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Hetioaa, 2? oan ta a fine. Marr I ?ge and Funeral No
81 aaa. Ona Dollar each._
jr MI wa av XMAS T.
" -Cotton closed in New York a shade firmer.
Sales 63* balee. Middlings 35c.
ta ,-It? Liverpool cotton o'.oeod easier. Uplands
UJL Sales 6000 bs lea.
it? -An Hnxhah colony of 1200 tamil rea has
bougnt' 82;000 acres of land of the Kansas
Pacific Railway, and will form a town near New
J ?notion City.
-Boatoa "calmly submits" to tho result of
^tho iatornatioDaJ boat race, behoving,of oonrae,
that had it occurred on American wa 'er ?, the
Harvards would have been triumphant.
---News bas been received from Tripoli that
Hiss Trune and, tiro attendants were murdered
by their own carnal-drivers while travelling
.a the Ab?-gor|flb road between Mar mk and
>haaua^ Wat? ? '
-The Fenian CODgresa, in session at New
Torkk bas decided that circles not in good
standing. Bball not be repreaaoted, but that
circle may be restored to'good standing by
tho congress and allowed representation. .
-H?rspe Maynard and other leading Ten
aeoaea ' Radicals held a secret mooting at
Nashville on Friday, having in view, it is
thought, the reorganization of the party in the
State, and probably a violent filibustering
movement upon the State government.
-Toledo, Ohio, has a "He 8010818," and the
.?embins held'their first banqueta feweyen
. ^ga ?jrp. 'After Ihe doth was removed the
-"dear departed" were remembered in many s
toast, ba? whether drank in tea or some stron?
ger beverage the reporters failed to tell.
a- -The mokine up of a fallen elephant in Ver?
anan t. the other day, waa something like tbe
? tying, down of Gul li ver by tho Lilliputians. It
took about 60 men, with ropes, levers, pulleys
and other appliances, two and a half h?nrelo
raise this immense ere aturo upon her feet.
-The alarming rumors recently set aflea
concerning the Emperor Napoleon's health,
are ornoiaHy denied. The symptoms of bis
rheumatic affections grow more favorable daily.
An investigation has been ordered to discover
?he authors of the false reports that have been
-Tho Cincinnati Enquirer publishes Gene?
ral BosecraDB' letter, with the remark that it
win be more heartily admired for it* frankness
titan approved fx its wisdom, and i's effect,
. on the whole, wilt be to increase, if possible,
the general joy of the Democrats that Pendle?
ton is' their candidate.
-We aire reformed by "One who koowa,"
, that tbe present Hrs. 0 mmodore Vanderbilt's
maiden name was Crawford. She waa mar
rioetto a Hr. Elliott. She did not live long
with him. Hr. Elliott obtained a divorce from
~Ther on the eround of desertion. She retained
har maiden name, and wa3 married tbe other
ylay to the Commodore.
jr' orrA warehouseman io Macon, Ga., in pack?
ing bia sample cotton recently, dropped a
check fox 1180 in it. The bag was packed
.rubout discovering tho check, and sold to a
- ThrJMsTpm house: It wal resold there to a
factory, and when' the bale was opened the
check waa found and sent to the Philadelphia
1 firm, who returned it to ito owner in Macon,
vd -General Can by recent ly distinctly declared
io a brother of Governor Walker, of Virginia,
his intention and crurpo se to enforo9 the teat
, aaatti'ttpoa tho-member? of the Legislature.
saying Virginia could not be regarded as a
^ Bttttyde fa&o until alter ber senators are elect
ved arri admitted ti their seats. He declined
" ' to say whether he would inaug?rate the Go v
T -arnor elect before Congress meets.
- imcr?cans,enjoy one advantage from liv?
ing nearer the petting sun than Englishmen;
W- get. news here several hours earlier in the
day than they do. The great boat race on ?te
ThMh'Sa yesterday was decided at about tbirty
" ?even minutes past five, Oreen a ich tune,
...where as the result was known, in New York at
: i four miuutes poat one. The real tune occupied
i n the transmission was twenty-three minutes
. and thirteen seconds, tho greater part .of
? aweiob was consumed ir> carrying thr message
on horse back to the nearest telegraph station.
*? .'-aiiThe terms of the following Um'?d 8tates
.aenatWwill expire in 1371. and many of their
succ?s a or-i will be elected during the current
jeAr':. ff. V. M. fattier Georgi J ; ?ich ard Tates,
' min oui; James. W* Grimes, Iowa; Edmund G.
Bqpa, ?ausaa? Themas C AloCreer.v.Kentucky;
Wm. Pitt Feasenden, Haine; Henry. Wilson,
Maaaacbueetta; Jae b ?L Howard, Michigan;
Daniel 8. Norton. Minneso ta; John H. Thayer,
Nebraska; Aaron H. Cragm. New Hampshire;
Alexander O, Cattell. New Jersey; George H.
