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THE DAILY NEWS.
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IONS OF TBE NEW POSTOFFiCB LAW.
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amber paper published ia South Carob ai, is the
oast advertising medium for all business meo.
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ar ho want bouses or apartments, ar have them
?rent; wbo want or who offer board and lodg?
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classes may have their wants supplied, we hare
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be matlo when the m-Aef is given:
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men, mechanics, bonae-servanta, porters, ehop
boffc, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wftutad or offerod; npattme&ta wanted or to
let^farticloa lost or found; houses, ehops. offices
and warebousoa wanted or to lot, and miscella?
neous nan.a of all kinds.
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classes specified :
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Meetings This Day.
Pythagorean Lodge, at 8 P. H.
Mason io Pair Association, at 8 P. Iff.
f_ -Soward Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Auction Bale* 'I'his Day.
WILLIAM MOEAT W ll toll at IO o'clock, at hie
.toro, fa-nitnre. nh i ko y, ?fcc.
LEITCH & BRO.? ? will sell at ll o'clock, at tho
old Postoffice, valuable securities.
JOHN G. ?IILNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
s>t tboir store, oloths. oissimcies. &o.
IiATjanT & ALEXAWOBB will soil at 10 o'olock,
at their storo, butter, strips,
SAU OF Om S TOC ::P. -Yesterday Messrs.
Lei'-rj?TA Bruns sold $5100 in. os ty ptoo't. od
maa3. m cert' ficatM of $30.). $753. $370, $100,
$120, $200, $200 $003 $1)10. at 63? H>f.
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Bxton >N OF Omans OF THE ALXHOUSB.
Ai a moating of tho Board of Com mus1 oners
of the Alntboose, hold yesterday afternoon,
Captain C. W. Goaty was oleoted master; lira.
Getty matron, and Mr. T. il. Hammett re-elect?
ed ??erk. _* _
8ALB OF STOCKS.-Mr. Samuel c Black yos
terday sold the following stocks; Eighty-nine
shares S nth Carolina Railroad aod bank
stock at $45; eight hilf shares South..Carolina
Railroad sioolc at $20 60; one hundred and
twenty-ona shares Charleston Gas Company
stock at $2176X322; forty-four shares Memphis
and Ch arleston Railroad stock at $1160; 12000
city sis per oent. atook nt 00.
BOBTM ABS Saaoarnss or Ctn Omasus.
The following nana 3d cry offleers have died
their bonds and securities for the faithful per
forraano) of <he duties of their respeotivo offl
eee, all of which bivj boon approved by
T. J. Mackey, ioapooior general of timber
and lamber, bond $3000; seearities. Patriok
Bligh and B. li^h.
Ribort; B. Anson, oolored, pabtio weigher,
bond $1030; 3eoariti03, Thom M Aiken, colored,
and Peter Walsh.
John B mil icu 80Aveo3er. bond $1473; aeon
rit ?os, Bjtij laxu Roils and John Dangan.
Patriok Collina, scavenger, bond $773; secu?
rities, alioliael H)&ran, J. J. Soblepegreu, C.
H. Bahre, aud tiarf-.l fcyroea.
HOHBOLDT'S STATUS.-WO have ahoady men?
tioned that a etatu3 of Humboldt had been
tendered to the Humboldt. Festival committee,
to be need in the historical tableau, at the fes?
tival on the fourteenth of this month. Tho
statue is ot bronze, about two feet high aod a
.opy of the foll length statu? io Barlin. oast by
C. Wolgost. rho statue can now be seeo at
D. C. F. P.n!;o'n'a drug store, on Meetiig
street. Humboldt ia represented in ordinary
dress, leaning against a pillar, with a copy of
bia familia -'Cosmos" under bis arm. The de?
sign andexeontion of the statae are very good,
and it will add considerably to the interest of
the coming festival.
OPOABU ITTON or A BANDO* Moaic-We b we
already mentioned that a numoer of tho most
respectable oolored men of the ciy con tem
pla'ed organizing a ooroet band, On Tuesday
night laat they mot and perre:od tho organi?
sation by oleoting tbe following officers: Ben?
jamin B. Hollowly, president; Edgard Snow?
don, rice-president; N. T. 8poncer. secretary;
Boswell B, Dosverney, treasurer. I he privates
are a? named: Peter B. Frojt, ra mea M. H. ?I
tow iv. R. E. Deveia, Potor M. Gregorio. Ed?
ward Gtilliard. Wm. Logan, E. O. Holloway
and J jim L Fowler. A nnmbor ofoit-aaos havo
ajroidy sabscribed tbreo handrod of tho ?vo
hundred and flt''y do' a s neoo->sarv to purclmao
the twelvo imtrumeat-?. A mijoritj of ibo
mn'j?r? of tbo ba id aro mns??laiia ofcos
THB TAX ON RICE AND (.'OTTON-WHAT THB
LTOTJGAKCK COMP AM RS WILL BS CALLED OTON
TO no.-It will bo remembered that at tho la-t
meeting or Ouneil a pe'ltlon wu a read frcm ?
tartre number of anero'iante. praying Con .oil
to remove the tax upon roa and cotton, and
sqfcce was given that at the next ince-i nu- or
Coane 11 an or dm a noe would bo introduced pro
Tidiug 'or tho removal of iheobjootiooablo ax.
Wa learn th it the s ?id ordnance provides
that the tax shall be remov. d OB tho first vf
?January next, and that the taxe) paid by tn o
Jnsuranre companies) sball bo increased. The
preamble to tbe ordinance recites that the in
cmranoe oooipani?a received in pr? minni? last
yeer $393 300 upon which they paid a tax of
three per cent.; that they paid ont on bases a
tittle lesa than MJ OOO; ibat nearly all of tbe
amount p-dd for policies ia sent abroad; that
aa ike etty exp aids $40 000 per annum to k op
up an efficu nt fire department, thereby lessen?
ing the risks of loas lo tba insurance* o im?
pendes, it wonld seem more equitable that they
ahoeid pay a larger proportion of tassa than
tatty do at peasant.
POPULATION OF O II ARLESTON.
