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THE CHARLESTON News, the circulation of
-which ls about twice as large as that of any
other paper published ia Scuta Carolina, is the
host advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who want situ itions or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer hoard and lodg?
ing; who hive lost or found arri?les of value,
THE NEWS has no equal; and in order that all
classes may hara their wanta supplied, we have
adopted the following scale of CHEAP ASVEB
naao?i.rs, payment tor which must invariably
he nude when the order ie given:
Ad?sttisements of situations wanted by or
clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
house-servants, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
lot; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
sod warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wants of all kinds.
? Fe* Mob insertion of advertisements of the
olasaes specified :
Mot exceeding THRU uras or 30 words. ...351
Forra um or 90 words.40
Fm LUTES or 10 words.BO
All advertisements to be inserted at these
i musk be prepaid and delivered st Tux
J. MEETINGS THIS T?ATV~ -
South Carolina Lodge, at 8 P. M.
BL Andrew's Society, at 8 P.M.
Charleston Board cf Tracte, si? P. M.
Hook sad Ladder, No. L st hilf-psat 7 P. H.
,1 AUCTION VALES THIS BAT.
F. P. SALAS w?l sall at 10 o'clock, at the store
f Street Brothers ft Co., sugar and molasses.
J. D. Kennedy, Bailiff, wit] sell st the office
" the Ob artes toner Zeitung, printing material.
"I. H. DaLioi* will sell at ll o'clock, at the
p?rtenlos, stocks and bonds.
I. MUHT ft Son w?l sell at 10 o'clock, at their
re, boots, shoes. Ac.
, Mrxes Daujot will sell ai 10 o'clock, at his I
store, doAbJsj.diy gooda, ?c.. .. .
DEAD.-On Monday last a colored man
Jenkins, while sitting down over st
Pleasant eating a piece of bread, fell
to the ground. Disease of the heart ia
to have been the cause of bis death.
Hnrr von DULL Traras.-Take advantage of
ie greet redqptioh in prices, and'prepare for
approaching business season by having
Job Printing neatly, expeditiously soi'
?Ply done at Tm News Job Office, No. 119
.HEBE'S TES MULE.-We ere requested to say
I sn advertisement in THE NEWS, of mules
en from Mr. Maree, of Monck's Corner, ha?
the mules to ba captured sud the
i to ba beaten by a man who lives near
faker boro', and who still has the mules in his I
ff BEFORE THE MATOS yesterday, berida* sere*
ral parties arrested for being drunk and disor?
derly, were Washington Wallace, charged with,
burglariously entering the house of Mr. Morse
on Church-street end stealing a gold watch;
and Charte? tfmningram and Francis Sun
mons for entering residence No. 67 Spring
street sod steeling sixty-five dollars. All of
the parties ea?) colored. After a partial IE vee -
... ligation they were held for further examtne
K ?ion. ?
j?A0ALESsox BEAL ESTATE.-Yesterday, Mr. A.
p C Mcgillivray sold the following property :
fSv The two lote on the. west: side of Couneil
I street, one fronting sixty-six and the other for?
1ty feet, tor 11675. t
'^A The lot with dwelling- house thereon, sit?ate
mya. Pitt-street, in Mount Pleasent, and front*
Ff lng thirty feet, for $2100.
1 i^^fif1 s^^*
River, eight miks from the city, known as
Et "Tilla Norma," for 13400. -
S The lot with buddings, thereon, at the souQi
f corner of Tradd and Council streets, fronting
thirty-feet on the latter street, for $2100.
* Ftm sr TEE ?STVEBsrrx.-The ''Ugly Club"
celebrated their first anniversary, in the Uni?
versity Campus, on Monday afternoon. The
following were the swards: The Ugly Man,
boots-Mr. Friersoo; the Pretty Men, doll
baby-Mr. Clark; the Lazy Man, s rooking
chair-Mr. Mallee, but as he proved to be too
lazy to oali for his present, it was swarded to
Mr. jttoerls; the Baby, stick of candy -Mr..Wil?
son; the Most Concaited. Min, a looking-glass,
with which he could see himself at least eight
times s day-Mr. Bryan; tbs Talented Man,
s to?le oap-Mr. Spencer. Mr. ThornweU waa
the "ugly orator, " aDd Mr. Wright the distribu?
tor of the prizes.
ELECTION TO FOL THE Cm Omcss.-On
Tuesday night next the City Council will pro
1 -coed to elect the following officers and boards
of commis lionera for the varions city institi
tions : Clerk of Council; City Attorney; Clerk
of City Court; City Sheriff; City Treasurer;
City Assessor; one Assistant Assessor; City
-Coroner; Civil Engineer; two Chimney Con
rtractors; K eper of Tidal Drains; two Inspect?
ors of Navel Stores ; two Gangers of Liquor;
City Inspector; City Ragistrar; six Inspectors
and Measurers ot Lumber, ftc; Keeper of Pub?
lic Cemetery; Inspector of Flour; four City
Physicians; twelve Commissioners of the Mar?
ket; twelve Commissioners of the Alms louse;
twelve Commissioners of Orphan Hon ie; one
Physician for Orphan House; one Harbormas?
ter; four Firemasters; five Portwardens; Su?
pervisors of the High School; Trustees of
THE STATE COOST, Hos. R. B. OABPEETEB,
s -JUDOS, PBESTDTHO.-Among the large number
of civil esses disposed of yesterday was one of
general interest-the cese of W. w. Lawton
TS. John 8. Byan. The points of it, as we learn,
ere that daring the war Mr. Ryan, as a com?
missary officer of the Confederate army, occu?
pied s portion of Mr. Lawton's plantation on
james' Island as a commissary depot. The
boSsss around the pi soe, excepting those used
for the government by Mr. Byan, were destroy?
ed, and the orange grove was ruined. Mr.
