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Meeting? Thia Day.
Su mw r Rifle Club, at halt-past 7 A. IL
Palmetto Guard Rifle Club, at half-past 7 A. M.
Citizens of Ward 2, at S P. M.
Citizens of Ward a, at 8 P. M.
Citizens of Ward 4, at 8 P. M.
Boyal and Select Masters, at 8 P. M.
?South Carolina Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., at 8 P. M.
Aactlon Sales This Day.
Lauroy ? .runder will sell at ll o'clock,
on Brown's North wharf, flour.
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
clothing, dry goods and hats.
Winiam McKay will seU at io o'clock, at hl3
?atore, furniture and notions.
N. A. Hnnt will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
'boots and shoes.
R. M. Marshall A Bro. will sell at half-past io
o'clock, at ihelr office, mule and cow.
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pub?
lication in THE NEWS, must, in all cases, be paid
for in advance.
CITY REGISTRAR'S REPORT.-Deaths for the
.week ending June 24, whites 18^ colored 19. TotaL
37. Sis attn-births are also reported.
PERSONAL.-Mr. Joseph Herndon and Major
J. W. Avery, of Yorkvllle, S. C.. have been sum?
moned to Washington to testify before the Ku
A WOMAN HURT.-An aged colored woman
was severely lnfnred in Wilson street yesterday
morning by the fall of some scaffolding, near
whlj^i she waa Bitting.
CRUMBS.-The Firemen's Band of Columbia
left yesterday morning for Wofford College, Spar?
enburg, where they win assist lu the commence?
THAT FESTERING HOLE on Pitt street, 'be?
tween Wentworth and Montague, still creates
consternation In the whole neighbor hood. Where
ls the street brigade ? Where is Captain Jenks ?
THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE lor July comes to
us promptly as usual from Fogartle's. Among
the contents ls the conclusion of General Beaure?
gard's report of the "Operations on Morris Is?
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.-The president,
W. j. Magrath, Esq., having sailed for Europe In
the Russia, on Wednesday last, on business con
nectednvith the company. Henry Gourd In, Esq.,
one. of the directors, ts now acting president of
COCSTT TAXES.-The auditor, S. L. Bennett,
gives notice that returns for personal and real
pr. perty within the limits or Charleston County
must be made and flied at his office by the 31 st or
-July next. It ls ibo duty of the auditor to add
fifty per cent as a penalty when the law ls- not
THE CAROLINA LIGHT INFANTRY celebrate
their first anniversary by a target excursion and
plcn c at Mount Pleasant to-day, and a supper
this evening. The company was organised last
spring, and by Ita efficient drilling and soldierly
appearance bas already taken its stand as one of
Ute crack companies of the Hrs: colored regiment
W mUii la. _ .
RACES IN COLUMBIA.-There la to be a trot?
ting match or two In Columbia, at the Congaree
Race Course, on the Fourth or July, also several
quarter races, tor which suitable arrangements
have been provided, $30o and $500 being already
up. The Phoenix also hints that there may per?
haps be a chicken fight or two on that Interest?
THE CITY COUNCIL.-Thercwas no meeting j
of the City Council last night, a quorum not being
presea t. Notice having been given that the elec?
tion Tor a civil engineer would take place, a large
number or lobbyists were present, and notwith?
standing the heat ol the weather, the election?
eering went on in an excited manner, there being
several candidates in the field.
A HORSE PISTOL GONE OFF.-We And the
following item in. the Columbia Union of yester?
day: "Considerable excitement was occasioned |
yesterday by the accidental discharge of a fowl?
ing piece la front of Dr. Mlot's apothecary store.
