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OFFIvE fte. 149 EAST BAT.
IK?a-DULI NXWB, one yeer.ti 00
Pill? ?WI, tlx montki.3 06
fl '>.'., . ii ti- . GVlIC
Dajnx Nrws^ihfeemonth.?..3 Ol
.. 9m****mniM $tmmm* year. 3 W
? XJU-WXSXLT Siwa, six months.IO?
paiwjrrr Invariably rn advance. No paper sent
?rn lesa Ute caah aooompanlea the order, or for a long?
er Ume than paid tor.
Tim DaiLt Nawa will bssertei to eebseribera In ?
tat? oKy at IS oenta a week. .
1 ihraaxiiHirarrs.-rint tnsarti o n, il oenta a Hus ;
subsequent rnaertiona, 10 oenta a Una. Bnaineea
Hotioes. 30 eente a Une. Marriage and rune ral No -
WM a. Ona Dollar each. _
. iTJBwa a a at at AK r.
-Yesterday ?old at New York waa active and
. s be ady. dosi og at S3, tbs highest price of tbe
day." . J
'-Tho New ?o-kcotton market wss without
decided chsnge; sales 500 bales at 86c.
_At Liverpool cotton closed doll; uplands
iSfaiajd, Orleans 13J iHl; eales 8000 bates.
Whereof SOW were for speculation ana export.
_Tbe Merri meek print works at Lowell,
If asa., are to be closed from a lack of orders."
' - It is. estimated that there are 17C.000
-Chinamen ia tb? ?aited States, and more
witti?0^" '* \-.':'': .. .
-John C Breckinridge, it is said, will be of?
fered a chair in the law school of Ren tacky
-The Duh* Of NewoxsUe'B family motto ?8,
,rLoyalt y,knows no shame." Tomahawk thinks
-The Ciar has banished the stern father
ftom ftataaifal novela by declaring that no girl
.ball bo roads to marry anybody she does not
Mee. ' ? J
-Three companiee of State militia, number?
ing in ail about 95 men. bas? been sent to
Lebanon, Ky., to be distributed in .tho lower
Counties, where the reg ola to ra have been de?
-Serious apprehensions are felt by the Badi
?als of the results of the elections tb is fall in
Quio sad Pennsylvania. As yet. bot $150 bas
been raised in Washington to boyup voters in
tbe latter State* . .. . w -
-Tho two negroes who outraged a young
Isdyliring-ueai: ftout Boyaba, few days ago,
were taken frjrn the jail of th at town by a par?
ty of disguised, own, about two o'clock Thurs?
day morning, and hung. -
-Hr. Anlrobofl.-ahandiomeyoung English?
man of great wi-a) to, iormerly oonoeoted with
ike Sn g nab Legation at Wash i nc ton, is said
io bare left the diplomatic service, and to bave
taken holy ordere af Borne.
- A sheriff's officer, in executing a writ
against the goode of an absconding debtor in
A m h vrille, Canada, ?91 zed the artificial teeth
of th? debtor's wile while they were tempora?
rily removed from her mouth.
-But nala doubt ia now said to be enter?
tained of Andrew Johnson's election to the
United Statee Senate. Bailie Peyton, whose
name h aa been used in connection with tho
?ialtisTShip.il understood to advocate John
-Oommodore Vanderbilt was married Sat?
urday morning, at London. Canada, to Misa
Frank Crawford, daughter or Hebert L. Craw
ford, of Mobile. Augustus Sohell, of New
York, sod Superintendent lil lin ghost, of the
Hesr York Central fiaiirosd ware the only per
nona preaenu ^
! -Terrible floods have occurred on the Bi var
Tanfxee, China. There were three feet of w atT
OH ^tha? bank at Hactow. Th e entire c jun t ry
for miles back of the river waa covered with
waler, reuniting io great destruction to tho
?crops and loss of life. Kin-Kian g and Chin
Kian were flooded.
x i^-Tbe Oodnieea Kiaseleff, a well-known visi?
tor gt the Kanjaai of Homburg, had made a
resolution not to play, al thong b ?be frequent?
ed the gaming tables. A player having told
her shat seto had - won twice running, she
placed ten louis on tho lnoky zero which won
? third time. The Countess pocketed ?350 and
exolaimed, -'Yet they wisl me to renounce
-i-A curiously composed group has just bsen
photographed at White Sulphur flpnugs. It
ooosasm of General B. E. Lee, Mr. Peabody,
Granarais : Wise? Beauregard; 6uy, Conner
Lilly, Lawton and Magruder, and Messrs.
Brent, WHiW. Corcoran, James Lyons and
BUtcqoe .Boy. Mr. Peabody is the central
flxnro, and inmediately ou his right is seated
-The great sbiD canal, which is to connect
Aa^BteedUm witrTrhe Noith Sea, at a cost of
mi OOT.Ofo guilders, is now once more rn pro?
gress, the Government of the Netherlands
having relieved tho contractors o'pertain
c^oaWfls which tor a tims hindered 'tbe
"work. Tba cana! will be about flt teen miles in
lens th. The opening ot the new oort as a har -
ber of refuge will bo a'booa to all the mariners
who navigate the North Sea. .
. - Exe unions to the Holy Land are rn vogue
amono, the Parisians, Within a couple or years
"caravans" have been carried there, fed and
lodgsjdrtneTe, and brought bask for Jinxed sum
pernead* A nsw apararan," was announce d to
XsaSePaxie ttrte moina. These expeditions are
in the hands of a set of Framstersn monks,
who ha ve a stonastsry in Paris,' and who o 1 a i m
to h?ve the ?uardUnihip of Borne dr the holy
places in and a^out Joni ale m.
. -T^ie .oldest theatrics 1 manager in America
(in point of exp?rience) ia Ben De x.ar, of, .at.
Lotus, who is probably the wealthiest also.
John 1. Ford, ot Baltimore, ia thc ?o-on L His
theatre (the Holiday-street) is tbe oldest now
suasting..hating been built in 181k. J. H.
Mc Vicker (Elwin Boc tn'a father-in-law,) J.
