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KB WS SUM M A St F.
-Gold at New York ranged from 31? down
io ?9}a29i, cloding at the latter price. Tho
Bub-Treasury sold due million at SOiSl.
-The Now York cotton market was fully
one bili cant lowar. Sile? 1593 bales, at 27*
-A1. Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
12? 1; Qrioans 12} L Salea 5WD bales.
_Large gold beads, strang on blue velvet,
aro the; Ia tea o fash ?OJ.
-There are 80.0DO children in the public
.chaolaof Now Xoi?k etty.
-New York city Days more taxes tban all
thc ro?t of New.York State.
-Makin has only sixty-seven mea to five
hundred and sixty-S ve women among her teach?
-At A. T. S io'Tart's store in New York
twenty $3000 shawls havelbsoo sold this season,
and one worth $6700.
?The Chicago Medical Colles:a bas opened
wide its door to the admission of womankind,
and hereafter female students will be admitted
j with all privileges of men.
-Adams Expresa Company compels all agents
and employees to'put up their photographs at
the, general oSBee, so that in case any of them
ron the detectives oaa identify them.
-li? New Orleans is a Iirge oak tree, around
wb;ch has been built a dwelling, so thai the
bank of tbe troo is nicely housed, while it* top
- completely covers the work- of the eccentric
-On the adjouroment of the Grand Lodge
of OJ 1 Fellows, at Sw Francisco, yesterday,
Gnni Sire-Farnsworth was (resented with %
diamond ring set in gold from tbe filings of
Ute last spike of the Pacific B til road.
-Dr. denny baa published in a French
m?dical Journal an account of a complete cure
Of a* bod case c.' consu nptfta bj the me of
fcr?en?ate of soda. He gar? six milligrams a
day for twenty consecutive days, then cod
liver oii for sixteen days, and thea returned lo
tho arsenic. A correspondent of an English
pa?,9r whioh published the account writes to
' -say that dilotioas or arsenic have long been
seed by the homoeopathic school ia pulmonary
-An authority who is, or thinks be is, in
iho ?ecrete of tbe prison boase, tells as that,
after all, play ?ill go-oo. sad the rooms of
Baden remain open ad in?nitum- that ia, so
long as a desire for play exists ia the haman
breast; S?d that deane seems likely to con?
tinue. It is true that it has been resolved to
irait a ai op topublic play, and that will be done.
A "freno * entrance will bt .barged for the
rooms, and then rho play becomes "private/
and tho "kursa&r a kind of cheap clab.
-The Saturday Review states that tbe
English Government has appropriated ?10,600
tb equip expeditionary corps to'bs sent oat to
various paris of the world t> observs the tran?
sit of Venue across the san's disc in 1874, and
thos aid in tbe solution of the problem in
which all humanity ia indirectly inter?s ed.
The problem which has to bo solved, which the
Astronomer Royal has well called "the noblest
problem in astronomy," is the sun's distance
. from the earth.
-Wild beasts ara counterfeited ia India in
. order to get the bounty paid by the govern?
ment for their destrnotto.i. Tigers, boars and
l?opards aro mide to go as far asthoyoan.
Fust, UM akin is sent io, with a skull of wood
fitted into tb? h-ad; secondly, tho real skull
is brought forward; and some: irnos, as a third
source, the real tiger or btar is dispensad with
and tbe skull of a hog or jackal is tendered,
provided with false teeth and co/ered with pig
i skin, moulded on a real ciger's hoad. Some
of tbe monsters were boasts of straw. Ibe
skulls are now ordered to be smashed aud th J
skins to be sold.
-The Swiss go rem mont is ill disposed to
..-bike ap the case of tbe Fraokforters wbc
thought to escape military service by natural?
ising themselves io a 3 'iss canton, white con?
tinuing'to reside in Prussia 1 Public opinion
in Switsen|ptl decides tbat the reden! goveru
Bent cannot protect each tact ?CB. The trade
in leiten of naturalization bas, consequently,
been checked for a while. Bat the military
service cxasoerates the people and leads to
wholesale emigration. Bich or poor through?
out Germany are sn vj ec ed to a bona fide en?
rolment, which cannot, be evaded even at the
. price of gold. Tho wealthy are furious at the
toss of their privilege, and the poorer classe*
curso toe Os? lorian regime of which Prussia
has set the example.
-Tbe Indian papers state that tho Maharajah
of Travancore is about to perform the cere?
mony of rhoo'oparum. The process consists
Of his Highness being plcc si in one scale with
an equal weight of gold ia tho otber. The
gold thus obtained ia afterwards diatriba'ed
among tbs Urahmins aceoriiug to each one's
privilege, and it is only t?fter theoeromony th it
his Highness is supposed to be sanctifiai.
There isanotbor caromoay which consists ia
his Highness passing through the belly of a
cow of gold; this is terned Brnia?berpam.
This it is proposed to o ?lebrato rioxt y J ar. Ii
is feared that tuess cos'tf cor-minies, com?
bined with theoomiog Moornjobarn will absort
-agood portion of the surplus revenae of thc
-It was announced some time since that
a mn ai cal festival on tho model of the Peace
Jubilee WM?, to be given at the london Crystal
Palace. T>e f-suv.-l took place a fortnight
since, and, ?aa so gre it a success that it is ta
be repeated. The ch?ma numbered eight
thousand voices, buiug the largest number ever
gathered together io England. Tbe official
?talement ot admission* to tbs festival ?howed
that 39 458 persons at ten Jed as auditors, fr
was organised by the Touio Sol-fa Association
end-garnered reprosoitarrvoe of one hundred
and four classe*. The ma io performed was
largely drawn fr^rn i he pro : a m rue or - the
Boston Peace Jablee. H -. O lver Wendell
Holmes' Hmo ot Peace wa- sa -g >o tbe music
of Keller's American H-mn. The 8-arSpBngled
Banner" and "Hail Cola ?if? >" were per?
forated with the a^o imp Mimeat of belli
and csMwion. "The Harp tbat-mee Through
Tera's Hall," the *Ha? eluj? .*'.barns. Luther's
Hymn and the Anvil t b. ruo w re also beard,
the hat named with wi at n oat have been an
?a degusto supply of anvils since the sound
of them was hardly noticeable. Thc andi
expressed disapprobation ot the pieco for a
reason which the Lon lon musical critics
fess themselves unable to discover. The}
fend the gun bass, however, and speak c
enthusiastically of the effect produced.
American national songs were received
great favor. Among the other music peri
ed, which waa not on the programmes oi
Peace Jubilee, waa "Auld Lang Syne." '
was sung in the well-known dinner table s
tho members of the chorus in each row joi
hands and moving them up and down
mecbaoical precision. The effect is sa
have been overpowering. On the whole
Judgment of the critica ia decidedly favori
FRIDAY MORNING. OCT. 1, 1869.
