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-Gold in New York on Saturday was quoted
-Cotton closed quiet at 341c for middling
-In Li verpool on Saturday cotton was firm
er ?pA active. Bales 15.000 balee. Uplands j
lajd; Orloana 12i 1.
-Tha'Pridoa of Wales wouWO.OOO by betting
onJfche Dot by?
Andy Johnson intends to write A hie tory of ]
-The most coquetirah novelty of the season
is the floral fez or pouf hat, studded so closely j
t with flowers that tbe frame ia concealed.
^-?oagreaaman H?ge uses his offioial franks ^
*onrtu?WiarjB extended by the Badical Com?
mittee td" their b trbecue io Latta's Orove.
-Chinese 'capitalism are' marmfa?turing
shoes ami slippers m Ban Francisco, and they
OvSfeoBsP their oldyhabil?;eo.far as to U8e sew?
ing machines in the work. . , . i .
-lt is estimated'that the number pf pariions
who visited Florida on buaioes*, as sett lera,
?nd aft Invalids-br p?eaiaxe-seekers, last win?
ter, will roach three hundred thousand.
_^rxty-two emigrants, direct from Swtteer
Iand, arriTed M Goldsboro\ N. C., on Friday
evernffg/they fin io ? floe condition, and
wsre^oeire4?>y mwtxn} of tte. North. Caro
Una.Immigration Association. Mr. Atkinson,
thi nm-* Si *h" "?nm*ti'uii baa returned from
-Misa Hattie E. Woodruff, of Charleston, S.
O .nlaaallTsstthn fir s t pre mi um for drawing and
p?^pf^aud ??em^ mn
eueaod rrench, at the annual distribution of
prizes, Jone of the Educational Ea'tblifli?
ment ior/Young Ladies or Convent of Villa
Mari?, Montreal, Canada East.
-Che Secretary of War ha? issued his ap?
proval bf th? plans for the construction of the
bridge between New York and Brooklyn, pro
Tided that tbe height of the centre of the main
span of the bridge shall not be less than one
hundred and thirty-five feet io the clear at
mean high water of tho spring tides.
-The Ath?es, Ga., Watchmen says : "We
learn ' that A. M. Jackson, Esq., the Ordinary
of this county, Bold, last week, the cotton
grown on an acre lot in WattaosriJle for two I
hundred and seventy-six dollars ! Who can <
beat tat* 7 There is "life in the old land yet," ,
and old Clarke is hard te beat in agricultural j
products." ! .
-A dispatch from Washington says : "Mrs.
Dr. Mary E, Walker bas at last succeeded in '
her persistent applications for a ge ver nm cn t '
0fllC%.' Pantaloons and all, she is to be induct- 1
ed into a clerkship in the ornoo of the hird
auditor. She wiD be thc only woman in that
office, but it will be remembered that she ex?
pressed herself as 'not afraid of the men.' "
-The Yet ger trial before a military commis -
sion tirooaeds slowly. A telegram dated Jack- 1
son, Miss., Jone 38* sajs: "The prisoner, in his ?
bearing before the oommissioir,-aoesnot betray 1
any a go s of o ppreemo?.-' He cannot be said to i
bo defiant, bathe is not in the least abashed. <
He has been tieated with considerable leniency j
hy the military authorities. Once or twice
.dalry the carriage containing Mrs. Yerger, the
two daughters, young ladies of thirteen and
fifteen, a nd on? or two 3 oung ohildre n, may be .?
seen driping through the camp to tbe prison?
er's quarters, bringing creature comforts to
him. The. privilege appears to have been
abused, and whiskey and money have been con- ,
veyedaohim. He is not now permitted to re?
cel ve any thing from outside, and is confined
strictly to army rations. Jobs K. Yerger, the 1
uncle, and Goorgo Yerger, the brother, who 1
have been in confintinDDt since Colonel Crane's <
death, were thfcvday released under bonds. ]
-Tue New .York reporters give lengthy ac
counts oM?flir experiences on board the cap?
tured expeditionary fleet. Three steam toes,
it seem?, were chartered to convey the men to '
the Lower Bay, while two provision-laden 1
schooners had preceded them. The tugs car- '
ried about two hundred men, half of wiitin t
were-Cubans, .he remainder were New Yorkers, c
chiefly Irishmen, all of whom had served in ]
the late war either as careers or privates.
