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JTBWS S.U MMAKY.
-Gold closed in New York j eater dav at i2?.
-Cotton was dull and unchanged, with sales
rf 52? ba?es at 81?a32.
-XE l?vorpcol, ootton was reported at noon
^ajet and steady; Bales 10,GOO balea.
-Pr?uce Alfred ie sweet on MTle Schneider.
ft -Kapo?eon bas stopped bis copy of the Lon
<3hnThoae. .1 T i
.--Thc hides of the unfortunate doga^dfown ed
nu; the pound in Haw York reappearhvgloves.
-Miss Kellogg wont go to' Paris arter aU.
Ber tant?are too high for the managt/s.
: -Th? Latia word for'woman is mulier. No
: that the female sex is so obstinate.
-It ?a proposed to run Mri'J. B. Young, of |
.?fcs Trifanire, for Major of New York,
u. ii -Paris is lighted by thirty-three thousand
?atgUIinndred and fifty- nine street lamps,
''atti -JFoIesburg, Colorado, whioh had five thou?
sand inhabitants last fall, has fifty now.
' -A French doctor has discovered that 'alum
?3 largely nsed in mairim? claret.
-Ute high Slit peak in Colorado is Mount J
??aecln, seventeen thousand feet high.
-Orw ihree hundred Swedes have settled
ia^o^Icford, Illinois, since the first of ArriL
-The cheapest paper in tb e Um ted States is
:fi0campa:gn Tm-WEEKLY NEWS. Four months,
_'Sa* counterfeit fifty cent currency hts
??itofl? appearance, and said to be well exe- j
-The new city, register of Chicago contains
-avar 34,000 names; and '-a population of 300,000
? fi ? tttinf?? for-the city? ' .
-Afc feie annual sale of Kentucky homes at
. JBiuittarit, fifty-four bead of yearlings brought
f?j??i, an average of more than $406 each.
-Sion cottages have been rented at New?
port tb23 season than ever before, and some' of
i?emaahigb ae $4000 for file season.
-They have a street railroad in Warsaw,
, thonch the town has but three thonsand
_Garibaldi is suffering so severely from a
tTaainaif?ri attack that he is compelled to go on
* -A yvutng woman in a Woetexn town, it is
. ??a, has beon fined ten dollars for kissing a
jetxag; man againat his will.
-Secant cxcavntfons at Pompeii have
-fcamghl to light tito frasco portraits in a fine
' BrnnlrTyn has a swimming academy where
-As water is twioe filtered and "champion" la
. aaea cupport.
papers chuckle over the fact that
reeerres $1500 for singing at a concert,
PasS pockets only the bagatelle of $1000.
-There ra a great ecarcity of buffalo and an?
on the plains this season. Badgers,
and prairie doge are the only game to
mere catalogue of .scientific serial
published in Europe is the present
as one thousand four hundred, fliting
..?rty-tfanoo printed pages.
-Aa the magistrates elect in Shelby County,
?ba,.am negroes, and D ot ono of them can read
But Badioaliam makes them ."all
fB?ndpal increase in the emigration
:Grext Britain, during the past year, oe- j s
in the members classed as geitlemen,
ional men and governesses? - -
one New York newsboy to another:
-*Ssy, Sammy, what would yon do if you were
.sabalf 'il would troy-buy-buy-well, one
terarfrerl peony ice-creams."
_ ^The loading female rider of Yankee Bo bin -
asaStt?aoaa troupe attempted suicide at Free
gar^GRL,last weehy because she was disgusted
??afetfce profeeeioc, and the proprietors re
ftvxxLio release her from her engagement. -
'leach, the missing North Carolina Con
- afsassnxazij has come to light. It seems that he
gras bean in "Washing ton several weeks, but an
?Osck of rheumatism prevented him from tak
?Bjf his sett in Congress.
- -A party of rowdies stopped a street car near
jB^niQawstxth-streot New York, on Wednesday
3?tM* and attempted to set fire to the dresses
?rff2naSadies who were present in force retorn
?MMC fina? a picnic. [ Two policemen appeared
4BjB&tho ruthann fled.
-Ssptembfr^next wiD be remarkable for the
Congresses to be held in Europe. First
JmUma Workingrnen'e International, which is to
rj?acsfc Brussels on the first of that month;
inania the middle of the month that of Peace,
?f lilian . nuil finally the Students' Congress
.mfcloej^j or 3lahnes.
-Jules Lefevre had a painting representing
? nod? female figure in the Paris Academy
^ibfhiriim, and it took the first prize. One
afeoxF ia that the Menken posed for it, and that
Ihnnae has bought it for $5000 as a
to'his fainer. Another account is
.Aafcibefitce is the portrait of a beautiful wo
saan. of the haut monde who sat to Lefevre
Brut re ta med thc portrait from some freak of
gsnxj. Ia this way the artist took his revenge
. and mule the lady disagreeably immortal
-Theodore used to drink like the proverbial
Jaie, and his peculiar vanity was "raki," a
pleasant LVoroid in a hot climate. After one of
Ms "fas drinks," he heard some prisoners
ItaaStr complaining that others had been Bet
ffceev while they were detained. "Yon wretches,
*x* make ? noise and disturb mo," said the
fT?w^, and ordered them all for instant execu
A few hours later he was praying that
murders might not be counted np
brm, as ho had perpetrated them uc
?. Ac tho influence of ovil spirits.
