Neill ia detormiucd that
the Charleston Base Ballist will not bc eau ht out on
the fly for the ?ant of a eood pair of base ball shoes?.
Call and get your shoes, bet?re thc match gamo, at
D. O'NeUl'e, No. 36? King-1 tee t. .
A ?pb. al tum Pavement?.
To the Editor of the Daily News :
The writer of the article on asphaltum pave?
ments, which appeared in yesterday's Mercury,
could not have studied the subject properly, as
in bis anxiety to protect the tax-payers, he has
neglected to sta'o what was the comparative
cost per square yard of the two pavements,
and has thus left the tax-payers in the dark.
The side walk in Broad-street was not laid by ?
Northern contractor, though the pavement has
been patented and largely used in the Northern
cities, where it has given gr J at satisfaction.
It differs in some respect from that laid hy
''resident," but the contractor has as jet placed
no price upon his work, leaving it for an intelli?
gent pubhc to determine its utility before he
takes this step. The price of such a pave
mont cannot be calculated by that paid
for similar work elsewhere, as&the esti?
mate is always based on the cost of labor
and material in the place where it is usod.
The reporter of the Mercury should hav(
furnished the public with the cost of the tar,
painting and sanding that was necessary be?
fore the Meeting and East Bay street sidewalk
was made durable. Until this fact is ascer?
tained, the contractor of the Broad-street
pavement feels some hesitancy io placing
value on his work. He would also like to know
the Mercury's source of information which
places the difference in the cost of his work so
far beyond that laid by the "resident." The
Broad-street pavement is patented, and I take
this opportunity of informing tho public that !
have purchased a third interest for this State.
PAT O'DONNELL, Builder,
Our Irish citizens and the Radicals
CHARLESTON, September 2.
To the Editor of the Daily News:
I was a passenger in one of our city cars i
few days ago, when the merits of rival candi?
dates for the Mayoralty were discussed by twe
gentlemen, and I wa3 pained to hear one of
tbem make use of the following expressions :
"It seems tho d-irish are turning upon ue.
Look at Collins." I know not if the young
speaker is a Carolinian, but if so, how wOuld
he feel if I wished ovil to the old and honored
Palmetto State because the native ecalawags
aro untiring in their efforts to secure office and
greenbacks, regardless of honor and the wel?
fare of their native State? Is it right because
the miserable incendiary, Phellipi, is a Ger?
man, tb condemn all Teutons? And, finally, is
it because Collins occasionally spouts Radical?
ism and perhaps a. dozen obscure Irishmen
shout "Pillsbury's me man'' that the Irish must
be held up lo ridicule? Forbid it, j nstice 1
Of late days who more noble among the dead
than Jenkins and Gregg, and among the living
than Hampton and Aldrich ? Countrymen of
the brave defenders of Port Royal, well may
you feel proud, for in the shock of battle you
were among the foremost. And while the
memory of Sumter and Wagner lasts so long
will the names of Mitchel, Mulvany and Ryan
As it is all important that all should unite
and work with a will to secure the Democratic
triumph, it is the duty of all good men to
frown down any attempt to create dissension
between the native and foreign elements in
this city. Bather let old prejudices be buried
out of sight, and let all good men foster and
propagate the just and liberal policy of a fair
representaron of all white men on the equi?
table basis of numbers, property and intelli?
gence. And if any prove traitorous to the
general good, let him or them alone beor the
reproach. AN IRISHMAN,
WHO LOVES EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
If you want ciieap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
ko. ; or Miller's Almanac;
lr you want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, witta'any desired pattern ot
raling. go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
COOL AND SPARKLING as the nectar of tbe
goda is the soda at Back's esUblishment In Hasel
street. There is nothing more soothing on a bot day
than a glass of soda, and few places where lt can be
had as nicely served as at Buck's. It is one ot the
cosiest retreats in the city and a fivorite resort of the
You CAN save from fifty cenls to one dollar
per pound on teas, by purchasing them from Wil?
son's grocery, southeast corner Society and Anson
Goods delivered free. ?tuth
CHOICE GREEN ANT? BLACK TEAS, ono dollar
per pound, at Wilson'* grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
CHARLESTON HOTEL &?ABLE*.
THESE fXTRHSlYE STABLES ARE NOW IN
thorough i opalr and contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can be obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DOUGLAS k JACKSON,
Charleston Hotel Stables
Feptember 3 2mos* Pinckney-street.
P. P. TOILE,
V.'HOLESALE AND RETAIL
DUI? ?tv, SASHES AND ll Ll MI-,
Charit -?ton. S. C.
Particular attention pniil to shipping.