Wilriama, Oeegon; Henry B. Anthony, Rhode
.- Isiaod; Joseph 8. Fowler, Tenneseee; Wait
s ajurtT. WiBeyyWeat Virginia-total 16.
-A dwpatoh from 'he White Sulphur Springe
* ?tysi "The weather ia still very hot here,
.though, tru^emper?tore lowered considerably
last evening. Accounts received fro n all parts
e of the Stale onoermng the Jrougbt continue
gloomy. Between here and Richmond travel?
lers say there ia literally no coro. Visitors to
* these springs for thirty odd years recall the
.-rabat that m 1888 thora was A severe drought,
% which killed ali the trees on tb? motin tai s. A
' year or two later the dead trunks looked like
the masts of ships, and thsy bavo remaiued
?tandinar until very receitly. Thp drougr t of
1838 was followed bv extreme cold weather,
and a gentleman now here relates tbat on
-teaching Callahan's, oo his homeward journey,
?orne time jo Saotember the water frose m the
: basin in which he had waahed ha hands. A
sodden and violent change of temp?rature is
.predicted, and it would be well for people to
. prepare for it.*
#-Professor Jenkins, in the presence of sn
rramensd crowd of spectators, crossed the
forge below HBtfAirare Wednesday, on
a m ich i ne ot br? own invention, without ve'oci
. pode motion; The m neb me is a bic>cle, and
turned upside down would leaemble in some
.legree a .velocipede, n.e wheels, three inches
\?ffgj? jpt made! heavy, ?nd of wood, w.thout
tires, but ia their places are grooves o-o and
Xhree-quar efcisobea Oeep. The front wheel is
three fae' two monet, and tbe bind wheel two
ice* tan inches ip durne er. Tbeoonneotingroda
laws iron, so also tb* balanoe pole, which is eight
J?aWt Wag and tipped with terff.onnd balls, and
welghw'tw-.niy-eisrht pounds. The whole thing,
arith the man, weighs two hundred and ninety .
eight pounds. The propelliug power ia a
pinion cog wheel, made of brass, about nine
inches in diameter, which ie made to gear to
coga which aurround the front wheel at the
bottom of tbe groove. The two-inch hemp
cable waa fast ?n ed immovably on theAmeri
ova. shore; but on the Canada shore coiled
around a windlass to facilitate tightening. The
deflection of the rope was about thirty feet.
The machine moved slowly forward, the rope
swaying gently from side to side until the rider
bsd passed ont about thirty feet, after which
he orawledulong at a snail's pace to the mid?
dle of the abyss, where he raised and waived
his hat. From the centre to the Ameriean
shore it was evidently bard work to propel the
bicycle. The time occupied in passing over
the rope was j nit eleven tninuteB._
TUESDAY MOBNING, AUGUST SI, 1869.
The News Pri?e Carrent.
To morrow we will publish TUE NSWS
Prioe Current, contaming our usual full and
accurate review of the markets for the
commercial year closing on the 31st instant.
Orders for extra oopies, with or without
oarde, mu9t be left st THE NBWS office by
Radicalism and Anti-Kavdiealisna.
The general eleotions in South Carolina
do not take plaee until the fall of 1870, and
under ordinary circumstances no serious
preparation for the canvass would be made
for some months to oome. There is no
doubt, however, that the Bo public ans are
already - making ready. They are doing
their best to solidify and strengthen their
p ir ty ; for they doubtless feel that the strag?
gle next year will be one of life or death,
and that, defeated then, Radicalism in
South Carolina can never rise again. On
the other hand, the anti-Radicals-nail
them Dem?crata, or South Carolinians, or
Conservatives, as you please-are stirred
by the bustle in the enemy's camp and are
weighing the chanoes of success.
There are but two parties in the State,
and there will be but two parties-the Rad?
ical or Bepubliean party, and the Ant -
Radical party. One of these two parties
must role in South Carolina. The forma?
tion of a Liberal or Conservative Republi?
can party-that is to say, a third party
-would, we firmly believe, make a Radi?
cal triumph a foregone conclusion. But
while we have but two parti is, the one
Radical and the other Anti-Radical, we go
into the fight with as bright a prospeot, as
the most sanguine could desire.
The Radicals have, of course, the advan?
tage of being in power. The Legislature,
the Treasury and the Courts are under their
thumb. Nor will they hesitate to use their
every lever to move the oolored people from
their usual inertness, and to ohm g^e them
from mere voters into active workers for the
party. The militia, with the arms of im?
proved pattern, will be turned to account,
and for the next twelve months every effort
will be direoted to the one end of electing
the whole Radical ticket. The cohesive
foroe of public plunder will stand them in
good stead; they will do their best by soft
words and pretty speeches to win friends
and weaken their opponents.
This is the Radioal party-a party taint?
ed with fraud, robbery and corruption;
which has used its power to enrioh the few
and not to benefit the masses; which bas
filled nearly every State and county ort( e
with irresponsible and ignorant men; wbioh
has taxed the people to excess; whioh has
broken every promise it has made to white
man or negro. Of what will the other
party-the Anti Radioal party-oont-isi ?
