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MEETINGS TBIS DAY.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Delta Lodge' of Perfection, at 8 P. M.
Jefferson Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Hi binna a Society, ; at 8 P. M.
Freundsohaltsbund, at 3 P. M.
Steam Fire Company of Azmen, at 8 P. 1
Vigilant Fire Company at 8 P. M.
Hook and Ladder No. 1, at half-past 7 P. H.
AUCTION 8ALES TBIS DAY.
T. H. CATEB will sell at three-quarters
past 9 o'clock, at his store, butter, bacon, Ac.
G. W. STETTENS will sell at halt-past 9 J
o'clock, at his store, baiter, flour. Ac.
Sheriff E. W. M. MACKEY will sell st ll
o'clock, st the Cosan ho use, real es ate ; and at
12 o'clock, at the corner of Trodd and King
streets, contents of a grocery store.
LAUSET & ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, hann, butter, Ac.
SUDDEN DEATH.-Yesterday mornings young
lady, Viss Maggie R. Lee. died very suddenly
st her place of abode, near the corner of Ju?
dith and Elizabeth-streets. She attended
church the day before, was in perfect health,
and retired with her sister at the usual hour.
Yesterday morning, her sister on waking,
found her companion, as she supposed, sleep?
ing soundly, and then made no attempt to
arouse her, but in dois g so s short time after,
was horrified to find that she was dead.
NOTA BAST-San-ay night one of the color?
ed policemen reported to the polio* barracks
that be discovered the body of a white infant
in Spring-street. He went back and stuck %
1 got over the spot and stood guard all night,
in order to keep the body undisturbed until
the Coroner could see it. Daylight came, and
much to the disgust of the "colored star" he
found that he had been wat oh in g a bundle of
HOTEL ARRIVALS, JOLT 5.-Pavilion Hotel.
49. Brothers, Colleton; J. E. Darley, H. L
. Maren, Fayetteville. N. C.; JD. Powell, J. F.
Beckman, South Carolina; C. H. Wright, Beau- J
.' tort, t?. C.
Charleston Hold.-A.. W. Rhea, Kingsville,
Tenn.; G. Burroughs, U. S. A.; W. W. Screws,
Montgomery, Ala.; J. W. Anderson, Savannah;
W. D. Palmer, J. A. Balaton, Ma con ; F. Sewell,
Ohio; J. Soharmaker, Philadelphia; W. W.
v SPENDCTO TOO MUCH MONET.-Yesterday, a
maa in the employ of the proprietor of the
American Hotel was arrested by Officers Coates
and Quinn, on the charge of appropriating
other people's money to"bis own use. He
. -came t) this country about nine months ago,
and was immediately employed at the above
mentioned place. Hts wages np to this time
amounted to 1140, but he had spent $280 in
clothing, bas $75 n bank, and had $3*1 in his
pocket when arrested.
"TEE FOURTH" was not celebrated by the
citiz3Qs generally, and but for tbe closed
.stores, tree display of bunting by the ships
and from the public buildings, there was very
little to mark the Ninety-third Anniversary of |
American Independence. Hook and Ladder
Company, No. 1, had a pleasant excursion on
tbe steamer Belief, and a large number of ci ti
sens availed tbemslvea of the opportunity to
.sail around the harbor on the steamers Emilie,
flt. Helena and the Dictator. The Cincinnati
. 8 joiety had a pleasan t dinner. To the citizens
generally, however, the day passed as dj all
CBUMBS.-Alderman T. J. Mackey 'a oration
on the Battery, yesterday, will be published in
Nine eases of drunkenness were disposed of
by the Mayor yesterday. The off in dem were
r let off easily in consideration of tho fact that
it was the ' Fourth. '*
. Alderman T. J. Mackey, on being told that it
Was somewhat strange''that he aud the Hat or
should ride together, remarked that it cou'd-.rt
be helped, as there was bat the one carriage
provided for them.
It is somewhat remarkable that in the speech
cf Alderman Mackey to the negroes, yesterday,
there was not one a lias iou to Republicanism.
The drunken so. di er. who disturbed the
Trinity Church congregation on Sunday morn?
ing last, was flood $5 by the Mayor yesterday.
Two woman had a set-to on Pitt-etreet, Sun?
day afternoon, and one, Betsy McBride, was
badly beaten over the h sad. Her assailant was
sent to jail for ten days, by the Mayor, yester?
The negro women and men who live in a
little wooden shanty oo King just above Broad
street, are much complained of by tbe people
.Jiving in the vicinity.
The installation of officers of the Jefferson
Lxlge, I. O. O. F., will take place at Gdd
Fellows' Hall, at 8 o'clock to-night. Tbe mem?
bers and ladies are invited to attend.
' Fair Play," a correspondent, informs os
that Wm. N- Taft, who is a candidate for the
position of Captain of Police, was not a lieu?
tenant of tbe Third Bbode Island Battery, as
was reported but was only a corporal in the
United States army.
A soldier waa badly bealeo by three negroes
jfestorday. The negroes were arrested.
' The British and Prussian counsuls yesterday
?displayed the flags ot their respective nations.
"THE DAT WE CELEBRATE."
PABA.DE OF COLORID SOLDIERS. LOYAL
LEAGUE, BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES AND
FIRS M RN-THE LEADERS 07 THE COUN?
CIL FACTIONS RIDE TOGETHER-TH&Y
HAVE A FALLING OUT.