Lawton, eiuce the war, instituted a suit against
Mr. Byan for the damages done to bis proper?
ty. The case came np before Judge Carpenter
yesterday, and the verdict was in favor of the
defendant-thus deciding that property dam?
aged daring the war by the operations of the
Confedera' e Government cannot be recovered
-et. least from officers representing said gov
MEETING OP COUNCIL.
Am lari tatton from Colored Hen te
Council to Celebrate Ute Fourtk ot
i J al j wi Ul them Considered em laumlt
Dy s Member.
Ibo regular meeting of the City Council was
held isak night, at which WSre present : Mayor
Pillsbury, presiding, Greene, Voigt, E. W. M.
Mackey, Collins, Potter. Geddings and Cun?
ningham, white; Holloway, Small, Thorne,
Brown, McKinlay, L. F. Wall, E. P. Wall, and
There was apparently no interest taken in
this meeting, as there were few persons pres?
ent besides tbe members.
At half-past eight o'clock the Mayor came in,
the roll was called, a quorum ascertained to be
present, and the meeting was called to order.
On motion of Alderman Cunningham, the
reading of the inmutes of the previous meet?
ing were dispensed with.
The following petitions were react and dis?
- Petition of officers and Members of Prudence
Fire Company, No. i, aikiog Council to admit
them among the class of companies the ap?
paratus of whioh are owned by the oity, stating
that they were organized in 1849, and thonzh
they bad lost their engine during the war, bad
retained their orgrnizition. Referred to the
Petition of John O' Mara, asking Council for
$2500 on Fire Loan tuna, was referred to the
Petition of Mrs S. G. McKenzie, asking for
$5000 on Fire Loan bond, was referred to the
same committee. .
Petition of John Morrissey to have hts wife
removed to the Lunatic Asylum, at Columbia,
was referred to the Mayor, with power lo act.
A communication from the Harbormaster, ;
calling the attention of Council to an act of tbe
Legislature, in reference to the appointment \
of Members of the Board of Pilotage, was re?
ferred to a Bpecial committee-Aldermen Voigt,
Greene, and MoKinlay, (colored,) committee.;
Petition of residents on Magazine-street,
calling attention of Council to the condition of
the pavement, WM referred to the Committee
A communication from the Commissioners ol
the Markets, asking that the Upper Markets
be re paired at once, was referred to the Com?
mittee on Public Buildings.
Report of the City Sheriff for May, 1869,
showing that $1890 76 had been paid into the
City Treasury, was read, received and ordered
to be published for information.
Report of the Harbormaster for the month
af May, 1869, showing tbtt $815 bsd been paid
into the City Treasury, was read and receive*'
Report of Captain of Polios, showing th it .
$207 had been paid into the City Treasury, waa
read, received, and ordered to be published for
A number of small bills were referred to the
Committee on Accounts.
Petition of A. F. Shirar to erect a shed was
referred to the Committee on the Erection of
Petition of N. R. Dobson to pnt ap s build?
ing was referred to the same committee.
A communication from Lieutenant Aldrich,
United States Army, stating that some of the
oatboildugs on Citadel Green were no longer
required by the military, was read and referred
to the City Treasurer.
A report in refere noe to the Bros Ridge Bail
road was not read, but was ordered to be pub?
Report of A. C. Welton, regarding the pro?
gress and condition of the Artesian Wells,
was read, received, and ordered to be pub?
A communication, eagned by MaR?e trato W.
H. Mishaw, (colored) inviting the Connell to
attend a celebration on the Fourth of July, at
White Point Garden, was read.
Alderman Collins opposed its acceptance.
MeKinlay (colored) favored it, and, on bis
motion, it was accepted.
xnoBTS raoat THX WABDS.
The Mayor commenced calling for the re?
ports from the wards. There was no response
until Ward No. 8 was called, when Small,
colored, arose and said very deliberately, "I
have a bill to present for division of chimney
sweeps;" whereupon he drew a ponderous docu?
ment from bis rest pocket with all tb? solem?
nity and care that one would draw a pistol to
.hoot his best friend, and sent it to the clerk,
who read it, as a ''Billto amend sn ordinance
to f stablish the office of chimney contractors,*
providing, first^that four contractors be an?
nually sleeted by Council, and that eaob one
give bond in the sum of 19000 for the faithful
performance of his duties; second, that all va?
cancies among the oontraotor* or in any office
in the gift of Council be filled by an election
after fen day's notice has been given in any of
the city papers by the Mayor.
On motion of Alderman Collina, the bill was
read the first and also the second time, and
then an attempt was made to pnt it upon its
passage, wfaiefa Alderman Greene asserted was
"aoting with indecent haste."
Some discussion ensued in regard to the
second section (whioh, by the way, was so
carefully worded that at first it did not arouse
the suspicion of tho>e interested in the adopt?
ed ordinance only requiring five days' notice
before an election, ) after which, on motion of
Alderman E. W. M. Mackey, a further consid?
eration of the bill was postponed until a future
THAT INSULTING IKVI TATTON. ,
Small, colored, here rose to move an adjourn?
ment, when Alderman Collins sprang to his
feet and said that be would like, before Coun?
cil adjourned, to make an explanation as re?
garded bis reasons for opposing the accep?
tance of tbe invitation signed by Mishaw, as
chairman of the committee tendering it.
No one seeming to care a (tether be made
tho explanation orno d. Alderman C. taking it
for granted that permission had been obtained,
proceeded to say that a short time since be
had received a letter written evidently by an
intelligent person, stating that Council would
be invited to this celebration as Republicans,
and they dared not iefuae to accept the invita?
tion and attend upou penalty of being de?
nounced as Democrats.
