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Gold cloned in Now York yesterday al HS|ai?|?
Oottou cloned in New York yo3lorday at '-'it.
Qcncral GnANT'a fatlicr is Breaking on tlio Dem?
ocratic side in tho Ohio eanvnBS.
Mrs. TOM Tncun promenades Uroadwny in block
??ilk dress and basque, jockoy bal and dirk kill
Tho Now York Under is rosponsiblo for tho fol
lowing: A Caliiolt Hallad- "HIHI M gently o'er mo
alcaling." A spirited composition.
Arrests of suspected Fenian omisaarlca continuo
in Dublin. Tho I tesl nrri-st is . lint o? JAMES WAL?
TON, supposed to bo an ngeul of tho V. ll., from
tho United States.
VALLANDIOHAM, in u speech Kinlay evening,
claimed that tho soldiers' peiiBioiiB and bounties
woro nsacred public debi, mid should bo paid. Ile
ilotiouncod Nntional Hanks ns a gross swindle.
JOUN II. KiiniiATT, who was indisposed rocont
ly, baa entirely rccovcrod bia heallli. His sister,
ANNA, visits lum ni tho jail abm Kt overy day,
spending a bali hour or moro in his coll on ench
A aiatuo or tho Empress .TnsF.rtiiNr. bau recently
boon crnotoil ?ii l'aria. Il is Ibo work of Ibu sculp?
tor DtmiiAT, and represents Ibu KinproM standing,
clothed in the UOBIUUIO ot bur limn. Hy ber sido
tho imperial crown rosla upon a cushion, which is
supported by a tripod of Orcolan lum. In her
right band tho Kmpress holds Howers ol tho An?
Spoakor COLFAX, ?II n recent speech in Ohio,
aald bo was in favor of iinpoacbmenl, mid ho was
quito positivo that tho ides.of November would
eco tho Prcsidont arraigned beforo Ibo Scnnto of
tho United States, chargod with not faithfully ex?
ecuting tho Iowa ol tho Unitod States, and usurp?
ing power in issuing bia Inst proclamai iou of am?
Oonernl LOOAN, in u recant speech, undertook lo
show that JEFF. DAVIS would havo done no worse
in tho l'rosidonllnl chair lh?n ANDREW JODNIKIK.
So Bays a Itadical pa|ior ''pon this remarks tho
Huston Poi!: Henel al F.OGAM ought to know whnt
JEFFEIISON DAVIS wcr.ld bnvc dono, for ho wns nu
ardont supporter O?DAVTB and adv?cale or South?
ern rcnistanco in 1801.
Tho Washington Giiir says: Next month a series
of experiments wil'- bo inado at Fortress Monro?
with hoavy ordnance against iron, brick, and esiili
work, lo test tho penetrating powers i>r largo gum
with difloront kinds af projcctilos. These experi?
menta will bo much moro oxlonsivo than thoBO o:
former years, and will doubtloaa attract much at?
tention among ordunuco mon.
Wu. H. Pn.TcriAnD, of St. Louts, brought a auil
in tho Cit cuit Court, against BARTON ABEL, United
Stales Intornal Bovonuo Collector, for tho rojovorj
of a cortain sum obtained by tho latter by thc
seizuro aud distraint of tho former's goode uudei
tholncomo Tax Laws. Tho plaintiff cloiin? thal
said lawB aro unconstitutional, and dosigiiB to tesl
tho matter before tho courts. Tho enso will go t<
tho United 8tatcH Supremo Court.
Tho trauBformation ol tho firearms in tho Ilnlint
anny has been commenced nt Turin. Thc govern
mcnl bas decided that tho Borsagliori shall bo tbi
drat provided with necdlo guns, nnd in ordor to ar
rire immediately at n uniformity in tho oxcrciso o
the now musket, tho Ministor of War bas ordorei
o&cb of tho forty-flvo battalions of those troops li
send an officer and thrco sergeants to a specin
school established in the former capital nf Italy.
In thc United States Superior Courl, at Saco
Mc, tho groat patent ?nit brought against th
principal cotton manufacturing compauioa ot Nci
England by WOODMAN & SnAW, ownora of th
WOODMAN patents for self-stopping cotton cards
and whioh waa referred by consent of tho parties
has been decided in favor of tho complainants
thereby fully HU staining tho WOODMAN patents
This decision, which is final, ia ono ot tho mos
important ovor givon in tho country, tho pntont
in question baring been in litigation over twolv
years and immouso intoreata being involved.
Tho failure ol the English toa houso of MCMEX
LAX A Co. caused great excitomont in Hankow
o" ; V?onc tho native lqBors. A mob of oight;
attacked thoTirilisn consul and kickod nnd braisoi
him. No man-of-war was tn port at tho time. Amcri
cans think tho Unitod Stales should havo a gun
boat on tho Yangtso Eiang- at onco, to protect th
large IntercBta at stako on that river. Tho import,
at Hankow liv American steamers for tho quarto
ending in Juno amount to $4,000,000 in valuo
waters, while England and tho United States an
The Honolu?h Commercial Advertiser ia oncour
aged by tho experience of tho China utenmshi(
Uno to boliorc that tho Sandwich Islands eventu?
ally will be included in tho regular sailing track
becanso in tho first two voyages the steamers won
nnablo to follow tho great circle route, on account
of henry wentbor in high latitudes. Tho ediloi
gays the circuit mudo by tho stonmors for San
Francisco via Ilonolula to Hougkon;, thence
to Yokohama and back to -ian Francisco, while
lt shortens tho timo, gives tho rose?le tho nd
vastago of favoring winds and eui louts for thc
The Richmond Vl?pateh or tho J ? I h inst., upoak
ing of tho WASDINOTON .Monument in Capital
Square of that city, says : "Tho statues of NELSON
and LEWIS, which havo boon lying at the bane ol
tho monument for Bomo time past, will bo olovatcd
to tho pedestals appropriated for thom to-day.
There will be no ooromony, ao far as wo can learn.
The statues will be pimply uncased and thon plac?
ed in position. As they aro very massive, weigh?
ing some four or fire tona each, tho task of plac?
ing them in position will be ono of conaidorablc
magnitude. Workmon worn busily engaged yes?
terday afternoon making tho necessary prepara?
tions, and tho undertaking will no doubt bo
The latest sensation, Baye the Now York Tribune,
truly speaking, ia tho production or a loiter from
Govornor Onn wholly and bcnrlily indorsing Holl?
and SICJKIXS. He declares that Gonoral Ordor No.
10 was, BO far na South Carolina is concerned, an
absolute necessity, and that ho dcoply regret* tba
coarse takon by tho Pr?sident and his advisers.
Ho believes that hai not General SICKLES iasuod
this order, moro troops would havo boen called for
to proaerve tho public record? and protect Hberifia
in oxocnting civil procesa at tho order or "thought?
less or heartloss creditors." It appears thnt this
so-called tyrannical order was, according to tho
Govomnr'fl own showing, an net of condign charity,
which Mr. JOHNSON has uselessly overborne and
undone. What has tho President to say ?
We are glad to loam that the efficacy of the
President's amnesty proclamation in removing the
political disability of a citizen is about to bo test?
ed in a Court of tho United States. Tho Mont?
gomery Mad, of the 22d inst-, aays: "Tho Hon.
8. F. RIOE, of this city, yesterday went boforo
tho Board of Registration, subscribed to a regis?
tration oath, and claimod tho right to register BB
a voter under tho late amnesty proclamation of
President JOHNSON, and waa refnaed. Judge RICE
will at once teat tho constitutionality of tho law
and tho proclamation boforo tho United States
Comt. Thia ia tho first case nndor thc proclama?
tion, and wo aro glnd to know that tho matter is to
ho tooted anddecidod by tho legal tribunals. Tho
affidavit was mndo bo toro W. B. WYATT, Unitod
Tho National Intelligencer ol Tuesday han tho
following : "What was uttered by General Snsnt
siM in responso to the call of Radical partisans
last night waa not unworthy \ soldier. How re?
putably it contraste with the -tidied and protract?
ed partisan harrangueof Gon ral SICKLES. The
latter is ateoped to the eyelids in all tho political
intrigue and diabolism of Now York city politice.
