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?nd warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
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News office bv 9 P. M.
Haag? of Thermometer at the Rews
18 A. td. i 12 at
3 P. M
6 P. M.
Meetings Thli Day.
Solomon's Lo?ge, at 8 P. 51.
Med ?cal Society, at 8 P. H.
Charleston Mechanic Society, at 8 P. If.
Mechanic*' Union, No. 1, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at 8 P. M. '
Young Men's Charitable Association, at 8
a?. M. .
Auction ?auea i bia Day.
C. W. STETTENS will sell at ll o 'clock, at the
southwest corner of State and Harket streets,
> c JD. tents'ot a grocery atore.
.WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at ball-past 10
o'clock, atNo. 8 Boga^d street, furniture of?
fcjaily; also, at No. 10 Bogard-s tree t, coo teats
of a grocery atora.
Sherri! MAOXE? will sell at ll o'clock, at the
northes st corner of Conrth on so, real estate.
THE NEWS nt THC COONXBI.-Beaders of
THE Nrws going to the country can- receive
their favorite paper by mail, daily, at seventy
five cents a month, by addressing: a note, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
THE LATZ RIOT.-Testimony is still being
taken before Magistrate DeLtrge, colored, in
regard to the late not. Several warrants have
been issued for the arrest of parties who np to
Saturday were not at all known In the affair.
' CUSTOMHOUSE. - We learn that Collector
Clark, 8eo at or Sawyer and Congressman
Bowen have decided upon the men whom they
prefer to be in the Customhouse, and have
?ont the names on to Washington for approval,
confirmation, ox something of tho kind.
?CTOINTMKHT or DETECTIVES.-OD Saturday
the Mayor appointed the following detectives
nader the recently ad jp ted ordinance: 8. J.
Coatee, W. T. Lovett, Jose pb Truali, O. Levy,
If. A. Quinn and Benjamin Hpflowej, colored,
son of Alderman Holloway, colored. Messrs.
Coates, Lovett and Quinn have been connect?
ed with the force for some time.
THC ECLIPSE OT THE SUN, which the astrono
m ere prediot for Saturday, next, will be visible
In Charleston as a partial but nearly total
elipse, and will begin at fifty-nine minutes
past four o'clock and-end at fifty-'wo minutes J
past six o'clock, P. M. In portions of the
counties of Mari m. Marlboro' and Chesterfield,
near North Carolina, it will be total for a few
IMPBOYED MEAT BAW.-Mr. E. W. Livingston,
a printer of New York, has introduced into the
Charleston market ? new and unique style of
meat saw, ready set for nae, which for simplici?
ty, polish and cheapness, excels any article ot
the kind we have seen. These saws are on
sale at the store of Messrs. Lauroy & Alexan- j
der, East Bay, and are well worthy the atten-1
tion of hardware dealers and the public.
A CHILD FALLS Orr or A PIAZZA ABD IS
KILLED.-Ca Saturday afternoon last, a little
child of Mr. Kennedy, residing on Spriug
atreat, about eight years of age, fell from the
piazza of the second story to the ground,
receiving injuries which occasioned death a
short time af.er. It appears that the child
was playing on the plasia, and in looking over
to see who had rung the bell, lost its balance
and fell, falling on its bead and crushing in its
ABM nie TU POLICE.-We hear that tbs re is
considerable discussion relative to arming the
po'ice. We sincerely hepa that th.s will be
done; then the police force will be able to pre?
vent a riot. The negroes do not fear the elabe
of the policemen, as their beads are formed by
nattn*e to resist the influence of snob weapons,
and', besides, the sticks they carry or arm
themselves with are equally as effective as the
polioamin'a club. 1 Let the police be armed by |
BUILDING UP THI bu ONT DISTRICT.-We are
pleased to learn that D . B. A. Rodrigues is
about to commence the construction of a hand?
some building on bis lot In Meeting-street, op?
posite the Circular Chu ich. We have not yet
seen the plans, and cannot, therefore, say
whether it will equal the fine res deuce that
graced that site, u-atil laid ia ashes by the
fire of 1861. Mc. T. J. Knanff, we believe, has
the oontrvu. Dr. B. ia knawa to be a man of
taste, and we may confidently, therefore, ex?
pect the new structure to be an ornament to
our principal thoroughfare.
