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B. W. Grand Encampment, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto llnwmwowaW at 8 P. M.
Cincinnati, at 4 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Hook and Lid der No. L at - o'clock.
Cbartestoa' Mechanic ? xnety. at 8 P. M.
Freonsohaftabund, at ll A. M.
Niagara Fire Company, at 6 P. M.
THE NEWS is published every day in the year
?except Sunday, and will appear as usual
to-morrow (Tuesday) morning.
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THE PosTomcE will be opened to-day from ?
half-past five to half-past sn o'clock P. M.
MAN DROWNED.-It was reported on the
?jtxeets yesterday that a man named Norris,
while attempting to get on board the light?
ship at the har, fell overboard and wra
BALE dir NEW SOOTH CAROLINA WHK AT.-A
lot of new Sooth Carolina white wheat has been
?old here bj Mesara. J. D. Aiken, for $175 per
bushel. It WAS grown in Abbeville County,
So j tb. Carolina.
A HINT FOR DULL TUE'.-Take advantage
of the great reduction ia i rice i, and prepare
for the apjrja:hipg bustoisi stason by hav?
ing yonr ?Tob Printing neatly, expeditiously j
. id oheapy done at Taz NEWS Job Office, No.
119Eist Bay. ^
CHANGE or STEAMSHIP.-The steamship J.
W. Everman bas been temporarily withdrawn
to take the place of the steamship Sandford,
wrecked aft* Wilmington. Her place will be
taken by the Empire, which, with the Pro?
methaas, will run regularly between .Charles?
ton and Philadelphia. X -i JJ. '
Pru.-The alarm of fire sounded about half*
past 9 o'olock on Saturday ni,rb.'? last, ?ras oc?
casioned by the barning of a bank and some
bed-oto thing on the steamer Belief lying at Ac?
commodation wharf.. The Aro, supposed to be
the work of an incendiary, was extinguished
before much darr age waa done,
HARPER'S MAGAZINE.-The July number con?
tains an article on "Early JSronsats," Border
Jteminisoences, Making Watches by Mach n ny,
the con innaticu of a Brave Lady, by the au?
thor of John Halifax; several short stories, and
the asnal Book Table. B?cord of Current
Events, and Editor's Drawer. A good number.
Sold at Holmes' Book House.
INQUEST.-OD Saturday morning Coroner
Whiting held an inquest, at No. 8 Stoli's Alley,
o ver the body of Cyras Hoffman, the coto, dd
boy, who was drowned off Fraser's wharf on
Friday afternoon. The white boy who volun?
teered the information that Cyrus was shoved
into the water, yet could not give the name of
abe offender, nor the names of the witnesses
?whom he asserted could prove the charge,
testified Saturday, telling the same story
about the affair. The verdict of the jory was
that the deceased came to his death by drown?
A DESTERATE NEOBO.-Saturday nijrht, about
half-past 9 o'clock, the store of Messrs. Ber
fensse A Berkemeyer, No. 879 King-street, was
entered by three negroes, who deliberately walk?
ed behind the counter and attempted to force
open the money drawer with a knife. One of
the firm interfered and took the knife away,
int was severely bitten on the arm by one of
the negroes. Officers Lovett and Coates hap?
pening to pass near by heard of the t flair in
time to get to the atore and succeed in arrest?
ing one of the negroes. A crowd of negroes
assembled and threatened to mob the proprie?
tors of the store, and also to rescue the. pnso
aW, bot made no effort to carry ont their
THE CELEBRATION or TH a FOURTH OF JULY
wlH bi confined principally to .ho colored peo?
ple, who will have a grand demonstration at
White Point Garden. lhere will be several ex?
cursions an i balls by the citizens, as follows :
The s team jr Emilie trill make an exoorsion
.around the harbor, leaving Commercial wharf
at 6 P. at
The steamers of the Moaot Pleasant and Sul?
livan's Island Ferry will leave the city at half
past 8 and 19 A. M., and S and half-past 6 P.
M. Laave Mount Pleasant at 8 9 and half-past
ll A. M.; half-past 1, 6 and half-past 7 P. M.
Fox Sullivan's Island-Leave the city at half?
st 8 and 10 A. M.; 1, S and half-past 6 P. M.
Leave Sullivan's Island at half-past 7, half-post
9 and ll A. M.; 2. half-past 8 and 7 P. IC
The steamer St. Helena will make an excur?
sion around the harbor, leaving the Market
wharf at 4P. M. and returning at sunset.
. The Charleston Hook and Ladder Company,
No. 1, will have an excursion on the steamer
Belief, which will leave Accommodation whirt
at half-past 7 A. ll.
The anniversary meeting of the C.ncinnati
Society will be heid in tba Sonth Carolina hall
?j?Bfat 4 o'clock. The society will dine there at
f-'/ 'balf-naat Sd'cl?ck.
A-S A ball will be given at the Tien?ken Hill, at
Mount Pleasant, commencing at 2 P. M.
ELECTION or Omosas.-At a meeting of
Da? Lodge, No. 93, L O. B. B., held last even?
ing, the following offioera wera elected for the
ensuing term: President, B. Rice; Vice Presi?
dent, J. H. If. Cbumeceiro; Secretary, E.
Mantoue; Financial Secretary, A. Falk; Treas?
urer, I. Flaum; Monitor, A. A. Goldsmith; As
s st int Monitor. L. Pu'zel; "naide Guardian,
lu Kial; Outside Guardian, I. Jacobs.
A YACHT RAGS AT LAST.-We a.o gratified to
announce that the preliminaries for a yacht
raoe have at length boen definitely adjusted.