Completion of tie Cenarue-The Kamber
ot Whites and Black? In the I it jr-An
The census of tho City of Charleston, taken
by authority of the ?oneral Assembly, is now
complete, and we aro ablo at last to form some
idea or tho changes which have taken Dlaoe
sinos 1860 in the character of the population.
Before giving the tabled which show the popu?
lation of tho different wards, we would call
attention to tho toot that the total population
of the city is now 44.952, against a population
of 40,522 in 1860. This is a fair IBQTBMO, but
is made up by the migration to the city of
country negroes, for tho city has r > 8210
less white inhabitants and 7640 more ned
inhabitants than it had in 1860. The v.hale
increase, therefore, is in the colored popula?
tion, there being a rather greater increase of
females than ol males. Tho total number of
whiles in tho city is 20166, of whom 9671 are
malos and 10 49? femal 'B. Tho total number
of colored persona ia 24,786, nf whom 10 505
are males and 14,231 l?males, ibis large sar -
pins of colored females is worthy of note,
lhere aro, thorufore.4620 more colored inhabi?
tants tban white ?nhabita.its. The whole num?
ber of males, wbito and odored, is 29 176, tnd
of females 21,776, Illaro berna: a total excess of
46C0 females. Estimating tho nnmbrr of
malos over tweuty-ouo years of ago at orjj-fiftu
of tho wholu population, a .'cord inc to tho
usual rule, thero should bo in tho oir,y 40."3
white voters against 4937 olo.-oi votors, a
mijo-ityof 921. lukins i^to acouiii, how?
ever, the excessive number of negro children
and the carelessness wita ?rh;cb, to our know
legdc, tho OOHBUS hit in soma eases boon
taken, wo do not babero that tho majority of
colored voters is moro than 500 at Ibo OUL
Tho cousus just tokoa is shown in detail ia
thc following tabl- :
Ward No 7.1 911
Ward No. 8.1 U8T
Ward No. 3..
Wurd No. 3...
Ward No. 4...
Waid No. 6...
Ward No. ?...
Total. ?.671UU.ft&| 10.496
1.08) LOU 8.190
9HI 1 67.!I 4 342
1.20? 1 CS31 0.876
2,431 :i,4 l 10 S 8
1.09') 183) ?.iCt
1.6*9 2.639 7,522
816 6501 v 7<V)
1,25? 1,527, 6 051
14 .81 44 951
AB a matter of interest, we add a taolo show?
ing the total population c?r each ward aooord
iug to tho United States ostisus of 1830, and
ibo Stato census above mentioned :
Ward Nal. 2 3-71 1 '9JI 3 OM
Wari No. a 3 Ots| 9 8J4| 4 -7v
Ward No. a :? 81- t 1 720 r. S4_
Wari No 4. 4?r| 3.9 u | B Oil
Ward No. P 2 5)1 i 3 O71I 4 65"
Wari No. 6 3.37 | 2.7 ll 0 ?6.
Ward No. 7.1 183 I fiO ?i 9.54J
Ward No. 8.1 2 0'4| 1.8>>9 4 IS
Total.23,370 17 141|10 ?
1 7 '.I
l 7.'J| .i OJO
S O la
2 7 IS
l) 160 :4.73?:Ut 052
This table shows, as wu io bo oxpeo eil, a
falling off in tho wliito nopii'-ttlon of nearly
every ward. Tin's is greatest in Ward 3, whoro
tho whites are 1164 le s in number than in 1860.
Wards 4 and 7 nave hold ttaeir own. Tho
colored population ba? Increased in every ward
exoept Ward 2, whore ibero is a m aa decrease.
Ward 6 sjems to bo tho favorito, for i's colored
population has risen from 2731 to 1524, an in?
crease ot 1743.
In connection willi tho ligures cor. tai ti od in
the foiegoiug taules, it may bo mantioned that
in the registration of Novena >or last thors wero
5104whito voters and 5733 colored voters, giv?
ing the blacks a mijoriry of 634. This con?
firms our impression, ai addy givoo, that thero
aro about 500 moro oolorod ?hui white voters
ia the city, having ont of tho osculation tho
visitors from the ?slauds who aro wont to mako
thoir appearance at election times.
INFANTICIDE -Karly yesterday morning a
colored woman, named Clara Shaw, living on
Drake, near Beid-stieet, found a bundle on
her doorstep, which contained a while female
baby. Tho baby waa dead, a-. J apparently h ?d
only been bora about two days before. The
baby was clad ia c. gown and wrapped up in
an old calico diese.
Corouer Whiting was notified, anc^ with tho
following jurors hold an inquest: C. fl. Whit?
ing J. J. Beasley J. DoWitl. C. H. Blase. D.
McDonald, white; J. Sawyers, B. '.'ollins, J.
Chesuut. P. Baxter, J. Creen, 8. Crout
and P.. Kennedy, colorod. Tho testimony
e'icited was tiubstaatully whit is above
stated, and the jury routler? J a rerdiot in effoo
that tho deo jaw. d hud como to lier death trom
maltreatment, af ;or bri h. hj aomo party or par?
ties to tno jury aokoow?, aud that tho said
porty or partios hod o iiumitted murder.
Tace POLICE BILL.- This bdl, tho o >usid3ra?
tion of which has been postoonjd until tho
mo? ling of Council on Tues lay night next,
has oroatod considerable discussion among all
classes o' oitisons-those who hoped to be prt
upon the force; others-their nam^ is ldgion
whodesiro tobo lieuonants and thoso who
will hive to pay for tho luxury. The bill as
introduced provides f ut tho polee force shall
consist of one captain, two first lieutenants,
twoseooud lieutenants, four sergeants, twelve
roundsmen, aud ono hundred aud ton privates
or poiioemtm, all of whom shad bj at all times,
night aud day, at tho command and in the
service of the city. In addition to the above,
.thero shall bo ono drum ?nor aud ono filer,
who shall bj employed solely ia the duties
of musicia s of tho city police; that tho pay
of the capt tia shall bo at tho rata of two
thous ind dollars; of each first lieutenant at
the rate of twelve hundred dollars; of each
second lieutenant at tho rate of ouo tho..sand
dollars; tuc pay of each cergetut at the rato
of eight hundred dollar*; tho pay of oaoh
rouudsman ai tho rate of seven hundred aud
twenty dollars, an 1 tho pay of each privaio or
policeman at, tue rate of six hundred dollars,
and the piy of oaoh mixtum at tho rata? ot
lour hundred and twooty dollars per aunuui.
