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-Gold closed dull yesterday at New York ai
-The New York Cotton market waa firm.
Sale? 8000 biles at SO cents.
-Cotton a; Liverpool yesterday closed firm?
er. Sales 13,000 bales. Uplands lljd ; Or
-Princess Metternich calla a velocipede "a
machino that acts a fool on rollers."
-Silver coin is sush a drag iu San Francisco
that leading merchants have signed an agree?
ment not to receive it at par in suma above tei
-A new paper, printed in the German Ian
guage sod called the Patriot, bas boon started
iii Richmond. It propose3 to be an i udna trial
tod political organ, takes the conservative
Tiew of the situ iti on, and advocates the elec?
tion of Colonel Walker for Governor. Tbe
German element is progressing in the South
? -The castor beau is becoming sn important
article of culture in Texas. This year hun?
dreds of acre? are planted; the soil is prolific,
and in some instances has yielded sixty bush?
els of castor beans to the acre. Very little
rrjachinery has yet been introduced for getting
ont tbs oil. The ramie plant is also attracting
Attention. It ia looked upon aa of great value
to tho South for the purpose of makins ropes.
. -.Henry Ward Beecher on Sunday preached
against the schemes of church union, whether
planned by Pope, Protestant or Pagan, taking
the novel ground that the strength of the
Chriitan religi?n lies io the number of the ex?
isting denominations. He hopes lo see the
sects increase in namber rather than combine
sid prefers to have the gospel preached by
wicked men rather than not nave it preached
at all. He did not claim ori g inali ty for these
novel ideas, but showed that they were in con?
sonance with those of that astute lawyer, St.
-TaaswNatioial Photographie Association
commenc?e ita an anal session this week in
Boston, Mass. The object o? the association
ia to keep the pubhe informed as to the pro?
gresa of photography; to spread among photo?
graphers a knowledge of the improvements
that are made, both here and abroad, and to
excite and diffuse a taste for the new art An
exhibition will be formed to contain the pic?
tures of contemporary artists, and nuke known
to them and tao pabho the peculiar styles of
th* work at homo sod abroad. There will also
t? - shown1 various photographic apparatus
chemicals and "requisites."
-The critics are enthusiastic about Adelina
Patti. IT they exaggerate naught, marriage
has contributed to perfect the artiste and the
Singer. She ia deso?a;bed as manifesting quali?
ties far which her admirera had not given ber
credit. Her voice, her manner, and tbe mind
tn.her representations are pronounced tobe
^naore ramaikabl? than ever. And she has great
rivals at ber dds. There is oily one opera
house open, and to it have gathered besides
the Patti, Mlle. Titians, tho best living per?
former of great dramatic parts ; tbs Hunga?
rian artiste, Mlle. Urna de Murska ; sud Mik
Nfltsson. That this brilliant circle should keep
together so long, is a flue compriment to the
mt nager, or possibly s sign of a theatrical mil?
-Tbs London Times is now printed bj. new
machinery so perfect and so simple that it
takes but one engineer and three laborers to
print off the whole edition of the Time*. Tho
'principle of the machine is that the paper is
?otcut into sheets before it is printed, but is
brought to the1 ??chine in a long roll. It
passes through tbs machine, is printed on
both sides^anri b divided ss it passes ont, the
wbolo prooe?being automatic. The Idea has
kmg been worked at by engineers, but has
only lately been practically carried ont, under
tbs snpermtendenco of Mr. Macdonald, the
engineer who has charge of the whole Times
rnSohinery. Tbs new machine is called the
Waltet tess, in honor of the chief proprietor
of the Times. It will quite supersede the Hoe
mtcKfn<y and is an improvement upon the ad
aairable French Msrinoni machine.
-A Washington letter says: "Under An?
drew Johnson there was averycle.-er officiai,
* named Cnthaw, who acted as grand usher to
^ihe President. For $160D s year he consented
-to take tbe whole White House on his shoul?
ders. Per that modest sum he was content to
bear the abuse ot countless visitors, and to re?
pay all with uniform politeness and courtesy.
How is it nuder President Grant ? There is
Peut, full Brigadier, with a salary of $5000 per
annum; Crook receiving $1600; Price, likewise,
$1600; young Douglass, $2300; Adams (not
George W., but another man,) $1600; and 81m
mohds, s gentleman of color, $90 per month
for . simply bearing cai da of visitors from the
eminently polite Dent to the President's pri?
vate office. AU these officials combined dis?
charge the duty which Cuahaw monopolized
under President Johnson. In other words, it
now requires $13.380 to accomplish the labori?
ous business of attending tbe White Hoosa
visitors, while it only cost $1600 nuder John?
son. There is nothing like economy.