It appears a person from the country hitched his
horse to a post there, and placed his gnn against
the post. The horse kicked the gas down, uie
hammers of whloh Btrc?k the cnrbiag, sending
the contents'into the door jam. Luckily n?one
was passing at the time, pr there might haye been*
more serious consequences.'- -
SALES W REAL ESTATE.-The following lots
were sold yesterday morning at public aactlon
by Robert SJPrlnsle:
Lot No. 9, on the south tide nf George street,
with buildings, 70 reet Iront on George street, by
flfelt deep, for $9300; $4500 cash, and. the
balance In one and two years.
The lot of land on. the north aide of Hoyne;
street, known formerly as the Charleston Fire
Engine House, 22 feet In front, by 80 feet deep,
for Sieoo; one-half cash, and the balance In one
and two years. " _
WARD MEETINGS.-The Citizens of Wards 2,
3 and 4 are invited to assemble at their respective
haus this evening for the purpose of electing dele?
gates to the nominating (invention, to be held
on the 5th of July. The meetings, therefore, are
of the utmost importance to each and every citi?
zen, and lt la hoped that they win be largely at?
tended. Th? nomination is second only id im?
portance to the election Itself, ind the wards
should look to lt that the delegates should be men
who wai be true exponents or the reelings and
wishes of the wards they severally represent.
BOBBING A SCHOONER.-Scipio Grant and
Francis Nathan, two colored employees on board
the schooner Elvira, were arrested yesterday.after*
noon By Officers Burke and Davis, charged with
robb In g the said schooner of a spy-glass, two
oars, a clock and several articles ot clothing.
The Elvira was lying at Sooth commercial wharf,
and the men bad been left In charge of her.
When the officers returned, they found the men
gone, and the cabin broken into, and rifled of
everything or any raine. The-cnlprlts h ive been
turned over to a trial justice for prosecution.
FREEDMAN'S' SATINGS BANE.-We direct at?
tention to the advertisement tn another column,
of the National Friedmans' Savings and Trust
Company, the Charleston branch or which ls loca
.?ted at No. 74 Broad street. Tnls la an admirably
managed institution, and holds out special In?
ducements to the colored people to be frugal,
economical, careful or their honest earnings, and
lay by something "against a rainy day." The
office In Broad street has undergone thorough re?
pairs lately, and now presents a decidedly attrac?
STRIES ON THE 'ALANTHUS.-Ben Williams,
Frank. Malloy, Pat Salkey and Paul Ransome,
four or the employees oe the steamer Alanthus,
were brought berore a trial justice yesterday
morning, charged by Captain Brown, of the
lighthouse* Bervlce, with mutiny. They had been
ordered to go to work and refused, and being
consequently ordered to go ashore, refused to do
this also. The prisoners.claim that they bad
"strack" because they were ordered to do more
than they had engaged to do. They were bound
.over by the trial Justice to appear before the Uni?
ted States Dlstrict.Court in Joly.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Charles Dickens, (?) lodg?
ed for being drunk and nuable to take care or
himself on the street, was released.
Two bold soldier boys from the Citadel, found
reclining on the sidewalk In-Calhoun street, near
Anson, were arrested for being drank, and dis?
charged on the plea of the first offence.
A gold watch, which had been stolen from Bet?
sy Dawsey by Washington Matthews, was recov?
ered and restored to the owner.
A cow and a calf found taking a family stroll
in Market afreet were driven to the upper Guard?
house, and delivered to the owner upon appli?
GAXBLWO um FroHmco.-Ulli Sanders ami
another colored y ou tn were encased yesterday
afternoon In tossing peonies, when a quarrel
arose between "the J two,' owing to the loser at?
tempting to pocket "t tm takes (two cents la Uni?
ted States currency) and ?mace oil.- . The two
closed, and wbile scaming, James Brown, a
brother or Bill's antagonist, came np, and taking
np a large rock, struck Bill in the forehead. The
latter fell like a log, with a severe gash over his
left eye, and the other two made on*. A police?
man gave ohase, and saccedeed in capturing Jas.
Brown, who, together with Bill, was taken
to the Guardhouse and locked up, They will be
brought before the Mayor this morning.
