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.. REMOVED non OFFICE.-We learn that an
. order was received trcm Governor Scott, yes?
terday, lemoving from office Magistrate Wm.
i STATS, REGI-TEBED STOCK.-A letter received
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MABXST COMMISSIONERS.-A meeting of the
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Wednesdaj night last, when It was resolved to
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BvjtOLART.-The shop Of Rivers, Mo. 16
Ctifford-street, was burglariously entered on
Wednesday, night last, and a quantity of
ol ot bea stolen. -Yesterday the detectives cap?
tured the thief, Abram Brown, colored, with
some of the Clothing io his possession.
THE TRADD STREET BCROLABT.-Mr. A. ' C.
Kaufman states that the reason of his not
appearing- as witness against the negro who
was arrested upon suspicion of bein? engaged
in the late burglary, on Tradd-street, is that
be did not know anything against him.
FATAL AFFRAY.-An altercation occurred last
Wednesday on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, about Bevon miles stove Columbia,
between William W. Marshall and Preston
Brooks, both colored employees on the road,
which resulted in the death of the latter. .
SALK, or THE YACHT ELXASQB.-The yacht
Eleanor was sold ai auction, yesterday, by
Mr, Ai C McGillivray, for $700. Mr. A. A.
Goldsmith purchaser, j
'At the same time and by the same auction?
eer, the schooner Odd Fellow was sold for
$1500. - Mr. H. Prince purchaser.
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A DISAPPOINTED RADICAL.-Rumor bttb it
that Henry Larc jmb, o dor ed, who once kept
an ice cream saloon; bat who is no* s member
-of Captain Jenks' street gang, complains that
it is hard for kim to bo nothing more than a
street laborer, alter having worked 30 hard tor
flie Radicals spent ali bis money, broken his
horse s leg, ic. ;
THS ELOPER MURPHY, it bas been ascer?
tained, left carly Wednesday morning on the
Northeastern Railroad. A tekcram was sent
to the police at Wilmington to arrest him if be
appeved there, but, as nothing bas been
hear J from them, it is' supposed ihut ho
changed bis route for the North or managed
ioelode 'the officers on the lookout for him.
THE 'CATERPILLAR LN FLORIDA.-We mike
f be following extract from a private letter dated
Houston, Florida, August 2 ISC'J, and written
by.a very intelligtut and an entirely reliable
gentleman lift?s there. He saye:
We regret very much to report the appear?
ance, cf the cilerphlar in our section, and
seriOw d < nage is apprehended in consequence
ol the? ha vf?g coffii SJ early. ?>
Tne foregoing is ab jul the tenor of severa'
letters received from different portions or Mid
d'e and East Florida within the past few days.
s OUT ii zit s EDUCATION.
Kertew of the Operavtfom? ot the Home
and school Hstobilehesl by the Kev. A.
Tho following reports of the condition of t ho
parochial achoo! attached to tho Church of the
Holy communion, Asuley-3treel, will be read
To the Board of Managers of (he Pioneer
Soutltern J-.ducational Aid Society in Balli?
REPORT OF THE BO ABD OF TBU8TEB3 15 CHAOLES
Gentlemen-We cannot closo this second
session without recording our grato ful sense
ot God's great mercy towards our efforts tor
the relief of our fellow citizens, ia the time of
their great need.. Within the expiration of two
years we axe enabled to point to a flourish?
ing school established, and a home into which
ninety-four boys have been received, brought
from the country where they had no opportu?
nities to pursue then: education, and have been
placed nuder the influence] of a refined and
Christian home, wirb the advantages of a first
rate education. Whit? ?onie are in the veiy
rudiments ot letters,Onr highest class closed in
the third book, ot Bondon's L -gendre, had
reached quadratics m algebra, ?ere in Sallust
and Yu g ? m Latin, and Mcclintock and
Aanabasis in Gi eek. while four boys have goue
to college, two to the Charleston and two to
Trinity, Bart ford- and several-have procured
By referring to the able and elaborate report
of the rector of tho School aud Home, it still
bo seen (hat to the Pioneer Sou: hern Educa?
tional Aid Society, originated by Mr. W. W.
Qleno, of Baltimore. Maryland, and by his ex?
ertions kept, alive and sustained, we owe it
that oar deficiencies, month, by month, bav?
been mer. lt Usa been on his part, and on
the part of ali who have sobs cribed towards
this work, an initancJ of the most disinterest?
ed symp it li y and oeoevoleuoe; and to him and
to all who have subscribed, we beg to return
our heartfelt and grateful thanks, knowing
that the only reward they can havo in this
world is in the lives ami characters of those
who tbev bave helped to make useful rrem
berB of society, who without their aid would
have been deprived of the great benefits which
have been conferred. We trust that God. who
is not unmindful tbat Ho should forget works
whim proceed of love, may return upon all an
W9 feel it due to the matron o' the Home
to bear testimony to the extraordin try ability
which she has displayed, and our appreciation of |
ber eminent fitness for the arduous duties which
she baa so ably discharged. To the principal
and his ae ii* tents, male and female, we tender
our acknowledgments of sincere appreciation
of the conscientious and able manner they
have earned ont the details ot this inst i tu ti sa,
and to the physician to whose skill and atten?