-A New York correspondent ol the Cin?
cinnati Commercial thus describes one of the
Latest wrinkles in Wallstreet: "As I sat
watching the paaaera-by hurrying up Wall
Street toward the great temple of Mammon
aforesaid, a queer little square box at my el?
bow, perched between tbe two windows of the
broker's office, began to click and clatter with
the jerking sound peculiar to telegraphic in?
struments. The people of the office pricked
np their ears and began to nu ve toward the
mysterious box, from the mouth ot which
was now issuing, in an endless roll, long,
narrow strips of white paper. T.iking up
the paper as it w jund itself off the reel
(for this part of the intelligent machine is
autonatfc) we read s long string of
printed characters Like the following: N. W.
$1L P. B-103, Read'g 97?, B. S, Hud. 156*-*.
H. T. C. 184 B. f. 128A, S. SO, AL S. 106,-L F.
W. 15ft, 600N. W. 91|, 200 P. M. 94 The little
abbreviated and sententious announcements,
as I was qm ck ly made aware, were the quota,
tiona of stocks, st tha' moment being made in
the "Long Boom' of the Stock Exchange, and
transmitted by an operator there to the bro?
kers and bankers Bitting in their own offices.
As the curions little instrument ph ed its cease?
less telegraphy, more an J rn Dre of tbe long roll
Of paper was unwound from tbe supply reel,
and, stamped with the ratmm.iti.tn of the
varying ups and downs of stocks and bonds
aud gold, went coiling itself up into
a targe basket underneath. Tb is won?
derful maohino works all day, from be
tweon 9 and 10 until after 4 o'clock, and ie
watched with keen interest by many busy eyes,
too bnsy togo in person to the St; ok Ex*
change, or too willing to escape the infernal
turmoil of the yelling ringa of 'bulls' and
'bears'that there conspire to make hideous
the day. I learned that there are no less than
two hundred and thirty or these private print?
ing telegraphs in operation in and around
Wall-Street offices, and that tho company
owning and operating them stand ready to
fnrniab them in any city wbere a dozen or
mora would be used, so as to justify the ex?
pense of m mating them and keeping them in
order. Tho cost is a mere trifle, compared
with the incalen! able convenience and ad?
vantage of thia instantaneous knowledge of
the fluctuations of the market. I was told that
$200 a year more than covered the expense to
each broker owning an instrument."
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1869.
The Value of Our Lamas.
There was an error of some consequence
in the statistical tables printed in TUE
NEWS of the 27th ult. The total number
of acres of land in the State, shown in de?
tail in table No. 8, should be 16,001,974 in?
stead of 41,513,216. This error will, of
oonrse, be readily detected bj adding to?
gether the number of acres ia the different
In regard to the statement made in these
columns that the Appropriation aot limits
the amount of State taxes for the year to
not exceeding $1,000,000, while the rate of
taxation assessed by the State Auditor at
three-fourtaa of one per cent, should pro?
duce $1*230,000, we are in possession of
fariner information. The State Auditor
fays, as we are informed, that the oolleo
' lion of taxes will be stopped ss soon as the
amount received reaches $998,000, the
amount actually appropriated by the Gene?
ral Assembly to meet the expenses and in?
terest of the year. The Auditor thinks it
very doubtful if the required amount of
$998,000 can be collected, after deducting
the property exempted from taxation, and
the amounts (under $150) exempted by law
from all taxation, whioh are included in the
total assessment of $1,230,000, as well as
the loss by defaulters and evasions of the
The State Auditor doubtleas has noted in
perfect good faith; but it still appears to
ns that the letter of the law, limitieg the
whole amount to be assessed, should have
been complied with.
The table of the assessed values of cul?
tivated, uncultivated and waste lands, pub?
lished in Tn Naws of yesterday, will give
onr people some idea of the magnitude of
the advantages whioh they can offer to
intending Immigrants. The price at whioh
these lands have been returned for taxa?
tion must be, in many oases, far below the
intrinsic value, although, perhaps, not be?
low the pri?e they would bring if forced
upon a stagnant market. Bat nuking all
dat allowance for the pr?sent abnormal
depreciation of valons, the grand fact
stands ont that arable and ploughed lands,
in the mest healthy counties of tb? State,
may be bought at prioea ranging from $5
to $10 per aere, while wood and uncultiva?
ted laids atay be bought at from* $2 to $5
per aere. Immigrants can, therefore, bay
cleared land in this 8 tate suitable for the
cultivation of eora, wheat and cotton, at a
lower pri?e than, aa far as we know, simi- I
lar land can be bought in any other ?art of
the West or South. They will also enjoy
the certainty that their property will rap?
idly Lacrease in value; for th* completion
of the Blue Ridge Railroad and the influx
bf labor whioh will be obtained from one
source or another, cannot fail to enhance
theiatrinsio and market value of all the
property In the State.
