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THE DAILY ?EWS.
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\ NE W8~lS U M MAR li
-In New York yesterday froid closed at 36?.
-Cotton waa firm, with sales of 1800 balee,
at 33$ ce >ts.
-In Liverpool cotton was active bnt nn
-ohanged; eales 12.000 bale?.
-The letter carriers, jiat introduced at
Bichmond, Ta., are proving very popular with
t be people.
' _st. Louis reata serenely confident that it is
krbe tho national capital, and is already-hold?
ing congratulatory mw tin gs over the pros?
-Manuel C?rtese, "a Cuban patriot," was
arrested ai New York yea te rday for attempt?
ing to paaa a forged check for three ?Loriaand
-Tie Coban Junta protest against the pro?
posed purchase or Cuba from Spain on the
ground that two thirds of. the island ts owned
by native Cubaras.
-Tbe exoitement in Missouri about Hilde?
brand ht on the increase. The Governor has
increased the reward for his capture to fifteen
thousand dollars. Over three hundred men
are in purs a it of bim in the country. It has
-been ascertained that ha actually ventured into
- St Loma Ott Sat ur day. *
-The man who saya he saw a sea serpent in
Newark Bay adhere? to his story. He says in
. --a card to a paper that "if folks don't believe it
they ra**Xk\ and L-don'i care; bot If any of
'em had been tn the' boat with me ?hey would
most Eke)j have laughed on the other aide of 1<
?heir moosha. ThjrtjrhatVlhe matter." 11
Jersey gsbftut tras invented a devic? for
Wafering hon** wb*u travelling or at work, by | j
which their thirst may be assuaged wltboufc
stopping. ' Ti appears to be more particularly .
?deaurned for the benefit of the draft animais I
- of city street cara. Th? Ut of tba bridle or 1
V haad-?tall is made hollow, and has attached to [
- it s^Bifhle tobe connected with a tank carried
in or on the vshiole. By pulling a string the
water is caused to flow into the bit, sod then
through a suitable orifice into the horse's ]
month. This beats the apparatus for filling J
locomotivo tanka without slopping.
-A shocking murder took place in Boston on
Wednesday. The wife Ot Dr. Alvan H. Hobbs, lj
sraa ehot through the heart that night by one fi
Major ?bite, who ia said tobe from Tennes?
see. Ste. died instantly. 'The murder waa
done to cold b'ood, and in tho presence ot the J
huabandin-i chUd of the riptim. Wfiite was
arraigned char g od with wilful morder,'and!
wai vine an sxawlnatien, wu committed to.
jalL It ia stated that for several yeara he had
known and loved his viotim, and that in 1861,
after he_h*d attacked hw with ? knife, he waa
aent to the bmattc hospital at South Boston,
where he rernained six months.
^-The faahionahte waterusg p?ase season is
oonridered to be hilf over on August 1st, and
the landlord* and proprietors begin to estimate
?heir profits. It is assorte 1 this year that tho
hotels have siisastel severely from back of I
' boarders, and that none of the placea of great J i
resort have been Tall. The reasons given for I
thia falling off aro stated as follows. : "Money
tobe throws sway or spent in fbuy has not
been abondant this srimmsr; and,' second, new
resorts have been discovered where comfort
. abie sod cheap accommodations can be obtain
- ed, and whets the visitors are not required to
dress itv the height of the fashion and to be
-bound down by the rigid requirements of j
-The Washington correspondent of tbe New
York Herald writes: "It seems to be pretty
-generally understood here now that President
.Grant will not permit hie Ca*bioet to practically
nullify the results of the late Virginia election
by exacting the obnoxious test oath. I am in?
formed that the P-esidont is folly resolved to
abide by-tbs popular verdict, and that, too,
against the advice of some of bis eonstitutiooal
- advisers, who are well koowa to be of diamet?
rically the opposite opinion. This inform it i on
is strengtheDea^by an article in the Bichmond
Enquirer of this morning, which says: 'We
have it in a moat bareet manner that the test
oath will not be exacted.' The words are ita!
lobed, and seem to bear the impress of au?
-Mr. MedilI, in order to give an idea af some
things in California, makes the following strik?
ing comparison: California ia immense in every
respect, The State itself ia nine hundred miles
long by two hundred broad. Three States
larger than Illinois can be carved ont of il.
