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BM W8 a tr X MAXY.
-Gold at New York dosed heavy, yesterday,
-The New York cotton market, yesterday,
?sta heavy. Sales 2000 balea at 28Ja28| cents.
-At Liverpool the cotton market dosed
dull. Balee 8000bales.-Uplands lljall^d.
<-r&w thousand two ? hu odred barrels of
green peas were snipped North from Norfolk,
Fa., last Saturday.
-Chicago claims to hold the moat valuable
horse in America, "Bashaw, Jr., ' for which
$35,000 has lately Woo refused.
-A girl eighteen years af age, living in J3eer
hng?rilie, Pa., wis burned to death last week
by the explomon of a kerosene oil cao.
- -lt has been raining continuously on the
. Paci?o coast for several days, and it ia thought
the crops have been considerably damaged.
-^-a $100,000 diamond has been found at the
Capeo* Good Hope. The native who picked
1 tup sold it for five hundred sheep, ten oxen
and a horse.
-Efforts are making in England to amalea
Bato the two branches*of the legal profession,
hy aborrahing the distinction between attorneys
and box ria tera.
-Captain R. H. Fletcher, a prominent citi?
zen of Dawson, Georgia, and universally es
teemed, was shot and instantly killed a few
days sines. John Lee has confessed the deed,
and is now in jail to answer. .
_Those Englishmen who oppose the propo?
sion'to legalize marriage with a deceased
wife's sister, urge that such a b'oense would
result in efl oat horrible Jealousy, and that
wives would never allow their sisters to visit
them when th^ir husbands were at home? '
' T-The go ver a ment printing office is shoot to
throw- ?pen sn afflicted country two hundred
au4 fifty thousand sow volumes, of which
nearly one-half are Congressional Globes. It
is a desperate attempt to give immortality
to speeches which were never made, and,
alas 1 even with this temptation, will never
-The Sing of Prussia aims to sustain the
parental relation toward his army. Recently
at an early review on the banks of the Shine
ha sainted each passing regiment with a loud
"Good morning, my children." The soldiers
replied with equal heartiness, "Good mom in g,
rathrr," which seemed to please the oldman
i Telegraph, of the Wd irAant,
say?: "A distinct bot short and sudden shook
Of an eartfcquakfr wae felt in this city last eve
' III * * III lill -"~i Ml 1
ter felt it whilst at the. supper.table, and
thought it was tho jar of a cannon that had
been fired; but, on inquiry, was Informed that
it was the shook of au earthquake, and that it
had been felt in ail porfreni of the city."
j ^l^QhmsBe h>>e contracted the habit of
co naring their umbrellas, rooms and houses,
everything in short, with old European stamps,
which they buy by thousands and millions.
Tue' Rhenish Mission, which has a station in
China, collecta tieso stamps and sells them at
three shillings the thoosand. From the money
-so acquired the mission educates such chil?
dren sra. have oten either exposed or sold as
slaves by their unnatural Chinese parents.
-It is stated that the cauterization by bot
tallow is an immediate-cure for ingrowing
.IiallS, Pot a email piece of tallow in a spoon,
and heat it over a lamp until it becomes very
hot, and drop two or three drops between the
nail and granulation. The effect is almos t ma
' gical. Pain and tenderness are at once reliev?
ed, and in * few days the granulation will all
Sleaving the diseased paris dry, so as to ad?
el borne pared a way without any inconve
n?oss?. ' The op?ration casses little if any pain
if the tallow ia properly heated.
-The French have solved the problem of
prov!dmy iravdlers by railroad -with g xxl dm
nert to bo eaten at Irisare. At certain points
esS-Mfce'Tjue,' an officer of the road passes
tixfo^gh tho cars and? takes the number of
those who desire dinners. . This is telegraphed
toa aiaBoh where the meal is to bo cooled.
On sith lag ai that elation a box ls placed in
tte hands of tho diner, a moderate price is
pall, and tho dinner is eaten while the caris
in motion, after which the box is returned.
The dinner consists of four courses, including
soap, and is hot and excellent, a small bo Ule
sf wins accompanying it. This plan is simple
and worthy of being tried in this country, where
the lines are longer, and the number of dia?
llers'much; larger in proportion to the whole
number of traveilers. It would be a great im .
provement on the present system of stopping
brains "five minutes for refreshment,'' consist
lng of a piping bot cup of poor coffee, and a
quarter of heavy, indigestible pie, or a decep?
tively hore square of sponge cake.
' --Oil Friday last an engine of the Camdon
?ad Burling ton County (Nsw Jersey) Bauroad
exploded its boil, r while passing near Mount
Haily. The engine was raised from the traok
and thrown violently into the air, and descond
ed npon the track with tremendous force,
breaking tics, bending rails, and scattering
pieces cf machinery in every direotion. Again
apringing into the air, it made several revolu?
tions, and finally lodged m thc Rance eas Creek,
a distance of one hundred feet from where the
explosion occmred. The cars wero thrown
together in one contused mass. The et ginecr,
Job Gofakil, and the fireman, Charles L. Platt!
were fatally injured, and have since died!
