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ttoes, One Doner each.
Hf B W S S U .V tf A H T.
-Go!'1 closed, at New York, firmer, at Sofa
-The New York cotton market was an?
on anged; eales 170abales ai 3lie.
-At L'verpool cotton closed firm at previous
quotations; sales 12,000 bales.
-Hr. Alfred Tennyson is travelling in Swit?
' -A girl nineteen years old owns and works a
hu nd reel-J ere tann in Iowa.
-Hom ~, tbs Spiritualist, has been invited to
riait tbe Emperor of Russia.
-Splinters from six "last ties" of the Pa .ifio
Bailroad have been sold, and the Bupply ia still
equal to any possible demand.
- -Five English gentlemen havj made a ve?
locipede mitch to travel tbe entire coast
?line of England, Soot land and Wales in Sep?
^-Energetic efforts are hoing made to ren
der Paris a grand market for American se
?unties, and considerable success bas been I
" -John Francis Maguire, 3L P., bas resigned j
bis seal in the Cork Municipal Council. Conn- I
eillor James Dwyer has been elected to the va?
-Tbe Chinese in California are very skilful I
ia coan ter foiling gold dost, sod succeed in sell
ing a good deal of the bogus article. This j
was once tried in Australia, but lynching J
stopped it. J
-Michigan foreste eau hardly hold out long
against the enormous drafts made upon them I
every, w na ter. lhere, is one jam in a river of the
St a te ?nd i ts b ranch six t y. two miles long. The I
lower end is in tbe Titibawasse River; but no
one could have expected that logs should get
throng ti a river with such a crooked name with?
-Captain Crawford, special agent of tte
Treasury Department at Washington, who was
recently sent out to examine the various kinds
and qualities of kerosene used on steamboats
on the Western Waters, has ascertained by j
careful aoi en title tests and reported that nearly
all the different varieties sold are in a greater J
or less degree explosive and murderous. I
-The German citizens of New York are
making an active movement for the introduc- I
Mon of the study of their language ia the pab
lie schools of that city. They have organized I
a central and ward organizations, and have
raised considerable money to further the ob
j ecu The question has been submitted to the I
Kew York Board of Education fora report upon
its desirability, and it seem3 to be thought it
will be carried.
-The fashionable circles of Brooklyn are dis- I
turbed just now by a well-founded report that I
the daughter of a wealthy merchant living on j
the Heights elopod last week with her father's
coachman; while tho JO of Sooth Boston are
hardly less agitated over the fact that a young
lady of social position and onlture, and one of
the belies of that aristocratic locality, bas
adopted the stage as a profession, and will ap- I
pear at one of the Naw York theatres next au?
-An Iowa paper reports that as a man and
his w ife were at work In a field in that State, '
their chill, which was in a basket near them,
irai heard to cry, and tbe husband asked hia I
'wife to go and see what the trouble was. She,
intent upon her work, delayed a few minutes,
and then, to her horror, found the child dead,
with k large snake coiled around it. The
ha sb and, in the frenzy of his anger a od grief,
strracK his wife with a hoa which he hell in bis
hand, and killed her instantly. j
-The Belgian pavement, how laid down m
Fifth Avenue, Nsw York ls to be ooverod with
a coat of concrete. This plan will give the lat?
ter style of pavement the best possible found*- I
tioD, and the experiment thus inaugurated will
afford a reliable teat of its availability lor a
ranch used carriage way. The zesult is looked
forward to with no .little interest, as, should I
ii-prove : to be eucceasf ul, it is likely that the
ea me course will be adopte 1 iu a good many
other streets, and ia other places besides New
' -Tbe Hon. Alexander H. Stephens has writ
tea a letter giving his viewi upon the leqal I
- stuns bf the expelled negro members of the j
Georgia Legislature. Mr. Stephens agrees
With the decision Of-tho Supreme Court of
Georgia that negroes, are eligible to effloe un?
der the present odnatitutioa and laws of that
State fand that the Legislature committed an
error in expelling the negro members. He I
holde, however, tbat the action of the Legisla?
ture was float-that no appeal can be taken
from it-and that the Legialature ia not com?
petent to reverse its own action in tbe premi?
ses after haring once decided the question.
