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If M WS 3 U M M AS) Y .
-Gold at New Jork yeateiday closed at 864.
-The New York colton market was heavy;
?ales 2800 bales at 30c.
-At Liverpool cotton closed a shade firmer;
* uplands 13d.; Orleans 13?d; sales 80?0 bales.
-The garrison at Fort McPherson, Nebras?
ka, enjoyed, on the 5th instant, the first snow
storm of the season.
-Tba orange groves on the St. John's River,
Florida, are said to be more frnitlnl than for
ton years previously.
-The coolest place in London is the reading
room of the British ll aseara, which, strange to
?ay, is cooled by steam.
-The Avondale relief fond ia Philadelphia
Amounts to over $200,000. The Richings con?
cert in behalf of the sufferers netted $77915.
-Train told the Hormons the other evening
- that ha had "moro power in directing pnblio
Opinion than any other five hundred men in
-The Israelites of "Sow York have organized
a tree burial society, tor the parp?se of pro
-fiding decent interment for all Israelites who
die there in straightened circumstances.
-The electrical method is to be adopted for
lighting the street lamps in Boston. The en?
tire city eui be lighted by this process in five
minn tee, and the lights can be as qaickly ex?
-James Fisk, Jr., the great railroad specu?
lator, is rather an exaggerated specimen of
-the genna American. He now proposes to lay
a> third rail orar the Rochester and Syracuse
Railroad from Albany to Saratoga to connect
with the Susquehanna route, and thus give a
broad-gauge connection with the West. If the
company refuse to extend aid in the matter,
Fisk proposes to build a new railroad on his j
individual responsibility. He also intends
building a monster steamer to run between
-Albany and New York, which, when completed,
will be the largest vessel of the kind io the
W.orhL Long lire Fisk I "
-The Delaware, L? ka wan na and Western
Jtailroad Company, owners of the Avondale
mine, have given $20,000 for the relief of the
Avondale sufferers. The company do not be?
lier? that the fixe in the mine was tbe work of
incendiaries, bot was the result of the oareless
.* nen of a miner who descended the shaft with
a bundle of hay, which became ignited from
the lamp the miners carry on their bats.
Adams Express Company hare contributed,
$1000 for the sufferers. Work at all the mines
ia now going on quietly, exoept at Avondale,
?afcissss tM?X6m\-tm? muni - ontlin'*!-**-.
be consumed in repairs.
-A queer case has been submitted to Gene?
ral Spinner, United States Treasurer, for aa
opinion. It seems that a litigation is going on
in one of the Prussian Courts where the ques?
tion of consideration turns upon the genuine?
ness of certain Confederate treasury noter.
One party balda that they are counterfeit,
while the other maintains that they are genu
* lae, and, therefore, a consideration according
to the terms of the contract. A specimen of
tba notes has been submitted to General Spin?
ner through Baron Oerolt, the North German
Ambassador, for a decision as to whether they
are genuine or not. He is of the opinion that
the apeara?-! submitted is a genome issue of
the Confederate Treasury, but be declines to
have his opinion considered as evidence la the
metterV The question now arises, -.rho can
give competent evidence of the genuineness of
these notes, and, if genome, what is their
' market value in Germany ?
-A manuscript in a bottlo, presumed to be
a relic of tho Franklin Polar Expedition, was
picked up the other day *t SAD Boen*. Ven?
tura, on tbe Pacific ooast. In it the fiador was
requested to forward it to the Secretary of the
Admiralty, London, or the British Consul
at the nearest port. The reqieat was printed
in six commercial languages. The margin
and every vacant portion was filled with writ?
ing relating to Sur John Franklin and party,
the lost Arctic explorers. Ihe document was
evidently cast into the water in latitude 69
deg. 87 min. 40soc., longitude 98 deg. 4 min. 5
soo. It gires an account of the desertion of
the ships Erebar and Te ror. The party
numbered one hundred and five at the time of
she desertion, under command of F. B. M.
Cxosaier. They succeeded in reaching the
above latitude and longitude, where they
found a relio of the late Sir John Boss. It
states that the party wintered at Beechy Is?
land in 1846-'47, and Sir Joho Franklin died
June ll, 1847. It contains many interesting
incidents connected with the expedition.