"Kev." Wm. H. Brown Thanks Oed
that tho Colored People Havre ?he
IA hite? Down 1B the Omet and their
Feet ?poa their A eeks- Alderman
Maeuey'? Speech, dee., die.
"The day we celebrate" is over, and if Impe?
rialism or anything else will prevent another,
this Local sincerely h pee that we may have at
least a modicum of the prevention.
For months back the colored people hare
been making preparations to celebrate the
ninety-third "Anniversary of American Inde?
pendence," which culminated yesterday in
what they would call a grand demonstration.
But really it wis not on as a lar pe a scale as
any of the celebrations they have inflicted upon
themselves since the "Day of Jubilee" came.
Early yesterday morning the celebrationists
were aroused to their dnties by the chimes of
St. Michael':). About six o'clock the volunteer
compames commenced to parade, and contin?
ued to do so until half-past eight o'clock, much
to the admiration of the yourie, girls, but to the
disgust of the dames, who had st?nde- with
refreshment?,and wanted them to atc; nd
THE MA SCH.
About half-past nine, the African Bines, Lin?
coln Licht Infantry, Lmcoln Republican
Guards, DeLaney Guards, Masons, Loyal
League, St. Peter's Benevolent Society, about
a hundred colored and lour white otiizans were
gotten into line at the corner of Calhoun and
Meeting streets. At twenty minutes past nine
the line moved dowa Meerie? to Calhoun, down
Calhoun to King, down Kins: to Wentworth,
through Wentworth to Meeting, down Meeting
to Queen, through Qeeen to East Bay, down
East Bay to the Battery, in the following order:
L. I. Wolf, with cocked bat, sword, yellow
topped boots, and an extraordinary amount of
self-importance; a drum corps; four companies
of soldiers, variously uniformed, and armed
with flint locks, smooth and rifle bore guns; a
Masonic society; the Loyal League; the St.
Peter's Benevolent Society, and about one hun?
dred colored citizens, all on foot. The four
white men who starte j with the line did not
remain long; two bolted at the Charleston
Hotel and the other tiro ac the coiner of Queen
and Meeting streets. The fact that they are
unknown to bm? prevented the appearance of
their names in this connect ion; no one Knew
them. Marshal Wolf had several assistants,
all colored and all mounted; among them was
OCCUPANTS OF THE CARRIAGES.
Just in rear of the drum corps were three
carriages, the first ot which bad four horses.
In tbis were Mayor Pillsbury, Aldermen T. J.
Mackey and E. W. M. Mackey, and A. J. Ban
sier, colored. The second carriage was occu?
pied by F. C MUler, County Commissioner;
"Rev." W. H. Brown, colored; Arthur Mackey,
and Magistrate J. G. Mackey. The third by
Masistrate Bunch, Geo. A. Richmond aud two
AT THE BATTERY
The line was marched inside tho enclosure and
the ranks opened, through which the marshal
and aides and the occupants of the carriages
passed to the platform which had been erected
about the centre of the grounds. After which,
there was a general breaking of ranks, and the
large mass of men, women and children
thronged around the platform, which was an
ordinary structure covered with United States
flags. On it we noticed Mayor Pillsbury, Al?
dermen T. J. and E. W. t?. Mackey, Greene, Bar?
row, and E. P. Wall, colored, Major Willoughby,
F. C. Miller, Arthur Mackey, Magistrates J. G.
Mackey, Bunch, DeLarge, colored. Misbaw,
colored, Marshal Wolf, "Rev." Brown, colored,
Sam Dickerson, colored, General Wm. Gur?
ney, W. T. Oliver, colored, Peter Robinson, col?
ored, J. B. Mushington, colored, A. B. Taft,
white, Geo. A. Richmond, white, and his wife,
the latter of whom was not present at the first,
of the proceedings, but was Bent for and oc?
cupied a seat on the platform until they were
THE OFFICXBS OF THE M RUTING
Were announced from the stand by Magistrate
Mishaw, shortly after the arrival of the pro?
cession. They are as follows : President, A.
J. Banaler, colored ; Vire-Presidenta, E. W. M.
Mackey, D. H. Chamberlain,?. C. Miller, Robe
James, David Barrow, J. J. Mackey, A. C.
Bichmond, J. B. Dennis, W. N. Taft, A. M.
Mackey, James Greene, B. C. Harris, whites;
H. M. Mishaw, B. C. DeLarge, Robt. Howard,
Wm. Oliver, E. P. Wau, J. M. Adams, W. R.
Mitchell, John Merris. L. F. Wall, J. D. Robin?
son, Peter Ashe, Thos. Holmes; colored. Sec?
retaries, W. J. Ballentino. J. T. Milligan, C. W.
Graves, whites; H. Maxwell, H. N. Grant.Wm.
H. Birney, R. B. Artsons, John YanderpooL J.
B. Mushington, H. G. Thomas, J. B. Plum
mean, J. P. Howard, colored,
Were commenoed with prayer by "Bev." W. H.
Brown, colored, who was introduced by the
president. Brown, during bis prayer, said
that he thanked God who had made the color?
ed people free after two hundred and fifty years
of bondage, and bad p lao od them in triumph
over the white men; that the "colored people
now had the white men down in the dust and
their feet upon their ne .-ks."
8. Dickerson, colored, was introduced imme?
diately after the prayer, and in a bungling
manner read the Declaration of Independence.
When he came to the clause, "all men being
born free and equal," he read it with great em?
phasis, the drums rolled and the reader waited
for applausa, which was not given.
