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. Address T vsRIORD??r'DA.W"30N A CO.,,*C
_ j No. lW^ast foy. Charleston, J<fe.\
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?HON. R. fe. "CARPENTER op'!(!?H>?ttLESTON'.
AttenUon^ dlr^ctelTto the changes niade
rln the apboia^ntifor Public Meetings, a t..
which the moJi/R. BTCa^?nter and' General
JL C. Bu|w' wfll va?dT'e.v^tUerp?opie^/'The
dlstlanow/M^iiiows^^ rr r"7>
: Lexlng^n.C<?a??ioSs^| Tu^ay^fS^uftg^
Laurens] Saturday, Aflgus??^ S
colrimbii? Taesd?r, Aflfeuet leT* ?\s
Wlnnsoo^'y^?dnesdaj, August 17. ^
Chester CQ?rthouse, Fr&ay, August 19. ^
Broad R^er, Chester Coflnty, Saturda^-io
^.^?08120. j. ??? -><^ "*?*"'
YorlcviU*, jlbTmSrQug^nit 22: y' gji;} :
?Rock Hip-Tuesiay, Aug'tWa*^-^
'band's Ffcr?l, Wednesday, August 24.
".Liberty Hffl,'Satiirday\ August 27w._ ^
CamdeajKonday, August 26.""^
?umter, Wednesday, August 31. / \ ^
Gadsden) Friday^p'uenrtWrjg .
DarHngi?a-.i>3i?6n^ii3c, Wnday. September
- Chesterfield JlJurtliousu^-iPfeia^dayJSep
:ten*ber7thk /' ?1 S W ?
? - Bennettsvllle^rlday; September 9tn\ U jfe?
FIorencftiS?iturt^?e^na^ciaVth. ' g
. ??.} - llarlon Oo^ilouse, Moaday^Septenrner
3?h, / jf " y
- Kings tre ?, We?nesdav^g?p tera ber Ut h.
; Manning FriAy^^September l?tjk-'1'
4)rangeburg C^mouse^September 19th.
.Barnwell! Qjortiraase;September 21st.
White Hffi'ljO^plig^tember 23d.
Other appos?t ment 3 will be announced" frwu
.?me to timb.J Applications for speakers and '
- afl communJcif ons intended1* for the State Ex
-ecatlve Coininitee of the Un lim Reform party
must be at?rSbadto the Secretary, E. W.
?ttels, Es4i.Co!|pj?fti?v&^ _j_!
.sltwa OF THE bj. r.
-rio. .Vewr5'ork, yesterday, coito n closed dull
weak, ttold closed weak at lSiaiSj.
.-In* Liverpool, yesterday eveulng^.cotton
.t?c-sed a.ctlve, with" an upward tendency; up
*'-TBe Kew Ybfk papers say the principal
.hotel and'res tau rant keepers have completed
?tfce "organization of the "Consumers' I?e Com
?taj," the 7c?bject being to speedily break
-down the Tee monopoly now. existing In that
. 'l-Joh? T.^.t?exanderi the great minol3 farm?
er, owns tJilrty-foiu: thousand acres ol land
worth $1,635.OOO,'has $50.000 worth of imple
' ine nts, pays 176,800. wages annually, and sold
:?LS? year '$493,400 worth of live stock,.besides
; ; -Strenuous efforts are making to have thc
President pirdon General O'Neil, the Fenian
leader, who was recently co a vlei ed .at Wind
*r,'-Yt., and among those working, to secure
tila pardon are ?? vera! members of. Congress
-a?d promInentpersons, who argue that the law
?JUa been fully -vindicated by4 the ve rd lc t pf
goftyf"^fficn satlsfles' the ?hjgllsh Govern
.ment, and tl ie refore no International question
vwt? be involved by his pardon.
. ^JAntepg th? new schemes lately brought to
the u?tice of English 'capitalists is one under
.ttoiiirHUtle of -'.The, Phospho-Guano Company,"
-With> capital, of ?400,000. in 15,000 A., or pre
lferenUal redeemable shares, ot ?10 each, and
?.000' B., or ..ordinary shares, of ?10 .each,
the object ia to purcha&e and extend the bunl
~4"^B;|1!^cj^Ji?";]^n cajriec] 0n by Messrs.
Je^r.d^Ma^.'Bok . The/ sources of supply
'delude U10 various Islands':hi the Pacific, and
the whole of the phosphatlc deposits on Willl
jaan's Island, near Charleston.
r.i-^The herculean preparations for war ou a
aiore gigantic scale In Europe has completely
?v?rahadowed: the recent victories recently
won by the struggling Cuban insurgent*. The
ratest mail advices Irom Havana say that'thc
?Sj?^lar?s'antr.Mhsurgenis have measured
a?treugth with varying results, generally in the
'Jiwm oFskirmishes, the Insurgents' generally
. ?being victoriotrs. The Spanish losses In killed
* and wounded were quite heavy. , The greatest
Wow.totbe- Insurgents was the- I0B4 of General
I?ovma!, near Majari, for he was unquestlon
aWy lielr best o-aiier operating In the Eastern
.-Department-a man of great activity, of flue
abilities, and an adornment to any cause.
