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invariably io- td rai ce. No raper sent
i BOC oui pa ni?? UM order, or for a long
thai ?Jun V?K? tor. -
TKX ?AH.T * KW- b < nerved to subirrfbers in
tfce-etty M lao?QM per ?tva.
A?TX?Ti8?i^Ts -First ina. riion, 1$ cents s line i
m&?U?B? (alertions 10 ?ats s linn. Bnsinoa?
ITsiaoea, M rento a Une. Marriage and Funeral No
, One B pilar ci^b.
- If S W S a UM MAST.
-?Gold at' Now York, yesterday closed at 43?
f-Tho Kew Tork cotton market waa mora
active and steady. Sales 5200 balea at 28|
-At Liverpool cotton closed quiet. Sales
10,000 balea; uplands ll jd; Orleans lljd.
' -Nearly four thcueand persons ara said to
kare starved io death rn Loudon last year.
-The city council of Petersburg, Ya., (Bad
icaL) has appointed fifteen white and four
-The Episcopal convention of Pennsylvania,
. .Jost held, adopted resolutions against ritual
-^iaitoro to pay-one's hotel bill wa? decided
by ?Now York coan on Thursday to be a pen
itentiary offonca M !..
^-Thirty days ia the timo it now tai ea for
aaWfcllldiUB toarriTe from Yokohama, Japan,
toSL Louia, Alo.
'-The Marquis of Bate has built a hospital
for leperii at Jerusalem, io token of gratitude
far k ? conversion. ?>
-The "Blue Grass" rec ion of Kentucky has
sold the South daring tho past Call and winter,
42,000,000 worth of moles. '
-Over seven hundred passengers left New
York for Europe by the steamers of Saturday
last, the grea'er number going for the summer
-Scientific men say that tho time of the
edinrnaj resolut ?OD of the earth ia gradually be
fcajaJ?M tened, on account of the shrinkage of j
the earth by cooling in the interior. 2
-Kentucky was first set foot upon by D aniel
Bxrho, June 7. 1769, and tho people of the
Sia|a propose celebrating tne centennial by a
grand barbecue md festival at Frankfort.
-Official returns show that during the* hst
twelve months tho number of horses slain in
Paria for toe meat market amounts to 2100.
Five per cent, have been employed in making
. eaaaages. ;
-.Tiio best time over mi Jo on-a velocipede
was'raoonmphehed at the rink at Clo vol a*!,
Ohio, on. Saturday afternoon, by Mr. Ired cn ck
Hawley, of Bochestor, New York, makin? filly
m Mes t? three horns, fourteen rh mutes and
.thirty-nine seconds, actual running time.
^Upwards of five-thousand European'inv j
migrante arrived at New York during last
week. The packet agents say they-expect an
equal number tbis week and every week till
mMs?mnaer. The total from 1st of January |
to date'ia officially* stat o tl at 81,558 ^tho great
majority of them Germans and Irish.
-A telegram from St Louis, dated May 17,
-saya : "The Sooth Pacific Baiiroad Company
received to-day the State Treasurer's checks
fa? ooo hundred thousand dollars on the eon
srrtotion fund of the company, making one
m?iuon do liars the company have applied to the
construction of the road and levees. Ono mil?
lion dollars atti , xemaiu' in the construction
iflOd.^~ ~ . r1, 0.
5 -J?e IrishNational Republican Associa?
tion, Ibjjiith Ita g?n?rai committee, consist?
ing of gentlemen in every State and Territory
ot- tne ?nkm, nave issued a call for a conven
tion, to be head in Chi cago on the fourth bf
Joly next. The executive committee calls
upon irish iepublicane ia every State and
Territory to a?nd ona delegate,1 With 'to al?
ternate, from every Coogreeer?nal District.
^''government offl .er stationed at Bieh
mond^ Val, writes that negro labor ia at a 'dis?
court til that portion of Virginia. The exten?
sive sales af land m small poxtiooa to white
irnm ?grant*, who are cultivating the land them
estreat, Tenders it necessary for colored labor
era t?' gb farther South in order'to seek em?
ployment. O vet three hundred colored people
have gone Bouth by rail from Virginia in the
last month. . ladications are that the number
during the present month will be greatly in
excess, of .last mouth. ........-t... .. ...
^It ia now announced that Mr. John Bussell
Yoong has actually left the New York Tribune
oxnoe, and win shortly sail for Europe As an
afe?at*0T 3 ay Cooke. The office . m anacin g
editor of the Tribune is abolished. '' Mr. Gree?
ley in not only editor of the paper de jun but
de /ado, and in his abeona* Mr. Whitelaw Reid
is ito be obeyed and respected ia accordance
with g?nera! orders issued from the meeting
room of the Tribune stockholders. There baa
also been quite a change among the small fry
?rid Other hangers on of the office, but they are
of no importance to the outside public Mr.
Young, it is said, wfll, upofi bis return from
Europe, press bia law-suit against Dana to
tho very bitter end, as he will be able to
.how actual damages sustained by the Sun
-The New York Legislature has recently
passed an act in relation to tne compounding
?rpbysicisna' proscriptions. By the terms of
the law no apothecary is to permit any person
in his employ to put up a prescription unless
said person is a medical grad?ate, or has
eerved an apprenticeship of two years in a
drug store. Violations of the provisions of the
ant are to be deemed misdemeanors, and pun?
ished by a fine of one hundred dollars, or im?
prisonment for six months in the county j ail.
Ii death ensues, the offence is to be deemed
felony, and punished by a fine of not less than
one thousand dollars nor more than five thou?
sand dollars, and imprisonment in the State
prison for not less than two nor more than four
years, or by both fine and imprisonment, in the
discretion of the court.