Among the Cubans was Charles Hayer, who
fought the celebrated Spanish duellist, Pepe J
L'-ulla, of New Otleans, on the 9th of last jiay. '
While- ihe-' tugs were waiting in the1 bay, the ?
expected steamer was captured by the United o
States authorities. The officers on board the t
tqgs cruised aro and until their provisions gave a
ont and then pst into New London, where
they learned what had happened and decided
to return to New York. Scaroely had they
changed front, however, before tbe revenue I a
cutter MahuniDg appeared and they were taken | J
into, custody. Arno og the articles found on
th? tugs was armadle of Cuban bonds, with
which t he volunteers were to be paid. '
-The robbery of the Ocean Bank is a till the
s msetion m New York, but there is little or
nothing really new to' add to the facts already 1
given. It wag stabd by some ot the papers 0
tba-, the porter of the bank bad the combinar
tion of the lock to the outer door of the vault.
This is positively denied by tho officers of the
bank, who say that only the president and one
other officer ever bad any koowledga of the
oom >ina lo.i. " It is also said that me report J
that the he y ot the inner door of the vault waa
Lsn.ing on the lintel is wholly false. Some 1
light is shod on the question of the safety of
the combination leek in use by the operation
of an expert lotsktinith of New York. This
person called at the bank on Tuesday and of- ?
fered to pick tn combination lock on the c
oater door, if permission were granted him to t]
operate, ihe door was thereupon locked, the
combination beeng known only to tbe presi- fl
deot, ?nd, sure enough, the locksmith did n
open it, and with compirative facility. This 1<
lock has two hundred numbers on the dial,
thusaUowing for millions of combinations.
Hitting upon the exact conjunction of num?
bers by which tho lock may be opened (the.
changes therein being made at tbe will of the |
party who Io'ks the door,) may, therefore, be
set down as a simple impossibility ; but tbat
there is s plan by which this seeming difficulty
may be overcome without injuring the lock, is
mide fully apparent, both from the operations i
of the burglars as well as from the undeniable t
proof of that mot given by the locksmith re?
ferred to. That gentleman said that the
.means by which the unlocking is done are so
simple that he could, in fifteen minutes' time.
"teach any person of ordiuary capacity hon
perform tho operation. That the bot ff
who entered tt e Ocean Bank were cogoizai
thia moaoB admita no doubt ; m fact, the m
ner in which the robbery waa aooompbat
from beginning; to end, abowa that the par
engaged in it were thorougly trained in et
particular of their nefarious business,
were possessed of far more than ordinary
pertness at their unlawful trade.
-A co-operative farm of over" ten thous
acres baa recently been established by the ii
qu is de Boissiere, a French gentleman of au
means, and ah ardent disciple of Fourier,
founder of thia establishment intends to ap
two or three years in planting ?nd improv
the farm, erecting large dwellings and ma
factories, before inviting persona of sim
vtewa to Join him. Alargo number of lat
era are now engaged in the preliminary w
of establishing a "phalanstery," and the M
quia ?a now living with them, in a rough fra
house, in backwoods style. De Boissiere 1
embarked his whole fortnne, amounting at I
lowest estimate to tl 000,000, in this bene
lent enterprise, and has made a will,, givi
$100.000 to his relatives, and vesting the
mamder in trustees to oirry ont hts pla
Although a follower of Fourier, the Marq
de Boiaaieie does not approve of the w
schemes of that philosopher, and is
favor of preserving social institutions
they exist. De Boissiere, it ts stated,
an eminently praotical man, was educ
ed at a Polytechnic school in Fran
and bas heretofore been engaged in managi
hia estates, comprising three thousand aoi
ot land near Bordeaux. "Communism" is i
approved of, and every man and woman in t
settlement must earn a separate living. T
taatirnUon^Jbrming ft model of the Kans
colony ia the "family" *t Guise, near it. Que
tin, m the east of France. At Quise, a fain:
house bas been established, where all. t
members,, mostly working .people, cheap
their li vi DR by oat ?ag at a common table-t.
laving being effected by purchasing food
wholesale, and cooking it ia large .quantilK
Ia the vicinity are (arms and workshops, own
by the society and under the supervision
managen selected from the commtmi ty. A
plicanta fdr admission must pr od ace s a ti
factor evidence of sobriety and indue try, ai
pay a small initiation fee: Apartments a
furnished ' to the members, who have tl
privilege of using a library. The oh i kin
must b? sent to Behool for a certain number
fears. Ord?iary money is not allowed-ti
ODIV curren cy being cheeks ironed by tl
idcietiy. >t' ,'. .
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1869.
