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Gold closed in Now York yesterday nt H3J.
Cotton declined; closed in Now York yesterday
nt 23c. for Middling Upland*.
Cotton closed in Liverpool yesterday at ? farther
decline o? ?d.-Middli"K Uplands hoing quoted ot
flu- . ,
A hasc-hallist in Cniiislco, N. \ ., has made a
throw o? 311 feet. , , ,
Tho Lynchhurg Itadieal Retort is lo bo com?
menced Beplonibcr 98th.
JEBOUE'S raco-borac Kentucky is to bo immortal- |
izod In bioiizo by MACOONALW, tho sculptor.
Tho Tico Rep?blica is tho titlo o? an American
nowupupur published iii tho City of Moxico.
TheJ Milwaukco pork-packer, who pul up salt
and sand so nicely, has beon packed oil to tho
Slate prison for thrco yours.
In Tricato, it a cholora patient docs not call in
medical nttendnnco ho is iniprisonel for six
months, in OOM ho lives soling.
Tho lawyers of Troy have challenged all tho edi?
tora und printers lo dispute Ibo quuslion ol cham?
pionship at a gnmo or hose ball.
Phillip's Har ia regarded tho worst on tho Missis?
sippi Uiver in retarding navigation, ll is situated
between Memphis and Cairo, with searco ?ix feet
of water nu it.
lt is tho opinion ol Hie Norfolk journals thal a
largo majority ol'Ibo white voters or Virginin havo
mado up their minds to get back into tho Union
by thc shortest road.
England uses eight hundred and fifty millions
posUgo stamps annually. France lour hundred
and fifty millions, and tho United Slates Ihrco
hundred and fifty mill ons.
A witnese spoke of a particular person ns having
seeu him "partially clad." "Waa ho not quito
nudo?" asked tho examining couuael. "No,'' ro
plied thc witness, "ho woro a pair ot BpectnclOB."
Wo loam Lom a Ilichiuond paper that a Stone?
wall Drigado man BOYS ho marched 3C,218i miles
during tho war. This would bo somowboto in thc
neighborhood o? twenty miles a day. Thc Trac?
tion complicates tho calculation.
A man driviug an ox-cart in New London, Conn.,
lay on tho gronfiu tfii?-benJb.Dans?d over him. He
purpose that thc oxon not only stopped, but bark'
od tho cart over bru agaiu.
In some of tho Scotch fisheries it is nnnoiincci
stoam thining boats havo been introduced. Tin
object ot tho promotora of this now plan is ti
sand docp sea fleh to tho markotB nf Ibo day du
ring which they nro takon.
Tho Governor oleet of California was not a wai
Domoctat, aa alleged, l?o wan a Republican, bul
left tho party during tho war and Joinod tho De?
mocracy, becauao of his dotoatailon of thu man?
ner in which tho war waa conducted.
DION and Nra.vs aro to play billiards at Mon?
treal on tho 25th for tho championship of tho do?
minion. In s practico game with his brother thc
other night DION undo, besidoa a run of four hun
drcd, throe consecutive rans of 28G, 101, and 304.
"I say, Sambo, docs you know what makes dc
coin grow BO flint when you put dc manure on it ?'
**No, I don't, hardly." "Now, I'll just toll yo.
When de com begins to smell do manure, it don't
like do Turnery, so il hurries out of do ground."
GEO. PHELPS, who, whilo riding ont with lib
" intended " recently, was assaulted by three
roughs near Tnriffvillo, Ct., who attomptcd vio?
lence upon tho person of tho lady, has Bottled with
tho guilty parties on the payment of twelve dol?
A northern man, says the Valley Virginian,
who icccn* ly emigrated to Jefferson county, in thc
lower Valley, mado 1500 pounds of honey from
fifty boo Stauda last Suinmor, which ho sold Tor
$450. Our farmers should profit by this Y.inkco's
Thoy insure everything in Hartford, from your
own bte to that of your dog, or tho stoam boiler
that beats your hmiso. Appropos of Um recent
rainy season, one of tho Insurance Prcsidonts
was askod, "Why don't you start a company to in?
sure against a deluge?'' "That was tho first
charter over granted," was tho quick reply.
Tho relations of PrusBia and Italy, which wore
suppoBod a short timo since to bo of a very deli?
cate character, aro said to havo assumed a new
aspect. Count BISMARCK is represented to have
offered largo advances of money to tho Italian
Government, and promised to assist tho latter ii
it should think flt to mako a roans be,/i of tho po?
sition taken by Franco in Rome.
Tho invent igat mun In-fore a juatico of llanover
n-A- -_t-1-1;-*-.-..i .
county an organization known as tho "RiBingSons
of Liberty," thc members of whiob have beon in
tho habit of drilling with arma. Tho ovjdcnco of
the witnesses, of whom tbero wero fifty, whito and
black, bas beon reduced^ to writing, and will bo
furnished to General Schofield.
Dates from Australasia to tho 8th of August aro
re:oivod. General L.vrnotm, tho new American
Consul at Molbounio, had arrived. Eight persons
wore drowned on a prim fight oxcursion near Dro?
mons on thc 10th of July. Tho New South Wales
Parliament assembled on tho 2d of Juno. Pre?
parations vi oro being mado for tho reception of
Princo A i.niEn. At Sydney Heads ovon mun were
drowned whilo trying to roach e. ship which wanted
a pilot. ;
Tho registration of voters at San Ftancisco, np
ti August 30, was 21,004 names, viz: 11,320 native
born, and 10,033 foroign. Tho home distribution
showed 4GB9 natives of thc Now England States,
3254 nativos of Now York, 031 of Pennsylvania,
1199 ot other Northern States, 1244 or Southern
States, 13 nativos of California, and 2 of Orogon.
To tho foreign eloment, Ireland furnished 5350,
England and Scotland 100G, Germany S032, Frauco
166, Moxico 5, China 2.
Tho St. Louis Republican says that the wages or
employees are now generally going down, as will
be witucssod by thc following schedule, furnished
by well known and deeply interested parlies. It
says: Captain, per month, $200-, pilots, each, 1200;
clerks, ?150 and $75; engineers, $280; mates, $100
and $G0; watchman, $40; etoward, $75; cook house,
$125; cabin boys, $16 to $25; carpenter, $75. This
will bo noticed as a most remarkable falling off
from the wages paid but a short limo sinco.
A violent harangue was delivered ul the Taber?
nacle in Salt Lillie, on Ibo Bib ioBtant. Brother
SLOAN, editor of tho i)o8erct Jfeics, declared bim
eolf s polygamist, and bo would romain so. I in
bsd violated, and he would continue to violate, tho
laws of Congress prohibiting polygamy. Ho de?
nounced tho govoinmout os tyrannical and unjust,
and aa having no right to moko laws for the saints.
Elder EIVBAXX followed, approving the sentiments
uttered by SLOAN. He had sovonty children, and
calculated that in fifty yearn tho KIMBALL family
would outnumber the present aggregate of saints.
Tho Hartford Pott relates a curious Incident
near that oity. Mrs. ELUA BAUNBLEY, a young war
widow, lied boen courtcOLo,,A,oeTir nts vacation in
that neighborhood. Tho day for Hie marriagn was
fixed sud ail tho arrangements made, but at tho
appointed hour tho bridegroom carno not. Ho hnd
gone from tho town in an early train. The bride
was disconsolate, tho Monds outraged. Worse
than nil, tho dinner was spoiled by -siting. See?
ing this stato of affairs, ono of tho invited guests,
a middle-aged foiuior, who had been a secret ad?
mirer of Mrs. BARNSLEY, and whom she had en?
couraged boforo tho lawyer's advent, stepped up,
odored to toko tho groom's placo, and was ac?
cepted. They woro marriod, oto their dinney and
promise to moko a happy couple.
A oorrespoudent of tho Richmond Dispatch
writes from Lexington, Va., Soptorobcr 21 : Tho
town is again crowded with students, nearly all of
tho States boing represented. . All aro busy
making preparations for the session which has
Just begun. Washington College oponed on Thurs?
day. Four hundred etudonts matriculntod, and
largo numbers have Arrived sinco. Now tbore oro
over flvo hundred here, and more still expected.