EXAMINATION or THE EDI a TO RIOTERS.-THE
2?IWBbas already pnblishel a full account of
the recent riot oo Edisto Island, during which
the negroes desired to swine a magistrate
?Tom a beam. It will be renumbered tbat
Sheriff E. W. M. Maskey and tw > deputies.
Mushington and R -ed, arrested P. P. Sed es,
A?fred Smith, Moses Brown, Boston Jenkins,
and Moses Gadad. n, negroes, chareim; them
with being the ringleaders of the not. On
Saturday m ruing they were arraigned befreo
Magistrate DeLarge, (colored.) and sn exa n:
LVtion comiuei ced. It will be resumed to?
day, and to-morrow will be published the
points of the testimony elicited.
HoTXti ARRIVA LS, ABOU3T 1 KS., i -Cht
(on BoUL-V. L. Heury, Wilmington. M. C.
A. Boynton, Ct ?? Boyntop, Atiautu; i
Bason, J. C. Galtet, August ; C. Kel
Brooklyn N. T ; J. D. Stafford. On th? W
T. A. C. Cochrane, Buffalo, New York.
Pav?ion Sol?_E P. Lacas. Darling
Jomea 0. Meredith, Greenville and Colan
Railroad; H. H. Geiger Lexington; George
Waterman, city; P. Ford, Savannah; Ante
Anat. wife, three children and three serva
Coba; N. G. Thouron. steamer Dictator.
A GBA.ND EXODUS of Federal, State and C
officers Northward has taken place within
last fortnight. Acting Lioatenant-Gover
Corbin, Treasurer Parker, Com pt roller-Go
ral Neagie, Adjutant-General Moses, Attorn
General Chamberlain, the ?Speaker oft lie Ho
of Representatives (Moses.) the President
the SeBate (Corbm.) the Umtocl Ststca I
tnot Attorney (Corbin ) tb? Assistant Atl
ney-Generai of tbeState (Corbin,) thc Charl
ton County Solicitor (Cnambcriain,) the C
Attorney (Corbin,) the Codifier ot the Lu
(Corbin,) and D. T. Corbin. Siate Senat
have all 'eft tor the North to reenperato tb
health and repair and enlarge carpet bags.
THE RAIN-A CDJTERN BBEAES AND A E
CHEN FALLS-The fears of some of the gc
oitizeua of the City by the Sui, that if tbo c
weather continued there would not bf f?nou
water to mix their whiskey with wem dsaii
ted early Fri'liy morning, bj' the heavy ri
which then fell, aad ..nich Las been kept
by fitful xhowers ever since. Thero is pier
of water and with it cool weather, both
which are quite refreshing, tho first named
taken in doora, under an umbrella, or interu
ly, if ID ixe 1.
During the heavy rain early Fridiy moron
a cistern at the Charleston Hotel stable <
abort distance from the hotel, was filled a
the escape way being fastened np, it bnrst op
and occasioned the fallins down ot a kitch
adjacent. The loss is estimued at about $21
A NIMBO RCS OVEB AND KILLED BY A RAJ
ROAD TRAIN.-OD Saturday, as tbe down ?
oomsBodstion train on the Northeastern Ra
road was passing Kingstree, about s-ixty-fo
miles from the city, a negro was observ
lying on (be track. The engineer wbiati
down with the brakes, shut off steam, and d
everything in his power to stop the train, ai
also to arouse the negro, but all in vain. Tl
train passed over the negro, crushing in tl
skull and tearing off a leg, instantly killi:
bim. It is supposed that he fell asleep wbi
lounging on the track.
. *" Every day or two we hear of people b?ii
: mo over while asleep on the track. It won
\ be well tsjajjfcspf ully examine tbe bodies of the
! railroad viotima. as it is a very easy matter I
j place the body of a man foully dealt with upi
the trank to be run over, the perpetrate
knowing full well that after a body is mangi?
' by a train tho investigation by a coronet
? Jory, if any be made at all, is very slight; eve:
: member thereof being fully convinced, wi tho
say such laborious procedure, that it was on
a "railroad eccident."
CRUMBS.-Tbe Crescent Base Ball Club, (oe
\ ored) of this city, disclaim any connection wit
; the late not.
? Tbe Wando Manufacturing Company hav
' declared a dividend of ten do liars per share.
The two policemen who indulged in a fig!