July 30 Cmos *
jr^ H K V fe. ll ' K
FASHIONABLE BARBER'3 SALOON
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South bid<>. between Kine and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER isatiennau Harber, has be^u thor?
oughly trained to his business ano is prepared to
?erve his irienrls and the pubhc generally ia the seve?
ral branches of hi? art, viz :
ll A Ut DVTING
Ot.- l-l ct; ?IF CHIEF F l'ou? K, MAIN
UUARDHOU.SE, CHA K L?SION, -j. C. August
il, 1838. -Recjvered and b.ought to tbis Post, a
GRAY FILLY. If net called lor within ?ve days, It
will be fold to pay expenses. C. B. > Hi WALD,
August 31 Chief of Police.
J tt s u r o n r c 3 j t n t i c s.
MERCANTILE FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
LONl?OX AND EDINBURGH.
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER AND SPECIAL ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, A. D. 1809.
THIRTEEN MILLIONS ?N GOLD,
PLEDGED POR THE SECURITY OF POLICY-HOLDERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES IN THE ABOVE NAMED COMPANY,
on QB favorable fenns as those of anv other Agencies m this city. He respectfully solicits a share ot
the patronago of his lriends and the public generally.
EDWARD SEBRING, Agent,
No. 34k BROAD-STREET.
August 11 tuthslmo
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION AND RAPIDLY INCREASING.
rrtHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING 3EEN APPOINTED AGENT op THE ABOVE NAMED POPULAR
JL AND HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE COMPANY, 18 PREPARED TO ISSUE POLICIES.
August ll tuthslmo No. 31 BROAD-STREET,
Quints, ?tis, ?tr.
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 Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOB 8ALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
August 20 2mo No. 126 MEETING-STREBT.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD .
8000 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pure American White Zinc.
ALL OF TBE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES k CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
August 2? 2mo
Progs, (2Li)cmiraU5 (Ste.
EN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of oar establishment by fire on the morning
of 221 June, we nave removed to the extensive prem?
ises formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HATXE-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 boen opened in this market |
WE SHALE CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL TBE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OCR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OCR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOR EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVINO MADE ARRANGEMENTS 10 FILr, ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS OSUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION,
GOODRICH, WIREMAN ?Si CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHF.iHCALS,
No. 33 llaync-strcct,
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON. *. C.
Purifies tue Blood.
For sale by Druggists Everywhere.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by thc Medial Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
g&* For Tcs.imoniuls of remarkable
:urcs, see "Ilo9urialt3 Almanac" for this
Pr.EPAIlEP OXI.T BY
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 244 BALT13I?EE-STKEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR r>ALE BY
DOWIK & MOISK,
No. 1C9 Meelin^-?trcet, corner Hascl.
July 22_ 6mos
?3" P. H. H.-ARl? SYNONYMOUS \VlTH
EleaRh, Strength and Vigor. The secret will be re?
pealed by investing in a bottle of PANENIN'ri HE
?AT1C BITTERS. For sale by all Druggists. w
gni?js, iEijcmifoIs, (tic.
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CDRFS DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION, DIAR
R ll CEA. Fr VER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
We have, after long study and many experimenta,
succeeded in producing what we claim to be the
BEST BITTERS AND MOST PLEASANT BEVKR?
AGE in use, compounded aa they are of tho moat
valuable ingredients known to Pharmacy. AB a
'IONIC AND AP/ETIZER it has no equal-reliab'e
in all B'LIOUs DFRANGEMENS, resulting from
miasmatic influence-, so prevalent at the Snutb, and
change of diet, climate and water. lu o uv ri nc to
the 8outhcrn pul lie our gnat TONIC AND BEVEK
AGE, we only ask lor it a fair trial, feeling assured
its own merits will soon ensure its becoming a favor?
ite at the South. It hus all the pleasing qualities of
"Liqueur,'' and though under a small volume, is
fair times nvre activo chm other precautions. Ic
is utmost indispensable for r constituting the blood
lu females sufl'orina from debility and loss of appe?
tite, and for porsms exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over oxer:ion. Thc benefit of these Bitters
are felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass fall before
E.uh bo'lle has our stamp ind signature over tho
cork. DO WIE ,v MOW, Proprietors
And Wuolesalc DruKgi-ts.
No. 1C9 Mceting-3treet, corner dasei,
August 5 6mo*
1)1 A SO 81 PIAMOS!!
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1308 HAS JUST BEEt>
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOB
TH li BE T PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVEK BALTIMORE PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE *ND WAREBOOM, No. 7 N. LIbERT?
STREET, ABOVE UaL 11 MORE-STREET,
STIEFF'S PIANO JJ=.VE ALL TBE LATEST
improvement, inciudin,' the Agraffe treble, ivory
fronts, and the improved French Action, tully war?
ranted lor five years, wi.h privilege of exchange
within twelve monti.s il not entirnly satisfactory tc
purchaser. >etouo -handed Pianos and Parlor Or
guus J way? on hand tr''m $S? tu ?300.