Wonderful as is its mineral waaltb, yet that is
lax excelled by its agriculture, by its fruits and
flowers, grains and grasses. The highest peak
in tbs Allegheny mountains is hardly one
third of the altitude of peaka in the Sierra
Nevada; sod the tallest tree in the Mississippi
Talley would not reach to the lowest limb of
some af. the forest mon arche of California.
Think of trees whose trunks are, greater in
diameter than the shot-tower in Chicago, and
. whose tops pierce the beavens further than
the highest church-spire in Chicago prased on
the top of that shot-tower would reach.
-A Yale student named Deming was terri?
bly injured in a base ball mitch, at Waterbu?
ry, Con?., on Saturday. A ball was thrown to
-a great height, and he started fer another
catch, when, gettimr into the edge of the
standing 'grass, he struck one foot against a
acythea-nath, which had very thoughtlessly
been left there. The snath turned, bringing
the sharp blade against the calf ot his left leg,
inflicting ? gbaatly cut, hying open muscles,
tendons, cord?, severing two arteries and the
point of the blade oenetratins almost into tbe
knee jomt. Notwithstanding tho terrible
wound. Deming secured the ball, rose to his
feet and hobbled a short distance, when he
began Jo realize the extent or bia injuries and
asjrT'to' tbe ground. He was taken to the
i^^ioovilie House, "bete his wounds were dress?
ed. If is unoeitain if he can survive. He is a
member of thejuoinrc^lass br the college.
-Dr. Sears' late letter throws some needed
lieht on the nature and management of the
Peabody fund,: Imprimis, il is not s charity,
but an encouragement-that is, is not meant
to bc thc instrumentality, sole ard direct, of
educating peor children, but a means of assist?
ing ( Aorta made otherwise to that ond. If in
reny State the children are by law prov.ded for
ip the way of schools, then with such State
the Peabody fund has nothing to do; but if
there be cnildren wi ino at cancar ion.il facii i ties,
and beaeTolent pardea wilt raise three-fourths
of thu money necessary to furnish the same,
the fund will make np the other quarter. Fur?
thermore, the Peabody fond ia not regarded
aa a gift outright, but merely a benefaction
durante benepl?cito. If this year a school
aided by the fund does well, then lor the next
year it wilt receive tho benefit thereof again;
otherwise, the sid will be withdrawn. That is
about the substance of Dr. Sears' late letter,
save that he expresses himself against any at?
tempt at mingling whito and negro children
in tbe same school ss "a bold experiment.
To the general outlines of the plan, as abov3
given, it is stated that Mr. Peabody is "warmly
-The Western papers are filled with the de?
tails of the recent bloody riot on a Mississippi
steamboat. Fifty raftsmen cime oa board the
boat at Davenport, when the clark ordered two
of the negro deck hands to stand gutrd at the
gangway wbilo he assorted the deck from the
cabin passengers, and not to allow any one to
pass without his permission. One of the
raftsmen tried to pass this guard and
make bis way to the cabin, when tho deck
hands ordered him back until bis ticket was
examined"by the derk. He, not liking this,
commenced pitching into the deck hands, who
got the best of him, wheo the raftsmen came
to his rescue, stabbing and beating the two
deck hands, until about dead. Thon they
thiew tho oodies into tne river and mado an
assault on tbe rest of the deck crew, succoed
ios m killing tbree more of them and throwing
their bodies into the river. One of the rafts?
men was also killed in the melee, making six
in all killed. As soon as Hampton was reached
the raftsmen drove the deck crew ashore,
injuring several of them with stones. Then
they went aboard the beat and ordered tbe
captain to proceed up the river or they would
burn his boat. He being in their po * er, and
fearing they would carry their threat into exe?
cution, beided ?he boat up stream, and in the
meantime telegraphed to a sheriff, who over?
took the boat at Chaton, and immediately took
possession of her and started for Bock Island.
On their arrival there were five'tbousand peo?
ple on the liver bank, together with the crew
who were driven off the boat, and who suc?
ceeded in recognizing forty-two of the men.
They were taken to jail under a atrong guard.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1869.
Tate Solar Eclipse To-Day.
