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BtoUoe*. aft eecta a Une. af arriase and Funeral No -
fla??. Oas OoTU eaoii.
?Err if s r,?4aa i..
-In Ne?- Y. rk on Saturday gold closed at
'-Cotton ta Now York was dall and unchang?
ed; ?ales 850 boles, at 8il*34|.
-Tbo-lii vero *>1 eotton m trket was quiet, wi th
uplandsat 12jd; salee 8000 bale?.
_Tito Kew York Tribuno bas received special
informa OP fwrn'Havana, asserting that the
new Captain-Goaor.it, Caballero de Bodas, baa
heeri lrmtrncted to off jr the Cubans the powers
a of self government; and, furthermore, that the
provisional leaders of Spain, and especially
General Prim, ha ve beeo or are in favor of ser?
ing the toland to the United ti tate*. ?
-Chinese labor meetings are being, hold tn
almost ev ry city and town in the Southwest.
-Mrs. General Gaines' final j ndgiaent bis
been, rendered, and is to be executed in De?
- Tba length of the Pacific Railroad is snob
that a oenrtship recently begun i o Ohio was
COTSUmrhited in a marriage bofo re the two
travellers reached the end of their route,
r-Tbew? ^ Sutton hfew ?ork, who |
waa married at twelve-years of age, who is the
motlier of ?hateen children, 'weighs two hun?
dred and ten pounds, and to "fair, tat and
-It in said that cotton can bo raised in
Texas of ?oe quality and brought io market
earlier'tb an in any other part of the Uoited
States. Tbe first new cotton raised there was
brought to Brownsville on tho lita nit..
. -Thurmlay was the closing day of the great
Sengerfest at Baltimore, which has shown in
a .Oiisapifjaons manner the remarkable power
of theGre^mans fa trotting tip popular amuse
ments, uiiaooompaniod by^dangars and dis?
-Cabs bara appeared in New York lettered
"Erle hU?way Passenger Cab." Tbey are dgbt [
and elegant, ' each draw a by one bone, the
body being lo v, with driver's seat raised in
front, and nirry.ng ,foar pisjengers on seats
rlaning ?ogth wise. I
. -It is,?tated, with apparent authority, that
toe Conservatives of Virginia have concluded
t$ fidel the H?n. Gilbert "C. WaQcar, Gprar
aar elect of that State, for the long term in
the ?nlt?'?kabss Senate. Lieateoaot-Gover
nor Le m%; a' na ode ra te Guion mau, a.id a Vir- I
glltoW,jtonafld ?necead Wafter in the event of j
th^jait?r'fi election as senator.
-How our DamooraUc (?) President regards I
the people is shown fro ai the fact that -tho
beautiful and spacious grounds around the |
Executive Mansion, . which heretofore have
been open i o t he public, are to be considered |
private hereafter, and. no one outside of the
President's household ?Jil ba allowed to tres?
pass. She mall south of the executive grounds
ia also closed to tba3 public, and to.aaed ?s a
pasture for the President's horses. ""ThiB is
upon good "Radical authority, the Hew York
-IJ. * understood that 1 wei ve eminent New J
York capsrsttars fci?r? undertaken to-complete i
WVm6rk>begun by the State or- Virginia be- j
fc^'^'war.of pudding a railroa? from Rich-1
asm* and Washtogton to til? Ohio Bi vor. A |
party of engineers and railroad men have just
passed over the route,.and say that it is. a
favorable one, Ure distance between common
points at the West and the aeaboard being
less, and the. gradea twenty-five per cent.-less
than any of the olh,ar trunk Hoes. Two mil?
lions of money bas already been raised for the
-The Town'of Helena, in Montana, waa
nearly destroyed by fire two months ago. To?
day there is uaroely a trace of tho fire in the
principal busing streets. One hundred and
twenty-four new buildings, worth not lees than
1900 OOO many of them substantial brick and j
stone building?, have risen as if by magic from
the ashes of the town. Thia may be called
quick dispatch, indeed, especially wheo it is
stated that nearly all the stone used in " build
ing had to be quarried, the bricks burned and
trw tomber sawed th the time named, as well
ss the houses built. ?
.' -The government authorities are said to be
determined not to permit the working of the
French cable until some provision for reci?
procity, is conceded by the Frenohgovernment.
Secretary Fish said a few days ago that the
American end of the cable must either be
buoyed until the assembling of Con?ress, or
landed upon Miguelon Island, uniese the com?
pany would agre* to favor remproeity and
abade by such legislation as Congress may
see proper to enact. A St. Pierre dispatch
states (mat the cable was out and buoyed
Tuesday afternoon at about twenty miles from
shore, and at a point about five miles from
the bnov or the .shore end.
-ian PraacLsco dispatches aunonnc3 the ar
riusl of another cargo of Chinese emigrants.
Meanwhile it ia stated that arrangement? are
on foot for bringing some of the strangers to
Near York on intelligence office account. Th -
queetion ie asked : "Why should families be
ccmpelred to pay from 112 to Iii per month for
help, and be dictated to by tbat 'help,' when
they can get a Ch i uaw man to do the work
.quite as well, and ma ;h m re civilly for one
third the cost? Anyhow, the problem is soon
to enter apon a practical solution, with the
chane s that the speculation will Drove a re?
munerativo one for those who bave advanced
the requisite capital. Tbe first installment of |
-these Asiatic biddies J)ay bo- looked for, via
Pacific Railroad, by the 15th of September."