At the conolomon of the reading, and about
half-past eleven o'clock, Alderman T. J. Mac?
key, the orator of the day, waa introduced.
The speaker commenoed by saying that how?
ever remote be tbe period of history which
narrates tbe performance of brillia ut achieve?
ments, the recital calls it aeaiu into life and
action. Tho record ol deeds of rtnown finds
a generous welcome in the human heart. Thc
distant mingles with tho present, and we in
kindle on tbe altar of the past the flame which
is to light ns to greatness in the future. If
such bethe effect of remote narration, spring?
ing from mere historic interest, how much
more deep and positive should be the result cf
such as concerna events in which our own
rights and liberties were founded-or triumphs
which our ancestors achieved and bequeathed
tbe inestimable benefits to us.
1 he speaker then gave a running sketch of
the incidents connected with the Revolution?
ary war, commencing with the repulse of Sir
Hyde Parker's fleet by the gunners of Fort
Moultrie. Buring thia sketch be read tho fol?
lowing excerpt from a letter written by Gene?
ral Greene to Alexander Hamilton, regarding
affairs in South Carolina during tho Revolu?
tionary war: -'Thero is nothing but murder
and devastation in every quarter. There is no
such thing as national character. The inhabi?
tants are numerous, but they would lather be
formidable abroad than at home. But (here's
a great spirit of enterprise among the black peo ?
pie, and those that come out as coluideers are
not a lutte formidable to the enemy."- [Italics
He concluded aa follows:
.'Felioic-cilizens: The record of the events that
we celebrate to-day, viewed in the light of the
present, carries with-it thoughts of cheering
congratulation and instructive admonition.
"Happy are we that we are citizens ot a free
and great republic, whose flag is the symbol
of power upon every sea, and of dignity and
honor in every land !
"Let us rememb r that the true glory and
greatness of our country, and the only solid
foundation upon which its prosperity can rest,
are the virtue and intelligence of the people.
The achievement of libeity is easier than its
preservation ; the one may result from the
weakness of your enemy, the other must de?
pend Bolely upon your own moral strength.
Let us remember, above all, that the path of
duty is the only path ot honor.
"As the shepherds ot Arabia,when the storm
threatens, seek shelter beneatn the palm, let
us amid fore.en war, or domestic treason,cling
close to the flag of the Union, and let it be to
na as were the moving symbols of bis Qod to
the Israelite of old, A pillow of cloud by day
and ot Are by night.
"A fe.v years ago there was to be seen in
the City of Paris a veteran soldier of the wars
of tbe great Napoleon. In speaking of tho
two hundred battles through which he had
borne the eagles of Franco victorious, he de?
scribed the last groat battle in which went
down forever the foundered fortunes o? bis
mighty chief, and he exclaimed with exult int
voice and beaming ese, 'I fired the last gun
at Waterloo 1*
"Thus, fellow-citizens, if American liberty is
ever to disappear from this continent; if the
great charter of American ri st hts, tho consti?
tution, is to fall, let tho future historian write
of the loyal freemen of South Carolina, that
they fired the last gun in defence of the Amer
icm Union, an i may that Union, Uko the day
we celebrate, be immortal !"
There was very little attention paid to the
oration, the assemblage collecting into small
groups and discussing in a loud tone any and
every subject that was presented. Some twenty
or moro of the malos coiled up under the
stand and went to aleeo. The oration was not
of the kind to suit the tastes of tho colored
people; there was no praiso of them, no ap?
peals to their passions, no harangue about
social equality and their fitness for office.
CLOSE OF THE EXERCISES.
There appeared to be no disposition on the
part of the colored people to liat?n to more
speeches, and those present who were "cocked
and primed'* did not go off; but the audience
did, without any regard to order or respect to
those who had earnestly labored to get up tbe
celebration. On and around the Battery there
could not have been less thaa eight or nine
thousand colored people, one twentieth Dart of
whom were engaged in soiling refreshments,
occupying every available toot of ground on
and about tho grounds. Some of the dealers
put up and occupied their stands on Saturday.
THE LEADERS HAVE A FALI.Iyo orr.
As soon as the audience dispersed, the May?
or and Alderman T. J. Mackey, with others,
resumed their seats in the carriages and were
driven rapidly up tho street. ?8 the carriage
containing tho rival leaders was passing the
Circular Church, a wheel broke and the occu?
pants were thrown into the street, but sus?
tained no damage.
PARADE OF THE FIREMEN.
In the afternoon the colored fire companies
paraded through the principal streets, con
darting themselves ina very orderly manner,
and presenting quite an attractive appearance.
They marched in tho following order: Axe
Coonany, No. 1, of Sivannah; Ashley Com?
pany, Comet, parading one hundred and ten
men, with their engine and hose reel; Promp?
titude Company, Niagara Company, United
Company, and Prudence Company * This
parade wound up the exercises ot tho day with
the colored people, who appeared to enjoy
so., AC, ac.
During the day the colored people generally
conducted themselves in au orderly manner,
and but three or tour breaches of the peace
had been reported up to a late hour last even?
ing. It 's somewhat remarkable, and greatly
to their credit, that there were so few cases of
drunkenness among them.
SAD AFFAIR-SEDUCTION or A YOUNO G ERL BT
HEB BROTHER-IN-LAW.-About twelve o'clock
on Saturday morning last, a man, (whose name
with that of the young girl is suppressed for
obvious reasons, but whom we shall designate
as R.,) apparently about thirty-five years of
age, accompanied by a girl not more than six?
teen years of age, put up at the Waverley
House on King-street, representing thomselves
as man and wife. It was ?emarked that the
girl appeared to be too yoong for his wife, but
no suspicion that she was otherwise than was
represonted entered the minds of any who ob?
served and commented upon ber girlish looks.
