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THE UAILY NEWS.
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S MW? SUM JFA JB Tl"
-Gold closed ia New- York on Saturday at
MfuflK. ' '
-Ootton closed steady md lees active. Bales
2500 balee. Middling* 38|o.
-In liverpool on Saturday cotton closed
ea&cr. Uplands lljd.
- .'.m. H. Leppett, a well known druggist of
Wilm.?gtcu, N. C., died on Friday last.
- Jsorge~C.- Good winy ?^?Otodw? patent
m xi cae man of Boston, wu* found dead on
WAI jsday night in Sixth Avenue, New York,
. - Vary large quantities of black walnut lum?
ber aro being shipped from Tennessee to New
Yoi li. The loga arc merely squared and o tho r
. wise - lipped whole.
? -womaa? named Ann McMahon was terri?
bly Jj . ned in Washington ott Friday evening,
b. . ,v explosion of a kerosene caa which abe
h J , laced near the fire. . Ix >
- ihe French line of battle ship Jean Bart,
tti?i as a school 8'jip for the Imperial navy,
wi- o about three hundred naval students on
bt-I, arrived at Annapolis on Thursday laorn
% ...- ' ... y
-Connecticut hos ratified the. Fifteenth
Amendment. The House reached, a vote on
Thursday and passed the amendment by one
hundred and twenty-six tte pu bli can s ro ono
hundred aid' four Democrats, Th?; Renate
had previous'y ratified it by thirteon Baptzbb
CCUB to-six Democrats. ?
. - It is sa;.! that Gooree-W. Smalley, theLon
db? ooetial for tho New York Tribune, who for
WaxiLJ tho "triplo alliance',', dispatch to this
c^ .^y, ii-' otre ot tho ablest and most trust?
worthy corresponden's m Eur Ope, and holds
th) most intimate relations with many leading ,
eta'eamm ? jdprournehr' mon on the-ponti
- V rema. '.;iblo game of'billards' waa played
in 21 aw York city on Tuesday even in sr between
Wallam Goldthwaite, tho well known profes?
sion .1 player, and a young mau named Morris
DA'.. The ?ame waa mr $250, on the same
to. :) sb th? national touraament, 1200 pointa
u osa ; shot barred* and ?aroma counting
th. .j. rna acore at the close stood Goldth?
waito, 1200, Daly 379; Mr. Goldthwaite ran
out on the twenty-third inning, making his
average slightly above fifty-two. I : Thr co of h is
runs were respectively 126, 102 and 219, and
.even others exceeded fifty each. The loser,
notwithstanding his overwhelming defeat,
nude the very respectable average of sixteen, j
-The hotels of Cincinnati are filled with the I
delegates who bi ve repaired thither from the |
States of Ken tacky, Tennessee and South Caro
lina to consult with the business mon of Cin?
cinnati sato the plan of building the proposed
route and termini of the great Southern rail
way, which our Cwc?miti contemporaries say
is universally regarded ho be a fixed faot. These
gentlemen say they have nevar known a public
enterprise to awaken such nun versal and pro
found interest. The gentlemen who have gode
there lo Lari te investigation and comparo no t?s
With the commercial men of Cincinnati are rep- I
resented aa men of wealth and ipoai twa, "ter>
ribry in earnest," and, willing and anxious to I
render a hoar ty oo-operatiori in all matters I
looking io- the ?onsummation ot-t^rraed
result. Governor Soots, of South OarehnavB J,
large, delation from Kuorv?le and the board J
of alderman,, jjboard ol ,trad% anil chamber of ]
commerce cf Charleston, South Carolina, ar
rived Weduesd ay evening. At len o'olock Thurs?
day a pantie mee ting wes herd at Che room ? o f I
the boar? of trade, wh?ie toe'visiting commit
t AW wjjre to_ presejr? their, claim a to the Ctn- I
ciriua? ?its.Council, phambar of commerce,
board <?? tra^e, and busirieas men generally.,
The people are urged by most of the Cinoin-1
natl press to let ne Opportunity paan to further
t he interests ?ftres enterprise.
^tuertyrtigueTamiiy have measured strength
W^ foe Br own family, and been overthrown -
hcaro foot and dragoons. The contest was j
, nominally over the mayoralty of Providence, I
bul in'?ffect it convulsed all Bhodc laJaud.
The preliminary battle was in the nominating j
convention. Mayor Doyle, brother-in-law of
Sprague, was put ap foi renomination by the I
Sprj?guo family. , The con ven tf on, however,
nominaw? a, Brown maa-George L? Clarke
whereupon the Doyle men bolted, and pat I
himj^the field. The Dc moer ats meantime
noattnated Colonel Van SJyek, who waa charg?
ed by Spraguo in bis Senate' speech, it
w?-be remember?!, with bringing up his I
men?t Bull Bun like a flock of sheep'. The J
campaign was now entered upon with vigor
and it seemed h bo a question which of I
thia 'two million dollar families, the Browns or
the Sprague?, wopld bleed the most freely iu
behalf of their respective champions. But
apparently the Sprague men found the odds
too heavy for them, and OD the night before the
ele^rti?ni Doyle withdrew from the canvass,
giving the cari?os reason that he did not wish
to be a party to the "public dobanchment"
going ou in the canvass. The election, resulted
in favor of the ant i-Sprague candidato by a large J
majority, though the Sprague men made a rally I
i n the course of the day, hoping to carry the [
field by a coup-de-mam. The result of this j
opening battle of the war is a regular Bull Bun
disaster for Sprague, bnt perhaps he may rally
and wganizo yet for victory.
