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Ico hair an indi Ulick ?TM fonuod in Wisconsin
last week. .
Thoro aro llftv miles of police telegraph m Now
?ork-twouty-rour in Brooklyn.
A now stvlu of bonnut lin? niado ??a nppoaranco
iii 1'nriB. lt ie a twino with ? diamond Bot in tho
,0Earl R?asEtxs non, now travelling in ?his
country, is tho smnllost man in tho llonso bf Coni
It in said "'at doinostic affaira oro improving tn
Chicago, tho marriages aro boroming almost as
numerous as divorocs.
Al a recoilt nodding in Scran-on, Pa., tho bride
rocoivod ton thousand dollar.? worth of proseuls
Good illaro to got married.
Tho Santa Fo tindo ovor tho plains Ima boeouic
vory largo. Tho amount piid for freighting 01
that routo last year in ostiiuntod at $M,000,000.
Au ontorpr?Hini? Arm in Philadelphia has con
utruotad a private telegraph lino to Now York, fo
the eapeoial accommodation of a fow largo biiBitiUB
oatublishiuonts in thal city.
A Chicagoan refused lo pay 1800 for a pair (
horses because thoy did not Buit bim, but aft?
warda paid $2,000 for thom nt a horso fair, ui
knowing thal thoy woro tho name.
It ia estimated that'ono-lontb of tho unliro nun
bor of prisonors and Boldiura at tho Dry Tortugi
havo dlod of yellow fovor, and tho plaguo baa nc
asBumi d a moro malignant form.
The lUrra AUABAU Synagogue, on Elovon
street, botwoon Marshall and Clay strooU, Ric
mond, having boon onlargod, ropaintod, otc., w
reconsecrated on Friday ovoning. Tho Hov.
WECHSLEH, tho now minister, preached his inaug
Tho papers of tho Mexican Capital annum
that tho Mitunter of Brazil odored to tho Fron
and Austrian soldiers of tho lat? Empire to ta
them -ito tho Brazilian servioo, with their rosp
tivo grados, mid that thoy havo accepted. Bien
ers aro ready to take thom In Rin il? Jouulro.
Le Louisiana tolla ua that in the Parish of ?
Jamoa, a tract of lovoo and batturo two arpo
lona; by half nn arpont in width, in front of I
dwelling of Madame Dos.nr, lying botwoon I
plantations of MosBra. SnxrnxBD audDnon.ii
lum fallen in, and that tho high road itself !
sank below tho lovol.
Tho Fronch Govornmout, saya tho Liberta,
lust ordered eight hundred thousand waist bt
each bavin,' attached to it a small medioiuo I
Tho litter will contain whatovor ia uccossar)
give, in a rough woy, a first dressing lo a wo?
or to atop dyceutory. . Tho wholo will cost al
Thore is nowa to-day from Captain HALT.,
Arctic o IL plo r or. At last odviioa ho waa at Bop
Bay. A year ngo last winter ho modo a Joumo
Pella Bay, about ono hundred and eighty n
north. Next spring, in company with six w
mon who havo joinod him trom tho whaling f
he lntouda to proccod to King Wllliaiu'd Land,
will return home, if poaaiblo, in 1BG8.
Throad spinning ia now comluotod to an ex
which is moat astonishing. A ningle, poun
wool at Norwich, England, has beon upon into
aOO yards, or ovor twenty-two miles of tin
Hand-apinniug, however, baa beaton tim, for
announood that aixty yeora ago a M?HS IVE
Spaulding, England, spun 68,000 yarda, or
miles of thread, from a Biuglo pound ct wool.
H alexi in is tho linnie of ti now species of bini
powder, which rather cloavos than crushes, a
ablo property if usod in coal mines. It will no
ignito spontaneously uor by friction nor by po
sion, and its exploBion givcB riso neither to di
rious gases nor -jimke. lt is twice un bull
gunpowdci, but it is ono-half more powerful
is compoaod ot sawdust nine parts, charcoal
to flvo parta, nnd nitro forly-fivo pou to.
The Inquirer, at Gonzalos, Tozas, naya a
freedman told bia old m autor that his sabio
neis waa getting too feeblo to work, and wan
bo oloctcd County Judgo. "But," ?aid his on
or, "you must know tho law of tho land bofoi
caa act as Judge, and YOU can neither ro:
write." "Oh, well, dat makos no difference,
J., I wants dc office, and den I wanta you I
clork. You can do all tho wilting."
Tho Oalveaton AV uv says: "With regard
extent of tho cot) on crop, it ia thought it <
thomee nu laborers in this country, ind ove
season's cotton will be, much of it, allowod
on the ?talk or boat to tho ground for tho 1
tho laborer to got it out who planted tho seo
cultivated the plant."
Tho iron minos of Marquotte, on Lake Sup
yield mor3 heavily every yoar. Tho produ
I860 amounted to noarly 400,000 tomi, altl
nc axe ol y ton y oars havo elapsed siuco oro wa
shipped from that region. The iron is t
down from tho sides of a cliff by blasts of pc
and sent into Marquette by rail cara, which
down to tho wator'* sido with little auBiataucc
steam power. Tho depth of tho bods baa
been moasnrod, as inexhaustible supplios i
The exportation of grain, chiefly from Hm
continues enormous, and tho railroad cotu|
cannot furnish one-half tho transport requin
though thoy havo borrowod many hundn
wagons from their neighbors, and aro con*
ing othoT as expeditiously os they can. Tl
portaci?n of cattle, which usod loruiorly to b
siderablo, hau suffered a groat deal from tho ]
lonee of tho rinderpest, which still rages in
counties and districts in Hungary, in BODIO
of GoUioio, and ovon at two placea in Lowoi
The NatohitoohcB Tunes, speaking of tho c
lately imported from Deba, saya tbuy are a
anbatitnto for our former negro slaven. A
blush their ineffloionoy waa attributed to a cl
o'i climate, and tho want or familiarity wit!
agrirraituro InBtrumenta and manner of cnltiv
Tho foot is become final and undeniable thal
are incapable of oultivating thc soil proQtabl
are not to be roliod on in making a crop,
are lazy, mutinons, obstinate and thievish,
ia the verdict of the plantara who have em]
Chin?se ooolioa in Louisiana.
The No* York World says :' "Tho latosl i
lion at Barnum's Musonm is a livo gorilla
lured In tho wilds of Africa, Qvo foot and
high, and ousting 18000. The animal arriv
Tuesday, and groat diffionlty waa oxporieni
transferring it from the oago in which it had
the voyage to tho pormanent oago in tho Mui
Daring tho operation the gorilla display)
great muscular strength by bending doublo a
wrought iron bar an inoh and tbreo-qui
thick. It baa a faoo and eyes like a human t
and ita hand is as delicate aa that of a woona
la now secure in its cage, and held by an inn
chain. This is tho only specimon of tho t
now on exhibition in this country.
Ht. Pani, Minnesota, is soon to bu conned
an xmbrokon lino of railway with tho lako
and tim East. Thia will bo offoctod by an i
sion of tho Milwaukeo and Prairio dn Chcin
w?y from McGregor, opposite Prairie du Che
the Iowa aide of tho river, west to a point
fleeting the Minnesota Central Railroad,
runs in a nearly north and south lino fn
Pani. Tho Milwaukeo and St. Paul Railwi
soon complete . o> similar extension wost
Crosse, intersecting with tho samo road,
rnns through the best and most productive
region in tho country. Thcso extensions w
only quicken tho dovelopmont of Minnoao
will lessen tho cost of her agricultural prodt
to the Eastern consumer.
