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-Gold at New. York yesterday closed at^WJ.
-The New York cotton market closed firm;
gates 1600 baled, at Si i i3??c.
.?-At.Liverpool cotton closed active;uplands
1 3ial2jd; sales 1?000 balea.
-It coats $25 000 a year to wash the crown
?pen cf France.
-Weat Vir gin m.produces five hundred bar?
rels pf pe trole um daily.
~- Ncw-OrlcaDd presents less than four t bou
8ftnd taxable incomes.
'-Numbers of ladies ara bacomiog newspa
. per reportera ia New York.
-A paJaco, costing 700.000 francs, is going
up for Eugenie's residence while in Egypt.
"?'-?Ths'New York nudgerground railroad will
0O3t ten millions-if it ever cosis anything. .
-N inefc. Prussians were among the oap lures
of the French police in the late election riots..
-TWO otp-three Stats? have adopted the Fif?
teenth amendment*. Four, more ara required
to make ita past of the constitution.
iSpftifS which, hf s
been in process ?if' boring for ion years past,.
W.?Tsoon have reached a depth of four thou?
sand feet, 'ju***. ...... >iwi
-It is said that tha buildings erected for the
poor in London by Mr. Peabody do not benefit
th? 'class i or wbiob they war? Intended. . They
prefer dirt and independence.
-Th* friends of Allan and McCoolo have
mads preliminary* arrangements for another
prise Agu t bat ween these worthies. Fifty dui- .
lars a sido were deposited. Tho fight is to.be
fbi $2500 a sids, to tight in four months, within
fifty miles of Cincinnati.
. -Advices from Turks Island to June 26 re?
port sait sc arne at the aalt island inconse?
quence of late heavy i-aina that had destroyed
the a ops, and caused an advance of two and a
hair to three cents per bushel, and masters of
vessels there found it difficult to procure full
cargoes of good quality of salt sven at this ad?
- -A number of the insurance companies in
Philadelphia have agreed to organize a patrol,
whose object shall be to visit all-fires within a
prescribed 1.mit, and protect and save prop
C&ac Tbs pahrol will .be fornisheofwlth horses
a*t? wagons, with canvass covers, buckets, Ac.,
i'4'4f der to facilitate the saving of property ad?
joining that which may bs tn flames.
. -A pi?ce" of "mechanism for transferring rail?
road cars from' on? bo another1 wtthout neces?
sitating the running of the ear several hun?
dred feet backward or forward, as the cass may
be, and without the use of a witches, has been
??mntea 'Within tho last few days. The prac?
tical - advantages of itara a saving of depot
rooTd'aud of timo, and ra tiro id mea say that it
possesses some intrinsic merit.
"'-Mr. F. C. Morehead, sonor tho lats Gov?
ernor Morehead, of Keqtucky, and member of
the firm of N. Coronua A Co., of Memphis, also'
oort??pondent of Dribcan, Sherman A Co., of
ff?w Yoik, has been designated by Hon. Charles >
Anderson, j resident of tho recent Southern;
Commercial Convention, to bear the proosod
fngB and represent the results of that body to ,
the Chambers of Gommecoe at London, Liver- ,
pool, Mancnestpr, Havre, Parn, Antwerp and
Bremen, and to the Cotton. Supply Association .
"or England. Mr. Morehead will d spart for
Eacopoon, the 14th.
-The municipal authorities of Washington,
D. C., are on the v?rge of trouble; wi th their
>poloxed constituency, who, it se ema, are not
aetftfied with the corporation patronage they
have received, ba t, Uke Oliver, are bawling for
more, and have become BO clamorous that the
Mayor and other cor pora t iou officials are not
ooly iorely annoyed, but they are somewhat
puru led as to the proper course to pursue.
The colored men say that it was their votes
thst elected th? present city government, and
they tatuaste that they will pe satisfied with
nothing less than the lion's share of the spoils.