-Emigration to the West? it is stated, has
received a great impetus from the completion
of the Pacific Railroad, and from tho work fur?
nished to laboren on other railroad routes to
California. A smaller pioportipu than ever of
the emigrants arriving from abroad, it is be?
lieved, remain in the Atlantic States. The pas
sengt -s on the emigrant ?hips no sooner land
at Ce .tie Garden than ihey commence making
inquiries as to (he shortest routes to the West,
.and proceed cn their journey with as little
delay as possible. It ia believed that, during
the next twelve months, folly a hundred thous?
and persons, both native and foreign born,
will remove and settle in Kansas and the States
beyond. It is reported that villages aro
springing op in every direction, where a year
ago thero was nothing but prairie, without a
village or even ahnt. At Laramie, five hut>
dred and seventy-two miles west of Omaha,
there was not a house to be seen two years
ago, and now the traveller meets with a flour?
ishing town with fifteen hundred inhabitants,
a fine railroad depot, a good hotel and large
-California papers ore received, with foll ac?
counts of the recent election in that 8tate. The
San Framciaco Herald says it was a positive
tidal wave, sweeping over the whole coast, and
loaring the Radical party stranded and shat?
tered, so that they can never again enter into
the sea of politics in California. What is noe
of the most observable fea'ure< in the resolt
is that the Radical party is broken into small
fragmenta. In the City ot 8ao Francisco it did
not emerge once from its shell, or show its
head. One Wing voted the Democratic ticket,
and of the other wi og rast Dum bera staid away
froaa tho polis. The party cannot in many
jean rfoover such discipline as will make it ,
effective, without Borne great overpowering
blunder on the part of its adversaries, lt haa
tought its last battle in California for many a
year to come; nor will it ever regain a sure
foothold until it shall have changed its name
and its prinoiples. The Radical Sacramento
Union acknowledges "a very general Demo?
cratic victory," and the San Francisco. Morn?
ing Call (Independent) calls it "unprecedoot
ed and overwhelming." The State, it says,
will now be redistricted for members of Con?
gress. The Sacramento Herald ia frank enough
to acknowledge the overthrow of ?ts party.
-A gentleman from Texas, who has been a
prominent friend and supporter of General
Hamiliton for Governor in that State, had a
lengthy interview with the President in New
York City last Sunday, before his departure for
Pennsylvania. The President referred to the
report of his conversation with General Clark,
and said there were several inaccuracies in the
printed correspondence, or that General Clark
had misapprehended bis remarks. He was re?
ported to have said: "Governor Hamilton has
gone over to the rebels, but that is no reason
why I should," when in faot, upon the asser?
tion of General Clark that General Hamilton
had gone over to the rebels, the President said:
"If Hamilton does go over to the enemies of
the Republican party, 'tis no reason why I
should." The Presideat was loth to believe
the defection of Governor Hamilton from the
Republican ranks. Regarding the remark that
as between Throokmorton and Hamilton he
would prefer the former, he explained that if
Hamilton had left the Republican party and
was running as the candidate of the Democrats,
he would much rather seo a straightout Demo?
crat like Governor Throokmorton elected. He
knew Governor Throckmorton, and in a late
interview with that gentleman had been very
favorably impressed with the fair and just
view he took of Southern political affairs. - The
above is the substance of the conversation
which ia given to the public by permission o?
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 17, 1869.
Tbc Cotton. Crop, Again.
Through the courtesy of the proprietors
of the New York Commercial and Financial
Chroniole, wo received last evening ad
vanoe sheets of the issue of that journal for
Saturday, September 18, containing its an?
nual statement of the ootton crop. The
Chroniole, we are satisfied, has now more
extended and complete facilities for gather?
ing prompt and accurate commercial statis?
tics Utan are enjoyed by any paper in
America; and as its tables are invariably
prepared with gr?&t fairness and oare, we
are inclined is this inBtaice to place more
confidence in its figure? than in those of
any other authority Below we give the
main pointa of Ute Chronicle's statement,
which, it will be sen, differs in several im?
portant particulars from the estimates that
have already been given :
BJ JEIPTS FOB TUX RAB KSSIHa
Sept. 1,1869. Sept. 1.1868.
New Orleans.794 206 684 240
South Carolina.199.072 240 431
Georgia.867263 496 959
Florida. 18 892 38,693
North Carolina. 86 908 88 643
.New York.104.684 106 973
.Boston. 86.033 34 862
.Philadelphia. 20.114 24,211
... 1 . ? ? .1. X<7 XVI M mu
.Portland, Me. 1991 2,304.
Tennessee, Ac., direct
to manufacturers... .258,611 271,711
not included in the
above. 60,090 82,000
Total crop for year. .2.439.039 2.593,993
This statement, doubtless, is not without
its doff ot?; but it probably presents as fair
and full a summing up of the eotton move
meat for the post twelve months as we are
likely to get. The Chroniole states, in refer- ,
enoe to the stocks held by Northern spin?
ners, that although some of the largest cor?
porations hold seven and eight weeks'
supply, the body of the Spinnern are lig ; ly
stooked. It estimates the ac u ii o n-ump
tion of the milla for the past uouiiu >v> .l
year at about 968.000 bales, against 982 000
bales consumed ia 1867- 8.
Tho Amendment In Danger.
