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THE DAILY NEWS.
jjl?tmmt Clrr-nl?tton-TBE DAILY NEWS
BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HATING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE OITT OP CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE RgSTOFFICE AT THE END Ol
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PRO VIS
tONS OF TEE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
Tas CJLABLESTON NKWS, the circulation of |
which ia ?boat twice as large as that ot any
other paper published in South Carolina, is the
boat advertising medium for all business meo.
For persona who want situations or servants;
who want houses or apaitments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or (band articles of value,
THE NEWS has no equal ; and in order that al)
classes may have their wants s applied, we have
adopted the following scale of CHEAP AD VES?
T?S ntxs TS, payment for which most invariably
be made when fte order 1? given:
Advertisements of situations wanted by or
offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, honse-servantd, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
l?t; articles loot or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous warne of aH kinda.
For each insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
Met exceeding naenurau or 30 worls....V osota
?? Fora Lisas or 80 words.io ?
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All ad vert iaementa to be inserted at these
ratea moat be prepaid and delivered at Taw
NEWS office br 9 P. H.
Mange af Tfteraaeaneter at tia* News
8 A. M.
3 P. M
8 P. M.
Heelings Tala Dar.
Franklin Lodge, Et 8 P. IL
German fire Company, at 3 P. IL
Cotton and Bice Factors, at 12 M.
A notion Sales This Day.
JESTOESS ft Co. will sell at 12 o'clock, at
-the southeast corner of Woolie and Meeting
streets, contents of a grocery store.
BOWSES A SXLOOX will sell nt 10 o'clock, in j
Xing-street, second door below Queen, contents
Of a variety store.
WnxiAX MCKAY wilt sell at 10 o'clock, at
bis store, furniture, carpets, Ac.
VB. M. MATWTAT.T, ft BBOTHEB will sell at half
past 10 o'clock, at their office, horse, mole,
farni'ore, ott. - -
N. A. HOBT will sell st 10 o'clock, st his
store, boots, shoes, ftc.
MILES DEAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, dry goods, fte.
TEE NEWS ur THE COUNTM.-Beaders of
THE NEWS going to the country can receive
their favorite paper by mai], daily, at seventy
five cents a month, by addressing a note, with
their subscription, to oar publication office.
SALE or BEAL ESTATE AND STOCKS-The fol?
lowing efl es were made yesteiday by Messrs.
Leitch ft Brans :
Tbs three story brick dwelling and store, on
the south side of Tradd-street (No. 27,) for
People's Bank steak at 83 65 per share. City
stock at 60*. _ .
LADIES' MUTT AL Aro ASSOCIATION.-The re?
port of the receipts and expenditures, of this
association, for the month of Joly, 1869, con?
sists of the following amounts, viz: To bal?
an?a, $15 22; Salesroom account, $100 85; Sub?
scriptions, $68 70; Donations, $10. Total- j
$225 77. By cash paid, $108. Balance on hand
Joly 81st, $117 77. Amount or ordered work
daring the month, $63 90.
DBUO LABELS-We desire to rall the atten?
tion of druggists in the oity and throughout
the State to the peculiar facilities of Tn NEWS
-4bb Office for printing all kinds of drag labels,
prescription blinks, ftc., at the shortest no
tice, and in a style unsurpassed anywhere in
the country. Oar stock of cats, borders tad
fancy type'ia unusually large and choice. Call
and examine specimens of work.
DEATH or AB OLD WILMINGTON PHTSICTAN.
The Wilmington Journal saye: "Dr. James F.
McBee, Senr., one of our^oldeat and most es?
teemed ritissns, and one who ranked among
the first medical men of tbis country, died at
his residence m this oity on Monday at the ad?
vanced age of seventy-four years. His death
was sadden and wholly unexpected, and is at?
tributed to some disease of the throat, quinsy,
it is thought.*' _
VAGRANCY, DBUNKEN.NESS AND Win BEAT?
