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RM wa a VMM ART.
-Gold at New York yesterday fluctuated
from 4i@44f dosing at 4Si@4S*.
-Tho Kew York cotton market was firmer
-bat quiet. Salea UDO bales at 29 coote.
-At Liverpool cotton closed at ltMfor up?
lands, and 12Jd for Orleans. Sales Mo bales,
of which 300? bales were for speculation and
-The loea at the recent destructive fire in
Atlanta, Ga., was nearly $200,000.
-Che Mississippi State Fair will be bold at
Jackson, from the 26th of October to tbe 30th.
-The Baptist Church at Avondale lost all
Hs male members but three by the terrible
' -A statute law forbids the marriage of first
cousins in New. Hampshire after the 24th of
-Tho mare Flora Temple, formerly Queen
of the Torf, is still bale and hearty, notwith?
standing the bas ri ached the advanced age of
-The latest English writer on the Byron
?caudal-Cyrus Redding-expresses the be?
lier that Hrs. Stowe drew upon her- imagina?
tion for her facts iu that affair.
-The reports presented to tbe Grand Lodge
Of, Odd Fellows, iu session at San Francisco,
exhibit a gratifying condition of the Order,
except m the interior or the Southern States.
"Th9 extension of the Order into Australia has
proved very successful.
-The captain of the ship Southampton, ar?
rived at New York on Monday from Toncan fe
peo, reports that between latitude 52 and 50 8.,
longitude 46, he saw one hundred very large
icebergs. One waa from seven to eight miles
ia length and from three hundred to four hun
Ired feet in height.
-The editor of the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph
bas seen a circular sent from Washington,
which states that "rt is now certain that the
entire Supreme Bench, with one exception,
are of the opinion that tbe cotton tax was on
.eoDstitoiicnal, and will bare to be refunded."
We axe inclined to think the "circular" the
work of some enterprising claim agent. It is
added that "a ease is io be made in court next
December, and no doubt is felt about the ulti?
mate result." It is further said that "a com?
pany is berng organized in New York with a
capital of five or ten millions to buy np these
claims, and that parties are now selling them
for a song, when they are worth their face."
Planters and others who have paid this tax
are earnestly advised not to part sith their
-The New Orleans papers gives encourag?
ing accounts of both the cotton and sugar
crops. They put the exe o is this year over last
at about 500 OOO bales, and this crop will be
worth more'to, lue South than in 1380-'8ll for it
ill nearly ail surplus. The Sooth now raises (or
d&ircs tb raise) as mach food as is necessary
for consumption, which was dot the case in
previous years. Cotton was then sold to pur?
chase supplies. Tn regard to sugar, Louisiana
has made nearly 500,000 hogsheads, and the
price will be kept op by- the troubles in Cuba,
Shgar "lauds have advanced in price and are
largely sought for; and as soon as skilled labor?
ers can be procured in abundance the produc?
tion of sugar can be made to roach a million of
hogsheads. As the molasses pays the whole
COM of coitiv&ticn, tiie profils are very large.
-TheT?ew York Times, in a review of the re?
cent report of Hr. Orton, president of the
Western Union Telegraph Company, says that
the aggregate amount of new?.delivered to the
newspapers oi the United Stato3 by the lines
of this new company daring the past year was
868,508,630 words, for which it receive 18883,
509, being at tho rata of two and three-tenths
mills per word. This immense amount of mat?
ter was not transmitted to each paper sepa?
rately, but, through a combination of wires
only possible to a vast system like this, waa
sent to a large number of places simultaneous?
ly with, only ono transmission. It is a fact
worthy of remark that the amount of news
which this company delivered to the press of
.the United States daring the year 1858 for an
aggregate sam of $883 509, in currency, large?
ly exceeded the entire telegraphic correspon?
dence of continental Europe, for which there
was paid $7.837.236 in gold.
-A co-operative tailoring establishment was
organized last Jope in New York City, with a
capital of $2500, lo shares of 810 each, contrib?
uted by oae hundred tailors, and by one hun?
dred and fifty friends cf tbe enterprise. The
second story of a bailding at the northeast
corner or Third Avenue and Fenn tcenth-street
was leased for two years at an annual rental of
81080, and $1500 were expended in construct?
ing long platforms for the workmen, and pro- ;
curing the necessary tools and sewing ma- \
chin?s. At first thu society did not work for (
stores, but in a month's time private orders ?
began to como in, and the business is now ,
very extensive. The workmen earn full wages,
with the prospect of? a handsome dividend at
the close of the year, and the customers ob?
tain clothing at a low price, the charges being
ten per cent, above the cost of labor and ma- 1
tenais. The society sombars one hundred-of
these thirty-Fix work in tbe shop, and sixty
four take their work borne. Ali are employed
on piecework, and earn on an average $24 a
week. Fourteen women are hired and work in
the shop, earning 810 to 812 a week, the high- 1
est wages paid to female tadors being 81150 s <
week. The members work twelve hours a day. I
This course is necessary in consequence of the ]
calls of the customers, who are mechanics, and ,
being occupied in the day time, cannot give
orders for clothing till after working hoars.
