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ir stirs s UM; M A. RX.
-In New York cotton was more active at
easier pnces. Sates 1800 balea.
-Quid closed st 45.
' -Tn Li -Orphol cotton closed firm but not
higher., i/.lw 10!000 bales.
_The failure of the crops in Norway and
Sweden ri sending; many emigrants to Ame?
-Jean de Tries, the leading betting man in
Paris, has often two hundred thousand dollars
-The Empress of the French has accepted
the Sultan'? invitation to visit Constantinople
on her w ay to Saes.
- -Li dy If array, eldest daughter ot the Duke
of Montrosa, has become a convert to the Ro?
man Catholic Church.
-The Princesa of Wales is again about to
fiIloirin tho footetepj of ber illustrious prede?
cessor, Queen Victoria.
-A speculator in Paris proposes to print all
the Paris Journals on one hage printing press
and effect a saving of tea per cent
-The Belgian Government bas given Roche- ,
fort the option of' leaving that country or dts
cxmtinning the publication of the Lanterne.
-lt was most remark ible that the sea ser?
pent kept quiet so (eng this year, hot he has
at length turned up off Cape Ann, Massachu?
' -The French Government hag officially in?
formed the Court of Rome that a special am?
bassador will be sent *o attend the approach?
ing council. '
-At toe recenthresJrtat g?feo at Bucking?
ham Palace, lo London, to the- Viceroy of
Egypt,'Mae corts and gilt hattons were worn
ss full morning dress. .
-Prominent and enterprising merchants in .
H&coa, Qa., contemplate the formation of a
co mpany, wi th a capital of 1150,000 to $200,000,
for the manufacture and sale of fertilizers.
. '-It ia reported that the King of Prussia has
sent a very friendly communication to Napo
leon deairteg to know his views inspecting the
Schleswig question, and hinting that the views
of France would he considered in the eventual
set tie ment.
-A woman ia New York, whose husband
had deserted ber, married another without -
telling h ?IE of her former tie. At length he dis?
covered it, and got a divorce. Then the first
husband entered, and he too secured s> divorce;
and now the last state of that woman is pre?
sumably worse than the first.
-The circumstances of the death of Rev.
Mr. HaUeck, in the recant ?catastrophe on the
Erie Railroad, are very affecting. It is Stated
that he was only slightly hort, bat was wedged
in among timbers. An axe, after some time,
wss obtained, bat it was so dal that no of?
fset could be produced upon the beams. In '
this nt nation the unfortunate sufferer was
burned aliw. ,
-Charles White, the lion tamer, travelling I
with Thayer's menagerie, was actually eaten i
np by the lions on Friday night, ia a small* <
town in Mi?hinj*!, Be is said to have been ?
struck ort- the shoulder by the very same hon ,
that came so near killing him at Rochester,
knocked down, and the others ai once sprang '
upon hon, and before they could be besten off, 1
had torn him to pieces and devoured the
greater portion of his body. i
-Hrs. Dr. Hary Walker will soon be on the i
war path. She says she is the only one of her (
sex who has fought a sqaare ?ts nd ap fight for ,
the Radical party, and that they have never
accorded her any recognition whatever. She '
says she.has ia her possession a quantity of '
private and personal information which will be <
f oood rac y reading, even in this warm weather, (
and she proposes to "make Borne howl." The ?
administration had better "stand from under." ,
-There are ram xs of a serions break in the .
Republican party. It is reported that Sena?
tors ks prague, Boas, Fowler, Henderson, and
perhaps one or two others, will hereafter rc- 1
f ase to sot with the Republican majority in tbe 1
Senate, while Chief Justice Chase is now said <
to he ia fall sympathy with the Democrats, i
The only member of Lincoln's original cabinet ,
who now acts with the Republicans is Simon j
Camer?n, who was turned oat of it for corrup?
-Lately at a horse show in London a novel- '
ty was exhibited in the form of a vehicle capa?
ble of being changed at pleasure into a four- i
Wheeled or a two-wheeled carriage. In the <
former condition it is capable of carrying six j
persons. By a simple contrivance the whole
front carriage, wheels, wings sud dasher, can
be removed, and the back part then forms a 1
pretty car for one horse or pony. The change 1
is effected merely by loosening four screws, '
aftd can be managed in a few minutes. I
. -The Savannah papers announce the death j
of Mr. William Kine, an estimable citizen of ,
that place. He was bora in the neighborhood
of Brighton, England. He went to France 1
and was m the City of Paris during the r?volu- '
tion of 1830. His adventurous spirit caused '
him io come to this country, and for a time he <
pursued his occupation, that of a maobiniat, ;
io the City of Charleston, his partner b.in* ]
Hr. Robert Lacblison. He was engaged in the ,
construction of the irst railroad in t-oath Cu- (
olina, m 1882. He r xt visited Coba and briefly
followed his tnoession tbere, sabseqaentiy 1
coming o Savannah of which city he has been
a resident for the last thirty-five years. He .
discharged tne duties of superintendent of tho I
machine shops at the Central Bai road depot j
for nearly fifteen years. After a visit to Eu- ,
rope he returned to Savannah, and erected a
-saw mill on the canal. He was local inspector 1
of steamboats ? the government service since '
1853. At rae-time of his death he was sixty- i
four j ears of sge. He leaves a wife and one i
child to moora his loss. I
-A correspondent who recently had an in- <
farview with ex-President Franklin Pierce,
. says: ''Dunn? the pas ' two years the health
of the general bas not been remarkably good;
bot with tho exception of about three weeks
daring the past wioter, he has been able to
ride and walk oat almost daily. Daring the
interval referred to he was quite low for seve- ,
rn days, and his medical attendants and his
friends entertained serious fears of tbe result.