General R. E. LEE hos ontorod upon bis duties,
having rccovorcd from his lalo attack, but is still
feeble. Nearly all of tho professors aro boro.
There sro at the Virginia Military Instituto nlmut
two hundred end sixty codois. Tho Instituto
building" which wore destroyed by Ooncral HVN
TEB havo not been entirely rebuilt, bul, rroni pres?
ent appearances, will bo finished by noxt spring.
Grest oxcitomont was occasioned in Potoraburg,
Va., Saturday, by tho arrest In Chesterfield and
the bringing into town of a party of negro high?
waymen, who woro captured by a party of tholr
own color, aided by a policeman, whilo in the act
of committing a robbory upon a colored man
travelling in a buggy. Tho Exprese soys: "On
tbs way thero tho crowd of colorod mon made
several attempts to ill uso tho prisoners, and woro
only prevented by tho stronuous offorts of tho
officers. The greatest excitement provsilod olong
tho route, ?nd on Syoamoro street, and in the
Court Houso yard tho attack upon tho prisoners
wo? renewed by tho colorod crowd, but
Mayer CoL-usn having ordered tho crowd to
disperso, under tho threat of calling out the mili?
tary, tho officers succcodod in gottiog tho robbers
esfely secured in Jail without injury. By the ex?
ertions M tho colorod citizens, aided by tho
officers, two moro woro captured in tho evoning.
i'nenuiST JOHNSON to Ilia thouio or nil tho ]>
Mlicr*. ?i'<< " instructive lo indico tba vuryn.K
complrvion or thoir view or I ko MHO : Thus. In u
bail?, on lin- "Outlook or Political Affairs." tho u
Wrocwfrny-i '.Tho actions rn" Provident JQ?TN
H.IN oro clearly .ml tlngruntly levolulimiury. ?ml f
(hoy ?rove him to bo oupnblo rn* Ibo wornt r.rfliis
or I reason -t bo bolroval or Ibo highest public .
Intal, ami tim attempt to aubvort Tor selfish tyin- i
pose tim Oovcromitil that bo is sot to protect ann
enforce. However rcluclanlly wo mny ncccpt tho j
conviction, ?be ?vidence will ?How no oilier con- ,
elusion than that wc linvo at tho heart of tho j
nation it bart man, dogitod ami unscrupulous, vio- ;
lent in temper, anti coarso in mental ami moral
composition. * ? * Viral, under Clod, wo trust
in tim Integrity or tho people. . * * Next,
wo have conlldenco in thc army and its incor?
ruptible Rouoral-ln-chlor. A revolution such a?
President JOHNSON is attomplinx cannot bo carried
out without military Tinco, and tho army or tho
United HUaloa, commanded by GIIANT, will not nliow
itscirio bo used lor mich a purpose" Tho Inde?
pendent ha;? n loni? article devoted to tho public
Bituallon. Its wrilor says: "\Vb beg lo inform
our friends thal tho nation was long ago, and IR
now, abundantly venrty tor thc imponchmont of tho
President. Tho pcoplo arc waiting anxiously
nay, with an almost impationl auxicty. In Ibo
ItOpMbllcan party, not u??* n Nodical win?, but a
largo pnrl id the Conservativo, uro at last united
iii rtom&nduig tho removal i>r tho only remaining
hindrnuce tu rceoiiHtritotimi; and that ia, the
Prcsidoul." And tho New Yorli Tablet, Ibo
tho organ ol tho Catholics, has at last tnkou
a decided slnud in pol?tica, und saya ot tho Presi?
dent's last proclamation: "Wo from tho first have
boen in favor nf u univoioal amnesty, and of leav?
ing tho question or Bullrago und olligibility to the
atutCB, arter their restoration, whero, under tho
Constitution, ll belongs. But tho President hlm
Hcir took a difl'oronl courso, and it ia too luto to
tain Ibis courHO now, and any attempt to do it viii
in our judgment, ouly maka matters worse, und
perhaps load lo nu armed collision botwuon tho
Executive mid C'ongrnsa. Tho " esidont can offed
uotbiug UUICHH ho nets nsldo tho reconstruction
nets of CoiigroRB us null und void, and uses thc
army to pro vont the rcnnsombliiig of Congress, or
to disperso it whon reassembled. Should bo at
' tempt this, civil war would bo roucwed, in caso thc
" bo. would bo moa? diBaU-Afl?'lonl]at.0.vror il KW
I Mn. LoNtiFEM.ow and his critics, MATTHEW An
> NOLO and his pnoniR, mid thc Catholic Church am
i modern civilization, uro Ml "reviewed" by tin
? Nation. Wo aro told that : "Mr. JIONOPBLLOW hal
malia ii translation which in not only Ibo mos
- 1'nitliful, bul IR tba most poetic, and will bo tin
most popular or tho vorsiona or tho rDivim
Comedy.'" Mr. ARNOLD'S critic says : "Althougl
tho quantity or vorso written no\v-a-daya ia fal
greater than nt any prcviouB timo, no ono will bi
. rendy to assort that t hero is a proportionato lu
. croaau or true pootry. Tho faculty of verse-writ
i big and or expressing thought, sentiment, or onto
. timi in poetic Torn), becomes more common witt
tho increase of genural culture. Hut culturo
i though Borvicoablo to genius, ia not pro
1 dtictivu of it, and an ugo of culluro ma;
bo abundantly fertilo in exccllont versi
wbilo it may rcmnin burren of tho pootry thal
bas pcimiiiie.it, absolute, und univoreal worth
i Tho dangore of thc Republican party aro consid
. mod by thc Nation, nnd wo aro told: "Tho rosul
of tho elections in Muino and California convey
ono or two lessons which, wc fed satisfied fron
wbnt occurred nt Ibo MaBBncbusotts Convention
thc Republican party will talia to heart. Tho om
IR Ibo danger of rolying loo much on party dis
i cipln.e, or oven tho goodttoss of tbc principio 01
which tho party is hrmcd; and tho othor ia tb.
danger ol importing loo much of thc Purilui
spirit into politics." Also, tbnt: "Puritanism hn
bad a noblo history, and bas accomplished mac
VCIOUB resulta. It ia through and through beroi
and self-sacrificing, even whon it has wandorci
furUiout from Ibo perteet law of liberty. Ita ca
roer in thu futuro may bo RB glorious as in tbi
past if it will froc itself from ita bnd tondcncioB
. will leam that liberte or thought is as sacrod a
emancipation of thc body, and thal legal restraint
should have nothing lo do with moral acta. It 1
hardly uaccs9ary that wo ahonld mako thc appli
cnliou ot till thia to tho attempts.which aro bain
made in Massachusetts and Maiuc to enforce b
law a standard of privato mora!? for which, u
' matter bow it may bo, ibo community is evident I
A QncnETAun i-onitKspoNiiENT or tho Now Vor
TV,',...... ??..? <?.?< sr.?^.rrr....... twwlw im t?nt n
exhibition in Querctaro, in u dirty sccond-stoi
room. A soldier guan?? the door, but admits a
who will pay the admission foe. Ho says tba co:
fin stood in thc conter of thu room, resting upon
couplo ot rude wood benches. It is covored wit
black cloth, adorned with a cheap quality of gol
luco, thc top of which bas a falso corer or lit
opening which case revealed three glasses, tbroog
which tbo silent form of tho ill-fated Austrian wa
shown by thc aid of a pennv tallow candle kept b
tho soldier for visitors' uso. Tho Emperor wa
dressed in a unit composed of u bhio coat with
row of brass buttons in front, dark blue panto an
heavy cavalry bootu. His bands wcro covered wit
a pair of white glovos, vory much soiled. Hi
month and oyes wore partially opon, plainly shot!
ing bin tcc.Ui and tba color of bis eyes. His bear
is quito gone, us well na thc greater part of bi
bair, which, I am informed, baa bcon cut off b
Dr. Lisso, who had nhargo of tho ombalmont, an
sold, ho receiving au high as five ounces-?80-fe
email locke of the same. Tim body or tho Enipt
ror remained ut LASSO'S houso until last week, wbe
it was removed lo ?tu present location, durin
which time ho mado URO ot ll as a means of spocv
lation. Ho also disposed of windover effects bi
longing tn M A \ i MU.IAN he could obtain, and chaxf
?hg largo suma for small pieces of his blood-st ai no
garmontu, which bo cut up and Bold. It ia ala
allegad that ho bas oven removed small portion
of thc skull, for which ho obtained a largo sum
roplacing it with wood. I cannot vouch for thii
but it baa goueral belief bore.