Spain and the Confederacy.
The New York papers are all agog over
a statement made not long since by Mr. H.
J. Perry, the American Secretary of Lega?
tion in Spain, to the effect that the Govern?
ment of Spain had resolved at one period
of onr late civil war to oommenoa hostili?
ties against the United States. The New
York Times, in alluding to the matter, re?
marks : " From Information that has since
"reached us, we are inclined to believe the
"statement well founded. The determination
"of Spain was brought about by the intrigues
"of the Emperor of the French, and wae
"based on a complaint that our government
"had been guilty of a violation of neutral
"rights. The 9th of October, 1863, was
"fixed upon as the day for commencing
"hostilities, orders to that effect having
"already been sent out by the Spanish
"Government. Bnt through the active ef?
forts of liberal Spaniards, devoted friends
"of our oause as identical with their own,
"counter orders were sent out by the
"steamer from Cadiz of September 15, 1863,
"and the whole affair was suppressed. ID
"the present condition of Spanish politics
"it would be highly imprudent to disclose
"the names of the persons who rendered us
"this service. They are all now, since the
"revolution, prominent public men, and
"their positions and influence would be
"seriously compromised by a premature
"disclosure of their agency ia this transac?
THE question of what onstitutes a "fam?
ily," in the eye of the law, has lately been
raised in Georgia. An application had
been made before the Ordinary of Coweta
County for homestead, under the constitu?
tion and laws of Georgia, from Colonel Joe
Calhoun, a baohelor, aged sixty years.
Celonel Calhoun's creditors filed objection
to the passage of an order by the ordinary
assigning homestead in this oase, on the
ground that the applicant was not the
"head of a family," in a legal sense. It
was admitted that he had neither wife nor
children, but had servants in his employ?
ment, and his counsel oontended that this
fact constituted him the "head of a family."
The ordinary sustained the objections, and
the applicant appealed to the Superior
A '* WOMAN'S. PABUAJDEBT* is tbe latest pru?
jeok ofilia dissatisfied petticoats of Now York.
Tha body is to assemble on tho 5th of Octo?
ber, at the call and trader tho auspicien of a
committee, of which Mrs. D. G. Croly is chair?
man. Thc circular states tho object of this
parliament to bs to organize a legislative body
of worn on to represent women upon all sub?
jects of vital interest to themselves and their
children. The function of the parliament is to
crystallize the intelligence and influence of
women into a moral and reformatory power
which will act definitely upon all the varied
interests of society. Among the special sub?
jects mentioned for consideration are public
education, prisons and reformatory schools,
health, female labor, household economy, and
corruption in public life, lt is proposed to
make the parliament wholly distinct and
apart from "the demand for women's rights,
ao-caUod." lt will only recognize women's
duties and propose a way to perform them.
THE JEWS are very aotive and growing in
wealth and influence. There are ten regularly
employed Babbis in New York City,'and nearly
as many synagogues. Cincinnati is not be
I bind New York in this respect, and there are
four or five in Boston. Some of their syna ?
gogues in New York and Cincinnati are amongst
the most costly and splendid religious edifices
in the United States. They have schools of I
the highest order, are projecting an American [
Jewish University, and have already one or
two theological seminaries. Three matters of |
importance, we are told, are just now occupy?
ing the attention of the Jews at large. One
is tbe revocation of the decree of 1495, by
which Jews wore banished from Spain; tbe
second is the establishment of an agricultural
colony in Palestine; the third is a proposal to
hold a universal synod in Germany next sum?
mer. For a race four thousand years old these
are signs of considerable vitality.
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BOARD iv NEW YORK, BY MKS. M.
A. BIGELOW, (formerly of Georgia.) at No. 36
EAST T W?LF TH-STEEE T. Families visiting that
city will find this a very deshable location for con?
venience and comfort, fir 2* June 4
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TBTS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN?
SURPASSED by any House io the south for comfort
and healthy locality, is open to travellers and others
seeking BOlBD FOR IHK SIMMER. Families
can bn accommodated with nice airy rooms on lea
sonable terms, A call is solicited.
May 13 lu.0 WM. A. WRIGHT.
T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOE [ODS HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ol Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot Its guests. It was built expressly
for a first-cluBS family, boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold water, and tarnished second to none; while
the culinary department ls io the most experienced
bands, affording guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern improvements" and at the Bervlce 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 .k evenih
Avenue lines are buta short block on either side,
afford log ample facilities for communicating with ali
the d?pota, steamboat landings, daces of arcase,
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MORE At HU LL KY, Proprietors.