' A: . . i 1 ' . ' 1 ' ' ~~~
THI NEWS is published every day in tb
fear except Sunday,, .and will appear i
asual to morrow (Tuesday) morning.
?han tia? statte Taxes be Paid I
The people of the State are indignai
that the taxable value of their propert
ihould have been doubled and trebled witt
jut any sound reason ; ?nd in mere tha
jne oounty there is a disposition to try th
inestion, whether the sworn statement c
he property-holder ia not a better evideno
>f the true value of hie property than th
irbitrary decision of a Board of so-callei
Squalisation, having its sessions in Gelnra
3ia. The State constitution declares (arti
:le 1, section 30) that ?all property subjec
io taxation shalt be taxed in proportion i
Its value," and the tax law of 1868 provide
[section 48) that " all real and persons
property shall be valued for taxation af it
true value in money, which, in all oases no
?therwise specially provided for in this aol
shall bs held to be fae usual telling pri?e o
limilar property at the plaee where th.
return is to be made." Under this las
Hause th? sworn returns were made to th?
iistriot assessors. They were then exam
ned by the State Board of Equalisation
rho added a total amount of $49,046,068 tt
?o the returned value of the real property
This addition presses upon the differ
wt counties with very unequal weight
Lu Orangeburg, for Instanos, the r?vis?e
assessment is three times the original
assessment ; in Kershaw and Marion twiss,
md in Chesterfield and Edgefield one and ?
lalf times. Ia some oases, lands had un
lonbtedly been given at less than theil
ntrinsic value, but it is very questionable
thether any returns of consequence were
nade at less than the price which the pro?
perty would then have sold for in open
narket. The worth of the thing is what it
sill bring, and it was not incumbent upon
he holder to assess his property at one
lent more than its market price, however
ow that prioe might be. And, besides, it
ny returns were improperly made, what
ustioe is there in taxing a whole oounty
or the eherteomings of one man or ten
sen ? The whole notion of the State Board
f Equalisation was tyrannical aad arbi
rary. Tyrannical, beoanse they took
dvantage of the terms of an inc empr e he n
ible law to double and treble the amount
f taxation ; and arbitrary, because they
aade their additions by rule of thumb,
laving no means ef deciding whet he - the
etums had, indeed, been fraudulently
aade. The effect of this "equalisation"
inst be disastrous. Men who had laid by
nough to pay tax-s on $5000, the true
slue of their property, now find themselves
ailed upon to pay taxes on $10,000 if they
ive in Kershaw or Marion, and on $15,000
f they live in Orangeburg. This is euough
o daunt any people, however industri
us, and it is not surprising that more
nan one of. the county papers advise tneir
enders to resist the payment of taxes, or
o refuse to pay upon mare than ike origi?
nal assessment of their property.
Ia so serious a matter the people will net
ot without deliberation and r? flection. We
re in the banda of a godless orew who
ave no interest in the general welfare of
lie State, and who wonld find room for pro
table jobbing in any movement which
light lead to the sale of large traots of
ind under tax executions. A square and
pen resistance to the collection of taxes of
ny kind would probably bring the Radi?
als to their senses, but this oannot be had.
fhat is now needed is to test the legality
f the action of the State Board of Equal
zation. and this can surely bs done.
Nor should we hesitate to avail ourselves
if all the trioks and turns of the law in
iddiDg ourselves of an unjust tax. The
ax law (section 95) eays that all taxe*
.shall be payable, annually, on or before
be first day of March after their assess
aent." lt was intended to make the arses".
meat early in the year, so that the taxes
might be due by March 1st of the present
year. Bat the assessment was not made
nntil late in May last, and'the taxes under
the law, are not due' until March, 1870.
There can be no enforcement of a penalty,
no distraint, no aale of property for taxes,
until the taxes are due, and we should like
to know under what section of the tax law
the Treasurers can compel the taxes to be
paid up at onee. This is a matter worthy
of consideration, for few of us are so ena?
mored of our Radical rulers as to desire to
pay taxes any earlier than we are obliged
to do so.
The whole question, however, rests with
the people of the different counties. No
agitation will be of raine unless it be gene?
ral and continued. A flash in the pan will
be worse than useless, but the people can,
if they so desire, defer the payment of their
taxes until the last moment, and ia the
meanwhile determine quietly whether a flat
refusal to pay the taxes as they now stand,
is the beat course to pursue.
Tote Immigration Question.
