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' : iV* JE? IT S SUMMARY.
^veipjipe?ee are a drag; in the New York
markot. $73 machine i won't bring at auction
.;_Tho io J manufactured in New Orleans |
steals-exp.Hure to tu3 sun longer, thin the
-EUeu Santon, a girl in the employ of H.
Au. Angeli,, ot ? Adrian, Michigan, was badly
burned wbilo kindling a ti -o with kerosene.
-liio French Government have on hand
$845 guns, consisting principally of new rifled
cannon, or old pieces altered into rifled guns.
-_The scenery, and baggage of Whitman's
opeca troupe were .aaized by the attaches cf
the concern, at Mern phis, on Tuesday. The
hotels and press were viol3miZ9das:nsual.
-The Ne w York Commercial says : "It is as
plain as a nose ona man's face that' the Demo?
cratic- party will baldly enter upon the next
national campaign with, repudiation emblaz
-o?W on their banners." .
' -All the aocounts received from Virginia say |
that ?be exoitemenfc throughont tbe -State over
theatfpcpaphuig deotiou ?8. becoming vory ia- j
tease. The canvass ia carried on with a good [
. -deal o? bitterness on bolh sides. .
-A ?exrrflo thuntlor and rain etorm passed
-over No wbura, North Carolina, oa Friday evoc
inge. ' A etona building in rear ol- the Gae ton
House -was struck by~llghtningr, ind several )
nooses were oonsumed by tains 'A venel in
the berber and the steamer Louisa Moore irero
also ; struck a nd oonaiderably damaged. No
one waa seriously injured. The loss \A esti?
mated at tan thousand do!lara.
-The New York Herald- devotes half a col?
umn to a.champion dog fight between a Har?
lem and a Brooklyn cur. It was held in a
rt>8nv, tho doors, windows and ven till ato ra of |
which had been closed to prevent any noise
being heard outside. There was a largo and
- motley crowd i?ude io an almost stifling at?
mosphere. The fight - continued nearly three
hours, and then,- the Harlem dog bei e g a bon t
to win, the crowd broke into the ring and sep?
arated the poor bruted while each party put
platoLsrte the head of the referee, demanding
a excision. ' He refused to give any indication
of his decision.
?3-A careful ccmpilation of tho official figures
at tho lalo - French elections shows that t here
were in the whole ountry 5,579.835 "dynastic"
votes, and 2 446 931 of ail shades of opposition.
The pure government votes numbered 4,445,
287,.and those fur the third party or for unoffl- j
dal candidate i supported but not recommend?
ed by the go vernment, 1,124*598. Tbe op posi?
tion vote was thusjdivided: Monarch ?cal oppo?
sition, 786,020; 03D8ervative democrats, 1,507,
- 648? radioal democrats, 153 ESS. The whole
number of votes given was 8,098.565; bat of j
these 71,742 were rejected from various causes.,
The total number of inscribed electors was
-The Great Eastern steamar, having pr JV
ed unsaooesbful as au ordinary vessel for-the
. transportation of pasaengera and beigfat, seems
* at last to have been allotted ita proper posi?
tion. From lier preat stowage capacity and
- supering steadiness on the water, the Great
Eastern can be used for laying ocean telegraph
cablee, and ia BOW engaged in depositing the ?
French cable along the bottom of the Atlantic
The oflbers and crew, have acquired expe?
rience by their previous work in laying tbe
last English cabio, and will no doubt be here
- after employed on similar expeditions, as
ocean telegraphic conimamcutions hare not
yet been completed around the globe". We
may next hear of a company to lay a line from
San Francisco to Yokohama and Canton*
-Tt? New Yorkers are how talking ?hont
got ting np) a bigger Jubilee in their ci tr than
th?'Ro?torjr&ns lately had. The Hew York
Telegram of Wednesday says: "Already we
under s band the Pfeilharmonio Soeie t y is moving
. fa? fhyatn^rtejf. ; AM noent meeting, ii was re?
solved next year to have itt this city a mua ?cal
jubilee which will completely overshadow the
recent event in the Hub. The services of St.