Tue speaker was continuing his remarks
about bis considering the invitation as au in?
sult, when he was interupted by Aldermau
Cunningham's sharply uttered motto: "1 move
The Mayor hurriedly put the motion, which
The Council then adjourned.
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-To-day, at the
Schuerzenplata, thia club gives a picnic, and has
a shooting match, lt will be a pleasant affair,
and should be largely attended. The firing
will commence at nme and the dancing at ten
o'clock. Cars will leave the Ann-street depot
at 8,10 and 1 o'clock for the grounds, return?
ing at seven o'clock.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, Jvsra 23.- Pavilion Bot el
J. E. Steadman, Graham's T. O.; F. Wiegers,
P. H. Kegler, John Boyce. New York; A. Grant,
Athens, Ga.; J. C. Mansfield, Marietta, Ga.;
George Robinson and family, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Charteston Ilotel.-Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ken?
dall, Beaufort; Jacob Weaver, Jr., Pittsburg,
Pa.; A. A. Brown, Southern Express Company;
C. E. Hawkins, New York; G. H. For e, Allan?
ts; J. O. Dewey, U. S. A.; W. A. Smith, North
Carolina; J. A. McBae, J. C. Sutherland, Boo
nettsville; T. E. Powe, South Carolina; C. W.
THE BEAT.-Yesterday was tba hottest day
we have had, so every one said. In the shade
at one o'clock the thermometer stood st 91, and
st the same honr in the son 124 degrees.
SENATOR SPRAGUE AND THE COLOMBIA CANAL.
The Columbia Phon x of yesterday says :
Colonel S. A. Pearce, late of the United States
Army, who, as agent of Senator Spragne, of
Bbode Island, purchased the Columbia Canal
and a large portion of the Kins! er "brick?
yard" property, sere ttl months ago, is now in
Colombia, accompanied oy Slr. G. C. Tinsley, a
surveyor, who has commenced making a sur?
vey and estimates for Widening and deepening
the canal. Colonel Pearce states that he has
resigned his oosition in th J army, for the pur?
pose of taking charge of this work ; arri that
Ur. Sprague is deform ned to push ahead with
it. Active operations may not be commenoed
during the summer months, but early in Octo?
ber, Colonel P. asserts, a heavy force of work?
men will be employed " We hope that this
may be true ; but after all that has been said
of Senator S prague s enterprising intentions
concerning the development of the mannfao
turine resources of South Carolina, we would
rather hear more of active operations and loss
of magnificent promises.
CRUMBS.-The coupons of the guaranteed
bonds a ad certificates of indebtedness of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad will be
paid at the First National Bank of Charleston
on and arter the first of July.
The couoons on the second mortgage bonds
of the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad and the
interest on its certificates of indebtedness will
be paid on and after the first of Joly, at the
People's National Bank.
Bids for contracts for completing the Blue
Bidge Railroad from Anderson, South Carolina,
to Knoxville, Tennessee, a d ist i nee of one hun?
dred and fifty-two miles, will be received by
the Executive Committee until tbe 8th of July
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company,
held on the 28th instant, Alexander Isaacs,
Esq., was unanimously elected President of
The regular quarterly examination of candi?
dates for the office of teacher in the Public
Schools will be held at the Normal School, dt.
Phd i p. street, at nine o'clock on Saturday morn?
ing noxt. "'
In the midst of tbe hot weather the people
are rushing to the City Treasury to pay their
city taxes. To-day being the last day for the
second instalment, we advise all those who
have not paid to go up and do so, to Bave ex?
pense, ss executions will be issued against all
Two of the four men who deserted from the
frig Josie A. Derereaux, on Sunday last, have
Leen captured by Officer Beed.
The annual meeting of the Carolina Mutual
Insurance Company will be held in the German
Engine House, at eight o'clock to-morrow
night, when an election will be held, and .the
President's report be read.
Dr. A. G. Mackey, late Collector of Customs,
left for Washington yesterday morning. It is
understood that he has been offered the con?
sulship at Brazil. Up to the tune of his de?
parture he had not received official notification
Of bis removal.
Pater Richardson, colored, was arrested by
Officer Coates yesterday upon the charge of
stealing a meerschaum pipe from Dr". Ancrum.
The same officer arrested the negro who stole
a watoh from Mr. Merse.
ANNUAL Msernra or THE LADIES' MEMORIAL
ASSOCIATION.-The annual meeting of this as?
sociation was held at the "Widows' Home," at
six o'clock yesterday afternoon.
An election for officers for the ensuing year
resulted in the old officers being re elected, as
President-Mrs. M. A. Snowden. vice-Pres?
ident-Miss M. T. Blamyer. Secretary-Miss
H. Simpson. Treasurer-Mrs. H. Wigf dL
The thanks of the association were unani?
mously tendered to the gentlemen of the com?
mittee for their kind assistance on Memorial
Amount collected in the moss-covered boxes
placed in the cemetery ,$55 25; by railroad, $320.
