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jr MW a ? u BE M A RY.
closed in" New Tork on Saturday at
closed i abade low?r. Midd lie g
-In Lrv^ool, oC'SahrrrJay,' ootton closed
skouy. Uplands 13|d. Orleans 13|(L Sales
..-The "Last Hope" is tho suggestive name '
of a New York sociable.
-There are now 80 000 whito voters in Texas
out ol the lia .OOO registered.
-The Whi'o Sulphur Springs paid its pro?
prietors ?36 000 apiece tb is season.
-The London Lancet complains that tight
laoing has again made Us appearance.
-Ex-8enJtor Hos. A. O. P. Nicholson ii
suggested fot'the Tennessee BOD at oreo ip.
- - Oolomtwsj Miss., is to bay? a three days'
toqrn*r?pnr" beginning on the 6th of Ootdber.
-There are-one hundred towns m Sansas
that claim to be the "railroad centre" of the
?, SJ-The venerable Archdeacon of Montreal,
who is over sixty, has married a yoong lady or J
-Au enitrtrrlsing Frenchman has planned a
saxe ra a brown-srtono front on Fifth Avenue,
and there is wrath thereat
-A e?nvent'for tho colored "Sisters of Prc
vidence" is being built in New Orleans? the first
of the kind for that noe in Louisiana.
-The appro*ohing ?utanary of Humboldt
hisrjaos?d theannoaDcement in Oer many of
tavanty-foor ne w books on tbs great man.
-Norfolk bas an ordinance by which only |
eight bootblacks are allowed to work in the
tnkj, and ea oh of those has bis own district.
-Twouty-eight colored women left Norfolk,']
Virginia, in tho Boston steamer for Massachu?
setts, Tuesday afternoon, for domestic service.
-Salvator Patti, father of .Madame Stra
koseh, Madame Adelina Patti-Canx and Mlle.
Carlotta Patti, died on tho 20th of Augustin
Pahs.. >>y ' . .
-The bronze statue of tho Queen, intended
for llsiniw' finn arrived there, and the cere- ^
' acoiy of unveiling will be performed by Prince
J * Arthur.
. -The b?lrard table manufactory of Ksva
haugh & Becker, at tho intersection df Canal
and Cantu streets, was barned'Friday night
Los8$90.00a Pally inaureA. .
-Lards Wallenpark %p4 Puget and Gene
"'. raia Stat gl? ariel Cuacar, and others, went on
. ' a buffalo tSbt near Hayos City, Kansas, Wed?
day, and killed forty buffaloes io five hours.
."-The yarras of two negro aldermen of mis?
sissippi nearly killed each ocher in a little
difference of opinion, as to whjch bsd tbe pre
oadepoe of tbs other, bj virtue of ber hus- j
-The college) of the City.of New York has
betti in oooBttHstioo aboojt retaining a' profes?
sorship qt .Greek and Latin. "After a long dis?
cussion tbe classics won by a vote of trus?
tees-eight to one.
-A des t ruo ive fire, which has extended out
- fgOSt near Y nJfoik for twenty miles, is prevail?
ing ie th? Dismal Swamp, buming op in ita
coursa thousand^ of staves and shingles and
much standing timber.
-Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Cc, of Sew York,
say ?hoy have never dono aa large a business
. at this time' fri any previous year. They attn,
bate th s tact to their having advertised moro
this season tban ev?r before.
-Four of a Rang of colored mao implicated
in the murder of Sbtfiiff Rog. of Robeson
County. V. C.,have boen arrested after a weary
pursuit. One of tnern. John Divs, bsa con?
fessed the whole transaction,
-California wines, it ia asserted, will now be
wore extensively used on tbe Atlantic ooesc
and the States bordbring on the Mississippi,
afaoethe fret?tit from San Ba*ncisco haa bee i
radneejl to H 50 per hundred pounds, one-half
the former charge, whieh was represented as j
being prohibitory of tbe trade.
-During ihr' gale at Borton Mr. ii. M. Clark I
waa walking tbs street, when a furious frost of
wind tore up tbe wooden sidewalk os which be [
walking, ?nd the timber was hurled with
she* violeeoe against his head thai his skull
waa badly fractured, hu Rps severely out and
one o? los arma broken. He died in a short
- - A earoo rd arning eight hundred and twenty
five cases of frait, of which seven hundred and
thipy-eight were Wed with grapes, arrived in
Kew York t be other day from California. The
grapes were entiiejy Jolted to pieces by their
seven days' journey. The road from Chicago
to Hew York waa much rougher than that
across tbe plaina.
-Tho fencmc around tbe site of tbe new
pcatnffloe tnildiug ai New York, opposite tbe
Astor House, waa leased a few days since for
tyro years for advt rtiai nar pur pote*. The bids,
ever, two hundred in number ranged from $300
to 115.000. i he successful competitor was re?
garded as having paid sx price entirely too
high to save bim from loee. That this idea
?ss a mistaken one is evidenced by the faoc
that ou Tuesday last Mr. Bonner p-.id 1500 for
the pnvi ego of its exclusive use a singlo day.
-Adieu to obig nona. The Empress has de?
creed that hirb puffs sad frisettoB shall no
longer exist. Tba long ohatolnne braids,
looped ak the back of the bead an I f ailing to
^Buoeiders, are hereafter tbe stylj. There
ist ac evide&A trace of tbe changes in the Em?
press' sentiments in these m>d.M of hair
dressing sad toe fashions which follow them.