The New Torie Herald and Cotton 1
England is troubled an J anxious al
her future supply of cotton, an1 the Toi
of the London press ir emphatic in its
olaration that tho prostration of inda1
in Lancashire iomaals immediate at
tion. The increase of home manu fae ti
in the countries of whose trade G
Britain had, at ono time, a monopoly, i
account, in part, for the falling off in
demand for British cotton goods; but
main cause ia the decrease in the prod
tion of the raw material. Oar staple r
brings mira than double the price
which it soli in 1860; cotton goods have
vauoed in the same ratio; and the natu
consequence is a diminution in the o
sumption. Wages have not increased
proportion to the advance in the cost of
necessaries of life, and there cannot be :
general improvement ia the demand
ootton goods until there ia a diminution
In the f&'ce of these facts the Engl
spinners arc looking anxiously to Ind
Egypt and South Amerioa for the mei
of swelling the aggregate crop to m
than its old proportions; while tho N
York Herald, which has a remedy for ev
sooial, politioal and oommeroial disord
advises the British capitalist to make
vestments in the ootton lands of the Sou
now for sale in the market at a price
low as when they were first entered ap g
ernment lands, and lower than they e'
will be again. In the Southern Sta
there are tens of millions of acres of super
ootton lands, and, with capital and sa
oient labor, the yield of the staple can
enormously increased. Cotton, as a ru
is undoubtedly a paying orop. The Sot
has a system of internal communioatii
enabling the producer to reach the most
Torable market with cheapness and cele ri
The Horald, then, may well believe that I
English cotton manufacturer will obtain 1
raw material here, by growing it hims*,
more easily and more economically than
any one of the oouatries to whteh his atte
tion has been ohiefly turned. .
There, is, however, a str^uger rea?
why foreign capital should .oma to the C
ton States for investment. The oott
spinner makes his profit ) a spinning ootti
, and does not expect to make money
i growing the raw material. It is his sim
lower the price of the raw cotton;, while l
\ legitimate producer, on the other hai
looks for his profit to the difference betwt
the market prioe and the actual oost of l
ootton. The interests of the ootton sp
ner and the cotton grower are in conti
with each other; for where the one los
the other will usually gain. Oar tr
ooarse is to show the foreign capitalist t
profit that may be made by growing ai
spinning cotton in the South. Mont
whioh in Eagland prodaoas three and fo
per cent a year, will bring, in the Sou
fifteen and twenty per cant. Nor is t
high rate of interest another name for b
security, as the high rates can be had by
cautious application of capital to the dev:
oprnent of Southern manufactures.
We pr?same that we need not go to wot
now to Bao w that ootton is a paying orop
anything like the present prices. Tl
timid capitalist will at once cr} cater pilli:
druught! freedmen! and admit that chet
is money in it if you first make your CJ
ton. We waive, then, for the tim j bein
, '.au question of couou growing, and turu
I ootton spioniag, whioh ia the South brm?
themtximumof profit with the mimimu
A paper read before tbS*Agriculture
Couviation of South Carolina in April Us
ooniains all the facts neca-ary to prov
the impregnability of oar position. TL
, oost of mioufttc urtug No. 20 yarn i
Columbia, bomb Carolina, the figures bein
given in detail, is 29.80 cents a pound, di
1 livered in New. York. The cost of tb
1 same yarns, mannfaotured ia the North,
86 81 cents. The Southern spinner, then
fore, can sell his yarns at what they cot
i the Northern manufacturer, ?nd still muk
a profit of 7 Ol cents a pound. Tnis is cor
elusive, and il may be remarked that th
records of the Orangeville and August
' fao'ories, and indeed of every well manag
' ed factory in the Sooth, show tho larg
profits that may be made by spinning yarn
, at the very time that the Northern spin
nora are barfly paying expenses. The ar
I guments in favor of spiuning apply wit
equal fere i in fav.ir of weaving A oottoi
1 mill ?Uh a capaoity of 4080 spindles, will
( first clans m ic inery complete, is estimai*
, to oost $5a,')0O. This mill will oonsuoi
887 Dales of cotton, the amount of yaru
mauufacared being 354,900 p muds. O m
i ting the oost of ine water pa ver or site
' the profits of the first year, the yarns Bell
' iag at the oost of Northern production
' would be $17,748, or about 35 PBS CENT
, ou the oapttal invested. These are tut
facts and the figures, and we ask the Her
aid whether the European capitalist will
net gain more by puning his money in cot?
ton mills in the 8ouvh than by attempting
to grow ootton to eell at a low prioe to the
cotton spinners of Euglead? Would it not
be to tho benefit of the ootton spinners of
i England if half of them were to move their
1 maoniuery to the South-workmen, opera?
tives and all-and supply yarns to the
1 whole of the West and New Bngland?
| Would not the enormous profits to bo made
here soon wipe oat what was lost by their
I change of quarters and the depreciation of
1 their real estate in Lancashire?
The Township Law.
We pri?t this morning a report of the
proceedings of the Convention of the
County Commissioners of the State, which
assembled in Columbia on July 26. The
chairman stated that the formation of town?
ships in South Carolina was impracticable
because of the sparseness of the population,
aid it was resolved that a memorial be pre?
pared praying the Legislature to postpone
the organization of townships for at least
ten years. We cannot believe with the
chairman that "those who favored and
oarried the bill had looked to the interest
of tho State and its improvement;" but they
certainly "failed to consider the impover?
ished condition of the people." We hope,
however, that the County Commissioners
will suooeed in their laudable endeavor.
We do not look the gift horse in the mouth.
TUE Sumter Watchman, speaking of the
State University says: "The people of j
"South Carolina-those who have no lot or
"part In the Radical party-who, in the
"main, would patronize and sustain the
"University, cannot be foroed to send their
"sons to the Universtty, and we do not be?
lieve that they will do so, under the guid?
ance of the existing Board of Trustees,
"be the professorship what it may. Those
"who care for the character and training
"of their sons, will employ other available
"institutions, or, as a preferred alternative,
"will keep them at home."
THE attention of taxpayers is invited to
the official notice from the State Auditor,
in another column, extending the time al?
lowed for the payment of taxe*.
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I H AVK
tbls diy associe ed wi tn ma m the business
conducted at No. 24 Hayne street, Mr. B?BEBP E.
BB OWN, BO long my Chiel Assistant.
The business wUl bereifter be conducted under
tho nam? ot Wal. SHKPHEBD A CO.