It will consist of every man who has been
oppressively taxed; of every man who wishes
tn sae his property secure; of every man
who desires that capital and immigrants
may pom into the State; pr every man who
loves an able exeoutive, a pure judiciary and
an upright and responsible legislature.
The lines for this State contest will be
drawn, not between Republicans and Demo?
crats, as national political parties, but be
tween fraud and fair dealing,/ximvagance
and economy; bei ween The party whose only
aim is to fill the pooketB of its chief men,
and ?he party whioh pledges itself to give
> qual justice and equal protection to every
Olass of citizens.
The Anti Radicals will stand upon a
broad platform. Tuero neei not be a iUw
in their armor; nor is there auy reaso ?
why they should not, witu ease, obtain
enough colored votes tp give them even
more than that respectable majority in the
next General Assembly without which there
is no hope fer all 8outh Carolina.
We are agreed that another General As
sembly like that with whioh we are blessed
would make prosperity impossible. We are
agreed that the Anti Radioals must have at
least a majority in the li en er al Assembly
to be elected next year. Ii these pointe
are only borne steadily in mind for the next
few months, defeat will be well-nigh im?
Thc Appraisement of Property.
The bill to provide for the appraisement
f the real estate in the City ot Charleston,
ntroducea by Alderman Voigt at the last
meeting of Cuy Cum.eil, provides a simple
lan for obtaining ar just vnluutiun of the
real property in me city. Three properly
qualin- d appraisers are to be appointed by
tbe Mayor, and the real estate owners in
eaco ward are to elect two of their number
axillary appraisers for the ward These
auxiliary appraisers, with the appraisers
ppotmed by the etty, form the "Board of
Appraisers of Real Estate" lor 1869-70
The general mle to govern the appraisers
appears to be fair and proper, and the rate
compensation for the Board is moderate
enough. Toe appraisement must be com
et dd by December 31, and an alphabetical
list of all the taxpayers in the city is thtn
be published in book form
Wt- see no obj-c>ion whatever-to the bill,
far as it applies to the appraisement of
real estate. At present, most of the real
estate in the city is valued too high, and.
although for some persons i e valuation will
low enough, the system proposed by
Alderman Yoigt is BO dearly equitable that
lt will leave no room for reasonable com
In addition to the provisions for the ap?
praisement of real property, Alderman
Voigt's bill provides that a censas of the
city population shall be taken, showing the
population of each ward, the number of
males and females, and the number of males
and females of each raoo of twenty-one
years of age and over. The State census
is now taking, and the United States oensus
will be taken next year. Yet, in order that
we may know how we stand and what pro?
gress the city has made, we shall be glad
to begin at once an independent oensus;
provided, only, that the cens?a-takers are
so intelligent and careful as to make the
oensus, when completed, worthy of confi?
dence and trust. The State oensus is tak?
ing in a slovenly way, and a oity oensus on
the same pattern would be a delusion
and a snare. If Alderman Voigt will give
us steady and careful men as census- takers,
his whole bill will deserve public support
and the prompt approval of Council.
Mr. G. W. WATERMAN, a brother-in-law
of Governor Scott, will begin work on the
Dick's Creek Tunnel, Blue Ridge Railroad,
next Wednesday. Waterman is the man
who, about the time of awarding the con?
tract, said that "his brother Robert had
"South Carolina in a sling." Robert is
p lying him baek.
THU New York Herald, of Saturday, review
icg the market of the previous day, says :
"Southern securities were dull but strong. The
market is firm on account of the flattering cot?
ton prospects of the South. THE CHARLESTON
NEWS says that the twelve cotton States ?ill
this year show more true prosperity than any
other section of the world, and shows that this
year's cotton crop will amount to 3,000,000
biles, and that the average valne or all the
crops will amount to sixty-four dollars per
head or the population. South Carolina is
doing even better than this average, and will
yield this year products worth 150,000,000, or
an average of about 175 per n>ad. The rice
crop of Louisiana is estimated this year at not
less tba>n 70.000 barrels. Before tbe war the
average was not above 10,000 barrels. The fol?
lowing were the closing prices tor the leading
bonds: Tennessee, ex-oonpon, 6Lt,a6lj; do. new,
DstyeMf; Virginia, ex-coupon,, 55a55f ; do. new,
58?aG0; Georgia sixes, 83 bid; do. sevens, 91a
92}; North Carolina, ex-coupon, 55?a56; do.
new, 494<50; Missouri sixes, 87*87?; do. Hanni?
bal and HU J oe 2 ph, 92 ?33; Louisiana si: es, 71a
73; do. levee sixes, 65i65|; do. do. eights, 841
85; Alabama eights. 93a94; do. fives, 62 bid."
