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UM*. Ost* D*0?r *ece, _
-Qoid was greatly excitad in New York
jtrstftHsj in consequence of warlike rumor*,
and dosed at iii.
-In New York yesterday cotton opened
bearr, dosing with ernies of 3830 bales at
-Cotton ai Liverpool yosterdy was irregu?
lar Pith sales of.3000 bales for speculation and
1000 bales for exoor tatiou at the following rate?:
Uplands Ujtlis); Orleans 12Jal2<d.
-The Colt Works at Hartford axe making
30,000 txccch fcarrrng rifles for the Russian
-Vicksburg, Miss., has always been a fighting
town, and now it has a paper, the Herald edited
mad published by Messrs, Spears A Swords.
-A steam shovel, capable of doing the work
Of one hundred men, has Just been pat in ute
on one of the Illinois Railroads, for the purpose
ct loading ears with gravel.
-Th? New York Board of Aldermen hara re?
solved to call on tho Congressmen trotz ?bat city
to urge the recognition of Cuban independence
upon Congress at its corning session.
-Two women were found dead, and a man
in an insensible condition, in Philadelphia,
Saturday night; the effects of sleeping in a
t'osa roam.with a coal fire in the grate.
-A photographer attached to the War Office
in England bas succeeded in measuring dis?
tance} and heights by means of the camera,
tfcexebj making it a formidable agent in mili?
tary oiaa it ions.
-Congo Squire, io New Orleans, is to
change its name tor Humboldt Square, so soon
M : he Oer mans erect a statue to Humboldt in
st. So d?cid?e the New Orleans City Council,
on th? petition of Gorman d&sena,
-Tao okra plant, a? tb? basis of the stock
for making paper, is now being extensively
experimented with ia ths South, and one of
1 abe mills in Alabama has iirited proposals for
' the supply nf twelve hundred tons of thia xna
-Money and politkware sadly unsettled in
Japan, - The paper ?orrenoy ia at a discount,
and the HfJtado is so an popular that a conspira?
cy-was recently organised to set np another,
ant was discovered and exploded. Another
oat brea! ie expected.
-lae auaqtfrioea of Alaska are most agree?
able insects,. They distill a delicate aroma
whoa thej bi**, whioh has tao anaesthetic effect
of chsaroform, and their bite is not reno moos.
Hst tired traveller coarta their music as apre
product ol Alaska that he
took pains to have some specimens sent to the
patent office in Washington.
-A Washington ktu?r says: Quite a straggle
ia going on quietly for the nine United States
circuit Judgeships created by an act of Congress
last spring. These positions aja^reeard.d aw
very dosirablo by lawyers who doairo to retire
" from Utasjlous practice at the bar, and this
class in general are seeking tbe nominations,
bnt it in believed the President wall not name
th* appointees until Congress convenes.
-A direct importation of tea from China to
?CttWgtat'ba? ooaunenced, bat it difiera from
otdi awry tann ittatiuiis, inasmuch as retail deal
era dab together and order a few chests each,
ay which means they expect to be able to sell
auch toa as ts sold for SI 50 or il 75 for lees
than iL This is a species of co-operative im?
portation, and perhaps it contains the germ of
a vast trade. Kow that intercourse with
China is so easy, we may look for great
? -Science threatens the extinguishment cf
??the dusty nu Uer." A method has been dis?
covered of making bread without grinding the
grain, and a patent bia been taken out for the
jarochas. Ia making bread from floor there is
??nek waste, one haodred pounds of grain
yielding only one hundred and twelve pounds
of brand. By (ha new process the same amount
-of grain will prodoce one hundred and fifty
posadsof oread, I Meroo ver, the decomposed
and test gluten'm tbe old process is preserved
m the new.
-Tb* response of the country to the appeal
for the AToedale fjcfferera bas been most g:at i
fying. About $350.000 have th as far been
raima to rebeVe tao wants of the widows
created by that disaster. Most of th? eofiec
ttoasararnadeinsnaa i sam-*, wring fi om one
dollar to ten dollars, thoa showing that sympa?
thy with the sufferers is very wide-spread,
toothing ali classes, ande diing: for the widow's
Batta as weil aa the corporation s purse. Mean?
time, it is gratifying, that io toe verdict of the
tory of inquest up tn the victims no counten?
ance was given to the horrible rumor that tbe
catastrnphhwe* the result of m candi ar ism, per?
petrated byVj*alous faction of men of their own
callina. Tbe jory distinctly SST 'the fire orig?
ma ted from tbe furnace in the mines taking
effect on the wooden brattice" in the chaft. It
would seem ss if the miners were exposed to
bodily perils and sufferings enougb without
imputing to them, wit hon. sufficient evidence,
crimes ai which humanity shudders. But, es
regards the future, the owners or operators of
abe rame? cannot ba relieved of their responai
rsjiiry if t?reydo not provide more than one out
K. of escape, and that of materials which can
mi ba deatroyed by accident or design. In tbe
ease of the At?ndale, if the Single shaft had
been properly protected, the fire, it is haltered,
could not have occurred.
-lao particnlars of the murder of Fraulein
Tonne, th? Dutch lady, while tra veiling in
Africa, ar* given by a Matta correspondent of
a London paper. For better protection, she
bad eatmgad. tba services of t TO chiefs to es?
cort ber to Ghat Tbe chiefs quarrelled, or 1
pretended to quarrel, wheo two Europeans in '
her service in endeavoring to p cir? t^em got i
first mutilated and then slam, wHereupon ,
Miss Tinn?, notbigg daunted, made har ,
appears ace to pacify the cou ten dmr chiefs,
who, seeing ber with uplifted hand, 1
and fancying that she iras about dis- '
charging a ie salter, aimed a rot wi?h a 1
eoimetar, and chopped off the lad v's band. <
mm? lias? unetnlj after a ball pierced her breast I
1 and left ber aleteas. A young Algerina giri m j
ber ?arme ?SM carried away, ba' all the others, f
.maa, women and children, Mahomedans. were (
spared, and were on their return to Mourxourk, (
to wbtob jUaee the? will eodaaror to carry the
body of lb?-mattress, who had expressed a '
wish,if anything happened to her,to be inteired
at Mourzourk. Not only was the body stripped
and plundered before it waa cold, bat also ber
money, jewelry and baggage shared ont among
the lawlest eeocrt. The newa reached Tripoli
August 18. Two of her nephews have gone to
look after her body.
-The Havana correspondent of the New
York Sun writes: "When the first detailed
news of the battle of Los lunas reached the
press here, the Diario de la Marina said that
the Cuban commanders had burned one hun?
dred and thirty cf their killed soldiers during
the foreDOon of the 16th ultimo, whiie the Span?
ish force were hemmed within the Grand Plaza.
