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Tr SM6-1 UX.T KIWI, one yeer.98 00
1 '?XLT Narwa, six months.3 00
VAILT Nxwa, tone montas.a 00
. Xaj-Waxaxr Nrws, ona year.8 00
TB^WBEBXT Saws, six months.9 00
PATHS ir iaTartablj In ad nt ce. No paper sent
Bulee* tb? cash accompanies the order, or for a long?
er Urne than paid for.
Tax DAJXT Haws wm be sorted to tnbicrlbers In
lae etty at 16 cents a week.
AJ>TXHliKEMt3TH -First insertion, 15 cents a line;
lobseqasnt insertions, 10 cents a line. Business
ftotieeal 20 Cents a hne. Marriage and Funeral .No?
ll ?es, On* Polia- eaeb.
.Y ? tr s s uar At A nr.
-Sold closed in New York on Saturday ac?
tive at S6}a86*.
- -Cotton closed steady;1 sales 1200 bake at
-In Liverpool on Saturday cotton closed
firm ; uplands 12, J. ; Orleans 13al3Jd.
-Twenty-three States have adopted the
Fifteenth amendment. Four more are required
to make'it s- part of the>constitution.
-There will be four negro members in the
Virginia Senate, and fourteen io the House,
Two of them are Conservatives, and the rest
axe Eadie ila.
-Senator Cole, of California, thinks that
Mexico is tbs destined goal of Asiatic emigra?
tion on this continent, and wanta it diverted hi
that direction. - -
-A coi respondent of the Anti-Slavery St and
ard calls on that journal to cote the fact that
loti a Brown'? Hymn was entirely omitted from
the'Peace Jubilee programma.
- -Dr. Mettauer, ot Macon, Qa?, bad a 1 arrino
hand-to-hand fight with ? colored highwayman
the .other night. He succeeded in .planting a
knife blade in his antagonist's shoulder.
. -The beat oration at tba. resent commence?
ment of Trinity CoDoge, Hartford, Conn., was
delivered by W. Byron Buckingham, of Barn
well County, SJ C. His subject waa Ignatius
-The colored mechanics' of Baltimore and
the State of Maryland are organizing into
trader' unions and societies of their own, as
tba wh.to man refuse to admit them into their
-The Supreme Court of North Carolina has
Just docided that intermarriage between -a
member of toa colorad, race and a member of
.the white xaco is unlawful; and therefore raid,
according to the lawa of the State.
- ;: -Cap tain E. G. Barney, agent of the Selma,
Borne and Dalton Railroad, has sold;condition
?By, twenty thousand ac e? of land belonging
to the railroad, and lying in Calhoun County,
Jala., to a company of one hundred and sixty
-Secretary BevjtweU, the otber day, in
answer td an 'inquiry when he intended to
make another sale'* of gold, replied that he did
not know when another sale would ba made,
but that he was Dot inclined to sell gold antil
tho premium shall be greater than at present.
-A colored man named Francis Grant, an
employa at the brick yard of Messrs.. LaBoohe,
Chappell A Co., near Savannah, ascended to
Uta top ot the kim on Friday last for the pur?
pose of Lighting his pipe, and while there was
struck by lightning and instantly killed,
i -The agesta of tba Government of Brazil
having promised to the American emigrants
who weat there a great quantity of acres,
rations and supplies generally, it seems a proof
of basent-es and treachery that ia no instance
did thegoTernuTehr perform ita contract.'' One
who ata?ed out with three thousand dollar?
. carnelian*: without a penny. .
t: -A reassessment of the income lists of tho
citizens of Waahiogton baa been ordered by
.the Beveeue Bureau, occasioned by the nume?
rous c J ? plaints' of fal se returns, and numbers
of charges that wealthy people hare mide no
r?turnB at alL lt ia not improba We that simi?
lar orttere w?a be issued to the rssessors of all
tba principal cities of the country.
-The aanouueement of an express train that
shan run from Liverpool to London in four
hours ia a remarks ble 'event. The distance is
two hundred miles, and in order to make the
filly mflea per hour it will be necessary to
make it a through train-that is, to allow no
'stop between the two places. The necessity of
stopping for water is obviated by mechanical
-Tue discussion of the retaros of incomes
by citizens of New York, has brought to the
notice of the revenue bureau some remarkable
facts. One merchant on being overhauled \ as
found to have evaded the tax to such an extent
that hi owed the government seventy-six
thous* td dollar?, and had to disgorge; another
owed twenty-six thousand dollars ; several had
evaded to the extent of twenty and twenty-five
thousand, and so on for quantity.
-A brilliant matear, of an emerald green
color, and apparently as large as the moon's
a :mi-di ame ter, was seen in New York on the
evening of July 20, at 9 h nura S3 minn'ea. It
moved alow y into sight at a point In the north?
east about forty-five degrees abjve tbe hori?
zon, and a\fta passing for fire seconds with its
train of red, yellow and blue, over an arc of SO
degrees, in a direction north by west, it sud?
denly disappeared. This matear is reported
to be very remarkable, as it oast a deep sha?
dow even under a moonlit sky.
