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NX JT S BUM UAR I.
-Gold c'osed dall in Now York yesterday a t
-Cotton was firm, with sales of 2500 bales
-lu Liverpool cotton was active; uplands
lSJd.; Orleaus 13}J.; dales 15,000 bales.
-"Comfortable coffins'* are advertised in
-The Mexican Congress will soon, it is said,
confer regal powers upon Prc-sidont Juarez.
-A vessel cleared at the Boston Custom?
house the otber day, for Constantinople, with
. 80,000 muskets.
- lue prevailing dishonesty of the age has
fcsjoed its way into the vegetable kingdom. A
"canrory plant." lera iban twenty years old,
tua jost bloomed in Louisiana.
-Commodore Vanderbilt's daughter teaches
her" ?axtrhters to mend their own stockings,
because abs says, "there JB no telling what
?nay happen ia this country." *
-The Spanish in Cab? are not sufficiently
.. we ll provided, for oy the oommisssry to make
?ny move at present. Tbs insurgents ?rs said
to be laboring, tad er the same disadvantage.
-Frederick Douglass, Jr., recently ru arri ed
-a daughter of Mr. A. Hoiyneox Hewlett, of j
Harvu.d University. Some of the papers have
stated t bat Ci o bride's father is a white mani
asad apjofaiaor io the college, This,is not the
sass. Mr. Molyneux is a mulatto. He was
formerly a prize-fighter of conai dexa ble repats j
im Wb&a?i, and ts now instructor in gymnastics
-Sickles, it appears, is to be confronted
when he comes op tot confirmstion. by as
many Republican aerators aa have not ''per?
sonal esteem, respect and friendship,'* for s I
murderer, pimp, bar, thief, defaulter a ad mab- I
near. It will be interesting to note who will be I
tleoent enough to withstand tbs party pressure
an J recad this mao, whose presence abroad is I
M national disgrace. ,
-A Hew York journal has the following : "No I
-other single fact demonstrates so palpably the
Tory rapid growth of our city as the one stated I
in connection with the ceremony of breaking I
grojjad for the new postoffioe. Tbe first shov?
elful of earth was cast by the mau who formo-ly
carried oar whole Southern mail in a wheelbar
row and took it over the river in a rowboat.
During one man's life that wheelbarrow load I
ass grown scrthat half a doson locomotives are
necessary to move it." |
-Halifax is, after this year, to be governed
by a new liquor law. which provides among
other things that liquor shall net be sold to
any ons anisas h? be a traveller after nine
o'clock at night, and that no one shall be
doomed a traveller who does not live morel
than one milo bom. the place where the liquor
ia sold. Already the drinkers are laughing at
the sass with which they CAD get their regal ir I
amjmhes by going to ? different part of th6
-city from that where they reside. j
-General Canby bas issued an order revok- J
ing so mach of aa order issued by General I
Stonoman, whilst in command in Virginia, per- r
sai tung oertam officers who could not take the
te* teat h to hold offices to which they were I
elected. All persons holding, office and who
cannot take the test oath are to be at once re?
moved. General Canby seems determined to I
enforce it tn every instance, and the issuing of
the order alluded to is regarded by some as an
s?msrii"iiii tait hs will impose it apon the Le-1
-Secret arv Robeson has at last changed the
nama of war vessels, m accordance witb the
wishe? of the publie. The vessels were not j
properly nametfin the first instance, a law of I
Omgrsss providing that those of a certain j
class should be named after States, others after
rivera, Indian tribes, ftc. Instead of acting in I
ac-ordance with this law when he concluded to
anace a change, afr. Bono selected names lor
the vessels from heathen mythology or tbe
British Naval Begister. Secretary Robeson
?has issued aa order, re nam mg the vessels In
accordance, with tbs law.
- The Mew York Herald, of Wednesday, says :
"Twenty Coban prisoners have escaped from
Fernando Po; three arrived here yesterday by
the Cunard steamer iud the rest are en route I
' ftc this oi y. Tbey escaped from Fernando Po
bj means ot a canoe, and lauded within the do- I
aniaioDs of the King of Calabar, who protected
them aeainst the .Spanish authorities until
their depart?is. The action of tbe King of
Calabar waa protected by the inter ven non of I
sn English war steamer on that station. Ihe J
atarnos of the refugees ara Jose Manual Ponce. J
Dr. Patrocinio Fraises and J. M. Fernandez j
-Some time in Joly last a number of enter
prising merchants of St. Louis commenced try
ing (he experiment of shipping grain io Liver
pool by the way ot the Mississippi River and I
the G air of MexiW. Ihe point of interest to
be determined was the effort wbioh the hest of
.outbern latitudes might b ive upon the grain.
