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LTHE DAILY NEWS.
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KACB WEEK. ACCORDING TO TBE PROYIS
JONS OF TEE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
Tn CHASXTSTON NEWS, the circulation of
-which is ?boat twice as large as that ot any
other paper published io South Carolina, is the
Mst advertising medium for all business men.
Tor persons who ?vant situ.tiona or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of vaina,
THE NEWS han no equal; and in order that all
classes maj have their wants s applied, we have
adopted the following seale of CHEAP AD VES?
T?S ntx> TS, pcymtmt tor which must invariably
be made when th* order is oreen.*
Advertisements of situations wanted by or
offered to der':- Tovemeases, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, bous^eervants, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
let; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
iwd warehouse!! wanted or o let, and miscella?
neous wan. h of all ninds.
For each insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
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NEWS effie* bv 9 P. IL
?a-age ?rf i hermom-ter sst the News
8 A. H.
3 P. AI
6 P. M.
Alec Unga Tbls Dm y.
. Hibernian Society, nt 8 P. M.
Froundschaf.bband, at 8 P. M.
8. F. Club at 8 P.M.
Vigilant Fire Engine Company, at 8 P. IL
Book and Ladder, No. 1, at half-past 7
United Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Mass Meering, at 8 P. M.
A ac Hon S ales Thia U ay.
A. 0. MoG ELLivRAT will ?ell at ll o'clock, at
the old Pos tofficc a plantation in at. S.ephen's
L 8. K. BxvsxiT will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoffice., city stock.
*5. MCBEIDE SMTTH wiu sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoffice, valuable real estate.
Sbenff MAOXJJY will sell at ll o'clock, at the
no.-theast corner of the Courthouse, real es?
BESET Ooxu ft Co. will sell at quarter-past
9 o'clock, at their atore, sugar-cured ham?.
REICH ft SCHACHTE will sell at a quarter to
lOVclock, at their atores, hams, butler, ftc
B. ft A. P. CALDWELL will sell st half-past 9
.OVock, st tho'ii store, hame, flour, Ac.
LA?BJKT ft AXEXABDEH will sell at 10 o'clock,
st their store, bacon strips, hams, ftc.
THE YACHT FUAXOB will be sold in front of
the old Customhouse at ll o'clock on Th ora?
da j next._
Cousent.-We understand that there will be
s meeting Of Council to-night, when etty scav?
engers will be elected and other business
transacted. Cant the members of Council let
.. S week pass without holding ? meeting ?
THE NEWS UT THE CouwTHr.-Beaders of
Tn NEWS going to the country can receive
their favorite paper by msil, daily, St seventy
v five cents a month, by addressing s note, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
A PLXASTSO t OBEEonoH-The little child
of Mr. Kennedjr, whose fall and presumed
death *ae chronicled in .ionJay's issue, is, we
learn, in s fa;r way to recovery. His arm was
fractured, and he received soma severe injuries
about the h ad, bot he is not considered to
oe mortally hurt. .
IXrHOTHMEHT?.-Mr. C. F. Levy- bas jost
?omploted a two-story brick borne on the east
sida of Friend, near Broad-street.
Dr. Wragg has commenced a house at the
foot of Broad-street, which will be of brick and
three stories high. Mr. Kenney is superin?
tending the budding of it.
Diso ED EELY Won as.-Yesterday Elisabeth
D?nanos and Emma Nc nols, white, were ar?
raigned before the Mayor upon the charge of
being drunk and orea ting a riot in Kirkland's
. lane. They were each sentenced to twenty
days' imprisonment. Th?s? women were in?
mates ot the house in Kirkland's lane whijh
was set on fire a abort time sinoe.
THE ED LB TO RIOT.-Magistrates Kanapsux
. -and DeLarge, who luve been investigating
this affair, have required Moasa Gadsden, Al?
fred Smith, Brutos Jenkins and Moses Small,
to give bon 3s for their appearance before the
State Court, to answer the ohsrge of being en?
gaged tn the riot. There aro ether matters
?connected with this riot Which axe being in?
quired m to. ? _
WHATS UP ?-Dr. A. G., Alderman T. J., sad
Sheriff E. W. M. Mackey left for Columbia
Sunday morning. When the whole Mackey
family ia poured st ons timo into the lap of
Columbi a it is evident that something ts up
-^fthat the wheel of politics is revolving the
wrong way or is ont of order, and the v desire
to pat s nail in it to stop it, or to reverse the
"order of its going."
