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THE DAILY TSUESWS.
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EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO TEE PROVIS?
IONS OF TEE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
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jhieh ia about twioe aa large as that of any j
other paper pnbliahed in South Carolina, is the
Mst advertising medium for ail business men.
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to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of value,
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let ; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella
neou?fwan ;a of all kinds.
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classes specified :
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rates must be prepaid and delivered at THE
Mews office by 9 P. IL
MEETING THIS DA Y.
Marion Ledge, at 8 P. BL
AUCTION RALES THIS DAY. *
- F. P. SALAS will sell at ll o'clock, on Brown's |
Wharf, a cargo of so ?ar and molasses.
MLLES BRA CE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, dry goods and hats.
WILLIAM GURNET will sell at 10 o'clock, on
Southern Wharf, quartermasters' stores.
THE DAILY NEWS PRICE CURBEST AND COM?
MERCIAL CoctTAs will be ready for delivery at
our counting-ioom at nins o'clock this morn?
ing-. Single copies five cents. Orden for ten
copies and over will be filled at tbs rate of two
?nd a half coots per copy.
THE CHARLESTON LYN or Co ?BT - A special
meeting of the un of Obort will bo held this
evening at the Hall of the Charleston Library
Society, this evening, at 8 o'clock. The at?
tendance of. every member ia punctually re?
quested. _ ,. .-.
Tn KINOSTREE STAR.-We are pleased to
greet the reappearance 61 our Williamsburg
contemporary, the moreeapeoaaUyasitcomesto
us itf?o bright and thrifty looking a dress. It
is a paper every way creditable to its accom?
plished editor, Ht. E. C. Logan.
THB COLUMBIA POSTOFFIOE_It seems that
the statements that Wilder?, th?ottered post?
master at Colombia, had reinstated the former J
manager with his coi ps of er peden cad clerks,
is unfoundeo. Tbe Pbcenix of yesterday has a
doleful editorial jeremiad in contradiction.
THE VawrjriA MILITA sr INSTITUTE.-The
graduating class of the corps of cadets will
git? a ball at the Ii B ti tute on Joly 2d, for
which aa invitation has been sent to ns.
Among the members of the committee we j
notice A. J. Twiggs and W. J. Magrath of this |
MERCANTILE PRINTINO.-All kinds of mer?
cantile printing, raab asoircolare, letterbeada.
cards, bill heads, statements, tte., for conn
fog-rooms and offices, promptly executed in
the Dealest style and at ine lowest rates for
cash, at Tara Nsw? JOB Omca, No. 119 Eist
Bay. : ? ?.?
Tn MAROON OF THE WASHTJQTONB -Thia
gallant company, with their lady friends and
invited guests, passe J the day at Mount Pleas?
ant yesterday, and bad a most agreeable time
in tho woods of "Haddrei." With fine innate,
fascinating beaux and charming belles, could
it have been otherwise ?
ENROLMENT OF THE MILITIA.-In accordance
with caders received from Governor Scott, the
Adjutant-General of the State has instructed
the census taker of this city to enroll all the
.cit ?zens of this county between the ages of
eighteen and forty-five years. There are two
form? for abo enrolment, one embracing all
between eighteen ?nd thirty years, and tbe
other those between thirty and forty-five years.
There is to be no exoeption whatever in the
enrollment, ?nd all who desire exemption ?re
required to apply tb the Adjutant-General's
office, Columbia. The census taker will begin
hw dnties in a bou t ten .days, when he will also
take the census. .
ANOTHER SCHUETZE NFEST.-At the anniver?
sary meeting of the Gesellschaft, OB Friday
night last, it waa determined to bave another
one day shooting fest at the Flat?, on the 80th
instant, for tbe parp?se of disposing of the
twenty prises left over from ' tbe last festival.
Arrangements ?re on foot to make the occa?
sion, though brief, similar in spirit and enjoy?
ment to the ever-memorable three days' carni?
val of fhn and frolic in May last.
An election for officers of tbe crab was en?
tered bato, and all the officers were re-elected,
with the addition of Captain Ibeodore Speng?
ler, ex-president ol tbe Washington Sohuetaen
Corps, as 8chuelzon Master.
BUSINESS iMPrtovEatSNT.-It is with satis?
faction that w? notice any change in the South
wi i rib gives assurance of advancement among
our grocery merchants. Few have boon bet?
ter known for the last twenty-?vo yean than
Bernard O'Neill, Esq. Tt is gentleman has late
ly enlarged and improved bis establishment on
East Bay, taking under one roof tho entire
leugth Of bis lot, from the Bay to S'.ate-street,
being about three hundred feet in length, and
with an opening on two streets, and a laree
and extensive interior, presenting admirable
Accommodations for the transaction of his
heavy and extending business. We are pleased
to see thia evidence of the result of good man?
agement and long continued fair dealing.
