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MEETINGS THIS DA T.
Tyre Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Vire Company at 8 P. sf.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Land Company, at half-past 6
'carolina Base Ball Club, at 8 P. M.
C. L., st 8 P. M. -
8. P. C. Club, st - P. M.
AUCTION SALES TRIS DAT.
HoLXM A MACBETH will sen at ll o'clock, at
their prune, mnlea, cart, ?a,
B. M. MA&HHAIX A BBOTHXB will sell at half
past 10 o'clock, ac their office, horses, mules
and cows. : I
MILES D&AXE will sell st 10 o'clock, at bas
store, clothing, dry goods, io.
N. A. Hum will sen at 10 o'clock, at bi?
Store, boots, shoes, ?tc.
. WIUIAV MoXAi wi? oeil st 10 o'clock, at his
.tors, horse, furniture, Ac.
^PESSOITAX -Collector Clark arrived on the
Champion yesterday morning.
Congressman 'Dowan is in town.
S?XXDSK DEATH.-Mr. John McKay, about
fifty years of age. a native of Scotland, and
who; for many years past, has been ha charge
Of the rice md] of Mr. W. J. Bennett, died
eery suddenly yesterday.
THE NEWS XS THB CouNTBr.-Beaders of j
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their favorite paper by mail, daily, at seventy
. fire cents a month, by addreseiog a note, with
their anbscrtptron. to oar publication office.
. THB WEATHER.-The rain, yesterday, was,
quito refreshing while it lasted, but instead of I
?oblag the air it left it hotter. We learn that j
on Monday there were heavy showers of rain
all ejong the hoe of the Wilmington and Wel?
don and Greenville Railroads. The.sMns in
this section have doubtless benefit ted tn? crops
wer*, mach. _
Tn YACHT RACK -SATTJEDAT. - Th 9 two crack
boats of oar harbor, the Eleanor and filia j
Anns,; will be the only boats engaged in the
yacht race next ?aiurday. There is great in
Cerest taken iq thia race, sud we- hereford hope
that the owners of same of the steamers will
get ap exrorsien- to acoompany the yachts,
and thus give all a chance to view every move?
ment in the race,
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DrscHAaoED.-^-Betweea the first and twelfth
Ays of this month one hundred and sixty dol?
lars were s olen from a box in. the residence of |
Bev. father !). #T Quigley, on Orange-street.
Bichard Fields, who had been employed about
the house, was suspected and arrested. Yester?
day afternoon th? case came ap before Justice
Mackey. The tsjtimony introduced did not
sustain the charge, sod the accused was dis?
- WIZARD PXBSJRJCAK C E.-Mr. Sargent, who
is w ell known lo oar citizens, will on Thurs?
day, Frida; and Saturday evenings next; give
performances st the Hibernian Halt He is
accompanied by Ur. Paster, who will aid in the
performance. It has been some time since
.our people have had an opportunity of attend?
ing any place of amusement, and these per?
formances will be doubtless well attended.
Those who go will be weU en^er tamed.
EA?EOAP MasTTJR? ur ATLAHTA.-We learn
that Mesara. F. W. Dawson, 7. B. E. Sloan,
George H. Walter, J. BL Steele and W. S
Byan, haye been appointed by the President of I
the Board of Trade a committee to attend a [
meeting, to be held in Atlanta, on Friday next ,
she 23d instant, bv the /rienda of the projected
railroad from Columbus to West Point, Os.
This committee wss appointed m answer to a
request from the Columbas Board of Trade.
Tn Corroa OBOE or FLORIDA.-The follow?
iog is an extract of a letter received by one of
-oar factorage houses from s most reliable firm
in Florida, dated
G Aunts VILLE, FLA. Joly 15 1869.
Crops ara er<*r> where very 1 ie, and none of
the reports ot o iterpillar hare been confit med.
st least so tar as real injury is concerned to the
.cotton, sod. unless they strike within the next
3 thirty days, aU our friends are sanguine of a
largs yield of sea islands to the sere.
. Wans, InaoYsMairra.-Only second to oar
means of communication with the interior,
?re the facilities afforded bj the water privi?
leges of the port. In furtherance of a pur?
pose to take some action in regard to improve?
ments that may be necessary to give increased
accommodation to our harbor, Messrs. W. O.
DeSaussuie sod F. J. Porcher, appointed by
the Chamber of Commerce, a "companied by
Meesrs. Samuel Bell and Thomas Jones, pilots,
. ?ave s vary complete examination yesterday '
-to the channel passing bom the city to the.
?ea around the beach of Sullivan's Island.
The soundings were exe juted with care, and
-establish the fact that no important change
ass taken place in the channel for some rime.