The resalt proves that no apprehension need
bo entertained on this score. The last steam?
er employed has just arrived st Liverpool, alter
? voyage of three weeks in the hottest season
of the year, and delivered ber oargo in perfect
condition. The net profit to the shippers by
this roots is greater than by way of New York. J
-Cuang and Eng Bunker, the Siamese I
Twins, returned from Europe iu tho City o. I
Antwerp, which arrived on sun o ay at New j
Tock. They deny that they left America for
fite purpose of being separated, sod say that I
tho rumor to that effect was merely a senna- I
tina ot Barnum's. The link which binds them j
seems to hare shronken of late, and tue y are j
?ore closely joiued than befo?. Th ?y say
that they are uow determined to settle down
for tbs remainder of their lives in Mount Airy, I
Worth Carolina, their old home, io which they
spent thirty yeats as Southern planters. Cbaug
aod Eng are now over flit.-eight years of age. I
Chang bas a family of ame and Eng of eight. > 11
-Thoa art so near and y ot so dear, might be j1
amid of coal in this country. Besides what the J .
sjoorces of supply we have already it is stated i
-that coal has beso disc >verea iu thu j counties j j
is Missouri. Beds of carmel coal have been j,
-aband forty-five feet thick. St. Louis County j .
skas 160 ?quire miles of -COJL Under every
atore in Boone County it is estimated there is 11
.? 000,090 worth of cos). Professor Swallow 11
mtimmtm the area of the coal deposit, of the j fl
, Brate at 26,887 square miles; the average thu
oesB of the veins at eight feet, and the nomi
oftona at 1200,000,000,080. If we only all
half this quant .ty, it would take 6000 years
100,000 tons a day, at 300 working days in t
year, to exhaust the ooal supply of Misson
-A Washington letter says: "The Radica
on perusing Tarbell's account of the intervi?
were somewhat disappointed in nadine: tl
General Grant had not been more definite a
emphatic in siding with the out-and-out Ba<
cals. Nevertheless, tbo Radicals and all ot be
interpret the President, as reported in the i
terview, as placing himself distinctly agaii
any 'Conservative' nominations, so that t
administration is considered emphatic agau
Dent, the aspirant for gubernatorial houoi
Dent is to-night very decided as to his oourt
He says he will endeavor to obtain the nomirj
tion of the Conservatives, but whether ho sc
ceeds or not, will strivo hard to overcome ai
deieat the Radicals of Mississippi. The Pre;
dent, in a lengthy private letter to Judge Dei
from Long Branch, says: T have said and i
peat it, that if the Conservatives are to win
would preter your eleoiion to that of any oth
person likely to be elected; but as matters nc
1 .ok it seems to me that the weight of my i
fluence ebon! i be given to the other party,
earnestly hope, however, before the electio
concessions will be made on both Bides, so
to unite all friends of the reconstruction mov
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1869
Oar Guests and Osar Duty.
To day the party of gentlemen, who thr<
weeks ago were pelted through oar streei
by an infuriated mob of negroes, will revis
Charleston by sproul invitation. They wi
oome as the honored guests of our peopli
and we trust that the warmth of their rt
eeption now will be such as to efface foreve
the recollection of the disgraceful scene
which attended their recent visit. It wool
be affectation, however, to ignore the fat
that - certain turbulent negroes arnon
ns openly threaten a repetition c
the riotous assault upon our Saran
nah guests. We need hardly add the
tue white men of this city are ii
no mood to endure this fresh ignominy
Every consideration of honor and of inter
est, of duty and of dec en oy, would forbid it
I>. may be that Mtyor Pillsbury mean?, tbii
time, Udo his whole duty. The police may
and. we hope, will be able and willing ti
enforce order and maintain the pubiii
peace. Bat we cannot .shift upon the
shoulders of a weak and vacillating offi
cial the snored obligations of hospitalitj
which we ourselves have deliberately as
sumed. Nor cnn we forget that the M ?yoi
?ontrois to day no stronger foroe than wat
nt his command when he publicly d?clar?e
himself "powerless" te proteot theunof
fending strangers who had oome at om
bidding The proper treatment of the visit?n
whom we are to receive to-day will be an af?
fair for which our own people have become
exclusively responsible before the country.
And we muoh mistake their temper if th ey
again brook injury or insult, oom? whence
The Chinese air? Coming.
We learn that Mr. Josephs, the immigra?
tion agent whose arrival here was notioed
some days ago, has made contracts witb
our planters for the delivery of a very large
number of Chinese laborers, the first ship?
ment of whom is expected to reach the
State in January next. One of the largest
nnd most successful rice planters on om
const takes two hundred and fifty Chinese,
.nd other planters take tens, twenties and
fi ties. No payment whatever is made by
the planters until the Chinese arrive and go
to work on the plantations.
Applications for the Chinese are coming
in rapidly from every part of the low coun?
try, and the movement has assumed such
proportions that we may hope to have in the
course of a few months nil the Asiatic labor
we urgently require. Then may our sea?
coast become as rich and productive as in
the days of yore
Affairs In South Carolina.
