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If E W ti a V M MAM r.
-Gold WM excited and closed at 37.
-Ia New York cotton was firm, closing at 35.
-Cotton closed io Liverpool on Saturday at
13|d.alSJd. for uplands.
-Diamonds are found, in the Rocky Moun?
--Florida expects more winter visitors than
-A Kansas City hotel waiter has fallen heir
to $75,090, and thinks patient waiting no loss.
-Marriayo of first cousins will be illegal in
New Hampshire on Christmas and thereafter.
-A Berlin dancing master has been arrested
lor teaching twenty of his lvly pupils a faux
: - Advices Crom Peru state that there ia but
little news to report, only several " small
earthquakes." Ik ts added that the Peruvian
government has raised the price of guano to
SIS per ton, and recognized tbe independence
-The Roman Catholic Bishops of Ireland
have resolved to demand an exclusive Catholic
College endowment by tbe State; ?vision of
property of the royal and endowed schools;
alteration of Queens colleges to denomination
. al institutions, and a general land bill for Ire?
?,-Financial reforms ara being prepared y
the French government, which will produce a
surplus of sixty million francs, twenty millions
of which will be applied to the increase of the
smaller salaries of government employees ; the
balance to the redaction of certain duties and
-It is said by an old trapper in the Rocky
Mountains that the winds are milder and
damper than formerly. It seems, too, that
the fal! of rain is more frequent and oopiooa
in Utah and other parts of the far-West than
formerly, and the rivers have increased in
-Thekangaroo skip isa new thing with
young ladies at Newport, i hey lap the hands,
keep the ans a close to the aides, and go skip?
ping sad jumping, hopping and. bouncing,
ver> mach like the kangaroo. The motion
must be as graceful as the dignified strut of a
lame Shanghai chicken io the weMpass.
.?. -r-?t )a said that one reason why European
? stagers demur so strongly to visiting this
'country if "the dread of sea-sickneaa and the
lc? ot their voices.' Tuoy^have m rrind the
wretched aoco?nrod?a^?ns and tempestuous
waters ol the English Channel, which are s
dread lo all who mast pass between England
-Tbs proposition of Minister Sickles to se?
cure the separation of Cuba from Spain by pro?
viding far the abolition of slavery in tba island,
and tho payment, by tba Cabana, for the pub
bo buildings and fortifications, while it is not
rejected by Spain,'-is, according to private let?
ter, subjected to serious obstacles which are in
the way of accommodation.
-A small engagement, resulting in the kill?
ing of sixteen insurgents, is reported to have
occurred near Contra*Maestro river, Coba.
Eighty men, including twenty armed, present?
ed themselves to the Spanish commanding
officer there for protection. Insurgent sympa?
thisers in Havana hare startled the inhabi?
tants by posting an incendiary proclamation
throughout the city.
-London churches ure nearly deserted at
this season. A correspondent of a religious
c paper writes that he recently attended three
churches in succ?s lion on Sunday morning. At
the first the congregition consisted of one old
woman and the ohanty children. At the eecond
he was the only worshipper, and there was no
service, and at tho third there was no clergy?
man to read service to the handful who as?
. -Prince Napoleon made, another liberal
speech m the French Senate Wednesday, call?
ing for additional reforme, lite Minister of
the Interior, in reply, protested against the
ideas presented by the Priuce, and added,
signrfieantry, that those ideas wonld never gc v
ern tho con neil so long as the present minis?
ters should retain the confidence of the Empe?
ror. M. de Sesgar termed the Princes speech
-Bil Louis teemed with murders and sui?
cides daring the heat of last week, and the
mest horrible of the lot was that of one Warta,
who, wheo bis wife declined to give him money
Jos drink, chopped off ber fingers, spli her
bead open, and left her dea? then going oat
and throwing himself across the rails before
an express tram. The pureaing officers saw
his bead drop on one side of the track and bis,
body on the other, as the wheels beheaded
-Tho St. Louis people are still Btlrri ng np the
question of the removal o? the United States
Capital to that city. Governor Gaary, of Penn?
sylvania, declines to send delegates to the con?
vention which is to consider the subject. So
also does the Governor of Iudiana. The Mayor
of Memphis thinks the convention onght to be
postponed a year; Governor Warm<uth, of
Louisiana, is in favor or tbe removal, and H.
S. Foote "has been in favor of it for twenty
-A huge party of young men enlisted for
' th? Coban patriot arm^, under command, it is
said, of Major Bndgefb'rd. formerly of tbe Con?
federa to army, have rendezvoused at Fort
Gaines, Georgia, and General Terry has been
invoked to send troops to captare them. A
revenue cutter bas been ordered to cruise off
the coast to keep them from escaping, and
meanwhile military movements will be made
sn land to render the enterprise harmless, if
-No! withstanding the fact tbat tho Spanish
Government bsa virtual'y rejected the over?
tures of this country for a settlement of the
Cuban question, it is asserted that in the Cabi?
net meeting on Tuesday it was agreed to in?
struct SiCk.es to demand an immediate and
?traighifotward reply from the Spanish regen?
cy. Hi. Fish is not cornent with a hint, it ap?
pears, bat wants a kick. Hfwever, we m ere'y
give the rumor for what it is worth. The ways
of oar foreign policy is psst Unding oat.