The leading obstruction is in the narrowness
-of the entrance just near the point of the
"breakwater, the shoal having S tendency to
encroach on the passsge at that place. The
gentlemen are of the opinion that a modera' e
sum, properly expended, may mike this the
leading channel to the city and one of great
?W^rlue. A report will be made to the Chamber,
-at an early day, based on tbis examination.
THE RIOT ON EDISTO ISLAND.
Unpatriotic Northerner a- T lie Riot
Caused by the FOOT h ot July-One
Negro Shat-The negroes statte that
they waat to get rt<t ot the If orthern
Plantera-Arrestor the tilngleaders by
OBIGDi OF THE RIOT.
Tai NEWS o? Saturday last gare some parti?
culars of a riot amo D S? the negroes on Ediato
Island the Thursday previous. Since then we
have learned from Sheriff ti. W. il. Mackey full
It appears that some time ago, a number of
the phtnters on the island told the negroes
that if they would work for them on Monday
and Tuesday of each week, the planters would
give them a quantity of land-about five acres
each. A large number of negroes agreed to
the proposal and commenced work. The plan
operated finely until the " Fourth of July"
came, which, as is well, known fell upon Sun?
day. The negroes being determined to cele?
brate the day waited nntil Hondsy and did so.
All or nearly all of the planters ?no made this
contract with the negroes aro from the North,
and strange to relate were so unpatriotic as to
object to giving holiday opon the "day of all
days'' to tneir section, am told the
negroes that they must work another
day in the week to make up for the time lost on
Monday. The negroes claimed that as it was a
general holiday, and should have been observ?
ed by all American Citizens, the planters should
ba willing to lose the day, and said they would
have been willing to lose it ?oder like ciroum
atanoes. After mach discussion on the sub?
ject, a majority of the negroes agreed to
"make up" the lost day, bnt a number posi?
tively refused to do so, and a cain st these tbe
planters sued out, before Manns tra te Christie,
(who is a Northerner, and employs a North?
erner, Marsiella, as conatable) writs of eject?
ment. Several negroes were ejected from the
plantations ander the authority of these writs,
among tbem one Cyrus Haywood. Cyras, like
the rest of the negroes, thought the planters
were very unreasonable in turning them away
from their little farms, on which they had
spent so much time and labor, and went back
to his place.
SHOOTING OF OIBUS HAYWOOD.
Another writ of ejectment waa procured
againt Cyras, and Mantell* went on last Mon
. day week to exec ute it. He sutes that Cyrus
refused to leave tbs place or to ga with bim
to the magistrate, and found it necessary to
nae force Md to tie him. Cyrus states that he
waa perfectly willing to go, bat would not con?
sent to be bound hand and foot and thrown
into a cart and carried off, as the constable
and bis assistants proposed to do with him.
However, Cyras resisted and was shot through
the hand, and then while wounded was tied
like a calf, thrown into a cart and carried to
the constable's boase, where he was kept in
solitary confinement for three days and with?
out having any attention paid to bis wound.
On Wednesday night be, with assistance from
outsiders, managed to escape.
CTVTL ornOKBS IN DANGES.
As soon as the arrest of Cyrus was reported
the negroes became very much eic i ted, and
oh Tboxsday about one hundred ?nd fifty of
them, a portion armed with guns, appeared
around the houses of the constable and magis?
trate, and demanded the release of the pris?
oner. Some of the crowd threatened to bang
the officers if they did not release Cyrus, and
seemed disposed to carry their threats into ex?
ecution anyhow. The officers were very mujh
alarmed, and used every art to appease tbe
angry crowd; but they would not be quieted
un ti 1 they were assured that the prisoner whom
they sought to rescue had escaped.
USED OF THE NOBTHEBNEE?.
Daring the disturbance several of the South?
ern planters went among the negroes* and en?
deavored, by reasoning with them, to persuade
them to return to their work. The negroes
told them they were willing to listen to them
patiently, but their talking would do no good
then as they bad nothing against the Southern
planters, bat were tired of the Northerners and
would have them driven off the island, as ever
since' they came they had been unjust to the
AS REST OF THE BINQLEADEBS.
On Monday last Sheriff E. VY. M. Mackey, ac?
companied by two detectives, Mnshington and
Reed, went over to the island to arrest the
ringleaders, and found every thins; quiet and
most of the negroes at work as usual. He in?
quired for Peter P. Hedges, Alfred Smith, Mo?
ses Brawn, Boston Jenkins, Moses Gadsden,
for whom he had warrants charging them with
releasing Cyras Htywood, and with being tbe
ringleaders of the riot. They came forward as
soon as tbey heard that they weie wanted. The
Sheriff told them to meet him at the boat, as
he wanted them to go with him to the city,
where they would have to undergo an exami?
nation. At the apponted tune all came to ?be
boat, and tbe thor iff brought them over yes?