? few days ago the Macon Telegraph,
doubtless with the purest motives, publish
ed an article in which it was stated that
the crops in South Carolina had almost en?
tirely failed, and that n famine was expect?
ed; that a large part of this State was un?
inhabitable by the whites, who were fleeing
from the wrath to oome; and, lastly, that
the prospects were that the lower and tide?
water seotions would be abandoned to the
negroes and relapse into wilderness and
barbarism. This tissue of misrepresents
tion is copied in every quarter, and appears
in the Memphis Avalanche with this start?
AFFAIRS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Tne Crops an Entire Fallare
Bad Condition of Society
The truth of the matter is, that South
Carolina is to-day as strong as any other
State of the South, and has as bright a pros?
pect for the future. The short cotton orop
of the year will be at least as good as that
of last year, while the long cottou crop will
be better than it has been for many years
Toe rice looks well, the wheat was excel
lent, and the only failure will bc in corn,
the crop of which may fall short. But in
'his there is no danger. Money is abon?
dant, and there is as muoh reason to ap?
prehend a famine in New York city as in
S jut h Carolina.
It is not true that any part of the State
is uninhabitable by whites ; nor is it true
that great numbers of the whites are leav?
ing the State. There is as much safety in
this State as there is in Georgia, and our
people, feeling that home is ihe best pince
for them, are determined to stick.
I? is not true that there is any prospeet
that the lower sections of the State will be
abandoned to the negroes. For three sue -
: es BI ve years th* crops in the low oountry
tailed. This stripped the planters bare,
paral) ted their energies, and made it well
ligh impossible io pitoh another crop. But
i was dene, and the low eountry will have
i finer crop this season than it has had since
he war. The freedman are under good i
ontrol, nnd the power and inflnenoe of the
whites, increase every day. Throughout
the State the people are confident and
oheerful. We hare more hard money than
we had in 1860, and, in every sense of the
word, South Carolina has made as mach
progress since 1865 as has been made by
any one of her sister States.
This is the plain unvarnished fact, and
we trust that the Macon Telegraph will at
once publish our denial of assertions which
are calculated to do this whole State serious
and lasting injury.
TUE LOST MANUSCRIPT. By Gustav Freytag.
New York: D. Appleton A Co. Charleston:
Felix Werner, a professor in a German
University, learns from an old book which
conies by chance into his possession that a
complete oopy of toe Annals of Tacitus was
in existence in 1687, when it was hidden by
a monk to eave it from the "Swedish boors."
The search for this "Lost M tntneript" is
I the motive of the book before us, which,
though somewhat long, is more than com
monly interesting. Tue characters are well
marked. They are not all mude in the same
mould, plunging and duokiug liku puppets
whenever the string is pulled. Tney move
aud spruk like men and women, who are
not all sinner or all saint. And ia this
work, wa are glad to say it, there is nothing
whatever of the Horrible or grotesque. The
incident*succeed each other naturally, and
while there is no elaborate plot-as there is
no elaborate plot in ordinary life-the at?
tention will hardly flag from the first page
to the last. The descriptions of German
life-in the village, in the castle, and in the
university-are bright and picaresque,
and ?here is a quiet philosophical spirit per?
vading the whole, which gives th? "Lost
Manuscript" a real though intangible
charm, and makes it, in truth, a pleasant
book to read in the quiet summer dayB.
Price 75 oents.
A SHABBY GENTEEL STORY AND OTHES TAXES.
By W. M. Tuaokeray. New Yoik: D. Apple?
ton A Co. charleston: Holmes' Book
These tales are reprinted because they
were written by Tbaokeray, and not be
oause they possess any of the qualities
whioh make "Vanity Fiir" and "The New
eames" immortal. But the "shabby Gen?
teel" story has one m-rit. It introduces
the reader to Caroline Brandon and Jame*
Cann, who afterward appear on a broader
and loftier stage. The book is dearly
printed, and forms a part of the edition of ]
Thackeray's works now publishing by Ap?
pleton & Co , at 50 cents a volume.
ftB50iott0B of Copartnership.
COPArlTSKRSHIP ftOTlCR-TH*- CU
PABTNKRSH P heretofore cristine between C.
BiRTund JNO. WIKTB. under the name of BAM
A WiB 18, ls IRIS DAT dissolved. AU person? indent
ea to the said firm will make payment Immediately,
and all persons having olaims against the said firm
will present them at once. Either party is author?
ised to sign in Lquidatton. 0 HABT.
JNO. WIBI H.
Charleston, August 13, 1869.
taZ FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION BU?
SINESS will hereafter be conducted at Nos. 55 and
57 KAREET-STBEET, by C. BABT.
TUE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORM
ED a Copartnership, for the transaction of the
FB?TT AND PKOD?CE COMMI^HION BOslNE-f".
at the southeast corner of Market and Church
streets, under the name and style of JNO. WIBTH
fz CO. JOHN WIH1H.
Charleston, August 12,1869.
AU2U8t 13 . 2
IBIS HODSE H S ?ILL OPEN FOB THE AC?
COMMODATION of visitors.
'1 aairs.-Sixty dollars (SCO) per month.
