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Thursday..... I 83 | 87
Ml AUCTION SALES THIS DA Y.
, -, KNOX, Diu ? Co, will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
"their store, beef, pork ' Ac
MILE* DBAXE will seU at 10 o'clock, at bia
?st?re, cl jthtutf, mirrors, <fcc.
- WILLIAM MOKAT will sell at 10 o'clock-, at his
atoro; dry goods, notion*, fte.
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atiaoxAb CXBOUXIAB wiH be ready for delivery at
oar coanting-room at nms o'clock thia maim?
ing. Si OR le copies five, cents. Orders for ten
copias and over wUI be filled at tbs rate of two
and a hali cents per copy.
PxasowAL. - General A. C. Carlington passed
through Colombia On Monday afternoon, on
. his way to bis hew booie in Atlanta, Ga.
.THE RIOT,-There waa no examination yes
.-terday of the parties charged with engaging
io the riot of Monday. There will be a hear
in* teHlay. , .
. TKK NEWS IN THE COUNTS r.-Beaders of j
THE NEWS going to the oonntry can receive
i their fav on te paper by mail, daily, at seventy
?five cent*a moD th, by addressing a note, with
I their snbscnptioD, to oar publication office.
. SEA ISLAND Conon.-ODO of the friends cf
TBS NSWS, io Florida, sends ns two bolls of
tea island cotton, oewcrop, grown on bis plan?
tation near Ifioanopy. He represents the crops
in bia neighborhood as in splendid condition,
.arith no signs of caterpillar.
THU RAINS xx TBS COOHTBT.-Aoooonts from
diff?rent sections of the State inchoate that the
much needed rainB with which we btv? been,
bl63sed dming the past few daya, have ex?
tended from the mountains to the seaboard,
and the crops have been mach benefltted.
A WOMAN BITTEN BX A Doo.-A colored wc? 1
man named Charlotte Washington, on Wed?
nesday afternoon last, went on an errand to
the boase of Mr. O'Connor on Church-?treet,
and was severely bitten by a dog on the lot
.ge drove his teeth, through htz hand. The
-woman is ander medical treatment. No seri?
ous consequences are apprehended.
? BOBBEBI. -Nigh t befare las t the till of
f. B. Selamatt, on Cbareb-etraet, waa rob
. a negro. Hr. 8.'a daughter waa behind
the counter, sod had ber attention aroused by
Ubi click of ree look, and on looking np saw
the thief running ?ff. She gave the alarman!
pursuit waa made but the thief escaped. This
is the third time Mr. 8. baa been robbed by
these tin thieves.
OmrroJaHOvsav-It waa reported yesterday
that during the afternoon Collector Clark,
Senator Sawyer end Congressman Bowen held
a oenone at the customhouse for the purpose
of appointing officers to replace the removed
and to be removed friends of Dr. Mackey.
Berner bas it that General J. B. Dermis was
appointed deputy collector; Officer Reed and
L. L Woolf day .inspee ors. -
INA CBITICAL-CONDITION.-At a late hoar
Tuseday evening W. Hi Woodhouse/ a mem?
ber of the Washiugton Cornet Band- of Savan?
nah, who was knocked down aod trampled by
the mob, waa io a critioaLcondition, ?pd giave
doa bte of his recovery were enter tained. His
injuries are internal and much more serious
than waa at fi rat supposed. Hil stomach is
fearfully swollen and iniamed. ,
Horm AB BTV ALS, JOXT K-Charleston Hotel
EL M. Stnaid. lbs. Judd, two Misses Judd,
Beaufort, 8. 0.? Mn. A. J. Wiek? Mts. A. Hun?,
Mn. H. HOOD, Jacksonville, Fla; A. Fladd,
San tee; Wm. Montfort h, W. J. Yerieo, New
Tors; Frank Arnim, Edgefiold; J. O. Gillett,
Paoilion Hotel-J. Toshio, New York; G. W.
