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THE DAILY NEWS,
ai ORD AN, DAWSON & CO.,
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MEWS B VMM AMY.
- -GoIJ clewed in New York yesterday heavy
-Cotton closed firm and active; silos 1800
bales; m idonng 33^.
A u.ia Liverpool yesterday cotton closed qaiet,
with quotations one hanged.
' -A. handsome West Pointer has captured
the rich Jerome's daughter.
-General John C. Breckiaridge bas deter
-rainedTO settle permanently iii Lexington,
/Kentucky, and resume tbe practico ol btw..
-Ia a few days theio is to be a tournament
by the negroes of Tennessee, in which a novel
Jsjad. p-Coliar lea turo Will be a butting match.
. .-Yoong Chine sa fops in New York have
abandoned queues and silk trodes, and attire
themselves in dress'ooata, stunning neck-ties
?nd patent'leathers. _
-. -It is said there are over for iy women at
oue hotel m Saratoga whose avoirdupois is
?a ailina ted at two. hundred and fifty pounds
.Bach, and there are several who exceed throe
hnndred pounds. .,.
- ^ -As the first step toward the removal of tho
Washington Capital to the Mississippi Valley,
'Ho Weet'will, at the next session of Congress,
protest against any further appropriations for
jorernment buddings .'n Washington.
'-The American Dental Association, held at
Saratoga, has aeciaj^d lo no]d its next meeting
at Nasbrilio, Tennessee, - The electron of offi
oers took place on Thuradgy, and Horner
Judo, ni St. Lo ma, was ohosen pr esi d' en t.
-The North OerJran corr espondeo t of the
17 th ultimo says that in the' Uni ?er?t y of Sar -
Un. at the pres ant moment, "there arc no less i
-than sixty American students, mostly eons of j
rich planters from the Soo them States of the
inion.*' '"' r " .
-An order has been introduced in the Com?
mon, Council, at Washington, D.C., "to pro
-Ik?bt? tb? raieiugoi mosquitoes" in-that city,
a f*nalty of from- ti to 15 on
a who ahaJl allow*any bucket, rub
.er other receptacle obtaining w?ter in their j
yards without havinatba earn o securely'cor
j*stHftbjB prevent mosquitoes from propagating.
' -Chicago bas a. million dollar will case on
trial Mrs. Julia' No wherry, widow, of Walter
L. Newberry, who died DeOamber 8,1868. has
j ost filad, in one of the Courts, a bill to break
ibo will of ber late husband, on the groand of
injustice to herself aid deprivation of her
rights of J-jit? The estate is mw valaed*at
from ti fxKjtWt? $3 000.000, and by the law of |
-dower the widow is entitled to one-third, in?
stead of the allowance made in the will of $10,
000 anc nally and the homestead. The case
inns becomes one of great magnitude, and its
iT*esultwill be looked for-with interest.
. -The ronnel under the Straits of Dover,
which bas been so long discussed, appears to
be given op. lt is stated that the engineers
of Fran M and of Eaglaod have jost now pro-,
nounced definitely against the scheme. They.
^ail agree, indeed, that the tunnel is quite fcias
THff bot then "they add'that the cost of it
would be ?10,000,000; which puts it quite oat
OT the ;; question, unless, the Governments of
France undo? England Should, in the interest
of international amity, think' it right te pro-.
coed with the works regardless of expense. To
- j?y, such a tunnel would require twenty thous- <
stt? passengers a day at five shillings tpiece,
^crbody looks forward to such a large traffic
feen,the two countries.
Aj'rfcf York letter "says : The two. China
7Trrrtt Mr. Chung Sue and Sing ' Aloa, who ac
-companied the committee as far as Chicago,
- SRll be in Net Yo/k in the course of a day or
two. They reutfMfeni, two of the SIX houses in '
-San Francraco who have control of Chinese
faroigrwtnxn; and are oom i og here with a view to
-the introduction of their countrymen to the
-Gerties of the Atla otic 3tates. It is needless to I
4ffi$f|b&|^Pi&t the great body of por work
.?De* People contemplate tho adven.t-ef-these
flfb5angsjrs with any thing, bu. a friendly eye.
-At Lhesame tune they are prepared to give the
-/iw/Q ChinsmjQ ahoys all ade J to a fair hearing.
As sooo as they arrive-the Cooper institute will
-be placed at their disposal, if they wish to ad?
dress tho citizens. .:
-T^r e Kaw, York Tribuno says: "The art of
nose-pulling was nicely exhibited on a railway
train put of Boston risat week. Mr. Cartis,
bunker ?nd lawyer^ was vastly annoyed by Mr,'
burchill, wbq was going io see his family in
the country, and wbq .seated; himself beside
; Jir. Curtis, with a large carpet-bag and a small
.toy wagon. . Mr. Curtis expressed his wrath at
-<hia baggage. Mr. Churchill said, 'Yon are no
gentleman;' whereupon, said Ur. Curtis in his
testimony, ?I took hold of bia nose and turned
_ it ID a mod?r?t; and quiet manner.' It should
havo been a satisfaction to Mr. Churchill to
bave had bia nose not disgraoefu:iy pulled but
moderately and quietly turned; but it wasn't;
fox hs called Mr. Curtis a scoundrel, whereup?
- -oa. 'Mr. Curtis on far ely destroyed Mr. Church
. flVa spectacles by a well delivered blow aimed
st the nose cf tho unhappy proprietor. His
'-turn has come now, for tho moderate aoso
wrmger and annihilator of spectacles has beon
sentenced to jail for two months, besides re?
ceiving a particular and personal wigging from
the judge. Such are thc hardships which await
-the 'qiiet' Eo^e-turnei."
: -The Chemical News foi August hos the
following: 'Tone children were burned to
death at Corydon, Indiana, on the night of |
July SJ; the fire w atlribn'ed to tho explosion
of a lamp while the children were* all asocp.
. July 13th. Nora Woolf,, of New York, aged 14,
-K?s fatally burned by an explosion of kerosene
. ?sed for kindling ? fire. July 14"), John
t -Stein, of Yonkers, wes aho:ktngly burned by
the explosion of a kerosene lamp. Joly 13th,
.it kerosene lamp exploded at No. 71 ? a ya ra?
stree t, New York. M rs. Ami Fdstlouel was
burned to death in Baltimore by the oxplo3ioa
of a can o? kerosene oil. Mr. Wellington, of
.Boston, w?s.fjar?rtlly burnod by tho explosion
-of* Jamp containing 'lucine til.'. Tuc lamp
was sbattsred inte moro than .ono hundred
. pieces. 'Looms od-i? a dight end dangerous
naphtha, one of-tbe most explosive products
cof petiffi?v/?l0 The East ffitmpton Babier
'Tttr?td Works uni tS?o Yalloy Pump Company's
^forint w?H?^txbyba WW,' July 12, caused
by sn.explo/BOo of. rj^phtha^io^s $110.005. '"We
ebail continuo1 to rleooiq these sbockingjcasual
tiCAc;ose<lby dangerous kerosene till by pas?
taje bf saiiaWe laws W3 are satisfled tint tho
putMic hua been proper iy educated on the aub?
