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jjlTE DAILY FEWS.
\* L?ra-?t Circulation.-JKi: IIA IL Y S F. WS
f BBIA'O TBE NBWSPAPBB OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED. AS. BAYING TBE LABGEST CIR?
CULATION IN TBE CITY OF OHABLESTON,
PUMLISBBS TBE LIST OF LETTER'! REMAIN?
ING IN TBE POSTOFFICB AT THE END OF
BACB WEEK. ACCORDING TO TBE PROVIS?
IONS OP TBE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE CHARLESTON Niws, the circulation o?
which is about twice as large as that of any
other paper published in Sooth Carolina, is the
best advertising medium for all business men.
For persona who want situ Ltiona or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or hare them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of value,
THE NEWS has no equal; and in order that ali
classes may have their wants supp bed, we have
adopted the following scale of CHEAP AD VES?
T?S EMES TS, payment for which must invariably
be made vahen the order ie given:
Advertisements of situations wanted by or
offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
mea, mechanics, house-servants, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanteaVor offered; apartmonts wanted or to
let; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wants of all kinds.
fox each insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
Mot exceeding THBEE XJHXS or 30 warla_25 cants
" Form um or 30 words.IO
" Frvainras or 40 weeds.BO
All advertisements to be inserted at these
rates most be prepaid and delivered at THE
MEWS office by 9 P. M.
MEETINGS TBIS ?A T. .
Yoong Men's Christian Association, at 8
Tn HASTE EB'S CHUBCH.-There will be ser?
vices in the Mariner's Church, Cfruroh-etreet,
to-?Borrowl Sunday, at half-past ten o'clock in
the morning, and rotor o'clock in the afternoon.
THE Oocjrrr SESDZTOKS.-Tbe official an?
nouncement of the reanlt of the recent elec?
tions in the several counties of this State, will
be found m another oohxmn of to-day's Nxws.
PtasT INTERNAL BEVEEUE , Dis rai CT. -Mr.
-James ?Tones has been removed from th/ office
of Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for the
the First District, and Mr. F. Goss appointed
infa?pi?oe. - t_ ; .
COTTON BLOCKS.-Messrs. Kirkpatrick A
Witte, factors, Accommodation Wharf, have
received from Mr. P. A. Sanders, Sumter Coun?
ty, South Carolina, several blooms just from
ins cotton field. The crop of this gentleman
is ing?od condition, the growth being some?
what forward and progressing finely.
Busai^ ABBESTED.-Officer Nipson, of the
detective forc?, arrested day before yesterday,
Lewis Banks, colored, a notorious and socoese
fui burglar, who bas committed numerous rob-.
berWof late, in the city. A quantity of goods
.has been recovered from him, and he has ad?
mitted bis guilt, He bas not been very long
oui of limbo. ' _
NEOBO CUSTOMHOUSE Owiuasa.-It is cur?
rently reported, and we believe not without
good reason, that S. J. Maxwell, Thomas M.
Holmes, Stephen H. Hare, F. H. Carmand,
Joseph Quash, Wm. H. Berney, John B. Mash
lngtonand Wm. I. Oliver, (all colored, > are
soon to be appointed to Tarions subordinate
positions in the Customhouse.
THE UBTTSD STATES CTBOUTT COUBT adjourn?
ed yesterday, after an. exseedingly laborious
session, which has been made memorable by
the fact Qut a Chief Justice of the United
States presided during a portion of its Bit tings.
Judge Bryan has won mach praise by the dig?
nity, impartiality and mi tiring industry that
he has exhibited throughout the term.
Paw TIDED Ftta.-We are informed on good
authority that Mr. James F. Greene, one of the
Pillsbury Board of Alderman, has been ap?
pointed by Governor Scott keeper of the maga?
zine,^ ce Mr. Steadman Yeadon, the present
(?noTnnbent. Mr. Greene is reported to have
?some experience in the powder hoe, having been
for nome yean in charge of the magazine at
Harper's Ferry, and subsequently in the Con*
federate service. **
HOTEL ABXTVALS, Juax 18,-Charleston Hotel.
' Charlea Hiller, Booth Carolina; H. Meide, U. 8.
.A.; Alfred Williams, Sooth Carolin? ; Blair An?
derson, Georgetown, S. C.; Wm. Craig, Sooth
?CaroOna; B. T. Ward, Mew York; Ber. M. Fow?
ler and two children, Connecticut; J. A. Bren"
ner, Mrs. C. Cotter, Angosta; G. W. Parker,
Pavilion Hotel-S. J. Tho aron. City; E.
?Strauss, South Carolina; W. C. Fliehen, Mew
York; Henty Smith, Thomas Harley, Sooth
Carolina; E. A. Mayer, Philadelphia.
OBSEQUIES or MB. MUSDOOH.-The romains
r of th?late James Murdoch, which have been
lying in state at the Hibernian Hall in charge
of the mern har s of the society for severayiay*,
wee? interred in the graveyard of the Unita?
rian Church yesterday afternoon, and were fol?
lowed thither by the members of the Hiber?
nian Society and other friends. The Be v. Wil?
liam B. Yates made some appropriate remarks
before the interment, speaking in high terms
of the worth and commercial probity of the
deeeasad. Among those who attended the
' funeral was Mr. William Craig, President of
the Bath Paper Mills, Augusta, an early and
devoted companion of the deceased.