L. Wal lac?. Ben. De Uar, John T. Ford, and
?loses Kim all, of the Boston Museum, rt re the
salthi at managers in America,
rr The Pull ILall Gazette adds up tbawinnings
Of Blue Gown, whose proposed sale at ?6000
we lately noticed. As a two-year old ho won
four races, with ?1465 stakes in the aggregate,
At three years otago be won nine racea, inclu?
ding the Derby for 1868. and broogut tonis
owner tn sukes ?10 WO. Thus far lins tear he
bis woo Ave noes and ?1067. making the pret?
ty aggregate of ?12,562. to which add the sum
of ?8006 for which he is to be sold, and his
owner will hav?-realized ?18 562. or verv near?
ly UPO 000fro ja this one horse.
* ?-Mr. Peabody's gift to General Lee s col?
lege is referred to in wann terms of gratitude
by ?the Virginia papers. The Lynchburg Vir?
ginian sais it is not so much the money which
he has given, aa the animus that has b9eu in?
dicated by the gift, that has endeared bim to
the Southern people; and it thinks that if the
Northern people would give of their abundance
snob, substantial ovidenco of their kindness
toward the people of the Sou h as Mr.
Peaboclx,bas given, much of that resentment,
of which tV?y are ever., ready to complain,
would disapp 'ar.
. -At the f_:al disaster at Engbien, France,
where dre pr liz people lost their lives, when
the poor viotima were in their last agony, a
man in ? violent et ato of agitation and excite?
ment knocked at the door and demanded in?
stant admittance. The medical men were then
.Tying to re-infoae lite into the longa of one of
the sufferers by means of a very simple do*
m estie ?flplement. "He must be let in," said
Dr. X-; "he is evidently a relation of one ot
these poor th.aga." So the door waa opened,
and with, eager haste md.excited tones tbe
new-comer entered and exolaimed, "Now,
mind yon do not forget that the bellows belong
to the gwai-grooer.*- "
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1869.
The Proposed Third Party.
We hav/e already notioed the fact that the
Orangeburg News, the only respectable
Radioal paper in the State, is so far dis?
gusted wita the corruption and iniquity",
of the Radioal party that it is Waiting to
support any organization which pledgea
itself to universal suffrage' and universal
amnesty. By this our Orafegeburg cont em
porary did not tnean that it was inclined to
allow the light of ita countenance to fall
upon the averted faoes of the Democrats of
the State. On the contrary, it said that
whit it meaatJyr universal suffrage was
that everybody Bhould be permitted "to
?vote and hold office." This was Radioal
enough for a penitent Republioan; but the
Orangeburg News has slightly changed its
direotion, and in its last issue prints a
stirring appeal on the subject of the pro?
posed "Third Party." The article to whioh
we refer will be found in another column.
It is a cry to the Dd? oe rata of South Caro
lina to reerganiae aa a Conserv?t ive Repub?
lioan party, to that the virtue of Carotina may
be introduced into the Republican ranke and
"f EIGHT AWAY WITH THU DIQHITT Of PDRITT
"ITS ?LSMIM TS Of WBAKNB83 AID flOl "
Our Orangebnrg contemporary is as em
phatle as ooutd be desired in oondemning
"the corrupt (Radioal) .representatives, who
"fill, to a great degree, the offices of our
"government." And yet ii urges the peo
pie of the State to form beneath the Repub
lioan banner, and "so further their own
"material interests." In other words, the
Democracy of'the State are to aot as a deo
doria** oz disinfectant to keep Radicalism
and ita corrupiion from stinking longer ia the
nostrils of honest men. They are to fur
ther their material interests by joining a
party which has done its best to ruin our
people, and whioh, unless we shore it up,
will soot tumble to the ground.
It will, we presume, hardly be denied,
even by the thorough-paced Radicals, that
ninety-nine one-huudredrhs of the South
Carolina white men are Democrats or anti
Radioals. This is the important element to
be ooosidaredin all "Tuird Party" oalou
lations. Upon the negroes a Conservative
movement would produce little effect.
Throughout the State the machinery of the
Union League would be employed to drive
the colored people to the polls and to pre
Tent them from tampering with the oom
promise pur y. The. out-end out Radioale
would bid far higher Stan the boasted Re
publloans oould do, and when election day
came it would be found that thomasa of the
colored men voted with tho whites who had
stooped most nearly to the negro level. A
large number of colored men would vote
the Conservative ticket; but they would do
so out of the abundanoe of their confidence
in the white De moor ats who were conn roted
with it, and not because it WEA a compro?
mise or coalition These Very oolored men
would voto a straightforw^sm Democratic
ticket as readily as they, would v ite the new
nondescript offered to them It seem*,
then, tout, that ia aiming at the found?
ti on of a third party the caief object of the
Orangeburg News and those who think with
it, ia to effete a?' union of the white Demo
crate and respectable Republicans.
As we have said, tbere is but a handful
of respectable white Republicans in Bout h
Carolina. In- what way are they so strong,
that they can reasonably ask 50 OOO white
Demoorats to abandon their political aile
gianoe, and become membera of the party
against whioh they have been fighting for
eight long years ? We confess that we dn
not see a single stout plank in the platform
of Conservative Republicanism The rea
Simon pure Radioals are strong. They
have Sumners, organltation, money, pa?
tronage, and impudence unbounded. But
the respectable Republicans have no
strength-in their party or out of it. The
Orangeburg News, whioh we treat now as
he repr?sentative bf the small f quad of
deoent Republicans, admits that the Radi?
oal party is disorganising in oonsequenoe
of the kaavory and ign?ranos of its mem?
bers. It admits that the Radioal party can?
not be reformed without the healing pres
en ce of tbe white Demoorats. And it be
lie vea, we axe inclined to think, that no
matter how strong the infusion of white
respectability, there will still be a large
party, whioh, refusing to be made regene?
