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MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Mechanics' Union, at 8 P. M.
THE MUUETER'S CHTOSCH.-There will be ser
-vioes in the Mariner's Ch urch,^ Cn ur ch-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half-past ten o'clock in
the morning, ? : : - .
THE NEWS ur THE COTJETET.-Beaders cf
THE NEWS going to the co on try can receive
their ?avante paper by mail, daily, al seventy'
five cents a month, by addrt??ung a note, with
their subscription, to om* pub 'cation office.
HOTEL ABUTTALS. JULI 23.-Charleston Hold.
LAB. Beach an i wife, Augusta; Warren
Adams, South Carolina; David Weigutoa and
wife, Beaufort ; J. Odell and child.
Pavilion Hotel-J. P. Gayle, H. A. Olmo,
Florence ; B, P. Strong, Mrs. Strong,. Atlanta,
Qa.; Mrs, 8. H. Smith, Washington, D. 0.
?ESSOKAX - ar. Patrick Walsh, associate*1"}
editor of the Chronicle and Sentinel and asso?
ciate press agent, is in filia city on bosinees.
Mr. Walsh is a thorough newspaper man, and
about the most energetic, hard-working man
connected with the Southern press. We wish
him every success, a pleasant, visit and a safe
return to Augusta.
A Foo. HOUSE last night witnessed the
performance of Sargent, the Wizard. Hts feats
-of legerdemain elicited ?rreat applause, and the
whole entertainment waa every way satisfac?
tory. The (prise furniture was won by J
8oott, of star shirt fame. Sargent will appear
again to-night; also at a matinee this after
noon, when the adm "isa ion^price Will be twenty
five cents, and every child in the audience, will
receive a present.
FIES.-The alarm of fire sounded about a
?quarter past three o'clock yesterday afternoon,
was ciocasiooed by the burain? of the turpen?
tine st?r' or Messrs. A. A. Goldsmith 6c Co., on
Railroad Accommodation wharf. The fire orig
mated from a leak in the at ill. Th?, firemen
were quickly orr The -ground, an*a, though una
hie to save the building, prevented the destruc?
tion of much valuable property about it. The
loss sustained by the firm is estimated to be
between $800 and $1000. There is no insurance.
8AvA5>AH vs. CHAHLKSTON. -The ' Carolina
Club men are practicing every day in order to
prepare themselves for the approaching con?
test with the Savannah Club, which will arriva
anent seven o'clock to morrow morning
Messrs. D. S. McCabe, President; John A- Mo
roeo, Tl?e-PresJdent; E. E. FoThrr, H. *Po*lffi,
?J. C. Houston, J. Ives Edgerton, J. C. Huger,
E. F. Schachte, iL J. O'Neill and G. E. Gibbes,
have been appointed a committee to meet the
Savannah Club. The President will make the
SAVAHEAH WANTS A BOAT BICE WITH
CHABLEBTON.-The Savannah Advertiser says
"The King Cotton and Empire Boat G?bs
held meetings yesterday and voted to go to
Charleston on tba excursion, Sat err Jay, 24 th,
provided arrangements are perfected for
noe there. We sincerely hope the boats will
go over, and that an op'KHtunity may be af?
forded our friends there of witnessing a close
?nd exciting race, as wifl surely ensue. We
opine they will hereafter disc?d yachting in
favor of the much more attractive boat racing
CauraiBe.-"Washsn dan bier," is the sign
of a laundress on Queen-street.
There will Le a grand mass meeting of the
Republicans Monday ni8ht, when it is expect?
ed i hat Congxearsnrnn Bowen and Senator Saw
yer will have aa opportunity of seeing them?
selves as some others see them.
It is reported that there are be tween four and
five hundred applicants fer office under Co ll ec
Oap ain Hendricks received yesterday from
the Police D9parUnent of New Tork 'orty or
fifajL photographs of men who belong to that
class of tireve* known sn ''Travellers." tbo-e
who winder ?bout from place to place seeking
whit they maj pick up.
THE YACHT RACE TO-DAT.-Th? utmost in?
terest is taken by ad classes of our citizens in
the proposed yac-t raes to-day, and there will
oe thousands to witnes9 it. From indications
last evening, we judge that there will be afine
br?ese to-day. Tl this be th 3 case, oar crack
boats, the Ella Anna. Eleanor, and Maggie
Mitchell, may be expected to do some fine and
last sailing. For the accommodation of those
persons who desire to follow the yachts, the
following boats will have excursions, giving
those who go apon them an opportunity of
?oboerring every movement in the race:
The steamer Samson sill leave Aooommo
??ation wbruf at hair-past 12 this morning,
offering a fine v.ew of the yacht race, mul?
ler's brass band has been engaged and the
refreshments will be furnished by Mr. H. H.
