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-Tie NOT York cotton market was- un-'
fba?gpd?~ ril?? jlftQO. bain?.:
--At Liverpool cotton was stead;; taloa
-Too Cabinet fias informally d?sao! vt d until
the first of September. :
-Oae of the sights in a bathing house at
'Yokohama is described as fifty women and as
amy mea innocently swimming together.
" - r?e Tesas papers (jeneriDy unite in the
eta temen t that no damapo of any consequence
t J the cotton crop bas been done by the worms,
the rains, or the recent fl >od.
-Tte exposition of textile fabrica opened ic
Ciucianan on Tuesday vaiy successfully. The
display of ar tteles was extensive. F?T? thou8
and.persciiis visited the. exhibition during the
ims tour. . . ?
-lt is found that the loss of currency by
wear and tear ia more than sufficient to pay
the expense of printing and issuing it. The
average hie of a bank sole is three years, and
that of currency a much shorter time,
i' -<-The tswriey etol?i ' from the Arsenal at
Philadelphia last week has been found buried
ba" (ho Argnal " g rona da, aud no eine to the
thief m knowo. All the empt?yets are nuder
?urveillantTB. The safe bad beea opened with
an old key.
-In tire,Chicago ecclesiastical tiial a decision | j
was rendered by Judge Jameson adverse to dis?
solving the irjjuction against toe Ecclesiastical
*~ An appeal mil ba taken to the Supreme
?Of ^unes^and Vii is, stated thai a dec i
> be reached before January next.
; hc-Preaident Johnson addressed a meet?
ing in "Mar y trille. Tenneaaeo, on .Monday. He | ]
-daly denounced' Pr?sident Omit and the Badi
?al Cabinet. Tho meeting waa twice broken
np by fi ; tr? between Stokes and Sent er man,
ia which -revtueal persons wera Injured,' bat !
none fatally. -
-.Hie New York Sun says : "The chemist to
the Boa: d of Health, having made an analysis
-of the' burning, fl a ids which recen' ly -exploded
in several bo us?e, bas report ed; and yesterday (
of prohibition ?ras sent to th? shop
i who. furnished those houses with oil
for light: forbidding:tho ? aalo"o.f.- the stock on
hand, but giving them tho.priv?ege of having
eec h barrel of od examine d ut the Ia> oratory of j
-w-The shrewd Now York correspondent' of ]
tbe Philadelphia Ledger writes; "Tbe; Tam?
many CubVand-Ireland demonstration,- thia
evening.- ie intended by the Democratic lead?
ers here: sa .the key-note for the coming cam?
paign, aa stated in the Ledger pf yesterday.
The movemenfchas been carefully considered.
isl koa rn nm" ml fhn sauLtluu uf"Stt lim most
prominent memo! the partyt ts the most popu?
lar isaue that could bs started at this time. If |
possie, thu negro ia to ..be. Eliminated from
State poliiks altogether thisuantriinn (with the
?xoept*jn of tho vote OS the prbpesed eonst i tu
UoBal'amendment giving bim the suffrage,) so
that tb6 rally mg erv will turn exclusively on
the-''ngbts of Amencau citizens abroad."
--The Council summoned to meet at Borne
in December will, ic appears, t ike into con
aideretton, among other things, church music.
The preliminary connnittee, which is already
at-wbrk, bas had three roports sent in relation
to tho notation of plain chant. It wants tb
amalgamate, the seven d.rTorejat editions jua one
only, which would thea be obligatory for every
church. Tho authors of these reports are the
Abba te Liest, M. Fetia and M. Saiu-d'Arod, for
- meriy cbapedmajBter to King Victor Emane!.
Laszt waa-in favor of-the "Roman of Avi?mon,"
so celled beearusetho nae of it was decreed by
a Papal! troll dated from that town. M. Felis
accepta the edition revised by the Council.1 M.
Sain-d'Axod w bli ea tho library of tho Yaii
cinJto'be starched for the manuacnpt bi Pal- |
estri?a, which, is preserved there, and which
he, would bare, republished exact ly aa it j?. It,.
dat?s from ?16?0; it is t?o first with s regalar I
notati?a, and kt is, no doubt, more m keeping ' '
than any other with tho tradition3 of tho pri?
-Brigham Younc'a 'domination over tho
Mormons' is threatened on the spat. Two cf j
the younger sons of tho gr??t founder of the
church; Joseph Smith, have gone to Sal t Lake
and called upon president Young.. They, told
him tbaUr/ei'had come to organ:z2 a new sod
non-poly garnie brauch of th ? church.. They
asked permission to defend their faith, sod by
argument fromtbo original Mermen books to
coa vince tbe tollo wera of Mr. Young that they
ware wrong. Tho answer may be guessed.