-Mr. W. W. Corcoran, a rich retired banker
of"Washington, has executed a deed trans?
ferring to a board of nine trastees the spacious
and beautiful building erected by him several
years ago on the corner of Pennsylvania Ave
nae and Seventeenth-street for an Art Deposi?
tory, together with the ground upon which it
is situated, and all the back rents due on ac
count of its use and occupancy by the govern?
ment, to be held by them in perpetuity as a
free picture gallery for the City of Washington.
The amount due by the government on ac
count of rents will reach nearly $100,000. Mr.
Corcoran gave also his large and splendid col
lection of paintings and works of art, valued at
many thousands of dollars, to be placed in
the buildings above referred to as a na
deus for a still more extensive collec
ti on, which can hardly fail to grow up
under euojb favorable auspices. The gentle
men named as trustees are Messrs. James M.
Carlisle, Dr. J. C. Hall, George W. Biggs, An?
thony Hyde, James C. McGuire, James G.
Barret, Joseph C. Kennedy, and Henry D. j
Cooke, oi New York, and William T. Walters, of
Baltimore. The value of the property trans?
ferred to them as above is estimated tobe
worth at least $1,000,000. In addition to this,
Mr. Corcoran has intimated that it ia hia itu
tioa to still further inoreaso the gift by an
dowment at a future day of $300,000 in mot
to be devoted to purposes comic-.-ted with
present . donation. Mr. August Belmont,
New York, who became apprized of his mut
cent intention, has writton to Mr. Coroor
authorizing the trustees, when they shall h
entered upon their trust, to choose from
celebrated collection twelve pictuies, which
will thereupon convey to them, to be added
the gallery there, as the M Belmont Contri
-The virtues ol' that model Queen, ViCtoi
and the inoffensive mediocrity of her amia
consort have by no means descended to tb
eldest born. The Prince of Wales, indei
might bo taken as the model of the bad yon
man of the period. Doubtless ho is no wo:
than others; but scandal, like death, love
shining mark, and certainly Wales shines
scandal more brilliantly than In anything el
While the Prince is disporting himself witb
much magmflcencs in the Orient, there
certain grave whisperings among the goss
of Warwickshire County at home whioh Ihre
en to become unpleasantly outspoken. Tl
involve the domestic peace of a country gi
tieman, Slr Charles Mordaunt, the honor
his wife and the legitimacy of a newly born
fast. Sir Charles considers that the child 1
no ol tim to his name, and s we ira that if thc
is raw m England he has the evidence whi
will convict the heir tc the throne ot an offei
known to criminal law. If Wales is innoce
he is certainly very unfortunate. Whether
stays at home or goes abroad, aoandal laste
upon him, and gossip claims him as her ot*
His continental trips ol last year fur jished j
numerable tales of waywardness, and now
has no sooner escaped into th o wilds of Egy
than one of his titled subjects presents a ve
bad case against him in England, lt is a p
to think how much Rood "bxinging np' t
been thro wo away on this youngman.
MONDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1869.
The DowohU of il adie allem at Han
The Grant Administration has ' been
power bat ten weeks, yet it has managed
that time to accomplish the destruction
the BO-called Republican .party. Few l
tho South are a ?are of the t remonden
revuleion in feeling throughout the No rt;
caused by the policy ' and appointmeats i
the new President. IQ Washington, a fe
days ?gOy a prominent Radical said to tl
writer : ,l Yon Democrats used to say tfai
"tho circumstance that Grant happened I
"be no politician proved the salvation of ti
"Republican cause ia the canvass. . Hoi
"ever that may be, the same eireumstanc
"haa otttainly brought about the lain ?
?oar party, bow that we are in power.
This is the key-note to the conviction thi
universally prevails at this time arnon
politicises of every stripe at the North. J
would hare been almost impossible for an
mere military- leader, like Grant, utterl
without political training, to haye ran th
vast Federal machine satisfactorily in th
interests of a party, even had he seen fit t
avail himself of .the aid of ? strong part
Cabinet. Bat Grant has coolly rejected a
?ooh aid. Excepting, perhaps, Boutwel
there la not a member of hie O ?bi u et thi
is not an object either of hatred or ooi
tempt to the ruling ?pirita of Radicalise
Nor is the enmity of tho party leaders th
most serious misfortune which the nei
administration has incurred. The ama!
politicians of every State and county af th
North the men w .o bore the heat an
bard?* of the conflict in November, an
who feel conscious that by their money am
exertions the battle, was won, have swarmei
to Washington only to get the oold shoalde:
from the President they have helped ti
make, and to see their own local " slate'
contemptuously thrust aside, and the spoils
of which they had well earned the disposal
given away to personal favoritas, or to thosi
who could claim kinship, more or less re
mote, to th? occupants of the White House
Stung and mortified to the last degree
these men have gone bank to the co muru ni
tleS they control, with curses upon theil
lips and wrath in their hearts. The looa
elections will soon begin to tell the tale o:
their treatment and its result.
Especially in the North-vest is the break?
up of the Republican organization surelj
aad s wiftly progressing. Senator Trumbul
openly Raj?, that the mutton of that party i
fulfilled. The Chioago Tribune,' the giant
of the Radical press in the West, denounce!
Grant in unmeasured terms, and calla foi
the immediate formation of a new party:
asd the ory has been promptly caught ut.
and ro-ecboed in almost every Congressional
District of the Northwest. In Washington,
it is already cot ceded that the Democrat!
will oo nt roi the next House of Representa?
tives, beyond peradventure, besides largely
increasing their strength in the Senate ;
and the shrewd Congressional hangers-on,
the party; rata who have hitherto olung sa
tenaciously to the timbers of fae Radical
craft, are getting ready to leave the sinking
A party which is thus in exlrtmit at the
North seeks with the desperation of despair
to gain a new lease of life at the ?opth.
