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TgE DAILY NEWS.
Largeit Circulation.- THE DAILY NEWS
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COGNIZED AB BAVINO TBE L?ROEST CIB
CVLATION IN ^ THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OP LETTERS RE il AIN
mo IN THE POSTOFFICB AT THE END OF
BACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO TBE PROVIS?
IONS OP THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Charleston Typographical Society, at 8 P. M.
Ca?aban Association, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION * AL BS THIS DAY.
j. A. EHHLOW ?V Co. will sell at ll o'clock, OD
Palmetto wharf, Eastern hay.
THE MABXKXB'S CHOBCH.-There will be ser*
vices ia th? Mariner's Church, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half-past ten o'clock in
the morning, and four o'clock in the afternoon.
SUFKUCE Cou ST.-In thia court yesterday,
Mr. Joseph W. Barnwell was examined and ad?
mitted to practice aa an attorney and solicitor.
Tbs cate of Fitaimona rs. Fitzsimons was
oontinaad, and the court, having di posed of
the circuit docket, adjourned until a day to be
fixed, when opinions will be delivered in the
caece already argued.
THE FXBB DEPARTMENT.-WO have received
from BL H. Nathan, Esq., Chief of the Charles?
ton Far* Department, his annuli report for the
yew ending April 27, 1869. His statement of
the condition of the department ie eminently
satisfactory, ?nd the comparison between the
expensas of tither cities and those of our own
for the protection of property is worthy of
?careful consideration. The report is unusually
A SOT nt GIBBS' . Row.-A. disgraceful
row oWurred in Gibbs" few, John-?treat, yes?
terday, originating with a couple of drunken
colored men, who interfered with some color?
ed women. Policemen Barnfield and Simmons
quelled th* oastarbance in the face Of great
embarrassments, and succeeded in arresting
?i 6 guilty parties, who ree is ted, but who were
finally overcome- and boree off to the calaboose.
They will get their ' d?serts.
Hom. Awxrvais, Jown*.-Pat?ion Bob*.-*
P. J. . Spiers, : St Blepheoa; A. E. Thoma?,
Chriflf Church; Charles - Marquardt, Paters
burg; A. S. abbes? Qty; George Bolenston
and wife, Augusta,
Ohartato* Hotel-E. S. Charbrr % Mata n
xas; A. 8. Bedon, B. Bodon, City; W. 8. Mul?
lins, South Carolina; George 3. Cook, Atlanta;
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour, Montreal; J. H. Hop?
kins and Lady, Selma; E. 8. Hill, Savannah;
Mrs. Thorn, child and muse), New York. '.
TBS BaT.Tiitow S^WSKD? LISE. -A tele?
gram advises the Bailing of the "Sea Gun" i
from Baltimore on Thursday with a tull cargo,
audit ia Intended lodispatoh har hence next
Wednesday, so that ow Camera can get their
truck into Baltimore markehrearfy on the en?
suing Saturday morning. The "Maryland"
sailed yesterday with a very large cargo, the
agenta having to refuse freight by ber-and
here we are in the midst of our so-called dull I
season, when everything i* supposed to be
stagnant. j _
DBUTH or CAPTAIS Waar-This gentleman? I
koowa xawrably! to oar t?timmt? since the-war,
May, wfeihj acting as drat odie jr or the steam?
ship aciden City,, of the Panama and San '
Franc?aao ateaxariktp Une. As master of the j
ateamahip Qaiker Ody, between this point and I ]
New York, he en J iyed tte esteem and conti- i
danos o* the tra^ling'poblio, being in all re- ?
spectara thorungh.seamao, and a careful, gen- (
flernanly and Jafiicious' officer. The deceased <
wis a native of Pennsylvania, and was stfllin 11
the prime of life. . 1" S5< j
CHTXT Jwmax8. P. CHAS?. - Tb e Chief JUA- !
