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XmW? S V M M AB; T.
-Cotton closed easier in Liverpool; uplands
13,d; Orleans MJd.
-in Kew Tock cotton closed dull, ku lower;
. -Gold closed active and excited at 33$.
-ProadVa "History of England" will be com?
pleted this T*l>.
' -The yarn dyers of Glasgow hare looked ont
one thousand men.
-Bare tears ?nd red satin shoes are a part of ]
? - the Paraguay court cos tum e.
-The attempt of the Memphis Avalanche
v ?ni Niairvilro Bulletin to start a new party in I
Tennessee, tb be called tbe "Liberal party," ie ]
?? -* flieh in thg pan. Nobody follows.
-A-tempest at Cronetadt, Busala, lately,
eanaed a monitor to break from her nooringa,
dian into afrigate and cause her to tink- Six
^ - teen, of the latter's crew wei e drowned.
-' ;-- ' -Therein an established price current in
Paris of the charges for getting up ladies m j
-drffarent styles of beauty. Por twenty france [
one can be made beautiful, not forever, but for
-Secretary Boutwsll will probably continue j
io imrnhaen hranrls next month to as targe an
extent as at present, and it may be even
gr? ter, an the balance is heavy and abe re- j
.qaireoieots are SfftsH.
-A eily ietegravh company ia forming m
New York, which engages to transmit missages
Sf twenty words to any part of the city for ten
?eula, Ruaxantseing that the m?sange will be
delivered to the party addressed withm fifteen
-A woman of rare presence of mind was I
overtaken bys train on a high treetlework . JW
- Marietta, Ohio, reoently, and dropped bet veen '
-the ties, holding herself suspended by ber j
mi nnt? the train passed over, when she j
-climbed bi ck again; all without a scream.
-The Patterson Guard tar? thinks Lady By -
roars American friend is a nasty woman ?ho
deserves crocking m a borsepond. Now dont
1st every young woman, says the Brooklyn
Unto,take to reading Don Juan, Manfred and
Cain to find what it's ail about. 1 hey'd better
burst in ignorance. As for the Countess Gruc
cioirs book, i t is happily so stupid that nobody
W. B. stokes, the defeated can Ji
date WQasnausr of Tennessee, ls in Weeh
ingTdnTr?pu^og to demand a new distribution I
of pedesra] patio nage ba bia State, aa Brown?
low by aroing te Beutst, he claims, has broken
np> the BepabttMm party, and no longer repre?
sent* iL. 'Colonel Stoke? says be was defeated
by frttd ind csvtfl oonteet the admission of
%^ W?fim^nn th A J *iri*\mknr* maj elect tO the
S?ftS?S. rle thinks that person witt be Andrew
witted flowers have about half sn; inch
?ms oat off, and tbe sulk thus trim
in 'o' boiling water, they will in
a few?nxtjontee resume their atonal fresh ? ess.
The jpooqmii most applicable to colored flow
as roses, geraniums, azaleas, Ac.. wbite
trirnmg yellow. Thick-potailed .flowers
w the nocet marked improvement. Another
szsePenv mstbrjdvjfiumwnfl; freshness- Wold
howers is to place :t$om jg water and cover
with a glass shade. Finely-powdered charcoal
placed lin the bottum ot the water io vases bas
s*iertod*fr*ct in main t ai nm cr flowers beeb a
long time, and keeping tbe water s wee \
. --The vrashrn gt on correspondent of the Bal?
timore BUS says: "OD inquiry in the proper
starters I learn . tbat. tbe rumor printed
in the ?able" dispatches of the Associated
press' regarding the " purchase of Cuba is
-untrue. Negotiations have- been opened with
what object in view, but have not progress?
ed! farther than ntatnal explanations. It is;
therefore, not improbable that the dispatch
te merely prematnre; but tbe cfflceieof the
apjtfai?b Legatton and, m tact, all i he promt*
netti/ members ?F?tte diploma Lie corps, express
tho opimon that Spam will resort to her pro?
verbial delay in the matter, and finally reject
the proportion."'. 'I'. \.
, -The Puptofflce Dapar:ment is in receipt cf I
-a letter from George W. Barnard postmaster [
St Prescott,, Anrona, who writes that the mail
whieh left that place on the 17th of Joly was
attacked by tho indians, and two soldiers ol
the guard were ?altad, the maii-rider severely J
wonade^; ahd'the' frail lost. The mill con
UiaadtoBOODawd quit? a number of registered
totbwsv Tbe Inora ne numbered between forty
. i^n^y. ' wtth about thirty3 fcrns,; amdim
a.**alery C4rre??ipr of the news of the outrage,
a^^naro^'with. an escort bf eight ,c>Vsln
tuen turnisbed by General Devin, the.'
mandsr.oipoit Wutnple, started out, bot were
??>t4e to do anyt binar, A portion of the
money atoten by the. Indians was in remit
tanoea from soldiers who bad yost been paid
e*% Mr. B. ea\s. moro troops areneeessary,
and that, owing to tho condition ot - that sec
Moo ?f the country tbe mails are almost tbs
enrj^means of tramsmiuing money; and th it
theeommrmrty toi k it a gross negleot on the
birt ot the g07ernjn&nt io thus leaving the
mails without effective protection.
