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?ala? the cash accompanies the order, or for a long?
er tima than paid for.
? : THE Dazu KEWB w?l b eserved to snhacribers in
th? city at 18 cents per weak.
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?abaeqnent Insertion?, 10 cents a line. Business
?o?oaa, 30 cents a Une. Marriage and Funeral Ko?
ttata, Ona Dollar each. _
NJSWS S XT M M AB Y.
-Gold in New York cloned, on Saturday, at
? -Cotton closed firmar. Salee 2900 bales at
-In Liverpool cotton closed quiet and steady.
Bales 10,000 balea at 114d for uplands.
_The famous yacht Wanderer bas been sold
?tNorfolk, Va., tor $3850.
.-One hundred and sixty-four steamers have
.bean destroyed on the Western rivers since
' - A ko rosen o disaster occurred in Hoboken
Thursday night, fatally barning a lady and her
Bon and seriously baxniog her husband.
-Tho marriage of Mra. Belle Boyd, formerly
of Marti nabar?, West Virginia, to Mr. John S.
Hammond, took place in New Orleans on tho
-rTrue work of repairing Fort Pulaski bas
been begun. The contract for dearing the
te oat baa been awarded to Mr. Thoma? Glea?
son, st the sum bf $60.000.
- -The latest about Bismarck is that he
thinks that Napoleon and Francis Joseph de?
sire peace, bat that their wives, the Empress?
es, want war with Prussia.
' -Tho Washington Star says: "MisaPamela
Oan?ingham, the President of the Moant Ver?
non Aasooiatioa, left Mount Vernon yesterday
for a brief trip to South Carolina."
-Tb? citizens of Cathbert, Ga., have order?
ed their mail stopped at Ward's Station. They
prefer to hire a boy to go after it daily, than
to bare it pass through the bands of the negro
-The (Bsnmenical Connell, it is announced,
will positively be formally, organized at Borne
OD December 8Lb, and at a Consistory to be
held in JunPMbe Pope will publish full instruc?
tions for the. prelates attending; the Council.
The commission appointed to provide lodgings
for Bishops without means of their own, bas
secte ed two hundred and fifty apartments.
-The Nair England Woman's Suffrage So*
piety is going to spread itself into a National
Association, and baa resolved accordingly
Mrs. Joh a Ward Howe addressed the conven?
tion in session at Boston, on Thursday, and in
tbs cootia of her remarks said that under the
coodition of social and fashionable
'many woman are merely sources of
consuming mach and producing no?
thing. . Suffrage it expected to reverse the pro*
-Tuesday kat was a day of borr?n in New
Tock. On the Tater, the steamship Norwalk
eolLtdod witta ?^soaaj aaa waa immeaiaicrj i
t-a. ????IM ? tn ni af ?40,0IW; an Austrian
ship, valued at ?360.000, was ron into and sank
by the steam :r Russia; a boy nun ed McCor?
mick was poshed overboard by bis companions
?Dd waa drowned; and the boiler of a steam
tog exploded, eau?ing tho death of two men.
On land, ten thousand barrels of petroleum
and several v?asela, in all valued at $500,000,
wiro destroys! by Ure; a firm of Wall-street
i ware reported to bave decamped with
$85,QQ0 that didn't belong to them; Mr. Barrett
Tan Anken, president of a silver mining com?
pany, made a desperate bot onsaoceaaful at?
tempt to commit suicide by cutting bia throat,
and Charles H. Starr shat himself four times
before taking- his own life; two or three swind?
ling oases; a couple af mysteries, and half a
dosen minor sensations. This may be called a
very h vely showing fox a doll season.
.-A Washington telegram to the New York
Tr thane says: "Some- time ago the ace? ant?
ing officers of the Treasury Department noti?
fied General G. T. Beauregard, who was?at
th4,hreaJuxig oat of the war?? major in the
army and Superintendent m the West Point
Military Academy, that he waa obarged on the
books of the Treasury Department the amount
of tJD 30 on account of the Quartermaster's
Department; and requested him to pay the
?arno. On the 20th inst. Beauregard replied from
New Orleans, inoloamg his account amounting
to H6553 far transportation from Weat Point to
Now Orleans in January and February, 1861,
in obedience to orden from tho War Depart?
ment, relieving bim from doty as Superinten?
dent, of tho Military Academy, and sending
him back to New Orleans, his former post.
Beauregard says be presented his account to
the proper officer in New York, thc Quarter?
master hen being oat of fonds, but that it was
Dot paid, and has not since been paid. He
therefore requests the Department to deduct
the amount of $10 30 from $165 50, and remit
him the remainder as soon as convenient. He
closes by saying his resignation from j be mili?
tary service of the United States was accepted
February 20, 1861, and signs himself as Presi?
dent of the New Orleans, Jaokaon and Great
Northern Railroad Company. The question
was referred to the proper legal officer of j
the Department, who baa to-day decided ad?
verse y to the claim for $165 50, in accordance
with the jo'ut resolution of Congress,approved
March 2, 1567, to prohibit the payment by any
officer of the Government to any person not
known to bave been opposed to the rebellion,
and io favor of i's Bupprcssicn."