Friday afternoon, were before the Mayor Ba
unlay. Tne Republican who is a roUBdsmai
and also got the worst of tbe fight, was r<
doced to the ranks. The Democrat was fine
Hew y Draine was fined dre dollars by th
Mayor, Saturday, for creating a disturbance ii
A call appears elsewhere in to-day's pape
f.ra meeting at Military Hall to-morrow even
lng, to repudiate tbe riotous doings of Monda;
last. The call, we understand? comes fi om th
respectable class of colored people.
The Mayor, in dispensing with Officers Nip
son and Freeman, (the latter colored,) of tb
detective force, has deprived the city of tb*
services of two thoroughly competent men.
Four hoon ware taken up Saturday by i
magistrate in a trial involving the owoershi]
of ? bat worth about six and-a- quarter cents.
A negro named Mingo Rowen was sentence!
to thirty days' imprisonment by the Mayo:
Saturday, for being engaged in the row nea
the corner of Wall and Calhoun streets, al
ready having been mentioned by THE NBWS ai
being occasioned by a colored man addressing
a colored woman as "Mrs. Elizabeth," whicl
was not her name.
A prevalent rumor is that tbe police are ti
be armed with the Winchester (sixteen shooter
The Nineteenth Century for August is brim
fa ll of tho most enterfaining material from th;
ablest pens. Read it.
SHOOTING AJFAIB AT CASTLE PINOKNEY-THI
ORDNANCE SERGEANT CoaOLANDINa BADLY SHO:
BY A PRIVATE SOLDIER.-About five o'clock las
Saturday afternoon, Ordnance Sergeant Jamei
Killen, commanding the small squad of solchen
at Castle Pinokney, was severely shot by a pri
vate soldier named Johnson.
As THU NEWS learns, Jobneon received per
mission to come to the oity Saturday morning,
and at noon returned to the fort, considerably
under the influence of liquor. After remaining
a short while he requested permission to gc
to the city again, whiob was refused by Ser
g?ant Killen. Shortly after this Sergeant Kil?
len ordered Johnson to do some work around
the fort, which he not only refused to do. bul
became very disorderly and threatened the life
of the sergeant. At first the sergeant did nol
take any notice of these threats, but whee
Johnson threatened to go up stairs and get hil
musket to put bis threat into execution, and
started for the room, the serge int fol
lowed, hoping to arrest him bsfore he
could secure the weapon. Johnson was too
rapid, however, and got bis musket and was
at tbs foot of the steps leading to bis room as
the sergeant came up to them. Without any
parley, Johnson aimed bis musket and fired,
the munie being only about three feet from
his vict.i ra. The sergeant endeavored to seize
the musket, but was too late; the bullet cut oil
a finger of the lett band which he had thrown
np, and entered the left breast just above the
heart, passing out behind at the shoulder
The wounded man was immediately borne
into his quarters and a physician sent for,
there being none at the Castle. The soldiers
then looked for Johnson to arrest him, but
were unable to find bim, and they j included
he had fled to the city. They were correct so
far as his fleeing to the city was concerned, but
if he at first intended to make his escape, he
thought better of it, as an hour after the un?
fortunate occurrence he returned to the fort
bringing a physician with Dim.
The wounds of the t-ergeant were found to
be of a most severe character. The shoulder
blade was crushed and particles of the bone
driven into the flesh in all directions. The
finger had to be amputated close to the band.
At eight o'clock a guard was sent from the
Citadel to arrest JohnBoa, which they did with?
out any resistance on bis part. He is now con?
fined at the Citadel.
Yesterday morning there wen several sur?
geons with tho wounded mau, doing all that
science and experience suggested to make the
rufferer comfortable, ind to preserve bis life;
but they entertained but alight hopes of his
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Tra Kow DI TH H RADICAL CAMP.-The
Orangebarg News, a lively Radical paper, sides
with toe Maekeyites against Sawyer and Bow?
en. ?.fe says:
We have read with care Dr. Mackey'a speech
at this meetin?. and wo heartily subscribe to
every word of it. We have no confidence in
tbiB Sawyer movement, for a man who pledges
himself to support a party, and BO soon as tlist
party places him iulo position, to snow such
an utter disregard for it as to lend his aid and
influence to the promotion of the interests of
?he weak-kueed ou'Hiders, and tkaitothe injury
of those toko hace befriended him looks mighty
like a bit ot Democratic inconsistency. Dr.