-The Loudon Times apeala of the fioalset
tlemest of tba Irian Church question as Iou
loire: "lue settlement of a moat difficult and
lone controverted question may be made tbe
occasion of a word of common sense, which
shall also bo a word of peaoo. Nothing has
been more common dorine the recent discus?
sions than co accuse tbe Lords, and more es?
pecially th? bishops, of having spoken with
the single aim oi getting more money, tor their
friends. The Primate's speech ladt night will
provoke many repetitions of this charge. It
was, indeed, verv fairly open to them. It must
cot be forgotton, however, that the bill is a
disendowing bill; it grants absolute libertv
of organization, but takes away property
hitherto devoted to the use of particular per
SODS. Wim form could opposition taite toa
measure like this excspt tint of attempting to
mitigate ils severity? Hod the friends of the
li iah Church at once resigoed everything that
was required of them, t ne ir submission would
bave boen a confeaaion that they never ought
to bare bad possession of their endowments;
and, although we hold this opinion, we cannot
expect them to acknowledge and act apon it.
Do not let us persist in repeating thia c> arge .
Roman Catholic or Anglican, Baptist or Pres?
byterian, ecclesiastic or layman, no man give3
what he believes tobo his own without a mur?
mur, and to call bim covetous because he at?
tempts to save as mach as he can from those
he deems bis despoilers is to convict curatives
of narro inca J which would be incredible if it
had n >t ot late become almost miversal."
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST IQ. 1869.
Th* South Carolina Hailroad Company.
Letters hare been received by the Pres?
ident of the South Carolina Railroad Com.
pany from the Hon. C M Fuman fully
oonftrming the cable telegram published in
this paper two weeks ago. The negotiation
for the exohange of the past due sterling
bonds, .guaranteed by the State, for new
first mortgage bonds of the company has
been successfully completed, and the stock?
holders need apprehend ao further embar?
rassment in oenneo ion with the overdue
Oar Slate grows daily more prosperous
and strong, ont people see the bend in the
long lane of adversity, and we kn o v no rea?
son, why the South Carolina Railroad should
not speedily become as profitable to its own
stockholders as it has always been ta the
eosamonwealth of South Carolina. If grow?
ing trade, administrativa ability and eco?
nomical management can command public
favor and thumping dividends, tire South
Carolina Railroad Company will soon be
one of the most flourishing corporations in
the South. i
AB Important li mil road Project.
- It would bs a pleasant'thing Bur ely to
run through from Waahington to Charleston
ia twenty-one hours, not by the Californian
air ship, or by a break neok Lightning
Train, bnt by oars running at ? moderate
speed via Alexandria, Lynchburg, Greens?
boro' and Cheraw, so avoiding the twists
and turns in the present route via Wil?
mington, Weldon and Riohmond. This
result, so much to be desired, can, it
seems, be accomplished by the oonstruotion
of the North Carolina Central Railroad from
Cheraw to Greensboro', and by the com?
pletion of the direct railroad from Danville
The North Carolina Central .Railroad
Company is already organised, Public
meetings have been held in different planes
t?test the feeling of the people, and every?
where the project has been favorably re?
ceived. Nor ia this surprising. The dis
tanootoWbuilt from Cheraw to Greens?
boro' is only one hundred miles, with easy
grades ? and but little excavation neces?
sary. At present ?the -lands -along the
toute are of little value, but if the road bo
built they will at oboe command a good
pries in tba markst This the people
-know, and the landholders have already
agreed to subscribe 200,000 sores of
land at the present ooah value for stock in
the road. At the low prioe of $2 60. an
'acre this gives the North Carolina Central
Railroad Company a working money basis
to begin with of $500,000. There is no
question that the line will benefit every
rood of land through whioh it runs, but
what will it do for Charleston ? '
The saving of time in transit would un?
doubtedly ciuse the whole ..tide of through
travel to flow over the new route to Charles?
ton, whence the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad would carry the passenger* to
Savannah, where they would connect with
short lines to every part of the South and
West. A glance at the map will show that
for all travel from.Boston, New York, Bal
timore, Washington and Richmond to all
points on the Southern Atlantic ooast and
Gulf of Mexico, the new route, via Alex
andria, Lynchburg, Greensboro' and
Charleston, would be thc qnickast and most
direct. So much for passenger travel. In
regard to freight business it may be said
that the aim of the shipper now is rapid
delivery combined with low rales. Upon
lines of railroad the quickness and cheap
ness should bo determined by the distance
to be travelled. It stands lo reason, there?
fore, that if the Cheraw and Danville liue
is shorter than the old line by Richmond and
Weldon, it ctn compete successfully for all
regular railroad freight now pacing over
the eld line. And by the completion of the
Cheraw and Greensboro' Railroad (known
by its corporate name of North Carolin i
Central Railroad) Charleston should be able
to lay her hands upon the trade of an im?
portant Beo'-ion of country from whioh she
is now cut off. The road crosses the whole
system of East and West North Carolina
Railroads, and would allow Charleston to
compete with Wilmington for the trade of
Western North Carolina, while with Lynch?
burg there would undoubtedly be a? largi
business both ways. From that point we
should draw tobacco, and, when neoasjary,
bacon and breadstuff?;, while from Charles?
ton should be shipped, via Lynchburg,
supplies of cotton, rice and manufactured
goods for the West.
The whole prospect ?for business by
the new route is bright and flittering
AU that is wanted is to complete the
direct line from Lyoohburg to Danville,
and to build the North Carolina Cen
tral Railroad Toe Lynchburg and Dan
Tille R. tl ru ad ia nu ir lu c uaroo ot cm
Btruolicn. That part of the work will be
done for us; bat we mast do something for
ourselves if we wonld have built, without
delay, the i mp or (ant line from Cheraw to
Greensboro', N. C. The road will not cost
more than $4,000 OOO, and a large part of
this has, "we believe, already been pledged.
THE triumph of the Conservative Repub?
licana in Tennessee is another cheering
sign tbat the days of Badioal Republican?
ism are numbered. The election of Andrew
Johneon to the United States Senate is now
bj no means improbable. One of the West?
ern journals, lately canvassing the pros?
pect, profanely obeeerved that "Brownlow
mtgbt as well be in h-1 aa to have A. J.
back again in the United States Senate."
Is it not time for the parson to be mating
bis preparations for the fate apparently in
store for bim t
I K K N HOTEL
IBIS HOUSE IS SI ILL OPEN FOB THE AC?
COMMODATION of visit?n.
'1 sauts.-Sixty dollars f$C0) per month.