T -Speaking of the Alabama claims and our
new Minister to England, a Washington tele?
gram to the No* York Times says : " Mr.
. Motley's sentiments on the Alabama qu?stiou
are known lo be in accordance with the recent
speech of Senator Sumner, and many indica
4 looa have been developed within the last two
or three days which go to show that the Presi?
dent and the Secretary of State very nearly
coir cide with the Massachusetts senator. The
indications at present are that the settlement'
Of this question will not be immediately
attempted, uniese the English Government
ahould refuse to listen to the advice of the
leading London papers and initiate negotia?
tions. A foreign war is one of the last things
which President Grant would desire, bot, at
the same time, the settlement of a question of
the magnitude of the Alabama difficulty on
any other than terms satisfactory and hon?
orable to the United States as a nation, is
imo ot tu?? loni LUIJ^S he would ado
s* DO;ion. A firm, temperate policy ^
pursued, and DO undue haste at a so
ot the question will be used wh le the p
angry tone and feeling io England lasts,
thine is con am, tb at Minister Motley w
the first thing endeavor to brins; abo
understanding on the subject. His first
will be to negotiate the Naturalization 1
the protocol to which was passed on 1
Senate during the first BOSE i on of tho
first Congress. Then, again, he will h
use all bia diplomatic ability toeffeot tt
gotiation of a Consular Tieaty, similar t
treaties the United otates has with almost
other country in Barope ezcopt Great B
and which, for several years past, sh
steadily refused to make. Tho Alabama t
will, it is expected, como up incide
in the discussion of these m 'asures,
question is settled bet?re tho ead of :
will be considered tbat good progress hat
made br ir. Motley."
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 18a
lae Ia talk church Bill.
. On the 31st of this month the
Church disestablishment bill comes u
final action iu the House of Commons.
Gladstone is entire master of the situ?
so far as the popular current is con ce:
His majority, in the Commons is on th
orease, instead of growing small r: a
ah appeal were made to the people he is
be sustained in the most triumphant.
nen In the face ef these facti, it
neithar.be wise nor politic for the Lori
put themselves in direct opposition t<
popular current. If they do, it will BI
them away. They yielded to Cati
emancipation and the ?rn law agita
and they wil? act in a like manner on
Irish Church bill. They may stand ou
the best terms of capitulation, but oa]
i late they will in the end.
At tko same time the Liberal leaders
awakening to the danger that the dises
lishment of the Irish Church may not
isfy. tthe; Irish/.people. The pledge
already .been given by the ministers I
they will, at the proper time, introdm
bill arranging anew the land tenure in 1
land. No more is known of the mannei
whioh thia difficult question is to be di
with than, was known of tho plan to
pursued in regard to the Church Establi
ment, before the reading of the disest
lishing bill. The Cabinet will mature E
.perfect their proposition at their leisure,
that when it does come before Parliam
it sail 1 be aa a carefully considered t
well balanced, whole. In the meanwh
the Irish landowners fea* that somethi
may be done to injure them, while the Ir
peasantry^ confidently hope that they ?
have an opportunity of improving th<
present preoarious condition.
In both measures-the Church bil) a
the Laud bill-it is the evident intention
the government to show the country ti
they will do all that they can to pacify a
content Ireland, so that, aa their organs c
i clare, they may be in a position to check
once any . demand for further ooncessic
whick B?gl>mA.<wni gr-* JMM> Lib?;
party ar,e resolved to give the Irish all t
privilege? they maj; but if any faith is
be reposed in the utterances of their let
in g men, they will meet with a firm frc
any agitation whioh has for its object eitfa
the repeal of the Union or the modi&oati
of tba.territorial relations between En
land and the Emerald Isla It still, ho
?Ter, seems moat likely that nothing aht
of independence will satisfy the Irish
home and abroad, and that whatever t
English Liberals may do will be treat
rather as a confession cit weakness than
a proof of a general desire to do what
jost and rig*t.
The War ti? Pta rag? ray.
The Paraguayan war still "drags its sic
"iength along." Sinoe the battle of Ville
the allies have been bnay in endeavoring
heal the wounds in their own orguuizatio
produce a concert of notion, and pre pa
for an advance. In order to accompli
this, commanders have been-changed i
round; Caxias has been recalled to Braz
and the son-in-law of Pon Pedro II, Com
d'Eu, charged with the supreme cominan
Subordinates have alan been shifted frp
one position to another, and io , this ma:
ner a new face put upon military affaire
Asuncion and in that vicinity. The mea
ing of all this ia a final attack upon Lope
whioh, it is expected, will take place with
the next ten days, if fresh desertions ai
other causes do not delay the allied colum
This time the march will be into the in
rior, and without , the support of gunboat
This will make the contest more equal, s
though the forces of the allies will far on
number those of Lopes. After the d
feat of the Paraguayan army at Vi
leta, Lopez aioa/d inland, and is now fon
fled at a strong point upon the railroad fro
Asuncion to Villa Rica, not far from Asm
oion-so near, indeed,. that his ru id in
parties are sweeping off men, c ii ile an
supplies from within the allied picket lin?
Toe force which Lopez has gathered from th
remnants of his army and recruits amoila
to about five thousand men, with from six
teen to twenty pieces of cannon. Tho allie
force is twenty-six thousand. I) '.lue in
from these the one-third which never cai
be found in an attack, we shall find that thi
remainder.is scarcely a sufficient ioroe t
promise a speedy termination of the war ii
favor of the allies, unless they are so fortu
?ateas to punish Lopez severely in the firs
encounter. If he can check the advanoe
fall back affil check them again, while a
the same, time harrasaing them by raids
forays and flank attacks, the contest maj
be protracted until the allies will be obligee
to retraoe their' steps and be oontent to
hold that portion of Paraguay immediate!)
bordering on the river. While this is the
present oondition of affairs in Paraguay, twe
1 commissioners from Lopez have arrived
in this oeuntry. The precise objeot el
their mission has net b-en made publio.
