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MEETINGS TBIS DA Y.
Strict Observance Lodge, st 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
A, G. MOGTLLTTUAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at
the old Postoffice, real estate.
J. J. KENNY, bailiff, will sell at 10 o'clock, at
No. 169 King-street, sashes, doors, Ac.
KNOX DALT. A.Co. wJl sell, at, 10 o'clock, at
their store, handsome furniture, Ac.
HENRY COBLA A CO. will sell at quarter-past
10 o'clock, at their store, sugar-erred hams.
JEFFOBD8 A Co. will sell at q uarter-paat 9 j
o'clock, st their stores, hams, shoulders', Ac.
G. W. BMW ?ill sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at his store, butter, cheese, Ac
?? at, A A. P. CALDWELL will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, previsions and candles.
RETCH A SCHACHTE wdl sell at a quarter to
10 o'clock, at their stores, shoulders, hams. Au.
LACHET A Aux ANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, hams, strips. Ac. .. rv
' ? e
SHOULD MOT SHOOT.-A white man was ar?
raigned before the Major yesterday for firing
off his pistol in a yard. Bis plea that it
contained powder only did not save him from
afine. ' _
TH? NSW* HT TEX CousTsr.-Beaders of
THE NEWS going to the country can receive
their favorite paper bj mai!, daily, at seventy
five cents a month, by addressing a note, with
their subscript ion, to our publication office.
CoLLBoros or CUSTOMS.-Mr. Clark is expec?
ted to arrive by the New York steamer to-day,
and will take possession of bis office as soon as
tb e books ?ad papers oan be arranged, lt is
supposed that to do this will require five or
sri days'hard work.
BAIN.-A short but refreshing shower came
about'tour o'clock yesterday afternoon, and
was gladly welcomed by our ol tia ana, to whom
it waa must delightful. The thermometer,
wbiob had been s anding at 92 np lo the show?
er, was cooled down to 86.
BURGLARY.-The residence ' of " Mr. T. B.
Trout, on Butledge-avenae, hear Broad-street,
waa burriartoasly entered oo Sunday night
last, and a quantity ol clothing an i other arti?
cles stolen. The bora-Ian effected an entrance
by climbing up on tba porch.
HOTEL AT MOULTRXETILLX.-Mr. John M.
Toohey, the Intendant of Mouhrlerflle, has
Ar teri a stock company, having for itt object
She erection of a hotel in. the town. It ia
thought that the hotel can be commenced this
fall, and be in readiness for visitors next
spring. ? . _
THE CATERPILLAR ur FLORIDA.-A corres?
pondent, who writes from Gainesville under
date of the 17th. says that it is not true that
there are caterpillars ID A lac bu a and Columbia
Counties. The so-called caterpillars are erase
worms, and the cotton crop is the beat that
has been had in fifteen years. The worm is
expected in August, which may reduce the
Daua LABELS.-Wa desire to call the atten?
tion of druggists in the city and throughout
the State to the peculiar facilities of THE NEWS
Job Office for printing all kands of drug labels,
presenptioa blanks, Ac, at the shortest no?
tice, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Our stock of cuts, borders and
fancy type is unusually large and choice. Call
and examine specimens of work.
TEX MILLS HOUSE.-It is reported that the
reason of the delay in commencing the pro?
posed repairing aud fitting np of thia well
known, house is because the parties who de
aired to lease it hare not produced the refer?
ences requested bet?re the contract should be
signed; nut it is understood that Messrs. Par?
ker A Bro. will s ho ttl furn i m satisfactory rel?
eren ces. and commence operations without fur?
Hum PRICE FOB PEACHES.-A crate of
peaches, containing three pecks, crown in
Wilhstoo by Mr. J. M. Smith, was recently
sold in New York tor $30. ?f tba c?ate bad4!
been packed, $25 could Have been . btained.
This is the highest prie J ever obtained for a
crate of South Carolina peaches at th H season.
Last year the highest price paid was $15. and
this jeir, with the exception mentioned, $12
Jua been the hignest price obtained.
FRENCH MADE Baft.-Mr. Eugene Esdra has
eent us a pack of "French Conversation Play?
ing Cards, "ot whicli be is the inventor. The
object of the game is .. Fren oh Made Easy," the
idea being to teach phrases and pronunciation
at the sam0 tim". For instance, card seven?
teen has upon it, "Thank you Madam,"and
the French, "Merci Madam." to be pronounc?
ed "Maje Sea Mad-d ?mm." Card six has upon
it, "Ask the gentleman in the Parlor," trans?
lated "Priez ce Monsieui d'entrer au Balon,"
which is to be orouounced "Pree-ess-smuss-e
jcrdnottraj-ross-sal-'on?." And BO on with
the others o. the fifty-two cards of the nack.
The examples we b ive given illustrate perlec
ly the b saut ?ea of ho s stem; but wo may be
permitted to remark t ia' 'C'est un plaisir que
j'estime trop h>n ." is not idiomatic French.
.??nd that "Ld Prochain mar age de ma Soeur"
can hardly b .< taken as a translation of "My
sister is to be mirrie J soon."
A SURPRISE PARTY.
How Ute Iai were Pat oat and the Oat?
