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THE DAILY NEWS.
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jr E w S a V X M A. R Y .
-Gold at New Tork yesterday closed at 86.
-The New York cotton market was heavy
and full one cent lower; salea 1200 bales, clog?
ing at 32c t
-At Liverpool cotton closed nominal; up?
lands 13td; Orleans 13?d; sales 3000 bales.
-Tb?' Hon. R. M. T. Hunter declares that
he has forever retired from public* life.
-Two hundred Chinamen aro about to bo
set at work to reoiaim 80,000 acres of swamp
land near Smsan, Salona County, Ca).
-Alexander Dudley, Esq., for many years
president of the Richmond and York River Rail?
road, died at Richmond on Friday night last.
-George F. Adams, formerly a merchant in
Augusta, Ga., and a captain in the Confede?
ra-e service during the war, died in England
o a thc 20th ultimo.
-Henry Hart, a prominent citizen of New
Orleans, connected with the railroad and omni?
bus interests of that city, was drowned at
rjrand Isle on-Saturday last.
-Leading Southern railroads have agreed
to para delegates ind honorary members of
Louisville Commercial Convention tree. The
corr.miUee of arrangements have sent circu?
lar i to other roads asking favorable rates for
- - Brigham Young bas organized co-opera
t re stores throughout his kingdom, the di?
vinion of profita' being nine-tenths to the
Stockholders, and one-ten th to the church. Go
where you will, you find sign-boards inscribed
as follows: "Holiness to the Lord. Zion's
Co-operative Mercantile Association,"
-Anew Brie of German steamships will soon
be established between the Prussian port of
Stettin and the port of New York. The pre?
liminary details have already been arranged,
and in a few months two steamships of the line
Will begin their trips. Stettin is the capital of
the Province of Pomerania, and is one of the
moat important of the Prussian ports. It is
y situated on the Oder, eighty miles from Berlin,
with which it is connected by railroad. When
%9direot intercourse is established between Stet?
tin tod New York, it will doubtless result in a
great increase ot oar commercial relations
?Ith that part of Germany. Not only will ad?
ditional facilities.bo furnished for commerce,
but also for emigration; and the inhabitants of
the Baltio Provincas will be enabled to take
their departure for America without the ne?
cessity of the long and expensive railroad jour?
ney to Hamborg or Bremen.
-Dr. Nichols, editor of the Journal of
Chemistry, and a scientific writer of some re?
puto, expresses the opinion that the cool aver
ago temperature of tho summer just past is
. duo to tbe presence of spots on the son. Dar
. iagboth Jane and Aogost unusually large
spots .were visible upon oar luminary, and
both these months were much cooler than
Ute average. What ia the nature of the
apota, or dark patches referrer! to, even
scientific meo are ia complete ignorance,
bot they sro known to be of immense area,
fbi' .some of them have been accurately
measured. ?-Daring certain years the whole
equatorial region of tha sad bas been
crowded wit h these spots, se y er al of them cov?
ering a bpaca two or three times the diameter
' of the earth, and it ia certainly quita reasona
: hie to snpposo that they sensibly diminish the
amount of heat raya coming from the sun to
the earth. Secohi, the Italian astronomer, has
carefully studied those spots, and thinks he
has discovered at least this mach about them,
that their variation "is confined to a period
which is all bnt triennial. If this is BO, a law
may yet bs discovered which will enable as to
foretell these spots and the variations in tem?
perature which they occasion, if we cannot
-The project for a grand international ex?
hibition in Washington, in 1871, brings bright
visions to some of the psople there those dal'
day?. Foi- want of better amusement, they
tjckle themselves with sooh fanciful calcula?
tions as the following: It is estimated that
eeveo equires of ground will bo required for
the necessary buildings, streets, avenues, foun?
tains, dc; akat five millions of people will visit
the exposition, from whoso admission fees,
BAY .fifty oents each, the sum of $2,500,000 will
be realized; that twenty-five bandied articles
will be on exhibition, each having its repr?sen?
t?t ive man, who wiH, it is fair to pres?me, ex?
pend in the oiiy daily at least $2, thus making
an aggregate of $50.000 thrown into circulation
ia the city per day during the continuance of
the exf.o ition-in all probability six months;
that it ia not at all improbable to suppose that
th* expenditure of each of the five millions of
Tatito? to the exposition would be at the
least $10 or $20, this within the six montes
amounting tr? ;h3 eaormoos sam of $50 000,000
Or $100 000000; that these almost fabulous
sums of money would be left in the City of
Washington, and distributed among its me?
chanics and merchants and hotel-keepers and
professional men and property-owners.
