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Largest Circula .iori.- THE DAILY NEWS
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ING IN TBS POSTOFFICB AT THE END OT
MACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
Boage of Thermometer at the News
3 P. M.
6 P. M.
Tax CHARLESTON NEWS, the circulation of
which is ?boat twice as large as that of any
other poper published in South Carolina, ts the
oeat advertising mediara for all business men.
For persons who want situ irions or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who oiler board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found art iel es of value,
Tra NEWS has no equal; and in order that all
eltaooo may have their wants supplied, we have
adopted the following scale of CHEAP ADVEB
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^- oe made when the order is given:
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men,mechanics, boust-servant?, porters, sbop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartmctita wanted or to
let; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehoused wanted or to kt, and miscella?
neous wanes of all kinds.
For each insertion of advertisements of the
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, AIRTON TS Li."ul- :
MEETINGS THIS DAT.
Eagle Fire Conipany,-et 8 P. H.
Mariah Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
M. A. and P. A., at half-past 8 P. M.
A UCT10N Xi CESTHIS DAY.
KNOX, DALI * Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, st
their store, foi ni tu -o, sundries, Ac ,
MILS* DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at hie
store, dry goods, clothing, Ac.
^IjSffc ,:" ? 8 v'
Tn DAILY NKWB PUCE CURRENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CrnccrLAB will be ready for delivery at
our counting-loom at nu>3 o'elook this morn?
ing. Single copies five cents. Orders for ten
copies sad over will be filled at the rate of two
and a hah* cents per copy.
STATK COURT, Hos. B. B. CARPENTER, Jonas,
PRESIDING.-In this court yesterday a number
of civjU oases .were disposed of, bat none of
TBS FOURTH or JULY AND BANK USAOES. -
The paragraph which we published the other
day correctly states the law in New York in
regard to notes falling doe on or about tho
fourth of Joly. Bat snob is not the law not
the osage of the banks io Sooth Carolina.
TEE BALTIMORE STRAMEE sailed at one
o'clock yesterday, carrying a large cargo of
.cotton, rice and sundries for Baltimore, Phila?
delphia, Boa .on. and the cities of the North
west. The first shipment ol' rosin from
Charleston lo Chicago is on board the Mary?
land this trip.. . ? .
BEFORE rat MAYOR, yesterday, were eight
persons who had imbibed too freely af- "fusil
oil.'* Among them was ono poor fellow who,
while asleep, was robbed of his pocket back,
hat, coal, and vest. In addition to theme
serious troubles, he bad te pay a fine of 15 for
getting d?onk. ?
Daua LABELS.-We desire to call the atten?
tion of druggists ia tho o.ty and throughout
the State to the riecuhar facilities of THE NEWS
Job Office for printing all kinds of drug labels,
prescription bianka, ?tc, at the shortest no?
tice, and in a Style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Oar stock of oats, borders and
fancy type is unusually large and choice. Call
ind examine specimens of work.
A COOL DRINK.-One of oar exchanges has
a novel recipe for a pleasant summer drink.
We have not tried it, bot it may be good. :
"Take a spoonful of whiskey and drop it care
fully on the bottom of a wineglass; thea take a
-quart ot* water and throw it ont of the window,
and add more whiskey, to that in the glass.
Taste to see if strong enough. If so, add
more whiskey. Let this preparation stand till
yon are dry, aod then drink it clear,".
CAROLINA MUTUAL braus AN cs COMPANY.
The annual meering of this' company was held
in the ball of the German Engine Company
yesterday morning, wnen the following named
gen tl emeu were elect ed the Board of Directors
for 1869-70: John A. Wagener, President ; Wm.
.Branjee, Treasurer ; H. El ?tte. Secretary ;
Ward No. 1, E. J. H. Fisohor; Ward No. 2, J.
P. Merkhardt; Ward No. 3, E. H. Stelling;
Ward No. 4, P.O. Schroder; Wards Nos. 5 and
7, D. Bal winkle; Wards Nos. 6 anl 8, Fr.
ESCAPES nox THE PENITENTIARY.-The Co?
lombia Phoenix, of yesterday, says: "A color?
ed convict, named H. Jones, who. bad been
convicted in one of the lower counties in this
State of murder, and sentenced to tea years in
the penitentiary, bat who was a short time
since detailed as a servant at the Superintend?
ent's residence, and permitted to be at large,
bart bis wife a lew days since and left for parts
unknown. Another oonvf.t, whose name we
did not learn, escaped from the guard a few
mornings since end made tracks through the
city to the Fair Grounds, trampling down the
oolton planted there rn his route. He chang?
ed his shiped dress fora Un it td States sol?
dier's sait, while running, which created con?
siderable merriment among those who saw
him. He has not been recaptured as yet."