Thu New York Herald publishes eevoral i
Moxloan dooumonts relativo to tho diBpc
M?TTMTT.TAM'B body. Esoonzno was order
toko sole charge of the romilns, keeping a
guard over them. Admiral TrarrnoFP, in t
to have them turned ovor to his charge foi
reyenoo to Austria, said that he had no ci
UaJs, being merely commissioned verbally 1
mother of the Archduke- to obtain his roma!
tb? family, if possible, thoy considering a p
rsqaeat would please the republic buttor th:
offloial one. Ha was informed by tno Pro
that when he obtolnod official documente, i
press authority from tho family, the Govern
ont of a natara] aonliment of pioty, would b
. posed to permit the removal of tho romain*.
The (Jomet saya tho Mayor and Council of
Re URO have determined to adopt such proca
ary motearos against the introduction or oi
Hon o? yellow fever thoro, aa will composa t
.Ired aim if anything possibly can. A gu
police will bo stationed' at the landing to
boats as they arrive from any infected poinl
provent tho dJeombarkine; of any person I
tho fever, or or ?ny other poraon not design
remain, or of any fi broun goods under five
.nd then only after undergoing a dlBinfcetin
oe*?; and no ono will bo allowod by tho po
go OB board of any snob boats, unleai intend
leave the plaoe. In addition to those prooa
such sanitary meas area asa thorough clei
and liming of tho city, burning Ur, otc., ari
enforced as may tond to romovo any local
for opidomlo disease.
< ; IIKK13N T TOPICS.
A LOUDON warren rproloato agiiiiml tho doelro '.
commonly prevailing among purent? and toaehoro
tn puah children forward in their studios without,
any regard to thoir health. Pit? or nix years, boj
aaaortH, aro not too much tu touch a child lo road,
april un J writo well. Ho mids: "Thuro ?a, nidood,
ainohft nil dusses, a disposition to cram, and any
ono attending tho examination of n vii Iago eohool
cannot but feol tho absurdity of tho questions put.
Subjects aro loamod by roto, to bo forgottou as
noon ns tho examinations nroovor; and tho manner
In winch tho ohildron raid shows bow utterly in
officiont tho toachlng has bcon. According to tho
s ystem al pro9ent followed, it IH impossible lor au
ordinary child lo road decently; tboy bavono limo tu
lenin. Tboro is :t class, and oaob child lins to road a
sentence; this is repeated iu a nasal sing-sung
tone, without auy infloclioii ur voico ot
proper omphahis; wbon tho book IB pasBod to Ibo
last child, it comes back to tho Ural, until tho les?
son 1B ovor. Ho? can thora bo any interest or
emulation 7 liven tho BOIISO must bo lost. Chil
tlrou atlond Behool from niuo in tho norning till
I iv ol ve, mid they return ngaiu nt two till four.
Tfaoau nrc loo many honrB for any child lo bo Bit?
ting ?lill, poi lug over loiboiw. Threo hours n dav?
is aa much as s child can apply, allowing for lu
torvula, for lt cannot bo eunpoBod thal three hours'
continuous oludy oun ho good for any ohild uudur
ten yonrs old. ?f n different syHttm woro estab?
lished, theto cannot bo a doubt that moro roil
learning inighl ho imparted, aud a groat deal ol
practical information ueiiuircd besides. Supposo
reading, vritiug and ni ilhmotio wero only taught
to obihlren up to Icu yonra old, all Ibo day nood
not bo Bpcnl in thoso; and if arrangements woro
nmdo to occupy tho ohildron iu BuccoBHion in soma
nctivo employment, by which their iulollcclB
might bo Bharpenod aud kopt aliro, Ihoro eau bo
no doubt that a vaat iniprovoiuont would bo appa?
A noun ii)K.\ in tho way uf cooperation ia sug?
gested by n correspondent of tho Loudon TWi"
grufh. Tho writer ?B n eily dork. Coinplaiuiug
of tho exorbitant priooo charged in ealing IIOUBOS
si'present, bo Bayn: "Now, tho romody bi in our
own bands, aud tboro ia no rcaBou why elly olarks
aud otharrt who fool Ibo uecoasily of tho stop
Bbould not CBtabliBh a dining ball on tho principle
ottho various cooperativo sociotios, at prcaont ao
lucrativo omi conUucivo to pomonal comfort."
London in not singular in rcapool of extrava?
gant chnrgoB by restaurateurs, or in" tho
necessity that n largo number of nor citi?
zens aro under of obtainiug nt least ona
ono meal por day at a public oatlug house.
Thousands of young mon m New York engaged
iu oounling-houscB sud offices nro obligod lo tako
a midday repast ot such placea, and their nppo- j
tites aro trcipimilly moro Uroly than their purses
cnn woll afford lo satisfy, nt tho prices asked in
docent establishments. Consequently thoy aro
forcod lo bo abstemious, or to resort to Ibo "ohoap
nnd nasty" sort of dining saloons, wherotho food
is unclean and uiiwholoBomo. An oating-bouBO
t, I established on Ibo co-opcrntivo plan, by a number
il I of thoso ctoriU, might provo a successful cipori
mont in moro tbsu ono sonso; for, besides ita
it I economy and tho bygionio advantages of good food
if I mid clean cooking, such n syatom might tend tn
tho end to rcdnco tho pricca of tba restaurants
generally, ns woll OB to improvo tho niannor and
tnattcr of their oulinary productions.
A COBIOU6 OALOUI.ATION baa boon outored into
by an English pspor IB to tho cost of the bsttlo of
Sadowa; that is tho opigratnrnatio form In which
it puts tho oxponacs which various powers hove
been led to undortako, by tho ndoplion of now
arms, romodcling of nrmion (including lo3S of
labor, Arc), which, altogether, make rather a for?
midable hum total. It loaros out Prussia as sbo
was, with eighteen millions of inhabitants, and
connia tho ndded twolvo millions only, togothor
with AtiBtna. UnsBia in omitted, too, becauso ber
military rotomis aro kept in tho dark. And Italy
?B not counted, becauso abo alono seems not to
bavo increased ber army. Hut France, wboro tho
moral effect of KONIOOBATZ waa tho most maikod ;
Gormnny (oxcopling, os above, original Prussia) ,
Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and
Swoden, whoso war budgets are all largely incresB
od; tbeso countries have, nineo August, 1880,
spent outright 13,180,000 pounds sterling, and in?
curred nn additional annual outlay of 6,058,000
pounds. Adding to this nnnunlly 39,950,000 doy3*
This is the tanglblo, "caiculaincTloss. Ont when wo
tako into account tho paralysis of industry and
trado from tho fear of coming war, tho cost of that
one doy's bullio-or, if you insist upou it, of that
sovon weokn' campaign-is really appalling in its
SINCE TUE TTAB 1818 uo bard coin whatovor bas
really been currant in Austria, and tho general
circulai ion of bauk notos, which sro at prosont at
n dlscount.of twonty-fonr per cent., will probably
iv minino for a good many years, but tho currency
is nominally silver. Tho currnncy in Italy, Bel?
