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Largest Circulation.-THE DAILY NEWS BE&G TEE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE? COGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR? CULATION IN THE CITY 0 " CHARLESTON, PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN? ING IN TUE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK. ACCORD!NO TO THE PROVIS? IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW. LOCAL MATTERS. AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. WILLAH KOKAT will sell, at 10 o'clock, at No. 114 East Bay, two hundred barrels Irish potatoes. CHEAP PRINTING.-Business men will do wen to inquire at THE NEWS office the prices for doing job work before giving out their orders elsewhere. THE FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS BANK, we leam, has purchased the brick building on Broad-stree*, which is now occupied by its office, for $6509 cash. Tar MARINER'S CHURCH.-There will be services in the Mariner's Church, Church-street, to? morrow, Sunday, at halt-past ten o'clock in thc morning, and four o'clock in the afternoon. FRUIT THIEF.-John Bright, colored, was before the Mayor yesterday morning ou the charge of stealing lruit from the store of Joseph Walter, corner of Linc and St. Philip streets. SLEIGHT OF HAND.-Yesterday a eade of pocket-picking recorred on Broad-street. The amount lost was not large. Tho fact that the light fingered gentry are around should put the officers of the law on the alert. Tm WHT.MAN SPECTACULAR AND OPERA BOUFFE COATX'AXY, with ita recognized corps de ballet, will arrive to-day and open at the theatre to-night As there are to be positively but two performances to-nigkt and Monday-it ia lair to presume that the houses will be crowded. THE UNITED STATES COURT, APRIL 16_HON. GEO. H. BB?A.S-, PBESXDIKO_John G. Mackey was finally discharged in bankruptcy, and also Henry H. Bennett. Granting orders of reference, hearing petitions fer final discharge, kc, was aU the busi? ness transacted yesterday. TABLEAUX AND PANTOMIMES_We have re? ceived from C. C. Righter, news dealer, King-street, "Tb? Book of Tableaux and Shadow Pantomimes," published by Dick k Fitzgerald, of New York." It contains a choice collection of tableaux of e\try kind, with directions for arranging the stage, costuming the characters and formipg appropriate groups. A BATOHOF ROGUES.-There is at tho Guard heuse a batch of photographs of prominent rascas, many of whom ore now ' 'on the wing," perhaps for the South. They are labelled guilty of every de? scription of cr?ate, from the confidence game to the burglar,and have some mer.* youths in their number. The photographs came from on officer in New York, and are sent to Captain Hendricks for bis informa? tion._ FROST IN FLORIDA.-A letter dated Lake City, Florida, April 13 received by one of our promi? nent cotton rectors, says: '-We have had strangely cold weather shies this moDth came ie, and I still think we ahall have frost to Injure cotton. Corn was badly hurt ten days ago; the same may be said of cotton that was up. To-day I have been told by a nujjbor of residents of the county, who are bere at? tending cann, that much of the cotton that came np is dead, and beeps dyintr. A gloomy feelingpre vails through the country." FOREIGN CLEARANCE. - -Messrs. R. More & Co. cleared yesterday another of their English ste >m line, the British steamship Camilla, Captain Peace, for Liverpool, having on board a cargo of 194 bags of sea island cotton, 1579 bales of upland cotton, 15 bales of tobacco, 610 bags of South Carolina ground phosphate, and 168 barrels rosin-th? whole ruined at 12?,606 95-109. We are pleased to notice among the cargo of this vessel a shipment of .-outh Carolina ground phosphates, which article is now not only go? ing forward to all our Northern cities, but consider? able shipments ate constantly taking place to Liver? pool. HOTEL ARRIVALS, APHID 16.-Charleston Ho ? tel.-J Y Martin, J M Richardson, D H Chamberlain, Allendale. S C; G W Lyon, E A Stetson and servant, J Cormier, N Y; A Bragaw, New London; Bev G M Smith, Mass; John S Martin and wif>. N Y; J B Davy, Richmond; J H Burley, Ihiladelphia; A M Latham, St Andrews: J W Cummings, Hon Alfred Ely, ST; ?B Crocker, B H Con wei!, Bostcn; T P Wens, N C; Miss Low and n aid, Mr and Mrs A A Low, Thoma* B Whitemore, N Y; James P?dole, Ey; Bev W N Dalton, Ot; George E Altfand wife, USA; A H Seward, A P Kip, N 0: C H Mua-on, Columbia. Pavilion Hotel.-Quinby Herbert, Cuba; A Hors? field, New Yotk; 8 Dibble, Orangeburg; G W Lyon, New York; M. W Coleman, Greenwood, 8 C: 8 G Shepherd, Mobile; W C Smith, St Louis; J McIn? tosh, New York; EPChampray, Hilton Head; Mrs Charles A Sperry and child, Boston; J M Smitb, Basfeerg; J M Bowe, J M Bowe, Jr, Clarendon. CLUBS AND STABS.