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Cotton closed in Now York yostorday ot 24?.a??io.
(ioltl closed at 145).
Colton unthongod in Livor)iool yostorday.
Tlio reported gouornl insolvency muong tho mor
..liantH iii Richmond ia denied ny tho bank presi?
dents of that city.
Among tho ourioailioa ou exhibition at tho Now
HampBbiro atoto Fair ia a spinnot, imported la
1765, hy Gov. CoLLix?, of Nowport.
Tho City Council ot Millodgevillu, (Ja., havo
preseiitod tho colored poop)? n lot on which to
erect a uchool-houao for thoir children.
A wag remarks thal ho hu? aeon a couple of
si-torn who had lo ho told ovorything together,
for they weio so much aliko that thoy could'nt ho
lt ie not unlikely Hint tho inquiry for Confudoralo
bolide, undo by (hu First National Bank of
Washington City, ie put forth by Eugliahmcn who I
wish to nie thom au uffsolB in tho ovont of the Ala?
bama claims being submitted to arbitration.
The Inst flood in tho Mississippi formod a pioco
of land sixty acres iu extent, upposito SI. Louis.
Tho county on tho Illinoia sido took possession of
Ibis now territory, hut tho WiggiuB Ferry Com?
pany claim it, and a law-suit ie pondun;.
Tho. usual annual raco of clipper ships from
China lo Loudou with cargoes of tho ucw crop or
lea hos just buen decided. Sixteen vessels started
siuiultauooualy. Tho Earplug arrived llret at hor
dock, and thus won the honor of being tho fastest
At Fornandiue and Ibo neighborhood a curious
quent I on has como up. Among tho freedmea who
presented tbouiselvos for registration aro a largo
number wini woro horn in Africa. Tho Board of
Registration tailed for naturalisation popors, and
tho ruforrcd I ho, quo dion of udmitting thurn lo
Tho worms, hays u goutlumuu writhig us from
Entemriso, Mies., under dato of loni Inet., oro slay?
ing cotton in thin soot ion of country. Old far more
say tl. iy havo not appeared ao numerously before
in twenty-eix yoars. They havo damaged norn*
oropa fifty por cont., and still at work. What wil
hocomi) i>r un poor uiiforluuato cation pinn torn?
A telegram from Bombay to Loudon announce!
that tho first stuamor or tho Abyssinian oxpcditioi
bas lott India for Abyssinia lo oxploro tU-> coast
tako soundingH and find suitoblo planes foi land
ing. Ton etoamors, chartorod hy tho Government
have slroady sailed for India, whuro thuy will h
used to transport tho troops, ?fcc , to Abyssinia.
Thorn aro tinco mauufactorion of wiro rope li
tho Unitod Stntos, and tho articlo ia largely usoi
upon tho inolinod pianos of tho railroads connect
ed in tho coal rogionB. Ships and steamors not
tuto wire rope considerably for stays, and a thii
ropo of tho kind, less than an inoh in thickness
and quito pliahlo, is being largely introduced int
atorcB for hauling goods into lofts.
A fow days ainco a young gontloman with hi
Bieter and anothor young lady, arrived ot Galon
in a ekUt from St. Paul, having accomplished th
whola distance of over four hundred miles in nie
days. Tho young man rowod tho skiff tho who!
way, passing through Lake Pepin in tho nigh
Tho vo^ago waa a hard ono, and the party woi
pretty thoroughly sunburnt. Tho oarsman faint r.
away twino on tho way from fatigue.
Arizon i is at prosont garrisoned hy eight thoi
sand United Staten troops, yot tho Indians mat
extensivo dopredationa, and the pooplo threaten I
exterm?nalo all tho u ?vagos living in tho Terri lor.
Tho constant contests and bloodshod produced t
this atnto of offiirs retard tho sottlomont of tl
country and render lifo aud properly prccariou
Tho Apaches aro tho hostile tvibo that mano dopr
dations in Arizona, and though thc United Statt
havo heen carrying on a war against thom fi
somo timo past, they aro aa far from hoing sui
dtiod as ever.
Tho Jfationul Intelligencer, of September 1
aays : "In tho proposed improvomont by tho tea
ing away of tho penitentiary building, the romali
of Jons WILKES BOOTU wdl he roached. The r
mains of Mrs. Sun KAT;', PAYNE, HEBOLD and ATZ
BODT, With Winz, ore buried iu the order oem
south of the eastern portion nf tho old huildin
and wlU not probably bc disturbed. Tho scanui
using imrjKva-nnire on mo lunn LWSJUO e>it? i?nr
hacking off pieces as relics. It ia not kuown wli
disposition will ho mado of thia structure, nor
the bodies of those interred in theso gronnds.
Tho Lawrence (Mass.) elmer ?can tolls tho f.
lowing queer story: Tho hairdrossor at tho corn
of Amoabury and Common etrcote, has introduc
machinery into his business, tho motivo pow
hoing, a middle-sized block dog, who travels ii
oort of treadmill in a room adjoining tho ehe
By meium of helling a circular brush la turn
with considerable rapidity, nu operator guidi
its motions upon tho head of tho customer. It
a decidedly pleasant sensation, and if one has
headaoho it is very apt to disappear. Any dirt
dandruff is cleaned out of tho hoad by this proco
also. Hover is a sort of sparo hand in tho oats
li abm ont, on (fbi H services aro only required wh
thoro aro a groat many walting, and apo id
The corner-atom) of (ho now Cathedral of tl
Holy Cross, which is destined to bc tho largo
liomin Catholic Cathedral iu America, was laid
Boston on Sunday. It is cxpoctod that whoo coi
ploted it will hero cost $1,500,000. Tho coren]
nies ?ere wi inc,HOI! hy sixty thousand pcopl
Some idea of tho extent of tho structure may 1
gathered from thc statement, that it will cover t
aroa of fifty-five thousand aquaro feet of land, i
the comer of Washington and Malden slroot
purchased at a cost or ?300,000. It will ho built
tho early doooralivc atylo or Outille architoclur
present a front pf ono hnndrod .ind fifty fcot, wil
a three hundred and fifty feet tu .ver and spin,-,'ai
the extromo depth will ho throo hnndrod and sixt
four feet. Tho chiof material to bo usod ia gre
ito, and tho interior, as well as tho whole ext
rior, will bo finished and docoratcd in a stylo ?
rank and oxponsivo ologanco.
General Qftimm (?inF KIN, of tho United Mal
Army, died at Galveston, on Sunda}'. Gouor
GBOTTN waa a native of Ohio. Ho graduated
Weat Point in 1817. During tho late war ho was
faithful and honored ofilcor. At tho first hattlo
Bull Run ho commandod Battery D, Fifth Bet
mont of Artillery. On tho 0th of Juno, 18C2, 1
received his commission as Brigcdior-Ooncral, ai
in 1864, on tho reorganization of tho Army of tl
. Potomao, ho waa placod in command of the Fir
Division of tho Fifth Army Corps. In May, I?t
ha participated in fighting boforo Riohmond.
the spring of 1805, ho took part in tho oloaii
soenea or tho war, eorving bravely nuder Genci
SnxarDAjt in the campaign around Didwidi
Court lum no, and boforo Richmond until ita ci
tura. Under the Military Bocona traction Act
was appointed to tho chargo of tho Sub-District
Texas, under General SHERIDAN, and on tho i
mov'al of tho lotter waa assigned to the comma
of Ole Filth Military District on tho 5th inst.