gium, mid Switzerland, in already Idonlical with
that of Franco, and Itonmania has aha ndoptod
tho samo Kystom, so that whon tho proposed mens?
uro is carried out, it will mn bra co almost tho
wholo of Sun thorn Europe, Irom tho Bay o? Biscay
to tba Black Sea. Tim coinage of Auatria ia at
Inst about to ho civilized. A coiuago treaty bo
twoon Franco and Anuir?a was concluded at Paris
on tho 31HT of July by tho twn plenipotentiaries,
MM. PAIIBD and Horn. According to this treaty
Auatria will ?SBUO gold coin of tho value of 5
francs oqual to 2 Austrian florins, iO francs oqual
to 4 Austrian florina, 25 francs equal to 10 Austrian
florins, 50 francs oqual to 20 Austrian florins, and
100 franca equal to 40 Austrian florina; Austria
engagea to withdraw tho present silver currency
of tho empira by the 1st of January, 187o, and
tom that date no Urger amount than 0 francs per
hoad ot tho population of eitlior empira la to bo
in circulation in silrer, and no one ia to bo com
pollodto receive moro than 50 francs in ailver iu
SOME INTERESTINU experiments bavo been rando
lately at tho slaughter-houses of Vincennes os to
the mosl merciful manner of killing animals with
tho least possible suffering. At piescntoxen oro
slaughtered by blows from heavy hammora on tho
bond, which necessarily inflict tho most frightful
to'rturo on tho unfortunate victims of our carnivo?
rous propensities. Tho idea occurred to au omi
nont physiologist that tho section of tho apino
would produco moro imitant doith. This, how
ovor, hos not been demonstrated. An ox thus
killed lived for twolvo minutes, and ondurod dur?
ing that time tho most borriblo sufferings. Do
capitation waa then tried, willi the following euri,
oua rosu t: A calf waa bung up nnd decapitated in
tho spaco of a quarter of n minute. Ita head was
thou plorcd on a tabla. In six minn toa two ounces
and a half of blood was lost. During the first
minuto tho face was frightfully convulsed, tho
moutli opened and shut as though tho animal wore
eating; and, strango to any, on putting the band
against tho mouth and nostril it was easy to fool
tho respiration continuing. Thirty animals wera
tbuo killod, and tho roanltor tho observations
taken was that tho committee docided that the old
practico of killing by moans of blows from n ham?
mer should be continued.
THE IxnmoN THIES, O? tho etb instant, speaking
of Amorican politics, says: "Tho complication in
tho domestto affairs of the Dnitod States waa never
moro romarkablo than at tbs prosent moment.
Tho work of reconstruction bas not octually modo
progress, for all sections ol parties admit that the
framework or society in tho Southern division of
bo Union is as much disarranged now as it?rer
lias been. Government by the bsyonot, and the
forcible suppression of thought, whloh orory re?
flecting man in* tho country heartily doploros, and
.ven tho most oxtrorao regard wilh secret aversion
and misgiving, scorn likely to bo oxtended through
i the present generation. Tho Amorioan peoplo are
j at length accnatomod to a stn to or affaira from
wbioh thoy would tormorly hare tnrnod with Indig?
nation-to tho oimtenco on thou- continent of a
purely militar}' government over ton millions of
tboir fellow-citizons, whoso roprosontatlro roen aro
put undor a ban; who ara not only exotnded from
tho Fodora) Legislatura and Federal offlcoa, but are
deprived of all voice in tho gnrornmont of their
1> rm Ni? THE MONTH or Align-r 9,1195,622 cwt. of
whoat wore importod to Groat Britain. Kunnin
supplied 40 jMir cont, and Prussia 19 per cont, of
thia amount. Tho Uni md States stand next, their
proportion being 10 per cont,, thus indicating a
commencomont of tho promlsod revival or thia
branch or Amorican trado. Last year in Jnly they
sent 8,000 owt. and 837,224 cwt. thia yoar. Egypt
andTurkoy havo likewise contributed increased
quanti, ks, tho amount haring boon 5 por cent,
from the formor and 6) per cont, from tho latter.
Franoo, whlob, ir. Jnly, 1866, furnished tho largest
total, next to Prussia, has nent only 2? por cont.,
.pd Donmark only 1 por cont. The new foature la
still presented of considerable Importations from
miscellaneous and hitherto untried aourcca tho
quantity undor tho head of "othor countries'' har?
ing boon 568,772 owt, or 17 per cont, of tho whole,
against july 187,500 cwt. in tho corresponding
month of last jtu.
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MONDAY MORNINO, 8HPTEMUER 30, 1HC7.
Jon WORK.-Wo have now completed our
ornoo BO BB to execute In tho Bhorlost possiblo
lime, ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK, nnd wo
moat respectfully nsk tho pntronngo of our
TUB ATTITUOB OF KUANCIi.
We nrc not of thoso who fear a serious in?
terruption of tho peace of Europe, because of I
complications likely to ?rlso botween Franco
nnd linly. Tho iologrity of tho Papal terri?
tory is guaranteed by treaty bctwoeu those two
powers, und howover dissatisfied ?ABIIIAI.IU
mid his ultra-liberal nllios mny ho with ihe
stipulations of this Convention, which re?
strains thom from soiling the coveted pvlze,
that was nlrcndy within their grasp, linly '"j
dotormincd lo corry out tho provisions of tho |
agreement. Unpopular as thc stop was, nnd
caloulated lo alicnoto tho affections of the poo
ple, who are enthusiastically dovotod to UAW
UALiii, VicTon EMWANITL did not hesit?lo to
arrest the favorite hero, who wea bent on thc
invasion of tho Bonum territory. Popular in?
dignation at the arrest was grcnt, but there is
it nothing lo cnll for renewed French inter
loroncc on behalf thc Pope, and wo predict it
will ho round thnt tho warlike purport of tho
dispnlchos in regard to tho nttilude of Frnnco
in rolntion lo this molter has been gronlly ex?
The attitude of France toward Germany is,
however, much moro threatening. Events lhere
havo so quickly followed each other'if late thal
the publio pulse is scarcely quieted before it is
I ngain thrown out of its normal beat by a new
excitant. Tho Auslro-Prussian wnr terminated
by thc Treaty of Prague, was followed soon
by the Luxemburg difficulty, and this in turn
by thc process irritating to Fronce of Prussian?
izing North Schleswig. Thc sud denouement of
tho Mexicali expedition, however, being syn
? chronons with these petty "caius belli," over?
shadowed them, engrossing public nltontion for
tko limo ontiroly for ils hoartrending details,
next followed ngitnlion and uneasiness in the
French journnls in relslion to Ihe intrigues of
Ibo Cabinet of Prussia with tho Courts of the
South German Stales. Then tho Btlontlon of
tho whole world was directed to thc recent oon
fcrencu of the Emperors of Franco nnd Aus?
tria ot Salzburg, which, notwithstanding nil tho
assurancoa to tho contrary from the highest
nutbortty, bas awakoned universal distrust, bc
oauso of ita supposod warlike significance..