About nine o'clock Sunday morning Captain
Hendricks, Chief of Police, received a tele?
gram from Fayetteville, North Carolina, an?
nouncing the elopement of a married man with
his sister-in-law, and requesting him to be on
the look out, as lt was thought that the couple
had come to ibis place. A description of tbe
parties accompanied the request. Captain
Hendricks detailed Officer Reed to work up the
case. Arter some little, but very shrewd investi?
gation, he found the couple, and arrested them.
The girl was sent homo by the Northeastern
Railroad yesterday morning. The villain who
had ruined her is for tbe present allowed to
escape the punishment he so richly deserves.
He is represented to bc a handsome man with a
winning address. Ihe girl is nnusomliy pretty.
ti. some years since married the oldest of
three sisters in one of the most respectable
families in Fayetteville. She died shortly after
marriage, and, after a reasonable length of
time, he married the next oldest, who is still
living, and hia borne several children to bim.
While thus situated he corrupted the youngest
Bister, and about a week ago ran off with her.
As soon as the elopement was known there was
great excitement in Fayetteville, and the citi?
zens subscribed liberally to defray the exponaos
of* a party organizad to pursue the villain and
rescuo ''is dupo f -uni his clutches. The porty
went to Augusta. Atlanta and otbor places, but
hoard nothing of I nom until their arrest here
Tho restoration of this errin; girl to the
arms of hor parents is due altogether to tho
ekiliul mauagomont of Officer Reed who, in
this as in numerous other cases which we
bare been called upon to chronicle, has showed
COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS.-A special from
Washington to the New York Herald states
tba t Dr. A. G. Mackey is there endeavoring to
get himself reinstated os collector of this port,
claiming that bis successor, Mr. Clark, is a
Democrat, and that he was removed without
jnst cause. If Mr. Clark is a Democrat, he is
a queer kind of one. We are indebted to him
for colored policemon, and his violent speech
at a Radical meeting on the Battery is not for?
gotten by our people. To givo even the devil
bis due is our rulo, and wo must state that Mr.
Clark is a Radical.
THE MONTQOSIERT ADVERTISER. -Mr. W. W.
Screws, tho editor and proprietor of this paper,
is in Charleston, and will call upon our mer?
chants with a view to increasing tho commer?
cial connection betweon his State and this
city. Tho Advertiser is an excellent paper,
circulating m every part of Alabama, and will
bo found a capital advertising sheet. Wc rco
omraond Mr. Screws and the Advertiser to our
merchants and business mm.
DB?O LABELS.--We desire to cali the atten?
tion of druggists m the cit; and throughout
the State to the peculiar facilities of ?BB Nnrs
Job Office for printing ail kinds of drug labels,
prescription blanks, Ac., at the shortest no?
tice, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Our stock ef cuts, borders and
fancy type is unusually large and choice. Gall
and examine specimens of work.
Shirts an* /orntsQing ?ooDs.
FINE SHIRTS TO ORDER,
No. 219 KING-SIBEET,
June IT tbstulmo One door below Market.
FINK WHITE MIIHTS...TIIK IKI.E
BRA IED ST'R SHIRTS, m all sizes, ready
made dr made to order, at
Oent emen's Furnlsbme 6tore,
[dec'ing-etrw-t, opposite tbe Market.
FANCY ST lt IP KD PEItCVl.K SHIttTS,
of the best quality and in assorted patterns, at
Gentlemen's Furulshlng Store,
Vteeting-strcet oppoMt. th > Market.
INDI 1 GACZK HBIKTH. F ti UM 34 TO
44 inches, at f-CO I T'S
Clent omen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LISLE THU BAU PHI KI'S, VF ITH LONG
and short sleeves, in all sizes und grader, at
Gentleman's Punishing Store.
S'eeting-stroet, opposite the Market.
DU AW P KS, IN Ll* UN A VD JEANS,
In all s'zes, and warranted to flt, at
nour I *.i
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tb- Market.
Gi EM LE UK VS LINK* A VD PA? EK
r COLLARS-a specialty. Tile best stock. In
prix, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles constantly on hand, v'z: Broadway, Vander?
bilt. Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boz, bhaaespeare,
Dickens, Boston tacht Club At
8 IO TT'S
Gentlemen's F a rnis bi nc Store,
Mc-'ing-Htreet, oppo-ite the Wertet.
GRAY'S PATENT M?ULUKD OfittNf
COLLAR; also the latest style Paper Collar,
called the XtYHTONB. minufactnred by the Key
Stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'? Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LIN KN AND PA PE K C L' EEs, IN ALL
styles and sizes. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetiog-ftreet, oup alto the Market.
HOSIERY -EN Cl LI - H AND GERMAN
HALF HOSE, In Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opooeite tbe Market.
NECKTIES ANO C"AVA'' S.-A FI LL
line of the latest styles of NE 'K ITES, CRA?
VATS, SCARES and BOW.-, Swing Stocks and Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOT I'd
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting's! i cet, opposite the Market
HANDKERCHIEFS, IN Ll* KV AND
SILE, ready hemmed tor imme Jiate use. At
Gentlemen's Fumi-bin? Htore.
_Meeting-street oaooatts the Market.
UMBIIBLLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk all sizes and prices.
Gentlemen's Fu-nishing Store,
Meeting-street, opuostte the Market.
J) H OT Uti II AP II COLORING.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
Untad with care and taste can have their orders
promptly Med by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Wrltton directions should in each ease be
given as to tbe style of coloring preferred.
April M 3nao?*
frags, Cfyrntirals, if tc.
rJIHE BEST III USE,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
FOB SAU BT ALL DBUGOIBT8, AND BT
W. T. LIEN, Druggist,
Corner of Coming and Canoon streets.
June ll _Imo?
JjlOR THE HAIR.
PHALON'S CHE MIC AL HALB LNV1Q ORATOR
ATEB'S HAIR VIGOB
MONTGOMERYS HAIR BESTOBEB
HALL'S SICILIAN HALB RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOB THE HALB
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
LYON'S KATH ALBON
EXCELSIOR HALB TONIC
BATCHELORS HA IB DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HALB STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY BUM, &c., Ac.
For sale by Dr. H. BA KR,
May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
T>B lt G'S UNIVERSAL RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HAS EFFECTED
Innumerable cores, and bas gained for ltaelfa great
reputation. The diaooverer of thia Salve has applied
itwith eminent success In thousands of cases dur?
ing the Crimean War, and has cured dangerous
wounds, In manv caars considered mortal.
MB. E BERG is tbe so e possessor of the valuable
secret of making this .-al vc; from Ms experience tn
using it in Europe and ibe success attending its ap?
plication there, he has bean induced to introduce it
into tue Culled Mates (T 11EI.Ic.VES PAINI
Iboo ?ho have Wou' d>. Bruises Cuts of all
kinds, or S> rs*, h elona. Scotches Musquito Bites.
Fros Bitten Joints, >uru Li s Chilblai ?. Ch<ldri>n'B
scorbutic complaints on Head and Fa e, are >pi edil)
cured. Ithaspruvod f greit advantage to ladies,
and ls pe-'ulluny adapted fur ?atbered un-asK ?ore
leg!*, tte. through conhnoment, and other causes
1: acts like m mic In removing Bolls Pimple?, and
Cutaneous Disease?, and lias been sucre -sfuliy
u?ed for ''orns Bunio is and Sore Throat, bv apply
lug ext. rna! y every < v<aii .u before ?oing to bod.
For sa,e by .?U druggists Price 25c. 50c , and 61
per Jar. crace. N -. 'ISO U -wery, N. V. None genuine
uu.e-scountersigned st. BEBU'e U VIVEKSAL RC
.MAN BEALING brtLVE, No 26S Bowery, New
York._"_stuth ly_July 3
??Z, ROSAD ALIS ?
s V.WAVA * 3
~ BMBBHSEFW ? US ? I-Bgff
h ROS AD ALLS.
GOODRICH. WW! EM AN Ac CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs an 1 Chemicals
May8 stuthlyr CHARLESTON, 8. C.
HcmaintBg tn Warehouse over Tl
A. G. MICKET, C
THURSDAY, JUL,Y 8Ul, 1869, AT 19 (Ti
Five ptgs Branay,
One case Cigars,
Bark B oi
IO ines, ^iquurs, (Ctr.
jy^OUNTAIN DEW WHISKEY.
25 BARBELS "MOUNTAIN DEW" WHI8KET.
Just received and for sale by
July 6 ' 2 HEWET COBIA A CO.
JAMES A. MILLE R'S
CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY.
r We are Agents of the above celebrated and well
known brand of J A M KS A. MILLEE'* CHICKEN
CO-'K OLD BOURBON WHI>KKT, which is the
GKVDIN'E AK II0LE, and offer lt to tba trade, war?
ranting it to vive entire ratlaraction lt la manufac?
tured, copper distilled, of the best grain and pure
quahtie?-improves bv ago, especially in the .South?
A large stock constantly on hand, of d'fferent ages
and prices ; cooperase of the most superior.
For sale in lots to ault purchasers, by
COBB, DOLHONDE A CO..
Solu Agent* for tbe South,
No. 37 Natchez-street, New Orleans.
Or HENEY COBIA A CO..
Sob-agents, Charleston. 8.0.
June 16 Imo
GR KEN VI ILK A ND COLUMBIA RAIL
TREASURhB'S OFFICE. \
COLOMBIA, H. C., JUNE 28, moo. j
NOTICE 18 H KREUT GIVEN IB AT THE H1X
Mouths' Interest due 1st July, 1869, on the state
Guaranteed Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness
of thia Company, will be paid-Ima Government
Tax-upon presentarlo ? ot the < 'onpons.at tbe FIRST
NATIONAL BANS of CHARLK<10N, S. C., and tho
Carolina NaHooal Rank of Columbia, 8. C.
The MX Month J' Interest upon the First Mortgage
Bonds of the Company? which have not been ex?
changed, due lat J ily, 1869, will be paid at the Office
of tbe Company, m Columbia, s. C., upon presenta?
tion of the Bond. J. G. EDWARDS,
June 30 6 Treasurer.
LUE RIDGE KA ILIUM I).
THE ATTENTION OF CONTBACTOR8 18 INVTT.
ED to the work of completing the Blue Bidge Bail
road in south Carolina, 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 te prepared to enter into negotiations with rea
pon albie persona, who may desire to undertake the
Payments will be made in then- first mortgage (7)
per cent, bonds, principal and interest payable
lu colo, having twenty years to run, ?ecured by
the guarantee of the ?tate of bonlh Carolina, for the
punctual payment of both principal and interest.