-rei m? is
A WASHINGTON dispatch to the New York
Evening Post is as follows : "There is tba very
best authority for saying that the pro?
position made by tho United States
authorities to Spain to settle the Cuban ques?
tion by disposing of the island to the Cubans,
this oonntry guaranteeing payment of the
bonds, has not met with any favor at Madrid.
Tue auBwer of the Spanish Government to the
proposition was made, however, in the most
courteous and friendly manner, but consisted
of a firm refusal to entert a h any offers of medi?
ation. It is not, perhaps, generally known that
tho Spanish Government, since the revolution
a year ago, has bad no regularly accredited
Minister at Washington. Senor Lopez Roberts,
who represented Spain here under the reign of
Isabella, was directed, when the new govern?
ment was organized to remain, here tempo?
rarily until the internal affairs of Spain could
b * so arranged as to permit the Foroign Secre?
tary to give his attention to the reorganizing
of the diplomatic corps. It is- now believed in
diplomatic circles that Mr. Roberts has re?
ceive! his credentials as the representative ot
the new Spanish Government, and that he will
THE reports received at the Department or
Agriculture since I he first of August indicate
a decreasoof the corn crop, in comparison aith
the product of 1868. The diminution of the
corn orop in some sections is partly made np
by an rici eased product in several States, in?
cluding New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Dela?
ware, and the gross increase in the cotton
crop will be diminished by a reduction in the
product of North Carolina, Tennessee, South
Carolina and Alabama.
HIGH SCHOOL. OF < MAU KS row -
Tbe Exercises ri this Institution will be re?
sumed on MONDAY. September (1th. Thorough in?
struction given in L ATI V, Git I. CK, Flt .-.NC H. G" B
MAN. MAIBEMAIICS, and the hi.ber branches ol
Xena*-gil j or quarter, payable iu advance.
No extra charte for F HENCH, GERMAN or STA?
W, R. KINOMAN, A. M., Principal.
V U, DIBBLE, A lt., Fir-t ASSIS.ant
H P. F?KQAS. . M., Fren h Master.
W. a. DhaS, Esq., Oermiu Master
August 80 ie
MU?. KOWARI) B. W HI i i > ?ft G.
HUB AND FKEN<:H BOAliDINU- Si'HoOL
t rt Y UNO LaDIES, removed to No. ft9 West 42d
street, opposite Reservoir Park. Sew York "'itv.
Rete.-enees: Bit-hop Putter, Nsw York; Hishop
Dins out i. Carolin i : Rev. W. I. Braotly. Atlanta,
ua ; Protessor Henry, nadthsomin las i tute ; (loue?
rai Wade Ham J.on souih Carolina; W.W. Corcoran,
Wushiu-1 T. D C.; Presid nt Middle on Charleston
C?H*-CAT weor i birles I av es. New York; W Gil?
more, pimms, booth carolina; Pro e?sor bartlett,
West Point Military Academy.
Angust 24 nae 0
Ft RM A < CMVf..mn, G M BC K <*
VILLE, R. C.- I he next se sion or thin INSTI?
TU? ION will open the 15;h eplember, and continue
fort? weiks <n hout intermission.
Three years' -cholsrshios may be ob'alned coud
ttoneo on the payment of thirty loIUrs auuudly
for turee years, sud entitling tba holcer of a schol?
ar-hip to the tuition of o e pu ul in all the regular
.?cbnols, rn the payment of the incidental fee of Are
dmlars. except to holders of scholarships, the
charge for tuition fo- tbe vear wul be sixty dol?an,
sud five dollars for inctde'iial exoenses. For in?
struction io Practical chemistry, or m Modero * ali?
gnasses, there will ne an extra chargj, to bo regula?
ted by the size ot the class
Tbe legnlar Sefaoo s embrace Mathematics and
Meebamcal Philosophy, P otessor JUD-ON; La nu
Languige and Literature Protessor r ABER; Gr-e!;
LauQ-uage Professor MHB; Chemistry and Na u
ral Philosophy. Pmfe-sor H vBRls; ozlc. Rh torie,
an Intelectual sad Moral Philosophy, Protessor
Dr. r'AULE will instruct m Germao, French ana
Gcoi Boarding, exclusivo r.f lights and washing,
cati be obtained nt about $15 per mjuth
Catalogues . r -cholarship- on be uti riced by nil
i reading tuc J t:L> ?efl h er
J ME C. I DBM Ail
Augusi 23 18 President.
j ia? aflu?.
JAMES H. WILSON,
BANKER AND BROKKR,
Rt?. 5 Broad-street.
670CKS, BOND- AND GOLD BOUGHT A>D
carri d, or sold short lu N. vr-\ ork < n ti? gins.
Dl^POSlT-i received an! Interest allowed.
1 X "ii ANGE, STU B>, BUNDS, GOLD. ML VER,
COTJPt'Ns AND r.SCUBBENl BANK NOTE4,
bought ard sold on current rates and on commis?
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to.