Pat in-lino Wunitot aaa Man?
da na nee* not to fee Obtained-One wk?
baa the Innings doesn't feel sar? of
ala t oatt ion oa the ifield .
THE NEWS of yesterday mentioned that on
Saturday the Mayor bad addressed Jettera to
P. C. Querry, City 8heriff; Wm. N. Hughes,
Assessor; and C. P. Frazer, Assistant Assessor,
stating that the "duly elected and qualified"
desired their offices, and requesting them to
turn over their books and papers, with' whiob
request the late incumbents refused to comply.
Tho Mayor made no reply to tue refusal, but tt
was reported that he said decisive ?cf ion would
I be taken on Monday. Thus matters stood. The
Assessor carried the key of his office home.
Captain Jenks, Inspector, had the key of the
Sheriff's office, which Is jnst in rear of that of
The officers above named, it is understood,
suspected that an attempt would be made to
slip in their offices at some time during the
day when the; stepped out on business, and
therefore when they were compelled to leave
they left some one in charge; but they did not
suspect that their offices would be taken from
them out of business Lours, especially when
the doors were locked and the keys were in
their possession. Once upon a time in Charles
ton, there was a quiet, nice old fellow, who oc?
cupied the respousrble position of sexton of
church, and carried the keys of the
church in his pocket. ' One night he, with the
citizens geuerally, were aroused by an alarm
of fire. He hurriedly dressed and started io
the direction of the fire, and .vbile on the way
was hailed by an excited citizen, who told him
to hurry, for the-church was on fire.
"Oh, that cannot be," said our sexton; "for
i've got the keys in my pocket." But we are
Early yeaterdiy morning, the Chief of Police,
accompanied by a locksmith, a small number
of policemen and Alderman T. J. Mackey, the
latter of whom went along in his Aldermanic
capacity to represent ' e city, proceeded to
the City Hall and quietly picked the lock of tho
Assessor's office, and installed therein the
"duly elected and qualified" Assessor, P. J.
Coogan, and hts assistant, Dr. M. O. Camplin,
who, with the "duly," Ac, Sheriff, George Ad?
dison, had been notified to be OD band. The
offiee-seizers then went down stairs to the
Sheriffs office, and with the key, which had
been obtained by a flank movement, opened
the door and installed the Sheriff. A police?
man was then placed at the door of each of the
the seized offices, with orders to prevent any
intrusion from the late incumbents. The
"dal; elected and qualified" sat down in the
chairs and cooked their feet upon the desks of
the late incumbents, and awaited events.
THE LATE INCUMBENTS
Came down at the usual hour to enter upon
the business of the day, and of course were
much astonished lo behold their offioe doors
open and a knight of the a ar and baton at and?
ing tn the doorway. Ideas of burglary and the
like occurred to .them, which, however, were
dissipated when they advanced, as then the po?
licemen informed them of wha+ had happened.
Mr. Hughes and his assistant, after a short
parley, retired. Io the Sheriff's office Mr.
Querry was accosted by Mr. Addison, who
stood well protested, with the remark that he
wanted to have peace. Mr. Querry concluded
not to pioclaim war and retired.
The three ejected officers held a meeting
later in the day, and concluded to consult
their lawyers whom they had engaged to eon
test the election. An investigation into the
matter showed that the ins could not be pnt
ont by quo warrantas or mandamuses, as
there was no judge in the city to issue them
Judge Carpenter having left for the North on
Saturday; all of whioh was, of course, known
to the office-seizers, who patiently awaited the
departure of the judge before commencing op?
HOW rr is TO BSD
No one seem* to know, bat we suppose the
counsel of the late incumbents will decide
upon some course of action-we never knew
lawyers to fail in presenting some law or other
that would not keep a man either in or ont of a
place as they desired-whioh if it do not re?
move the "daly," Ac., will give them a good
shaking np. As it is, the Assessor and his
assistant are for the present secure in their
positions-so is the Sheriff, bot he doesn't feel
so, as a policeman will be kept on duty at the
offioe. Beside the lock has been taken off of
the door and so arranged by th3 locksmith that
the key of the late Asses JO- will not work in it.
Tue Sheriff, the "duly," &c, was quite un?
easy yesterday, anticipating a storming party
if be remained, and a qniet occupation by the
enemy if he stepped ont. 'J he advice from
numerous disin tores"lcd friends that he should
sleep in the offioe and have his meals sent to
him, was duly considered by him; but late in
tho day be determined to leave the precious
charge in the keeping of the policeman. Dur
ing the mornings be is perfectly safe, as no
one ot the hostile forco will attempt to push
through the crowd of colored men who besiege
tua Inspector for "wuk," which will have to be
done oefore he can be reached.
As we go to press everything is quiet around
the City Hall.
entraras.- The Sues imposed by the Mayor
yesterday amounted to $38.
Several persons were fined by the Mayor yes?
terday for throwing water into the street.
Tim Hurley will leave for Washington in a
day or two to help some office-seeker into a
Mr. J. H. Gooch, a citizen of Marlboro' Dis?
trict, bas invented a cotton plough, whioh the
experienced ones decide to be a great im?
provement on all others in use and much
It is reported that there will be a grand pro?
cession this week in honor of the new Collec?
tor, composed of those who de-nre office under
him. It is thought that it will take three
boors lor the prc cess tu i to pass any given
MASONIC FATB.-For some time past the Ma?
sonic fraternity of ? bis city have been ta'king
ab jut holding a grand Cur in tbo fall, SB J late?
ly have determined to do so.
