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BACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NSW POSTOmUE LA W.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
i Carolin* Oh apter, at 8 P. IL
Jefferson Lodge, at 8 P. H.
Charleston Librarv Society, at 1 P. M.
South Carolina Society at 8 P. M.
Hook and Ladder. IN ?. 2, at 8 P. BL
St. Patrick's Banevoleat Seoiety. at 8 P. ML.
IHebrew Orphan Society, at 8 P. M.
' Charleston B flemen Society, at 8 P. M.
i Sooth Carolina Friendly Society, at half-past
Survivors' Association, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION ?ALES WIS DAY.
MILES DRAKE will soil at 10 o'clock, at bia
atoro, boots, shoes and hats.
LOWNDES A ftBranuT.T. will sell at ll o'olook,
at the old poatoffios, railroad bonds.
H?TTET COBLA ft ? o. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock at their store, new batter. .
T. M. CATTO will sell at half-past 9 o'olook,
at his atore, batter, floor ftc.
BXSLXT ? CSEI GETOS will sell at half-past 10
o'olook, on Accommodation wharf, sugar and
LA ?BET A ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'olook,
st their store, butter, bacon, ftc
. G. W. STETTENS will sell at half-past 9
o'olook, at his store, butter, hams, ftc
. B. ft A. P. CALDWELL will sell at half-past
9 o'ckjbk, at their store, hams and pork trim
JOHN G. MILHOB ft Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, straw gooda, dry goods, ftc
UNITED STATIS COOBT.-The issue docket
will be peremptorily call ed to-day, at ll o'olook ?
MjtHCANrrLE PRINTING.-All kinda of mer?
cantile prm tii rg, eu oh as circulars, letter heads,
cards, bin heads, statements, ftc, for co ant
ing-rooms and offices, promptly executed in
tte neatest style and at the lowest rates, for
oash, at Tax Narwa Job Office, No. 149 East
" "Goat, or the Negro Vindicated Against the
Aspersions df Ariel," ta the title of a new pam?
phlet which will interest many of oar readers.
It may bo found at 0. G. Erokmann's, Nc 70
- A corp EXT,-Mr. Jobo Wingate, a member of
Truck No. 2, waa painfully wounded m tba
cheat and on his arm, on Monday evening, by
being jammed against the fence opposite-the
.Track house in Queen-street, while the ma?
chine was being mo ont.
SALE or BEAL ESTAJ E IS RHODE ISLAND.
Messrs. W. Y. Leitch ft B. 8. Bruns sold yes?
terday, for the U. S. Marsha), a lot sad dwell?
ing house m the Town of Ne vport. Rh ode Isl?
and, for $11,300. It ia not of ,ea that a sale of
New England real estate takes place in Charles?
ton, but tho price obtained in the present in?
stance shows that there is a market here for |
all tiatuable property, whatever its location.
. A Bao AITA.-There is a movement on foot
"looking to a regatta on the 28th inst., between
several well known crack yachts in our harbor.
?The owners of the Eua Annie, the Eleanor and
the Maggie MiteheU are to be approached on
the subject, and they will doubtless consent to j
enter for a race The preliminaries are in J
course of adjustment, and it ia boped that
matters will be fully arranged in time for some J
fine sport oa the occasion mentioned.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, JUNK 7.-Charleston Hotel.
C. B. ?mith, QeorKia; W. T. J. O. Woodward,
H. J. Joy, South Carolina;. F. A. Baberock,
New York; J. B. Rogers, Eng land; L. C. par- |
pen ter, Washington; C. Lyons and wife, New
Pavilion Hotel.-N. P. Dutton, steamship
Sea Gull; P. S. Worsham, Cooper River; J. R.
Easterling, Georgetown; Captain 8. L. Down
eth, Philadelphia; J. C. Mnrpen, Kingatree, S.
C.; P. W. Miller, Liberia; CE. Wash borne,
WiUtown, 8. 0._
B?K? HANDEKBCHXEVS.-Mr. Barnwell, of I
. Bo Bo Va Review, who has lately i visited oar [
oity, while here exhibited to his friends a band
- karehief made from the ramie plant, which
waa not surpassed m softness and fineness of |
texture by linen of the beat quality. They are
quitte common in New Orleans, and are kept
constantly for aa re in tho ano ps. It shows
wirti can be done with thia new plant. We
believe its cultivation has been entered opon
in various parts of Louisiana on a huge scale
and Kith very gratifying proupjota ofeuccoee.
TRINTTC CHTTBGH SUNDA T SCHOOL.-The ded?
ication of the new Sunday School room of;
Trinity Church, on Sunday afternoon, was the
occasion of a delightful entertainment, eon
aiat'ng of singing and addresses. The school
is in a prosp?rons condition, the average at?
tendance being larger than at any time since
the war. Under the careful training ot Mr.
R. M. Edmonds, of Rib.way, N. J., who is an
accomplished singer and has much experience
in vocal instruction, the monthly concerts of |
thia school are becoming exceedingly attrac?
PORTRAIT or TBS LATE S. G. COURTENAY. -
There ia on exhibition at the establishment of
Mesare Kentville ft Hannan, late Courte?
nay's, Broad-street, a floelv executed oil paint?
ing of the late Samuel Gilman Courtenay,
which is pronounced by his trie ids to be an
excellent and faithful picture. It was painted
to order, by Mr. Thomas Wightman, a nat ive
artist, for the JStoa Eugine Company, of
vrbioh Mr. Courtenay was president. It will
be suspended in the hall of tho company after
remaining OJ inspection in Broad-3treet tor a
THH Unrfp-..STATES CIRCUIT COOBT.-The
seimon of the United Stales Circuit Court tor
this State closed on Batu day and Chief |
Justice Obase left this city yesterday for Ral?
eigh. In.oonoeotiou with the fact that the
session now ended is the first in which a Chief J
Justice of the United States has sate on the
benoh ia Soatt? .Carolina,, it is worthy of nate
that in only one instance bas tbs decision of
the Hon. George 8. Bryun, United States
District Judge, beec overruled by the Circa it
Court, and in this one instance it was, we be?
lieve, a modification and not a reversal of the
decree ot the lower court. This speaks well
for the intellect and judicial knowledge of his
Honor Judge Bryan... .