Oolonol EBNEST DE FLEUBV, known in Franco
tho Baron SE LISXX, died a fow weeks since,
waa born in Lyons, and waa educated in Pei
Being very wealthy, he travelled oxtonaively, h
more than twonty yoars ago carno to this count]
He visited California in 1848, and was subsoquoi
ly inatramental in locating tho Nicaragna rou
He travelled in Contra) and South-America ol
and about nine yoars ago fixod his residenco In I
City of Mexico. Earnestly espousing the caneo
MAXIMILIAN, ho joined the Imperial army, and v
awarded a Captain's commission. Jual hoforo (
final triumph or tho Liberals he was promoted
the Colonelcy or a regiment or Imperial Oh
sears. Ho was made a prisoner or war at the H
render of MAXIMILIAN, tried by a court marti
and aontencad to ho shot. Two days beforo I
time act for his oxo^ation Colonel DE FLED
bribed tho guard and cscapod, going to Vera Ci
in disgtfiso, and thence, sailing to Havana a
New York, no errivod triero about lon days ai
and intended lo sail for Franco in last Satnrdn
Somebody who hos been looking into tho C
and County Caah-Book has found certain curit
entries, of which tiro following aro samploB : Jo
T. HOFFMAN-Salary BB Mayor of New York, $7,D
.alary for signing tho ordinances nf tho Hu pei
.ora, $5,000; salary aa Commissioner of tboSinkl
Fontl, $1,000. Rion (RD B. CONNOLLY- -Salary
Comptroller, $7,600; salary for duties as County
fleer, $5,000; salary aa mombor of Board of Revor
and Corrodion of Assessment, $1,000; salary
(Commissioner of Sinking Fund, $1,000. PETES
SWZZRI-Salary ns Oily Chamberlain, $10.0
salary as County Chamberlain, $10,000; salary
Commissioner of tim Rinking F.1, $1,000, 1
SWEENY also gola $2,000 for rocoiving and pay!
over tho Slate lax, and i nt o rout from tho Broi
Why Bank, for tho uso of tho oity and coat
moneys deposited there, averaging noarly $1,00
0Q0. . Tlie gen Hom au's office is supposed to y Ii
$180,000 a year. Wi LUAU M. TWEED- Salary
Supervisor, $2,000; salary as Superintendent
Stroot Inspectors, $4,000. Rion AUD A. STOBDi
Salary aa Deputy Comptroller of City, $3,500; sale
as Deputy Comptroller of County.$8,000. Wei
lisvo these constitute only a email part of thc
ubiquitous public son-ante who occupy two
nore placee at once.
TUE ELBERTON (QA.) Uuzclk naya : "For ?1 lew ?
Teck* after tho inflammatory a ppcal-i of Mr. HILL, J
.ho minds of K majority ?I our white euleena woro
inclined ?gainai wcoiiatrastlon. Hut rouaonlaro- <
?urnlng her Bway, and Ike IMehaa turned. In- .
formation that comes lo iii from varioiiH put la of
Ibo Slate aatisiloH UH that n bru,*) majority in 1
Clcorttla will volo for II Convention. Tho eloquent
declamation against it has mail? iib abiding Im- '
pression on thinking men, ll 1? n waaia ot breath
tosay lltd a thlnrr ?8 bail, when you aro preparod
with initliiiu; botlor in ita place. Uur thinking
mou call 011 Ibu No Convention oratora lu brinn
forward thoir aabaliinio, but tho roll 'u never ans?
wered. Nn mun ol any reputation ban pnip.iuiul
ed a soborno o? reatoratiuu ?ii?eieiit from that pro?
posed by Congress, and MUdorUkeh* tu provo that
il will succeed. Thor? is no prospect Hint any
party bowles Uiat which Congress ruproeonta
will control ino Government in limo to affect thin
niattor. Honco, Ibo only f|i?Mtl?n, viltli Umso
who desi ro speedy restoration, in, eui wo oxpoot
botlor tornas from Congru.??? Of couran nut.
Then opposition ia us?les?, impolitic sm foolish.
Thc plain pooplo of tho country nro begiuuing lo
soo tho traita and to art upon il. Tbov aro sid; ot
violent and oxtrorao polities. Huon polities rediicod
un to our proBont low condition. A ainglo thought
of whal wo were, what wo Uara sufOred, und
where wc arc, refutes all the swelling rhetoric of
tho No Conveutioniatt). Thc plain men prefer homo
to tho camp, nud the uorn Hold lo thu bullio field.
Thoir aurronder in 1805 was sincere mid thorough,
and they expect to Rglil 110 moto in the same
"ilAN? MEM, MANY MINDS." ll ?a BCWOM (hat
two men, in looking nt the same object, both HOO
tho ?anio pointa. Hence it romea thal every ipics
tion bau two rides. Thu M wa find in yesterday's
Wilmington Post tho following editorial. Tho
wish in oaoh cano ia fathorto Ibo th-nighl: "A gon
tloiuan jual from thc North reportH n iloelded mid
activo political reaction in progress-a voaclinn BO
extensivo that it extendj through all tho Esstoni,
Middlo and Wcatoru Hiatos-a reaction, too, of
vital moment to tho Republican party, anil
that pi omisos ?to decido . Ibo destiny .ol the
Republic. Tho signs of this movomont ara
not diminished Ropublican majorities in Maiuc,
or an npparonl ?omocratio triumph lu California,
but an incroasod dotormiualion on tho part of tho
loyal masses to sustain Congress in Ita groat work
of reconstruction-a determination that tho voico
of Congress shall bo beard and ror.peetcd ?n Ibo
voioo or tho people, and that tho will of Congress
shall rccuivo froiu citizen and from ruler tho obe
ilioncu duo to law. Tacts in proof. Republican
con ve ai 10 n? and masa meetings ovorywhoro declaro
themselves on tho sido of Congross. Democratic
or Copperhead papors aro turning u cold shoulder
to tho man who ia docing Congress. Soo tho Now
York World. On steamboats, in ?ailroad cars and
Baloons, tho word is, 'Congress anac?a tho will ol
tho peoplo." Woo bo to him who nttemptB to ob?
struct that will."
COLONEL FORNEY, who has boen hack from his
European tour eomo weeks, Bays tho Riohmont]
Whig, still continuos to u 1 ito lettord from France
for his "Iwo papors, holli daily." Tho Washington
Chronicle, of yesterday, contaius ono dated Taris,
July 2, in which the Colonol shows how largely bf
prothod by his travels, by Homo en tu ely nivel in?
formation ho imparts concoming tho groat NAPO
LEON and hia nephew, thc present Emporor. W(
quoto a couple of souteucOB : "A fow days ago
lured by one of tlioso beautiful mornings so com?
mon in Franco, I paid a visit to tho gorgoous tomi
of NAPOLEON tho First, in tho Eglise, or Church o;
tho Invalida, undoubtedly thc most significant n
all tho monument.! erected lo his honor by hil
nopbew, tho present Emporor. * * * Whorl
the imperial aahes of NAPOLEON wera tronsfcrrei
to tho sarcophagus, on tho 2d of April, 18G1, from
tho ialaud of Rt. Holcua, lita imperial nephew
marked, tho event by a pageant of extraordinary
maRni?conco." The common uudordtanding bas
bocu that tho remains of NAPOLEON wore trans
fen cd to Taris from Bt. Holen? by Loma Pim.
l im, somothiug over twenty years boforo th
period mentioned by the travelled Col. FORNEY.
a'-- T? failures of National Dauks Ilia
havo yet taken placo show %?*j>j?llMUUMd bank
financial Chronicle, tn referring to Ibo two recur
fdiluros, mentions tho fact,that out. of tho l.Gfj
National Dauks loss luau a seoro havo faite. I ilurin
tho lost tlirco years. And Ibero is overy reason t
be assured that tho woak, insolvent instit litton
which aro left aro exlremoly few, woll known an
closely watched. Tho same authority nelda : "Som
of thoao parsons who aro anxious und concerne
t?> t a few National Dauks bore aud tlioro shoul
fail, may bs reassured by (bo lari timi thesniii
Btitulions fail because (hey cannot comply wit
tho searching provisions of tho law, und (hat (bi
law, while by its stern Application it destroys th
rotton parts of tho financial machinery, only doo
so in order (hat Ibo real of tho fabric may hav
force and ulaaticity enough to roHiet all tho 6hock
with which futuro monetary revulsions may try it
stability aud strength."