The esnduclor, John Baylor, is very seriously
hurt, but hopes are entertained ot his recove?
ry. Mr. Styler was thrown under some cars
.and rubbish, and was only extricated with
great difficulty ; be was seriously scalded, sod
his face and head were cut severely. The gig.
top brakeman, Edward Joyoe, was blown with
the gig into an adjoining field, but escaped
with a broken arro. There were five others on
different parts of the train, who escaped with
slight bruises. The explosion was caused by
too great a pressure of steam, it being neces?
sary for heavy trains to put on a full head
in consequence of the steep grade at this
-The latest attempt of a ooo viet to escape
from prison occured at the Jollet penitentiary
last Tuesday morning. On the evening
previous a colored convict had died, and his
Jody was placed in a rongh coffin for burial,
pn Tuesday morning, when the remains were
jtttU to be conveyed to the burying-ground,
which is a short distance from the premises,
onetjf the officers perceived a slight movement
of thc coffin lid, which had not yet been
I screwed down. The lid being raised, lo and
behold, instead of a dead black man, a live
white convict was found lying in the coffin.
He was bustled oat summarily and required 13
give an explanation. It appears that early in
the morning, while the other convicts were at
breakfast, he smuggled himself into the room
where the coffin was, removed the corpso of
the colored mon, deposited it in au empty
barrel, and got into the coffin himself, expect?
ing that be would be carried outside the walls,
and before reaching the burying-ground jnmp
out and escape. Being almost smothered, he
raised the lid slightly to get a breath ol air,
and waa thus discovered in time to spoil his
"little game." If he had remained quiet a
minute or two longer, the lid would have been
screwed down, and he would probably have
been tm other ed to death.
WEDNESDAY MOBS INO, MAY 26, 1869.
The Sooth Carolina Central Railroad.
It will be seen hy the proceedings which
we publish this morning, that the corpora?
tors of this important company have or?
ganized by electing the Hon. E. E. Dickson,
of Manning, chairman; Dr. H. G. Fox, of
Oro, Treasurer, and Mr. H. D. Corbett,
Secretary. The Executive Committee, con?
sisting of Dr. Fox, Mr. E. C. Green, and
Mr. J. H. Feriter, hr.ve appointed commis?
sioners to open booka in New York and in
this State, and other arrangements have
been made to give the enterprise a fair and
We have already urged our bueineas men
to take hold of this important railroad, which
mil pour into the lap of Charleston the
Urge and increasing trade of a section
of country which now does its busi?
ness with Wilmington and the North.
With a road from Sumter to Gourdin's, we
must receive and handle the whole produoe
of Sumter and Clarendon Counties, whose
prosperity, also, will be rapidly developed
by .a cheap railroad communication with a
good market and the seaboard. We hope
that the company will receive substantial
help in Charleston.
i pm) li
Knells* Flack. .?
That America can "whip creation,'1 has
passed into a Yankee axiom; and the belief
that John Bull has a wholesome dread of
an encounter, under any circumstances,
with Brother Jonathan, has taken a singu?
larly strong hold on the popular mind at
the North. We are glad to see, however,
that one leading American journal has had
the manliness and good sense to publicly
recognize the folly and absurdity of the
cry that " England won't fight.' ' The New
York Times taje :
?.Nothing could be a greater mistake than
such a sentiment about England. She is,
indeed, the great trading nation of the
world, and the one that has moat to lose by
war. She haa the caution of an old vete?
ran who knows what hard blows mean. ?
But pluck is a tradition with every English?
man personally, and a national quality.
Much as Eogland loves money and 00m
meies anu peace, sue wuulJ see every ira?"
diDg packet burned, her manufactures swept
into the sea, and her rich fields made as
Georgia was behind Sherman, rather than
submit te a national indignity or give up
what she considers her just right. There
ia no doubt of this to any one who knows
the English people.
"She has the same old fire which has
blazed out on so many battle-fields, and
which burned so recently in the veins of
her offspring-who sacrificed the lives 'and
wealth of a whole generation rather than
suffer a wrong to triumph and the nation
be overthrown. Not a gb oat of a party
would be found on the side of peace in
Great Britain if the nation onoe believed
itself insulted and about to be forced lo
.."The Liberals and peace men would then
be on the Bide of wari The ?dangerous
classes' would vanish, as did oar New York
rowdies during our struggle; the Fenians
would be of no more acoount than are our i
disaffected Indians now; debt and expense 1
would be forgotten, and the stored wealth
and capital of centuries would be poured
out for the work of destruction. Nor would ,
the old mother land be a contemptible an- !
tagonisL Thirty millions of compact peo?
ple burning for war form an enormous 1
power. The British navy is a tremendous ,
implement; and the experiment of landing 1
troops on the coast of Ireland, with a fleet
of a thousand hostile vessels watching the j
ocean, we can imagine would be somewhat
hazardous. Modern warfare is a contest of
purses, and in such a struggle the little 1
island would stand equal, at least, with any '
Senator Cain and Ute lt nd ic al Poli?
"Daddy Cain," the colored senator from .
Charleston, tells the colored people, in the 1
last number of the Missionary Record, that
they must change their policy and elect
honest men to oflioe. He says:
"Colored men must plac3 their eyes on every 1
office now filled by mea who have leaped into ?
them by the meaus of fraud and corrodion. :
Remember tu at nono of them have benedtted ,
your race ono sou mirtee, and yet you have
foisted them into offica, and are now walking
about the streets, penuiless, homoless, and
without a prospect of ever attaining anything.
Each man you have elevated to office receives
his thousands of dollars yearly, yet not one '
dollar of that means is placed within your
reach. What enterprise have they engaged in
which will give one colored man a dollar?