REFZBEEft Wno HAVE OUR PIANOS Di USE:
General Kot*rt i. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Ge.n-ral Kobert R.uso n, Wilmington. N. 0.
Bishop Wilnae:, New Or eans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwe;] i Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max strakoscu, Itali n Opera.
Messrs Piuse i k Sens, Sumter, S. C.
Charlo* >pencir, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 6moe
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL;
THIS DAT, the 3d Instant, will be sold, before oar
Store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
2C0 YELLOW BAGGED HAMS.
Conditions cash. September 3
BY R.&A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 3d instant will be sold, before our
Store, at half-past 9 o'clock, on account of shippers,
1 box INK, 2 boxea BLACKING
1 box Yea Rt Powder, 1 keg I ard
2 boxes Soap, 2 bag* Coffee
1 box Soda. 1 box starch
1 bbl. Sugar. 2 bbls. Mackerel
1 box Assorted Cindy, 7 kegs Nails
3 half-boxes Tobacco, 20 boxes Herrings
2 cases Harness, Buckles and Bings.
Conditions cash. September 3
Sides, Shoulders, Hams, $c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will afill THIS DAY, in front ot their store, at 9
4 bids. C. B. SIDES
200 IUb Sides
i hhds Ch ice H ms
8 boxes Choice fig Hams
2500 lbs. Strips
10 bbiB. Pork Feet
20 bbls. Sugar
40 sacks Extra and Super Flour.
Conditions cash. September 3
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold IBIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
18 FIRKINS tiTATE BUTTER
15 IDES ORANGE COUNTY BUTTES.
Conditions cash September 3
Entire Furniture of a Hotel at Auction; sold on
account of the Owner Leaving the State.
BY R. H. MARSHALL & BRO.
On THURSDAY, 10 th inst., at half past 10 o'clock,
will be sold at the Commercial House, cor. Queen
and Church, streets.
. The FURNITURE of said House,
Being a complete outfit of Parlors, Dining Saloon.
Chambcrn and Kitchen; also Bar and Fixtures;
Plano,Carpets, Minors, Crockery, Ac, Ac.
" Can be treated tor at private sale until 10th Inst
? September 3 thstuwth
-^AOH TIBS FOR BALING COTTON.
UNIVERSAL COTTON BALING TIE,
1HI3 TIE, THE STRONGEST AND CHEAPEST
in the market, has been improved since last season,
and is guaranteed to be sufficiently strong for the
heaviest bal-s. Put up m a very superior manner,
in bundles, each bundle c m tainin? thirty-six Hoops,
and Buckles complete. Now landing, and for sale
in Io 8 to suit parch iso s.
Also for ?ile, American HEMP AND FLAX BALE
ROPE, and MENDING AND BALING TWINE, New
York BAGGING, ic, by WILLIAM BOACH,
Agent for ?- ou th Carolina.
September 3 Imo
TJ p O N T'S
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
A URGE STOCK OF THE ABOVE ALWAYS ON
hand and for sah at market rate* by
3. N. ROBSON,
" A cent for Ibo Stal?,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
August 18 nae . tntbslmo
storth, trni. .
^oolc(>Tioy??ffl^p'S,?cSS? -?DO TATOS.
Solu Agents mNcw??ifhr J&J?. COATS,
cf PaisLry-, SeofJanil.
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS AND PUR
CHASEBS OF SPOOL COTTON for use ou Sewing
Machines, demanding tho best and t tr ingest
S I X-CO RB,
J. Si P. COATS' Nos. 50, 60 and 70
Expr?s ely adapted to their wants.
July 7 ' roths3mo
-yyESTWAKD THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WiY.
SECURE A HOME I.Y THE GOLDEN STATE.
[ncorpoiated under the laws of the State, No?
vember 30th, 18G7, for the purpose of providing
HOHES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
At Five Dollars Each,
?AYACLE IM UNITED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a full description of
he property to be distributed amon?* thc
lharcholdors, will be sent to any address upon
eceipt of stamps to c )ver postage.
Information as to price of land in any por
ion of tho State, or upon any other subject
? interest to parties proposing to immifrrate,
rill bc cheerfully furnished upon receipt of
tamps for postage.
JOS"All lottos should bo addrcssod, "SECRE
.'ARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Poatofiicu E"x No. 86, San Francisco,
.alifornia." _Imo_August 31
H1TY Titi EASUKY, JULY I, 1868.-SU
Ly TI 'E IO HOLD SHS "K FIRIi LOAN < ! >U
>ONS - T cFiie Loan Coupons duo this day and
avuble in thc City of New York, will pe pai't on pre
cntation at this Ortke. H. THOMAS,
july 2 City Treasurer.