-OK Mexican authorities are carrying mat
'dawvriia ?-pretty high hand, if we may believe
?fccstory of a correspondent of the New York
:3ecs1&..Se eaye that the daughter of an
Xnaerxan gentleman recently fell in love with
Ott obsesos Mexican official, who is re present?
aste hs ignorant, and without the means of
- la^rnifTn^a wife. These circumstances, to
ccthor arith the extrem? youth of the girl (six
jeara), seemed to justify the father in
?jp the intimacy. The Mexican made
Jemand for the surrender of the yoong
lady, which waa peremptorily refused. He
then invoked the aid of the government, and
accompanied by a file of soldiers he returned
to the house and foroibly took away from thc
father his only daughter. The ill-assorted mar?
riage was performed, and the parent is left
without redress or remedy. Such is Mexican
_A very interesting letter from Alaska is
published in the New York Tribune. There
port which had gained general credence that
troops atationod at Sitka were suffering from
sickness, and the want of ordinary comforts is
denied, and it is asserted that the general
health and temper of the American troops and
settlers are good. Sitka possesses a beautiful
harbor, but a dangerous one, owing to the
large number of little islets and rocks, be?
tween which pass narrow c hannels, any of them
with sufficient water to float a ship, but hardly
sea room enough to be safe. The town itself
is situated on a point of Und Jutting out into
the bay, from the base of the mountains, pro?
bably containing about a thousand acres, and
from the character of the sod appears to have
been made by the washings of the ocean. On
.the point is a large lake of fresh water, in
front of whioh, along the edge of the bay, are
about one hundred and fifty log houses, scat?
tered about promiscuously. There is but one
street, and that extends through the whole
length of the town, and is continued for about
a mile to lochan river, a little mountiin stream
emptying in the bay at this point. This is the
only road on the island ; beyond this; and in
fact, on all sides of the island, the thicket is
imr^enetrable. The American colonists seem
to Iv : ""ring a good time. The correspondent
says: '1 ?Ve have parties, hops and bats to our
hearts' content." .
TUESDAY HORNING, JULY 21, 1868.
? " ? Back in the Union.
The President of the United States has
proclaimed the ratification by South Caro?
lina of the fourteenth Constitutional Amend?
ment; Goss, Bowen and WHITTKMORE have
taken their seats in Congress as our repre?
sentatives; .- the "military law of (he
white man ia at an end; 'the civil rule of the
black man is fairly begun. As far as South
Carolina is concerned, the Reconstruction
acts ar? no longer of any force or effect.
The State government called into life hy
au usurping Congress, sustained by the
musket and bayonet, and administered by
colored barbers, preachers, tinkers and cot?
ton pickers and meaner and more vindictive
carpet-bagging white men, is now supreme.
At this moment General CASEY has, by the
laws pf Congress, no authority beyond that
which he derives from the Articles of War.
True it ia that he may still make arrests,
Still fill Castle Pinckney and Fort Macon
with private citizens, who were arrested on
suspicion and because they were not negroes;
bat ia so doing he laughs to scorn the Re?
construction acts, folly as much as
ivhen-in General Orders No. 136-he
iefines the limits of the powers of the
jivil authorities, orders prisoners under- j
ruing punishment by sentence of mili
ary commissions, to be retained in custody,
ind directs his subordinates to refuse to j
3b ey a writ ot habeas corpus issued by a State
: ourt. Probably, homw, another Kappi?- |
neatsry act may remove this unpleasant
tess, and declare that the civil government
ia always right save. when CANBY says 'tis
wrong. But for to-day it is glory enough
:o know that South Carolina is congres
lionally what she has never ceased to be
institutionally-a State of the American
i?aion. BOTIIBB, WADS and 8 TE VE SS may
low clap their hands and shout with glad
less, for the halls which have -been hon?
ored by the presence of a HAY.SE, a PBES
roK and McDr/rnx, are now ornamented
>y WHITTXMOBJB, the mouthy ex-chaplain of
he 30th Massachusetts Regiment; by
Sowcx, the ex-Confederate captain and
?eputed forger and murderer, and by
he too notorious Goss. Worth.has given
ray to want of principle, integrity to im
Dorality, chivalry to baseness, honor to in
amy and shame. The South Carolina of |
he educated white man ia replaced by the
louth Carolina of th e adventurer and the
tegro; for the Congress of the people is
?bst it nt ed a body illegal in organization
ind tyrannical in act and intention; for the
ree country of eight years ago is given us
he centralized, negro-ridden despotism of |
hese present days.