B. M WALPOLE, Ag"nt.
August 5 thstuS
Tyj^ " U LT HI KV 11 LB HOUSE,
JCSEPR H. OPPXtBBiy, Proprietor,
U RI ILL OPEN FOB THB RECEPTION Of
either fBUUANKNX OB TB\NSI?NT BOARDER*.
Terms, SS per day; $1? pe: week. Table supplied
with ttie beet the market s fiords, and ovals served
on mrrlval of the steamer from the dtr. Compc
1 PD t and attentive aervants In attendance. Ba tn
House cenneated with th? eeUbllahmont.
CHARLESTON-, SOU IQ CAROLINA.
THIS FIBflr-CL*.SS BOTEL, f-T rUATZD IN A
pleasant location, and in the business portion of the
cit., renders it the most ileelrable Hotel for either
perminent or transient guesla. i he accommodations
sre unsurpassed, having extensiv? suites nf elegantly
furni.-Ded apartments lor funllles sad single e en tie?
nten. The proprietor will endeavor io maintain the
blah reputation ai joyed by tho "Charleston" as a
flint class bouse, and no effort ?rbi be spared to da
serve s continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it
Th?best of livery accommodation- wilt be found
adjoining the establishment.
Th? house i < supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian-Water, of which delightful baths caa be hast
esther day or nl<iht h. H. JAOKSON,
July 18 Proprietor.
THIS NBff AND COMMOEIOUS BOUSE, LOCAL
ED corner ol Broadway and Ferry-second-street,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot Its cuesta. It was built cipresal j
for a fir .-t-ri je a family boarding house-the rooms
bolus large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold water, and furnished second to none; while
Ute cuUpary department is in the most experienced
bands, affording guests an un eq a a ll ad tabla.
One mt Atwood's Patent Kievators is also amona
the "modern imprcrrementa", and at the ?enrice ol
guests at all hon?.
The Broadway and University Place Cart pass tn s
door every four minutes,, running from the Oliy
Hall to Central Park, while tba Sixth and > events
Avenue'ines are bat a short block on either aide,
s (lording ample facilities for communicating with all
tbs depots, steamboat landings, daces of axust
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MO UK Si HULL KT, Proprietors.
Varch 12.. (" Stunt
U A lt D I .1 fl MUTUAL
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised In 1859.
ALL POLICES NOS-FORFEI CABLE.
RALF LOAS TAKEN, NO NOTES REQUIRED.
. LAST CASH DI7LDEND 60 (FIFIY) PKR CENT.
Polices In force.S23,OOJ.O00
| ?.nnnal Income.. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. p?CKHAM, President.
?Wu. T. BOOKER, y.'ce-Prealaent,
L. Mc IDA31. Secretary and Actuary.
O.A. FUD ICE AR, Snperln tendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES Haas sa, Firm of Harper A Brue., ex
Mayor New York.
JOBS J. ('RAKE, President Bank Republic.
Wat M. YEBMIXTE, Banker (Verm?ye A Co.)
Unas O. Boozwooo,-Cashier Newark Bankm,' Com*
j Hom GEORGE OPDTKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOBOAN, Banker.
I THO&US RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Bilney A Co.
PESJ. B.>HSB?AN, XreatnrerNctv York Ste tm Su?
gar Refining Coupiay.
AARON ABSOLU, Firm of Arnold, Cou-?able A Co.
RICUABO H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Uowne, Lawyers.
ll Y. HACQHWOCT, Firm E. V. Oaughwout A Co.
WM WILSENS, Firm QfW. Wilstens li Co.
JULIUS H. Pnarr. Mer chan*.
Wu. W. WJUOUT. Merchant.
Cn AS J. -rana, Merchant.
WlI.IJA M ALLEN, M ere bant.
GEO. W. CtTfLKtt, Baoker, Falmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPES Presideot Contineutal Fire Insur?
JOHN O. FBBHWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECK a AM, Corner Pith Avenua aod
Enwasn H. Waiourr, Newark. N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWELL, Merchant
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLIN*.
Er. T. REENSTJERN.V, Fximiniog Phystciin.
GLNtEAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
t'Asce So. al69 Kinji-strect,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 12 Day 1 yr
vafooMO wo n iiu-cuAi'iau,
LADIES AND JHIIADK^N
attended at their residences promptly aud at rea.-on
Send orders ?o W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April U No. 31 uro vi-?irr ?.! >at> - tai ra.)
fJ'O BK 1191 K? ll MEX.
Thii SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED Al SUMTER, S. C.,
I* ONE OF THE BEST ?AP'"?S IN THE Ul*.
COUNT KY; has a lame circulado ., and anords mi.
nerior ad vantages sr an adi jrtistng medium, lertnf
low. Addres DARB k OVfilEN,
February 2i Prnor
CUEVEA di NISBET,
PRODUCE BROKERS AND COMMISSION
WILL ATTENP TO THE rUBCUA6E OF
COTTON. RICE, &c.
W.U m irk, cl ?84 and ?hip the same.
Uhry resttectfallv nolb't the patronage of their
friends and the merchantseeuendly.
Office rvo. 3 Accommadation AVlinrf,
With entrauce on Vendue Rs:;ge,
^CHARLES T 0 N x S . ?.
Jul > 3d wrasssS*
SHRIMP I ?HIIIMPMVAMEO RK?
SPUN -1 t? Lt FISH K' MEN ta contract for fur
nlahing HURIMPd-lly daring tue aeaaon. PAUL
WEXJH* BB\NDhb._a_ _August 10
WA M y D A FKMALE ASSISTANT IN
a corn trj school, to 'aka charge of toe Pi l
mary Deparnv. nt. One acquainted with muru, ami
the i ubiic hool method of teaching pr- 'furred,
s?i?rv $l&*3 dollars sud b?aid per scholastic j ear of
len a on bf. Address, with tcstimoi lals, /. D H.
P. ?. Bex 431 _ S*_August 10
WiNTED, A SMALL, GIRI., LEI WHEN
13andl0jears ot og? (wblle prefored) to
take care or a chi'd nod ??sit-t in gtner?l honsi-work.
Applv with lecomniendariots, to No.96 Bl AU-Als
tii BEET. 1*_august 10_
WAMi t) A ltliSPKCTABL.lt: WHITE
Wi MAS. to do t ous? work and make her-clf
generally uaelul in a ?mall family. Apply at Jo.
cHUm H-.siKtKr, cast side, near Battery
I1|7A*T*D TO KENT OR LEASK, A
VV SMALL HOOK, with four room fte , in a
COL vcD lent lccallty. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
WAtTUP, A GOOD COLOKKD COOK
AM WAMit K. Applv hnmediately at rio
67 WENlWORTB-sTBEEJ, between Kine an 1 ht.
Philip strata._August 6
WA M F.D. BT A YOCNG > ADV, A
Sil DAI Ii .N as a TEACHER ina family or
school lu the i ty; will also teach Music, both Vocal
and Instrumental. The hlgbe-t recommendatioi s
ran be Breon o' cbaraet*r and refutation as a teach?
er. P.ease address a note to Mr G. B , Box No 69a,
Charlean . P. O._that 16_inly 29
WAV TKO. PAKT ?IF A Rh SIOUX* ft,,
eij I UHKL OK FOUR BOOM.'', on or i ear
Wi nt worm-street, or hutledge avenue. Bent not
lo exceed (850. Address X O. Z., at thia office.