Conscious that without assistance it cannot
much longer delude the ignorant negro
masses on whose votes it relus for support,
it is striving by moderate professions, fair
promises and the bribes of office, to win
over enough of our people to give a show of
respectability and a hope of permanence to
its Organization. The effort will fail. In
spite of the complete control which the
party has had of the State government,
there is not to-day, in the State of South
Carolina, a corporal's guard of respectable
white mea who would not resent as an in?
sult the imputation of Badioalism. How
hopeless, then, must be every attempt,in the
future, to drum up decent recruits for a
cause, which is already admitted by its
great lights tobe practically defunct!
SPEAKING of tko " Gold for Colton " move?
ment, the New York Times Bays : M The cotton
crop of the present year, if Bold for specie, at
present prices, would realize to the Southern
planters between three and four hundred mil?
lions of dollars in gold ; and though it is
against the interest of England and other cot?
ton-purchasing countries to pay for it in coin,
it is undoubtedly for the interest of the South
to sell for coin as far as possible. There are
obstacles to the success ol the South which we
do not see any prospect of being surmounted;
but we shall be glad to see the planters, factors
?nd shippers make the attempt and achieve
whatever ucees,s is practicable."
The international Boat n?ct,
Young New England ia all agog over the
approachiag trial of muscle and training in
the race that has been arranged to take
place between the representatives of the
ohampion boat clubs of Harvard and Oxfurd
Universities. The contest, we are told,
will test "the pluok and the physical energy
of the most illustrious colleges of the two
continents," and should Brother Jonathan
chance to win, great will be the glorification
thereat Here, at the South, too, we have
oar oraok oarsmen who would doubtless
like to pull in the race We mean the
sinewy negro boat crews of our sea islands.
In the days of slavery, it will be remem?
bered, ? few wealthy planters offered to
matoh a picked orew of these stalwart boat?
men, for a handsome purse, (five thousand
dollars, if we reoolleot aright,) against any
equal number of oarsmen, amateur or pro?
fessional, in the world. The boat clubs te
whom the challenge was sent never accept?
ed it, influenced, doubtless, by that absurd
prejudioe of race and oolor, which is now a
thing of the past. But the blacks of the
sea islands are boatmen still, and we are
sure that a splendid crew-freemen and
brethren all-could be readily mastered to
meet the lithe Oxonians and their Yankee
rivalB. What say you, men of Harvard ?
Will you illustrate the progress of the age
by giving Coffee a ohance alongside of you,
in the ooming struggle on the Thames ?
BLACKWOOD, FOB APRIL,
Contains the conclusion of that capital sto?
ry-Doubles and Quits; articles on John Keble,
Mr. John Lawrence, tho Outgoing and Incom?
ing President, the Reorganization of the Ar?
mies of the Continental Powers, the Tritium
[ rate-Gladstone, Bright and Lowe-as well as
the customary allowance of Cornelius O'Dowd,
and the usual political paper praising Disraeli
and condemning Gladstone.
Tax NORTH BRITISH, FOB il AUCH,
Contains the following articles : The Boyal
Engineers, Russian Literature, Bevolutions in
the Queen's English, Dean Milman, The In?
crease of Lunacy, The Hudson's Bay Company,
What is Man's Chief End, Puhlio Works in
India, add the Reoonstraction of Germany.
These magazines are issued by the Leon?
ard Scott Publishing Company, and sold by
John Bussell, King-street.
THE New York Journal of Commerce endors?
es the new idea in prison refoi m, namely, the
commutation of punishment as a reward for
the exemplary behavior of convicts, and as a
means of discipline in habits of industry and
virtue. Tho commutation laws have been
adopted in twenty ?tatos of the Union, and
th: re is also a United States statute of tho
same purport, bearing upon persons con?
victed upon offences against tae United States
Tax declared purpose or Secretary Boutwoll
to pay the national debt at the rate of $1,000,
000 a week, to begin with the payment of tue
first million this week, produced an immediate
and stimulating effect on tho prie is of the dif?
ferent classes of government bonds in both
foreign aud domestic markets. Meantime, we
notice, gold keeps st?odily rising.
A BBTTJLKD EVGLISII LADY WI8HE8
/V a situa ion as an experienced Cook. No ob
I J ea dons to go lo the country. Apply three door?
from Hseel street, oa EAST BAY, for three days.
May 16_' " ._3*_
?YOI;.VG liAUY DESIRE* A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. Mo objection to
leaving the city or State, Unexceptionable refer?
ences niven and required. Address A. R, Key Box
Wo. 88, Charleston Fog toni oe. ?_May 16
WANTED, MJBScRlBERS FUR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher'* rates..
T CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 31 " No. 161 King-Htrott.
ANT KD-AG KV TS -TU SELL TUB
AMERICAN KNUHN'G MACHINE. Price
$35. Thu simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will km? 20,000 stitches pt r
minute, Liberal i nd noe mania to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston, Maa?., or St LOUIB, MO.
May 4 _78
WA KT KD, FIBS l -CL A-N : TRAVEL?
LING SALESMEN In every State. Hood
wages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment.
Adore*?, with stamp, & F. HOW?, No. 63? Arch
street, .Philadelphia, Pa. 3nios Aprils
WASTED, KV KUY BOD Y TO SUB.
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CB ABLES C. RIG lil EB'S 8el60t Library of New
Books contains all of tue latest publications.
April 31 ?_No. 181 K1NO-STBEET.
WANTBD. AOUNTS KOR THB AMERI?
CAN FA KMKRV HORSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Mewart, V. S., or Miss,
1 he weak covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment ot horses and mules,
both in atokueaa and health. It has won ita way to
popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
bett selling Horse Book out. Address C. F. VEN i',
Publisher, Cincinnati. 0. 6mo* March 19
WANTED-A OlMTS-$75 TOSjttOO PK lt
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY StWING MACHINE. .This ma
chine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and embroider In a most su ceri or mannor.
