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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1869.
NEWS OF TUE DA T.
-The New York gold market closed dull
-At New York cotton closed firmer. Sales
8000 bales at 2S|c.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed un?
changed. ASales 12,000 bales, of which 4000
was for speculation and export.
-Heavy frosts on Friday night are reported
from various sections of the South.
-A cotton factory has been chartered at
Richmond, Virginia, with $65,000 capital.
-A London clerk was convicted of forgery
on the evidence of the sheet;of blotting paper
he had used. 9
-Father Hyacinthe is to receive a public
welcome from a parry of evangelical clergy?
men In Boston.
-Admiral Farragut's condition has greatly
improved, and his physicians now have strong
hopeB that he will fully recover his health.
-The King of Prussia has presented the
Pope with the carpet which ls to cover the
floor on which the Ocumenica! Council ls to
-The laying of the corner stone of the
House of Mercy of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, took place in New York on Saturday
with imposing ceremonies.
-The receipts from the exhibition of Presi
. dent Grant's ox, at the late fair in St. Louis,
.amounted to nearly $1000, which goes to the
benefit ot the Soldier's Orphan Home.
-Paraguayan news -represents that Lopez
has established new lines of defence at San
Estanislaos, and that the allies are unable to
continue the' pursuit at present tor want of
-It ls asserted that the National Intelligen?
cer and Express has been purchased by Mr.
"Pet"Hoisted for Senator Sprague. Report
farther says that George Wilkes will be edi?
tor, and will run the paper In the Sprague
-Major Wm. Allen, of Richmond, has sold
Jamestown leland to a Northern gentleman
-?ut mi,uw.-mis isTtnfa~was the sue or the
first English settlement In Virginia. A portion
o? an old church and numerous grave stones
-The London Times says, In reference to
Mr. Sumner's late speech before the Massa?
chusetts Republican Convention, IQ which he
seemed to fall back on the extreme views of
his former speech relative'to the English r??
cognition of Southern belligerency, that Mr.
. Sumner bas always been his own solitary dis?
ciple, and now seems disposed to turn rene?
-The croton aqueduct docs not furnish the
City of New York with a sufficient quan tity of
water for all purposes, and the Metropolitan
Board of Health has been inquiring into the
practicability of obtaining a supply ol sea
water to flush tho streets daily and to extin?
guish fires. Thc cost of constructing the
works would amount to $4.000.000, and the an?
nual expenditure for maintenance $130.000. -
-A numerously attefflled meeting of the
"Alliance Israelite Universal Society" lias
been held In Berlin. The principal subjects
considered were the severe distress now pre- i
vailing among the Israelites in Western Rus?
sia, and the prospect of the emigration of the
Jews from that part of the world to America.
A resolution expressing the hope that thc peo?
ple In America would co-operate steadily and
with their . accustomed liberality with the
.brathren In Europe, in relieving this distress,
was unanimously adopted.
-A Mr. Sargent,who seems to be the iuventor
or proprietor of an "iinplckable burglar-proof
bank lock," has Just sueceeded.after eight hours'
effort, In picking, without injury to the lock or
eeJeyone of Yale's celebrated -double dial bank
locks"-a task which Mr. Yale had wagered
$1000 against $200 could not be done in forty
eight hours. So we go. Next, we suppose,
we shall hear that Yale, the "double dial" man,
has picked the "unpickable burglar-proof in
leas time than Puck required to girdle the
earth, detached lt from Ita belongings, and
walked off with lock, safe and coutents. And
then what wiU the ill-starred, dispirited rich
folks do ?
-A horrible accident occured on Saturday at
the Ohio River bridge, swelling the number of
lives which have already been sacrificed in its
construction. At half-past 4'P. M. the tempo?
rary trestlework being erected between piers
sixteen and seventeen, for the purpose of swing?
ing aspan, gave way in consequence of a jerk
of the locomotive used in raising the timbers,
and six men were precipitated a distance of
ninety-five feet. John R. Payne, carpenter,
was instantly killed; James Kirby, carpenter,
.was cut in two, and his body, floating over the
reefe, has not been recovered; Oscar Gallagher
and William Irvine, laborers, were mortally
wounded, and Robert Gensby, laborer, and
Matt. McClure, carpenter, were slightly wound?
ed. About 2 o'clock John Botktns, while walk?
ing between piers thirteen and fourteen, miss?
ed his looting, fell a distance of ninety-feet, and
was instantly killed..
-A Washington letter says : "The Radicals
here are much disgusted at the appointment
Of Bclknap as Secretary of War. They ask.
*Who ls Belknap ? I never heard of him. If
he was In the war he couldn't have done
much, or he would have figured In the news?
papers.' Some do not hesitate to say that
?Grant seems determined to All his Cabinet
with unknown, thlrd-cla-ss men, completely
ignoring prominent members of the party, who
would have added strength and popularity to
**" the administration. It is not yet known
whether Belknap contribute! anything to the
Presidential gift enterprise, or whether one
.of Grant's long lost relatives has suddenly
.Humed up.' Ono thing In relation to this ap
rotntment fa noticeable, and that ls, that it
.was. not mada until af.er the Pennsylvania
election. Had It been, the Republicans would
certainly have lost some votes, for Pennsyl?
vania thought she was entitled to the appoint?
ment, and the general opinion was that she
would get it. President Grant must have de?
cided on this appointment some time ago. and
he only waited untii Pennsylvania had again
committed herself to his policy, to make
it public. This looks like treachery, to out?
siders. What the Pennsylvanians n:ay think
of it remains to be seen."
