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FBIDAY, OCTOBER C, 1871.
NEWS OF THE HAT.
-Gold at New York closed yesterday at
-The New York cotton market closed firm
but quiel; uplands 20a20jc; saleB 1756 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed steady; up?
lands 9Jd; sales 30,000 bales.
-The mackerel fishermen report the season
a perfect failure.
-Commodore Maury, it is stated, has re?
signed the presidency cl the Alabama Univer?
sity, which he recently accepted.
-The Cuban rebellion seems to still go on,
notwithstanding the monthly announcements
of its suppression. It is confined to remote
mountain districts, however.
-Henry Ward Beecher is of opinion lhat the
city government of New York "will be known
as long as Sodom and Gomorrah are known,
and largely for tbe same reasons."
-A defaulting bank cashier In Maine says
that speculation had nothing to do with his
deficit. He could not live on his salary of I
$400 a year when he took the o nice.
-The new railway depot of the New York j
Central Railway, said to be the largest railway
station in the world, was opened for business
oa Tuesday. It ls at Forty-second street and
Fourth avenue, New York.
-A large magnet, said to be the largest in
the world, was recently manufactured at An- I
sonia, Connecticut. In experiments made
with it, the magnetism was found to be so
powerful as to ruin the movements of the I
watches carried by people who were near lt.
-Colonel Lewie W. Washington, the nearest
living blood connexion of George Washington,
and well known throughout the District of
Columbia and neighborhood, died at his resl
dence In Weet Virginia on the 1st instant, lui
the fifty-ninth y?ar of his age.
-Tennessee State bond coupons to the j
amount of $72,000 are ascertained to have I
been stolen from lhe State treasurer's office,
and, lt ls supposed, placed on the market.
They are of the "funuable" class, nearly all I
of which have been withdrawn from general
circulation. A. M. Wade, ehlef clerk to the
State comptroller, has been arrested charged
with the theft.
-An old-time repartee of the ex-Emperor
Napoleon to his cousin, Prince Napoleon, bas
Just come to light. One day the Prince, who
beare a marked resemblance to the il rs t Bona
parte, and who was always jealous of the Em-1
peror's good luck, said petulantly to hrs Impe?
rial cousin : "Come, now ! You have nothing
of your uncle about you !" To which Louis
Napoleon promptly and sar caa tl cally replied :
"Pardon ! I have all his lamily on my bands !'' J
-The Prussian intendant ot one of the North j
German cities, In which some thirty thou-1 <
sand French soldiers were held os prisoners I j
during the war, lately sold at private sale the j,
straw upon which these soldiers slept during ?
their captivity. The result of this hos been !
that great mortality has followed among num?
bers of the purchasers ot the straw, many
having died of smallpox and dysentery, dis
eases from which the French soldiers suffered
-Further accounts of the fearful famine,
pestilence and other miseries which have be
fallen Persia, bave been received ot London.
Besides the number of persons who perished
from hunger and disease, forty thousand lo
habitants of ono province were carried off
into slavery by the Affghans, who took adran- J
tage, of the general disorganization to make I
incursions. Notwithstanding all this, the Per-.}
alan Government yet refuses lo avail Itself ol J
aid proffered by Great Britain and Russia.
-The unfriendly treatment to which Ger- i
man citizens ol Lyons are subjected by the
French Inhabitants bas been again formal y I <
complained of by the German minister to the
French Government, and this time In very de?
cided terms. He details the grievances, and
expresses the opinion that the half-way meas-1
ures adopted to remove them will prove very
unsatisfactory to the government at Berlin.
In reply, the Count de Remusat has given fur
ther and full assurances of protection and In?
demnity to the offended Germans.
-Private Intelligence, coming from a trust?
worthy source, announces that the ex-Empe?
ror Napoleon will settle permanently in Eng?
land, at Chlselhurst, where his household has
just been Increased in view of a permanent
residence there. Many of his retainers, whose
services were dispensed with after the disas?
ter at Sedan, have been recalled, and the sad?
dle-horses which Napoleon rode during the
war, and which were at the Chateau of Aren
berg, In Switzer and, were lately taken aboard
a vessel at Ostend, on theil way to Chlsel?
-The trustworthy Washington correspon?
dent ot the Baltimore Sun writes: "Although
its constant iteration from Washington has
made it a somewhat familiar story, lhe facts
would seem indisputable that Secretary Fish
has decided on an early retirement irom the
Cabinet. Hu has intimated this to his asso?
ciate officials, and has released the elegant
mansion he at one lime intended to occupy.
He retires of his own volition, and the change
has no political bearing; in fact, there is to be
an entire reorganiz .lion of the State Depart?
ment. Mr. DAVIS, the assistant secretary,
goes to the German Conference, and the law
officer has just resigned to accept a position
under the Japanese Government."
-The arrival ol the Russian Prince Alexis
at New York is anticipated for the 8th Instant.