Heneo tho peculiar distatefol charactor of his offo
alon. Il, of course, pleased the howling blacks,
who composed tho masa of his auditors, and who
litllo know that his record just precedent to tho
war waa so deeply In ayrnpaUiy with tho South
thal ho threatened that New York would follow
South Carolina Into robollion. Ho barely anrod
hlmeoh* from Ibo "deop damnation" dna to Iho
moit conspicuous perfidy by rushing with furiona
baste into stops that would procuro a military
commission from those ho hail ovor beforo do
nonnced, if not defamed."
We hare received from tho oftioe of tho Com?
mercial and Financial Chronicle, at New York, a
slatcraont of tho cotton crop of tho Unitod States
for the year ending Soptcmber 1,18C7. It says:
"We aro now able to givo our flgnroa showing tho
total orop and movement o? cotton in tho Unitod
Stalee for tho year ending Hop tomber 1, 1807. Tho
receipts, aa will bo seen, very nearly approximate
thoao or last year, the total reaching 3,019,371
balas, againBt 3,103,987 bales for tho prcrious
twslro months, indicating a docreaso in tho re?
ceipts thia year of only 174,716 halos. It would bo
tapoeaiblo to atato wit i accuracy what proportion
of thia aggrcgnto was tho product or tho laat year,
estimates differing ao widely with rogard to tho
amount of tho old crop not brought forward at tho
cloaoi or 1805-43. yfc, think, however, wo may aafo
V take thU old aurplue at 800,000 balee, and shall
*MS2X?&. ?bout 1.700,000 balea as tho total
with an i,nn?? ff*1 8c1?on- ^ now far begins
?^?t" mali ttook in th0 interior, and
J?r? tVr' ^eroforo. lewk fdmost entirely to tho new
mra??? r<*??Pte during tho coming twolro
OUJU?ENT TO PICS.
TlIK l'iiiNt K iMiT.ui.M. lill? a largo space in tim
frenen press. Tho ?omi little bor l?Twry briglil
nt school, stands guan? I" military coBttuno, ap?
pears at public gathering,!), ami is allogotlter rundo
M?oh or. nH beconios tho heir to ii llirono ?blanko
la not likely to occupy. Thc Kmporor ls abolit to
buy mi ontato for him, and is haiti to have Holsptcd
Malorie ground lying bctweou Uourg In lloino and
?Scoaux, now lb? property of ?ho Duko uf THEVIS*,,
tor tho fut uro tooidenco of bin BOIL Tho house on
tho osliito was built by HENRY IV. Tor GAnniELLE
n'KtiniEEs. Tho Emperor is said to have oll'orud
tho Duke ?I TiiEViso thrco mi.lions for tho
?slate, bul tho Duko demands lour million?.
Tho oilier day tho I'riitfe'is tutor, M. Moi'
[KH, resigned biri pince, mid haH since pub
ished ti serio-comic loiter, in which hu ?uye:
It had becomo impnssiblo for moto porfonn
iv tunk aa nil the preceptors do in nil Haronean
couria. I entered the palace lo pei foi tn a duty,
bul upon hoing deprived nf tho nooessary moans or
iooompUaiiiuR il, I relinquished my mission.
Whul I did 1 did ctuiscioiitiousiy. lIoBrl-brokon,
hut convict d that il was my duly to do KO, 1 loft.
? I ji.nl alway? lakcn advantage of tho
?ilks, drives and liuaviiof recreation to instruct
him in every wny, elevate his mind, lill it with lib?
ral ideas, mid place ut hi? heall the holy tito ut
patriot law. Von should hove aeon tho channing
.nmpnsitioiis ho wrulo, in Ute tomi of letters, nar
atioNH and historical csamya-ab well writlen, so
correctly ?poll ! How often in tho cvoning, bof/oro
thu wliulu court last winter, ho nslonisliod ovory
ono hy the woy in which ho played at historical and
geographical garooS, showing that ho waa not only
conversant with datca and names, but also with
!,o maimers, customs und alnto of progression o?
di tho principal cotmtricH. Everybody waa do
lighted, and told mo so. Who would then havo
thought that three months ! .dei, it would he said
Hint tho aludios of Ibo young Prince wero itoglcct
?d. otid thal tho professor, who considered bia
.dncatinii ns tho work ot n lifo, would bo obliged
to the pallico basely calumniated, and even
forced lo leave Puris to escape from tho scone of
au much - deception and bittornosHY" Tho now
tutor i? M. Fti.os, PiofcsBor of Hhotoric at the Ly?
ceum nf Grenoble.
Tho liishop of Cork, IL proaehitig HI ibo open?
ing of a univ church in bis diooose, made tho fol?
lowing plea for beautiful churches: "I fool per?
sonally, or colimo, aa a bishop, very much gratiflod
I at what 1 soo, and I nm very glad that IhiB pleas?
ing specimen of nrcliilccturo is by ono of our own I
communion lind nu architect of our omi town. Tho
Almighty t'ritalor hlmRoif, wo may say without ir
revorenco, delights in boauty. AU tho forms of
tinturo aro bnnutifiil. Tho aliapo of tho hoavone
is beautiful ; tho midnight aky is beautiful ; tho
moonwalking in her brigbtnosB is beautiful ; Ibu
sun rises and Rois in boauty. All creation
formed in boauty; and, my Christian friends, Ibero I
ia no reason why we should not uso beau', if al forms
''too. What is nicbilccturo? Nothing bul tho
I .e.mt y of ordor, tho bounty of shape, tho boauty
of size, tho beauty of proportion. What is nm ne y
Nothing but tho beauty of Bound. Whit is paint?
ing? Tho beauty of color. What ?B oratory?
Tho beauly of speoch. What nro tho higher
scionccs ? Tho beauty of reason. It is contrary
to Clod's design, and contrary lo our naturo, I hat
we should not make uso of tho?o things that God
seems to delight in." Ho addod: "Any now church
erected in tho united dioceso must bo buln ni lt ed
to me bofore it can bo opened for divine ser vico,
and I would cut off my right arm before I would
sanction anything that would lesson tho bonoQts
to bo conferred upon tho people committed to onr
miniatura' charge; bnt if wo desiro lo have, aa wc
have, our houses not only snfliciont to protect ns
from tho woather, and convenient, but woll fur?
nished in every part and beautifully arranged, aro
wc to pxcopt tho Tlonso of God ? It wo could build
a houso to God with stupendous architecture, wo
ought to do so-with tho lovcliost shapes, and
forms and colors. I would I could bnvo all our
churchon beaut ifni, and I wonld I could havo in
them all beauty of sound. Tho houso is for God's
honor and (ho bim cfit of his pooplc; and the ploas
ant sounds uttorcd in it, whether im mud hy in
I ntrmuents, or thal most oxquisito of all metro
nient? il.o human tongio arc doilicabod to tho
sorvico of God. 1 tli int; it exceedingly desirable
i lint we binni Ul havo such churcbos ns this."
"MANDEL ?F. I.'HOUME ET DE LA FEMME COMUB IL
FAUT" (Lilllie.' and Gentlemen's Manual) is tho
tilla of n little hunk by Mons. EUOENE CIIAI'IIB,
to show that olegnnco and caeo in conversation,
and that amiability which ouly forgetfulness of
solf can give, aro tho chief olemcnts of good broed
idg. Tho author takes u superficial view of life,
but writes plonsantly and with aonao and good
tonto, and his anecdotes aro amusing and well told.
His account of Ibo origin of tho moustache and
what is called tho "goatoo" wo do not vouch for.
When tho Moors, ho says, invaded Rpain, tho
Christinti population bscnuie BO intimately blonded
with thom Ibat it waB difficult to distinguish bc
wcon tho two. So tho Cbriatians let tho hair
grow in ii horizontal lino on thc upper lip, and al?
lon od that ou tho lower otto to Aiow downward,
thus producing au ap|iearanco resembling a CIOBS,
by which they might recognize and rondar oacli
other assistance. Speaking of Ibo universality ol
French fashions, tho author tells tho following
story: "It has been tho custom to send a doll
dressed in the extreme of th? modo to Bl. Peters?
burg once a month, and when tho revolution broko
out tho Itussiau nobility endeavored to havo this
doll regarded as noni ral, and sn to be allowed
transit to thc Neva. The republicans, however,
ToftiBod to ont ci timi tho pi ?position, and yet, in
Bpilo of all obstacles, moro than ono beau of Loins
XYTs court dovotod liimsolf to tho sorvice of con?
veying tho faabionablo doll toils destination. Cer?
tainly martyrs de la mode."