Michael Costa will be secured for the occasion.
" Hence, the Boston jubilee has already borne
good fruit. We cao raise twenty thousand
trained singers hen andan appropriate orches?
tra. -, Coata is the drei conductor in the world.
Beneath hie baton a chorus becomes as one, no
mat ter what the numba r may be. Let us, theo,
abandon all those little petty jealousies and
flings at the festival of Gilmore, and show Boa
ton that we can do even better."
-The American and German recruits for
the Cuban ai my are drilled un the second
floor of a building on Houston-street, New
York. Ne Cubaren are permitted to rendezvous
at these headquarters, they being kept by
themselves at another recruiting depot, aud
having Coban officers to command them.
* Money has been very la viably distributed among
the recruits by the- members of the Cuban
Junta, who are said to have a large amount ot
funds deposited under guard at a store. The
Junta expert to use, or have already used, a
great portion of these funds in making con?
tracta fur arms and ammunition, purchasing
a applies of un forms, and iu securing vessels
to'convey the troops to Cuba. It is believed
th&fe they have expended enormous sums m
carrying put. their designs; and that they have
afforded au. excellent oppoitunity to contrac?
tors for speculation. It is now reported to b9
the intention of the Junta to substitute new
officers in the proposed expedition for the
preeeot officers, in case the latter are com?
pelled to abandon their position through the
action of the government.
-The statistics of immigration at New York
aro fi till astounding to all who examine them,
io jOPBapafisen with the figures for previous
yearn. Up to June 16, then had been landed
at Oantte Garden 134.088 foreigners during the
present year-mere by thousands than ever be?
fore during'the same period, and neatly 30,000
more than durit g the same time last year.
From the 16th to the 221 of June the arrivals
rjurnbered 8974^iai king the total arri vaia for
the tues weeta of Jone, 84,586. The num?
ber of German H is the greatest-40,956. Ire?
land, follows with 25,354, the latter figures
oein* for the time .up to the 16th of Jane.
Thea* is somerton* significant in the more
la 1866 -the whole number of
natives of Sweden wbe oame to this country
waa bat 109. For the twenty jean bel
1847 and 1867 the whole n amber from
country was 28,565. In 1867 the numbe
1695, and in 1168 it was 14,520, and doric
time ap to the 16th of Jane of the presen I
the Swedes bare already numbered 1
One thousand moro of the same natioaalil
rived during the ensuing week. Il is es
ted, from carefully prepared data at the s
rica! bureau of the Treasury Departme
Washington, that during the past thi
i years we have received md assimilate!
and a half mill ?n Immigrants from i
: -Captain Byan managed his escape
tho United States Marshal in New York
neatly. After tbe Junta had been dispose
he left court with a nonchalant air, propt
to call at the Metropolitan Hotol before he
to jail. The deputy accompanied him
cirriasro. When the call was concluded, ]
waived adieu to his companions, and tur
the corner from Broadway into Houston-st
banded tho deputy over to the tender cai
a dozen or more frlen.13, whom he encount
..accidentally," and at the sam9 time tossi
tho friends a fifty dollar bill, saying: "I
rake good care of bim. Treat bim well, fo
used me like a prince." Ihe colonel ki
his band, jumped into a carriage and was
in the whirl of vehicles on Broadway,
dozen friends had meantime caught the
iog bill, and with a firm grasp, though t
bands were gloved in kids, bad also ti
hold-of the deputy. Tbe official made fra
efforts to free binuelf, and struggled savai
to escape from the toils; but be w?s powell
and in a few moments being taken into an
jacent house, was gently, yet securely bo
band aud foot and assigned quarters for
night, from whicb, however, he was sol
quently liberated, but too late to do anytl
toward the recapture of the Colonel. In ai
ter view which the Colonel bad with one or
select friends just before his bold escape
announced bis iuteution and added: "I d<
ly regret my having to take this last t.tep,
it is the only one left me, and I consider t
the outrages wbicb bare been boaped upon
bj the United States authorities and their
justice toward the Cu o an patriots justify
sot."" It is said that be left New York t
night at the bead of an expedition of m
than ono h und i-ed and fifty men.-r"
r.'.i Kr i . o--i-t?