B. M WALPOLE, Ag 'nt.
Aujruit 5 thstuS
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS BOTEL. SITUATED IN A
pleasant location, and in the business portion of the
i cit-., renders it the wost desirable Botel for either
perminpnt or transient g nests. . he accommodations
are uns arpas* ed. having extensive saltee nf elegantly
fuiubncd apartments io.- f iSBldea a <l single gentle?
men The proprietor will endeavor io maintain the
huh reputation e'joyed by the "Charleston" as a
amt class house, and no effort .?lil se spared to de?
serve a aoutia nance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore be?towed upon it
The best of Live 7 accommodations will bc found
adjoining the establishment.
The house i- snppUed with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water of wbtch delightful ba'hs can be bad
either day or night E. H. JM\K>0N.
July IS Proprietor.
Qi T . C li O D D HOTEL,
THIS NEW AND COMMOIIOUS BOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ar
oommoda?on ot Its cueste, lt was built expressly
for s flr-t-.-Nsf family boarding house-tbe room?
being large aud en suite, heated l>y steam-with bot
anil cold W ter. and furnished second to nose; While
the culinary department is io the roost experienced
hands, aff'irdiug guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Klevatora 1* aiso among
the "modern improvements" ana at the service ot
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Placs Cars pass the
door everv four minutes, running from the fl tl
Hall to Central Park, while the sixth aud eventh
Avenue 1 ines ar? but a short block <>n either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with atl
the denote, steamboat landings, olaces of abase?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
.nullt dc HULLKY. Proprietors.
Varch li . 6m?s
rjlHE UMVKKSAL KAVt'KlTE, (^J
WILLCOX <SB GIBBS' ^
SILENT SEW! AG MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE SUNDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SI-WINO MACHINE, and
has takeu thc place of over forty double thread ma.
rhinos Iii this city. Reliable Asenta wanted in all
large towns in thc '-tate.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 EISG-VTREET,
Vt iliibi & Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLE*, OIL, SILE, Ac, constantly on hand.
BtPrtlhlNQ a* uanaL ftuthly Mayl
J OU J li . ALUkAflUEH,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 brood-street.
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end in WRITING UP AND POfTING their BOOBS,
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? V BPEOIABLE WHITE GIRD, to mind esri d
ren or do housework. Apply at No. 5 ST. FRtLIr
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WAtv TH O, A Al BXl?K.RIK?SCf.D NURSE
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to exceed ?360. Ador?isX- O. Z., at this office.
Wo NIKO, BV A MARRI KD MAX, A
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west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all. bnt should s leet WEAVING as a
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Joly 23_nae Imo*
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The cheapest wrapping paper that can be med. Ap?
ply at the otBre ot rflE N h WS. March 1
wi ano J?UU?.
LOST. A LAUGH BLICK MK-WFOC>D
LAND DO J. answer-? to the name or Duke. A
rewa d will be paid tor h s delivery at >OUTH WRHT
CO H NEK OF RUTLEDGE AND WENTWOHTH
LOST,-A LIBERAL IlKWAHD WILL
be piven fo - the rec -v ry of? Brown and Whi e
ec, HEH BI I OB, about five months old, strayed cr
stolen from the ? libera House, . o 284 Kinsr-s reeL
Apply at StoreofW.G NEB & MON .-EES, corner of
East Bay and Qaeen-streets ? Au?r;idtl3
UMVKKSI.Y OF VIKGI WA.--THE
Session of mis Institution i-o.uinence? uunu
ail on the fir?t day ot october, aud continue*, with*
ont interruption, lill the ihunday preceiin^' (Le
lour h of lu yearning
l he orgaoiz-t-ou ff thc Iu'httilion is very com?
pile embracila ext -nsive and thonugh cur-ea
of intrudion iu LilE>t\TUltE \N'D hCIBNCE,
and i? the Profrtuioiu of Law. ?leJloinu aud fcngi
he rxpeos? of :he *caiemic or Law Student, ex?
clusive of the cos of text nooks aud clothing aod
pocket money, amouut to about S365 per 6es.
sion o nine montu<; and of the Engineering or
Mo iical Student to aioji $395 of which xums. re
spectivelv, ??2O or ?2J0 is payable on a<imission, and
tue 11.dan. e in the progrensof the session.
For details send for catalogue
PO., .Tnivrsity of Virginia."
S. MAD PIN.
July 24 Imo Chairman ol the Ftculty.
y y A S H I v OTOH COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL B. E. LEE,
AIDED BV A FULL COBPS OF PBOFESSOBB,
THE NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 16IH,
1869, and rloses Ju< e ?5th, 1870.
In souillon'o the revelar Collegiate bourse, tho
Pro es?ional -chools ot Law and civil and Mining
Engineer og, are in tull opel atv n.
Necessary expense? from ?300 to $375.
For catalogue, address J M. LEE^H,
Juiy 19 Imo Clerk of Faclty.
QITRATE OF MAGNESIA.
A GOOD COOLING BUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
rcs J every day, by Da. H. BAER.
M - y 23 No. Ml Meeting-street.
LADIES' HKBRRW UK VE, VOLENT SO?
