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NEWS S T? M U A. R Y.
-Gold at N?i York dosed quiet at 851.
'-The New "I <r\ co'tco market was declin?
ing; a Jcs 220 b .toa at Mattie.
-At Eiver-juol cotton closed quiet; quota?
tions anchan^ 4.
-Tho s psi'sh Regency hil been recognized
by France and Prussia.
-Bu-aia ia arrayed against Borne, and for
b ?derssas, bishops to. attend tho Okmmeniea!
-The EnOw-Nothing party bas broken loose
among the Chinese. Foreigners generally are
denouacod and threatened in that heavenly
-A Metuo list clergy mau, named Mitchell,
residing in Madison Couuty, New York, forged
trrimw"* of a enanty bank prende?t (o a check
for $3000, casa erl it in New York city, waa ar?
ree ted, restored 14600 and escaped.
-It is elsi* ed that tb? Peruvian, of the Ca?
nadian lino, at : Quebec, has. jost made, the
quickest passage across the Atlantic on record,
hiving been flau day?, eight hoars and forty
dim?les fn going' frbtn land to rand.
-A large, and' handsome building has re
ooatiy ..beer! erected on Seventh-street, Rich
nzoaid, ndjorning the now Riobmond theatre,
for hotel purpose?, intended more especially
foe tho accommodation and entertainment of
colored people, " but whites will not be exclu
-The London newspapers contain corres?
ponden oe from Canton, staling that prepara?
tions are making there tor wholesale em i gra?
tion' io the United Si a tea on the part of the
nassua, who are. bat too eager to embrace any
o?pott^folty to get ?way from their mandarins
.and the entinado.
' -Two performers a Dan Castillo's cirons,
?tr Salt Lake, Uath, named Marti oho Lo wande
And Henry Steinart, were shot a few evenings
.ago, while on their way to their hotel after a
pet for manee, by some unknown person. It is
?Md that the shots.were intended for Martinho,
ha hawing in nome way injured or insulte d a
".number of Germana from the Baltimore
-flssBgerreet were at the Executive Mansion Fri?
day morning, and after going through the par?
lan and East Room, tnej assembled In the last j
named apartment and sang a farewell song, Q
which waa received with great applause by a
ntttober of persons who bad congregated ?
.ihare. I I
-?Mts? Evans killed Captain James M. Den- '
mon, in Cass County, Georgia, an Saturday 1
morning last, before day, by splitting open bia f
-skull with an axe while he was asleep. Miss (
Brana ha 1 formerly 1 i ved at Captain Den mon 'a (
house, and wat spending the nigbt there. She ?
aroa? in the night and. went from her room
into that ooonpied by Captain Deamon and bis
wife, and there committed the bloody deed. 1
The cause of the murder waa not known. j
-The proposition to import Chinese for the j
Southern plan talions has attracted not only the J
attention of K opm aoachaap, who keeps a Chi- 2
i intelligence office for ali the world at the Q
V? .centre, sjTCsdlforuians deem San Fran- |
bow we have it tb at General Hiram I
Walbridge and others? with $20 000,000 or less, j
.U in Bcrip, expressly manufactured for tb J
purpose, arr to build steam arpa to run by '
way of the Sat* Canal to India and China for
the purpose of importing coolies. t
. -?AWishington telegram to the New York a
Times says: "The business and commercial t
reporte from the South are of the most tn- ,
?ruregieg character. A gentleman who bas '
travailed over nearly all of the Southern States *
says that the people generally have not only .1
recovered from the effects of the war and tbe i
. 'general depression of a year ago, eau3ed by g
pol?tica! complications, but that they are now b
on a fair road to nohes, and that the entire t
section ot country will shortly be as flourishing
as it was before the war."
. -The elegant residence of Mr. Carroll, ja ear
Bidg.way, N. C., was burned on Saturday I
night last, having been set on fire hy a sar- ?
vant girl, who, while drawing oil in the baso- c
ment, carelessly h guted a lamp near the run?
ning oil, which quickly ignited, enveloping ?.
her in fl ira es. A visitor in the house, with f
praiseworthy presence of mind, seised a blan?
ket and wrapped around her, thus saving her
from imminent death. The house was not in- 11]
sored, and was s total loss. Here is another I v
sad calamity to waru those who use oil.
. - - -Niagara Falls is still slowly wearing away.