THEOUNMAKEB SPECITT, of norlin, bas iccoiveil
a Chasaopot gun similar (o tlioso adopted in tin
French army, and experiments havo huon mad
with it which, according (o (ho Posen Gazttlt
havo furnished important results. Tho Chasse
pol ia certainly superior to Ibo Prussian nocdlc
gun. Competitive essays have been made witl
tho two. Moro than fifty offlacra of all nunn wit
ncssod thom. Tho Chassopot was in tho lia min 0
M. SPEOHT, tho noodle-gun in tlioso of ono of th
best marksmen in tho garrison. Tho arrangomcn
was to Uro with each weapon for 11 minuto. Th
noedlo-gun was the that; it fired eight munda am
struck tho targot oight times. Tho Chasaopo
fired ton times, and waa loaded tho eleventh willi
in tho minuto; it also reached ibo target oigh
timos. Tho two gunB wore afterwnrd fired lo
gother daring half a minute; tho nacdlc-gnn dis
charged throo iihots, tho dhasscpot five. Six o
them woro foui,a to have struck tho target, bu
from whioh of the gnus was not known.
TTTE RICHMOND Wino of Tuoaday speaks thus o
(he recent first oolorod voto in Virginia : "TJi
voting yesterday npon tho question whether Rieh
moud should subscribe 12,000,000 toward tho con
s traction of tho Cbesapcako and Ohio railroad
was orderly, sufficiently animated, and by a larg
majority In tho right direction. It- was tho firs
time that our colored oltizens havo oxorciaed th
right of suffrage, and wo aooept as an anspicinu
faot that thoir votes woro cant upon a groat <yvn
i ion of peaceful dovelopmont rat li or than upon th
boated and, in tho main, unprofitable issues 0
party polities. Thoy cannot do hotter than t.
realize at. all times (bo fuel that tlioir inloreat
aro far more connected with tho lnatorial pros
ross and advancomont of tho State, tho dovelo;
mont of -her resources and the unfolding of he
wealth, than with tho solflsh contests of politician
THIS SCHOOL of Theology (tho Universal
of tho 8outh), under the ohargo ol tho Prot
estant Episcopal Cuuroh, is situated upon th
S?wanco Mountain, noar Traoy City, Tcnncs
see. Qeneral Kinny Sum? has hoon solccted a
Superintendent of tho High School, attached t
the University, who is (lins alluded to m a lette
to tho Now York Church Journal: "A selection 0
Principal of the Univorsity High School was mad
of a gentleman who Blands very high in publi
oatimaliou, a dovout, earnest miqded churchman
who, if ho accepta tho position tendered him, wtl
bring to thu work groat woight of character, ai
uneuUicd copulation, largo cxpnrionco lu publi
lifo, Uno scholarship, and peculiar fiinosa by bi
training and oxporianco, for taking charge of youll
and impressing npon thom tho character nf high
tonod Christian gentlemen.''
How IT MASKS ono's month wator to road tb.
following: Tho Pomologieal Convention at St
Louie adjournod on the lath, after a very intoresl
ing session. It will roassomblo two years honci
in Philadelphia. Tho display of standard frniti
consisted of OJIO dishes of grapes, BM dishes o
apples, 74r. dishos of pears, and 212 dishes o
poaches. The President staled that tim (juan ti I;
and quality of fruits oxcollod tho moBt sanguin'
expectations of tho Socioty, and tho oxhibitiori
excoeded anything lo tho pomologieal lim
tho world over saw. Tho fruit was sold at anotioi
this afternoon, to assist in defraying tho oxponsei
of tho Sodoly, end some of it brought high prices
A portion Of the Booioty Will visit tho vineyards a
Hermann and Dlufflon, Mo., to-morrow.
TUT FOLLOWING good news ia from tho Wilraingtoi
Poet, of yesterday, which eaya: "Wo loam will
pleasure that tho V. M. Goneral has given direction,
that will load to a remedy of certain detach) in thi
post'Al service between South Carolina nnd tin
North. Tho whole postal system or this State re
rrnlros reorganization; arid nothing would tent
moro to aid tito work of reconstruction. The peo
pie of North Carolina, now more Ulan evor, noe<
Information, tho facilities for obtaining which cai
inly be furnished by tko head of the Poatomci
LAjtoBsM (JiaouLAMON.-Th? DAILY *
lEWeSpttS&McJ thc Official Lui of Lei- J
crt rcin.atning ?? thc Postoffice at thc end' i
/ each week, agreeably to the following 1
wotton of the New Postoffice Law, a* the .
icwsjHtper having the, largest circulation in 1
'Ac City of Charleston:
KIWION 0. And be ll furthor cupeled, Tl,il Usia <>r lot
era rcuislufug uncoiled for lu ?ny V :JtoQlco lu ?ny elly, '
owu ur vilb"\ woora B newspaper eliall bo printed,
.hall hereafter bc pubUebcd once only In Ibo newspaper
?hieb, litio > published weakly or oitcucr, ebal! boro tbe i
urculillon wttblu range of delivery ol" Ibu nala
as~ Ail communications intended, for publication in
lin's tournai must bc addressed lo Ute JCditor of Hiv
JMsm A'eics, A'o. 18 I fa ?inf-street, Lliaiieslou, th ti
Uusincsa Otminunicalwns to Publisher vf Haili/
It'flO?inno? n?iuVrtnJtfl lo return rejected cotnmuntca .
Adrrrtisenients outside of Ute city must tte accompa?
nied with the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1R67.
JOD WORK.-Wo have now completed our
ol?co BO as to oxcoutc. in tho shortest poesiblo
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, nntl wo
mosl respectfully ask (ha patro&ngo of our
AV II Y DODGB TUB ISSl'K.
Honesty ia tho boat policy. Wo will nlwayj
take ofl' our hat respectfully lo any man, how?
ever much wo moy differ withahim, if hr will
only boldly assert what ho believes to bc true,
aud having aaserted il, will boldly defend his
posilion.* With such a man we may differ,
but for auch a man we must feel respect. If
the .so collad party of progress, tho Bolf-atyled
Mandi of liberty, tho Radical party, would
only follow this course, it would not rccolvo
our approvnl, but it would receive our admira?
tion for honest, persistent cooaiBlcnoy. When
the South felt moat bitterly toward those who
wcro opposed lo her institutions, she respect?
ed tho men, who following Iho radioal theo?
ries of her opponents to their logical conclu?
sion, pronounced tho Constitution of Ihe
United States a league with Hell. But tho
South in common with all honest men lina al?
ways despised those time-servers who adopt
a course because it will probably provo popu?
lar, and rejcot a conclusion, because an election
might be lost on tho issue.
If the Radicals would remain true to Ihoir
principles, wo oortoinly should say" nothing.
If thc American people should decide in favor
of tyrnnny in any shape, we would regret the
fact, but we would feel poor consolation in
knowing thal tho flag which was onco tho ctn
blom of tho freedom of tho North and South, in
becoming the shroud of the one, has become
thc winding sheet of tho other. We do how?
ever complain that the parly, which Husnv
WILSON has openly proclaimed, will rule the
country foi- twenty years, intends to rule hy
fraud and by practising constant deceptions on
I be people. Thc people are to bo deceived by
Hie shadow, while the initiated grow fat by
i lie substance, tho public offices.
The Hadicol party claims to he based on
freedom to all meu, freedom of all thought, and
froedom of the press in every port of the
country. Freedom of thought with it means
simply freedom to think QH do the leaders of
thal party. Freedom of the press is such
freedom aa was recently tolerated by a mili?
tary officer in General ORD'S District, and free?
dom lo nil men moana only freedom to all ne?
groes, without discrimination, and to all white
may -flbm?irlI\i?'\t,i,r.t?i''-'l\. jn..l.kf.???l,,jL' l?.v.olc
ern gold and Northern political manipulation.