March 13 Cmos
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FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. O.
E. WILLIS.A. B, 0HI60LM
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LT WHITE Biri or worn rn, tier nan preferred,
ompetcnt to tuite entire charge of an infant four
uonths old. One who eau come well recommended
iud none elso need inply; ra iy bear of a good Lome
p.v applyiug at No. 15 LYrtCH-aTREEr.
WAMI I) A MAN M IC KV A NT ACCUS
TOM ED to wait in a hou?e. Apply at THIS
)FFIOE. 3* June 4
JIAWTKKWA ?TED.-AN At 1 1 Vi- AM)
5 competent fcAWYER, to take charge of a first
?lass Gang raw Mill ia the city. Apply through BOX
to. 2 JG, (.'tar les ton Poitoffl.e. wfm3 June 2
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rent $10 or SU a month. Any having such
viii find a good tenant by eddresaing E. L., through
Post office. ruwfO* June 1
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A LOT AT
Magnolia Cemetery. Address S. H. J
SEWS OFFICE. June 1
TRANSPORTATION W A N T K D .
Captains of small Vessels cm find employ
ment by applying at the foot of Bee-street, to JOHN
McCRADY. May !"
WANTED, BY A MARRIED ?IAN, A
situation in some Cctton Mill South or South?
west; is acquainted with all branches, haring work?
ed in them all. but should select WEAVING as a
choice, larties wishing to engage sacha person
?ill please address a note, stating terms, to J JHN J.
KELLY, No. 148 btate-street, Boaton. May 2*
AYOUNG LADY DESIRES A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. No objection to
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ences given and required. Address A. B , Key Box
No. 33, Charleston Postofflce. May 15
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEA-DING MAGAZINES AND NEW?
PAPEBS, at publisher's rates.
CBABLES C. BIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 KUtg-strebt
WANTED-AGKNT8-TO SELL THE
AMERICAN KNII1ING MACHINE. Price
125. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to Agent?. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING M AC BINE COMPANY,
Boston. Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
May 4 _78
WA NT KD, FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL?
LING SALESMEN In every State. Good
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Address, with ?tamp, B. F. HOWE, No. 639 Arch
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April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of aU kinds, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly In the neatest
style and at the lowest New fork prices, at 1 HE
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WANTED. AGENTA FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FA KM BBS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart, V. H., of Misa
i he work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment or horses and mules,
both in sickness and health. It has won its way to
popular favor, and is today the most popular and
best selling Horse Book ont Addreaa O. F. VEN i,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
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troduce the OENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
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:bine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
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will pay $1000 tor any michino th - will sew a
'tronger, more biaut?ul. or more ela?Je seam than
mrs. It makes the ' Elastic Lock stitch " Every
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nlssion from which twice that amount can be made,
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parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines,
indor the same name or otherwise. Ours is the
inly genuine and really practical cheap machine
nanulactured. 78 May 4
A N KLBGANT HOI'S K AND LOT TO
A. BENT IS SUMMERVILLE.-TO BENT,
rom mod lons HOUSE, nearly new, containing sis
-corns, besides pantry and dressing room, with
toed outhouses, carriage house and ?table, situated
?pon a lar^e dry lot af five acre?, in Summerville.
lhe water ls excellent. Terms moderate. Pos
lession given immediately.
BREWSTER, SP BATT k BU BEE,
Attorneys at Law, No. 98 Broad-street.
RO RENT, PAKT OF A HOUSE DE?
LIGHTFULLY - i tua ted in the western part of I
he city. Bent low. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
June 3 2
RRBNT, OW. SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a first-class newly renovated DOUBLE PIAZZ *
HOUSE, containing nine rooms and kitchen. The
?rbole premises are substantially fenced in. and ta?
lludo a well of floe water; the bouse ls well furn ?un?
id and may be so rented, or the furniture for ssle.
apply at THE DAILY NEWB OFFICE. June 3
RO H KM', A SMALL HOUSE IN QUEEN
STREET, near Rutledge, with four square
?ooma, two dressing rooms and pantry. Apply to
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FRBNT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
at the northeast corner of Bogard and Coming
treeta. Apply to J. D. KENNEDY, No. 124 Church
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OIBERS
having houses to rent, can have their Placards,
ic., printed at the lowest rates, and in the newest
nd neatest styles of type, st THE NEWS JOB OF
. IVE. No. 149 East Bay.