THE LATE RIOT.-The investigation in the
-cases of the parties charged with being con?
nected with the late riot was resumed yester?
day before Magistrates Kanapaux and De
Large. Rifo Izzird, colored was committed
to jail to await trial before the State Court for
committing an assault and battery, and also
tx assault iug an officer.
Mr. Schwing gave bond to appear before the
same court, to answer the oharge of assault
with a deadly weapon.
The investigation will be continued until the
affair is thoroughly sifted.
SHERIFF'S SALE.-The following named prop?
erty was sold by Sheriff Mackey, yesterday,
in front ot the Courthouse-A. C. McGillivray,
TheTot. with frame dwelling thereon, on the
south side of Anu-sareet, between nesting and
! Elixibeth afreets frontin- forty-three feet with
S depth i f two hundred feet, for $2550. air.
Dennis Keenan purchaser.
A wooden dwelling on the south side of Cal
houn-atieet. lor $501^ Mrs. J F Chirch,
> A brick bail iii g on the south side of Mar?
ket street, for $300. Messrs. J. N. Ti edema DD
ft Co. purchase rs.
MERCANTILE PRINTING.-All kinds of mer?
cantil* printing, suchascirculars, letterheads,
cards, hill heads, statements, Soc., tor count?
ing rooms and offices, promptly executed in
the neatest style and at the lowest rates for
cash, at Tra News JOB OFFICE. No. 119 East
. ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMSHIP CHAMPION.-A.
private telegram received at this office from
New Tork yesterday afternoon, states that the
steamship Champion, which left New York Sat?
urday, broke her shaft Sunday while off Cape
Delaware and was compelled to put back to
port, arriving there yesterday afternoon. All j
well on board. She will probably re s a il on
Wednesday and arrive here Saturday.
THE NEGRO MILITIA rs HAMB?BG.-The
Augusta Chronicle f Sunday says :
Weare informed that a detaobment of car?
pet-bagger Scott's militia was in Hamburg
Friday night, on dutv at the end of the bridge.
The canse of this warlike display we did not
learn, but rumor has it that a raid of Georgia
Ku-Klux was ant'cipated. We bave never seen
a real live Ku-Klux, but we have the right
material here in Biohmond to regulate air.
Scoot's ragamuffins it they ever get on Georgia
soi). They might be induced to take Ham?
burg within their jurisdiction io case of neces?
sity, so that if the valiant militia study their
own safety they will have to behave them?
selves while m this vicinity.
THE SAVANNAH BASS BALLOTS.-Alluding to
. tbe invitation to the Savannah base ball ist s to
make another visit to Charleston, the Savan?
nah Advertiser eaJ'8 :
We hardly think they will be able to respond
to another invitation from their friends, the
' Carolinas," at least immediately. It is quite
an undertaking to tret together the entire nine
for a two days' hobday, aud on tue last visit the
Savannahs were deprived of the services of
two of their beat players at the last moment.
We can assure the "Carolinas" that nothing
which they could do on any future occasion
can increase the high esteem and cordial
friendship felt for them by our entire club.
BasAK OH THB COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
RAILROAD.- Tbe late heavy rains caused a sud?
den rise in the small el reams in the neighbor?
hood of the Bath Paper Mills, and a culvert on
the Columbia and Augusta Railroad was blown
up by the force of the water, and a large por?
tion of the road bed washed away. Fortu?
nately the tracks of the Columbia sud Augusta
and the South Carolina Railroads run parallel
at this point, and the passengers and baggage
by the former are transferred to the latter at
Granite vd le. Tho waa h is quite large, and it
will probably be ten days to two weeks before
the road can be put in running order.
LITTLE BUBO LABS.-Yesterday morning the
detectives arrested a mulatto and a negro boy
-.neither over twelve years of age-upon tbe
charge of burglary. The negro boy confessed
that upon Friday night be, by means of a step
. ladder procured and placed in position by the
mulatto boy, forcibly entered the store of
Messrs. Geo. W. Stroub & Co., No. 277 King
street, and forced open the money drawer and
stole a small sum of money.
Early Sunday morning they, by the same
means, entered the confectionery store of Mr.
Kinsman, adjoining the store above mention?
ed. While they were attempting to open the
money drawer here the watchman came up
and succeeded in arresting the little negro.
He "peached" and caused the arrest of his ac?
They are both confined at the detective of?
fice. A long piece of plank, which they used
to force open doors, was captured with them.
A MAH-HATBB-Man TEE AC H zs o us ANIM A LB.