Not one of those men has done anything with
bis means to augment the wealth of the ?State
or encourage any enterprise which would give
employment to a man in this State. Colored 1
men must change their policy and encourage
such men in public affairs as will give the State
something in return for the honor conferred
upon them. Change your policy, and make
honor contingent with the Stale's proeperi
ty. He whom the State honors, should
honor the State and bis constituents by
a return to her and them or such measures
as will guarantee material prosp?rity. We
would favor sending to the Legislature
honest mechanics and farmers, whose
minds are not biased by political chioanery;
at any rate, let us have honest men who are
identified with the country's prosperity and
the paople'a intorest."
TRANSPORTATION IV ANTED.
Captains ot small Vo-sels can find employ?
ment bj ap lyme at the foot of Bee-street, to JOHN
Mc CHAD Y._;_May 26
ClOOK ANO WASHE K. W A N 'i' KO,
j White preferred. Apply at No. Ol litETING
WANTEO, A SITUATION A? ENGI
NEER, SAWYEK or to run a PLANING MA?
CHINE, by aa experienced man. Address "ENGI
NEEB," Uirojgh PostoWce._5? May 26
TT T ANTED, A WOK AK WITHOUT IN.
VV CUMBKANCE. to Wash and make herself
generally useful about the house. Apply at No. 89
WENTWOmH-S i BEET._3_May 26
WANTED, RY A KESPEC f.'AHLE
White Girl, a SITUATION to mind a child
a id do light housework. Good recommendations
can be given if required. Inquire at No. 79 WKNT
WANTED. A SITUATION BY A RE?
SPECTABLE White Girl to cook and wash
for a email family. Good recommendations can be
even ii required. Apply -at No. 79 WENT
WANTED, TURPENTINE HANDS'.
About twenty Turpentine han is to go n?ar
George'own. f. C. Also, six men accustomed to the
use of handsaws. Apply to H. A. DUC, corner of
King and gyring streets._2*_Msy 8??
WAN i ED, A WOMAN TO CO?'K,
Wash and do general Housework. Apply in
THOM iS-sl BEET, one door from Radcliffe.
WANTED, BY A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in some Cctton Mill >outh or South?
west; ls acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all. but should sdect \VE\VI.\G as a
choice, i arti?9 wishing to engage such a person
?ill please address a note, stating terms, to JJHN J.
KELLY, No. 119 .-tate-strect, Boston May 24
WAA 1 EU, EVE KY BODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neates:
style and at the lowest New York prints, ac I HE
Mtw3 Job Om c. No. 1*9 EAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your oriers
AYOI'NG LADY DESIRES A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. No objection to
leaving the city or Sta e. Unexceptionable refer?
ences uiven and required. Address A. B , Key Box
No. 33, Charleston Postofflce. . _May 15
WANTED, SUBS?:KIBE lt S KOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZIN ESaAND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. BIGHT EB,
April 21 No. 161 King-street.
ANTED-AGENTS - TO SELL TfIB
AMERICAN KMT 11 TNG MACHINE. Price
$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Wilt knit 20,000 stitches pir
minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMEBIOAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston. Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
WA NT KD, FIRST-CLASS TR AVE L
J LING SALESMEN in every State. Rood
? ages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment,
address, with stamp, B. F. HOWE, No. 639 Arch
stree1, Philadelphia, Pa. Snios april 3
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB.
SCBIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY -
CHARLES C. RIG HT ER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April ai_No. WI KINO-STBEET.
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FA RUSHS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Stewart, V. K, of Miss.
'Ihe work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of hordes and mules,
bo'.h in sic ira ess and health. It has won its wav to
popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
best selling Horse Book out. Address 0. F. YEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati. O. 6mo? March 19
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SWING MACHINE. This nu
cline will st ten, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and embroider In a most sucerlor manner
P. ice only SIS. Pally warranted for five years. We
will pay $1000 for any machine that will sew a
stronger, more b-autiml, or nore elastic seam than
ours. It maka* the ' Plastic Lock Stitch " Every
second-bitch cai! be cut, and slill the c'oth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agoots
from $75 to 3200 per m m th and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, Pi. ; ST.
Lon-, MO, or BOSTON. MASS.
C AU J ION.- Do not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cas.-lron machines,
under the same nama or otherwise. Ours Is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 May 4
mO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFULLY
street. Dwelling contains six square a ud two's arre t
rooms, pantry, Ac; kitchen and range, servant?'
apartments, carriage house, stable, cistern, Ac, on
premises. Terms moderate. Apply to
J. FBAS?R MAIHEWE?,
Hay 26 wfmS No. 66 Broad-street.
rRE.NT IN NEW YORK, FOR THE
Bummer, an elegant four-story DWELLING,
In Lexington Avenue, fitted up with all mode n im?
provements and tarnished throughout in thc highest
style, ror particulars, apply at No. 17 HAYNE
bTBEET. WM. SHEPHERD.
May 8 sw6
O RENT. TWO F1#K LAKQB
BOOMS on ono floor, with closets and every
necessary requisite; also, furnished rooms for gen?
tlemen, with buggy bouso and stable. Apply in
BEAUFAIN-STREET, opposite Mazy ck.
May 24 mwf3*
O REST. THE HALF OF A HOUSE
AND KI TOBEN BOOM, delightfully situated
on Meeting-street, above Reid, loa respectable
family rent moderate. Apply at THIS O'-TIi; .
Usy ii srow3
TO HEAT, A SMALL HOUSE IN QUEEN
STREET, near Rutledge, with four squire
rooms, two dres-ln/j roams and pantry. Apply to
D LOPEZ k SONS. -_May 20
TO RENT. %TIvr PLEASANTLY SIT?
