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-Gold ai Now York yesterday closed quiet
-The New York cotton market was fully ?c.
lower; sales 1800 biles at84c. '
-There weramo di upai oh 83 from Liverpool,
th? ooeeczfng kind wires being down.
-Ont sixty iros a team snipe are now being
built on the Clyde, Scotland.
' -Tho Navy Dopirtment Ands it difficult to
keep recruited with seamen, rc
-Every twinge of Napoleon's rheumatism
gives France a sleepless nicht.
-lt is proposed to elect General Joseph E.
Johnston pr?sidant of the-TJjivarsity of Nash
-A number of Sisters of Mercy, from Som?
ier, S. C., ar? shoal to* open a school in Wit
-Tom Thumb and party posted their per?
formance* nt&Jn Francisco in Chinese aa well
ae in English, sad-took, in i wo weeks, $15,000
Ijgbld. - ' " J? '
-Beating, the tnt reformer, has been called
blessed by two thousand' correspondents,
w*.:o tbani him for their emancipation from
-Sheridan Shook, a Nsw York ex-collector
of Jalmas? Bo coane, hs? been arrested and
bailed, cbarn-ed with frand. One Abrahams,
another officer, is held o a & similar charge.
-A donbls-headad locomotivo, resembling
two eng! Deo* eons trooted together as one, which
will travel either way, obviating the necessity
of tarn-tables, is build mg st Taunton, Massj
ehusetto, te fha P?oiflc Bsflrood.
-At tbs eab-treasary ia Msw York. Wednes?
day, a subeeriptioa of 850,000 for tba benefit of
Mrs. John A. BswUna was proposed, and
* 816 000 waa sabsenoed on the root, including
alOttsubscribed by Prestdeot Groat by tele?
-The steamer Hornet, wix'oh was seised at
Halifax las. week, w-a foi merty the blockade
ronner Lady Sterlin?. Sno ?s now owned by
Wilban Baud, of Portland. Ler seizure was
ondoabtedly made at thd instigation of the
-Tba owQooon of Spam, accompanied by
the lrng Oooaort and tho Prince of the Axt u
?aa, is oo o vuat to her mother. Queen Chris?
tina, who hos beso living for the lost month at
Saint- Adresse, a sn barb; of Havre, with the
-(knersl Btckes hos cansad groot, exoite
aaaatip Spain by notifying th > govornmont
?ihsi pobbo opioio* ia ton United Biotas will
shortly i-ompoT the recognition of the Caban
iasuTKents. Tbs pansas unte the dispatch of
troops to. the isiotfi, whose loss, it is argued,
oaanct be afforded ai any cost.
-An ear of corn has. boon prodooed In
?jrovaa County, Kentucky, having a centre cob,
around which are clustered and interlaced
?ixrj-tw? distinct ears ot corn, eaoh regolarfy
asim'iHid li ia' aboat fl vs inahes in length by
abtrat tba same in diameter. On the stalk on
which it /row, there ia another ear, or oom
uinatioo of ?ors, equal lathis in number, mak?
ing, xs the product of one stalk, ona hundred
sad twenty-four ears.
-Signor F. Palmo, the fir-it opera tia mana?
get ia thia countiy, died ?a New York on Sw
?lay, aged, eighty-two years. He waa an Ital?
ia?, and aja Jaw arrival m New York in early
fife estaaliahed a restaurant. H < subsequmt
Jj bout "P&lrao's Opera House- ' in Chambers
afreet, which, however, did not eucoeed. after
a bte of vicissitudes, bs was mainly supported
ia his old sge by tne fund of an aid associa?
tion of (tho dramatic profession.
-A Washington tele-ram says: ''It is a re
soaftraille foot, and ons which attracts more
than ormrnry attention m diplomatic ci roles,
that ai) the available vessels, officers and sea
noon of cm* navy are now under orders to sail
ais moment's notice. The popular eolation
af this Btntogo cfronmatanpe is that oar gov
animent prepared itself lor activo d?monstra?
tion regarding Cuban affairs, if the resnlt of
Voa peadiDg negotiations with Spoin on that
?nagest should require lt."
-On Monday aftoroooa four hundred and
twaoty-oine Marmons, from England, landed
irat Cootia Gordan, New York. About half of
ffeera are women, aad one h un Ired and twen?
ty-nine are children andar eicht years of age.
Tally forty percent, aro under twen'y Host
of the os sea natives of 'ring land and Wales. A
trw are from Switzerland. Denmark and Ger
aaaoy. Bosidea the president of the company,
ffhans ara caa m iass'onar sa sooompauyintr the
ffjagrmttt. Vow anea ara chiefly moah ames and
Sserory op?rait voa, tmd o few are colliers and
-A Salt Lake correspondent writes as fol?
lows of the Yoong haremr "Brigham's wives,
a? among thsmselvee, are social and cheerful,
00far as can bo s?en. They m ko but little
abow of intellect or ot literary or artistic
tastes, tboagb some of thom play tho
jaJono. They are ra ber of (ho domestio tura
aad Uk freely with o stranger (pro.ierly in
orcducod) about their children, pael present
and futuro; boost Ungh ntrly of tbeir fecundi?
ty, and all that sort of thu g. What fashion
aUerature art, fiorosis ara to tbe civilized
-oom; ehild-beartne: is to these women. It ab
norbo tbeir thoaputa aad forms the sta ile
torso of their small talk, either annus their
own sex ot the opposite.''
