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^ Auctlou Sales This Day.
Lauroy A. Alexander will sell at il o'clock,
on Boyceis wharf, a cargu or pineapples.
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pur>
llcation in THB NEWS, must, in all cases, be piid
Xor tn advance.
PEACHES.-Aiken shipped twenty-two boxes
of t eaches on Monday" last (from two orchards.)
TRINITY CHURCH.-At night service at this
<hurch. to morrow. Rev. J. M. Carlisle will deliver
the second bf his s . rles or sermons to the young.
A CHILD was POISONED in Chester, S. C., by
drinking a teaspoonful of a solution of concen?
tra; ul lye. Parents should be c&reral to keep this
and ?titer dangerous anieles out of the reach of
KEV. E. J. METNARDIE.-The Chester Repor
ter says : "We were glad a few days ago to meet
-the Kev. E. J. Meynardie on onr streets again. His
ti p has improved hts health, and his friends
.are hopeful that he will soon be restored to his
usual stiength and usefulness.
T FIRE.-An alarm of fire was raised last even?
ing between 0 and 10 o'clock, caused by a sudden
illumination In Market street. The Hope Steam
Engine and Hook and Ladder, No. 2, were quickly
run ont, but failed to discover the fire. The
. alarm proved to be a false one, and the excite?
ment quickly subsided.
TUE CUSTOMHOUSE HUMOR,-Owing to the
visits of two Radical magnates from the National
'Bear Garden to look Into the affairs at the Cus?
tomhouse, lt is rumored that things are not
worn imf satisfactorily, and important changes
it ls said will take place. The appraisers, inspec?
tors; rind the night-watch department will feel the
- official gu : Hot ine. The changes are expected to
go ia to operation next month.
A Hoa GIFT ENTERPRISE.-Chester is not to
be t esten, says the Reporter, try Oharieston,
Angas:a dr anybody els?. She has a gift enter?
prise of her own. The prizes are in substantial
live hog meat. "Two dollars," says the local
.paper, "may procure a small family meat enough
to do them a year." Chester ought tb send an
.agent to Charleston.
DIEO FROM THE EFFECT OF Hrs WOUNDS.
From private letters, we learn that Claudius J.
Plaues, who was shot about a fortnight ago by J.
A. Schr?ck, Esq., trial Justice. ?Med on Sanday
olgnt last. His leg had been amputated about a
-week before. Mr. Pigues was twenty-eight years
?11. Schr?ck applied for ball on Wednesday last.
He was represented by his counsel, Messrs. Shan?
non and J. M. Davis.
CRUMBS.-Mr. C. F. Holst, a citizen of Ches
'te;-, died on the sch Inst, 59 years old. He was a
native of Copenhagen, Denmark, and settled in
Chester In 1844.
A in itch game of bise bali will take place this
arte-noon on the Citadel Green, between the Pal?
metto and Grey Stocking Base Ball Clubs.
There will be music oe-the Battery this evening
.by the Phoenix Brass Band, W. R. Fordham,
MiLiTiRY.-Company F, 7th United States
?Cavalry, of euhty-four men, commanded by
Lieutenant D. McIntosh, arrived at Sumter on
M m 'ay last, and have gone into csmp there.
This company (with three others, ordered to Nash
Tt le, Wlnnsboro' and -Darlington Courthouse,)
carne *f rom Fort Lyon, Colorado Territory, and
were t waive days on the route to Columbia. Sum- '
ter, we learn, has now been made a post, and,
-with the Infantry, numbers one hundred and
A' VALUABLE Doo RECOVERED.-Constable
?C. Evans, while proceeding to Summerville on
horseback, along the State road, on Thursday
night, overtook a negro man leading a handsome
poiut JV dog. Stopping at Ladson's, he endeavor,
ed to purchase the dog, which the man offered to
se i fur $o. Upon being charged' with stealing
the animal, the man ran, and the constable se?
en, ed : he dog. It ls a large brown p jin ter, cover?
ed wi-h white spots, an I can be seen at the Fire?
proof Building. '
STRUCK BT LIOHTNINO.-A correspondent of |
the Yorkvlile Enquirer, writing from Rook Hill,
nuder date of Thursday last, says : "Daring the
heavy rain here yesterday evening, Mr. Dilling?
hams he telegraph operator at this place, was
struck by lightning. He was sitting with his ri: ht
arm res; lng on the < pera tor's table, and near the
instrument. The electric current struck him on
his right side, penetrated through -the body and
passed of] his right leg, breaking .he skin in
st vt nip] aces, ripping his pantaloons and tearing
open his shoes. He was paralyzed and speech?
less fi r a time, but has stooe recovered the usc Ot
him - elf and ls doing weil."? -. .