-A special dispatch from Cincinnati to For?
ney's Chroulcle, Itt regard to thc Ohio election,
says: "The financial question was the great
issue, and the people of Ohio arc unmistakably
In favor of redeeming the bonds in greenbacks,
but this does not Imply Inflation of the curren?
cy. Those who voted against us, or refused
to vote, explain their course by saying they
wish In this way to notify Congress that the
people of Ohio will not sustain the present
financial policy of the government. The Fif?
teenth amendment did not have much
weight" That the present* financial policy of
the government ls creating" widespread dissa?
tisfaction In the Radical ranks Ls very evident.
The followers of Grtfot and Boutwell will soon
raise an outcry agalW the bondholders, who
are now looked upon as a favored class* and
who, lt ls charged, draw twenty-two per cent,
per annum on their bonds, whUe.they pay
taxes only on their income. Thogo". who hold
real estate complain, not only of* the onerous
taxes they are called upon to pay, but of Its
depreciation in Value, and the difficulty of
ralsing'money upon/it, except?t ruinous rates.
These and other facts will be presented to
Congress at its next session. Inflation In the
currency will be demanded, to meet the re?
quirements of trade and business enterprises.
Senator Morton ls said to be preparing a
speech, In which ho will attack the present
financial policy of the government without
gloves. If the Radicals get to quarrelling
among themselves, the old saying about honest
men getting their dues will be verified.
?Very Hard Ca?h."
What an age of shams we live iu. Here
lies before us a letter from President Grant
to Mr. Bonner, driver of Dexter and the New
York Ledger, asseverating that the Cabinet
is not a clique of gold swindlers, but imply?
ing that the highest dignitaries of the gov?
ernment are not only Hubie to, but that they
have actually incurred, that suspicion. Great
honor to the Ledger-a trump card for Bon?
ner !-but the cheek flushes at the thought
that there could be a call for such a letter,
and a grant of such an advertisement in the
White House. At a charge of this sort how
Lady Washington would have simpled her
constant knitting-needles, ami how fiercely
her lord would have shaken the powder from
his hair, "like a dew-drop from the lion's
" mane !" But our present President replies
to the insulting suggestion with an insou?
ciance and a certain scanty patois, (intended
for English, "neither of which is more wonder?
ful than his greatest victory in the field.
The Presidential wrist must have been dis?
located by the pen ns it never was by the
sword when it was lunged into such a sen?
tence as this: "If the speculators had been
"successful, you would never have heard of
"any one counected with the administra?
ron as being counected with the transac?
tion;" or when, at the postscript, tho pen
handle was broken up to the hilt: "I have
"written this in great haste and without ex?
ercising judgment as to the propriety of
"writing it, but I submit it to your judg
" mon* -^fkat. ? tH? < ? ? ? I l -nnmlnfj 4?,
when a diplomatic paper-and of such a
sort-is addressed by the President of the
United States to the editor of a flash New
York weekly !
It is not unlikely that Secretary Boutwell
gave the President his ugly task in compo?
sition, as he himself is accustomed to deal
with public aflhirs in the same airy way.
Thus he threw himself into the Pennsylvania
election, heart and soul-we do not add
"and purse," for in this case the specula?
tors were successful, and therefore no one
connected with the government could have
been (financially) connected with the trans?
action !- yet, in the exordium of his cam?
paign speech, the Secretary had the "cheek"
to dectape that lie came without any parti?
san ends. And he capped the climax of ab?
surdity as ho demanded of his hearers to al?
low the government to pay its obligations in
coin, when there was not a man in the audi?
ence who had not in his pocket some dingy
green promise-to-pay. which Mr. Secretury
Boutwell would have refused to liquidate in
coin hadit been'presented to him the mo?
ment after his honest speech was ended !
By coin-payment Mr. Boutwell means coin
payment to certain creditors of the govern?
ment-not to f e whole number-coin-pay?
ment of bonds, but not* of bills-coin-pay?
ment to the vault, but not to the purse-coin
payment to tile capitalists, but bills for the
people. When tin? great financier sunk bock
exhausted upon the rostrum, why did not
somebody oller him a greenback ?
..A similar legerdemain was practiced, and
with like success, by Mr. Sumner, in his fa?
mous speech before the Worcester Conven?
tion. He sternly declared that "to pay the
"debt in greenbacks is repudiation of the
" interest and indefinite postponement of the
"principal of the national debt." Will the
chairman of the Committee on Foreign Af?
fairs please tell us. then, what sort of a
"transaction" the government is " connect?
ed with" when it pays every other debi
(but that due to the bondholder) in green?
backs only t li a promise to pay, when
given to a capitalist, amounts to repudia?
tion, lias il any higher value when offered as
a recompense fur the arduous labors of a
mechanic in government employ, or as an
acknowledgment of thc toils and perils of a
soldier or a sailor enlisted in the service of
his country? Mr. Sumner seems to think
that the freedmen o? the South could be as
easily cajoled upon this subject as the Wor?
cester Convention-if, indeed, any of that
clique of capitalists were cajoled. "Could
"my voice reach them," he exclaimed, "I
"would say, 'Freedman, stand by thc credi?
tor; creditor, stand by the freedman!"'