Cu Aiti.ru H. Su KI: : HEH, of Now York, uppoars I
bo ono of those mon who bavo sufficient ouorg
and "push''to start an enterprise, but aro lackin
in "bottom" to bold out and patiently continue i
carn ?ng ou a business after it is fairly under wa;
Mr. 8., with his brother, established the Kimi
Table a little over two yoara ago, and after it wi
in successful operation ho retirad from it, and ei
torod on tho publication of a new evening pape
The Evening Gazette, whick laat week we find t
sold to Mr. 8. J. AnKBHt Jits associate, and tl
manager of tho Oaielle. Wo aro of course unab
to say wbotbor tho Gazelle was remunerativo <
not, or to Burmiso what induced Mr. SWKKTSE.
immediately upon his withdrawal from tho Gazel
to commence u now evening pajicr^ ffifinier pt
M.QtuuWy^^'AU?r ?iifang iii Schicer." does ni
appear to bo borne out by LIB experience. Tl
beginning acorns essy onough, and his atartin
papers bis spooial forte. The Evening Hait, lil
tho Evening Gazelle, is n very handsomely printe
paper, edited with taste, and a plonaant nftomoc
companion to readers of tasto. Thc annoanci
mont "To thc Public'" ia curiously worded : "Ti
subscriber has sold his interest in tho Evonin
Gazette to Mr. S. J. AITERN, who has of Into bad Hi
mauagemcut of its business affairs. Tho salo wi
mndo undor circumstances which have led to Hi
immcdiato resumption of tho fiold by tho subscr
ber. Old advortiacis and friendo aro roBpootfull
invited to 'lall into the ranks' of tko Evening Mat
which ia tho Gazelle in now form."
THB TtotTHti TABLE, writing of tim two gre?
Oorman Btatcsmon, BISMARCK and VON BEOB:
says: "dormans so rarely bavo a really groi
atntesman that they ought to thank tho futo whio
has givon them two at onco. Practical statosmar
ship ia a fiold upon which tho studious, phllt
aophical Oorman mind seldom ventures. *
But, as wo said at tho opening of this articli
groat statesmen aro very rare in Oorman histor.!
and His with satisfaction that wo notice that pul
lio fooling ovorywhero concodes to botli BIBMABO
and BEUBT a place among tho fow. Wo may loo
with markod favor or diellko upon tho courso pm
sued by auber, approvo or dleapprovo of thoir rei
pective policies, but wo cannot dony thom groi
ability." After sketching tho works of each, tb
articlo concludos as follows: "Thus, whilo tho on
in Ibo North, by tho omploymont or Iron an
blood, has laid tko foundation of a now empiri
and kau aronscd to full wakefulnosa and actlvit
the dormant aspirations of an otherwise alow an
rather poaaivo peoplo, tho other, by kindness, coi
dilution, and an honest realization of moderst.
!^^1i!,rinc'p,?"/ .'B8 rescued an old empire froi
impomling annihilation, and Is robulldlna: it tc
possibly ss cvenlf.il a history in tho fnturo as wc
tho many centuries of its paat."
Tire HEW C. D. Foss Rives an account of hi
"BoligiotiB Improaalone Abroad," and after kavin
hoard Hov. Mr. SrtmoEON preach, anms him up ?
follows: "Tho chief clomouta of Mr. 9prr?OE0?
power, I think, oro thoso: 1. A magnificent vole.
2. Amazing fluency in the uso of Saxon words. I
Unparalleled fertility or icrso iUuntrnlion '
Downright religious earnestness. 5. A ten-ma
power of work. May God grant him long to livo an
preach tho Gospel ho preaches and lives so woll.
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fr? remaining in the J'ostoffice at th&.en.l
f each week, agreeably to the following
FA-t? >n of (hr. JVTIP PosloJJice. 1nt IO, a? thc
\ew?paptr having the largetl circulation in
he Oily of Charleston: . ?
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ers remaining uncalled for In any l'osl< flko in any elly,
own or TlllB(-e, where a nowspapor ahab bo printed,
hall hereafter bo published ouco only lu tho newapo-x-r
rhtch, being published weekly or oftener, shall have Ibo |
.np. .t circulation wllliluaeugo of dullvcry or the -Mild
W AH communications intended fur publication in
Ibis tournai must be addresscxl lo the Hitter of Hie
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Jlusiness Communications lo Publisher ol' IHiitij
H'I?cannot undertake to return retecled communiai ?
Advertisements oidside of the city must be accompa?
nied willi thc cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S07.
Jon WORK.- WO haye now completed our
office so us to oxocnto, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, nnd wo
most respectfully ask. the patronage of our
?rm: MAIN tll'KSTION.
Under tUe above beadiug thc Now York
Tribune recently said: " Shall four million?
of our countrymen be heucoforlh serfs nnd out
cnsls iu lbs lond of their hirth, willi their de?
scendants through all generations ? Such is
tho great question rcrunining lo bc solved by
I thc judgment nnd voles of thc A werienn people."
I Thc Tribune understands tbnt passions must
bo appealed lo in ordor to ho successful in Ilia
approaching elections. lt rouienibcrs how
successful were tho slanders and falsehoods
uttered against the South, In strengthening
year, and il feels that the life of thc party
will bc lost, unless thc minds of men cnn bc
excited hy nomo imaginary ovil. Kvcry reader
of tho Tribune knows that there is no abler or?
gan of party, ou cither side, thnn is lhat
paper, and il seca clearly thc wenkness
of tho party in power. If u false issue
eau bo made, tho party muy ho Bated, and
this issue the Tribune seeks to make. It
aces tariff questions agitating tho party. It
knows that Sunday laws nnd liquor laws aro
questions on whioh thc party will be divided,
and the formidable question of (ho Uuitcd
States debt looms up before il as n rock, on
which the party must eventually aplit. Mr.
GREELEY and his coadjutors arc loo shrewd
nnd nblc ns politicians, not to know that men
will soizo upon living issues, and that no party
can bo kept long together after it lins accom?
plished its work. Thc Radical party was
organized for thc purposo of preventing
thc oxtension of slavery, and later in its career
it stood on thc grouud of general emancipation
of thc slaves of tho South. In this they suc?
ceeded, and unless tho parly lake a step in
ad rance, it must fall to pieces, and iu falling
to pieces HORACE OREELEY, CHARLES SIMNKII,
HENRY WILSON, and the other Radical leaders
would lose tho fruits of power. WENDELL
PHILLIPS beckons them to take another leap
forward. He wants "negro suffrage," and
ia spite of any resistance " negro suffrage "
must bo a plank in tho Radical platform, or
tho parly must go lo pieces before thc next
Presidential canvas will be over. There are
issues of vital importance which are necessari?
ly pressing Ihcnisolves on tho country, und thc
party which moroly represents what was a
great isBiie, must give way to thoso who have
work lo do. In this country lhere is no room
for idlers; und this is at true of political parlies
as il ?9 of individuals. Unless a party has
very soon forgotten. Even military men in
this country pass rapidly from before thc pub?
lic. Their popularity is soon destroyed. With
rest to the soldier, comes forgetfulness of his
deeds. The Tribune knows that when there
are no now issuos to bo made, tho party must
fall lo pieces by its own weight, nnd conse?
quently it advocates "manhood suffrage." It
knows that the American people will not Btaud
still, and that it is necessary to adopt this doc?
trine even at the risk of defeat. Defeat on
this issue would probably giro tho parly a
rallying point, and an opportunity of recover?
ing lost ground, bul shrinking from this posi?
tion would be annihilation.