Pitee only $18. Fully warran'ed for five years. We
will pay $1000 for any machine that will sew a
stronger, more b-autlml. or more ela.-tlc seam than
ours. It makes toe .'Elastic Lock Mitch" Every
second.flitch can be cut. and still the c'oio cannot
be pulled apart without teariug it. We piy agents
from $75 to ?200 per m m th and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twicx that a in omit ran be made.
Address, MCCOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.: BT.
LOnis. MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUTION.- Do not be imposed upon by othor
parties palming off worthier cast-iron machines,
under the same name or otherwise. Our? is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manniuctured. 78 Mav i
TO HEM, TWO FI Bf B LARGE
ROOMS on one floor, with closets and every
necessary requisite; also, tarnished rooms for gen?
tlemen, with baggy house and stable. Apply m
BKAUFAIN-STREET, opposite Maxyck.
May 17_ ruw?*
TO HEM, A C Ol FOR TABLE HOUSK,
at the northeast corner nf Monard and Coming
streets. Apply to J. D. KENNEDY, No. 124 Churrh
J_> E VI. KNT.\TE AGENTS, AND OI HERS
baaing houses to rent, can hove their Placirds. Ac,
printed at tho lowest rates, and iu the newest and
neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF1ICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
mu KE\T, IHK HALF OF A IIOUSK,
JL and Kitchen apartment-*, delightfully situated
in the Western part of ibe City, a few doots trom
line of City cars. Term* moderate. Apply at THIS
OFFICE. 6 May 14
THE WONDERFCL LITTLE JEWEL,
PATENT ? ORV SHELLER.
COUN1Y RIQHI8 FOB SALE ON REASONABLE
terms, or by the dozen lo merchants within the
First and 8ecoud Collection Districts, von<h Caroli?
na. Addresa O. N. AVERILL,
May 13 ? 6 Charleston. 8. C.
CROASDALF/8 GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BO WEB'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
standard Fertilizers. For sale by
No. 103 Fast Bay,
Sole Agent for South Carolina.
April 30 Imo
ST. AXDItttW's LODGE, No. 10. A. V. 31.
THr: HE3CLVH COMMUNICATION OF THU
abovo lodge will be hold THU lvEMHO,ut
Eight o'clock at Masonic Hall.
By order W. 51. E. N. JEAN -BET r.
May 17_' . ere ary.
I. II. (J. F.
PALMEITO ENCAMPMENT, No. 1.
THE R<-GULAR MEETTNO OF TSI i CAMP WILL
be hoU THIS EVENING, at E'gut o'o oak, ut
Odd Fellow's Hall, corner Klug and Liberty stroeia.
By order C. P. RODERT C. ol ABB,
May 17 mhl,15ar>5.19 my3 17Jc7.2ljyi.i8
PALMETTO ST KAM FlttE E N GI."VE
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEEtTNG WILL
take place at the Hall. Anson-treot, at fight
o'clock, TO-HOHBOW Evmrwo. Ihe Committees
of the nififerunt Companies that visited Atlanta, and
the gentleman who scc.impanied tbem, are invited
to be present. By order of tn* President.
ALEXANDER DUNuAN, Secretary.
PALMETTO Pi iVKKit CO-OPtJ. HA?
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
1 Bis Asso T A i ION will bo held at Market
HaLL, THIS Evxsrua, 17th inst at Eight o'clock.
By order. W. H. WELCH,
May 17_ Secretary and I reap ur er.
COMNlTTEE ME ETI* G.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE OOMMIT
TEE haring in haad the arrangements foe a
>ia?a Meeting of Irishmen to welcome Genoral
O'NEIL on his contemplated visit io tills city, is call?
ed for THIS EVEN ESO, at Hibernian Hall, at i iaht
STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
AMEEI INO OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL
be held in Charleston on THUBSDAT, 20th day
ol May, with the view to reorganization. I i&trlct
8ociei iee are earnestly requested tosend delegates,
and all members of the protession m the State are
Invited to attend.
The various railroads and steamboats will pass
delegates for one fare.
JOHN DOUGLASS, M. D.,
Vice-Pr?sident S. c. M?dirai Association.
tS" State pacers insert twice and send bill to
President Association. CAO May ll
Ty It I V A T E INSTRUCTION.?M B S .
WOTTON will form a Class for Oral Instruc?
tion iu HISTORY AND LIT na Al URE generally.
The erstem is calculated to awaken tbs liveliest in?
terest in the pupil. Ina udna concentration, which is
the prime first canse of all success In a student, and
which ia seldom or never attained by the ordinary
coarse of instruction.
For terms applv at Besidecco, corner of ARCH?
DALE AND MAZICK STREETS.
May 17 m thru
fist anti Jan nb.
LOST, UV TH UK SUA Y, THE 13th
ult., between the boath Carolina Railroad De?
pot and Wentworth-streets, in Eng, a plain 60LD
BRACELET, marked on ?he Inside . 'Burroughs."
A suitable reward will be paid for its recovery. Ap?
ply ut THIS OFFICE. ? May 17
T7U?K SALK, UN K-HALE INTKKEKT IN
Jj one or Pace's flrst-clacs CIRCULAR SAW
MILLS, with Buildings, Lot, Ac, located on the |
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, near Tim
monaville, S. C., now in operation, and plentifully
supplied with timber.
A comfortable D WELL IMG AND LOT in the thriv?
ing Town of Florence. The Lot measures 75 fret
front on Irby-itreet by SOO feet on the lin < of
Cbovcs-street;- being centrally located, is ono of Ihe
moat desirable reeidenoes in the said town. For far*
thor par tic u'ara, address Mrs. H. L. s O A EU-', Flor?
ence Hotel, Florence, S. C. m May 10
FOR SALK.-THE UN DK lt SIGN ICU OF?
