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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
?German Bifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Republicans, at 7 P. M.
A UCTIONBALKS THIS DA T.
HOLMES & MACBETH will se ll at ll o'clock, at
their office, horses malea, Ac.
Sheriff MACZZT will a U at 10 o'oloek, at the
Northeastern Kailroad wharf, the steamer
Error. DALT k Col will sell at 10 o'oloek, at
their atore, furniture and ?andr lea.
MILKS DRAKE will sell at 10 o'oloek, at bis
?toro, boots, shoes and hate.
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and a half cents per copy.
DEPUTY COLLEOTOB.-It is reported that Gen?
eral J. B. Dennis.will be Deputy Collector of
Customs under Mr. Ooo. W. Clark.
THC STEAKEB EMILIE will accompany tbe
yacht* durmg their nee Saturday. She will
leave Sooth Atlantic wharf at 12 M.
BOOTE AOEST APPOIXTLD. - WO learn that H.
C. Merritt, of this city, has been appointed
route agent between Charleston and Graham?
PABDOX.-Governor Scott baa pardoned Wm.
Tolson, of Darlington, who waa sentenced to
six months in the penitentiary or $100 fine, for
baying stolen cotton.
THE WIZARD PEBPOBH AHCE.- Owing to the
weather last night, there was quite a small at?
tendance io witness the performance ot Mr.
Wargan* j sat of/nm i tn te will be. gitan away
ta-night. Everybody should attend.
Tat NEWS cr jsa* COTOIBT.-Baader* of
TH? NEWS going to tba coan try can receive
tW?jhr?rite papar by mall, dairy, at aeventy
nv??ents a month, by addresser arnot?, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
LAKD3 roa SALAV-Colonel Shannon effara far
sale one hundred" thousand acres .iff Hod in
Kershaw Comity, consisting of fifty select
farms on tAe^ rauroad, raDgtag from crae fcrro
dred and rbtv to five hnndiecftore*. is
an excellant opp^ortunfty for persons who wish
to bay lana* st row prices.
r- -? ?% i II ? V?- *? .
Tn CUBTOIOIOCWK DIFFICULT!.-It is gen.
crafty reported and believed .that Mr. Clark
wen* t> the Customhouse, yesterday, hoping
that he would receive' the treatment tie met
with, in order that he could make capital out
?of it when bia nomination waa brought before
the United S atea Senate for confirmation.
HABEAS COEPUS, -A short tune since a ne?
gro, ns med Robert Lloyd, who, by th? way, is
all of the time in bm DO for larcenies and bur?
glaries, was committed to jail for burglary and
larceny. On yesterday he was carried before
Magistrates Bunch, Bichmond and DeLarge,
colored, on a writ of habeas corpus, and dis?
DBUO LABELS-We desire to call the atten?
tion of druggists in tba city and throughout
tbe State to the peculiar facilities of THE NEWS
-Job Om ce for printing all kinds of drag labe ! a,
prescription bianka, Ac., at the abortest no?
tt oe, add io. a style unsurpassed any where in
the country. Oar s took of eat?, bordera and
fancy type ia unusually large and choice. Call
and examine specimens of work.
An Excusaros TO LOOKOUT MOUHTA?.-TKI
South Carolina Baibrrad Company pot on aale
tongay excursion tickets from Ch ar lea to u to
Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, at one fare
to go aod ret urn. The tickets are only $22,
a r d bold good until September 1st. The scen?
ery in the neighborhood of the mountain ia
very grand, and the view from tbe summit has
no 8 upen or IQ this country. Chattanooga
and Missionar)- Ridge are, we need hardly say,
in the noighborho ja of Lookout.
A NEG so THREATENS A WHITE MAN tm THE
K. K. K.-THE NEWS, of yesterday, gave an
account of the (rial of a negro policeman,
named Butler, lor maltreating a white man
whom he had ai rested. It will be remembered
that Mr. Hogan, policeman, testified against
-th* negro. 8hortIv after tbe trial a mulatto
policeman, named Bampfield, threatened Mr.
Hogan with the K. E BL because be bad testi?
fied against Butler. Bampfield was arraigned
before the Chief of Police, yesterday morn?
ing, and, after a hearing, was die missed the
HOTEL ABBIVALS JOLT 22.-Charleston Hotel.
-John L. Murray, Ohio; John B Martin, Clinch
E. Qoldsmitb, MempbiB; W. Gurney, city; Pat
Walsh, Chief Male ne. W. C. Mc Murphy, John
Jenkan!<, Augusts; W. J. Creswell, Columbia;
A. lt. Elbs ann wi fe, Mrs. and Miss A. A Con?
nor, Miss M. M-otiael. Miss Sampson, George?
town; L. Y. (iibbs and wife, Savannah.
daemon Ho tl-J. J. Nettles, vi. C. Hall,
South Carolina; Jobo H. Meetze, Lexington,
S. C.; James E B.ack, Columbi ; J. ?j. Whit?
comb. New York; C. M. Matthew*, Gourdin'a;
B, D. Cain, Marion.