BTJROXABT.-Late on Wednesday night last
tho lames of Mr-'Woo i's tam ilya raiding on
East Bay, just north ot the "burnt district,"
were aroused by some one moving about the
house, and gave the alarm. Mr. Wood arose,
and on looking around observed a negro mov?
ing about. The negro ran off, hotly pursued
by Mr. W., bat by jumping ever a fence into
an adjoining yard he managed to effect bia es?
cape. Mr. W. then proceeded to fasten np his
premises, and in doing so observed that the
paint shop of Mr. A. 8. Freitas, near by, was
open. An examination showed that the locks
had been broken, and everything inside was in
confusion. Mr. F. lost only a small amount of
money which was in his drawer, but the bur?
glars, in searching for valuables, had thrown
all of his goods in a terrible state of disorder.
Mr. F. had jost paid his taxes, ?nd ia rather
put on; that he had paid to have his property
protected, bot, as shown, it was entirely un?
protected:*'Thai makes the second time that
be bas been robbed.
PBBSOHAL.-Ex-Governor Jenkins, of Geor?
gia, ano* family have gone to Europe.
The ho9t of friends of General A. C. Carling?
ton will learn with regret that be is about to
leave Newberry end make bis home in Atlan?
Colonel Richard Lathers, ot New Tork, and
formerly of this State, having retired from ac?
tive participation in the insurance business,
his boen presented by his late asscci itea in
the company, over which ho so tong and suc?
cessfully presided, with a grand service of
CBUMBS.- Tho position of Clerk o'' the Mar?
ket is sought for by several partie?, among
ivhom are the present officer. William Kirk?
wood, W. T. Lovett, member of tbe detective
'orce, and John W. Slawson.
It is asserted that a box of En Thn Nika- tho
colored people's friend,aa it renders woolly hair
pliable, softening, and straightening tho knot.,
.'test of it-hos been received here, and the 1
fourth of July celebration is ts will appear 1
vithout curly bair, a distinctive mark of their c
aoe. . 8
Officer 8. J. Coates; of the detcotive for?a, c
S raining for the office of Harbormaster. *- c
-The interest due yesterday on the city six r
?er cent, stock will be paid by tho City Treasu- 0
er, on and after the 5th of this month. *
W. A. Quinn, a member of ibo detective force,
? a candidate for Cit y Sheriff.
Thoa. A. Caragher is a candidate for the as
Yesterday Captain Habenicht received from
he Secretary nf State a communication noti- j>
ymg him of his appointment as Commissioner '
f Pilotage. J
Nearly o very member of tho detective foroe
i applying for a city office.
Ur. E. Barnard Seabrook is prominently j
poken of among the Republican party gossips ^
or the City Attorney sh ip, and will probably be ^
Messrs. H. Cobia & Co. are reconstructing
he building adjoining their place of business
i Tendue Range. Mr. H. Cross is doing the c
rick work, and Mr. D. G. Wayne the wood .
The Charleston Post of the Grand Army of
ie Republic will shortly establish another ^
oat exclusively for the colored men.
The awning frame, erected by Mr. C. Werner t
ir Mesan. Paul, Welch Sc Brandes, in front of '
leir house on East Bay, ia so tastily finished, p
nd at the same time so light and elegant aa g
> attract general attention. r
As misery loves company, it may be some &
atisfactioB to. our citizens to know that on
eaterday the. thermometer in .Colombia stood f
1102, and in Savannah at 93. "
The material of the Gharlestoner Zeitoog b
'aa purchased yesterday by Messrs. Brokmann a
TRI Ponier FOBCE-THE CANDIDATES FOB ^
: APT AI* 'AND LLB cr EN ANTS. - It is generally 1
nderstood that at the jneetiog of Council on ^
oesday night next, called especially for the b
arp?se of electing city c meera, the entire ses- ft
ion will be occupied in discussing matters
onnected with the polioe department, and will
Bsnlt only in the election of the offi cora for the
orce, viz : a captain and three lieutenants.
For tbe office of Captain. H. W. Hendricks, 11
L W. Willoughby, H. H. Hicks, C. B. Sigwald G
rd Wm. N. Tait are, we learn, candidates. 1
lendricks is at present the captain of the e
arce ; Willoughby is an ex-officer of tho Fed- c
ral army ; Hicks was formerly a detective 1
fficer ; Sigwald was, at one time, captain of
he force ; Taft is an ex-lieutenant of the third
ihode Island battery. Each faction of Council
told a caucus on Wednesday afternoon, and
esolved to unite on Major Willoughby. Those
rho have counted noses stato that on the first j
idiot Willoughby will get seven, Hendricks six
nd Sigwald five votes ; on the second ballot
he votes for Sigwald wilt be cast for Willough
iy, which will elect him.
For the office of Lieutenant there are nom
rous candidates, but so far aa we are able to
sam, no agreement has been made between
he (actions, and, therefore, who will be the
ocky ones id still a matter of doubt. Among
he candidates are A. E. Philippi, a member
f the detective force; - Holloway, a coi?
ffed member of the polioe foroe and a son of |
d de rm an Holloway; John Monaghan; Orlando
>vy, ex-li ea tenant of the loree.