DRAFT* for ?ale of ?1 and upwards on England,
ireland Pans and Berlin. fnlQ Jul? 3o
! J_> A N K. K K S ,
STOCK ANO KS CH A NOE BliUKKBS ANL UVB
CHANTS, wiahin? Cb;-ks, Blanks, Letter Beads, or
Job Printing of acy description, cn get their older?
ailed promptly and in the neatest ?.tyle, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWa JOB OFFICE, No.
WA WT KD, PH OTOO R APH S TO CO LOK
IN THE LATES! H1YLE. Cider? promptly
attended to If accompanied with written directions
a? to Hair, Eyes. Bibbon, 4c. and left at No. 179
EA M BAT, or FOGARTIE'S Circu?a dug Library in
Bend of King-street tntM*_August 31
WAVTKD. A SIN GL k KLDBRLY WO?
MAN to tn ind ch i ldcen. Apply at No. 28
BETD STREEl, between 19 and 2 o'clock.
WANTED, FIVE OR SIX G OOO BM.
BROIUhH? WOBKtE?. Applicants Will
plea-e brins sampiea of their work to MoLAIN'S
LADIES' EMPORIUM. No. 138 King-street, near
Calhoun. BlutbS Angust 28
SIX HUNDRED HANDS WAKTKD, FOR
work on the Brunswick and Albany Railroad,
Georgia. Wagra one dollar and twenty-five oenls
(81 25j pet day. Free transportation out For fur?
ther particular?, apply at the corner of Vanderhomt
and Coming streets, or at Forest Bouse, No. 190
Klna-sireet, of GIORGE L. PBATT. J. F. HER
OKR. Agent B. and A. B. B.
WANTKD. A COMPETENT AND RE?
LIABLE MA A, a Coppersmith and Tur?
ner, accustomed to Railroad work. Good wages and
steady employment Address C. COLLINS, Master
of Machinery, A. and G. Railroad, Savannah, O?.
August Su _6
WANTED, TWO IIOOMS, IN A RE?
SPECTABLE neighborhood. Address ..R,"
at th's Offica, stating terms, immediately.
G"OD S ?-'KV AN T??. WHITE AND COL?
ORED, can be obtained by ay ply lug to EM?
PLOY M EN i OFFICE, No. 50 Queen-stteet.
WANTED, x YOUTH FROM 18 to ?0
years old, who would be willing to make him?
self generally useful as derk in a store in Union ville,
fi. 0. Address POsTOFFICE BOX, No. 17. Union
C. H., B.C. Angustia
dh Of WATCH FREE TO EVEKY
??Of.) AGENT I Business ontlroly new. Aoents
making fortunes I Address C.S. M. CO., BIDDE
FORI, MAINE. Imo PAC August 21 J
WANTED, BV A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in some Cotton Mill south or South?
west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should select WEaVINO as a
choice. I arti es wiahing to engage sacha person
will please address a note, atating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY. No. 118 Mate-street Boston. May 21
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO SUB
Y* SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBE A RT.
CHARLES C. SIGHTER'S Selbct Library of Nen
Books containa all of the latest publications.
April 21_ Ko. 161 KING-STREET.
CHINESE LABOH ERB.-PARTIES
wlshtng to employ large or small numbera of
CHINESE LABORERS, way make the necessary
arrangements for procurirj? gangs of ala?- required,
delivered in any part or tb? country, by application
to KOOPMANaCHAAP, San Francieco, California.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO HC NOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, ts eiccat. d promptly In the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prlcea, at 1 BOX
NEWS Job office, Ko. 119 EAST BAT Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your orders
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, hy Robert stewart, V. cw, ot Miss,
i he wore covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment or horses and mules,
both in aie SHCSS and health. It has won Ita way tc
popular favor, -and ia t>day the most popular and
best celling Horse Book out. Address C. F. VEN i,
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* March 19
TO R K NT, THE HOUSE Ne?. 10 VE lt
KON-STHfitCT, with seven rooms and doubli
i liaza, and gas Lhrou hunt. Puco 818 per month
In mire ut No. 3(J AMHKft U'-BTRKfcT.
August 31 _tuth2*
TO RENT, THE PLEASANTLY SITU
ATID three aud a half story BfcSlDENCE, N >
59 >mHb ? s trent, near Yanderhorat. Apply at No. I
LI BE KIT-Si BEET._3*_Aagns' 31
REAL KSTATE AGENTS, A Ni? O' ?EK:
having bouses to rent, can have tbeir Placards
ac. printed at the lowest rates and In the newe*
and neatest atvles of tvpe, at THE NEWS JOB OF
HUE, No. Iii last Bay
FIR SALE_THREE COUNTERS ?0
30 and 18 feet long, with turned | oat, <o
sale. Apply at No. 78 BROAD STREET.
August 31_ 2?
fJNOR SA 1 K, 1100 AC lt ES OF Wt- LI
F TIMBERED L?ND in lower p riot tsarnw-J
Count , ?ix miles from "'oath . disto River. Term
mad* very low For particulars, andres. De. O. ?