UATED TWO-AND-A-HALF S . ORY WOODEN
HODS*, with back basement, No. 2S Bull-street,
north side, f ne do ? from r-mith, containing five
upright rooms and two garters ; large dressing
room, pantry, store-room. kc, fine doub'c piazz >R.
large cistern, carriage house, stable, kc 'io au ap?
proved teuent, the rent will be liberal. Apply to
J. N. HOBSON,
May 21_Noa. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
TO RENT, THAT ELIGIBLY SITUA .
TED RESIDENCE, No. 4b Charlotte-strcol,
apposite the Second Presbyterian Ccorcb. For
terms, kc, apply next door east, or to Dr. J. H.
HONOUR, at the People's National Bank.
TO RENT, A Ci IMPORTA BLE HOUSE,
at tho northeast corner of Bokard and Coming
Ktreets. Apply to J. D. KENNEDY, No. 124 Church
J_?EAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
saving houses to reLt, can have their Placirdi, kc,
printed at the lowest rates, and in the newest and
neatest styles of tjpe, at THE NEWS JOB 0Ff ICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
APIANO KOR SALK OR TO LET, AT
No. 404 KINO-STBEET. t* May 26
FUR ?AL"', A NEW HAT 1 KAI , TWEN?
TY ieet in length, 3 feet 1 incbos across the
keel, and 4 fee' 7 inches across the gunwale Apply
it No. 15 GADSDhN STREET, near Montague.
FOR SALK.-THE UN UK lt S I ON KO UK
FER* for sale a one-half interest in the office of
lUE ABBEVILLE BANNER, to a cash purchas
Ibo office is wen supplied with printing material; has
ample faciJKie- for Job Printing, as weil -in thc pub?
lication ot a weekly newspaper. The paper hat a
large list of subscribers, oud enjoys au advertising
patrouage seco d 10 no other paper in the State.
1er ms made known and further particu'ars given on
?pplioailon. W. W. FARROW.
April 20 in * fl mo
FOR SAL?:, INI THE VILLAGE OF
Adams' Run. a hand-orne *> wo-and-a-half stor? J
hE-IDK.s" E, on brick foundation, modern *tjle,
finely finisned, wttu double piazza; well known ss
the Taveau Bouse. On the premises a 0 all neces?
sary ou:build M in sood order; and a well ol excel?
lent water. Ono arro Lot. Location central and
For terms and further information apply to
J. P. M JO DI K.
Real Estate Agent,
Corner Calhoun-street and Rut edge Avenue.
RUCTION EEKS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "for Sale" Placards, Business Cards,
or other Job Printing executed with neatness and
dispatch, will consult their interest by leaving their
BCden at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No. 149 East
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
Ill One 12-horse Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-horse Portable Engine.
ll) One 8-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition,
CAMERON, BABKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-eise ott.
?jNOK SALE, OLO A E WSPAPtCKS IN
any?uintity. Tri?e. 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapplu.' paper that can bo used. Ap?
ply at the offlco of THE N EW3. Mar:h 1
DELTA LODGt OK PK? FKCTION, No. I
TBE REGULAR COUMUNVCA ION OP THIS
Lodge will be held ?nr-> (Wednesday) EVES
INC-, at Eight o'clock.
By orocr ot T. P. C. M.
May 26 K, E. BEDFORD. Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
SOUTH CABRUNA LODGE NO. L
THE REGULAR WFER*LY MEETING OF THIS
LODGE will bc hell THIS EVENING, at Eight
By order. ' T. W. CANNON,
May 20 w Secretary.
WASHINGTON STU AM PIKE ENGINE
AN ADJOURNED Me AT INO OF YOUB COM?
PANY will be bold at your Hall, THIS EVE
NTKG, the 26th Instant, at tight o'c'ock precisely.
CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON.
May 20 Secretary W. F. E. Co.
Mim in lon?raptf^
IH THK DISTRICT I'OUKT OF THE
UNITED STATE", FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
MAY 1ERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF THOMAS
J. WHTTsKIiR, OF tDGLFIELU COUNTY,
BANKRUPT-PETIT.ION FOR FULL AND F'NAL
D'"CBABGE IN HANKKUPTCY.- Ordered, Ib?T a
hewing be had on the TWELFTH ?>T ov JUNE
1869. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, 8. C.; and
that all Creditors, Ac, ol said Bankrupt appear at
said unA and place, and show cause, ii any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 11th day of May,
1869. DANIEL HORLBEcK,
Clerk of the District Court of the United Slates for
benth Carolina._w3_May 12
TN THU DISTRICT COURT OF THE
1 UNITED 8TATES Fv B SOUTH CAROLINA
MAY TE.RM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF B.
C. BRYAN. OF ED.TE?TEI.D COUNlY, BA>K
BUPI".-PETITION FOR FULL, AND FINAL
PISCHARGK IN BANKRUMOY- Ordered, Thita
hearing be had on the TWELFTH SAT OP JUNE, 1869,
at Federal Courthouse in Charleston. South Caro?
lina; and that all creditors, Ac, of said Rank ru pt
appear at said time and place, and show cause, If any
they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
be granted. *
By order of the Court, the 11th day of May,
1869. DANIfcL HORLBECK.
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for
South Carolina. w3 May 12
fast aub /unn?i.
LOST, A BLACK PUP, WITH FEET,
face and tip of tall white. A liberal reward will
be given if returned to No. 331 KING STREE r.