A contention bas been called to meet in
Memphis, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, for
the speoial encouragement of Chinese im?
migration. It will be oomposed of dele?
gates from all parts of the South, particu?
larly from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Arkrnsas and Tennessee. Ie is
expected, moreover, that Eoopmanahaaf,
one of the principal Chinese contractors at I
San Francisco, who has already brought
fifty thousand of his countrymen to America,
will be present at the convention, and will
unfold his plans for organising a mighty
seheme of direct immigration to the South.
This State is certainly as much interested
as any one of her neighbors in pro curing
laborers for the low country, and our rioe
and long cotton planters would do well to
be represented in the convention. This
might give shape to a movement whioh, in
South Carolina, has, so far, neither head
The Tax Question.
The Columbia Phoenix publishes a letter
to Governor Scott, in whioh some taxpay?
ers Bay : " As a number of persons are
"complaining of the assessment of taxes
"made in the Stats, and of the amount en
"tailed by said assessment ; and, also, as
"many taxpayers complain and desire to
"know by what means a remedy for this
"apparent etil may be obtained, we deem
"it a duty to respectfully ap pl j to you lo
"ascertain what course would bs best to
"pursue to secure redress."
The Spartanburg Casette jays that a
I peremptory order has been received from
the State Auditor to deduet from the assess?
ment of leal and personal property the
amount whioh had been added. The
amount added by the State Board was 100
per oent. If the deduction cm be made in
one oounty, why not in every county ?
THE LETTER? of our Columbia corres?
pondent, published this morning, contain
an account of the Fourth of July celebra?
tion in Columbia on Saturday, tho exami?
nation at the Ursluine Academy, the cost
of oonvicting a chicken thief, and other
MK. JAMBS 8. GIBBES H A VIH G
witbdrawn from the firm of GIBBES A
BARNWELL ot Savannah, Ga, we hereby Rive no?
tice that the bnslneis will bo carr.ed on under the
same firm name by the undersigned.
ALLEN 8. GIBBES.
Julys 3 AB'BUB BARNWELL.
ginsglotiou of jbgffggj^
TU IC tVNDKKSIONKO HAS WITH?
DRAWN from the firm of GIBBES A BARN?
WELL, Savannah, Ga
(Signed) J Ail ES 8. GIBBER
July 3 , 3
r? H K XIX CKNTUKY.
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Bsajiriseences ot Confederate Camps and
fields, No. 2. bv ''Personne "
II. A LEAP FROM AN OLD LAWYER'S POBT
III TALES FROM THE BITOFADESA OF
Sanscrit Wit and Wisdom.
IV. DUELS AND DCcLLING.
V. THETALMPD-THE TARGUMS.
Vi CHARMS OF TBE CLASSICS.
VIL AG LAOS
A Po-m to the Memory of the late Henry
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C JNF ED K R AC Y.
Crossing the Ocau in an Open Boat
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Skins-v Ben arkable Era-John cotna
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Our Jumble of Sense and Nonsense-The
Summer Molen e - Watering Places -
Fourth ot inly - I be Outlook from
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TO KENT. THK. PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY RESI?
DENCE, No. 6 Gadsden-street, oppo'ite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM a A W MILL.
EBAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houaes to rent, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowert rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
ri OE, No. 149 Esst Bay
FOR SALE, TWO KINE LARGE
MULES, fire and six Tears old; can be seen at
No. 33 CHALMEK^TREET. mwf June 38
STEAM ENGINES FDR ?ALU CHEAP,
if applied lor immediately -
(I) One 12 homo Portable tfNOINE
(1) One 4-borse Portsbio Engine.
il) One 8-horse-power ENGfNE, in wood condition.
CAMERON, lu RE LL Y A CO.,
-Northeast corner Meeting and Cnrnberland-screet*.
Ja nu arv IS
AUCTION EEKS, Bl? I) ICE Its, ?ND
others wishing "J-or Sale" f lar-ards, Business
Cards, or other Jon Printing executed with neat
n?f a and dispatch, will conduit their interest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Eau Bay._
rplIOMAS COUN TY O\" PLANTATION
L FOR s ALE.-I offer for sale a PLANTATION
in Thomas County, four miles from rbomaxviile,
consisting of twelve hundred and two and a hali
acres first qua i y Land, witu good Dwelling, Ca. in*.