-The ra?et boiotifnl p>rt of the Town of
Ooldsboro' N. 0, was deotroved by fire o - last
SUiurUay. The entire block of houses from
the corner of Cheston i and West Centre H tree ta
to Walnut-street was deotroyed The two bo?
lo's and row o'bowness bouses on East Cen
tee-eitee: were saved The property barut in?
vaded seventeen places of business, the Wa vue
loardraa? boose, the Kesoeoger and Post news?
paper office sad Weill?1 lumber yard. Thc
MeaarTger presses were destroyed The fire
ordinated in o warehouse attached to the rear
and of Iff jrna'bowling otley, and w?s evdeuliy
the wonk of io incendiary. It ia estimated that
sot less thin $20 OOO or property was abalan
staring ?he fire Toe satire kos will probably
poach one buodred oed tweuty-avd-ciiousind
-Bo arc ca ult has nrodoced quita o sensation
SS Katz kt nd by hie sow play, . Formosa " Tbe
Athonsaum objects te it os an attempt to intio
s?a?eau English Travista on the stage. The
|fow York Ortiz ea and Ro?ad Table soys this
o?axse of immorality will rather command it
to certain clasaee of theatre-goers. ' Formo?
sa" is rather*strong, bat it is a Sunday-school
?tory compared to some of tho plots of Offen?
bach's^ Donizetti's and Rossini's most popular
"operas. Bouroicault has published a lotter, in
which he takes tbo trroun'i that the English
have been going to H JO wuiso things on the
stage for years, but td rt^the poMic is jdst now
in one of its "periodical fi a ot?*fffiuous indig?
nation." Judging from the plot ot the play
sad straw of the fanguag*;. it will be as reflninc;1
and as reforming as the duly perusal of a
Chicago paper would be.
-The Cincinnati Commercial, Republican, is
hardly resp olful toward Father Grant. That
paper says, "he tbioks he has been abased,
and osnnot understand what the eo*nm?reial is
about. Perhaps we may' enlighten him. He
baa bean meddling in pnbtic affairs, abont
which he knows nothing. Ho has been boast?
ful of bis infloeno; with the administration,
and has had an inflaenoo wbioh he hu used
with great indiscretion. He has been used by
desurnrng men to get favors* from persons high
in luthority, aod has been laughed at by those
who have need him. He has just made hi maeo*
ridiculous by bis incoherent talk to a reporter
who took notice of bis conversation with the
purpose of ri iculing him. If this will have
the effect of keeping brm out of public busi?
ness, it will be au excellent thing, for hie
bother about offices in this part of tho country
ie a bore."
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 10, 186d.
AV hat ie av Oar pot-Bagger:
When his Satanic Majesty discovered that
he ooald not swim, he fonnd fault with the
waler. A moment later he repented of his
irritation, Towed with the sublime indiffer?
ence of Toots that it waa "of no oonse
"quonce," and protested that an ignorance
of the art natatory wu rather a di 5 tino lion
to covet than a disgrace to avoid. Folio 1
ing the excellent precedent set by tbe
Father of Lies, the political adventurers in
the South first earp at the honest folk who
despise them, and then, changing front,
console themselves by dedaring that it is a
very jewel of honor to be a oarpet-bagger.
I his ingenious application of th? old story
is the invention of the South Carolina va?
riety of the carpet-bag fraternity. Nor
will it fail cf success for want of loquacity
or assurance; for u it is in the nature of
things that a Kettle shon'd sting, so is it ]
according to ruth that a oarpet-bagger
should have jaw enough for two sets of J
teeth, and sufficient brass to supply the raw
material for a new Colossus of Rhodes.
And there ie, it most be confessed, some
tact in the animal. It is not attempted to
prove that what "ia called a carpet-bagger
by any other name would smell more sweet.
The whole formula ii summed up in these
few words : "What I am, he ie. Ergo, what I
"he if, I am " This is the short of it The |
long of it is that, according to carpet-bag
law, every man living in South Carolina,
vko it not 0 native of ike Stat*, ia to all in
tenta auU purposes a true oarpet-bagger
Thia ia the Radioed definition of the term;
and it ean be seen with half an eye that if ]
every German and Virginian, Irishman and
Alabamian, Seo ch man and Georgian, now
living in South Carolina oan be ut down u
one of the oarpet-bag brigade, the body be
oomce at once highly respectable, and wor?
thy, u a whole, of confidence and trust.
But calling a decent man a carpet- bagger
will net make him one. There is not a person
in Sooth Carolina, white or colored, who does
not know what constitutes a oarpet-bagger.
A?d u long u this ie the eue the effort of
the 8outh Carolina oarpet-bagger, whether
from Connecticut, Ohio or Massachusetts,
to make himself decent ai the aost of the
adopted citizens of the State, will be u vain
aa the famous attempt of Mrs Partington
to sweep back with a broom the broad waves
of the Atlantic
As we have already hinted what is net a
oarpet-bagger, it may be expeoted that we
should say wuat is that sublime compound
of cheek, rasoality and general nastiness
The acc. pied definition at the 8outh is both
pointed and simple A carpel bagger it a
Northern Radical who took up hit abode in ?he
South "when the Union came in," made politics
hit trade, and lives in office, or out cfit, by de?
faming and plundering the 8ou'hern people
Thia is the carpet bagger. This is the man
who robs and slanders all mea with exoel
tent impartiality; who is as little the friend
of the negro u the friend of the white race;
who bu no religion but love of self, and no
God but his pocket
No Southern man oau ever be a oarpet
bagger, although he may fall into the depths
of scalawagerie. No man who fought for
the Scuth during the war can be a oarpet
bagger No adopted eitiien, whatever the
place of hie birth, who honestly work? for
cit living, can bs a carpet bagger No
Northern man, who is engaged in legitimate
business, and supporta himself by his busi
neu, ii called a oarpet-bagger.