With care.'t 1 nursing and skilful treatment he
o 7 ream': a s cknesa which promised to result 1
f a-.ai'y, sad bo is to-tlay kftbe enjoyment ol
better physical health than he has possessed
for years. ID appearanca hs seems younger
than when the Pm idtntial mau tie rested upon
him. Those who remember him in Washing?
ton would readily recognize bim in Concord,
however, for he maintains the smooth and
cl ein-sha. ved face which always was one of bis
characteristics, and his broadcloth and beaver
are still of the same spotless black, and the
same elegant and tidy fit. His step is as
sprightly as that of a yoong man of twenty."
-They have been three years boring an ar?
tesian well near St. Louis. Tbe depth reached
is 3832 feet, or only 138 feet less than three
fourths ola mile. But no pnro water has been
reached at that depth, and it is now proposed
to plug the hole up and lose ?66.000, the cost
so far. The boring was done at the rate of
about thirty feet per month. The artesian well
at Grenoble in Franco, is one of the most
famous in the world, and was begun in 1833
with the expectation of reaching water at a
depth of not more than twelve or fifteen hund?
red feet. In 18*1, at a depth of 1792 feet, water
was at last found, and has flowed ever since at
a rate of fire hundred thousand gallons in
twenty-four hours. There are numerous wells
ia other parts of Europe and also in this coun?
try, but the deepest one in the world, except
that now under consideration, is at a sugar
refinery in St. Loni J, begun in tbe spring of
1849, and continued until 1854, when the work
stopped at the depth or 1199 feet. The supply
of water procured is comparatively small in
quantity, and strongly impregnated with sul?
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1888.
. The Bia? Ridge Job-Scott's Tactics.
The silence whioh Governor Scott and
his claquer- have maintained in regard to
the charges of jobbery and corruption
in the. award of the Blue Ridge Bail
road contract, made several days ago by
oar correspondent ..Luz," is as discreet
aa it ia significant. Ia fact, nobody is so
well aware as the Governor and his. copart?
ners, of the brazen and a h am ol ess character
of their attempt to plunder the people of
South Carolina; and they hare wisely cho?
sen not to Tenture upon a discussion whioh
could only have the effect of further un?
masking the giant swindle they have in
view. If any thin g were wanting to fasten
upon our enterprising Governor the o h ar ge
of wilful and deliberate perversion of his
official po wera for his individual enrich?
ment, -the evidence il abundantly supplied
in the second letter from our lomspondent
"Lux," whioh we print to-day.
What are the facts T A railroad is to be
built, on whioh four millions have been al?
ready spent. The whole ofthecap i tal stock,
excepting an inconsiderable fraction, is own?
ed by the State and the City of Charleston,
and consequently controlled by Governor
Scott and Mayor Pillsbury. The cot*, of
completing the road having been calculated
at about six millions, the Legislature was
induced to guarantee four millions of its
bonds. Thereupon bids were publicly in?
vited for the work, to be paid for in 6 per
cent, eoin bonds of the road, guaranteed by
the State. 8everal offers were made by
oontraotors of unquestionable standing, and
the bid of a Pennsylvania firm, wai accep?
ted at nine millions, notwithstanding that
this was the highest bona fide bid presented
one of the other bidders, every way as com?
petent and responsible, haring been eager
to do the work for s even and a half millions.
All the oiroumstanoeB of the award point
unmistakably to the fact that Governor
Scott was to be a silent partner in the profits
that the Pennsylvania firm might be able to
nake out of the contract, and that the ac?
ceptance of the Pennsylvania offer being a
predetermined fact, the invitation extended
:o the other bidders, as well as the consid?
eration seemingly aooorded to their bids,
iras a magnificent sham throughout.
Bat this is not all. The whole s?beme,
ia it stands, depends for its suooess
ipon the ability of those interested
ko obtain from the General Assembly
the State guarantee for fire millions
nore of the bonds of the road. The Gov?
ernor has undertaken to make the modest
demand that the Legislature should change
the aot of the last session so that the
State guarantee may be made to cover
aine millions instead of four millions. Until
this is done the four millions already guar?
anteed are unavailable ; for, if they were
used, the additional five millions of bonds
to be guaranteed would necessarily come in
only as a second mortgage. Ia the delay
thus afforded lies the only hope of the tax?
payers of the State being able to defeat the
boldest and most flagrant attempt ever
made to bleed the public treasury of South
Ia this connection TV j hear talk of a mon
j troua proposition that the State and the
City cf Charleston should o ?noel the $2,
100,000 worth of the steck of the road
whioh they now hold, and acoept in lieu
thereof one fifth of the amount in second
mortgage lix per cent, (oarrency) bonds,
whioh, in view of the recent operations of
the Bing in Columbia, we may safely say,
would be absolutely worthless. It is even
said in some quarters that this most out.
rageous barter of the people's property has
already been consummated. But however
anblus h ing may have been the proceedings cf
Grovernor Scott in his manipulation of the
State finances, we c arnot and will not be?
lieve that Mayor Pdlsbury, at the very
threshold of his administration, would have
jared to share the responsibility of so ini?
quitous a transaction.
The Blue Ridge Railroad is a public work
af incalculable importance to the fntnre of
South Carolina, and we y ield to none in eager?
ness for its completion. But we eall upon
the real friends of the enterprise in every
part of the State to join with Tm Nsws in
ut earnest and persistent effort to rescue it
Tom the Bing of greedy and unscrupulous
adventurers who now control it. The Le?
gislature can blook the whole game. And
the people will demand that it be done.