There is something ludicrous in the alarm
exhibited by the Radical presses of the
Norah at the threatened failure of their pet
scheme to make the Fifteenth Amendment
a part of the Federal Constitution. Even
the most sanguine friends of the Artiole
limit their hopes to barely securing the
votes of the 28 States required for its rati?
fication; while tho philosophic editor of tne
New York Times ooolly advises his politi?
cal friends to prepare to submit with as
good a graoe as may be to the rejection of
the measure. There would seem, indeed,
to be very good grounds for the hope that
the country may, after all, escapo being
saddled with a polioy so repugnant to the
views of the vast majority of its people.
In Pennsylvania the Democrats are con?
ducting the pending oanvass with the avow?
ed purport, if 8\4cce88l'ul, of repealing the
ratification which that State has alre-ioy
given to the amendment lu New York a
similar effort will be made at the next elec?
tion. Tennessee, it is admitted, will refuse
to ratify; and even Virginia, on which it
was hoped the amendment would certainly
be forced by the iniquitous Recoustructtun
aots of Congress, is uow set down as deci?
dedly doubtful And even should the co?
erced assent of the three unrepresented
States-Virginia, Mississippi and Texas_
be obtained, the number of States required
by the terms of the oonstttution to make it
a part of that instrument oould only be
made up by reoogaiiing and coaming the
notoriously invalid aol of ratification of the
Indiana Legislature, and by altogether ig?
noring acta of repeal which cher States,
nader the influenoe of "the sober second
"thought," have hastened to pass. Tainted
though the Supreme Court of the United
States maj be with partisan bias, we have
still sufficient conti lenee in the fairness
a jd deo ency of me men who compose it to
believe that ?ney would refuse to sanction
or rooognise ?a binding an Artiole of our
fundamental law, th? pretended ratification
of which had b?en a mere pieee of political
jugglery and sharp practice.
The President and the Ringi.
Ia its tender solicitude for the interest of
"jobs" and "rings," our present State Gov?
ernment but faithfully imitates the course
of the big Radical concern at Washington.
Ered the "simple soldier," Grant, seems to
have learned a thing or two about "party
"necessities." Witness his careful desig?
nation of the following clause of the pro?
posed Mississippi constitution, as one of the
sections to be voted upon separately from
the rest :
"The credit of the State shall not be pledged
or loaned in aid of any person, association or
corporation; nor shall the State hereafter be?
come a stockholder in any corporation or asso?
We can understand how obnoxious such
a section would be to a paok of stock-job?
bing legislators, and the action of the Pres?
ident in this oase certainly looks as if he
had the agent of some big Ring at his elbow.
We trust that Mississippi will disappoint
her hungry Radicals by refusing to strike
so healthy a proviso from her organic law.
Br THE letter from Marion Courthouse,
whioh we print in another column, it will
be seen that the first move in the case
against the new President and Directors of
the Cheraw anti Coalfields Railroad Com?
pany, has resulted just as we had hoped.
The next hearing of the case will take place
at Darlington Courthouse on the 8th of |
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. FOR
Y?UN4 LADIES will resume ils Exercised
OCTOBER i, at corner Wentworth and Rutledge
streets. Apply for Circulars. Mrs. JOHN LAD RE SS,
Principal. Dfmw6-ol3 Sept 17
8PARTANB?KG COURTHOUSE, S. C,
TBE SIXTEENTH COLLEGIATE TEAS WILL
open on the first MONOAX?U October next, Appli?
cants for Coliego Classe? aud Preparatory School are
requested to be punctual in attendance.
Tuition in College per anrum, $61 tn specie, but
payai le m Hs equivalent in currency; tuition in Pre?
paratory School p :r annum. Sil, in currency.
Board in private families about $10 per mon>h.
Bv messing, students can obtain board at from $6
to H2 per montla
For lurtber particulars address.
Bev. A.M. SHIPP, D. D..
Sept 13_IO* m_FrpsldenU
RS UL INE INSTITUTS,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
ITNOKB THE PA rn OSAGE or
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, please address THE MOTHEB
SUPERIOR, Ursuline Convent, Valle Cruels.
Sept 6 Imo
MKS. HHPSOV PINCK.NBV ?H.t.
resume the exercises of her BOARDING AND
DAT SCHOOL for yoaog ladies, on MOITDAY, Octo?
ber 4th, at No 33 UA-EL-SiRKET.
Professor of French. Mr DuBOSE.
Professor of German, Dr. BLANCKE, (late Pro?
fessor of Languages at Chtttenham, England.)
Sept 15 wfmlmo
HOHE FOB BOTS,
ASHLEY - STREET, CHARLESTON.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL
commence on the 1st of October 1). V. Limited to
400. The HOMfc will be reopened on the same day.
We are limited to 100 Inmates, and applications
should be madest once. Punctual attendance tare
l^u^tionnfto*'Bev? "A fT P??T?>,*B?ctor Vf
School and Home,
lerms for Dar school, tuition payable in advance:
Classical Course.$3 00 per month.
English. 125 per month.
Primary. 75 uer month.