Considerable excitement was recently produc?
ed by the announcement that the Horse Shoe .>
-atibad oared rn. About, thirty or thlity Ave B
feet of rock bas. given away on the old Horse si
Shoe Fall, which gives the thoo a triangular [
shape on the side nearest Goat Island. It is I Q
Computed that S? me Beventy to one hundred
tons of rock must hare fallen in, from the deep
gorge it ..bas made. The fall of these rocks T
does not, we learn, in the least spoil the
beauty of the Horse Shoe Fall; if anything, it
adds to Its attractiveness. IQ,
-Tho reoe.it exploaion of nitro-glycerine at I p
Caernarvon. Wiles, was terrible in its effects. -
Three m m were blown to fragments, the cart
wheels burled more than a mile from the spot,
and houses withal a abort distance completely I a
wrecked. Tho whole talley at tbe foot of| b
Snowdon wai shaken, and tbe lakes were ?isl? !
bty affected. Portions of tbe rennins of the | tl
unfortunate men were found forty yards dis?
tant, a cari ?bael was discerned on a ledge of I D
rook ena bim ired and. Atty feet perpendicular
height above tan.roadway, and men at work in.
the quarries three hundred yards away were
-Massachusetts baa been considering the
eggqneetioa. A report eleven pages long was
recently made to the Legislature upon a bill
to regulate the sale of eggs by weight. Ia this
report th? minority, who favor the bill, dieeuss
tin eg? question/ ancient and modern, from
every nowt ot view; contrast the size of eggs
and honoettf, and declare that the female man- 11?
' agers of the poultry yard bave studied politi- N
cal econ niv urofonodly in order to reduce the
siz3 an I increase the number of their egge.
They treat, of the ecg trade between France
and England: of poultry houses and diseases.
, and or the t: eat me nt of setting hens. The
majority report is one page long, and objects
ir? flat'terms to tho bili.
-Finlay was a general holiday among tbe
? *- I ?
German ?uzen? OJ Ricamund, who turned oat
to do honor to the Richmond German Musical
Society and the New York Social Mannerchoir,
who arrired by the York River route from Bal?
limore, where they have been attending the
great 8?Qgerfeat. Oo the airival of the Rich?
mond and New York societies they were warm
ty welcomed-rad were eaeorted to their head?
quarter at Bauer's Monticello Hotel. In the
procession were the German Turners, the
Richmond Gesangverein,'th?TN?w XOttSOCMty
and another musical organization, besides
ocmmittees and invited guests in carriages,
and marshals mounted. Thc residences and
places of business of prominent Germans all
along the route were decorated with flags,
evergreens, flowers, Ac.
-The aquarium recently opened ht Berlin is
described as the meet magnificent in Europe,
and, in fact, in the world. Tho first room is a
hall paved with marble, having snake and
bawd cages on either side. From thia room
the visitor passes to a balcony, running above
a large rocky cavern, with a pool below, ten?
anted by water fowl. An adjoining room is
also arranged as a nearly ciroular cavern, with
basins in the rook work around the Bide, and
with a magnificent aviary in the middle, con?
taining more than a thousand birds, appearing
te occupy only one large cage of wire>gauze.
On closer examination, however, it is discov?
ered that this lugo cage ie divided by very del?
icate wire partitions, radiating trom the centre,
so that only about one hundred birds occupy
the Perne compartment. From the'aviary a
rocky vaulted passage leads to the aquarium,
strictly so called, and also to the lower part of
the cavern. The imitation rock work is report?
ed to be true to nature, and the general effect
of the different apartments is described aa
very imposing. ' _
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1869.
Tate Sew York Times and the Finances
of South Carolina,
The New York Times publishes an elabo?
rate review of tho finanoial condition of
the State of South Carolina, in which io
found this gratify lng stater* eat :
"The State which appears to have the best
start and tho steadiest progress, as yet, is
South Carolina. While she Buffered fully as
much, if not more, than any other of the
Southern States, her prospecte to-day are more
Wheo, however, tho Times ventures to
make tho statement that "tho reason or se?
cret of this is tho excellent management
"of her (eur) flamees," we, who know
whore the shoe pinches, flatly contradict
the assertion, and make the counter state
neut that tho finances of tho State have
) nly been well managed la tho lemo that
noaa* haye been provided for mooting the
sxtravagant expenditures of the State Gov
?rnment, and that tho present State Gov
jrnmeut is administering our affairs with
k wastefulness and profligacy which would
loon break down the oredit of any State in
ho Union. South Carolina has a small
lebt, and oan and will pay every dollar of
ter liabilities; bat the seo ret of this is that
he people aro as determined to pay alL their
ast debts as they are convinced of the
emption and profligacy of the existing
?orernment of the State. Tho Times ia
ontent to make broad assertions. We deal
rith facts, and to begin with, make the fol
owing comparison of the appropriations
br the years ending Ootober, I860, and
Jotober, 1889. From this comparison we
imit tho charge for interest on the State
The appropriations are classified aa fol
executive department.$ 16 850 $ 36 OOO
jQgialative do. 61950 156 6V0
udiciary do. 93 800 67,500
treasury do.... 7-850 48 800
Obtb Carolina College. di 780 26 8d0
rrtboary expenses......... 108,800 111,000
Ulitary expenditures. 140 800 24,000
iooal expenditures. 94420 68100
'ublic buildings. 49,079 104,800
?Tbraordinery expenses.... 68.806
' Total appropriations.. .$644,656 1633.100
Bat the appropriation bill of 1860 con
aina many charges against whioh there
re no corresponding charges in 1869.