Seldom in a man's lifetime does the op?
portunity present itself of beholding one of
?hose strange conjunctions of the heavenly
)odies known M S solar eclipse. That
toicBoe should be able to predict with abso?
ute accuracy the moment at whieh these
awe-inspiring phen?imsna miy be looked
er, is certainly a striking and impressive
?roof of the marvellous power of the ho?
aaa intellect. A weird interest, too, is
dded to this particular eclipse, by the cer
ainty that long ere the recurrence of a
?otilar event most of as will h vre passed
way from the busy scenes of life.
Comparatively few of our readers will
e so fortunately located as to eome entire
r within the eons of shade whieh reaches
rom ths moon to the earth, sad thus be
nveloped for a brief interval with the
i antle sf a lunar night; ' yet a large major i
r may witness, if the sky is cloudless, %
artial eclipse. Thole who have no as
ronomioal instruments at command maj
moss themselves by watching from some
ommanding emldenoe the changes in the
olor of the landscape, or by noticing any
ariation in the form of those small spots
f sunlight sometimes found auder trees,
rhioh are mi a i at ure BOOB made in Nature's
amers, when an isolated ray of light pene
rates the foliage and reaohes the gro and.
.'hose who expect to see signs of approach
ag night during a partial eclipse will be
ladly disappointed, for light does not seem
o diminish rapidly until about four-fifths
>f the son's dise has been oovered.
In Charleston the eolipse will begin this
afternoon at one minn e before five o'clock
tad sad st eight min?tes before seven
Tne Red Book.
Eagland has her Blue Book; the Frenoh
have their Livrejeune-<'yellow book;" and
Austria, onoe or twioe s year, publishes an
Dffioial volume, containing all the dis?
patches that emanated from the foreign
office, since the date of the book last pub?
lished. These semi-annual volumes are
known under the name of the "Bed Book."
Such s volume has been issued recently
under the aaspioeB of the able and versatile
premier, Baron von Beast, a statesman
leoond to none on the continent of Europe,
unless indeed Bismarck may claim a higher
piase. What gives a factitious interest to
this Bed Book is that the distinguished
Premier condescends to play author io good
earnest, and in the introduction to his red
book passes in review the remarks and
oritioisms made upon the previous volume
by the foreign press, or in the anoffioially
reported utterances ef foreign cabinets.
This, Barely, is something new uuder the
ion-more Democratic than - the much
vaunted "ministerial responsibility" in
England, or the inordinately long argu?
ments that are periodically put upon the
people of these United States, in the guise
of Presidents' messages,
We learn from this introduction that
some of the foreign powers, whose "notes"
have been presented to the public under
these auspices, have expressed great dis
satisfaction, and not altogether without
reason, alleging that no such publicity wac
contemplated when said "notes" were
drawn. To this Von Beust laconically and
bravely, replies that the Austrian monarchy
will not be in the least hurt if other gov?
ernments should be equally frank about
Incidentally we have here also an evi
dence of the great strides made during the
past two years by this ancient nation to
ward a true representative government.
In answering the charge that the Red Book
was only published to tease their neigh?
bors, Count Beuat says that if any govern
ment is justifiable in publishing something
of this kind, it is the Austro-Hungarian
monarchy; for its foreign policy is alwajt?
discussed in full Parliament, but cn account
cf the dualistic orgnniz ttiou ia tbe delega
tions Bent by (be two Parli-m-nte, su in?
sight into the mau&gcccnt of f?reifr.
affairs must needs be given to theee bodies
who have to pass thc estimates for war aid
foreign affairs. It i3 the duty of the minis
ter to nave ever; consideration for ute euv
capabilities of ethers, bat he cannot satis?
fy the representatives of the two Legisla?
tures with a few ah ow phrases. There
mast be a rMid foundation for a Tote of the
delegations; the publication is not a play or
a diplomatic manoeuvre, but a necessity
arising ft om the special organisation ef
Austria and Hungary; and from this point
of view the Red Book ought to .be judged
The period covered by the present vol?
ume of the Red Book is not one Ut much
interest in European politics. The dis?
patches that have elicited most attention
are those on the relations of Austria to
Italy, of Belgium and Franoe, and of the
Empire with Rome.
No. 87 is a dispatch to Baron Eubeck, in
Floience, and expresses tho satisfaction of the
Imperial Boyal Government at the friendly re?
lations between Aus ria a ad Hungary and Italy.