We are eodeavortn r io secure the services ot a
first-class Kreuch Teacher. If we succeed due no?
nce will oe RIV-n Our aim bas boon to make this a
School nf the hi .'heat character, and shall nseour
beat endeavors to attain this end
Sept 10 fmw9 Principal.
UNIVKHMi . F OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TnMrxt session will begin oo the roar Moir
PAT m OCTOBER, and continue without intermis?
sion, to tbe ensuing July.
Anvantages ar? offered at thia Institution to Stu?
dents In Law ithe graduates being entitled to prac?
tice in the ronna ol thl* state;) in Medicine, (the
course of li st uction heine extensive and thorough,
wiih two Witten eliminations during the sosslon;)
in Engineering, Mattieraatics, Mental, Moral aud
Political Philosophy. H story. Rhetoric, EngliBh
Literatur?, Ancient and Modern Languages, and In
the various Scientific Schoo.s.
Expenses for esalou of nina months: Annual
feo, $3; Library feo, $10; Room Rent fee. S16; TuiUon
fee,-; ior each of three schoola. $15; Tuition lo
Law or Medicine. $50 Hoard can be bad at $16 to
$30 per month. Bv messine lt will be less.
For furner Information, send for Catalogues to
the Secretary of the Faculty, Rev. C. UUCX'E
WALKER. B.W. BARNWELL.
Chairman of Faculty.
Colombia, t?. C., August 2,1869.
August 8 fm w24
J R. SOLOMONS, 91. D..
Has It et urn ed,
H ABEL-STREET, OPPOSITE SYNAGOGUE.
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIR FIRST-CLASS BOTEL, SITUATED IN A
pleasant location, and in the business portion of the
?itv, rendors it the moat desirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests, .be accommodations
areunsarpasf ed. having extensive suites of elegantly
fumlsned apirtmenta lor f'milles a d single gentle?
men. Thc propn-tor will endeavor io maintain the
biitb reputation e joyed by the "nharleeton" aa a
?rst-class bous*, and no effort ?lil be spared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore be-towej upon lt.
The best of Livery accommodations will be found
adjoining tbe establishment.
Ibe house I- supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water o< which delightful baths can be had
either clay or Di rhL E. IS. J\CB>ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
TUIH NKW AND OOMMOL?O?S HOUSE, LOCAL
KU corner ot Braadwar and Korty-second-sircet,
possesses ii-iv;intago? ovi-r all other houses for the ac
cooiuiodatiou o tts* puesta, lt was hellt expreesjj
for a ftr-t-H ?ss ramily boarding house-the roomr
bama largi> and en suite, bested hy menin-with bul
and cold w ter aod furnished second to noie; wbne
the culinary department is in the <oost experienced
bunds, arl rdlng -ueets an uneqaaii?d table.
one of atwood's Patent Elevator? ia aiso among
toe "modern iuiprove.meutH" auit ut the service ol
guests at al> hours.
The Broadway and University Place Car? pass the
door everv four 'minutes, running from the Oltj
Hall io Centr d Parc, while tho Sixth and -eventb
Avenue'ines ar? but a ebert block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating arith all
the depots, steamboat landings, ulaces of a/ruse
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MUK* dc HULL KY, Proprietors,
Varch 12 ' timos
J T. liUnaPHKKYS.
BROKER AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS
SION MEUCHA M.
SAUCh Ol' H KAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SB
0UBITIE8 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No.. ST BROAO-STHEKI
OHABLKTON, g. a
RIFE REN C RB.
HOB. HEN Ul BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Caa.
General J AM 28 CONNRB, T. B. WABISG. E*).
WANTED A COMPETENT BOOK
KEEPER, In a Cotton Factor's office One
having a general knowledge of the business pre?
ferred. Address, In own handwriting and name,
COTTON FAOTOB, at this Office._Sept 17
TINSMITHS WANTED .-GOOD IN?
DOOR and outdoor workmen can find employ?
ment by applying to H. A. DUO, No. 18 Hayne-street.
liberal wages. 3_Sept 17
WANTED BY THE SUBSCRIBERS, A
YOUNO LAD who can make himself gener?
ally useful in a Dry Gooda Store. Good references
required. LOUIS COHEN fe CO. 1 8ept 17
WANTED TO RENT, A SCHOOL?
HOUSE and RESIDENCE. Address, stating
terms, P. 0. Box No. 169. wfm22 August ll
ANTED, A YOUNG LADT TO AT
TEND in a Confectionery Store. One who is
willing to make herself useful and is well recom?
mended, can i-pply by letter, KEY BOX No. 15, Post
office. 2_Sept 15
WANTED A FEMALE TE A CHE lt,
thoroughly competent to teach all of the
English branches and Music. Address W. H. W.,
ST. MATTHEWS, S. C._6_Sept ll
AYOUNO MAN, OF FOUR YEARS'
business experience in this eily, and capable
or giving the best references here, desiree a perma?
nent Situation In some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage preferred. Address A B. C., Box 30.