OUB FISH SUPPLY.-We hear that a circular
baa been issued by Governor Scott, and sent
to prominent and intelligent citizens through?
out the State, with a view of eliciting from
them full particulars touching the past and
present condition of the fisheries of the State.
By the issuing of such a circular it is expected
that a great mass of valuable information will
be collected roaching this important subject,
jsaob neighborhood ia requested to make a re
port, and, when responses shall have been re?
ceived from ali quarters of the St tte, the at?
tention of the Legislature will be inspired in
?ooh . manner aa to direct measures calen.
Ijlpj to arrest tbe decline and possible anni
hd?aon of the flab aapply. Likewise, a plan
for the artificial re?tociang of Ue streams and
river? rf the StaU wti; U urged.
TBE CHARLESTON OPERA HOUSE.
Hew it can be Ballt and Opened ny
We are informed tbat the proprietor of the
"AdgerBoilding" hare agree! to frire np, for
the parp?se ol building an opera boneo, nearly
two-thirds of the area of that immense build
ino;, including an outrance of fifteen feet on
King-street. The value of the portion of tho
buddins; to be devoted to thin object, for rent
ing purposes, ie estimated at $20,000. In addi?
tion to which, he is willina; to expend the sum
of 920,000 cash, makins? $40,090. The cost of
the proposed opera ho ase will be $80 000, the
value of that portion of the building tobe
taken for this object is $20,0X), making $50,000,
of which amount the projector is willina; to as
some $40,000, as above, provided that the citi?
zens, merchants and business men contribute
the balance, viz: $10,000, ?o be paid OD the
completion of the opera house, say abont 1st of
We earnestly bope that this amount may be
raised, as the citizens of Charleston may never
have agaiu so good an opportunity of building
a theatre at so small a cost to themselves.
The -plan of the opera house will combino
the best features of Waliack's Theatre on
Broadway, and of the Fifth Avenue Opera
House, New Yoik; following mainly tho plan of j
tbe latter, whioh is the gem of all the small
theatres in this country. Our opera lieras e will
contain orchestra chairs, parquette, balcony
seats, dress circle, family circle and .galleiy,
wi h a handsome proscenium and four prof ce
Diam boxes. The ceiling and walls will be
handsomely frescoed and decorated. There
will be an elegant drop curtain and stock
scenery, &c., ?cc, making it altogether, by far,
the most attractive little theatre in the whole
South. Its capacity will be from ton to twelve
Charleston possessing an opera house of this
description, would attract the best troupes in
the country, to give short seasons of Italian
Op:ra, Qerman Opera, Opera Bouffe, English
burlesque, spectacular pie:e3 and tho legiti?
mate drama in constant succ?s sion.
The advantages of this underlaying to I he bu?
siness of this oity by making it more attract i ve,
can hardly be estimated, while it will give tho
first great impetus to the value of real estate.
The erection of this opera house alone will
do more to attract the attention of capitalists
who desire to make investments here than all
other efforts made therefor.
We are also informed that a oom mit tee of |
prominent morchants has been organized to
go among tbe basin eas men and citizans gene?
rally to raise the ten thousand dollars required.
If raised, the theatre is a fixed fact, and will be
completed by tbe first of November. Hr.
Chadwick, we understand, is willing to obligate
himself to return to the subscribers th)
amount au been bed by them in case the build?
ing should, in the next ten year*, be diverted
from the purposes for which it will be fitted np.
Mr. Chadwick hat already caused his ten
ante to move ont of that portion ot the buti?
ng necessary for building the th sabre, and
has obtained the plans and specifications.
The latest improvements in theatres and ope?
ra houses at the North have been examined,
and he finds that the work cannot be credita?
bly done except at a coat of $10,000 more than
he had designed or is willing to expend for tbe
The advantages of tbe whole plan are so
great to oar oily t lat we oannot donbt the
su?oess of the movement. The money is not
to be paid down by snbscribers until the build?
ing ia erected, and if the committee cao, to?
day and to-morrow, secure tbe $10 OOO requir?
ed, the work of building the opera house will
begin on Monday morning.