-Tho total value of the real sal personal
property ia the City and Oiunty of N?w York,
f r the year 1869, according to a recent official
?statement, h $904.100.597, against $908 486 327
in 1368, being an increase of $55,661270. The
separate items are aa follows io I860 : Beal
es rate $684 140 768, and personal estate $279,
959,829; in 1868. real estate $623.236,555, per?
sonal estate $385 199.772; so that the real es?
tate, hes increased $60.904.213, and the per?
sona! es .ate has decreased $5,239,943. Among
the items of personal estate, the bank shares
ara rained at $74,547.131 in 1869, and $75,
998,019 m 1838, being a decrease in 1869 of
-The imperialist promises to pay a good
slice of the Confederate war debt when we
have an Emperor. It claims that the Confed?
erate war debt is not to be forfeited by the
failure of the Confederacy any more than the
United' States debt ls consecrated by success.
The; one was made payable after tbs perma?
nent establishment of a Southern government.
" True. But the other was raised to perpetuate
. a republic which baa notoriously ceased to
exist. So, if one debt is in a bad way, the
. other may be equally shaky, some day or
other. Both are failure?. The South did not
gain ber independence, and the North smash?
ed the Republic matead of preserving it. So,
Vice P'mpereur, and don't sell your bonds for
wall paper 1
-The wido-awake, enterprising merchants
of St. Louis have raised a purse of one thons
and dollars whiob they propose to distribute
in premiums for cotton at the ooming fair in
St. Loots. These premiums will be awarded
as follows: For the best b&Ie of upland or shorl
suplo cotton,. $500; for the best bale of New
Orleans or long staple cotton, $500. The St.
Louts Fair Association have added to this a
third premium of $250 for the best bale of cot?
ton raised in Missouri. The cotton entered
must be of the growth of 1869. and the bales
must n >t weigh less than 450 poonda each.
Sea island an 1 Peeler cotton are excluded Irom
competition. These premiums are, we believe,
by far the largest ever offered anywhere for
the great staple, being not less than $1 par
-Tbs Colic :tor of Customs of the Port cf
Gaorgetown J. C. a few dava since received a
magtiificent collection of solid silver articles,
intended as prose?te f jr President Grant. Gen?
eral Sherman, ex-Secretary Sa war a and Mis.
ex-PreaiL'ent Lincoln. They were sent to this
conan y fri m Mexi*o by Sabos Iturbide. in be?
half ota m >d?st Mexican, who rel used to have
bis us mo macio Known, and Bald that "in 1
transport of delight at the abolition of slav?
bo was pron: pto J to prepare those little toke
for some oft be principal actors in that gn
work. ' President Grant receives a silver cof
set of thirty-six pieces and some dressed let
ard skins. Qsneral Sherman receives an eg
boiler and holder. For -ex-Secretary Sevfa
there is an inkstand and peu bolder, m st
geniously coutr.vid, besides a call-bell, a
fHr??'Lincoln's "portion ?T'lhe lot is a bea
card basket. AU of the articles are of solid s
ver. withont any dearth of metal, and of t
most beautiful Gmsh and workmanship. Pre
dent Grant's and General Sherman's portio
were delivered oh Saturday, and some id
may be formed of their valno from the fact tl
tho duty on Presid3nt Grant's lot was $7'
and ou General Sherman's $164.
WE D?? ESDAI MORNING, JULY 14, 1869
Thc Lesson Ot tnt KI cet lcm s. -
Tb era is a great joy in Virginia-a j
shared by the mea who fought shoulder
shoulder with Virginians at Manassas,
Gettysburg or Spot (sylvania, or who sto.i
by their side during weary months in tl
winding trenches~'at Petersburg. But
the midst of the revelry and mirth, whi
the air is still heavy with the shouts whi<
hailed the election of a Northern Republ
can as Governor of the Old Dominion, v
of the South may well ask what is to be tl
e fifi ct of a movement which, in Virgin i
has united Democrat, Whig and modera'
Republican, and brought John B Bald wi
and Hunnicut, Extra-Billy Smith and "Tat
kee" Allen, R. E. Lee and Gilbert Walk?
upon the same party platform ?