EVACUATING A CHICKEN ROOST.-Charles
Allston and Edward Robertson, in the wee ama'
hoars 'rand the morn, between 1 and 2 o'clock
yesterday morning, entered the premises of Mr.
Loots Ortmann, on Meeting street, and succeeded
bvelearlng his poultry-house in the most scientific
manner "without any alarm being given. Charles
bad been a waiting maa in the house some time
previous, and piloted the way. The two effected
their entrance by getting into the vacant lot ad
[ joining Mr. Ortmann's house, and entered upon
the scene of the robbery by crawling through a
hole in the sepaiating fence. When making off j
with their plunder, they were halted by a police?
man In Market street, who took the whole party
j to the Guardhouse. The fowls being Identified,
the Mayor turned the cue over to Trial Justice
Levy, on examination before whom the parties
confessed their guilt, and were each nent up for a
term of thirty days in Sheriff Mickey's Hotel.
LANDLORD AND TENANT.-An interesting
case nnder this difficult branch of the law was
argued and decided before Trial Justices Miaott
and Levy, on Monday last, at the City Hall. The
proceedings were ins: tra ted ander the old actor
1839, and were ror the recovery or the possession
by the landlord or the premises at the corner or
King and George streets. The original lease had
I been given to a kinsman of the defendants of the
( same name on the 1st of June, 1885, arter whose
death the defendant had continued to pay the
rent pursuant to the terau of the said lease, and
had taken possession of the premises. On the 1st
of Jane, 1869, the rent was raided by notice m
writing between'.Le parties, and d?tendant con?
tinued to oay tue increased rent catii the 1st of
May, Wi, when he was served with a month's
notice to quit, ripon his refusal to'comply the
presentsnlt wits Instituted. Defendant's attor?
ney, B. C. P.easK'y, Esq., moved to quash the
proceedings on tao following ground: That the
change of rent and holding over by the defend?
ant in the absence of an agreement lu writing,
sufficient to constitute In law a renewal er the
covenants or the lease, operated as a termination
or said written lease, and as a substitution or
parole lease tor a year, which became, after the
first year, a tenancy from year to year, and, as
:uch, entitled the defendant to three months' no?
tice, which had not in this case been given. This
ground being folly sustained by the decisions or
our cDurts, cited by the attorney, the court, after
hearing arguments, aad arter mature delibera?
tion, regarded the authorities as conclusive, and
ordered the proceedings to be quashed.
THE TWENTT-EIOHTH.-There are few days
in the annals of thu State that are more memo?
rable or deserve a better record In the history of
the American Republic than the 28th of June.
While in our swadling clothes we dared the Ire ot*\
the Briton, aad one or the results ls chronicled In
the famed battle of Fort Moultrie. The date of
that commemorable engagement ls and always
bas been held sacred, and observed as a holiday,
second only to the Fourth of July. . The late un"
pleasantness and the consequent subjugation or
the conquered took largely from th? glory usually
accruing to the 2t>th. Happily times are changed,
and though the pomp and panoply of glorious
militia is not apparent, there ls an earnest desire-. |
to make the celebration one worthy of the past.
The Palmetto Guard aud the Sumter Rifle Clubs,
the first a new organization, the second founded |,
on an historic corps, have determined to unite In
ajolnt parade on the 23th inst. Prizes have
been prepared and will be offered by each corps
to the best shot. Other prizes for centre shots or
any plan that the several crabs- may suggest,
will be contested ror. The Palmetto Guard-Ride
Club will carry their old banner and will offer os
a prize the old company medal, together with a
silver cap and other Inducements ror the corps
to show'their ski 1 as marksmen. The Sumter
Rifle Club have been lavish ia their gifts, and.ful?
ly expect their best shots lo redeem the trust Im?
posed In them. The two clubs will meet at Ar?