-The first suit for divorc? from a Mormon
has been put on record. The Fourth District
Court in San Francisco recently granted a di?
vorce to a young and beautiful lady who was
married to Joseph J. Smith, of Salt Lake City.
The lady testified that Smith ia a deacon ia the
Mormon Church, and that he always treated
her kindly, they having lived pleasantly to?
gether lor several years. Recently, however.
Smith concluded to have a second wife to
which Mrs. Smith objected, and 60 wbpn the
deacon took homo bis now bride, wife No. 1
returned to her mother.
-From the time of Peter the Great np to
about a month aeo, the priestly character bas
been hereditary. in Russia, and the Le vit ?cal
. caste so formed bas increased io numbers and
poverty until it came to number with its fami?
lies nearly 700,0001 This hereditary character
the Czar baa abolished. A ukase prepared in
' silence, and unexpectedly published, entirely
changea an institution wbioh h s hitherto been
the mainstay of autocraoy. Vested interests
are caiefuliy respected. It born of priests
and deacons the children o' the clergy will
henceforth have the social position of gentry,
while those of parents who are lower in the
hierarchy are now placid on an equality with
the opper grade of the mercantile class. They
are to continue ah?o to hare tbe benefit; of the
cantable and educational establishments
hitherto m ii nt a'med for the clergy.
-The United States steamer Seminole, Corr?
io Wer E. H. Owea, which left Norfolk. Va.,
on the 11th instant under sealed or lera on a
secret oxiiedition to ibo Hayden waters, is
now understood to hare sailed for the purpose
cf< oaptunag the Hayden privateer Hero.
! Tais latter vessel bas long been preying ex<
, teusively on American commerce in that lat?
. tude. It is stated on semi-official authority
that tbe ordeis ot Comm ander Owen ore to
j capture the Hero and bring ber at onoe to
Washington. Engineers Smith and Yan Clame,
of the Gosport Navy Yard, a number of extra
officers and a full crew and armament left on
the Semin?te, and* it is expected she will be
heard from shortly. The last heard of the
privateer was that she waa seen in Gonaives
Bay with an American schooner in custody,
the captured vessel flying the St. Domingo
flag, with the American ensign beneath. The
Haytien privateer is also said to have a large
amount of specie on board, which materially
enhances the value of the prize among the
crew of the Semin?le.
-The arrangements of the Ocumenical
Council L^gm to assume shape. There will be
a certain number of preliminary councils held,
according to the Peraeveranz?, each of which
will be presided over by a Cardinal specially
named by the Pope as his locum teneos, and
the results will then be proclaimed as canoni?
cal laws in the sessions, presided over hythe
Pope himself. There will be about ten or
those sessions, but they are Dot to be a "cleri
c il parliament," but assemblies, to which cer?
tain propositions will be read, and which will
vote upon them by acclamation and without
dUcuaeSau whatever. The programme, as at
present flied, gives for the respective sessions
the following subjects: First, pantheism, ra?
tionalism, naturalism, absolute rationalism, in
nine theses; second, moderate rationalism, in
seven theses; third, indifferentism, tolerant
ism, in four theses; fourth, socialism, commun?
ism, secret societies, Bible societies, liberal
clerical societies, in six theses; fifth, errors on
the church and its rights, in twenty theses;
sixth, errors on society and its relations to the
church, in seventeen theses; seventh, errors
on natural and Christian morals, in ten theses;
eighth, on the Christian marriage, in ten
theses'; ninth, on the sovereignty of the Pope
of Borne, in two theses; tenth, on modern libe?
ralism, in four theses.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1869.
Th? Blue Midge Kat Uro ad Contraet.
We print, with pleasure, in another part
of to day's paper, a letter from President
Harrison and Director Cameron, members of i
the Executive Committee of the Blue Ridge
Railroad Company, in reply to the State?
ments of our correspondent "Lix." These
gentlemen, whose integrity of purpose has
nevar hean questioned by Ta a NEWS, ad
mit that the account of the original bids, as
given by "Lux," was substantially correot;
bat they malee a direct Issue of fact with
eur correspondent as to the comparative
amona t of * he re vised blds.aud as to the other
otroamstances under whioh the award of
the contract waa finally mads. In regard
to these matters "Lux," who is abundantly
able to take care of himself, will doubtless
be heard from in good time.
There are other points, however, upon
whioh the people of the State would gladly
have heard what Messrs. Harrison and
Cameron might have had to say. These
members of the oommittee might have ex?
plained to ns why a job estim tte i only a f e w
weeks ago to cost $6,000,000 has now been
given to a contractor at $8,700 OOO. They
might have been a little more speoifio aa to
the "collateral" advantages of the bid ef
eriswell & Co., whioh, as they vaguely im?
ply, influenced the award- Andr mire than
all, they might have squarely said to our
people, whether, knowing what they know
and seeing what they must have seen, they
believe the charge that Governor Soott is
largely interested in the contract of eris?
well & Co. to be true or false.
As the oase elands, the people of South
Carolina ara mach iaotined to regard their
Chief Magistrate as an adept in the art of
"Confounding the dinerchce 'twixt mewn and turn*
By eonverthiR tt all into ruvm."