ull payable mo ilbl> ; that for tho netter BOO li?
nty and protection ot tho inhabitants in tho
northern poruou of tho oily, tho Upper iiuatd
hou-o shall bo rc-ea ahli-lnt), and a duo pro?
portion o; tue police force, to oousitit ol'uoi
loss than thirty pohcomoa. lu atitieuod and
quartered therein; that the number cf horse*
for the use of the polios force shall not exceed
four, to be Levo at tho expenso of the city at
the Guardhouses. The ?hole coat being
Alderman T. J. Mi?kov, who introduced tho
bili, has several uuieiiddien t to it, which ho
proposed (.ff/ring al tim last meeting, and will
introduce at ibo neu meeting ot Council. The
a needments provide mai thc oaptain shall re?
?ut vo ont j $1303 por annum, un morcase of
$3J0 on hie present salary; tno two first lieu?
tenants $1200 oacn; that thero Hhall only be
oue second lieutenant, to rcojive $1000 per
annum; two sergeauta to rocoivo $8l>0 each;
tight rouudsmeu, to rcooivo $720 ?*oL; and
eightv-Bix privates at two each. The wholo
coot being $G4 160
Nei her tho new bill nor tho amondmenta
mention anything concerning the expenses of
incidentals, such as stceplemea, detectives
and ctner thiogs, wtna'i wdl foo; ap several
thousand more. Tho force as it atauds costs
the city ?165,000 per annum.
Coantiasio?ts OH Co ITO H.-Tho Angosta
merctonta have fixed the rate of oommieeion
for selling at two and a half per wat. The
Constitutionalist saya: ''Thia ia tho same
rate os waa ohargod for several yearn previous
to last season, when, from tho keea rivalry
existing, it wau rodnocd one-half. The ex?
perience, however, of tho year just past has
clearly shown that, with the high rents and in?
creasing expense of living since tho war, as
compared to what prevailed previously to it,
one and a quarter per cent, was not a fair re?
muneration for the services rendered, and
Direly paid expenses. The usual commission
for the sale of morohandise is five per cent.,
the rates for the asia of cotton being only one
half that amount."
THE PUB D BP AITCH ax T-A Bm* TO PRO VED B
ron A PAID DETABT?BTT.-The firemen of
Charleston will be surprised to loam that the
Alderman vi ho lately suooeeded in passing
tbrousrh Council an ordinance to mako certain
colored fire companies a portion of the fire
department, has drawn np a bill, wh:oh he
proposes to offer at an early day, providing
that there shall be a paid fire department in
Gbareston, and but one department only,
harina six steam engines, with an engineer
and t^n firemen to oaoh ongiuc - the onginoor
to rectivo $G0 aad tho tiromon $40 eaoh por
month. Tho Alderman who asserted that tho
present dopaitmoni was "a strong politioal or
-ranization," has. of course, only tho interest
of tho city at heart whoo ho dobiro-i to break
up tho mott efficient volunteer Uro depart?
ment in tlio U ntcd S:aioj. Ho arcuaa that
tho work can bo done by a paid deparlmont
at a cost of only $ 13 120 nor aunum-tho pre
sont department canting $49,000.
CnrjitBi.-Tho not amount of foos collected
by tho Harbormaster from the lOi-h of Juno to
thc 10th ol'July was $270; and from tho lO.hof
Jn'y to tue 10 ti of Angus $313.
A. young man in tho employ of Meiere. Cor?
win & Ci., on King street, yesterday reooived a
painful wound by the breaking of an iron rod
willi which ho was attempting to tike down
soma hams banging near th* ogling. The
upper portion of tho rod foll on his head, cat a
severo gash, and oauscd him to faint from the
loss or blood.
Cbarlosto i will soon loso another Badical.
Dr. A. (J. Mackay ia garnir to live ia Columbia.
Can't tho doctor bo porsuaded to take somo of
his fricuda with him?
Ex-Oovoruor Magrath is at tho Fifth Avcnao
Hole!, Now York.
Tho oilico of Jjispcotor Gonoral of Tim?
ber and Lumber will bo iu thu City Hali for tho
The native RA 1 cala aro oiafilont that (he
Renato aili not omllrm tho uppoiu'ruout of
Collector Clark, and aisart that ox-Governor
A ken st.ir.ds more oliotiOo of rece ?Vi ag tho Ap?
pointment th m either Genera! J. D. Dennis or
Ooncral Wm. ?urnoy. who aro spoken of as
tlosirous i f s?-ouruir the office.
Til tickle you and you'll tickle mo, doug?
lass, thought Ut. A. G. tUockoy, wlion at the
supper givon by (lie Miyor Hoodaf night, ho
proposed as a toast "i'iio H m. U.Ibort Pills?
bury; ho hasahowa that ho is oipab.o of main
taining tho dignity ot thu oity against tho as?
saults ot tho mob, amil that he is worthy of
being tho ohief rnaiis?Mto of O!nrlo8toa." Old
Tho Harbormiator has notified tho Mayor
that ho hos raisod 'he alojp alary Ann, whioh
sunk at tho If irth Comiaoroial wharf, and re?
moved hor to tho fiats uorth of ll o ii nt Pleasant
ferry wharf, whore sue now hes in nhargo ot a
ship-koopor, subject to tho action of tho city
It is reported that Oongrossman C. C. Bowen
staled io a speooli at Columbia, a short timi
nineo, that Collo?*tor Clark received tho ap?
pointment as collector under a written com?
pact, 'hat he (B iwou) should designate tho ap?
pointments to the CastoBaiionss.
Some one has mado an ac oatie of our Mayo ra
namo. Oar oopy is at ?'His ll >norV service.