Charleston, 8. C.. October 1,1869. 8 Oct 1
NO ITC IC.-HAVING ASSOCIATED MY
ton J ?MES K. Pit INGLE. Jr, with u e In my
tf ACTOKAGE AND COMMISSION BDetlNE* , the
business w-.ll be carried on in the name ot JAMES
B. PKINGLE, k SON. JAMESB. PRINGLE.
October 1,1869. Oct 1
THE EX ?KCIS KS OF MISS L>. H. JOYE'S
-(.HOOL will be continued at No. 5 King
strei t. Instruction in thc usual Englishes branches
and French._?_Oct 1
DH. BL4NCKB (USlVKttMT? OF
GG3 Tl INGES) is prepared to giro in traction
in German and Hebrew. For terms and parti- ulara
apply ?o Dr. BL \N CK E. at the residence of Dr U.
Plnca-ney, No. 56 Ha-el street. ro'8 >ept 37
THE MINSKS LANtVEAU'8 SCHO'?li.
The exer.lsea will be resumed OJ Moodsy, Oe-,
toter 4, at their residence, Na 7 P-tt street,
bepi 39 w.mS
CL. A s-IC.Vt., HATHbM ?TICAL, K UG?
LIS H AMD FUEN ll SCHOOL,
l?o. ff? WENTWORTH SI REST.
The Exercises of this school will be resumed on
MOH oar, Oe to Der 4.
HBNKY ll BRUNS Principal.
CHABLES B. COCHRAN, Assistant.
A fe*r Boys are received aa boarders in the family
of the Principal. mwf3-ru2 Kept 27
CA KO LINA EDI'CATIO > AL INSTI?
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
No ll Coming-street, Charleston, 8. C.
THE EXERCISES OE THIS S BOOL WILL BE
resumed (D. Y.j on Mondar. October 4.
Mr.and Mrs a. W ALEXANDER.
Madame A. OIRABD.
Pepi 93 tfaa?mwfi
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
TOON * LA DI ES will resumo i's Bxercta?s
OOTOBKB 4, at cornor Wentwortu and Rutledge
streets, -pply for Oironlars. Mr-. JOHN LAOKBNS,
Principal. Dtmwfi-313 ?opt 17
MKS. HOP.SOM PINCKNKV a? L i,
resume tho exercises of her BOIRDING ?.ND
1 A I'S''HOOL for young ladi??, oa MosroaT, Octo?
ber 4th. ut No 38 tl A - EL 3 l ii KET.
Professor of French. Mr DtHO'K.
Profe-sor of Godman, Dr. HLtSOKB. (late Pro?
fessor of Lso^uagea at Ct>itt>nbam, England. >
Sept 15 wi ml mo
THU. (MI ??it? MARSHALL WILL. UE
KTJME the exercises of be>r Kcbool oo Mon?
day, 4th October, at tho io-i"cno> of their father,
Rev. Dr. AlARiJALL, corner aleotiug and K<id
PUBLIC >CHut?LS - I "IC EX IC iSlCS
of i h . PUBLIC * :HOOL.H will be resumed un
Moiroar, tho4ih or October.
Aimiasioni to vacaactes will bo male at the re?
spect.ve .schools every Mosnar Alouxx -o. lr JU 9 to
10 o'clock ou and af UT thu Ilia Oe .oner.
By order of th?! Bo->-d.
Sept 27 _tO_sr tary
HIGH SCHOOL OK-C V ?L-SfOV -
ho exercises of loisirs.ita I > i were rosura -J
o.i ?soifxaoAT, epteinbrro. I -trao. oa a v--u lu
LAPIN. GREEK, EuENi H. ilK i J |>N, ?lt.BE
M li -i, ana the ht ber brandies ot E^Gi 1-a.
i he soliool IM well supplied witu .Wapa O obos and
Phllo-toplncil app ir .til-.
Term? of Tuition-Twelve Dollar? per quarter,
pavaole ia adva-uce. No extra charin or rrencb,
German or Stationery ..
W. B. KIN O MAN, A. U . Pria, i al.
TH<< t-XSKClSES Uf MKS. ULU.U'
?"CHOOL wi t be resumed on Mondav, Oetobnr
4 b, ai her KKslOEN I?, Mar.r-stru-.t, opnoiio Bil
aabotb All .he brataotn-s oi an KuglUti education
taught. Muslo and French if desired. >?ttt 20
JJ R S V L I N E INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
U?Dsa TBS paraoyaac or
RIGHT REY. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, please address THE MOTHER
SUPERIOR, Ursuline Convent, Yatte Orad?.
Kept 6 Imo
COLUMBIA, SOOTH CAROLINA.
THe PROPRl-TORS T\RK PLBASURE IN
an' oetoetog this elegantly-famd-hs > Bstn'i'lshmeut
now open tor the acoommdajoa of VIIQ'-B. th'
table will always be sappli.-u ar.lh everv dolicaov of
the season, huh from the Ne* York a. d ?.ii|.<eton
tn irkHiR. ind no efforts will b? tp rel n> vo erfect
sa-i-fact um <u evi-r- respect to our lu'.r.i s.
YR K LU ?CB in tho ReTcnorv ever,- day from
ll uuUl half-past 12.
WM. OOKMAN, ? _ , .
?. H BADKNHO* j Pr?l'r<eto 8
Pept ?3 1 no
ll A ft I. E 8 T O N HOTEL,
THI? FIBRr-OLABS HOTEL sirusTBO IN A
pieaaant location, and lu the onliness portion of tbe
Citv, rend TS it ?ho most dejiranle Hotel for ?Ither
prrmaocut or transient ?uests. . be accommodation*
are nos arpa? ed. ha vi nu extensiv?saltas >t elegantly
fnrnidned spirtmeuts lo f rai.les a d singlo eentle
mon The proprietor will endeavor io mauitaiotli*
blah reputation e joyed bv the "^harloston" aa a
Brut class hous-, and no effort ?lil b* qu ired to rto
sorve a continua ri oe of the liberal patronage hereto
lore bi_->towe i apon it
The best af Live y accommodations will bc found
adjoining toe establishment.
The house I- supplied wita lae celebrated A rte
dan Water of wtnoh delight (ol ba'hp ran be bid
eithertfayor nuiht. E. H. J 'K-O*,
Jalv 13 Proprietor.
JQO YOU WISH TO PREVENT YOI R
CHILL AND FEYER?
Sop* 17 3moe USE SOLOMONS* BITTERS.