Wa HATS a healthy sign from North Car?
olina. The Supreme Court of that State,
in the case af th? University.Railroad Com?
pany v?. W. W. Holden, Governor, and the
Public Treasurer, decides against the com?
pany. The question raised involved the
constitutionality of largs appropriations for
all the uew works chartered by the profli?
gate Radical Legislature. The'decision,
coming from reconstructed judges, had
an instantaneous effect, in raising the
value of North Carolina bonds. The New
Y rk Herald, of Friday, says :
"North Carolinas, now, were the features of |
State bonds to-day, advaaoing sharply on the
sec jud call to 51, in consequence of tbe re?
ceipt of telegraphic advices from. North Caro?
lina to the effect that the Supreme Court of
that State had declared all bond appropria?
tions authorized to new railroads by the 1 ant
I egialature unconstitutional. As the bonds
whioh are now a good delivery at the Stock
Exchange are not effected thereby, and as this
decision excludes a large amount it was ex?
pected would come on the market, the logic of |
the advance is obvious. ?
SKA aoiiio steamer? are likely soon to be
a familiar sight aa the bosom of the Father
of Waters. The St. Louis Board of Trade
have matured their projeot of making that
city a seaport, and placing it in communi?
cation with all other ports by means of pro?
pellers, so far that the] -ive appointed a
oommittee to reoeive subscriptions for the
first steamship. The vessels are to be of |
tight draft, and it was asserted at a meet
ng on last Tuesday evening that euch ves?
sels would prove saeoetlful at sea. If the
-ub- cripiious come in now as freely as is
anticipated, the people of the Mississippi
River banks will see topmasts und royals
farther up mau they did during the war
The plan militates against the elevator tja
it-m that was so lately inaugurated, as it
does against all current methodd of trans?
portation. Its praotical value, of course,
ean only be determined by experiment.
SAY ANSAH, as we have already noticed,
aspires to become the terminus of a line of j
s'eamships to ply between the North Ger?
man Confederation and one of the Sou'hem
Atlantic ports. A meeting of ihe merchants
of that city was held on Thursday last, to
receive the report of oommittee charged
with looking after the interests ot Savan?
nah, ia connection with the pio.iosed enter?
prise. The committee, of wiich General
Jjsepn E Johniton was chairman, made a
rvport huhly fl titer.ng to the prospects of
Savannah, which was unanimously adopted.
Would it not be worth while for the busi?
ness community of Charleston to move in a
simu i,r direction '.'
Tnt XV my the Money Goes.
Tte Slate census appears to be bat an
other expedient for filling the pockets of
the Radical understrappers, black and
white, with the people's money. By the
9th section cf "An act to provide for the
"enumeration of the inhabitants of the
"State," the census taker receives as a
compensation for bis services, fire dollars
per day, and his assistants four dollars per
day, while aotually employed. The George?
town Times informs us that it took three
assistants five days to take the censos at
North and South Islands, which at twelve
dollars, makes the comfortable little sum
of sixty dollars, or more than three dollars
for eaoh head of a family visited. The
Times pertinently asks : "Gan the chief cen
"sus taker tell us why it was necessary for
"all three of his assistants to wait at one
"time on the head of eaoh family on South
"Island ? Gould not the same objeet be
"accomplished by one oompetent assistant,
"and eight dollars per day saved to the
Wa ABB glad to see that our contempo?
rary, the Barnwell Sentinel, vehemently
disclaims any wish to oppose or disoourage
white immigration: and while we think its
intimation that we have unfairly repre?
sented its position hardly warranted by
anything that has appeared in this paper,
we will cheerfully pledge the best endeavors
of THB Na wa to "send to Barnwell County
a thoueand or t ven ten thousand foreigners
or Northerners-anybody, in short, but
Chinese or Africans"-the service whioh
eur contemporary exacts from uo aa the
p -ice of its forgiveness.
Mullets ii Pan?roptc?.
III TUB DISTRICT COURT OF TUE
UNITED STATES, FOB bOOTH CAROLINA.
JULY Tc.BM, 1869. - IN THE MATTES OF
E. M. 8 KA li BOOK., OF HLUFFiON. U.C., BANK?
RUPT.-PETITION FOB FOLL AND FINAL Dld
OflABOK TN BANKRUPT Y.-Ordered, That
haarmg be bad on the iwcrana nar or ACQUIT,
1809, at F?dund Courthouse In Greenville, 8. C.;
and that all creal tors, frc., of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and p a? and ehow cause, if any they
eas, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
grantee!. And that the second and third meetings
of Crediton of sail Bankrupt wiU be held at the
offl e of J. a CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of First
and Second Congressional Districts, 8. 0., on the
TRIBTIXTB DA-? or J ULT 1889. at 13 M.
By order of the Court, the 234 day or July, 1889.
Clerk ef the District Court of the U. 8. for 8. 0.
IN THB DISTKICf COURT OF THB
UNHID STA TEH FOB 800TB CAROLINA.
