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Cotton doMtl in Now York at lj ntwta lower ;
Middling Uplands 2i>.
(lokl dosed at H|.
Vouches twelve inches in eirciiinforoitco WMW cx
hibitod at a fair in Illinois laHt week.
An American imper, called Hiu T?>0 Republics,
la published in Iho City <?f Mexico.
Tboio aro flflynr ninro agricultural fairs now
going on in Noir Y.nk ami tbo noighboriug ciliOB.
IIiamutz at present ia orowdod with Spaniards,
mont of thorn cxilod, and all of thorn inoro or leas
opposod iu Oi&oxistiiig order of tbinss.
A forcig.i journal announces that tho railway
from I'aris to Strasburg has now tbrcu-atory cam,
for first, coooiid and third-class passengers.
Tho only fruit which growa in ovory climato ia
Iho strawberry. It ia tho oiiYy fruit which aomo
whoro on tbo oarlh is picked ovory day tho year
Two ntock brokers In Taris bavo mado a bot, it
ia Haiti, of $100,000, that Uonoral Grant will, or
will not. he Emperor of tho United States within
Thoy havo a queer idea of "prohibition" in Vi
enna. Tho polico recently throatonod n lagor bocr
seller to Uno him boavilv if bo did not iucroaso tho
bizo of his glaasoa.
A Now York company baa purchased ono hun
drod and forty thuuHsnd acres or Und in North
Carolina, and aro ?oing into a wool-growing
speculation on it.
New Orleans papers -complain that tbo city
cometcrics aro omitting noisomo and dolotorions
odors, ami ndviso that thoy should bo frequented
no moto t';an ia r.ecoasary.
On tho occasion of tho visit of the Emporor Na
poleon to Amicna, the DiBhop gavo permis
sion to mako uso ol animal food though It was
Friday. This is cottBidortd a very romarkablo de
parturo from tbo rulo.
Tho Viceroy has bought au immeuBe numbor of
ladle*/ cc?lumn? to go to Egypt. Thoy wero mado
In ?* v,.?. ?un.-. x?1 .Sil?, ?im TH.U
roy's baaulios aro vory accommodating or Fronch
figures will accompany tbo dresses.
Tho oaptain of tho littlo vcasol Red, White and
Blue, which crosBOd tbo Atlantic, last year, has
been figuring rccontly in a Ooiirl of Justico in
Paris, tho cauao being a tniBundorstanding with
M. OlttARi), with whom tho owner bad mado an
agreement to placo tbo vessel on oxbibition.
Tho Cincinnati Vommerr ?/, a Itopnblican paper,
remarks : "Tlio Autiotam poet managed to ring
in an nroplo list of o?icors who participated in that
battle, but by a singular omission ho novor bo
much aa liintod tho name of McClellam, tho gon
oral commanding tho army which won tho hard
Homo Hindoo tbiovos dotoruiinod to rob a train
in MadraB. Thoy accordingly blocked tho trank
with treo tops. Tbc engineer stopped his train, ;
tho thieves swarmed into tho cara, tbo engine woe
rovorBod and run back with all posaiblc apood, and
all tho robbors woro soon lodged in jail, except
tboao who woro killed by jumping from the train.
It in reported from Berlin that Connt Hlsuarce
frill soon resign bis portfolio as Minister for For
eign Altairn, in "order to dovoto himaelf moro ox
olusivoly to bia duties as Cbancolior of tho Lund.
Ho will rot ni n bis soat as President or tho Cabinet.
Herr von Sationt and Herr von Wkbtheb aro
spoken of as bis successors in tho foreign office.
Fomalo clerks, it ia roportod by n foreign cor
respondent of the Now York Knickerbocker, aro
extensively employed in Enropo. Ho says tbc
women do nearly all tho trading in Ireland, and
tlio samo custom prevails in Great Britain and
Franco. Ho praisca thuir geuoral attention and
tbo caro thoy aro always found to exhibit for their
The way thoy sprinkle tho streets in Vienna is
odd and decidedly Blow, An immense hogshead is
mounted on four wbcols, filled with water, and
drawn by a pair of horses. To the rear end of
tho hogshead ia attached n leather hone provided
with a common roso sprinkler. As tho cart moves
slowly hIoiil;, a man walking bohind shnkoa tho
Bprioklor to tho right and left by moans of a cord
atl scheu to it.
At a recent meeting ot tbo California Accadomy
of Natural Sciences, Mr. M vstiiom road a paper on
the Formation or Table Mountain. He maintained
that it was tbo product of an tnronaut cum in c in
oontaot with tbo earth. A littlo half-formed planet,
?oft insido, had fallen down thero and flaltoned
ont, liko on egg falling upon tbo floor. This now
theory oxcited considerable remark and some
- amusomont among those present.
Tho marino Iosjos of American vessels during
Boptombor, by tire, wreck, collision and n.nilnr
diaastcrs, woro 23, of which 2 woro ships, 4 barks,
6 hriga, and 12 achoouers. Tho aggrogato value
of those vcsaola was $831,000. Tbo total losses by
marino disasters, for tho niuo months of 1807 that
havo passed, bavo beon 383 vessels, valued at
$10,270,100, as compared with 389 vcosols, valued
at $19,082,600, during tbo samo period In it year.
The Wnrronton Sentinel says that Major Jons
Scott, of Fnuquior, now in Euiopo, baa just writ
ten, informing his friend bore that tbo Prussian
War Mininter, Count Bismarck, has ordorcd a
government translation of bis lato work, "Parti
san Lifo with MoHby," for Iho purposo of ndopting
In tlio Prussian service tbo system developed by
Colonel Mosny during the late war, regarding it as
entirely original and oflootive. Also that tbo Rus
sian War Minister and bis Royal Ilighnosa, Crown
Prince of Russia, havo written him lottern in high
oommondatlon of Colonel Mosnv's nowly devel
oped system of warfare.
An English lettor-writor, at Berlin, Bketofcel tho
personal nppearanco of tho King of Swodon aa fol
lows: "The King of Sweden is a man of imposing
presence. His Btaturo oven excoeda that of King
William. Hia physiognomy rescmblos rather that
of a Bouthorn Frenchman than that of a native of
Northern Europo. A long, foil black beard sur
ronnds an ovsl faco of handaomo and oxprcssivo
features and dark complexion. Tho eagle nose
and vivacious oye impart to the countenance an
expvesBion fully corresponding to tho head, which
is said to rovolro aspiring and ambitious schomca.
Hia short b&ir is boro and tbero Btroakcd with
Tho Wilmington Journal says: "After all tbo
rain which has fallon during tbo summer it would
seem that our crooks and rivers should not soon
show an msufneionoy of wntor, yot wo boar it com
plained by tho Captains of tho ilvor boats and
others, that tbo water in the Capo Fear at prosanl
is getting vory low. In fact, it ia said that in somo
of tho shallowest places tho boats havo etnick
onco or twioo already. It 1b a vory rare thing,
however, in tbo Fall or Winter season for the
water to get so low as to interrupt the regular
trips of tho boats. In this fact wo have assurance
against their stoppage It is ?trange, though, after
all tho water that has fallen, tho river should thus
early thereafter become, low.
Tho New Orleans Times, ot tho 25th ult., states
that attaches of tho press in that city havo boon
tho victims of diseaso in unusual uumbor at this
distressing time in Now Orleans. Throo mombers
of tbo Picayune corps wcro ill, ono with symptoms
of cholera, and snothor with nomo sort of fovor,
and a third with yellow fover. All three, however
?Messrs. Baook, Dotson nnd Condon?wero re
ported convalescent. Major RonntsoN, of tho Rt
pubiican, was down with yellow fover, bnt with a I
good prospect of rccovory. Ono of tho editors of
the Tribune wan down with tbo aamo disoaso. Mr.