Brigham Toting refused their request fla Hy, and
moreover warned them that they should bo ad?
mitted neither to tho tabernacle nor to the ward
meeting houses. The brothers po.nted to tho
example of their father, who, they said, on the
authority of tue jr mother, never pi abu ced po?
lygamy, tb which Brigham mado answer that
Mm Smith was a liar, and hld boen proved to
bea tbie:.' The reception of tho young men was
teW warm mcleod. Peculiar interest attaches
to th? younger of these brothers,David H.vrum
Smith, as he ia a, ''chltf" of prophecy J* Jost
before Joseph Smith dieta? David Hyrom pro?
phesied that 'Hhs man was not bom who was
to lead this poaplo, but of Emma Smith should
ba bora ?son who would succeed in the pres?
idency arter a season-of dis'urbance." Joseph
Smith wa*killed June 27 1841. Oa November
17 of the same year a eon was born to Imma
Smith who was named David lit rn tn Smith, in
accordance with the direction of his father,
Thiina thojoung man Who has beajededthe
lion Brigham in his den. It is said that many
of the Moimons are secretly weary of the pie
sent tyranny and that th"y will flock to the
standard of this child of promise. Tbe "Gen?
tiles" welcome the new coders for .thc st mo
reason and moreov?r b'cause the rcorgau'z.rs
of ibo ct uroliare loyal and law-abtdiug citizens
of-4bo tJnited-SWes, and-moro tolerant than
the present ruler. .
_Very extensivo improvements at Jersey
City are, p,binnVd by the United Companies of
N3w?er?c'y't whicn "is theonlcialnameof the
Camden aud Amboy and tho other road* con?
solidated- with it. A new teimnue' is- to be
consume od. For thia.purpose seventy acres
xf land n. ire uniu: water are lo be- improved
It* fronts tineen huudred-icct on the rtadson
Biver, and extends inland from tho bulkhead
tweiny-five QQudroi feet. 1 he price paid tor
this properlv was half a million dollars. It is
intended, upon this tide-coveied land, to con?
struct three great basins or ship canals. The
first will be 180 feet wide, and will extend inward
from Jeep water 1200 feet; the seeond will be of
the same width and 1500 feot lone; the third
will be 140 feet wide ard 1900 feet long.
Along both sides of each of these basins are
to be boil: ranges of warehcnses, each one
hundred feet square, and localed fifteen feet
from the faces of tho basins. At the southern
part of tba new propel ty will bo erected an
immense passenger station. In addition to
the land purchased the right to build piers
into deep water was also acquired, and it is de?
signed to build a series of wharves each two
hundred feet wide and five hundred feet long.
! Arrangements will be made ateo for Jerrying
loaded cars across th? Hodson, and railroad
tracks are to be laid the ontiro length of each
of the piers. The property acquired is con?
siderably mere than a mile from the present
terminus of the road, and the connection with
the old track is to be made by means of an
elevated rcilway running from the core to Ber?
gen cut. It will ba built at first for double
track, but will be so constructed that addi?
tional tracks may be provided fer without too
.great expense. The cost of the improvements
.already decided upon is about fire million dol?
lars in addition io the real estate purchased.
The object of it all is to compote successfully
tor a part ortho Western trade, and to pay
more attention than has heretofore been given
to tho trade with the Southwest.
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1869.
Trie Humboldt Jubilee.
We are glad to leam that oar German
fellow-citizens have taken the initiatory
eteps to secure a proper celebration of the
centennial birthday of Alexander ron Hum?
boldt, on the 14th of September next. True,
the time is short, but the countrymen of
Humboldt can improvise a celebration, a
jubilee, a Sohuo'senfesL/a See tiger kr?nz, or
bal-masque, in less time than any other peo?
ple we ' know bf. So, we may be sure be
forehand, that the Germana of Charleston
.rill acquit themselves next month, as thsy
have always done, whenever called upon to
;ommemorate the glory of tneir glorious
Fatherland. We eau hardly expect, of
loarse, a celebration snob as waa witnessed
?ere NovemberTl and 12, 1859, when the
3erm ina of Charleston had made prepara
iona for many.months to-do suitable honor
r? their national bard. That Sohillerfest
waa brilliant beyond precedent, in oar staid
Did city, where proccasions and festal ex
aibuions are but of rare occurrence. Still, j
wa have no doubt, the Germana of Charles
ion will not fall behind' their fellow citizen?
in other cities of the Union, ia admiration j
for their distinguished co un Ty m en, and
.heir zeal, alacrity and enthusiasm, will in- ,
mre a very creditable celebration.