Tho perfect entente cordiale between the BONA
PAUTK and the HAPSOVBQ, under existing cir?
cumstances, it was felt, bodod no good lo Ger?
many or to tho peace of Europe. A bold ooun
termovo alone could neutralizo its sinister in
?r..ooB, and this hes just been made by Ihe
State. Tho Fronoh papers eoy this speech of
bis Grand Ducal Highness was oorolully pre?
pared, both at Carlsruhe and nt Berlin. It has
put all France-thal is, all thc French papors
-into a blaze, and war is the cry. Why ?
What has the Qrand Duke said that can
only be answored with grape and canister ?
Has he said aught against France tb it
can alone bo washed away by blood V There
havo been nono of theso things. The heed
and front of his offending-nnd for Ibis
offonca vengeance is to bo wreaked on all Gcr
many-is that ho congratulates bia little Par?
liament thal ihe day they had all so long and
so clinically looked for was at last dawning.
National unity, heretofore deemed an impossi?
bility, was now at last within reach, and he
felicitates his people on thc *prospeol of form?
ing, at uo distant day, an integral part of the
great, powerful nnd prosperous German nation
This is the pilli of the Grand-duke's speech.
Wo ought to add, perhaps, that be said onougb
to show Hint be had no objection, on behalf of |
bis people, to accept ibis future under thc
leudorship of Prussia.
Now what is lhere in all this to alarm
Franco? Is it not natural that thc German
people, heretofore divided into thirty-nine sep?
arate StateB and principalitioB, should wish to
?.eco..ic unitod ? Ia it objected that such a
union would make Prussia too powerful, sud
therefore endanger not France, but French in?
fluence, and derange the balance of power in
Europe? None of the most prtisso-pbobic
writors assert seriously that in tho event even
of tho unification of Qermany, France bad any?
thing lo fear from Prussia, or is in dangor of I
invasion from the latter. The Gcruinns are f
not a warlike people, in tho sense in which this
title applies to the ancient Romans, and in a
measure to the modern French; I e., they baTO
never made tx practice of invading foroign ter?
ritory with A view solely of adding to their
We bavo so often elucidated this point that it
s needless lo dwell upon it here. The German
lotion wonts union; the people bavo long felt
his want, and they aro now nearer the full at
alnment of their wish than ever before since
he beginning of their, history) and the com:
lined powers of Europe would provo insuffi
ilent to prevent it.
But ar we hove said before, we do not see
rby the other powers of Europe, or evon why
'rance, should attempt to prevent the consuni
antioo of this long-cherished plan by force of j
.rms; and we still entertain tho hope that
rhon it shall be found that the G oj mon people
ro in earnest, and tho wiles and intrigues of I
iplomacy mere cobwebs, the Emperor's Gov
rnment will endeavor to repress and silanco
bc mischief-makers, quiet tho agitation, ond
hereby remove the present distrust, so min?
us to the commerce and finance* of both
THE HUSH CITIZEN.
The prospectus of a new weekly papor, to be
ublished in New York, on tho 12th of October,
mder the editorial direction of Mr. JOHN MIT
IIRL, will be found in another column of to?
We cannot forego tho opportunity of eipreas
ig our gratification at this announcement.
lr. MITCHKi. is well known SB a writer of dlB
?ngulsb?d ability, and his artlclea will cop?
land, in all oiroles and every aeotlon of tho
fnitod StateB, tho most respectful attention.
fe havo foll regret for many months past that
no so gilled should bo silent, when lhere waa
) much outside of the miserable political tur
loil of tho day whioh his ready pen oould
race with noblo thoughts, convoyed in terse
ad vigorous English.
A man of eminent talent, a puro patriot, of |
rcat almpliolly of oharaoter, staunch for the
ght, ia Mr. MITOHSL, and we cannot doubt
iel his numerous friends and admirers erery
here will rally round "The frith Otiten," and
once make the paper a success. Certain aa
e aro of this, lt is useless for us to oommend
?TTAKTRU, A nMHKVTAIIJje MIDOIJK
KV aged Whlto Fcuialo 11 a? Cook, ami moke her
)ll |H awi .My useful aln<ut ltii> houso ul ? M faintly.
An American or tlcriiinn ls preferred. Hie kitchin I?
tiulntuxl willi a rooking aloin.
Non? nveil njijily vrlio In not cxpurleiii-cil omlfully eura
olen!. Apply al NKWS OFFICE. Hoptc lober V'S
??Ti'llATIOXS WAXTK1?_WASiTKU UV
5 two Yuuug Mun. who ran Speak Kncll-li, French nml
leriuan, situations lu any respectable business. Caa
ink?>tlieuiselvea giuoinlly ti omi in any capacity. Ail
tem A. ll.. Nowa lllileo. il- September lit
HUVKIS WA NT IC 1> t*OU A SMALL I?BS
TEEL family, wltb ali or eight rooms. Uuo on an
ipen lot with gardou preferred. Apply at this ollleo.
Soplfinhor 27 _ _?? .
WANTED, A VUUXO MAN, ABOUT il
yean of alie, iii a Usiikln ? OHVc. Heal rcconi
i mi J>ilou reriulreil. AU.lu -, |}. A. ll.. News Otllee.
September 25 _
?TrANTHll, iTatVlTH OK KIVK. IIOO.IIS.OH
VT a House willi iouror livo moiua ami suitable out
jullOlugs. ni-ar Ito" busbies* portion ol thc elly, lt"
?tlor preferred. Apply ut TH IS OfxTCK.
Hi pli'iuber I'J _,_
Ci ITI.'ATIOX \VAXTIil?.-WANTKI?. UV
O marne.l mau, o? sternly habit*, n hitiiulton lu any
rivpcctabte hiiHlui-KH. Will make Idiim-lf useful lu al?
most auy capacity. Aildrcim -tl. I'.." al thia ollh e.
August l i
jLGrJa N 'V H V?" X N 'i' i? D B' O lt
TUX Ll Ft: AXH CAMI'A1H XS OF
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEK,
DY JAMI: - D. McOAUK. Ju., of Virginia.
Author of "Lifo of (lon. 'Stonewall' Jacksou, "Life ol
Oeu. Alliert Sydney Johnson." "Th ' Ahl-dc-Cuinp. *C.
Send for Circulars and wo our tenus, ?ml a mil de?
scription or thc i-ork. Address RATIONAL PUBLISH
TNO COMPANY. Atilinta, (la. Imo' September 7
rno ituxT, THAT I*AHUB TI I HUI-: STORY
L Itauiu Dwolllug. No. 8.1 Itadclltr.i street, roulb ?Ide.
On tho premtnoa are largo outbuildings, carriage IIOUHO.
?table aud One l intern. For linns apply lo UEO. 11
?NGILVHAM A SON, No. lt? Vauderhornt Wharf.
September 311_ "'*'t'<
BOAHUl,V<!.-THIIKI-: I'll RA BANT ituuMS
with good HOARD can ho lind on Imm?diate appli?
cation to No. 60 CHURCH STU BET, went ?ide. near
Traild slrent. Terms la-x-ioiiable._ June 13
nTiXt-B?.ilKXT" UO.V?O.'AT VKIt? LOW
Iii rale? In tho most central bats lorn part ol ins elly,
without lodging. In n pr?vale hourn-, csu now bo had.
For palliou turi address "X. I.." l'on I o 111 ce. Mar 1J
_ REM 0 VALS._
Mis. BL J. ZERNOW
RESPECTFULLY IN FOU MS II KU
friends and customers thal she ba? re
; moved hor Block of MILLINERY AND
STHAW OOODS TO NO. 303 KINO
STREET. EAST SIDE. FOURTH DOOR
, ? . NORTH OF WEST WORTH STREET.