Tts? Northern Bondholder and tue
The bragging announcements made in re?
gard to the fiuanoes of the State, and the
advertisement of the State Treasurer, wou d
aaturally lead to the supposition that the
interest on the bonds ana* ttocks of the
State would be paid on and after July 1st.
But this is not the case. Tha coupons ef
.the bonds have been paid on presentation
in New York or Colombia, bat not one dol?
lar has been paid od account of interest on
the State stock, doe and promised to be
paid at the same time. The bondholder
has been provided for, bat the stockholder
has no assurance that he will be paid. Ie
the stockholder to take his ohanoes and be
dependent on the prompt collection of tax?
es ? The reason given for the fallare te
pay the stock interest, is that it required
over a mooth to make ont a list of stock?
holders and of the dividends due them.
This is no exease. The work should
have begun earlier, and the lists would
then have been ready by July 1st, as was
the custom *
The truth is that the bonds are mostly
held by Northern speculators, while the
stoek is ia the hands of our own people.
The poor and needy, the widow and the or?
phan, may wait and starve; but the bond
holding pets of Soott and the Financial
Agent must not suffer. No doubt a heavy
rate of interest is given for the money used
ia paying the oonpons of the bonds, and a
large amonnt of collaterals, in the shape of
bonds and bills, has probably been hypothe?
cated to secure the loan. But why should
the bondholder have the preferenoe over
the stockholder ? And if the stockholder
is now put off to the first of August, why
may he not be put off in the same way to
Ootober or November ?
rE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
FOBB existing under Ute name of JOHN FBA
BER k CO. is hereny dissolved by mn tua I consent.
Either partner will sign the name of the firm tn
liquidation. THEO. U. WAGNER.
Bt.NJ. F. HU >EK.
FBBO'K. r ANNING.
Charleston, a C., July at 1889.
THE UNDESIGNED fltVB TB 18 DAT ASSO?
CIAI ED themselves together under the name
WA GS KB, HUG EB A co, for the transaction of
GANEBAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
THEO. D. WAGNER
BEN J. P. HU l KB.
Charleston, S. O, July 31, ia69. Joly 31
-yXT A8HUOT ON COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL R. E. LEE,
AIDED BT A FULL COBBS or PBOFESSOBS.
THE NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER ltfre.
186?, and Hoses June 35th j 1870.
In ad.Urion to the revelar Collegiate Course, the
Pro'esiional eohools of Law and Clvd and Mining
Engineering, are In lull opeiahon.
Necessary expense*, from $300 to S37S.
For catalogae, address J M. LEECH,
July 19 Imo Clerk of Faculty.
QHAltLE?TON H O T E li ,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS BOTEL. SITUATED IN
pleasant location, and in the bu<iueas portion cf the
au, renders lt the most desirable Hotel for either
permanent or tranaient guests. . he accommodations
ire unsurpassed, bavins extensive suites nt elegantly
furnished apartments lor f mi iles a >d single gentle?
men. The proprietor will endeavor to maintain the
blah reputadon et Joyed by the "Charleston" as a
Drat class house, and no effort ?lil be spared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronsge hereto?
fore bestowed upon it.
The best of Livery accommodations will be found
adjoining the establishment.
lbs house l- supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water, of which delightful ba'he can be bsd
either day or night t. B. JACKSON,
July 13 Proprietor.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL,.
THIS NEW AND COMMOLIOU3 BOU8E, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
joaseases a lvantages over all other houses for th? ac?
comodation ot its guest*. It was built expressly
'or a flrctclaas family boarding house-the rooms
Mina* large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
md cold w .ter. and furnished second to none; while
be culinary department ts io the most experienced
ianda, aff irdinR gnects an uneqaailsd table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators ts also among
he "modern improvements" and at the service ot
ruests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Cara pass the
loor every four m toutes, runnm J from the City
Jail to Central Park, while the Sixth sud ? events
l venue lines are buta short block on either side,
iflording ample facilities for communicating sritb all
be depots, steamboat landings, ? daces of aaa aaa*
nent and business of the great metropolis.
STOKE * HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Varch 13 Saos
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised in 1859.
ALL POLICES NON-FORFEI TABLE.
'I ALF LOA ,V TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PKR CENT.
?olicc8 In force...,.825,000,000
l-anual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. BOOKER, vice-President
L. MoADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
Q. A. FUD i CK AR, Superintendent,
Ion. JOHN A. Dix, New*York.
3on. JAMBS HARPER, Firm or Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
TOBM 3. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
A/M M. YEEMILTE, Hanker (Vermilye A Co.)
~HASG. BOCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com.
Ion. GEORGE OPDTKE. ex-Mayor of New York.
HISOTC. M ono AS, Ranker
I noMAs RIONEV. Firm lhomas disney A Co.
iENJ. t?. HEB ttaN. Treasurer New York Ste?m Su?
gar Refining Oonpatiy.
IABOS ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Con-table A Co.
? icu ABD fi. DOWSE, Wetmore k ';owne, Lawyers.
3 V. HAUOHWOUT, Firm E. V. Hjughwout ir Co.
Wu WILSENS, Firm of W. Wilsens k Co.
Tcuus U. PRATT. Merchant.
iVsi. W WWOHT. Merchant.
?HAS J. -TAUB, Merchant.
GILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
iso. W. CCYLK'I, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
>EO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
rons 0. ? HENWOOD Park Place.
CALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Pith Avenue and
SnwABn H. WmoHT, Newark. N. J.
JED. W FABI.EE. Counsellor.
ff. L COGSWELL, Merchant
Ut-.o it UK KEMI,
OLNERAL AGENT FO:t SOUTH CAROLIN!.
Dr. T. BEENS Ul RNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT F02 CHARLESTON.