ING-Bussell Warren, colored, and Patrick
Do nah oe, were sentenced by tbe Mayor yester?
day to ten days' imprisonment each in the
House of Correction for drunkenness and va?
grancy. N. Stobfell was fined five dollars for
being; drunk and beating bis wife. Any man
can enjoy the luxury (what it is to some brotes)
of- wife-beating if it does not coat any more
than five dollars.
HOTEL ARRIVAIS, AUGUST 10.-Pavilion Ho?
tel-D. 3. Dinman, Aiken; P. Gayle, steamer
Eobo; G. P. Nelson, Kirgstree; J. Hamlin,
Florida; J. J. Nettles, South Carolins; J. E.
China, Northeastern Bailroad; E. L. Jones,
gtan way boro', 8. C.
Charleston Hotel.- ti. Collattion, B. P.
Tonkston, New Tork; W. Ludlow, Sirs. J. H.
Baldwin and child, Mrs. C. H. Potter and
A COLORED WOMAN KILLED BX HEB SON-IN
LAW.-On Monday afternoon a colored man,
name! Albert Millhoose, killed Levmia Pris?
i?n, his mother-in-law. The parties live on
Goosecreek, about fifteen miles from the city.
It appears that for some months past Lavinia
and Millhouse have been at enmity, and on
Sunday afternoon had a quarrel. Ou Monday
Lavinia weat to the Windsor Hill plantation
where Millbonse worked. Millhouse was at
home, and Lavinia on seeing bim commenced
a tirade of abuse-among other tbiogs accu?
sing him of having slandered her dangh ere.
A scuffle ensued and she knocked him down.
She then gave some signal, and her Dusband and
two ?aagh: era came np. The combined forces
commenced an assault upon Millhoase, who
rushed io the boase, seized bis lins and fled,
.hotly pursued by the attacking force, Lavinia
leading. She came np with Millhouse, and (as
he says) he tamed, and, wiih the rifle cangbt
with both hands, pushed ber off. She seized
the weapon and he jerked it a** av. As he did
so it went off. The ball entered ber neck and
caused her death a half au hour afterward.
X Millhoose was brought to the city yesterday
morning and lodged in the guardhouse. Coro?
ner Whiting will go to tho plantation to-d.iy
and hold an inertes r.
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
The regular meeting ol Council waa held last
evening, at which were present Mayor Pills
bury, Aldermen E. W. M. Mackey, Cunning?
ham, Barrow, Toigt, T. J. Mackey, Greene,
Potter, white ; E. P. Wait, Small, Hampton,
Holloway, L. F. Wall, McKinlay, colored.
The proceedings of the last meeting were
read and confirmed.
Petilion of E. Wallace was referred to Com?
mittee on L'censo.
Petition of John Tienckeu was likewise re?
Petition of Jacob Mills was referred to Com?
mittee en Buildings.
Petition of Joseph W. Harrisson and others
was referred to Committee on Lighting
Petition of B. S. Bennett was referred to
Committee on Steam Engines.
Petition of Moses Levy was granted.
Petition of sundry storekeepers on South
Bay waa referred to Committee ou City Lands'
' Petition of Isaac Brown and others was re"
ferred to Committee on Lighting Streets.
Petition of Messrs. Risley & Creighton wes
referred to Committee on Ways and Means.
Petition of three thousand of the taxpayers
of the city, prayiog that the bill "to create a
board ot colored fire mas tera," Ac, bs not pass?
ed, was, on motion of Aldsrmao Voigt, receiv?
ed as information and ordered to be printed.
Petition of Moses Lory and ot ber stevedores,
stating that the bill to "regulate licenses far
stovsdoresn was not calculated to advance the
interests of the merchants or stevedores, and
with sundry merchants requesting that tbe
bill be not passed, was, on motion of E. W. M.
Mackey, received as information.
Committee of Ward Ou3 reported favorably
upon petitions of Messrs. Od tern aus, H. Dos
oher, J. Pinckney, C. L. Kornahrens, S. A.
Woodside-all of which were accepted.