D xany . Maco*>; B. Minson, North east ern
BeflMfc H. B. Vandross, Horse Idand; John
E. Beott, Jas. H..rhompsoo, Williamsburg.
4TTVB POLICE.-We mentioned a few
dava ag > th it then was a Btrong pressure be?
log brought to bear upon the Mayor and Chjef j
of Polios to djscharge the conservative while
men in the, ponce force. The matter is still
Oeing pressed. If the chief succumb and dis?
charge these expene ooo d, efficient meo, and
replace them bv ignorant, i no om pent meo, as
it is desired by a few rampant Radicals that
he should, bo might as well disband tho force
at once, -for then.-it wonk! not only pe useless,
bat be a dangerous foe to the peace and good
order of the city.
THE BAINS near Augusta, on Wednesday
eyening, did oonsidetable damage in naaning
away embankmo is, and the evening passenger
train en the Charlotte, Colombia and Aogus'a
Railroad was unable to reach Augusta. The
embankments on the road from Auguste to
Granireville were more or less damaged for the
entire distal ce, ba not aerioaslv. except at a
single point. At the 3 mile post from Ausruete,
about thirty feet of the c??rert washed away,
leaving the cross dee and rai ls partially unsup?
ported, save by the tenacity and strength with
which.-, they were, bound tos ether. Ibo train
returned *o ?rani te ville, 'so that the passen
g#rs cou ld react) Augusta by the night train on
the South Carolina Railroad.
Tn S JCE?RO RIOT OF MONDAY T,A?T.
The Disgraceful Affair at Describedbj
one ar ?be savannah Base Ball Club.
A spirited account in the Savannah Adver
riser of the visit of the Savannah Base Ball
Club to Charleston and their match game with
the Carolinas, cloees with the following de?
scription of the negro not :
THE ATTACK UPON THE BAND,
Which was one of the moat brutal and coward?
ly imaginable, was made as soon as they bad
fairly passed out of tb<- Citadel yard and turn?
ed to To down Meeting-street. The entire
front rank were knocked down by the infu?
riated mob and two of them jumped
upon a id beaten while down. Wholly unarm?
ed and tai?en by surprise, the members de?
fended themselves as best they could-one of
them baring the satisfaction of knocking
down three with his horn ere it became unser?
viceable-until the military came to their res?
cue and escorted them to the hotel, placing
tbe wounded men in an omnibus andmarohtng
with a g lard both in the van and rear. A
rant number of negroes swarmed about the
streets in the neighborhood ot the hotel, yell?
ing and shouting, cursing and using all man?
ner of abusive epithets. Their especial cause
ol enmity against the band seemed to be be?
cause "they were a d-d DemocratiJ crowd,"
and played "Dixie" tor those "d-d rebels m
I SCENES AI THE HOTEL.
While the fighting was progressing near the
Citadel, the Savaunah Club, wbo bad returned
to the hotel, packed tneir baggage a id Bent it
to the steamer, were waiting and wondering
why tbeir friends came not to escort them to
the supper room, c o JD the cry was raised,
..They've attacked our band-let's to the
rescue," and a grand doable-quick was made
fer the scene .of encounter. The band and es?
cort were met on King street, and all returned
to tt e hotel, the negroes following and swarm?
ing on tho sidewalks, yelling, cursing and
using most abusive epithets towards the white
race generally. Frequently a cry to this effect
waa heard, "This is no Savannah." ''The col?
ored boys run this town." Frequently a cobble
steno or a brick would be thrown; one yountr
man was hit in this manner when near the
hotel. The negroes appeared particularly in?
censed against the soldiers, and shouted,
"lake away those bayonets and we'll soon
clean ont the d-d white sons o? b-s."
Arrived' at the hotel, a brief halt was
mada to assemble all the excursion?
ists, when the line of march was con?
tinued to the ball of the Vigilant Fire Com?
pany, where a most bountiful supper was
spread. Tbe guests from Savannah and
Charleston, to the number of ab JU t two hun?
dred, sat down, and an boor was spent most
agreeably. Mr. McCabe, president of the
''Carolinas." welcomed tbe "Savannahs" and
tbeir friends in a moat cordial, kindly and elo?
quent speech, hoping they would forget tbe
unpleasantness of the past hour and enjoy the
delights of the present. President May re?
sponded in a happy little speech, when, with?
out ceremony, the oneet was commenced upon
tue many good things so temptingly displayed.