MONDAY MOBNTNG, JU ?iE 28, 1869.
How to Seanre Vfb.ite Immtgratloi
There are two chief reasons why it mi
be roany years befor? the tide of white' i
migration will flow to the Sooth aa it a
flaw* to the North and West; and these r<
80JLR ?re, (1 ) that Europeans have dc
rooted pr?judices against the Sooth; a
(2 ) that the European immigrants catara
fjltow their friends or acquaintances,*,
one in a thousand of whom had any idea
coming to the Southern States. The pre j
dice of which we have spoken can only
removed by time and patience; bat we m
each day do something towards giving ot
selves a good reputation, and securing a
vocates who will plead our cause across t
While we need not expeot white ima
granta to come to Sooth Carolina by t
thousand, they will still oome in small nm
ben-few and far between. These may '
made the Jever by which to overturn I
barrier of falsehood and mierepresentati?
whioh now stands between us and the Ge
man, Irish and English peoples. Each ii
migrant who settles amongst us must 1
made an apostle to teach the doctrina th
ixl the South Hie white foreigner is, whi
the African can never be mada by any di
oree or statute-the equal in every parucul
of the native bom American. This oan 1
done by giving the new comer an act ii
and not a passive welcome. We know thi
the immigrant will have equal proteotic
and equal rights under the law; but thia
not enough. A little personal attentio
goes a long way, and thia attention it i
wise to show to the man who comes to to:
and work, not to steal or play the politician
Take tho oaae of a German or Iriahma
who baya or leasts a farm in this State, an
by ao doing casts his lot with oura. Hi
interests are then our interests, and on
interests are his. He will ba aa eager a
wa ara to preserve peaoe and quiet, an
fully aa anxious to have an honest, just an
economical government, both State an
Federal. Ia living with na he beeomea
part of our system, and he should hav
practical proofs that the accession of an
other white man to our ranks ia properl;
appreciated. Being a stranger, ha require
advise and assistance, and these should b
given in no grudging spirit. This ma;
seem a trifle; but we say that personal at
tention io the new comer will do tn'.ra thai
any bocks, pamphlets or resolution, toper
tuade him that he is the right man in the ri g h
plaoe. If he has any difficulty in procur
lng stock, show him where it oan be hat
upan the beat terms. If he needs help ii
mauling timber and fencing his land, givi
him that help freely and generously. If hi
ia ignorant of the peculiarities of our farm
lng system, give him all the advice that bi
requires. Ia short, let him ba treated ai
though he had been born within the limit!
af the State.
These things have not hitherto been con
sidered as seriously as they deserved; nol
so much from a lack of generosity ne from
carelessness and want of thought. Now,
however, we must seize upon every oppor
tuoity of strengthening our position; never
forgetting that every white man from
abroad who comes into the State, and is
well cared for and made thoroughly at
home, may be the means of bringing here
dozens of men like himself. As the letters
describing the manner in which the immi?
grant has been taken by the hand reaoh
the English hamlet, the Irish county town
or the villages of Northern Europe, they
will be read and discussed by soores of
hearty men and women, and when these in
turn determine to immigrate, where should
they go but to the State in whioh one of
their friends was reoeived with open arms
and welcomed with every kindness that
good feeling could suggest ?
There is no theory in this; it is s hard
fact. All that we desire oannot be accom?
plished in a month or a year; but we may
make every honest white man who settles
in thia State tba means of attracting here
many others as respectable and as diligent
as himself. This wa oan do; and it is in
any avant, worth while to prove by our ao
tiona that for the industrious immigrant
thara ls not batter and happier home than
can ba found in tha Palmetto Bta?a.
A Man who Means Business.