The steamar Emilie will leave the wharf back
of the old posteffise a> 12 M. Fare, fifty cents.
Tba steamer 8-. Helena will ieav?* the wharf
back of the old pce toffloe, near the terminas ol
the street railroad, at one o'clock. Fare, fifty
The yacht Mary Ella will reave North Atlan
ti?.wbarf. Fare, one dolla*-.
ABBES! OF THE OLD COLLECTOR, ALDER?
MAN T. J. MACKEY AND OTHER?, FOB AS?
SAULT AND BATTERY
Oaring the Absence of tae Old Collec?
tor, the New Collector makes av Flank
Movement and takes Posaesston of tke
Castoninonse-A aa rat ts Denounced sis
a Thug-A Coloreti Advocate of Clark
ts Mobbed by Colored Men.
The account iu yesterday's XEW3 of the in
terviow between the new and old Collectors at
the Customhouse, on Thursday morning, was
read with great iuterest. und turned the at?
tention of every one in the direction of the
Customhouse, and all impatiently awaited far
THE NEW COLLECTOR.
Early yesterday morning there waa a great
deal of stirring about among the friends of Mr.
Clark, and frequent were the messages to the
telegraph office to know whether a reply to
the telegram sont the day before for instruc?
tions had been received ? from Washington.
About 12 il. a telegram was received, the pur?
port of which we do not know; bat it is re?
ported that it was an order for the arrest or j
the cid Colleotor. As soon as the telegram
was received, Mr. Clark marshalled his elana
nun. He then bad warrants issued by Magis?
trate DeLarge, colored, for the arrest of Dt.
A. G. Mackey, Alderman L\ J. Mackey and Mr.
Arthur M. Mackey, charging them with an as
sault and battery nportjiim.
Being informed that Mr.. Clark contem?
plated taking some^ateps to secare the office
ihirmg the morning, sent for bis counsel, Mr.
3eo. L. Buist, to ascertain what coarse would
be bett for bim to pursue in case Mr. Clark
lernanded the office or attempted to use force
to get possession of it. Mr. Buist counselled
aim to do nothing that would place Mr. Clark
in a position to control the public property
inti! he had given the proper receipts for it;
ii at if Mr. Clark wanted an office io the build
og and desired to tr ID sac t toe business of the
iffioe to interpose no objection.
J . ABBIST OF THE 0XD COLLECTOR.
At half-past dbe o'clock, a constable from
n'agis trate DeL?rge's office went to the J
Jos tomhouse and informed Dr. Maokey, Alder
Dan Mackey and. Mr. Mackey, that he had
Tarrants for them, charging them with an [
kssault and battery apon Mr. Geo. W. Clark.
rh? constable was inform ed that those man?
ion ed in the warrant would be at the magis?
trate's office immediately af ter business hours,
bree o'clock. Shortly after the departure of
he constable, a message from Mr. Daniel
?orlbeck, United States Commissioner, wu
eceived by Dr. Mackey, informing him that
he presence of himself, Alderman Mackey,
Hf. Groves, Deputy Colleotor, and others, be
bre the Commissioner, was desired at BU
?'dook, to answer a charge preferred by Mr.
Hark, of interfering with a government officer
n the discharge of his dnty. Dr. Mackey
ttated that they would comply, with the sum
nons, and the messenger departed.
BET?RE THE MAGISTRATE.
At three o'clock Dr. Mackey, Alderman Mac?
key and Mr. Mackey proceeded in a carriage to
he office of Magistrate DeLarge, colored. Dr.
lackey waived an examination, and upon Mr.
Hark taking oath that he feared bodily inj cry
rom Dr. Mackey, the magistrate required the |
)octor lo give bond in the sum of $300 to keep
he peace for twelve months. Alderman Mac?
ey and Mr. Maokey were then required to ap?
ear for exarnination at ten o'clock to-day.
6EJZCBE OF TBS CUSTOMHOUSE.