Qaueral Anderson was loudiy called upon and
responded. Speeches was also made by the
captains of the Nines. The occasion was a
most delightful one, and will long be remem?
bered by all who participated.
THE MASCH TO THE BOAT.
Altogether too soon, as it seemed, tbe admo?
nition came from Captain King th it we must
embark, so the line of march was resumed, the
band with their battered instruments pi Ding
"Dixie," while tbe colored mob yelled "Kally
Bound the Flag, Boys," and with the vilest
sod most insulting cries, endeavored to briDg
OD a conflict. Several times it was necessary
to halt and olear the way with the bayonet-a
thing the mob seemed to entertain a great re?
spect for, dodging sway the moment une waa
punted at them, while those wbo were so
hardy ar to corns np too near and receive a
gentle prick from it danced and bowled m high
keys. On one street a cobble stone was thro wn
at the procession and smashed a gaslight
' over the heads of some of the party,
fortunately doing no other damage. Ab
though there wt rn thirty or forty revolvers in
the party, not a sm tr le shot was ?red by any of
the Savannah excursionists. Smarting as they
all were nuder the sense of the many indigni?
ties and insults heaped upon them, their for?
bearance was certainly commendable, and all
the mure so wheo it is considered that no pro?
vocation bad been given the mob by any ot tbe
party, the first disturbance having been caused
by a quarrel between soldiers and negroes. It
is bard to conceive why the vials of their wrath
should have been particularly poured out upon
the heads of peaceable, quiet and unoffending
visitors, u desa, as their cries would see n to
indicate, they proposed to sba r that " tbe col?
ored boys rna that town,'' and that Savannah
.iana, if they had rights at home, were enti?
tled to no consideration there.
The entire party praised the forethought,
coolness aud judgment of General Anderson, to
wbom tl ey were immediately indebted for Ute
military escort, for upon bis application to the
commandant it was tendered "witb pleasure,
air," after the imbecile Mayor had declared
himself, in broad day, nuable to quell tbe dis?
turbance and protect the guests of bis city.
PHESEHTATION or A SILVER TEA 8EBVIOE.
Last night, at a meeting of the Howard Lodge,
No. 8, L 0.0. F., there was a presentation bj
this Lodge or a silver tea ser vice to that most
worthy gentleman, Brother J. E. Meyers, as a
token of the esteem of the members for bim
and tbeir appreciation for his valuable services
to the Lodge during the sixteen years last
pastas secretary and treasurer.
Brother Benjamin Bice, chairman of the
Committee of Pr?sentation, a tated the object
of the assembhge, and introduced Brother
Thomas Y. Simons, wbo, in a lew appropriate
remarks, preseuted the service to Brother
Brother Meyero, OD receiving it, said:
Most Worthy Fast Grand Master Simons:
.ora-With tho liveliest foe ti ogs ot pride and
E'easnre, and with a sense of tbe deepest
eartfelt gratitude to the bietbren of Howard
Lodge, and especially to tbe committee, Broth?
ers Rico, Grover and Saran, v bo were instru
meotal in getting np this very handsome testi?
monial oftheiz appreciition and approbation of
my bambie services as an officer of this Lodge,
I thank yea tor this testimonial.
Such a distinguished mark of their kindress
is in keeping with their uni omi behavior on
all former occasions. I am now serving my
twenty-seventh efui-annual term as their per?
manent secretary and treasurer. This alone,
without any farther demonstration on tbeir
part, ha? mor? th arr compensated me for my
feeble, though earnest effort in behalf of oar
beloved Order. An 1 now, sir, it only remains
for ate to accept thit? taken, a gift of the mem?
bers of Howard Lod-e, No. 3, to a Brother, in
the spirit that governs our Order-Friendship,
Troth and Love-and to thank them humbly,
thank them from the depths of my heart. Ac?
cept, sir, for yourself, my sincere thanks for
the very kind and distinguished part borne by
you on this night. Agata, sir, I thank yon.