Kitchen, barns, stables. Qiu-houae. Gin Packing
..-crew. Blacksmith >hop, Ac , all und r good fence;
6ve hundred sores cleared, balance heavily timber?
ed. There are three hundred ?cres of virgin ham?
mock-bounded on tbs north aide by the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad; on the south by the Monticello
road, and th? new railroad from Albany will come
within half a mile of this Plantation
lhere ia s nerer-falling creek of floe water run?
ning through the Plantation; a'-so five wells ant two
well stocked flab ponds on the premises.
Ibis place is known as the ' Seward Home Place,"
being formerly the property of Hon James L. tew
The Mules, Horsea and other Stock, with aU the
Wagons and Agricultural Impl"m nts, will De sold
with the place on rc non a bl o terms.
For particulars, apply to
A. STEVEN-' August*. Ga.
Or to A. P. WRIGHT, Thomaavllle, Gi.
Or L. J. GUT LU RUN A 00, Savannah. Ga.
P. 8.-There are two church j* and two schools in
Thomee ville, Ga., flne climate sn I good netgonora.
June 7 Imo
AFEW GEATLf MAN CAN FIND
First-rlass 1 AbLE-BOAKD, lu tho business
part ot the ci v in a private iNerti erni tamlly.
"c-iiis SC per week. Adoren.? BOARDER. P O.,
with real Dame li* Julv S
ilO.VHD Wa. NT KD. IN A PRIVATE
D fami y lora tamily ot' three. Address. A B.
C , at THI> OFFICE. 1" July 5
BOA KD MN S. LLIV A N'S It LA ? D.- I tl K
BKAOB HOU-*E ii now openc 1 t ir the arc m
modulion ol Hoarders, either permanent or transient
Ample S' tajimmodatioii for Picnic and Miro-u Par?
ties, carriageJnat endtnccat Wharf.
Jnly 2 Ifr w I. McuON ?LD, Proprietor.
ItUP ?RTANT TO CITY KKMIDE^TS.
At the BOMNETHEAO HOUSk, *iken, rt. C..
hoard for the Sommer at $12 per week including
Baths. *c; the coole-t and most delightful spot m
these highlands. Apply to GEORGE GEHN KB,
Manager. 6 June 30
pst ano /rjanD.
BOY I OST.-A BOY KN??\VN BY THE
Dame of WILLIE FARRELL t, or WILLIE
Ki NN Eh Y wa* decoyed away from his home in
Atlanta in April last Ihe b <y has light h dr. vorr
large blue e\es, som: freckles OD his lue and is both
talkative and intelligent. Any into: mUion regard?
ing him may bo sent to hin mother. Mrs. C. A. KEN?
NEDY, .'.llauta, Ga. 6 Ju'y 5
SrOGK.N, Fltoil MKS. LEVICY >MOEE,
in Colinton Coanlv. two tut e? tr.>m Walierboro",
on the Light ot tue 10th April last, her om? MARE.
1 hr alare is black unit rather low tor her length,
hut well bunt; b?r body loug; both toro feet and
one hiud fu <t uro white, ?iud brandel OJ the shoul?
der S. rt I hi Mare was followed hfu-en ra le? above
Wilterboro' in the direction ot Uar ti well a white
mau wa-? r diug her. Hr.'. -?-noke could not have
thc thief loliowed for want of meaus. ami her little
croptnu*t he iov wiih~>ut?ht-l->. Any lulormation
rolative to tho Marc will bc thankfully rcceiv.-o. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Wa.teiboro', Coileton Coun?
ty. ^ . a^ayai
SOLOMON'S I.OD S K. No. 1, A. F. ?f.
THE MONTHLY ' OM M t7 N ICA IIO i WILL BE
bela ia Masonic Hull, Tars EVENIHO, tbs otb.
inat., st bight o clock. The Ar.ear Lier will be read,
of wh>ch all coucernrd will please tske due rotiee.
Members and candidates for Decrees wdl be
punctual By order of the W M.
JalyS_W. A. WILSON. Secreiary,
I. O. O.F.
THEOFBTCERQ AND UI'1IDER> OF THE B. W.
Grand hncampm^nt are requested to assem?
ble at udd Fe low'? Hali, lum (Monday) EVE DIO
the 5th lustant, at Light o'clock, for the put pose of
installing the offl -era of Palmetto Encampment,
By crder of the Grand C. P.
J. E. ME?FB.
July 5 G. Scribe.
1.1?, tl. P.
PALME TT" ENCAMPMENT, No. 1.
rriBE R-GOL AR MEETING OF i HI CAMP WILL
J ne helJ THIS EVEHIHO, at E'gbt o'c oct, at
Odd Fellow's Hall, corner Kirg and Liberty streets.