-Speaking pf Mrs. Bawiin*, . Mississ'ppi jj
papar remark": 'There will, be a very general a
tfeeCng- of sympathy in tho South for this
afflicted lady. During the war she resided at
Vicksburg-, Miss., aa at friend in the family of .*
Mr. Lum, a prominent citizen of tbat place. d
Heranaiden name was Hurlburt, if we remem?
ber correctly. She was gi eat ly admired and
reepo?isd by aU o? the Confederate officers who a
were visitors of- the house. Pleasant and win- c
Tiing in manner, the char aaa of her society and Q
her manifold courtesies and kindness lo all of t)
them will be remembered by those who
were among the many who were cheer?
ed ?tsr her kindness and elegant hcepi- le
iality. Among the throng ot her admirers ?
iras a brave young officer belonging to
Withers' Battalion- of Artillery, C. S. A., who
awakened a creeper leeling than friendship in
her who was doomed to hear of his death oat
on the linee shortly afterward, daring the last
memorable siege. When General Grant, with
the late Generrl Bawlins as chief of ?-taff, en?
tered Vicksburg, Mr. Lam's house was occu?
pied. Here it waa she met her late husband,
who, touched by her great worth and charm?
ing qualities, subsequently offered himself and
was accepted. All the Southern offioers who
were at Vicksburg will "bear testimony to the
undeviating courtesy of General Rawlins in
his intercourse with them, and his afflicted
widow will new have their heartiest sympathy
in her great bereavement."_
TRIDA! MORNING, 8EPT. 24, 1869.
Tate Late Railroad Accident-The Pas?
One of the witness ea at the inquest held
over the remains of the victims of the re?
cent terrible mishap at the Gongaree
Swamp reflected very severely, in his testi?
mony, apon the conduct of the passengers
who were on th? fated train. The testi?
mony of this witness has naturally caused a
deal of comment, and the Augusta Chroni?
cle makes it the subject of a leading edito?
rial, wherein the passengers are exposed
io a denunciation as bitter a3 it is unde?
served. From what we can learn, it would
seem that the witness referred to must, in
his ezoitement, have made a grievous mis?
We print elsewhere in oar colamns a
statement from three estimable gentlemen
who were among the passengers. It em?
bodies some extracts from the official report
of tho conductor, which vindicate the con?
duct of the passengers in the most full and
satisfactory manner. We trust that the
Chronicle and any other papers that may
have given currency to the charge of heart?
lessness against them, will, in justioe, pub?
lish what they have to say in their defiance.
Tate Sooth and the West Contrasted
Inducements to Immigrants.
A short time ago THC NEWS briefly ad?
verted to the faot that the South now pre?
sents a far more inviting field to the honest
and industrious immigrant than any other
section of the country, the mighty West not
excepted. We have notioed with pleasure
that the press has very generally eohoed
our views on this subject. Especially have
we been gratified at the frank admissions
of the St. Louis Republican, the leading
journal of the great Mississippi Valley,
whioh, in spite of its thorough identification
with Western interests, confesses, in its
issue of the 16th, that the advantages
whioh the Southern States offer to immi?
grants are not excelled by those of any
other region, and that, in faot,% ?the enter
'?prising class of the Amerioan population
"who, to better their condition, migrate
"from one State to another, and from the
"old States to the new Territoires, would
"find more prosperous fortunes in the
"South than in the richest and most rap?
idly growing regions of the far West" Il
"The South is in the fall tide of a marvellous
1.i"n^n uLi1 "j ' ? ???'???mum
seem, to atone for the destructivo ravages of the
war. Eor two years there have been good cotton,
rice and sugar crops, whioh bavo sold at large
prices; even the negro laborers have a plentiful
supply of money. Tho cotton crop of last year
drew from the North and East more theo three
hundred million dollars, a large amount of
whioh the South, being out of debt, still re?
tains, and is investing in mills, mlues, rail?
roads, levees and other permanent and pro?
ductive works. The crop of this year will
bring to the Southern States as large a sum of
money as did that of 1868, and a good propor?
tion of this, too will become staple capital.
In fact, tho Southern people, having during
the war learned habits of frugality that are
somewhat annoying to us of the West, from
whom they onoo bought so largely, are, by
their new practice of producing a great deal
to sell and spewing little, accumulating capi?
tal at an enormous rate, and even daring to
compete with New England in New England's
Tue Rise in Gold.
How. the extraordinary rise in gold, an?
nounced in our telegrams, was brought
about, is thus explained] in the New York
Sun of Tuesday last : -
"An alliance of the most powerful and influ?
ential firms in Wall street, io duding notorious
Erie speculators, has been effected with a view
of obtaining the exclusive possession of all the
gold in the market. When this is accomplish?
ed, tbe conspirators can dictate their own
terms, and merchants and others, who are
compelled to bay or borrow gold, must neces?
sarily procuro it of this auriferous ting. It is
also believed that these schemers own all the
gold deposited in the banks. Having thoa the
power of control, the operators are gradually
raising the price of gold about an eighth per
cent, daily. Their agents m the gold room
buy all that is offered at their standard bid, and
only sell at a quarter per cent, higher. At thia
rate they will elevate the buying and Belling
price each succeeding week about one and a
half per cent, in addition to this method of
bleeding those who of necessity have occasion
to use gold, we are told that they threaten at
no distant day to refuse to lend at any price,
md to eell oui/ on their own terms."
" Small Farms."
FOR some lime afier the close of the w.ir
the newspapers of the entire North united
in the ory for "small farms" as the sover?
eign remedy for all the misfortunes whioh
encompassed the Southern planter, and too
many Southern journals were led to echo
their advioe. A reaction has of late set in;
ind even Horaoe Greeley begins to look at
the matter through different spectacles,
[n a late number of the Tribune he tells
"On the plantations of the South long expe
ienoe has settled upon a force of fifty hands,
shoring upon a surface of about one thousand
ores, as the most profitable division."
Is not the philosopher of the Tribune
radually becoming contaminated with the
ebasing theories of "the old slareooraoy?" ,
? ?? aa? n ? 1
Tua Uuiversity troubles thicken. We
ew hear tba* Dr. Joseph A. Jones has de
lined the obair of ohemiatry to which he
ad been elected. The Phoenix tells us
lat Dr Mikey's unwillingness to join the c
Diversity was ?'not that he loves Caesar
isa, but. that he loves Rome more." Whioh
i Borne? .
