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Hotioes, jo oents ? Une. Marriage and Funeral Ko
HMS, One Dollar each.
JV J If ? S TT M M A K Y.
-In Liverpool yesterday cotton closed flat;
- - apilada 12ft Orleans 12id; sale? 6000 bales.
-In New York cotton at the close was un?
changed; salea 3000 balea at 27]c.
-Gold ranged from 80 to 30}, closing at 80}.
-Tba new Catholic cathedral in New York
will eeai nineteen thousand persons.
-London is to have a street railway along
th o bank of the Ihr ives, through the heart of
-Bira Andrew Johnson, wife of the ex-Pres?
ident, ia not expected to iivo through the
-Photographed copies of the gold bulletin
boards of Friday last are sold aa curiosities in
New York ?od Boston.
-Pine found in the raina of Thebes, and
made three hundred years ago, have been
piro d io. the Louvre M use nm.
- Horace Greeley has been invited to pre-]
aide at tbe Capital Removing Convention, to
be held in S , Louts n. Oe rober 20 th.
-A b.-oaaeetatuo of General Grant, repre?
senting him on the battlefield, on horseback,
in fall military costume, is b.uug nude in
.-One of the Salt Lake Bainta haafor three
Of bia Wives a grandmother, mother and daugh?
ter-in this way avoiding the u a pleasantness
Ot a mother-in-law.
-Toe merchants of Louisville. Ey., have
contributed $-70,000 toward dal ra vin g the ex
* * panses of the commercial convention which
meets in that city on the 12. h ot October.
-Heraosr, tbs famous running horse that
made a mile ia 1:43$, the best lime on record,
died on Wednesday at the Buckeye Coarse,
Ohio. His owner ref need $15,000 for him wi th -
in ? few day s.
-Daring the month of August, at the pub'ic
bathe in Boston, 351,800 persons indulged in
the sommer luxury, an increase of 101.931
over the same month latt year. Of the num?
ber 68 $70 were earls.
-Agassiz and Nathaniel Bowditch were two
poor in early life to parchase the booka they
needed for their studies, and were compelled
to make nunnscript oopies. Those which Dr.
Bowditch copied are in the Boston public
-John O. Bree tanridge, having been recent?
ly addressed as "Geuaral" by the Judge in a
Kentucky court, Brooklands e auggeated that
hereafter all military titles be disregarded in
the co ort-room. The jud^o eaid bo acquiesced
with pleasure. "
-Ia the Nashville mnuioipal election, on
Saturday, the Conservatives made a clean
sweep, electing all their candidates by large
majorities, lt ia ooaaidered singular that the
negroes deserted the Radicals ia thia election,
for tho first Urne.
-Alex. P. 8tawart ft Co.. Arnold, Constable
ft Ob.,.and other large New York es'ablish
rneots, who advert?as extensively, generally
gi ve thc prices or the artieloj advertised. This
is a good rule, and should be followed by all
advertise? whenever practicable.
--IoteiUgenco trent Paraguay to the 22 J ol
August contains do tails of the co i piste root of
Lopes by the Allies. Ara' at Oarugoaiy, where
-faelost ons thousand kiiiad, three honored
prisoners and twelve o J na on, and thea at Ig
naciou, where be lost twaary-riva cannon ano
abandonedhia bteamers. which subsequently
fell into the hands of the Allies.
-A oiroa'ar has fajen issued by tho Comp?
troller of ihe Currooov to all tue national
banka asking iufo matloa ia regard to their
business whioh may be used by the comp?
troller in his annual report to Congress
prove '.that tito oft-repeated chargea brought
agalnt the National Banks are withoat founda?
tion m ino ts" and fox tba purpose of vindi?
cating the national batiking system generally.
.-GeneralN.B. tassataaads a speech at
barbecue ia D. Kalb County, Georgi?, OD Satur
day, in whieb he said be was for peace aad de?
velopment ; and that the widows and orphans
of the war should De oared for. flo said he
waa a oitia-n, not of Alabama, not of Tennes?
see, not o* any Stat o,_ bat of the Un ted States.
He counselled peace and obedience to the laws
and tbeir rurid ocforoemeojj. - Wo welcome
warmly 'Ll who wish to come among aa from
the North, to cast their lot with os." He said
be onoo mot them in the field aa feemea worthy
o? his steel, Now be meei* them cordially aa
faisiriendsc The crowd >iaj*ned with much in?
terest, ?od frvqaently applaud jd.
-Mr. John Uart a. of K broney. Bossere
vor, Ireland, and Hrs., Haruo, arrived In New
York by tue steamer Ci ty of Pana, on Banda?,
and are now Braying on a v.eit wi h Mr. Mar?
tin's brother-in-law. Ur. John Mitobel. Carlton
avenue Brooklyn. In ISIS when Mr. Mttor-el
waa transported for having published m his
paper, the United Iruhusan arricies exposing
the evils of Bru tah govera-neut in Ireland. Mr.