Wi have good authority for stating that
the differences between the South Carolins
Railroad Company and the City of Augustp,
and Columbia and Augusta Railroad Com
pany, are in train for a very early and
ANT ii\K WISHING TO HAVE A
UOb-B AM> HU UY wall liken tao ol
during the timm r ci hearo. a^ood o .PQ.tmilty
b? applying at Hja-ggj E. ij M iy'?1
WAM'hD, ? WOWAN 'i O . UOtt>.
Wa b a JU Iron lora-am Ul tamly. Inqu ie
at Nu. 120 Wb.i i W^Blii-'ltti E 1* Mj 21
SITUATION W ?N ? f.U. UV A t.?? ll
Mea aud Pastry Cook. A,il/ In ANSLIN
M HE h i, one doot from oppaalte ur. . biz il.
WANTED. A Pl'RCHASiiH F??M A L T
on Coming street, 35 by 1*0 feet and iwo alo
ry building. Price WO. A. D. Lt>iiLE, Acoinmo
dation Wharf._, 1?_M?* 2'
WANTKD, Knit A PLACE .> AS'ibhY
HIV tn, a colored man capable ol managing
I a twen'y-five horse power eugine, Kaw MM, toe.
Ueterwii>ee required. Apply at No. 141 Mi ETING
Si-HSKT. UP >1AIUH._3? Muy 1U
WA MEO, KV KU Y BOOT TO KNoW
tbtt JOH PRIS ri Nil of >11 kinds, plain and
oro .mental, ia ex. cut d promptly in tb? uoateat
atyie aud at tue loffeat Sow York pri ea, a . auc
xwH Job uni e. No. I4J i A - r U\Y. cull und ci
aouue th* s.aleof pnoe* beioro gmug your or jura
AYOI NO biuV IIKHIHK? ? SITUA?
TION aa Naraery do ve rn-M. NO nbjeotion to
le .ving tue city or sta e Unexceptional! o r<for
encesniven an<< required. Addie** A. H., Key Una
No. 33. charleston Poa (office._May lg
WANTED, >CUS^UUJEK> run ILL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW .
PAPERS, at publisher'* rates.
CHARLES C.. RlOHlER,
April 21 _ No. 161 Kiiig-atreet
WANTKD-AG ?'NTS -TO SELL TUBS
AMERICAN KNMD?G MACHINE. Price
$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 2U.0O0 atitrbes p. r
minute. Liberal inducements to Agento", eddresa
. AMERIOAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
I Boston. Masa., or at. Louis, Mo.
WANTKD, FIKST-CLA-S TRAVEL?
LING SALESMEN in every Stale. Hood
wages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment.
Address, with sump, B. F. HOWE, No. C3'J Arch
atree, Philadelphia, Pa. 3moa April 3
WANTED, EV KU Y HOI) Y TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARJf.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Booka contains all of tho latest publications.
April 81 ?_No. Ul KINO-STREET.
WANTED. AOUHT<> KOK THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart. V. >., ol Miaa.
i he work covers Ute whole ground of the breewlug
and raisin/;, and the treatment of horses and mulei,
both in sickness aud huait h. It has wou Ita way to
popular favor, and ia to-day the most popular and
bert selling Horse Rook out. Address O. V. VEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. too* March 19
WANTED- 1 CEVIS-SJJI'O SitUO PKK I
month, everywhere, male and female, to in- ;
troduce tho GENUINE IMPROVED CuMMON
SENSE FAMILY S' WING MACHINE. Ibis mi
chine will st ten. hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cori, bind,
braid and em nuder in aaanst superior manner
? ice only $18. fully wu rem'ed for five years. Wo
will pay $1000 tor any michino that will BOW a
ptronge \ more brautitul, or ri ore elastic seam thau
oura. 1: makes the ??Hastie Lock Mitch " Every
second-tttcb can be cut, and ettlHthec'otb cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. Mepiy agents
from $75- to a200 per m m th and expanses, or u com?
mission (rom which twit?- that amount can be made.
Address, SKCOMB to CO., PITTSBURG, Pa.; ST.
Lum-, MO, or DO- TON. MASS.
CAUllON.-Do not bc imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless caa.-iron machines,
uoder tbs same name or otherwise. Oura is ibo
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
mannticrured. 78 Mav 4
rpo RENT, TH IT PLKftSANTl.T SIT
.1 UATED IWO-AND-A-HALK S OI1Y WOOD?N
HOPS' , with back basement, No. .?..? um -stre -t.
north aide, orre rio > from -raith, containing fly .
upright rooms and two girieia ; largo droaaiug
room, pantry, st re-room ftc , UDe double pi .zz H
large cistern, carnage bouse, -taine, ito. I o au up
proved tent nt, ibe rent will bo liberal, *pply to
J. N. ROB-IN,
Msy 21_von. 1 aud 2 Atlanltc Wbirf.
TO llKVr, Tl IK HOUSE No. IO VERNON
BIRK ET; has nx ro mir, double piazzi. ami
gas throughout. Poa gcod I'-nsnt the tent will he s>20
por m.'nth. Iiiqui.oat No. 30 AMH US T-S I'llt'ET,
one door rr?m >assan-street. 1* May 21
TO KENT, TU VT DESIRABLE AND
hea thy .-UMMER HKNIOEN'OE on the front
beach. Mount Pleasant, a lew momenta' walk from
tbe wharf. ' containing ample accommodations
Terms moderate. Apoly to JOHN s. HORLBECK,
Coal Yarn, Kost Bay, opposite Union Wharves
TO TtEttT; Ttvo' TAI-tv TA-tr A-rr tr K
BOOMS on one floor, with closets and every
necessary roquiaite; also, lurniahed rooms for gen?
tlemen, with buggy house and stable. Apply in
BEAUFAIN-STBEET, opposite Mazyck.