Verily- ! the Radicals have done welL By
rand and by wrongs innumerable, by test
laths and shoulder straps, by Bureau agents'
nd pro-consuls, by Union Leagues and in
lammatory speeches, they have aocom
dished reconstruction-a reconstruction
rhich will stand forever a monument of
rhat may be done by men so lustful of
tower as to be reckless of all truth and as
alee as dicers' oaths.
The sign is on the wall, and our ^cobin
Congress will do well to make the most of j
he little time'now left them. Their au
hority. is founded on the African and not
ipon the Caucasian, and already North and
fest cry out that their liberties are threat
ued, and that by the votes of Southern
legroes they never will be ruled. They see
hat the white man of the North cannot be
ree while the white man of the South is
nslaved. From the Atlantic to the Pacific
ave been heard their protests against Rad?
ial revolution. They will be encouraged
3 renewed and stronger efforts, for the
risis of their destinies is at hand. The
ompletion of Congressional reconstruction
rill be the signal for the inception of the
'ork of reconstructing Congress itself,
'hey who have shown no mercy will receive
one, and the day which sees South Carolina
epresentcd on the floors of Congress by
ricky adventurers, foreign-born fools, and
eputed swindlers, will witness the begin?
ing of that true reconstruction which will
nly be accomplished when every State is
epresented under tho constitution, and a
onstitutional civil government is restore d
9 the whole American peopV^
Thc Contented Elections.
The delegates to the lower House of tho
tate General Assembly from Anderson Dis
rict,-F BANK SLOAN, JOHN WILSON and
OHN B. MOOBE,-were eleoted by about
ne hundred majority. They had the mis
>rtune to be white men and Democrats, so
?at a B adical protest was at once sent to
eneral CANST, in which it was alleged that
tey had been elected hy fraud. General
CANDY detailed an officer to inquire into tho
facts, and this officer, after a full investiga?
tion, made his report, upon which General
CANBY based an order declaring that the
Democratic candidates were duly elected.
When the House of Representatives or?
ganized, an attempt was made to exclnde
the delegation in the face of their certifi?
cates given them by General CANDY; but
they were allowed to take their seats. The
protests in the case were referred to a com?
mittee, which committee reported, in sab
stance, that they had rather wash their
hands of the whole business, and leave the
House to decide whether the affidavits filed
by the contestants should be received aa
sufficient evidence. This report was made
the speoial order for Friday, and was then
the subject of a long and bitter d?bate.
The point at issue was, whether simple affi?
davits should be taken as sufficient evidence
in the contested elections. DeLarge and
Whipper, two of the most influential col?
ored representatives, argued that it would
cost too much to take personal evidence,
and this was the general feeling. Mr.
Moons, one of the representatives whose
seats are contested, then gave a history of |
the elections and the affidavits of the de?
feated candidates. It was shown that the
affidavits were, of course, ex parte in char?
acter; that they were given by persons who
knew nothing of the laws of evidence, and
sworn to before persons who were neither
notaries public nor magistrates; that the
managers in one precinct swore to a circum?
stance which was alleged to have taken place
twenty-five miles away from that precinct;
that the managers of the precinct at which
fraud had been alleged ,had sworn that
their account was correct and that no fraud
had been committed; and that the affidavits
of the defeated Radicals undertook to con?
vict of false swearing every manager and
registrar of elections in Anderson district,
as well as one hundred and sixty-three citi?
zens of character and respectability. Mr.
Moons said : "Can you lend yourselves to
"the perpetration of this enormity ? Jos
"lice forbids it. Ton cannot-you dare not
?do it, gutless yon dare do anything." At
this moment one of the representatives cried
out : "Damn you ! we'll show you mighty
"soon." In conclusion, Mr. Moons asked
for permission* to send for persons and
papers, or that a commission be appointed
to go to Anderson and take evidence.
What was the result ? The Committee on
Privileges and Elections were, on motion of
Whipper, ordered to decide the cate on ^the
affidavits submitted. This is equivalent to
declaring that the Democratic repr?senta?
tives shall be ousted.
The secret motive is said to be to declare,
when the Democrats are expelled, that the
election for United States senator, in which
they took part, -fas illegal; and that con?
sequently Mr. SAW ?? .n r was - not properly
.elected. This might g i vo MA CK KY another
ohanoe. Under any circumstances, how?
ever, it is gratifying to see that our carpet?
bag L?gislature imitates so well its big
brother in Washington, and it is earnestly
hooped that tho colored men will not stop
their purging until there is neither Demo?
crat nor whiten man left in the whole Gene?
ral Assembly. The carnival is now at its
height, but the bell will Boon toll that bids
these mummeries cease.