cher's Hall, at the comer of King and George
streets, at half past ? o'clock tul9 morning, and
after forming will march down King to Hasel,
through Hasel to Meeting/thence to Broad street,
and through that thoroughfare to East Bay, up
East Bay to the ferry boat; thea Monnt Pleasant
and the day's sport.*
SPRING STREET METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY
SCHOOL.-The annual celebration of the Sunday
school of this church came off on Sunday after?
noon, In the presence of a numerous and deeply
interested audience. The exercises of the occa?
sion were opened with prayer by Bishop Wight?
man, which was followed by the singing of the
anniversary hymn. The first address, belog one
of welcome to parents and guardians, was deliv?
ered by James Graham, add was replete with
earnestness and truth. The style aud manner of
the youthful speaker'gave promise of the rature
orator. The dialogue > "tween ll as teri Harry
Shirer aad Henry Syfj.u, as the Sunday-school
scholar and the skeptic, was forcibly executed
and well received. Toe by-pieces by the trio of
little girls was touchingly rendered. The address
by Arthure. Wightman,, the orator or the occa?
sion, on the "in nu en ce or Sunday-school train?
ing," was listened to with interest and delight by
the crowded auditory. The address was prepared
ror the occasion by the rather or the speak er. The
dialogue between Masters Brooks Hampton and
Wm. Melvin Burns, on the "Power of the Name or
Jesus," was well rendered. The beautiful poetic
address on "The Changed Cross," by Henry Lamb
ly, closed that portion or the exercises.
One of the moat pleasing and attractive rea
tures of the occasion was the singing by the
choir, joined by the whole school. Some half
dozen pieces were Bung with much life and effect.
Kiss Mary Burrows presided at the melodeon.
The annual report or the superintendent, Mr.
D.M. Burns, was presented, and showed the
school to be ma vigorous and prosperous condi?
tion. The school was opened with fifty scholars,
and lt now numbers 226. The largest attendance
was 197, and the smallest 31. The school consists
or 22 olassea, Including a very interesting Infant
class of 80 scholars. 1 he library contains 500
volumes, 200 of which have been added during
the present year. The collections for Sunday
Behool purposes rrom different sources amount to
$163 09, or which $134 97 have been expended,
leaving in the hands of the treasurer $18 12.
Mach interest has been added to the school by
symbolic illustrations on the black-board by the
pastor, Rev. Mr. Wightman.
Hotel Arrivals-Jane 27.
H. B, Clark, Augusta; P. W. Farrell, Black?
ville; E. A. Palmer, Jr., Boston; D. Odom, Bon
1 Dean's; W. M. Spelra, St. Stephens; George B.
Aiken, Baltimore; R. F. McOottry, T. M. Britton,
A. H. Cook, Augusta; D. C. McShee, George H.
Cornelson, Orangeburg; A. G. Brown, Oarirornla;
Joseph S. Bennett, Philadelphia; George S. Came?
K. A. Morse, Mrs. o. B. stern, Boston ; Thomas
Cavender, Brewer Mines, S. C.; R. 0. Adams,
Quincy, IR; J.R. Blake and wife, Troy; George.
Sinclair, Savannah; George B. Atten, Baltimore.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to rurniah good envelopes, with
ousiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous-,
and. Send yow orders. Ev?ry merchant and
ousiness man should have his card printed on
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
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THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-BUYERS is called
to our large stock of Waltham Watches. These '
Watches have been long known throughout the
United States as the befit and cheapest tn the
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THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
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Cary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent for this
splendid and-attractive Boheme ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. c. Claclus, c?rner
East Bay and Central wharf. may29
* I DESIRE to Inform tho people of Charleston
and the country that they can bny a better and
cheaper Sewing Machine from-me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. 31 Queen
street ls the place, to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come all, and let me serve you to a No. l Machine.
junto J. L. LUNSFOBD.
CJrtj ?coos, &?.
rpHE GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS
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QOODS FOR TRAVELLERS AND STATERS AT j
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Keeping their Stock new and fresh at all sea?