They did it, said the Diario, to prevent a more
hideous disposition, an actual feast for vul?
tures. This was all so unnatural that one hes?
itated to send the story abroad. Since then
news more tangible bas been received, and I
think I can Rive you the correct version of the
most monstrous crime perpetrated in war
sin? the butcher Escoborio assassinated one
hundred and one Belgian and French troops
and threw their mangled bodies into the San
Jacinto well. The old quart*?! of Los lunas
was changed into a hospital when this war was
beguo. Only the large open courts were still
used for holding prisoners. Ail tbs Cubans
taken prisoners, by the Spaniards in the east?
ern departments for the last three months prior
to the battle had been taken to that city and
placed in the quaxtel there. They number?
ed one hundred and thirty. This quartet
ts outside the city, and surrounded by several
wooden buildings, a class of slave pens. Wheo
the Spaniards found, on thc mnrniug of tbe
THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 23, 1869.
The Fate or tate University.
Inquiries reach us from all sides
what is to become of the State Uni
resity under the management of the
Radical crew who new control its character
and destinies. Some surprise, indeed, has
been expressed that any of the members of j
the old faculty should hare found it con?
sistent with their tastes and feelings to
still remain oonnected with the institution
But from trustworthy information that we
hare obtained in regard to the circum?
stances which embarrassed their notion,
we are satisfied that their course has been
eminently honorable, judicious and patri
olio. Haring received their appointments
at the hands of the old board of trustees,
the professors deemed themselres in honor
bound to instruct the students, who had
come in October last, to the ead of the term.
Them students had entered the institution
with a riew of going through the year, and
could not well, for the rest of the tent, ge 1
elsewhere. This was especially true of |
those who expected to take degrees and
enter apon the practice of their profes?
sions. M J re over, it was urged by many that
the resignation of the profess ora would, prac?
tically, break np the University; that they
were not justified in assailing the responsi?
bility of consummating so deplorable a re
salt; and that, if the institution was
fated, it should rest with the people cf j
the State to pronounce its doom. Impressed
with these views, lome of the professors, as
Wt learn, merely remain now, awaiting
the action of oar people-of the parents of j
the young men who wouM hare flecked to
fh? iUr'Jt*"'f''tTf _f""**V diff?*,?*>t tntsuot
Snouid that acuon oe adverse lo support?
ing the institution, they will at once resign.
Thoa the people of the State will them?
selres hare to determine the future of the
University, bj either sending or withhold?
ing their sons. If they he withheld, the I
question arises, what will be the aotion of j
the hoard of trustees* They declare, we
anderstand, that they care nothing for
their positions. Will they, then, graceful ly
admit their signal failure, and resign; or
will they madly cling to an empty honor,
and thereby completely and finally crush
.the first educational institution in the
Oar Rivavla lat the Baut-Tate Cotton Pro- |
cl ac ti on of India..
Two very interesting papers relative to
the coarse of cotton production and export
from the Central Prorinces of India and
the Beran, during the year 1867- 68, and a
portion of the year 1869, hare recently
been forwarded from the United States
Consulate at Bombay to the New York
Journal of Commerce. The fir.it is a com?
plete report of the cotton department for
the former year, and the second is a letter
from the commissioner, H. R'.Tett-Carnac,
Esq., dated Jane 18, 1889, to the Bombay
Chamber of Commerce, bringing ap the
statisties of the subject, as near as possible,
to the latter date, being the close of the
season. The information contained ia these
reports throws much lght on the gene?
ral subject of the production of cotton in
the East, though the area to which they
refer ia only a comparatively small portion
of the great Indian cotton field. Thus the
combined production of the Central Prov?
inces and the Berate is here staled at
250,000 bales (Bombay bale of 394 poonda j
net cotton.) while the entire product of the j
cotton growing districts is giren a* 1,400,
OOO bales. Of this amount Bombay absorbed
the great bulk, 1,025,000 bales, wh ca
came from the Beran, the Central Prov?
inces, Khandeah, Guserat, Dhollera, Catch,
the Deccan and Kitam'e Country, Dharwar,
&c , Calcutta receiving only ISO OOO bales,
Madras 170,000, Kur rac nee 40,0o0, and the
remainder reaching the coast at Burmese
In the letter of Commissioner Carnac
mach stress is laid upon the improvements
taking place in the methods of pressing
and handling the staple, and in the means
of telegraphic and mail communication
with the cotton district-improvements
which, it is to be presumed, are not con?
fined to toe particular districts under con
sideration, bul are doabtleei common to
the other parts of India The government
telegraph department has extended its lines
io various local markets, connecting them
with Bombay and Europe, and (he cemmis
rioner says: "It is now proposed to add,
"withont delay, a separate oottoa line for
'the ase of oar marketa" The Great Ia
lian Peninsula Ballway Company hare
ikewise increased the faciliti s for trans?
porting cotton to the seaboard by eon
itruoiiag ..sidings" and branch roads, so
hat now ?the system of cotton yards has,
?with the sanction of government, been
.discontinued.*' Up te quite? recent period
auch of the product was carried long di:
anees on the backs of bullocks, and wi
unloaded every night, often in the mm
Ad subject to loss and deterioration in vi
?ions ways. The Bombay Cotton Commi
ee, in 1S47, estimated that "the who
'charges of conveyance to Bombay fro
.the mart of Khangaon, only 216 miles di
'tant, being the nearest of all, do not fa
'short of CG per cent, on the price of tl
'commodity." We do not find any stat
nent of the ourrent railroad charges; bi
.he cost of transportation has been furthi
reduced by the extension of the use of tl
sutton press. The conversion of ballot
paths into cart roads, in certain cases, hi
further facilitated the arrival of eotton i
narke t, and it is possible for the gove ri
nant to cheapen its coat yet more at tl
ports of shipment, by the removal of tl
bax which it has to pay at the towns 1
which it is brought. This tax has airead
been somewhat reduced, bat the commi
sioner is very urgeot ia advising its tot:
abolition, citing the repeal of the tax c
American cotton as a reason for lightenit
to the utmost the bardens of the India
staple. In the race that Ind?? must rn
with America for a place in the Manches.?
market, the weight ef the "octroi" dutie
he say?, cannot fail to tell against tl
The attempt to extend the growth of tb
"Hingunghat," Berar and other saperit
cottons-which are mort especially ti
rivals of the American-into the less favor?
districts of India, has, so far, been attend?
with bat indifferent success, the commi
stoner expressing the belie! that the supt
riority of the staple produced in those di:
tricia is doe to local causes. Of exper
ments likewise made with American see
the commissioner says that "the result <
"the experiments, conducted again tai
"year with great care, has not been sue
"as to convince me that the American cette
"seed is likely to prove a success in Cet
"tral India." The report details the vari
oas measures taken for the improvement c
the indigenous plant, among which is th
establishment of three seed farms, aggrc
gating 260 acres, in selected spots withi
the districts referred to.