ON MONDAY .Afternoon last (Hays tba Richmond
Dispatch of Wednesday) about four o'clock, MATTIE
A. LEE, a sprightly and interesting littlo daughter
of Mr. F. J. and Mrs. E. H. CoxBAD,*lied at the
residence of her parontH, on Main nosr Fifteenth
Btroot, ?rom the effocta of opium administered by
mist akf. for ipoeoc. Tho child was sick of eronp,
and ender Ibo professional treatmont of Dr.
WAUTNO. HO prescribed six grains of ipocac and
twonty grains of calomel, to bo made into six
powdors. In preparing tho proscription tho derk
nt tho sloro of Mr. It. W. Powens unfortnnabsly
mistook ipocac for opinai, aud it oost tho littlo
sufferer lier lifo. It is said tho prescription is
written indist ?nelly, and cannot bo readily docl
phored hy any ono unacquainted with Dr. WAB
rao's handwriting. Tho Doctor, however, says
the letters ipe. wero distinctly written, and could
not he mistaken for opi. We do not think too
much caro cou be obsorved in writing prescrip?
tions, and certainly druggists and their clerks
should bo unceasingly vigilant and ever cautions
in compounding them. Especially should this bo
tho caso whero any lngrodient is used which may
endanger tho life of a patient. Littlo MATTIE, tho
victim in the present caso, waa in tho fourth year
of hor age, and a child of muob sprightliness and
promise. Hor dovotod parents have been plunged
into tho dropout distross by thia sad bereave?
ment, and tho unfortunate circumstances attend?
ing tho melancholy evont have much Intensified
tho poignancy of their griof.
IT wnx LE A HATTER of general interest lo learn
that tho compliments or tho Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, such os military escort and a
guard of honor, as also proffers of civility from
distinguished private citizens in connection with
the funeral of Sir FREDERICK BUDGE, have been de?
clined by tho genUomon representing the English
Legation, tho declination hoing made on the
ground that Sir FnEDEMOK was not a military man
and that his friends preferred a moro privato
funeral, which is lo tako placo to-morrow, Tues?
day, at ll o'clook, at Trinity Church. Tho pall?
bearers and mourners will assemble in the ch. ireh
juHt before tho ceremony. The remains aro .0 bo
deposited in tho vaults beneath the church, sub?
ject to orders from England. Tho removal of bia
romains is a matter that tho English govornment
baa nothing to do with, but is entirely a family
affair, and it is o ip ec tod that Lord STANLEY will,
us soon as he ascertains tho desires of (he relatives
of tho docoaaod. communicate willi tho Legation
in referenco io (ho final disposition of the remains.
Hon. CUADLES SrjatNEB thinks that if SirFnEDEnicx
could dictate, ho would desire to bo buried at
Mount Auburn, on tho ground that bis grave would
there bo more generally visited by his countrymen
and also on tho ground that bo loved America'
Tue PAM, MALL GAZETTE says : "A deficit ap?
pears moro and moro clearly in tho French har?
vest. In tho east of tho French ompiro the
deficiency is considerable, and at Strasburg pricos
havo advanced, notwithstanding tho arrival of
Gorman and Hungarian whoota. Tho deAcienoy
is aleo clearly established in the south Of France,
and Mnreeillos will this year bo tho centro of largo
commercial operations in cereals, which havo
rdroady commenced. Tho wost and thc north of
Franco aro also less favored than had boon oxpect
od. Ocrmany, Russia and ' tho Danubian pro?
vinces, appear to be tho only parts of Eoropo
which havo rcapod moro wheat than bj ruouircd
for tho consumption of their inhabitants and it is
in these districts that French wheat merchants
will seek to supply their require monta. Tho wanta
of Algeria, Morocco and Tunis, in tho matter of
wheat, aro represented to be of a prossing charac?
ter, and they are expected to oxert an immediate
influenoe on tho general market for cereals,''
LA na EUT CIRCULATION.- The DAILY
I KWH publishes the Official, List of Let
rrs remaining in the Postoffice at the entl c
f each week, agreeably to thc /allowing '"
fctiOH of th* Neto J'osto?tce Luto, as the v
>ewspaper having the largest circulation in tl
he Oitjf of Charleston :
SECTIO? 6. And bo lt furtber enacted. That U*t* ol let
tn retualulug uncalled for In any Poa to IB co lu any city,
own or Tillage, ?boro a newspaper shall bo pilnlcd,
ball bel .**!*! IHI published once only In the newspaper !
rlilcb, being published weekly orofloner, shall bate Ibo |
arges! circulation withlu raugo of dullvery of thu said
AO communications iutemlcd for publication lu "
this Journal must be addressed lo thc Editor ot'the
J>aih/ AVuM, iVo. 18 Hayne-street, Vharfeskm, & .
Uuslncss Lbnimunivattons to Publisher of J Hi Hy 11
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica ?
/ttfrcrft'scmciifs outside of the city must be accom?>a- ^
nicd with thc cash.
FRIDAY HORNING, SEFTEMPER 27, 18G7. j
Juu WOHK.-Wo haTO now ooniplctcd our
uflico BO in to oioculo, in tho Bhortoat poasiblo
timo, ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK, und we
most respectfully BBV tho patronngo of our
THIS MEMl'IIIS ANDI MAUI. Ifs TON HAIL- |
The Thirteenth Annual Report of the Di?
rectors of this excellent road, which hos just
reached ns, in pamphlet form, induces us to
refer to its general operations during thc past
year as n sn bj eel which cannot hui he of inl cr?
est to our ciiizons, who have over half n million
of dollars invested ia its capital Block.
Causes, which no human foresight could
guard against, i. e., the genoral loss of crops
in thc atltnmora of 1806 and 1800, and thc dis?
astrous froshotB of 18C7, hnvo dwarfed tho
business of tho Company and destroyed prop?
erty equal to tho usual seven per cent, divi
dend on ita uapital stock; hui holli causes com?
bined have not interfered with tho paytuonl of |
interest on all of ?ls boin! dobt, and Ihe placing
of its finances in such a condition as to cnnble
tho Direction to look forward with reasonable
certainly to ft future full of promise to their
stockholders and to (he general busiuess com?
munity io which this centrally localed, main
irunk road ia a conspicuous link in an all-rail
lino of TOO railes between Charleston and tho
Mississippi Rivet, ul Memphis.
Wo present, in brief, thc following items
from thia report:
ncoxTPTa mon JOLT 1, 1 s ; G. TO JUK2 30, 1BC7.
From paaaongors. ?910,799 03
From fre?anla.. 630.88a Bi
From malla. 37.799 63
From express and elbe r sources. 80,120 93
Conducting trausportaUon. 1334.095 09
MoUve power. 338.848 CJ
Maintenance of way. 339.437 M
Malntcnanco of cara. 111,984 30
Leaving net oar ninga. ?647.257 48
Tho Superintendent's report shows in dotail
that Ibero hus been axpended in permanent
construction and equipment, during tho yoar
jual passed, $475,097.77. Ono of tho items in
these "oonBtruolion expenditures" excites won?
der and satisfaction, vit.: "Attorneys' fees ond
court costs, $200.00."
Tho interest, 7 por cent., on $1,204,000 First
Mortgago Company Booda, $90,680.00; and 0
per cent, on $1,690,030 Tennessee Bonds,
$101,838.00, total, $192,418.00, less balance
of interest received from other sources,
$23,806.38-$108,052.02, doductcd from the
net earnings of the road, as abovo, $047,207.40,
leaves a balance of $378,0:14.82, -vhich is over
7 por oent. on tho entire capital stoek of thc
CMirVUU; urK'.L^'-flil^lHules, iuUm?4u'llov.VI,.lal
The Directors, in order to exhibit to the
stockholders thc (ruo condition of tho property,
present, in thc report beforo us, a statement
showing the enliro cost of the road-way and
equipment. This we have no! room to repro?
duce, but will give the total: $7,280,180.00.