While the old Colleotor and his friends wete
beent from the Cris tomhouse in obedience to
tie sommons of the magistrate, Mr. Clark, with
is clansmen, went there, forced open the door,
ad took qaiet possession. "Marshal" La
tyette L Woolf was then placed in charge.
Tp to the prissent writing the Claikltes are in
obsession, and will, doubtless, r?main so.
BET?RE THE 00100581 ON EB.
, At six o'clock "yesterday afternoon Dr
lackey appeared bet?re Commissioner Horl
?eek, who held court in the United States
'our(room. Dr. Mackey was represented by
ir. George L. Buist ; Mr. Clark, who was pr??
tent, by the Assistant United States Attorney,
I. H. D. Byron.
The case of Mr. Groves, Denpty Collector,
rae first called. He was sworn, and testified
o what occurred at the interviews, of which
lorreot accounts have appeared in THC NEWS,
Mr. Clark tes ti Led that he received his com
nisaioa as Collector 6T Customs on the 8tb of
Tnly, and presented his credentials to Dr.
lackey oa the 21st of the same month. He
hen. gave a short account of bia having pre
lented his orders from the President and the
?oaxmissioner of Customs to Dr. Mackey for
lim to yield the office, which he refused to do.
It waa proven that Mr. Groves had refused
o obey Mr. Clark's orders, and had cleared a
'easel on yesterday.
The charge, in the opinion of the Commis
li oner, was susi ai oed, and he advised in view of
he-testimony, that the counsel for the United
itates should proceed no farther against Mr.
THE CASE Or DB, MAOIET
?Viii be called before the Commissioner on
donday next, he having given secority in the
ram of IBU for his appearance.
At the close of Mr. Groves' case the question
urose as to the disposition to be made of the
?ses of Mr. T. J. Mackey, Arthur Maokey and
rtherson the hst, when the Commissioner
ruggested that they might be permitted to
rive their own recognisance* to appear and to
toop the peace, upon which Mr. Clark demand
ad, m an excitad manner, that they should gire
00 nd s, adding, "I bad a great deal of trouble
io get my office, and I don't want to loee it i"
fha parties mentioned were then boned over to
ippear when wanted.
Sta. CXABX CALLED A THUG.
Just before the court was adjourned, and
while Dr. Maokey was conferring with the
jomtmeeioner, a Mr. Fond, who was present
ks a spectator, disturbed the peace of the
x>nrt oy denonncin r Mr. Clark in a load tone,
saying, "Yon sbaot threaten me you infernal
;btu." lt appeared from the statement of
Pond, who bad evidently beea dining oat, that
Ur. Clark, whose personal enemy he is, shook
lis finger at him m a threatening manner.
A MEOBO MOBBED.
Shortly after the adjournment of the court,
1 colored man named Chase, of Democratic prc
:livitios, and a supporter of Mr. Clark, ex
tressed his opinion that Mr. Clark was the
ight one in the right pldce, and bad acted
>ertectly right. A crowd of colored mea, who
.bought differently, set apon Chase, and would
lave beaten him had he not fled and sought
theiler m a shop near by.
We should state, in closing this report, that
dr. Clark's movement on the Customhouse yes
;erday afternoon was expected by Dr. Mackey,
?nd his friends offered to rt main there as a
rnard while he obeyed the warrant issued
igaiuat him; but he refused, replying that his
>nly objeta was to relieve himself and bonds?
men of all responsibility, and "if Clark took
Fumble possession without receiving a certi
led inventory of the property on band, he
(Clark) would take it at bis own risk and that
)t his bondsmen sud I cannot be held respon?
sible for any deficiencies in the pubiio stores
that may hereafter appear. Let bim sneak in
The resignations of Messrs. T. J. Mackey and
Arthur M. Mackey were tendered and accepted
by Dr Mackey on the 21st instant.
It is bat justice to Dr. Mackey to state, that
daring the interview between him and Mr.
Clark on Thursday last, he frequently told Mr.
Clark that if he would appoint) clerks they
might come into the Customhouse and aid in
taking the inventories in order that the mat?
ters might bo the quicker closed up. He also
told Mr. Clark that- if he would come into the
office be would gladly give him all the infor?
mation in his power; but be would not nor
could not surrender the property in his charge
without taking duplicate receipts, even if he
had not been instructed to do so by the Com?
missioner of Customs.