The Germane, surely, cannot be held un- i
grateful to those of their countrymen who '
kare shed lustra on their native land. 1
Qther nations Vie in the homage t rf ey pay
lo their victorious 'captains, but the Oer- 1
mana stand pre-eminent -ia the. profound ]
respect ia which they cherish the memory
of those of their great min, whoas claim "ra
distinction Ilea in the important services
they rendered to mankind in the nobler i
arts .of pease. They hold dear: the memory
of Gutenberg and of Lather, of L?seing
and of Goethe, of Schiller and of Hum?
boldt. ' 1
Kerr is it from the I Learned only that this f
grateful incense'ia offered. Ia this espe- j
cully, the difference between the Germans (
and other people, redounds to the credit of ,
the former, . The heart of the entire nation, ?
prince /and. peasant, -, professor and plough - ?
man, the: wise and the simple, all feel en- 1
ricked and ennobled, by the' achievements ;
of any of their countrymen in the field of ,
science, ofart, orof.letters; and wheresc- ;
ever beat German hearts, whether in B ji?
lin, Vienna, Paris,'St. Petersburg, New '
York,- San FranclEco, or Constantinople, i
they ' alt join with one accord, with heart j
and soul, to aing praises and do honor, to (
those who hare won a' right to wear the
crown of laurels. 1
So familiar in the name and fame of Hum?
boldt, throughout the civilized world, that i
we seed not refer in detail lo the triumphs ?
which marked his distinguished career. We (
shalt have'ocoMion to return, to this subject
i?xt month, when. the celebration of ?he c
Centennial Jubilee will have awakened a ,
freehand lively interest in the career of 1
.he great naturalist. t
We translate, from the "S?dlicher Cor- "
respondent," the German paper published
in- this ci y, the following remarks, to show '
?ar readers what rank. Humboldt takes
imong savana in the estimation of his own
Alexander von Humboldt, the broth- 1
sr of the great philosopher, Wilhelm
ron Humboldt, accomplished in the field
sf natural science, what Lasing, Wie?
land, Scoubartb, Goethe, Schiller, and the
brothers Schlegel did for literature and
philosophy. His clear and comprehensive
mind was ooapled with a desire to observe
and explore, and an indefatigable zeal, un
dismayed by difficulties, geographical or
topographical. He built a oolossal super?
structure npon the foundation, which had
been laid by bia teachers in Frieberg (in
the celebrated mining school in Saxony )
He aim d nt a knowledge of the who e (
earth; he left (he field of speculative philoso i
phy, and cultivated the rca iud promising J
soil of natural science He opened the .'
boek of Nature, read it zealously and at
tentivelv, learned it page by pa?,e, chapter i
by chapter, 'voium- aft er volume; and whit- ;
soever he had read, whatever he had learned
from Na'ure, he gave back sg?a, not only
to scienc?, upon which a new light was
thus sued, but he proclaim?! it to th ? whole
world, which lamed lo profitable account
his txperiet.ee and obsei valions, in ihe in !
crease cf its commerce and the inirrove- i
ment of its useful arts.
It was Alex md er von Humboldt who set
the world in a different hght te the specu?
lative savana and philosophers. They threw
their old empiric il learning into a orner
and turst the fetters of their musty tradt
tioav whicl they had g-vhered togeiher
from the booka on magic, alchemy and as
trology. Such hnd been their t cie?e;
Bat it was to be so no ioncer. Natural
scier.ee became free, and developed into a
mighty tree, which: bore abundantly the
fruit of knowledge. Geology, now first, at
fained to the digui'y of a practical rcteucf ;
chemistry and botany contributed mate
ri illy to the emcscipiucn of medicine from '?
Che elough of empirijiem, in which it lay !
hopelessly imbedded; and technology, the,
parent of the modern industrial arts, then
first came into being. Indastry is the key?
stone of modern civilization, and no one
man certainly has contributed 80 mush to
placing Industry on the lefty pedestal she
now occupies-more especially in America
-as Alexander von Humboldt.
A VEST interesting exhibit is contained
in the reports of the Home and School of j
the Southern Educational Aid Society,
printed in another part of to-day's NEWS.
A heavy debt cf gratitude is due from our
community to the City of Baltimore, for the
noble manner in which she has established
and virtually sustained this excellent in?
stitution; and th? energy, ability and seal
with which the Rev. A. Toomer Porter has
labored to place the Home upon a sound
basis, ia worthy of all praise.
TUE August number of the Nineteenth
Century is quite np to the standard of its
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CH I ?ESK LA BO lt K KS.-PA KTI KS
wishing to employ large or small numbtra of
CH I Nisi. LABORERS, iraj make the ncces?ary
arrangement, for procuring gang? of sis- required,
delivered in any part or tbe country, br application
to KOOPMAN-CHAAP, san Francisco, california
WANTEO, KV Kit Y BU OY TO KNn W
tbat JOB I'BIN nSo uf all kinda, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neates*
style and at ttie lowest New York pri?es, a' i HZ
> lews Job Office, No. 149 LAsT BAY Call and ex?