Io order to carry our in .MI object they have
organized an association known ss the Masonic
Fair Association, composed ot three members
from each Lodge in the city. Mr. Augustine
T. Smythe is chairman, and Mr. B. E. Brown
secretary of the association, which has already
sent circulars to all of the Lodges of the United
States requesting contributions. A number of
the Lodg e have responded, some sending
money and others arti:! js. Among the articles
are regalias and silver-ware. The fair will be held
on the third Tuesday in November, at which
time the Grand Lodfje of the State will be in
session. The fair will b held for a week and
longer if successful, winch it certainly will be.
Each Lodge m tho oil> will bave a tab!e in the
fair roora. Tie li iv fiieuds rf the members
are interesting themselves in the nutt.r, and
there is considerable rivalry among them.
Members of Lodges in ibis mid tho adjoining
slates will bo invited to attend. This fair will,
doubtless, be the largsst and most successful
ever held m Charleston. The object is to raise
funds for the bcnolitTof tho tva tu roi ty here.
COLLECTOR MACKEY SERENADED.
Speeches - A mother each Victory for
licpabllrmmj as that in Virginia, ?ad
RepubiieonUm ia Uaidoate tb laka tate
Colleetor - The Collector I ute nu i to
Expose Ute Traitors .to Rep?blica ?brm
and ta ?ead them Baak to their Orig
i aal Maa.
About ten o'clock last night, bat ween twelve
and fifteen hundred Republicans of Charles?
ton, headed by two bands of music, proceeded
to the residence of Dr. A. G. Mackey and gave
him a serenade. After the bands had played,
''Hail to the Chief,"' "Home Agate," and a few
other airs, loud calls were made for Dr. Mackey
who, upon appearing, was greeted with cheers.
A. J. Ban ier, ( h airman of the Be publican
State Central Committee; then delivered an
address ot welcome in the name of the
Republican parly of the city and State. He
assured Dr. Mackey that the hearts of all true
Republicana beat, ss of old, responsive to his
own; assured him of their sympathy, and de?
clared that Republicana saw, in his removal
(lom office, the initial step to Ihe establishment
of Conservatism in this State; that the Repub?
lican party of South Carolina would triumph in
the future as in the past; that it would make no
surrender to Walkerism, bat, like the loval and
Kalian t t-rew that engaged the Confederate mon?
itor, "if it must fall it will go down with its col?
ors flying, sod with every gun ringing defiance
to its enemies." He expressed the confident
belief that the time was not far distant when the
Republican party of South Carolina would dem?
onstrate to the nation at large their confi?
dence in Dr. Mackey, and their grateful ap?
preciation ot his distinguished services and
sefferings for the cause that it upholds. He
said that the voicei of Republicans here may
be feeble with the administration, bnt tbe men
who would betray them would lind that their
votes are potent.
Dr. Mackey responded by thanking the
speaker and the assembled citiaeus for their
g?nerons welcome, which he attributed, not to
his personal merits, but to fidelity to the prin?
ciples of Republicanism. He said that he
valued this gratelul tribute of esteem from
his political friends and associates in his
native city more than the glittering bauble
of public office; that his official relations
with the Administration were not yet for?
mally dissolved, and hence he did not think
this time proper for him to- present his
views fully in regard to its recent acts as
they affected himself, but that he would, at
no distant day, lay before his fellow-Repub
licans a chapter of political history, whioh
would show that senators and representatives
whom they and he had elevated to power, had
basely betrayed their trust. On that occasion
he would spare no traitor; that they bsd
taken certain men from the mire to place
them in exalted positions, and the people
whom they had betrayed would consign them
to their original mud. They would realize
these traitors-the ttuth of the old adage,
"Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall into it." He
concluded by denouncing the covert attempt
to organize a third party here; declared that
Conservative Republicanism is Democracy in
disguise; and said that we shall have no Vir?
ginia in South Carolina; that he knew no Re?
publicanism but Btdical Republicanism, and
that as a Radical Republican be would stand
CAN THIS na So ?-TBS NEWS learns that on
yesterday Alderman Geddings and Senator
Sawyer applied to Alderman Howard, colored,
and requested bim tosigo the bond of Collec?
tor Clark, which he refused to do. The repcrt
comes in sucha way that its truth can scarcely
HOTEL ARRIVALS, JULY 19. - Pavilion Hotel.
W T. Tupper, B. F. Wolman, City; W. C. Ful?
ler, H. C. Faller, Jacksonville, F la.7 Alex. Mc-,
Kenzie, Forenoe; H. J. Sergeant, Jas. Porter,
Charleston Hotel-J. T. Thweate, Colum?
REVOLVER DISPLAY.-A white mau named
M. B. Ryan appeared before the Mayor, yes?
terday, to answer the charge of having drawn
his revolver upon a colored mm named Robt.
McGilpy, at the corner of Queen and Hing
streets. The accused could not disprove the
charge, and was fined ten dollars.