This is the same as to say: "Poor fellow!
"take the greenbacks for your work, and let
"your betters, who don't work, have the
"coin. Toil for your greenbacks and be
"taxed for them; while we are dividing the
"gold of the government and pay no taxes
" Along the cool sequestered vale or life,
Just keep the noiseless tenor of your way."
We think that when the freedmen come to
understand this little game of Messrs. Bout?
well, Sumner & Co. they mijjfind that they
are paying somewhat dearly for the services
of their noisy patrons. And some of them
may be shrewd enough to inquire whether
the sauce that will serve for the goose may
not serve for the gander too".
Thc State T7nirersltj>.
The Board of Trustees of the University
of South Carolina, as already announced,
have elected Dr. J. C. Faber, of the Fur
mau University, to the chair of Modern Lan?
guages, made vacant by the resignation of
Professor Augustus Sachtleben.
Dr. Faber is known to many of our citi?
zens. Born in Charleston, he was educated
in Germany, returning, after he had gradu?
ated, to this city, where for a number of years
he conducted a very flourishing school. A
few years before the war, being then very
easy in circumstances, he removed with his
family to Heidelberg, Germany, in order to
give his children facilities for education
which were unattainable here. He remain?
ed in Germany till the beginning of the war,
when the fire in December, 1661, deprived
him of the greater part of his property. He
remained here during the war, teaching in
Spartanburg, and in 1865 went again to
Germany. He was elected about two years
ago Professor of Ancient Languages in Fur
man University, in Greenville, S. C., where
he has been engaged until now. Professor
Faber has a good*" knowledge of French and
German, as well as of Latin and Greek, and
brings to his work a large experience as a
Professor Sachtleben, whose resignation
has been accepted, to take effect from the
31st of this month, will soon leave the State
to make his future home in California. And
we deeply regret that a sense of duty should
have compelled him to take a step which
deprives South Carolina of the services of a
man so learned, and a teacher so distin?
guished and successful.
Professor Sachtleben, the son of a Pro?
testant plergyman, was born in Brunswick,
Germany, in 1824. When only six years
old, he entered the gymnasium of his native
city, having at that early age acquired the
preparatory knowledge of Greek and Latin
necessary to his admission. He studied ju?
risprudence in the University of Marburg,
until October, 1845, when he became en?
tangled in a student's quarrel, (the bane of
many of thc German schools,) and set
out for America. Ju Bremen lie had the
good fortune to fall into the hands of Cap?
tain Wietiug, a friend of his father's, who
gave him passage, protection and paternal
counsels. Professor Sachtleben never for?
got his benefactor, and still speaks of Cap?
tain Wieling with profound and affectionate
gratitude. Professor Saohtleben arrived in
Charleston in December, 1845, and through
the kind interposition of Rev. Dr. Post, suc?
ceeded in obtaining employment as assis?
taut iu thc school of Mr. Cotes, and after?
wards in that of Dr. J. C. Faber. In 18,47
he commenced his own school with a small
number of pupils. . The school grew stead?
ily until it had nifout eighty scholars. In
1853 lie published an edition of jEschylos'
"Septem contra Thebas," which was In?
competent critics pronounced a work show?
ing u high degree of philological knowledge
and critical acumen. Professor C. C. Fel?
ton, of Harvard University, on the strength
of this performance, endeavored to induce
Mr. Sachtleben to remove to Boston. He
remained, however, in Charleston till 1862,
when lie removed to Columbia, whore he
was engaged in teaching till 1865, when he
went to Europe with his family. In 1866
i?*- II Ul)-?M?) Fn.[i*?air of ModlMU LlMl
guages in the South Carolina University.
He entered on his duties in June, 1867,
and ha3 been engaged there until now.
During his first winter in thc University the
Professors delivered weekly lectures in the
College Chapel, to which thc public were
invited. Professor Sachtleben delivered two
on "Faust,*' which were much admired,
and were by judges pronounced to be a line
critical analy sis of the greatest work of the
.greatest German poet. Professor Sacht leben
has been all his life a very hard student. To a
ripe scholarship, rt linc critical (acuity, and
a faultless taste, lie adds all the qualities of an
excellent teacher. There are few men of his
true metal in any State, and however wann
the welcome extended to him on the shores of
the Pacific, Professor Sachtleben may rest
assured that he will nowhere bo more re?
spected than in South Carolina wlio.se
sons lie has served so well.
lost ono ioun?.
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LOST, AT THE FIRE, ON THE MORN?
ING of thc 8th Instant, a CRANK, belonging
to thc Hose Carriage of the Young America Com?
pany. JAWKS s. WKSTKND01UT, Secretary.