rate, will struggle, tooth and nail, against
anything which ia not concentrated Radi
oalism The tru h is that the respectable Re
publicans in the State fiad that taey will be
diegraced if they remain in connection with
our Scotts and Mackeys and Bowens; but
ibey know that they can do nothing unless
iftey oan c.-zen the D -muoracy into making
common CAUSO with thom Tots ia shrewdly
oouoeived; but wo say that Mane met must
some to the mountain, tor the mountain
?ill not go io M itmraet. We appreciate the
glories of Republicanism; but ii is an ab
tardily for one maa tu nek ninety nine of
us political opponents to become converts
0 his creed, bec?U4o if they do not tniB
loliiary warrior will oe ruined and undone
Cae one nun should j ia the ninety-nine;
he respectable Republioans must either
oin tne - Democratic party br continue to
;rovel in tue Blums and stews of Radicalism
Toe Orange burg News says that the Dem
cratic party nas an unfortunate though a <
ivorne name; and that the people of the 1
tate snould "waive the petty preju lice to
a (Republican) name and accept the foote s
aoaieved by the Republican party." his
1 the old story; the many must give way
) the few. And does the Orangebnrg
'ewe pause to think what this name, thia
epubhoaniam, means in the ears of every
arolinian ? Toe name ot Radioal and Re
ablican are abhorred by otfr people. "
unauijuux vu "-LI JJ ?
These names are identified with every insult
put upon our people bj the mailed hand of j
authority; with avery wrong we have been
forced to endure; with our every disap?
pointed hope; with every blackened home
and devastated field; with every Borrowing
daughter and every martyred son. And
we are asked to turn Republican* and
make Bepublioanism respectable! THIS
CANNOT Bl. Let the Republicans who
know and see the infamy oj their par?
ty abandon it, and join with the De
mooraoy in the struggle for constitu?
tional liberty. We oan give them a hearty
weloome. And while the Radicals strive to
keep in power their pet thieves and profli?
gates and the "tag-reg and bob-tail," who
are useful when a vote is "wanted and no
"questions asked;"' while the Radicals labor
to uphold a system of publio corruption and
extravagant waste; the Democracy of thc
8tate will battle for aa honest and econom?
ical State Government; for equal taxation;
for the proteotion of all classes from fraud
or injustice; for the purification of our
courts, and for the cleansing of our legisla?
tive assembly. On the one side there will
be Scott and Bowen and the Mackeys, and
Parker and Jillson and the negroes Elliott,
Whipper, Wright and the rest On the
other side will stand every respectable
white man iu South Carolina.
The "respectable Republicans" must make
their own choice. They must ohooee for
themselves between honesty and fraud,
purity and corruption. THIBD PARTY ? We
will have none of it, when it is plain as
daylight that the Third Party must be
formed by the Demoorats, who alone must
bear the brunt of the bitter contest. We
are asked to give up our every politiosl as?
sociation; to alienate our best friends; to
array ourselves in opposition to the Demo?
cratic doctrine of free trade, equal taxa?
tion and an uniform currency, only that we
may, perhaps, aeoure the support of fifty
or a hundred white Republicans who, if j
they are as honest aa we believe them to
be, must soon come over and join our po?
litical party. The whole plan is preposter?
ous. As matters now stand, a Third Party
in South Carolina could nat and should not
prosper. . .
MKS. EDWARD B. WHIT K'S FNG.
UMBAND F BES </'fl BOARDING BCHuOL
F t?. Y UNO LADIES, removed to No. 89 Weet ?3d
street, opposite Reservoir P?rk. New York '"nv.
Beterennes: Bishop Potter, New York; Bishop
Davis, ooutu Carolina; Ber. W. r. Braotly. Atlanta,
Ga ; Pro I eas fir fleury, Smithsonian Institute; Gene?
ral Wade tiamp.ou >outh Carolina; W.W. Corcoran,
Washing n, D C.; President Middleton Charleston
Ooli?ge; Professor I harlee Davies, New York; W. Oil
mow timms, Bouts carolina; Proleaaor Bartlett,
West Point Military Academy,
FURRIA* VS IV e, ti SIT V, O ri H IS *
VILLE, 8. C.- Ihe next se sion ot th s IN-Ti
I VT i ION will open tba 16<h -t-ptember, and continue
forti we. ks wi hont intermission.
Three year?' -cbolirahioe may b? obtained condi?
tioned on the payment of thirty Hollara annually
tor three veara, aud entitling the holder of a Schol?
arship to the tuition of o ie pu iii tn ah the regular
-cn mis, rn the payment of the incidental fee of five
d ''lars, i* xcept to bolders of bcholarships. the
chame for (aldon for the veer will be sixty dollars,
and five dollars for incido ital expenaee. For in?
struction in Practical chemistry, or in Modern t aa
guanas, there will be an extra charge, to be regula?
ted by the size of th* class
Tba regalar Schoo a embrace Mathematica and
Mechanical Philosophy, P ofeasor JUDON; Latin
Language aud Literature Proteeeor r AB SR; Greek
Language Professor -MI t H ; Chemistry and Natu
ral Ptnlosophy, Profensor H A RBlt?; ogtc. Rh-torie,
an i1ntellectual and Moral Philosophy, Protessor
FD BM AN.
Dr. ?ABnttwtn i-tract tn Oennao, French and
Good Hoarding, exclusive of lights and washing,
can be obtained at about $15 per month.
Catalogues < r scholarships can be obtained by ad
dressing the subscriber.
J MES C. FORMAN,
UN IVE H? ITT OK SOUTH CARO LIA A.
The next Session will begin on the rnur MON?
D?T nt OcTOBza, aud continus without intermis?
sion, to toe ensuing Ju y.
Auvanfetges are off Ted at thia Institution to Stu?
dents tn Law i the graduates being enUtled to prac?
tice m ti'eCourta ol thir ?tate;) lu Me deine (the
coarse offrit ucbon being extensive and thorough,
wi-h two wtltten eTumlnatlona during the ? easton ;i
in Engineering, MsttiemaUcii, Men'ai. Moral a d
Political Philosophy. H? story. Rhetoric, English
Literature, Ancient and Modern Languages, and in
the various Mci an tlfic Schoo a.