Yesterday afternoon a negro woman named
Betsy Holland, a bo nt ^rWrty years of age, was
arraigned before Justice Mackey, charged with
committing t murderous assault upon John
It appears that John believed with Thacke?
ray that eaoh separate soul of us is an island
in the great ocean of life, and looked for a fel?
low isle willing to help build a causeway which
should bind his and said isle together forever.
Believing that Betsy was the other isle and
marriage to be the causeway that would ac?
complish this desirable object, he made up to
Betsy, who, not liking to be sought after, so
informed John. But John, like other men,
only valuing those prizes which require some
labor to secure, persisted in his desi ?-os upon
her hand. Yesterday a fte moos, after a little
quarrel, and while John was standing with his
back to her, she seized a large fork and en?
deavored to impale bim but he fled she pur?
suing. OB the way she seized a rake and
struck him a severe blow on the forehead,
breaking the flesh and inflicting a very painful
wound. John ran into tbe bouse, when she
followed and made another assault upon him
with a knife. He then dodged and ran to?
warri the kitchen, when she seized a pot of
soup and threw it over him. He then went to
the pump to wash bis wound, and was again
assaulted by the fiend.
While before the Magistrate, Betsy said that
she "didn't have any use for men; they was
treacherous animals; I never did like 'em. and
I don't see why they keep a court in' of me."
in default of bail in the sum of $300 to appear,
for trial? she was committed to jail. While on
her way there in charge of a constable, she
met John, whereupon she crabbed a stick and
went tor him, but he was fortunate enough to
elude the clutches of the she-deviL
CRUMBS.-The dosing exercises of the paro?
chial school of the African M. E. Church, un?
der the direction of B. H. Cain, took place in
Liberty Hall yesterday.
Daddy Cain expresses the opinion in the
Missionary Record that it ts not at all strange
that the Mayor should be "powerless" to quell
a riot, "surrounded as he has been, and still ia,
with all the deadheads of the Republican party
to bear op, and with a Copperhead in his
bosom stinging him to death, while bis li fe is
bsnging on a sledder thread of political hemp."
Tbe Lieutenant of the Detective force states
that he, net the Mayor, appointed the officers
of his force-the Mayor only coofltmed the
The Savannah Advertiser says that the pres?
ence of mosquitoes there is as "fully demoral?
izing to one's analytical sequence of ideas as
the negroes of Charleston to good clothes and
The sergeant who was shot at Castle Pindi
ney Saturday, was still in a most critical con?
dition last evening.
The Serions Family Club wtll meet .o-night
From and after Ibis date Officers Lovett and
f mall, of the Detective force will bo on duty
at the South Carolina Railroad depot; Officers
Quinn and Levy at the Northeastern Railroad
depot, and Officer Coates at the Savannah aud
Charleston Railroad depot.
The silver sugar bowl, raffled for at Mr.
Mr. Drake's auction room, oo Friday night
last, was won by Mr. Dowling, lt was raffled
for the benefit of the fem tie orpb an s under the
care of the Si s. te rs of Mercy.
Daddy Cain commences a lone editorial, de?
nouncing the late riot, and asserting that the
mass of the colored peuple bad nothing to do
with it and condemn all sucb proceedings,
with this sentence : -This communi'y has
been shocked with transactions which causes
the blush .o rise in the f co of every law-auid
lng citizen." Ibo colored peo?le should read
Ibo nee and conon factors aro summoned
to attend a meeting at the . ffice of Mtssrs.
Fraser ft Dill, to-morrew a ?2 ?I., to hear tue
report of 'he spec ul commut?e appointed at
the last meeting.
HOTEL ABBIYALS, AUOUST 2. -Pavilion Hold,
lu Crane. C. V. Hubert, City; L. P. Noyes.
Memphis; J. G. Bradish, New York; J. W.
Smith, Hartford; L. H. Henderson. Florida;
W. ?. Barry, ?altimore; J. A. Neuffer, Sooth
Carolina Railroad; N. C. Hall, South Carolina;
T. Noven. Savannah; H. 8. King, Adam's Bun;
Thomas Ferrabee. Grahamville.
Charleston Hotel-E. W. Marsbali, B. F.
McCabe, City; M. Boar, Wilmington, N. C.; E.
W. Clark Netv Jersey; K. H. Starke, Florida; F.
M. Horsey, New Tork; W. M. Gardner, Au?
Cm STOCK.-I. S. & Bennett will sell $3000
City Six per Cent, at auction this morning.
C. W. WtECKi>o io form? i he lager beer drink?
ers that the well known Milwaukee lager beer
will always be found at bia saloon.