. -Several cotton failures are announced in
the latest English journals. In Preston, Messr?.
Qeorg? Smith & Son, Moor Brook Mills, have
been compelled to suspend payment, and
Messrs. Stead, Tavlor & Stead, of Liverpool,
were preparing the necessary balance eheet
and statements. Messrs. Smith <fc SOD ran
thirteen thousand spindles and about four hun.
dred and fi ft v looms, and employed upwards of I
two hundred work-people. The failures have
also been announced of Messrs. R & W. Jack?
son, patton spinners and manufacturers of ]
Li noa't* ' and Pres ron, who nu thirty-five
ihoosan s indies and oine hundred looms,
and- employed three hundred operatives, and
of Slr. Bourne, of Brindle, near Preston, who
no- thtr. v-four thousand spindles and five hun?
dred loom*, end employed about the same
uurnper of bands. Tho oo'ton trade in Pres
too- and the vicinity-indeed, throughout Lan.
easni.e- is mam?se wretched condition, an
there are rumora of other mie fortunes impenc
ng." # ,../.,' . .: . ' . .- '. y. ?
-The -^annice Fitj^ajstein of flats 1
dwelling houses in tointroduc? in Ne
York. A madel establishment of the kind o
Eighteenth-street will be cotaDleted by J ai
uary nex t at a coal of about $150.OOO. Its faeigl
will be Ave stories, including attic and baBi
ment. The outrance hall will be handsome
paneOed wira T?ss^ thewho
exterior rich and elegant. The suites of roon
of each flo ir. except those in the upper s tor,
will vary only as to height,and will contain
parlor and chamber facing the street, and bac
of them two more chambers, toge thor with
servarrst' bed room and a (Jimna room. Add?
to the conveniences of water closets bat
room, storage closet, Ac-, there will be an eli
va tor for hoisting coal and stores from beloi
Abiihdant light and ventilation will be st
oared. The cents will probably range troi
$100 to $15 a month. There are already raoi
applicant than can ba accommodated.
-A Washington telegram to the New Yoi
Herald says: "There is iomc talk of enforcin
the collection of tbe direot land tax in the 8outl
Tbe Southern States' share of this tax-whic
amounted ta twenty millions among all ll
states-was six millions; of this sum on
about three millions bas been paid into tl
Treasury from the Southern States. It will I
remembered that when this amount had be?
collected President John son sent a message t
Congress Betting forth that in view ot tt
poverty produced in the South by the war
wonld in many instances be rainons to tht
section to enforce the collection of the tax i
i hat time, and recommending that it be sui
pended for some tune, so aa to allow the u
dustrial interests of the South to recuperate
lt is stated that the limit of tho suspenso
fixed by Congress has now passed, and tbe Ia
pro vi ling* for the levying and collection of lb
tax comes fbbo foti force a^ain. It is argue
by those who urge this proceeding that the in
dus ?nous of the South have greatly improve
in the interim, that the crops are arndani
and that therese DO longer any excuse for dc
layon the score of poverty. Whether the Seo
rotary of the Treasury will soi apeo the ad vic
tendered him in this matter remains to b
ae?a+Z, ~ . ... . ?* ' '
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MONDAY HORNING, JULY 19, 1869.
Giving ?w?7 Uid,
Itt a leading article in the Philadelphii
North American we find the folio wing para
"THC CHARLESTON DAILY Nrws urges tai
planters and laud o wu ?re of 8oath Carolina U
give every immigrant family a farm, in ?.rd?
Ito render the rest of their lands valuable b;
tona attracting foreign immigration, fiat le
as ask TUB NEWS why -il reetrtota its polioy t<
foreign immigration, when the native wbitet
of South Carol na are so largely in need of th?
very land; it is now proposed to give away t<
Europeans? From the poor whites of th?
planting; States have come statesmen wb<
have tl lied the highest positions in the Bepnb
lie;.and surety a class capable of producing
euch men moat possess Innate worth super loi
to that'of the now inmigrants from Europe.
These Southern poor whites constituted the
rank and ?lo of tho rebel armies io ibe late
war, and better soldiers ne jd not be asked
than they were.
"As to gin ag away land, it ts not often pro?
ductive of the good expected. The better
plan is te sell it on1 easy terms.' Mea value
what they pay for more than what is merely
given them freely'without cost. In the case
of the poor whites of the South, most of them
are degrade only because they'.haye no
chance to better their condition. It planters
were to contract with tbe poor whites near
them to give each a piece of land, however
small, to fe paid for ia plan ta tien labor, the
result would astonish some ol them. They
would awaken and stimulate the energies ot
the poor 's and-hi llera,* whom they have so
long taken pains to pauperize.
"Bat the sparseness of population in the
Booth has been encouraged by the planters
themselves, and is their own -peculiar work.
For a, long time prior to the war they did not
want small farmers anywhere near them, and
tho annoyances to which that class were sub?
jected were so groat that few could stand
them. If the planters have now discovered
thair error, and concluded to put a atop to
these annoyances, the best thing they can do
is to offer to sell small tracts of land to any
one who wishes to bay, block or white, giving
a strict business toro to the matter by selling
tb those who* caa pay most, since, of coarse,
that will be best both for the buyer and seller.