We ask for fairness and candor. We ask
that issues should bc broadly and distinotly
ma'dc. If Hie Radical party is honest in its
views, then it should bc earnest in their
application. It pretends to advocate political
and even social equality between the races.
it claims that (he white may possibly he equal
lo thc negro if he ia only Iruo to the principias
of thc parly. It insists that the (wo races
can live in pcrfcot harmony with each other,
having equal political rights, and standing
shoulder to shoulder.io Ibo competition for
bread, side by sido in the schoolt, the church?
es, the workshops and in the halls of legisla?
tion. It overlooks thc foot thal this course, if
successful, could only suoceed by producing on
amalgamation of the races, a consummation
never to bc wished for by any one, whether
white or black, who loves hi9 race. This re?
sult would prove to bc equally injurious to
tho while and black racss, produring as il
would, men inferior to tire white in intellect, to
(ho black in capacity for work, and to both in
health and morals. It is certain that the aober
dense of both races would reject this solution
of Ibo a,iio!it ion, and wisely would it be rejected,
because if such a solution could be had both
races would certainly be destroyed.
With thia cry the Radical has led the North
into evory measure of oppression with whioh
thc South is now ouraed. With thia cry military
govornmenta havo been cont inned for nearly
three years of peace, and Heaven can only
know how much longer they will last. With this
cry tho yearly expenses of the United States
Qovernmont havo, in a time of peace, increas?
ed nearly fourfold. With this cry tho South is
being reconstructed by tyrannical legislation
contrary to the Constitutions of our States and
of tho United States, and opposed to tho views
of the President and half of the members of
the Supreme Court.
Here the wily politicians of the parly desired
to stop, but the moro.honest men, who ara
foolish enough to believe that words mean
something, and that conclusions follow pre?
mises, insisted that their orafly leaders ahould
follow thoir own teachings. This dose was not
ens i ly swallowed; but tho leaders bad taught
thc lesson, and they could not shut the book
whenever they might desire so to do. The
physician was at hand, and ho insisted that the
mctlioine ah?uld bo taken, or that political
death would bo the result. The leaders swal?
lowed, but swallowed with a -gulp, and at the
last session of Congress agitated the quest ion
Of "manhood suffrage." Connecticut did not
like tho agitation, and elected Demoorota in
place of Republicans lo office. This showed
the leaders that logical results sometimes pro?
duce political annihilation. The North had be?
gun to think, and to follow out Radical
theories io (heir final consequences. The
Northern mon did not wish an amalgamation
of Iho races, nor did be wish Congress to usurp,
nt his home and his fireside, the samo powers
that it had usurped in the South. Thc ques?
tion being agitated, and the minds of men be?
ing awakened lo the dangers of despotism at
home, the Radicals began to nee that the issue
would bo (ho loss'or preservation of liberty at
(be Nor?h, and also that whenever this ques?
tion was fairly made, the lovera of liberty
would triumph. They foresaw their own fall
in the return of sense to the North, and they
Tell that whenever the oontest at the North
should come between liberty and radicalism,
liberty would surely triumph. In Ohio tho
parly adopted the doolrlne of "manhood auf.
Trage" as a portion of ita political faith, b?fiu
Pennsylvania political shrewdness triumphed
iver'political honesty, and il wah rejected as a
parly doetfine. The California elections took
ilaea, and th? Conservatives elected their
ickel. Maine followed, and the Radicals lost
rotes-Ohio, has slnoe endeavored to change
ho Issue, and to avoid the question which ii
?colly at the bottom of the Radioal political '
Alt li. .The Radicals claim to be tho party of
irogress. Is not progresa the friand and ally
if truth ? If it ia, should not the volco of truth .
io heeded, and ahould not tbs party of pro- .
;reis and truth' endeavor to enlighten, inste? d 1
f to bot'og, ita folloivor* ? U not thc teal isjuo
icitvccit ? "v i ? ? t . ? 111 - : i niitj (bc Uon.-ci vntivo party
ho issue between negro SUtTragQ ".md the.
louslituliouol rights of tho States? IT it ii,
vhy not" come manfully upt Why not make
bo fight bravely, openly un.I honestly : Truth
s ou ODO sido or the oilier, unit tho honcut
over of truth will endeavor io t>ti? i oui its poai
ion. If we nmlcrstaud the ronl i\iirsllaei bo
rbre the rouniry, "manhood luill'rnge" tn spile
of tho Coustitutiou. stands arrayed again.*!
constitutional liberty, li ii desirable Ibnt the
contest should con e. All are anxious to n?e it
".i-i t lei I. Why .ben dodge the ?sano''
WAM I'.ll, A still. OK Kl VIS Illili itIM, Uli
a Iluuao willi futir ur five rocina ami miitalilo nut
bulldinge, urar Um h.,..r. |M,rltmi ul lb? elly, iii?
latter preferred. Apply al THIS OFFICE.
September 1? _
I~7tUIINIrtHICI? HUUHtfl l?U PART UK /
? HOUSE wauled. Unod teleleucca given. Adilr.f
430, P. O. 4? Soplonibcr ll
WA NT ICD, A s Iii ATKIN , UV A HICSI'ICC
TADLL white woman, who ie wliliug to make bor?
eel! goocrally uaeful. Inquire at THIS Ol-'HOE.
September 19 _
WANTIC ll TU HBKT T\Vi? JaAHUKANU
ONI. SM M.I, ROOM, with SorvautH" Booma, Ina
dealrable locatlou. Address "ROOMS." KtCWB Olhee.
TirAKTED Tl? UR NT BV A SMALL PAiUl
TT LY, two er three rooms,?Uhkttebcn srcoimuu
datlone. Address, ataliug location mid lernte P. O.
Boa, No. 333;_2* _ Septem berl8_
SITUATION WANTED.-WAVI'KI), UV A
marne,! niau, nf blondy batata, a situation III any
nwrn-ctoble uiiaiiu-s.*. Will make himself on I ni in al
most any capacity. Addi.-- 'SI. P.." ?I thin office.
yw_ < r If, IN 'I'H \V A N T I'l 1 > P*0 li
THE UFE ASH VA M l'A t(? VN OF
QF.NEIlA.Ii ROHKRT E. LEK,
BY .1AMF-H D. McCABE. JB., of Virginia.
Author of "Ufo or ?len. ?Slonnwall' .lack?oii," "Ufe ol
Ocn. Albert Syduoy Johnson," "Th.- Ald-dc-Camp." Ac.
Send for Circulara and BOO mir Inrmfl, Bini n tull do
. clipUon of tho work. Addroaa NATIONAL PUBLISH
INO COMPANY, Atlanta. (Ja. liuu* Scplomber 7
TO HUNT_TIIATTI1HB1C STOnV Il HICK.
Boute, No. 10 Slat? ?iront, Utoly ?ttcd up In mod?
ern atv le. and ls admirably adapted for a Itostaiiraut and
realdouce. Bent tow to n good "ennui. Apply t>_
HOLM IX & MACBETH,
September 17 lulim_Nu. 30 Broad atreol
,TU> HUNT, ONE UK TWU C41JIIP4MIT
L ABLE BOOMS in a private family. Tor partlcu
lara, apply at THIS OFFICE. S Seplember ll
LOST, ON THIS l 7 Til INSTANT, IN KIM:,
Hasel, or Meeting streets, A LETTER contain?
ing muney, with the uwner'B nama thereon. Tho fluit
ervin bs rewarded by leaving the samo at THIS OF?
FICE. September 19
EIFTV UOLI.AIIS HEWAHD.-STH1.EN
from my plant?t! vn.in St. Stophen'n Parish, ou tho
night of tho 18th Instant, TWO MULES-one a lame
bay. and tho other a small brown bay. Also, TWO SAD?
DLES-ono now, and Ibo other DU oin Raddle. Any in?
formation given that will load to their recovery will be
rewarded as above. U. H. MABIOX.
Pineville, September 17, 18(57.