July 27 _
WM KD, BV A MARRI KO BIAS, A
situation tn some Cctton MB1 -outli or South?
west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed tn mem all, but should select WE WINO as a
choice. J artie? wishing to engage am b a iieraou
?ill pkaee address a note, staring terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY. Wo. 118 Mate-street, Boston. May 24
WANTED. EVEKYUOUl TO .?I'D.
8CB1BE to tho LIB!'FLATING LIBRARY -
CB ABLES C. BIG HTER'3 Select Library of New
Fooks contains all of the latest publications.
April il_No. ICI KING-STREET.
CH I N E S K, ^ABOKKIIH.- PAKTIE8
wi? nmg to employ large or ?mal! numbers of I
CHINESE LABORERS, rray make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gang? of al* in quired
delivered ba any part of the country, by gpulication
to H. HOPMAN j CH A AP, San Francisco, California
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
J that JO ?, PRINTING of nil kinda, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly in the neater.
?tyla sud at the lowest New York prli es, at i BX
- Ews Job Office. No. li) EAST BAT Call and ex.
amine the scale of prices before giving jour ord era
WANTBO.AQE.VTN KOK I HK AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Hobart stewart. 7. K, of Mias.
"'he work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
both in sickness and health. It bas won its way to
popular favor, aai ls oday the moat popular and
>*B*t ashing Horse Book ont. Address 0. F. VEN .
'TWUllstier, ctneinnaa, O. imo * March 19
TU KENT, ACOBIPORTABLE DWELL
D?G with double piusa to the south, and a
k.lohen, at Ko 6 L A PRE i.-s I BEET, next to Dr.
La tar'? Church. 3* August 7
TO KENT. THE PLK.AS AN TI. Y SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY REM
Di NCR, So. C Gadsden-street, oppoMte Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM S\W MILL.
EBAL C STATK AGENTS), ANO OTHERS
having bouses to rect, can have tbeir Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest ratea and In the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
rloE, No. 149 East Bay.
C\BB%GE PLANT!* '.-C ABBA GE
PLANTS lor tale at No. 39 CANNON
SI PEEL_thsni3*_Au.nat g
FJil SALE LOW, A Li A lt GE CHURCH
.OEGiN, containing Ihirty.flveS.ops.
A SMALL PARLOR otGAN, conta'-;ng four
Mops, in a handsome Rosewoc/1 , n;a. Applv at
J??N BAKEU'? ?fl?UN r.iClORY, No. 13 Van
q,r?orst-a ree t.._thatuSth_July 8
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FIN E
STAND with flxturea for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 39. Apply ON
PBEMIMES._tu?tn January. 21
FOR BALE, ONE No. 1 M OK S tl. ; ONE
good Batcher Cart, with Harness;,.'on? Two
boree wa;on; one Drav. I . quire at No. 618 KING
FOR SALE. ONE HUNDRED THOUS*
AND ACRES OF LAND in Kershaw County,
FIFTY VERY SEL tel FA it M i near Camden and
on the Railroad, varying lu size from 150 to 600 acres
Th?se and adjoining tarma are being taken bv our
best citizens, and ax ord every advantage tor health?
ful, cornier able ?nd profitable farms.
M tNY LABOE AND CHOICE PLANTATION j,
convenient to market
DESIRABLE RESIDENTES in Camden and Kirk?
SEVERAL LARGE TBA0TS OF WOOD L \ND
A few vary VALUABLE SITES for manufactories.
Address, WM. M. SU ANSON,
Attorney at Law, Camden. ?. C.
July 23 pac Imo*
FOR BALE, FOUR MCCARTHY MOL?
LES GISS, second hand, but bttle used
1 Premium Faim GrM Mill, "Proseus" Patent
1 Hand-power Steel Grist Mill
18 Ploughs, of varied and most approved patterns,
all but little used, an 1 at low prices
1 Cotton B enter
1 Four-horse Po .er Steam Engine, recond band, in
Apply to ?'AttiEBON, BARKLEY * CO.,
Nor beast corner Meeting aod Cumberland streets
Angn?t 9_ Imo
AUCTIONEEKS, Blt OK Kitt?, * N O
others wishing "I or Sale" Flararde, Business
Cards, or othor Job Printing executed with neat
nets and dispatch, will consult their iutcrest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
FOR SALE, OLO NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. I'rico 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapplo.' paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the office of TH E N EWS. March 1
Piss0lo?0o nf ?0j)artQcrsl)tp.
DISSOLU I KIN OF COPAH'INKKSMIP.
WILLUM PAUL withdrew from tho ri rm of
Lv PAUL ft OJ . on 21 instant.
The business will DO conducted by the subscrib?
ers tinder tho same name as heretofore.
DD NB VB PAUL.
Augu.t7 stuw3 JOHN PUL.
A S II I > GTON COLLEGE.
PRE8LDENT, GENERAL R. E. LEE,
AIDED Br A KULL Conr-a or J'sorEssoaa.
THE NEXT RES-ION OPENS SEPTEM UER IC?H
1669, and . Jo-.cfl Jut e t?tb, 1870.
in adtiliton 'o tho w-iar Collegtata Course, tba
I'TO'es'ional .-ctools ol Lnwontl civil aud Mining
Euglncoriup, ure iu tull onrl alien.
Necessary expeoee*. n-jni ?300 to f375.
For catalog IP, address J M. LEE0H.
July ;9 imo Clerk of F.ic Hy.
UMVEF.SIi Y OE VII.GIN1.V.--TIIE
Se.-sionof this luMitutiou ro um-ncc-i anira
ail on tho first da> ot nctober, and cumins.es with?
out .uterruptiou. till thc Ihuriday prece ting the
four b of -futycusulug
The orgaiuz.ttiou of the Institution ia very com
pie e. embraclog extcni-ive ?nd thorough cour-ea
of instruction ia lliEltvTUBE AND ^CIEN0E,
and in the Proteeslon* of Law, Medicino and Engi?
'' be ixpense of tho Academic or Law Student, ex?
clusivo of the cost of text books and clothing and
pocket money, amount to about S360 per ses?
sion of nine monto-; and of the Engineering or
Medical Student to ariout ?395. ot which sums, re?
spectively, 1230 or $2)0 is payable on a imlssioo, and
tho tibian : e in tho progre-* ot the session.
For details scud for caulotfue
PO., -Univ rsityof Virginia."