AD INTERIM V8. AD OUTBBIM-THE WAR OOM
MKNCED-PRIZE: FO?B HUNDRED THOUS?
AND DOLLARS' WORTH OF PROPERTY.
Advance of ?he New Collector Upon the
Cwrtomhoose - 1 he Old Collector Bc
comei< onplimcntorr-lMerman T. J.
"Isxkey W?nU to Kiele the New col?
lector Oat Of tue Hulldlna; - Dramatic
Seene-Alderman Mackey ag a Report?
er-The New Collector Refuses to Leave
when Requested by the OM Collector,
and la Hut Ont br the Boat Bandit.
On yesterday 1"HK NEWS (rave an account of
the interview between the new and old Collec?
tors at the Customhouse on Wednesday, and
also the letter of the old Collector, Dr. A. Q.
Mackey, informing the new Collector, Mr. Geo.
W. Clark, that he would surrender the office
to bim as soon as an inventory of the pub ito
property in his charge, valued at about $409,000,
could be taken and receipted for.
About ten o'clock yesterday morning Mr.
Clark, accompanied by air. Thoa. Bazien, for?
merly bis clerk, and er-Alderman H. Judge
Moore, aJvaneeJ into thc offi -c of the Collector,
in which Dr. A. G. and Alderman T. J. Ma ?key
were sitting. After thc salutations of the day
were exchanged Mr. Clark informed Dr. Mac?
key that he hid duly considered his letter of
the day before, refusing to deliver up the of?
fice of .Collector until schedule statements of
all property on band were drawn a ad duly re?
ceipted for, and said he hereby took possession
of the office of Collector, and he would not per?
mit him (Dr. ti.) to sign o'r act as Collector.
Dr. Mackey, who was sitting in his easy
ahair, with bis feet elevated at an angle of
forty-five degrees, replied: "Mr. Clark, yon
bad better wait until your permission is asked
before yon presume to refuse it. Ton may
sign yourself Collector of the Port or Tycoon
of Japan, if that suits your fancy; bat I shall
assert my authority as Collector of the Port
until 1 have taken inventories of all property
in my possession, and received duplicate re?
ceipts for the same."
Mr. Jlark then sent a message to Mr.
Groves, Deputy Collector, requesting an inter?
view in the collector's office. When Mr.
Groves appeared, Mr. Clark handed him his
commission to read, at the same time exclaim?
ing, "lam Collector, sir; will yon obey my
Mr. Groves mildly tut fl rmi y replied, "lam
tho deputy of Dr. Mackey, and shall obey his
orders, as my authority is derived solely from
bim." Mr. Clark then said, "Ton are no
longer Deputy Co tie c t or. "
After this side affair the colloquy was re?
sumed between the ad interim and ad outerim
Collector, during whioh Dr. Mackey explained
kia position by the following illustration :
"Suppose, Mr. . Clark, that I shoold comply
with, your demand, and should surrender the
Customhouse without first making ont my
scheduler statements and taking receipts from
you for every article; then suppose that to?
morrow you should order five or twenty pipes
of brandy from the government stores into
your own private * tore, and Bhould appropriais
them to your own use. Now, I being out of
office, would b9 powerless to prevent this
transaction, while, at the same time, I and my
bondsmen would be held responsible for the
loss of this property, for I have receipted for
lt, and would not have any receipt from you to
protect me against the claim for indemnity. I
rive this illustration, not in a spirit ot inuendo
against you, but as presenting a supposable
Mr. Clark make some response to this
when Dr. Mackey said : "Mr. Clark, the office
of Collector of the Port of Charleston has here?
tofore been held by gentlemen ; you have fur?
nished a striking but natural contrast between
their conduct and that of so ex-army sutler.
I would not and could not surrender the pro?
party in my eas tody without receipts, even to a
man of honor, still less could I think of doing so
to you who are a very bad specimen of that not
very honorable class of men, the army raters,
iTJ>EB,lf Alf HACKET WANTS TO USS HTS BOOT.
Mr. Clark in reply to the above not very
complimentary remarks, said that Or. Mackey
was ocurrilloua and impertinent, whereupon
Alderman T. J. Mackey turned to bis brother
and said : "Doctor, be kind enough to give me
the order, and I will kick the insolent fellow out;
to whioh Mr. Clark excitedly answered, "Ton
can't do it."
MB. CLARE IS PUT OUT.