May 17_ mwf3?
rRKNT, THAT ELIUI ULT SITUA .
TED RESIDENCE, No. 43 Charlotte-streel,
opposite the Second Presbyterian Church, ?tot
terms, toe, apply next door aast, or io Dr. J. H,
HONOUR, at the People's National Bank.
FOR BUKT, HOUSE No. 6 COMING
ti f RE ET, casi side, near Reaufuin. Rei. t low
to an approved tenant. Apply io J. L. MO ?ES, Col?
lector and Real Estate Agent, No. 34 Broad-street *
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOV***,
at the northeast corner of Bogard and Coming
ftreeta. Apply to J. D. KENNEDY, No. 124 Cburrh
JYE AL ESTATE AO PO NTS, AND OlHERd
havmg houses to rent, can have their Placards, &r.,
printed at the lowest rates, and in the newest and
neateat atylca of tj pc, at THE NEWS JOB O Fl ICE,
No. 149 East Bay _
riW KENT, THK HALF OF A HOUSE.
X and Kitchen apartment', delightfully eituated
lb the Wes:ern part of thc city, n few doo>a trom
line of City cars. Torms moderate Apply at Til IS
OFFICE. 6 May 14
_ _ ior itaic._
FOR S A L E , A FEW MILCH C?-WS,
with young calves. Inquire at No. 52 81A. E.
STREE f. _1?_M y 21
FOR SALK.-THE UN OK H S ION ED OK
FE It- for sale a ono half inlereat in the office o?
THE AUBINVILLE I ?A NN ER, lo a rash ourchae. r.
The office i- well supplied with printing material; has
ample facilities tor job Printing, aa we I ta the pub?
lication ot a weekly newspaper. Tbs paper bas a
large list ot subscriber.*, aud enjoya an adveriibiug
patrouago BOCO, d lo no other paper in the State.
I erma made known and tu ri her part icu a- a given on
application. W. W. FARROW.
April 26__m waroo
RUCTION PCE KS, BROKERS, ?.ND
others wishing "1 or Sale" llarardBuBineaa Cards,
or other Job Printing ex. culed with neatnefa and
dispatch, will consult their interest by leaviog thc r
orders at THC NEWS JOB OFFICE, No 149 East
STEAM KN tri V ES Koli %A t,K t ll KA P.
it applied lor Immediately
(It One 12 home Portable ENGINE
(lt One 4-t orso Portable Eugine.
II One 5-horsc-power IN'dTNK. iii good condition
CAMIiiiON. RHBKLC I A i O.,
Northeast corner M.'.-tin,,' au i ?nmlierlautl -n ? reo I-,
Jai i H an 1.1 ?
f^ofe ?ALK, Ol.D M-WsP P its iv
anyr.ui uti ?riv 7* conn per hundred,
the eboip-s ivrippio . pino-thi: cati be MS.*d Ap?
ply ai iii o il.- ut .UK :N W Maivh 1
.tib? eui) J???'J.
SI Oi.EN, VHlin ja??w. LEVICTsUOKB,
in CoReiou County, two un e. ironi Waif er bo
on tue Light oi the I Otb Avril Issi, bur ou.v M.< RE.
he Mare is black JUC luther low lor her .'eugih,
but ?ell bunt; her body lona: bo h Mir fem u d
one hind to >: are whee, und branded Oa be -hu -
der S. S Ibe Mare was followed lifieen mile - above
W ilt rboro' in tue direction ol Bari.well A wm e
man was r dmg ber. Mr', -moke could no have
the thief lollowed tor wai t of moaua. and ber 1 .lie
crop mus' be .os' wltbout bein. Any information
relative to ibo Mare will be thankfully rueeivec. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Wolierboro', follet?n Coun?
ty. Muy 2t
STOLEN, A BLOOD -OHREL HO ?SK,
from Mr-. M C. Roach's plantation, tba* mo-ti?
ing (Monday) before dar. He hal two lund lee
white, whue taca, walks quiak. aud parrot toe. A
re.vard ot Thirty Dollars will be ?HM to ibe
hnder li delivered to Rev. A. M ?DD. e ION, at Mid?
way, barnwell . omit . or to JE'RuY Ml 1 ? H Lt . at
Urs. Itoa V? piautatiou. JER -.Y MU ?. HELL.
Midway, May 17. 18C9 4* Mav 18
QHAMUEKLA1N 4i SEABKOOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
\S0 LICITO US IN EQUITY,
Charleston, S. C.
Oflice in the Courthouse.
n. H. CHI M DEEL A?s-, A tty.Genera !.. .E. B. SEABROOK.
Special attention will be paid to thc Prosecution of
Claims held by parties outside of the State. May 4
ZLllUl?l?lHjhh'lLK, No. ll,
R. A.. Al.
TBK REGULAR CONVOCATION Of Z HR
KIIOTA cosprer will be bald 'lau STUNING, at
tu/hi i/o oct, HI Mit min H .ill.
li.? order M lc U. P.
May-il_IC H. JKaKWKETTT1, Eacwfary.
M AK IDA! LODUK, No. a. I. U. O. F.
VriiiE REGULAR WFI-KI.Y MERU O OF intR
J Lodge, will tie held Inn EVKKIR-O, at Kinht
o'olook, at Odd Ken wv Hail, c >ruor Kin ; H d
Li burty Htreot*. Member urn requested io attend.