RzpoBTxas' Gamuts_Mr. M. W. Wigg re- j
cei ved bis oommissioo yesterday as a notary
A grand jnrymaa proposed yesterday that
the proceedings of that body should be opened
"Car No. 82, of the Bu tl edge-street line, got
off the track yesterday, but was soon rightel.
A colored man applied yesterday to be ap?
pointed matron cf tba Orphan House.
The new badges for the "Pioneer" have ar?
rived. They are of gilt metal in the form of a |
shield, surmounted by a fireman's oap resting
on crossed trumpets, with the word "Pioneer"
on a scroll. Above is the squad number and a
steamer, belo y the year of incorporation.
Altogether they are neat and serviceable.
Horses and mules brough t high prloes at the
government sale yesterday.
There was a light ami cooling rain yesterday,
whian, ho ?eyer, did bat little towards replen?
ishing oar empty -cisterns.
A change in the city officiais is not far dis?
tant-so say the q ind nunc?.
THE POET BOTA? BatLBOaP.-Tho Augusta
Chronicle of yesterday has another article in
regard to the Port Boyal Railroad. It says
that the New Yorkers who now control the
company proposed to build and equip the toad
if the Georgia Bailroad would take it in charge,
when completed, at a valuation of $3,000,000,
guaranteeing a dividond of six per cent, on
that amount. This was considere 1 by Judge
King and Directors Sibley and Jones, of the
Georgia Road, and one of the two gentlemen
last named signed the contract. Judge King,
however, refused to concur in the agreement,
and made a counter proposition, which was
that the road should be built for cash, and
that for every ten miles finished, the Georgia
Bailroad would subscribe thirty thousand dol?
lars to the stock of the company at par, until
three hundred thousand dollars had been sub?
scribed. Then, when the entire road is con?
structed, and ibe docks and % gram elevator I
built at Port Boyal, that the Georgia Road I
vfo?% subscribe au additional ..hundred thou?
sand dollars-making in all oar hundred
thousand dollars. The Chronicle says:
Mesare. Flannigan and Browne accepted this
proposition and signed it, subject to tbe ap?
proval of their associates in New York. I", was
also signed by tbe Geoigia Railroad commit?
tee, and may now bo regarded as a finality, fer
no objection is anticipated from the other par?
ties yet to be consulted. Mesera. Browne and
Flannigan lett for New York last night, and,
obtaining the ap roval of their associates, will
retaru withii thirty days to commence opera?
tions. Tho road trill first bo graded and the
track laid immediately from the depot cf the
Georgia Hoad to Sand Bar Ferry, where the
bridge will be built across tbe Savanuab. This
is to be done in order thal rock and other ma?
terial may be brought down the Uccrgia ?jad
and carried through to the river, so that the
bridge may be constructed before tho waters
are swollen by the next autumnal rains. Tbe
contractors agree to have the road finished
from Augusta to Port Boyal by August of next
year. When thu has been accomplished, two
lines of steamships will be immediately estab?
lished, one ranning to New York, th? other to
We must coDfess, tbat to us the whole af?
fair looks very mach like moonshine, and in?
deed tue following paragraph which we take
from the Augusta Constitutionalist, of yester?
day, squints unmistakably in that direction :
The Chronic lo and Sentinel, of yesterday
morning, announced that contracts were exe?
cuted on Tuesday whiob would insure the com?
pletion of this road within the next twelve
months. This statement was made upon pro?
fessedly reliable antboritv. We have been
autbonzed by Colonel G. P. Elliott, of South
Carolina, one of tne original projectors of this
line of road, and a number ot tbe Board of Di?
rectors, to state that no such contracts have
been consummated. The matter is in treaty
with Northern capitalists, but no definite ar?
rangement has yet been concluded. Colonel
Elliott also informs ns that the parties-Messrs.
Moses fay lo "A Co.-named m connection with
Ute con tract by oar contemporary, are notcon
ssnsd in tbs negotiations pending.
AxDEBMAM To?ar.-IE is announced that
Alderman Voigt, or Ward 8, will qualify and
t ?ko his Beat at the next meeting of City Coun?
cil. Mr. Voigt was a military appointee, and
was elected on the Pillsbury ticket, bnt refused
to qualify wben tbe Pillsbury party took office.
His letter rel using to qualify was presented to
Council at a meeting held on May 4, and was
received as information. Mr. Voigt, while in
Council, was a straightforward and moderate
man. We shall be glad to see bim take his
j *eat. _^
HOTEL ABBTVALS, JUKE 10.-Charleston Hotel.