Sept 1 ?_Imo?
GOOD SERVANTS. WHITE AND COL
OBED, can be obtained by ayplying to EM?
PLOYMENT OFFICE, ho. 50 Queen-street.
WANTED, A YOUTH FROM 16 to ?0
years old, who would be willing to make him?
self generally useful aa Clerk in a store in Union ville,
8. C. Address POSTOFFICE BOX, No. 17, Union
C. H., S.C. August 14
flM6)ff A DAY MA OE AT HOM EI 33
KD?O entirely new articles for Agents. Sam?
ples sent fra*. Address H. B. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
August 24 PAP_Imo
WANTED, HY A MARRIED MAN, A
situation in some Cotton Mill south or South?
west; ia acquainted with ah branches, having work?
ed in them all, but should Bf le ct WEAT1.NO as a
choice. Parties wishing to engage such a person
will please address a note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 148 State-street, Booton. May 24
wishing to employ large or small numbers of
CHIN ESE LABOBEBS, tray make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gang? of siae required,
delivered in any part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANaCHAAP, 8an Francisco, California.
WANTED, KV ICKY BOO Y TO KStlW
that JOB PRINTING of ill kinds, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly in the neatest
style and at tbe lowest New York prices, at I ni
NKWS Job Office, No. 149 Kh*T BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of pnces beforo giving your orders
WANTED. AGENT* KOK THE AMERI?
CAN FAHMEBS* HOBSE BOOK, In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert -tewart, V. H., of Miss.
I he work oovera the ?hole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment ol horses and mules,
bo'li in aickuoea and health. It oas won Ita way to
popular favor, and ia 13-day the moat popular and
best selling Horse Book out. Address 0. F. TEN P,
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* March 19
TO RENT, A SUITE OF ROOMS WITH
separate kitchen, in a burge brick residence on
Meetiug-streeL Apjlyat THIS OFFICE.
Sept 17 fmw3
TO RENT, THAT LAKGE AND COM
MOlTOUS HOU.iE at the northwest corner of
VANDEPHORSf and KINO STRUTH, over Dr.
Aimar's Ding store. The House has recently been
piiuled and fitted np. being a gooJ location and
suitable for a Hoarding House or school. Kent low.
For furtber particulars, apply to No. 4YANDRR
HORS r-STREET._Sept 10
OFFICE TO RENT.-THAT DESIRA?
BLE OFFI E.No.40 BROAD-STREET, con?
dining two rooms (Iront and back), now in com.
Bei? order. Apply ?tf oremisea to I. 8. K. BEN
ETT, or to No. 255 glNO-STREET. 8ept 3
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having houses to rent, can have their Placards,
fee, printed at the lowest rates, and in the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
HCE, No. 149 East Bay.
rH. SALE,THE FINE GROCERY
STORE. Na icu St Philip-street, opposite Bo
gard-street. Rent low. For further part'culars, apply
on the PREMISES._6*_Sept 16
FOR SALE, A EINE N O lt T H I) lt li
HORSE, draws gently in either single or double
draft, Anni? ?<. - at L,En. o onuwr.s,
Society-.-treet, near Klnc-street. 2 Sept 16
FOR SALK, 1100 ACRES OF WELL
TIMBERED LaND in lower pot of Barnwell
Count', six miles ?rom South Fdisto River. Terms
made vory low. For particulars, address Dr. 0. B.
HUrro, Graham's Turnout, 0.8. R. B.
August 20_pao 36
AUCTION EE KS. BROKERS, AND
others wishing "r or Sale" Placards, Business
j Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult then- Interest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Baal Bay._
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quantity. Price 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapeat wrapping paper that can be need. Ap?
ply at the office of THE N fe.WS. March 1
_fort anii Jonno.
LOST OK STOL**, A SILVE't SET,
but gold mounted DI A MO ^D RING both set?
ting ai>d ring ftTuch worn. Jeweller? are requested
not to pu-chose, and to Mop the same if offered for
sale. I be finder will be rewarded by leaving ihe
same at THIS OFFICE._a t?ept 17
PICKED UP UN THE HALFMOON
Battery, on last Monday, two BKASs KEYS
which can be obtained by proving proper'y and pay?
ing expenses. f ept 14
LOST, A BLACK AND TAN TERRIER
DOG. answitiog to tbe name or Fannie. A
suitable reward will be paid if left at the CORNER
OF BKAUF* IN AND GADSDEN STREETS.
FOUND, A SAFE KEY ON EAST BAY,
between Queen and Marget streets, which the
owner can have by applying at the DAILY Nt:WS
OFFICE, and paying expenses. Sept 8
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD,
for Ibe arrest of i HOM As MALLOY an Irlsb
man. who allied John Ho ly. Haid Mall y is about
39 years old. flvo feet eiglit to nine incites high,
florid complexion, blue eye?, dark hair, weighs about
180 |> >uuda, and has a scar on tho lace The above
reward will be paid for his delivery in Barnwell Jail.