Lmong these are jurors and constables,
?50,000; compensation for slaves executed,
?2000; military contingencies, $100,000;
lilitary aoademies, $30.000; dredge boat,
?80 000; oensus, $12,700;-marino school,
?5000. Total $229,700. T|ia amount mast
e deducted from the total of 1860 to make
he comparison just. On the other side,
rom the total of 1860 we must, in the same
ray, deduct $88,800 oharged for the State,
'enitentiary, whioh institution was not in
xistence in I860. This would loare the
omparison as follows :
ppropriations.$644 655 $633 100
?eduet as above stated. 229,700 88,800
Tho expenditures of the year 1869 are,
lerefore, $129,445 is EXCESS or TBS XX
KBDITURIS or 1860, although $50,000 in?
road of $75,000 is given to free aohools,
ad no appropriation is made for the trao
ient poor, tho Normal High So hool or the
.oper Hospital. After all, tho result is not
irprlatng when we And tho Legislature
Mting $140,000 inatead of $25,000, and
ie Governor's contingent fand $25,000 in?
flad of $10,000 Wo ask tho New York
irnos whether it calla thia en "excellent
management of the finances of the State ?"
The aketoh given by the Times of the
tanner in whioh the unds were raised to
?7 the ordinary expenses of the govern
tent is very jolly, and. will doubtless bol?
ter up the reputation of "the financial
gent," in whose interest it seems to have
eon written. But it is an absurdity un?
worthy of a metropolitan journal to assert
lat an obecure broker could, in the course
f six months, create a demand for our State
onds that it was difficult to supply. What
! he did have "unlimited oonfidence in tbo
honor of Sooth Carolina, ita (Ra dio al)
officers and (negroRadical) Legislature ?"
Jhat if ho did "represent to bankers and
capitalists that their distrust of the seen
rities of that (this) State was unfounded,
and that he himself proposed to invest
in the bouda ?" This would have had no
tore effect in Wall-street than the whist
ng of the wind. Bat it was known in
:ew York that South Carolina had a debt
f about $5,000,000, and that we had al
rays kept faith with our creditors. This
ras the beginning, and the end was st?
uned, the money was had, because this
financial agent," this young man of "muoh
?ability and promise" had almost unlimited
owen, and could, we presume, offer
enuUgtt collaterals and high enough oom
miseio?fl to satisfy any broker. Whet
powers did he have ? On August 8, 1888,
the Governor was authorized to borrow
$125,000, and empowered to nee as se?
curity euch an amount of bills receiva?
ble, honda or stocks owned by the State
as might be necessary. On August
26, 1868, the Governor was authorize*'
to borrow $6W,OW on the credit of the
State, the bonds to be Bold at the highett
market price by the financial agent in New
Tork. On the same day the Governor WSB
authorized to borrow $1,000,000 more on
the same tercas. On February 17,1869, au?
thority waa given to borrow $1,000,000,
whioh might be used as collateral tecurity
and sold at the highest market prioe. On
M aron 26, 1869, the financial agent was au?
thorized to pledge the bonds of the State
whioh the State nov hat or may hereafter
have in its possession as collateral security
for State loans. These were the powers of
Governor Soott and the financial agent.
Will the Times deny that any man, not a
born idiot, oould raise money with these
resouroes at his command? The officials
were olamoring for their pay. Votes were
sold in Columbia as fish are sold in the
market. The money was obtained at last;
but at what costf The Times or ?the
"young man of muoh ability and promise"
may be able to telL
In the article published by the Times
there is the following paragraph:- '
"Furthermore, South Carolina has steered
clear of the whirlpool whioh has well-nigh
swamped one or two of the other Southern
States. She bas steadily refused to aid rail?
roads. North Carolina and Tennessee have
increased their debts immensely by their rail?
road subsidies and loaos, and bave materially
injured their finaneiai prospects." .
South Carolina has not steadily refused
to aid railroads. The present Legislature
has given aid to the Savannah and Charles?
ton and the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
roads, and it has authorised a guarantee of |
$4,000,000 to the Blue Ridge Railroad.
This last railroad was expeeted to be com?
pleted for $6,000,000. Now it is estimated:
to oost $8,000,000. Responsible contrac?
tors can be found who will do the work for
$7,500,000; but a contractor whose prioe
was about $9,000,000 has received tbe eon?
tract, and Governor Soott goes before the
Legislature this fall with a modest request
that the Blue Ridge Railroad guarantee be
increased from $4,000,000 to $9,000,000 or j
$10,000,000. Governor Soott did oppose,
st the last session, proposals to Subsidize [
the Chatham Railroad, and other sohemes.
Why did* he do this ? Because the Blue
Ridge Railroad guarantee-in whioh he has
a lively interest-would be almost worth?
less if millions were given sway here as
freely as in North Carolina. Love for Soott,
not love for the State, was the oause of the
opposition. Any scheme will be ran
through the Legislature whioh has money
in iL Paupers need not apply.
