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Xhf flagg itos?
Gold clo a od in Now York yesterday at I'S i.
Cotton ctoBod stonily at 22?.
Six thousand nix hundred and ATO loada ol Jirl
woro romoved from tho streets or Cinrinuali
within two weeks.
Tho suspension ol tho Baogor T-meu loaros but
8ix daily nowspapore in Maine-c=e Ifcmwatie
and Uro Republican. .... , .
QuoonYjCToniAls said to b> so lushly pleased
with tho flattering noltaoa o'her book that by hot
order they haro l>con collo-lod tn a hugo volunto.
They havo a Oau Infector at Cincinnati who
wooUy reports tho <iu?iily of Ka? in eondlo power.
Last wook's report 'Oproseuts thu gas at 15-caudlo
power ovory nigh'
Tho vollow fo,or has visited twonty lowiid in tho
lower portior of "io Stoto of TOXSB. Bomo of
thoeo plao>8 ?ore never known lo haro a case of j
tho dis""10 boforo.
Xb' flshormon plying olf Momea Island, on tho
?rojjt or England, havo discovered about twolvo I
kundrod conko of Clio gunpowdor floating about.
Tho value is estimnled nt ?1000.
Professor MAX Jim. 1.PU in engaged upon a serios
of essays on religion, mythology, bigornia nuil
customs, which aro to ho published under Ibo
tillo Of "Chips limn a Munumi Workshop."
Senator POXEUOY nnd I'.i TZAMKI u CADY STANTON
nro stumping Kansas in favor of wumcii'e riiihts
acd u og j-u Btiffrago. Tho Republican Btato Com
iniltco ignoroa fcmnlo suffrago to thoir groot dis?
Tho Panama steamer which sailed from San
Francisco on tho 30th instant, will take inachinory
for twenty stamp and quartz milla, from a foun?
der)- in thal city, for a minc at Kine's Mountain,
STXBLIKO l'mon, lato douerai in thc Confederate
army, and for tho past nix months doing business
in St. Louis, is dangerously ill, and wan not ex?
pected to livo moro (linn a day or two. Ho linn
been unwell for some tims.
It is a curious fact that nowa from South Ameri?
ca comos now hy way of England. Yankoo ontor
priBB han not yet established it lino of steamors
-with South American ports, and the Hi Ulah lines
bring to Loudon InV items which aro conveyed
boro by tho Atlantic cabio.
Tho Roman pooplo havo boon greatly oxcilod by
un oaglo alightiug on tho clock of tho Palar.7.0 Ci
torio, whore il perched all night, despite tho of
forla of tho polico to drivo him away. It waa re?
garded as presaging tho advent of tho oaglos of I
A man in Majnn has iuvonlcd a machine for dig?
ging potatoes. It consists of a ?coop uindo ol'
boiler iron, which is driven undor the potatoes
and Urta them with tho earth upon a hopper on
which U10 earth is shakon nfl, and tho potatoes
thrown into tho furrow behind tho machine.
Tho London THcgrapli says: "Tho rivalry be?
tween north and south, not only aa rogards race?
horses, bnt also us regards special products, or
oven literature, is rapidly disappearing. Tho vory
dialects of Yorkshiro sud Bomcrsclshiro 'sro in
course of assimilation to each other through tho
mighty invention of STE? HEN BOM."
A man in Hound Rock, Toxas, slaughtored a beef,
and found in it n genuine ton dollar gold piece. A
I&rmor losl a prune containing fifteen dollars in
gold while nuno\ mg OD tho prairies in tho locali?
ty, und it is snpposod that tho etcor swallowed the
coin while 0 owing tho pttrso. Tbs money was
lost eovorul years ago.
Hirds of passage hayo b-jgitn thoir annual migra?
tion eoutMward through Belgium a month earlier
this year than usual; already long lines of otorka
have taken flight; bustards havo been killed in the
neighborhood of Paris, and wild ducks havo pasBod
in such numbera that tho oyo cannot follow them.
All thin it is said, presagos a hard wintor.
The drouth in Ohio still prevails, lo tho great in
jury of tho corn and potatoo crops. Farmors aro
soiling thoir stock; water is Tory acareo, and, in
many cases, tho cattle havo to bo driven a great
distance for water. Farmers aro not feeding hogs
for tho wintor markets to any groat extent, and no
contracta aro bciug mado but thoso for omi.- do
Tho wid of the widow of King FEUDINAND the
First hos boen opened at Homo. Tho Queen be?
queaths to tbo Ligujriat Fatncra (a branch of tho
J Malta] of Naples, thron thousand crowns; in csso
Cif tho auppioesiou ot that ennuin inly tho sum ia
to go to Ibo Liguorista of Sicily, and should these.,
too, bo supproBsod, then it trill rorort to tho
Honso of Hapsburg.
A nowepaper sarrinf says that there aro two
kinda of house Hies-those that bite, and thoso
that do Dot; and ho has discovered a way to toll
them apart. Tho thu i "tlmt do uot bite, ho says,
nlways rest with thoir hoads downward, and tho
biting flics with their heads upward. Thoro is an
easier aud more ocnain mothod of distinguishing
them, namely, by thc blln.
Judge PASEES, of tho Circuit Court of Virginia,
has rundorcd a dooision that tho old banka, making
assignments under tho Act of Fobruary, 1866, can?
not giro proforenco to any class of creditors; that
note-holdero have no preference over depositors,
and lhat deposits in Confodorato inonoy aro to bc
treated as dohts of tho bank to thc extent of their
valuo at tho limo of thu doposit.
The English papors nnnounco Ibo death of the
engraver, WILLIAM WALE wt. Among his beat
works woro tho "Passing of tho Reform Hill," tho
"Abardoon Cabinet," and tho "Lit orory Party at
Sir Ti ?'ma Roynolda'." One of lils latoat produc?
tions, "Tho Distinguished Men of Scionco," tho
engraving of winch occupied him during six years,
coat him nearly ?5000 lieforo bringing any roture.
At a mooting of merchants of San Francisco to
oonBidor tho navigation of tho Colorado Rivet-, the
facta wore produced to prove that goods can bo
carried from that city io Collvillo, six hundred
miles above the mouth of tho river, at four cents a
pound, and bo transported tbonco to Sall Lako
City at a good profit. Tho passage can be made
daring all acas,ms of tho year, in from ton to fifteen
days. It is proposed to subscribo $5000 to build a
new steamer to run in oouncotiou with ono al?
ready on tho river. Croat interest is manifested
in the project.
Tbo Minnesota Historical Society made w grand
' exenraion to Laka Minnctonka on Tuesday last,
to investigate what woro supposed to bo Indian
mounds, from 600 to 1000 yu ard old. Several hu?
man bones wore found and diacusBod, which after?
ward proved to bo tho broken limbs of trees. A
auppoBod skull ollcitod groat attention Crom its re?
markable phrenological development, but it waa
found to bo a mud-turtle's aholl. Sororal mounds
have been prepared in that vicinity, and supplied
with bonos and pieoes of broken crockery for tho
future lnvcotlgation of this Society.
In a epeooh doUvored by Slr Jons BOWBLXO, at
Dundee, boforo tho Britiab Association, ho urged I
that greater attention should be paid at tho pnblio 1
schools to roading, writing and arithmetic. Ho
stated that when ho waa Governor of Hong King,
a highly connected young gontloman was sent ont
to him for public employ mont, bringing recom?
mendations from very influontial quartern. A re?
port having shortly afterward roached bim of thc
gentleman's ignorance, ho oont for him nnd exam?
ined him aa to his proficiency ia spoiling. When
required to spoil tho word candi? tho highly con?
nected yoong gentleman spoiled it "kandoll.'
The rage for any fanciful accessory to a toilot is
not of long duration with French woroon; ovon
gilt ornaments, says tho Queen, aro iilroady be?
ginning to bo superseded by ivory ones. Dloppo
ia famous for ita carringa in that beautiful sub?
stance, and tho fashion of wcariog ivory, proba?
bly inaugurated in that town, wi Ll most certainly
moko ita way to Pana by winter. Not only aro
ivory agrafes worn on mantles, but largo and
?mall ivory beads aro now mixed with jet fringoB
for mourning, and with crystal for ovoning t jilote.