9LUBS A>ti>:8TA.?-siEd8^:Jricid&g, a colored
damsel, arrested /^trespass! mr. upon a gentle?
man's premise^ was flnrisjd over to a trial Jus?
tice. . .:
Robert Johnson, an enterprising youth, whose
kleptomanie propensities got him in tron?le with
Mr. H. M. Meyers, the keeper of a grocery store
at the corner of Meeting and John streets, was
sent to the House or Correction for thirty days as
A fine white bu'l-dog, with brindle spots, was
found by the detectives,.and turned over to the
Two pieces of jewelry, recovered from raiders,
.were restored tc the owner on proof o." property,
DEATH OF MR. J. S. RYAN.-Mr. J. 8. Ryan
died yesterday morning of paralysis, at his resi?
dence in Calhoun street, near the foot of Rutledge
avenue, in the sixtieth year of his age, arter an
Illness of a little more than a week. He came to
this city in 1839 from the North. In 1848 he opened
lousiness as a broker and commission merchant
In the same office on Broad street where he was
conducting his business when overtaken by the
fell destroyer. About 1854 he became the finan?
cial agent of the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road, and ocr. neted its affairs In an able and
satisfactory manner. He then became the con?
tractor for the budding of the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad, which .he performed most
successfully. Since then Mr. Ryan has been
more or less identified, with the road, and at one
time, shortly after-th? war, be had the entire
charge of lt. Mr.' Ryan wi? a maa of much
shrewdness, and-^justness capacity, and by close
attention to business was lu fire enjoyment or a
large foriune-^ost*-before the;Var His funeral
Wi'take place thjB.-.af*?^ooo, at half-past 4
THAT CITT INSPECTOR-On King street, be?
tween Morris and Radcliffe, there now exists a
nuisance wu ch. lu addition to the inconvenience
it affords to ihe neighboniood. threatens serious?
ly the health of that portion or the city. The
board drain alo..g the sidewall; falls to receive
the rcruse water. rnnningJrom the various lois,
and opposite Ohrte'opher'a stables the putrid
water has settle t in pools nuder the piaule road.
As horses and vebl les cross these places, the
water an I mad slush up bst.veen tue cracks or
the planks lu impromptu wa:, r soouts, and at
night, as the foul pools se lle, the most offen?
sive and disgus lng odors pervade the
atmosphere. In every breath of air sre the
seed6 ol . malun-iui rever, and notwith?
standing the continued complaints of the
residents no effoit has been made to abate the
nuisance. Owiut? to perverse obstinacy of the
.carpenter or contractor, who had his own notions
about drains, the old drain was filled n? when the
street was being repaired last fad. and a board
drain s?bsituted. This Is beantirnlly inclined
from the hlghe-t point on the stree' to the large
drain, ont, unfortunately, ls just ahoye the drains
from the yai d< wul?h empty their filthy waters
on the plank-road ju.t b low lt. The p ?ols, the
odors, the l-convenlences and the fever, will be
the consequences, unless the matter la a' tended
to. Where is the health department? Or have
we any auch inst Rations ar. all in this city gov
-Jprned upon highly scientific principles.
THE GREAT JUBILEE OF FOPS
J I VS IX. ?fe rf&fc
-S S ? ?T
The Catholics of Charleston, wil? celebrate
this unprecedented event In the following mail?
1st. This (Saturday) evening, at 7 o'clock, in the
CathedralChapel, solemn Benediction, followed
by the Te Denen. ? ??i |K ^J
2d. Ak half-past >V?ock aSsafrHo of iweaty
five gans In honor of the twenty-five years of Hie
glorious pontificate of Plu3 IX.
3d. A mass meeting or tue Catholics of Charles
ten on the Cathedral grounds.
4th. The meeting wu: be addressed try the Very
Rev. T. Bermingham/Hon. M. P. O'Connor, Rev.
Jolie Uoore, D. p., and Rev. C. J. Croghan. .
5Hn Display of fireworks. . ..
6th. B*y"rnnto; tn? Pope, sung by? ihe children
x>r the Cathedral Sunday-schooL '
7th. illumination of the ruins or the Cathedral
and grounds with Bengal lights.
8th. Solemn hymn of thanksgiving, accompa?
nied by the band.
The guard or honor will assemble at .Citadel
Green at s o'clock, and will march down King lo
Broad street, TO consist of the following, gentl?.
men: Captain Louis Smith, W. F. Devereux,
John T. Kanapanx, C. J. Laurey, John M. Bakor,
D. A. J. Sullivan, J. W. Devereux, H. F. Brandt,
,D". O'Neill. James E. Lafitte, Antolna Riols, T. T'.
Chapean, John A. Moroso, Thomas M. O'Neill, H.