In ber brilliant primo sbo-omu!?ted the spen?
ders Sod frivolities of Maria Antoinette's court
and the mirMwleries ot La Vt 11er ie and Pompa
dour. Io ber pensive and graceful decftue abe
rerert? to the stately and exclusive m muera of
tbe ancient chatelaines. These suit tho hoop
lesa ak<rt of fl >wing velvet or pontt, the cava?
lier plaina and tba .wide'brimmed nat, the em?
broider si gauntlet and tbe drooping braids.
One Whl no longer rococo se the fashions of
fki ?rmi mon?e and pf mogs' favorites i. tbs
|1lt?iiriite Of ooqaettish puffs and long
ariiau.' ' i fesses, itt the dress . fluttering witb
tfsoone and bows and hgbt with boul iou?; ?
nra decor?os and 'aristocratic attie,
tbe lats, costly, baa ita advent with the
-A meeting of tbe Shipownera' Assoc ation
waa bett In Maw York last weak. at ?hieb
" was a spintcd daooaaion of the la w
which prohibits the sailing of foreign-built
vessels under the American flag. The pre?
dominating sentiment of the principal speak?
ers was that oar shipping interests were ra?
pidly declining, and that the only remedy was
free trade. It was stated that in New Bruns?
wick the wooden part of the bull of assailing
vessel was built at 122 in gold Mr ton, while
on the opposite side of the river in Maine the
the same thing in every respect would cost
$45, currency, and that the people could not
be expected to invest in shipping nuder such
circumstances. A committee of five was ap?
pointed to draw up a suitablo rm norial to be
presented to Congress. TJ av ? d tho opposi?
tion of the shipbuilders wiio MI bul less the re?
peal of this law would entirely rain, it was
suggested that Congres? should further re?
mit the duty on all such shipbuilding material
SB has the fall Internal revenue tax imposed
-The baby market in New lork is active,
judging by the advertisements of that trade in
.the city papers, which show a demand and
supply of three or four dozen per week. The
adoption, or more literally the Bale, of inno?
cents has attained the dignity of a regular
business, supporting a number of establish?
ments and many private speculators. Strictly
speaking, it cannot be classed as a productive
.industry, since the producers of the commodi?
ty clo not reap the profits, those belonging
entirely to tho "female physician'" who man?
ages the e?l?. The supply is obtained from
those mothers who have becomo such
"ontsid? the conventional rules," as Mrs.
Stanton phrases it, and the demand is found
among thoso whoso moans and circumstances
?M favorable, but to whom nature is not be?
nignant. The former are usually anxious to
dispose of their encumbrances, and the latter
to obtain each ornaments of the household by
purchase if no other moans are possible. And
in this they h ive the advantage of wives osten?
sibly mere favored, since the baby mart allows
of a wido Roleotion, in which preferences as to
.sex. complexion, &*& and disposition may ia
.great measure be consulted. Some pureba- j
sera prefer brunettes, others blondes, and the
agents advertise their merchandise in assorted
parcels. Blondes rule highest at present, a
first-class specimen, with blue eyes, bringing
one hnndred dollars.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 13. 1869.
Tia? ii ?St Cotton Crop. *
Bj ? apeoiaf telegram to TH* NEWS, pub
Iis?ed in another column, it appears thai
tho total notion crq? of 1868-'69K acoording
to tbs New fork Shipping and Commercial
List, ia 2,260,557 bales. Tais statement wiP,
we are sure, greatly surprise all who are
interested in our great staple, as it falls far
below the lowest estimate up to the present
time by those who are accustomed to give
muon attention to cotton statistics. The
New York Shipping and Commeroial List's
Crop Statements hare for many years been
accepted as the authority by whioh the BO
thal amount of the erip should be deter?
mined, and we do not desire prematurely
to question the correctness of its figures in
the,present instance. We feel bonnd to
My, however, that mun h dissatisfaction was
expressed last year, at the unusual and
large additions wade by the Shipping List
to the aotual receipta' at the por,ts, and by
whioh the crop of. 18t7-'*S wit madejtarg'ely
to exoeed the estimates of,other well in?
formed authorities It seems passing strange
that the same journal should, ?fair,
have made the orop so much smaller than
everybody anticipated. We shall await the
receip of the full details of the estimate,
and may have more to say apon the sub?
ject, should we see reasonable, cause to
doubt their aeonraoy.
Tlae lout Exeoey^jve Infamy.
One night in November last, a deliberate
and cowardly murder took place about
three miles from Laurensville, whioh, owing
to the blameless character of the victim, a<
well as the exceptional brutality of the deed,
sent a thrill of horror through the communi?
ty of Laurens and the adjoining counties.
Dr E. Clinton Shell, a young physician of
the highest promise, waite quietly ridingvjko
the publie road, accompanied by three otb er
gentlemen, was soddenly fired upon by par
ties ia; ambush. Dr. Shell fell mortally
wounded. Although diligent search was at
once made for the murderers, no cloe to
their identity could be obtained; and dayn,
and weeks, and months elapsed, end the
orime remained still a mystery. Early in
Jnne, however, a negro nam id George
Simpson, in a confidential talk with another
negrofskponfeeaed hie participation in the
bloody aWd, and revealed the oironm
stances ander wbioh it wes committed. Ao
o irding to his statement, tSe party consist?
ed of fifteen blacks, who left the village
early ia the night, and through fields and
by paths betook themseles to the point of
rendezvous, whioh WM at the forks of the
Greenville and Tumbling Shoals roads. Here
they lay in wait until Dr. Shell and his friends
bad reaohed that point, when the guan
were fired, with the result already stated.