A MARVIN'S SAFE, MEDIUM SIZE,
A. and a LETTER COPYING PBE9S, both new,
or sale, owner ieiving the etty, at No. 10 BBOAD
ITREET, up-stairs, Liverpool and London and Globe
hsurance Company's B gilding. 2 June 4
F?R SALK, A GOOD SCHOONER,
built of Liveoak. carry! ag 20 cordi wood ; will
HS sold low at BEAN I'd SHIP YARD.
June 2 wfm
FOR SALE.-THE UNDERSIGN ED OF- |
WEMb for sale a one-half interest in the office of
i HE ABBEVTLLtc BANNEB, to a cash purchaa< r.
The office it well supplied with printing material; ha?
imple facilities for Job Printing, as well as the pub
tcatlon ol a weekly newspaper. The paper bas a
argo hst of subscribers, and enjoys an advertising
latronage second to no other paper in the State,
terms made known and further particulars giren on
ippllcatlon. W. W. FABROW.
April 26 mwflmo
SODA WAT K ll APPARATUS COW.
PLKTE, GENERATOR, TWO FOUNTAINS,
DB ACQ BT STAND. MA BBLE 81 AB. tc Price $150.
?poly at No. 110 MEETING-STREET.
FOR SALK, A NEW BATT EAU, TWEN?
TY feet in length, 3 feet 4 inches across the
keel, and 4 feet 7 inches scrota tbe gunwale. Apply
lt No. 15 GADSDEN STREET, sear Montague.
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
(1) One 12-horse Portable ENGINE
(1) One 4-borse Portable Engine.
(1) One 8-horsc-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON. BABBLE! k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. Price "5 cents per hundred.
Tbe cheapest wrappio* paper tliat can be used. Ap
ply at the omeo of TH E N h.Wa. March 1
AUCTION EE HS, B IS <) K K lt s , A S D
others wishing "tor Sale" 1 heard?, Busine?
L'arJs, or other Jou Prinlinff exi culed with nrat
uees and dispatch, will consult their lutcrcst by leav?
ing tboir orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
149 East Bay.
pst nab /0nnH.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.-STO?
LEN on the night of the 1st June, a pair ot
MARE MULES ?one is a medium size white Mule,
blind in right eye and scar on right shoulder; ihe
other is siso a medium' uze Mule, sorrel, with
tongue badly cut, but cow hel led. The above re
war i will be paid for the safe delivery, or informa?
tion that will lead to the recovery oi the same, at
T. D. M tR EE's Broad Axe Plantation, Monck's Cor?
ner, S. C._fmw3?_June 4
STOLEN, FROM MRS. LE V?t Y SMOKE,
in Colleton County, two miles from Walterboro',
on the night of tbe 10th April hst, her only MARE.
1 he Mare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well built; her body long; both tore f*et and
one hind foot are white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. S. The Mare was followed fifteen milea above
Walterboro'. in the direction of Barnwell. A while
man was riding her. Mrs. Smoke could not have
tho thief tallowed for want of means, and her little
crop must be los*, without help. Any information
relative to the Mare will be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Coun?
ty. May 21
O BUSINESS MEN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
l< OSE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a bree circulation, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addres DARR k 0>TE?N,
February 22 Propnefor-\
?TItH rOu>KI(VA.M R LUD GK, Ko. 73,
A. r. M.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
LOT GK will bn bold THB EVENING, lit Masonic
Sall, at tight o'clock procistly.
Candidates for First Degr?smun be punctual.
fy order W M. JAMkS CALDWi LL.
M A H Kl V t.ouut;, yo. 3, I. O. O. F.
THE REGULAR WErKLY MEE1ING OF THIS
Lodgewill be beld THIS EVENIMO, at Eight
a'clock, at Odd Fellow's Hall, corner Einband
Liberty streets. Members are requested to attend.
By order N. G. ROBERT C. STARR.
June 4_f_Record bag Secretary.
EAGLE STEAN FI HE ENGINE COM?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
a Regular Monthly Meeting of your Company,
lt your Hall, on Tais (Friday) EVENING, 4th instant,
rt Eight o'clock.
Byorder. ARTHUR M. COHEN.
June 4 . Secretary.
MARION KIKE E.NGIME COMPANY.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET?
ING of yoar Company, at your Hall, IBIS
[Friday) EVEKING, at Eight o'clock.
Byorder. G. A. CALDER,
June 4 _t ecre'ary.
M. A. ANO P. A.
THE REGUL AR MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIA?
TION will be held THIS EVENINO, Jure 4tb,18.19.
An election for Officers will ba held, and also vari?
ous committees will be prepared to report. Members
will piesse be punctual. Ey order.
June 4 -, Secretary.