?oe, we. learn, leaves hara on Monday for ]
Baleigh, N, a The prompt dispatch of bosi- ,
ams, the impartial administration of justice, 1
the zealous effort? and desire shown by the
learned and distinguished j aria t to aocommo- I (
.date the members of the bar, have won for j i
bim the highest admiration and esteem. Dur- <
?ng his stay, the Chief Justice and his acoom
relished daughter, who accompanies him, have J j
beeuiovtorwhew cordially reo aired by our pee- j I
pie. fee arduoae labors of the Chief Justice, IJ
and his onramiUisg aUsntioa t> business, hu <
prevented and made it almost impossible for
lum to accept the numerous invitations extend- I.
ed to bim o* every side, bot we bel assured J \
' that hts Visit ber? wilt ba long remembered I
with tbs moat friendly and pleasant impres- I J
Torco AjnraiQA.-At an anniversary meet- j j
lag of the Young America Steam Fire Company, 11
beldon the evening of the Sd instant, the fol- 1
loaring named gentlemen were elected to serve I j
for the ensuing year: I ?
B, 8. Bunira,* President 11
J. T. HAHXCB, Yiee-Prealde n t. ll
J. It. af AUX* a, lint Director.
M. LAWTJCS, Second Pirtctor. j 1
J AHM Qom, i bi rd Director - I (
fl TIMI RXT.TXA. Fourth Director.
D. J. O'OanLAaMAir, Secretary. i
J. 8. WMTJWDOnrr, Treararer
Ber. W. B- XAXM, Chaplain. Ic
Major Q. L. Borer, Solicitor. I j
.T?O? ?.W. Cray, resignad. r
[ A ffiwimMtinr was appointed to escort the I j
newry elected president into the ball, after j ?
- which he was received in behalf of the oom- Ic
pany with an appropriate address by G. Lamb 1
Buist, Esq. President Bruns responded grace- i
Punch was served np and healths and I J
?sentiments followed io quick succession, until
the spacious bowl "rac dry." ?
* -"- . 1
REPOSTES?' CBUMB-.-Dr. Hicks will resume
his evening discourses to-morrow evening, at
St. John's Lutheran Church.
The first lot of new tomatoes, shipped north
this season, was sent by John F. O'Neill A Sen, 1
to Baltimore, yesterday, by the Maryland. i
The steamship prometheus arrived afc 7 A.
I M. Thursday, and left yesterday at 4 P. M. for
Philadelphia, discharging and taking in full
freights each way. Quick work that 1 1
The mate of the Prometheus fell into the <
bold of the ship on Thursday, while expediting J
business, and had his leg severely lacerated. <
It will take him from the line for a while. .
A dog was mn over in Meeting-street yester?
day by one of the cars and killed.
It is remarked that the flies are unusually '
plentiful and an i oymg this season.
Axe Company, No. 2, colored, of Savannah, I
is expected daily by the colored firemen here.
Green Lee and Wm. Washington, colored,
?were arrested, yesterday, for striking a police?
man tn the discharge of his duty. They are
held for examination.
A The "Pioneer)" are anxiously looking for
their new badges. They will probable arrive
j Governor Scott left yesterday evening with?
out having reoousiied the discordant munici?
pal eleven t B.
A very refreezing rain fell yesterday after?
noon, laying the dost and cooling the atmos?
phere delightfully. I
THE FIRST BRIGADE OF SOUTH <
Meeting of thc Surviving OflUcers-1
He ?ol ut long- Urbanization of ?rt Al
CHABLEBTON, J OOP 1, 1861
At half-past eight o'clock P. M., the meet
was called to order, Colonel Alfred Rhet
the chair.there being present Major M. Mot
M. D. ; Captains C. W. Parker, lilt che ll Ki
McM. King, A. S. Gaillard, Carles Ingles
Lieutenants Cordes Boylaton, VT. 0. Ogier
C. Minott, L G. E. Gourdin, H. W. Frost, :
ward Mathewea, E. 8. Fielding, F. E. Hui
John Ha rles ton, Eiw'd Middleton, Wm. Jo
eon, John Eeith; Sergeant C. A. Scan lan.