Martin took Mr. Mi cad's place, and brought
out a journal entitled thc Irish f- oion, in which
he announced the same principles ai those for
whiofa Mr. Mitohel was transporter!. 1 he story
runs tua: a packed jury soon made short woik
of Martin, who in iura wad sent off -o the anti?
podes. Since iiisro uru to Ireland, some ?ears
Bin?e-, he has taken an active part m the mil?
tie* of bis eoun'ry Soo.i after Allen, Larkin
asrl O'Bn -ri were executed at Manchester,
there waa a funeral prx .-aaion in their honor
at Dublin, at which Mr. Martin made a sr oeob,
for whiou be waa pto*eorted bv tba govern
meer, but tho proseca tia turned out a fai ure.
Mr. Ilariin believes ia the possibility of a re?
peal of th- anton between Ire.and and Eng?
land and tb it it mav be won by the co Opera?
tion of all classes or Irishmen. He proposes
to remain a month or six weeks in the United
-Whan the proposition for the e?tablieh
. mast of A 5 wshov?' Home iu Ne . York Cly
aras first made, it found very f JW tnends ar.d
supporters hwon dioso interested and ex
perteoeeJ in oitaritable work tu tua metropolis
were coo vt need that nothing could be done for
the roller of the waadern g Arabs of the ? reet,
and II waa ihrorg'i the vo uutarv aid ol a few
gerti "ara mat means were < barned for
ams I beginning. Many rentier. wiU doab-rcse
rems aber the newspaper soo > un te of tbs ope?
Lng or ibe school sud lodgi- g uon-e in the loft
of tho SUB botldiog. oo the oi.ner ot Fal.on
?nd Nassau streets, wh.ch took place cn the j a
evening of the 18th ot March, 1854. These
quarter? were very small, containing but two
rooms and accommodating about eighty boys.
Tho new quarters at Nos. 49 and51 Park Place
are four stories high, and furnish accommoda?
tions for over 250 boya. The building is well ven?
tilated and abundantly supplied with bathing
facilities. On the lower fl'-or are the dining,
laundry, store and servants'rooms, the kitchen
and the rooms for the family of the superinten?
dent. The dining-room can accommodate on
special occasions two hundred boys. Two
meals are furnished daily, breakfast at 6 A. M.,
and supper at 7 P. M.; the former meal consists
of bread, coffee and syrup, and the latter or
bread and coffee, with butter and meat on al?
ternate evenings. Many of t he inmates r ise at
8 A. M., in season to get the earliest morning
papers, and these get their breakfasts else?
where. The second story is divided into a
school-room, a gymnisium, a savings bank,
and wash rooms, and the two upper stories are
used entirely as dormitories. The savings bank
is au especially commendable inst ituton. Usual
ly the boys deposit a part of their earnings
every night; at the end of each month aggre?
gate statements are made to the depositors,
showing the amount they have on hand, and
an allowance of five per oent. interest is made.
Since the date of the organization of the
Home the boys have saved $18,431 22; and du?
ring the- past year they contributed $334 45 to?
wards its expenses. The bank is a very simple
affair, consisting of a largo walnut table,
with a drawer divided into small compart?
ments. The top of the table is pierced with
penny holes; the boles aro numberod, each
boy has his number, and a register of the de?
positors is carefully kept. Oftentimes Ibo new
arrivals are covored with filthy rags and ver?
min, iu which case they are thoroughly cleans?
ed and Punished comfortable clothing. The
evenings are spent in playing dominoes and
checkers, or in exercise in I he gymnasium.
SATURDAY MORNING, CCT. 2. 1869.
TUE RUE AL CAROLINIAN.
There is no novelty in the complaint, made
on every occasion and in every imaginable
shape, that Northern serials are read and sup?
ported in the South, while our own publica?
tions of the same class receive only a luke?
warm and hesitating support; and it is urged
with wearying iteration that our people are
unpatriotic and undutiful in failing to give
their own kith and kin that cordial aid, with?
out which no enterprise can be made perma?
To establish a new serial magazine in these
days of active competition demands monied
capital, an well as tact, ability, and a high
order of literary or technical merit. The mul?
tiplication of literary enterprises of all kiods
bas made tho reading public more exictinx
'han ever before. As knowledge and informa?
tion are diffused in the laud, the literary
.standard is steadily raised. The error, then,
of Southern publishers has boen in assuming
that a Sontheim name and Southern record j
Bhould at once give them thousands of friends
and suQSoribers, without regard to the intrin
ei i excellence of their undertaking. This is
the whole seoret of the lagging life and carly
deatb of so many Southern periodicals.
There must and will be free trade in litera?
ture as in all mercantile pursuits. As a matter
ot business the publio will always Beek the best
article at tte lowest price. Where the element
of dollars and cents enter into the edon lat ton,
sentiment and motives wtll have lic?e weight,
ard certainly will not induoe the publio lo pay
m ire for a Southern production than they
would have to give for a Northern production
ot equal merit, un tn? other baud, prk?, a**r-1
viceablentaa and worth being the same, the
Southerner will undoubtedly give the prefer?
ence to the labor ot Southern bands and the
coinage of Southern ?rams.