Oatlin, of the Crescent, was roportod slowly but
surely recovering. Six members of tlio Now Or
leans editorial corps in a pretty largo proportion
to bo sick at ono timo.
The proposed cablo from Franco to the United
8tatos is said to bo in a fair way to bo successfully
laid. Tho preliminary soundings, began four
months ago, aro announcod by tho Paris newspa
pers to bo completed, and they stato that tho cablo
will bo laid from Brest to 8t. Piorro Mlquolon, In
Nova Scotia, it having boon ascertained that tbc
bottom ol tbo ocean along that lino is favorable
Prom Bt. Piorro it will go along tho coast of Now
Brunswick, and tho shores of Maino, Now Hamp
shire, Maaaaobuaotts and Connecticut. Tbo im
* mersion of tho cablo, now making in London, is to
bogin noxt M?.y, and the Grcjil Eastern If to bo
employed to lay it. It is hoped that a month will
suffice for tho work, and that in July, 18CB, tele
graphic communication will bo opened.
Mrs. Ltdia CnuoFii, aged ono hundred and two
years, 'died at her residence, about Avo miles from
Wheeling, on Sunday last. The Jicylsler says:
' 'She has lived for ye aro in tho lftrgo stone d welling
Id which sho broalhod her last. Her first husband
was an ardent admiror of Henry Clat, and to her
memory of that lamontod statesman was eroctod
tbo monument which stands on tho National Road,
near the hotiao. In her yonagar days sho waa a
very fashionable lady, and always accompanied bor
husband to Washington City. Sho attended nine
teen sessions of Congress. Her bonao waa quite
a resort for tho honorables, and Hcntit C.-.t,
Dakixl Webstxb, and other departed utatosinon
were often hospitably entertained within its walls.
A large ball room was fitted np in the second story
of iho dwoUing, and le this day a numbor of Mrs.
O.'a old fashioned_ drosses ban? egalnst the walls.
Sho was qnito woalthy, and loaves a large estate to
Jbe hoirs, most of whom art distant relatives."
l-'noM a nEit)iiT of tlio Agricultural Bureau, wo ,
learn t!mt the cotton orop tho current yenr cam pares
vorv uufnvorubly evon with thnt of 1801?. "At tho 1
eluso of our returns," bays tho roport, "Ciourgiu I
promised 10 yiold H pur cent, of her crop or 180C; .
South Carolina, 00; Alabama. 42; Mississippi, 24;
Arkansas, 1H, and Tonnoaoeo 0, whilo Louisiana
aud Texas show a couwi Jcrablo lulling 6\f from last !
year's crop. This remit is attributed by the Bu- i
reau to tho "uppoaraneo of tlio cotton worm." Wo 1
learn otherwisn, however, Ihut. tho true catlBb is i
tho uuwillingnees of tho nogrooi to work. A lot- 1
tcr from n Northern gentlomnn, now on ono of tho
"Boa Inland?,' says : "It only requires a visit to
thoso iulauds It mako a thorough pro-Blavo-y man
of tho rnnkoet abolitionist. Now that picking has
coinuionocd, tho bauds havo to bu watched night
and day, and, with all that can bo dono, thoy will
still steal a great deal. Thoy soil whatever they
steal lu a fow white mou horo who havo o bad in
fluence upon Ihoui, and corrupt them for gain aud
in hopos of Rotting their votos. Tho nogroos
have beon taught to boliovo that tho land Is to bo
givon them, and, if tbe military wero not with
in roach, it in doubtful whether thoy could bo kopt
oven in tho liltlo btibjoclion ill which thoy arc.
Thoy are tho most idle, worthloss, filthy, and Bill
ion sot ol creatures I ever sow. Thoy quarrel all
dny, and when night comes they keep their otcranl
Uddlo going till i\ lato hour, und danco tho doulile
shufilo and the boedowu lo its miiBie. Tliey havo
ruined many Southern planters who havo but lit*
lie capital and ondcavorod to work their planln
tationa on shares. In almost every caso tho no
groos got nhort of provisions from oxtravaganco
and caroloBancsH, and abandoned their crops to
And work for monov olsowhoro. Tho moment
thoy earn enough to feed themselves for a few
dnya they quit nud wander about or lie down and
sloop. Our corn crop, fifty acres, was entirely
lost for want of labor."
Tub Washington coBniBPoNDEST of tho New
York Times, of Octobor 1, kovb : "All tho state
ments herotoforo published regarding the trial of
Jew. Davis have boon mcro surmises, and the
uovommont nas not nut homed tnom, nor nos it
mado public any intimation of what it intends do
ing. It iB soini-ofOcially announced, howevor, that
tho Govornmoul will ask fjr further delay, r.bon
tho trial cornea on in No-, ember nuit, and that tho
counsol Tor tho accusod ^ill then inako a motion
to cutor a noUe pros. Judge Undebwood will of
courso ho present, but it is not yot doflnitoly Bot
tled whether Judge Cnare will preside The mo
tion to quash will bo argued and decided in all pro
bability during tho early part of the form. It'is
due to Atlomoy-Oun. Sianhkhv lo say in this con
nection, that although ho haa boon consulted re
garding the matter, and may have advisod tho
prospectivo dolay, ho cannot bu hold accountable
for tho manner in which tho caHO is conducted.
IIo complied with District Attorney CUANDLER's
^request lor assistance in prosecuting tho trial oy
oiuploying II m. W. M. Kvaurj as as^iatafot oouusol.
Consequently Mr. Cbandleb is nlono roaponsiblo.
Tho Rame correspondent also statos: D?ring a rc
oent interviow with au old Tennessee-, friend, tbo
purport of which has beon rotailod publioly, Mr.
Johnson stated that ho would tako his final ntand
against Congress by rosisting its right, if it as
sumed it, to suspend him during tho progress Of
tho impoachmont trial, if ho was impeached. Ho
many ifa spoil tho throat, but it is probable that
the first opportunity afforded tho President to tako
n stand against Congross on this subjoct will bo to
voto a bill providing for a suspension from offioo of
:.ll public offioors who may havo bocn impeached,
until they havo beon tried, which will undonbtodly
bo introduced and passed oarly In tho sossion.
One of toe editors of tho Now York Evening
Mail has visited Darnum's Museum to witucas tho
gorilla, and thus doscribos what ho saw : "Wo
could sco tho topB of tho bars, though, and it at
onco occurred to us that such small iron rods as
thoy are would bu ultorly insufficient for tho re
st taint of a creature capablo of bonding doublo a
bar of iron 'an inch and three-quarters thick, no
this ono is said to havo dono. Iho first glimpse
wo had of tho animal, however, settled tho gorilla
question, and net tho mind at caso conconiing tho
iron bars. Wo saw before us, hnddlcd low down
in tho cage, ngainst the bars of which its noso was
proB3cd, n very fine epecimon of tho baboon?a
species of simian with which tbo gorilla, uoing an
apo, cannot proporly bo claesod. Tbo baboon in
question appoars to ne ono of tho cynocephan, or
dog-nosud baboons, bearing a strong similarity to
the hamadi-yas?so called?that used to bo exhib
ited with tho Yam Aunuuu collection two or three
years ago, and not vory much dissimilar, excopt in
suporior^iizo, to tho cliocma baboon in tho collec
tion at Central Park. At any rate, tho creature is
a baboon, having a tail, and tho bare spots on tho
posterior peculiar to that species ol quadrumane,
and thereforo it cannot bo a gorilla. Wo do not
I hink that Mr. 11 ah ni u displayed his usual saga
city in announcing this now baboon of his as a
gorilla, though far ho it from us to hint that his
usual mendacity was at fault. Tho humbug is too
glaring a ono to deceive even n publio ho gulliblo
as ours. Put tho thing might havo boon dono
hotter by leaving tho gorilla alono, and introducing
the stranger under some such original designa
tion us tho Anlhropophagus llorridas, or 'Man
et tor from tho mountains of Madagascar.'"