HAT.-Mr. B. Arnold, No. 219 Meeting
street, advertises to-day three hundred bales
prime Eastern hay, just arrived, and which will
be sold low in lots to suit purchasers.
MESSES. John E. Boiuest ai J. Motte Mar?
tin have formed a copartnership for the par
pose of conducting a periodical, news depot
and general stationery business. Bead their
advertisement in another column.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPACT OF NEW TOBE.
We publish to-day the somi-auuual statement,
made up to 1st Jnly last, of this well koovra
and favorito company, showing assets to the
amount of $1,909,303 53 at cash market valua?
This company ranks among the largest and
best in the Union, and its policies offer the
moat reliable indemnity against losses.
The reported defalcation of its late secreta?
ry, Ballard, amounting to $63,000, is a very in?
considerable cum compared w.th its bona fide \
assets of near two mil In. ns of dollars. Be?
sides we have before us a circular from ila
worthy president, Mr. Hastings, stating that
there is a well-grounded probability that the
larger portion of the extracted sum above re?
ferred to will be recovered.
The "Security" stands second of all the New
York Fire Insurance Companies on the basis
of the largest amount of net cash premiums
received during the past year.
Its agent in Charleston is Mr. Samuel Y.
.Shirts acai ^arBtdiytBg ^ockis.
No. 319 KIN G-S TR fi KT, .
One door below Market
? FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIES, SCARF?, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS, COLLAH*, GLOVES
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
FIVE SHIRTS TO OKDEB,
Ju'y 22 6mos
Gr E T
YOUK SHIRTS AT
THE GREAT DEPOT FOR
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD3
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIEBY.IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIE* AND CRAVATS
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
Ac, Ac., Ac.
SHIBTVreai'y made and made to order. Direc?
tions lor measurement sent by malL
Gentlemen's Furntsblng store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
July 8 DAO 6mos
p HOTO GRAPH COLORING.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PBOTOGRAPH8
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each ease be
given as to the style of ?ol?ring pteferred.
Ju'.v 28 Smos*
rjlHOHAS J. RAYNER ?ft CO.,
KA NUTA OTT RIBS OT
Particular attention to Special Brands for Grocers
No?. 20 LIBERTY-STREET ATD SI M - IDEN LANE
49? Samples sent to leeponatble houses.
July 27 _ tutb-8rao
T . II V M P H K E Y 8 ,
BEOKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF BEAL EST Al E STOCKS. BONDS, SE
OURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. ?7 BRO A O-STREET
CHARLESTON. 8. O.
Bon. HEN-tl BOTST, W. J. MAUKATH, Esq.
General JAMES OONNtR. T. B. WARING. Esq.
j_r OL.MK.s ?ft MACBETH.
No. 36 B road-itreet,
Charleston, h. O.,
BROKERS. AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION ?UK.M's
Will attiend to Renting and Collecting m hem*
and purchase and sa e ol Mock-, Nouna, (sold
Silver and Heal Estais.
lo tbe Purchase ot Good, and *uppl es for partie
in the country upou reason ibis erma.
GEOBOr I' ti Ol ME*.AlBKAMIt?B UAOPKIB.
January 1 lyr
gKCtJRITT If SUB AJ? CK COMPANY.
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION, DOLLARS.
Assets, July 1st, 1869.
Cash OD hand, or in cour- e of trana mis?
sion. ?IM,438 36
Piemiunis due or in hands of Agents.. 83,917 86
Billa Receivable for Inland and other
Premiums. 116,986 9J
Call Loa us e iel a; ir ely on United States
Collaterals. 98,000 00
Loans on Bonds and Moitgagee. ?28,981 00
United is ts te ? stocks. 707 477 50
State, County and City Bonda. 92, wis 00
Salvages, Interest Accrued, Ac. 80,268 03
Other Propert - Miscellaneous Items.. 144,573 86
Total A saeta.$1,909,303 53
Liabilities. $110,954 SC
Prenti from Janury lat to July lat, 1869, (6 mos.)
Premiums for year ending June 30,1869, $1,871,
18th Dividend, July 12th, 1809.
A Dividend of Five ft) PtB CENT., and the
Government Tax, baa been declared for the past six
month", payable on dem J nd.
ROBERT L. CABS, President of Security Life Insur?
EDWASD HAIOSI, President National Bank ?jf Com?
WM A LL RH DOTLCB, of Barney, Butler ft Parsons.
E. W. CORLISS, of John Caswell A Co.
B. L MUSKAT, late Murray ft Davis Brothers.
JONATHAN ODELL, of Odells tc Barnes.