WE GAIL the attention of our readers to
the notice of a public meeting to be held at
the Citadel Square Baptist Church this
The purpose of the meeting commends it
to tho favorable regards of an enlightened
public It contemplates the continued ope?
ration of one of the colleges.in this State
and in such a form as involves a material
io wering of the cost of tuition. Just at the
present orisis, when so much uncertainty
attends the probable action of those who
are legislating for South Carolina, in re?
gard to the matter of education, it is par?
ticularly important that every seminary of |
h arning free from the risk of legislative
interference, and the commingling of papila
of different races, should be kept in vigor?
FUR SALiE, AN Al WHIT KU A L-L. BOAT,
suitable for sa Iii g or rowing, rigged complete.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. tnth2? July 31
FUR SALK, OLD NEWSPAPER*-, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred, A o ply
at the Offlco ef the DALLY NEWS. February 20
fost ann /anni.
WARD.-Stolen from my chamber at my resi?
dence No. 99 Broad-street, corner of Orange, on Sun
lay night, the 13th inst, one GOLD OBEN FACE
WATCH, with Gold Dial and carved back. Nc, 6513,
raak or W. Robinson; also, ono pair of GOL J SPEC?
TACLES. Tb o above reward will be paid upon their
delivery at No. 99 BROAD-STREET.,
July 21_ tuthag*
DOG LOST.-A SKTTLCR PUP ABOUT
eight months old; color nearly all white, with
black ears, strayed from my yard, with chain and
?ollar. A suitable reward will be given te the finder
If required. J. C. H. CL AU>8EN,
Ju y 21 1 Market-street
LOST, ON SUNDAY APTESKNOON LAST,
from the southwest corner of Bull 'and Rut?
ledge streets, a SCOTCH TERRIER SLUT, blackish
gray on back, and tan legs and snout. A reward
wiU bc paid for the return of the same to th? owner,
CORNER BULL AND RUTLEDGE STREETS.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORTH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GKAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month m advance.
Boole-keeping charged extra,
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
The loUowing articles were found in Pitt
i tree t and brought to thia station by a policeman;
me COAT, one Vost, one pair of Shoes, one pair of
?ye Glasses. 'I he owner may recover the same by
:alling and establishing his claim tbeicto.
JOHN C. MI.NOTT,
Fitst Lieutenant L. W. PoUce.
July 21 S
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CI1Y TREASURY, 1st Julr, 1808.-Under an
Irdiuanco "To Raise Supplies for the year 1868," the
?BCOND INSTALMENT OF TAXfcS ON REAL
?STATE is required cn or before tho last day of
'uh, and if not paid executions shall issue in twenty
lays thereafter. 8. THOMAS,
July 1 City Treasurer.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, April 28,1868. J
FARMERS AND OTHERS ARE REQUESTED
not to drive over the line oi thc Meeting street
todd, between Spring and Rumney-streeto, during
he execution of the work. Cattle, drivers are re?
quested not to use the Meeting-street Road at all.
he disturbance of all the grade and tllignment
?gs, recently put np, renders it necessary to make
he above request. LOUIS J. BABBOT,
April 30 CWy Engineer.
WANTED, TWO NO. 1 STILLS, WITH
Caps and Wonna complete, capacity 65 and
90 gallons. Apply at No. 42 MARKET-STREET,
this day. 2* July 21
WANTED, BT A WHITE WOMAN
without a child, a Situation aa WET NURSE.
The beat recommendations can be given. Apply at
the SOUTHWEST CORNER OF AMHERST AND
DRAKE STREETS. 1* July 21
WASTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
?situation as WET NURSE. The best of refer- j
enees can be given. Apply at No. 63 OALHOUN
BTREETy between Kiddle and Wall streets.
STEAM ENGINE WASTED,-WANTED,
A STEAM ENGINE, of twelve to fifteen horse
power, suitable to drive a Rice Thrasher.
Apply to J. H. BAGGETT k 00.,
Jory 21 tuthaS Accommodation Wharf.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS BOOK?
KEEPER, by a man who ls competent, and
can give the most unexceptionable references. A
moderate salary only expected during the RU rn rn pr*
months. Address V. M., Postoffice Box No. 92,
Charleston, S. C. _ Jmy 3
WANTED, AGENTS. - $175 PER
month to sell tho NATIONAL FAMILY SEW?
ING MACHINE. This machine is equal to the stan?
dard machines in every respect, and is sold at the
low price of $20. Address NATIONAL SEWING
MACHINE COMPANY, Pittsburg, Pa.
Jone 29_ Imo*
rE DAUGHTER OF AN EPISCOPAL
CLERGYMAN, of Virginia, desires a situation
as TEACHER. She ia competent to teach the usual
English branches, with Latin, and Music on the
Piano. Address Miss N. H. MANN, care T. S. Coles,
Esq., CharlotteavfUe, Va. Imo June 2?
can be obtained by application to t "UNION
HOME," from 9 til ill o'clock daily.