A private house adjoining, and attached to,
the Clarendon Hotel in that city, has been pre?
pared In an appropriate manner lor bis recep?
tion. Here the Prince will enjoy a seclusion
which he could not hope for In a hotel. His
suite and personal attendants will also have
their apartments In this building, and this por?
tion of the Clarendon will, for the nonce, do a
very Russian business. M. Catacazy, the Rus?
sian minister, has charge of the duty ot enter?
taining, and generally caring for, ine young
Prince during his stay in this country. Tho
social features ol his welcome to our shores
will be controlled by M'rne Catacazy, who will
bold in her hand the happlnesa or discomfort
of many social mobs who aspire to the elysium
of being noticed by ce-cher Prince.
-Hon. Tom Murphy, collector of the port of
New York, is now the king-pin of Goihamite
Radicalism. The delightful innocence of Mr.
Greeley, who declares that the President can
DO longer affiord to keep Murphy in o
passes harmlessly over his head, aUh
other moral Republican journals repea
phrase of condec? nal ion in various parts 0
country. It ls all one to Murphy what
may believes for he knows what he an
President think about it. A more thon
piece of work was never ?een than that
by Gonkling and Murphy last week. The
out to get an endorsement of themselves
the President, and when the right
Greeleyltes bolted, they sent them off
cheers, confident that they would come t
the rack as soon as the mash was ready,
isg fixed matters their own wey, they i
the recalcitrant ooes to return to the sup
of the convention in which they had no v
and of the men whom they had denounce
thieves and scoundrels. Murphy bad co
the whole aribe ol 'Radical prolestants,
this ls not all that Murphy has done. He
made bis customhouse the most liberal
master's office lor administration emploj
and bas managed it with the sole purpos
perpetuating his power through that of
master. This ls the man whom Grant "
not afford" to keep in office ! Truly, if fait
and suxesslul servi :e counts loranythinj
politics, Grant cannt afford to turn him
Murphy and Casey represent Republican
and those who rebel must learn to eat <
Tb? State University.
We print to day a third paper upon
subject of educational reform, in whicb
writer proposes, and advocates, a sweep
change in the character and organizatioi
the University of South Carolino.
The Bloody Assizes.
The United States Marshals have mad
number or arrests in Spartanburg Couti
and it is evident that the sanguinary tbre
of Governor Scott and Speaker Moses
producing the expected effect upon the F
eral officiais. These will not submit to c
cial decapitation while they can Eave the
selves by harrying defenceless citizens, ai
if Governor Scott can sufficiently overa
judges and juries, we may look forward U
bloody assizes in November.
One man who is imprisoned as a snppos
iCu-Klux, was arrested, as the Sparl
says, without a warrant, or an affidavit tl
he bad been guilty of a violation of la
Neither President Grant, nor Govern
Scott, nor their myrmidons, care for t
solemn declaration of the Constitution of tl
United States, that no person "shall be d
"prived of life, liberty or property, witho
"due proc?s* of law." They are, indee
working outside of the constitution, ai
there is worse to come. Mr. Stoball Scrugg
eighty-one years of age, was rudely dragge
to jail. Mr. Elijah Garnett, Captain Jae
Henderson and Mr. James H. Ezell, all
them far advanced in years, are also held i
durmce upon the charge that they at
guilty of acts which could only be perforn
ed by young and active men. The etbt
Spartanburg prisoners are, Wm. Humpbriei
Green Humphries, Alfred Burke, Canty Gri!
fin, Siran Bagwell, John Bagwell, Richar
Millwood and Columbus Mitchell. These pei
sons have been arrested upon affidavit
(where affidavits have been made at all
made by the most trifling characters in th
These citizens are arrested that they ma
be tried by juries manipulated by Governo
Scott and Speaker Moses, and muy be sen
tenced by a Judge Bond to years in a North
ern dungeon. Their innoceuce, or their guilt
is not an element in the calculation. A batel
of convictions is required to justify the Ku
Klux bill in the North, and to justify inter
ference with the freedom of emotions in thi
South. What manner of "outrages" art
the paltry excuse for the arrests in South
Carolina can be shown from the columns o
the Columbia Union-Governor Scott's orga i
-whicb for months has enlivened its coluiuns
with accounts of Ku-Klux whippings and
murders. All the important stories of Ku
Klux violence which The Union has printet
have been shown to be untrue. We take th?
most prominent examples:
1. It was charged that a colored preacher
named Ben Hare was diabolically murdered
in Newberry by the Ku-Klux, his only crime
being his Republican principles and the color
of bis skin.
The murderers of Hare have been arrested.
They are three Radical negroes named
Calmes, Wbittemore and Kino.nl
2. lt was charged that a man named
McClure was murdered by Ku-Klux in Ches?
The father of McClure's wife, who had had
incestuous intercourse with her, followed
McClure fdr day?, threatening to kill him,
and now lies in jail awaiting a trial.
3. It was charged that the Ku-Klux mur?
dered Lewis Thompson, a colored preacher,
whose body was seen in Broad River.
Upon investigation it was found that the
colored people forbade Tnomp3on to preach,
and, as they could nototherwise silence him,
put him out of the way.