THB UNITED 8TATBS COUBT, JULI 1-HOM.
IXOBOB 8. BBTAX, JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The
ollowing business was disposed of to day :
In the District Court.-The petition of ?ioh
rd fi. Carpenter for final discharge, was refer?
ent to Registrar J. 0. Carpenter, an i a final
tearing ordernd on the 13th of Joly.
In the case of John A. McBae, assignee, rs.
I. 8. Crabb, petition for sale of properly, it
res ordered that the properly eboult* be sold
>y the assignee, except such portion as may
>o set aside according to law, and that jadg
nent creditors be perpetually erjoinod from
mforoing fi fas. ? -
Io the ease of A. A. Polloch, bankro.pt. it wu
irdered that th? assignee pay certain costs.
In the ease of 8. T. Topper, executor of es
ate of James Topper et al, rs. Wm. P. Rua
iell et si a petition for payment of olaima,
be matter was referred to Registrar Carpe ti?
In the case of Thoa. C. and L. A. Beckham,
txecotors of L. A. Beckham, vs. L. H. Mass ?y,
i petition to establish a lien, the matter was
eferrcd io Registrar W. J.dawson.
In the ease of David Lopez Sc Son vs. Na?
taniel Haywood, Ihe report of the assignee
In the case of John A. McBae rs. William B.
[iee, a petition for sale of bank property, the
jetition was granted.
In the case of J. A. MoBae vs. J. M. Waddell,
i petition for the sale of bank property, the
>etitiou was granted.
In the case of J. A. MoBae vs. J. H. Lee, a pe
ilion for injunction and sale of bank property,
t was ordered that the jodgment creditors be
unjoined from enforsing judgment liens, and
:hat they on the 10th of August next show
?use why their liens should not be perpetual?
j In the case of J. A. McBae rs. Jeremiah Grant,
report of assignee on sales and prayer for in?
fractions, (he report was confirmed, and
he assignee instructed to pay all taxes and
In the case of J. A. McBae vs. H. B. Eastor
mg, the reports of the assignee and registrar
In the case of J. A. MoBae vj. Thomas H.
kskew, the reports of the assignee and regis- [
rar were confirmed.
In the case of D. D. McCall va. J. G. Grant,
he reports of the assignee and registrar were
In the ease of the United States vs. fifty
rooden packages of tobacco found at Colum?
bia, S. C. -inlonnation for forfeituro for viol?
ation of -revenue laws-it was ordered that
be properly be sold by the United States l?ar
In the case of the United States rs. tweuty
bur wooden packages found at Charlotte and
louth Carolina Railroad Company, the same
)rder was entered; as was the case with s?v?
irai other wooden packages of tobacco found
it various points.
In the case of George A. Wie'dS & Co., A. T
Stewart, and E. J. Jeffray & Co. YB. Levi
Drucker-opposition to discharge under bank?
rupt oct on the ground of fraud -partial hear
ng was-given and tho case continued until to
O?B SECUBITIBS AT THE NOBTH.-The New
York Herald of Tuesday, ia its money article,
says: The new South Carolina bonds have
been put upon the regular call of the Stock
Exchange. The following were the final street
prices of I he Southern list: Tennessee, ex cou?
pon, 62J'?63; do., new, 57f<58; Virginia, ex cou?
pon, 58a59; do., new, 62oG2?; Georgia sixes,
31a85; do., sevens, 95a96; North Carolina, ex
soupon, 59?R59?; do., new, 54Ja55; Missouri
sixes, 91Ja92J; Louisiana sixes, 72?a7S; do.,
levee sixes, 67?a68J; do. do., eights. 86a88; Ala
3ama eights, 97a93; South Carolina sixes, old,
?a87; do., new, 1867, 83a84; do. do., 1869,
BUBOL?BIES.-Tho fr?qncDcy of burglaries
n our city is arousing serious attention, yet
?othiog can be dono to prevent it, unless the
?tizens organize neighborhood patrols. It is
isele8s to expect the night force to thoroughly
irotect the property of the people; their num
>er is too small, and consequently the "beats'
iro very large. 1 he following arrosts yester
lay by the detective for:e will give the reader
ioma idea of the inorease of this class of |
trimer Robert Lloyd, colored, arrested oy Offl
lers Nipson and Coates; Diniel Cox, colored, arr?
ested ?y Officer Nipsnn; Peter Highgrase, coi?
led, arrested by Officer Philippi; Abram
?rown, colored, arresied by Officer Philippi.