If the planter i generally take to giving away
lands, what would be the ase for any small
tanner to buy, since be never could sell again
so long as this giving away process lasted."
We reply that the "native waites" of Sooth
Carolina who desire to become land owners
bave no difficulty ia their way. The price
af lead is low, and rents are. at a moderate
ligure; and there is no reason why a
ispable and industrious whits maa may
not rent a small farm one year, aud buy ir,
part cash aad part credit, the following
fear. It is not desired to prevent any man.
white or odored, from beooming a land
owner. Oa the contrary, every proper and
reasonable assistance in that direction is
always given to him.
The Nm h Amerioan is not corre ot ly
informed in regard to the reason of the
sparseness of population in the Sooth.
Thia was not oaosed by the action of
the planters, bot was a natural result
of slavery-with whioh free white labor
maid not successfully oompete. The
small farmers have not been discouraged
in South Carolina, bot it is well known tba?
the small farm system is cot believed to be
adapted to the low country, where a large
expenditure of money is oeoessary for pro
duoing rios and sea island cotton. The
sparseness of the white population in this
State, and the limited number of small
farmers on the seacoast, were the effects of
the causes which we have indicated, and
were not brought about by any liking or dis
liking on the part of the slaveholders. Nor
is there ia this State what the North Ame
rican calls the class of "poor whites"
There are what are known as the " sand
'.billers," a poor aod degraded class of
whites, bat they are found only here and
there, and are so few in number that,
with or without Un J, they would have but
little influence upon the prosperity of the
State We repeat, then, that every tub in
South Carolina stands oa its o wa bottom,
and that no man is too poor to beoome an
owner of land, because, at the ruling prices,
one year of labor would pay the first instal?
ment of i he purchase money of a farm.
The reason of advising that land be
given to the foreign immigrant and told lo
the actual resident, is very p'ain. Evry
State of the West is bidding high for im
migrants. Toe different agents offer favor
abie terms for the sale of lands, and ase
every persuasive net to convince Ute for?
eigner that for him the West is certain for?
ton* and the S ?Mk is certain ruin. If we
offer te the immigrant only as au eb as the
West offers-that is, long oredit aid low
price? for land-we oannot turn the tide of
immigration te eur shores. We must do
more than the West can do, and this by
giving: away land within, easy reach ?fa
market while the West teilt land a hundred
miles perhaps from a railroad or navigable
stream. Population is our supreme neces?
sity, and we propose to obtain it ia the
only way that it can be obtained-by giving
away a part of pur surplus land.
We are glad to see that the North Ame
rican agrees with us that it is wise to sell
lands at a'low prioe to the people whom we
have already with us. This is our policy
and the policy of our people. Our contem?
porary will not deny, however, that if every
white man and every colored man in South
Carolina had a small farm of his own, we
should still have far less than the popula?
tion we can accommodate and do require.
This forces us to offer the premium of free
farms to the European immigrant, and we
sincerely hope that this view will sooner
or later be adopted by our people. No
man likes to give away land. That is cer?
tain. Every man has not foresight enough
to sacrifice a present value for the sake of a
future profit But time works wonders;
and we.trust that before long we shall have
in this State a regaler association for intro?
ducing white immigrants, who, upon pro?
per conditions, will be given sufficient land
to support themselves and their families.
AU that we want is to gfve them a start.
When they need more land for themselves
or for their children, they oaa well afford
to buy it
The long continued drought in the mid?
dle and upper sections of the State is caus?
ing deep anxiety to the farmers, and all
oar advices agree in .reporting that .the
corn crop will be largely reduced In both
quantity and quality. We are informed
that along the line. of ' railroad between
Ringville and Wilmington, N. C , a distance
of on? hundred and seventy miles, there is
not s* anre of corn which ia not seriously
injured But th ?wea th er which is unfa?
vorable, io oona will improve they ?ai try of
upland cotton, and will give us an early
crop, if not so large in quantity ** was
one time expected. In the low country the
rice is suffering for want of rain. . The
small streams are so salty that the fields
cannot be flooded, but. long continued
showers will enable the planters to make
an average orop. From the sea islands
the cotton reports are. highly, favorable
and there is every reason to expect a better
crop of long ootton than we have had for
many years. The oaterpillar now oan do
no harm. Our great foe is powerless.
Farmers and planters often look at the
blue side, but making all proper allow?
ances for low spirits and popular exagge?
ration, it may be said that the drought has
already done mach harm, and will, if it
lasts mnoh longer, largely curtail the fair
proportions of the oorn and upland option
; crops of the State.
We are pleased to inform our corres*
pondent, Cato, that we have good authority
for saying that there will be a line of steam?
ships this fall between Charleston and
Liverpool. A more lively interest should
be taken in the line. Oar people want di?
rect trade. But HOW OTOH do they want it?
T^y ASHING TOW COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL R. E. LEE,
AIDED BX A FULL CORPS or Pnorsasoas.
THE NEXr SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 16TH,
1S69, and Hoses Jute ?5 tb, 1870.
In addition to th j revelar Collegiate Course, the
Pro essional fchools of Law and Clvd and kilning
Engineering, are In roll operation.