*:-The movement allude! to some time ago,
favoring a modification Of the revenue laws af?
fecting fricwnevrhaa assumed A more formida?
ble*and general character. Many members Of
Coo pres? approve the proposed' change in the
Uar. ai id representatives or import apt interest s
Ar'?ughotit the obum ry ar?' In Wasiingfon
ginngr snape and consistency, to tho propose i
change. Senator Bhernian's recent apeecu at
-Canton Ohio, has been severely crit icised, ss
is^ls^^w^Mwj^vl^ bs oonseqaetioe. of his
avowal oft.lne an popularity pi tbe tax. It ia
BM arly shown by those familiar with revenue
sta ttatica teal tbs arnctxnt of enrreDcy revenue
from internat taxe* r?>quiflit? for meeting all
exp?fiees of the trovernme nt, except interest
o?/Tbe public debt, can be realised from whis
i?y^tdbaccp. stamps, Ii cons" a, and ? mod
I^?d income fax Tbe plan proposed ts to in
crease, tho' tax. Qn whiskey to ti uer -a lon,
which it^to'iM^ed^;^ realise $?)?)??pO,
if the msaus-now within reach ot the reve?
nus bureau. for tb* prevention of fraud
shall1 ber,: adopted. . Prom tobicjo at- least
S3rj 000000 can be realized; from stamps,
with a modification of "the present * btw. say
tlffWWo?; rr?m fermented r:rruor<<, itOO?O,- '
000;.-J^Jnc?^,1irj OOO OOO; abri tbenTroni \
m the modified income tax but $15,000,0D0 would
be required to mtke a total of $165,000,000, ax
amount ?qual to Secretary Boatwell'a estimate
of the expend? turee for the present fiscal year.
The plan is to confine the income tax to the
tax on interest paid on the national debt, the
Are per cent, to be deducted when the interest
ie paid. This will realize $6.255,000 without a
dollar of expense incurred in the ooileotion.
The balance it is proposed to raise by taxing
incomes derived from surplus property em?
braced in stocks of banks, railways sud other
corporations, sod from interest paid on bonds
ot such corporations. This plan it is claimed
wifl, while completely removing the unpopular
and inquisitorial individual income tax law from
the statutes, result in the saving of at least
two millions of dollars per annum In the cost
of collection of the revenue by reducing; the
number of objects of taxation, and consequent?
ly the number of offioers. _
THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST' 26, 1869.
The Hews Praew Curre mt.
On Wednesday next, September 1, we
will publish THB Nsws Price Current, con?
taining our usual full and aoourate review
of the markets for the commercial year
dosing on the 31st instant. Orders for ex?
tra oopies, with or without cards, must be
left at Tn Niws office by Tuesday evening.
Oar usual weekly market report of Friday
next will not be published.
Mrs. Stowe's Laure soanatel.
More than one newspaper critic has sug?
gested that it waa Uta duty of Lady Byron
to gira to Mrs. Stowe the means of showing
that Byron was indeed guilty of the fearful
crime of whioh he is accused. Lady Byron
probably thought that the mere word of the
author of so truthful a book aa Uncle Tom's
Cabin Would be evidence enough to cenvict
and oondemn any maa, whether Commoner,
King or Kaiser. Unfortunately, however,
tais ie a sceptical age, and the critics still
cry ont for documentary proofs. Bat it
teems to ns that the sapient critics over?
shoot the mark. What we want to know is,
whether Lady Byron ever did eommunioate
ko Mn. Harriet Beecher Stowe thia won?
derful story of her auffering and Byron's
guilt ? this ia 'the fl rat question to ba
solved. Mrs. Stowe waa a stranger anda
foreigner, a person of moderate standing
and accidental reputation. I? it likely thai .
Lady Byron would make her the depositary
of s secret whioh had been hidden from
nearly every other living eon! T Is it likely
that Lady Byron would give this American
author permission to publish, at her dii
oretion, a statement that would ?over with
?hame the memory of sn amiable and ac
Bomplished woman, and oanse Byron to be
regarded aa a very prodigy of sin ? There
was all to lose and nothing ta ga n, and wa
ara forced to doubt that the conversation
which Mrs. Stowe rehashes ever took place.
An interview there may have been; but
unless it is proved by some stronger evi?
dence than Mrs. Stowe's bare word, we
Ot MAO* belive that Lady Byron did ?deed
say what has been attributed to her. The
public have thc right to demand that Mrs
Stowe prove the truthfulness of her state?
ments. Already she has been detected m
more than one error of fact, whioh a little
cara would have enabled her to avoid; and
if she does not give some reasonable evi?
dence that che hah only repeated what was
told her by Lady Byron, she must be con
tent to lie for ever under the imputation of
being fonder of creating a sensation than
cf telUng the truth. '
7 > j . . . d ?*??
The immigration to. thts country the cur?
rent year is astonishing, considering the
oaaajKtions under which it exista, and ex?
ceeds the expectations of every one. The re?
turns from our Southern ports are so poorly
made and so rarely aggregated that little
oan.be mide from them Nor are we ia
possession of California data. The reports
from the Northern frontier, ooverlng the
Canadian ingress, are also deficient But
New York, the great immigrant headquar?
ters, furnishes ns with definite statistics.
Wc learn that the arrivals there to thc
dose of June have been 142 227 thia year
against 109.097 last year, an increase of
88,180, or 80 2-5 per cent. Aod we find
that May and June of the current year are
credited with 49 605 and 41,889 arrivala
Hgatnst 84 151 and 83 720 last ye r, a gain
of 28,078 in the two last months. The im?
migration ia more frcm Germany than Ire?
land, as it Ima bera si noe 1859, -footing up
1188.018. of whioh 688 253 waa German to
549,760 Irish. The Irish preponderated
until 1864; bat the ohange has ben eo great
thai, lau year we received 101,989 Germans
to 47 571 Irish; and more than thia, acme
200,000 immigrants arrived in thia period
from other countries.