*y ordOP N. Q. ROB Kit . C. fl AUB.
May Ul f Kooonling secretary.
BT. atC"lCUK'a) MK/'1BVV,
AMUMING WILL UK II KL I? AT THE OAKS
club UOURO, To-Moaanw. tho 23*1 InMant. at
IwoP M. f'HABLKn E. WAI.KKK,
May Ul 3 heiTnii ry.
M. A. A NU I*. A.
rpOE REGULAR MELTING OK I Bl* ASSOCIA
X TlOv wlil ie held Tuts (Fi! *y) I vnNiNfi, May
'il, 1869. at B ?bl o\ |. os.
???.ry twbarl- bcroby ?umm'nivl in olli'iid nu
buamea i rom t-rulug the wellard ol < very member
will o i PO before tb? moulien.
By Oidor o? the P. twillmr. Moy 31
MOVKU'AI.1. F 1 ll ic KtVUInK
AREGULAR MuNlHLV MRETIMO OP THE
( ompany will be hind THIS I VK.NINO, at Mar?
ket dall, at Elvhi o'clock prooisoiy.
Member* aro requested to be punctual.
By order. WM. i?. MM.LVR,
M y ai h?nrela rr.
Satires tn pan h rup! ri).
IN THK DIST HI CT COURT OF Tl IK
UNITED SlATHS, FOB bOUTIl CARGI INA.
MAY Ti KM, I860. - I!t TUB MATTI'R OF
JOHN--UN A DH ND OP BUOmi-LD O UNT?,
BANKIUiP'iT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DI*- UAhOE IN BANKRUPT Y.-t-rdrrrd, That a
hearing be bad on ibo moimtEifni DAT or lesta,
186?, at Federal Courthouse, In . harleston. H. C, ;
?nd that ail creditors, bc of said Bankrupt appear
at md timo and pao'.and show mum, ti ?ny "hey
car, why the prayer of the potii loner R h mild not tm
By exiler of thc Court, the lllthdayof Mar, 18(19.
Clerk of the District Court of i he U. t>. for H. 0.
May 1?_ _ 18
IN THK DISTRICT COURT t?F TUM
UNITED MATES, FOR KOUI'H CAROLINA
MAT il KM, 1889.-IN TH I ; MATTER OF
WM P. linn.KR. OF KDOKPIKLD DOUN I Y.
BANKRUPT-PETITION *OR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANK RUP ICY.-Onlirtd. Thal a
hearing be bad on tho rouffrKKirru OAT OT JUNK, : HIVJ.
at Federal Courthouse iu Charleston, H. C.;
?nd tbat til Creditor*. Ac, of ?aid Bankrupt appear
at skid time and piare, and ?bow cause, tr any tbey
eau, why the prayer of the petitioner .hould nut be
By order of ute Court, the 13th day of May. 18C9.
Clerk of the District Court of tho U. b. tor ri. C.
May 14 13
Pro (toto, Otr.
FUR CH G OTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
IMMFNsE RFDUCHON IN PRICED MADE IN
order to i tte -t a clearance of special lot? ot
doods on band and to arrive
Tlii- ix an opi or.unityv.-iil. il ebouLl not he lost
niallt of !.> roudy money Durrbascrs.
Tbs following are a few quotations rrom some
ch ci ie li dp:
I lt A1>K M ,1 K KTZ nt 25 and 30 rcn.p, bo-t
FINK si ILKS OFBALUORALS at SI 75"
I* i til: K only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 30 ceniR
PA ? ? t>i.8, anice pelcctiOD. trout OD couts up
BUBB I v .> T for t'avlilons, rrom 8:173 np
KIN f. VU KA CU i Oi.S i-T>, trum 90 ce uta
DIAPER LINK*. DOVLiKS, and other
T.iuen pood*. 10 and 15 per cent. cheaper (han any?
.? ?00 DOZEN TO WK LS from 12>i to 00 cents
LiDif.s' \MI MEN'S U N li ISK W K A lt
*t ii odorats prices
4-4 LiiNUCi m us rrom 121. cums up
MEWS FIVK l'A A AMA HA Ps only il 6)
OOM h s ric GO1 ?us, Hosiery, Gloves, well
asssorted and sold at nearly cost pnce.
FUHCHGOTT afc BRON.,
Ko. 437 King-street, corner of calhoun.
An exclusive department for BJ o ts, t-boes. Hats
DRY GOODS! DRY G'JODS !
No. 804 KINO-8THRRT,
Corner of Wentwortu-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE LA
DIBS ami pnblic generally that lie has J CST
OPEN KL) a Urge and well selected STOCK OF DRY
QOODH. wh'cb will be sold at prices which will
defy competition, consisting in part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 30 cents per .yardaworth 4D cents. .
* LEN03 AND MOZAMBIQUE*
At 30 cents worth 60 cents to Finest Quality.
A fall And comnlnte stock of CALICOES, Long
elo'hs. ?bectlmt*. Pillow Uasincs. Irish Linen?, Ta
bin Dsnjaslrs, towellings, Uiapers, Hosiery, Gloves,
Casalmeres, Tweeds, Embroideries, Laces, White
Goods, Lace Sbiwls, ParasoU, Cora.ts, Hoopskirts,
Fans, Notions, tVc.
Terms cash or city acceptance.
No. ?94 KIN G-STKEET,
Corner of Went h worth.
J. R. READ & CO.
No. ?903 KIN G . S T ll jo li T .
HAVE TH18 DAY OPENED AN ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
To which they invite thc attention of tho Ladies.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-1 WIDi-A NEW ARTI?