-Proceedings of the May? or's Court Thursday morning, Bichard Gillespie, white, vagrancy and being un? der the influence of'liquor. Ordered to be sent to Augusta, Georgia. Charles H. Kerrigan, white, reported foi selling liquor at his barroom, East Bay, without a license. Fined ?00-$75 remitted. Anna Williams, colored, arrested for using profane language on the streets, and disturbing the public peace. Fined $10. Morris Pepper, colored, who had been lodged dur? ing the night, was sent to the Old Folks' Home. James Nelson and Abram Nelson, for giving a pay roll without having permission. Fined $5. Jim Morris, white, lying at Ungth drunk, in the street. Fined $10. A number of goats were taken up on the streets and forfeited. SPBING-S?HEET METHOPIST CHUCH_Tbis church, corner of Coming and Spring' streets, built a few years before the war, was in a prosperous con? dition, and bidding fair to become more so, when, upon the occupation of the city by the United State troops, the edifice came into thc possession of the representatives of the Northern Methodist Church, who kept it ior several years, and finally only vacated it, when piid to do so by tho bona fide owners-the present congregation. The church has ever since been badly out of repair. The members being too poor to undertake the task, tt e pastor. Rev. J B. Pickett, is now sending ont circulars to tbe benevo? lent in our city, asking for help. Tbe cauce is worthy, and we hope will meet with all the support lt deserves. MES. O'JDONOVAN Ross A. -Tbis young and ac? complished lady proposes to give a reading in our city on some evening next week, of articles of her own composition, and from the most pop? hr au? thors of the age. She is the wife of Mr. O'Donovan Rosea, a distinguished Irishman, who became a citi? zen of the United States and afterwards returned to his native country and established a newspaper tn Dublin in 1865, the revolutionary tendencies of which made it a constant object ot suspicion to th? British Government. At last a sudden descent WJS made .upon the establishment by the police, and the entire editorial ataff arrested ard imprisoned. Rossa lay in prison until the end of the year, and was finaUy tried bf a mixed jury because be was on American citizen, found guilty and sentenced"to imprisonment for Ufa at Chatham, England, where bia wife is not ? allowed to communicate with bira, and she has not heard from bim for about two years. Mrs. Rossa is laboring to support ber family and to raise means to secure a sew trial, whloh abo hopes to obtain before tba House of Lords. The informality of his trial, and the cruel hardship oz*?is sentence, have encour? aged bis wifs, who ia thoroughly devoted to him, to make an effort to obtain a new trial bj means cf a writ of error, which will bring the matter before the House of Lords. She ls womanly, unassuming, and -enttrerr free from stage art, and a lady in language and bearing. Wo trust her reception here will be an .earnest of the substantial sympathy of Charleston for ner^i* tress. THE RICE TIERCE QUESTION. Special Meeting Chamber of Commerce. Tbcrc was a special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held in the hall of the State Bank yes? terday, President Mare in the chair. The object of the meeting was to take into consideration the abo? lition of the charge for rico tHrccp. ?tic following preamble and resolutions, offered by Mr. T. Stree*, were adopted : JPAereoi. It ls customary omonpst the rice factor* In this city to make a charge of SI 60 tor tierces in all sa es of rice, which charge is prejudicial to the interests of the commercial community. Be it Resolvtd, That it is the opinion ot this Chamber that the charge for rice ti'.r?.'?? be al'oliahed. The following rcsolutkn w-.s offered by F. Tupper, Esq., Resolvd, That the draft of four pounds per tierce, heretofore allowed by wharfingers, be abolished, and hereafter In all sales of rice, the actual weight shall be cbatged tho purchaser. Tho rcso'ution was referred to a committee cf five, to report at the next meeting. TheChaaber accepted an invitation to seed dolo gates to tho Commercial Convention, to bc held in Memphis, Tenn., on the 18th of May. The delegates arc to be appointed by the President at his convenience. ACTION OF THE BICE MEBCHANTS. The undersigned hereby agree that after the first May next they will not purchase any rice on which a separate charge for package is made. T TUPPER & SONS, KIM? & GIBBON, HENK? COBIA & Co, JOHN FBASEB k Co, HENS* BISCHOFF k Co, GEO W WILLIAMS k Co, J ?MES CHAPMAN, JAOOB S fcCHJRMEB, T H fe W DEWEES, BEBNABB O'NEILL, WEST k JOKES, i SCBLV?.N k N IRBET, STBKET BBO THEES k Co; Po nc HER k HENBT, E LATTTTE k Co, MULLER, NIMITZ it Co, J A ENSLOW k Co. PEB805AL.--The August* Chronicle of yes? terday says: Mrs. cpi ague, wife of the well known Rhode Island senator, and better known "cotton manufacturer-for S prague's printB will be worn where Sprague's speech will never find a reader and daughter of Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice of the United States, was in this city yesterday, a*oom panied by her sister, Miss Chase, and Mr. J. C. Der? by, tv> New York publisher, the has taken and furnish .a a house in Aiken, where she intends to re? main until the first of next June. Stnator Sprague and Chief Justice Chase will ar? an ve lu Aiken in about two weeks' time. Sena'or Norton, of Minnesota, and his wife, are expected in Aiken sometime during the next week. Tho Northern papers tell us that Mr. Thurlow Weed was driven from Aiken by the annoyances of "bordee of office Beekers." Bon. Alfred Ely, of New York, tho famous civili*n prisoner cf the" first Manaasas, is in the city, staying at the Charleston Botel. _ BEPOKTERS' CBCMBS.