As the enmity or Austria and Italy has been a
permanent canse of trouble to Europe, instead
of causing apprehensions these friendly re?a,
tiona ought to be a subject of satiateoimn
everywhere. Both countries are occupied with
their iuternal orsamzilion, and must neccssa
ni y avoid ali complications. Having a common
interest, it is bat natural that thoy are often
found pursuing the same road.
There has b:cn much talk, some time ago
in tb: oapen, about advice given by th- Aus?
trian Siate Chancellor to Balgiom m the matter
of the railway question. Bulating to thia is a
dispatch which explains matters. Connt Wimp
fen wrote from Berlin saying that the Bel tri in
Minister there wished to have Connt Benet's
opinion on tho subject, sad this opinion was
given in a priva e, confidential way. Ho ad?
vised the BoUriau Government net to extend
the dispute with France from the specific rail?
way question into the domain of general poli?
tics, to look upon the diflVe.ice with the view
of facilitating international communication,
and not to see in it an attempt against the in?
dependence of Belgium.
Seven disp ?robes relate to the relations of J
the Empire with Rome. Although courteous,
they give no hope, of any possible change in
the internal policy in favor of the pretensions
The forty -eighth and last dispatch is one to
Count Ingleheim, in Munich, containing the
answer to the proposal of the Bavarian Gov- j
erament to act in common with regard to the
O.-umenical Council to be called together in
Borne. The question put was . he th er it was
not advisable to adopt in common certain pre?
ventive measures against possible emergencies
-for instance, warning the Bishop* not to
venture too far. Count Beast says that after
having consulted with the two Minietries they
arrived at the conclusioa tb it, ia a State based
on liberal and constitutional principles as the
austro-Hnngarian Monamby is, DO preventive
measures can be adopted, as the Catholic
Church is bat exercising it? right when it
meets in council. All that is koowa ?boat the
Coastal are supposition?, on which it would
he impossible to concert any sort of action.
The exceeding oourtesy and air of con
liliatien that pervade all the30 State papers
strikes one with soma degree of surprise;
ind as diplomatists are always supposed to
tare a reason for everything they do or say
>ther thaa> appear? en the surface, we can -
10t help thinking- that the acoomplished
Baron is ia a state of expeotanoy-waitiog
'or a fit opportunity to form one or more
tdvantageoas alliaoc3S. With that ead ia
riew, his policy appears to be to smooth
.he way and remove 0 ba tades, one by one.
France is clearly the etjeot of all this co?
quetry, with Italy, perhaps, to complete
Triple Union. Prussia, of course, the ob
ective point against which this allied
power is to be hurled-and it may be also
against Russia. This, however, as yet is
nere speculation, and there is not Ung jast
it this time, as far as we can know, seri
Dusly to threaten the peace of Europe.
THB readiest solution that we have seen
of wnat is called "the Chinese problem" ia
given ia an extraot mw going the rounds
of the Northern papers, purporting to be.
taken from a speech ef a negro senator of
South Carolina. It is as ftjllowe: "The
"white people say they are going to bring
"coolies and white emigrants to this couu
"try. Bat this oonntry is ours; we've got
"the Legislature and we wont allow it
"and we wont. We'll put the white maa
"ten feet under ground, and, as to the
"coolie?, we'll put them twenty feet."
Who is the ebony tenator who has thus out
the Gordian koot ?
I K K N HOTEL
IHTS HOUSE H STILL OPEN FOB THE AC?
COMMODATION of visitors.
1 ERMS.-Sixty dollars fS60) per month.
B. M. WALPOLE, Ag mt.
JOSEPH H. OPPEZHSIU, Proprietor,
IS RULL OPBN FOB THE B'CKPTION OF
either PE ItU ANENT OK TB ANSIEN I B0ABDEU3.
Terms, $3 per day; $12 per week. Table supplied
with the best the market affords, and m -als served
on arrival of the steamer from the ci tv. Compe?
tent and attentive servants in attendacei. Bath
House connected with th-) exte'-dishmmt.
CHABLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS BOTEL. SITUATED IN A
pleasent location, and In the business portion of the
cit v,-renders lt the mott desirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests. - he accommodations
are unsurpassed, having exiensive suites "1 eleu'ant'y
furoi<ned apartments tor f millee a >d single penile
m-n The proprietor will endeavor to maintain the
biah reputation o< joyed by Ibc " 'barlesiou" as a
fli-Ht cla-s bous?, and no effort ?lil be Feared to de
servo a continuance of thc liberal patronige hereto?
fore be?towed upon it.
The best of Live y accommodation-* will he found
adjoioinz the establishment.
abe house i. sapplied with the celebrated Arts
sian Waler ol wnieh delightful ?>a lia caa be ujd
either day or nadir. t. H. Ju K*Ov,
T . (J LOUD lt OT BL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOl IOUS HOUSE, LOCAL
ED corner ot Broadwar and rorty-fecoLd-street,
poesesse? advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot Its cuesta. It was built express!;
for a flr-t-chss family boarding house-the room?
boina large and en suire, heated hy steam-with uol
an J cold w .ter. and furnished scconj to nose; while
the culinary department is lu the most oxpcrii need
bands, aff- rding guests an unequalled (abie.
(me of Atwood's Paient Kievatorb ts aiso smono
the "modern Improvsmeote'' and at the service 01
guests at ali boura.
The ?roadway and University PUM> Cars pass the
door even- lour minutes, running from the (ht)
Hail 10 (tcut-il Pa-k, while tho sixth an I . .-vent?
Avenue'Inc*are but a short block on ebner side,
?Hording ample facilities for communtcatluu: with ail
'he depots, rite manon! landings, nieces of accuse,
mest anil business of the great inotropoU?>.
."IOU & IIOLLKT, Proprietors.
V arch 12 6nios
DK \31<*>?OI.\G wo utiiKurri-tu,
L-l DIES AND W*H1LT>L2N
attended at their residence iiro:uptlj md at rejaca
8cnd orton 'o W. E UlBSrULL, Ranier,
April lt No, 21 OroKl-!tr?ei -u* -.tatra.)
WARTED, A WRKKLWRlOnT. AP?
PLY at No. 00 CAL30UN-ST2BBT.
WA%TKI>, A GOOD COLOK b.D COOK
AM Tf A>HKR, AfpU immen'ately at No
67 WENlWOBTB-cTBEEJ, between Kingani Ut.
Philip afreet*._ Auguste
WASTED. BT A Y Or H O I ADV. A
sn DAI I..M aa a TEK-BERins family or
Behool in the c ty; will also teach Music, both Vocal
and instrumental. The higbe.-t reconme&dationa
ran be glveii o' character and reputation aa a teach?
er. P.ease address a note to Ur 0. B , Box Ko 504.
Charleaton P. O. tbaM.6_Joly M
lt'AS TKO IO KENT IMMEDIATELY.
VT a Ht D-F, of sta or seven rooms, in Western
suburb*; premites must be in goodoider. Apply
at THW OFHOE. 3*_August 6_
AHEB1D?SCK-WAS'TBUT() It EST,
a HOU-E in tho vicinity of the street railroad,
to contain not lees than seven rooms, with sellable
ott er accommodations, and with modern improve?
ment*, ?pplyst hODTHWENT CORNHR WENT?
WORTH AND Minfl si hi. UTS.
WANTED, FAKT UK A Rfc 9IDB\( K,
ass I'HBBt UB FOUR ROOM-, on oriesr
W?ntworthstreet. or Rutledge avenue. Bent not
to exceed USU. Aduress X O. Z., at this office,
yaly W _
WARTED, BV A MARB1RD MAN, A
situation In some Cotton Mill -outh or South?
west; la acquainted with all brauche*, having work?
ed In them all. bat should elect WE*VI HQ as a
choice I ar tin ? wishing to engage such a person
?ill please addreaa a note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, Mo. 148 t tate-street, Boston. alajr M
WANTED, EVl.U li-UUl i'fcfc^t IJ
SCIiiBE to tho CIBCCXA??Na LIBBABY -
CBABLES O. BIOHTER'8 Select Library of New
Boobs contains all of the latest publication*.
April 21_So. Hil K'NQ-STBEET.