It is also well to state that Dr. Mackey has not
been holding on to the office with any hope of
pecuniary reward, as within the past two days
the fees have amounted to about seve ..j-five
cents, and if he had remained in office until
the 31st of this month, the time when he pro?
posed to surrender it, the fees would probably
have amounted to eight dollars.
THE WRONG KIND OF A SERENADE.
CONGRESSMAN BOWEN NOT PERMITTED TO
GIVE HIS REASO** FOR EXERTING HIS IN
FLUENCE TO REMOVE DR. MACKEY FRC M
1 HE CUSTOMHOUSE.
Thc Irrepressible Woolf Snubbed-The
M ac k ey He Negroes Outnumber the
Serenaders and Prevent any Demon?
stration by Them - Wo LT! Wolf!
Wolf I-He ls Asked for His Sheep
Called a Democrat Disguised In Wolfs
Clothing - He Denounces Hacker's
Friends as Cowards-Amusing Scenes.
In THE NEWS of yesterday appeared an ad?
vertisement, signed by L. I. Woolf, Chairman
of Committee, calling upon the Bepnblicans to
assemble at the Military Hall, at seven o'clock,
to "form a procession for tbe purpose of bear?
ing remarks proper, from Senator C. C.
Bowen." The object of this rally was to give
Congressman Bowen an opportunity of ex?
plaining why he exerted his influence to re?
move Dr. Mackey from the office of Collector
of Cu? toms.
At seven o'clock last evening a drum corps
and string band were stationed in front of the
hall, and soon inspiring strains of music were
heard in the vicinity-such strains as made
the negroes forget thoir empty stomachs, for?
sake for the nonce all workings for office, and
produced joyous hearts and light heels, the lat?
ter of which were soon catting the "pigeon
wing," doing the "double shuffle" and the "heel
and toe," mnoh to tho admiration of the picea*
ninnies, also drawn hither by the music. A
number of the crowd were drawn there through
other than patriotic motives. The getters up
of the "rally" bad whispered around that there
would be a little something to eat and drink
after the speaker had disgorged himself of his
remarks, and not a few came who hoped to be
entertained both mentally and physically. Not?
withstanding the rolling of drams, shrieking
of fifes, tooting of horns, and drawing of horse
hair across feline abdominals, there was not by
eight o'clock as large a crowd collected as
"MarsbaP Woolf and his assistants thought
sufficient to listen to the tirade of abuse that
Congressman Bowen expected to heap upon
Dr. Mackey and his friends, and the bands were
induced to make fresh exertions, wbioh
they did, and by nine o'clock there were
about seventy fire men, twenty-five boys,
and fifteen women ready and willing to join
in the procession. There were also present
shoat one hundred men and two hundred boys, :
more or less, who did not propose to "jine in
der percession," but intended to follow it up,
and see what turned up. At a ajuar ter-past,
nine o'clock the procession was formed with
Woolf on horseback m the lead, and marched
down Wentworth to King, down which it pro?
ceeded to.Lamboll-street, on which is the resi?
dence of United States Marshal Johnson,
where Congressman Bowen and Senator Baw* '
y er awaited to be serenaded.
. The action of the Bowen faction represented
by Clark in having the Mackey family arrested'
and ejected from the Customhouse, ex?
cited no little indignation among the .
colored population, a very large majori?
ty of whom are strong supporters of
the Mackeys. Seeing this call for a rally
and supposing it to be intended only
as a triumphant celebration over the defeat of
their leaders, they determined to prevent any
speaking, and if possible, the serenade. With
this object in view, they rapidly organized.
About one handled were sent to the Military
Hall, and about three hundred went to the
bouse of Mr. Johnson. When the procession
arrived m the vicinity of Lam bol ?-st reel, the
discordant element announced its presenoe by
load cheers for Mackey, and derisive cries of
"W?lfl W?lfl Wo'fl" Tho crowd en Lam
boll-street joined in and the cries drowned the
music. At the corner of King and Laraboll
streets, Woolf halted his line and held a coun?
cil of war. After a short deliberation be con?
cluded to proceed with the serenade. As the
line arrived in front of the house, which was
brilliantly lighted up, and- upon tho
porch of which stood the two distinguished
Congressmen, there was a most horrible
din. Cheers for Maokey; ories of "Woolf ts
Pillsbury's hound deg;" ''Mackey is onr man;"
"This is no Virginia; no traitorous tricks here;
this is South Carolin*. ;" resounded from all
sides. Amid all this confusion, Wooli attempt?
ed to speak and the band** to play, hut neither
were heard. Woolf then went up stairs to the
porch, from which, hy this time, the two Con?
gressmen had retired. Here the irrepressible
tried to get tue attention of the assemblage,
by yelling, gesticulating and waving of his
handkerchief. The negroes would not listen;
they only cheered the loader for Mackey; ask?
ed Woolf where his sheep were; bleated like
lambs; called him a disguised "Democrat
in WclTs pithing ;" yelled " Wolf,- Wolf,
Wolf;" one fellow, in thus calling out, exact?
ly imitating tbo short, quick yelps of the prai?
rie wolf; aud, lo crown all, commenced sing?