J. O'Neill, F. McGarey, A. M. Marlon, G. A Fohn,
O bar?es. A. Bowman, Edward Prlrr, Adolphus.
Kennedyr Thomas Kennedy, Thomas McGarey,
John McManus, Michael O'Connor, J. V. Brandt,.
Oscar Kanapaux. F. J. Green, Claud Poaluot, T.
S. O'Brien, Tho na - J. Lyons, Juba Conroy,' John
Kerlgan, Maj. Thomas B. Trout, Robert Thomp?
son, Wm. Moran, Jam?s Salvo, C. R. Cassidy,
Julian Barbot, Patrick Moran, Peter Fallon, A.
Rioft, Thomas E. H&gau, Thomas J. Garety, J. J.
Grace, L. Soubeyroux. Jo a F. Maher, E. L. O'Neill.
Wm. Magher, J. C. Black, Patrick Culleton, R. J.
Morris, A. w. Lee, P. A. Beamish, J. Dothrtge, A.
A. St.-Arcand, James B~. O'Neill, Mathew Maher,
Wm. B. O'Neill, F. F. Ohappeau, Bernard
Boya, John Burk, Edward O'NeUl. John J-,
FarloDg, John Hartnett, Johu O'Connell,
David Lyons. John Boyd, Theodore Parker,
M. Hartnett, P. B. L liane, M. Clare, J. P. Cassidy'.
P. Kruse, John Burk, Mat. Murray, Titos. Mere?
dith, Jo3. Melvin, Owen Callahan, Edwd. Daly. M.
Powers, James Cosgrove, James F. Slattery, Pe;er
Dennlan, Chas. Due, John Slattery, Chas. Drake,
Stephen Maloney, Patrick Slattery, Edwd. Den?
otan, James Slattery, Jona'Gonzalez, E?wu. col?
lins, Lawrence Marphy, Peter Gouteveriier, Henry
Schachte. L. B. Michell. Edwtl. Maguire, Morris
Maguire, Emile St. Amand, J. V. MuNatnee, J.
Eugene St. Amand, Dennis Naughton.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Meeting of War* 3.
One of the largest and most imposing meet?
ings yet held took place last evening at the Hiber?
nian Hall, composed of the citiz.ns of Ward 3.
Every class and condition was well represented,
and the assemblage seemed thoroughly imbued
with the importance of the work before them.
Mr. John F. Britton was called temporarily to the
chair, Messrs. J. A. Quickenbush and Burnett
being requested to act as secretarlea
A committee of five, appointed to nominate per?
manent officers, reported the names of the fol?
lowing gentlemen, who were'elected by acclama?
tion: G. Lamb Buist, president; Edwin Bates,
first vice president; H. Ferguson, secoBd vice
president; Alva Gage, third vice-president; L.
Mowry, fourth vice president; Captain Foll?n,
fifth vice pre-ld em; John A. Quackenbush and
James Armstrong. Jr., secretaries; C. W. Sed?
ulous, Jr., treasurer.
Mr. Buist, on taking the chair, expressed lils
thanks for the honor.' He gave a brief resatne of
the situation, and Impressed upon the meeting
that In this election no political principles wore
involved-that all who had such should lay them
aside and Join In the effort to give ?lie city a relia?
ble and efficient government. He recommended
that rhere should not be much speech-making
until . he candidates were In the field, and that
the work should now go on with jut noise and
On motion, Captain Cordes, and Messrs. W. A.
Zimmerman, A. O. Stone, John Dan'.OL and R. E.
Brown were appointed a committee to procure a
hall suitable for the club meetings, either in
Wards 3 or 4.
..Messrs. G. A. Foll?n, R. M. Bailer, B. Boilmann,
fohn'Mousees and Thomas Devin were then ap
pointed a committee on finance.
On motion, a committee of three, conslstlng'of
Captan Mims, S. L. Bennett and Hugh Ferguson,
were appointed to confer with similar commit?
tees from the other wards.
Thameertng then adjourned to meet again one
the*28* h Instant for the purpose bf electing six
Jelegates to the nominating convention to be
aeld on the 5th o Nu ly.
CAROLINA DRAMATIC CLUB.-The entertain?
ment of th s club passed off last evening la thc
most agreeable manner. The audience was a fair
rae, and seemed heartily to enjoy the fun and
humor of "An Unwarrantable Intrusion." "Still
Wate s ??u Deep" w?s still more highly appre?
THE STATE COORT-SENTENCE DAT.-The
r;ourt or General Sessions was opened at io o'clock
yesterday morning, Hon. R..F. Graham, pre?
The Seven cases against the county commis?
sioners, F. C. Miller, E. P. Wall and M. McLaugh?
lin, for official misconduct, were con tia ned until
next tenn of the court.