Necessary expense*, from 1300 to 1376.
Eor catalogue, address J M. LEECH
July 19 Imo_Clera of Faculty.
SCHOOL NO ' IC K.-THE KXBKCI9KS
of Mrs J. WAKING AXION'S .SCHOOL will
be resumed on WEDNESDAY, 21st, at No. 17 MEEX
ING-S1 BE KT. 3? Joly 17
PHI VAT K BOA.KDING, Na. f?0 EV ST
NINTH-STREET, NEW ?OBK.-Sirs. H M.
SADLBR. late of Florida, bi? opened a houae at the
above number. Parties vatting the city from tho
t-outh will find it: in every respect a flrst-clasi
private boarding ho nae, and no pains w.ll be spared
tor tba comfort of her guests. mwfS July 19
ftut nub Jouno.
SrouKN, mun MRS. LEVICY NMOKE,
ba Colteton County, two mites from Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th Anril hat, ber only MARE.
1 he alare is black, and ra tb or low for her length,
but well bunt; her body long; both tore feet and
one hind foot are white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. a Th? Mare waa followed flfoen miles above
Walterboro' in the direction of Barnwell, a white
man was riding her. Mrs. smoke could not have
the thief lollowed for want of means, and her little
crop must be los*, without helo. Any information
relative to the Mare will be thankfully recelvod. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro*. Coileton Coun?
ty. May 21
?mn ??oo&s, (Cir.
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It K L, A U I E S
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE, OUR
m my years' experience in tbe manufacture ol
uit.NAM M'AL U*.IK WO "E. enable us io offer
to our customers the flneat assortum-it or every ar?
ticle required In our line, trom the small FRIZZES
to the fuil Wi -, cmbra><ia? Hrai.Is or -wifiies. Coils,
Waterfalls, Cushions, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
TORTOI E-SHELL DRESSING. TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY COMBS, and COMOS of every other clasa.
To the (Gentlemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHIS
KEBS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, kc.
To Our Customers Generally.
IHEFINEsr FRENCH AND LNGLChH PEBFU
MtKY, nOAPn, POM AD KS, HAIR OILS. HAIR Rfc
S'ORATIVE-, COSMtTIO', <cc, from tho most re?
spectable houses in each cou 'try.
On- OEM AN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, lurtoi>bell, Buffil > and other Dressing
Combs, wc challenge rivalry.
Particular ai ten .iou ia paid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Wort aa BRKAST HNS, EAR RINGS,
FINGER KINGS. CHAUMS, &c.
All "tilers by man win beso ruled (hat tbe reputa?
ron of the house tor t e past thirty-five year? shall
not suffer in OT hands. Always on band a Qi e as?
sortment ol Trench Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and tbe trade.
?1. di A. AMITO.T, *
% No. 21J KING-S1REET.
January 5 ?ul m CHARLESTON, S. C.
WANTED, A STEADY' AN D ACTIVE
VODN , WOMAN, ? do house work and ss
ant with children. Mona need apply unless wei'-te
commended and willing to sleep on the pren lses.
Applv at the NOB 1'H WtST CO BUBB O?1KI* G AND
MOBS ie- "TBBBTS. 1_July 19
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A BLE?
BODIED b AM w, to cut rtmb*r, for which
liberal wages will be Riven. Also? a TWO HOB-sE
WAQON for hauliag wood. ! Apply at co-GPtit y
IUI! HI OBE, southwest corner Meeting and Msr
ket street , ,9_July 19
WANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK ANO
Wash for a small eamily. Good recommen?
dations required. Applv at No. 39 CHUBcia
8TB EB 1'. - 1_July 19
faJWt-SE WABTKD.-WA1TFD, A MID
J/l I DLE-AGED WHITS WOMAN to take charge
of a Nursery. Inqalre at Bo. 209 MEEUNO-S?".
July 19,_- ._-*
WANT*: D, TWO OK THREE ROOMS,
with use of kitchen, in the lower pait ot ta
cfty. Address EEY BOX 79._Jo? 19
WANTED TO HI KR, A GOOD COOK.
Also, a qualified LAUNDBESrJ, Apply at No?
ls WEN TWO BT H- 8TB I1 Bf, south side, near Bast
WANTED TOPUHCHASB FOR CASH,
a cooa ?BOUND BAND PIANO, btate price
and maker. Address W., NEWs OFFICE
WANTED. PART OP A RESIDENCE
on the Battery-aay fonr or five roo i s-foi a,
sm >U family. Apply, by note, to O. D. E., at this
office._ July 9
WANTtCD, A SMALL HOUSE, OF I IIB EE
or lour room*, with kitchen, in the central
part of the city. Bent not to exceed $20 per mouth.
Address "M.." at this Office._Jane 17 ?
WANTED, BV A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in ?orno Cctton Hill -outta or South?
west; la acquainted with all branches, hsvlng work
ed la taara su, but should e lect WK-.VUG as a
choice, lames wishing to engage sur-h a person
.UT please address a note, sunns; terms, to JOHN J.
KELLT, No. m tttte-atroet, Boston. May 9A
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB.
SCB1BB to the CIBCULATTNG LLBBAB?.