-A bombio sensational story has been set
afloat by a correspondent of a New York paper,
in connection with the late coal mme disaster
at Plymouth, Penn. According to this corres?
pondent, an an agoniam has existed in that
section for a year or two past between tue
Welsh miners and those of the other nations,
based upon the partiality shown to the former
in the way ot promoting them to lill most of
the superior positions around the mine. I his
antagonism bas developed itself in evidences
of ill-feeliug. The Welsh have always been
slow to strike, and in tho meetings of the
minera'' uni?os they have. nearly unanimously
voted against the .^?8?." which is a
term expressing an agreement among the
minora to ?.trike whenever the sroal fell,
.and not work until it went above that Ognre
?gato. The oner miners have mostly favored
Ods mode of proceeding, and the Welsh alone
hive been opposed to it. Three months ago a 1
meetinsr was l?eid, at whioh, afcer much de- 1
bate, it was agreed on all sides to strike, rbe
?trike was a f lilure, and the Welsh were more
indignant tb o ever tvith those who led them
bato the frat deas struggle to uphold the
"basis." On Monday, the 6th instant, the
men of Avocdalo raine went to work, and, ar>
eorrhrnc to the story, threats ?exe freely made 1
fafahaat them by the other minera for their
ihafdrty in striking, when, celled upon ta <
hold out for any length of time against
tho winc*owner?. On Monday morning last
the funeral 'of a miner was anoounoed,
to which all of the miners were invi?
ted except the Welsh. The story now pre?
vailing to some extent in the coal regions, ac?
cording to the correspondent alluded to is,
that when the Avondale miners went to their
work on Monday morning the wooden petition
in the shaft was fired with kerosene oil by
some person standing in the tunnel, forty feet
below the top of tho shaft, and the work of de?
struction thus began. To give color to this
horrible assumption of tho mine being fired,
one man states that the brattice, (meaning the
centre portion of the shaft,) was less burned
below than above, and that if it were sot on fire
from the furnace in the mine the lower part
would be totally consumed, and the upper
would be the least affected. The story is alto?
gether too horrible for credence._'
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 15, 1869.
Our Liverpool Steamship Line.
Steam, of late years, has oome tobe the
arbiter of commerce, and cities thrive and
prosper just ia proportion as they choose to
avail themselves of its power. The South?
ern seaports are at this time engaged in an
aotive commercial rivalry. Each is strug
gling hard to seoure and fix, for its own
advantage, that great stream of trade whioh,
as yet, seems shifting from point to point,
and ready to submit itself to the control of
the first community that shall display the
boldness, energy and tact to grasp BO rich a
prize. The Gulf ports are practically out
of the ring. The most natural outlet for
the immense yield of the Mississippi Valley
would undoubtedly be the water courses
that flow to the Gall; but the saving of j
time by the shipment of produoe via the
Atlantic ports outweighs all other con?
siderations, and the trade of the great
West exhibits a steadily growing ten?
dency to seek our seaboard. With
reasonable exertions on our part to
extend needful facilities, this tendency
can be shaped and enoouraged so as to be?
come the permanent and unohangeable
oourse of trade. Charleston combines in a
surpassing degree the natural and artificial
advantages whioh should entitle her to the
lion's share of this great Western business.
Her great railway lines stretching out to
the very banks of the Father of Waters; her
fine steamship lines, connecting regularly
and frequently with the Northern cities,
and her noble harbor, all point to a bright
and prosperous future for our city. But.
chiefly, nan she claim a rightful precedence
over her rivals inasmuca as she has al?
ready established a line of staunch and
splendid steamships to Liverpool, whioh
are, we trust, to be but the pioneers of other
lines of direot steam communication be?
tween the South and Europe. It has already
been stated ia THE News that this great
enterprise, so successfully inaugurated last
season, through the energy and public
spirit of the house of R. Blare & Co., is to
be maintained by the same house daring
the season now opening. A cable telegram,
received yesterday, announces that the
first steamer will leave Liverpool for thia
port direot, on or about the 9:h of October.
Shippers from all parts of the Southwest
can rely apon the most reasonable rates
and the quickest dispatch by this line, and
merchants in our own State, Georgia, Ala?
bama, Florida, Tennessee and even Mis?
sissippi will promote their interests by or?
dering imported gooda direot by these
steamships. We earnestly invoke the good
offices of dial- contemporaries of the press in
behalf of oar enterprise, which it should be
a matter of pride with the whole South to
A Jolly Defeat in Maine.
The Radiaals, on Monday, achieved a vic?
tory in M kine; but let a few more such vic?
tories be won, and "the party of moral
"ideas" is undone. The Governor is
chosen ia the Pine Tree State every year;
and iVr. Chamberlain has now for foul* con?
secutive terms been elected as the Radical
candidate. In 1866, when he was first
nominated, his majority was 27,690 in
1867, this was cut down to 11,842. In 1868
his majority was 19,316. The oontest this
year was looked 'for with espeoial interest,
inasmuch as it was to be the first Northern
State election of any political importance
that would occur since the Grant adminis
tration came into power. The result, as
announced in our telegraphic advices, is
significant enough. The Radicals have
again earned the State, it is true; bit with
a clear, loss since last year, of over fourteen
Making h di to rs to Order.
There is a general titter among news
paper men at the well-intended bat utterly
visionary proposition of a Virginia College
to or?ate a "Chair of Current Literature,
with a view to enable those who may wish
to beonme journalists to learn the "princi?
ples and practice of the profession." The
knights of the quill declare with one voice
that the true editor is "born, not made,"
and that the best possible training to de
velope a latent genius for journalism is a
term of service either as printer's devil or
in some other equally practical capacity in
connection with the off:e of a live news?
paper. The learned faculty, we fancy, will
find it a puzzling Question to decide what
special bracobes should be taught, or rath?
er what should not- be taught the youths
whom they would train up as the lights of
the Fourth Estate. For the journalist dif?
fers from all other professional men, in
having no specialty, on which he can afford
to concentrate his attention. Tnere is no
department of human knowledge from whioh
the newspaper will not, at times, need in?
formation, and henoe the best editors are
often those who have the inborn power and
tact to avail themselves with discrimination
and in season of the brains and varied at?
tainment* of other people. Another ob?
vious objection to the scheme wouid be the
impossibility of providing a suitable "pro?
fessor or j urnalism." MAifestly none but
a prac teat and first class journalist could
fill tn* place, and it ia very certain that BO
Bach m*n could be found who would accept
lt Ou the whale, we are much inclined to
soaear with % Western paper whioh advises ?
any young man who has aspirations in the
direction of the tripod, to make np his mind
to ten years' hard work in the subordinate
stations of newspaper life, holding out the
cheerful promise that at the end of that
period he Viii be an editor-or dead.*
Thc Lancaster Railroad Movcmcni.