Lastly, we say to the Times that this
State is well able to pay all the debt of
whiehwenowh a ve knowledge. The peo?
ple will uphold the good name of South
Carolina; but this will be done* in sptte of,
and not by means of, the existing State
government. We are plundered and robbed
on all sides and upon all occasions; but we
have some power left, and we are resolved,
as long as we may, to discharge honestly
our every obligation. The Times has been I
duped by some tr io ks ter. If it had known
more of the men who have our coffers in
oharge, it would have said less in praise of |
individuals, whatever ita good opinion of
the financial integrity of the State.
rE COPARTNERSHIP H KU ET O
FORK existing under tue mme of JOHN Fa K
SKK4 CO. is he re'i y dissolved by mutual content.
El tb er partner will sign the name of tbe Qrm tn
liquidation. 1 HBO. U. WAGNER.
BhNJ. F. HU iE H.
Charleston, 8. C., July at 1809.
TBE UNDF.R-TQNED AWE TB IS DAT ASSO?
CIAI ED themselves togetber under the name of
W*GNLB, BUGEBACO.for the trinssotlou of a
G?NER*L COMMISSION BUSINESS.
THEO. D. WAGNER.
Il KN J. F. HU i KB,
Charleston, 8.0, July 21. 1869. July'll
A8HIMGT ON COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL R. E. LEE,
AIDED Br A FULL COUPS OF PBOFESSORS,
THE NEXT SESSION OPENS 8EPTEMBEB 16TH,
1869, and dotes Jute ?stn, 1870.
In addition to the rea ular Collegiate Course, the
Pro'essional .-chool? of Law and Civil and Mining
Engineering, are in tull operation,
Necessary expenses, from 13 JO to 1375.
For catalogue, address J M. LEECH,
July 19 Imo Clerk of Faoulty.
CHARLESTON, 80UTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. SITUATED TN A
pleasant location, and In the business portion of the
cit., rendara it tba most desirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests. . he accommcdations
areunsnrpaared. havlts extensive suites "t eleiraut'y
furakned apartments toe f-midesa d single ten lie
in' n Tbe proprietor will endeavor io maintain the
bub reputation e'joyed by tbe "Charleston" as a
tl mt class bons?, ano no eSort ?iii be scared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon lt
Ihe best of Live y accommodations will be found
adjoining tbe establishment.
the house i supplied wita the celebrated Arte
sian Water ot wuich delphi ful ba bs can be hid
euber day or nicht n. H. J < B>OS
" Joly 13 Pr?prieior.
QT. CLOUD HOTEL.
PHIS NEW AND COMMOl IOCS GO CSE, LOCAL?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
possesses advantages over all other houses Tor the ac?
commodation ot Its sueste. It was built expressly
for a Arrt-clsss family boarding house-the rooms
berne large and en suite, heated ny steam-with bot
and cold w ter. and furnished second to nose; while
the culinary department ls lu the most experienced
bands, affording guests an unequal,?d table.
une of Atwood's Patent Klevatora is aiso among
the "modern improvements" ana at the service ol
guests at all bourn.
Ihe broadway and University placn Car? pass the
door every lour minutes, rucniuj from the City
Hall to Central Pa' k, while the Sixth abd eventb
4venue Une-tare bnt a short block ?m eltuet side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
be depots, steamboat landings, ulacesofaxase.
ment and business of the great metr?poli?.
AtOittc ?i liULLKY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 ?'.nos
PHI VA r-K BU vu ni.VG, (Va. 3d EAST
N i N TH-3 TR EE f, NEW YOUK.-Mrs H M.
-ADLKd, late of Florina h ?? opened house at the
above number. Parties v siting the city trom the
>ouih wi: flail it in ?-very ie?pe:t a first-class
private hoarding nous-;, and no pains w.U be spared
ior the comfort ol her guests. mw>3 July 19
WA (VT RD, A CO LO II KD COOK ANO
WASHES. Apply at FOULU (ide CALHOUN
STREET, next weat to at. Phillp._Jnly 21 _
WAISTED, A GOOD COOK. WASHEK
AMD IRON EH. None need apply without
good recommendation. Apply to Ko. ll* BBOAt.
MUSIC TEACHK K WANTED FOO. A
YOUNG LADIES' SEJIINABY -A GOOD
IO IEACHEB, Instrumental and Vocal (Plrno,)
to go Into s healthy part of the up-country, apply
to JOaN Q. MIL NOB ACQ. wf2 July 21
WANTED, A % ALTO SINGER FOR
the Choir of 8t. Paul's Church, Radcliffe
boro*. Candidates will pletae apply to the under?
signed at No. 130 Wentworth-street, Professor H. E.
SOKEL, Qrganiat of St Paul 2_July 21
withing to employ large or small numbers of
CBINESE LABORERS, u*ay make thenecea ary
arrangements for procuring gang* of ais- required,
delivered in any part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANSCBAAP, San Francisco, california
AYOUNO MAN. FROM NEW YORK,
speaking Er glieh and Oermsn, wou'd like to
get a Situation as BARTENDER OB GBOCEK'd
cLEBK, or any other place where his services
wonld be appreciated, either city or country. Satarv
noolject a? a good place. Address HENRY Ot i -
KKRb, DAILT NIWB Office. 2? July 20
WANTED, A SEAMSTRESS - MUST
have good recommendations. Apply from 8
to 5 P. M., at No. 18 EAST BATTiBY.