At the outset we express our conviotio
that Virginia aoted wisely in choosing
compromise policy and a compromise pla
form. 'Whatever one man may do, it is oe:
tain that a whole State is not willing I
sacrifice yean of .prosperity for the.sake <
a so-called barren boner. Virginia was i
the hands of military satraps' and thei
agents.. There waa no protection tobe ha
in her o oar ts; no man had a right whio
the Pro-Consul need respect. The onl
; escape was by securing readmission tc Con
greasional representation. The Const itu
tion prepared by the ultra Radicals wa
filled with infamous provisions, and disfran
chieed and disqualified, from holding office
many worthy ead able oititens. But ou
"Smoky Caaiiar" was induoed to decree Uta
Ute disfranchising and disqualifying clause
should bc submitted to a separate vote, e<
that the people had an opportunity of ex
panging these provisions, of defeating th
ultra Radic?is, and of resuming the admin
ist ration of their local affairs. The Stat
ticket of the "bolting" Republicans wai
finally accepted by the whites of the State;
the result is the election of that ticket and
the adoption of the expurgated constitu
lion. Had a sq uar e fight been made against
the constitution it should have been rejec?
ted, the registered vote (1867) being 121,271
whites and 106,105 blacks. But this would
hare left the State exposed to a military
role of indefinite duration, as well ai to
harsher and more humiliating terms of
future reconstruction. As it stands, tht
State is in the hands of moderate and, foi
the most part, respectable men, whether they
were born north or sooth of the Potomac;
while the whites kno w that their majority,
ever increasing, will always enable them tc
role the colored minority, ever growing
leas. They do not fear and har? no reason
to fear that their own conduct in the lat?
elections will be a binding precedent for the
future Virginia at this moment is gov?
erned by white men and will continue to be
so governed1, although in her first General
Assembly under the new constitution may
ait 'several men of color. It is the very
white majority in Virginia whioh has al?
lowed the people to go further in the direc?
tion of a compromise than any other South?
ern State con afford to go.
' Ia the North, and perhaps ia the South,
the result of the Virginia elections has been
treated as a Republican victory; as an ac?
knowledgment that the colored people have
an equal right to vote and hold office; and
as a marking out of a line of aotion whioh
will, if followed, enable every Southern
State to compass the downfall of Radical?
ism, without securing the triumph of De?
mocracy. We do not understand it so.
Every Sonthern State has admitted that as
the law stands the colored man enjoys the
privilege of roting, and in most of them h e
is entitled to hold office if eleoted. There
is no disposition to attempt to deprive the
oolored man by foroe of any privilege whioh
the law gives him. Obedienoe to the exist?
ing laws is everywhere inculcated, and in
this State the declaration has been made by
acoavention of white Democrats that the
reforms we need must be obtained by peace -
ful agencies alone. There is no intention
of interfering with negro voting; but the
question of negroes holding office is a
widely different affair. No man is obliged
to rote for a colored man; nor do we be?
lieve that in any Southern State the prac?
tice will, for any reason, be adopted of run?
ning colored men upon an anti-Radical
platform. In Virginia, negroes have been
elected by white ami-Radical votes; but
this may never oosur again.
There is no doubt that the anti-Radicals
ctn obtain control of every Southern State
if they are willing to give the negroes some
of the less important public offices. Toe
colored people have dill a sufficient regard
for their old masters to vote with them in
mass, if they oan at the same time vote for
persons ol their own oolor. Charleston,
for instance, could at any lime eleot an
anti-Radical ticket by a rousing majority,
if the whites agreed to put upon it even
three or four respectable oolored men. But
could lhis.be safely done ? Would not suc?
cess in Charleston be bought at the price of
failure in nearly every oounty in the State ?
Would not the adoption of a negro-compro?
mise policy at once al?nate the young men
-the "future hope of the State-from tte
party which adopted it ? Would it not drive
from the polls the men of middle age,
whose hands have not lost their cunning ?