JULY nra M. 1869.-IN -> HE MATTER OF EDWARD
W. SEABROOK, OF BDIrfTO ISLAND. & C.
PETITION FOB FULL AND FINAL DISOHABGE
IN BINKBUPTOY- Ordered, lhat a hearing he
bad on the TwxirrarrH SUT or Auousr, 1869,
at Federal Courthouse in greenville, H. 0.; and
that all creditors, Ac of said Bankrupt appear |
at said time and place, and show ct use. if iny
they cm, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be eran ted. And that the t&smd and third
meednga of creditors of raid Bankrupt will be held at I
the office of J. 0. OABPcNlEK, Esq.. Registrar of |
First and second ?'oogressional Districts, 8. C., on
the TUT R Tram BAX or J ULT, 186 J, at 19 M.
By order of the Court, the 23d dav of Julv, 1869
DANIEL HOKLBE' K,
Clerk of the District Court or the U. s. for 8. 0.
IN THB lMSTttlCI' Cul Ki OF THU.
UNITED STA ItS. FOB SOUTH Ot BOLIN A.
JONE Th RM. 1869-IN 'IHK M Af TLB OF J. M.
MUIRHEAD, BANKRCPT.-PETITION FOB FULL
A >D FINAL I)[-CH A HOE IN B .NKBOPTCY.
Ordered. That a bearing be bad on thc TWENTIETH
OAT or AUGUST, A, D, 1869, at Fedenl Courthouse
in Cbirle-ton, s. c.; and that all cteditors, Ac, of
said Bankrupt appear at ?all time and place, and
show cause, if anv wey can, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not be granted. And 'that the
second and third meeting ot Creditors of eatd Bank?
rupt will be brid at tbe office of J. C. CABPK.N1 ut,
Esq., Registrar of First and Second Conare'sinnal
Dimrlcta, -. C., on theTWXRTT Mirra DAT or JULV,
1869, at 12 al.
By order of the court the 16th day of Ju'y. 1869.
DANIEL H ;RLBL(
Clerk of the District Court of tbe U. 8.
July 19 n>2 tor South umlloa.
IN THK DISTRICT COU HT ?'F TUB
UNITED STATES. FOB 8<>U1H CAROLIN
JULY TEB54. 1869-IN THE MATT B OF B. J.
MUIRHEAD, M. O.. OF CHARLESTON. BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOB FULL AND FINAL Dla
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-defered. That a hear?
ing be had on the rwr.irrrr.rn DAT or JULY, A. D.
1869. at Federal Oourtbouso in Charleston, H. 0.;
and th <t all Creditors, Ac., of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, ano s ow cause, If any they
can, ?hy the pray?* of the petitioner should not be
granted. And that the second and third meeting of I
Creditor.- of said Bankruot ?ill beheld at the office |
of J. O. CARPEN I LU, Esq. Registrar of Fir?t and
Seoond Cooi ress'onal Di?tricts. s. C., on the xwnrrr
??INTB DAI or JOXT. 1869, at 12. M.
By order of the Covrt, tbe 16-h day of Jory, 1869.
derk of tbe Dist net Court ol the U. 8. for s. c.
July 19 ruthi
UNIVKK8I1Y OF VI HG! MA. -THK
Session of this Institution conmenoe* anau
all i on ibo first day ot October, and continues, ?nth.
out interruption, rill tho Thursday prece ling the
four h of Jnly ensuing.
The organia ?rion of the Institution ls very com?
pte e embraolog extensive ?sd thorough cour-es
of instruction la LITERATURE AND SCIENCE,
and In the Proiaaslons of Law, Medicine and Engi?
1 be expensa of the Academic or Law Student, ex?
clusive of the cost of text books and elothing and
pocket money, amount to about S36S per ses?
sion o' nine montai; aud of the Engineering or
Me Heal 8tudent to asout $395. of which HUIES, re
spechvelv, 1220 or S250 is payable on admission, and
the Oklance in tbe progrei* of th J t?salo ?.
For details send for catalogue.
P 0., ..Univ-rslty of Virginia."
8. M AU PIN,
Jnly M Imo Chairman ol the Ftoulty.
PRESIDENT, GENERAL B. E. LEE,
AIDED BI A FULL COUPS or FBorzssosH.
THE NEXT PE3?I0N OPENS SEPTEM BEB 16TH,
1869, and closes Jure iStb. 1870.
In addition >o th? revelar Collegiate Course, tbe
Pro'esrional school* of Law and Civil and Mmlug
Engineering, are in tull opeiatmn.
Necessary expenses, from ?300 to (379.
For catalogue, address J M. LEECH.
July 19 Imo Clerk of Fae >lty.
REMOVAL.-SI'HAUSS di V ANC fe.
havo remove 1 to the Store No. 119 MEET. NO
Si ?PET opposite tho Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewinsr, Thaye A Co. where
they are ofteriue a lsjvo and complete a-sortment of
DRY and FANCY GOODS. im> July 6
J T. HUMPfeHUYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND CO JU MD'
??ALES OF BEAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BONDS, 8B
OU RUTES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ?7 B KO A 1>-S T It K K F
CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
Hon. HEN ?? BUIST, W. J. MAURATB. Esa
General JAMKS OONNKR, T. R. WARING Esq.