After this second side issue, Mr. Clark as?
serted that be sat in the ofBue as Collector,
whereupon Dr. Mack sj said it would be bis un?
pleasant duty .to. ejeot him, and he. called for
hu four boatmen, Augustus Boblinger, John
Da vis, James W. Whipple, white? and Wm. El?
liott, colored; who immediately came in, and
upon being asked by Dr. Mackey whether they
recognized him or Mr. Clark as Collector, an?
swered, "We only recognize you, Dr. Mackey,
and will obey your orders." Dr. Mackey then
turned to Mr. Clark and requested bim to
leave, telling bim that he was a trespasser, and
he desired him to leave immediately, to which
Mr. Clark replied, "1 will not leave, I am Col?
lector." Dr. Mackey then took out bis watch
and said, "I give you three minutes to rettie;
if you do not leave at the expiration of that
time, I Till eject jon by foxes. *'
At thia pomt Alderman T. J. Mackey walked
up to the table and remarked : "This matter
is getting dramatic; it has reached the very
stage with which it should have begun; I'll
take sotes." Mr. Clark replied: "Tes, write it
ail out; say that the order of the President
and of the Commissioner of Customs is diso?
beyed;" to which Dr. Mackey replied: "That
statement, sir, is false." Mr. Clark then call?
ed upon his friends to witness what was about
to take place, and, observing the stalwart boat?
men appearing as if anxious to seise him, said:
"Don't let any more violence bo used than is
As tho tbree minutes expired, Dr. Mack >y
told the boatmen to "put that man out ot the
room, but deal as ondorly as you can with
him, treat him as if he wera a baby." t bo boat?
men (hen Gathered around Mr. C'ar.k, who
arose and asked for hts hit. Dr. Mackey then
told the boatmen not to loush Mr. Clark if he
was ready to go. "Tee," Baid Mr. Clark, "they
mast touch me;" so they put their bands upon
hie shoulder, and bo walked out of the door'
and ont of the Customhouse; Alderman Mac?
key sarcastically bidding bim good morning,
Thus the battle ended for the day.
It is worthy of note that the Commissioner
of Customs, ia his letter to Dr. Mackey, re?
garding hie suspension from office, instead of
following the usual form of stating that Geo.
W. Clark, Esq., "has been appointed Collector,"
Ac, strack oat the word "appointed" from
the printed torn, and stated "G. W. Clark,
Esq., has been designated to perform the duties
Mr. clark founds his claim to immediato
possession maiuly upon thc fact that the Com
m ssioner of Customs, in his letter or the 8th
of July, above referred to, addresses Dr.
Mackey as tate Coueclor. Yet wo nave been
shown a lettor received by Dr. Mackey from the
Comm --bi ou er of Customs, under date of July
20,1869 addressed to h,n as -'Dr. A. G. Mack?
ey, Collector of ihe Port o. Charleston."
8AVANKAH Ta. CHABLESTOIt - THE MATCH
GAKH TO TAKE. PLACE OM MOHQAY.-Ava meet
n g o?! vlie Carolina Base Bail Club, Leid
Wednesday nicht, it was resolved, owing to the
fact that the best players of the clnb were ab?
sent from the city, not to play the darinnah
Clnb until after the second day of August, and
their determination was telegraphed to the
Savannah Club, the president of whioh, in be?
half of the club, telegraphed yesterday request?
ing thc clnb not to postpone the match, as
they bad ohartcred a steamer and gone to great
expenso to come over, and that a postpone?
ment would subject them to a loss of several
hundred dollars. The Carolina Club, upon
receipt of the telegram, resolved to play
the game at four o'clock, Monday afternoon, on
the Citadel Green. The Savannah Club will
arrive on the Mick King, Sunday afternoon.
A "LITTLE OPES A non'' PBOPOSED.-The fol?
lowing letter has been recently received by a
prominent merchant of this city. It is well
worthy of perusal, showing as it does the un?
blushing rascality and boldness of the New
Tork swindlers :
Dear Sir-Vie desire to inform you th it we
bave on nand about $350 OOO in tbe beet fifty
cent H tampa ever put on the market. ( "Queor.")
They cacuot possibly be detected by the
beit ex lerta. We would like a personal in?
terview if you conld come on. Then we could
explain matters to better advantage. $20
per $100 is the price, and if you desire to
see a sample' we will send it for twenty-five
cents. Ton can make $100 a day if you are
sharp and keep it to yourself. Mum's the
word, and depend upon it you can make more
at this m a month than yon can at any other
bu ii ness m a year. Be c ireful not to lose
this. You can get it all off at ptr, and deteo
tion is impossible. Address plainly.
DAILEY A Co.,
No. 118 Fu t on-street, New York.
UNITED STATES COURT, JDXT 22-Hon. GEO.
S. BsTAit, JUDGE, PHESIDINO.-The following
business was disposed of to-day:
in the District dour..-Petitions of John
Mayer and Charles G. Kendall, for final dis?
charge in bankruptcy, were granted.