One reason for the unpreoedented Ger?
man influx arises from the fear of being
enrolled in the Prussian army. Thia is a
very lively osase of immigration, and is
likely to continue. It operates on the whole
body of immigrants, but most with the
Prussians. Aud reasonably. Our mi nary
establishment is almost nominal ai.d not
lik-ly to be enlarged, unless Grant, having
tailed as a statesman, insists on again try?
ing his luck as a soldier But Austria
maintain?, on a peace basis, 243 920 meo;
Frtncf 414 632; tho Gnrman Cunted-ratinn
319 286; Russia 798.151; 8ptin 236 301;
Italy 183 341, and England 200 335 Thus,
on a peace basis, these countries support
Some. 2 500 OOO men, and ?re, all of them,
prepared io trebie*or quintuple the number
in case of war, and, are obliged to pa; for
the luxury. France, Austria and rho Cou
federation eVco boast themselves able to
levy from 800,000 to 1,000000 nv a on ten
days' notice. The taxation for this pur?
pose and the enrolment assist materially in
increasing the immigration to this country.
AB yet there is little immigration to the
Southern 8 ta tee; but, day by o day, the
cheapness of our land, the fertility of our
soil and the salubrity of cur c'.imat- are
better known. The effect will be gradual,
and thc victory over prejudice will not
easily be won. It la, however, certain that,
sooner or later, the stream of white immi?
gration will flow to the South as it now
flows to t&O Wot?. For the seacoast, wrist*
tht whits man cannot safely work, WO shall
have th? Udustrious aa i fraga! Asiatic.
This will nuke the low-country prosper,
while the up-oountry will be built np, as
we d?sira it to be, by the thews and sinews
of white men. There may, in soma places,
be a wrong-headed opposition to all immi
gration, as there is in some perta ot Geor?
gia; bot this will not avail to keep ont the
white man, who will gradually turn his
steps to the rioh valleys and broad savan?
nahs of the South. As long as we have a
Radical negro government in South Caro?
lina it will be difficult to persuade white im?
migrants to sattle in the midst of us. They
will not be disposed to submit themselves
to the control of negro magistrates; to the
caprice of negro juries; to the taxation of
negro legislators, and to the plundering
and stealing of negro knaves and white ad
venturera. Aa a first atop, we must rid
ourselves of thia Radieal negro government.
This is the only stumbling blook in our
path. While we have an ignorant, corrupt
and unscrupulous government we oan have
no safe prosperity. We may make money for
the moment; but every dollar that we have is
at the mercy of the negro courts and negro
imposers of taxes. When the Northern scum
and Southern riff-raff, who now lead the col
ored people whither they will, are driven
from their seats of authority,there will be no
trouble with the negroes. With a raspeo
table and trustworthy government the col?
ored people will be more safe and more free
than they are now. Thia, aomeamf them
know, and all of them, but the office hold
era, will gradually learn the easy lesson
that there ia more to be gained by confiding
in men who have character and r?putation
to loee, than by following blindly a pack ef I
yelping oura who were kioked out of their j
own kennela before they strayed down
South. When the oharacter of our State
Government ia changed, we shall have se
ourity and peace aa well aa plenty. Then
may we go to work in earnest in the cause
Of white immigration
I> TH s United States Conrt proceedings
published thia morning, will be found an
important decision of Judge Bryan, to the
effect that when a member of a co-partner
ship goes into bankrupt ey, his oo-partners j
must go into bankruptcy also, although
they may have committed na act of bank
CoMonnaaif AB Bowen, who waa denounced
in these oolumna as a thief, forger and mur
derer, threatened to sue this paper for libel
When does Bowen intend to begin, and
where f Oar soul ia in arma, Bowen, and
eager for the frav. Bowen !
MBS. BiDWARD B. WHIT K'S PRO.
USB AND PBEB' H BOARDING SCHUOL
KUY UNG LaDies, removed to No. 89 West 43d
street, opposite Reservoir Park. New Fork Pitv.
References: B ?hop Potter, Kew Fork; Hishop
Davis "oui'i Carotina; Kev. W. I. BraoUy. ? lauta.
Qa ; Froteamor Henry, riadthsonlan Ius.-itute; Gene?
ral Wade dam-i. on -ou. u Carolina; W.W. Corcoran,
Waahln t n. D C. ; Presid-pt MJddle'on Charleston
Oollege; Prole-?or . h irk* Panes, New York ; W. Gil?
more ximmi, south <aroliue; Pro essor Bartlett,
Weet Point Military Academy,
Fl RM A . V*IV>. vSlTV. Ott SC UR?
VILLE, fl. C.- I he next ae sion or this IN-ifl ?
j u i ION will open the 15; h -eptember, and continue
fort? weeks wi bout rntermiasfon.
