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THE: DAILY NEWS.
LaurareaS lour?wi?tleaw->rH? DAILY REWS
^BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED A3 HATING IEE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES TMS LIST OF LETTRES REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END Ol
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROYIS
JONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
Tn CKAXLXSTOM NXWB, tba circulation of
?bich tl abont twioe M Urge M toot of any
otb er paper published ia Sooth Carolina, ia the
best advertising medium for all business men.
Foe persons who want situ icons or servants;
who want booses or apartments, or have them
io rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; wno have lost or found siti?les of vaina,
rsm Irtrws has no equal; and in Order that all ;
niasses may have their wanta* Vnpphed, we Li.ve
adopted the following scale of OHSA? ADVEB
s?axjQ>T8, payment' for which most invariably j
-be made when L?e order is given:
Advertisements of aitnations wanted by or
offered to clerks, t/overnessea, tutors, work?
men, msonanioa, house-servants, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to j
Jpt; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and misoella
neoua wama of all kinds.
For each insertion of advertisement* of the
i Jasses IBjsMasl
Not etoeeding TH ax* LUTES or 30 waria....SS cents
n Vonx uaat-o?90 words.40
" , Fivx LUTES or 40 words.M *
AU advertisements to be inserted at these
tates most be prepaid and delivered at THE
Sa7wnbanV?Bbv9P.hL ' ? . 1
Hingis' ? mt Thuaaasiaaaaetar ?vt the flews
18 a. M.
S P. IL
6 P. M.
St. An w?l^Va??P.^.r"
Palmetto Encampment? at 8 P. kt.
Pheonix Voa Company, at 8 P. M.
Mechanics' Union, No. 1, at 8 P. M.
Deutsche Jaeger Unteiateutsungs Gesell-,
?ehalt, at - P.m. n? sn.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
^Iliam McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Pao* Krmr^ittain).-Nothing authentic ba*
kMtt leened'STBOe last Friday night. From
what baa been gathered, wo judge that the
affair was very much exaggerated.
COUHOXL.-We ?eaxn thai there will be. a
meeting of Council to-morrow night to dispose
orlmainees which baa been accumslating
during the time spent in electing officers, a
THE. Ni.wd sr. THE CouirrBr.-Eoaders of
Tara NEWS going to the country can 'receive
their farante paper bf mail, dally, at seventy
five coate a moDth,.by addressing a note,, with i
their subscription, to par publication office.
STABBING AFT AXE. -On Friday night lait dar?
ling a difficulty between several white and col?
ored men, on King-street, a white man named
W.H. Hodges a tabb .da colored man, inflict?
ing a painful wound. Hodges was arraigned
before the Mayor Sal u rday, and then tbs ease
was turnfld over to a magistrate,^., . ^
Tan FAT AX. BYCIOLE. -Wa i
tiles Shat Mr. J. Heywood
g?iah gentleman who had;
Ottart eaton, and who, some i
ai flag to the BK George's I
ly, in Cumberland, England, from accidental
injuries received while riding a vekvoipode.
JOHN CHINAMAN ron THE BLUE TrinJOK RATL
BOAD. - The Ancnsta Chronicle mantiooa a re?
port that the contractors for the Bine Bid
from the Westland brought out at once to
South Carolinas '
JJottioje? 9wi&*#i&& 4i?kfl?#4aey,
tm late incumbent, arrived here Saturday
night. Mr./aartr bary* y^jWN?WM
derstood that t elia fit-'Bos lon winrfing np bia
business aJ?trs-tie nor being sBowidfe err
gage m aar l|iialiiiiaaj,^ja pilkiuuiu The
Co?ooker's thanda ifetteifr^ter oponihe
- nahfteWrof Satmdajjs?ys inti' nrspurtafrom
plantations along the river give the most fa?
vorable accounts of tbe ricer crop, wbioh bids
fair to be one of the beat that has ever been
grown. We Ja ve seen several salis, cut from
the Ferry pa>h^tbn^#wn^
F. Wo revers, and th* PrbctorfjiarrttrrTrh gowned
by Colonel John Sorejmu The stalks were
nearly six feet in he?trt,\aodf?e?me of the ears
eleven and a half ianbaar&L
PcnTKNTiABT' Ar?ajas-Eacio ow Co:;
non.-Cm Wedoeeday last, wmie four colored
convicts were engaged ia hauling brick on the
canal at (Doluaobiav aarurnal was gire byora of
them, when they ad inimediarely dropped their
wheelbarrows amt trprnng upon . white man.
(who waa guardingthem,)took form bim bia
gan and pistol, gave him a beating, and then
made Ott TJaWSusb day snotber'oonvfetmade
bis escape through a hole under the fence, and
he same night still another made bia escape.
A oc4oted oonviot dtatf onjryifr fflJInj night.