Captain Inglesby, acting secretary, read I
proceedings of the last meeting, which w
Lieutenant Jno. 0. Minot t, chairman of I
committee to draw resolutions and prep
business for the meeting, then rose, and at
staling, in the following forcible and tonchi
remarks, the object of the meeting, submit)
the subjoined preamble and r:solutic s, wk
were voted upon separately and then adopl
as a whole, viz :
Afr. Chairman and late Brother Officer s -
rising to discharge the duties imposed up
me at your first meeting in April last, I fl
myself embarrassed by no ordinary emotic
of mingled pride and sorrow. Pride in the g
nous memories of the past, and sorrow in t
realization of our almost unoaralleled lossi
But yesterday as it were, and we were aase
bled together, it ia true, but for a very di ff
eut purpose from the mournful one whi
brings us here this evening. Then the booi
ing of great guns from jon battle-scarred a
blood-stained fortresses, and the strains
martial mnsio, summoned us to the posts
honor and of duty. Now the simple notice
a morning's paper calls upon us to perform t
highest, the saddest duty we owe in life
those woo, in obedience to "their country's ca
have gallantly and generously laid down thi
lives ii* ito defence. Then we were s tro
in numbers, strong iu discipline, and stroi
in hope. Now .we are decimated, dist
ganized and oppressed. Bow sudden t
change-bow sad the contrast! Where, 1
me ask. are most of those who, but a fi
years ago, stood shoulder to shoulder with us
defence of this our dear old city ? And wh
were their deeds that we now assert our rig
to render their names immortal ? Alas ! Al
Chairman, both you and those surroundii
you already know too weir the sad story
their fate, and in no event could we now, co
sis lent! y either with our past record or o
pr?sent intentions, indulge in vain boastin
of that past. That record is Doth written ai
unwritten. To those who would examine tl
former we would say, read the history of tb
day.and whether it be written by aympathizii
friend or by envious bitter enemy, they w
find the status of those we now propose
honor re rr ams the same. To those who wou
consult the latter, we would say visit the g ri
ruins of 8umter, Moultrie, Wagner, Greg
Pemberton, Pringle. Manon, Rutledge, and
Bee, sud while treading bghtly o'er their om
formidable battlements, and even within rea<
of the whitened bones of their heroic dea
there let them read in silence the prot
history of their deeds. And, if it be po
sible for them to comprehend the languaf
of the mighty deep Itself, then let the:
st midnight and with fistful ear into
pr?t its mournful dirge while e?oh en
ceasive wave joins in the grand chorus c
love and praise to those who loved their cone
try first and for it breathed their last. Froi
this let them torn to the fertile plains sn
barren hill tops of the Old North State, an
there at leisure count the modest mounds nt
dar which our gallant comrades sleep tbei
last sleep, and from which no sound can awak
them to glory again. Snob and only snob, Mr
Chairman, ue the references we would fur
nish those who may require further evidence
of our claim upon them for sympathy and ai
in the work before us, and with the earn es
hope thai our efforts in this behalf may prov
successful, I now proceed to submit to th
meeting the report of their committee.
The committee appointed at the meeting o
the 28th of April last, to draw resolutions ant
prepare business for the meeting in June
would respectfully submit the following pre
amble and resolutions ss their report :
Whereas, During the late atruggle for South?
am ind?pendance the First South Carolina
Brigade (Begulars) composed of the First
3outh Carolina Artillery, First South Carolina
Infantry and Lucas' Battalion, while engaged
in the defence of the chief fortifications ol
Jharleaton harbor, and afterwards in the
languiuary barties of Averys boro' and Ben
on ville, sustained heavy losses, both in
>fficers and men; and whereas, ic is eminently
groper that % suitable monument should be
?coted in honor of those who by their lofty
patriotism, resolute coora ge, patient fortitude
?nd perfect da aplin e, were enabled to per
form, with honor to themselves and with credit
bo the servies, the difficult part allotted to
?hem, and have rhos glori joaly completed that
record to which we will ever point with un?
feigned pride. Therefore, be it
L Resolved, That we, the survivors of said
brigade, whose names axe hereunto sub
(cnbed, do hereby unite ourselves into an as
iocdatton to be composed of ita surviving offl
:ers and men.