Thc Tribune however mis-states the question,
when it uHks if " four, millions of our country?
men shall bo henceforth serfs and outcasts in
tho land of their birth, with their descendants
through nil generations." Thero is not a single
State among those that formerly held slaves in
which every black mon is not entitled to equal
rights before the law. There is nol a single
State in which the liberty, life and properly of
thc black man is not fully protected, as fully
na aro the righls'of any of our citizens. Thc
South on going into the war, knew what were
the issues. Wo woro defeated, and honestly
and manfully acceptod the defeat and its con?
sequences. Tho abolition of slavory was one
of thoso cons?quences, and the present Consti?
tution of this State, framed by tho most promi?
nent and influential of our citizens doclares
that " thc slaves in South Carolina having
boen emancipated by the action of tho United
Slates authorities, neither slavery nor involun?
tary servitude exaept ns a punishment for
crime, whereof the party shall have been duly
convicted, shall ever bo re-establiihod In thiB
State." Every other State in the South has
incorporated similar proviaions in its funda?
mental law, andjjrH( oll^en|cg^>l^^ Qfotes??ov"
ernment has passed a Civil Rights Bill which
in case any 8tate refuses to give justlco to any
ritizon, enables that citizen to appeal to tho
United States Courts. How then, under these
circumstances can any portion of the people of
he United Slates be reduced to the condition
>f serfs or outcasts? There is but one way in
.vhich this can bo done, and that is by fol
owing Messrs. PHILLIPS, GREELEY, STEVENS,
it Co., and going outside of and overriding
he Constitution ; by rejecting thal compact,
ind by using towards minorities similar op?
pression to that which is now practised towards
en Southern States.
The true question now before the people is
?.hellier tho liberty and Ibo rights of thirty
wo millions of white men shall be taken away
or the purpose of enabling Mr. GREELEY and
iis coadjutors lo carry out their sobemos for
ower, disguised under tho namo of philan
hropy. Tn other words, JJituiXiio question ia
rhethor political machinations shall tuoceed
a giving to four millions of blacks " manhood
uffrngo," al the pride of the sacrifice of the
ights of thirty-two millions of whites, whose
ights have been guaranteed to thom by the
'(institution. Mr. WBHDP.LL PHILLIPS states
be whole matter much more fairly than does
Ir. GREELEY, and that tho Radicals will follow
is teachings, if they bavo the power so to do,
o one familiar with the political history of Ibo
isl fifteen years will deny. In that period he
as regularly educated the parly up to his
and ar J. He hts made, opinion, and they
aro profiled by his toaohinge. Speaking, re
antly, of the issuing of Ibo Amneity Proola
latlon, be said: " I consider the issuing of tho
mneaty Proclamation by Ihe President an act
r as gross resistance, at would bo an armed
?sistance to Congrost. Il indicates a treason
ilu state of mind and purpose. It is nothing
nt another effort to build up rabeldom.1
In other wordt, ho holds that tho exercise
' constitutional powert vetted in the Execu?
te alone it treaton. Congrott represents tho
tiing majority. Congress abould, therefore,
ive absolute power, and he who dec: asy i
litulional ucl whick Congress might no! dosirc
lim to ilo, ls guilty of I re.ison.
In the same conversation Mr. I'nii.i.n-. ttlsu
mya; "My Idea, therefore, is I Kal Hie lirsl
ict of Congrats should hts io impeach lite Pres
ilcnt. Thr next, timi Congress should iucor
aoruto in tlits Conalilulioil three moro limita?
tions over Sinti? BOYCreJgnly : First, Iiiiii no
?State shtMiltl ever discriminate in the elective
11 iim-li i r on nccount of nico or color, timi, if I
liad my individual tvay, on account of ?ex:
second, thal every State should nave II system
of free tcliooK nnJ, if they omitted lo do timi.
Ibo utilional Coveniiueul should ile it ut thc
expense ol' Hie Maia so negligent: rand third
whicb ougbl, however, lo bu Brat-timi every
tuan, every person boru on American soil, or
of American parents anywhere, is n chiton
bull> of Ibe mtlitin nml Stnte lu wbiuli Hie
parents belong, 'flint ia, I would put ibo d?fi?
nition of citizenship und (bc protection of tlie
citizen iu thc bunds of thc national Govern
iiieni, ami make them universal instead o
local. Ami, indeed, I shnll not think tbc war
ia cnilcil lill these amendments ure incorpo
rntoil in thc American Constitution."
He does not wish lbe.se things Jeno roiisiilu
llonnlly, but by Congress. Thal body, accord?
ing lo Ibis theory, should hold Ibo reins of
government; sweep away nil checks unit hal
bnlauccs: grnul " munliooil suffrage " ami
" womanhood sulr?ge'' too. iu limo: destroy
Stnte lines, uud leave in the hnnila ol' u shirt?
ing, cbnnging majority nil of thc powers of
nu absoluto despotism.
Tho Itmlicul party musl either ?lund or full
on the question of whether thc Consiilution
uh all he preserved or desi roy e?l. If ibo coun?
try is lo bo unveil, il must lie sn;-ed by it ver?
lief of the poople in favor nf constitutional
liberty, lt may take time lo decide Ibo nues
lion; bul whenever il is fairly anti squarely
mailc, thc blood nf 'TH will be found still
coursing in thc veins ol' Ibo American people.
It is vain for thc Tribune, and Ibo oilier leaders
of Ibo ?en ly. to v?il nml disguise Hie Issue be?
fore thc people. There run bo no slavery, no
- *?"." "'"K'ng of outrntUs under ibo Con?
stitution. There cnn he all ut mest) nun ..... .
whenever lladicul theories arc triumphant.
Despotism musl nml will come If they prevail -
come a? bitterly lo thc North nu il hus already
como to thc South. The true point for tho
American pccplc lo decide in, whether we
uhnll hitve the Consiilution, or whether il sbnll
bc destroyed forever. Thc wish tuny bc with
us thc father of tho thought, lint we cannot
believe that our people will ever consent lo sur
render I hoir liberty. We believe Hint they will
assert tho dignity of the Constitution mid prc
serve their rights. When I he day of uwnkiug
comes, lhere will bc no degraded State or
sisterhood of Stales. All will bo freo tn work
out, united nnd in harmony, thc high destiuics
of the American Union.
WANTED, A i.DOD LOOK A EVO HOOD
WASHER AND IRONER. Nonn ucctl apply but
white wemen who ran como will rcs enmiende.I. Apply
nt PAVILION HOI KL. 1 September ?U '
WANTED TO HIIHC, A WHITE OK COI.
OHED NURSE, to mimi children and make ber
solf generally uecfUl. Apply al NORTHEAST CORNER
KINU AND HUDSON STREETS, over Moro.
September HO 1
"TIT ANTED, A YOUN O BIA Ai, AI1IH?T 17
VT years of age. In s Banking omer. Desi recoin
n endation required. AddroasU. A. H., News Oilier.
WANTED, A WOMAN (WHITE,) Milli
undcrslauda working a Sewing inschtue, and lo
I attend to House Work. A|ply st Ntl. III M Ll. i I Ni i
STREET. _ September 03
WANTED, A SUITE OK Kl VE IIOO.M.H. OH
a House with four or Uv? rooms and suitable out
building.-!, near Ibe busllieaa purlieu ni thu city, ibe
lattor preferred. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
SITUATION WANTED_WANTED, HT
married man, of aleaily Imbin, a situation in any
respectable bualuess. um make hiiuaclf useful lu al?
most auy cspacliy. Address "tl. P.." at Ulis nltlce.
.A. O IF. aV 'V S WANT H". L> IT" O lt
TUE LiFKAXD CAMI'Md XS Oh'
GENERAL If ORE RT E. LEE,
DY JAMES D. Mi CARE, JIL, of Virginia.
Author of "Lifo of ?eu. 'Stonewall' Jackson." "Life ol
Hen. Allier! SydiiP3 Julina.rue /itu ne t amp. ive.
Send for Circulars and see our lernis. ami a lull ile
scripltan of the work, .vj,ire?. NATIONAL I'UHI.Isfl
; INO COMPANY. Atlanta. Ha. Imo? September 7
rpo HINT, Til AT PLEASANTLY AND ELI
-L OIBLY niluatod two sud a hall etoo* IIRICK RESI?
DENCE No. IS Wentworth street. House conta Ins tour
(ll upright sud two ('Jj garret r-.no A linn cist ern and
all uorcasary outbmldluga on the Int. all in good order.