A POSTAL DEAD-LOCE.-The Camden Jour?
nal says: 'John A. Boswell^.Esq., has.bean ap?
pointed and commissioned postmaster at Cam?
den, m place of Mr. J. M. Gayle, removed. A
I dlffilJnTry has anson between the two officials,
by which the commun!tv are suffering a seri
1 ons inconvenience. In the Absence of instruc
? tiona fro n the Department, Mr. Gayle refuses
1 to surrender the mail keys, while Mr. Boswell
* contends that his commission gives him con?
trol ol the mails, and last night he took posses?
sion, carried them to the courthouse, and
locked them op in> the office of the Jodge of
Probate, where they now remain."
* EAST BAT IMPROVEMENTS.-Messrs. Henry
Bischoff ? Co. are now engaged In extending
?>r.a otherwise improving their extensive whole?
sale grocery store on Bast Bay. The bu tid?
ings in the rear of the atore have been re?
moved, and a large and commodious shed, forty
feet wide by two hundred feet in length, will
be subetrtnted. This shed will te furnished
?Jrith skylights and ventilators of the latest
paten?, end will open apon Btate-etatet, afford?
tog ample apace for drays to be leaded without
exposure to the weather. Ibo large business
donej&y thia firm has compelled them t o'make
thia extension, aa the sidewalk on Bast Bay
.-as so eons traded that it was almost impossi?
ble to receive and ship'gooda at the earns
DBUO LABELB_We d?sire to call tho atten?
tion of druggists ia the city sod throughout
she State to thc peculiar facilities of THE NBWS
Job Office for printing all kinds of drag labels,
preemption blanks, &c., at the shortest no?
tice, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Our stock of outB, borders and
fancy type is unusually large and choice. Call
and examine specimens of work.
A RISING ABTTST.-It is pleasing to note that
the product ?om of a Southern artist are very
favor, ibly received by New York critics. Tne
Evening Poet tells ns that: "At Snedecor's
gallery, in Broadway, there are on exhibition
lour pictures that well deserve tho attention of
all lovers of art. They are. from the easel of
the youncr artist. Mr. J. R. Rey, who has devot?
ed himself chiefly to landscape painting, but
whose earliest considerable efforts were pic?
tures ol Fort Sumter and the entrance to
Charleston harbor, taken at different periods
of the memorable siege. These were so excel?
lent as to attract the notice of Admiral Dahl
gren, who at once gave the artist a corn mission
to execute other pictures based upon the same
Stormy episode in our history." Many Charles?
toniana will remember Ur. Rey, who as a lieu?
tenant in the Confederate service, was on duty
hero for a long time during the war.
j TOE GBKErTVTLLE AND COLUMBIA RAILBOAD.
The Columbia Phoenix, of yesterday, states
upon authority, that the suit in the Court of
Equity, which has beeu pending for moro than
two years past against the Greenville and Co?
lombia Railroad Company, by certain holders
Of their first mortgage bonds, has t>2en set?
tled, and that the suit will be withdrawn at the
present term of the court. Tbe parties who
save come forward and settled with ?the com?
pany, and consented to the withdrawal of the
.nit, are, as we are informed: Thomas J. Rob?
ertson, John Caldwell, RobertN. Lewis, Thom
C. Perrin, executor, and Charles Smith, of the
original complainants in the bill, besides oth?
ers who entered the snit as parties complain?
ant after the suit bad been commenced. The
Phoenix, also adds that the July interest
upon their first mortgage and guaranteed
bonds will be prorapiy paid at maturity.
THE UBTXED STATES CO ?BT, Jura 18-Ho*.
0BAULK GXOBOK S. BBTAN PBESTDTSQ.-In
the Circuit Court.-Tue following oases were
disposed of in the issue docket yesterday :
John Taylor & Sons vs. B. Foley. Assatapsit.
Verdict for plajr?ff $1260 95 and interest from
November 21JLB88. '
Tba United States va. Daniel Hamilton. Mo?
tion to set aside verdiet, and for new triaL In
this case the court being unable to hear it on
the last day of the term of Jane, 1869, by 00 n.
seat it was ordered that it be set down for
hearing on Tuesday, 22d June, 1869, at 10
It was ordered that the following be added
aa an additional role of this Court :
'Proceedings in attachments or final procese
may be taken in the same manner and to the
same extent as bv Act of Assembly are allowed
OB final process from the Courts of the State.
In the District Court.-The United State i vs.
two hundred and fifty barrels of molasses.
Final order of distribution. Ordered that the
Clerk pay over to A. G. Mackey, Collector of
Port, 16137 44 for ase of the United States.
The d?marrer ia the cas? of A. H. Abrahams,
assignee of Charles Madsden, was overruled.
THE STATS COUBT, HOB. R. B. CABPBKTEB
PRESIDING-LS THE GtazBAL SESSIONS.-Tho
following coses were disposed of:
The State vs. Pompey Reid-Assault and bat?
! The State vs. Hamilton Fielding-Attempt
to commit larceny. R. W. Seymour, Esq., for
the defence. Guilty.