Three years' -cholarahios may b? obtained coi.fi
tfoned on the payment ol thirty dollars annually
for three years, and entttliog the holoer of a schol?
arship to the tuition of o <e pu .ill m ah the regular
Nc?ools, ra the payment of the incidental fee of five
dollars, f-xeept to holders nf scholarships, the
charge for tuition for tte rear will be sixty dollars,
and five dollars for incidental expenses. For tn
strucilon in Practical i ?herniatry, or in Modern ' en?
guapea. Laen? will be an extra charge, to be regula?
ted by the Bise ot th? class
The regular >ehoo B embrace Mathematica and
Mechanical Philosophy, Professor JUD-ON; latin
Language and Literature Professor r ABHB; Greek
Language Professor MUH; Chemistry and Natu
ral Philoaophr Pr-fe-aor a \ UBI? ; ogio, BU torie,
an i Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Proieaaor
Dr. "A BEB will i ne true t in German, French and
Gool Boarding, exclusive of light* and washing,
can be obiatned at about $15 per month.
CataiOfTUM < r ?cholarship? oan be ob Lain ed by ad
creasing tue subscriber.
J MK- C. FURM AN,
Augual 93 18 Provident.
garMurf, (ttttirr^ Ctr.
glCKLEs Oil HEAP HOOB>,
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION-JUST ARRIVED.
ALSO OH H ANO,
POWDBB, SHOT, OAP3. Aa
At S. M, M A KS II ALL,
SIGN OF IEE "BIG GUN,"
No. 310 King-street, third door below ode ty.
Anguat U_ tbstulmo
rjlHG C.MVtKSH KAVuit ITE , .
WILLCOX Sc GIBBS' l)
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STaNDS THC3 FAB TOBI
VALLBD aa a FAMILY SK WING MACHINS; and
baa tai ra the place of over forty double thread ma?
chi nea In this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
larg*1 iowna tn the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KTNG-STBEBT,
Willcox & Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina,
NE HDL Es, OIL, SILK, atc, constantly on hand.
BiPMRINO aa uanaL atuthly Uavl
yy; I L L 1 A M M. LAWTON,
Ka et or and Commission Merchant.
flo'lO B .TCE'S WHARF.
FX RA HEAVY SEA ULAND BAGGING AND
TWlvE FOR -ALB. Advances made on IT tl o oe In
hand._tutlia augu-t 2S
"VrO'l,IU?-^-0.\ IHK XQIH I\y AM I
J.1 disppaed of aiy entire "took in T.ade to Hes?r*.
bulNKM fe M At IN. who will coori ,ue the busi?
ness at my old st ind. No. 627 KlNGoTKEEr, oimo.
In retiring from the bush.ea? I desire to th nk my
friendB and customer* tor their liberal support in
?h-? paat, and wo ?ld re<pectfu:lv solicit a continu?
ance of the.aameito my s-icces ors
Charleston, August 12. 18U9 JOHN QUINN.
N0TIUJt-?-H A VING PTJROB A?RD OF MB. JOHN
QUINN bis nure, ??tock and" F.xture*, we will con?
tinue (be BOOK, NEW AND 8' * . ONERY BFW
Nr.tts in ali its branches, at his old s and and nope,
by clore attention to the -ame, to merit a libeial
ah-ire of public raror. J HN E B INE8V.
_ , J. M?i I TE MA HI IN.
Charleaton. Angaxt 1?. 1869. atuthB August 14
TO (ONTRUTOKg, LU .11 BK ll MKS
I AM NOW PREPARED TO PXE.I?JTH PBOMPT
LY.upon i he shortnat rotice orders for S- 'DTHEB^
TfcLLO V PINE POUR, Bl'.KQUT GUM and
tobe- hard wood of any dimension*, delivered in <he
1 Ity of Charleston, ol? an and origbt. equal to the
beat dty paw. d For further iofo matlon, apply to
Mr.fi. N. buODIE. Chirle?ton. H. e.
J. M HUMBERT.
John's Island Steam Snw Mill, Augurt 1st. 1S69
August 2 mthlmo
WAMEDTO RKNT, HALF A HOTJSK
tn the central put of the dtv, bye .null Ajtt
II v without children. Direct, stating terns, to F. O.
Box Mo. gt,_4_Angostas
GOOD 8KRVANTS. WHITE AND COL?
OURS', csa be oeUaaed hy aypJyiBg to EM
PLOYMEN i' OFFICE, bo. SO Qneen-atreeu
(JlOr WATCH PRK IC TO EVE KY
KpOf> AGENT l Business entirely sew. Apents
mating fortunes I Address O.S. M. CO., BTDDE*
jTOHi , M ?.INK. imo PAP August jj
WANTED lOPUKCUASE, FOK OAS el,
a good SECOND-HAM) PIAN". Appiy st
F. DADKB'n Book ann Hosie btore, No. 449 King
Btreet, above Calhoun-street,_August vi
WANTED, A ?UPTI1 JP'ROM 16 to ?O
years old, who would bc willing to make bim
self generally userai as < Jerk In a flore in Unionville,
H. O. Address POsTOFFTCE BOX, No. 17, Union
0. H., 8. 0. _August li
WANTED, BV A MAKHIk-U MAN, A
situation In ?orne Cotton Hill -outh or South?
west; ls aoqualnted With all branches, haring work?
ed in them all, but should s?lect WEaVING as a
choice. 1 arries wishing to engage such a person
will please address a nota, statins terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, Ho. MS state-street, Boston. May 34
WAFTED, bVtKlBUOi TO SIB.
SCRIBE to ths CIRCULATING LIBRARY. -
CB ABLES 0. BIG H TEH'S Select Library of New
Books contains all ol the latest publications.
April 21_Ko. 191 K'NG-STBEET.