Servants can also fiad places by applicatlo to th
same place, at the same hours. Inquire fo the M
trou, corner Church and Chalmers street
June 19. I
ANTED, A SITUATION, IN ANY
capacity aa V CLERK. The subscriber la
willing to engage in any business, and will make
himself g. neraUy userai in any way, and be satisfied
with a very moderate salary. Address "L. w., "
Charleston, through the Posto face._June 17
ARESPECTABLE WHITE FEMALE
wishes a situation aa CHILD'S NURSE, with
a family going North. The best reference given if
required. A i dress TM. X.," office' of THE DAILT
NEWS. June 3
WANTED. A FLACK AS GARDENER.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, C. 8. A.,
who lost an arm in the war, and who ls now m re-1
dured circumstance*,-is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charge of lota at Mag?
nolia.* He is willing to work and can give the best
testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
Address J. H. THOMAS, DAILT NEWS Office.
May 12 ^7
WANTED,. EMPLOYMENT AS A
WATCHMAN, or ia any other capacity in
which he can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who is in distress for want of work. Ad?
dress "J. S.," Office of the DAILY NEWS.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAO A ZI > ES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rate?.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_Ko. 161 King-street
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York. 6m os April 20
WANTED, EVERYBODY , TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CTRCCLATTNG'LIBR ART.
CHARLES C. ' RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of-the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED HOUSE with six square rooms,
gas, and large cia'ern of water, situated in Gadsden
street, north of Bulk co nmanding a flue view of the
Ashley Elver. To an approved tenant the rent will
be low. Apply at No. 8 BROAD-STREET, or at No.
14 JOHN-STREET._July 21
TO RENT. FOR THE SCHMER. A
? HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of.
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEW? OF?
FICE, ._July 2
mo tlE.\T, PART OF THE RESIDENCE
JL No.' 9 Rutledge-etreet, with. kitchen rooms also,
if desired. June 3
. . ?J , BY THE
METROPOLITAN. GIFT COMPANY.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of $330,000.
EVERT TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
5 Ooah Gifts.Each $10,000
10 Cash Gifts.Each 5,000
20 Cash Gitta.Each 1,000
40 Cash Gifts..Each 500
200 Cash Gifts.......:......Each - luo
300 Cash Gita.Each 60
460 Cash Gifte......Each 26
600Cash Gifts...*......Each 26
80 Elegant Rosewood Planos.Each $300 to $500
36 Elegant Rosewood Melodeons. .Each 75 to 150
150 Sewing Machines.Each 60 to 176
250 Musical Boxes.Each 26 to 200
SOO Fine Gold Watches....Each 75 to. 300
750 fine SilverWatcbeB.Each 30to 60
Fine on Pal atinge, Framed Engravings, Silverware,
Photograph Altrnma, and a large assortment of
Fine Gold Jewelry, ia all valued at $1,1.00,000.
A chance to draw any of the above prises by pur?
chasing a Sealed Tickst for twenty-five cents. Tickets
describing each prize are sealed in envelopes and
t noroughly T-MTOA On receipt of twenty-five cants a
Sealed Ticket wUi be drawn without cho ce and de?
livered at our office, or sent by mail to any address.
Ihe prize named upon it win be delivered to tho
ticket-holder on payment of One DoUar. Pilzes will
be immediately sent to any address, as requested, by
express or return mail. . -*
You win know what your prize ia before you pay
for it Any prize may be exchanged for another of
the same value. No blanks.
Our patrons can de end on fair dealing.
RErxBENCES.-We select the few following names
from the many who hove lately drawn valuable prizes,
and kindly permitted na to pub lah them :
S. T. Wilkins, Buffalo, N. Y., tlOOO: Miss Annie
Monroe, Chicago, UL, Piano, valued at $65u; Robert
Jackson, Dubuque, Iowa, Gold Watch, $250; Philip
McCarthy, Louisville, Ky., Diamond ditsier Bing,
$000; lt. A. Patterson, New Bedford Mass,, Stiver Tea
Set $175; Misa. Emma Walworth, Milwaukee, Wis,.
Piano, $600; Rev. T. W. Pitt, Cleveland, Ohio, Melo
49rWe publish no names without permis sion.
OPXHIOSB er THE PRES*.-"They are doing the
Largest business; the firm is reliable, and deserve
their success."- Weekly Tribune, Feb 8,1868.
" We have examined their system, and know them
to be a lair doaling ?rm."- .Vete York Herald, Feb.
"Last week a friend of ours drew a $500 prize,
which was promptly received."-Daily Net**, March
Send for circular giving many more references and
favorable notices from the press. L boral induce?
ments to ?f?nti. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every
package of .-ealed Envelopes contains ONE CA>H
GIF J'. Six Tickets for $1; thirteen for $2; thirty
five for $6; one'hundred and ten for $15.
AU letters should bs addressed to
- HARPER, WILSON k CO..
July 20 Imo No. 173 Broadwav, N. Y.