Soath and the Amendment.
THE Washington Chronicle, with charac?
teristic oandor, fella its readers:
"The Democracy of the South, with few ex?
ceptions, including some of the ablest of the
old leaders, have taken open ground in favor
of the Fifteenth amendment."
Nobody knows better than Forney that
the Democracy of the Soath have done no
suoh thing. And it is not by any means
unlikely that long before the odious amend?
ment shall have become a part of the con?
stitution, the Southern Democrats will have
gained sufficient control of the State gov?
ernments to express their opinions on the
sabjeot in a way too practical and direot
for even Forney to affect to misunderstand.
THF New Yorkers are much amused, just
now, at the absurd bluster of the Spanish
organ in that city-'?El Cronista"-on the
Cuban question. It is for immediate war,
and anticipates a speedy and brilliant tri?
umph. Spain, it says, has seventy magni?
ficent war vessels, whioh will sweep all
Yankee vessels from the ocean, and Boston,
New York and Philadelphia will be blook
aded at onoe. Spanish pride is proverbial
but it seems to be surpassed by Spanish
GENERAL ROBBST WILLIAMS, who is
much talked of as the oandidate for United
States senator from reconstructed Virginia,
ia best known to the general public as the
officer who married the beautiful widow of |
the late Stephen A. Douglas. It would
indeed be passing strange if the lady
should cnanoe to find herself a second time
the wife of an United States senator.
THE Cubans, it would seem, have at last
found out the real worth of the valiant
Jordan. The last news from the rebel
camps informs us that he has been promo?
ted from the position of an independent
commander-in-chief to that of chief of staff
tc General C?spedes.
THE people of Fayetteville, North Caro?
na, have voted unanimously in favor of a
subscription of $75,000 to the Fayetteville
and Florence Railroad.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLKSTON.
1 he exercises of thia institution were resumed
ou vVxnNXsnvr, september 0. Instruction given in
LATIN. OBESE, FitENOH. GERMAN, MATHE?
MATICS, and the hi-ber branches of ENGLISH.
The school ls well supplied with Maps, Globes and
Terms of Tuition-Twelve Dollars per quarter,
payable in advance. No extra charge for t rench,
German or Stationery. .
W. B. KIN G MAN, A. M., Principal.
Sept 22_ 10
TBia KXEKC1SES UP MKS. BLUM'S
SCHOOL will be resumed on Monday, October
?tb, at her RESIDENCE, Mary-street, opposite Eli?
zabeth. All the branches of an English education
taught. Muslo and French if desired._Sept 20
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
CST) Ea THE PA TUON AG-E OP
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, pleaae address THE MOTHES
SUPERIOR, Urxuline Convent, Valle Cruels.
p A ll O l H I V L SC HOO L
HOME FOR BOYS,
ASHLEY - STREET, CHARLESTON.
THE B.XEBCI8ES OF THIS 8CHODL WILL
commence on the lat of Ootober D. V. Limited to
; 400. The HOME will bo reopened on the same day.
We are limited to 100 inmates, and applications
should be made at once. Punctual attendance isre
q aired. Information will be given in circular by
application to Bev. A. T. PO BTE B, Hector of
behool and Home.
Terms for Day School, tuition payable in advance:
Classical Course.$3 00 per month.
English.1 25 per month.
Primsty. 76 uer mooth.
We are ead-; i von a; io secure the services or a
first-class Frcnoh Teacher. If we succeed dun no?
nce will be given Our aim has been to make this a
School nf the highest character, and shall use our
best endeavors to attain this end
j JOHN GADSDPN.
Sept IO fmwO Principe.
UNIVERSITY OK SOUTH C AKOI.LV A.
The next Session will begin on the FIBST MON?
DAY ur OcTOBXB, sod continue without intermis?
sion, to tho ensuing July.
snvantages are offered at this Institution to Stu?
dents in Law. (the graduates being entitled to prac?
tice ni the Courts ol tbi-- stale;) in Me deine, (the
course of Instruction being extensive and thorough,
with two wi it ten examinations during the session;)
in Engineering, Mathematics, Mental, Moral and
Political Philosophy, H'story, Rhetoric, English
Litt-raiure, Ancient and Modern Language?, end m
tbe various Scientific Schoo s.
Expenses for -esslou of nine months: Annual
fee, IS; Library fee, $10; Boom Beatfee,$T5; Tuition
fee,-; for each of three schools. $15; Tuition in
Law or Medicine, $50 Board can be had at $16 to
$20 per month. By messing it will be less.
For fariber information, send for Catalogues to
the Secretary of the Faculty, Bev. C. BltCCE
WALKER. B. W. B4RNWEU.,
Chairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, 8. C., Auguit 2, 1869.
MUS. III. K. TOOME tl WILL KK8U9IK
the exercises of her SCHOOL, on MO.VDAT,
October 4th. at No. 9 COL LEGE-S1 BEET.
The French Department under the charge of an ex?
perienced teacher. wis? S^P' 22
BO \ lt DIN ? AMO DAY SCHOOL KOK
YO?N t LADIES will resume i's Exercises
OOTOBEB 4, st comer Wentworth and Butledge
streets. Apply for Circulars. Mr?. JOHN LAURENS,
Principal._bfmw6-ol3 Sept 17
MKS. HOPSOS PINCKNUV MILL
resume the exercises other BOARDING AND
DAx" SCHOOL, for young ladies, ou MONDAY, Octo?
ber 4th, at No S8UA-EL-81KEET.