The dividing lise is broad and plain; fer
tbo carpet-bagger thrives by cozening the
negri and cheating the white man; by cal?
umny and fr?ud; by misrepresentation aod
abuse; by public pap and private bribe; by
all that is foal, rotten and unolean.
Weill weill weill who snail touch piton
and not he defiled ? Adios! carpet bagger.
Tbe ttoral carolaoausa.
Tais is tbe title of u> now monthly mega
?'ne, devoted to agriculture aud tho U.H
obanio arts, which will appear na the first
of next m inta, lt will bu published by
M. uara Walker, Brans k Cogswell, of ti.is
etty, who deserve credit for nupplytng a
want which nae long been felt ia this S'ate,
and whose extensivo capital and i*ao iii ii es
enable thoo to give us a g >od and luocees
ful mag? si no. Tbe Rural Carolinian will
be edited by Mr. D H. J loquea, for msny
years a practical Soulhera agriculturist,
and the author of a number of works on
rural affiira We oong-a1 ulite our plant
era and farmers no the opportunity thoa
afforded them of obtaining regularly the
information so necessary to an itu jr o ved
agriculture, and feel oertain that they will
?how their appreciation of its importance
by a liberal support of the new magaxtoe.
An advertisement setting forth tb? plan
and prospecta of Tbs Boral Carolinian, will
b* found in another part of this morning's
Tko Next Commercial Convention
At the Commercial Convention lately held in
Mempb ie, /Tennessee, it was provided thai the
next meeting' ot the delegates front the varions
e oe ti ons should be held at Lo nie vi lie, Ken?
tucky, on the 12th of October next. The peo?
ple of Louisville, it is said, are making exten?
sive preparations to welcome the delegates,
who are promised the most bospitible recep?
tion. It is hoped, by those interested in the
movemout, that-flio-entire oouatry will be. rep?
resented in tbe convention, which, in the lan?
guage of the committee's report, is to be "a
real Peace Convention, wherein the wise and
good Christian men of the nation can meet
each other in accord, prompted by the sole and
holy purpose of aestoring peace, and witb it
prosperity, to the remotest hamlets of the
Union." It ?B a notable fact, that in responso
to the invitation of the committee, Governor
Hoff man, of New York, has appointed, as tbs
represents tires of the Empire State in the con?
vention, such menas Horatio Seamour, Horace
Greeley, A. A. Low, Cornelias K. Garrison, Wm.
Cv Bryant, Henry C. Murphy, Frederick A.
Conkling, Erastus Brooks, Wm. M. Tweed,
'George Opdyke, Marshall 0. Roberts, Ira Har?
ris, and a dozen other J, scarcely less distin?
guished in the political and commercial world
Wi SEX that oar copper-colored Se'rotary of
State, Cardoza, has been edifying a large as?
semblage of negroes in Boston with a discourse
upon "the political condition of South Caroli
"na." After a patronizing recognition of Mas?
sachusetts as "a State great ia all that related
"to intellectual and moral worth, which seem
"ed to him to be the pioneer State in all that
"was noble and true." he wont on to aseare
bis hearers tbat much bad been accomplished
in South Carolina-so mnoh, indeed, that she
not only equalled, but excelled Massachusetts.
After explaining;, in bis own fashioa, the na?
ture of the political ohanges which have taken
place in the Palmetto 8tate, he oonolndod with
the modest remark that "while he felt the
"valu? ot what had beon dono, and did not ac
"oord to men of hi3 8:ato any undue honor,
"he would express his sense of indebtedness to
"Massachusetts and nor noble workers."
A NEW AND iHraazsTrsro INVENTION nv PHO?
TOGRAPHY. -Monsieur Jean Elie Richard, an
experienced art is, of Colnmbia, ia now so?
journing for a few days in Charleston, a nd may
be found at Bollon* well known gallery, corner
of King and Market streets, where he will be
prepared to produce photographic vignettes
by a new and rc:ontly patented process, which
is said to guarantee a faithful sod exquisitely
finished likeness, at a reduced price. He will
be happy to exhibit bis invention to all who
THE elaborate and careful paper on the
caterpillar, published iu yesterday's NEWS, was
read with the interest which well digested
news, on a subject BO intimately connected
with the prosperity of tho low-conntry. must
always oomm ind. Wa trust that tho author,
who seems to have made the cotton worm
study, will soon let the public bear from him
0?JK HUS D K KD DO i.LA lt S REWARD,
for the arrest of i BOMAS MAL i.oy an irish
man. who ailed John Bo ly. Haid Mall -j ls about
M yean old. flvo feet els ut to nine ! noosa high,
florid c implexion, bias eye? dark bair, weicht ?boat
180 poaods, abd ha? a scar OD tho lace The above
reward will oe paid for hit delivery lu Bara ?ell Jail.
Whosoever uk-? th . above Mallo* win nouiy oHaS.
BD ?0>Ui IVS, Magistrats, at Aiken, A ?1
CB K UL KS HOLLY.
Sept 10 LUTHES HOLLY.
BOARD- KAM L.IK9UR BUGLE ??EV?
IL- M nN can oMaln BOA BD to a private fami?
ly Dy appMnfr at No 65 KING- > t BEET, three doors
above iradd-street. fmth Sept 10
WHO LU 4.1 B AND HETAIL
MO. 31* KING-STREET" CORNEL! OK SOCIETY.
always on hand a fine an l large assortment of
for Oigar Manufacturers, vis: OonieoVout, Pennsyl?
vania, Ns* Tors ?Ute H-eri, A . at ow pnoe*.
also Havant LVuf (rom st 10 per pound (br the
bale; upwards; Soe self work at ?140 per pound.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO,
eapeoially aol table for plantation nae, at 30 cents per
pound; larger quantitits atreducei rates.
at all prices, and
AU the celebrated brands it low rate?.
from $30 per thousand up vania to ISO.