For terms, te., apply al THIS OFFICE.
September 2t luths
TO HUNT, HOUSE NO. 1 I. Ill EUT Y STREET,
with eight room,, a bath room, ritters aud trail ol
good crater, goa lights and outbuilding*-all In order.
Posecaaion given lat October. Inquire No. Ill HAY NI:
STREET._ _ atulUG September '.'1
TO KENT-TH AT THU EE STOH V Hit II Iv
Honan. No. 16 Stain atroe I, lately fitted up in mod?
ern stylo, and ls admirably adapted for a Restaurant and
residence. Itcnt low lo a goad tenant. Apply t i
HOLMES A: MACBETH,
Septombcr 17 luths No. :tf! Broad street
FOI!. SALE, TWO SADDLE AND DH A PT
HORSES, lu linc ordor, warranted sou ml and Ken?
tle, st No. 33 SOUTH BAY STREET.
September 26 1
ABINOLE GENTLEMAN WISHES TO
procure BOARD AND I.ODOINO ulUi n privato
rsmUy within five minutes' walk of Ibo Po-to Bice. A
family wbero thorn are no other boarders preferred. Ad?
dress KEY BOX No. MO. Poatoffice.
BO A II DI.Ntl.-TIIHEK PLEASANT' mn ills
with good BOARD eau bo hod on home,lut.- appli?
cation to No. 6? CHURCH KTiiEET, ?est ?ido. uear
Tradd street. Terms reasonable. June T
T.IXCELLENT UIIARD, AT V EH V LOW
Jil rates, lu tho most central bualuess ian of th? city,
without lodging, In a pr?valo house, can now bo bad.
For particulars sddreat "X. L." Posloftice. May
TUE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED THEIR
Wholeatlo Crockery sud Olaasware Establishment
from No. ll Hayns ttreat lo No. 137 Meeting atmet,
nearly opposite Hoyne .trent, whero they offer lor salo
at and below New York prices, sn oxlcualvo assortment
of Gooda, of direct importation per "FUlu d'Atr"
"Robart C. Winthrop."
Abu, lo arriva, from Liverpool. GO crates naaorted
September? WILLIAM G. WHILBEN 1 CO.
fpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
.4;~b*,wean AN0U3 SMITH and DAVID BROAD
?OOT, as til? firm of billin k BHOADFOOT. Divers
and Wreikors, ls this day dissolved.
_ , , - DAVID DROADFOOT.
Charleston, Soptomber ls, 18?7.
Boptombor 36 -j.
fTtJJE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
ii ittHSSSL1^ undersigned. In tho PLAINING MILL
Krr..:?..?.?EB bntlncat, under tho finn of EBA Uo ll k
aJALLONEE, has been Tide Dey dluolvcd, by mutua
conaont JOHN O. MALLONEE alono ia autborlted ti
setUe tho affairs of tho said copartnership.
D. O. Kl! A ru ll.
. JOHN 0. MALLONEE,
CHAMAS-ION, September 0, lt67.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING PURCHASED ALL
Mr. EBAUGU'd interest In tho shove Copartnership,
tvHI continus on hut own account tho business, hereto
(pro conduct/id by the. late Arin, of EDAUGH At MAL?
LONEE, at Ute sa mn plier, HORLDECKH WHARF, near
tho Northeastern Railroad.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
OH ASUSTO*, September fi, 1867.
September 0 Imo
STOnAWE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
ronventent In Hie eily, at very resbonablo prices,
br COTTON, RlCtf. HALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. ic. In
luranco, when desired, os low aa any In tho city. Apply
O OEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
Corner Eaal Bay and Cumberland streets.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
? EW BP APE UH, ST ATI ON Kn Y, KTO.
NO. ??T KINO NT HE KT.
(Oppotltfl Ann ?trw ti,
Charleston, C. S.
Tba LATEST ISSUES of the Press alway? on hand.
BJib?fT,I,U.0D? ??e?I?e4 and Goods delivered or for.
rani esl by Mall or Express.
All CASU ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 38 _ ly ?
Tho Greenville Mountaineer ?
[8 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT tl 60 PEU
L year. In a trauco. Advert!tementa Inserted at usual
O. E. ELFORD,
*>?7 M Editor and Procrtstor
i>imi CAHOI.I.NA MANOMI; UKNKVU
1.1.Ni Mil. "di
I1IIK IHHIULAM MONTHLY M KUTI NO WILL BK
1 ini<l iii Mamine Hall /'..< fcVafaj. IhuMUi IBM.,
hall-MMl sew? iiVlu.k. Menthols sud Candidate,
ci will be punctual lal stun.lance.
Uv unka >>i th? I'usMent. w. A. WILSON.
september96 I* Hew! arr.
I, (i. ?I. ?.*.- lill WA UH I.OIIUK SIO. 3.
lim: HEtlUlaAll ul'AKTEHLV Mf ETINO OF THIS
I LOHi.Ewlll bc held J'.... (I'hnreda)) Krtning, nt
.lil Fellow'* II??, nt 7 "M uk. Mi inborn will plua.ii st
md prepared lo pay arrear*. J. K MEYER.
Il lagani ?1 secretory and Tnaaurcr.
YUIMI ?..UMKH' COLI.Kill ITU INSTI?
lilli". IXl.H NCIEsoi THE TIMES UAVB CAIMHH
1 lb?i>jMuilaa4ouMMoC lha Matti Normal and Ililli
:.i..?l I" um' II?' lniiIlium an a Frvo School. Til.' Slut*
.ormalaiiil HI?1I^ITIIKII. nu miu i?nriiil/a il, wi I tl i r, I r.'
H-irai-i. ir..i, under Ut? Hile of Un? YOU Nt l I.ADlE.v
'OI.LKtil.YU'. IN'siTl UTE. to the collum ilium, build'li?
Ul Hie e. .rib Hide oftleotgi- street..N'n. ?UK door weat
.1 Kim: HIV, i. npenliw OUI'OIIEII -Jil, l<?"\
1 .ilium in Hie Preparatory Department. SIJ-MI pei
lair neaalon. or |Hir nnniini; lu ilia Co leg?ale Dopail
iient, ?I5 |M-r bali Kesshm. or $00 per annum. Freiieb.
Draw lu,', unit \ ... .1 Music, aie Included in Um regular I
.mir?e. Latin, lirenk. fi. ilimn. Hallan. Spanish, Ii -
. trumeiilal Munir anil Painting, are ellra, at moderute
A limite J Hin?ber or De. riler- will be received al thc
[unlitiitf. Donni, ti [.er un-1.lb. or 5300 per annum,
itiiiiiillui: Want tun. LiKhtx. Fuel. ele. Parlor Boarders
received ut tbc above priers. All payments Btrictly lu
pour.1 ol liislrinil.m ii? loHows : Kev. IIKMtY M.
MOOD, A. M.. Prluel|ial; Dev. lt KN HY A. DASS, A. M..
1.rm Malbi'liialleH ami Autieul Ijiigllago?'. Pr...
fd.si.r LEWIS lt. UIDDS. A. M.. M. !>., lecturer nu
Chemistry aud .Salural I'lillusopby: Proteeaor F.
HOLME.*, Iselnrer nu Ufology aud Natural lib tor)':
L. A. FRAMPTON. M. IL. Proliwsor ot Modern Lau
KUaKtfSi Profess?t WM. M AST LUMAN, Iualmetor lu
Vocal Musk ; Miss MA HY C. MUDD. Instit tl ?Sa in
Dia?lui! and Painting: Miss LAURA M. HILL, timinie
Itvss lu English Diaiuiicn.
Scpteinlier -i _m,.'llmil
MKS. .loii.v i.ACORNS'
1I0ARD1XO AND DAY SCHOOL FOB YOL'NU LADIEH
1 If lld. RESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER I HT.
>V CORNER WENTWORTH AND SMIT H .STREETS.
Ibu course of stniltoa ta thorough aud couipletc. Tim
French DasoarUnrlll ?III lie conducted by a resilient
Fi emil Teacher, anti Um v.? bulle? will be required tn
t-lK-ok Ireinii. Fur terms, cte., apply as above.