The following annual report of the secretary
was read and received :
Another year has passed, and again have we
to ohronicle Its work, which we do with pecu?
liar pleasure and gratitude to the Giver of all
Good, who, amid all the adverse circumstances
which hare surrounded us, has enabled ns still
to progress, sod even, complete this muon of
our sacred labors. To the members of this as?
sociation it most be a source o? gratifica ti on to
know that the first portion of our task is done,
and that we can now visit our cemetery-the
sacred charge we have undertaken to keep -
without reproach. A glance within tbe neat
endosare of evergreens will give to the be?
holder some evidence of the toil and care
of the past three years, and to us a full
compensation in the fact that our recording
tablets, now complete, stand in place to mark
each hallowed resting spot of the silent sleeper
below, snatching ss it were from the obliterat?
ing band of Time their names and position, so
dear to our loving and grateful bear's. Oar
association, though we feel assured need no
reminder that our chief aim is not yet reach?
ed, the well-done to our work not yet achiev
> ed, for though these headstones, simple as
i they are, speak fall eloquently to as-who
have wi tn ess el them-of the deeds ot valor
and self-sacrificing heroism of onr noble and
martyred countrymen, yet oar amoition is to
proclaim to the world and future generations
oar estimation of those who fell lor the sacred
name of Liberty-alaa, how vainly-and gava
their all, but honor, for its h JIV cause. The
enduring granite, we feel, will alone bear the
approach ot Time, and resist its encroach?
ments, and for this end we hope.
Some three years rince, a few ladies of our
ci ty made a collection ol money, small though
it was, having for its parp?se that object; bot
upon the formation of this association, it was
deemed both inadmissible and impracticable, in
the then chaotic state of both public and pri?
vate affairs, to pursue that intention, and after
free and ODen discussion it was resolved that
we would first rescue from accident or oblivion,
in the most lasting method possible, the names
of those so revered and cherished, and then
work for a ''monument," hoping the time
would be more auspicious both to obtain the
means and for ita erection. The first part of
our labor is done, and now wo call upon our
members to hold fast to their resolve aud
complete the work, letting neither timo nor
diffi -ulty daunt thom, rem.-nibering we aro tho
pioneor association in this lab jr of love, there
Toro we must not, should not falter, however
arduous it may bc. A community, so sympa?
thizing and generous as our.- have proved
themselves, we know will bear us out. and we
can aud will appeal to them as time and cir?
cumstances shall admit, trusting not io vain.
In the past year we bava not only attended
toourown pe ?ulurcharge, bat btvo had erect?
ed in the Mariner's Cemetery, at the cost of the
asaociation, thirty tablets or headstones simi?
lar in form to the others, over the graves of
the gallant Beam en of oar little Confederate
navy, who fell, though not pierced with bal?
lets, while guarding tbe entrance to our loved
old city, their chump boing recognized as equal?
ly sacred. Also we have famished to private
solicitations marble to mark the last resting
places of those whose friends were unable to
bear the full expense, among others that of our
honored defender of old Sumter, the lamented
Elliott; Johnson, Robinson, Hollins, Gage,
Turner, Stuart, Robinson, Dubois, King, Mur?
phy and Wakmshaw.
We cannot close our report without acknowl?
edging with eratitudo tbe warm sympathy of
the community in our association, and par?
ticularly to tbe press of our city, for constant
and continued favors, and to the gentlemanly
officials of the South Carolina and N >rtheast
ern Railroads for kindnesses during tho past
three years, not only furnishing trains tor tho
accommodation ot visitors to tho Cemetery on
Mern rial Day, but for their generous contri?
bution of the funds arising therefrom to our
nearly exhausted treasury, lo.tho City Rail?
way also, and to many other parties are we
indebted for acts o' generous kindness; as
also to the Board of Control of the "Widows'
Home" for the ase of their parlor for oar moat?
UNITED STATES GOTJBT, JUNE 29 -HOE. GEO.
8. BBYAK, JUDOS, PBESLDIMO.-The following
bcaioess was disposed of to-da> :
In the District Court.-In the case of ex
patte A. &. Gilbert in re Samuel N. Flowers,
the eon rt ordered that the proceeds of the sale
be distributed among the creditors according
to legal priority.
Io the cases of ex .parto D. J. Winn in re
S. N. F owen?, ex parte D. J. Winn in re Wm.
M. Reese, the same order was made.
Ia tbe cases of ex parte Altamont Moses, of
Sumter, H. Claremont Moses and Samuel N.
Flowers-petition for final discharge from bank
rapier-thc petition was granted.
In tbe case of ex parte John B. Earle in re
Thomas J. FiokeuB-a motion to continue the
order, Ac-tbe court ordered that W. J. Claw
son await its final order before paying this or
In the case of ex parte W. D. Porter in re
Wharton & Petsch, it was ordered that the
petition be referred to J. C. Carpen tar, Begis .
In the case of ex parto A. H. Dudley in re
Joseph H. Oppenheim, and ex parta Catherine
Oppenheim ia re Joseph H. Oppenheim, and
ex parte M. Goldsmith in rc Samuel Oppen?
heim, the court ordered that the sales be
In the case of ex parte James Simons et al,
the court ordered that the petitioners have
leave to deliver to L. McLain any books, pa?
In the Circuit Court.-ta the case of G. A.
Perdicoris vs. the Charleston Gaslight Com?
pany-a bill in equity for injunction-the court
ordered that the motion to continue the in?
junction until farther order of the court, be
BTU. OF HOSTILITY.-Return of deaths with?
in tho City of Charleston for the week ending
June 26,1869 :
CAUSES OF DB IT H.
Congestion of the Brain.
Diabetes M alli tus.
Diarrhea, from Teething.
Dropsy from Chronic Dj?
ila tarnation of Kidney.
Inflammation of Bri in.
Want ol Vitality.
co LO azo.
Blacks sad Colored.18
louis for tbs week ending
Jane 19, 1869.
