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. -A number of the old Yerger family sen
? vants have come forward to offer money to aid
' their "young massa" on his murder trial.
- -The S -hool Board of Co ring ton, Kentucky,
.have, by av unanimous vote, re-elected Miss
Jamindi Graig to her piar? aa teacher, at a
salary of $900 per annum.
-Near Cheyenne has been discovered an im?
mense tract of land covered with edible mush?
rooms of extraordinary size and delicious
flavor. One is spoken of which was seven
inches in diameter with a stem two inches
'thick, and which weighed a pound.
-A canill?n of forty-three bells, the only
One in the United States, and the third largest
in (he world, were consecrated at St. fosephs
Cathedral, Bafialo. New York, on Thursday.
Six bishops, varions Roman Catholic societies
?and a splendid orchestra participated in the
-It is supposed that Mr. Robeson will again
change the names of naval vessels, recently
robbed of their Indian designations, to the
names of States, rivers, lakes and cities, in
accordance wu h the law on the subject. It is
Bald that Mr. Borie alone was responsible for
tba recent order, and that Admiral Porter bad
nothing to do with it, preferring the old names.
-The historians who have been vexing their
hearts over the persistent refusal of the War
Department to grant them access to the
archives of the Confederate Government might
better have possessed their souls in patience.
* It ??reported that the President is about to
throw open these.' records, under proper re?
strictions, to all applicants. The New York
Tribune says that if the testimony of those
who have examined them may bo accepted, it j
wff! then be found-that the archives so eagerly
aought are nearly worthless when attained.
-airs. Gaines publishes in the New Orleans
Times a card in relation to the suit recently in?
stituted against ber m thit city. She says that
several of those whose names appear as plain?
tiffs in that snit have assured ber that they
never gave any authority to any person to in?
stituto proceedings. Sher"further says that the
1 possession of her property is only a question
of time, and adds : "For years I have borne
every species of persecution, until forbeara nee
'has now ceased to be a virtue. Bat from all
those who meet me amicably, I will still enter- 1
tain propositions for compromise in the spirit '
of liberality which I have at a l times hereto-'
-Molasses, hi bulk, has just been received
in Boston by the nsw iros brig Novelty. She
bad her tanks filled with water when she left
Boston for Cuba, to tost tbs tanks. All went
well on the ontwaid passage. At Matanzas
abe took on board 81.075 gallons, or 784 hogs?
heads of molasses, sailed thence 19th ultimo,
-and arrived at Boston Joly 1. in excellent or?
der ?od withont any leakage of cargo. She
-was taken to one of the Sooth End wharves,
where tanks are prepared to receive molasses;
.. and having a poweTful steam pump on board,
I; wil aosua discharge ber otrge without loss.
The BS vi ng by the use of tanks is estimated st
?bout $2000 on thia cargo.
-A peregrinating peddler, by the name of |
Boort, had-his head scalped by a railroad loco?
motive, a few days ago, near Dubuque, Iowa.
He was walking on the track wbea he waa
.vertaken by the engine, but he luckily had
time tb squat i? a trench ont in the road-bed
liebre it rn shad over him. He didn't or
?couldn't dook his head low enough, however,
and the result was that his scalp waa "raised"
si anama he ally as if the operation had been
performed by a Pawnee Indian. When tho
condo c ter of the'tram earn? . beek to look after
him, Scott blurted ont a few words of defiance,
and intimated that if hereafter the railroad
company were not more careful with their
old steam wagon, he would sue them for dam?
-A strange and terrible freak was played by
the lightning on Long Island, New York, one
?tenipg last Week. The ?neets at the Sea Side
House at Hooka way, to the number cf nearly
forty, had gathered fn the main parlor, and
were all seated, the doors and windows being |
open, when a bait of electricity suddenly pros
. trate d every person in the room. In an instant
the persons least injured sprang to their feet,
and found soma seven or eight of the gus's
' unconscious and apparently dead. Tho ladies,
who were dressed io silk, were the least a fleet?
ed. There being a doctor upon the premises,
restoratives were applied, and all began soon
to recover, and in less than two hoare were
oat of danger. The bolt that entered the
' room appeared to some to be about the size of j
a six pound cannon bil!; as it spent its force,
it left in the room a suffocating smell of sul?
-One of the colonies of Japanese in Ca' i .
fonda is to be located near Placerville. Every
family will have a co ttage and a garden for a
full supply of vegetables and for ornament, j
Mulberry trees and tea plants will be allotted
in divisions to each family. Each family will
feed its owu worms, spin its own cocoons, and
recorre pay ac coi din;r to its quality or quan?
tity. Ihe raw silk will then bo put in market
for export or lot home manufacture. Tea
will be made on the same principles. The
lamines cal ivate, pick the leaves, deliver at
the factory raid receive payment. Thus the
factories can make unit Jim qualities for mar?
ket. Wnw making will follow a similar ju?
dicious diviaioa of labor, where it is practica?
ble. There will be an extensive nursery for
th? growth and sal? of Japanese trees, such
?a tea planta, bamboos, wax trees, Ac. A lake
has been laid ont for Bah culture, which the
Japanese have practiced from Mme immemo
. rial. They are great lovers of flab.