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MAN WHO
is disengaged after 4 o'clock P. M., an en
rarement to write np a get of booka in the evening,
addrea A., Box No. 6S0 P. 0. 2* Oct 1
WAN r KU, PIFTKEff Oft TWENTY
able-bodied WHIT K MEN, to whom perma?
nent employ will be Riven at $40 por mouth. Apply
to JAMES ADGEB ?c CO., corner Adger's Wharf and
East Bay. (np-stairs.) - 1 Oct 1
WANT KU, v /?O?.'E. IN O OOO CON?
DITION, containing four or live rooms, ata
moderate rent, and in a good locality. Address Z.
Z. Z., Columbia 8.0 3* Octl
TO PRINTERS.-WAN TED, T WU FIRr-T
rate JOB PRINTERS, and a?rerai Rood Book
Band*. Apply to WAI KEB, EVANS * COGtiWELL,
Charleston, f. 0. 2 I ept 30
WANTED, A YOUNO WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash for a small family. Oood
recommendations required. Apply at No. 110
Church-street. Sept 29
WANTED, A SMALL, HOUSE, OH'
fear rooms, near the central part of tbe city.
Rerlt will be paid promptly. Address J. L. H., Post
office Box No. 399. 8 Kept 29
WANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR TUE
central part of the city, containing five or six
rooms, with stood outbuildings and water. Address
D, at thia Offloe. Sept 28
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
FRENCH GARDENER, knowing even
branch of his business. Hi? wife, a good Dress?
maker, can make herself M?tal in any family. (With?
out children.) Any one withing the same, can apply
tor conditions to thia Offl.e. Q:od reterenoes.
Sept 25 7?
WANTED, AGENTS.-OME HUNDRED
CONFIDENTIAL AGENIH wanted to dis?
pose of a good paying merchantable article. An en?
ergetic and reliable man can matte $1000 per month.
Particulars free. Call on oraddrees JAMES H. GOR?
DON, No. 2 Amity-streo, New Tors.
Sept 25 8?
WANTED, CAPITAL <>F 930OO (FIVE
thousand dollars) to engage in the 1 UK
PEN IINE RUHNES", bv the first of November.
Address .'1URPEN?INE," NEWS offl-e. Bent 2D
CANDY MAKERS WANTED.-WANT?
ED WO FiBVT-CLASS t ANtY MAKERS, tor
wbirh the highest wages will be paid. Apply to J.
0. H. CLACbSKN, No. 10 Market-street.
AYOUNG MAN, OP FOI lt YE til*'
bosineps experfenro in this city, and capable
ot giving the best references hco, desires a perma?
nent situation lu some Wholesale House-cotton
Factorage prefetred. Address A. B. C., Box 30.
Kept 1 Imo*
/"I ?IOD S Kit VA NTS. WHITE AND COL
\JT OBED, can be obtained by ayplying to EM
PLOYMEN r OFFICE, ho. 60 Queeu-street.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinda, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly tn the neatest
style and at the lowest New York prices, at i nx
.NEWS Job Office. No. 149 BAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your orders
WANTED-AGUNTS-tlOO TO 8450 PfcB
month, everywhere, malo and t?male, to in?
troduce the genuine improved COMMON SENSE
FAlIll Y SEWING MACHINE. This machino will
stitch, h m, tell, tusk, quilt, cord, bind, brdd and
embroider in a most superior manner Price only
$18. Fully warran'ed for Ave years. Both upper
and under-teed atyles. We will pay $1000 for any
machine that will sew stringer, more beuutltul. or
more elastic seana (hau ours. Ii makes tue real elas?
tic lo, k-stick. Every second stitch can be cut,and
still the cloth cn, not oe pulled apart wit hot) t tearing
it. We pay Agent? from $100 to $250 per month and
expeuses, or a comm'ssiou f om which twice that
amount can be m nie GEO. McEA ni HON * <"0,
Nashville, lenn. CAUTION-DO HOI be imposed upsn
by other pardea palming off worthless cm iron ma?
chine* undo- ine rame name or otherwise. Ours is
the on?v genuiuo and really prac tic ?1 cheap m ichlue
ma* ufactured. nao Imo* sept 22
rRENT. TWO LAUGE ROOMS. AP
Ply at No. 3T Church >trcet. 3' Oct 1
TO RENT, TH AT. PI NH RESIDENCE
Na 6. Coming. oppoajSe George-street, with
every convenience tor alarga family. Apply to C.
B. sIGWAiD, Coimusiorr agent. No. 34 Cannon
RENT, H"U*E No. 87 BROAD
Street, three doora east of Biog, containing
tour square rooms, two attic*, dressing room and
pantry, all in good condition. In julre of J. L. MO?
SES. Collector and Beal Estate Agent, No. 84 Broad
street, ?a_3_Oct 1
TO REN I', RESIDENCE OP KOCK
room? sud pantry, with kitchen, cistern, gas
Ac. No. 69 fradd street, near Meeting. R M. MAR?
SHALL Sc BROTHER, Real Estate Brokers, Broad
rpo KENT. TWO PINK L1UQE STORES.
I Uuc Mo, 1 Adger's Wharf, suitable for Store
age purp ises. and No. 2* Eas* Bav, -outboast cor?
ner of AU .er's Wharf and East Bav; each have fine
large drj ce liars. Apply io J. H.DvW.->oN, No. 41
BADOi IFFBSI KEET, or at No. 1 ADOEB'S
WHARF, between 12 and I o'olock.
TO RENT, A HOU"E No. 130 ' O MING
SI BEE 1?, containing 4 rcom-i, with Kitchen.
Also, part of a Hos e i i Calhoun, near King. Apply
at F. ANSEL'?-, No. 127 Calhoun-street.
"HEIL "STATE AGENTS, ANO Ol HERS
1V having nouses to runt, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed al the lowest rates and In the newest
and neatest styles of tape, at THE NEWS JOB OF
( ICE, No. 149 East Ray
FOR S M.K - I 'UK SI RSL HIB Kit H AV
INO ohautfo I hin basinets ia d?sirons of dis
pusbu of hi? stock oi FBtllr**, CIU\lt-i Ac. J he
stock ls complote tu?.-o b-m? all Dial ls tnK-es-arr
fo the conducting of the above montiou.-d bu?d
ni 8'. To au approvaJ party tarina will be m.tde
low and accommodating. Kor par ioulars, apnly on
the premises, No. 317 King-street, or io C. Bart A
Oo . Nos. 66, 67 and 69 Market-street
Octl_2_WM. BA BI.
HORSE? PUK SiLi;-P Hilt 4) GOOD
WUBK H KS ti-< and one very fine SadJle
M lUE wih b-- s ld low if applied for at once at the
Omnibus Office, corner Meeting and Line, streets.