September I'.i _
C.?l?sTlNA KUUCA'TIONAI. INHTITI'TB
i tilt VOt'NO t.nm s
MESDAMES C.1RAHD A- DOWELL.
MUIR 1XF.HCISES OK THIS SCHOOL WILL DE 1
I, resmur.1 (D. V.) on Afuuifiiy nerf, Septembor Ililli.
Mr. ALEXANDER will remain lu cbargo ol th? Kuglisb
Tba recnnl for Hie Find Cls?sof Uutiur will be com.
lucurid i tl Hie Ul October.
September 'J _Sept. tf.PJ.IC.Ili.'J.I.M
"1IMLI. IlKsUMF. THE EXERCISES OF UER
TV SCUOOL lilli YOUNO LADIES, on Tttttday.
i M.ib, ir Isl, al NO. G AIKEN'S KOW.
Sept cai ber vt lluui:
At AOK.il Y OF Ol'R LAU Y OF M IC lt CV,
QUEEN STREET. CHARLESTON.
rpilK NEXT SESSION OFTU1S INSTITUTION WILL
JL rommenco on Monday, 30th of September. ItHVf.
For tenus apply lo MOTHER TEltESA.
EDlll'ATIO.NAL i ST \ il 1,1H 11 n i: N T OF
REV. Ult. ->ii Kits.
IN VIEW Ol'" M BETI NO THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF
JL i. I ula.ats. Ibu lerms of Hm abovo named Arsdoniy
will bo M> arranged for tbc coming session sn lo placo
tbs advantage* of Um In ti lut. within Ibo reach of all
who ih -Ire to avail themselves thereof."
As the number of pupils ?ill hr ll mit.vi. carly Intima?
tion la rutltassted. Thai Principal will be In alt.?tulum o
at thc Instituto on Thursday and Friday. 06ih and 'J7tb
lust., to make urraugcninnln for pupils.
AIRS .loilN A. itu M
TXrrUi RESUME TUE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
T T ou TUESDAl, October 1st, al lier Residence, Mar}'
alreet, oppoallo Elizaliutli.
MUSIC AND FRENCH laugbl ?ben desired.
IT lt 1.11 SCHOOLS.
CITY OF CHARLESTON
MORRIS STREET SCHOOL.
TUP'. SCHOOL WILL UE OPENED ON MONDAY
Ibo '-' ii Inst., for Colored Persons exclualvcly.
. Applications for sdmPalan will bo recoived at the
SchooMi. nee cn ami aflur Ibat datu, belweou Hie hours
ol'9 and 1U A. M., dolly until further notice.
No pupils will bc admitted who ara under 0 or over IC
years of age.
Rv order ol thu Hoard.
E. MONTAOUE ORIMEE.
Secretary Commissioners F roe Schools.
l lt si LIM. ACADEMY.
f puis INSTITUTION WILL RESUME ITS ACADEMIC
X EXERCISES SEPTEMBER 1st.
For Prospectuses ploaen address "MOTHER SUPE?
RIOR," Crsiilinn Conveut and Academy. Columbia, So.
Ca. lum Soptomborl
intOintlKTOR Ol' TH li
HR KKKVII.I.K, ti, C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
N13W ORLl "IANS.
W. F. CORKERY.Of Spottsivooil Holli], Richmond.
Telcgrapb anti Railroad Offices in Rotunda or Hotel,
.lime 17 Cuto
STBVKMM nut si;, Nos lil. 113.110 ANO '47
lire nb.a?, N. Y.. opno'.iif Howling Oroeu-lu tho
European l'lau.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ls well and
tviitcly kno? u lo tho travelling public. Tho location is es?
pecially mina ole lo merchants aud business men; lt is lo
cloie proximity lo ibu business part nf Hie city-is ou
tho biglin ay ol Southern and Wc etc rn travel-and adja
eeut to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat dapols.
The KTKYalU UOUSE lins liberal aeroiiimodaUor. for
over 300 ?ii. Bia-lt ls well furuialiod, uud poascsaea every
modern improvement tor tbe loufort and entertainment
of its minutes. Tho moms aro spacloua aud -veil venti?
lated-provided with i;.e, and waler-the attendauro ls
prompt aud respectful-and Ibo table ls gum ron.I y pro?
vided with every delicacy of thu scosou at moderato ratea.
The rooms having boen refurnished and remodeled, wu
arc nul ' -uto oiler eura rael lilli's for the comfort and
pl--a- mv ..r our nu-d.i. OEO. E. CHASE k CO.,
Hay -Js limn Proprietors.
FACTOR AN1) COMMISSION MERCHANT,
O HARLE S T O N, S. CS
September lt atnthlnio
WILLIAM U. G1LL1LAK? & SOX,'
Heal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 3.1 UAYNE STREET.
W1T.T.TS Si. 0H1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL Al TEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
SHIPMENT (lo Foreign and Domsstic Pori.?ul
:0TT0N. RI Cl". LUM HER AND NA VAla STORES.
ATLANTIC IV ll A lt K, Charleston, M. C.
t, WILLIS.A. R. LUISOLM
October J '
T1HE SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
X will for tho present be carried on as usual by the
indcreigncd nt No. <S East Dsy, over tho atoro formerly
peopled by CRAIO, TUOHEY k CO.
All persons having lndlvlilual claims inuit pr?sent tho
troc, and tho9c Indebted individually will make pay.
nen! to JOHN TUOMEY.
COMMISSION AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN SEGARS,
Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco,
No. 81 KXCIIANGR PtVACK,
MAY" A fine assortment of Connecticut. Havana and
ara Leaf Tobacco always on hand.
September ill .. i<
OIINKK II Ht) A Div A V ANO ] 71 il STU ICKT,
M .iv YOHK.
DHE I'NH EUSTON KP WILL HE PZJUSKD TO REF
lila Soulliern frleuda. Tho cltolresl HAVANA HE?
ARS, of all tho leadlug braut!?, with s gouoral assort
cot ol Smoker?' Artlrlea always on hand.
Juno < D. OTTOLENOUI, Agent.
l io Asl OAS FITTUR AND I'l.v ?I II ;.: 11
>HIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIT i URE s (JAS
FrrriNO AN? PLUMBINO PROMPTL. VT.
:K1>LT> Ta ' No. 110 KINO HTREtvl,
kugntt 31 Between Dread asd Queen rtreuts.
HATS ANO CAPS.
U.ST KK??K?VBD HY NT li A ..I Kit
mm, TUB MARTEL!. UM TfJ
L DHOW? ?ILK H.vl IfM
Mixi.t. ( l.i)lll HAT
All new Myles. ?I
e. lt. MUNSON'S.
HuplwlwraO Hui N" -*?? Kimi ?Ind.
i"TlMiW mlHL ?
IlUE NEXV STVLESOK HATS FOR MEN AND BOTH
arc now bein? opened at "-n'KK.I.l.'S HAT HALL."
lo. 3LI King ?H eel, sign of lill Mlll< H it 1
September I? . till
SEW TA I LOU I NU (iOOl).S.
IMIKSl'llsi'IllHKII DEHMES TD INIiillXl ll isp Al'.
HUNS ami Hie nobllr geiu-rally. UtaJ li . ha? iin-i rc
uracil rroni Hie Nertli Killi s i;oo.l supply of t leih,
.uhsluicres. ami VejUnipi, loreign ami ?UwsrsHc, un,
Iso. au Maori uara 1 ?if Gentium, n's Potmatoloa; I tousle
Nt). SO ANSON S lit K.F.I,
TUREE DOORS SOUTH OF HABEL STUEKT.
.Scpl.-iubcr 21 bl
. , . 1
0 RV GO00S, ETC.
DRY noons ! mtv (.lions
DRY GOODS !
rpm: suiisiMiniLit. .uwr.pii THANK, AT KO. sta
JL KINO KTKKKT, Victoria llau?c, would respectfully
luvllc Hie nlteiillon nt the rill letta ol l.'liurh-nloti. Hm
hullo, especially, and visitors from Ihc cuuulry. lo lils cv
lenalve purchsseK. He han Jim returned trom Ilia North,
having .elected a complete block ol' fOHKIOK AND
DOMESTIC IHlY GOODS, embracing everything lound
In a llnil-claHH Drv Oonda itoilse. I. .tb a. renards nimbly
sud price*. Ills stock cousl-M* inpart ot tba following
KINK VBEMIHI ANO ENGLISH POPLINS
FINE I IU:M ll AND ENGLIM1 MERINOS
ALI. WOOL DELAINE*
PO FLEM ET*
HAU DK DH KN H
BOM ll AKIN LS
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACA
lil. WK SILKS
HOURN IN Cl CHAPES
AND COI.OIir.D SILKS
LADIES' FURNISHING UOODS
A full assortment of every description.