OTICE TO FARMERS
WILLIAM HUNT HA> BESUMrD HIS OLD BU?
SINESS at No. 42 MARKl-T-STREEI,.north side,
where be is'prepared to receive and forwaid all
kinds of VEGETABLES and FRUITS on consign?
ment. Liberal advances win be made if desired,
Consignments tor the New York, Philadelphia, Ba't'
more and Washington Markets will meet with prompt
From h's long experience in this business he feels
confident of affording satisfaction to his customers.
For those preiemng to sell their pr ducts here the
highest market prices will be obtained. Vagetables
ind aU kinds of Country Produce wUl be retailed at
wholesale prices. Imo June 27
rjpiIE FALL TRADE.
MERCHANTS, FACTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
.verywheie, but moro especially in the City of
SharluBton, wtU please bear in mind that the PARN
WELL SENTINEL is one of the best advertising me
lluins in the State, circulating at every postofnee in
he District, and has boen in existence since 1852.
Business men would coosult their interest by trying
iome et the Printer's Ink used at that establishment.
Address E. A BRONSON,
July 14 imo PubUsher and Proprietor.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
riCH? GRANDE GRILLE
KISSINGEN BITTER WATER,
Zn Origina* Pacfcago*.
CILARLESTON LAND COMP ANT?
rjIHE FIR3T ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X above Company will be bald Thu Afternoon,
Slat matant, at half-past Four o'clock, at the usual
place of business. Shareholders axe requested to
present their receipts. JAS. B. SPENCES,
July 21_1 Secretary.
CAROLINA BASE BALL CLUB.
ATTEND AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF
your Crab, at Vigilant Han, Thia Evening, at
Eight o'olock. * "
By order. B. F. TUPPEB,
SOUTH CAROLINA HANGERS CHARI?
fTTHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
A this Association will be held To-Night, at the
Han, northeast corner of King and Society-*treeta
(entrance on Society-street), at half-past Eight o'clock
precisely. A punctual attendance ls earnestly de?
sired, aa business of importance will be submitted.
By order of the President.
UNION CHAPTER, No. 3., R. A. BI.
THE MONTHLY CONVOCATION WILL BE
holden in Masonic Hall Thu Evening, the 21st
instant, at Eight o'clock. Companions and candi?
dates for Degrees will be punctual. By order of the
M. B.H.P. PHILIP AUSTIN",
July 21 1 Secretary.
STONEWALL VIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your Company, Thu Evening at Market
Hau, at quarter post ?Ight o'clock precisely.
By order. VT. G. MILLEE,
July 31 1 Secretary.
WARD No. 4.
rEVOIERS OF WARD NO. 4 ARE INVITED
to meet at Masonic Hall, To-Morrow Evening,
23d ins'ant, at Eight o'olock, for the purpose of or?
ganizing a Democratic Clo b. It is to be hoped that
every one who ls a voter in this Ward wdl be wil?
ling to aid the cause by bis presence on thia occa?
sion. 3 July 21
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
AMEETING OF THR COLORED DEMOCRATIC
CLUB of W^rd No. Swill be held Thit (Tues?
day) Evening, July 21.
By order of the President. .
July 31 1 .
_Itotiifs itt Pan?wptrt).
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLIN*-TN THE MATT FR OF J08EPH
PURCELL, BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY-TO
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The undersigned here?
by gives notice of his appointment as Assignee of
JOSEPH PURCELL, in the District of Charleston,
and State of South Carolina, within said District, who
bas been adjudged a bankrupt by the District Court
of said District.
Dated 20th day of July. A D. i860.
July 21 ros E. W. MARSHALL, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
BOC'TH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF HUT?
TON LEE, BANKRUPT.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To
whom it may concern : The undersigned hereby
fives notice of bis appointment as Assignee of HUT?
ON LEE, in the District of Charleston and State of
South Carolina, within said District, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition, by the
District Court of said District. '<
Dated the 13th day of July, A. D., 1866.
J. B. BIS S ELL,
July H tuS Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
? UNLTrD STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT
OF SOUTH CAROLINA-TN THE MATTES OF
ALFRED RAOUL. OF CHARLESTON* BANK?
RUPT-IN BANKBUP rCY.-To whom lt may con?
cern: The undersigned hereby gives notice of his
appointment aa assignee of ALFRED RAOUL, In
the District of Charleston, and State ol South Caro?
lina, within said District, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt on bis own petition, by the District
Court of said District
Dated the tixtk qfJuhf, A D. 1868:
July 14 tus A M. LEE, Assignee. '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE HUSTRICT OF
KOUT H CAROLINA_TN THE MATTER OF JOHN
D. HARPES, OF KTNGSTBEE, WTLLIAi"8BUBG
DISTRICT, S. C.-TN BANKRUPTCY.-To whom lt
may concern: The undersigned hereby gives no?
tice of bis appointment as Assignee of JOHN D
HARPER, of Williamsburg District, and State of
South Carolina, within said District, who baa been
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition by District
Court of said District S. OWENS, '.