"Down with the traitor, up wiih the flag;
1 be Union forever-burrah, boya, burrah ;
We'll radi around the flag, we'll rally once again,
Shouting tke battle-ciy of freedom."
THE DZAB OLD 7LAO.
The words "ap with the flag" gave Woolf an
idea; he sent down for the United States flag
which had been borne irFlho procession, and
from the porch unfurled the dear old flag to
the gaze of the excited multitude, many of
whom seemed to respect it, bat tho majority
only sung the louder, while several shouted
"Woolf is a traitor, Mackey is the mau."
Woolf finding his efforts futile, came down,
and after Peter Miller had shouted that the
Con g ress m au was very much oil ged to the
assemblage for the demonstration m bis honor,
got the bands to play and moved off, boping to
draw off the opposition negroes and then come
ba-k and givo the serenade. Tho serenaders
moved off. the opposition shouting, "no music
can't fool us, wo intend to stay here all night,
bat what we'll prevent tbe serenade." The
line proceeded a short distanc J up King-street
ard then returned, tbe members singing ''The
Day of Jubilee is Come," and the opposition
cheering for Mackey and taklnp; Woolf's name
in vain. A number of Woolf a friends crowded
around him and advised him to go home,
which he did, after boldly denouncing the op?
position men as d--d cowards, as traitors to
their count ry and le the men who had tought
for them, who bad sacrificed* everything for
them. Daring his harangue he pat bis band
behind him, as if to draw a pistol, which being
observed by the negroes, they shrank back
with cries of "don't shoot; Wolf, Wolf, Wolf."
After Woolf's retirement, the serenade**
moved off towards the battery. The opposi?
tion remained around the house that was tobe
serenaded until a late hoar, reminding the in?
mates of their presence by frequent oheers for
The indignation seemed to be entirely ex?
ercised towards Woolf, and at ono time it was
feared he would be roughly handled.
MERCANTILE PRINTTNG.-All kinds of mer?
cantile printing, such as circulars, letter heads,
cards, bill beads, statements, Ac., for count?
ing-rooms and offices, promptly executed in
the neatest style and at the lowest rates for
cash, at TBS IS ew? JOB OFTICE, Mo. 149 East
UNITED STATES CODBT, JULY. 23 -How. GEO.
8. BEVAN, JUDGE, PRESIDING.--Tho following
business was disposed of to-day:
In the District Court.-Petitions of Chas.
G. Randall, of Beaufort, A. C. Solomon, of Co?
lumbia, A. C. Garl;ngton and L. 0. Lovelace,
of Newberry, and J. C. McKenny, of 8amter,
for floal discharge in bankruptcy, were granted.
Lu the case of John M. Simpson the Judge
approved of the apportionment of the assignee,
C. M. Miller.
In the caso of B. N. Lewis vs. C. P. Bonser,
a petition to establish contract for rent, the re?
port of the Registrar waa confirmed.
In the case of G. K. Ryan vs. B. V. Peoples,
petition to sell real estate, the report of the
R3gistrar was confirmed, and the assignee or?
dered to notify lien creditors acoording to
Petition of SamL Saber for discharge in
bankmptoy, was referred to Registrar Jaeger,
and Anal bearing ordered on the 23d day of |
August. Petition of C. D. Spearman was like-1
wise referred, and final hearing ordered on the
80th of August.
In ike Circuit Court.-In the case of A. T.
Stewart A Co. vs. Levy Drucker, it was ordered
that the defendant have leave to plead priut
darre in continuance, to wit: that plaintiffs have
since the last continuance proved their claim
Tate Battle of ?ste c uno mho ni?.
In compliance with the request of the ex
Collector, we give place to the following com?
munication, a copy of which, we are informed,
was sent yesterday to the editors of the
CHARLESTOM, 8. C., Jnly 23.1869.