A "Rhode Island" coi respondent of the
Courier is wroth because our Columbia
correspondent disclosed the fact that Sena?
tor Sprague intends to forfeit the purchase
t of the Columbia canal, and very properly
suggested tb&t when the canal is parted
with agair, it be given "to a man who
"means business." Rhode Island saje, in
reply, that "a manufacturer who at the
"present time finds employment for over
"4000 bauds daily, certainly is 'a man who
'means business.' " Precisely; but he is
not a man who means business in South
Carolina. The 4000 hands employed in
other States will do us no more good than
Senator Sprague will do the working classes
of the country by defending and advooating
protective tariffs. Both may put money in
the pockets of New England; but neither
will in any way be of benefit to this State.
A Flank Movement.
The Philadelphia North American takes
the review of the crops of this State, pub?
lished iu THE NEWS, as Tin evidence that
large quantities of fertilizers have been
used this season with the most beneficia
results, and that the planters are now
spending their money in improving their
machinery and feeding their land. It there?
fore advises its readers to arrange their
trade with the South ou the basis of pro?
duce, so as to avoid the use of currency, of
which the South has not as much as she
needs for home use. The planters, it says,
oan pay iu produoe but not in cash, and the
produce is always convertible into cash in
the Northern markets. This would, doubt?
less, be an excellent arrangement for our
friends in the great Quaker City, but it
would be slightly injurious to Charleston.
Wu PRINT this morning a very interest?
ing letter from our Columbia correspon?
dent, containing an account of the closing
examinations of the Howard (negro) School,
with statistics of the teachers and pupils
and a sketoh of the speeches made on the
occasion by Messrs. Neagle, Moses and
Thc Radical Investigating Committee, in
Abbeville, carry on their investigations
with closed doors. This must not be for?
gotten when the committee issue their
black- washing- report.
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TD KEN T.- O K N T L E 111 E N OK
parties desiring ROOMS, furnished or not, can
ob alu them; al*o Buggy House and Stable. Apply
at No. 48 BEAUFAlN-S'lB'iET.
June 15 . ruth m
tf\0 H E.NT, A SUITE OF TWO OU THULE
J_ li OOM-, fl-st fl J jr, uv h u>e of p azzv Apply
at No. 95 M. PHILIP-STREET, above Radcliffe.
VE KY DESIRABLE STORK AND
RESIDENCE TO BENT.-To Rent, STORE and
rooms above, in King street, eist aide, lat door
above Wentwnrtb-atrejt. Iuqoire at LORENTZ'S
Segar Store, northeast corner o: King aud Wentworih
streets._ June 22
TU KENT. TUE PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY RESI?
DENCE, No. 6 Gadsden arrest, opposite Wentworth,
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houaea to reet, can have tbelr Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and In the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
HUE, NO. 149 East Bay.
FOR SALK, TWO KINE LARGE
MULES, five ana slr years old; can be aeen at
No. 32 CHALMEBS->T8EEr. mwf June 28
FOR S?LK, A GOOD SCHODNEH,
built of Llveoak, carrylag 20 corda wood ; will
be sold low at BBAN1 'a SHIP YARD.
FOK SALE OR KKNT, Hui's K, No. 133
COMING-STREET, in complete . nie'; hts
been newly painted, and baa gas throughout, ant
good water on premises. Apply at the SlOrtE
Northwest Corner of Coming and Badcllffe-atreets.
STEAM EN GIN KS FOR SAliE CHEAP,
If applied ter immediately
(1) One 12-boree Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-borse Portable Engine.
tl) One 8-horee-power ENGINE, m good condition.
CAMERON. BARKLEY A tO., *
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
AULT ION EE KS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "ror Sale" Placard?, Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat
nets and dispatch, will consult tbelr lu wrest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
110 Bail Bay._
rpHOMAS COUNTY. GI., PLANTATION
JL FOB h A LE.-I offer for sale a PLANTATION
In Thomas County, four miles from Th om is vi ile,
conat'ting of twelve hundred and two and a half
acres first quality Laud, with good Dwelling, Cabins,
Kttcben, Bama, Stables. Glu-house, Gin Packing
Screw, Blacksmith Shop, Ac, all under good fence;
Ave hundred acres cleared, balance heavily timber?
ed. There are three hundred acres of virgin barn
mock-bounded on the north side by the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad ; on the south by the Monticello
road, and the new railroad from Albany will come
within haifa mile of (hi? Plantation.