-A willer in the Vineyard Gazette is severe
ia his denunciation of croquet. He says: "The
only development liable to lower tbe moral
staodai d cf the camp is croquet. This is play?
ed Incessantly for weeks before the meeting,
and we have jet to witness a game in whic
cheating and lying are not common occm
ronoes^ymecially among the fair sex, we dee*
ly regret to say. It is the general practice <
the ladies to posh their balls into more favori
ble positions when unobserved, and if deteel
ed to deny it. We have seen ministers do :
lime and again."
-Willan, bow oar of the Oxford crew, ba
written a letter to the Loudon Times expiait
ing how the Oxfords beat the Harvards only
length and three quarters. He says: "Befor
they (the Oxfords) reached the ship at Mort
lake, they were four or five boat length
ahead, when a row boat in the stream cause
them to lose a length for fear of falling." I
addition to this, having started a certain dis
tance above the aqueduct at Putney, they ex
pectedto row only an equal distanc3 above th
ship at Mortlake; but having rowed that dis
tance and not reaching the judge, they though
that the placing of tho flag-boat had been for
gotteu. So they paddled on until they cami
in. The Harvard mea all this time rowei
with the same pluck and determination whicl
they had shown through the previous part o
the race and gained considerable at the finish
Willan says the Oxford crew frilly acquiesce ii
the decision of the judges.
-The london correependent of the Net
York Times devotes a large part of a recen
latter to a review of the sensation created b;
Mr. Bouricault's play of "Formosa." It ha
drawn crowded houses, and is likely to do so a
long as it is assailed by critics and newspape
correspondents on the score of its immorality
Ho noticed as a curious fact that when th
audience was first seated hardly a tenth par
were women, but a little later they came in th
usuel numb .ra. The present ia the dullest o
the dull Loudon season, and fashionable house
could not ordinarily be expected, but the drea
circle was foll, and most of the private boxei
wera occupied. There were present, perhaps
a dozen of the class whom some of the critic:
tolerate in the boxes, bat are quite shocked a
seeing represented on the stage- '.he uppe:
class of splendidly disrepute? lathes, whoa
the "girl of the period" is said io slavishly
imitate, but the general character of the audi
once was far better thau the season would war
rant. The drama is full of sharp and point?e
dialogue, and, in delineation of character, it i:
admirable. At first, its performance evokec
an occasional bisa; bot long before the enc
was reached, th? sympathies of the audience
were won, and it proceeded to a triumphant
MONDAY M?BNLNO, SEPT. 6, 1869.
A nt 1- K a d lc ali 5 rn,
In this State the so-called ''Conservative
"Republican movement" ia a failure. The
Radicals TOW that they cannot be more
conservative than they are, and the Demo?
crats are resolved not to be dabbed Repub?
licans. There will then bc, in the elections
of 1870, only two parties in the State-the
hUdioal party and the Anti-Radical party.
Tuts Anti- Radical party has already a power?
ful public sentiment in its favor. All honest
mea, who see the corruption and ignoranoe
which now ran riot, know that another two
years of Radical ascendancy would go far
to rain the State. They have no political
feeling to gratify, and no politioal interest
to serre. What they desire is an honest
and able executive, a truly representative
legislature, and a* pure and learned judici?
ary, together with an economical adminis?
tration and, its consequence, low taxation.
This io their one aim and purpose, and they
plaoe themselves accordingly upon thebroad
platform of Anti-Radicalism-a platform
upon which every respectable citizen may
stand without doing violence to his feel?
ings or renouncing a single politioal prin?
Auti-Radicaliam in Sooth Carolina is, in
truth, the outward sign of the inward de?
termination of oar people to obtain a State
government under which the people may be
secare in the enjoyment of their property,
and all classes be encou?aml to labor stead?
ily for their own and the^ommon good.
It has no political leader, no political plat?
form; but upon the most essential points
there is little if any diff?rence of opinion.
The "peace we seek and the reforms we
"need," we expeot to obtain by peaoeful
agenoies alone. Our victory is to be won
by the ballot, and we go into the fight re- -
cognizing accomplished facts, and meeting
our opponents upon the solid ground of hon?
esty against dishonesty, economy against ex?
travagance, intelligence against ignorance,
and low taxation against high taxation.
We still believe that the large majority of our
colored population are not fit to be entrust?
ed with the suffrage; but we do not propose
to interfere with the privilege which the
law gives them. As the law stands, the
oolored people have the right to vote, and
that legal right we recognize as an abso?
In this way the questions which enter
into national contests will not affect our
State elections The struggle with us is
for a pure and oapable government, instead
of one whioh is rotten to the oore. And it
ie most important that the recruits who
swell our ranks should find nothing in our
party name, as they will find nothing in our
party principles, to throw them back into the
embraces of Radicalism. For this reason,
the plain bread phrase-Aim-RADICALISM -
is, to our mind, Tar better than "Liberal
"Democracy," whioh the Republicans will
not touch, or the "Conservative Republi?
canism" which wou?d stick in the throat of
every Democrat in the >* me.
The Fort lt oyal !. allroa.il.
THK Barnwell Sentinel, ia speaking cf
the satisfaction caused by the feeling that
the Port Royal Railroad will soon be built,
says : "A serious damper to that feeling,
"however, would be the conviction, if we
"entertained it, that the result would be
"ir-juriouB to our time-honored metropolis,
"Charleston; and we can readily sympa?
thise with any and all who entertain fears
"that that famous oity may suffer detri?
ment by this or any other enterprise. But
"we entertain the strongest hopes that our
"advantage and the ultimate good of
"Charleston may, in the end, be found per?
fectly compatible" Thanks, neighbor.'