Bitterly partisan publications like Harper's
Weekly and HarperV^Maeazme will always be j
oondemued io the South, because their very |
mainspring ts abuse and misrepresentation of
our people. The Northern firms whose publi
cations are free brum sectional animosity do
not tall under the ban, and, as m the case of
th? Appletona, their publications are judged
Hoiely by their cost and artistic value.
And all thia is both meet and just. The
publio oaunot properly be blamed for buying
what is cheap and good, although it do.soome
trum the Norco. Nor thorn rivalry and North?
ern comp?tition oan bo met and overcome, but
oi.lv by turning on' articles of equal or greater
met it at the same or a lower price.
i hu train or thought which we have endea?
vored to shape and d< flee is what guides tho
Southern reading publio in then: approval or
tacit coodemuation ot new literary undertak?
ings, and we feel that our native publishers
show a cheering appreciation of tte ait union in
giving us as they bave done in the "'Bural Caro?
lin! in," an ag not Koral magazine as complete
as any mag.isino of the kind published in thc
North, and ?operier, as far se we know, to any
similar publication over issued m the South.
The " Runl carolinian," of which the first
number waa ieued on Thursday, is a monthly
magasine devoted to progross in agnoulture
horticulture, the meobanio arts and domestic
economy, aud to the intellectual, moral aoc
Bocial improvement of our people. The pub?
lishers, Waiker, Evans ? Cogswell, of this
ody, and the editor, D. H. Jacques E.-q.
promise to spare no labor or expense lo make
it in every way worlby of patronage and
support. They have made a good beginning;
for the "Bural Carolinian," as lt stands, is su?
perior to anv agricultural magazine issued m
the southern couutry ; while to the South rn
farmor and planter it will be far more valuable
than any Northern agricultural publication.
The bjuth bas needs and wants of its own.
No magazine whioh looks to the North or West
for Support can adequately represent the agri?
cultural and mechanical interests of th?! South.
Aud the new comer is prepared lo meet tho
existing oider of things, recognizing the ne?
cessity of modifying or ?btMUhing old plans
ind old systems, and of shap'iig our ends ?o
oordiok to the meaus at our command. It
will, weare s-turned, bo 'uoiou_rb.lv m> lo tho
Hate*; and in arrangemr jt, variety of informa?
timi, typogrnphicji appearance, and neatness
ot illustration, it is far ahead of auy of its com?
petitors. Wo warm':.- recommend tba no
work io our read? u. being oufldocit that
ihey will give it no ernd-ring praise.
MB. vV. W. Fauitow aun-m-cos in Wcduos
liv's issue of the Abbeville B mu r that h is
: nineo ion with that journal, aud ils seoarate
ixta'eoo" as a newspaoor ceased on that day.
I he inateri-l and good will of the Ban uer have
leen sold to Me ??rn. I vee A Wilaou, the pro?
ina ton of the A-ibevi?o Press, and the two
noora will in future be Issued as oue, nuder
he namo of tbo Abbjvilie Presa a id Bumer.
Ve regret the yuapension of the B inner, but
lope that the "Press and Banner" will r-ave a
?ng -?nd prosperous career. The pruorie ors
f S mt hero newspapers have a hird and th mk
30B task, and we trust that Mr. Farrow, in
ns new pursuit, will find au easier seat than
he editor's thorny chair.
THE chester Standard calls on the people of
hs county to give i heave.vee a good lepre
'?ma iou in the M tate Agricultural Fair, to be
reid in Ooiumoia in November next. Will not
II the Bhuo popers give a b >st np n this nn
ortant ?objeot? The time ls drawing nigh
nd much remains to be done.
HO W TO DO IT.
The Yorkville Enquirer takes this view of
the political situation in South Carolina:
"3o far as losing heart is concerned, vre are hopeful
of the future. But the downfall of Radicalism la not
to be accomplished by seeking negro votes. Indeed,
one (treat point will have been gained when the ne?
groes become satUfled that wo don't care bow ?hey
vote; that we can stand thc result of the voting if j
tboy can. At present their Idea le that we seek their
votes for our own purposes, and with no good will
for them. It ia idle, then, to try to persuade them
to enter the Democratic fold. The only way to ac?
complish this is to let them feel the consequences of j
their votinjr Radical. Let them feel the pressure of |
taxation, wi'h the full knowledge that their votes
made it heavy. It is the only way of convincing
them that their interests coincide with ours, all
measures looking to this end will receive our earnest
support. But In view of the fact that agitation has
not gained us votes in the past, we believe in reserv?
ing our strength for the time when it will avail. As
otten as elections occur, every Democrat should
vote, and thus keep np the party organization. In
the meantime, do allow the Radicals tbs pleasure of j
quarreling a moog themselves. They are very good
at lt, and they can break up their party sooner than
we can by .pitching into it' on all occasions."
Our contemporary will not deny that unless
we have a majority in the state Legislature we
cannot change the character of the govern?
ment, reduce taxation, and make our laws
equitable and just. This majority cannot be
had unless the opponents of Radicalism can
carry some of the lower counties, in wbioh the
negroes far outnumber the whites. We cannot,
therefore, move a peg towards undoing the
Radical muddle unless we do seek the negro
vote and get it .