By order C. P. nu B K RT C. hi A BB,
Ju>y5 mbL.15ap5.19 my3 17 JoT.at Jyl,l8
TBE ANNIVERSARY MEf.TING OF THH SO?
CIETY will be hell ?RIB OAT at South Caro
HLS Hall. Meeting-9troer, at Fuur o'clock P. M., and
the Society will dino together at the same placo at
balf-pjst Five o'clock P. M.
JAMES M MON i. Ja.,
July 5 Secretary.
PALMKTTO ST IC AM PIRK ENUINE
THE BKGUCAB MON IHLY M KETTNG OF YOUB
Company will be Held at your Hui. Tm* i Mon?
day i bras uta, July 6th, at . ight o'clock precisely.
By order or the I resident
ALKZANDER DON IAN,
July 5 KecrstST.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LA DDK ti
COMPANY, No. 1.
ALI.THEAlTlViAV'DHON. HAUY MEMBERS
ot the Companv aro luvited to p.i tioioate in
tue f xcur-ion o.i THIS DAT. July 6'h, 1869. Tickets
can be procured from the inden-igeod.
July 5 A B JAKV?N. ?oerotarv.
CIM'ILESTo.V M CHA \ IL ?. CI Tlf.
AMON IHLY MEE iIVG Ol' TUE CH AR LE ?TON*
Mk. IB ANIO HOCIE ii will be ce.d at the
Maaomc Hall, luis EVEMNO, the fith instant, at
Eight "'clock. JOsEPH GUY,
July 6_Secretary 0. M. H.
FKKl'.VDjCHAF I S BUND.
rpO-DAY BEING TBE CELEBRATION OF THE
L FOURTH OF JULY, "Our Nolls" b.-gs lo .ve to
announce to the Members ot the above society that
he wilt serve up an excellent Lunch at ll o'clock,
A. M CHAS. SINGLING,
July 5 _Secretary.
NIAGARA FI HE ENGINE COMPANY,
YOU ARE HEB'B? SUMMONED TO MEET AT
the Engine House, 1 HIS AJTEBSOOH, the 5th
luBtant, at two o'clock, In rail nulform, tor Parade.
July 6 ? J. M. BOLLOWAY. Secreiary.
STATS AOrtlCCLTIlHAU ANJJ HU*
AMEETING OF TBE EXECUTIVE COMM?T
TER is called to meet at Columba OD the 14th
I Julv in BI. A foil aiton dance lt desirable, as impor?
tant mattera will be brought before the committee.
July S 8 President and Ex-Offlclo Chairman.
BKM OT A IJ_STRAUSS Si VANCE
have remove 1 to the Store No. 149 5IEETING
STKEET opposite the Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewing, 1 haye. A Co . where
they are offering a large and complete assortment of
DRY and FANCY GOODS. Imo July 6
?Uri) ($0005, (Ctr.
J. E. READ & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED A DESIRABLE LOT OF
At 35 cents per yard.
CH >IOE JAP VNE-E CLOTH* at 30 and 40 cents
French Oigandies, at 5'J couts, reduced irom 75
cen's and $1.
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
BLACK DB ESS GOODS IN VARIETY.
BERNANIS. Bareges, Crape Maretz, Tamise Cloth,
8-4 BLACK G00D3, suitable for Shawls, Talmas,
J. R. READ di CO.
GL9TESI GLOYES !
SUPEB WBITE TAFFETA GLOVES
tuner Black Taffeta Gloves
*uoer Colored Taffeta Gloves
White and Colored Ll-le Gloves
Children's Gloves lu variety.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Hose, lo best English manufacture.
DRE'S TRIMMING', MO^QOITO BOBBINET
and Gauze, Cambric and Swiss Pulling, Linen Sets.
A fall assortment of SWISS, CAMBRIC and NAIN?
SOOK TRIMMINGS, just received.
J. H. MEAD Si CO.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
WHITE LACE POINTS
Sewing silk '?hawli
Summer Grenadine shawls
Black and White Birege ahiwh
Black Silk Coverings.
OT HEB STYLES OF COVEBING3, now offering
at reduced prices.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. ?63 KING-STREET,
Apiil 12 mw(3moa Opposite Hasel.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
5 CASES OF 44 I0NGCLO1H9, AT12}3' CENTS.
A large assortment ot French Comets, hom 7?
Fute cho'co ?'ol?an of Crape Marctz only yfl
cent? ver yard.