STOLEN, F HO.tl DI KS. LEVICY SMOKE,
In Colleton County, two mt'es from Walterboro',
on the night ol the 10th April hst, her only MARE.
1 he'Alare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well built; her body long; both lore feet and
one hind loot are white, and branded on the shoul
dst 8. 8. The Mare was followed fifteen miles above
Walt .-[boro*. In the direction of Barnwell. A white
man was riding her. Mrs. Smoke contd not have
tbe thief loUowed for want of means, and her little
crop must be los*, without help. Any Information
relative to Ihe Mare wiU be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Coun?
ty. May 91
|tS50lnttoo of <?0partnrrsl)ip.
DISSOLU 1 IO V .?-TH E COPARTNER?
SHIP heisSofore^eAiing as H. HBNCKEN A
CO., is this day dissolved by inu'ual consent.
H. Ht SPEEN.
THE UN DER "TONED SOLICITS A CONTINU?
ANCE of the patronage so liberally bestowed on the
above firm, hereafter to be conducted by himself.
All persons Indebted to the firm, or having c'aima
against lt, will present the same to the ULderatgned.
May 20 8 H. HENCE EN.
ITT. PETERS. COM MIS SIP y A G EMT.
street, to No. 42 MABKET-STBEET, north side, be?
tween Meeting and Church streets.
May 19 wfm6*
BOM AH HOUSE.-A PKW PLEASANT
SUMMER ROOMS (on: a large front room),
can bc had with board, for the Summer, at very
cheap ia es. Day board very cheap for Summer
months._2* May 26
COLUMBIA, 5. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN?
SURPASSED by any House in the South for comfort
and healthy locality, is open to travellers and othors
seeking BO * RD FOR 'J HE Si'MviElt. Families
can b ? accommodated with nice airy rooms on lea
tunable terma. A call is solicited.
May 13 lu.o WM. A. WHIG HT.
g T. CLOUD MOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOl IO US UOUSE. LOCAT?
ED corner o: Broadway anJ Fort y-.c e co c d . sirest,
possesses alvantages ovrr all other IIOUKH- for the ac
coKmodation ot its tuest?. It was built expressly
for a fin-t-cl-iss family boarding house-the rooms
boin? large and en suiie. heated t>y steam-with hot
I und cold w. ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department la in tbe most experienced
hands, affording guevts an uncqiialisd table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevator? ls ateo among
the "modern improvements" and ut the service of
guests at all hours.
The Broadway ond University PlacM Can? pass the
door every lour minutes, running from tho City
Hall to Central Park, while tho Sixth an t t eventh
Avenue lines are but a short block on either side,
allon)lug ample facilities for communicating ?vkb all
the depots, steamboat landings, clares of amuse?
ment and business of thc great metr?poli*.
MOUE Ot HOLLEY, Proprietors.
March 12 Gm ? s
YOU OUGHT TO INSURE IN THE
FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st Because lt is ahorne institution min?.ged and
controlled by your own citizen?.
2d. Because it U the only monied institution ni
tho kind that loans it i funds in the slates from which
they are derived.
3d. Because it if purely mutual; hil policy holder*
share ia ita profite or earnings. Its large and in?
creasing as?ete belong exclusively to tho policy
?tb. Because its rates are 1 wer than tho3e of most
other companies. And its dlvld -nds will be larger.
5th. Because it invests its funds ot rates of interest
averaging ten per cent., wnile Eastern comp mies'
rates average leas than fcven pei cont. This makes
Ihe dividend? cf the Associ?t on larger and the rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollar? improved
at eix per cent, for fifty \ ear* will amount to $1,842 (il
The eame amount iuvcsied at ien per cent, will pro?
duce $11 739 0?. Difference in fivor of thc ten per
tent, tnvo.-traeut $9,f97 03.
Otb Because vou ought to inf ur . In a successful in?
stitution, and th? Lile Association of America is ac
knowledgcd by its enemies a.* well as Hs friends to
be by far tbs most successful life inaurauco inetitu
tion of its ase in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IS IMS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of the State of Missouri (according to law for the
protection of pobcy holders.
H. G. LOPER, Pree'nt (Cashier People's Nat.* Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, Vlce-Preaident (W. G. Wbilden b Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, M. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. STEELE (of-North, Steele & Wardell.)
0. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evana A CogswelL)
G. W. AIM*R, Druggist. .
H. T. PEAKE. Gen'i Superintendent a O. Railroad.
C. F. FANKNIN, Druggist.
JAS. E. 8PEAR. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
N. P. CARTER, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 10 Broad-street.
JAMES EN OX.JOBS OILL
TT H O X ?ft GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. IK SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE, i
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, BICE, Ac. BE
SPEC I TELLY solicited, and liberal advances Liada
thereon. Order? for CORN and BACON promotly
executed with care ar.d attention. 3moa Ma? 13
Q.KAXD II8VBVHKITAL AND
FRIDAY, 28Tr7 ?TAY,
HIBERNIAN H A Ii I*.
Master FE BDI S AND CAR HI, tue Celebrated Solo
. Vlolinisi, assisted by bis mother,
MADAME CABBI, the accomplished Pianist,
WILL GIVE A GRAND INSTRUMENTAL AND
FOCAL CONOERT ON
FRIDAY, 38th MAY.
Programme in To-morrow's issue. May 26
gTOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEB3 AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c:n get their orders
fiBed promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWd JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
QN LONDON AND ON NEW YORK.
Sold by LESESNE k WELLS.