HOTEL ABBIVALS, JOLT 1.-Charleston HoleL
Irs. F. F. H. Peck, Savannah; H. Terry, Rog
rsford; P.. C. McNelly, Savaonah; Samuel
Ireene, Charlotte; Jobn English, F. M. En
;lish, Columbia; Wm. F. Nance, Soutli Caro?
ma; A. J. Raeside, Arkansas; A. A. Brown. Ac?
asta; C. W. Cro3.\oll, Columbus; J. C. Henry,
Wilmington, N. C ; J. W. Bailey, Georgetown,
Pavilion Hold.-C. Johnson, John Irwin, T.
L Irwin, Savannah; R. B. Leighton, Boston;
. D. Smoke, Newuansvillc; J. L. Dixon, M. A
I. Boilroad; W, D. Wright, August?; David J.
udah and lady, Savannah; J. E. McGregor,
JeaufortjW. L. Utsey, George's Station; A. Mor?
an, Georgetown; Z.ttorso, Ames' Circus; W.
.. Eaaocrlin, Orangebarg; J. L. Bamberg, J.
I. Smith, Bamberg.
SUMMER STYLES IN BONNETS ANO HATS.
rory few straw bonnets are worn this sommer,
Ithoogh the fashionable milliners display
istefully trimmed styles that are oharmiog
nough to please the most fastidious. The
reference is given to lace, talle or crape. The
oted straws are a novelty this season, and the
Offs Of upright fluting across the top are sep
rated by narrow ribbons or satin folds.
The Fanchon is no longer the fashion, the
resent style being the diadem shape, which,
nth its coronal of leaves and flowers, is very
eooming to a pretty face, and adds a charm to
The most popular Btyle of hat for travelling
i the country among the mountains, or for
shine, is the medium width brim, with a scarf
f gauze or lace that can be used as a veil if
oaired. But for seaside wear the very wide
rim is in demand, as it affords as mach shelter
rom tho sou ad a paras il.
CHOICE FAMILY LABD.-The refined family
tri, packed in wood caddies by Procter &
lambie, of Cincinnati, is spokon of very highly,
'be caddy is so prepared that there is no ab
orption and leakage, the lard itself is a first
lass article, the paokagea are foll weight, and
re particularly adapted lo hot dimites. This
ard can be obtained of all first olaas grocers.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.-A lively estob
ishment is Blackwell's new gents' furnishing
tore, m King-street, west side, one door be
Dw Market-street. Tho motto there is big
ales and small profits, and the latest and best
tylea of shirts, collars, drawers, ties, scarfs,
;loves, hosiery, Ac, are always on hand io
ndless profusion, and at surprisingly low
irides. Call and take a look at the stock.
$i)it1s an? /ornfsl)tOfj ?uo?s.
TBS "BADEN" PAPES
GOLLAU & CUFFS.
FIN BS SHIRTS.
THOS. H. BLACKWELL.
.Vo . 219 K I N G - 8 TR EE T,
ONE DOOR BELOW MARKET.
"P. P. D. "
DBA WEB 3.
QLOVE9, HOSIERY and
UN DE EWE AR.
FINK WHITE SUI H TS.- THE t ELK
UK A TED 8T?B s HIRTH, ui all sizes, ready
nade or made to order, at
Gentlemen's Forniabing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Harket.
FANCY STRIPED PKBCALE SHItiTS.
of the best quality and in assorted patterns, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street opposite the Market.
INDIA. Ci AC ZU SHIRTS. Ku UM 34 TU
U inches, at SCOTT'S
Gent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Mee tiny-street, opposite the Market.
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS, WITH LONG
and short Sleeves, in all sizes and grade?, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market
DRAWERS, IN LINEN AND J .VC A NS,
in all s'xes, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tb? Market.
&KNTL,EMKN'S LINEN AND PAt-EK
COLLARS-a specialty. The best stock, la
price, style, quality or quantity. The following
itylea constantly on band. v!z: Broadway, Vander?
lin, Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Bea, Miatespeare,
Dickens, Boston Yacht Club. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
&RA T'S PATENT MOULDED OBIkNT
COLLAS; also tho latest style Paper Collar,
.ailed the KtYSTOSK. minu?c.ured by tho Key
none Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'* Furnish mr Store,
Met-iiug-s:reet, oppowte the Market.
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALL
styles and 6lzcs. At
Oentlemeu's Furnishing Store,
Meetlrg-strect, o.>p site the Market.
HOSIERY -ENGH-II AND GERMAN
HALF HOSE, iu Cotton and Lisio Thread.
At SCO IV*
Gentlemen'a Furnishing Store.
Meeting-street, opposite the Market
NECKTIES ANO CHAVA'' S.-A FULL
hue of the latest styles of NE 'STIES, CSA
CATS, SCARFS and Bow.-, Snnng stocks and Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOT I'S
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market
HANDKERCHIEFS, IN LINEN AND
SILK, ready hemmel for immeliate use. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Meeting-street oppoMto the Market.
?MBHKLLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk, all siass and prices.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
p HOTO GRAPH COLORING.
