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?BWS S ? XX ART.
-Gold closed at 37.
-In New York cotton closed doll and heavy j
atffliatt. % ,
-Cotton in Liverpool at noon yesterday was
a shade easier, Uplands 12id; Orleans 12fcl.
-John H. Surat t is a Bal timor? commission '
? -The total receipts of the Boston Jubilee j1
was nearly $1,000,000. M
-The late Derby race in England "broke" a '
finke, an earl and a lord. 1
-The North Carolina University has ten !
trustees and seven students.
-G?n?ral Ku: by Smith, late of the C. 8. Ar- jj
ny, is principal of a military academy in New
-Two men have been arrested in New York 11
who have followed the business of altering gas 1 *
meters so that customers may defraud the gas I
company. * . -
. -A fluid preparation, it ia reported, has
been discovered by an English che?ni"1, which, I ;
he asserts, will in fire years' time con vert ha- J ."
nan bodies into stone. . *
-The vegetarians bf Germany recently held I '
their first convention at Werdshaueen. They j
publish a vegetarian joura il, wbloh is taken by I *
- mo: e than a thousand subscribers. 1
-For the week endTaJg Jane 5 ten steamers I T
left Liverpool for the United States and 11
Canada, with nearly 7800 souls on board. j
-Colonel Green Clay, grandson of Henry *
Clay, and a large planter in Missiasippi, is .
talked of for Conservative candidate for Con?
gressfrom that State.
-The preparatory- commissions for the I
<Benmenioal Council continue their labors in
Rome. Several Bishops and Missionaries sod I .
the Patriarch of Jerusalem have arrived. j
-Ihe Schueissofest commenced at Jones
wood to-day. The attendance was immense. I
D?tegsj?ons from Charleston, Baltimore, Wash-1
ington and other cities were present. The va
rions shooting societies, with ' their guests, j
formed a precession of a half mile long.. j -
. -A Mme. Kenyon, one of the riders in Rob- j J
anson's Circus, exhibiting in .SJT?ghenyy Ps., Ipi
met with quite a serious accident on Friday. |t
She was about jumping through one of the j,
paper hoops, when her clothing caught on the .
hoon And she was thrown violently to the j
ground, striking on her bead, and brent. She C
was quite painfriljy injured, and had to be car- 8
ried fi om the ring. Jo
-The New Orleans collectors hip was given l-d
to-Colonel Casey, one pf General Grant's.nu- r
ra emus relations. He 'new refuse? to be con
ttolAd by the Republican . poinciana in rela- -j
tion to customhouse anpoiatmenta, and is bon- I
sequently denounced ?j i hi m as a renegade J *
and a friend of -"rebels.* Thora is no prospect, I ^
however, of obtaining his removal, and Casey t
only laughs and pursues the even tenor of his J c
way. It I s wen to'be rebated to a President.' t
-A Wa-fcing'o i letter, of the 19th inst., L
Bays ? "A meeting of several wealthy gentle? t
men*, uondin? J. C. McGuire ami Jonah D. .
"Hoover, of thu city, an 1 Hon. J. V. L. Pruyn, 1
Of N, e w York, was hali at Worm loy's last even- I
io g to consider the propriety ef putting the c
old "National Intelligencer" on h hew footing, i
by .supplying, the. neoessary f andi for its pus> t
Lc i tion, and thorough! y reorganizing its mac- j
agement. . lim purpose is to make it the cen
tral organ of the national Democracy, and sup
ply salarient capital to insure ita pecuniary
success. A number of prominent gentlemen I (
were named in connection with the editorial
department. But nothing de uni te was agreed
on. Another meeting is to be held." 1
-A Washington dispatch tells us: "The I <
subject of Chinese immigration^o the Pacific I i
slope wfll bs brought befora% Congress at its I 1
next session. 8everal prominent representa- ?
fives are noir on a visit to California for the I ]
express p?rpese of studying the whole ques?
tion, and another gentleman leaves here in a M
few days for San Francisco with similar inten?
tions. It is apprehended that the number of Chi- <
nese who will arrive hera within ten years will 11
be estimated by millions; and the theory of j
sonia newspaper and. politiniana, that they I -
come merely tor the purpose of working, with- I '
ont any intention or desire to par ti ci pa to in M
our politic?, is. regarded by many as an as?
sumption not altogether warrantod by fact, 11
histoiy or experience." I I
-4 New York letter says : "The imnmse i
number of entrants now daily arriving at I .