Committee of Ward Seven reported that a
satisfactory arrangement had been made with
Mr. George Addison, to wind up Ut. Michael's
dook for oue year for $250. The contract was
The bill to "or?ate th? office of Inspector
General of Timber and Lumber," &c, was
On the second reading of the bill, the second
section was so amended aa to deprive th? In?
spector-General of the power of appointing the
ins peaton and measurers.
The sixth section of the old ordinance reads:
"All sticks shall be distinctly marked with the
size and length, and private mark of the sur?
Alderman T. J. Maokey sugg*-s ted th it as it
was not at all necessary to mark upon the
sticks the size and lengtb^of the surveyor, the
size and length of the sticke be marked upon
After two hours' discussion, the bill was
slightly amended and passed to its third read?
ing, sad was then ordered to be engrossed for
ratification at the next meeting.
Alderman Greene said he behoved that those
persons who signed the petition protesting
against the adoption of tho stevedores' bill had
signed it without knowing anything about the
Alderman T. J. Maokey, on introducing a re?
solution requiring the Mayor to furnish six
comfortable chairs for the use of the reporters
of the press, made some very facetious remarks,
and it was carried unanimously.
Counoil then adjourned, to partake of a sup?
per furnished by the chimney contractors.
CRUMBS.-The negro Wm Darrell, who was
put on the police force, and suspended when it
was ascertained that he was charged with be?
ing one of the ringleaders of the late riot, baa
been discharged from the force.
The floodgates of Bennett's Mills were wash?
ed away by the high tide of Monday.
Some of the chimney contractors gave the
City Council a supper last night. Their busi?
ness is to remove swallows and other things,
not to supply swallow-ore.
The ootton and rice factors will meet at
Messrs. Fraser A Dill's office at 12 M. to-da v.
THESE THOUSAND IAXPATKBS OPPOSE THE
BILL TO ESTABLISH A BO ABD or COLORED FIRI
MiSTEBs.-By reference to the proceedoigs of
the meeting of Council last night, it will be
seen that a petition, signed by three thousand
taxpayers of the city, praying Council not to
pass the "Bill to declare certain colored fire
companies a part of the Fire Department, and
to establish a board of colored flremasters in
the City of Charleston," was read, received as
information, and ordered to be published. The
petition is aa follows:
To the Honorable the Mayor and Aldermen
of the City of Charleston:
The undersigned, your memorialists, citizens
and taxpayers of Charleston, respectful ly pre?
sent, that they have viewed with deep regret
and anxiety the introduction into Council of a
bill entitled "A bill to declare certain colored
fire companies a part of the Fire Department,
and io establish a Board of Colored Flremas?
ters in tho City o' Charleston," the provisioos
of which, if enacted, will, in tho opinion of
your memorialists, tend to perious ?vils, and
bi of detriment to the best interests of the
The Fire Department, as now constituted,
bas ever bsen harmonious, efficient in ser?
vice, and m all resprotB has realized tbe hopes
of the community, and still retains its fullest
The introduction into the department at
this time of an element of discord and dissa?
tisfaction to its members, such oe is contem?
plated by another and rival Board of Firemas
teis, composed exclusively of oolored persons,
is not only uncalled for by any exigencies of
the service, but will add largely to the burden
of the taxpayer by the increase of city expen?
diture; besides this, the size of the depart?
ment, both as regards the number of engines
and its members, is larger than that of any
other city in the Union in proportion to its
population, and its increase would only render
it un wieldly and cumbersome.
Composed, as tho department now is, of ma?
terial concordant and hornos DOOUS, united
together in a band of fellowship from long as?
sociation and f eling of deep in erest in the
welfare and safety of the community, they
are Jealous of any innovations wbich would
sully their Rood name and ultimately reBult in
the dib tn em beim'-nt of the department.
lu these feelings your memori dists deeply
sympathize, and they pray that tbe Fire De?
partment of Charleston, so long considered as
a model for all others, may remain undisturb?
ed under ns present admirable and satisfactory
And your memorialists will ever pray, kc.