PEBSON3 WISHING^TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
[luted with cure and' ta-tc can bave their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
jiven as to the st* Ie of coloring pteferred.
April 22 Dmos*
QITIZENS' SAVINGS BARK
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Office, No. 66 BAST BAT.
Open dally from.9 A. M. to 3 P. H.
8 at ord ay ETCH inga from.6 to 8 P. M.
THE BOOK3 OF THE BANE WILL BE CLOSED
FOR THE PAYMENT OF DEPOSITS from the 1st
to the 12th of JULY, in order to make the regular
semi-annual calculations of interest, but will con?
tinue to receive deposits dally aa usual.
Interest allowed on depoalts, Fix per cent., com?
DANIEL B AVENEL, JB., .
July 1 A Assistant Cashier.
lines, Jiquors, (Etc.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that tber bare been appointed by M es- rs.
H KN BY A. HANNIS A CO.. of Philadelphia, their
sole Agents for the State of Routh Carolina for the
salo of their celebrated ACME. X, XX, XXX, XXXX,
NECTAR. CABINET and o her branda OLD RYE
They also wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE BYE WHI-KIES, direct from
Distillery at Hanniaville, Berkeley County, Weat
Llb er-, i contracts wi'.l bo male for lane lota of
new Whiskies in boud at Distillery Warehouse.
CLAC ID -> A WITTE,
No. 8? East Bay afreet,
Jnne 10 wfm3mos Charleston, S. C.
JAMES A . HILLER'S
CHICKEN OOCE WHISKEY.
We are Agents of the above celebrated and well
known brand ot J A AI KS A. MILLER'S CHICKEN
COIf. OLD BOURBON WHL>KF.Y. whick ls'the
G '?'NUI sa ARTICLE, and offer it to the trade, war?
ranting lt to ci ve entire fatia fact lon lt is manufac?
tured, copper distilled, of the best grain and pure
qnalitie-- '.mptoves by age, especially in the South?
A large stock conitantly on hand, of different ages
and pri?es; cooperare of the most superior.
For sale in lots to ault purchasers, by
COBB. DO LU ON DE A CO.,
Hole Agents for the south,
No. 87 Natchez-street. New Orleans.
Or HENRY CORIA A CO.. .
Sub-Agents, Charleston. S. C.
June 16 * Imo
grrjfjs, Cljcmircis, (Ste.
lp II B S II DRUGS.
G KI M A ULT ?ff CO.'S PREPARATIONS*
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. B. BABB,
May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
rjlO RENOVE GHBASB SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
DB. H. BAER,
May 26_No. 131 Mestlng-atreet
"PUR THB HAIR.
PHALON'SCHEMICAL HAIR INVIGORATOR
AYER-S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNETT'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
LYON'S KATH ALBON
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM. ic, Ac.
For sale by Dr. H. BABR,
May 8 No. 131 MEETINQ.STREET,
BATH TO WORMS!
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In Vee.
They are made of "Santonloe," aod contain no
Bead wbat one of the moat distinguished physi?
cians of Richmond, Vs., aaya about the Lozenges :
I have long used F antonius, tbe active principle of
European Woim-Seed, aa an effectual remedy for
Worms lo children. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of it, which la a very
pleasant and palatable firm in which to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on a* prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAIE, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting-street.
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR ?SALE
WHOLESALE AND REIA IL :
CARBONATE DF AMMONIA
CBEAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist, |
No. 1S1 ME ET IN G-ST BEET.
?\ O 1. O G N E ,
SUPERIOR TO THE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wholesale
and retail by Dr. H. B \?R,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting street.
Jl DW ARD DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. tia AVurrt n street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE I'CIl
CH*SE ot all kinds ot MLHc'H >NMSK. Hoots,
Shoes, Ha?s, Ca a and TrunE?, a.d Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds ot Staple Art elf- and
central Produce solicited.
Prompt returns gua-auteed.
Lat'- of Charleston. 3. C.
ml-Wee\Jy ?'rice Cvrmta ?entiroe byj-o??t.
Jau'iary is nae 6mos
?i L O T H I SIG
W? ABE DE TE BM IN ID TO CLOSE OUT THE
bal tcoe of our .
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST
All those in want of tte above articles would do
well to give ns a call and examine for themselves.
Below we /ive the prices of a few articles:
BLACK CLOTH FROCKS, ti, cost $7
Blacb cashmere Pants, $8
linen Backs, ai 50
White Shirts, $1 28
Ganze Merino Drawers, 60 cents
Boya' Tweed Pants, tl
800 Cottonade Sacks and Panta, satiable for plan?
tation use, $2 25.
OEOROE LIT I LE it CO.,
Joly a_2_Ko. 213 King-street.
J^ARGAINS I BARGAINS I BARGAINS
N. A. COHEN
IS NOW SELLING HIS LABOE AND EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF CLOT BING BELOW COST to raise mo?
ney. Goods marked down to the lowest figure. No
humbug. Call and judge for yourselves.