CHxarirrr CosrrBAOToas.-The men who de?
strato lmerfere with the twitterine birds who
make their homes in the chimneys-that ie,
those who dec ire tobe chimney oon.rrac tors
.are numerous; among them are.: John Bobin
son, J. Patrie-,- M. Brown, Jr., Peter Aebe,
Jack Proet, N. r. Ohver, colored, and John
T. Milligan, white, they, enppoee that they
will be voted for at the .meeting of Council to?
morrow nisht; bot as the Mayor baa failed to
give the five (lays' trott te required before an
ole?tien can be held, the candidates must wait
natal to-morrow night weak.
t.11 v 'i
Hom, AAKXVALS. JULI 17 AND 18 .-Patll- \
ion Botet-b. ?. Gibbes, W. E. and L. E.
Tripp, A. McLoy, City; J. Graham, New York;
*?. Boughtman and niece, Milledgeville; J. P.
<}ayle, M. 0. Hali, J. X. Goldsmith, Sooth
-Carolina; Walter Scott, North Carolins; a J.
French, Colombia; M B. Brown, Miss A.
Brown, Robert Pr Carvert, Hilton Head;
?Ooo. J. Oreen, iaJssiasipm; Dr. c. Croft, Green?
ville. 8. C.; Wm. Saltera, Williamsburg; N. J.
Thooroo, S'earner Dictator; Wm. Greene,
James (knoll. South Carolina; James C. Mur?
dock, Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
Charleston Hotel.-Frank Smythe, Augusta;
H. Crime, Beutlv D. Has ell. J K. Buber s.
City; Leroy F Tom?nos, Dr. F. P. G. Cro?t,
Edg?field; John MeCoid, Columbia; B. M.
Smith. J. Checmut and family, Pk?ida; James
Ljllnaely and inmily, E. N. Wes r.-cot, J. J.
Pringle, D. Pringle.. Sonth Carolina; James F.
Johnson, Beltonoie; J. M. Flood, steamship
Saragossa; C. Hamberg, Columbia.
A H rsx ros DOLL TIKES -Take advantage
Of the RT eat reduolion in pnces, and prepare*
for the approaching; nosiness season by har?
ing your Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and cheaply dono at THE NEWS Job Office, No.
149 East Bay._
BUSINESS ENTEH PRISE.-M ese re. H. Bischoff
A Co., East Bay, near Cumberland street, bars
completed tbe improvements mentioned in
TBS NEWS some time back. Their store is noir
one of the best arranged and most convenient
on the Bay. The extension in the rear has
added hugely to Us area and capacity, and an
iron tramway, running from State-street to
East Bay, enables heavy barrels and other
goods to be moved with lao iii ty. The back
store is graded so as to allow the leakage from
the molasses barrels to be drained into a cis?
tern, when it can be utilized by means of
strainers and not lost aa heretofore. The work?
men are now putting; on tbs finishing touches
io the building, when it will be stocked prepa?
ratory to the fall trade.
MARRIED ct SPITE OF HIS WIFE.-Tmc NEWS,
of Saturday, gave an account of a festive col?
ored fellow, Thos. Anderson by name, who de?
serted his wife, and on Thursday night last
carried a young girl to the minister to oe join?
ed in the '-bonds of holy wedlock," but before
the ceremony was gotten underway hie wife
confronted him and forbade the marriage, with
her marriage certificate "showing cause why."
On Saturday Thomas carried tho girl, whose
naas is Jade Boag, to the office of Magistrate
Mishaw, colored, who performed the marriage
Shortly after the ceremony, Anderson's first
wife preferred charg?e against him for bwaray.
He was arrested and, being unable to furnish
security for bis appearance for trial, was com?
mitted to jail.
Tn Dex r ELECTED ANO QCAXDTXD WANT
THE OmoEs.-The Mayor, instead of calling
upon the police force to eject the officers who
bare refuse 1 to yield their offices to their
"duly elected and qualified successors," has
resorted to the auld course of requesting them
to retire. On Saturday, he addressed letters
to P. C. Querry, City Sheriff; W. N. Hughes,
Assessor, and C. P. Fraser, Assistant Asses?
sor, requesting them to turu their books and
papers over to their "duly el ec te 1 and quali?
fied successors." They referred the letters to
their attorneys, Messrs. Le jeane and Miles,
who informed the Mayor that the officers de?
clined to comply with the request. Nothing
furthar was done by the Mayor, Saturday, but
it ls understood that decisive stops will bs
taken'to-day. ? _
Tax ALUS Housx.-On Saturday, Alderman
T. J. Mackey, who, the night before, was elect?
ed. Chairman of the CXmimissionsrs of tbe
Alias Boase, visited that institution, and ex?
pressed himself as well pleased with the man?
ner io" which it waa kept.
' J II ks reported that both General Wat. Gurney
and Alderman T. J. Mackey deaired tobe Chair
mail of the Board of Commissioners, and that
the majority of the members had pledged them?
selves to vote forthe former. Mackey'* friends
want around to See those who were 'understood
to be in favor of the General as chairman, and
told them that their candidate desired to sup
ply the - Alms House with groceries from
his commission house, and that, as Chairman
of the Board, ie could not unttor ibo law do it.
Tbs General's friends swallowed the bait; re
unit : the election, of Alderman Mackey.