Alderman T. J. Mackey, at twelve o'clock
last night, endeavored to bring the bill up, but
the members were wearied ou-, and adjourned
with int permitting him to io or say anything
in the matter.
At a regular monthly meeting of the St.
Patrick's Benevolent Society, held on the 10th
instant, the following preamble and tesolutions
were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Some time ago a petition was got?
ten up in favor of the orphans under the charge
sf tbe Sisters of Mercy, by the members of |
this society, and numerously signed by the
most influential and wealthy citizens of
Charleston ; and whereas, Alderman T. J.
Mackey, in preseutmg said petition, al a meet?
ing of the City Council, held on the 27th ult.,
md by his manly, logical and eloquent re?
marks, expressed in clear terms the wishes and
lesires of the taxpayers, and was instromen
al in having temporary relief voted for by
Jonncil to expend immediate relief to the or
1. Resolved. That the mcmbsrs of tho St.
fatrick's Becevolent Society gratefully thank
the high-minded and liberal citizens who
signed the petition.
2. Resolved, That they hereby pass a vote
of thanks to tbose who voted for Alderman
Mackeys resolution, viz: Hon. Mayor Pills
bory; Aldermen T. J. Mackey. Voigt, E. W. H.
Hackev, Cunnircuam, Hampton, Thorne, E.
P. WaU, L. F. Wall, Greene and Oollins.
S. Resolved, That the members of this so?
ciety, irrespective of political parties, admire
the manly and sincere action of Alderman T.
J. Mackey on the occasion, and that it is, and
shall ever be, dnly appreciated by them and
the friends of the destitute orphans.
4. Resolved, That a copy or these resolu?
tions be sent to bis Honor the Mayor and to
each of the above mentioned Aldermen.
5. Resolved. Thar these resolutions be pub?
lished in THE DAILY NEWS and Courier.
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of the Burns1 Charitable Asso?
ciation, held at their ball, Wentworth-street,
on the evening of July 25, 1869, the following
preamble and resolutions were unanimously
Whereas, The Almighty God, in his dispen?
sation, baa suddenly removed from our midst
our much esteemed associate and member, Mr.
JOHH MCKAY; therefore, be it
Resolved, That bis death bas stricken na
with sorrow, and caused a linic in tbe golden
ctiSiu of our friendship to be broken.
Resolved, That in his death we have lost an
associate to whom wo were united by the ties
of fraternal feeling. A* a friend, he was ever
found true and faithful; as a companion, loving
and love'd; generous in l he highest degree, he
possessed all those sterling qualities which
united make the true man.
Reso'ved, That our sympathies are with
those relatives bereaved by his loss, and al?
though departing this life in a land far distant
from the borne of bis childhood, he received
every atfentiyn in his d.ving moments, and his
remains were followed to the crave by a large
and sympathetic concourse of friends.
Resolved, That i copy of these resolutions be
engrossed and forwarded to bis nearest rela?
tives, and that a page in oar Minute Book be
appropriated to bis memory.
Wu. KNOX. Chairman Committee.
WM. BOY, Secretary.
LUECH AT TOBOX'S, "Our House," to-day will
consist of green turtle soup, boiled fish, boiled
mutton, caper sauce, v< al ehowdcr, ftc.
LIGHT READING FOB THE WA BM WK A THEE.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Sighter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer in booka
and periodicals of all kinds. His list will be
found to i ucl ude something to snit every taste,
and it seems to os a marvel how he can afford
to send his books by mail over the coontry,
post-paid, at the ridiculously low prices named?
STOCKS UP THE OLD BANKS
Apply to H. H. DELEON,
August 10_2_No. M Broad-atreet.
J> A \ K K K 9 ,
8TOCE AND EXCHANGE B?OKEB3 AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checke, Bianka, Letter Head?, or
Job Printing of aoy description, c:n get their order?
oiled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by spplying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Ea?t Bay.
Shirts uni /nrnisbiorj t?oote.