This includes the actual cuati cost of thc road
and its equipment, after deducting and charg?
ing off all loss and damage for destruction of
property by thc war, amounting to near
$1,260,000; but it does not include the losses
by natural causes from non-uso for nearly four
yours, such as decay of all wooden structures,
washing of embankments, filling iu of cuts,
eic. Most of this character of damage, which
was very heavy, having been repaired and
chnrgod directly to "road expenses," has tend
ed greatly to reduce the net earnings. Thc
road-way is now in good order, nearly all the
buildings restored and the cuts ditched oui,
enabling trains to moke about aa fast time as
they over did.
Thc report next give* a schedule of tho prop?
erly of Ihe Company, representing the value
of $7,280,180.00. lt includes "200 miles of
first-class railroad and 20 miles of side track
2 splondidly equipped and permanently built
machino shops at Memphis and Huntsville, 65
locomotives, etc., ole. "One great advantage
accruing to the benefit of thc prcaent stock?
holders is thc fact thal the roal estate belong?
ing to Ibo Company, whioh originally cost
S04.419.3i, ia now worth at least a millicn of
While all these facts aro interesting, as
.bowing that tho road is ably managed, they
would not bc appreciated by this community
without some assurance that Charleston is to
he bcnofiltcd by thc practical operation of the
road. Dividends are certainly very desirable
reminders o f property, but what Charleston
"rants more than dividends is busines* from the
.ich country throuyh which the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad passes.
It is useless to overlook the fact that but lit
le good hos como to Charleston, beyond divi
lends, from large investment, which our elly
ios in this road ; nor do we propose at Ibis
ime to fix the blame any where for the palpable
allure in our great expectation for an inoreas
si trade with North Alabama and Tennessee;
t. may be owing, as alleged, to the past
?anagement of the Western and Atlantic
load, persisting in high rates, and a dis
ibliging policy, which has by this time very
tearly cured itself, we should think, for the
ilomphia cotton intended for Charleston has
ty these obstacles of the Weilern and Atlantic
lailroad, forced open a new route through
he mountains of Batt Tennessee ; and Ports
nouth, Va., has for several years past receiv
J thc fruits of our money and enterprise-a
act at last realized by this connecting road
letween Chattanooga and Atlanta, for we have
ow assuraoos that the Western and Atlantic
lailroad will not stand ia the way of trado
his woy during th? coming year's business.
It would be equally profitless to refer lo
notlier alleged causo of failure nearer home,
ut it may be as well to give both Bides of the
omplaints, and when we find fault with our
Veslern connections, (Ley, ia turn, retort that
hero is loo much apathy among Charleston
lorchants, and they aver that business over
ric lines of road must be created by intelligent
nlerprisc among business men, and that tho
uilding of a railroad common to two point
i tributary to that city which puts forth il
Lrenglh to secure il.
Bul, as wo haro already said, the retrospect
i not satisfactory, ?od it lu botler to turn
rom' Ibis unfortunate past, and look forward
Mher to tho mora promising future, which
artalnly opens up lo us all in business hore in
horleslon ; and we cannot better present tho
Itercd condition of affair? (han by quoting
.om a letter received by ono of our mercantile
olisca, from tho Pr?sident of tho Memphis and
harleston Railroad, referring lo the entire
:oord now existing between tho South Caro
na Railroad, Georgia Railroad, Western and
Han tlc Railroad, and bia own road. Ile says
Arrangements ure now rapidly Imsic?'iii; l?i
impld'um l>v w li i i'll codon will bc it^nlarljr
irricd from ibiii (Hiiiil (.Vlenip ita) I li ron j( ii i<>
litilioHtnn in .?sri-i|'v ?TC- nowra, giving nilli'
HIM for I ra riser io your nial Mpampliip*; and
ty eight hours tu nullumin- ,n.| Now Y,.rk
nu will 'taire yin days from Memphis li?
irse vii ici. This schedule in perfectly |?r?c
cable, nnil ii' worked up ii will distance nil
>uip<!ting linc!) caa!irani, ax areli nf attract u
jnsiderablo portion of freights from Noi thorn
ilies. ria Charleston, west? uni. which uro
ow carried by rlrallines. < . ? > Hop
ig ibm a vury low Jail will H?IIH-H tho an
ounccim-nl ol' u new oidor ul' Illing*, cornily
enel'ciiil tn t>i>llt cilios, 'I HUI,'' ie.
\Vo commend this alibied ut' Memphis I ratio
j uiiit^.'.iilvr>. mnl luke occasion lu mention
lint u r Imvi' good authority Tor Maying that n
ooil ?Ioui Wratera Hale of coltan weighing 630
.omuls W?A not cost Tor lrana|M>rtallon to
Htarieatca-uiorc than $5.60, or say one cent
ior |ioiiml, unit cnn In: liriiughl through in
trtntjt-ttttH hours. Wim will gel thc first cou
igntttcnt iii rh ni lo-1 en of colton from Mctu
SITUATIONS) WAVIEU. WANTKI? HY
O two Young Moo. who cnn ?peak Kiigliali, l'roiiiii and
lurrnan. situations In nny rmpcrtmblr lmslnr?M. Mil
aafca tliiinarlTra maiaialij' nat lal la aar capacity. Ail.
hCM A. ll.. Nowa untre a* Soplrtulier ""
HOUSE WANTICO KUM A MM.lt.li ?JIC>
TEKL ratiilly. with ?Ix or eight runnm. Uno nu itu
tpeii lol willi c'ir.li ii preferred. Apply al Hil? ullleu
W AN I l l). A VIIU.MI HAW, AIIIH T 17
>V years of agu. In a HH.LMIJ; Olin o. Beat icoum
nendalnin required. AddnvsC. A. U., Nows U 111 cu
S.'j.timil. r ..???
WANTEO, A WO.II A N tWIIlTlC.t WIM*
uuilerntuuilH wurkltig a Sowing inoohluo. ami lu
attend to House Wink. Al l>ly at Nu. al M Kl. I INO
STU LET. rlMHtambrr 2:?
WANTED, A SUITE Ol'1 IMVK ROOMS, ?Ht
a llouto willi i..ur. r itv., mumu anil Mallabie out?
buildings, near th? himlni'?* |ii>rliiiii ut llio olly,
latter preferred. Apply al lilis OFFICE.
Hopltmlier til __
SITUATION WAXT-U.-WAXTKll, li Y A
msmcil man, of Moadv habil?, n Hitiutiuu ni any
respectable bimluoa-. Will wake lum -ir navrai In li?
nton! any rapacity, taldra** "O. I'.." ut Hil'" oWcn.
Annu .l la _ _
AGWNTS "NV A N T K U 11*01?
THE Ll A XV CAMPAI fl XS Ot'
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE,
UV .IA M Ks 1). MoCAUK. JH.. nf Virginia.
Author uf "Lifo of lieu. "Wunnah" .laokfin." "LiTo ul
lien. Albert Sydney Julimon," "Tin AM do Camp,*' /IC.
Scud for Circulant and noe our terni.*, anti lt Hill do
tcripUon of Um work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH
INO COMPANY, Atlanta, O.a. law' September 7
fpo nfc.N i . il<n si. NO. 17 ll KID STREET.
X. four square rooma, pantry. droFsing ruo in, anil
kllcbeu. ?ont low. Apply ON PRKMISHS.
September 27 -'
TO ILK (VT, A UONVKME.tTI.Y LOCATED
two and a hall Rtory li Itu K RESIDENCE, North?
east comer Anson and Wuntwnrtli streets, desirable tor
buslucs" IOOD, belog uear tbc cculrc of l.miurss. Well
and Cistern on tba lot, witn high and dry collar aud
convoulcul nut building?. Apply al City ircnury.
September 03 uiwH}
McS WI NE Y'S KAUM TO ItF.NT.-TO
rent, thal h. ni tli y -Cd pleasantly located TA BM
on Meeting filreel Road, emit ntde, within the olly limita.