The State vs. B. H. Bequest-assault with intent
to kill and assault and battery. 'Coat lu oed to the
next term or the court.
The State vs. Pompey Virgin-bu-glary and
larceny. Messrs. Batts and Mackey for the de?
fence. Verdict, guilty.
The prisoners convicted during the term were
then brought up and received their sentences as
Pompey Virgin-burglary and latceny. Ten
years In the Penitentiary, with hard labor.
John Mitchell-burglary. Five years in thc
Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Daniel Cox-grand larceny, (two cases.) Two
years in the Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Henry Taylor-grand larceny. One year In the
Penitentiary, with bard labor.
David Morrison-grand larceny. Three years
m the Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Johu James-grand larceny. One year In tba
Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Moses Johnson-grand larceny. One year in
the Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Wm. Lewis-grand. larceny-One year Jo the
Penitentiary, with hard labor.
Haskla Morris-graud larceny. One year in
the Penitentiary, with hard labor.
August Htfrtzer-grand larceny.' Two y eira In
the Peuiteutlary, wiib hard labor.
Albert Mercer-grand larceny. One year In the
Penitentiary, with-hard labor.
John alias George Washington-grand larceny.
One year In thc Peol en t.arv, with hard labor.
diaries H. Cieapor-bigamy. One year in the
Wm. Smalls-breach of trust. Two months in
the County Jail.
Bill Reid-assault and battery. Two months In
Stephen Jones-assault and battery. Two
mouths in the County Jail. . -
.The jury were then discharged sine die. ano
tue court adj urned until io o'clock this morning,
when the contingent docket will be called.
Hotel Arrival?-June 16.
C. F. Perne, Baltimore; M. R. Clark. Flori?
da; James M. Bebee, Boston; Jonas Fitch, Port?
land; Mrs. E. Richardson, Aiken; E. C. Lovell,
Oiangeburg; P. MaUark?y, Savannah;- L. A. Son?
der, Wilmington;s. D. Ross, Philadelphia
Joseph John-on, W?ier Valley, Miss.; Jno Pres?
ton, Jr., James P. B ivce, south Carolina; Miss N.
R. Lane, New York; ?. Mayer, Wilmington; R. S.
Agnew. Aiken; C. W. Holbrook, New York; A. H.
Waring, Ira E. Hill. South Carolina
Mrs. Samuel Sampson, Miss Idt Sampson, J.
W. Turon Mrs. L. Morgan, J.i&le Morgan, Tnos.
Morgan, Georgetown; James Windsor, Columbia.
BVSIBBSS B o x i o BU.
j P>'BiPRtE8,- Attention la directed to the
'sal? of "Abe pineapples t?'.3 morning, by L no rey A
Alexander, on Boyce's wharf.
CHEAP NOTE PAPER at $1 per ream, to close
out the lot, can ne had-for a few days,-at
i'.. v I WAL ; 3 a, _E VANS & COOSW-ELL.
jun?t7-?iu2 - ??? '? No. 3 Broad'street.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. EASEL STREBT BAZAAR,
apr20 s And No. 161 King Street.
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and the country that they can buy abetter and
cheaper Sewing Machine from me than.they can
e:sewhereraml now is the tkne, and Ko. 31 Queen
street ls the place, to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come ail, and let me serve you to a No. 1 Machine.
junio J L. Lavs FORD.
THE ATTENTION* OP WATCH-BUYERS is called
to our large ?tock of Waltha -n Waicbes. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
United States as the best and cheapest tn the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. OARRINOTOK A- GO.,
maris No. 256 King street.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Qa3el street Bazaar. octl4-s
THE ACADEMY, OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
CERTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chadwick,
Gary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub agent for this
splendid and attractive soheine ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. E. M. Moreland,