Tue race will take phc on the 24th ?EBI., and
tub yaehts Eleanor, Ella Anna and Maggie
Mitchell have already been enter d. The
entrance fee is one hundred dollars. We
trust that several other entries trill be made,
and tbat we shall have ss pleasant and as cl?
oting a erntest as tho ie which attracted so J
much attention last summer.
LOVE-A COSMOPOLITAN -THOT-PR?TENDED
Wira-PISTOL PRACTICE - ELOPEMENT-MAR?
RIAOS-IMPRISONMENT. -If reports be true
and reports are sometimes most accurate
there is a young maa in this city who has
figured in several love affairs; endeavored to
elope with a mulatto girl; bas been arrested
several times for theft; bas rec a a tly eloped and
been married; claims to b j from almost every
point laid do wu on the maps ; once asserted that
he was a colored man, and, to orown all, ia
now in jail, where he bas been before.
Ike name of this individual is suppressed
only on account of the confiding woman whom
he has recently entrapped into marriage, ano
throughout this account he will be styled F.
Borne months sinoe F. was arrested and ar?
raigned before Justice Mackey on the charge
of staling money. The prosecutor being a
resident of New Orleans, and nuable to await
."law's delay," the prosecution was dropped.
Not long after, according to renort F. court?
ed a mulatto girl, representing himself as a
colored mau-bis dark skin supporting his as?
sertion, fie attempted to elope with her, but
After this F. was arrested for stealing money
from the trunk ot a woman with whom he was
ou intimate terms. On this charee he was
committed to jail by Justice Mackey. There
he remained for a few days, when the woman
came to the Justice and represented herself as
the wife of F: The Justioe, of course, released
him, on the ground that a man oould not steal
from bis wife.
This affair over, F. turned his thoughts upen
marriage, detmuming to ''settle down." He
met a lady, wooed and won her. Her relatives
hearing stories detrimental to his character,
instituted inquiries, and were told that if they
called at Magistrate Mackey's office at a cer?
tain time they would be fully informed of the
charac er of the man in question. They did
not go to the appointed place, but sent for Offi?
cer Reed, who went to the house and told all
he knew about the man. The lady, woman 1
like, would not believe the man of her choice
to be anything else than what her fancy paint
od bim,and a few day's after Officer Reid's >i i
she eloped with F.. and married him. F. heard
that .he brother of bis wife bad made inqui?
ries regarding his character, and called upon
him Friday afternoon and threatened to mur?
der him. The brother fired two shots at F.,
who hu rr edly departed, unhurt.
Mr. Patrick Bligh, residing at No. 681 King
street, last week lost a watch,and having reason
to B aspect F., had him arrest xL Officers Phil*
ippy, Heed and Coates worked up the case, and
00 Saturday F. appeared before Justice Mackey 1
to answer the charge. He was arrested while
making preparations to leave for New York.
The justice offered to release F. if be would
give bonds m the sum of $500 to appear to
answer the charge on Tuesday next. He said
be could Ret the security; but after waiting
four hours failed to furnish it, and was commit?
ted to jail.
r F. has hailed from various points in New
York, North and South Carolina, and Louisiana,
Many persons think he is an Italian. Whatever
be is, the novelists are indebted to him for
laying the groundwork for a first class dune
THE STATE COURT, JULY 8- Hos. R. B.
CARPENTER PRESIDING.-Tho arguments in
the case of J. Evans Eldin g s vs. John Wright,
(the latter having purchased at a sal?by the
Master in Equity a tract of land on Edisto Isl?
and belonging to the former, but when he at?
tempted to take possession, a dispute arose as
to the limits of the property purchased, and
he was prosecuted for trespass.) were hoard is
this court Saturday. The jury awarded ten
dollars damages to the plaintiff.
The case of John Binns vs. the Western
Union Telegraph Comp my was heard on Sat.
ur lay, au the jory awarded to the plaintiff on s
bund.ed dollars damages.
It appears that some months since a tele?
gram waa sent from New York to Mr. Binns,
over the lines of the Western Union Company,
informing him of the state of the colton mar?
ket in that oity. ibo telegram arrived Ute
Sa turd ty afternoon, and the messenger started
with it to Mr. Binns' house. He mistook the
place and gare it to another person. The mis?
take was not discovered until Tuesday morn?
ing, and the telegram was then properly de?
livered. Mr. B. claimed that he was subjected
to loss by not receiving tho telegram in tim:,
and brought suit against the company for
about $7000 damages. There was testimony
introduced by the company, Saturday, showing
that the information contained in the telegram
to Mr. B. was received by several merchants at
half-past three o'clock Saturday, and was gen?
erally known before dark.
Tux CANDIDATES voa THE Cm Omcxs
Boxs or THEM MARE THE MAYOR LAUGH. -On
Saturday morning our reporter called upon the
Mayor for the parp?se of ascertaining the
names of the applicants for the city offices.
He courteously but firmly refused t J furnish
the names, saving: "Some of the applicants
might not like for the public to koow that they
have applied. Their names will not be read
bsfore Council on Tuesday night. We have
held a caucus, and selected the men that wc
want, and m Council I shall mention the office
co be filled, and call for nominations. Besides,
if these names are published it will make tho
public laugh-some of them make me laugh."
Tto Muyo- took the bundle of applications
and ca lcd off the various offices und tbe num?
ber of applications fir cac 1, as follows: For
Clerk of Council, three; City Sheriff, two; Clerk
of City Court, one; City Inspector, two; Flour
Inspector, two; City Pnysicians, four; lnspos
tors of Lumber, eleven; Keeper of Public Cern
etery, three; Coroner, one; Rucorlor, one;
Harbormaster, one; Gauger of Liquor, four;
Chimney Contractors, fiv>; Postwardeus,
seven; Assistant Assessor, one; [u-p:ctor of
Naval Stores, three; Tidal Drain Keepers, ten;
Phys xian of Orphan House, one.