OH ABLES 0. BIG HT EB'S Select Library of New
Books contains an of the latest publications.
April 21 _No. 161 KING-8TBEET.
WANT ED-AG ?C NTS - TO SELL THE
AMEBICAN KNItUNG MACHINE. Price
125. The simplest, cheapest and best KnittiDg Ma?
chine errer invented. WUT knit 20,000 stitches ptr
minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston. Mass., or at. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PUNTING of all kinds., plain and
ornamental, la . executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New' York prices, at t BX
M wa Job Office, No. lid EAST BAY Call and ex?
amine the seals of pricer before giving your orders
elsewhere, ' _
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WANTED) HUB-MRAUK lt S FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, st publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 _No. [IW Kmi-etreet.
WANTED. AGEST?* FOE THE AMERI?
CAN FARMKB8' HOB8E BOOK, In both Eng?
lish and Qermsn, by Robert ft ewart, V. H., of Miss.
The work corers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
bo'h in si canes* and haalth. It hat won its way to
popular favor, and la to-day tbs most. popular and
best selling Horse Book out. Address 0. F. VEN i,
Publisher. Cmdnnaa, 0. Brno? March 19
WANTEO-A GE ?ITS-$75 TO g??oO PER
? month, everywhere, male and female, to In?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY 8"-WING MACHINE. Shis ma
chine wilt stitch, hem, ft il, tuck, quilt, cor.i, bind,
braid and embroider in a moat superior manner
Pi Ice only $18. Fully warranted for five years. We
wal pay $1000 tor any machine that will sew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than
ours. It makes toe 'Elastic Lock Stitch" Every
second ? ti tc h can be cut. and still the cloth cannot
Oe pulled apart without tearing lt. We pay agents
from $78 to ?200 per m m th and expenses, or a com?
mission from whieb twice, that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; SF.
LOCH. MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUTION.-Do not be imposed upon by other
parties pahning oft* worthies cast-iron machines,
under the same name or otherwise. Ours ls the
only ffenulne and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav A
rHENT, THE THEKE UPPER
STORIES of the ADO IR BUILDING, each
floor forming a floe hall, being 93 feet deon and 54
feet wide with ? bold entrance on King-street; will
be flited up to suit any parp?se for which they may
bedoBlred. Apply io J. L. M >8ES, Collector and
Beal Estate Agent, No. 34 Broad-street,
July 14_ w!m13
TO RENT. ON SULLIVAN'* ISLAND,
a <"Oi:i*QE-BUILT HOU-.E. wtth a portion of
Furniture, situated on Middle-street, witlda five
minutes' walk of the steamboat landing; fina cis?
tern, pump and everything complete, Applv to W.
HUNT, No. 41 Market-street 2* July 17
mo RENT, THE HOUSE No. IO VE lt?
JL NON-!? i Rt ET, with six rooms, double pi zs i,
and ms throughout. To a good ten .nt tu- rent will
be low. Inquire at Ko. 36 AMHEHST-STBEEf.
TO HEIT, THE PLEASANTLY MTU
. AT ED TWO AND A HALF STORY REST..
DrNCE, Mo. 6Gadaden-atreet, oppoMte Wentworth.
Apply St CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
EBAL? K STATE AGENTS, AM* Ol HERS
having houses to rent, can have their Placards,
fcc., printed at the lowest rates and In the newest
and neatest styles or type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
HOE, No. 149 Esst Bay
R SALE AT AIKEN, S. C., THE
FINEST PBFVATE EsTiBLHHMENT in the
town, admirable adtptnd for a first class Private
Boardin-? House, very near the Kutroaa Depot on
the premises there are about twe ny tour roon a, in
eluding cortases, which conld be u-ed for boarders.
Grounds elegantly laid out and the entire premises
in thorough order and r-pair and newly punted;
well and cistern. Lot 300 by 300 teet.
Thts House could be kept filled with boarders all
the year roun?.
With the bouse may be purchased some handsome
Furniture. Possession given immediately.
To person? disposed to open a lanre Private
Boarding Honan at Aiken, no such opnortunlly has
yet oeen afforded. Competition need not be (oared
ss a dczen such bouses could not a.-comm idato the
large number ot persona applying for boa'd.
Ter a-$12 0 0 cash. Purchaser to pay for papers
and for stamps.
Apply (enclosing postage stomp) to PRFDERICK
A. FORD, Attorney at Law, Jeiiklns-atreet. Aiksu,
8. 0._mthl_July '9
AUCTION KERB, BROKERS, ?ND
others wishing ft or Rale" f lacards, Business
Cards, or other JOD Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing their ordere at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. No.