Septomber lu 10,23.27.ocll
FOH BALK, AL.1. THAT IaU** UP I. BM),
with BUILUINOS thereon, on thu north ?Ide of
I Tradd Btreot, knowu aa No. 98. being tho eastern por
lin ol a tenement baii60, measuring 30 feet front, moro
or lon?, and 27fl icel, more or less, In depth. For further
parllculsr?, apply al No. 25 MAYNE STREET.
Fun KALE, A OROtlBttV STU.HK. COX
NEC!ED with tho ?linn lea BAR ROOM and a
largo BALL. suitable lor dancing parties and other pur?
poses. Tho owner quttt-un. business, Wiehes to sell thc
samo. Inquire NOllTIIEAai' CORNER KINO AND
LINE STREETS. stuthS* September ll
BUARD AND laODCIXG IN A PH1VATU
family, residing in apteaaaut part of the elly, can bo
obtained at mod?rale rate? by a singlo gentleman. Ap?
ply at thia orBrn._tutbe_An8u_"1 0 _.
BOAKD WANTED, TWO RUUMJt WITH
Board, la wanted ina nrlvato family, by a Lady and
three Oldie rem Address. P. O. Drawer 341.
OAHDINU.-THRUK PLEAHANT HUtl.lIN
with rood BOARD can be had ou immediate appli?
cation to No. OD CHURCH STREET, weet side, near
Tradd street. Tenon reasonable. Julie 12
^XCEI.LENT BOARD, AT VRRY I.UW
ta ral/-a In Hie i||Ost ivnlrsl busliie-;? |?art of Ilia city,
TUE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMO V I". I) THEIR
Wholeaalo Crockery and (Itasswani Establi.hnient
flt sa No. ll Hoyne Btreet -tn No. 137 Meeting al reel,
nru-Iy opposite llsyno atmet, where they oder Inr sale
at and below New York price?, au esluiiBlvn assortment
of Hoods, of direct Importation per "rille d'Air" and
"Robert C. Winthrop."
Also, In arrive, from Liverpool, W) erahn nasnried
Crockery per "Queen" and "Vumnrri."
At wholesale and retail, at No. 137 Meeting street nnd
No. 233 King Btreet.
WILLIAM Cl. Will I,DES A- CO.
WE HAVE THIS DAY REMOVED TO i lit'. SPACI?
OUS Stoic. No. 217 KINO STREET, where we will
be pleased to ace our frienda and those who way favor UB
with a call. MELCUl RS ti MULLER,
No. 217 King street.
Between Market and Princesa s?rcele.
Anguit 21 stuth!3
fiTORAOE, THE: idhi' < i V lilli. AND
?J convenient in the dty, at very reasonable prices,
! for COTTON, RlCk*. SALT, FERTILIZERS, Icc. 4c. In?
surance, wben desired, as law aa any In Ibo city. Apply
.o OEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland air?ela.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans
W. F. CORKERY.Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
I Tolograpu and Railroad Officoa in Rotnnda of Motel.
Juno 17 Cmo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. ??I, ?3, '45 AND 37
Broadway, N. v., opposilo Bowling Oreen-I n the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ls well and
widely known to the travelling public. Tho location la es.
poclslly suitable to merchants and business men; illa In
closo proximity to tho business part of the city-la on
the highway of Southern and Weston) travel- and adja?
cent lo all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
Tho STEVaNS UOUSB baa liberal accommodation for
over 300 guest.-it ia well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement mr tho comfort and entertainment
of Ha Inmates. The rooms aro spacious and woll vt ntl
lated-provided with gas .and water-the attendance ls
prompt snd respectful-and tho table la generously pro?
vided with every delicacy of tho season at moderate rates.
The rooms having bcon refurnished and remodeled, we
are ena!''Hito offer extra, facilities for the comfort and
pleasure -f our guests, OEO. K. OHASE A CO.,
Blay 2? Brno Proprietor?.
CHISOIffi' RICE MILLS.
THESE WELL KNOWN AND LONO ESTABLISHED
MILLS are nndergologcomplete repair and r?nova?
tion and will be ready on tho 1st SEPT EM HEH to rccelro
from Plantera and others their nico lo pound and pre?
pare for market. Thankful for favors shown us hy Fac?
tors prior to the war, we would earnestly solicit a con
tlnuacce of the ?arno. feeUng confident that our Mills
will be made to do aa good work as they ever did.
cnisoi.M nm 11 units,
NO. 33 East Bay.
Hi-'i hf- "i tmi.i," Georgetown, fl. O., will copy once a
week for ala weeks and forward hill for payment
Angus! 20 . ? ... luth
J. M. BRADSTRCET & SON,
NO. 20 ERO AI) STREET,
QIIAHI.FiSTON, ?. V.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retnil Dealer
, ROOKS? PERIODICALS,
ME ??BPAPEB8, HTATIONERY, ETC.
No. o?i tema sTitKKT
(Opposite Ann sireni.
O liarlos ton, O. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Prcas always on band.
Subscriptions received and Qoocla delivered or (br
trarcuU by Hall or jerpreas.
All OAHU ORDERS win be promptly attended ta
: February 28 I?..Ti
The Greenville Mountaineer
IB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ll 60 PRU
year, ba s Ivan oe. Advertisements Inserted al usual
?tee. O. E. ELFORD,
Maj 10 Editor and Pronrtstnr
UNION Ivii.wiNMM I.OOGE, NO *,
A. F. M.
Mill' TtEUIil..U< COMMUNICATION OF THIS
L Ludgu will bu holden al Mus..?le Hall, al half pail 7
clo.:*. TAn Kfining.
ny uni er of th? w. M. W. K. HOWLAND,
MepleiutH-r I-J I Secretary.
IIOIMC I'llllC i:.\IHMK t'tl.1U?ASV.
VTTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY M RETINO OE
ymir Corpa, ol thu i'lnll, J'i? KtyHIMy, .1 7 >< o'clock
ruclm-ly. Memberiwlll Itu puueiuul.
Hy order. PHILIP IH'l'K HEIT. Jr.,
September IV ' I SncrcUry.
ilAOA ll A PI IIB KNOINE t'OXHASV, No. 8.
iroH WILL ATI"RND AN ESTRV MEETING Ol'
. yo? Company, f'.i : KnniM, at lu? Kuglnu House,
I d o'clock.
?j order. .1. M. HOLLOW\Y. H?, rv.
September 1!) I ?
(ll.HI \% VOI.I'.VTKEII ASSOCIATION.
rire REGULAR MONT ni. Y MEETING W 'trna
AHHOriatliiu will bo hold To-Night (Ibuiadur), hep
embrr I'.'ib. ai H u'ctock, al our Hull, eumur King am
.alli i .un al nuls. i'iiiicliial attendance la re<|iinated.
Hy unter. OUST. HOl'l'MKYKII.
September HI I* Secretary.
ll AHM BALL.
A MATCH (?AME WILL TAKE PLACE T1HR AF
V V TKltNDN in t.... ..ii th.- firat Ninca nf the Croavcul
iud Ashley Ham Hall Clubs, on Citadel tireen, al ly,
/clock 1* Septombor IV
ullin, .lt ll I v LAURENS*
HOARDING ANO HAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNO LADIES |
\iriLL HERUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST.
y\ CORNER WENTWORTH AND SM ITU STREETS.
Ibo eoureo of otu.I les b thorough sud complote. The
French Department will bo conducted by a resident
Fi ench Teacher, and tho young ladles will ba required to
speak French. For terms, otc., apply as above.
September ll? thlus
Ol' THE HKV. D. X. LAFAIt'S SEMINARY', AT THE I
CORNER OF CALHOUN STREET AND RUT?
LEDGE AVENUE. WILL BE RESUMED ON THI 1ST
OCIODKR. Thorough limn notion In all tho brauches
ut' au English nod Cla.alcal Education.
September 1U _10,21.06.28 Oct I
ENGLISH AND FHENOII UOAlll)I\Q AND
DAY snnooi. ron YOUNO LADIES.