?nime the scale of prices before giving your orders
WAMTEO. A G K VT- KOK TOB AM JUI?
CA* FARMERS' H?KaE BOOK, in both Kog
lisb and German, by Bobert .-tewsrt, V. h., of Alias.
I he wors covers the whole ground cf thc breeding
and r-jitinr:, and the treatment or hones and mulea,
both in sickness and health. It bas won its wav to
popular favor, and ls tvday the moat popular and
be-t Helling Horae Book out. Address 0. T. FEN
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* AI arch 19
SLI.LIV \ S'S ISLAND.-TO BENT, IN
one of th: moat desirable location? in the'iown
ot Moultrie ville, a FURNISHED Ho OE, contain?
ing (ix 16. large fquure rc o ms, with double piazza?,
facing iront brach, convenient to wharf. Goou ac?
commodation* on premiaes. >pply to JNO. Al.
lOUdEY, corner Market and Church streets.
August 6 2*
TO KENT, THE T?RKE UPPElt
STORIES of the ADGEB BUILDING, each
Hoer forming a flue hall, being 05 feet deep and 54
feet wide, with a bold entrance on King-street; will
be fitted up to suit any purpose for which tbfy n>av
be desired. Apply io J. L. M 'SE-*, Collector and
Beal Estate Agent, No. 3? Bread-street.
July li_wim 13
TO K E ST, THE LPPl.lt PART OF A
HOUSE. Apply in the L-IQOOU S TOBE comer
ot Jobu ?nd King-it eels. A* August 6
TO KENT, A G KOCK it Y STORE ON
Yenning'* Wharf witb Ox .uren and every thing
complete. Apply CaBNEB CALHOUN. ANO CON
COED STREETS._2**_AUguat 0
TO KENT. THE PLEASANTLY SITU.
Al ED TWO AND A HALF H TO HY BEfl
DtNCE, No. 5 Gadsden-street. opposite Wentworth.
Apply at OHABLEaXON STEAM baW MILL.
BEAL KST.ATK AGEMTS, ANO OIHERS
having Louse? to reut, can nave their Placird*.
Atc. printed at the. ?owei-t rate* and In the newest
and neatest styles or typo, at IEE NEWS JOB OF
t ICE, NO. 149 East Bay.
FOK MALE, UVE No. 1 IIOHSE ; ONE
good Butcher Cart, with Harness; one Two
horse Waaon; one Drav. Icquire at No. 818 KING
FOK SALK. ON K III ND lt KL? THOUS?
AND ACRES OF LAND in Kershaw county,
FIFTY VEBY SELfcOT t'Ait.M-> near Camden ami
on the Hailroad, varying ia ?ixe from 150 to 600 acre-i
These and adjoining farms an being taken bv our
beat citizen?, and afford every advantage tor health
lui. comtcr able ?nd proStable larms.
MANY LABOE ANO CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES in Camden and Kirk
SEVERAL LABGE TRACTS OF WOOD LAND
A few very VALUABLE SITES for manufactories.
Address, WAI. Al. SHANNON,
Attorney at Law, cam len, H. c.
AUCTIONEERS, B lt tl K K K. S , AND
others wishing "lor Sale" llacards, busine?e
Cards, or other Jo? Printing executed with neat
nets and dispatch, will consult their Interest by leav?
ing tbeir orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
lill Eas) Bay._: _
FOK SALE, OLO NEWSPAPEKS IN
any quantity. Pries 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the offlce of TH EN ..Wa. Marchi
THE UNDERSIGNED IIA V K F.HOI
. FDacoparrnerchip for the purpose of conduct
'ag a PttUODiC- L AND NEWS ut- Pur AND ll KN*
EBAL STATIONERY BUSINESS, at No. 410 Klog
etreet, next below Joho-sireei. We hone by a strict
and punctual attendance to business to marit a share
of the public patronage.
JOHN E. BOINE5T,
J. MOUE AI Alt UN.
Charleston, August 2, ISO.
August 3 5
UM VE KM TY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The next Session will begin oa the Finir Mox
DAV IK OCTOBEB, and continu? without intermis?
sion, to tbe ensunig Jul).
AU vantages arc offer. <j at tbi* InsMtu'ion to Stu?
dents in Law. (the graduate* being entitled to prac?
tice in tr-e Courts ol thW state;) h Meiicine. (the
course of ir st uctiaa bei ai ex eusive and thorough,
wiib two written cxtmlnatious during the t CSB1OU;I
in Engineering, Matucmati.-., Men'al, Moral and
Political Philosophy, fl story, Rhetoric, Engluh
Li teraiur?, Ancient and Modern Lauguages, and in
the various Scientific Schoo s.
' Expendes Tor -cssio-i of nine month?: Annual
fee, $5; Library fee, $10; Room Beni fe e. $15; I union
fee,-; for etch of three schools S15; lultiou in
Law or Medicine. 151 Board can be bad at $10 to
$20 per month. By messing lt wlil bo less.