Tue Baltjaioee Sun, In rofeiTing lo tho artillery
puiohased by Oov. Swann, says : "Tho ltadical
journals, instigated by incendiaries iu this Stato,
who aro acoluug, by the propagation of dofama
tory falsehoods, to oxoito popular passion in tho
North against Maryland, so as lo induco Congress
to subvert tbo Blato government, aud put it into
tho hands of a factious minority, who can novor
attain powor lay tho will of tho peoplo, aro ondov
voring to oonvert Hid purchase by Oov. Swann of
a fow oannnn for tbo Maryland militia as startling
ovidenoo of an inleution lo assist President Johnson
in making war upon Congross. Tho simple truth of
the matter is, that the quota for arms coming from
tho F?deral Oovornmont to Maryland was 124,000,
and ilev. Bwann had corresponded with Becrotary
Btanton upon tho subject, in whioh Beorotary
Btanton consented to furnish t,ho State two bat
teries of artillory, of sis gnnn each, a nd tho valuo
being aomowhat abovo tho amount of tho quota,
tho Blnto was to pay tho diffcronco. Qen. Obant.
tho successor of Mr. 8ranton, not having carried
out tho arrangement, the Governor employed a
part of tbo Stato appropriation for carrying out
tho militia bill to purchase a single battery of six
guns. Aro Iho Radicals prepared to accnsoSocrc
Stanton of conspiring with Governor S wann to
assist President Johnson in making war upon
Congress ? This wholo matter, however, of parti
aau'clamor about n fow uniformed militia in Mary
land is too ridioulous to pursuo further.
It is a binotlab circumstance that not all the
pacific assurances of tbo French Qovommenl,
even though they aro accepted and interpreted in
in a pacific way by tho Prussian Government, are
sufficient to allay tho bcliof that k great war is im
pending between Franco and Prussia. Our latest
European advices and files display tins fact In a
very remarkable manner. Some of tbo journals
aro arguing with tbo public ns strongly as thoy
can to produce belief that Napoleon's promises
havo been mado in good faith, and havo been ac
cepted in good faith by King William, or rather
by King BlsmncB; but ovau whilo arguing in (hiu
way thcro scorns to bo an undortono of doubt
whether their position will he justified by tho
events of tho near future It seems, in short,
that this pervading Idoa of a coming struggle is
deep and universal, and not to bo spoorllly remov
ed, oven by dozons of official assurances. It ap
pears beyond question, also, that the French and
Prussian Oovcmmonls uro in roality making war
like preparations of suoh a charaotor, and upon
such a scale, as would bo entirely out of place If they
oxpected tho maintenance of poaco for any great
length of time It looks as though these ominous
and disturbing apprehensions of war conld not bo
removed but by tho outbreak of war Itself; but
whothcr its coming or its close wonld enlarge tho
p respects ol enduring poaco, is as doubtful as
everything olso in the present situation.
Mn. Quin, in a report upon Ute Paris Exhibition
refers to tho Wallaroo Minos in South Australia in
thoso words: "Hero, perhaps for tho first timo in
the history of tho world, there was a population of
some thousands, with all their liorsoe, cattle,
aheop, Ac, drinking aqua dislillata." A corres
pondent of the Chemical News, howovor, informs
Mr. Qum that in tho rainloss rogion of tbe Panifie
coast of South Amorica tho cntlro population of
tho country, between about tho 18th and 291 h par
allels of South latitude, or somo six hundred miles
from South to North, including tho important
towns of Caldora, Cohija, Iquiqne, Pisaga and sev
eral minor ports, have for many years derived
thoir supply nf potable water from tho Paoitlo, dis
tiliod in greater pur t by coal imported from Eng
land, and costing abovo ?3 per ton. Not only la a
population of many thousand inhabitants, princi
pally engaged in Iho minos of this district, as well
os n stiil largor number of boasts of bunion and
other animals, supplied from this source, but oven
tho locomotives ou Iho Copiapo and Caldora rail
way, and somo steam engines for other purposes
aro actually driven with distilled water. For ?
distanco of somo thirty to fifty miles Inland from
tho coae.t, vory tow natural springs aro met vrllh
in this rainless dosort. and when mot with they
aro sold ~m sufficiently firco from saline matter to
Jj ARQ EST. OlROUI.ATION.-2ri<J D.UI.y i
Hzw?rjmt^shes the Official L?t of Let- 1
'era r'(^niainiii,j in the Pbslojj?ce at the end
)f cam iQ&k, agreeably to the folloi?ipg
itctioiVxofvdie fJhi? Postoffice Laio, a* the. ?j
ncwtpjyftfe/L?ving the largest circulation in '
the City oj Charleston:
Hectioh 8. And bMt father enacted. That llst? or
1er? remaining uncalled for Id any Fc-atofflco In any city,
lown or Tillage. wbero a iiewapaper shall bo printed. ,
iliall hereafter l>o published onro only III llio tii<wnpatM>r
which, bnlug published wookly or oflonor, ?ball have Ihn
largest circulation within range of dcllrni-y of the a till
tW Ad communications intended tor publication in
this tournai must be addressed to the Editor of the
Jlaily AVtrs, A'o. 18 ITayne-slrcvt, Charleston, ft ( '.
Jlusmers (\nnmunlcaltons to Publisher of thxi'y
We cannot undertake to return rejected commuait a
Advertisements outs?'e of the city must be accompa
tiled icilh the cash.
SATURDAY MORNTNO. OCTOllER 5, 18C7.
Jod Work.?Wo bave now oompletod our
offioo bo ns to exocuto, in tho ehorlosl possible
tlmo, ALL KINDS' OF JOB WORK, nuii wo
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
MANHOOD SUFFRAOB UBBTItt'CTKIN TO
The world moves hy fixod laws. II i.s impos
sible that these should he chnngod. They are
immutable and have beon ordnined for n wise
purpose. He who would resist these laws, op
poses himself lo nature and merits the reward
of his folly, a perfect failure
One of Ihc laws governing the world, one of
Iho necessary elements of our nature, is llint
man should in Iho first place cling to hi- fami
ly, without this law, society never could be
organized, and man, like Hid brute, would ho
unable to rise above the condition in which he
was originally placed. This would he the onso
even if parontnl affectiou should exist as it
docB wilh.hesstBt long- enough lo fcnnble Ihe
child lo provide for himself.
The next of Iho Rooial lnws is, that uinn must
cling to his home. This is the necossary con
HeqUcnco of the love of family; A man's homo
is the centre of nil of bis associations. There
is to bo found bis family, there eru his friends;
tborc are Iiis' interests. Whatever may bq bis
lot In life, wherever' his destiny may "ho oast,
his thoughts, his sentiments, his affections will
always turn towards that spoti of earth, how
ever humble it may be; however sterile its
soil ; however inhospitable its climate
I The third law is, I hat man will cling lo his
race wborovcr that race may be found. This
has been true einco the beginning, this must
bo truo until tho end of time.
Family, home, race, these arc tho three fust
sympathies of man, Und while the first two arc
the.bonds that unite man with society, tho last
is the great moving cause of cvory difforent
civilization which has impressed itself upon
the world, i i
When two civilizations meet, they will cither
clash as did Ihe Mahommotlan and Christian in
Europe, or Iboy must amalgamate as did the
Crock, Roman and German. Where two races
moot on equal ground, thoro will bo equal am
bition, equal desire for advancement, and equal
efforts lo obtain the ascendancy. From these
causes, there must nrlsn a constant struggle
for supremacy. Both cannot and will not ex
ist togothor. Ono or the other must be des
troyed or Ihc two must amalgamate.