terday-Cyrus being among them. Shortly
after their arrival they were ai raia ned before
Magistrate DeLarge, colored, who postponed a
hearing of the case until the 30th of this
Sheriff Mackey advised the negroes to make
ap the day loat, which they consented to do if
the planters would withdraw thur writs of
ejectment. The plantera have agreed to do
this, and affairs on the island may now be re?
ported as quiet, and likely to remain so for
ATTEMPTED AESON-INVESTIGATION BI CHIEF
ENOHNIEB NATHANS. -Yesterday morning,
Chief Engineer Nathans bad several parties
before bim, with a view of investigating the
origin of a fire at a house on the west side of
Kirkland's alley, inhabit?:" by whites and
The testimony showed that a colored man,
named Henry Ben loi d, while passing the bonne
about one o'clock, yesterday morning, saw
smoke issuing from the giblet, At the same
time a colored woman looked out of the win?
dow np stairs sod asked him to see where the
fire was. He heard loud talking and went to a
window and called to those inside to open the
shuUer. They not complying, he broke it open
and was elmost suffocated with the smoke that
poured oat. He rau around to tbe fronc door,
effected an entrance,and with the assistance of
two colored men who came from the booses
opposite, extinguished the flames. They
found that a quantity of petticoats and other
articles of female wear bad been piled np in a
corner and set on fire. A half of a match box
and a large number of burnt matches were
found ii and around the pile.
The building ?ls not damaged much. The
police arrested Robert Campbell, Sarah Ann
Pope, Rebecca Neal, and two children, oolored,
and Mary MoGnire, Kate McKinney and Kate
Donnabue, white, on suspicion of knowing
something about the fire. Robert Campbell
had that night said he riled the alley. A white
man, named Thomas Campbell, who was been
abont the place at the time of the fire, is want?
ed by the police. The house ts reported to ba
ot ill repute.
Tbe Cb?f did not finish his investigation
yesterday, and will resume it to-day.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.-Yesterday Bur. Mc
Gillivray sold tbe lot ol land, with a two story
dwelling thereon, on the non h side of Green
street, fronting forty-six feet, and in depth
seventy feerVa^'tnelotadj-.iining on the east,
with the same trout and depth, for $4550.
THE OUSTED CITY OFFICIALS.
They Make an Appeal through their
Coansel to chief Justice Hofe?.
The following communication has been ad?
dressed by the counsel for the ousted city
officiais to Mr. Chief Justice Moses:
CHA EL ES TON. Joly 19.1869.
iTon. F. J Mose?. Chief Justice of South
Carolina, Sumter S. G. :
DEAR SIB-The City Council of Charleston
having recently held an election for all the
city officers, we were retained by W. N.
Hughes, the Assessor. C. P. Frazer, the As?
sistant Assessor, P. C. Querry, the Sheriff, C.
N. Averill, the Flour inspector, and some
other officers, to advise them as to their rights
and duties. After examination of the cases,
we came to the conclusion that the above
named officers had been elected to their re?
spective offices for terms which have not yet
expired, and that then* removal by the City
Council irUhc> .( cause or hearing wes illegal;
and we accordingly advised them not to sur?
render their offices to those claiming to be
their successors, until the question of their
rieht had been determined by judicial author?
ity. On the 9th dav of July instant, the
Council passed resolutions directing the Mayor
to expel the city office rs claiming to hold, and
to employ the police for this purpose.
Ou the 12th instant we addressed a commu?
nication to Hon. O. Pillsbury, Mayor, notify?
ing him of the advice we had given to our cli?
ents, and that as citizens they claimed the pro?
tection of the law in the vindication of what
we believed to be their rights, sud they expect?
ed his offljial assistance to that end.
We also sta'ed that we bad advised our oliente
that the resolutions of Council would not con?
stitute a valid protection to auy city officer for
any forcible or illegal act, and that we would
advise them as to the course to be pursued to
protect themselves against force, adding that
we hoped to have from him such assurance
that no violence would be resorted to with his
sanction as would make it unnecessary to in?
voke the protection of the law against him. To
this communication we have never received
an v reply.
On the 15th and 16th instants the Mayor
made a written demand on the Assessor, As?
sistant Assessor and Sheriff, to deliver posses?
sion of their offices to their successors. To
these communications we replied, repeating
that these officers were acting under our ad?
vice, and could not desist from the perform?
ance of the duties of their offices until com?
manded to do so by the lew. No further com?
munication was received by any of these offi?
cers. On Satordav, the 17th instant. Judge
Carpenter sailed for New Tork. On this (Mon?
day) morning, the City Assessor. Mr. Hughes,
the Assistant Assessor, Mr. Frazer, and the
Sheriff, Mr. Querry, on going to their respec?
tive offices, found them open sud in possession
of those .claiming to be their successors-s
policeman stationed at each door, who said he
was instructed to forbid and prevent their
entrance. Upon inquiring of the Chief of
Police, they were informed - that thia action
had been taken under the orders of the Mayor.