tion s?n are greatly indebted. Having avery
large number of applications, we should also
state that we hope to commeuoe our next term
on the first of Oct ober, wi th enlarged accommo?
dations and increased facilities. That in view of
the improved condition of things, and not wil?
ling to tax the generosity of friends abroad
beyond endurance, we pro Dose to raise slight?
ly the cost of board and tuition, but we know
.here ..are many wbo can co no better
than last year, the price or production of cot?
ton, rice or phosphates making no difference
in their incomes; and we trust that we can
look for aid from the Pioneer Educational Aid
Society for the coming term, according to the
statements that we fir->t mad; them that we
would need aid for three years. Too mnch has
been done to let it be lost, and one more year
of aid will put ns upon a self-supporting basis.
To commence as an entire cha ri t v, and t o %c : om
plish Ibis m three years, we think will meet
with the apptoval of our supporters. We feel
it our duty tc state that though this School
and Homo has been and is under the influence
of the Episcopal Church, we have never re?
fused a deserving applicant because they have
not been of that church, and we have both in
the Home and in the Scbooi many children
connected with the different ^nominations.
Bespectfolly submit ced,
W. C. BEE.
I beg leave to make the following report to
the Board of Trustees of the Boys' Home and
School at the close of the second year. On the
25th of October, 1867, i was led, in the provi?
dence of God, to d?termine to try to meet tbe
want which had been brought to my notice, by
furnishing the means for the education of the
numer?os children m the Episcopal Church,
who, from the reverses of the war, had been
left without resources. I issued a circular to
all the rectors in the Diocese of South Caro?
lina, asking information of the needs of their
oari8b.es. This being soon generally known, 1
received over oue hundred applications, not
only from our own church, but from persons
of diff rent relisions denominations through?
out the State. The appeals came principally
from the seacoast parishes. Having a house at
my disposal, and a fine building for a school?
room attached to the Parish of the Holy Com?
munion in this city, I consented to take thirty
three in the Home, as this was tbe fullest num?
ber leonid provide for. These were the most
pressing cases, on account of the advanced
age of the boys, and without regard to church
I bad DO furniture for the house o: school?
room, bnt in faith and prayer, and with a heart
to woik, I commenced my preparations. I se?
cured the valuable servie JS of Mr. John Gads?
den as the principal of the school, and Mrs.
John Bryan as matron of the Home. At the
time 1 bad not one dollar; but having been re?
ceived most kindly at the North, when sent
there by the Bishop in behalf ot the Theologi?
cal Seminary, I determined to go and anhmit
my plans among our many friends there.
1 went to Brookline, Massachusetts, Boston,
Newark and Washington. D. C., and collected
$2000. General Howard in Washington assist?
ed me greatly, and through bim I was enabled
to increase the accommodations and procure
furniture for the school. With this I returned
to Charleston in November, 1868. having pur?
chased one thousand dollars' worth of school
books. -1 had to make a i arge outlay in blan?
kets and table and bed unen, crockery, kitchen
utensils, and furniture, bed ind bedding.
We opened the school on the 9th ot Decem
bar, 1838, tor boys and girls, with one malo
and eight female teachers, and a janitor, at
the coat of $343 per month. The tuition iras
fifty cents per mouth. Onr roll of scholars
soon ran np to i ear five hundred, bat I never
realized more than $150 per month for tuition,
and I distributed books arnon ntiug to over
$600 for which I have never bee i paid. After
the first moutb we dispensed with one female
teacher. Finding in February that the
money in. hand wai running low, I deter?
mined to avail myself of the cordial invi?
tation which had been given me to visit Balti?
more, and I spent the month of February in
that city, preaching in St. Paul's, St. Lnke's,
Emanuel and Christ's Church. I also again
visited Washington receiving the most sympa?
thizing and efficient 'aid from the rectors of j
these churches, especially Dr. alaban, of Rt.
Paul's, Baltimore, and Dr. Pinkney. of the
Church of the Ascension, \VaehingroB. By
this visit I collected $4081. During this trip
wnile preaching at St. Pau.'e, Mr1. W. W. Glenn,
of Baltimore, became interested m my work,
and at once he proposed to form a society to
help me. and any other like ea ter pine fi om
the South; but at that time nothing defiuite
came of it
. I returned borne, and on the 13th of March
the first boy earn; to the Home. By the month
of April" thirty-three were inmates. In May,
receiving a lotter from Mr. GI.-un, I went
back to Baltimore, and ho there organized a
society called the Pioneer Sinthern Education?
al Aid Society, with a board of s ame ?f the most
prominent a'ud efficient business men of Balti?
more. We met,'and bdiug satieflri with my
ext ibit bf the use of the fund? at my disposal",
they promised me their support, u being un
leroto -dtbat I would cot look to tueiu longer
dian three years as in thai limo it was sup?
posed that tho Sou'h would recover and bn
able to take care of itself. UD to this time I
pulled smglo-handed. A board of trustees,
composed of Mr. W. C. Bee, Mr John Ha .ciel
and Mr. C. K. Huger, at my nouunauuu. were
elected by the society in Baltimore to act with
me in this city. Frux that rate we have ma le
monthly reports to tho society in Bait more,
which? ' with the sums before collected,
show in the ag.Teg.tte that our expen?
ses were up to the 1st of October. 1808 ?8037
75; of which the society furnisbod $1617 05, a..d
I collected hom. otiier sources at bo.ne am
abroad $6390 7<>.