Tbc land la all cleated, cultivated, and very tarai*. On
Ute premlaca la a com!ortablo dwoltlnc honan mut sta
bloa, a spring of clear frcab valor and a pump, lu ,.I
ardor, with every acrcmtnodattoii on tho piuco. Tur
lurther particulars, apply nt No. IT* MkETING STREET.
TEAM MILL PmiPEHTV FOIl SA I.E.
Tho undoratgncd offer for nain their valuable
STEAM MILL PROPERTY situated on Ulack Uiver,
aneen mlle? aboro Georgetown. S- C.
Tilla proocrty consista of 400 seres of Land, ou which
ia a Dwelling llouae and outbuilding*, formerly used aa
a bummer retreat far health; a Strain Circular Haw Mill
of forty-horao power, aa good aa new, of the beat modern
construction, and In completo running miter; whcr.i voa
aels crowing tho Oeorgotutmn bar ran load at ail aeimoun.
Any quanti ty or Timber ran bo purebaned, delivered nt
tho Mill, on moat reanonnbln tem?a.
Tbl* property will ba tola at raaaldernhlK aacrllleo on
original coat if applied for aoon, or one-half nf ihr. in?
terest will bc sold loan approvod putvhaaer, ?bo ?111
faratab come caab cipltal to commeiiro thu limber
For further particular?, addroaa Dr. IIOHEiTT HAUL
LEK, Mara' Bluff PoatoiHcc, S. C.
HAItLLKK k McCUICIIEN.
September lu t:l
T?MPTV nm . I.Mt s llEWAIin.-i tiil.EX
JU from my plantation. In St._l|A\\Ylli.tiA-ono _,l..t.he
bay. and tho olher a small broun hav. Alao, TWO HAT>
DI.KS-one new, and Uic nlhur mi old Saddle. A uv in
fbnnallon given Ibal will lead to their recovery will lie
rewarded aa above. U. P. MABION
Pineville. September 17. 1807.
September 10 l9.53.27.ortl
BU.IHIHM;, l iiui.i. l'LRAS.WT ItOOfllS
?lili good BOARD can ho h*l nu luinuslialo ipi.in
cation tu No. Si) CHIIIU.'U KTHEKT, ?ral udo. uear
'fradd atroet. Tem?arr?*ouable. .Inuo l*J
KLLKNT DIIAIII), AT VKItV l.OW
J rates, lu Ibc moat ci ulral liualmvu. part ur tho eily,
without ludViug. In a private li .in... can onw In' Iud.
For particulars adilrcas "X. L," Postoflh e. May in
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW
RESPECTFULLY INFOUMS II ER
irk ii.N and cuBlonicrtt that alic lia? re?
moved her stock of MILLINERY AND
STRAW ROODS TO NO. 'JOJ KINO
STREET, EAST SIDE, 100RTQ DOOR
NORTH OF WENTWORTH STREET.
September IC mwfi'i
TUE SOUSCRlUKllS HATR It F. M O V E II TUE1H
Wbolcaato Crockery ami Otawware Establiitliuienl
rom No. ll Hayoa Htreel tn No. li: Meeting ?tr?*t,
learly opuoaltn Harlie street, where limy offer Inr ailie
it and below Now York prices, an cxlenaivo u.Hurliuent
if Gooda, of direct iiuporlsUnn per "Filli. d'Ail" and
.Robort C. Winthrop."
Also, to arrive, from Liverpool, CO oralea a.uort?d
"rockery per "Queen" and "Yumurri."
Al wholesale and retail, at No. 137 Meeting klront aud
lo. 2M King street.
WILLIAM U. wno.UT.N A: CO.
TXHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTTNO
L between tho undersigned, in tho PLAINING MILL
nd LUMBER bnslueas, under Ibo brm of EBAUUU A
IALLONEE, baa been Ti l? Day dissolved, by mutual
misent. JOHN C. MALLONEE alona la antborlled to
ettlo tba affairs of the said copartnership.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
CH-BLESTOH, September 6, 1867.
rHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED ALL
Mr. EBAUOH'S latona! tn Ibo ?novo CopartUcrthlp,
tu continue on bis own account tho busluess, bercto
>re cocdnctel by the tate firm, of EBAUOH k, MAL?
ONES, st the same placo, BORLBECKS WHARF, near
io Northeastern Railroad.
JOHN C. MALLONEE.
Cinm.KjTOM, September e, l?47.
September S Imo
?TOITACTE, THE MUST CENTKAI. ANO
j convenient in the eily, at vory reasonable prices,
ir COTTON, HICK, SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac. In?
tranet, wbsn desired, aa low as any In the city. Apply
I OHO. W. CLARK k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland air?ela.
DURYEA & COHEN,
? B. Ht RVEA . . J. BARRETT COHEN*
OFFICE : LIBRARY BUILDING,
COB. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
August IB_ m Li mo
rll K UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AH PART?
NERS, and propose lo prscUco In the STATE
JUTlTS OF LAW AND FQU1TY for the Districts ul
krnwel), Beaurort ard follet?n, nuder tho name anti
Tie Of "DAVANT."
OfBco, for Ute present, al GILLISONVII.LK. Soulb
-ollna. H. J. HAVANT.
November 23 tm .1. u. DA VANT.
M. M. QUINN,
VTiolesale & Retail Denier
ri .!V /- '. .? TH i ' :
E WBPAPKIT8, 8TATIONE1TY, ETO.
No. G*7 KINO BTREET.
(Oppoilto Ann ttrceti,
Charleston, C. , S.
Tba LATEST ISSUES ol tbs Proas always on hand.
Snbaerlpllons received and floods delivered or for
irdcd by Mail or Expresa.
All GASH ORDERS will bo promptly att^ndcJ to
February 2B_ ly
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
IAB REMOVED HIS OFFIOF. FROM CHALMERS
alreet lo No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near 81.
chael's AUsy. Anoint 81
T. ??ilIHKW'M MIIM-K. NO. IO. A. I*. M.
VN rx ITU COM.MCNICA l ION or THU AUOVK
l....lco ?rill ba held HM? Krrotmf, at Ike U-Muiun
lull, ul H ..'cluck. I'll." H.. i.i?-tt ar.' particularly ni
iiu-lrd |.. ntl. ml. an imp ?lani iiii.tm tnl h?micas will
i., ?iiluiiiitiul fur Hu ir run-idi-iui-oii.
W. .1. Till M. Vt. M.
F. N.-II'-.NNT:ML I i. Seeivi ic. I s,.|in.mli8r 'tl
-IIXIIIOV root.i:. Nu. J, I.U.U. p.
?MIK DlfARTKHl.V MUTIN.1 Ol' THIS I.ODOE
i. ?ill lake |iUr? rt?i fFrltlW Keuiiit?, al ? .Vtocli
Htiiibci-an parti- ?lutl> r..i|ui sto.l nt uticiul, aiiu in. .
ti.ircd lo pay ain-urs. Hy order.
Si pli'iiiln r j; I C. I". I?. PKTIT, Secretary.
'I'll I KYKIUTSK.S
Or rm: MISSUS .MARSHALL'S SCHOOL wiri, UK
I -1 n 11 - i un TuemtajL ocinhcrTai. ni lin* Ienid unce
ul 'heir l'allier. Kev. A. W. MMtSIIAI.1.. Nu. IM Alu
ll. 1- I -Iii'..!. I ?M'IlU'IlllHM '.>.'
THIS .M ins lis Alli,l.s
\B rn.l. RESUME IHK EXERCISES OK TH El
W SCHOOL OiiulH'r lui. al Hii'lr residence. Nu.