Expenses for -eestou of nine months: Annual
fee, $5; Library fee, S10; Booou Bent fee. SIS: i union i
fee.-; tor each of three ?chooia $15; tuition rn |
Law or Medicine. $60 Board eau be had at $16 to
$30 per month. By messing lt will oe less.
For funner Information, sead for Catalogue? to
the secretary of the Faculty, Bev 0. BRUCE
WALKER. B. W. b ?RNWKI.I..
Chairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, ti. C., August 2,1MS9.
August 6 fmw34
Colina (Bins, ?tf.
Ql'LLKTl'S sraaL BKUSII
THB SUBSCRIBER H NOW PREP k BHD TO
fill ordera lor these Justly celebrated QI.HS. CertSfl
eatf H from reliable planters in this ?tate, who have
bought and need them the past aeaao-. as well ?a
from the Fa-tors and Brokers, tully con (Inn all that
la daune i for them; and the fact is now well eetab
l'sbtd that the i J crease In the prc? of Cotton ginned
on thia Gin will, on every forty bales, fully pay for
the coat of the Gin.
HALL'S PATENT COWTON GIN FEEDEB.
A valuable Machine, savins boto Brae and labor in
tte ginning of a crop, ran be attached to any Om
Send for Circulars.
C. GRAVE LEY,
No. 53 EAST BAY, ROU1H OF OLD P08TOFFIOE.
Augusta m wt amos_Charleston, 8. 0.
J? K N E R m Y ? g
IMPROVED MCCARTHY our,
canning. -Fine Upland Cotton."
LATE CHAVOES M\DEIN THU QINADVPTS
it to toe Kumina! o' UPLAND Ot ION. ibo use ot
it,--y a fe r, on 'bi* cotton last season proved ?.bat it
enhanced the value ot th* Cotton, as lt does not ,n
jure the staple io the slightest degree.
Flautera will find it to the'r ??vau age, and a-e re
q tested to tx.mine into thia Gin, popularly those
wno have pla nea the finar tirade* ot Up and '*oiton
. be ?in has b-en in uso upon the ta Island ?'o ion
for over 8fteen years, aud its reputation for that cot
ton tully ojtaolkhed. \p dy to
WILLI if H. HEVRR? Y,
Machinist and Foundry.
An?uat ll wfmlmo No. 311 Meefna-atrcet
WAREHOUSE AND SEED SIOBE.
HiBlCVLtURsL IMPLEMENTS, OABDEI
ELLEBDfi'S TRANSPLANTER FOB SALE.
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March ? NC" 140 Me<KmB.bU'efc,. Charleston.
J T. fl U M P ta tf M V M ,
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enera! JAMES G?NNE?, T. B. WABING, Baa.
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To one of exp?rience a good steady P'aee with fair
waxes, ls offered (wbl'e or colored)-no ohlldren or
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low rates at MARSHALLS WHARF.
August 20 Imo
CWR* SA'-K, 1100 ACKICS OF Wi-LL
JJ TIMBERED l^ND in lower p rt of barnwell
Count , six miles from south . disto River. Term-<
made very low For particulars, address Dr. 0. B.
LI UT i o, Grabam'a Turnout, 0.8. B. B.
FOI? SALK, THE DESIRABLE it E.si
DhNuE. near Hampstead Mall-the House
and Lot No. 84 America-street, one door south ol
Blake, on east side of said s>reet The Lot measure?
in fronton America-street 66 feet 6 hashes, in depth
160 feet more orl?is, with the r-arportion ol tho
lot on the south, sev - feet - inches. On th?
pre - lses ii a substantially nullt two-and-a-half ?orv
wooden iwellrng o . a brick foundation containing
five ?quire rooma, with ga? fixtures <u ot der, a
dressixw room, pantry and finished atttcs, and don.
ble p-azza, all -overei with heavy tin lately repaint
e , and a private stairway; also, a two story Kitchen
with iou?- Tooms, a . loachbouse. Stable and Hay loft,
Ac; also an extensive elater o, built with a ul te-lng
wail, anl a good wei. of choice spring water, each
furnlxheJ with a modern nop. An open fence la
trout, wit uer r_'rem hedge, also fl J wer carden in
front extensive vine - ot choice grapes now in tull
bearing, Trgotable garden and trait trees, rompris
ing F weet orange, nectaiine. peach, plum, fig, Ac.
The neigh ornood la notoiicus aa a healthy location
Possession can be given Immediately.
For terms, Ac. a ply to EDWARD 0. TH ARIN,
No. 8 GHlon-street, near Old Posioflice or on the
fmi-es. August 19
toR S?UM, KOUR MCCARTHY KUL?
LEE GINS, second hand, but little used
1 Premium Farm Grist MM, "Proseus" Patent
1 Hand-power -feel Grist Mill
i8 Ploughs, of varied and most approved pattern*,
all but little usrd. an 1 at low prices
1 Cotton B eaker
1 Fonr-horse Po*er steam Engine, second band, in
poo i condition.
Apply to ? AM ERO*. BAR KI. F Y ACO.,
Nor beast corner Meeting and Cumberland street*
august 9 Imo
Al'i'l li}K KERB. BKOKKIt?, . (Si D
other* wia?iug "< or Sale" Ilacards, Business
Cards, or other Joh fripHc executed with neat
a?** and dispatch, wil. consult tLwf interest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NilWd JOB OFFICE, No,
149 Eas! Bay._
EMIR BALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
J any quantity. iTico 76 cents per hundred,
the cheapest wrappm* paper that eau be rued. Ap
olv a' the oaVe o? i H E N - Ws. March 1
108t ?HD J?UU.
STRAYED, A BULL TERK1EU Pl P,
about two months:oM. whit", biak over both
e.? es, with the ears lately cut Five dollars reward
?ill be paid lt dellvere at No. 93 MABKET
81 BREI. 4* August 24
Si'? AV Ki?. ON MOND < Y, a3d l.\sr.,
a BL ?CK SE IT KB, nine months old, with u
whit? patch on ita breast a liberal reward will be
paid for lt* return to No. 10 COMING-SIBELT.