1 here ia a never-failiag creek of fine water run?
ning through tbe Plantation; also five wella an i two
well stocked fish ponds on the premiase.
This place I- known as the ' Seward Home Place,"
being formerly the property of Hon Jam-s L. Sew
The Mules. Horses and oth?r Stock, with all the
Wagons and Agricultural Impl^m nts, will oe sold
with the place on re ison able forms.
For particulars, apply to
A. SitVEN- Aureeia Ga.
Orto A.P. WRIGHT, ihomaavllle, Gu.
Or L.J. GUILM RI I * A CO , Savin n ih. Ga.
P. S.-1 herc are two church is and two school- in
1 li cu it-vii lc. Ga., flu? climate an 1 good noun ??ors.
Juno 7 . Inii
J?WM SALK, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any cuisrily. lites 75 cents per hundred,
i ho cheapest wrapmoj paper that tau be used. Ap
plv ai thcorSVe ot IHE fi* WS. March 1
LOST.-THE KINDER OP A GOLD
BRACELET (dropped on Wednesday last)
marked with initials C. A. c. to K. Z C.. will be lib?
erally rewarded by leaving same at THIS OFFICE.
Juweliere are requeate I to ato i aime if offered for
?a'e. _I_*_June 23
STOLEN. lRO.il SI Y STA BL KS .NE Y K
Pioopotia, on the night of 24th June, a GRAY
HoR-K, cbout fifteen hands higb, ten or twelve
years old. aud a good deal fly buten; brand d on
shoulder U. S. up an I dowu, and has a lump on
fore foot on hard part nf hoof. Also a BROW BAY
HORSE MULE, of sm ill sui and no particular mark
except small feet and a lump on back, a little rubbed
by sad Ce. Any m't-rmation leading to recovo y of
animals and detection of thief, will be liberally re?
warded. H H HARVEY.
Mont's Corner, S. C., North*astern Railroad.
Jane 23 m wi 3*
STOLEN, FKOa MRS. LEVICY MUOKK,
io Colletou County, two uii'e* Irom Wiltsrboro',
on the night of tbe 10th April list, her outr MARK,
i he Mare is black aad rather low for her length,
but well buUt; h tr body loni}; both tore f-etnod
one bind fo it arc white, and branded oa the shoul?
der S. H. The Mare wis followed hf eon miles above
Walt:rboro'. in tbe direction of Barn well A whue
man was riding her. Mrs. SmoUo could not hive
the thief lollowed for want of miine, and her little
crop must ba loi', without helo. Any information
relative to the Mere will be ihiakfally received. Di
reetto Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Coileio- Conn
FRIENDSHIP LUOGU, Ko. 9, A. F. M.
rTlHE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
X LODGE wfll beheld THIS tvBHiNO, at Masonic
Hall, at Eight o'clock.
The Arrear List will receive its third reading.
Candidates for Do.reei will be punctual.
By order ot the W. M. J. H. LOEB,
Jane 28 Secretary.
L ADI KS' BIHMOUIAXr ASSUCIA I IO.V .
rb' ANNCAL MEETING OF THE LAO i ES' ME?
MORIAL ASSOCIATION, which was unavoida?
bly postponed, will be held at the Widow's Home, in
Broad-street, on TO-MOBBOW AFTERNOON, t1 ? e .'Oth
instant, at biz o'clock. An Eleo?oa lor Officers
for (lie ensuing year will take place, an i members
will please come prepared to pay arrears. By order
ot tho President. 2 June 28
THE NBWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay,
Execute? all kinds of PLAIN and
FANCf PBINIING wilh newness and
The best work guaranteed at less than
New York prices.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
BRIEF j, PAMPHLETS, POLICIEi
CARD?, CiaCULARS, NOTES
BILL-HEADS, POST & RS, RECEIPTS'
CAT ALOQUES, BANK-CHECKS
TIC REIS, DRUG LABELS, Ac, 4c.