UNITED STATES COUBT, JOLT 19-HOE. GEO.
8. BRYAN, JUDGE, PRESIDING,-The following
business was disposed of to-day:
In the District Court.-In the cases of George
W. Cooper and D. D. McFaddin, et al, vs. Wil?
liam ?. Plowden, William Townsend, et al, vs.
James D. Blandiag, George A. Locke, et al,
vs. Thomas D. Forsworth, orders were issued
confirming sales and distribution of funds.
In the case of William C. Butler vs. J. A.
Blane, a petition to sell personalty, the peti?
tion was granted, the proceeds to be held
subject to the ordor ot the court.
In the case of Bobert E. Richardson vs.
John Davenport, petition to establish lien,
the petition was referred to Registrar dawson,
who was ordered to report after notice by as?
signee to lien creditors.
In the case of Bobert Macbeth vs. David A.
Layne, petition to Bet up lion, the petition was
referred to Registrar dawson.
Petitions of Thomas J. Whittaker, B. C.
Bryan, Johnson A. Bland, William P. Butler,
(all of Edgeneld,) for final discharge in bank?
ruptcy, were granted.
Petition of Qeorge Tupper, of Charleston,
for final discharge, was granted.
Petitions of Albert A. Sehumaker, A. J. How
ser, G. J. TJlmer, Mauisou P. Way, (all of
Orangeburg,) for final discharge, were granted
In the case of the Charleston Hotel Compa?
ny vs. Joseph H. Purcell, application for set?
tlement of rent, tho matter was referred to
In the case of 8. B. Mellich imp, of Orange?
barg, application for copyright of a map of
Orangeburg, the application was graoted.
In tbe caso of Henry Waterman vs. B. J.
Muirhead, ct al, the report of Registrar Car?
penter, relative to an injunction, was read,
a'ter which the court ordered that the injunc?
tion horotofore given be dissolved, and that
the pet tioiier be ordered to loceive from
Cohen, Han'kel & Co. all monds coming to
bim from the lieu which ho holds, and which is
men none J in tho petition.
In the Circuit Court.-In Ihe case of the
Charleston Gaslight Company, et al, vs. John
Fraser A Co., et al-a bill for injunction and
relief-the answers of the respondents wero
filed, and leave was granted f jr the complain?
ant to amend the bill, after which the caso was
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PROPRIETARY STAHPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on band, ami for sale by
HUGER & RAVES EL,
No. 66 East Bay,
July 10 Opposite Ciuri' r Office.
gK ajatMlUMO A\I? ll UU-CLT'TTftG,
LADIES AND JHlLDhiLN
attended at their re&ideuces promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Bimer,
April 14 Ho, 31 l)road-?treet tup stairs.)
Sl?!rt5 onU /imintji ?oubs.
FINK WHITES SHIKTS.-TIIE CEL.E
BUA TED 8T?B 8HIBT8. Ul all ale?, ready
made ec made to order, at
Gentlemen'% Furnishing Store,
_Mectlng-etret, oppoilte the Marte*.
FANCY BXRIPBD PKBCAUB SUlKTR,
of the bent quality and In assorted patterns, at
Gentlemen's furnish mg Store,
Meeting-atreet opposite the atarse!
INDIA OA CZ K SHIltTS. Fu OM 34 T4#
44 inches, at PC0TT'8
Gent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market
LISLE THU EAD SH1KT8, WITH LONG
and short Sleeves, in an sizes and grades, at
t? CO il'S
Gentlemen'? Furnishing Store.
_Steering-street, opposite the Market
DRAW K RS, IN LINEN AND JEANS,
in aU s'zes, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite th" Market.
GEN TI, RM KU'S LINE* AND PA* EK
COLLABS-a specialty. The best stock, in
price, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles cons tant ly OD band, via: Broadway, Vander?
bilt. Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, hoz, Shakespeare,
Dickens, Boaton ?acht Club. At
soo r rs
Gentlemen's Famishing Store,
_Meeting-? tree t, opposite the Marlret.
GRAY'S PAIENT MOULDED OBIKNT
COLLAR; also the laust style Paper Collar,
called tba Kt YSTOSE, manufactured by the Key?
stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'* Fur ni eh nz F tot.,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALL
styles and sizes. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetug-etreet, o;jp site the Harket
HOSIERY- ENGLISH AND GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opnoalte tbe Market.
NECKTIES AND C it AVA . 8.-A FILL
lme of the latest styles of NE EliE.-, CKA
VATS, SCAB PS and DOW.-, Srnng i- tocks and Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOT l's
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetlng-stteet, opposite the Market
HANDKKRCIHe FM, IN LINEN AND
SILK, ready hemme i tor immediate use. At
Gentlemen's Famishing More,
Meeting-street opposite the Market.
UMBU EL LAM. IN COTTON, 8COTCH
Ginsham, Alpaca and Silk all sizes and prices.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
July 8 SAO Cmos
PERSON i WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
Usted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should bi each case be
given aa to the style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 3mos*
Progs, Cljeimrcls, (Etc
GRIMAI LT & CO.'S PREPARATIONS 1
IODIZED SYRU P OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIMB
All fresh from Paris, and for Bale by
Dr. H. BAKU,
May'8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JjEATH TD WD
ll BI S t
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Beat tn Use.