Very light palm leaves dotted with gold aro begin?
ning to take the place of the gilt loaves and
The New York couria bid fair to rival Ibo Chan?
cery anita of England. Wo novo seen the formida?
ble octavos of testimony which grow out ol tho
controversy of tho Delaware and Hudson Canal
Company ?nd tho Pennsylvania Coal Company,
which baa been going on for a doeade and moro;
and wo notice that tho famous Beanzx-SiiKB case'
which baa boen ia Litigation for sixteen years, waa 1
up boforo Jos tico NELSON, al Coopera town, a fow
days since, tho testimony in wi deli is comprised in !
nino volumes I accompanied by a volumo of briefs.
Had tho parties compromised they would havo 1
eared lawyers' fees, court oxponana, and vexation
of temper that has, doubtless, sbortonod lifo.
A Hussion ODginoor exhibits a railway invontlon.
The object is to aavo too powor gained in a de?
scent, now lost in tho friction of tao brakes, with
waar and tear, and uso it in an anconi. To do
thia tbo engineer has attached to tho locomotivo
two very heavy fly-whools. Going down bdl thoy
actas a brako, and tho for?a thoy gathor will
carry tho train up au equal riso, lets tho friction.
Hero a model train loaded with waler runs down a
sharp Inclino, tho water runs off, and tho force of
tho flf-whool carries tho train back to tho place of
atnrtlnp- In thia way a short lino, taking coal
down on inclino-from the pi t'a mouth, for oxa tu?
pi a-could be worked without any power but that
? gained by oach doaoont of tho trajn,
< JlIR?BNT TOPIC?.
Tm: MiNi-ttsn? AND El aurais or tlio Socluly of
1'rjoiul?. in their meotings for Worship and Dis?
ciplino, tait Uri" Hj-toko up their toatlinuiy ogaiuat
lue vanities of dross, and although "young womon
Friends" ?rill occasionally indulge iu modish bon?
nets aud robes of foroiddeu linea, alill, upon the
whole, QuiiUorcaso* dross moro simply and be
comiiiftly than nny other ladies in Christendom.
Thoy never go to meeting all nflaunt with ribbone
and lacee, and gorgeous silks, end artificial flow?
ers, mid parti-colored plumes, to n.abo tho ilonso
of God a raree-show. They do not compoto in
Ibo labornucto for tho palm of sumptuary ei
trnvngauce, an our comen ol I ac) 1 inn do, nor could
they cngngo in mich H tbbalh rivalry without rc
cciviug many a uluru and Hbnrp rebuke from tho
closo-bonnclcd and broad-trimmed Primula who
faco thom in tho Sonta of tho Eldon). The preach?
ers of otbor denoinhiatiomi but rarely make an
onslaught on tho gauds nnd frippory of
fashion, and when Ihoy do so, small hood
is paid lo their remarks-excopt, pcrliape,
to resent thom as impertinent. Tboy novcr
thin* of launeliiug oui against pomonal
jiouip ns IHUMI did against tho wimples,
tho tiros mid Ino tinkling ornaments of tho maid
I'lin und dnwartcr* ?>f Jcnwalohl, or hs Chnplniu
WIIISTOS denounced tho dualling toilette of Qinan
ANNI:, ur ii" Jmm KNOX Ihtuulerctl iigaiunt ibo
"latest I"'.euell stylen" of M.VUV STUAUT. There is
a Mary loWl til Wuisios, by the way, which io
apropos of tho subjocl in band. Uno day that liol 1
divine wan reading prayers in Quonu Asjnt'n ante?
room, while bis uovoroign but not particularly
sobor lady waa lobing herself in tho apartmont ad?
joining - dm door botweou ibo rooms beiog loft
open, that bor spirit might bo comforted wbilo tho
process or personal decoration WSB going on.
.Something in tho Chaplain's prayer happening to
displeaso ber, sb? ordered ono of bor numen to
close tho door, upon which ho stopped praying.
Tho tineen angrily domniidotl why bo did not pro?
ceed. "Bocauso,'' said WHISTON, ''I do not obooso
to whistle tho Word ol Clod through Ibo koy-bolo."
Tho fashionable world of to-day is just as toady as
Queen ANNI; WAS to cloan tho door against any doc
triuo that conflicts with ita passion for show. If
piety und pantile cnn bo duvo-tnilcd togolbor, woll
and good; if not, parado before piety, and lot
Seripturo bo ivhictlod through Ibo koy-bolo.
Wnr ''OLD DOV?" Can any casuist givo a plaus?
ible reason fur tho bestowal or this nick-uamo on
Ibo urch-Ooiid? Mosts introduces bim as n snake ;
MILTON, as a tlubauchctl-looking spirit-"an arch?
angel ruined;" and moat of tho oarly Fathers de
! pict bim as a Protoan mousier, without a ningle
I engaging shape in bis repertoire ol transforma?
tions. In German legonds, wo moot with bim, oc?
casionally, disguisod aa a gentleman, but always
with a nat dome glaro iu bis oyos aud a lividness of
cnn: p lux ion incompat i bio with tho idea of boyhood.
Wherefore, thou, "Old Boy?" Tho titlo applies
much moro legitimately to an "ethereal intelli?
gence'' of n rory different nature. Tho poetic
Crooks embodied Lovo in tho fonu of a fascinating
little urchin, with a fillet over his oyes, and the
protty brat of paganism is such nu apt ombodi
mont of tho Honlitnont that tho imagination of
Christendom bas adopted bim j mil as bo has
como down to IIB iu shirtless innocence. Cupid
in tho oldest boy extant, and just as fresh
to-day as bo was thousands of years ago.
Pnphos, howovcr, waa not his biilh-placo,
nor was bo cradled in a r. sc. That's a "flsh
atory." He waa born in Edon, at tho very
moment whon EVE and ADAM first lookod into
roch other's eyes; and tho tears of rapture which
tboy nbeil on that happy ncoasion worn tho efixi'r
tufic in whjcb lie was baptized. From that day ta
lin.?, bin purple wings bavo novcr lost a fcathor,
nor bm chocks a dimple Six thousand yearn Tie
tho samo inoro ai' less-bavo loft bim still Ibo
Drigbtost U ri by in tho world. Qlorious old boy I
Ho laughs ot "Timo'B ell., cmg ti ugo rs," and shaken
his curls den int ly in tho face of Fate. Tho same
old story that ho told to JACOB and BOAZ, and
livonia, and HUTU, hu tells to-day. And, wondai
of c ondor?, it is never stale I Cynics insist that,
babyish as he socms, tho littlo follow is nol exempt
from that vice of old ago called covetousness; that,
notwithstanding his appal ont blindness, ho baa t
koon oyo for tho main ohanoo; and that, whoa Pov?
erty cursos in et tho door, bo makos way through
tho window. But th it's a Blander. Thoro is, in
dood, n vilo littlo morconary impostor, no mort
liko bim in principle t..un n piekpookct is like r
priest, who asdunios Iiis iintuo and trades on it,
but Cupid bin solf bas not a moan st renk in hit
composition, lio is tho quintessence of all that ic
disinterested and UMoUsk-un "old boy," pure
aud without reproach; and wu protost against thc
titlo that of right bolongs to bim hoing bestowed
npon bio infernal antithesis.