Office No. 265 King-street,
CHABLESTON, 8. C.
PtRCHASKR9 WANTED FOK BLACK
DBAB D'ETE P iNT8. ?lightly damaged, for
law. at GEO. LITTLE* CCU King-street, nsar
ATOUIG JUAN PKOn ?KW ?otln,
.peaking fenghsh and Qermas, would like (w
get a situation as BIETENDES OB OROCKB'S
CL F EE, or any other p lac- where bis services would
be appreciated, either city or countrr. salary no
object asa good place. Adores.- HEN BT L ELK f. Ra,
DAILY NIWS Office._2*_Jnlv M
WAM ED, A WHITE-WOMAN lil THU
capacity ot h EA VI s i BESS. Apply at Ko. 14
MEETiNj-STREXT, corner of Lightwood's Alley.
July 2?_ _
OOH A Ul NEK W * NTED .-A f* TT 1-KR
BON haying FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLAB-?
which he deaires to ID vest in a profitable and well
established business, can bear of an opportunity
for doing io by addressing with real name. "'.G.,
Key Box tl, Charleston Postoffloe " 3* July M
WAJiTLD, A COMPETEN T CHILD'S
KTJB'E, either white or colored. No applt
cadons ne d be made unless the very btst referen e
can be given. To one well qualified, trood wag? a will
be efren Apply at No 12 J MEEiiNG-STREET.
July 17_ amih
WASTKD, A COLORED COOK. ANO
WASHER. Apply at south side CALHOUN
STREET, next west to St. Phillp._Joly 21
WANTED, AN ALI O SINOEK F"K
the Choir of St. Paul's Church, Badcliffe
boro'. Candidates will please apply t<> the under
eigue-l at No. 130 Wentworih-street, Professor B. E.
ECKEL, Organist of St Paul. 2_July 21
CHINESE LABOKEHS.-FA KTIKS
wishing to employ large or small numbera of
CHINESE LABOBEB8, tray make the m ceawary
arrangements for procunng gaugJ of size required,
delivered m any part of the country, by apnhcation
to EOOPMAN a CHA AP, ?an Francisco, California
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a good ?ECOND HAND pi ANO. State price
anet maker, Address W., NEWS OFFICE
WANTED. PART OF A R ?. SID El*CK
on the Battery-aay four or five roo us-for a
sm in family. Apply, by note, to C. D. E.. at thia
office._ July 9
WA.VTflO, A 8MALI Ui'USK.UF i liBtE
or lour rooms, with kitchen, in the central
part of the city. Bent not to exceed $20 per month.
Address ' M.." at thia Office._Jone 17
WANTED, BV A HARRIED MAN, A
situation in Mme Cotton Mill - outb or South?
west; ls acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them ah, but should select WEAVING as a
choice, lardes wishing to engage such a person
will please address a note, stating terms, to JOBN J.
KELLY, Ha IIS ctsts-strset, Boston. May 2d
WANTED, KV KR V HODV TO SUB.
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY/.
OHAstTJS 0. RIOHTER'S Beleot Library of New
Booka contains an of the latest publications.
april 21_No. lit KTNO-8TBEET.
WANTED-AGWNTS-TO SEUL THE
AMERICAN ENI 1 TINO; MACHINE. Price
t25. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches ptr
minnie. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston. Mass., or St Louis, Mo.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRISTINO of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prices, at lax
Mrwa Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your orders
WANTED. AGENT* FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FA'tM EUS' H0B8E BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Stewart, V. M., ol Miss.
1 he work covers the whole ground of the breeding
sud raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
bolbin sickness and health. It has won ita way to
popular favor, and ls to-day the most popular and
best selling Horse Book ont. Address 0. F. VEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
WANTED-AGENTS-475 TO MOO PICK
month, everywhere, anale and female, to in?
troduce tbs GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE. This ma?
chine will st'tch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and emnroider In a moat eucerior manner
Pi ice only $18. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay $1000 tor any machine that will'sew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than
ours. It make?- the ' Elastic Lock Stitch " Every
second - ti tc h can be cut. and still the c*eth cannot
Do pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agents
(rom $75 to ?200 per month and expenses, or a com?
mission (rom which twioi that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LOUIS, MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUTION.-Do not be imposed upon by other
partiea palming off worthless cast-iron machine*,
ander the aime name or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
SlULLTVAN'S ISLA NP.-TO RENT, IN
J one of tbe most dest able localities on iront
beach in the Town of MoultiUrville, Minivan's Is?
land, a House containing nye (6) rooms, with larne
piazza facing front, stable and good water on rrem
lees, with or without Furniture. Apply to JOBN
KENNY, No. ?8 Que. n-8treet. tuth2? July 20
rriO KENT. A (VICE SMALL HOUSE OF
X four or five rooms with piazzi, kitchen, and a
arge cistern, at $35 per month, or longer; having a
arge lot and extensive open view over the river. One
perfectly suitable, ran apph opposite, at No. 6
___________ near eoulh Bay._July 20
TO BENT, Ti IK PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY BESI
DKNCE. NO. 5 Oadaden-street, opposite Wentworth,
ipply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
Ja ie lt
REIL ??'STATE AGENTS, AND OTHEBS
having bouses to rout, can have their Plac irds,
tc, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
ind neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
rICE, No. 140 East Bay
FOR SALE, TWO MILCH COWS, O VE
with a Calf. Apply at No. 22 PiTT-aTnEET.
July 22 _1*
F?It St LE LOW, A LARGE CHURCH
ORGtN, containing thirty-five S ops.