Certificates for the following
sine? received :
Exhaustion from Old Age
Inflammation of Bowels...
a 5 3 8 4 4 6 3
Ageu-Vader one year of age, 12; between one and
five year* ol age, ll; between fire and tan years ol
. ste, 0; between ten and twenty years of age. 1; be?
tween twenty and thirty years of cge, 0; between
thirty and forty years of ase. 1; between forty and
Atty years of age, 1 : between fifty and sixty ye irs ol
."?. 1 j bclnotu fill) Ma n,ou'j JV..U o ur agc, V,
between seventy and eighty years of age, 1; between
eighty and ninety years of age, 1 ; between ninety
and one bund red years of age, 0; over one hundred
y .ara of age. 0.
Qxo. B. PELZEB, M. D., Cky Registrar.
Offlca of City Registrar, June 20, 1869.
LURCH at Torck's "Our Honse," to-day, will
consist of cooter soup, bolled fish, boiled mut?
ton with caper sauce and the trimmings.
Shirts til /nrntslj.nfl Ouo&s.
SKATED STAB SHIRTS, in all sizes, ready
made or made to order, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tbe Market.
FANCY STRIPED PERCALE SHIRTS,
of the best quality and in assorted patterns, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
INDIA UAL'ZU SHIRTS. Flt UM 34 TU
44 inches, at SCOTT'S
Oent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tbe Market.
LISLE TH lt E AU ?HI HTS, WITH LONG
and short Sleeves, In all sizes and grado?, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
DRAWERS, IN LINEN ANO JKANS,
in all s'zes, and warranted to fit, at
Qentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meettog-street, opposite tb? Market.
GENTLEMAN'S LIN KV AND P.A. r- K K
COLLARS-a specialty. The best Block, lil
price, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles constantly on hand, viz: Broadway, Vander?
bilt. Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boz, bhaaespeare,
Dickens, Boston xacht Club. At
?g. BOO TVs'
Gantlemij? Furnishing Store,
Me.'UnjpTfreet, opposite the Market.
GRAY'S PATENT MOULDED OBIENT
COLLAR; also the laflrst style Paper Collar,
called the KKY.STON'K, manufactured by the Key
stone Collar Company. At
Qentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALA
styles and alaos. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opp site the Market.
HOSIERY-ENGLISH AND GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opoosite tbe Market.
NECKTIES ANO CttAVA 'S.-A FI LL
line of the latest styles of NE KTIE8, CHA
VATS, KOABfS and BOW?-, Soring btocks and Na
poleon Ties. At KOOT t's
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-slice', opposite tho Market,
HANDKKUCIII KS. IN LIM KV AN U
tILK, ready hemmo! tor lmmeJiate use. At
Gentlemen's Farnichine Store.
Meeting-street opposite the Marlin I.
UMBRELLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk all sizes and prices
Gentlemen's Fu nianing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
January 1 6 ru os
THE "BADEN" PAPES
COLLAH ?i CUFFS.
FUR NI 8HI VG GOODS
THOS. H. BLACKWELL.
No. 219 K I N G - 8 TE EE T
ONE DOOE BELOW HARKET.
?.P. P. D. "
GLOVES, HOSIERY and
mo BUSINESS MEN.
Thi? SD M 1'EB NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT >USITEE, S. C..
Dt 0.<E OF THE BES r PAPERS IN 1 HE CP
COUNTRY; baa a large circulation, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising m ?Mmn. Terms
low. Adores DARB A 0STEEN,
February 29 ProprietsT*.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD 8TO0K
By A. o. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commission Agent,
Jane 30 wf2_ No 25 nroad-atreet
JJ A N- K K H S ,
STOCK ANO EXCHANGE BBOKEBS AND HEB
I CHANTS, withing Checks, Blanks,'Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any descripticm, c:n get their orders
Ailed promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
|?ratea, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
J) HOTO G II API I COLORING.
PERSONS WI8HING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
Houae. Written directions should in each case be
given aa to the style of coloring preferred.
April 22 .3moe*
Slate ?L ocrtisrnifnts.
?gXtCl'TIVlS UK P.AR I'M KM'.
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA )
TBEAS?BT DEPARTMENT, J
COLUMBIA H. C.. Jane 16. 18 0. )
THE INTEREST DOE ON THE BON DH OF THE
8TATE OF bOOTHCAROLIN*, ?Ince July 1st, 1867,
will be paid on and after Joly 1st, 186?. at the Bank
lng Houae ot H. H. KIMPTON, No. 9 Nassau slr et,
New York, and ac the Treasury O fice, at Oolam bia,
TBE INTEREST DUE ON THE REGISTERED
6TO0K OF TBE STATE. Since July 1st, 1867. will
be paid at the Treasury Dfloartinent In Columbia
only. NILES G. CABS EB,
Treasurer State South Carolina.
STATE TREASURY OFFICE, )
. COLUMBIA, S. 0.. June 16, 1869. j
UNDER THE ACT FOB THE OONVBRSION OF
THE STATE 8 EGO RITT K8, tb? Treaaurer of the
State ia pre Dared to lame Bouda bearing Six Per
Cent, interest, payable semi-annually for registered
stock. Bonds are prepared for $100. $000 and $1000.
Fractions may *e returned in certificates of stock.
Persona desirous or converting their Stock into
Bonde, will please present their certificates at thia
office, with name endorsed upon tbe back (wit
newed.) . '
Persona having Coupon Bouda desirous to procure
Registered stock In lieu thereof, will please present
the same to this omeo with Instructions.
Where parties cannot attend ia person to transact
their business at this nfftee, lt is pr?te rabie that' the
same should be transacted through some authorized
agent. - NILES G. PARKER.
June 17 18 Treaaurer State Soul h Carolina.
PWmtk Cutings, (Cte.
'^KKTINO-STRKKT FOL'ft DRV.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PUBNISHINC
"? . . ? ?