The doors of the offioes had been locked on
, Saturday and the keys were in possession of
I the officers ; the looks mnst, i berefore, Biro
been forced or picked. Each of the officers
i bad private desks and property in their offices.
We have aa vised our clients that it ls dearly
their right to be restored to the possession
which baa been taken from them by force and
fraud, and that those olaimiug the offices can
then assert their right to possession through
the courts; but that they will no. be allowed
to take advantage ot their own wrong sud
violence to prejudice the rights of the incum?
But this force and violecoe was not resorted
to until one resident judge had gone away, so
that my clients must seek a judge to whom
they can apply for the protection of the law;
they ore all meo of slender means, and the ex
Knse and delay of euoh sn application is so
- beyond them that it would amount to s de?
nial of justice. In addition to this, it would
be much more difficult, if not impossible, to
fairly hear suoh cause away from Charleston,
where all the partie*, witnesses and records,
which it may be necessary to examine during
the progresa of the cause, are.
Under these circumstances, we have deter?
mined to apply to you, the highest judicial of
ficet of the State, for the bearing or our oase
and the granting of the relief to which, in our
judgment, our ?neuts are entitled; and are fur?
ther emboldened to ask of you the favor to
come to Charleston to hear our motion. This
latter we do not claim as & right, but request
for the reasons given above, which'weafhink
sufficient to justify us.
If you will consent to hear us in Charleston,
please inform us of the earliest time which
will suit you, and we will gire notice to the
Mayor and others concerned of the time and
Hoping for your favorable and early reply,
we remain, very reepeotfuly,
Tour obedient servants.
[Signe]] LESES.TE ft MILES.
THE DETECTIVE Fosot.-The bill to make the
detective foroe independent of the Police De?
partment will be put upon its passage to?
night. . It has been slightly modifies, and will
doubtless be adopted by Council.
CRUMBS.-Alderman Geddings and Senator
Sawyer deny that the object of their visit to
Alderman Howard, colored, was to get bim to
go upon the bond of Collector Clark.
There will be a meeting of Council tc-night.
A young fellow who got drunk off of lauda?
num was fined $5 bj the Major jesterday.
Among the numerous applicants tor the
position of Clerk ot the Market is Magistrate
Mishaw, colored; and W. Ai Grant, colored, is
applying for the place of Assistant Clerk.
Mr. W. E. Byan has bsen elected a Director
of the Peoples National Bank..
A large number of muskets were shipped
from here to Springfield, Mass., yesterday.
TH s UirrxBD STATES COTJBT, JULY 21-How.
GEO BOX 3. BBZAK, JCDOE, PBESHUNO.-The
following business was disposed ol' to day :
In the case of Oliver H. Middleton vs. Geo.
P. Elliott, petition to establish lien, it waa
ordered that the report or the Registrar be
In the case of Robert N. Lewis va. Thoa. B.
Bales, petition of involuntary bankruptcy, it
was ordered that Thomas B Bates do appear
at Greenville, on the third Monday in August.
Petitions of John D. Copeland, of Mars ton's
Depot, Robert Leibert, of Laurens, Michael
Lesser, of Anderson, for final discharges in
bankruptcy, were referred to Registrar Jaeger,
and final bearing ordered OD the 21th of Au?
gust, at Greenville.
Ia the oases of V, Werber VB. Marshal k
Brother, and Silas Johnson vs. P. B. Raff, pe?
tition to sell chose? in aotion, the reports of
the Registrar and assigoee were confirmed.
In the case of J. W. Norris YB. John Cun?
ningham, petition for the sale of real estate,
the petition was referred to Bsgistrir Jaeger.
In tbe case of Qeorge T. Copeland vs. D. T.
Compton, petition to establish lien, the Regis?
trar's report was confirmed.
In the ca ie of G. M. Cra ft on vs. B. Padgett,
petition to establish lien, tbe petition was
In the case of Wm. A. Lay vs. M. B. Hunni
cuit, petition to establish lieu, the petition
was referred to Registrar Jaeger to take testi
m nv and report.
In the cases of Thoona Crymes vs. J. J. As?
ker, Robert E. Richardson TS. John Daven?
port, J. B. Welsh rs. J. Talkenberg, Wallace
& Kissich TS. S. D. Asker, petitions to estab?
lish liens, the petitions were referred to Regis?
Io the cases- of South Carolina Manufactur?
ing Company TB. Wm. Hay, 8amucl McGowan
TS. Jamea W. Black, petitions to es tat hs h
lien, the reports of the Registrars were con?