-Strawberries bring $1 50 a quart here now. The genial and delightful weather yesterday brought out many rosy laces, and made our Boule? vard-King-street-look itself again. Tho Sabbath School of the Unitarian Church ex? pect to have a delightful day in tb? woods at Payne's Farm on this their anniversary. * Sixter Xavier arrived here yesterday after a fruit? less mission to Washington. . Shrewsbury is having a brick residence put up in King-street,' west side, near Queen. The chancel of m. Philip's Church is being altered and enlarged. Next Monday an election for a ves? tryman and a warden will take place. The Palmetto Fire Company ., of Columbia, had a meeting a couple of nigh'B ago to arrange for the trip here. A welcome awaits them. Wo learn that a Northern negro bas been appoint? ed postmaster at Bennettsville. SUBVTVOBS' ASSOCIATION.-The anniversary supper of this association took place last evening at Hibernian Ball. There was a large attendance of members, and tho greatest sociality and good fellow ship prevailed. Am.i g the invited guests- was General R. H. Anderson, who, by his personal Fra very and skilful generalship, attained the highest rank ot any South Carolinian in the Confederate ter vice. An elegant sapper was provided by Tully, and ci course heartily enjoyed. Speeches were made by the President of the socic I ty. Colonel E. L. McCready, Colonel P. C. Gaillard, Bev. J. L. Girardeau, D. D., General James Conner, MajirTheodore G. Barker, (Senora! B. H. Anderson, Colonel C. Irvine Walker, Captain H. G. Young, Colonel B. H. Rutledge, George Bryan, Jr., Esq., Captain James M. Mulvaney, and others. The en? tertainment closed at too late aa hour to permit of a rall report, bot one good thing must be recorded. In speaking of General Wade Hampton, Colonel Butledge said that he was "the best full length por? trait of South Carolina extant" BUSINESS NOTICES. BUSINESS MEN find tho American House, Bos? ton, their most convenient stopping place. Newly furnished, with passenger elevator, cafe, billiard balls, forty rooms en tuite, kc, this hotel maintains its high rank. -O CARPENTER'S WOBK.-Orders for work to be done by Warren A. Sneed, the well-known colored carpenter, may be left at Aunar 's drug store, corner of Yanderhorst and King streets, and wilt reoeiv. prompt attention. 2 Apiti 16 -o UNSUOUESSFCL ATTEMPT OF BUBOLABS TO OPEN ONE OF HERRING'S BUBOLAB-PBOOF SAFES, Letter of Messrs. David Dows k Co. : Nsw YOBS, April 10,1869. Herring, Farrel <t Sherman, No. 251 Broaiway : GENTS-On the night of the 23d ult, our store, No. 20 South-street, was entere 1, and a desperate at? tempt made by burglars upon one of your safes in our counting-room. The key to the safe io which we kept our securi tiee was locked inside of ovr fire-proof book tafe, the doors of which were liter. I ly cut to pieces; from this they obtained the key to the other safe and opened it Fortunately we had one of your Burglar-proof \ Bankers'' Chests int ide, In which our valuables were deposited. Ibis they went to woik at with a will, and evidently mod up all their time and tools in vain attempts to force it. The night was dark and stormy, and the fact of their knowing where our key was kept shows, that their plans were well matured. They tried wedgingthe door and body of the Chest, and the faithful safe bears evidence of the labor and skill devoted to the work. AU was useless, and lt ls with great satisfaction wo report that, upon open? ing it, we found our securities all Eafe, and can, therefore, cheerfully endorse the burglar-proof work recommended by you. You wi ll please send thc new safe purchased by us to our counting-house, and take the old one to show that some Bafea arc still manufactured worthy of the name. DAVTD DOWS k Co. WALKES, EVANS k COGSWELL, Agents, April 17 1 Charleston, S. C. Si)irt5 an? /nnrislpg ?onto. THE REASON WHt s . s C S H O T I TAR TUT S S ARE PBEFEBBED OVER. ALL OTHER STYLES OF Shirts in the market, is to be found in the recog? nized superiority of their QUAtirr. FINISH A ND FIT. Just received a LARGE STOCK of the above named popular make of Shirts, made expressly for our trade, which are offered at reduced prices. Also, Undershirts, Drawers, Handker. chiefs, Socks, Suspender?, Gloves, Col? lars, Cravats, Bows, Ties, Scarfs, and every? thing pertaining to a gentleman's toilet, at SCOTT'S, MEET1NG-ST, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE MARKET. January 1 * S m os JJrugs, (?t)emtrab5 Ctr. DR. 0. S, PI?OPH?TT'S FAMILY MEDICI N ES, CONSISTING OF HIS CELEBRATED LIVER MEDICINE, ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT, ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS, Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic AND PURIFYING PILLS. TBE FXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. S. PBO PHTTT, M. D'., need no recommendation their well known power in removing the diseases pe? culiar to our Southern climate having already estab? lished tor them an enviable reputation in Georgia and the adjoining States, AB the majority of persons living in the South arc predi?po-ed tc disease of the Liver, ills granted by all intelligent physisians that most of the pains and aches of our people are due to orgwic or iuncti<nal derangement of that impor? tant organ. Prophitt's Liver Medicine and anti Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil. Thev cure the Liver, which in niuo cases out of en, is at the bottom of the Coupbs, Dyspep.