Fl?u ?ALE, TH? WKI.i.-APF ?IVI"- I?
trading ?loop < HMOltA, tn completo nriler;
SJ feet long hy lo wide; of handsome mode), fast,
i stiff and suiiaoi-- for freighting Ric-:, v. a y be
seen at Mani.Woodyard, apply at No. il 7 . mlth
itrect 3* Tpt 21?
lis ?\l li 1 SLATES KOK SA li I'. -10,000
il/?VUU h st Welsh .?LA.IE, for rale low
Apply at Bennett's Rice Mill, hast Hay.
.-opt 29 3
PK:>\ INO Pit SS *"tn SALE AT A
OHE-I Ai G I .-Oif-M'I... YL'NDER
'J-V tl Pl 88 ii-enn.ilH'e re Ur. lt h .? b ..n hat
little used. ai>- i? jud Him tv oecau e thc present
owuac ba? no u o ur il. tue ala I of the ? ed of tbe
Prcis is I riv-,our b- fiftv-ebrht menes ?aid Presa
will be so d at a great bargain if applioj for at once,
aa the room lt oe cu pie i la wanted wc otuer purposes.
Address Pox No. 3196, NEW YORK POSlOFFicE.
AUCTION EE (IS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "i or Sale" Ilaeards, Business
Cards or other Job Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing their orden at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, Na
149 Kt?! Bay.
fort anb Joooo
STRAYED OR STOliEN. PttOM NO. Ul
Radcliff-street, a brindln colo o I Btil.L I Ell
RIER DOG, airs and Uli not CUL A reward w ll be
given 'i i o urned_8opt30
PICK" U ? PO? UKO AD-?TILE K i', TWO
I HUNK or DS?K K.-YS. which the ownor
can have by provtu:,' property and paying oxpeuaes
PH KED I P ON THE HALPMOON
Battery, on last Monday, two H HASH Ki V'S
which can bo obtaiucd by proving properly and my>
iug ?xpeuses. -0|tll
funD fot Snit.
1/? llA/UCKBS I* WILLIAKIS
1U.UUU Bultn OOUNiY-100 acroa of
wnicl. aro r ot erl and 75 iv- res now tin ier cultiva?
tion In cora, cottm ?nd iloe. The traot i* hes vii v
timbered whb pane oak, cypres* and hiikory, aud
out .im a dwelling and out bul dings wi.h fifteen
canins for laborer?; also oue good mill sile, ave?
rage p oduetlou ol the land, ten to ni.cen bushels o,
cor i and hf eon lo iwenty five busb?l* of rice to tbe
acre, without fertilise s thc re kin abouurts lu
mar' cpo-its. Georgetown is tba nearest m irliet,
the place beiug four miles from Black Mingo 'reek
and twen y-Ove miles from Geoigetown Creek, which
ls nuvigahle ai all seasons.
Price of the tract $16 OOO; one half ca-h. the bal?
ance in one and two <e>ra. ? cured by bo ri and
mortgage Anv ?rn ; rr number of acres will be sold
at a moderate aa vanoo on this rite. Parties desiri'.g
toinnpe-i Ibo tra. t can do sob- leaving the > ort h
e .ster i Railroad at Kin gs tree, ind inquiring the
way to my p aco twenty-bree m les distant The
tract ilea within one mile o' the projected George?
town Railroad Ad-ireas JA . K. CAttRvW^y. nr.
vi vor of Perkin? %i'amway. G orretowo eostoffioo,
S. C._rnwf 2moa*_p_*o_s^pr 30
T7HJR SA1 K, 1100 AC u Hi? UP Mre LL
L UMBEBED LAND in lower p rt ot Barow.ul
Count , six miles trom -<outb vilalo Ktver. Terms
made verv low. Vor partie niara, a lares? Dr. C. B.
HUT TO, Graham'! Turn.mt, 0JS. lt, ti.
August 30 SAO 3C
?TR RT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No.
73, A. F. M.
rHE RBGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION
of this Loden win be held at Maaonic Hall,
:HIB (Friday) EVKNIICO, ai Seven o'clock
Candidates for Degrees will be punctual.
By order W. M. W. W. SIMONS.
Oct 1 Secretary pro tem.
UKDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
8oc!ety will be held THIS F.VEHTKO. at Seven
>*clock. MANNING SIMMON -, M. D .
EAGLE STEAM ?IRE ENGINE COM?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED IO ATTEND A
Rf pn'ar MT thly Meeline of your Company, at
four Hr I, i BU (Friday) EVEMHO, October 1st at
Seven o'clock. By order.
ARTHUR M. COHEN,
Oct 1 8ecrelary.
MAH ION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTKND THU REGULAR MONTHLY MEET?
ING ol your Company, at your Hall, Tars
(Fridayj > VKNIHO. at half-past Seven o'clock.
By order, GEO. A. CaLDEB.
Oct 1 Secretary.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
THE MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS ASSO?
CIATION* will be held at Masonic Hall Tum
Evsxnro, October 1st at half-paat Seven o'clock.
The Treasurer will receive tbe dues from stockbold
ers doting the day at the office of L. GarubriTl a
Co., No. 7 Broad-street, and at the Hall In thc even?
ing JOSEPH WHILDEN, Treasurer.
Jj-liNRY WARD BEECHER'S
SERMONS IN PLYMOUTH PULPIT,
Ai* being read by people ot every rla-a and denomi?
nation all over this country and Europe They arc
lull ot vital, beautiful r-ligious thought and feeliDg
PLYMOUTH ROLPH' ta publishea weekly, and con?
tains Mr. Brechet'? Sermous and Pray rs, in lorm
suitable for preservation and binding. For sale by
all newsdealers. Price ldc. Yi-arly subscriptions
received bj tue puolixhers, (3. giving two hand -om'
volumes of over 400 pagon each. Half-yearly $1 76.
A new and sup<>r> steel portrait of Mr. beecher pre?
sented (null yearly subscriber.'. Extraordinary offert
PLYMOUTH PULU I ($3.) and 1HB CHURCH
UNION ts 50,) au Uaaettanan, Independent, Chris?
tian Journal-16 pages, ruc and stitched clearly
printed, al ly edited, sont to oue address for 52 wooka
for four dollars bpeial inducements to cmvarscrs
and those getting np clubs, specimen copies, post?
age free, for 5 cents.
J. B. FORD A CO., Publishers,
Sept 30 Imo No. 39 Pirk Row. New York.