A spirited railroad meeting was held at
Lancaster Courthouse on last sales-day,
which was largely attended by persons rep?
resenting the wealth, intelligence and va?
ried interests of the county. Communica?
tions were read from Charlotte, Camden
and Chester promising hearty co-operation
in the movement to extend railroad facili?
ties to Lancaster, and resolutions were
unanimously adopted urging the County
Commissioners to subscribe the sum of two
hundred thousand dollars of stock toward
the construction of a railroad from Lancas?
ter Courthouse to Camden, Chester, Char?
lotte, N. C., or to any other point of oon
nection with the general scheme of rail?
roads in the South, whioh they may deem
most advisable, and which may hold out
the best promise of succese. A committee
was then appointed to act in conjunction
'with a similar committee on the part of
Kershaw County, to apply to the presi?
dent and director! of the South Carolina
Railroad, and ascertain if the Camden
branch can be purchased, and if so, upon
what terms, and to report the same to an
adjourned meeting to be held ou the first
Monday in Ootober.
A responsive meeting was held in Char?
lotte, N. C., on the 9th instant, at which
much encouragement was given to the pro
jeot. Delegates were present from Lancas?
ter and Kershaw, and the meeting was ad?
dressed by Dr. DeSauesure, of Camden ;
Messrs. Moore and Connors, of Lancaster;
and by Dr. Fox, Governor Vance and Gene?
ral Barringer, of North Carolina. Reso
lutions were passed warmly commending
the proposed enterprise, and giving pledges
of assistance in its prosecution by liberal
subscriptions to the stock. Charlotte de?
clares that she wants a more direct route
to the seacoast and more markets openec
to her trade.
COLONEL D. Wyatt Aiken, the Secretary
of the State Agricultural and Mechanical
Society, officially announces the offer by
the Charleston Chamber of Commerce of
silver goblet as a premium for the best ten
bales of upland cotton exhibited at the
State Fair in November next. He urges
every planter in the State to consider him?
self a privileged competitor for the hand?
THE Air Line Railroad whioh is to con?
ned Charlotte, N. C , with Atlanta, Ga., is
evidently a popular enterprise in the up?
country, and the people of several towns- j
Walhalla among the rest-are pressing rival
claims for the privilege of having the line
so looated as to pass through their respec?
MRS. HOPSOV PIVtKVEY WILL
resume tue exercises of her BOARDING \ND
DAY SCHOOL, for young lidies, ou MONDAY, Octo?
ber 4th. st No 88 H A-KL-81 KKET.
Professor of Freaeh. Mr DuBO-iE
* Profefsor of German, Dr. HLANVKE, (late Pro?
fessor of Languages at Chute nham, England.)
Sept IS wfmlmo
MISS .11 MU It DBW AND 81STKRS'
SEMINARY, No. 19 LEGAKK-Sfi-EET.
The Exercises will be resumed (D. V ) on MONDAY,
ibo French Department under charco of Made?
moiselle PIERSON. 19. 29-!)ct 4 SeptlS
73 A K O t H I A L SCHOOL
HOME FOR BOYS,
ASHLEY - STREET, CHARLESTON.
THE EXERCISES OF THLS fiCHO >L WILL
commence on the 1st of October D. V Limited to
400. The HOM ti will bo reopened on tho stme day.
We are limited to 100 inmates, and applications
should bc madest once Pumtual attendance ls re?
quired. Information will bo given ia circular by
application to Kev. A. T. PORTEB, Rector of
School and fions*.
Terms for Day behool, tuition payable in advance:
Classical Course.12 03 per month.
Kn?llen. 1 25 per mnnth.
Primary. V5 uer month.
We are endcivortn: io sei ure the services ol a
first-class French Teacher. It w? succeed dun no?
tice will be given Our aim bas been to make tbis a
School nf the highest character, and shall uscour
best endeavors to attain this end
Sept 10 frawO Principal.
8PABTANBU?'.G COURTHOUSE, S. C,
TBE SIXTEENTH COLLEGIATE YEAR WILL
open on the first MONDAY i ? October next. Appli?
cants ior U liege Oleases aud Preparatory School are
requested to bo punctual in attendance.
Tuition in college per annum, $61 in st ecie, but
p ' yul le tn i a equivalent in currency; tuition in Pre?
paratory School p r annum. $4t, in currency.
Board m private families about $16 per month.
B? messing, students eau obtain board at from $8
to $12 per month.
For further particulars address.
Bev. A. M. S HIPP, D. D..
Eept 13 10* President.
UNlVRUstlTYOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The npxt Session will begin oo the riasr MON?