As it happened, this conversai ion was over?
heard by respetable gentlemen, upon whose
testimony, corroborated by strong circum?
stantial evidence, Simpson WM convie ed of j
murder io the tiret degree The jury in tbe
oa?e waa* composed of whites and bUcki.
?nd their verdict was rendered after only a
few minutes' deliberation. The case, in
fad, was so olear that the prisoner's ooun
nel eotroely attempted to disprove the
oharge that Simpsou was concerned iu tbe
killing, but rested their defeiian upon the
plea that it wm apolitical attastination, timi
not murder. Ju<ig- Vernon, who tried the
aase, sentenced the prisoner to be hung on
the third Friday in this month.
8inee his conviction, Simpson has on two
occasions admitted that he was the party
tbat murdered Dr Shell. But the murder
sr is a coal black negro and a Radical voter,
while his victim was a highlv respectable
and inoffensive white man. Our readers,
therefore, will not be surprised to hear that
3>mpeoa bas been made (he reoipient of the
)!em?ucy of our model Governor OiW-d
lesday last. Hubbard. Scott's head oon- . |
..able, appeared in Liurensville and carried | j
'ff the condemned man, the death penalty
living been eommuted to a nominal impris
itvment for life. Should this blaok murder
ir fail to be generously allowed to escape
i ia Tolbert-from durance vile, he may at
pa?r count with jotfdenoe apon receiving
. full pardon in good se&aon tb cast a vote
a?the next election.
The "Third Party" Flaw*.
The views of our contemporaries oM
State press on the question of the formati
of a "Third Party," have now been pre!
thoroughly ventilated, and it is safe to s
that the movement has been effectual
throttled at its birth. This is reluotanl
admitted even by the Ofangeburg News,
paper whioh, while upholding Republic
principles, has not hesitated to express
unqualified disgust at the rottenness a:
rascality whioh pervade the Radical par
organization in onr State. Heretofore
has been rather sanguine in regard to t
"Third Party" projeot; but in ita last isa
ia a leader headed "The End of the Wh<
"Matter," it reviews the attitude of t
pren of the State, and wisely and grac
fully concludes to give up the whole achei
as impracticable. It says : "THE CHABLI
"TOW NEWS and Columbia Phoenix, prob
"bly the leading papers of South Carolin
"on account of their large circulation ai
"the fact of their being published at tl
."two great m?tropoles of the State, ha
"both 'trimmed their sails' somewhat
"meet the wind; but they both advocate tl
"maintenance and reorganization of tl
"Democratic party." It then goes on
admit that the State papers generally ?ol
the opinions of THE CHARLESTON NEWS,
favor of the Democracy, but consoles itae
with observing the general dispositit
whioh they evince to liberalize the platfor
of their party, especially in the recognitic
of the accomplished facts of reconstruct^:
Thia disposition it bails as a good aigi
Repeating ita declaration that the Republ
can party in South Carolina "is not respe
"table," it openly, expresses the "hope thi
"the next election will result in the r
"demptiou of the State out of the handa
"the men who have been lured here fi
"booty, back into the keeping of her sons.
It adda :
"Is not this a 'consummation devoutly to 1
wished?' Yes! audit may be realized. M
shall not stickle for a name mon so great
qnestion is at^stake. THE CHARLESTON NEW
in a late issue, would divido the State into tn
great parties, 'Radicals and Anti-Sadicah
There is reason and a sound policy in thi
Be this the division, and let ns array ourselv<
for the conflict. Bury doep in the past tl
prejudices against our ch an 20, .and turn tr.
blighting influence of our circumstances int
good. Do this and your actions will eave yoi
We cordially welcome the Orangebur
Newe into the ranks of the Anti Radio
The Unionville Times talks right out i
meeting on the subject of the proposed rt
pudiation by the white people of the Stat
of all responsibility in the future for th
outrageous debt whiob a wasteful and dil
honest administration, backed by a vent
and corrupt Legislature, is reokleaaly pilin j
np on the backs of the taxpayers of Sont!
Carolina. In order that the capitalists 0
the North may have an opportunity to knot
how our people feel and talk about th
South Carolina bonds, already far too plen
tiful, and the issue of whioh there ia rea
eon to fear has only begun, we reprodnoi
the timely and temperate article of om
Unionville contemporary :
??Th? ? Bflnnhlioap nivrtiT
email portion of the taxpayers, and the mern
bera of that party care very little how mud
taxes are extorted from the panes of thoa?
whom they have not the honor to represent? .
"Concerning our State officials, there ?t<
painful rumors; and these rumors are gone'
rally believed. Wo havo heard of private en?
terprises being abandoned, from aa uraocc
that no charter of a joint-stock company could
he obtained from the South Carolina Legisla?
ture, without money sufficient to pay the mem?
bers of that body for their votes. We have
heard Governor Scott charged with boing indi?
vidually interested in measures which he offi?
cially commended to the Legislature. We have
heard that tho Chatham Railroad, and the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad, had suc?
ceeded in having their rcs poet ivo bills passed
by'tbe freo us? of mo any distributed among
the Republican members of that high body.