1 furnished a considerable amount of cloth?
ing, bot i under and upper, to these bo\a. and
ala.) to some in thc lav scnool. Ibis amount
was expeuded for the "outht of the Home, as
Current expenses and tlife support of thirtv
thrtc bojs tor four momba and a ha:f. and the
education of five buudreU lor ten month*. 1
was visited by the agent of the PeabadV fand,
during this time, who expressed groat d .dight
at oiu- management, &c" but who decline.) to
assist us. as lt was .under what he termed sec?
tarian influences, although 1 had Baptis's.
Presbyterians. Methodists and Kornau Catuc?
hes ia the school and in tho Uuine, besides
children ot the church.
Having bad offers of assistance from Trinity
College. Hartford. 1 *eut on two young me? :^
September, who have been tuero during the |
last year, for wboee support I have provided.
In January another young- gentleman from this
achoo! entered tba nam? sollege who has also
been there tbe past year; and of all of these
we liavo thc most flattering reports from the
In October wo commenced the term which
has just expired with three bandred and fifty
scholars, and we bad forty-five inmates of the
home. In November, at tho request of Mr.
Glenn. I visited New York, and through his
influence several prominent and influential
gentiemen engaged to provide a part of the
funds which we would-need. I asked of them
to raise through the society $700 per month for
the term, which was agreed upon, should so
much be required.
In November, 1868, I purchased a house in
the rear of the ?-chool-house for the sum of j
$3500, paying cash $1700. and giving my bond
tor the balance. We have expended $1800 in
additions and improvements upon it. Uf this
amount, $3500 $1200 was collected here and
the balance bas come to me from Wa slung ton,
New York, Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Newark,
and Boston, and Bridgeport, and Hartford,
from benevolent parties wbo having beard of
my work and labor of love, have helped me,
many unsolicited and often anonymously. To
them all we return our teaittelt grateful
thanks. Thia parchase enabled mo to mcroaso
our numbers, and we finally attained to seven?
ty tom- boys in the Home, leaving over seventy
applications unfilled, which we bave had to
refuge for want ot rrom. On the first of Octo?
ber we employed two mal: assis tau ts, and on
first ot January a third.
OJ 1st ot April, finding that tbe girl and boy
school did not work well ior want of room, we
duse-ntinued the girl school, giving up 110 girl
sch"lars; it waa witn great reluctance but una?
voidable. We then dispensed with four T?malo
teachers and one malo teacher. Mrs. Bryan
retired from her past, after faithful and labo?
rious service, in Mardi, and our preseat effi?
cient and most admirable matron, Alida Sea?
brook, was elected by the board. The tuition
of tbs schcol was raised io $1 50 per month for
the lull course -tl 25 for English and 50 couts
per month primary. We seldom have exceeded
$100 tuition dunns this term, and over $800
ure due, little of which we believe will be col?
lected. The inmates of the borne have paid to?
wan ls their expenses from nothing up to $2,
$5, $7, $10, $11 and $12 per month, the latter
being the highest amount paid for board,
washing, physician, medicines, tuition, also
to some a few clothes and shoes and haw.
The inmates of the Home soon increased
from i? to 74 and our expenses for the len
months have been as follows, for tbe Home
sod day school :
Collected by me Contributed by Flo?
at home snd neer Southern Edu. Total,
elsewhere. eatieaal aid >ociety.
October. .1690 0U $125 OU $815 00
Mov'r.... HUS 00 677 48 118148
Decem'r. 330 00 VIT 50 1047 60
January. 683 00 036 ai Ul? 84
Fth'ry... 810 6? 469 61 1280 3D
March... 635 (JO 5;i9 58 1174 5$
April.... 640 0? 499 79 1039 79
May. 670 00 503 98 1173 ?8
/une.621 00 615 4S 11*6 48
Jaiy .48U 00 484 81 984 82
Total..$6664 69 $5300 08 $10.966 77
Collected by self.$5,664 69
Contributed by Baltimore bociety. 5.300 us
Current exppiues for leo mouths.$1J,954 77
Purchase ot Home, ca?h on account col?
lecte! by me. 1,700 60
Improvement on same account, col ected
by me. 1,800 00
Of which $3500 is for real e?tate In hand.
We are now making further additions to
the buildings, and hope to be able to ac?
commodate one hundred boys the next term.