CH I N K H K LABOHE KB. -PA UTI E8
wishing to employ huge or small numbers of
CBINE8E LABOREKH, fray make the neeesoary
arran gemenU for p roc urine geog? of alai- required,
delivered in any part of ttl? country, br application
to KUOPafANa?HAAP, San Francisco, california
WANTED, EV IC K V BODY TO KSnW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, ia executed promptly in che neate?:
style add at the lowest New Terk priree, at taut
Mws Job office. No. 149 EAsT BAT Call and ex?
amine the scale of pri?es before giving year orders
WAFTED. AGENT? FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FA ?HEB?' HOBHE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert .stewart, V. e., of Mtaa.
he wont co vera the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
both in alan ess and health. It baa won ita wav te
popular favor, and ia to-day the moat popular and
beat Milln? Horse Book out Address iL V. VEN ,
Publisher, cincinnati, 0. ?no* March 19
TO KE'T, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE
bi a pleasant locality. Apply at No. S3 nAB
rUBIT/THK HOUSE Ne. 10 TEH
\ 'h-->l BE KT, with seven rooms and double
plastas and gae th>omghcmt, To? guod tenant (be
rent will be low. Inquire at No. 36 AMHERST
? I BEET._ths*_August it}
rHEIST, THE PLKA8ASTLY SITU.
AIRD TWO AND A HALF STORY REM
DENCE, No. S Gadadea-etreeL oppodte Wentworth
Apply at CHARLESTON STRAH SAW HILL.
BK 4L si STATE A?F.\TS, AND OTHERS
having houses to rent, can have their Placards,
4c, printed at the lowest rates, and In the newest
and neatest ?tylee of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
MCE, No. 14? East Bay
SAND AND GRAVEL. FOR SALE AT
low rates at MARSHALL'S WHARF.
August SO Imo
AT PRIVATE SALK. THAT FINK
FT AND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay street?, No. SS. Apply ON
PR EMI-ES._thstn_January ai
FOR ??Ll-; LOW. A LANGE CHURCH
0 P.GiN, containing thirty-five a - ops.
A SMALL PARLOR i t GAN, containing four
'.toes, in a hand ?oma Rosewood Case. Apply at
JOBN BAKER'S ORGAN PAC 1 OBY, No. 13 Van
.TOR SA? K, llOe ACHES OF Wt-LL
F TIMBERED t. ?ND In lower p rt ol bar cw ll
Count , ?ix tn ll ea tram Mouth > disto River. 1 erm
made very low For partlon lara, add rea? Or. 0. B.
HUT IO, Grabam'a Turnout, O.S. B. lt.
August 30 _pao_36
FOR SALE, FOUR MCCARTHY MOL?
LER GINS, secoad hand, but little used
1 Premium Faim Grist Mil, "Proseua" Patent
1 Ha^d-powex .feelGrist Hill
18 Ploughs, of varied and moat approved patterns,
all but little us*d, an J at low prices
1 conon B baker
1 Four-home Po?er Steam Engine, second hand, ha
Apply to . 'SHERON, DARKLE Y A CO.,
Nor beast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
August 9 Imo
TTIOK BALK, THE DK8IKABLE l\KSI
JD DitNcE. near Hampstead Mall-the House
and Lot No. 64 America-street, one door south ol
Blake, on eaat ride of ?aid wrest, Ibe Lot metwures
in fronton amenca-atreet 65 feet 6 inches, m dopth
iso feet, more or lest, with the r- ar portion ol the
lot on tbe south, esv - feet - loches. On th i
pre . isea 1? a subatantially unlit two-and-a-half ?torr
wooden iwelhngo a brick foundation containing
five aqmre rooms, with gas fixtures m order, a
dressing room, pantry and finished attics, and dou?
ble p-azza, all uovere 1 with h-avy tm lately repatut
e , and a private stairway; also, a two story Kitchen
with four 'ooma, a -ioacbhouse. Stable and H y lott,
Ac; also an exteeaivo cistern, built with a filte'lng
wall, eui a good wei- of ohotca spring water, eacb
fuminhe 1 wich a modern . ump. An open fence lo
trout, witnev noreen hedge, also flower varden in
front, e i ten sive vine- ot choice grspes now in full
bean ns, vegetable garden and trait trees compris
m<r sweet orange, neeta lue. peach, plum, fig, Ac.
The neigh orbood ls sotoilcua as a be, Ith y location
Possession can be given immediately.
For terme, Ac a ply to LOW A KD C. TH ARIN,
No. 8 GUlon-street, near Old Poatoflice or on toe
premiaes. Aatruat 19
Al? HON KEKS, B H UK K US, .NO
others wishing "' or Hale" Placards, Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neut
Q'-ea and dispatch, wilt consult their interest by leav?
ing their orders at TBE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
149 Bant Bay.
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPKKS IN
any quantity, ince 73 cents per hundred,
rho cheapest wrappin? paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at tho office of TE E N * W s. Marah 1
Lon ono Jomo.