N. A. COBFN,
Corner King and Prince** street,
June 20 wfi* Under Victoria Hotel.
JP O Ii S A Ii IS .
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD STO.'K
F tate Booda,
By A. O. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commission Agent
June 30 wf*2 No. 26 Broad-street.
J? A N K K R S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEB3 AND MER?
CHANTS, wi.hin- Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of ar.y description, c:n get their orders
filled promptly and in tho neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE REWS JOB OFFICE, No.
US East Bay. s
"i R KEN VILLK AND COLUMBI AR A1L
JT BOiD COMPANY.
TREASURE B'S OFFICE. )
COLUMBIA, H. C.. JUNE 28, 1*69.J
NOTICE 14 HKREUY GIVEN 'IBAT THE SIX
Momba' Intfrest due 1st July, I860, on tbs state
Guaranteed Bouda and Certificates of Indebtedness
of this Company, will be paid-lev Government
Tax-upon presentarlo:) of the ("on pons.at the FIRsT
NATIONAL BANK of CHARLESTON, S. C and the
Carolina Narloo al Rank ot Columbia. 8. 0.
The fix Months' Interest upon the First Mortgage
Bonds of the Company, which have not been ex?
changed, due 1st Joly, 1869, will be paid at the Office
of tbe Company, tn Columbia, s. C., upon presenta?
tion of the Bond. J. O. EDWARDS,
June 30 6 Treasurer.
CHER AW ANO DARLINGTON RAIL?
TREASURER'S OFFICE, 1
CHEBAW. 8. C.. June 29,18,9. f
THE COUPONS ON TBE SECOND MOB rG AGE
BONDS of this Company, and the INTEREST
ON ITS CERTIFICAT tS OF INDEBTEDNESS, boto
of which become due on the 1st July ensuing, will
be paid upon presentation at the People's National
Bank of Charleston.
Holders who prefer it will be paid at my offl e in
Cheraw. f. H. McTVKB, Treasurer.
June 29 S
T^LCE RIDGE RAILROAD.
THE ATTENTION OF CONTBACTOBS IS INVIT?
ED to the work of completing the Blue Ridge Bail
ro id in South Carolina, from Anderson, South Caro?
lina, to Knoxville. Tennessee, a distance of one hun?
dred and fifty-two mlle? to build.
Tba Executive Committee of the Board of Direct?
ors is prepared to enter into negotiations with res?
ponsible persons, wbo may desire to undertake the
Payments will be made in their first mortgage (7)
per cent bonds, principal and m te rest payable
in colo, having twenty years to mn, ?ecured by
the guarantee of the state of South Carolina, for the
punctual payment of both principal and interest.
1 he mortgage covers unencumbered property ot the
Company, which cost tbreo ai d a quarter millions oi
dollars io gold, and embraces filly miles of road com?
plete a'id In running order.
Dettl'ed Estimates. Plans, Profiles and Specifica?
tions wilt lie rcadv for inspection by JUNE 1,1869
Meanwblle, approximate qnao ides and other infor?
mation concerning tbe work may be obtained Dy ap?
plication to Colonel JAMES P. LOW, the Chief En?
gineer of the Company, orto the undersigned, at
Columbia, South Carolina.
B. K. SCOTT,
Chairman of Executive Committee.
N. B. The time for opening the bids for the con?
struction of this Hoad is fixed for the 8th day of
JUXT next, ai 12 M.. at Columbia, S. C. Bids will be
received by the Executive Committee up to that
daie. ll Jane 26
gOUTII CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, ti. C., April 9, 1869. I
ON AND AFT EB SUNDAY, APRIL Hm, THU
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South cox oin a Bail
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. Di.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Conn oe Ung with trains tor Montgomery, Memphis
Na rb ville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Leave Charleston.8.?0 A, M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, ape Camden tram.
F WK CHARLESTON.
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.lu P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Lesve Charleston.7.30 P. AL
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting witb trains lor Memphis, NashvUP
and Kew Orleans, v;* Grand Junction.
Leave Angosta.4.10 P. Ji
Arrive at Charleston.1.00 A. V.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
I SUND A?S EXCEPTED.)
Lei vt Charleston.IM P. Y
Arrive at Columbia.1.45 A. Y
Connecting t-undays excepted) with Greenville an
Leave Columbia.5 5i> P. "a
Arrive at Charleston.S.Jo A. V
S MMKHVII.LK I RAIN.
A rn vf at Summerville. 5.1 OP. v
L?avp <umm"rvllle.7.U' A. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.35 A. V
Camden and ''olurabl? Pa.-sencer Trans on MON'
DAYS, WXIHZSDATS aod SATUBDAYS, connects with
up and do'vn Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6 30 A. M,
Arri*e at Columbia.ll."b A. M
Leave Columbia......2 2" P. ?>'
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M
Si an ?li H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Superintendent.