The applicants who have regularly applier1,
and whose merits were oanvassed at th ? cau?
cus of the Pillsburyites on Friday night, are
sixty-two in number. Besides these, there are
about tbree hundred and fifty persons wi.o
have "hopes," and who have besieged thc
various Aldermen until their patience has been
exhausted. Ii will oe seen by the above list
that there are no applicants for the offices of
City 'treasurer, Assessor, Captain and Lieu?
tenants of Police, City Attorney, Jity Assessor,
Civil Engineer and City Registrar. It is re?
torted, and sreneral.y believed, that Major Wil
louehby will bu elected Chief of Police, and Mr.
E. Baynard Seabrook, City Attorney.
Pu BC HASE or TH a Mowat HoDBB BK :
Bo ABD or Tn KB E.-li will bo remembered t
ac tbe meeting of the Board of Trade bali
Wednesday nig ht last, MM ard. H. Cob ia, Pl
ident, A. H. Hayden, Vice-Pr?sident, D.
Fleming, E. W. Marshall, W. E. Byan,
Bischoff, and B. 8. Brana were appoint?
committee to carry ont tbe object of the Bo
to have a reading room aocesaible to strang
visiting the city, and for the nae of our a
chants. On Saturday tho committee pureba
for $12,000 the ' Mowry House," located
Meeting, one door south of Wsntwortb-strt
and now occupied by Dr. H. W. DeSausat
We learn that the committee will commence
an early day to make the arrangements for
reading-room, library, Ac. The building
admirably adapted for the parp?se, and wt
fitted np as it is intended to be, will mee
want long felt, and will also be an ornament
CRUMBS.-Tho Pillsburyites held a cant
Friday night until nearly one o'clock, and
ranged matters for the election to-morr
night. Tho Maokeyifes have also arra DR
affairs, and may verify lo their opponents t
truth that "the best laid schemes of mice a
men art gang aglee."
Tbs action of the Mayor in imprisoning t
two colored girls for insulting Biiey bj lou.
singing "Democrat Riley," elicited from Ct
a column of edi tonal protest in the bist M
The bathing of boys off Boyce's wharf, frc
which most of tbe yachting parties !ea\
should be stopped at once.
The onslanght of the police npon the do
will commence cn Tuesday. During the la
war npon the brutes, negroes took occisi?n
sling poisoned meat over into 3 ards m otd
to get rid of tho guardian of the house pi
parut orv to entering it at night. It. is to 1
hoped that a vigilant watci will be kept f
lt is understood that Alderman T. J. Mac
ty's speech to-Jay, at White Point Garden, w
be confined mainly to showing the progress
Mayor Pillsbury is expected to make a sho:
speech on the same stand with Alderm.
I. J. Mackey to-da> ; strange, but the Seri]
ture tells us that cha "Lion and lamb will 1
down together, and a child shall lead them."
The- sheriff's salea, advertised to take plac
to-day, have been postponed until to-moiroi
The ex-Federal officer, B. H. Manning, who;
sudden departure on the steamer Aspiu wall,
?hort time since, was duly chronicled in Ta
NEWS, with a brief account of his misdeed
' was shipped on the steamer as second mab
He remarked to a friend that he would hear c
a number of Btories about nts running off witt
out paying his debts, Ac., but that be must nc
There were only two oases of drunkennee
before the Mayor Saturday.
} . The semi-annual dividend of five dollars pe
sh ire, free of tax, declared by the Board c
Directors of the First National Bank c
Charleston, will be paid on and after to-moi
Saturday afternoon a drunken man wai
camed, face downward!, to tbe barracks
through the principal streets, by two police
men and a negro. Ha should have been carriec
in a wagon.
A meeting of the Executive Committee 0:
the State Agricultural and Mechanical Societ:
will be held in Columbia on the fourteenth 0
The negroes Bob. Lloyd, Abram Brown
Daniel Cox and Peter Highgrasi, whose
arrest by the detective forco for the crimes o
grand larceny and burglary have been men
tinned, were sentenced Saturday to imprison
ment in jail.
The chimes will, by order of the Mayor, tx
rung to-day from half-past four to half-past si:
o'clock, from twelve to one o'clock, and fron
six o'clock t J sundown.
The Mayor will not parade to-day with th?
colored men, bat will be at tbe battery will
The Council up to Saturday night had no
decided to be in the colored procession to-day,
Tbe members have bees informed that thej
would be denounced as Democrats if they did
not attend as a body, and they act with their
eyee open. The Mayor, when reminded 0
this on Saturday, said that he could'ot help it
he had been denounoed as snob often before.
Officers Nipson, Lovett and Mitchell, on Sat
urday, took a young girl, by request of hei
mo her, from the house of ill-fame kept by 1
Mrs, Shepherd, on Do?ean, near Corning
Stree'. This bouse is greatly complained of.
The First National Bank, People's N attona
Bank, and the office of the South C.irolioa Liar
and Trust Company will be closed to-day.
The dividend of fifty cents per share OB the
capital stock of the Charleston Gaslight Com?
pany will be paid on and after to-morrow.
The Republicans think that they should have
a daily paper in Charleston to represent theil
A banner will be presented to day to the
Union ttar Fire (colored) Company at the
corner of Bogard and St. Philip-street9.
It is reported that a barouche, with four
horses, has been secured for the Mayor and Al?
derman T. J. Mackey to ride in in the proces?
sion to day. Hardly trae.
Herr Lengel, the lion tamer, has so far re?
covered from his wound received from a lion in
New Orleans last April, as to be able to walk
about th J Pavilion Hotel, where he has been
confined to his bed for about ten days.