149 Ea?! Bay._
R SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. ITice 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the office of TH E N ti; WS. March 1
Q II A R L E S T O N HOTEL.,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLA-SS HOTEL, ri UTA TED IS A
pleasant location, sod In the bu-uness portion of the
cit , reud-ra it tbe most iieslrable Hotel for either
permanent or transientguesis. . he accommodations
areunsorpasied. havl m ex'ensive suites ?t elegant y
lu.Li-ned ap^rtmeuts io. f mi.les a d single centic
m?n Tbe proprietor will endeavor io rr ntilain the
hi-'h reput ilion e Joyed bv tbe " harlcs-oii" a-i a
fliKtclats hons-, ano n > effort ?ill be scared to ?le
serve a continua ce of the iiboral patronado hereto?
fore b"?towe] upon it
I he boni of Live y accommodations will be i JUD d
adjoluing the establishmeDi
ihe hoase i supplied with tho celebrated ??rte
s ian Wa:er of winch dei.hiful bahscai.be bid
either day or ni<ht. r, H. J>' K O?,
July 1J Pr -prifiior
g T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COUMOi IOU3 SOUSE, LOt'Al
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
possesses a 1 vantages over all other houses for the ac
coumodatioo oi Its cuesta. It was built expressly
for a flrrt-chas family boarding house-tue room?
beine large and eu suite, heated by steam-with bol
ano cold w ter. and iuridahed second to none; wm li?
the culinary department is io the most experienced
bauds, all- rdiug guests sn unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent ne valors ts aiso among
tbe '?modern improvements" ana at the service ot
gnests at all hours.
The liroadway and University Plac? Cars pass tbe
door ererv lour minutes, rut nra. from the <1IJ
Hail to Ceotr.il Pa k, while the -nth au i evenir.
Avenue 'icen ar? nut a short block -n eituet side,
sflordtng ample facilities for communicating sith an
'be depoiR, steamboat IsnJinjrs, ulacesof ax-use
ment and business of the gre.tl-metmpoli?>.
MOUE <a HOLLEY. Proprietors.
Varch 12 SILOS
REMOVAL.-s ri? Al.-ss & VANCE
ha>c rem.ive i to tho s.ore No. I4'J MEET- NG
SlKEKT oppo to lh<; Ch-irlei-to.i Hotel, formerly
occupied by >li s?rs. Irwins, Thaye k Co. where
t->ey are orTem?.;* lorre and comp eto aisortineiit ol
DRY aal FANCY GOODS. Inn july 5
8T. A* DH KW S LODGE, ?Yo. 10, A. W. Bf.
mU REO UL ?i B COMMUNICATION" 0? TfiQC
I ABOVE LODGE will be bold isis Pvarnco, ti
t lsht o'clock, it the Masonic Ball, where candidates
for Degrees andtbe m cm be . s are reqnusted to .at?
Bv order of the W M. ED. JEANNEBSTT,
. Joly 19_ Rpcrelarjc
- PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1.
THE R-O?LAR MEOT1HG-OF THI . CAMP WILL
be held THIS Fvnrnao. at Elgbt o'clock, st
Odd Fellow's Hall, corner King and Liberty atreets.
By order C, P. ROBERT C. ol ARR,
July 19_mhl.18 apg.19 my3 17 j"7,2' Jy4,18
JIKiUASICV LM UV, No. 1, ATT KATION.
-yOU ABE H F RF BY SUMMONED IO 41 TEND
I,., an Extra Meeting of ? our organization THIS
(Mondivi FVXKINO, at Eight o'clock precim?lr.
i y order. WM. W HART,
. July 19 _Secretary.
PH CE? IX FIRE EN t? i NE COMfilY.
ATTEND A REOULAB MONTHLY ME RT INO OF
your ' om pany, at halt-past t ight o'clock,
By order, WALTER WILLI M AN,
DEUTSCHE JABGEti U*TMtS 1 UKT
ZUNGS GEHI-LLSOHAFr. .
DIE YIBBTEr JAEHRLICH8 VEB^AMLUNG
dieser Gesellschaft wird H?ute abend den 19ten
joli im Locale des term Ev se bach, st. Phfiip
Htrasae statt finden. Die Mitglieder ?ind ersucht
pnenklbjch ra ersc?elnen. HEN BY Yu UNO,
Joly 19 Secretan:.
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Esta* Baw,
Executes all kinds or PLAIN and
FANCY PAIN CINQ with neatness and
The beat work gnaranteed at less than
New York prices.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
JOB WORK, %
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS, POLICIES
CABOS, CIRCULAR-, NOTE3
BILL-HEADS, POSTtHS, RECETPI3
TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, Ac, kc.
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest notice, and
obeap for cash, at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And all those who hare JOB P.( IN TING
to do, will find lt to their interest to oall at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 140 East Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPEBS and MATERIAL kept on hand,
from wh'ch se'ect'ons may be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their arden to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving tbe same
attention and being filled as promptly
and as aheaply aa if riven personally.
Our Job Department la in cbarge of
Mr. J 48. T?. PA ERY. a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, ?bo will affoid
every facility possible in thc execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OW AKD DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. tra Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION UTVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE ot all kinds ot ?wmeil -NI'IKE Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Ca. a ind Trunks, a cd Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds ol Staple Articles and
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns rrua-anteed.
Late or Charleston. & C.
mi-WeeXly Price Currents sent free by post.j
January 38 s*c Cmos
, Satires in fcnfenipt^.
In TBS Ol-TKICT CoCKT OF THE
UKI I ED *tA I Ito FOB MOUTH Ci BOLINA.