LOST. A PAIR OF GOLD SPECTACLES,
on Friday night last, in either Anson or
Harket street. The Under will be rewarded by
leaving them at this office. oct lu 2*
BOARDING AT AIKEN. S. C.-MRS. M.
A. .MACKAY, having lensed "Villa Rosa," at
Aiken, ami furnished the same with new Furtl
ture, Bedding, Ac, is now prepared to accommo?
date either transient or permanent BOARDERS
at very reasonable rates.
Attentive servants have been employed, and
every attention will be given to insure comfort
and satisfaction to Hoarders. octis mws3
iiano for Gale.
in nnn ACRES IN WILLIAMS
-Ly/.V/V/V/ BURG COUNTY-100 acres of
which are cleared and 75 acres now under culti?
vation In com, cotton and rice. The tract is
heavily timbered with pine, oak, cypress and
hickory, and contains a dwelling and outbuild?
ings, with fifteen cabins for laborers: also one
good mill site. Average production of the lam?
ten to fifteen bushels of corn and fifteen to twen?
ty-five bushels of rice to the acre, without fertili?
zers. Hie region abounds in marl deposit*.
Georgetown is the nearest market, the ?lace being
four miles from Black Mingo Creek and twenty"
five miles from Georgetown Creek, which is navi?
gable at all seasons.
Price of the tract $1.1,000; one half cash thc
balance in one and two years, secured by bond
and mortgage. Any smaller number of* acres
will be sold nt a moderate advance on this rate
Parties desiring to Inspect the tract can do so bv
leaving the Northeastern Rallroud at Ringst ree.
and Inquiring the way to mv place, twentv-thrc?
miles distant. Thc tract li?s within one mile of
the projected Georgetown Railroad. Address
JAS. P. CARRAWAY, Survivor of Perkins & Car?
raway, Georgetown I'ostofflce, S. C.
sept20 mwf2mos* DAC
?AA ACRES.-TO CAPITALISTS.
'J\'\J At private sale or for lease, a fine
PLANTATION in Orangeburg District, forming a
part of the estate of the late Colonel Kein, con?
sisting of about 600 acres: 310 of it cleared. It is
watered by Lyon's Creek, a hfrge ami never-fail?
ing stream. Soil rich, red clay, well adapted to
cotton, corn, wheat, root crops and clover. Cli?
mate healthy all the vcar. ; lendid range for
cattle: the neighborhood attractive-the adjoin?
ing plantations owned hy gentlemen who reside
there and secure good order. The buildings were
burned.but lnmber mills being nenr.they could be
replaced cheaply, A large State road connects lt
with Lewlsville, South Carolina Railroad, six
miles distant. The above ls a splendid chance
for those desiring to form a beautiful farm in a
pleasant, healthy section. In 1S6H these lands
were returned at $20 per acre. Will be sold at
half that price. For terms apply to Mrs. LAU?
RENCE KK1TT, Society Hill, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Major T. R. Whaler, j. c. Keltt,
Esq., Orungeburg; II. W. Peronne iu, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Ksq.. Charleston.
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WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
Washer; also, a smart Waiting Hov. \n
ply at No. 85 Broad street._ocfio 1*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
Wash and Iron. Must come well recom?
mended. Apply at No. 126 Wenworth street.
TXT ANTED, A CALL FROM THE
TY DRUMMERS that visit Charleston on
business at WM. MCKAY'S Commission House,
No. 136 Meeting street._oct20 wf 2?
TXrANTED, TO KNOW, WHY YOU WILL
VT pay |2 per dozen for Tomatoes when Wil?
son's Grocery ls selling them at $190 In Ave dozen
TXT ANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE WITH
TT not less than 6 upright rooms, In the
western portion of the city. Address, stating
terms, Ac, "P. 0. Box" No. 558._oct20 1
"ITTANTED, A GOOD COOK AND WAIT
T V INGMAN, to whom literal wages will be
given. Good references required as to qualifica?
tions and character. Apply at No. 7 George street.
TX CANTED, IN A SMALL FAMILY IN
TT countrv, an Industrious WHITE GIRL, of
good character, who would make herself gene?
rally useful. Applv at No. 84 Market street.
WANTED TO HIRE. AN ACTIVE AND
capable Cook, Washer and Ironer, white
or colored, for a family of two. Apply at Dr.
CATHER'S Apothecary Store, corner of Meeting
an\J Society streets. oct20 3
COOK AND WASHER WANTED.
Wanted for a family of four, a White Wo?
man, to cook and wash. References required.
Apply at No. - Calhoun street, second door west
of Rutledge avenue. _oct20 l*
ABOOKKEEPER CAN BE H A D.
Good reffre%ces. Address "Dick," through
P. 0. Box, So, 283._octU thsmwj*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
m a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go In the country. Will expect but a small com?
pensation at first. The applicant is a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
P., through thc Postofficc._octQ
TO DRUGGISTS.-A PHYSICIAN AND
DRUGGIST, of twenty-five years' experience,
extensively and favorably known throughout the
State, and can influence a large trade, wishes a
situation In a Wholesale Drug House, or a large
Retail and Prescription Drug Store. Both city
and countrv references given. Address "Rcfu
gec," Box 65, Yorkvlllc, S. C._octs imo?