this port snxpasses anything ever heretofore L
known in the history of the city. It far sar- j ,
passes ia ?umber th? great nnh to this conn
try from abroad during the firstdiscovery in j '
California. They come in immense cargoes I
da-- by day, and more, still more are coming. 11
In fact, it is said by air agent of one of che I \
leading European steamship lines that not I <
enough ships are offering on the other side to I j
take all those anxious to emigrate over the At- I
lantic. The class emigrating bitherward ap- J '
pear to be also of better calibre, ^witb more I 1
money- and lees greenish looking than tbos9 I !
who used to come years ago. The Germans 1
are by far in the majority of the new arrivals, <
while there ia a decided falling off in thn num?
ber of Irish emtgrauts." J |
-Mr. John W. Forney has dutifully allen led
the great Peace Jubilee, and regularly trans- I
milted the' most, voluminous ace mn ts of its
wonders to his two papers, both daily. Dor- :
in g his four days of s?jh t-- ~ <nug he has, by his I i
own account, been "pen ided" by "one .prac-1 j
ticed thought,'' and Tinder its inflaeuco has put I j
to himself the fofl ow in g queries: "What would
the Southern States of this Union bs to-day,
1? with til their affluence of soiland climate, (
they hatf been gui de i by men full of the oner- I '
gy and eonseioeeoof the Ne? England Purl- 11
tans? And then leaked: What can they not he | i
if they, nobly follow tbs ex un pie and accept I ;
Ihe docfrhu e of these brave pioneers of liber-1 ?
\j ?" As Mr. Forney gives no solution to his
puzzles we shall not attempt to do &o. They '
are cg^y instances showing how the most fool. 1
ish men ask quest iona that the wisest cannot 1
ah? wer. Mr. Forney may, ho we vee, rest asa ur- ]
ed that sorely as the Southern people are trou- j
bled, they have never yet regretted that their <
forefather- were not numbered . among the
chosen band of Praise-God-iarebonea.
-The arre* e* the Jeni a bea had the effect 1
ol hurryingp Cuban revolutionary move- '
maota, A Urge numher of recruits arrived in 1
New- Yera- Wednesday, and are to be transfer- i
red io tue-bjats to a steamship which will
await them in the lower bay. The expedition?
ary vessel has been filled with a large supply
of small arma and all the necees ?ry outfit for
infantry and cavalry regiments, besides having
uniforms for the volunteers, which will be
worn ss soon as they are safely on board.
Many of the enlisted men are old soldiers who
have sean war service on both sides in the.
late rebellion. They all display great ardor, j
and are eager to engage in the Cuban strug- f
pl& Their services wer e mostly secured by f
advertisements in the newspapers. There are
several respectable and determined moo among
them, and these are willing to devote them- 1
selves for weal or woe to the revolutionary J<
cause. As for bounty money, there was none
offered, the only inducements being a free pas- <
sage to Cuba, and thirty-six dollars a month in ?
poid while fighting the Spanish troops. It is i
confidently represented, but how truly is not i
known, that the Cuban Junta has fully three 1
million dollars in its possession with which to <
say volunteers and purchase army supplies. It c
s believed that it was mostly contributed by i
ramerons wealthy Cubans and their sympa- i
iiizing friends. <
-The Coban patriots, we are told, have i
>een doubly blessed this summer. They 1
Drayed fur the appearance of yellow fever to 1
;hiu the Spanish ranks, and have not only I
received that, but the cholers in addition. A [
lorrespondent of the New York Times says:
'The cholera has broken ont with incredible
orce among the troops at Nuovitas and other
joints on the coast, and is already marching
vi th fearfnl^thdes toward tbs interior. The
Savana journals keep this fact secret. At a
nee ting of the -Boaid of Health yesterday
June 13) it was resolved to allow the steamers
triunfo and Pajaro to land their passengers
ind freight, without subjecting tbem to quar?
antine or even to fumigation ; bat it wad
?esolved to fumigate all vessels arriving after
late. To give, yon an ides of the strength of J
he cholers, I merely cite two instances :
leven Cubans captured s Spanish lieutenant
md three men, who had gone on s hunting
ixpedition near Nae vi tas, and wera leading
hem toward an insurgen t encampment. They
?ested during the night near Altamisal. In
;he morning only one Spanish soldier was alive,
he other ten having died daring the night.