A SMALL PARLOR tr.GAN, containing four
??lops, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply at
roBN BAKER'S OBGftN FACI OR Y, No. 13 Van
ii-r ors'-sreet. tbrtultb Jnlv 8
AT P lt 1 VATE SALE. THAT FINK
PT AND ?iii fix urea for a Grocery, corner
lalhoun and Eaat Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMIRES. tu3tu January 21
I7H3R SALE AT AIKEN, S. C., THE
; FINEST PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT in the
own. admirablv adapted for a first class Private
Boardm-* Bouse, very ne.tr the Kuiroaa Depot, on
ibe premisos there are about twenty lour IOOUB, in
eluding cottages, which could be u-ed for boarder*,
irounda elegamly laid out and the entire premises
in thorough order and r.*palr ?nd newly painted ;
?veil and cistern. Lot 300 by 300 leet.
This Bouse could be kept filled with boarders all
the year round.
With tbs bouse may be purchased some handsome
Furniture. Possession given immediately.
To persons disposed to open a large Private
Boarding House at Aiken, no such opportunity has
ret oeen u Corded. Competition need not be feared
is a dcz>n such houses could not accotnm idaie the
large number ot persons applying for boa? d.
Ter s-$12.010 cash. Purchaser to pay for papen
md for stamps.
ApiJv (rnclosing postigo stamp) to FREDERICK
A. FORD, Attorney at Law, Jeukinsatieet. Aiken,
i. O._mihi_July '9
AUCTIONEEKS, BROKERS, ?ND
others wishing "i or Sale'* Placard?, business
Janis or other Jon PrinUntr executed with neat
i"ts and dispatch, wih consult ihoir interest by leav
ng their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. No.
1-10 gag Bay.
FURt SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any ?uiutlty. Pries 75 couta per hundred
the i-heapotit wrappiu.1 paper that eau be used. Ap
Jlv at tho oare ot IH E N * WS. March 1
last anii /uanD.
STOLEN, BTU03I MRS. LEVICY (?MOKE,
0 in Holleton Couuty, two mi'e.-> Irom Walterboro',
>n tue night ol tho lUtii April list, her omy MA RE.
1 he Hare is black and rather low for ber length,
>ut well bm.t; her body loon; both tor? f*e. aud
me bind lo >t -ire whne. and branded ou the simul?
ier S. s the More was followed fifteen m iles above
iVdt-rboro' in tho direction ot Bare well. A whne
nan was r.dtug her. Mn. smoke could not have
be thiel : ol io wed tor want of means, snd her little
:rop mus' be I03' without help, any information
.elative to the Mare will be thankfully receiveo. Di
.ect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walierboro*. Coileton Coun
_._ May 21
REMOVAL.-S r lt A l SS di VANCE
have remove J to the s.ore No. 141) MEE Ti N'G
?iiitKET oppo-ito tb?- Cbitlestou Hotel, f.iruicrly
xcupied by vlessrs. Dewing, Thayc. lc Co . where
>ty axe ottering a large and complete aisortiuem ol
DUY an! FANCY GOODS. lm) JUIVS
.M ?A .. Ch STUN AG RIC I' L I V 14 Al
WAREHOUSE AND SEED SPORE.
kliRlCCL URAL IMPLEMENTS, QARDEI
ELLERJE'3 TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
o Et). E. P1NGREE
Nc. 110 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 21 Gmo
WA SHIN G rom 81 KAM v?an: ENGINE
AREGTTMR MON i H LY MEETING. OP YOUR
Company will be held, st ? our Hall, THU EVE
unto, the 22d instant at Eight o'clocs.
CHARLES Y RICHARDSON,
Joly 22_secretary W. P. Co.
WASHINGTON AKTlLliERY FRIEND?
LY SOCLE IT.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET IS G OF THE
Society will be held tais ?TI?TSG, at Eight
o'clock, at the Hal', south corner or Liber y and
By ord-r. PETER FALLON.
July 22 Secretary and Treasurer.
Notices tl panferurjtrp.
IN THE DISTRICT tOUKT OF THE
UNITED STATER FOR 80?1 H CAROLINA
JO Y lERM, 1869-IN THE MATTER OF AL?
FRED B. s ULLMAN. OF CBARLES1 OS, H. C.,
BANKR CPT-PE 11 i ION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN HANKftUPTCY -Ordered, That a
hearing be had on the TWENTY-SIX ru n ?YOF JULY,
?.D 1869. at Federal Courthouse io Charleston, S. C.;
and th t all Creditors, kc, ot said Hankrupt appear
at said time and piaee. and show canap, ii any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
By order of the Court, the 13th day of July,
1869. DANIEL BORLBE K,
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for
booth Carolina._th9_July 16
IM THE DISTRICT C' LRT OF THE
UNI TED 8 TATES, FOR SOU IH CAROLINA.
JULY TEEM. 1869- IN Tnt MATTER OF NA
IHANIEL HEYVVARL), OF CHARLES ON. BANK
RTJP1 -PETITION -OB FULL AND FINAL Dirt
CHABGK IN BANKKUPTCY - O derei, That a
bearing be had on the TWENTY-SIXTH DAT or JOLT,
A. D. 1869. at Federal Courthouse m Charleston, tv
C.; and that all Creditors kc, of said Bsnkrupt ap?
pear at said time and place, and show cause, if any
they can, why the prayer ol the petitioner < hould
not be granted.
By ord r Qr ike Court, the I3th day of July, 1869.
DANIEL HOB> BECK,
Clerk of the District Court ot the United Stoles tor
SOath Carolina._'b2 July IS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UM EDslATESFOB SOUTH CAROLINA
JULY 1 ERM. 1869-IS I BE MAT EB OF ROIiER F
s. MILLAR, BANKRUPT-PEnrioN FOR FULL
AND FINAL DI "?CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.