Wai PAXSON. of sam). C Paxson'a Son Ar Co.
FSAircis T. WALXEB, of F. T. Walker A Brother.
B. B. MnrrusN, of Grinned Mintara ft Co.
g. T. VALENTINE, of 8. Valentine ft Son.
JOHN B. WILLIS of Willis, Cornell ft Carey.
EDWASD MERRITT, of Baviland, Merritt ft so.
JOHN T. WILLBTS, of Willets ft Co.
JOHN ALIJEN, late Hopkins, Allen ft Co.
EDWARD CROMWELL, of Edward Cromwell.
THOS. J. OWSN, of Owen ft Carnegie.
Wu. DXNNIBTOUN, late Wm. ft Thoa. Dennistoun.
RICKARD P. BRUTE, of Bussell ft Erwin Manufac?
Wac. GRAYDON late Graydon, MoCreery ft Co.
J. C. MAB TIN, late Martin ft Lawson.
T in H IR B. Wm AN, of Charles H. Marshall ft Co.
JOHN W. GBATDON, late Graydon, Swanwick ft Co.
Gae. A. PHILPS, of Chamberlain. Phelps ft So.
A. P. FRA*ci A. late GtrO ft Francia.
EDWARD WOOD, late Merritt ft Woad.
JOHN BAMBI, of Hugh t, Halse y ft Co.
A. F. BASTCNOS, President of the Company.
BENJAMIN D. HIOXB. Westbury, L. I.
AARON H PHILLIPS of Phillips, steele ft Co.
ALFRED M. Hon. Of Jesse Hoyt ft Co.
OXABLBS G. LANDON, of Benxard ft Button.
W.B. BUCXHOUT, vice-President of the Company.
O. E. A. DAMBM ? NN , of C. F. Dambmann ft Co.
DANIHL 3. APPLETON, of D. Appleton ft Ca
ABBAHAK R. VAN VEST, of A. R. Van Neat ft Co.
JAMBS L. HOWABD, of J. L. Howard ft Co., Hartford.
A. F. HASTINGS, President.
W. B. 'BUCKHGOT. vice-President.
Agent In Charleston, S. C.,
August 3 8 8. T. TDPfBR.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized lia 1859.
ALL POLICES NON-FORFEr TABLE.
HALF LOA N TA KEN. NO NO TBS BSQ UIB ED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) P1B CENT.
Polices in force.S'j.'i.oot) ooo
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Faid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
Wat T. HOOKES, Vice-Prealdeht
L. MoADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent.
HOB. JOHN A. DIX, New York.
Hon. JAKES HARPER, Firm of Harper ft Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
WK M. VERKLLTE, Banker (Vermllye ft Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Oom*
Hon. GEORGE OPDTXE, ex -Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. JJ o BOAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney ft Co.
BKMJ. B. - HERMAN, traaamracNew York Steam En?
gar Beaning Conpany.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable ft Co.
RICHARD EL BOWNE, Wetmore ft Bowne, Lawyers.
Il V. HAUOHWOCT, Firm E. V. Baughwoat ft Co.
WK WIRKENS, Firm of W. Wilkeiis ft Co.
JCLIUS H. PRATT. Merchant.
WK W WRIOHT. Merchant.
CHAS. J. ?TABB, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLfca, Baaker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Contine nul Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHEHWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fi th Avenue and
EDWARD H. WRIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE. Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWELL, Merchant.
titOltUE K HIM,
GENERAL AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BBEN3TJEBNA, Examining Physician.
H. I h SE RT KL,
G BX ERAL AGBNI FOB CHARLES TON.
Cfflce Ho. SOS Rina;-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
January 12 DAD lyr
M O X ?V GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 135 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
CONHItiNMENiSOr COTTON, RICK, ftc. BK
UPK-'iFCLLY solicited, and liberal advances made
t..i-i eon. Orders lor CORN aud BACON promotli
executed with oare at.d attention. 3moa Mav la
\* ti.LI? <v CHISOLM.
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANL
SH ir VENT (to Foreign and Domestic Portai or
'10TTON. RICH, LUMBER AND NAVAL HTOREt.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. H, a
K. wu.i.u-.a. B. OHISOLM
Oe o Der 'IR '
WAREHOUSE AND 8EED STORE.
A t?RirUL i UBA L IM PL EHENTS, OA EDE i
ELLERBEK TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PING Kl" E.
Nc. 140 Meetine-street, Charleston.