For funner informitiou, ?end for Catalogue* to
the Secretary of thc Faculty, Bcv. 0. BRUCE
WALKE?. B. W. B \BNWEI.L.
Chairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, ti. C., August 2,1889.
August 6 lmw21
EDUCATIONAL. -MADA'IK A. GIBARD
aaa Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ALEZANDEB are de
urjas of devoting aove portion ol the bummer va?
cation- Vagust and Sopti-mber-to Private Inst me
tion in English. French, German, Mathematics and
tbe Classics. Lesson? will be ?I vea either a; their
realdrnee, No. ll HOWS 1-STREE r, or at 'he homes
of the pupils. For terms. Ac , apply a9 above.
August 2 mwf3
YXr ASHING TON COLLEGE,
PRESIDES r, GENERAL E. E. LEE.
AIDED ur A F?LL COSPS or Pac rcs so na.
THE NI SrSE-i-I !.V OPK>'S SEPTEMBER 1?IH
1&C9, and <lo*es Ju- e Jith, 1970
lu aditiiton =o ih: re?Liar Collegiate Cnurac. thc
Ero es-ional fchool- ot Law anil civil au-I Mining
Euginecrmg, aro in lull opeiati'>n.
Nece.-saiy exyeUi-<"<. 1'rotn 1.300 to iST5.
For ? dialog io, addrc-.s J M. LEUTH.
JUiJ-Itf Imo Clerk of Fac-'lty.
ITNIVEltSITY Ol'' TI KOI NIA.-TUE
) Si-^s'on ot tbM Institution ra umence* anna*
un,- on ihc flr-it d:ij ol comber, and cjniin^e*, with,
out mtercupliou, 'id tho 1 bundey prece ling the
(bar h or Ju.y euaning
The.?rgauiXjRoa cf (Le Institution la very com
pl:-e. ciubracing i>xtou*ive ".nd thorough c ur ea
of Ih-truchoa IJ LI?EKVTUUB AND SCIENCE,
and!.. tueProfiwaitm?ol Law, MeJicinc a d lugi
. he i xpeij?e cf tli.i ACAlcmle cc Law Sl'-.dtcut. t x
.losi.'eol lhecos;cl text booka and clothing sud
pocket iuouoy, ataon it tj about blltiS per MM
(.iou u mu'i monta?; aud of tho Engiuvurinu or
Mo in-il ShlJeui t-J a.-JU ^Ji'5 ot ? bi :a -u.n?. re
S|)CCtlVC!v, i2i0 CT j'i'.iJ is p.i.Mi'do on ?. 'IUL?.?I?, and
tn-; ".lan c lu the pr-^iV-.-o. thc- ?c:? ia.
For ?let ni.< *i nd t-iri-r. a! i.'Ue
PO, -Univ r.-i.vc; V. ?ri?ti.-"
S. 21 '.rt IN,
J i*y 01 Imo ( luiirman ot ilie'Ficuliv.
pi ITU AT ta op MAU ,f.si.i.
A GO?D CO.ILING -UiM -lEl: MI I'l'TNE MADE
frwii every day, Ly Da H. U.Al K.
May 23 No. 131 .\lcciin_-- rcefc
EAttLK STEAM FIPB EVOISK COM?
YOU ABB HEBiDY DM HOS BD IO ATTEND
a Regular Monthly Meeting of yat Cowpony
at yonr "a 1, 1ms (Fridav) Lviatao, Db Inaiatri, at
tight o'clcc ;.
BT order. AMBUR M. COHEN.
MAiUO.v Flt:F KNUtMKCOfllPANf.
ATTEND THE Ul.(IUI.Alt M* Ni ill.Y Mr.l?T
INJ of yo ir 0> ni . any, a1 your Hail, TaiaU'ji
dayl EVENING, at Uall-pt??t htvnii n'iili.ivk
Bi order (IKOItOE A. CAI mill,
CA HO 1.1 A) i% IIIKI.l!. t Cl li
ASPECIAL MEET!N(l WU.I, HR Illili) Al
half-past * l?b' i.'eioek. 1 us I ve? m, Inateail
ot luenday naxt, thu ha l tining ei.g<gnd lor taat
Unlit by 'bo hurvlvora' Aiaocljtiou. IIM e'eittlon fir
offlecra will be held. J. WI: K Iti Ni ul I H,
augusto * -eer-tary pr? lew.
jyA?tiULTltlBVII CK HOC SE,
JCSEPU H. OPPEMlfiiy, Proprietor,
IS S'ILL OPEN FOB HIL R'CITTION OK
eltber t-ERM AN EN i OR IRANSIENT BOAHDElln.