Uotiffj in p?n?rnpifn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED StATKS, FOR SOUTH CAROLTNA
MAY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF 1HOMAS
JEFFERSON TEAGUE.OF Ei'GKFIELD COCK TY,
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That
bearing be had on the TWENTY-EIGHT DAT OF JUNE,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston. B.C.,
and that all Creditors, Ac, of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, and show cause, If any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 37th day of Mr.v. 1869.
Clerk ot the District Cour: of the U. S. for a. C.
TN THE DISTRICT COUHT OF THE
1 UNITED STATES, FOB S0D1H CAROLINA
MAY 1 ERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF LACON
R. 1 ILM AN, OF EDGEF1ELD COUNTY.
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN HANK RUPTCY.-Ordered, I hat
hear, n g be had on the TWEirr i-EIGHTH DIT or JUNE,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. C. ; and
that all Creditors, otc, of said Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show cause, if any they can,
why the praier of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 37th day of May,
1869. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for
South Carolina. fl May 28
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED 8TATES FCB ROUTH CAROLINA
MAY TERM, 1869.-TN THE MATTER OF ABNER
G. TEAGUE, OF EDGE?TELD C0UN1Y, BANK?
RUPT.-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, Th ?ti
hearing be bod on the TWENTY-EIGHTH DAT or JUNE,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston.South Caro?
lina: and that all ere di tora, ic, of said Bankrupt
appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any
they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
be o ranted.
By order of the Court, the 37th day of May,
1869. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for
South Carolina. 12 May 28
yoe OUGHT TO INSURE IN THE
FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st Because it is a home institution managed and
controlled by your own citizens. '
2d. Because it la the only monied institution of
the kind that loans its funds in the States from which
they are derived.
Sd. Because it is purely mutual; all policy holders
share in ita profita or earnings. Its urge and In?
creasing assets belong exclusively to the policy
4th. Because its rates are lower than those of most
other companies. And its dividends win be larger.
6th. Because lt Invests its funds at rates of interest
averaging ten per cent., while Eastern comp mles'
rates average leas than seven per cent. This makes
the dividends of the Association larger and tho rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollars Improved
at six per cent, for fifty Tears will amount to $1,843 Ol
The same amount Invested at ten per cent, will pro?
duce $11.739 09. Difference in favor of the ten per
cent investment $9,897 08.
6th. Because you ought to insure in a successful In
satutioa. and the Life Association of America is ac
knowledged by its enemies as well aa its friends to
be by (kr tbe most successful life insurance institu?
tion of its age in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN THIS COMMTJN1T?.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of tbs State of Missouri (according to law, for the
protection of policy holders.
H. G. LOPEB, Prea'nt (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
VT. G. GIBBES, vice-President (W. G. Whllden A Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, M. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele k Wardell.)
0. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evans k Cogswell.)
G. W. AIM AR, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'J Superintendent S. C. Railroad.
C. F. PANKN1N, Drngsiat.
JAS. E. SPEAR. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
K. P. CARTEK, Secretary a? nd Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 40 Broad-street.
J ll E HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
8. C. TARDY, & CO., PBOPBIETOBS,
PBDFE380B J. L. CADELI.. M. D., OF THE UNI?
VERSITY OF VIBOINIA, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF
VI8I10S8, June 1st, under the management of J.
A. Mc LU MG. All the bul ?dings having been re?
paired, painted and fitted oat with new Furniture,
Linen, Beds and 'I able-ware, these SPRINGS offer
unsurpassed attractions to both the invalid and plea
sure-seeVer. No cxpeuee or effort has been spared
by the Proprietors to make it as comfortable and
pleasant as possible to all visitors.
49*The HOI WATEBS here have been well known
for more than half a con tu ry to possess, in a wonder?
ful degree, Tonic, Alterative, Derurgent and Stimu?
lating Properties, and have become justly celebrated
for the cure ot Rheumatism, Gout, Diseases of the
Liver, Skin, Bladder and Womb. Paralysie, the result
of injury or serlou* effusion ; Contraction of Muscles
and Joints, Diarrhoea, and Dyspepsia, accompanied
with tore Mouth and Tongue.
Descriptive Pamphlets furnished by the Manager
at the Springs, or by 3. C. TARDY k CO.. Rich?
A telegraph oQl o will bs r-tabash:-.! at the
Spring?, thus ntl'ir.i lng ?Hitor" an opportunity of
prompt commULleaUon wtlb every part of the coun?
try._ Imo_May 22
TXTHITE SCLPHU? SPRINGS,
OBEENBBIEB COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA.
THESE CELEBRATED SPRINGS, SO FAVORA?
BLY known tor their valuable ALTERYTIVE WA?