The exports toward Bombay of Centn
Provinces and Berar cotton daring th
season of 186S-'69 are stated as follow?
Fall-pressed bales. 70 501; half presse
bales, 177,775; dohras, 74,595. The nura
ber of acres ander cultivation in these die
tricts in 1867- 68 was 1,254,552; and i
1868-'69,1,286,742; showing an increase c
32,190 acres in the latter year. The commis
sioner, however, remarks: "As stated earl
'.in the season, the area ander ealtivatio;
"has a?t undergone any marked change
"and is still nearly at the figure at which i
"has now been for several years, and a
"which it is likely to remain for some timi
"to come. For, save under extraordin?r]
"circumstances, the cultivation is nollikelj
"to receive any appreciable extension.'
The reason for this conclusion is stated t<
be that "la the Nurdah Valley, where thi
"crop is most successful, the crop st il
"takes ap one half of the land sown for tb?
"autumn harvest: while in the Valley ol
mV. TX-_V ?VJ_i- c- .... ?- '
"tivated area is devoted to cotton. When
"it is remembered that an area at leasl
"equal to that sown with cotton mast bc
"reserved for other produce in order te
"admit of thc rotation of crops, it will b?
?'understood that the cul.tvuion does nol
"admit of mach extension in this quarter "
The Hingunghat eotton is sown during
the first break in the weather following the
Betting in of the rains, generally on fields
which have borne a grain crop the pr?vi?
ens year, the soil having been broken ap
previous to the monsoon by the "bukhur,"
a rough instrument peculiar to that part of
the country, and which ii passed over the
feld five or six times. The seed ia thea
sown in drills, very close, and the plant is
hoed soon after it appears above ground.
It is then left to itself till weeds appear,
when it is weeded by hand, and thinned
when found to be too close. It begins to
flower in September, the pods form the fol?
lowing month, and ia November the cap
Bales barst, and the .. nt on is ready to be
picked. The ginning has heretofore been
done by a native invention called the
"churka," or "reeba." Ia closing his re?
port for 1$67-'6S, Commissioner Carnac
"Jobbulr'JJ and Hingunghat have for some
time s ie enj . ed the advantage of tbe pres
Si.oo of European merchants. But the number
5f half-preeses and full-presses at these places
have considerably increased during the last
fear, and Messrs. Warwick * Co. intend, I be?
lieve, to set up a ginning factory at Hincun
rbat. Tbe Hofussil Ginning and Pressing
Company bare now been at work some time m
the Beran, and their exoeH-ntly managed cs
tablishments have done mach to keep ap tbe
aredit of the cotton sent down from this part
if India. The factories of the Deccan C ^mpa
ay at Khanraon and Budnaira, which were af?
fected by the misfortunes that overtook Bom
say in 1865, long remained uncompleted; but
luting 1868 they have been opened and worked.
Che large faetones *t the conon markets are
ndeed one of tho most interesting feaures of
.he Beran?, and attracted tbe particular auen
aon of Sir Erhard lYmrtle on bis tour through
be provinces. At tbe markets of Himrangnat
De-olee, At vee, Ovnraotee, Akott\ Sh'VJgaum
md Khangaon, we now have European firms
?atablislied for the purchase of cotton; uno. :o
bc gentlemen settled there, who hive got on
rery well with, and are very mr.ch liked by,
be cultivators, is th? great -mp ovemeut that
las recently taken p]ico in the cotton and cor?
on trade of these provinces to a jrrcat extent
lue " _ _ _
THE BLUE KIDSE KING ?ill bear watch
ng for same time to come. The trick by
rhich the contrae ors saved themselves
rom the forfeiture of their bargain and
'b?gan work" ou the road, is a fitting se
inel to the adroit little operations in the
lovernor's parlors, so thoroughly exposed
y our correspondent "Lex " Vta'? the in
sresting letter from W*tna,lla printed in l
CoxMBKciAi. circulars from Liverpool '
oncur ia the statement that though the
?Teal crops are very unequal, they will
robably not fall suffici-mly below theaver
ge to make muck difft-rmce in the entrent r
rices of bread and floor It is rather
>o early, however, to pronounce a definite "
tdgmeaL A week or tea days henoe will J
ill the story.
ITT ANTED TO HIRE. A WOSAS,
TT without encumbrance, to cook and wash for
smill famitr. Gocd r?f?rence rv quired. Apply in
tUTLEDGE-SI BEE!, three doo:? above Queen
treet. Sept 28
U'ASTED_A AIJDDLbl-AGED PER?
SON", who has considerable experience m
Jookkrupins, lieneral comrniss-on and Shipping
fastness, and alto io thc Classification of Cotton,
rubes to obum a siruaiun in a respectable mer
anrPe house where be can make bini-el! useiul m
he above branches. Cm also corre.-pond in two
ar guage*. Salary moderate. Address A. B. C.,
brough PostofBce Box SK. thm'? Sept 23
ITT-A N TED. A JIIUDLK-ACKD FE?
TT MALE, rf gcod character and experience, to
.eside m a family in the country, to attend a tick
wrson. an>l make herself generally useful. Such an
me will hear of an excel'ent situation by applying at
rms orncE. thstu3 t*ept 23
BOYS WASTED.-A CO I-P LE OP AC?
TIVE and intelligent Boya, at P. P. TOALE'S
?ash Pac Lo rr, Uorlbeck'a Whan, near Northeastern
Btaitroad Depot. 1* Sept 2S
TJJTASTED-AGESTS-flOO TO $'?50 PEE
TT month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the genuine improved COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Tnis machine will
Hitch, h. m. fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and
embroider In a moat superior manner. Price only
118. Fully warranted for Ave years. Both upper
and underfeed style?. We will pay 11000 for any
machine that will sew stringer, more be? uti tul, er
more elastic scam than eura. Ii male? the real ela?
dc lock-stick. Everv second stitch can be cut. and
still the cloth cacnot be pulled apart without tearlna
lt. We pay Agent? from $100 to $?50 per month and
expenses, or a commission from which twice that
amount can be made. OHO- McEAIHBON * CO ,
Nashville. Tenn. Catmax-Donol be imposed upon
by other parties palm n g off worthless cast iron ma
chine? under the same name or otherwise. Ours is
the only genuiue and really practicM cheap machine
manufactured, pao Imo*_Sept,v>
"IT T'A A TED, CAPH AL OP ?5000 (K1VE
TT thousand dollars.| to ongage in the TUB
PENIINE BUSINESS, bv the first of November.