The registers ol tho hotels show that travel
to and through the city is gradually inoreas
Tua NBWS has mentioned that it was cold
enough last Tuesday nitrh? io maka a blanket
fool comfortable. At the present writing, ton
i*. M., it "aeoe" that olauket and "good it one
Tho merchants on Kine, Hooting and Hayne
s'roets scorn to bo busily engaged io icoeiviug
It bas boan freqaontly remarked within tho
past two or thron days, that 'tho Innv soaso ti
has co ninene d much earlier this your than for
sevoral years past.*
Henry fobuooo, oolored. was arrostcd by
Officer Qoion, yestordiv, np in tho eliar-jo of
B'oaltug olothiug from Mo. ll Wentworth
Ihe persons ia oharge of tho Orphanhouse
gava tho oitildren auoihor ttip to Sullivan's
Two dollars tine wac imposed by tho Mayor
yesterday ur on a man who had a scaffolding
in front of his building without tho oneloauro
proscribed by law.
Twcnt.-three deaths oooi rrcd in tho city last
week-six whites aud sovontocu colored.
Several men, who had boen drunk Tuesday,
wore fined by tho Hay ir yesterday. ,
On last Monday, during a sevoro thunder
storm, throe cows on Mt. T. H. Smith's plan?
tation, near Goose Creek, about thirteen miles
from tho cuy, wore strack by lightning and
Workmen aro engaged in deaning the Malia
The nemo woman who. about a month ago,
gave birth to four ahildren, is, with the rest
of the family, in good health and spirts.
There aro about two huudrcd and ninety
siro *t lamps in Charleston, costing the oity a
little less than-$33,000 per aonuui.
A resolution will bo offered at toe next meet?
ing of Council providing thu tho "Nicholson
pavement" bo laid in front of tho City Hall,
bi ato Courtliest and UuardhouHo build n-a.
Tho steamships ooma hoav.ly froightO'J.
Si vera] parties havj boon summouod to ap?
pear before tho Mayor this morning, to answer
loo chanro of shipping lumber without h iring
it measure 1 ard mspootol.
It is report fd that steps will bo shortly
talion tending lo romstato Mr. L. J. Darbot.,
late civil ongiiiccr, who wa-i SMOpoedetl nom
office by a regulation of Council nu the 2.1.1 ot
A etr ct Ump iabvlly neoded iu tho viouiity
of the AlrashouMO.
Thero is a man in this city who proposes to
light the street? with five hundred paient rc
flectinir lamns bunning kerOMOO oil, at a oost
of $8000 or $10 000 pur annum.
HOTEL ABBITAL4. ytprnim.:a 1 - Charlestun
HoteL-Q.9t Line?lo. B?aufort; Major Allison
and four daucrhlcrs Captain F. c. Y inshiracli
and wiro, Um ed States ft rwy; E. H. Leo and
wifo, South Carolina; Miss Marv Euglehard,
Charlea Fauns, Ile v. J. Evana, W. W. M tolay,
J. A. Clarke, W. Bald .vin. New Yoik, Thomas
S. Gregg, t'olumoia; Captain Fisbi.-; L.
Svlveattou. wifo and nurso, Augusta; Henry
Savage, Wilmington; W. Z. Lettner, W. J.
Gerald. Cimden; W. J. Anderson Georgia.
Pavilion Hotel - James Oarregan, booth Car?
olina; John Morrison. New York; P. flagg and
wife, Massachusetts; Dr. S. Randall and wife.
Connecticut; J. B. Anderson, Georgetown^ 8
C.; R. MeKongos, Florence; A. 8. Gibbes, CUv:
W. J. Scott, Atlanta; M. O. Dixon, B. and O.
Bauroad; J. 8. Bell, CoHeton.
A HUTT raft PULL TIKES.-lake advantage
of the great redaction ia prices, and prepare
for the approaehlDg business season by hav?
ing your Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and cheaply done at THB NBWB Job Office, No,
119 Bast Bay. ^ _
A Card from Edward Jenkins
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW.?
Though a colored man I feel and think that,
as an act o?' justice, you will givo me a plaou in
your columns. An axtiole appeared ia your
paper severely reflecting on tho roar colored
pil its recently appointed. As one of idem, I
aas recommended by some of the oldest pilots,
loan adduoo ample testimony to prove that I
have run on pilot boats as captain and other?
wise for twenty-two years, dorine which time
I wat only allowed to pilot two vessels over
the bar. Now that the rirht is granted to
me, there are some who seek to injure me by
false charges. Suffice it to ear, that I cab
prove my knowlege of tho bar and harbor of
Charleston by any (-lamination to which I may
be subjected by any comp?tent tribun.L
A Card from Frei'eriek Fisher.
TO THE EDITOR O? THB NEWS.
In reply to the oommnnlcuion of "Old
Pilots." m your paper of tho Slat alt., I ask
leave tn muko a row siatements.
Ho assorte that lama young maa. Thia is
imo, but tho error will bo corrected, os I grow
older, flo savs that a fow nouths ago 1 oould
not box tho onmp-ss. This ia not so. lins
opoiatiou I could perform long boforol entered
the pilotage busings. But f I could not do
it thrno months ugo. and can do it now, (which
no docs not deny,) then I cannot bj so slow to
learn on ho sa>H tb it 1 am. I haveundcrg mo
Aa examination batoro tho Board ol rilouge,
H luca waa a > aa islaclory ! lut I receive,1 a
license lor a nine toot branou. I liavo bmugm
in ono vessel drawing nmo feet nineo 1 liavo
boen licensed, aud ibo captaiu expressed Ina
entire saiiuf.ic.ion to ono ot the oominiasioiiora.
.?Old Pilo.s" say that they would not trust
mo in ohargo ot ono of treir boat?*. AU 1 have
to say in, that while working for them lor
nothing;, they repeatedly placed mo in charge
of their boatn. FBXDEOICX KLS H KU.
A Card from Charles Onmps.
TO TiJE EDITOR OF THE NKWJ.
A oommunioilion in yonr imper of tho 31st
ali imo. over th > signatura ut "Old Pilots,"
makes ourtaiu statements, in rcferenoe to the
undersign'd, which justice to himself requires
should bo oo rr oo tod.