A. Brant, Augusta; J. Callahan, Savannah; B.
D. Miner, Richmond; A. Gleenhardt, Mobile,
M. T. Crown, New York; Mrs. J. Friedlander
and maid, California; H. Wriede, United States
Army; R. B. Bridges, New Orleans; F. W.
Benton, England; James A. Slurers, T. 8.
Pavilion ?foleL- Howard Jackson, South
Carolina; F. H. Bozeman, Georgia; S. P. New
son, South Carolina; J. L. Jonda, Savannah;
W- 8. Jones, South Carolina; W. E. Lamp,
Williamsburg; N. F. By nu m, South Carolina;
George L. Streeter and lady, New Haven; A.
8. Barrona, Mrs. J. A. Barrona, Montgomery;
Dr. Baker, lady an 1 daughter, Santee.
CONT EDEE ATE BEOOBDS.-The Survivors'As?
sociation, with the view of collecting and pre?
Berring statistics and historical material of tho
war, would be glad to be allowed to make
copies of any original papers relating to the
forces famished by South Carolina to the Con?
federate army or navy, master rolls, reports
of battles or accounts of individual interest.
These papers will be carefully recorded by
tbe association, and when desired, the origi?
nals will be returned.
They would also be glad to receive the names
and military record of those who were killed
or died in the service from Charleston Dis?
trict, and will furnish blanks for tbe purpose.
The Committee on Becords will receive any
G. InvTNE WALKES, NO. 3 Broad-street.
T. G. BABEES, NA 15 Broad-street.
GEO. D. BETAS, No. 35 Broad-street.
THOO. MCCBADY, foot of Bse-street.
F. E. HUOEB, N. E. Railroad Office.
THE UNITED STATES COUBT, JUNE 10-HON.
GEO. S. BBTAK, PBBSIDINQ.-In Bankruptcy.
Charles Bolt, assignee. Petition for Bale. Re?
ferred to the Regis trar to take testimony. Win?
chester Graham. Petition to set up lien. Re?
port of sale by assignee confirmed and ordered
to make titles. G. K. Byan, assignee. Report
of sale confirmed. Ei parte Patrick O'Don?
nell, in re G. Hoffman, bankrupt. Petition for
rent dne by assignee. Ordered that the as?
signee pay the amount due. Ex parte Geo.
A. Trenholm, in re H. T. Green. Beport of
the Registrar aa to amount due peti'ioner on
bond and mortgage. Assign?e ordered to sell
property mortgaged after twenty days' notice,
and pay proceeds into oourt, and call in lien
creditors before 10th July. Ex porte D. J.
Auld, in re Wm. J. Norris vs. Peter H. Ul mo.
Petition for injunction, ftc. Ordered, injunc?
tion to restrain P. H. Ulmo from commencing
or prosecuting snit, and that the case be re?
ferred to Registrar.
In the Circuit Court_Mordecai A Co. vs.
John H. Steinmeyer k Son. Assn npsit. Porter
ft Conner tor plaintiffs; Simons ft 8iegling for
defendants. Jury No. 1, charged with this
case, rendered, a verdict of $851 52 for tbe
THC STATE CO ITBT-IN TEX G EN EBAL SES?
SIONS-HON. B. B. CABPENTEB, PBKSIDINO.
The Grand Jury presented the following true
The State vs Albert Harrison-Larceny.
The State vs. Elizabeth Middleton-Larceny.
The State vs. John Carrington-Larceny.
The Sta t e vs. Thomas Grant-Larceny.
Ihe 8tate vs. John Capers-Assault and bat?
The State vs. Thomas Avinger-Malicious
The State ve. Albert Jenkins --Larceny.
The State vs. James Griffin, Oliver Glover,
Oliver Biadelle, John Darsey-Larceny.
The State vs. Sarah Glover and Joe Glover
Larceny of notes.
Tbe following cases were disposed of:
The State vs. Joe Goulden-Assault and bat?
tery. Hon. D. T. Corbin for the defence.
The State vs. Cyprus Nelson-Assault and
battery. HOD. H. D. Byron, Esq., for the
defence. Guilty of assault.
The State vs. John Chestnut-Larceny. B.
W. Seymour, Esq., for the defence. Guilty.
Tbe State vs. Albert Harrison-Larceny. G.
H. Sas?., Esq., for the defence. Guilty of
RILEY'S SALOON, East Bay, opposite Adder's
South wharf, is the place to got tho beet of li?
quors put up on call in the most agreeable way.
CHAMPAGNE CIDE B.-One hundred cases
Champagne Cider and Lager Boer-qnartasYmd
pints. WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.,
No. 275 King-strest.