-The new Secretary of the Navy is under?
stood to have been recommended to the Presi- I
deut not only by the gift of five hundred dol?
lars io wards Mr. Gram's bouse in Philadelphia,
but also by his jovial temper. It is not sur?
prising therefore, to learn that one of his fleet I
official sots has been to telegraph to Admiral
Hoff to send borne the steamer Tallapoosa. as
he wants it tor a "pleasure party" of high offi?
cials. This will be good news to the offic jr3 ef
the Tallapoo a, who must dud it quite a bore
to be pokiuK about tbe Caban coast to protect
Yankee skippers from Spanish overhauling.
Decidedly Robeson is ' jolly." And as for the
expense? Well, 'that is not Robeson's affair,
you know. I
-The tCcmmit8ions.raof Alabama appointed
to negotiate for the annexation of West FJori<ia
to that State, having made a contract with the
commissioners appointed on the part of Florida
for the purchase denied, have reported the re- I
suit of their labors to Governor Smith, of Ala- I
Jbama, The contract conveys to Alabama ju- I
- rifidieUon over all the country nest of the
Apalachicola Rt ver; vests io Alabama all the
landa tn the proposed territory now belonging
to Fionda, eatimated at over 2.000.860 acres,
and aupposed to bo of the average value of
$1 25 per acre, and the right of S per
cent, of the prsajjeods of the sales of the
public lands. For this cession Alabama ia re?
quired to issue lo Florida 8 percent. SO year I
bonds to the amount of_ $1 000,000, and to ren
der certain aid to two rafroad? radiating from
Pensaoola, If this contract is consummated
it will add to Alabama about 10.000 square
miles (6 400 000 acres) of territory, with a water
front on the Gulf of Mexico of about 183 miles, J
including the harbors o? Pensacola,' St.
seph, St. Andrews and Apalachicola. Tbe
rrfory in qacstion wa J estimated in 1861
contain a population of 26,671, of whom 11
were white, and 8353 colored. The GOTO:
of Alabama bas approved the contract, bnt
final deciai >n of the matter is loft to a vot
biie people of the two States.
-A company of Chinese athletes as toni:
the people of San Franciscoy recently, wit!
exhibition of their agility. About fiffeei
them appeared on tbe sfage amid the din
clangor of gonjs and kettle-drums. They i
fonghta shan battle with Bwords, cleav
pole-axes, lances and ehr it knives, Tbe fi
ing was very rapid, and each fighter wai
expert. Still one warrior stood against a b
Ho di8aimed his antagonists as fast as t
came; hurled them aboot the stage; stab
them, hewed them with broad axes, hac
them with swords, butted them with bis b<
kicked them in the breast with both fee
once, and yet found time to execute ba
spunks and vaulting somersaults among tl
as he fought. At last be vanquished. All
foes ard the half-naked rascals took to flu
Ho pursued. Some rough tables were ran
along the front of the stage to represent hedi
rocks, logs and Janka, which must
struct pursued and pursuer alike. The r
neis vaulted the tables, turning lof y si
mersiults over eacb, sad landing indiff?re]
on their feet, hands, beads and backs, as
casa might be and that, too, on a bard sta
covered only with a few strips of matting. "
victorious fighter, a splendid acrobat, was
ways after them. Several times one of his ?
wonld turn and fase him, when be wo
bound nigh in tbe air, and plunging dc
plant both feet in the breast of bis advers
with such force as tosend him headlong acr
the stage. The Alta says that if ever a trot
' of these sturdy and well trained athletes w
put to a fair test of physical activity t
strength, they could handle a regimenVof
lazy, lank-limbed, whiskey -sodden ruffians i
cowards who make a pastime of stoning, be
ing and throwing about Chinamen ia the pt
lio streets of that city.
, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1869.
Tate Low Country ?nd Chlneae Imo.
The majority ef the members of the SU
Agricultural Society live in the middle ai
upper counties where white men may i
field work without injury to their healt
This will insure the giving of proper atte
lion to Ute subject of white immigratioi
and ita encouragement by granting lan
under proper restrictions, to actual settler
Bat the low country, whioh depends on tl
East for its laboring population, hi
some claim opon the attention of the Sta
Society, and we hope that the Exeoati'
Committee, at their meeting next week, wi
give ns all the information they possess i
regard to the oost of Chinese laborers an
the readiest way of procuring them. .
society may be able to do more in ob tainin
schedules of rates, wages, rations and ooi
of transportation than an individual oa
do; and feeling that the future of the whol
low country depends on the importation c
steady and industrious Chinamen, wo ar
anxious that there should be no delny i
giving shape to a matter so important.