Mahogany Counter, Shelving, Cooking Stove
and Utensils, Bath ng Tub, Bureaus, Bed?
steads, Alatressts, ??c.
No. 130 Meeting street,opposite Pavill jn
Will se'l THIS EAT. (Thursday) 3d instant, at 10
THE ABOVE; also, Sundries.
Terms cash._September 3
MILLIGAN & ?SON,
No. 82 Vendue Bange.
Will sell THIS I'AY, Si I. st.. at 10 o'clock,
L COTTAGE SET, consisting; ot Bureau, Bedstead,
Washstand. Hocker and Chairs, Table, Towel Rack
flew awi second-handed Mattresses
Chairs, Washstands, sets Drawers, Bedsteads
rooking Stove and Ute sile
Crockery, Tinware, Glassware
?Vatches, Jewelry, t? :, tte,
in invoice Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy Goods, kc.
Ttrill rant Stuff, Denims, Fancy Prints.
BY JOHN G. MI LA OR & CO.
IBIS DAY. 3d in-tant at 10 o'clock, we will sell at
oui Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
HEAVY TWILLS, Black and Fancy Cassimeres and
??atin?is, Blue Denims, Fancy Prints, Slate Jeans,
Black Cotton Jeans, Black Kerseys, Kentucky Jeans,
[Inion Linens, linen Bosom shirts, White Merino
shirts, Linen Shirt Fronts, Ladies' Black Cloth
Cloaks, L. C. Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, 3-4 and 4-4
Bleached Homespuns, .'.?ad Pencils, Scissors, Pearl
Buttons, White Hose, t c.. kc.
Conditions cash. September 3
Opening Soie of the Season of Boots, Shoes
BY MILES DKAKE.
Du TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock, T w3I sell at my
atore, comer ot King and Liberty streets,
ICO cases BOOTS and SHOES, just received and
specially selected tor the Southern market
Cases Men's Cab* and Kip H. W. BOOTS, 6 to ll
and S to 12
Cases Men'? Cal/and Kip H. W. and P. S. Balmo?
rals, 6 to ll and 9 to 13
Cases Men's Calf and Kip H. W. and P. S. Brogans,
6 to ll and 9 to 13
Cases Men's Otb* Creole Congress
Caves Men's Goat .-. Uppers
Cases Ladles' Pcb., Gen. anil ^oat Polish Boots
Cases Ladies' fine Serge Congress
Cases Women's Goat and Bun* Bootees, 3 to 7 and
6 to 9
Cases Boys' Coif Balmorals, 1 to 5
Oases Misses' Uoat and Bun" Bootees, ll to 2.
A loree and va'led asso.iment of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's SHOES in Cartoons.
40 cases Men's and Boys' WOOL, FELT and
DHESS HATS._September 3
ISDEH DECREE 1*? EQUITY,
ZJoar Di. Magill. . .
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, !i HIS DAY, the 3d ot Sep?
tember, 1868, at ll A. M. .
AU that TRACT OF LAND, situate in St James
Parish, Charleston District, in sage and Little Wam
baw an J Toby swamps, waters of the seashore,
measuring 1190 aerea, an .' known by tho name of
'.BuckHall." bounding i artheast on the seashore
and VanderhorstCreuk, si uthrast on land of Miss
Mary Door, southwest '.u lands supposed to be of
th? estate of Uaalg auK. end northwest on a tract of
land now or late of it.' i ?V? Morrison, called Land
BiU. as will more fully appear by a plat ol tne said
two tracts attached to the con v?> ance of James W.
Gray, Master in Equity, to R. T. Morrison.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one and two
years, secured by bunds of the purchaser and mort?
gage of tho premisGs. Purchaser to p-v taxes and
for papers and stamps. JAMES W. GRAY,
Septembers taStlil Master in Equity.
joints, ?ils, ?r.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTl'RES .
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. 203 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S 8 A F E.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BRlNDa OF WHIT ti LEAD, which ara
:opyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WO. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL WANDO,
' CHICORA AND ET1V ...
war. M. B. & co.'s AND QUEEN cur
CHE FAVOBITE LR AND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 Die stuth 3mo8
TUFT & HOWARD,
Yon can do all your Cooking, save time,
trouble and money, and avoid beating the
house in Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove.
Ask for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN
(Gas) STOVE. They are the hist. Take no
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Gluo
Pots, Ac., Ac
Liberal terms to Agent?!.
J. 13. DUVAL. & SON,
P.o. 337 K'NO-s I'RKET,
AGENTS F U il H \ lt LE ST ON.
August 21 t>*c_ _3mo
J" V S T It E < V E I E D
E. H. K E 1 \ i l? S A CO.,
No. 131 MEI i - tenser,
ICH? GRANDE GRILLE
KISSING A A li WATEB,
In O' . igos.