JAMES xsox.JOH? omi
J? N O X & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Vo. 125 SMITHS WHARF. BALTIMORE,
OONS'i-NMENiS OF COTTON, BICE, Ac, BE
8PEUTFCTLY sahciied. an.; literal advances made
thereoa. Orders for CORN and BaCON promotly
executed with eare and attention. 8mos May re
WAV? ED, A CO.?Pfl'??T AVHaUtU
go to Georgia to take charge of four children
for two monthi. hecomu.endationa required. Ap?
ply at Ko 89 MONTAG Ctol KEE 1.
WANTED, A < OhPHEil MAX, PUK
a permanent country Jot), capable of doing
wheelwright and blacksmitb work, apply to CAME
BOT?, BnBKLtcY-ft VP.. July 84
PURCHASERS WA MBU PO rt BLACK
DBAH D'EIE PANTS, ?lightly damaged, for
83 59, at GEO.' LTTTXB ft CO.'S. Klng-Btreet, near
Market _6 _July aa
COPAHTNEK WtkTED,-A*Y PBB>
BON haring FIFTEEN I HOUSANODOLI.AB
whlcb he desires to inTeat in a profitable and weil
established bus.ce?, can bear of an opportunity
for doing ao by addressing with real name. " . G..
Key Box 63, Charleston Postofflce " 8? July 2?
WANT KO, A COLORED COOK ANO
WASHER. Apply at i-outh aide CALHOUN
8TBEET, next weat to st. Phillp._July 21
WASTED TO PURCHASE FOIt CASH,
a good ECO SD HAND PIANO, state price
and maker. Address VT., NEWS O FIT 'E
WA XT flu, A SM A LL Hl>USE,OF 1HBEB
or four rooms, with -Lehen, in the central
part of the city. Bent not to exceed $20 per month.
Address "M.," at thia Office._June 17
WANTED, BY A MAKHIED MAX, A
situation in ?oma Cotton Mill -outb or South?
west; is acquainted with all bnucbes, having work?
ed in them all, but should s leet WEAVI.IQ a? a
choice. 1 arbes winbin, to engage sacha perso?
.ill please address a note, atating lenna, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 1?8 ^te-atroet, Bo?ton. May U
WAX TED, EVERklUlO* TO MOB- I
SCRIBE to the CTBCrLATTN? L1HRAKY
C H ABLES 0. BIGt_lE_t*8 SeleC Libraiy of New
Booka contains all of thc lat**: pnbUeotions.
April 21. No. 161 K'NO-STHEKT.
4ITANTI-D-AGKXT8 - TO SELL T?1E
VT A M LE IC A v KNI'TLNG MACHINE. Price
$35. The Bimpleat, cheapest and best Kiiittiog Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,00* I fitch ea pr
minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. , ddresa
AMEBIOAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston, Masa., or St Louis, Ms.
WANTED, EVEKYBUUT TO KN WW
that JOB PEI STING of all kinda, plain and
ornamental, la executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New York pri<-ea,at ?ss
Mws Job Office. No. 149 EAST BAY Call and ex?
amine the seale of prices before giviog your orders
WANTED. AGENT- FOR CHE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng.
Uah and German, by Bo bert stewart, V. M., o? Misa,
the wora covers the whole ground *f the breeding
and raising, and the treatment or horses and males,
both in Biasness and h saith. It bas won it? way to
popular favor, and is txlay the moat popular and
beat selling Horse Book ont Address 0. F. YEN
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
WANTED-AGENTS-$75 TO SiuO PEU
month, everywhere, male and female, to in
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SWING MACHINE. This ma
chine will st'tch, hem, fell, tack, quilt, cori, bind,
braid and emt.rolder in a moat superior manner
Pi ice only $18. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay $1000 for any BMchine that will aew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than
oura. It makes the ' flute Leek Stitch " Every
second ?fatch can be cat, and still the cloth cannot
he pulled swart without ta-rai it. We pay agents
from $76 to free per month sud expenses, or a com?
mission from which twiee that amoant can be made.
Address, ?BCOafB ft CO., RTT8BUBG, PA.; ST.
LOUIS. MO., or BOSTON, BABB.
CAUTION.-Do not be lat wo sod upon by other
parties palming off wu.i.te- cast-iron machinen,
under the same name or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav t
rlt EXT, TUE TAREE ?PPEK .
STORIES of the ADG-B BUILDING, each J
floor forming a flue hall, being 95 feet deep and 54
feet wide with a, bold warranee oi King-street; will
be fitted up to ault any purpose for which they may
be desired. App?y to J. L. M I8ES, Collector ant'
Beal Batate Agent, No. SI Broad-street.
TO KENT, THE PLEASANTLY .?.ITC
AI ED TWO AND A HALF STORY BEVI?
DENCE, No. 6 Oadsden-atreet, opposite. Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
June 14 *_
EBAL ESTATE AGENTS. ANO OTHERS
having houses to reut, can have their Placard*,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
.ICE, No. 149 East Bay
FOU BALK. ONE HU N D ft K D THOUS?
AND ACBE3 OF LAND lu Kershaw County,
CONS ians c. or:
FIFTY VhRY SELECT FARMS near Camden and
on tbe Bailroad, varying ia size from 150 to SOO acres
These and adjoloing Farms are being taken by our
best ciiiaens, and afford every advantage tor health?
ful, cornier able and profitable farms.