Fortunately there is bat little difference c
opinion in regard to the introduction into th
8 tate of the Chinese laborer. Here and ther
the fear is expressed that the Chinese ma,
prove incapable of any solid idea of sell
government, and that they may be antago
nistic to social and moral order and fre
institution; bat for this fear we see ni
sound reason, and it has no weight witl
the planters whose property is going to rail
because they cannot obtain labor whioh ii
trustworthy, oheap and competent. Ant
when we speak of the danger to free insti
tations whioh may grow oat of the inoom
ing of "an inferior race," we mast remem
ber that the Chinaman, if not the equal o
-the European, is undoubtedly the supe
rior of the African, and that it will bi
many years before the Chinese oan be s<
numerous as to affect the character of oui
beloved republic even after they have re
maine! here sa?oiently long to beoomi
naturalized citizens. And if we admit tba*
they may beoome so numerically strong at
to be a political power, it will still be ab?
surd to say that a form of government
whioh includes as equal citizens four mil?
lions of Africans, will in any* way be de
based by the admission of a million or mort
of intelligent and ing?nions Asiatios. The
suffrage in this glori?os republic is about
as low as it oan go, and its tone will be
elevated rather than lowered by an infusion
of John Chinaman. Moreover, the white
immigration does not diminish. The Irish?
men and Germans pass through the Nar?
rows more rapidly than the Chinamen trav?
erse the Golden Gate; and the white race
will always have power to assimilate the
Asiatic and make him oonform to Euro?
pean habits and customs. The tide of Eu?
ropean immigration sets North and West;
the tide of Asiatic immigration sets Sooth
and East. Each raoe has its own appointed
work; eaoh has its own part to play in the
mighty drama of Natara The mission of
the African apon this continent is in pro?
cess of accomplishment. By force of arms
the negro slave was freed, perhaps at the
moment when his value for our develop?
ment was about to end. The responsibility
lies not at our door; the burden is not ours
li^o of little faith have thought that these
cunny Southern Slates would relapse iuio a
oondition of barbariam. They were daunt
eil by the brief authority of the freedman,
and looked forward to politic il and indus
trial ruin. They were wrong The world
does not go buokward; nor caa one na?
tion check for long the onward sweep of
knowledge and civilization. When one raoe
has done its part, another steps in to take
ita plaoe, and so has the Chinaman been
given as in the plaoe of the African. In?
stead of the shiftless negro, we have men
who have shown high capacity for improve?
ment and learning-men who are peculiarly
adapted to oar climate and to the character
of our productions. We make a forward
stride in exohanging the African for the
Chinaman. This is enough for our genera?
tion. The future, in God's providence, will
take oare of itself. Sufficient it is for us
to know that the cotton and rice growing
States will not become a desert; and that
under th? hands of the Chinaman they may
become more prolific, and more rich in
abundant prosperity than they ever were
while the African, who o innot improve or
be exalted, was oar only hope and stay.
And ia the North and Weat, and ia the
healthy distriots of the Sooth, the white
p ipulation will steadily iaorease. With tbs
increase of population will cone climatic
?banges which will enlarge the area in
wbich the white maa may labor and live.
Ia the ead, the Chinaman will be absorbed or
displaced by the European, and this whole
continent will be ruled and worked by white
mea, sad by white mea alone. Perhaps ia
those days a negro may still live to moura
the extinction of the American-Afrioan, and
to bear witaess to the universal law. that
where race meets raoe ia the battle of life,
the weakest must be extinguished.
Bat, to return to oar Chinamen, what we
hare to deal with is the scarcity of eco?
nomical aod steady labor oa the seacoast.
Ia supplying the deficiency by the intro?
duction ot Chinese-cot coolies-we ask
for the co-operatioa and assistance) of the
Agricultural Society of the State.
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE -THE ?BT
DEBSIONED have IBIS DAT formed a co-part?
nership under the firm nam? of WI ss * CO., for the
pur. ose of carrying on a COTTON FACIOBAGE
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
E. J WISH.
N, H. VALENTINE.
Charleston, Jnly 1st, 1869. 6 July 8
DISSOLUTION OF t tl PA KT.\'K It S HIP
.hs copartnership of BUHRE A BOHDE ia
thia day dissolved by mutual consent, BOBDE
BROTHERS af suming all responsibilities of the old
firm. J. H. BUB BE.