The Hudirul leaders in tho United States
know that this is true, but what do they care
for truth if they can retain power. Those who
mould Iho opinions oftbat party, in spile of nil
of these high sounding phrases and hollow
philanthropy, know, that with oqual suflrago,
one or the other race must be destroyed. They
also know lhat there aro thirty-two millions of
white men in Ulis country, and that liiere are
hut four millions of negroes. They also know
that there can be no amalgamation of races,
aud that Iho hand of Qod has placed upon tho
face of each a widely separating and distinc
tive rnnrk. They know too, that if ever a con
test comes, there will bo eight white mon on
the one side opposed to one negro on the other,
and thai in such a contest the negro would
necessarily perish. What care they, however
for this! The destruction of n race cnunot
lake place in a generation, nnd tbey nre living
in the present and mean lo retain power dur
ing their lives. Their motto is ?lyre.? nom lr
dtluye, nftcr ns let the deluge come.
If the Radical parly had contented itself
with setting tho negros free, and securing to
him civil rights, we could have no cause to
complain. Tbo South readily accepted Ibis ns
a result of the war, and cheerfully yielded to
A slake is played for in ovory game, in the
frame of war ns well ns in nny other. The
North won und the South was ready to pay, and
did pay. While our fields had beon devastated ;
our railroads destroyed ; our homes burned lo
Ihe ground, and our material prosperity
checked, wo did not complain at tbo result.
Labor was not then put in opposition to capi
tal, nor was race plaoed in antagonism with
raco. There could be no clashing of interests
between tho negro and tho white man. We
were nol nBked lo sit in Iho same conveyances ;
to worship side by sido in the sanio churches ;
to mingle in the same schools, and lo strive
with oaoh other for position and power in the
same halls of legislation. The negro had d
soil and climate where he would easily thrive ;
a country in which he was by law protected in
the enjoyment of his life, liberty and proper
ty. Tho while man fearing no antagonism,
dreading no clash, conflict or amalgamation of
race, weuld havo found it lo his interest to
protect Ihe negro, if for no other reason, in
order (o preserve the labor of the country.
When, however, Ihe Radical party rejected
these measures and in shameless defiance of
the Constitution placed military Oovernors
over Ihe Southern States, and at the point of
the sword demanded equal suffrage, tbe whole
question became changed. The negro will be
true to hit race, as the white man will be true
to his. Each will strive for supremacy and
tho losser matter of preserving the present
labor of tbo country will be merged in the
greater ono of preserving the integrity of the
race. If this contest should ever happen, it is
not difficult to forsee the result. The South it
not totally dependent on negro labor. If the
armies of tbo United States preserved their
health when in the South during the war, by
observing cortain hygienic rules, why may not
these rules be applied for the purpose of Intro
ducing white labor on our plantations ? There
are very large portions of tbe oountry where
white labor can be used at the present time
with perfect safely. Factories will bo built,
mining will be pursued, new industries will bo
opened, and possibly old Industries will be
changed. The white man finding tbo negro
becoming bis competitor in political life, may
be forced le abandon the culture of cotton and
rice, and seek for new fields of industry.
Should (bis happen, while labor in tho Soulh
will be thrown into direct conflict with negro
labor. When it becomes or it is concoived to
be a mailer of necessity, race will go with race,
and tbe wbito man will employ white labor,
I while tbe black man will bo forced lo seek for
work from thoto of bit own color. Now it is a
well known fact, that tho average amount of
capacity of the white man is barely sufficient
to give him a mere competency. Any one who
falls below this average, must becoma, a pau
per. * The average amount of capacity of tho
nogro is lest than it that of the while man, and
if ever the competition between tho races
occurs, the negro who fallt below tho white
man's average muet necessarily be a pauper.
Pauperism Is not favorable to tbe production
of the species, and tbe mast of the negroes
under auoh a condition of things, mutt toon bo
lostroyoil. Should th.- ?Uro enhoiiiiy rriir
idcuJr fu tiro m or, H uuty ,llnuik ils Knilioiit hc
IlioeiH, for il in lliry who have fuBlencil un
r^a^ is al pratjeul un iinpropiue.l rnco, llic
MWA, wlitoli Itaillcnl nljini? cnlls "innnhooil
A HMAUT. Al*TIVM**YOUMU MARC, WANT
/V rn tn Ihn Grocery hii.lii,<it?. N. .,1 ai-i-li
vliu bSTo nut been lu the hu.lnn.ii.
WM. M. IHHIWIN A- til..
Ommrr ? I* ts.. im King Mreei
WANTED, A COl.tlllKD IIOV, IIKTWKK.K
llin ski's of VI nml M. !< d* hiiintowiirk. Apply ?I
Mo. CI WENTWOHTH HTRKKT, nml lu Mllllsry Hull
October 6 |.
HOUSE AMI iM?lif?CN WA.VI'KD...t?ik
. advnrUiiur wlalic, h.ta iiiiiall HOUSE, ?Ith
'BW ieltM Uf I in.1 Ir I. In till- Immediate li, Mil.,
jwkI or Ulisrlti.tuu. Adiln-i., with imrlli iilsii-, I*. II.
IACQUES, Uol Air, ll.-oigle
uut'ibor 5 I
Hilt St". W ,\ Nil l>. \ I Jill in. ?0.1IIOUT.
. ABLK HOUSE, si a t.li i. ut. Apply I..
IIKU, IV. CLAIM A I'll.,
Cornur Ks.I Hai mid fuiiiheiiauil .Irrel*
October 3 ii
(.IITUATION WAMiCII..- WANT ICI?, IIV IX
0 luarrlrd man, mi alcn.ljr Inbil?. n .Kualloii In nur
nwpt-clabtu busiuea*. Will malm htm.i.lf umiul In ni
moat any capacity. AddniM "II. I'.," at Ibl. ..Ith o.
j\. in in 'v b wan 'i' writ mm ? it
THE LIFE AN ft VAU l'A WAV ??/
G?NERAI' ROH HI IT H. |,RR,
BT JAMES D. MrtlAHR, .lu . or Virginia.
Aiitbnr of "l.lfi'uf Hon. 'MliiiK.trnir .lni-k.?ii." "Llle <>l
ItssW Albert Sydney Jiihii.i.n..Iii Ahl ils Camp." A
Send fur Circular* anil .un In ma, ami >i lull
m rlplion of Uir work. Addnaa NATIONAL t'UllLI'HI
1 Nil COMPANY, Atlanta, tin. Imn< Hepleml.. i
rpo RENT. IIOIINIC AMI Kl um; Ml. 77
1 ANHON STHI'.KT, near l allt.i. A ,.I c
aud well of water allachcd. Applv at TltlH OKFH
Ootober 0 I
\0 HUNT, COM I'UI II T'A It I. I<S IIOO. h ITH
use of KU.in n. lu a private family.
TO uk NT. S I oki \NI> ihhikic, KO.
ARCH HALE STREET, Eaal aldu. uppotltu lO Weal
atceeL Apply to WM. UYK.NE, corner ot Um? aud'Jobu
elroels. Oclubcr 3
J)ICKED CP, AT THE HAU, OMO KltfAl.Ii
FLAT, wbloli the owner cnu have by proving proi>
erty and paying expeuse*. Apply ut tbo POINT HOUSK,
HulUrsu'a Islsnd. ,1. HKWET.
October 4 S?