?Uno, Graham's Turnout, O.S. B. B.
AugU<t 20 ' D*0 38
AT PR I VAT K SAL?:. AT No. 3* M ? ll
KRr--TBEF.r, neir Meeting, one DoNKt?
<*O? Cart and Harness. Will be sold on Tuesday
31 -1 Uns'ant. Can be seen between the hour* of 9 *
M and 3 P. M. 2* August CO
AT P ll 1 V A T R SALE, THAT FINI
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corne
calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Ap,.ly Ol
PREMI ES._fL?tu_January 21
SAND ANO GRAVEL FOR SALE Al
low rites at MARSHALL'S WHARF.
August 20 Imo
FOR SALE, FOUR McCtRIHY MOL
LEE wINo, second hand, but little used
1 Prem um Farm Grl?t Uli, "Proseus" Patent
1 Hand-power feel Grist Mid
i8 Plough!?, of varied and mo.-t approved pattorue
all but little used, an 1 at low prices
1 Cotton b eater
1 Four-hone Power steam togine, recond band, ii
poo i condition.
Apply to < A MERON, BARKLEY ACO.,
Nor beast corder Meeting aud Cumberland streots
August 9 Imo
FOIl SALK, THE DKSiltAULK H Kell
DiN. E. near Hampstead Mall-the Hons,
and Lot, No. 81 America-street, one door south p
Biak-, ou cast ?Ide of ?aid s'rect i he Lot measure
in fronton \nio-ic.-stree: 65 feet 6 inche?, tn ilcptl
150 feet, m TC or lc<?, with the r-ar poriiou ol th
lot on the south, sav - leet - inclus. On th
pro" lie? 1- a suostantially .?ulit Iwo-anrf-a hall nor;
wooden welling o a brick foundation containini
five squire loom?, with gas futu'-. s n o<der, i
dre-.sm.' i oom, pantry .md fluisUed attics, and >ou
ble parta, all -overe . with heavy tin lately repatui
e . and u piivate stairway; also, a t*o story Ki'cher
with tem oom?, a .oachbuuse. stable and H .y lott
Ac; a]>-oan exre: sive eisten, buln with a fllteiini
wa l, am a'gocd wei ot cbo:c- spring water, eacl
turai-hsl ulta a modern u np. An open lenee it
iront, wita ev r-reen hedge, also fl?wer ?arden ii
front, extensive vine ot eui ce grapes now in ful
blaring, v-gotahie gardeu and fruit trees compris
irs swtict cringe, neeta lue. peach, plum, fig, ste
The reign or Hood is note: lens as a he .1 thy location
Possession can be g.veu immediately.
Fir terms, fcc. a ply to EbWwtD C. THaBDJ
No. 8 Gnion-sheet, near Old Posioti.ee or on th
premiss. August 19
AUCTION KEKS, BltOKK II*. ?NI
others wishing ". or Sale" Placards, buainei
carJs or other Job Printing executed with neat
n? ss and dispatch, wilt coonilt their Interest by lea?
lng their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
Uj Eas I Bay._
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS ti
any quantity I "rice 76 cents per hundred
' he cheapest wrap mu.' paper that can be rued. Ap
Dlr at tb? o m e e of THE N?W?. March 1
1B8I MD J0U???.
LO t r, A SHALL MEMORANDUM
HOOK, between Market aud Yanderhor.fs
What. No u e to any one but the owner, A snlta
ble nward will be giren ifleftat 1HIS OFFI E.
??Uiru-: 31 1*
FIFT% DOLLA KS ltE?Viitt?._iX>'>iT
on the 22d inst ouiBLViE HOti" MU E
anon flvo yo rs ol i, with w.mc nose, n fi order
ioaciiid and, tnmurvl abour six weeks ugo. whit,
huir? on bis bick, the minti ot J cart saddn:. 1 h<
alwv rowartl a.11 be paid fe-.ihn with evid-nce t(
convict the thief, if sto!eu, and f takt-o op twenty
five DoJaiswiil be paid f r hi? ile ivery to ''LAG
HORN, HKUBiMti 6 CO, .Lvonituodation Whar;.
Ewnova? .-THE u?o ts KS I G N EC
ta espleasa ? iiannsunci'ig io bis pifrom
i ui lie ha* removed his So.la Water M nufjeton
from No. S62King-*treec to No 66 IJA-bL -1 KE? ,
between A ieoj-s m t and East Bay. "i hank ng
hil n ids and lusiomrrs for the llneril patron
a/e bo-t iwed ui?n um a toa o.d Staad, he ho,.Ci
to leceiv? th? same In t ;e sam . inea.u e at his new
PU?- c r. KOtt>AHKLK..
-oiaWjtiT.Miuufac -i rv.
August ?6 Hialu3* No SO Hasel-atroeL
PHILIP SCH' CK ?I A N, DE I LE ? IN
WUt>TkD AN^i HUMMING-, bas re.uoved
tuhUtoriaer htore, No 2U KI G-sU:rE I, OD, O
site Uasei-atrue^ August aa
^\ 11.1.1 s o< i li i ?UL. A.