The United States flag was tang to the
breeze from the staff* of the City Hall and
Guardhouse yesterday in honor of the 4th.
The shipping generally displayed their bunt?
Officer W. T. Lovett, of the detective force,
will most probably be the next Clerk of the
Market. If he be as good a clerk as he ia a de?
tective, no one will regret his election.
The national salute was fired at twelve M.
yesterday from field pieces on Citadel Groen.
The steamer Emily, which me' ^s an excur?
sion around the harbor thia morning, will sail
from Commercial wharf instead of Atlantic
wharf, as first announced.
It is ieportcd that Alderman Geddings, with
other members of tho Council, held a caucus,
Saturday night. (?11 tho dark) on tbe step< of
tbe Fireproof Building, and res ?lved to vote
for Major Willoughby for Clerk* of Council, and
Mr. F. C. Milior f r City Inspector.
A 1 ttle white boy, who bas been playing
truant since Monday hst, was arrested by tbe
detectives, y sterday,, for being engaged in the
crowd that injured a white boy by throwing bim
overboard. Some think that it was only done
Yesterday morning, during the sermon of
Rev. Mr. Mouzon, at the Trinity Methodist
Church, a drunken soldier star cd towards the
pulpit and otherwise so misconducted himself
that he had to bs removed from the edifice by
force, Officer Lovett, wbo happened tobe pres?
ent, laking him in charge.
As the truck of Hook and Ladder Company,
No. 1, w? s bei op taken out of the bouse during
the alarm ot Uro Saturday night, the main pole
connecting the fore and hind wheels was snap?
ped, and will have to be repaired.
Tho colored fire companies will parade this
afternoon, but the Comet company will bo tbe
only one that will have their apparatus out.
Axe Company, No. 1, (colored) of Savannah,
arrived here last night, and wi ll participate in
i ho parade to-day.
A "typo"' was overcome by the heat, yester?
day, and had to be taken borne.
Tn B GEORGIA M?TDAL FTES AMD lon In SUB?
AN CK Co MP ANT. -Tbis company, now organized
and in fail operation in Macon, Ga., is com?
posed of gentlemen of integrity and means,
whose names arc doubtless as well known in
this Sute as in Georgia, where they command
the confidence of the whole community. The
company has a large paid up capital, and
promises to be oce of the most prosperous as
well as one of the most secure insurance com?
panies in the United States. Mr. J. G. Holmes,
Jr., No. 35 Broad-street, is the agent for South
Carolina, and will appoint local and travelling
T. O. O. F. -HOWARD LODOS, NO. 3.-At the
regular semi-annual meeting of this Lodge,
held on Thursday evening, the 1st instant, the
following officers were installed for the current
term, viz: Brothers 0. H. Eberhardt, P. G.;
F. W. Aroholter, N. G.; George W. Graver, V.
G. ; E. L. Terry, B. Secretary; J. E. Meyer, P.
8. and Treasurer; J. T. Forbes, R. H. 6. to
N. G.; J. C. H. Goetgen, L. H. 8. to N. G.;
W. F. 8urau. R. H. 8. to V. G.; J. 8. Loch
mann, L. H. P. to V. G.; W. F. Dunlap, C.;
Benjamin Rice, W.; H. Dullin, J. G.; T. N.
Brown, 0. G. Committee on Finance,-C. H.
Eberhardt, William F. Dunlap, J. T. Forbes,
J. Meitzler, J. M. Martin. Committee OD Edu?
cation-E. L. Terry,CF. Heucken, J. H. C.
Goeijeu. Committee on Charity-George Oopel,
0. D. Franke, C. Voigt. Committee on Burial
Ground at Macnolia-George H Graver.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, JOLT 3 AND i_Pavilion
BoteL-W. C. Hall, South Carolina; F. Schaffer,
Washington; C. Cooper, and James Borden.
South Carolina; ft A. McMillan, Kings tree;
J. H. Gofers, B. 8. Eastmead, G. W. Parish,
Savannah; A. P. Dutton, Steamship Sea Gull;
James W. Floyd, Steamship Saragossa; D. B.
8e?sioD3, Princeton, N. J.; Q. F. Pcndarvis,
Summerv.lle; R. H. Everman, New Jersey; 8.
B rotters, Coll eton; J. K. Darley, H. J. Marsh,
Fayetteville N. C.
Charleston Hoiel.-'W. C. Doyton, New York;
Jam OB P. Boyce, Greenville; E. A. Davis, Co?
lumbia; George E. Pengree, City; N. W. Hunt?
ing, Aiken; W. 0. Duncan, Virginia; C. H. Gra?
ver, City; E. Haile, Florida; F. B. Howard,
New York; J. 0. Gillett, Augusta; E. W. Buck?
er, Georgia; J. Y. Fowles, Newberry; J. A.
Pearce, United States Army.
THE FLORIDA STEAM LTXE-THE DICTATOR
AND Om POINT.-Tbis well managed line of
steamers, which have for several seasons past,
ran with so muoh promptitude and comfort to
the travelling public, from this city to Fernan?
dina, Jacksonville and Palatka, touching at
Savannah, consisting of the steamers Dictator,
Captain W. T. MoNelty, and City Point, Cap?
tain G. E. McMillan, are making great prepar?
ations to give inoreased facilities and accom?
modations to their numerous patrons during
the approaching business season. The Dictator
has been for several weeks in the hands of the
mechanics, and nothing that cm add to her
speed, safety and elegance has been spared,
and she will continue in command of that relia?
ble and higb-toned officer, Captain MoNelty,
assisted by an able corps of assistants, the
engineer department being in charge of that
skilful maohinist, Mr. A. W. Lockhart. This
steamer will take her place on the line by
leaving Charleston on Tuesday evening next.
