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THE DAILY NEWS.
^ rtrg-T? ciremlAtion_THE DAILY NEWS
?mure THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAVING TBS LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END Ol
EACH WERE. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF TOR NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
?Sf- CHEAP ADVERTISING.
j "Caa CHARLESTON ^?Ews, the circulation of 1
which ie about twice as large aa that of any
.other paper published in South Carolins, is the
rest advertising medium for all business men.
sJbr persons who want Bira i tiona or servants;
"who want houses or apartments, or have them
' to rent; wno want or who oller board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of vaina,
-TD News has no equal; and in order that all
classes may have their wants supplied, wa ha ve
?dop ted the following scale bf CHEAP AD YES
TTsaifXVTS, payment for which must invariably
HM made when 01? order ts given:
AsrrexUaements of situations wanted by or
offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work*
men, mechamos, house-servants, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
h??? articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses laated or to let, and miscella?
neous wanta of all Kinds.
For each insertion of advertisements of the
Xrt exceeding TH asa LIKES or 20 warda_25 cents
- Toux Loras or SO warda.40
" Trvs meta or 40 words.50
AU advertisements to be inserted st these I
rates moat be prepaid and delivered st TBS J
Baw* csBoebv 9 P. M.
H stage ?rf merse onaetcr at the "tews
8 P. M
8 P. af.
sleeting This Dsy.
Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Association,
at8P. kt. ..'.'
Aales TH Ls Day.
Larras * Bauns will sall at ll o 'c lock, at the
. old Postoffice, desirable real estate.
G. W. STKJTKKS will se U at half past 9 o'clock,
butter, cheese, Ac.
HHSST COBLA A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock,
bama. Sugar. Ac.
LATJBST A \XXUKMM wUltMlI st 10 o'clock,
butter, bacou, Ac.
COXOXBTSMAH 0. C. llown is at present m
New York. It ie reported that be will return
io qb axles too seme time next week.
Mnxs Hor^.^ftajfrasy tDe men WD0 havo
been engaged in rh?hnog the floors of thia
boase for carpets and oil Cloths oompisred their
THE NEW? IN' THE OOTJHXBT.-Bes?en of
Tars NEW? going to the country can receive
their favorite paper by mail, daily, at seventy
five cen ts a month, by addressing a note, with
their subscription, to our publication office.
THE SUMTER Nsws- This popular State
paper nae a large circulation in an important
section of the State, and should be borne io
mind when our merchants make UD their tall
advertisements. Darr A Osteen are the pro?
prietors. . ? _
Duo Ha Own GRAVE -A negro named
Chas. Williams eas arraigned before the Mayor
yesterday opon the charge of stealing looks
.nd keys. The charge was proven, ano! the
Mayor sentenced Williams to remain under
locks and keys for ten days.
CHABOSD WUK MALTKAB?NCS rn Omcr.
We were informed yesterday that tte County
Commirsionere held s privat? myeatifrstioa
into the charges of jraJJeasanoc in office, pre?
leered by Mark Reynolds, against F. O. Miller,
formerly president of the Board of Commis?
sioners. There are numerous reports afloat
concerning the matter, but we refrain from
Jurther mention until aothentio particulars
Msw CoTTOir_Messrs. Palsor, Rodgers A
Co. received on. Saturday afternoon a bale of
new cotton fr? m Mr. D. K. Norris, Orange,
burg, 8. O., which, proving seedy, was sold at
thirty-two oenta per pound, A bale of new
Georgia received by the same firm, classed
middling, sold at thirty-four c?uts. Both of
these were purchased by Messrs. M. Goldsmith
A Son. Messrs. George W. WiHiams A Co. re?
ceived yesterday tour balee of the new crop of
CHILD REM'S UNION MEETING AT Sustsraa
VXLLB.-On last tanda? there was a pleasant
gathering ot Sunday school children at Sum?
merville, and addressewwere mads by Masters
Walker Thomas, W. W. Thayer, Leroy A. But?
terfield and C Jaban Smith. The exercises
were interspersed by singing, io wbioh tho
children joined with one accord. There was a
large attendance and considerable interest
manifested. It was the last of similar meet?
ings held during the summer.
DRUNKARDS-There were any number of
persons drunk on Saturday and Sunday, and
the folio wing were arraigned before the Mayor
yesterday : Susan Robinson, Franois McDow?
ell, Ann Williams, Henry Hagerman, Sarah
Gadsden, Henry and Mary Ann Holmes, all
colored, AU -excepting the Hohnes* family
were sen te need to ten di y o' imprisonment each.
Tbs last named bad a fight m addition to
their ^drunk, and were required to remain
twenty days in snell use ot correction.
A Bow BETWEEN WOMEN-A MAW rs THE
CASS.-George Fordham, Mrs. Hogan, white,
i-Kate Lee aad Mollie Sweeney, colored, appear?
ed before tbe Mayor yesterday to answer the
charge ot being engaged in a general row. It
appeared, from the testimony, that Fordham
rented a room from Hrs. Hogan, elating that
.it was for himself and wire. Bat instead of
bringing that lsdy t o the room, he placed therein
Kate and Mollie. Mrs. Hogan ascertaining
this, web* up there and ordered tba negroes to
leave. - Bato strack ber' in the mouth with a
?ap and Mrs. Hogan stabbed her. Kate was
fined $10 and tbe others discharged.