M\NY LARGE AND CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market
DESIRABLE RESIDEN 3 ES in Cam Jen and Kirk?
B-VEBAL LABOE TRACTS OF WOOD LAND
A few very VALUABLE &ITES for manufactories.
Address, WM. M. SHANNON,
Attorney at Law, Camden. H. C.
July 28 _pac_ Imo?
fJNOR SALK AT AIKEN, 8. C., THE
JD FINEST PRIYATE ESTABLISHMENT in thc
town, admirably adapted for a first class Private
Boar Jin ?> House, very near the Railroad Depot, On
thepreaises there are about twenty-four rooms, In
clading cottages, which could be u*ed for boarders.
Grounds elegantly laid oat and the entire premises
in thorough order and repair and newly painted;
well and cistern. Lot SOO hy 300 feet.
Thia Bouse could be kept filled with boarders all
the year round.
With the bouse may be purchased some bandsomo
Furniture. Possession given immediately.
To person* disposed to open a large Private
Boarding House at Aiken, no such opportunity had
yet oeen afforded. Competition need not be feared
aa a derm such bousei could not accomm xlate thu
large number of persons applying for boa J.
Ter 8-412.010 caah. Purchaser to pay for papers
and for stamps.
Apply (?ncloslng postage atamp) to FREDERICK
A. FORD, Attorney at Law, Jenkins street. Aiken,
S. 0._mthl_July '9
AUCTIONEERS, BROKERS, INO
others wishing "tor Kale" f lacard*, Business
Carda, or other Jon Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their lutereBt by leav?
ing tbe>r orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
U9 East Bay.
FOR SALK, OLD NEWSPAPERS IX
any quantity. I Tic1 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrappto? paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at tba office of THE N K ws. March 1
rYTHK COPARTfl RRSHIP HERETO
X FOBE existing under the name of JOHN FRA?
SER ft 00. la herehy dissolved by mutual consent.
Either pavrtnet will sign the name of the finn tn
liquidation. THEO. D. WaGNEB.
BAN J. F. HU iE H.
Charleston, S. e., Joly SI. I860.
TBE UNDERSIGNED H*VB TBI3 DAY ASSO?
CIAI ED themselves together ander the name of
WAGNER, HUGEBftCO.for the transaction of a
O-N EB AL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
THEO. D. WAGNER.
BEN J. F. HUlOCB.
Charleston, P. C. Joly 21.18C9. July-il
HA RLESTON HOTEL
CHABLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIB.S.-CLA.BS BOTELPtI 'UATED IN A
pleasant location, and io the bu -moss portion of tho
cit , rend -rs it the most desirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests. . he accommodations
areun?uri>aa>ed. havi-ig exieusiv.'i suited ot elegant y
tn-ni-ted apartments lo. f iniiiesa d single eentlc
ru'-n lb? proprietor will endeavor io maintain tho
tn J h reputation e'joyed by the ">'harleaion" a* a
hint class boase, ana no effort ?lil be s?urod to de?
serve a continuance of thc liberal patronage hereto?
fore be-tovve I upon it
The besi of Live y accommodations will be found
adjoining the establishment.
I be bouse i - supplied with the celebrated Arte
fian Water, bf which de.iahtfnl ba'hs can be bad
either day or night ?- H. Jsi'K-OV,
July 13 Proprietor.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COM HOL IOCS BOUSE, LOUAI*
BD comer ot Broad wa? and Korty-pecotid-sireet.
possessen a J vantages ovt-r all other hounes ror the ru
cottmodation oi lt* guests. It waa built express i>
for a fir.-t-ri family bnardtng bouse-tho roomr
bein, largo and en salle, heated hy meato-wlib nu
and cold w ter. and furnished second to none; while
tbe culinary department ls in the most experience,
minds, allorUiug irueeta au uneqaal>d table.
line of Atwood's Patent Elevators is aiso eoiouv
thc "modem improvements" auu ai the survies rp
guests at all boura.
Thc Broadway and Cnivcr3try Plac Cars pass the
door everv tour minutes, rurniU' from the ''lij
Hall io Central Pa k, while the Mxtb au-1 eventL
Avenue 'lned are hut a short block on eitLot aide,
aQordingample facilities for communicating with ui
.he depo's, steimhoat landings, ulare* of axenae.
ment and buBlneas of the great metro polia.
MORE Si HOLLEY, Proprietors.
FKlfcAD?HIr LODi.B, ito. 9, A. F. H.
1>IIR REGULAR COMM UN IC AT ON OF TBI3
Lodge will be held Ta? i- VENINO ut Masonic
HnU, et Eight o'clock. Cant li?tes for the F. 0. De?
gree wt?l be punctual. By oraet W. M.
Joly 20_J. H. LOEB, Secretary.
JKTMA ST KAM VI KB BIGINB COM?
AN EXTttA MEEI INO OF YOUS COMPANV
win be held at your Bal Queen-street, THIS
LVENINO, 26th instant, at h ?If pa<t Eight o'clock
Hy order. COMMITTEE.