AS WELL AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at *he aborted no Ice, and
cheap for cam, ol
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And all those who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will find it lo their iuttrest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
So. 119 Fast Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPERS and MATERIAL kept on band,
from which selections may be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being filled as promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Oar Job Department ia m charge of
Mr. J19. P. PARRY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who win afford
every facility possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 119 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
/MC9 OM&J, (Ctr.
rjlO THE LADIES.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY BTATE, OUR
many years' oxporionce in tbe manufacture of
ORNAMKNfAL HAIR WORK enable us to oner
to our customers the finest assortment of every ar?
ticle required in onr line, from the small FRIZZES
lo the full Wi'i, em brains Braids or swishes, Coils,
Waterfalls, Cushions, Cri mp t Hair, Bands, Curls,
TORTOI E-SHELL DBEsSING. TUCK, SIDE AND
1* AN CY COMBS, and COMBS of every other class.
To the (?entlemon.
WK CAN FURNISH WIGS. TOUPEES, WHIS?
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, Ac.
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FR KN CH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY. nOAPs, POM AD KS, HATH OILS. HAIR RE
s i OBATIVE-, OOi(MKTIC-t, Ac, from the most re?
spectable honses kn each country.
Our GEM AN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brashes, Tortol?hell, Buffalo and other Dressing
Combs, we challenge rivalry.
Particular attention is paid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST FINS, EAR RINGS,
FINGER RINGS. CHA HMS, Atc.
All orders by mail will beso Hied that the reputa?
tion of the hons? fort te past thirty-five years shall
n at suffer in our hands. Always on band a floe as?
sortment el French Jswelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade
31. Ai A ASHTON,
No. 210 KING-STREET.
Januarys tal m CHARLESTON, S. C.
^lllAKLESTO.V A? Ult U Ll t lt Al.
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. OARDEJS
ELLEBBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOB SALE.
GEO. E. PLNGRRE,
Nc. Itu Meeting-street, charleston.
March 21 'mo
BBHAN IlIFIiK CLUB,
TWENTY PRIZES TO BE DISTBIBOTED.
A, PICNIC AND 8B00TINQ MATCH WILL BE
giren by the GEKM?N itlFLE CLUB, at their
grounds, on the 30th instant.
Firing commences at 9 A. M. Dancing commences
at IO A. M.
Cars will ?"ave th" Ann-street Depot at 8,10 and
1 o'c'ock for the grounds, retamint at 7 P. M. '
Only active members in uniform or passjvo mem?
bers are allowe I to t-boot.
Admission for active members fa uniform or pas?
sive members, Twenty five Cent?. Active members
n< t lu uniform and invited &ueBt*, Fifty Cents. No
charge for ladies.
The ll-1 of Prises found at the Shooting Stand.
C. H. BEB3MANN, Secretary.
June 28 2
3ri) ?oe?a, eic.
?\ H R A- P GOODS.
J. R, READ & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED A DESIRABLE LOT OF
At 25 cents per yard.
CHOICE JAP tNE E CLOTlHatS? and 40 cents
French O'ganlies, at SO cents, reduced irom 76
cents and $1.
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
BLACK DBfcSS GOODS IN VABIETY.
HERNAN IS. Bareges, Crape Maretz, Tamise Cloth,
8-4 RLACK GOODS, suitable for Shawls, Talmas,
J. R. READ d> CO.
GLOVES! GLOVES !
SUPER WHITE TAFFETA QLOVE3
Super Black Taffeta Gloves
Suoor Colored Taffeta Gloves
White and Colo-ed U-Ie Gloves
Children's Gloves in variety.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Bose, in beat English minnractute.
DRESS TRIMMING>. MOSQUITO BOBBINET
and Gauze, Cambric and Swiss Putflng, Linen Bete.
A full as-orrment of SWISS, CAMBRIC and NAIN?
SOOK TRIMMINGS, Just received.