DAY ur OCTOBER, sod continuo without intermis?
sion, to the ensuing .Inly.
A n van bices are offered at this Institution to Stu?
dent* in Law. itbe graduates being entitled to prac?
tice m the Courts ol thl? Mate;) tu Medicine, (the
course of li stmction heine exteu9ive and thorough,
wi'b two Witten examinations during tho "eseiou;)
in Engineering, Mathematics, Mental. Moral and
Political Philosophy, fl story. Rhetoric, English
Li V rani re. Ancient and Modern Languages, and in
tho various Scientific Schoo.s.
Expenses for -rssiou of nine, months: Annual
fee,$3; Library fee, $10; Boom Kent Lie,$15; lunion
fae.-:lor each ot three schools $15; mitton la
Law or Medicine, $50 Hoard eau be bad at $IG to
$2<i per mouth. Bv messina it will be less.
For fur'b?T information, send for Catalogue* to
the Secretary of the Faculty. Kev. O. HRUUE
WALKEu. B.w. BARNWELL,
a CIbairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, ti. C., August 2,1?69.
August 8 fm\v24
T?1NSMAN S CANDY FACTORY,
No. 279 KING-STREET,
CHARLES roy, S. C.
M h SCH AN TS PURCHASING THEIH FALL 8CP
PLIES should not fail to order Eisest AU'S CANDY,
whioh theycan ro'y upon it bi-ln? pertectly pare
and unadulterated, free from TEBBA LDA or MAB
BLE Drer, which we warrant to keep in all climates,
as it is manufactured from CRUSHED SUGAR.
N. D.-No Charge for Boxes.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 25 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR
"H ASP. and sale rf Beal Estate, Stocks, Bonds. Bank
Sills, tc, Bc. wfmzmo ce Sept 13
WHITE GIBE desiree a situation as Child's
Norse or Chambermaid, in a respectable family
Apply at THIS OFFICE._2*_Sept 15
WANTED TO HIRE. IN THri SOUTH
part of ibe city, a email HOUSE, or PART OF
A HOC SE, suitable for a small family. Possession
desired bv November L Address POSlOFFICK
BOX No. 322. 1*_Sept 15
WASTED. A YOUNG LADY TO AT?
TEND in a Confectionery Store. One who is
willing to make herself useful and is well recom?
mended, can : pply by letter, ERY BOX No. 15, Post
WANTED, A UKELV GIRL, ABOUT
14, to minda child. Most come well recom.
mended. Apply two doors north PAVILION HO
IEL._ 1?_Sept 15
WANTED TO RENT, A SCHOOL?
HOUSE and RESIDENCE. Address, stating
terms, P. O. Box No. 169. wfm22 August ll
WARTED A FEMALE TEACKEK,
thoroughly competent to teach all of the
English branches and Music Address W. H. W.,
ST. MATTHEWS, 3. O._6_Sept ll
AYOUNG MAN, OF FOUR YEARS'
business experience in this city, and capable
of giving tbe best references here, desires a perma?
nent Situation lu some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage preferred. Address A. B. C., Box 30.
- Bept 1 _Imo?
GOOD SERVANTS, WHITE AND COL
OBED, can be obtained by ayplying to EM?
PLOYMENT OFFICE, ho. 50 Queen-afreet.
August 23 _
WtftaBTKD, A YOUTH FROM 16 to XO
years old, who would be willing to make him?
self generaliv useful as Clerk-in a store in Uniooville,
fl. 0. Addrws POSTOFFICE BOX, No. 17, Union
C. H., S.O. August M
ffijff)-r A DAY MA OE A'x' HOME! 33
KD-WO entirely new articles for Agents. Sam
pies sent free. Address H. B. SHAW, Aifred, Me.
August 21 nae _Imo
WANTED, BY A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in some Cotton Mill South or South?
west; ia acquainted with all brauches, having work?
ed in them ali. but should select WEaTING as a
choice, larties wishing to engage auch a person
will please, address a not?, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 148 State-street, Boston. May 24
11 rANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB.
VV 8CBIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all o? the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
wishing to employ large or small numbers of
CHINESE LABORERS, may make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gang? of size required,
delivered in any part of tbe connery, by application
to KOOPMANaCHAAP, San Francisco, California.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, ia executed promptly In the neatest
style and at tbe loweat New York prices, at 1 HE
Nxws Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your orders
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, In both Kng
llsh and German, by Robert Stewart, Y. V., of Miss.
The work coven the whole ground of tho breeding
and raising; and the treatment of horses and mules,
bo'.h In sickness and haalth. It has won its way to
popular favor, and ia to-day the most popular and
best Helling Horse Book out. Address 0. F. YEN 0,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. fimo* March 19
TO RENT, A UK -I t( ABLE TWO AND
a half story BRICK RESIDENCE, with large
lot. No. 4 LIM.EHOU.-E-SIBEET. For terms apply
at the HOUSE. I* Sept 10
TO HEAT. TH \T LA lt UE AM) COM
MOMMUi HOU.-E at the northwest corner of
YARD EPHO BBC and KINO STB EXT 8, over Dr.
Aimar'sDiug store. Tbe House has recently been
painted and fitted np. being a good location and
suitable for a Hoarding House or School, liest low.
For further particulars, apply to No. 4 VANDER
OFFICE TO RENT,-THAT DESIRA?