No. 29 Broad street. may29
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(cord) Howard. Geor- Oakes, Mrs
Brows, Mrs giana Saxey
Tayro Hughe*,Mrs WL O'Brien, Mrs
Brown, Mrs V E Hugging, Miss Andrew
Bird, Mrs WU- Elizabeth O'Roy, Mrs Chas
liam Hughes, Mrs OE A
Biakelev, Mrs uutchlnson, Oas, Mrs B '
Rebecca ' Miss Eliza Perkins, Mrs
BOT mian. Mrs Johnson,Miss M Dianna
Elizabeth Johnson Miss Perry. Mrs Sa
Bryan, Mrs Jno Johnson, Marla rah L
M Johnson, Miss T Perry, Miss Ma
Bright, Mrs Jo- Alice E ry J
seph Johnson, Mrs Pipkin, Mrs
Buckley. Miss Elizabeth Char es
Mary L Johnson.Mrs EJ Plath, Mm C
Carr. Mrs Eliza Johnson, Mrs Pilaod, Mrs El
Carr, Miss L Wm E len
Casey, Mrs A M Jones. Mary Porter,Miss Em
Carter, Mrs EU- Jones, AF ma
za ?JeiTords, Mrs Porcher, Miss
Capers, Miss j Elizabeth Lula
Fany Jenkins, Mrs F Prince, Mrs M
Capers, Mr9Saly! L Prothro, Miss G
Clyburn, Mis? c Jenkins, Mrs Rabbi Miss
A j Clark Alice
Cl<bu n, Miss Jenkins, Mollie. Kennan, Miss S
Almena Joy, Misa Lydia Rlchls?n, Miss
Chlsi'lm, Miss (cord) Mary
. Mary Kunapanx, Mrs Riley, Mrs Mar
Clear, Miss M Eugenia Cha
Chu t. n Mrs F j Kennedy, Mrs Rivers, Mrs Ma
Collins, Miss Amandy ry
-Mary Kennedy, Miss Robertson. Miss
Collins, Mrs JE hate Annie R
Collins, Mrs M Regan,Miss Ma- Robinson, Miss
A ry A Lizzie
Colline Mrs Keckley. Miss Robinson, Mrs
Martha k-tszte R K
Cormier, Mrs Kenzle, Mrs Le Rogers, Mrs Ma
CecellaV noir ry
Conley, Mus El Ring, Mrs J J Rosey, Miss Ma -
len T Kinloch, Miss ria
Cole. Mrs An- Sophie ' Salters, Mrs Eli?
nen Lacomb, Mrs zabeth
Courtney, Mrs S Susan Sanders, Mrs
G - Ladson, Mrs LlsBta
Cox. Mrs Sam- Jane Scranton, Jenny
uel ' Ladson, Mrs schroeder, Miss
cross. Mrs Ame-1 Eliza Mary
Ita G . Lamb, Mrs Eliza Seabrook, Miss
Dawson, Caro- Lance, Mrs M H Hannah
linc laughlin, Miss Shier, Miss An
Days, Hannah Lon na
Desaussure, Lavia, Mrs Ca- Sherlong, Mrs E
Miss Mary A therine Simpson, Miss
Donald, Miss M Leonhardt, Mise- Annie
Dowd, Mrs L G Minna Stall, Miss Cecil
Duffy. Miss Ma- Levy, Lehna E
ry 0 '.eonard, Miss Sires. Mrs M E
Duncan, Mrs | Patsy Small, Mrs Cor
Margaret Levy, Mary nella (col'dl
Edward?, Miss Libate, Miss Small, Mrs EHa
0 D Irene Smith, Mrs Psu
Edwards, Miss Linley, Miss Ju- line
- Nancy ? Ila Smith, Mrs Eva
Elliott, Mrs Ma- Little, Mrs Mary lina
rm h. Lloyd, Miss Snelling. Nancy
Evans, Mary Alica. Steele,-MrsJohn
Jane Logan, M J G
Fan-el I. Annie Lorrin, Mrs Lou- Strouble, Mrs
E Isa Harriett .
Ferrara, Mrs P Macnamara, Swlntory, Mrs
J Miss L HE
Pickling. Miss Martin. Miss Thompson, Miss
il a; le Oreana Mary
Flathmann, Mrs Michel, Alice Thorne, Mrs Eli
.C - Middleton, Ra- zabeth -
Flynn. Mrs L chel Tucker, Mrs Ma
Fraser,MrsLoiu- Miller, Miss El- rta
sa la Ward.MlssKate
Frayser, Teaner Mitchell, Miss Waring, Miss
Frays. , Miss Caroline Annie
Mulvluia Mitchell, Mrs C Washington,
Garden, Miss D . MrsF.innle
Tussle . Motte, Lavinia West. Mrs E
Gadsden, Miss- Murray, Miss Westerland. Mrs
Martha Eden White, Mrs Ma
Gadsden. Miss Murray, Mrs ria
Fl rrle I Edza Wilkerson, Hw
Garrett, Miss Murray, Mrs Mam Ann
Margret Betsev Wilson, Miss
Gibbs Mrs Kaitv'Ma.loy,Miss Liz- Mary J
Gibson, Miss I zle Williams, Mrs
Agnes Mvers, Mrs K C E leu
Gibson. Mrs L Young. Mrs
Cathrine . Pauli ue
Adatr, W F
Almes, John W
Anderson, J C
Ar t ope..Geo-T
A vinger, l'hoiJ
Beekcr, T W
Beunett, -J B
Block, W R
Bride, W B
Burnham, P B
Burrows, C V
Caste, Grffln M
Casto, G i min M
Carpenter, S M
Clark. Jos H
Compton, J D
Corcoran. T D
Coote, R R
Deoy, Fri ward
Dedeq, H L
Downs, Geo w
Dodge, M K
Karly, John H
Eilet, Barn?tt -
E'itlemann, T D
Faik, W j '
Fraiser, John A
-Oatiuon? W J
? G.fr ei, Samuel
Gadsden, W J
Gasuorn, W FA
Gourdin John K
Graber, G W
Gr?uget, H E
Grant, W A
Gulbes, Cain C
Hai lesion, Rich?
