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T?E DAILY NEWS.
Largest Circulation.-THE DAILY NEWS
BEIN? THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE
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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THU POSTOFFICE AT THE END Ol
BACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
Range ox* Thermometer at the News
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THE CUABLESTON NEWS, tho circulation of
?which ia about twice as large aa that of any
other paper published in South Carolin), is the
best advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who .wat situ .tiona or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of value,
THE NEWS has no eqnal; and in order that all
Classes may have their wants supplies!, we have
adopted the following scale of CHEAP ADVU
TisEiLESTS, payment for which must invariably
oe made when the order is given:
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offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, h ona-serrant a, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
let ; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wanta of all kinds.
For eaoh insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
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rates most be prepaid and delivered at THE
NEWS office by 9 P. M.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Cincinnati, at 8P.M.
Ty pograp hi ca 1 Soc te ty, at 8 P. M.
Christian A asocial ion, ai 8 P. M.
AUCTION VALE THIS DAY.
Knox, DALT A Co. will sell at bali past 4
o'clock, on Sullivan's Island, furniture of s
KXCTXBSION_The steamer Emilie will make
an excursion around tho harbor on Monday
next A band of music and plenty of refresh?
ments will add to tbs interest of tbe trip.
THE MABTNER'B CHT/BCH.- There wiB be ser?
vices in the Mariner's Church, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half- past ten o'clock tn
the morning, and four o'clock in tue afternoon.
CHARLESTON HOOK ARD L ADD EB COMPACT,
.No. L-Wo acknowledge sn invitation from
this company to be' present with them on an
excursion on the steamer Belief en Monday
MERCANTILE PRINTING.-All kinds of mer?
cantile printing, such as circulars, letter hoads,
cards, bul heads, statements, Ac., for count?
ing -roo ms and offices, promptly executed in
the neatest style sod st the lowest rates for
cash, st THE N KWH JOB Ornes, No. 149 East
HOTEL ABBXVALS, JULY 2.-Pavilion Hotel.
J. 8. Foster, Northeastern Railroad; S. Dibble,
J. L^rjtsey, Osrangeburg; B. W. Johnson, Con?
Charl* yu Hotel.-?. H. Hiller, Kingstree;
Dr. H. Sw ne, Louisiana; J. D. Parker, Adams
Bun, 8. ? J. G. Clarke, Virginia; a H. 8ayd
hsm, wife ind child, Columbi?.
Fnrx PnozocBAPHS.-Mr. Bolles, photo?
grapher, st the corner of King sud Market
streets, bas recently photographed Ber. Dra.
Ba alunan and Hicks? The likenesses, are ad?
mirable, ss is the gene,. ! execution of tbe
work. The numerous frier ls of these distin?
guished divines should, sod doubtless witt, se?
cure a photograph of them.
INTEREST OW THE STATS Dsn.-The Phce
- nix, of yesterday, saya: "We bare been relia?
bly informed that 1100 ODO was paid yesterday
by the Treasurer of the State sod the financial
agent at New York, for coupons of State bonds
."presented for payment. The payment of in?
terest on tbe State stock will necessarily be de -
lay ed a few days in order to make up interest
Tm CHATHAM REGATTA st Ba van uah on Tues
- day and Wednesday next will be a moat de
lightful ana ir. The steamer Pilot Boy will leave
hereon Monday at eight o'clock A. M. for Si
vannah, and will return on Wednesday morn?
ing st eight A. M. The steamer Planter wil
leave Savannah on Thursday nvorning st eighl
o'clock, thus giving excursionists sn opportn
nity of witnessing b oth days racing.
COOLIES CoxrNe TO MARLBORO' COUNTY.
The Bennettsville Journal says : **? We were
pleased to notice, s few days ago, a number o
Englishmen sud others, gentlemen of capital,
on our streets, in search of land, with a view
- to purchase and settle in the district. We un
de ra ta nd that these gentlemen bare in con?
templation the pureba sa of several tracts o
laud, sod will introduce the Chinese laboren
to cultivate tbe sol. We hope they will suo
.seed in their object."
CRUMBS.-Mr. G. W. Clark, the recently ap
.pointed Collector of Customs for ibis port
file* his bond for $60,000 on Thursday, and J efl
for Washington yesterday morning to get it ap
Daring this week there have been two at
tempts made to rob a house on Rutledg<
The detective force has recaptured a nnmbe:
-of stolen bens lately.
It is told that on the day before the tele
gram announcing the removal of Dr. A. Q
Maosey arrived, he went to one of bis clerk)
and informed him he would have to decapitati
him sud put s negro in bis place, to san
himself (Dr. M.) from decapitation. The tele
gram changed affairs, of which the said clerk
did not fail to inform the Collector.
The bondsmen of Mr. G. W. Clark, tbe Col
lector, are Henry Bischoff, E. Se bring, F
jBichards, Alva Gage and E. H. Jackson.
On Tuesday, when the thermometer her?
stood 96 in the shade and 134 in the sun, a gen
Alem?n on tbe Cooper Bi ?er, about twent;
miles from the city, tried his thermometer; il
stood 94} in the shade an 1140 tn tbe sun.
The public schools will give bsliday on Mon?
A number of ts tra y goats and mules wen
picked up by the police yesterday.
The City Treasury was benefitted yesterda;
by the con ti i bu tiona of several parties who hai
been on ? bender tbe night before.