YOLK SHIRTS AT
(1 E T
TBE QBEAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPEB COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER C?FF8
HOSIERY, IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CEAYATS
UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY
Ac, Ac., Ac.
8HIBTS ready made and made to order. Direc?
tions for measurement sent by mail.
Gentlemen's Furnishing store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
July 8 DAG Cmos
No. ?19 KIA Cr-ST II Ifi KT,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIF3. SCARF?, HANDKERCHIEFS
[ baiRTP, COLLARS, GLOVES
BOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
FI ME SHIRTS TO UKDER,
Ju'y M_ 6mos
~~ _ fin jtti.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
Inted with care and taite can have their orders
iromptly filled by leaving tbem at Holmes' Book
louse. Written directions should in each case be
tiven as to the style of coloring pieferred.
'?1? 23 3mw*
A*" ??OE.JOHN GILI
J? N O X <fc GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Pm. 125 SJIITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COITON, BICE, Ac. RE
PEOTFCLLY solicited, and liberal advances toad*
Hereon. Orders for CORN and BACON prompt!'
recatad with care and attention. Sines Ma; li
?BuQiftttt,, (Lastings, (Str.
J_? B N B R B V'S
IMPROVED MCCARTHY OIN,
Ginning "Fine Upland Cotton."
LATE CHA>GE9 MU? IK THIS GIN ADAPTS
it to the Rinning of UPLAND CO i TON. The nie ot
it, by . few. on thia cotton last season proved that it
enhanced the val np of the Colton, as it does not in.
jure the staple in the slightest degree.
Planters will find it to their sdvan'age, and are re?
quested to examine into this Gin, particularly those
who have planted the finer grades ot Upland Cotton.
1 be Gin has been in use upon the <ea Island Pc ton
for over fifteen years, and its r?putation for that cot
ton fahy established. Apply to
WILLIAM 8. HENEBET,
Machinist and Foundry,
Auaust ll wftnlmo No. 3U Meeting-street
jTy?EETIN G-STREKT FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT 13 NOW FUBNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
SIEAAI. ENGINES AND BOILEBS, of various sizes
IMPBOVED VEBTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COBN
MILLS, SUGAB MILLS, 8UGAB BOILER:
AND PANS, of all sizes
BOSSE POWEBS AN? GIN GEARING, from fl tc
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVEE COTTON PBESSES for Hind
power, baw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
mide to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD*
IN GS, GRATINGS,
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc., <*<.,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIS1 AND FOUNDER.
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 6. C.
August 3 _naws
IjHONU IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CAMERON df CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c
Vol. 4, ?, 8,10 arti 19 PR1TCHA RD-STREBTS,
(NEAB THE SET DOGE,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES ANO BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLETS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CAST1NG3 OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILER
of as good quill ty and power, and at as low rates a
ran be had In New York, Biltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'? Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGALNSI
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY Al TESO EU TO.
F HOM 4 TO 350
horse power. Including the
celebrated Corliss Cut-off
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
Engines, Ac Also, Circu?
lar Malay and Gang Saw
Mills, Sugar Cane a Us,
ehairing. Pulleys, Ac, Lath
and Mungle Milla, Wheal
and Cora Mills, Circulai
Sawa. Bell mg, 4 c. Send
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD A MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
february 18 Cmos Utica, New Eork.
~P t) K BALINO COT ON,
DILLON'S UNIVERSAL WROUGHT IRON
THIS FAVOB?TE TIE MADE OF THE BE*T
quality of iron, and possesses advantages for the
iiconomisal haling of cotton most important to the
planter, merchant and factor.
For sale In larg? and small Io's (of a bundle) at re
daced rates. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
August 0 Imo Agents for Bomb Carolina
jg L A S T I (.' JOINT
Fer Residences, Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, Bridges,
Ac. Manufactured by
SHOENBERGER A CO..
No. 15 Public Landina, Cincinnati, Obio.
July 23 DAC imo
AS. H I C K K Y,
POBTBAIT AND PICTURE FRAME M.ANCFAO
No. 345 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON", S. C.