Merchants and consumer? are respect tally invited
to C4? toe underaiiaed bung resolved to ulva aat
Sepile fm wi m" jr BI.*DS**N.
rpo KC orco.HISTS.
THE WINNSBORO NE Wo ANO FAIRFIELD
Published in WlnnsfcorV, S. C.
THE LARGSiNmirOBKA INO CIBCULlTIOV
ol the above papen (tn-weekiy and week y) in toe
upper oomoo, ot Sonni Carolina, wamst ?hs Pro?
prie ora In saying that they ottar aa gool lodaee
menta to advertise' a as tay other papers m the State.
DKSPOBr**, WILLI ?HS 4 GO..
? Sept 10_Proprietors
Q A R K IA OKS AND HARNESS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
TH1! SUB40RTBB* 18 HXPP7 TO INFORM HIS
friends and old m ?rom ors that lie has made arr .11 ge~
men E with the Oeebraieo Mn-a'ao urt.g Establish?
ment of M?B8r*.-MoLear A Kendall lo- the >u .piv of
? BUIilLBS ot all d>-fcripiiou.s and will be ready to
disirose ci >he sarre bv tn* 15 h inst m , ? thc old
g.and ol R W. Gale, No. ?6. sonib side of Woutworth
ST -oi. and bv strct atteu to.i tn bus o s and i uff
HtlOB- FOR GOOD ARPCLB'. to merit the--On?
nau mee nf patronage he has rec Iv d lor tue uart
twenty years. M. li. >AIHAN.
pUKUlililH; AND POItTABLB
THU OMOHB^IGNRD RB-'PStTTFULLY OALL<?
'hr> alU-urlo.'i of th-> nubuc to the above aimed
LIGti r, for whioi hi lu LOI pr?parai to r ce.ive
orders, lt ts cU'ueJ for tb H I.'?ht timt it is nupe
riorto Keros?n* or an; other iitumlnatlu^ Obs
that it is Non explosive, an I that lt glvei a Ibzn al
mont cqa il to that of Coal Gas, and ia Ju-it as cb>ap
A - amp e m iv be a?en at No 1 Boyoe'a Wharf, and
full infonnadoo Kivea bv
.uvastar ? nw Imo i\ J OOLOOOK Ja.
Wines, giqnora, (Cte.
Q L D W Q 1 ? IC I E t?.
i HS D J DB" Ks Ki NED U G LEAVE TO AN
N'uOMJE thu tbev have been appo ute i bv tie? ra.
U . x it Y -. BUNNI* tc CO. ot Pailtdelpai., tn-lr
so.0 Agents for the stile of SHIM .'trolla? for the
Sile ot their celebrated ACME X XX. XXX. XXXX,
N-CiAR CA HINE I and ober bends uLD <tT.<.
Thny ?iso trish to announce th it they w.ll he in
constant receipt of their ?OPP ;B Di-i IL'.EU
MOO * TAIN PORK BYE W HI* KI KS, asset from
Diatiii-ry at Hannltviile, Bossley Oounty, West
Liberal cootraots will be mi lc t ir la -ie lots of
new Whiskies tn hoad at Distiller? Warohoose,
ALACIO .* WTITk,
No. M E.y t Bay street.
Jans 18 wfmSmos Oharlestoa, & C.
WANTED, 31000.-WANTED A LOAN
of OW I H0U>s N(? DOLLARS for ono year,
on unencumbered city Beal Patato Ap >ly tu WIT.
MoKAT, Ny. 136 Meeting-street J, r-epi 10_
WANTKD, ORB COHO CAIVViSSKi:
tor each County In .-outh Carolina, except
Colleton, also Can'asceta U* Cbai leaton a a >n
gusta. Liboi al commission? allowed arith opportu?
nity ol making a permanent b?a' ness. No one neel
apply wbo cannot pay bis own expenses. Address
by let ter immediately. Advertising Agency, WAI IL?
ES, IV<N8 A COGS Wt LL, No 3 Broad-street,
Charlton, S. C, - -~.-._. fcept 9
WANTED, A STN GL tu COLORED
WOMAN, to coot, wash and Iron. ' Recom?
mend at i ona requirer. Apply 1&GA08DKN-8XRRKT,
east ?de, one door north of Montague. eept 7
WANTED TO RKNT, A SCHOOL
HOUSE and EE^lDi'Nt. E. Address, stating
terms, P.O.Box No. 169. wfmS2 auguktll
ANTED, A COMP fe. Tte SJ T AND KE
LIABLE MAM. a Coppersmith and Tin?
ner, accustomed to Railroad work. Good wages and
eteadj employment. Address 0. COLT IN rt, Master
of Machinery. A. and Ot. Bafiroad, havannah, Ga. '
Oii)Z A DAT MAl'E 1 AT H OUI II I 33
KP?5O entirely new articles for Agenta. Sam
p ea sent free. Address H B. fcHAW, Alfred. Me.
August ai ;_nao imo
Cl UT. HUNDRED HANDS WANTED, FOH
D ^work on the Brunswick sod Albany Railroad,
ueorgla. Wages one dollar and twenty five e+nvs
($1 35/ pet day. Free transportation ont. For fur?
ther p articular?, apply st the corner of Vanderhorst
and Coming streets, or at Forest Bouse, No 100
King-Street, ot Qt OBOE L. PBATT. J. V. MER
Chg. Agent BL and A B. B. feptl
AYOUNG HAS, OF FOUR TElRV
business experience tn this city, and capable
oi giving tbe best references her. desires a perma?
nent r-it nation in som* Wholesale Houae-cotton
Factorage preferred. Addree.? A. B. C., Box 80.