Professor of French. Mr DuBO"?K.
Frofersor of German, Dr. BLANCHE, (late Pro?
fessor of Languages at Cbittenbam. England. )
Sept 16 wtmimo
goborrg, (fijin, (gk._
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
NO. 814 KING-9IBEET, CORNER OE SOCIETY.
Always on hand a fino and large a-sortment of
for C.gar Manufacturers, viz: Connecticut Ponnsyl
vania. Ne* York -tito S-cd, Ac. at low pnces.
Also Haran* Leaf from SI 10 per pound (by the
bale) upwards; Hue self work at il 40 per pound.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO,
eepeoially suitable for plantation use. at 20 cents per
pound; larger quantities at reduced rated.
at all prices, and
All the celebrated brands at low rates.
from $20 per thousand upwards to $80.
Merchants and consumen are respectfuUy invited
?call toe undersigned being reeolved to tiivo oat
Sept IO fmwlm* J. MADS RIV.
J~^0 YOU WISH TO PKKYENT YOUK
J HILL AND FRYER ?
Sept 17 3mos USE SOLOMONS' BITTEBS,
EIN Jr .VG Ei? W?HLHABENOER
MANN sucht ?In Deut'ches Madchen ala Le
x-usceiabrtin. Um n?heres adressire A. H , Post
)ffl ce, Charle.-ton, 8. C. 1* _Sept 21
WANTED, A COOK AND FIRST-RATE
Washer and Ironer, one abo to aesist in
iou se work. -Recommendations required. Apply at
No. 147 CALHOUN-sTRfcET. 2 sept 24
WANTED, A GOOD WASHER AND
IRONER. Recommendations required. Ap
?ly at No. 39 MONTAGUE-STREET.
Sept 24 . 8
WANTED A BARTENDER, (GER?
MAN;) must come well recommended. To
ruoh a one a good salary aod steady employment will
be Riven, lnquirest No. 107 MAhEET-STREET.
Sept 24 1
WARTED TO HIRE, A WOMAN,
without encumbrance, to cook and wash for
a small family. Good reference required. Apply in
RUT LEDGE-SI BEET, three dooie above Queen
street. Sept 28
BOTS WANTED -A COUPLE OF AC?
TIVE and intelligent Boys. atp. P. Ttl ALE'S
bash Factory, Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern
Railroad repot 2*_bett 23
WANTED, CAPITAL OF 83000 (FIVE
thousand dollar?,) to engage in the TUR?
PENTINE BUSINESS, by the first of November.
Address "TURPENTINE," NEWS office. Sept20
CANDY MAKERS WANTKD.-WANT?
ED 1 WO FIRST-CLASS I AN LT MAKERS, for
which the highest wages will be paid. Apply to J.
C. H. CLA?88EN, No. 10 Market-street.
ATOUNG ALAN, OF FOUR TEARS*
business experience in this city, and capable
ot giviDg the best references here, desiree a perma?
nent Situation in some Wholesale House-Cotton
Factorage prefeired. Address A. B. C., Box 30.
GOOD SERVANTS, WHITE AND COL
OBED, can be obtained by ayplylng to EM
PLOYMENI' OFFICE, bp. 50 Queen-atreeu
August 23 _
WASTED, A YOUTH KRON 16 to ?0
years old, who would be williup to make him?
self generativ useful aa Clerk in a store in Union ville.
S. C. Address POsTOFFICE BOX, No. 17, Union
C. H., 8. C. August 14
WANTED TO RENT, A SCHOOL?
HOUSE and RESIDENCE. Address, stating
terns, P. O. Box No. 16>. wfm21 August ll
QtwVP A DAT HAVE AT HUMK! 38
W?tJ entirely new articles for Agents. 8am
P es sent free. Address H. B. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
August 24 nao_Imo
WANTED-AGENTS-flUO TO t:it)0 PfcR
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the genuiue Improved COMMON SENSE
FAM1LT SEWING MACHINE. This machine will
atitch, ht m. fell, took, quilt, cord, bind, briid and
embroider In a most superior manner. Price only
$18. Fully warranted for five years. Both upper
and under-feed styles, We will pay $1000 for any
machine that win sew stronger, more beautiful, or
more elaetio seam than ours. It makes the real elas-1
tlc lock-stick. Every second stitch can be cut. and
still the cloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing
it. We pay Agents from $100 to $250 per month and
expense*, ora commission tom which twice that
amount can be mude. GEO. MoEATHRON A CO.,
Nashville, Tenn. CAUnoit-Do not be Imposed upon
by other parties palming o J worthless cast iron ma?
chines under the fame name or otherwise. Ours is
the only genuine and really practical cheap mn hine
manufactured._PAC Imo?_Sept 22
WANTED, BY A MARRIED HAN, A
situation in some Cotton Mill Soutb or South?
west; ia acquainted with all branches, having work
ed in them all, but should a?lect WEAVING as a
choice. Tarries wishing to engage auch a person
viii please address a note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. 118 ctate-strest, Boston. May 24
wishing to employ large or small numbers of
CHINESE LABORERS, tray make the necessary
arrangements for procuring gangs of slat- required,
delivered in any part of the country, by application
to KOOPMANsCHAAP, San Francisco, California.
WANTED, EVE KYBO DY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, ls executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prices, at l HE
NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your orders
rRBNT, A LARGE STORE IN KING
S iREET. Apply to H. H. RAYMOND, corner
of Battery and Water-street stuih Sept 26
TO HE NT, THE STORE NORTHWEST
.orner of King md Calhoun streets. Apply at
No. 19 MONIAGU^-SIiiREr.