TBE GOVEBNMENT SALE of quartermaster
supplies will be continued at 10 o'clock this
morning, on Government wharf.
OUB CHAMPAGNE LIS T-Moot ft Chandon
(Green Seal), Ve Clicquot Pousardin, Piper
Heidsebk, M um m's Verzenay, Mu mm'a Dry
Verzenay, Mumm's Private Stock, Boederer Dry
Bouche Fils ft Co.s Carte Blancho, Dry Ver?
Also, Hockbeimer, Lanbenheimer, Clos, de
You geo t, Cham oer tin, Nuits.
WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
LUNCH at Torck's dunne the forencon to-day
will consist of cooter soup, boiled mutton with
caper 6auce, and tbe usual variety of good
IMPOSTED CLAEETS.- Nathaniel Johnston k
Son's Modoc; Nathaniel Jyhnston & Son's Sf.
Lotibe?; Lsc'aeanuer Boneckc ft Co. iiouillac;
Brandenbeig Freres Medoc; St. Julien Medoc.
Also a good table Claret at $4 25 per dozen,
$1 50 per gallon.
WM". S. GOSWIN ft CO.,
No. 273 King-? trecr.
THE GOLDEN MOBTAB.-Dr. H. Baer. druggist,
Meeting-street, near Market, bas placed iu
front of bis establishment a conspicuous sign
of a golden mortar on a tall, circular post'
This establishment is so well known, that it
seemed almost unnecessary to put out any
sign at ail. Enpas3anl it may be mentioned
that Ibe golden mortar points to the agency of
Riso?'s Sovereign Tobacco Antidote, a purely
vegetable compound of great efficacy. The
celebrated worm confections of Fleming can
also be had there, and tbe beat and purest
Freres Sauterne; La Croix Blanche Santerne;
Sparkling Catawba; Still Catawba on draught.
WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
No. 275 Eing-street.
TEAKLE di BLYTHE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GreinTlile, S. C.
WM. E. BAULK. A BLYTHS.
May M fa*
TP I C H A - J O 1
ON LONDON AND ON NEW TOBE.
Sold by LB8EBNE A WELLS,
Blay ll Imo No. 10 Broad-street.
Jj A K K IC H g ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOEEB9 AND HEB*
OH ANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of acy Jo=cription, ein get their orders
Ulled promptly and ia the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OPFIOE, No.
149 East Bay.
Stjirts and /nrnistjinn ?nabs.
SI DBE, Meeting-street, opposite
tbe Market, ls the Cheape?t and
most Popular Establiehuient or
the kind in the city. Baring
Shirts and Collars his specialty,
he is enabled by his experience,
the variety of his Stock and thc
extent of his business, to supply
Beady-made, or made to order,
guaranteeing a perfect fit, and
at prices that defy competition.
Constantly on hand Ora} 's Pa?
tent Molded Cellars, and a large
Steck of Gent's Underwear.
Every article sold at SCOTT'S
i,0f THE BEST.
January 1 6mos
PEB90N3 WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can nave their orders
promptly Oiled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the st)le or coloring pteferred.
April 22 3mos*
j?OOK BUYERS WILL KINO IT TU
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO OONSULT THIS
The List will be Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STAND ABD BOOKS
TOB SALE AT
FOG A UTI h.'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
.WE ABE NOW BECETVtNG A 8?PPLT OF
FB EN CH, ITALIAN AND GERMAN OIL OHOB
MOS. Most of them are ne w and exceedingly beauti?
ful They will be sold at very low prices. Also, a few
PHOTOGRAPHS from THOBWALDsON'd CELE?
BRATED BAS BELIEFS.
Catalogue So. 5.
SAINT LOUIS AND CALVIN (Great Christians of I
France.) by M. Guizot, ?2. _ _
THE COMIO BLACKSTONE, by A. Beckett, with
Illustrations by Cruickchanks, tl 60.
BEATBICE, a Poem, by the Hon. Boden Noel, SI.
DEAN ALFORD 'ri G KEEK TESTAMENT, ?Ith
English Notes. Abridged. 14.
THE STUDENT'S SCRIPTURE HISTORY, Old
and New Testamenta EnglUh Edition, 2 vols.. $0.
THE STUDENT'S OLD TESTAMENT BISTOBT,
Edited by Wm Smith, LL. D., $2.
THE STUDENT'S SPECIMENS OF ENGLISH
LITERATURE, by Tbos, B. 8ha?, M. A., Edited
with additions by Wm. Smith. LL. D.. 93 75.