CIETY-' I-<B* EL'S HOPE."
THE 0FFICEB8 AND MEM BEBB ABE REQU E8T
t D to attend a special Meeting, To-MORROW, at
half-past Five o'clock, P. If. at the Sunday School of
tho Jewi'h < ongregation-E. K. H. E. ibe Commit?
tee on Constitution will report.
By order ol the President. Aujruat U
JEMA STEAM FIHE ENGINE
THP RKGULAP. MON BLT MEE'TNG OF YOUR
Company wllibe held TE? I-VINISC-, nth inst.,
at your Hall. Qaeen-t<tree< at half-p nt Eight o'clock.
Members who subscribed to tbe Committee Lists
arc requested to ceme prepared to settle.
B> order. JOHN McLE'SH,
August IA _.ec-etnry.
N Kl, I KP ?0>N ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET NG OF THE
? ssociatlon wilt be held THIS r n unto, at Ma?
sonic Ha'.), a! quart, r-pa-t liipht o'clock. The funds
on h nd will be offered for sale, and members are
requested to attend. Arrears icceived dnring the
day at No 135 Meeting-street and at the Hall in the
evening. WM. B. si EE DM AN.
August 14 Secretary and Treasurer.
-VTOTIC,!'?'-OM THE 10TH INSTA WT 1
.Li disposed of wy entire ^toek in T. ade to Messrs.
bOLNi-Sl k MAD UV. who will continue the busi?
ness at my Old stand, So. o37 KINO-sTEBEr, oppo
Tu retiring from the busiuese I desire to th ink my
friends and customer* for their liberal support m
th" psst, and would re-pectfudy solicit a continu?
ance of the same to my sncces ors
Charleaton, August 12.18t?9 JOHN QUINN.
NOTICE.-HAVING PURCHASED OF MB. JOHN
QUINN bis eutire stock and Fixture*, we will con?
tinue tbe BOOS, NEW AND S* VT ONERY BUM
Ni-Sh in all ita branches, at his old s and, and hope,
by close attention to the :ime, to merit a liberal
Miare of public lavar. J HN E. B INESl.
J. MO TTE MARTIN.
Charleston, August 12,1869. etuthfl August M
WALLACE'S TJ. S. 6CPREUE COURT RE?
PORTS, "VOLUME 7,"
For sale by PEN!? Y & PERRY,
Station?re; ko., Ko. 16* Meeting-street.
Au rust ll smw3
HISOI.M'8 SAW MILLS.
(WEST END TBADD-STBEET.)
HAVING A LARGE STOCK OF TIMBER. WE
are prepared to cut orders for any size and quality
ot LUMBER, at moderate prices.
GHIfOLM BB OTHER*,
West E d Tradd-atreet,
Amuat 3 tnfWtl Or Adders' North Wharf.
jg L. A S T I C JOINT
For Residences, Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, Bridges,
fcc. Manufactured by
S BOEN BERGER k CO.,
No. 15 Public Landing, Cincinnati, Ohio.
JJ ETER TOTANS,
1 URN EB AND DEALER IN IVORY,
And Manufacturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUBS,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLIARD CLOTH, CUES,
Letter Chalk, and Billiard Merchandise in general.
No. 89 Kui ton-street. New York.
May 7 ?fimos
^ME lt IC AN TONTINE
Life and Savinzs Insurance Co,
No. A MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE.
DB. ?fM. M. POST, Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OF F1C K, C li AU LK STO >, S. C.
Da. THOMAS C. OGIBB, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, Ju., General Agent.
CHARLESTON DOAUD BEFEBENCE '
Hon. ALFRED HOGER.
W G MAGRA LU. Esq., President s. C. B. B.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL. Attorney at Law
TH KO. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser k Co.
ANDBtW SIMONOS, t.Bq., President First Na?
ROB KB I MORE, Esq.. of Messrs. B. Mure & Co.
EDWARD LAFI T Ck, ot Ed. Lafitte k Co.
Colonel J. B E. SLOAN, Corten Factor.
W A. COURTENAY, Esq., of Uesers. Courtenay k
H. B. OL ?EY, Esq., of llesrra. O.ney 4 Co.
Haring been app luted Genertl Agent for North
and sonth Carolina for the abore reliable a jd popu?
lar Life Insu 'ance Company, I am prepared to re?
ceive application} at reasonable rates and on favor?
able termB. JOHN KIRKLAND. Ja.
office for thu present at Messrs. Courtenay k
Trenholm's. Union Wharf. wsSmoa June 2
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
N EW TOKE.
Organized in 1859 .
ALL POLICE j NONFORFEITABLE.
RALF LOA V TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LA8T CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PUB CENT.
Polices In force. .923,009 OOO
Annual Income. 800.000
Losses Paid. 900,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
Wat T. HOOKER, Vice-BresidenL
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superintend- nt.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper & Bros., ex
Mayor >-ew York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
Wa If. VERMIETE. Banker (Vermilye & Co.)