AfTlS. URIS HANK WILL, ON THE FIRST OF OCTO
1*1. BER, rusiimo Ibo dulles or ber scbool, st No. SS
LEGARE STREET. Au exclusively Bolles Lettres Claas
ot twelve will bo re?oive ) at an appointed hour. There
wu! also oe a (leparvraout for small boya.
S?plombcr 18 0?
Y?U.VG LADIES' COLLUGIATE I\H'H
THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES DAVE OAU8ED
the Commissioners of tin State Normal and High
Scbool tu uso the building as s Free Scbool. Tho Stats
Normal and High School, ss now organized, wi 1 literati re
bo trat xfeiTcd, nuder Ibo tltlo of thc YOUNO LADIEo'
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, toTno commodious building
on tho north side of George streot. No. OR, ono door west
of Klug Htroet, opening OCTOBER Od, 1S07.
Tuition In the Preparatory Department, SUSO por
half sosslnii, or SAO per annum; in lbs CoUaglalo Depart?
ment, SIS per half urinion, or $00 per annum. French,
Drawing, and Vocal Music, aro Included In fhn r?guler
course. Latin, Greek. German. Italian, Spanish, II
strunionl.il Music and Painting, aro extra, at moderato
A limiten number of Downier- will bo received at thc
InaUtute. Hoard, ts? per mouth, or (SOU per annum.
Including Wast lng. Lights, Fuel. otc. Parlor Boardors
received at tho above prices. All payruBnts BtricUy In
Hoard of Inatruollou as follows : Ber. HENRY M.
MOOD. A. KL, Prlnclpsl; Rov. HENRY A. HASH. A. M.,
Proleasor of Mathematica aud Auotunt Langusgos; Pro?
fessor LEWIS B. GIBBS, A. M., SI. D., Lecturer on
Cbomlstry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. S.
HOLMES, I^ctursr on Geology snd Natural History;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Profcsaor or Modern Lan
Ruego?, pi,.his... r WM. MAHTEBMAN, Instructor In
Vo.ai Music; Miss MARY C. MOOD, Instructress In
Drawing and Painting; Miss LAURA M. HILL, Instruc?
tress In English Branches.
September 2 mthlinoa
I'AItOLI.VA EDUCATIONAL. INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNO LADIH8.
MESDAMES OIRA RD A DOWELL,
rpm: EXERCISES OF THIS SOHOOL WILL BE
L iwaniued (D. V.) on Monday nul, September 16lh.
Mr. ALEXANDER will remain'ln chsrgo of the English
The recur. 1 for tho First Class of Honor will ba com.
nienced i n the lat Octobor.
Septombor 9_Sept 9.13.16,19.03,0(1
MRS. HOPSOM P1NCKNEY
ITTTLL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER
VV SCHOOL. FOR YOUNO LADIES, on Tuttday.
Octolior lat. at NO. 6 AIKEN'S ROW.
September 10 _throe
DA. BDBNETT, A. M., WILL OPEN MONDAY,
? October li, IBS', undue tho above tit!;, a select
School for young Gentleman. Tho course ot Instruc?
tion will embrace the Ancient and Modern Lenguazos,
Mathematica, Common snit Higher English Branches
Special I adi ll icu afforded for the nt ul y of Bookkeeping.
For terms and other |iarticiilan>, soe Circulars.
Tho location of tho School will be announced definite 1 y
in a fow days. luth?3* Septembor 17
CITY OF ClURLEStOK.
MORRIS STREET SCHOOL.
rpHIS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED ON MONDAY.
_L Hie 03d inst., lor Colored Persons exclusively.
Applications for adnil-alou will be received st tho
School-hi.ua? ou and after that date, betwecu tho hours
??n ni t ?r .flatly until further notice.
Hy order ol UM Hoard.
F_ MONTAGUE O RUMKE,
Secretary Commissioners Fr?e Sebools.
September jj (u
THIS INSTITUTION WILL RESUME ITS ACADEMIC
EXERCISES SEPTEMBER lal.
For lToaiumtiiBen please ad.Iren "MOTHER SUPE?
RIOR," Ursuline Convent sud Academy, Columbia So
V*-_Imo September s
ri THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
.k. hutwncu Ibo undersigned, In Uio PLAINING MILL
ami LUMBER business, under tile finn of EBA UGH k
MALLONKK. baa been TbiB Day dlss lived, by mutual
consaiil. JOHN C. MALLONEE alone la nuthorlltd to
eettle tho affairs of thc cold copartnership.
O. O. EBAOOH.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
i nAHLLjTos, Soplember 6,1867.
September 9 Imo
fl HIE DNDHRSIGNED HAVTNQ PURCHASED ALL
_L Mr. EH AI lu H'S interest in tho above Copartnership,
will contluuo on his own ?.-count tho business, hereto?
fore conducted by the late Ano, of EBAUGH 4 MAL?
LONEE, at the samo place. HORLBEOKS WHARF, near
thu Northeastern Railroad.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
CnanLESTON, september 6, 1E67.
Septembor 9 _ _* Imo
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rriUE FIRM HERETOFORE KNOWN AS FORDHAM
X Ai BROTHERS, NO. 180 MI LT IN Cl STREET, ta
hereby dlBfl.dveil. The business hereafter will be con?
ducted under tho runo sud style of JAS. H. FORDHAM
k BROTHER. tuths3* Septembor 17
HAVE RESUMED Till'.IR FORMER (MERCHANT
TAILORING) BUSINESS, at their old stand No
fri UROAD STREET, and aro now prepared to oxocuto ali
ordere In their lino: siso, to take ordere for makins
blllHTS AND SHIRT BOSOMS aa heretofore.
Wo have aUo on hand, ss SOLE AGENT for this State
..Um WHEELER k WILSON SEWING MACimNE/'
which wo sell ai factory prices.
Thankful to Ibo public for their former liberal patron?
age, we would ropcotfully aollclt a continuance of tho
"T":. . ... EDGERTON A RICHARDS.
Seittomber 10 -6
B00T8 AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES !
rTVHE SUBSCRIBERS MOST RESPECTFULLY IN
X VITES Bilcuttin to their largo, varied stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, and are offered to tho publie at the
D. O'NEIL Si SON.
No. 376 KINO STBEET. ABOVE GEORGE STREET.
August 31 _J_stuthOmo
COMMISSION 'AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN SEGARS,
Lcnf mid MnunfaotnrAtl Tobacco,
No. 81 EXCHANGE PLACE,
49" A fi fie assortment of Connecticut, Havana and
k ora Loaf Tobscco slways on hand.
NEG AU STORE,
O It N KU BROA DIVA V A M) ITITI ST II f-'. ?CT,
rHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO HEP
bis Southern friends. The rholorst UAVANA SK?
IA HH, of all Ihe leading brands, with a general aesort
IIeni of Smokers' Articles alwsys on band.
June!_P. OTTOLENOPI. Agent.
FOR THE MILLION!!
[WILL REND, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OP
Hie most celebrated Actors for BO cents; 60 Actresses
ir CO ?Mils; 60 Union Generals for 60 cents; 60 Rebel
le norois for 60 rents; 60 Statesmen for 60 conts ; 60 besu
Ifulyonnc I*dl?a for 60,cepU: 60 fine-looking young
lentkmou for 60 cents; 6 large Photographe of French
lancing Girls, in costume, beautifully oolored. exactly as
liiiy appear, lor 60 cents; or for 60 cents, 6 of tho mutt
esotlful Ladies of tho Parisian Ballet Troupe, as tb?y
iipoar in the play of the Black Crook, at N lido e Oard?ti,
tart a* ordors to P. O. Box 177, V*t, H. Y.
Msy 13 _ jj ? _. II?
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUBLISHED AT ORANUEUbllG C. H.
PHIS PAPER CTRCTTLATES THRODOHODT THF.
L middle portion of the State, and offers the best
ic I ll iles for advertisers, February 0?