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO ?wosvd'-ttreet.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS ol Merchants sud others,
snd in WETTING UP AND POSTING their BOOK8,
either In part or whole. Ac_Janna ry I
JJOLMES it MACBETH.
No. 30 Broad-street,
y> Charleston, h. C..
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttcnJ to Renting and? llecting ol Rents
and parch SM and na'e cl Stocks, Bon :s,. Gold,
8 Iver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase ot Good- anl Supplies for parlies
la the country upon reason ible terms,
'in inos L. UoLxns.AT.EX.\si<?a UACCEI H.
January 1 lyr
8TATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA. )
TnBAiCHT DEPABTMEKT, J
COLUMBIA. .-. C. Jane 16.181 0. )
THE INTEREST DOE ON THE BONDS OF THE
STATE OF bOOTH CAROLIN ?, since July let, 1867,
will be paid on and after July 1st, 186?. at the Bank
lng House ot H. H. KEMPTON, No. 9 Nassau-Btr et,
New York, sud at tbe Treasury O nce, at Columbia,
TBE INTEREST DUE ON THE EEJIS?EBED
STOCK OP THE STATE. Since July lat, 1867, wlB
be paid at the Treasury Deoartmeut in Colombia
only. NILES O. "ABE RB,
Treasurer State .sonth Carolina.
Jone 18 13
. STATIC TREASURY OFFICE, )
COLUMBIA, 8. C.. .Tune 16, 1869. j
UNDER THE ACT FOB THE CO.NVKWJION OF
THE STAT? SECURITIES, the Treasurer of the
State ia prenared to issue Bonds hearing Srx Per
Cent, Interest, payable aemi-annualr? for registered
Stock. Bonds are preparad for S100. $5o0 and IIOW).
Fractions may *e returned in certifi>at?s of stock.
Perso-is desirous of converting their stock into
Bonds, will please present tbelr certificates at tbls
office, with name endorsed upon tbe Lack (wit?
Person* having Connon Bonds desirous to procure
Registered ?tock In lieu thereof, will please present
the same to tills office with instructions.
Where parties cannot atiend In person to transact
their business at tbisoffi:?, it is preterable tbat tbe
same should to transacted through some authorised
agent. NILE* O. PARK EB,
June 17 13 Treasurer State South Carolina.
faints, QDilSf ?c.
?AMERO.V, BABKLET ?ft CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 oreo
yy H IT M LEAD,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHE8. Ac., As.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OLLS.
CANtCUON, BAH KL KV ? CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
i ii si OILS: OILS:
1000 GALLONS PU BE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINER! OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ii CO.
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
OO FING TIN
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 BOO FING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14s20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ac, Ac.
JN STONE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAHER01, BARKLEY At CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland atreets.
January 1 6m 0
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
4 INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO li INCH DI
80APSTONE PACKING, 4 INCH TO 1,
WHITE AND BBOWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMKHON, BARKLEY 6i CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland street*.
January 1 6m 0
Jg A R IKON,
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WliOlGUl AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
riTTlNG?, lor steam and water.
l'A ll E HOM. BARKLEY di CO..
Northeast corner Mee bug and u um benaud streets
Januar}' 1 imo
lt A S S W O ll K
STEAM GU AGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGE9. GLAtt? GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY G?AGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BABKLEY * CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
January 1 6mo
J T. HUMP lt HEYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS. SE.
C?RITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ?7 BRO AD-STREET
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Hon. HENRY BCIST. W. J. MAGRATH. Esj.
General JAMES CONNKK, T. h. VI AK; Vj, t--.
_ Soirs. .
Positive Sale of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notione,
Shoes. Sc, to close Consignments
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MOUSING, tt 10 o'clock, I wIR ?ell at my
Hore, corner of King and 11 bert*-s Irret?.
The fbl owloR OOODS to close couei DffleDti:
PEINTE!? LAWN, Barege, Oil Cover?, Towel?,
NapTdni, Hoeiery. Handkerchiefs, oitnap Pbirtav
Notions, kc. Linen, Cottonsde and Caislmere Coat?,
Pants and Veeis.
5 caeei ASSORTED SHOES-Stott Good?
Regular Sale Furniture, Sundries, Liquors, fte.
KNOX, DALY & Vi}.,
Ko. 150 Meeting-street, corner of Went*'
Will sell, THIS DAT. aa ?bove. commencing at V$
o'clock, A. M.
t-AIDED AY-.-uri House, Sullivan's Island, h?lf
paatto'clock. P. M. Juiy a
SH I5I11P K'S SALK.
In the Court of Probate-Jacob II Kalb, Ad?
ministrator, vs. R. R. Watson ? D. J..
Thomas, et al.
In pursuance of a Decretal Order of I. V. Teague1,
Probate Jude*. In this cause, I will nell at Black'
ville, Barnwell Count?, H. 0., on ?ALE?DAY ht
JOLY next, 1869. at public auction, at the tunal
hours ot ?ale,.