2. Resolved, That s commi tee of nine, corn
Meed ot three lrom each regiment, two from
Lucas' battalion, ?nd one from the Gist Guards,
39 appointed, whose duty it shall be to solicit
ind receive subscriptions for tbs purpose of
>rec ting a monument in honor of our deceased
ifficere and men, who lost their lives in defend?
ing the liberties of our common country.
3. Resolved, That the president be autho
zed to marease asid committee to fitteen in
lumber, should he deem it advisable.
4. Resolved, That each member of this aeso
liatian be required to exert himself in this be
?alf, within the limits of his county, city or
own, and that all the amount? BO raised be
or warded to one of the members of the above
nentioned committee, representing theregi
nent or battalion to whioh he belonged, on or
>efore the 1st day of January, 1870.
5. Resolved, That said committee be author
zed, when in fonds, to receive estimates
md designs of said monument, from such
irehiteot or architects of the State as may de
tire to famish the same, whioh shall be sub
nit ted to an adj our ced meeting ot this associ?
6. Resolved, That this meeting do ase?me a
Mrmasent organization by the election of a
vestdent, eight vice-presidents, a secretary
md a treasurer, who shall b3 elected this
vening, and hold their offices until the objects
if this association shall be accomplished.
7. RttCtoed, That in consequence of the gal
ant and meritorious services of the "Gist
Juard," Captain T. G. Boag commanding,
?hile attached to thia brigade, its officers and
nen be invited to participate with ns in the
auction of said monument, and that the name
if "Gist G a ard," together with its term of eer
rice with the brigade, be inscribed thereon.
8. Resolved, That all funds received by the
oem bera ot the committee, appointed from
jharleaton, as piovided by tbe second resolu?
tos, be trans .erred when received, from lime
o time, to the treasurer of this society.
9. Resolved, That when we adjourn, it be to
neet in Charleston on Tu es d iv, the 2d day of
(Signed) JOHN C. MINOTT,
W. G. OOIEB.
On motion of Captain C. W. Parker, Colonel
Rhett was requested lo vacate tho chair tem?
porarily, and Major M. Moore to act as president.
The -notion being secDoded and adopted,
Major Mooie took the chair.
Captain C. W. Parker then, in accordance
with the sixth resolution to elect the officers
jf the association, nominated Colonel Alfred
Rhett for president, who was unanimously
elected; and for vice-presidents, Colonel Wm.
Botler, Lieutenant-Colonels J. A. Yates and
Warren Adams. Majors J. J. Lucas, O. Bland
ing, T. A Hugoenin, M. S. Moore, M. D., H.
D. Horlbeck, M. D.; for secretary, Lieutenant
H. W. Frost; for treasurer, Lieutenant F. E.
Huger, who were all unanimously elected.
Upon Maj?r Moore vacating the chair, Colo?
nel Rhett was requested to resume his seat,
and, upon doing so, thanked the association
for the honor they had conferred upon bim,
and assured them that he would do all m bis
power to promote the objects of the associa?
tion, which we all have BO zealously at heart.
The chair then appointed as the committee
of nine, called for by the second resolution,
Captains C. W. Parker, Meal. Eing, Charles
Ioglesby, T. G. Boag, and Lieutenants I. G.
E. Gourdin, Jno. C. Minott, Edw'd Mathewea,
J. D. Ford, W. G. Ogier.
After a few remarks by Lieutenant Johnson
as t? the advisability of getting np a racord
of the brigade, Lieutenant Minott offered the
following resolution, which was duly adopted,
Resolved, That a committee of .three, com?
posed of Lieutenant Wm. Johnson, of the First
Artillery, Lieutenant E. C. Edgerton, First In?
fantry, and Lion tenant W. D. Martin, of the
Lucas Battalion, be appointed, whose duty it
snail be to prepare a history of the brigade,
and that they be requested to report what
progress they will have made at our next
meeting in November.
There being no further business before the
meeting, Lieutenant Boyleton moved to ad?
journ, which being seconded and carried, the
meeting adjourned to meet 15th November,
1869, and eight o'clock P. M.