? j (U?.-r-ikri ?
STATE COURT.-IN TUE GENERAL SESSIONS
HOB. B B CARPENTER PR ES ID INO. -The court
met at 10 o'clock and noon the fall pf, the roll
of jurors,' several being found absent, the
sheriff was ordarod to rill np the absent num
bsr by sominoning extra jurymen, the grand
and petit juries were then organized. The
dee charged the grand jury, instructing
them in ibo nature of their obligations and
duties, and the v irions- offcoeea that won d be
brought before them. A cu m ber of indict?
ments .wer? tjbe-> handed to the grand jury,
who, after a short ahaouce, made tho following
atjhe State vs. ADD Williams. Assault and
battery. No brB. *
The court thea adjourned until 10 o'clock
Tm D.SITED STATES COTJBT, JURE 7
GBO. B. BBXAN, DISTRICT JUDOS, FBESI
The following jory order waa tig ned t
Cbiet Justice on Saturday, June 5 :
THB UKI rrj) STATES or AMERICA-SOUTH
Fourth Circuit of the stated term of thi
cuit Court of the United Status tor sait
triot, begun and holden at Charleston o:
hrst Monday IQ April, A. D.. 1869.
Present-Hon. 8. P. Chase, Chief Ju
and HOD. Geo. S. Bryon, District Judge.
To conform to the manner of design
the juries, in substance, to the laws and ut
DOW in foice m the State of South Cart
l. That the Clerk of the Circuit Court
the Marquai of the United States for the
tn ct of South Carolina, do make up a jar
from the State at large, of three bun
names of oit>E3i>8, qualified under the la'
the "tate ot South Carolina to serve ir
highest courts of the State, in which june
used, in the following manner, to
They shall oall upon the several Collecta
Internal Bevenue of the several Collection
triers in tho State ot South Carolina, to
msb each, from the several counties in I
respective districts, the names oi one hun
citizens, tb be selected' by them, and euc
they think well qualified "to serve as ja:
being persons of good moral character, st
judgment and tree from ad legal excepti
fronded. If any one ot the said Colleoto
Internal Revenue shall, after thirty day a?
tice, in writing, from the clerk and man
neglect or refuse to furnish the list of DB,
as bereiubeiore provided, then the clerk
marshal snail proceed to select a list of ja
from the several counties in the cotise
district of the oolieotor neglect! jg or refill
to furnish a list BB aforesaid.
2. Of the lists made up as aforesaid,
clerk and marshal shall o tuse. the. names t
written, each one on a separate paper or bi
and shall roll up -i fold the ballots so as tc
sembl? each other as mach as possible, an
that the'names written thetein shall no
visible on the outside, and they shall place
ballots in a DOE to be kept by the clerk for i
purpose. This box shall be securely loc
and sealed, and only opened nt the time
for the purp jae of drawing jurors. The he
jurors and the box as thus made up sha!
the lieb and box out of which jurors sba!
drawn Cor the year ens tiing.
3. When jarors are to be drawn the clerk ;
marshal shall attend at the clerk's office
some other public placo appointed for the r
pose by a judge, of the court. Thc ballots
the jory box snail be abasen and mixed tog*
er, and the clerk or the marshal, in (hep:
ence of a judge ot the court, ualess n-cess,
ly absent, without seeing tho names writ
thereon, shall openly draw therefrom the ni
ber of jarors required. If a person so drt
is exempt by law,. or is unable by reasoi
sickness or absence from, home to attend a
juror, bis name shall be rot urned into the I
and another drawn in hts stead.
! 4. A j ury-h s t shall be mado up in the m
ncr herein indicated, during the mouths
.April and Hay, annually ; Provided, that
jury list for the present year shall be made
as soon as practicable after the passage of t
5. Grand jurors shall be drawn and aumin i
ed in the same manner as jarors for trials; fl
when .drawn at the same timo as jarors
trials, the persons whoso names are fl
drawn, to the number required, shall ?o
; turned aa grand jurors, ana those alter wai
' di a wu shall be jurors for trials.
6. Grand and petit jurors to serve at a
etajed berm .of tho court, whether at Charl
loh or at Columbia, shall bs drawn, and aa
mons therefor issued, at least fifteen days I
Fore the commencement thereof.
7. No more than th i rt \ -ono persons to sci
as petit jarors, or nineteen to serve as sra
jarors. shall be drawn and summoned to i
tend, at one and th; same time, any conn, u
less the court shall otherwise order.
8. When by reason ot challenge or ot lu
wine, a sufficient number of jurors dulv drat
and summoned cannot be obtained for the tri
of any cause, civil or criminal, the court sh;
forth wi.h cause jurors to oe returned from tl
bystanders to complete tbe panel. The j uro
eo returned from the by tandera shall be r
turned by the marshal or ms deputies, ai
shall be such as are qualified and liable to !
dr a? n as jurors according to the provisions
9. No person shall be liable to be drawn at
serre as a juror oftener than onoe in two 3 eat
bot he shalt not be so exempt unless he 1
tends and serres as a juror in pursuance of ti
10. The jurors in attendance at any teim
the court shall be empanelled in the eau
manner as provided by the laws of the State 1
11. The rules heretofore passed relative l
designating, drawing; and empanelling juror
are hereby rescinded. S. P. HASE,
Chief-Justice United States.