Hargr ve, John
HIH, ?-aac H
Hillen, John S
Ougee, A M
Hur?te. J M
H) er. H S
Jenkins, R F
Jenkins, Dr Ed?
Jones, Charles B
Johns on, George
Johanson, W H
Ken av, Jno
Kenedy, Jno F
Keckley, J B
King, F Marlon
Klein, E -
Kurklln, J R
Kieuseu, F D
Lesene, E B
Lee, Peter '
Longham, J C
1 homos P
Lowilmore,' J M
Stephen L -
Maddo; Jno E' -
Magill, Albert V
Maj ?hall A Co,
Martin, W E
Edwip-, . -
Meyer, G H
Missy, R H
Mitchell, Jno C
Milis, L M
McElhose, R H
Nelson, J G
itabone, w R
Otton, J B
Palmer, R B
Parker, James B
Pepper, R D
Pebo iy, P
' dan C
Pope, R R
Pritchard. J A
Price, Francis J
Fregnal, H H
Rabo, J 0
Reu, L Gross
Reynolds, J R
Reid, w R
Richardson, J C
Rickella, E H
Kobblnson, S W
-awatsky, J M
Scnroder, W H
Sea inn, Corne?
Scott. Robert P
S lt apera, L D
fSnepard, J S
s h m Itt- Wm
Simmons, Geo il
Slinunsr H M
Smith, Ben -
-mun. Be n j-S
Smith, "Daniel B
.f&mafl, Henry N
mau. Rev chas
BI afford", Toney
Stephens, B J
s even?, Wash?
ington ' ..
>tewatf, J H
stewart, . Wia
Steadman, S P
scan, i-i ? a ry
rerrlli, H W
rhee i II g. L
Two M II. M F
Tulon, J A.
Tyler, Henry L
Webb, J L
West.1 homas M
Whaley, Geo w
Whitley, W Bay
Wordager, A D
Wright, wilie B
Wyuans A Co.
SPOR T O P THE CONB
T I O
OF THE ' _ -
FIRST NASriOVTAJL* BANK ' OF ?ELATtl/ESTOI^
IN CHARLESTON, Di THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA, AT TH? CLOSE OP
BUSINESS ON THE 10TH DAY OF JUNE, 1871.
Loans and Discounts.,.$705,312 79
Overdrafts.:.;. 9,918 77
United States Bonds to secure circula?
tion . 350.000 oo
Other Stocks, nonda ana Mortgages... 7.9C4 09
Dne from Redeeming and Reserve
Agents. 00,956 30
Due from other National Banks. 82,222 73
Dtfe from other Banks and Bankers.... 58,783 68
Banking House.$10,160 46
Other Real Estate. 3,100 oo
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,410 io
Current Expenses.-11,302 16
Taxes paid.. 14,245 99-25,548 14
Premiums. 16,652 62
Cash, to wjt:
BUls of other National Banks. 25,586 00
Fraetional Currency, inclue- .
lng Nickela. 4.907 60
Specie (Coln). 7,882 24
Legal Tender Notes. 71,000 00
- 108,855 84
Capital Stock paid in. .$600,ooo oo
Surplus Fund. 102,451 et
Exchanges. 12,604 60
Interest. 13,691 61
National Bank Circulation outstand?
ing. 270,000 00
Dividends unpaid..'. 156 09
Individual Deposits.40^869 14
Due to National Banks.?9,086 44
Due to other Banks and Bankers. 53,351 23
STATS OF Sorra CAROLINA, CHARLESTON COUNTY:
I, WM. C. BREESE, Cashier or ,'Ttie First National Bank," of Charleston, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
WM. C. BREESE, Cashier.
FRANCIS J. PELZ ER, )
JOS. L. TOBIAS, } Directors.
. . ' W. L. TRENHOLM, J
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16thiiune, 1871.
Junl7-1 J. O. BECKMAN, Notary Public
Dm ?OO?S, &Z.
UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS !
FOR FIVE DAYS LONGER,
WE PARTICULARLY INVITE THOSE WHO ARE DESIROUS OF OBTAINING BARGAINS TO
VISIT OUR STORES, AS SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY IS SELDOM OFFERED.
EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR STOCK
WILL BE DISPOSED OF.
AT NEW YORK COST AND LESS !