CHINESE LAB UK E It S. - PA lt TI KS
wishing to employ large or ?mall numbers of
Cd IN I Hi: LABORERS, ir ay make the necessary
arran cements lor procuring gangs of sis?- required,
delivered many part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANSCHAAP, can Francisco, California
WANTED, EVE lt Y BOD Y TO KNOW
that JOB PBINTlNO of all kinds, plain and
"brnimenUL is executed promptly in the neatest
style sud st the lowest Mew York prices,atm
INKWB Job Office, Mo. 143 EAST BAT Call and ex?
amine the scale of priesa before giving your order*
WANTED. A OE .MT* FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' BOBSE BOOK, In both Eng
liah and German, by Robert stewart, V. M., of Waa.
i ha wont covers the whole ground of the breeding
snd raising, and the treatment of horse* snd nani ea,
both in sickness and hsalib. It has won Its wav to
popular favor, and is t >day the most popular snd
best selling Hoese Book ont Address 0. F. V EN ':,
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* March 19
TO KENT, A COW TOBT ABL E DWELL
INO with donb'e piusa to the south, and a
kitchen, at No S LACBEL-SIBLET, next to Dr.
Lafar'a Church. 3* August 7 ?
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-TO RENT, Hf
one of tho most desirable locations in the Town
ot Youl trie vi lie, a I fJBN'I-UED HOUSE, contain?
ing lix '8 large square rcoms, with douole piasxis,
racing front beach, convenient to wharf. Good ac?
commodations on premises. ?pply to JNO. M.
TOD?EY, corner Market and Church streets.
Angusi 6 2?
TO REM, THE IPPKH PART OF A
BOUSE. Apply in the LIQUOR 8TOBE comer
ot John and King-it sets. 4* August 5
TO RENT. TflK PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF HTOBY RI>I
Di\NCP" No. 5 Gadsden-itreet, oppo>ite Wentworth.
Apply at CH ABLE-, TON STEAM SAW MILL.
KEAL KSTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houses to rent, can have tb Mr Placards,
kc, print?-.! at the lowest rates, and In the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
?ICE, No. 149 East Bsy
CABB IGE PLANTS I-C A B B A O
PLANTS tor ?ile at No. 39 CA>NON
FOR SALE LOW. A LAUGE CHURCH
ORGPaN, containing thirty-five S.ops.
A SMALL PARLOR I-KOAS", containing four
(.lops, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply at
JOHN BAKER'S OBGAN FAC10B?, No. 13 Van
dcri oret-slreet th?lu3th Joly 8
T P It I VATE SALE, THAT PIN K
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 38. Apply ON
PREMISES._thrtu , January 21
FOR SALE, ONE No. 1 HOUSE. ; ONE
good Butcher Cart, with Harness;' one Two
boree Wason; one Drav. Inquire Jt No. 818 KING
SfBKCf._0*_ August 4
FOK SALK. ONE HUNDKEO THOUS?
AND ACRES OF "ND in Kershaw County,
o o KSI sro o or:
FIFTY VERY PELECT EAU Mi near Camden and
on the Railroad, varying in aise from 150 to 600 acres
These and adjoining t anne are being taken by our
best citizens, and afford every advantage tor health?
ful, covan r able and pro9table lanna.
MANY LA lt GK AND CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market.
DEMBABLE RESIDENCES in Camden and Kirk?
SEVERAL LARGE-TRACTS Or"WOOD UND
A few very VALUABLE nITES for manufactories.
Address, WM. M. SHANNON,
Attorney at Law, Caa den, H. C.
AUCTION RE KS, BK OKERS, AND
o tb era wishing "xor Kala" Placard", Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
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August 3 5
yyr A8HINGTON COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL B. E. LEK,
AIDED UT A TOLL CORPS OF PROFESSORS,
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1869, aud r|0>es Ju- e >5th. 1870
In od.'i iou -o iba rc.'dar I'ollegl-.t: Coarse, the
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July 19 imo Olerk of Fae Hy.
UNIVERSITY OF VIUG1SIA.-TUM
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ail. on the first day ot October, and continue*, with?
out interruption, till thc thursday preccJingibe
four h of July ensuing.
The organisation of Ihe Institution is very com?
pte e. embracloiPBxtenpive 'ind thonugh courses
of instruction-ta lirEllAT?RE AND bCIBNOE,
and l-l the Professions of Law, Medicino, aud lingi
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the ?ulan e iu the progro-e ol :u* session.
For details oeud ior catalogue
PO., -Uuiv roity of Virgiau."