-The Cincinnati papera aro full of particu?
lars of the recent destruction of a gasometer in
that city. It waa swung upon iron columns
forty feet high; it waa coaiposed of sheet iron,
and was seventy-five feet ia diameter. Nothm;
now remains of it save th a mass of iron of
which it was composed, ?ung scattered in the
immense basin of wator over which it hang, and
the huge iron columns to which it wis
suspended. It held at the time of the
accident 375,003 cubic feet of gas, winch
bad all ia one second's time vanished
like a flash of powder. So Budden was its
consumption and dissipation into the atmos?
phere that no fire communicated to anything,
and, ?trange to say, little or no damage
waa done to surrounding bandings save the
jarring of walls and the cracking of a few
panes of glass. It was fortunate that but one j
man met his death by the explosion. He was
iiscovered far op on the iron framework which
jupported the immense reservoir, perfectly
asked with the exception of one boot; his face
Ins blackened, bis hair barned from bia head,
md bis flesh crisped and scorched by the terri?
ble heat. With great difficulty he was removed
to his borne, when he lived but six boors.
The rungs of the unfortunate man were lite?
rally baked by the flame of the explosion.
Shortly after the ace .dent a panic arose in the
Taft crowd of spectators. The peoplo feared
nuui ner explosion, and turned and fled, scream?
ing, in every direction. ?hey climbed upon
each o.ber in their efforts to escape, and num?
bers wero thrown to the ground and trampled
apon. Hats were lost, and in some instaures
clothing was t^rn from the backs of those who
were striving lo. quit the rriehtful scene. On
Front-street, where the panic was the worst,
several persons were knocked dowe and ren?
dered insensible. Wild beasts never behaved
with snchferrjciry as didthis purging, howline,
affrighted crowd. The loss will reach $75.000.
MONDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1869.
i he End of trie Railroad War.
It is with great pleasure that we learn
from the Augusta papers, of Saturday, that
the differences between the South Carolina
Railroad Company and the Colombia and
Augusta Railroad Company have been
brought to an end. These differences in?
volved, as is known, a disagreement between
the first named company and the City of
Augubta, and we hail the satisfactory ad?
justment of a difficulty which threatened to
become seri?os, as a siga that there is to
be a lasting commercial peace between
Georgia and Sooth Carolina.
The terms of the treaty which has been
concluded are, according to the Chronicle
and Sentinel, bobstantially as follows :
"Tho Colombia and Augusta Railroad agree
to pay to the South Carolina Railroad tho som
of seventy-five thousand dollars in the bands
of the former corporation, to be taken by the
latter at par valuo ; and in consideration for
this amount the Sooth Carolina Railroad agree
to allow the Colombia and Augusta Road to
intersect the track of the former at the "torn"
table," one milo on the otherside of the Savan?
nah river, and the ose of the track across the
bridge over the Savannah and along Washing
ton-street, to the Union Depot in this city, un?
til the sixth of January, 1870, by which time
the bridge of the Columbia Road will, it is
tboogbt, be finished-the time and manner in
whioh the track is to be thus used to be de?
termined, io case of a disagreement between
the other parties, by the President of the
"The City Council of Augusta agrees to grant
to these two Railroad Companies the free ose
of the Washington-street track io perpetuity.
The track to be used by them on equal terms,
and it, together with the street, to be arranged
and kept in thoron gb repair at the expense of
the two roads; and all other streets which they
may have to ase ia connecting their tracks
with a common depot lo be kept in the same
manner, nader'the direction of the streets and
drains committee. If any other road shall
hereafter desire to ase these streets connect?
ing these roads with the common depot, for
the purpose of entering the city, it shall be
allowed to do so opon such terms as the Mayor
of Angosta and the superintendents of the
Georgia and the Macon and Augusta Railroad,
constituting a board of referees, may deter?
"The two railroad compames agree to indem?
nify the city for all damages obtained from it
in conseqoence of the running of their trains
through the streets.
"The City Coanon agrees to release the Sooth
Carolina Railroad from their previous con?
tracts with the city relative to discriminations
against Augusta in freights and passenger
fares, except on the line between Charleston
and this place, and also release them from the
piommtion against ?nair engines ana oars run?
ning through the streets.
"The City Council, the Columbia and Angosta
Railroad and the 8outh Carol ?nu Railroad pro?
mise to stop all litigation."
Such, substantially, are the terms of the
agreement entered into on Friday by the
two Railroad Companies and the City of
Angosta. They will, we think, be satisfac?
tory to all parties ; for oar railroads, in
the present condition of the country cannot
afford to waste their well deserved earnings
in protracted litigation. We think that
every railroad which traverses the State
increases the value of the land, makes
produce more saleable, and, by bringing
them more closely in contaot with the cen?
tres of trade, advances the interest and in?
creases the prosperity of oar people. In
this wise the Colombia and Augusta Rail?
road will be a benefit to Sooth Carolina,
and we believe that its managers will find
it to their advantage, as it should oertainly
be their desire,to work for their own State,
rather than for the States on oar borders.
Railroad charity begins at home. A 8outh
Carolina railroad should find its greatest
good in the greatest good of Sooth Carolina.
The City of Angosta, throughout the lit?
tle difficulty, whioh has now been a Jj usted,
has doubtless been actuated by the most
proper motives. Augusta has desired to
proteot herself, and, if we at the other end
of the line may have been disposed to think
that she Was somewhat harsh in her pro?
ceedings, we cannot now find further faolt,
and only wish her the same measure of
prosperity that we devoutly covet for our?