GOOD8KRVAATS. WHUE A VD COI
OREO, can be obtained by ayplj i og to Ell
PLOTHEN l* OFFICE, I?o. 60 Queen-streei.
WANTKD, A YOUTH r MUM lu to 40
years old, who would be williup to make him?
self generally useful as olerk In a etore io UnionvtUe,
K 0. Address POaTOFFICE BOX, No. 17. Onion
C. H., 6. O._^ _August ll
WAN TKO, RV ?. BAKU1KO S1ASI, A
situation in some Cotton Mill -oulb or Sooth
west; is acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed In them all. but should fleet WKAVING as a
cboioe. lartiea wiahiag to engage such a person
.Ul please address a note, stating term?, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 148 state-street, Boston. May 21
WA .Vt KU, KVKKVUUDV TO SUH
8CBIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBBARY.
CHARLES C. BIGHTEB'8 Select Library of New
Booka contains all o? the batest publications.
April 21_No. 161 K'NQ-STREKT.
CH I N K tl K LAROtt KUS.-PA UTI KS
wishing to employ large or small numbers of 1
CHINESE LABOBEBP, 0>ay make OaenecesFary
arrangements for procoring gang? of sla> required
delivered in any part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANsCHAAP, Ban Francisco, California
. /nly m_
\ ITA N TKO, KVEKTBUDY TO Ht BOW
Vf that JOB PRINTING of di kinda, plain and
ornamental, lt executed promptly In the neatest
styte and at the lowest New York prices,at lin
Mfa Job Offl. o, No. 119 fcAsV 84T Call and ex?
amine the acate of prices befare giving your orders
WANTED. AGENT? (OK THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK. In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Mewart, V h., of Miss,
i he wont covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment ot horses and mules,
both in sickness and tuait** It hu won Ita way to
popular favor, and is ta-uay the moat popular and
best selling Horse Book ont. Address O. V. VBN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* March 19
rit KN T, THAT LARGE AND COM
KO i MU-; HOC -Eat tbe northwest corner of
VAMDEIH(>B81 and KINO -IBKET*, over Dr.
Aimar'a D og - tore The Honse has recently teen
piinted and fitted up being a goo:l location soa
suitable for a Hoarding House or .-chool. aent low.
For further particulars, apply to No. IVANDER
rltKNT A li A HG K HALL. ELIGI?
BLY located and luiuble for a society. Also,
a fine BOOM tor a single gentleman, with topacate
entrance. Apply at No. ?ll KINO-? l'lt BK r.
OF KICK TO RKWT.-THA r DESIRA?
BLE OFFI E. No 40 BBOAU-STB?KT, COO
urning iwo rooms (Iront and baciiLnow in com.
pleie order. Applv on premises to I. 8. K. BKN
NETT. or to No. jg KINQ-sTRKET. Sept 8
KKlb - STATE AUK NTS, Adi) Ol HEBB
having bonnet to root, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest ratet and in th? newett
and neatest tty!?*of trpe, at IHK NKWS JOB OF
tlCE. No. 149 bast Ray
PR SAI E, 1100 ACHES OF Wt* LL
TIMBERED CND In lower prto! barnwell
Count', six miles from ?outh i-disto River. Terms
made very low For particulars, address Dr. C. B.
HU TIO, Graham's Turnout, c.s. K. B.
AuguM 30 nae 38
AUCTION KE HS, R KOKK RS, AND
others wishing "tor Hale" 1tarara*. Business
Cards or other Jon Printing er? outed with neat
n-tt and dispatch, ?rill oonsult their iutereet by leav?
ing tbe r orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICB, Na
H9 Ea.l Bay._
FOK SALK, OLD I K WSP AP? k\fj IN
any quantity. IHoe 73 oe uta per hundred.
The cheapest wrappinn paper that can be rued. Ap?
plv at tbe office of THE N WS. March 1
teal anti JOUV.?
STOLEN, ON LAST rio V DAV. FROM
JAMi> UUliROUdH' place, ttiree-qnarter-of
a ii ile from ad-on?s Roads, a small bay HIALLION,
with t ?bit* mark b-bind the oar, stray under the
saddle, and with email white epota on the lott ru i.p
A reward will be viren for his locoveiytf left at
LAD>ON'? BOAR'. 3? t-ept 19
FI)UNI>, A O ?COL--OA-KO UOLD
WAT' fl AND CHAIN, in Kins-street, In the
y esc of 1863 ibo ow -er can hive the s me bv
proving ur pu ty and paylmr expenses. Apply to
offl o DAI LT Naws. A a dross M. O. N.
t apt IO j?
F'?UND, A *AFK KEVON BAST B -Y,
be ween Qaren snd Aitr^et etronts which the
own** can havn by applying at the DAILY N .WS
OF1 ICE, aud pay Ir g expen-es -ept 8
TTHltlxD, ? GOLD UU- KN4MELLKD
AV BBE\?TPIN, wbloh the own r oin have by
applying at the D&ILY NEWa Office, and paying ex
Pauses t-ep! 1
QmcinUot af Copartarrs?ip.
NOTICK-Hit. OAMKL LKSD.8NKH 8
this day retired from our Firm, The nus
ne-s will be . ondooled in other restecte aa hereto?
fore, LKSEONE A WELL.?.
September 1,1880. eept 1
CHARLESTON. BOOTH CAROLINA.