S. M AC PIS,
July 24 Imo Chairman ol the Faculty.
JOHN u . A tKXAHllbK,
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So. io hroad-itrcct. *'
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t'HAKLESTUS TVPOGHAPHKAL SO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOOB
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at Eight o'clock, over the Store of Mr. J H. VOL
LEBs, northeast corner of Beaniuin and et. Phillp
By order. JAMES BONAN,
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THC REGULAR MONrULT MEETING OF TBE
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Angntt 7 F. A. SIL OX. Secretary.
J (barun f.
AMEIllC VN TONTIVE
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
No. 4 MARYLAND BUILDINGS. BALTIMORE.
Dn. WM. M. POST. Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
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JOHN KIRKLAND, Jn., General Agent.
CHARLESTON DOA.RD REFERENCE'
Hon. ALFRED UUOEB.
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Havlugbecn apo lated Genen) Anent for North
ind South Csrol'na for the above reliable aod popu?
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able terms. JOHN KtHKLAND, Ja.
Office for th? pr?tent at Messrs. Courtenay A
Trenhokn's. Union Wharf, ws3mes. June 2
CARDIA rv MUTUA U
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Orgunixed in 1859 .
ALL POLICES NONFORFEITABLE.
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? a^ IL,Lilts di CHISOLdH,
FACTOR'S, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
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low. Ad.liCB DAUB OslDl.N,
Februar) 22 Pinup*- or?.
ttrarrries no) ^ is celia aeons.
MELONS AND PEA HES.
WK ABS OF PE BING I BI? MOB Ni:. O A LA HOB
lot of ATJOUbTA MELONS, also a lars??Ito.
at 7 of choice Cleir and CHni-atone PEA CH Ei fer
som wishing Peaches 'or preserving will find lt to
their advantage to Inspect ocr stock before purcha
slag el* where, as tiley are superior to any ottered
in ibis market this st aeon, and ?ill be ?old low. .
A?1DBEW- A SALVO.
A?gost7_1? . Mo ?97 King-street
ZINC, ? EL I.OW METAL
SHEATHING AND KAILS,
CONSTANTLY ON BANO. FOB '.AXE BY
CHI OLM BBOIHEBS.
Aognst 7_swlmo_Adger's Wharf.
PitlME WESTr BIM iXEAB BIB
SIDES AND S HO U L DE tl8, ?lc.
OA HBDS. STRICTLY PBTJCB WKSTEBN
OU . CLEAB RIB.??IDES s HD -BOULDER*
10 boxes Stncily Prime Dry Salted Western Long
10 hun- Brlgnt second Quility Shoulders
25 bbls Pilme Molasses. :
Jost received and for sale by
August 6 2 LAUBEY fc ALEXANDER.
1 di lA BARBELS FUE-H LIME. LANDING
JLOv/'/ from schooner Clara Belle, on Brown k
Co 'H Wharf. For sale by OLNEY k CO.
. PE4S. w
ff) A A A BUSHELS BL\CK PEAS, SUITAB J
?\J\t\J for seed an J loedii g. for sale by
July 24_T.J. HEBB AC J.
QA AA BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE CORN.'
ejl/iJU sligbily heated. For sale. a. a lo*
price, by lt3. KERB 4 CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, most de iciouA and healthy t XK3. used
for Puddings, Jollies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Soups, Ac, put up lal 16. pack?
ages, with directions for sse.
Desiccated cocoanut, for Pies, Poddngi, Cakes,
ax., put ap in half th. packages, witt, directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in hal' pints, pints
and a tarts.
Cider and White Wine Vinegar, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Plo Coffee, of good quality, at See.
Jost received sod for sale by
CO-OPEBAifYE GROCERY STORE.
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods dehvoreu free. May 18
r.AA AAA FEET OF HEWN TIMBER, OF
f.)vJU#v/l/U various tizes sndoualitifs.
For sale by CHISOLM BROTHERS,
West Fud Tradd-etreet,
August 4 wstuf4 Or Adger's r-orth Wharf.
U. & H. W. CATHEBWOOD'8
EXTRA FINE PU RE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACH IT ATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PUBE OLD MONONGAHELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS k
CO. our Agent?, wno by ibis arrangement are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices vb Ich mil insure
satisfaction. H. Ac H. W. CATHER WOOD.