July ll etuthS Assignee
OF ' .
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS SIEB
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FUND.
fire Bisks taken on Buildings, Produce, Mercnan
Losses promptly adjusted here, without reference
to England, in Sterling or currency, at the option of
the assured. W. 0. BEE A- CO.. Agents,
February 22 stuthSmo Auger's North Wharf.
MPEKIAL FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF LONDON.
Cash Capital Paid Up and Invested over 98,000,000
U.S. Branch Office, No. 40 Pine-street.
LOCAL DmZCTOBS Ut KEW TOBI:
E. Vt. ARCHIBALD, Esq., H. B. M. Consul, Chair?
RICHARD IRVIN, Esq., RICHASO DAVIN A Co.
ED. S. JAFFRAY, Esq.. E. 8. JAITBAX A Co.
J. BOORI! AN JOHNSTON, Esq, J. BOOBKAX Jo mi
8TOX k Co.
A. A LOW, Esq., A A. Low A BBOTHEBS.
DAVID SALOMON, Esq.. No. ll Went 38th-9treet
JAMES STUART. E*q., J. k J. SrUABT.
EDGAR W. CROWELL, Resident Manager.
Risks taken as low as in other first-class Compa?
nies, and Losses sdju?ted and paid here.
Polices issued, payable in go.d or currency, by
A L. TOBIAS, No. 109 East Bay,
June 20 sruth3mo Agent for Charleston, S. C.
LAT RUCK. HOTEL.
THIS HOUSE 13 NOW OPEN FOB THE
RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
Board ?3J per month.
Passage from Charleston to Flat Rock by Railroad
and Stage 920.
H. T. TAVMER,
July ll stuthlmo* Proprietor.
A DAME GIDIEKE,
COU NEE OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON, B. 0.
Transient Board 93 50 per Day.
April 2 J
KIRKLAND di OD* Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PaoPBiETOns,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
Q^RIFFIN, BROTHER di CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22 Cmos
EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 72 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. Hi LO lt ET H & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
90TEL, as popularly known tn former times
lader the management ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
nore recently under tbat of. HIRAM CRANSTON A
'?J., is now uhdoi the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
!J. HILDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, liner the finn ol
D. IL HILDRETH k CO.
The seuior partner from bis long experience as a
M opric.or of the Veranda, St Louts and Sn Charles
lot els of New Orleans, natters himself that he can
issure his friends and the public generally, tbat its
berner world-wide reputation as a popular first-close
lote!, shall be fully sustained under ita present
nanapement _lyr* February 13
j?-A FACT WORTH KNOWING.-THE
lest investment for an invalid, wno Buffers from
Lability or loss of appetite, is a bottle of PARS?
ON'S Hepatic Bitters, as it will be sure to g+ve relief,
roraaleby-all Druggist*. f
rpHJC THIRD AATN IVERS AKT
SCHILLER LODGE, No. 30, L O. 0. F.
WILL BE CELEBRATED ON THTJESDAY, THE
23d of Joly, at the Schufcsenplatz (Rikersv?le), for
the benefit of the WIDOWS AND OBFHANS of that
The South Carolina Railroad will leave Ann-street
Depot at 9 o'clock A M., and 1 o'clock P. M., and re?
turn to the city at 7 o'clock P. M.
Passage to and fro, 26 cents.
Tickets for Hall and G roan da, 91. Can be had at
the Platz and from the following Committee :
GUST. HOFFMEYEB, Chairman.
H. W. TTKNCK EN. I J. H. A LITERS.
D. NOBDMEYER. J. WINTERS.
F. HIMMELREICH. | J. H. TTETJEN.
Joly 18 6tuth3
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FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
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ind recdvc hts weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro
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TEST CLASS REFERENCES G172N WHK&
March ta Lyr
(tornes unb Jttisrelianeons.
OS?AA POUNDS CHOICE SUGAR-CUBED
Landing, and tor sale by -
July 21 2 B. A; A. P. CALDWELL.
IN BONDED WAREHOUSES AND IN
?>?CA BOXES CHOICE AND MEDIUM QUALI
W?I bo sold "in bond "or "tai paid."
ALBO, JUST RECEIVED AND IN STORE:
100 boxas Sound Low Oradas TOBACCO.
Tobacco Manufacturer's Agency.
No. Kl East Bay,
Joly 21_1_Next DATLT NKWB Office.
1 AAA LBS. GENUINE No. 1 "DURHAM"
XUUU 20 cases (106 Ina. each) "Bill Arp"
20 b?rrela (in bulk) "Bough and Beady"
25packages "various other Branda."
Tobacco Manufacturer's Agency,
No. 151 East Bay, next DAILY News office.
WHEAT ! WHEAT ! WHEAT !