?j_iiEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
POPULAR BOOKS SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT 'IDE PRICES ANNEXED:
M PTA'! F\ITH.55
FALsE COLOR. An ie Thenns.53
cOOisiEBS GISELA, Marlitt.40
THE SKVeN CUBHtSCF LON txiN.30
UAH. CASH,Charlas Keade.40
LOVE ME Li 11LE, LOVE ME LONG, Charles
HENRY EsMOND, I hack-ry.55
?seat Toles of Copi ?in M arr y ott Mallett at
85 Cents I urn.
MIDSHIPMAN f AsY, Coter Simple, Jacob Faith
ful. Naval Officer, K'ng's cwn, Newton Fester
P..cea of M uy Tales, lh . Poacher, The Phantom
Ship, S narliyow, Perriva Keene.
CAPTAIN JEM? S' 6CNO BOOK.15
WALKING DOWN1 RBOADWAY HOMOSt'EB....IS
GREAT LINi> AR' rONGKlEB.16
VELOC1PEI E SONGSTER.16
TH B LONDON ILLUsTi?AlED NEW H.30
MISTRESS AND MAID, a Novel, by Miss Mu
PAD TALE UF I'HB CCUBTsHlP OF CHEYA
LIER SLY FOX-Wick Of.80
THE WONDERFUL AND .a MU IN G DOINGS
OF Os 'AR SHANGHAI.30
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LE lt AND DREAMER'- DICTIONARY.40
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OO-l RECH A HONS.65
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Scott Malled at 30 couts Eacbt
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Mannering, .ntiquary, Hob Roy. OM Mortality. Th?
Black Dwarf ana a Legund of Montrosa, Br do ot
Lammermoor, Ueartof Hld'o'hlan, l'ie Monas
tery, The Abbot. I ho Pirate, For lunns of Niwel, Peve?
ril of the Peat, Quen1 in Durwanl Sc Bonan's Well.
Bcd Gauntlet, ihe Betrothed a d Highland Widow,
Tba talisman. Woodstock, Fair Maid of Perth, anne
ot Gelers'ciu, Count Robert of Pans, the .surgeon*?
on receipt of tho price. either in cash or stamp?
copies of any books in this list will be seat by mal)
postpaid. CH AM. C. ttl GUTER,
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Joly 13 DAG barlostoo. S. 0.
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THE SUM TER AND I HE SLABAMA, Service
Afloat during th? War between the States, by Ad?
miral Sommes, 1 vol flvp., cloth, 86.
RESOURCES OF l HE sOUTBhRN FIELDS AND
Fi ?RI s i B, Ueoiral Economical and Agricultural,
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rine Winkworib, transit or and com t iler of "Lyra
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of tbe ' Sunday Library " Que clotb, 12.
UlSroUY . K EUR' PB*al MORAL4, from An
gnat ia to Cbailemasne 3 vols., evo., 16.
FOKKsT LIP.. TN AC ADI E. ketches of Sport and
Natural History ba lb? Lower Provh ces of the Cana?
dian Oomiulou. by Captain O Hardy, Illustrated,
1 UK NKW AFFINITIES OF FAITH, A Plea for
Free Christian Onion, by .'muri Martine n, 25c.
SPEC I BUM ANALYSIS, six Lectures, hy U E
Roscoe, with appendices, cn oreel Plates sud Illus?
trated. H VD. S3.
MIND AMP BRAIN; or. The Cortelarion of Con.
scuufnf-- and ort?.nUation. systematically Inves
tjgatct and AppMcd to Ph' osonhy. Mental ^ciecce
and Practice, with a P. ed mu, irv Dissertation on
Method and '?.lostr.'ive ot the Text, br tho* Lay?
cock, M. D.. 1 vol- . l2rao 4 5; xv. 404, $7.
LIKE OF PIZARRO, witn om- ; count ot b's At?
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1 vol.. 12 76
TUE OLD TB - IA MENT HISTORY, from the
Creation to', no Return from t e Captivity, edited
by w. - mi b. L L. D. 1 vol.. 12mo" 8
WOM a N's sUFFR \ ii , ?he ? e.orm Against Na
rute bv Horace Bu-Lneli. 1 vol, 121:10., SI 50.
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M. ?, i vol. Ut no., Si
PRE-HISTORIC NA ' ION-; or Inqmrie? concern?
ing some ot ih^ Great Poon - and t iv lizations ol
Antiquit?, ann their P'Otiabie Bmarfon to a still old?
er Civilization nt itio Ethiopians or cnshites of Ara?
bia, bv Johu ?. Baldw II, 12im> . $1 76.
MQbrYEAIl 1 ttAMOVBIM l*> IN CEYLON, by
Slr samnol White Baker. Illnstrated, 16mo., clotb,
THE RCltNi'E uF RIGHT , by F. G. Fichte,
translated by A. K. Kroog r, l imo.. loth,$2.
i HIKE THOUSAND MUK? THROUGH THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS, by ?. K. Mcclure, Illustr?t
ed. lamo, cloth $2.
BK A i RICK. A Poon- by Hon. Boden Noel, square
ISmo., .-lotti, gilt top, $).
THKRi Xi's, H HE AND FI REAF r ER, hy Wil?
liam H. Holcombe, M D , 12m o . pacer i loth, SI 50.
I.1VK8 OP .*>. LO.TI A>'> - ALVIN, by M.
Onie it Illustrate I. '2mo , c otb Si.
I HI QU>KER P?? I y %s ? Bevolutionary
Story, witn 1 lastra.bins, Tlioo . r nih SI 60.
FT. I ION.-A ero* k's VI ia on toe Rhine; Erck
n ann- 'hatrain's -tvrlou; H g luson's Maiboue;
Hoffmann's Ice na ray. llu:m L'Homme qm
Ri*; Lctfoe M-le; i*be p * M -, Women and Ghosts;
ihe Quaker P.irHsun?; "ihn? n's For Her Sase;
south worth's Changed Bride*; - pielbjwo's Problem?
atical Charaotera; Wood*' Gat- s Wide ODPD; Binns
I-y's stretton; Wy Panchtrr Elinor; Ibe Lac H stan'?
Household; chmid's H iDcrnei-ter; .>outhwortb's
Ibe Bride's Fate; <roRope*H Ho Knew Be Was
Right; Zsohokke'rt Dead Guest ; Frey ta B'S Lost Man
ne^rlpt; Jean IngValow'a Mopes tho Fairy.
January 1 ?f
ITETROPOLITAN THKATRE COM
iessrs. COLLINS A MOUSE.Proprietors.
HAND OPENING MONDAY OCTOBER 4, 1369.