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS. I
I il A A BUSHELS PRI MK H-W/HMOIU; YELLOW p,
LUUl' I0CK? bushel. I' rim,) ItalUlMON Willie. f.
For salo by W. lt. HM ITU A: ?O..
H*jtt*lntrar lu 1 Napli'i'a RSU|f).
.)/ Will SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT. OP DlltLCi
?VJyjyj Importation. large, w.-ll Ailed aacka. and lu
In? condition. For ?alu tty i
W. II. SMITH A- IN).,
Hepleniber I? l Sapin'* Ramp. il
THE LEST AND HEAVIEST IN T?r CITY IS TO UF f
found et OEO. W. CL&itK A UO.'a t
Sopteuiber IB _ No. 1W Eail Biy.
WHISKEYS, WINKS & LIQUORS, '
Ir, A DBLH. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT OMAOKM,
' f\) ipialilloH and price?
nun . i,.? I Claret Wliiew
toil i aSM Kr.bli'ilani Si:liiut|i|i*
III)) Mik? llrnnity. um, .luman ? Hum. Hi. Crail limn,
Now England Itinu. Sherry Wine, Putt Winn, Madeira
Wino, ie., tte. . I
UH*) dozon of thu abovn in cases. For aalo by ,
September 17_UEO. W. CLARK k CO._
SALT, SYRUP, &c
1 CAA aACK3 SM.T FOR HALE, IN LOTH TO
J.OU\J suit purcboiorc, al leas than market ruten.
COO Ullin Oflt Urlnditono?.
100 barrali Syrup.
IOU b?rrela Hugnr.
11HK1 kegs NalU.
non baga Kimi.
WOO boara lliirnug.
100 boxea Starch.
liXKi boxea Soap.
101) boxea Tobacco, ?e., ie.
For sale by OEO. W. CL.VHK i CO.
September Hi _. _ _
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALM GUNNY CI.OTU, EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU 100 Holla Gunny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Jual received. For salo luw and In lula lo ault, by
Seplembor in ?KO. W. CLARK & (Xl.
.t AA ('OILS MANILLA ROPE.
L\?\./ MO Colls Hemp Hope.
'JOO Colla Julo Roi?.
Just roeclvod and inr sale cheap lor cash, by
SnplemberlO_OEO. W. CLARK k CO.
BREAD 1 BREAD I BREAB !
1 AAA BOXES ARMY BREAD,
i'.}l/V - c" Balo by CEO. W. CI.'.P.E i CO.
BARRELS JUST RECRIVE!) OF THAT CELE
BRATED ALE, by
UEO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
CORN ! CORN I
3500 DcrjrtNLS pnrME wnrrE W?M.I1
4000 buahcbi primo Woutaru White Com
11500 buabola prime Western Mltcd Corn.
BAGGING I BAGGING I
31) balen GUNNY CLOTH.
For sale by JOHN UAMPSEN ii CO.,
No. ll Market etroot, opiioslto Hiato alrcot.
Hoptumber 17 ' tuth'J
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CHARLESTON, SJ CG
September 14 a tutti Imo
.YILLIAM^n?lij^ <? SO*,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICF, NO. nt HAYNE STREET.
WILLIS & (JMSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
SHIPPING AGEN T S.
VT7TLL ATTEND TO TnE PURCHASE, SALE AM
Vi SHIPMENT Ito Foreign and DnmeaHr. Portal I
COTTON. IllCn LUMBER AND NAVAL STORE*.
ATliANTK' WHARF, rharlratnn. S. O
fTlUE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
I will for the present be carried an aa usual by tim
undersigned nt No. 49 East Bay, over the store formell;
occupied by CHA Ki. 1 COMLY & CO.
AH persona having Individual rlaluui must prceent Um
**STUli"'?',l,n"'' ''"'rbled Individually _wtll make pay
NOTICK TO PLASTERS O.V LLVB OP
SAVANNAH AND < A A K I, i : vi < >\ \
OFFICE BAYANN AH AND CHARLESTON R. R..1
CHARLESTON, Kopi, loth. 1B57. j
fTUOS COMPANY WI 1.1, FURNISH FRRIQliT CARS
I at tba different Tum On In on tho Uno nf Road, from
St. Andrew's to the Juurtlon nf the Port Royal Railroad,
lor tba convenience of Planters, wbo Intend to tarward
their cropa to market by Rall. Under thia arrangement,
lUce ran be brought to tba City and delivered by the
Company's Steamer, to any Factor or MIU designated,
intone day alter lt ia received by the Road.
The Company will place thia acccnunodatlon at tho
option of the Planter oo very reasonable charge n. For
rurtber information apply to
J?RN S. RYAN.
September 17 ru tba Qen. BnpL
CHARGES FOR FREIGHT,
GREAT INLAND AIR LINE ROUTE,
FROM BOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA
AND BALTIMORE TO CHARLESTON.
SHIPPERS WILL PLEASE NOTICE THE FOI.L0 WINO
TA Ul PT' OF THROUGH HATES s
From itu li I mm. to Charleston, B. C.
First-class floods.?1.38 per 100 pounds.
Second-class Goods.1.34 pAr 100 pounds.
Third-class Oooda. 1.10 per 100 pounda.
Fourth-class Oooda. BS per 100 pounda.
Philadelphia to Charleston.
First-class doods.fl,I? por 100 pouuds.
Second-class Goods. 1.29 por IOU pounda.
1 hird-?lasa Goods.1.12 por 100 pounds
Fourth-class Goods. 92 per 100 pounds.
Philadelphia to Charleston, via Annomes
: kl Railroad.
Firnt-ciaas Goods.?LOO pe:-100 pounda.
Second-claaa Goods. 1.40 per 100 pounds.
Third-class Gr ods. 1.27 per 100 pounds.
Fourth-class Oooda. 1.02 par 100 pounds.
New York to Charleston.
Kind-class Gooda..11.48 per 100pounus.
Socond-olaas Oooda. 1.29 per 100 pound*.
Tblrd-class Gooda. 1.12 per 100 pounds.
Fourth-class Goods. 92 per 100 pounds.
Doaton to Cbarieotop. . .
First-class Goods.?1.M par 100 pounds.
Second-class Goods.1.31 per 100 pounds.
Third-class Goods.1,17 per 100 pounds.
Fourth-ctass Goods. 92 por 100 pounda.
Oooda from Boston, New York and Philadelphia (rta
steamer) must be Insured by the shipper lo Norfolk,
Virginia; rate of insurance K per cent.
Goods from Philadelphia (n'a Annsmessio) sod frons I
DalUmore are Insured by the Co tn pani es.
All Booda ordered to be shipped by the HHAFOARD
AND INLAND AIR UNE. must be so marked and de
livered to our Agents, as follows : *
At Boston. E. SAMPSON, End of Cantral Wharf.
At New York, H. I. HoOREADV, No. 197 Greenwich
street, corner Dev.
At Philadelphia (ria sVamsrs), W. P. CLYDE, No. 14
North Delaware Avenue.
At Philadelphia (ria Annsmessio), PHIL , WIL. and
BALT. R. R. CO.
At Baltimore, I" B. PARKS, Bay Lino, foot Onion
IOr Tn Shipping Freight from Pltlladslpble, bo carr
fal to mark the Packages, and note on Bill of Lading j
whether lt ls to be forwarded by Clyde's Steamers, or
ria Anuamente. E. O. OHIO,
Oem Hoot. S. and II. R. H.
H. L. FREMONT.
Oen. Supt W. snd W. 0. R.
WU. MAO RAE. -
Oen. BnpL W. and M. lt. lt.
h. a. SOLOMONS,
Oen. Supt. N. I. R. R.
For inrther Information, apply to
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD OFFICE.
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND KEW ORLEANS
Cbatanooga and Grand Junction,
TH lum Gil IN FORTY-NIN? IlOUn?.