The State vs. Thomas Horan-Assault and
battery with intent to kill. Guilty of assault
The State vs. Joba Greea-Assault and bat?
tery and highway robbery. W. J. Whaley,
Esq., for the defence. Guilty of assault and
battery. Not guilty of highway robbery. "
The State VB. Margaret Campbell-Grand
larceny. Henry Deas, Jr., for the defenoe. Not
On motion of the' Attorney-General, the fol
lowing persons were discharged on giving per?
sonal bail for appearance at the November
court: Allen Collins, Ben j. Brightmao, Maurice
Washington, George Singleton, Robert Ander?
son, Lewis Haidee, Wm. Armstrong and Diana
. The State va. Peter Johnson-Assault and
battery with intent to kill and highway robbe?
ry. Guilty of assault and battery.
The Grand Jory returned the following bills:
The State rs. Henry Shomaoher-Assault
and battery. True bill.
The SUte vs. /. G. Mackey-Assault and bat?
tery. Trae bill.
Tbs State vs. Eliza Grant-Assault and bat?
tery. True bill.
The court then took a recess until S o'clock,
at which time the Judge passed the following
Gabriel Levy-Convicted of manslaughter.
Four years in the Penitentiary.
Henry Banders ?nd John Sanders-Grand lar?
ceny. Four yean in the Penitentiary.
George Cuthbert and Francis Nelson-Grand
larceny. Two years in the Penitentiary.
Sarah Glover-Grand larceny. Two years in
Harriet Maxwell-Grand larceny. Two years
in the Penitentiary.
Thomas Grant-Grand larceny. Three years
in the Penitentiary.
Albert Harrison-Grand larceny. One year
in the Penitentiary.
Cyprus Nelson-Assault and Battery. $10
fine or thirty days'imprisonment.
Joseph Goulden-Assault and Battery. $100
fine or four mouths' imprisonment!'
Henry Laurens-Assault and battery. 1
Henry Vanderhorst-Malicious trespass. $75
floe or roar months' imprisonment.
Hamilton Fielding-Attempt to commit
larceny. $40 fine br four months' imprison?
Green Lee-Assault. $30fine or two mouths '
Thomas Horan-Assault and battery? $40
fine or sixty days'imprisonment.
John Greea-Assault and battery. $100 fine
or six mouths' imprisonment.
Wm. Hicks-Assault and batery-two cases.
$30 fine or three months' imprisonment in each
Peter Johnson-Assault and battery. ITO
fine or one month's imprisonment.
Pompy Reid-Assault and battery. $10 fine
or one months' imprisonment.
James Griffin and Oliver Glover-Petty
larceny. Four months' imprisonment.
P. Johnson-Petty larceny. $40 fine or three
John Chestnut-Potty larceny. $30 fine or
three months' imprisonment.
John Carrington-Petty larceny. $40 fine or
three n*onths? imprisonment.
Peter Allston-Petty larceny. $30 fine or
three months' imprisonment.
Joseph Johnson-Petty larceny, $30 fine or
three months* imprisonment.
A. -Jones-Petty larceny. $50 ?fine or five
E. Middleton-Petty larceny. Six mouths'
R. Lee-Petty Larceny. Throe months ' im?
Eilan Mitchell-Petty larceny. Six months'
THE S?OBEr OF Suocsea ra BusiTE?B,-This
ia a tact : Tbe advertising patronage of a paper
indicates not only tne enterprise of the city
and county where it is published, but it is also
an infallible proof that tbe business men are
possessed of vim and goaheads. liveness. Show
ns a business community who don't advertise,
and we'll show yon a community where busi?
ness is stagnated. The man who advertises in
a liberal yet discreofc manner, is sure to take
the lead of his neighbor who don't spend?
cent for printer's ink. It is also conceded that
the man who advertises keeps a larger, better
and more complete stock of goods, and sells
them cheaper than the man who don't adver?
tise. If yon want good bargains, call on the
man who advertises.
REPORT?ES' CRUMBS.-A farmer says the
watermelon: crop will be retarded in cons??
quence of the late, dron th. ,
A number of persons were reported yester?
day for hot a'lowfqg the contractors to sweep
their chimneys. Anuo is tho consequence.
The heat yesterday was very oppressive, and
the thermometer late is the afternoon stood at
. The recent rains has, in a measure;' relieved
'the pressing want of water. More rain, how?
ever, instill heeded.
Itseems not'to be settled as yet among the
wiseacres of tho Radical persuasion whether
George Lse, colored, or Normon Montgomery,
colored, is 13 get the borth in the postoffice,
which is to be mads vacut on the 1st of July.
Dr. Kellers has a curiosity in his drug store,
Broad street, in the shape o? a pigeon with a
There was a rumor afloat yesterday, that tbe
municipal muddle is in a fair way of being
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH PICNIC.