FERS for tale a one-half interest fi the ofneo of
THE ABBEVILLE BANNER, to a cash parchas.r.
The office i* well supplied with printing material ; bas
ample (adi i tie- for Job Printing, as well is the pub?
lication ol a weekly nowspaper. The paper has a
large list of subscribers, and enjoys an advertising
patronage second lo no other paper in the State.
1 orme made, known and further particulars given on
application. W. W. FARROW.
April 26 mwflmo
I UCTIOSIKKKS, BROKERS, ANO
others wishing "for Sale" Placard?, Business Cards,
or other Job Printing executed with neatness and
dispatch, will consult their interest by leaving their
orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No. 149 East
FOR SALK, A LIGHT DR AU G H T
NEWCRDiR-BUIL ? BOAT, copper fastened;
centro keel; 21 feet 6 Inches lon*, ?nd 6 feet ? leches
beam, with sails, oars, radder, anchor-everything
in ordT. Apply at THIS OFFICE._May 12
STEAM ENGINES VOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
(1) One 12-borse Portabio ENGINE
(1) One 4-borse Portable Engine.
il) One S-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, ll ARE LES A CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-street*.
FOR SALK, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. 'Pries 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrspplne paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the office of THE N K WS. March 1
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
< OF NEW YOBK.
O?lcet Park Bank Building, Nos. 814
and 916 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, Pre-idcnt.
WILLIAM T. PHIPP*, Vice-Pr?sident.
HENRY BLLDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State ol South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
49- SUB-AGENTS wanted throughout tbe State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPH REY j, General
Agent. m December 7
YOU OUGHT TO I .vs CK K IN THE
FOB THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st Because it is a home institution managed and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. Because it ls thc only monied institution ol
the kiud that loans its funds in the state-, from which
they are deriven.
3d. Because it ic purely mum-., all policy holders
share ia its profits or earnings. Ita large uud in?
creasing assets belong exclusively to thc policy
?tb. Because its .ates arel wer than those of most
other companies And tts divid -uds will be lamer.
6th. BrcauK it invests its funds ut rites of in tere-t
averaging ten per cent., w. ile Eastern comp mles'
rates average less than seven per cent. This makes
ihe dividends nf tbe Associ?t ou larger and tho rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollar.-, improved
at six per t ent, for fifty \ ears will amount to $1,842 el
The same amount invested at <cn per cent, will pro?
duce $11 739 09. Difference iu fivo. of thc ten per
i eut inve-tment j9.rtiiT 08.
6th Because you ought to iusur- in a successful in?
stitution, and thu Liio Association of America is ac
knowledged by its enemies a- well as its trien.is to
bo by far t e moat suce isfal life insurance institu?
tion of its a?e In the Uuitt-d Mates
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPART MENT IN
VES1ED IN lHlS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited In thu Itisuraue- Department
of the Mate of Missouri (aceord.ua to hw for Int
protection of policy holders.
H. G. LOPES, Pres'nt ii ashi r People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, Vice-Prrsident (W. G. Whilden At Co.)
E. E. JENE1NS. al. D.. Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. 8TEELE lof North. Steel.- & Wardell.)
C. IRVINE WAI KER (Walker, Evans & CogswcIL)
?V W. AIMAB, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'i Superintendent 8. C. Ballroad.
C. F. l'ANKNIN, Druggist.
JAS.E. SPEAR. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
K.P. CARTEK, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 10 Broad-strcct.
HAM RE K LAIN Si SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, S. C.
Office in the Courthouse,
n. H. CH AMUEBL?IS, Atty-General...E. B. SEABROOK.
Special attention will be paid to the Prosecution ot
Claims held by parties outside of the State. May a
miIK KVkNINU tMELU AI.VMK.VT
WILL BE HELD
THIS E VENING, MA Y 17,
Commencing at Eigbt o'clock.
May 17_ THE COMMITTEE.
GRAND PROHIBAT ADS COM'LUT
TABLEA U X
Will be given at MILITARY HALT, on Wentworth
street, in aid of the Calvary Baptist Church, to com?
This Evening, 17th of 31ay.
The public at large are invited.
Price of Admission: drown persons, Fifteen
Cents; children, Ten Cents.
Doors open at half-pa-1 ?evea o'clock. Perform?
ances commence at Fight o'clock P. M.
J. 8. C. SMALL.
May 17_1? _Secretary.
yELOtlPEDE RINK AND SC HOOL.
A SCHOOL FOB VELOCIPEDE RIDING, SUP?
PLIED with a number of the best Machines, has
been opened in H AYNE-STREET, over the store of
L. CHAP?N k Co. Byciclea will be let out by the
hour, and the art of Biding taught by experienced
For terms, apply as shove, to
GEORGE MEND E N H ALL CHAPIN.
May H 3
EXCELLENT PRIVATE: BOARDING
ls offered at Summerville, which is noted for
its healthfulness: and near to the depot. Apply to
Mrs. C. O. WHITE. m April 13
OS NEW YORK,
For sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS k 00.
Apiti 19 m wi 12
g TOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, cm get their orden
Siled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
no Ea?t Bay.
QN LONDON AND ON NEW TOBE.
Sold by LESESNE k WELLS,
May ll Imo_No. 10 Broad-street.
fj\0 PURCHASE, UNITED STATES BILLS OF
all denominations, and NATIONAL BANK
NOTES too much mutilated to be redeemed by
Government Agents, at fair prices, for cub.
A. GAGE k CO., Charleston Ice House.
TJt'OK BUYERS WILL KIND IT TD
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO OONSULT THIS
The List will be Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
POE SALE AT
FOG ARTI E'>j BOOK DEPOSITORY.
MEMOIRS OF BARON BUNSON, by Frances Bar?
oness Bunsen. 3 vol?mes, $7 00.