TTfTANTED, AROUSE, NEAR THE
VV ceqtral part of the city, containing Ave or
six roora?, with good outbuildings and water.
Address D, at this Office._sept-ja
TTTANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
Yr that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, is cxeented promptly tn thc
neatest stvle and at the lowest New "\ork prices,
at TUE NEWS. Job Ornee, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving your
WANTED-AGENTS-S100 TO $250
per month, everywhere, male and female, to
Introduceihegenuine "improvedCOMMON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This machine
will stitch, hem, fell, tuck quilt, cord, bind, braid
and embroider in a most superior manner. Price
only $18, Fullv warranted for live years. Both
upper and under-feed styles. We will pay JdOoo
for any machine that will sew stronger, more
beautiful, or more clastic scams than ours, lt
makes thc real elastic lock-stitch. Every second
stitch can bc cut and still thc cloth cannot be
pulled apart without tearing lt. We pay Agents
from $loo to $250 per month and expenses, or a
commission from which twice that amount can
he made. GEO. McEATHRON A CO.. Nashville,
Tenn. CAUTION'-Do not be imposed upon by
other parties palming off worthless cast-iron ma?
chines under thc same name or otherwise. Ours
ls the only genuine and really aprctlcal cheap ma?
chine manufactured. scpt22 Imo* iuc
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this column. The rate ls 38
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ry\0 RENT. FOR OFFICES OR OTHER
JL WISH, front Shop nud Second Floor of No.
UKI Broad street, between King and Meeting. A.
MCCONKEY. octso 3*
T" 0 RENT, THE DWELLING HOUSE.
No. 90 Coming street, containing seven (7)
square rooms, attics, pantry and all necessary ac?
commodations. Terms moderate. Possession
given 1st October. Apply at No. 7 George street.
PLEASANT ROOMS, COMFORTABLY
furnished, and Board, at Mrs. MILLER'S,
No. 6 Hudson street. oct2 swlmo
TO RENT, IN A CENTRAL AND PLEAS?
ANT part of the city, a HOL'SE of six upright
and two attic rooms, dressing rooms and pan?
tries; large cistern, and gas throughout the house:
it will be rented with the Furniture or without.
Also, a LARGE LOT for sale on Sullivan's Island,
east of the Fort, on the front beach; it has n well
of good water. Apply ai this Office. oet2 sw
A Iv E ll Y T 0 It E N T .
110 RENT, STORE ON BROAD STREET,
No. 49, suitable for any kind of business.
Also, several rooms on thc third story, can bc
used as offices or sleeping rooms. Apply to WM.
E. SIMMONS. No. 5 Broad street. octl3 ws
rTlHREK SINGLE ROOMS TO RENT IN
_L King street. Apply at KINSMAN'S Saloon.
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOB AN INDUSTRIOUS
MAN. In the growing Town of FLORENCE, S. c.
A complete BAKERY With all thc fixtures of a
Salesroom, Ac. The establishment is nearly new
and has done a One business. TO a GOOD DREAD
ami CAKE B.VKEI: this ls really a good chance to
make money, on the premises are three good and
comfortable sleeping apartment*. To an approv?
ed tenant, tho entire establishment will he rented
on reasonable terms. The ruwToad facilities are
not equalled In any part of the stale, ami the
citizens are anxious to see a GOOD BAKER take
For farther information, apply to JOHN WILY.
Florence, S. C. _ oct is 6
110 RENT. TWO SQUARE Rt)(IMS.
dressing-room and kitchen, with a large
piazza on second door; waler on the premises.
Apply at No.?Hasel street. odis 4"
TO RENT. THE UPPER PART OF THE
HOUSE, No. 688 King street, known as Mrs.
Campbell's Boarding House. Inquire on the
TO RIOT, A FINE STORE WITH FIX
TURKS for a grocery and liar-room, corner
Longitude Laue aud East Bay. To an approved
tenant rent will be .*H> per month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with fireplaces, back piazzas
and cistem water on every story. The rooina
will be rented Singly if preferred. Inquire of Mr.
BOSE, on the premises._ nctlfl
EOOMS TO RENT.-THREE UNFUR?
NISHED rooms In a residence pleasantly
sllti tted in the western part of the city. Term's
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty street. octl2
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised for
sale in this column." at the rate of 25 cents for
twenty words or less, each insertion, if paid in
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH, THAT
very desirable HOUSE AND LOT, southwest
corner of Bogard street and Rose Lane, contain?
ing four rooms, piazza, numerous closets and
other conveniences. On the premises, but de?
tached, ls u four room Kitchen, which rents for
$7 50 per month. House and outbuildings tin
roofed; an excellent well of water and choice fruit
trees, Ac; also, adjoining Ute above are four va?
cant lots. Apply on the premises.
FOUR-HORSE POWER ENGINE.-FOR
sale, a four-horse power portable Steam En?
gine. Applv to J. MCCABE. NO. 36 Broad street.