Add C. ss 'TURPENTINE. " NEWS ota'Q- Sept 20
TfTA%TKD \ v ACT1VK AND COMPE?
T? TENT WOMAN to de Cooking. Washing and
Ironinc, al?o to assist in Housework for a small
familv. Apply at No. UT CALHOl'N-sTRkET.
CASDY MAKERS WASTED.-WAST?
ED 1 WO FJR>T-CLASS 1 AN I T MAKEBS. tor
which the highest wa., s will b* paid. Apply to
C. H. CLAUSSEN. NO. 10 Market-street.
i YOl.\C MAN, OP FOIR YEARS'
.?X. business experience in thia city, and capable
01 giving the best references he*e, deetres a perma?
nent Situation in some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage prcfetred. Address A. B. C, Box 30.
GOOD SERVANTS. WHITE AND COL
OREO, can be obtained by ay plying to EM
PL0TMENT OFFICE, >o. ? Queen-street.
IT ANTED, A YOCTI1 FROS* 16 to ?O
T T year* old, who would be walang to make him
?elf generally useful aa Clerk In a store in Union ville.
6. C. Address POsTOFFICE BOX. No. 17, Union
C. H.. S. C. August lt
fil A DAY MA OE AT IlOMEl 33
yjsjO ea tire iv new articles for Agents. Sam
p es seat free. Address H. B. SHAW, Alfred. Me.
VITAS TIC D, BY A aTARRlED MAN, _
VT situation in some Cotton Mill <outb or Sonth
weet; is acquainted with all brauche?, having work?
ed tn them all, but should select WEAVING as a
choice. 1 artie* winning to engage such a perso u
will please address a note, slating terms, to JOHN *
KELLY. No. US State-street, Boston. May 2t
wishing to employ large or miall number* of
CHINESE LABORERS, xray make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gangs of sia>- required,
delivered ia any part of the country, by application
to KoOPM.ANsCHAAP, San Francisco, California.
Joly 20 _
1 (TASTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
Tv that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neatest
stvie aud at tue lowest New fork prices, at 1 ac
NEW* Job Office. No. 149 EAST BAT. Call and ex?
amine the scale of pricca before giving your order*
TTTA.\TED. AU KN TS KOK THE AM ER!
TT CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK. In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Stewart, V. S., of Mia?.
The work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and males,
uo'h in sickness and health. It has won its way to
popular favor, and is t>day the moat popular and
be?t selBnc Horse Book out Address 0. F. VEN 1,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
f 0 Brit.
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(oppoaile Dalry Neus Office.! for particulars, apply
at No 1 NOB i H ATLANTIC WHARF.
Sept 23 th -m ?4
TO tt EST.-GE^TliKHKR LAS OUT Alt
furn iah ed ROOMS pleasantly situated, by ap?
plying at No. 46 BEAU! AlN-siKKEr.
Sept 16 thin
rREST, TWO SICK ROOMS A VD
LABOE PlAZZv. with the use of kitchen
rooms. Apply at No. 29 L A>tL-S . Et ET.
.??pt 21_ ?.
OF Ki CE TO lt KN I .-TMA r DESIRA?
BLE PFFI E. No 40 BB.lAD-STBEEr, con?
taining two rooms (Iront and bael'), now in com*
pleie order. Apply on nremiaes to I. S. E. BKN
NSTT. or to No. i5S KIN?-STRKKT. Sept 3
?>EAL ESTATE AGENTS. AND OTHERS
Vi having bouM> to rent, can have their Placards,
Ac printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of tvpe, st THE NEWS JOB OF
?ICE, No. 149 East Ray.
FOR SAL*-". \ H\BfOS<lMB BLACK
B?RSE, fit eta hinds high and nine years old,
of One form and stilish inaction, works in ?ingle
or'loable draft. for terms, ?c., inquire ot' ?. C.
K\U Fit AN. Broker and Commission Agent, No. 25
Broad-! tree L tb-2 dept 23
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
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Calhoun and Eut Bay atrects. No. 35. Apply ON
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PHISTING PR* SS FOR SALK AT A
GTiE.vT I'ABGAIN -One SM.ALt.i YLINDER'
TATI O d PR 1 SS in complete reoair. ft has been but
little used, and IH mid siarlv beean e the p.-esent
owner bas no tue for it. lue aiz < ot the I ci ot the
Press ia f. rty-tour bv uftv-eixht t?cbea. ?aid Pres*,
will be sold at a great bargain If appIieJ for at on.-e,
a- the room it occupies la wanted for otoer purposes.
Address Box Na 3796, NEW YOEE POSIUFFILE.
AUCTION RE KS, BROKERS, ASO
others wishing Ml or Sala" I lararAs, business
Cards, or other Joli Printing executed with neat?
ness ud dispatch, will courait their Interest by leav?
ing ?hair orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, Na
U9 Er wi Bay._
WK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPE VS IN
Jj any cuannty. iti.-e 76 cents per hundred,
lue cheapest wrappin. naper that can se used. Ap
plv ?. the office of THE N ttWS. March 1
fa nb for Silt.
J7*OR SALE. 1100 ACHES OP Vi t- LL
J? TIMBERED L?ND in lower p.rtof Barnwell
Count , six miles from south 1 disto River. Terms
made very low For particulars, andres* Dr. C. B.
HUT TO, G.-ibam'* Turnout. CS. IL K.
Aura?! 20 nae 35
fust una J?anb.
PICKED PP t)1 THE HALFMOON
llatt.rv. on last M on dav two BK ASH KPYS
which caa be obtained t>v proving proi?<-r:j a ad nay.
ing expenses, t-eptu
FHIND. A SAFK KEYOVEASr B\Y.
I ? ween Qu?en an I Mar?et stre 'ts winch the
i amer can have by applying it the DULY N; Wa
DFt-ICE. and pajing ex;vn-es. -ept S
FIFTY DOLL A KS REWARD-4TOLRN
on the nient of thc isttt instan:, tro o mv plan?
?t on. near Briucbvtrie, s. it. by a ne/ro m..n, one
arse CHB-TSUr SORRKL H >R-F. about 16 -ands
ligb. six years old; hts a white blaze lace, white left
orv foot up to he knee, and .. ?mall scar ou the
ame foot, caused by a recent hu-: by a hook, with
l?verai small scare jrom th? saddle Twente eve
lollara additional will bt paid for the detention af
he thief where I can get him.