HENRY W. FROST, Secretary.
49* Papers throughout the State will please
U. S. CIRCUIT COURT-CHIEF JUSTICE \
8. P. CHASE, PRESIDING.
The court opened at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, Chief Justice Chase and Judge Biyan
on the bench.
Chief Justice Chase delivered the opinion of ?
the court iu the case of Eustis vs. Baggett,
overruling the demurrer. On motion of Pres?
ley, Lord A Ingles by, complainants solicitors,
it was ordered that the defendant do .answer
on or before rules day in July next.
Robert L. Livingston and Mary 8., his wife,
et al, vs. Valentine Jordan. Trespass to try
A verdie t having been rendered for plain?
tiff* in the above case, on motion of
Messrs. Porter A Conner, plaintiffs' attor?
neys, it was ordered that a writ of possession
do issue in said case for the recovery of the
premises described in the pleadings.
The argument iu the case of Caroline Carson
vs. Alexander Robertson et al, was resumed by
A. G. Magrath, Esq., for plaintiffs, followed in
reply by General James Simona and Edward
McCrady, Sr., Esqs. At the conclusion of the
argument the Chief Justioe took the papers
and reserved tba decisi?n of the court.
The Chief Justice then announced that
there were no other oases, upon either the
equity or admiralty docket lo be heard, and
that the court was ready to proceed with the
remaining cases on the law docket, but that it
did not propose to take up any cases after that
The case of Gooding vs. Yarn was taken -up
i rom the issue docket. This was an as?
sumption two promissory notes. Ed. McCrady,
Jr., for plaintiff; Campbell A Seabrook, for de?
fendants. In this case the plea of general
issue and piei of the statute of limitations were
set upon the one side, and a replication or de?
murrer on the other.
The Chief Justice decided that the statute
of limitations under act of Congress was sus?
pended from the 19th April, 1861, to the 1st of
April, 1866, and overruled the demurrer.
J. J. Pope vs. John S. Biggs. Mr. Porter
appeared for plaintiff; T. Y.- Simons, Jr., for
Counsel for defence not being ready for trial
in consequence of a material witness, the hear?
ing was postponed and the case placed on the
Alexander McLeod vs. T. C. Calicott. D. T.
Corbin, Esq., District Attorney, moved to set
aside the verdict of the jory in this eise, on
the ground that it was contrary to the charge
of the Chief Justice and against the evidence.
Mr. Corbin was heard in favor of the motion
and Mr. Campbell in reply. The court reserv?
ed its decision.
Constance Baring, executrix of Chas. Baring,
deceased, vs. Ed. L. Trenholm and Henry F.
Farmer. Bill for aocouot and relief. Wm.
Whaley, Esq., for plaintiff. Argument was
beard and decision reserved.
At the conclusion of this case the court ad?
journed to 5 P. M.
The case of Ephraim Baynard, executor of J
Wm. E. Bayoard, deceased, vs. the United
States Cotton Company, came up for a hearing
io the afternoon sitting ot the court. Wm.
Whaley, Esq., appeared for plaintiff; J. B.
Campbell, Esq., for defendant.
This was a motion on the part of the plain*
alf for a writ of possession and to amend
pleadings ; and on the part of defendant to
pacato judgment. The hearing of the argu?
ment occupied the attention of the court to
7.30 P. M.
Toe court then adjourned till one o'clock to
Tribute ot Respect.
At the regalar meeting of Burns' Charitable
issooiahon, held on the 25th April, 1869, it
vas announced to the meeting that our last
ife member; Colonel ALLAN MACFARLANE, had
idparted this life, when the following preamble
ind resolutions were offered and unanimously
Colonel ALLAN M ACTA BLANE was a member
>t whom any association may justly be proud.
Se was well known not only to tb is comm tini?
ly, but throughout the State, as one of those
public and enterprising citizens whose loss
viii be deeply felt. In him we, as an associa?
tion, recognize the obum bis many virtues
aave upon ns, and particularly his benevolence
luring the late war, in aiding us in our works
)f charity. At different periods and positions
)f life he has acted his part well, and left us
i cherished example. It remains but to ex?
press our feelings of sorrow. Be it therefore
Resolved, That this association recognize in
this afflicting dispensation the irreparable loss
it bas sustained.