REAL ESTATE.-A COMMODIOUS AND
substantial three-story brick HOL'SE, con?
taining six square rooms, dressing rooms, pantrv
and store-room, with kitchen of live rooms, sta?
ble, Ac, in a central part of the city, for sale by
WARPLAW A CAREW._octl3 wfm '
HORSES AND MULES.-TO ARRIVE
about the 20th. an extra lot of young broke
Ml. LES and HORSES, and for sale at the subscrib
er's Stables, p. WEST._octlu
PRINTING PRESS FftR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair. It has been but
little used, and is sold simply because the present
owner has no use. for it. The size of the bed or
the Press ls rorty-four by fifty-eight inches. Said
I'ress will be sold at a great bargain if applied lor
it once, as the roam it occupies Ls wanted for
ither purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, NO. 73,
. A. F. M.-A meeting of the members of this
Lodge will be hejrt at Masonic Hall THIS EVENING,
at half-past " o'clock precisely.
A general and punctual attendance is desired,
as business of Importance will be submitted.
By order W. M. Vf. W. SIMONS.
oct20 Secretary pro tem.
TYRE LODGE, No. 136, A. F. M.
There will be a regular Communication of
Tyre Lodge, No. 136, A. F. M., THIS EVENING, at
half-past 7 o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
Hy order of the W. M. WM. L. KING,
CL.-ATTEND REGULAR MEETING
. THIS EVENINO, at half-post 7 o'clock pre?
cisely. A full attendance ts requested, as bu?
siness of importance wil be submitted.
By order. oct20
PALMETTO SOCIAL CLUB.-ATTEND
an Extra Meeting of your Club at your
regular meeting place, THIS (Wednesday) EVEN?
ING, at 8 o'clock. By order of the President.
D. W. MUSTARD,
oct20 * Secretary.
RAND PRIZE SHOOTING
SCHUETZE N PL ATZ,
Sixteen valuable PRIZES wlllheshot for. Mu.ilc
will be In attendance from 12 M. to 8 P. M.
Stages will leave Linc street every twenty
minutes and will carry passengers to und from
Active and Passive Members arc Invited.
Admission: 50cents for persons not members.
Passive Members, with card, free. oct20 1
J-JETURN OF THE MONARCHS.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
THIS EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1869.
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS
DOUBLE BRASS BAND.
Twenty Distinguished Artists. Each selected
for his Specialties and Original Acts. Every?
thing strictly and entirely new. Its equal never
before seen in this city.
PROF. SCHAFFNER'S PANITIIIOPTICONICA.
The Only Panlthlopttconlca.
Reserved Seats can be had at Holmes' Book
Store after this date.
Admission Flftv Cents and One Dollar.
LOW GAYLORD, Manager.
JOE H. MACK.
oct20 8 General Agent.
A BALL WILL BE GIVEN ON WEDNESDAY
SOUTH CAR O L I N A II A L L .
Members desiring invitations fm-strangers can
obtain the same from Loris D. DESAUSSUBE,
Esq., Chairman of the Committee. v .
Members arc requested to call for their Ticken
at the ?nice of the Secretary as soon as couve'-'
nient. W. ST. JULIEN JERVEY,
oct20 1 Secretan and Treasurer.
Notices in j?aiikviiBtcij.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-IN THE DISTRICT
COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THU
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-Ex parte WM.
T. SHUMATE ami A. BLYTHE, Assignees. In re
JOHN W. GRADY. Bankrupt.-Petition to sell
Real Estate, unlncumbered.call in Lieu Creditors,
Ac-Notice is hercbv given to all Creditors hold?
ing Liens against the Estate of JOHN W. GRADY,
that they aro required to establish thc same be?
fore W. j. ( LAWSON. Esq., Registrar, at Yorkvllle,
S. C., within forty days from the date hereof, or
bc barred from all benefits of the decree for dis?
tribution to be made In this case.
Rv order of Hon. GEO. S. BRYAN, Judge of sahl
Court. ? W. T. SHUMATE, I A^lliIlce^
A. BLYTHE, ) As>1fcnct-"
Greenville. S. C., September 15, 1S6-J.
oem ni wi is _
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
October Term. ISM.-In the matter of WILFRED
DiTONT, of Charleston. Bankrupt.-Petition for
full and final discharge in Bankruptcy.-Ordered.
That a hearing be had on the -27th day of October,
1860, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. C.:
and that all Creditors, Ac, of said Bankrupt ap?
pear at said time and place, and show cause, If
any they can, why thc prayer of the Petitioner
should not be granted. Ami that the second and
third meeting of Creditors of said Bankrupt will
bc held at the otllcc of J. C. CARPENTER, Esq..
Registrar of First and Second Congressional Dis?
trict, S. C., on the lsth dav ol' October, A. D., 1869,
at 12 M.
liv order of the Court, the Stn dav of October,
A. I), lsw. DANIEL HORI.BECK.
Clerk of the District Court ol'the United Stales
for South Carolina. octtiw?