HE BEST COMPANY NOW ORGANIZED,
Consisting of tlie following diatingulcne l Ladles
liss KATE RAYMOND. R'r. WALTE? BENN,
liss ANTI nt LEVEBTNO, Mr. J. L. BROWN,
liss ALICE bnooKS, Mr. MABK RJUJJ,
liss EMMA BEOWN, Mr. L. BOWES,
bf. ADA LAWEENCE. Mr H*BBT CHUBCHILL,
Ir. HUDSON MCQBEOOB, Mr. J. L. JONES,
Ir. HABBY COOKE, Mr. HAU -.T MOESE,
Ir DAN BEEN, Mr. J. MOGOVEBN.
The wbole under the able suwrvieion of
MB. O. B. COLLIN8.
For Opening Bill and Particulars see small Billa.
To THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN or THABLEJION:
L"he undersigned haviDg with great care and expense
elected the aboye corps of Metropolitan Artistes, com
?rifllng some of the most d?3?nguish->d talent in the
Iramatic world, and being desirieua of establishing a
louthern Theatrical Circuit, comprising the cities of
Charleston, Savannah and Augusta, would most re
ipectfullj ask the patronage and support of the la
lies and gentlemen ol this city, and In return for
luch support we assure you that the pieces selected
br represenation shall he FrasT CLASS ONLY, (by
inch popular authors as Bouclcault, lom Taylor, T.
N. Bobertson. John Brougham Ac.,) and that they
.hall i e produced with a care and attention to detail
litherto unattempted in this city. The stage depart?
ment will be under the management of Mr. O. B.
iollins, who. with twenty years' experience as actor
ind manager, pledres hims li that there shall be
loihing to offend, but everything to please.
O. B. COLLINS,
Sept 27 6 HABBY MOBiE.
REMOVAL.-IV tl lt il K ll TO GIVE
placo to the new Opora Ho ise. R. WBI r:i was
:omoellud to removo his FUilNITU'tE W\RE
ROOMS from the Adger Building to No. 23G KING
SIRbEr, directly opposite hi'former place, where
his Dam . sud th" Gilt B caer ca i still be seen, and
where be will sell positively al the lowest rates Parlor
and . bamber Suites, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables,
solas, Lounges, Mattresses, Chairs, Cradle?, Ac, .c.
Call and s-e.
Goc 1s cat cfnlly packed for shipping.
Met Hie i.as. H and Coffins still Kept and ratlsfic*
tion gurantced_w-8_i'ct 1
TG it A N GK SIMOME. COLLECTOR
. A>'D COMMISSION AGENT, bas -emoved his
Office to No. 7 STA IE SlRtEi'. Office uours from
10 to ll \. M.
repi 27 mwf6
THE dNDKKSIGNKD HAVE RE
MOV FD to the northeast corner of KAST BAY
AND FRASER'S WHARP, where we shall bc pleased
tosec our friends and offer "ar well assorted stock
Of GROCERIES. LIQUORS, TOBAGO >,Ac,
Sept 21 Imo CLACIUs A WlfTE.
FIVE UOUilb HEWARD.-STRAY?
ED lrom the residence No 17 Pitt street, a
White Setter PCP. five months old. with brown spot
on eye and right side. 3* Gc 11
B'1A It Di N G?-T HE KI VG MANSION,
corner of Georg? and Meeting streets, has or-en
newly fltied up. and ls made to accommodate perm?
anent or tranfi-nt hoarders . ho accommodations
on the first fl or are spacious and comfortable*
Terms moderate. fm2 Oct 1
D W ARD LOWNDES,
BltOKEB, No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
BH?S AND BELLI ON COMMISSION, BOND-?,
Stocks, Bank ?His, and -eour?ties of all Rinds. The
highest msraetprices obtain, d.
Anv information desired, by letter oe otherwise,
will be cheer ully given. Applv aa above at No. 1
Broad-street, or thxougu Pea;rfu to Box 307.
Will also attend to the Investments of money in
large and small amounts.
REFXBXNOES. - Wagner, Buger A Co. Reeder A
Davis. G. A. Trenholm A Hon, W. C Bee A Co,
Thoa R. Waring, ? 'ashier Bomb Carolina Loan and
Trust Company ; Pelzer, Ko ,g rs A Co., J. D. Aiken
A Co., George H. Waiter A Ci.. Cot . n, Bancks! A
Co.. Andrew Simonds Pr> silent First National Bank
Sept 21 nao 2mo
BLUE BIDGE RAILROAD FIRST MORTGAGE
BONDS, Number 119, 204. 20 >, 208. which are mu?
tilated by a large deQcienoy lo no matured coupons.
Sept 18 W. B. WILI I AU s & SON.
rp n. E FALL CAMPAIGN!
Q??NBY & CO.
HAVING RKOENTLY RETURNED FROM IHE
North with a complete assortment of Photographie
Goons, and all tho r-,-ont improvements in the art,
are now ready to proluco PUOi'OUHAP IY in Its
various branches unsurpassed bo h for their beauty
of finish and <lurat>ility.
Pictures enlarged to any size. Especial attention
given toeopyla/O.d l "ic tur. s Wo are prepared to
make outdoor Views of all kinds.
99" Galiery No. 261 KING-STREET, Charleston,
S. C. Sept 21
Coltan ?tim, ?tc
COT I ON GINNING MILLS,
WE HT END TE A DI), s THE Ey
WE ABE NOW Pi. t.p. KED IO RKCETVE AND
Gin t-ci Island and Upland <?otton at th old rates of
toll-6 cents per puuud tor Mea Island-*, 4 ennis per
pound for Uplands, ginne ) ny "Gullett oin."
i-'ept 3 fmwltno Adger'a Wharf.
^ULLETT'S Si'KiL BRUSH
THE 8?BORIBEB IS NOW PREPARED TO
fill ordors lor these justlv celebrated GINS. Certifi
caU?s from reliable planters in this -tate, who have
bouRbt and used them tba past sea soo. ss well as
from the Fa-tors und B. takura, tully confirm aU tuat
is claims i for them; and tho fact is now well estab?
lished tb at ibe I.,crease in tbe prie** of Cotton ginned
on this Gin will, on every forty bales, fully pay for
the cost of tb- Gin.
HALL'S PATENT COCl'ON GIN FEEDER,
A valuable Machine, saving boto time and labor in
the ginning ot a crop. Can bo attached to any Gin
Send for Circalars.
C. GRAVE LEY,
No. 62 EAST BAY, sO?a ll OE OLD POSTOFFICE,
Angil nt 2 mwi2mos .'hurl* ?ton, S. C.
Cubain), Cijpcbi tte.
TyjANUl'At'1 L IIIU INO SMOKING
G . FOLLIN,
TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
Ho. 151 EAdT BAY.