The mortgage covers unencumbered property ot the
Company, which coat three abd a quarter roilliong ot
dollars in gold, and embraces flt ty miles of road com?
plete and in running order.
Detai'ed Estimitea. Plana, Profiles and Specifica?
tions will be ready for inspection by Jtnrz 1,1869.
Meanwhile, approximate qnan Idee and other infor?
mation concerning tbe work may be obtained by ap?
plication to Colonel JAMES P. LOW, the Chief En?
gineer of the Ooiipaoy, orto the undersigned, at
Columbia, South Carolina.
R. K. 8COTT,
Chairman of Executive Committee.
N. B. The time for opening the bids for the con?
struction of thia Road ia fixed for the 8th day of
J OTT next, at 12 M.. at Columbia, 8. C. Bids will be
received by the Executive Committee no to that
date. ll Jone 26
gOUTH" CAROLINA KA IL ROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
GHABLXSTOH, 8. G., April 9, 1869. f
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. APRIL ll rn, TH I
PASSAGES TRAINS of the South Caroln a Rall
road will run aa follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Angnata.4.4S P. M,
Connecting with trama for Monts ornery, M em ph w
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Leave Charle s toe.8.f0 A. Ai.
Arrive at OM um ina.6.10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester H ?ii
road, ano Camden train.
Leive A turua ca.9.00 A. kV
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Lea Te Columbia.7 4C A. M
Arrive at Charieaton.ff.10 P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charl es ton.7.30 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A M.
Connecting with trama lor Memphis, Nashvlll<
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 p. AI
Arrive at charleston.4.00 A. ai
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 p. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. kl
Connecting (?undaya excepted) with Greenville anr
Leave Columbia..1.5 j P. M
Arrive at Charieaton.6.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.s.S5 I*, li
Arrive at Summervillo. 6.( 0 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.i(t'A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.VD A. V
CAMDEN HU * SC li.
Camdon and ' olumbli Pas-aenaer Trana on Mo?.
DAYS, WEIKEBDATS and SATTBDAYS. connects wiib
up and do-vn Day Pasaenprura *\ a'lngville.
Leave Camdon. fi 35 A. lt
?rr: ? e at Colamba.ll. * A. Al
Leave Columbia.... ..I *. P.St
arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M
Klgft>d> B. T. f|i*KK,
April I? Genoral *ut?enntendeM.
J W. vW L. G. WKLLS & a?o"
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PK ATT-ST R K KT.
REC El VB AND 6ELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinda ot early
We guarantee highest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our house, stencil
Plates furn:s',ed free ot charge 2moj May 3
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 83 Warren-street.
NEW YO HE.
PERSONAL A TT EN HON O IT EN TO THE PUB
CH\SE ot all kinda ol M I-RCS NDISE. Boots,
Shoes, Hate, Ca. a and Tnm>, acd 8traw Goods a
CousiftnojeQ's of all lsmd* ol Staplo Articles and
general Produce solicited.
Prompt ruiuius eua-*..teed.
Lat.- of Cbarle?t< n, S> 0.
roi-WeeHly yt'.ic Currents sent free bj po*-*.
Jau-iary 28 sac 6moa
iree Tears, to be Sold st A oe tien,
olleeta* of the Port,
CLOCK A. M., AT THE Ct ?TOM HOUSE.
rn PO BT
IA Fide. E. Umbolt
Isabella E. 0. Warn
,_ - 1 Derail
C E Mustln
tnsro.6 July 3, G, 8,
gCORES OF CORNS AND BUNIONS
PAVE BEEK CU ft RD BY HONS. BEE GEB,
darin? the la-1 eighteen months, lion can still be
so by applying now at No. 20 WhNTWOKTH
8IBEBT._tnsa* july 6
gUCTHKKV LASDS WANTED.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
BEAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 34? PINE-STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
TH S ABOVE FIR ll HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for Ute Buying and Selling of
Southern BEAL ESTATE, City and Country. They
have placed Ur. J. U. MORGAN (late of Charleston,
S. 0.,) at the head of this bnnch ol their business.
Parties withing to sell property in the New York
mirket will find it to their advantage to address the
Mr. MORGAN refers to Messrs. G. A. THENHOLM
A Sow, Charleston, S.e.
June 7 DAC Imo
Jp E FI S ED FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
?9" Ask your Grocer for oar Brand of
Lard In these Packages.
Packed in 3 lb, 5 lb, 10 lb Caddies; 60 lb Cans for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard, fend
for Price List.
fold by Grocers In Charleston.
May 29 nae stuth3mo
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WAREE OOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY.
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
BTTEFF'S PIANO* HAVE ALL THE LATESl
Improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivor}
fronts, and the improved French Action, folly war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchanm
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-hand ed Pianos and Pa riot Or
gans always on hand from $50 to $300.
BETXBEES WHO HAVX OTTB PIANOS IN CSE :
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Letcber, Lexington. Va.
Meesrs. R. Barwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. 0., Fe.
C. B. Riddick, Female college, Klttrell's Springs
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Strakooch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston. B. C.
Send for a circular. Terms liberal.
J_f/OJUME8 At MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C.,
BBOEEfiS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
G EV PIRAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
W1U at Men cl to Renting and c Hooting of Rents
and purchase and sale ot Stocks, Bonds, Geld,
Silver and Beal Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Suppl isa for parties
ls the country upon reason ?We terms.