MAX MULLER'S ??HIPS FROM A GERMAN
WORKSHOP, 3 volumes, S5.
CO0NTE3-* GUICCIOLfd RECOLLECTIONS OF
LOBD BYBON, S3 60.
BALDWIN'S PRI? HISTOBICNATIONS, SI 75.
CA l TL E PLAGUE, or Contagious Typhus in Horn
ed Cattle, by Bourguignon, SI 25.
ON SEATS AND SAD ULKS, BITS AND BITTING,
Preventative and Cure of Restiveness in Horses, by
Francis Dwyer, ot the Austrian Service, S3.
ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES, or Yea:
Book of Facts tor 1899. S3.
THE WONDERS OF OPTICS, by F. Marlon, BCY
enty Engravings, $1 60.
THUNDhlt AND LIGHTNING, by DcFonvielle,
39 Illustrations, SI 60.
BICKMORE'!* TRAVELS TN TBE EAST INDIAN
ARCHIPELAGO, with Maps and Ulastratious, So.
EMINENT WOMEN OF IHK AGE, w.tb 14 Steel
Portraits, $3 50.
MOLKEN WOMEN AND WHAT IS SAID OF
THEM, from tho Saturday Review, S3.
THE SHAKESPEARE 1BEASUBY OF WISDOM
AND KNOWLEDGE, by Stearne, S2 60.
BAU i LE 1'l's FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS, being
an attenant to trace their source. S3.
1HE RING AND THE BOOK. Robert Browning's
new Poem, complete in 3 volumes, S4
. PALE?l IN E, bYBIA AND AMA MINOB, by Jacob
B. Fr? ese, M. D., S3.
CHINA AND THE CHINESE, by Rev. J. L. Ne?
vins. Maps and Illustraiions, SI 73.
LIFE AMONG THE APACHES, by John C. Cre
ADVFN1URES IN THE APACHE COUNTRY, by
J. Boss Browne. Illus1 rated by the author, S2.
ENCYC1 OP.XDIA OF FEMALE BIOG RAP il Y,
edited by H. G. Adams, S3.
Any of 'he above Books will bo sent by Mail Post?
paid on rectipl ol'price, by addressing
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2C0 King-street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
May 14 DAC fmw?mos
j) l'?ELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and Song, with ninety-nine Urge steel engrav
ins*, imperial 8vo. moroco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENIO. Ill i-trited by Gu? Uve Dor?, fo?
lio, in an elegant binding, $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY DALI, illustrated hy Hennesy,
4 octavo, ?3.
GIIAY'S ELEGY, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf Ihe
oriii'iial manuscript, -no. $0.25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Potins of country life
edited by Robert Luehman, with forty-seven
illustrations. Ko. S10
Ins BIRD, bf Michrlot, Illustrated by two hundred
an 1 ten exquisito engravings by Giacometti. $0.
CHRIST IN SONG, or H>ms ot ID unan ucl, selected
(rom aliases by Philip Schaff, D. D., tfvo, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
COWPER'S IABLE TALK, and other Poems, be.-iuu
mlly illustrated by the must eminent English
Ai tisis, 1 volume, 4to. $3.
> TOUY WITHOUT AN END, irom thc German ol Ca
rove, large Ito, with fifteen beautiful pic
lures, in imitation of water color-", $7 60.
CHUISTMAS CAHOL. by charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Eyuugc, small 4 octavo, S5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, thc choicest nroduotions of the
Sroliish Poets, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, $4.
MARMION, by Waller Sect!, with fifteen photographic
illustration , 18.
LAYS OF THS HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, 8ve, :8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK OF DAYS a miscellany ot popular
antiquities two large volume", rival 8vo, $9.
I Le above are all in elegant bindings.
January 1 lyr
TT O SONNTAG,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. Ill MarUet-su-eet,
Between King apd Archdale.
Gents'Coats, Vests, Pants and Hats DYED, SCOUR?
ED and PRESSED; al"" Blankets and Carpets Clean?
ed and Washed with greatest dispatch.
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either in part or whe'e, Ac. January 9
Srq ?oo?s, (Etc.
DRY GOODS! DBYGOODS
GREAT ATTRACTION !
N O. 894 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THU LA?
DIES ?od public generally that be has JUST
OPENED a luge a nd welt selected STOCK OF DRY
GOOD*, which will be sold at prices whian will
defy competition, consisting In part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 23 cents per yard worth 40 cents.
LENOS AND MOZAMBIQUES
At 30 cents worth 60 cents to Finest Quilty.
A full and comnlete stock of OALICOVR, Long
cloths, Sheetings, Pillow Casings. Irish L?nens, Ta?
ble Damasks, Towellings, Diapers, Hosiery, Olores,
Cassimerea, Tweeds, Embroideries, Laces, White
Goods, Lace Shawls, Parasols, Corsets, Hoopekfrts,
Fans, Notions, Ac.
Terms caah or city acceptance.
No. 894 KINO-STREET,
Corner of Wenthworth.
FUR CH 60 TT ?V BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
IMMENSE REDUCTION IN PBICES MADE IN
order to effect a clearance of special lots ot
Goods on hand and to arrive.
This ia an opportunity wbich should not be lost
stgbt of by ready money purchasers.
The following are a few quotations from some
CRAPE NARETZ at 26 and 90 cents, best
FINE STYLES OF BALMURALS at $1 76
Piq,l K only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 60 cents
PARASOLS, a nice- selection, from 60 cents up
BOBBIN ET for Pavilions, from $3 76 up
KINE FRENCH CORBETS, from 90 cents
DIAPER LINEN. DOYLIES, and other
Linen gooda, 10 and 16 per cent cheaper than any?
