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FACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW FC STOFFICE LAW.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Charleston Typographical Union, at 8 P. M.
Phonix Fire Company, at 9 P. M.
Committee Arrangement Catholic Orphans'
Entertainment, at 8 P. M.
THE MARINER'S CHUBCH.-There will bo ser?
vices in the Marincr'a Ch arch, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at hai/.past ten o'clock in
the morning, anti four o'clock iu the afternoon.
EXTRA Tarp TO SAVANAH.-Tho steamer
Dictator, Captain McNelty, will, in addition to
her regular trip, leave Charleston on Saturday
evening, at eight o'clock, for Savannah, and
returning:, will leave Savannah for thia city, at
four o'clock, on Sunday afternoon.
THE INDEPE?TDEXT OED EU or ODD FELLOW.?.
It will be perceived by reference to our ad?
vertising columna, that the order in this city
will celebrate their fiftieth anniversary, on
Monday evening next. Tho occasion ia one of
great interest, and we doubi not that there will
be a Jhrgo attendance.
DKAWTNO THE LOCAL JURY LIST.-The Com
mitt's ot Council, charged at the last meeting
with the duty of drawing the local jury list,
will commence their labors to-day. As they
have Borne discretion in the matter of qualifi?
cation, it is hoped they will apply it in the
general interest of tbe community.
A GENERAL HOLIDAY.-lhere seems to be an
universal desire that there should be a general
holiday on the occasion of the annual parade.
There are so fow holidays that our people en?
joy,that the demands of trade might well allow
tbat the day in question should be devoted to
public enjoyment. What 'say our merchants ?
PERSONAL.-In the Prize Li?t for the session
of 18C8-9 of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
and Surgeons, Edingburgh, Scotland, we no?
tice that the names of J. Wis tar Vance, of Abbe?
ville, S. C., and Carolus A. Simpson, of Lau?
rens, S. C., appear, the latter carrying oft a
gold medal in the senior division of the class
of Anatomy, and the former recorded as a
third junior in tho class of Systematic Sur?
THE BATTEBT.-A loree of laborera was en?
gaged yesterday in putting this favorite resort
in something like decent order. But thc weeds
and overgrowth are not the only marring fea?
tures of the garden. The walks, especially on
thc sea face,ar : in a shocking condition and sad?
ly need repair. In several places there are holes,
which after every rain fill up and render tho
way impassable. In this age of improvement
something surely should bo done to prevent,
at least, further deterioration.
QUARANTINE REGULATIONS_On tllO first of
May the quarantine regulations of the port will
be pat in force. They will be of a very strin?
gent character, and every exertion will bo used
to preserve the best hygiene, by constant vigi?
lance on the part of the hoalth officials. Dr.
George M. King, of Baltimore, Md., but who
has been residing here, and practicing his pro?
fession since the war, ha3 been appointed by
the health officer, Dr. R. Lebby, and approved
of by Governor Scott, as the boarding officer
at Fort Johnson.
As IMPORTANT FEATURE OF THE FIBEMEN'S
PARADE.-The Augusta Chronicle announces
to the thousands of friends of Colonel Jeems
Meredith (Grand Cyclops of the Ku-klux
brigade) both in Augusta, Charleston and
elsewhere, that he is rapidly recovering from
his serious indisposition. His physicians
think that he will be able to participate in the
grand fireman's parade at Charleston on the
27th. It is understood that he will represent
the beauty of Augusta on the occasion. He
will reach here on Tuesday morning.
THE UAXXED STATES COUBT, Am IL 23-HON*.
GEORGE S. S HY AN, PBESIDIKG.-M. Manheim
was finally discharged in bankruptcy. Hearing
petitions for the establishment of liens occu
piecrthe attention of this Bide of court.
In the Cirait Court the following casos were 1
disposed of before the jury: The Tredegar '
Iron Works against John Aloxandor; the Judgo '
pigned decree for $8te 72 and interest. Miller '
& Ellis, against J. Lilienthal & Co.; dectee 1
signed by Judge for $652 with interest. H. B. 1
Claflin& Co. against Bristow & Blackwell; de- ]
cree ior $716 U with interest, &c.
HIOH SCHOOL.-At a meeting of the Board 1
ot Supervisors, held yeoterday alternoon at 1
the Mayor's office, Mr. Virgil C. Dibble was 1
unanimously elected first assistant teacher.