July 21 Imo Chairman of the F-icnltr.
rpU03IAS J. HAYNER <& CO.,
Particular at'eaLoti lo Special Bania for Gioxrs
No.*. 20 LIBERTY-STREET ANO C4 MAIDEN LANS'
?3P Samples .-ont to res^on-nVe louse?.
Jul,' 2,' tutbsDmo
CA KOLI VA ti! AP IE H, % o. 1, R. A. M.
AREGULAR COHVOCAXION O? i BI- CHAP
ThR trill bo h-M Ian EVENEIO, at Eight
o'ci ck. Members will take doe ronco and govern
By order of the M. E. H P.
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
A ugtut 10_Btcretsry.
ST.PATHICK*S UK\ ev?M.KM SO
ATIRS? THE REGULA H MONTHLY Mf KT
INO ef your Society THIS EVENING, at Bia
64>utc Ball st h.lgbt o'clock
A tull attendance la required, a? th* Arrear 11st
wlk be read and ibe rate applicable to deiitqucnts
will be sUlcily enforced. W. SAKER,
August io hecrsiaty.
SOUTH CA HO LT ?A FRIENDLY
ARtGBLAR MON iHLV MEET NG ( F TBI8
Soo.ely will be held IE is 1 VENINO at Eia.hr
o'ciock, at LludstetU's Hall, corner E UR and Calhoun
Members are requested to be punctual m attend?
By order of the President
August 10' * Recording Secretary.
CHARLESTON HlFLE.UKN SOCIETY.
ATTFND THE REGULAR M"NTHLY MEET?
ING of your Society, at your Ball. TBXS L VE?
NING, August 10th, at Fmlit o'clock.
F. EUGENE DURBER,
August 10 Secretary and Tea.,uror c. B. S
SURV1VOK?-? ASSOC ATION OP
CHARLESTON DI ST RI J l.
THK R: GULAR MEEI I >G OF THE ASSOCIA?
TION a ill be Leid J HIS | ucsdaj ) F VENING,
at Eight o'clock, at the Hall, No. 3 Broid-s'reet.
JAML? Al.Ma?ROf*G, In,
THK HOME LOAN AM) UUILD1NG AS?
THE ?l VENTTETH (70, INST'I.MENT 13 DUE
th's date, and will be received by the Treasurer
at No 1 south Atlantic winn.
Montbh Meeting and -ale of Money at Masonic
Hali, at Hight o'clock Tum t-.VENINO.
Stockholders baviog bhares for sale will then have
an opportuuity ot denoting ot them.
F. B. HACKER,
August 10 Secretary and Treasurer.
.... JUtiro ?n^pttn?rnptf9.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UMTED HTA'l E-, FOR THK jilsiRICTOF
SOUTH CABOHNA-IN THE MATTES OF J Hue.
W. GOPBoLQ, BAKKKUPr-1? BANKRUPTCY,
To whom ? may concern: The undersigned hereby
piv B notice of bis appointment as Assignee ol
iHi-'MAi W. GODBOLD.in tho District of Mario-,
a-d State ol' Sonth Carolina within ?aid Dissgsssj
who bas buen adjudged a bankrupt upon hitMPn
petition by the Dis'tict Court of said District
Dated the 16th day of J say, 1869.
July27 tu3 A. H. FORD, Aapfgnee.
IN THK DISTRICT tOUKT OF THE
UNITED STATE', FOR THE DISIRIOT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTES OF W. ??.
B ARI.LEE, BiNKRU T-N BANKBUPICY.-To
whom it moy entern: The undersigned hereby
fives notice of his appointment as Assignee ot WTL
JAM W H A UL LEK. in thc District of Marion, and
state of -oath Caro Ina within said District, who- has
been adjudged a bankrupt upon bis o wu pe'ltion
by the District Court or ?aid Distriot.
.Dated the 1 Otb day of July. 1869.
..Utily 3T tu3 A. H. FORD, Assignee.
jy? L . VI kii ET,
J ROY, NEW YORK.
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
" PHILANTHROPIST," "CHIEF COOK.*
'..CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED IO THE SOUTHERN
AND FOB SALE BX ?
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED Fob
capacity, durability, conveniences and the general
purpose* to wblcb Cooking Stores ?re used. Tb?
PHILANTHROPIST IR SJ tra heavy plated, and ba?
Ash Drawer; can oe made into a six boiler kok
.tove; baa cast iron Witer Tank galvanized,oi
enamel lined. A strictly flrst-cla^e StO'e. -Itt
CIVILIAN ts of a neat design, and has a flue lan?
Oven. Ibis Stove caa bo had with the extensior
oacx. six holes, and reservoir, when desired
For further inlttruiaUon apply to
D. L. FULLEItTON,
January SC tmo* Auousta, Gs
I ?UOK BUYERS WILL FINO IT TO
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THI.W
Tac Lt.-t '.viii bc Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD UOOKd
FOB SALE AI
KiK.AKTILN BOOK DEPOSITORY.
RE<OUKCE3 CF THE SOUTHERN FIELD3 AND
FORESTS, Medical. Economical und Agricultura] ;
bein? a Medical Holany of the Southern States; by
Fiancia Peyre Porcher, M. D. ; a now edition, revised
and larrey augmented. ?3 60.
*1 HE SUBJECTION OF WOMEN; by John Stoart
Mi ). $1.
OCKAN TO OCEAN. Pacific Railroad and adjoin?
ing Teiriti r'es. CO cent*.
CHAMBERS MISCELLANY; Volumes 2 and 3. 51)
PHILOSOPHY OF THE PLAN OF SALVATION;
a Book tor the limes; with an Introductory Essay
by Calvin ii. .-towe, V. D., Processor in Andover
scmioarv. 75 cents.
TUE CHRISTOF HISTORY; by John Young. LL.
D., Edinburgh. $1 56.
THE Lli'c AND LIGHT OF AIEN; sn Es?ay by
Jahn Yo-int,'. ?2 25.
SERMONS; by i harles Wadsworth, of Calvary
church, San Fi anet v co, 52.
JEREMY TAYLOR'S SERMONS; complete in enc
volume $2 50.
SEKMON> OF HENRY WARD BEECHER, first
.efsaof "Plymouth Pti'pit " $2 30
h li LE T ON ?> FliOM BI-<UOt' ANDREW- SER?
MON*] by thc London Tract Committee. 75 cent*.
1 HE CONNEC'IoN OF THE Ot D ANT) M W
TICS'l AMEN i?, or tb s History of the Je*s fiom thc
close of thc Old testament to Ute beginning cf ibe
Nc>v Te-iann-'jt. L. R. 1 75 cont",
f HLUNI'd KEY TO THE BIBLE; cmtiiloititr the
Litorarv Histor) ot (lie Bible- Old and New Tudu
men W ri ci> and Wnii:u-I be ct jeot of thc Bible
-The Interpretation of thc Hi Ole-The Ri leas a
Guide to Faith, au ti muca other valuable informa?
tion. SI 25
DRtClORIUM PXSTORiLE; thc Principle? and
Practice of Pastoral Work in the i burch of England ;
bv tba Rev Juo. Henry Blunt, ta 50
THE INVASION OP TBE CRIMEA; its Or'frfn
and on account ot i's progress to tbe deatb of Lord
Banian; by A. W. King alie. 2 volumes ft.