Tenn?, S3 per day; $12 pe** week. Table supplied
with thc best the market affords, and m ala Htmd
on arrivai ot the steamer from thc city. Compe?
tent and attentive servants in attendance. Bath
House connected with th- establishment.
AU.ax 4 ufsiutho*
HA lt LEST ON HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIH8T-0H8S HOTEL. MIU.ATED TN A
pleasant location, and in the bu-incsa pcrtion of the
cit , rend?? it tho most . esirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests. . be accommodations
arcunxurpasred. havl-ta extensive, suites nt elegantly
furnished apartments lor f-.mides a ? single gentle?
men The pruprirtcr wil. endeavor to malulaln the
buth reputation e-joyed by tbe "Charleston" as a
fi rs t class lious-, auu no effort ?iii be B|?red to de?
serve a continuance of tho liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it
The beal of Live y accommodations will be found
adjoining the establishment.
lbe house I- snppiied with tho celebrated Arte?
sian Water, of winch delightful baths cao be bad
either day or night. . t. H. J vK-ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
?<T. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOl IOUS HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broad war and Fotty-second-e'reet,
possesses advantages over alt other houses for the ac?
commodation ut Its guests. It was built expressly
for a first-ebbs family boarding house-the rooms
bel ni? large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold w.ter. and furnished second to none; wbUe
the culinary department ls in the most experienced
bands, atr >rdiog guests an unequaled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators ia also among
the "modern improvements" and ?t the service ol
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Placo Cara pass the
door everv four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth au.i feventh
Avenue'ines ar* but a short block on eltber side,
affording ampi* facilities for commnntcatiug with all
the depots, steamboat landings, olacea of abase?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MUHL ?i Uti LL KT, Proprietors.
Varch 12 ti tu oi
D\Y BOIHUOV MOO I : ll AT K Te HMS
can be bad by applying at No. 164 MEE UNG
SiREET, near Artesian Well, or at THIS OFFlcc.
Augu<t 4 wfmS*
l?mes, fiqnors, <gtr.
Q L D WHISKIES,
I HE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that they have been appointe! by Mea rs.
HENRY s. HANNIS A CO.. of Philadelphia, their
sole Agents for the H?te of South Carolina for the
sale ot their celebrated ACME. X. XX, XXX, XXXX,
N s C l AR CARINE! and oner brands OLD RYE
They a,so wish to announco that they will be m
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PORE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannisvillc, Do.kelcy County, West
Liberal contracts will ba ma le for large lots of
new Whiskies iu bond at Distillery Warehouse.
No. 8d Ea-t Bay street,
June 10 wfm3roos Charleston, S. C.
A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF WINDOW SHADES
of the latest patterns, at
Au;u?t 4 wf2 KINSMAN BRO?.
HISOLH'S SAW MILLS
(W'EST END TB ADD STREET.)
HAVING A LABOE ?JOCK OF TIMBER, WE
ore prepared to cut orders tor any size and quality
of LUMBER, at moderatq pries.
West Eud Tradd-street,
August 3 Iufw44 Or Adgera' North Wharf.
Q.TJL LETT'S SIEKL BRUSII
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO
fill orders lor theso justly celebrated GINS. Certifi?
cates from reliable planter? in this state, who hare
bought and used' them the past season, is well as
Irom the Fa-tors and Brokers, nilly confirm all that
is claimei for them; and the fact is now well estab
lip tu d that the lacrease in thc prie? of Cotton ginned
on this Gin will, on every torty bales, fully pay for
the cost of the Oin.
HALL'S PATENT COTIOX GIN FEEDER,
A valu&ble Machine, saving both time and labor in
tbe ginning of a crisp. Can bc attached to any Gin
?en 1 for Circulars.
C. GRAVE LEY,
No. Bl K?ST RAY* SOU1H OF OLD POSTOFFICE.
August2 mwtQmos Charleston, S. C.
TOMBS, MEL VAIN & CO.,
NO. O JU A IO KN LANK, NEW VOHK.
FOWLING PIECES OF ALL QUALITIES, SUITA
BLE for the Southern trade. Both MUZZLE AND
BREECH LO AD t RS.
IN STO-KA FPLL ASSORTMENT OF CUTLE?
RY, PERFUMERY. BRUSHES. SOAPS, Ac.
BOLE AUE HTS TOB TUB
GENUINE D?RINGER PISTOL.
July 19 mwflmo
For Residence:-, ?u?ar Houses, Cotton Gins, Bridges.
Ac. Manufactured by
SJTOENRERGEE I: CO..
No. 13 t'ub'.L: Liui?n?, Ctn.huati, Otio.
July -"O rac imo
rv ll IS S T A lt
SOU1 BEHN REAL 1>lAT.'-. ADVERITSER.