THE IsDEi'i'stiSNT, looking at the rogue? and
pigmies who oow follow poUlice as a Irado, give:
thu following indignant explanation of tho pbe
nomouon: "It cortainly seems anomalous that, at
tho count i y growd great, tho naen who maungothc
affairs grow smaller, lint it is not so ?trange a:
it seems, for it grows out of Ibo coiiToutions o
later times, which bavo put tho nomination of can?
didatos into thc bands of small mon (or worso thai
small), who naturally so manago matlora as tc
answer tho purposes of thomaclvos and tlioir class
The smallness of tho olectoral districts bas bad (
markod effoct iu furoiug tho growth of email mon
Whon tho districts wero larger, it was casontia
that tho candidates should bo mon of somo mark
of whom everybody in an uitonsive district Bltontt
bavo board at least; and the groat moss of voten
novor ib o am oil of roaching thoso heights them
solves. By tho subdivision of Ibo count ii no nev, lit?
tlo mon look larger; and by a well-understood ar
rangomcnt as tunny of thom aro to onjoy tho legisla
liva ofiioes, in due rotation, as tho limitations of bu
man lito will allow. This constant succession of in
signitlcant men, invested with fearful powers fo
good and ovil, creates tho material for tho briber
and corruption which threatens to eat out tho vital
of the State. They wore never heard of beforo, tho;
pocket what tboy oan gel, tboy disappear to malt
way for a froah supply of hungry mediocrity, am
aro hoi i d of no more. Their temptation iagrea
juin in proportion to their obscurity. Tho romed.
ia so lo arrange mattem that none but mon wit!
el nu ode ra lo lose abell be sont to mako - laws fo
too State. Tho corruption which wo all lamont am
deprooato ia limited mainly io tho larger branch o
tim legislature, and is novor oven mispected aa t
tho exocnlivo. Why is this ? Because tho Sonator
have larger constituencies, and tho Governor th
wholo 8tat? for his; so that they aro necossaril
wen of established cbaraotors, and to whom th
temptations of vulgar bribery oro ot littlo acconn
whon weighed with what tboy must lose by yield
lng to them.
THE A SIEIUO VN Freedmen's Union Commissio
and its auxiliaries oro laboring with enlightene
zeal to open tho way for tho introduction at th
South of tho free school system of tbo North. A
tho present limo they aro especially anxious to sc
cur? the cooperation of tho freed people in tb
aupport of Ibo schools. A eonforetico of delegate
from tho Tarions societies wes latoly hold in thi
city;-Judgo BOND, of Baltimore, in ibo chair-1
devise n plan for carrying this object into offce
Tho result nrrived at ls ombodiod in tho follow-in
resolutions: 1. "Resolved Thai the best intcrcol
of tho freed pooplo require tho permanent est?t
liahmcDt of free schools tn tbo South ; thai
aa in tho Northern freo Behool system, tb
peoplo should eoopeiato in tlioir anpport
and, therefore, that no new schools should be ol
tablisbod, oxcepl whore co-operation can bo si
cured. 2. Besotted, That our toaohors and ogenl
In tho South should organizo tho pooplo into asst
ciations to raise moans to aid br the ostabllehmer
and support of thoir aoboolB. or all the aasoeu
tiona in tbo country, having in viow tho moral, si
dal, aud educational advancement of tho poopli
no ono is doing a moro important work than tl
Freedmen's Union CommiaBion and its anzlliarie
and nono ia moro worthy of tho gonorous te
hearty aupport of all righl-niiDdoil people A
systems of reconstruction will bo vain unless au]
plemonled by wiso provisions for tho ?ducation i
tbo children of tbo H.nilli, belli white and black
Bo soys Ibo Now York Independent.
AMONO THC, un nions and yet obaraoloristio ph
nomena of tho day, wo noto tho spirit of Intel
rance and pcrscoution throughout New Englam
and auch other Beetions of country aa havo bet
fed on, down East, religion and philosophy-i
long direotod In all its might against tho m on sb
slavery, now that this griovanco is gone, Bookin
vont in other directions. Thus a violent fond
now in progrosa in tho Congregational Church i
tbo Nortb-ono-half charging tho otbor bair wi!
lieroay. Tho New York Independent, onco tl
organ of that denomination, but now only an on
sido hanger-on to HKMBV WAED Brenna's skirt
doprecatea this "prevailing ?na increasing toi
doney among excobont mon u> poraoonte otc
other for borosy. " It then quotes TA? Aanoa;iu
account of the recent meeting of tho Oneida Aa?
elation, which, lt will bo icon, waa ot tho Or
magnitudo : "Tho most important snbjoct toongi
beforo tho meeting for consideration, and thooi
which occupied ibo most timo in discussion, wi
that of Sabbath Cheeto Ma Ung."
LARGEST (JIROULATION.- Thc DAILY
NEWS publithe* thc Official Lint of Lei
tenrxnnainiiigjn the I'ostoffice at the end
ofkeach^ weckt\agrce?blif to the following
H^ioii^bf th? iVeio Pottoffice Laio, as the
inp&r having the fargett circulation fa
thlOityoJ Charleston: "'
Hr.aiton 8 And be ll further enacted. That UiU ol let?
ters rcmlmiug uncalled lor in en; Poitottlce In any city,
town or village, ahero a newspaper, shall be printed,
.hall burvoller bo publlehcd once only In tho newspaper
which, being published weekly or ottener, shall have Ilia
large? circulation within rango of delivery ol tho ?ld
O?T* Alf comuiuiifcafioria intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to lite Editor qf the
Daily News, Ko. 18 fTayne-slrett, Cliaiieston, S. (\
Jluslncss Communications to Publisher of ?hilly
M e cannot undertake to return reiected iwninituita
Adrerliscmcnts outside of the city mutt be acconina.
nicd leOh the cash.
TUESDAY MORNINO. OCTODER 1, I8G7.
Jon WORK.-We havo now complcfcd our
ellice HO es to noonie, in (be shortest possiblo
time, A Mi KINDS OF JOH WORK, atiJ we
most respectfully ask (ho patronage of our
V A 1,1-I)K I D ll Y .
Nearly lin oe wookB ago, 1 oxprcssed my in?
tention to my oo-parl nore, of withdrawing from
Tue DAILY NEWS, on Hie Aral day of October.
Tho day has come, and my connection with
the pnper ia dissolved. Thc reasons for (his,
tho public have a right lo know, and il ia my
du(y and my pleasure to ututo them.
My political V?OWB differ so widely from those
who have tho largest in(ores( in (Ito paper,
that 1 could no longer conscientiously control
its editorial dircotion.
1 bavo earnestly advocated tho acceptance
by our people of the Reconstruction measures
proposed hy tho Fortieth Congress. I did not,
nor do I now think them mild; porbaps they
aro not Ooiiatitutionol. Hut t li uv aro (ho ox
proHsious oflhp groat majority of thia country ;
Ikey arc Iho terms of thc conquoror lo thc con
quorcd. Tho South is conquered, nnd until aho
is rc-admitlcd inlo tho Union, she can liare no
real prospority, and 1 hcliovo aha can hope for
no better lorms than are now offered. I think
thc North haa Iho righi to diet nt u terms for tho
Battlement of thia quoalion of Reoonetruotion.
Our people haye spurned every offer that has
boen made to thom by the Qovornmont, excopt
ing lite one made hy (IRANI nt Appomattox C.
II. Thoy haye forgotten thc four eventful
years of Iho war, and through (he mad and
foolish policy of the President, ihoy hnvo been
taught lo believe thal they have Ihcir ancient
rights under tho Constitution.
Thia may bo true ; I do not believe it is. 1
think thc Constitution of the United Staten
should ho plastic, aa other Constitutions nrc ;
that as it was mado hy the ptoplt, BO loo il
should bo modified lo auit varying emergencies
and shifting ovonts.
My associates differ with me in opiniou on
theso points, and it is due to them and lo my
self-respect, that I should retire, as with my.
viows 1 would bo obliged either to no longer
serve their interests or to reprosent my princi?
I cannot, however, dissolve roy connection
with tho paper, or with thc public, without
regret. I have been too long connected bottt
with thc one and thc other, nol to feel sorrow
at parting. From my co-workers on tho one
hand, and from our patrons and frionda on the
other, I have received too much kindness to be
able to say good-bye without a pang. To thc ono
and thc other, I must always entertain tho
wannest feelings of gratitude.
In August, 1805, Tua DAILY NEWS was ?rst
issued, under circumstances thc most ndvorsc.
Al that limo there was neither free speech nor
(rec pross. The city and State was strictly
under military control; business was paralyzed,
and thc pcoplo impoverished, lt seemed im?
possible under those circumstances to most
persons, that a newspaper al that time could
succeed. Whether Tnr. DAILY NEWS baa or has
not done HO, (he publia eau judge. To moko
il what it is, I have exorted every energy and
spared no pains. I have striven lo mako il
the equal of any journal tu thu Hunt horn conn
I try, and a kind public scorns to have apprecia?
ted roy efforts. I must however say, that to
' myself little credit is duo. For the business
management of the paper I have lo thank
my friend and co-partner Mr. JA?IES W.