-ia, Colic, Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Constipation, Men? strual Obstructions, fcc., so common among our people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism, Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind Ate before PROPHITT'S- PAl\ KILL IT like chaff before tbe wind. PliOPHI n\S LIVER MEDICINE. Dr. Prophiti-Baving used this medicine suffi? ciently lon- to test its virtue, ? nd to satisfy my own mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia -a disease from which the writer baB suffered much for six years-and betng persuaded that hundreds who now suffer from this annoying coen plaint would be signally benefitted, as he has been, by its use, wo deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to recommend to them the use of this remedy, which bas given not only himself but several members of his family the greatest relief. M. W. ARNOLD, Of the Georgia Conference. DOOLY. COUNTY, GA , April, 1867. This is to certify that t was confined to tbe house, and most of the titre to my bed, and tnAVring tho greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for Ave months, and after trying every available reme? dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles of Dr. O. S. Prophitt's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost? ing fifty cents only ; it relieved mo almost instantly. I therefore recommend it in the highest degree to others suffering from similar diseise. I can say that it is one ol the best family medicines now out, certain. Tours truly. W. A. FOREHAND. COVINGTON, GA., July 9,1867. Dr. Prophitl-Having used your Liver Medicine for more than a year in my family, I cheerfully re? commend it to all persons (.offering from Liver af? fections. Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form. I also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as tho best remedy tor that disease. O. T. ROGER?. STANFOHDVTLLE, PUTNAM COUNTY, Oct t, 1867. Dr. 0. S.. ProphM-Dear Sir-TM? is to certify that I have used your Ague Pills for tho las I ten vc. rs. and 1 have never tailed to cure tbe Ague in a single instance with them. They alwcys break tho chills the fir ht day that they are given. I can rc com - mund them as beins the cst ague medicine that 1 have ever found, and they leave no bad effects follow? ing them, as Quinine &c. Tours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK. PUTNAM COUNTY, GA, September 22,18G8. Dr. 0. S. Prophitl-HT-I have used for the last two years in my family your Liver Modicine, your Pain Kill lt, and your Female TOD ic, and I have no fears in saying that they are the best medicines I have ever used for the Liver un i s tomach. Neura'g c and Rheumatic afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains of every kind are subdued by thom. After using tbe medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend tbem to any aiid every one, and to all that are afflicted, as ibo best and safest rem. dies for all the disease* for which they are recommended, fcc. Yours respectlully, JAMES WEIGHT. UR. PJROPHITT'S KIOM A LE TONIC. This Medicine, with its associates, ls a safe and certain remedy tor all curable diseases to which Fe? males alone are liable. It is also an excellent pre? ventative of Nervous Blludnees, or Nervous Dis? eases In either male or t c tx ale. It is a powerful Ner? vine Tonic, setting up a full and tree circulation throughout the system. all of the above Mediciues sold by Druggists and Merchants generally throughout the .Southwest. K. S. BURNHAM, Wholesale and Retail Agent, Charleston, 8. C. Prepared only by DB. O. S. PROPHTTT, April 16 atuth6mos Oovlncton, Go. C. F. PANKNIN, Apothecary and Chemist. No. 123 Meeting-street, CHARLESTON, S. C. IJIHE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN? TION to hie stock of the best Imported and Domes? tic CHEMICALS, DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. DPON THE DISPENSING DEPARTMENT Of his business be bes' ows tbe utmost personal care and attention, and guarantees the PURITY of the MEDICINES used in compounding. PRESCRIPTIONS Prepared carefully at aU hours of the day and night. SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, MANUFACTURED BY Messrs. GEO. TIEMANN & CO., OF NEW YORK. HIS STOCK OF Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes. PERFUMERIES, &c, E3 LARGE AND WELL 8ELECTEO. Agency for the sale of the celebrated Rockbridge Alum Spring Water, A. supply of which la always on hand. MANUFACTURER OF PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, Which have established for themselves a reputation surpassed by none. Through constant effort and attention be hopes to merit a continuance of the public patronage which has hitherto been extended to bim. . February 16 tuthslyr iHisrcilttn?ns. WOOD AND SHINGLES. WE WILL DEL1VEB IN LOIS OF FIVE COEDS or more Good LIGHTWOOD ot SC per cord Good Pine Wood at ?5 por cord Good Oak V'ood at $6 per cord. AND CYPRESS CHINGI ES al M per H. Applv to CHIt-OLU BRuTHERS, Ai:cer'9 North Wharf, Or at Mills, wc.