Che second case is that of the family of s Span
eh officer in Nae vi tas ; his wife, two children
md servant died within three h .ure. The
Albans were not wrong when they relied on
he yellow fever to thin the ranks of the Sptn
ards ; bat they did not. calculate that cholers
rou ld also make its appearance. The 8 pan?
ards lose lear fully, bat it ls equally certain
hst the mortality smong the Cabana is very j
,Toat, although it is impossible to obtain relis- |
>lo figures." ,
THURSDAY MORNING, JUI^S 34, 1860.
Tbe Hive li ida; e Railroad: ( nap*ny.
We print, this morning, a report handed
is by President Harrison, of the proceed
ogs of an sojourned meeting of tbs stock
lolders of the Blas Ridge Railroad Cem
lany, held yesterday, in this city. This
sport gives no details whatever, and all
hat can bs learned from it is that the Board
lave been entrusted with very large dis -
retionary powers ia matters of very seri- ?
-us consequence. In regard to a resolution 8
dop ted yesterday, that so much of tbs pro-, j
settings bes published "as the Board may j
leem advisable," a word of explanation is (
teeesssry. On Tuesday, President Harri- ,
ion refused to allow the reporter of TBS ?
fsajis to report in the usual manser tb
iroceedings of the meeting held en that
lay, on tbe ground that something might
te divulged which would be injurions to the
lompany. A written request for permission
o report the proceedings of yesterday was
hen made by the proprietors of Tm Haws
o whioh the reply of President Harrison
eas that the Bosrd "reserve the right to
mblish the proceedings of the oompanj^c
lording to their own judgment and dis ore
ion." The pabilo mast draw their own
?onclusions. Our hands are olean.
a ne Chinese Problem.
Some eccentric theorists have imagined
that the imported population of Ute United
3tates derive a certain local oolor lrom the
?oil, and that Americans are gradually ac
pairing the lank frame, high cheek bones
and bronzed complexion of the Red man.
Iheir ingenuity has not yet led them to in
form as what will be the result of the im
migration to this country of hundreds of
thousands cf broad featured Mongols, or
whether, as we believe, the whites will, an
1er all oirotunstanoes, be able to assimilate
the Chinaman, as they mould insensibly
Into a oommon form the Irish, Germans and
English.- Whatever the effects of the new
alement, it will be gradual and slow in oom
log; and it is more profitable now lo con?
sider the working value of the Asiatic, than
to ponder whether be may not in the t wen
Lieth, century convert both New England and
what is left of Africa to tbe creed of Con
'uoius, whose oornef-stone is: Paternal and
Filial duty and individual responsibility for
the public welfare.
Already the Chinamen are pouring into
California at the rate of one thousand a
week. No less than 200,000 Changs and
Chen gs are living on. American soil. Nor
is this new invasion at all surprising. In
? land not much larger than the United
States east ot the Mississippi, there is a
population of 400,000,000, one-third of the
human race. By untiring patienoe and in
dustry they have been able to live; but it
is a struggle for existence, the balance
between supply and demand being redressed
from time to time by pestilence and plague.
What wonder, then, that the Chinese should
immigrate; or that those who have gathered
ap money from abroad, should, upon their
return home, have induced their fellows to
follow the path whioh they had safely trod.
There is no doubt that the Chinamen in
California have been badly used. This has
sensed these to hasten lovingly to tbs waters
of the Tetlow River as soon ae their mod-11
wt fortunes are made. Bat ss they travel
Bast they will be better treated, and the
temptation to rslurn home will be weaker
every year. The Chinese hordes must cer?
tainly poor down upon ns, and, in faee
if the problem of the age, we may pro?
perly ask what there ie in their habits and
ist ure to make them an important part of
mr industrial population.
From th* Pscifio States we receive excel
ont accounts of the Chinamen. The own
?rs of woollen factories praise them as the
3est of workmen. Ten thousand China?
men were employed on th? Central Paoiie j
Railroad, and are highly spokes of bj the
officers and foremen. Their work is fall
and honest. What they lack in bodily vigor
they make np in persistency and steadi?
ness. In California, the Chinese are found
lu woollen, paper and powder mills; in the
borax works; in the hop plantations, fruit
jrchards and vineyards; following the reap?
ing machines on farms and working the
salt pits on the coast : doing almost univer?
sity the cooking, and engaged in hundreds
>f branches of industry that would be im?
possible without their cheap labor. A wri?
er in the Galaxy says upon this subjeot :
"The sure result will be that, in a few years,
he small savings of these workmen will, by
accumulation, transform the coolie of to-day
oto the capitalist, contracting to build rail
.oads, owning large farms and factories, and
ines of ships, and making great commercial
iombinations. This is certain; fir no people
>n the face of the earth advance so uns wer v
ngly in the accumulation of capital; and in
ts investment, from childhood upward, they
jombine the shrewdness of the Jews with the
nany-sidedness of the Yankee. What the Jews
lave been in banking, the Chinese may easily
lecome-in general commerce and industry on
he Pacific coast."