Tue Sentinel goes on to say, that as it is
pretty certain that the road will be built,
Charlostoniaus w >uld do well "to lo ?k to
"the interests of their city, by taking such
"early steps as will give them a controlling
"influence in the direction of its affairs.
"If the road must be built, let the Charles
"tonians resolve to control H as much as
"they caa " An i so say we !
Georgetown tn thc Field.
Another maritime Richmond is in
field. The Georgetown Times says that
old Georgetown Railroad Company has t
reorganized ander the name of "The Geo:
town and Lancaster Railroad Compai
which company proposes to build a raili
from Georgetown, through Williamsbi
Clarendon, Sumter and Kershaw, to s
point on the northeast line of Lanca
County. Heavy subscriptions of land h
been promised, and the company, having
depot immediately apon the water,
there erect wharves and warehouses for
accommodation of freight The intentio
to put on a line of steamships to New Yt
ia order that dispatch may be given
goods and. produce. Great stress isl
upon the circumstance that st Georgett
there will be no charge for shipping, hi
Lng or dray age, there being no break in
line of transportation.
We know nt present no more of the
tentions of the projectors of the Geoi
town and Lancaster Railroad than maj
gathered from the article on the subj
published in the Times. We are Lnclic
however, to suspect, that the true object
point of the new line is Gourdin's Stat
on the Northeastern Railroad, where
would connect with the proposed So
Carolina Central Railroad, which is to :
from Gourdin's to Charlotte. In this T
the Georgetown and Lancaster Railn
would be an extension of the South Ca
lina Central Railroad, and freights co
be sent direct to Georgetown, instead
coming over the Northeastern Railroad
Charleston. This may not be the aim
the Georgetown Railroad, but we can ha
ly believe that it would be proposed serio'
ly to build two parallel railroads from I
Northeastern Railroad to Charlotte, wh
would be the case if the Georgetown RE
road were to be built according to the pi
gramme of the Times. One of the t
schemes would he necessarily aband om
and we do not suppose that the South Cai
lina Central Railroad, whioh hopes to ber.
work before long, would be the first to gi
Presentment of the Grand Jury.
TBS presentment of the grand ju
of the United States Court is prii
ed this morning. The jury ask frc
Congress aa appropriation of mon
for the building of a suitable Unit
States Courthoase and Postoffioe at Gree
ville. This will, we hope, receive due G
tention. The jary express the hope th
all disfraaohisemeat of our citizens w
soon be removed, and request "those ge;
"tlemen who have sought and have ande
"taken the honorable and responsible oftv
"of representing the people of the State i
"the Congress of the United States to u
"every honest means" to accomplish th
end. This is wise and judicious; bat vei
little help aeed the graad jary expect fro
H?ge wheo they add that "they fervent!
"hope that no personal influence or part
"exigence will ever enable any ambitioi
"aspirant to take a seat ia the Legislature
"or tn Congress, to which he has not bee
"elected by a majority of the legal voters.
This cap fits Hogs charmingly, and as ft
Bowen, how can he be expected "to ut
"every honest means" of acccmplishin
anything ? Pooh ! Pooh !
ATTORNEY GENITAL HOAR'S opinion i:
regard to the newly eleoted Legislature <
Virginia may be summed up in a few wordi
The Legislature may come together, organ
ice and act upon the Fifteenth Constitu
lioaal amendment; but, until Congress ha
approved the State constitution, the Legis
lature cannot transact any other business
unless the members have taken the tee
oath. Tnis ia the opinion, in a nut shell
Two-thirds of the members cannot take th
test oath, so that the Legislature can onl,
act upou the Fifteenth Amendment am
await the good pleasure of Congress; whioh
considering that the Virginia Legislature i
two-thirds Demooratic, will be sure to ap
prove the State constitution and admit th<
State as rapidly as possible.
WE LEAKS from the Georgetown Timei
that the county offioers have contracted ti
pay $500 for repairing bridges, rejecting i
responsible offer to do the whole work foi
$365. Verily! "the Blue Ridge fever oom
"plaint," as it may be called, is catching
The Times says, also, that "the number of
"county commissioners' checks which are
"hawked about the town for sale, affords
"evidence that there are contracts and jobs
"given oat of whioh the taxpayer has ac
"knowledge. Something like seven thou
"sand dollars have been paid already, and
"a like amount is still outstanding and
"doe." Here is one more example of Rad?
ical economy in public affairs.
WHIPP EH, the colored codifier of the laws,
legislator, lawyer, kz, made a speech in
court at Blackville the other day. The
Sentinel says : "Never bolore, in the a?nale
"of South Caroliaa criminal law, was
"heard such a torrent of low, disgusting
"speech, abounding in words picked from
"tbe very purlieus and gutters of obsceni?
ty." This, we suppose, is another Radi?
cal blessing in disguise. The executive and
legislative departments have been rolled in
the mud, and now comes thc turn of the
Ma. J. A. CBEWS, who is implicated in
that Laurens Railroad locomotive business,
writes to say that he will take an early op?
portunity of replying to the letter of Mr.