Qtueos L. flOUOCS.AUtXAMDEB MATOUS:.
Janus rv 1 ljT
QHAMBERLA1N ?C SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAv7
SOLICITOUS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, s. C.
Office iu the Courthou.-e.
D. n. caiMBEBLAi.s*, AU.-General. .E. B. SEABBOOS.
Special attention will lie paid to the Prosecution ol
Chums hel l ti\ partie? out.-i>w.- of me state. May 4
J^l R A ft C I S H. DUC,
Late of the firm of Shephard, Due A Cohen,
MA S L' FA C TC EE B OF
PLAIN TIN WAKE,
And Wholesale Dealer in
JAPANNED, STAMPED WABE, Ac,
No. 18 llmync-iircct, Charleston. S. Qt
Sff-OIL, PAINT, FRUIT CANS AND BOXES
made a specialty._rnf_May 24
J L. MOSES,
Ko. 34 Broad-street.
COLLECTOR OF rfENTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
f CHARLESTON AGRICULTURAL
' ' WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
At?lUC?Ll?RAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE*
ELLER3E S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PINORFE,
No. 110 Meeting-i-treet, charleston.
March M Sm?
Butter, Bacon, Lard, fe.
BY T. ?. lUTIB.
Will be ?old i His DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three -
quirt er? past 9 o'clock,
M firkins and tab? BO IT EB
000 Boc >o shoo, der*, landing from Steamship
50 tuns Lard
4? bola. Molasses
30 bbls. ?agar.
Condition? CJHU. g
GEO. W, STEFFENS
Will sell before bis Stol e. No. 30 Vendue Bange afc
half pa*t 9 o'clock, THIS D*T, dh July '
30 kegs Choice GOSH KN BO CTEB
18 halt kegs Butter
500 Unbagged Hams
60 halt bbls. and kits Mackerel
5 bbls. fork Triniminaa
20 bbls Extra Family Flour
Washing Soda and Baking Soda.
July 6_._ _
Hams, Strips, Shoulders, Butter, ?c.
BY LAL it KV & Ai,* X A. N DER.
TBIS DAY, the 6th July, will be sold in our Mon?
at 10 o'clock,
25 bbls. HAMS, STRIPS, SHOULDERS AND Br
16 firkins rutter
25 sacks and birrete Floor,
conditions rash._July t*
By virtue of a wm ot Fieri Fae as, to me directed"
and delivered, (and with 'he consent of all partie*
concerned,) w.u bo -old TBI?> DAT, the 6th of
Jul?, on tb--pren lus OJ. ncr ot Klug and Iradi,
arr?ete, at 12 o', loca M..
All the right, title and interest of the defendant fa
the ENTIBE CONTENT? OF A GROCER? 8r OB E.
Levied on and to be Bold aa the property of D.
Iilienihal A Co., at the ault of <'. Sierck & tia
Terms caeh. E. w. aa. MACKEY,
By virtue of sundry writa of Fieri Facias to ma di?
rected and delivered, will be ?old i HIS LAT. tfcav
6th of Jory, at the north aa comer of the CourW
houae, between the hours of ll olclock A. at. and %?
o'clock P. M,
All the right title and interest of the defendant*
hereinafter specified in the following PKOP
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildinga there?
on, on the northwest corner of Sires and l?a?
street*, Ward No. "8." Measuring in front on Sirea
atreet tbirty-f . s leet; same on baok line, and in
depth eighty-six feet. Bounded ?eat on landa for
marly ot John Cbarlon; north on' land* formerly of
Francis Sire?; east on Sire s-street, and south ont
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Ntob??
las Hollings at the suit of A. F. conti en s A Co.
All that LOT OF LAN v, with the Bondings there?
on, situate on tbe east aide ot Meeting.sweat, be?
tween Line and Columbus streets M aauring tat
iront on Meeting-street 45 feet, by 200 in depth,
more or les. i
Levied on and to bs sold aa the property of H. B.
Stafford at the suit of P. Gorv.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BolldlDga thore
on, situate on tbe weat aide of St. Philip-ctreet, two
doora south Of Line-i treet.
Levied on and to be aold aa the property of Mar?
garet enmmall at the ault ol Josiah P. Hughes.
All that TRACT OF LAND, containing 602 aeres?
more or leas, situate bi the Pariah ol st. James
Goose Creek, about two and a hau* miles frem LaoV
aon'a Ho,d, west side.
Levied on and to be aold as the property of W.B.
McEewn at tbe ault of John N. lldeminn A Ca
All that TRACT OF LAND, containing S72 acre?,
more or leas, situate in the Parish ef st James
Goose Creek, between -Pigeon Pond and Dean's
Swamp, fo merl y belonging to stontemeler.
Levied on etd to oe sold a* the propel ty of Neliott
Groome? at the emt of Charles a. clarke.
AU that TRACT OF LAND, containing 238 acree,
more or lesa, situate in Groomesville, St June?
Goose creek, about one and a half mlle* from Straw?
berry Depot. Northeastern Railroad.
Levied on and to be aold aa the property of Benja?
min Donnelly, Executor of John Donnelly, deceased,
at the ault of William Harvey, Administrator.
1 erma cash, ??. W. M. MACKEY.