LOOKING-GLASSES of all sizoe fitted to Frames.
Julv 16 DAG fmw3oio
CHEVEN dc NISBET,
PRODUCE BROKERS AND COMMISSION
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OF
COTTON, RICE, Ac.
Will mark, chss and ship tho same.
Ihey respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the merchants jrenorally.
? ince Ko. 3 Accommodation Wharf,
Willi entrance on Vendue Range,
CHA R L E S T O N , S . C.
Jul? 28 WSWSWSS*
Q O L O G S K ,
>UPERIOR TO THE BEST IMPORTrD CO
I.O?.NE WATER, manutactured and sold wholesale
ind reta?: tr- Dr. H BvfcR.
June 21 No. 131 Meetlag-eireet.
IsTEW DE/IT C3-003DS STORE.
No. 228 KING-STREET,
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR DOORS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING WTTHDBAWX FROM 7 HE FIRM 80 LONG KNOWN AS THAT OF TJF
F ER H A HD r & CAMP?EN, baa opened a DST GOODS ESTABLISHMENT on rda own account, at the
above well known aland.
Tbe undersigned, haring been for manr rears connected with the Dry Goods Business In this city, is
thoroughly acquainted with the wants ef this Community. Hs bas juit purchased In New fork, and
now ( flers to the public, the FRESHEST S'lOOK, SUITABLE TO THIs MARKET, snd one of the best that
has ?ver been offered. He will make bia prices very reuonsble, and thereby hopes to retain and receive
that full share of custom to which he considers himself entitled at the hands of his friends and the public.
July 15 fm wi mo
jp H E S H Dum; s
OHIHAILT ?Sf CO.'S P li K P A fi A T ION S
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fr (Mb from Parin, tnd for ulo by
Dr. H. HA Kit.
May 8 Nb. 131 MEETING-STREET.
D A K fl II 8 ,
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RU1AIL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF r.VlUAh
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
Marr b 4
KU C'S I'MVEKSAL RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE BEMEDT HA.S EFFECTED
innumerable earea, and bu gained for Itself a (treat
reputation. 1 he diacoTerer or this Salve baa applied
Itwith eminent success ia thousands of cases dar?
ing the Crimean War. and has cured dangerous
wounds, in manv cast s considered mortal.
MB. E. BEBO ls the so : e possessor of the valuable
secret of miking this sive; from blt experience ia
uatng it in Europe and the success attending tts ap?
plication there, he has been induced to Introduce lt
Into the United Matea. IT nELItVEs P/tIN !
iho-e ?ho bare Wound*. Bruises. Cuta of all
triada, ot Sores, Felona, Scratches. Musquito Bitea.
Frost Bitten Jointe, SoreLir.s. Chublsi a. Children's
bcorbutic complaints on Bead and Fa^e, are speedily
cured. It haa proved of great advantage to ladles,
and is peculiarly adapted for gathered breast?, tore
lega, Ac. through confinement, and other causes
It act? like magic In removing noils. Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and bas been successfully
used for Corns, Bunions and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing externally every tveniog before going to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Price 29c, soc., and $1
per Jar. Office, No. 280 B >wery, N. T. None genuine
unless countersigned E. BERU'6 UMVEUSAL RUS?
SIAN blALING bALVE, No 360 Bowery, New
York. For aale by JOHN F. HEN RT, No. 8 College
Place, New York. atuth ly July 3
ROS AD ALIS.
GOODRICH, WINKMAN ?fe CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,
May 8 stuthlyr CB ABLESTON*. 8. C.
AIIBY'8 putiPHYL.M'TIC FLUID.
Letter/ron Hon. Ak*. H. Stphent, ofOe*rgia.
CBAWTOBOSVILLE, Qa . September 29,18C8.
Darby's Propliylactic Fluid is an article of little
co."t, but great value. Its domestic ss well as medi?
cinal uses are numerous, while Its specialties are
most wonderful I have not been without it for
ten > ears, and no head of a family who can afford
to have it should be without lt.
ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
THE WONDERFUL FAMILY .nt 1)1.
Letter from Ute Surgeon-Qmrral of th: tate Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., January 14,1869.
JOHN DA?BY ft Co., No. 160 William-street, New
OenUcm-n-I have received your letter of the 15th
of December, 1866, calling my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheerfully et ute that the Fluid wa? furnish?
ed lo, and extensively used by, tte surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confed?rale ser?
vice with ureat benefit to the patients-all the xur
geoi's making a favorable report- a great deal of it
was used in the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
SAM'L PRESTON MOORE, M. D,
EMOEY CoiXEOE, GXFOBB. GA.,-December 2?, 18C3.
Prof. DABBX. Dear Sir- Having not been en?
gaged for many years In the active duties cf the
Medical profession. I am only superficially acquaint?
ed with tbe cla'ms cf your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical clements.
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of the compound vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties of the agent* employed In it?
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion ut Ita discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard its merit: as of a high order; on the whole lt
most be considered as a valuable contrtoution to the
clap? of articles to which it belcngs.
These views, I may add, are sustained by the testi?
mony ot many c m potent judges, who Lave tested
its propel ties. Believe me, deer slr.
A. M e ANS, M. D., LL. D.
CURES BURNS. WOUNDS, STINGS, ?fcc.
ALABAMA INSANE HOSPITAL, )
TUSCALOOSA. December 22,1868. J
Messrs. JOHN DABBT lc Co., No. 160 William-street,
(Jei'tlemtn-l received your circulars of tho lt th
Instant, asking an expression ol' opinion from nie as
to the merits of your Prophylactic Hud. 'I be pre?
paration baa bern so g -iura1!) used by the proles
sion and public at large, and to universally esteem?
ed, that lt seems to mc to need no further ri com
As adislufcclant aud renae Hal agent too. when in
dicat- d, it is not excel 1< d tn any similar preparation.
We use punueaugauk ptepa-ations very extensively
m this h* sp'taL and cou d not do wiibout tlicm. I
consider youie tic best and most elepaut pu-para
tion ot the kind manufactured.
Rf spectlully yours, kc,
P BRICE. M. D.,
Sup'l and Physician Alabama insane Hospital.
mm ii-. & MOISE;.
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fioir) AgRntfl iii Ycw?? ri fe ?JtPA ?0JVL%
at TsisLey, Scotkn?*.
August 4 wfm3nr>i
^1 .?. MllLKl'KGKEI.L,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EV EB Y DESCRIPTION ANL
HUH KING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER
INO LATHS. PAIN1S. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also. (.RO?VE AND 'J ONGUE BOABDS, Ac, con
stantly on ba'id at the lowest market unces
Septeaber 13 . m'h?lyi '
?rd/r 5W? o/ Soutehold Furniture, Carpet?,
WM. MeKAY, AnctioDeer,
WIB ?ell THIS DAY, Wedaeidty. lltn, at Ho. 188
Meerim? street, commencing t* 10 o'clock.
One superior ROSEWOOD WABDROBE, Ptarjor
Oh ti re, once Desk?, ?ni * general te.ortmeot of
Household Fornitura, Ingrain Carpets, laage Mlr
ror, atc. _. _ Angnitlt
Booti, Shoes, Gaitert, Balmoral*, Brogans,
BY N. A. HU1NT.
THIS DAT. the nth ina ant, a' 10 o'clock, in mr
tales room, Bo. 112 Meeting-street, I ?ill sell lor
SO cases assorted fresh and desirable BOOTS,
Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Oxford Ties, Gait*rs,
and Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Gaiters, Balmo
rala and --hoes._august ll
Clothing, Drg Goods, Hats, Shoet, ??e.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell at my
store, corner of King and Libery streets,
Men'a Cloth, Ca?sunere, Jean, ?atmet and Linen
rao K AND SACK COATS, Pants and Vests; L. p.