PAtiTOba, COMMISSION ai?Rt.a*Njfc
WILL AlTiNDTO THK PUECHASr, BATS ASL
8aiPl!k"NT (tu Foreign ?na Domestic Ports) ot
COITOS. ETOl, LC? BER AND NAVAL STOP.Et?
ATLANTIC WH4EF. Charlestcn. H. 0.
t^'LLlS.^ B. CHI?(>L2l
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.
THE REGULAR MEETING WILL BEHELD AT
Booth Carolina Ball, Meeting-street, THIS EVE
NIKO, at trignt o'clock. Members are earnestly te
quested t J come forward, In crder that the report of
the Committee ou the Ky-Laws may ba acted on.
HOBEBT GORDON, secretary pro tem.
MERCANTILE OU-OPEKAT1VE AS90
SuCIAIION, OF CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
THE FIRST ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THU
Association will be held at the Hall of the Wash?
ington Fire Company, on MONDAY, Otb September,
at Eiirht o'clock P. M , at wh cb time an eleotion
will be held for a Board of Directors in accordance
with Article VIII of the Constitution.
L. 0. HENDRICK',
Aug'ittSl tuths3 Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT.
VV. GEO. GIBBS, Agent,
No. 255 KING-STREET, COBNEB OF BEAUFAIN.
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized tn 1 8 59.
ALL POLICE 3 NON-FOBFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND DO (FIFTY) PER CH NT.
Polices tn force.925.000,000
Annual Income. 800,00t
Losses Paid. 500,00(1
W. H. PECKHAM, Presidont,
Wit T. BOOKER, Vice-Pr?sident.
L. McADAH, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superlutendml.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New Yjrk.
Hon. JAKES HARPED, Firm of Harper A Brea., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CBANB. President Bank Republic.
WK M. VERMILYE, Banker (Vermllye k Co.)
CHAS a. ROOKWOOD. Cashier Newark Banking Com
Hom GEORGE OPDYBB, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. .M OHO AN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Themas Rigney k Co.
V.ENJ. 1). HEB HAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su
gar Refining Company.
AABOST ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Con-table k Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmoro k liowne, Lawyers,
i: V. HAUOHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout k Co.
WK* WILE ENS, Firm of W. Wilkeus k Co.
JCLIUS H. PBATT. Merchant.
WK. W WRIGHT. Merchant.
CHAS J. -TABB, Merchant.
WILLIAM xLLi.N, Merchant.
GEO. W. CDTLEB, Baulcr, i*alrayra, N. I.
GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire Instil
JOHN G. hHEHWooD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fi th Avenue ant
EDWABP H. WBIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE. Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GfcOltGE Iv E i n
GENER.-.L AGENT FOR 80U1H CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BEEN3TJERNA. rxamiuing Physician,
GENERAL AGENT FOE CHARLESTON.
i flirt No. '403 King-street,
CH ARLESTON, 8. (
Janus ry 12_nae_lyr
g U U T H JE K N
LIFE INSURANCE COMP AN 1
PURELY A SOUTHbBN INSTITUTION.
Assets Joly 1, 1S09.?510,0(1
DTVU'END DECLARED.FORI Y PER CENT
IN^URKS LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUST
AND PAY-> LOJ.HE*. Its principal business is wit
southern Mites, and to them it appeals for patrol
age. lt baa ample means to fully protect policy-hok
en and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON. Piesld-nt.
B. H. HILT., A. H. COLQOITT, Viet-Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MORRIS, Secretary.
BOARD OF DIBBCTOB8.
Atlanta. Ga.-JOHN B. GORDON, A. AUSTELL, E. v>
HOLLAND. J. F. ALEXANDEB, J. H. CALLA WAX, J. ll
Athens, Ga.- D. C. YANCEY, BENS. H. HILL, BOI
EST 1 BOXAI
Columbia, R. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Aogusls, Ga -C H. PHINIZY EDWAUD THOMAS.
M*diPon, Ga.-D. E. I'UTLXB.
\ abington. Ga.-ROBEBT TOOMS:.
Cntr.bert, Ga -B. J SMITH.
Newton, fla -A. H. ( OLQUTTT.
Charlnttc. V. C.- Wit JOHNSTON.
Allendale S f! -H. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N. <".-W. i. CALDWELL.
J. tl. -MILL Kit, General Agent,
A rac ?TA. GA.
S. V. TL'PPEI.', Itcsident Agent,
. MARLESTON. 8. C.
II. W DESA?S-URE M. T>., Medical Examiner.
Aurust IS mo 2u>ns
Si ID i Ri] ??:\)UK5.
rpm; L'Ai I Vis; lt SAIL KAVoitlTE,
WILLCOX ?SE GIBBS'
SILENT SEW li G MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI
VALLI-D LS a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, anti
has taken the place of over forty double thread ma<
ch.c s (u this city, Beliablo Agents wanted m ut
larg? to? ns m the y to te.