MCMILLAN, and thc editorial department is in?
debted for all of good that it eyer contained,
lo tho fertile brain of Mr. L. W. SPKATV, my
earliest co-adjulor iu thc editorial chair, Hie
accomplished and classic pen of Mr. WM. ll.
THEBCOT, the varied abilities und indefatigable
industry of Dr. II. DAER, and lo thc vorsatilo
and Icaruod ability ot' Mr. J. MARRETT COHEN.
OKOROU R. CATHCART.
TU TUB PUBLIC.
As will bo seen hy thc above announcement,
Mr. OEOBOE R. CATHCART has thia day retired
from the firm heretofore existing under thc
namo and style of CATHCART, MCMILLAN &
Mr. CATHCART was the managing Editor of
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, and for nonie
time represented principles for which the other
members of tho firm were nol and cannol ho
held rcsponsiblo. Wo, in taking leave of him,
bear testimony to his ability, and we foel assur?
ed that ho haB thc capacity to auocecd in any
business that ho may hereafter undertake. His
politics, however, wero nol ours, and we intend
tuait TUB CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS shall pur?
sue the course whioh we believe will not only
represent the people of this State, but alsocou
duoo to the best interests, political, commercial
and social, of South Carolina.
THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE.
There is no delusion against which men
should bo moro thoroughly guarded than that
of mistaking the name of liberty for liberty it?
self. The two aro widely different ; the one
being not unfrcquontly the mother of license,
whilst thc other is always thc parent of nation?
al prosperity*aml general happiness. Under
the namo of liberty, almost every crime has
been committed, while liberty brings in its
train every blessing. Under the name of liber?
ty, such monsters as MARAT and ROBESPIERRE
have left a festered spot upon their day and
genoration, while from (he womb of liberty
such men as HAMPDEN and WASHINGTON are
Liberty being the greatest of all earthly
blessings to a people, it should be carofully
guarded ; constant diligence ls tho price which
must he paid for the pr?servation of freedom.
That nation thal ia unwilling to pay that prioo
deserves to ba enslaved, and he who allowa
hiinsolf to bo deluded by the shadow, merits
the loss of the substance.
To preservo liberty, a people should fully
comprehend what is entrusted to their keoping.
Absoluto freedom is impossible. From tho
cradle to the grave, we are all dependent on
others for assistance Tho child must be
nursed, tho siok must ho cared for, and the
?cad must be buried. As society becomes moro
cultivated the wants of men become moro
numerous, and their mutual dependence In?
Man being dependonl on his follow man, the
object of all should be to produce tho greatest
amount of good to all. On this principle good
governments are founded. Tho moment that
this principle is established, the breath of lifo,
the breath of liberty is 'brouthai into a govern?
ment. Such waa the government of the United
States before the late war, and auch will it bo
again whenever the acalca are removed from
the eyes of a large portion of tho American
IT governments uro intended lo produce the
greatest amount of good to their ciluciu, then
thc government of tho United .Stales uniter tho
nul of thu now dominant party Ima entirely
failed : eight millions of whites aro to-.lsy en?
slaved. One foin tli of the white population nf
the OOH ut ry to-day hows down licforo a military
The plua for this is tlmt four million? oi'
blaolta must not bo "serfs and outcasts." If
(his stntcincnt wera true, it would be difficult
lo answer, though eveu Iben thc quettiotl might
be asked if the gain of Utterly of four mil?
lions of blacks ls worth Ibo loss ul'the liberty
of eight times that number of while men. The
statement hnwovor is oui ?roly luise, as those
who make il, know. Thar? is not mid cannot
bc a single ?luve in thc South There ure no
persons to-.loy in nny Soul boru Slate irbo aro
deprived of apponling lo Ibo Courts of Ibo
country. No man iu the lund being deprived of
tho privi'.oge of suing for Ibo recovery ol' his
rights; all men uro to-dny equally free to
livo in comfort orto starve na they mny prefer;
oitber to work or lo romain idle. If Hie Con?
stitution were observed there could be no op?
pression, and consequently ho slave?, "serfs or
ll must nut, however, be forgotten that civil
liberty does not necessarily imply u right in
all persons lo vote. In no political society do
women or children volo, und yet the women
nod children nre surely not considered either
serfs or outcasts, lu Kngliin.l, to-day, iu spite
of tho recent sweeping Reform, n Inrge part of
the population do not vole ut all, mid yet ii
cannot bo pretended (baillie humblest English?
man is not in tho enjoyment of thu highest pos?
sible liberty, being snfe nud fully protected in
tho enjoyment of life, liberty and prosperity.
lu thc Southern Stales to-dny, eight millions
of whiles arc in tho linnie of liberty nuido
"serfs in tho Inn I of their birth." In thc
name of liberty, thc ctl'ort is Lei nj; uiade tu I urn
OTor ten Sttftja to negro rule. This may be
disguised as much as possible by Hie Itailienl
leaders. They may cry oui Hint labor is
always the sci vant ol' oapitul, and that bruin
will alwayB be Ibo master of brute force. This
is far from being always I ruo. Labor nod
capital have clnabod beforo now, and Hie
contest bas been bitter nnd bloody, and in Hutt
contest capital und intellect have nol ulwnys
Men who but yesterday were slaves, igno?
rant and unodiienlcd, willi dud's murk upon
them, separating thom from the other races ol
the world, nre to-.dny given (bo bnllol. Thc
question is never asked if this will produce
liberty or license. No two races of nearly
equal Hum burs, enjoying the same political
rights, ever bavo lived side by side iu har?
mony, without amalgamation. Haces as oppo.
site as aro thc white and black rac?, cannot
amalgamate, but if they liAvn equal political
rights, a constant conflict musL be carried on
for supremacy, ending in the annihilation ol
the one or thc other, or in a war of mens,
stopped by some strong band seizing the rcin<
It is vain for us to speak of conciliation. Thc
blnck man and thc white bran to-dny mny boll
desire il, but thc law is fixed that members ol
the samo raco will and must cling together
Tho linc of demnrknlion may not yet bc made
though (here arc demagogues who are strivinj
lo offed this purpose, and bow nearly it ma;
be effeoted, it ia impossible to say. Past im
pressions cling to the negro as well as to Hu
white man, bul with political ambition devel
oped, each race will endeavor to drive tIii
other from power. The question must cvcntii
ally bo one of Ibo control of State tin ve i nine ni s
In thin Minie, Ibo negroes registered eomparei
to thc white men, are as two to ono. Amoii|
tho while men excluded from political position
arc both thc ablcat and tho most experience!
in thc State. Will not (ho negro soouer o
Inter atlcmpl to take thal um s te ry lo wbieb li
is cntillod, if Ibo doctrines of tho ruling pari;
arc (ruo t Will not this attempt be ns danger
otis to tho liberty of thc whilo man ns it mus
surely bc lo the liberty of tho negro T ls il nc
thc first and thc iuevitul.le step lownrd
troubles which may affect ibis country fo
goneralions lo come, which mny destroy it
prosperity, and deprive ii permanently of it
There is another result which must ueersss
rily follow " ucgro suffrage" in the .South, if i
is insiste.1 on by tho North. The acts of Con
'grell by which it ia being forced on this sec
lion, arc clearly unconstitutional. The Radi
cal lenders who have any honesty, all ador
Ibis. If tho Radical programme is successfi
a precedent is established which must result i
Iba overthrow of constitutional liberty throne;
thc whola country. Tho party in power justit
their course, on Ibo ground that it is favorabl
to liberty. If liberty means tba overthrow <
all cousliluliounl chucka, Ibou is their actio
In favor of liberty. If liberty means a shaun
losa violation of constitutional obligation
then is it tho party of liberty. If, howeve
liborty means the production of thc grcate
amount of happiness, then (he pnrly whit
would violate thc rights of thirty-two millioi
of people,, is certainly thc party of despotist
Tho parly which would degrade Slates for ll
purpose of oblnining and retaining politic
power, cannot certainly bo eulie.1 tho par
cither of liberty or of progress. JOSIAH QUI:
or, who ought lo be good authority, iu Nc
England, declared long ago in Congres
that two limita exist lo thc power of ll
national legislature-" Nature and thc Co
stilution." In tho same speech he also sai
"Lot legi ula tors beware lest by thc ve
nature of their laws, they weaken that nen
ment of respect for them so necessary to
inspired, and BO difficult lo be reinstated wh
it has onoe boen driven from tho mind."