1/UIR SALE, 1 FINE LARGE MULE, 1 SAD- I
? DI.K AND DRAFT B?RSE, would Bult well for 1
STENHOUSE & CO.
itAVi REMOVED TO Tin. SPACIOUS
Nos. 108, 110 nutl 112 EAST RAY,
Corner Accommodation U'luu r,
TXTHEBE THEY WOULD INVITE THEIR CITY AND
TT Country Friends to call and examine tbelr large
sod well selected stock of FLOUR.
0OXST8TIH0 IN PART OF:
800 bbls. FLOOR, I n,.? ?.,?
7*0 sacks Flour. ! 0ftU Bnit'L
Prices ranging from IT to $13 50 pur barrel.
ALSO. OH OONSIONIIZKT,
90 bids. Il a con" SHOULDERS
60 bbls. sud tes. Molssscs
10 bhds. Sugar
60 bbls. Sugar.
For aalc luw by STENHODSE A- CO.,
October* Nos. loa, 110 snd 112 East Hay.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE ex IS I I.SO
undsr the nsmo and stylo or CATHCART, Mi MIL
LaN A MORTON, is tutu day dissolved by mutual cou
sent, Mr. Q. R. 0ATHCART having rotlred from tho
same. All porsoos Indebted to the late firm will mako
Immediate payment lo J. W. McMillan, on behalf of
tho ondcrslgnod, who will couUnuo..io business uudcr
tho name and style of MCMILLAN k MORTON,
AU claim, against thu late firm mnat be preaanletl at
the Office of Ibe CnanLCSTON Daily News lor payment.
JAS. W. MCMILLAN.
October 1,1807._Oclobur \
HAV?NO CLOSED UP MY RAILWAY SUPPLY
UUBISES.i. I bsvo tbla day funned a t'opnrtner
eUip with Mr. DANIEL ItAVKMltl?. Jr., lor tLO Hi,-,,
tlon or an INSURANCE, UHOKEUAOE, ANUOENERAI.
COMMISSION DUSINESS. W? wUl cunliuuu the ageiu-y
of ENGINES and MACHINERY In gunoral.
C. E. Ul'OER.
THE 1 Mit.iiMi.Mii
HAVE THIS day ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES
togeUior under tint name of UUUER A H.lVE
n el. ? INSURANCE AO I NTS. UROKERS, AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
C. K. I1UOER.
DANIEL RAY EN EL, Jr.
October I, 1867. tuthsj October 1
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
batweou the undersigned. In thu PLAINING MILL
and LUMBER biisiuoaa. under Ihn firm of lis a Eon k
MALLONEE, has been Tbla Day dissolved, by mutual
conaeuL JOHN C. MALLONEE alone I. aiithorllevl In
arlUe tho sflaira of the bald roiwrttierahlp.
D. C. EBAUGH.
JOHN 0. MALLONEE,
CuanLESTON, Si-ptembi-r il, 1.SG7.
September 9 lino
f I ill i UNUERSIDNW U.WTNG POROUASRII all
X Mr. EBAIIon's lutorent iu theab.avo Cotarluership.
wUl continue on Ida own account tbo buaiueas, hereto
lorn conducto-l by Ibe lato tlnn, ut EBAUGH A- mal
LONEE. at the samo placo, HORLBECES WHARF, near
tho Norlhcaatrru Railroad.
JOHN C. MALLONEE.
CnanLESTOS, September d, lf>07.
September U loll)
I l.l.l.AM HOU.11S, WITH llll \ltll, CAN
Jlf bo had at the "KING MANSION," corner Meeting
snd Georgs strbols, with Bath and Dressing Rooms at
A moat dcalrablo OFFICE TO RENT, with or without
room a above, lately vacated by a physician, ailustcd on
Meeting street. Application at ABOVE RESIDENCE.
Ootobsr 3 tha?
QHlVATK HOARDING CAN HE OTJTAIN
X ED AT' No. 18 EAST DAY, near the battery.
October 1 lulha
BO Ml I) IN t. M NU. 1. la GKNTLE3IKM AMD
FamiUos can be accommodated with BOARD, rooms
fumlabed or nnfuml.hod, on reaaooablc snd accomtuu
lUUng u-rm., by applying at No. I'll QUEEN STREET.
TYUARD?IIO.?THltElC 1'L.ICASANT lloonts
X> with good BOARD can bo had on Immediate appll
caUni, to No. ?I CHURC1B KT BEBT, weal aide, near
Tradtl street. Terms reoKCuable. June 1
I.EXCELLENT BOARD, AT VUKV LOW
2j rates, to the must ecu irai buslueaa part uf the city,
wltbnut lodging. In s prlvstn lmuse, can now be had.
For particulars addreaa "X. L." PoMofllcc. May 15
STORAGE, THE MOST' ? I N l it vi. AND
convenient In the city, st very reason able prices,
for COTTON, BICE, SALT, FERTILIZERS, Ac. Ac. In
surance, when desired, as low as any lu tho city. Apply
lo OEO. W. CLARK A CO.,
Corner Eaat Bay and Cumberland street*.
S. SW AND ALE,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVTL.LE, S, C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. EBRD.Of New Orhian?.
W. F. C0RKBRY.Of Upottswood Hotol, lUcbinond.
Telegraph and Railroad OIBcoa In Rotunda of Hotel.
1 une 17 _ 6mo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. 'Al, Isa, M.1 AND ?7
Broadway, N. Y., opposite Bowling Green?( n lbs
Europeso Plsn.?THE STEVENS HOUSE Is well snd
widely known lo tbo travelling public. Tho location Is es
pecially sultsblo to morcbsnln snd business mon; It Is In
close proximity to lbs business part of the city?Is on
tho highway of Southern and Western travel?snd adja
cent to all the principal Railroad and steamboat depots.
Tho STEVANS HOUSE has liberal srcommodailnr. for
over 300 guests?it hi well furnlsbod, and posscracs nrcry
modern Improvement for tho comfort and euterlalument
of Its Inmates. The rooms aro spacious and well vcuti
Utod?provided with gaa and water?tho altendanco la
prompt and respectful?snd Iho Ubln Is generously pro
vided with every dell nicy of tho season st indurate rates.
The room a having beou rofiirniahcd and remodeled, we
aro end il lo offer extra lacllillcs fot tho condor; and
pleaeur?. ?f our guests. GEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May 38 (Inio Proprietors.
'by HAVE THAT MOST DISTRESSING DIREASK
dyspepsia, whtu Dr. 0.0. GARRISON warrants
Prlcotl.05 per bolus.
For aale, wbolosalo and retail, at my ilore, No. 311
South Eighth street, PhlladslphU, snd by _
mi WIK Ai MOIKE.
_ SOUTHERN DRUO HOUSE,
Na 161 MeoUng atreat, opposlto Chsrlcstou Hotel.
September 23 inthsfi
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS BEHOVED Hia OFFICE FROM CUALMKBH
street to No. 77 OHERcn STREET, eosr SI.
Mlcha.l i Alloy. Anmutt M
LillAHtiKlU'OK' rii'lKillAI'IIK AI. NOCI
IMiE rkoulaii mcntim.y MKBT1NO will UK
held TUi fc'TCitbM.al liiollrUof the socloty. at 1
S. l>. IIUTSON.
I S< .-rrtory.
AI.KIIT II AHM IIA I.I. ri.t'H.
riVIK RKOUl.Mt MONTHLY MF.ETINO WILL RK
I held nil Kn-muy. nt Victoria Ilot. I, King nlriict, >t
Inilli.ni.l t iiVI.ii ?. A punctual attendance la nipieslcd
< h l.'.h.r ri I
Illllll si T lot 11. OK t IIAIll.l-sTO.N.
mi: F.XRIICIHEH or THIS INSTITUTION WH.I.
bi i. .ini... I mi MoNUAY. '.'Hi OliuUir.