1 VAGRANTS.r-DariDg Friday night a number
of negroes were arrested while asleep on the
stalls in the market, and oo Saturday were
brought up before the Mayor, who sent them
to the House of Correction, to be supported by
tbe taxes wrung from those woo work. Daddy
Cain has aa editorial in the last Missionary,
Record addressed to these vagrants, in which
he tous them that the city ie aol Urge enough
to furnish work to ''one-tenth of the voters
Who elected Mr. Pillsbury and his friends,"
and be 'suggests, therefore, that tbe laborers
do not%xacl too much, from Mr. Jenks or the.
'? Mayor* UethipJks/'t^atif. three hundred of
'those men who have applied for work wonld go
to the country ?jd work the soil or tbe marl
diggings, they would make more money, ind
appear to more advantage in society." This
ad rico of Daddy Cain 's is very good, and it is
to be Loped that the idle negroes of the city
will act upon it.
mw s .,: . ?d ? .- . ..
ASSAULT wira J*tWT TO MuspxB.-On
Saturday morning Michael Donaghue, A mein?
ber of the police force, was arraigned before
the Mayor to answer the charge of committing
ah assault and battery, with intent to murder,
I noon Mr. Christian Nelson, who lites at the
: corner of Kio?: And Tridd-streeta. The Mayor
i relieved the accused from duty and turned the
?jase over to a magistrate.
The ease was carried before Justice Mackey,
tho testimony before whom showed that on
Friday night the aceuaed, while on duty, heard
a dog. barking in Mr. Nels on'a yard. He poshed
I open a door and ordered the animal to shut its
mooth. Mr. Nelson then requested the police?
man to-"mind bis own business," whereupon
said policeman seized Mr. N. and beat him on
the head with his club and dragged him around
loosely, much to the detriment of Mr. N.'s
, flesh and clothing. The magistrate required
the accused to furnish $800 se :n ri ty for his
good behavior and $?00 for his sppearauce
foe trial, which he did and wa? dismissed.
1 . ; . _
!.??-' ' '
CXUMBS - Dr. Lebby, Health officer, is prom?
inently spoken ot by the negroes as their can?
didate lor. Mayor. .
: Captain Jents' gang are removing the grass
that has been allowed to grow in CalbDan?
It is understood that Mr. C. N. Averill, laie
. Flour Inspector, intends contesting the el ec .
tion by which he was thrown ont of office.
' The scale house at the west end of Calhoun
street has been recently repaired and painted,
and presents quite an attractive appearance.
The negroes are talking and shaking their
heads considerably in regard to tbe recent
elections, asserting ''dat it is mity queer dat
so many murlaters should gee into offii "
Jumes Howard, colored, newly elected Corc
ner, instead of holding inquests is holding the
important position of foreman of one of Jenks
It is reported that this week the burnt dis?
trict will be entirely cleared of grass and rub?
William Dart, colored has been appointed
Keeper of the House of Correction.
It is thought that only tba yachts Eleanor
and Ella Anna will participate in the regatta
on Saturday next, as it is asserted that the
Maggie Mitchell viii not enter because she has
besu refused the thirteen minutes' sturt re?
It is claimed by the advocates of the bill to
make the Detective force independent of the
Police Department, that ii adopted tbe force
can be worked at less expense ihau htn etofore.
Alderman Barrow will, to-morrow night,
'have an opportunity of introduciug his reso?
lution to exoludi reporters from Council meet?
It is reported that on ant after the lit of
August there will be a daily paper started in
Charleston, m the inter?s, of Republicanism.
The bathing home ou the battery is much
frequ Dted h> ladies and their chddren, who
aro doubtless much benefit ted by the salt
A MAR ITAKWPIW Oar ow A DnmercLTr.
f There are A great many persona in cuts ITO rid
who because tbey could not get any woman to
tie herself to them any more flu m ly than a
beau-knot would do it, assert thai when a man
ma.Ties he gets into a difficulty, and ifs young
man happens to be caught up in the bonds of
matrimony, they with a sage shake of the head
"A young man that's married
Ii a young man that's marred."
Sat what will they think when they read the
following about the young man that married
out et a difficulty : Two or three days ago an
old colored woman went to a magistrate and
desired to know if a young colored man could
not be arrested and punished for nuning her
daughter under a promise of marriage. The
magistrate did not at first know exactly what
to do, but finally issued a peace warrant for the
arrest of the said young man, who shortly
after appeared before him; also came the
mother and the young girl, accompanied by a
host of her young female friends. After much
shedding of tears, protestations of undying
love and the rest on the part of the young
girl, the young man sad that rather (han
have so muoh fuss about it he would
marry the girl. All interested parties being
willing, the magistrate performed the ceremo?
ny then and there, and the girl departed with
ber husband, looking as "happy SB a gay sun?
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PBOPBXETABY STAMPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER & RAVENEL,
No. 66 East Bay,
July 10 Opposite Gunner Office.
GRANITE VILLE MANUFACTURING STOCK.
Apply to HUG BB A BAVEN EL,
July 19 mwfl No. 66 East Bar.