BLE OFF I E,No. 40 BROAD-STREET, con?
taining two rooms (iront and back), now in com.
plein order. Apply on premises to I. S. K. lit.N
NETT, or to No. 255 KING-STREET. 8ept 3
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having house* to rent, can have their Placards,
atc, printed at the lowest rates, and In the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
MCE, No. 149 East Bay.
FOR SALE. A HANDSOME ?IIRKOH,
??th ri.op out Feame. fl io menes ny a
feet 8 inchi ?. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
Sept 15 _1*
FOR SALE, ONE YOKE OF WELL?
BROKEN OXEN, hrge Bf? Apply to LEWIS
BU K, corner ol Spring und Coming streets.
SALE OF LAMO -THE ENTIRE REAL
ESTATE ot tbe late James H. Hammonn will
be sold at public sale, by order of ttie Court of Pto
bate, in Beech Island, Edgefield Jounty, H. C., octo?
ber 20tb, 1869. Tho Estate consists or twelvo thous?
and ocien of Lau<t. lying on the Savannah Bi vor, in
Edgefield and Barnwell Counties, 8. C., with two
Bes di-nces, a Mil', numerous (arm Buildings, and a
goo i Factory site. It la divided luto seven planta?
tions, and will bc ?old reparalely.
A PLA' E in Southwestern Georgia. For particu?
lars, addrers HARRY HAMMOND, Executor, Augus?
ta, Ga. w(l -sept 8
FOR SALE. 1100 AC lt ES OF WK LL
TIMBERED L?ND In lower port ot Barnwell
Count , six miles (rom South Kdisto River. Terms
made very low For particulars, address Dr. C. B.
UL T I O, Graham's Turnout, O.S. B. lt.
Augu-t 20 , nae 38
AUCTION EE KS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "lor Hale" llacarde, Business
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will ousult their interest by leav?
ing their orders at Tnt NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
FOR SALE. OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the office of TH E N r.Ws. March 1
|rjst anli J?UU.
LOS r, ON KlNG-STHKKT, BETWEEN
Calhoun and Mtrket-strcet, an Infant's Gold
Armlet, marked "L. B. P." Irom "J. H. B." A re?
ward Kill be paid for the same ll left at No. 417
KING STREET._2*_Sept 15
PUKED UP ON THE HALFMOON
Battery, on laat Monday, two Bit ASS KEYS
which can be obtained by proving property and pay?
ing expenses. h opt 14
LOST, A BLACK AND TAN TERRIER
DOG. answering to the name of Fannie. A
suitable reward will be paid if left at the CORNEB
OF BEA?FHN AND GADSDEN STREETS,
FOUND, A SAFE KEY ON EAST BAY,
betwoen Queen and Marget streets which the
owner can have by applying at the DAILY Ni WS
OFt- ICE, and paying expen-ee. Sept 8
ONE III WOK KO DO 'lilli" ftUWAKD,
tor tbe arrest of IHOMiS MALLOY, an Irish?
man, who killed John Bo ly. Said Mall y is about
33 years o?d. five feet eig'it to nin? incurs high,
florid complexion, bme eyes dark hair, weighs about
180 pounds, and ba < a scar on thc lace I h ? ab ive
reward will ho paid for h's delivery in Ham ?ell Jail.
Whosoever takes ibe above Mallo- will notily CHAS.
EDUONDSTCN, Magistrjto, at Aiken, S. i!
Sept:0 LU I'HER HOI LY.
Capurtnersliii) Un? ia.
hive tb b day assort ited them elves in (he
WOOD HU N S.s. at WKS i LND MILL-sritEt?,
under then.m.-oi '.CABING '.' SIMONS.
T. M W?KlNG.
Sept 13 mwfj* AUGUSTUS I. SIMONS.
TOE UNDERSIGN I O HAVH. THIS
day lormed a copartner-hip for the pur. ose of
conducting the CO ITO s KUOKEBAGE AND sn IP
PI Ntl BUSlNEvs, auder the name and style ot
WUSELL & THOMPSON.
T. !.. WU SELL.
Sept 13 C JOHN M. THOMPSON.
P.850l?iti0u of Opartncrsijip.
"VT OTlt'B .-THE COPARTNERSHIP
J.1 heretofore existing between the undersigned,
limier the name of Kf UKPATK'CK A WI I' IE, ia dis?
solved bv its own limitation
A Lew partnership, under tbe same name, has bc n
formed between ibe sam? par les. which I* authoriz?
ed to co lect the assets and liquulae the debt- of the
former couewn. JAS. D KIHKPATMCK.
septl w6 GEO. W. WU IE.
^ O?A lt CUSTON AG RICO LT U RAI
WAKE H OUSE AND SEED SiORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEI
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOB 8ALE.
GEO. E. PIN G REE.
Nc. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 24 6m o
TYKE LODGE, No. 136, A. F. H.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR COMMUNICA?
TIONS Tyre lodge, No. 136, A. M. M., THIS
?.VENINO, at Eight o'clock, at Masonic Ha)L
By order of the W. M.
Septic WM, L. KING, Secretary.
ATTEND REGULAR MEETING TBI8 EVENING,
at half-past Eight o'clock precisely.
By order. Sept 15
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLT MEETING OF THE
Association ?111 bc held THIS EVENING, at lio?
so nie Hall, at Eight o'clock.