'7 -In Richmond is a negro who, eighteen
years ago, bought his freedom of bia master
and, ' working hard, early and late, soon was
able to tray his wife. He bas been prospering
stn oe, and be now owns the finest livery stable I
and hack stand in the State, and is ? aid to be
.?ortii 150 000, Hie old master, ?then Lee
evacuated Richmond, in April, 1865, was worth
hah* a million dollars. Thousands upon thou?
sands were destroyed by fire; money went this
way and that, and not long after ho carno back
to Bichmond, broken in spirit, rained in prop
<*?ry, and tired of hts troublesome life. His
.?TaleJave found brm took bini to his bonso,
gave him .the best medical skill that money
oould buy and every luxury. Presently the
old maa died, peacefully and happily. His fu?
neral ?as a large and expensive one, and be
wSB borne to a lot in the cemetery paid for by
hie old elive, w ho also paid for the fa oe ral oat?
ley. Over him was raised a baudsome monu?
ment, paid for with the negro's money. The
widow of the deoeased slave owner lives in a
noose presented by the negro, who also sup?
plies her with every comfort.
-The losers by the Ocean Bank robbery are
offering rewards for the retara of the stolen
property. They generally offer a reward of
twenty-five per cent of the am jun t taken. Some
of the depositors ref uso to state the amount
they hive lost. It is known, however, that
more than $200 OOO has been retained by the
robbers. The bank off irs a reward of $25 OOO
for the arrest ot the guilty parties. As this sum
exceeds the total loss of the bank the proposi?
tion gives rise to a< i worthy suspicions on the
part of some of the papers, which hint that either
the bank must have suffered more than the di?
rectors are willing to acknowledge, or that they
rest in complete conflden :e that they will never
be called upon to pay the rew ird.aud li nice take
tbi8 safe method to testity tueur sympathy with
the losers. The Herald also reports a suspi?
cion that the wb vie story of the recovered
bonds is not told,'and that if everything were
known it would be disclosed that the return of
the trunk was the result of an agreement be?
tween the detectives and the thieves. The
most improbable part of - such a suspicion is.
the brief lapse of time since the robbery,
which would hardly have enabled the detec?
tives to como to so prompt an agreement. The
advice ol Superintendent Kennedy thu the
losers employ private detectives is regarded
with astonishment by all, as it is a virtual ad?
mission that the public fore? is either incom?
petent or not trustwjrthy. No one seems to
pat any faith in whatever attempts may b9
making to bring the robbers to tnal for their
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1869.
The A she ville Railroad.
The Unionville Times has certainly mis?
understood the objeot of an article pub?
lished in THK News upon the subject of the
Blue Ridge Railroad and the proposed rail?
road to Asheville, N. C. That object was
ta assure the Times that THK Nxws is tte
friend, and not the enemy of the Asheville
road, and to show that a support of the
Blue Ridge Railroad does not necessarily
involve opposition to so excellent a projeot
as the Asheville connection. The Times
did and does charge the Charleston pre es
with suppressing statements which show the
good points of the-Asheville route; but we
are willing to assume that it did not desire
to impute to THE NEWS any motives incon?
sistent with our policy of countenancing
every measure likely to advance the gene?
ral interests of the State.
The Blue Ridge Railroad is no' especial
pet of ours. We hope for its completion,
because we believe that it will develops the
upper part of South Carolina, and give to
that seotiou many business facilities whioh
It does not now possess; but we are not
anxious to keep the broad light of truth
from falling upon the undertaking, nor do
we feel ourselves bound to meet every ar?
gument that may be brought against it.
Ihe Times, nevertheless, seems to think
that it has been treated somewhat cava?
lierly, and we now cheerfully print the
article whioh, with the letter of the "Voice
"of '86," was the subj ec t of comment in
these columns. We may remark, in pass?
ing, that it ii incorrect to say that neither
of the two papers published in Charleston
has ever called attention to the advantages
of the Asheville Railroad. These haye
been fully described in THE Naws, a feet
whioh has been overlooked by our usually
Blear-sighted contemporary. The leading
article of the Times, already referred to, is
as follows :
"We invite the attention of THK CHARLES?
TON NEWS and the Columbia Phoenix, and of
the people generally, to the communication of
'?Voice of '35," whioh appears io another col?
umn; it is written by a prominent citizen of
Union County. Of the two papers published
io Charleston, it is extraordinary that neither
of them has ever called the attention ot capi?
taliste there to this railroad connection, which
is of far more importance to Charleston than
any other ?cheme now in contemplation.