Would it not disgust the elders, wno re?
member and love the better days of the re?
public? Would it not provoke the active
opposition tf every county in the ? tate in
weich the whites have or can ob'aio
a roting majority? And what would
it gain ? Nothing, ou tai do of the negroer,
but what may be termed the pro?
gressive voters, who are few and far be?
tween. The negroes would come to the
support of the compromise ticket; but so,
with proper management, will they come to
.the support of a square uncompromising
ticket. The majority might not be ae large,
but the success would be as sure. J
Every day the negroes beoome less nume?
rous. Every day the whites grow more
strong. Who joins himself to the negro
party, but enlists under the black flag of a
ruined cause. A concession of one office
in ten to the colored people would impel
them to demand twioe as many. It would
soon be a struggle which party should ob?
tain most colored votes-that is who would
give them the greater number of office?.
Once admit that ignorant and incompetent
negroes may properly be voted for, and the
whole grand battle is lost. In Virginia
there is little risk, because the whites have
the voting majority; but in South Carolina
a similar policy would, in all likelihood, be
the ruin and destruction of the State.
What Virginia bas dons she has done
under the pressure of a supreme necessity.
The whole South sympathized in her sad?
ness and rejoioes in her deliverance from
Bidioal misrule. But in every other South?
ern State of the Union the circumstances
are totally different, and the action of Vir?
ginia cannot and must not be taken as a |
rule to guide the political aetion of any
State already readmitted to the blessed
privileges of universal suffrage and uni?
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January 1 lyr
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TT AMERICAN KNIllING MACHINE. Price
$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Kunine Ma?
chine ever invented. Will kmt 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to Agent?. /ddnsa
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
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BY hTOttS._3_July 13
SPOLEN, FROM .VIK.S. LBV1CY SMOKE,
in Colleton Oounty, two mi e- (rom Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th April hst. her only MARE.
1 he Mare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well bunt; her body long; both tore fret and
one hind font are white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. M. The Mare was followed fifteen mile.- above
Walfrboro' in the direction ol Barnwell. A white
man was riding her. Mrs. Smoke could not have
the thief toliowed for want of means, and her little
crop must be loa*, without belo. Any information
relative to the Mare will be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Waiterboro', Colleton Coun?
ty. May 21
HIGH SCHOOL HP CHYRLB4TON.
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sumed on WxoioesDAY, 15th July. Thorough in?
struction given In Latin, Oreek, French, (berman.
Mathematics, snl tho higher branche J of English.
Terms ot tuition, $12 per qaarter, payable in ad?
vance. No extra charge for French, German, or
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July 10 C
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modulion or Boarders, e.ther permanent or transient
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July 2 12* W 1. Mc DON ?LD,Proprietor.
EE 91 O V A L.-STRAUSS Ac VANCE
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?iiitfeT oppo-ite tho Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by ilessrs. Dewing, T haye. A co . where
ttiey ate offerings large and complete assortment of
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^ Ul A lt L, h S TON A ti lilt'I LT I K AL
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March 24 Orno
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of tiiis Lodge will be beld at vasontc Hall.
Tats EVENING at Eight o'clock. Members and can?
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i ma EVKKIKG, nt hall-past ti bt o'clock. Members
will be ponctuai. GtO. H. INGBARAM Jr.,
July 14 secretary.
-SE INA ST KAM FI KT-: EXGIAE COM?
TBE REGULAR MONTHLY MEE i INO Of
your Company wi 1 r-o bald THIS I VES?I,
Hth instant, at vour Hall, Queen-street, at hilf-paat
tight o'clock precisely.
By order. J. MoLEI- H,
July 14 .- ecretary.
SOUTH C AHOCINA MKCHANICS' ASSO?
THE M KM HERS OF IHK a BOT S ASSOCIATION
will meet at ?> atonie Hail, I'O-MOBBOW I VI:,
NIKO, 15tb in -tint, nt Eigm i.'clock, in ord :r lo have
a flual ?. ttiement of me ?ffur? of the Association,
Hy order ol lb ) iTestd-ut. C. P PETIT,
July ll 2 Secretary pro tom.
a o o K c v \
LITE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUFS ALL K1N03 OF LIFE AND ENDOW
MENT POLICIE?. Dlvld v?i nnnu-Hy in casb.