On the island of Java the Chinese nam
Der not far from 150,000. Their industry
embraces the whole system of commerce,
and they are found to be equally well adap?
ted for trade or agriculture. In the Eng?
lish c >lony of Singapore, 50,000 out of a
population of 80,000 are Chinamen; and in
an enervating olimate they retain all their
native energy. This fact alone points out
the fitness of the Chinese for the fields and
plantations of the South. They oan work
wherever the African eau work, and they
lave a patienee, perseverance and frugal
spirit which the freedman has never pos?
sessed. And that the Chinese have native
capacity is proved by the circumstance that
from Chrna have radiated many of the fun
lam eu tal features of Asiatio and even of
European civilisation. Their inventions
lave been comparatively unfruitful; but
he isolated position of China out her off
Tom that intercourse with foreign nations
vhioh would have stimulated, the praotioal
iotivity of her people. In the Chinese sys
em of government, there are many fea
ures whioh might be adopted with adven
age by this country and the nations of Eu?
rope. Office, for instance, is open to all.
'roficiencj ia scholarship forms the basis
if eompetition, the o ff ci als being chosen
rom the candidates who take the highest
Why, then, looking at the broad fact that
additional labor is our greatest need, should
here be any obj ec ti on to the introduction
>f Chinese immigrants- into the South t
Dh? Chinaman is saving, pains-taking
md industrious, and will make a cheap
ir and better laborer than the mass
>f the freedmen. To the oulture of rise
md ootton the Chinaman is especially
adapted, and there is no department of
abor in whioh he cannot be employed to
idvantage. We want the Chinaman to work
n eur fields; we'want him as a tiller of the
toil: and in this way John Chinaman may
ay the foundation of our prosperity and
tis own, without interfering with any crass
if labor which we now enjoy. The Asiatic*
vould come here to fill the vast gap.in our
adustrial system; not to drive away or de
>rive of work any laborers whom we now
lave and wish to retain.
na aro ncc.
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2d. Because it ls the only monied institution ol
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TO KENT, A SUITE OF 1 WO OK THBEE
BOOJew, first floor, with u?e of p axza. Apply
- st No. 95 t>T. PHILIP-STHEKT, shove Radcliff*.
Juoo 21 _mwf3*
KUY DESIRABLE S rofl E AND
RESIDENCE TO BENT.-To Bent, 8TOBE and
rooms above, in Ktog street, east side, lat door
above W?utw"rth eire.it. Inquire at LO it KN 1 Z'.
Segar Store, northeast corner ot King and Wentwon]
TO KENT, THE PLEASANTLY SITU
AXED TWO AND A HALF STORY BES I
DKNCE. NO. 5 Gads-len-atreet, opposite Weutworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM s AW MILL.
TD KENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a first-class nowly renovated DOUBLE PIAZZ V
HOUSE, containing niue room) and kitchen. The
whole premises are substantially fenced lu, and in?
clude a well of fl je witor; tho boase is well furnish?
ed and may bs so rented, or tue furniture tor aale.
Apply at THU DAILY jj KWS OFFICE. Jqqe 3
KE\L ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houses to rout, can bsve their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowen ratea and In the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
t L T, No. 149 East Bay.
_ jot StU.
FOR SALE, B O S AND CHU.DH EN'S
CLOTHING, ia gr?, t variety and without re?
gard to cost, at GEOttGE LI i l LE A CO.'a. No. 213
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FINK
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
c.nhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
STEAM ENGINES FDR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately- -v
(1) One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
Hi One 4-borse Portable Engine.
il) One 8-horsc-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMKRON. BARKLEY k CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting snd Cumberland-streets.
AUCTION EE US, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "l or Sale" Placards, Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat
ners and dispatch, will consult tbelr interest by leav?
ing their orders st THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay._
rpUOMAS COUN TY. 61., PLANTATION
_L FOB SALE.-I offer for sale a PLANTATION
In Thomas County, four miles from Thomas ville?
consisting of twelve bun ired end two and a half
acres first quail y Land, wi tn good Dwelling, Cabin?,
Kitchen, barns, Stablea, Glo-house, Gin Packing
Screw, blacksmith ihop, Ac , all uodT good fence;
five hundred serai cleared, balance heavily timber?
ed.* There are three hundred acres of virgin ham?
mock-bounded on the northside by the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad; on tho south by thc Monticello
road, and the new railroad from Albany will come
within half a mile of thlt Plantation.
lhere ls a t,ever-fal?iog creek of fine water run?
ning through the Plantation; also five wella and two
well stocked fish ponds on the premises.