-t end Trodd-strcet. April IT _ 8tn2 REFINED FA Jil LY LARD PACKED B? PROCTER & GAMBLE, Cincinnati. Ask your Grocer for our brand of Lard In these Packages. Packed 3 lb. 5 lb. 10 ft Caddie?, CO ft cases for shipment. Cheapest mode for Belling Lard. Send for Price List Imo April 8 Japan lied and Stamped Tin Ware, offered at wholesale only by William Shepherd, No. 17 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C. SHOW CASES! SHOW CASES ! ALL SIZES ANn STYLES CONSTANTLY ON BAND ond lor sale. Toy*. Trimmings, Musi? cal Instrument?, Stationery Base Balts and Fancy Goods, fte., ftc. Stamping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe? cuted. W. McLcAN, March 31 - Imo No. 433 Kingstreet. F ItO M 4 TO 35? horse power. Including the calenrateJ Corliss Cut-off Engines, Slide Valve Sta? tionary Engines, Portable Engines, &c. Also, Clrcu . lor Mulay and Gang Saw Mills. Sugar Cane Mils, Shooting Pulloyn. &c. Lath ona Shingle Mills. Wheat and rora Mills, Circular caws. Boitins, AC. Bond tor descriptive Circular and Price List. WOOD & MANN STEAM ENGINE CO., February 18 Cmos Utica, New Iori. H??lr0?K NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT) SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON R. lt. S CHARLESTON. April 13,18C9. ) BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO TUE 25TH instant for the building of the SAVANNAH AND CHARLKSION RAILROAD from Coosaw baichlo lo thc City of Savannah, Georgia. All information in reference to the subject will be furnished bv application at tho office- of tho Com? pany, foot of Mill-street C. i?. GADSDEN, Engineer and Stnwrintendeut. sg-Pavannnh Morning News will piesse copy, and Bend bill to office Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company._tuihs6 April 13 NOKTHEAKTKKK KAI LUG VD COMPANY. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. CHARLES TOS, H. C., April 12, I860. ON AND AFTER TO-MOREOW, TBE 13TH instant the following SCHEDULE will be run by the Tram? on this Road : 1X PRESS-DAILY. Leave Charleston. 10.00 A. M. Arrive at Flor?n ce. 3 30 P. M. Leave Florence. 10.35 A. M. Arrive at Charleston. 4.00 P. M. AC OMMODATION. (DAILY, EXCEPT 8UNDAX8.) Leave Charleston. 1.30 P.M. Arrivo at Florence. 10.00 P. M. Leave Florence. 2.30 A. M. Arrive at Charleston. 11.15 A. M. 8. s. SOLOMONS, superintendent. April 12_6 CUEHAW A*D DARLINGTON KAIL ROAD COMPANY. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, | CBEDAW, 8. C., April 12.1869. ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE 13TH INST., the following tichcoulo will bc run by the Traine on this Road : Leave Cberaw..7.CO A. M. Arrive at Florence. .... 10.00 A. M. Leave Florence.3.43 P. M. Arrive at Cberaw.6 30 P. M. 8. S. SOLOMONS, April 12_6_Pu; erlptendent SOUTH CAKULI \ A RAILROAD. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, CHARLESTON, t?. C., April 0, 1H69. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. APB IL Urn, THB PASSENGEB TE A INS of the South Carolin? Railroad will run as follows : FOB AUGUSTA. Leave Charleston.8.30 A. V. Arrive at augusta.4.45 P. M. Connecting with trains for Montgomery. .Memphu Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery ant' Grand Junction. ? FOR COLUMBIA. Leave Charleston.?.rn A. M. Arrive at Columbia.C.10 P. M, Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rdl road, mc Camden train. EWU CHARLESTON. Leave Augusta.9 M A. M Arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. fit Leave Columbia.7 45 A. At Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M. AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRES? (SUNDAYS EXCEPTE?.! Leave Charleston.7.30 iv M, Arrive at Augusta.ft.lU A. M. Connecting with train!; lor Memphis, NbshvilU and New Orleans, via Grind Junction. leave Augusta.4.IC P. ?M. Arrive at Charleston.1.00 A. M. COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS. . (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Leave Charleston.0.05 P. ll. Arrive at Columbia.1.45 A. M. Connoeting(>undays excoprcdl with Greenville and Columbia Railroad. Leave Columbia.3 5 J P. M. Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M, SOMMERVILLE TRAIN. Leave Charleston.3.S5 P. M. Arrive at Summerville. 5.10P. M, Leave Summerville.7.10 A. V. Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M CAMDEN BBANCB. Camdon and Columbi i Passenger Trails on MON? DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, connects with np and down Day Passengers at Ringville. Leave Camden.6.35 A. M. Arrive at Columbia.IL00 A. M. Leave Columbia.-.2 2? P. M. ArriTe at Camden.7.05 P. M, Signed) B. T. PEAKE, April 10 General Superintendent HOLMES dc MACBETH, No. 36 II read-street., Charleston, 6. C., BROKERS, AUCTTONEEBS, REALE8TATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Will atttend to Renting and Collecting of Rents and purchase and sa'e of Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver and Beal Eetato. ALSO, To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for parties m the country upon reasonable terms. GEORGE L. HOLMES.ALEXANDER MAOSBTH. January 1 ilgricnlturaL SEED RICE. ff/Wi BUSHELS WHITE SEED RICE. FOR fJUU sale by CHI:OLM BROTHERS, April 17_1 Auger's wharf. PEELER COTTON SEED. AFEW BUSHELS OF THE ABOVE CELEBRA? TED COTTON SEED left on Land. For salo to close consignment. SHACKELFORD k KELLY. Cotton Factors, No. 1 Boyce's Wharf, April 17 1 Painty (toils, (Etc. CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO,, NORTHEAST CORNER Meeting and Cumberland Streets. STEAM ENGINES GRIST MILLS CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and . MACHINERY. January 1 _6mq BELIINGJ_BELIING ! 