The service, a very handsome ODC, can be
seen at Mr. Carrington's jewelry store on King
OBOANTZATION OF THE SUPERVISORS or THE
HIGH SCHOOL.-It will be remembored that
recently Hons. H. D. Lesesne, Geo. S. Bryan,
Geo. Buist, R. Yea'lon. C. L. Bur ck m ver,
B3V. C. C. Pincknoy, Alderman J. D. Geddings,
i. J. Mackey, C Voigt and J. F. Greene, were
elected Supervisors of the Hieb Scb<v?.
The first meeting of the Board " i held
yesterday afternoon in the Council?, un .?ber,
at which were I resent Messrs. Lesesne, Yea?
don, Pin nmey. Greene, Voigt.
The Board was organised by the election of
Mr. Lesesne as chairman, and Mr. W. B.
Kingmao (principal of the sobool) as secre?
After some discussion upon the subject of
vacation, lt was decided tc givo vacatiou this
year daring Augast. The subject was then
referred to a committee consisting of Judge
Buist and Aldermen Greene and Geddings,
witb power to appoint the time for vacation
The subject of election of teachers and (he
organization of the schcol was also referred
to the same commit'ee.
Tho Board thru adjourneJ.
A HIST FOB DULL IIMES- Take advantase
or the great r?duction iu prices, and prepare
for tho appro t:ii pg business ueas-in by hiv?
ing your Job Printms neatly, expeditiously
aud cheaply done at ?HE NEWJ Job Office, No.
119 East Bay.
Bow ow CALHOUN STKFKT - Night before last
' there WM a small riot on Calhoun, near Wall
street, between aevoral colored men, darug
which bricks aud missiles flew quite lively, lt
appears that a colored man addressed a col
ored woman as Mrs. Elizabeth, when she in?
formed him with an oath that her name was
not Elizabeth. Her friends interfered, and
several negroes joined in. Alderman L. F.
Wall, colored, came up and commanded peace,
but there was no peace, and he ordered a col?
ored policeman to arrest the offenders, which
he failed to do. and was arrested himself, and
yesterday morning was arraigned before the
Cbief of Police to answer the charge of neglect?
ing his duty. In the absence of the Alderman,
the case was con.inued autil to-day.
Daua LABELS.-We desire to call the atten?
tion of druggists in the city and throughout
the State to the peculiar facilities of THE NEWS
Job Office for printing all kinds of drug labels,
prescription blanks, &c, at the shortest no?
tice, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Our stock of cuts, borders and
fancy type is unusually large and choice. Call
and examine specimens of work.
" LOVERS of fine watermelons should taste the
luscious ones for sale at Klein's fruit store,
COOTES SOUP, boiled mutton with caper
sance, fish, s*vl other substantials for lunch,
at Toi ck*., i -ur ? jose, this forenoon.
Silin* and /nrnistjinfl $0005.
THE GREAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, TN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CRAVAT8
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
?c, ?c., ic.
SHIRTS reii'y made and made to order. Direc?
tions lor measurement sent by malL
Gentlemen's Furnishing store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market
July 8 nao 6mos
Ko. ?19 KING-STREET,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIES, SCARFS, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS, COLLAH3, GLOVES
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
FT V E SHIRTS TO ORDEN,
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House, Written directions should in each case be
given as to tba style of coloring piet erred.
?tturi)inrri), (([aslings, C"it.
CEN IX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CAMERON & CO..
Engineers Boilermakers &c"
?Vos. 4, 6, 8.10 ?mi 13 PBJTCHARD-STBEETS,
(NEAB THE DST DOCE,)
Charleston. S. C.
STEAM ENGINE'S AND BOILERS-M AKIN B,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
or as good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can be bad In New fork, Biltimore or Philadelphia.
AslMToft's Low-waler Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WA 1ER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 DAD ?mos
OFFICE No. 157 EAST BAT.
July la Imo
_ _ Jlr? ?O?
No. 228 KIN
EAST SIDE, AND FOU ft DODI
THE PUBSCBIREB, HAVIN'O WITBDBAWN FBO
.RH A KD I" & CAMPSEN, has opened a DR? G(
above well known eland.
The tinders!(rned, having been for many years COD
thoroughly acquainted wits the wanta of thia eorurm
now i ffers to the public, the FRESHEST SIOCE, SDI'
ha? ?ver been offered. He will make bia pri< es ' very
that full share of custom to which he considers hinisel
Pro ?ODDS, Ctr.