Certain LOT9 OB PARCELS OF LAND in lbw
Towool Blackville, situate, lying and be<ng as Al?
lows: Two Lot* irout'ng on Ratlrosd-street, each 60>
fret front Uv 160 fcetdepih, on Block "0/* No 7 an?
8; thies Lets on Block "0." Ho*. 21,22 and 23, eaeht
measuring 50 teet on Walker-sireet, by 200 feet ha
dentil. . .?.~"
Un these Lots ate a floe hotel bnlldiog one large?
drv cools and grocery ?tnrenonse. and three other
smaller storehouses, and all the Lots are valuable!
lor bulldinff sites.
Terna- of Ral?-Cash enough to pay the costs of
suit, ?nd i he balance on a cred t until January tbe>
tnt eighteen hundred and seventy-one. il87L>
witb interest from date of purchase at seven pee
cent, per anon m. Titles to be executed, but not*
delivered until the whole purchase money la paid,
and if not paid when dee. to be re e?*d for cash, at
the risk of tue former or firs* purchaser. Thc pur*
cbaser to give his bond to the Judge ot Probate, witta
two or more good sureties, to be approved bv falmv
1 be parchase money, when due, to be paid into,th?
Court of Probate to abide its farther order. Pur?
chaser to pay for necessary papers axd B tamps.
t^herilTs Office, June loth, ls69.
Jano28 7 N. G. W. WALK FR .Sheriff.
^JUrtioneerB' Jlriootf Snits.
Residence on South Bay:
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUR?.
The SMALL RESIDENCE on South Bay Battery,
between Meeting and Kin* streets, contain ra? i np
right, 5 tuc rooms and double patna, Apply at '
Jactas tows ? No. 23DaOAD-8rBBW?
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURB.
For Sale or B?nt- '
The tbree-atorv WOODEN RESIDENCE, on Souilt,
Bay, a few doors west of Klng-str??t. contal cfa?,
eight rooms, double punas, Ac. The lot ia targe and
runs through to lam boll-street.
The fhree-?tory WOODEN RESIDENCE, on th?
east side of King-street, a t, w doon from fha Batte?
ry, containing eLtbt rooms, double piazzas, kc. ina
lot is about 79 feet front, by about 150 feet deep. ,
The three-story BBIOE BE ED PNCE, No. 33 Meet?
ing-street (Within Ave minutes' walk of the Battery-,
containing ten rooms, pantry and double plana. '
The lot measures 42 feet front, by 211 feet deep.
For particulars, apply as above, at
June 25 fm wi No. 25 BROAD STREET.
^?djiiuri), Castings? (Elf.
-pil O NIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & COJ
CAMERON ?Sf CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c
Ufos. 4, 6. 8.10 and 12 PRITCHABD-STRBBTS,
(NEAB THE DB? DOOK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BO LLEBe-MARINE.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE. .
BICE THEE;HEES AND MILLS OF EVERT,
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND CEASING
IBON FBONTS FOB BUILDINGS.
.CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN LEON Oft
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILBBet
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates aa
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'? low-water Detector?
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATEB IN
REPAIRS PB031PTLT ATTENDED TO.
May 17 nao . Smoe
E ROU 4 TO 3SO
horse power, including tb?
celebrated Oorhsa- Cut-off
Engines, Slide Valva Sta?
tionary Engines, Portahl*
Engines, Ac Alse, Circo
Jar Malay and Sang fens
Mills. Sugar Cane . k Uv
s hat ting rahm, kc. Latta
and Shingle Milla, Wt?**
and Con Mills, Circular
Saws, Belling, ?e. Sea?
for descriptive Circular ansi
WOOD k MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February 18 Amos Unes, New York.
/"iHAM CERLAIN o? SB.ABUOOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY*
Charleston, S. C.
OfCc? in the Courthouse.
D. n. CH i MB E BX ATS, Atty-General.. .E. B. SEABBOOX..
Special utwntion will be paid to the Prosecution est
Claims held by partie? outside ef tba State. Mari
QHAMPOOINO ANO HAIK-CTJ 1T1MQ.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their r?sidences promptly and at reason?
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber.
No. SI Broad-street ?up stairs.)
livra KKOX.JOHN (HL&.
J? N O X di GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. m SMITE'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON. BICE, 4c, BB
8PECTFCLLY solicited, an! liberal-advances made
tuereon. Orders for CORN and BACON promptly
executed wHb care and attention. ita)os Mirv 13
/ CHARLESTON AGRICULTURAL
WARE BOUSE AND SEED STORE.
At?RICCL I URAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN
ELLERBEK TRANSPLANTER FOrt SALE.
GEO. E. P1NGREE.
Nc. 110 Sleet.ng-Mreet, Charleston.
March li ?ma