Jury 20_, 2*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A RE?
SPECTABLE and rrua>.worthy colored woman
to act aa nurse for an infant and who la willing to go
to the upper portion of thia -tate tor two or three
months Good references required. Apply at No.
164, west end CaLHODN-SlBt-ET. 2 July 20
WANT KD TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a good ?ECOND HAND PIANO. State price
and maker. Address W., NEWS OFFICE
WANTED. PART OF A Rf SIDE.1*CE
on the Battery-say foor or five roo.ns-foi a
sm ?li family. Apply, by note, to C. D. E., at thia
offloe. _July 9
WAISTED, A SM * LL H<-USK,UF I?ELL
or lour moma, with Wichen, lb the central
part of the city. Bent not to exceed $30 per mooth.
Addresi ' H"" at thia Office._June 17
WANTED, UV A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in ?orne Cotton Mill xratb or South?
west; ia acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should B'lect WEAVING as a
ohoioe. 1 artiei withing to engage auch a peraor
?ill please address a note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. It8 ttate-etreet, Boston. May 2?
WAISTED. EVERYBODY TO SUB.
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES 0. SIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-8TBEET.
ANTED-AORISTS-TO ?ELL TATE
AMERICAN KNI1 TING MACHINE. Price
(SA The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever m ven ted. Will knit 20,000 e ti tc bee per
minute. liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Beaton. Mass., or Ht, Louis, Ko.
WAISTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prk es, a? I aa
Nxwt Joh Office, No. 149 EA UT BAT Call and ex?
amine the scale of prises before giving your ordert
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES 0. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 King-street.
WANTED. AGENTA FURTHS AUK RI?
CAN FARMERS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng
Uth and German, by Robert M ewart, V. a., ol Miss.
1 he work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raiting, and the treatment of horteo and mules,
both in sic a ness and health. It hat won Ita way to
popular favor, and ta to-day the most popular and
best selling Horte Book out. Address 0. F. VEN ,
Publisher, Clnctnnaa, O. ' 6mo? March 19
WANTED-AGENTS-S75TOS3 00 PER
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the OKND1NE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY STWING MACHINE. Thia mi
chine will at tch. hem, fell, ruck, quilt, cor t, hind,
braid and em'-rotder io arnott tuneiior mtnner
Piice only SIS. Fully wtrran'ed for five years. We
will pay $1000 tor anv machine that will tew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic team than
oura. It makes toe'Elastic Lock Stitch" Every
teoond -bitch can be cut, and lilli the c'otb. cannot
be pulled apart without tearing lt. We pay agents
from $75 to ?200 per rainth and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twit'? that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LOnis, MO., or BORTON. MASS.
CACHON.-Do not be Imposed upon by other
parties palming on* worthless caa'-I ron machine*,
under the same name or otherwise. Ours it the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
rpo RENT, THE FINE AND DESIRI.
J_ BLE BttStDENCK, known as No 7 Atlantic
street, containing four square rooms, two a'.lic?,
good kitchen, fine yard, cistern ind pump Apply
at Mn. MOLLINOS, next do.r to Mariner's Church.
TO KENT, THE THRKE UPPER
STORIES Of the ADGEB BUILDING, each
floor forming a fine hall, being 95 feet deep and 54
feet wide with a bold entrance on King-street; will
be titted up to suit my purpose for which they mav
be desired. Apply to J. L. M'?8ES, Collector and
Beal Ehttte Agent, No. 34 Broad-street.
July 14_wimi 3
rHENT, A NICE SM t LL HOUttK OF
four or five rooms with ptazzi, kitchen, ind a
taree cistern, it $30 per month, or lODger; haviog a
large lot ?ud extensive open view over the river. One
pertectly suitable, ran applv opposite, at No. 6
GI BB S.8-N1 B EET, m ar -ou:h Ba?. Joly 20
TO RENT, TUM PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY RESI?
DENCE, No. 5 Gadsden street, oppo'ite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
KEAL KST.tTE AO KN TS, AND Ol HERS
having boutes to rout, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rate? and in the newest
and neatest stvles of t>pe, at THE NEWS JOB OF
EI. E. No. 149 Eaat Kiy
AUCTION EE KS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "Eor Kale" Placard?, Business
Carda, or other Jo? Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispttch. wilt consult their interest by leav?
ing tbeiNorders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
149 Etsi Bay._
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPKHS IN
any quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrappio J paper that eau be med. Ap?
ply at the office of l'H E N K WS. March 1
tos? aub Jo-un?).
STOLEN, FROM MRS. LEV1CY SMOKE,
in Colleton County, two miles from Waiterboro',
on the night of the 10th April litt, her only MA BE.