TER*, charming summer climate, and as one of the
mo-t tashioaable resorts iu the country, will be
open for company on the 1Mb of May. and with the
extensive ira nov.-m'-nt s that have been made, will
oe prepared tor thc comfortable accommodation of
FIFTEEN HUNDRED TO TWO THOUSAND
The WHITE SULPHUR is now the western termi?
nus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and tbe
cars of thal road (in i onnecUon with telegraphic fa?
cilities) will be 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 accommodati on, of the large number of visi?
tors that will resort to the Springs the present sea?
?-One of the best LAWN AND BALL-BOOM
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 the season.
Charges w<U be $25 per week, and $90 per month.
Children under ten years of age and colored ser?
vants, half price. White sei vants, according to ac?
PEYTON9 & CO.,
White Sulphur Spring*, West Virginia.
(Oot?jini} ono /am is I) inj} 03 aub 5.
Q.REAT CLEARING OUT SALE.
THE LARGEST STOCK O.T
[n this City, to be sold regardless of cost in manuiac
taring the same.
Ia order to dispose of our entire Stock for the
COMING FALL TRADE,
We hare BEDUCED THE PBI0E9 regardless or the
cost of manufacturing the same.
All persons in want of anything tn our Une wi'l do
well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
we guarantee a savin; of
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFT? PER CENT.
To all who buy of us.
?your terms will be STRICTLY CASH.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE,
No. 303 King-street, and No. 167 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
June 4 fl Btu th Imo
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BLACKWELL'S N jjw STORE,
No. 519 KI \ Q'S TR BET,
ONE DOOR BELOW M A RE ET-ST BEET,
May 5 wfmlmo
Pm ?00toi etc.
1ST E W GOOL
J. R. READ & CO.
No. ?63 KINO.STREET.
HAVE THIS DAY OPENED* AN* ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
M which they Invite the attention of the Ladies.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-1 WIDE-A NBW ARTI?
Black Crape Mareta, 8-4 wide
nisei: Iron Grenadine, 8-4 wide
Black dernannl Grenadine, 84 wide.
White Crape Maretz, 8-4 wide
White Barege, 8 4 wide.
Herannis, Bareges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma?
retz and Tami-e Clot3?, in ordinary widths.
J. R. READ aft CO.
19 1-3 CEBITS.
WE ARE TO-DAY OFFERING A FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, at 12 s cents per yard.
J. R. READ afc CO.
MOSQUITO BOBBIN ET,
MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE
White Coating Linen
Printed Linen Lawns
New Muslins and Organdies
New Percales and Peques
Richardson's Irish Linens
Linen bb ec Ung, \'? wide
Pillow Case Lin?n
New York Mills Longcloth
Wamsutta, Masonvilie, Lonsdale, and other fa?
vorite brands of yard wide Bleached Shirt?
Ladles Summer Under Vests
Men's Ganse Merino Under Vests.
J. R. READ aft CO.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half a ose, in best English manu facture
LADIES LI-)LE UHEEADGLOVES
Gentlemen's Lisle. Thread Gloves
Children's Lisle Thread Glees.
COMPRISING IW PAST:
NAINSOOK MUSLINS, MULL?, JACONETS,
Cambrics, Bishop and Victoria Lawns; Swisses-in
plain, striped and checks; 8-4 French M uanna, Or?
gandies, Tarletans, kc, ko.
J. B. READ ?ft CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVELTIES IN LAOS GOODS
and Embroideries, as usual.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. ?63 KING-STREET.
DRY GOODS ! DRY GOODS !
G-REAT ATTRACTION !
No. 391 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY 1NFOBM THE LA?
DIES aud public generaUy that be has JUST
OPENED a large and well selected STOCK OF DBY
GOODS, wh'ch will be sold at prices which will
defy competition, coodsting in part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 26* cents per yard worth 40 cen-s.
LE NOS AND MOZAMB?Q?ES
At 30 cents worth SO cents to Finest Quality.
A full and complete stock of CALICOES, Long
cloths. Sheetings, Pillow Casings. Irish Linens, Ta?
ble Damasks, Towellings, Diapers, Hosiery, Gloves,
Cassi meres, Tweeds, Embroideries, Laces, White
Goods, Lace Shawls, Parasol*, Con.-ts, Hoopsklrts,
Fans, Notions, kc.
Terms cash or city acceptance.
No. 894 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wenthworth.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
IMMENSE BF DUC HON IN PRICES MADE IN
order to eff^-'t a clearance of special lota ol
Goode, ou hand and to arrive.
Thin is au opportunity which should not bo lost
eight of by ready money purchasers.
The following are a few quotations from some
CHAPE MARETZ at 25 and 30 cent?, bot
FINE STYLES OF BALMORALS at SI 75
PM1UE only 30 cents; Marseilles 40 and 50 cents
PAKA*OL>S, a nice selection, from 60 cents up
FINE BLACK SILKS reduced to $2; $2 25 a
very fine artlc'e.