.Vs au advert?* og mo Unai, offer* faci ?tics 11 Mt-r
rh'.tjts. Cru tust, Ua'hiuisis, .vc, of extending
.lielr buiinc-3, unsurpassed by aay Southern
Its circulation is tau Leconiu? gcn*ral. Real
Fatale ugeut.s. and parties int rc-tcj in ibo purchase
or s ile of real miste, wil tiud lt tn tbeir ad vantage
io consult its columns aud advertise therein, as we
arecffec ing unun.,'.iuuut- bywh.cii our pai er will
ctrcU:ate largr.y among North-ru ea it.tllsts.
1 ttonnatioa len lin?! to ihe dovelopni nu of o-.ir
mineral, manufacturing and agricultural rc.--o-.uce- -
d< senptive o' clim mt. soil, fc . -solicited and tliauk
tuily leceive-.t ii'oni any section.
Trims cash. ?3 a year; a copy gratis to any one
?ending six mu-cr bars; u club fleo, $2 30 each.
Bul * oi advertising lutero!. Ad ir*-s?
W. J. MeitEKHALI..
Jul, lu Ha? lon.. > C.
t UH A 1> . \ 1. i ; V A .N L) h K .
SOI.-RI PU'?ihIO ASP UFSERAL AGEST.
No. IO Broad-street.
jt?EjSPEC'Xl L'LLY .-OLI'.llb BOS:N>SS IN Al
JC?';i>., U'CuCjSIs ot Merc'iatts and others,
ml :n W'ftlTIN > I P aSD ry.HNu their BOOKH,
e'-li-r par: cr >vLc:e. f-r. Jjuanry 9
E ? K G I A
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
Mt CON, OEORGIA.
I/TRK ANO LUTE DEI* * HTM t NTS SEP?RATE
uii.1 distinct hy chart-r. $10 i,000 paid into tbc In
o ii rd JJ . i-, Department o? Georgia accorilng to law
tor Uni Louttit ur ibo amturud in ibis Company,
durkin,I wm wealthy ii.d rv?-pouslb'e gentlemen ot
A purely n ullin i m Company, allowing only six
P?r cent ol lu earning* to the btorkholders; the
real u t' ihn im J ilia divided uwuug thu Policyholders
nu Hm c uti ihm I?.n plan.
Urn Department has beru lu ?ucce??rul opera?
tion tor six linn th?, uud ha? already accumulated
band ?niue anac-bi.
Lim Department In full and successful operation,
ami vicing with old compaules tu Itu *ucces?.
All of lt? Collei, H non-torfoitable. and of every
dcacrlption of Lifo and Endowment, together with
an ant.ulty tabbi and i ci urn premium r lan.
No rrstnctnns upon travo', place or residence or
Women Insured un same terms as men.
Loans half cf bs p-omfum*. No notes tak-.u.
W. J. LAWTON, President.
J. C. McBURNiY, Ylce-Prosident.
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, t-ecretary.
C. F. McCAY, ?"onstituting Actuary.
P. H. W?tiG?T, ExaminngPhyeiciao.
This Company in now prepared lo toke tilka either
in the Fire or Ltle Department!, and solicits a share
ot the patronage of the cly and Sta'e.
J. G. HOL HES, Jr.,
General AgenUfor South Carolina.
Local an-I Travelling Agents wanted in all sarta of
the bta'e Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tions fc> be made to J. O. HOLMES, Jr., General
Agent, No 33 Bmad-street, Charleston, 6. 0.
July 21 PA;_wfm
ll ARDIAS MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COWAN/
Organized tn 1859.
ALL POLICES NON-FOBFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND SO (FIFTY) PUB CENT.
Polices In force.935,000,000
Annual Income. 800.000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
Wat^T. HOOKER, V.ce-Preaident
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICK\B, Superintendent.
Hon. JOELS A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOH* J. CHANE, President Bank Republic.
Wu M. VEBMILTE, Banker (Yermilye A Co.) .
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hon. GEOBOE OPDTKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. il OHO AN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
PENJ. B.r HEB?ait, Trea?ur?r New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Company.
SAXON ABNOLO, Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICUABO H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. HAUOUWODT, Firm E. V. Haugbwout Sc Co.
WM WILKESS, Firm of W. WU kens A Co.
JCLTCS H. PSATX, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. ; TAMI, Merchant
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. COTTLE a, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Flth Avenue and
EDWABn H. WflioHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABT.EE. Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GENERAL AGENT FOR 80UrH CAROLINA.
Tr. T. REENSTJERNA, Fxamtolag Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
?'ince No. 265 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 12 nae lyr
Jg It O O K. LYN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. DIvid Dds annmliy la each.
Only Company having the Definite Guaranteed Sur?
render-Value Plan Polic-le.', world-wide. Second to
no Compauy m tho United States lor stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Omeo No. 141 broadway, New York. ?