(?IICEN HTIIEiri'. _I? September 'J7
l.s CAHI.ISIIMKNT Ol'"
lilt. M Y EUS.
riAlli: PRINCIPAL OF TUB ABOVE NAM KI? INST I
L T CTION IIUH liiili li pleasure lu uliliuuuciuu. lu IIIH
pattons, a i well a? lu Hie publie ?enerally, tint nwiiir- lo
eonlllilii il birrMM bl Hie uuuibei nf p'?|.il?. bu lian I
I. .mu? H mcrs-ary tu obtain muru huitaine premie?, ?ml
tlierefore tu-cured Hie euiutiliMliiiiia auil i-Ugiblc housu
situated nt the Nurtbweat euruer nf Cotuluu: anj bull
The ulm of the ln-lilulc brina) lu tlioTutiulily nltlrsb*
Hie pupils tor eullettiate ur business career; a sy-lcluallc
ntiil iiccuratc clrmculary Iralniti", In mtoptcd for ?neb ns
may neel thal euiirse, ami peculiar inlvatllacc? ure nlso
otb'red fer Hie altldj of Hie classic*, Miilhemalleri
lu ismseipti'liee in' re.'.-nl iiis'essary chatiKes mailt
the uuvermui III ul the Aeailrmy, Hint with n view
laeilitatitii' the inio. -h..i Hie pupil*. Hie Pritieipal
be aSKistisI by Mr. -IU1IN HANNON', a ul.ian ol
k illin n ability, and ?rho h.ii bad eousiilerulile experience
in Ihr nrl nf leaching. Mr. HANNON |niiruriued his
('ullcglnlii entuse ol similes willi distinction, In une o'
Ihn best cnlli'i'cs iii Fiance, mut subsequently taught tin
french I niiguagcs ami raSSSilca willi itiiiisual Hticceiui, tl
Hie culb gi; Of Hluls In Hist cntilitry. Hare sml cxccllcitl
atlvaiitni'es ore Ulm turo allurdeil lol' the sillily ul
French ttiHler bis auin'rvlsliui.
A primarv ela-? rnuucclcil with Hie Institution is cun?
dill ted by Mtis ROMA Ul MILE, and the varluttH iteiiart
iiieiilu 1...IHII? lin- iM-rsimal Hiipprliiteiuleiice of lim
Principal; every exertion I? m?ile tu prntuute Hu- Inlrr
i ?tn ul' Hie pupil-. I'OIIIKO nf luslruellmi : Fnullsli,
Fretielt. : -.un. Orcek. Hebrew, spanish ami dormait
Utlguagr*. ? Scplniiibrr ll
KUIlt .\TIONAb KUI Alll.ISIISIKIVI' or
REV. DR. MVERS.
riAllE EXERCISES OF THE A HOVE NAMED INSTI
1 TUTE will be resumed (lt. V.? uti WEDNESDAY.
October Al, al the Academy, corner ul Coming ami Ililli
street*. Term* moderate, and cutirse ol' iiistrurtluti
stteli as still Impart a minni und roniph tu cducnliou.
Seplelllbcr 'J . mwi_
rnilE FAI.I. TERM OF TIIK FEMALE COI.I.Efll-'.
1 spsrlsnhurg, S. tr., will .UM- I Ocluber M. UHT.
.i bu Pr?sident, Rev. A. W. CHMMINOS, D. D-. will be
aldtsl hy competent, eviterieneiil teiiebei s in every (le
llosrd lor ball ivor.IMAM
Tltlll.Hi. '-"" I"'
Coulinijcni Fee. 'J'11"
Munir sud all the Ornamental blanches very luw.
Those wishing tu pstmiiDe the School will pleasu ad?
dress tho President. Hu August <i
Al'ADKJIY (IF OUR I.ADV UK HUI HW,
QUEEN STREET. CHARLESTON.*
rpilE NEXT SESSION OF TUIS INSTITUTION WILL
JL commence uti Afumluy, ;toili ol' September, inc;.
Fur terms apply tn MOTUER TERESA.
EDUCATIONAL i -. I Alil.isll-.il .N I OK
HI V. mt. MYRRH.
TN VIEW OF MEETING THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF
1. all classrs, thc terms ol tho above named Academy
will Lc to arranged for the coming, scaslon as to placo
thc advantages nf flin in-ti tu to within the roach uf all
who desire tu avail themselves thereof.
As the number of pupila will be limited, early iutlma
,.ou la rc<|UC?icd. Tho Principal will bo In attendauce
at the Instituto on Thursday and Friday, 3-ith and 27th
Inst., to mako arrangements lor pupils,
september 2-1 _?_
MUS .nm \ A. ni,i ii
fTTTLL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
Vf on TI.'ES DA i. October 1st, at hor Residence, Mary
nt rr. i. opposlto EliMltelh.
MUSIC AND F1IFNCH taught when desired.
Mt SU LINE ACADEMY.
THIS INSTITUTIUN WILL RESUME ITS ACADE1UC
EXERCISES SKI TEM DER lat.
For Prospoctu-cs plcaso address "MOTHER SUPE?
RIOR," Ursuline. Convent and A i adorn v. Colombia, So.
imo Soptcmber 4
PROPRIETOR OF THF.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
W. F. ('ORRERY.Ol Sp.iltr.nooJ Hotel, Richluoud.
I Tulc(,'rapli and Railroad OfUVr-H in Rotunda of Hotul.
June 17 Ainu
lir.ii.lKnv. N. Y., opposite Howling Oreeu-t.n the
European pian.-THE ST EVENS HOUSE is well sud
widely kunwti tn the travelling public. Thc location ls es?
pecially mutable tn in rn-liar, ru and bu situ si men; it is iu
cloie proximity In Ibo business part uf ibu elly-ts OD
UIC highway nf Southern ami Western trsvcl-and adja
cciit in all ib.. principal Railroad aud Steamboat depots.
Tho S'U'.Vl'NS HOUSE has liberal neconiuiuds?oi: for
over 300 gns-is-lt is well furnished, and poaacssos every
m.. li m Improvement tor thu comfort and entertainment
of Us inmate.-. The rooms arc spacious and well nun
lated-provided with gss and water-tb? attendsnro ls
prompt sud respectful-und the tablo I? generously pro?
vided nilli every delicacy of thc season at modoratc ralea.
Thu moms having been refurnished and remodeled, we
arc run! d to oCcr extra IsclUtica for tho comfort and
pleasure .1 cur uucats. UEO. K. CHASE A; CO..
May 2S Gmo Proprietors.
SHACK KI.l"OK I) & KELLY,
?.IM lt VI. CIIMMIS?H1V AMI SIIIPPINO
M Kilt HANTS,
NO. 1 ROYCE'S WHARF.
( li ii l-l. lion, H. <'.
w. w. KitAOKKi.ronn. wai. AIMRN KAI.LT.
July ll_ _f_
WILLIAM Tf.~ ?I?LL?LAM) ? SON,'
Ronl Ksliilc Adonis, Aiu.lioueora
WILLIS & GHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHAMA,
WIIXATTEND TO TIIE POUCnAKE, SALE ARD
KUI PAIENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WU A UK, ('ll ti ri. ii I o ll. 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. OHISOUI
rilliE aHTPPlNO AND C0MIJI83I0N BUSINESS
L will for tho prraeut bo carried on as usual by the
undcrstgucd al No, 48 East Bay, over Ibo store formerly
occupied by CHA IO, TUOHEY Af CO.
All person? haring Individual claims must present tb?
same, and those I nibbled individually will make pay?
ment lo JOHN TOOMEY.
? July 30.
Tiiii WORLD .uno
AT TOX WONDER FUT. BETEL ATI ONS
M AUK HY THE GREAT A 9 TI IO LO ( ] 1ST,
Madame H._A. PERRIGO.
SHE REVALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW,
Sho restores to hspplness thoao who, from doleful
i vents, catastrophes, crosses In lovo, lo?? of relation? and
Tienda, loss of money, ?c., have become despondent
?he bringa together Ihoso long separated, gives I o forms
ion concerning absent fiienua or lovers, restores lost or
itoleu property, (ells you the buaiioe, yon are boat
lustlllcil lo punine and in what you will be most ?uceen
iii, ?anses speedy maiTtages, and tolls you the very day
rou will marry, gives you tho nanice, likeneaa and char
icleriiUcs of Hie person. Hbo reads your ?cry Ihotight?,
ind by her almost supernatural powori, nnvatla (he dark
ind hidden mysteries of Uio futuro. From tho stars we
iee tn th? armament-tho malefic ?tara tbat overcome or
in dominate In Ilia con tl gu ration-from Ibo aspects and
millions of tho planeta and tho fixed stars In the heaven?
it tho time of birth, abs deduce? tho future destiny r.f
nau. Fall not to conenH tho greatest Ailrotoglit oo
anti. I. coats you buta trifle, and you may never sgsln
lave ?o fiToraldosnopportunity. Consultation fee. with
IkcDCsa and oil desired Inlorinstlori. al. Partlos Urina?
it a distance can consult the Madame by mall with equal
lafety and satisfaction lo themselves, a* If lu per? m. A
till and explicit charl, written out, nilli all lnqulrlea arv
iwcred and likeness enclosed, soul by mall on receipt Oi
irico ahorn mentioned. Tho strictest accreay will le
nainlalueil, and all correspondence rnluniod or deetroy
id. Ilcferrnresof tho highest order furnished those ur
iriuutlKm. Write plainly Ibo day or tho month nu
?ear In which you were born, enclosing a ?mall lora ol
Address, MADAUC H. A. PERR??O,
P. O. OnAWEO 293, Hu rrsio, N. V.
ITKAM GAS IfTTTMn AND PLUS18RU,
r>LAIN AND fiUNAMENTAL OAR FCl illRKs. 0A8
L Itllin AND PLIIMTHN? PHOMPTLi I IT.