^TTtXTI?\ i DRY GOODS BUYERS.
A PINE AND LARGE SIOCK OP
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVT0?3 TO TAKING STOCE,
reduce many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
which Rb o old not be lost sight of by those in need of |
articles in our line.
F URCHGOTT & BRO.,
SOUTHWEST CORNER RINO A CALHOUN ST3.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Trunks,
FOR SALE LOW.
slay 3 3mos
Prags, (Remir?is, (Etc.
I S O fl ? s
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
The following is one of thousands or tea tl monis le
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
RICHMOND. YA., Hovember98.1868.
Thus Fm-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you aocordlnir to the teceipt you have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examined,
ls purely vegetab.e. entirely hat mless, and contains
natbing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale Tor it, and I bel leva that if the
directions are followed, it will dc all yoa'rlaimed for I
it JOHN DOVE, M. D.
49? Price 60 cents per Bot. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49? For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WBOLK8ALE AGENT FOB 80UIH CAROLINA.
r?l HE BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARV BISHOP PILL,
"Ia of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi?
gestion, Dy t pep ria, Headache. Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "Tbe best PILL in the world."
Mcd\ val Journal, September S.
TRY T H E MI
TRY T H E MI
49- All Druggists in CHARLESTON seU (bern.
?Costar's" Bat, Hoaeh, &e.. External's.
"Cottar's" Bed Bog Extermina tore.
"Coatar'a" (only pnrei Insect Powder.
"Only infallible Rewa<lle? known."
'-18 yearn established in New York."
"3000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware! 11 of suuriou? imitation*."
"All Druggists in CB ABLESION sell them."
For $1, %1, ti and $6 HI zen, Address
So. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Raid In CHARLESTON, 8. 0., by
GOOL) lt lt'II, WIN EM AN Si CO.
If arah 33 nae Ivr
Purines the Blood.
Per Sale by JDsraaglsts Ererywbere.
O TJ R E POP!
THE ONLY CERTAIN
! sealed and wvianled to
keep fresh tor ali time
the greatest dis overy
of its kind In tb - age we
live in. No person need
be troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. iPaac-en'B destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its aoTcary. Hundreds of teaamo
nial9 have been receivealrom all parts ot the United
Ihe great advantage this SOBE POP possesses
over al) Mm uar preparations ia the FACT that it is
Certain In its Effects,
and free from tbe unpleasantness of rat? dying in
their holes, as it causes tbem to leave tbe premises
to sack air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Dls?<rrecablo Odor.
Numb?-? ol rete-em-e* eau be made to
Persons in this City,
Who have successfully ujed it
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOU IH CAROLINA,
DOVVIE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WeOLEdALfc. DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Hasei-streets,
April 33 m wi fimo Obsrlos.on, S. C.
?S ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
VT HB Ff SST SO LONG KNOWN AS THAT OF UF
K)DS ESTABLISHMENT on bia own account, at the
nee ted with the Dry Gooda Business in this city, ia
mitt. He has Jua: purchased tn New York, and
TABLE TO TH1? MARKET, and one of the best that
re-sonable, and thereby hopes to retain and receive
ll entitled at tue hands of bis friends and the public,
rm wi mo
JP lt E S ll DRUGS.
G HIM At^LT dit CO.'S PKKPAKATIO.NS t
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OP LIME
All fresh from Pari-, and for sale by
Or. H. BABB,
Msy 8_Ko. 131 MBKTINO-STREET.
A TH TU \V U II 31 S !
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best in I'ae.
They are made of "Santontue," and contain no
Bead what one of the moat distinguished physi?
cians cf Bichmond. Va., ?ays about the Lozenges :
I have long used santonin*, tie ictiTe principle of
I European Woim-fteed, as an effectual r-medy for
I Worms io ohilirea. Mr. Wa uer L. Fleming pre
I pares a Lozenge compoted of it, which is a very
pleasant and palatable f tw in which to administer
I it to children and which may be relied on a? prop
I erly prepared. 0. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAEB, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting-street.
UR THB H Alli.
PH ALON'S CHEMICAL HAIR LNY1G ORATOR
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HA?