H. B. BOHDE.
Charleston, July 7, 1869.
THE UNDERSIGNED HATE THIS DAT FORMED
a copartnership uoder tbe firm of BOHDE BROS.,
for a general GRAIN, FEED AND GRIST MILL, at
the old atom! of BUHRE & ROB DE, Nos. 660 King
and lit Meeting streets. H. B. BOHDE.
July 7 3? D. ROB DE
VOT1CE.-MH. O KO. XV CLARK Hi?
ll TIBER from the mercantile firm of GEO. W.
CLA BK A CO., in this city, from the 1st Inst The
firm's name will be continued and med by either
partner for closing up the business
GEO. W. CLARK A CO.,
No. 116 East Bay-.- treet,
Charleston, 8. C., Joly 8,1869.
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
HAVING FULLY ORGANIZED OUR COMPANY
on a sure and permanent baals, an i baring the
Comptroller's authority, we present to the Southern
People what we b* lie ve to bs one of the safest and beat
Lil? Insurance Companies ev?r established In the
Southern Country. The Home Office is in Macon,
Georgia, where every dollar invested win remain
our midst, lbs galaxy of names, gives as directors
and i ef erees, is a sufficient eua ran tee of itself of the
fidelity with which thia institution will be managed
The capital ia sufficient to meet all loasoa in every
contingency. We earnestly appeal to our citizens
everywhere to build up with ut this structure for
fc tb e benefit of our loved ones, our homes, and our
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are yearly ab?
stracted from the pockets of our people, and carried
to foreign parts to enrich strangers who have but
littlo sympathy for us.
Can we not learn wisdom and nae our means to
enrich ourselves and beautify our homes ?
We will try and place, in every locality, polite and
effl - lent Agents to transact the. business of the Com
paoy And we cordially invite all desiring agencies
in this Company to call on the Officers, at Ibo office
building, near tbe Pa^ ?enger Depot, In Iront of .the
two hotels, on Fourth.80*001, where all nutters' of
cetail will be cheerfully given.
The profits will be entirely mutual after paying
six per cent, to the btockholdera for amount of Stock
W J LAWTON, President.
J n MCBURNEY, vice-President.
B J LIU H ff 00 r, secretary.
BOARD OT DIRECTORS.
A8HEB AYRES, Fertilizer. Macon, Ga.
T C NI'BET, Iron Founder, Macon, Ga.
H T JOHNSON, Johnson, lampbell A Co., Whole
sale Grocers, Macon, Ga
JACKSON DxLOACHE, Carriage Depository, Macon,
J 0 MCBURNEY, Macon. Ga.
W J LAWTON, Lawton a Lawton, Macon, Ga.
DAVID T SI SOL TON, Planter, Ea tonton, Ga.
RICH * RD HOBBS, of Cruger ?t Co, Ranktrs, Al
Da. JAMS* F. BOZEMAN, Pieaident Georgia Home
insurance Company, Columbus, Ga.
WALLACE CUMMING, Banker, Havannah. Ga
M P STOVsLU btorall a Butler, angosta, Ga.
F ADAMS. Cashier National Bank, Athens, Oa.
T M t CR LOW, Am en CUB, tia. %
Harris A Howell. Wilmington, N C
General Augustus Young, Charlotte, N C.
Wm B Wright, Fayetteville, N C
John c slocum, Goldsboro', N 0
Wm M Lawton, Charleston, 8 C
James P Boyce, President 'theological Institute,
Greenville. S 0
R Furman. D D, Newberry Courthouse, 8 C
JOB Dargan. D D, Sum ter, 8 C
R T Aikln, Knoxville, lenn
John McMaob, President - as'em Bank of Eufaula,
Theodore Bari ia, President Louisville Insurance
and Banking Company, Louisville, Ky
Wm D Miller, Lynch bu v. Va
T <> 8 Feiguson, Lynchburg, Va
D H Baldwin A (o. New York
tiolthwcight. Klee A Semple, Montgomery, Ala
Ex-Governor J G shorter. Eufaula, Ala
L L Warren, President Falls City National Bank,
Gordon, Owens A Stoke ?. Abbeville, Ala
P U Pepper A Co. Mobile, Ala
Josiah Monis, Banker, Montgomery, Ala
Hugh Mccoll, Commissioner, New orleans. La
Wood. Low A Ludwinen, New Orleans La
Noble St Broi hera. Iron Works, Pome Ga
General A B Lawton, Savannah, Ga
General A H Colquitt. Baker County, Ga
Thomas H Willingham, Dougherty County, Ga
James Collaway, Adauts, Oa
Colonel Luther J Glenn, Atlanta, Ga
Dr T W Keen, Salisbury, N 0
Mdjor W M Bobbins, Attorney at Law, Salisbury.