Mr. Dibble has been a zealous, painstaking 1
and successful teacher. Hi? promotion is a (
simple act of justice gratefully rendered by -
the board. As much to his surprise as gr&tifi- 1
cation, Mr. Dibble was yesterday presented '
by the pupils of ?is department with a very 1
handsome set of gold studs. Action on the (
subject of electing other assistant teachers
-was postponed until Friday next, at five P. M. *
Mr. W. R. Kingman was unanimously elected -
secretary of thc board. 1
AKKU AL PICNIC OF ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN t
SUSDIT SCHOOL.-This interesting event came <
off yesterday, and was a complete success. At ?
about nine o'clock a specie! train, heavily I
freighted with thc children and thoir friends, (
moved from the Northeastern Railroad depot, '
bound for Porchcr's farm, somo fiteeu miles <
?tomAhe city. Thc entire party, children and I
adults, numbered between four and five hun- ?
dred, and amused themselves after a manner 1
which was as entirely satisfactory as it was *
decorous. Wo observed upon the grounds tho 1
venerable and esteemed pastor of the church, "
the Rev. Dr. Eachman, and also his able junior J
and associate, the Rev. W. W. Hicks. Towards :
sunset the happy party returned. Teachers ?
and scholars alike deserve congratulations *
for the successful result of this pleasant field I
inspection and review of this largo corps ol f
that grand body, the Sunday School army. I
THE FrLXBUSTEBS.-Tho Savannah Repub- t
hean says the eastern part of that city is con- t
siderafaly agitated, especially the idle sailors 1
and loungers, by Cuban affaira. The large of- j
fers of money, especially for experienced ofli- i
cers and able-bodied men, aro tempting many c
a man to take a boat to Florida, where he will <
meet an aient who settles everything to his i
satisfaction. The truth is that 6ome money <
has been made by certain parties in that city 1
in connection with services rendered to the 1
emissaries of the revolutionists, who have a |
rendezvous in Savannah. A certain sloop i
which has recently been coasting in our wa- i
tere, has handsomely rewarded her owners by i
running the (so-called) blockade of Cuba, bav
ingJfe?de two trips, and about to engage in a i
third attempt. She has taken men and am
. munition, and reports no difficulty in landing,
provided proper vigilance is exercised to
. avoid the Spanish war vessels.
BASE BALL.-The meeting of the Hun
Dory Base L'ail Club last cvenins was one
unusual iuterest. Their president, Mr. La
renee Murphy, was made the recipient ol a v<
handsome poid badine Mr. G. L. Finn?g
presented tho badge, and alluded in a very
licitous manner to Mr. Murphy's Iou;: conni
tiou with them-Lis diligence, zeal and imp;
tiality. Mr. Murphy made an appropriate i
spouse. He returned bis thanks with much fe
ins, and said that the present prosperous con.
tion of the club was mainly owing to the cxi
tions of the members. The Hunki Dorys i
getting themselves in good trim forthesumn:
HOTEL ABBITALS, April 23-Pavilion Hotel.
F J Higdon, Jamison's T O; D A Hoskii
Greensboro'; J Minima Sullivan, Groenvil
James Stewart, New Yotk; L Dantzler,
Mathew's; W Mallard. Boston.
Charleston Hotel.-A H Chisolm, City; C
Andell, John's Island; S S Hoe, It M Hoe, C
Hoo, A H Stockwell, New York; James M Mot
C H Hali, Orangeburg; Charles II Delar
Now York; J B Ezell, Columbia; Frank
Taylor, H J Green, City; Salo Schnrey,
Louis; S R Black, Gordon McMay. England;
T Jaques, Pensylvania; F L Mullford and wii
Colonel W W Price, wife and servant, Them
E Smith and wife, W H Ford, Mrs J G Gregoi
Miss J R Gregory, Miss Ble?del, New Y01I1.
REPOBTEKB' CB-OS. - C. W. Wieclring
erecting a booth in Meeting-street, imme
ately opposite the Charleston Hotel, to satit
the wants of che thirsty on the 27tb.
The City Park bas been relieved ot* ita weet
and the brick base of tho railifig has be
cream-colored. The contrast with its fora:
appearance is pleasing.
Washerwomen, tailors, seamstresses, &
are as busy as bees, gettiDg uniforms rea
G. W. Clark & Co., report says, arc soon
change quarters to the building diagona
opposite their ptesent location, and formet
occupied by James W. Brown &> Co.
Tlv Union League, at its last meeting, tri
Daddy Cain on the charge of doubtful feall
and acquitted him. BeLarge was to have be
arraigned, but Caius acquittal quashed t
OUT OF IHEIR ELEMENT.-Night befe
last a seamen, belonging to the schooner A
nie E. Glover, lying at Brown's wharf, diecc
ered a long black object floating along t
head of the dock, while directly in its rear wc
several smaller ones following at a rapid pat
Being unable to determine their character, 1
procured a boat and went in hot pursuit, wh
he ascertained the object of his curiosity to
a large femalo mink, with eight or nine youi
ones, trying their utmost to keep np with t
mother. He succeeded in capturing a yon
one, and yesterday had it aboard of the vess
It is about tbo size of a small lap dog, and 0
parently several weeks old, and ht a long sba
teeth. Several persons made attempts to ca
turo tbc mother but failed, and only caug
some of the young. Thoaa that were left wi
th3 mother got in*o the Customhouse do.
and could not be lound.