"We do not wish to anticipate the arguments
of our correspondent, and, therefore we sim?
ply submit four propositions, whioh cannot be
"1. A railroad can be built from Spartan
burg, S. C., to Asheville, N. C., for Jess money
than is required to complete the Blue Ridge
"2. The road to Asheville would put Charles?
ton in direct communication with Cincinnati.
"3. By this route, charleston would be nearer
to Cincinnati (not Kaoxvillo^ut Cincinnati)
than by the Blue Ridge Road.
"4. This is the only railroad connection of
SharlestOQ and Cincinnati by which Savan?
nah and Wilmington are necessarily excluded
"Gentlemen of the Charleston papers 1 these
.hinge are so. And it is because yoa suppress
them-because you do not bring them to the
attention of your reidera-that we are tempted
to charge yon with being shortsighted in pre?
ferring the Blue Ridge Railroad to Charles?
"Toe new government of South Carolina has
srought with it the baleful "Rings'* which
aa ve so long disgraced the offbials at Wash -
ngton; and of all the nogs at Columbia, none
ire more prejalicial to the true interest of the
State than the Biuo Ridgo Railroad nug.
It is admitted, one? and for all, that the
Asheville Railroad, in opening up a new
and rich section of country, will ba of ben
efi'. to Charleston. THIS is obvious enough;
but. as we have before said, it is not probable
that the road can bo built without State
aid, and every taxpayer has reason to
dread any augmentation of the State debt
for any purpose whatever. What we want
is to save the State from loss; but any
method whioh will hold the State harmless,
while it ensures the completion of the Ashe?
ville Road, will not find in us a captious
sritio. We do not want to see millions
riven away unconditionally, as was done
in the oase of the Blue Ridge Railroad; but
it seems that a plan might be devised by
whioh the assistanoe of the State should
depend upon the execution of a certain
quantity of work, so that the security
Bhould always be fully equal to tho amount
of money advanced.
We look to the Times for more informa?
tion in regard to the Asheville Road.
A LOT of new Texas canon, ie the seed,
was sold in Brownsville, on the ll th ult., at
four cents per j ound, Bpco'19.
Ine Klee ti on* of 1669.
The following are the State? and Terri?
tories which hold eleotions this year, and
the principal officers te be eleoted :
VraonriA, July 6-Governor, State officers
and members of Congress.
Karoon, August 2-Treasurer and Legis?
ALABAMA, August 2-Members of Congress.
TENNESSEE, August 6-Governor, 8tate offi
oers aod Legislature.
MONTANA, AogustlO-Delegates to Congress.
VERMONT, September 7-Governor, State offi?
cers and Legislature.
MAINE, September 12-Governor and Leg?
COLORADO, October 5-Delegate to Congress.
PEHKLYLTAMA, October 12-Governor, Jadge
OHIO, October 12 -Governor, State officers
IOWA. October 12-Governor, State offioers
CAiiUroBKiA, October 20-Judges of Supreme
NEW YOEE, November 2-State officers,
Judges and Legislature.
NEW JURS EY, November 2- Legislature.
MASSACHUSETTS, November 2-Governor,
State officers and Legislature.
MINNESOTA, November 2-State officers and
WISCONSIN, November 2-State officers and
MISSISSIPPI AN? TEXAS, (dates not ascer?
tained)-Governor, State officers and Legisla?
In Virginia the oontest is both sharp and
bitter, aod we fear that the result will show
the folly of attempting to defeat by a com
promise a party whose one great political
merit is unity of aotion. Still, we hope for
the beat. Ia Pennsylvania the Radicals
are weak and timid. The old controversy
between Senator Cameron and Governor
Geary'makes the Radicals listless, and the
Democracy have a good chance of sucoess
In Minnesota, also, the Radicals have split,
and in Ohio their prospects are very blue
Ii Texas, Florida, Alabama and Tennessee,
the fight is between two divisions of the
Radical party; and, although an attempt
is making to show in advaaoe that the State
e'eotions will be decided upon local issues,
there is little doubt that a deep-rooted
popular dislike is tbe only true explanation
of the waning strength of Radicalism.
THE Boston Post says : " The wonderful
"discovery of the 'native bone phosphate
"beds' in South Carolina, at the very door
"way of the cotton region, made so recently
"as 1867, and containing as high as sixty
"seven per cent, of phosphate of lime,
"comes at the right time to encourage pro?
duction by artificial aids ; and may not
"inaptly be taken as a hint of our ability to
"maintain our position as cotton producers
"against the world. All things now look
"favorable for a steady revival of the pros
"perity of the South, whose staple producta
"are to furnish the chief means of making
"our foreign exchanges and rebuilding our
"shattered commerce. The entire country
"has a deep interest in the restoration of
"the wealth of the Southern States on the
"firm basis of free labor "
THE New York Commercial Advertiser
says : "At Charleston they are oon'raoting
"for 50,000 Chinaman for the rice and cotton
"fields." This is too good to be trun.