James on that subject, printed in THE NEWS
of Friday Until his reply appears, Mr.
Crews asks for a suspension of pablio judg?
THE New York papers of Thursday pub?
lish the opinions of Chief Justice Chase in
the case of Perdicaris vs. the Charleston
Gaslight Company, and Mr. Leod vs. Cal
lioott. Tnese opinions were published m
this paper on June 7 and June 1 last, res
yy 1 Li Li I A SI M. LAWTON,
factor and Commission ftlercharft,
Ao. 10 BOTCPS WHARF.
SX BA HEAVY SEA ISLAND HAGGING AND
i WINE FOB SALE. Advances made on Produce in
hand. thetu August 23
WANTED, 8EVEKAL INTELLIGENT
?OUTH? to the Notion and Fancy BUM
N KS9. A progressive salary will bo given Must
have a good education and moral training. Apply at
BAZAAK, Nos 363 and S65 Sing street.
Sept 6 V
WANTED. A SITUATION BY A RE.
SPECTABLE WIDOW LADT as HOUSE?
KEEPER or SEAMSTRESS or CLERK in a STORE,
and is willing to devote ber time to the interest of
her employer. Applv at No. 6 PIN CK N K Y-STB EET.
Sept 6 *_?1
WANTED, A COMPETENT AND RE?
LIABLE MAN. a Coppersmith and Tin?
ner, accustomed to Railroad work. Good wages and
steady employment. Address C. COLLINS, Master
of Machinery, A. and G. Railroad, Savannah, Qa.
WANTED, A GOOD COLORED SER?
VANT immediately, to cook, waah and iron,
and do general house work. Apply at No. 43 RAL -
CLIFFESTRtET.southwest side, corner of Thomas.
August 30 _'_mW2
WANTED TO RENT, A SCHOOL
HOUSR and RESIDENCE. Addroca, etating
terms, P. O. Box No. 169. wfm21 Angwt ll
ANTED. A BOY WHO WOULD BK
willing to make himself generally useful as
Clerk in a Hardware ?tore. Address P. O. Box 371.
COTTON GINNING.-WANTED, A
thoroughly competent person to Superintend a
set of O ins He must understand In all its details
the ginning and preparation of Sea Island Cotton.
Best of references required, Address KEY BOT. No.
65, Charleston K 0._6_Sept 3
SIX HUNDRED HANDS WANT KD, FOR
work on the Urans?lek and Albany Railroad,
Georgia. Wages one dollar and twenty five oents
($1 25| pei day. Flee transportation ont. For fur?
ther particular?, apply at the corner of Vanderhorst
and Coming streets, or at Forest House, No. 190
Kins-street, of GtOROE L. PRATT. J. F. MER
CEB, Agent B. and A B. B. _t-ept 1
AYOUNG MAN, OP FOUR YEARS'
busineps experience in this eily, and capable
of giving the best references hce, desires a perma?
nent Mtuatlou in some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage prefeired. Address* A. B. C., Box 30.
GOOD SERVANTS. WHITE AND COL?
ORED, can be obtained by ayplying to EM?
PLOYMENT OFFICE, ho. 60 Queen-street.
August 33 _
WANTED, A YOUTH FROM 18 to ?0
years old, who would be willing to make him?
self generally usefnl as clerk in a store in Union ville,
S. C. Address POSTOFFICE BOX, No. 17, Union
C. H.. S. C._August 14
(JUOf WATCH FREE TO EVERY
KpOr> AGENT I Business entirely new. Apont?
making fortunes I Address C. S. M. CO., BTDDE
FORI', MAINE. Imo pac August H
WANTED, BY A MARRIED MAN, A
situation In some Cotton Mill South or South?
west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should select WEAVING as a
choice, forties wishing to engage such a person
aili please address a note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 118 h ta teatree t, Boston. May 24
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBBABY.
CHARLES C. BIGHTER'8 Select Library of Nen
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
wishing to employ large or small numbera of |
CHINESE LABORER?, ir a y make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gang* of sise required,
delivered in any part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANsCHAAP, San Francisco, California.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly In the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prices, at 1 BX
NKWS Job Office. No. 149 EAST BAY Call and ex?
amine the acale of prices before giving your orders
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FAKMER8' HORSE BOOK, in beth Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Stewart. V. H., of Miss.
1 he work covers th? whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
both In sickness and hsalth. It has won Its way to
Eopular favor, and is tvday the most popular and
eat selling Horse Book out. AddroBB 0. E. VEN .,
Pubhabcr, Cincinnati, O. Gmo? March 19
arno RENT, A DELIGHTFULLY 81T
JL UATED TENlMKNT in Summerville, contain?
ing four rooms and pantry, furnished or not furni-h
ed, with all necessary outbuildings and beautiful
gardon atUcbed. Apply to JAMES MCCABE, No. 36
Broad-street. 1* Sept 0
TO ?EM', TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
with part or kitchen, at No. 39 CHURCH
HIREET, two doors below first Baptist Church.
Apply ss above. maa Sept C
TO RENT, THE PLEASANTLY SITU?
AI ED three and a half awry RESIDENCE, No.
59 Mili tb-street, near Vanderlin rut. Apply at No. 6
LIBEtt'fY-S 1BEET._4?_Sept i
TO KENT, THE WHARF AT TH K
west end of Beauiain-Bireot. For terms apply
to WM. fa. DAWSON. Beal Estate Agent, No 65
Broad- treet._3_Kept 4
OFFICE TO RENT.-TH A V DESIRA?