And now we hoax that Governor Scott is pre?
pared to recommend to the coming' session of
Iho Legislature au appropriation of monoy
say ten millions of dollars-I o carry oat' a
measure of internal improvement in whioh ho
has largely invesied-nine millions to complete
the work, and one million to buy tho votes
necessary to obtain the appropriation. We
hope these things are not so, and th: t Veritas
will promptly deny them. But the people do
believe these charges, and it is even suspected
that the contractors believe them too. If an
additional ten millions of dollars aro put upi n
the market, as the guaranteed bonds ot an in?
complete railroad, the total accumulated bond?
ed debt of South Carolina, daring the eighteen
months of Republican rule, will approximate
fifteen million of dollars, with an annual inter?
est thereon of over one million dollars.
"Can wo stand it ? Not well. Can wo avert
it? Our people have no money for State bonds.
The State bonds will be sold on Wall-street.
Wall-street believes to-day that a few more
years will put every Southern State back under
tbe control of Southern white men. These
bonds must be paid then-so Wallstreet
thinks-sy appropriations made by Southern
wbito men. Well now. we ask Southern white
mon to step forward and protest against tuoir
liability to pay bonds guaranteed at the in?
stance of a Governor wno ia individually inter
13 cd, and part of which bondi was paid to
disreputable legislators as tho piiuo of their
vote. Let Wali-Btreet and tho couimon-ial
world undorataud. fr im tho oaUpokcu declar?
ations of ail persons who h ivo the State's in?
terest at hear t that tboy do not feel a moral
obiigauou lo pay these bonds res mg upon
them, and thu bonds will bo aa insubua upon
the market, with no buying rates, and very iow
telling ones. Lot thom KO forth dopoudout
upon the solvency ot an uucousUuetod rail?
road, and contingent upon the continuance in
offices of non-taxpayers, as a claso, and uot
even the financial ability of that rising finan?
cial light, who assists Governor Scott in the
manipulation of South Carolina finances m
New York, will be ablo to put them above
twenty-five cents m the dollar.
"Jost here ia the proper plane for tho sneer,
thai we are endeavoring to depreciate South
Carolina bonds. Not so; we wish our people to
publish io the world that they rc not Sonth
UaroKna bonds. If Governor Scott and Re
pub loan legislators, unmincfol of their trusta,
legislate by bribery and vote as ttuy are paid,
feeling no interest in the future payments of
labilities now incurred, surely they, who do
'eel an interest, ehonld properly assort and
iroclaim to the world in advanoe that these
itt-u-s of corruption and extravagance will not
io paid if we can help it.
-'Rest assured that snob a voice would be ,
eepected, and ita depreciating lnfloenoe opon
he anticipated bondswooldbury tbern forever.', I
SITUATION HM?TKD, TO COOK AND
WsSH, by a white female of unappis domable
character. Apply at No. 6 sr. PHILIl'-SlKi ET,
first bouse north 0/ Normal School.
Sept 13 _2?
ANTKD, A TIDY GI Kin TO Do
hons-woii sud mind children. Recommen?
dations requir. d. Apply at No. 3 SMITH'S LANE.
11/ ANT KD, PHuTUGKAPH? TO t?L
V ? oit rn the latest rtyles.* Orders promptly at?
tended te if accompanied with written directions as
to hair,eyes, ribbon, Ac, and i.>tt at So. 179 EAST
BAY, or FOGARUB'O CIR? ULATING LIBRARY,
in Bend of Klug-etreet. 1* Sept 13
WANTED A PEJIALK TKACHEK,
thoroughly competent to teach all of the
English brancaes and Music. Address W. H. W.,
ST. MATTHEWS, S. 0._6_Bept ll
AYOUNO MAN, OF FOUR YEAHS'
business experience in this eily, and capable
ol Riving the best ref aren ces here, desires a perma?
nent situation in some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage preferred. Address A. B. C., Box 30.
Sept 1 _Imo?
WANTED TO RENT, A SCHOOL?
HOUSE and RESIDENCE. Address, stating
terms, P.O. Box No. 169. . wfmU August ll
?Ti OOH BKRViNTS. WHITE AND COL
VT OBED, can be obtained by ayplying to EM?
PLOY M ENI' OFFICE, >o. SO Queen-etreet.
August 23 _
WANTED, A YOUTH FROM 10 to ?0
years old, who would be willing to make him?
self generally useful ss clerk in a store in Union ville,
8. 0. Address POaTOFFICE BOX, No. 17, Union
C. H., 8. O. August 14
ffllQfl' A DAY MA OK AT HOM Kt 33
entirely new articles for AR>>nta. Sam?
ples sent free. Addma U B. SHAW, Alfred, Mo.
August 24 DAO_Imo
WANTED, nv A MARRIED MAN, A
situation to some Cotton Mill -oath or South?
west; ia acquainted with all branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should select WEAVING as a
cholos, i artie*, wishing to engage sucha person
will please address a note, stating terms, to JO UN J.
KELLY, No. 1<8 Mate-street, Boston. May M
WANTED, KVKIt?UUU? TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRABY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTEB'B Select Library of New
Booka contains all ol the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET. .*
wishing-Vvemnjox htfge or small bambers of
CHINESE .LABORER*, tray maire tie neceseary
arrangements for procuring gang? of slat-required.
delivered in any part of.tbe oonntry, by application
to KuoPMANaOHAAP, San Francisco, California
^H-,.^ v . _
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WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
tbat JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, la executed promptly in the neatest
style and ' st the lowest New York prices, at 1 HS
NEWE Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY Call und ex?
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WANTED. AGESTS KOR THE AMKl'.I
OAN FA UM f lits' HOUSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart, V. K, of Miss.