. -Thfl-perllous leap of Frank Thorne, in But
fido, KT Y.,jBrom the top-pf Watson's elevator,
AS*.ruclur??35 feet In he'ght, into the dock,
-00 Wednesday.last, . was witnessed by at least
twenty thousand persons ol all ages, sizes and
?exes.-' Frve o'clock was the hour named for
the foolhardy Jump, and a quarter of an hour
later the Impatient crowd were stilled into
? breathless silence as Thorne made his appear?
ance, attired only In a red-flannel breech-clout
and a pair of. light calfskin boots, on the edge
of tho roof and looked down into the water be?
ne a th, preparatory to throwing himself from his
dangerous position. After sitting for a few mo?
ments 10 thoroughly compose himself, he stepp
-edout upou a frail platform extended fromljie
(bullung and advanced to tts extreme edge. He
Aw^ce waved his hand: to the people so anx
? ousiy and nervously watching him, and then
.arcing out Into the air. The leap was fairly
?Mido; and for about a quarter of the distance
down he^eseended.-.SBEv.ery nearly an erect
position; t?t?t3*ha?|.jfeay down, to the horror cf
^tbe^ectators, heVgra?ualiy turned forward,,,.
anOt.-?ast struji the "water upon his right
side, wjth a tremendous and horrifying cjqp
cussloji? the;descent occupying four and a half
'seconSsT" A rush o?-boats immediately toole
place toward the spot where he went down.
For a few seconds t??? surface of the water
waTcalmand unruffled," many exclaiming, "he
will never come ap again;" but just as an ex?
pert 8wtmmeroTrhouTdrone of the" boats was
about to dive for the rash adventurer, he ap?
peared again to view, was seized upon by per
jons Jn the^boat, and j^rrbjd. ashjo^i^W^eji.
taken into the elevates he .fell powerless to
the floor, drlpping#Kh^hi3?blood, which the
shock had .focped. Out tjSrougn tee skhvof his
right slde^-am'and.thtghs, thedeftjegjhavlng
apparently, been advanced a lillie in front of
.the other *as>he stnick. ~'ihe>'hock to hi?sys>
tem was indeed*'?ost terrible one, yet he is
; though t to b?ye sustained no severe internal
Injuries; "tr?'rals^ caused hy
the rupture orcJhe'sm??? capolarles of the,
lungs. He will probably be a longMime in re~
covering,his usual health, and hts condition
^wilillkelybe such as to/rend?r his proposed
.suicidaliteap at Nlagai^^fts,'?? th6^?3th,.an
m?posalMitrr\',,^T ''' ' \ r?~} * %
- \ . = - jj T>
l*?V por Ww Map,
NThe map w^ich w^tpngsent to our readers
\upouNtlle .f?bt page oF to-day'ScNEws, ia
"?.cludes, eome^atiu'detail, the whole region
now, c^l^eiy^-beco^ev^he scened mili;'
?%arv^and aavaUop^rationi ia- tile pe nd ?Og
Fra^co-P/u^au^ar. <The"??ale iaJdrty-iour
^Ues tothe- kwb^?mon^?eTJC^iG?nVrr^
.?tie.Bhine frontier,'-which will be found
clearly ??signatcd, are t?aarbruckeno&ud
*^eissenbiirg,\h;erscnne3 ofjthe bloody en
.^unters/between-'the Pn^si?rift an?Hhe.
right and left wings of the French army on
J^tj^^ydjj?fc^ Hagenau, jj?ie po\?t at wbicli
^the right, nn$rlf?M^n(wai^^
ba?l< ; and Bitsche, arjoimd vrh ic rV^dje ret rsat-.
*ing forces w?re said p b?coace%trate&;-The
map also tho Warthe coast of theB?ltlC fr'?rh"
,|^?rg^ti?et"S?h?e3Wig ?rontl?r, and f he
'wb^i^oasi^ft?e* Norla'Sea, jfroV a point
.north of. the month of tho Elbe to^ie^pe.
The position oLLont?oi? Paris] andTnextiief
03 of Austria, Prussia,. Bohemia^ and the"
'North and'South Gennan'Statee is ?ndkatatl;
the wb ole Of- c or theastern Franc ?Ts J n cly d efl
jn tbe inap,'but it ia only iiiheMoselle alofi..
> ' I 1 Sri
Rhinei districts-of France,- Ehenlsh:-Prussia,
. Iliienf9b}Bayur?u.and Baden, that an attempt
naVbeen made to reader Jhe mapy-a .cora
j>!ete,one;vshowing the. smaller and. less im?
portant ?places. ' In this, the moat interest?
ing quarter^ we thintf it m\ be foun^eafli-^
?ciqntly fail,; and a'" valuable aid.to- tb* study
of the daiiyvdlspatche>-'''The variations ic
the spelling orn?mes and placa? could not
be inserted without confusion. Mainz on the
tnap-.ts also Doth-Mentz and Mayence, hc^'
* ?. Jr" v-"v' S*\&i
cording to the^m?igue in which writers speak
0^.? -Tr?vefe7 ab \be map is;^?'*Trf?r*Hr
GerniM^arid S|'e^.??'t he-map "te^p^?r
Spires"'! n Fj^?chr'"~ci)tner variations, of
whioh these^?m buwsalnpl??.'wflniccur^'
everrjontvJ \'f/\ / /
"TJie ma^ec^ujresi'^but little- expl?jiat^an^
"Tiie^ heavy.HaraJ^en lines%represen?lh??boun^i
?oops^hem showj^'coju^???d railways.
The I?ghT l?i??s indicate commonHroadslind*
rivers, the differences between which are
sufficient to distinguish them. Fortified
towns ara marked by a flag.
The principal object in a war map, os we
understand it, is to give, in as fall detail as
i? possible without crowding, the points,
large and small, in theMmmediate vicinity of
tbe probable scene of conflict, supplementing
it by an exhibition in skeleton of the sur?
rounding country, showing only the impor?
tant tower, rivers, roads and boundaries.
This ls at all events the principle on which
our map has been engraved. We are con?
fident that it will be found sufficiently full in
all essential particulars for the country that
is likely to be Ute seat of war, according to
the latest advices. It bas been edited arith
care, and may be relied upon for substantial
The Advice itt the New Torie World to
the Southern People.