THE NEW YOBE HERALD has lately present?
a new and interesting feature-interesting I
the general reader, but more particularly so
the commercial community. Heretofore tl
marine column bas boeu conducted on tl
samo plan in use for years by tho apeciall
mercantile papers, to make a monotonoc
record of arrivals and departures, with, psr
haps, the slight diversion of au occasiona
item of acknowledgment ot thanks to an obltg
ing steamer purser for late3t foreign papers
Now the miscellaneous character of the gene
ral news column? bas been introduced, ant
?under the heading of "?hipping Notes" th
liveliest bits of gossip and information con
corning tho movements of the five or six hut
dred vessels usually in port are given, and b;
a writer who is evidently thoroughly posted 0;
the Bubject matter of bia contributions. Th
Herald has two steam yachts engaged in th
gathering of ship news-two regular marin
editors, and the special writer of "Shippinj
Notes," and is certainly entitled to tho credi
of being beyond rivalry as a news gatheror.
THE SEA EHTBANOE TO CHARLESTON_Th
main requisites of a prominent seaport is
sufficient expanse of deep water well protects:
by the land, to accommodate and keep afloat 1
numerous fleet of ships, and a sufficient deptl
of water leading to the sea to enable vessels ti
pass with facility. In the former requisitt
Charleston is admirably located, baviug foi
miles around ber a depth of five, six and sever
fathoms, where tho fleets of the world might
ride. Her sea entrance, however, has been
considered somewhat contracted, and for very
heavy ships it stands as au obstacle. The
Tampkin Hill Channel, at present used, will
permit a passage, _t fair tides, of seventeen to
sightoen feet, and even eighteen and a
iialf bas been successfully brought in.
Tho British propellers, which are now
?ming into tho cotton trade of the South
Io not require more thau this, ind pass
In and out of our port with facility, and
It is probable tbat three-fourths, of tho
world's cjtnmercc is transported in ships of no
greater draft ; but notwithstanding tho present
lepth is suitable not only for oar present traf?
fic but tor a largely extended trade au im?
provement ia the amount of water on tho bar
?vould have its advantage?. This subject wa3
ittracting much notice, and a dredge boat,
:onstract;d by our enterprising fellow-citizen,
T. M. Eason, Esq., had been used with consid
jrable success on an or 1rance to the harbor
toown as Maflit or Beach Channel immediately
?ext to Sullivan's Island; but the late unt'ortu
late struggle put au end ?0 this and all other
jfforts for tho improvemout to tho sea cn
iince to the port. With tho view of initiating
lome new efforts in this direction, several gen
lemen belonging to thc commision, who form?
erly had the work in charge, among whom wcro
klesars. Henry Gourdin, P. J. Porcher and W.
>. DeSaussure, accompanied by two ol our ex
leriencod pibts. Messrs. Samuel Bell and S.
Hancock, went down yesterday forenoon to
nake an observation on ibis channel near
Sullivan's Island. This point of entrance bas
tome prominont advantages, among which are
rery limited sea motion and proximity to ibe
iity. Its conveniences are eo considerable that
n 1858, '59 and 'CO, much the larger portion of
he commerce of tho city was dono through
bis entrance. These gentlemen wore much
ileased with thou: rcconnoisance, and were
.'ratified to find better water thau they bid ex?
acted. The tide fell ont quite low, and 60und
Dgs were taken at low water slack, when
he least water found was eleven feet, indica
ing about nineteen feet at good spring tido3.
i spit extending from Drunken Dick breaker
uta into the channel and somewhat contracts
ts dimensions; lhere are aleo some half dozen
mnken blockade runners near by; bat these
ibstructioBS can probably bo goi rid of at a
nodorate expense, and with a lemoval of the
JU ter part of thc breakwater this channel may
be made the moat convenient entrance to the
tiarbor. We trust that tho efforts of those
gentlemen will meet with encouragement, as
notwithstanding the many natural advantages
of our positiou, the sharp competition around
us renders it necessary that every possible
facility should be given to tho prompt and
cheap transaction of business at this point.
With vigilance and energy on the part of her
sons, Charleston will take a leading placo
among the great commercial marts of the
OFFICERS OF TOE GIUNITEVILLE MANUFAC?
TURING COMPANT.-An election for President
and Directors ol the Granitevillo Manufactur?
ing Company was held on Thursday, in Gran?
itevillo, and the following named gentlemen
unanimously olected : H. H. Dickman, Presi?
dent; A. S. Johnston, W. L. Trenholm, J. P.