The City Point, Captain McMillan, has been
withdrawn and will be in the hands of the me?
chanics for a short time, and will be placed in
first rate condition. These steamers form one
of the most successful steam lines on the coast,
and as they are managed by Captain L. M.
Coxetter, who is in all respects a first claas
office, the travelling po bl ie may positively
expect the boats to b? kept up to the first-class
standard. The agents in this city are Messrs.
J. D. Aiken & Co., who will be pleased to give
information tn reference to the Hue.
BANKRUPT CASES.-The following mattera in
bankruptcy were entered on the books of the
United States District Court Saturday :
In the case of Peter Dibble vs. A. Antills, a
petition to sell perishable property, the peti?
tion was granted.
Ia tbe case of C. B. Groover vs. Wm. Koota,
petition for examination, it was ordered that
an examination bs held before Registrar Car?
penter on the 9th of this month.
In the case of Fred. J. Sniitb vs. Fogarties
? Stillman, a petition for sale of real estate, it
was ordered that it be sold on the first Tuesday
In the case of Fred. J. Smith vs. Geo. Hoff,
man, the report of the sale of property by the
assignee was confirmed,
In the case of John Harvey, a petition for a
discharge, the petition was referred to Regis?
trar Carpenter, and a bearing ordered before
the con rc on the 23d of July.
lu the case of D. L. Turner vs. Moses P.
Walker, the assignee was ordered to publish a
notice calling upon all lien creditors to prove
their liens before Rsgiarrar C. J. Jaeger, at
Newberry, on or before the 15th of August.
Toe same order was entered in the cases of D.
C. Tompkins vs. A. J. bmyley, Tillman H.
Clark vs. A. J. Hughes, James P. Wells vs. Ar?
thur A. Glover.
In tho case ot Thomas J. Miller vs. Wm. Y.
Gray, a petition to pay counsel fees, the peti?
tion was referred to Registrar C. J. Jaeger.
The same disposition was made in the cases of
A. A. Glover vs. F. Y. Carwile, A. J. dmyley vs.
F. Y. Carwile, A. J. Hughes vs. W. J. Gray.
Tho petition of Alfred Raoul, for final dis?
charge in bankruptcy, was granted.
REMOVAL.-Messrs. Strauss St Vance have
removed to the store No. 149 Meeting-street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel, formerly occu?
pied by Messrs. Dewing, Thayer St Co.
THEES WILL be music, refreshments, and
fire works, at the Upper Ward ice cream gar?
den, in Nassau-street, to-nieht.
SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the advertise?
ment in another column of the Charleston
J B H BA RD, N. T. I W. J HEARD. NORFOLK.
C. W. T0T.N0. N. T. | F. E. OOODBIDOE, PORTSMOUTH.
KARU, YOUNG ? CO.,
PRODUCH COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ko. 847 Washing to n-rtreet,
NE W TORE.
8PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ME SALE OJ
EARLY VEOEOAELES, FRUITS,
REFEBENCES.-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reyne- ils A Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super,
intendent S. k R. Railroad, Portsmouth ; Colonel a
L. Fremont, E. E. Burrusi?, Esq., Wilmington: H.
K. Thurber A Co.. Lanahraa k Epbert, New Yoi?;
Bernard O'Neill, Charleston; Alexander k Russell,
efava&aab. ? 3 rn os_ Apr.'?
QfCKMPOOIHa AMD HAIK--CUTTING,
LADIES AND JBtLDhiLN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send ordere to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April li No, 31 Braid-street ?up stairs.)
JCT CttKAJCI ICE C II K AMI
THESE WILL BE ? U>10 AND AN ILLUMINA?
TION wilk Chinese Lanterns at the Upper Ward?
Iee Cream Os den, No. ii NASSAU 8TB?BT, Tara
EYXKIHO, July 5 MUK! - commencing at 8 o'clock.
A One String Baad la engaged. 1* Jul v 5
gOUTHKKt LANDS W AV'TKD.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 34 S' PISE-3TBEET, NEW YORK CITY.
TUE ABOVE FIRM HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for ihe Buy in? and Selling of
Soo them BEAL ESTATE, City and Country. They
have placed Hr. J. H. MORGAN (late of Charleston,
0. 0.,) at the bead of thia branch o? their business.
Parties wlahiog to sell property in the New Tork
market will find it to their advantage to address the
Mr. MOKOAN refers to Messrs. G. A. TSSKEOLM
A 80S. Charleston, S. 0.
June 7 nae Imo
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEES
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY.
STREET, ABOVE BAXTI MOKE-ST BEET,
STOUT'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATBS1
Improvement, including the Agraffe treble, iTorj
front?, and the Improved French Action, tully war?
ranted for uve years, with privilege of excbami*
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
gana always on hand fro aa $60 to 1300.
nansas?' WHO HATS or/a PIANOS rs uss:
General Robert g. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H HM, Charlotte, M. 0.
Governor John Le tc her, Lexington. Vs.
Messrs. B. Barwell Asens, Charlotte, N. 0., Fe?
C. B. Blddick, Female College, Klttren'a Spring*,
Bi ?hop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max 8trakoech, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charlas Spencer, Charleston, fl. c.
Send for a circular. Terms liberal.
Sijirts an. /nrHisrjiufl ?noba.
FINK WHITE SH I HTS.-THE CELE?
BRATED ST?R SHIRTS, tn aU sizes, ready
made or made to order, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetiug-ftreet. opposite the Market.
FANCY ST lt 1P KO PKKCALR Slim T>,
of the beat quality and in assorted pat terns, at
Gentlemen's Furulabing Store,
Meeting-street opposite the Market
INDIA GAUZE SHI HTS. Kit UH 34 TO
44 inches, at SCO I T'S
Qent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Meetiuff-street, opposite the Market.