4. It was charged that the Ku-Klux were
on the war-path in Fairfield County, and that
they ha.d murdered and burned a colored
woman named Coleman.
This murder is shown by the Winnsboro'
Xeics to have been committed by negroes,
and the rest of the charge ?3 flatly denied
and cannot be proved to be Irue.
5. It was charged that a parly of Ku-Klux
attacked an old colored man in EdgeCeld
Count}', but were driven oil" by his SOBS, who
wounded and arrested one of the Ku-Klux,
whom, out of mercy, they set free.
About twenty citizens of the county, white
and colored, have published a curd in the
local paper declaring that no such outrage
was committed; and the colored man who
was said to have been attacked makes affi?
davit, together with hi3 sons, that no such
attack wa3 made, and thut they have not
heard of a single lawless act, or of any or?
ganized band of lawless person.?.
C. It was charged that on Friday last a
man named Byttnburger, living in Sumter
County, was terribly whipped by Ku-Klux
because he is a Republican.
We have the authority of the Sumter News
and the Sumter Watchman for saying that
ltytenburger was not whipped, was not threat?
ened, and was in Summerville on Monday last
in perfect health. The truth is that he keeps
a country store, and was called on by some
parties, who remonstrated with him ia re?
gard to the purchase of cotton in the seed.
Thia was done in a quiet and gentlemanly
way. And here the matter terminated sat?
isfactorily, we learn, to both parties.
We might enumerate more instances of
the deliberate deception in whicb the Co?
lumbia Union is pleased to indulge, but we
have given enough. It is only necessary to
add that the Union, never recalls its infa?
mous charges, although they are proved,
over and over again, to be wholly devoid of
truth. The school-boy maxim, Tell a lie
and Stick to it, is sound doctrine in Colum?
bia, It is determined to repeat in South
Carolina tbe Ku-Klux trials which in Haleigh
were a mockery of law and justice. We are
powerless to avert it. The extra-constitu?
tional powers given to the President will be
strained to the utmost And what has been
done in North Carolina, and will be done in
this State, can be done anywhere-wherever
there are United States judges, marshals and
grand juries; in any State or Territory of
tbe Union. The Ku-Klux act applies to the
whole country, and the Conservative States of
the North and West may deem themselves
lucky if they are not, ere long, treated io
the Bameway as the States "lately in rebel?
THE Lexington Dispatch, which now en?
ters upon its second year, is considerably en?
larged in size and is printed with new type.
The Dispatch is edited with judgment and
spirit, and richly deserves the support of
BLACKWOODS MAGAZINE. September, 1871.
New York. The Leonard Scott Publishing
The two serial stories-the Maid of Sker and
Fair to See-maintain their interest, the for- J
mer having all the charm of a quaint study
from life. The paper on Wordsworth 1B writ?
ten con amore, and ls more critically Just than
the panegyric ol Scott In the August number.
The "Secret History ol the Loire Campaign" is
well worth reading as a suggestion of what
might have been. These, with the O'Dowd
papers and two political article?, make up an
attractive table of contents.
For Bale at Mr. John Russell's in King street.
"ITT A N T E D ,
BANK STATE SOUTH CAROLINA BILLS (Old
South Carolina State Stock (old).
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
oe 6-1 No. 25 Bread street.
OBTON, BLISS A CO.,
No. SO BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
Issue Circular Notes and Leiters of Credit for
travellers; also, Commercial Credit available in
al', parts of the world.
Telegraphic Translera of Money made on all
parts of Europe.
The accounts of Banks, Bankers and Mer?
chants received; Interest allowed on Deposits;
Advances made on Cotton, Sterling and Domes tic
Exchange, and approved Securities.
Drafts for ?l and upwards on the Bank or
Scotland, and Provincial Bank of Ireland and
MORTON, ROSE A CO.,
Bartholomew House, London.
?yiyiLLIAM 8. TILUNGHAST,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OC16-2 AIKEN. S. C.
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
sep2"-D*c CHARLESTON, S. C.
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Nom ti ATLAS io WHARF,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
RE FE RSC ES.-North River Bank, New York;
Jewell, HarrUtn St Co., New Yotk; wu Um Bryce ,
A Co., New York, oct5-1 mo 1
IT T E BBOTHERS,
No. 6 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON,, S. C.
Will make liberal advances on consignments to
them or to i heir friends in New York and Liver?
pool, wm also pay strict attention to the m ing
or all orders for Plantation ann* Family Suppl les.
GEO. W. WITTE.ARMIN F. WITTE.
WE LITE AND LEARN, DTE AND !
FORGET ALL. |
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means or steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Soft or Manufacturers' Flnf<-.h; Lace
ant1 crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
*?* Goods received and returned by Express.
Inn22-Ivr_L BILLER. Proprietor.
SS era sp ap aa, ??aga;uue, Ut.
rj-UE BARNWELL SENTINEL.
ESTABLISHED IN 1852.