Stein meyer's saw and planing mitt, foot o
Beaurain-street, continues to giveaway saw
dust as usual.
Tbe First Nations I Bank has declared a sernj
annual di vide od of five dollars per share, pay
>*pble on ?nd after next Tuesday.
TUE ANN-BTREET TRAGEDY.
GOBO N E R'S INQOEST-TBSTIMONT-VBBDIOI
[ The OoTrrnor Requested to OtTer a Re?
ward tor the Arrest of the Fiendish
The facts which THE NEWS of the 22d of last
month published regirdiog the fiendish at?
tempt to deslroy Mrs. Sarah F. Caldor and her
four children which resulted in tbe death of
two of (ho children, are fresh in tbe minds of.
our readers, who will remember ibat about
two o'clock on tho morning of tbe 21st, Mrs. Cal?
der, residing with ber father, Mr. E. C. Prince,
was aroused by a Ii cr li t in her chamber, in
which she, with ber four children, one an in?
fant four months old, slept. She immediately
jumped up and discovered that tho bed was on
fire, burning (rom the bottom. Sbo gave tho
alarm, and ber father and brother, Mr. J. E.
Prince, came to her assistance. They rescued
the children from thc flimes, which, with some
difficulty, and after two beda were burnt, wer?
extinguished. Mrs. Caldor was badly burnt
on tho aro, and Mr. E. C. Prince on tho banr1
and feet. One of the cliildreu died that nicht
and another thc next morning. Coroner V bit?
ing summoned a jury on the 22J, au-. had
them sworn in the presence o! tho' bodies,
after which he gave an order for bun-. 1. On
the Saturday following be took Eome tes. imony,
bnt the principal witness, Mrs. Calder, berne:
too unwell to testify, the jury adjourned until
Ia located on the south side of Ann, second
door from Elizabeth-street. At tho front
entrance is a gate, after passing through which
and ascending a short flight of steps there is
a door opening on the poroh which runs the
full length of the side of the house. Midway
on the porch is a door to be known as the
front door, which lets tbe visitor in the house.
A flight of steps commencing at tbe threshold
of this door leads to the upper rooms, in one
of which the fire occurred. At the rear end of
the house is the back door, leading into the
yard. We have been thus particular in des?
cribing the house in order to prevent repeti?
tion in the testimony, and also to render it
TEX TETllf ONT.
The members of the jury were James Cald?
well, foreman: A. Johnson, J. N. Johnson, J.
H. Darcy, F. B. Dupree, T. W. Bolger, J. J.
Beasley, James Dnflus, P. L. Cleapor, 1 hos.
B. Pohl, 0. Williams, J. W. Campbell, and
Lawrence Pinkman. At their first meeting
Messrs. E. C. Prince, John E. Prince, and H.
Hr. E. C. Prince testified: That on the night
in question fte put out his lamp and placed it
on the n> ; aile piece when he retired, about
twelve o'clock; about two o'clock he was
aroused by a scream from his daughter (Mrr.
Caldor, ) who, with her four children, slept in an
adjoining room; he arose and rushed into the
room; found the floor in a blaze, as was also
the bed; he succeeded io rescuing tbe chil?
dren, but got burnt himself; two of the chil?
dren were also burnt; when be first entered
the room tbe children were laying on tbe bed
in a natural position; a small brass lamp which
his daughter kept dimly burning for use if tbe
obildren needed anything during the night waa
burning on the mantelpiece; he noticed after?
wards that his daughter seemed to be perfect?
ly stupefied; wheo he rushed down Btatra with
toe children he found the backdoor open; he
let Abram Huger in at the front door; he stated
(in answer to a question from toe Jory)
that there was some property coming to the
the children in case of the death of Mrs. Gal*
der (mother of Mrs. Sarah F. Calder's hus?
band,) and that he had applied to a lawyer to
learn something about the property; that he
and his daughter were on tbe beat of terms, as
she was with all the family; after the fire was
pat out be found that the lamo under the bed
was the one he two hoars before bad put out
and placed upon his mantelpiece.
Mr. John E. Prince testified: Tn at on the
Difghi of tho Ure, about half-past 8 o'.-lock, he
heard a noise up staun as if some one was
waJking about; but after listening awhile at?
tributed it to the hoi Bes in a stable near by;
that he was alarmed by his mothei'a screams
and rushed to ber room; that he helped to ex?
tinguish the fire, and also tore the bur tiing
clothes from bis sister; that be found the
lamp under tbe bed, and on taking it utpjtt fell
to pieces in bis band; he recognized it as i
lamp belonging to he bouse.
Mr. H. Wohlkin, who lives next door, testi?
fied: That be was aroused by the screams ol
fire and aided in extinguishing it
Mr. Wm. Eawlinski came to the assistant*
of the family, but knew nothing of the origil
of the fire.