CH AL FAN T'S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HALE STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM, kc., ko.
For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
May 8 No. 131 MF.ETING-STBEET.
B A K B H. S
JTJS2 RECEIVED AND FOR 8ALB
WHOLESALE AND REI AIL
OABBONATE Df AMMONIA
CBEAM OF TABTAB
H. BAEB, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OF TH1
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THXT ABE RECOMMENDED BT TBS
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manufartrrred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CEBOST AOT AF0TEZCAB7,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
?J?fEor Salo by Druggists Everywhere.-**
Februaiy 15 mwflyr
gULTil CAHULOA KA1LBOA0.
GENERAL SUPKMNTKNLE'i-'T'P OFFICE, I
CBABLE6TOX. b. 0., April 9, IK69. I
ON AND A FT EU SUI'DAT, APBIL Urn, THE
PAhSLl-lFB TBA I NH of th? souta Oaroln a Ball,
road w'.B run as follows :
Loare Charlton.8.10 A. tl.
Arrive at augusta. 4.1? P. M.
Co 'nectinn with trains for Mont -omnry. M oiopinv
Nashville and ^ew Orleans, via Montgomery un.
Leave Charltxtob.H..U(J A. M
AIT've at Col i; m th.:.6.19 P. Al
' i ounectmg with Wilmington und Manchester Bah
*oad, tur Camden tram
r ?U UUABLKSTON.
Leave AUJTUBUI.'.? ''." A. 3?
Arrive at Charleston.AM I'. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. U
Arrive at Charleston.5 lu P. al
aD?rSTa NItiBT KXPRKS>
Leave Cfcarleiton.7.su p. ?,
Arrive at Augusta.?.lu A. M
Connecting wltb trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and flew Orleans. v:a Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.11'P. \i
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. Vi
COLUMBIA NIGHT KA* PB BBS,
Leave Charleston .tM P. V
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. yt
Connecting i?unaayp exceptedi with Greenville an<
(.eave Columbia.5 5J P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
S' MMKKVII.LK 1 KAIN.
Leave Charleston.:<.'<5 P. M,
\mv? at SntuinervUle. 6.'0^. V.
L*ive ?utcmerville.7. MI ?. Mi
Arrive at Charleston.\23 A. K
Camden and rtlnmbt . Par?eii'!er I rans on MON
OATS, WEI NESOAYS and >ATuni)AW. couneeta wub
upamldo'vu Day PUSH*tiger* 41 hiugviii*.
I. 'ave Camlet. G 35 A. M
Arri-eal Columbia.ll.'? A. M
Leave Columbia.2.* P. M
Arrive nt Cnrrdcu." 01 P. M
Signed H. T. H.AEK,
Apnl 10 General Sui^nu'ende?t,
Pnjo, (Cbcmicau, tit.
F. P A N K N I N ,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IM\P OUTER A KD DEALER IN
I-UTAXED CAREFULLY AT
ALL HOURS OF THE DAT AND NIGHT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon mts branch of the business, the utmost
PERSONAL care and attention U bestowed, and the
PURITY of the
Used in compounding ls GUARANTEED,
FRESH YI CH Y WATER,
Of Direct Importation.
EACH BOTTLE OB PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVEBNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FKK S H FROH THE SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCEBRIDGE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortment ot
COMBS, BRUSHES, &c.
GEO. TIEMANN & CO,
OP NEW YORK,
SURGICA LAND DENTAL
DEFORMITIES, FRAGT DR ES, Ac.
May 19 wfm
Clothing, Minor?, Eat? Ladiet' Eat?, $c.
BY MILES BRAKE.
THIS MORN INa. at 10 o'clock. I wall sell at my
?tore, corner of King and lib?rer street?,
n>? INVOICE O? ?j Oi'BING. just recel vod,
150 Brows Linen and . as< mere SACK COATS
21 Extra Whit* linen Sark Costs
250 p?ir Dues, Linen and Jean Panta
36 White Marseilles and Fan.-j- Teste.
12 dozen MIRROR*, sizes 11x19, 17x10 22x13 and.