LO*T, 8KTWKKB THE HALFMOON
8AITEH1 AND DEBINANT -HIP V .A I.D.
ejtuer in Columbus, Drake, Cooper or Bay *>treet?. a
rill rf TK' A .11,.y 01 K-, amounting t abo itStfS,
and consisting ot HO and J5bil!s. lhe finder, 0 .
bringing it to THI-. OFFICE*will be liberally re
Warded. _2_August 26
STRA t KD, AHULL TK lt HIE lt P.P.
about two months old, whits, bia k over both
e..e?, with tho ears lately cut. Five dollars reward
will be p?(d ll delivers at No. 93 MARKET
H IRK Kl. .4* AUBU?t 34
OHARLBSION. SOOTH CAROLINA,
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, si ru A TE B TN A
I pleasant location, and lu the burmese portion of the
cit?, renders lt the most desirable Hotel for either
permanent or tran? lent guests, .he accommodations
are um arpas red. having extensive saltes m elegantly
fumlvhed ap .rtmenta lot f'tnllies a d single ?entfe?
rnen The propneter ?nil endeavor to maintain the
bteh reputation e-joyed by the "t'barlestou" as a
first class bona?, ano no effort will be snared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore be*?owed upon it
The best of Live y accommodations wflt be found
adjoining the establishment.
The house I supplied wita tho celebrated Arte
(ian W? or ot wntch d?;i-h:tul ba bs cai, be b.d
ender day ornt<rht. E. H. J OK-ON,
July 18 Proprietor.
?IT. CLOUD HOTEL.
1HI8 NEW aND OOMMOl IOOft BOO HE, LOCAT
EU corner 01 Broadwa? and Forty-second-sireet.
possesses aJ vantages over all other house? tor ihe a<
couimodatioa o trsuuests. lt was built expressif
for a flr-t-cl-ies family boarding bonae-the rooms
bein? large and en ?ui?e. heated \<j steam-with not
ann cold w ter. and tarnished accomi to nooe; wbiie
the culinary department fa lu the most experii-oeed
hands, afl->rdiog guests an unequalled table.
tine of Atwood's P?t-nt Lleraiorii ts a iso amona
the "modern improvements" ano at the setnoe ot
guests at ali boura.
Ibe Broadway and University Plac* Ors pass the
door ever7 four minutes, runnrn from the ifitj
Hall to Central Pa- k, while the sixth au-1 evento
Avenue'ines are but a short block on eituer aide,
aflording ample facilities for communicating with ai)
che depots, steamt>oat landlncs, olaces of ?tense,
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MOUE dc HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Parch 13 ines
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERl'HAtiIS
WILT. ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE INI
SHIPMENT (to Foreign sud Domestic Portai of
COTTON, RIC tl, LOM BEB AND NAVAL STOP. SS
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E. WILLIS..1. R. OH?SOL?
i o. o. F - HOWABT? LODOE. (io. 3.
rfUTE MEETING OF TOI? LODGE WILL BE
J. he'.d THIS (Thursday) ETBWWO, at Eight o'clock
Candidates for Initiation aad Degrees will be
punctual E. L. TEFRE V,
Augustas_th Becordlog Secretory.
C HAK LEST ON CHAMBER OS" lOM
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE CHAMBER
will be convened THIS Evsamro. (Thursday)
Angust 26th. st the Bibernian Hall at Eight o'oleck,
to receive tbe reporta of the various Commit?
tee a appointed in June last.
By order. P. J. BABBOT,
MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE AS.
SOCIATIOS OF CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE IX OF THE
Contdtuliou, and in compliance with th? solid*
tatton of a large number of the Shareholders, an
extra Convention of the Association 1* hereby celled
to oonv-ne at the Ha l ot the Westlington Fire 'om -
paoy, in Tanda. h<T?I street, on 36 h inst. at half,
past Seven o'clock P. M. Li C. B *NDBICKS,
secretary and Treasurer V.O. k.
August 26 2 ratha
COPA arti h lt S HIP NOTICE. - THE
undersigned lave this day formed s copart?
ner-hip under the name of X. M. BOB EY k
BKMIHI h. for the purpose of conducting the
Wholesale HAT, CAPAND t>TRAW MOODS BUSI?
NESS, at NO. 25 layne-street, Charleston. H. fl.
1HJMA8 M. HOBSEY,
Late of the firm of Horsey, Anten & Co.
8ueces?or of Horsey, AU ten fe Co.
July 1st, 18C0. 3 August 25
5issointioa of CopadHfratjip.
rvISXOLVTIiiH UP COPARTNERSHIP.
\J ihe undersignsd prop rle lora of the 'Oliy
equate alooo" have thu day dissolved Copartner?
ship by mutual oonseit Either pvtner may re?
ceipt for debt- due the firm, and ail claims must be
forthwith handed in to us for settlement.
The businee? of the late brm will be continuad by
August 25 3 AUGU.VTF. MULLING.
EEMOVAL.-THE t SD ERN IO!? ac D
taara pleasure la announcing to bis patrons
timi be bas remoren his Soda Water Manufactory
from So. 501 King-street to No 66 HASRL-xTBEEl,
between An ?on-street and East Bay. i haning
bl'Mends and eua to na era for the liberal patron?
age bestowed upon hiss at the old stand, he hopes
to receive the same in the same measure at bis new
place. 0 Tu KORN?HREN H.
soda Water Manufactory.
Augustas tbstuS* No. 56 Haaei-etreet.
PHILIP SCHt CKilAv?, OKALER IN
W0B*T?D AND I RIMMING*, baa removed
tn bia former atore, No 271 KI NG-STRtET, oppo?
site flasel-atreet. August 21
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heada, or
Job Printing of any description, c:n get their caders
(Bled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at IHE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
?0 East Bay.
'jp HE BENN E1T 8 VIL L E JOURNAL,
PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN BENNETTS VILLE, 9. C.