X"One ?o. ?riffltFWK I^HG j 8TQBR3.
age purpises, and No. 20 Eas'. Bay, souiheast cor?
ner of Adder's Wharf and East Bay; each have fine
large dry cellars. Apply to J. H. DAWSON, No. 41
RADCLIFFE SI MEET, or at NO. I ADGER'S
WHARF, between 12 and 1 o'clock.
OFFICE TO RENT.-THAT DESIRA?
BLE OFFI E, No. 40 Ii Ri).AD-STREET, cou
uinlng two rooms (iront and back), now in com.
plot* order. Apply on premises to L 8. K. BEN?
NETT, or to No. J65 KING-STREET. Sept 3
Tra EAL ESTATE AGENTS, ANO OTHERS
JLV having houses to reut, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
b ICE, No. 149 Last Bay.
_ M Salt.
PRINTING Pit KS S POR SALE AT A
GREAT HABGAlN -One SMALL? YLINDER
TAYLO it PR f SS in complote repair. It bas been bnt
little used, and is sold sim' ly beean-e the present
owner bas no use for it. The sim of the t ed ol the
Preis is f> rty-tour bv fifty-eight inches. Said Press
will bo sold at a great bargain if applied for at once,
as the room lt occupions wa mod for other purposes.
Address Box No. 3i9C, NEW YOltK POS'l OFFICE.
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FINE
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Buy streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREM I: ES. tb?tu January 21
AUCTION EE KS, B lt O K E R S , AND
others winning "Tor Sale" Placards, Business
Card?, or other Jon Printing executed with neat?
ness sud dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing thuir orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 El ?I Bay.
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS I \
any quantity. Price 75 oenta per hundred.
The cneapeat wrappioi." paper that can be used. Ap?
ply ?f the office ol THE N KWH. March 1
fan) for Sait.
1 fl ? lAfl ACRES IN WILLIAMS
IV.UUU BURG COUNlY-100 acres of I
which are c eared aud 75 a- rcs now under culllva
tlon in corn, cotton and rice. The tract i< heavily
timbered wPh pine, oak, cypress and hickory, and
contains s dwelliug and outbuildings, with fifteen
cabins for laborers; also, one good mill site. Ave?
rage production of the land, len to Alteen bushels ot
com oed bf een to twenty-five bushel i ol' rice to the
acre, without fertilisera, the re..ion abounds lu
mart deports. Georgetown ls tho nearest mirkot,
th? place being tour miles from Black Mingo Creek
and twen y.flve miles from Geoigetown Creek, which
ls navigable at all seasons.
Price of the traci $16 000; one half cash, the bal?
ance in one and two JP TH, S cured by bond and
mortgage. Any smaller number of acres will be sold
at a moderate advance on this r 'te. Parties desuing
to inrpeei the tmt can do so b; leavlug the North?
easters Railroad at Klngstree. ind inquiring the
way to my p ace. twenty-three miles distant. The
tract Hos within one mlle ol thu projected George?
town Railroad Ad tresa JA.-. F. CARRAWAY, Sur?
vivor of Perkins A Carraway. G orgetown Postoffice,
S. C. mwf 2mo.j* nao Sept 20
EMME .SALK, UOO ACHES OF WKLL
TIMBERED L?NDiu lower pirtoi barnwell
Count , six miles (rom ^outh t'disto River. Terms
mado very low For particulars, address Dr. C. B.
HU TIO, Graham's Turn-mt, O.S. It. R.
August 20 nao 36
PICKED UP ON THE HALFMOON
Battery, on last Monday, two UKAKA KIC?9
which can be obtained by proving properly aud nay
lug expenses. t-ept 14
FOUND. A ?SAFE KEVON EAST B IT,
between Qa ?en and Mar .ft streets wbich the
3wuercan have by applying at tho DAILY Nt WS
OFFICE, and paying expen*es. Sept 8
FIFTT DOLL I KS REWARD.-STOLEN
on the night of the 15th inalaut, iro n my plan?
kton, near Brmcbvtlle. A- by a ne^ro m iu, one
arge CHESTNUT SOBBEL H JR- F, about 16 bands
itgb, six years old; has a white blaze tice, white lett
ore foot up to i he knee, and a small scar on the
arno foot, caused by a recent hurt by a hook, with
l?verai small neara irom the saddle Twenty five
lollara aoditlonal will be o ii J for the detention or
be thief where I can set him.
A. H. FAIREY,
Sept 18 6 Branchville, H. O.
rHE UNDEK8IGVKD HAVE RE?
MOVED to the northeast corner ot EAST BAY
ND FKAM- R' - WHARP, where we shall be pleased
o&es our friends and offer ? ur well assorted stock
f GROCERIES LIQUORS, TOBACCO, Ac,
Sept 21 Imo CL ACIC? A WITTE.
D W ARD LOWNDES,
B B 0 IC E B, No. 1 B B 0 A D-8 T B E ? T,
BUYS AND SELLS ON COMMISSION, BOND?,
Stock?, Bank Bills, and securities of all binds. The
highest market pnces obtained.
Any information desired, by letter or otherwise,
will be steen ully given. Applv os abore at No. 1
Broad-stseet, or through PoBtofflce Box 307.
Will also attend to tbe investments of money in
large ann small amounts.
REVERENCES_Wagner, Buger ft Co . Reeder ft
Davis, O. A. Trenholm k Son, W. C. Bee ft Co,
Thoa. B. Waring, Cashier Siuth Carolina Loan and
Trust Company: Pelzer, Rodgers ft Co., J. D. Aiken
ft Co., George H. Walter ft CJ., Cou<n, Hanckel ft
Co., Andrew simotds, President First National Bani.