LISLE TH ll E AU SH? HTS, WITH LONG
and short ttleercs, in all aizea and grade?, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
_jneedng-atroet, opposite the Market.
DU A WF.KS, IN LINEN ANO JEANS,
in all s'zes, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tb? Market.
GENTLEMAN'S LINEV AND PAl-EK
COLLARS-a specialty. Ihe beet stock, in
prioe, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles constantly on band, viz: Broadway, Vander?
bilt, Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Roz, Shakespeare,
Dickens, Boston Yacht Club. At
Gentlemen's Furniablug Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
p RA?'S PATENT MUCLOGD OKIh.Nl'
\JC COLLAR; alao the latest style Paper Collar,
called the K K Y-?TO SE, manufaciured by the Key?
stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'!) Furniph ne Store,
_Meetlog-street, opposite the Market.
T INEN AND PAPE H. CUFFS, IN ALL
JJ styles and sizes, At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
_Meetlrg-atreet, 0;>p sito the Market
HOSIERY -ENGLISH ANO GERMAN
HALF HOSE, lu Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-strpet. opuosite tho Market.
NECKTIES ANO C :: AVA . 8.-A FULL
line or the latest styles of NE K MES, CRA?
VATS, SCAB t's and Dow.-, Snnng Mocks snd Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOT I'd
Gentlemen's Furmehtng Store,
Meeting-stieet, opposite the Market.
HANDKERCHIEFS, IN LINEN ANO
SILK, ready hemmed for ?mmeHate use. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Meeting-street opposite the Market.
UMB HELLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk all aizd? and prices.
Gentlemen's Fa-ulalling Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
TBE "BADEN" PAPER
COLLAH 4( CUFFS.
? ''QUAKES CITY"
TH08. H. BLACKWELL.
No. m K I N G - S TR EE Tt
ONE DOOR BELOW MABKHX.
..P. P. D. "
DBA WER 3.
GLOVES, HOSIERY and
CN DER WEAR.
PERSONA WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
Unted wltb eire und ta?ie can bare their orders
promptly trued byleating them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each cass be
(pren as to the style of coloring preferred.
April 22 3mos?
J. SCH LE PEGRE LL,
No. 37 LTNE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVER? DESCRIPTION AM
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATBS,PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also GROOVE AND TONGUE BOABDS, Ac, COD
a an tl y on band at the loweat market prices.
September 12 rarbKlvr
T T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BOXDs. SB.
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 8 7 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. a
EH FE RENDES.
Hon. HE' BX 'OTST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esa.
General JAMaa CONNER, T. R. WARING, Efq.
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIE?
HATING FOLLY ORGANIZED OUR COMPANY
on a sure and permanent baila, an haring the
Comptroller's authority, we present to the Southern I
People what we b< lie ve to be one of the safest and best |
Lite Insomnes Companies ever established In the
F ou th ern Country. The Home Office is in Macon.
Georgia, where every dollar invested will remain in
our midst, lhe galaxy of names, given as dtreeton
and referees, is a sufficient guarantee of itself of the
fidelity with which this institut ca will be managed.
The capital ia sufficient to meet all losses in every
'Contingency. We earnestly appeal to oar citizens
everywhere to build up with ai tais structure for
the benefit of our loved ons J, oar homes, and our
Hundreds of thoasanla of dollars are yearly ab?
stracted from the pockets of our people, and camed
to foreign parts to enrich strangers who have but
little sympathy for us.
Can we not learn wisdom sod uss ear m sana to
enrich ou -eelvoa and beautify our homes ?
We will try and place, la every locality, polite and
em - tent Agents to trin?act the business of the Com?
pany And wo cordially Invite all desiring ar?nelas
in this Company to call on the Offlcors, at the office
building, near the Passenger Depot, In front of the
two hotels, on Fourth-street, where all matters of |
cetail will be cheerfully gi rea.
The profits will be entirely mutual after paying
six per cent to the Stockholders for amount of Stock
W J LAWTON, President.
J C MoBCR*?Y, Vt-je-President,
BJ LIGHTFOOT, .-eeretary.
BOA an or DIB Kerona.
A SUER AYRES, Fertiliser. Macon. Qa.
T C NI'BBT. Iron Founder, Macon, Oa.
a T JOHNSON, JTphnson. ?.amybed A Co., Whole?
sale Grocers. Macon, Qa.
JACKSON DEI.O ACHE, Carriage Depository. Macon,
JC McUTTRNEY, M&eon, Qa.
W J LAWTON, Lawton at Lawton, Macon, Qa.
I 'AVID T SIN GL ION, Planter, Eatoaton, Ga,
BIOHABD HOBBS, of Cruger A Co, cankers, Al?
DB. J AM KS F. BOZ5MAN, President Georgia Home
Insurance Company, columbus. Qa.
WALLACE CUMMING, Baaker, savannah. Ga.
M P STOVALU btovall ? Sutler, Augusts, Qa?
F ADAM8, Cashier Nahonal Bank, Athens, Gs.
T M BUBLOW, Americas, tia.
Harris A Bowell, Wilmington. N 0
General Augustus Youan. Charlotte, N 0.