The Sunday school pupils of the above
Church, with their Superintendent, Mr. John
G.' Mil nor, teachers and friends, repaired to
Payne's farm yesterday afternoon, to continue
their annual celebration began in the church
on last Sunday. Mr. William S. Henerey was
mister of ceremonies, at the corner of Line
and Meeting-streets, where he saw -the little
ones safe in Graham's Omnibusses, in which
they were comfortably conveyed to the pleas
ore ground? Here the committee, consisting
of Messrs. William G. Whilden, chairman, Zim?
merman Davi?, H. B. Olney, A. J. Salinas, J,
E. Bork, George W. McKee ver and A. Prince,
and Miss Olney, Mrs. Stocker, Mrs. 8teedman,
Mrs. Shepherd, and Mrs E. H. Jackson, and
Misses Whilden, Heriot, Shepherd and
.rodie, were in attendance to arrange
mattera. While the preliminaries for dinner
were being arranged, the children played
games, rambled in the woods, Ac. 8everal
paper balloons, six, eight, and fifteen feet high,
made for the ocoassion by Mr. B. M. Alex?
ander, were sent up by him, and were eagerly
watohed until they floated oat of sight. The
dinner bell ran?, and the teachers and scholars
assembled in front of the boose and thea
marched to the tables well supplied with good
things, of which they bountifully partook.
While there, Rev. Dr. Winkler addressed them
io some appropriate remarks. After surfeit?
ing themselves with enjoyment, they returned
to the city highly delighted with the pleasant
day that they had spent.
Tile Spring-street ci? ure h and Northern
TO THE EDITOR 0*7 THE NEWS.
Daring my late absence from the city, there
appeared io yoar journal T. W. Lewis and A.
Webster, denying the statement of my circular,
that their church obtained and held Spring
streef Church and the McKee estate by mili?
Their communication weare on ita faoe tho
expression ot injured innocence, and the holy
purposes ol ambassadois of peace and truth.
They say they hold not by the military, bot
by tender to bim (Lewis,) by a vote taken at a
"largely attended and duly notified public
meeting." Shades of Blackstone! and Mar
? shall I Titles to property by "vote of public
< meeting I" What will oar learned bar say to
this mode of getting titles to property ? They
have usually called fur "signing, sealing and
delivering,7*by "trustees," of choren property.
The bayonet is the only other mode, unless
these men propose "spirit rapping."
The trastees of my church say there never
was a meeting of their board for the purpose
of giving their consent, and that consent was
never asked or given for Mr. Lewis or Mr.
Webster to use their church.
Mr. W. published in bis own paper the fact
that he knew the ase of trastees; for he says,
the "trastees" of my church "rented" it to
the "bogus*' "rickety" "chaos'of the "Confed?
eracy," and it promised to repair; "but like
the test of its promises, it never fulfilled."
Tbe troth of this, or t he want of that virtue,
is pt oven by the workmen, who say the Con?
federacy paid for the replacement of the roof
and other repairs. The abusive teims he uses
only give illustration to their cry for "sectional
aaa national peace." He had better learn it
from C. i. Chase, wbo presides over the temple
of strife (the Courthouse) in his noble speech
over the graves ot the Confederate and Federal
dead at Magnolia. This Northern church
makes its own commentary on its Jove of troth
and peace. There is no plea of ignorance for
its crimes against both.
Did they get one church by military power ?
My friends in the country, for whom I write,
were deprived of the city papers till tbe war
closed, do not know the faetB, which every in?
telligent man in the city knows, for they reid
the biston- in the daily papers.
To the point before us. Not holding by the
"trustees," did these Northern preachers pos?
sess and keep by the '-bayonet."
The first person Mr. Lewis called noon after
arri vin tr in Charleston was Dr. G. S. P., then
living in No. 117 Coming-street. He says Mr.
Lewis produced aa "order from the War De?
partment for him to seize all churches with?
out pastora," Ae., Ac,, which he (Mr. Lewis)
regretted to do.
A friend hands me thia from the Charleston
Conner, of dato of June 1, 1865:
"I hold in trust for their ase (the colored
people) the three churches they occupy, by an
order from the War Department, and nave
served them as pastor for nearly three months,
and propose to oontinue amongst them.
(8igned) T. W. LEWIS."
Nearly three months before that, there is an
advertisement in the same paper, dato of
March ll. 1865, where he asserts the same re?
The above agrees with the spirit and temper
of their church. The Secretary of War eives
the following order of date November 80,1863:
"That all the houses of worship belonging to
the M. E. Church South, in which a loyal min?
ister, who has been appointed by a lo>al bish?
op, does not now officiate, are hereby placed at
tbe disposal of Rev. Bishop Ames," (Northern
My Church came nuder that description.
Mr. Lewis says in his notice atovu that he held
by order of the War Department.
There is now before me a military order da?
ted November 18, 1867, refusing to give ns
back oar church, and refers to a former act by
which we were deprived of it. These men,
with seeming injured innocence, should ask
with Donna Julia :
"Antonia, where's my pocket handkerchief ?"
As to the McKee estate, tbey deny the "bay?
onet" as depri vi nz us of it by a special plead?
ing disgusting to those who know the shifts
taken before tbe provost court in this city,
which the citizens never can forget, to deprive
as of it. Our church carried the decision of the
first military court, by appeal, to tbe higher
bayonet authority, bat the bayonet gave it to
them. Rev. L. C. Loyal, a more truthful mao
the city cannot furaisb, tells mo that, in pur?
chasing back Spring-street Church from Mr.