GEO. 8. BBTAH, United States Judge, Du
tricl ot Sooth Carolina.
Circuit Court.--The United States rs. tvt
hundred and fifty barrels of molasses an
other goods. The following order was mado i
this case :
VETTED STATES VB. TWO HUSDBED AND EOT
BARBELS OE MOLASSES alfi) OTHER GOODS,
Judgment of foifeitute having been rendel
ed in this case, sud several pet 1 tions?dlcd ic
distributivo shares of tho forfeiture, on mi
tion of D. T. Corbin, United States At tome;
and Buist & Buist, Attorneys tor A. G. Mai
key, Collector of the Port, ordered. That th
petitions for distributive shards ia the fun
forfeited bo set down for a hearing on Wednet
dav, June. ?JI, 18G9. at ll o'clock A. AL, an
tbe claimants will take notice thereof.
GEO. 8. BBTAM,
United States Judge District of S. C.
Abraham Van Boren et al, rs. John Pote
Buren and others. Bill in equity for account
Ordered, that the order of 26th April, 1869, bi
amended by-lea ve to hear and report upon an;
-8?60tal mat tar. ?tc.
C. C. Montgomery vs. G. W. Sullivan. Peti
tion to redeem land. A copy of the petition t
be served by the Marshal on tho defendant
and that said defendant do plead, answer 01
demur within thirty days.
In Bankruptcy_J. B. Mendangh and Thos
A. Lathrop were finally discharged ia bank
rup toy. John McConnell was allowed to with
draw petition of voluntary bankruptcy. M ir?an
Drummond, of Bancell & Drummond, was or
dared to appear bofore the court 00 the 17tl
instant, and state why he shall not be d?clar?e
a bankrupt. A number of petitions in bank
roptcy, referring to Betting np liena and appli?
cations for final discharge, were read an J re?
REPOBTEBS' CBTOTBS-Major Johnson, thc
DOW United States Marshal, qualified and tool
possession of bis office yesterday.
The Bev. W. 8. Bowman wa* unanimous!)
elected chaplain of the Eagle Fire Company OE
.friday 0vening last,
A pHnk- road bas been hid in Oalhonn
stieet, from the Washington-street road to the
The dark cobweb-covered blinds in tho lowci
market have been brightened up by a coat ol
There were three immersions ia the Citadel
Squaro Baptist Church last Sunday.
The picnic of the Turnverein takes jilaco on
Monday next at the SchuetzenplatE.
The Sisters of Meroy, io charge of the Halo
Orphan Asylum, return their grateful thanks
to Bev. D. J. Quigloy, Pastor of the Cathedral
Chapel, for the nama, sugar, lemons, &c, left
from the Catholic picnic.
William Jervey, Esq., was yesterday elected
vestrymen oi St. Micha i's Church, to fill tho
vacancy occasioned by tbe resign it ion of Dr.
J. P. Jervey.
Tbe ono hundred and twenty-first anniver?
sary of the Charleston Library Society will be
held at the Library Hall this morning.
The soldier who was engaged in the melee
in Vauderhorst-atreet, on Saturday night, was
hued $15 by the Mayor yesterday.
The steamer Planter has re turned frc m Sa?
vannah mm us the visiting colored a un en of
The Rising Sun Base Ball Club, of Beaufort,
ti. C., and the Crescent Club, of this citv, bath
colored, will play a match game at the foot of
Broad-street, this afternoon, at hall-past two
Mrs. Crotjen, who was barned by the kero?
sene explosion on Sunday night, died last
Comfortable seats bave been erected around
he cirele in th e City Hall Park.
Ri COVERED RKLIU. - Mr. John Tourney, of j
this city, has received from Mr. Miles Moran,
of Sumter, 8. C., a modal Deanne; the name of |
Sergeant Jonah 1?. Hernes, a memoer of the
Palmetto Regiment that served in Mexico.
This medal was purohased by Mr. Moran from
a oolorod soldier of a .Massachusetts rogiment,
and be de ?ires that the rightful owner should
get it. Mr. Holmes or bis relatives can pro
euro it of Mr. Tourner, at No. 36 East Bay, cor?
ner of Adger's wharf. i
BUS I NX 86 NOTICES.
AUCTION SALE.-Risley & Creighton, Accom?
modation wharf, will sell at half-past 10 o'clock,
sugars and molasses.
LUNCH at "Our House," Shis forenoon, will
include coater eonp, fish acd roast beet, served
up io Toxck'a boat .sty ?e. < ' ?? '
TH? : QrrMncur,ore. HOUR,!-Save you
read tue June number of tba XIX Century ?
If not, go fo the nearest;"bookseller and pur?
chase. There ia not, a dull pege. between the
covers.- Read the thr.liing "Story of the East \
India Mufiny';M "An Evening with a Spiritu?
alist;''"Shoulder to Shoulder," and Adven?
tures of the Bloelia Jo. For a good cry, read
the Tale of tho Old Livyer, and for a laugh_
see the pic tines-of our South Carolina Legi s la
tors and the speeches thereof. Subscription
one yew $3 50. Send your orders to the of?
fice of the XLX. Century Compai-y, over the
store of -Walker, Evans Sc Cogswell, Broad
WHERE TO Go.- The perfumes of Araby the
Blest would seem stale in comparison with the
fragrant odors of the German colognes and
imported scents sold bi J. G. Luhn, wholesale
and retail druggist and apothecary, southeast
corner of King and John streets. There are
also ch jico flavoring extracts for soda water
dealers, ice creams, jellies and pastry, which
are highly recommended by the proprietors
of the Charleston and Pavilion Hotels. All
kinds of foreign a od domestic drugs, medi?
cines und chemicals, and tho different descrip?
tions of fancy gooda are always on hand. Spe?
cial attention is given lo making np prescrip?
tions, and the whole establishment is one that
may be safely recommended. Mr. Luhn is the
general agent for the famous Marengo Fever
and Ague Care, which is warranted to give
complete and universal satisfaction.