Mackey <s a sound Repubhcao. He has been
as firm w ndtfnsnr when other? wst? dispos?
ed to lag behind. Shame upon those who aro,
doubtless, gutting both sides of their uread
batterer' by tho Republican partv. to turn like
a lion upon one of its faithfuls. Be firm, Doc?
tor, tho cloven foot will show itself before long.
A BOLD ROBBERT -COOLNESS OP THE BUB
OTABS. -On Pridftv night, the bouse of Mr. A.
C. Kaufman -No. 51 Tra'Id-street, was entered
by burglars and robbed of jewelry aud valu?
ables About iia.f-past 12 o'clock one of tho
Kulie.i ot tho houso was awakened by a slight
none, Mid eirnck n light.but obsorved nothing
unusual. In Hie morning the servante ob?
served the doors open and papers scattered
about thc boas?. Mr. Kaufman was notified,
but was aroused with difficulty and is under
tho impression 'hat lio hau been drugged with
chloroform. On examining the premises it
was fouud that a .runk bad been removed from
Mr. Km man's room and thoroughly ransack?
ed, the thieves, however, contenting them?
selves with a box of jewelry and a pistol. His
clothes wero also searched and a valuable knife
taken. Mr. Faber's room adjoining was
visited, and a pistol and watch taken.
After the robbers hid secured their booty th y
examined the private papers ia the trank and
Bcitterod them about the house. Having dis?
covered some cold chicken and ham m the
timing room, they deliberately made a meal,
throwing the booe3 on the floor. The method
and coolness exhibited by the robbers marks
them as adepts in burglary, and their success
will embolden them to future efforts, while the
city authorities are confessedly unable and in?
competent to guarantee security aud protec?
tion to the citizens. Our city has -never Buf?
fered to such au extent from i ob beries, and it
is folly time thal their depredations should
Tlae Riot and tue Planters.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
The recent riot in Charleston is a home
thrust to ev?ry cotton planter in the State.
The Mayor of Charleston is ''powerless" to
quell a mob who insult and assail au unarmed
party of invited guests from u neighboring
city. Will he not be powerless also to protect
the cottcn of the planter on its way from tbe
cars to the wharves, from "pickago and steal
age," to a most extraordinary degree ?
This view of the riot is respectfully com?
mended to the Board of Trade. Verbum sap,
Midway, Joly 29.
Taxe Security Life Insurance and Annu?
CAMDEN, S. C., July 26.
TO TEB EDITOR UF THE NEWS.
In your iesue of to-day you publish the fact
that Mr. Frank W. Ballard, the secretary of
?be Security insurance Company of New York,
had made away with some $63,000 of the funds
of the company. The informed recognize im?
mediately that Mr. Ballard is the Secretary of
the Security Fire and Inland Insurance Com?
pany. Those less posted, however, fall into
the very natural mistake that it I* the Security
Life Insurance and Annuity Company of the
same place, an organization well and generally
known through the State, that ia referred to.
AB this leads to mistake and consequent in?
justice, which 1 am sure you did not intend,
to the company of which I have the honor to
be an agent, wi<l you specify, and oblige,
Yours, very truly,
CH. A. DESAUSSCBE.
Tlae Teachers tnt Oar Publie Schools-A
Sad State of Thingi
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
As yon are always ready ard willing to give
a tarn in the proper direction to any loose
8orew you may find, either in the oivil or po?
litical machinery now m operation in our city
and State, I beg to bring to notice one which,
though apparent to many, may have escaped
the notice of others not so immediately inter?
ested. I send thia communication in behalf of
a large class of our mach esteemed ladies.
I refer to the female teachers in oar public
sohools of this city. It is generally koowa, sir,
that these ladies have been elected to the re?
sponsible positions they fill, from among hun?
dreds of applicants, by. a Board of Com?
missioners, after a strict and rigid examina?
tion. Some are members of our beat educated
and influential families, noarly all reduced in
their eire ama tances by tbe war, and now
obliged to support themselves and families by
their personal effort and labor.