In the case of W. C. Young vs. J. D. Harper,
the report of the Registrar as to eale was
In the case of Mary J. Beed VB. B. H. Reed,
it was ordered that the assignee should con?
vey to the petitioner.
In the case of Richard Roper and Theodore
Stoney, petition to amend sch ed ule, the peti?
tion was granted.
In the case of J. N. Nathans vs. Levy A Alex?
ander, petition for dividend, the petition waa
In the Circuit Court.-Ia the oase of C. F.
Hampton vs. George A. irenholm, and the
same vs. John Fraser, on appeal for a new
trial, the motion was argued by A. G. Magrath
for appellant up to the bom of adjournment.
YACHT KATE.-The following boats are en?
tered for the race on next Saturday, 24th in?
stant, and are to observe the following rules:
Yachts Ella Anna, Eleanor and Maggie Mit?
chell. Stakes one hundred dollars a aide.
The yacht j are to start from buoys a a chor?
ed near Southern wharf. The starting signal
will be given at one o'clock P. M. The yachts
to proceed down the harbor, parsing to right
and southward of Marsh Channel buoy, to left
and eastward of Cumtrung's Point buoy, to the
right and southward of Pumpkin Hill buoy
(red,) out and around the Charleston Bar
Lightship. Returning, passing the Pumpkin
Hill buoy to the left and southward, the Cum?
mings Point buoy to the right and northward,
the Marsh Channel buoy lo the lett and south?
ward, then ap the harbor, and around a stake
boat anchored near Remley's Point*, returning
to the starting buoy.
The Maggie Mitchell is to be allowed Ihe diff?
erence of eleven minutes in ber favor.
It was further agreed that providing the
race ia not made within six honra from the
time of starting, that it shall be declared no
race, and the boats may Bail again within two
THE FASHiOBS.-rL9 Follet says: "Sashes
have by no means disappeared, though their
make alters considerable from time to time.
It would be impossible to describe the im?
mense variety ot styles in which they are made.
Some aro embroidered on the ends with flow?
ers; others are of moite; then there, are the
Roman' and the 'Watteau' sashes, tied at the
aide, which, it la aaid, will be favorites at the
seaside this year, as well as the black ribbons
worked with colored bouquets. Very pretty
little cravats are made to mat*h these sashes.
We mast not omit to mention that velvet and
lace are the trimmings principally in vogue at
the present time. The diadems on the bon?
nets continue to be worn very higb, and mach
trimmed with flowers and feathers. Blonde
and tulle are the most in request, but many
elegant fanchons are made of rioe straw,
trimmed with bouquets of feathers and flow?
ers. Thus a fanchon ot rice a*.raw"odged with
blue satin and blonde, with a bouquet of blue
feathers, in the centre of which was an exquisito
toa rose. Brides of blonde blue satin, fastened
by a bow. Another edged with a small wreath
of variegated leaves, with a bow of pink ribbon
on the top, forming the centre to a bouquet of ]
small white feather?, Brides of white blonde,
fastened by a bouquet of leaves and small pink
bow. The hats of the present season are ex?
cessively elegant and varied in shape and trim?
ming. Flowers and feathers are used in pro?
fusion; still, in skilful hands, with such mate?
rials, a graceful coiffure is secured.''
THE HOUSE OF H. BISCHOFF & Co.-The alter?
ations and repairs going on for some time in the
tine building ou East Bay, occupied by H. Bis?
choff A Co., were completed yesterday, and the
whole estabUshmont is now one ot the largest
and most commodious in the Southern States.
The main building, fronting on the Bay, one
honored and thirteen feet deep and forty-seven
feet wide, is three stories high. In the base?
ment, which is kept dry by an ingenious ar?
rangement of pipes and drains, hage casks of |
bacon and pork are stored. In the main store,
on the ground floor, flour, eagar aud other
groceries are kept. Un tho second floor are
the liquors and winos of all kinds and the
finest qualities. On the third floor bagging,
rope and ales aro stored. But the great fea?
tures of tho building is the extension or uew
slorehouao which rons from the rear of the
main building clear through to State-street,
lins exteusiou is one hunched and ninety-six
feet long, by forty-seven feet wide. Ibo fl >or
iog and roofing ure of the moat substantial
kind, and tho skylights are so contrived thut
ibero is Always plenty of light and plenty ot' |
fresh air. The floor is laid at a slight angle,
so that molasses and sugar leaking from the
barrels will run into a vat instead of running
to waste. The long rows of hogsheads and
barrels make this new building a goodly sight.
To give some idea of the size nf the estab?
lishment, we may mention that its total length
is three hundred and nine feet, with a width of j
forty-seven feet. A tram-wuy runs through
from street to street, ann trucks rolling upon
this allow heavy weights to be moved with both
rapidity and ease. The work has boon done by
Mr. Albert Elfe, the contractor and builder, of
this city, and ho has reason to bo gratified at
the rea ul: of his la JOTS.