H. afc H. W. CATHERWOOVD'S
? x TBA FINE PUR OLD
MONONGAHELA WHISKI E'S.
gr r\ BARRELS OF THE ABOYE FAVOBITJ
OU WBISKIE*. ceiling of X, XX XXX, XXXX.
and NECIA a and CABINET BBaNDS, and also of
ower ?rade*. V
. ?Now landing, and fer ?ale low by
H. <?hBD TS k CO..
June 12 sinth3mo_No. - East Bay.
$100 P?h?DAY DISCONTINUED
HAVING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
widespread sale fer * VEN fUBY" brand of
Fine Cot Che ?In? Tobacco, w? desire to announce
that we ab*U not paek daUr ?TOO in tbs small fin
foil na pen after ti* date. Joly 1st. tts merit* being
so favorably rt rr>rcn*i hu tass :aslarenient is no
lot ger neotsuy. To avoai a^aawaaBsV ns'rat, bow
tver. wv weald *jkJ tte* wt tana coartna? to pack
orders for efezec? UiE2-TH iCX PtPC? In oar
..lacht dab" acal '?taan' tena* at Emoting
lb* -Tadr? Ctab" af ??mid. if Jfcimna*. aod can
net ic;ar* nae h?ia??. vni at aspemufl^ r-c:<r=esd
eo to <t :i f^ifasaey i^npamm? ac ms*rvo*M
lb* zrui-i are "smaul a> ?BBI *ir liernflaes
*>_ l ?3LC.IED.
Jaly :?_?art t-nu_Sa^York.
a L IX CF CYPRES'* PO>TS AN I? PLANKS;
A .C*,iXvc-'A-a PLcM?S and t Si inches
tai,-*, nor BBkitc^ ?v St*nB*r Marion on Mar
?ha.l'? Wharf. J. MARSHALL, Jr.
FRESH DB I'tiS,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, WHQEE
SiLtvAND ELI AL. by Dr. H. BAIR, No.
WOLF'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Fonts' Horse and Cattle Powders
winslow's Soothing Syrup
Perrr Pavia' I alnkUier
Mexican Mustang Llnament
s/ahneetoek's Yenni ruga
Peery'* Dead Shot, Ac, Ac, fte.
SOUK AND MOLASSES.
.A /* HH'tf. CHOICE PORTO RI?X) SUGaR^.
<?D SO bbl*, choice Porto Rico Surar
5U hhda Muteovado Sogar
100 bhdf. Coba Molasses
SO bbls Ouba Montase*
10 bhd*. Porto Rio Molasses.
For sale tn lota to suit pur. hasers. by
W. P. HALL,
Julv 7 walmo Brown k Co.'* WharC
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAL. BY
Dr. H. BAEB.
June 26 No. 131 Meeting-street
li . KILLEY,
TROT, NEW YORK,
STOVES, RANGES, HE ATE KS, HOIaLOW
MANUKA CIT REE OF
"PHLLANTBBOPIST," " CHIEF COOK,'
"CHABTEB OAK" AND "CIVIUAN"
ADMIBABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AND FOB 3111 BX
D. L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND DNR1TALLPX) FOR
capacity, durability,, conveniences ann the general
purposes to which Cooking Stove* are used. The
PHILANTHROPINI is extra heavy plated, and ha*
Ash Drawer; can oe mad- into a six belier bole
stove; baa catt iron Witer Tank galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly tirst-class Stove. Tie
CIVILIAN ia o>a neat design,and has afine large
Oven. This Stove can be bad with the extension
oack, six boise? and reservoir when desired.
For limber information apply io
D. L. FULLERTON.
January 3C imo* Auausta, Ga
JJ^UUai'.CS ?* MACCKTII.
Ko. 30 llroad-street.
Charle?lon. S. C..
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REALEST ATS
ti&.\! .;.\L CUE W 1 SSIOtl AUK VIS
W ti: titttend to Rt-utm^ Slid Collecting ol Bents
and purchase sud tale ct Meek-, ttouds, a*)ld,
Silver and Ural Esta.e.
To the Purchase ol Goods and Supplies for partis
in the country upon reason ible erma.
G SOBO E L. HOIMES.ArxXAN02B Maestra.