TO THE EDI TOB OF THE COURIER.
?'ir-I am compelled, in justice to myself, to
state that the report of my interview with Mr.
G. W. Clark, io your issue of this date, is al?
most wholly incorrect, without citing its many
errors. I would state that not one word waa
ottered by me in relation to the President of |
the United States, Secretary of the Treasury,
or the Commissioner of Customs, that could
be made to bear even the Brightest semblance
ot disrespect to either of those officials,
recognize the report of THE NEWS as sub?
I am sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
A. G. MACKEY.
It un IX ESS NOTICES.
PKELAN'S LATEST IMPROVED COMBINATION
CUSHIONS are applied to tho billiard tables in
the American House, Boston. The Messrs.
Rioe have one of the largest and best houses
in the country.
Go TO GEORGE LITTLE A Co. for fine Linen
Sacks, il 50. 6 July 22
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina-'
lions, also PEOPRIET ART STAMPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER A RAVENEL, .
No. 66 East Bay,
Joly 10 Opposite Courier Office.
NO. ?9 KING-STREET,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIES, SCARFS, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS COLLARS, GLOVES
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
FINE SHIRTS TO ORDER, A SPECI?
YOLK SHIRTS AT
THE GREAT DEPOT FOR
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COnON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CRAVATS
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
&c, Ac., Ac.
SHIRTS rea.iy mads and made to order. Direc?
tions tor measurement sent by malL
Gentlemen's Famishing store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
Jnly 8 BAO 6mos
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving tbem at Holmes' Book
Houne. Wrttteu directions should in each case be
given as to the style of coloring preferred.
July 23 3mos*
Jrp ?oo?is, (Ctr.
TTK.VTIOH t DRY GOODS BUYERS.
A FINE AND LARGE STOCK OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVIOUS TO TAXING SIOCK,
reduce many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
which sho aid not be lost eight of by those in need of
articles in our line.
FUKOHGOTT & BRO.,
SOUTHWEST CORNER KI KG ts CALHOUN STS.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Trunks,
FOR SALK LOW
May 3 3moa
QAMEKON, BAKKLEY ?fe CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, ac'
yy H I T E L BAU,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, ftc., Ac.
BAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CA MK HOV, BAM KL KY ?fe CO.,
Kort ires pt corner Meeting and Cnn? benaud streets.
I L s i O I ii SI OILS:
1000 GALLONS PU BE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PUBS WINTER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPEBM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEAT8FO0T OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CASI 10ROH, BARKLEY ?fe CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
?g A R I R O ff ,
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST LEON
FI I TIN'IS, tor steam and'water.
CA UH HON. BARKLEY ?fe CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
600 BOXES IC 14x26 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 11x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IO 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 12x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES TX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXE8 IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER. Ac, Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERO?, BARKLEY ?fe CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland a tree te.
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 ?fe CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
6000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 6
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
308 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BEL* HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO 1? INCH DI
SOAPSTONE PACKING, J INCH TO fl
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
BUBBEB AND LEATHER HOSE '
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMKROBT, BARKLEY tfe CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
yy ! LL1S ?fe CH t HOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SH IP VENT (to Foreuro ?no Doo-eetlo Portai of
COTTON. RICE, LOM BER ?.ND NAVAL ?TOHEs.
ATLANTIC WK ?. Kr, Charleston. H. O.
K. WtLI ts.A. H. .1HISOLM
JOH.? D. ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 Uroad-ttrfot.
RESPECTFULLY SOUCI!S RJSINESB IN AB
JUSTINO ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITIN3 UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either in part or whole. Ar. January 9
fpo BI' SIN ES S MEN.
Thii SUMTER NEWS,
PURL1SEED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
I? ONE OF THE BES r PAPERS IN THE UP
COUNT KY; has a larae circulation, and affords sn
perior advantages as on advertising medium. Terme
low. Addrea DARR it OsTEEN,
February 22 ProDn??c?^
OFFIOB No. 157 FA-ST BAY.
July U Imo
y?r A y T K o.
COUPONS SPABTANBUBG AND UNION BAIL
BOAD, guaranteed by State of South Carolina.
Apply to S A ML. C. BLACK,
No. 28 Broad street.
rjlWO THOUSAND HOLLAHS
TO LEND ON HEAL ESTATE IN THE CITE.