Whosoever taken the above Mallo will notify CHaS.
ED VI ON DST ON, Magistrate, at Aiken, S. C.
Sept 10 LUTHES HOLLY.
J.1 have thia day aasociited them elves m the
WOOD HU>INt8S, at WES. END MILL- .THEIST,
under the name ot WARING fe SIMONS.
# tr. M WARING.
Sept 13 mwfj* AUGUSTUS I. SIMONS.
TOE UN DE K SIGN KD HAVE THIS
day formed a copartuer-hip for the pur* ose of
conducting the COI IO* H HOKE H A (? tl AND SHIP?
PING HU?lN h> 4, under the namo and style of
WIISELL & THOMPSON.
T. T.. WIT SELL.
Sept 13 C JOHN M. THOMPSON.
$MOiul\ou of Ojiurincrsriif).
"VT OTIC F.-THE COPA RT NEK SH It*
ly berclofore i xiaiiag between the undersigned,
uuler tue name, of KIRKPATRICK fe WI lt E. is dis?
solved bv its own limitation
A Lew partnership under (be sam>-narac, ha? been
formed uetwneu mesan" parlies, which I* authoriz?
ed to co iect tho asset* and hquMa'c the debt- of the
turn IT concern. J AS. U Hf HKl'ATHICK.
-eptl w6 GEO. W. WliIE.
C. ALDEN dc CO.,
No. 34J PINE-8Ti.EE T,
NEW TORE CITY.
W. C. ALDEN, 1 Waw v",k
WM. ELLIOT!, |NeW ?Ori'
J. M. MORGAN, late of Chariest>n, P. 0
Negotiate Eales or SOU IH ERN BEAL ESTATE,
and exchanges of the same for Merchandise, fee.
Refer to Messrs. Goo. A. Trenholm & Son, Charles.
ton. 8. ll Sept 4
Q H A S. HICKEY,
POBTBAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MVNUFAO
No. 345 ?INO-STREET,
CHaBLEsTON, S.C, i
LOOKING-GLASSES of ell 3?2ee fitted to Frame?.
July 16 ssc fmw3rao
TBE ATTENTION OF THE BUSINESS PUBLIC
is invited to*the following greatly REDUCED
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay.
From %% 50 per thousand and upwards, accord?
ing to size acd quality of card.
From $4 00 per thousand and upwards, accord
iDg to the quantity of matter and quality of paper.
With Business Card ne?tly printed thereon, at
from S'A 50 per thousand and upwards, according
At from $3 50 per thousand and upwards, accord
inn to size and quality of paper and amount ot
At from 40 cents per thousand and upwards, ac?
cording to size and quantity.
ALL OTHER KI*DS OF PBINIINO will be done
at correspondingly low ratea, and in the best stylo at
JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
IN THE NEWS BUILDING,
No. 149 EAST BAY.
*3-CALL AND SE Efl SPEC1MEN8.-?
jy> YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake in the morning with a thorough
appreciation of your Egg, Bolla and Coffee ?
Sept 17 3mos USE SOLOMONS* BITTERS.
HotUn ?ins, (Etc
THE GEORGIA SAW GIN,
FORMERLY "CLEMONS" GIN, OF COLUMBUS,
IRON SCREW COTTON PRESS,
THE MOST SIMPLE, DURABLE AND EFFEC?
TIVE EVER INVESTED,
AT REDUCED P3ICE8.
For information aud descriptive lists cf the abjve,
HUGER di RAVENEL,
No. 0 6 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
General Agents for State.
ALSO AGENTS FOU
PORTABLE RICE '1H lt Es HERS, RICE FAN'S,
GRIST MILLS, bc.
Fept 15 wfm8
COTTON GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TR ADD-STREE1.
WEARE NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND
Gin t>e* Island and Upland Cotton at the old ratea of
toll-6 cents per pound for Sea Islands, 4 cents per
pound for Uplands, ginned by "Gullett (?in."
Sept 3 fmwlmo Adger's Wharf.
JILLETTS STEEL BRUSH
THE SUB-CRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO
fill orders for these justly celebrated GINS. Certifi?
cates from reliable planters in this state, who have
bought and used them the past season, aa well aa
from the Factors and Brokera, fully confirm all that
is claimO'i for them; and the fact is now well estab?
lished -hat the increase in the pncn of Cotton ginned
ou th'J Gin will, on every forty bales, fully pay for
the cost of the Oin.
HALL'S PATENT C01TON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, aaving botn time and labor in
the ginning of a crop. Can bo attached to any Gin
Send for Circulars.
No. GI EAST BAY, SOUTH OF 6LDP?STOFFICE,
Augusts mwi'2inoa 'Jhurlroton, S. t?.
f j oi. ii i :> t% MACBETH.