The work covers Oas whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mules,
both in sickness and health. It has won its way to
popular favor, and la today the most popular and
bent selling Horse Book ont. Address 0. F. VRN ,
Publisher, cincinnati, 0. Gmo? March 19
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DWEiXING. NO 218 Coining-street, contain?
ing four Moms klcoen, and gas thronguout, with
floe cistern and weil ot water For terms, appL to
W.<M.DA\VaON, Real IC ta lo Agent, No. 63 Broad
street . ._2_Kept 13
rHEAT. TH \T LA ICG K ANO CUM
MOi I nus UvU -E at the northwest corner of
VANDKIHORSI and KINO *lRHKTs, over Or.
Ai mar's D.ug -tore Tbs House nas rocently been
painted and fitted np being a goo I location sad
suitable for a boarding Bouse or -:hool. bent low.
For farther pan ionian, apply to No. i V ?MM.lt
TO RIC NT. A LAKGK HALL, ELIGI?
BLY located and tultable for a society. Also,
a line ROOM tor a single gentleman, with separate
entrence. Apply at No. 311 KING-S LUKEr.
OF KICK TO BKNT.-THAT DESIRA?
BLE OFFI E, No. 40 BBOADrSTBKET, con
tjinin? two rooms (Iront and back), now in com?
plet? order. Applv on premises to I. 8. K. BEN?
NETT, or to No. 255 KINOWT-'tET. Sept 3
BEAL. "'STATE AGENTS, ANUOIHEU8
having housea to rent, can have their Placards,
ftc, printed at Ute lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of type, at IHK NEWS JOB O I'?
ll ICE, No. 149 Ksst Kay
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? 'UMBERED L?ND in lower pun of Barnwell
Count , en milos (rom south Fdisto Rlror. Terms
made very low For particulars, address Dr. C. B.
HUT I O, Graham's Turnout, 0.3. R. R.
August 20 OM 36
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OUGnN, containing thirty-five 8.ops.
A SMALL PARLOR ?'liGAN, containing four
MOOR, in a handsome Roaewood Case. Apply at
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dtr. orsf-sreeL thoiu3 b Jnlv 8
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Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat?
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The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
plv af theorBVe ot IHE N HWs. * Marcb 1
JL?5I ano joana.
LOST, A BLACK AND TAN TK lt ttl IK
DnG. answ tiug to the name ot Fannie. A
suitable reward will be paid If lett at the CORNER
OF BEA.Or*A IN AND GADSD(TN STREETS.
TAKENUP IN FIELD AT FOU it MILK
House, a red COW, with wnlte on back and
belly, crop uod bi'on lett--ar and ciop 1 n right,
which tho owner can bave br proving and paying
expenses. For nitormrlion apply to WILLIAM
HUN l. No 4. J Market s reet. Se tt ll
STOLEN, OM LAST MONDAY. FHOH
JA M .> uUHROUOH' . place, three-quarter* of I
a rr Ue from ' ad-on's Road?, a small bav HI ALLION,
with a whit? mark behind the ear, gray under the
Buddie, and with small wbito spots on the lett ru np
A reward will be siren for his recovery If left ai
LADsQN's H0AII?. 3* >ept IO
FOUND. A >AFK KEY ON EAST BAY,
between Queen and Mar..et streets which the
owuorcao have by applying at the DAILY N-WS
OE?*IOB, and oajirg expen-ca. -ept 8
FOUND, A GOLD ULU><: EN I MELLH D
BBEASTPIN, watch tho own r oin bsve by
appblng at the DAILY NEWs Office, and paying ex
peuses sept 4
OME HUNDKKD DO i-L Alts KKW iHD.
for ibe arrest of . HOM AS MALLOY, an frtsn.
man. who idl ed John Bo ly. Said Mall y ls about
33 years old. five feet elgiit to oin? ino"oa high,
fl'Tid 0 >mplex<ou. h ue eyos dark hair, weighs aboat
180 p mids, arri ba." a scar on the lace Ihe ab v.;
reward will bo paid for hi - delivery >n ?arn?eli Jail.
Whosoever take? the above Mallo will notify 1 HAS.
EDHO.sDsi'uN, Ylagiairato, ai Aiken, H. ?1
Sept 10 IUI UER HOI LY.
TMK y VI) Kit SIGNED HA Vt?: THIS
day formed a copartner-h p fur tho pur ose of
0? duetto ? tue COi MU uitOKER^OE tMO SHIP?
PING HU-INt -i, under tho name and styl? ot
WUSttLL ft TBOMP.1OM.
T. r. WI SELL.
Sept 13 6 Ju UN M. 'UOMP-ON.
yj.'i ru:E,_Tlle: UND ?. K S I G .N E D
JLv h ivo th s lUy assomted thorn-elves in thn
WOOD HU-INuSS, at WES END MIi.L-?> I HE ~ r,
under the u.me ot .VARINO ? sIMONs.
>. M W<liiNG.
Sept 13 mwf3* fi UOO-rUS 1. .SIMONS.
J R. SOLOMON?, M. JO..
HASEL-STRrBr, OPPOSITE 6YNAG0GUE.
Sept 6 ? "ta.
y y C. ALDKK ? CO.,
*No. 34} PINE-ST itEBT,
aV?r TORE arr.
W. C. ALDRN, l^-Tark.
WM. ULLIOrr, j X
J. M. MORGAN, late of Chariest ra. S. a
Negotiate .-ales or sOUlHERN REAL ESTATF,
md exebanses of he rame for Merchandise, ftc
Refer to Messrs. Geo. A. Trenbohn ft Soo, Charles
on, 8. C. Sept 4
GBASGE LODGE, No. 14, A. F. M.