I have boen ene aged in pilot boats, as a hand,
since the year 1832. In 18G5,1 was cxamiued
by Captain Boutelio. ot tho United SUtoa Coast
r- ut voy, who gritted mo a L?ense fir a foll
btanch. In 1807.1 was agun examined by tho
"old board" tor a uino toot lioonso, and ro
oeived it; and 1 havo been rec-ntlv examined
by the now or present commissioners, who
have grantee] nie a lioouo fora twolve foot
branch. Atter tbrco examinations, bc foro
ti.ro d ffjrent authorities, 1 cannot seo the
necoasity of a fourth. I am askod ii I am will?
ing tostaud au examination before the "old
board." I reply that 1 know ol no such board
now ex s lng. My compotoncy bas already
been tented, and. as my employers seem to bo
saiisfteu, learn but very littlo lor tho opinion
of au anonymous writer.
CH uti, 158 CAMPS.
A Card from Henry Itaahtert.
CHABL??STO?I. September 2.
TO 1 HE BDI 1 OU OW TU B S ??Wa.
In your v.iluablo j tamal of yesterday a com
munioaiion over the Hgnature or "Oil Pilot,"
has though;, propor to vent, his spleen at/nnst
the newly apDoiutcd pilots, and io assort that
' Henry Bm tort and Charles thompson nil
benito noa, but doubt 'hat th ty ran tell the
rise and fall ot the rides." Poi* tho information
of the imbi e, I would btaio that for upw.tr a vt
fi. teen years 1 have been e nu nee ted with eomo
of the old pilo s. and by them placad on board
of vessels whioh wcro brought safolv into too
harbor of Charleston. Ina duty must have
been perform jd properly, os they roouved ibo
compensation; bat as I am no longer under
their oontrol. they playing the qeniieinan in
tho oi tv, and I doing the work, I am regarded
aa ignorant aud inoapablo,
Phero is room in ibis ouaufiy for all classe*
of industry and enterprise, and rho time has
arrived when tho privileged few onirbt ai leset
to permit other?, cqn illy if not moro compe?
tent, to a chare ol public patronage. I leave
an impiitial communty to judge tho motives
' Old Pilota"had ic their arraigning m* before
tho public. II KN ur RABTXBT.
LIGHT READIKQ POA THB WAUK WE A TH KB,
Oar tnonds in the country who desire to obtain
light rea<iingr for the warm woather, at strictly
popular pnces, aro referred o tho advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Righter, tho very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dosier in books
and periodicals of all kinds. Hin list will be
found to inoludo something to sait overv taste,
and lt seems to us a marvol how he can afford
to sortd his books by mail over the country,
vost-pa'd, at tho ridiculously low prices namoi!.
jjiiijib, liiinniiim, ??-if.
b'OBOFOr.A. DYRPEPMA, LIVER COMPLAINT
Ni', it VOUS D KB I LIT Y, HUEUMilTSV,
NSUBAI.OIA, EIUNcY AFFKOIIOHS,
BBUP1IONS OF TBS eKIH,
Obstinate or lone standing dlwaacs of the
BLOOD. LIT..?. DTiUf ABY OKU A NS,
NEBTOUS ?YSTBM. io.
lt pu ri Sos and earlo'ies the Blood, eradicates all
8ypbib,tic or r-croinlouH Taints. Bastorea tho Livtr
ami Kida .?? to abcaJtby aotian, aids digestion, reg*
olaiea ibo bowels, and luvixorutes tho Nervous hys
?. NOT A s KC BEI QUACK MED?>lNB.-e?
FOUMULV ABOUND EACH BOTT LE.
Recommend od by tho boat Pbyciclan?, eminent
Divines, Editors, Druggists, Merchant*. <s?c.
SVTHE BEST AND M09T POPOLAB MEDI
t'lNB IN USE.
Ul l P.AB HD OSLT BI
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
(An oxporienaou and well-ltnown Physician and
Liboratory and uibte. No. 6 ?lata-s?wct,
' o::ii L . YA.
Price Ono DoHar per bJtlla
For hale hy
CiOCDRMK, WI V KAI AN A CO.,
DO WIE & UOI-R.
Cburlaefon, S. Ci.
And Drngsisfs everywhere.
,lul. ia __J>i0_lyr
jr^ I H O N ' B
Warranted lo Knnove all Desire
for To h-um
It ls Pastry Vegetable and eon ta Ima
not ni n? injurions.
The frVlowV't? ls ono of thousands of testimonial*
that ure daily ie<ytv .1 by tm? M a nut..?-tarn t
Kiouii no YA . NovsmOB? 98 ISCA
DBAS ia-'ina "lobai-eo ?ntidou" prepared b>
you wKoruiuir to the r'*i t voa have rabraliWH? io
me, ao l the mg relents ol w'cb I bare eilaiiucn
U pare-y vpgeiabe ?ntlre'y liai miers, asn rollin*
notbiUK tn ibe batt injuilous H ia iiotditMgr>?a>-le
ts the ladle ntl as a Lom- article, I hopo y u will
a i-et ?lui n ?"y sak> or lt, and I belles - ib u il' .0.
MtooUonti are followed, U wilt do a 1 you 'Maya lor
tt JOHN Di VF., M.D.
S9> Price 60 cents per Bc. The aaaal discount
to lb* Trude
49* tot sato by
Dr. H. BARR,
VBOkV BaLB AO EXT FOB BOOTH CAROLIN A.
E W lt O V T Vi WO*KTHI
THE ST. L0?I8
IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAlMfWA T
Is BOW open for basinets tren
OOLIHBUS, KT., TO ST. LOUIS,
Maiinz tho Quickest, mimi aad ealy ?11 rail reate
to Ht Loma.
Paetengera taking thia routs avoid one change of
oars and a Ud. otu rlv?r tra nsf ar of twenty mile
and arrive ia st. Loni* POOH AMD a HALI' HOUR?
in advance of any other Road.
ai trains leave Columbus apon the arrival of J
traine on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. K ALLS*,
?eoeral Ticket Agent.