Lewis, the military trustee, Mr. Lewis requir?
ed, at first, besides the money, titles to the
McGee estate and also to old Bethel from our
? Our friends in the country should know that
when Mr. Lewis was sworn in the trial of the
above case, he said, on oath, that be had "fulfil 1
ed his promises to our church." Old Brother B.,
to whom with others Mr. Lewis, with tears in
his eyes, when he first came to the city trying
to get the members to be reconciled to his min- j
i s try. saying he only came to "try to save their
souls," and that when the Southern preachers
returned he "would give ap the property and
members to them." when be was sworn as
above, Brother B. said aloud, "That is a-."
la the d?cision of the Supreme Court (16
vol., Howard's Reports, Smith TS. S Wormstedt)
the 00ort with perfect unanimity decided that
I the "plan of separation" wis tho foundation of
their decision in favor of otu church. It said
the "plan" was of "binding force." Let every
one read this "plan," and be cannot donbt bnl
that it covers all such cases as the McKee
They say of the colored people, as they Mt
ns, ' that they were very respectable and law
abiding." Trae, "one grain of wheat in mil?
lions of chaff." Why should they be led off
from those fountains of "respectability" now
opened for them ? I fear they liavo lost ground
since. I hope the colored people will not for?
get the lessons Uu#ht them by us in their new
I have done with these men. Thor attacked
my circular three times, first, personally; se?
cond, in their own paper of May 19; then in
yonrs of 29th ult. I now dismiss them. They
may cry "peace" as they stir up strife, speak
of "respectability" as they degrade, profess
honesty as Iago, and boast their church weilth
as Butler can ot spoons, as much as they please
for me. The above I deem due to the appeal
which I mide in behalf of my dilapidated
church, that these mea should not prejudice
the object of Christian benevolence by putting
my church in a false position.
J. R. PICKETT.
Too MUCH TBUTH often attaches to the re?
marks made ia regard to uncivil hotel clerks.
At the American House, Boston, the employees
take pleasure in ministering to the wants ot
THE POCKET COBS SHELLEB is an invention
that at once recommends itself to farmers by
its extreme simplicity and usefulness. Mr. C.
N. Averill, of this city, is the owner of the
patent right for the two Carolinas and Georgia,
and will dispeso of the same at reasonable
rates to counties or to manufacturers.
POSE WEISKBE is almost an anomaly in thia
degenerate age, but we take pfeaauro in refer
ing tho lovers of that beverage to the ind ac e.
ments offered by Messrs. H. Gerdts St Co.
These gentlemen are the agents for Cather
wood's celebrated brands of monongahela
whiskies, which they are now receiving, and
will supply to the trade at the lowest prices,
Go TO GEOBGE Lon LE SO CO. for fine black
cassimsre pants, $8. tut helm o Jane 1
COKPXDKBATE BKOOBDS.-The Survivors' As-"
sedation, with the view of collecting and pre?
serving statistics and historical material of the
war, would be glad to be allowed to make
copies of any original papers relating to the
forces furnished by Sou th 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
the 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 the purpose.
The Committee on Becords will receive any
C. IRVINE WALKEB, No. 3 Broad-street.
T. G. BARKER, No. 15 Broad-street.
GEO. ?>. BRYAN, NO. 35 Broad-street.
THOS. McCRADY, foot of Bse-Btreet.
F. E. HUGEB, N. ?. Railroad Office.
Jane 12 stuth6
Go TO GEOBOE LITTLE St Co. for white
linen dnck suits, worth twenty dollars, for $13.
June 1 tuturi mo
Sintis anH /arnis^ing ?000*.
FINE SHIRTS TO ORDER,
No. 319 KING-STREET,
Juno 1? thituUuo Ona door bala? Marita*.
8TOBE, Meeting-street, opposite
the Market, is the Cheapest and
most Popular Establishment of
the kind in the city. Having
Shirts and Collars his specialty,
he ls enabled by his experience,
the variety of his Stock and the
extent of hts business, to supply
Beady-made, or made to order,
guaranteeing a perfect fit, and
at pnces that defy competition.
Constantly on hand Gras'a Pa?
tent Molded Collars, and a large
Stock of Gent's Underwear.
Every article sold at SCOTT'S
?l THE BEST.
January 1 amos
JELLING OFF AT COST!
WE OFFER OUR ENTIBE LOT OF CHBOM08
AND FRAMES AT COST. Now is the time to ob?
tain Fine Pictures at the Lowest Wholesale Prices in
New York. Give us a call.
taVINBT dc co.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly fined by leaving them at Hohnes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring piereired.
April 32 8m?s*
TUBNEB AND DEALEE IN IVOBY,
And Manufacturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUBS,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLI ABD CLOTH, CUES,
Letter Chalk, and Billiard Merchandise in general.
No. 89 Fulton-street, Sew York.
May 7 _stool
J L. N?SE8, (
No. 34 Broad-street.
COLLBCTOB OF RENTS
REAL ESTATE A GENT.
April io _stuth3mes
JJQlJMg dil MACBETH,
Ho. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, 6. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
OBNERAIi COMMISSION AGENTS,
Will atttend to Beating and c Ueetlng of Beats
and pwrehase and sale ot StoO's, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and B.-al Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for parties
in the soon try upon reasonable terms.
Oxeawa L. Uoutm.A TEX mena MAOWSTB.
jU?ti0B Sale-p?ti @?0bs.