Ibis place I* known as the ' Seward Bone Place,"
being formerly the property of Hon. Jam?s L. Sew
Ihe Mules. Horses and oth-r Stock, with all the
Wagons and Acricnttural tmplem nts, will oe sold
with the place on reasonable terms.
i or particulars, apply to
A. STEVEN- Aurala. Ga.
Orto A. P. WRIGHT, TbomasviUe, Gi.
Or L J. QUILM KUM & CO, Savannah. Ga.
P. S.-There are two churches and two schools in
Thom isvillc. Ga., fine climate on 1 good noign > ors.
June 7 Imo
IjWK SALK, I? LO NEW.?, PAP Kit S IN
any cuiutity. Price 75 cont* per huudred.
The .-heapi-st wrappior paper that eau be used. Ap?
ply at the office of TH E N ??. W3. March 1
pst anb /0unD.
STOCEN, FROM JURS. LEVICT SMOKE,
In Colletoa County, two sii'e* (rom Walterboro',
on the night of tbe 10th April last, her only HARE.
1 he Mare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well built; her body long; both lore faet and
one hind fo it are white, and branded on the shoul?
der 8. ti. The Mare was followed fifteen miles above
Walterboro'. in the direction ot BarsweU. A white
mau was riding ber. Mra. 8ou>k? could not have
the thief lollowed for want of maana, and her little
crop must be loa4, without hal p. Any information
relative to the Mare will be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Coileton Coma
.T. Maj 21
LIMITED PAKTNBH8HIP.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED hive, In accordance with tbe
Acts of the General Ass mb'.y, and under firm name
of WILLIAM GURNEY, and in conformity with tbs
article? of agreement of Limited Partnership, bear?
ing date 6th d ty of September, 1866, expiring thia
lt la mutually agrsed to renew sud continue the
esme under said agreement to June 1.1871.
(*gaedi GILLIAM GURNEY. General Partner, i
(Signedi JAY L. ADAMS, Special Partner.
Charleston, S. C., Jame 1.188?.
Just 6 stu'h Imo
WASHINGTON LODGE, BTo. 5, A. F. SS.
rr\HB MJ/M3ERH OF TUI9 LODO ii WILL, AS
JL SEMBLE at MaarnU Hal Ina (Thurs
day) Moaxiso, Jon" 24-Jj, ?t a alf-past - even o'clock,
lo unite ID tho celebration of St John's Day, at
Tho Lodge will leave tbe Hall precisely at Eight
By ordor of W. M. C. B. SIGWALD.
FR1B3DSIJIP LODGE, No. B, A. F. Sf.
THE MEMBERS OF TBIS LODGE V. I>HING TO
participate in tbe Picnic by invitation of Eti
wan Lodge, No. 05, at Mount Pleasant, in commem?
oration of St. John's D<ty, are requested io meet on
board steamer foot of Uaiket Wharf, THIS MOUSING,
at quarter-past Eight o'clock.
1 be Tyler will be m attendance on board with Re?
By order of the W. M. J. H. LOZB.
June 2t Secretary.
I. O. O. F.-HOWAKD LODGE. No. 3.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS LODGE
w?rbe held THIS KVXNINO, at fight o'clock pre?
Candidates for Degrees will ploise be punctual.
June 24 th E. L. TBBHY, Secretary.
Cllt KCH OP HOLY C*'AI 91 VJ MUN.
TBE MEMBERS OF THIS CONGREGATION
are r quested to meet a Committee of the Ves?
try at the Cburch, To-Moacow APTERKOON, be?
tween Five and Seven o'clock, to learn the location
of their Pews.
By order. HTJTBON LEE,
June 24 1 Secretary of Vestry.
TLT Ag Off IC PICNIC
LA. CANDEUlt LODGE, No. 36, AND WAL?
HALLA LODGE, No. 66,.
Schuetzenplafz, This Day, Jane ?4.
The Fraternity are respectfully invited to Attend.
The Omnibusses will have line-street at 9 o'clock
A. M.. and every fifteen min?tes during the day.
June 24 1?
Jl mas enif ms.