W. lt. KINOMAN. Principal,
thi. Ilm ; :<
MUH. WtlTi'tW'H HICrlllNAIl V.
CORNKII or AlliilliAl.l A Nil MAOAZINl STREETS.
CODIES WIM. RK RESUMED OCTOBER im*,
r.i.gllr.h Department.Ilm WOTION.
MAIkAMK VII "I'Olt I'K'I'rr'H IMIKWL'II AMI
KNIII.IHII IHIAIIIHNII A Nil DAY SCHOOL
foh voir/tu i.aiuku,
NO. 7!? II It OA I) HT It K K T.
'i'm KX Kilt UHR!! or illlS SCHOOL WILL RK rk
I MIMED mi Turtilntl, Ihn Unit .'( October.
|'r,.|,...,,,? I,, it. ulltlll'.H and I'. A. PORCHER ?III
Minne Hull legnl.i ruiirara nl lii.lrnriliui hi iho
ll. |i.?.|; ami lor "i it btsjicb"-* Ihf he?t I. teller* tut
Ii..im..i..ii. Ihi.p nl.... l.i'. h h.cured.
Hi.|.l.. lihi'l 71 fclllWi
nillH. .lOMN I.AI 'It NN Ha
IHiMUHNO ANII UAV SCHOOL l-'oii VOUNO LUHES
lllll.L HI'RHMf! IIS EXERCISES OCTOBER i HT,
\\ horn Kit WKN'I'WORTII ANHHMITII KTKKRTH.
Ik. .?Ulli.. ! .In.II.m la thorough ami complete. Ttui
li|.||. ti |i?p*rluieiil will hi- r..iiiliirl..1 by a mwtHil
i'li'inli i*-niiirr. an.i lhi< young In.Hi1, will In* r.-.j.11 r-.I i .
apnab l-inmii, I'nr term*, Hr., apply anatiwve),
Ilepl. inln r in lliatll
miHH .10 I.I A V. IIOACII
ri'ARKH i.r.Avr. i't? announce, to her ithends I
1 niul |.alnuiH. Hint Hu< rierrl?e* of her H.iun.1 will
l,<> rtnuiiied on A7mir/tig. October Tlh. at her rcfthlem-..
No. ri HurMjr altiH't. Roy* mnler It yearn will tin re
Turin*?EiihIIhIi (higher I.rim.in nl. $111 per .plarl. r;
Primary liintriiiilou, ?ii per .pisrtnr; Frumii taught alau.
Reference-W. nil Siinni*, I.I,. I)., R, T. Wink
lor, II. D.: Hon. N. Kun.il Ml,I.II..Ion. Hav. L. Cull.In.rt.
nillS JOHN A. ill.i ,it
WILL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL I
un TUESDAl, October tat, at hei Rcsl.luuce, Mary
alreet, opposite Elizabeth.
I MUSIO ANII FHFciCIl laugbl when .Icslreil.
i'CHLIC SCHOOLS?CITY or t II \ Itl.l ,s_
THE EXERCISES OF THESE SCHOOLS WILL UE
reaumiHl on Alimdau, lliu 7Ui October.
The State Normal School having been discontinued,
I FREE SCHOOL FOR (URLS will he upcni-d in thai
biilhllng. ami the Olrl'a Orammar Department of thr St. ;
rblllp Street School transferred to that School. Iu nil- I
illiiou lo the regular euurae of iuMrurtiou afforded tu [
the Public Srhoola. It la the Intention ?i Ihr J'oari to or
ganise at Ihin School ouo or moro advanced rlaaacs for I
the bonetlt o( young ladies who mar dcalro to prepare
tliem-c). i h for learhlng. In Uio SL Philip Street Srhoot.
in place of the Girl's Orammar Department, removed to
the Normal School, u Hoy's Orammsr Department wlU ba
Application* for admtaalon to either of Iho School* can
bo mado dally at tho respective School Houses, between
Hic houni of!) and 10 A. 1?L, on snd slier the dslc sbovu
mentioned, until further nntlre.
By order of the Board. E. MONTAQUE QR1MKE,
Secretary Comniin.ioner? Frtie Srhoola.
Soplcmbci -r.i . ml 10
NEW TAILORING GOODS.
THi: SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO INFORM H isp A I
RONS snd the publie ganorally, thai ho has Just re
turned from the North wlui a good supply of CloMis.
Casahnerca, and VoiUuga, foreign and domestic, and
also, sn assortment of Oontlcmrn's Furnishing Good*.
NO. GO ANSON STREET,
THREE DOORS NORTH OF HASEL STREET.
Koptcmbcr 21 10
boots and shoes.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
THE SUBSCRIUEHS MOST RESPECTFULLY IN
VITES nu,-nil ii to their large, varied atnek ur I
P. iu i s ANII MUOES. nu.l are offered tn the public al Ibu
Inwi-*| pi l. i ..
I). O'NElli & SON.
No. 375 KINO STREET. ABOVE HEOROE STREET.
Auguat 111 Kltith'.'mo
fancy goods, toys, etc.
SANTA MW IlELDUli 1RTKRS.
PARIS FANCY (J00RS,
CON FE( /TIQN ERY, &'o.
flMIF. UNDEHKIONED BEOS TO INVITE HIS
L friend* mid tbn publie generally to Inspect hi.
bcaiilllul aloek of Faucy tloods, Toya, Av., now upeuing
at hi* Ba/aar, No. -JIM King ?itv,-i
A mure In-nuliftil snd romplcto assortment has never
beeu exhlbiUxl lu this clly, and oa aoelng 1* believing, a
cordial '.iiviution in extendnl to all to bn ronvlnceil.
To Inn city trade and raerrhauts Imm Ilm rnuutry now |
huj ini' iu Ibis market. I am preparv.l lo aelt goods lower I
than anv utluir IiniiM. ill Hie it..
P. yon SAN TEN,
No. tloil King Street, a doers helow Weuworth.
September 21 Into
TkOOMS AT HIS lirriDENCF, NOirnrWEST COR
XV. NER of Meeting sud Society Streets.
Juno 10 wsthuo
QUINBY & CO.
EEOPEN THEIR PHOTOORAPH tIAJ.LERV TO
DAY, with ?II the LATEST NOVELTIES AND IM
PROVEMENTS OF THE ART.
NO. 2CI KINO STREET.
October 3 Oppoulto Ha.-, :.
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CHARLESTON, H. C
September 11 slulblmo
WILLIAM II. GRULAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Anctioneers
OFFICE NO. ill UAYNE c-TBEET.
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SHIPPING AGEN T S.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
Hill I'M EN r |to Forolgn sudDome.lir Port.i oi
COTTON. RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC Wl! MCP, Chorletton. 9. C.
E. WILLIS.A. II. ?BI.SOIJI
TUE SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION BtlRINEHS
will for the present he. carried on as uaual by uhu
undersigned at No. 48 East Bay, over Ihu store formerly
orcuplrd by CRAIO, TUOUEY A CO.
All person* having Individual claims mnal proBont tho
s mo, and thoao ludobled ind.vlduslly will inako pay.
im into JOHN TUOMKY.
COMMISSION AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN SKGARS,
Leul'und M mm fnc tu mi Tolinmi,
No. HI KXftl i'.iii: PLAOIC,
tWr A flue asM>rtmeul of Connecticut, Havaua and
Vara Lear Tobacco always on bond.
September 10 Into
COIlNF.ItBIIOADWAY ANIII7TII NT H U KT,
flMIK UNDFBSKINED WILL HE PLEASED TO SEE
X his Southern friends. The oholceal HAVANA SF
OABS. of all Iho lesdlng brands, wilh s gen.ral aaurt
ment of Smokers' Article? always ou baud.
Juus I D. OrrOLENODI, Agent.