Of the Sooth Carolina Railroad C o m p an;,
it becomes os to say a word. Beginning at
a time when railroads in the United States
were in their earliest infancy, it straggled
on until it reached a ripe maturity of use?
fulness. The fortooes of this company
have beeo those of the State. As Sooth
Carolina flourished so did it flourish. When
oar star paled this our first railroad seem?
ed whelmed in hopeless ruin. But tis order
was evolved from chaos, and the :u ic?inery
of our commercial lifo v*as agaia set lu mo?
tion, the South Carolina Riilroal Company
began anew its career, and for more than
three years has been the main artery of our
commercial and agricultural life. This, as
we know, was not a spontaneous fruit of
the condition of the times. It was the result
of the great sagacity, the practical ability
and the broad policy which have charac?
terized the management of the road during
the last few years. This it is which has
enabled Charleston to send her cars to Mo?
bile, to the Crescent City, to the hills of
Vicksburg, and to the broad waters of
the Ohio. This it is which bas given
Charleston a direct communication by
steam with the cotton marts of England.
And this will, we believe, cause substantial
form to be given to that mighty idea, whioh
has for its object to make this State the
highway for the trade of the great West,
and to make Charleston the exporting and
importing city, not only for the Western
States, but for the vast Eastern Empire.
This whole conception has been worked out
by the President of tbs South Carolina
Railroad Coin j any with a singleness of aim |
and an uns el fis I ness of purpose that cannot
be too highly praised, and which have en?
titled him frequently, in the past, to tho
approval and commendation of the stock?
holders of his company. President Magrath
bas been the life of the South Carolina
Railroad Company, and is now the head
and front of its usefulness. Never forget?
ting the interests of bis company; never
disregarding thc interests of his State, he
has worked steadily and manfully to make
his company as profitable to its owners as
it is undoubtedly advantageous to our peo?
ple. Litigation is always distasteful to the
practical railroad mag. But it has so hap?
pened that President Magrath has been
forced into the courts*to vindicate and pro?
tect the rights whioh he represents. This
suit' is now, we believe, aLan end ; and
knowing as we do the manner in whioh it
was br gun, and in which it was carried on,
we are justified in saying, that the settle?
ment accepted by President Magrath is, for
his shareholders and the publio, the best
that it waa possible to have made.
So the war is over. And now there
should be no antagonism of railroad inter?
ests, or railroad management. One more
obstacle to the progress and prosperity of
our State has been swept away, and Au?
gusta and Charleston again join hands.
WE LEAR:; that a meeting of the Steck
holders of the Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company and the Charlotte and South
Carolina Railroad will soon be held in Co?
lumbia, to determine the terms of the con?
solidation of the two companies. The com?
missioners of the two roads propose that
the stock of the Columbia and Augusta
Railroad be valued at $22 per share; that
of the Charlotte and South Carolina Rail?
road at par, and that four and-a-half shares
of the former be received for one share of
the latter. This agreement will be ratified
or rejected at the meeting to be held by the
stockholders in July.
ONE interesting phas9 of American life
abroad is portrayed with a good deal of shad?
ing in a letter pi int 3d in the New York Evening
Post from a German lady whose works have
been translated and widely read in this country.
She gives the results of ber observation in
Dresden, whither a goodly number of Ameri?
can mothers have since tho war taken their
daughters to be educated. To tbe astonish?
ment of German wives and mothers, who can?
not understand how domestic tics can be so
rightly broken, those American ladies leave
their husbands behind. "America," she writes,
"has been called among us tho Paradis? of
"women ; but our German women DO longor
"envy them this paradise, in which Adam
"could do without Eve. In consequence,
"these roaming ladies, who prefer pleasure to
"duty, are looked upon with a sort of contempt
"that has fallen as a shadow on a great na
The quality of the education given to Ameri?
can children also excites the astonishment of
of these practical and painstaking German
mothers. The children are impressed with the
belief that in Germany cuitare comes by inspi?
ration, and that whatever requires effort and
self-sacritice ia not worthy of them. Costly
dresses, extravagant entertainments, and op?
portunities for flirting are provided to keep
them in good humor. Tho mothers bave re?
ception days and s tato festivities. They have
balla, parties and masquerade?. They go to
wwii tmkti make themselves conspicuous.
TVheu spring come?-as tne narc panrern ror
the water brook-they fly to the watering
places, to Italy, Switzerland, anywhere for
change. Ot course, under these influences,
American children are the despair of German
teachers, and the mothers themselves lose the
opportunity cf helping them by slighting the
overtures of cultivated German society.
One more bitter plum from this letter is that
in which the writer accounts in brief for the
alleged unpopularity of Americans abroad.
They do not feel like reciprocating kindness.
They say aa Frederick the Great said of Vol?
taire, "I squeeze the orange and then throw
.'away tbe rind." But Voltaire never forgave
having been squeezed, notwithstanding a king
had done him the honor, and "the Germans do
"not like to be squeezed, though Americans
"do them the honor.-'
CRAFT S MEN'S
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW TOBE.
Office i Park Bank Building;, Koa. 214
and ?916 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPJ, Vicc-President.
HEN BT B LL DEN, Eocretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
49* SUB-AObKTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
YOU OUGHT TO INSURE IN THE
FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:
1st. Because it is a home institution munged and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. Because it ls the only morned institution ol
the kind tiru loans its funds in the States from which
they are dcrivea.
Sd. Because it ie purely mutual; all poli.-y holders
share ia its profits or tarnings. Its large and in?
creasing assets bt-long exclusively to the policy
4th. Because ita rates ure 1 wer than those of moet
other companies. And its dividends will be larder.
5th. Because it inwito its fu.ids at rates ol Interest
averaging ten per cent, wi ile Eastern comp ?Dies'
rate? average leas tlmu seven |:er tent. TUN makes
. he dividends > f the associai un Isrscr and the rate*
of premium smaller. Oue hundn d dollars Improved
at six per cent, tor fifty \ car.- will au.ouut to $1,842 ol
The Kline amount inves.ed at en per cent Will pro?
duce $11.739 09. Difference in fivo; ot the t-u pur
?.ont. uive-tmeut Stf,x57 0?.