Yesterday, Abram Hager, colored, testified
On the night of the fire I was sitting in rn]
room, whioh is near Mr. Prince's bouse, hold?
ing my baby; I saw a lier b t and flames gushing
out of Mr. Phnee'8 windows, and gare tb?
alana of fire; 1 then ran to the front of tb?
house; the gate was open and also the door al
the bead of the steps; I ran through them ant
along the porch to the front door: it wai
fastened; I pressed against it and it sud
dendy opened; whether 1 forced it open or il
was opened from the inside I cannot say
I saw the whole family coming down thc
steps, Mr. E. C. Prince ahead with a bab:
in bis arms; the ladies, too, had children; tb<
baby was screaming and throwing iu bandi
about; Mrs. Calder was also crying out; Mr
Prince said: "For God's Bake, como and hel|
us. there'd fire up stairs; go up and put it out
1 went up and saw tho fire, then rush
ed out of ti e front door and got waler; helpei
to put out the fire with young Mr. Prince; ii
front of the door to the bedstead was on fin
and the bedstead too; appeared to me as i
some buming material was on the floor; af te
th J fire was out I weat down stairs and helpei
the burnt ones; alter awhile young Mr. Pnnc
asked me if I wouldn't go up stairs and hel|
him wipe up the water and remove the burn
bedding; I went up with bim, and after remov
iog the bedding I noticed a pretty good size?
pile of burnt cloth or bair or something of tb?
kind; I pulled it away and found a lamp with
out a wick; as I picked it up it fell to pieces; i
was recognized as tbe 1 * nip in use at the house
there was clothing on the floor; both Mrs. Cal
der's and Mr. Prince's room were burning; th
bed was flush up against the wall; th
lamp was close against the wainscot
tag, which had a great hole burnt in il
Mrs. Sarah F. Calder sworn: On the night o
the fire I was awakened by a light at the rigb
side and also at the bead of the bed; as
looked I saw a dark form stooping at the sid
of the bed; I screamed and the tona vanished
I have two children now; all lour of my crail
dren slept in bed with me; the light a WOKO me
I could not tell whether the form I saw WAS O
a white or colored person, mala or female
when I saw the form it was about two o'clock
my clothirg did not catch fire at all, but I wa
burnt on the arm when I rescued the cbildre:
from the fi imet-; as soon I saw the fire I rusiiei
into my father's room; I did not know thit
was burnt until I got down stairs; 1 had on n
clothing on m v arms, my nig?t dress bad shot
steeves; affSr eiviug the alarm I must bav
fainted, as I do not recodect anything tint oe
curred for a short wu ile after. Tho lum
lonnd ander t e bcd as the same oue that tu
father used, and tba same ono I saw him pu
out and place upoo the mantelpiece when bi
retired, two of the children in the bed were nc
burnt at all, they got out last; I took the bab
out; who took out the other little fellow I d
not know; when I came down, I f und the bac'
door open; think I was the first one down;
had a pavilion on my bed; it hung inside o
the bed; my father and myself are on the bes
of termt); I have been living with him sine
my husbands death; my father went to a law
yer to see about the property tbat was left t
mv husband; he told me that the lawyer eau
nothing coull be done until Mrs. Calder*
deatb; my busband has been dead six mon tbs
. j myself and my husband's family are not oi
' good terms; my father supports' mo sod m,
children; air. Alexander Calder, paid mv hus
band's funeral exponeos, and since the fire ha
given me 125; tbe front of my baby's dress wa
on fire when 1 took it up; there was no wa;
of getting into my room but by climbing up ti
the porch or getting inside of the hons
and ooraine up tbe stairs; it seemed that tb
fire jumped all about tho room; the oil use*
in the house is lighthouse oil; i do not thin1
that the oil in the lamp was sufficient to bav
been spread about as muon it appeared to bc
some of mv children's clothing was kept ii
my lather's room in a bureau, tbe drawers o
which were ope i and the clothing s-atturei
aboul; wo bavo missed clothing and sud
things, but we don't know whether it was barn
or stolen; tbe form I saw was large; 1 am o.
good terms with ail in the house; as I scream
ed my father jumped right up and came int
my room; my mother jumped ap and ran on
the piazza and called fer help; the shirt of the
older child that died WM burnt, right off; both,
chi.dren were burnt from tbe feet up; the little
one was laying rieht on the pillow.
Mrs. E. C. Prince and Airs. Rebecca A.
Princ9, wife of Mr. John E. Prince, were sworn,
but their testimony threw no new light upon
the affair. Every witness testified that Mrs.
Calder was on the best of terms with the whole
family, and that they could ndt conceive why
the attempt to destroy her and her children
At the conclusiou of the testimony, the jury
remained in consultation about a half of AD
hour, when they brought in a verdict to the
effect that the deceased bad come to their
deaths by the burning of the bed on which
they slept, occasioned by tho placing of a
lighted lamp under it by some person or per?
sons to them (thc jury) unknown; and that
tho aforesaid unknown person or persons had
committed wilful murder.
After the verdict tho jury resolved to request
Governor S?ott to offor a roward for tbe ap?
prehension of the murderer or murderers,
This affair, ono ot the most fiendish we have
ever recorded, is still shrouded in mystery.
The testimony throws no light upon it beyond
the rescuing of the children after tho incendi?
ary au J would-be murderer bad arranged
everything for tbe success of lue diabolical
work. It is clearly shown that the destruction
of Mrs. Calder and her four children had been
determined upon, and the fiend or fiends boped
to accomplish that end by this method, which,
but for the timely discovery, would have done
it most effectually, and left no mark by which
the world would l?avo ever known anything
more than that tbey were destroyed in a
burning dwelling. The Coroner bas done his
duty. It now rests with the Mayor and the
police to ferret out the villains that planned
and executed this terrible crime.