TEN (10) 8HABE8 HOMESTEAD BUILDING ANX
LOAN ASSOCIATION. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
Jj A Ji K K KS ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS ANT) MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, caa get their orders
ailed promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
Sturts tus? ^rwtjlytgfl ttwfri.
FINE WHIT H SHI HTS.-T UK CELE
BBATED STAB SHIRTS, in all sizes, ready
made or made to order, at
-"Gentleman's Furntoblog 6tore,
?_Meeting-street. opposite the Market.
FANCY STRIPED PERCALE SHIRTS,
of Ute best qua tl ty and in shorted patterns, at
! Qentlemen'a Furnishing Store. .
M ?eh Df?-street opposite the Mart et.
INDIA (iAl'ZK SHIRTS. FnUJl 34- TO
?Vt laches, at SCOTT'S
Gent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LISLE THKEAD SHI HTS, Vt ITH LONG
and short Sleeves, in all sizes and grades, at
. Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
DRAW P. KS, IN LINEN ANO JEANS,
in all a ass, ana warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite th? Market.
KN TL KM hi W'S LINEN AMD PACER
VT COLLARS-a specialty. The best stock, in
prise, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles constantly on band, via: Broadway, Vander?
bilt, Bast, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boa, frhaseepeare,
Dickens, Boston riebt Club.- at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite Pie Market.
Ci RAY'S PATENT MOULDED (?BltNT
\JT COLLAS: also the latest style Paper Collar,
called the KEYSTONE, manufactured by the Key .
suma Collar Company. At
. i \ :. ; .SCOTTS .~ . -
' " Gentlemen'* Furnlatfnir Store/
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LnSKIT AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALL
styles and sises. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
_Meetlr-g-strcet, opp, site the Market.
HOSIERY -ENGLISH ANO GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisle Thread.
At BOO ri'.s
. GanUemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opcosite tbe Market
NECJSTISSS A.T O ?AVAt 8.-A FOLL
tot? Of lbs latest Jtyles of NE .KTIE8, CRA
VATS, HCABPS and BOW*, ?LTing fctocks snd Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOTTS
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
: -. ; - Meeting-street, opposite the Market
HA.NDKKHl HIKFS, IN LINEN AND
SILK, ready hemmed for immediate use. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetmg-street opposite the Market.
UMBRELLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and ?Uk all sites and prices.
At .. SCOTT'S
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
July 8 nao 6mos
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tintad with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 Smos*
PANKNf N'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ASS ALL DISEASES of TUE
STOMACH AND LITER.
TUET ASI sscoarMizTDZD sr TBS
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOEK.
ManufactiiTed by C. F. PANKNIH*,
OH UMIST ANS AFOTEECAST,
*X9"For Salo by Druggists Evcrytchere.~H&
Pebruaty 15 mw Iv"
JOHN D. ALKKANOH.R,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGB NT.
No. IS Broa<l-8treet.
RESPECT FUL LT SOLICITS BU-UNttSS IN AI
JUSTINO ACCOUNTS ot Merchants and other?,
an? in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BuoRt.,
either tn part or whole, Ac " January i
THAT ANT SICK HAN 6??EYT7ED XHB
treatment of Ifty yews a*o, mast be oonsiderel a
proof that haman beings are very hard to Ul.
The lancet, calomel, canth ari dies and drastic pur?
gatives were thea the order of the day. The phv
aieian played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient waa drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine!. We
Ive la a more rational and conscientious era. Tba
mportaace of supporting Nature in its conflict
with diaaaae is now understood. Complaint? In
themselves weakeniog are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TOKIOS
that raHy tbe vital powers and enable them to de
feat the enemy. Chief among these alliea of Natara,
in it? battles with alckneaa, is
PLAS T AVION BITTER?.
Thts wonderful vegetable resto ra ti va ii the aheet
anohor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for tb? aged and decrepit it bas no equal among
a tom ach?es. As h remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex an especially subject, it ls
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climate?, tropical, temperate or frigid, its acts
as a specific in every specie? of disorder which un?
dermine? the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it is Introduced lt be?
comes a st ic dard article-a medicinal staph. Drug,
g ui ts, although their profit upon it ii small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation-for which
everybody inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It ia to-day the mort popular
medicinen the civilized world. Extensively as ii
la advertised, Its best ad verttaemont ia tho beneflci 1
. esult whloh uniformly follows its use. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at least haifa dosen mora.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it produces upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. There ls
no subsequent depression. It does not, aa la the
case with all other stimuli, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On the other hand, it soothes and calms
the nerve?, combining, strange as the anomaly may
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
with those of a tonic and invigorant. The perfect:
parity of all its ingrediente, their admirable adap?
tation to the purposes they aro iatended to sub?
serve, the judicious proportions in which they ara
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
are blended, render this famous article at once the
most potent and (he most harmless of all known
tonic* and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
December T Ty
DE/IT C300IDS STORE.
Ko. 228 KING-STREET,
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR DOORS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
TBS &0B8OBIBBB. HATING WIISbBAWN FEO li THE Ff BU 60 LONG KNOWN A8THAT OF OT
r EEH * VT)r ? CAMPsEN, bai opened a DRr G00D3 ESTABLISHMENT on his own account, at the
abore well known stand.