WANTED TO PUBOHAS E, WHEAT IN LABOE
QUANTITIES, for which the highest market
price ls paid by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.,
_ No. HMarl?st^b?eet, oppc^te State-atroet
July 21_ a
7?1 BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER- HAT,
I OJ. landing .from bark "E. Will tams." For
Bale in lota to suit, by . T. J. KERR k CO.
July 21_?_- 3
7VTOW LANDING, AND FOB SALE ON MAB
J.1 8 HALL'S WHARF, east end of Calhoun -
street, 30,000 PRIME SHINGLES, in bundles.
July 21 tuthsg JNO. MARSHALL, Jg.
COFFEE, SU?fAB AND HO
1 AA BA?3' VARIOUS GBADES, RIO COFFEE
ifv 75 hhda. and boxes Bright Grocery bugar
60 barrels Low Priced Sugars
100 barrels Molasses, in oypress barrels.
Recently purchased and for sale at reduced price*
by BERNARD O'NLTLL,
No. 189 East Bay,
And Noe. 18 and 60 State-street.
CHOICE WESTERN BACON.
QABam DAVIS' O. B. AND R. STD ES
30 tierces Davis' Canvased Hams
20 tieroes inferior brands Hams
20 bbls. Meas Pork.
Landing direc1. from Cincinnati, and for sale low,
by BERNARD O'NEILL,'
No. 139 East Bay, and
July 20_2_Nos. 48 and 60 State-street
QC BHDS. RIBBED, CLEAR RIBBED, AND
OO CLEAR SIDES and SHOULDERS, just land?
ed and for sale low by B. sc A.P. CALDWELL.
July 20_ 2
?)A BEO? PSIME BUTTER. JUST LANDED
?U and for sale by B, A A. P. CALDWELL.
BACON. COFFEE, &c.
EXTRA 6UGAR-CURED SHOULDERS
Choice Breakfast Bacon
Fresh Roasted Coffee. . - .
An Assortment of TOILET SOAPS.
Jost received and tor salo at ?
CO-OPERATIVE GBO DEBT STORE.
' No. 107 Market>?treet
teg- Goods deUvered free of charge.
July 16 . .,. , ; ,
ROPE ! HOPE !
COILS OREEN LB AF MACHIA'E ROPE
HALF COLLS GREEN LEAF MACHINE ROPE,
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE BO PR
will do weU to call oa the undersigned, aa I
guarantee to sell at
MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, FREIGHT ADDED.
For ?ale by J. W. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
June 20_P?fl _atothlmos
ARRIVING DALLY, AND SOLD CHEAP, BY
MBS. 0. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 Market-street south-side,
Jury 16_6 Opposite Market HalL
FRUIT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
PEACHES AND APPLES RECEIVED EVERY
DAY from Aiken on consignment The aboro
will be sold to small boxes to suit families by
BART k WTBTH,
June 25 Imo Nos. 66 and 67 Market-etreet
'tZf\f\f\ DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
tJ\J\J\J 100 hampers Claret Wine Bottles.
For aale low by CLACIUS k WITTE.
April 21 Smos
CHLORIDE Of LIME.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BE
B. H. KELLERS k CO.; ~
March 29_ ^ Ha 131 MeeUng<treeV
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU
MENTS, HEADSTONES, ?Sic.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at 8. KL ABBE'S Ware
room, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-street, Nev
?ork. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
MARKET, BETWEEN KING ARD
ME ETI H O STREETS,
(8 0 'ff T"M. " 8 I D E.)
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the ''PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers' to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, aa set forth io
its charter, "To furnish members and the public
with th? necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market ratea,- and from the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of tie Constitution and By-Laws can ba
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries legarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an J promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CITY OF CHARLESTON. ; >.
Whereas, there is reason to believe that the fire
which occurred on the morning of the 23d instant
was the work of an incendiary:
Now, know all men by these presents that L Mil?
ton Cogswell, Mayor of the city aforesaid, do offer a
reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLA BS for the dis?
covery and proof to conviction, to any court of com?
petent jurisdiction, ot the party or parties who fired
the building on Meetiog-street lately occupied by
Messrs. Dowie k Moise, which was burnt down,
with another, on the morning above stated.
Witness my hand this twenty-second day of Jone,
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixry
MT.LTON COGSWELL, Mayor.
W. H. fu?a, Clerk Of Council.
OOK AND JOB
THE UNDEBSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TY i'E. MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PAPER, kc, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute an orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY SEDUCED
Having large fonts ot type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to,
at low rates, if left at No. 33 HAYNE-STBEBT.
May M_JAS- W. Mo MILLAR.
CITY TRJBA?UKY, JULY r, 1868?_BO?
TIGE TO HOLDERS OF FIRE LO^N COU?
PONS-The Fite Loan Coupons due t>?. ?.y sad
pmjmm in tba dry of Saw ?ork, will U paid on Mfr
aeaU?o? ot thia Offlee, B. THOMAS,