TITS REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF OB ANGE
LODGE will bo bold I HIS Evxsrwo, at Masonic
Hall, at Fight o'clock paeclselv.
CaodiJatef for M. Af. Degree aroxcqneSted to be
punctual. THOMAS 8. BEE,
Sept 13 . * . Fee rotary.
BIOGRAPHY OF ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT.
Price 20 cents per Copy. Al
Sept 13_1_No. Tjj Hase -street.
WH0LK8AIE AND HST AIL
Sh. TOBACCO HOUSE,
NO. 314 KINO-STREET, OOBNEB OF SOCIETY.
Always on hand a fine and large assortment of
for Cigar Manufacturera, Tis: Connecticut, Pennsyl?
vania, New York Htite Seed, Ac, at low prices.
' Also Havana Leaf from $1 10 per pound (by the
hale) upwards ; fine self work at $1 M per pound.
VIBGfNlA LEAP TOBACCO,
especially suitable for plantation nae, at 29 cents per
pound : larger quantities at reduced rates.
at all price?, and
All the celebrated brand? at low rote?.
from $20 per thousand upwards to $80. .
Merchants and consumers are respect rally invited
to cit too undersigned being resolved to ?ive uat
Septic_fmwlm*~. J MADS KW.
pUKDM.II'. AND PORTABLE
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY CALLS
tho attention of the public to thc above named
LIO ti f, for which he is row prepar-d to receive
orders. It is claimed for th s Light that lt is supe?
rior to Roroson* or any otho? Illaminatlng Oils
that it is Non-explosive, and that it givet a light al?
most equal to that of Coal Oas, and ia just as cheap
A ramp e may be seen at No 1 Boyce's Wharf, and
full information given by
Accost 27 fmw imo 0. J. OOLCOOK, JR.
J^L SSEL,L,, LS BUUK STOKE.
THE SUMTER AND "1 HE ALABAMA, Service
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RK80URCES UK 1 HE -Ol.' I H I- EN FIELDS AND
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rine Whitworth, transl i or and compiler ni "Lyra
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of the ' Sunday Library," Une cloth, $2.
HIsrOBY aW EUBiPMN MORAL?, from Au?
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FORE?!.' LIE. IN AI;ADIE, -ketcues of Sport and
Natural History in .b' Lower Province* of the Oana
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1 HE NFW AF" ISITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
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SPEC I i .UM ANALYSIS, Six Lectun-s, by H K
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MIND AN <> BRAIN; or. The Correlation of Con
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LIFE OF PIZ ARRO, with -omu account of his AB.
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WAVERLY, IVANUOE. KRNILWOBIH. GUY
Manuerinc, ntiquary, Rob Roy. Oin Mortality. Tbs
?iaeb Dwarf ana a Legend of Montrosn, Br de of
Uoimcrmoor, Heart of Mid lo'hian, The Monas
t-ry, rneAbhot. . he Pirate, Fortunes of Nisei. Peve?
ril o? 'he Pest, Qi len1 m Durward St BOOSD'S Weil
Red Baumlet, >he Berrolbed sud Highland Widow,
? te faiiarntn, Woedstork, Fair MsidofP.no, anne
oi Geiers ein, Oouut Robert of Para. The burgeon^
>>n n?ei>it of the prie?, esther in easb or stampt,
copies or soy books in thia list wll be sent by mall
po?tptid. CHAM. C. HIQHTEH,
No. 161 King-^ireet.
Jul* 12 nan . hariee'oo. s. O.
PUIl'A E BU vKDING.-F B ? M A -
NAN P. TB\N8ICN I AND DAY B"ARI?EE1
can Be ace .romo lated by applying al No. 204 MEE f
IN^.?1BBBT, east std i, two doors above CaJhoan
atreet. 3 Sept ll
li/TE DIC AL COLLEGE; OF GEORGIA,
lr ACOXTT :
I. P. GARVIN, M. D.. Emeritus Professor of Ma?
teria M- dica and Therapeutici.
LEWIS D. FORD; M. D., LL.O., Professor of the
Institutes and Practice of Medicine.
JOSEPH A. EVE. M. O.. Professor of ObBtetxios
an>l Diseases of Women and Infants.
L. A. DOGAS, M D , LL D., Professor of tho Prin?
ciples and Practice of Sur ery, and Dean of the
GEO W. RAINS, M. ])., Professor of Chemistry
HENRY r. CAMPBELL, M. D., Professor of Ope?
rative Surgery and Surgical Anatomv.
EDWARD GEDDING.-, M. D., Professor of Physi?
ology and Pathological Anatomy.
LE9AUSSORE FOiiD, M. D., Professor of Anat?
WM. H. DOU'iHfY, M D. Professor of Materia
Medica and Medical Juri ?prudence.
JOHN S. COLEMAN, M. D., Devonstrator of An?
8. 0. EVE, M. P., Clinical Assistant at the Dis?
CHARLES T. RICH. Janitor.
The next Annual Course or Lectures will com?
mence on MONDAY, the 1st of November, 1868.
Fxats-Matriculation, $6; Whole Ocurso, $105;
Diploma, $30; Practical Anatomy, $10.
L. A. DTJGAS. M. D.,
Sept 13 1 Dean of Faculty.