SOO DOZEN TOWELS from 12}? to 60 cents
LADIES* AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR
at n od em te prices
4-4 LO NGO LOTH S from viy, cents up
MEN'S FINE PANAMA HATS only $1 6)
DOMESTIC GOSD5, Hosiery, Olotes, well
ass sorted and sold at nearly cost price.
FCRCHGOTT dc URO'S .,
No. 437 King-street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department for Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Trunk?. 3mos _ May 8
J. R. READ & CO.
No. 86 3 KING. STREET.
HAVE THIS DAY OPENED AN ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
To which they invite the attention of the Ladies.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-1 WIDE-A NEW ARTI?
Black Crape Maretz, 8-4 wide , ,
Mack Iron Grenadine, 8-4 wide
Black Hernannl Grenadine, 8-4 wide.
White Crape Maretz. 8-4 wide
White Barege, 8 4 wids.
Herannis, Bareges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma?
retz and TamL-e Olotns, in ordinary widths.
J. R. HEAD dc CO.
19 1-9 CENTS.
WE ARE TO-DAY OFFEB1NG A FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, at 12>4 cents per yard.
J. H. READ dC CO.
MOSQUITO BO BB I NET,
MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE
White Coaling Linen
Printed Linen Lawns ,
New Muslins and Organdies
New Percales and Peques
Richardson's Dish Linens
Linen Sheeting, ' \' wide
Pillow Case Lin?n
New York Mills Longoloth
Wamsutta, Maaonvthe, Lonsdale, and otier fa?
vorite brands ol yard wide Bleached Shirt?
Ladlea Summer Under Vests
Men's Ganse Mermo Under Vesta.
J. R. READ dc CO.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Sosa, in best English manufacture.
LADIES LI-XE THREAD GLOVES
GenEomcn's lisle Ihread Gloves
Children's Lisle Thread Glorcs.
COKPBISIHO IN Fill!
NAINSOOK MUSLINS, MULL*, JACONETS,
Cambrics, Bishop and Vlotoria Lawns; Swisses-in
plain, striped and checks; 8-4 French Muslins, Or?
gandies, Tarletans, &c, &c.
J. R. HEAD df CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS
aud Embroideries, as usual
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. ?63 KING-STREET.
April 12 mwi3mos
COLUMBIA, 3. C.
THE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN
upnouncing that this elcgautly fun ished estab?
lishment Is now open for the accommodation of
guests. The table will always be supplied with every
delicacy of the season-both from the New l'ork and
charlesion markets, and no efforts will be spared to
give perfect Mutiniaction, in every respect, to our
patrons. FREE LUNCD in the retectory every day
from ll until hall-past 12 o'clock.
WM. GORMAN, ) - ,,.
H. H. 13ADENHOP, J Proprietors.
May 6 thm6
ICK E RS O N HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN?
SURPASSED by ouy House in Ihe Month for romtort
un.I healthy locality, is open to travellers and others
seeking BO ? RD FOR 1 HE S'M ?ER. lain lies
cnn b . accommodated with nice airy rooms on lea
t-onable terms, A call is solicited.
May 13 lu.0 WM. A. WRIGHT.
T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOL IOUS DOUSE. LOCAT*
ED corner ot Broad wa \ and Forty-.-eeood-sireet,
possess*, a-ivantagen ov< r all other hou??-* for the ac?
commodation o UH uui-sLS. lt Wa? built expressly
lor a Btsfcehs* family bearding house-the rooms
bel UL? large and en suite, bea tea . S Stenn-?nb bot
ano cold w ter. anditirniahed scjonil to :i >ae; while
the culinary department is In lb? uost expert) need
hands, aff. rdiug ?tuesta au unequaled table.
one of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern improvement!-" and ut the Hervice ol
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and Universiry Place Car? pass the
door everv four minut?e, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth an.i ? eventb
Avenue 'ine? are but a short block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
the depots, steamboat landings, daces of as use
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MURU: dc HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 6mos
Cfjina, ?lusstuarf, (Etc.
AT COST ! AT COST ! AT COST !
China, Glass and Crockery at Cost.
ON ACCOUNT OF A CHANGE OF BU.-INESS,
we will sell off our fine stock of CHINA
GLASSWARE, Creckery, Fancy Goods, Japsnned
Ware and Lamps. &c ?c., AT COST at retail.
A rare opportunity is now offered to supply vacan?
cies in house and kitchen.
MCDOWELL & SON,
Corner of King and Liberty-streets.
The Store TO RENT. 6 May ll
?rorcrifs nni ^Rtsfclloneios.
BUTTER. BACON AND FLOUR.
ftr TUB* CHOICE 7* BL? BUTTER
?59 IO bhde. Choice We?tera Shoulders
6 bhds fl. B "ides
60 bhls. Family Flour
IOU bbls. soper Flour
100 bbls. Extra Flour. _"""
For sale by WM. GURNET,
MST 17 i>o. 10? Best Bay.
~~~ WEST INDIA FBUIT.
JUST A RP rv ED, AND BOW OFFERED FOB
sale, a choice lot of PINEAPPLES BANANAS,
ORANGES, COCOANUT-*, etc., etc This Fruit has
jost been received from Cardenas hy the Brig 8. .P.
Brown. Bargains may be bad at
MBS. C. D. KENPICK'S,
No. 83, south side Market-street,
Ma7 17_Near Meeting.
SALT! ?SALT ! SALT!
A AAA SACES LIVERPOOL BALT, IN GOOD
4cU V V order, now lauding per ex bark Helen
Sands. For tale low, from th ?barf, by
May 17 mwf3 KNOBELOCH A 8MALL.
tfW \ BARRELS HEAVY RUMP POSE.
Ay y For sale by HENRY CORIA A 00.
May 15_ 3
BACON. SALT,* ?fee.