There have been in the Homo from the 18ib of j
MarcU, 1868. to 1st of Aug ist, 1869, IU all
ninety-four boys; of whom seventy four aro
still considered inmates ot the Home; two of
these, 'bough still in the Home, have been at
college in Cbarleatop; two have gooe away to
college; the fifth boy at college, though under
my charge, did not paos through thu school;
ten have gone to work in the country; three
have situations in business, and five have been
otherwise provided for by friends; twelve boys
were confirmed during this tern, sud admit?
ted into the full communion of tho church. Of
the general spiritual, moral and intellectual
advance. I can only say I have done my best,
and behove that we havo bad the signal laver
of Almighty God upon this Christian enter?
prise. Taken as a whole, I never knew better
boys. To Br. William T. Wragg, the physi?
cian of the Home, we are greatly indebted tor
his untiring devotion and practiced skill,
through whom, by Gods favor, we bave no
death to deplore, though wo bare liad some
very ill patients.
No board was ever formed with .more de?
voted and untiring agents than we have bad.
Principal, assistants, male and female, matron,
and even the set-.'ants, all havo seemd to
catch the spirit with which this work was lo?
an^nrated. We como to the close of the term
grateful to them all, biter a season of entire
harmony, confidence and good will. We may
never see tbe fruit of these last two years'
labor, bat I feel persuaded seed has rae? sown
which will bef.r fruit io t me to come, blessing
tbe church, the State and the country.
L, Q ont le mon. beg to return my thanks to
Jon for the aid yon have given me in bringing
bis from au obscure private enterprise out to
a prominent and useful public work. To Mr.
W. W. Glenrs>of Baltimore, I am indebted be?
yond the possibility of return, save in tbe hon?
est gratitude of my heart for helping me to
make this, under God, an entire success. To
the Board in Baltimore, to every subscriber to
the society, to my friends in New York, and in
California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Massachusetts, 1 tender my heartfelt thanks,
and they will permit me to say their efficient
aid has carried cheer and hope into many
widow's heart which knew none before; La
lightened the load from many an orphan, and
opened to all those boys a path through the
sterile desert ot their present life to a land of
promise, promotion and usefulness in the years
whicb are beyond.
To God be all the praise for these and all His
We have no funds wherewith to commence in
the fall, but, relying upon wbat can bo done
for the inmates by their friends-upon the
Christian sympathy and aid of our friends at
home, and upon the liberality of God's people
everywhere, we will (D. V.) begin again as we
started, with this advantage, a work accom?
plished wherewith to commend ourselves to as?
sistance, and not, ss tbon, an experiment ta be
proved whether we had *he ability to compass
it. With tho earnest prayer for God's contin?
ued blessing, through the intercession and
merits of His dear Soo,
I am, gentlemen.
A. 'j OOHER POETES,
Rector of the School and Home,
In Charleston, S. C.
PBOPEBIT RECOVERED.-THE NEWS of yes?
terday mentioned the arrest of a colored man
(who was to have been married last night) for
stealing from his employers, Mesare. Jeffords &
Co., Vendue Range. Yesterday the house of
the to-be wife was searched, and several bot?
tles of fine old whiskey were found-all of
which had been appropriated by tbe said col?
ored man to treat his friends with on his wed?
The accused yesterday evening confessed
that ho had committed tho crime of whicb be
stood charged, stating thai: he concealed him?
self in tho store about four o'clock, P. M., and
when every ono had gono and the store wai
closed, stoic a lot of hams, whiskey and other
?A\ A.N.VAU vs. CHARLESTON. -Appended are
tho innings of the vario is games ot base ball
played between the clubs of Savannah and
Charleston. Thc first and third games were
played ia Sj.vanii.ib, arjd the second and fourth
in Charleston :
FIRST G HIE
Innings. |l;2j3|4|5;U;7;8|9; dal.
Foreft > ?ty I 5 10 1113 10 j 8 I 3 I fl IT I ~27~
Al?n.j SJjjJjj I o I 3 j 1 j 2 I 1 j 1 I 16
len lug j. I 1 ; 2 ! 3 I 4 ; 5 ! 6 . 7 Total.
Fotest Cit*....! 3 ! 0 15 10 1113 1 4~"l lo"
Alert.j 5 |1.> |ll I ? \ 5 ? 4 j 1 | 51
luntucM. 1 ! 2 |_3_i 4 I 6 I 6 j 7 I H I u lotal.
ForertOityfc" I 1 I O I 7 I 4 j 7 ? 151 ! I 1 j "TT
AI rt.I 4 I I' j 7 j a ! U I O I ll| 3 i 3 j ta
Iuuiij;4-._ '1 2 i 3 I 4 ; 3 I 0 I 7 j 8 I 9 iTotal"|
Savannah..: 5 | il j 0 j 8 j 6 I 9 i 1 l~3 I 6 I 35
i aro: u i.. .! ? j I , ii I 5 I J I '/ 1 j ._> I u I 17
The above tables show that of the four gam's
played, two have becu won by Savannah and
two by. Charleston making hem equal on the
games wou; bat if thc totals bo added it will
tc 6ccu that Charleston is ahead, counting 129,
while Savannah couuts 120.
THB mdUBm yacht Eleanor, baring been
newly painted and fitted np, can now be cm
(raged by parties desiring to matte excursions
around the harbor, on application to the
Messrs. Goldsmith, Vendue Bange.