Ibo stare ia black, and rather low for her length,
but well bunt; her body long; both tore feet and
one hind foot are white, and branded on tba shoul?
der S. S. lae Mare wat followed fifteen miles above
Waiterboro'. In the direction of Bare well, A whne
mtn was riding her. Mn. smoke could not have
the thief followed for want of Beana, ind her little
crop mutt be lot' without help, any information
relative to the Mare will he thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walter boro', Colleton Coun?
ty. May 21
EE M O V A L.-STRAUSS dc VANCE
have remove; to the Btoro No. 149 MEETi NO
Hi Kl ferr oppo-ite the Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Menura. Pewlns, Thuye A Co . wbero
fey are ofleriug a targe and complete assortment ot
DRY und FANCI GOODS. lm > July 5
JAMES XNOZ.JOHN O ILL
J? NOK aft GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION M EUC BANTS,
Et. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COI TON, BICK, Ac. RE?
SPECTFULLY solicited, cn J liberal advances made
tueieon. Orders for COBN and BACON promotl?
executed with eare and attention. 3mos Mat lo
JOH.SJ D. ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT.
No. IS Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN al.
JUSTING ACCOUNTS ol Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOB S,
either in part or whole. Ar. Janair? J
OFFICE No. 157 EAST BAY.
July 14 Imo
TV RE LUOUB, So. 136. A. 17. ANUA. M.
THERE WILL BR A BEG: LAB COMMUNICA?
TION of T; re Lodge. No. 136. A. F. ?nd A. M.,
1 HTS Evxjrnto. "t sight o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
By order of the W. M. W. L. E.,KG,
PALMETTO ST RABI PIRE ENGINE
AN IX TB A MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY
will be held at yo.ir Hali, THIS (Wednesday)
t VENINO 21st luttant at Eight o'clock precisely.. A
punctual attendance, ls ixquesbd.
By order of t'.e President.
ALEX >NDER DUNCAN.
STONEWALL Fl Ur. KN Ul? Iii COM?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
a Bei ular Monthly Meeting of the Company
ima EVENING, at M-son.c Hali, at Ficht o'clock,
precisely, A full and i unctual a tendance is desired.
Honorary and Owntrlbattnj members are requested
to be present.
Invited Guests are n quested to assemble at the
Hal?, at half-past Nine o'clock. Hy order.
July 21 WM. G. MILLER, Secretary.
~~ 1 HA BLES! O V LAND < O&PA'MY.
THE jp> O^D ANNUAL MEWING OF THE
stockholders of the aoove Company will be
held THIS AFTEUNOON, tlie21at instant, at half-past
Mx o'clock, at the Hall, No. 472 King-tree t. An
election will be held for officera to serve the ensuing
year. Mockaolders arc r?.que9 ed to be puuctual.
By order. JA9. H. SPENCER,
July 21 * Secretary C. L. Co.
CA KULIN A BASK BALL CLUB.
ATTENU AN tS ' RA MEETING OF YOUR CLUB
at Vigilant Hall, 1HI- EVENING, at Eight
o'u.ock. A iud atlondance ls requested,
jnly 21 R. F. TCPPEB, Secretary.
ATTEND MEETING Hr? BT! NING AT HALF
PAbT Eight o'clock piecisely. By order.
July 21 _?
ATTENTION, SSC. CLUB
MEET AT TOUR APPOIN TED FL iCE.
July 51 . P
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AT THE PRICES ANNEXED.
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FBO-HI'8 BOOK OF TABLEAUX, soo.
WILSON'S BOOK OF RECITATIONS AND DIA?
LOGUE)*, 30 J.
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. THE PARLOR bXaGtt. A Collection of Drawing
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FBOt C'S ORIGINAL LETTES WHITTER. 60c.
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DAY'S AMERICAN KEALY-RECKONER. 60c.
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s M a TEC K THEATRICALS and Fairy Tale Dram?
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Y AI E COLLEGE SCRAPE-., 25c.
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OD receipt of Ihe price, either in cash or stamps,
:opieaofany books in this hst will be sent by mall
?ostpatd. CHAS. C. lt 1 GUT KU,
No. lui B'ng-*ireet,
July 12 Dac . barlestoo, S. C.
J^l'StiELL'S BOOK ?TOKE.
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rSE POET AND THE PAI ?TEB, or Gems of An
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lio. in a i e'egant binding. $10.
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Tsar's ELEOT, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
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"AYSU)E POSIES, original Poems ol country life,
edited by Bobe? Buchinan, with foriy-seven
illustrations 4to $10
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aud ten exquisite engravings bv Giacomelli. $6.
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from all aces by Philip Schaff, D. D , evo, cloth
gilt extra, SC.
JOWPEB'B i ABLE TALE, and other Poems, beana
tully illustrated by the most eminent English
Artists, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
.Tour WITHOUT AN END, from tho German ol Ca
rove, large ito. with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitai io J of water colors, $7 SA.