Hand Kerchiefs. Hosiery. Hair Neta, Spool ? ot ton,
Diapers. Unen, Selecta, Padding, Printed asm. ate. ;
6 eases, 80 doren, Men's and Boya' Felt and Wool
AU \ TO CLOSE OONSIOirarXNTS:
10 dozen ladles' tjerge, plslusnd tipped, CONGRESS
1 f ole Leather Travelling Trunk
2 large Iron Pots._August ll
Administrator's Sale, by Order of Judge of
BY JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold. TBTS DAT, tho 11th, at 12 o'clock
H.. at the southeast corner of Woolie and Heering
The CONTENTS of the above GROCERY STOKE.
C058IBTINB OF: . '
A well selected STOCK OE Gi-.O.ERlE->, Liquors,
At Ibe atove place and time:
$2100 CI rr SIX PEE CINT. STOCK, and the en?
ure Bousehold and Kitchen Furniture.
Conditio s cash._August ll
Contents of a Variety Store.
BY BOWEBS & SILCOX,
Will be sold THIS DAT, the 11th Instant, at the
More on the east side o. King??tree t, second door
below Queen-street, at 10 o'clock.
The entire Contents of a VARIKI T STOSB. Ah?.
COUNTER-, 8ettee, Looking GI asses. Trunk?, V*.
hate. Shoe Cartoons, etc., ?tc.
Conditions cash. AU articles to be removed ha?
med lately after ?he sale. August ll
One Horse, One Hule, Bande?me Cottage Set
Furniture, Sofas, Chairs, Stoves and Sun.
dries at Auction.
BY K. V. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT. at ha'f.past 1? o'clock, at Ha ? Broad.
street, win I e ?old._Angustio,
Estate Sal? of Household Furniture. .
KNOX, DALY k CO,
Ho. 150 Meeting-street,
Will ssll TO-MORROW, at the residence of the lats
Mr. John F. McKay, East Bay, nearly opposite
Society-street, , r_
The entire HOUSEHOLD PURNI TUBE contaloeB
in th? above premises, comprising: PARLOR.
DINING BOOM, BED BOOM ARD KITCHEN
Foll particular? on day of sale._Anguatll
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
COLLECTOR'S Omca, 2n Dnrraiox. 8.0.
CBABLEBTOH, August 10, 1869.
Seized and for sale on the FIRST OF SEP TES
A HOUSE AMD LOT, situated in Qneen-slreet,
one door from the northwest corner of Queen and
Archdale streets, nearly opposite Friend-street, be?
longing to H. Plate, for non-payment of taxes due
the United fatales. W. R. CLOU TM AN,
August ll sri Collector.
Jiotes, Drafts and Open Accounts.
BY BUTSON LEE, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale
The Ni ?IE?, DR AF 18 and Open Accounts, Assets
of the Bankrupt Estate of Hutton Lee, will be sow
on apphcation at No. 2 Broad-street.
J. B. BISSELL,
Angus? 9 mri Assignee of Hutton Lee. **
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CHXBXXSTOH, 8, C., April ?, 1869. (
OR AND AFTER 8?TDAY. APRIL ilia, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS Of the South Car o In a Rail?
road will run as follow? :
Leave Charleston.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta..1.41 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.,.8.?0 A. a.
Arrive at Columbia.8.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B til.
road, tnc Cadden train.
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. ?L
Arrive at Charleston.fi.10 P. ML
Leave Columbia.7 48 A. at?
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPBESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trams tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. H.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. IL
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.08 P. SC
Arrive at Column ?a.i.46 A. M.
Connecting (>undays excepted) with Greenville sad
Leave Columbia.6.60 P. M.
Arrive st Charleston.6.30 A. M.
SI MMEKVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.S6 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.10 P. H.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.s.25 A. M
Camden and Columbi* Passenger Trans on MOW
DAYS, WEDNXSOATB and s ATTEDAYS, connect? with
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.38 A. M.
Arrhe at Columbia.~.lLuo A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.20 P. M.
Arrive at camden.7.0$ P. Mi
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April 10 General Sanennt?ndent.
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