The undersigned, having been for manv years connect**! with the Dry Gooda Business in this etty, ls
thoroughly acquainted with the wast? of thia community. He has Just purchased in Mew York, and
now . fife ra to Ute public, the FBE8HE8T 8'lOCE, SUITABLE TO THI-> MAB K ET, and one of the best that
ba? ?yar been offered. He will make hut pri?es very re sonable, and thereby nopes to retain and receive
that foll share of custom to which he .onsiders himself entitled at the hands of his friends and the public,
July IS. ftnwlmo
TOMES, MEL VAIN & CO.,
So. 6 HAIDES LANE, NEW YORK.
FOWLING PIECES OF ALL QUALITIES, SUITA>
BLE for the Boothera trade. Both MOZZLE AND
BREECH LOADS BS.
IN STO^E A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF CUTLE?
RY, PERFUMERY. BRUSHES. SOAPS. Ac.
.ou Aonm ?OB THE
GENUINE D?RINGER PISTOL.
TH K STAR
80UIHEBN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an Kl vortU'ng medlo m. offers facilities to Mer?
chants, Vra (lists, Machinists, Ac, of extending
tneir bmnne.'B, nasnrpassed bj any Southern
Its circulation is fan beoomlnit general. Real
Estate agents, and parties interested In the purchase
or sale of real estate wilt find it to their advantage
to consult its columns and advertise therein, as we
are effecting arrangements by which our pater will
circulate largely among Northern cat Rails ts.
Information tending to Uta development of our
mineral,' manufacturing sud Agricultural resources
descriptive ol climate, soil, A .-.-solicited and thank?
fully received from any section.
Terms cash, W a year; a copy gratis io any one
sending alz subscribers; a club of ten, $2 60 each.
Rates of advarbaug li oe rah Address
W. J. McKEE RA LL,
Joly 18 ' , , ._Marton,, s C.
DIA AT OS I PIA BO Sit
GOLD MEDAL JOB 1888 HAS JUST BEE*
AWABDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVEB BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WAREBOOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO0. HAVE ALL THE LATIN
improvement. Including .the Agraffe treble, ivor)
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exohanui
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
gana always on hand from ISO to $300.
REFLUE ?3 WHO HAVE OTJB PIANOS Ot UBI!
General Bo bert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, M. 0.
Governor John Letoher, Lexington, Va.
Messrs. H. Barwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. 0.. Fe?
0. B. Biddles, Female College, Kittrell's Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max s tra town, Itali -n Opera.
MOTTS. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston. S. 0.
Send fora circular. Terms liberal.
THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAR HA0- BEENT IS?
SUED to the Sheriffs of the various Counties
throughout the State:
Laso CoaunBsioKza's Cmos. )
COLOMBIA, S. 0 . July li, 1660. f
To the Sheriff of - County:
MB-You are ber-by requested to report to this
office all landa m your County purchased by the
Stat' at Tax sales, dste of parchase, by whom occu?
pied, under what authority the party bolds posses?
sion, whether under cultivation or nat. and what
disposition HLonld be made of all such lands to se?
cura the greatest b-ne?t to the St ie. A tolland
early report, together with your recommendation
and suggestions and a statement of your expenses
Incurred, will oblige.
Very respectfully, C. P. LE-'LIE.
July lt 6 T and Commlosloner.
T> R O O ft L Y N
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Dividends annu?ly la cash.
Only Company bavTOg the Definite Guaranteed Sur?
render-Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to
no Company m the United States lor stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. lal Broadway, New York,
CHRISTIAN W. BOUOK, President
Wat. AL COLS, Peoretsry.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or br letter to
JAMES 6. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agen I for South Carolina,
july 12 rawf Cmos
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW TO BK.
Office > Park Bank Handing, Nos. ?14
and. 216 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, Pre-ident.
WILLIAM T. PHIPP*, vice-President
HEN BT B?XDEN. secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Brood-street.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
69? SUB-aGtNTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
Agent ' m December?
OFFICE No. 157 EAST BAY.
OK INPHitlNti ASO HAlM-CUTTIAO.
LADIES AND :HlLDhi2N
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send orders to W. E. M A BS HALL, Barber,
Atril 14 Ko, 91 Broad-street iuy stairs.)
Q. E ? lt O Ii
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
HAVING FULLY ORGANIZED OOH COMPANY
on n tare and permanent batta, an.; naring the
Comptroller's antbonty, -vre present to tb? Southern
People what we bi lieve to be one of the safest and best
Life Insurance Companies evtr established In the
Southern Country. The Borne* Office ia in Vaeon.
Georgia, where every dollar invested will remain in
our midst. 1 he galaxy of names, given as directora
and referees, is a sufficient a naran tee of i welt of the
fidelity with whtob ibis Institution will be managed.
The capital ia sufficient to meet aU losses in every
contingency. We earnestly appeal to our dHiena
everywhere to build up with ns tb is structure for
the benefit of our loved ones, our homes, and our
Hundreds of thousanda ot Caviara are yearly ab?
stracted from the pockets of our people, and earned
to foreign parta to enrich strangers who have bnt
little sympathy for us.