They are made of "Santoulne," and contain no
Bead what one of the most distinguished physi?
cians of Richmond, Va., saya about the Lozenges :
I have loo* used f antonino, the aenve principle of
European Woim-Seed, as an effectual remedy for
Worms ls chlUren. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of lt, which la a very
pleasant and palatable f >nn in which to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on as prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAER, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No, 181 Meeting-street.
Q O L O O S E ,
SUPERIOR TO THE BEST IMPOSTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wholesale
and retail bf Dr. H. B \EB,
June Qi No. 131 Meeting street
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CARBONATE OF AM M ONU
CBEAM OF TABTAB
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
jy<JR THE HAIR.
PHALON3 CHEMICAL HAIR INYIGORATOR
AYERS HAlK VIUOR
MONIGOlIERrS HALB RESTOBER
BURNETf'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HALB
CHALFANT'S COCOA CBEAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HAITI DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM, icc., Ac.
For sale by Br. H. BA ER,
Mav 8 No. 131 MKETINQ.MTBBBT,
r?0 REMOVE GHEASU SPOTS.
USE THE DOC BLE DISTILLED
I Prepared, and for sale, wholesile and retail, by
DB. H. BAER, '
May 26 No. 131 Meiting-street.
TOMES, MELVA1N & CO.,
No. 6 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
FOWLING PIECES OF ALL QUALITIES, SUITA?
BLE tor the Southern trade, both MUZZLE AND
BREECH LO AOL' R"?.
INSTO'KA FULL AWSORTMFNr OF CUTLE?
RY, PERFUMERY BRINHM. SOAPS, ic.
SOLE AJQBNTS FOB THE
GENUINE D li HINGER PINIOL.
July 19 owflmo
MUTUAL FIBS AND LIFB
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
anddlitinet by chart?r. 110 J, OOO paid into toe In
aurance Department of Georgia according to law
for tao benefit of the assured in this Company,
ts tock holders wealthy and responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent ot its earnings to the Stockholders; the
rest o t the profita divided among the Policyholders
on the cc ntl ibu ti on plan.
Ure Department has been in successful opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
life Department ia full and successful operation,
and vi ein g with old companies in its success.
All of its Policio non-lo rf et table, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an an L ni ty table and return premium plas.
No rrstnottoaa upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured] on sam? terms as men.
Loans half cf ia premium?. No notes taken,
ornez n s : I
W. /. LAWTON, President. V ? ?
J. C. McBCRNhY, Vier-Prc<ddent.
R. J. Ll ti BIFO OT, secretary.
C. F. MoOAY. roos?.arrog Ac'uary.
P. k. WRIGHT, Examining"Physician.
Thia Company is now prepared to taie risks either
in the Fire or Lifo Departments; and solicits a share
of the patronage of the city and sta' e.
J. O HOL, M t H. Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local sui 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. 39 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
July 5 nae mwf
Q U A R D I A N MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized in 1850.
ALL POLICES NOS-FORFEI TABLE.
HA LF LOAN TA KEN. NO NO TES B EQ Ul RED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FITTY) PER CENT.
Polices In force.$29,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. MoADAM, Actuary.
O.A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. Jascas HARPES, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOBS J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
Wu. T. BOOKER, Wall-street.
Wa. M. VEBSOXTK, Banker (Vennilye A Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hon. GEORGE OPOTEE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. HOBOAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY. Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
BEVJ. B. SHER HAM, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Ren ?ling Co npany.
A AEON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Downe, Lawyers.
Il V. HADOHWOCT, Firm E V. Haughwoat A Co.
WK WILSENS, Firm of W. Wilkeits A Co.
JCLIUS H. PRATT. Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. STARR, Merchant
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant
Gao. W. COTTLE a, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Eire Insur?
JOHN G. SHER-WOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Pith Avenue and
En WAU n H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. OOOSWELL, Merchant
OB.OROB Kl HM.
GENERAL AGENT FOR 80?rH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN ST J h BN A. Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
(tfflce No. !?69 King-street,
JanmryU ly CHARLESTON, 3.0.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
TUET CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL SISEASES OP THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TOST ARE R?C0 M M KNUT!) BT THE
MSEIXOAL FA O ULTV.
HEGEMAN &> CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Itoufactnredby C. F. PANKN?N.
CEBOS? AMS AF0TBECA87,
OHARLESTON, S. C.
EsJ-For Sale by Druggists Evcryu>here.~&
Febrnaiy 15 mwf l yr
THIS IS ONE OF TEE MOST PROSPEROUS PA
PEES in the south, ia published dally in Montgomery
the Capital nf Alabama; bas an extensive sirculatioi
'li rough out the State, and offers advantages and in
durcments to advertisers which lew other journal
A regular file of the paper may be seen at tbe
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. 3 BRO AD-3TREE1,
And contracts for advertising may be mads with th1
Agents in . carlcston,
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
G. H. GIliSON & CO.,
MarchO Proprletcr', Montgomery Ala.
BY B. ?Sc A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tbe 20th instant, ?inbf Hold, before oar
?tore, et half-put 9 o'clock,
9 BBL8. POKE HR ADS
4 bb ls. Pork Trimmings
4 bbli Pork longues
7 bbl?. Polk F,?t
2 bbla. Pork Hocks
IS bbia. iv ess Beet.