Gili Because rou ought to i n su r. in a sucre** ful in?
stitution, and the Lite Association ol' Am ric i ls ac
knowledgcd by its enemies as well a> its friends to
be by far thc most successful lif,. iusurauce institu?
tion of its age in the United ??tates.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPAEl'MENT IN?
VESTED IN THIS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of tbe State of Missouri (according to law. for the
protection of policy holders.
H. G. LOPER, Pres'nt (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, vice-President (W. G. Wadden tc Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, M. D., Medical Examine:-.
JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele 4 Wardell.)
0. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evans & Cogswell.)
G. W. AIM iE, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE Gen'l Superintendent 8. C. Railroad.
C. F. PANKNIN, Druggist.
JAS. E. SPEAR. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
N. P. CARTER, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 1JT Bo. io Broad-street.
gHAAIPOOING AND HAIR-CUTTING,
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
tend orders to W. E. MABSHALL, Barber,
April lt No, 3fBroad-atreet vu? stairs.)
WANTED, A O IRL ?Ml WUHAN TO
makn herself generally useful ID a sinafll fam?
ily. Inquire at No. ll GEOUGE-S1BEHX.
WAFTED, A WHITIC WOMAN TD
abend to CHILDREN and do honapwrk.
Apply at VO. 27 RASEL-STBESX. 1* May 31
WANTED TO KENT, BY A GENTLE?
MAN and bia wile, one or two rooms, with
u*o of kitchen, and place for hore and buggy; in tbe
western part of tho city preferred. Address A.B.,
through the Post office_2_May 31
-IT/- ANTED. AGOOUC?lIKAJi?
VV WASHER, forasmallfamily. Wapet) punc?
tually paid and good accommodations. References
rcquir. d. Apply at No. 48 SOCIETY-STREET,
COOK WANTED.-WANTED, A No ONE
COOK in character and capacity, without en
cumbnnces. Applj st'1 HIS Off ICE. 2 May 31
WANTED, A PIRST-RA1S BK EAD
AND CAKE BAKER; no other need apply;
recommendations required; for such a one liberal
and punctual wages will be ria'd. Apply at the
BUILEDQE-STBEEI BAKERY. 1? May 31
EO O H WAMBO.--A WKJ.li FUR
NI SH ED, comfortable BOOM, for one person,
in the western part of Sprins or in Ashley-street,
near tpring. Direct Postofflce BOX No. 514, with
price and number of house.
WANTED, BOARD FOR A GENTLE?
MAN AND WIFE, or would rent set of
rooms near Northeastern Railroad. Address T. W.
S , Key Box ll._4?_May 29
TRANSPORTATION W ANTED.
Captabas of email Vetscls can find employ?
ment by applying at the foot of Bee-street, to JOHN
Mc CRAPY._May 26
IITANTED, A SITUATION AS ENGI
VV NEER. BAWYBK or to run a PLANING MA?
CHINE, by an experitnrod man. Address "ENGI?
NEER," through Postofflce. 6? May 26
WANTED, BV A MARRIED ?IAN, A
situation in come C< ttoo Mill South or South?
west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in tnem all. but ?hould sleet WE WING as a
choice larrie* wishing to engage 6U-h a person
?ill please address a aote, stafng terms, to J JUN J.
KELLY, No. lia state-street, Boston. May 24
WANTED, KV?KYBUDY TU KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinda, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly in the neates',
style and at the lowest New ?ork prires, a? 1 HE
.NEWS Job Office, No. 143 EAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your order?
ATOURO L VUY DESIRES A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. No objection to
lenving tho city or sta-e. Unexceptionable refer?
ences uiven and required. Address A. R , Key Box
No. 33, Charleston Postofflce._May 15
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FUR ALL.
THE LEADIHO MAGAZINES A.NU NEWS?
PAPERS, at pubbsher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 101 King-atrett.
WANTED-AGENTS- TO S ELL THE
AMERICAN KNI11ING MACHINE. Price
(25. The simplest, eheapoat and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 20.000 stitches ptr
minute. liberal inducements to Agent?. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, FIUST-CL\?S TRAVEL
LINO SALESMEN in every State, (iood
nages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment.
Address, with ?taina, B. F. HOWE, No. 633 Arch
stree*, Philadelphia, Pa. 3nios April 3
\irANTEO, EVERYBODY TO SUB.
VV 8CBIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRAR?
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'8 Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
WANTED. AGENTS KOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Hewart, V. H., of Miss.
The work coven the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment oi horses and mules,
both in BickDC?S and health. It bas won its way to
popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
best Kelling Horse Book out. Address C. F. YEN C,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo? March 10
WANTED-AGENTS-$75 TO SHOO PER
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SSWING MACHINE. Thia ma
chine will sbtch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid anil embroider In a most auperior manner.
Piice only SIS. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay 51000 for any machine that will sew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elailio seam than
ours. It makes the ' Elastic Lock Stitch." Every
second * ti tc h can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agenta
from $75 to ?200 per month and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice that amount can be made.
CAC 1 ION.-Do not be Imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines,
nader the same name or otherwise. Oura is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 May 4
f 0 Stol
AN ELEGANT HOUSE AND LOT TO
BENT IS SUMMERVILLE.-TO BENT, a
commodious HOUSE, nearly new, containing six
rooms, besides pantry and dressing room, with
good outhouses, carriaae house and ?table, al teated
upon a Iar?e dry lot of five acre?, in Summer- ..