Petition ol J. J. Asker for final discharge
was refi ned to Registrar Clawsoo.
In the case of W. D. Bard and Tho*. S. Mil?
ler, petition to establish lien, the report of the
Registrar wa? confirmed.
In tho caso of the United States vs. ten
boxes tobacco, seized for violation of the In?
ternal Revenue laws, it was ordered that the
Marshal deliver said tobacco to tbe Deputy
Collector at Camden. 8. C.
Final bearing of tho petitions of Adam C.
Zoagler Saml. T. Izlar. Howell E isterlin, M.
Dowmsh, J. Riley, for final discharge from
bankruptcy was postponed until tbe 6ih ot
MEETING OF FAEMEE3.
Proposed Organisation of a Farmer's
Clnt> on C bari esto n Meek.
A meeting- of the fermera of Charleston
Neck WM held on Lynch's farm on Thursday
On motion of Mr. H. Williams, Major Vardell
was called to the obair; Mr. James R, Prise,
The chairman on taking his seat said that
the object of the meeting was to take steps to?
wards organizing a farmer's club, thus secur?
ing concerted, organized action in all matters
affecting the farming interests. Farming has
with us almost ceased to be profitable; many
during the last three years have conducted
their business at a loss, and this too, by thone
well known to us as good, practical cultivators,
men noted for their dose attention to farming
operations, and who have, in times past, been
distinguished for eminent success in then? call?
ing. Now, gentlemen, it is vitally important
to us to pause and search this matter out; we
must find out where the troub Ie lies, or aban?
don the business.
The chairman in conclusion suggested that
committees be appointed to investigate the
pea, baan, tomato, cabbage and potato crops,
and report upon the kind of seed used, time
of planting, their diseases and their remedies,
the number ot bushels raised and dollars made
per acre ; also a committee on commissions
and transportation, who shall take into consid?
eration commissions and rates of freights, coat
of boxing and barrelling, with a view to redac?
tion ; and a committee on labor and commer?
On motion of Mr. H. W. Kinsman, the chair?
man appointed a committee on organization,
consisting of Mr. Kinsman, (chairman.) Dr.
Bose, Hr. H. B. Horlbeck and Mr. J. E. Price.
The meeting then adjourned until the 22d
Masc AS TELE PBXSTLNO.-All kinds of mer?
cantile printing, sachas circulara, letter ;-?ads,
cards, bill heads, statements, Ac, for ccant
mg-rooms and offices, promptly executed in
the neatest style and at the lowest rates for
cash, at TBS Naws JOB OFFICE, NO. 119 East
HOTXL AB arv ALS, JULY 20.-Charleston Hold..
8; 8. Garner, Richland ; E. J. Kramer, Orange
burg; Ralph Preinbly, South Carolina; Albert
Neel son, Baltimore; Miss Terry, New Haven;
Colonel E. W. Smith, Army; Dr. J. Lumney,
South Carolina; E. Platts and son, City; F.
Mc A ter, Savannah; F. H. Tolley, Memphis.
Pavilion Hotel.-J. P. Gayle, H. A. Ulmo,
Florence; W. M. Greene, J. Brothers, Sooth
?Carolina; J. P. Young, Williston, S. C.; L. W.
Levy, Selma; Joseph Barling, B. C. Quimby, J.
D. Manett, New York; F. A. M. Cook, Bennetts
nlle; A. M. Hasell, Newark, N. J.
SAVANNAH NIWS.-The Republican, in speak?
ing of the boasts that the Charleston nine will
beat when the proposed match gama takes
place, says that the Savannah boys will hare
a word to say upon that subject-they think
that one ball is enough f0r that city to win
from thia, and don't mean to let them have
The Savannah papers speak of receiving
several Lolls of the new crop of ootton grown
in Leon County, Florida.
Henry Rosenf dd, a youth of sixteen, was
drowned at Savannah while bathing on Sunday
last. He was a nephew of the Bev. J. Bosen?
feld, of Savannah, and the son of a merchant
of Breslau, Prussia, and waB sent to Savannah
by his parents, a little more than a month ago,
for the purpose of gaining familiarity with
American manners and customs, preparatory
to entering a German and Amerioan trading
honse in his native city.
MESSRS. ALONZO J. WHITE A SON offer for
sale, or lease, for a term of years, two acres of
land on East Bay street. This is a fine oppor?
tunity for an investment. Road the advertise?
ment in another column.
THE XIX CEWTURX.-Another large edition
of this popular monthly has been neariy ex?
hausted. The Northern press Bay it is among
the handsomest magazines published in the
whole country and a credi t to the South. We
learn that the August number will be unusual?
ly interesting, and contain articles from dis?
tinguished Southern authors and statesmen.