A. H. FAIREY.
Sept 1? 6 Branchville. S. C.
rHE r*DEt:SlG\fCD HAVE HK
MOVt v ta the northeast corner ol K\sT BAY
. ND FK.AMVR*? WHAM where w-shall be pleased
osee our fru? da and ffer . or well assorted stock
fGBOcERIEs LIQTJOBN TOBACC
Sept21 Imo CLACIU- A WITS.
Cop rt ar rsi) ip 9ft irr.
rHE SDKSC?. iBatH HAS As ?sod\
1ED with him ia the SUCTION AND BEAL
STATE BU?LNE?\ Hr F. H. JOHNSTON,acd
ii) conduct the .ame nader the firm of BY AN a
JHNSIONE at Ko n Brotd-street.
Sertember 20. 1869. WM. B. ETAN.
Sept 21 tUtasS*
,VAsm\OTO.% LODGE, Ho. 5, A. F. Bf.
? NEXTRA OOMMUNICCIION OF WA8BING
?Ta. TON L-xlgit, No. 5. will be held at Masonic
lali. THIS , ihursdty; Evxsiso. September 23, it
Caa I:d ite- f ir tbe E. A. Degree are requested to
Br order W. M. C D. SIGWALD.
Sept 23 Secretary.
MASOMC FAIR ASSOCIATION
4 CAI LED IIEETTK'.T OF THE COMMITTEE
r*L ON MANAGEMENT will beheld TB? ITTW
KO, at Masonic Hall, at halt-past Seven o'clock.
R. E. BROWN.
Sept 33 Secretary.
HAMPTON RIFLE CLLB.
A S FXTRA MEETING OF THE CLUB WILL BE
,-\. held Ims ETEJCUJO, at tight o clock.
By order. D. B. GILLILAND.
Sept 23 Secretary.
CAROLINA EDUCATIONAL INSTI?
BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
No. ll Coming-street. Charleston, S. C.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed D. V.: on Monday. October C.
air. and Mrs O. W ALEXANDER.
Madame A. GIRARD.
Sept ?3 th-imwf*
J)t TLKDGK AVENUE SEMINARY
REV. D. X. LAFAR, PRINCIPAL.
THIS SEMINARY RESUMES ITS DUTIES AT
the northwest corner of CALHOUN-STREET AND
RUTLEDGE AVENUE, on the FIRST MOSUAT in Oc?
tober next._ ?h?2*
ENGLISH. FRENCH, CLASSICAL AXD
MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL. NORTHWEST
CORNER BULL AND COMING STREETS.-1 he ex
erctsisot the subscriber's School w:ll be resumed
on the first Monday in October.
A new . lass w:ll be formed fir boy* of about ten
vear* of ige. and \ few pupils a'so can he accommo?
dated wwh b(urd. JO?. T. CALDWELL.
Sept 33 :hra4
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON -
The exercises of this institution were resumed
on WEDNESDAY. September tv Instruction given in
LATIN. GREEK. FRENCH. GERMAN. M \ THE
MAILS, and the higher branches ot ENGLI*H.
The school ls well supplied with Maps, G.obes and
Philosophical apparat u-.
Terms of Tuition-Twelve Dollar? per quarter,
payable in advance. No extra charge tor i Tench,
German or Stanonery.
W. R. KIVGMAN, A. M., Principal.
ACADEMY OF Ol'R LADY OF MERCY,
OUEEN-STREET. -The Exerrlaae-of this Aca?
demy will be resumed MOND?T, September 27 1809;
wiU clea? July the 39th 1370. tntbmS Sept 21
MKS.WM. D. DeSACSSCUK AND MKS.
EDMUND RAVENEL will resume th.- duties
oi their School, at No. 3S Meetinc-strect, on MOOTAT,
October 4. 1869._thstn6?_Sept IC
MISS EMM V E. HOLMES WILL
reopen ber SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Monday,
October 4th, at No. 26 WALL-STREET, one door
from Calhoun._statnlmo*_Sept 18
rR REV. DK. LORD'S SCHOOL FOR
TOUNG LA TI Es-School Room of St. Paul's
Caurcb. Board in? Pupils received at Dr. LORD'S
resitler.ee. Ihe firth tenn viii commence October
1st. AU tbe branches of English. Clinical and Polite
Education are taught No additional char, e for the
1 acgnages. 1 he head of the School is the principal
Teacher, and R VPS it his personl! attention daring
tho entire time of instruction thm6 sept 16
TH*: EXERCISES OF MRS. BLUM'S
SCHOOL will be resumed on Monday. October
4:b, at her RE*lDE>Vt', Mary-street, oppose Eli?
zabeth. All the branch' s o? an English education
taught. Music and French if desired. Sept 20
V^y OFFORD COLLEGE,
SPARTANBURG COURTHOUSE, S. C,
THE SIXTEENTH COLLEGIATE SEAR WILL
open on the fl-rt MOSDA*>I October next. Appli
canta for College Classen ATM Preparatory Sclnol are
requested to bc punctual in attendance.
Tuition in College per annum, $51 tn srecie, but
payai le In i'a equivalent in currency; tuition in Pre?
paratory School p -r annum. S4t. in currency.
Board m p?rrate families about 116 per month.
B? messing, students can obtain board at from SS
to $11 per month.
For lurther particulars address.
Rev. A. M. SHTPP. D. D.,
Sept 13 10* PraidtnL
?JJ ~-- - - .>????..?/???,
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UKDxa TBS PATRONAGE or
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNGH.
For Prospectus, please address THE MOTHER
SUPERIOR, Ursuline Convent, Valle Crucia...
Sept 6 Imo
I JOOK lil Y Efts WILL KIM) IT TO
IHE1R ADVANTAGE TO CONsULI THIS
The List will be Chang.-d st least Once e Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
ros SILE AT
Ft 11? A KT 1 E'S BOOK. DEPOSITORY.
Catalogue No. 14.
HENRY CRABB ROBINSON-Durr, Reminis
Cupct-s Aa i t'onvspondence 2 roi?. Si
CHRISTIAN SINGES* OF GIP. MAN A, by Cathe?
rine Wiukworth, with 6 Portraits. $2.
ASPACIA. by C Holland $1 35.
MORAL REFORMS, with remarks on Practical
Religion, by A. Cleveland Cox. SI.
?UL EXILE'S TRUST, a Tale ot the French Revo
Intinn. br Franc-s Browne. Illustrated. $1.
OUR OWN BiBOS. a familiar Natural History ot
the Bird? of the Tutted states. $1 50.
LIDDoN'S HAMPION LECIUKLS. The Divini?
ty ot our Lord Jems ? hrisl. $2 50.