From wbv we have said, it wi I be seen that
H. Bischoff & Co. aro go-ahead people. We
hope that they, and all our merchants, will
have this tali raoie trade than tboy cm t..ko
care of. We mav thea have, next your, other
establishments as convenient and as sugges?
tive "of eood timos coming" aa that ot H.
Biscbofl A Co.
CONGRESSMAN BOWEN TO BB SERENADED.
The Repa blicans, or as many of them as a j
dram corps and a string band can collect, will
serenade Congressman us C. Bowen to-night,
when he will give bis reason for using bis in?
fluence to remore Dr. A. G. Mackey from the
office of Colleotor of Uastoms. ft is understood
that bis reason is, that Dr. Mackey would not
remore the men in the Customhouse and fill
then* offices with oat and out Republicans
i. e., friends of Congressman Bowen.
PR?SENTATION.-The semi-annual anniversary
of the organization of the Stonewall Fire Com?
pany was celebrated, on Wednesday evening,
by a handsome "punch" entertainment at Ma?
sonic Hall. The Chief of the Department,
Board of Firemasters, representatives from
the Vigilant, Palmetto, and other companies,
were present. In the course of the evening
the handsome silver trumpet, won by the
Stonewalls at the recent Fair of the Washing?
ton Light Infantry Association, was presented
to the President, G. Lamb Buist, Esq. As a
token of well deserved esteem he likewise re?
ceived a beautiful silver wine castor with gob?
lets. vice-President Boinest was the medium
of pr?sentation in both instances, and per?
formed his duty with taste and grace. Speeches
were made by MCBSTS. Buist, Nathan, Pmck
ney, Strobe!, R. W. Seymour, and others.
INTEBBSTTNO EXERCISES.-The distribution
of ptizes to the pupils of the Academy of the
Sisters of Mercy, took place in the hall of that
building yesterday afternoon.
The ball was tastefully decorated with ever?
greens and flowers, and with pictures and
works of art executed by the scholars, present?
ing a most attractive appearance. About fire
o'clock the scholars marched into the hall,
which was already nearly filled with their re?
latives and friends.
The exercise?.' were commenced with a few
introductory remarks from Rer. Father Ber?
mingham, who, io conclusion, introduced Mr.
Edward Lafitte. The prizes were theo dis?
tributed to the scholars by Hr. Lafitte. Near?
ly every scholar received a prize, to which, if
we Judge from the profloieocy displayed by
them yesterday afternoon, they were justly en?
titled. The difficulty in obtaining a correct
hst of the names of the recipients of prises, is
tho cause of the non-appearance of any of
them in this account.
The recitations by the girls, and the compo?
sitions in both French and English, were ex?
cellent, and received, as they deserved, the
commendation of the large assemblage pres?
The exercises, which were of a highly inter
eating character, closed at a late hour last
evening. The high degree of proficiency shown
by the sobolara waa moat gratifying to their
relatives and friends, and entitles their in?
structors to the utmost praise.
COOTES SOOT, boiled mutton, with caper
sance, fish, Ac., for Jonch at Torck's Our
House, this forenoon.
MELONS.-Those who enjoy fresh Augusta
melons will And at the store of Messrs. An- j
drews A Salvo, No. 497 Sing-street, the largest
stock at the lowest prices.
Wi WOULD call the attention of all who are in
want of travelling or plain trunks, to call at
John Commins', No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly
opposite Market. His prices will bf found to be
quite low. 1 mtb4 Joly 23>
Go TO GBOBOB LTTTLB A Co. for fine Linen
Sacks, tl 60. 6 July 22
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PROPRIETARY STAMPS, a foll assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER A RAVENEL,
No. 66 East Bay,
My 10 Opposite Courier Office.
Shirts an) /nrnisijing Ooo?rs.
Q. syr Y o y K
THE GREAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
Ac, Ac, Ac.
SHIRTS ready made and made to order. Direc?
tions lor measurement sent by mail
Gentlemen's Furnishing store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
No. 319 KIXG-STRJCET,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OE
TIES, 6CARF.?, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS, COLLAR*, GLOVES
HO "IBBY AND UNDERWEAR
FINE UHIRIS TO ORDER, A SPECI?
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and ta?te can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving thom at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 3niOR*
JOHN U . A L t: 1 A Ml K lt ,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AOENT.
No. IO uroa?-itrcet,
RESPECTFULLY SOLIOllr- BUSINESS IN Al
JCsi IN ci A cen I'NT- ot Merchants and other?,
and In WRITINU OP AND POSTING their BOuEo
either In part or whole, tc. Januury 9
NEW ZDIR/TT GK
No. 228 KIM
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR 0001
TD fUBSCKIRKB, HAVING WITHDRAWN FBO
HEBBABDT * CAMPEEN, has opened a DBY GC
a bore well known aland. '
^ Tbs undersigned, having been for manr Tears ooo:
thoroughly acquainted wi tu tba wanta of Oils comme
now offers to the public, the FRESHEST BIOCK, BUT
ha" "?ar boen offered. He wOl make bia prlrea rery
that fall share of custom to which he considers bimse!
rjIRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS.