May ll Imo Nc 10 Bread-street.
rjlO PURCHASE, UNITED STATES BILLS OF
all deno-iinatlo'na, and NATIONAL BANK
NOTES too much mutilated to be redeemed by
Government Agent?, at fair price.i, for ciah.
A. GAGE k CO., Charleston (ce House.
giri? (??f0?5, etc.
1ST E W Gr O O 3 J 3 -
J. R, READ & CO.
NO. 963 KIN G. STREET.
HAVE THIS DAY OPENED AN ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
To which they invite the attention of the Ladies.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 84 WIDE-A NEW ARTI?
Black Crape Maretz, 84 wide
Block Iron Grenadine, 84 wide
Black Hernanni Grenadine, 8-1 wide.
White Crape Maretz, 8-1 wide
White Barege, 8 4 wide.
Herannis, Bareges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma?
retz and l'ami -e Clotns, in ordinary width.?
J. R. READ ct CO.
19 1-2 CENTS. 0
WE ABE TO-DAY O PEERING A *FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, atl2>4 cents per yard.
J. H. READ di CO.
IN VARLET V.
MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE
White Coaling Linen
Printed Linen Lawns
New Muslins and Organdies
New Percales and Peques
Richardson ? Itisb Lioen3
Pf flow tjattoi9B?nJ '
New York Mills Longcloth
Wammutta, Masonvihe, Lonsdale, aud other fa?
vorite brands ot yard wide Bleached eblrt
Ladies .-ummcr Under Vests
Men's Gauze Merino Under Vests.
J. R. READ <* CO.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Bose, in heat English manufacture.
LADIES LI-iLE THREAD GLOVES
Gent:emcn'a Lisle i brr ad Gloves
Children's Lisle Throed Glo' cs.
COMPBI8ING IN PAST:
NAINSOOK MUSLINS, MULL-, JABONEIS,
Cambrics, Bishop aud Victoria Lawns; Swisses-in
pluto, striped and checks; 8-4 French Hushes, Or?
gandies, Tarletaiis, kc, kc.
J. It. READ (Si CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS
and Embroideries, as usuol.
J. R. READ & CO.,
Ko. ?63 KING-STREET.
DLY GOODS ! DRY GOODS !
GREAT ATTRACTION !
N o. ?94 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE LA
DIES and public generally that he has JEST
O PEN ED a large and well selected STOCK OF DRY
GOOD?, which will be sold at prices which will
di t'y competition, con i-tin? in part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 26 cents per yard worth 40 ceu'a.
LENOS AND HOZA UBIQUE*
At 30 cents worth 69 cents to Finest Quality.
A full ?nd complete stock of CALICO".*, Long
clothe*, Sheetings. Pillow C:i3:ngs. LrLih Linens, Ta?
ble Damask?, Towellings, Diapers, tloaiery, Gloves,
Cassimerea. Tweeds, Embroideries, Laces, ?Ute
Goods, Lace Shtwis, Parasol?, Cors.ta, Hoopekarb?,
Fan?, Notions, Ac.
Terms oaab or city acceptance.
No. 904 KING-STREET,
Corner^ Wenth worth.
May 17 mwflmo
CHEAP GOODS. -
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
IMMENSE RFDUC1ION IN PRICES MADE IN
order to effect a clearance of special lots of
Gooda on hand and to arrive.
This ia an opportunity which should not be lost
sight of by ready money purchasers.
The following are a few quotations from some
CHAFE MARETZ at 26 and SO cents, be t
FINE STYLES OF BAL MURA Ls at ?175
PIQX'E only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 60 cents
PARASOLS, a nice selection, from 60 cents np
FINE BL ACK SILKS reduced to $2; ?2 25 a
very fine article?
FINE FRENCH CORSETS, from 90 cents
UPDIAPEK LINEN, DOYLIES, and other
Linen goods, 10 and 15 per cent, cheaper than any,,
900 DOZEN TOWELS from 12 S' to 60 cent?
LADIES' AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR
at noderate prices
4-4 LONGCi.OTHS from 12 -, cents np
MEN'S FINE PANAMA HATS only il 69
DOMESTIC GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves, well
aessocted and sold at nearly cost price.
FURCHGOTT dc BHD'S ,
ITo. 437 KIng-atreet. corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department for Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Trunks, 3mos May 3
THE SUBSCBIBKB RESPECTFULLY INFOBMS
hid friona- and the public tbnt he has erected
a fine large i anoing ? alo on, and has other t amos of
amus'-mest. and is now prepared to receive Picnic
and other parties, in tho rear of the old Mount
Pleasant House, called the Grove. Accommodations
for Target Shooting. H. TIENCKfeN.
rp H E HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
8. C. TARDY, & CO., PBOP?OTOBS,
PBOFESSOB 3. La CADELL, M. D., OF THE TOI
VEBsrrr OF v LEGI NI s, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
WILL BE OPES FOB THE RECEPTION OF
VISIT O KS, June 1st, under the management of J.
A. Mc .'LG s G. All the boildings having been re?
paired, painted and fitted out with new Furniture,
Linen, Beda and iable-ware, these SPRINGS offer
unsurpassed attractions to both the in valid and plea
Bure-iee 1 er. No expense or effort bas been spared
by tho Proprietors to make it as comfortable and
pleasant as possible to all visitors.
tg- rt e HOI WATEBs here have been well known
for more than half a contury to possess, in a wonder?
ful degree, Tonic, alterative. Deturgent and Stimu?
lating Properties, and have become justly celebrated
for the cure ot Bheumailsm, Gout, Diseases of the
Liver, Skin. Bladder and Womb, Paralysis, the result
of injury or serious effusion ; Contraction of Muscles
and Joints, Diarrboa, and Dyspepsia, accompanied
with r-ore Mouth and Tongue.