WHATMAN'S DRAWING PAPERS, all sizes; Mus?
lin and Paper Tracings, India Ink, Pencils for
card wtiting; also Bakers' Bread Books.
For sale by
NEUFVILLE & HANNAM,
Juno 8 1 No..9 Broad-etreot.
Go TO GEORGE LITTLE SC Co. far fine black
cassim ere pants, $3. tuthslmo June 1
THE BEST assortment of India Gauze red
Lisle Thread Under Shirts of all sizes and
grades, just received at and for sa'e low for
cash, at E. SCOTT'S,
Star Shirt Emporium, Moecting-strcet,
Jane 5 Opposite Market Hall.
Go TO GtOBGE LITTLE SC CO. for white
linen dock suits, worth twenty dollars, for $13.
Jane 1 tuthslmo .
THE "BADEN" PAP?B COLLAR AND Curra, nt
May ll tuths ' No. 219 King-street.
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENEE & MULLER.
AND DEALEBd IN
Readv Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOB CHILDREN, MEN AND BOYS.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Ac,
Ko. 39} Klag-street,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR
patrons and the pc bi lc generally that we have just
opened a large aud w*ll assarted i-tock of CLOTH
l*Q, MEN'? FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,, for tbe
Spri fi and summer, at tbe above stand, consisting
ol Business and lAess Snits, all sises and qualities
of shirts and Underwear Goods, fro. ; all sizes and
qualities of Lngllab. and Domestic Hall Hose ; all
sises and qualltie-i of Silk and Lisle I bread itlovei;
all sizes and styles of Linen and Paper Collars ; all
S*SM and styles of Cravats. Neck Ti os, Pocket
li ind ir rciur Ts, suspenders. Umbrellas, ftc. ; also, a
large and w?l> assorted stock of Broadcloths, Cassi
merea Doeskins. Coatings, TtsUngs, Ac, which we
offer to sell by piece, yard or pattern: or make up
ir. to Garments, by m ea-ure, in any snap? or style,
according to order/' st foe shortest notice. .Our
stock bas been selected wi b (treat cure, and we are
confident that we cao compete with auy otber boure
in this city. We invite an examination of our Stock,
and bespeak a share of tbe public patronage.
JltfiNKE Ct 31 UL, LICK.
March 27 ttutb3moa
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
IMMENSE BPDUCHON IN PRICES MADE IN
order to eifert a clearance of special lots ot
Gooda on hand and to anrive.
Tbl * is an opportunity wbich should not be lost
sight of bj ready money Durcbasers.
Tbe following aro a few quotations from some
CKAPK M A KKTZ at 2i and 30 cents, bost
FINK ST1LKS OF BAL, MOR A 1.9 at $1 TS
Pit),UK only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 60 cents
PA it \ - o 1.8, a aicn selection, from 60 couts up
Kl VE ?LACK SILKS teduced to $2; SJ 28 s
very floe artic e.
FINis; FKK.MH CO lt SETS, from 90 cents
DIAPKK. LINK?. DOYLiES, and other
Linen goods, 10 and 15 per cent, cheaper than any?
ii 00 DOZ KN TOWELS from 12 % to 60 couts
L.?DII-.V AND .11 E.N'S I \ li E lt \V K Alt
at II oderste prices
4-4 Lo ?Mic. urns from 12ii conts up
ME\'S FINK I? WAMA KAI'S OL Iv SI 00
DOM h SMC GOODS, Hosiery, Glover, well
ftsssorted and sold at nearly cost ince.
Pt'KCflGOTr ?SE Bito's ,
No. 437 Elng-street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department ior Bjots, shoes. Hats
ana Trunks. Smos May 3
J. H. BR?NING & CO.,
No. 263 King-street. Opposite Beaufain,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY IVFOttM TBEIB
FBlENln -ND IHKPUB'IC. that tbcv
have opene-i a well assorted *od acaso mb le stock of
UU. ? GOODS, whicto choy offer at
Yery Reasonable Piices.
We would call attention to the following Good* :
A splenlid assortment of DRE*s GOOD-, Black
Miks, White Goods, Hosiery. Linens, White and
Colored labe Dstnasks, Loogclotha. .sheetings.
Caxsimcre, Black 'lotti and Doeskins, Gloves.
Frenen torsete. Parasols, Umbrellas. Km oro aeries,
Handkerchiefs, lace -bawls. Opera Shawls, Hoop
t-kirts, Ls.ce Goods, Notions, ftc.
J. H. BUL >IVG & CO..
No. 2?2 KINO-HI REE i, 0PP08JTK BEAUFAIN.
rpo BUS1NK8M SHUN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
I? OSE OF THB BUT PAPRRs IN TBE UP?
COUNTRY; oas a Urge oircuiatlon, and affords sn?
parlor advantages as an advertising medium, lenna
tow. Addrea DARB k 0>TKhN,
February 23 Propnftotf,
yyBOU HUBO tit SUITS, VIZ:
GOAT, LEGGINGS. AND CAP? WITH C*PF.S,
for only M at VON 8ANTEN'? B >Z\AK.
JuneS tu!bs3 x>? I No.329 K.ing-9 r. el.
J\L?I A KC BB Ult 1?OUS
AT ONT.r 25 n?'KT< BA<"tfl; KUBBER <. HEFTING
by the jard, AIR PILLOWS for travel'inr. Piano
(.'overs, ttaoher clothing, and all other kinda of
Rubber Oood?, at VON SA iTE*'* B?Zi*B,
JuneS 3 MO No. 229 King-street.