STATEMENT OF BONDED GOODS
Remaining m Warehouse over Three Tears, to be gold at Auction,
BT OBDBB OF
A. G. MACKEY, Collector of the Port,
THURSDAY, JULY 8tb, 1889, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Int., AT TH IC C USTOM HOUSE.
J. J. M.
9058 and 9059
Fire viaa Brandy,
One case Cigars
Two )i pipes Gin,
Bark Bona Fide.
In bond from
New York I
E. 0. Warn
0 B Muslin
tbstuC July 3, G, 8,
rpHiC STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Br THE BOARD OF STATE CANVASSERS.
WHEREAS, IS PORSUiN^E OF AN ACT EN?
TITLED "An act to provide for an Election to 611
certain, vacancies In county office*." passed on the
33d day of March. A. O. 1869, ?lections have been
held for Judges of Probate, Clerk of Court. School
and County Commissioners, and Coroners, and
upon examination ortho returns which nave been
received, it appears that the following poisons have
Mat e 8. Craig, Judge of the Probate Court of the
County of Colleton.
W. M. Nelson, Judge of the Probate Court of the
County of Fairfield.
B. L. Heriot, Judge of the Probate Court of the
County ol Snorer.
Wm. E. Charles, Clerk of the Court of Cornaron
Pleas and General Sessions of the County if Darling?
W. H. Haynle, School Commissioner of the Coun?
ty of Anderson.
Nathaniel Freeman, School Commissioner of the
County o' Laurens.
E. J. Cain, school Commissioner of the County of
N. E. Edwards, Schcol Commissioner of the Coun?
ty of Rlohland.
W. H. Taggart, County Commissioner of the Coun?
ty of Abbeville.
L. P. Quinn, County Commissioner of the County
Wm. J. Crawford, County Commissioner of the
County of Fairfield.
B. O. Bush, County Commissioner of the County
T. D. McDowell, County Commissioner of the
County of Georgetown.
B. Livingston, County Commissioner of the Coun?
ty of Horry.
J. F. su tb 8-1 and, County Commissioner of (the
County of Kershaw. .. ,L, _
8. L. Smith, County Commissioner of the County
B. L. Crook, County Commissioner ol the County
B. j OD es. Coroner of the County of Abbeville.
Geo. Hammond, Coroner of tbs County ot An?
Dr. E. Cornwell, Coroner of the County of Ches?
N. S. Smith, Coroner of the County of Chester?
J. J. Halford, Coroner of the County of Colle?
John G. Gatlin, Coroner of the County of Dar?
P. A. Eichelberger, Conner of the County of
Bobert Hawthorne, Coroner of the County of
Wm. c. Munnerlyn, Coroner of the County of
John e. Mere ney, Coroner of the County of Ker?
Wiley Fowler, Coroner of the County of Laurens.
W. B. Treadwell, Coroner of the County of
J. W. Bollimau, Coroner of the County of
John W. Major, Coron?r of the County of Picbens.
8. B. Thompson, Coroner of the County of Bich.
8. T. Wat . OD, Coroner of the County of Sumter.
J. H. Gallman, Coroner of the County of Union.
J. H. Fayeoux, Coroner of the County of York.
One vote was thrown out at Calhoun's Milla, said
vote haviuB been given under compulsion, contrary
to the wishes of the voter. This particular fact
was substantiated by an affidavit. The fact that
violence and lntlmida'ion were u-ed at said poll?
ing place was also substantiated by numerous affi?
We do, therefore, by virtue of the powers in us
vested, certify and declare that the above mentioned
parties have been duly elected to fill the various offi?
ces respectively referred to.
Given under our hands and the seal of the Eta fe, in
the City of Columbia, this 16'h day of June,
[L s.] A D. 18H9, and in the ninety-third year of the
Independence of the United States of America.
F. L. CARDOZO, Secretary or s tato.
MLES G. PARKER, Treasurer 8. C.
J. L. NKAGLE, Comptroller-General.
June 19 rac 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. )
TBXABUBT DEPARTMENT, }
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. June 16,1869. )
THE INTEREST DUE ON THE BONDS OF THE
STATE OF MOUTH CAROLINA, since July 1st, 1867,
will be paid on and after July 1st, 1669. at the Bank,
lng House ol H. H. KIMPToN, No. 9 Nassau-str et,
New York, and at the Treasury Office, at Columbia,
. TBE INTEREST DUE ON THE REGISTERED
STOCK OF THE STATE, since July 1st, 1867, will
be paid at the Treasury Department in Columbia
only. NILES G. V ABE ER,
Treasurer State South Carolina.
June 18 13
STATE TREASURY OFFICE, )
COLUMBIA, S. C.. June lti, 1869. /
UNDER THE ACT FOR THE CONVERSION OF
THE STATE SECURITIES, the Treasurer of the
State is prepared to issue Bonds bearing Six Per
Cent, interest, payable eemi-annually for registered
Stock. Bonds are prepared for 8100, $5n0 and J1000.
Fractions may *e returned in cerlifl ates or stock.
Persons desirous of converting their Stock into
Bonds, will please present their certificates at this
office, with name endorsed upon the Lack (wit.
Persons having Coupon Bon ls desirous to procure
Registered ?tock in lieu thereof, will please present
the sume to this office with instructions.