CHRISTIAN W. DOUCE, Prcsid?nt.
WM. M. COLE. Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or br letter to
JANES G. H?LM CS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
July 19 mwf 6mos
L . P I L L E Y ,
TRO F, NEW YORK.
HOYES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
M THII.AN l'UBOPJSr," " CHIEF COOK '
"CHARIER OAK" AND "CIVILIaN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO TrIE SOUTHERN
ANS F O lt SALE DI
I). L. Y U L L E ii T 0 IS ,
AUGUSTA, GA. ?
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED V?b
capacity, iiartbitity, convenience* ana tue g?terai
purpose? to which I'Oottrnj stove.- atVuaed. "in?
t-iin aNlltl!OPI?f'ft eatraheavy plated, and ?-a
\-li I'.a-.n'r; .-au-rt mad- into a nit1 boiler hoi?
?iov?- Lae'cart iron Water Tank galvanized, wi
enamel tinco. .?. strictly Srst-ctass Sto'e. il.
tl VI i USita ol 9 Mia; deaijm, and ha* a Gue la.-v?
Oven, n?? MOW eau ac had >v!tb the exten-icu
nark, pix holes, anJ re-ervolr when ocs.red
Ker further Iel -nnalion apply KI
D. L 1TLLEHT0N.
Jai nary ac Ctta; Augusta, Ga
JCST ARRIVED, IN ALL SIZE PACKA3E8. A
lot of the fl nest PEACHED that ha? been offer?
ed tor tale -this season, consisting of Pre? Stone,
Ind lin and Crawford; also Cling, ol medium SIM,
suitable tor either brandying or preserving. Pardea
desiring to parchase will do well to call goon, aa titer
will be sold cheap, at WM HUNT'S,
No. 43 Market-street, North side.
August 6 1*
PEACHES ? PEACHES!
FOR SALE, FIFTY BOXES OOOD PRESERVING
PE A CB ES. Will be sold if called for early, at
from SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLA?
AND TWENTY-FIVE CEN1S PEE BOX.
BaBT A WTRTH,
August 6 1 Nos. GS and 57 Marke -afreet.
PitlME WESTERN CLEAR RIB
SIDES AND SHOULDERS, ?e.
Oft H H Da. STRICTLY/ PBDCB WESTERN
0\J CLEAB BIBMDES A SD -HOUXDEBS
10 boxes Strictly Prime Dry Salted Western Long
10 bhd* Brignt eccond Quility Shoulders
Mbbls Pilme Molasses.
Just received and for sale by
Angust 6 a LAUKEY A \LEXvNDEB.
CHOICE WESTERN BACON.
4V?r H iDS. CH ) rei'. C. B STD ES
?O 30 bhds. Cbclce shoulders.
J nat received and tor sale by
Auguste 1_HENRY COBIA A CO.
FLOUR! FLOUR L
THIS DAY LANDING! '
O'/i BARBELS SUPEB, EX TBA AND FAMILY
K8 barrels Jewell A Brother's Self L. Hour.
These Flours are direct from the Mills and frein
ALSO, IN SHIRK, AND TO ARRIVE.
AM barrels and sacks Georgia and Tennesse New
300 barrels Ee.-t Baker's ?lour
10VU bsgs Corn
20 bods, r.acon Sides
20 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
For sale by STENHOUSE A CO.
August 4 3
1 AAA BARBELS FEE*H LIMB. LANDING
_L U U \J from schooner Clara Belle, on Brown A
co 's Wharf. For sale by OLNEY A CO.
()AAA BUSHELS BLACK PEA?, 8UITABLI
Jj yj U1/ for seed and leedkg. for sale by
July 24 T. J. KERB A CO.
QA AA BUSHELS WiaTr*nS WHITE CORN,
OUUU slightly heated. For ?ale. at a low
price, by T. J. KERR A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, moat de.icio os aud healthy food, used
for Puddings. Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac., put up lu 1 lb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated Cocoanut, for Plea, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac , put ap in half tb. packages, w ia directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pints, pints
Cider and White Wine VI neg ir, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Bio Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Just ieee i ved and for sale by
CO-OPEBA1 IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Geoda delivered free. May 28
FOR BALE, WHOLESALE AND BET AL. BY X
Dr. H. BAEB.
June 28_No. 131 Meeting-street
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BAEB, Nc. Bl
RIsON'o TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
behest's Puimonic Syrup
Scheat's Seaweed Tonie
fa pe ara' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" PUN, Ac. Ac.
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypophonphiu nf Lima
Van Deusen's Worm Confections
Hurley's Wotm Candy
Bordotte's Worm Pugar Drops
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver Fills
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial lor Children Teething
Jayne's - Iterative
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Radway's Beady Belief
Bad way's B. Pilla
Bidway's Beady Besolvent.
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