A general assortment of MAN?FAOTUBFD AND
SMOKING l'"B\ : CO. of ail urade-i and styles, from
relia' le raanutacturers in Virginia and North Caro?
lina and offeree at Ibo .o*e-t market prioes.
jT)U VDU DESIRE ? O^CUKEU OK
all your Dyspeptic Symptoms ?
Sept 17 Smoil USB eOLOMQNV BITTEB8.
Q ll A S. HICKEY,
G I L D R B,
PORTRAIT 4NO WorUltE FRA M kl MANUFAO
I OR KB,
No. 845 KING-STREET,
LOOKTNG-GL&S; ES of all sizes stied to Frames.
July ie MO fmw3.no
Orarerics atti ?lmtiiantw.
7)1 i \f\ B?SHEL8 PRIME WHIrB MILLIN?
?x\'\f 3000 bushels Western White and West?
ra Mixed Corn.
260 barrels Extra Soper and Fine FLOUE, all
anding from the Schoo uer Conservati re.
1000 sacks Choice Family and Extra FLOUB,
? J m peon Mills.
300 barre's choice Baker's Floor.
For sale by
Oct 1_2_JOHN CAMP?EN A CO.
APPLES, ONIONS, POTATOES.
1 rt BARBELSAPPLE9
JLU 10 barrels Bed Onions
60 barrels Prime Eating Potatoes
60 boxes Celebrated buckeye roes.
For sale, to arrive per steamship Charleston, and
In store, by KIN: MAN A HOWELL,
Oct 1_2 No. 128 East Bey.
1 AA BOLLS SALEM AND DOUBLE ANO SOB
1UU BAGGING, weighing ty to a* pounds
per yard. For sale by
Oct 1 2 PELZEB. "ODOEB3 ? 00.
Ct AAA WILSON'S STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
OUUU KINSMAN A HOWELL
BACON, BUTTER, CHEESE,
LAUD, SOAPS, dtfl.
HHDS. PRIME SHOULDERS AND C. B. SIDES
76 packages JMc to Choice Butter
26 bo^es factory cheese
SO packages Pure and Extra Lard, W. J. W. A Co.
Davis Pure Lard
200 boxes Colgate's, Vor jan's and McK. V. H. A
Co.'H. Soaps, various sizes. Ju-t landed and for sale
low, at RIECKE A SCHACHTE,
Sept 27 mwi3_No 1A6 East Baye
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEWE TO AN?
NOUNCE that thev have been appointed by
Messrs. HENEY s. HANNIS A CO.. of Philadelphia,
their sole Agents for the State of South Carolina for the
sale of their celebrated ACME. X. XX, XXX, XXXX,
NECTAR. CABINET and other brands OLD I?E
They also wish to announce that they wlR be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PUBE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Instill, ry at Hannisville, Berkeley County, West
5 ) barrels of the above always on hand.
Liberal contracta will be maia tor large lota ot
new Whiskies in boud at Distiller? Warehouae.
N. E. corner ot East Bay and Fraser's Wharf.
Sept 20 mwfSmos charleston, S. C.
A tXf\i~\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MILLING
^xWKJ OOBN, in bulk, per schooner "Wm.
Mc J ec" from Norfolk, Virginia.
For sale by T J. KBBB A CO.
GRENLEA F ?OPE.
(T rt COILS GhF.ENLEAF ROPE, JUST BECEIV
f_)U ED and for sale by
Sept 30_2_HENEY COBIA A CO.
NEW MACKEREL, SALMON,
HERRISCH, ?tte., (tv STORK ARD
?VTO. 1 MESS MACKEREL)
JLl No. 1 Bay Mackerel 1 v,_u M?- ?
No. 1 Shore Mackerel J n fe*mto ?nB
No. 1 Salmon J
Scaled Herring, large size
60 caaes Underwood's Tomatoes (new) in a and 3
Underwood'a Fresh Salmon and Mackerel, In 1 and 2
Underwcod's Devilled Ham
Baker's No. 1 Chocolate, Broma, Cocos, and Cocoa
Bent's Water Crackers
A general assortment of < hole < Family Groceries,
Wines, Liquors. Ac, which are odored at the lowest
cash prices at tho
CO-OPERATIVE GRO'BRY STORE,
Southwo.it ClBnf r Meeting and Markot stteets.
Goods delivered (ree 4 Sept 39
1 AA "ALES GUNNY CLO H. OF EX TB.A
J.UU WEIGHT, now landing and for aale low
from the wharf, in lots to snit purchasers, by
E. LAsMTTB A OO.,
Sept 27_13_No. ? Broad-street.
FRE9H BURNT LIME EVERY DAY, IN BULK
LIMEKILNS, NE AR SAVANNAH BAILBOAD
Orders sent direct to the Kiln, or to the Stores on
Vendue Bange. Ola? KY ?t CO.
h?i'BKiOK G UN NI c?9fH
OF EX TBA WEIGHT.' FULL WID IB, ?ND
close and strong texture. For aal.- by
O. N HUBERT,
Sept 20_12_No. li Hut Bay.
^BE FOB SALE BY
Drs. RAOUL A LY NAH,
Corner King and Market streets.
Sept 17 3 mos
CUHKS FEVER AND AGUE.
rjIHE FINEST TONIC IN THB WORLD.
tar For sale by all Druggists.
G. J. LUUN, Agent,
Corner King and John streets,
Eept 17_amos 1 Charleston, 8.0.
Q7AH PACKS LIVERPOOL KALT, TN FIN?
0 j WU order, landing from Birk Yinoo.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
No. 1. PKKUYIAN GUANO.
OA/I 70Ns N . 1 PBRUYIAN 6UAN0, WAB
?\I\J BANTED PUBE. r or salo by
S?pt 7_T. J. KERR APO.
GUNNY ? MiTII.
IJfT BALES EX I RA HEAVY GUNNY CLQtTH, Ai
1 t) to AS itio?ea wide, and weig >in-j 2?\ p-jnnds.
For sale by l J. KERR A 00.
Sept 3_ ._
G1 N.NY CLOTH,
ON THP SPOT AND TO AaBIV?.
For sale ty
August3o GrO- A. ""RE*HOLM A SON.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BY
Dr. H. BAER,
June 26 No. lil Heeling-street
Sailor nfl, tu.
No. 141 Kin?-street Weat Side, a few
Doors Nor tit of O.o cen,
BEGS Lr AVE TO INFORM HIS CUSTOMERS
and tho pu Wk in general that be baa just returned
from MSW York arith a largo Stock of
Of Foreign and Domestic Fabrics.
I also wish to draw attention to my larg? and wal)
selected Stock of FURNISHING GOODS, mcklding
Sept 30 SmwfB