The fonds on hand wi'l be offered for sale. Ar?
rears received during the day at No. 185 Meeting
street and at the Hall in the evening.
WM. B. STEEDMAN.
Sept 15 Secretary and Treasurer.
ItUTLICDGE ttl F LIO CLUB.
ATTEND AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF TOUR
Club, THIS EVENING, at Eight o'cl ck, at
Wathingron Ecg! oe House. An election for perma?
nent officers will take place.
W. WALTER RILEY.
8ept 15 Secretary pro tem.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
this Associat'on will bo held at the Widows'
Home, Bread-street on TO-KOBBOW AFTERNOON, the
16(b, at Five o'clock. S> pt 15
_liticff lt ittltiytff._
IN THE DISTRICT COI KT OF TBE
UNITED STATES FOR 80UIH CAROLINA
AUGUST TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF JAS.
W. ADAMS, OFOCONEE CODN1Y. BANKRUPT.
,PETII10N FOR i ULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a heating be bad
on the ELEVENTH DAT OF < CTOBEB, A. D. 18*9. at
Federal Courthouse in Charleston, 3. C.; and that
all creditors, kc, of sa'd Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and show cause, if any th-y can,
why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
granted. An.i that the second and third meeting of
creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at tba office
of C. G. JAEGER, Esq., Registrar of Third Con?
gressional District, 8. C., on FOUBTH DAT OF OO
TOB ER, 181-9, at 12 M.
By order of tho Court, the 2d day of September,
1869. DANIEL H.iRLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the U. 8. f "r 8. 0.
Sept 8 w3
Colton ($iti5, (Ctr.
O COTTON PLANTERS.
THE GEORGIA SAW GIN,
FORMERLY "OLEMON'?" GIN, OF COLUMBUS,
IRON SCREW COTTON PRE88,
THB MOST SIMPLE, DURABLE AND EFFEC?
TIVE EVER INVENTED,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
For information and descriptive lists cf the abjve,
HUGER Ai HAVENEL,
No. 6 8 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.,
, (.?Ciicra! Agents for State.
ALSO AGENTS FOB
PORTABLE RICE TH REIHERN, RICE F AMS,
GRIST MILLS, bc.
\ t-opt 15 wfm6
COTTON GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TRADD-STHEE1.
WEARE NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND
Gin Hex Island and Upland Cotton at the old rates of
toll-6 cents per pouud for Sea Islands, 4 cents per
pound for Uplands, ginnei by "Gullett bin,"
CHISOLM BRO THEES,
Sept 3 fmwlmo Adger'a Wharf.
Q^ULLETl'S STEEL BRUSH
THE SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW PREPARED TO
?11 orders lor these justly celebrated GINS. Oertin
oaten from reliable planters in this state, who have
bought and used them the past soosoo, ss well as
rtviu ute **a-turo and Brokers, tully conQrm all that
ls claime t for them; and tho fact is now well estab?
lished that the increase in tho price of Cotton ginned
ou this Gin will, ou every forty bales, fully pay for
the cost of the Gin.
HALL'S PATENT COL L'ON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, saving both time and labor in
tho ginning of a crop. Can be attached to any Gm
?end tor Circulars.
C. GRAVE LEY,
No. 62 E\ST BAY, SOUTH OF OLD POSTOFFIOE,
August? mwl2mos 'Jharlfston, S. C.
JJi K O O Iv L Y \
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUhS ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Divid nds annujlly In cash.
Only Company having the Definito Guaranteed sur?
render-Value Plan Polices, world-wide. Second to
noCompauy m the Uui ted States lor stability, libe?
rality aud ?couoiny.
Office No. 141 broadway, New York.
CHRISTUM W. BOUCK, President.
WM. M. COLE, t*ecretary.
8tate Agency No 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply In person or bv letter to
JAM ICS G. HOLMES, Jr..
tl oner il Agent for South Carolina.
July 13 mwf 6mos
Q. E O R G 1 A
MUTUAL FIBL' AND LIFE
Authorized Ca pit ni..9300,000
FIBE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. Sion.OOO paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of thc assured lu this Oompaay.
Stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
pvr cent, ot its earnings to (he Stockholders; the
rest o f tlie profits divided among the Policyholders
on thc j' nt: ibu;iou pian.
Ure Department bas becu in successful opera?
tion for six nuutlis, ?iud hos already accumulated
Life Ui.purtmeut in full and successful operation,
and Fleing with old companies in its success.
All of its Pollciis noa-lorfeitablo, and of every
description of Lifo uud Endowment, together with
an annuity table and return premium plan.
No ri-strictions upon travel, place ol residence or
Women insured on same terms as men.
Loans half cf its premiums. No notes/taken.
W. J. LAWTON. Pr?sident.
J. C. MCBURNEY, Vice-Pr?sident
R, J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. MCCAY, constituting Aciusry.
P. H. WRIGHT, ExainiuiBg Physician.
This Company ls now prepared to ate risks either
in the Fire or Life Departments, and solicits a share
ol the patronage of the city and Sta'o.
J. G. HOLMKS, Jr..
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local ao'i Traveling Agents wanted in all oarts of
the sta e. Liberal commissions allowed, or a sal?
ary if preferred. Applications to be made to
J. G HOLMES. Jr General Agent. No. 35 Broad
st cet, Charleston,*) 0.