JUNE C'BM. 1869-IN TH". M ATTEB OF JL1L
MUI h HE AD, BANKRUPT.-POTITiON FOB FULL
?ND FIVAU DI-CHl RGE IN BANKRCPT'^Y
Ordered. That s hearing he bad on the TWBSTIXTH
DAT OF duaun, A, D-, 1869, at redera! Courthouee
in ob jie-ton, s. C.; and that all eiediton, ftc, of
?aid Bankrupt appear at tai* ilma ano plexje,and
show cause, tf an ?they can, why the P"'T0*T
petitioner should not be granted, tad .??OM
second and third meeting of Creditors of said panlr
rupt wi.l be held at the offloe of J C. CARPENTER,
Esq., KegtBirar of First and second Const ea rtonal
Di-ricts. . C., on theTWTtan NINTH DAT OP JOXT,
18?. 112 M. T_
By order of the court the 16th day of Ju v. 1869.
?a? -DANIEL HoRLBEOK,
Clerk of the District Court cf tbe V. 8.
July 19 m2 for 8onth jjrolloa.
TN THK DISTKICT CtltJMT "V TUB
UNITED STATE*. FOB HOUIH CAROLIN .
JULY TLBM- 1869-IN TBE MA I f B OF B. J.
MUIRHEAD, M. O.. OF CH A ?LETTON, BANK
KOP'-PBTIIION FOB FULL ?*D PIN'L DIS
CHAB3E IN BANK HUP TOY.-Ordered, That a hear
Ug be had on tbe TWX? nz J H nar or JULY, A. D.
1869. at I'eaoral Courthouse in Charleston. H. O.J
and th t all Creditors, ftc., of said Bankrupt appear
at ?aid ilma and place au? a ow cause, If any they
can, ?hy tbe prater of the petitioner should not be
granted. And that the second and third meetlrgof
Creditor-of sud Banknrot will be held ac the outee
of J. CARPEN i fe?, Esq. Registrar of First and
Second Con rewonai Dl>tricts -.Con the TWXNTI
MSTB DA> or JULY, I 863. at 12. M.
By order of the covrt, tbe 16 b day of Joly, 1869.
Clerk of tbe Di st nc t Court of the U. 3. for K 0.
July 19 m th4
POPI LAU HOOKS
61 NT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PRICES ANNEXED
BOB^E TAMING BY A NEW METHOD, 16C
INQUIRE WITB (N for Anything you Want to
Enow; or, Over 3700 Facts for the People, $1 60.
FBOM'S BOOK OF I A BLE A IX 30c
WILDON'S BOOK OF RECITAXIONS AND DIA?
FROSTS DIALOGUES FOB YOUNG FOLF8, 80c.
THE PARLOR ttTaGk. A Collection of Drawing
room Proverbs, Charades and tableaux Vivants.
BBUDDKB BUN ES' BOOK of Stump Speeches and
Burlesque O atlons, 80c.
FRO-? Pit OBTGI.MAL LETTES WRITTEB, 60c.
MABlTNr.'e HOD-BOOK of Etiquette and Guide
to Trna Politeness. 50c.
DAY'S AMERMAN READY-RECKONER, 60c.
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THE MODERN POCK FT H )YLE. Containing all
the Game? of .skill and Chance, 50c
THE PA BLOB M AGI >?AN SOC.
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BOOK OFFIRESIDEGAMES, 39c
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THE KNAPSACK FULL OF FUN; or, One Thous?
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1 HE PLATE OF CHOWDER. A Blah for Funny
HOW TO CUT AND CONTRIVE CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES AT A SMALL CCS C. 15c.
THE CHAIRMAN AND SPEAK EB'S GUIDE; or,
mies for the Orderly Conduct of Public Meetings,
BOOK OF ONE THOUSAND TALES AND AMUS?
ING ADVENTURES, containing over 300 Engrav
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THK COMICAL ADVENIUBES OF DAVID DUF
FIC K * 25c .
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i HE SOCIABLE; or. One Thousand and One
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Scott Mailed at ?45 cents K ar ht
WAVERLY, IVANHOE. KENILWORTH, GUY
Mannering, nriquary, Rob Roy. Old Mortality. The
Black Dwarf ana a Legend of Montrose, Bride of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-Lothian, The Monas?
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ril of'be Peak, Qnen In Durward. St. Honan'* Well
Red Gauntlet, ihe Betrothed aod Highland Widow,
Tbe Talisman, Woodatock, Fair Maid of Perth, Anne
o? Geierstein, Count Robert of Paris, The surgeon's
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Jnly 12 nao Charleston, 8. C.
l SS EL L'S BOOK STOKE.
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4 octavo, $3.
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inga and a photographic reproduction of the
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W ATE IDE POSTES, original Poems of country life,
edited by Robert Buch man, with forty-seven
illustrations. 4io $10
THE Bum, by Michelet tll-strated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings bv GiacomeUl, $6.
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irom aliases by Philip.-chaff, D. D, ave, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
COWPER'- ABLE TALK, and otber Poems, beauti
tully illustrated by the moat eminent EngUsh
A'riots, 1 voinn-e. 4to, $3.
TORT WITHOUT AH END, ti om the German ot Ca
rove, largo ito. .-with tl Ree u beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water color*, $7 51.
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MARMION, bv Walter scott, with fifteen photographic
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Tte above are all in elegant bindings.
J T. HDllPhHKVS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS
SALES OF BEAL ESTAIE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE
CUBITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 1)7 B RU A 1?-S T R BB T
CHARLESTON, 8. O,
Hon. HEN-?l BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.