THE FIRST COOLIE SBIP.-The bark Acacia,
which arrived at Baltimore, Thursday, the 19th
inst?, reports speaking, no date, latitude or
longitude, the brig Betsy Ames, Thur it .ra, one
hundred and sixty days from Hong Kong, with
.coolies tbe Charleston. ' There ia. probably
some trror in this report, as no information is
known ber? in reference tot this vessel. It
may, however, prove trae, an3 in that case,
we can prepare a welcome for tbe first vessel
with Chinese laborers. It may be tbat this
brig may have been destined for some of tbe
Cuban ports, and been ordered elsewhere in
con seinen ce of the unsettled state of that is?
land. TOM cause may give os a supply of
field hands at an earlier period than would
otherwise have taken place.
MEXOAHIILE PBXHTIJJU.-All kinda of mer?
cantil* priatirjg, suoh ascirculare, letterheads,
cards, bill heads, statements, ftc., for count
ing-rooms and offices, promptly executed in
the neatest style sod at the lowest rates for
cash, at Tus NSWH JOB Ornes, No. 149 East
HOTEL ARRIVALS, AUOOST 23.- Pavilion
Hofe".-8. D. Bassen, A. A. Thomas,
Stephen*?; N. P. Dutton, Steamship Sea
Gull; W. i. Jones, Northeastern Railroad.
Charleston Hotel.-C. H. Kennedy, South
Carolina* Wm. McBae, 8. P. Liffett, North
Carolina; J. H. Pawley,"Florida; A. B. Flanni
(ran, Mat i OD; C. E. Haile, Florida.
TEE NEWS.-Complaint is made that some
postmasters near the line of the Northeastern
Railroad are tardy in delivering THE NEWS
This ts not right THE DAILY NEWS is sent
the 10:30 A. M. train ?very day but Sunday, and
the TRI WAEEL Y NEWS IS sent by the 1:30 train
on Mondays, Welnesdays and Fridays. The
Tri-weekly is kindly handed to the postmasters
by the conductor of the train.
THTHGS nt LAHCASTEB.-The Ledger bas
this budget of news :
In some sections of this county there has
been no rain for oit- ht weeks.
Tbat not one-half of tbe colored people
this county pay anv tax whatever.
That there are mor) negroes sixty years old
than ever was beard of before.
That Governor -"cot t has appointed a minor
to offiee in this county.
That it is more than likely the Governor has
been imposed upon in this instance.
That a white Bad is shortly to be bound
the holy bands of "hemlock" with a negro
BEAST TOE Hm.-On Sunday last, there ap?
peared on the Charleston Hotel Begister the
following: "Charles G. Paiker, Miohigan
Shortly after the registry was made, a pets
applied to see Mr. Parker, who, fortunately,
was ont, 'This was the first of s series of ap?
plicants. All day yesterday people were in
quiring if Mr. Parker was in. The derk be
coming tired ot this and other questions re?
garding the mo vern 3D ts of Mr. P., who was
always ont. mad- ooo or two inquiries, and as?
certained tbat the aforesaid gentleman waa
behaved to be one ot the firm of Parker
Brother, who have leased the Mills House, and
these applicants desired to speak for a situa
ti on. Tum wera..applications from waiters
clerks, chambermaids, head clerks, ftc. Mr.
P. ia still "out."
Tn SICK TBAESXBXT POOR.-Last night
certified copy of the number of (he "sick
transient poor," taken care ot. by the city
during tbs year ending 10th of Angnst, 1869
was sent to Governor Scott. Tbe report shows
that three hundred and eighty Avb persons
were taken care of at the Alms House, st
cost 6118450; six hundred at the City Hospi
tal, at a cost of ?11,880; twenty-seren at the O
Folk's Borne, at a costo! $880; five hundred
and twelve at the 8hirar Dispensary, at a cost
of $1228; six hundred and fifty in Health Dis?
trict No. 4, at a cost of $1560. Transportation
was furnished to one hundred and ninety-two
at a cost of $1167.
As some of these persons doubtless received
i as?stanos frfm two or more of the institutions
Dametthe exact number provided for cannot
be stated. The cost of sustaining them, and
providing transportation tor those who desired
to leave the oity, was about $29,000.
CBUMBS.-Tbe Lincoln Light Infantry (ne
rroes,) headed by a drum corps, paraded
through the principal streets yesterday.
A negro woman recently had her husband
m t m jail for heating her, and then came near
latching a dozen sunstrokes running around
ryrng to get security to get him out.
Joseph Friz er and J. M. Stewart, colored
?est their wives and were sentenced by the
layer, yesterday, to twenty days' imprison
A crazy negro named Polly Anne Ore, was
ent to the Old Folks' Home by the Mayor,
Several parties were arraigned before the
tayor yesterday to answer the oh arse of Beli?
ng liqnor without license, and were all dis
Maria Montgomery, who was arrested on
uapicion of rob bi ne the kitchen of Mr. Me?
ie wn, WM chscbartred yesterday.
An unknown negro, aired about forty years,
nd mid tn- have gone from Charles ten to
lava noah recently, was foo ad dead in the lat?
er oity on Saturday last.
There will.be s meeting of Council to-night.
The investigation into the origin of the fire
t the Stonewall engine bouse will be resumed
t five o'clock this afternoon. *
Council to-night will take action opon the
?station ortho cotton and rice factors to have
he city tax apon rice and cotton removed.
It is is reported that General John B. Den
iis has been offered and dec ii oed the place of
leputy collector of the port ot Charleston.
john DoVaox assaulted his step-son, Wesley
?tedman with a brick, and cut bim on tbe
ead. De Vaux was bailed to appear at the
The "Ponce bill," which provides for one
undred and twenty-five regular policemen
no "night watebme ,") with two additiona
entonante, will probably be brought up m
ko a nc il to-night.