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NEW TRAVELLING LINENS for suits
Plaid and Chene Japanese Poplins
Fancy Organdies and Jaconets for hot weather
More of their best quail-y Iron Grenadines
White and Colored Piques
Beautiful New Prints, all the recent patterns, In
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Black Tamise for Summer and Mourning Dresses
?lack Cha?nes, very best quality
Black 3-4 and 6 4 Moasellnes
Black English Crapes and Crape Veils
Crape Sets and Collars
Embroideries (a lovely lot)
Linen and Lace Sets
Linen Collars and Cuds, Ac.
ALSO, A FOLL LINE OF
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LLAMA LACE POINTS
SEASIDE UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Everything sold of best quality, and at the very
lowest prices, and nothing endorsed but what is
good of its kind.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
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by Charles P. Kurth, D. D., $5.
Abundant Life and other sermons, by the Rev.
M. K. Sadler, $2.
Biography of Rev. George Junkin, D. D., $2 50;
A New Volume or Sunday Echoes In Week-Day
Hours-A Tale Illustrative of the Journeyings of
the Children or israel, $150.
Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Workers in
the Mission Field, by Mrs. Yonge, $2.
Rev. Dr. Hanna's Life or Christ-an Illustrated
edition, in one volume, 8vo., $3; also, the Library
Edition, in three volumes, for $450.
Jesus-His Life and Work, as narrated by the
Four Eva gellsrs, by Howard Crosby, $3 60,
Fresh Leaves lu the Book and Its Story, by L.
N. R., with over fifty Illustrations, $2.
The Rock or Ages-A scripture lestlmooy to
the One Eternal Godhead or the Father, the Son,
and the Holy Ghost, by the Rev. Ed. H. Btcker
stlth, M. A., with an introduction by Bishop Hun?
tington, $1 25.
A new supply of Dr. Hall's Valuable Books, viz:
Health by Good Living; Sleep, or the Hygiene of
the Night; Health and Dlaeaae, as affected by
Constipation. Ac; Bronchitis and Kindred Dis?
eases; Coughs and Colds, or the Prevention,
Cause and Cure of Various Affections of the
Throat. Price per volume, $1 50.
Lire and Writings or Alexander James Dallas,
by his Son, George W. Dallas. $5.
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES.
We have recently mane large additions to our
stock or BIBLES. The prices are greatly reduced.
We are now offering an unusual large variety or
English and Amerlcau Family Bibles, Pocket Bi?
bles, and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at extremely
low prices. ._ ," ,
48* Persons residing ia the country will please
bear lu mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published in America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay ror
the postage or expresa
FOGARTIFS BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (In the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
A few of the genuine ESP1CS "FUMIGATEURS
PECTORALES'"to be had of DB. H. BAER,
may25 No. 131 Meeting street.
J. 111* wu.
BEDFORDS (LATJlTCORWDJ^ ?ROC???f
H EADQ ITABXEBS FOB SELECTED DALBY BUTTES
PURE LEAF LARD ,
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, ann
v. . ' . ~ . BISCUITS, .Ac, 40.
fi. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT Or
PAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
AND VERY OLD
E. E. BEDFORD,
VV LL LI A tl S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 KINO STREET,
I OPPOSITE HASEL.
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALER
. . IN
Fine Teas, Goflfees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, &<s*
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, disc..
AU articles sold .'rom ibis establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED
Goods delivered to all parts or the etty. Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVER/ E. BEDFORD*!
1E0. H. GRUBER. 1
SEND FOR A
I JAS. S. MARTIN.
(WM. G. MOOD, JB.
No. 291 KING STREET,
CORNER OF WENTWORTH.