Conditions cisb._July IO
BT li Sc A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tbe 20th butant, will be sold, before oar
?tore, at halt-past 9 o'clock.
S3 BOXES ADAM ASH.Vt CANDLES.
Conditions cash. - July 20
i Sugar cured Ham.
BY HEN KY CO BIA & CO.
THIS DAT, at quarter-past 9 o'clock, will be sold,
before. Our 6 tore,
10 tierces choice Sugar-cured HAMS.
Conditions cub- Jul-.- 20
GEO. W. NTEFFE?8
W1U sell, TO-DAY, at half past 9 o'clock, io front of
bis atore No. f0 Vendas Bange,
46 kegs a d hall keaa BUTTER
22 boxes Factory Cheese '
9000 lbs. smoked Hogs' Heads
6000 Vb*. Shoulders
1000 tba. unbagged Hams
15 tierces canvased Hams
D. 8. Sides, Strips, Mackerel, fcc , &c.
July 20 _. .- - '?.
Hame, Shoulder?, Strips, ?-c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will eeU TH I..>.!) AY. in front of their Stores, at qutr
ter-past 9 o'clock,
400 CHOI E i A.NV >s?Li HAMS
4 hbdi. Bngbt shoulders
3000 pounds Choice s rip?
10 ti"r> es f- m iked Bellies
7 boxes Long Clear --ides
20 bbl?. Molasses
30 bbls Light hr ?wa Sugar
lOtf bags M ddJIng Flour. July 20
K?KLU MON SALE.
Will be sold for casb, THIS DAY, the 20th instant,
by virtue of an execution at the suit ot-, the
following articles of prorertv of-, at the store
No. 159 K?DR north of Queen-streef, commenc?
ing ai 10 o'clock A M.,
19 cases bASHE?, 4 light? high, 1 light w'dc, glass
22 by 28
2 Paeh Doora, matches
7 Portrait Frame?
ll Mirror Frames.
Joly 20_1*_J. J. KENNY, Baliff.
UND Kit Dh CHGE IN EQUITY.
Morr?on, Son ?r Hoyt vt. Robert H. H (Ich.
A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold, in front of tbe Old Customhouse. THIS
DAY, the 20th July, at ll o'elork, precisely,
All that LOT, PIECE OB PA Ito L OF LAND,
with a two story Wooden Dwelling House and Brick
Outbuildings thereon, situate, lying and being on
tbe north side of Green-street, tn the City of charles?
ton aforesaid, being part of a lot known in a plan
of lots formerly belonging to the Trastees of tbe
co lepe of Charleston, made by Ji sepb Purcell, and
recorded in the office cf Kepi.tor of Me-ne Convey?
ance for Charleston District in Book V. No. 8, P.
200, Ky the No 14 Bounded north on land late
of Ul chart! Hollowar, f. irsaorly part o : this loi, east
on land of said Bichar! Holloway, south us Green
?tre*t. west on lot No. 13 sf said plat; measuring in
front 46 fe-t 6 inches, same ou back line, and ia depth
104 teer, be the same di nen-lons more or less.
That LOT C F LAND, adjoining tl e. above cn the
east, berne part of lot *o. 13 on said plat. Butting
north on lani of said Holloway ( 1 ?ceased.) formerly
part of lot No 15. east on College-street, suits os
Green .street, west on lot No 14; measur sg in front
on Oreen-st re ot 46 feet ? in ah e.-, on the north lue
46 feet, and is depth 70 ? -et, be the some more or
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured bv bond of the purobaser and mort?
gage of the premises, with interest semt-anr nally
until the debt be paid ; premises to be insured and
pol cy aligned. E. W. M. MACKEY, 8.0.0,
July 20 tul
LNOh.lt DECREE IN EQUITY.
Joseph S. Ingletby vt. George Evan? and
Martha Ellen, hi? wife, et al
A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 3d dar of August
next, in front of the Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock A. M. precisely.
All tbat LOT OF LAND, situate os the aouth side
of Tradd-street, and known as No. 45, in the City of
Charleston, ueisurlng and containing in iront on
said street 95 feet 6 inches, and is d ptb 98 feet, be
the same more or less Butting and bounding east
OB lands of William In a les by ; south os lands of
; west on lands of . and n rth on Tradd
street aioresaiJ. Together with tbe right of a pas?
sage through a small alley, lu common with the
House and Tenement to tbe west ot the aforesaid
Lot of Land.
Teres-une-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay
tor papers and stamps.
K. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
UNDER DEC KEE IN EQUITY.
John S Palmer, et al, Executor? of S J.