TRAVELS IN TH K fcAS 1 INDIA ARCHIPELAGO;
by A. S Mckmore, M A. ?5.
TOMMY 1 KY. AND ^B Al HE DID IN SCIENCE;
with AG Illustrations. $1 75.
T Ht MINKS ut J HE WEST; a Report lo the Se?
cretary ot the Treasury by Rossiter W Raymond.
Pb D., Commiss oner ot Mining Statistics, SI 75.
PL\N?:Btl-E; tbo Dena lr of science ; being a
lull accoui t ot ?J oder;. Spi itualit-ni. Its Pl encmona,
au i tho va'iou* th?orie; Rgstdiag it. SI 25.
.'Plan-hettt" eau be had for out- dollar, and wi'l
be emt to arty part ot tbe count y fer twest; five
ceuts extra ?
Any Books published in Anicrca tr Europe fent
free o? postage our. coi pt ol publisher's price. Ad-I
FOG ARTIE'S DOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2t;o Kiug-sheet, (m ?be Bend,)Charleston. 8.0
May ll rac stuifitimo
Q IT KATE OK MJIUS&SIA.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
iroii erny day, l>y DR. U. RAER,
M iy 23' No. 131 MccdUj-^reet,
Veto Jpnb?f?t ons.
CHAH LESION CITY DIRECTORY
Copyright Applied For.
THE UNDKR.??GN?D PROPONES TO PU*LI?ff.
at no carly day. "TUE CHARI.ESION'TTY DSUEC
TOHY"and "BU-INE5S HEGISTEB," containing
thc cames of th? Inhabitants ot thc City, thebrOc
enpatl II, Plicesol Business, acj Ewell mg Ileuses
embracing'a clanifl'iitioD of all busbies*-thereby
affording ?ready auil acresstnW medium to the rea?
dent and vi.-ltiug merchant.
It will contain a Ml-OtLLANEOUS BECOBD;
embracing the ? i ty lovernmeLt, Police ann Fire De?
partments. Pnblic Bull lings, and < verythinc recog?
nized us of ail vantage bath to residents and those
seeking ?nioimati-n. which cannot bo obtaiaed oth?
erwise than through a work ot this character.
It wm also contain a LI rHOGBAPHIC MAP OF
THE CUT, embracing > treen?, Wards ana Fire Dis?
Ccmpetent and experienced canvassers ba' e been
rniployed, wbicn gives a gu?rante* that tne wurt
will rc compiled witb great care.
A limiten number of First-cLsa; Advertisements
will be inserted at reasonable rates.
?aT*<OL> ONLY BY .UBsuRIP.TION Subacri
ber.- names will be puoll-hcd lu the Directory in
MW Price-TWO COLL "BA *
1HAD. C, JOWIIT, Publisher.
August 10 _tnti
^J_KICAT MafiDUC'TION IN P?ICIS?.
POPUTAB BOOKS SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PBICES ANNEXE" : .
JOHN HARCHMONT'a LEGACY, a. Novel, by
Miss M. E. Braddon.~..30
MlaTHr.SS AND MAID, a Novol, by Miss Mu
PAD TALE OF THE COUHTeHIP GE CHEV.l
HEB sLY FOX-Wickof.30
THE WONDERFUL AND A j; U. IK ii DOINGS
OD OT 'AK SUANGIIAT.SO
BEADY RECKONER.-. AO
WHIST, LOO. LOCH Kt AND POKE!;.30
MADAME LE VAUCHAND'? FOBl ONE TEL?
LER AND DREAMERS DICTIONABY.40
SPBNCF.R'5 COMI : SPEECHES AND HUMOR?
MADAME LE NORMANDY UNEBBING FOB
TONE '. ELLCB.?
LAWS OF LOVE.-?.95
LADIES LOVE OBaCI.F.3?
LADIES* G0IDE TO BEAU i.Y.30
BOXING MADE ?ASY.*>
FON iAINE'i GOLDEN WHEEL FOttl?Nt
TELLER AND DBt AM BOO*.48
BOOK OF HOU.-EHOLJD.PET>.SS
THE ARI OF BEAD i Y, by Lola Montea.80
TBE PLAY GBOUND?.?.5J
AMERICAN CARD FLAYER.53
HOW o AM Bi. tRri WIN, OB I HE .-actu?is
OF ADVANTAGE PLAYING...55
TH? RA -E BALL PL AYE R.i.15
LESLtf.? PI0TOBIAL.- .18
HA RPEBN WKFK.LT.?
CHIMU EY CORNER.?
POLI' E NEW.i OR HAZE tTE. .IS
BUNYAN'S PILGBIU.-i PItO,JRKs>.85
OUR ilFE IN THE HIGHLANDS, by Queen
DODGE I' OF FON.W
Either ot tbe following B oks mail.-d on receipt ol
four 3i. atamba.
Old numbera of LESLIE'S, G ODEY'S, PETER?
SON'S. LAND WE LOVE, or DEMORKST'S.
Any one of. Beadles or Munro'J DIME NOVELS.
Also, a Comic or sentimental SONG BOOK.
Nove'is by Chant ? Diekens:
OLIVER TWIST, 172 PAG KS, 30 CENTS; AMERI?
CAN Not?e, 104 pigea 2uc; Dombey A Son, 856 nagea.
40c; Martin cbuzzlewtt, 311 pages, 40c; Our Mutual
Friend, 330 page*, 40c; ohriatmas Stories, 162 pag?a.
30c; late ol Two Cities, 144 page*. 25c; Hard limes
and Additional Christmas stories. 2J0 page?, 38c;
Nicholas Mckleby, 31 j neges, 40c; Bleak Home, Stu
pases, 40c; Llttl? Dorrit, ^30 page?, 4ic; Pickwick
PaperB, 82f?Tjagea, 40 -; David Copperfield. 330 pages,
a'Jc; Baroaty Budge 257 pages, 3Cc; Old Curiosity
(.bop, 221 pages, 33c; Gr?at Expectation*, 184 pages,
30c; -keti bes, 196 pages, 801.