In this part of the State we aro not so philo?
sophical as to say thatwe don't caro bow tho ne?
groes vote; f jr upon the way in whioh they vote
depends their welfare and ours. They already
feel indirectly the pressure of taxation, and
still more do they feel the utter unsclfisui.ess
of their so-called friends. They mil, intime,
hud ont for themselves that our interests are
theirs; but wiih our he^p they will know it, and
act upon it at the ucxt general elections. Wo
mi? ht wait and wait quietly with folded arms;
but an old proberb says that while the grass is
growing the steed may starve. This is our
IN a divorce case beard at Chester, Judge
Thomas sustained a plea to the jarisdictionof |
the court. He bases bis decision principally
upon tho present imperfection of tho divorce
law, and is emphatic in bis declaration, that
the words of the constitution, article XIV, sec?
tion 5, ''Divorces from the bonds of matrimo?
ny shall not be allowed, but by judgment of a
court as shall be prescribed by law," mean
simply this, that until further legislation takes
plaoe, he is not authorize.!, m the face of au?
thority and precedent, to docide upon so
gravea question affirmUivelv.
?J^UI'L.* UGH AVE VU K .SBKINAKY,
RKV. D. Z. LaFAB, PRINCIPAL.
THIS SEMIN/.BY RBHUYfEB ITS DUTIES AT
the northwest corn*>r of calhoun street and tmtledge
avenue, on toe PTBST MOHDA? m october next.
THB KXKKCISK<i OP Til K MISSUS
MILL-' SCHOOL will be resumed on al. NDAY,
October 4, at No. 6 Green street. 1* Oct 3
MISS ICSI M 4 K. HU i. n KS WILL
reopen her SCHOOL FOR OIltLS Monday,
October 4th, at No. 2d WALL-STHKK. I, one door
j trum Calhoun, stntnlmo? Nant 14
THE B.X ? K C IS KM UF MISS IN H. Ju Y c.'
-(HOD L wi 1 be cohtinnrd at No. 6 Kiog
?friert. Instruction in the usual Englishes branches
and Prenoh._3_n t 1
THK WHSILS MARSHALL. WILL. HU?
SUMS the exercises of he r .school on Uon
I (luv. 4:h October. at thu le-t.'enon of tbeir rather,
Bev. Dr. M ABS 3 ALL, -cornel Mecttng and Held
I st reels._5*_-ept38
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.- rall tux -,K< INKS
of the PUBLIC 8 H'MLH will ba resumed on
MONDAY, tbe 4th of October.
Admissions to vacaacles will bs made at the re
spect.ve schools every Moama! Moanna, trom 8 to
10 o'clock on and after the 11th Oo.otter.
Uy order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE: G HIM Ki',
Sept 27_IO _*"?T 'arv
HIGH 8l'HOl*L UK C'iAKLr.<JI'Olt..
he exercises of tain Institution were resumed
ou WEDNESDAY, eptomberB. Instruction given in
LATIN. GK KKK. FKKNOH. GEKMAN, JIAIBS
MAH s, and the hi ber brandies of ENGLISH.
Che school I? well supplied wltu Maps Globes and
j?hiioi'.pruc d apparatus.
I erma of Tuitloa-Twelve Dollars per quarter,
piyaole ia advance. No extra chargn tor french,
Gorman or Stationery
VY. B. K IMG MAN, A. M . Priori aL
TH*-: * x- KCiNhs OH- M'?H. bLCiU'
SCHOOL wt I oe rsHumed on Mou iav. Ortober
4 b, at her ItrWUl?N tn, Marv-street, o? o i c Kit.
sabeth All he braaoh-a or an Wogltsh cduoatiou
t tugar. Uuaio sad Preach if Josiro.l. cent 20
TJ K s v L i ?i at I n s T1T ti T as,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
murna TBS PA ru o.s io B or
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectus, please addross TUX MOTLIER
SUPERIOR, Ursuline Convent. Valle Cruds.
EKMOVVL_IV WKIIKlt TU OiVK
place to the new Opera Ho i-e >t. WHI PS was
ecsuotuM to remove an FU?NfUiE W\Rh
KOOMs I im 'be iJ.or Buildiag to No. 230 KINO
si KtB i, directly o >po-i te hi ' former pl ?oe. where
bia nam - and tb Gilt R c er ca i still bs seen, sud
where he will sell positively at the luve?; ratea Parlor
ai-d . bamber suites, a?'steads. Bureaus, Tables,
-otas, Lounge?, Mattreesea. Chaira, Cradles, Ac., c
Call sod s e.
?ooiB carefully packed for shipping
Metallic cas-a an I Comas still ..ope and satisfac?
tion guraateed w 8 "ct t
rpHtC "SJOKtCglUv KU H A V K M K
I MOV' D to the northeast corner ot K ,s r BAY
AMD tf it AS o It' - WHA nf where w shalt be pleased
to se 'our fri e od? and ffer ? or well assorted stock
ofGUO.:BRiKs LIQUGBS, TOBACO >,&<.,
sent 21 Imo OLA' IU- A WI1 TE.
QOLIINBIA Ii . ? T KL,
CO-UMBIA. SOOTH CAROLINA.