STATS COURT, HON. R. B. CARPENTER, Janos,
PRESID? so.-La this court yesterday, among
tbe civil busi ness heard was the case of J. Evans
Eddiugs vs. John Wright, the points of which
are, as we le un, that some time ago Mr. Ed
dings mortgaged a portion of his plantation on
Edisto Island. The mortgage was foreclosed
and the tract sold by order of Mr. Tupper,
Master in Equity. Mr. Wright purchased it,
but when he went to take possession a dis?
pute arose as to the limits of the property par
chased, and be was prosecuted fo- trespass.
The ease came up yesterday, but after hearing
the testimony, tbe judge continued the ease
until to-day, when the arguments will be heard.
Whaley and Brown, counsel for plaintiffs;
Memminger and Phillips for defendant.
DISTRESSING SUICIDE nt GREENVILLE.-On
Thursday of last week, Mrs. Mattie Charles,
wife of J. D. Challes, of Greenville County,
committed snioide by cutting her throat with a
knife. The cause of thia most distressing oc?
currence is supposed to have been temporary
mental aberration of mind, brought on by some
bodily ailment, although the family were not
warned of ber condition. She left her h ouse
in the forenoon of Thursday, and went some
one or two bundled yards to the neighborhood
of the spring, taking her bible with her and the
knife. She was seen from the house sitting
reading. The eldest of her two children was
with her. Her sister-in-law bad called to her
to come to the house, (her husband not being
at borne;) as she did not regard the call, she
went to see after her, and discovered her after
the deed was committed. She had written a
note signifying her design to destroy ber life,
kjyd stating, as a special reason, that ehe was
not fit to raise her children. Mrs. Charles had
been married but a few years, and seemed
happy in ber marriage; was a lady of excel?
lent character, and her melancholy end is most
harrowing to ber husband and friends.
A COLORED BOT DROWNED.-Yesterday after?
noon a colored boy, whoso name oould not be
ascertained, was drowned off Fraser's wharf,
at the foot of Cumberland-street. Coroner
Whiting was notified and repaired to the spot,
but owing to the absence of witnesses would
not bold the inquest. The body was removed
to the bouse of the mother of the deceased,
and the inquest will be held th tua to-day.
A little white boy stated that he with others
were bathing, and the colored boy came on the
wharf and said he was coming in. The boys told
him he had better not do so as the water was
over his bead. The colored toy said be was com?
ing in anyhow, and stripped and stood on the
edge of the wharf. A white boy then shoved bim
off, and after a short struggle he sunk, despite
the efforts of all of the boys, and especially of
tbe one who pushed him overboard, to rescue
him. The boy who volunteered the informa?
tion was taken in charge by Officer Nipaon,
and though he asserted he knew the offender
and all the witnesses necessary to prove the
charge, he found nono of them afters diligent
search, nor was he able to tell the names of any
one of them. Other parties stated that the
drowning was purely accidental. Tbe inquest
to-day will elicit the facts.
CELEBRATION or THE FOURTH BX THE COLOR?
ED PEOPLE-BELL RINGING-GUN FIBING-PA
E ADLN TL- R LADINO- SPEECH-MARINO, BLOWING
AND PERSPIRATION. -The Fourth of July, m ide
notable by several circumstances, one of which
is the signing of the Declaration of Indepen?
dence, and another the speech of Mrs. Parting
ton's about the
"American eagle that flawed across the seas.
And brought the British Lion kerslump upon his
will be celebrated by the colored people ol
Charleston in a manner that will excite the ad?
miration of every hatless, shoeless piccaninny
within the city limits.
As "the day" falls on Sunday, Monday will
be celebrated. The Continental Guards, com?
posed of white men, will fire the national salute
from guns borrowed from the Citadel, but
which will not usher in the day-the bells hav?
ing precedence, will, by order of the Mayor,
commence ringing at four o'clock, and will con?
tinue to do BO UL intervals daring lbs day, un?
less the ropes break.
AC s:x o'clock the Lincoln Republican Guards,
Lincoln Light Infantry. African Blues and the
DeLaney Guards, all colored companies, will
have a batallion review-L. L Wolf reviewing
Between 7 and 8 o'clock a procession will be
formed under the direction of Chief Marshal L.
I. Wolf, the right resting on the comer of Cal?
houn and Meeting streets, and at 9 o'clock will
move in tbe following order: The military, the
fire companies, the Union League of America,
the Mayor and Aldermen, Muni-i pal officers,
Stat; officers, Federal officers, benevolent and
charitable societies, and tho citizens-all that
The line of march will bo down Meeting tc
Calhoun-street, through Calhoun to King,
down King to Wentworth, through Wentworth
to Meeting, down Meeting to Queen, through
Queen to East Bay, down East Bay to White
Point Garden, where everybody is invited to
The exercise? of the day will be commenced
with prayer from W.H. Brown, after which the
Declaration of Independence will be read by
Sam'l Dickerson. Then Alderman T. J. Mac
Key will deliver "the speech." Other speeches
are expected from D. T. Corbin, D. H. Cham?
berlain, and R. C. DoLirge, colored.
All of the above is take J from tbe programme.
In addition to tho above mentioned exercises,
there will bo a parade of the colored firemen in
Tat. UNITED ?STATES COURT, JVLT 2_HOM.