Palmer, vt. J. J. William?, Lout? McLain,
Will be sold or TUESDAY, the 3d day of August
next, is frost of me Old Poetofflce, at ll o'clock
All tbat TRACT OF LAND, commonly known as
"Gravel Hltl" and the "Oaks Tract" situ ve m tbe
Pari-h of St, ?stephen's, on tba "Old Wing Road,"
"Fair Forest swam?," and the waters ot Cooper
River, having ?neu battings ?nd bounding* as are
laid down m a plat ot reserves by W. B Mellard In
February and March. 1866, duly recorded ls the
Kegisiry of Means Conveyance f jr Charlestos County
in Book "G," No. 14, page 208. ./*
Terms-One-third cash; balance with interest
from day of sale lu one, two and three years, tobe
secured by bond and mortgage of the premises,
Purchaser to pay for paper- and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
July 13 tu4 ti. C. C.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL hUPEBINTENDENT'Sf OFFICE, I
CHABLESTON, 8. C., April 9, li-6a. I
ON AND A FT EB SU:'DA?, APWL ltrH, THU
PAfcSLI-'OEB TRAINS of the South Carol.! a Ball
road will rup as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 a. M,
Arrive at augusta.4.45 P. M,
Cou nee ting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery ase
Leave Charleston.8..*0 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Maacheeter Bal)
road, inc Camden train
EWU CH ABLESTON.
Lew Augusta.9.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.?.10 P. al
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
AUGUSTA NIGBT EX PR Ess
HT.'MD ATP EIC KITED.'
Leave Charleston.7..YU f. M
Arrive at Augusta.* lu A. M
Connecting wltb trams tor Memphis, Nu?hnll
ind Hew Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta.a,.*.U P. *
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. li
ttOLI'MHlA NIGHT hSPRtsS.
ll UNSAYS rXCKPTEIV
Leave Charleston .t?.OS P. M
Arrive at Collin, o.a.1.15 A. y
Connccricg -uuaays excppied: with Greenville an
'ohm ni? Railroad.
-.eave Columbia.?.6? P. v.
irr:ve at Charleston.5.30 A. V
S MMERVILI.E 1RAIN.
Leave Charleston.VS 1'. V
\rnve at Summerville. fi.' 0 2. li
Leave Summerville.7.ie A. M
Arrive at Charleston.?.23 a. V
Camden and . nlumbl? Pat-senaer Trans on MON
BATS, WEI NESDATs ami SATUBSAT8, connects witt
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6 35 A. M
Arri>e at Columbia.ll. "? A. M
Leave Columbia.2P? JJ
Arrive at Camden.7.03 P. M.
Signed' H. T. Pfc*K>.,
*pr*l 1" General Sanenntewd**?!.
l?mes, r?tqn?rs, <?tr._
y~v L ? WHISKIES.
l?g U.IDEItSIGNI?D iJ.G LB*V? TO AN?
NOUNCE that tbev have been appo ute I by Mea rs,
U NKY -. UAN^l- ir CO.. oi Puil rlelpliia, theil
?ii? Agent's 1 -r the -?t.teof '"?util ? arntlna for the
ede uf then' ei-li'i'MtpJ ?' .ME X XX XXX. XXXX,
N'M.IAR CABLNEI ami ober br.uds uLD liYr
WHt HIE .
lh y a.so wish to announce mat f lif>- w.ll be ir
con-taut re.vipt of .ber CPPPEB DI-IIL-EE
HOG* I'A IN Flt KB BYE ?HI-KIE?, diiect fi om
? '.vii. y a H.muisvi.le, Bo keley uounty, Wc
Liberal contraes ?1 1 bi milo tor la-^e loti of
new Whiskies in bj .a at Diatit.en Warehouse.
No. 8? last Hay slreet,
June 16 wfniSuiOj Charleston, S. C.
Shoulden, Earn, Bittier, Chotee, ?ce.
RI ECKE ft SCHACHTE
Will ;ell THT5 D AY, tt their Stott*, Not. 143 tad Hf
Esst Bay, at t qnnrzr to 19 o'clock,
3000 peas da SHO?LDEBS
1000 poonda I). H. Shoulder?
5000 pounds Barns, bag and na bag
50 pac i ages Butter ? '
30 boxea < hsese, Factory
150 bbl I. Herringa
[_20 bbla. Molasses. Jt?jl?
Barn?, Stripe, Shoulden, Butter, Lari, Pota?
BY LAUREY k Al.FX ANDER.
THIS DAY, the 30th in? t.. win be sold in our Store,
tt 10 o'clock,
800 uncovered HAMS
1000 Siripa and Breakfast Baron
30!) shoulders, large and small
200 Pig Heads
40 kegs and tubs lard
100 boxes Smoked Herrings
SSVUM* Flour- vT
15 kegs Butter . ? ,
200 reamsWr*?png Papar '
30 bbls Potatoes '
30 bushels damaged Corn.
Conditions cash. July 24
Bandtome Cottage Sett, Ornerai Household
Furniture! Bair, Moss r.nd Straw Mattrettetv
Crockery, Sundritt, Smoked Beef, Lager
Beer, t?c -
No. 150 Meet! ng-*tteet.
WiU sci!, TB Is DAY. as above, commencing at 15
o'clock, A. M.
Conditions cash. Joly20
Mutee, (art, Barnett, Gold Watch, ?el
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Will be sold TO-MOBBOW, 31st July, at ll o'clock.
In front of eur Office, Ko. 36 Erctd-atreat,
ONE (li MULE . .
One (1) Cart .
Ono il} Plough
Two (2i Hoes - .
Beten ?I) sashes for Hot-beds '. .