M, 10-4. 11-4 and HM HHOXVS AND HI.KAOllKD
A large and Reli ct BS.. - lim ul ol II A SDK KItClll I I S.
from t'J.'j routs up te 17.
KINE ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS. i.'ASSIMEItKS sud
SATINEIS, of sll colors and qualities
111. Il sud U l ALL WOOL MED UI.ANKETS
A hill stock of WHITE, KED, PLAIN AND PLAID OVE
Al Y CLOAK ItOOM
I. c?mplele, and conni nts of a beautiful stock of FINE
fl.Ol ll AND SILK CLOAKS AND SU AWLS.
A Ann asaorfiuent of Ladles' Trimmings, Handler,
chiefs. Collars, Yankee NotiniiH, Perfumery, soaps. Ice.
A call bl solicited, and I will lake pleasure to sbuw my
goods, to come before purchasing claewhore.
No. 215 KINU ST RE KT,
VICTORIA lt A.NO El.
.Septembor 'ii tiillieltiin
F A 1,1. AND WINTER
rpuE ATTENTION OE TUE TIIADE IS SPECIAL!.'
J. hutted tn our Foll and ? inter atoeK ot
FOREIGN ANO DOMESTIC
which is now complote in n. ry departnictit.
XS ?11)1.1.1- VS AND HI.AMKKTS,
adapted In Planters' tine, wa have a large ntock, to wi
we Invito special attention.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Ko. 143 .nr.KTlN?; STm:KT.
September 7 2iuo?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES
'lim: ..un.MjiiMim.1 MO-VV IIUDlUDI'I'I'l.l.V
JL VITES attontl. ti tu their large, varlod no.-l. ul
HOOTS AND SHOES, auil are ottered lo the public st the
0. O'NEIL & SON.
No. STB KINO STREET. ABOVK tlKOItflE STREET.
August Ht -.tull .'mo
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ETC.
HI (?L?iis* 111,111 III t HT i;n s.
PARIS FANCY GOOOS,
fpHE UNDERSIGNED DEOS TO INVITE HIS
1 friends and thc public generally to inspect bis
beautiful stock ol Kanrv Goods, Toys, now opening
at his Ballar, No. 290 King street.
A more beautiful and complete assortment has never
been exhibited tn thia en v. and as seeing in believing,
cordial Invitation ia extended to all lo be convinced.
To tbs city trida and merchants Irom Um country now
buying in this market. I sm prepared to sell goods'lowe
than any other bouno in tho cit..
F. von SANTEN,
No. 240 Eiug street, ; doors below Wenworth.
?i pi. inner 21 Imo
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
?LOBB I lill. I\SI HAM r COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS FERSONALY RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE.
May 1? tb:
LIFE MUM ?NV
VI SS YUH K
A. A. LOW.
?IL???!? u rifilltinN.
H. B. CBITTENDEN!
PETER C. CORNELL.
Hou. WM. KELLY.
WM. H. TINDALE.
OIL. L. HEECKMAN.
JOS. A. 8FRAQUE.
RUFUS R. Oit A Vi:s.
ALEX. V. BLAKE.
JAMES 8. NOYES.
WM. O. FOWLER.
SAM'L B. CALDWELL
N. H. BENTLEY.
WM. P. PRENTICE.
I. H. FROTH INQ II AM.
lion. 8. TABEIt.
noami OF oniECToR* :
[. KUI UTI INGHAM.
G LO. L. WILLARD.
H. E. PIERREPJNT.
Uh-O. t. i nero Ml.
THOS. T. UUOKI.EY.
HENRY A. SSVIFT.
JAS. H. PRENTICE.
GEO. L. NICHOLS.
J. w. FnoTiirNauAM.
WM. C. SHELDON.
OLIVER S. CARTER.
LEWIS II. LODER.
J. T. D. MAXWELL
EZRA P. PRENTICE.
OEOROE L. WILLA ni), President.
O. H. GORDON, Vice President.
0. iv. PLY ER. Secretary snd Actuary.
TUE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS INSTtTU
[ION are very Liberal and attractive, to thoas who alsh
e Inauss thslr lives In a FIRS r CL SSS COMPA?A . Its
lualncss ls very large and rapidly Increasing, All tho
arion* kinds of policies sro insured on as favorable
oms as arc olTcrod lu soy other good Company in the
euntry. DIVIDENDS Increase svltb the ago of the
'ollcy. Non-participating rslen nru lower lhan tboso of
ny Company In tho world. Losses poid In thirty days
fter due notice and proof nf death. Liberal imago
oonti made in regard lo travel Ono-lhlrd of tho amount
1 premium will be loaned tho policy-holder If desired.
J. ALFRED CAY. General Agent,
oin,-.- lo roar of Elmoro Insurance.
July M stulb3mo Law Range, Broad street.
YELLOW FEVER AND SMALL POX.
NEW YORK. Juna ld, HUTT.
WE, TUE UNDERSIGNED, SHIPPING MERCHANTS
I tba City of Nsw Yolk, from Hie oft repeated testimony
' many different 8ea Captains, In whom wv have im
licit confldeorr, sud frelitag lt a duty which we owe to
ir fellow-men, hereby bear witness of Hie great conO
.ore wo fe?! tn the Indy marvellous curative powers of
AJORJ. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for lue core
id prOTfuUon of SMALL POX, YELIATW FEVER, Ac,,
ul we Cheerfully add our aljutlurr*. hoping lt. won
irful merita and great blessings may bo knowu to the
ll H LET RONS ic CO., No. 13 Suiitb Sire? I.
CURTIS k WARD, No. Iii Ponlli Ktn-et.
D. H. DaWOLF k V.O. No. 103 Broad sired.
HENRY k BON, No. 25 Coenlles Slip.
SIMPSON k SHAW, No. 27 Coentirs Slip.
WM. A. MOORE, No. 205 South street.
JAS. T. TAPSCOIT, No. 88 Bouth street.
GEO. L. TAPSCOTT,
Of Tapacott Bro., No. 86 South airest.
. ROBERT HAWKE, No. 80 ikmth strisH.
And many otbera.
Tba Remedy baa nover bocu knows to fall. Price par
ckogo as. Forwarded freo to any point In tho United
ilea. Address J. T. LANE k CO.,
No. 1A3 broadway, New York.
Up Ism her 7 30*
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS^
/liili Hill* I:ASI i UN l.lMi:
?4AJ\I ooi) Mila. superior White Limo
Dullv o\|tccto<l lu an Iva wi ? kr. s. H. Jauatasuti.
IN MOW: ami i" AiiHivK:
Maj Mil- ri.Mr.Ni
Illili bids Plaster
li:i?l.:rin.' linn, l ire Ulick. Ilviu Til?, ?to.
Fur wie liv Ol.NEV A CO.
?RIME BACON SHOULDERS ANO
s I UKI
i ri uiiM I'HIMI: i:. it ?IDES
Lv" 10 bini?, j.niue Hbouldur?
fi billia, in-tin !. Clear Htd?4
lu livrera llama
Jual ia i., ii-, i ir. nu eleatnen, aii.l liar ?ale uv
S.irttfiubrr'.'li J LAI'ltKY ?V AI.KXA.NDEK
KA ST KILN HAY.
I - r HALE* PRIME SEW EASTERN HAY LASH
I I r) I Sil und tur sjle. HIM. A lor', V.
-..pleinVr 'Jd I ?I Kant Hay.
) ?j r\ UAi.Es PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY. LASH.
?jfjbvr INO imin nebr. David Kami. For ?alu luw by
s, |.mini.. r Jil -j T. TUPPER A SUSS.
HAY ! ll AV i ILLY !