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Illustrations, by Eytinge, small 4 octavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of tbe
Scottish Poets, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, 14.
lLuunoN, bv Walter scctt, with fifteen photographic
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LAVS or THE HOLY LAND, from anolent and moder
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HAMBEBS' BOOK or TATS a miscellany ol popular
antiquitie-, two larae volumes, roval 8vo, SD.
ile above are all in. elegant bindings
If VOlPOwING AND HA1U-CI1TTIAG.
LADIES AND JBILDIHSN
?ttended at their resideuces promptly and at reason?
send orders 'x> W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April ll No. 21 Uroad-street (up stairs.)
j_? 1 M K H IS I A \ HALL.
FEW NIGHTS ONLY.
Commencing THURSDAY, July 22cf, 1869.
TBE GE SAT
8 A B G E N T
Comical JAMES PASTER.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PRESENTS GIVEN
Tickets 35 cents. Beserved Seats 60 cents. To be
bad at Holmes' Book House.
Doora open at half-past 7 o'clock. To commence
at half-past 8 o'clock. July 91
?j, U A R D 1 A N MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized In 1859.
ALL POLICES NO S - F O RF ? I TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LABT CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PEE CENT.
Polices in force.$26,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
L?ese* Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. BOC KEB, vice-President
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent,
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMBS HABPEB, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANK, President Bank Republic
WM. M. VKBMTLTI, Banker (Vemilye A Co.)
CHAS G. ROOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banlrinz Com
Hon. GSOBOZ OPDTKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
M nt OT C. MOBO AH, Banker.
THOMAS RI Q y ET, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Bas/. B. - HEB ii AN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Company.
A AEON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
BIOHABD H. BOWSE, Wetmore k Bowne, Lawyers.
?t. V. HA?OHWO?T, Firm E. V. Banghwout lc Co.
WM. WILKESS, Firm of W. Wilkens k Co.
Joxrcrs H. PRATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WHIGHT, Merchant
CHAS J. brana, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLES, Merchant.
GEO. W. CCTLE3, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Contine a Ul Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTOS H. PECKHAM, Corner Pith Atenas and
EDWARD H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. L. COUSWELL, Merchant
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN ST J E RN A, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
(ifflce No. 90S King-street,
OHABLE8TON, 8. 0.
January 12 ,_DAO_lyr
E O R G I A
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE *
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. SlOu.OOO paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company,
stockholders wealthy abd responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent of Its earnings to the Stockholders ; the
rest o f the profita divided among the Policyholders
on the o nttibution plan.
lire' Department, baa been in successful opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
Life Department In full and successful operation,
and vieing with old companies in its success.
All of Ita Pollolts non-torfeitable, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an au i,uily table and return premium plan.
No restrictions upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured on same terms as men.
Loans half of 1rs premiums. No notes taken.
W. J. LAWTON, President.
J. C. McBUBNLY, vice-President
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. MoCAY, nonah tuting Actuary.
P. H. WRIGHT, Examining P. meian.
This Company ls now prepared to take risks either
in the Fire or Life De] artmenta, and solicita a share
ot the patronage of the city and Sta'e.
J. G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local an ? Travelling Agents wanted in all parts of
the bta'e. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tions to be made to J. G. HOLMES, Jr., General
Agent, No. 39 Broad-street, Charleston, S. O.
July 6 nae mwf
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Dividends annually in cash.
Ont v Company having the Definite Guaranteed Sur?
render-Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to
ao Company tn the United States for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
omeo No. Ul broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, President
WM. M. COLE, Fecretary.
State Agency No. 33 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or bv letter to
JAMICS G. llUbMK.s, Jr.,
Generil Asentior South Carolina.
July 12 mwf 6mos
A HE RIC AN TONTINE
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
Kb. a MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE
DB. WM. M. POST, Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E COUBTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OF KICK, CHAHLKSTON, 8. C.
DB. THOMAS L. 0GIBB, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, JB., General Agent
CHARLESTON BOABD BEFEBESCZ:
Hon. ALFBED UL'O ER.
W G. MAGRA 1 H. Esq., President 8. C. H. R.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL. Attorney at Law
TH KO. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser k Ce.
ANDREW SIMONDs, rsq.. President Firtt Na?
BO H KEV MURP, Esq , of Messrs. B. Mure A Co
EDWARD LAFllTr, ot Ed. Lafitte k Co.
i olonel J. li E. SLOAN, I otten Factor.
W. A. COURTENAY, Esq., ol Messrs. Courtenay &
H. B. CL >EY, Esq., of <?esi*rs. Olney k Co.
Havi ie been app. lated Genenl Acent for North
ind south carol ni for the abov,; reliable a:id popu?
lar LUV Insu au -e Company, I am prepared to re?
ceive applications at reasonable rates ann OD favor?
able term?. JOHN KIRKLAND. JB.
ofh:e for th- present at Messrs. Courtenay k
Trenb 'Ina's, Uuiou Whait. ws3mos. June 2
jf?togg agu flhttuwt?itt.