FINE FRENCH CORSETS, from 90 cents
DIAPER LINEN, DOYLIES, and other
Linen goods, 10 and 15 per cent, cheaper than any
W300 DOZEN TOWELS from 12? to 60 cents
LADIES' AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR
at ir od era te prices
4-4 LONGCL.OTHS from 12 % cents up
MEN'S FINE PANAMA HATS only$l 63
DOMESTIC GOUDS, Hosiery, Gloves, weU
asssorted end sold at nearly cost price.
FURCHGOTT dc BRO'S.,
No. 437 King-street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department for Boots, 8hoes, Hats
and Trunks. 3mos May 3
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. P1NGBEE,
No. 140 Meeting-s?reet, Charleston.
March 24 6mo
(?rorcries nnb ?iisafontM.
I f\ HHDS. PRIME C. B. RIDES
LU 10 ends. Prim? Shoulders
10 boxes Pry Malted O. R. Mdes.
Jost received and lor sal* by
Jane i 1_R. k A. P. CALDWELL.
SPANISH CUVES AND
CL A't ET VV ? IS K.
RE\LSPANI*HOLTVE-? AT 60 CENTS A QUART
and at tl 69 a (tallou,
(iLABET WOHL very fine, at $160 a gallon.
For sale at L SCHNELL'8,
June* 2? . No. 100 Martet-strret.
EASTERN HAY LANDING.
QAA BALE8 EASTERN HAY PER SCHOONER
O* 'U LEILA at Palmetto Wharf, for sale low
while landing, by WIST k JONES,
Jnne 4_1_No 76 East Bay.
LESIONS ! LEMONS !
Qt BOXES PB ME MES -INA LEMONS, AX
O O t V 50 per box, and 40 c an ts per dozen.
For aale by Mrs. O. D. KENRICK,
Jnne 3 2_No. 88 Market-street.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
A S\ HHDS. PBTME TO CHOICE GROCERY
100 boxes Prime to Choice Grocery Sugar
9S hhda. strictly Choice Porto Rico Sugar
76 poncheors Choice Porto Bice Molasses
60 hhda. New Crop Clayed Molasses
60 bhda. New Crop Cuba Melasse?.
On the wharf and in store. For aale in lots lo snit
purchasers by W. P. HALL A- CO.,
May 18_tniB_Brown k Co.'s Wharf.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, moat de talons and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac, put up lnl rb. pack- '
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccat'd Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings1, Cakes,
ftc, put np in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American, in han* pints, pinta
Cider and White Wine Vineg ir, warranted pnap
Fresh Roasted Bio Coffee, of good quality, iv 35c.
Just received and for gale by
CO-OPEBAITVE GROCERY STOBB,
Southwest corner Meering and Market streets.
Goods deUvered free._May 28
fT fifi BUSBELS BLACK STOCK OB COW
OUU PEAS. For sale by
May 26_T. J. KERB k CO.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR HALB BT
DR. H. DAER, No. 131 MEETING
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Pnlmcmic Syrup 1
Schenk'a Seaweed Tonic
Saratoga "A" Water
Cheroi.ee Remedy and Cure
Bo uvenating Elixir
Chloride of Lime
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
Brown's Chlo rod yne
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pilla, ftc,, ftc
April 8 _
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, BY
Dr. H. BABB,
April 8 No. 131 Meeting-street.
-jyj la. FILLET,
TROT, NSW YORK,
SITO YES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
WARE, Ac. r
" PH1LANTHBOP18T," " CHIEF COOE,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "(JfvTLIAN''
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
ABD rom SALI BT
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOR
capacity, durability, conveniences and the general
purposes to which Cooking Stoves are used. TBS
PHILANTHROPIST is extra heavy plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be made into a six-boiler hole
stove ; baa cast iron Water Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN la of a neat design, and has a fine large
Oven. This Store oan be bid with the extension
back, six hole?, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply to
D. L FULLERTON,
January 36 Imo* Augusta, Gs.
NEUFYILLE k HANNAM,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPERS,
CARDS, CARD BOARDS.
BILL HEADS, ?to.
Ko. 9 Bro ad-Street,
CHA B L E S T O H , S. C.
B. K. NEUFYILLE. WM. HANNAM
DM NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 EAST BAY.
VISITING CARDS *
Printed lia the neatest style ?nd nt th?
J W. & L. G. WELLS di CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PRATT-STRE ET.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ot early
* MELONS.'.ftc *
We guarantee highest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our house. Stencil
Plates furniabed free of charge. amos May 3