MtOARTBT COTTON 91?,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COR >
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of an sizes
HOBSE POWERS AND OIN GEARING, from 9 U
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand.
power, 8aw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description!
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, <fc., ?Cc
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACniNJSl AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
? CHARLESTON, 8. C.
August 3_ mwa
DH (EN IX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & GO.
CAMERON ii CO..
Engineers Boilermakers &c
Nos. 4, 6, 8,10 and 13 PRJTCHA BD-STREBTS
(NEAR THE ORT DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BO LLEBS-MARINE
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERi
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILEBE
of as good quality and power, and at aa low rates ai
can be bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia,
Ashcrofts low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINS1
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIES PBOUPTLF ATTENDED TO.
May IT D*c 3moa
???Fi^Syt? * WD COLUMBIA RAIL.
IKEABTJBIB'g OPFICE. I
COLUMBIA, H. O.. JUME 28, 1869 I
NOTTCB IS HKREBY GIVEN IH*T THE MX
Months' Interest due 1st Joly, 1869, on the state
Guaranteed Bonds and Certificate* of Indebtedness
of tins Company, will be paid-less Government
Tas-upon presentarlo < ot the ?oupoosat tbe FIBsT
NATIONAL BANK of CHARL* ION, 9. C., and the
Carolina Nat?o o al Ranko! Colombia, 8. 0.
The MI Months' Interest neon the First Mortgage
Bonds of the Company, which haye not been ex?
changed, dne 1st J ?ly, J869. will be paid at the Office
of the Company, m Columbia, ti. C., upon presenta?
tion of the Bond. J. O. EDWARDS,
June 30 6 Treasurer.
TRBANURERS OFFICE, i
CHXBJLW. 8. C.. June 29,18 9. f
THE COUPONS ON THE SECOND MORTGAGE
BOND:?.pf this Company, and the INTEREST
ON ITS CERTIFICATES OF INDEB1EDNE8-, both
of which become due on the 1st July ensuing, will
be paid upon presentation at the People's National
Bank of charleara:!.
Holders who prefer it will bs paid at my offl e ia
Cheraw. X. H. MoTVEB, Treasurer.
June 29 &
LUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
. THE ATTENTION OF CONTRACTOS8 IS INVIT?
ED to the work of rompletlng the Blue Ridge Rafl
mid in kouth carolina, from Anderson, South ca-o
Una. to Knoxville, Tennessee, A dt6tar.ee of one hun?
dred and titty-two miles to build.
Ibe fcxecutlvo Committee of the Poanl of Direct?
ors ls prepared to enter into negoU-ttlons with res?
ponsible persons, who may desire to undertake the
Payments will be made in their first mortgage (7)
per cent bonds, principal and interest payab e
lu cola, having twenty years to run, recured by
the guarantee of the Mate of South Carolina, for the
punctual paymeht of both principal and interest.
1 he mortgage covers unencumbered property ot the
Company, which cost three ai d a quarter raillions of
dollars to gold, and embraces fifty miles of road com?
plete and in running order. '
Detai ed Estim?t?s. Plans, Profiles oed Specifica?
tions will be readv for inspection by JUNK 1,1869.
Meanwhile, approximate q ian Ides and other infor?
mation concerning the work may be obtained by ap?
plication to Colonel JAMBS P. LOW, the Chief En
glneer of the Co -L pa ny, orto the undersigned, at
Columbia, South Caroona.
R. K. SCOTT,
Chairman of Executive Committee.
N. R. The Hmo for opening the bids for the con?
struction of this Road is fixed for the 8th day of
J ULT next, ai 12 M.. at Columbia, S. C. Bios will be
received by the Executive Committee up to that
date. ll Jane 26
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
. CHanLXSTOK. 8. 0., April 9,1869. i
ON AND AFTER SOT:DAY. APRIL Urn, TH?
PASSENGER TRAINS of th? South Carolir a Rail?
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery am!
Leave Charleston.8.P0 A, M.
Arrive at Columbia....;.6.1? P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B di
road, auc Camden tram.
Leave Augusta.9.no A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.'.6.1? P. M.
. AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Lc s ve Charleston.7.S0 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nash viii'
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction._ _?
i eave augusta.4.10 P. B
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. V?,
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 p. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. Mi
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville ant1
Laave Columbia.6.60 P. M,
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M,
Leave Charleston.3.35 P. M,
Arrive at Summerville.6.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and Columbi? Passenger T ral is on Mow*
CATS, WXDHXSDATS and SATTJBDAT?, connecta with
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M,
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia......2,9? P. M.
Arri's at Camden.7.03 P. M,
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 19 General Suoenntendent,
IflPines, liquors, (Etc.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that thev have been appointed by Mea?rs.
BENBYS. HANNI? ACO., of Philadelphia, theil
sole Agents for the State of South Carolina for the
silo of their celebrated ACME. X, XX, XXX. XXXX,
N Kin AR CABINET snd o ner brands OLD RYE
They also wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPEB DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannlsville, Berkeley County, Wes)
Liberal contracts will bs male for largs lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
OLACIDS A WITTE,
No. 86 East Bay street,
June 16 wfmSmos Charlen lon, 8.0.
6 & \
\> I A. MILLER,^
JAMBS A. MILLER'S
CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY.
We are Agents of the above celebrated and well
known brand of JAMES A. MILLER'S CHICKEN
OO K OLD BOURBON WHISKEY, which is the
GK>UINB AR > ICLE, and offer it to the trade, war?
ranting it to sive entire satisiactlon lt is manulac
.urea, copper distilled, ol the best grain and pure
qualitic0-:mp:oves bv ape, especially in tho South?