General JAMES CONNER, T. fi, WARING, Esq.
(?rarmrs tut ??w?mm.
~~BACON AND CANl?im
1 A HHD?. RIB BIDES *
tU IS bads. C. B Hides I w-4ta_
30 h he* fchouMer? f r*o?ce wmm
Mh??L. I Adamant ine CANDLES.
Jost Received,-* nd tor Ml? by
July 17 a ?ENBYOOBIAA0O.
. " . JO\Y PliOIIii, 1_
A T "CAMP8EN MILLS." .
THE ABOVE MILLS ABE NOW IS FULL OPE?
RATION, and prepared to ?apply the trade
with choice KEW FA 4ILY FLOPS ground of MM
beat Carolina and Georgia Wheat
Joly 9 fmwfj JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.
FB?SH Mitt tiS.
JUBTBECETVRD AND FOB SAXA WHOLESALE
AND BBTAlL BX BS. H. BABB, No. Ul
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup ..
Schenk.'? PuJmonic Syrup
.. Schenk's Seaweed Tonic
Cherokee Hem ody
bpearn' Fruit Preserving Polution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-, ftc.. Arc
Fleming'? Worm Oontections
Wnght'a Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's syrup Hypophosnhitr of Lima
Van Deneen's Worm ?ntertlona
Hurley's Wo m Candy
Bardotte'- Worm cugar Drops
Schallenberger'B Fever and Ague Pdla
Mc Lane's Liver rlU*
LlDn's Vegetable Pills
Bus sell's Soothing Cord I il tor Children Teething
Jayne's . Iterative "r
Jayne's Expectorant .
jayne's sac-afire Pills
Badwsy's Beady Belief
Baa way's B. POS
Bsdway's Beady Besolvent.
FOB SALE, WHOLES ?LE AND BET AL, BY
Dr. B. BASH,
Janeas _No. isl ateeung-stroet
WHEAT! WHEAT !
WANTED TO prjKCHs.SE, 10,00 0
Bushels CHOICE WHEAT.
July 5 atH JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
TNAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AOBEEA
Jil BLE, mostdeit?ou? and hMlthy food, ns ad
for PndOtngS, Jellies, Blane Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soaps, Ac, pat op lal ra. pack?
ages, With directions for ase.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for flea, Puddings, Cakes,
Ax., put ap in half th. packages, with directions.
SwMt Oil, French and American in half pints, pinta
Cider and White Wine Vlnegir, warranted paro .
Fresh Boasted Kio Coffee, of good quality, at Soo.
Jost received and for sale by .
CO OPEE A1 TVE GBOCEBY STORE,
Southwest cornir Meeting sad Market streets. -
Goode delivered tree. - May 08
Wines, ftqo0tsf (Etc.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?'
NOONCE that tbey have been appointe 1 by Meura.
HENEY ft. HANNIS k CO.. of Pb ll id el phis, their
sole Agents for the State of Sooth <"*arortna ft>r the
sale ot their celebrated ACME. X. XX, XXX, XXIX,
NEC!AB. CABINET ?nd ober brands OLD BYE
They Stan wish to announce Oast they will bete
constant ...eelpt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PUBE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at HannlsnUe, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracta will be made for large lota of
new Whiskies ia bond at DUtUIerv Warehouse.
OLAOlUn k WITTE,
NO. 83 East Bay street,
June 16 wtmSmos charleston, 8.0.
TTE NTION I DHV GOODS BUYERS,
A UNE AND LABOE STOCK ?F
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVIOUS TO TAKING STOCK,
reduce many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
which should not be lost sight of by mose in need of
articles in our line.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
SOUTHWEST COBNEB KINO k CALHOUN 8T8.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Tranks,
FOR SALE LOW. ^
May 3 Smoa
^ li. KILLEY,
TROT, NEW TORE,
HA h' CT A C ru Ii EB OF
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
"PHILANTHROPIST," ?CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CTVILIAN',
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AVD Toa DUI BX
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNBIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, convenience- and the general
purprse? to whick cook-na Stores are used. The
PH 11 ANTHBOPIST is extra hMV> pl ited, and hss
Ash Drawer; can be mad- into a six boiler hole
Jtove : bas cast iron W?ter Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Sure. Tte
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, sn ' bas afine large
Oven. This Stove can be had with the extension
oaek. six holes, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply co
D. L. FULLERTON,
January 34 tx os Augusta, Ga
LJTOLJIES Si MACBETH,
No. 36 Brsad?ilr?et,
Charleston, b. 0., *
BBOKEBS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
ti E.M KU AL CU.11 il I SS ION AGENTS,
vi ill stttend to Renting and J ILecting of Bents
and purchase and sale ot bioC's, Bonds, ?Told.
SUver and Heal Batate.
To the Purehase ol Goods and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reason ible terms.
GEOBOX L. HOLMZS.AiaxANoaa MACBBIH.
l^yiLLIS ?i CH1SULM,
FACTORS. COMMISSION MB RC HAN TS
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PUBUrJAKtt, SALE ANS
SHIPMENT ito Foreign ?nd Domestic Ports) ol*
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER a ND Na VAL bTOBML
ATLsNTIO WHARF, Charleston, S. a
K. WILLIS.s. h. CH1S0LM