Reaches every Fireside, and ls read by every
merchant, planter, and ousiue-s man in the
County. Is lt not the paper to'advertlse in f
GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
GREENVILLE, S. C..
Has tne largest real circulation of any pape?
in that section. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor and Proprietor.
G. G. WELLS, Associate Editor.
HE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO.
The oldest and most popular Paper In the Pee?
To the Charleston AdverilserB TUE STAR offers
special inducement)!. Jt ls admitted that our
circulation ls the largest uy far of any paper In
THEMAR c.rciulate8 extensively lu the two
Carolinas, and numbers many subscribers In
Terms liberal. Address,
McKERALL A STEDMAN, Kinora,
sep7 _Marloo Courthouse. S. C.
Among tho contents are :
CLOVER 1 CLOVER I By D. Wyatt Aiken.
Themes Practically Applied. By Plough and Hoe.
Devon Cattle lor the south.
Strawberries By J. P. u. Brown.
How the Faotory Helps the Farm.
Price-Single number.a* cenu
Per annum.p? to
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A OOOSWELL,
Publishers. No. 8 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE,
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
of Marion Lodge, Ko. 2,1. 0.0. F., will be
held TBIH EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall. ROBT. C. STARR,
sep8 Recording Secretary.
OFFICE HOWABD ASSOCIATION
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER fl, I871.-The
Executive Board will meet THIS DAT, at 12
o'clock, M.. at Market Bail.
octa GEORGE s. PELZER, M. P., Secretary.
MARION STEAM FIEE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company, at your Hall, THIS
EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order. GEORGE A. CALDER,
EAGLE STEAM FIEE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby summoned to at?
tend a Regular Monthly Meeting cf your Compa?
ny, at your Hall, on THIS (Friday) EVENING, eth
instant, at 7 o'clock.
By order of President w. R. MCINTOSH.
ARTHUR M. COHEN, Secretary
cctfl _E. S. F. E. Co.
TRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Communica?
tion of this Lodge will be held at Holmes's Lyce,
um, TH19 EVENING, at 7 o'clock. The E. A. De?
gree will be conferred. Brethren and Candidates
will take due notice and govern themselves ac?
By order of th" Worshipful Master,
ccts CLARENCE WAGNER. Secretary.
P< ERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE BEGU
VT ULAR Monthly Meeting of the above Club
will take rlace at 8 o'clock, THIS (Friday) EVE?
NING, at Llnd6tedt's Hall. Members are request?
ed to attend promptly, as u election for Ste ward
at the Scbutzenplatz will take pla:e, and other
Important business brought before the meeting.
By order of the President.
oct?_J. A. ALTERS, Secretary.
?olb Bono Baffle.
EMEMBEE THE SALE OF THE SIN?
GLE Number Raffle Certificates of the
Charleston Clari table Association, for Gold
Bonds, closes on the evening of October io.
WANTED, A GOOD OYSTER OPEN
ER. No other need apply at No. 107 East
Bay. A. HAMMERsCHMIDT._oct6-l?
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETb
in the Land and Immigration Association
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO
Tickets now ready, will be glad to se<i my Mendt
at the office or Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 29 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, hub-Agent,
WANTED, TWO ROOMS AT MOUNT
Pleasant, on or near the Beach. Apply at
No. 279 King street._oct!
TKTANTED, A COMPETENT MALE
Vv House Servant. References required. Ap
ply at thia office_oct*
WANTED, A STORE NEAR THE
Postofflce, root or Broad street. Address
"Store," Office or DAILY NEWS._octa
WANTED, A HOUSE AND STORE ON
King street, between Market and Went?
worth streets. Address R. C. C., P. O. Box No.
WANTED, A HOUSE CONTAINING
four or five rooms; location Ave to seven
minutes' walk (rom the Charleston Hotel. Ad?
areT "Small Family," DAILY NEWS Office.
IF YOU ABE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE?see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
:heapest and best, at BISSELL, No. SI Hasel
itrest, opposite Express Office. Price $25 to $37.
WANTED, BY A STEADY, INTELLI?
GENT and perfectly t nut worthy colored
man,of mature years, aplace as porter in a busi?
ness house, satisfactory references given. Ad
areas "PORTER," office or THE NEWS. oci2
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation aa salesman
it clerk in a house in Charleston. He is wen and
favorably known throughout Bast Florida, and
.an furnish satisfactory testimonials aa to char
icter and qualifications. Address J. 8. J.. NE wa
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
nan, a situation, eltneras coachman, groom or
sorter. Uss had experience and can furnish the
rery best recommendations. A note addressed to
'Coachman" at the office of THE NEWS, win
leen re prompt attention._July 28
A YOUNG LADY, IN REDUCED CIR
t\_ CUM^TANOES, wishes a situation, net ex
ictiy menial. She can undertake to teach the
English Branches and Mus Ic, or take charge or
roung children, or of an invalid, look arter the
?ousekeeplng, or make herself userai In any s ru?
lar capacity. No objection to the country. ad
lress E. M., HAILT NEWS < rhee._oe?4
A GENTS WANTED. - THE SINGER
t\. MANUFACTURING COMPANY received the
ugliest premium at the Cotton States Fair, held
it Augusta, Qa, in 1870. Als J the highest pre?
mium at the World's Fair, (constituted by the
mmes of the people,) for they sold 127,833 Ma
mines in 1870; Mitta more Machines than any
Uber company. The SINGER ls sold on ea?y
terms at state Agency, No. 197 King street.