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JOBN F. O'NEILL A SON,
No. 167 East Bay,
July 1 thslnlmo_Charleston. H. C.
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FIN E
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets. No. 35. Apply ON
PBKMlhES. tk.?tu January 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied ter immediately -
(ll One 12-boree Portable P.NGINE
(1) One 4-horae Portable Engine.
(1) One 8-horse-power ENGINE, lu good condition.
CAMERON. BABE LEY A CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-street".
AUCTION EE KS, B KOK ERS, -?ND
others wishing "1 or Sale" Placardj, Business
Cards, or other Joo PrinUng executed with neat
neis and'diapitch, will consult their iutcrost by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
?nj- quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap
ply at the office of THE fl f WS._March 1
rpHOMAS COUN TY Gi., PLANTATION
JL FOB SA LE.-I offer for sale a PLANTATION
in Thomas County, four miles from i bonneville,
ooosii-tiog of twelve hundred and two aud a halt
acres first qua I y Land, wit i gcod Dwelling, Cu >ins
Kitchen, Barna, stables. Glu-house. Gin Packing
Screw. Blacksmith Shop, Ac, all und rgood fence;
five hundred acres cleared, balance heavily timber?
ed. There are three hundred acres of virgm ham?
mock-bounded on the north side by the Aliando
and Gulf Railroad ; on the south by tho Monticello
road, and tbs new railroad from Albany will come
within half a mile of ibis Plantation.
1 here ia a never-faldag creek of fine water run?
ning through the Plantation; also five wells an i two
well stocked ash ponds on the premises.
Inls place is kuown as the ' Seward Home Place,"
being formerly the property of Hon James L. Sew
The Huies, Bones and other Stock, with all the
Wagons and Agricultural Implem nts, will be sold
with the place on reasonable terms.
For particulars, apply to
A. STEVEN* Auz-isU. Ga.
Orto A.P. WRIGHT, Tbomasville, Gi.
Or L. J. GUILM BTIS & CO , Savannah. Ga.
P. S.-There are twa churches and two sobools in
Tbemasville, Gs., fias climate an I good neigeoors.
June 7 Imo
AFEW GENTLf MAN C AX FI N D
First-? lan t ABLE-BO ARD, lu the business
part ot the ci v in a private iNort'crni finally.
Te'tua S6 per week. Address BOAKDfcR. P O,
Witb real namn 3* Julv C
BOA KD ?IN SULLIVAN'S KLAND.-TU K
H.1' .vu uuiKE ls now o jene 1 t >r the ace m
mod J rion or Boirdcrs, eitbor permanent or transient.
Au-pie a'c immodaiiou foe Picnic aod Maro"U Par?
ties, ('arriase m at end ince ai tr barf.
July2 12* W I. MCDONALD,Proprietor.
IMP > RTA NT TO CITY lt E SID E * TS.
At the BONNETHEAU HOUSE, Aiken, M. C.,
Hoard for the Summer at $12 per week including
Baths, Ac; theeoolc-t and most delightful spot in
these h-ghlands. Apply to GEORGE GK KN KR.
Manager. 6 June 30
fast anii /fjan?.
BOY I OS T.-A BOY KN??WN BY THE
Dame of WILLIE FARRELL or WILLI?
KENNEOY wa? decoyed away from his home iu
Atlanta in April last. Che b >y bas light h dr. very
large b ue eves, som? freckles on bis lac and is both
tulkative a'ld io elligent. Any information regard
lng him may be seat to bis mother, Mrs. C. A. KEN?
NEDY, Atlanta, Qa._0_Ju'y C
STOLEN, FUOU MRS. LE VIC Y sMOKR,
ira CoUetoa County, twa une* trim Walterboro',
ou tbe night of tbe Vixh Aorii hst, her onlv MA RE.
he Alaro is biak aa i rather low for her length,
but woll bunt; her body loag; both ITJ fe. acd
?ne hiaJ fo it are white, an 1 bnaded o.i Hie shoul?
der S. S The Mire was followed fifteen mile.' ai'ovc
Wilt-rtnro* in the direction ot Bardwell. Awlil'O
man wis ruling bar. Mr->. Smoke cau'.d no: hive
tue thief lollowej for want of maana, and h.r little
rroproait be los', ?iib mt held. Any information
relative to the Mare will be fiaukfully rcceiveo. Di
?ct to airs. L. SUOiE, Wal orboro', Coileton Couu
ty. May 21
L MOV KILWIN*I?G L'iDGE, Ko. 4
A. F M.
AN EXTRACOMMUNIOATION OF THIS LODGE
Wdl be holden st Masoni i Hall THU EVENING,
ac tight o* 'lock precisely. Members are lequeeted
to be punctual in their attendance.