BETTBN OF DB. HICKS.-Dr. Hicks, the ju?
nior pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, has
returned to the city after a pleasant visit) of
some weeks to different points in the interior,
where bis engagements called him. The press
of the op-country were warm in their praises
of hiB eloquence, and bis congregation aad
large circle of friends will have an opportunity
of hearing lim on next Sabbath morning at
St. John's Lutheran (Dr. Bachman's) Church.
RETTJBN OF THE SAVAHNAH BASE BAU
CLUB.-Yesterday afternoon a telegram waa
received from Mr. McCabe, president of the
Carolina Base Ball Clnb, who is in Savannah,
stating that the Savannah Cub would arrive
here on the steamer Dictator on Saturday eve?
ning. We understand that the dob will be
met at the boat by a committee from the Car?
olina Clnb and escorted to the Charleston Ho?
tel. The game will bo played upon. Citadel
Green Monday afternoon.
HOTEL ABBTVALS, AUOOST 5.- Cliarlesion Ho?
tel.-J. D. Hoftard, on the Wing; M. Coulter
and lady, Savannah; E. P. Call, city; W. Gay?
lord, H. B. Brown, J. J. Flannagan, F. F. Bus?
sell, F. H. Cohen, New York; J. Aldin, C. B.
Barnatt. North Carolina; T. M. Form?n, Geor?
gia; J. C. Gillett, AngUita, Ga.
Pavilion Hotel-Vf. Little, Eeiiuettaville; J.
JJ. Hammett, South Carolina; J. R. Terry,
Walterboio'; J. Pooser, Orangehurg; A. Hull,
New York; J. Talbird and SOD, Beaufort; H. C.
Merritt, Savannah; H. W. Johnstou, New York;
D. Pairridgo, Selma; C. W. Sayrn -, Montgom?
A THIEF BOBBED.-Early yesterday John
Martin, colored, arose to take the boat for Sa?
vannah, but was astonished to Sod that bis
valise which be bad nicely packed the night
before was missing. A short search led to the
finding of the valise ina churchyard on Cal
horn-street, ripped to pieces, acd the contents,
a watch, $32 and three suits, missing. Jim
Hill, colored, had been to ace John at eleven
o'clock the night before, and John had him
arrested by the detectives.
It is reported dat John, who, by the way,
was sentence i to two yean'.Imprisonment for,
larceny, but was pardoned ont after a short
stay by Governor Scott, on ascertaining that
he was robbed, said that he thought he was
sharp enough in the thieving line to prevent
any one from stealing from him.
IXTEBNAL REVENTE BOOKS, for Wholesale
Liquor Dealers, Leaf Tobacco Dealers and
Cigar Manufacturers; also, Bakers' Bread
For silo by NEUFVILLE'A HANNAM,
Aus nat 6 3 No. 9 Broad-street.
B.LLS OP THE BANK OF THE STATE OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, old and new taus, by
A. C. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commltaion Agent,
August 4 wfl No. 25 Bi~ad- street.
JAMES H. WILSON,
BANKER AND BROKER,
Ko. 5 Broad-street.
STOCKS BONDS AND GOLD BOUQHT AND
earned, or sold short io New York on sarglns.
DEPOSITS received and interest allowed.
FX CE ANGE, STD KS, BONDS, GOLD, SILVER,
COUPONS AND UNCUHBENT BANK NOTES,
bought and sold on current rates and on commis?
COLLECTION* promptly attended to.
DEAF TS for ?ale of ?1 and upwards on England,
Ireland, Paris and Berlin. ftulO July 30
j> X N K K K 5 ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEB3 AND UEO
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of aoy description, cm gel their orden
filled promptly and in the neatest aryle, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
119 East Bay.
Shirts cn* /nr?isljinfl
YOLK SHIRTS AT
THE GREAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CRAVATS
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARLETY
ic, Sec., Sec.
PBIBTS rea-'yrnade and made to order. Direc?
tions lor measurement sent by ma:!.
(vnntlemea's Farntsh'og *loro,
Meeting-stre^t, opposite the M?rket.
Jut j 8 Din 6mo*
So. UV KIVCS-STlliiKT,
Ote dcor bf-low Market.
A FULL ASSORTMENT Or
llEi, SCARFS, H \N DK F. Kt ' H ! LI .Sj
SHIRTS COLLAH3, GLOVES
LOM ERY AND LN'DEEWEAB.
FI VU SHIRTS TO OHDKR,
G O O 1> S .
Ju'y 22 Cmos
gti \Mr*i>uINO WU llAlU-CUTTIA?U.
attended at th? ir residences promptly and at re.isoi
Send osders to W. E MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, SI liroaj-?trsai np ?tam.)
fr* @00*s, Eil.
ITEW DR/IT Q-OOIDS STORE.
No. 228 KING-STREET,
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR DOORS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
THE F?BSCBIRKR, HAVING WlTHBBAWN FROM T HE F TB M 80 LONG KNOWN AS THAT OF TJF
F KU HA DDT A CAMPSEN, has openod a DB? GOODS K-TA bLlaHMKNT OD lita own account, at the
above well known ?land.