Black Crape Maretz, 8-1 wide
l hew Iron 'ircnadiue, 8-1 wide
Bhck Hernanni Grenadine, 8 4 wide.
White Crape Maretz, 8-4 wide
White Bange, 8 4 wide.
TOO ETHER WITH,
Hernnnls, Barine*, 'iou Grenadine?, erare Ma?
retz and l'auii-e Clo'.Qs, iu ordinary widths.
J. It. KU AD ?i CU.
ra i- ; CKVIS.
WE IRE TO-DAY OPFERIMG A FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, at 12,'i cents ter y rd.
J. lt. lt KAU Ai CO.
MOSQUITO HO RB I NET,
l.\ V Illili l 1,
MOSQUITO PAVILION G?UZE
Wu :e "oa inj? I .tuen
Pi'inlcd . men Lnwus
New Mus luRanil Organdies
Ni \y IV eales mid Poquea
Ri"inirdponV iiish Li .ens
I men Mn e lug, wide
Pihow case Lin n
New York Mi ls Eougcloth
Wam-utta. Masuuvil e. Longdale, and of; "r fa.
VJ.tte br iuds oi yardwid: Bleached .Shirt
Liidiin -ummer Under Vests
Mei.V Gauze Merino Uuder Vests.
J. It. REID & CO.
LADIES' WHIIE CO TIO S STOCKINGS
Men's Half note, in best Eugliah manufacture.
OJLOVKS, OL VES.
LADIES Ll,LE TH REA 0 GLOVEd
Gent emen's Lisle a bread Olores
Children's Lisle Ihre ? Glonns.
COXFBISINO IN Pill:
NAINSOOK MULLINS, MULLS, JACONE1S,
C?mbrica. Bishop abd Victoria Lawns; Swisses-in
pluto, striped and checks; 8-4 french Muslins, Or
gaLdies, Tarie ans, Ac, Ac.
J. R. READ di CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVEL! IES IN LACE GOODS
and ?mbroidcriea, as usual.
J. R. RE A JD & CO.,
No. ?63 KING-STREET.
April 12 mnf3mos
Il UT I f. AT Kl) t UliRMNfT
BOUGHT BJT ANDREW M. MORELAND.
May 21 . lioad-stiret.
PU .? NA I.E.
<UlQ/"i / lill \ DANK ?F THU STAT? OF
?JpdUel/UU boura CAROLINA BILL%
now i H silo, for FAC.
ANDREW M. MOB ELAND,
May 21 Bro o', Itroav-alxoet
dhf<QQ A BASK OF CHARLESTON BILLS
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
May2t Broker ?road-?treeI.
QTOCKAN'J l .? ll M? H..Out.... AND MKB*
UH AM TS, wLhlitg rieck*, Bianka, Letter Heads, or
job Printing nt ai y description, e u get their older?
lilied prompt!]! and In tho limiest "Lylo, at ol.oap
role?, by applying at rn K NEW.? JOB OKFIOE, No.
143 Fun! nar.
QN LONDON AND OH NEW YORK.
Kold by LEHESNE k WELLS.
May II lino No. 10 Broad-street.
rjTi PURCHASE, UNITED STATES BI 1.1.H OF
all dnnomlnntloim, and NATIONAL BANK
NOTE9 too much inn M I.it ed to li? redeem rd l.y
Government Agents, at lair pricn*, for omh.
A. OAOE A CO., eiiarlcstoo leo House.
j)i9S0luti? if ?aportwMl)ip.
DISSOLUTION_TH K COPAKTNKK
hHIP herotoloro extoling a? F. W. EGO ER?
RING A CO. i? tins day dma dvod by mutual con
aoot F. W. KGIJEUKING.
V. W. HENKKN.
THE UNDERSIGN* D SOLICITS A CONTIN?
UANCE of the patrnnngn nn lihernllv )i?*towed on
the above firm, hercoltcr tn be eoodoeteJ by htm
?elf. All persons Indebted to the firm, ar li.mn?
claim* ?.gainst lt, will preeeut tb? nun. e. to the
undersigned. F. W. EGufc.RKING.
May 1* 3?
HT. PETICItS, COMMISSION * GENT,
. ba* removed hi- office from No. 90 H?sel
street, to No. 4'J M ARKET-Sl It Ht I, north side, be?
tween Meeting and Church streets.
May 19 wfm6*
IC KU ll SUM HOt'sK
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TBI3 PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN?
SURPASSED by'any Boase iu the >cutli tor comlort
and bealtby locality, ia open tu travellers and others
seeking BO KD KOR ? H?. P M .. Elt. lum lies
can b ? accommodated with uiee airy Looms on ita
eonablo term*, A call is aolieitcd.
May ia li.-o WM. A WRIGHT.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
l'HIS NEW ANO COM MO i IOtrs BOCSE. LOCAL
EU corner o. Brood wa.' and r'orry^econd-atreot,
possesses advantage* over ..Ii other uooae.it lor the ac
cuiuni?datiou u Itunucata. it was built expressly
for ? Or-t-d .?s furuily boarding boase-the rooms
boluc large and eu stil e, heated bj ute nu-with n >t
ano cold w ter nudlur. ?shed .?..coinl to itotio; while
the culinary department is in the most experienced
banda, at! rdiug -nets au unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent i.levaiorn ie a.HO am inp
the "maderu Iniproveuicutx" ano ut the service ul
guosts at all hour.-.
Ibo Broadway and University Placn Cars pass the
dour everv lour minutes, nanni; from the elly
Hall to Central Pa k, whllu the Sixth and * eventb
Avenue Unes are but a short block on either side,
?SotdiBgample facilities for i-ornniuuicatiu? with all
tb? depots, steamboat landings, nlacesofarruse
suent and boniness of the grout metropolis.