Br order of the W. M.
Joly 6_A. E. GIBSON, Secretary.
DELTA LODGE OP Pu. h FECTIO.V, No. 1.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION 0.' TH S
Lodge will be h el I ac Masonio Hall, TB is
( I rifS'lay i KTRinifo, at tight o'clock.
Candidates for the Ninth Degree will be punctual.
By order of T. P. G. M.
E. E. BEDFORD,
I O. O. F.
JEF7EHS0N LODGE No. 1
APUBLIC INSTALLATION OF THE OFFICER*
of thia Lodge w ll take place ot Odd Fellows'
Hall, 1 HIS EVENING, at Fight o'clock ihn officers
and members will please be puncto il in attendance
Members of the Order generally and the ladies in
particular are most coidially irvited to attend.
J. L. 1U>>F0BD
July 6_Becoming secretary.
HIBEHM V\ MiClE I Y.
rE REGULAR MONTHLY U'iE HNQ OF THIS
Society will be bel l THIS I. VENINO, 6th instant,
at their Ball, at E ght o'clock
July 6 WILLIAM AIKEN KELLY. Secretary.
KR tcVX DOCH A F TS BU * O.
THE BE ?ULAH MON rs LY ME TING OF THIS
Kocieiy will take plac? 1ms EVENING, at . labt
o'clock. It 1? the particular wish ol th . Presi Jent
that the membeia should attend promptly, as final
actio,i wiL be taken respecting the building oi a new
Hal, in regard to which the committee is fully pre?
pared to make some iiigbry Interesting report H .
July 6_CB *B. M SOUS G Secretary.
C II A KL E5TON S TEAMFIHECOMPA ? Y
OF A KM EN.
ATTEND THE BEaULAKMON'HLY MEETING
of your Company at Market Hall, THU EVEN
mo, at Eight o'clock.
By oro er. F. J. GREEN,
July 6 secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
TBE P.KGCL . P. M 'N . HLY MEE UNG WILL
be held THIS EVENING, at the Company's Hall,
at Eight o'clock.
By order. T. D. LEBBY, Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDEK
COMPANY, No. 1.
MEMBERS OF CHARLESTON HOOK AND
Ladder Company, No. 1, are requested to at?
tend Regular Monthly Meeting, 1HH i VENINO, at
hall-past coven o'clock. A. ti. JARVIS,
Joly 6 8ecr? tary.
STATE A G it ICI LT I1' H AL AMD ME?
ANESTING OF TBE EXECUTIVE COMMIT?
TEE is called to meet at Columbia oo the 14th
Juiv mst. A foil attendance ls desirable, au impor?
tad matters will be brought before the ccmmlttee.
JOHN-OX UAG J ii.',
July 6 3 President and Ex-ofllclo Chairman.
EE M O V A L.-S nt Al SS & YANCE
have remove 1 to the 8iore No. 119 MEETING?
HIKEET opposite the Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewing, Thayet A Co . where
they are offering a lar .ie and complete assortment of
DRY and FANCY GOODS. Ima July 5
-VTOT1CE.-ll. GEO. W. C LA i: K RR*
J3I TIRES from tho mercautiie firm of UEO. W.
CLARK A: co., in this city, frou ibo 1st inst. The
firm'n name will be continued ami used by either
partner tor closing up thc business
GEO. \V CLARK A CO..
No 116 bast Bay-treet.
Charleston, S. C., July 3,1809.
PAKTNEItSIUP NO IKE - THE UN?
DERSIGNED hav i HIS DAV formed a co-part
ncr.-hip under the firm nam? of WI-s A CO.. for Ihe
purrose of carrying on a COITOS FACTORAGE
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BU?INfcSS.
E. J WIS8.
N. H. V'LKNTINE.
Charleston, July 1st, 1S69._0_July 6
LOU I ED I'AIITVEUSIIIP."m.. UN?
DERSIGNED have, lu accordance with the
Acts of the General Ass mbly, and under Orin name
of WILLIAM GURNEY, ana la coalormlty with the
article* of agreement of Limited Partnership, bea
log date 6th d*y of September, 1866, expiring this
lt ls mutually agreed to rr now and continue the
Fame ander void agreement to lune 1. 1871.
(Kigaedi i. IL LI A M GU ll NEY, Gcaoral Partner.
(Signed) JAY L. ADAMS, Special Partner.
Charleston, S. C., Juno 1, 1869.