The Board of Commissioners elected these
teachers for their important work at a salary
of twenty-five dollars per month. The sal ines
were regularly paid np to April 1st. The teach
sra had made their arrangements for the year
predi.ated on their promised salary, some pay?
ing their board, others assisting their parents
in paying rent, sei van t's hire, and other house?
hold expenses. They have labored faithfully
in all weathers; have taxed to their utmost
their bodily and mental energies, and now
they are depressed in spirits at the failure of
the board to pay their salaries. They have
received not a cent for four months, and feel
that they are working for nothing and finding
I have been moved, sir, to write this com?
munication by a remark I overheard from a
lady-whom I greatly esteem for her piety and
intelligence. "I do wish," she said, "that
somebody would communicate the facia to the
editor of THC NEWS; ho might remind some in
authority of their duty, and perhaps he could
suggest a remedy." Another said, (for ladies
will talk.) "Yes, our (lovernor borrowed thou?
sands of dollars, pledging the bonda of tho
State to pay off the members of the Legislature
their per diem, and borrowed money, too, to
pay the salaries of office-holders, and to pay
the interest on bonds of the State held by par?
ties who had a surplus of money to invest.
Now, I am informed that the sum of $80,000
wai appropriated for educational purposes.
Caa the State authorities not borrow.$10 000 to
pay the teachers, even if they have no money
I mako no comment on these remarks. I
am not disposed to censare men in authority,
lest I might ren .'Ct on men wit o are trying to
discbarge their duty. One or more ecrews
mav bo loose, but I ciunot search for them. I
state tacts. I regret that our worthy Board of
Commissioners are silent and appear to bo
powerless, fue eciools have just clojed their
halt year session. 1 um informed uouo ot thu
commissioners wore present, and they have
failed to meet or visit their schools for some
two or three months past. Oue of the teachers
exprcsaod tbe foar thai their comm ssioners
were too much mortified at their inability to
help them. Thia may be so. I am told that
the honorable senator or South Carolina, who
hag the credit of organizing one of our largest
schools, was in (be oS&oo oi mis school, bat did
not Tisit thc teachers as was his custom. Wa*
he too mortified? A teacher said she designed
to ?bow him her broken shoes. Another in?
tended to point to ber torn and faded dress;
bat one with the hope of reconciling her frisad
to the sell-denial she was called to practice,
said, "I hare not money enough to bay a car
ticket." A fourth said, she would bare to bor?
row ten cents to purchase a paper of needles,
and the last said seriously, " I would borrow
ten dollars, if I knew where to do so, and when
1 would be able to return it."
These things ought not to be. To the teach?
ers thus tried South Carolina owes one hundred
dollars to each for four month j' service. I fear
we will soon lose some of our best teachers.
Two or three of those now in our schools are
already invited to other, institutions for higher
salaries. I know that institutions in tba West
are offering inducements to both male and fe?
male teachers, natives of Charleston. But
they would prefer to remain in Charleston,
humbled and degraded as she is. Most they
be forced to go because our State cannot pay
them their pitiful salaries ? Let the people of
South Carolina and ber authorities say. No.
AM OLD CHARL ESTONIAN.
Ii US IN ES S NOTICES.
SEE notice, in another column, of music, ice
cream. Ac, at the Upper Wards Ice Cream
Garden, this evening.
EDUCATIONAL.-By reference to an adver?
tisement in another column, it will be seen
that M.-dam A. Girard and Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Alexander propose devoting the months of |
August and September to private instruction.
For farther particulars read the advertisement.
VALUABLK SECURITIES.-We call the atten?
tion of persons deainng to invest to the val?
uable securities offered for sale in another
oolnmn by Mr. A. C. Kaufman, Broker, No. 25
GROCERIES AT AUCTION.-Attention is direct?
ed to the advertisement of a stock of groceries,
teas, liquors, Ac, to be sold at auction this
morning, by G. W. Steffens, at the southwest
corner of State and Market streets.
WK WOULD call the attention of all who are ia
want of travelling or plain trunks, to call at
John Commins', No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly
opposite Market. His prices will be found to be
quite low. 1 m tb 4 July 23
Jj! O H SALK
?10,000 CHARLESTON AND 6AVANNAH RAIL?
ROAD BONDS (State fruir?n tee.)
?50O0 Bani State Bills (new Issue.)
300 Shares People's Bank Stock.
- Shana South Carolina Railroad and Bank
Stock. By A. C. KAUFMAN.
Broker and Commission Agent,
August 2_21_Ne. 28 Broad-?treei
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j T. UUIlPhKEVs,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS
? SION MEECHA M.