WANTED, BY A STRICTLY SOBER,
energetic man a situation as OVERSEER
)n a Plantation or stock Farm; the latter he ha?
ueen aged to. and has lone and varied experience
ind practical knowledge of the same in Europe,
Buenos Ayres, Sonth America, and Texas, in the
Jolted Slates. Would serve for a salary or an In?
terest In the Stock, or would take charge of a
kountry Store In a healthy l cation, having had
'xperlenceln the Produce and Grocery and Mer
:bandlse bnslneis generally. Satisfactory refer?
ence can be had as to character and capacity,
ind security given ir required. Address shep?
herd, DAILY NIWS, Chat lesion, 6. C.
TO RENT, TH?IM^I^HTFUL TV70-S|
and-a bair story Brick House, No. 2 Society
itreet, north side, one door from East Bay. hav
og all the necessary conveniences. Apply to J.
JOSOKOVE, No. 37 Market street._octa
TO RENT.-TO BENT THE STORE
corner Kirkland's lane and Beaufaln
itreet. Good stand ror a grocery. Apply tu
MUH D. KENNEDY, Church street, near com
STORE TO RENT.-STORE' NO. 203
EAST BAY", next door north of Cumberland
itreet, formt rly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A co. Possession given Immediate'y.
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at Marsh's Shipyard,
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL HOUSE,
No. 60 Cannon street, near Smith, wit* rour
square rooms, dressing room and pantry, wah a
two story House In the yard, kitchen, stables,
carriage house, large garden, all tu complete
arder. Aw>ly to W. HUNT, No. 42 Market street.
GEopartnersrjips ano Dissolutions.
LAW FIRM -C. D. MELTON, W. A.
CLARK-MELTON A CLARK.-The Law
Firm or Carroll, Melton A Jarme; having been dis
Bo.ved, I have associated with me lu the PRAC?
TICE OF LAW W. A. CLAKK. Esq. Hie business
will hereafter be conducted In thc Arm nama or
MELTON A CLAKK. C. D. MELTON.
Columbia. October 2.1871._oct!
X\f'#, THE UNDER.-JGNED, HAVE
TT thlsduy iornitd a Copartnership under
the name and style of WHILDEN ft JOES, lor
the purpose of carrying on the NAVAL STOKES.
COTTON, RICE ANO GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, hereioiore conducted by the late
Jehu Marshall, Jr.
W. W. WHILDEN,
D. II. JONES.
Onice Marsha'..'s wharf, east end cailiounatreet.
September 18. 1871. iCpHMmn
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the Arm name or ROBERT
M CHE a Cu. was dissolved on 3utli ult., in conse
queue; or the death or -Mr. Robert Mute on 1st
WM. J. MIDDLETON, I Surviving Copart
ROBEUT D. MURE, J ners.
The undersigned have this day rormed a Co?
partnership uuder the name or tlrmtrROBEKT
MURK A CO. ror the pnrpo-e or conducting a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
WM. J. MIDDLETON,
ROBERT ? MURK.
Charleston. October 2.18TJ._oct
rJtH?T WI ? SIT P COTTON GIN,
MANUFACTURED IN ATLANTA, QA.
TheFubscrlbersarethe~Agents ror the sale or
the above superior GIN, and beg to call the atten?
tion or Planters to its merits. Price $4 per saw,
delivered at any Railroad Station In the state.
PELZER, RODGERS A CO.,
ang28-2mos_Brown A Co-'a Wharf.
BOARDING. - A FBW GEOTLBMEN
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms by ap?
ply lng at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD
IN G also furn i? hid. ma?10
LNG TIN, In good order. Apply at this
FOB SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
neap. Call at No. 27 Qoeen street, between
M-enng and Church streets._fool*
TT7HAPPTNG PAPER FOR SALK-OLD
YT NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS._mayls
ABARGAIN i-Tt) PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
: e w. cats 28 Indies, ann has an extra knife. No
ci.arge for package. Price $40. Apply at THE
NRWB Job Olllce. mar2v!
ONE DWELLING, No. l Palmetto street,
one Dwel lng, No. 7 Ashley street.
One Paining. No. 288 Coming strtet.
OntTuwelilng, No. 708 King street.
One Tenement Row, No. 32 Line street.
For terms, apply to WM. H. DAWSON,
Real Estate Agent, No. 65 Broad street.
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
orangebnrg District, South carolina, 16 miles
from blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, An.
frusta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangeburg
CoorUiouse, on Columbia Branch Road, Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Columbia
Railroads, containing 1928 acres of land, 233 or
which ts cleared and under good fences; abont 4o
acres more cit and, bot not under fence-all ol
which ls first-class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance Is first class Timber Land.