DADDY CADI'S IKOEKDUBT EDITORIAL.-The
lacon papers make merry over the editorial
f Daddy Cam's, republished in THE NEWS,
ranting the "Georgia Rowdies" to stay at
ome, booause the South Cirolina negro "is
ery like his former instr act ors sud associates
a life; he has a contempt of Ute when his
ights axe st stake, and whenever the Geor
ians want to teat their mettle they can find
itt y thousand in this State who will gratify
heir ambition for a not in five minutes."
the Telegraph quotes the editorial with the
allowing introduction : "Carolina is tradi
iot al ly plucky; but we never realized before
tow deep the pluck went down till we picked
ip the 'Missionary Record,' the organ of the
charleston Ethiopacy, and also aa expounder
Of apostolic blows and knocks. '
"This organ of 'muscular Christianity,' so
alled, is edited by one Casio, also ot the best
Ightiog blood of Africa, and a savage repre
entative of one whose wretched biography is
iriefly set forth in the latest edition of Congo
'Adam was the de first man
Eve was de .udder:
Cam was a wicked man
'Sase he slewed his -rudder.' "
The article concludes ?s follows: "However,
s a friend or peace, quiet habits and a pro?
meted existence-as a man who would rather
?ve, any day in the year, a good dinner in his
tomach than an oooce of lead, we protest
gainst any Georgian going over into Carolina
0 tight this terribie Cain and his rioters. He
1 a regular Pilgrim Bock darkey. He has,
ike the oid Pilgrim ste k, a double advantage
ania fighting, for he bangs his adversary
rith spiritual and carnal weapons at once. He
ights with Bible and revolver-with prayers
nd curses, and brings, as it "fere, the Father
it Merci sand the Father of Mischief down
ipou a man at the same minute-which is too
ouch. We hope the Angustans will be warned
,nd let Cain alone. If Cain-srets hold of them
IQ his compound double-action principle, bey
nil wish themselves on this side of the bridge
,nd the drawer up. Let Cain alone. He's
Low RATES FOB BUB30ED3ER8.-As the busi?
ness year is about opening, we would again re?
fer to the advantages offered in the low rates
of subscription to THE NEWS. lt bas been the
constant aim of the proprietors of THE NEWS
to place it within the reach of every person in
the community, and to this end tba weekly
rate of subscription was established. Tbis has
been gradually reduced from 80 cents to 15
cents per week, at which figure it is now de?
livered to a large and constantly increasing
olass of readers. THE NEWS is mailed monthly
to any address at 75 cents per month, and the
yearly, hall yearly and quarterly rates are re?
spectively $?, $3 and $2. Payment in every in?
stance must be made in advance, except in the
case of Ibo weekly subscribers, from whom the
15 cents is collected every Saturday by the car?
rier. _ _
SOLOMON'S Brr TEES. - WO call attention to
Solomon's Bitters, advertised in THE NEWS
thia momiDg. A letter from the Hon A. H.
Stephens, whish accompanies the advertise?
ment, shows the opinion entertained of the
bitters by that distinguished statesman.
FRENCH TJAXJ SHOES.-John Commins, No.
181 Meeting-street, offers tbree cases Men's
French Calf Shoes at a grear sacrifice-from
12 50 to $3 per pair. Sold at retail
August ii tai
SUMMER TOURISTS, before starting for the
country or the watering places, should supply
themselves with the best trunks and valise?,
at Chapeau A Heffron's. No. 68 Meeting
street, next to the Mills House, or send their
old trunks to Le nicely repaired and renovated
at the same establishment. Kew sole leather
trunks and valises for sale. August 24
LIGHT READING FOB THE WARM WEATHER.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Richter, tbe very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy Ring-street dealer in books
and periodicals of all kinds. His list will be
found to include something to snit every taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how he can afford
to send bu books by mail over the country,
post-paid, at tho ridiculously low prices named.
Mr. J. MADSEN begs to inform bis friends
and customers that he bas reopened bis to?
bacco house, at No. 814 King-street, corner
Society, where he will be happy to see them.
August 21 8*
Shirts art /onwftiBg ?oobs.
IBB GREAT SEISATIdl,
Superior Fitting Shirts.
jar tu s
5 HI B rs.
POPULAR ADD RELIABLE
Opposite Harket HalL
SHIBTS MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS READY MADE, ALL HZ BS.
Directions for Measurement, Ac,
SENT BY MAIL
One door below Market
IN PRICES 0?
EST TBY IT.
p HUTU GU AP H COLORING.
PERSONS' WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
lated with care and taste o an have their orders
promptly Ulled by leaving them at Hohnes* Book
House. Written directions should in each Mae be
pvea aa to tba style of coluring preferred.
Julv 13 irnos*
yr^ILLIS di CHISOLM.
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WTLT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANS
Sd IP VENT (to Foreign sn* Domestic Portai ol
COTTON. RICK. LOM BEB AND NAVAL VTOBEt).
ATLANTIC w H A Ky. Charleston, 8. O.
?C, W1LI.I8.&. K. UHISOLM
j_JOL,MKS ?V MACBETH.
No. 36 Brood-street,
Charleston, fa. C.,
BROKERS, AU0TI0NEEB8, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL. COMMISSION AGENTS
Will atttend to Renting and Collecting o? Hems
sud purchase and sale ot btock?, Bonds, Gold.
Silver and Beal Estate. ^
To the Purchase ot Good* and Hupplies for parties
Ln the country upon reason ible terms.
SEOEOE L. HOLMES.ALEXANDER MACBETH.
Jan u? rv J_lyr
TURN ll. ALEXANDER,
NOTA BF PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 18 Broad-street.
BE8PEOTFDLLT fiOLICIlS BUSINESS IN AI?