Arcust 24 8
PHILIP SCHI CK ?A ?-M, DEALER IN
WOB>l>D AND TRIMMING", has removed
tohiatormor store, No 271 KI>0-il'BrEi, oppo
slte Ha*el-*trcet. August 24
yoitig. _ "
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. PH DATED IN A
pleasant loeatioD, and in the busineus portion of thu
cit , renders it the most .?esirable ilote? for either
pt-nc jufii t or transient pues 3. . he accommodation?
are uusnrpas.'ed. havf-m extensive suites ?>l elegantly
tu iii-ned up .rtmcnts lo. t miiiesa d single eentle
m?n Xhf proprirter will endeavor io maintain tin
bhih reputitiOQ e joyed bvtbe " 'barleaiou" as a
fi int class hou*~, ami no effort ?lil be SJ.ired to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it
The best of Live, y accommodations wffl be found
adjoining the establishment.
lbs house 1-supplied with the celebrated Arte
Man Wa.er ot winch delightful ba hs eau be bid
Mtlier day or ni?ht E. H. J CK-ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
?IT. CLOUD HOTEL.
XHia NEW AND COMMOl 10U8 BOURE. T.0CA?
ED corner ot Broadwar and Forty-secotd-sTeet.
jo?sesse* a-lvuntage? over all other house? tor the a<
ronimodatiou o. its cuesta, lt was built express!)
or a flrrt-cN?9 family boarding house-t-.e room?
lelnar large? and en suire, heated t>y ?teiiu-wich nm
mu cold w ter. and furnished scodwd to no?e; while
he culinary department is in the most experiences
ianda, an -rains; questa au unequaled table.
one of Atwood's Pat -nt r-levaiora is ?iso omong
be "modern improvements" un J at the service o'
neats at ali hours.
ihe Hroidwiv and Cniversity Pla?;- i.'ar* t-asii rup
oor everv lour uiluutes. runnin- froiu the >!|tj
fall to ('entrai Park, while the >txth au>i ev*n:t
i venue :inesare but a eifrt block "n eituer sid?
Hording ample facilities for communtcatiug ffith ait
lie depots, steamboat landinga, ulaces of ure nw-,
lent and busiuessof thc great metr?poli.*.
MORE dt HOLLEY, Proprietors.
March 12 Cmia
BURNS CHAR1TABLK ASSOCIATION.
rpBJC BESULAB MONTHLY MEETING OF THU
X ?bore Association will be held at Kroeg'a Hall,
Wsntworth-etreet, THU Evirate, at Sight o'olock.
Wal. BOT, Secretary and Treaamrer.
COP A HTS ifUSHIP NOTICE. - T JULE
undersigned have thia day formed a copart?
nership under the name of T. M. HOB-EY A
BROTH LB, for the purpose of conducting the
Wholesale HAT, CaP AND STRAW GOODS BUSI?
NESS at No. 26 ".ayne-street, Charleston, H. O.
THOM AS M. HORSEY,
. Late of the firm of Horsey, Anten A Co.
FBfcD'K HORS LY,
Successor of Horsey, Anten lc Co.
July 1st, 1869. 3 August 35
Jissolntion of Copcrtafwjnp.
'r\issor.nms UF COPARTNERSHIP.
I / f he undersigned proprietors of the ' Oily
square aloon" bare thia day dissolved Copartner?
ship by mutual consett. Either pirtoer may re?
ceipt for debt* due the firm, and ail claims must be
forthwith handed in Ho us for iettlement.
The bualnea? of th3 late brm wi.1 be continuad by
August 36 8 AUUU.VT F. STKLLING.
|_> A N It K K s ,
STOOK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEBS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of aoy description, cn get their order?
Oiled promptly and in tba neatest style, at cheap
ratee, by applying at THE HEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Bast Bay.
^j,??EATREDUCTION IN PRICES.
POPULAR BOOKS SENT FBEB OP POSTAGE
AT THE PRICES ANNEXED:
JOHN MAl.CHMONI's LEGACY, a Novel, by
Mira M. E. Braddon.30
MISTRESS AND MAID, a Novel, by Miss Mu
SAD TALE OP THE COURTSHIP OF CHEV A
LIER SLY FOX-Wicket.30
THE WONDERFUL AND AMU-ING DOINGS
OF OSCAR SHANGHAI.90
MIND YOUR 8 TOPS.30
WBlSf, LOO. 1 UCHRE A*DPOKKI.30
MADAME LE MARCHAND'? FOK1UNE TEL?
LER AND DREAMERS DICTIONARY...40
SPENCER'S CO ii I : SPEECHES AND HUMOR
MADAME LE NORMAND'? UNERRING FOR?
TUNE .' KLLER.46
LAWS OF LOVE.85
LACIE.-' LOVE ORACLE.86
LADIES'GUIDE TO HEAU Y.80
BOXING MADE - A-Y.30
FONiAINE'S GOLDEN WHEEL FOR i UN b
TELLER AND DRrAM LOOS.40
BOOK OF HOUSEHOLD PETS.65
TBE ABT OF BEAU I Y, by Lola Montea.8U
JET. PLAV GBOD.ND.65
AMERICAN CARD PL?YEB.55
HOW oAMB ESS WIN, OB HE SECRET*
OF ADVANTAOK PLA?ING.55
TH. BA-E BALL PLAYER.i?
LESLI fc'" PI roRIAL.15
LI l ER AUS ALBUM.T.15
POU1 E SEW- OB OAZEITE.15
HARPER 8 BAZ 1 AR.f.15
OUR LIFE IN THE HIGHLANDS, by Queen
B0DGEV OF FUN.20
Either ot ibe tollo win? ? 'ojja maili-d on receipt ot
four SJ stamps.
eid numbers of LESLIE'S, GODEY'S, PETER?
SON'S. LAND WE LOVE, or DEMOHEST'S.
Any one ol Beadles or Munro's DIME NOVELS.
Also, a Comic or -eniimental - ONO BOOK.