Orifere-i. ihat a hearing be had on the TWENTY
SIXTH DAT or JTTLY, A. D , 1869, at Federal Court?
house tn Charleston, H. C.; and thu all Creditors,
ho, of said f-ankrupt appear at said time and place,
and ?how cause, if any they can, why the prayer of
the petitioner should not be granted.
By order of the Court, the 13tn day of July, 1869.
Clerk of the Dis tria t Court of the U. S. for 9. C.
IN THE DISTRICT COUnT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB 800 CB CAROLINA.
JULY TERM, 1869 -TN THE M?TTER OF 8AM
UaL FOG AB i IE, OFCHABLK-TON. BANKRUPT.
HETIT 0* FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY - Ord? ed. Thar a hearing be had
OU the TWENTY-SIXTH DAT OT JULY, A. D. 1869, ut
Federal courthouse in Charleston, S.O.;and that
ad Credtors. Ac . of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and show <-au*e, ti any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 13th day of July, 1869.
derk of the Distrist Court of the U. S. for S. C.
July 16 _th2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
JULY TERM, 1369-IN THE MATTES OF GEORGE
0. BoBFNnON, OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT.
PETITION FOB FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
TN BANKRUPTCY.-Ord?'?i. That a hearing be
had on the TWENTY-SIXTH DAT or JOLT. A. D.
1889, st tbe Fedtr-1 Courthouse, in charleston, P.
C.; and that all Creditors, ko., of said Bankrupt ap?
pear at said time and place, and show cause, if
any they can, why the prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted.
By order or the Court, the 13th day of July, 1869.
Clerk of the District Court of the United States
Juiy 15 th2 for Scuth Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT <?F THE
UNITED 8TATES. FOB SOUIH CAROLINA
JULY TEBM. 1869-IN THE MATT K -OF B. J.
MUIRHEAD, M. D.. OF CHARLESTON. BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a bear?
ing be baden tbe TWENTIETH DAT OT JOLT, A.D.
1869. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, s. v.;
and thit all Creditors, arc, of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, ant' a ow cause, if any they
can, ?hy the prayer or tbe petitioner should not be
granted. And that the second and third meeting of
Creditor* of said Bankrupt will be held at the office
of J. 0. CARPENTER, Esq . Registrar of First sud
Second Congressional Districts. H. C.. on theTWENTr
NTNTH DAI or JULY. 1869, at 12, M.
By order of the Corrt, the 16th day of Joly, 1869.
DANIEL HO KL BECK.
Clerk ol tbe District Court ol the U. S. Tor .?. C.
July 19 mihi
THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE, I
WILT-OOX Se GIBES' ?y
SILENT SEWING MACHIN?.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR ?NRI
VAtLtD as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
bas taken thc place of over forty double thread ma?
chines in thia city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large towns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A- Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, kc, constantly on hand.
Bl Pal KING as usual ttutbly Mayl
Htm pb lira linns.
J^USSELtL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, Ac.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems ol An
and Song, with ninety-nine 1 irse steel engrav?
ing:*, imperial Svo. morocco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID TUistrited by Gustave Dore, ro?
llo. in an elegant binding, $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY HALL, Illustrated by Hcnnesy,
t octavo, $'J.
Gnat's ELEGY, with seventeen BUPIV colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction ct the
oilg'ual manuscript, Ho $0.26.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Poems ol country lire,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with tony-seven
illustrations, ito. $10
THE BIRD, by Mlchelet, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engraving* by Giacometti, $6.
CHBDJT IN SONO, or Hyms ol Immanuel, selected
lrom all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D-, 8vo, cloth
gili extra, $6.
COWPER'S i ABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti
tully illustrated by the most eminent English
Artists, 1 volume, ito, $3.
h TOBY WITHOUT AN END, from the German of Ca
rovo, large ito. with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water colors, $7 60.
CHRISTMAS CAROL, hy Charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Ey unge, small i oe'av o, $?">.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
Scottish Poets, beautifully i Uns trat ed. 8 YO, $4.
MARMION, by Walter scott, with hi teen photographic
LAYS or THE BOLY LAND, from ancient and moder
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, Svo, ?8.
CHAMBEES' BOOK or li AYS a miscellany of popular
antiquities', two large volumes, royal 8vo, $9.
The above are all in elegant bindings.
fjri) i?ooto? (Etc.
^TTENTION ! DRY GOODS BUYERS.
A FINE AND LiRGE STOCK OF
LKY ASD FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVIOUS TO TAKING STOCK,
reduce many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
wbich should not be lost -ight of by those in need of
articles in our Une.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
SOUTHWEST CORNER KING & CALHOUN ST3.
Boot-?, i?hoes. Hats and Tranks.
FOR SALE LOW.
May 3 3rro?
KXnPOwlNG AM) HAlll-CUTTI?G.
LADIES AND JHlLDkEN
attended at their residences promptly and at reaeOL
8?nd ordors to W. E. MARSHALL, Barncr,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-street (up stairs.)
FE VT NIGH IS ONLY.
Commencing THIS EVENING, July 2W, 1869.
THE OH EAT
Comical JAMBS PASTER.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PRESENTS GIVEN
Tickets SS cents. Reserved Seats 60 cents. To be
bad at Holmes' dook House.
Doors open at heir-past 7 o'closk. To commence
at half-past R o'clock. J al y 22
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SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PRICE8 ANNEXED.
BOR>ETAMING BY ANEW METBOD. 30c.
INQUIRE WITS IN for Anything yon Want to
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roost's BOOK OF TA BLE M X, 36c
WILSON'S BOOK OF BECI TAITON S AND DIA?