I?8TINU ACCOUNTS ol Merchants and others,
md in WRITING OP AND POSTING their BOuEa,
tither in part (ir whole. Ac. January 9
GREEK VILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
BONDS, guaranteed by State South Carolina.
Stick in Charleston Gas Company.
BONDS AND STOCKS STATE EODTH CABOLI
S'\, Old and New.
Apply to SAMUEL C. BLA?K,
August 24 1 No. 28 Broad-atreet,
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
Bank of Charleston Stock
People's Bank Stock.
Apply to JAMES H. WILSON.
JAMES H. WILSO?,
BANKER AND BROKER,
No. 5 Broad street.
STOCKS, BONDS AND GOLD BOUGHT AND
Barri* d. or sold short in New Tprk on margins.
DEPOSITS received and interest all owed.
EXCHANGE, STOCKS. BONDS, GOLD, frILVBB,
COUPoN'5 AND UNCUBBENT BANE NOTES,
bought and sold on current rates and on commis
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to.
DBAFI8 for sale of El and upwards on England,
Ireland, Paris and Berlin. ftulO Jnly 80
J) A N K K lt S ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Xetter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c?n get their orders
fined promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
m Bast Bay._
frigs, ttljtmirolgj (Cte.
? S K O Ol
SCROFULA, DISPEPSIA, LIVES COMPLAINT,
NE ll VOSS DEBILITY, BBEUMATISM,
NE?BALGIA, KIDNhY AFFECTIONS,
EBUPIIONS OF THE SKIN,
Obstinate or long standing di teases of the
BLOOD, LIVES, URIN AB? ORGANS,
NERVOUS SYSTEM, Ac.
It purifies and earlobes the Blood, eradicates all
Syphilitic or Scrofulous Taints. Restores the Liver
ind Kidneys to ahealtby action, aid? digestion, r?g?
al?tes the bowels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
tar NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE."tis
FORMULA AROUND EACH BOTTLE.
Becommended by the best Physicians eminent
Divines. Editors, Druggists, Mercbsnts, atc.
afir THE BEST AND MOST POPULAS Af EDD
DINE IN USE.
FBKFABED ONLY BY
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
An experienced and well-known Physician and
Laboratory and Office, ho. S^fain-slreet, -
Price One DoPsr per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN ft CO,
DOWIE k HOKE,
Charleston, 8. 0.
And Druggists everywhere.
July 26_ D?o lyr
K il G'S DMTKBsALROI?lAR
. HEALING SALVE.
THIS VALUABLE BEMBDY HA* EFFECTED
onnmerable cures, and baa gained for Itself a great
eputation. lbs discoverer of this Salve his applied
twltb eminent soccers na thousands of cases dur
ag the Crimean War. and has cured dangerous
monds, in manv casrg considered mortal.
MB. E. BEBO is the so? possessor of tho valuable
ecretof maklcft- tbis -alvc; from i ls experience lu
wing it in Europe and the success attending its ap?
ile? non tnoro. ne baa been induced to introduce it
ito toe Dulled M ates IT REIJtVKM PAINI
ino e ?ho have Won' d\ Bruises Cuts of all
tods,ot 5're?, Celons. Scratches. Musquito Bites.
Tost Bitten Jarata, sore Li s. Chllblai a. Children's
corbubc complaints on Head and Fae, are rpeedll>
ured. It has proved f great advantage to ladies,
nd ia peculiarly adapted for ?athered breast?, ?ore
fg?, ftc. through confinement, and other causes
It acts like manic in removing Bolls Pimples, and
utaneous Diseases, and bas been successfully
.ed for roms buolois and Sore Throat, bv apply
ig external y every even! g before going to bed.
For sale by all drnggista. Price 25c . 60c., and $1
er Jar. Office. N -. 260 Bowery, N. 1. None genuine
liesa countersigned E. BEBO'rt UN' IVE HH AL BUS
IAN . EALING BALVE, No 960 Bowery. New
ork. For sale bj JOHN F. HENRY, No. 8 College
lace, New York. et nth
? K C1BRFUL
WHEN YOU ARL FX ri US'ED BY OYEKWORK
f brad or hard and feel the need ot somethiLg In
l? orating don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
alni;, whe her under the name of Hitters or other
rise. - a eh articles give just a- mee ti strength lo
our weary bod* and mind as the whin gives io the
ided borse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
ajunous to Nerve health, snd are ALWAYS followed
y DEPBEHbTNO BEACTION.
Judd's Nervine and Invigorator
i a TONIC aud GENTLE H ri MULAN 1' which ls
io i attended hy REACTION, ff st it gains for
on it matu tai i'a. When it i*freshes bodv or mind,
izefreahes wi'b natural strength thai comes io s*ay.
fe ore not recommending teetotalism in the interest
f any faction; but long and ex'ended observation
taches us that he wbo resorts to the bottle for rest
r recuperation, will find, as he kee ns at it, that he
i kindling a fire in bis bones which will consnme
ke the names of perdition. Turn from it Take a
jnlcthatwUl refres? ?nd not destroy, DOD D'?
ERVtNK i. torsa?e ?y all BTUgvists. Price One
)r!iar. See Book of Certificates mat accompanies
ach bott] 7mos June 25
jj H. MICHA V'S
A-K FOR NO OTHER, TAKE NO OTHES, AND
o? will save time health a id money.
.H C0 BEWASD for any case of disease in any
tase which they fill io care.
Dr. BICB U'ti GOLDEN BA LS A h No. 1 care*
ricers. Ulcerated Kore 'croat and Mouth, sore
ye?, cutaneous or skin Eruption-, Cooper C lored
notches, avenas* of the -calp "crof.ua, Ar ; lg the
Testest Renovator, Al cia ti ve and Blood Purifier
nnwn. removes a I niseaa^a from the system, and
save? the blood pure and beaUbv.