Where parties cannot ?ti end in person to transact
their business at tu ia rm-o, it is preferable that the
same should be transacted through some authorized
agent MLES Q, P?BKI?B,
June 17 13 Treasurer State South Carolina.
^IIIARLESTOS A O K1C ULT UR AL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
A (rBlCUL TITRA L IMPLEMENTS, O A RD Ey
ELLERBEK TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GBO. E. PINGBKE,
No. 110 Meetlng-stBeet, Charles ton.
March 24 ?mo
O HAM POOI.N' G AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their resldenoes promptly and at reason?
Send orders to W. E. M ABSHALL, Barber,
April 14 Ho. 31 Broad-street rup starrs.)
QHAMBERLAIN dc SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLIOITORS IK EQUITY,
Charleston, 8. C.
Office in toe tfowrthouse.
D. H. OHiMWBT.aDt, A tty-Gee erst.. .E. B. 0BABBOOX,
Bpedai attention wfll be paid to toe Proseen Mon of
rjlHE SOUTH CAROLINA
LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
DEPOSIT OF SAVINGS
OPEN DAILY from 9 A. H. to 3 P. AI.
No. 19 B?OAD-STREET.
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
EVENINGS, from 7 to 9 o'clock, In
SEAR OF HAYDEN'S STORH.
49" INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS AT
THE BATE OF SIX PER OE NT. PER ANNUM.
GEO. S. CAMERON, President.
THOMAS B. WARING, CASHIER.
April 33 fl sw3?os
FIFTY BARRELS OP TBE CFLEBBATED H.
8. HANNIS Sc CO.'S ACME WHISKEY, just to lund,
and for sale on the most liberal term-, bj
CLAOIUS k WITTE,
No. 86 East Bay-street,
Jane 17 3 Charleston, 8.0.
JAMES A. MILLER'S
CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY.
We are Agents of the aoove celebrated and well I
known brand of JAMES A. MILLER'S CHICKEN [
COCK OLD BUUBBON WHISKEY, which ia the
GENUINE ABHOLE, and offer lt to the trade, war*
ranting lt to gire entire satisfaction. It ia manufac?
tured, copper distilled, of the best grain and pore
qualities-improves br age, especially in the South?
A large stock constantly on hand, of different ages
and prices; cooperage of the most superior.
For sale in lots to suit par chasers, by
COBB, DOLHONOE k CO..
Sole Agents for the South,
No. 37 Natchez-street, New Orleans.
Or HENRY COBIA & CO.,
Sab-Agents, Charleston. 8. 0.
Jane 16 Imo
OT I (' E
8LATE AND TILE BOOFS BEPAIBED TN THE
neatest manner and at shortest notti e. Orders left
at ADAMS, DAMON k CO., Broad-street, or No. 30
Soclety-'treet, Slate Yard, or at his BesldeDce, No. 21
President street. wtnat* June 16
^OCTHERN LANDS WANTED.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 34K PINE-STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
THE ABOVE FIRM HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for the Buying and Selling of
Southern BEAL ESTATE, City and Country. They
hare placed Mr. J. M. MORGAN (late of Charleston,
8.0.,) at the head of this branch of their business.
Parties wishing to sell property in the New York
market will find it to their advantage to address the
Mr. MORGAN refers to Messrs. G. A. TBSITBOUS
k SON, Charleston, 8.0.
pEFINED FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
S3" Ask your Grocer tor our Brand of
Lard in these Package g.
Packed in 3 fis. 6 fi), 10 Hs Caddies; 60 Us Cana fer
shipment Cheapest mode for selling Lard. fend
for Price List.
Sold hy Grocers In Charleston.
May 29 nao stuthSmo
SPRANCIS H. DUC,
Late of the ?rm of ?hephiTd, Du? k Cohen,
? L A I N T I JV WARE,
And Wholesale Dealer in
JAPANNED, STAMPED WABE. Ao.,
I NO. IS Hayn ?-street, Charleston. S. C?
j-OTL, PAINT, FBUIT CANS AND BOXES
I made a specialty. nrf aViy 24
: Recito? Sfltr?. .
Valuable Beal Belate at Auelion.
W. T. LEITCH * E. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale to rna directed, by fi?
Hon. Gearge S. tryan. Judge of tko United States'
District fourt for tue Dis rici ot -on th Caroling I
I will offer for sale at pnbllo auction, at the Old Post
. office, foot of Broad-street, on TH 0 H SD A Y, Jnlj
1st, at ll o'clock, \. af.
ALL THiT PLtNTAlION OB TBACT OF LAND,
on tbe Wando River, about nine miles from CBsrteew
toi], known vs Woodville, containing four hundred
acres, ir ore or less.
ALL TH AT PLANTA . iuN OB TB ACT OF LAND,
known as tbc Darby Tract, situated in the rear of
tbe Four nile House, on the plank road, containing
forty-four acres of bigh land and eight acres of mann,
land, moro or less.
: ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, wilh the Buildings;
aitnated on tbe west side of Mer.banic-ilreet, In tho
Village of liikersvtlle, measuring and containing
on tb o front and bick lines each ninety feet by three
hundred feet in depth.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the Building;
thereon, situate at the corner of th* alain Road and
Division-street, in the Village of BJkersville, mea?
suring and containing in front on Division-street
ninety feet, and in depth- feet; butting and
bounding east on Wain Road, west" on Nerta eastern
Railroad track, south en Division-street, and west on
lands of A. Carsten.