3000 FEET OAK-TAN'NED LEATHER BELT? ING 5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5 PLY 250 SLOES PATENT DRESSED LACE LEATHER 300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT LACING 100 BOXES ' BLAKE'S PATENT BELT STUDS 150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS 750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO i INCH THICK TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1? INCH DI? AMETER SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1$ INCH DIAMETER WHITE AND BROWN JUTE HACKING ITALIAN HEMP PACKING RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF ALL SIZES. CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO., Northoisl Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets. January 1 6m o OILS! OILS! OILS! 1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL 700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD OIL 500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL 500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL 500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL 1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING OIL 300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL 300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL. CAME HON, BARKLEY di CO., Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets. January 1_Gmo BAR IRON, SHEET IRON AND STEEL, WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING, STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON FITTINGS, tor steam and water. CAM K ?(UV, BARKLEY ii CO.. Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets January 1 6m o BRASS_WORK. STEAM GUAGE8, GONG8, GUAGE COCKS STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAM WHISTLES GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS WATER GUAGE8, GLASS GUAGE TUBE8 MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC? TORS COPPER AND BRASS WIRE. CAMERON, BARKLEY ii CO., Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets. January 1 6mo WHITE LEAD, ziisro, PAINTs, COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, Ac., to. RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS. CAM Kilo.?, BARKLEY ii CO., Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets, January 1 Gmo ROOFING TIN. 500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN 300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN 100 BOXE8 IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN 50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN 25 BOXES IX 12x12 25 BOXES IX 14x20 20 BOXES IX 10x20 20 BOXES IXX 14x20 20 BOXES IXXX 14x20 20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20 BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL? TER, ?Vc, &c. IN STOKE AND TO ARRIVE. CAMERON, BARKLEY Ot CO., Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets. January 1 Gmo TO BAKERS. JUSl RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND REI A IL : CABBONATE OF AMMONIA PRIME HOPS CREAM OF TARTAR H. BAER, Druggist, No. 131 MEETING-STREET March 4_ QTTO SONNTAG, DYER AND SCOURER, No. 141 Market-Street, BL tween King and Archdale. Gents'Coats, Vests, Pants and Hats DYED, SCOUR? ED and PRES9ED; also Blankets and Carpets Clean? ed and Washed with greatest dispatch. April 3 2mo J^AW CARO. GODFREY & HARPER. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIATED FOR the practico of LAW in the Courts of Colleton County. W. GODFREY, Walterboro', 8.0. L. A. HARPER, April 8 George's Station, S. 0. Railroad. atuthlmo* J L. Al O S E S , No. 34 Broad-street. COLLECTOR OF RENTS AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. April 10_stuth3mOB Q J. SCHLEPEGKUliL, No. 37 LINE-STREET, BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILLP. LUM BEB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER. INO LATHS, PAJNT8. OILS, GLASSES, 8H1NGLE9; also GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, ko., con? stantly on hand at the lowest market pnces. September 13 mthslyr portion Snits. Auction of Agricultural Implement*. KNOX, DALY & CO.. Wo. 150 Meeting-street, cor. Wentworth, Viii eel!, on MONDAY, 2Gth inst., commencing at 10 o'clock. The entire STOL K of a bouse retiring from busi ies9." Particular- in future advertisements. Conditions casb._1_April 17 Valuable Lands at Auction. BY HOLMES & MACBETH, Auctioneers. By virtue of an order of sale to mc directed bv tbe Hon. Oeo. K. Brjan, Judge of thc United States Dl>tiict Court Tor the Dish let of Souih Carolina, 1 will offer for salo at public auction, onTHGBSDAY, April 23,1869, at ll o'clock A. M., at the old Post office, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, S. C., ALL THAT PLANTATION or tract of land, situ? ate, lyiDg and being in Charleston District, St. ste phen's Parish, and State ol routh Carolina, contain? ing sixteen hundred (1600) acres, more or less, and fci.own as tho Ten Allie Bouse, set forth in the pleid inc-B heard in the Court of Equity for Charleston Dis? trict in January. 1860, as ot the estate of George An? derson, deceased, and also set forth in said pleadings as consisting of three tracts, all of which is mc re plainly delineated by a plat made by Andrew Gil? mour, Deputy Surveyor, in February, 1855. ALSO, ALL THAT PLANTA I ION or Tract of Land, with the dweling house and outbuildings thereon, con? taining nine hundred and sixty acres, more or less, butting and bounding west on lands of Peter Pon toux, south on lards ot W. V. Poi:toux and Little Hell Hole Swamp, cast on lands unknown, and north on lands of Henry Bradley, ail of which is more particularly ?et forth and deliueated in a plat thereof, made by J. J. Gnigiard, Surveyor-Geueral, in December, 1800. ALSO, AU the right, title and interest of John o. Ed? wards, of, in and to all that PLANTATION or Tract of Land, in the District of Charleston, and Parish ol SL Stephen's, near Wall Eye Swamp, bounding north on land now or late of Joseph BodhaDs, west oW lands of W. V. Pon toux and John Bradley, easton estate Cf Elias Ball, having such form