TULLUN US F Ll" rl.VG ? Kl.lTISG!
DONE AT THE SHOBIEST NO! ICE.
Applv to Mrs. DAWSON, No. 306 King-street, over
Cohen a Drug ? toro 6* June S
gOUTHBIl* LANDS Wl.VTKD.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 34* PINE-STREET, NSW YORK CITY.
THE ABOVE FIRM HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for the Buying and Retiing of
Southern BEAL EjTAlF, City and Country. They
have placed Mr. J. H. MORGAN (late of Charleston,
8. C.,) at the head of this branch ol their bufinesa.
Parties wi "hi OR to sell property in the New York
mirket will And it to their advantage to address the
Mr. MORGAN refers lo Messrs. G. A. TBENHOLM
A SON, Charleston, S. C.
June 7 nae Imo
ja^- UT IC IC. M
SLATE AND TILE ROOFS REPAIRED IN THE
Deafest manner and ac shortest no'tce. Orders left
at AD AMS, DAMON A CO. Broad-street, or No. UO
Sic'ety^trtet, Slate Yard, or at hi? Be*iden -e. No
31 President-street. stutbS* June 5
REFINED FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
A3* Ask your Grocer tor oar Brand of
Lard In tlaeae Packages.
Packed in 3 lb. 5 lb, 10 lb Coddles; 60 lb rans for
shipment. Cheapest mode for rolling Lard, fend
for Price List.
Sold by Grocers itt Charleston.
Mar ta vic stu Ili3xrn
QUAKER CITY FINE SHIRTS,
BEADY M?DE AND TO ORDEB.
a*ay ll tntha No. 219 KINQ-STBKET.
Tio Pla^a, Sheet-Iron. Wire, and
all other tinsmith's goods, for
sale bj William Shepherd, No. J7
Hayne-streeL charleston, S. C
ICE CREAM CHURNS
ICE PICKS AND MALLETS
HANDSOME TOILET SETS
ZINC AND TIN HIP BATUS
INFANT ?ATH TUBS
WIRE DISH AND PLATE COVERS.
11 AKT & CO.,
June 3 ? Comer Kmg and Market-st cets.
E. J. KINSMAN,
PLASTERER, No. 40 WA BREN-SI Bl-ET, NEAR
COMING will uodertike PLA TERIRE?
PAIRING, Whitewashing, and Wall Coloring.
Shirts anH /iirnisljing (tofts.
SI ORE, Mco'intr-s'reet, opposite
the Market, ia the Cheapest end
most Popular Establishment o?
the kind tn the City. Having
Shirts and Collara his specialty,
he la enabled by hia experience,
tho yariety ot hi9 t-'tock ard the
extent ot' nit* buainesa, to supply
Ready-made, or made to order,
guaranteing a pctfect flt, and
at prioe? that dety competition:
Constantly on hand Gra\ 'a Pa?
tent MolJed Ci Har.?, and a lurse
Stock of Gent's Underwear.
Evory article sold at SCO IT'S
,0f TUE BEST.
January 1 limos
PERRON-} WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and ta*te can have their orders
promptly QQed by leaving them at Holmes' Book
Honae. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 _ Srooa*
^yiLLIS ?V CH IS OL. M.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WELL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
8BLPMENT (to Foreign ?nd Domestic Portai or
COTTON, BICK, LUM BBB AND NAVAL 6TO BEB.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. a I
K. WILLIS.A. B, OHIeOLM I
October 36 I
STATE POUTH CAROLINA ?IX PER CENT,
sro.: ?C. (old and new;
btate South Carolina eix per Cent. Bondi (old and
??tate South Carolina Six per Cent. Bonds (issued
fo. Bank notes.
Apply to SAM'L C. ULA'tK. Broker,
June 8 1 No. 38 Broad-*tre*t.
STATE OF 80?TH CAROLINA BONOS
state of south Carolina Coupons
Bank Billa ot all kinda, Bonds, Stocaa
Coupons of all kinds wanted, and bighoat market
price paid at MOHELAND'S EXCHANGE,
June 8 No. 8 Broad--ticet.
NT ATE BUNDS AND C')UPO>?S.
STATE SOUTH CA BOLINA BONDS ANI> COU?
PONS wanted by J iMES H. WIL>ON,
June 7 t No. S Broad.?treet.
RAILROAD BONDS AND tO?
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
BONDS A.iD COUPON"*, guarantied by tbe
State, wanted by J?MEs H WILSON,
June 7 -2 No 5 Broad-?treet.
BANS OF THE STATE OF SOUrfl CAROLINA
BILLS. Alao, Bank Bills ct all kinds, Bonds
and Storks bought by > . -
ANDREW M. MOBELAVD.
Jum> 1 No. 6 Broad-stteet.
QN LONDON AND ON NEW TORE.
Sold by LESESNE A WELLS, .
Mar ll Imo No. 10 Bread-street.
fJ10 PUBCHASE, UNITED STATES BILLS OF
all denominations, and NATIONAL BANE
NOTES too much mutilated to be redeemed by
Government Agents, at fair prices, for c?an.
A. GAGE A CO.. Charleston Ice House.
June 1 7
gTOCKAND EXCHANGE BBOKER3AND.MFR
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c. n get their oiders
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheaps^
rates, hy applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
Drnfls, QLtKinitaLs, Ctr.
IT Wi~~ECKEL & CO.,
tNo. 331 King-Street,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
?heir eplendid new black marble
ARCTIC SifDA FOUNTAIN,
The finest and the best apparatus ever I rought to
Charleston. They are also prepared to offer on
FR ?SH, SPARKLING AND COOL,
And containing all tho Medicinal Properties for
which thoio waters are BO widely celebrated. They
alao would direct attention to their
Where the purest and best Drugs only are used,
and Prescriptions filled by the Proprietors them?
selves, both old and experienced Pharmaceutists.