Varch 24 6mo
F i O U R INSPECTOR,
OFFICE No. 157 EAST BAT.
July 14 Imo
Binnia! ios: litters.
THAT AKT BICE M LH S?BVTYED THE
treatment of fifty years a ;o. must be considered a
proof that haman beings are very hard to Uli.
The lancet, calomel, cantharidies and drastic pur?
ga riven vere then the order of the day. The ph?,
eic'^n played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicines. We
ire in a more rational and conscientious era. Toe
mportance of supporting Nature In its conflict
with disease li now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TONIO S
that rally the vital powere and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
in i* battles with sickness, ls
Tbii wonderful vegetable restorative ii the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and decrepld lt has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant and nerrin?.
In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, its acts
as a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines Ute bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it ls introduced it be?
comes a standard arti ole-? medicinal staple. Drug,
gists, although theirproflt upon it ls smaM, find it
abeolsitely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybedy inquires, and for whloh nobody will
accept a subtttlmte. It is to-day tte most popular
medicine io the civilised world. Extensively as lt
is advertised, its best aJverHsemoat is the aeuefloisl
result which uniformly follows its use. Every bottle
sold lDsures the sale of at least haifa dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it produces upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. Tit ere ia
ne subsequent depression. It does not, as is the
i wish al other stimuli, beget a ora vi ag fer ?.
citants, ?a lbs otk er hand, it soothes and casais
Ike nerves, combining, strange ss the astontalr mar
seem, tho qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyn
with tbose of a tania and lnvigorant. The perfect
purity of jil its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to tbe purposes they are intoaded to sub?
serve, the Judicious proportions ia which they ara
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
are blended, render this famous article at onoa the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
December 7 ij
S?ript, Sida, Earn. Shouters, Butter, Laro*t
BY HUBEY & ALEXANDER.
I HIS DAT, the 3 i in? t.. will be ?old in oar atore
No. 137 Ka t Bar, at 10 o'clock, '
- pieces BACON STB IP i
- Hams, bides Shoulders
- pieces Neck Bacon, smoked Beef
- smoke i l onsuea
- kegs Butur, kegs Lard, Ac.
Conditions cash._ August 3
By Tirtoe of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me directed and
delivered, will be sold THIS DAT 3d day of Au?
gust, at northeast corner of the Courthouse, be?
tween the hours of ll A. M., snd 3 oVkck P. M.,
All the right, ti le and interest of tbe def, ndant
in all that PiEOE OB LOT OP LAND, situate at
the southwest corner of Market and Fast Bay
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Thomas
N. Gadsden at the emt of John Horlbeck, et al,
Executors of J. C. Blum.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKtY, 8. C. C.
tNOEB DEC H ?LE IN E0.11T?.
John S Palmer, et al, Executor? of S J.
Palmer, vt. J. J. Williams, Louis McLam,
* A. C. Mcfilli?JYRAY,
Will be sold THIs DAY. tbe 3d day of August
in front of tbe Old Poi-tomes, gt ll o'clock A. M.,
All that TBAOT OK LAND, commonly known as
"Gravel Hid" and the "Oaks Tract." situate m the
Parish of St Stephen's, on the "Old Wing Hoad "
"Fair Forest Kwamu." and the waters ot Cooper
Elver, having sucu buttings and bounding* as are
hud down ma plat ol reserves by W. H M el la rd in
February and March. 1865, dui; recorded In the
Registry of Meene Conveyance for Charleston County
in Book ' G," No. 14, page 303.
Terms-One-third cssb; balance with interest
from day of asle in one, two and three years, to be
secured by bond and mortpage of the premires.
Pure baser to pa) for paper? and straps.
E. W. M. MACHET,
Auguit 3_tu4_8. C. C.
PUBLIC SAL B,
Under Foreclosure of the following Mortgages:
Thomas Young to A. A Goldsmith, and
Thomas Young to Moses Goldsmith and A.
A. C. McGILTJTBAY,
I will expose at Public Sale, on TBUBSDAT, the 6th
day of August, In front oi the Old Customhouse,
at ll o'clock precisely,
THE SLOOP ELEANOR,
With her MASTS, SAILS, Tards, Bigging, An?
chors, Cable1, Boats, Tackle, Apparel and Appurte?
At tbe same ame ind place,
THE S0BOONEB ODD FELIX)VT,
With ber MASTS, SAILS Atc, Ae., ftc,
E. W M. MACE ET. S. 0. C.,
August 3_tntba Agent for Mortgagee.
Household Furniture, fte., fte
WM. MefiAY, Auctioneer.