JUST BEGET? BD, A LARCH! LOT OF TBA VET..
LING AND PLAIN TRUNKS, which will be sold very
lOW St ?OH N COMM IN 8,
Na lil Meerhig-rtreft,
July!? 1 ratha Nearly opposite Harket.
TOMES. MEL VAIN & CO.,
No. 6 MAIDEN LANE, NEW T?RK.
FOWLING PIECKS OF ALL QU A LIT TES, SUITA?
BLE for the Southern trade. Both If UZZLE AND
BREECH LO A Di RS.
IN 8TOOK A FULL ASSORTMENT OF C?TLE
BT, PERFUMERY. BRUSHES, 80APS, Ac.
SOLE AOENT8 FOB TBX
GENUINE D?RINGER PISTOL.
July 10 mwflmo
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVEBTISEB,
As an advertising medium, offers facilities to Mer?
chants, Druigista?.Machinists, Ac, of extending
their basinets, nnsurpsased by any Southern
Hs circulation ls fast becoming genersL Beal
Estate agents, and parties Interested in the purchase
or aale of real estate, will find lt to their advantage
to consult its colamos and advertise therein, aa we
are effecting arrangements by which our paper will
circulate largely among Northern cat (tallala.
Information tending to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and agricultural resources
descriptive ol climate, soil, st ;.-solicited and thank?
fully received from any section.
Terms cash, S3 a year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six lobscriben; a cub of ten, 12 50 each.
Bates of advertising llneraL Address
W. J. McKEKRALL,
July 18 Marlon,. 8 C.
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEE>
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STEEP? FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADS,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
BTTEFF'S PIANO* HAVE ALL TUB LATEM
Improvement, Including the Agraffe treble, Ivor]
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchanut
within twelve months If not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
g ?ns always on band from $60 to $300.
XXTXEKES WHO HAVE OCR FIAMOS DI CSE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va. '
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. O.
Governor John Le tenex, Lexington? Va.
Messrs. B, Barwell & Bons, Charlotte, N. O., Fe?
O. B. Biddick, Female College, Kitfrell's Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Strakosch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, 8. 0.
Charles Spencer, Charleston. S. O.
Send for a circular. Terms liberal,
October 2a. .
?tUUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'!/ OFFICE, I
CBAJLLESTOW. 8. C., April 9,ls60. (
ON AND AFTER SU?'DAY, APBIL 11TH, THk
PASSU-'OEB TBA1N3 of the South Carol? s Bail
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.S0 a. Y.
Arrive at Augusta.<.p
Connecting, with trains for MonUouicry, Mem pm?
Nashville and New Orleans, vi? Montgomer? on'
Leave Charleston.B."0 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester lt .li
road, nar Camden train
Leive Augusta.'.""> A. Kl
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 *. M
Arrive at Charleston.610 P. M
aUUCSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7..W P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.1U A. al
Connecting wltb trains lor Memphis, Nashvill'
and Hew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10 P. M
Arrive st Charleston.4.00 A. Ai
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. I
Leave Charleston.8.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.48 A. kt
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville am
Leave Columbia.5.63 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M
ST MM EU VILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.8.35 P. JJ.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and columbi i Passenger Tratas on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDAYS, connects wilt
up snd down Dsy Passengors at dingville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.ll. 'b A. M
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M
Hignedi B. T. PEAKE,
?Dt^l in General Superintendent.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OP TBS
STOMACH AND LITER.
THEY AHE RECOMMENDED DY Tm
HEGEMAN &> CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manufactured by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHEMIST ANS APOTHECARY,
CHARLESTON", S. C.
SWFOT Sale by Druggists Everytchere.'i?l
Februaiy 16 mwflyr
G- ST RE E T,
IS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
M THE FIRM 80 LONG KNOWN AS THAT OP UF
)ODS ESTABLISHMENT cm bis own account, at the
aected with the Dry Goods Business in thin city, is
mit?. He has Just purchased in Kew York, and
TABLE TO THI> MARKET, and on' or tbe best tbat
re .sonable, and thereby Hopes to retain and receive
li entitled at tbe bands of bis trleuds and the pnbllc.
QAMEKO.V, BAHKLBY dt CO.,
Meetiug and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR BAW MILLS, an
iyH I T K LIAD,
ZINC PAI N T S,
COLORS, VARNI3HE8, BRUSHES. Ac, Ac
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAJHKItu.V, BAMKLKY Ai CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
ILS: OIL. St OILSI
100? GALLONS PU BE WINTER LARD OIL
TOO GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PUBE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINER! OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
SOO GALLONS REFINED N?AT8FOOT OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January ! -
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLE ABLE CAST IRON
FfTTINOS, tor steam and water.