Can we not learn wisdom and use our means to
enrich ourselves and beautify our homes ?
We wUl try ?nd place, in every locality, polite and
efficient Agents to transact the business of the Com?
pany And we cordially invite aU desiring agencies
in thia Company to call on the Officers, at the office
building, near the Passenger Depot, tn front of the
two hotels, on Fourth-street, where all mattera of
aetail wuT be cheerfully given.
The pronta will be entirely mutual after paying
?ix per cent to the Stockholders for amount of ti tock
W J LAWTON, President
JC McBCKNiT, Vlci.President
B J LIGHTFOOT, secretary.
BOARD OF DIBTCTOBS.
ASHER ATREs, FertB'asr, Macon. Oa.
TC NI?BET, Tran Founder, Macon, Ga.
il T JOHNSON, Johnson, campbell A Co., Whole?
sale Grocers Macon, Ga.
JACKSON DxLOACHE, Carriage Depository, Macon,
J 0 MCBURNEY, Macon. Ga.
W J LAWTON, Lawton A Lawton. Macon, Ga.
"AVID T SI N GL r TON, Planter, Eatonton, Ga.
RICHARD HOBBS, of c niger A Co, Hankers, Al?
Da. JAMES F. BOZSMAN, Piealdent Georgi* Home
insurance Company, Columbus. Ga.
WALLACE CUMMING. Banker, Savannah, Ga.
M P STOVALL, S to rall a Boiler, Augusta, Ga.
F ADAMS, Cashier National Bank, Athena, Ga.
, T M FU BLOW, Americas, Ga.
Harris A Howell. Wilmington, N C
General Augustus Young, charlotte, N 0.
Wm B Wright, fayetteville. M C
John C t-locnm, Goldscoro', N C
Wm M Lawton, Charleston, S 0
Jamas P Boyes, President 'theological Institute,
B Forman D D, Newberry Courthouse, S 0
JOB Dugan. D D, Sumter, 8 0
8 T Atkin, Knoxville, lenn
John HcNaob. President i aa'em Bank of Eafaula,
Eula ula, Alabama
Theodore usn ii, President Louisville Insurance
and Banking Company, Louurilie, Ky
Wm D Miller, Lynch bu a, V?
T O 8 Ferguson, Lynch bury, Vs
D H Baldwin A Co, New York
Golthweignt, Klee A tiemple, Montgomery, Ala
Ex-Governor J G shorter. Eafaula, ala
L L Warren, President Fdla City National Bank,
Gordon, Owens A Stoke*. Abbeville, Ala
P B Pepper A Co, Mobil?, Ala
Josiah Morris, Banker, Montgomery, Ala
Hugh Mccoll, Commissioner, New orleans, La
Wood, Low A Lud wig-en. New Orleans, La
Noble A Brothers, Iron Works, Borne Ga
General A B Lawton, savannah, Ga
General A H Colquitt. Baker Comity, Ga
Thomas H Wlllinphan", Dougherty County, Ga
James Calls way, A (tanta, Ga,
Colonel Luther J Glenn, Atlanta, Ga
Dr T W Keen, Salisbury, N 0
Major W M Bobbina, Attorney at Law, Salisbury,
Colonel 0 F Low, Merchant. Lexington, N 0
James sloan, Eeq, Merchant, Greensboro", N C
Hon E G Beade, supreme Court Judge, Boxboro',
Hon 0 8 Winstead, Boxboro', N C
B P Williamson, Wholesale Grocer, Raleigh, N 0
J P Dillinah?m. Newborn, N 0
Robert Thompson, Esq, Wholesale Grocer, Nash?
Hon John Erakin, Judge O 8 Court, Atlanta, Ga.
J. Q, HOLMKS, ?lp,,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local and Travelling agenta Wanted in all parts of
the hta'e. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tions to be made to J. G. HOLMES, Jr., General
?;ent, No, 35 Broad-street, Charleston, S. 0.
July g_ PAO_mwf
V A R D I V N MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized in 185B.
ALL POLICES N0N-F0RFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PEB CENT.
Polices in force.
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. VoADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDXCKAB, Superintendent,
Hon. Joan A. Dix, New York.
HOD. JAMES BABPEB, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE. President Bank Republic.
WsL T. L OOKER Wall-street.
Wat M. Vanni LYE, Banker (Venn; lye A Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Ca?h:er Newark Bankin? Com?
Hon. GEOBOE Opnxxt ex-\Jayor of New York.
MINOT C. AIOBOAN. Banker
THOMAS BIONET. Firm Ihomas Rigney A Co.
i'.ENJ. B. HEB ?IAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Co rpa.iy
AABOM ABNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Hie n ARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
K V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm E. V. Biughwout k Co.
WM WILXENS, Firm ol W. Wilkeii* A Co.
J CUL'a H. PBATT. Merchant.
WM. W WRIGHT Merchant.
CHAS J. STABS, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN. Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, X. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. r-HERWOOD Park Placo.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenue and
EDWABP H. WHO HT, Newark, N.J.