MOUE ?ft HUI.l.KY, Proprietors.
PUSTE KER, NO. 40 WARREN-STREET, NEAR
COMING, will undertake PL A-TEEING, BE
PAIBI MB, Whitewashing, and Wall Coloring.
May 20 2*
Tiu Plate.'fcheet-Iron, Wire, and
all other ti asm i tir? goods, for
sale by William Shepherd? No. 17
Huyne-street. Charleston, S. C
THE ?ALT WATER BATHING HOUSE, OFF
White Point Garden, ia now opened, and bas
been thoroughly repaired In all its various depart?
ments, The ladies'Swimming Halb lias been en?
larged and rc fitted, lhere are also several private
Ladies' Baths ano Di easing Rojma. The Gentle
men's Departments bas also beon renovated.
The ICE CHEAM and SODA W tl ER DEPART?
MENTS will be kc I in the best style and manner.
Everything will be in regular order under the man?
agement. M. MoMANMON,
MBy 10 inwf Proprietor.
To Hotel and li es tau rant Keep*
ers.-China. Glass and Crockery?
Decanters. Table Tumblers. Beer
Glasses, Bar Tumblers, &c, &c,
&c, at Cost, by McDowell & Son.
HOOP POLES WANTED.
APPLY AT THE FOL T OF Bf K-STBEKT.
May 17 6
iH?fljinfri), Castinfjs, (tic.
PflONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
CAMERON ?Sf CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c"
Not. 4, 6, 8,10 and 12 PRITCHARD-STREE7S,
(BEAR TBE D?Y DOCK,)
C h.a i* lesion, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AN1> BOILER.-*-MARINE,
STATION A li Y AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS A"ND GLARING
IRON FRONTS FOH BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
ol'aa good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can bo had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 nao Smos
Suraiiirr ita 0 is.
YTTniTK SJiPHU::. Si'KlN?s,
GUEEf?BIUER COUNTY, WEir VIRGINIA.
THESE CELBRRA'MiD SPRINGS. SO FAVORA?
BLY know i tor 'heir T.luaMn ALTERMIVc WA
'I Kit , cuanniug summer o imat -, and as ona of tba
mo t fashio a'ilo resorts i i the country, will be
o >on for e .inpany oa Ibu I6!U of al.iy ? d with tbs
extensive ina >:ov nv-n * that bave been made, will
(.0 IT -pired lor iue coaiforUbie accommodation of
riFCEEM HUNDRED TO TWO THOUSAND
The WHITE SULPHUR is now the wenlorn termi?
nas 01 tn: Checa, tuite md (i'i o, n.u'roid and tua
oar' ot t.un ioa<i . n ouu- ..: M >W lb te eg rap ole ia
cditea) ?lTiu* mimina io th . sp\ luga by ist July.
Ne telua mr cx|M)use have or will u<> bpared to se?
cuto he . o m -i.a 'i . eu ??rtaiuaieut in il thi vtrie
ti s > i Miliuna ? itttwiK. .<! me wc;o namb> r of visi?
tors th .1 win rcnor; i-> ibo Hpnu^s the preseuttea
?-One of tho heft L-WN AND BALL-R OM
B SNais win ne m atlenJonoK; an ex ensive L VLUY
ha, boon pro vi J vd; a id t>nliabte arr.ugem -ut?
mado t? fjo luatn every innocent and rotative
ama emc.it appropriate toa
FASHIONABLE WATkEING PLACE.
A numbfrof Kan y and Masquerade Balls will be
Riven during th irasoii
Cbarui s wit bo $>j pi- week, and B90 per month.
Children undue ton years ol age and oolored ssr
vants, halt price. Wbito seivanis, according to ac?
* PHYTON* dc CO.,
r no CR TETO RS.
Whjte Hulphur Springs, West Virginia.
May 21 Imo
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
DEPOSIT OF SAVINGS
OPEN DAILY (rom 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
No. 19 BROAD-STREET.
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
EVENINGS, from 7 to 9 o'clock, in
H A. SEL - STREET,
REAR OF HA?DES'3 STORE.
?S-INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS AT
THE BATE OF SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
GEO. 8. CADIKHON, President.
THOMAS R. WARING, CASHIER.
April 2tf fl B\?2mo3
Drugs, (Cl)cmicul, Oe.
FRESH J) Kl GS.
GRIM AULT dc CO.'S PREPARATIONS I
IODIZED SYRUP OP HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPH03PHITE OF LIME
GUA VANA POWDERS.
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. II. BAER,
May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
FOR THE HAIR.
PHALON/3 CHEMICAL HAIR INYlGORA
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MON TO OMER Y'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNETT COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIERS LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CH ALF AN T'S COCOA CREAM
* For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
May 8 Ko. 131 MEETING-STREET.
MEN-WOMEN-ANO CHILDRE J I
HEN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN I
'Tooling to Scalds and Burne,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds." Ac.
"Healing to ali hores, Ulcers," Ac.
'COSTAiVS' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary HALVE ever known. Iti
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Burn*
Utilises. Hores. Ulcers, Chapped Hands and Mun, roi
Sore Nipples, for Piles, Ac, Ac-is without a paral
lei. One person nays of it: "I would not bo with
out a box in my 'house, if it cost $6, or I bad ti
travel all th way to New York lor iL"
[X. Y. Evening Newt, September S.
ffg- All Druggists tn CHARLESTON sell lt.
' COST AR'S "
Bitter-sweet sind Orange Blossoms
43- One Bottle, $1- Th iee lor $2.
"Cottar's" Kat, Roach, ?Vc. Kit er m i's
"co-tnr'a" Bed Butt Exterminators.