D. B. liASELTO-Y,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
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TOGARI lE'iS BOOK DEPOSITORY.
No. 2C0 KiLg-street, (in ihe bend, i Charleston S.O.
May 14 i-ac stuth6mo?
1 L, I, I A .Tl AI. LAWTON,
Factor and Commission merchant,
Po 10 BOYCE'S WHARF.
EXT BA HEAVY SEA ISLAND BAGGING AND
TWINE FOR SALE. Advances made on Produce in
hand. thara Au?u?t 2C
(groceries an* JkMsc?mm.
KKAA BUSHTLS PRIME WHITE U.VR?
OOUU LAND COEN, In bulk, ppr Schoo??*
?Wenonah." For ?ale by T. J. KEBB at 00.
Augnat 3X _1
1 AA BARRELS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR
LUU ISO b?rrela Choice Saper Floor,
landing and for aale by
August 31 1 B. A- A. p. CALDWELL.
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE LOT OF NORTHERN
APPLES per tteatnahlp Falcon, foi ty barrels
of a choice selection of Northern Apples, which
will be sold low, by JOHN F. O'NEILL & J ON,
Augustin_No. 167 Hast Bay.
ff) pr DALES HEAVY OUNNT CLOTH, TH
Zr) Store, and for sale by
August 31 6_No. 101 East Bay.
FLOUR! CORN ! OATS !
A AA SACK?? CHOICE FA MI LT AND EXTBA
4:UU FLOUB-"CAMP.-EN MILLS."
300 bb:?. Northern Flour-Family, Extra, Super
100 bbls. Tennessee Flour.
1000 BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN.
2000 BUSHELS PKIMT? OATS,
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
1 f\f\ BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH. FOB
11)\J sale to arrive, by
August 27 K. LAFITTE Jr CO.
1 er A PIECES "EWAN'.N" PURE HEMP DU&
LOU DEE SBA ISLAND BAGGING, iff Inches,
1Htb pounds yard
30 pieces Dundee Bagging, 15 inches. 1!? pounds
50 pieces Dundee Bagging, 16 inches, \%th pounds
26 pieces Dolphin Manufacturing Company gea
Island Bagging ?y,ih pennas yard.
For sale by W. C. BEE A 00.
August 21 _
er r\ HHDS. CHOICE WESTBBN C. R. SLOES
OVJ 19 hhds. Choice Western Shoulden
20 hhds. Clear Sides
40 boxes D. K Shoulders
' 16 hhds. (Lotee D. ni c. B. Sides
60 boxes Long Clear side?
20 boxea Cumberlaads
16 tierces Choice b. C. Hams
76 bags Choice Bio Coffee
60 bbls. Extra "C" Sugar
15 bbls "C" Yellow sugar.
In Store, and for sale low by
J tF KO RDS k 0?..
August 21 (uthsS _Vendae Baage.
?SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH,
OF EXTBA WEIGHT, FULL WIDIH AMD FINE
qnaliiy. for sale by C. N. bUBEBT,
Angustio thstu6_No. H East Bay.
JUST BECEIVED AND VOE BALE, WHOLE?
SALE AND BETAIL, by Dr. H. BAEB, No.
131 M EETTNG-STRKET
WOLF'rt SCHIEDAM .-(IHNAPPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's soothing syrup
Perry Dana' Painkiller
Mexican Mustang Liniment
Peery's Dead Shot, kc, kc, Ac,
June 26 *tuUi
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTBAFINLPURE ULD \
IN ORDER TO FACH IT ATE THE bUPPLY OF
OURPUBfcOLD ONONG * BELA RYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GtBDTS A
CO. our Agents, wno by tnt* arrangement, are en?
abled to snppty the trade st pikes which aili insure
aatlalacrton. H 4 H. W. OATH EB WOOD.
H. ow H. W. CATHBKWOOOD'S
EXTBA FINS PUBS OLD
fA BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
OU WHISKIES, consis?ngof X,XX.XIX,XXXI,
and NECT AR and CABINET BBaNDS, and also af
Now landing, and fer sale low by
H. GERDTS st CO.,
June 12 8tutb3mo No. East Bay.
Gi NM CLOTH,
ON THK SPOT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale ty
August20 GPO. S. TRE>HOLM A SON.
NEW Y<iKK BAGGING,
DIM BLE AN! HOM BKANO.
THE STANDARD WEIGHT 2%@2%. THE
standard w'dtb full 44 inches.
It is wider, closer stronger, and affords better pro?
tection tor the ? mire covering ot Ufe Cotton bale
than any other n use
We sell at manunxturor'a price and expeates laid
down here, A supply always on hand.
WILLIAM ROACH A 0Q,
August ? V?l^_Agents.
FORSALE, WHOLES ILE AND RETAL, BT
- -Dr. H. BAEB,
June 26 No. lti Meeung-street.
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