Sept 21 nao 2mo
BLUE BIDGE RAILROAD FIBST MORTGAGE
BONDS. Number 148, 204, 203, 206, which are mu?
tilated by a large deficiency in unmatured coupons.
Sept 18 W. B. WILLIAMS ft SON.
No. 141 King-street, West Side, Si few
Doors North of tineen,
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS CU3TOMEB3
and the public In general that he bas 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
selected Stock of FUBNISHING GOODS, including
Sept 20 6 mwf9
?J.REAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
POPULAS BOOKS SENT FBEE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PBICES ANNEXED:
JOHN MARCHMONT'd LEGACY, a Novel, by
Miss M. E. Braddon.30
MISTBES8 AND MAID, a Novel, by Miss Mu
SAD TALE OF THE COUBTSHIP OF CHEVA
LIER SLY POX-Wickof.30
THE WONDEBFUL AND AMUSING DOINGS
OF OSCAB SHANGHAI.80
MIND YOUB STOPS.20
WHIST, LOO, iUOHRE AND POKER.20
MADAME LE MABCHAND'b FORTUNE TEL?
LER AND DREAMER'S DICTIONARY.40
SPENCER'S COML! SPEECHES AND HUMOR?
MADAME LENOBMAND'd UNEBBING FOR?
LAWS OF LOVE.35
L LADIES' LOVE ORACLE.36
LADIES'GUIDE TO BEAUIY.30
BOXING MADE EASY.20
FONTAINE'S GO I J) EN WHEEL FOB 1 UNE
TELLER AND DRrAM BOOK;..40
3U0K OF HO?SEHOLD PETS.65
THE ART OF BEAUTY, by Lola Montez.80
TBE PLAY GROUND.65
AMERICAN CABD PLAYER.55
HOW UAMBI.KRS WIN, OR 1 HE SECRETS
OF ADVANTAGE PLAYING.66
IHK BASE BALL PLAYEB.IS
DAY'S DOINGS. 16
POLICE NEWS OB GAZE CTE.15
BUNYAN'S PILGBIMS PB03BKS8.36
BUDGET OF FUN.20
Either of the following B )oks mailed on receipt of
four 3c. stamps.
Old numbers of LESLIE'S. GODETS. PETER?
SON'S. LAND WE LOVE, or DEMOBEST'S.
Any one of Beadles or Munro's DIME NOVELS.
Also, a Comic or Sentimental SONG BOOK.
Novels by Charles Dickens!
40c; Martin Cbuzalewit, 342 pages, 40c; Our Mutual
Friend, 330 pages, 40c; Christmas Stories, 162 pages,
30c; TaV of Two Cities, 144 pages. 26c; Hard Times
and Additional Christmas Stories, 200 pages, 30c;
Nicholas Nlckleby, 34? pages, 40c; Bleak House, 340
pages, 40c; Little Dorrit, HbO pages, 40c; Pickwick
Pupers. 326 pages, 40J; David Copperfield. 330 pages,
40c; Barnaby Budge 257 pages, 36c; Old Curiosity
shop, 221 pages, 33c; Great Expectations, 184 pages,
30c; Sketches, 196 pages, 30c.
The following Novels, hy Slr Walter
Scott. .11 ailed at 30 cents Each:
WAVERLY, IVANHOE. KENILWORTH. GUY
Mannering, Antiquary, Bob Boy, Old .Mortality. The
Block Dwarf and a Legend of Montrose, Bride of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-Lothian, The. Monas?
tery, The Abi>ot, The Pirate, Fortunes oft! Ural, Peve?
ril of the Peak, Quentin Durward. St. Ronan's Well,
Red Gauntlet, The Betrothed and Highland Widow,
Tbe Talisman, Woodstork, Fair Moid of Perth, Anne
of Geiers tem, Couut Robert of Paris, The Surgeon"
Danu h ter.
On receipt of the price, either in cash or stamps
copies of any books in this list will be sent by mali
postpaid. CHAS. C. RIGHTER,
No. 161 King-street,
July 12 DAC Charleston, S. 0.
jU?sELL's BOOK STORE.
THE SUMTER AND THE ALABAMA. Service
Afloat during the War b 'tween the States, by Ad?
miral Sern mc, 1 vol. 8vo., cloth, $5.
RESOURCES OF J HE SOUTHERN FIELDS AND
FORKS IS, .Medical, Economical and Agricultural,
by F. P?yre Porcher, M. D., 1 vol. 8vo" $ t 60.
CHRISTIAN i-i NO tits OF G KUM A NY. by Cathe?
rine Winkwortb, transis.or and compiler of "Lyra
fermai lei," Illustrated, limo., forming volume 6
of tbe "Sunday Library," fine clotb, $2.
HISTORY of EURCPEAN MORALS, from Au?
gustus to Cbatleruaane 2 vols., 8vo., 16.
FOREST LIFE IN ACAD1E, -ketches of Sport and
Natural History In ibe Lower Provii ce* of the Cana?
dian Dominion, by Captain C. Hardy, Illustrated,
THE NEW AFFINITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Union, by lames Martinet) u, 25c.
SPEC 1 RUM ANALYSIS, Six Lectures, by H. E.
Roscoe, with appendices, colored Plates and Illus?
trated. Hvo. $9.
MIND AND BBAIN; or, The Correlation ot Con?
sciousness and Organization. Systematically Inves?
tigated sud Applied to Philosophy, Mental Science
and Pr ?ctico, with a Preliminary Dissertation on
Method and illustrative ot the Text, by Thoa. Lay?
cock. M. D.. 2 vol? . limo. 4v6; xvi. 494, $7.