LiDDON'* StUMONs. Preached before the Uni
versitv ot Oxton. $2 50.
l.IPt'IN Ol'* COMMON-PLACE BOOK?. Sinai
4 to printed on Toued t*aper. and ncniy bound in
Cloth and G?.l<i. 6 vols in a case. $6; each vol sold
.?tant* Iv at tl, viz: Hooks an i Authors. Law and
Lawyers, Invent'on and PLeoVrry. Art ami Artists,
Clergymen Hud Doctors Omens and superstitions.
LIPPlNCOT'.* P.> KBt CLASoIO: Vicar of
Wakened. Walton's Angler, 2 voN: Nature and Art,
Pani and Virginia, stern'? senUmental Jourury,
Pope's Essay. Locke's Essay. Rasselas Elisabeth Dy
M a.tam Cottrn. 6 r each or 1. vols m case for $6.
L1PPINCOCS PO'KET CLASSIC.*-POEIRY:
Lay of he Last Minstrel. Lady of the Lak*-, Gray
. nd Coll ns, Gay's Tabita, Bloomfield, Falconer's
shipwreck. Cow er's Ta k. Goldsmith, Coleridge,
Thomson. 6cc e cb or 10 vols in cate Sd.
A LIFE OF J ?SUS. for Toons People, br the
Editor ot "Kind Words." Illastrated. USO.'
GEORGE BC KLEY; his History, Experience* and
Observations bv i. E. -ar?-, nt. $2 25.
THE COMIC BLACKSTONE, by Gilbert Abbot A.
Beckett $150 Svo Illustrated Edition 82 50.
UNCLE JO<iN\* FL-./WtR ?ATHEHERS; a Com?
panion tor the Woods and Fields. Illustrated.
WHCT MEN HAVE SAID ABOUT WOMEN; a
Collection of ''hofce Sentences. Ma? rated. $2.
HOURo i >F Woi-'E AND t-LAV, by Frances Power
Oobbe. $1 50.
CH ?. M BE tis' MISCELLANEOUS Q?ESITONS,
?-.th Ans?-rs. Embracing Science, Literature Art.
EC $1 25.
PHI-PARATIONS F P. PE AI H. Trans a:ed from
the lu ian o' Alfonso, Bi-hop of St. \catha $1 75
DA : Y BIsi.L RLVDIN'?s. fir the Lord's House
bnlj. by Hev. Jan.es *iui:h. 75c.
PULU I GERMS, by Rev. W.W Wt tb . $1 SO.
lill KL y WOM?.N, bv Rev. J D. Falun; to
wbica is ad le I Wi mri t-.i itallot. fl.
TH! MORI F MY > Hi'Dil'-OD. by Madam J.
ilicn-l t. Translate i troni the Ere. ch. $1 25.
c\* Lt t, or lae CbiMien of the Vallry, by Max
her Farquh n-oa. $1 50.
HlADLiY's s\ RED MOUNTAIN'S, Charact.ns
in.I Sc> n-> m the loty L ind. Illustrated with bt.au
irnl Steel Plate toura vi DB*. $3.
BtillNI CKN.'ES Of FELIX MENDELSSOHN
S ARI H'>LDY, b> Elles Polko. translated from the
Jarman by Lady Wallace. $1 75.
IHE LAND AND .HE BO K: or, Biblical Illustra
:iODa drawn from thr manners and custom-, the
'c-ues and scenery of the Holy Land, by W M.
rbomson. D. D., Vth Mips, tncravines. Ac.; 2
rolf , handsomely bound in balf calf pit. $S50.
A second edition of 1 HE MEMOIRS OF BARON
?UN-KN. I vols. Sro. $7 50.
FRIEND.* IN COUNCIL, the 4 vols, in 2. compris
ng the new serle?. $4
ay NOVELS AND LIGHT R FADING of tbe latest
.nd standard authors sent by Mail without extra
any Books pub'ishedln America or Europe rent
ret-of postage on receipt of publisher's price. Ad?
FOGARTIE*S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
<"o. 260 KiQg-street, (in the Bend,)Charleston, a 0.
May lt nae rtathfmo
QO YOU WISH TO PK tv b. NT YOUR
1HILL AND FEVER ?
Sept:; 3moe USE SOLOMONS'BITTEB .
^j?T.\A FIRE CO MP A NV.
WILL BE Ot VEN
AT HALL OF ENGINE HOUSE,
Tuesday Kvenins. 38tn inst., at 9o'clock.
Members wishing Tickets for themselves and
friend!', can procure them from either of the Com?
C. C. WIGHTMAN, C. A. VON DOHLEN,
T. F. NIF90N, WALTER W?BB.
Sept S3 thmtu3
Gentlemeu can be accommodated with PEB
MANENT BOARD by applying at No 204 MEETING
STREET, two doors above Calhoun-?treet.
rjTHE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED AT OBAS'GEBURG. S. C.,
EVEB? SATCRriT K0RND?G,
BY CHABLES H. HALL & CO.
Terms t's Per Annum In Advance.
ONLT PAPER Pr/BLISHED Di THE COUNTY.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ENJOYS THE
largest circulation of any piper published in Mi 'die
South Carolina. Yi>its every house and bimletin
Oraugebnrg County, and has a large circulation in
surrounding counties. The Town of Orancebnrg,
where it ii* published, is on* of thc most thriving
and progressive ia Sou'h Carolina. The entire bu?
siness portion, destroyed by lire durm-i the reeer.t
war, baa sine-, been rebuilt in a more handsome and
substantial manner, and it is one of the most impor?
tant inland cotton and noe markers ot the State
C. B. HALL A CO.,
Sept 23 11 Proprietors.
/ 1 S EAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
POPULAR BOOKS SENT F BEE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PE IC ts ANNEXED:
JOHN MAHCHMONT's LEGACY, a Novel, by
Miss M. E. Braddon.?0
MISTRESS AND MAID, a Novel, by Miss Mu
SAT) TALE OF THE COURTSHIP OF CHEVA?
LIER SLY FOX-Wtckof.30
THE WONDERFUL AND AMUSING DOINGS
OF OSCAR SHANGBAI.30
MIND YOUR STOPS.20
WHIST, LOO 1 CC H KL AND POKEIt.20
MADAME LE M ARCH AND'S FORTUNE TEL?
LER AND DREAMER'S DICTIONARY.40
SPENCER'S COMI ! SPEECHES AND HUMOR?