September IC ???L*L.
HAS REMOVED FROM No. 07 MEET INO KTOKirr
TO DROWN hTOMK BUILDING. No. 30 IIROAIJ
I STTtEET, formerly occupied hy Memrn, C!. U. CARR A
leo. amwB ,Scpt?oil>cr 14.a
TUE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between lim undersiuiicil, lu Ibu PL Alli 1 NO M1IA
and LUMBER business, under thu finn of EUAUOU A
MAI.LONEE. has boin This Hay dissolved, by mutua
causent. JOHN C. MAI.LONEE ?IOHO I? nulliorllcd tc
fettle tho affairs, of tho saul copartnership.
li C. KIIALMII.
JOHN C. MALLOXnn,
Cusnl.ESTOS. September C. I?'67.
Soptoinbor ? ~ lrau
THE ONDKR-SIONED UAV1N0 PURCHASED ALI
Mr. BDAUOU'd interest in Ibonlwvo Copartnership,
will continua ob bis own account UtB^tlllataO^ 1?^
lota conduct? I by tho lalo Orin, of LflALOlI A .MAI?
LO N ET a tthe..ame place, UOllLUKCKS WHARF, nea,
the Northaast.-m llsllrosd. ^ &
i'iiAUI.CUO-. September 0, 1x07.
nTORAOK, TUB MOST CKNTMAI. AS ll
? convenient In tho elly, at very reanonnhlo pri?es
for COTTON. RICK. HALT. FERTILIZERS. Ac. kc. Ill
I aurance when doidn-d. as low ns any In thc city. Appl3
I ns? ? w CLARK & CO..
Corner Rust Ray aud Cumberland urools.
ns. II. II. B?ior&co.
No. 133 Meeting street,
DAVE RECENTLY REFITTED TH KI lt ESTABLISH?
MENT, and hare uow connected ivltb tho UAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEA Ii} PAN BE OBTAINED AT ALI.
CHARLES RODERTS, au old and popular Caterer of
lida city, baa beon ougaged a? steward, and be will de?
vote his timo to thu business, nnd tho entire routine o
tho Culinary Department will ho nu.1er lila immediate
Every doUcacy thal eau bo obtained either in thia mar?
ket cr abroad will bo Bccnrod, and tho Tables bo supplied
with the first of tba season.
HAS UREN RESTOCKED WTT1T
Liquors of every variety,
AND TOE CUSTOM HI LS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT
will bo nerved by attentive sod raruful wallen.
Orders for MEALS, both Dinners and Suppers, will
moot ? llb prompt attention, and br prepared by experi?
enced cooks. Tho
On tho MC corni floor, Ia supplied with
;>f the best make, and baa every convenience for tho com?
fort of visitor?. SoptotuberU
COMMISSION AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN SEGA RS,
?Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco,
No. 81 KXCIIANOE: PLACH,
, ?sT A Uno umortraeot of Connecticut, navena and
ara Lear Tobacco alway? on baud.
September 10 Imo
iORXEROROADWAY AM) 17 I'll STIC IC MT,
rllE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE PLEASED TO SEF
bia Southern friends. Tho cbolceat HAVANA Ht.
ARS, of all tho leading brands, with a goneral aaaorl
lent of 8mokera* Article? alwaya on band.
Jons * v. OTTOLENGDI, AgcnL
ios. 96 and 98 East Houston street,
New York City.
1 Id, TH 18 FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF PARLOR,
i^."0UAUBER' OXMINfi ROOM AND LIBRARY
J1TQ, ls of tho latest styles, and manufactured of the
"7 neal material, nader the personal aupcrvislou of tho
noprletor, and guaranteed.
r?rtie? in the bouth dcalrlog floe Household Fnrnlluro
J! "PPHed direct from tho manufactory; or t?rese
?ont vUlllng New York will And ll to tholr advantage lo
amine Ibis Stock before .purchasing elsewhere. Ail
xtda warranted, wfm amos Jnly 31
rn Ail OAS FITTER AND 1'LU.M li 1- 11,
*Hi?L?ND ?RR AMENTAL (IAS FIT i UR Ks. GAS
^?^TITJNa AND PLUMBING PROMl'TL. iii
.SDLli TO. Ho. Ufl KING MiTtthT,
ingnrt Si Between Broad and Quorn atrects.
KT. ANDKKW'? SOCIETY.
rlIK MONTHLY MEETTN'l WILL HE IIK?JTI At
Um Soulli Carolina Hull, 1m ?'reni?e, al H o'clock.
Sopl.I... ;i I WILLIAM PAUL, Secretary.
) TUST HAITI? T I'HIfltCII.
VN ADJOURNED M KUTI Ntl Ol' THIS (THHIOll
?ntl t'orpocillun ?ill he held al iln< church Tuft?
ing .1//.T11.,..?. Oi'tuiMT lui, at hair I aal Pour u'cinck.
Va business ul Importance will bo tiantiacliid, a full nt
?Hillanco nf Curpnratiir-i ami I'umiiiuiilc.iiil.i (insto Mal
enial.T ix paiticularly rauuaatisd.
THOM VS S. IIUDD,
September t'si I (Tiairiuau nf L'otnniitlcc.
f lilt IM SCHOOL. KSIUILISHEI? HY THC PROTK-h
L TANT Eplscupal Uhurch lu Soulli Oarutina, ?III
rvopvu TO-MORROW* October Ibu Isl. at IW o'clock A. M.
Uy unlir ul Ibo lloar.l.
E. L. KERRISON. Secretary.
Hcptuuiber M -
M A HAMP: Vlt'TOIt I'K.TIT'S PUKNl'll A XII
ENULIS1I IIOAItlJINO ANO DAY SCHOOL
FOU YO UKO LADIES,
NO. 7 '.) li H O A 1) H T ll H H T.
riHlK EXERCISES Ol' THIS SCHOOL WILL HE RE
I r>u M i ii oo iu'i'<-t v. Hu- urni or October.
' Prufcfimrs t. H. UlllliKS ami E. A. PORCHER will
coi,linne their regular toattara or InKtrucUnu in Hie
Schont; anil ror Ibu ul icr In-miches tb? beat teachem aa
I loreto lara have ulso bein are lt real.
Septe iiber ?6 snrw I
At AHUM V OK Ol'Il billi OK MICIM Y,
QUEEN STREET, OHAlt LESTON.
f lilli-. SOHOLAHTIO YEAR OF THIS INSTITUTION
X. ?Ill romtuonre un Jrfenafcnr, ami of September,
1S?7, ami Md Uh nf August, 18T.M.
Tho Quarters lerminate, reaiieetlvelj ie I ii December.
Mb March. 'Hst May. till AuauKt.
For linn- apply lo MOT HEH TERESA.
milTlTlt' SCHOOLS-CITY OK CIIAULHS
f lilli: EXERCISES OF THESE SCHUOI.S WILL tVt
1 munumi ou J/uinfuy, Um 7th Octubor.
TTie Statu Normal H. bool havluit been dlncouUuuod. a
FREE SCHOOL FUR OIRLS will be oponed lu thal
buddinu, aud Ibo Olrl'H Orainmar Department of th? SI.