S)(\i \t\ BABES ll AV. FEM st'IIIl. FAUST, Koli
?VJVJVJ Hilo, lo? ?bita lauding.
WEST K JONES,
Septimilier W I So. 78 Kant Bay.
WOOD ! WOOD V
fOHN KUAHKKV, HASEL vl'HKKT, HR r VT REN
ri Kant Hay und Ibu wliatl, bu-* ?lipon, i OAK WOOD
lor ?ale, al $7 lier cord delivered.
Suptcinlier th! I'
IMtESEKVIXG JA HS
I.vtllt SILE AT SO. 2SS KING STREET ASH Ni?. U!
1* MI KTINil S I ItEiri'. al tl per donni, b>
iv. ti. wuii.UEN \ ru
September -ii! 6
~HV.V.ti WHEAT, SHED RYE,"
ll LACK SEED OATS, UAHI.KV.
O? Ul Bl'SHKLS CAROLINA LOW COUNTRY Ml.1.1;
_ V r\t RYE, ?uilnble for pu ?lu io.
Si) llualiela .Maryland Seed bye.
OW HualielR Choice Selected Seed Wheat.
0(H) Bushels HU. . Seed Oats.
AO Huahcla Seed bailey,
.loni received, and for salo bj
JOHN CAMI'SEN A CO.,
So. ll .Milt kel III vet, i.pp. ..ile Slate I'.le.u
September 'Jl 3
l'E?t U VI AN ; 0 U ANO.
.\TO. 1 PERUVIAN Ol'ANO (WARRANTED! IN STOKE
j> and i.H salo b\ T. J. REHR k CO.,
September 21 ll Kerr's Wharf.
riin i- HEsT AND HEAVIEST is HIE CITY IS TO UE
1 foima al UKO. W. CLARK A CO.S
Septouibcr ls No. iw Esat Hay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
1 fid nm-s WHISKEYS. OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
IVJVJ i|llalilics and prices
SOU eases Claret Wines
100 canes Schiedam Schuappa -
IOU casks Brandy, Obi, .laioulca Ruin. Si. Croll Hum.
New i url nu.l Hmii, Sherry Wini), Port YVIuu, Madeira
Wilie, A-c.. Ac.
loon .1"'en ot tho above In cases. For sale by
Kcploiuber 17 UEO. W. CLARK A CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &c.
1f?i\/A SACKS SILT FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO
?MM r ault purcliaavrs, at le., lhau market rotei.
fsW Illus Orlt Oruid-atoue*.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Sella.
OOO bags Shut,
inoo boxea Herrin.-.
100 burna Starch.'
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco. Iv., Itt.
For sale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
Ne [ il el i il iel Iii _._
???NNY Cli?Tll IG U N N Y CLOTH !
1 f\f\ DALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
HUI 100 Rull? Gunoy Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Jin! received. For sale low and In lot? to ault, by
Septeint.er 10 _GEO. W. CLARK k CU.
1 ill 1 COILS MANILLA ROPE.
JLUvy 00U Colls Hemp Roi?.
200 Coila Ju M Ropo.
Just received and lor sale cheap tor cash, by
September IS GEO. W. CLARK k CO.
BREAD ! BREAD I BREAD !
1 AAA BOXES ARMY OREAD.
L\J\J\J Fur aale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
S /? BARRELS JOST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
J.U DRATED ALE, by
UEO. W. CLARK A CO.
Kept staber ir.
GUNNY CLOTH. ~
?i-?f\ HOI.LS-ABODT SIXTY YARDS EACU.
? AJ For sale at
MEETING STREET (OB HOUSE,
K^p'.elu I .ec 0
BALE, ROPE, BA?HTIWT?D
I.Wit SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. BY
; lbs Maiiutactiirer H. CI.UCUK,
Ko. 67 Piue alreel, New York.
September M _ _ baa
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 A j"\ HALES GUNNY CLOTH
I V J tn bales Extra Uoavy Cloth, welshing 2.2i ot,
CO bales Extra Heavy Cloth, weighing -2. ?3 oz.
BU bales Extra Heavy Cloth, weighing 2.20 oz.
SO mil? I xtra Heavy Cloth, weighing vt.-jj oz.
25 rolls Extra Heavy Bengal Hagging. 45 Inch.
211 roils Him.ian Hemp Hale Rope.
For sale at lowest markut prices lu lots to lull pur?
chasers by ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO.,
No. 'lui Ui -t Bay, corner of Cumberland alreel.
September 21 tilth.6
CHE'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF
Off TOSH OF THIS SUPERIOR FERTILIZER FOR
??'J ?ale by E. H. RODGERS At CO.
September 17 tuthia
CAJJF?RNIA WINE COMPANY.
(cicORroniTEn sovr^rara 1, 1866 1
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, LON Angelos and Napa
YV. H. OH AFEE, Agent.
NO. 907 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON. 9. C.
HOCK, SHERRY. SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCAT!.!.,
Port, Wino Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Urandy, California,
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne Un quarte). Sonoma Cbim
I agnc (In pinlf, 24 in a ra'PI in wood and giana.
April JO tuthsGmoi
j. U. IIARVKY. WM. P. HARVEY.
J. G. HARVEY A CO.,
(j O II M 1 a 8 1 O N M i: ll i' ll A N l's
DEALERN IN BACON, PORK, LARD, CORN. AO..
Ku, 75 Exchange Place,
H A L T I M O It EV, AI D .
HAVTNO CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPERIOR
quality ol SIDES. SHOULDERS, Hams, .Strtpa,
Lard (in tierce J, barnda and kegs). Pork, Ac, kc, we
would reapeclfully solidi orders from Southern Mar.
chants. J. G. HAHVEY k CO.
September 25 _Imo*
JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO.,
NOS. 178 AND ISO PEARL-3T.,
?.M Poll IEE?. .MA N I. i Al'I Uli Kl; S AND DEALERS Iii
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY BAGO INO,
INNY BAGS AND BURLAP SUITABLE FOR WHEvT
AND CORN HACKING; also, a largo and completo stock
ur BALE ROPE, embracing W^atern tuaonlne-niido
Hemp, Manilla. Flax and Jule, Baling Twines, otc., au of
which they offer at lair prices.
July 83_ gina
THOMAS ll. AGNEW, "
IMPORTEa AS'P UCJ.LER IN
Kine Groceries, Cuolco Tens. Kt?'.. Kio,
NOS. 200 and 262 OREEN WICH-M',, COR. OF MUR HI Y
J. ill. BRADSTREET & M.
VO. '20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, B. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
SO. ii STATE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.ABOR PROCURED AND LABOR FOUND,
Application!! lo be made at tho General Claim Outee to
H. V. STONH?USE,
Hephnuber 1? _?MO
^ -firatsKERH and MUS- ^tgpw
aflSS? VI/ TAC UKI (erred tu mt^Sk
BJ T9 gruw upon the sinootbeat BL-BB
.aH*w fi,-o In from three tn ST* ^9 *y
fi?m ?a cbs by u.Inu Hr. SF.VIll- HM0
BSBL. NB'S RESTAURATEUR fl^BL.
r^nWajyV, llAPILLATRR, tho -1 ajtfjttWh
woiidorful discovery lu mri- ^HHST*^
^^?T deni sclenro, acting upon ^^^p
? Tlnard and Hair In au elimut uilrarntona manner. I
is been need by tho elite of Paria and Loudon with the
ost nattering auroeas. Names of all purchasers wt!
.reglntorcd, and If ontlre aaUafacttou ls not given in
erv Inatanro, the money wlU bo cneerfnlly remndrd.
Ice by mail, sealed and postpaid, tl. DoacripUve cir.
itara and testimon?ala malled fri?. Addrsaa BEBOER,
1UTTSA CO., ChemlaU, No. 285Elver street Troy, M.
, Bolo Agents for Ibo United Slates
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
>TJBL!SHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
. Orangeburg, S. O. Tema 12 por In ad.
Daring the coring and fall aaaaons extra ooplea of tba
i AM QI: n Da.> Nswa wal be drculated for tho benefit ut
r advert!*Peg patrons.
Contract Advertlaomente Inserted on tho moat liberal
rina. AddroSI SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangebtrr-J Havre,
Fabrourr 9s Orarigehnr-r, a