J.K. READ di CO.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
WHITE LACE POINTS
Sewing Silk shawls
Summer Grenadine Shawls
Black and White Barege Shawls
Black 811k Coverings.
OTHES STYLES OF COVERINGS, now offering
at reduced prices.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 303 KING-STRE ET ,
April 12 mwl3moa Opposite Hasel.
Q lt K A T BARGAINS
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS,
5 OASES OF 4-4 LONGOLOTH9, AT 12? CENTS.
A large assortment ot French Co?ete, from 75
Fine choice Collars of Crape Maretz only 30
cents per yard
French Figured Cambric*, at 25 cent, per yard.
A full supply of Colored Musios, Mozamblques.
Bareges, Lenoe. 20 per cent, cheaper than anywhere
A full line or Swise**, Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslin?, at moderate prices.
500 dozens of English and German Ladies'and
Gem's Hosiery, from 12,'? cents up.
The latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents up.
Ladies' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
Hob ?net for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Hoopsktrts for Ladies, from 40 eec ts up.
A well assorted stock of Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Gloves, Ac, which we ?ell at ridiculous prices.
Call and examine our stock. Great inducements
are offered at
FUHCHGOTT dt BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
An exclusive department for BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS and TBU<*Ks, which we are able to seil 20
per cent, cheaper than any other house.
May 3 3mos
Q lt A F T S M E Ni ' S
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK. '
Office i Parla Ba uk Building, Nos. S14
and 916 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, vice-President
HEN BY B .ELDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-atxeet
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
? SUE-AGtNTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. BUMFHBKYd, General
OU DIGHT TO INSURE IN THE
FOR TUE FOLLOWING SEASONS:
1st Bcciuse lt is a home institution m mi ged and
controlled by your own citizens.
ld. Because it ts the only mouied institution ol
tuc km J thal loans Ul funds in tbe States from winch
they are deriven.
3d. Because it is purely mutual; ?Il policyholders
share iu Its proa ts or (.arning*. Ita large a>id in?
creasing assets belong exclusively to tho policy
4th. Because its rates arel wer ihiu those of most
other compauies And it* divtd -nds will be larger.
5th. Hi-cause it invests its funda at r ites of interest
averaging ten per cent., wu ile Eastern comp juts'
rites average less than seven pet cent Ibis makes
(he dividends of the Association laraer and the rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollars improved
at six per cent, for fifty years wiU amount to $1,842 ol
The same amount invested at >en per cent, will pro?
duce $11.739 09. Difference in fivor of the ter per
cent investment $9,897 08.
6th. Because you ought to inaure in a successful in
stitu?oti, and the Life Association of America la sc
knowledged by ita enemies a" well BS irs friends te
be by far the moat successful life insurance instltu
non or 1U age in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN THIS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
or tbe State of Missouri (according to law for the
protection of policy holders.
H. G. LOPEB, Pres'nt (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, Vice-Preeident (W. G. WhHden k Co.)
E. E. JENKINS. At. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele A Wardell.}
0. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evana A Cogswell.)
G. W. AIM AB, Druggiat
H. T. PEAKE. Gen'i Superintendent 8. C. Railroad.
C. F. PANKNIN, Drugsnat.
JAB. E. SPEAR. Jeweller,
D. H. SILCOX. Wholesale and Er tai] Furniture.
N. P. CARTER, Secretary aaad Agent,
Maret 30 lyr No. 40 Broad-street
?rormrs ano ?BisKlLanronr.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
9?. M Tendue Range,
HAVE JOST RECEIVED AMD OFFER FOB
35 lihds. stric*ly Choice C. B. 81DB3
25 b h Jd. Strictly Choice .-heul Jera.
20 bbls. prime MESS P >RK
30 bbls. heavy Romp Pork.
I ? AA BUSHELS PB?HE WHITE.
L?UU 800 buahela Yellow, er >teamer Mary
laod. For role by B. BULWI.i'KLE & CO.
June 28 2* .
1 ^HA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
LtJv/vJ exateamer Itoryland.