Boyce, John M. Clark, H. Beattie, A. B. David?
son. Wm. Gregg, Jr., Directors.
NEW ICE CBEAM GABDEN.-Mr. Amos Brook
banks bas opened an ico cream and soda water
garden in connection with his fruit store, in
Meeting, near Queen street.
Mr. DOYLE, the well known clerk at tho Amer
ican House, Boston, isoue of thf great favorites
i with the travellins: public. His well known
i face at the office is only an intimation of the
thorough comfort and uniform courtesy which
meets tho guest throughout.
PERsONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with eire and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring pioferred.
April 22 3mos*
FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ON MORT?
GAGE ot utencumberod Real Fstate within
the city, or on irocts ot 3600 acres land in St. An?
drew's and St. Paul's Purisbcs, recently inspected
and certified to, containing extensive and solid beds
of best qnalitv Phosphate Rock. Apply by letter,
Box No. 188, P. O., or personally to
N. M. POR 1ER,
April 21 w*2 No. 143 Calhoun-streei
$i)trts an) /ainis^tng ?nobs.
1?HE KEASON WHY
ARE PREFERRED OVER ALL OTHER STYLES OF
Shirts in tho market, ls tobe found In the recog?
nized superiority of thoir
JuFt received a LARGE STOCK, of the above
named popular make of Shirts, made expressly for
our trade, which are offered at reduced prices.
Also, Undershirts, Drawers, Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Suspenders, Gloves, Col?
lars, Cravata, Bows, Ties, Scarfs, and every?
thing pertaining to a gentleman's (oik -, at
January 1 Cmos
(Clotl)imi an) Jiirnisljinij ($0005.
I WH* I
No. 291 King-street,
Corner of Wont-wort ii.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
Spring Uothing and Furnishing
Q- O O 2D S,
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Now Opened and Offered at Low Prices.
The Stock comprises all the new Styles of GOODS
AND GARMENTS introduced this season. Pur?
chasers are invited to call and examine thc stock and
make their selections.
IV GREAT VA RI ET V,
STAR BRAND S HURTS!
Which I have been Sellins for twenty-five years,
neted for their GOOD I TT aud Durability, 'lhere
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LINE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Viz : TUE BItKO?*, TUE DICKENS. SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROTTE,
BISHOP. Ac, Ac., Ac.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Cholee French., English and American
CASS131EKES AND COATINGS.
Which will'be MADE UP TO ORDER in the best
manner, under the care of a first-class French
B. W. DIcTCi!SOL'S, Superintendent.
April 23 30
gHAMPOOIIVG AND HAIR-CUTTIilG.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April.H No, 81 Broad-street (up stairs.)
FOR THE FIREMEN'S PARADE.
NEW ICE CKEA:U GARDEN
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
THE SUBSCRIBER BEG* TO INFORM THE
public that be bas opened an Ice Cream and
Sodi Water Ga-clon at bia old siand in Mcrtiug
Rtreet. whpro be is p'epared to furnish Icc Cream,
Fruit, Soda Wat?, &c. &c.
A. Um > OK BA .\ KS,
Meeting-?troet, two deors above Queen.
April 2t , 2
THOMAS THE US IS NOW READY TO SER7E
his cusiomors with CREAM, at No. 103 Went
worth-street, j WO DOOR? EAS! Ot" Pin.
FINE Yk'LLOW PINE WOOD FOR BAUS, IN
Iota to suit purchasers. Apnly at WOOD YAR< ,
Lucas, foot of Mill-street, adjoining .Moulding Sow
Mill. Orders left at tho tollowiug places will receive
Drugstore of W. A. Skri'-e, King-street,
Drug store of P. M. <"ohci, Kins-street,
And at A. Brookbanks, corner oi Meeting and Queen
strocts. 3. O. N' >LT E.
DOTTEREk'S GRAIN MILLS.
Corner Calhoun and Alexander-streets.
MANUFACTURES GRI3T, CORN MEAL, PEA
Al EAL, and feed ot aU kinds. Faa.il>- orders
supplied by wacon. Having purchased an interest in
the obove Mil!, 1 nm now prepared to supply my
friends. Those desiri UK to give mc 'be r custom
can do so by leaving their cards at either of th- follow,
ing places where boxes will be found: Fogartie's Book
Store. King-Btreet;Southern Expreis Company, Meet?
ing-street; Walker, Evans * Cogswell, Hroad-slreet;
J. A. Qnackenbush, East Bay. Orders for aoods to
be sbippo'l mu-t oe left by half-past Ten o'clock, A.