The undersigned, having been for manv years connected with the Ctr Goods Business in this city, ia
thoroughly acquainted wi tu the wanta el this commuait'. He ha? Jast purchased in New York, and
now c tTers to the public, the FRESHEST 81OCK, SUITABLE TO THI> MARKET, and one of the best that
ha? ?ver boen < Sexed, 'de will make blspii es very re sonable, and thereby copes to retain and ?eceive
that full share of custom lo which he considers bimsell entitled at the hands of his friends and the public.
fm wi mo
piiUTOCllAPII COLO KIN G.
PERSONS TI8RING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPH*
tinted with cure and taste can bave their orders
promptly nDcd by leaving them at Holmes' Book
Houae. Writ ten directions should in each case be
given as to th? style of coloring pteierred.
July 23 3mo**
for ?i? Tjj,
af ?auby> Soifliju?.
August 4 wfm3mos
Cit > CT ll CWKULISA HA I Ll tl-AU.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON. t?. C.. April 9,1??9. 1
QN AKT> APTER KprDA?. APRIL Urn, TH?
PA>SL"OEB ILAlN.s of thc South Caiol-ia Rail?
road will run aa follows :
Leave Charleston.8.S0 A. *?
Arrive at Augusta.4.44 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mont -orupry. 51(!nipti>
Nashville and Ne? Orleans via Monuirceij an.
Leave Charle-ton.,.fl."0 A. ll
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. al
Connecting with Wilmington aud Manet titer R til
road, snr. Camden tram
r'WJi : H ?KLESTOS.
Leite augusta.O.iu i. ?L
Arrive at Charleston.MO P. M
Lea re Coinmbia.7 4*7 A. H
Arrive at Charleston.6.11) P.
Al'uCST* Mii.ll ti'I'Rtrfd
Leave Ccarlei.ton.7.SO P. ?a.
Arrive at Augusta.S.lu K. U
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and Kew Orleans, v a Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. SI
Arrive at Charlestun.4.90 A. >
COLUMBIA NIG BT KXPREaS.
Leave Charleston._.6.0S P. U
Arrive at Columbia.4.4C A. at
Connecting t.-undayp excepted> with Greenville au?
Leave Columbia.5.6u P. M
Arrive at Charleston.0.30 A. U
Leave Charle, ton.3. ?5 P. Ji
Arrive at Summerville. SA OP. at,
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.23 A. V
Camden and Columbi? Paeseoaer Trains on MON?
DAYS, WEINESDATB and SATURDAYS, connects with
np and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.33 A. ll
Arri?eat Columbia.11.00 A. at
Leave Columbia.2.*'P. M
Arrio at Camden.7.0S P. al.
Signed) H. T. ('EARL,
April 10 General Snr>enut?ndenl.
PAHKHfN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OF TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUET ARI r.FCOMK ENDED BT TBC
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
MannfactnTed by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CBBLTST AND APCTSBCAB7,
t&~For Sale by Druggists Everyv>herc.~Wk
Febiuaiy 15 mwnyr
I A N O S ! I* I A NOS!!
COLD MEDAL FOR 1SCS HAS .TT'ST iiKKr
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. ? I" LEM- PO It
THE BE-IT PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW 1?OBS
OFFICE AND WABEBOOJl. NO. 7 N. LIBLETi.
S I R F KT, ABOVE BALTIMORE'.'TREM,
GA LT I MOI: MU.
STIKFF'S PIANO-? HAVE ALL THE LATEST
Improvement, lucludlnr the Aitrane irenic, ivotj
iront*, ami HIP iinprovcJ French Action, nilly wat
ranted tor arc years, with privilege of exrliatm'
aithin twelve months il not entirely satteftictory U I
purcba*er. cerond-?anilcd Pianos aud Tarlo: O' j
<.'%Uf always ou hand in* in $30 tn$300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE OCR MASt* ? CSE:
Se?era I Robert K. Lee, t exlnat'.m, Va.
Gen -ral Robert R.n.-o.n. H-'iuuiu :o:.Aj. ti.
General D. H HUI. dwrWte, N C. J*1
Governor John Letcber, Lexington ^a.
Messrs. lt. Barwell & tous, CLurione, 5.0" Ir
C. V.. Uhldick, Female College. Eiltreu i Sprng?,
N. C. ,
Hi'hop Wilmer, New Or'c.ms, Li.
Max ^trakobcb, ItaU-nOpera
Ibfssre Pii'isoi) & Sons, Sumter, S. C.
i baric1- -peupor. OharlfSion f!.
Scud lur.i circular. Torn? I t?rai.
_Pwfl8j (Eljcmiials, (Etc.
A HUT'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Letter from Bon. Alex. H. St phau, of Georgia.
OBAwpoBDevnxB, Ga beptember ?. 1868
Darby's Prophylactic F.uid 1s aa article of little
cost, but ureas value. Ita domestic, as well as medi?
cinal uses are numerous, wblle its specialties are
moat wonderful I have not been without it for
ten >ears, and no head of a lamily who can afford
to have it should be without it.
ALEX. H. STEPHENB.
THE WOBDKKPUli VAULT MK DI.
Letter from the Surgeon-General of th-, late Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., January U. 18G9.