VTOTICE. -HAVING ASSOCIATED MY
ll Son. JAMES R. PRINGLE. Jr.. with me In
my Factorage and Commission Business, tin*
business will lie carried on in the name of JAMES
R. PRINGLE A SON. JAMES R. PRINGLE.
October 1, isi?;>. octl
REMOVAL.- CLAGHORN, HERRING &
CO., Factor-! and Commission merchant-,
have removed from Accommodation Wharf io
North Atlantic Wharf. octa Imo
rpm: UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
X to the noriheist corner of East Hay and
Fraser's Wharf, where we shall be pleased to see
our friends and offer our well assorted stock ol
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, Ac,,
sept 21 imo CLACI?S A WITTE.
THE. EXERCISES OF MRS. BLUM'S
SCHOOL will be resumed on MONDAY, October
4th. al her Resilience,Mary street, opposite Eliza?
beth. All the branches of an English education
taught. 'Music and French if desired.
jpiRST MORTGAGE TWENTY-YEAR
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN SEW YORK.
These bonds are secured by a FIRST MORT?
GAGE ON THE ROAD, including its outfit and
equipment. The Trustees are JAMES ROBB, of
New York: WILLIAM AIKEN and GEORGE W.
WILLIAMS, of South Carolina.
This Road I- lu', miles in length, connecting the
cities of Savannah and Charleston, and is an im?
portant link of through travel from the North to
Georgia. Florida and the Gulf States. The whole
Road will be in complete running order by the
Ilrst of December.
This loan ls at the rate of only $:.ooo per mile,
which ls less than thc cost of thc iron, and is a
first-class security In every respcctv
These bonds arc offered for the present at
EIGHTY CENTS on the dollar, by the SOOTH
CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. No. U
Broad street. THOMAS R. WARING,
oct 13 wini_Cashier.
T71 D W ARD LOWNDES,
BROKER, No. 1 BROAD STREET,
Buys and sells on commission, Bonds, Stork*,
Bank Bills, and Securities of all kinds. Tue high?
est market prices obtained.
Any information desired, by letter or otherwise,
will be cheerfully given. Apply as above at No.
1 Broad street, or through Postoftlce Box 507.
Will also attend to the Investments of money in
larne and small amounts.
REFERENCES.-Wagner, Huger A Co.. Reeder A
Davis, G. A. Trenholm A Son. W. C. Bee A Co..
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company ; Pclzer. Rodgers A Co.. J. I).
Aiken and Co., George H. Walter A Co.. Cohen.
Hanckel A Co., Andrew SimondS, President First
National Bank. .. sept21 2mOS nie
J V. BAUDIN,
Marshall's Wharf, Charleston, s. u.
Prompt attention given to the sale of Cotton.
Rice aud Naval Stores, and Country Produce gen?
erally, octs Duo
?toues, flanges, Uz.
T O VE S AT WHOLESALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAVE RESUMED THEIR
TRADE IN STOVES, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR OTHER BUSI?
NESS, AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY
OTHER DEALERS, FACTORS, MERCHANTS AND
ALL THE CUSTOMERS OF THE OLD HOUSE
WITH THE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
THE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEY'S IF NECESSARY
AND ALL ARE GUARANTEED TO BAKE PROP?
ERLY, IF SET UP AS DIRECTED.
TnE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICE-HAVE SIX BOILER OPENINGS AND
DOUBLE OVENS, THOUGH BUT A SINGLE
PIPE, AND NEED NO BRICK-WORK TO SET
THEJjTOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON AIR
TIOIITS, SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 H A TNE STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C..
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
? TAMPED TIN-WARE
W lt. SHEPHERD & CO.,
I No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
TpfiENCH RETINNED IRON - WARE
W St. SHEPHERD .1- CO . ,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
R..0 L L I N G MILLS.
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
(CrocUcrn, QTInna, Uz.
R E N G H -CHINA
Now opening n large stock of French CHINA,
viz: Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Breakfast Sets, Toilet
Sets, tn plain White, Gold Band and Decorated.
Vases. Spittoons, Ac, Ac, Ac, which will be sold.
Quick sales ut Importers' Cost.
R. H. Mt'DOWELL,
King and Liberty streets.
R O O K L Y N
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Issues all kinds of Life and Endowment Poli?
cies. Dividends annually in cash. Only Com?
pany having thc Definite Guaranteed Surrender
Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to no
Company lu the United States for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Oillcc No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
WILLIAM M. COLE, secretary,
state Agency No. as Broad-street, second door.
LoQal and Canvassing Agents wanted through?
out the State.
Apply in person or by letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES. JR.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Juli 12 mwfOmns
fi ? A R D I A N M I" T I' A L
L I FE I N S VRA NC E COMPA N Y
N E W Y O R K.
ont!AN'IZED IN 1S39.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASO PIVIDES ? (FIFTY] ZO rEIt CENT.
Polices in force.$2.">.000,0o?
Annual Income. S00,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
w. IL PECKHAM. President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. MCADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUD1CKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper. Firm of Harper A r.ios., ex
Mayor New York.
Johu J. Crane, Presiden: Rank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermilye. Ranker, (VcnnUyo k Co.)
Chas. n. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Ranking
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
MinotC. Morgan. Ranker.