Descriptive Pamphlets furnished by the Manager
at the springs, or by S. C. TARDY & CO., Bich
A telegraph offi-e will be established at the
Springs, thus affording waitera an opportunity of
prompt communication with every part of the coun?
HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GKEENBRIER COUNTY, WEST 'VIROINIA.
THESE CELEBRATED SPRINGS. SO FAVORA?
BLY known for their valuable ALTERATIVE WA?
TEBS charming summer climate, and as one of the
mo-t fashionable resorts lu tho country, will be
open for company on the ISth of May. sod with the
extensive improvements that have been made, will
oe prepared for the comfortable accommodation of
FIFTEEN HUNDBED TO TWO THOUSAND
The WHITE SULPHUR is now the western termi
' nus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and the
cars of that road <!n onnectlon w th telegraphic fa?
culties) will he running to the springs by 1st Joly.
No pains or expense have or will be spared to se?
cure the comfortable entertainment, in all the varie?
ties of accommodation, of the large number of visi?
tors that will resort to the Springs the present sea?
?-One of the bett LAWN AND BALL-ROOM
BANDS will be in attendance;an extensive LIVERY
has been provided; and suitable arrangements
made to facilitate every innocent and recreative
amusement appropriate to a
'FASHIONABLE WATERING ?LACE.
A number of Fancy and Masquerade Balls will be
given during the season.
Charges will be $25 per week, and $90 per monttt.
Children under ten years of age and colored ser?
vants, bait price. Wb?e sei vants, according to ac?
PETIONS Ai CO..
White Sulphur Spring*, We?t Virginia.
May 21 Imo
JJ<JOH? BUYERS WILL FINO IT TO
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THIS
The List will be Chang-d at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
m YOt SALE AT
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
ON THE WING, a book for SporUm.'n, by John
Bumstead. Illustrated. W 60.
TOMMY TBY, and what he did in Science, forty
tlx Illustration*, $1 75.
atauacaxax M *N, aa examination of recent spec
ulations, by the Duse of Argyle, $160.
LET IEE 3 OF LADY MARY WORTLEY MON?
TAGU, edited by Mrs. Hale, $3.
ty Ccant De Fal lo m. $2.
HILT TO HILT, from the MS3 of Colonel Surry,
of Eagle's Neut, by John Esten Cooke, SI CO.
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE LETTER WRITER,
and book of refereore OJ all business matters, by
Wlidam Anderson, SI76.
SIR THOMAa BROWNE'S RELIGIO MEDICI,
L-tter to a Ir.end, Christian Morals, Urn Burial and
other potiers, $2.
NO aECTa IN HEAVEN, and other Poems, by
Mrs. E. B. J. Cleveland, $1 25.
TBIB?NE ES?AY.-, from 1867 to 1883, with an in
troducllon by Horace Greeley, $2.
THE SEXt? HERE AND HEREAFTER, bv Wm
H. Holcombe, $1 60.
RECENT IMPROVEMENTS IN THE STEAM EN
GINE, by ?rowne, $175.
THE PHENOMENA AND LAWS OF HEAT, by
Cagen, SI 50.
CURIOUS MYTH- OF THE MIEDLE AGES, com'
plete lu one volumo SQ 60.
RHYMES OF CONTRAST ON WISDOM AND
FOLLY, by James Rush M L\, $1 25.
METHODS OF 1N>TRU 'ILIN. by James Pyle
Wtckersbuni, 1'riucipil otlVuiis-. kuala Stalo Normal
School, $1 75
SHOEING AND DRINKING. I v James Parter
TOBACCO AND AL'OHoL, "It does Ps*- to
Smoke," Ac, by Fi-k, fl.
SELECTIONS FROM CU AMBLES" REPOSITORY
FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, 287 D
lustrations, hy Thomas. SI50.
GARDENING FOB THE SOUTH, by W. N. White
a new edition, with additions, by J Van Buren, S2
BA ND AL'S SHEEP HUSBANDRY, SI CO.
COTTON CULTURE, by Joseph B. Lyman, cf
Louisiana. $1 60.
FARMINO BY INCHES, or "With Brains, Sir I'
Any of the above Books will ba sent by Mall Post?
paid on receipt of price, by addressing
FOGARTIE'd BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2C0 Kiog-street, (In the Bend,) Charleston, 9. C
May ll Clo fmwl?mon
J^USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS. 4c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems cf Art
and song, with ninety-nine, large steel engrav?
ings, Imperial 8vo. morocco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID, Tllastratcd by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, iu an elegant binding, S10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLT BALL, Illustrated by Hennesy,
A octavo, $3.
GHAT'S ELEGY, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
crla'nal manuscript, ato. $6.25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Pot ms of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-s^ven
illustrations, ?to. $10
THE BIKO, by Michele!, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings bv Giacometti, SS.
CuaiHT IN SONO, or Hims ot Immanuel, selected
from silages by Philip Schaff, D. D., 8vo, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
COWPER'* ' ABLE TALE, and other Posms, beauti?
fully illustrated by the mast eminout English
Artist?, 1 volume, ato. S3.
F TOBY WITHOUT AN END, froin tho German of Ca
rove, large 4to, with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water colors, $7 60.