Jome DJ?HBY A Co., No. 160 William-street. New
Gmtlm-n-l have received your Mter of the 13th
Of December, 1868, calline my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
. I most cheer: ully state that the Finid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
chsrge of general hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with creat benefit to the patients-all the snr
geor.s making a favorable report-a great deal of it
was usc* ia the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
tJAM'L PREa'lON MOORE, M. D,
? MOBY COLLEGE, OXTOBD. GA.. December 2*. 1868.
Prof. DABBY. Dear Sir-Having not bren en?
gaged for maoy years in tLo active duties of tba
Medical profession. I am enly superficially acquaint?
ed with the claims el your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical elementa
Willie, thereiore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of the compound, yet the disinfecting and
toeraKuttc properties of the ogenas employed in its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion ot Its discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard its meriti as of a high order; on the whole it
must be considered aa a valuable coutrioution to the
close of articles to which it belcnga.
These views, I may adel, are sustained by the tea ti?
mely of many competent judges, who have tested
its properties. Eelieve me, dear slr.
A. MEANS, M.D., LL. D.
cutts BURNS. WOUNl>8, STINGS, dee.
ALABAMA IXSAJTB HOSPITAL. ")
TUSCALOOSA. December 92.1868. J
Messrs. JOHN DABBT A Co., No. 160 William-street,
Ger.Ue.ven-1 received your eire alors of the If th
instant, asking an expression or opinion from me aa
to the merits of your Prophylactic Fin d. The pre?
paration has been so g.-neral)) used by the profes?
sion and pnblic at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to me to need no further recom?
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too. when in?
dicated, it is not excelled bv any similar preparation.
We nee peroieanganic prepatations very extensively
m this hesp? tal, and cou'd not do without them. I
consider yourg tue best and most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured,
respectfully yours, Ac,
P. BRICE. M. D.,
Sup't and I by stefan Alabama Insane Bospltal.
DO wit, Si .noise,
May 2?5 tutbs3mos Agents for South Carolina.
,t> ?ROSADALIS. ?
GOODKICH, W'1VE.1I Aft il CO..
Direct Importers or European Drugs and Chemicals,
May8 stuthlyr CHABLESTON. S. C.
JJ K lt G'S U?lVKtxSAL.KUSSIAN
' HEALING SALVE.
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HAS EFTEOTED
innumerable cores, and bas gjined tor its: lr a creat
reputation. 1 he discoverer ol' this Salve has applied
ltwith eminent succers in thousands of cases dur?
ing the Crimean War, and has cured dangerous
wuiinds, in manv cases considered mortal.
MR. E. bEBG is the so.e possessor ot the valuable
secret ot makins tb is t-alve; from Lia experience in
using it in Europe and ibe success attending tts ap?
plication there, he has been induced to introduce lt
into tbo United Mates. IT RELIEVES PAIN!
'lho.-e ?ho bavo Wont d?. Bruises, Cuta of all
kinda, or Sores, Felon*, Scratches. Musquito bites.
Frost Bitten Joints, Sore Lins, Chilblat ?. Children's
scorbutic complaints on Head and Fa. e, are speedllj
cured. It has proved < f great advantage to ladies,
and is peculiarly adapted for fathered breast*, ?ore
legs, Ac. through confinement, am) other canst H
It acts like mairie in removing Boils. Pimples, snd
Cutaneous Diseat-es, and has been euccc-sfully
used for <:orns. Uunio-is and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing exti mal y every ? venirg before going to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Price 25c. 50c, and $1
per Jar. Office. N?. 260 Bowery, N. V. None genuine
unless countersigned E. HERO'S UNIVERSAL RUS?
SIAN MALINO SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New
York. Pot sale by JOHN F. HEN RY, No. 8 College
rlace. New York. " statt ly_July a
p.itEs H D lt V ? s
GKIM AULT Si CO.'S P li KP,V II AT IO.\ S
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHIIE OF LIME
AH fresh from Pari.', and for sale by
Ur. ll. BAKU,
May 8 Na 131 M EETING- STREET.
?\ o L o (; % i : ,
fDPERTOR TO TBE BEVT IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manutactured a^d bold wholesale
and retail br Dr. H ? vhB,
june 21 No. 131 Meeting street.
rpo RKNUVE GKKASK SPOTS.
U?E TflE D'J L'ELU LI?HLLED
Prepara!, atid .'or .-ale, nho>?aIc and ret iii, bj
DE. H. BA?.K,
M.i> jj No. 131 MeiUtg-strt-ct.
J I . ll ti 31 P UIIK?Si
tl*OR Dil, A?97?0XEKR AND COMMIS
SJ ny MKH'.UAy 1.
S.\r.!--? t i Ht AL EiT-'-TR. eTOt:JIS.EONJ?.<,S5
C~5ITIEn AM' PERSONAL PROPERTY
yo. '?7 ? lt O .? O' S T Ii K lt 1
CHAKI J ?TON. 8. C.
Lion. HES > BUIST, W. ?, MAGRATH, Es^.
?;?-neral JAMES CONN Kt, T. K, WAHIN9, fc.;q.