LIFE OF PIZ ARRO, wita -om,: sccount of bis As?
sociates tn I he Conquest of Peru, by Arthur Helps,
1 voL, S2 75.
THE OLD TESTAMENT HI8TOBY. from the
Creation to', he Return from tbe Captivity, edited
by W. Smith, L.L. D., 1 vol., 12mo.. $2.
WOMAN'S SUFFB\GK, tbe Pelorm Against Na?
ture, by Horare Bushnell, 1 vol, Umo., $1 5C.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMAN, by John Stuart,
M. M , 1 vol, 12mo.. $1.
PRE-H18TORIC NATIONS; or. Inquiries Concern?
ing some ot the Great Peoples and Civdizations of
Antiquity, and their Probable Bciution to a still Old?
er Civilis mon ot the Ethiopians or Cuabltes of Ara?
bia, bv John D. Baldwin, Umo , $176.
RIG bT YEA RN' WANDERING? IN CEYLON, by
HT samuel White Bakor. niiirtratcd, 16nio., cloth,
THE SCIENCE OF RIGHT*, by F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. K. Krocg'-r, 12mo.. ?loth, 92.
iH^tE THOUSAND MILES THROUGH THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS, by A. K. McClure. Illustrat?
ed, 12mo, cloth Si.
BKAI RICE. A Poem, by Hon. Roden Noel, square
16mo" cloth, eilt top. SI.
THKSVXKS HERE AND HEREAFTER, by Wil?
liam H. Holcombe, M D , limo., paper cloth, $1 60.
LIVES OF ST. LOUIS AND CALVIN, by M.
Guiz >t Illustrated, 12ruo., clotb. $2.
I Hh OUtKEB PAR IISANH, A Revolutionary
Storv, with Illustrations, 12mo , doth, $1 60.
FICTION.-Aueroaik's Villa on the Rhine; Erck
mann- 'harrain's Waterloo; Hig inson's Maihoue;
Hoffmann's ?>l.ce Murray; Huso's L'Homme qui
Blt;J.3tttce I.Me; Phelps' Men, Women an i Ghosts;
i he Quaker Partisans; Robinson's For Her Sase;
South worth's Changed Brides; Spielhaeen'n Problem?
atical Characters; Wood** Gates Wide Open; Kings
1-y's stretton; My Daughter Elinor; The Lac: (stan's
Household; sebmid's Hibernator; south worth's
The Urine's Fate; Trollope's He Knew He Was
Right; Zschokke's Dead Guest ; Freytag's Lost Man?
uscript; Jean Inglelow's Mopsa the Fairy.
Janusrv 1 lvr
jyi) VOL DESIRE TO BE CURED OF
aU your Dyspeptic Symptoms ?
Sept 17 3moa USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
git VJ?POolNO AHO HAIR-CUTTING,
LADIES AND JHILDhEN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Bend orders to W. E. M A BS HALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-street rap s rsi i a.)
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
PURELY A SOUTHER* IN9TTTUTI0N.
Assets Joly 1, 186%.9510,000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
INSURES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS L038E8. Its principal business ia witt
Southern States, and to them it ap ls for patron?
ige. It has ample means to fully protect policy-hold
ers and psy all losses.
JOHN BjSBjORDON, President.
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLQUITT, vice-Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MORRIS, Secretary.
BOARD or Dmacrons.
Atlanta, Qa.-JOHN B. GORDON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEXANDER, J. H. OALLAWAT, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. C. YANGET, BEN/. H. Hnx, Boa
Columbia, 8. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C. H. PHTNIZT, EDWARD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga_D. E. BUTLER.
Washington, Ga.-BOBEBT TOOMBA.
Cutnbert, Ga-B.. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga.-A. H. CoLQOrrr.
Charlotte, N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale, S. C.-B. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. MILLEU, General Agent,
S. V. TUPPER, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
H. W. DE3AUS3URE, M. D., Medical Examiner.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised In 1B50 .
ALL POLICES NON-FOBFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CA8H DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices in fore?.5^,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President
L. McADAM, Sectary and Actuary.
G. A. FUD ? CK AR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
Jons J. CHANE. President Bank Republic.
WM. M. VEBMTLTE, Banker (Vermllye m Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com.
Hon. GEORGE OPDTEE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOKOAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIONST, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
BENJ. B. SHEEHAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Company.
AABON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. HA?OHWO?T, Firm E. V. Haughwont b Co.
WM WILKENS, Firm of W. Wllkeus A Co.
ir : ms H. PRATT. Merchant.
WM. W. WRIOST, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. Ho?s, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenue and
Twenty- tb Ird-s treet
Eu WARP H. Wino HT, Newark, N.J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEO il GE KEMI,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA .
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AG5.NT FOR OHABLESTON.
' t'ffine No. 365 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0
Jonurry 12 nao lyr
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY. sj
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. Slto.000 paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company.
Stockholders wealthy aud responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent, ol its earnings to the Stockholders; the
rest of the prouts divided among the Policyholders
on the ccnttibution plan.
Pire Department has been in successful opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
Lite Depart mont in full and successful operation,
and vieing with old companies lu its success.
All of its Policus non-torfettsble, 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 aa men.
Loans half of its premiums. No notes taken,
W. J. LAWTON. Provident.
J. C. McUnitMhY, vice-President.
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, secretary.
C. F. McCAY. fonsUtuting Actuary.
P. H. WRIGUT, Examinias Physician.
This Cciupiny is now prepared to'aka rinks either
in the Fire or Life PerartnientA, and solicits a shore
ot the patronage of thc city and Sta'e.