TH1H FfH8T-0L?B8 HO TEL M'.UATKO IN A
pleasant location, and in tho ba-mees portion of the
cit , reud*rs it tbe most liestrable Hotel tor either
i>< mi i n. ? ii t or tran - . on t cues' a. . he accommod?t i on F
aruun?ari>as?cd. bavt-iu extensivo suites ?t elegantly
iu :<i.-nrd ap rt mc uti lot f miles a d single eootie
m< n Ibe oropn<-tcr will endeavor ?o maintain the
bi.'b rcpnt.itlou e- joyed bv the " 'barleaton" as a
tl M class bous-, an>i no effort ?iii be snared lo de?
serve a continuance of the ll be al pairouajtu lie i-to
lore bf?towel upon it
the be<i ot Live y aoeommodatious will be found
adjoining tbe cotubli-<hmeni
lbs house 1 KDppiled with 'he . elevated Arte
sian Waier ot winch ded^hifal ba ho cari be bid
either day or ui'jht v. D. J ' K-O^,
July 13 _Proprietor
QT. CLOUD HOTEL.
idis NEW AND OOafSfOl tOUS BOCHE f.Oi'Al
ED comer oi Broadwar and Poriy-seooadwiireet.
poeoesHe* a lvuntaget nv r ail otaer nouses tor the ar',
coamodatlou o. its anetta. U waa balli expreesiy
for a ftr-t-.-i .BB family bnardiag house-the roomt
be'uu' lar^e and en Halie, bested t-j stem-with not
an.i cold w ter. and tarnished second to none; while
the culinary Jepartmtu' is in tb.- most experienced
nands, alf- -rdii>u irnrsM au unequallnd table.
One of Atwood's pu-nt Klevaior? ia aiso among
the "modern Improvements" and at the service o*
guests u alt boura.
The Broadway and University Place cara pass tbe
door everv tour 11110016?, running from the < nj
Hail 10 ''su tr il Pa<k, while the -nth an.i event t
A venn?'ines are buta abort block 41 eituet sine
snorting ample facilities for commun cati ti-j snih ai
'be depo'B, ste-unlioat landimta, "laces of ?nrn?<
tnent and tmslnessofthe gred metropolis.
MUK IC ck HUH'Kl'. Proprietors.
^tlAKLKHTOn AG lt I ?J tl lo* SJ MAI
WAKE H OUSB AND SEED STORE.
AtiRlCULlVRAL IMPLEMENTS, OARDE1
ELL ER BE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE
vi Et?. E. PINOBRE
Nt>. HO Meeone-etreet, charle*ion.
March 31 6mo
THE HUME IVO tn AND BrjlI.DJ.SG AS
rpHB SEVENTY FIRST INSTALMENT ES DUR
X ? -Uli? (tate, und will b received by th? Treas?
urer, at ??o I Koa h Atlantis Wharf
The HoRu?ar Month'y Me.-tin?. fara KVDMQ. at
Maaoolo Hall, at ball-past bevin o'clock. fcjtcckhokJ
ero hanny Shar.s for ha o, will thoo have an oppot
tonlry to d apo* of them E. B. HACK bB,
Bout IO_recretary and Treasurer.
UaltPlOS Klr'LK CLUB.
ATTKNDAN ?DJ ?BNED MEETI VU OF YOUR
Chib TH3 EVEKTNO at half past eight o'clock.
Hy order. D. M. GILLI ?AND,
80pt 10 Secretary and Treasurer.
M. A. AND P. A.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THU ASSOCIA?
TION ?til be held at their Ball, at half-peat
Bi*ht P. M. Membora?will .please be punctual aa
brudnosa of Importance Will be brought leforethe
ineebag. Bf order,
ropt 10 ->--, Recretary.
Wottces in flankrnpifi).
IN THE DIST HI OT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOOTH CAROLINA.
AUGUST Ts BM, 1889. - IN THE MATTER OF
W F. RFD DI Mi, HANKED PT-PSTITIOM FOR
FOLL AND FINAL DI?i.'H ALGE IN BANK
HUPT' T.-ordered. That a hearing be had on
the votntTK BAT OW OOTOBSB, A. D. 1BB9, at Fed
eral Courthouse in Charlea.on, 8. C., and that
a l oroditors, Ao., of said Bankrupt appear at
said time and pas-, and show cause, if any they
car., why the prayer of the r e?rlonor should not ba
By order of the Court, tho 24th day of August 1869.
DANIEL HOBLBIKTK, ?
Clerk of the District Court of iba U. K. fer 8. C.
August 27 13
RAILROAD BONDS AND COUPONS, GUARAN?
TEED BY THE STATE, vis:
S par tan burg and Union
Greenville and Columbia
Savannah and Charleston.
Apply to L. G s il BRILL A CO.,
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January 1 }V
JjilRE ARD MARINE
B THE FOLLO WINO)
W K LL-K.ST A BL I SH KD COMPANIES.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York, Cub Capital and Sur?
PH ENTE INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York, Casa Capital and Surplus. 1,640,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of New York, Ce?h Capital
and Surplus. 1,9*90,000
MANHATTAN IN UU-NCE COMPA?
NY, of New Yo.k Cash Capital and
Surplus. . 1,300,000
NORTH AME I 'AN INSURANCE .
COMPANY, of New York, Cash Capi?
tal and Surplus. 795,000
CRN I RAL CITY IN b? Ra N CK COMPA?
NY, of Selma, Capital. 200,000
Aggregate, Severn Million Dollars.
Samuel Y. Tupper, Agent,
TN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK
Sept 10 BUILDING, EAST BAY.