CHAMBERS' INFORMATION FOB THE PEO?
PLE, 2 vos., 8 vo. $8 60
CHAMBERS' BOOK OF DATS, a Miscellany of
Popular Attiqnltine in ronnectim with Tbe Calen?
dar, including Anecdote, Biography and History,
Curiosities of Literature and Oddities of Human Life
and Character, 2 vols, 8 vo., Sheep, $10.
THE BENCH AND BAB OF GEORGI.', by
Stephens and Miller, 2 vols., $2 60.
EMINKNT WOMEN OP THh AGE, Illustrated
witt. 14 Steel Engravings, $3 50.
GBEATEB BRITAIN, a Record nf Travel in Eng?
lish speaking Countries during 1866-7, by Chas. W.
Dilke, with Mops anaVIllustrations, S3.
Subscriptions recemd lor all tbe PERIODICALS
AND REVIEWS. Amongst others we would call at?
tention to "'1 he Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Lit?
erature," SS; "Tho New Eclectic" and -'Laud Wo
Love," S4; "Lipplncott's Magazine," li; "The
Peoples' Magazine," London, $3; "The Sunday at
Home," London, $3; "The Southern Quarterly," $5;
" The Family Treasury of Sunday Beading," $3; to?
gether with all the Lady's Fashion Books,
Any of tbs above Books will be sent by Mail Post?
paid on rec-lpt ot price, by addressing
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King-street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. O.
Msy 14 Die fmwSmos
I SS KL L'S BOOK STORK.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and fong, with ninety-nine lirge steel engrav.
inga, imperial Svo. morocco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. Illnntrited by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in an e'egant binding. $10.
TENNYSON'S LocxsLT BALL, illustrated by Hennesy,
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S ELSOT, with seventeen Qnelv colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
cris nal manuscript, 4<o. $6 26.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Pot ms of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with for;y-seven
illustrations. 4to. $10.
THE BIRD, by Michele!, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings by Gi acorn elli, $6.
CHRIST TS SOHO, or Hyms ot Immanuel, selected
from all agea by Phillp Schaff, D. D., Svo, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
CowrxB's TABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti?
fully illustrated by the most eminent English
Arriata, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
fe TORT WITHOUT AV END, irom tho German of Ca?
rore, large 4to. with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in Imitation of water color*, $7 60. i
CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dicken*, with thirty
illustrations, by Eytinge, -mall 4 ociavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest nroductions of tbe
Scottish Poets, beautifullv -.llustrated. 8vo, $4.
MARMION, nv Waller scott, with fifteen photographic
illustration , SK
LAYS OF THE BOLT. LAND, from ancient und modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, Svo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK or LATS a miscellany of popular
anliquitie-, twa lara volumo*, royal 8vo, $0,
Thc above arc all in elegant bindings.
January 1 lyr
J. H. HEARD, N. Y. I W. J. HEARD, NORFOLK.
C. W. YOUNO, N. Y. j F. E. 003DBIDOE, PORTSMOUTH.
TAKARI), YOUNU & CO.,
PRODUCE C03I3IISS10N MERCHANTS,
No. 3*7 Washington-street,
NE W YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEOEGABLES, FBTJTT8,
BsriRENCza.-Governor Z. B. Vanee, Charlotte;
W. D. Reynolds ft Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super?
intendent BL * R. Railroad, Portsmouth; Colonel H.
L. Framont, H. E. Burma?, Esq., Wilmington; H.
E. Thurber ft Co., Langhran ft Egbert, Haw York ;
Bernard O'Neill, ohaalMton; alffrander ft Bassall,
Bavaeoatu ?aaa Apriia
EOUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
TTlsTITED, STAT IB S,
No. 92 BROADWAY, NEW TOBE.
WM. 0. ALEXANDER, Preeidont. I HENRY B. HYDE, Vice-Pr?sident.
GEO. W. PHLLLlPd, Actuary. JAB. W. ALEX ANDEE, Secretary.
CASH ASSETS OVER....;.3?,000,000
NUMBER OF POLICIES I98?ED EN 1888.<.11.0*6
AMOUNT ASSURED IN 1868.,....$01,891,8?? |
ALL, ITS POLICIES ARB XOX-FORFEMTBiG.
; * PURELY MUTUAL.
ALL. PROFITS ARE ANNUALLY DIVIDED AMONG TUB ASSURED.