,T. !>t II blil'EultliM.,
No. 37 LJKFSTItEF.T,
BETWEEN KING ANT ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVE B l DESCRIPTION AM
BUILDING MATERIAL, MME nn.l Pl ASTER
INO LATHS.PAINTS. OILS. GI-At?!>E>, SHtSGLhf
also OROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Kc* <OL
??tuutly on hatid ?t tho lowest market unce?.
September 12 lutUs'.yi
Furniture of a Fnnilu Declining Hotutkeep^
BY JOHN fi. MI LAOR & CO.
TH rs DAY, Friday, tb? 6th matant, ? btlf-past If
o'clock wai be sold at the residence (ontbeast cor?
ner nf Ulnorl'y and Wall street?.
The t TJ3NITURt of a tsaally decJn'.og housckeeo
C058DTTKO or :
One MFLODFON, 0?F CBDE>K Mahogany Hair
Seat chairo, Mahogany Dining Table, one Br?msels
Carpet, Matting, Window ehad-s. Bedsteads. M atv
treises, Feather Bed?, Crockery, ?Jlaaiware, Cook?
ing Store. Kitrhen Utensils, ftc.
Conditions cash. Ar Melts to be removed same
day as early as poseib o a ngnat 6
Closing Sale oj the Season of Doole, Shoe? and
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS DAT. at IO o'clock, I will sell at mr
store. corn?r of Slog and Tibertv-srreeti.
75 C AsEs BOO IS AND SHOES,
CONSIST?S a cr:
Cases Men's Cali, <"on ress and OXFORD TIES,
Serge Congress ann Base Ball > bnes Calf and Buff
Brogans, Balmorals, Malaien**. Oxford He* and
slippers, Ladles' Serge Con?cete end Pollab Boots
Etd Balmoral*, BU-klns and Ties Women's Goat,
and Enamelled Bootees, S to 9 and tl to 9 cartoons
vi ass' and children's 4 lies, slipper? and Balmo?
20 cases (120 dozm) Men's and Roy's Black ai? S
Pari Ali ine, Italian. 1 roadway, Yoong America
HATS. *e_A agu?t6
Will sell. TBI? DAT.. Friday, 6-hinst.. at half peat
9 o'clock, at No. 136 Meeting-street,
rUPKR'OK PABLOB CH MBH, >OFAS, LOT/V
ar*. Rocker?. Took Cases, Wardrobe? and House?
hold Furniture, Bedding, Ac, without reserve.
Auirusi e "
Three Story Brick Dwelling and flore. South
Side Tradd-ttreet, known aa No. 27.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. g. BRUN?,
Will be told on TUEttMY, 10th ic t., at ll o'clock;
at the old Posiomce,
That desirable THREE STORY BRICK DWELr
i INO AND STORE on the south side of Ttadd
r tract, known aa No. 97 House oontaius six square
rooms, bnck kitchen, tc Lot mea nares 28 feet
front, by 100 feet ia deptb, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
?tamps. faru3 August 0
paints, ?ils, (Etc.
QA31EKO.\, BARKLEY ?? CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR ?AW HILLS, and
yy H X T K LEAD,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. Ac, Ac.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, BAKKLKY A CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland itwuia..
January 1 ;v," - '.
ILS! on. si UILS;
10OJ GALLONS PURE 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
SOO GALLONS REFINED NEAT8FO0T OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAM Kit ON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLE ABLE CAST ?BOH
E IT Tl Nf IS, tor steam and water.
CASIE HOM, BARK LE VACO..
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
O O F 1 IV G TIN
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES TX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
- 25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20 ,
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES JLXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES TX XXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TLNSMAN'S SOLDEE, SPEL?
TER, Ac, Ac
IN STOKE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMEROS*, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
STEAM GAUGES, GONGS, GAUGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
OLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GAUGES. GLASS GAUGE TUBES
MERCURY GAUGES, LOW WATER A/EIEO
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
E L T I N G BELTING:
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, i, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DBE8SED L'CK
m DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
1W BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOE9
750 YARDS GUM PACKUNG, 1-16 INCH TO
* INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 TN CH TO li INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1%
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
IT ALIAN HF MP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAM P. KOW, ll \ :< KL K Y di CO.,
Nortbeisl Comer Meeting and Cumberland afreet*.
J_*TOLMES di MACBETH,
So. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, b. C..
BROKERS. AUC'IIONEEKb. REAL ESTATE
G E \ JAKA li COMMISSION AGENTS
Will arttend to Renting andCo*!ecf!ngol Kenia
and purchase and sale ci stocks Bonne, Gold,
Sliver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase ot Good* ani Rupp?ea for partie
IL the country upon reasonable lern?.
GEOttol L. Hoi m.s..?T.EIA.NI?'L MACBETH.
/ lllA ItliESTON AO Ul Ct LT U ft Al^jj
' WAREHOUSE AND 6E?D SI DRE.
n>;mci'L:VR.\l IMPLEMENTS, GABIES
ELLERDE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.?
OEi?. E. I'INQRKE,
Nc. HO Meet:n;-ttreet, Charlene*.
March 21 Cruo