B.M. MARSHALL A BRO.,
- . Beal Estate Brokers,
July 22 tbs2 No. 38 Broad-street
J? A N K E K S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEB9 AND MEE
OH ANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c:n get their older*
filled promptly and in tbc neatest style, at ci.cap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
U9 East Bay. ?
liPEll HANGI X G S.' PAPER HANG?
WILLIAM J. TRIM
BEGS MOSr RESPHCl^ULLY IO CALL THE
attention of those wishing to haye their HOUSES
REPAPERED AND DECORATED, that he is prepar?
ed to do the ?ame by the best workmen, and at such
prices that will not foil to give general satisfaction.
I ask those in need of such to call at
NO. 190 KING-STREET,
July 22 tbstu3 Near Horlbeck's Alley.
VT^ INDOW SHADES:
WINDOW 8 RA DR 8 i
WILLIAM J. TRIM
ALSO BEG1 TO CALL ATTENTION TO HIS
large and carefully selected stocs of
DECORATED AND PLAIN SHADES, SCOTCH HOL.
LANDS. IN WHITE, GilEEN AND BUFF, ALL
WIDTHS, bl OBI SHADES, got out to fie all
A largestock of LACE, MU4UN AND DAMASK
WINDOW CURTAINS, Cornices, Loops, Tassels,
Picture Cords, Nails, %c.
Piano and Table Covers, Lounges, Sofas and Chairs
Be-covered and Upholstered, Pew Cushions.
Mattre??es made to order st such pt ices and in
aacb workman Ilia manner that will guarantee saris
No. 190 KINO
8 T R E E T .
HOUSER TEPEES WBO DO THEIB OWN COOK?
ING with Kerosene or Gas stoves, bave, heretofore,
felt the want of a PERFECT BAKING OVEN.
DU VAL'S PATENT BAKER,
attached to their stoves, will bake Breid, Biscuit,
Pies, ftc, and roast Poultiy, Beef, Potatoes. Ac. to
perfection. A full supply of KEBOSENE and GAS
STOVES, of the best kinds, together with Utensils
for every purpose, tor sale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL dc SONS,
tuthi Agenta for the Patentees.
EFIPCKD FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
i li:: ^ j
fofl ; t ':'!, )
fri ?! ; ; .
w ' mi
AS" Ask your Grocer for our Brand of |
Lard In these Packages.
Packed lu 3 th, 6 th, 10 ft Caddies: 60 tb Cana for
shipment Cheapest mode for selling Lard, fend
for Pries List.
held by Grocers tn Charleston.
May 29 DAO stathSmo
80UTHEBN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertising medium, offers facilities to Mer?
chante, Dru'gists, Machinists, Ac, of extending
their business, unsurpassed by any Southern
Its circulation is fan becoming central. Real
Estate agents, and parties interested in the purchase
or sale of real estate, wil find it to their advantage
to consult its columns and advertise therein, as we
are effecting arrangements by which our pa j. er will
circulate largely among Northern caiitallsts.
Information tending to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and agricultural resources
descriptive ot climate, soil, A ..-solicited and thank
tally received from any section.
Terms cash, S3 a year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six subscribers; s club <>f ten, $2 50 each.
Bates of advertising llueraL Address
W. J. McKEKRALL,
Joly 18 Marion,. S C.
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADS,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW l'ORK
OFFICE ANT WABEBCOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTI*
STREET, ABOVE BALI I MORE-STREET,
Ii A LT I MO lt E. Aid.
SHEFF'S PIANO' HAVE ALL THE LAJES?
Improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivor}
fronts, and tbs Improved French Action, folly war?
ranted tor five years, with privilege of excusent
within twelve months il not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser, second-handed Pianos and Parlor Of
gans always on hand ?mm $50 to $300.
nZFEBEEB WHO HA VB OUB PIANOS R? CSE :
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. HiU, charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Letcbcr, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. IL Barwell ii sous, OLuriotte, N. C.. Fe?
C. B. Rlddick, Femali; College. Kittrell'a Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, Ls.
Max strakosch, Italt-uOrwra
Al?sera Pierson J: Sons, Sumter. S. C.
t'harles spencer, fharli-s'on C. _^
Send tor a circular Terms liberal.
gHASJFOOING AND MAIH-CUTTING.
LADIES AND JHlLDh?N
attended at their reside ices promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. & MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broao-streei tap staica.]