THK PROPItl-TOUS TAKK PLRA?URB IN
an ou'ici'-g th's eiet?SQtly-fuiui<-be . Esta'..Ishtar-ni
QIIW opea to the arr i nm dation of puesta, lb
iah e will always bc ?applied w ih every dolicaov of
the Mason, k*->ti. from Hie Ne? Vork a -d ' inri ?tou
ra iraetK. suet no "ff .rts will b>' rp ired io elvo i>erf*oi
sati-factnm -n ever? re-oect to our |tatra 19.
FR K LO * OH tn tbo Refontorv every day from
ll until haii-past 13.
? M. QOHMAN. ) "
H. H BiDKNHop ] Proprietors
Kept v3 Imo
AK I. E S i ll S UOIUL,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
TrTJ? riBSr-OLAK-S HOTEL ?iroATRD TN A
pleasant l?alfon, and lo tbe husmeas portion of tbe
tit , re nil-rs it the most d?sirable Hotel for either
P"raaoputortrao>-enigo6*iB. be accommodatiour
trounxarnsBrod. ha vt ta ex'ensiTn snltns ?1 elegantly
fnroisnrd ap rtmeuts in 1 ml les a d single sentie'
m?n Tbe proprietor will ?adeavor 10 maintain the
lUib repatutioa e joyed bv the " 'barlestou" as a
)mt class bous -, ?no n > effort 'iii bo ?.??red to <1e
lerve a continuance of the liberal parronage hereto
tore b"-towei anon it
I ho bes' ot Live y scrommodatioru will bc found
idjoiatng tbs establishment
The house I- supplied with the celebrated Arte
ian Water 0? winch delightful baths ca . b? bid
nher dav or Di?ht, E. H. J-r*K Of,
inl< 13 Prooriotor.
QU TOli WISH TU PUfc.VK.Vr l'Ut K
HILL AND FKVEP ?
Feptl? ?n?08 TJSE8OLOMON6' BITTEB3.
WANT KD, A GOOD COOK, WASHER
AND I HO Nf n; also a pood Houseboy. IN
guiro at No. 13? WENT WORTH-SI REET.
Oct 2 2?
EMPLOYMENT W A V I ED, BT A SIN
OLE man. as gardener, haring the knowledge
ot the laying ont ot ornamental flowers, ground cul?
ture ot flowers and vegetables. Be will g.vo satisfac?
tion to any one who may employ bim. Different
respectable city references given. Apply at stoe
Shop. No. 3 Tradd street_2*_Oct 2
WANTED, A COL.UK BU UIKL, ABOUT
12 yeare old, to do light work in a soul' funi
Hy. Apply at thuOfBte._October 2
IITANTED, A GENTLE DRAFT HORSE
TT in any harness, or under saddle. Apply cor?
ner of Ussel and Meeting streets.
Sept 30 tbsm3
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAW WHO
is disengaged after 4 o'clock P. H., an en?
gagement to write np a set of booka in the evening.
Addres A., Box Ko. SSO P. 0. 2?_Oct 1
WASTKD, A HOCfK. IN U??D CON?
DITION, coDtaining four or five rooms, at a
moderate rent, and in a good locality. Address Z.
Z.Z.. Columbia. S.C_3*_Oct!
WANTED, A YOUNO WOMAN "T O
Cook and Wash foi? a small family. Good
lecommendations required. Apply at No, Itu
Church-street._" Sept 29
WANTEO. A HOUSE, NEAR THE
central part of the city, con wining ave or six
rooms, with good outbuildings and water. Address
D. at this Office._Sept 28
ANTED, A SITUATION BY A
TRENCH; GARDENER, knowing every
branch of hil bosfbess. BB? wno, a good Drees
maker, can make h-rue f useful in auy family. (With
out children, i ?ny one wishing tbe aame, can apply
tor conditions to thu Oft e. Good reterenoes.
Kepi 25_ 7?
WA AT KD, AGENTS.-UNK HUNDRED
C0NFIUKNT1AL AGENTS wanted to dii
pose of a good paying merchantable? article. An en?
ergetic and reiiitbie man can matt>- $1000 per month.
Particulars free. Call?n oraddrees JAME? H.GOR?
DON, No. 2 Amlty.-tree', New Tors.
GOOD SERVANTS. WHITE ANO COI.
ci'.ED, can be obtained bv ayplyiDg to EM
Pl.OYMEN r OFFICE, ho. 60 Quoen-stteet.
August 23 _
WANTEO, KVEKYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING uf di kinds, plain and
ornamental, ls excoatvd promptly in the neatest
?tyle and at tbe lowest New York prires, at (HI
NEWS Job Ofl.ee, No. Ul KA-T BAT. > 'all und ex?
amine tho seale of prices before giving your orders
rRENT, THE DWELLING HOUSE,
No 90 Coming-rtreet., containing seven (7,
square rooms, ut tic--, pantry and all necessary ac.
co m to oda ti o* s i orcos moderate. Possession given
Int Oo.ober Apply at No. 7 O KOBO ".'-al KKK ..
rpo KKNI'. A GKNTEKti KESIDKNCE
A in Calhoun street, 8 rooms, 3 aiaaz IP, cia.oro.
gas, Ac, Ac. Applvto a. C. MCGILLIVRAY. Beal
Batate Aguo , No. 29 Broad Street 2 Oct 2
PLEASANT noons, COMFOUTABLY
furnished, and Board, at M-s. MILLER'S, No.