Wm B Wright, Fayetteville. M C
John fl Moeum, Goldsboro", N 0
Wm M Lawton, Charlee 'on, 8 0
Jamei P Boyce, Pr?sident Theological Institute,
U nen ri 1 le. S 0
B Forman. D D, Newberry Courthouse, 8 0
JOB Dargan, D D, Sumter, S 0
8 T Atkin, Knoxville, leon
John M CN ?bb, President / as'srn Bank of E ufan?a,
Theodors usn la, President Louisville Insurance
and Banking Company, Louisville, Ky
Wm D Miller, Lynchbu'ir, Va
T 08Ferguson, Lynchburg, Va
D H Baldwin A Co, Nsw York
Golthwrlgbt, Kies A Semple, Montgomery, Ala
Ex-Governor J Q aborter. Eufaula, ala
ti L Warren, President Falls City National Bank,
Gordon, Owens A Stoke'. Abbeville, Ala
P H Pepper A Co. Mobile, Ala
Joalah Morris, Banker, Montgomery, Ala
Hugh Mccoll, Commissioaer, New orleans. La
Wood. Low A Ludwlgsso, New Orleans. La
Noble A Brothers. Iron Works, Rome Ga
General A R Lawton, havannah, Ga
General A H Colqultt. Baker County, Ga
1 bomas fl Willingham, Dougherty County, Ga
James Call?way, Atlanta, Ga
colonel Lather J Glenn, Atlanta, Qa
Dr T W Keen, salisbury, N U
Major W M Robbins, Attorney at Law, Salisbury,
Colonel C F Low, Merchant. Lexington, N C
James floau, Keq, Merchant, Greensboro', N 0
Hon E G Reade, supreme Court Judge, Boxboro',
Hon C 8 Winstead. Roxboro', N C
B P Williamson, wholesale Grocer, Raleigh, N C
J P Dillingbam, Newbern, Mt:
Robert lhompson, Esc., Wholesale- Grocer, N Ban?
ville, Tennesse* ?
Hon John krakln, Judge C S Court, Atlanta, Ga.
J. CL HOLMKS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local ?D' Travelling agents Wanted in all parts of
the bta'e. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tions to be made to J. G. HOLMES. Jr., General
Agent, No. 35 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
Joly 5 nao _mwf
?1 It A F T S M E .\i ' S
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
Office t Park Banst Building, Kern. 814
and 916 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, vice-President.
HEN BY BrXDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHBEY8,
Agent for State of Booth Carolina,
Office No. 37 Broad-street.
J. B, BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
MST SUB-AGENTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHREY j, General
Agent m December T
CHEV lt EUX,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT.
Corner .Ueeiing-strect and Horlbeck's
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly.
July 1 thm?moa
yyiLMS di CH is OLM.
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURO BABE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Portai si
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOKES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. 0.
?. WILLIS.A. B. CHISOLM
JOHN O. ALEXA fi DEK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
Ho. 18 Bsroad-atreet,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
J CS UN ii ACCOUNTS Ot Merchants snd others,
and In WRITINB UP AND PONTING their BOO Eb,
either in part ur whole. Ac .. Janaary >
J i ICE? Ki OI.yJOHM OI LL
J? \ O X ?i G 1 li li,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 123 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONsir.VMEV is Of COI ION. EICK, Ac. RH
Mi: - I ia'i LY so!.iii jd. ;:u I liberal advances raade
t.iereoo. Orders for OURS and BACON proraotly
executed witb e ire and attention. Hmo* Ma* Li
g li ll A lt U DA li V ,
GENERAL COMillSSION MERCHANT,
No. 89 Warren street,
AT IP TOKE.
PERSONAL ATTENTION UIYEN TO THE PCB
CHASE of all kinds ot MfcBCHrNMSE. Boot?,
.ihoes. Bats, Ca.? ind TruuB?, aid Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds ot Staple Articles ind
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns gua-auteed.
Lair of Charleston. 8. 0.
mi-WeeXly ^rico Currents tent free by post.
Janna rv SM_rt?c_Tn"?
J_?OLiittE8 Ai .MACHETH.
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, b. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS:, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Wi? atttenJ to Renting and ^ Heeling of Men's
and purchase and sale ot Sioc-.-, Bonds, Oold,
Stiver and Real Estate.
To tbe Purchase ot Goods and Supplies for parlies
in th . country upon reasonable terms.
GEOB'E L. ii ot in s.AtEXASO?S Macer., u.
Janaary 1 lyr
SHERJkTf-'tf ?AL?- .
In the Court of Probate-Jacob II Kmih, Ad.
minis tr a ter, Vt. B. M. Watton f D, J.
Tkomat. et al.
Ia parar?an oe of ? Decretal Order of LK Teague,
Probate Judge, in mis canse, I will sell at Black?
ville, Barnwell Countv, 8. C., on - -.La^D.ir. ha
?DXT next, i860, at public auction..at the anal
boura ot -ale.
Certain LOIS ORPABCEL8 OF UND In ike
Town of Blackville, situate lying and be ug as for
lowe: Two Lote troni'ng on RaUtO*d-etr**t, each?#
fret front ov 150 f*etdei> h, on Block .O," No* an?
8; tme<i Leta on Block"O .. hos. 21 22 and 2S, eaoJb
measuring ?50 leet on Walker-a.reet. br 200 Jest fa
On these Leta are a flue hotel building one atna
dry goods and grocery storehouse si>d three other
smaller storehouses, and all the Lots are valuable
for building eites.
Term? of Sale-Cash enough to pay the casta of*
suit, and the balance on a cred t uno, January the
urst eighteen hundred and seventy-one. - ?8TLI
with interest from date of purchase at. aeren pee
cent per annum. Utica to be executed, bat not
delivered until the whole purchase money la paid,
and if not paid when dee. to be re s-id tai cash, at
the risk of the former or first purchaser. lb?, pur?
chaser to sive bis bond to tbe Judge ot Probate, wi tb
two or more good anro'ies, to be approved br bim,
T he purchase money, when due, to be paid inte tba
Court of Probate to abide its further order. Pur?
chaser to pay for necessary papa, s ard stamps,
rheriffa Office, Jone luth, 1889.