They have a full assortment of
Embracing the fabrics of some of the beat Perfumers
In Germany, France and England.
May ll tnths
rriHE BISHOP PILL!
THE BISHOP PILL:
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Furoly Vegetate P?l (Sugar-Obated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILL,
"Is of extraordinary efficacy for OoativnCBB, Indi
gestiun, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous Debility,
Liver conpiaint," .' Toe best PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T tl ? III
ga- AU Druggists in CHARLESTON eel! them.
" COSTAR'S "
?CostarV Kat. Roach, ?St?.. Externara.
"Lo.tarV Bed Baa; Exterminators.
..Costar'*" lonly pure> Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Renieniej knn*u."
"18 \ear-rstabl?rheJ in Hew York."
"?OOO li ?es ano Flash, manuf inured daily."
?.I 11 Bfivare ' 11 of souriou* iuafUtlou.."
"AU Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
For $1, $}, *S and $3 BIZ es, Addresa
So. 13 Howard-street. ?Sew York.
Sold in CHARLESTON, 8. C., by
GUODKICH, WIXKJ1AS Ac CU.
KO? AU ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Baie bj Dragsrlslf Everywhere.
Juiyae MO lit
Jin ri ?aa Soif s.
Positive Sah at half patt 9 o'clock.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be aolil THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at luli?
pa*. O o'clock,
SO tubs and Arkins BOiTi B, some ohoice
ISO barre s Flour
3U barrels h miar
36 bits Mackerel
25 barrels syrup
3 enies ('rockery, open.
Conditions cash. June 8
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL,
i His DAY, the 8th instant, will be aoaflNfore our
Biore, al ba T-patt 9 o'clock,
200 CANVASED BAMi,
3? kees PORK Tit ill MINOS.
Conditions cash._June 8
BY HOLME** & HACBJJ.TH,
By virtue of an order ot sile, to me directed, by the
HOD George 8. Bryan, Judge ot the United states
District Court, for the D.stri "t of Minto Carolina I
will offer tor ?sie at Pub.to anutioa, at the Old
Jroatoffloe, toot ot Broad-atreel. on TUE-DA Y,
Joue 29th, 1869, at ll o'clock A. M..
Alltbo-e J HR EE PLAN CAIIONS OB TRACTS
OF i AND, ?liuate in M. George's Parish, District of I
Colleton, and ?tate of Scatb < aro Una, comprising
all that Plantation or Tract of Laod, measuring and
containing eighteen hundred and twenty-six 1823
acres, more or Ic-s, and generally known as the
?'Indian Held- Mi 1 Plantation." butting and bound?
ing to the north on land, now or late of Major David
Gavin, to tbe south on land now or lat? ot Captain D
Cannady, and Und now or lately claimed by William
ttsey, to tbe east on land no? ?rlate ot Colonel John
Humph, on Um.1 here'natter described, and land now
or lately c aimed by Wm. L tsey, and to the west on
land now or late of estate of Thomas Byra, ana land
formerly a part ot (he said "Indian Fields Hill Plan
tatton." bat sold efl therefrom to John L. Daer and
Wm Utaey. and by the said Wm. Utaey to Major
All lhat PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
adjoining the above on the east, measuring and con
tuinlngseven hunured and thirty-four (734) acres.
Buttin? and bounding to the north on land now or
late of Captain J. L Inabnet, to the roath on land now
or late.of Christian Rumpb, to the east on land of the
South Carolina Railroad Company, and to the west
on baud now or laie of Colonel John Bumph and the
"Indian Fields Mill Plantation," above deeortoed.
AB that TRACT OF PINE LAN?, measuring and
containing forty (40) acres. Butting and Doonding on
all side < by land claimed by Wm. u tsey. and touch
tog tbe cast side ot the "Indian Fields Mill Planta?
Ihe above three Tracts of Land will be sold as a
whole and comprise in all twenty-six hundred (1600)
acres, a poi bo., of which is cleared and well adapted
to cotton, and the balance heavily timbered
Ter na-One-thirJ casn ; balance to two equal suc?
cess ve annual Instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of the purchaser, with interest at th? rate of
seven per cent, per annum, payable annually, and a
mortgage of tbe premises. Purchaser io pay for
papers a d stamps. LOUTH VoLAlx,
Jane 8 ias7 Assignee of Wnarton A Petsch.
L WIER DECKKK IN EQUITY.
James Quintin vs. Richard U. Cain et al.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will le sold, in frontot the old Customhouse, on
TUESDAY, the 29t0 day of June, A. D. 1869, ac
ll o'clock A. M ,
All that FARVI OR TRACI OF LAND, situate in
St. Andrew's Parish, on Ashley Uiver, in tee County
of i barleiton, snd known as ..Villa Norma, (acme
times called "Accab-e,"i containing^ '00 acres,
Bounded north on land, of Christian J. Lieck tu. ii,
east on lundi of now or late of H. Pinckney Walker
and rhrislian J Beckman, south, on Ashley River,
and west ou linds now or late of charles T. Lowudes
saving ami reserving one acre of the aforesa d tract,
containing the cemtery or family graveyard of
ibe Morns funny, with righi ot way through ibo
" lld avenu ." to the Dorchester r ad.
'J ur m H-Une-fiurtu cath; balance nn a credit of
one, ti?o mid thiee \cirs, bec red by bond or bjnds
if the purchaser ur purchasers, and a mongago of
the premises mild, s nd rn1 rtgugo to conUin a p< ? er
of fide, upon lita condition of the said bond and bonds,
or cf any ol them, so given lor the put cb*.-c money,
t e ng broken. E. W. M. M Av KL Y, S. c C.