With very few exceptions, the Democracy
of South Carolina are working, with might
and main, for the success of the Beform
movement They'know that unless the State
Government be reformed, they and theirs
will be reduced to beggary, or driven into
exile; and they will exert their whole force
of hand and brain, in behalf of that parly
which pledges justice and equal rights to all
classes, and a pure and capable administra?
tion to the whole State. The Union Reform
party demands of the Democrat nothing
more than a recognition of the accomplished
fact3 of Congressional reconstruction-the
emancipation aud enfranchisement of tbe
colored people. Tukii;g this recognition of
existing laws as the broad platform upon
which all classes, and ail colors, may stand,
the Reformers go befor? the State upon tho
plain issues of honesty igaiust dishonesty,
purity against corruption, intelligence
against ignorance and vice. Party politics
have no direct bearing upon the canvass.
Tho National Democrats and the Union
Republicans, without sacrificing either prin?
ciple or consistency, can join hands and
make the fight together. Every honest Re?
publican knows, by the declarations of his
party journals in the North, that he i3 not
sustaining Republicanism when be votes for
Ransier and Scott. The clique, which ?3 de?
nounced in Thc Nation, and whose leaders
are Scott and the man whom the New York
Tribune call3 the "jail-bird Whittemore,"
is not the Union Republican party ; and that
party will no longer accept resp^n^' -lity for
the crimes committed in its uai . For the
sake of National Republicanism, every in?
telligent and upright Republican must vote
for the candidates of Reform.
Aud it should be bor^ in Und that no
Democrat, in recognizing negro suffrage,
ac's tn opposition to tue well understood
principles o? the National Democracy. T o
years ago the National Democratic C?S?t
lion declared ffi'at the Recon3?fectibn-t^
were "unconstitutional, revolutionary^
'.void," had, when the proper*tlme cafe
lie Democratic Legislature ot NewJSTq
withdrew the ratification, by its Rept?olic'
predecessor, of the Fifteenth Con3titutioc
amendment. As the Reconstruction* at
did hold good, ?nd ?? 3tand fast, notwil
standing the declaration of the Democrai
Convention, so the Fifteenth arae'ndrae
was, in one way or another, ratified"byt
requisite humber of States, without countii
New YorkT -That'great-State, the^stron
hold of Democracy, made, and ' could ma-t
no further resistance. It had fonght-agaft
the regulation b^Congress.'of that matter
suffrage wnich\ belongs, . of .right, to-1.
States, but as ?oon the^JPifte?nth^amen
ta?nt was_fully ratifledthe same "Democrai
r Legislato^'whtch had withdrawn the ra
'.fication of ?he Fifteenth amendment, pass
.?.law extending.--.to the. blacks the Tull rig
of ?raftragei This is the potion ot t
Northern Democracy, to-day, and it will, S
doubt not, b?''plainly de?netLby the ne
National Cortvention. Negro., suffrage ai
reconstruction are" dead issues, and tbe^pi
Igressive Democrats of the North know tu
Bo attemp&Ttheir - resurrection would be tl
r?eaCbpf a&ypoiitical party. A'nd it stan
j to^reOBon that what the Northern Democra
|idare-not oppose, the SoUtho?n Democra
j may.^with advantage, recognize,and affin
This' at leasts-has been for> some^,time- tl
consistent counsel of the New York Wort
the most influential Democratic newspap
Haute, Udlted StatesT".. _ I f y\~ "
""*F^Uo\nng W th jfi. - Kne-XttL argument, ll
I Wbj'??- in its.*ssue?of Frid?y last, give3 tl
p8buth5'"a few frien*pWords."_^bf advice.
I doea-nOt ?xrjrecttobe paid" with- thanks, bi
Fis impelled to ask the attention of. the Sou
pto'what is spoked in soberness andUrut
J TTJe-ffforW^aj-sf -
/"Tho' oppressive domination under jw ii ic
Kthe/South-'SiuTers is a.. domin?t! o a from wit!
ronjfVAn^'lh?re'lsno reasonable^ hope of redr?i
j ?x?eplfby relief from external tyranny. \ If tl
?South paes?&sed freedom of Internal jactioi
unasked^ advice would, Indeed, be^Hi'trush
andjimpertinent But that^stctlot? cafflfe r<
rftp'ved fro^mlhe incubus of Feieral^omlnatib
fauff'ibis lea valid apology for the advice n
presume to oder. .A's the South.needs oar ait
j it must not spurn our friendly counsel."
I This has been the feeling of the Souther
["Democrats/ Knowing their own weakaes:
they put_ their . trust in the strength of th
North, j Within- theclast forty-eight, hoon
|wmo^a41;Sizei.South?rn politicians^ ha?
pa^aed^haf lt-was a crying-"shame to sui
porHhe Union .Reform parly and recogtdz
uegro suj"rage, ju3t at .the-very moment tba
p "thejnfghtv Democracy of the North" wer
preparing to annul the -Reconstruction law!