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charier ion, fa. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS. 11KALE8TATE
GENERAL CM Ol MISSION AGENTS
Will Bittend to Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and salo ol Stocks, Bonus, Gold,
Silver and Real Karate.
To the Purchase ot Goods and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reasonable terme.
.tironoE L. HOLUES.ALEXAHDEU MACBETH.
Jaouarv 1 yr
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NOTARY P?RLIC AND GENERAL AO BUT,
No. 16 Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLIDUS BUB TN ESS IN AL
J?8UNG ACCOUNT* of Merchant* and otters,
and in WRITING OP AND POSTING tbeir BOOEti,
either in pan or whole. Ac. January 9
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT.
Corner Meeting-Street and HorlbeeU'a
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
PURELY A SOCIHEBN INSTITUTION.
Assets July 1, I860.1510,000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
INSURES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS L038ES. Its principal business ia with
Southern States, and to them it appeals for patron?
age. It baa ample means to fully protect policy-hold*
era and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, President
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLQUITT, Vlct-Presldenta.
A. AUSTELL, E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MORRIS, Secretary.
BOARD or DIRECTORS.
Atlanta, Ga.-JOH? B. GOSDON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEXANDER, J. H. CALLA WAY, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. C. YANCET, BENJ. H. HILL, HOB?
Columbia, 8. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C. H. PHTNTZT, EDWABD THOMAS.
Madison, Qa_D. E. BUTLEB.
Washington, Ga.- ROBEBT TOOMBS.
Cutnbert, Ga -B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Qa -A. H. COLQUTTT.
Charlotte. N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale, S. C - B. L. WILLI Vi. HAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. ill LL Kit, General Agent,
S. Y. TUPPER, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
H. W. DESAUSSURE, M. D., Medical Examiner.
August 19 _pac_amos
QU A R D I A N MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized in 1850 .
ALL POLICES NON-FORFEII?BLE.
HALF LOA N TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices In force.S'45,000,000
Annual Income......". 800,000
Lossea Paid. . 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper 4 Bros., ex?
Mayor Now York.
Jons J. OBANZ, President Bank Republic.
WM. M. VERMILTE, Banker (Vermilye 4 Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Corni
Hon. GEOBOE OPDTKS, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOBOAN, Banker.
THOMAS BIONET, Firm Thomas Bignoy 4 Co.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Benning Company.
AABON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Ricw?wr>H BOWNE, Wetmore k Bowne, Lawyers.
Ti. V. HAUOHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout 4 Co.
WM WILSENS, Firm of W. Wilkeiis k Co.
JULIUS H. PBATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STAUB, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire In?ur
JOHN G. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenue and
Twenty-1 b ird-street
EDWARD H. WRIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWELL, Merchant.
GENERAL AGENT FOB SOUTH CABOLINA.
Dr. T. BEENSTJEBNA. Examining Physician.
GENEBAL AGENT FOR OHABLESTON.
Office No. 365 Klng-atreet,
OHABLESTON, a 0
January 12 nae lyr
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
FIBE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. $10(1,000 paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company.
Stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only alz
per cent, of ita earnings lo the Stockholders; the
rest o f the profits divided among the Policyholders
on the conti lbution plan.
lire Department has been in successful opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
Lire Department in full and successful operation,
and vierng with old compauiea in its success.
Ail of its Pcllciea non-torfeitable, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an annuity table and return premium plan.
No restrictions upon travel, place of residence or
Women Insured on same terms as men.
Loons half of its premiums. No notes taken,
w. J. LAWTON, President
J. C. MCBURNEY, Vi<:r.Pres.dent
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. MCCAY, ronan ruting Actuary.
P. H. WRIGHT, E?aminiHsPhysician.
This Company is now prepared to 'oke risks either
tn the Firu or Life Hetartuientd, and solicita a share
ol the patronage ol' the city and Mate.
J. G. IIOLMKS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local and Travelling agents wanted in all parta of
the Ma'e. Liberal cummissiens allowed, or a sal?
ary If preferred. Applications to be made to
J. G. HOLMES, Tr General Agent. No. 33 Broad
street. Charles ton, s. OL
July 21 nae wfm
JJ II O U Ii L, Y N
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KINOS OF Li FE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Divid-nds annually io cash.
Onlv Company having the Definite Guaranteed bur
render-Value PhD Policies, world-wide. Second to
no Company m the United States tor stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BO?CK, President,
Wu. M. COLE, t-eereiary.
State Agency Na 35 Broad-street, Socend Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or bv letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
July ia mWf Amos
?rarm'es anH JHtSiflldotoai.
1 OAA BUSHELS PRIM S WESTERN WHITE
CORN, landing from StcanuHp
Charleston, For sale bj
Sept 17 2_T. J. KKBB& CO.
FRUIT ! FRUIT! FK?IT !
ey f\f\ BON CHES BANANAS
?UU 6000 Planttlns.