CAMBRON. BARKLEY dc CO..
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland sb
OOF INO TIN.
600 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 11x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
60 BOXES IX 12x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 11x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 11x20
20 BOXES IXXX 11x20
20 BOXES FX y XX llx20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ac, Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland street*.
STEAM GAUGES, GONGS, GAUGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GAUGE8. GLASS GAUGE TUBES
MERCURY GAUGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY Ai CU.,
Northeast Comer Meeting md Cumberland streets,
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 1, and 6
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT B?L?
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 LNCH TO li INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO li
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OS
CAMKRON. BARKLEY dt CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
I S O N ' S
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It la Purely Vegetable and contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
HiCHM-wn. VA . November 28. 1868.
DEAS ?IB- The "tobacco antidote" prepared by
you ue. omine to the jeni, t >oti have submitted to
me, and tho ingredient:) ot which I have examined,
i-i purely vegetal) e. entirely hai niiess. ami contains
nothing in the least tnjuiious. It ls not disagreeable
to the taste, ?nd as a home article, I hope y. n will
n eel with ready ?ile 'or If, and I believe that if the
cirections are tollowed, tt will do a 1 ynu ? Ulmed lor
it. JOHN DOVE, M. D.
4Sr* Price 50 cents per Tc. The usual discount
to tin- Trade,
4=9- Fer sale by
Dr. H. BAEE,
WHOLESALE AGfcNT FOR frOUIH CAROLINA.
Jg E CABKFC1
WHEN YOU ARK EXHAUSTED BY OVEhWORK
ol head or bat.d. and feel ihe need ol t-ororthirg in
viporating. don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whe her uncer the mme ot Hitrrs or other
wise, fuch articles giv ju>t a- much strength to
your weary rod- aod mind as the whir gives to the
jaded hon?-, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
iujanou* to N? r\v health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESMNU BEAOIION.
Dud d's Nervine and Invigorator
U a TONIC aud (itNILE STIMTLANt which i<
Nui attended hy KEACl'lON. Wi at it pains tor
yon it maintaire. Winn itu freshes bedv or ml d,
it refreshes wi b nalural sirn gib tba: erne-" to s uv.
Weare not rccon mending teetotalism iu the interest
ot mv lactic n; but tong and ex ended o<>s<-rvj'mn
. eachesus that he wi.o icsor's lo Ibe wile f >r ie?t
or n cuperation. will find, as he keci s at I", that he
is kind line a tire in bis bones which will coni-um.
like tin flumes ut peidilion. Turu lrom ii lakv
unie that will relresn : nd not destroy. D' ?DD'
v ERVIN fe i? for sae by all Drupeistsi Plier Ouc
Drlier. Cee Book of Certificates that acwinnanie
each bottle. "mos June 25
Furniture Sde at N~o 8 Atlantic street, near
BY A. f. McUilXIYRAF,
TBI3 MOB MN Q, at 10 o'clock, wu! positively ba?
Sundry articles of genteel HO OSE HO LO F?BN1V
TUBB, (the family declining housekeeping) says
r rating-room and Htrlor Furniture cottage Setay
fine, Crockery, Bedding, CarpeU, Matting. Glass
ware and sundries.
Teross cash. Everything to be remov?d on da?- of
Inonict of Letter ?ooks ?c. fe.
BY HOLMES & WAC BOTH.
Will be sold, THU. DAY, Wd July, 1869, a*. No. 3?
Broad-street commencing at ll o'clock,
Consignment of LKT'EB BOOKS
Cooking Bange and Utensils
and gundry other articles.
Termscaah. July 38
Hortes. Huies, Harnes?, Ploughs, Stover,
Sashes, Hardware, Tinware, Gold Watch*
BY HOLMES & MU BETH,
Will bo sold TBI9 DAY. 23d Ju; v, at No St Broads
street, at ll o'clock,
HORSES. MULLS, HAHNES-, ko.
Gold Watcbfs; Bardware, co -silting of Tools",
Padlocks, Hinges, crosscut Saws, Files, Drawing
Kui ve- dc, &u.
Tinware, of all sorts, and sundry other artie!se,
bfiuy balance of a Country Store.
Terms ca.' July 33
Boots, Shoes, Hats ftc
BY MILES ?HAKE.
'I H IS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will soil, at my
(?tor-, corner of King and Liberty street?,
ta CA-E- BOOT> AND SbOEs,
MEN'S BALMORALS. 00*4RE3?, OXFORE*
TIE-, Malakoff*, slippers and Brogans, Laities' Con?
gi ese and Morocco Bootees. . Women's Bootees and
Balmorals, Mistes' snd Children's Bootees Ties, Ac,
A line of FELT A .> t> WOOL HATS.