Phillp struct School iran.ferrcd to that School, lu ail
diUou to thu regular couran of lualrnrittoii afTordod In
Hie Public schools, it ia tho Intentlnu of tho li.?rd lo or
i.-iniat UIIH Schuol uer or more advanced Hasses fer
Ibu benefit ol younis ladlra who u.n ile.lre tn prepare
Un m-<li. ? for toai-hlng. lu Hm KL Phillp street School.
In pl.eu or the Uirl'a Oraiuuinr l'epartmi-ui, iuQi.'.7.'J to
Ute Normal .School, a Doy*, (iramuiar Uupartmout will be
Applications for ailinlmlou lo < TH - r of thu Schools eau
ba mailo dally at Um respective Schuol Houses, bctwauu
the hourn nf V and ll) A, M., on and altar tho .?ale above
nninilon.il, until futtlicr notice.
Hy onler of the Boan!. E. MONTAtlUF. tlRIMKE,
Secretary Cnnihilsstuiiers l-'nia Heh nola.
Soplcmber IB raj ll)
MIKS UOUUKN A SISTEIt'K KNOI.ISH AMU
FRENCH UOAH?INO ANO DAY SCHOOL.
rTUIK FIRST SESSION OF THE SCHOLASTIC YEAR
1 wUl ciituuieucu on Octohur lal ami duse on Fehru*
arv 'J9th. Pupil, will he charged fmru Ibo I nu e ol ?dints,
aiou. For tenu?. Ac.apply ut No. I!? LLOARE STREET.
September n _wmw3
CLASSICAL. Hi,VTIIKMAVIt;,Vb, 1 '.MJi.l-.lt
ANO FRENCH SCHOOL
.YO. M ll'tWriFO/iFi/ STItEKT.
fl Ml I'. EXERCISES OF THIS SCUOOL WILL UK RE
1 HUMEO un TurtJay, Oclubcr I. Yinni.; gentlemen
will bo prepared tur college or bualuona.
HENRY M. BRUNS, principal.
A few boya will bo received ns Imardcrs tu the f milly
ol tba Principal. inwii Soptetubur M _
YOUNO I.AUIJCS' C'OI.I.KUIA'PK INSTI?
riini: 1 XIOFNO .F.S OFTHK TIMBS HAVE CAUSED
JL the C'uninlm louura of thc Stato Normal und Ulgb
School to uso the viihlitig as a Freo School. The State
Normal cud High S'hool, aa now organized, minmi- rc
bo Irr hfcrred. un br the title of tho YOUNO LA DI E.-?'
rm. I .Eil I AT I INS TI I'UTK, to Ibocornmodlona building
on Uic uortb aide o'tleorgc atrect. No. M. ouc door wosl
ot Killy Blrcct. opel tug OcTOIlElt 2d, 16(17.
T uition In the i'reiraratory Department, tl'i.50 pei
huir m, or SW i cr lanum; in Ibo Collegiate Deparl
menl. 515 per half atsatoo, or fB per annum. French,
, Drau inn, und Vocal Music, aro Included In tho rcgnlai
nuurse. Latin, (ireek. (J.mein Italian. Spanish, II
I simmental Music and Tainting, are extra, at moderate
A im, 11-i number of Boirdar-will ho roroived at thi
Instituto, nuard, por month, or tuon nor annum,
Includim: Wast ing, Lights, Fuel. otc. Parlor Dearden
received at tho above prices. All payments strictly lc
Hoard or lnvtmcHon as tallowa : Rev. HENRY M
MOOD. A. M.. Principal; Her. HENRY A. ll ASS, A. M.,
I'ruicin.i of Mathematica and Ancient Languages; Pro
, u-M.r LEWIS lt. UIIIUS. A. M.. M. D.. Lecluror ot
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. S.
'. HOLMES, lrfelnrer on Ocology and Natural Hbtnry
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., ProttiBor of Modern Lau
. eunges, Prnfeaanr WM. MASTERMAN, Instructor ir
Vocal Mude; Miss MARY O. MOOD. Inatrurlreoa b.
Drawincand lalnttng; Mia? LAl'RA M. HILL, Initruc
ti i , i. lu English branches.
MUS. HOPSOS PIfiCKXEY
TT TILL RESUME THE EXEHCISES OF HE!
>V bCHOOL FOR \"OUNO LADIES, nu Tueiday
I Oelohor lal. at NO. 0 AIKEN'S ROW.
September 13_ thui6
rillllfl INSTITUTION WILL RESUMF. ITS ACADKMH
X EXERCISES SEFTEMUEH 1st.
**??. "_ 'HM " -Srp^b.7T'
AIRS JOHN A. III,I'M
\1 ril.L RESUME TUE EXERCISES OF UER SCHOOI
M on TUESDA i, October lal, at her Residence, Man
street, opposite Elizabeth.
MUSIO AND FRENCH taught when desired.
?ON1>S, STOCKS, ( O?POINS, AND
HANK lt 11,1.s.
riMIE ADOVK UO1I0UT AT UIOUBHT MARKET
X rales, by ANDRREVY M. MORELAND.
" , Uroker, No. B Droad utroel.
supicmb..i .ii _rruw?mo
_ LAW CARTS,
DURYEA & COHEN,
lt H. lil' n Y KA. . - J. DARBBTT COUBh'i
L A W VER S,
OFFICE : LIBRARY BUIIiDIN?,
COR. Ililli Ml AND CHURCH STREETS.
AtagtsM Vt _ mr.lruo
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCLATED AS ?ART
"_NEILS, and propose to practice lu tho STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY* for tho Districts id
liamwell, H. auton and Collcton, under tho name and
atyle of "RAVANT."
Offlco. ror thc present, at OILLISONVTLLE, Routh
Carolina n_ J. HAVANT,
riovemt'eri-l fm J. C. DA VANT.
WILLIAM ll. GILLWD & SON,
Kcal Estnlo Agouls, Auctionecra
, , OFFICE NO. 33 HAYN IC STREET.
WILLIS & CII1S0LM,
W%r???S TP ZUK, -^WIUHAKE, RALE AMD
ATLANTIC IV'I IA it I.', LTinrleaton. B. C.
E. WILLIS. ... inisnTsi
Octoberxv .A' ?. i-n-iSOLM
THE flHIPPINO ANO COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for tho prrsont be carried on aa nattai by tho
uodcral?ntHl at No. <B East Hay, orer tho store formerly
occupied by CRAIO, TOOMS? A CO. lortneriy
All persons having Individual claims moat present Ibe I
? .me, and thoao ludebled individually will moko nay i
PROPniETOIt OF TUE
Gil KEN VILLE, H. C.
"ST. JAMES HOTEL,
?VM. A. HURD.'..Of Now Orleaua.
V. F. CORKERY.Of Hpoltsitood Hotel, niebmond.
I'olograph ami luviu-oad ti nie CK In liol un du or Hotel.