MADAME LE NORMAND'S UNERRING FOR
LAWS OF LOVE.35
LA DI Ls' LOVE ORACLE.36
LADIES' GCIDE TO BEAU IY.30
BOXING MADE LASY.20
FON 1 AINE"S GOLDEN WHEEL FOR I UNE
TELLER AND DRrAM BOO*,.40
ROOK OF HOUSEHOLD PETS..55
THE ART OF BEAU IT, by Lola Monte*.Bo
IBE PLAY GROUND.55
AMERICAN CARD PLAYER.55
HOW GAMBLERS WIS, OR 1HE SECRETS
OF ADV AN IA GK PLA?ING.55
TB> BA>E BALL PLATES.15
LI i Et: A KT ALBUM.15
DAY'S DOINGS. 15
PO LT L NEWS OR GAZETTE.15
HARPERS BAZ VAR.15
BUNYAN'S PILGRIMS PR02BKSS.35
BCDGET OF FUN.20
Either of the following Books mailrd on receipt of
four 3:. stamps.
Old numbers of LESLIE'S. GODET'*. PETER?
SON'S, LAND WE LOVE, or DEMORKST's.
Anyone of Beadles or Munro's DIME NOVELS.
Also, a Comic or sentimental SONG BOOK.
Novela by Chan? ? Dickens:
V>L.I'?U swami Ii????, ou tula; Ajax.ni
CAN Notes, 104 paces 20r; Dombey A Son. 356 cages,
40c; Martin Cbuizlewit, 342 pages, 40c; Our Mutual
Friend. 33d paces, 40c; christmas Stories, 102 pages.
30c; Tale of Two Cities. 144 pag?a. 25c; Hard Times
and Additional Christmas stones. 2? page*. 30c;
Nicholas Nickleby. 34* pages, 40c; Bleak House, 340
pasea, 40.-; Little Dorrit, it?) pages, tuc; Pickwick
Papers, 326 pages, 40 . ; Dav'dOorrperneld. 330 page?,
40c; Barnar-y Budge 257 page*. 3fo; Old Curiosity
Shop. 2.1 pages. 35c; Great Expectation*. 184 j
30c; sketches, 196 pagea.-80r.
Tbe following Novels by Slr Walter
Scott .Tlnilcrf nt 30 cents Each:
WAVERLY, TV AN BOP.. KENILWORTH. GUY
Mannering Antiquary, Bob Boy. OM Mortality. Th?
Black Dwarf and a Legend of Montrose, Brue ol
Lammermoor. Heart of Mid lothian, The Monas?
tery, t he Abbot. The Pirate. Fortunes of Nigel, Peve?
ril ot the Peut, Quen:m Durward. St Konan's Well,
hed Gauntlet, J he Rerrotbod and Highland Widow,
Tte Talismin. Woodstock. Fair Maid of Penh. Anne
oi Gelersleln, Count Robert of Pans, The Surgeon*?
On recei:>t of the price, ei:her in cast or stampa
copies of any books m this list ?ill be sent by mail
postpaid. CHAS. C. KIGHTER,
No. 161 Ki:ie-<ureet,
Jn'.v 12_nae_charleston. 3. C.
J_^IS*ELL'S BOOK STURK.
THE SCMTEB AND THE ALABAMA, Service
Afloat during the War b -tween the States, by Ad?
miral Sem mes 1 vol ?.\, cloth, S&.
RESOURCES OF 1 HE SOUTHERN FIELDS AND
F IRKS:S, Medical. Economical and Agricultural,
by F. P-yre Porcher, M. D.. 1 vol. 8vo., Ba 60.
CHRISTIAN SINGERS OF G;^ KMANY. by Cathe
tine Winkworth, transit or and compiler ol "Lyra
I erma:.ic?," ?lu-tra:c0. lime, forming volume 6
of the "Sundav Librarr." fine data. t2.
HISTORY iff EC Ri Pt AN MORALS, from Au?
gustus to Cbat len.ague 2 vols., sra, $6.
FOREM LlFr IN AC ADIE,-ketches of Sport and
Natural Hisrory In ihe Low.-r Pro vu ce* ot the Cana?
dian Tominion, by Captain C. Hardv, Illustrated.
6vo.. i 3.
IHE NEW AFFINITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by /ames Manlne-u, 25c
SPEC! KUM ANALYSIS, Six Lectures, by H E.
Roseoe, with appendices, co!or?s 1 Plates and Ulus
trated. ttvo. $9.
MIND AND BBAIN; or. The Correlarion of Con?
sciousness and Organization. Systematically rnvee
tigated and Applied to Philosophy, Mental Science
and Practice, with a Preliminarv Dissertation on
Method and illustrative ot the Text, b* Tho?. Lay*
cock. AL D.. 2 vol* . 12mo. 4.6; xvi. 494. $7.
LIFE OF PIZARRO, wita -ome tccoantof hu As?
sociate* in the Conquest of Peru, by Arian.- Hel,?,
1 vol. $2 75.
THE OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, from the
Creation tot Be Return from the Car ti vi ry, edited
by W. Smi'b. L-L. !>.. 1 vol, limo.. $2.
WOMAN'S f-CFFRsGe, tne heloma Against Na?
ture, by Horace Bu-tnell, 1 vol, Tinao., SI 56.
THE SUBJECTION i?F WOMAN, by John Stuart,
M. M . 1 vol. limo.. $1.
PRE-HISIORIC NA 170X8; or. Inquine- Concern?
ing some of ihe Great Peoples and Civ.lirations of
Antiquity, ana their Probable Reiarion tn a still Old?
er Civilization of thc Ethiopians ur Cushat*-* of Ara?
bia, bv John D. Baldw n, 12mo . $1 75.
LIOU T YEAR ?' W ANDERIN'.s IS . "ETI.ON. by
sir samuel White Raker. Illustrated, leane-., dom,
THF. SCIENCE OF RIGHT-, by F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. K. Kroeg -r, I2mo., lota, ti.
iH'ttE THOUSAND Mil Es THROUGH THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS by A. E. Mc Tu?, illustr?t.
ed. 12tno , cloth tl.
BEAI BU E. A Poem, by Hon. Boden Nod, square
16mo.. cloth, gilt top. SI.
TBE SEXES, H-'KE AND HKEEAFrER. t'y Wil?
liam H. Holcomb*.-, M D . 12mo.. paper loth, SI 30.
LIVES CF S !. LOi'l- AND CALVIN, by M.
Guixit Illustrate i. 12mo.. (*orb ii.
IHfc QU ?KER PARII*ASS, A Revolutionary
Store, with Illustrations, limo . c oth. SI 50.