0 Badson street. nw imo Oct 2
EOOM"? TO KENTIN ii ii HAD VT? EE l\
over the om c- No. 49 sud 51. Apply to WM.
B. SIMMONS, No. 6 Bruad street.
Oct 2 _sw
T? HM Vf", IN A CBNTKAL AND PLEAS?
ANT part of the city, a HOUSE of slxupri.ht
Sud two att o rooms, drestiug roo-ns tod puntnoa
large cistern, and gas thnvgboat the buuse. It
will be rented with the Furniture or without; Uso a
handsome 7 octave Piano. Apply at this Ginee.
Oct 2 6W
rKKNT. TWO LAUGE KOO MM. AP
Ply at No. 37 Church ?treet. 3? Oct 1
rRENT, A L\i<GE STOKE I * KING
8 lii.t'. t . Apply to a. H. UAY?OND, corner
or Battery and Water-street, stmh >ept 26
TO RENT, THAT FINE RESIDENCE
Na 6 C'min? opposite G sorgo-street, with
every oouvenieoce for a large family. Apply to C.
B. -IG WA i D, COitnWsion Agent, No. 34 Canuou
rRENT, HUSK No. 87 BROAD
sheet, three doors east-of Kiov. containing
tour square rooms, two i t;o, dressing room ami
pantry, ali in good condition. In intro of J. L. MO?
SER. Collector and Beal Estate Agent, No 34 brou J
X* E A L ?-.HT-ATE AGENTS, ANOOIHEKK
AL having nooses to rent, can have tbeir Placards,
Ac, printed al the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest style? of ivpe, at 1 UK NB WS JOB Of
'i"fc, nu ta? -I ?.?
WANTED-AGENTS- 11UO TO $4!i'J PtR
monta, everywhere, mile and t?male, to in?
troduce tbe cenuiuc Improved COMMON HtNSE
FAMILY SKWING M \CHINK. This machino will
Btlioh. h. m. fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, brdd and
embroider lo a most euportor manner Pnce only
$18. Fully warranted for ove years. Both upper
and nude - oed styles. We wlU poy $1000 for any
mach ne that ?rill sew stringer, more beautitul.
mor' ts a-tlc scam thau oars. K makes' tbe real clas
Uo lo< k-atick. Bvtry seoond stitch eau bo cut. and
still the cloth cn,not oe palled apart without t carine
it. Wo pay Agent* from $100 to $260 per month and
expomea, or a commission f om wbiob. twice that
amount can be mid?. G BO. MCEA LlIBON A . O .
Nashville, tenn. Car/nos-Donot be impo-edupon
by other oardt-a pahn>iig off worthless oast iron ma?
culae* undo - the -ame namo or otherwise. Ours m
the onlv genuine and really practical cheap maihiuo
ma' ufoc'ured. nao Imo* sept .2
FOR SALE - I HE SUBSCRIBER HAY
INO ohaogs ' h - nu->m-KS H.desirous of dis.
posing of bii slack Ot Plt'iirs. OI$MR> be. the
Htoek is oomplfte i ce b'lnr all tba. is noces.arv
foi tho ' on'lucti.ig of the abovd mnurloa> ri busi?
ness, l o a i amir >ve I partv tarma will b? made
low and aocom.o.x a mg Kor par iouiars, apt ly on
tbe premisos, .S >. 317 Ki-ig.Rir-.-oi. or to C. Bart A
00 . Non. 6\ 17 a id 69 afarkct-streeL.
FORMAL*', iii MJBS'l'A N I IA L, HRICK
Ri-HID -H i.ut i- elito nr. Moultrie, st the
uoitbwon rt n.er ot Pitt anti Montague ftreeta, i bo
1 ot measure- a< out 106 met ou iMouta rue-tic r. ny
191 lect on Pitt-stiect. I bo Houso o mtains six up
rm-1 rooms, two ?as-mom rooms tw< lar^e uti cs,
two pl.ttaa-. ihr e airnsiug -ooms, ouo bulb room,
water closets, Aa Sub'tau'ial brick outbui d'liga.
Anplv to RUl'Li-DOE t TOUNG, Solicitors Es ato
No. 2$ Bruad-street, ? Ho pt ll
FOR KALK, THE MEW AHOOOSIHO
. IOU- yu-h MAHY ELLA, caps.hy 6 ton?,
lu complute ordar For terms. Ac , apply to T. h.
OL \N Y A OD., No. lil Bust fay.
r-ept 3t< _tbstn6
Ar ** I? I V A T K SALE,THAT PIA*
HTAND with fix'ares for a Grocery, cornor
aihCUD and Hast Bay stressa, No. 36. Apply ON
PB BM I-ES._juste_January 21
?UU SALK, xiUU NEWSFAFK >.S IN
?? any quantity irJe* 76 cents per bundred.
lbe cheapest wrappio paper that can bs nsed. Ap
olv ?' the ogre of IH 8 N ? -WS. Marchi
PK i* I I.vG PK SS KOR SALE AT A
O REAL" -ARGxH -One t At-I... TL NDE?