^HA jO. ROCKWOOD, Cash'er Newark Banking Corni
Hon. GEOBOE OPDYKE ex-Mayor ot Ne w York.
.MINOTi'. MOROAK. Banker.
THOMAS EIGNET. Firm Ihonias Kidney A Co.
I'ENJ. lt. HEELAN. 1'reasur.rNew York Steam tu?
gar Kefiuin? Oo-upauy
AAHON ARNOLD. Firm -if A ru dd, Countable A- Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ii "owne, Liwyera.
ll V. HA?GHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout ic Co.
WM WiiXENi, Firm of W. Wilkeus 4 Co.
Je?na u. PRAITT. Merchant.
WM. W WRIOHT Merchant.
CHAS J. -TARE, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, palmyra, N. F.
Gxo. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. >HERWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenue and
EDWARD H. wRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE, counsellor.
W. L. CooiWEEL, M ere nant.
GENERAL AGENT FOR fOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BEENS UERNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
Office No. '465 King-street,
OH ABLESTON, 8. 0
January 12 nae lyr
IJJ-ILITART H A 1/ L
LOOK OUT FOnT* BKNFOBD AND MAZYOK'S
ETHIOPIAN TROUPE once more before the pub.
Ile fer a few nights only, commencing on the
I7tn August, Tuesday- Night,
With new Mungs, Burlesques, kc
Dcors open st hslf-past 7, to commence at 8
o'clock. See small bills. 3* August 14
Jip 030000, (Etc.
HEAT ll EDUCTION
WE HAVE MABKED DOWN OUB
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
And aro now offering them
LESS THAN FIRST COST.
Come and see. J- K. BEAU di CO.
August 14 2
gurbttiarf, Cntlfrt), ?c.
gICKl.ES OK HEAP HOOKS,
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION-JUST ARRIVED.
ALSO OK BAND,
POWDER, SHOr, CAPS, ?fcc.
At S. H. AI MtSHALL,
SIGN OF IHE "BIG GUN,"
No. 310 hang-street, third door below ociety.
August 12 s?. tbstulmo
Ino |)ubUiot0Ba. _
JJOOK BU YE HS WILL FIND IT TO
THEIB ADVANTAGE TO OON8ULT THIS
The List win be Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
TOB SALZ AT
POGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
Catalogue No. 19.
MTZPAH-Friends at Prayer. BT L.O. Loomis.
"Th - Lor.i watch between me ansi thee when we are
absent one from another " 92
OBEDO. "luciame? whl h now agitate the think?
ing world." Contents: Sn lernatural Books; Super?
natural Beings; Superna ural Life; tups.natural
Destiny; The sceptic Among the Disciples. $160.
AN AMERICAN WOMAN IN EUBOEB, by Mrs. 8.
R. Urbins il 60.
PATTY GRAY'S JOURNEY FROM BOSTON IO
BALTIMORE br karoline H. Dall $1 26.
ADMIRAL SE MM Eb' MEMOIRS CF SERVICE
AFLOA T during the War between the States. lUns
trated with steel engraved Portraits and six Engrav?
ings in cromo tints, f S
TBE WOBKS OF DANIEL DVFOE, with Cbal
mer*A L' o of the Author, annotated 12 50.
THEOKLEPIA; or, The Organ'zatlon and Pepstn
Ity, Coofl cts and Triumphs of the one Holy Catho?
lic and Apostolic Church, by a Presbyter of the West.
VOXE00LE8IA: or. The Doctrine of the Protes?
tant Episcopal Church on Episcopacy and Apottolio
? ucee J.-io u. $2.
OR wP's nAPrr>T HUTOBY, fro ai the Foun?
dation of the Christian Church to the close of the
loth Century. '92 28.
i H "CH I'M M OF REDEMPTION, as it is Reveal?
ed and Taught in <he Holy Scriptures By B. Milli?
gan, i-reside Jt of the College of the Bible lu Ken?
tucky U t'vendty. 92 50.
SBBMO^S BY THE LATZ BEY. G OBOE SHEP?
ARD, Professor in Theological Seminary, Bingor,
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, with
42 Illustrations. 91 60.
NEAL'S WANDER NG RECOLLECTIONS OF A
SOMEWH T BU"? Y LIKE. 92
M ? YH W'S ILLUSTRATED HO BSE DOCTOB,
written in plam English. 93.
THE Urti H AND BAH OF GEORGIA, with an
Appendix, containing a Court Boll fro n 179 J to 1857,
?tc. Oy ritepben F. Millar. 2 vols., 8vo. 96.
A NN CA l. OF SCIEN ' I*ftfl DISCOYKBTJ or, Year
Book of Facts in Science and Art fer 18C9. Dy Samuel
BAN UNG ON CORPULENCY. Sixth Edition.
I UK PBlfST AND TH!" HUGUENOT; or, Per
secuton in the Age of Louis XV, frc m the French of
Bungener. 2 roi*. 93.