and marks as are represented in a plat thereof, made by Antenas B. Darby, in November, 1800. ALSO, AT TUE BAKE TIKE AND PLACE, ALL THAT TRAC I OF LAND, fituatein laurens District. t-'cuLh Carolina, about 10 miles south ot Laurens Courthouse, and containing seventy (70) acres, more or less, bounded on tho north by pub? lic road, east btv lands ot James Bryson, west by lands of Hogan Motes, and north on a branch which divides it from lands of Miller. lenna cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps. LOUIS UoLAlN, Asslgnre of John O. Edwards and Geo.D. Gnce. April 2_fm-lthetulfl Valuable Real Estalein Orangeburg District at Auction. BY H. RIGGS, Sheriff 0. C. By virtue of an Order of sale to me directed by the Hon. George S Bryan, Judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Caro? lina, I will offer lor sale at public auction, ot Orange burg Courthouse, on MONDAY, Moy, 3,1889, at ll o'c'oek A. M. ALL THAT TBACT OF LAND in Et. Matthew's Parish in the District of Oratgeburg and State aforesaid, on Half way Swamp, waters of santee Biver, containing fifteen hundred acres, more or less; bounded on tbe north by lands formerly of James Stewart and Jacob Hare, new or lately ot Challes B. frick, on tho east by lands of charl. . B. Trick, J. M, Irick, John Shhcrano Jenn Townsend, on the south by lands of William Heese, John Townsend, Joel Bookhardt and David Bookh?rdt, and on tbe weet by the run of Halfway Swamp, .-ooorating the same from lands now or bite or F. J. Pelzar, as by a plat of said lands made 29th of December, 1866, by Stiles R. MeUlchamp, District Surveyor, and now lu my hands, will more tully appear. Terms-One-half cash; balance on a credit of one year, lo be secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of i he premises. Purchaser to pay for pa? pers and stamps. G. d EB BERT SASS, Assigne ot Evans A- Cogswell. April 13_tnths8 ml Valuable Residence in Legare-street, at Auc? tion. BY J. DRAYTON FORD, A notionL'cl*. By virtue of an crder of sale, to me directed by tho Hou. George S Bryan, Judge of tbe United States District Court, tor tbe District of South carolina, I will offer for sale at Public Auctio i, at the Old Postomee, Char!o-(on, South Carolina, on FRI? DAY, the 23d day ot April, instant, at ll o'clock A. M.. All that LOT OF LAND with tbe Buildings there? on, altuated on the wost side of Legare-street, t harleston; bounding cost on Legare-street, west on lands of Winthrop, north on lands of Mrs. Frederick Fraser and H. W. Peronneau. and south on lands ol Bev. Paul T. Gervais. Bein? the commodious resi? dence and very large lot of land now and lately cc cupied by Monard Roper, Esq.. Terms- Five thousand ($5000) dollars cash; bal? ance by bond bearing legal Interest, payable in ono and two years from day of sale, secured by mortgage of premises, Purchaser to keep the buildings in snrod against fire to extent of credit portion ai d to tSBlgn tbe policy, and to pay for all requisite stamps. To WHOM rr MAY CONOEBI?.-All creditors ol RICHARD BOPLK, Bankrupt, are hereby notified that, by virtue of the order above mentioned, they are required to come in and establish their liens, M any they have, on the said property, on or belore the 22d day of April, instant, or be debarred irom all benefit of the decree to bo made m this case. LAWBENOE W. O'HKAR, April 3 s3fl nao Assignee. Justness Carts. OFFICE No. 375 KINO, OPPOSITE HASEL-STREET. January 2T gmo ILLIS df CHISOLM, FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS ASS SHIPPING AGENTS, WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON, RICE, LUMBEB AND NAVAL 8TOBE8. ATLANTIC WHABF, Charleston, S. O. B.WILLIS .A. B.CHISOLM October 25 SOUTHERN STENCIL MANUFACTORY E. H. RODGERS " MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN STENCIL STOCK AND DIES, STEEL LETTERS A\D STAMPS CHECKS AND TAOS BRASS AND GURMAN SILVER KEY RI.VGS, CHAINS, Sic. :i\?r.^:R:K:i:LsrQ-1 INT BIS BY TBE GALLON OR BARREL. AGENT FOR HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS SEAL PKESSES BRANDING IRONS, Sic. No. 129 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C. Hi?- Call and examino specimens, January 16_8mos J. D BEARD, N. Y. I W. J. HEARD, NORFOLK. C. W. YOUNO, N. Y. I P. E. GOODHIDOE, PORTSMOUTH? TTEARD, YOUNG ?SS CO., PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 347 Washington-street, NE ff YORK. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE 8ALE OF EARLY VEGEGABLES, FRUIT8, POTATOES, ic. REFERENCES. -Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte; W. D. Reyno:ds k Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ghlo, Super? intendent S. k R. Railroad, Portsmouth; Colonel ti. JJ. Fremont, E. E. Burruss, Esq., Wilmington; H. K. Thurber k Co., Langhran k Egbert, New York; Bernard O'Neill, Charleston; Alexander k Bussell, Savannah. 3mos April 2 pinion aalt?. Tico rundred Barrels Potatoes. WM. McXAY Will oeil TB I? DAY (Saturday,) 17Ui Instant, at half, past IO o'clock, at Store No. 114 East Bay, corner Eraser's wharf, _ ... PEACH BLOWS, Prince AltertV, Chili and Jack? son Whites, without rewire_April 17 At Auction-House and Lot, Anton-street, one door north cf Laurens. BY J. FRASER MATHE WES. WiB be sold on 1HDRSDAY, 22d Instant, at the Old Foetrfflce, at ll o'clock, BOUSE AND LOT east side Anson-street, one door ? north of Laurens. Lot measures 60 feet front by 98 feet dtep, more or less. ?erms-Threc-iourihs cash; balance in one and two years, secured by bond and mort jage ot the property, with interest Purchaser to pay J. F. MY tor papers and stamps. tbetni April 16 House and Lot. No. 3 Elliott'street. BY J. FRASER MATH EWES. Will be sold on 1 ETP.SDW, 22d instant, at the OH Postofflce, at ll o'clock, HOUSE AND LOT. ?io. 3 Flliott-strecr. south side, Lot measures 20 feet 7 inches front, 96 feet 6 inches ou the back line, and 120 teet deep, more or less. Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, se? cured by bond and mortgage of the property, with interest. Purchaser to pay J. F. M. tor papers and stamps._thftn4_ April IS No. 3 Palmetto-street, north tide, between Ashley and Lucas streets-ComforlabU Dwelling, Western part of the City Owner about to leave the Slate. W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUIN'S, Auctioneers. Will be sold on TUESDAY. 20lh instant, at the Old Postof&ce. at ll o'clock. That desirably situated two-story WOODEN DWELLING, on high brick foundation, known as No. 3 Palmetto street, between Ashley and Lucas streets, containing six square rooms, besides good kitchen containing four rooms; good cistern on tho prem-ECS. Lat measures 60 feet iront by 101 feet in depth. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps. tutbemros April 13 THE STATE OF SO IT I# ?.'AROLINA, G BRENVILLE COUNTY. In Chancery.- Wyman, Byrd ?c Co. vs. Ora' dy Sf Hawthorn.-Bill to Foreclose Mort? gage, ?rc. By virlue of tbe Decretal Order of his Honor Judge James L. Orr, made in the above case, und also by order ol Judpe G. 8. Bryan, I wtil seU to the highest bidder, st Greenville Courthouse, on SALES-DAY in May next, The premises de-oribed In the pleadings, viz: All that PIECE. PABCEL AND TB*CT OF LAND, attn;, ated in the County of Greenville, ?even miles from the Courthouse, and six trom thc Greenville Bailroad Depot, lying on both a:des of Beedy hiver, contain? ing four hundred and ninety-nine acre?, more or lesa, in a high state of cultivation. Upon the place is located the weil known Cotton and Wool Factory of the d* fendants. 1 be Colton Factory is in fun opera? tlon, with some nine hundred and fifty s indies and twenty-four looms; the Wool Factory, with one hun? dred and twenty mule spindles, is also m good ord?-, and tuvcessful operation. On the premires are a good Flouring, Gnat and Saw Mills.-with Blacksmith shon-two comfortable Dwelling Houses, and several smell Framed Houses for the opaianvea, withs nice Brick Church. Ibe water power at all seasons is sufficient to drive three dm "s the amount of ma? chinery now m operation. The country is remarka? bly healthy, with a clima-e unsurpassed in the United States, with a t ober, industrious and energetic pop? ulation. Wooded lands adjacent, well timbered, can be purchased at reasonable prices. This is the best oportunitv for an investment to capitalists that has been offered in the up-country since tbe war. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and BUmps. W. A. MCDANIEL, 0. C. 0, Clerk'* offtco, February 2, 1869. April 10 sw7ml I N I) turi DKCKEK IN EQUITY. J. L. Pearce ts. T. C. Prioleau. A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneer On TUESDAY, the 27th instant, in front of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock, A. M., will be sold. That valuable PLANTATION or TU ACT OF LAND, with a Dwelling Howe and rutbu'ldlDgs thereon, situate, Iv lng md being on the drains of -haw's Creek, in the District of Barnwell, in the State aforesaid, and within three niles of the salubrious .and flourishing town of Aiken, containing faur hundred and eighty acres, more or less; bounded on the north, north? west and. west by lands of Eugene Dur bec and G. B. Lythgoe; on the east and northeast by land of Ed? ward Arthur; on tbe southeast by land of John Arthur and F. Foll?n, and on the south by lind of Rebecca Woodward. Conditions-One half cash, and Ike balance ona credit of one and two years, secured by bond and mortgage, interest payable semi-annually. Purcha? ser to pay for papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, 8. C. O. April 10 - sStul ^nftionccrs1 JUioat. Sales. A Fine Rockaway at Private Sale. BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.. Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneer*, No. 33 Bread-street. April 17 3 _gobcrb?si)trt). LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSITIONS^ PRIZE MEDALS I THE GEORGE A. CLARK'S O. N. Ti ,: SIX COBB, !S0FT FINISH SPOOL COTTON. This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No. 0, purely Soft Finish, ia recommended for Its great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew? ing. FOR SALE BY THE Erincipal Wholesale and Retail Pry Goods and .Notion Dealers? February 27 3mo puil&inn. iR?tcrials, ?tr. ST^AM^ASH^ AND DOOK FACTORY. L. E. COEDRAY & CO" No. 2 PEI TC HA RB-S TREE T, OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR & CO.'S MACHINS SHOPS. SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always, on hand PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE 8A8HB8, MOULDINGS, &c, made np at ?hort no? tice, and at the lowest terms. L. E. CORDRAY.C. A. TROUCBE March 23_3mo rpo BUSINESS BBN. THE SUMTER NEW8, PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, 8. C., IS ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP. COUNTBY; has a large circulation, and affords au* perlor advantages as an advertising medium. Terms low. Addrea DARR St ?STREN, February 22 Proprietors.