.Noveis by Charl? s Diestens:
OLIVER TWIST, 172 PAG?S, 30 CENTS; AMERI?
CAN Notes, 1"? piges 2uc; Dombey A son, 350 cages.
40c; Marlin ct'uzlewit, 342 pagsr, 40c; Our Mutual
Friend, 33c page?. 40c; hrietmas Stories, 162 pages.
30c; I ale Ol Two Cities, 144 pages 23c; Hard Times
and Additional Christmas stones 2ti0 page?. 30c;
Nicholas Mckle^y 31u pages. 40c; bleak Home, 34U
nanea, ?Or; Little Dpi rit. Sao page.', 1UC? Hfkwi-k
|? Papera. S26 pages, 40 ; Dav kl Copperfield 330 pages,
40c; Bsroany Budge 257 pages, 3fc; Old Curiosity
*bop. 331 pages, 33c; Great Exoectationx, 184 pages,
30c; -ketibe?, 196 pages. 80c
Tate following Novels, by Slr Walter
scott Mulled at 30 cents I .ich:
WAVERLY. IVANBOB. KENILWOBIH. GUY
Mannering, ntiqnary, Rob Boy. Old Mortality, The
Black Dwarf ano a Legend of Mo.itrose, Brde of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid Lothian, Tbe vonas
tery, rheAbdot. ibe Pirate, Fortonesof Nieel. Peve?
ril of 'he Pea?, Quen in Durward St. Ronan's Well
Red Gauntlet, J he Betrothed a d Highland Widow,
The Talismui, Woodstock, Fair Maid of Ptrtb, Anne
ni Geierslein, Count Robert of Paris, The surgeon's
i ID receipt of the price, either In cash or stamps,
copies of any books m this list will be sent by mail
postpaid. CH AS. C. KIQHTEB,
No. 151 Biog-street,
Jnlj 13 nae_Charleston, 8. C.
J^USSEL.L'S BOOK ?TOKE.
RECEN T PUBLICATIONS.
THE SUMTER AND THE ALABAMA, Service
?float during the War between thc States, by Ad?
miral Bemme*, 1 vol 8 T, cloth, 96.
RESOURCE-'OF J HE r-OL' EB ?-.UN FIELDS AND
F IRES 8, Meoiral Economical and Agricultural,
by F. Piyre Porcher, M. D.. 1 vol Sro., SS BO.
CHBISTIAN .-INGER- OF G RM A NY, by Cathe?
rine Winkwonb, transl* or and corni tier "Lyra
i.erma lea," Illustrated, limn., toruilng volume 6
ol ibe ' sunday Librar? " fine cloth, $2.
HISTORY i?F ECB PK-N MOB?L\ from Au?
gustus to Cbaileii-acne 2 vols., 8vo , 36.
FOKE-ltlT IN ACAD'E, ketc<e8 of Sport and
Natural Meory in th- Lower <*' Ot ,H? C-fua
dian Dominion, by Captain C Hardy, Illustrated,
IflENFWAF' INITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by lames Murtlne u, 55c.
SPECi i.UM ANALYSIS. six Leciures. by B E
Bosco?, with appendices, co ored Plates and Ultu
trated, 8vo, 99.
MIND AN i> BRAIN; or- Tba Cortelation ol Con
sciousnes' and Orgmizatiui. Systematically loree
Healed and Applleu to Phi iTMpby. Menial -oiecce
and Practice, with a Prellmtv'trv Dissertation on
Method and llustra'lvc ot the Text, br ihoa Lay?
cock. M. D.. 2 voN . 12ino., 4*5; xr>. 494. 37.
LIFE OF PIZARRO, with -oma iccojmtot bis As?
sociates In the Conquest of Peru, by Artn.ir Hclj-s,
1 VoL, 92 76
IBE OLD TESTAMENT BISTOBY. from iS?
Creation to the Return from the Caotivlty, edited
by W. Ami b, L.L. IL. 1 vol., 12mo., 92
WOMANS f>UFFR?.G , ?he Felorm Against Na?
ture bv H orare Bu-bneli, 1 vol, 12mo., 81 60.
THEHUBJEClIOiciF WOMAN, by John Stuart
M M., 1 vol, 12mn., SI.
PRE-Elis 1 ORR' NA HONS; or. Inquine- Concern?
ing some ot ih" Great Peonies and Civilizations ot
Antiquity, asd their Probable Relation to a still Old?
er Civilization ol the Ethiopians or cushites of Ara?
bia, bv John D. Baldw n, T2mn , $175.
EIObT YEAR ' WANDERIN'.!.-) IN CEYLON, by
Slr samuel White Falter. Illtibtreted, 13nio., cloth,
THE PCI5N'C? OF RIGHT?, by F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. E. Kroeg r, l2mo" -loth, S3.
. H i-E THOUSAND ttlTEs THROCOH THE
ROt KY MOUNTAINS by A. E. McClure, Illustrat?
ed 12aio. cloth 32.
Bu ii BICE. A Poe?, by Hon. Boden Noel, equare
16mo., rlotii, gi<t top. 81.
lUES.X >. H RE AND HERE.AF ' EB, by W-I
bum H. Hulaunbc, M D , 12mo" paper loth, tl 50.
IlVbS HF St. LOM* AND ? ALVIN, by M.
Guiz t 'iiusfrated. l2mo, cloth 92.
'Hf QU KER PIR.I-.ANS, A Revolutionary
S'orv, w.tu Illustrations, 12mo , c oth Si 50.
FI- HON.-Ai ernark's Villa on tue Rhine; Erok
n nun- -batrain'e 'Waterloo; H'g Inson's Ma DOUG;
noffiDjns'a - Lee murray; Hugo's L'Homme q i
Bit; Lcitice Urie; Phelp*' Men, Women an-i Gbr-Ms;
ibeQaaker Partisan-; Rob neon's For Ber Saan;
f'OUtft worth's Changed ll rides; ^ptelliascn'.? Problem?
atical characters; WQW'.S' Gat? s Wide oot-n; KJDIM
l>-y'? Stretton; My Daughter Elinor; The Lac istan's
Household; cbmiO'a H .berm i-tcr; -dutbwortb'a
Ibo Brine's Fate; irollope'?' He Knew He Waa
hight; Z?cliOkke'? Dead Hues ; F rey taft's Lost Msn
is"ript; Jean Inglelow's Mopsa the Fairy.