find put the Southern States just where the
were 4jno.n_ihv-afBer? Appomattox. ' But th
Northern Democrats cannot flght'our battles
They carry load euough already. . . :
\ The ?ro?-'d]i3 of opinion .that. "from 186
L'^pwJ?.to the- present time, many leadla;
I '?a'tnil?'m^the South have been afflicted witi
tf'l^litieaf?^ 1860 the safety c
j the South^depented pn "a strong Northen
1 ' 'a li iari? c, *' und s uch an -alliance was prac ti
['cable only on u basiSjOf moderation. "Waa
f'?!was true in lt?60 is trebly true now. whei
"tti^^tthho^still greate^weigbt and pre
"ponr2f?^ce^"wh?n the'Radicals contro
l^very"d^p^ameUtjjf 'the Federal Govern
LC'ine^t^anid;'a large majority of the'Statt
P"WVeaments;;~T,A^ Smithxcv^ be.relievei
y'only hy :2fhrtk?rk- Demobrntic interven
I 'Uion\?a? Northern Democrats^ may clain
l'inrt?n^?rstand the public sentiment of tnii
-^section better than _ onr_ impracticabb
"Southern brethren. Unless they tvi? pei
"mit tts to act upon our better knowledgt
"of the situation, they mitti resign them
"selves to the tender mercies of Radical dom
This, then, is the advice which lite New
York World gives to the Southern people :
uWe tell them, therefore in all candor and
plainness, that they only rivet their chains by
[further opposition to negro sufraga. It ls not
by negro votes that they are oppressed, but
by white votes. It is vain for them to inscribe
on their political banner* that they are a
.white man's party' so long a3 their tyrants
consist of a Congress elected by white
votes. Negro suff. age is (he result of a while
movement. The negroes did notask for suffrage
till the white Radicals put li. Into their heads.
Thc negroes would vot& rightly enough, if the
Radicals did not mislead and deceive them.
The Inlamous reconstruction laws were pass?
ed by a Congress in which the South were not
represented nt ali; by a Congress, therefore,
which was wholly elected by white constitu?
ents. It is not by negroes thal tha South is op?
pressed, but by white men: Its most dangerous
enemies are the white Radicals of the North;
and lt ls ridiculous to expect redress from 'a
while man's party," when a party of white
men are the authors ot all the mischief. Is
Grant a negro ? Is Holden a negro ? VTas old
Thad. Stevens a negro, or elected by negro
constituents ? Has not Europe groaned tor
ages nnder priestly craft and kingly tyranny,
without a negro among all her oppressors ?
Are thc "English oppressors of Ireland negroes?
Was Poland dismembered hy negroes ? Is
Cuba held In subjection by a nation of negroes?
Unfortunately, a great part of human history
consists ot recitals of white tyranny and op?
pression: aud nothing could be more prepos?
terous than lo expect Justice from 'a white
man's party' on the sole ground that its mem?
bers are white.
"What thc South needs to bc rescued from
is the domination of the white Radical party of
the North, which has controlled Congress for
ten years. Tho Southern people would have
no difficulty lu managing the negroes if
they were freed from white Radical interfer?
ence, exerted through the Federal Govern
ment. In Nortu Carolina lt is Holden's mar?
tial law. backed by Grant's bayonets, that
keeps the Staid under Radical control. In
Georgia Ute Radicals dare not hazard an elec?
tion, and the Legislature is passing an act,
uuder color of Congressional authority, lo
continue the present ivadical officers in
authority beyond the term for which they
were chosen. It ls not negro voting, l ut out?
side Federal pressure, that is the unmanagea?
ble clement in Southern politics. Thc only
means of relief, a political revolution in the
North, and Southern Democrats must concede
that our opportunies for knowing the North
arc better than theirs.
"We ask the Southern Democrats to recog?
nize the fact th?' the North is the real battle?
ground of political freedom for their section.
Here, where thc victory is to be won, il* won <
at all, we have no negro voters worth nam?
ing. It is a. contest between two parties of
white meu, and a perpetuation ol' the old
quarrel about the rights ot' the negro only
stiLUgtheus thc enemy. The negro question
is the only one on wl?cli thc Radical party
agree?; it is their ca'y ruinclnie of
cohesion. The surest way to prevent
the disintegration ot the Republican party, Is
to keep that question 'alive anti continue to
prce it upon the country as a political issue.
The Democrats ?an become ? majority only
by drawing off^wme Republican votes; but
on the negro Issue the Republican party can
easily hold Its own, and so long as lt retains
.Uie_CQAtrol .of Congress lhere-can be no free?
dom ia the South. If' that section will heed
the timely advice given in the Democratic
Congressional address, and drop kdead is?
sues,' weean easllv" revolutionize ,the? fewer i
branch of Congress in this year's ?lections,"
now. close..at..hand. We- ask-ihe-Southern
Democrats, both lor their sake and for ours,
to put no obstacle in the way of our achieving
thisTictory. When the Federal Government
is ' once. more, in Democratic hands, we are
quite willing they should manage their local
.poiltios'ln their own way, and will not then
intrude upon them any unwelcome advice.'"*
These words express sound and whole
.some'truths, which the South should ponder
and digest. . Only the North can give, the
So.ath relief from negro suffrage; and, if the
Northern Democracy make the contest upon
the negro question, they solidify the Radical
party, they1 insure their own defeat, and
make it imppssible for the South\ to break,
the-'shackles in which she U held by the
B?DS8 of Scott, and Bullock, and'-the re3L
It j??-ior oar interest tlfct the Nortbjerrr Dem?
ocrats -should retain-jind increase their
strength, and it may be taken for granted
that wherever in the SouthJbe contest is be?
tween Republicans and democrats, the negro
question will be excIaded/from the political
field, and the struggle will bo upon other
i?sues of State abd FederALimportarjcc. .In
this State there is no party contest: But
henceforth let no man ilecline,:tb vote with
the Reform party beca?se"be~?3 a Democrat,
or because the Democracy did,/unlit it be^
-eame useless, oppos? reconstruction atid the
enfranchisement ot the negroes. ^
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-know that KOW ls the TIME, and THE
NEWS- JOB OFFICE ls ihePcicx, to get his Cards,
and Cl rculars printed neatly, and at low rates,
forrthe Fall Trade._. aiig4.