TBE PREACHER AND THB KING; or, Bouid
alone in the Court of Louis XIV, from the French of
ON THE WING, i> Book for sportsmen, by Bum
Btes i. tully Iliustratod. 92 60
jSjjT- NOVELS AND LIGBT READING of tbs latest
and standard authors sent by Mail without extra
Any Books published in America or Europe sent
free of postage on receipt of publisher's price. Ad?
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LIER ?LY FOX-Wick of.90
THE WONDERFUL AND AMU ING DOINGS
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WHIM, LOO lDCHKE A Nu PO EE .20
MADAME LE M ARMBAND'S FOtt I UNE TEL?
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SPENCER'S COMI ! SPEECHES AND HUMOR
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WAVERLY, IVANHOE. KENILWORiH, GUY
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Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-f.o'hian, The nouas
tery, TheAbl>ot. the Pirate, Fortunes of Nisei, Peve?
ril of'be Peak, Quen in Durward St. Bonau's Weil,
Red Gauntlet, i be Betroibed a d Highland Widow,
The lalismtn, Woodstock, Fair Midd of Penh, Anne
ol Geiers.em, Count Robert or Pans, The surgeon's
t>u receipt of the price, either in cash or stamps,
copi CB of any books ii. this list will bp sent by mall
postpaid. CHAS. C. KIGHTEH,
No. lill Kino-street.
Jul* 12 nae bnrioo'on. s P.
^ II A S. HICKEY,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE 1BAM? MAN?FAO
N:\ 345 KING-STREET,
CH AB LES TON", B.C.
IOOKING-GLASSESot sH sises, fitted to Frames.
vUiy 16 MB tm' 3? >
(Srorencs an& JHisreaancons.
Q(\r\(\ BUSHELS PBIME WHITE COBN, PER
?H/U" * schooner Francisco _
For sale by T. J KERB ii CO.
EASTERN HAY! EASTERN
QAA BALES EASTERN' HAT. FROM BEL- #
OUU FAST, per brig H. H. HcGilvery. Now .
anding at Palmetto Wharf and for sale by
J. A. h.""LOW * CO.,
August 14_No. 141 East Bay.
BACON AND KAVKEREL.
QA BOXES LONG CL KAR ?TDES IN DBI
20 bi x?s Long Clear Bib Sides in Dry Salt
51 pk?s. New Nos. 2 and 3 Mackerel.
For sale by JEFFOBDS & CO.
NEW YORK BAGGING,
DOUBLE ANCHOR BK AND.
THE STANDARD WEIO'IT 2^@2??- THE
Standard w'dtb lnll ?A inches.
It is wider, closer stronger, and affords better pro?
tection lor the entire covering ot ..'te Cotton bale
than any other n nse.
We sell at manufacturer'a price and pxpentes laid
dewn here, A supply always on hand.
WILLIAM KO A OH k CO.
Ang-QBt 9_Imo_ Agents.
4)AAA BUSHELS BLACK PEA?, SUITABLE
mU'fyfy f for seed and leedkg for sale by
July 2i T. J. KLRR A CO.
QAAA BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE COEN,
ejl/Uv/ aligbtly heated. For ?ale. at a low
price, by T. J. KERB k CO. ^
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostdeidou* a:id healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies*, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddle Oakes, Soups, Ac, put up inl lb. pack'
ages, with directions for u?-.
Desiccated ?ocoanut. for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
kc, put np in half tb. packages, w. th directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American In half pints, pinta
Cider and White Wlue Vinegar, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted ?lo Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Just received and for aale by
CO-OPERa I TVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered /nee._May 38
FOR S A LP, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BT
Dr. H. BAIR,
June 26_No. lal MeeUng-street
ZINC, Y ELLO W METAL
SHEATHING ANO NAILS,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. FOB PALS BY
CBISOLM BROTH PBS,
Augnst 7_awlmo_Adger'a Wharf.
HEAY? GUAN? CLOTH.
1 f\(\ SALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, LAND
J. VJ VJ TSQ ex schooner B. N. Hawkins, and tor
sa e by. HENRY CORIA ft 00.
August 10_hit hs?
H. & H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FIN Si PURR OLD
IN OB DEB TO F AGU IT ATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PUBE OLD MONONGAHELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Mes?*?. B GERDTS fc
CO our Agents, wbo by tbls arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade st prices wich ?ill insure
satisfaction. H. & EL W. CATHLBWOOD.
H. ?S? H W. CATHERWOOOD'S
EXTBA FINE PURE OLD
(?A BABBEL9 OF THE ABOVE FAVORIT ll
OV WHISKIES, consistiBgof X, XX. XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landing, and for salo low by
H. GERDTS A- CO.,
June 12 8tuth3mo_No. East Bay.
$100 PER DAY DISCONTINUED
HAVING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
widespread sale for "CRN 1'UBY" brand of
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, w? desire to announce
that we ahaU not pack dally $100 in the small tin?
foil papara after this date, July lat, its merita being
so favorably recognized that thia inducement is no
loi ger necessary. To avoid misapprehension, how?
ever, we would add that we shall continue to pack
orders for elegant MEERSCHAUM PIPF.s in our
..Yacht Club" and ?Eur?ka" brands of Smoking
lhe "Yacht Club" is devoid of Nicotine, and can
net injure the health, and is especially recommend?
ed to people of sedentary occupations or nervous ?