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
fer immediate use, on a constant stream. Lam?
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
irom the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a 1
comfortable bouse with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all in good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six |
(6) framed negro houses in good order, lt also
bas a Marl Bed on lt when makea lt very advan?
tageous to agricultural purposes for making ma
cures, Ac The best of titles can be given. Any
Information either In writing or in person can be
had by application to Dr. H. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston. S. O. Junio
?ost onb ionnb.
LOST.-A LIBERAL REWARD WILL
be poid for the recovery or my black and
tanned Temer. E. C. HOLLAND. ocu
Shirts ano burnishing (Kooba.
A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO -(SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together with an uncq-jailed supply o? the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
GRIST'S FURNISHING GOODS IN GENERAL,
S C O T T'S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE MARKET STREET.
PAPER HANGINGS, AO
W . J . TRIM
Bas on band a large and carefully selected stock
of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, Pa?
per Hangings, Decorations, Ac.
CON8I8TINO IN PART OF :
A foll line or WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin Curtains
Brocha, Reps, Terrys and Satin Detains
All Wool Damasks and Watered Moreens
French and English Cretonnes and chintzes
Linen CoveringaHind Stripe.*, Bindings, Ac
Embroidered Piano'and Table ravers
Victoria, Dining and Centre Table covers
Tollanettes, Oil Cloths, Table and Desk Coverings
Drapery and Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimpa
Gilt, Walnut and Rosewood Cornices
Bands, Tassel Hooks and Picture Nails
Hair, Wool, Cotton and Moss Mattresses
Pew and Pulpit Cushions,
AT NO. 243 KING STREET, IN TOE BEND.
Inly 24 _
HE NEW DISINFECTANT
Powerful deodorizer and disinfectant. Arrests
and prevents putrefaction and contagion. Pie
pared only by Tilden A Co.
For sale by all Druggists. Physicians furnished
w.th samples for trial by the Wholesale Agent.
Price lor Pint Bottles 50 cents.
G. J. LUHN,
sepl-fmw2ra09 WHOLESALE AGENT.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE.
GET YOUR DISINFECTANTS.
Just received, a 6upply of
CHLORIDE OF SODA, Ac.
Al-0 a supply Of MEDICATED WILLOW CH AR
COAL, in Powder and in Pastilles, imported from
Pans, prepared by Dr. Belloc, and approved by
the French Academy or Medicine. Tnis ls the
best article ever offered here; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive or Yellow Fever.
Also, a supply of the be9t WHITE MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended as a preventive ol
Call early, as the supply la limited, at the Drug
Store of CR. H. BAER,
aug29_No. 131 Meeting street.
Recommended by the New York Board or Health
as ose of the best Disinfectants.
For ola infect lag Privies, Vaults, Drams, Cess?
pools, Rooms, Ac
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PAN KN IN, Chemist,
No. 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, s. C.
Price-FIFTY CENTS per bottle. sepl
?rornie?, Ciqnore, Ut.
25 bales GUNKY CLOTH at 17J?C, to close
shipment, by GEO. A. TRENHOLM A SON,
oe 6-3_No. 1 Broad stieet.
RANDING AND FOE SALE.
A floe aesortment of BUTTER AND CHEESE.
oct5-3 No. 209 East Bay.
WILSON'S GROCERY la now offering the moat
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be round
In this city.
They have been selected especially for their
medicinal qualdle?, and their purity endorsed by
the moat eminent physicians of Charleston.
Par-.ies desiring a pure article can always rely
on Liquors sold from this establishment and
AI Jil sopply of low grades on hand.
No. 306 King street.
jay Address Box No. 383._
NEW BUCKWHEAT ! NEW BUCK?
Bbls. New Bulled BUCKWHEAT
BblB. Self-Raising Buckwheat.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
No. 806 King-street
O' All Goods delivered free._
CANNED PEACHES! CANNED
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
NO. 306 King street.
Sg- AU Goods delivered free._
CANNED TOMATOES! CANNED TO?
TOO dozen 2 lb. CANNED TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
No. 306 King street.
t(W AU Goods delivered free._
YRUP! SYRUP! SYE?P1
GOLDEN SYRUP, 66 cents a gallon.
No. 306 King street.
S3- AU Goods delivered free._
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to salt the palates and the pockets of
the million. WILSON'? GROCERY,
No. 306 King street.
NEW CODFISH, SMOKED SALMON,
PICKLED SALMON, SPICED SALMOS.
Extra No. 1 MACEEREL
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
Ko. 308 King street,
ey All Goods delivered free. _
NEW SMOKED BEEF, FEESH SMOKED
TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE)
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
Na 806 King street,
a- All Goods delivered free.
P?NET, CASTJXLON & CO.'S FINE
OLD FRENCH BRANDY, guaranteed, at f 6
Pure American Brandy at $4 per gallon.
Old North Carolina corn wrns key, guaranteed
pure, at 12 per gallon, a specialty.