An extensive assortment of
SPRING- AND SUMMER
made np for the trade of this city, now offered at
LOW PRICES. Ia the atocfe win be found the
following styles of suits :
SCOTOB OHEVIOT MORNING AND DERBY
French* Batiste Morning and Derby Snlta
Silk Mixed Morning and Derby suits
Diagonal anl Crane Coating Morning and Derby
Bine and Black Flannel Morning and Derby Salts
Light Mixed Casslmere Morning and Derby Sn'.ta.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS.
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT SUITS,
for ages of from 5 to 17 years.
A rull supply of aU kinds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, OLOVES, SCARFS, BOWS, Ac, of the |
STAB SHIRTS AND COLLARS
. A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
SUMMER CLOTHS, COATINGS, BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY OASSIMERES, of select pat?
terns and shades, which wUl be made to order tn
the best manner, at MODERATE PRICES.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent. -
STetDspaprrs, iilagounes, Ut.
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTESTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 cents
Per annum.$3 oe
For aale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 350 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
as* Goods received and returned by Express.
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Noa. 102 and 1S3 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston, ft. 0- apri3-3moa
HARLES ?LIEBE NROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ts* Highest Prices paid m Cash for Crude Tar
MS* Virgin $4 00, Yellow, Dip $3 00, Hard $1 90.
Drage, <Eh,em?tale, #r.
CBEMLST AND IPOTlffiCiRY,
No. 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATTENTION IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED TO
tb? NEW NON-POISONOUS and ODORLESS DIS?
INFECTANT and ANTISEPTIC,
(Chloride of Alaminlnm, the saline Antiseptic;
harmless a? common salt)
The Lancet, August 27th, 1870, says of this pre?
paration: "It ls quite aa potent as Chloride of Zinc
or Carbolic Acid, and ls at the same time non?
poisonous and devoid of unpleasant smell of every
kind. These qualities win, no doubt, tncnre Its
being extensively used, and at no distant date we
may expect lc to displace the antiseptics widen
are at present In vogne."
CHLORALUH le an astringent antiseptic, ap?
plied to foal aleen by London surgeons, as a gar?
gle in scarlet fever, diphtheria and common sore
throat, and has been found Invaluable In inflam?
mation of the eyes, Ac.
CHLORALUM can be relied on bj Farmers in
the treatment of Foot and Mouth Disease, and in
carrying on disinfection la their homes, Stables,
cowbeds, plgstyes and poultry-houses.
CHLORALUM for dog kennels can be nsed with
great advantage and economy m keeping meat
fresh for any length of time, In purifying the
benches and yards, and completely removing the
foal and slekening odor of dirty or 111-d ramed
49" For sale in quantities to snit purchasers.
The advertiser ls also m receipt of a small lot of
Espies Cigarettes, for Asthma.
Together with a Fresh supply of
For sale low by the case.
PUN'S HEP?T?C BITTERS
Which have established for themselves a r?puta?
tion surpassed by none for the relief of Diseases
of the Stomach and Liver.
A full assortment of MEDICINES, PERFUME?
RIES, CHEMICALS, Ac, of his own importation.
Through constant effort and attention, he hopes
to merit a continuance of the pabilo patronage
which bas hitherto been extended to him.
SI'irts ana inrmsijing ?oo?s.
THE PLACE FOR LOW PRICES.
Fit, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
? Latest New York and Loudon Cuts
^ STAR 8HIRTS. '
Order your shirts now, before the hot
Q STAR SHIRTS. |
Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Ready-Made.
j STAR SHIRTS. p
At less price than any other tlrs: class
Men's Furnishing Goods at
T STAR SHIRTS. ?
SCOTT'S SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
S STAR SHIRTS. S
TT & pT'CO AT'S'
* SPOOL COTTON.
We have in Stock and* will always keep an as?
sortment of COATS' THREAD for sale at New
York trade prices. JOHN G. MILNOR A CO..
febll-stutnemoa No. 135 Meeting street.
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR,
Ko. 109 EAST BAT, NXAR BROAD STBXBT.