Jane 5 s tu'h Imo
MR. JAMES S. ?.IHRES HAVING
withdrawn from the 'firm of GIBBES A
BARNWELL ot Savannah, Ga, we bereby give no?
tice that tbe business will be carred on under the
same firm name by the undersigned.
ALLEN 8. GIBBES.
JulyS 3 AR HUB II \UNWELL.
fiwnlution of Copartnership.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS WITH?
DRAWN from the firm of GIBBES A BARN?
WELL, Savannah, Ga.
(Signed) JAMES S. GIBBES.
July 3 3
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c:n get their orders
filled promptly and in tire neatest style, at cheap
ratee, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
143 East Bay.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
6 CASES OF 4-1 LONGCLOTHS, AT 12? CENTS.
A large assortment of French Corsets, from 75
Fine choice dollars of Crape MarcLz only 30
cent* per yard.
Frouch Figured Cambrics, st 25 eeuta per yard.
A fall supply of Colored Muslins, Moziaibiques,
Paregee, Lenos, 20 per cent, cheaper than anywhere
A full line of Swisses, Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslin?, at moderate prices.
500 dozens of English and German Ladles' and
Gem's Hotlery. from 12)i cents up.
The latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents np.
Ladies' Linea rocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
Dobioet for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Boopeklrti fae Ladies, from 10 cents up.
A well assort od stock ol Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Glove?, Ac, which we soil at rid iou oua price.
Cad and examino our stock. Great inducemcn'
are offered at
FURCHGOTT ?Si BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
An cx.-lnsive department for BOOT*, 6bOEs,
HAT s und TRUCKS, whicli wo are able to sell 20
per cent, cheaper than any other house.
May 3 3rr.o?
J. D H EA OD, N. X I RT. J ii:; A uu NORFOLK.
I -fi. W. YOUN'e, N. T. I F. E. GJODIUDGE, PORTSMOUTH.
J T^EARU, YOUNG A? CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. ?817 Waaia lng ton-street,
SPECI1L ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALK O?
EABLY VKGFGABLES. F BU TS,
REFERENCES. -Governor Z. ll. Vance, Charlotte;
W. [). Iloyno ds h Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Miper
utendea*. S. k R. Railroad, Portsmouih: Colonel !..
L.Fremont, R. E. Kuiruss, Esq, Wilmington; H.
K.'I barber i Co.. LaD?hrai ti Egbert, New Y^Wi;
bernard O'Neill, Charleston; Alexander A Rnsstli,
Savannah. _3mos_Apr1! i
iTS-DUrCHEK'S LIGHTNING FL?-KILLEK.
Death to the Living ! Lons live the Killer^ ! sold
by Dealers everywhere. Imo June 2)
-l^y HAT BUICK POMEROY
DU) WRITE AND WHAT HE DID NOT WRITE.
Fight o'clock, and he la not here yet I How
dreary thia little room does seem, and I am so tone
some t 'len o'clock. How I wish he woo d come.
It ls BO lonely here with the children asleep 1 Onoe
he loved to stay with mi, but now, alas I Twelve
o'clock, and I am so tired, I cannot sleep I My
heart aches and grows sad. I sm crowing old, i er
hape. May be my face is not as fair as once, but my
heart is aa warm, though it ls often sad.
ABE X0TT DYSPEPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, low spirited, weak, or are yoa
sick and don't know what ails you; tren try Planta?
rion Bitters and our word for lt, it will cure you.
What charms can he find In that fou'.-sccDteJ
room, by that dusty table, cutting and dealing those
dusty cards, niling himself with poison, fain ing his
bieath ruining his mind, undermining bis constiti?
Hon, planting seeds of disea-e, squ ndering his
mcney, clouded with smoke, tired with excitement.
Is this happiness ? is this life ? Is this our mission*
Oh 1 I am so tired, do come home.
This delicious cordial and One tonic ls now hailed
by thousands aa the great health giver and re?
storer. Besolve to buy a bottle, and don't sleep on
it Be wise in time, bold by all druggists.
"DO TOO GO DOWN TOWN TO-NIGHT, MT PET ?"
'.No darling, I have labored enough1 to-day Whv
rhook) I flee from home, from happiness, from tbe??
Ufe ia tull short to love-too short to squander. I
love the phot ?raph of my ' eart roo well. No dar?
ling, my heart is here; here Itt mo keepit company."
Are always pure, reliable. They are strengthening
and invigorating, and are Exhausted Nature's great
restorer. As an agreeable and pleasant tonic tnt
appetizer, they cannot be excelled.
IO ABE RICH,
Are they who mind their own business. Find a hap?
py man or woman, and th: affairs of another trouble
them but a little, lt ls none of your buslnesa if the
minister kisses one of the sisters, or one of tho sis?
ters thus saintes the minister. It cannot effect you
when a man you know rolla on a girl you don't know,
or one you do. What if ther ? ia kissing behind the
door, in runnels, and wbeu the night la dark at the
vestibule of the r burch, or even ever the gate. Would
you not do tbe same ming if the chance was offered ?