The Radical party will and, if possible, i
tend to violate both nature and the Constit
lion : Nature, in throwing two races ir
I political and aocial antagonism, and the Cc
ititution, in forcing first the South and atti
: wards tho North, to adopt such system of gc
[ ambient os may suit tho whim, will or passi
of tho dominant majority. Congress by t
very nature of ita laws, ia weakening the ri
peet necessary to be inspired, and by ils shan
leaa violation of rights is opening wide thc do
to anarchy or despotism.
If the North will heed thc real issues befo
tho people, if it will not be beguiled by a shed'
into letting go its hold on the substance, il n
noon sec that what Radicals call liberty is di
potisro, and despotism of the vilest and mi
dangerous kind ; the despotism of majori!
despising thelaw and showing open contempt I
written Constitutions. We of the South, chok
by the iron hand of military powor, cAn do no
lng but warn tho North that our fate roust
thoirs, unless the party now holding the rel
of government ls defeatod nnd dcstroyi
The North cnn to-day choose between lill ot
for the whole country, guarded and presort
by the Constitution, or a despotism al homo
grinding AB ia that by wbioh wc are now i
preeacd. Tho North can to-dny choose, sc
it may bo too late. The Radical wave must
swept baok or lt will cover Ibo whole count
bearing desolation to every section, and d
truotion to all prosperity.
J. M. BRADSTREET & ??0
Mercantile 1 Aitrericy,
NO. 20 BROAD HT It EE1
on Atti. I;HTON, H. C.
i J. L. FONDA. Superintendent,
! E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRAT!
HAS REMOVED RIA OFFICE FROM CDALMI
tiree! lo No, 77 orfCROn STllF.EJT, near
Mic tatra Alloy. * umni
VI/ArVriCI?, A ItKSI KI TAIII.p; I?l 11)1)1,IC
> ? aar?l Wallia l-Vuialu ( . uri a? (took, amt koala hur
ri'l! ;;rl:> rally lit.-fu! ?Lotit I,mutt' ol a Minali lamil v.
An Ani. rli nlior lli riuaii i- i.'.n-nv.l. Hiv kill In n la
lumiabtil n illi II cookilu: litwYi*.
Nolie ami ?ppl.v win? Ix IH>I .-vperi.-iicol ami lilliv com?
petent. Apply ni M:\VSori'iri:. septi-mbcr-JK
*1 ir A NT lull, A SI III. Ol- Kl VI-: KOIKHH, Oil
TI a House with four or Ave minni ami auhabto uni
lim'lin,,-, nour Itu! Inno. .- itu linn td Hie illy. Illa
inlier praierrad. .\?.i>iy ai nus 01 rici:.
September IV _
QI'ITAI'ION ? ilM'SIJ. -WA?TKD. UV A
O married mun, ol atc-idy bullit*, a aHaatloii ni uuv
roepc.-lahlc bnMMIt. Will Maka l.luu.ll i... ul ia
most any t apa. liy. Aihlieaa ' U. 1'.." al Hil. oin...
AGKNTH \V AN'J'hl?? IOC? li
THE i.iFE .lA'/i VAifPAtaxs OF
GENERAI* it OH M HT li. I,Kl!,
HY JAMI'S I). Mi CARE, .ht., of Virginia.
,\nih.ir of "Min ,j Hon. Kloaawair Jackson." --i.it.- ni
Uun. Albt-rt Sydney Jobuaon," "I'll . Atil-.lt-l.'iini|i." .ve.
Stiuil lui- rn.--.il u :. ami HM our 1. ii "? -, anti a lull (Ur*
scrlptinn ol' Ibo work. Addreu-t NATIONAL PUBLISH
INO COMPANY, Atlaala, Ha. linn* September
LUST. A PA1K OK s IT: Ii I. SKKCTAtl.K??,
lu KIIIK ur i.'ui i i tlrn-L. fruin Iii...ul to Frlotitl
Hln-olt. A liberal reward will bu |>aiil liv leaving (bum
al No. UT KINO STKKKT. 2? October r
I)ltlV \TI--. IIOAItDIIS'f. CAN UK ORTAIN
Kll A I No. 45 KAMT IIA V. neut- Hie Haller)-.
October 1 i nilli
HOAItlll.NO.- SINOLK OK.VTI.KMKN AMI
l*aaaillwiiail tie arrunMaodated willi IIUAHD, mumu
fiiruiHbtil or iiiifiirul.lii'il. nu rwasoMdlle ami aeeoiiiiiin
tlatiuii 1. mw. by npplylin; at Nu. 191 CJ11K KN* ST 11K KT.
October I tutlinJ
I)OAIIRINM_Til KKK ..l.i:\SA.\ I' IMHIMS
) willi Kuu.t Ul IA UH tun l?- bini HM until.-UiiU uppli
tallou lo Nt?. Ut rm in ll sluKKi', amil ?nb-, beal
i i ...l.l ?-1rei-1 Tt-riiutrt-aMuiiab1t*. Jiuit- ttl
KI.LKVr HO A It I). AT VKUV LOW
\ ratea, lu ll.OKI ri-utml bunlm-Mit pari ul ib.-1
wittiinii I'HIUIIII!, in II prissie IIUIIM-. LUI ut?* bf I
PW |..uii.-ulur- n.l.lr.*- "X. L," 1'n-ii.iH,-.-. Mu?
0 0 PAR TN EB 3 HIP 8.
OISKOI.UTION OK COKARTNKRHllll1.
rpm: COPARTNFHSUIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
1 limier Hip narnu ami atylu nf CATHCART. M. Ml I,
L?N .V MORTON, in tb!" iluv dissolved liv mutual cnn
tull. Mr. O. It. CATHCART bnvuig retired tan, tim
name. All IKHCUUH Indi t.lo.1 In tim lute linn will uiakn
ll.llmdll.lo pajlneiil In J. W. M. .MILLAN, on bobalf ot
Ibu unilcrplL'iicil, who wilt t-otitluur* Ibo buslm-HU limier
Ibn uaiue ami style of MuMII.LAN A MORTON,
All elalniH against Hie lute linn m u-,i bi- presented at
Ibu Oftire of Hit- ClIAMUCarON DAILY NEW* tor payment.
JAK. W. MCMILLAN.
.MA M Ht Ml MORION.
U. U.ber I, laT.7. October I
rpuE FIRM Ol' JOS. \V. HARRISSON ti SON l i I HIS
1 DAY dissolved by muliial rouHi-nt. Mr. J. T. S. HAR?
RISSON withdrawing. Mr. .1. W. HARRISSON will ?el?
lie the atTalr.. JOS. W HARRISSON.
JOHN T. S. HARRISSON.
S. pi. min i 20, 1SC7.
ARTIST SCt'PI.Y l'A I.NT AND ?111. MIHI I .
IWit.I. CONTINUE IN MIL ABOVE LINE, THANK?
FUL (or pact invert; I Htlll BOUeH a rontiuuance ol
public patmD.t>eat No. Ci OUKKN STREET.
OclolMir I I JOS, tv. HARRISSON.
< ul - \ UTM Ksllll' M IT I ri-..
HAVINO CLOSED KP MY RAILWAY SUPPLY
BUSINESS. I bnvu till? day formad a (.'oikurUicr
aliip willi Mr. DANIEL RAVEN Kl" Jr., for Ito trsunac
Uon ofan INSURANCE, 1JROKER.U1E. AND flFN'Ht AL
COMMISSION IIUMN KHH. Wo will coutume tbe agency
of ENOIN KS amt .MA rill.s KUY lu general.
C. K. Ul'UElt.
IHIO l'M>I I( SK; M I)
HAVE TD.I8 DAY ASSOCIATFJ) THEMSELVES
tufccllicr undor thu om.io of HUOEK Ii RAYE
NKL. aa INSURANCE AOENTS. BROKERS, AND
O EN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
C. K. HUOEK.
DANIEL RAVEN FL, Jr.