GEOSOE 8. BBTUT, JUDGE, PKBSLDTNG_The
following business waa disposed of to-day:
After granting a few petitions and ordere in
bankruptcy, the continued case of A. T. Stew?
art, et ai, vs. Levi Drucker, was called and
concluded. In this case the plaintiffs opposed
tho discharge of the defendant upon the
ground of fra nd. Tho jury brought in a ver?
dict of guilty upon the second and third
counts-tho second, that he concealed some
of his goods from his creditors; third, that he
did not keep his books in accordance with the
terms of the Bankrupt act.
ATTEMPTED BTJBOLABY-On Thursday night
last, about ten o'clock, two sons of Mr. T. G.
Simons, residing at the west end of Montague
street, hearing a noise in the yard, went ont to
investigate. A negro jumped up and ran off,
making good his escape, but two negroes,
sleeping under a tree, were caught. They were
there evidently for the purpose of cammitting
a burglary, and were only waiting for the fami?
ly to retire before commencing operations.
The captured negroes were then taken to
the Guardhouse by the young men. On their
way they mot a policeman, whom they request?
ed to take tho negroes to r fison; but be refus?
ed, asserting thal he had nothing to do with
them, as ho had not arrested them.
Yesterday mornicg tho negroes, named re?
spectively Henry Drickney and Geo. Heywood,
were arraigned for trespassing. The first nam?
ed was sentenced to twenty and the latter to
ten days' imprisonment.
FOB GEORGETOWN_Tbe steamer Emilie will
leave the South Commercial wharf for George?
town, on Tuesday morning next.
FEW WHO have ever tried the American
House, Boston, are tempted to leave that pat?
tern hotel for any other.
FOB CHEBAW.-The light draft steamer
General Manigault will leave Boyce's wharf
for Cberaw, on Wednesday morning next.
THE FrasT WATERMELONS of the season are
in, and Mrs. C. D. Kenrick, No. 88 Market
street, has on hand, a choioe lot which we can
recommend as ripe and luscious.
"BRILLIANT, BAOT AND SPARKLING."-Such
is the popular verdict on the "XIX Century,"
the new Illustrated Southern Magazine, pub?
lished in Charleston. The Adventures of Con?
federate Blockade Runners, and Reminiscences
of Confederate Camps and Fields, are thrill?
ing. 8old at all the bookstores. Single num?
bers 85 cents. 2 July 8
Shirts ml /nrniaijin/j ?nobs.
FIKi SHIRTS TO ORDER,
No. 219 KIN'O-SIREET,
June 17 th s tu Imo One door below Market.
FINK WHITE BHIHTS.-TilE CKL.E
BRATED ST?B SHIRTS, in all alsea, ready
made or made fo order, at
Gentlemen's Furnisbing Store,
Meeting-etrept. opposite the Market.
FANCY STRIPED PERCALE SHIRTS,
of the beat quality and in assorted patterns, at
Gentlemen'* Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street opposite the M artet.
INDIA GAUZE SHIRTS. F ??OM 34 TO
sVl inches, at SCOTT'S
Gent'emen'a Furnishing Store,
Meetiur-atreet, oppoalt? tbo Market.
LISLE I'll I? IL AU aHIKTS, WITH LONG
and short sleeves, in all sizes and grade?, at
Gentlemen's Furnisbing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market
RA ?VEHS, IN*LINEN AND JEANS,
ba all s'zea, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tb? Market.
GENTLEMAN'S LINEV AMD PAt-KR
.COLLARS-a specialty. The best stock. In
price, style, quality or quantity. The following
sty lea constantly on hand, viz: Broadway, Vander?
bilt, Beat, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boa, Shakespeare,
Dickens, Boston xacht Club. At
Gentlemen'a Furnlahing Store,
MeetiDg-atreet, opposite the Market.
GRAY'S PATENT MOULDED ORIENT
COLL AB; alao the lateat style Paper Collar,
called the KhYsTONE, manufactured by the Key?
stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'a Furuiahina Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALL
styles and sizes. At
Gentlemen'a Furnlahing Store,
Moe ti E g-BI ree t, opp Bite the Market
HOSIERY -ENGLISH AND GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisio Thread
At seo r r.i
Gentlemen'a Furnishing Store,
Meeting street, opooeite tbe Market.
NECKTIES AND C?AVA? S.-A PULE
line of (he lateat styles of wE 'STIES. CR A
VATS, SCAB ES and BOw>, Spring stocks and Na
pol eon Ties. At SOOT I'd
Gentlemen'a Furnishing Store,
Meeting-atieet, opposite the Market
HA.NDKKRCIIIKFS, IN LIA EN ANO
SILK, ready hemmed for immejiate use. At
Gentlemen'a Fund? nina? Store,
Meeting-street opposite the Market.
MBKELLA8. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk al] aizes and prices
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Mee tina-street, opposite the Market.
PER36NS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPH.'
tinted with care and laste can have their orden
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Bool
House. Written direction! should in each case bi
given as to the style of coloring pieferred.
April ?2 3moR*
prt) ?ODDS, ?tr.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT <Sr BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS,
j 5 OASES OF ?-4 LONGCLOTHS, AT 12>i CENTS
A large assortment of French Corsets, from Ti
Fine choice Collars of Crape Marett only M
cents per yard.
French Figured C?mbrica, ?t 25 caita per yard.
A full supply of Colored Muslins Mozambique?,
Bareges, Lenoa, 20 per cent cheaper than anywhere
A full Une of Swisses. Cambrlia, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslin?, at moderate prices.