January i- lyr
jj Ll) WillSKiEB).
I HE U.iDEP.sIGNED BhG LEAVE TO AS.
<foUNCE that t'iev havebeen appoiutc i by Ucs rs.
Ii-NRY -. HAHvLs & CO.. Of Fuilidolphia, their
o;-? Agents Ev the stiteof suma -'ai-oilna tor ? lie
ile ot their celebrated ACME X XX XXX. XXXX,
itu i AR CAULNEl sud oner -Or?nds uLD uYc
lh>-y a.so wish to announce that they will be in
on>tmt receipt of their COPPER DI-I1L?.ED
lOCM'ATN J'UBE RYE WHI-KIES, direct lioai
.istillery at Hanulsvide, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracts will bo mi lo for large lots ol
ew Whiskies In boua at Distillery Warehouse.
No. Sti East Bay street,
June 16 wfmauw Charleston, S. C.
Hlmc^ fiqnors, (?tc.
I PH ASSOCIATION OF A M EH IC A.
South Carolina Department.
Organized June, 1868.
Amount of Policies Issued to July 1,1S69,
A*? eu.?,. 909,088
THIS IS STRICTLY A WESTERN AMD SOUTH?
ERN COMPANY, purely MUTUAL in its character,
dividing ita fon.ls EQUITABLY amongst Ita mem?
bers. The business ol this branch is under the
supervision of a Resident Board of Trastees, who in- j
rest net proceeds of all Premiums received o"ero.
W. GEO. GIBBS, Agent,
Mo. ?55 KHU-8T11EKT,
CORNER Of BE A U F AI N-S T B EE T.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
PURELY A SOrjIflh-BN INSTITUTION.
Anett July 1, 1869.....1510,008
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER OBKT.
TN-DBEfl LTV BS AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
A ND PAYd LO3SE0. Its principal business ls with
southern States, and to them it appeals for patron- j
age. lt has ample means to fully protect policy-hold?
ers and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, Piesid-nL
B. H. HILL, A. B. C0LQ?ITT, Vict-Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance committee.
W. 0. M ORRI -, Storetary.
BO ABD OF nXBXOTOBS.
A tia ita. Qa.-JOH? B. GOSDON, A. AUSTELL, E. w.
HOLL IND, J. IT. ALEXANDER, J. H. CALLAWAX, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. C. YANCEY, BBNJ. H. HILL, ROB?
ERT I HOSCAS.
Columbia, .8. C. -WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C H. PHXNLZT, EOWABD THOMAS.
Madiaon, Qa.-D. E. Burua.
Washington, Ga.-ROB EST TOOKBS.
Cuthbert, Ga -B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga -a. H. COLQDTTT.
Charlotte. N. 0.-Wat JOHNSTON.
Allendale. 8. C - B*. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. MlhliEK, General Agent,
At GU -TA, GA.
S. ?*. TUPPE1I, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
H. W. DESAUS-URE M. D., Medical Examiner.
Q U A R D I A If ll U I V A L
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Orgaansd An 1859 .
'ALL POLICE 3 NOS-FOBFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.*
PoliCeS in force.SttS.OOOOOO
Annual Income. 800.000
Loases Paid. 000,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. HOoKEB, vice-President
L. MCADAM. Secretary and Actuary.*
G. A. FUDICKAB. Superintendent,
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Finn of Harper A Bros.; ex?
Mayor ^ew York.
JOH* J. ORA?, President Bank Republic.
Wat td. VEBMILTE, Hanker (Vermilye tt Co.)
PHASG. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hon. GBOBOI OPOTKB. ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT c. UOEOAX, Banker
1 no MAS BloXET, Firm I hemas Rigney A Co.
HEN/. B. HEBXAK, Treasurer NVW York Steam Su?
gar BeSnlng Coupauy
AARON ABXOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable * Co
uren ABD H. Bown, Wetmore st Kowne, Lawyers
K V. HAITOHWO?T, Ftnn E. V. Baughwoat . Go.
Wtf WILSENS, Pira of W- Wilsens A Co.
JCLI?S* B. PBATT. Merchant.
WAL W WRIGHT Merchant
CHAS J. -TABS, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLE?, Merchant.
GEO. W. CDTLIB, Banker, Palmyra, H. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fin lofter
JOBS G. ?HE-WOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Arenas and
ESWAB* H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE, counsellor.
W. L. COBWELL, Merchant.
Oi-.OxUE Kif I If,
GENERO. AGENT FOB SOUTH GASOLINA.
Dr. T. REEN5UEEN.A, Tiam'nlng Physician.
GEN?.EAL AGENT FOR CHABLE.8I0N.
I Ifiee So. ?05 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Januiry li_DAC lyr
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ISSCiS ALL KrN -3 OF LIFE AND ENDOW
JENT POLICIES. Divid nd* annu-lly lu cash.
)nlv Company having the Definite Guaranteed -ur
euder-Vatue Phn PouVie.?, wond-wlde. >erond to
to Company tn the United States lor stability, ?be
silty and economy.
OSce No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHKISTTAN Mr. BOUCK, President
WM. M COLE, "ecretary.
St ite Agency No. 33 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvaasing Agenta wanted througnout
Apply ia person or bv letter to
JAMES G. HOLMKS, Jr.,
General Agent for SouOj Carolina.
BRADDY, OIL, SARANES,
C LI AR KT WI ff BS? MACCAHOJfl ANJt*
VKUMICELLI, PHIHE8, ?V?.
ATOBIAS' SONS. No. 110 EAST BAT, OFF BB
. for Mle from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse, and
lort received fro ni Bordeaux:
K quarter caaka Fine Old COGNAC BB ANDY
loo caaes sweet ? il
IMc.T } Claret Wine
6 oalea of Macearon! and Vermicelli
60 eases Sardines
20 caaes Prunes. 3 August 26
NAILS, CANDLES, SOAP,
1000: 600 boree Candles
100 boxes soap
20 packages Beef and Tongues.