BUUNs' CIIAR1 I'ABLE ASSOClATION.
rnBEBEQULAB MON I 8 LY MEETING OF TBE
JL above Association wi 1 be held at Kroeg's Hall,
Went worth -6tree t, 1 HIS EVENTHO, at Eight o'clock.
MttCilAtllCS' UtflOV, No. 1,
ASPECIAL SEsg'ON OF YOUR ORGANIZA?
TION will be beti i HTS (Monday) EVENING, at
right o'clock precisely, at the rattle Fire Company's
Ball, M?eiing-streot, at which the attention of
aveiT-_ea.bi.-i ls directed, as business ol importance
will <<e tran???ted
By jr Ur WM. W. HART.
July 26 1 Secretary M. 0., No. 1.
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THE PARLOR BTAGE. a Collection of Drawing
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. TOBT WITHOUT AN EMO, bom the German of Ca
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SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
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MARMION, by Walter ycctt. with fifteen photographic
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y (JUN D . A L K A A N U K lt ,
NOT ART PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IS Broad-itrcrt.
RESPECT FULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AE
J Chi IN j ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either in part or whole, Ac. January 9
1 G KA .TW TABLEAUX EXHIBITION
Will be given at MILITARY HALL, nnder the aus?
pice- of the
ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
OF CH ABLESTON.
To commence on
Mond*y Evening, 26tb. instant,
And continue for ten successive nights.
Admirion only 36 cents. Children 16 cents
Tickets can be procured at the door.
I he patronago of the public is moat respectfully
solicited, as the Committee has pledged themselves
to spare no pains in malting this one of the moat
attractive entertainments of the season. Befreah
menta at city prices.
Boors open at 7. Performance begins at half-past
8 o'clock. Change cf performance each evening.
8. IL OB ANT. Leader.
T. 8. DENNIS90N,
Joly 36. Chairman Committee.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised in 1859 .
ALL POLIO E8 NON-FORFEirABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTYl PEB CENT.
ST AT Eli! XT
Polices in force.$315,000.000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 50$,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. BOOKER, Vice-president.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
O.A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. J -ires HABPEB, Firm of Harper k Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOBS J. CRANE, President Bank Republic
Wac M. VEBVTT.YE, Banker (YermUye k Co.)
CHAS G. ROCK woo n. Cashier Newark Banking Com*
Hom GEOBOE OFDTXS, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. M o BOAH, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Bigney k Co.
BEN;. B^HXB-AN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Company.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
I?. V. HAUOHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haughwoat k Co.
WM. WILSENS, Firm of W. Wilkens & Co.
JCLTUS H. PEATT, Merchant.
WAL W. WRIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. .-TAO-, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CCTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHSHWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Comer Fith Avenue and
En WAND H. WHIG irr, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. L. CoodWELL, Merchant.
GENERAL AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN 5 UER NA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
t'lllce No. 865 King-street,
CH ABLESTON, S. O.
January 13 nae lyr
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
FIBE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPABATE
and distinct by charter. $10u,000 paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company.
Stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen cf
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent, ol its earnings to the Stockholders; the
rest o f the profits divided among th? Policyholders
on the c ntubution plan.
tire Department baa been in successful opera?
tion tor six montha, and has already accumulated
Lite Department in full and successful operation,
and vielng with old companies In its success.
All of its Polle? s non-iorfeitable, and of every
description of .-ife and Endowment, together with
on anijuity table and return premium plan.
No ri stnotiona upon travo', place of residence or
Women insured on same terms as men.
Loans half of its premiums. No notes tak >n.
W. J. LAWTON, President.
J. C. MoBUBNEY, vice-President.
B, J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. McOAY, Constituting Actuary.
P. H. WEIGHT, Examin ng Physician.
Tbls Company ls now prepared to take riiks either
in the Fire or Life Departments, and solicita a share
ot the patronage of the city and Sta'e.
J. G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local an4 Travelling Agenta wanted in all parta of
the hta'o. Liberal commlstdona allowed. Applica?
tions to be aaade to J. G. HOLME., Jr., General
Agent, Ne. 36 Broad-street, Charleston, fe. 0.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KINr>5 OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Divid-ndi annudly lu casb.
Onlv Company having tho Definite Guaranteed bur
render-Valuo Plan Policies, worid-wide. Second to
no Company tn the United States ior stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Outee No. lal broadway. New York.
CHRISTIAN \>. BOUCK, President.
WM. M. COLE, fecretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or bv letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
July 13 _mwf 6moa
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
Office t Park Bank Balldlns, Nos. 214
and 210 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, Vice-Pr?sident.
HENRY Bi.LD EN, secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State ot South Carolina,
Onice No. 37 Broad-streeL
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
JOST SUB-AGENTS wanted thron?' out the 8tate.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPH BEYS, General
Agent. m December 7
?merits art ?iiiufiautm.
l?EWL(W1ll NEW FLOUiy
1 AA BAGS KKW GEORGIA FLO?B.
LUU P?nale by J.? BOBSON.
July 24 1 Pto .Nos. 1 end 2 Atlantic Wharf.