FROSTS DIALOGUES FOR YOUNG FOLF8, 35c.
THE PARLOR ?TAGE. A Collection of Drawing
room Proverbs, Charades and lab ?ea ni Vivants.
BRUDDER BONES' BOOK of Stump Speeches and
Burlesque O' utione, 35c.
FBO-if.i ORIGINAL LETTER W RITT EB, 55c.
M AR UN c's H* VD-BOOK of Etiquette and Guide
to True Politeness. 56c.
DAY'S AMERICAN REALY-RECEONEB. 66c.
BAR i ONS COMIC RECITATIONS aud Humorous
SMATEUU THEATRICAL S and Fairy Tale Dram?
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THE MODERN POCKET H JYLE. Containing all
the Games of fkill and Chance, 55c.
THE PARLOR MAGUIAN. 35c.
BO E OF RiDDLEs and Five Hundred Home
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BOOK OF FIRESIDE GAMES, 35s.
LIVE AND LEARN, A Guide for all who wish to
Speak and Write Correctly Sile.
THE KN AP.- ACE FULL OF FUN; or, One Thous?
and B?tions of Laughter. "5c.
THE PLATE OF CHOWDER. A Dish for Funny
HOW TO CUT AND CONTRIVE CHILDREN'S
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THE CHAIRMAN ANO SPEAKER'S GUIDE; or,
Fules for the Orderly Conduct of Public Meeting,
BOOK OF ONE THOUSAND TALES AND AMUS?
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THE COMICAL ADVENTURES OF DAVID DUF
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DE WALDEN'S BALL ROOM COMPANION, Ot
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COUBTENEY's DICTIONABY OF ABBREVIA?
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1 HE SOCIABLE; or. One Thousand and One
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HI - LGROVE'a SALL BOOM GU.DE and Com?
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i HE YOONG B E PO B TER ; or, How to Wri le short?
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HOW TO DBE8-I WITH TASTE, 20c.
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THE GtME OF WHIST, 20c.
YALE COLLEGE SCRAPE?, 30c.
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Nicholas Nlckleby, 3iu pages, 40c; Bleak Honse, 340
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ot Gcierstem, Count Robert Of Paris, Ihe Surgeon's
on receipt of the price, either in cash or stamp?,
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postpaid. CHAS. C. K1GHTEK,
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JJOOIi BUYERS WILL VINO IT TO
TBEIR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THIS
The Li-t will be Chsnged at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
FOB SALE AT
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Catalogue No. IO.
WHITE'S SCBOOL AND COLLEGE LATIN DIC
? ION ARIES, v's: Latin and English and English
and Latin 94 50; latin and Engli.-u $3; English and
Latin S2 25.
BAPTIST HISTORY, from the Tonn tatton of the
Christian Chuich to the Close of the Eighteenth
Century, by J. M. Cramo, D. D.. 92 C5.
CARKYbEAR AND HlWSON'S LIFE AND EPIS?
TLES OF ST. PAUL, complete and unabridged edi?
tion, two volume; in one, 93, wah Maps ana Engrav?
THE LIFE OF COLUMBUS, bv Arthur Helps, an?
ther of Friends in Council, .< c , 92 76.
LIFE OF LAS CASA*1. "The Apostle of the In?
dies," by Arthur Helps,92 75.
THE WEDDING DAY IN ALL AGES AND COUN?
TRIES, bv Idward J. Wood. 91 25.
THe. GOLDEN MISSIONARY PENSY, and other
Addi espc to ihe Young, by the late nev. James J
Roltm, m .uiver ot ht. Paul's, Kubura, 91 SO.
ADVICE TOA WIFE on tie Management of her
own Health, and ou the treatment of some ot the
complaints nuiden ai to Pregnancy. Lab r and
buckling, with an introductory . haptcr addr s-ed lo
a Youn Wile, by Pye Henry Chavarse, eighth edi?
tion. SI 50.
ADVICE TO A MOTHER on the Management of
her i hildren. and on the Treatment on tbe Moment
o? some ot their more Pre-sing Wneeee* and Acci?
dents, by r>\e Henry Chavaase. ninth 'ditton. 91 50.
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with answers embracing icience, Literature, Arts,
Ac, ic. $1 25.
IHE HISTORY OF PRINTING, published under
the direction of Society for Promotion of Chi tehan
AMA 1 EUR DRAMAS for Parlor Theatricals, Eve
niog Intertainment? and schools, SI 50.
ON 1 HE CAT I LE PLAGUE, Contagious Typhus
in Horned Cattle, by Bourguignon. 9125.
AiPEOIS OF HUMANITY. Brokenly MUrored in
the Even Swelling torrent ot Human Speech, 76c.
PUSEY, lleven Addresses during a Retreat of the
Companions of the Love of Jesus 92.
LAMP-, PITCHERS AND TRUMPETS. Lectures
on the Vocation ot the Preacher. Illustrated by
AU'Odoie-, ic, from the Great. Prcacncrs ot all Ages,
by Edwiu Pax'on Wood, il 75.
TH s. FALRY BOOK, the best popular Fairy Stories
selected and rendered anew, by the author of John
Halifax. Gentleman, $1*5,
ADVENTURES OF DON QUIXOTE DE LA M AN?
ORA, hegiohe edit.on. tully [l ustrale,! with colo;ed
Engravings in I waod cut?. 91 50.
UK'HAMS tNGI.I-H SYNONYMS, Classified
and Explained, S Lei by Reed, fl 75.
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try desirous of making use of our ? CIRCULATING
niiy Books pub ished in \mer ca < r Europe sent
free of .-oscageour. cetpt ot publisher's price. Ad?