' A LARGE LISE OF
Slimmer Dress Goods, Irish Linen, Bird's-Eye Diaper, Silk
Trimmings, Ribbons, &c.,
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
49- Call and be convinced. The attention of Merchants ls called to the above. .
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
Nos. 244 and 437 KING- STREET.
Juns . "
.fine ?rorcries, Ut.
BEDFORD S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTOR? AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, in
BISCUITS, ?C., ?ba'
N. BV-1 OLAlM ?i &B?P TBE LARGEST STOCK. AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OJ
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. .
JE. EL. BEDFORD,
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 375 KING STREET.
OPPOSITE HASEL. ?
WliOL, Kl~! ALE AND R72TA?1L. DEALER
Fine Teas. Coffees. Suerars Provisions. Spices, &c*
HElUtEFICALLY SEALED FIIU1TS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, Ac. *
All articles sohl from-rhis establishment are or the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED
.locus lelivered to ali parts of the City, Railroad Depots, steamboats, free or expense. ??
VE lt J
O HO ICE
PA M I Ll
AND VERY .OLD
BVERf E. BEDFORD^
;EO. H. CRUBER. * (
SEND FOR A
(JAS. S. MARTIN,
j WM. G. MOOD, JR,
5!) ir tc uno ?nrm?t)uirj J&ao?Js.
THE. PLACE FOR LOW PRICES.
Fit, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
^ Latest New York and London Cats.
* STAR SHIRTS.
Order your shirts now, before the hot
J .STAR SHIRTS.
Shirrs, Collars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Rcady.Made.
? .. STAR SHIRTS.. . .
At less price than any other Qrst class
m Men's Famishing Goods at
SCOTTS SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
I STAR SHIRTS.
Xeraspapcrs, ittacannss, Ut
U?VAL ~CA RCTL ? N7AN~~
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cent*
Per annum.$2 oe
For sale by
WALKER. EVANS A-COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Brood street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
Utotcljes, JcvDclrrj, Ut.
NOS. 505 and 60J BROADWAY', N. Y*.
STERLING SILVER FOURS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods' are pronounced superior in beauty
or nnish, and greater lu variety of pattern, to an)
Table Ware manufactured.
A LA ROS STOCK OP
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Drnas, "Itiemicale, Ut.
ROS AD ALIS is the best Blood
-ROS AD ALIS, a sure cure for
HOS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROS AD ALIS, the best Altera?
ROS AD ALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. P?GH, ol Baltimore.
Ur. THOs. J. BOT KIN, of Ballimore.
Dr. A. DORO AN, pf Tarboro', N. 0.
Ur. J. s. SPARKS, of Nicholasvllc, Ky.
Ur. A. F, WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Ur. W. HOLLOWAV, of Philadelphia. ,
Ur. J. h. McOARTHA, of South Carolina,
and many otners. See ROSA DAL is ALMANAC
cndors?d by Rev. UABN'EY BALL, now of Mary?
laiiii conference, formerly Chaplain in the Con?
federate Ai my of Northern Virginia .
ls Alterative, Touic and Diuretic, and acts al
one and the same tune upon thc 11L0UU, LIVER.
KiUNEVb anil ?ill the SECRETORY OROANS.es
pelling all impure matter and cu lld tug up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) WllOlesalO
GOODRICH. WINEMAN A CO., I Agents In
Ur. ll. UAER, ) Charleston.
?PHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STKOiNb
A SORE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mau, post agi
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote is the best remedy that can br
administered in Manla-a-Potu, and also for al?
For sale by Dr. H. BAER. "
No. m Meeting street,
nr.r.r A*ftM for siHiih ii min?
JgLECTRO MAGNETIC BATTERIES,
MLUICINE CHESTS, PHYSICIANS' SADDLE?
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
mario_No. 131 Meeting street,
JJENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLER
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail b>
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
? - a? dosen PINEAPPLES.
Je?^ arrived from San Salvador Island, and in
??U te sold in lou t? aalt purohasers. "
Conations positively cash._ jaal7
TJNDER F?EEO?p3?BE OF MOET
Will be sold on WE DN?3DAY, the Stat day or
June. 1871, at io o'clock A. M., at the Old Bakery
Stand, No. 88 East Bay.. " ?.. t,. ?: ? , *
The remaining a toe c or a welt kept BaSery, con?
sisting of BAKING MACHINE, Paw, Orena,
Bencnes, Batogxtensiis, Store Fixtures, and
the stock In traie. . , . -.. ??j] v,, r
Terna cash.. ?.', ; jan|7
By LOUIS D. DeSAHSSTJKS,
RESIDENCE OK- NORTH SIDE OP
Wentworth street, we6t of Lynch street
sate nuder Mortgage, br order.of Mortgagee.