BLE OFFI E, No 40 BRlMU-STRKBr, cou
ttinins two room * (Iront and bael ), now in com?
plet? on'er. Apply on promises to I. S. K. BEN?
NETT, or to No. J&5 EING-STltKET. Sept 3
TO KENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
apply at the NOttlHEASTCOBNEB OF -N
SO:i AND SQCIEl Y-sTREElS 6* l-ept 2
KEAL ESTATE AOJfATS, AND OTHERS
having bouses to reut, nth have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neates,: styles of type, at TBE NEWS JOB OE
U K, No. 149 East Bay
FOR SALE, 11(11? ACH ES OF W i LL
TIMBERED I.'ND in lower pvt of Barnwell
Count , six milos from -muli i disto River. Terms
made very low For particulars, address Dr. O. B.
ri UT lu, Graham's Turnout, C.S. R. R.
August 20 nao 36
SAND AND GRAVEL FOR SALE AT
low rites at MARSHALLS WHARF.
August 20 imo
FOR SALE, FOUR MCCARTHY ROL?
LER GINS, second hand, but little used
1 Premium Farm Grist Mill, "Proseas" Patent
1 Hand-power -teel Grist Mill
18 Ploughs, of varied and moat approved pattorns,
all but little used, an 1 at low prices
1 Cotton B eaker
1 Four-horse Power Steam Engine, f?cond band, in
Apply to < A M EROS, BARKLEY A CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
August 9 Imo
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
STAND with finuras for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 39. Apply ON
PREMIRES. tlista January 91
AUCTION EE KS, BROKERS, ?NO
others withing "tor Kale" Ilarards, Buaineaa
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat?
ness and diapatch. will consult their interest by leav?
ing tbeir orders at TBE NEWS JOB OFFICE, Na
149 East Bey.
TJVOH SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
S: any quantity. Price 75 oeats per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
plv at the office of l HE N K W^. March 1
|).930iati0n af Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP,
'the firm ol JAME* PRICE A CO. is this day
dissolved by Ks own limitation.
E. P. TOOMER.
Charleston, S. C. September 1, 1869.
S- pt 1 wfm3
DISSOLUTION ..F COPARTNERSHIP.
Iho Copar nership heretofnra existing be
tween the subscriiiers as C AR CAI ILL. H UtBES 'N
A C > . is hereby di,solved Mr. JOSEPH H A Kilt
SON ia authorized to collect all debts due the late
firm. -IHOMAS CA' TMILL.
JOS t- PF? HAKBhSON.
ChailestOD, Sept 3, 1869.
THU BUSINESS WILL BE CONTINUED UNDER
the name of d ARPE->ON A CO.
e-ept 3_?j_JOSEPH BARBE SON.
DI "?Soi.U I I??N OF PA R'l NE lc SH I P.
The Partnership between the under-vii'd
w.H dissolved on the 1st instant by mutual consent.
Ibo business will be continued, at the mme p ace
[in beaman.-street, by F. J. LI IK NT H ? I where
payment of debts dne them will be received by either
party. WILLIAM WrPPi.
ERKDEH?CK J. LILIENTHAL.
Charleston, September 3, 1869.
NUTMCE.-MR. JAMES CALDWELL
bas withdrawn from the firm of JAMCS vi.
CALDWEi.L A S0N-> to embark Ia another branch
ot business OL his own account m the town of bun?
ter. HO. ?
'IHK UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE
F* T lt ?GK AND . 0MMI8 ION PU-WNEsH, under
the narnu and stylo of J-Mr S M. CALDWELL A
BoN aud will eitie the ou-ines - of the late firm.
Office, Accommodation Wharf.
J v IIH> M CALDWELL.
WM.B. < ALDWtLL.
Charleston, 9. C., September 2,1H69.
MT 13 3
NOHCtl,-Mt'. DA MEL >. ESuB ?EH rt
this d-ij retired from our firm, the ons -
ne-s will ne i ondnciedIn oUier reareetsas hereto?
fore LtSEsNE A WELL>.
September 1,1869. ?opt 1
SO LOMO VS L?DGE, No. 1, A. F. AC.
TBE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION WILL BE
be'.d In Masonic Hall, THIS EVENINO, the 6th
instant, at Eight o'clo -k.
Members and Candidate* for Decrec? will be
By order of W. M. \V. A. WILSON,
Sept 6 recretary.
ST. .IXDHEU'S SOCIETY,
AN ADJOURNED ME "TING WILL BE HELD
at South Carolina Ball, THIS LVENIHO, at Six
Members are respectfully requested fo come for?
ward punctually, ag lt is of vital Importance to the
Society that the Report of the Committee on the Br
Laws be taken up and acted on.
HUBERT M. GOSDON,
i Sept 6_Secretary pro tem.
PALHKTTO Ff MK HIV GIN E COMPANY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will be held at your Hall, Tros (Mon?
day) EvENrvo. September 6. at Eight o'clock pre?
cisely. By order of the President,
Sept 6 Secretary.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
AMONTHLY MEETING OF THE CHABLEC
TON MECHANIC SOOIETY will be held at
the Masonic Hall, THIS EVE.NIVG. the Cth instant, at
Eight o'clock. JOSEPH GUY,
sept 6_Secretary C. M. 8.