Dr. ItlOHAP'- GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
lercurial Affectinas, Hheumatism in all it form?,
r?ether f. om mercury cr other causes; give* Imme
late relief io all cases. No dieting necessary. I
lave thousand* of Certificates oroviuu the miracu
on? cures effeoton by these lien* dies. Price of
Uber No. 1 or No 2, $5 per bottle,or iwo bottles for
Dr EICHAU** GOLDEN' ANTIDOTE, anafe spee
ly. p ea*ant and raolcal cure l?r Bli Urinary De
a_:emcut.?, oecompan:ed with full directions. Price
3 per bottle
Dr. BICHAU'.S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR, a
adical cure for Nervous or Gent-rsl Debility, in old
ir vounaj! imparting emrgv with woods ful effect.
?rice SS i er bottle, or two bottles for S9.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be .'bi prod
o any pine >. Prompt attention paid to all corres
lents. None gen me wi bout h? name of '-Dr.
lIOHAU'i GULflEN it KM EDI ES, D. U. RICHARDS,
ole Proprietor," blown io glass ot bot lea.
Address D B. RICHARDS.
No. 228 Varick-stroet, New York
Office Honrs from 9 A M. to S? P. Al.
Circu ara sent._ly_Jul* 3
PO B YK. BKS?
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RUI A IL
ARBON ATE UF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JOH!? M\B8HALL, Jr.,
N AVAL 8TOBB0, COTTON LUMBER AND BICE.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Augn-t 24_ Wth?
J^BBN CH CALF SHOES.
3 CASES OF LOW QUARTER FBENCH CALF
8HOE8, ata great aacrince. Sold bj the tingle pair.
August 21 tag . No. 131 Meeting-street.
OTIC F.-ON THE 10TH INSTANT 1
disposed of ?ny entire Stock in Trade to Mesare.
BOIN EST at MAE UN, who wiU continue the busi
nets at my old stand, No. 527 ETNG-STBEET, oppo
In rearing from the business I desire to thank my
friends and customers for their liberal support in
the past, and would respectfully solicit a continu.
ance of the same to my successors
Charleston, August ia, 1869. JOHN QUINN.
NOTICE-HAVING PURCHASED OF MR. JOHN
QUINN bis entire Stock and Fixtures, we will con?
tinue tbe BOOK, NE W.I AND S i AT ?ONE AT BUH1
NESb in all its branches, at his old stand, and hope,
by close attention to the tame, to merit a liberal
share of public favor. J?HN E. B TN EST.
J. Mill TE MARTIN.
Charleston, August 12, 1869. stuth6 August 1*
JTT> EFI V GD FAMILY LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
MW Ask yonrGroeei tor our Br?nd of
Lard ia tbese Packages.
Packed in 3 IB, S lb, 10 lb Caddies: 60 ft Cans for
shipmeaL Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Send
for Price List.
Bold by Grocers la charleston.
Kay 79 nao stuthSmo
p LA lt IO JOINT
For Residences, Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, Bridges,
Ac. Manufactured by
SHOENBERGER A CO.,
?o. U Public Landlos-, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. July Hi... _nao_Imo
rjiaoMA^ jr. RAYNER ? CO.,
AAJTCTFAOTULE ES OF
FI Ir H CIGARS.
Particular attentich-'to Special Bianis for Grocers
Nos. 29 LIBERT Y-ST??EEr asm 51 MAIDEN LANE
td~ Samples sent to lerpeaalble houses.
JpALL AND WINTER IBfPORTATION,
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS
ARMSTRONG, CATOR j* CO.,
Nos. 937 and 939 Baltimore-Street,
IH PO RI ER S ASD JOBBERS OF
BONNET AND TRIM ?UNG RIBBONS,
VELVET AND 8A9H RIBBONS,
Bonnet Silks, 8a tin s and Velvets, Illusions. Blonds,
Laces, huches, Nets and Crapes,
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnets and Ladles' Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
BILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HAT8,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
THE LARGEST STOCK C F MILLINERY GOODS
IN IBIS COUNTRY, and unequalled ii choice
variety, which we offer at priers that will deft com
?*Y~ORDEBS ^O; IiTTFD. Imo August 16
?f?B20NZ?, FIBS COLT,
TUt rtfwrt NO CUamm?,
WITH TM! PATENT
wu lea ux? no mino*.
The Original sad only
Bailable fates mads.
It caa be applied to
any Stair Rod, either
Round or Flat, and
prevents its slipping
from Its place.
Ask tor the
Pitc&t Drep rhuxw,
?ats sr ALL
AMD BUY wo emera.
^WMgjff?*" BBASS AND 2STC
Fer Hotels, Rcekwrants and Public Buildings,
-V. T, 4 J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., N.Y
Anrtut 13 3mos
A TTENTION, ADVERTISERS,
THIS IB ONE OF THF MOST PRO-PER0US PA?
PERS in the south, i s published daily In Montgomery
.he Capital of Alabama; has an ext naive circulation
hroughout the State, and otters advantages and in
lacements to advertisers which lew other journals
: an equal.
A regular file of the paper ma v be seen at tbe
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. 3 BROA D-S TR E E 1,
Ind contracts for advertising may be mad* with the
igents In Charleston,
WALKER, EVANS Si COGSWELL.
G. H. GIBSON dt CO.,
MarchO Propr'etors, Montgomery Ala.
Q J. SCH LR PEG lt ELI..
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KtNGANC ST. PHILIP
LUMBEB OF EVE BY DESCRIPTION AM
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PI ASTEE?