600 dozens of EngUali and Grenzau Ladles' and
Gent's Hobierv, from 12 )? cents up.
Tho latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents up.
Ladies' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
Robinet for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Boopskirts lor Ladies, from 40 cents up.
A well assorter) stock ol Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Gloves, Ac, which we sell at rid ;oa om prices.
Cali and examine our stock. Great inducement
are offered at
FURCHGOTT di BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
An exclusive department tor BOOTS, 6BOES
HATS and TRUCKS, which we are able to sell 2(
per cent cheaper than any other homo.
May 3 Siros
STATEMENT OF !
Itrmatnlng in Warehouse ?Ter Thr
A. G. MACKEY, Co
THURSDAY, JILT 8th, X9&9, AT 10 O'C]
Five okgs Brandy,
Ono caso CigT<,
06 ID?. I
< teamer Is
fllv fellancn us.
j) I. F I \ K Li FA M I !. Y LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Mtg' A ak your Grocer for our Brand of |
Lard In these Package?.
Packed in 3 tb. S rb, 10 lb Caddies; 60 rb Cans for I
shipment. Cheapest mode for tailing Lard, fend j
for Price List.
Sold bj- Grocers In Charleston.
Mar 39 nao stum3mo
gOTJTHKRK LAMJS VVA.M'KD.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. m? PI NE-STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
TBE ABOVE FIRM HATE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for the Buying and Selling of
Southern BEAL ESTATE, City and Country. They
have placed Mr. J. M. MOBO AN (late of Charleston,
8.0.,) at the head of thia branch ol their business.
Parties wishing to sell property in the New York
market will find it to their advantage to address the
Mr. MOBOAN refera to Mesara. Q. A. TBEKHOLM
A Sow, Charleston, S. 0.
June 7 nae Imo
?H?djineri), (Castings, (Ste.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BO! LEU fl, of various Six??
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COBN
MILLS, SUGAR MI LL3, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
BOBSE POWERS AND OIN OEABLNO, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPBOVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Bice Milla
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description!
made to order
Particular attention paid to
BOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
SISTERS COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, etc., ?Cr,
WILLIAM 8. HENEBET,
MACHINIS1 AND FO UND EB.
NO. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHAULESTON, S. C.
)H O M X IRON WORKS,
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO."
CA BI BRON Ac CO..
Engineers Boilermakers &c,
Nos. 4, 6. 8, 10 and 13 PRITCHARD-STREBTS,
(NEAB THE DEY DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE,
il CE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON Oil
Wc guarautoe to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and at as low rutes a
can hs bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 DAC 3mos
FROM 4 TU 350
horse power, lnciudins the
ce I corak-J Corliss ( nt-oft
Engines, Miie Valve Ma
tiouarv Engines. Portable
Engines, Au. Also, Circu?
lar Mnlav and Oang sew
Mills, Suzar Cane a ls,
-ba.tiDg Pulley?, Ac Lath
ami Miinglo Hills. Wheat
anil Corn Mills, Circulai
-aws Bellini;, Ac. Send
tor descriptive Circular ana
WOOD A MANN PTEAM ENGINE CO.,
'obruary 18 ernes Utica, New fork.
BONDED GOODS .
eo Tears, to be Sold at Auction,
Hector of the Port,
LOCK A. M., AT THIS CUSTOM HOUSE.
Fide. E. Umbolt Liverpool Ian. 3.
abe'.la E. C. Warn- Havana |Feb 10,
I bTslI I_I 1866.
C E Muslin
ft slue july 3, G, 8,
Drnfls, CfyrmiraU, (tic.
HEALING SALVE. -
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY; H AS EFFECTED
innumerable cures, ami h te g-iincd for its. Ir a great
reputation. Thc discoverer nf thia Salve bas applL d
itwitli eminent succei-s In thousands of cases dur?
ing tho Crimean War. and ha? cur#d dangerous
wounds, in manv caa? a conoid o red mortal.
MU. E. BERG is ibe so e possessor ot th? valuable
secret ol mabins tbis alvi>; from ..is experience in
using it in Europe and 'bo success attending ita ap?
plication there, lie ha? beoo induced to introduce it
into tue Ci.ited -tates IT i.El II-.VKS PalBI
lhoe ?ho have Wont da, bruises Cuts of all
kinda, ot ? res, tuions, Scratches Musquito Bites.
Fros. Hirten Joints, Kore Li s. ChUblai a. Children's
>cirbutic complaints on Head and Fa e, are t-pcedil>
cured. It has proved f great advantage to ladies,
and ls peculiarly adapted fur "altered breast?, ?ore
legp, Ac. through confinement; and other causes
It acts like magic in removing Boils Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and ba? been eucce-sfully
used for ('orna. Banio ia and Sor . Throat, by apply?
ing cxtrroal y ever; ?veui u before going to bed.
For sale by all druggist* Pri?e 26c. 69c., and $1
per Jar. Office. N >.260 B >wery, N. V. None genuine
UIJlea countersigned E. BERO'a DMVEttri.iL BUS
MIAN DEALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New
York._atoth ly_July 8
JJ H. R I C H A VS
ASE FOB NO OTHEB, TAKE NO OTHER, AND
yon will save time health and money.
tuto REWARD for any case of disease in any
stats which they fall to cure.