DRY 0 0 008, ETC.. I
?MI'OltTED ANl> ROMESTIC | l
TUST OPENED AND DAILY RECEIVING A SPLKN
nil) KTOCR <)K (l(ff)l)s FOll KAM. AND WINTER
rHADK. at ? li' ],-.., anil retail, lor rash, hi u small ail
mice ?! Northern nmtf. The stock compris* h ovary
itlliiii udaptcd for Hit- season, ami purchaser* will do
veil to < nil Kaon, as bnrf?itna ?III i.<. ottered, al
So. 306 KINO STUFFT,
UETWKE.N WEN 1 WOH1 II AND SOCIETY.
NO. 252 KINO STREET,
JAMES B. BETTS,
OF TIIK LATE. FIRM OK
HOHE KT ARGER & CO.,
PORRICK AM) ?0MKST1C DRY liOODS,
WOULD CALL TflE ATTENTION OK CASH 1IUV
EILS tu Uta alock of FAI L AND wini i'.k OOODS,
lit which additions are tuado woekl.'.
Mil. IIKTTH will Holl uniformly at III* lowest market
i.riri t. Chsngoa in too vsluo ut tloodH will be promptly
nu I; tbe publie may rely on having this pledge fully
arrln I out In oTery doiortiucut of IiIh business.
Mit. K. L. KKHHISON. ao loug eouueeted with tbe
Dry tlocsls IlimloeH-, of Charleston, Is eugage.l witb Mr.
Hi ri s lu conducting bi* businr.w.
JletuU-r I hull,ft
DRV MODS! DRY (iOOUS!
DRY GOODS I
TUE SUDSOHIUKIt. JOSEPH lit AN K, AT No. 315
KINO STREET, VlclnrU Hange, would respucttallv
Invite the allentlon of the citizens of Charleston, Ilm
ladlrn especially, ami visitor a from the country, to his ex
tensive purchases. He hss JubI returned from tho North,
lisviiig .elected a complete slock of I'OUKION AND
POMBrriO POT OOODS, embrscing everything fourni
In a first-clssR Dry Uooda I loupe, both as regards qushty
snd prlrus, His stock consists in jart ol the following
FINK rBEMOH AND F.NOLISH POPLINS
FINE FRENCH AND KNOL1SH UKHIKON
ALL WOOL DKLAINES
PAL. DE CHENS
MOHAIRS, ALL COLORS
BLACE AND COLORED ALPACA
AND COLORED SILKS
LADIES' FURNLSIIINU UOODS
A fnU assortment of ovary description.
0-4, KM. 11-4 and 12-4 BROWN AND BLEACHED
A largo and select assortment nl HANDKERCHIEFS,
.from 1'.' -, ceuts up to ST.
FINE F.NOLISH BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERI'S and
SATINE1S, of all colors sud qualities
10, 11 and EM ALL WOOL BED BLANKETS
A full atock of WHITE, RED, PLAIN AND PLAID OPE
AIT CLOAK. ntlOH
Is complete, and consists of a beautiful stock of FINE
CLOTH AND SILK CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
A Quo sssorlmcnt of Lsdloa' Trimmings, Handler,
cbiofe. Collars, Yankee Notions, Perfumery, Soaps, Ac.
A csll Is solicited, and I will take pleasure to show my
goods, io come before purchasing eliowbcre.
No. 215 KING STREET,
September 21_luthsI um
FALL AND WINTER
' pu i: ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS SPECIALLY
JL Invited lu our Fall and Winter sloe t ol
FOREIGN ANI? DOMKKTIC
which Is tlow complete iu every department. lu
WtMM.I.KVS AND ttl.,V.\KKTS,
adapted to Planters' use, wu bave a laTtf? slock, to which
wu m ? ne special attontiuu.
MARSHALL, It URGE ?. ?OWEN,
No. ti l MKKTINU RTliUKT.
September 7 'Im?
WWW & MriRllfflER,
Corner of Hroutl and Church streets,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR
friends and tho pubh that we bave recently fitted
up our establishment, ncd hsvo oow couucclcd with tbn
IB .A. IR,,
Ulli Ml THE ?BST LlttHOItS MAY
A NUMBER ONE RESTAURANT,
ON THE OLD FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE STYLE.
Where every thing In Season In funilxbed ou res.juatile
Orders for MEALS will bo promptly attended to.
MILL POND AND PLANTED OYSTERS always on
baud, aud will lie shipped tosny part of Hie Slate, In csus
or In bam-la, at low prices.
HARN & S HERHAMMER.
September 17 _ tulhs-lnioa
WINES, . LIQUORS,
No. 138 Meeting street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH
MENT, and have now connected with the BAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, an old and iiflbular Caterer ol
this city, bss been engaged as Steward, and he will de
vote his tlmo to this business, and the entire routine o
tho Culinary Department will be under hit Immediate
Every delicacy that can l.c obtained either iu this mar
ket or abroad will bo Berum], and the Tabloa be supplied
With the Aral of the season.
UAS BFEN RESTOCKED WITH
Liquors of every variety,
AND rnK CUSTOMERS OK THE ESTABLISHMENT
will Im served by altontlve sud rsroful wsllers.
Orders fer MEALS, both Dinners and Suppers, will
lueol with prompt attention, sud im prejiared by evpert
eneed cook*, 'tho
On tho second floor, It supplied with
Uf the best maks, aud has every convenience tor the com
fort of visitors, _Pepleuiber 11
J. M. BRMWRT & SON.
NO. 20 BROAD STREET
CIIAIILEBTON, s. O.
si. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
rim sali:, mittirr impohta
\C\t~\ SK?MBR CASUS POUT AM? SHERRY
IA *\ t ? ?NU. ?il iHtcait IttilMntattun, avw lu rim..i
Men Uoudtd Wai?<lHM?v, ?>!! .11 .1 ntiy low
ru., by 11?, mi* ?1 duzoit.
(...i l,.,?. , .,1 I.Wil.l.iT.Utl.l
Oil boxes ol Murt>-1 Hi - Oil.
Apply lo CLIFFORD A* MATHKWls.
October B nlulli'i No. Ml llrt'iul t-lrcel.
( iikap 11 a v ! (???K?T* hay ?T
?II KAI' HAY ii i
petroleum ! petroleum !
.)( \ HvltKKI.s REFINED M I'ROLFi M, LAKDIXU
v " ox sttaaturt ".VMIaucat."
1 mi. 1 . Klbl.CV a> CUhlllHlON.
October ii s
moss ! moss ! !
rpili: iiiuhkkt MARKET PRICE WILL BE FvID
L lor good III \ck Mo>S. i'l icca Av., uiadti kuoivu
INI apph. ..Iii... :,. k. DAVID.
No. 77 Maikut Strcol.
South M.i,., S. uily Op|k.?ilc Murket Hall.
September 23 maliuo
(JI nny cl0t1l "
riMir. rest anh heaviest in 1 nr. orri ih 10 UK
1 foiiu.l nl IIKll, \v. ?hAHK a IIO.'S
rteplembcr M No. 11W Fan! nay.
WKISKEYS, winks ?V IjI^UORS,
1 Aaf? OBI? w hiskeys, of DIFFERENT grades.
IUU .,.i.iiiii... and pn. 1?
wiraam duuf Win.,
Inn cusi-H Krlali ilani s.hnipp-.
I0Q caik? Braualy. Ilia, Jamaica Kuan. W. ('mix Hum,
Ne* liidmul HUM,Sherry Win.-, hart Win.., M-. I. 11 .
\\ in.'. A. .. A.-.
liKhi iki/.nt ..i tin. above in raw*. For laaki by
r-cphtiihei 17 UKtX ?7. CLARK k ?H
salt, syh????, \v.