WM. LITTLE, Editor aud Proprietor.
THE J UBNAL. AS AN ADYRBTI'-ING ME?
DIUM, offers facaiide? to merchants, machinists, fee.
that are unsurpassed by any westly paper in the
Ha vin* a 'arge and contlnuaBy increasing circula?
tion in the Peedee country, nudneaa men who wish
to extend thc boalne-s lu tbi* section (f the -tate,
will And It to their interest to advertise in the Jour?
Bates of advertising very liberal.
Address WM. LITTLE,
August 24 6 _Bennettsyille. 8.0.
rp llb. BARNWELL JOURNAL.
AS THE BCSINBSS SEASON APPBO CHES,
tho undersigned wtuld respectfully call tbs st eotlon
of the Merchants ol Charlearon to the BABNWKI.L
jor RN AL. pu><llahed at Blackville, s. C., a p >per of
rapidly Increasing curuiatjoo, to be ronna in not
only every portion of the arge and wedihy County
of Barn wed, bu in manv other coondee of tl>e
State, and has a scattering circulation rom connec?
ticut to California. Ihe Jon nai la always on flie at
trie office of Menura. WA I KEB. EVA Nd fe CO
WELL, the agents n (.harleaton, and business meu
would do well o call in and take a look at the paper
bet re making up their tall advertisement- for the
weealles of the State
erma moderate, which can be learned upon ap?
plication ie WAI KER, I VAN* fe coo WEI,u or by
adore sing the subscriber at either Blackville or
HarnweU. JOHN b. efaU K.
August 23 _Imo
TOKE BARNWELL SENTINEL.
MERCHANTS, FACTOR* AND BUSINESSMEN
will find it to their interest to advertise in the SEN
IINEL. I has been pub .fa 'ie i in that la- ge and rop
uloua Cou ty tor seventeen years, and bas a clrcuu
lion unsurpassed by any country pap T itt the State,
lenna liberal, address E. A. BRONSON. Pro?
prietor. Blackville, S.C.
STABLISH ED, 18 48.
THE MABION CRESCENT,
MABION, 8. C.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BX"
S. E. MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
TBE CRESCENT. BtI>G THE PURCHA9EB
?nd successor ol the old distrlol paper, is the oldest
journal ia the eas era part of the Mate.
ihe Crescent is ta? official ai visor of Marion
Die Crescent has a large a?d growing circulation
among the be t people of the Peedee Country
. he Crts cent is thc beat' advertising medium in
tb < secaon.
Always addreas CRESCENT
August 10 Imo Marion,
jp0 Bi: SINES? A1BN.
Tht? 8?UXEB NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT bUMTEE, S. G.
IR ONE OF THE BEST PAC*".9 IN IHE UP?
COUNTRY; bu a large circuiatioi., and affords su?
perior advantages sa an adt?rtialng medium, le rm*
lew. Addrea DARB fe 0STE EN,
Til K STAR
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As aa adverting medium, offers faa I tics to Mer?
chants, i m Kisto, Machinists, fee, of extending
their busmen, unsurpassed by any Southern
Its circulation is fast becoming g?nerai. Beal
Estate agents, and parties int. re -ted in the parchase
or aile of real estire wfl find it to their advantage
to consult Its col mos and advertise therein an we
arti effee lng arrangement- bywhica our pa; er will
circu?ate largeiy among Northern ca Mallaba.
Information lending lo the development of our
mineral, m inufacturing and agricultural resoiuce?
descriptive ot climate, soil, fe - solicited and tuaok
tmly1 ceci ved trom any section.
Terms cash. S3 a year; a ropy pratts <o anyone
eendlug six subscribers; a club .f ten, $2 50 each
Bab-a ol advertising liueraL Adirea*
W. J. Mc SE KRALL,
Jul'- IC Marion., b- C.
fruL.iK? t% aiac-BtcTH.
Na. 36 Brsad*itr??t,
Charleston, S. C.,
BBOKEBS, AUCTION EE Rf?, BFALE8TATE
GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS
Will atttend to Bentuag and Collecting o? Menta
and purchase and aate ol stocka, Bonds, Gold
Silver and KeaiEstaip.
To the Purchase ol Gooda and Huppllea for parties
in the country upon reason ibid terms.
GKOBGB L. HOLKES....A?BXAiTD?B MAOBZTH.
P. CHEVRE ll X,
SC BL PT OB a. NP A.BCHITECT.
Corner Meeting-Street and Horiberk'fl
CKABLBBTON, 5. C.
Plan? made to order and work <.xs?uted promptly'
July 1 . thmCmos
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BAY I HAT!
OA A BALKS FRUTE WORTH BIYBB HAT,
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Wharf. Far Ml? by JOHN CAERSE* k CO.
KA BALKS EXTHl HIAVT M 0M) GUNNY
OU BAGiHNo, per Sehoeuer ''uily?'
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BRANDY, OIL, SARDINES,
CLARET WISE, MIACCA ROM ARD
V K ti M ! C ELLI, PUINES, A.c.
ATOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT, OFFER
, for sale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse, and
Just received from Bordeaux:
IP quarter caira Fine Old COGNAC BB ANDY
160 cases sweet i/tl
104 cases J
S Dales of Hacoarenl and Vermicelli
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HEEP, ?Re. "
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HILBERT'S LONDON PORTER
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GREEN LEAF ROPE.