Jane? T N; O. W. WALK'B SbarJ?T.
C^t H EE I* VILLE A ND CO LU MB IA RAIL
X BOiD COMPANY; ,
TREAaUKrRV Oi-r [CK. 1
COLUMBIA, H. C. Jens 28, 1869. j _
NOTICE I-? HtlREBE GIVEN ifl*T THE Ulai
Months' Interest due lat July, 1880, oaths beata?
Guaranteed Bonds and Oer Uno? toe of IndeMeAotaav
of this Company, will be paid-less Ooveipsaeat
Tax-upon presantatio ot the . ou, ODS st the FIRST
NATIONAL BANS of CH ? BLI- JOIN, a. c.. and tho
Carolina Nahocal Rank of Columbia. H. O-. i
Tbs .-ix Months' Interest nuon the First Mortgagw
Bonds of the Company, which have not besa ex?
change J. due 1st J dy, 1869. will be paid at tneOaae?
of the Company, m Conimbla, H.'C., upon presenta?
tion of tbs Bond. J. Q. ED WARD 8,
June 30 6
j?LUE HlOGE RAILROAD.
THE ATTENTION OF CONTRACTORS 18 INVIT?
ED to tbe work of completing tbe Bine Bita Batt?
reid in south Carolina, from Anderson, sonia caro?
lina, to Knoxville, Tennessee, a distance of oas huav
dred and fifty-two milles to build.
The Executive Committee of the Board of Direea
ora is prepared to enter into negottxtloas witt raw
poDsibls persons, who may desire to nnisrtaksjks,
Payments wiTi be made tn their first mortgage (V)
per cent, bonds, principal and tntarsef payable
in colo, having twenty years to run? ??cvr*d br
the guarantee of the .-itate of south Carolina for tiri
punctual payment of both principal and (a ha issi.
The mortgage covers unencumbered property of th*
Company, wbich cost three aid a quarter rc Huons of
dollars io gold, and embraces fifty miles of road com?
plete and lnrnnning order, i . -,
De tai ed Eadm-tes. Plans, Profiles and spedflca
tlona will be readv for inspection by Jen T, 1969.
Meanwhile, approximate qian Ides and olaauaftav
maUon concerning the work may be obtained by ap?
plication to Colonel JAME? P. LOW, the Chief En
gneer of the Company, orto the undesigned, at
jlumbta, South Carotina. &
B. K. SCOTT. " a .
Chairman of Execotlve ( ommirtee.
N. B. The time for opening the bids for the con?
struction of thia Road ia fixed for the 8th dav sf
Jcxi next, ai 12 M.. at Columbia, 8. C. Btds W?lbe
recelved by the Executive Committee up to thai
date._ ll_Jane? '
IOUTH CAROLINA RAI LRU AU.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICX, I '
Cn ABLEST? 8. C., April 9, 1899. lg
ON AND APT EB SUNDAY. APB IL 11TH, TH?
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Oarobra BaaV
road will run aa foUows :
Leave Charleston.8.19 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.,.Ail P. M.
Connecting with tra?na for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and.
Grand Junction. ii
Leave Charleston.8. so A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.9.10 P. M.
Connecting with WUrning'on and Manchester BaH
road, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta.9.90 A. BL
Arrive at Charleston.a.IO P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 45 i. at.
Arrive st Charleston.9.10 P. M,
AUGUSTA NIGHT EZPBE88
I SC SPAYS EIC RITED. I I
Leave Charleston.7.90 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.110 A. M.
Connecting with trams tor Memphis, NathrlUa
and flew Orleans, vis Grand Junction. '
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
arrive at charleston.LOO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS,
Leave Charleston.9.09 P. M.
Arrive at Colombia.LAS A. M.
Connecting i sundays excepted) with Greenville sal
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
arrive st Charleston.9.90 A. M.
Sr MM KR VILLE THAIN.
Leave Charleston.8.91 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. S.iO P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.19 a. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.39 A. M.
Camden and columbi . Ps >. sensor Traita ca Maw?
DAYS, WEI SE8DAT8 and SATTJHDATS, connects wiall
up and down Day Pasaeogers at Kin grille.
Leave Camden.6.3* A. H.
arrive at Columbia.lLoo A. V.
Leave Columbia......2-20 PJf.
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General RuoenntendeuL
PAKKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
Ain> ALL CIS LAS ZS Of TH*
STOMACH ABD LITER.
TEXT AJLX EXconrarms BT TAI
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TORE.
CEZKIST ANO AP0THKA1T,
C H A ll L E S T O N, S.C.
.St-i'or Sale by Druggists Everyfti er*J%kW
i-tu.u-i > ii mwflyr
g T . o ii o ii D H trrir?7r~~~
THIS NEW AND COMMOLIOU8 BOU8I, LOCAT?
ED comer ot Broadway and Forty-eaoond-arroet,
possesses advantages over all other honaes for th? ac?
commodation ui its guests. It was built expressly
for ? first-class family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, bested hy steam-arith hot
and cold w .ter. and furnished second to nose; while
tbe culinary department ls ia the most experienced
banda, affording guests an unequalled tabla,
One of Atwood's Patent Elevator? is also among;
the "modern improvement*" and at theaervioeef
guests at all boars.
The Broadway and University Floe- Can paea th?
door everv four minutes, running from tbs City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth sud * even (A
Avenue I nea ara but a short block on either akas,
afiordlng ample facilities for communicating with au
the depots, steamboat landings, ol?ese of sause?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
m O KU. ?i HOLL fc. Y iToprietore. .
March 12 ?ma*
No. 34 Broad-street,
COLLECIOB OF d-ESTS
PF 4L BS TA TE AGENT.
April 10 Broth ?ta ?a