June 8 tut
LAD KU DECREE IN EQUITY.
A. C. Chandler, Assignee, vs. Daniel F.
A. f. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold, In front of the Old Customhouse, on
TUESD \Y. thc rid da; of Jone, A. D., 1869, at ll
o'clock. A. M ,
ALL THAT PLANTATION OR PIECE OF LAND,
situate on Wad- alaw Island, in the County of
Charleston, sud known as the "Point ol Pines," con?
taining 1200 acres, more or le-?. Butting and
bounding north and west on Wadmslaw Bound, east
on lands il R.E. Jenkins, and sooth on lands of
I erm->-One-third cash ; balance on credit of on-,
two and three years, secured by bond bearing inti r
i-st at the rate of sevn per cent, per annum, and
mortgage of the Plantation, eurcba-er to pay for
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKAY,
June 1 tut 8. C. O.
JgCONOMY IN Et KL, A VD LABOR.
SINCE OUR INTRODUCION INTO THE CH Y OF
THEY HAVE STEADILY G'IN ED IN PUBLI0
fiver, and uro now used not only <or v.iri us cull
nar? purnosos, but also for PttMRRVING FRUITS
DISTILLING ROSE WATER. PREPARING LARD,
sr. Tn the Nursery and .sick Room they are in?
valuable. Dentists, Chemists and Wauufacturera,
and others who need i ult LA ULE HEATING AP?
PARATUS, will find them admirably adapted to their
A largo supply of tbe above, and al.-o of the
superior GAS STuVEs on hand and for sale at man
ut.<? lurer's prices, whol sale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL Ai SON,
No. 337 King.street, ons door north of Liberty
June 3 thstu
L . FILLET,
I ROY, NEW YORK,
MANTPAC ITUEE OF
SiOVES, BANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
"PHILANTHROPIST," ?CHIEF COOK,'
"CHABTEB OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE 60?THEB?
AND ron SALE BX
D, L FULLERTON,
THEsfi STOVES' STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity. dar?biittv, convenience* and the general
pu-potier to which cooking Stoves are used. Tbs
PHH ANTHROPIC is e>tra heavy plated, and has
Ash Drawer; ran be mad? into a six boiler hole
?tove*, has cart iron Wi.cr I'aak galvanized, ot
enamel lined. A strictly tfrst-class Sto?e. Tie
CtVTi.HN ta of a neat design; and ha* a 8ne large
Oven. Thiii stove ca i be bad with tho extension
nark, MIX holes, und reservoir when desired
For further iat-iroaatiou uppiy io
D. L. FULLERTON,
January St tn-os Augusta, Ga.
Fr. HU MPH BEYS,
BROKER, A ?CTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MEECHA Al.
HALES OF BEAL ESTAI lt. STOCKS. BONDS, SE
C0KI l IEs AND PERSONAL PBOPEBTY
No. ET BK.OAD-8TJB.KKT
CHAULE - TUN, 8. a
Bon. HENRY BUiSi, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq
l'oei-3i J1MK-. CONNKR, T. H. WARING. Esq.
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NOTARY FOBUQ AND O SN URAL AQBNT,
No. IO Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY BO LI CI 18 BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Marchants and others,
and in WRIT LNG UP AND POSTING their BOOKS
either in part or who.e. Ao January 9
tiLORGK vV. VfEr'Ftlf?i
No. 86 Vendue ifa.ige,
W?l seJI TETS DAT, m instant, at bair-past 9
SO tubs BUTTI R
10 tierces S. OL C invaded Bama
10 tierces H C. Bellies
0 bbl?. Strips
5 drums Codfiah
100 boxea Scaled Herrings
25 bbis. Extra Family Flour
Cheese. Lard. Tomatoes, ftc., fte.
1 Large Fairbank** Beare. Jons 8
BY HENRY CORIA & CO.
THIS DAT, at half-past 9 o'clock, in front of oar
Store, will be sold, ,
13 TUBS NEW GOsHEN BUTTER.
Tondit lona cab. /anet
Poiitivt Sale of Sugars and Molasses to close
We will sell THls DAT. at half.past 10 o'clock A if.,
13 hbds. CHOICE MUSCOVADO bUGABS
17 hhdt. New Clayed Molasses
18 puncheons Choice Porto Rico Molasses,
Terms-For auma of $500 dollar* or under, cash;
over Ut at amount, approved thirty day*' accep ta?os
received. RISLET A CBBIGHTON, JO
June 8_Acooaamodatioa Wharf.
Butter, Belly Bacon, Smoked Tongues,
Hams, Shoulders, fe.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAT. tbe 8th instant, will be sold, tn Our
'tore, at 10 o'clock,
ll firkins NEW BUTTER, I a.-*nmm.
8 tubs New Butter, f Per 8??8?**?
7 tierces Canvased Hams. ?
BELLT BACON. Pig Hams, ^boulters, Smoked
Tongues, Bolognas, smoked Beef, Syrup, Prunes.
Cheese, Ac, Ac.
Condition* cash._ Jone 8 - ?
Boots, Shoes and Eats.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS DAT, (Tuesday,) at 10 o'clock. I watt
sell at my store, corner ol King and Literty
SEVENTY-FIVE OASES BOOTS AND SHOES, ?
choice assortment, const sting of : Cases Men's CSU,
Congress and Oxford Tiea, Buff and Calf Brogans.
Balmorals, Malakoffa and Jersey Ties, Ladies Mo*
roc:o Polish Boots, burkina. Ties and Slippers,
Serge Congress. Women's Bootese, Miases ansi
Children's Congress, Polish Boots, Ties, fto. ?