CHRISTMAS CASOL. by Charles Dickon*, with thirty
illustrations, by Eytinge, small 4 oc<avo, SS.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
Scottish Foets, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, SA.
MARMION, by Walter Scott, with fifteen photographic
illustration -, $8.
LAYS or THE BOLT LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three Illustrations, 8vo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' BOOE OP DAYS a miscellany of popular
antiquities, two larce volume?, royal 8ro, $t>.
The above aro all in elegant bindings.
January 1 ljr
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MAB9HALL, Barber,
April 14 No. 31 Broad-etreet otp stairs.)
T.TDLMES Ai MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad-street .
Charleston, 8. C.,
ESOKEBS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Benting arid Collecting of Bents
and purchase and sale ol Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Beal Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reasonable terms.
GEaaoE L. HOLMES.ALEXANDEB MACHEIH.
January l lyr
?rofcries nnd ^itsctuancons.
MAY BUTTER. KUGAR-C?RED
H RATS, Sic. JUST il KC t:rv ED.
?i (\ TUB-* CHOICE MAY BU IT EU
Wt Sugar-cured Big Hains, Shoulders and
Breakfast Paeon Stripe
I00"pounde Walhalla Bolognas
Fresh Balmoral, E?q, Milk, Booton and Soda Bis?
Lot of FINE SMOKED TONGUES, from 60c. to 76c.
each at P. O. BOBNEE'8,
No. 363 King-street, earner of George.
May 26_, , . _"K_
C)X 11163 ?3 I0E TABLE HOTTER, JUST BE
?JO CEIYED and for sale by
May 26 ?.lo No. 102 Eaet Bay.
A A HHDS. CHOICE WESTERN CLEAR BIB
40 hh ve. Choice Western Shoulden.
For sale by RA Vc NHL A HOLMES,
May 26 2 No. 177 Bart Bay-itreet
1 ?\?\?1 BBLS. FINE, SUPER, EXTBA AND
lUl/U FAMILY FLOUR.
Now landing and for sale low, by
May 26_3_JEFFOBDS A 00.
SIDES. SHOULDERS, &e.
HHDS. CHOICE 0. B. RIDE'j
20 hhds. Prime Shoulders
25 hhds. Choice No. 2 shoulders
200 tuba Leaf Lard.
Landing and In score and for mle low, by
May 26_3_JEFFOBDS k CO.
CORN ! HAY I FL'IUR!
OAAil BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COBN, EX
awUU" steamer Sea Gull
160 balea prime North River HAY, ex eehooner An?
300 bola Family. Extra, Super and Fine FLOUR, ex
schooner Myrover and steamer Brennan.
For sale by JOHN OAMPSkW <k CO.
er rv A BUSBELS BLACK STOCK OB COW
DUI/ PEAS. Foraa'eby
May 26_T. J. KEBB A 00.
NORTH BITER HAY.
OKA BALES NORTH RrVEtt HAT. LANDING
ou Brown A Co.'s Wharf. For aale low
while landing by H. BUL WIN K LH k CO.
IN STORES AND LANDING.
CLABET. ON DBAUGHT. AX 431 50 PEB GALLON
Lubln'a Flavoring ti trac ta, at reduced prie ce
Hostetter's, Drake'., Herman's, Curacoa, Tonio and
Monongahela, Bye Bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all grades and at all prices, bottled sad on
Champagne Cider, Pint? and Quarts
CO-OPEBATTVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest cornrr Meeting and Market streets,
floods delivered tree._;_April 26
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR HALB BT
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 ATE ET IN G
RISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Schenk 's Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remedy and Cure
Chloride of Lime
Spears' Fruit F reserving Solution
German Blood or .'Kaiser'' Pills, ste,, kc.
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL *B?
Dr. LL BAER.
Aofll 3 _ No. 181 Meeting street.
ats. CabarT, &c.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVAN A CIO AB tad LTAF.iOBAOCO.
call at No. 80 MABKET-S1BBKT, where you will
find now opea for inspection fhe largest and moat
select stock of Cigars and Leaf lobaoee ever import?
ed to thia market, and which we offer at a price that
will satisfy all dom ind.*.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
NO. SO MARKET-STREET.
January 1 wa
irngSj (H?micals, (ftc.
TO REMOTE GREASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
prepared by Dc. H. BAER,
May 26_No. 131 Me'tlng-street
CITRATE OF MAGNESIA.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every day, by DB, H. BAEB,
May 23 No. 131 Meeting-street.
FOR THE HAIR.
l'HALON'3 CHE M IC AL HAIR INVTGORATOR
AYER'8 HAIR V?JOR
MONIGOMEfirS HAIR RESTODSER
BURNETT COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
BATCHELORS HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
HAMBLETON* HAIR STAIN
POMADES, PH ILO CO il ES
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE, &c, &c.
Fer sale by Dr. H. BAER,
May B_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
GRIM AULT & CO.'S PREPARATIONS :
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
GUARANA POWDERS. *
AU fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. II. BAER,
May 8 No. 131 MERfflNG-STBEET.
NEUFTILLE Ss HANNAM,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAT.
BLANK B39X MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPERS,
CARDS, CARD BOARDS,
BILL HEADS, ie.
No. 0 Broad-Sire et,
CHARLES TON, 8. c.
B. K. NEUFYILLE. WM. HANNAM
May 5 Imo
O BUSINESS MER.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
IS OSE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a lanre circulation, and afford* in -
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addres DABB A OsTEEN,
February 21 ProprWora.