WiU sell TO-MOBBOW, (Wednesday,) 4th instant, at
No. 138 Meeting-street. August 3
J^EPIN ED FAMILY LABD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
ay Ask y oar Grocer for our Brand of
Lard in these Package?.
Packed lu 3 lb, 6 Hs, 10 S? Csddles; 60 lb Cans for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Fend
for Price List.
Sold by Grocers in Charleston.
May 29 BAG stuthSmo
TY I A N O S I PIANOS::
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BBE!>
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. 8TIEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADS,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHLLADBL
PHIA AND NEW TORE
OFFICE AND WAREHGOM, KO. 7 N. I.IBEETS.
STREET. ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
BTTEFF'S PIANO? HAVE ALL TBE LATEST
improvement, Including the Agraffe treble, ivor;
fronts, and the improved French Action, tully war?
ranted tor five years, with p.ivilege of exchanni
within twelve montbs il not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser, second-handed Planos and Parlor 0/
guts always en hand from $50 to $300.
REFERE ES WHO HAV1 OCR PIANOS Ht CSU
general Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Gau-ral Robert Ransom, Wilminrvon, N. O.
General D. H. HUI, charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Letcber, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. R. Burwell A tiona, Charlotte, N. O., Fe
C. B. Eiddick, Female Collegs, Eittrell's Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Strakoeeb, Italian Opera. *
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, 8. fl.
Charles wpeneer, Charl ASI on. fl. O.
Send Isar a eJreoiar. Terms UberaL
J-j-iOR THB H A I B .
PHALONS CHEMICAL HAIR LNY1GORATOR
ATKR'S HAIR YIUOR
MON I'GO.VERTS HALE RESTORER
BURN ATI'S COCCAINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIERS LIFE EOR THE HAIR
CH ALEAN VS COCOA CREAM
LION'S K ATHALRON
EXCELSIOR HAIR IONIC
8 A VAG E'S URSINA
BATCHELOB'S HALR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HALB S I AIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
COLOGNE WA 1ER
BAY RUM. ftc, &c.
Forsa'eby Dr. H. BAKU,
Mav S Nn. 131 MKETING-^TREET.
W OH* D. A L. E X A N D E K ,
NOTARY PU lt MC AND GENERAL AOBNT.
NO. IB ttroad-street.
KESRtClfOLLY -OLICIlh BU9lN*>H IN AD
JCHl INO AC- OUSTS ol Merchants and ?rnwr,
snd in i KITIN i OP ?ND POoliMu their Hoofib,
either in part or wno.e. A?. Jauuary 9
Shoulder?, Samt, Butter. Cheese. ?rc.
KIECKE & SCHACHTS
Will sen. TH 18 DAT. kt the ir store?. Ho?. 143 and l?V
Pirt Bay, st ? quarter to 10 o'clock,
?"000 LBS. SHOULDEST
5000 lbs. Harn?, ba gs ed and u?bagged
25 packages Butter
80 boxes Cheese, (Factory)
25 bbl?. Motares
Sugar, Coffee and Vinegar,
BY H. k A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAT, the 3d August, will be sold before ocr
store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
200 bagged HA J.?
18 bbis Flour
15 keg? Leaf Lard
5 half chests 1 ea
16 bbls. M?M Beef
20 bola. Trimmings, Pork Heada, kc.
Conditions cash. August S
BT HENRY C-'BIA & ( 0.
TBI3 DAT, at quarter past 9 o'clock, in front of our
Btorv, win be sold,
100 Sugar-cured Baus
15 tc?. Sugar-cured Hams.
Ci ty Stock at Auction.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
THIS DAT, the 31 instant, I will sell, at IL
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce, corner cf East Baj"
and Broad street?.
$3000 CUT SIX PtB CENT. STOCK.
Conditions cash._Angnit 9
Assignee s Sale of Real Estate of Samuel Fa
garlic, Bankrupt, bg Decree of tr* Court
BY Qt. MCBRIDE SMITH,
Will be sold THIS DAT. 3d Instant, at the Old
PostofB.ee. foot ol Broad-street, st ll o'clock A. SL,
Ohe following valuab e BfcAL ESTATE:
1st AU that TBaCI OP LAND ?Ith the Build?
ings thereon, situate tn the Town of Mount Pleasant,
In the Pariah ol Chrl-t Church, and County ot
Charl ?a ten, nteasurlng three hundred and ten wf~
three hundred ana lorty feet, and designated on ?
plat of the aame aa three Lota la Hilliard rille, num?
bered 112,113 -nd 114.