July 21 . 2
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PBOPBXETABY STAMPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER A RAVENEL,
No. 66 East Bay,
July 10 Opposite Courier Office.
Siiiis an* /stabling ?oo&s.
FINK WHIT H S ll I HT S - I UK I'LLK
BUATED BT?B SHIRTS, tn sil airee, ready
made or made to order, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
FANCY 8TR1PKD PKKtALK SHIKTS,
of the best quality and in aborted patterns, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-Streek opposite the Mariel.
INDIA O A CZ ti SHIRTS. F MOM 34 TO
ii inches, at. SCO IT'S
Gent'emen's Furnishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite tte Market.
LISLE Til lt KAU MU HTS, WITH LONG
and short Sleeves, tn all sizes and grader, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite tbe Market
DRAW IC KS, IN LINEN ANO J KAN 8,
in all a'aes, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite tb" Market.
GENTLEMAN'S LINEN ANO PAf-KK
COLLARS-a specialty. The beat stock, In
price, style, quality or quantity. Tbe following
styles constantly on band, vis: Broadway, Vander?
bilt. Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boc, bhaaespenre,
Dickens. Boston ?acht dab. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Mee'ingstreet, opposite the MarVet.
GRAY'S PATENT MUULOKD OBlRttT
COLLAH; also thc latest style Paper Collar,
called the KeY-il'OMt; manufactured by the Key?
stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen'-* Furnishing Ftore,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LINEN AND PAPa.it CUFK?, IN ALA.
styles aud sises. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, o ip site the Market
HOS IK. RV -KNOLI'H ANO GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisle Thread.
At SCO ITS
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opnoslte the Market.
NKCKTIKS ANO CXAVA'l A Fl Lb
line of the latest styles of NE iKl'IEs, CB A
VATS, ?CAB PS and BOw>, Soring Mocks and Na
poleonTies. At SCOTTS
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meetlng-stieet, opposite the Market.
HAN UK KULI II '-KS, IN LINEN ANO
bILK, ready bemmel tor immejiate use. At
Gentlemen'* Fornii-bing Hore,
Meeiins-street oppo-ite the Market.
UMBRELLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk all size* and prices.
Gentlemen's Finishing Store,
M telina-street, opposite the Market.
July 8 nao Cmos
^ CHARLESTON AGRICULTURAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED SIORE.
At?RICULlURAL IMPLEMENTS, QA RAE I
ELLERCE'3 TRANSPLANTER FOlt SALE.
GEO. E. PINGRl'K.
Nc. 110 Meoting-etreet, Charleston.
March 21 6nio
_ '"fri toto, itt.
ITEWDRY aOODS STORE.
No. 238 KING-STREET,
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR DOORS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
THE PTTB8CBIBER, H ATI KG WIT B DBA WX FEOlf TEE FIBM SO LONG KKOWN AS THAT OF UF
PEBH A BD T A CA Sf PAEN. tia opened a DEY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT on bia own aocount, at the
above well known stand. ...
Tba undersigned, having been for manv years connected with the Cry Gooda Business in thia city, is
thoroughly acquainted with tbs wanta of thia communitv. He has just purchased in New lorie, and
now offen to tie public, the FBB8HE8T STOCK,SUITABLE TO THI- MARKET, and one of the best that
has ?Ter been offered. He wfll make hla prices, vary re sonable, and thereby hopes to retain and receive
Slat fall skate or Cttatotn to which he ?onatders himself entitled at the hands of bis rrieods and the public.
July 18_ - fm wi mo
GBANITEVTLLE KAXDTACTURING STOCK.
Apply to HUG EB k R AVENEL,
Joly 18_mwfl_No. 66 East Bay.
TEN (10) SH ABES HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
A N K K H S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEBS AND If EB*
CHANTS, wishing Cheeki, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
lob Printing of any description, can get their orders
(Hied promptly and in the neatest style, at cbeap
ratas, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
THE NBWS JOB OFFICE,
lt*. 1*9 East Bmy,
Executes an kinds ot PLAIN and
F AN or FEINTING with neatness and
lae best work guaranteed at leas, than*
New Totk prices.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS? POLICIES
"CABDS, CIBCULAB3, NOTES
BILL-HEADS, POSTEB8, BE0ETPT8
TICKETS, DBUO LABELS, Ac, Ac
AS WELL AS
LAW BLANKS of every description.
Printed at the shortest notice, and
cheap for cash, at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And all those who have JOB P.UNTIN?
to do, will find it to their interest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPEBS and MATEBIAL kept on hand,
from which selections may be made.
ODE FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may sead their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and belog filled as promptly
and as ?beaply as if elven personally.