A larg?- stock i-on/lantly on hand, of d'flVrent sges
and prie*!-; ciopjrj'-'e ot the most superior.
For sale iu lots to suit pn-ctaeen. by
COfcB, DOLHONDE k CO .
rolf Agents lor the south.
No. 37 NaVliez-.^treet. N?:W Orleans.
Or HENRY COP.IA A CO.,
Sub-Agents, Charleston. 8. C.
June 16 IMO
QT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOl IOL'3 HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Porty-cecoLd-sireet,
possesses advantages OV<T ??ll other houses for the ac?
commodation o', its guests. It was built expressly
for a flr.-t-cWss family boarding house-the rooms
being large snd eu suite, heated t>y steam-with hot
and cold w .ter. and furnished second to noie; wblls
the culinary department is io the most experienced
bands, atfi>rdlng guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators is atso among
the "modern improvements" and at the service ot
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University* Place Cars pass the
door cverv four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth and c evento
Avenue'ines are but a short block on either "lie,
?B?rding ample facilities for communicating with all
-he depots, steamboat landings, claces of s:?*use
ment and business of the great metropolis.
.UOltK Ai HOL.LEY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 _6 nins
SHAMPOOING AND HAIH-C?TTISG.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send ordera to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No; SI Brond-street <up stairs.)
Auction Sale of Sugar and ifolattu.
BY F. P. 81 LAM, Auctioneer.
IBIS DAY, the 88tb instant, at half past 1(7
o'clork, A.M., will be sold at th* atore of Messaac,
fctreat Bros. & co.. No. 74 Eaai Bav-street,
91 bode, cboire Porto Bioo SU 3A KS
20 puncheons choice Porto Bi co Molasses.
Conditions of sale-All ?naos under tues, cash;
?hove that amount, thirty days for approved city ?af
dorsod note._ Jane SO
Clothing, Dry Ooodt, #c
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING.at 10 o'clork, I wUi seO at mr
fetore, corner of King and < i bern-streets.
A Use of seasonable CLO rHING,
White and Brown Linen COAT> VESTS and PANTtV
AJpaca. Jean and foitonade Pack Coats
Cassimere. Jean ind Cottonade Pants. Vest?, tc.
Print*d Lawn. Bareee, Mozambique. Ll- en. Ladlee*
Dnder Vesta Hpool Cotton, Hosiery. Linen Nankin*
and Towels. Bead Baskets, plated lea and Dessert
Spoons, Umbrellas, ko._Jone 81
Booti, S/ioer, Balmorals, Gaiters, Buskins,
BYN. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT. the 30th instant at 10 o'clock, in orr
Salesroom, No. 149 Meeting-street, we wffl sell ferr
60 cases Assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Bal monia. Gait?
ers, Baskina, kc, ko., an rr? sh and o PSI rabie Kuna
mer Stock, to which we barite the attention of baj?
era._ Jona g
Stach and Bonds
BY H. H Del EON.
I WUT sell, THIS DAT, 30th, at the Old Postoffice, aft
ll o'clock, ?
$7733 07 CITY CHARLESTON ?TOCK
ti OOO City Memphis Bonds iold>
$50u0 bo ith Carolina Railroad berta per ceat
$5000 State soaih Carolin? Bonds
$ft)00 6 tate 8o a th Carolina stock <old, )
Condition? cash_Jone 30'
VO \ BTA B Lih-'S SALK.
THIi DAY, the 80th instant, at 10 o'clock, w?2
be sold at the office of tate C turlee toner Zeitung,
i he PKIN i IN? MATERIAL of the Ohifleatamsr
Zei tun?. Levied on as the probert* ol i , at i bec
gait of-. JOHN D. KEN NELY.
Jane 80_Special Constable.
Valuable Real Estate al Auction.
BY H0LMKS MAL'rETH,
. AncUoneert. -
By virtue of an order ot sale to me directed, brtlts
Bon. Geo. 8. Bryan, Judge of tue United States)
District Court, for the District of Soath Carolin?,
I will offer tor sale at pabilo auction, at the Old
fostoffice, foot of Broad-street, Chariest rm, 8. 0.,
O MOBBOW. Jalv 1st. at ll o'clock AH.,
AU that LOT OB PARCEL OF LAND, situate,
lyra* and being in the city of Columbia, and State bf
south Carolina, measuring and containing In front
on Wa?hin|rton-street.aixty-arx (66) fe*ti and m depth
one hundred and four (104) feet B uttm? and booncV
? DC weit on lands now or late of estate of CkarlM
Beck, east on lands ot A. Oege and J. D. Batensen,
south on lauds of G. V. Antwerp, and north ea
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papare and
stamps. LOUIS McLAiN,
Assignee F. d. DeEon taine.
To WHOM IT KAT C ONCXXS- AR Usn crediton
of F. G. DRFON TAI NE, Bankrupt, are hareby noti?
fied th it pumnant to an order of the Court, datad
June 10th. 166?, they are required to. prove and
eatabhah their nena before J. 0. CARPENTER,
Esq., Beaiatrar, oner before the 1st of July,-lpg-,
or else be debarred from any benefit arising from
the decree to be made in thia case.
Jane 80 fwmfwotbl LOUIS McLAIN.'