BESIDES ISSUING ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES, THE "EQUITABLE"
would call attention to their "TONTINE LIFE ASSURANCE POLICIES," upon which many are now
assuring their lives, and which ls thought by those who havs given at the moat study and reflection, will
reader Life Assurance popular to a degree hitherto unknown. For documents or information upon the
subj ct of "LIFE ASSURANCE," application can be made to
WM. B. SHAW
GENERAL AGENT, No. Ill MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
O. A. BOWEN,
Vay ia ?fm Imo (OF JAMES A DOER k CO..) RESIDENT AGENT.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000 ? W. H. PECKHAM. President.
Assets.-:. 1,500,000 j H.- V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
Annual Income. 800,000 j L. McADAM, Actuary.
Losses Paid.. 500.000 G. A. F?DI0KAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Du, New ?ork.
Eon. JAKES HABPEB, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. OBANX, President Bank Ref ubbc.
WK. T. HOOKEB, Wall-street.
WK. M. VEBHTLTE, Banker (Vermilye & Co.)
CHAS. O. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORG E CPD YEE ex-May or of New York.
MINOT C. MORGAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney A Oo.
BEN J. B. SHEBKAN, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refiniog Company.
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Law?
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. HKKNSTJKit v\. Examining en y nc ian.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
January 13 ?nio nao Office No. ?65 King-Street. Charleston. S. C.
E. V. HAUOHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout ?
WK. WILSENS, Firm W. Wilkena A Co.
JULIUS fl. PRATT, Merchant.
WK. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STABS, Merchant.
WTLLIAK ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CCYLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire. In*
JOHN B. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. ? -CKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor,
W. L. COGSWTLL, Merchant.
DONE AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Apply to Mn. DAWSONrNo. 306 King-street, over
Cohen's Drag Store_6*_Jane 8
PUBLIC COWES IE S C E ,
I HAVE THIS DAT OPENED A SEWING BOOM,
in connection with my SEWING MACHINE
ESTABLISH? t NT. Every kind of Family Sewing
and manufacturing work neatly and promptly exe?
cuted, under the superintendence o? an experienced
cutter and fitter. Twisted loop, double loop, or
lock stitch, as preferred, or band work if wanted.
No slop work taken at an? price.
D. B. HASELTON, No. 3G7 King-street.
gOUTHEll* LVSDS WANTED.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 34J-? PfNE-3TBEET, NEW YORK CITY.
THE ABOVE FIRM H\V? ESTABLISHES A
Special D partaient forth? Bujtn? and Selling of
Southern REAL E5TAIF, City and Country. They
have placed Mr. J. M. MORGAN (tate ot" Charleston,
S. C ,) at tbs h;ad of thia br inrh ol their business.
Parties wtxbiag to >ell properly in the New York
market will find it to their adviutagi to address the
Mr. MORGAN Mera to Meaats. O. A. TECS-HOLM
A SOM, Charleston, S. C.
June 7 nie Imo
AUAKEK CITY FINK SHIRTS,
^ READY MADE AND TO ORDEB,
May ll tulha No. 319 KINO-STREET.
p l A M) S : PIANOS!!
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERCOM, No. 7 N. LIBERT!?
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STBEET,
snr.FFvs PIANO? DAVE ALL THE LATL?O
improvement, iucludin',' thc Acrafle treble, ivor;
iron!.-, and the improved Frencli Action, tully war?
ranted tor fivo years, with privilege of ncuanel
wubin twelve months il not entirely satisfactory rr
[lUrchaner. i-ccoiio-hundcd Pianos and Parlor Or
gani always ou baud from SSO to ?300.
REFEREES WTIO HAVE OOH TUSOS IN DBE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Oeneral Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. C.
Governor Jobn Letcber, Lexington, Va.
Messrs. R. Barwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. O, Fe?
C. B. Riddick, Female College, Kittrell's Spring?,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Strakosch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson & Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles hppnecr. Charles:on. !>. 0.
Send fora circular. Terms liberal.
Tia Plate, Sheet-Iron, Wire, and
all other tinsmith's goods, for
sale by William Shepherd, Ko 17
Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
BOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COB.
DEB OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
Novemeec 20 nawomai
frogs, (?ljcmif?l!, (Ste.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND, AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWEST MARKET BATES :
H UFE LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
STOUGHTON BIT ? EES
JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE, EXPECTORANT,
DEAD 6H0T, Ac.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
LYON'S KATH AIRO N
C HALFAN T'S COCOA CREAM, Ac.
NO CURE! NO PAT!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR.