'J he water 1* excellent. Terms moderate. Pos?
session given immediately.
BREWSTER, 8PBATT k BU BEE,
Attorneys at Law, No. 98 Broad-street.
TO RUNT, THAT DELIGHTFULLY
cool and healthy RESIDENCE, No 2 Login
street. Dwelling contains six sqnare and two garret
rooms, pantry, kc ; kitchen and range, servants'
apartments, carriage house, stable, ci.-tern, kc, on
premises. Terms moderate. Apply to
J. FRASER MATHEWE9,
May 20_wfm3_No. 56 Broad-street.
TO HK\T, A SHALL HUUSEIN QUEEN
STREET, near Rutledge, with four square
rooms, two dressing rooms and pantry. Apply to
D. LOPEZ & SONS._May 25
rRENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
at the northeast comer of Bogard and Coming
i-treets. Apply to J. D. KENNEDY, No. 124 Churchy
J^EAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houses to rent, can have their Placards, 4c,
printed at tho lowest rates, and In the newest and
neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OFf ICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
FOR SALE, ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
one or Page'? first-class CIRCULAR StW
MILLs, with Buildings, Lot, 4c., located on the
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, near Tim
monsville, 8. C., now in operation, and plentif'illy
supplied witta timber.
A comfortable DWELLING AND LOT in the thriv?
ing i own of Florence. The Lot measnres 75 fret
front ou Irby-stroet by 300 fret on the lin of
Cheves-street; bein,- centrally located, ls one of the
most desirable rt eidetic ?s In the said town. For fur?
ther partieu'ars, addresj Mri. H. L. SOWERS, Flor
ence Hotel, Florence, S. C. m May 10
FOR SALE.-THE UNDERSIGN ED OK
FE RN for ?ale a one-half Interest in thc ellice ol
XHE ABBEVILLE BANNER, to a cash purchae. r.
The office ie well supplied with printing material ; bas
ample fa? il?ie. for Job Printing, as wo'.l as the pub?
lication ol a weekly newspaper. Th? paper has a
large list of subactioer.*, and enj >)9 an aavcrtiniu?
patronage seco d lo no ofher paper In the State,
l'arma made known and further particu?aragiven on
application. \v. \v. FARROW.
April 20 mwflmo
PlAikO FOI? SALK. Ult TU LET, AT
. No. 404KING-STREET. <?* Mayj
171 >l\ ?ALK. ANEWBtTTKAU, TWEN
: 5 Y leotiu tentib.O feet ilu-hea across thc
keel, an I 4 i'cer 7 inches aero-s t?- gunwale. Applj
at >o. 13 GADSDEN Si BEET, near ;.lou!ague.
AUCTIONEERS, BROKERS, AND
others webing "X or Sale" 1 lacard?, Bus I neil CarJs,
or other Job Printing executed with neatness and
dispatch, will consult their interest by leaving their
orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No. 149 Easl
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
(1) One 12-borse Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-horsc Portable Engine.
tl) One 8-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. Trice 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that caa be used. Ap?
ply at the office of TH E N t W3. March 1
WABE HOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN
ELLERBE'S TBAN8PLANTEB FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PINGBEE,
Nc. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 24 Gmo
CHAULEST?N CHAMBER UF
ABrGULAB MEETING OF THE CHAMBER
will bo bold luis EVENIHO. (Mon* av,) Miy
ai-t. at tbo Hibernian Hall, at itiht o'clock P. M.
Br orrler. P. ,?. ?UliBOT.
Mav 31 Fecretaryand Treasurer.
Lt DIES' -HI'Tl AL AID ASS'JCM I IOJi.
AN ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS A-iSOJIi
IION will be belt* IO-MOBROW, Jone 1st. at
bail-past Five o'clock P. M., at the Depository, cha!
mers-street. Ihe member!! ot the Association and
all Interested m the cause are respectfully iovit-'d U>
attend. 2 May ri
Un ti rcs tn po II fe rap tn).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB
UNITED STATES, FOa bOUTH CAROLINA.
MAT TtBM. 1869. - IN THE MATTES OF JOHN
MAYEB, OF POMABIA. NEWBERRY. BANK
RUPT.-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a
hearing bo had on the SECOND DAT OF JCLT,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in charleston, S. C.;
and that all creditors, Ac., of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and p ac?, and show cause, ir any they
car, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
granted; and tnat t'je second and third meeting of
creditors of said Bankrupt ?ill he held at the office of
0. G. JA F.GEB, Esq.. Registrar of Third Congres?
sional District, 8. C., on TWEMTT-SINTO DAT OF
June 1869, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 29th day of May, 1869.
UN IEL HOBLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the U. fe', for 8. C.
May 31 m3
?ott ano /anni.
LOST, A SHALL BLACK CROSS KAU?
RING. The finder will be rewarded by leav?
ing the same at THIS OFFICE. May il
STOL, KN, Flt OM -M Its, LEVITY hMOEE,
in Colleton County, two mt'es (rom Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th April Lat, hor only M ABE.
Ihe Mare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well built; her body lone; both lore fret and
one hind foot are white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. 8. The Mare was followed fifteen miles shove
Walt-rboro'. in the direction of Baruwelt. A white
man was rdmj her. Mrs. Smoke could not have
tho thiel followed for want of means, and her little
crop must be los', without help. Auy information
relative to Ihe Mare will be thankfully rccei7cd. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Coun.
ty. May 2t
DAY BOARDING.-G ENTLKMKV OKU
ba accommodated on reasonable terms nt No.