Juno 17_ fimo
-?TKVKIVS Illus,:, Noa. Ml. aa, ita ANO 37
3 broadway, N. Y.. opposlto Howling Oreen-Cn the
iuropian lian.-THE MT EV ENS noiISE la woll and
pldcly known lo the travelling public. Tho location la ea
sielally Mills bin lo merchante and bualnaaa men; lt ls lo
loso proximity lo Ibo buslneas part of the city-ta on
he highway of Southern aud Western travel-on J adla
ont to all tho principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
Tho 8TLY?NS HOUSE has liberal accommodi?on for
vcr DOO micalo-lt ls well furnished, and poaaoeaos or*ry
lodern Improvement for tho lomttirt and octcrtalnmout
f Its Inmates. Tho rooms am apacloua and woll ve uti.
dod-provided with gas and waler--Iba attendance la
rompt anil respectful-?nd the tobin ls generously pro
Ided with every delicacy of Ibo leaton at moderate rales.
Tho moma having been mftimlaliod and remodeled we
re cuni ilto offer exira, farlUIIra for Um comfort and
leisure _f our cuesta. OEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
M?y g Cro? Proprietors.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNKSDAY MORN INO AT
Lancaattr ?. a. 8. 0, Havlcg a laVe .ur^otlnn
M, il orran a favorable medium lo ^??a?^?^S
lvertlscra ?ho dealre to extend Oaelr business in ts,.
P^M^rt^**^- Hate, of ?vm?Trw bb!
JAJgi2ta?ni*n 0OPr ot***r.m'?o?PPUeatlon. '
IIHR ATTENTION UV Tili: WAUK IS SPECIALLY
lui liol I? cur Tull nuil Wini, i M.i.-, ul
FOR RI NN AND H0S1 ..STIC
ulm i. I* univ complote tu evorv dt'i?arliiicut. Ill
WOOLI.K.NS AMI III.AMCKTS.
?i. I s 1 ;.. I In Plantet." ii*i'i vfi- lin.- i Ur.;?" stack, I.? iv li Ich
ar? invite special attention.
MARSHALL, RU RUG k BOW KN,
Kn. MS MKKTINU ST'll Kier.
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ETC.
PARIS FANCY COORS,
CON FJSCT I ON Fi IVY, &.
rnni: UNDERSIGNED BEGS Ttl isvrn: HIS
L lilc-mlH mut Hu' public generali) li? inspect UM
bnaulltul stock ol Paney Gooda. Toys, A.-.. now opening
ni Iiis Bazaar, No. 2U0 King a I mi.
A moro Isnutliul und coiuphio uisortuivnl lin* m-vi-r
been exhibited In tills city, mill as seeing I* belloviuy, u
! conllal tuvltatiou In extended to all to bc convinced.
To Ibo div Irado and merchant* Irom Ike country now
l.uytni; lu tills market. I am prepared lo Bril goods lower
lliaii nuy oilier bouso tn Ibu etty.
F. von SANTKN,
No. 'JOO Klug streot. ll doors below Weuwoitli.
September 21 _
.SAVANNAH ANO CHARLESTON lt. ll. UO.
"NOTICE TO SHIPPERS OK FREIGHT."
OFFICE SAVANNAH ANDCTIARLKSTON ll. II. CO. I
CUAHI.F.STOS, Sunteuiber Mth, 1807. (
mHK ATTENTION OE SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT OVER
JL tills Road, ls respectfully railed to HIP following
All Freight ilsllverrd al tile DUIKII OU Monday*. Wed
ucidays and Fridays, from 7 o', lock A. St. to 1 o'clock
P. M.. ? Ill go lorwanl Uss succondlug morning liy PSB
eeugcr Train. If duliviirud after ? o'clock P. M., lt munt
of necessity romain over milli Hie unit day. Tit* eauao
ol tilla ls, ibat lt riKiulres all Hie time Irom 2 o'clock P.
M.. until night, to remove the Freight over tho rlvor sud
palra lt In the ears.
Light Freight will bo takeu each Tuesday. Thurnday
and saturday morning at au advauce prie* If delivered
from C o'clock A. M. lo H before 7.
JOHN S. RYAN.
September 2H uni _ GotrT Supt._
ALL RAIL FASSE NO KR ROUTE
Clialauooga and Grand Junction,
Minot un IN KORTTf-NINK. IIOVRS.
fTTRAlXS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:46 A.M. ANTi
_1_ 7:00 P.M., ruiklug cloio connocUona at all points
Arriving al Now Orlcana at 8P.M. end 11:1(1 A.M.
XTifl'iisscLgera by trains of the Georgia Railroad niiki
?loan ronnactiona with thia routo nt Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW A S
HY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTILUSED
Can he obtained at Geurral Ticact Outre. Atlanta. Ga.
Grorgln Railroad. Augusta. On.: South Carolina Railroad
Charleston, S. C.; South Carolina lt al I rnni. Columbia,
B.C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July El tlrr.o Westona and AtlanUc Railroad.
MANOMI' ORPHAN'S' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAP rr AL PRIZE $20,000.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS OMA OM HOLLAR!
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0. 1807.
All the Prizes will he drawn I
A P AVKAdE OF TEX TfVKKTS VOlt TEN
DOLLARS LIA ULE TO JIRA W $30,0001
HAILY KOMBINATION SIMES !
CAPITAL PRIZES Kit OM
WHOLE TICKETS from $1 to $801
SH \ui.s IN Pit tl PORTION.
nt?pWM *Tery d*r" Sunil,T 0,c*I>,id. ?l Atlant?, Geo..
Drawing received In Charlen ton, by Telegraph, at 0 P.
All Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sont each purchaser.
AU Prlr.es L'aahed et this ?filer.
OW Correspondente may rely on prompt attention io
orders by simply enclosing money with full address.
iTW All orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
to bo addressed lo JAMES KERR,
Lock Box No. 684, Charleston. S. C.
Office: Ntl. 20 BROAD STREET. September 10
(ON TUES HAVANA FLAN)
B E N I F I T
HURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
BS PRIZKS_|!|30,aao IN PHI'/.KM It) BE
Po be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
SEPTEMBER 30tu, 1867.
HOLE TICKETS, tl3 ; HALVES, M l QU Alli EH a SS:
EIGHTHS, ?1.60 * '
Tho chances are far more fa YOI able to draw pr?tes tn
ila than In any other Lottery In the world. ^Purchaser*
r Lottery Tickets should always examine the sch?mas.
Pistes paid In full without discount.
Oficial drawings aeat each purchaser.
Corrosrpondeats may rely cm r^wnint attention to orders
r enclosing money with TuU address.
?a-Ail ciders for ti tinta, aramaa, aud livforrnation to
> addressed to i l?fi H. T. PET tua,
United States Llctnied AuonL
Key Box BJ, Charleston. 8/0.
Bcpuamb.ro Office No. M Hue! *tro*1^
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
SEED WHEAT. SEED EYE,
lt Li At K BlSEUOATtt, MARLEY.
)j \I\ BUrtilKI.HlAliol.l NA I.UW COUNTRY SEED
2\ t\t LVI , . linallie for pa-lure,
MI IHI.IHIIH Maryland ?oed UM,
Ml liinttH'lH i ln-iro IMecliid Semi Wh?*!
ann IHHIHM llla.-lt feted II,.N
.in |..i-l,.N s. eil Harley,
.lim! tveetv.-.l unit 1er ?ah? liv
.lulls ctMPSKS i CO..
Nu. ll Market atmet.
K?|.temper 30 ?I ftppi-ll.i Slain ulreet.