Dr. RICH \U'ri GOLDEN BALSAM No. teures
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Month, Sere
rye?, Cataneons or Skin Eruptions, copper colored
Blotches, - oren ea s of the Scalp, ric rot" J ia, Ac. ; la the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Pariner
known, removes all diaeaaes from the sy itara, and
leavea the blood pure and health v.
Dr. HIGH AD'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 eurea
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism In all lt?forms,
whether from mercury or other causea; gives Imme?
diate relief in all oases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous coree effected by theee Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, ?6 per bottle, or two bottles for
Dr. RICH AU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, peasant and radical cure for all Urinary De
ragementa, accompanied with full dlrectiona. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. BICHA?'ri GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR, a
ladlcafcure for Nervous or General Debility, In old
or > oung; imparting entrgv with wondeiful effect.
Price S6 per bottle, or two bottles for 19.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to any plac?. Prompt attention paid to aU correa
dents. None genuine without th* name of "Dr.
BICHAU'S GOLDEN BEMEDIES, D. B. BICHABDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown In glase of bot lea.
Address D B. RICHAKDS.
No. 228 Varlok-street, New York.
'Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Clrcu'ara aent ly _July 3
TUE BISHOP ?PILL I
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegeta We PU1 (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTAllV BISHOP Pill,
.Ts of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi*
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." 'The beet PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T H E Ml
49- All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them.
STANDARD PREFAB ATIONS
"Cottar's'* Mat, Roach. Ste., External's.
"Cottar's" Bed Bug Exterminator?.
"Costar'?" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only infallible Remedies known."
"18 year* established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell thctu."
For $1, $2, $3 and S6 sizes, Address
No. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Said in CHARLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN cfc CO.
March 2:i nao 'rr
(?"ODIUCII, WI9KMAN d? OO.,
Direct Importera of European Dni'/s and chemicals,
Mays stuthlvr CHARLESTON. S. C.
Q J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST.'PHILIP.
LCMBEB OF EVE Bx DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER.
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES]
also GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac., ron
etantl v on hand at the lo went market prices.
September 12 mth?lvt
flTILLIS * CHISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING AG BN TS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AM
8B1PMENT (to Foreign ?nd Dornende Portai Ol
-OXTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOBEe.
ATLsNTIO w ll A RF, Charleston, S. a
K. WILLIS.?. B. OHISOLM
rp U BUSINESS MEN.
Thi? SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
is ONE OF THE BEST PAPEBS IS THE UP?
COUNTRY; tms a large circulation, and aflorda su?
perior advantageata an advertising medium. Terms
low. Adoree DARB & f>TEEN,
February 29 Proprietor*.
Furniture of a Family leaving for the NortH?
Surf Eouie, Sullivan's leland.
KNOX, DALT & CO.,
No. 190 MeetiiiK-iLreet.
WUl sell IBIS DAT. athaif-paet i o'clock P. M".,.
Tba FORMIC BK contained In the abor? prev
nais- s comprising all the requisites tor a genteel*
faml j. Steamer Pocosin leaves Market Wbarf at 8>
o'clock P. M. Arrangements will be IE ade tar par?
tie - to return to the city late In the evening.
Articles to bo removed immediately alter sale.
Purchasers unknown to tho Auctioneer will be saws,
quir.-d to plve a deposit.
Te i ms cash. July 8
A Fine Dwelling, in Complete Order, near
W.T. LEITCH * R.S. BRUNS,
Will be Bold at Auction on 3.UESD >T, 13th July, af
the. Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That fine ihre . and a half story WOODEN DWEL?
LING (on brL'k basement.) witb three planas, situ?
ated on the north eide of Georgc-s reel, one door
from Kin?, Itnowu as No. 28. said premises con?
taius six square rooms, besides large attica, dressing
and bntb rooms; c'so, fine kiicben, stable and neces?
Thc above desirable premises is in fine order, the?
nme having been recently painted.
Lot measures-lcet in front by- feet in
"lotms-One-fourth cash; Valance in one, two and
three .tears, with interest, -ecun d by tond aodmort
gugo; property (o be in.ured and pOicy asalgnecf.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
SH lt MIFF'S SALK.
By virtue of a wntof Fieri Fac as, to me directed"
and dollvercd, (and with the consent of all parties;
concerned,) will bo i-old on TUESDAY, the Stir
day of Jul v next, on tb>- premises comer Of King
arid Ti add streets, at 13 o'clock M..
All tho right, title and interest ol the defendaal ia
the EN I IRK CONTENTS OF A GBOCiRx 8TORR.
Levied on and to be sold as tb - property of D.
Lilienthal & Co., al the eult of c. Sicrck & (io.
Terms cash. v.. W. ai. MACKEY,
Jans 28_marna_t?. 0. C.
In the Court of Probate-Jacob ll Kalb, AL
minittrator, vt. B. E. Watton ? D. J.
Thomas, et al.
In pursuance of a Decretal Order of I. N. Teague;
Probate Jndge. tn this cause, I will tell at Black?
ville, Barnwell County, s. C., on SaLBsDAY in
JOLT next, 1869. at public auction, .at the usual
hours ot ?ale,
Certain LOTS OB PARCELS OF LAND in the
Town of Blackville, situate, lying and being as fol?
lows: Two Lots rronfng on RaUroed-etreet, each 61
feet front br ISO feetdepth, on Block -O," No.T andr*
8; thies Lota on Block "0." Mos. 21,22 and 33. eaeaa
measuring 60 leet on Walker-street, by 200 net In
On these Lots are a floe hotel building, one tag*
drv goods and grocery storehouse, and three other,
smaller storehouses, and all the Lota are variable
for build ma sites.