JlfUlNH LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY Al 8:15 A M, AND
7:00 P.M., making dosa connections at au points
Irrhiog at Now Orleans st 8 P.M. and 11:40 A.M...
AW-PaaaoBgere by trains of the Georgia Itailroad make
:loao connicdona with thia ronlo at Atlanta.
So BTKAMDOATO OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
EI.EQANT > I.F.F.FINQ^0A0HE8 OH ALL NIGHT
?) AGO AG F. ORBCKEt) T? EOt'aRi VAHE AS LOW AB
Tm -:- .'.J..'RY ANT OTHES R0T1 TE. ll,.;.:: i.;
THROUGH TICKET* GOOD UNTIL USED -
Can be obtained at (Tereral Ticket Omca, Atlanta, Os.
leorglt. Railroad, Augusta, G v : Sonth Carolina Railroad,
Tharloaton, H. O.; Bonth Oarollot Railroad, Col nra bia,
I. a JOHN B. PECK. MaaUr Transporta tl oo.
Inly 13 arno Waa torn and Atlantic Banroad.
BRUCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS^
COHN AND BACON.
)Q(J() BUSHELS rame winn. SI ll.LIMO
:iion litwhala Prias* Yellow cora
IfiOn i ii.ii. I, Iii JU, lu .arlin,
lair Mt? l.v ll. M. BUTLER.
September ll) _ ;?
BUCK EYE SOAP.
KINSMAN fi IIOWKI.L. Nu. IM EAST HAY, AGENTS
lor Mamila. Hin ia, nra prepaied lo lill urilora fer
m ebnvu aupcilm Snap. I Hspteuibur 19
ROPE I HOPET
-/Viv CDU. ? OREEN I.EAE MAOIiKE ROPE
J\J\ i ouu lilli tollii Oman I ?al Ma-blus Rope
?'rr* Ul : e. '.ii,ll:.- I> j.ui.l.i,.- Uupe Will ill? wall to fall
ni Hil lind, trignell, a* I guarantee lu aetl at Mamu, tu?
er', prices, ir, i,'.lit added. F.vcty Cul guaranteed.
Eur aa lu by i. N. HOBSON.
Koa. I alni -! A11 a nt'.; Wharf.
Sr|il:-tiibor RI thstuS "J
IN STORK AM) LANDING BY
NT KA .H li II SKA (Jri.I..
. WW ? KALK COILS RICHARDSON'S PURE OREEN
taUU Loaf KUM.
on wini - Oulla lhi-liHi.laoii'a Pura Oreen [.cal Rope.
Ul bal?* H vinni: I whir.
Vial li.iva Adamaulliin Candia*
SU lleve** RngB' Cuivil llama
IO lilul*. Primo shoulders.
80 liri-. Rib and Clear 1Mb Hldei.
r.o bb's. M. ? " fork.
200 tul o primo and choirn Lard.
'JO tlerrc* elmlco Wesloru Lud
?IKI bide. Crashed. Elita c. Yellow and VTiiiie Clarified
bi) haga Hin CutTnv.
Il lUBjaptllll? l?lKUirj CVlVlv.
50 boxes- Soap, Colgate.
100 balen extra Oiiunv Banging.
UH bale* English made Uunuy lljk'Kiog, a superior
article, ami weithin? two twenty-eight a pouud.
.'lin bbl* ol pure Whiskey, u?w In bond ol tho follow
btl brands: Chicken Cock, Marshal. Mountain Dew ead
lluae Whl-kcv. IIKNRY COBIA A CO.
Su,.!.inla.-r't7 _ _tilthfj
COE'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF
C\r TONS OE TRIS SUPERIOR FERTILIZER FOR
??J salo by E. U. RODOF.H3 A CO.
September 17 tnuuB
"SUPERIOR WESTERN HEMP
Df\f\ roi I. :l SUPERIOR WESTERN HEMP ROPE.
\J> For .-V uy MORDECAI A CO.
Cir rt BARRELS PRIME MOLASSES IN BARRELS.
*i?_)U For Hain hy MORDECAI A CO.
September IB _0
I cy/-\ HOLES-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EAOH.
L|U For ?ale al
MEETINO KTnEET ICE HOUSE.
CH KA PLUM ?ER FOR SALE ON
MAllMIAl.I.'M WM A UK.
Hy .ino Plarvltall, Jr.
Q ,i AND 1 INCH BOARDS
.>"?f >, 3 and \ Inch Hank*
0. 8 and ID loch Silla
Scantling!, ol ell sizes.
-???. Ordors promptly Ailed.
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(lNCORI'OBlTt:ri KOVF.iTOER 1, 1886.)
PROM THE VINEYARDS OP
Sonoma, Los Augolos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE,-Agcnt.
NO. W7 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
HOCK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL.
Port, Wine Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, Ca Ute rn m
CaUwbs, Sonoma Champagno (lu quarts), Sonoma Cnam
tmSS? SO1"1"4' " lD * C"0,"'n WC?* "d8cuU^6mo.
"JOHN MAC GREGOR & co.,
NOS. 178 AND 180 PEARL-ST..
-a-APPORTERA M VNCrAirrtlRURS AND DEALERS EN
I INDIA SCOTCH AND Kl-NTECKY DAGOE-ldL
GTrSNY BAGS SS'BURLAP SUI CABLE FOR WHEAT
AND COHN SACU1NU; alao, a largo and completo stock
of BALE ROPE, embracing Western maobuie-msd?
Hamp Manilla, Flax and Jute. Bul lng twines, ?lc, aUol
width.'they onor at fair prices.
July 13 _ _t_??2L
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
luronxxB ANO nftAixa n<
Kine Grncerle?, Cliolco Teni, Bte. Kto,
NOS. MO and 2fl2 OREENWICH-ST,, COR. OF MUR RAS
MASONIC! ORPHAN'S HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
G 8at Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
$60,000 in Prizes to he
TICKETS 0NL?0NE DOLLAR!
TO BR DHAWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn!
A PACKAGE OF TEN TIOKETS FOR TENT
DOLLARS LIABLE TO VRA W?80.0001
DAILY dOMBINATION HUES !
CAPITAL PRIZES FROM
$5000 TO $60,0001
WHOLE TICKETS from $1 to $?oi
H ll A H in? I Af PROPORTION.
Draws avery day, Sunday excepted, at Atlanta, Gao..
Vt IP. SI.
Drawing received lu Charleston, by Telegraph, at 6 P.
M.. dally, '. .
AU Prfx.es paid with ont dlscouoL
Officiai Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prtzos dabed st this Office.
?eur Correspondents may rely on prompt attention tu
it den by simply enclosing money with full address.
?Hr All orders for Tickets, Schemes, and Information
o be addressed lo JAMES KERR,
Manager's Ag set
Lock Box No. fte?, Charleston. S. O.
OR! oe: No. M BROAD STREET. September IB
(ON TUR HAVANA PLAN)
B E N I F I T
OP THE .
HURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
RS PRIZSCS-??80,030 IR PRIZE A TO BK?
Ul ST? IB UTE DI
LV> be tl raw u at Covington. Kentucky,
SEPTEMBER 80th, 1867.
iHoiinoTora, ?a ? HALVE9, ia-, QDAI?T?BS. *SJ
HiQiuiis, %utn ???? ? &53S,
The clone** ITO fir moro favorable tonn? prUasM*1
ila than lu any other Loltery (rt the world. TnwXaaara
I Lottery aVkata abo old ?Kray* c xami c e tit? lerreaaes,
Pilxze paid In full without discount :.
Official dr? srtnga sent Baum purchaser.. . ?:.?.: -
Oc?e*poszlatua may re ly on pro? s? ?U?c ti on to Of-kW*.
f enclosing monty with toll address. ' . ^ji,j. ?V
A-tsTAU oidora tor tiokats, gaSS andfavlta-ia>tM?ta
e id fl rea? ed to H. T. PETERB,
UnltcJ Btate* IXrenjvsd Agent.