A WINE GLASS FULL
Of Plantation Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each meal, will make tho florae of life again burn
brightly, and illuminate a once wretched existence.
For ladies it Is aa elegant and rjentle stimulant, just
such as they require.
"i WENT TO THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS."
I wanted to hand several "bricks" dowu to pot.
ferity, and was told by father thal with a New Eng
'and girl tor a wife, I could raise more children, grow
more onions, sain more eels, sing more psalms,
kn iw moi e of what was going on in the neighbor?
hood, hear more scandal, sleep loss nights, have
more relatives, eat more beans, love myself and hale
others more, and get more out of a dollar, than any
other sort of woman in thin happy country so-called.
PLANTATION BT FT EES.
Is made from pure et. Croix Bum and Callaaya
Bark (known the world over for ita curative proper?
ties), and will fortify the syst m against disease,
caused by change of water and diet. If you are in?
clined to dyspepsia, try U. If yon have the chilla
and fever, or any kindred disease, by all means take
Plantation Bitters. They are sold by all druggists
AND HE HAD A FEMALE CHILD,
Whose name>was Hexa Bri gb. twa ter. and who waa
twenty-nine years old; who wore red stockings, red
garters, metal tipped shoes, green spectacles, and
the prettiest red hair the world ever se- eye? on. or
nato. Hexa, a true New England gal, chewed wada of
pine gum. and sweetened her broth with onions.
Hexa wasn't so much handsomer than a doll as to
make the doll faint, but she wa? intelligent; in fact, in?
telligence was her best hold but one; abe waa great
on making baby garments, and had her trunks fall,
packed away, that .sba might be ready as willing
when the evil hoar drew nigh, aa she trusted lt would
from year to year.
IF THE LADIES BUT KNEW
What thousands or them are constantly relating
to us, we candidly believe one half of the weaknesr,
prostration and distress experitncod h : them would
JAMES MARSH, ESQ.,
No. 15i? West First-street, New York, says be
baa three children. The first two are weak and
puny, bis wile having been u?adle to nurao or
attend them; but abe baa aiken Plan tai ion Bit?
ters for the last ten yean, and has a child now 18
montba old, which she baa nursed and reared her?
self, and bath are hearty and well. Plantation Bit?
ters is invaluable to mothers.
?ALTER, KT BOT,
Here comes a man wbo was once rich. He bad
friends, and money, and a loving family, and posi?
tion, and Influence, and self-respect, and integrity,
and o future or usefulness before bim. Bur, my
boy, bc don't look like it now. He was elected to an
important office He forgot the leesons his good
mother taught bim, and waa asked by designing
politi ions to sell bia vote to a partv of swindlers; he
could not for the life of him give ariiculatlon to that
little word, and so he tell.
HOW OFrEN DO WE HEAR THE COMPLAINT,
From mother and fr ther, that the son or daughter is
not well; that they have no appetite; that they feel
languid; that the bead ache nail the time; that they
are growing thin and feeble, and that they have no
life nor energy ?eft. And the questions are often
asked, What shall I do for them ? What shall I give
them? Our answer 13, let them try Plantation Bit?
ters moderately, three times a day, and our word
for rt I bey will recover.
AND HEBE VALTEB. IS A YOUNO MAN,
Joist like you and u?, my boy. He has wit, sense
education, intelligence, friends, ambition, and is
loved. Ho haa a knowledge of the world, acquired
by mixlDg with its people Be has ambltioa and
the same fle d in which to wia honor, fame and dis
tim tion, as bad Franklin, fulton, Morse, and a boat
of other?. Heia naturally an art, but, Tatter, my
b"y, as he moots ua do you see (he excess of mois?
ture in his eye tho little puffy tidge nnder it tho
gradual turning of the beautiful comers of tba
mouth, bia mother so loved to kiss. These, my boy,
tell a sad tale of early shipwreck, of disease, of pre?
mature death, of neglected and squandered ?jifia.
Decemb ri ly
Qxttmn ono Mw^ff^^^
fi)A HHDS. CLEAR BIB BACON STDBS, KOUT
2J \J landing and for sale low by
T. M. CATER,
Joly 6 a_"mw ''a Wharf.
CO KN i COHN !
??AAA BU-UEI.S PBIMEWHITEAfDWEB
OUUU ERN WHIT iORN ex steamship See
Call, and schooners fchlloh and C 9. OroTes.
EOT Bale by J CaMPaEN A CO.