The foUowlaafr Novels, by Sir Walter
Scott Nailed at 30 cextta Kacht
WAVERLY, IVANBOE. KENILWORTH, GUY
Mannering, mtiquary, Hob Roy. Old Mortality. The
Clack Dwarf ana a Legend of Montrose, Bride ol
Lammermoor, Heart of Mld-Lo'blan, The Monas?
tery, The Abbot. Tho Pirate, Fortunes of N [gel. Peve?
ril of ?be Peak, Qnen tn Durward. St. Bonan'? Well,
Bcd Gauntlet, J he Betroths 1 and Highland Widow,
H e Talisman. Woodstock, Fair Maid of Perth, Anne
ot Geiers: cm, Count Robert of Paris, The Surgeon's
?j" rt-cel. t of (he price, either In cash or ? tamp",
_T . .- this list will be sent by mail
copies of any bcoxe ??.? .., iiniriru
postpaid. CUAS, Vi ?.l*HTBK.'
No. 161 King-ilfOet,
July 12 PAC charleston. 8. C.
J^l SSELL'S COOK NTOltK,
THE S uii I ER AND THE ALABAMA, Service
r float during the War b 'tween the States, by Ad?
miral Semire?, 1 vol. 8vp., cloth, $6.
RESOUBCE-i OF 1 HE SOUTHERN FIELDS AND
FORES IS, .Medical Economical and Agricultural,
by F. P?yre Porcher, M. D., 1 vol Svo., Ss 60.
CHRISTIAN elNOEBa OF GI.HM.ANY. by Cathe?
rine Wlnkworib, tranala or and compiler ol '-Lyra
OetxoAi lia," Illustrated. lSnio., forming volume 6
of the ' Sunday Library." Une cloth, S2.
HISTORY oF EURtPK^N MORaL4, from Au?
gustus to Charlea ay ne 2 vols., 6 vc, f?.
FOREST LIE,. IN AC ADI E. -ketches of Sport and
Natural Bleiory ba the Lower Province-! ot the Cana?
dian Dominion, by Captain C. Hardy, Illustrated,
Svo.. - 3
THE NEW AF'-INITIES OF FAHD, A Plea for
Freo Christian Union, by James Marilneiu, 26c
SPEClbUM ANALYSIS, six Lectures, by H E
Roscoe, with appendices, cotcred Plates and Illus?
trated, flvo, f9.
.MIND AN'i) BRAIN; or. The Correlation ol Con?
sciousness and Org inizatlon. Systematically Inves?
tigated and Applied to Philosophy, Mental Science
and Practice, with a Pre'.imiuarr Dissertation on
Mettiod and Ilustran ve ot thc Text, by I hos. Lay?
cock. M. D.. 0 voN . 12ino., 4i6; xvi. 494. ST.
LIFE uF PIZARRO, with .-om . recount ot bis As?
sociates in the Conquest of re:u, by Arthur HJ?;^,
1 v ii., tl 75
THE OLD TE-TA MENT HISTORY, from the
Creation to the Return from tbe Cautivlty, ecited
by W. f mi h. L.L. 1 vol., 12mo., SC.
WOMANM sOFFRiGi', the letorni Against Na?
tale, by Horace Bu-Lnell, 1 vol, 12mo.,-$i 60.
THEhUBJEOlIONoF WOMAN, by John Stuart,
M. >'., 1 vol, 12mo., $1.
PRE-HISIORIO NAIION?; or. Inquiries Concern?
ing some ot the Great Peoples and Civ.liZAtione of
Antiquity, au.I their Probable Relation to a still Old?
er Civiliz mon ot the Ethiopians or Cuscutes of Ara?
bia, liv Johu U. Baldwin, 12ino , SI76.
BIG UT YEA RV WANDERINGS IN CEYLON, by
Sir Samuel White Baker, illustrated, 16mo., cloth,
THE SCIENCE OF RIGHTS, by F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. E. Kroeg T. limo., rloth, 92.
'iH*EE THOUSAND MILES THROUGH THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS, by A. K. McClure, Illustrat?
ed. 12mo , cloth SJ.
BK Al BICE. A Poem, by Hon. Roden Noel, square
IGrao.. cloth, gilt top. SI.
TH B S h X KS, HEBB AND HEREAFTER, by Wil?
burn H. Holcombe, M D , 12mo.. paper .loth, $1 60.
LIVES OF SE. LOUIS AND CALVIN, by M.
Gnizit Illustrated, 12mo., clo:h Si.
J HE QU'KER PARHVANS, A Revolutionary
Store, w.tu Illustrations, 12mo, c'oth. $1 50.
FILTION.-Aueroack's Villa on the Rhine; Erek
munn- 'hatrain's Waterloo; H'g ?OSO?.'- Ma>i>oue;
HofTmanu'.- ^Eco Murray; HUJO'S L'Homme q ii
Rli ; I ettie-- LMe; Phelp.-' Men, Women an I GheMs;
Yoe Quaker Parii^an"; Kobu?on'rf For Uer ^aBe;
Soutuworth's Changcil Urales;i-piclhagi:tiS Problem?
atical Characti'rs; Woods'Oates Wide On?*n; Kin.s
I y 'i Stretton; ?ly Daughter Elinor j The Lae istan'
Household; -tcbmlu's U.berii?-i-:er; >outhwortb's
The Bri ie'H Fstej rrollope'd fie Knew H? IVa.i
hi'.'ht;Zscl.okke'j Dead Gu-3 ; Freytag's Lost Man
us Tl?it; Jc-u lugleloiv'i Mor?? thi Fairy.
?lannarv 1 lyr
.?jjUK UNIVKKSAL) KAVOK.a'JB, li
WILLCOX ?SB GIBBS*'/
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has talion the place of over forty double thread mc
(.hints in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large towns in the "tate.
D. B. HASELTON,
So. .107 K1NG-VIREET.
Willcox i Gibbs' Agent cf South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL. SILK, ic, constantly ou hand.
EkPAlhINO a? uanaL t-tuthly May 1
Q O L. O G X K ,
h OPER TOR TO 1PE n2>T IMPORTED CO
LOGNE WATER, mcnurastured and ao'a wholes ile
and retai b.- Dr. H B vEU,
June 21 No. 121 Xcctlmj-stress
(0 muri en and iii bi f Ha nra ns. v
?UPE, TWINtt, &c.
COILS MISSOURI HEMP COMPANY BOPS
?O 26 roils Pbx Baie Eopo
36 colls English Jato Bop?
10 balea J hree-pl v 1 wino
For sale low. WILLI Alf BOICH h CO.
Argrust io 1
NEA ISLAND BAGGING.
25 B4^inchfcUPERI0B QUALN*'?AX POUNDS,
For sala low. ? WILLIAM BOICH A CO.
August 10 . ]
P0TA10E8. BACON, ?$YRt pT*Ve
L, AN Ol Mi PSK JIANHATIAV,
ir ra BBLS. POTAIOES
r_>U * bbds. Bacon Shoulders
26 bots. Syrup
20 casks ales and Porter
200 caaes .?Traps, Claret Wine*, So.
For sale at lowest market rates, by
Na 106 East Bay.