Two (!) sets Hamers
One (1) Gold Watcu, and H" 'i i
A lot of Sund rles j? ly 7$ '
Valuable Beal Ettate at Auction. . '.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Auctioneer* ' - r
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed, by the
Hon. George S (.ryan. Judge of the United State?
District Court for tue District of South OaroHaa, I
will offer for sile at public auction, at the Oil
Postofflee, toot of Broad-street, on T BU BSD AY,
July 22d, at ll o'clock K. M.,
All that PLANTATION OB Til ACT OF LAND, os
the Wando Bi ver. about nine miles from charleston,
known as Woodville, containing four trundled acres*
more or leas.
AB that PLANTATION OB IB ACT OF LASDL
known as the Derby Tract, td tua ted mue rear or
the Four Milo Hon-e. on the plank road, containing
forty-four acres of high land and eight acree of
marshland, more or lesa ; : - > i
ALSO, ? >
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Bundies, situ?
ated on tbe ?est side of We shanie-street, in the Vil?
lage of Bikers vi Ile, measuring and containing oaths
front and bjok lines each ninety teet by tJareehun?
dred feet in depth. . J.... ', ?
ALSO, . . rv
AH that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings' there?
on, situate at the corner of the Wain BO?dand DivL
pion--treet. In tbe Village of Biker??Ule. maaroriag
and emtaininit In front on Division-street ninety
feet, and in depth-feet; butting sad aonaoAg
east on Hain Road, west on Northeastern Railroad
track, south on Division street, and west on lande of
AU those TWO LOTS, known a* Lot B and Lot (t
in the plan of the Tillage of Hikers ville, made > y
John L. Branch. Lot B containing abeu! one tai
one-quarter acres, and Lot O ??g about rwea<
ty-one acres of marsh land, as wfll appear by refer?
ence hid to Bald plat, ?
Ail that PLANTATION OB TBACT OF LAND, op?
posite the Quarter House, on the plank road, about
five miles from Charleston, containing one hundred
and six (108) acres, more or lesa.
TWELVE LOTS In the 1 own of RaveneL situ?t?
on the Charleston and Savannah B*ilr oad, - about
fifteen miles from Charier ton, fronting on kf si lord
street, and measuring on said f ont line two hun?
dred and ten feet each, and containing from four, to
seven seres each, as may be seen by tar plat of said.
Teims-One-third cash; balance in two equal
succ?s?ive annual instalments, secured tr? bond of
purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Buildings
to be insured and tolley assigned. Purchasers to
pay tor papers and stamps. io
LOUIS McLAIN, .
Assignee tor 1>. Rtkor, |
ay To WHOM rr HAT COHCXHX.-The lian credi?
tors of D. BIKER, Bankrupt, are htreby notified
that pursuant to an order of Court, dated March
25th, 1869, they are required to prove and establish
their Bens, bet?re J. c. CARPEN t EB. Esq.. Regis
tr jr, on or before July 1st, 1869, or else be debarred
from any benefit arising from the decree to.be mada
in thia case. .LOUIS Mo LA IN,
July 14 wfm3tuth3 Assign?e D. ?ker. .
Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Bonde.
, BY H. H. UeLEON.
I will ceU on TUE8DAY. July 37th, at fha Old Post
office, at Charleston, s. C., at ll o'clock, .
$16,000 FIRST MORTGAGE BONDs of Pensacola
and Georgia Railroad Company
$9,500 Second Mortgage Bonds of Pensacola and
Georgia Railroad Company, second by
mortgage on lands.
Conditions caso. ital hi mm3 July 17.
jy? kV. FILLET,
TROT, NEW TORE.
MANUTAC TU B EB OF
STOVES, BANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
MPHILANTHROPIST," " CHIEF COOK?
"CHARTER OAK" AND ,,CIVILIANM
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHESK
awn roi SALB BX
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, conveniences and the general
purposes to which Cooking Stoves are used. Tko
PHILANTHROPIST ls eitra heavy plated, and hat
Ash Drawer; can be made into a ?ix boiler bala
?tove-, has cast iron Wtfer Taok galvanised,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class ?to?e. ita
CTVI LIAN is of a neat design, and baa aline Urge
Oven. This Stove can be had ?rf tb the extension
nark, six holes, and reservoir wheu -lealred
For further information apply io
D. L. F??LLBMTON,
January 36 ?TOS A neuste, Ga
THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAR Ht- BEEV IS?
SUED to the Sheriffs of the varitas Counties,
throughout the state:
LAND COM SI rsa IO STE'S mex, I
COLUMBIA, s. c. J.ny li 1*69 J
To the Sheriff of -- Count]/:
-in-You aie her-by reou sied to renort to this
office all landa in your County pu'caa*ed by the
Stat* at 1 ax Sales, date of purchase. o> whom occu?
pied, under whit au horiiy ih?- party bold? posses?
sion, whether under cultivation or nat and what
disposition cLould be msde of al' euch lands to se?
cure the ereaiestb?n:flt ti theft e. A tull and
ejrly report, together with your rec >aim<>n la?on
andeugeestio?s and s statement of your-expenses
incurred, will oblige.
Very respectfully, C. P. LE LIE.
.'n'y ll 6 14Cli Commissioner.