CHOICE BAIXERS' FL^??.. ON .AO
A Co.'s North
all concerned, . . ?ej??>.ij..?r??? - .
60 bbla. CHOICE B?KEBS" FLOUR; j'nat landed1
from steamer. ~, ? ' " 'Ti* " ir" '.' "'?."'
Oondltlona cash. ?, f "V ..'jgnwr -
By W. ftcILtT.
THIS D?ty Al i IO O'OLOa^ .VltlV
BB SOLD. AT No. 140 MEETING STB.TET,
One PARLOR SET. one Cottage-Ser;Sofas. Hair
Seat Chairs, Lounges, ice. Houaea, Moat; iiafee,
Sideboards, Bedsteads, Bo Mans, Was har ands, Ta?
bles, Counters, Awning; Fairbanks1 Scare,' 1200
pou nd a, Crockery, Grocerlesond Sundries. ?% i-a A
Jun28 . : v.'. !wtr y ,T. j
~ E. M, jf ASHALL & B?IO. ; ;
WILL' SELL" THIS., DAYj- A^HiLF
V? PAST Wj^cloca^at.NOi aaBreadatr^,,
One MI LO H COW; one Mule.' ; jbny ?
BOOTS A WO* o SHOES.
THIS DAT, at my Salesroom,"No.T42 Meet
ing street, at io o'clock; I will sell; ? P
so cases Fresh and Seasonable1 : BOOTH and
SHOES. '-fr.'''" '?''?'..iga?
-Bj MILES DR?m 1 .
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, STRAW AND
FELT HATS, AC
THIS MORNING, at 10"o'clock, I will sell nt my
atore corner of King and.Liberty streets,
Children's Linen Suits, Hosiery. Susfiehdere, 1.0,
and H. S. Eandker,chl?fi, L?ele Thread (ilora*
Ladles' Hats, Nottonk ?WSS?r rzi
10 cases Men's and 'Boys' Straw -flats ?"" \,~ ,
1 s cases Men's and gpja'JFejt Hats. ''jania
By W. I. LEVTW& B. S. BRUNS,
^ACANT?AOT EAST* S?DE OF SAVAGE
? . . STREBT.' " . .'
wm be sold on THURSDAY, 29th instant; at ii
o'clock, at the Old Poetomoe, ,- ..?.?-;..
That VACANT LOT on the east aide ol Savaga
street, adjoining the property of Henry Middle*
too, Esq., on the east; measuring 25 by 91 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. - ...... ?,...-? janZI.
ByW. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUNS,
Au et lonee ri.
PROPERTY IN WALL; STREET, WEST
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 29th Instant, at U,
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce, ,?--.
That Two story WOODEN HOUSE known as No.
ai Wall street. Lot measures 80 feet front by 100
feet lu depth, more or less.
ALSO, . v
That Vacant LOT adjoining the above to the
South, and known as No. 29 Wall street. Lot.
measures 30 feet front by loo feet, m depth, more
Terms-One-third cash; balance tn one and two
years. Purchaser U pay as for papers and
By W. Y. LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS,
FINE WOODEN RESIDENCE AT THE
Southeast Corner of Thomas and BadcUflB
streets ' ^' ? i *- ~f
W1U be sold on THURSDAY, 29th Instant, At ll
o'clock, at the Old Poetofflce,.