Onlv Company hiving the Definite Guarantied -ur
render-Value Pim Po?cle.?, wond-wide. Second to
no Company m the Uuited States lor stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. Ill Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN V\. BOUCK, President.
WM. M. COLE, Fecretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or'bv letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES. Jr.,
Genera] Agent for South Caro.ina.
July 12 mwf 6moa
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
No. i MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE.
Dm WM. M. POST, Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
BB AN CH OFFICIE, CHAHLKSTON, S. C.
DB. THOMAS L. OGIEB, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, JB., General Agent.
CHAELE8T0K BOA BO BETEBINCE:
Hon. ALF BED HUGER.
W G. MAGRA IB. EEO., President S. C. B. R.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL. Attorney at Law
THtO. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser A Co.
A NUR KW SI MONDs, ?sq., President Eir.-t Na?
BOKKBt MURE, Esq , of Messrs. R. Mure A Oo.
EDWARD LAFI IT'i, ot Ed. Lafitte A Co.
colonel J. B E. SLOAN, rotten Factor.
W. A. COURTENAY, Esq., of Mesare. Courtenay A
H. B. OLN'EY. Eaq., of llesirs. Olney ? Co.
Bavins been app inted General Aaent for North
ind south Carolina for the above reba ble aud popu?
lar Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to re?
ceive applications at reasonable rates and on favor?
able terms. JOHN KIRKLAND, Ja.
uffice for tb? pr?tent at Messrs. courtenay A
Trenbolm'a. Union Wbaif. ws3moa. June 1
K O ll ti 1 A
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
HAVING FOLLY ORGANIZED OUB COMPANY
on a sure and permanent baals, an I having the
Comptroller's authority, we present to the Southorn
People what we b. Heve to be one of the safeat and bent
Lite Insurance Companies ever established in the
toutbern Country. Thc Home Office is in Macon.
Georgia, where eve-y dollar invested will remain in
our midst. Ihe galuzy of names, given aa director*
and i eferees, is a sufficient Guarantee of Itself of the
fidelity with which this institution will be managed.
The capital is sufficient to meet all losses in every
contingency. We earnestly appeal to our citizens
everywhere to build up with us tb is structure for
the benefit of our loved one?, our homes, and our
Hundreds of thousanis ot dollars ?re yearly ab?
stracted from the pockets of our people, and carried
to foreign parts to enrich strangers who have but
little sympathy for us
Can we not loam wisdom and use our means to
ecrlcb om selves and beautify our homes ?
We will try and place, lu every locality, polite and
efficient Agents to trm?act the business of the Com?
pany And we cordially luv.to all desiring agencies
in this Company to ca!l on the Officers, at the office
building, near i be Pas?eiiger Depot, in Iront of the
two hotels, on Fourth-street, where all matters of
a eta 1 will be cheerfully given.
The profits will be entirely mutual after paying
six per cent, to the stockholders for amount of Stock
W J LAWTON. President.
J C. McBORNfcY, Vice.Pr?sident
BJ LIUHIFOOr, fecretary.
BOA MD Or DIEECT0?8.
ASHER AYRES, Fertil'zer, Mocoo, Ga.
T C NI' BET. Iron Eouuder, Macon, Ga.
H T .lOUN-ON, John-on. i ompbell A Co, Whole?
sale Grocers. Macon, Ga.
JACKSON DELOAL'HK, Carriage Depository, Macon,
J C MCBURNEY. Macon. Ga.
W J LAWTON, Lawton A Lawton. Macon, Ga.
I AVID T SINGL ION, Planter, Eatontou, Ga.
RICH A RU HOURS, of cruder k Co, Hankers, Al?
DB. J AM KS F. BOZKMAM, Piealdent Georgia Home
Insurance Company, Columbus, Ga.
WALLAI E CUMMING, Banner, savannah. Ga.
M P si OVA Li , btovall a duller, Augusta, Ga.
F ADAMS, Cashier Natl anal Bank, Athena, Ga.
T M i CK Low, Americus, da.