F.K HEH TO. No. 116 KINO Kl'RKhl,
AttgmlSl Dctweeu Broad and Queen ttreels.
NEW TALLpiilN? GOO?>S.
rivjR minm.iiiuKii mauki? tn INFORM liiw ?T
1 HONK nuil Hu' imMta it ." .. illr. m?i !>?. h"s lim re
urned (rum liss Kurili ?uti i good HM?! ?I Clollis
i'asslim res. end Vo?Uu?i, UMdkgii ami iloasaiille. an.
iliu. an ass.nl ment ?I litwtli >?? u 11 min-.i (laud*
JOHN MI Jil ll 111 MEI?,
SH Vi ANSON STHCKI",
ruHi:e IMKH?*! som II ur II ISKI. ?TKKI:I.
september ?il >u
ORV GOODS, ETO.
KAIJK jf?t? WIN ri:n
milk ATTENTION Ol'Till' IT? WIE IS M>IVL\I.Ll
I tin ll.'.I I? mir lull ami Winier ?toe i iH
F0HE1UN AND HOM HST IC
?iihli is BOW complet.! lu every ile|iartiiieut.
IVODI.I.K.VS AM) IILAXICICTS,
adapted tn Planters' nae. wo have a larne stoclt, to wai
we Invito ?portal allcutlon.
M A USU A I.I,, HU RUE aV BU WEN,
\o. 143 MKKTIXtl ST11KKT.
September 7 Ju
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ETC.
M} aim III:HUH mm.
L'A lt IS FANCY MOODS,
CON Fine rr 1 ONE I tv, *?-.
flMIE UNDERSIGNED IIEUS Til INVITE
I Irleinla anti Un: publie nen. nilly lo inspect lils
InoiiltHillHloek of Paney tin . ls. Tova, A.'.. now . j ri.ne;
at lila Bazaar. No. Vim King ?Heel.
A luoru beautiful omi complete a- irthient bas nev?
boen rxblbltril In Ibis eily, anil ns His lint is In-llcvin,;,
, eunl lal Invllallou ls BX trill led lo all to be i minno,!.
To HIP etty Irado ami iiiercliatitH Iron tho country nu
lm> lue, lu tilla market. I am prepared lo sell goods WWI
I tban auy otbur hollie in the elle.
F. von ?ANTEN,
No. Ii?! Eilig street, tl doors below Weiiwortb.
September ttl luio
MISSUS. II. II. BADEMI?P & C?.
No. 133 Meeting ntreet,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIIt ESTAHLISU
MENT, and baye now connected with thc DAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN HE OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES RODERTS, au old and popular Caterer of
thia city, baa been ongaged aa Stcarard, aud ho will de?
voto bia lime la thin bueinoss, and tho outlro routine of
tho Culinary Department aili bo under bia immediate
Every delicacy that can lie obtained either in thia mar?
ket or abroad will be aocurod, and tho Tabica bc tupplled
with the Oral of (he scaaon.
UAH BEEN 11ESTUCKED WITH
Liquors of every variety,
AND TUE CUSTOMERS OV TUE ESTABLISHMENT
will ba aerved by attentive and careful walters.
Ordom for MEALS, both lumms and Suppers, ?ill
meet with prompt attention, and l>e prepared hy expert
cuoed rooka. Tbe
Hu the second lloor, ia Rupplle.1 with
Of the beat make, and bas every convenience for the rom.
fon ofviaitora. September ll
FURN lt 0flI E.~EJC7
FURNITURE! FURNITURE !
Nos. 90 and 98 East Houston street,
Ne-w York Citv
ALL THIS FURNITURE, C0NSISTTNO OF PARLOR,
CHAMBER, HIN IN.) ROOM AND LIBRAJtY
bUTTS, la or the Latest stylen, and manufactured of Ibo
very beal material, undor the personal supervision of tho
Froprletor. an.l guaranteed.
! Parties in tho Mooth desiring fine Household Furniture
can bo supplied direct from tba manufactory; or those
about visiting Now York will Und lt to their advauUge to
examino thia Stock b cf oro purchasing elsewhere. Ail
Ooods warranted, wiro timos July til
COMMISSION AND WHOLESALE
DEALER JN SEGARS,
Leu!" ami lUauutartuicd Tobacco,
Ko. til I-', Y i ll AMII: I'l.At t?,
?ti- A fine Biuiorluieut of i v.nm. tu ut. Uavaua and.
Yara Leaf Tobacco always on baud.
September Ki imo
OOIINF.lt BROADWAY \ M) n ru STUHl'.T,
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL TIE PLI'ASED TU SI.F
his Southern friends. The choicest HAVANA SP
OAIts, of all Ibo leading branda, wilh a general assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand.
June? D. OVTOLENQII1, AgcnL
J. lil. BRMREET & SON
NO; 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARL. Kif TON, 8. O.
J. Ti. FONDA. Superintendent.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
NO. 6 STATE STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LABOR PBOOTJRED AND LABOR FOUND.
Application a lo be made at tba General Claim Office lo
H. V. ST0NH0U8E,
YELLOW FEVERJNO SMALL POX.
NEW YOKE, Jone lil, IBO?.
il the City of New Yutk, from Ibe oft repeated testimony
>f many ?lfferent 8ea Capbilns, tu whom wa bare lm
illclt confldonoe, and feeling lt a duty which wo owe to
iur fellow men, hereby bear wltneaa of the groat conti
lenin we feel lu tba truly marvellous curative powers of
iIAJOIt J. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for the care
nd prevention of Hal ALL POX, YELLOW FEVER, Ac.,
nd we cheerfully add our algnarurcs, boping Ita won
erful merita and great blessings may be known to the
UH Kt I' HONS A CO., No. 43 South Street.
CURTIS A WARD, No. ?3 South Rtreot.
D. R. Da W?LK A CO, No. 103 Broad Street.
HENRY A SON, No. 36 CosnUca Slip.
SIMPSON A SHAW, No. 37 Coonlioa Slip.
WM. A. MOORS, No. 205 Routh atmet.
JAS. T. TAPSCOTT. No. 60 Bomb street.
GEO. L. TAPSCOTT.
Of Tapacott Bro., No. 84 South Mr cet.
ROBERT HA WEE, No. 80 ?louth street.
And many others.
The nenn, dy baa never boen known to fall. Price per
ackago 16. Forwarded free to any point tn tho United
Utes. Address J. T. LANE A CO.,
No. 163 Broadway, Nsw York.
The Greenville Mountaineer
[B PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60 PEU
L year, In a trance. Advertisements inserted at nanni
ilea. a. E. ELT ORD
May IO Editor and Proprietor
GROCERY AND MISCELUNEQUS:.
t ~ i \i \ K-WKM I.IVF.KPOOI. SA l/l IUIO:<'l ?"M
I . >l M I ,-, .ni VTI.iN, i? larga ?t.i? .i in ??..>
?..n,lill..n KairMbib} W. II. SMITH k CO., i
sv|.i?ii.t..-i '.'? I Napier's lunn?. N
i Y IM? I SS SU INGLIX
SH \< Ki:i.l'filU>.v KELLY,
sept, tuber si So. I Boyce's Wharf.