TT^r O F F O R D COLLEGE,
8PARTANBURG COURTHOUSE, S. C,
TBE SIXTEENTH COLLEGIATE YEAR WILL
open on 'he first MONDAY in October next. Appli?
cant? for College Classen and Preparatory School ?re
requested to be punctual in attendance
Tuition in College per actum, $St in srecie, but
p:tyal le in i s equivalent in currency; tuition in Pre?
paratory School p r annum. $4?, in currency.
Hoard in private families about $16 per month.
B> messing, students eau obtan board at from $8
to $12 per mooth.
For lurtber particulars address.
Uov. A. M. SHIPP, D. D..
Sept 13 10? Pr? aident.
ENGLISH, I'KKM H, CL ASSICAL A VD
MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL. NORTHWES I"
CORNER BULL AND < OMINO 8IRKBTS.-Tho ex?
ercises or the subsenb. r'- School will b? resumed on
the 1st Monday lu october.
A new elisa wUl be formel for boys of about tea
j ear? of age, and a fe w pupila also caa be acrommo
da'ed with board. JOS. T. CALDWELL.
8ept 13 1
HOUE FOR BOYS,
ASHLEY - STREET, CHARLESTON.
TBE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHO'.lL WTLL
commence on the 1st of Ocober h. V Limited to
400. Tbs HOME will be reopened on the same day.
Wo are limited to lOO inmates, and applications
should be madest once Punctual attendance is re?
quired. Information will he given in circular by
application to Rev. A. T. PORTER, Sector of
Sch O' and Home.
Terms for Day behool, tuition payable in advance:
Clawical Coarse.$3 OJ per month.
fenglisb.1 26 per mon?j.
Primaiy. 76 uer month.
We''are endajvorln ; io neutro the services ol a
first-class French Teacher D we suereed due no
nco wiU be given Oar aim has been to make this a
School "f tho highest charaot?r, and shaU use oar
best endeavor? to attain this end
Sept 10 fmw9 Principa1.
UNIV Ell s IT Y OF SOUTH CAROLINA*
The next seanon will begin OD the rutsT Mou
OAi rn OCTOBKB, and continuo without intermis?
sion, to the eosntng Ju ly.
Anvanhiges are offered at this Institution to Sta
di ats in Law (tho graduates being entitled to prac
t>e rn tie Coarta ol chi* Stale;) in Me tioine (the
course of li st action being extensive and thorough,
wi b two wi Uten examinations daring the resslon;)
in Engineering, MathemaUc?, Mental, Moral and
Political Philosophy, H story, Rbetoric, English
LU rature. Ancient and Modern Languages, and m
tbe varions Scientlflc Schoo.a.
Expeoses for -essie of nine months: Annual
fee, ar,; Library fee, $10; Room Rent feo.$16; initiera
fee.-; tor each of three schools. $15; tuition in
Law or Medicine. $60 Board can be had at $16 to
$30 per month. Bv messing lt will be less.
For funner information, saud for Catalogues to
the Secretary of the Faculty, Bev C. BR?0E
WALKER. R. W. BtRNWKLL,
Chairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, 8. 0., August 3, i063.
August 6 _fm*24
RS CLINE INSTITUTE,
COL UM BfA, SOITTH CAROLINA,
UNDER THF. PA rn 0 S AO E OT '
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, please address THE MOTHES
SUPERIOB, Ursuline Convent, VaUe Cruds.
Pept 6 Imo
Cotton ?ins, Ctr.
COTTON GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TR ADD-S TR EEL
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND
Gin -ei Island and Upland cotton at th- old rates of
toll-6 rap. > per pound tor Sei Islands, 4 .'?MUS per
pound for Uplands, grane?, hy "Gullett Gm."
Kept 3 fmwlmo Adgert Wharf.
QfJLLE'I'T'S STEEL BRUSH
THC SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO
fill orders for these Ju-ti v celebrated GINS. Certifi?
cate? from reliable planters in this .-tato who have
boagbt and rued them the past season, ia well as
i rom the Ea-torn and Brokers, lally confirm all that
ia i-1:iime i for them: and tho fact ia now well eetab
1 siiid that the increase iu the price of Dutton ginned
ou this Gio will, on ovary forty bales, fully pay for
the cst of the Oin.
HALL'S PATBNT COTTON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, saving both timo and labor in
the ginning of a crop. Can be attached to any Gin
Send for Circulars.
C. GRAVE LEY,
No.61 EAST BAY, SOUTH OF OLD POSTOFFIOE,
Augast2 mwi 2mos Charleston, 8. O.
IMPROVED MCCARTHY GIN,
ADAPT FX) TO
Ginning " Fine Upland Cotton."
LATE CHANGES MADE IN THIS OIN ADAPTS
it to the innnlag of UPLAND < O i ! ON. The nse ol
it y a fe?, on this cotton L-t seaspn proved that it
o .baiired t e value of the Cotton, as it does not in?
jure tho sUple tu the slightest degree.
Planters will find lt to the'r ?dvaa age, and are ri -
q e?iod to eximine into tun Gin, pjrnralarly those
wuo have pta rteu the finer urals* ol Upland ''OJ 'on.
he tin 'las b-en in use upon the ?ia island ? o tou
fur over 9.ween years, and its reputation lo.- tiiat cot
ton tally established. ?pKly to
WILLIAM S. HENKRIY,
Machinist and Foundry,
An u^t ll wfmlmn No. SI4 WseCnf-latest
illinct, fi quo rs, tu.
i. o W Bl* Kl K k,
HE U t'DEttSIGNED Uf.G LE?VE TO AN
N lUNCK thai thov have been appo nte I by Mes rs.