Harris k Howbll. Wilmington, N C
Gen cr il Angus! na Young. Charlotte, N C.
Wm B Wright, Fayeitevllle. h 0
John 0 Slocum, Golds! oro', N 0
Wm M Lawton, Charleston, 8 C
Jamen P Boree, President Theological Institute,
OrcenviUe. s 0
R Furman. D D, Newberry Courthouse, S 0
JOB Dargan. D D, Sumter, S C
8 r Atkin, Kooxvllle. lenn
Johu McNaob, President . as'ern Bank of Eufaula,
Theodore Bania, President Louis ville Insurance
and Banking Company, Louisville, Ky
Wm D Mi ler, Lyncbbu ir, V?
T ?i ? I'e i gason, Lynchburg, Va
D H Haldwtu k (*o, New York
Golthwi lglit. Hire A >emi>le, Montgomery, Ala
Kx-Goveruor J G >horier Eufaula, ala
L L Warren, Prcaideut E.lia City National Bank,
Gordon. Owens & Stoke*. Abbeville, Ala
P li Pepper & Co. Mooiie, Ala
Jo-iah .Moni*. Hunker, Montgomery, Ah
Hug.b Mccoll, cornraisaiouer. New . Heans. La
w. od Low k LodwLf-cn, New Orleans La
Nobl- k Brm bera. Irou Works, Rome Ga
General A R Laivt <n, ?avaumh, Ga
Ge..eral A H < oiquiit Raker county. Ga
'1 borna? H Wiilinybam, Dougherty County, Ga
Ja i e - CallawaV, Atlanta, Oa
olouel Lintier I GlenD, Atlanta, Ga
Dr T W Keru, Salisbury, N C
M..jor W M Robbiiia, Attorney at Liw, Salisbury,
Colonel C F Low, Merchant Lexington, N C
James .-loan, t sq, Mer. bant, Greensboro', N C
Hou E G Reade, supreme Ccurt Junge, Boxboro',
Hon ti S Wmstead. Roxboro", N C
y P Williamson, Wholesale Grocer, Baleigh, N C
J P Billingham, Newbern, N 0
Robert Thompson, Esq, Wholesale Grocer, Naah
Hon john Kr s lin, Judge 0 S Ccurt, Atlanta, Ga
J. G. HOL ll KS, Jr.,
General Agent for south Carolina.
Local ac-i Travelling agents Wanted In all Darts of
the >ta'c. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica
ti"OB to be made to J. G. HOLMES, Jr., Generai
Agent, No. 33 Brood-street. Charleston, S. C.
July 5 mc mwf
HUN ll. ILKXASOlliU,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 10 Broad-street.
RESPECT FULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN Al
JUHTING ACCOUNT> ol Merchants and others,
and in WRITTNi DP AND POSTING their BOCKS,
either in part or wbo.e, Ac January 9
CHABLESION, SOUTH CABOLINA.
THlfl FfBST-CH83 BOTEL. SITUATED IN A
pleasant location, and in toe business portion of the
citt, readers it the most desirable Hotel for either
perm i DPD t or frangent guests. . he accommodations
are unsurpassed, bavlne extensive suites m elegantly
fu.-uisned apirtmenta lor f?milles a d single centi??
mes Tot* proprietor will endeavor io maintain the
blah reput niou e'Joyed by the ".tharlestou" as a
firet class hons.', anu no effort *lil be spared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore be?towe 1 upon it
'1 he beat cf Live y accommodations will be found
ad joining the establishment.
ihn houFO i supplied with the celebrated Arte*
pian Water of wmch de Ljh'ful ha-ha can be bad
either day or ul?ht. r. B. JACK-ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
V^t T . V L U U D II OT lin
THH NEW AND COMMOLIOUS BOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-eecond-sireet,
posses-1 > advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation o> lt* cuesta. lt waa built expressly
fora nr-t-rliss family b.mrdLig house-the room*
bomt/ larg'- atid eu suite, heated by ?leite-with hot
?Oil cold w ter. ami furnished >:.-oni to noie; wbUe
tbe culinary department ia tn tbe 'tiost experienced
nanda, aUrdliig ?iie?tB an uneqaal>d fable.
nm; of Atwood's Patent Elevator* is aiao among
thc "modern improvements" ana at tue service ot
gilesta at all boura.