Term i of Sale-Cash enough to pay the coats of
?ult, and the balance on a cred t until January the
first eighteen hundred and seventy-one, (UTIJk
with interest from date of purchase at seven past,
cent, per annum. Titles to be executed, but nor
delivered until the whole purchase money iapali,
and if not paid when dee, to be re sold for cain, at;
the risk of the former or first purchaser. The pur
chaser to give his bond to the Judge of Probate, Wt?
two or more good sure rles, to be approved br abu*
The purchase money, when due, to be paid int? da?
Court of Probate to abide ita further order. Pur?
chaser to pay for necees ar y papers ard stamp?,
sheriff"i Office, joue loth, W69.
Jane 28 7 N. O. W. WALK FR, Sheriff
GK KKK VIIXB AND COLIMBIARAIL-*
TREASURER'S OFFICE. >
COLUMBIA, H. C.. J crts 28, I860.)
NOTICE 13 HEBK8Y GIVEN IB AT TBE SIT
Months' Interest due 1st Joly, 1869, on the 8tete>
Guaranteed Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness?
of thia Company, will be paid-lesa Government
Tax-upon presentarlo i of tho Conpona.at the FIRST
NATIONAL BANK of CHABLE-.10N, 8. 0, and Uta
Carolina Natiooal Bank of Columbia, 6. 0.
The bix Months' Interest upon the First Mortgage*
Bonds of the Company, which have not been ex?
changed, due 1st J'dy, I860, 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,
CHER AW AND DARLINGTON RAIL?
TREASURER'S OFFICE, )
CHZBAW. 8. C., June 29,18 ?. f
THE COUPONS ON TBE SECOND MOBT0AG?
BONDS of thia Company, and the INTEREST
ON ITS CERTIFICATES OF INDEB1EDNE8H, bot?
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 faa
Che raw. I. B. MoTVEB, Treasurer.
June 29 S
?Lt Mu ftTOttf r RAILROAD.
TBE ATTENTION OF CONTRACTORS IS INVIT?
ED to tbe work of completing the Bine Ridge Rail?
road tn south Carolin?, from Anderson, south Caro?
lina, to Knoxville. Tennessee, a distance of one hun?
dred and fifty-two miles to build.
The Executive Committee of the Board of Direct?
ors ls prepared to enter into negotiations with res?
ponsible persons, who may desire to undertake ther
Payments will be made in their first mortgage (7)
per cent, bonds, principal and interest payable
in coln, having twenty years to run, secured by
the guarantee of the ntate of south Carolina, for th*
punctual payment of bota principal and interest.
1 he mortgage covers unencumbered property of th?
Company, which cost three aid a quarter million a of
dollars li gold, and embraces filty mile? of road com?
plete and in running order.
Detai'ed Eatim'?tes, Plans, Profiles aod Specifica?
tions will be ready for inspection by June i, ig69.
Meanwhile, approximate goan irles and other infor?
mation coneerninii tbe work may be obtained by ap?
plication to Colonel JAMES p. LOW, the Chief En?
gineer of the Co npany, or to the undersigned, at
Columbia, South Carolina.
R. K. SCOTT,
Chairman of Executive Committee.
N. B. Tho time for opening the blda for the ?in?
struction of thia Road is fixed for the 8th day of
JOLT next, a?, 12 M.. at Colombia, 8. C. Bids will be
received by the Execotive Committee up to that
dale. ll Jone 26
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'? OFFICE, ?
CHABLESTOir. 8. C., April 9, 1869. (_
ON AND AFTER SOTDAY. APRIL 11TH , TH?
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina BatV
road wlU run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.4.46 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Monte ornery, Memphis*
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery andi
Leave Ch arte-tot.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Ball
road, .nc Camden train
Leave Augusta.9.0G A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.S.10 P. AC
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. K.
Arrive at Charleston.613 P. V.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
' BU ND ?TS EXCEPTED.)
Leave Charleston.7.S0 P. K.
Arrive at Auirasta.Clo A- M.
Connecting with trama (or Memphis, Nashville*
and liew Orleans, vi* Grand Jonction.
leave Augusta.4.16 P. SC
Arrive at Cha:' rton.4.00 A. K.
COLOMBIA NIGHT tX PRESS,
Leave Charleston.6.06 P. H.
Arrive at Colombia.4.46 A. kL
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Green nile and
Leave columbia..5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charles??.B.S? A. kt.
SC MJIERVILLB TRAIN.
Leave Charles ton.S.SI P. V.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.(0 P. af.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. aa.
Arrive at Charleston.8.28 A. M
Camden and Columbi i Passenger Trails on Moa
DATS, WEDNESDAYS and SATUSDATS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at Kingvtfle.
eave Camden.#.6.86 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.lLiiO A. M.
Leave Columbia.... ..3 2?> P. M.
Arrive at Camden.1.05 P. IL
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General >"m>erintr?>d>ot.
OHA3IPOOING AND H.Altt-COTTlaO*
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send ordere to W. E. M ?BSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-etreet tap atatravj