WANTED, EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN
Therclty to call at THR NEWS JOB OFFICE
-andace ror hinisejf how CHEAPLY good Printing
can be don?. --*. ; ' . '? _aug4
WANTED TO RENT, IN THE LOWER
part of the City, a HOUSE, conta'ning six
rooms with out buildings and other couve ?enees.
If terms are moderate, a permanent- tenant can
be obtained by addxesslng'Z, atrthls offloe. -
july.l? - -
VJT STORE, a One assortment of NUTS, sueh as
t'razilian Nuts,- English Walnuts, Cocoanut.-,
Frencht Filberts and Prussian .Nuts, very good,
but very hard to crack. Also, Northern Potatoes.
augg-i? \ , ? . .._> "
O?A^lriA;---F0R SALE- A- LON?
WD ??0\MJi -EST?BLISHKI) B U 3 I -
num: . Ample time given a "purchaser to learn the
husl ness. Th:s la a care chance for ah active man
lo secure a permanent income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persons having Hie "?damps"
and .meaning business may address "?2500 In?
come," Box V, DAILY NEWS OtMce, giving real
FINE OLD HYSON TEA ONE DOLLAR
A POUND, at METZ'S OR''CERT, corner
Queen and Meeting streets, opposite Milla House.
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines,, of various makers, which I
will (impose of very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. L. LUNSFORD.
FOR 8ALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Pon Roval Railroad, in
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 37? acres,, one 335 acres, and one iso
acres. Fach Farm contains one hundred acres
good planting land, with two to three comfort?
able cabins on each: also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs, and perfectly healthy
ati the seasons. For particulars apply to K. D.
H.. Barnwell Village._ni ay 10
TO PRINTERS. -FOR SALE, A RUG
CLES'3 Rotary Card and Bill-head PRESS,
4& hy 7 inches inside of Chase. The press ls in
perfect working order, anet ts capable of being
worked at the rate of 2000 Impressions per hour.
Is sold to make room for a larger one. Price $100
cash. Apply at Tns NEWS Jon Omen. msv3
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SflHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of |
tilts nstitutloa embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 to 5 o\ lock P. M. are devoted
to Oerman lessons, viz: Grammar. Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Ari:h
metlc, Reading, Spilling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under ray special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
MI?H J. H. ANCEL, Miss LEONIIARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music bv Professor F. BFRCKHVN.
C. H. BK KG M A NN",
RENSSELAFR POLYTE? HMO lft?xl
TUTE, TROY, N. Y.
Full Courses of Insttuction in Civil, Mining am!
Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry and Natural
Silence. Appropriate Degrees conferred. Re?
opens September 14. Fur the Annual Register.
^v'P.?,rull Information, addres3 Prof. CHARLES
UROWNE, Director. aug3-26
jp A L M E T T ? H 0 USE,
TOWN 0? SPARTANBURG, S. C.
Tliis comfortable and convenient HOTEL ia
now open for the accommodation or transient
or permanent BOARDERS, under the manage?
ment of Mr. ROSS SPRIGG, formerly of Charles?
ton. The comfortable arrangements or Parlors
and Bed-rooms, with the convenient 1 cation in
thc town, and its nearness to Glenn s and Chero?
kee Springs, make lt a desirable stopnrag place
or residence to the man of business, or the seek?
er or licilth or pleasure.
T?r tabte will be supplied with the best th-i
Charleston market or surrounding country can
furnish, which, with competent cooks and atten?
tive servants, cannot fail to give satisfaction to
ali who may favor the Uouse wini their pa?
large Stahle is attached, where horses and
vehicles can be obtained for excursions into
thc country or other purposes. The terms will
be moderate, and cannot rall to give general ?Ht
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, European Pim. Loca?
tion unsurpassed, being near UNION s:?JARE,
WALLACK'S THEATRE, and A T. STEWART'S
New (up town) Store. Erutdway and Twelfth
streets, New York. Q. P. HARLOW,
aprlt thatu Proprietor.
TTNION REFORM CLUB>&DlS^
JUL A RetrtilarvMeeting of thia- Ciao "will te
held Tins EVE*O?G, at 8 o'clock," at No. 46 Went?
worth street. ?late M. H. Nathan's Carriage Repo?
sitory,) on which occasion there will be an elec
tlon-?or a Finance Committee, and also a Com?
mittee to act aa part of the Central Commute.
By order. ROBT. C. STARR.
augO Recording Secretary U. R. c. go 3.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-A Regular Meeting of your Society will
beheld THIS (Tuesday) EVEMNO. at Masonic Hall,
at 8 o'clock. W. BAKER,
ang9-.j . ' _ Secretary.
?10?TH'CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIE
JkJLTi'.-A -Regular Monthly Meeting offals
Society will be held Tnts EVENING, at s o'clock,
at Lindstedt Hall, corner of Klug and Calhoun
streets. Members are requested to'be punctual
In attendance. By order of the President.
aug9-?_FRIED. EISCH, Treasurer.
JEFFERSON LODGE No. i, L O. 0. F.
The Regular Meeting or Jefferson Lodge
will be held THIS EVENING, at Odd Fellows' Hail,
at 8 o'clock. Members and Candidates will plisase
be punctual _
By ord-r of N. G. ARTHUR FA'RLEY,
Attend thc Regular Monthly Meeting of
your Soclety'THis-fTUesdav) EVENING, at 8 o'clock
precisely. Members wtu pieaae4>e nunctualip
- . ^ ~- . . J. F. CAMARA,
ango -V - Secretary and Treasurer.
CAROLINA -CHAPTER, No. % R/X M.
A RegularT3>rivttcatlon of ' the- above -Chap?
ter win he held Tats EVEKING, at Masonic Hail,
darner Ring anoYWentwortli streets, ?x-s o'clock.