[NO LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also GBOOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, rou
?Un tl y on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12 mtlisly:
Harnt, Sugar and Bacon.
BY HENRY tOBIA & CO.
THIS DAT, at fl*o'clock, in front of oar Store, win be
BOO Sugar-eured and PLAIN HAMS
6 b?rrela Sugar
50 Smoked shoulden
1 box Smoked Jolea,
Conditions cub. August 24
Will sell at auction, before his store, No. 30 Vendue
Bange, 1 His DAT, at balf-past 0 o'clock,
Vi peokage? BD Tl KB
20 boxes Factory Cheese
soo S. c. Hams
SO boxes candles -
30 boxes Starch
10 boxes Tobacco.
Terms cash._August 24
Sloop, Union Whurf.
ENoX, DALY & < 0.
Will sell oo TO-MORROW, 2Sth instant,
The above SLOOP, fully equipped. Capacity 22
corda wood. * th tn3_Augusta!
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS,
flo 35 Hstyne-street.
By direction of A. H. ? brahams. Assignee of
Charles Madsen we will offer for sale, at Aaciion.
on 10-MORROW, the25th instant, at 10 o'clock,
at our sale-room. No. 36 Havne-Btreet,
A well selected stock ot IMPORTED AND DO?
MESTIC CIGARS, IOBACCO, PIPES, Ac., Ac, as
- bales HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO
- cases Leif Tobacco, of various qualities
- boxes Chewing Tobacco
Variety Brands Smoking Tobacco
- boxes Imponed Cigars
- box's Domestic Cigars
- Fine A si ort ment ot Meerschaum and Fancy
- reams Wraptiog Paper
- bbls. FINE BOURBON AND CABINET
Term?-Ml amounts under $150 must be cash ;
$300, thirty davs; over that amount sixty days, with
interest at 1 per cent
4EsV?avannah Republican and Augusta Consti?
tutionalist copy four times, and send OUI to courier
oflke._.ruin-4 wi_August 24
Carpet* and Superior Assortment of House
BY WM. McKAY.
Athis Sion, No. 136 Meeting-street, TO-MORROW
(Wednesday,) 25 th Instant, at 10 o'clock.
City Stock at Auction.
BY I. S. M. BENNETT.
TO-MORROW, the 25 th instant, at ll o'clock, at the
.ld Postoffioe. corner of Broad and East Bay
streets, I vlU sell,
12200 CITY BIZ PKR CENT. STOCK.
Terms cash. August 94
/flatDmttg, usititft, (flt.
O T 1 C E
WE ABS PBS PABED TO FILL OBDBB* FOR
STA HON A KY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES,
of superior make, at reduced prices and on accom
modi. Un ft terms.
GAILLARD k M IN OTT, Faet?n,
Angost 31 . sinth_Agger's Wharf.
Of ALL SIZES, FROM FO?B TO TWENTY-FIVE
BOB ? E POWER, complete in every respe-1. 1 ?ese
Engines are now in use for various purposes in dif?
ferent parts of tl'la ita te and Georgia, and have given
A SIXTY HORSE ENGINE, with fine boiler, com?
plete. For sale by CHISOLMBBO IBERS,
T| O HT A BL E ENGINES.
ON HAND, CEC TIGHT, TEN HORSE POWER.
ONE 6IX?Y-bOBs.'? ENGINE, WITH FLUE
BOILER ' 'uMPLcTE.
For sale bv C BT30?/H BROTH P.B i,
August 21 ?tuth? Jdjej'tfNorte Wbart
V KO? # To 350
hone power, including the
ceieoratej Corliss cut-ofi
Engines,Wide Valve Sta?
tion?r? Engines Portable
Engines, Ac Also. Circu?
lar Malay and Gang Saw
M?ls, Sugar Cane a Us,
?halting Pulleys. Ac. Lath
and Shingle Mills. Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circulai
-aws Belting, Ac Send'
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD k MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February ia Utica, New York.
jp O ll BALING COTTON,
DILLON'S UNIVERSAL WROUGHT IBO!
THIS FAVORITE TIE MADE OF THE BE'T
qualltv of iron and possesses advantages tor the
economical baling of cotton most important to the
planter, merchant ?nd factor.
For ssle in large ?nd small io's (Of a bondie) st re?
duced rates. WILLIAM ROACH k CO..
August 9 Imo Aleuts for Hcuib Carolina
lem jlubiiiat 00s.
-T^USSELL'S BOOK STOKE.
THE SUMTES AND THE ALABAMA. Service
Afloat during the War between tbe States, by Ad
mira! Besamos, 1 vol 8?o., cloth, $5.
BfcSOUBCBs OF 1 HE sOUCBtBN FIELDS AND
F>>BkS>S, Medical Economical and Agricultural,
by E. P?yre Porcher, M. D.. 1 vol- 8vo" ti to.
CHRISTIAN slNGtRs OF G ?? KM A NY. by Cathe
rine Winkworth, transl* or and compiler ol "Lyn
Cerra? I?*," Illustrated, limo., forming volume 6
of the ' sunday Library." fine cloth, *2.
H H IO RY "F EUBlPEftN MOB ?Ls, from Au?
gustas to Cbailemaene 2 vols., ?vo., $8.
FOREVf LlFa IN AC ADI E, -ketcues of Sport and
Natural Bistory in the Lower Provi< cc-> ot the Cana?
dian Dominion, by Captain O Hardy, Illustrated,
I HE NFW AF' INITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by James Martine ?o, 25c.
?PECl KUM ANALYSIS, Six Lectures, by H E.
Bo?coe, with appendices, co,ored Plates and Wu?
rrated. 8vo. $9.