MECHANICS UM ION, No. 1.
ABEOULAR MEETING OF THIS UNION WILL
be held TH* EVFJONQ, 6th in?t., ic the Eagle
Fire Company'? Hall, Meeting street at 8 o'clock.
Punctual attendance is desired, as an election for
Secretary will be bell. By order.
T. W. CANNON,
8ept 6_Acting Secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLE CLUB.
i MEETING OF THIS CLUB WILL BE HELD
JK. at Maaonic Hall, Tura EVENING, at Eight
o'clock. By order. A. W. TAFT,
Sept G Secretary and Treasurer.
JJ RSVIilNE INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH' CAROLINA,
USOER THE PAmONAOE OT
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, pleaae address THE MOTHEB
6UPEBIOB, Ursuline Convent, Valle Cruds.
Sept G Imo
THE MISSES ROACH WILL REOPEN
their BOBOUL, September C. at No. 13 Society,
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The Exercises cf this Institution will be re?
sumed on MONDA T, September 6.h. 'Ihorongh in?
struction giveu in LATIN, GREEK, FRENCH, GER?
MAN. MATHEMATICS, and the hijber branches of
Term-- $12 per quarter, payable in advance.
No extra charge for FRENCH, GER tl AN or STA?
W. H. KINGMAN, A. M., PrinclpiL
V. C. DIBBLE, A. B , Fir-t Assistant.
H P. FL*EGAS, ?. M., Fren-h Master.
W. A. A. DEAS, Eiq., German Master.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The next Reefton will begin on the PIBST MON
OAT ni OCTOBEB, and continue without intermis?
sion, to the ensuing July.
invantages are offered at this Institution to Stu?
dent? in Law. (the graduates being entitled to prac?
tice in the Courts ol tbi? State;) in Me liciuc. (the
course of lcst'uction being extensive and thorough,
wiib two written examinations daring the Session;)
in Engineering, Mathematica, Mental, Moral and
Political Philosophy, H story. Rhetoric, English
Literature, Ancient and Modern Languages, and in
the varions Scientific Schoo.s.
Expenses for .'cssiou of nine months: Annual
fcc, ?:>; Library fee. $10; Room Rent fee.$15; Tuition
fee,-; for each of three schools, $13; Tuition in
Law or Medicine. $50 Board can be had at 810 to
$20 per month. Bv messing u will bc less.
For fur'ncr Information, send for Catalogue! to
the Secretary of the Faculty, Bev. C. BRUCE
WALKER. R. W. BIRNWKLL.
Chairman o? Faculty.
Columbia, a. C., Auguit 2,1869.
August 0 fmw2t
FURDIA ? UNIVEUSIT Y, GREEN?
VILLE. S. C.-The next sc-slon of this INSTI?
TUI IOH wilt open the 15fb September, and continue
forty weeks wi'hout intermisi?n.
Three year?' t-cbolarshiDS m-iy b? obtained condi?
tioned on the payment of thirty rfolUra annually
for three years, and entitling tba bolder of a Schol?
ar-hip to the tuition of one pupil in all the regular
Schools, rn th? payment of the incidental fee of flv?
dollars. Except co holders nf sob ? ? av h i ps. the
charge for tuition for tho rear will bc sixty dollars,
and five dollars for incidental oxpeuses. For In?
struction in Practical <'homlstry, or in Modorn I sa?
guaro*. tner>* will bo an extra charge, to be regula?
ted by the size of th? class
Thc regular Schoo'a embrace Mathomrtlcs and
Mechanical Philosophy, PiofeRsor JUDSON; Latin
Linguige and Literature Professor r AU tit; Greek
Language Professor -MU H; Chemistry and Natu?
ral Pbtlosophy, Profe-sor HARRIM; :.oglc, Rhetoric,
an < Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Protessor
FUR M AN.
Dr. fA BER will instruct tn German, French and
Goo j Hoard'ng. exclusive of light* and washing,
can be obtained at about $15 per month.
Catalogues cr Scholarship! cnn be obtained by ad
(tressing tho subsenfecr.
J?MEi C. F?RMAN,
August 23 18 President.
PH IV ATE BOAXDING HOUSE.-TO
Rent, a spacious BOARDING HOUSE, p'eas
antly situa.ed at Nu 351 King-street, containing 25
roous. and pulsion given immediately; at pres?
ent occupied by Mrs. Bomar. For particulars, ap?
ply at No. 353 KING-STREET,
.-opt 4 Btu2
jost anb Joana.
FOUND, A GOLD BLUE ENAMELLED
BBEASTPIN, walch the OWUT can have by
applying at the DAILY NEWS Office, and paying ex?
penses kept 1
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
President, M. J. WICKS, President Memphis and
Vl c-Presldeot, J. T. PETTIT.
secretary, W. F. BOi LL.
UVtKTHBEB lH)U>ANi> POLICIES ISJL'ED
MUCO September. 1H07.
/gents desired turo igiioutthe State.
lt. J. MAGILL, No. 05 Broad-street.
General A^ent for South Carolina.
August IS mthlmo
D R O O It L Y fi
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
IHSUK8 ALL KINOS OF LIFE AMD ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES Divid-ndi annu.Uy in cash.
Onlr Company having the Definite Guaranteed rpr
render-Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to
no rompauy m the Uuited States lor stability, libe?
rality and eceaomy.