1 he Broadway and University Placa Cars pass the
door every four minutes, running from the City
Hail to t'entrai Park, while the Mith and ?eventh
Avenue 1 iuc? ar? Dut a short block on either ?ide,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
. be depots, steamboat landinga, olacea of aicnse
tuent and business of the great metr?poli J.
PI o ir ? ?i HULLKV, Proprietors.
Varch 12 Ginns
J> A N IC K R 5 .
STOCK ANO EXCHANGE BBOKEB3 AND MEE
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of acy description, cm get their older*
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay. _
8INIFBEE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PRICES ANNEXED.
B?RSE TAMING BY A NEW METROD, 15c.
INQUIRE WITHIN for Anything you Want to
Know; or, Over 3700 Facta for the People, SI 60.
FBOSl'S EOOK OF I* BLE MX. 30c.
WILDON'S BOOK OF R td TA HONS AND DIA?
LOGUES, 30 J.
FROST.'fl DIALOGUES FOB YOUNG FOLFS, 30o.
THE PARLOR BTAGP. A Collection of Drawing
room Proverbs, Charades and Tableaux Vivant?.
BBUDPER B >N tS" BOOK of Stump Speeches and
Burleaque O ations, 30c.
FRO i V? OuIGI.N AL LETTER WRITTEB. 80c.
M Ul 1?N h's H v MD- BOOK of Etiquette and Gu Ids
to True Poiltenets, 50c.
DAY'S AMERICAN BEACY-RECKONEB, 80c.
BAB ION'S COMIC RECITATIONS nedHumoroaa
AMATEUR THEATRICAL - and Fairy Tale Dram?
EA it LOR THEATRICALS; or. Winter Evening's
THE MODEBN POCKET H J Y LE. Contai oin g all
the Game* of >k?l and Chance, 60c.
THE PARLOR MAGICIAN, 80c.
BOcK OF BIDDLES and Five Hundred Homo
BOOK OF FIRESIDE G AMES, 30c.
LIVE AND LEARN, A Guide for all who wish to
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THE KNAPSACK FULL OF FUN; or, One Ihoas
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1 HE PL ATE OF CHOWDER. A Dish for Funny
HOW TO CUT AND CONTBIVE CHILDREN'S
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Eulea for the Orderly Conduct of Public meetings,
BOOK OF ONE THOUSAND TALES AND AMUS?
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THE LAUGHABLE ADVENTURES OF MESSRS.
BROWN, JONES AND BOBIN -ON, 8Cc.
DE WALDEN'S BALL BOOM COMPANION; or,
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CUURTENEY'd DICTION AB Y OF ABBREVIA?
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THE SECRET OUT;or, One Thousand Tricks with
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Kilt extra, $6.
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mlly illustrated by tbe most eminent English
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(Ur0?friM ino flmtUntw^
?CA AAA OBBMM SHINGLE?, OF GOOD
Ov/iUvU quality, for sale at a lc w rate by
" . 0HI8OLH BB ?THEBH,
July 14 ? fi Bic* Mill, weat end Tndd-street, %
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
IAM NOW IN BBCELPr OF, AMD SHALL CON?
TINUE to nave, a supply of this vaiuable FEB
IILTZfcB, which planter? can obtain in any quan?
tity, and on tbe usual term*. J. N. HOBSON,
No?. 1 and 2 AUanitc Wharf,
July 13 3 pac Agent for the state.
SUGAR AND MO? ASSES.
A (* HH S. CHOICE PORTO BICO 6?G1R
4tO 00 bbl?, choi:e Porto Rico ?njir
5U h?ds Muscovado Sugar
100 bhda. Cub? Molasses
60 bblB. Cnba Molasses
10 bhds. Porto Rico Molasses.
For sale tn lots to suit pur hase ru, by
W. P. HALL,
July 7 wslmo Brown & Co.'s Wharf.