October I. 1887. luUia'l October 1
r|THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KXISTINO
I be(we.<ii (bc iiudvralanod. lu Um PLAIN1NO MILL
amt LUM1IER biiaincs?, under tbe arni of EIIAl'OU &
MALI.ONF.E. han hceu Tl.li Dav .ll-a.il.rd, hy muliial
eonaeul. JOHN C. MAI.LONEE aloue li aiitboriled to
Kellie Ibo altair.-, nf the nani copartncrahl|>.
D. C. Mi un i H
JOHN C. MAI.LONEE,
Cllaitt-CaiOX, Septoiuber 0, lNi7.
Stipiciub.T ti lum
r j MIL UNDKItalONED H A M NO PU RC U AS RD ALL
JL Mr. ERAUOH's luloroat in Ihn almvo Copartucmblp.
will coiilluue on hi? own account tho bualneaa, hercto
loie conduele I by Ihe late Urn:, o( EBAUOO A MAL?
IGNER, at Ute name illari-, HORLBECKH WHARF, ima
Hie NorthraMtTU Riillroad. .
JOHN C. MALLONEE.
r ii vi i i -,m-., Soptriubcr ti, ISI'.T.
SeplrinlHT tl linn
OTOH A fi Kt, THIS HIM' LK.VTKAI. AND
O t-niivonlviit in Hiv city, al very rcaaonabln priera,
for COU ON. RICI-', SALT. FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac.
hiir.ui.-.-. winn ilCHlrrd, aa low* aA auy lu Hie eil v. Apply
to UEO. W. CLARK .V CO.,
Corner Earn Ray aud Cumberland Hln-eU.
EDWARD U)WNDKS, "
FACTOR AM) COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CHARL?STQ.N, S. c:
September l-l atutblnio
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Heal Est?tn Ai;ontfl, ?nctlonfAra
COMM ISSION M EUCH ANTIS,
OFFICE NO. Jd IIAVNE STREET.
Hol.l.-inl.. r :i _
" WILLIS cV? UlllSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TXriLLATTENO TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
VV HUI i'MENT (to L. i. o H and DoaaaaHc Port?) ol
COTTON, HICK, LU.MRER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Cliu? linton. H. C.
F_ WILLIS.A. it. cuiitor.M
Oct ol . r 'J". _
TUE KUIPPINQ AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for Ihe pr.-uo.nt bo carried on aa usual by tho
uudertigued at No. tB Eaat Bay, ovi r tho atora formerly
occupied by CRAIO. 'J TOM KY li CO.
All persona having individual claioia munt preacnt Ibo
B .iuo, and thoac luucblcd Individually will make pay?
ment lo JOHN TUOMEY.
H OT Et S.
1-KOPHIETOB OF THE
OREE.VVII.I.E, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
W. F. CORKERY.Ol apotUwood Hotel, nichuioud.
Telegraph nnd ilailroaJ UlBoea in Iiotunda of ITotol.
Juno 17 _ _Gmo
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Proud way, N. Y.. opposlto Bowllog Orcon-( n Ibe
European Plan.-THE STEVENS BOURE !? wall au.l
widely known to tho travelling public, 'liv: location ia ea
peclally anllable lo mercbanfa and bualneaa men: it ia In
close proximity to tba busiuea. pan of (bo city-ta on
Hie highway or Southern and Wealera travel-and adla
cout to all Ibu principal ltailroudnr.il Steamboat depola.
Tho STEVkNS UOUSE haa liberal aceomniodailoi. for
over 300 gu. ala-lt la nell fttrnlahnd, and paw-caen every
modern Improveiuimt for the ?.oniforl and rntertalnmrnl
nf UR Inmate*. Tho rooina ara Hpacloua and well venti?
lated-provided with gan and waler-tba altendanre la
prompt and rcapeelfnl-and tho table la gcucroualy pro?
vided willi every delicacy of Ibo acaaan at moderate ratea.
Thu rooms having been rrfumlahod and remodeled, aro
ara rnal' m lo offer extra facilities for tbe comfort and
pleasure ..f our gneata. OEO. K. CHASE tr CO.,
May 2ft timo Proprtelora.
PIANO-KOItTKH-OltAND, HO,!'A HFC AND
UPRIOU1'-Which are now acknowledged lo be,
by tho Lecillng Arttata in thia country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY Olli ERM IN AMERICA. Tbrso Instrumenta pos?
sess r very modern Improvement, aro of tho largest size,
finished in CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CARES,
embracing every variety of aryle. Each baa tho full
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out the agra fie arrangement). Each ba? tho FRENCH
ORAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
other In rapid oxeentlon. Thean Instrumenta aro all
navan, SBVBM ann A QUAnnn ami aEvax am A minn
OCTAVES; constructed of TnonacoiiLT exAsomn woon,
aud of tho ducat and beat material. For OBKAT pow ca,
aianiMo CjDiunca, SWEETNEAS ami pu Birt OY TOVE
throuRboutUiocuUro RxauTitR; ELEGANCE OFFTNIflH
and ORe.AT DURABILITY, tho Plsno-Fortc* of Messrs.
JKNNYH At BON aro unaurpaased by any other matera in
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WHEREVER EXUUHIIU). Ten samo facilities which
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also embie them lo offer their PIANO-FORTES to (he
publia st TWENTY I-El. etsi, lower than any other FiBsrr
ci.iRfl manufacture? in tba connlry,
T ho special attanUon nf Dealera, Toacbora and olbera
la Invited to Ihn examination of th caa Pianoa before mak?
ing Un l r sulecllon rino whore. Every Instrument ts fully
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Between 3d and 3d Avenues. Now York.
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uri' i tu vt ii..
AN URTU \ MKK1 INO ? ll I. UK l!KI.I> lill? D.W.
in coourll limant* r. ul J KA. v. M.
October l I MT, ll KM 11 ll, lletk of Connell.
MlltKKM \V SIM'IKTY.
mitti KKuri.Aii MOYHU,! Mri 11s.i wu.I. III;
J li,Ul',. A -ti?^ ai lbs Mall, al M o'clock
I Ho? ( >. lilt I I.S.
Ouluber i i Sw romry.
VIUH.WJ'KIHK KVOaVK rOHI'AXV,
\T TEND TUE Itls.Cl.AK MOSTO I. Y MEETING OK
your I'oimntiv, #',.*' C*i'f>iirt*i. 9i rout flail iii Slit?*
atml,ai 7 o'clock UM I?I?. liv i.r.l. r*.
I011N T. Il "MIMI Ul v ..
Ootobor I I Sanitary.
i iiMii.i-HIV HII I.I:HI;N KOCIKTY.
fIVIE HEOUl.ti: MuSTlll.V MlxTISnor 'lilli so
1 CIKTY ?nblu UvU Mu h'tvHiwf.M M.-onl.' Hull, .>!
HaM-IKM 7 uVluet,.
r. u. eitNNirn; sa*'* ana'rivi
. Oolobei- I
UKU.H A.\ KU Kt'A' MKCH \ I? ISHIM*.
flMIF. .MUM III.\ M KUTI Ni I ill* lill: UEHMAN
I KKKUNUiiCIIAPl'SUIIKU MkiMplace ITUs .ViyM. al
Itv i.nicol Hi.- l'n sldi'i I.
IX'taber I I i'll\s. -.IK.ol.lNil. Sc-'y.
UOMKHTi:.\l> ll? ll.DIM! \M> I.IIAVASSI).
ri MIK MONTHLY MULI INO UK I Ills ASSOCIAI IOS
I will l>c hold i 'ni ?in?'!. Octoh r l-l. al lull ..i-i
Vcl.H-k. al Merninie Hall.
1 lin Treasurer will rec. Ive Hu- Fifth lustuhuelw al Ii ira
oilier. Nu. KIT Meiling Hi reel, latia May, lialwaall '.' un I '.'
o'clock, ami al Un* Mil tu tim evettlMa,
JOSEPH Willi.HEN, Siv'v nu I Ires*
1il..-i I I
MUS. \VOTTO.VN SKMI.V Alt V.
COHN Kit i?F ARCHDALE AND MAGAZINE siui.Els.
STUDIES wu.i. m: RESUMED OCTOBER Orv.
Engllih Department.Mr?. WOTTON.
I'r. iicli.Madam? DEVINKAU.