French Figued ' ambries, ?t '?5 cents pw ya rd.
A full supply ol Colored Mus itu-, Mozimbiques.
I'arcges, Leno.-. 20 per cent cheaper than anywhere
A full lino of Swi<s?i<. Cambrics. Na!n-,ooli.?,
Crowbarred Mu-lin s at mod?ralo prices.
5U0 dozens of rngU?h and German Ladies'and
Gem's Hotiery, from 12)? cents np.
The latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents up.
La<l ?es' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
Robinet for Pavillons, at reduced prices.
Hoopsk'rt* for Ladle?, from 40 rents up.
A well assorted stoca ol Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Gloves, Ac, which we Bell at ridiculous prices.
Can and examine our stock. Great inducement
are offered at
Fl Ht UGO I T d( BRO.,
Corner Klug and Calhoun streets.
An exelnsive department for BOOTH, Sb OES,
HATS and TRUCKS, which wo are able to sell 20
per cent, cheaper than any other house.
May 3 3mos
F \V. ?Sf L. G. H ELLS di.<0.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT8,
So. UsVWKST PKATT-STREBT.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ol early
We guirantec highes: market prices and prompt
return* lor all sonsignmeats to our house, stencil
PLt'.i iu.-uta'itd iree ol charge. tmOa Mar 3
J?ALL ALP MO ?BT PL K KS AIT.
fcIN SALL WTBD AU MO KT AG DEM 5TH JTJLT
auf Monat Pleasant stattnaden worn ich aOe meine
Freunde und Bekannte ergeben-t einlade.
Fur gute Mustek und Erfrischungen 1st bestens
gesorgt Anf?nge morgens um 10 uhr.
Eintrittspreis 35 cents. Damen frei.
PET EB SMITH,
Eigrnthumer ron Mount Pleasant Bouse.
July 3 3*
THE NBW8 JOB OFFI'JE,
No. 140 East Bay,
Executes aB kinds of PLAIN and
FAN Ci PEIN UNO with neitneBS and
The best work guaranteed at less than
New Fork prices.
EVEBY DESCRIPTION OF
BRIEF.', PAMPHLETS, POLICIES
OABDS, CIRCULARS, NOTES
BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, RECEIPTS
TICKETS, DBUG LABELS, Ac, Ac.
AS WELL as
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest notice, and
cheap for cash, al
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And all those who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will find it lo their interest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPEBS and MATERIAL kept on band,
from which selections may be made.
OCR FBIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being oiled as promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Our Job Department is in charge of
Mr. JAS. D. PABBY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will afford
every facility possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 119 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEBS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, cm get their orders
flited promptly and in the neateat style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
/omi) (goons, Cte.
rjlO THE LADIES.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE, O?B
many years' expcr.'cuce tn the manufacture ot
DUN AM NIAL H Alli WOi'K enable ua io offer
to our customers the finest assortment ot' every ar?
ticle required in our line, from thc small FRIZZES
to the full WI'-, embro.ini unida or ? wlt-hes, Coila,
Waterfalls, Cusmons, Crlmpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
TORTOI E-SHELL DRESSING, TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS of every other class.
To the Gentlemen.
WE C\N FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHI3
KEBS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, Ac.
To Our Cnstoniers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PEBFU
MERY, >OAP?, POMADES, HAIR OILS. HAIR RE
S'OBATTVEs, COSMETIC", Ac, from the moat re?
spectable houses in each country.
On- GEM AN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, "IortoUbcll, Buffal> and other Dreading
Con.tm, we challenge rivalry.
Poriieular aiton.ion ia paid to the malting of Me?
mento Hau- Work as BREAST PINS, EAR KI^D.-,
FINGER RINGS. CHARMS, Ac.
Alloiders by mail will beso filled that the reputa?
tion of the house tort, ic paat thirty-live yean shu ll
not suffer In our bands. Always on band a flue as?
sortment ot French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
M. dc A. ASHTON,
No. 240 KING-STREET.
Jan ary5 tul m CS?RLS?T JV, S, C.
(Srorrries ans fiLiittUntius.
1 At AA B?CHEL* PRIME WHIIB
1?UU ?00 bashe s YELLOW CORN, er Stesse.,
er (tea Gail, for ?ale bj
July 8 2? H. B?LWIHKLB ?t CO.
WHEAT! WHEAT !
WASTED TO PURCHASE, 10,00?
Basheld CBOIuE WHEAT.
July 8 mwf6 JOBN CAMP3EN k CO.