Candidates for the M. and P. will please* pay due
attention. Byxrder cf tbe M. E. H. K
ang9 ; Secretary.
THE -AGRICULTURAL. SOCIETY ,Q?
SOUTH CAROLINA will u?eet at the Market
Hall on THORSOAY, llHiAagost proximo, at half
past a P. M-v '-ThfiCfnerabere-or Charleston County
Agricultural-Society arelnvlteU lo attend, A talV.
attendance-ls Teduested? as officers, for the ensu?
ing- year wil?be?l?ctetl. < .."
By order R?BBRT^HC?TB. vice-President and
President pro'tem^.v'" "-fl^B. HORLBECXt'
7u]y8>4mwistnth8-- . ?/ Secretary pro tem.
HASEL, STREET ST?R?TTO R?NT^
occupied by-C. IK. Carr; * Co;:- Possession,
given October 1st next. Appl/ nt KINSMAN'S,
No. aaa King street._: -ang9-3
PLANTERS' HOTEL TO RENT.-THIS1
j" desirably located and extensively-arranged
estabiiBhi/ient. known for so many years to the
travelling public, ls.- now" to rent. Fer ronlier in?
form?t lon, apply to E. W. MACBETH, Agent,
southwest corner East Bay ?nd Broad streets.- ,
" aug8-mt tu_V
TO RENT, TWO FINE:SQUAR? ROOMS,
with kitchen,Oin central part or the city
Cistern on iha'premlses. Apply at this office, f
TO :R?*?T^ Ty?f> ROOMS; WITH USE OF
. a line cls'ern,.and with everv convenience.
Apply atthls office. . \. aug8 .:.
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In- Orangeburg District, situated
ou Lyons Creek, three and a nair miles'from the
south Carolina Railroad. The tract contalUB
2500 acres, soil rich red/clay^ adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops ano; clover. ~
A splendid-range ror cattle; sonny hillsides for
vineyard*, andjow lands ror meadows. Lyons
Cr<iek. a large, never-failing stream rons through
the esrate, aud furnishes one of the finest water
powers In the State.
A most valuable ?iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place. -
Tne estate has on. It ali the necessary, rarm
buildings, negro houses, - barns, stables, . gin
houses-and small dwelling.. Ic ha* been In con
staut cultivation slnco the war, and thc splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
Tv It ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
. Address ' Mrs. L. M. KEITT. '
aug-i Society Hilt, Darlington District, S. C.
.LOWMIES'S Law Office, to So. 34 Broad
street, over Edgerton A- Richards._aug9-3 -
JJ E M 0 : V A ~L
mr. '. ' - . - V ' ? . if
The subscriber begs leave- to cotiry hts Meads
and the public generally that he has removed
_hla- Stock; or HARDWARE to No. 314 KING
STREET, corner or Society, two doors above his
'old stand* (sign or the BIG GUN.)
jjulrtt-lmo SAM'L R. MARSHALL.
?osi. anil Sajino.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-D7 YOU
Vnave'tost anything, make lt known to th?
publlo througb this column. ?he rate for twenty
words or less, each insertion, ls ito cents, If paid
LOST, ON FRIDAY, THE 29TH ULT,
between the South Carolin 1 Railroad offices
ann the Charleston Hotel, a straw colored alpaca
Umbrella. Une with purple silk. The auder will
be suitably rewarded on leaving the same at the
Charleston Hotel. . 1 aug6-3
Dissolutions of Copartnership.
T~HE BUSINESS HERETOFORE CON?
DUCTED bv and between SILAS C. EVANS.
JAMES M. WALLER and THOMAS P. BALL, un?
der the tlrm name of N. L. McUREADY * CO.. will
be continued tv the same paules, as successors,
under the fli n; name ol EVAN*, BALL A CO..
from this da ;.
SILAS C. EVANS.
JAMES M. WALLER.
THOMAS P. BALL.
New York, July 20. 1370.
China, Crockers, #c.
xji?u'. G . W H ILDE N .& O CK
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE CROCKERY, CHINA
FROM No. 137 MEETING STREET TO No. 29
ai KAYNE STREET,
Exteadiag through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.]
Mr. W. S. L ANNEAU will have the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under hts charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS. Jr., will bc round at
the RETAIL STORE, No. 255 KING STREET, cor?
ner Beaatala, and will manage tua*, brauch.
Our customers and friends will dud a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS a: both Stores at REA?
WM. G. WHIL9BK..S. THOMAS, JK.. W. S. LANNBAU.
CROCKERY. CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR P.2TAIL.
No. '2 9 HAYNE STREET,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
CUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
Nc. ? ? 2 KING STREET,
For pule fcj
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN & CO.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S" BED-BUG
Cottar's INSECT POWDER
Uitntworth's Roach Externiiuator
Costar's Rat Poison
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Musquitoes.
For sale by Da. B. BAF.R,
Julys No. 131 Meeting street.
"Just received a small lot of those favorite
MARIE ANTOINETTE" SLIPPERS. Also, a fey
tine TRAVELLING TRUNKS, among which are*
few Eugenias. JOHN COMMINS,
angp-l_ Ko. 131 Meeting street.
. Jnsnrance. ~
J^IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
RISKS'TAKEN in the following FIRST-CLASS
COMPANIES^ the LOWEST TARJTFJRATKS:....
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
Casli Assets, January 1,1870.$2,017,870.
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
Cash Assets, January 1,1870..$1,822,062.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, of N. Y.
Cash Assets, January l, 1870.$1,388,192.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of NY.
Cash Assets, January l, 1870.$1,363,398
NORTH AMERfCANINSURANCECOMP'Y- Of N. Y.