41 WENIWOBIH-STREEr, nert to Meeting, south
sile. tbm2* May 27
HT. PETERS, COMMIS SION AGENT,
. has removed his omeo from No. 00 Hasel
etreet, to No. 42 MARKET-STREET, north side, be?
tween Meeting and Church streets.
May 19 wfmC*
HE HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
8. C. TARDY, & CO., PBOPBIETOBS,
PROFESSOR J. L. CABELI. M. D., OF THE UNI?
VERSITY OF VntOINIA, RESIDENT PH?8ICIAN,
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE RFCEPTION OF
VISITO KS, June 1st, und>-r the management of J.
A. Mc LUNG. All the buildings having been re?
paired, painted and fitted out with new Furniture.
Linen, Bedt and T able-ware, these SPRINGS offer
unsurpassed attractions to both the invalid and plea?
sure-anel cr. No expense or eflort bas been spared
by the Proprietors to make it as comfortable and
pleasant as possible to all visitors
49>The HUT WATERS hero bavo been well known
for more than half a contury to possess, tn a wonder?
ful degree, Tonic, Alterative. Derurgent and Stimu?
la linc Properties, and have become justly celebrated
for the core ol Rheumatism, Gout, Diseases of the
Liver, Skin, Bladder and Womb. Paralysis, the result
cf injury or serious effusion ; Couti action of Mas?les
an 1 Joints, Diarrhoea, and Dyspepsia, accompanied
with t-ore Mouth and Tongue.
Descriptive Pamphlets furnished hy the Manager
at the Springs, or hy 8. C. TARDY A CO., Rich?
A telegraph ofiVe will bj eitattlshed at the
Springt, thus affording visitors an opportunity of
prompt communication with every part of the coun?
^y-HITK SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GREENBRIAR COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA.
THESE CELEBRATED SPRINGS. SO FAVORA?
BLY known for their valuable ALTERATIVE WA?
TERS, charming summer climate, and as one of the
mo-1 fashionable resorts ia the country, will be
open for company on the 15th of May. and with the
extensive Improvements that have been made, will
be prepared for the comfortable accommodation of
FIFTEEN HUNDRED TO TWO THOUSAND
The WHITE SULPHUR ls now the western termi?
nus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and tbe
cars of that road Cn i onnectlnn w th telegraphic fa?
cilities) will be running to the feprings by 1st Joly.
No pains or expense have or will be spared to se?
cure the comfortable entertainment, In sll the varie?
ties of sccomniodation, of the large number of visi?
tors that wiU resort to the Springs the present sea?
??One of the best L\WN AND BALL-RUOM
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 PLACE.
A number of Fancy and Masquerade Balls will be
given during th- season
Charges will be $25 per week, and $90 per month.
Children under ten years of age and colored ser?
vants, half price. White set vants, according to ac?
PEYTON S Ac CO.,
White Sulphur Spring?, West Virginia.
May 21 imo
Prnijs, (Ojnntfals, (Stf.
TO KEMOVE GKEASE^TS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
prepared by Da. H. BALK,
May 25_No. 131 Me ?Usg-strect.
CITRATE OF MAGNESIA.
A GOOD COOLING feUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every day, by DB. H. BAEB,
May 25_No. 131 Meeting-street
FOR THE HAIR.
PHALO.V3 CHEMICAL HAIR INV1G0RAI0R
AYER'3 HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERYS HAIR RESTORER
SUBNETS COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALl ANT'o COGOA CREAM
BAR "IVS IRICOPHEROUS
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR 1>YE
JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
H A MB LE ION'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE, ?tc, &c
For sale by Dr. II. BAER,
May S No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
G HI H A I'LT dc CO. S PREPARATIONS
IODIZED SYRUP OP HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
Ali fresh from Perts, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAEB,
May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILL
X d( GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bo. 123 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
CONSIGNMENTS OP COTTON, RICE, Ac, BB
FPECTFULLY solicited, and liberal advances made
thereon. Orders for CORN and BACON promptly
executed with care and attention, 8mgs Mjiy 19
JJrp (fijoo?s, ?tr.
TTf-E WILL OFFEB THIS MORNINO
Ono lot DBES3 GOOD9, ?t 12K to lfi'?c
One lot CO LOBED MULLINS, at 15 to 23c.
' One lot FIGURED FRENCH CAMBRIC?, nt 25 to
STULL, WEBB 6i CO,,
No?. 287 AND 239 KINO-STREET.
May 31 mw2
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS I
G-REAT ATTRACTION !
No. 294 KING-STREET,
Comer of Wentworth-srreer,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE LA?
DLES and public generally that be bas JUST
OPENED a Urge and w?ll selected STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, which will be sold at prices which will
defy competition, consisting In part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 25 cents per yard worth 40 cents.
LENOS AND MOZA UBIQUES
At 30 cents worth 50 cents to Finest Quality.
A full and complete stock of CALICOF^, Long
cloths, Sheetings, Pillow Cnsings, Irish Linen?, Ta?
ble Damasks, Towellings, Diapers, Hosiery, Gloves,
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Embroideries, Laces, White
Goods, Lace Sin wis, Parasols, Cori.-te, Hoopskirts,
Fans, Notions, Arc.
Terms cash or city acceptance.
No. 394 KIN G-STREET,
Corner of Wenthworth.
May 17 mwflmo
J. R. READ & CO.
No. 36 3 KING.STREET.