GEO. W FABLEE, counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
G KO 11 GE Kl EH.
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOOTH CAROLIN A.
Dr. T. BEENS FJERNA, Fxamfning Physlciiu.
G EN EBAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
Office If o. ?365 King-street.
January ia ly CHARLESTON, ?. C.
- Jl?rtwBv Sui*..
Sundries, to Clo*? Otaiteimenit.
WM. McKAY, ? uri ion ?er,
Will Bell THU OAT, Mood*?. IS a. PtStatt, At
13? Mer?ng-alrwr, ,t
SBOC BBUSBES, Bkoklot. tVocffge?
Plated ware. Jewelry, W.tehee
Berolrer, Dren rstwnsa, floederv
Collar?, Cow pe, Wn p pl ng Paper
Me.Burea. ftc, without reserve.
Terms ? ash. "_- -
Farnlrqre wie, WEDNESDAY- , ',, Jclr??
Valuable Real Etuie al Auction,
W.T. LEITrH &R.s. BRUNEL
By Tixtue of an order of tale to ne dirac Ud. br th?
Hon. O sorge & tryon, Judge o? the Uni ted matear ?
Dis tr?e t Court for tne Dis rta of on th Caro lin?, T
wuT offer for sile at publie auction, at the Old
Poetoffloe, foot of Brosd-street, on TeURSDaY,
July aid, at ll o'clock A. M., '
All that PL OJ I AXION t JB r ft ACT OF LAND, OK '
the Wando River, about nine mlle? from chsrJesloor
known as Woodville, containing four tmndred acres.
AU that PLANTATION OB TB*OT OF LAND,
known as the I'erby Tract .-1 tua1 ed m the rear ol
th? Four Mile Hon-e. on the plank road, containing:
forty-iour acree of high land and eight aerea ot
marah land, more or leas.
All thai LOT OF LAND, with the Buildlnes, alt?.
ated on the ?eat aid? of Me lunlc.street. in the TB
l?ge ol Bis .TI vt Ile, measuring and containing on th*
front and b .ok lines each cine ry test by thies hun>
dred feet in depth.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there- .
on. situate at the corner of the Main Bo?d and Dlvi
sion-"tieet In the Village ol Piker>?Ule. mca?urlag
and containing In front on Division-street ninety/
feet, and In depth-feet; butting and bounding
east on Alain Bead, west on Northeastern Kai broad
track, FOU th on Division street, and weat on lands of
A. Carsten. .
All those TWO LOTS, faown as Lot B and Lot O,
in Oas., phut of the VnUage of Hiker? ni le, road? bar
John L. Branch. Lot B containing about one ana
one-quarter aerea, and Lot O containing about twen?
ty-one acres of marah land, as W?M appear by refer
euee had to said plat
Ail that PLANTATION UK (BAOT OF LAND, op- -
posit? the Quarter Bouse, on the plankroad, shoot
five miles from Charleston, containing oas hundred,
and six (los; acres, more or lees.
. .. ALBO, "- " *
TWELVE LOTS tn the J own pf Rarenel ?rjutff
on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, stow
fifteen miles from Charlerton, irooting on sfelUrtf
streat, aad measarlag ba said f. out das rw?sraav
dred and ten feet each, and containing from four to :
seven acres each, aa may be seen by toa plat of aattL ,
Teims-One-third cash; balance la two sosal
successive annual Instalments, secured br btrnd di
purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Buildings
to be Insured aad tolley assigned. Purchasers lor
pay for papers and stamps.
Assignee for D. Bil ar.
49*To. WHOM rr KAT Co sc SM.-The Ilea ?edi- '
tors of D. BIKER, fiankrupt, sro h>reby rioiUftad.
that pursuant to an order of Court, dated Uirqb.
20(b, 1860, they are required to prove and esma ll sa
I h Slr hen*, bettors 3. C. OABPEN lEB, BM., Btg4*v
tr ar, on or before July 1st, 1868, pr elsa be- d rSarr** ,
from any benefit arising from tas decree to be mad? ,
In this case. ~ - LOUIit Mc^krwT^ .
July H wfm3tuth2 AStlgneeD.
8 H IC BIFF'S SALttt. . i - 'M
By v'rtu e of an order of the' Son. B. B. Oarpeatef,
Judge Of the First circuit, I will expose at public
auction on IHUBSDAY, the 23d dav of July in?
stant, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Northeastern
Bail road Wharf, .?.: i >
The Steamer IDEA, attached and to be sold as tb? '
property ot CHABLEd WILLEY, under aa attach?
ment, in the case of Albert O. Stone vs.' Charlea
lenna cash. F. W. IL MACKEY, - < t
July 16_fmtha_8. ftfla
SH KKIFK'S SALE. fcC
By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Vacias to m e directed aad
delivered, wUl be sold on MON DAT aaa TUttSDi?,
the 2d and 3d days sf August nexf, at northeast
corner of the Courthouse, oe twees tho hours sf
ll A. af., ind S o'clock P. M.. t -. ????ran
AU the right, title and Uterest af the de^ndaat In.
a LO l OF LAND with a wooden Dwelling ?nd' other
improvements thereon; situate on the tout? ?Me of
Ann street, betwaen Hefting and EMsaheth ataaajjatai
and known as No. 13, meaaurlng A3 fest front by 200 <
feet tn depth.