Resolved, That the proper tribute of respect
be paid, and that our records shall take note
of nts memory. Wu. Box,
Secretary and Treasurer.
B USINESS NOTICES.
Go io Ozonos LITTLE A Co. for fine black
cassimere pants, S3. tuthslmo June 1 -
THE AMERICAN HOUSE, BOSTON, is most favor?
ably known all over the country. Unsurpassed
in its management it has few equals in extent;
or in its thousand contrivances for the com?
fort and pleasure of its guests.
THE BEST assortment of India Gauze and
Lisle Thread Undor Shirts of all sizes and
grades, juxt received at and for sa'e low for
cash, at E. SCOTTS,
Star Shirt Emporium, Meeoting-street,
June 5 Opposite Market Hall.
Go TO GEORGE LITTLE A Co. for white
linen duck suits, worth twenty dollars, for S13.
June 1 tuthslmo
THE "BADEN" PAPER COLLAR AND CUFFS, at
May ll tuths No. 219 King-street.
PEBSON3 WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with ore und taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given aa to the style of coloring preferred.
April 22 3moe*
O BUSINESS SI EN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S, C.,
UH ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a largo circulation, and a nords sn*
Ctrior advantages as an advertising medium. Tories
w. Addree DARB A OsTEEN,
February 28 PronnetOse,
j^r OT ICE.
SLATE AND TILE ROOFS REPAIRED IN THE
oeatest manner and at shortest no'ioe. Orders left
at ADAMS, DAMON A CO. Broad-street, or No. 20
Saolety-street, Slate Tard, or at his Residence, No
31 President-street._stutbs?_Jone 5
JUST li K C E 1 V H D,
WAI ER COOLERS
ICE CREAM CHURNS
ICE PICES AND MALLETS
HANDSOME TOILET SETS
ZINC AND TIN HIP BATHS
INFANT BATH TUBS
WIRE DISH AND PLATE COVERS.
HART dc CO.,
June 3 0 Corner King and Markot-etceta.
E. J. KING MAN,
PLASTERER, No. 40 WABBEN-sTREET, NEAR
COMING, will undertake PL\ TERINO, RE
PAIRING, Whitewashing, and Wall Coloring.
J. li. SOLOMONS. M. I).,
Hasel-strcct, opposite Synagogno,
INFORM8 HIS PATIENTS, HAVING FOUR AND
six months' appointments, that he will leave the
city on Isl- of July, to return about 10th September.
Address during absence, "Walhalla, S. C."
QUAKER CITT FINE SHIRTS,
READY MADE AND TO ORDER.
May ll tutus No. 219 KING.8TREET.
Japanned and Stamped Tin
Ware, offered at wholesale only
by William Shepherd, No. 17
Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
REFINED FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
MW Ask yonr Grocer tor ow Bra nd of |
Lard lia these Packages.
Packed in S to, S to, 10 to Caddies; SO to Cans for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Eend
for Price List.
Fold by Grocers In Charleston.
Hay 29 nao stuth3mo
NEXJJPTrira?*E & HANNAM,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
BUNK B00X MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers*
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPEBS,
CARDS, CARD BOARDS.
BILL HEADS, AO.
No. 9 Broad-Street,
CHA S L E S T 0 y , S . O.
B. E. NEUFTILLE.
Sijirts anH /arm^ing ?onto.
" SHIRT EMPORIUM/
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
FURNISHING STORE IN CHARLESTON
EDCarVED A NSW SOPPLE
OF THE CELEBRATED
ALSO, ALL SHES Ol'
GRAY'S PATENT MOULDED PAPER COLLARS,
Which ore offered at very Low Prices.
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
January 1 6mos
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN?
SURPASSED by any House in the South for comfort
and healthy locality, is open to travellers and others
seeking BOARD FOR 3HE SUMMER. Families
can be accommodated with nice airy rooms on rea
Bonuble terms. A call ls solicited.