C. fi. SIDES, SHOULDERS, MO?
OA HHDS. STRICTLY PRIMS 0. B. SIDB3
OK) ANS SHOULDERS O and I. brand
10 hbd?. No 2 ?hon den
6000 pound? Chi iee Suu ar cured S tr pl
30 b?rrela Prime Syrup ; -
10 barrels Extra quality White Wine and Cider
20 b?rrela Bump Pork.
Landing and for aale by _
July 26 2 LA?REY > ALEXANDBB.
CORN! CORN J
1 RAA BUSHELS CHOICE WHITE CO BN,
J-OUv landing ex Sea Gull. Por aale by
Joly 26 2_ B. M. BU ILEB.
0?AA BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MILLING
4DUU COBN. per Baltimore steamer
3600 bushels Prime White Western Corn per New
1000 bushels Prune Feeding Oats
260 bales Prime Eastern Bay
600 bales Prime North Elver Hay.
For sale by WE<f A JONES,
July 26 _._No 65 Ea? Bay.
CORN! HAY !
AAA BUSHELS PBIME WHITE AND
DUUIJL WESTERN WHITE COBN, ex-steam?
er* Magnolia and Sea Gull.
?60 bales Prime EAST FEN HAY
400 bales Prime North River Hay.
For sale by JOHN CAMfdEN k CO.
July 26 3
i)AAA BUSHELS BLACK PEAS, SUITABLE
?l/UU for teed and leedkg. for sale by
July 24_T. J. KERB A" CO.
QA AA BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE COBN,
OV/UU slightly heated. For ?ale. at a low
price, by T. J. KERB k CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, most de .tetons and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac., put up in 1 ttl. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Celle?,
Ac, put np m half tb. packages, wi th directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pinta, pinta
Cider and White Wine Vinegar, warranted pure.
Fresh Boasted Rio Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Jost received and for sale by
CO-OPERA lTVE GBOOER Y ST?BE,
Southwest corni r Meeting and Market stree ti.
Goods delivered tree. May 28
OAA AAA W*H* SEASONED CYPRESS
ZIM/.UUU SHINGLES,to be sold low aa
the lowest for c?sb, by
O. J. KC HLE PEGRE LL.
No. 37 Lice-street, between King and St. Pb Afp.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND BETAIL BY DB. H. BAEB, No. 131
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Coufih Syrup
Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Bchenk's Seaweed Tonic
Cherokee Injection . ^
Spears' Fruit Preserving solution P
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pills, ftc. Ac
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbosphtts of Lima
Van Deusen's Worm < omectiona
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bardotte'? Worm Sugar Drops
"> Gretenberg Pilli
Scballenberger's Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver rill*
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's . Iterative
Jayne's hauarive Pills
Bad way's Beady Belief
Badway's B. PlHs
Btdway's Beady Besolvent.
June 21 m wi
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BY
Dr. H. BAEB,
Jone 28 Nc Ul Meeting-street.
Iittffl, ftqiiarSf (Etc.
Q L B WHISKIES.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that tnev have been appointed by Mavra.
HENBY S. HANNI? & CO.. of PhllidelptUa, their
sole Agents for the State of south Carolina for me
aale of their cele mied ACME, X XX, XXX, XXXX,
N KCl AR CABINE t and cher br.nds OLD BTE
They aiso wish to announce that they wiU be in
constant receipt of then: OOPPEB DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannlsviile, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracts will be made for la-ce lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
C LAC 10 s A WITTE, *
No. 86 East Bay street,
JuaelG wfm3mos Charleston, 8.0.
7^ ls, F I li L. E Y ,
TS OT, NEW TO SK.
II A N CT A C nj H EB OF
SrOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
"PHILANTHROPIST," "CHIEF COOS,'
?.CHARTER OAK" AND "CmLIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AND poa Bill BX
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, dambilitv, convenience- tod the General
purpose? to which COOXtnu Stoves ?re used. The
PHILANTHROPIC ls eitra heavj plated, and bas
Ash Drawer; can oe mad- Into a six boiler bole
?tove : bas catt iro>i Wttcr Tatik galvanized or
enamel lined. A strictly flr?t-cla*s stove. TLe
CIVILIAN ts of a neat design, and ha? a fine large
Oven. This stove can be bad with the extension
oack. sis boles, and reservoir wheo desired
- For further information apply to
D. L. F?LLE If TON.
January 3C Imo? Augusts, Ga
J_?Oli?lBS di MACBBTH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, ts. C..
BBOKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL EST ATS
GENERAL CUUUIS8ION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Benong and Collecting of Bents
and purchase and sale cl buxk*, Bonds, Gold,
Sliver and Beal Estate.
To thc Pa rs hase ol Good? and suppl ie s la partie
In the country upon reason mle .erma.
GEDBOE U HOLMES.Ar.E3LA.su ira MACBEIH.
Jaiiu <rv 1 iyt
QK ?.aUftlulRO AftD H AlM-CCTTLvO,
LADIES AND JHILDK?N
attended at their residences promptly and at r?Mot>
able rates. ?*
Bend orders to W. E. MABSHALL, Barber
April 14 No, 31 firoad?etreet (up stairs.)