July 21- DM wfm
-? . r ?' ;-? "
git MU Hi M il N G IVO H A III-CUT IT VC,
LADIES AND JHLLDhi?N
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Bend orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No. 31 Broad-street (Bp statis.)
Carriages, gorncss, Ctr.
-J^.-CH,APIN ?Si CO.,
ABE NOW PREPARING TO OPEN AT THEIR
NEW STORE, No. 193, southwest corner of
MEETING AND WENTWORTH STREETS,
A Large (Stock of
FINE CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
Which they will sel' at LOW PRICES and on ac?
They are also prepared, at their old stand, No. 20
HAYNE-STREET, to rill all orders in their line ,
TEXAS COTTON CARTS
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, kc.
Sept 14 nae 3
-piIRB, M A ll I S ?j AND LIFE
S. Y. TUPFER,
IN BXANTER3' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILD?
ING, EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York, Cash Capital and 8ur
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York, Casu Capital and Surplus. 1,715,760
MANHATTAN INSJRANCE COMPA?
NY, of New York, Cash Capital and
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of New York, Cash Capital
and Surplus. 1,890,844
NORTH AMEhlOAN INSURANCE
COMPANY, of New York, Cash Capi?
tal and Surplus. 795,337
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital. 1,000,000
CENTRAL CITY INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of Selma, Cash Capital. ?00,000
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, Cash Capital. 500,000
g O U T H ? R N
LIFE INSURANCE 00 MP A NY,
PURELY A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
Assets July 1, I860.9510,000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PEE CENT.
INSURES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS L033ES. 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, President.
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLQUITT, Viet-Pres?dent?.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MORRIS, Secretary.
BOARD OP DIRECTO RS.
Atlanta, Ga.-JOHN B. GORDON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEXANDER, J. H. CALLS.WAY, J. M.
Athens, Ga,-B. C. YANCEY, BEN J. H. HILL, HOB?
Columbia, 8. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C. H. PHIMZY, EDWABD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga.-D. E. BUTLEB.
Washington, Ga.- ROBERT TOOMBS.
Cutnbert, Ga -B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga - A. H. COLQUTTT.
Charlotte, N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale 8. 0 -B. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL. .
J. H. MI LL Kit, General Agent,
S. Y. TUPPER, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
H. W DESAUSSURE, M. D., Medical Fxamlner.
August 19 i Die 2mos
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized in 1859 .
ALL P0L1CE3 NO N-FORFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LA8TCA6H DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices in force.835,900.000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. HOOKER, Vice-Pr?sident.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent,
Hon. JOHN A. DIX, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper k Uros., ex*
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
WM M. VERMILTE, Banker (Vennllye & Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Corni
Hon. GEORGE OPDTKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT' . MORGAN, Banker.
THOMAS Blaster, Firm Thomas Rigney k Co.
liENJ. li. HER >iAN, Treasurer New York Stain) Su?
gar Refiuiug Couipany.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of vruold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD G. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Lawyers.
E V. HAUOHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haughwout & Co.
WM WILKES'S, Firm of V7. Wilkens & Co.
J L'LI us H. PILA rc. Merc?ant.
WM. W vt RIGHT. Merchant.
CHAS J. TARS. Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant,
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. -HENWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fitt> Avenue and
EDWABr H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN ST J KRNA, Examining Physician,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
?.mee No. 965 JU tag-street,
CH ABLESJON, 8. 0
(groceries ano ?HisreUaaeaas.
PRIME C. B. SIDES, R. SIDES,
SHOULDERS, STRIPS, LARD, .s.v..
.tc ?Si?. Y
1 f\ HHD?. PRIME C. R. SIDES
J_U 10 bhds. Prime Ribbed Sides
10 bhds. 1 rime Shoulders
lObhds. Bright Second-Qu.Uty Shoulders
2500 pounds Choice N. Y. S. C. Strips and Bellies
50 in bs Pore and Exrra Lard
30 bbls. Choice Molasses.
Landing and for salo by
Sept 15 2 LAUBEV jj ALEXANDER.
DRY SALTED SHOULDERS. &c.
5HHDS. DRY 8A.LTED SHOULDERS
5 linds. Prime smoked Shoulders
5 hhds. Bacon Sides
5 boxes Bellies
3d tubs Goshen Butter.
Landing from steamer and for sale by
gept 16 B. <t A. P. CALDWELL.
HEAVY SEA ISLAND BAB
LANDING PEB 8CHOONEB MYBOVER. FOR
SALE LOW. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
Sept IS_ 1
FRUIT AND POTATOES.
J?3T ARRIVED BY STEAMER CHAMPION, A
fine lot of FRUIT, including "Deleware"
CLEAR STONE PEACHES, (extra Ano,) al o' the best
kind of POTATOES for table use, very good ones,
and cheap CABBAGE, at
M. N. KLEIN'S Cheap Fruit Store,
Sept IS_1*_No. 339 King-street
PEACHES AND APPLES.
JUST ABBIYED. A FINE LOT OF TH03E CL?AB
STONE CRAW KORO PEACHES, also a fine lot
of Northern Apples, which wUl be sold cheap
to citizens by the tingle package. Aooly to ?
Sept 15 1? No. 42 Market-street, north sade.