?C\f\?\ BUSHELS PRIMS WHITE COIIN. FOR
OVjVjVJ palo by IL M. DUTLEB,
tum. \mi mum,
&?., &e.i AT.,
BY J. A. ENSLOW&CO.,
No. 141 Easl liny.
lilli ROLLS Slpntloit IH'.NilAI, UAUUINcl
LvU HHKI yordu Heavy Hra Inland RagtHug, wuigh
lill! 2 ItiM.
lie lin.I i rlave.1 Mnlsia*M
tu hlnlH. superior Mu? made Mulasses
'Jim collu llieimrdum Uteuii I ... al Kopo
llarrcU Cuba llonev
Kiln Sliail llou* .
Ill mb- Uniter.
September '?fl j
1/WWI III SIIFI.S PRIME YELLOW COR*
_Ll1 VfV I 2UWI Pi ..h. 1. Prime While Corn
For a ile by T. TUPPER A HUNS
Seplrmbi r 2s 'J
MME, CEMENT, AND PLASTER
1 r\f\t \ ilARRKLH MMR,
L*> VJ VJ 100 n?rrela Superior Whin Linio.
2IR) Itanela Pinter l'iris.
PM Ma I. illili.
PU-n-tPiK Ualr. fcc, Ar. For sale liv
A. MuCOBB. Jr.,
No. '217 East liay, omiMite New Cuatuui Haime.
September -J-i ?
31 OSS ! MOSS!!
rpiIE RIUHEST MARK Rf PK1CK WILL HF. PtlD
JL rm- ipiott lll.ACK. MUSS. Priori ko., uiailn kuuwu
on applb-atioti lu K, DAVID.
No. 77 Market Strutt,
South Ride. Nearly Opposite, Market ?lau.
September 23 in,Juej
PItlME CYPRESS SHTNOLKS. JOSI'
arrived ami liir - ile tv
SHACKELFOR?) ft KELLT,
Neptcnibnr 27 No. I Hoyco'a WbarL
1 A i\? \ RRL8. EASTERN LIME
1 *-i-VJVJ 2oo bbl?, superior While Lime
Dall)' expected to urrtve per Helir. H. lt. Jauieiaii.
IS ?Toni: ASH TO .inntVE:
cnn bblH. CEMENT
UuO PI,I-, Plaster
Pbslertne Hair. Fire llrlck, Oven Tile, ?v.c.
Fur nain by OLNEY k CO.
rilUF. BEST ANO HEAVIEST IN THE CITY IS TO BE
JL fouiiil Qt UKO. W. I'LAnR ft CO.'S
September 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQ li ORS,
1 fifi DDES- WHISKEYS. OF DIFFERENT ORADE.H,
I ww qualities timi prieta
COO canea Claret Wines
100 earea Schiedam Kchuappit
100 casks Braady, diu. Jamaica Hatti. M. Croix Rum,
New England Rum, Hberry W'lnu, Port WIDO. Madeira
Wine, fcc, A-c.
1000 ilozen o? tba above lu cas.ui. For salo by
September 17 fiEO. Wi CLARK ft OD.
SALT, SYRUP, &c
1 ^flfl HACKS S,ET FOR BALE, IN LOT8 TO
l.tJVJ VJ ault purchasers, at lesa than market ratea.
GOO niuo Qrlt Grtndninuei.
100 barr?la Syrup.
10O b?rrela Sugar.
1000 keg? Nails.
SOO bags Shot,
UKI boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxea Tobacco, fcc, Ac.
Tor salo by Q EO. W. CLARK ft CO.
September 10 ?
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 f\f\ DALES OCatKY CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU IOU Hulls Uunny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. FOT sale low and In lota to ault, by
Septeruber 16_Ogg. W. OLARK ft CO.
1 f\l\ COILS MANILLA ROPE,
JA t\J 200 Coils Hemp Rope.
200 Culla .lulu Rope.
Just received aud Inc ?do . le np for cash, by
Sr-ptonilicr ie. GEO. W. CLARE & CO.
BREAD ! ?READ ! BREAD !
I 1 AAH BOXES AR MT BREAD.
lUUU For sale by OEO. W. CLARK & CO.
8MTT1HO in ; ti-rn V AT JP
BRAT^D^LEATy nECE,VED OF THAT CELE
September lr, '"' OEO. W. CLARK ft CO.
ITO nFor?.7?BiU,T MOTV VARUH KACn
Reptoiiba, n STREET ICE HOUSE.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
rpm SAM: IN LOTS TO sun? PURCHASERS, B
JV the Maiiufac.lurei- , H Cl UUUS
rVpleuiber 21 X?- 87 ^ Kw*?*
ii rA/1 DOUBLE TWILLED SEAMLESS SACKS
? .rJVJVJ LIVERPOOL SALT .
7 200 bales Haavy Standard Baggiut
COO whole and half colls Ricbard?on'i Oreenleat'
and Mlaaouri Hemp Rope
CorToe, ^gar, Mouuuea, Candlea, Ac, ftc.
POI! SALE LOW BV
GI?0. Vf. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Havne Street, Charleston, S. C.
LEA & PERRINS'
DT ol a letter from a
CONNOISSEURS ff J MEDICAEQl^iTLKMAN
Bl al Madias, lo hla
TO OE TUP oxt.T /f?'*ik Brotheral
Good Sauce jB??:MMm'
fW?t "Tsll LEA ft PEB
AMii.iti-iji-ADLt: ''~JJ^'?h HISS that their SAUCE
?KTXV" la highly- eiteemcd In In?
to '-z^z- du, ami u, In mr ujilnluu,
;"ftW"T' tho most palatable, a?
EVERY VARIETY StSf^fTV well a? Iii moat whole.
BrW-tSS- ?ema SAUCE that la
OP DI8H. *??eB^rnade."
Tba aucceaa of Rda moat delicious and un rt rallo 1 con
dhnent having caused many noprinupted datlers to
apply tho nemo lo J^urteuf fomemiml?, the P-JBIJO.I?
rupeclfiilly sud tarneilty requested to ?ce that tho name
of I.KA ft Panania aro upou tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
I, i? A Si PB It It IN?, Woresilit
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AuKNTH FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October 19_fm wi yr
J. O. HARVEY. WM. F. MARVE Y .
J. G. HARVEY Si CO.,*
DEALERS IN BACON, PORK, LARD, CORN, ftc,
No. 7fi Exchange Place, ?
U A L T I BI O ll ? , MD.
HA\TNQ CONflTARTLT ON HAND A SUPERIOR
quality of SIDES, SHOULDERS, Rama, Strips,
Lard (Tn tlereea, b?rrela and kegs). Pork, ftc, fte., wa
vould reapcrtfiilly solicit orders from Southern M?r?
itants. S. Q. HARVEY ft CO.
September 26 _Imo?
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
i ii ron Tr. a A Kn DU. Lin m
Fine Orocerles, Cliolce Tena, Etc.. Kio,
(OS. 360 and?i?? OREEN WICH- -T., COR. OP MURRAY
I. M. BRADSTR?ET k SON
10. 20 BROAD STREET,
CIIARLEHTON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
M. M. QUIN?T
Vholcsale &: Betail Dealer
E??8 PAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
NO. nar KINQ BTRBRTJ
' (Opposite Ann alreet),
Charleston, G. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Presa always on hs nd.
BnbseripUons received and Goods delivered or for,
i rd erl by Mail or Expresse
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February aa jT