1 .fi O PR 83 troompleie re J dr. It li s been bat
little ased, ana is ?old sim ly oecau e the present
owner bas noa e for lt. t'be sis ? of tho ' ed of tbu
Press ls I' rtv-iour bv Aftv-ei?bt inortea >aid Pr. t
will be so'd at a great oargain if applie.i for at nn^e,
a* the room it occupier is ?suted for otuerparnoeoi.
Address ?Jox No. 8:96, NBW YORK PtlBlONluE.
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others wishing "> or Sals" f laeards, Ruaineaa
Card* or otha' Jo Printing ext-eated with oaut.
Ofas and ais ,atcb ?U. consult their iuterest by l?a?
log ihoir Orien at XBt, NLWS JOB OFFICE. No?
ua Kr?-t buy.
1,081 tw. J??llb
STUAYEO OK ST LEN. FKOW MI?, ?il
Itstieliff" ? ttsjt. a i>' . ill colo el HULL-Eh.
RIEH DOO. eira und tail ?Munt. A reward w ll b?
giviv? t <r. qi-n j,_ Kept SO
PICK?" I? I HO? UKO lO-?TKEE '", I WO
I i USS or DU-K fi Yv wbicb the owner
eau havo by pruviu^ pr ip. rt> and paying expeu^es
PK KED t p ON THE UAhKUlNIV
UalCiy. ou last Monda, two ?KAMI KKYs
which can be obtatued by p.-ov.-ug propor.y and i>..y.
lug , xpeosee. c,iH
ED (rom the red enco No 17 Pi't sire r, a
iv ni tn -o'ter pop fire mmthi old. with brown pot
JU eye sud 'ightaide. " 3? < ctl
JJt? YOU DESIRE TO BE CURED OP
ill your Dyspeptic Symptoms 1
Sept 17 3mo? USE POLOMOW BirTEB*.
^' \WS*l#ilING A VO MAI M-CU H
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i ?tend ed at their reside uuo* promptly and at reato
?Ole rai. f.
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A fall and punctual attendinco is desired, as busi?
ness of i ital importance will be acted upon.
By order. JAMES RONAN.
YOUtVG MKIV'S CHRISTI A I* ASSOCIA?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
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Oct 2 P.A. SILCOX, Secretary.
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40c; Marin i'bum?wit, 841 paces, 40o; Our Mmual
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Si tc; >ale ot Two Cities, 144 p.gfcs. 25c; Hurd limes
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p*-'-B. 40-; Little D-urit, :nxi page*, 4'w; rirkwiek
Papers. 326 pages, 40 .; David Copperfield 33n pages,
4llc; i..iroary na.:.' 167 page*. 3fc; Old CurtoMty
'hop. 211 pagos, 3-c; Great Expectations, 184 pages,
30o; ?ket. bes, 196 pages 80c
Tue following Novels, by Slr Walter
-cott Malled at 30 cents Kacti:
WAVLiiLY, IVANHO.V Kr .NtI.WOK I H, GUY
Mannerinc, ndquary, Hob Boy. OM Mortality. Th?
biack Dwarf ano a Legend of Mo itros*. Bnde ol
Laa>meirmoor, Heart of Mid fo'hian. The Xooas
ter?, rue abbot, t'be Pirate, Fortune*of Nisei. Peve?
ril nf'he Peat, Qaenun Durward St. ROOAO's Well,
tied O tum le?, ibe Betrothed a .d Highland Widow,
rt>o talisman, Wood?, wt, Fair Maid of Perth, anne
ot Geieraiein, Con nt Robert of Paris. Ibo OUTROOII "?
? >n receipt of lbs prie?. Silber in cash or stamp?
copies of any books m this list will be sent by mali
postpaid. CHAS. C. RIGHTER,
No. 161 Eiug-sireet,
July 13 MO Charleston, 9.0,
(Jtetr?fs ?n& fllisctHantoM.
COAL! COAL! COAL!A
A AA TONS BED ASH COAL, EGO AND STOVE
siMS. Landing from Bcboonor W. B.
ALSO, IS TABS,
CUMBERLAND COAL for smiths' purpoBes
"nmborland Coal, hand picked, for t-arlor ase
ignite Ash Lump Coal, for steamers ana Foundries.
For sale by H. F. BAKES A CO.,
Oft 2 3 Coal Yard. No. 20 Comber land st.
Li AN DI \ G FROM BARK R. B. WALKER.
"TA KITS FINEST HESS MACKEREL
DU 25 kits best No. 1 salmon
200 boxes healed UerringB.
Choice Goshen BDTTEB. New Imitation Cheese,
Smoked Tongues, Bacon Strips, Ac, kc
For sale by D. PAUL k CO.
Sent 29_ WB2
MIDDLEMAS8' EDINBURGH ALBEBT BIS?
CUITS, received this week by
**pt2S_ws2_D. PAUL * CO.
CORN I CORN ! CORN !