20 DOZEN MEN'S AND BOYS' FELT HATS.
60 dozen Men'a and Boya' Leghorn abd Canton
Ladies' Leghorn and Black Canton 3hade?9
Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts, fa I
BY JOHN G. MI KN OR k CO.
THIS D KY, 8th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will seTLat
our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-Street,
WHITE LEO H O UN aBADEe, BLACK fJ??
Brown Canton Shades. Imitation Straw shada?.
Boy's Fancv Straw Hats, Bfbbona, Beaded ?nd Plata
bilk Parasols, Printed Orgiadies and Lawn?, S trio*
Lenee, Plaid Mozambiq its. Chene and tmbrolrtered
Dareges and Poulina, swiss Masllns India Mulls?
114 and 12-4 Marseille* Quilts. Flinted Apron?,
Brown Linen, Table Diapt-r, Ml-tsea and Women'*
Hoop skirts, White and Blue Pavilion Gaum. Whit*
Hose, brown B alf-.i osa, 8-s, 7-8 a d 4-4 Bleaohed
and Brown shirting, Pocket Books, Linen Cambric
bemstitched Hana kerchiefs, and sundries,
conditions cash. June 8
Securities at Auction.
BY LOWNDES & GR 1MB ALL;
Will be sold, at the old Pos'offlce. THIS DAY?
June 8, at ll o'clock,
$6,500 CHhBAW AND DARLINGTON FIRST.
MORTGAGE BON Dj
$6.oro South Carolina Bal froid long date Bonds
80 sh TUB ;-outh Carolina Bailroad and Bank:
-?hares Bank of Georgetown Stock.
Will aell at Commercial Wharf, on THUB8DAY, 10th
Instant, at lu o'clock: A. M..
A LOT OF QUARTI-RU AS iBR'd .SUPPLIES.
LOT OF TIMBER TB??'K?.
House and Lot Anson street, one door north
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES.
will be sold, on THUBSDA?, 10 h inst., at th? Old
PcetofBce, at ll o'clock,
HOUSE AND LOT etat side ot Anson-street, ona
door north of Laurens. Lot measures 48 feet S
Inches front by 97 teet deep on the north line, mora
or leta, south lins Irregular 97 feel, east ltne irrsgu
lar, 40 tvet 6 inches, more or lesa.
l ems-One-half cash ; balance in one ' and.
two years, secured by bond ano mortgage ot tn?
property, with interest. Purchaser to par J. ?7. M.
for papers and necessary stamps. June 5
"Q ABBY'S PBOPHYttk.^ WK
Letter from Hon. Alex. H. Stephens, of Geer
CBAWTOBDSVILLX, Ga . September 29.1858.
Darby's Pro,, ay lactic Fluid is an article of uni?
coat, but great value. Its domesMo aa well aa medi?
cinal uses aro numerous, while its specialties ara
most wonderful I have not been without tt (bc
tm jears. and no heed o( a, family whocananted
to have lt should be without it.
ALEX. H. PT EPH ENS.
THE) WONDEHFCti FAMILY MKDL
Letter from the Surgeon-General of the tate Con fader-*
BicBMo.No. Va., Jaonarr 14,1889,
JOHN DABBT A Co., No. 160 William-street, New
Oev?-em-n-I bave received your letter of t?as HUA
of December, 1680, callina nv attention to you
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheerioUy ?tute (bat tb? ?"laid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, the turireoaa bm.
charge of general hospitals tn tbe Confederate set>
vico with great benefit to the pattentB-all the sur*
geo: s making a favorable report-a great deal of Ur
wss use i io tue hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
?AHL PREsION Mu OES, H? D,
EacoBT COLLEGE, OXFORD. GA., DecembefM, I888C
Prat. DALBY. Dear Sir- saving not been ec
gaged for many years in tbe active duties of th?
Medical profession, f am only surx r?tialhr 'aeqxaarat
ed wita the cia'ms ef your Propbjiactto Fluid,iiut
am well acquainted with its chemical elementa. .
While, thoroton, I cannot speak erperi m entally ot
the value of the compound, vet the diarnfeetnvsad
therapeutic propertiea of tbe agent* employed in it*
competition, together with the wen known reputa?
don J ita discoverer, aa a ob?rais ?, au th ansie ma to
regard its merit: as ol a high order; on the whole Ii
must be considered as a valuable contri .ration to th?
clasa of articles to which it belcngs. -
These view-, I may add, are ?ustained by the testi?
mony oi many c nape tent Judges, who Lave tested
its properties. Believe me, dear slr.
A. Mt A.Ns, M.D., LU P.
CL UES BURNS, Wot .MlS. STING?, ?SC*
A LAB AKA ?N SANE HOSPITAL, 1
Tusc AJLOOIA December 22 1868. J
Messrs. JOHN DABBY A Co., No. 160 WiilLm-street?
Oe tienen-l received your circulars of the If Ox
Instant, at>king an expre-sion ot' opinion from mea*
to the merits of your Prophylactic Find: 'The pira
parution has been HO g -neratiy nseo by the profes?
sion aud public at larye. and so um vernally esteem?
ed, that it seemarfo me to need no farther rrcom
OJ en dation.
As a dn-lnfectant and remo Hal agent too. when ta
dicat d, it is not excelh d bv any altanar preparation.
Wense permeanganic prepa atlons very extensively*
m this h> sp'tal, and coud not do without them. X.'
coualder you's tue best and most elegant prepartw
Uon ot the kind manufactured. '.
It c sp?.-c a ul,y yours, Ac,
?P BRICE. M. D..
Sup't and Physician Alabama Insane Hospital.
m> wi . & MOIS rc,
May M tuths3moa j gents for South Carolina.
GOODRICH, W?'KM AW ?ft CO.,
Direct Importera of Buropean Drugs and Cbentcakg?
May 8 ttuthlrr CHARLESTON, a t\