Cash Assets, January 1,1870. $802,000.
TOTAL CAPITAL. ANO ASSETS,
J VER SEVEN MILLION-DOLLARS, X
* S. Y." TUPPEE, Agent,
In Planters" and Mechanics' Bank Building, East
JJOME iftsrjRA??CE COMPANY OF
Tiie HOME has the pleasure of announcing, m
addition to their usual dividend of FP7E PER
CENT, that, In accordance with a recent amend -
ment o? the General Insurance Law of the State
of New York, the Directors have voted to distri?
ct!1 e from tn?viccumulated funds of the Company
' $5W,ooo in-new stock among the present stock?
holders. ' ?
By tins u will be observed that the capital of
the Company ls non* $2,500,000, the increase of
$600,000 in Tts new form being more absolutely
pledged'for the security of - policy-holders, than lt
was when held as a surplus-fini, Rabie to be dis?
tributed amohg the stockholders in" the 'way of I
CasliDivJdends.. .?/ 'XT--'- j ". .. >?
V ABSTRACT OF THE
THIRTY-FOURTH SEMI-ANNUAL B-T?TE
.> ' v"_ ?J . MENT,,
Showing the condition of .the Company on the I
flrsf day. of July, 1870?**
Cash, Balance in Bank..v.:.'<.-. $200,808 00
Bonds and Mortgages;, being flrstnen.. .
ron Real Estate.1-?,,.<..1,713,015 00
Loans on Stocks, payable'on demand.. 312,730 00
United States Stocks (market value). .1,433,260 eo
State and Municipal Stooks an I Bonds
(market vaiue)V.v.,t,. 610,120 ooj
Bink, stocks (marget valu?). 142,000 00
Interest due on 1st Joly, 1870.29.221 68
B.lance In hand of Agents;.-" -io. iso 36
Bills Receivable (for Premiums on In?
land Risks, AC%..;. 12 500 61
Other Property, Miscellaneous Items.. 38,855 78
Premiums due and uncollected on Poli?
cies Issued at this Office. 10,633 55
Steamer Magnet aud Wrecking Appa?
ratus........ h?. 31,287 28
.Real Estate.."...../...Ti.-.::'.. l.eoo'oo
Government Stamps on hand.;... 403 49
. Total.. ..'.14,570,235 74
Claims for Losses outstanding on 1st
Due Stockholders on . account of 31st ?
and 32d Dividends. OTO OO
The HOME having fully complied with the re?
quirements of the insurance Law of this State,
will continue to take risks on all kinds of proper?
ty, at the usual rates of premium.
_. 7,. B. OAKES, Agent, ;
julygystiUhHao-' . No. 4 Broad street.
gOUTHERN. LIFE INSURANCE
ATLANTA (CA.) DEPARTMENT.
General JOHN B. GORDON, President.
General A: H. COtQUITT, vice-President.
W. C. MORRIS, Esq., Secretary. '
J. H. MILLER, Esq., General Agent.
Hon. J. L, MANNING, Special Agent for South
- Carolina- . _ . _.
F. J. PELZER, Esq., Rendent Dlr:ctor, Charles?
Capital, all paid up.$ 250,000 oo
Assets 1? January, 1870, over. 650,000 00
Number or applications from
June, 1869, to June, 1870.2140
Amount insured for year, as above.. 8,121,200 00
Gross Premiums for year, as above... 342,000 00
Titi? prosperous Company having complied with
deposit laws of the State, continues to Issue Life
and Endowment Policies from this Agency.
S. Y. TUPPER, Resident Agent,
julyio-tuthslnio_Charleston, S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
oaoAStZBD rs 1359.
ALL POLICIES N0N-F0RFEITA3LE.
RALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES P. EQ CTR ED.
LA3T CASH WVTDBST) (FUTT) 60 PSB CIST.
Polices la rorce.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
LMses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vlce-Preald ..;.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
Hon. Join A. Dix, Nsw York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane. President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (Verm?ye A Co.)
Chas. 0. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banting
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Beuj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sogar Henning Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A CO.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. Y. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Co.
Wm. Wiikens, Firm of Wllkens A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Meroaant.
Wm. W. Wright, Mer chan'..
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Gayler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Lasur
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM & ISSERTEL,
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician,
pAVILION HO FE: STABLES,
SOCIETY, NEAR KING STREET,
P. LEE, PROPRIETOR,
Has just received a supply of first-class Car?
riages end a Hears".
He is now prepared to answer Railroad, Steam?
boat and Funeral calis at the shortest notice.
TJ^S?3 FLTNT^UOBN. *
2030 bu?hels Qi o ice Hilling CORK, one planter's,
loti landing ex.BteamerJtoryIand. and for sale by
*'. ?V- ' . %.M: BOTLER A SON,
jjjjggj_ So. l Vendue Range.*"<
Jest arrived, at quarantine the brig H. 0.
Brooks with -
450 Ibis?' } Choice Muscovsco- MOLASSES. ?
For sale by
augS-3_ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agt.
jg ACON, PEAS AND FLOUR.
io hhds. heavy Western SHOULDERS, prime*
; IS hhds. heavy Western "C. Rt'Sldes, prime
12 hhds. Rib and C. X Sides, good. - '
, 15 boxes Long Clear and D. S.-Shoulders.
20 hair hhds. D. S.?Shoulders'and C. R. Sides,
heavy Westert ^winter cured, and very
89 hair cnests Hyson and Oolong Teas.
.MO barrels Flour, all grades and fresh, tor sale at?
lowest ruling prices!! by
STEFFEN'S, WERNER & DUCKER.