HAVE THIS DAT OPENED Alf ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
To which they Invite the attention of the Ladies.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-4 WIDE-A NEW ARTI?
Black Crape Maretz, 84 wide
Mack Iron Grenadine, 84 wide
Black Hernanni Grenadine. 8-4 wide.
White Crape Maretz, 8-4 wide
White Barege, 8 4 wide.
Herannls, Bareges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma?
retz and Taml-e Cloths, in ordinary widths.
J. R. READ St CO.
IS l-'i CENTS.
WE ABE TO-DAY OFFERING A FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, atl2>4 cents per yard.
J. H. READ St CO.
IN VAK I KT Y,
MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE
Wiute Coaling Linen
Printed Linen Lawns
New Muslins and Organdies
New Percales and Peques
Richardson's Itish Linens
Linen Sheeting, 7 \ wide
Pillow Case Linen1
New York Mills Longcloth
Wamsutta, Masonvtl.e, Lonsdale, and other fa?
vorite brands of yard wide Bleached Shirt?
Ladles Summer Under Vesta
Meu's Gauze Merino Under Vests.
?I. it. READ Si CO.
LADIES' WHITE COITOS STOCKINGS
Men's Half Hose, in best English mann facture.
LADIES LISLE THREAD GLOVES
Gentiemen'a Lisle lhread Gloves
Children's Lisle Throed Gloros.
COMfEIBINO IN FAST:
NAINSOOK MUSLINS, MULLS, JACONETS,
C?mbrica, Bishop and Victoria Lawns; Swisses-in
plain, striped and checks; 84 French Muslins, Or?
gandies, Tarletaus, 4c, Ac.
J. R. READ dt CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS
aud Embroideries, as usual.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 363 KING-STREET.
April 12 mwfjmos
FUR CH GO TT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN 8TBEET8.
IMMENSE RFDUC1ION IN PRICES MADE IN
order to effect a clearance of special lots of
Goods on hand and to arrive.
This Is an opportunity which should not be lost
sight of by ready money purchasers.
The following are a few quotations from some
CHAPE MAR ETZ at 25 and 30 cents, Le>t
FINE STYLES OF BALMORALS at 91 75
PIQUE only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 60 cents
PAKA>OL<S, a nico selection, from 90 cents up
FINE BLACK SILKS reduced to ?2; tl 25 a
very floe artie'e.
FINE FRENCH COB SETS, from 90 cents
DIAPER LINEN. DOYLIES, and other
Linen goods, 10 and 16 per cent- cheaper than any?
SOO DOZEN TOWELS from 12% to fiO cents
LADIES' AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR
at n od era te prices
4-4 LON GC LOTUS from 12.Si cents up
MEN'S FINE PANAMA HATS OL ly il 60
DOMESTIC GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves, well
assorted and sold at nearly cost price.
FUKCHGOTT ?fe DRU'S.,
No. 437 King-Street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department for Ba ota, shoes, Hats
and Trunk?. Umos May'J
/anrg (Ponto, (Ctr.
TO TOE LADIES^
T??TE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE, OUR
Tl miny ye atv experience in the manufacture
of ORNAMENTAL LUIR WORK embie rn, to o?er
to our customers tho tluest aasortmeat of every ur
tide required in our line, from thc small FRIZZES
to the foil WP?, embracing braids or Switches, Coils,
Waterfalls, Cushions, Criuipt Hair, Bandi, Curls,
TORTOISE-SHELL DRESSING, TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS of every other class.
To the Gentlemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHIS?
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, 4c.
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY, SOAPS, POMADES, HAIR OILS, HAIR RE?
STORATIVES, COSMETICS, tc, from the most re?
spectable houses in each country.
Oar GEM AN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, Tortoishell, Buffalo and other Dressing
Combs, we chaUenge rivalry.
Particular attention ls paid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST PINS. EAR BINGS
FINGES RINGS, CHARMS, 4c
All orders by mail will beso filled that the reputa?
tion of the house for toe past thirty-five years shall
not suffer in our hands. Always on hand a flue as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
M. dc A. ASHTON,
No. 240 KING-STREET,
ianuarye tal m CHARLESTON, S, C.
Groceries tint ?liu?moM.
CORN LAN l?lKOr
?\(T fir. * B?hHEL1* PBIME WHITE CORN,
^Ouv por SteamorMarTland For aale br
May 31 2 J. N. TIDEMANN A CO.
CORN ! HAY! FLOUR!
QAAA BU-HEI.S PBIME WB1TE OORN,
OUUv lauding from 6ti amer Mary land.
200 ba'es Prime NORTH UIVER HAY, landing
on Brown's Wharf.
COO bbls. FLOUR, all grades, ex-Steamer Prome?
theus, and In store. Formale by
M-?y 31_3_JNO. CAMPSEM it CO.
. NEW GOO?S.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostdeiicioos.and healthy food.*nsed
fbr Paddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac, put up in 1 lb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
kc, put up in half lb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pints, pints*
Cider and White Wine Vi neg ir, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted 1'lo Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Good* delivered -ee. May 28
rr AA BU9BELS BLACK STOCK OB COW
D\J\J PEAS. For sale by
May 28_T. J. KEBB k CO.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BT
DK. H. BABB, No. 131 MEETING?
EISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Scbenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Schuck's Seaweed Tome
' Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remed? and Care
Chloride of Lune
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution *
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pills, kc,, kc.
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, BT
Dr. H. BAER,
April 3 No. 131 Meeting-street.