-ALI) 3 OF REAL SKI Al ll MTOCES. BOWJ>S, 81
OUKUIKS A NI i PERSONAL PBOPtKTY
AIT EN I'Kl1 tO.
No. Il 7 BRU? U-STR KK I
CHARIL ION. a. C.
Hen HFN'i BDI-l, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.
Nfoeral JAMI'S CONNER, T.Jl, WARING. Esq.
[fl ?00*5, (Pr.
VIP JED TIN-WARE,
LE DEALER IN
FURNISHING GOODS, &c,
:IVG-STRK?T, CHARLESTON, S. C.
mw2 Anglist 2
RS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
?Sf THE FIRM SO LONG KNOWN ASTHAT OF TJF
SODS EVTA b LL- n M t N T on bis own account, at tbs
nected with the Drv Goods Business In this city, ls
ml tv. He bas Jost purchased tn New York, and
TABLE TO I HI- MARKET, and one of the bast that
? re .sonable, and thereby hopea to retain and leceive
ll entitled at the ha ods of his tri en du and the public.
tm wi mo
?ii a ct) tn tri), Castings, (Pr.
^J-KKTIXy-Sl'IlEfcT FOUND It Y.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of aD sizes
HOB8E POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from ? tc
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand.
power, Saw and Bice Milli
MAOHINEBT AND CASTINGS Of all deacrlpttoni
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD.
CISTERN COVERS, SASS WEIGHTS, rfc, ?fr,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACniNI&l AND FOUNDED.
No. 814 MKF.TINO-STREKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1) ll CE NIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CAMERON it CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c.,
NOB. ?, 6, 8, 10 and 12 PRITCHA RD-ST REE TS,
^ (NEAR THE DRY DOCS,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IBON OB
% We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of at good quality and power, and at os low rates aa
can be had in New York, Biltlmore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'* Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WA 1ER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 DAG 3m os
gOUTH CAROLINA RAI LRU AO.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, H. Or, April 9, IHK. \
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, APRIL 11 IB, TH?
PASRtTGEB TRAINS of the South Carola a Ral),
road will run os foUowa :
Leave Charleston.8.31 a. M.
Arri TS ai Atura*ta.4.4S P. M.
Co ?nee UHR with trains for Montgomery. Memphis
nashville and New Orleans, ria Montgomery eur
Leave OharteKtea.9-.*0 &. Si
Arrive at Columbia.8-10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail
road, ano Camden train
Lewe Augusta.D ''?> A. M
Arrive at Charleston.MO p. ai
Leave Columbia.^ 45 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.5 1) P. M
ACUTSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
i SUNDAYS EXCKPIED.'
Leave Cbarlenou.7.SU P. M,
Arrive at Autrasta.4.10 A. AI
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, .Na?hril)<
ind tiew Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10 P. v
Arrive at Charleston..*..LOO A. V
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
I SU NI) A YH KXCEFTr.lV
Leave Charleston .5.0S P. M
Arri vi? at Columoia.*-*5 A. v.
Conncrtlugi-uniavH excepted I with Greenville an
Leave (Columbia.p? M
Arrive at Charle-ton.5.30 A. M
Leave Charleston.Mi p- *
Arrive at Summervale. 5*1 ?,
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.*-25 ?. v
Camden and < olumbti Paesonaer TraiT on Mo?.
Divs, WEINESDAYS and SATURDAYS, connects wnb
up an.l do-vn Day Passagers .u bingville.
Leave Camdon.;V ? ?
Arrheat Columbia.*. JJ
Leave Columbia.V ?- o'?J
Arrive ut camden.i.0.?P. M
Sisned H. T. PEAK).,
ApPl in General ???u-^noi-'xlMii
p ll A ?. Il I CK K Y,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANCFAC
No. 3*3 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LOOKING-GLASSES of aM ?izos fitted to Frames.
July 16 nae fm?3oio
SJ .- -
Furniture, Borte, Wagon, Harnett, ??e.
WM McK * Y. Auctioneer,
Will ?ell at tbe residence Mo. 8 rwml-?trc?f,
'1 HT> DAY. M ID ft., at hair-past 10 o'cJook,
BEI BOOM FURN!1 CHE, IM fl LO ti IT/BNT
T?RE, Kitchen Dtenaila. 'rockery, 4c
OS* HORSE, one Wagoo, one Cart, F*irb??l'?
?eales (3600 pounds), o >e ?m?]| Scale (600 ooo). 1.