J E F F O B.D S ? GO.,
Noe. 17 AND l^YENDUE RANGE,
OFFER -FOR. - SALE AT LOWEST MARKET
-; " " -J i RATES:-.
/ 15 hhds; Choice 0. R. SIDES -
15 hhds. Rib sides ~\ \
20 hhds. Prlme'Westeni Should ?ia ?
6,000 lbs. Choice Strlos '
25,000 lbsvCholce Dry lilted Clear Sides
2^222 ,*?8- ??*o?ce ?5 P&*? C'ear Rib Sides
2?,oos lbs. Cholce-?ry salted Shoulders
: 1,000 *aan-eUOommon.*?CUol(fteFamUy Floor
f "76 barrels Common- to Chotc? Whiskey
\ 60 sacks Choice Rio Coffee
,100 barrels ?Eitra C**-.anA"'A.'> Sugars
+"0 barrels Molasses. ' -, Jan25 tnwthemos
*~rr-"*^''. a \ * '. \ t*
Messrs. ttSfBANinS k CO.Vcf^fUladelphla,
ever Intent to> Improve'on the qualities of their
WHiSKIESrcan lay claim, to producing some ot
the choicest in the country,-; and having rendered .
the prices such as-to make them .available for
every class or trade and tor general ase,-offer the -
celebrated Acme- brands jot GABE?ET.Hir?CTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X^lnrongpus, ai their sole -
agents Gar this city andihe State or South Caro?
lina, at the most advantageous prices and terms.
CLA0WS A wm?jTSbV??hEast Bay.
50 BARRELS'AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE *
1 ?BOVE ON HANjf NOW. .
Jnn4T8tnth3motf. *v. ^ f_M_
BHYSICIANS; PLEASE:; N?TIGE.
Si : ?- \ ,".?>
! '- . Direct Importation ;
GENUINE AND PURE MEDICINES.
IODIDE POTASSIUM, Calvert's CarboUd Acid
Ci trie Acid, Herring's Wine or Colchicum
. Pnre?Rlrhbarb . .
Herring's Citrate Iron and Quinine
Precipitated Chalk , - *
Price's GlycermV - - - 11
' J. Collis Brown's Chlorodyne 1
'German Chloral Hydrate. 0. J. LUHN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
Southeast Corner King and John Streets,
may2e-tbstn6mos '?. v Charleston, S. C.
?gtlrnltn?, tQortiraltare, tot.
R E S H ARRIVALS
E U R O'^^E'A N " 6 ElEj D S .
We aro in receipt, per steamer Holsatla, of our
EUROPEAN TURNIP AND OTHER SEEDS, all of
which have been tested, and are prime, viz:
Laige Red-Top Yellow Rata- Baga TURNIPS,
Large Norfolk, Large White Globe, Large White
Ruta Baga, Large Ked -Top, Long Lan tard, and
Dale's Hybrid Field Turnips, Yellow Maltese, Ear?
ly White and Red-Top Flat Turnips; also, Cauli?
flowers. Brocoli, Br?ssel Sprouts, Kohl Rabbi, or
Turnip-Rooted Cabbage. Green and Brown Curled
KalL Green, Curled and Drumhead Savoy Cab?
bages, Large Late Drumhead, Large Late Flat
Dutch, Green-Glaze, and- Largo Borgen Cabbages,
ana au assortment of Agricultural and Horticul?
tural Implements, Housekeeping Articles.
For sale by. '1 JOHN THOMSON k CO.,
jn ySOT-stuthl? . No. 288 King Street.
Drags, Chemicals, tot.
rJHE 6 RI LL I ANT S JJ C CESS
THE TONIC OF THE COUNTRY,
ls unprecedented In the annals of Proprietary.
.- ; ; '. I t .' , ''
The Great Restorer.
Theperfect Renovator, *
Rebuild er or the
AU who wish to be Reconstructed, use lt ror
Nervous Diseases, .
Loss or Appetite
And the "Hollow Chest" or
Prepared at the Laboratory of
A. A. SOLOMONS k CO.,
j&~ Sold by all Druggists.
w. s. CORWIN k CO. will supply it at Proprie?
tors' prices. _mcnl-tuthsemoa
Is a recent improvement. f'
Replaces the use of the Bitter Sulphate Quinine,
with which all are familiar.
DOSE FOR DOSE,
lt ls warranted full** equal in every way to Bitter
Quinine, and, like lt, ls the one great, posi?
tive and unfailing cure for all
DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORIGIN.
Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever. Chill Fever,
Remittent Fever, iilllous Fever, Dumb Ague,
and the long train of disorders roliowlng th****
ls made solely from Peruvian Bark iso ls Bitter
Quinine,) thefore lt is of vegetable origin, and not
a mineral poison, but, on the contrary, ls proved
to be one or the elements found In the blood of all
acts as an antidote ic, as well asa cure for, Mala?
rial oi Miasmatic Poison, the absorption of which
by the Iung3 causes Intermittent Fevers, Ac. The
only advantage clabned for
over the use of old Bitter Qulnl. e is the entire ab?
sence of that Intense, persistent bitterness, whioh
In the latter ls an insurmountable obstacle to ita
use with most persons, and always with children.
ls In two forms-In Powder, for the use or Physi?
cians and Drusrglsts, and Fluid for use ta che
family and for the genera! public.
STEARNS, FARR A* CO.,
MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, NEW YORK.
For sale by D0W1E, MOISE k DAVIS.
rJIHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE
AND O AS THE
MOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION,
OF ANT PAPER PUBLISHED n*
THE CITY OF GREENVILLE.
Contract Advertising Low. V
Circulates also In Anderson. Pickers, Spartan
burg and Western Nort? Carolina.
..CA E. BAILEY,
juiyll ' Proprietors,