Together with a general assortment or wisps
AND LIQUORS, ah of which axe Warran ted pure,
and offered at lowest prices.
W. H. WELCH
B. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
Ail Goods delivered ire? ol charge. JonM
jr O I I C E.
The undersign ed is pleased to be able to inform
bis numerous patrons, and the public generally,,
that he has lust returned from an extended busi?
ness tour North, where he has worked hard and
used his experience and money to great advan?
tage, in boy mg up at low figures,
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS, J
comprising a well selected and extensive assort?
ment of GROCERIES, Crockery, French China,
Glassware, House Furnishing Hardware, Table
Cutlery, Woodenware, Baskets, and a general as?
sortment of winowware, Wooden and Porcelain
Toys, Stone and Earthenware, besides an inter?
minable Hat of email articles Indispensable in
every household. These Goods are now b log re?
ceived from every Steamer and sailing vessel ar?
riving at this port.
He would also state that ON SATURDAY, the
30th of September, he will open for business that
large and splendid
STORE No. 190 KING STREET, OPPOSITE
with a Stock that win be constantly Increasing
nntil about the 16th or October, by which time he
expects to have received and arranged the entire
Stock bought, f he business at the Old Stand,
No. 383 HING STREET,
Will be conducted with the same assortment, and
similar prices maintained.
49* Look out for future advertisements; but
call and see us as soon as convenient.
Respectfully, JOHN W. LINLEY,
July31 Nos. 190 and 388 King street.
QHOICE D EMERA EA SUGAES.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Invoice Choice
jrjRIMJE WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Prime White
CORN, landina-. _angB-Smo
OUGAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. oder for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Poi to Rico SUGARS and Choice
MOLASSES. _ aug8-emo
A. TOBIAS' SONS oller for aale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all welghta._ang8-6mo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, Imported direct from
"gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Hibben, of London, offer for sale Hlb
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IH U. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. & Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, in
Cases or one dozen bottles each,
TOE FRENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
cuim ' MOUILLERONS, Ac
For aale, in quantities to nit ?Ktaag^
may26 K& 1? Meeting street.
?rortrifi, Ciqnore, ?*r.
B A P ? S .
10 entes ISABELLA AND CANTON GRAPES, IB
3 and I rb boxes. Landing per Steamship Jamel
Adger, and for sale by
. PAUL B. LA LANE A CO.,
octo-l_No. 171 East Bay.
QHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
DAVIS'S AND EMMONS'S BEST.
loo barrels of tbi? tnperlor FLOUR, Jnat recela
ed, and for sale by J. N. ROBSON,
No. 68 East Eay, and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
QNIONS, POTATOE8 AND BEANS.
60 nola. Choice Red ONIONS
30 bbls cjoice Yellow Onions
iso obis. Jackson Whl e Potatoes
10 bbls. Norf bern White Beans.
Now landing per steamship James Adger. and
for sale by PAUL B. LALANB k CO.,
oc6-fm2_No. 171 East Bay.
BREAKFAST BACON, HAMS, SYRUP,
6 boxes Choice BREAKFAST BACON
16 tierces Choice S. C. Barns (canva-sed)
60 bbls New York and Philadelphia S. H. Sy mp
16 tier es Prime Leaf Lard
20J boxes 2 rb can Tomatoes
26 half bbls. New Mackerel, N's. 1,2and8
600 reams Wrapping Paper, a') sises
36 boxes Choice Factory Cheese
40 bbls. W. W. and Cider Vinegar.
Now landing and in store, and for sale low by
PAUL B. LALANB k CO., .
oct6-fmw3 Ka 171 Ea t Ba v.
gALT! SALTI SALT !
lo.ooo sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, in store. For
ile In lota to salt purchasers. k_
octa-e UEO. W. WILLIAMS k COT
A G GIN G ! BAGGINGl
200 Rolls XX BAGGING, jost received, will be
sold at low price. Terms accommodating. Ap?
ply to MO;ES GOLDSMITH k SON,
-^yOOL! WOOL! WANTED.
Highest cash price paid for 20,000 poonda Un?
washed WOOL, tree from burs, and 10,000 pounds
Washed Wool. Apply to
M. GOLDSMITH k SON.
oct2_Vendne Bange. ^
J> ERU VIAN GUANO.
1000 tons PURE PERUVIAN GUANO for sale.
Terms. $60 gold, in lots of ten tens and upward,
cash on delivery.
aep20-fmwl0 GEO. W. WILLIAMS Jr CO.
j?AGGING AND TWINE.
3C roi S T. C. A Co. S. I. BAGGING
60 bales Gunny Cloth '
200 pounds Extra Fine Twine.
For sate bj WM. GURNEY.
JJAGGINGl BAGGING 1 BAGGING I
150 rolla celebrated EUREKA NEW YORK
HEAVY BAGGING, 46 indBes in the loom. ,
Having been appointed Agents for the sale of
th? abovo named Bagging, we will oner it on
liberal terms, and in lou :o suit purchasers.