Tba trade are invited to send for circulars.
July IT _atnthlmo_New York.
JUST RECEIVED A**0 FOB BALE, WHOLE?
SALE AND BETAIL, by Dr. H. BABB, No.
WOLF'rt SCHIEDAM rOHNAPPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Soothing syrup -.
Perry Dsns' lainkiller K
Mexican Mustang Llnament
Peery'a Deai Snot, 4c.# ka,
June 26 "ituth
||l-S>ELL'S BOOK STOKE.
THE* ."* Uil ILE AND THE ALABAMA, Servies
I float during the War b. tween the States, by Ad?
miral Semroes, 1 vol 8vc, cloth, SS.
RESOURCES OF 1 HE SOUTH r BN FIELDS AND
FviBESiS, Medical. Economical and Agricultural,
by F. Piyre Porcher, M. D., l vol 8vo., $:< 50.
CHRISTIAN ?1NGEB* OF G- KM A NY. by Cathe?
rine Winkworth, transit OT and compiler ot "Lyra
derma 1:J," III?? trate J. l2mo., forming volume .
of the 'hunday Library." fine cloth, f2.
HISTORY <>F EDE: PEiN MOB ?L-. from Au?
gustus to Chailemacne 2 vols., 8vo , f>6.
FOREST LIP J. IN ACADIE, -ketches of Sport and
Natural History in the Lower Provi; ce* of the Cana?
dian Dominion, by Captain C Hardy, illustrated,
1HENFW AF-INITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by Tames Marline ? u, 25c.
SPEC I KUM ANALYSIS, Six Lectures by H E.
Boecoe, with appendices, colored Platea and Hlus
trated, 8vo, $9.
MIND AN t? BB AI N; or. The Cort elation ot Con?
sciousness and Organization. Systematically Inves?
tigated aud Applied to Philosophy. Menial science
and Practice, with a Preliminary Dissertation OB
Method and illustrative ot the Text, by (hos. Lay?
cock. M. D.. 2 vol. . 12mo., 425; xvi. 494, 97.
LIFE OF PIZ ARRO, with -oms eccountot his Aa
soeiates in the Conquest of Peru, by Arthur Helps,
I VJL, S2 75
1 HE OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, from the
Creation to the Berum from tne Caotivlty, edited
by W. sml.b.L.L. D.. 1 vol.. 12mo., $2
WOM \N'S) sUFFB-iG , the te.orm Against No
tute, bv Horace Bu?bnell, 1 vol, 12mo., Si 60. ~
IEE ^CBJtciION i?F WoMAN, by Jenn Stuart,
M. M., 1 vol, 12mo., $1
PRE-H1S10RIC NA'IONS; or Inqoirie? ? oncern
Ing some ot ih- Great Peoples and civ jizations ot
Autiquttv, amt their Piobabie Re<atfon Ici a still Old?
er Civilization ot tue Ethiopians ur Cuslutes of Ara
Cia, bi Johu D. Baldw n, 12mo . Si 75.
FIGbT YEAR-' fl ANDEP.IN'ih IN CEYLON, by
sir samuel White taker. Illustrated, lUnio., cloth,
THE SCIENCE OF RIGHTby F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. E. Kroeg r, limo., loth, $2.
iH't-E THOUSAND AI ILE* THROUGH THE
ROI Ki MOUNTAINS, by A. K. Mclure, Illustr?t
3d 12mo , cloth $2.
BKii RIcE, A Poet*, by Hon. Boden Noel, square
L6mo., cloth, gilt top, $1.
TH E s i X ...?, H . RE AND HEBEAF rER, by Wil?
liam H. Holcombe, M D , 12mo.. paper ? loth, SI 50.
LIV ts uF Si. LOUI? AND U ALVIN, by M.
Sulz >t Illustrate.-!, limo , cloth 82.
IHK QC 'KER PABiI"AN8, A Bevolutionary
?tory, With Illustrations, 12mo, c o th fl 50.
FI. TTON.-Ai.erbark's Villa on the Bbine;Erck
xiann-",hatrain'8 Waterloo; H g insoa's Ms bone;
Hoffmann's -leo Murray; Huso's L'Homme qui
Bit; Lettice LMe; Phelps' Men, Women and Ohoets;
the Quaker Partisans; Robson's For Her fase;
-.ontoworth's Changed Brides; spielhageo'a Problem
itical Characters; Woods' Gates Wide open; Kinus
ey'a Stretion; My Daughter Eliuor; TbeLsc istan s
Sousehold; ?cbmid's H.beruhter; ^outhworth s
lue Brine's Fate; trollope's He K"ew He Was
Hight; Zsohokke'H Dead Ones ; FreyUg's Lost Man
is"ript; Jean lngle:ow's Mopso the Fairy.
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