May 13 Imo WM. A. WRIGHT.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOLIO?8 HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED comer ot Broadway and Fony-eecond-street,
possesses advantages over aU othorboase? for the ac?
commodation ot its truests. It waa built expressly
for a first-class family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold water, and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is ?D the most experienced
hands, affording gueets an unequalled table.
One of Atwood'a Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern improvements" and ut the service of
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Cars pass the
door every four minutes, runnin/ from tho Oity
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth and heventb
Avenue lines are but a short block on either side,
nflording ample facilities for communicating with all
the depots, steamboat landings, olacesof airuse
ment and business of the great metropolis.
JlOitu ?Sc HOLLLY, Proprietors.
March 12 Cmos
$atD Sharpener ?? Bnptim.
TIM'S PATENT SAW SHARPENER Al DEiPEIR,
GANG- AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
HAVING PURCHASED TBE PATENT BIGHT FOB THE STATE OF SOUTH OABOLTNA FOB THE
above, we are now prepared to fill ordere for the same.
The advantages of thu Machine are economy, dirpatoh and perfection in keeping all kinds of SAWS in
Bj ita us? the teeth of the Saw are kept at a uniform depth, angle and size.
Fully one-fourth (#) and better lumber can be cut per day where this Machine ls used, the Saws run?
ning straighter, freer, faster and cut smoother.
A Saw can be sharpen ed In five minutes, and in the most perfect manner.
The price of the Machine can be saved in a few months in the cost of files and labor.
For further information apply to
Mays_ ? tuths9
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
POTTERIES IN EUROPE TO CHARLESTON.
FOR BALE AI
No. 255 KING-ST?EET, CORNER OF BEAUFAIN,
WHERE FAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH EVE BY ARTICLE IN THE ABOVE
WILLIAM Gr. WHILDEN & CO.
May 99 uso tnthslmo
LIFE OTS?RANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeit able.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT?
Policiee in force.S25j000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Louses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. OAHAGAN, Secretary,
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent,
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Han. JAMES HAEPEB, Firm Harpsr ?k Broa.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CBANB, President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKES, Wall-street.
WM. M. VEEMIL?E, Banker (Vermilye & Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORGE OPDTEB ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT O. MOBO AN, Banker.
THOMAS BIONST, Firm Thomas Rigney ? Co.
BE* J. B. SHERM AN, Treasurer New York Steam j
Sugar Benning Company..
AARON ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable ? Co.
BICHABD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law?
E. V. HACOHWOCT, Firm E. V. Haugh won t i
WM. WILSENS, Finn W. Wilkens & Co.
JULIUS H. PBATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WEIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STASE, Merchant.
WILLUM ALLEN, Merchant.
GBO. W. GOTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. ?.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Pire In?
JOHN H. SHEBWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. P COBHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
EDWAED H. WBIQHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
DT. T. IIKE.N\STJKK * A, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
January ia Arno nao Ofllse Ho. USS King-Street, Charleston. S. C.
POCKET COEN SHELLEE.
Malleable bon, Coppered.
WEIGHT ONLY ONE POL .-VD.
BEING THE OWNER OF THE PATENT RIGHT OF THE COUNTIES : CHARLESTON, BARN,
WELL, CoUeton. Beaufort, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Horry, Marion, Clarendon, Sumter, Darlington
Kershaw, Lansaster, Chesterfield and Marlboro', South Carolina, of this small, cheap and very valuable
invention, I offer them to the public atone of the best of th9 aje, andean recommend them with con?
Connty Rights for sale on reasonable terms, and the little Jewels famished to uwners of County
Rights and to Merchants at such prices aa will enable them to make large profits, and at retail by the
principal Hardware dealers in the city.
C. N. AVERILL, No. 68 East Bay. UM
Mar 27 tb stuimo
Dregs, (?!)cmif?l5, ?ftc.
TO REHOYE GREASE SPOTS.
OSE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
prepared by DB. H. Bi til,
May 24_No. 131 Mettlcg-gtreet.
CITRATE OF MAGNESIA.