1 ?v AAA BUSHELS PBIME WHITE AMD
?eJ?U" 'V YELLOW CORK per schooners
s.diob, irons Ballimore, and C. S. Groves, from New
Torr. For aale by
Joly 6 a_T. J KERR A CO.
ti, & H. W. BATHER VVOOD'8
EXTRA FINE. PORE ?ILO
IN OBDER TO F AOL IT ?TE THE &UPPLY OF
OUR PUR* OLD ONONGsHELA RYE WHIS?
KIES to ou ? former numer?os customers at th?
Sontb, we bave appointed Mesara. H GERDTS A
00 oar Agent?, wuo by tots arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade et prices w lob will insure
sa?aiacdon. H & H. W. CATHEBW07D.
H. & H. W. ? ATHERWOOOD'S
?XTBA FINE PORE OLD
CT A BARBELS OP THE ABOVE FAVORITE
?U War*KlE-?.con*i?dngof X.XX.XXX.XXXX,
and v KCl A ti and CABINET BKA>D , and also of
lower w rad es.
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS A CO.,
Jur.eia siutb3mo No. Eaat Bay.
I0R^ LANDING, v
1 CT AA B?-HKL* PRIM* WHTIB
101 'U 400 bushe a YELLOW CORN, ex steam?
er ?ea Gull, tor sale oy
Jnly 5 2? H. B?LWINKLE A 00.
I AA bushel* CHOICE SEED PEAR.
LUU For sale by JOdN 0AMP8EN A CO.
July 5 _ _2
. RYE FLOUR.
(?f\ BARREL* FBESH GBO?ND BYE FLOUR,
O U 'Campeen Mills," fresh quality, at $7 25 per
barrel. Foi sale by
JOHN CAMP.sEN A C8.
OA/s A BUSHELS BRIGHT HEAVY OATS,
??U UU For sale by T. J. KERR 4 CO.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL. BY
Dr. H. BABB, j
June 28 No. lil Meeting-street.
TA A BALES PBIME NOBTH RIVER HAY.
( UU For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
A A A BBLS -FAMILY," "SUPER* AM)
4:1 JU "FINE" FLOUB.
For sale by 1. J. KERR A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mo?tdo ldoun aid bealthy food, used
for Puddiags, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Icu Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soaps, 4c, pat ap lal lb. pack?
ages, With di ree 11 ind for use.
D etii cat-(1 cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
4c , put up in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pints, pints
and quarts. *
Cider and White Wine Vlneg ir, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Kio Coffee, of good quality, at 35c
Just received and for sale by ?ajy
CO-OPERs.TVE GROCERY STORE/
Southwest corn?r Meeting and Market streets.
Good? delivered tree. May 28
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, WHOLE/
SALK AND BETAIL, by Dr. H. BAER, No.
WOLF'a SCHIEDAM CHNaPPS
Fontz' Horse and Cattle Powders ^ .
Winslow's soothing syrup , ?
Perry Dana' i aiakilier
Mexican Mustang Llnament
Peery'a Dead Shot, Arc, Ac, 4s,
June 26 s tu th
jgCONOAIY IN FUEL ANO LABOR.
SINCE OUR INTRODUCION INTO THE CITY OF
THEY HAVE STEADILY GAINED IN PUBLIO
favor, and are now used not only for various culi?
nary purposes, bat also for PRESERVING ERUPTS,
DISTILLING ROSE WATER. PREPARING LARD,
ste. In the Nursery and bick Room they are in?
valuable. Dentiste, Chemists and Manufacturen,
and otbers who need I-UKIAHLK HEATING AP?
PARATUS, will find them admirably adapted to their
A large supply of the above, and also of the
superior GAS aTOVES on band and for sale at man?
ufacturer's prices, wholesale aad retail, by ^
J. R. DUVAL ii SOE,
No. 337 King.street, one door north of Liberty
June 3 th s tn
L . KILLEY,
TROT, NEW YORK,
MANTJTAC TUBES OF
SIOVES, BANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
*. PH1LANTBB0PI9T," " CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AND ron SALS BX
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOR
capacity. dur?biiitv, convenience* and the general
purpose-* to which Cook'ntt Stoves are tuted. The
PHU ANI'HROPIM in extra heav> plated, aad bas
Ash Drawer; eau oe mad- into a six holler hole
.tove: has east iro-< Wi:er Tank galvanized,or
enamel lined, A stristly first-class sto?e. Tte '
ClVTi IAN is of a neat design, and has a fine large
Oven. This Stove eaa be had wttb the extension
oack. mx boles, and reservoir wheo desired ?
For further irJormation apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January SC Imo? A oar us ta, Ga
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS'
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ST OROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Don. HEN '1 BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH. Esq.
General JAMES CONNKH. T. R. WARING. Esq.
JOHN D. ALEXA NOEK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 10 Brood-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS If AD
JUSTINO ACCOUNTS ol Merchants and otbe?.
and in WRITING UP AND PONTING their EouKN
elaer In pan or who e. Ac January %