MIND AN" DRAIN; or. The Comisti?n of Con
Ktouanes* and Orgiuizatfon. Systematically Inves?
tigated and Applieu to Phi osophy. Menial -oieLce
ind Practice, with a Pieliminarv Diasertailon on
Metboil and Uustraiive ct the Text, br ihos Lay?
cock. M. D.. 2 voir. . 12U10., 4*5; xvi. 494, $7.
LIFE OF PEZ VERO, with -oma tccouiit ol his As?
sociate* in tue Conquerer" Peru, by Arthur Helps,
1 v J.. %i 75
1HE OLD TESTAMENT BISTOEY, from the
Creation to the Belum from fi? Captivity, edited
by W. sml h. L.L. D.. 1 vol.. 12mo., $2
WOM ?N'? *UFFB^G , ?he idorm Against Na?
ture, bv Bonce Bu-hnell, 1 vol, 12mo., $i 50.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMAN, by Joun Stuart,
M M., 1 vol, 12mc, $1.
PBE-HlSIORiC NA HON*: or Inquirie? Concern?
ing some ot th-* Groat FeoDles and Civilizations ol
Autlquitv, ami their Probable Relation to a still Old?
er Civilization ot tuc Ethiopians or Cushites of Ara?
bia, bv John D. Baldwn, 12mo . $1 75.
EIGb i' YEAH ' WANDERIN?? IS CEYLON, by
sir samuel White Raker. Illustrated, lSmo., cloth,
THE SCIENCE OF RIGHTS, by F. O. Fichte,
translated by A. E. Kroeg r, I2mo., - loth, $2.
? H'HE THOUSAND MILE-. THROUGH THE
BOt KY MOUNTAINS by A. K. McClure. Illustrat?
ed 12 mo. cloth $2.
BH.\ I BICE. A Poem, by Hon. Roden NoeL, ?quare
IGmo.. clotli, gilt top. ii -
1HES X s. H RE AND H ERE A F rER, by Wil*
Dbm H. Hutcombe, H D , limo., paper 'loth, $1 50.
LIV e.? ?JF Ml. LOIT* AND CALVIN, by M.
Quiz t 'L?strate t. 12mo., cloth $2.
IB> QU KER PVR 11-ANS. A Bevelutlonary
Btorv, with Illustrations, 12mo , c'oth, $1 50.
FICTION.- Ai-erback's Villa on the Rhine; Erck
n mm- 'hatrain'e Waterloo; U'g i neon's Ms none;
Hoffmann's 'Ice Murray: Hugo's L'Homme qi
Bit; LctUce Lisle; Phelp.-,' Men, Women and Ghosts;
i he Quaker Partisans; Bob;n?on'a For Her Saxe;
sou tn worth'a Changed Brides; Spielhagen's Problem?
atical Characters; Woods' Gates Wide Open; Kings
ley's Stratton; My Daughter Elinor; TheLacristan's
Household; -cbmid's Habernt-itter; aouthworth's
The Brice's Fste; Trollope's He Knew He Was
Right; Zechokke'a Dead Gaea1 ; Freytag'? Lost Man?
uscript; Jean lhglelow'a Mopia the Fairy.
January 1 iyt
D tsirc : lt Twa Story Woodtn Borne, No. 9
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Will be fold THIS DAY. August nth. et ll o'clock,
st tbs Old Postofflce,
Tlwt desirable TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE,
knows as No. 9 Nanan-etreet. four doon from hut
ledge, wlihdonWe piasza. The dwelling cordatas
four ?quare rooms, with kitchen, and st ?bung roca
for three torses. Lot measures 35 feet front by 10?
feet deep, more or less;
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
Terms cash. _3_August 34
DairabU Investi uni of Real Estate.
W. Y, LEITCH * H. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction, at the Old Postofflce, at
ll o'clock, THIS DAT, 34th inst..
That desirable Two-and a-half '.tory WOODEN
DWETLINO AND GhOUEbY STAND, avtrjaseAjat
the southeast corne' of Cannon and St. Phl'p > tree!*,
with one Kitchen and necessary outbuildings. Let
measures 38 feet front bs 82 feet more or lesa.
That desirable TENEMENT WOODEN BTTTLBtH*
adjoining the abort* at the south, containing -
square rooms and attics, with Ki'cben and necessary
ontbnildlngs. Tot measures 4.0 feet front by 82 feet,
more or less. .
1 erma- One-half cash ; balance one ?> ear ; property
tobe Insured, policy assigned. Purchaser topar
us for papers and stan ps.
buffer, Barm, Shoulder?, Bidet, Lard, Pork,
BY LAURKY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 24' h inst, will be sold in our Store, Ho.
18T East Ray. at 10 o'clock,
13 small kegs BU LI t H per Minnatonka
12 barrels Hams
7 boxes shoulders
6 boxes idea
10 barrels Neck .fa?on
10 barrels Pork. ^
Conditions cash. Auruat 34
At Private Sale.
BY ALONZ1 J. WHITE & SON,
Brokers, Auction*?ra ?nd Heal Karnte
Will be sold, that handsome THREE bTOBY
BRI'K. BESIDvNCE. corner Yacderborst and Smith
streets, with fine urick outbuildings, and all seco?
sary conTenlences that are lound in a well appointed
house and premises. Lot messmes 185 feet on
Vandethorst-street, and 160 fret on Smltn-Btnet
Tor particulars, apply as above. - 9
No. 58 B ASI BAY, south of Old P os toff oe,
IJ1UK BENNETT'S? IL LE J??KNAL,
PUBUSHEC WEEKLY QI BENNE TT SVILLE, 8, a
WM. LITTLE, Editar dud Proprietor.