A GOOD COOLING SUi?MEB MEDIOINE. MADE
fresh every day, by DB. H. BAEB,
May 26 _No. 131 Meeting-street.
FOR THE HAIR.
PHALON S CHEMICAL HALB INV1GORATOR
AYLR'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNET'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE, Ac., Ac.
Forsake by Dr. H. K VEK,
May 8_No. 131 MEETIXQ-STBEET.
O HIM Al LT & CO.'S PUH'ARATIOSS t
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BABB.
M-y 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
rp H E SOUTH CAROLINA
DEPOSIT OF SAVINGS
OPEN DAILY from 0 A. Af. to 3 P. M.
No. 19 BROAD-STREET.
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
EVENINGS, from 7 to U o'clock, in
HEAR OF HAYDEN'S STORE.
?W INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS AT
THE RATE OF SLY FEB CENT. PER ANNUM.
GEO. 8. CAMERON, President.
THOMAS B. WARINO, CASHLEE.
April 23 fl ew2mos
"PIP WARD DALT ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. H% Warren-strect,
PEBSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUB
CHASE of aU kinds of MERCHANDISE. Doots,
Shoes, Hats, Cajs ana Trunks, and Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles and
?en eral Produce polio ted.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston, 8. C.
Fcmi-Weekly Price Curren ta sent free by post.
January 2B Die Omos j
Fattern Hay f Eastern Hay !
BY J. A. ENSLOW&CO.
THIS DAT, 5th instant, will bs sold on Palmetto
Wharf, at ll O'clock A. IS.,
1D0 BALES EAS TEEN HA?, slightly damaged.
House and Lot Anson-ttreet, otu door north
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES?.
Will be sold, on TH UBS DAS', 10 h inst., at the Old
Poe toft. ,e, at ll o'clock,
HOUSE AND LOT east side of Auson-street, ono
door north of Laurene. Lot measures 4ft met 8
inches front by 97 feet deep on the north Una. moro
or less, south line lrregulir 97 feel, east line Irregu?
lar, 16 fret 6 inches, mow or less.
Terms-Th ree-four'hs cash; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
property, with Interest Purchaser te pey J. F. AL
for papers and necessary stamp*. Jone 5 1
^udimtxs1 fxtt?tt Sola
Building Lott in Summerville.
BY LOWNDES & G RI SB ALL,
Ho. 86 Broad-atreet.
At Private gale
Sixteen LOTS,, one acre each, near the Depot,
For particulars apply as above, fat Hay 28
Paints, ?ill, ?f.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CIV
Meeting and Cumberland Streets?
CIRCULAR SAW HILLS, and
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, Ac., Ac.
BAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No: th east comer Meeting and Cun?b?rland streets.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
I00? GALLONS PURE WINTEB LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTEB No. 1LABD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTEB SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PUBS MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLON8 REPINED NEATSPOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY dt CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland arr?ete.
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES1
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
OPPER AND BBASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY dc CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cuml>erland streets.
BELTING M8ELTLNG !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and S
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LAOS .
SOO DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH Ta
k INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO li INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, , INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS Of
CAMKRON, BAH Ii LE V dt CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IO 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES LX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXE8 IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20 *.
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES nm 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ac., Ac.
IX 8T0BE AND TO ABBTVh.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland s tree taw
January 1 6mo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST-IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAJI EU ON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1 6mo
TT W. df L. G. WELLS dc CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PR ATT-STRRRT.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ot carly
We guarantee hitfhest nmket prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our house, g tone A
Plates fnrniH'ied free of charge. amos May S
QHAKLESTON A ti lilt U LT UR Al*
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
At?BlCUL JUBAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN.
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PTNOBBF,
No. 110 Meetingrstaeet, Charleston.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, A UCTIONEEB ANB COMMIS*
SION MEUCHA M.
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE*
CDBIIIES AND PEBSONAL PBOPEBTT
No. ?7 BRO AO-STREE T
CHABLESTON, 8. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, Vf. J. MAOBATH, Efl.
General JAMES CONN En, T. H. WAKING. Esq.