51. No charge mado tor drayase. All communica?
tions addressed to S. GOURDIN PINCKNEY.
SHOW CASES ! SHOW CASES J
ALL SIZES AND STYLES CONSTANTLY ON
HAND and for sale. Toy*, Trimmings, Musi?
cal Instruments, Stationery Base Bal:s and Fancy
Good?, ??c., fcc.
??tamping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
cuted. W. McLcAN,
March 31_Imo_go 431 King-strcet.
Japanned and Stamped Tin
Ware, offered at wholesale only
by WilJiam Shepherd, No. 17
Hayue-street, Charleston, S. C.
REFINED FA511 LY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Ask your Grocer for onr brand of
Lard In these Packages.
r?k>x' ? H.. c ii*, in m o. ,1.?;. , se-,n,
shipmont. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Pend
lor Price List, Imo April 8
^ocl)incrn, (Eastings, (Etc.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
McCAUTLJY COTTON OIN,
8TEAM ENGINES AN.O BOILERS, of various stzfs
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COEN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL.-, SUUAR BOILERS
AND PANS, ot ull sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, (rom 6 to
10 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hind.
power, ?jaw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all defcrlptionf
made to order
Particular attention paid io
HOCSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, tic , dr,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
Af A CU IN IS 2 AND FOUND EB
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mw*
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
I A M E K tl N Cv CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c
Noa. 4, 6 and 8 PRITCIIARD-STREE2,
(NEAR THE ECY DOCK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND EOILEILS-MAUINE,
STATIONERY AND TOR TAR LE.
RICE THRESHLRS AND MILLS Ol' EVEitY
SUAJTESQ, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
Wa guarantee to furnish ENGINES and B fLEBS
of os good quality and power, ondatas low rates as
?ai be had in New York, Baltimore or fhilo.letphia.
Ashcrofts Low* water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIR'S PROMPTLY ATTENDED IO.
February l D*C 3tuo3
JOHN D . A li B X A M D K ft ,
NOTART PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO BroaU-strcct.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and otherB,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
cither In part or whole, fcc. January 0
Prnrj5, (Lljcmifals, (Str.
I)?. 0. S. PItOPHITT'S
FAMILY MEDICI NES,
CONSISTING OF HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS FILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
THE FXCELLENT HEMED LES OF O. S. PRO
FUITT, M. D., need no recommendation
their well known power in removing the diseases pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them un ouvluble reputation in Georgia
[ T] thc adjoining i-tates. As the majority or persons
living in the South ure predisposed tc dt?ease of the
Liver, His granted by all intelligent physicians that
most of tbe pains and aches ol our people are due
to or/ mic or lunctinnal derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophitt's Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil.
Thcv cure the Liver, which in nine eases out of en,
is at the bottom of the Coughs. Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, M> common among our
people. Earacbo, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PKUPKTTT'j PAIN KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PU O PH II I '? Ll V Kit MEDICINE.
Dr. .Frop AiM-Having n-cd this medicine suffi?
ciently lon;,' to test its virtue, i nd to satisiy my own
mind that it is nu invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer hos suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundrcos
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
bo signally benefittod, as ho bas been, by its uso, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them tho use of thiB remedy, which
has given not only himself but several members of
his family the greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA , April, 1807.
This is to certify that I was confined to ibo honse,
and most of the titre to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony Imaginable with Rheumatism, for
?ro months, and after trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles of
Dr. O. S. Prophitt's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing fifty cent s only; it relieved nie almost instantly.
I therefor* recommend it in the highest degree to
others suffering irom similar diso.PP. I can say
that it is one ot thc best family medicines now out,
certain. Tours truly. W. A. FOREHAND.
COVINGTON, GA., July 9,18C7.
Dr. ProphiU-Having used yt ur Liver Medicine
for more than a year in mv lomily, I cheerfully rt
commend it to all persons suffering from Liver af?
fections, Dyspcpnia or Indigestion in any form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as thc best
remedy tor that disease. O. T. ROGER?.
STANFORPVII.LE, PUTNAM COUNIT, Oct t, 18C7.
Dr. O. ft /'ropAiff-Dear Sir-1 hi* is to certify
that I have used your Ague Pills for ihe lost ten
yoirs, and i have never failed lo cure :he Ague In a
single Instance with them. They always break the
chi ls the first day that they are given. 1 can recom?
mend Hiern a? belog thc nest ague medicine that 1
have i vcr lound, und they leave no bad *ffecta follow?
ing them, og Quinine, .tc.
Yonre respectfully. A. WRSTQSQOK
PUTNAM focsTY, GA. September 22, D?C8.