?J??U'1'H CAKUHV/V RAILROAD.
(IKNl'UAD syPKUIMBNl.ki!<T'y OFFICE, l
CHARLESTON. M. 0., April 9, MW. (
03 AND AKiKll riO^DAY. APBIL ll ru, TR*
Pfi.-ss..:: H-B TRAINA ut tb? woutis flafo) ta Rail?
road will run a:< ?OIIOTVJ .
ueste libar lemon.8.?0 A. H
?rn?e at SOjnuta.4.11 P. V
tio-'ncctin^ wt!> trams for Moat omi-i-y. *ctupt.-!r
^ashville and NOW Oilcan-, via Mouwmacn UD
? ino,' Jnuotion.
If OP. COLUMBIA..
i.eavs ctiarli??ton.t.'? A. k.
f. pr Vd a' ('oin m ?.S.IO f>. M
?oiinrctinit with Wilmington aod A1ancbontcr Bali
?oad, . Us Ol den traio
l.ette Augusta.OOo fl. V.
Arrive at Charleston."ll l. M
Leave Sommon.7 45 A. V J
*rr!ro at OharW'on.8.19 P. Y I
AUfJUSTa NtUI?T KXf'RKHb
Leave (Marleston.....m..... ::i..: .?.Sl> P. M
Arriva al Auyufta.?.10 A. M
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Stshvij'
ind li esr Orlcano. v a Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.IB P. v
Arrive al Uharlnston.4.00 A. *
COLCMHIA NIGHT KXPRRS8.
Leava Charleston.8.03 P. M
Arriv? at (Jolumoia.4.4? A. V.
Connecting i "-undaya exempted i wita Green vt tie an
Leave (Columbia.SJi) P. St
\rriv?at Charlatan.B.?O A. y
Kt UMRUVlLLK IRA IM.
Leave Obarlimton.3.36 I*, y.
Mnw at Sutam-rv'lli!. 5.t OP. al,
Lrayr Summi'rvllln.7.10 A. M
Xrrlveat Charleston.,.8.23 r" 5!
Camdon and ' olumbl? Pa?inn^er Tral-w on Mos
Darn. WEIHKSDAYS aud SATtrnnAr*. counoots wu)
up and do va Day Pas^ngors at Klngvi'.I?.
'.? Mi? C.ira'Kwi.0.38 A. .V
Arr-eat Columbia.11.1* A. M
Lea?!? Holutobia.l.'fP. V
Arrlvp nt OatpilcD.7.0/P. .>'.
Siirnnili H. T. PEAK?.,
April io General Sa-onn'- ??l<>ijf.
^rjirts an? /uTmsi)inq. ?ooifl.
Na. 'IVi KIVU-S 1 KKKT,
One door below Market
IN PRICE} .?
HU G U H A T SHSMT1 JJ,
Hupoiior Fining Shirts.
POPULAR AMU UKLIABLH
SHIR T MAN UF ACTO RT
Oppotite Maikot Hall
NH IB I H.
SH nt rs.
SH' lt I H
sm u rs. j
S II I it TH
S H Ut i?.
b H IK TS.
SHIRTS MADE TO 6RDMB.
KHIRTS READY MADE, ALL FIE BS.
Dlrcctloua for Measurement, iso-,
SENT BY MAIL,
PERiORS WIHHINO TO BATHPBOTt)0RAPHS'
ttntori vltb c?ro und tanto can have their orders
promptly nilod by leaving tbem at Holmes' Hook
lloasa Wntiuo dinKtlona should in eaab case br
flrtven as to tbs aislo of ootann^ pteforred.
Julv :3 in ow*
|^ A N ri KUI,
Hri>CK. ANf KXCflANQB BItOK"tUH ABD Md'R
CUANrs. Mtahlns] Caeeaa, Bhrak*. Letter Hoads, OT
leo Prlntan? vf any do-tanption. e n get their older
Hied prom pt ty and lo tb? neaten! itylo, at ct,car
rate?, by apolyiitg at IBM MSW? JOB OVJrK.'B. No.
Uf) Psst Rav.
J_J HL.iiM O? 71 A? m: t n,
Wo? 30 Braad>atr?at|
Charlo ton. h.
BBORBRS. ACCTIONKEltb, REAL ESTATE
ti* ?MUAI, CO 81 Pl I ft S 1 O S aOK.V! ?
Will atbeod to Reutiu? aiid Oolleetiog el hemt
tod purcbase and sale et fatooka, BODOS, tiold
-iiv.T sod Re?i titrate.
io tte Pu rob we ot Goods and Supplie? for partiee
o <lie eoanury upon rcadeuable lerms.
iB-iBdB 1. VOLkTIJ.n.AUTXaitDKB MiCBMB,
-^?AiLET corros TIBS.
A ?UPPLY OF rat* FAVORITE AND JOST CT
celebrated COTTON ? O Jtmt roce 1 ved and for soie
by STRESS BROTHERS k CO..
gept2_i_Nc. 7* East Bay
piOfl BALING COTTON,
DILLON'S UNIVERSAL WROUGHT IRON
THTS FAVOBITB TIE MADE OP THE BET
qna'.itv of iron, and posses s ea advantage* for the
neooomical baling of cotton most important to the
planter, merchant .nd factor.
For sale m lorgnand small Io's (of a bundle) at as
duced rates. WILLIAM HOAOH k 00.,
August 9 imo Asenta for Nru:h Carolina.
rpo COKTR ACTO fl S, LVAIBEE MKS
JL AND bHIPBUTLDEBS.
I AM NOW PREPARED TO fXHTUTB PHOVPT
LY, upoo ihn ghurte^t rotlro orders lor S'lD l'H KEN
YfcLLOV PINE POPLAR, lib EOKY, QOM and
Ioho hard woo I ol any d'incnsiourt. dcliTeved in >b?
. Dy of Charleston, ckan and bright equal to tho
besti iiysaw-d For turiher info matlou, apply to
Mr. E. N. UhODItt, chirlo-tin. H. C.