Ci er BHDS. IC HOI OE WESTERN C. E.
2500 Sacks LlVESPi OL SALT.
. New Orleans, Por'o Rico, Muscovado and Planta?
tion MOL AS8E9.
Fer aale by HENRY COBIA A 00.
May 15_ 3
CUBA MOLASSES ! CUBA
MOL ASS KM .
-| A /VHHDS. 1 OHOICE NEW CR?F CUBA
1U17 30 tierces J CLAYED MOLASSES
15 bola. New Orleans Molasses, just landed from
schooner Leland. For sale by
J. A. ENsLOW k CO.,
May 15 _No. lil East Bay.
OK AA BUSHELS CHOICE WHITE CORK,
?0UV/ P?r Brig Henry Perkins, from New Or?
leans. For sale low by
May 15 3_ J. N. TIDEM ANN A 00.
SMOKED TONGUES, &c
EXTRA LA RGB SMOKED TONGUES, CHOICE
PIG SHOULDERS. BREAKFAST STRIPS
Ginger Snape, Kentucky Creams, ?ad all variety el
Crackers, received thia week.
_WM. 3. CORWIN A 00.
? fTf\ BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, BX
*&0\J steamer saragossa.
600 bar els Family, Extra, Euper and Fine
Flour, ex schooner E. C. Redman. For sale by
May 10_JOHN CAMP8EN k CO.
IN STORK AMD LAN WNO. '
CLARET, ON DRAUGHT. AT tl 80FEB GALLON
Lubia'a Fla vc .Tina extracts,-, at reduced prioe*
Hostetter's, Drake'?, Herman's, Curacoa, Tamo and
Monongahela, Rye Bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all gradea ?nd at all prices, bottled and on
Champagne Cider, Pint? and Quarts
Lemon Syrup. 1 .'. ' h"
. 3 CO>OPEBATIVE:OROCIERY BTOB8,
Southwest coraxr Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. _ April 36
KYERSON & BATES, ;
Champagne Ale Brewery,
HAUL It 31, N. Y,
_ , r<
THIS CELEBBATED ALE IS BREWED FRE3H
all throagh the year and 1B guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on that
account ii ot all Alea the beat adapted to the South,
KNOX, DALY, A CO., Agents,
February 15 3moa_Charleston, H. 0.
JUST KECK1VED AND FOR SALE BT
DR. fl. BAKU, NO. 131 MKKT1ING
BISON'S TOBACCO ANUDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup -J
s'chenk's Pulmonlc Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remedy ?nd Cure
Chloride of Lime
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill.?, Ac,. Ac
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
Dr. H. BAEB,
April 3 Na 131 Meeting-street.
HOOP POLES WANTED.
APPLY AT THE FOOT OF B?E-STREET.
May 17 _,_ 6
QUAKER CITY FINE SHIRTS,
BEADY MADE AND TO ORDER,
ft-ay ll_ No. 219 KING-STyET.
THE SALT WATER BATHING HOUSE, OFF
. White Point Garden, la now opened, and hu
been thoroughly repaired in all ita various depart?
ments. The Ladies'Sn haming Bath baa been en?
larged and refitted, lhere are also several private
Ladles' Baths an t Di easton Bosau. The Gentle?
men'? Departments has also been renovated.
Tba ICE CREAM aad 80DA WAJEB DEPART?
MENTS will be kept m the beat style and manner.
Everything will be ia regular order under the man?
agement. M. McMANMON,
>?' A CABDJ
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
bis friends and the pu >Hc that he can be found
athis OLD s l'* VD, Basel-street ooposlte Postof?
fice, where he keeps FINE C iR RI AG ES, open and
cl so, and BUGGIER FOR HI IE. Thankful for
past favors, he hopes that, by strict attention to bu?
siness, to merit a oontiauanc? of the aime.
May 0 jbjaj_BIO HARD Mc BUNNY.
FOR 84 LE.
OAAA NTW AND HANDSOME STRONG
?UUU BOUND IBON HOOP FLOUB BAB
KKLS, tor Vegeiables. Ac, bv
May 13 thai_J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
Brazier's and lie nt hi ns Copper
of all sizes, for sale by William
Shepherd, No 17 Hay ne-street,
Charleston, S. C.
XO THE LADIES.
. - >
V?rE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
VV mmy vrars' exper cnoe.in the manufacture
of ORNAMENTAL II - lit WO"K enable us to offer
to our customers tho S nest assorrmeit of every ar?
ticle required in oar line, troin tho small FRIZZES
lo the full WI?, irabra-ln:: ?.raidsor;witches, Coils,
Waterfalls, Cush ons, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
TORTOI E-SHELL DRESSING. TUCK, SIDE AJTD
FANCY C?MB?, and COMB"! of every other class.
To the Gentlemen. "
WECXN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHI8
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, Ac
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FR KN CH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY, sOAPa, POMADK-S HAIR OILS. HAIR RE?
STORATIVES COSMtTIC?. ?c., from the moat re?
spectable houses in each cou -try.
Oar GEHAN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, lortoishell, Buffal'> and other Dressing
Combs, we chaUenge rivalry.
Particular attention ia paid lo the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BBEaST i IN?, EAU BINGS,
FINGER RINGS, CHARMS, ftc. .
All orders by mail will be so oiled that the reputa?
tion of the house for Lio past thirty-five years shall
not suffer in our hands. Always on hand a One as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
M. ?C A. ASHTON,
No. 340 XING-STREET.
Januarys tal m CHARLESTON, S, C.
rr\0 BU MN tis 8 J l E N . ^
THE SD MT EU NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT ?UMTER, 8. C.,
IH ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; bas a largo eire mst ion, and affords su?
perior ad van tagoe as an advertising m ?diam. Terms
low. Adores DARB * OiTEEN,
February 33 Proprietort.