On TUESDAY, the soft JnneTat tl o'cl?St A/H.,
will be sold at public auction, near the old PDK
Dfflce, . . :
AH that LOT OF LAm^th the two abd, a l
story WOODEN RESIDENCE tr' ereon, on -.he i
side of Wentworth street, weat or Lynchst!
with Brlok Kitchen, also a small Brick- Dwef
with 4 rooms. -,
The Lot measures so feet front, more or less, by
131 feet deep, more or less; hounding to I:?M) south
on Wentworth street, north on Lauds now or late
or Albert Eire, east on Lands noir or late or estate
Mrs. Logan, west on Lands now or late'or K L?
Conditions cash. Purchasers to'rav'for papers
and revenue stamps. may2?-iol?Stul
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
ADOLPHUS MIGNOT, BX AL, VS.
A. J R?TTES, W Afc. .. *
By virtue of an order bf Co a rt in the above case,
to me directed, will -be sold on TUESDAY, the
20th day of June next, in front of the Old C'tstom-^
house, at elev?n (ll) o'clock A. M.; ' :;
All that LOT OF LAND,* situated oe tie east
side of King street, Containing in front oh said
street thirty reet, more or ie?e, and In depth one
hundred and thirty-five feet, more or less: bound?
ed to the west on King street, to t h e non t h nh Land
now or late of A. J. Rutjes, east on land of Henry
Horlbeck, north on land of 0. Bang. *
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the east side
of King street, sooth of and adjoining the-above,
and known as No. 172. containing twenty reet la
front on said - street, and - in depth one' hundred
and thirty-o ve feet, more or less; bounded to the
north on land now or late ot A.- J. Ru ejes, east on
land now or late of John Heriberts, smith on. land
now or late or O. B. Hilliard, and. weat by Klug
street. ? ..- ? .. ..
Term/i-One-fourth cash; balance on a creditor
one, two and three years from the dar ot sale.
Credit portion of each lot to .be secured by bonds
or the purchaser in amounts to facilitate the divi?
sion ordered In this case; to be cecured by. mort?
gage br the premises. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. . E. W. M. MACKEY, .
C. F. PANKNtM,
CHEMIST il APOTHECARY,
No. 128 MEETING- STR12ET,
CHARLESnON, 8. O."
ATTENTION IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED TO
the NEW NON-POISONOUS and ODORLESS DIS?
INFECTANT and ANTISEPTIC,
CH LOR AL UM,
(Chloride of Aluminium, the Saline Antiseptic;
harmless as common salt.)
The Lancet, August 27th, 1870, says of this pre?
paration: "It ls quite as potent as Cb lor?ele of Zinc
or Carbolic Acid, and ls at the sanie time not
poisonous and devoid of unpleasant smell or every
kind. These qualities will, no doubt, Insure its
being extensively used, and at no distan; date we
may expect it to displace the antiseptics which
are at present in vogue."
CHLO RA LUM is an astringent antiseptic, ap?
plied to fonl ulcers by Lenden surgeons, as a gar?
gle In scarlet fever, diphtheria and common sore
throat, and has been fonnd -invaluable in inflam?
mation of the eyes, Ac.
CHLORALUM can pe relied on by Farmers In
the treatment of Foot and Month Disease; and In
carrying on disinfection in their homes, stables,
cowbeds, plgstyes and poultry-houses.
OHLORALUM for dog Kennels can be used with
great advantage and economy in keeping meat
fresh for any length of time, in purifying the
benches and yards, and completely removing the
foul and sickening odor of dirty or ill-drained
ta- For sale in quantities to suit purchasers.
The advertiser is also in receipt of a small lot or
Espies Cigarettes, for Asthma.
Together with a Fresh supply of
For sale low by the case.
MANUFACTURER OF 1
PIMM'S HEPATIC BITTERS
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none for the relief or Diseases
of the stomach and Liver.
A full a'Sortmest of MEDICINES. PERFUME?
RIES, CHEMICALS, Ac, of his own lmpcriatt n.
Through constant effort and attention, he hopes
to merit a com (nuance of the public patronage
widen has hitherto been extended to him.
J^Tsl&'S HO T EL,
(FORMERLY HOST'S HOTEL,)
COL'UMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
This House is In the centre oj the city, convenient
to all the public offices and business bouses, locat?
ed on the southwest corner or the Statehouse
Square; has been recently reopened and renovat?
ed, and will now compare favorably with any
Botel at the South.
ROSE'S Omnibus wtu convey passengers to and
from every train free or etiarge.
Also, a flrst class Carriage for the accommoda?
tion of ladles.
Janl2_W. E. ROSE. Proprftor.
TTONET! HONEY! HONEY !
?hue New Country HONEY, to be had tn quanti?
ties to suit purchasers, or Da. H. BA ER,
may2S No-13L Meeting street.