Q O L O \ E L AMES'
NEW ORLEANS CIRCUS
Organized 1868-Quadrupled 1869.
THE LARGEST AGGREGATION
OF EQUESTRIAN, GYMNASTIC, ATHLETIC
and Acrobatic Artists, Zoological and Ornithological
Specimens ever consolidated in one instructivo
amusement combination, numbering
MORE BEAUTIFUL LADIES,
QUEENS IS THBIB RESPECTIVE AND PLEAS?
MORE DASHING M ALK ARTISTS,
Blore Trained Horses,
A L AROER MENAGERIE,
BETTER MU:IC, GREATER NOVELTIES,
A more Splendid aol Commodious Outfit than ever
before presented to the people of the South,
WILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLE TON,
Wednesday and Thursday, Jane 33 di ?4,
At Two and half-pait Seven, Afternoon and
Night, each day.
Colonel C. T. AMES.Proprietor.
DOO CHAMBERS.Business Manager.
cap'ain J. L. BBtlSE.Treasurer.
Ihealnoat inexhaustible resources of thiacalossal
organlzition will bz displayed tn a
GRAND STREET PROCESSION,
At 10 A. M. WEDNESDAY, 23d inst. .
lu which, tn a lrfition to the retinue of gorgeous
appaxeliad Ladles and Gentlemen, the herd of gaily
caparisons! Bones and elfin Ponies, trained ? e
phant and Camels, Dens and Cages of Wild Bi asts,
the specialty not even attempted by any other eli eua
or Menagerie on earth, of turrung
LION?, TIGERS AND i EOPARDS LOOSE IN THE
YVi'l form a Scene of Oriental Grandeur and Thrill?
ing Interest beyond the possibi.ily ol eiualliog, and
second only lu attraction to the prowess jf
SIGSORITA ELLA EUGENIE AND HERR
As displayed in the Tenj of the Savage Monaten at
4*7* For full particulars ?ee Mammonth Posters,
Descriptiva B Us, Lithographs, Pamphli t-, Ac.
June 13 6
Motif es in Panferuptra.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THIS
UNllED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - EX PARTE JOHN RAINS
FOR IN BE U 0. LOVELESS, BANKBUPi .-In
pursuance of an order in this case made by bis
Honor GEO. 6. BRYAN, United ??Utes Judge, the
Ilea creditors of said Bankrupt ere hereby notified
to come in and establish their liens before rn?, at
Newberry, en or befoie tho nrrEXNiH |16TB) DAT
or JULY, next, or bo debarred from all benefits of
the Decree to be mtdn in this case.
C. G. JiLGER, Register in Bani ru pt cy,
June 24 th3 Office at Newbery, ?. C.
gT? CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOLIOCS HOUSE, LOCAL
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-secocd-sireet,
possessen advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot its meats. It was built expressly
for a flr-t-cljss family boarding house-the rooms
beina large and en suite, heated hy steam- wiib not
anil cold w^ter. and furnished MCOUd to none; while
tbe culinary department is in the mo.?t expert) need
bands, affording tpie-t? an uueqjal>d labie.
due ot At wood's Pilent I* levaron? is a ino anions
the "modern Improvements" and ut the service ot
guests at all boura.
'ibo Broadway and University Place CHM pass tbe
door everv four miuutes, rutimn > from the City
flail to ('entrai Pa k, while tho Sixth and - eventb
Avenue'ines ar? but a short block "n either sine,
aObrding ample facilities for cornmun-caiiiitr with all
the depoiH, steamboat lan.I nus, nlaces of ? a- uoe
ment and business of tbe si e it metropo"-.
WOitK <v iHiui.i.Y Proprietors.
March 12 bm-tr
rp HE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX SB GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has taken the place of over forty double thread ma.
chines in thia city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large towns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 907 KTNG-STBKET,
Willcox A Gibba' Agent of South Carolina,
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
REPAIhINO aa naoaL stnthlyr Mayl
gHAMFOOLNG AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND JBaLDBEN
attended at tatar resident?? promptly and at rta ita -
Band orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barb?*,
april 14 Ba, 31 Broad-street (ap sraWs.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE j***
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLESTON,
Di CHARLESTON, IN TEE STATE OF SOUTH CABO LIN A,
AT THC CLOSE OF BUSINESS, ON THE 13Ut DAT OF JUNE, 1S69.
Loans and Discounts.
United States Bonds to secure Circula?
United States Bonds and Securities on
Otber Stocks. Bonds and M or t gage s....
Due from Bedeeming and Reserve
Due from otber Nat'onsl Banks.