KASTE UN ll AV LANDING.
I-- BALES Or PHI MK PASTERS UAY. KEW
I tj crop, l.u.liu? ou Bt?vta'i Wharf, etil tor .?'?-.
kl.<.?. IS -I..HIL
0 i ls. W AS. .-?HUM. I?. Illus IKDGHOI7ND FEED.
Koi sal.-al lowval nniik.i |.n. ..?. aid .lelivei.j lu n^y
? url ol Hu-til) Hr,- ol .liaise A|>I>I> lo
Na. HW Meeting. I oner ?I Jubtl street.
s,-|ii,.uil"-r .-7 I
1 lilli ??IA B?8TEBN LIME
14VIU ami bills. superior White Liute
liallv expected lo arrive |?T sehr H. H. .Uuiei -u
IM STORK \Nli rn ?Bllivt:
.'sm Mils. CEMENT
WK) lillis, Master
Masterin? Usu. l'ii ,< Brick, Oven Tilo, Icc,
Fur sala hy OLNEY k (JO.
PHI M K BACON S1HHLDLKS AND
1 i \ Hims. PRIME C lt. SIDES
1 ' / lil hillls, in line Shoulders
.". Iilult. |iriuin clear Side
lo tierces II HM
Jual im', i noni ate?iuem ami fut saiu by
s, |.luiuln r v.; 1 LAU .(LY * ALEXANDER.
il I i \ HAMS PRIME NOE I'll RIVER HAY, LINO
INO imui wlir. David Faust. Fur sale low by
HepUluber Sil - T. TUPPER at HONS.
I.Aim SALI: AT KO. SM KINO HTREETAND NO. ia:
' Ml ETTNG STREET, al il pordotea, by
w. o. wu II.DEN fc CO.
September 'il! ?
ii I NN Y CLOTH.
rpm: REST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CIT\ (S TO BK
I r..ninl ul ORO. W. CLARK fc CO.'S
September li No. IM list Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINKS A' LiqUORS,
1 Cif\ DHLS. WU ISEEYH, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
1 \J\J iiuslllles and pi ices
faut) casus (Ilaret Wines
lin) eases H. lo. .lon Schnapps
IUD raak* Urandy. Oin, Jamaica Hutu. HI. Cron Kum.
New Euclam! lluiu. Sherri Wine. Port Wlue. Madeira
Wine. fcc., fcc.
WOO dnr.cu ot (bu above, lu cs- -t. For sale by
september (7 _OED. W. CLARK A; OH.
1 "?\i \ B?I?M SILT FOR SILE, IN LOTS TO
I f H M I suit iiurcliiisei'-. ul less (Usu market rates.
6U0 Hin., url!. o url ?..
WU barrels Syrup
UH) barrels Sugar.
IU00 keg* Nail?
Sis) lum Sbul.
HKKI boxes lien mw..
WO Inn i - KUKll.
1000 boxes Soap.
IOU boxes Tobacco, AC. ic.
For salo by OEO. W. CLARK A CO.
.laplcniber ld _
GUNNY CLOTH I il U NN Y CLOTH !
1 Cid BALES QIINNY CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU HW Rolls Cmiuv Cloth, Eitra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low sud lu lol? to suit, 1>>
September IC OEO. W. CLARK A CO.
_BALI NO ROPE,
-1 f\/~\ i:on,S MANILLA HOPE.
LUV./ ?00 Coils Hemp HOIK-.
SOO Coils .tutu II .] i
Just received and tor sAlo cheap lur raab, bv
September IO OEO. W. CLARK * CU.
BREAD i BREAD t BREAD I
1 f\f\f\ HOSES AllAlY BREAD.
J.UUU For sale by GEO. W. CLARK 1- CO.
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 fl BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
?U BRATED ALE, by
ORO. W. CLIRK k CO.
I "7f\ ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
.L I \J For ?ate at
MEET INO STREET ICE HOUSE,
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
I71011 SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
? Ibu Manufacturar H. CLUCOH,
No. 57 Piue street. New York.
Repte-ru bet >i ajno
SALT, BAG*, ROPE.
f, r DOUBLE TWILLED SEAMLESS SACK*
.i.OUU LIVERPOOL SALT
7 inn ?ist/-? itasvv Standard UacRiuu
COO whole aud half colls Kictiardiuu's Oreemaar
aud Missouri Hemp Rope
f'otftc. Sugar, Molasses, Candles, fcc., fcc.
FOR SALIS LOW BY
OEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
vi ii Hugill: (MERS,
Huyne Street, Chariest 011, S. C.
September aa w?niC
LEA & PERRINS'
PRO\OI:NCET> _. EXTRACT
BY B7 of a letter from a
ranmcom .ansEs? Brother at
gStaA WORCESTER, Mar.
(.omi Sauce (?SR??J1^1'
fW^r "Tell LEA 4 FER
Aim AT ruc AB ix RTNS (bal tholr SAUCE
ijVJflf?la Uglily esteemed bx In
TO '^?SK* dla, and ls, in my opinion,
_ . . iTyrt?q'-' (lie uio-t palatable, ss
E\EIU \ AULL TY Sj?rfe well as ibo most whole
SSWCTTM some SAUCE that li
OP DISH. ^^aU^xatd*."
Tho success of this most drllclons ani uniivalle] rou
dimcut haviiiK causad nun) unpriuL.pled der ic rs to
apply tko naiuo to .Vjiurtnui t'esipi/undr. Ibo P3BIJC Ia
r. ?pr.: inn v au J earnftlly requested to see that tba nama
of LEA .V Pcaarvs aro upon tbo WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BO 1TI.E.
I. L: A & i' K K it i \ H, Woromur
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AOENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October 10_ fmwlyr
J. G. HARVEY. WM. P.IIARVKT.
J. G. HARVEY Si CO.,
DEALERS IN BACON. PORK. LARD, CORN, fcc.
No. 75 Exchange Place,
HAVINO CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPERIOR
nus Illy of 8 DJ EB. SHODLDKBS, Ham*. 8trips.
Lard (In Uercea, b?rrela and kegs), Fork, ko., kc. wo
would respectfully solicit orders from Southern Mer?
chant*. J. O. HARVEY * CO.
September IS _Imo?
JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO.,
NOS. 178 AND 180 PEABL-ST.,
IMPORTERS. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA, 81.0TCH AND KENTUCKY BAQOENQ.
OUNNY DAOS AND BURLAP StTTTABLE FOB WHEAT
AND CORN BACK INO; also, a luge and complete atock
of BALE ROPE, embracing Western maohlno msdo
Homo, Manilla, Flax and Jute, BaUog Twines, etc., all or
which they offer at lair prices.
July 'ti _lui?
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
naTorrza AND DC AUB rn
Fine Groeerles, Choleo Tea*, Rte. Ktc,
NOS. 260 and2<r? GREENWICH-^.. COR. OF MUR RAT
imt mix & SON,
.Vo. 698 BROADWAY,
(ESTA BUSHED 1880.)
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS' IN
"YE EVERY DESCRIPTION. W HI Oil WILL BE SOLD
J leas than at any other eatabushment In (he city,
ad warranted coital lo any mada ba lb* United Stale*.
X*r Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
HE CHARLESTON ER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. WAUENEn, Editor.
[TNDEB THE ABOVE HEAD ?UK UNDERSIGNED
U prr poao to publish a Oerman Weekly Paper, to b?
is organ of the Otrman population, and dorolsd to th?
i te rca ts or this Stato, tn encouraging rmmlftitlon and
idnatrlal Pan alts. .'
Li tara turo, Agrieulturo, Commerce, Art* sad Trade.
Ul bo representad in Hs column*, ana tb* BWa of Ut?
iv will be given.. .. 1 /. ? Al?OlSl
QiMrtl JOHN A. WAOENEB hM>lo8Jy:con?*nt*d to
Ddtxiake tho oditortal management te Hi? pr?**a>L
Hiibscrii.Uon- ?1 for Twelv* Month*; ?1-80 te Six
on tba ; ll fo r Three Month*.
Advartiseinenta Insertad on liberal tenn*.
O. O. EUC EM ANN * CO..
September 28 No, 3 Broad it reel, Charleston, & C,