Colonel C F Low, Merchant. Lexington, N C
James Sloan, K.sq, Merchant, Greensboro', N O
Hon E G Reade, bupreme Court Judge, Roxboro',
Hon C 8 Wlnstead, Roxboro', N C
8 P Williamson, Wholesale Grocer, Raleigh, N C
J P Dilllngbam. Newbem, N 0
Robert Thompson, Esq, Wholesale. Grocer, Nash?
Hon John Erskln, Judge U S Court, Allanta. Ga
J. G. HOI? SI ES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local an I Travelling Agents Wanted In all parts of
the sta c. Liberal commissions allowed. Applies
ti ns ti be made to J. G HOLMES. Jr.. General
spent, No. 35 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
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WANTED TOPUKCHASE FOR CASH,
a rood SECONDHAND PIANO. State price
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having ihre? or four rooms, and kitchen, near the
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or four rooms, with kai-hun, in the central
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WANTED, BV A MARRIED HAN, A
altnation in some Cotton Mill -outh or South?
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choice. >srties wishing to engage sucha person
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ours. It makes tbe . Elastic Lock butch" Every
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be pulled aparr without tearing it. We pay agent?
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mission from which twin* tbat amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBUBG, PA.; ST.
LOUIS. MO., or BO * TON. MASS.
CAUIION.- Do not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cas'-iroa machine*,
under the same name or otherwise. Oura la (be
only cen nine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
TO rtENT, ONE-HALF OF A HOUSE
in tbe central part of the city. Applv at 1 HIS
TO RENT-ROOMS TO KENT. APPLY
at No. 49 EAST BAY, near the Battery.
July 9_ ie
T7H)K HENT,L'NTIL THE FIRST OF J*N
_T UABY next, the large and delightful RE-I
D.NCE northeast co-ncr of Rutledge Avenue and
Calhoun street. Possession given immediately. To
an approved teninttbe terras will be accommodating.
Apply at Dr. PEI ZEB'S OFFICE adjoining.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE No. IO VEH
NUN--TKELT, with six rooms and dimble
piazza, and gae throughout. To a good tenant the
rent will be twenty dollars per month Inquire at
Mo. 30 AMHEHST-sl'KL'RT, one door from Nassau
street. 3* /niy 8
T7HJR RUNT, THE COMFO RTA BLK
JD DWELLING. No. 4 Doughty-atrert, within Hf y
steps of the City Railway. Apply at No. 143 MEEI'.
INQ-hTlthEr. B*nt reasonible._July S
TO REUT. THK PLEASANTLY SITU
A1ED TWO AND A HALF H TO RY RESI?
DENCE. No. 6 Gadaden street, opposite Wentworth,
apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
REIL KSTATIC AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having bousea to root, can have tbeir Placards,
&c, printed at the lowest ratea and n tho newest
and neateat atvlea of type, at THE NEWS JJB OF
HOE, No. 149 East Bay
FOR SALK, TWO KINE LARGE
MULES, five andaix vcari old; can be seen at
No 32 OH ALM1?R---TREE1'. mwf Jauo 28
AUCTION KEKS, Blt OKERS, AND
others wishing "t or Sale" Ilacards, Buatncsa
Cards, er other Job Printing executed wltb neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult tbeir ID terost by leav?
ing th er orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
148 East Bay.
IWK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred.
Thc cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the office of l'H E N t.ws. March 1
BOARD ON S i LL I VAN'S ISLAND.-THE
BEACH HOU-i; ia now openei ur the accra
modstion of Boarders, either permanent or transient
Ample acoomaiodailou for Picnic aod Maroon Par?
ties. Carriage in at : end mer at Wharf.
Juty2 12? w T. MCDONALD,Proprietor.
REMOVAL.-STRAUSS dc VANCfe.
have remove i to the Store No. 14!) MEE Tl NG
Hi itEET. oppo-ite tbs Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Paulus, Ibaye. A Co. tv bore
they are ottering a lar.'c and complete assortment ot
DRY and FANUY GOODS. Imo July C
103! ?l?it joann
BOY i OS1 -AHOY KV'WN BY THE
name ol WILLIE FARttELt. or WILLI u.