B NtlY -. U\NMl* & CO.. or Puiluielpuia, their
so ? Aleuts i ir tho stile of south ''aroliaa tor the
sale ut their c ier-rated ACME. X XX XXX. XXXX.
N CIAR CABINET and other br.nds OLD KYP
They A,so wish to announce that (Hey w'.U be in
coa-tant receipt of their COPPER DI-1 ?Li.ED
HOON TAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
DiabUery at Hannis ville, Berkeley County, West
Vi ru i nia
fcitwrai contracta will ba made for la -ge lots of
new Whiskies in bond at DistiUerv Warehoose.
OLAClUs A WT CTE,
No. 8d East Bay street,
June 16 wfmSxnos Charles' nj, S. O.
j ) ANKERS,
ST?CK AND EXCHANGE BROKER* AND MEB
0 HANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Latter Beads, or
job Printing of any description, can get their order
filled promptly and in UM neatest style, at ct.cap
r ?tee, by applying at TBK NEWS JOB OPFI0E, No.
M9 East Bay
?rarer?rs ano f?mtUntm.
SALT AFXO?TT ~V
QPAA PACK9 LIVEBPOOL SALT, OM BOiPD
OOvHJ Bri?sq bark Vinco.
Foi asia by - RAYRNEL k CO.,
ComerTEast Bay and Vanderhoret'a Wharf.
Sept 13 ._? 2
GUIS KY CLOTH.
1 HA BALE8 EXTBA WEIGHT, FOB SALE
JLV/V7 low, to arrive, in lota to ault purchaser-',
by E. LAFITTE k CO.,
Sept 13_3_Wo. 90 Broad-street,
GUNNY CLOTH AND ROPE.
BALE8 GUNNY CL1 H. RT ?ND ABD WEIGHT
Coila Bope. Pored* tow by
CL JUORN, HEBBINGA CO..
Sept 13 8 '-- AOtiiinmodarion Wharf.
No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
(IAA TONS No. 1 PEBTJVIATI GUANO, WAB
??Uu BANTiC riiBE. For sale by
gtyU_T. J. BEBB k CO.
rjf* BALES EX TBA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 44
it) to 45 Inches wide, and weighing 2H pounds.
For sale by T. J. BEBB k CO.
FOR SALE LOW. TO ARRIVE,
1 ft BALES 44 INCH DUNDEE BAGGING FOB
JLU Sea Island Cotton.
J. D. AIKEN k CO.,
Sept 10_South Atlantic WJaarf.
f)fr BALES GUNNY CLOTH
JO 25 rolls TL Ck Co.'a Sea Island Bagging.
In store. For salo by W. GURNEY.
Sept 10_G_No. lt? East Bay. -
ON THE SPOT AND TO ARRIVE. ^
For sale by
August20 GEO. A. TREfHOLM k SON.
SHINGLES AND PLASTERING
QAA AA|\ WKLUMASONED CYPRESS
OlJ\J?\J\J*f '* 8HIN<3rL?8, in bundies
. ' 100,000 Plastering laths.
For sale low for cash.. Apply to
Cy J?* t?C H L a PEGBELL,
No. 37 Line-street, and
J. A EN8LOW k CO.,
Sopt 1_thmS*_East Bay.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BX DB. H. BABB, No. 131
RLSON'a TOB/fUuO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Scheldt's Seaweed Tonic
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, Ac. kc.
Fleming's Worm Conleotions
Weight's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's syrup Hypopbosphlt* of Lime
Van Deusen'a Worm > ontertiooa
Hurley's Worm (tandy
Bardotte'x Worm cugar Drops
Schallenberger's Fevet and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver VIII?
LiunV VgeUblo Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's ? Iterativo
Jayne's Expectorant *
Jayne's .sanative Pille
Badwav'a Beady Belief
? Radwaj's B. Pills
Bidway's P?sdy Besolvent.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. BY
Dr. Hf BABB,
Jane 26 No. lil Meeting-street.
TBE ATTENTION OF THE BUSINESS PUBLIC
is invited to the following greatly BEDUCED
TUE NEWS J03 OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
From $3 50 per thous*od and upwards, accord?
ing to size ai? quality of card.
From 91 00 per thousand and upwards, accord?
ing to the quantity of matter and quality of paper.
With Business Card neatly punted thereon, at
from i'4 00 per thousand and upwards, according
BILL H1? ADS,
At from $3 50 per thousand and upwards, accord?
lng to size abd quality of paper and amount of
At from 40 cents per thousand sad upwards, ac?
cording to size and quantity.
ALL 0 THEE KINDS OF FRI?UNO will be done
at correspondingly low rates, and lu ?he best style at
THE NEWS v
JOH PRIM TIN (J E-Tl IILUS H HB.IT,
IN THE NEWS BUtLAING,
No . 149 EAST BAY.
49- CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS. "C*
|_?Oa?AlElt di MACBtfiTlt.
NO. 30 Broad-lt??Ct,
Charleston, b. c..
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS BEAT,ESTATE
GKNERAL COMMISSION AGENTS
Win at Rend to Ben ting aa id Ooitsoting of Bents
and purchase sud sale ol Stocks, Beads, Geld,
8ther and Real Estate.
Xo tbe Purchase ot Goods and hupptist for par?t a
m the country upon reason ibis iona*.
G KOBO E L. HOLMES...AUaaSOcft MACBZIH
January I ^