Valuable Real Estate at Auction.., b
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of aa order of aale to me directed, by tke
Hon. Oeonte s. tryon. Judge of the United State*
District Court rar tne District of -onth Caroona,I
wi U offer for aale at public auction, at the Old Post
office, foot of Broad-itreet, lO-MOaKOW, July
1st, at ll o'clock, a.. M. . '
ALL TH*T PLaNl ATION OB TRACT OF LAVO,
on the Wando River, about nine miles fr >m Otjarlea?
ton, known?? Woodville, containing four hundred
acres, more or le'
ALL THAT PLANTAI ION OB TB 4 OT OF LAND:
known aa the Darby Tract, situated in the rest pf
the Four Mlle House, on the plank road, containing
forty-four acres of high land and eight acres of marsh
land, more or less.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, wHb the Buildings,
situated on tne weat side of Meobawo-street, ia the
Village of Blkenrille, measuring and containing
IT iv* fwftT,t V-TV ?- -i-M T"Tr*r Irr* hy thlSJSJ
hundred feet in depth.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, With the Building
thereon, situate at the corner of th* Main Road and
Di vision-street, in the Village of BJkererUle, mea?
suring and COD tain lng ba front on DI vision-? treet
nicety feet, and in depth- feet; bitting and
bounding eaet on Malo Bo ad, west on North eas te ra
Railroad track, south on Division-street, and west on
landa of A. Canten.
ALL THOSE TWO LOTS, known as Lot B and Lot
O, in the plan of the Village of Bikersrlue, made
by John L. Brauen. Lot B containing about one
and one-qaarter antes, snd Lot o containing about
twenty-one seres of Marsh Land, aa will appear bx
reference bad to said plat
ALL THAT PLANTAll>N OB THA0T OF LAND,
opposite the Quarter Boase, on the plank road, about
five miles from Charleston, contain!cg one hundred,
and six (106) acres, more or leas.
TWELVE LOTS In the Town of RaveneL atteste
on the Charleston and Savana ih Railroad, about
fifteen miles from Charleston, '?frentiag oa Mallard?
street, aa<i m eas axing on said front line two bandied
and ten feet each, and containing from four to se vea
aerea each, aa m*y be seen by the piat of said Vil?
lage. . :
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in two equal suc?
cessive annual instalments, secured by bond of pdr
chaser and mortgage or the premises Buildings to
be insured and policy astigned. Pure Use ere to pay
for papen and atamps. LOU I" McLAIN,
Assignee for D. Biker.
AW To WHOM rr MAT COMOS.-The lien
creditors of D. BIKER, Bankrupt, are hereby noU
I fled tba* pursuant to an order of court, dated Masch
25th. 1869, they are required to prove and eatabUah
their Uena before J 0. CARPENTER, Esq- Begls
rrar. on or before July lat 1869. or else ba debarred
from any benefit arising ftom the decree to be made
in tnia oise. LOUIS MoLUN,
june 30_cwithl Assignee P. Biker.
In the Court of Probate-Jacob H Kalb, Ad.
ministralor, vs. B. R. Watson # D. J.
Thomas, et al.
In pursuance of a Decretal Order of I. N. Teague,
Probate Judge, in this cause, I will seU at Black?
ville, Barnwell County, 8. C., on aaLK*DAT in
JOLY next, 1869, at public auction, at the usual
hours ol ?ale, _ .
Certain LOIS OB PARCELS OF LAND in Ihe
Town of Blackville, situate, lying and being as fol
rows: TWO Lots fronting on Railroad-street, each CO
feet front bv 160 feetdepth. on Block -O," No 7 an?
8: thies Lets on Block"O." ?os. 31,23 and 28, each
measuring 60 ieet on Walker-alreet, by 200 feet In
On these Lots are a fine hotel building, one larger
dry gooda and grocery storehouse, and three other
smaller storehouses, and ail the Lota are valuaMo
for building sites.
Term ? of Sale-Cash enough to pay the costs of
suit, ?ad the balance on a cred t aa til January the
first eighteen hundred and seventy-one, (1871,).
with interest from date of purchase at aeren per
cent, per an DU m. Titles to be executed, bat not
delivered UDUI the whole pureba** money 1?paid,
and if not paid when dee. to be re sold for cash, at
tbe risk of the former or Ant part hater. The par?
ch daer to give bis bond to the Judge of Probate, withe
two or more good sureties, to be approved br him.
The purchase money, when due, to be paid into tho
Court of Probate to abide its further order. Pur?
chaser to pay for cceasurv pape-s ard ataaaps.
t-heriff s ufflc, June luth, if 69.
JdBe'28 7 N. O. W. WALE RB Sheriff.
jlnfttonrers' $)riiidtt Sdci.
Residence on South Bay
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUNSURE.
The SMALL BESIDBNCF. on ?ou'h Bar Bettesr.
between Meeting and Kins erriete, containing 4 up?
right, 2 attic rooms and doable piazta. Apply at
Jure 25 fmw4 No. 38 BoOaD-Sl KBIT.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
For Sale or B?nt
The tbree-storv WOODEN RESIDENCE, on South.
Bay, a few doors west of King-str^t. contai ni ag
eight rooms, double piazzas, Ac The lot ia large and
rana through to LamboU-etreet
Tbe tbree-ttory WOODEN RESIDENCE, on th*
east side of King street, a few doon from the Batte?
ry, containing eLtbt rooms, double piazzas, Ac The
lot is at out 79 feet front, by about 160 feet deep.
The tbrec-s'ory ?BICK RESIDENCE,No. 83Meet?
ing-street i wubin five minutes' walk or the Battery,
containing len tooma, pantry sad doubla piazza.
The lot measures 41 feet front, by 211 ieet deep.
For particulars, apply aa above, at
June 25 fm wi No. 23 BBOAD STREET.
/ lUAKliKSTON AGK1CD LTD KAL
J WAREHOUSE AND SEED SIOBE. ?
AUBICULIUSAL Iii PL EM Ey TS, OABDB9
ELLEBBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOB SALE.
GEO. B. PINGERE.
NC. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 21 6n??