Q. E D II G I A
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
PIBE AND LIFB DEPARTMENTS 8EPIRATE
and distinct by charter. $10?.OOO paid into toe In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in thia Company,
h tock li ol (lera wealthy and responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only sui
per cent ol its earnings to the Stockholders ; tho
rest o f the prouts divided among the Policyholders;
on the c ntl ibution plan.
lire Department baa been In successful opera?
tion tor aiz months, and baa already accumulated
Life uepanment in full and successful operation,
and vielng with old companies m its success.
All of its Pollens non-torfetrable. and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together witta
an am,ulty table and return premium plan.
No restrictions upon travel, place of residence or
occupation. ' -
Women insured on same terras as mea.
Loans half of its picmiums, Ko notes taken,
orr ion HS:
W. J. LAWTON, President.
J. 0. Mo RC EMLY, Ylce-Presidant .
H. J. Liu Hi PO or, HOC rotary.
0. F. MCOAY. i'ousti uting Aoraary.
P. H. WRIGHT, Examiniag Physician.
Tbl? Company la now prepared toiake ilska either
tn the Fire or Life D erar tm enta, and solicits a share
ot the patronage of the city and sta-e.
JT. G. HOL M KS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolins.
Local an i Travailing agents wanted in all oarta of
the r-ta'e. Liberal commissions allowed, or a asti?
ary lt* preferred. Applications to be made to
J O HOLMES. Jr.. General agent, No. 35 Broad
street, Charleston, S. C
V A R D I A ? MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised In 1850.
ALL POLICES NON-FOBFEI FABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASU DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PIB CENT.
Polices In force.8^3,000 OOO
Annatal Income. 800.000
Loawea Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECEHAU, President.
WH.T. BOOKER. V ce-Proa dent.
L. Mo ADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FTJDICKAU. Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, w York.
Boo JAMES HARPER, Etrmof Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor *ew York.
JOBH J. Caa ?rr. President Bank Republic.
Wat Sf. Vamxtx.Tr. Hanker (Vermllye ta Co.)
CHAS G. Ii ocr WOOD. Cashier Newark Banking Oom?
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKB. ex-Mayor of New York.
Minor i-. M o ma A.n. Banker
THOMAS RI O it ET. Firm Thomas Rigney k Oo.
BRM/, a. H*B?AX, rreaso.r-r New York Stetm Sn
gar BaOning Company.
A ABOS A ano LD. Firm of Arnold, Ooo ?table k Oo.
BICH ABD H. Bowra, Wetmora k Bowne, Lawyers.
R V. HAUOUWOOT, Firm E. V. Banghwoat ta Od.
Wat WtLrrra, Firm of W. WUkens ta Co.
J cuirs H. PEA TI, Merohant.
Wat, W WRIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. .TAM, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Gao. W. CUTLSR, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Oro. T. HOPI, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOH* O. tHE -WOOD Park Place.
WALTO? H. PECKJLAX, Corn or Pith Avenue and
EDWABP H. * ai o HT, Newark, N. J.
oro. W FAKUCX, oinoseUor.
W. L. Coo ti WELL. Merchant
otkOituE it u n,
0 EN EB AL AGENT FOR HOl?TH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BBENSTJBRNA, ?xamiulug Physician.
GENERAL AOBXr FOR lIBABLa&IM.
?ifflce No. !*6.J Ktr>-?-street.
OH ABLBiTON, rt. 0
J .ino-ry 13 oao_lyr
j) ll (I O K li Y .1
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
l-NOr.S ALL KIN >S OF LIFE A ND BM DOW
MENT POLICIE-. Dlvid nd- anon Hy in cash.
Onlv < om pan y having ihe Definite Uuarant*ed -ur
reuder-Yalue Pl ID Police?, worid-wide. .second to
no Company in the United State? ior stability, libe?
rality and economy
Offlco Na 111 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN ??. BOUOK, President
Wu. M. COLT, * eeretsry.
State Agency Na 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing agents wanted throughout
Apply io person or bv letter to
JAM ICS G. HOLMKS. Jr.,
General Agent tor Booth Carolina.
Joly ia nawf Amos
J OH H IA. ALHlAADKH,
NOT ART VU DUC AND 6EXA'RSL AGENT,
No. ift orosad-nrwot.
RESPECTFULLY SOLiOrir- B?SiHfHS IN Ai .
JUSTIN** AO lOUNTt? -ol Merchants ABO others,
and in waiTiN? UP AND POttTING tneir BOOB u,
e-ih-r tn pan or whole, tar. Jaoosry 9
(?ro?crif5 ano ?RiflcetaMS.
^SUGAB AMD MOLASSES. 4
. 10 hods Mea -otado Molasses
30 itorcea } Dri*bt 2*riy Cl0|> Cl*7e<i M(>,4Mea
?or salo by f. A. ENSLOW st CO.,
Sept 10_2_Ha 141 East Bay.
LIVERPOOL fr ALT.
Q7AA SlCK'fl'LTOV BOABD BRITISH
O j Uv/ Bark Vino . J at arrived. For sale ky
8ept 10_2_BAVENcL ft CO.
? fi TOWS EGLINTON FIO IBON. ON BOARD
rjw British Bark Vinco, from Liverpool. Fer
tala br BAVEN EL k 00.
be pt 10_. _ a
FOR SALE LOW. TO ARRIVE,
BALES ll INCH DUNDEE BAGGING FOB
Sea Island Cotton.
J. D. AXE RN k CO.,
Sept 10_Sooth Atlantic Wharf.
OK BALES GUNNS CLOTH
j? D 25 rolls T. 0. k Ca's Sea Island Banda*;.