Jqiy 6_m3 lol_* O. C
By vb tu i of e ev, ral Tax Executione to me directed
and delivered, will oe ?old i His DAT the 6th or
July, at the northeaat corner ot the courthouse, at
ll o'clock A. M.,
All the BIGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST of the
del en dan i e, below mentioned m LEAHIS not ex?
ceeding seven y--ara. in the following described pro?
perty, levied on and to be sold for taxes dne tba
State ana costa:
A HOUME AND LOT, Ko. 23 CalhouMlreet (souUr
side,) between Wall and Ao-on atreeta-$96 77.
SCUM ll T, Estate ELIZABETH
A HOUSE AND LOT, fio. 15 Montaguo-atree*
(eouth aide,) between Coming and Pitt sireata
?AT 46. E. W. M. MAOKXT,
[BESALE, FirBCHASZB E AILING ZO COMPLY.]
I'SUKll DILCHEE IA EQUITY.
Wm. B. Heriot, Trustee, vs. Christoph* C.
BY A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 13th day of Joly
next, in front of the Old cnatomhoose, at ll
o'clock A. M. precisely,
All that LOT OF LaND, with the Buildinga and.
Improvements thereon, situated on the north aide,
ol Trum bo's Court in the City of Charleston, ind
kno*n aa Lot No. 9, on a plat drawn by Charle?
Parker, surveyor, dated November 13, 1853, and
duly recorded; said lot meium lng S3 feet 6 inches on
north line ; 31 feet on south line ; 107 feet 6 inches an
east Une, and 97 feet on the weat Hne.
Tenn*- One-third cash; balance in ene, two and
three years, secured by mortgage of the premlaes;
the ?ame to be insured, and kept insured, and the
policv assigned. Purchaser to pay tor papera an*
sump j E. W. M. MACKEY, '
June 22_tu4_8. 0.0.
UNDER DKCHEE IN EQUITY.
Morrison, Son j* Hoyt vs Robert E. Welch.
A. C. McGILUYKAY,
? TIC t?o neer.
Will be aold, in front of tbe Old Customhouse, on.
TUESDaT, the 20th day of July next, at ll o'clock,
All tbat LOT, PIECE OB PARCEL OF LAND,
with a two story Wooden Dwelling House and Bri ok
Outbuildings thereon, situate, lying and being on
the north side of Queen-street tn the City of charles?
ton aforesaid, being part of a lot known in a plan
of lots formerly belonging to tbe 1 ru- tees of the
Co lege of Charleston, made by J aeph Purcell, and
recorded in the office of Register of Me-ne Convey?
ance lor charleston L-iatrlct In Book V. No. 8, P.
300, vy the No 14 Bounded north on land lat?
of Richard HnUowav, formerly part o: thia lot east
on land of aald Bichar j Holloway, south *>n Graen
Btret t. weat on lot No. 13 of said plat; ra' ??TVT'jl? la?
rron ( 46 fert 6 inches. Bane ou hack line, and in depth
104 feet, be tbe same diaiensiona more or lesa.
That LOT CF LAND, adjoining tte above cn the)
east, bemp part of lot Mo. 13 on said plat Butting
north on landor said Holloway (deceaaed.) formerly
part of lot No 15, east on College-street, s >uth en
Green-street, west on lot No 14; measur ng In front
on Qreen-street 4C feet 6 lnehe.-, on the north I'M
46 teat and in depth 70 feet, be the same more or?
Terme- One-third cash ; balance in ona and two
yean, secured bv bond of the pare baser and mort?
gage of the premises, with interact se ml -an r. nally
until the debt be paid ; premise* to be Insured and
pol cy a-alaned. E. W. M. MACKEY, fl. C. C.
Elegant Private Residence at Corner of Orang*
and Trodd streets.
W. Y. LEITCH * li S. BRUNS.
By virtue of an order ot ?a e to me directed, by th?
Hon. Georse s . ryan. Judge ol the United State?
Court for the Dis ii. t of - nu tu Caro Ina, I will sell
at public auc.ion, on . HUl'.-D Y Ja.y 8.h, at IL
o'clo.k A. M. at the Old Postoflloe,
That -ery doirablu ana ?pa IJUH RKel DEN CE at
northwest - oruorof Oraoge and lradd atreeta, now
Oicuple i by ide Hon. P. i*. Gaillard Iba House
con.alua - rooms, and up >n the p rmia a are aU
Ecrasai y outbuil in g . wi li a spacious garden spat
under cu,tivatioa lal? ia ooe of the uioet d?sira^
b e ics.d-ue-s ia CharJeaiou. and is weU aituatasT
with reierence to tbe business part of CharlMUSo?
a id ita close proximi y to toe Batte y,' Lot mea?
sures WO leet on Tradd, by 150 feet oa Orange
Term?_One-tounh cash ; balance In <~~ie, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
property, with mts est; property to oe ina orad and
policy assigned. Pure has er to pay Audi one tra for -
papers and a tamps.
LAWRENCE W. O'HEAB.
July 1 thtuthS Assign?e of Theodore- atone;.
?airas K50X..JOH* ami.
J? N O X ?St GILL.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COITON, BICK, Ac., Bl
8PECTFULLT solicited, and liberal-advaoces road?
tuereon. Orders for CORN and BACON promet??
executed with c^re and attention. Sino? Ma? 1?
QIC ajUKUUlSG AW) HAI?-C?TTIBU.
LADIES Ai\D~Jr#iLDk2N ,
attend cl at their realdeoeos promptly and at reaaoa
Send ordere to W. E. M A SSH ALL, Barter.,
A-r': 14 No, ?1 Broad-*tr?et up atatra.)