1 "xa'A?'a sa, ks *".t POU HALF, IN lots TO
LtJv Fx F hiiiI iiiiivbawr*, ui les, llian market rate*.
Mm IIIm.1 (llllitMi.uct.
Um barn-Is Syrup
I1MI lijlTfl* Mli;ar.
na?! keg* Nelb>.
r>00 Iiskm Shot,
hmu bocra liming.
UH? l.i.i, . Starch.
luoo liotra Sulp.
ha? boxe* 1..I1U1:... ,vr, .v.1.
For aale, liv OKO. W. CLARK a CO.
?l' N N y c lot h ! g u nn y cloth !
1 (\fi WAlaW (IIINNY CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
JLVJU liai Holl-, 1 linn,. Ootll, Kili? Heavy.
Ju?t recHved. For ?ah: low ami In Ma 10 mit, by
September la _oiio. w. ci,.\nK a ho.
1 AH coils Manilla hove,
L\J\J 100 Coll, IIi'iup Hopu.
110(1 (Toils Julo llano,
Just received anil lor xalo cheap fur rash, by
HcpteniberJC_ (ILO. W. CLARK A CO.
bread ! bread 1 BIIEaIm" "
1 AA/li BOKES A It MV DREAD.
jlvjvu For sale by oko. W. CLARK k co.
-I (\ BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
AU BHATED ALE. by
01:0. W. plahk A- co.
I '7sOi roixb?aboot SIXTY YARDS EACn.
L I \J For sale si
MEETING STREET ICE HOOSf.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer FJ. CLUCUS,
No. 67 Mm atrcet. New York.
September 'It Arno
G?NN Y CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH i
1 A f\ BALES OUN.VY CLOTH
1-1-1 7 ?0 bsles Extra Heavy CloUi, weiRbiUfr tM or..
60 bales Extra Heavy Clotb, wotsjUiDg 12.111 0.-..
AU bales Extra II, aw Clotb, weighing 2.30 oz.
CM rolls i xtra Heavy Clotb, weighing 2.20 oz.
25 rolls Extra Heavy Bengal Bailing, 45 lack.
2D colls Ruastan Hemp Bale. Ropo.
For sale st lowest insrkot prices lo lots to suit pur
chasers by ISAAC E. DERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland atrect.
September 24 tutba?
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY!
(iscorpobateo NOVEMBfH 1, 1SGC.)
W I N ? S ,
tauoaa me. VINEYARDS OF
Snnoiiiu, Los Augolos mid Napu
W. H. Gif A FEE, Agent.
NO. 2U7 FAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
HOCK, HHEIIRY, SWEET ANOELICA, MUSCATEL.
Port. WIuh lllttera, Ctarel, Souomn Brandy, Caliroruia
Catawbs, Sonoma fbanipaguu (lu quarts), Sonoma Cham
pagne (iu pint*. 21 in a case)?lu wood aud glass.
April lid _tulbsCroua
.1. U. HARVblV. WM. I*. IIAHVKY.
.1. (i. HARVEY k CO.,
0 U M M I S S I U N M r. IICHANTU,
DKALEHS IN BACON. FORK. I.AHO. CORN, Ao..
No. 7G Exchange Place.
Il A I. T I H O H E , ill D .
HAVING CONSTANTLY ON HAM) A MUFEHIOR
quality oi SIDES, SHOULDERS, Hanl, Strip?,
Lard (In Ueccas, ImrrclH aud kegil, Fork, A.-., ice we
would rnrpcctfuHy solicit orders irom Southern Mer
chanU. .1. U. UARVEY k CO.
Septcmb-r J? _liuo*
~Ti4()iMAS U. AUPaj?W,
itiponTi-H an'o ncaLi'ii m
Kl ne to'ocorlea, i'laoleo '1'cna, kite. Klo,
NOS. 9?t? aud??'.! aRRBNWI(iiI>ST,, COR. OF MUR IIA Y
FIRE ?ND ?LL?DxE
RWKS TA1LEN on
j IIOIIBK?, lilTT?N, rice, FUKRilTUHK,
lIKin H wdisk, &c, AT TARIFF
ItATFS, IN? TUE FOIXOWIN'O
ItRLIAHl.K COM MAMIES.
MERCHANT'S AND MECCASI0 S FIRE INSURANCE
PANY. al Baltiiiiore.
Marylauil Fire la?uiatiCO (!0IU|iauy, ol Ualtluuore.
Howard Fire Iiuurnn.u Coanpa?ay.of Hainmore.
National Firo laanrauru i'..ini>aiiy, of Haitimor?,
Associate! FlrvBieii's Fire limiiraii.'o t'otnpauy, of Balu
Standard Fire lunirau.'e t'ouipany, of New York.
Yonkcrsuud Nr? York Fire ItururaiKM Coui|<any, ofKew
MARINE lll>K> taken AT HEASOSABLF. RATES
In the ori.-mai Mutiul Ins?rasweCompany oi New York.
Apply I j
HUGE h a RA VENE L, Agonts,
CORNER EAST HAY AND EXCHANGE STREET.
October 1 tuthaa
life ' raiuMK mmx
S K W V 4> It K
A. A. LOW.
OLIVER U. GORDON.
8. D. CU1TTENDEN.
PETER C. CORNELU
Mon. WM. KELLY.
WM. B. TI3DALE.
OIL. L. BEEOKMAN.
JOS. A. SPRAGIIE.
HUFUS It. GRAVES.
ALEX. V. BLAKE.
.1 AMF.-i S. NOYEH.
WM. C. FOWLER.
SAM'L B. CALDWELL.
N. S. BENTLEY.
WM. P. PRENTICE.
J. H. FROTH IN OHA M.
Hon. S. TABER.
I. U. FROTH I NO H All.
OKO. L. "vvii.la.hu
U. E PIERREPJNT.
GEO. F. THUMAE.
TH08. T. BUCKLEY.
HENRY A. SWIFT.
JAS. D. Pit ENTICE.
GEO. L. NICHOLS.
J. W. FROTHINOHAM.
WM, C. SHELDON.
OLIVER 3. CARTER.
LEWIS D. LODER.
J. T. B. MAXWELL.
EZR\ P. PRENTICE.
owe 1rs :
GEORGE L. WILLARD, PrealJent.
u. II, GORDON. Vice Preatdcot.
C. ?v. PLYER, Secretary and Actuary.
THE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS INSTITU
TION are very Uberal and attractive to those who wlab.
to Inanse tholr lives In a FIRST CL\BS COMPANY. Its
builness Is very large and rapidly increasing, All the
various kinds of pollolea aro inaured on aa favorable
terms aa are oQcred in any other good Company tu tbd
conntrv. DIVIDENDS iocrraae with tbo ago of the
Policy. Non participating- rates am lower than tbote of
any Company In the world. Ixiaxe paid iu thirty days
aRer dnonotlco and proof of death. Liberal arrange
ments made in regard to travel. Ono-thlrd of lbs amount
ut premium will be loaned tbo policy-bolder tf deal red.
J. ALFRED CAY, General Agent,
Omen In roar ol Flmoro Inauranou.
Jnly P.) alultrtoio law Range, Broad street.
6SNBRAL IKTBLLieSNGB PCB, '
NO. 6 STATE STREET
OHARLEBTON, S. C.
LABOR. PROCURED AND LABOR FOUND
Applications to bo made at the Qeueral Claim Office to
H. V. 8T0NH0U8E,
WILLIAM BROOK BANKS,
STEAM OAS FITTER AND I'l.UMUKll,
?JLA1N AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIX TURFA QAfl
L FITTING AHD PLUMBING l*R03UTLl AT.
ENDEL' TO. MO. 116 RING STREET.
Aug oat 31 Be twee n Broad ann Queen a tract a,