Dr. O. ?. ProphiU ->ir-I have used for tho last
two years in my family you* Livor Medicine, your
Pain Kill It, and youi Fem ile To;, ic, and I have no
foars in saying (hat ?hey ate tho best medicines I have
ever used for the Liver an-l Stomach. Neura'g:c and
Rh'umatic afflictions, Headache. Colic, and pain? of
every kind are subdued by thom. Atter using the
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend them to
?my and every one, sud io all that arc afflicted, as the
best and safest remidies for all the disease- for
which th- y ure recommended, Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
DR. PROPHITT'S FEM ALE TONIC.
This Medicine, with its associates, is a safe and
rei tain remedy for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males aloue are Hablo. It is also an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or ic.-t.a'o. It is a powerful Nor
\loo Tonic, setting up a full and tree circulation
throughout the ay H ie m.
ali Of thc above Mc.Heines sold by Druggists aid
Merchants generally ihroughout Ihe-Southwest,
E. S. BL KN HAM,
Wholesale sud Retail Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
r.^-??j ojt i,..-_TJn 0_ R-.W-OPBITT.
April IC stuthCmos Covington, Ga.
C. F. PANK N IN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fJIHE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN
TION to his stock of the best Imported and Domes?
Of lils business he bestows thc utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees the PURITY of the
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of tho darf and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. UEO, TIEMANN & CO.,
OF XSTEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes.
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for thc sale of the celebrated
Rackbridge Aluin Spring Water,
A supply of which ls always on hand.
Which have established for t selves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through oonstaut effort and attention he hopes to
merit a contiouar.ee of thc public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to him.
February 18 tuthslyr
Jtotjft C^mffttbj detr.
FUR PUKIFJING THE BLOOD,
" THE REPUTATION
^~r~^ 'tis excellent medicine?>.
J -^K?^'~AV ioypi 's derived from its
A \ ,^4 i ure?, many of which ore
/sA<B?- jflM truly marvellous. In7ele
*T >i,i>L-jg' rate cases ot Scroiulonn
... dlseaso. where the system
/f /Vii seemed saturated with
ASys. corrup'ion, have been ju
S?jjs?jifN "*T~fefi? li?ed aud cured by it.
^JjjJP""-^ ?3 _ Scrofulous anections and
_Aw^?Sfe^ - disorders, whici were og
.-JS^?^RSHS?" prava'ed by the scrolu
..-.-?ssSHR?*^ loua ccniaminatioD until
they were painfully afflictlog, havo been radical^
cure J in such great cumber? m aime it every section
of the country, that the public scarcely need to bi
informed of its virtues or nee'.
Scrofulous poison is one of the most destructive
enemies of our race. Often this unseen and unielt
tenant of (he organism undermines the constitution,
and invites the attack ol enfeebling or fatal diseases,
without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Attain.
it neem? to breed infection tbrouah tho body, and
then,on some favorable occasion,rapidly develops
into one or other 01 its hideous forms, either on the
surface oramong the vitals. In the latter,.tubercles
may bc suddenly deposited in the langs or heart, or
tumors formed in the liver, or lt shows it? presence
by eruptions on the skin, or loni ulcerations on some
port of tho body. Hence the occasional use of a
bottle of this SARSAPARILLA is ajvisable, even
when no active symptoms cf disease appear. Per?
sons afflict e 1 with tho following complaints generally
find inmediate relief, and, at length, cure by the
use of this SARSAPARILLA: St. Anthony's Fire,
Bose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum. Scald Head,
Ring Worm, sore lyes. Sore Ears, and other erup?
tions or visible forms of Scrofulous die ease. Also,
in the more concealed forms, as Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Beert Dbeaso, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, and the va?
rious ulcerous affections or the muscular and ner?
syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases are
cur'-d by it, though a long time is required for sub
dUrins mese obstinate maladus by soy medicine,
But long continued use of this medicine w?l cure
tho complaint. Leucorrhcaa or Whites, Uterine Ul?
cerations and Female diseases, are commonly soon
relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying and
invigorating effect Minute Directions for each case
are lound tn our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheu?
matism and Oout, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous matters in the blood, yield quickly to it,
as also Liver Complaints, Torpidity, Congestion 01
\ Inflammation of the Liver and Jaundice, when aris?
ing, au they oflea do. from the rankling poisons in
the blood. Ibis SARAPARILLA is a great restorei
for the strength and vizor of the system. Thoso who
are Lanpuid and Listle-s, Despondent, Sleepless
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or UL y of the affections symptomatic of Weakness,
trill find immediate relief and convincing evidence
of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AVER di CO., Lowell, mass..
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Bold at Wholesale, by
DOWIE & MOISE,
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Rttail Druggists everywhere.
March 25 TAO thstuSmoe
M15N-WOMEN-AN D CHILDREN t
M EN-W OME 3 -AND CHILDREN 1
"Cooling toScahlB and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," &c.