Apply to J.'A. ENBLOW A CO.,
auggl-mwf _'Sp. 141 Bast Bay.
THE EXERCISES OF MISS JOYE'S
School for Onldren will be resumed on 1
DAY, October 2d. at No. 6 King street.
MBS. HOPSON PINCKNEY WILL
resume the Exercises of her BOARDING
ANA) DAY SCHOOL for Yoong Ladles, on TUBS
DAT, October Sd, at NO 68 Hasel street.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
LECTURES BEGIN OCTOBER 1ST.
For Catalogues, address
CHARLES 8. VENABLE,
Chairman es* Faculty.
P. 0., University of Virginia. ?epo-imo
g ELECT BOARD AND TUITION.
The undersigned desires to BOARD and TEACH
a few boys, giving them the advantage of his 1ft
personal assistance and supervision out er achoo)
hours. His residence, at summecyUte, in the
sand hills, hear Augusta, Ga., ls irssrerblsily
healthy. A full High school coarse of instruction1
give J .including French. Terms-1300 a year, pay?
able quarterly tn advasce. ' Text-DOO Ks supplied,
?and nu extra charge whatever. Address
. " BEN J. B. 81 UART,
Principal of Summervale Academy,
QHABLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY^
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The Second Annual Session of this institution
will begin MONDAY, October Otb,. 1871, and end t
the last Friday In July, 1872. %
Last year's auccesa enables the Principal to- A
oner increased facilities for learning, and, with a. J
?lessant, commodious, well-vent?ated School
louse, to receive a larger humber of pupils.
Those desirous of entering, will please make ap?
plication, so as to occasion as ll tue delay as possi?
ble in the formation of classes.
For circulars, containing particulars, apply as
above. E. A. KELLY, 4
"VALLE CRUCIS," NEAR COLUMBIA, 8. C.,.
FOB TBB EDUCATION OP YOUNO LAMBS, UNDI?
rna JMMEDIATE SUPERVISION OF TBB RXLI
OIXUSKS OF TBB CKSULDtl
The ladles of tbe Ursuline Community, S. C., re?
spectfully announce to their friends, and to th?
public, that the annual exercises of the Academy
will commence September lat. Their institut?
being devoted to the education of youth, on 1
each member having received a long and care.ul
training lor that purpose, the schoo.s nuder
their charge, as weU in the various rountries-of
Europe as in America, have never inned to win
and retain the confidence o? raroota and guar?
Nothing will be left undone In imparting to the?
pupils confided te faeir care a thorough educa*
tlon, in the highest sense of the word-net ale no
instructing tho intellect, but with maternal care
balding oin 1 training the heart. .
The situation of the Convent ls all that canhs-:
desired for health and beauty. The buildings ars?
on elevated ground, about two miles from tssjj -
Capital, and in the mldet of au oak grove o\fme<
twenty acres. It is within half an hour'a drivel
from the depot, where omnlbussee and baggage?
wagons await the arrival of passenger*.
No distinction of religion will be made in tbe.
admission of poplis. nor will any undue Influence
be used over their religious principles; bat, Mer
the mamteuance o? good order, all will be reouix<
d to attend the exercises of Divine Worship pre
scribed for the Academy.
From individuals or societies disposed to sid in.
the education of young ladles, applications for
the admission of pupils, at reduced terms, WUJJ
receive the mest iavorable consideration timi
the circumstances of the school will admit.
The Scholastic Year Is divided into two Sessions
-the first commencing september ut, and ending:
February 1st; the second commencing February
1st, and ending July 1st.
TEKMS PB* SESSION-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition in Eng
lish,Needle Work and Domestic Economy.. $16<??
Pens, Ink and use of Library. ?.
FreLCh, Latin, each. Jj*
Harp, $30-use or instrument, $6. 86
Plano, $25-use of Instrument, $3. 28
Guitar, $18-use of instrument, $2. 20
Vocal Music, (Baa-mi's Method). ia
Vocal Music, private lessons. ?
Drawing in crayon. LJJ
ralutlug In Water Colors. ?J?
Painting in Pastel. *.
Painting in Oils........ ?
For iurther information, application may bs
made to the MOTHER SCPEKluR, to Right Ref.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reveteud Clergy.
Agriculture, ^ortirttltnre, &z.
rjlREES 1 TREES ! TREES I
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL,
FOR AUTUMN OF 18TL
We invite the attention of Planters and Dealers
to our large amt complete ?tor t of
STANDARD AND DWARF FRUIT TREES.
Grapevine and Sm a ll Fruit
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants.
New and Rare Fruit and Orr ?.mental Trees, /-v
Bulbous Flower Roots. .
Descriptive and Illustrated priced Catalogues
sent prepaid on receipt of stamps as follow?:
No. 1-Fruits, 10 cents. No. U-Ot na mea tal
Trees, lo cents. No. 3-Green-house, IO cents.
No,4-Wholesale, tree. No. 5-Bude, ire. Ad-,
dress ELLWANG KR A BARRY,
Established 1840. Rocheattr, N. TM