Thomas Rigney, Finn Thomas Rizriey k Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Relining Company.
Aaron Arnold. Firm o'Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowne. Wetmore A Bowne. Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Uaughwout A Co.
Wm. Wilkens, Firm of Wllkcns & Co.
Julius BL Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr. Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuvier, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope. President Continental Fire Insur?
John fi. Sherwood. Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, comer Fifth Avenue and
Edward IL Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
w. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM & ISSERTEL,
General Agenta for South Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
Tlie undersigned beg to announce that tiler
have been appointe'' by Messrs. HENRY. S. HAN?
NIS 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. RYE WHIS?
They also wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannaville, Berkeley County, West
50 barrels of the above always on hand.
Liberal contracts will bc made for large lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
CLACI?S A WITTE,
N. E. corner of East Bay and Fraser's Wharf, .
septso mwf3mo3_Charleston. S. C.
JP LOUR! F LOU R ! F L O.U R !
Fine, Super and Extra .FLOUR'of good quality.
For sale low by ' r BUDD A BLAKE,
octl9 3 _Boyce's Wharf.
rj O A L I COAl ! COAL!
T*h*e subscribers are anticipating the arrival of
their winter supply, of Superior R. A. COAL, for
which they are now receiving orders, and wUl
deliver from wharf at lowest market rates.
* BUDD k BLAKE,
octlO 3_Boyce's Wharf.
?ORN, FLOUR AND OATS.
850 bbb. Northern FLOUR, all grades
"00 sacks Choice Family and Extra Flour, Camp
2000 bushels Prime White Milling and Western
2500 bushels Prime Western Mixed and Yeiftw
1500 bushels Choice Black Seed OATS
2000 bushels Prime Feeding Oats.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.
O R N ! djgfii N ! CORN!
3000 bushels prime WHITE AND WESTERN
MIXED CORN, per Sea GulL
For sale low while landing, by
WEST A? JONES,
octlS No. 76 East Bay.
O A Ll COAL! -COAL!
One hundred tons of BLACKSMITH COAL, of
superior quality, for sale low If applied for imme?
octlS 6 . CAMERON. BARKLEY A CO.
PERUVIAN GUANO, LAND PLASTER
AND PURE BONE DUST.
200 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, warranted
500 bbls. Nova Scotia Ground Land Plaster
100 bbls. Pure Bone Dust. For sale by
octMt _T. J. KERR A CO.
JT^ AND PLASTER.
500 barrels LAND*PLASTER, In store. ' *
For sale by
oct 12 OLNEY A CO.
UN NY CLOTH
100 l?ales, extra weight, in store, and for sale
low In lots to stilt purchasers, bv
E. LAFITTE A CO., No. 20 Broad street.
g ALT! SALT!. SALT!
5300 Sacks Liverpool SALT now landing from
British bark "Dalkeith," direct from Liverpool;
large sacks and lu tine order.
For sale by T. J. KERR A4?.
LOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR?
100 barrels Choice Family FLOUR.
100 Narela Super Flour.
For sale by
oct 12 T. J. KERR A CO.
TgALLANTINE & SON'S PALE ALE.
Weekly supplies of the above superior brand,
In barrels and half barrels. For sale by
W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
octll imo_No. 207 East Bay Street.
BUTTER, CHEESE. BEEF, PORK, CAN
50 packages Prime to Choice BUTTER
35 boxes Factory Cheese
20 half bbls. Fulton Market Beef
10 half bbls. Pig Pork
100 boxes and half boxes P. A G. Candles, 7's, S's
Syrups, Soap, Starch, Potatoes, Flour, Papers, Ac.
2?0 sacks Liverpool Salt.
To arrive per Steamer Falcon,
10 hhds. Western and Baltimore cured C. R. SIDES.
For sale low at RIECKE A SCHACHTE,
octa_No. 143 East Bay.
L 1 M E- -
FRESH BURNT LIME EVERY DAS'.'IN BULK
Near Savannah Railroad Wharf.
Orders sent direct to thc Kiln, or to the Stores on
sept27_OLNEY A CO.
?J^/J- A R E NGO
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
jayFor sale by all Dmggists.
G. J. LUHN, Agent,
Corner King and John strew,
g?ptl7 Gmos _Charleston. S. C.
ARE FOR SALE Bl
Di's. RAOUL A LYN A H,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
sept 17 Smos
T AMB FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
The only reliable and first-class FAMILY KNIT?
TER ever offered to the public, over one hun?
dred different garments and stitches. Gold and
Silver Medals al all thc principal Fairs In the
United Slates and Europe. Best tldng for Agents
to make money on. For samples and terms ad?
dress ' LAMB KNITTING M. M. CO.,
scpt23 imo Chicopee Falls, Mass.
o YOU WISH
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVER?
scptl7 3mos_USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
rjlAKE TLME BY THE FORELOCK.
THE RURAL CAROLINIAN
THE CHARLESTON TRI-WEELY NEWS,
TO SEW SfBSCRIBEUS.
ONE YEAR, FOUR DOLLARS.
To be cured of all your Dyspeptic Symptoms t
septn 3mos USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.