NEW GEORGIA FLOUR,
IfiA SACKS BE* GEORGIA FAMILY FLOUR.
LOU arriving tali day per South Carouse Bett
roi?, and for sale by . J. N. ROBSON,
"No. 1 and 3 Atlaniio Wharf.
NEW NORTHERN POTATOES.
FUE SR SICILY LEMONS.
<T) r BBLS. NEW NOBTBEHN POTATOES
ii ?J M boxet Prime Sicily Lemons,
landing ex t-teams hip Champion and for sala low
from the Whan by BERNARD O'NEILL.
FLORIDA HIDES AND MOSS.
KIRKPATRICK A WITTE,
July ai 1_No. 6 Accommodation wharf.
SUGAR AND AOiAStES.
Ai* na 8. CHOICE POBTO Biro SUG4E
*?VJ 60 obis, choice Porto Etoo Sugar .
60 h?ds Muscorado Sugar
100 bhds. Coba Molasses
60 bbb). Cuba Molasse*
10 bhds. Porto Rico Molasse*.
For sale In lota to snit pnr.basera, by
W. P. HALL,
July 7_wslmo Brown A Oo.'s Wharf.
AT "CAHPBEH MILLS."
THE ABOVE HILLS ABE NOW IN FULL OPE?
RATION, and prepared to supply the trade
with choice NEW FA di LY FLOUB ground of the
beet Carolina and Georgia Wheat
July 9 ftnwS JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.
JOST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BT DB. H. BABB, No. 131
KISON'a TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
gchenk's Pulmonic Syrup -y
Schenk's Seaweed Tonic ?
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" pm?. Ac.. Aa.
Fleming's Worm Confections '
Wlight's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypophosphlts of Lima
Van Dc usen's Worm confections
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bardotte's Worm Rugar Drops
Grasten berg Plus
Schallenberger's Feyer and Ague PiBs
McLane's Liver Pitts
* Linn's Vegetable PiBs
Bus sell's Soothing Cordial for Children Tee tiring
Jayne's f Iterative
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Bad way's Beady Beuel
< Bad way's B. Plus
Bad way's Beady Resolvent
June? ? '_mwf
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
A A HBD8. PRIME WESTERN C. R. HIDES
4r \ 1 36 hhds. Prime Western Shoulden;.
For sale by JEFFORDS A 00.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
OTl BBLS. "CHOICE BAKERS" ANDFAMI
?0\J LY FLOUR, fresh ground.
60 bbls. CHOICE BYE FLOUR, landing fhls day, per
For aale by KNOBELOCH A SMALL,
July 20 No. 78 Bast Bay.
TTIORSAT.K, WHOLESALE AND BET AL, BY
r Dr. H. BAKE,
one 26_Na 131 Meeting-street
NEW GOODS. * *
EAST INDIAN MAJilOCA, A NEW, AGBEKA
BLE, mostde.idoub and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soups, AS)., put up In 1 lb. pack?
age?, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for Plea, Puddings, Oakes,
Ao , put op in half Th. package*, Witt directions.
Sweet Oil, French and american In half pints, pints
Cider and White Wine Vlnegw, warranted pure
Fresh Boasted Ti lo Coffee, of good quality, at 85*.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERA i IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets,
Gcodt. delivered tree. May 98
grp. (googa, gtf.
A^TTKNTION 1 DRY GOODS BUYERS.
A FINE AND LABOE STOCK OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVIOUS TO TAKING STOCK,
reduce many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THE IE VALUE,
which should not be lost sight of by those in need of
articles in our Une.
FURCHGOTT & BRO..
SOUTHWEST CORNER KING A CALHOUN 8T&
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Tranks,
FOR SALE LOW.
May 3 m 3mos
jJLJ" L . FILLET,
TROT, NEW YORK.
MA S CT AC nj HEB OF
9IOVES, RANGES, HE A TE BS, HOLLOW
"PHILANTHROPIST," "CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CI71LIAN"
ADMIRABLY ABAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
TB AD E.
ann ron SALK BX
D, L. FULLERTON.
THESE STOVES STAND ON RI YALLET) FOB
rapacity, durability, convenience- and the general
purpose* to which Cooking Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST 1? extraheav> plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be mad? imo a six boiler hole
.tove ; bas cart iron W uer Tank galvanized, or
mamel lined. A strictly Orst-class Stove. Tte
CIVILIAN ls of a neat design, and has a fin* large
Oven. This Stove can be had ?Uh the extension
Mck, six holes, and reservoir when desired.
For further information apply to
D. L. FULLEHTON.
January SC ?mo? Auflusti, Ga
WARD DALY ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 83 Warren-street,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUB?
CHASE of all kinds ot MIU0U NDISE. Boots,
shoe?. Hats, Ca,'S ind Trunk-, a. d Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds ot staple Articles and
general Proouce solicited.
Prompt returns gua-auteea.
_ EDWARD DALY, -,
Late ot Charle*too. ti. ~tf
mi-Weekly Price Currents sent tree by post.
January 2c o*c 6moa?