That desirably located three and a half story
WOODEN RE ?I DE NOE, with outbuildings, situa?
ted on the southeast coiner or Thomas and Bad-,
cline streets, containing 12 square and 2 attic
rooms. Lot measures 76 feet front by 119 tn
depth. - ..ri - ftc
Terrns-One-quarter cash ; balance In 1; 2 and S
years, with interest; property to betinsured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers
abd stamps. -. ffiMTv-:
By . W. T. LEITCH & B. 5. B?tttfg
Auctioneer!. /jj. , '
NO. 29 REID STREET, SOUTH SIDE,
one door East bf Hanover street '.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 29th butant, at II
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That DESIRABLE TWO AND A HALF STORY"
WOODEN RESIDENCE, with doable piazzas, pan?
try and dressing-rooms,'with-good cistern and
kitchen. Lot measures 32 feet; rroatjny 200 in
That TWO STORY WOODEN RESIDENCE,
known as No. 31 Reid street, adjoining the above
to the east, containing 4 square rooms. Lot
measures32 feet front by 200 leet in depth.:
Terms-One-third cuh; balance in one and two
years, with interest secured by bond - and mort?
gage; property to be insured and poney assigned;
Purcnnser to pay os Tor papers and stampa. -o*
Jnn27 . ' ? ? ' .- ? ?>-?'?
LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
ELIZA FOGARTL?, E??Cr^nUX, VS.
BARTHOLOMEW GRALTON. .
By virtue or an order of Hon. R. F. Graham in
the above named case, I will offer at Pabilo Sale,
at li o'clock WEDNESDAY, July 6th, 1871, at the
OldPostufflce. Charleston, ... . ..
All that certain PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF
LAND with the buildings thereoa, situate, lying
and being on the east side or St. Phillp street, m
the City or Charleston and State aforesaid, meas?
uring and containing lu front on said street
forty -eight feet, more or lesa, and in depth oatM
north Une ene hundred and ten feet, more or
leas; thence running south on baok One thirty-fire
feet, more or less, then running west thirty-one
feet six Inch's, more or less, thence running
south again twelve reet, more or less, thence'run?
ning west again to the said street seventy ?even
feer, be the said dimensions more ? or lesa, being
the aam.6 Lot conveyed by Eliza Fog arti e. execu?
trix, to B. Gratton. . .. " ,\ .
Condiuons-one-half cash; balance nay able bx
one year from date or sale, with interest, tone se?
cured hy bond and mortgage of the premises.
Buildings to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay T$g?^J$gfc j
Uritgs ana MeoicvxtB.t ;
glR JAMES CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS.
These PILLS have long been used "both in Great
Britain and. this country, and are the best of their
kind in the market. ' *
For sale oy DB. H. BA ER,
aprtt Na 131 Meeting street. -
jyj- OTHERS Iii
For your Children, use none other than the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
Mit contains no Anodyne. For sale by the
anufacturer, Da. H. BARB?
And ano to be had at all Drag Stores j ?
Helmbold's Rose Wash. . f
Hembold's Catawba Grape Pilla,j
For sale by Da. H. BABB,
mayi5 No. 131 Meeting street
LEMINGS WORM OTJNPECTIONS?
(SANTONINE.) ..; .;1
They a " purely vegetable, safe and sura Th?
best m use. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
NO. 181 Meeting street,
TUST R E C E I V E D,
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, '
By . DB. H. BAER,
mayl5 _No. 181 Meeting street
yTONEYI HONEY 1 HONEY 1
Viue New Country HONEY, to be had in quanti?
ties to suit purchasers, of Da. H. BAER,
mayas , No. 181 Meeting street.
gOPNGES! SPONGES t |
. Just received a fine assortment
. . Toilet Sponge
Surgeon's Sponge, Ac Ac
For sale by DB. H. BAER, .
may 15_ No. 131 Meeting ?treet.
FLNE FRENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
For sale, lu quantities to snit purchasers, by
DB. H. BABA,
may25_No. 181 Meeting street.
/GERMAN SOOTHING * CORDIAL 1
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This is the best Medicine for yoong children
suffering with Collo, Dlarrhcra, or any other com?
plaint, 'incident to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other in?
. Price, 26 cents a bottle.
Manufactured and for sale by
. DR: H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists :
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Ur. W. A. SKRINE, A. O. BAKBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, ' Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A > CH WAKE,
G. W. AIM AR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. L?HN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON
And by Druggists generally'. jan!