August 10 1 And Accommodation Wharf,
SPEARS PATEN? FRUIT PRE
ASUPPLY" B 2 C ElV ED PEE STE AM-HIP MAG?
NOLIA. The cheapest and most reliable
method knosrn for preferring all kinds at Fruits,
Tomatoes. Vegetables, Cider,fee Warrsnied health?
ful, and will P eserre Fruits ate., without air rujht
ing the Jars or cane, wita or without sugar, at one
half the cort of any other known method.
For sale by W. a. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 075 Ei-g-street,
Between Wentworth and Hase) streets.
er A B'X?S PRIME PALERMO AND- HALAGA
60 barrels Prim?- Northern Potatoes
10 barrels Prime Northern i ural ps.
For sale low whl!<? landing or irena Rtbrss
PAUL, WELCH ar BRANDB?,
Augustin_1_No. 816 East Hay.
1A/V BALES PRIME EASTEBN H? T.
XUU Por ?ale by . OLNEY & CO.
BREAKFAST BACON,, ?fte.
2500 ^cos**CH0ICE ?BEAiyA8T ba
600(1 pounds C. B. Sides
SO bbls: Bama
30 bois Sngar-bouse Syrup
36 bbl*, i" rash id Sugar
20 paus Prime Lard.
Landing sod for sale by
Aaguat 10 1 E. A A. P. CALO WELL.
HEAYY GUNNY' CLOTH.
1 Ail B*L?S HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, LAND.
JJ JU LNQex schooner B. N. Bawklns, and for
sala-by. HENEY COBIA k CO.
August 10_ _tutha3
NEW YORK BAGGING?
B)UBLE AN CHOU BRAND.
TH B STANDARD WEIG.ST 2\mV,
stsndsrd width full M incAes.
It is wider, oloiar. stronger, and affords, better pro,
te? ti on tar abe tn tire coverisg ot the Cotton bal?
than any other n use.
We sall at in aoufroture r's. price and expenses laid,
down here, A supply always on hand.
WILLIAM ROACH A 00.
August 0 Ima_Agemts.
H. Ss H. >V. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTR A FINK PURE ULU
IN OB DEB TO FACH TTXTE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PUKE OLD MONONGAHELA RTE WHIS?
KI Eh to our former numerous customers at tbs
South, we have appointed Mes.-rs. H. OEBDTS A
CO. our Agent', wuo by tbls arrangement, are en.
abled to snpp'y the trade st pri?es which mil insura
satlsiacrion. H. A H. W. CATHER WO ->D.
H. <fc H. W. CATHERWOOOO'S
IXTBA FINE PDBE OLD
?rr. BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
OU waiiKTE?. eouaistingoiX,XX.XXX,XXXE
and NEC I Alt and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landing, and fer ?ale low by
H. OEBDTS A CO.,
Jans 12 sluthSmo_No. Fast Bay.
$100PER DAY DISCONTINUED
HAVING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
widespread sale for "CENTURY" brand of
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, WA desire to announce
tbat we shall not pack dally $100 in tbe small tin?
foil papen after this date, July 1st, Its merits being
favorably recognized that this inducement ls n-j
lo: g er necr PS try. To a vol? B^i^prcnelUion, how?
i ver. we would add that we shall continue to pack
orders for ele rant MEERSCH AUM PIPES in OUT
"Yacht Club" and "Eureka" brands of Smoking
The "Yacht Club" is devoid of Nicotine, and can?
not injure the health, and is especially recommend?
ed to people of sedentary occupation* or nervous
The trade are invited ta send for circulars.
July 17 stntblmo_New York.
ALOT OF CYPRESS PO^TS AND PLANKS ;
Also, a lot of A>H PLANKS. 3 and A},' inches
tnick, no* landing by Steamer Marion on Mar?
shall'. Wharf. J. MARSHALL, Jr.
JUST BECEIVED AND FOB SALE, WHOLE*
SALK AND BEI AIL, by Dr. H. B ALB, No.
WOLF'S SCHIEDAM rCHN'APPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Slothing syrup
Perry Davis' ealnfciller
Mexican Mustang Lrnament
Pee ry'a Deaj^Sbot, kc, &C. Ac,
June 26 ?tut h
CORN LANDING. r~
Qi? A. fk BUSHELS PB I SIE WHITE CORN,
i??yU\" per steamer Sea Gull.
For sale lo w by J. N. ! IDE MA NN k CO.
CORN. FLOUR, HAY.
Qt~\i\i 1 BU H ELS PBIME WHITE BAL
?\J\J\J TIllOilE AND TENNESSEE COBN,
ex steamer sea Gull and in s ore.
200 bble. NORTHERN FLOUR-all grades
St'O racks Southern Floor.
400 bales PRIME EASTERN AND N. B. HAY,
For sale by
Autmst 9 3 JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
O'VAfl BUS8ELS PRIME WHITE MILU NA
.W <J UU COBN, per Baltimore steamer,
OATS. COBN, EASTERN ANO NOBTH ETVEB
HAY. For sale by WEST A JONES, .
August 0_Nt. 76 Easrray.
1 AAA BUSHELS- PBIME WHITE COBN,
JLUUU lauding per steamer Se? Gull.
GOO bushel:' Western Corn.
For sale by H. BULWINKLE A CO.
A-itrust 0 2?
-MAA AAAFEETOF HEWNTIMBI R, OF
OUU.U* *U vaiiom fizes Hudqraltns.
For sale by CBTSOLM BROTH ERS,
West Vnd Trad i-strcet,
Angust? wstn'4 Or Adger's >cili Wharf.
C)AAA BUSHELS BLACK PE? a, SUITABLE
.Ji'l'l/ for 9ecd an 1 leedii g fer sale ny
July 2*_T.J. KERR A CO.
QA AA BUSHELS WEST E ?N WHIIECORN.
O'fVJKJ slightly heated. For ?ale. at a low
price, by ?. J. KERR k CO.
J u ty 22_
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGBEEA
BLE, mo?tdeteiJUi a if healthy lood. used
for Pudding?. Jellies, BlatiC Manste, Ire Cream,
Grid ile Cakes. soup?, sc., put n;> in 1 rb. pack?
ages, with directions for 0 ?e.
Deri.cat-d < ocoanui f?r Pies, Pvddinss, Cakes,
Ac , put ap in hilf lb- pajkaaes, w th directions.
Sweet Oil, Fr-nib and .Aiuercin iu halt pints, pints
riaer an.t Whit- "Wine Vlnegir, warrante? pn-o
Fre-h Boasted i io Coffee, of good quality, at 85?.
Jas: lecnved and for sale, by ,
CO-OPEB * . IVE GROCERY ST?Rlf
Scutbwe-t corn' r Mee?ng and Market sireets.
G. oil deltvcrsjraee._ May 23
FOR SA LE, WHOLESiLE AND RETAL. RY
Dr. II. B\ER,
June 33 No. TU Mcensg<*trt-A