SLED PEAS !
I AA bashels CHOICE SEED PEAS.
LUU For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN A 00.
OA AAA 8BIKGLE3 ?F GOOD QUALITY.
i?U?vvv For sale at a low rate, by
Ads-er'a North Wharf,
Or Bice Mill, weat end Tradd-8treetF"f
July 5 mara
B KlCKM UKICKS!.
175 000NExT BkUCK8,70 ABBiva.
For sale lo? br Jt.HN TI ENC KEN,
Corner of Btite and Market ?treets,
r A BABBELE FRESH GROUND BTE FLOUB.
fj\J ?Campsen Mills," fresh quality, at $7 28 per
barrel. Foi sale by
JOHN CA MPS EN A 60.
Joly 3 3
OA OA BUSHELS BRIGHT BEAVY OAT8,
^UUfJ Forsaleby T. J. KERB A CO.
FOB SALE, WHOLES iLE AND BET AL, BY 1
Dr. H. BABB, *
June 26 No. lil MeeOng-street/
BALES PB1ME NORTH RIVER HAY.
For sale by T. J. EEBB A CO.
/?AABBL9 "FAMILY," -SUPER' AW
4I:UU "FINE" FLOOR.
For sale by 1. J. HEBB A CO.
Jone 28_. . .. .
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mott delicious sod healthy food, usad
for Paddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Iee Cream, .
Griddle Cakes, Soaps, Ao., put ap in 1 BJ. pack- '
ages, with directions for ase.
D e#lccst< d cocoanut, for Pies, Paddings, Cakst,
Ac , pat ap In half tb. packages, with dirac Oona.
Sweet Oil, French sad American In half pinta, pints
Cider and White Wine VI neg w, warranted pura?
Frssh Boasted Rio Coffee, of good quality, st 86s.
Jost zecelved end for sale by
CO-OPERA UVE GROCERY STORK, '
Southwest cornrr Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._May g
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
ANO BET AIL BY DB. H. BABB, No. Ul
M EE IT SG-STBEET
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Pulmonlc Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tonic
bpearn' Fruit Preserving SoluUsn
German Blood or '.Kaiser*' Pin., Ac.. Ac.
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's syrup Hypopbosphlts of Lima ?
Van Deusen's Worm Confections -T .
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bardotte's Worm Sugar Drops
< Grafenberg Pius
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver Hil
Linn's Vegetable rills
Russell's Soothing Coriki for Children Teething Ni
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Bad way's Beady Belief
Bad way's B. Pula
Rid way's Ready Besolvent.
June 21 mwf
jy? L . V 1 L L ET,
TROT, NEW YORK.
SrOYES, RANGES, HE ATE BS, HOLLOW
MPHILANTHROPIST," "CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CTViTJAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE 60UTHSBK
TB AD E.
AND FOB SALK BI
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, conveniences and the general
purposes to which Cooking Stoves are need. Iks
PHILANTHROPIST is extra heavy plated, and hu
Ash Drawer; can be made Into a six boiler hole
.tove; baa cast iron Witer Tank galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, and has a fine largs
Oven. Thia Stove can be had with the extension
back, eix boles, snd reservoir when desired.
For further information apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January SC Imo? Augusta, Ga.
QITIZBNS' SAVIflOS BARK
CBABU8T0N, 8. 0.
?iffier, No. 66 EAST BAY.
Open daily from.9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Saturday Evenings from.6 to 8 P. M.
THE COOKS' OF THE BANK WILL BE CLOSED
FOR THE PAYMENT OF DtPOSITS irom theist
to the 12th of JOLT LI order to mik? the regular
semi-annual calculations of inter-sr, but will con?
tinue to receive deposits dai'y as usual.
Interest allowed on deposit?, -ix per cent., com?
DANIEL BlVEVEL, JB.,
Joly 1 4 Assistant Oaahier.
QHAMBERLAIN di SEABttOOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, S. C.
Office in the Courthouse.
D. H. CBANBKBLA?, Atty-GeneraL. .E. B. SE AB BOOK.
Special attention will be paid to the Prosecution of
Claims held bv parties outside of the State. May 4
-pitAftCIS H. DUC,
Late of thc firm of Shepherd, Due A- Cohen,
PLAIN TI N IF A R E,
And Wholesale Dealer In
JAPANNED, STAMPED WARE, &c.,
Ko. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. *>i
43" OIL, PAINT, FRUIT CANS AND BOIES
made a specialty. mf . ? May 24