THE J'TTRNAL, A8 AN ADVERTING MB
DxUM, offers featiaer tomerchant*, mathias**, kc,
that are unsurpassed by any weekly p?per la tao
Hs vins a Urge and continually increasing drcuis
tlou in the Peedee country, tautness men who wis*
to extend thei buslnei-s lu this section cf the H tate,
will find lt to their merest to advertise in the Jour?
Bates of advertising very liberal.
Address WW. LITTLE,
rpBafi BARNWELL JOCRSAL,
?? ?BE BTTRTNEsS SEAF?V APPROACHES,
the nnderslfmed wculd respectfully call tbe attention
of the Merchants ot Charleston to the BA HNWKLL
JOURNAL, published at Blackville, 8. a, a paper of
rapidly Increasing circulation, to be forma in not
only every portion of the targe and wealthy County
of Barnwell, bu. in many other conni les of tho
State, and has a scattering circulation rom Connec?
ticut to California, i he Jon > na: ls always on tue at
the Office of Messrs. WA I KEB, EVANS A COGS?
WELL, tbe agents m Charles on, and business paeav.
would do Wu io cai i in and take a look at the paper
beti .re making np their fall ad vert? *>menL, for the
weeslfeeof the Mtate
lenna moderate, which cao be learned upon ap
pliration to WALKER, EVANS A OOGrWaLL, or by
addre-sing the subscriber at either Blackville, or
barnwell. JOHN t>. ad OCR.
August 38_. , imo
tJIHE BAHS WELL SESiTISEL.
MERCHANTS, FACTORS AND BU8ICE*8 ?dBi
will find it to their interest to advertise m the 8EBT
l IN EL. Ii has been published In that Ia pe and pop?
okras Con ty for seventeen years, sod bas a eire ora?
tion un-urpsssed by any country paper lu the State,
Terms liberal, address E. A. BRONSON, Pro?
prietor. Blackville, S. C.
August 33_ lase
jgSTABLISHE D , 18 4 8,
THE MAB ION OEESCBUT,
MARION, 8. 0.
PUBLISHED WXEXLT BY
S. E MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
TBE CRESCENT, BEING TBE PURCHASER
and successor ot i he old district paper, is tbs oldest
journal ia tho one ena part ot the btate.
The Crescent is tue official a iriser of Marlon
The Creaoentbas a large and growing circuit non
among tbe be-t people of the Peedee Country.
The Crescent ia the beat advertising medium in
Always address CRESCENT,
August 10 Imo Marion, s. a
O BITSINHas BBN.
Th? SOUTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AI SUMTER, S. O.,
I? O.SE OF THE BEST PAPT '.8 IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; bas a larae clrcuiatioi., and afford* sw
perlor advantages as an edt srttstag medium, lemas
low. Addres DARR A OSTEKN,
February 32 _Preen**.***
Til B STAB
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISES,
As an advertising medium, offers faa does to Mer
chaui?. Dru Kisto, Machinists, Ac, of extending
their business, unsurpaased by any Southern
Its circulation ls test Deco cn in*? general Beal
Estate agents, and parties in treated in the purchase
or sale of real eatate will find lt to their advantage
to consult Its columns and advertise therein aa wa
are eifec'ing, arrangements by which our paper wiR
circulate largeiy among Northern ca itu I is as.
Information tending to the development ot our
mineral, manufacturing and sgrlcnltnral resources
descriptive ol cltmaie. soil. A : -colleited and thank?
fully received from any section.
Terms cash, 88 a year; a copy gratis lo any ono
sending six subscribers; a club., f ten, 12 60 each.
Bates ol advertising lioeraL Address
w. J. MCKEE RALL,
July 16 Marion.. 8 a
g.?l)Tll CAUULIBIA KAlLKUAJl.
GENERAL 8UPBR?NTENL*,i?T'r O J TT OE, I
OnAnurnssayg o" April 9, IMS. <
ON AND AFTER SUT'DAY, APRIL lira, THE
PAhhi.LT GER TBA INS of the "curb Carolus Rail?
road will run as folio-*? :
Leave Charleston.8.10 a. H.
Arrive at sugusta. 4.4? P. M.
rtMnectlnu with trains for Montgomery, al era phi a,
varaville and vi Orleans, via Montgomery and
t.eav* Obarit-ton.,.8.?0 A. M,
A rr v.- a- < olv.miita.6.10 P. M.
( ounecttng with WUnVnston and Manchester Baff?
coad, ?i c t aniden traie
rwl; <b ABLESTON.
Letvr AUtmsui.9.Oo A, M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M.
Leave Comm na.7 45 A. af.
Arrive ai Charleston.",.5.X0 P. M.
alGGSTA NIGHT EYPREBB
i er ND AT? MXCkPTKD.i
LeaV6 Charleston.7,50 at aa
Arrive at Augusta.g,in *J as.
Connecting with trams tor. Memphis, Nashville*
and Hew Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
Arrive at Charleston.1.00 A M.
. COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPBES8,
Leave Charleston .8,05 P. M.
Arrive at columbia.4.45 a. kL
Connecting. >unaays excepted! with Greenville ant
Leave Columbia.6.5V P. AL
Arrive at Charleston.6.3C A. Al?
S MMERVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.&*5 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.6.t 0 2. sf.
Leave Summerville......7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. si
Camden and lolumbl* Pavsenger Trails on Moir
OATS, WE sssDATsand SATUSDATS, connects wits
up and do vu Day Passengers at Ringville,
Leave Camden.6.98 A. kt?
Arrive at foluub'a.TL tn, A at.
Leave Colambia.a.*'p. af.
Arrive at Camden.7.03 P. st.
Signed) B. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Supettauoidentt.