30 dozen Felt and Wool Alpine, Palian and Tounar
Ladles' HATS, Trimmed; Bibb:ns, Hooka and Kyee,
Ac._ Joly 30
Sundry Dry Good?, Notions, Watehe? and
WM. McKAY. A net ion per,
Will sell THIS DAT, Friday, at Ko. 186 Meeting
street, at 10 o'clock.
FUR NUTRE, Blanketa, Quilts, Ac, on account ot"
rale on MONDAT, 2d, at Ho 8 Bogard-street, For
oitnre. Wagons, Ac., ot a ramil; leaving the State.
Beef, Pork, Vinegar, Soap?, Tmware.
KNOX DALY & CO.,
Ho. 160 Meeting-street, .
Will sell 1 Hrs DAT. at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Cases Mild Cured Long Clear BACON
Cases Prime Smoked Beef
Barrels and tierces Prime Mess Eeef
Barrels Newark Tide' Vinegar -
Boxes Extra No. 1 Family soap'
Boxes Emery Soap
Lot 1 In ware, Peoops, Measure*. Ac.
Conditions rash. July so
Of Real Estate of Josiah J Brabham, Bank?
rupt, by the Decree of the Court tn Bank?
ruptcy, in th? case of f rederick J. Smith,
Assignee, vs Charles ff Rice, C. C. Ruth
and wife, and George Grime?.
Wm be sold on the first MOND AF in August next,
at the Courthouse, in Barnwell County,
1 he follow in? valuable Rt AL ESTATE.
First. ATBtCT OF LAND in the County of Barn?
well, in the State of south Carolina, situated on the
waters ot the Great ealkehatcbie consisting of 324
acres, more or less; bounded north and east by
lands of W. B. Bice and H B. Bice, west by lands
of J. M. Williams, and south by lands of W. B. Bice.
T<-ms-One-half o. si ; balance on a credit Of
twelve months, secured by bond of the purchaser,
with interest from day of sale aud mortgage of tba
premises. Purobasera to pay for papers and stamps.
F BEDE RICK J. 8MITH,
Assign?e of J. J. Brabham,.
Nones is hereby given, under the order of Cgflrf.
made in tbe above stated case, to all persona hold?
ing hens upon the above desorihsd Rcs. 2-tata fir
prove the same before J. 0, CARPENTER, Esq,
Begiatrar in Bankruptcy, in Charterten, on or before
the first day of August next or be debarred mm all
participation in the distribution of tbe net proceeds
of the sale thereof. FREDERICK J. 8 MI TH,
Assignee J. 3. Brabham.
*S" Barnwell Sentinel will please copy.
July 16 ?
Paints, tfils, (ftc.
Q AME RON, BAHKLEY ?fe CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. 4c., Ac.
BAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERO?, BARKLEY ?ft CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cnn?harland streets.
ILS! OILS! OIL8I
1000 GALLONS PU BE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LUBRICATING
800 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CA MK HON, BARKLEY ?fe CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLE ABLE CAST EBON
FITTINGS, tor steam sud water.
CAMBRON. BARKLEY ?fe CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and cumberland streets.
OKI N G TIM
500 BOXES IC 14x20 HOOFING T(N
300 BOXES TX 11x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 98x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 HOOFING TIN
23 BOXES TX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IX XXX 14X20
BLOCK TIN, Ti NS ll A VS SOLDER, SPEL?
TER. Ac, Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ?fe CO.,
Nortbeasl corner Meeting and Cumberland street?.
STEAM GAUGES, GONGS, GAUGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAK
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GAUGES. GLASS GAUGE TUBES
MERCURY GAUGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BBASS WIRE.
CAMERON, B A lt KUM Y di CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland street?.
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET -GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and &
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACK
LEA 1 HER
300 DOZ SN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'8 BELT H0OE9
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, l-l? INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO LJ INCH DI
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH IO 1|
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AJND LEATHER BOSE
MANHOLE AND BANDHOLE GA8KEISOF
C&MKKUM, BAKKLKY cb TD.
Northc-et Corner aleetion and flumberlaiid .traets.
January 1 _
K\MFOOISG k\0 H*IH~COTTU?aj
LADIES AND :HII.DK5N
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send orders to w. E Mans lALL, Barber,
April lt No, ll Broau-streei ?ap stairs.)