Due from otber Banks and Bankers...
Banking House.10,160 16
Otber Beal Estate. 3,600 00
Furniture sad Fixtures.3,410 10
Current Expenses. 9,845 34
Tsxes paid. 2,033 81
Bills of otber National Banks.
Specie, viz., Coln.
Legal Tender Notes.
Capital Stock paid in. 8400,000 00
Surplus Fund. 49,634 65
Profit and Loss. 700 00
National Bank Circulation outstanding. 54,900 00
Individual Deposit. 681,879 88
Due to Na don al Banks. 12,913 47
Due to other Banks and Bankers. 36,694 87
Dividends Unclaimed. 116 00
State of SoxUk Carolina. County of Charlatan-[e. a.]-I. WnvuiK C. BBSXSX. Cashier of the Fbst
National Bank of Charleston, Soutb Carolins, do aolemnly an-ear, that the sbove statement is true, to the
best ot my knowledge ?ni belief. WU. O. BltKESB, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 32d day of June, 1869.
J. O. BECKMAN, Notary Public.
Correct. Attest: E. W. MARSHALL, )
J. L. TOBIAS, J Directors.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS, )
June 24 1
REPORT? OF THE CONDITION
"THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK,"
IN C HABLES ION, IN THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 19th DAT OF JUNE, 1869.
Loans and Discount!.8466,504 06
Overdrafts. 456 35
United States Bonds to aecurs Circulation 100,000 00
Otber Stocka and Bonis. 8,604 67
Due (rom Redeeming and Reserve Agents 277,403 90
Due from other Nations 1 Banks. 7,461 45
Due from otber Banks and Bankers. 13,298 10
Binking Uou o. 15.000 00
Fur ci ture and Fixtures. 3,643.90
Current Expenses.810,612 89
Tares Paid. 4.705 71
- 15,318 84
Bills of other Kation al Banks. 36,468 90
Fractional Currency (including Nickels). 1,64? 85
Specie." 7,087 62
Legar Tender Notes. 100,000 00
Capital Stock paid in.8800,000 80
?Surplus Fund. 14,168 71
I Discount.814,302 88?
Exchange snd Premiums.; 8,867 50
Inteiest. 18.607 48
Prc flt and Loss. 84 979 68
_11,049,787 34 j_?_81.049,7^ 84
State of South Carolina, County of CharlatM-l, Hmraf COBU, Preaident of the People's National
Bank of Charleston, Sohtb^Carollna, do aolemnly swear that tbe shove statement is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief. HENRY CO di A, President
Correct. Attest: JOHN S. BIGGS, J
WILLUM AIKEN, J Directors.
CHAS. O. WI IT E. )
. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 23d day of Jans, 1869.
Jane 21 JOHN F. ROBERTS, Notary Public.
-j- 78.747 18
National Bank Circulation outstanding.;. 90.000 80
Individual Deposita. 654,860 48
Due to National Banks. 8,884 84
Due to omer Banks and Bankers. .. 11,881 19
Clotfpg ?n?> /oritisljing ($00119.
-t^TOW IS YOLK CHANCE.
LESS THAN COST.
GEORGE LITTLE & CO.,
No. ?13 King-street,
NEXTDOOR TO THE VICTORIA HOTEL,
rFTEB THEIB ENTIBE STOCK OF
?KVS, YO?rH'SAND BO?.^ CLOTHING
LESS OO ST,
IN ORDER TO CLEAR THE STOSE FOB RE?
All tlio.-e lu want of the ARTICLE would do well
to give us a call and examine lor themselves.
Junel tilths imo
HEAT CL EA HIN G OUT SALE.
THE LAE JEST STOCK OS
In this City, to be sold regardless of cost in manufac.
turing the same.
In order to dispose of oar entire Stock for the
COMINO FALL TRADE,
We havj SEDUCED THE PBICES regardless of the
cost of manufacturing the same.
All persons in want of anything in our Une wiU do
well to give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
wa guarantee a savin; of
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFI! PEB CENT.
To all who buy of us.
?-Oar terms will be STBICTLY CASH.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE,
No. 303 Ki na-street, and No. 157 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston H Met.
June 4 fl stuth Imo
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENKE & MULLER,
vi ERC HAN T TAILORS,
AND DEAXEBS IN
Reaclv Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOB CHILDREN, MEN AND BOTS.
BIER'S FURNISHING GOODS, ?kc.