Household Furniture, Sundries, <fe.
KNOX. DALY & IX).,
No. 190 "Icc tlng-sti eet.
Will sell THIS DAY, as above, at 10 o'clock. A M.
Conditions rash. Joly %t
[SALE pori po WEB pao M TESTESDAT.]
SHH RIFF'S ?Ali M.
By virtue of an order of the Son. R. B. Carpen tat?.
.(ndge of tbs First Circuit, I win exposs st publia
auction 1HI9 DAY, the 33d day of July nv
?tant, at 10 o'clock A M., st the Northeastern
The Steamer IDEA, attached and to be sold ss the
property ot CHARLES WILLEY, under sn attach'
ment, In the case of Albert O. Stone TA Charlea
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
_July 33_8. C. O.
Of Beal Estate of Josiah J Brabham, Bank?
rupt, by the Decres of the Court in Bank?
ruptcy, in the ease of Frederick J. Smith,
Assignee, vs. Charles H Eke, CC. Bush
and wife, and George Grimes.
WIU he sold on the first MONDAY in August next,
at the Courthouse, tn Barnwell County,
The following valuableB? AL ESTATE.
First. A TB \CT OF LAND in the County of Barn?
welL in the State of South Carolina, situated on thsv
waters ot the Great tsTkehatcbJe consls ting of 33*T
acres, more or less; bo anded north and east by
lands of W. B. Rice and H. B. Bice, west by landa,
of J. M. Williams, and south by lands of W. B. Bios.
Terms-One-half esl; balance on a credit ot
twelve months, secured by bond of thc purchaser,
with interest from day of sale snd mortgage of th?
premises. Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps*.
FBEDEBICK J. SMITH,
Assignee of J. J. Brabham. .
NOTICE ls hereby given, under (he order of Court,
made in the above stated case, to all persona hold?
ing liens upon the above described Beal Estate to?
prove the same before J. C. CA. BP EN TER, Eaq."
Registrar in Bankruptcy, in Charleston, on or before*
ihe first day of August next, or be debarred from sat
participation in the distribution of the net proceed*
of the sale thereof. FREDERICK J. SMITH,
Assignee J. J. Brabham.
49* Barnwell Sentinel will please copy.
July 16 fS
3lttrttan(tTS) frigate SfllM*
For Sale or Lease for a Term of Tears,-Tv0t.
Acres th East Bay Street* ' \
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON*
Will be Sold or Leased for a t rm of years- - .
Those extensive LO I'?OP LAND, measuring 83aT
feet 10 inches on East Bav-street, 318 fest ott Lau?
rens-s tn et, 350 feet on ?ocielr-street continuad, and
407 feet on Washington-street continued; eoutsiahaf
an arts of two (3; acres, and occupying an entire?
square bounded on four (4) streets. On pre mi ssa
arealarge r?sidence, kitchen, and extensiv* raagse
of stables, all of brick, i bis property is sstarfraMr
located lor storage of cotton, kc.; being on XASK
Bide of East Bay-street, Cotton can be stored there?
in. Existing laws prohibit storage . f Cotton ls
large quantities weat of East Bay-street. Lhasa
Lots are convenient to ihe Railroads. With a s malt
expenditure of money tula property could speedily
be prepared to receive a very large amount of Cot?
ton, and could be made very profitable to say one
who could secure patron age.
Apply as above at No. 68 ?AST B AY-8TBEHr.
Ta H CE N IX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO,,
CAMERON ?Sc CO..
Engineers Boilermakers ?cc,
Not. 4, 6. 8,10 and 13 PR1TCHA RD-STREETS,
(NEAB THE DBY DOCS,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MAMINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
SHAFTING, PULLETS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINES OF EYEBY KIND IN ?ON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of aa good quality and power, and at as low rates aa
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE OS LY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WA 1ER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17_ PAC 3mos
F K ? ' M 4 'iv 3SO
horse power, including the
celt-orate j Corliss Cutoff
Engines, ?Ita? Valve Sta?
tion?r- Engines. Portable
Engines. Ac. also. Circu?
lar Mu lav tad Sang tor
Mills, Sugar Cane i Us,
.-ha.dng Pulley?. Ac, Lath
and .?bingle Milla. Wheat
and ?..om M'lle>, Circular
.-aws Rei'iav, kc. Send
lor descriptive Circular and
(TOOP k MANN SIEiM t-NGIVECO.,
I'cbnnry 1? f-n-oa Vtin, Ne? fork.
Q1TRATK OF MAQ'bMA.
A GOOD COOl IN3 iUMMEH MEDICINE. MAD!
ires? every day, by Da. H. BABB.
ii. y.G No.i3i M?N*taas4tnet