October i luaJ
nuts, .MUiv i..vntK.v.s
HOARDING AND DAYSCHOOL.lolt VO|t.Ni I I.ADI IIS
IIMLI. RESUME ITH EXERCISE*! OOTOUER 1ST.
>> CO KN KM WKN'tWolillt AM* SMI I'll STREETS,
'lim coilrri.) nf KIIIIIICH tri thorough und t umplitti'. The
French Department will lie ..luctnl liv a rveldnoi
Klein li Tiuehcr. uml Hie MUMU; Indien will lie mildred to
-[".ak t renell. I ni lei nm, el -., apple UM alune.
September IV Ullin
/ vi' TUK U KV, I). X. I. A F \ R'S HEM IMA RY, AT TUE
*. J rOHNK.lt Ol' CALHOUN STIlKin' AND ROT.
LEDGE WI NIH'. WILL III. llK.sr.MED ON THE 1ST
Od I OUCH. Thorough Ima nu :i?u IN all thu branches
or au English ml clas-a, al l.dneni.in.
Sc|deinber 19 Iti.'U.?fi.'M Oct I
.11 Its JOHN A HU M
Mru.L RESUME THE EXERCISE-; OF HI:? SCHOOL
nu TU Ey DA I, OctoLcr Di. al lier Itcaiiluucii. Marv
street, opposite Kibah- Iii.
MUSIC AND FRENCH laugh; when desired.
TIIK MISSUS IIATI'.s
iiril.L RESUME THEIR SCHOOL OCTollK.lt 1ST,
XS at No. VGEORG E STREET.
Seigcnilicr 17 lill
nuts, KOW,\tti> ti. tviui'i.
WILL RESUME THE DUTIES Ol' ll Ell HOARD
INO AND DAY SCIIOUI., No. ?I I... mr.- nu r.a. un
Hie mu ol October.
September lu supt io.-.a oct l.s
IMlUl.lt: SCHOOL nut < OI.OUK.H Villi*?
FRANKLIN STREE I*.
riMHS SCHOOL, EnTABLIsniUi Ii Y TUK PRGTK-t.
J TANT Episcopal Church tu Hnulli Carolina, will
reopen TO-MOtlltOW.October Hie lit. at lOo'rlock A. M.
Hy order of the Hoard.
E. I.. KERRISON, Secretary.
September 30 -i
l-l III,H SCHOOLS-( ITV OK CHAKI.KS.
flMIK EXERCISES Ol' THESE SCHOOLS WILL RE
X resumed on Jfmiifuy, the '.'th October.
Tho State Normal School having been dbieoiilluueil. a
FREE SCUOOL FOR OI11LS will lie opened la dial
building, and Hie Oirl'a Grammar Department ol' thc St.
Philip Street School transferred lo thal School. Di ad
a.m u to thc regular course of Instruction afforded lu
the Public SCUOOIH, il is tho inlnnllnn of thc bonni to or?
ganise at this School ona or moro advanced clan.es fur
thu benefit of youan/ ladina wtio msv ileslro to prepare
(bein.ri. ( ? for teaching. In the st. Phillp Street School,
In piora of thc Girl's Grammar Department, romovod to
thu Normal behool, u Hoy's ( Irani Laar Department will lui
Applications fur jd um..> lo ultliur of thu Schools csu
be made daily st thu respective School Houses, between
thc boura of 9 and in A. M., on ami alter tho date above
menti oued, unlit further notice.
Hy order or thc Board. I". MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
Secretary C'OIIIIIIIM.loner.? Kroc School?.
scptuuabcr 23 in'l 10
I KU \l,l. I?LLEUF,.
rpUE FA1J. TERM OF TUE FEMALE COLLEGE,
L Spsrutubiirtf, fl, C., ?ill upe i October :kl. 18C7.
The President. Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D.. will ti?
ni,ted by rompcicul. . iperii n.-wl tsacben In every Ju?
Roan! for Itali year.$70.00
Coutiugent Fee. 2.00
Music ami all thc un?ame nial I ira nelie s very low.
Those wishing to jialronlzt! thc School will piesse ad?
ores, tim Pn Nltloul. Itu August tl
VALLE cn reis.
THIS INSTITUTION WILL RESUME ITS ACADEMIC
EXERCISES SlirTLMUEIt Isl.
For Prospcciufici pleaae aUdns. "MOrHER SIJPE
niOIt," fi ..uliii.' cnuvcnl sud Academy, Columbia, So.
Cai^^ Imo Sepiembci' 1
T AILO RING, ETC.
NEW TA I LORI NO GOODS.
THESUHSCRIUER DCM RES TO INFORM UISl'AT
RONS and the public generally, thal IIB ha? just re?
turned lcm the North with u good supply of I'lolhs.
ra-Mun r,?-. and Vealing*, foreign and domestic, and
also, an osanrtmcnt orOeutlemi n's Furnishing Goods.
NO. 50 ANSON STREET,
TUREE DOORS NORTH OF H ASEL STREET.
September 21 in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES !
THE SUBSCRIBERS MOST RESPECTFULLY IN
VITES Liteau, u to their large, varied Mock of
BOOT'S AND SHOES, and are olTered to tbo public at thc [
1). O'NEIL cv SON.
No. 376 KINO STREET. ABOVE GEORGE STREET.
Augustin -lui le.'loo
FANCV GOODS, TOYS, ETC.
SANTA MM A DQIIA RTE RS.
PARIS FANCY ?00DS,
TUE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INVITE U1S
friends sod thc publie gent-rally to Inspect his
beautiful stock ot Fnucy Goods, Toys, icc, now opening
at his Bazaar, No. 390 King ?irret.
A moro beautiful and complete assortment bas ui ver
been exhibited in this eily, and aa seeing ls oelioviug, a
co taltal Invitation is extended to all to be convinced.
To the city trade and merchants i rom the country uow
Inlying lu i bin market, I am preparsd to sell goods lower
thau u ny other house iu the city.
P. vou ?ANTEN,
No. wa Klug street, .1 doors below Wenna.rib.
Sepia tu ber 21 Imo
PRUOS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
DRUGS AND_MBDICINBS ! !
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Cl A LOM FL. OUININK, MORPHINE.-III. CARIS. SODA,
/ SULPHUR, NIT. POTASH, OFIUM, CASTOR OIL,
Atc. Wo novo packages of the above articles pul up ex?
pressly forronntry orders,
OA hand all of the Prlucipal Proprietary and Patent
Medicines, which will be sold at n low lieu re.
TM BES!' TOMB WS M J?]
November '17 a
"EXCELSIOR !_EXCELSIOR !
Far Removing Haprrfluoua Hair.
TIO THE LAD1 KB ESPECIALLY, TUIH INVALDABLr.
depilatory recommanda itself ss being an almost in
.lupeneible articlo lo female beauty, ia caiily applied,
doe* not burn or Injure the akin, bul acts directly on th?
roots. It la warranted to rstsovo superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of tho body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the samo, leaving Um
?kin soft, smooth and natural. Thia ls the only article
med by tba French, and ut the only real effectual depila
tory lu oxlatcnco. Price 7S cents per paokace,' ' poa
paid to any ad J rem., on receipt of an order, by
HERO Kit, SUUTTH At CO., Cb rmi s ta,
March 30 Irr No, 283 River st, Trey, N. V.
GROCERY ANO MI????ELLA?EO?S _
'ini'?TKit, i in.iNi:. LARI), Sea"
I.HttKIK.1 I'IIOHT I KIMI KM lit! I 11 lt
h .i Li- IVnkiitaj linton
n?w>Hiat?mu? r.n i-'iv i'd ta?*
l u l.lni rlml. .. I .MI laird
run ss ll. i i amity I >'ul Lard.
I.JU hui.' ii I in-.MIMI Fm .. lin hy
I. .V F HAWSON.
0 t .1. r I I Ny. 9b KM! Bay.
COFFEE, S UGA ii AND TEAST
* -T UAOii FK IM r ll lu cut FEE
11 1.1 pocket* Prime Java Coire?
a imt-kat-i liar) HI ion Xii La Cotta?