J. ?. fl UL AI KS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local an ) Travelling Agents ?ranted in all parts of
the sta'e. Liberal commissions allowed, or a sal?
ary if preferred. Applications to be made to
J. G HOLMES. Jr. Genera) Agent, No. 36 Broad
street. Charleston, S. ti.
July 21 BAO wfm
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUES ALL KIN08 OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES. Divid-nds annmlly in cash.
Onlv Company having the Definite Guaranteed Sur?
render-Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to
no Company m the United Sutes for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. 141 broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN vt. BOOCH, President
WM. M. COLE, -ecretary.
State Agency No 36 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
Apply in person or bv letter to
JAMES O. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
July 12 mwfemos
I rv TIERCES V7BSTERN SUGAR-CUBED HAMS
LU 25 English Dalry Cheese.
Jost received and for sale by _
Sept 23 8_OLAOITJS A WITTE.
CORN, OATS. HAY.
CAA BUSHELS WESTERN COEN
jUU 600 bushels Heavy Bright Oats
- bales North Biver Hay.
BBAN and PEAS, in store, and for sa ? by
JOHN W. BAEEB,
Sept 23_2 No. 20 Cnmbe .-land-street.
HAY! RICE FL'JUR!
C)nf \ BALES PRIME N. E HAY, LANDING
?l\J\J on Brown'sWhaif.
200 bushels BICE FLOUR,
For sale by JOKN CAMPS EN A CO.
SUPERIOR GINNY CLOTH
OF EXTRA WEIGHT. FULL WED TH, AND
close and strong texte re. For sale by
O. N. HUBERT,
Sept 20 12 No. 12 Eut Bay.
^RE FOR SALE BT
Dre. BAO?L A LY 9AH,
Corner King and Market stree x.
Sept IT_3mr. ?_
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE ? TO AN?
NOUNCE that they have been appointed by
Mesirs. HENRY 8. HANNIS ft CO.. of Philadelphia,
their sole Agents for the State of SouthCarolina for the
sale of their celebrated ACME. X, XX, XXX. XXXX,
NECTAR. CABINET and other branda OLD BYE
They also wish to announce that they wilt be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at HannisviUe, Berkeley County, West
CU barrels of the above always on hand.
Liberal contracts will be made for large lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
CLAC I US ft WITTE,
N. E. corner ot East Bay and Fraser'a Wharf.
Sept 29 mwf3mo8 Charleston, 8.0.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE WHOLH8ALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BAER, No. Ml
RISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk'? Pul monk Syrup
Schenk'? Seaweed Tonic
1 Cherokee Cure
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, ftc,, ftc
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypophosphlu of Lime
Van Deusen's Worm Contactions
Hurley'* Worm Candy
Sardotte'.. Worm Sugar Drops
SchaUenberger's Fever and Ague Pills
McLsne's Liver Pills " ?
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial for Children Teething
Jayne's e Iterative
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Radway's Ready Relief
Radwaj's B. Pills
Rid way'a Ready Resolvent.
CLUES FEVEK AND AGUE.
fJIHE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
S3- For sale by all Druggists.
G J. LITIS, Agent,
Corner King and John streets,
Sept 17 3mos Charleston, 8.0.
0*7 A A SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FINE
0li \J\J order, landing from Bark Vinco.
For sale by T. J. KERR ft CO.
No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
OAA TONS Nu. ? PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
?UU RANTED PURE. For sale by
8? pt 7_T. J. KERK ft 00.
fr F BALES EXTRA HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, 44
I O to 45 laches wide, and weighing 2S pounds.
For ?ale by X. J. KERR & CO.
FOR SALE LOW.
1 f. BALE8 44 INCH DUNDEE BAGGING FOR
?\J Sea Island Cotton.
J. D. AIKEN ft 0O:| ?
Sept 10_South Atlantic Wharf.
ON THE SPOT AND TO ARRIVE.
For sale by
August20 GEO. A. TRE>HOLM ft SON.
FOR SALK, WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL. BY
Dr. H. BAEB.
June 26 No. l il Meeting-street.
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIE8.
THIS TIE IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST MAN
UFACTUtiED, ls easy to manage, and possesses
great strength and durability. Having cold them
for the post two years, we can oordhlly recommend
them to onr planten and others, as the very TIE
they want, to reader their bales n'.at, strong and
compact; capable sf binding bales from 400 to 690
pounds. For sale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO., Factors,
August 16 niwf2mos Charleston, S. 0.
~QILLON'S UNIVERSAL LOTION TIB.
A NEW MJPPLV JUST RECEIVED. ORDERS
can now be filled at lowest rates.
Sept 22 3 Wit-Lti*M ROACH ft CO.
J? I T L E ll TIS.
A 8UPPLY OF THE
.?BUTLER" IRON TIES.
Just received and for sale by
Sept ll Imo HKNR? f.OHIA ft CO.
FASSMANS ALLIGATOR TIE
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THIS SUPERIOR TIE,
made of the best quality of Iron aa i warranted to
give satisfaction. For sale at lowest casi) prices by
H. M. BUTLER,
8ept8_Imo_Agent at harleston.
AILEY COTTON TIE.
A FULL SUPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BE KEPT
BY US DUBING THE 8 BASON.
THE STEADILY INCRBASING DEMAND
FOR THE WA IL ET HE,
IS THE BEST PROOF OF I TS SUPERIORITY.
OVER.ANY OTHER PATENT.
FOB SALK BY
STREET BROTHERS di CO.
Sept 9 _
yy I L L I A n Bf. LAWTON,
Factor and Commission Terekaat,
.No. 10 BOTCea WHABr y
EXTRA HEAVY SEA ISLAND BAGGING AND
TWlNKjFOB SALE. Advances mad? on Produce in
hand. thara August aft