J. M nrilBERT.
John's Islaud Steam Saw Ulli, Augn.it Ut. 1869
August Z mthlmo
Jg I* A 9 T 1 ?J JOINT
?*or Residences, Sugar Houses, cotton Cas, Bridgea,
Ac. Manufactured Ly
SHOENBERGBR A GO.,
No. 15 Pnbllc Lamlinr, cm.?.cuati, Oblo.
July 29 nao Imo
rpuoaiAS J. It AYN 15 lt ?ft co.,
Partiaular attonticu to Special Brands for Grocers
i nd JobberB.
Nos. 79 LIBERI Y-STREET AND 61 MAIDEN LANI.
R-A- Bambea sent to responsible bouses.
July 37 t rt' li H 3m H
?J^ B Bf I M U li KA SI I L V LAH u,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
c i fi v i N re A r i.
XS* Ask yourUrocci for our Brand ol
Lard in these trackages.
Packed in 3 lb, 6 lb, 10 lb Caddies; CO lb Cans for
shipment, cheapest modo for selling Lord. fond
for Prier? List.
holt! bj Oroccrs In Charleston.
MUT W nao stuthSmo
J^VA LL ANO WINTER IMPUKTATlO.li
RIBBONS, MICLINKKY AND STRAWOOODi
ARMSTRONG, vATOR ?j- CO.,
Nos. A37 and !A30 Oaltlmere-Street,
BALTI M 0 li B,
IM Pi R^BltS AM) JOBBERS OF
BON N KT AND TllIM'UNO It IB BON 9
VELYET AND HASH KICBONS,
ilomiet Silks, Satins and Yelr-la. Uluutoiia, Blonde,
Laces, huchee, Nets and Crapes,
FRENO fl FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnels ami Lotiles1 Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
SILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HATS,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
THE LARGEST STOCK CF MILLI J ERY QOODS
IN TBIS COUNTRY, and unequalled io ebola
variety, which we oiler at pric<?3 th it will defy com
ijS-ORDBRS SOLICITUD. Imo August 16
EB05I2, FOB GILT,
T%atr*purt KO (Vum'nj,
wmi Tin p*rr*T
wnicu uxs .10 arni.vca.
Tito Ongiril tni eily
Eflliablo Pirrare nado.
It can bc applied to
nnv ?Nair Und, oiiner
Itontid or Plat, and
.reventd if" slipping
.'rom its place.
Ask for Cw
B&at Step ?i^tco,
mi BY tu
AND BUY NO OTliaR
E2AS3 AIM) Zm
STAU! IPX a A TIES?
For IIotc'B, Ik* lou rania and Public Building*,
MANU PACT UllkL) UT
W. T. & J. MERSEREAl), 62 Duane St.. N.Y
SSdiQinr^ ?Easumj?, Uric.
K tt .? SI 4 TO 35C
horse [lower including lb?
ue.eoraleJ Corliss cul-o'
meines, -Ilde Valve Mu
nonar KagtBss Ponabl'
Engl- cs fcc *l*o. rip u
.ir Wu av md Hang
Mill?. Sugar Cane S k
ha. ting mlley*. ac. Lat!
.in 1 shingle ?1411* Wbra
und Torn Wills, Circulai
aws Bellin?, tc. sene
lor <i??rrlpcive Circular an?
?Yfidl * MANN STEAM b NGINB CO.,
rebruiry 1? Utica, New fork
lt AOfOUiree AMD ilAIK-.CC I "fl I* li
LADIES AND JHILDKSN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
send orden to
W. E MARSHALL, Barber,
No, fl ?road-aireet rap ataira.)
Cloth*, Cassimeres, Satinets White and Gf?g
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TBIs DAT. 2d In-Unt at 10 o'clock, we will wlLef
oar A notion balearoom. No 186 Venting ?weet.
Involoes DJ53?HABLB gOODS, rnnnlmrl pnr flirt?
pion and Saragossa:
Twilled Black BBOADILOiH, Black Beagar
Cloth. Bngliah Black Doeskin. Triple Twilled and 6-4
Deakin. Bliok Oas-im?r-?. FJOOV and Blaok Satt
meta, White M erl m and Gray Dnderohtrts. Damask
and Huoxaback Towels, 10 A and 11-1 Man-dues
Quilt?, Fancy Prints. Bine Don ms, shirting Stripes.
Hammed and Lawn HaodkercbiVfa. . hut srorati.
Leather Balts, Ima Llnena, Casaiinare Wats. Aa
forted Felt Hau, Colorad ti Uri?, Drawer*, and &an
Condlxtotu cash. Sept 3
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Ano tl oncers.
Will bo ?oil THIS DAT, 2d i Ob tant, at the (Md Post -
$1800 CITY OF CHAUT.LISTON FTBI MAH
il Miaree Planter?' and kfeobanira' Baak
$6000 Billa Bank .-Ute. new
H 00 lillis Bank Georgetown
$6000 City ai Charleston 6 per rent Stock
01 share* 8. O. Bailroad Stock.
Tema ca-h. Sept 2
Butler, Stripe, Mid;lr*, Shoulders, Barns,
'fie., just received per Champion
BY LAU lt KY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the 3 1 Septntibor. will be sold in emt
t? ore, at 10 o'clock,
ll) flri.in .BLI! KU
10 boxes MBoked und IT ii . ra oked Sides
4 tierces ci. strips
a had-" H. Hho .Idera
0 h nola S le f
0 ttoraoB Sugir-curcd Haras.
Cond itons raab. Kept 2
Sele, without reserve, of Hou*tkold Furni?
WM McKAY. Aoctionier,
W?1 aell TAI- DAT, 2d In-taut,
Kuperlor FUBNTIURE ol a family dconaiog
10 bbl*. Whlak?y. on account of whom it cay
concern, to pay atorre ind ofensas. Sept)
Nos. 62 i and 624 Ki?g street near Mary.
BY It M. MARSHALL ? BRO.
Cn THDU-D \Y. lUh instant, at ll o'cloek. Will Off
.tilt) at tho O.tl Po-toffl:.?, Hroan-Rtroet,
Tbo above PiiKMI-K>. containing beaides the
stores, 5 square rooma and ntttcj with kitchen, cts
tern, gas, ?o. Lot 30 by WO feet moro or lees.