In store. For sale hy W. OURS EY.
Sept 10_6 Bo. 101 Baa? Bay.
CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR
AND MO LAS S KS.
50 So tarrelsl CH0ICE T*T0 81100 ST4*
?0 hbds. Choice Porto Bice Mol*****, A
Forsale by SI BEE 1 BROTHERS A CO.
Sept 9_ ' ' " _" 3
No. L PERUVIAN GUANO.
AAA TONS Nr. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
JUU B?NTED PUB a lior sale by
gtptl_T. J. BEBB APO.
fr fT BALES EXTBA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 4A
it) to 15 lncbes wide, and weignlng 3S poonda.
For sale by T. J. KERB k CO.
Sept 3_. ,
< OAL AFLOAT.
EED ASH COAL. BOG AND 81 OVE SIZE?, AND
BLACKSMITH'S COAL all of the best quality.
Now landing from the bark B. K W Dodge, and for
aale by H F. BAKER L GO.,
ceptS_3_No. 20 Cumberland-street
SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH
OF EXTRA WEIGHT AND WIDIH, AND CLOSE
texture. For sale by
C. N HUBERT.
8epc6_6_No. ll Bast Bay.
Gi NM CLOTH,
ON THE SPOT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale by
Anyast20 GEO. A. TBE? HOLM k SON.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. BY
Dr. H. BABB,
Jone 26_Na lal Meeting-street.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RM AIL BY DB. H. BABB, Na 131
MEEI IsG-STREET- ?
BIoON'o TOBACCO ANTIDOTS
Bose's Ooutih Syrup
Schenk'? Palmonlc Kj rup
Schenk's Seaweed Tonic
Cherottee Injection *
& peart' Pratt Preserving ?elation
German Blood or ..Kaiser'' PUK Ac.. Ac
Fleming's Worm Confections
Weight's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's syrup Hypopbosphitii of Lime
Van Den ?en's Worm ou'ectioaa T
Hurley's Wo m Oaody
Bardotte'" Worm cugar Drops
Graten berg Pills
8chanenberfw*8 Fewer and Ague Pili?
McLane's Liver rills
LIDn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Boodling Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's ? iterative
Jayne's Ha native P?la
Badway'a Beady Belief
BMW*?'s B. Pill*
Rv!way's Beady Resolvent.
June ai mwf
g O U T H IC ll Si
LIFE INSURANCE 00 MP A NT,
PURELY A BOUJHBBN INSTITUTION.
Assets Joly 1, 1869.....15*0,080
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FOB TY PEB CENT.
INSUBRS LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAY- LO?SEs lu principal business is with
Konthern States, and to them it appeals for patron?
age. lt bas ample means to fully protect policy-hold?
ers and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, P eaid-nL ?.
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLQCI I T, Vic-Presidents.
A. AC-TELL. E. HOLLAND, Flaai.ce committee.
W. C. M ORRI-, eioretaiy.
BO ABX> or DiaxoToas,
Atlanta. Ga.-JOHN B. Goaxoif, a Ausizix, H. W.
HOIXAMD, J. F. A LEX AND aa. J. H. JALLAWAI, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. 0. YAMOBV, Baw. H. HILL, ROB
EST 1 HO ii AS
Columbia, 8. C.-WAD* HAMP**!.
Angus'*, Ga -O H Parum EDWAJBD THOMAS.
Madison. Ga.-D. E. P?ruo.
WvHiDKlos, Qi.-Rowwwf loOKM.
Cutnbert, Ga-B J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga -a. H. CoLotrrrr.
Charlotte. N. C.-WM J Buawrov.
Allendale 8. C -8. L. WILLUIOHAM.
Greensboro, N C.-W. A. CALDWZLX.
J. H. MILLICH, Oe ne ravi Age n t,
At GUSTA, GA.
S. V. TUPPKH, Resident Agent,
i;H ABLEST ON, & C.
H. W. DEHAUS-URE M. D., Medical Examiner.
Ausust 13 DM 2oos
j_r-OL.UK? di MACBETH,
No. 39 Broad-street.
Charleston, n. O..
BROKERS, AUCTION BEBtv BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION- AGKJiTs
Will atttend to Banting ai d Ootleoting of Beats
and parchare and sa e ol siocts Bonis, Gold,
Silver and Rel' Estate.
To ?be Parchase ot Good* and Happlies for partit B
In (he country npou roanouiWe erma.
GeoHos li "ot-ttas.i?stsi)r:a HACBBTB.
yyiLLIS a. MIIMM B,
FACTOKH, COMMISSION MICROHANTR
WILT. ATTEN L? TO THE. PURCHASE, BALE AND
IHIPYIENT ito voru'gn ?nc Doaeatic Portai si
COTTON, RICH, LOM BER \NU NAVAL STORES,
a TL AN HO W H A BF, C baale non, E. C.
K. WILLIS..*, K. CHIBOLM
C. ALDKN ?t CO.,
No. 34} PINE-8T ?BET,
NEW TOBE: arr.
W. a ALDEN, ?
WM. ELLI Ol 1', j York.
J. M. MORGAN, tate of Chariest m, R. C
NegotUte rales cf SOU i HERN BEAL ESTATE,
sad exchanges of he aime for Merchandise, Ac.
Beter to Messrs. Geo. A. Tren bo m k Son, Charies
ton. H. C._Sept!
0 II A S. HICK BY,
a I LD RB,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANU?AO
No. 845 KIN6-3TREET.
CB A RLE-TON. fl. C.
LOOKING-GLASS** of aal alies fitted ?0 Frames.
Jory IS PAO fttWSsM