Special Pale Household Furniture, Book
Cuts, Mirrors, Lounges, Safas, Sideboard^
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will sell MONDAY, 26th instant, at No. 13d sleeting'
street, commen clop at 10 o 'duo*.
Long's Celebrated PATENT SODA FOUNTAIN, lat
'J erm s cash.
WEDNESDAY, ?8th, sale of assorted DBY GOODS
and Notions._July 24
Positive Sale-Family Removing from the
Slate-One ?tory Wooden Dwelling, No.
8 Dogard tlreet, one door east of Coming,
in good order.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BKUNSf,
Will be sold on TUE -DAY, 27 th instant, at the Old
Posto Alee, st ll o'clock.
That fine OVE STORY WOODEN DWELLING,
with piazza and ats fl it ores, known as No. 8 Bogart*
t-trper, north side, one door, east of corn ng, wijrx
ki'chen and stable. Boase contains three roo nfc.
Lot measures 4> by 81 leet, mere .or lees..
Terms-One third ca?h; balance in one and two
years, with interest, teenred by bond and mortgage.
Property to be injured, policv assigned. Pa rc nae er
to pay ns for papera and stamps. 3 July 24
Ptntacola and Georgia Railroad Bonds.
Bf H. H. DeLEsm
I will eell on TUFSDAY. July 27th, at the Old Post
office, at Charleston, H. c., at ll o'clock,
$16,000 Fl EST MO H TG AGE BONDS of Pensacola
and Georgia Railroad Company
$9,500 Second Mortgage Bonds or Pensacola ansT
Georgia Railroad Company, secured by
m >rtjzage on lands.
Conditions caan. f tuth4 mtu2 July 17
JHarl)incri), Castings? (Ctr,
J^BK TING-STHKKT FOL AD KY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY $OTTON Gif,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various aizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COBS
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, 8?GAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of an sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from fl ta
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Rice Milla
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of til descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN" COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, afc, ?fr,
WILLIAM S. HENEBEY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
No. 814 MEETING-STREET,
CHABLBSTOR, ,8. C.
TIHON?? IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.?
CAMBRON ?Sf CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c
Not. i, 0, 8, 10 and 12 PR1TCHARD-STREETS,
(NEAR THE DBT DOOK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOLLEBS-MABINS*
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
LRON FBONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN SON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENOINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, ind st ss low rates as
can be bad tn New York, Bdumors or Philadelphia.
A sh croft's Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PEBFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIR PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FROM 4- TU 330
horse power, Including the
celeorated Corliss Cut-off
Engines, -lide Valve Sta?
tionarv Engines, Portabas
Englues, Ac. Also, Circu?
lar Alulay and Gang Kaw
Milla, Sugar Cane A Us?
thalting Pulley*, 4c. Lath
and Shingle Mills, Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circular
taws. Bellina, ac. Send
for descriptive Circular anal
Price List .
WOOD St MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February 18 6mos Utica, New fork.
gOU?'H CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'? OFFICE, I
CHAS&XSTOK. H. 0., April 9,1849. . f
ON AND AFTER SUI'DAY, APRIL IITB, TBS
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South CaroW a Rail?
road will run aa follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 a. UV
Arrive at AU BU a ta.4.41 P. M.
Counectlng with trains for Montgomery, Memphis.
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Chsrlehton."?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, anc Camden tram
Letve Augusta.9.00 A. MV
Arrive at Charleston.9.19 p. AI.
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. at.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M.
A?U08TA NIGHT EXPRESS
ISTJ5DAY8 ?XC RPI ED.)
Lesve Charleston.7.30 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Ns? h villa
and Hew Orleans, va Grand June tia?.
I eave Augusta.4.10 p. Jr,
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. IL
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.06 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. t?.
Connecting i^undaye excpeedi with Greenville andi
Leave Columbia.6.6 J P. M.
Amve at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
SOMMERVILLE I RAIN.
Leave Charleston.3."?6 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.10 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.1.25 A. M
Camden and < olurabH Pat-sAnser Trains on Mos.
DATs, WBI NESDAYS and ^'ATUBOATS, connects witt?
np and do-vu Day Passengers JI Eingville.
Leave Cum len.6 35 A. at.
Arr. .eat Columbia.lLi<i> A. M.
Leave Columbia.2-2? P.M.
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. af.
Higm>dl H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General superintend eut.