Oar Job Department ls in charge of
Mr. JAB. T). PAR BT. a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will affoid
every facitity poasible in the execution of
THB NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
J) HOTOGRAPH COLORING.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with caro and tame can bave their order
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Bool
House. Written directions should in each case ht
given as to tbs style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 3mos*
Q1TKATK OK MAG ?A.MA.
A GOOD COOT TNG SUMMER M EDI'TSE. WADI
trenti every day, by Du B. BA ER,
May 25 No. 131 Meeting-street
Paints, ?ils, (Etc.
QAMERON, uAHKLEY Ai CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR HAW MILLS, and
H I T IC L K AU,
ZINC PAIN T S,
COLOB8, VARNI3HE8, BRUSHES. Ac., Ac.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, BAKKLEY At CO.,
Northeast corn? Hotting and Cu? benaud street g.
January 1 r
I ii s ! o i L sr OILS:
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
SOO GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPEBM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LUBRICATING
800 GALLONS REFINED NEAT8FOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
Northeast corner Mee tin pr and Cumberland streets.
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IBON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor a team and water.
CAMBKOff, BARKLEY Ac CO..
Northeast corner Mee ung and Cumberland stree?
JJ O O F 1
600 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES TX 14x90 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 98x20 ROOFING TIN
60 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES LX 12x12
26 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXE8 IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
2a BOXES TT mr 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TLNSMAN'S SOLDER. SPEL?
TER. Ac, ic
? IN STOKE AND TO ABRITE.
CAMEROS, BARKLEY At CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
STEAM GAUGES, GONGS, GAUGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCES, STEAM
GLOBE AND* CHECK VALVE8, OIL CUPS
WATER GAUGES. GLASS GAUGE TUBES
MERCURY GAUGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY dt CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
E L T I N G MELTING!
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT
6000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 6
250 BLUES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
10O BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'8 BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
ft INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO li INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER A?D LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OP
.AMERON, BAUBLE Y dt CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
PANKNVN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISBASES OF THE
STOMACH AND LITER.
THEY ARI RECOMMENDED ST THE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
Manufactured by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHOOK ANS APOTBZCAB?,
tj-For StUo by Druggists Every where.
Februaty 15 mwflyr
j T. HUllPUHUVa,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
SION MEECHA A 7.
4 AL EB OF BEAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS, UB
OOBITIES AND PEKSONAL PB0PE8TY
NO. 91 I) Kill D'S T R K. K T
OU AB LEATON, 8. a
Hon. HEN ?1 BUIST, W. J. H?G?UTB, Bsa.
General JAMF8 00NN SH. T. K. WARI.NU. tsq.
Mules, Corf, Harness, Gold Walch, ?rv
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Will be sold TBT4 DAT. 2Ut inls, at ll o'clock,
m front of one Oslo?, Ko. 36 Broad-fl tract,
ONE (ll HULK
One (li Cart
One il) Plough
Two (3i Hoe?
One ill Fork
?. Heven (7) Cashel for Hot-beds
Two (3) sets Harness
One (1) Gold Watcu, and
A lot ot Sundries_July 31
Clothing, Dry Goods, hats. Malting, ?c.
BY MILES DRAKH.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
(tore, corner of King and liberty street?,
A choice selection of t LOTHIVG, jost received,
Caasimere, White and Brown Linen and Alpaca
350 pairs Satinet, Jean, Caa sim ere and Linen Pants
Caesimere, Marseilleiaod Funny Vests ,
Dress Gonds, Printed Lawn, Linen, O'lcloth Tabler
(over?. Silecla, Padding, Coat, Test and Pass
Battons, Black and Lrab Flax Unread, Sewing:
Mik, Needle?, Ac , Ac.
50 dozen Men'? ano Bo 'a Black. Bro v n and Pearl
Felt and Wool Hats-latest .-tvlea
30 dozen Leghorn, Canton and Panama Hats
Bolle 4-4 White Matting. _Jnly 31
A Superior Draft and Saddle Bors?, Funiturt,
Hair and Moss Mattresses, ? Large.French
Mirror, trapping Paper. Crockery, Bhow
Case, Storr Counters, Sundries, $c
WM. McKAY. Auctioneer,
Will sell THIS DAT, Wednesday, 2 lit instant, at 10
Tern.s cash. . July 21
Boots, ??hoes. Balmorals. Brogans,Gaiters, ?fe,
BY N. A. HUAT.
THIS DAT. the 21st instant, at JA o'clock, in mr
r-ale groom, No. 142 Meeting street, I win sell Xor
60 cases assorted BOOTS, Shoes. Balmoral?, Bro
gans, Gaiteis, Buskins and Chitaren'* Fan .y -hoes
all Swak and desirable gooda._ , . . Joly jj
One Mule, One norse and Two Cows.
BY R. M. MARSHAL!. & BBO.
THU DAT, 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad-street. ..
ftp.l.DBttrj1 Jftmit Sait?.