FOG ARTIE'S. DOOK DEPOSITORY,
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May tl pac stuth'moa
?wmts ?n? JHiircilQBfi?.
WHEAT! WHEAT! <
AT HEW YORK AND BALTIMORE
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 10,060 BUSHELS
CHOICE WHEAT, and will pay New York
and Ballimore price?, according io quality.
July 23 thatu6 -TSP. CAMPSEN ?fe CO.
MELONS AND PEACHES.
VERY CHEAP AUGUSTA WATERMELONS, 35,
36 and 60 cents, extra large ones.
Also soft Peachna, io cents a dozen, and Peaches
for preserving for $1 60 per peck, at
M N. KLEIN'S
Chf>ap Fruit Store,
Jnly 22_1*_No gfl Klpg-street.
O AAA BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE COEN,
ejl/UU slightly heated. For tale, at a low
price, by T. J. KEBB A CO.
rn A AUGUSTA (LARGE) MB LONS, JUST AH
0 U U RIVED, and for sale st 20c to Mc a piece.
Apply ,i Mrs.O.D. KENRICK,
No. 83 Maraet-street, Routh aide.
NEW GEORGIA FLOUR,
1 Ci A SACKS NEW OEOBGIA FAMILY FLOUR, j
LOU arriving this dav per South Carolina Rall
roid, and for sale by J. N. HOBSON,
No. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Jnly 21 _nacl__2
SIDE* AND SHOULDERS.
A rv HBD9. PRIME WESTERN C. R. SIDES
"db \ / 26 hhds. Prime Western Shoulders.
For Bale by JEFFORDS A CO.
SHINGLES, SHINGLES, r
O AA AAA WfLL REASONED CYPBESS
?UU.UUU SHI VOLES, to be sold los ?fl
the lowest for cash, by
C. J. SCQLEPEOBELL.
No. 37 Line-street, between King and st. Philip.
ALOT OF CYPRES-* POVTS AND PLANES;
Also, a lot of A>H PLANKS, 8 and 4|j inches
tniok, now landing by Steamer Marion on Mar*
sball'H Wharf. J. MARSHALL, Jr.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE, WHOLEjd
SALE AND BETAIL, by Dr. H. BAEB, No fl
131 MEETING-STREET- ^
WOLF'S SCHIEDAM c CH HAPPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Soothlo? Syrup
Perry Davis' ealnaiUer ?
Me rican M na tang Linament fl
jfahnetrock's Vermituge fl
Faery's. Dead Shot, A-c, ax., ke?
June 26 Hath
$100 PER DAT DISCONTINUED
TT AYING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
JjL widespread sale for "CENTUBT' brand cf
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, we desire to announce
that we shall not pack daily 9100 tn the small tin?
foil papen after this date, July 1st, its merits being
so favorably recognised that this inducement is no
forger neortsary. To avoid misapprehension, how?
ever, we would add that we shall cont?me to pack
orders for elegant MEERSCHAUM PIPES in our
"Yacht Club" and "EurekaM brandi of ?wmkfa;
The "Yacht Club" is devoid of Nicotine, and can?
ne t injure the health, and is especially recommend?
ed to people of sedentary occupations or nervous
The trade are Invited to send for circulars.
July 17_stnthlmo_New York.
H, & H. W. CATHERWO0D18
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD ;
IN OBDEB TO FACH IT ATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PUBE OLD MONONGAHELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we bave appointed Mesara. H. GERDTS k
CO. our Agent?, who by tnis arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade st prices wMch aili insure
satisfaction. H. A H. W. CATHEE WOOD.
H. cfc H. W. CATHERWOOOD'8
EX TBA FINE PORE OLD
rn BARBELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
0\J WHI-KIE-i. consisting of X, XX. XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landing, and for salo low by
H. GERDTS k CO.,
jQT-.e 13 stuthSmo_No. East Bay.
|7AST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA.
VJ BLE, most delicious and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soups, Ac, put up lal lb. pack?
ages, with directions for nae.
Deeiccat-d cocoanut, for Pies, Pudding!, Cake?,
kc, put op in half th. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American In half pints, pints
Cider and White Wine Vinegar, warranted pnre
Fresh Hoaated'Llo Cottee, of good quality, at 35o.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPEB A i TVE GBOCEBY STORE,
Southwest corarr Meeting and Market streets.
Good? delivered tree._May 28
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BY
Dr. H. RAE ft,
June 26 No. 131 Meeting-street
li . FILLET,
TROT, NEW YORK,
MANTJFAC TTTBEB OF
9rOTES, RANGES, REATE BS, HOLLOW
14 PHILANTHROPIST," " CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AND ron SUB ur
D. lu FULLERTON,
AUGUSTA, GA. ?
THESE STOVES 8TAND CNR IY ALL ED FOB
capacity, durability, convenience - and the general
purpose* to which Cook'nu Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST ls e.traheav? puted, and bas
Ash Drawer; can oe mad? inio a --ix boiler hole
?tove: bax east iro? Witor Taut galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly flrst-cla-e >W'e. Tte
CIVILIAN ls ol a neat design, and ba. a fine large
Oven. This Stove ca? be had with th <xtension
oark. fix h ?les, and reservoir wheu oesh...
For further iniormat?on apple to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January 3C tn.o? Augusta, Ga
J. St llLEl'EGKLLI..
Nb. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBEB OF EVERY. DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATBS, PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, 4c, con?
stantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12 mthalyr
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MEECHA A 7. .
SALES OF HEAL ESTAI E. STOCK9, BONDS, 8*
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. 97 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, B. C. ^_
Hon. HEN ll B01M. W. J. U?GRATH, Esq;.
General JAMES CONN Kit, T. R. WARING, Esq.