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
jy? L. FILLET,
TROT, NEW TORS,
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
** PHILANTHROPIST," " CUIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AJS'D "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO HIE SOUTHERN
AND FOB SALE DY
D. L FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, conveniences and the general
purposes to which Cooking Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST ia extra heavy plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be made into a nix boiler bole
.tove; baa catt Iron Witer Tank galvanized.ot
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN ia of a neat deaign, and has a fine large
Oven. Thia Stove can be had arith the extension
oack, eis boles, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply to
D. L. FULLEBTON,
January X Imo? Augusta, Os.
J L. MOSES,
So. 34 Bro ad-street.
COLLECTOR OF BB NTS
REAL EB TATE AGENT.
Apea i* rrahYtuos
Clothing, Dry Goods, Bau, $c.
BF MILES DRAKE,
THIS MOHNtKG, at 10 o'clock r will ?ell at myr
atora corner of King and i 1 berty utreeti,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF CLOTHING, consist
ina; of Casslmere. Alpaca and brown and wbito Linea
Back Coat?, Cotton*Je finita, Upen, Cottonsde. Jean,
a>d 6ummer Cassimere Panta, Unen and Faner*
Vesta. White Goods. MU?UDB, Linen, Hosiery, Tablar
Cloths, Handkerchiels, Notions, fcc.
Men'a and Boy'? FELT AND 81 BAW HATS. -
Jene ll_ a
Auction Sate of Sugar and Molasses, for'?t^
count of whom it may concern.
BY F. P. SALAS, Auctioneer.
THIS T>AY, the 11th instant, at ll o'clock A.
M , will be sold on Brown A Oo.'a Whait.
100 BOXES BOOAR, damage* on tho voyage of Im?
100 box?s Sugar, slightly damaged
66 hhds Now t'lajed Molasses
Terms-Cash, and Gooda to be immediately n
moved. Jua ll
BY WILLIAM (J URNE Y?
The Government Sile of QUARTERMASTER'S
SUPPLIES will be cottoned THIS DAT, at ur
o'clock, at Southern Wharf. June ll
Valuable Seal Estate at Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
By virtue of an order of sale reyne directed, by th?
Hon. Geo. 8. Bryan, Judge of the United 6 tate?.
Dietrsct Court, tor the District of South CaroUaav
I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Old
Postofnce, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, 8. 0.?
upon THURSDAY, Julv lat, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OB PARCEL OF LAND, situate;
ly inp and being in the City of Columbia, and State of
South Carolina, measuring and containing in front?
on Wa?hington-stroet Eixty-atx (66) fe*t, and m depth
one hundred and four (104) feet Butting and botmd
inc west on lands now or late of estate of Charlea
Beck, yat on landa of A. Gage and J. D. Bateman,
sooth on Iaads of O. V. Antwerp, and north on.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers andV
stamps. LOUIH McLUN,
Assignee F. O. DeFontaine.
To WHOM rr MAT CONCERN- All lien creditors"
of F. G. DETON TAINE, Bankrupt, are hereby noti?
fied th it pursuant to an order of the Court, dated
Jnne lOtn. 1889, they are required to prove and
establish their Liens before J. o. ?7ABPFNTK&,
Esq., Registrar, cn or before the 1st ?of July? 186?,
or else be debaired' from any benefit arising from
the decree to be made* in thia case..
June IC fwmlwStbl. LOUIS M OLA IN. -
faints, ?ils, (Str.
QAMERON, RAHKLEY ?t CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets?
CifiCDLAB SAW MILLS, and
.yy H I T K li K AD,
COLORS, VARNI3HE?, BRUSHES, Ac., Ac.
BAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, SAHKLKV & CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cnn? borland streets. -
ILS! OlliSI OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OLL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLON? PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM Olia
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINER! OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO"
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland ahas**,
January 1 6mo
R A 8 S WORK
STEAM GU AG ES, GONGS, GUAGE COOKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAK
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATEB GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES!
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATEB DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAJISRON, BARKLEY it CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Arno
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DBESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
"750 YARDS GUM PICKING, 116 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1* INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO lt
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMERON, BAHKLEY <Si CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland st. Mtv*
January 1 6mo
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 23x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 43x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSHAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER. Ac, Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMEROX, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland streets..
January 1 6m o
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST LBOK
FITTINGS, tor eteam and water.
CAMERON, BARKLEY <fc CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland street?
january 1 6mo
DRUGS ..NU Ml
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THg ATTENTIOH
of both city and country purchasers te his large
stock of Du COS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEBFUM?
BBY, FANCY GOODS, fcc, fce.. al of whk-h he Op?
fers at the low oat market ratea.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAB MAR?