Just received from Rnatan and for aale low, at Nos.
53, 57 and 59 Market-street C. BART A CO.
A AA BALES BRIMEN. H. HAT. FOB SALE
4fcUU by E. 4 A. P, CALDWELL.
RE FOR SALE BY.
Dra. RAOUL k LY NAH,
Corner King and Market streets.
Sept 17 3moa
Q A A T0NS co?.L. CABOOBS or SCHOONERS
O Uv J. May and W. B. Tbomaa. daily expected,
comprising R. A. Egg, Stove and chestnut, all war?
ranted to be of the best quality.
MOV LAS DEW.
SOO ions CUMBERLAND COAL, the beat 6ml?&'
Coal known. r
For sale by H. F. BAKER k CO.,
Sept 17 3 Coal Yard. Cnmberiand-atreet.
CURES FKVEIl AND AGUE.
?JIBE FINEST TONIC IN THEVOBLD.
MST For sale by all Druggists.
G J. LUHN, Agent,
Corner King and John streets,
Sept 17_3mo?_Charleston. 8. C.
SIDES AND SHCttJLDEBS.
IK HHDS. PRIME C. R. SIDES
?J 10 hhds. Prim* Rib 8ides
25 bhds. Choice Western Shoulden
50 boxes Large D. S. bhouldeca.
In atore and for sale low by
Septic 3 J PF FORD 9 b CO.
1 QA AAA BE8T PEEDEE SHINGLES,
lOU.vUU for sale at low rates. Apply to
7 J HM O. M ALLON EB,
At his Lumber Y ?rd and Planing Mills,
Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern
N. B.-LUMBER of all descriptions on hand, at
lowest market prices. 6 Sept 15
QT AA BAPK9 LIVEBP90L SALT, IN FINE
O i I ' \J order, landing from Birk Vinco.
For salo by T. J. KERR k CO.
A AA T0NS BESR QUALITY RED COAL, ASH,
**V/V/ Egg and Stove aises
300 tons Cumberland Coal, for Blacksmith's and
sterno, daily expected and for sale low, while
landing, by H. F. baKKB k CO., ?fe.
Sept 14 3 Coal Yard, ''mmberland-street.
GUNNYULOTH ANO ROPE.
BALES GUNNY CLOTH. STANDARD WEIGHT
Coila Rope. For sale TJW by
CLAGHORN, HERRINGA CO.,
Sept 13 6 Accommodation Wharf.
No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
OAA T<>N3 No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
??UU RANTED PURE. For sale by
St pt 7 T. J. KERR k 00.
IJP B?BE8 EXTRA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 44
lt) to 45 inches wide, and weighing 2s pounds.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
FOR SALE LOW.
-I f\ BALES 44 INCH DUNDEE BAGGING FOR
1U Sea Island Cotton.
J. D. AIKEN a CO.,
Sept 10_South Atlantic Wharf.
ON THE SPOT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale by
August20 GEO. A. TRE>HOLM k BON.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BABB, NO. 131
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Scbenk'a Pulmonic Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tonic
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-, ic. bc.
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir A
Churchill's Syrup Hypophosphlt* ot Lime
Van Deneen's Worm i on'ertious
Hurley's Wo. m candy
Bardotte'- Worm . ugar Drops
GtBieub.Tg Pi ID
-J? Ce. ha io PiUa
SchallenberRer's Fever and Ague Pilla
McLane's Liver Till?
LiunV Vegetabio Tills
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's /> Iterative *>
Jayne's hanartve Pills
Rtdwav'a Ready Relief
Radway'a R. Pills
Ridway'a Ready Resolvent,
June 91 mwf
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
Dr. H. BABB, '
Jone 26 No. l il Meeting-street.
-jryo YOU WISH TU PH?VCST YOUS
CHILL AND FEVER ?
Sept 17 3mos USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
Cobarra- Cigars, (Ctr.
WHOLESAIE A Kn BETAU.
. TOBACCO HOUSE,
NO. 314 KING-STREET. CORNER OP SOCIETY.
Always on band a Ano anil large a-sortment of
for Cigar Manufacturer?, viz: Connect ent, Pennsyl?
vania, New York ^tite S>ed, &... at ow pnce*.
Also Havana Leaf irom il 10 per pound |by the
bale) upwards; hue self work ut $1 40 per pound.
VIEGINIA LEAF TOBACCO,
especially suitable for plantation use, at 20 cents per
pound; larger quantities at reduced rates.
at all prices, and
All the celebrated brands at low rater.
from $20 per thousand npwards to $80.
Merchants and counumer* ire respectfully invited
to call, the undersized bang resolved to give sat?
Sept 10 fmwlm* J. MADSEN.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 26 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PROMPT ATIENTION GIVEN TO THE POB
CHASa and aale cf Beal Bs-atc. Stocks, Booda, Bink
Bille, kc, kc. wfm2mo os Sept la