FI. HON.-Areroa k's Yilla on toe Kbine; Erck
rnann- 'barron's Waterloo; ti'g inson's Maibone;
Hoffmann's sl.ee Murray: Huco'* L'Homme qui
Bit; Lettice l i-le; Phelp-' Men, Worncu am Ghctts;
lbs Quaker Panisans; Robinson's For Her Sase;
South worth's Changed brides ;-pielhacen'-Problem?
atical Charact-rs; Woods' Gate? Wide Onen; Kings?
ly'-Stretton ; M> Daughter Elinor; The Lac -islam's
Household; -cbmld's H.bernel?ter; southwonh's
The Bride's Fate; Trollope's He Knew He Was
Hiebt; Z?eliotke'- Dead Hues' ; Freytag's Lost Man
us-ript ; Jean Inglelow's Mopsa the Fairy.
Januarv 1 ITT
YOU DESI lt E TO BB CT RED OP
all your Dyspeptic Symptoms ?
Sept 17 3mos USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
ty 1 L L I A M SI. LAWTON,
Factor and Coast rata? Wyn M ere bat nt,
Ne. 10 BO ICE'S WHARP.
EXT BA HEAVY SXa ISLAND BADGING AND
TWINE JOB SALE. Aovanoes made on Pr Kir ce in
hand. Oura Augustas
?rurtrics aub ?LuctUttm.
OrAA POITNDS CHOICE BREAKF.VSX BA
?0\J\J CON, lauding and for sa'e by *.
Sept 23 1_B. Jr A. P. CALI?WFXL.
HAMS AND CHEESE.
I A TIERCES WBSTERN" SUGAR-CURED HAMS
IV 35 EngUsb. Dairy Cheese.
Juit received and for aale by
Sept 23_2_ CLACTU3 A WITTE.
CORN, OATS. HAY.
ffAA BUSHELS WESTERN COBS
?JVV 5*1 hn?hel* Beary Bright Oatt
- bale? North River Hay.
BRAN and PEAS, in store, aa 1 for sale by
JOHN w. BAKER,
Sept 23 2 No. 20 CumberLraid-street
POTATOES AND APPLES.
1 AA BBLS- PBIME EATING POTATOES
lUU 25 bbl?. prime Apple?.
Landina; per Steamer J. W. Fvarman. For ?ale low
on wi art. KINSMAN k HOWELL,
Sept 23_1_yo. 118 Eaat Bay.
HAY ! UKL FLOUR!
*) . l? 1 BAL?v PRIME N. B. HAT, LANCINO
?UU on Brown's What f.
200 bushel? BICE FLOUR.
For sale by JOHN CAM PS EN lt CO.
Sept 23_' 2
PORTO RICO SUGAR.
F-A BHDS. CHOICE P. R. S DG AR
OU ? bbls. Chotee P. R. Sugar.
30 hhds. Cholee PORTO RICO MOLASSES.
40 tales GUNNY CLOTH.
500 coxes cf "Far." "Elkinton" and '.LeberaanV
COTTON TI KS.
A full supply of the celebrated WATLEY BUCKLE
TIE. For sale by
STREET BROTHERS k CO
Sept 21 _3 ' No. 74 Ea?t Bay.
FLOUR! FLOUR 1 FLOUR !
?\r\ rv BARREItS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUB
?JvU 400 barrels choice Bakers' Flour
150 barrels Extra Flour
500 barrel* Super and Fine Flour.
In store and landing. For ?ale low by
SiEVBOUSE s CO..
Sept 21 Nos. 108, 110 and 112 East Bay.
? AA TONS B, A. COAL, tOG, 6TOYE AND
??\J\J CHESTNUT SIZES, cargo of Schooner
ALSO IS TARO.
WHITE ASH, Steamboat and Foundry.
Cumberland, Blacksmith*'and Hand-picked Lump
Coal for family use. All tor sale Vow for cash by
H. F. BAKER k CO .
Sept 21 3 Coal Yard. CumbcrHcd-strecL
SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH
OF EXTRA WEIGHT. FULL WIDTH, AND
close and strong texture. Tor sale by
C. N. HUBERT,
Sept 20_13_No. ll But Bay.
RE FOR SALE BY
Drs. RAOUL k LYSAH,
Comer King and Market streets.
Sept 17_' 3moa
SEEDS ! SEEDS!
The above Seeds are carefully selected tor this
soil. For sale by
sept 2 thstnlmo JNO. CAMPSEX k CO.
tuttis FEVER AMD AGUE.
rriHE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
?W r"or sate ny alt Druggists.
G J. L?H!?. Agent;
Corner King and John streets,
Sept 17_3mos_Charleston, 8.0.
SHINGLES AND PLASTERING
O AA A AH WELL SFASONED CYPRESS
Ol/U.wUv-' SHINGLES, in bundles
100,000 Plastering 1 aths.
For sale low for cash Apply to
C. J. sCHLrPEGRELL.
No. 37 Line-street, and
J. A ENSLOW k CO.,
Sept 1_thniB*_East Bay.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, WHOLaV
SALE AND REI A IL, by Dr. H. BAER, No.
WOLF'S SCHIFDAM SCHN APPS
Fontz' Horse and Cattle Powder* a
Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Perry Dina' 1 ainkilier
Mexicsn Mustang Liniment
Peery's Dead Shot, ic, kc, kc,
Jun? 26 statt
Q7AA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FINE
0 I Wv' order, lia i n . from Birk Vinco.
For sale by T. J. KERR fe CO.
No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
i)AA TO** Kl 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, WAB
?\J\) RANTED PURE. r or sale by
S?pt7_T. J. REEK k CO.
?T?r BALES EXTRA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 44
1 O to 45 inches wide, and weighing 2 S pounds.
l'or sale by T J. KBBR ic CO.
Sept 3 _
FOR SALE LOW.
-I A BALES 44 INCH DUNDEE BAGGING FOB
1U Sea Island Cotton.
J. D. AIKEN k OO..
Sept li) South atlantic Wharf.
GI NNY CLOTH,
ON THE SPOT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale t>y
August 20 GEO. A. TRE*HOLM k SON.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. RY
Dr. H. BARR,
June 26 Na 111 Me*Ung-*bretL
vlatlor ng, Ctr.
J OH S RUGHElMER,
No. 141 Kins-street. West Side, a few
Door* A or tb af Uueen.
B?G3 LEAVE TO INFORM HIS CUS'lOME&a
and the public In general tbs: be has just returned
from New York with a large stock of
Of Foreign and Domestic Fabrics.
I also wish to draw attention to my large and well
?elected Stock of FURNISHING GOODS, lachtding
Sept 20 S mwf9
rJtHOMAS J. RATHER di CO?,
Particular attention to Special B.aa3? for Grocers
Nos. 29 LIBERTY-8TRKET axe 54 MAIDEN LANE.
mw Samples sent to responsible houses. v
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