For Sale or Lease for a Term of Years, Two
Acres on East Bay Street. r
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON?
Will be Sold or Leased for a t~rm of years-.
Those extensive LOTS OF LAND, measuring Sk?
feet 10 inches on East Bav-atreat, 238 fest on Laa
rena-ttn et, 350 feet on s ociety-?tre?t continued, ana ?
407 feet on Waahington.jtzset continued; containing
an ana of two (3) acre?, and occupying an entire
square bounded on four (4) atiesta.; On premiaos
are s large residence, klbhen, and"extrmtlve rasas*
of ?tables, aB of bruk. This property is admirably
located tor''storage of cotton. Aa; being on HAST,
aide of East Bay-street, Cotton can be storei there?
in. Existing laws prohibit storage cf Cotton 1?
large quad fl ti ea weat of Eaat Bay-street. The?*
Lots are convenient to 'he Railroads. With S ?man.
expenditure of money this property could speedily,
be preparad to receive a very large amornt of Col?
ton, and could be mada vary profitable to any 00?
who could secure patronage.
Apply aa above at No. 08 EAST ?AY-STREET. '
July 31 ira
Dines, fiqwrtf Ctr.
f\ L D WHPSKJ.BS.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that tbev hare been appointed by Mesara.
HENEY H. HANNIS A co.. cf Philadelphia, taste
?ole Agents for the ?ute of South Carolina for tba
sale of their celebrated ACME. X. XX, XXX, XXSXV
NECTAR. CABINET and other brands OLD RYE
WHISKIES. ? \
They also wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PORE BYS WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannlsnlle, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracts will be made for large .lots of
ne? Whiskies in bond at Distillerv Warehouse.
. GLACICs WITTK,
No. 86 East Bay street,
June 16 wfm3mos Charleston, 8.0.
gOUTH CAROH5?A UAllaROAJj.
GENEBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
OBABixaxoir, S. C., April 9, la68. f
ON AND AFT EB SDr DAY. APRIL 11TH, THE
PASSLTOEB TRAINS of the South Carolus BahV
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.S0 a. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. kt.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, M em phi?.
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Colombia.6.1? P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester R?fl.
road, and Camden train.
Leave Angosta.9.00 A. K.
Arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. kt.
Leave Colombia.7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..;.6.10 P. M.
ACUESTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston......7.30 P. S.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. ku
Connecting with trams tor Memphis, Hartville
and Hew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Lem Charleston.6.05 P. kt.
Arrive at columbia..'...4.45 A. M.
Connecting (sundayA exceptedl with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.6.64 P. kt.
Arrive at Charleston.5.80 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.35 P. M.
Arrive at SummerviUe. 6.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive al Charleston.8.35 A. kl
CAMDEN BRANCH. .
Camden and < olumbW Pavseneer Trains on MoK
PATB, WEDKSBPATS and SATTJBDATB, connects with
np and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.86 A. M.
Arrive at columbia.lLoo A. M.
Leave Columbia.3.30 P.M.
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April IO Genera] superintendent.
fiW <?0DH5a (gtC.
mo TUB L A D I E ".
WE WOULD RESPECT FULLY 8TATE, OUR
many years' experience in the manufacture of
ORNAMENTAL HAIR WOHK enable us to oner
to oar castomers the flneat assortment of seary ar?
ticle required in our line, from the entail F BLUES
to the full Win, embracing braids or s witches, Golla,
Waterfalls, Cashions, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Carls,
TOBTOI ->E-SHELL DRESSING. TUCK, 8IDE A VD)
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS of every other class.
To the (ion tie m on.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEE3, WHIS?
KERS,.MUST AO HES, IMPERIALS, Ac.
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRKNCH ANO i-NOLtoH PERFU?
MERY. hOAPo, POM AD KS, HAIR Ol LA, HAIR BIS
8 "OBATIVE-s COSMtTIO-, sc., from the most re
spcctable bouses in each cou try.
Oil' GEMAN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
BruFhes, lortofehell, Burial > and other Dressiag:
Combs, we challenge rivalry.
Particular attention ia paid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST rINS, EAR RINGS.
FINGER BINGS, CHARMS, AC.
All oiders by mail will be so Oiled that the reputa?
tion of the house for tue past thirty-five years ahaQ,
not suffer in our hands. Always on hand a Soe as?
sortment of French Jewelry, A liberal discount ta
merchants and the trade.
M. dis A, ASHTOf,
No. 240 KING-STREET.
January 5 tul m CHARLESTON, S, C.
Q H A 8. HICK K Y j
POBTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MWCF1C?.
I OB ER,
No. S45 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
LOOKING-GLASSES of all sizes fitted to Frame "
July 13 PAO fmwSmo