K. NN Eli Y w.n decoyed away fruin bis boino iu
Allantain April last theb y uns U?bt h dr. very
largo biUe eves, somi freckles ou his lue auu is bo h
talkative and m.exigent. Auy imoi mutton regard
in;; him mav t>e sent to bl* mother, Mrs. C. A. K?N
NEDY, Atlanta, Ga. 6 Ju.y 6
STOLEN, FKOU AIRS. Ii EV ICY hMOKE,
in Holleton County, two mie? irom Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th April hat, her outr MARE.
1 he Mare ia Mack and ratber low for her length,
but ?eil buut; her body loug; both lore f-el and
one lund fon.are white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. H Th> Hare was followed fifu-eu mile - above
Walterboro'. la the direction ol Daru?ell. A white
man wis riding her. Mr.'. Smoke could not hive
tbe thiel lollowed for waut of means, and her little
crop must be los*, without helo. Any information
relativo to tho Mare will be thankfully recciveo. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Coi let in Coun?
ty. May 21
BtiOKEIi, A UCT10NEER AND COMMIS.
SION MEUORA Al.
SALES OF RFAL EST A it. STOCKS, BONDS, St
OOKITUS AM> PERSONAL rhOP?BTY
No. ?7 BR DAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, fl. 0.
Hou. BEN <K B01S1. ??. J. MAGRATH, ESI,
'truerai JAMES OUNNKK, I. H. WARING, Esq.
O. O. OF H.
THB MEMBERS OF THH OR1ER ARE RE
Q ? KS i in to meet 1 HUI i vzirrao. st Nine
o'clock, st Odd Fellow's HalL Applicants for mem
bersblp will come preparad for inflation. "L,"
section third, will be lllu-trateo-? H. A. H." Alter
the usual business and Ina allation ot Officers, re?
freshments will be furnished.
By order Grand soignor. B. 0. STARR,
Ju'y9 Grand Herald.
JJ A \ K K K S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROK KR 3 AND MER
OHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of aoy description, c. n get their orders
Oiled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. No.
U9 East Bay.
lotices in pankrupirp.
I* TUB DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNTIED STATES. FOB SOUTH CAROLIN A
J?LT TERM, 1869.-IN TH.-. MATTER OF
RICHARD HOPER, OF CHARLESTON. S.C , BANK
BUPI.-PETITION FOB FUL . AND FINAL
DISCHARGE TN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, Thats
heating be bad on the TWBNIT-SIXTH DAT or JULY, A.
D 1869, at Federal Courthouoe in Charleston, 8. C.;
and that all creditors, ftc., of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, and show cause, if any thy
can, why the prayer of the ?eli.loner saenld not be
By order of the Court, the 8th day of Jul v. 1869.
DA iltL HOBLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the U. a. for td 0.
TS THE DISTRICT COUNT OF THE
X UNITE i) M i ATE- FOR SOUTH CA H OLIN A
MAT TEBM, 1869.-IN 7 HE MA i Ti R OK GtORGE
1UPPHR, OF CHARLrSTON, S. C., BANB
BUPT.-PKIIrTON FOB FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANK KUP I CY.-Ord re I. 'I hat a
hearing be bad on the rarTzsirrB OAT or JULY,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, b. C ;
and that all Creditor?, ftc, of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, and show cause, if any they
can. wby the prayer of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, tbe 24tb day of Jun?, 1869,
DAN Ir L HOBLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court ol the United -tates for
South Caro Ina. i3 June 25
Cloting ann /nrtmlpQ ?ooHs..
JJ \ KGAI N S I BARGAIN S t BARGAIN'S
N. A. COHEN
IS NOW SELLING HI8LARGE AND EXTENSIVE
STCCK OF CLO I HING BKLOW COST tn raise mo?
ney. Goods marked down to the lowest figure. No
humbug. Call and Judge for yourselves.
N. A COHEN.
Corner Kin? and Princess street,
June 39 wfl? Under Victoria Hotel
Pro QMS, (Etc.
J. R. READ & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED A DESIRABLE LOT OF
At 35 cents per yard.
CH MOE JAPANS E CLOTHS at 30 and 40 cents
French OtganHes, at 51 cents, reduced from 75
cents and $1.
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
BLACK DRESS GOODS IN VARIETY.