No. 395 King-street,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUB
pstrons and the public generally that we have J-ist
pened a lame and will assorted (tockor CLOTH
.AO, MEN'? FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. for the
Sprlrgsnd ??ummer, at the above stand, consisting
of Business sad Dress Suits, all sites and qualities
of shirts snd Underwear Gooos, Ac; ail asses and
qualities of English and Domestic Halt Hose ; all
sites and qualldej of Silk and Lisle lhread Gloves;
all ?ixe* and styles of Linen and Paper Collara ; all
sites and styles of Cravats. Neck Ties, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Suspeaders. Umbrellas, Ac; alto, a
large and well assorted stock of Broadcloths, Cassi,
meres. Doeskins, Coatings, Vestings, Ac, which we
offer to sell by pi?ce, yard or pattern; or makeup
into Garments, by measure, tn any snap* or style,
according to order, at the shortest notice. Our
Stock has been selected wi n great eire, and we are
1 confident that we caa compete with any other hoare
' in this city. We invite an examination of our Stock,
and bes pe? ? a share of the public patronage.
MASKE ?k 51 UL LE H.
March 37 ?tutbSmoa
(fitorerfrs ano ?Histr?aneoas.
OA BACH ?XTBA AND 8UPEB GEORGIA
For MJe by J. N. BOBSON,
Jane 24 1 Noe. 1 ?nd 9 Atlantic Wharf.
HAT ! HAY !
O^A BALES PRIME NORTEC RIVER HAT.
OOVJ landina: from schooner Lilly, on Auger's
Wbart. For aa'.o low while landing.
Jane 24 3 . J SO. CAMP.SEN A CO.
VT/ANTED, FIVE HUNDRED OB ONE THOU3
TT AND Barrels of good large POTATOES.
Jane 24 tha2?_No. 82 fltste-itreet,
TO CIGAR MAKERS*
LEAF TOBACCO I LB AF TOBACCO I
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HAVANA LEAF TO
BACCO, WRAPPERS AND FILLERS; also va?
rious gradea of CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF TO?
BACCO, For aale in quantities to snit purchaser*.
Jnne 22 tntha3_No. U4 East Bar.
H. & H. W. CATHERvVOOlTS
EXTRA PINE PURE OLD
rOBDEB TO FACH ITATE THE SUPPLY OF
0U8 PUBE OLD M ONO NO ?HELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Mee irs. H. GERDTS A
CO. our Agent*, wno by tots arrangement, are en-'
abled to supp'y the trade at prices wbich ?ill insure
sati.iactton. H. & EL W. CATHER WOOD.
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOOD'S
EXTBA FINE PD BE OLD #
Zf\ BABBEL9 OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
OU WHISKIES, consisting o? X, XX, XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BBANDS, and also of
Now landing, and fer sale low by
H. OEBDTS & CO
June 12 slnthSmo_No. 195 East Bay.
HAT ! HAT I
6) rn BALKS PRIME NORTH BTV VB HAT.
JjtJyJ Land! og Iron steamer Ct ?a pion, on
Auger's Whtrf. For sale low, while landing, by
Jane 23 9 JOHN OAMPSEN A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, moatdeudom, sod healthy '.: L used
for Puddinga, Jollies, Blano Manse, Iee Cream.
Griddle Cake*, Soaps, As., put up lal rb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Deciccst-d Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddinga, Cakes,
A-e, put up in hair tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pinta, pinta
Ci?er on-j White Wine VIoeg ir, warranted pure- *\
Fresh itoosted i lo Coffee, of good quality, at '?oe.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPEB\ . IVE ?Kx'KItY STORE,
fcutbwest corn? r Meeting and Market streets.
G'01 - delivered free. _Alay 28
JUST RECE1TED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL. Bl DB*
II. BABB, Vo. 131 MEETING?
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Palmonic Sjrue <T
Schenk'a Seeweed Tonic
Bpsaie* Fruit Preserving Sot uti os
German Blood or "Kaiser** Pins, Ac,. Ac
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wnght'a Rejuvenating Buir
Churchill's >yrup Hypopbosphitt of Lime
Van Deneen's Worm Coo lectio aa
Hurley's Worm dandy
Baraotte's Worm Sugar Drops
Srbslleaberger'a Fever end Agna* Pills
Mc Lane'. Liver Pill?
Linn'i Vegetable Flus
bu ?sei l's soothing Syrup for Children Teething
Jsyns'a Carminative 1
Jayne's Laxative Pills "*
Rad way's Beady Belief
Bsdwav'a B. Pills
B id way ' . Beady Resolvent, Jone St