Levied on sud to be sold as the property of da .nek
Corcoran, at the several suits of F. D. 0. Kxaoke and.
B. Foley. , . ..
At the same time ?nd place, ?-?ed
AU the right, title and interest ot defendant In av
LOT OF LAND with tba wo. den Dwelling and im?
provement* thereon, si nate on the sooth aide of
.Caihoan-street, and known as No. 108. . -
Levied on and to be sold as the property of J.J*.
Church, under an execution m the case of J. and P.
Dawson TB- Francis Dawson, administrator of J. F. :
ALSO, . .
At the tame ame and place, - ' r TO
AU the right, ti-1? sad intere-t of tue defendant -
la aU that PifiCE OB LOT OF LAND, si rust? at
the southwest corner of Harket aad Baft- Bay
Levied on and to be sold as the property of 1 homar
N.Gadsden, at tbs amt of John Hortbeck.-s* al?,
hxecutors ot J. C. Blum. I .* ti
AU the r'ftbt, title and interest of the dsfsasdaaC
iB S LOT OF LAND, With th? Bul dings thersotv
sitaste on ta? west aids of chsemut-street, measur*
lng lt feet front by 100 festin depth.:
A LOT OP LIND, with' tbs *S?fmM th?r?oBL
?i tua te on the east side ot Lucts-strset, trid fa own.
SB No. 18, measuring 38 feet front by l?o feet In,
depiii.' ~ . ? ~ - .-. .
A LOT OF LAND.situate on east side. of. Os4s
den-street, hear Spilng-strast. with the buildings
thereon, measuring 75 feet front by 160 feet la.
Levied on and io be to'd as the property of B. RV
Harney, at the suit of toe Exchange National Baak
of Norlolk, Virginia.
At tbegsame time and place, PI
All the right title and interest of tba defendant hz
a LOT OF LAND, with a iwo story Brick Hoisti aad
other Buildings thereon, situate on the so-ithshia.
of Market-atreet, aod known ai No. 7L .. ; .
Levied on and to be soli as the property of B.
KB i ck ta c-y er at the ault Of Tycho li ec nf tj erna.
Terms cash. E. W M. MACK ET,
Joly 19_mi_ S.o. C.
Assignee's Sale of Beal Estate of SamuelrFo'
gartie, Bankrupt, by Decree of the Court ia
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
W1U be sold oa the first TUESDAY la August next, ai
the old Poatofflxe, foot ot Broad-sire* t, at Lt.
o'clock A. M.,
lbs following valuable EE \L E-? TA"" H:
1st All that T ti A CT OF LAND ?Rh the BaUdlage
thereon, situa'e in the t?wn of Mount Pleasant,ls
the Parish of ihnsi Church, and 'oautj ol Oharies? .
too, measuring threahuncred axd ten by three fekaV
dred and forty feet, sud desigoated on a plat of, tb*
asme as three Lots in HiLLUrdniie. numbered 1J%
ltS and 114.
td. AU Out TB ACT OF LAND known as Lot lov
24 on the plat of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Compa?
ny's land, containing twenty-two acres, more or least.
3d AU that T1ACT OF L\ND adjoining the
above, known aa Lot No 880Q ssldptsi, andcoatsin?
lng twenty-two acres, more or leas.
Terms-One half cash; the balance ia twains
montba, secured by bond or bonds ot the puraaaaar
or pureba', era, sad mortgage of tbs or*raises res?
pectively, i he buildings tobe xosa-ared, and sa?,
policy assigned. Purchasers to pay tor pipers sad
etsmps. FB FD BRICK J SMITH,
Assignee eamael Fogsrtie, .
Nones is hereby given nuder ? rder of Court, mad?
ta the asove case to all person? hoi J log heos apon,
th* above described Beal bistate, to prove the sams
before J. C. CARPENTER, ?.sq, Reds rar m Baak
ruutcy. in Charlesi'in. on or belora the first day of
Angus' next, or be debarred from all pardripatioav
in the distribution of be net proc eds of tho sala
thereof. FKED CHICS: J -MITH,
Julv 12 ru4 Assignee Samuel FomrUe.
POBTBAIT AND PICTUBE F HAME M AN CF AO
No. 315 KING-STREET,
CH ABLE.>TON. S. C.
LOOKING-GLASSES of all eizis fitted to Frames,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting-Street and Horlbeck's.
CHABLESTO.V, S. C.
Plans made to order and work i ie ruted promptly..
July 1 thmomoa
J^t RANCIS H. Dl'C,
Late of the firm of Sbepbt'rd. Due A Cohen,
MASC FACTURER OT
LAIN TIN W A R E%
And Wholesale Dealer ha
JAPANNED, STAMPED WARE, Ac.,
No IS iiayne-street, charleston. S. Ct
ay OIL, PAINT, FRUIT CANS AND BOXES
made a specialty. mf May 9A