J?OOK BUYERS WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THIS
The List wiU be Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
FOB SALE AT
FitGA UTI E's BOOK DEPOSITORT.
Catalogue No. 3.
THE MINES OF THE WEST, by B. W. Ray?
mond, Ph. D., Commissioner of Mining Statistics,
TOMMY TRY AND WH AT HE DID IN SCIENCE,
by C. 0. G Napier, td illustrations, $t TS.
HOUSEHOLD FRIENDS, for every Season, with
numerous illustrations and portraits, handsomely
bound in Turkey Morocco, $6 50.
WHITECBOSS' ANECDOTES, illustrative of the
New Testament fL
ANECl OTES ILLUSTR ATIVE OF THE SHORTER
CATECHISM, by John Whitecross, $1.
THE VELOCIPEDE, tis History, Varieties and
Practice, whb illustration?, 60 cents. .
ASPECTS OF 'HUMANITY, Brokenly Mirrored
in the Ever-Swelling Current of Human Speech,
CHAMBERS' MISCELLANY, revised edition,
volume 1,60 cents.
THE SYMBOLISM OP FBEE MASONRY, by A.
G. Mackey, M.D., $2 25. _-\
THE RIFLE AND THE HOUND IN CEYLON,
by Baker, author of the Nile Tributaries, Ac,
CA6T UP BY THE SEA, by Baker, author of
Albert N. Tanza, Ac, 63 cents.
DEEP DOWN, a Tale of the Cornish Mines, by
Ba ll an ty te, $1 50.
BEAUIIPUL SNOW and otherPoems, by J. W.
Watson, $1 25.
IMPRESSIONS OF SPAIN, by Lady Herbert,
with 16 illustrations, $2.
NEW AMERICAN F ABM BOOK, by B. L. Allen,
revised and enlarged, by L. F. Allen, S3 60.
THE RECREATIONS OF A COUNTRY PAR
SON, 1st ard 2d series in 2 volumes, a new edition,
MKS. COWDEN ^LA^KE'S CONCORDANCE TO
6HAKESPEABE, new and revised edition, $12.
CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA, now complete in
10 volumes, price per volume, cloth, $4 60; sheep,
$6; half Turkey, $6 60.
BUSCHENBEBOEB ELEMENT? OF NATURAL
HISTORY, embracing Zool gy. Botany and Geology,
with nearly 1000 illu-tratlona a ad a glossary, 2 vol?
A SMALLER DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, for
the use of schools and young persons, by Wm,
fmitb, LL. D., 13.
ME MO I BS OF BABON BUNSEN, (a new supply
of this delightful biography of one of the most re?
markable men of the age,) $7 60.
Any of the above Books will be sent by Mall Post?
paid on rectipt of price, by addressing
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 Ki .-g-street, (In the Bend,) Charleston, 8. C.
May lt nae fmwSmos
J_?USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, tte.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and Song, with ninety-nine large steel engrav?
ings, imperial 8vo. morocco, $20.
TENNYSON'S Bum, Il Ins tr ?ted by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in an elegant binding, $10. a
TENNYSON'S LocxBLT BALL, Illustrated by Hennesy,
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S ELIOT, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction of the
original manuscript * to. $6.26.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Poems of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations, ito, $10.
THE Bnu>, by Michelet, illustrated by two hundred
?nd ten exquisite engravings by GiacomeUi, $6.
CUBIST IN SONG, or Hyma of Immanuel, selected
from all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D , <jvo, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
COWPKB'S TABLE TALK, and other Poems, beaut!
tully illustrated by the meit eminent English
Artists, 1 voluai?. 4to. $5.
hTonY WITHOUT AN END, from the German of Ga
rove, large ?to, with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water color*, $7 60.
CHRISTMAS CABOL, by Charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Eytlnge, small 4 octavo, SS.
SCOTIA'S BABDS, the choicest productions of the
Scottish Poets, beautlnillv illustrated, 8vo, 54.
MABMION, by Walter Sec tt, with fifteen photographia
LAYS OF THE HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, 8vo, $8.
CHAMBEES' BOOK OF DAYS, a miscellany of popular
antiquities, two large volumes, royal 8vo, $9,
The above are all In elegant bindings.
January 1 lyr
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL. UN?
SURPASSED by any House in the south for comfort
anil health} locality, is open to travellers and others
leaking EOvKD SOP. THE S.MnER. Families
can b . aiAOinutodatcd with nice airy rooms on ita
?on.iblc terms, A call is solicite I.
May 13 lti.o WM. A. WRIGHT.
T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COM2IOI IOCS BOUSE, LOCAT
ED corner o: Broc?waj uuJ Forty-i-vcoL?Vsireof,
nossesso advantaged owr all other bouses i jr ihe ac
>ou.iuodatiou o: its guests, it w.if built osprosily
for a flrf t-cl ass family boarding UJUSC- the rooms
being large and eu suite, beared by steam-with hot
ami cold w .ter. andfuruished Second to none; whlle
the culinary department is ia the most experienced
bandi", all' -rdiug guest* au unen jailed table.
une of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern improvements" and at the service of
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Cars pass the
door every four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth and t eventh
Avenue lines are but a short block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with aU
the depots, steamboat landings, places of abase?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
.HOKE ?t HOLLET, Proprietors.
AI arch 12 6mos
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NOTABYPUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and m WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS.
either In part or whole. Ac_January 9
rTTO BUSINESS HEN.
TFE SU111ER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. ?,
Isl ONE OF THE BEST PAPEBS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a large circulation, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Adores DARR k OSTEDT,
February 22 Propri?t?".