..Healing to ali bores, Ulcers," ie.
'COSTAR'? BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary SALVE over known. Us
power or Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Burns,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Chapped Hands and skin, for
Sore Nlpp'.es, for Piles, 4c, ic -is without a paral?
lel. One person says of it: "I would not bo with
out a box in my house, if lt cost $5, or 1 bsd to
in? Ttl all lb i w?y lu New York tor it."
l-V. Y. Evening Newt, September 5.
49" /-ll Druggists in CHARLESTON sell it.
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blossoms.
43? One Bottle, $1-Three tor $2.
-.i os ta r's" Kat, ii one h, .tc.. External's,
"costarV Bed Bas; Exterminators.
"Costar'a" (ouly purej Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Bcmediea known."
'Ill Bewjrol ! 1 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists lu CHARLESTON sell them "
A dd rcs?
.. CUS TAR,'' NO. 13 Howard-st., Ff. Y.
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C., by
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN cw CO.
March 23 Dio lyr
Purifies tue Blood.
For Sale by Dru CR is ts Every when.
JulVJI DAC IV
jTjl O U T Z ' S
Horse aud Cattle Powders.
^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iUL-iiJout to this ani?
mal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS. YEL
LOW WATER. Jiw
H KA VES, Coughs, Jg?p&\
Distemper, Fe>er3, fjftTMffl^
ail'i transforms tho ^'^^^?^^/i^N^'*
miserable Skclelous SI"'??T3-*5**!^
into a flue looking md spirited Horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
In fattening rattle, it (lives them an appelito, open?
their hldos and makes them thrive much raster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGHS,
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain pre
five and cure for the Hog Cholera.
D A V1 U E. FOD TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin-street, Baltimore, Md.
FOR 8AI.1? DY
DU WIE ?S? ?IUISE,
3 0 LE 8 A L E DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,'
March 31 45
Genteel Residence, Ko. 106, east side of Sf.
Philip, one door south of Morris.
BY Z. B, OAKES.
Yill bo sold on 1 HU BSD AY, 29tb, at ll o'clock, at
tbe Old Postoffice,
Teat well finished and genteel two and a half
itory DWELLING, No. 106, esBt side St. Phih>
i tree t, containing fonr upright and two attic rooms,
arge pantry and dressing-room, wide entry and
landsome stairs. The O ouse measures 18 by 40 feet,
louble piazzas south and east. On the premises is
? well-finished two-story Kitchen, besides a large eis?
ern and well, 'ibo Dwelling is furnished with gas
Ix turee and bella throughout, and Is in complete or
ier. Lot 36 feet Iront by 110 feet deep.
Immediate possession given.
Conditions-$2500 cash; balance in one year, with
nterest. Purchaser to pay for papers and etamps.
Auction Sale of Porto Rico Sugars and Mo?
Will be sold at Auction, THURSDAY, 29th Instant,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on Accommodation wharf,
TBE CABGO EX SCHOONER NELLIE CARR, from
Mayaguez, P. R, as follows:
100 hhds. Choice and Extra PORTO RICO GROCERY
11 bbb). Choice and Extra Porto Rico Grocery Su?
75 puncheons Choice and Extra Porto Rico Mo?
12 tierces Choice and Extra Porto Rico Molasses.
Terms of Salo - For amounts of $1000 and nader,
cash will be required; over that amount thirty days'
city acceptance will be received, or one per cent dis
eonnt allowed._April 28,
Auction of Agricultural Implements.
KNOX, DALY & CO.,
No. 150 Meeting-street, cor. Wentworth,
Will sell on MONDAY, 26ih Instant, commencing at
The ENTIRE STOCK of a house retiring from
Conditions cash._ April 19
Valuable Real Estate in Orangeburg District at
BY H. BIGGS, Sheriff O. ?.
By virtue of an Order of sale to me directed by the
Hon. George S Bryan, Judge of tho United
States District Court for the District of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale at public auction, at Orange
burg Courthouse, on MONDAY, Moy, 3,1869, at ll
o'cock A. M. ....
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND in Et Matthew"?
Parish in the District of Orangebarg and State
aforesaid, on Halfway Swamp, waters of San tee River,
containing fifteen hundred sores, more or leas;
bonnded on tbe north by lands formerly of James
Stewart and Jacob Hare, now or lately of Challes B.
Trick, on the east by lands of Charles B. Trick, J. M.
Irick, John Shlrer and John. Townsend, on the south
by lands cf William Reese, John Townsend, Jool
Bookhardt and David Bookhardt, and on the west by
the run of Halfway Swamp, Separating the same
from lands now or late of F. J. Pelzer, as by a plat of
said lands made 2?U? of December, 1866, by Stiles B.