Wagon and Cart. Harneas, k: Purvhaeers ./fa
please come prepared to par immediately after th?
Contend cf Grocery Slnre and Leatt.
WM. McKAY. Auotioueer,
Will sell THIS DAY, Monday, at So. 1? Bogar*
stree . Immediately after the sale ot Furn!rare
Ac . at No 8,
COUNTER*. Phow Cases, .*cale?. Measures, Gro
cerios ard Twelve Month*' L?a8c of the Store,
Contenu of Grocery Store.
G KO. W. VII FFKNS
Will sell at auction iHis D \Y, August f, at ll
o'clock, ai eouthwest corner ot Market as* Etat?>
THE CON I PNTS OF * TD MORE,
A LARGE AND WLLL SE L tcI ED STOCK OF*
GBOCHBIK9, Fine *reus and Cboloe Liquor?, Ac.
To be sold on account of present proprietor changing
lenna cash._ _August 2
SH K< - IK K'S MLE. ~
By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facia - o mo di - ec ted and
delivered, will he sol1 THi-> D.Iui TO-MOB
ROt**. the 2d ?ud :M day? ol August, at northeast
corner bf the Couttuouse. .etween the boars of
ll A. M., ?na 3 oVi ??t P. M.
All tho right, t'.tle and 'mercer of th? dMeadant In"
a LO i OF LAND with a wo d, n Owe-llug and other
improvements thereon, sltui.e oa thu couth side of
Ann street between Me?tlns and Ritz tbe ih-atreeta,
and known as No. ia, measuring 13 f3ot front by 200
feet is depth.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Ja ^BB
Corcoran, at the several suits of F. D. O. Kracke and
At the same time and place.
All the right, title and inierest ot defendant Ia m
LOT OF L \Nb with toe wo den Dwelliag and ura
prrvements thereon, si uate on the south aide of
Cathou u-treet, and known as No. 103.
Le ved ou and to be sold as th? proper ty of J. F.
Church, under an execution in the case at J. and F.
Dawson vs Francis Dawson, administrator of J. F.
At the ?ame time and place,
AU the right, ti le and intered of tbe defendant
in all that PIECE OB LOT OF LAND, situate at
the southwest corner of Market and Bast Bay
Levied on and to be sold aa the property of i horns*
N. Gadsden, at the suit of John Horlbeck, et al.
Executors of J. O. Blum.
At tbe same time and plaoe,
AU the right title and interest of the defendant bx
a LOT OF LAND, with a two story Brick Boase anS
other Buildings thereon, situate on the south aldo
of Market-street, and known a? Na TL
Levied on and to be sold as the property of X.
Knlckmeyer at the ault or Tycho Beenatjerna.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
City Stock at Auction.
BY I. S. E. BENNETT.
TO MORROW, the 3i Instant, I win sell, at ll
o'clock, at the <>M Poatofflce, corner of East Bay
and Broad street*.
931)0 CITY MIX PER CENT. STOCK.
Conditions cash. August fi *
J)ain?3, ?ila, Ctr.
QAM EBON, BARKLEY dc CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets?
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
-yy HITK L K A JJ,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. Ac, 4c
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAM KRON, BAltKLKY ?& CO.,
Northeast corser Meeting and Cumberland s tree te.
UBI OIL. Sf OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINIER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAE LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAJI KHON , BARKLEY ?Si CO.,
Northeast corner Me? Ung and Cumberland s ir cot?.
AR I ll o JV
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLE ABLE CAST EBON
FiTTLNf IS, tor steam and water.
CA M Ell OM. BARKLEY ?Si CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and cumberland streets.
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES LX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
" 50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN .
25 BOXES LX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES TX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES EX XXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN-S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ac, &C.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERO*. BARKLEY dt CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland ?tr?ete?
January ] ?
R A S S WORK
STEAM GAUGES, GONGS, GAUGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GAUGES GLASS GAUGE TUBES
MERCURY GAUGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BAltKLKY & CO.,
Nortbeas' Corner Meeting ?nd Cumberland streets.
JsQUury 1 _
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 8
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACK
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED B E LT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'8 BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
* INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO H LNCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO li
INCH DIA ME 1ER
WUIIE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAN? KON. BAltKLKY di CO.,
Nortbe isl Corner Meeting and cumberland streets.