HERNANIS. Bareges, Crape Marctz, Tamise Cloth,
8-4 BLACK GOODi, suitable for Shawl*, Talmas,
J. R. READ Ai CO.
SUPER WHITE TAFFETA GLOVES
Fuper Black Taffeta Olores
Super Colored Taffeta Cloves
White and Colored Li-le Gloves
Children's Gloves in variety,
LADIES* WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Bose, in beat English manufacture.
DRESS TRIMMING 4, MOSQUITO BOBBIN ET
and Gauze, Cambric and Swiss Buding, Linen Sets.
A rall assortment of SWISS, CAMBBIC and NAIN?
SOOK TRIMMINGS, J ut received.
J. R. READ di CO.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
WHITE LACE POINTS
Sewing Silk "hawls
Summer Grenadine shawls
Black and White Barege shawls
Black Silk Coverings.
OTHES STYLES OF C0VEBING3, now offering
st reduced prices.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. ?163 KING-STREET,
April 12 mw>3mos Opposite Hasel.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
5 CASES OF 4-4 LONGCLOTHS, AT 12ii CENTS.
A large tssortmenl ot French Corsets, hom 75
Fine choice Collara of Crape Marctz only 30
cents per yard.
French Figured Cambrics, st 25 cents per yard.
A full supply of Colored Muslins, Mozamblquea,
Bareges, Lenos, 20 per cent, cheaper than anywhere
A tull line of Swisses, Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslins, at moderate prices.
5uu dozens of English and German Ladles' and
Gem's Hosiery, from 12,'? rents np.
The latest style of Parasols for Ladies and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents up.
Ladles' Linen Pockot Handkerchiefs, from 10
Robinet for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Boopekirts for Ladle?, from 40 cents np.
A well assorted stock ol Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Glove?, Ac, which wc sell ut rid'cu om prices.
Cad and examino our stock. Great inducement
are offered at
KI ut nt.o : r & BRO.,
Corner Kin.7 and Calhoun street*.
An exclusive department for BOOT-, SHOE?,
HATS and TRUCKS which we arc able to sell 20
per cent, cheaper than any other bou'o.
Msy 3 Smos
(?i T . CLOUD ll OT Eli.
THIS NEW AND COMMOt IOUS BOUSE, LOCAT
ED corner ot Broadway and Koriy-second-sireet,
possesses advantages over tilt other hom?-* for the ac?
commodation ol Its guests. It was built expressly
for a firct-class family boarding house-the reoms
bclnc large and en suite, heated hy steam-with hot
and cold w ?ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is in tbe most experienced
bands, affording ifuects an unequaled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the'"modern improvements" and st the service ot
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place CRTS pass the
door every four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Pa k, while tho Sixth au.i t-eventb
Avenue ines are but a short block ?n either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with ail
. he depots, steamboat landings, nlaccs of amuse?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
AlORtc. dc BULLEY, Propraetors.
Mardi 12 ?mos
U ll ,\ 1> . A li E X A .\ 1> MU R ,
NO! ARY P?HU0 AND GENERAL AGENT,
Ato. 10 flroatl-strcct.
RESPECT KULLY SOLICITS BdSINKSS IN AD
JL>1 IN 4 MVOUNTs ol Merchant* and "thors,
and in rt'HITIN'j UP AND POSTING their huuRs,
eiitu r m pan or whole, tc January 9
Prags, Cbxra cais, (fftr.
F. P A N K IV I N ,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. . ,
IMPORTER ANS REALER IN
rm?g?MMD oijuaroxLT AT
ALL HOCES OF THE DAT AND NIOBT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon this branch of the business, the utmost
PERSONAL care and attention is bestowed, and the
PURITY of the
Used in compounding, is GUARANTEED.
FRESH VICHY WATER,
Of Direct Importation.
EACH BOTTLE OB PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVERNMENT STAMP.
OONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FRESH FROM THE SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCKBRIDGE ALU? SPRING
A complete assortment of
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac
GEO. TIEMANN & 0O.?
OF NEW YORK,
SURGICA LAND DENTAL
DEFORMITIES, FBACTCTRE8, &e.
May 19 wfm
?wr mts and ?iisct flaut MS.
NEW FLOUR, .>
AT "CAHPIIB MILLS."