PHI ME EASTERN HAY,
A A BALE3 PRIME EA.8TEBV HAY, LAND
fJUU INO on Palmetto Wharf, and tor tale by
July 13 2 JOHN ( AileSEN A CO.
91 60 per Pound,
John Hurkamp & Co..
July 8 6* N
OAliA BUSHELS BRIGHT HEAVY OATS,
JjWyj For sale by T.J.KEBBACO.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BET AL, BY
Dr. H. BABB,
June 26 No. 131 Meeting-street.
TA A BALES PBIME NORTH BTVEB HAY.
* Ul ' For sale by T. J. KERB A CO.
A fifi BBLS "FAMILY," "SUPER' AND
4tUU "FINE" FLOUR.
For sale by 1. J. KERB A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostde idou!, and healthy food, need
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle (Jakes, Soaps, sc, pat ap In 1 m. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
? io , pat ap In half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American, ia half pints, pinta
Cider and White Wine Vlnegtr, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Bio Coffee, of good quill ty, at Sic
Jost received and for sale by
CO-OPEBAllVE GROCERY STO?E,
Southwest corns r Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._ May M
AT "CAM PS EN MILLS."
THE ABOVE MILLS ABE NOW IN FULL OPE?
RATION, and prepared to supply the trade
with choice NEW FA di LY FLOUB, ground of the
best Carolina end Georgia Wheat.
July 9 fmw6 JNO. CAMPSEN A 00^
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 10,00 0
Bushel* CHOICE WHEAT.
July 5 mwf6 JOHN CAMPSEN A 00.
JCST RECEIVED AND FOB BALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BABB, No. 181
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
bchenk's Pulmonlc Sjrua
Schenk 's Seaweed Tonio
t. herokf e Injection
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution i
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-. Ac. Atc.
Fleming's Worm Confections
W rght's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbosphits of Lim?
Van Deusen's Worm (on'ecttons
Hurley's Woi m Candy :
Bardottc's Worm Pagar Drops
Cephalic Pills .
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pilla
McLsne's Liver rill?
Lien'? Vegetable rills
Russell's Soothing Cordial for Children Teething
Badway's Beady Belief
Badway'a B. Pills
Rid way's Beady Besolvent.
Jane 21 mwf
latices in Sanfernptri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THU
UNITED STATE?, FOB SOU l fl CAROLINA
MAY I ERM, 1869 -IN THE MATTER OF BK?
ABD B. CARPENTER. OF CHARLESTON, 8. a,
BANKRUPT-PEI TUON FOB FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordertd, That a
hear, n g be had on the THTBTEENTH D.Y or JULY,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, a C. ; and
th .t all Creditors, Ac, ot seid Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show cause, if any they can,
why the prater of the petitioner should not bs
granted. And that the second and third meetings of
creditors of said Bun*nipt will b* held at the office
of J. C. CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar of Second
Congressional District, S. C.. on ELEVENTH PAT
or -loxr, 1869 at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the lat day of Joly,
1809. DANIEL HORLBECK.
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for
South Carolina. fthwd July 3
Li . KILLEY,
TROT, NEW YORK.
9 r OVES, BANGES, BEATE BS, HOLLOW
'*PHLLANTHBOP13T," "CHIEF COOK,"
"CHABTEB OAK" AND "aVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AND FOB SALE BI
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FS1
capacity, durability, conveniences and the generaS
purpose? to which Cooking Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST Is extra heavy plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be mad- into a six boiler hole
?tove; has catt iron W?ter Tank galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN ls of a neat design, and has a fine large
Oven. This Stove eau be had with the extension |
oa.-k, six boles, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply io
D. L. F?LLE BTON,
January 3*_amo*_August?. Qa
JAMES K50X.JOH? Olli
J? V O X ?& GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE.
CONSIGN MF.N'IS OK CO1T0N, RICK, &c. RE?
SPECTFULLY solicited, on i liberaCailvanecs made
thereon. Orders tor CORN and BACON promptly
executed with care and attention. 3mos M af-ll?