1 fi A HALF COILS GREEN LEAF ROPE
IOU For aale by . A. TOBIAS'SONS.
August 85 _3
CHOICE WESTERN BACON.
Qr BHDS. 8TBTCTLT CHOICE WESTERN
25 hbda. Strictly Choice Western O TL Sides
29 hbda Strictly Chotee Western Bib Sides.
For sale by 8 SN ct Y COBLA * 00.
August 26 S
FLOUR ! ?LOUR!
QA BARBELS EXTRA AND feTJPEEPPfl
80 bags Family Flour, "Swan's Down"
60 bags Fan l'y Flour. .'Gem sf the Burg." All
from selected new wheat, and 'or sale by
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e?f\ HHBS. CHOICE WESTERN 0. R. SIDES
OKs CO hbda. Cholee Western Shoulders
2? hbds. Clea? tides V
40 boxea D. K Shonldaxa
16 hhd?. < hole? D. -. c. R. Bides
60 box?8 Long Clear sides
20 boxes CnmberkMda
16 tierces Chotee b. 0. Hams
75 bags Choice Bio Coffee
60 bbl?. F nra "O" Sngar
25 bbl? -C" Yellow suaar.
In Store, and for aale low by*
JEFFORDS 4 CO.
August 34 tutbsS Vendae Range.
1AA AAA CYPRESS SHI VOLES, OE
lUU.UUUwharf, ready for deUvery, ter
sale by the lot, or In lots to suit, for cash, lew, by
. E. L. HALSEY,
August 34a tuthaS Was* end Montague-street
SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH,
OF EXTRA WEIGHT, FULL WIDTH AND FIN?
quail'?, for sale by O. N. I-UBERT,
August 19 thara? No. 1$ East Bay..
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, WHOLE?
S ALF AND BETA'L, by Dr. H. RAER, No.
WOLF'd SCHIEDAM -OHNAPPS
Fonts' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's soothing Syrup
Perry Davis' Painkiller
Herir?n Mustang Linamrat
Peery's Dead Shot, kc, ko., ka,
June 2? .lath ?
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S;
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FAOII IT ?.TE THE SUPPLY Of
OUB PUBK OLD iORONG'HELA BYE WHIS?
KI En io our former num?rotai customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS at
CO our Agent?, wno by tots arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at pikes wbioh will insure
satlatacdon. H. A H. W. CATHER WO OD.
H. 6t H. W. CATHERWOOOD'S
EXTBA FIVE PDRB OLD
trf\ BARBELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
OU WaisKIE?", oonsUtlngof I,XX.XXX, XXXX,
and >EOI A B and CABINET BBAND?, and also *f
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS <: CO.,
Jur.e12 aluthSmo No. East Bay.
COTTON BAGGING. .
1>A PIECES "EWAN'?" FUBE HEMP DUN
LOU DEE s EA ISLAND BAGGING, ?Pinehes,
1 J?ttl pounds yard
30 pieces Dund-e Bagging, 46 inches. I}**'pennas
(0 pieces Dundee Bagging, 46 inches, l)i th pounds
25 pieces Dolphin Manufacturing Company Sea
Island Bagging l *?>b pounds yard.
For sale by W C BBE k SO.
August 21 _
G NNY CLO ? H,
ON THE spot AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale ty
August20 GEO- A. TBE>HOLM A SON.
NEW Y'iKK BAGGING,
DOUBLE ARI MOM BRAND.
T?* K STANDARD WEIGHT THE
g?%r ? - rd w'dtb tull 44 lachea.
It ia wide- e.',ser stronger, and afforis better pro?
tection for the*.nu.".8 vT**? ?? ?"> Co?<m bale
than any other n ase , LL .
We wil at maoufacturdr'? jnoejand expeaaee brid
down here, A supply alwa.'a on ?>na l_ . "
WILLUM ROAi?* CD.
August 9 Imo _?genta.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGSHH?
BLE, mostdeidoni aid healthy food, used
Xor Paddings, Jellies, Blane Manir?, Ice Cream,
Grid ile Cakes, Soups, Ac, put up lal rb. pack?
ages. With directions for use.
D estreat-d ' ocean ut fi? Fies, Paddings, Cases,
Rc, pat ap in half tb- packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, Frvncb and american in halt pints, pinta
and q 'arts.
daer and Whin- Wine Viaegtr, warranted pure*
Fresh Boasted ula Cooee, of good quality, at 36e.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPKBs IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corri' r Meeting and Market streets.
Good h d eh vs ted tree. Mar 98
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL. BY "
Dr. H. BAER, "*
June 26 No. Lil Heei'ng-atseeL
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MEECHA A 7.
SALES OF BEAL EtolAlfc, MOCK9, BONDS, SB
03RITIE? AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. 87 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. a
Hen. HEN . BUIST, w. J. MAGRATH, Ra?.
General JAM FR CONK CR, T. B. WARING, Esq.
rJIHOBLAS J. It A Y* ER & CO.,
FINE CIO ABS.
Particular attention to Special B.ands for Grosera
Nc?. 29 LIBERTY-STREET ann 64 MAIDEN LANE
NEW TO K.
jQ3- Samples sent to ; e?ponaible houses.
Joly 27 tu tk< 3mo
j^HtJlHOiiIJIG AtD H lltt-Cl' TTIAiO,
LADIES AND JHILDhar?? *
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send orders te W. E. MABSHALL, Barber,
April lt No, 31 Broad-street (up 'tatra..