Office Na 111 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN ?. BOUCK, President
WM. M. COLE, secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughont
Apply in person or bv letter to
4 AMES G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for Sooth Carolina.
July 12 mwf Cmos
^JIIAKbaSTuJi ia CA ta ? V ll Ai i URAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
At?RICUL ?URAL IMPLEMENTS, QARDEI
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR PALE.
GEO. E. PINOBKE.
Nc. HO Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 21 ?mo
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YOEE.
Offices Park Bank Building, Nos. 214
and 216 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, vice-President.
HENEY BELDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHBEYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
ag- SUB-AGENTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHBEYS, General
Agent m December 7
MJTTTT A L FIRE AND LIFE
FIBE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. SlOti.OOO paid into the In?
surance Deportment of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company.
Stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen ol
A pure y Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent, of its earnings to thc Stockholders; the
rest o f thc profits divided among the Policyholders
on the crntubution plan. .
Eire Department has been in successful opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
Life Department in full and successful operation,
and vielng with old companies in its success.
All of its Policies non-iorfottable, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an annuity table and return premium plan.
No restrictions upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured on same terms as men.
Loans half of ita premiums. No notes *aken.
W. JaLAWTON, President.
J. C. MCBURNEY, vice-President.
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. McCAY, Constituting Actuary.
P. H. WRIGHT, Examining Physician.
This Company is now prepared to lake risks either
In the Fire or Life Derartments, and solicit! a share
ol the patronage of the city and Stale.
J. G. HOL.II KS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local aal Travelling Agents wanted in all carts of
the Sta'e. Liberal commissions allowed, or a sal?
ary if preferred. Applications to be made to
J. G. HOLMES, Jr.. Genera! Agent, No. 3C Broad
street, Charleston, S. C.
July 21 nae wfm
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
PURELY A 80UTHERN INSTITUTION.
Assets July 1, 1860.$510,000
DIVIDEND DECLAIMED.FORTY PEE CENT.
INsUBES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS LOSSES. Its principal business ls with
Southern States, and to them it appeals for patron?
age. It bas ample means to fully protect policy-hold?
ers and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, Pieald-nt.
B. H. HILT., A. H. C0LQ01TT, Vicf-Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MORBID, Secretary.
BO\RD OF DIBECTOBS.
Atlanta. Ga.-JOHN B. GORDON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEX INDEE, J. H. CALL AWAY, J. M
Athens, Ga.-B. C. Y ANO EV, BEN J. H. HILL, ROB
Columbia, H. C.-WAOE HAMPTON.
Augusts, Ga.-C H. PHINIZX, EDWARD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga.-D. E. BUTLER.
Washington, Ga.-RODERT TOOMBS.
Cutnbcrt, Ga -B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga - A. H. COLQUITT.
Charlotte. N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale. S. C -3. L. WILLINOHAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. II. MILLUie, General Agent,
S^JT. TUPPEH, Itcsldcnt Agent,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
H. W. DE3AU5-URE, M. D., Medical Examiner.
August 19 DAO '2mos
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
JV' E W YORK.
Organized In 1859.
ALL P0LICE3 NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND GO (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices In force.$25,000.000
Annual Income. 800.000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. Pt CK H AU, President,
WM. T. BOOKER. vice-President.
L. McADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUD?CKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm of Harper k Bros., ex
Mayor vew York.
JOHM J. CRANE, Prcddent Bank Republic.
WM al. VERMILTE, Pank T (Vermilye k Co.)
CHAS G. ROOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Corni
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKB. ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. UOBOAN, Bauker
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney k Co.
BENJ. lt. HBB>IAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar lie:l:i;o,' Co-upauy.
AABOV \BNOLD, Ftrm nf ?rnoid, Constable k Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
i: V. HADOffwooT, Pinn E. V. Haughwout A Co.
WM WILE ENS. Firm of W. Wilkens A Co.
JULIUS U. PRATT, Merchant.
WM. W WRIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. -Tann, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Gao. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, Pr?sident Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. ?'-HE-WOOD Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fi th Avenue and
Twenty- tb trd-s treet.
EDWABP H. WBIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLHF. counsellor.
W. L. Coo i WELL, Merchant.
GENERAL AGENT FJB SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BEENS UhKNA. Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
??ffiee No. ?65 Kinft-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0
January 12 pao lyr '
Ororrrifs ono fimtUutm.^
. FLOUR ! FLOUR ! *
0 AA SACKS "CAHPSEN MILLS" CHOICE
OUU FAMILY AND EX TBA FLOUB
200 bbl?. "Campeen Milla" Choice Family ?nd Extra
300 bbla. Choice Baker'? Flour
100 bbls. Super and Fine Flour.
For sale by 3HO. CAMPaEN A CO.
CORN ! OATS!
QAAA BUSHELS PRIME MILLING CORN,
?\J\J\J landing and In store.
3000 bushels PBIME OATS.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
1 RAA BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MARY
lOUl/LAND AND WES ERN COBN. landing
and in store. For sale by B. M. BUTLER,
Sept 13_2__No. 72 East Bay.
SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH
OF EXTRA WEIGHT AND WIDTH, AND CLOSE
texture. For sale by
O. N. HUBERT,
8ept 6_6_Mo. 12 East Bay.