For sale by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
HERBERT'S LONDON PORTER
AND II H OW V STOUT.
1 AK CASHS BEI-BERTS PORTER AND
J.UO BROWN 8TOPT, to arriveper ship Coddle
from Liverpool. For sale by
August 25_3_A. TOBIAS' SONS.
GREEN LEAF HOPE.
IPA HALF COILS GREEN LEAF BOP!.
IOU For sale br A. TOBIAS' SONS.
August 25_ 3
CHOICE WESTERN BACON?
Q? HHDS. RTBTCTLY CHOICE WESTERN
26 bb da. Strictly Choice We?i?rn O B. Sides
29 bbds Strictly Chotee Western Bib h id ea.
For sale by SEN uY CO 31A k CO. .
FLOUR! Ki OUR ! v
QA BABBEL9 EXTRA AND SUPERFINE
80 bags Family Flour, "Swan's Down"
40 bags Fan l'y Flour, "Gem ot the Burg." Alt
from selected new wheat, and 'or axle by
August25_a BB^BJCOBLA APO.
ff f\ BALES B PAVY GUI *Y Ot OTH.
OU i-or ?ale by RATENEL A HOLMES,
August 2A_2_ No. m East Bay.
CORN AND OATS. ?
1 A Af I BUHHBLR PRIME WHITE CORN
?\J\J\f 800 bushels Prime Bright Oats..
Lauding per Steamer Sea GuTL
B. M. BUTLER,
August 2i_2_No. 72 East Bay.
FLOUR FLOUR, CORN.
FAA S ACES CHOICE FAMILY AND EXTRA
300 bbla. Northern Family ?nd Extra Flour
250 sacks Georgia and lennessee, Extra and Super
Flour. . _
HTM sj LOU R.
50 bWa. Fresh Ground BYS FLOUR.
2080 bushels PRIME WHITE AND TENNESSEE
For aale by JOHN CAMP SEN fe 00.
BACON! BACON !
I A H RDS. PRIME CLEAR SIDES, JUST BE
1U CETVED and for sale bv
GEO. W. WILLIAMS fe CO, Factors,
COTTON BA GOING.
1 KA PIECES "EWAN'-" PUBS HEMP DWN
lO VJ DEE SEA INLAND BAGGING, ?5 inches,
l%th pounds yard
30 pieces Dund< e Bagging, A5 Inches, Iii pounds
60 pieces Dundee Bagging, 45 inches, lXth pounds
25 pieces Dolphin- Manufacturing Company-? See
Island Bagging l^ih pounns yard. "
For sale by W C. BEE fe CO.
August 21_ .
G> NN Y CLOTH,
ON THE ?POT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale i y ?y
AnjnatQO G? O. A. TBE? HOLM fe BON.
NEW YIIRK BAGGING,
DOUBLE ANCHOR BRAND.
TH B STANDARD WEIGBT i%m%. THE
standard w d tb full ? inches.
It is wider, closer stronger and affords better pro?
tection tor the tn tire covering ot the Cotton bale
than any*other n nae
We sell at manufacturer's price and expenses laid
down bere. A suppl; alwava on band.
WILLIAM ROACH fe 00.
August 9_Imo _Aganhi,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE
AND RE I AIL BX DB. H. BAEB, No. 131
BlbON't? TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cou*h Syrup
Schenk'* Pu i moa lc Syrup.
Scbenk'a Seaweed Tonic
* Cherokee Sure
spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill.-, fee., fee.
Fleming's Worm confections
W l ight's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's -?yrurrHypopnosphits di Lime
Van Deneen's Worm on'eetioos
Hurley's Wo m Candy
Bardotte'- Worm Gugar Drops
. Grtsien berg Pills
8challenberffer*s Fever sud Ague Pills"
McLane't Liver vUl* ,
I ** Linn'* Vegetable Pills *
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
.? Jayne's sanative Pois
Bad ? av'? Beady Relief
Rac wa j's B. Pilla
Rid way 'A Beady Resolvent.
Jane 21 _mwf
ZINC. ? E.LjOW M ETAL
SHEATHING ASD NAILS,
CONSTANTLF ON BANO. FOR PALE BY
Ct I OLM HBO I HERS,
August 7_swlmo Adger's Wharf.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NFW, AGREEA?
BLE, mo-t de idona a >d healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
Grid-HeCakea, soups, kc, put up lal lb. pack,
ages, with directions for use.
Deslccat-d cocoanut for Pies, Puddings, Cake?,
fee, pnt np In half th. packages, w.th directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in hall pints, pints
and q tarts.
Cluer and White Wine Vi neg ir, warranted pure
Freeh Roasted .?ioCoffee, of good quality, at 3Bc.
Just received and for sale by
C0-0PEB4 IVE GROCERY STORE,
KCHihwest comf r Meeting and Market street?
flood, delivered tree._May 28
T7\OE SALE, WHOl"?J*LE AND RETAL. BY
Jj Dr, H. BAEB,
Jone 26 Nd.-L<1 HeetingHrbreet
Plag?, itDcmifub, ?U.
OR THE HAIR.
PHALON 8 CHE MIO AL HAIR INVIGOBATOB
AYliB'S HAIR VKiOB
MONI'GOJiEBY'a HALB RESTORES
HALT,? SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'-' LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'ti COCOA CREAM
EXCELS fOR HAIR lO'ilO
jBATCHE LOB'S HArRJ)YE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DIE
?AiLBLETON'S .HAIR STA1N
POMADES p^TLOWilEa .
FLAB*') ^ WATEB J
I AI h 'UM' Ac" *?*
For sale by Dv il. A ",AKK?
Maya_So. Ml Mi.ETING. STBEET'
SITUATtfi OF yiAC N LSI \ . *" .
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE k 'AD*
?sh every day, by Da. a. BAEB,
M,T a* No. 131 il teung-atreet.