For sale by R, M. BUTLEB.
COHN AND OATS LANDING.
? ? A A BUSHELS PBIME WBICE COEN
LOU Vf 2000 bu mels Prime Oat?-per steamer
600 bushels Prime tennessee COEN.
For sale by 'J. N. TIDEMANN b CO.
Jane i8 ... . 2 :
1 ?AA BUSHELS PBTME WBITE COBN, PER
LOU'/ steamer "Maryland." For sale low
while landing by WEST A JONL3. ,
June 28 _._'
HONEY I .
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL. BY
Dr. H. BASE,
June 26 No. Ul Meeting-street
TA A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
lUU For sale by .-. T. J. KERR4?
June 25 I
/i A A BBL9 "FAMILY," "3CPER
4fcUU "FINE" FLOUB.
For sale by 1. J. KERR A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostdeacioob and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mauge, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soups, Ac, put np lol lb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccst?d Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac , pat ap in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pints, pinta
Cider and White Wine VInegir, warranted pore
Fresh Boasted Bio Coffee, of good quality, at 35?.
Jost received and for sale hy
CO-OP EB A l IVE (JBOAJEBY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets. -
Ocods delivered free,_May 28
PINE WOOD FOR SALE.
OA AA CORDS G'OD QUALITY PINE WOOD,
AJ\J\J\J at Fifty Cents per cord on the stump,
and situated two hundred yards from a bold landings
on Cooper River, tear the city. Ad tress BOX No.
116, Charle aUm Poa^pfnce. fm a*. June 25
FRESH DRUGS. 7~
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BAEB, No. 131
BISON '8 TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Couch Syrup
Schenk'? Pulmonic Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tome
bpears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pills, Ac. Ac.
Fleming's Worm Confections A
W light's Rejuvenating Elixir R
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbosphits of Lima
Van Deusen'a Worm Conieclioas
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bordotte'e Worm Sugar Drope
Seballenbemer's Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver Fill?
Lian's Vegetable Fills
nus sel l's soothing syrup for Children Teething
Jayne's Sanative PiUs
Radway's Beady Relief
Radwav'a B. Pills
K dway's Beady Resolvent.
Jane 21 mwf
jy? 1. . FILLET,
TROT, NEW YORK,
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
" PHILANTHROPIST," " CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" ANS ??CTVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE 60UT
ANO TOB SALK BX *
D, I, FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND CN RIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, conveniences and the generad
purposes to which Cooking Stoves are used. The -
PHILANTHROPIST is extra heavy plated, and baal
Aah Drawer; can be made into a pix boiler hoi*
stove ; baa cast iron Water Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN ia of a neat design, and baa a fine large '
Oven. Thia Stove can be bad with the extension
Dirk, six holes, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply to
D. L FULLEBTON,
January SC (moa A noun ts, Ga.
Prags, Carnicol*, (Ctr.
jp ll K BEST IR DIE,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
FOB SALB BT ALL DBUCKJI?T8, AMS BT
W. T. LINN, Druggist,
Corner of Coming and Cannon streets.
June ll Imo*
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Drnjurlsts Kvcr? where, q
.inIT an *v*c_"1
J) I s o s . S
Warranted to Remove all Dosire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contain?
no tiling Injurious.
The following is one of thousands of testimon?ala
th: t are daily received by the Manufacturer:
EICHM ND. VA.,November28,1868. J
Daua fra-The "Tobacco antidote" prepared by \~
yon acrordina to the receipt yoa have submitted to y
me, and the ingredients ol which I have examined,
ls purely vegetable, entirely bai mless, and COD taina
nothing in the leaat injurious. It ia not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale for it, and I believe that if the
M rec tiona are followed, lt will do all you chimed for
it JOHN DOVE, M. D.
49> Price 50 centa per Bo*. The usual discount
to the Trade,
ay For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLVSALE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
June 7 Imo
gHAMriMllKG AND HAl K-tlJ TTlBG.f
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason*
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
No, 31 Broad-at rael vup a tai ra..