Melllchamp, District Surveyor, and now in my hands,
will more fully appear. t
Terms-One-half cash; balance on a cr?ait of one
year, lo be secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay for pa
mSS stamps: G. HERBERT SASS,
*? Assignee of Evana A CogswelL
UNDKK DKCKKK IN EQUITY.
/. I. Pearce ns. T. 0. Prioleau,
A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneer
On TUESDAY, the 27th instant^ in front of the Old
Customhouse. atUjj'cloekiA. il., wM
XUat ?ol"-"-'- " "
UM lATfON or TKAU JL VJ? LAPD,
with a Dwelling House and cutbu'ldlngs thereon,
situate, li lng and hoing on the drams of .-haw's Creek,
in the District of Barnwell, in the State aforesaid, and
within three miles of the salubrious and flourishing
town of Alfcen, containing four hundred and eighty
acres, more or less; bounded on the north, north?
west and west by lands of Eugene Durbec and G. B.
Lythgoe; on the east and northeast by land of Ed?
ward Arlbur; on the southeast by land of Jobs
Arthur and F. Foll?n, and on the south by land of
Conditions-One half cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two years, scoured hy bond and
mortgage, interest payable semi-annually. Purcha?
ser to pay for papers and etamps. ' '
E. W. M. MACKEY, S. O. O.
THU STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,.
In Chancery.- Wyman, Byrd 3; Co: vs. Gra?
dy Jc Hawthorn.-Bill to Foreclose Mort?
By virtue of tbe Decretal Order of hts Honor Judge
JamesL. Orr, made In the above case, und also by
order ot Judye G. S. Bryan, I will sell to tho highest
bidder, ut Greenville Courthouse, on SALES-DAY
in May next,
The premises described ba tbe pleadings, vis: AU
that PIECE, PABCEL AND TR I CT OF LAND, situ?
ated in the County of Greenville, seven miles from
the Courthouse, and six tr om the Greenville Railroad
Depot, lying on both sides of Reedy River, contain?
ing fear hundred and ninety-nine acres, more or
less, in a high H t a te of c ult i va ti on. Upon the place la
located the well known Cotton and Wool Factory o(
the defendants. The Colton Factory is in full opera?
tion, with some nine hundred and filly s, ind lc i and
twenty-four looms; the Wool Factory,^rith one bon.
dred and t wen ty mul e spindles, is also m good order,
and m .-ces*fal operation. On tho premires are a
good Flout log, Grist and Saw Mills, with Blacksmith
f?hop-two comfortable Dwelling Houses, and several
small Framed Houses for the opet stives, with a
nice Brick Church. The water power at all seasons
ii sufficient to drive three times the amount of ma?
chinery now in operation. The country ls remarka?
bly healthy, with a cllmare unsurpassed in the United
States, with a rober, industrious and energetic pop?
ulation. Wooded lands adjacent, welt Umbered, can
be purchased at reasonable prices. This is the host
oportumtv for an investment to capitalists that
han been offered in the up-country since the war.
Tcrms?ksh. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. w. A. MCDANIEL, C. C. C.
Clerk's office, February 2, 1869.
April 10 sw7ml
NOTRE TO CONTRACTORS,
OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT)
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON R. B- \
i iiABXEsroN, April 13,1869. J
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UH TO THE 25IH
instant for the building of the SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD from Coosaw
hctchic io Ihe City of Savannah, Georgia.
All information in reference to the subject will be
furnished bv application at the office ot the Com?
pany, foot of Mill-street C.S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
?S?5avannah Morning News will please copy, and
send t.ill to office Savannah and Charleston Railroad
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHAHLESTOU, S. C., April 0, 16C9. I
ON AND AiTER SUNDAY. APRIL 11TH, THB
PASV?73]iB TRAINS of the South carol.DI
Railroad will run a* follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
LcavA Charleston.P.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. AL
. Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester R Jl
road, aili- Camden tram.
Leave Augusta.9.H0 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?.IO P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5 10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
ISCNDATS EXCZrIED. )
Leave Cnarlettoti.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.e. 10 A. M.
Connecting with trama tor Memphis, Nashville
and Ii PW Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.3.0.1 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.35 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.tu 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and Columbi* Passenger Tra?as on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDATS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.G.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1L00 A. M.
Leave Columbio.. " '.C?"
?pr?] m General Superintendent.
f\ T T O SONNTAG,
DYER AND SCOTJREB,
So. 141 Market-street,
Between King and Archdale.
Gents'Coats, Vests, Pants and Hats DYED, SCOUR?
ED and PRESSED; also Blankets and Carpets Clean?
ed and Washed with greatest dispatch.
April 3 2 mo