ALL THOSE TWO LO N, known as Lot Sand Lot
0, in the plan of the Village of Bikersviue, mada
by fohn L. Branch. Lot B containing about one.
and one-quuter acies, and Lot O containing about
twenty-one acres of Marsh Land, as will appear by
reference had to said plat ;
ALL THAT PLANTAINA OB TBACT OF LAND,
opposite the Quarter Boase, on the plank road, about
five miles from Charleston, containing one hundred
and six (106; acres, more or leas.
; TWELVE LOT? in the Town or BsveneL r?mate
on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, about'
fifteen miles from Char lee ton, fronting onMellaroV
Btreet, an<i measuring OB said front line two hundred.
and ten feet each, and containing from four to seven -
acres each, as may be seen by the p.at of said Vd-.
Teros-One-third cash ; balance In two equal ?rao
cessive annual instalments, secured by bond of pttv
chaser and mortgage of the premises Build bags Itv
be iosared and policy assigned. Purchasers to, pay
for papers and stamps. LOTTI-* MCLAIN,
Assign?e ft? D. Blt ar. :
tar To WHOM rx MAT C?sela?,-The ham
creditors of D. BI KEB, Bankrupt, are hereby neo?
ned th a* pursuant to an order of court, dated Marah.
25th. 1889, they are required to prove and est?biles* '
their liena before J a CARPENTER, Esq., Regis?
trar, on or before July 1st, 1869, or else be debarred:
front any besent arising from the decree to be i
in this cate. . LOUIS MOL UV,
June lg_sw Ith! Assignee D. Blksav j
On WEDNESDAY, the 29 th inst at ie o'olaak, wfE
be sold at tbs office of the Charlestoner Zietung. .
The PRINTING MATERIAL of the Charla, to nar
Zietung. Levied on a* the property of ? , at/
the suit of-. -1
JOHN D. KETNEDY, A !
JunelS 9 Special Consol 1er
^?mttu^ fmt?t Saki.
Dialling Hotte and Drug Store in Graham?
ville S. O.
BY A.tl? KAUFMAN.
At Private Sale
A new and eligibly located RE STD EN CE in the TB*
l?ge or Grahamville, containing six rooms, with an.
extensive lot of ten aero, six of which an cleared,
and under fence. On the premises an all new nty.
outbuildings, viz: Servan ta' houses, stables, Ac;
also a floe Tractable garden. Tnere ?tanda apon th?
same a Drug Store and general country eton, open
ins one into the other-both atocked and in auooeaa
rul operation. Toe-drugs, which are a very choice,
selection, will be sold either with the property oe
apart from it.
To a yoong man of energy and enterprise, this
property offers peculiar attractions. Being an es?
tablished stand In the centre of the town, on tbs
line of th? Sa wc nah and Charlee ton Railroad, which
will be extended to this point In a few weeks, ito
value must have an increasing tendency.
Terms accommodating to an approved purchaser.
Apply as above at No. 25 BBOAD-STBEET.
June 17 thamf*
9?Ufctitg ^otfriols, (Etc.
BO OOO FKET bo vuds
' 60,000.FEET ONE INCH BOARDS.
For sale by JOHN C. M ALLON EE,
Office Lumber Yard and Planing MUlf,
Horlbeck'a Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad.
June 18 3
TKAJH SASH, BLIND
L. E. COBDBAY & CO,
Bo. 2 PRITCHABD-STRBET,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR A CO.'S MACHINE*
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, ?tc., made np at short no?
tice, and at tho lowest terms.
L. E. COBDBAY..0. A. TB0U0HB
March 23 3mo
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD*
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OEFIOB, ?
OBABLESTOH. B. 0., April 9, ls?, f_
ON AND AFT EB SUNDAY, APRIL llTH, TH st
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina Rail?
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Augusta.A4I P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Grand J auction.
Leave Charleston. .8.80 A. IC
Arrive at Columbia.6.19 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Ball*
road, ano Camden train.
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 il A. Iff*
Arrive at Charleston....5.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT ETPRESS
(8UNDAY8 EXCEPTED. I
Leave Charleston.7.3* p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. IA
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, NathvfBa
and Kew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
T eave Augusta.4.11 P. Vf.
Arrive at Charleston.100 A? M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.AM p. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. af.
Connecting mundays excptedl with Greenville and.
Leave Columbia.6.69 P. Mt,
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.3C P. M.
Arrive at Summervale. 5.(9 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A, M,
Camden and Columbi* Pa.-senger Trails en Mos
nan, WILNESDATS and SATUBDAIS, connecta witt
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden..6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1LI&A* ?*
ArriTe at Camden.."7:?JJ. MC
Sinned) H- T- pBAE"?
April 10 General SuDennteadent.
?np WARD DALY,
OENEBAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, :
NO. S3 Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVBN TO THE PUBV
0HA8E of all kinda of MERCHANDISE. Boots, -
Shoes. Hats, Ca. a and Trunks, and Straw tl ?oda a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles ansi
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late af Charleston. A O.
mt-WeeWy Price Ourrenss sand fsee bg poa*,