THE A BO VS MILLS ABE NOW IN FULL OPB
BATION, ind prepared to ?upply the trade
with choir? NEW FA ri I LY FI.OUB ground of the
beat carolina and Georgia Wheat
July9 fmw6 JNO. CAMP8EN APO.
PRIME NORTH RIVER HAT
~Z.f\ BALKS VE EY PHI MK N. B. HAY, EX
OOVf steamer Cham'. ion, on asper's Wharf.
For sale low by JNO. OAHFSEN A CO.
$1 60 per Pound,
John Hurkamp & Co.
CORN AND EASTERN HAY
7AAA BU4BELS PRIME W?nTE MILLING
I UUU COEN, in bulk, per acaooner E. Wator
312 ba^es Prime Eastern Hay
For aale low wbile Undine:, by
Joly 8_WEsT k JON i.B, So. 76 East Bay.
Qf\(\f\ BUsHrLS PHI ME WHITE AND
QKJxJKJ YELLOW COBN, per schooner Shi
loh from Baltimore.
For sale by F. D. C KHACKF,
July 8_2*_No 1 Doughty-street.
fT AAA BUSHELS PBIMEWHITE COHN
0\Jyjyf 1600 bushels Prime Yellow Com,per
For sale by J. N. TTDEMANN A 00.
PRIME WESTERN MUES AND
SHU CL DE US.
A fi H EDS. 8TBI0TLY PBIME WESTERN 0. B.
30 hhds. Prime Western Shoulders .
10 bhda Second Quality shoulders.
Lanriing and for sale by JEFFORDS A CO.,
Jnly 7 4 Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Range.
OAK! OAK ! OAK!
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE QUANTITY OF
welt seasoned CAE LUMBER. For sale by
L a HALL A CO.,
Northwest Corner Eaat Bay and Market afreet.
OA il A BUSHELS BRIGHT HEAVY OATS,
JUUU For sale by T. J. BEBB A CO.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BY
Dr. H. BABB,
Jone 26 No. 131 Meeting-street
TA A BALES PBIME NOBTH RIVER HAY.
i \J Vj For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
A AA BBLS "FAMILY," "SUPER* AND
_UU "FINE" FLOUB.
For sale by 1. J. KERR A GO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, moitde icioub and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soup?, -C., put up in 1 tb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated cocoanut for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac, put np in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pinta, pints
Cider and White Wine Vinegar, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Rio Coffee. Of good quality, at S?O.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERA i IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corn tr Meeting and Market streets.
Gooda delivered free. May 28
. WHEAT! WHEAT!
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 10,000
Bushels CBOICE WHEAT.
July 6 mwf6 JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BARB, No. 181
BISON'e) TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Congh Syrup
Schenk'a Pul m on ic Syrup
8c_enk's Seaweed Tonie
Spears' F mit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser'' Pill*. Ac. Atc.
Fleming's Worm confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbu*ii_it* of Lim?
Van Deusen's Worm Confections
Hurley's Woim Candy
Bard o tte'? Worm Sugar Drops
Grnfenberg Pills A
8challenbcrger's Fever and Ague Pius
Mc Lane's Liver nil*
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's I Iterative
Jayne's Sanative Pille
Bad way'a Ready Belief
Rad waj'a R- FUU
Rtdway's Ready Resolvent.
June 21 mwf
^? li . KILLEY,
TROT, NEW YORK.
SrOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
MPHILANTHROPIST," "CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CITn-lAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHESK
AND FOB sana BX >
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOR
capacity, durability, convenience, and the general
purpose to which Cooking stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST IR extra heavf plated, and bu
A?h Drawer; can be mad? bato a six boiler hole
.tove : bas cart iron Wtter Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class ?tove. Tte
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, and ha* a one large
Oven. This Stove can be bad with the extension
oack, ?ix boles, and reservoir when desired
For further information apply to
D. L. F?LLE UTON,
January 3C (mo? Augusta, Ga
JAMES KicOX.JOH? eux
J? N ? X & Gil. I,,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A?. 12 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE
CONSIGNMENTS OF COITOS", RICE, 4c. BB
!?J ECTFCLLY solicited. ; UJ liberal-advances made
ti creon. Orders for CORN ar.d BACON promptly
ex< outed with care and attention. :lmos Mar lil
KV?UPUUING A*D ll \Ili-t I TT1SG,
LADIES AND JmLDhiSN
attended at their residences promptly aud at rearf?B
8end ordere to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April ll No, 31 Broi(i.<treei eau ?taira.)