GINNY CLOTH. *
A f\ BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH. LAND
-?VJ ING from the Schooner Ida Bell.-, at Brown
k Co.'a Wharves and for sale low by
8TBEET BROTHERSk CO.
5 tkrees Cincinnati sugar-cured CANVASED
H ?MS._1_Sept 15
1 QA AAA BE8T PEEDEE SHINGLES,
lOU.VVV for sale at low rate?. Apply to
7 J HN O MALLONEE,
At his Lumber Y ?rd and Planing Mills,
Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern
N. B.-LUMBER of all descriptions on band, at
lowest market prices. 6_Sept 15
COAL! COAL ! COAL !
1 A A T0NS VEBT SUPERIOR RED ASH STOVE
1UU COAL, landing tbls day and for sale by
BUDD at BLAKE,
Sept 15_1_Boyce's Wharf.
Q7AA SACK9 LIVEBPOOL SALT, IN FINE
0 I \J\J order, landin? fxom Bark Vinco.
For sale by T. J. atlBR A CO.
Sept 14 _
OATS, BLACK PEAS AND HAY.
QAAA BUSHELS BBIQHT WESTERN OATS,
J?UUU suitable for Seed
1000 bushels Black Cow Peas
300 bales N, R. Hay.
In store and for sale by T. J. KEBR k 00.
NICE CALIFORNIA GRAPES.
JUST RECEIVED. PER STEAMSHIP SARAGOS?
SA, a lot of nico fresh CALIFORNIA GRAPES.
Parties wishing any will please to call soon at Stalls
Nos. 1 and 62 FRUIT MARKET.
Also we bave a nice fref'' lot of AUGUSTA
MELONS. G. GENTILE.
Sept 14_2*_F. BUKBO.
COAL AFLOAT. ?
A A A T0NS BE8T QUALITY BED COAL, ASH,
rrUU Egg and stove alie?
300 tons Cumberland Coal, for Blacksmith's and
steam, daily expected and for sale low, while
landing, by H. F. BAKER k 00.,
Sept 14 3 Coal Yard, Cumberland-street
~~ GUNNY CLOTH.
1 AA B*LES EXTRA WBIGBT, FOB 8ALE
1 Uv low, to arrive, in ics to suit purchasers,
by E. LAFITTE k GO.,
Sept 13 3 No. 20 Broad-street,
GUNNY CLOTH AN!? ROPE.
ALES GUNNY CLO I H. STANDARD WEIGHT
Coils Rope. For aale low by
CLAGHOIIN, HERRING .t CO.,
Sept 13 6 Accommodation Wharf.
No. 1. PERU YIAN GUANO.
OAA TONS No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
?UU RANTED PURE. For sale by
8>pt7_T. J. KERR k CO.
IJ fr BALES EXTRA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 44
I O to 45 inches wide, and weighing 2S pound?.
For sale by T. J. KERB k CO.
Sept 3 _
FOR SALE LOW. TO ARRIVE,
-| fi BALES 44 INCa DUNDEE BAGGING FOB
JLU Sea I.?la nd Cotton.
J. D. AIKEN k CO.,
Sept 10 > South Atlantic Wharf.
C)?T BALES GUNNY CLOTH
AUO 25 rolla T. C. & Co.'a Sea Island Bagging.
In store. For sale by . W. GURNEY.
Sept 10_6 No. 102 East Bay.
ON THE SPOT AND T? ARRIVE.
For sale hy \
August 20 GEO. A. TRE^OLM ?t SUN.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DR. H. BAER, No. 131
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTID^>J2
Bose's Couuh Syrup
Schenk'* Pulmonlc Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tome
Spears' Fruit Preserving solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, Ac . Ac.
Fleming's Worm Confections
W light's Bejuvenabng Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbosphlts of Lime
Van Deneen's Worm confections
Hurley's Worm Candy
Bardotte's Worm s'ugar Drops
8challenbergpr'8 Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver rm*
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial for Children Teething
Jayne's ba Dative Pills
Radwav's Ready Relief
Rad way's R. Pills
Rsdway'8 Ready Resolvent.
June 21 m wi
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
Dr. H. BABB,
Jone 26 No. 131 MeeMiiR-street.
Wines, fiqnors, (Cte.
Q L D WB1SKIKK, ^
THE UNDERSIGNED BIG LEWK TO AN?
NOUNCE that tliev have beeu appointe I by il es-rs.
HKNRY s. HAN^ls ir CO.. of Philidelphia, their
sole Agentsf'ir the St.teof South Carolina for the
salo of their celebrated AC.VIE X XX, XXX. XXXX,
NKC'I AR CABINET and. oilier br.nds OLD RYE
They also wish to announce that tu .>. will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER Di-. TILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at HannisviUV, Berkeley County, West
Liboral contracta will b . milo tor Ia 'ito lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Diarillerv Warehouse.
CLACIDs k WTTTfc:,
No. 86 East Bay street,
June IC wfmSmos charleston, 8. C.
J R. SOLOMONS, M. D..
BASEL-STREET, OPPOSITE SYNAGOGUE.
Sept 6 f_
(tijinn, tomare, (Etc.
JELLING OFF I SELLING OFF! I
AT AND BELOW COST.
TBE ENTIBE STOCK OF
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY.
G. H. BROWN,
Sept 13 3 No. 13? Meeting -street,