Term-Oue-tonrtb caen; baatoce in one, two and
thre.J years, secured by bond and mortgage, build?
ing to be in-ii'c I and policy aligned. Purchaser
to pay ua lor papera and etamps.
At the ?arno lime and terms,
RBSIDENCE No. S9 'l radd-st OP,., near Meeting,
oontatnmg 4 t>qnaro rooma ai d pantry outbuilding*,
eisten, eua, fee, Lot 39 by 10J feet, moro or len?.
Sept 2 tbstu4
_giro-marc, Cntlero, (Cte.
glCKLdSS Ott UEAP HOOKS
OF DIRECT IMP0RTAT10S^JU3T ARRIVED.
ALSO ON BAND,
POWDER, SHOr, CAPS, So.
t S. IC 31 \ lt Ml A LL,
SIGN OF IHE "I1IG SDN,"
No. 810 Kirg-atreot, third door below Ioclelf.
Angabt 12 tlistnlmo
rjlUK VM1VKRSAL KAVOKITK,
WILLCOX ?te GIBBS' y
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THU MACHINE STAND? THUS FAS UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SK WING MACHINS, and
bas Uk en the plaoe of over forty double thread aaa.
chines In thia oity. Bellabls Agents wanted aa a*
largs towna ia tho Stete.
D. B. UASKLTO.*,
No. 307 KING-STBBBT,
Wflteo.T & Gibes' A -.-nt of South Carolina.
NB EDLEN, OIL, KILE, fee., coneUnUy OB hand.
BHPAlkiNG m uanaL atuttily Mayl
jprngs, Ocrairais, (Ctr.
J ~J ""-ROS AD ALIS, ?
ROS AD ALIS.
n; 'tinitii'ii. witvicmss ?V co..
Direct Importers ol buropean Drui?a aud Ohomleals,
.May? ntuihlvr I.HAHI K>TON. S. 0.
ti, ll G'S UMVUHML lt U H > I A .1
THIS VALUABLE BElIB'iY 171? EFFEOTBD
innnmerabl't earea, and h is gained for IIB 1' a treat
repatetioa. 1 he discoverer of tbis Salve hus applied
ltwiUi eminent succe-B in thou'3'.o? ot oam-H dur?
ing the Crimean War. and hi.' ouri'd dai.gerous
.vonda, ia mauv caa* 8 couRidered mortal.
MU. E. BtBG ls ine so e posaesaor ot the valuable
ai oret of m alt icu tb ia * ai VP; from ia experience in
using it in Europe sod the nuceesa attending tu ap
plicaliou there, he baa bee?, luduced to Introduce it
into tiie Uutted Mates. IT itEl I..VR> PAINI
3ho-e ?h have Wou> dx, kmn-es CuU of all
kinda,Ot Sort ?. Mona, Scratches Mu-quito Sites,
Frost Kitten JjtDte, Hore Li a. chilbiai a. OhUdren'i
scorbutic curr.pl unu on Beud and Ka e, are t-piedlly
cured, It has proved < X great auvautage to ladies,
and ia T O. uliariy adapted for ?atbered brc-a.t?, ?or*
le.;-, fee. through con?nement, sud other canaca.
It act>s liko magic in removiug Holls Pimples, and
Cutaneoua Diseut-ea, and bax been rucce^afully
u-ed for ' oms bunions and Hore Throat, Uv apply?
ing external y every pvenl ? before colng to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Prim 25c . 60c., and $1
per Jar. (jffioo, N .. 260 B >wery. N. I. None genuino
u'ile?scounteMignetl K. BEltU'> OMVEKSAL RUS?
SIAN ^ k A LING **LVE, No 240 Lowery, New
York. Fnrsalc bj JOUN F. BEN UT, No 8 College
I'lace. Now York. e-tutb
jj ? tl A lt K P If li
WM AT MEDICINES
YOU T A K K .
WUBNTOU ABKEXH D'?'ED HT OVERWORK
ol h' al or ha< <> and led (bc need oi -o,?'',hi?g In
vi-.oraring difj't Jr'Uk wni.-l.ov or any intOSAei
th ii ?, whe hi-r uuttertfM l'iimc ol -i,t-rs or otbtf
nrlso. ?-uchartlcleii ?;?v<> ju-, a mern .tr.-i.g:h to
>.< ur weary < oil and mind na Ihe wbi" gives to the
jailed bonw, and no mor ?. \ dui. r stimo!:in:s arv
injurioiiii to Ni'tTe hi'::I.h au I atn A UV A y > followed
by ^.'LPl:E^^I^'u BKACJIOtf.
Ihidd'H iNerrine and Invigorator
it) a TONK! ai d GENTLE STIYJIXAN f which la
Nur uti.-a iel by KE ACTION W at II pains for
yo>. lt munirai' B. Ween it *. fr?hes bod* or minti,
it refreshes wi h natural stre. gth ha' Come< io stay,
we ?ire not recommeudiou teetotuiiim in ttiemtemt
ol tinv faction; but long and ex ended ona^rra'ian
toacbe* u. that he wl o : csor's to tb? ao'tlo fer ree*
or recupera!ton. will And, as he Uee<.s at I?, tba' hw
is kiudhug a Of. in bia nones ?rnch will com?n?
like the flames ot perdition. Turu '.rom it Takts
onie that will refreeo >nd not destroy. DODO'S
sEBViNK U forpa^e by al) Dru* dut.. Prie*. On*
IK Uar. ^'ee Dook of certia^uieo that accompanies
e i cb bel i le. 7mos Jnne2S
BROKER, ?17CT10NKKR AND COMM?
SAX1S OF SEAL ESTA 1 it ?OOM. BOI?TJ8,BnV
0BHITIE8 AVIi PUJONA/. PKOPSBTT
Ss. a 7 B K O A t?-S T R BE *
OHABLE^TON, 8. a
U.U. HENS BUIST, W. J. MA ABATE, |SS>
UQ?rai JAMES C0N.VH.R, T. B. ?AfiUSO, lJ<>