2d. All that TBAOl OF L v N D known aa Lot No.
24 on the plat of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Comp?
or's land, contalimg twenty-two acres, mom oe
Sd. All that TBA CT OF LaM? adjoint a g the
shore, known ss Lot Na 26 on said plat, and con?
taining twenty-two acres, more or less.
Terms-One-half o J Bl ; the balance in twelve
months, secured by bond or bond* of the purchaser
or purchasers, and mortgage of the premise? reepeo
tively. the bandings lo be icsurwd, and Ute polloy
assigned. Purchasers to pay for panera and alampe.
FBEDEKICK i. SMITH,
Assignee of Samuel Fogartie.
Nonci is hereby giren, under order of Co ?rL
made In the abore case, to all persona bed?
ing liena upon the abore described Beal Batato, te*
prore tbs ?ame before 1. O. CARPENTER, Esq..
Begiatrar In Bankruptcy, in Charleston, on or before
the first day of August inst, or be debarred from al
participation la the distribu? ion of the net proceed?
of the sale thereof. FBEDEBICK J. SMIfH,
BY WABDLAW & CAREW,
Will be sold, TO-MOBBOW. 4\h inst, at ll o'clock,
at Old Postofflce,
10 PHIBBS SOOTH GASOLINA BAI LEO AB?
185 Half Shares South Carolina BaUroad Stock
$2820 tock. City ot Charleston
$1000 Bonds SUte South Carolina, old
$1000 Bond Northeastern Bal lr ead, due lat Sep?
S50S Bond Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
guaranteed bv State
$114 Certificate of Indebtedness Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, guaranteed by 8ta .
Terms cash. August 3
/HarQintrt), QLasitttgs, (Etc.
)H(EMX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.'
CAMBRON <V CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c
.Yoi. 4, 6, 8, 10 and 19 PR1 TC HARD-STREETS.
(SEAB THE DBT DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MABINS,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EYERI
SHAFTING, PULLETS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS.
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN ffiON Oft
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILEBB
of a? good quality and power, and at aa low rate? aa
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-Tf-aler Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY A G AINSI
DAMAGE FROM LOW WAI EB IR
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 DM .'ta oe
gUUTH CAIiOLi.HA KAI LRU AJI.
OHNKBAL BTJPBB?NTENLEHT'f OFFICE. 4
CfUBLZSTOH. P. C., April 9, I?61 (
ON AND A FT KB SD:DAY. A Ph IL lira, THE
PA>S,.::.")F.B TBAINS of the South Carola? Baft
road will run as follows :
f OB AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston.AU a. M.
Arrive ai AUjuata. 4.4* P. M*
Co'^nectmg with trains for Mont- ornery. Memphis,
Nashville aol vew Orleans, via afontgomerv and
(.eave Charle.ton.Afb A. M.
Arrive at Colnmma.6.1# P. M.
? on nee ti UK with Wilmington and If anelestor Bail,
eoad, to* Camden tram
Leave A TUMS La.9.<Hi A. H.
Arrive at Charleston.t.10 p. kL
Leave Commua.7 46 a. H.
Arrive at Charleston.1.10 P. M.
aUUDSTA NIGHT 0PBK89
sc ND are HHIOTD,
Leave Charleston.7.JC P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.a.ia a. A4,
Connecting wltb trams tor Efaaaphla, Sackville
ind Hew Orkans v"? Grand Junction.
* eave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Amve at Charleston.4.90 A. M.
OOLPMBU NTOHT KXPBSH8
I BUND AT? CXCEPTBD.
Leave Charleston .ti.nf P. kt,
\rrive at Columoia.4.4S A. M.
Connecting - uuoay? fxcpto? < with Green*1 ll? sad
Leave Columbia.A.t<> P. at.
Arrive at charleston.A. J' *? M.
S HM RH VI I f.l l BAIN.
Leave Charleston.P> M.
ArriVf at SuruovrvTie. 8. o P. ta?
Leave -<ummervil|e.". " *. JJ*
?rr:veat Charleston.....".2s '. M,
Camden and nlumbt Pai-senuer rrans on Mos.
DATS VV?, ?CESDATH und >AT?BDAT8. Connect? With
up a?<) do ?u uav Pai?-?ugew -tt hingnb?*.
ur.?? Cami??.?, a M
<rn eat rolmut??a.AA. av aa.
pave ?'olunibia.P JJ*
?rrive ii am.^n........... 0?e ?.
-ian"! ?*. ?.
Apr1l io General aupenm-ident.