?in barr.-l. i i u-.li- -I A nu.] (J bugara
i j chests i Ii i-..- Ilv'iou Tea
IO cuesta rh--ic I Dael. Tua
if< .(-.IBU -i ? I.e.I? Hy*oii ail i Black Tan
I .stlililUJ ?od lol !.. .1. lc V. DAWSON.
October I I Ku. 'JJ Eau May
FLOUR ! FLOUR I
;>iH k HUI S Ki.UUK, ni.I) AM) NI:\V WHEAT'
\ " 30libls. celebrated \ iironu Ne? Flour
00 hhli Uv -l i nn . Lambo* au.) lol sale h>
J. A- r. DAWSON.
October i I No. M Ken Bay.
.1/ v lilli.*. PH I Mil MIX I'HltK. LANDING A KU
.)\ J r.r ia!r hy .1. A: F. DAWSON.
(Mobur 1 I Nu. HO East bay.
SUPERIOR WESTERN HEMP
*>/ vf Y IXMIji M'l'KltlOU WESTERS HEMP HOPE.
>n M ' Fur salo by MORDECAI lt cu.
ixiatwr i ,
SI PK H IO H MOLASSES.
I?i* um.';, ilium .\IOI.\SSCS
r)\ f lim bids, eh.ni- Mulaosus.
lu linc inekagim. For sale hy
l ?. lulu i- I I MOHIlIMAI A co
MAN il,LA HOPE.
1 i ki ? L'OILH MASILLA ROPE -A SUPERIOR Alt.
IUI / i l.lll of .tu.-ct importation.
Fur eal? by lolls HANCKEL.
i'.II li. l- l.a-t Bay auil Ilario's Wharf.
U, mlle. 1 1
WHEAT ! WHEAT 1
WAA lilli TO a'ritCIIAMK.
rit lt \i \ BUSIIKLH PRIME KED AND WHITE
t\) WHEAT, l..r which the hUtheal market
pr.will lia pat.l. .lulu, CAMP3EN ii CO.
Di tidier I tuft
WM, WM, WK
Ar., &?'., &c,
BY J. A. ENSL0W& CO.,
No. 141 East Hay.
1 i Wa H0I.LH SUPERIOR IIENHAI. DAGOINU
JuW Sem* va rds Hcuvv sea lataod Bagging, weigh,
'in? 2 tbs.
lill liliils. Clay cd Miil-ni- i
111 hbds. Superior Muscovado M.iluso-1
'Jilli roils Richardson Oreen Leaf Hop;
ilarreU Cuba lloiinv
Kits Shad Hoes
lu tulis Uniter.
Heptrmber ** _ _ a
S II I N Qt TE 8, i-Tll I NGLE8,
Apply at .Marshall's Wharf, ur
I.A. EN SLOW Ac CO.,
September Itt stu'J Ko. lil East Bay.
L?ME, CEMENT, AND PLASTER
I r fifi BARRELS LIME,
1 tfXJU IOU Barrels Superior Whit? Lime,
vsi I lam l-i I'laalnr Pail,,
lim al. Lathes. '
Pi i - l.-i ms Uah', Ac., Ac. For salo by
A. McCOBB. Jr..
No. SH East Gay. opposite Now Custom Uouao.
September Js 0
^(A OOH I>IUMF- OYPliESS SHINGLES, JUST
?-M '*\J\jyj arrived and tor aale Ly
SUACKELFOHD AI KELLI",
September 'JT Nu. 1 Uoyce'e Wharf.
1 A BRIA EASTERN LIME
1 Lt:\j\J UDO hbls. superior Whito Lime
Haily eapected to arrive pe" sehr. S. H. Janina m
TH I.Toni' ANO TO Aftmvi:
600 bhla. CEMENT
wat bills. Plaster
Plastering Hair. Fire Brick, Ovan Tile. Ac.
For salo hy OLNEY A OO.
September H _ _
1AUE HE*T AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY ? TO BE
round al OEO. W. CLARK A CO.'S
September 13 _No. HW Eatt Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
1 AA IIDLH' WHISKEYS, OE DIFFERENT ORADES,
lA'U qualities and price?
600 rases Claret Wim s
100 cases Scblruaiu Sehnapps
100 casks Urandy, nlu, Jamaica Rum. St. Croix num.
New England Rum, Hhorry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira
Wino. Ac. fcc.
1000 dei.-1 -ii nf Um above lu . a . -.. Tor salo by
September 17 O Ku. W. CLARK k OD.
SALT, SYRUP; &c.
-j ff AA "ACES SALT FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO
AtAUvJ suit purcbatera, at less than market rates.
UK) Blue Orit OriudsViuea
KM barrels Syrup.
11)0 barrcLs Sugar.
11100 kegs NaUs.
61X1 baga Shot,
mot) ii.ii... Herring.
100 lim? Starch.
1000 huies Soap.. .
If? hovea Toliureo. A'C, Ire.
For aale by UFO. W. CLAUK A CO.
?J???Y CLOTH ! GVNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES O UN NY' CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
LU\J IOU Rolls ' linne. Cloth, Extra Hoavy.
Jnst received.. For aale low and in lots to suit, by
September 1? _OEO. W. CLARK A CO.
1AA COILS MANILLA ROPE.
XVI-' 300 Coils Hemp Rope.
200 Coila Jule Rope.
Ju? receives! and tor salo ch oap for cash, hy
September IC OEO. W. CLARK t CO.
BREAD ! DREAD ! BREAD !
1 A AA COXES AHMT H ll KAI ?.
J-\J\J\J For aalo by GEO. W. CLARK A" CO.
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OP THAT CELE?
BRATED ALE, by
OEO. W. CLARK A CO.
In ( \ ROLLS-.ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
\ \J For sale nt
MEETING STHEET ICE HOUSE.
BALE, ROPE. BAGGING AND
?JIOH SALE IN LOTH TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
1 the Maiiutaclurer - : H. OLUOTJfl.
No. AI Pluu sin-el, New York..
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH I
t A f\ BALES GUNKY CLOTH
14U in bales Extra Heavy Cloth, -weighing 3.35 oz.
SO bales Extra Heavy Cloth, weighing 2.2? ot
60balC9 Extra Heavy Cloth, WKlghlug3.20 oz.
50 rolls I lira Heavy Cloth, weighing 2.20 or. . ' '?.
?lb rolls Extra Heavy Bengal Hagging, 46 Inch. . . ?
?jo e .ul - 1? .i -, : .ii Hemp Bale Ropo. ,'
Ferule at lowest market prices hi Iola to sult'lmr.
chaacraliy ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO.,
No. 301 Eaat Bay, corner of Cumberland atceeL
septetaber 2?_ tnthaa
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(t.NcoitPunATEO itovsarsEa 1, 1860.). .il
PROM THE VINEYASDS OF .
Sonoma, Los Augelos und Napa
W. H. GHAFEE, Ageut.
NO. 307 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
HOCK. SHERRY*. SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wine Bitters, Claret, Sonoma Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Cham pagua (lu quarta), Sonoma Cham
legua (in pinta, 21 In a case)-In wood and gu?as.
J. ti. HARVKY. W U P. U AItvic V .
J. fl. H ARTE Y & CO.,
HEALERS IN BACON, PORK, LARD, CORN, le,,
No. TS Exchange Place,
UALTIMUHB, AI O.
HAVING CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPERIOR,
quality of SIDES, 8HOULDE1IS, Hums, Stripe,
Lard (In tierces, b?rrela and kegs). Pork, Ac, Ac. we
would rranectfully eollclt orders from Boothera Mer?
chante. J- G. HARVEY A CO.
September 2f. Imo?
THOMAS il. AGNEW,
IXIPOBTKR AMI DEALER IX
Kine ?Jnu erle?, < iioii o Tena, KT.. tita,
NOS. 3C0 and202 GREENWICH-.T,, COR. OF MUR RAY
STEAM OAS VITTER AND I'LUftlBKn
IK-AIN AN!? ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURFJi, GAH
FrrriNG AND PLUMHING FROMPTLC VT
1 ENDED TO. No. lld KING S rill'KT,
August ai_Between lt mad and Oiicu-u .treots.
' GENERAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
NO. ? STATE STREET i
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LABOR PROCURED AND LABOR FOUND
AppUcarloci to be mada at the General Oaten OOea la
H. V. STONHOUSE,
Septaxobar 19 ?m<i