6)1 ? iii BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MELTING
?fl J- V i \ f 3000 bushels Western White and West?
ern Mixed Corn.
250 barrels Extra Super and Fine FLOUB, all
landing from the Schooner Conservative.
1000 sacks Choice Fam?y and Extsa FLOUB,
300 barrels Choice Baker's Flour.
For sale bv
Oct 1_2_JOHN CAMPSEN k 00.
APPLES, ONIONS, POTATOES.
I / \ BARBELS APPLES
J_U 10 barrels Bed Onions x
60 barrels Pr me Earing Potatoes
CO boxes Celebrated Buckeye i oap.
Tor sale, to arrive per steimsbip Charleston, and
in store, by KIN-MAN A HOWELL,
Oct 1_2_Mo. 128 East Bay.
BA GU! NW.
1 fifs ROLLS SALEM AND DOUBLE ANCHOR
?UU BAGGING, weighing 1% to 2>? pounds
per yard. For sale by
Octl tl PELE ER, RODGERS A CO.
fiAAA WILSON'S STBAWBrBBY PLANTS.
OUUU KINSMAN k HOWELL.
A KC\C\ BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MILLING
vJKJKJ COBJN, In balk, pei- schooner "Wm.
MCvJee" from Norfolk, Virginia.
For sale by T J, KERR k 00.
NEW MACKEREL, SALMON,
HERRINGS, ?t?., IN STORK ANO
"VTO. 1 KEW MACKEREL!
ll No. 1 Bay Macx-rel lT_ w . . w
No. i Shore Mackerel fln Ai Wte
No. 1 Salmon J
Scaled Berring la<-ge sise
50 cases Cnderwooo J Toma'oea (new) in 2 and 8
Underwood's Freeh Salmon and Mackerel, In 1 and 2
Underwood's Devilled Ham
Baker's No. 1 Cuocolate, Broma, Occoa and Cocoa
Bent's Water Crackers
Fulton Market Beef
A general assortment oi Choi oe Family Groceries,
Wines, Liquors. Ac, which are offerer! at the lowest
caah prices, at the
CO-OPERATTVF ORO 'BEY STORE,
Southwest Corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. 6 Sept 29
GUNNY CLOTH. *r~
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLO H. 0? EXTRA
JLUU WEIGHT, now landing and fdr sale low
from the wharf, in lota to ?ult purchasers, by
E. Liri TIE k CO..
Sept 27_6_No. 20 Broad-atreeL
FRESH BURNT LIME EVERY DAY, IN BULK
LIME KILNS, NE AR 8 AVAN?MH RAILROAD
Orders sent direct to tbs Kiln, or to the St?res on
Vendue Range. O LA EY dt CO.
The above Seeds are carefully selected for thia
solL ?or sale bv
Copt 2 thstnlmo J NO. CAMPSEN k 00.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE, WHOLE
KALE AND RETAIL, by Dr. H. BA ER, No.
131 M LETING-*'! BEET
WO Ll'" M SCIIII DAM -CHN APPS
Fouls' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's toothill ir *yrup
Perry Davis' i olukiher
Mexican Mustang Linament
jfannearofk's Yerml.uge -f
Peery'a Dead Sboi, Ac, Ac, Ac,
Juno 26 _stnth
bUPEUlOR GUNN It ? L<rTH
OF EXTRA WEIGHT. FULL WIDfH, AND
cose and strong texture. For sale by
O. N HUBERT,
gapl 20_12_o. li Bat Bay.
J^BX FOR SALE BY
Dra. RAOUL &LYNAH.
Oerner Klag and Market streets.
CUKES FEVER ANO AOVE.
rjYHE FINEST TONIC TN TUB WORLD.
Mj- For sale by all Druggists.
G. J. LOHN, Af enc,
Corner Bing snd John streets,
Fept 17_3mos_Charleston, 8. fl.
L I'VE h POOL SAIT. *
QrTAA SACKS LIVI-BPOOL k A LT, IN FINE
tj| V FU order, lau Uni Irooi B?'k Vmoo.
For sale by ''.J- Ktttu A 00.
No. 1. PKKUVIAN V.UAN0.
QA./. iONs Nt. 1 PEBUVIAN ( OANO, WAH
RANTED PUBE. ?-or?ale by
H.p.. 7 1. J. Bi- BR A CO.
GUNNY ? I ??Til.
7^ BALES ?XTBA HEAVY GUNNY "LOTH,?
I O to 45 monee wide, and welg'in . 2S oouada.
For sole by 1 J. KtBR k 00.
G? NM CLO ?
ON THR SPOT AND TO AKBIVS.
For sale i y
Augusta? OtO. A. TRE*HOLM k BOW.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND BSTAIL. BY
Pr. H. BABB.
June 26 No. Ul Meenna-*tr**t.
rJIHUMAS J. R AYN KR di CO.,
FINE C I G A H 8,
Particular attention to Fpevial Bi ano. for Grocers
Nos. 2% LIBERTY-STREET aim 54 M ?IDEN LANE.
NEW TOBE v
MW Sample? sent to responsible bootes,
jury 27 ra.be Saaoa