NO. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
OA A JONS Nc. 1 PE BUVI AN GUANO, TOAB
?UU BIVE per Schooner "Mary Stow."
For sale by T. J. KERR.
LANDING AND IN STORE.
OA AA BUSHEL8 PBIME BALTIMORE AND
?l\r\J\J TENNESSEE WHITE COBN
1000 bushels Prime Black Seed and Feed Oats
1000 bushels Bran. For sale by .
Sept! 2 J. N. TIDEMANK A CO."***
T)rQBALES PBIME EASTERN HAY. LANDING
?mt'J? from Schooner Dexter Washburne, o?
Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
For sale by OLNE? k CO.
rr pr BALES EX TBA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, a
I O to 45 inches wide, and weighing 2S pounds.
For sale by T. J. KEBB A CO.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BC
Dr. H. BABB,
June 26 Na 131 Meeting-street.
NEW YORK RAGGING,
D JUBLE ANCHOR BRAND.
THE STANDARD WRIGHT 2tf&2X. THE
standard width full 44 Inches.
It is wider, closer, stronger, and affords better pro?
tection for the entire covering of the Cotton bale
than any other in use.
We sell at manufneturer'a price and expenses laid
down here. A supply alwaya on hand.
WILLIAM ROACH k CO.
August 9 Imo Agen's.
BALES HEAVY CU.1NY CLOTH, IN
Store, and for sale by
August 31 6_No. 102 Eaat Bay.
Gt NNY CLOTH, ~~
ON THE SPOT AND TO ABBI VE.
For sale by
August 20 GEO. A. TREN HOLM k SON.
SHINGLES AND PLASTERING
QAA AAA WELL SFASONED CYPBESS
Ov/U.UUvJ SHINGLES, in bundles j.
100,000 Plastering Laths.
For sale low for cash Apply to
C. J. r-Cn LKPEGBELL,
No. 37 Line-street, and
J. A ENSLOW A CO.,
8ept 1_thmS*_East Bay.
ACARGO OF PRIME CYPRESS SHINGLES FOR
sale by WM. C. BEL k CO.
Sept 4 htut hn
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BAEB, No. 131
RLSON's TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Scbenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Hchenk's Seaweed Tonic
C herokee Pills
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, Ac. kc.
Fleming's Worm Confections
W dgbt's Rejuvenating Ettxlr
Churchill's Syrup Hypophonph.it* of Lime
Van Densen's Worm t omoc tiona
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bardotte'e Worm Fugar Drope
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pille
McLane'a Liver Pill?
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Bussell'* Soothing Cordial lor Ohtldren Teething
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Badway's Beady Relief
Radwa>'a R. Pills
Rid way's Ready Resolvent,
Jane 21 mwf
Q L D W HI SKIES.
THE UNDERSIGNED BKG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that thev have been appoint o I by M cs-rs.
HENRY s. HANNIS k CO.. of Philadelphia, their
sole Agents (or the State of South ?'arolina tor the
sale ot their celebrated ACME. X XX, XXX. XXXX,
h*CC I AR. CARINE! and o.her brands OLD RYE
They also wish to announce that they will be In
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE BYS WHINKTES. direct from
Distillery at Hannisvnle, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracts will bs made for large lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
GLAC I Ut* WITTE,
No. 85 East Bay street,
Jnne 16 wfm3mo8 Charleston, 8. C.
H I S O L M ' B
COTTON GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TE AD D-8 TR E ET.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND
Gin t-ea Island and Upland cotton at th- old rates of
toll-6 cent? per pound for Sea Islands, 4 cents per
pound for Uplands, ginned by "Gullett Gin."
Sept 3 fmwlmo Adger's Wharf.
Ql'LhETT'S STEEL BRUSH
THE SUB-CBIBER H NOW PREPARED TO
fill orders tor these jnstlv oeh'brated GINS. Certifl
rato- ir LI reliable p AUUJO ia this .-tate, who have
boaubf un i used 'hem the past seasov, JS well as
trow lb" Fa tors and B olCMM, .illly confirm all that
ts cairne ' for th m: and th - fie. ls uow well eatab
1 sh' <i that tbe i rroase lu tb? pr a* of Cotton ginned
on ibis Oin wih. ou every lorty bales, fully pay for
the cost of the Gin.
HALL'S PATENT COTTON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, savins botn time and labor in
the ginning of a crop. Can be attached to any Gin
Send for Circulars.
NO. Il EAST BAY, RO?1H OF OLO POSTOFFICE,
Augusts towt 2mos Charleston, 8.0.
IMPROVED Met)ARTSY GUT,
An Amen TO
Ginning "Fine Upland Cotton."
LATE CHANGES M A PB IN THH GIN ADAPTS
it to the ginning o'UPLAND Oi ION. The use ir
it, by a fe*, on ibis colton last season proved that it
enhanced the valne of th? Cotton, as it does not^m
jure the sUple iu me slightest degree.
Plautera will find it to their advan age, and are re?
quested to examine into this Gin, particularly tooee
who have pla.iteo the finer uradea ot Upland Cotton.
The alu has b .?.n in use upon the -?a Island Cotton
for over fifteen years, and lu? r?putation forthat cot?
ton fully ea Uh Rahed. Ap.'ly to
WILLI '.ll li HEVEREY,
Machinist and Foundry,
August ll wfralme Na SH Mtetiag-stttet.