??CoatarV (onlypurei Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Reniertiea known."
"111 Beware 111 of spuriou* imitatiou?."
"All Druggists in OHARLKSfON sell them."
Add res .
..Ct?Sr.\K." \o. 13 Howard-st., N. Y.
Said in CHARLESTON, S. C., by
UOOUUICH, WINEMAN At CO.
Purifies the Blood.
Kor Sale by Drngffists Everywhere.
Jnlv 28? "*c_1?
IXTILLIS Al CH IS ULM.
F?CTOrt?, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. 0.
E. WILLIS.A. H. CH1S0L?
Q?rarmrs nnft ii b?faantaas.
EXTRA NUGA K- Ult RD BE^R
Ofi ts> ll ???.
QA TIERCE* O' THE A BOTS CBTERRATHD
O1/ HAMd, jatiB recelv-d fr. m tLe packers, sad
for asia by J. >. H-'BSOX.
Moe. 1 and i A tlantio ?bair.
On A BALES PRIMS EASTERN HAZ, IX
OuU schooner D i albot on Fraser's Wharf.
300 bale? prime North Hirer Har.
For ul? by JOHN oaMPiEN A CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
A A HHD'?. PRIME TO CHOICE GROCER?
IM boxes Primo to ^boictt Grocery Sugar
96 hhds strictly choice Porto Rico Sugar
75 pu.icheor ? Choice Fono HU? Molasses
60 hhaia Ne? crop clayed Mo sase*
60 hbris No* 0?op uh. Mo: .ass*.
On (be ?hart ?nd m store. Por sui-in lots to fait
purchaser* by W. P. II vi.h A 00 ,
May 8_tuf8 Brow ikOo.'i Waarf.
RUTTER. BACON A NM FLOUR.
Off T?R- CHOICB 1 ?BLE BUTTER
?Ut) 10 hh ls Choice Western thou d n
6 tbds ff. R M iel
60 bbl*. Fami'y Flour
lu? bbis -uper Flour
100 bbls. Extra Flour.
For ssl? by WM. GURNET,
Mar 17 mtuwf*. to, lu? East Bay.
QAA BALES PRIME EASTERN HAT, NOW
O v i U landing from schooner D. Talbot, and for
sale by A. MoCOBB, JB.,
May 20 Kp. 2<7 East Bay.
WEST INDIA FRUIT.
JUST ARRIVED, AN? NOW OFFERED FOB
sale, a choice lot ot PINEAPPLES. BANANAS,
ORANGES, COCOANUTS. etc., etc. This Fruit bas
I fast been received from Cardenas by the Brig 8.?P.
Brown. Bargains may be bad at
t MRS. C. D. KENPIOK'S,
* No. 83, south gide Mark et-s treat.
May 17_Near Mating.
SMOKED TONGUES, &c
TJTXTRA LARGE SMOKED TONGUES, CHOICE
JCi PIG SHOULDERS, BREAKFAST STRIPS
Ginger Snaps, Kentucky Creams, and all variety of
Crackers, received this week
_WM. 8. CORWIN A CO.
HAY ? FLOUR!
"A KA BALES PRIME NGIiTfi BIVEB II AY, BX
TCfJV/ steamer saragossa.
600 bartels Family, Extra, Euper and Fine
Flour, ex schooner E. C. Redman. For sole by
May 10_JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.
I N STORE AND LANDING,
CLABEL ON DRAUGHT Al' $1 60 PBB GALLON
Lnbln's Flavoring extract*, at reduced prices
Hos tetter'a, Drake', Herman's, Curacoa, Tonio and
Monongahela, Bye Bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all grades and at all prices, bottled and on
Champagne Cider,. Pints and Quarts
00-OPER* I IVE GROOEBT STORE,
Southwest corn? r Meeting and Market streets.
Good? delivered free. April 26
JUST RECEIVED AND POR BALE BT
DR. H. BAKU, No.l3t MEETING
EIS0V8 TOBACCO ANUDOTE
Bose's Couith syrup
Seheuk's Pnlmonie Syrup
Scbcnk's Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" wuter
Cherokee IV med aud Cure
C b'onde ot Lime
Spear*' Fruit Preserving Solution
Merman Uioou or 'Kaiser" Pilli, Ac . Ac.
CHLORIDE OF LMUV?
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BX
. Br. H. BAhB.
A Dril 3 No. 131 MoeHna street.
pnilbtng ir?utrri?ls, (Etc.
OA AAA BLACK CYPRESS SHINGLES.
?\J.\)\J\J MAB-IHALL'O WHARF.
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE AND
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND Q UALITY.
AFULL STOCK OF WHITE PINE. FROM % TO
12 Inches thick clear and well seasoned.
The attention of Builders and others is especially
Mahogany. Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks. Ho-e wood and Ma*
h og any Vernen, Newels, Balusters. Ac; also at
Manufacturer's Prices, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, aad all
Und s of Moulding*.
Spruce Spar* and Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths, Ac, constantly on band and for sale in quan?
tities to suit purchaser*, by
I H b^L A CO.,
Successors to late J. N Wood. Agent,
Northwest corner Market-street and East Bay.
Isaac Hara., New York, *
I. H. HALL._j mwfaims April G
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDR?Y & CO.,
No. 2 PR1 TOR A RD-S TREET,
OPPOSITE J. r. TAYLOR A CO.'8 MACHINS
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, H0? HOUSE SASHES,
MOULD! VGS, Ac, mado up at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY..C. A. TROOCHE
March 23 3mo
GEORGE A. CLARK S
O. 1ST. T.
SIX COKO, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, ia recommended for ita
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale ' and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Debtors.
February 27 Smo