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N JU "W. S- S.TJ M M A. K Y .
-Gold closed in New York yesterday at 46.
-Cotton was a shade' lower with sales of
850 balee at 29Jc.
- In Liverpool the cotton market was steady,
with salee of 10,000 bales. Manchester advices
-Mrs. John Tyler is the only widow of a
v President on whom Congress has not con?
ferred the franking privilege.
-Prince Alfred ie about to make another
crniae, thia time to China and Japan, and will
perhaps revisit New Zealand.
-The nighest salary ia the New York public
sch- ola is $3000 for malea and $1700 for ladies
before ?he war $1500 and $800.
-The nsw Georgia senator had sponsors of
9pic tastes, and is condemned to bear through
life the came of Homer Virgil Milton Miller.
He is a physician. v
-Nearly three thousand operatives in and
around Elhcott City, Maryland, are out of em?
ployment, owing to the factories and mills
* -A benefit given by Mr. John T. Ford at the
. Holliday-etreet Theatre, Ballimore, Saturday
night, for the aid of .the sufferers by the flood,
netted the handsome som of $8,601 50.
-A Richmond lady sent a silver oin to an
auction to be sold. It was the last of her once
great wealth. The people present who knew
her made upa heavy purse, put it in the urn,
and sent it back to tho owner.
-Tharlow "Weed,- writing from landon,
speaks of the vast number of Americans who
are now summering on the continent. At
Dresden alone he has ascertained there are at
least eight hundred.
-Father Secchi, the distinguished astrono?
mer, lately applied' to the Pope for assistance
' to enable him to join the company of sarans
now in the East Indies to witness the great
eclipse af the san. The Holy Father replied
that he had no available funds for the purpose.
-Two boxes containing allegorical figures
for the lower pedestals of the Washington
. Monument have- arrived in Richmond, Va.,
.from Munich via New York. Four other boxes
are.on their way, which will complete the mon
um e?t so far aa the smaller figures and decora?
tions are concerned. -
-A Providence druggist, an Monday, put
np chemically pure sulphuric acid, instead ot
tho'aromatic, aa the prescription of tho physi
cian directed. Fortunately, the physician
visited the patient, a lady, before the fiery dose
waradrrdnistered, and discovering the brander,
saved her life.
-Edwin A Stevens, the gr eat millionaire of
Hoboken, died in Paris at noon on Friday. He
had boen afflicted with rheumatism for two
ye-prs past. When the news reached Hoboken
oar Saturday, the flags at the ferry, and all
through tte city, were displayed at half mast
Through the enterprise and energy of Mr.
Stevens, Hoboken sprung np from ac unheal?
thy marah to be one of the neatest and most
orderly cities to be found in the vicinity of New
-The great strike of the New York brick- ,
layers has at last ended in a compromise. The'
basis of agreement, it is understood, is this
Tho bosses' win concede the eight hours and
H W per day; the bricklayers will grant roar
apprentices, bot- no more, to each boss; and
bona fide bosses-that is, practical bricklayers,
for there are bosses now in the business who
know nothing practically, about it-will be per?
mitted to work on their own jobs, without re?
striction of any sort. These are the main pointa
-A Washington letter says : "G en. Howard,
who has gone South ostensibly on a tour of in
speCtion, to look into and deter mine the mode
andmanner of closing up the Freedmen's Bu
roan, waar specially instructed to inquire into
tile report that rations were still being issued
to idle, vagabond negroes. The charge is
made to the government here that in one coun?
ty- ic Florida, registering 2700 voters, the Bu?
reau agent has issued this year 85,000 rations.
The statement sent op here says as loog as the
government will support these negroes in idle?
ness, there is no hope of their making any
effort to support themselves. How long will
the Northern people, the laboring classes, be
willing to pay taxes to support free negroes in
absolute id len ess, even though by this means
their votes may be secured to carpet-bag Radi?
-Beast Butler has announced himself as a
candidate for re-election to Congress. The
New York Times gives him the following un
k^d out: "He has given great offence to the
Republicana of Massachusetts by his coulee
dearing the last session, by his reckless disre?
gard of principle and decency, by his gross and
false aspersions on the character of the most
eminent members of the party, by his violence
of bearing and language, by his repeated play?
ing into the bends ot the Democrats, and by
his damaging attacks on the national credit and
honor through his scheme of "repudiation. A",
-Massachusetts clergyman once said that Butler
was the only man he had ever known who was
absolutely destitute of a conscience; and it is
certain his recent coarse has justified this
statement. It is not wonderful, therefore, that
the people of his district should consider it
possible to find a fitter representative."
-The English Parliament having been dis?
missed, the election of an entirely new body is
the next thing in order. There has been a
great deal of fencing and shying, toward the
last of the session, to put the issues for the
new canvass in such shape as that they should
hurt opponents alone, and, among the rest,
the report of the Irish Church Commission
was kept back by Disraeli BO long as to prevent
any general debate on its provisions prior to
the prorogation. This, no doubt, was in order
to avoid too broad a committal on the part of
the Ministry to the several features of the re?
port, while it likewise left them free to choose
their ground in discussing it before the peo?
ple, and to promise and pledge for the new
Parliament as much or as little ai* wight ap?
pear to suit the popular sentiment. With the
recently enlarged franchise, it will not be found
so easy ta handle this general Church Estab?
lishment question as under the former rule of
toting. If, on the one hand, the traditional
reverence of Englishmen for the Established
Church might be successfully appealed to, on
the other, a new body of voters is to be ad
dresaedwho entertain no such sentiments of
ecclesiastical respect, but whose prejudices
a?e nevertheless to be conciliated. The open?
ing of the canvass will be interesting.
-The fnnerai of General Charles G. Halpine
took place in New Tork on Saturday morning.
It waa expected to have been a very imposing
procession, but, owing to the heavy rain
showers that had been prevailing all the morn?
ing, many were unable to attend.-The servi?
ces were performed at the residence of the
family, in West Forty-seventh-Btreet, after
which the procession formed and marched
down Fifth avenue. The 69th Regiment and
Battery C, of the 1st Artillery, escorted the re?
mains. Horace Greeley, James Gordon Ben?
nett, Jr., and Mayor Hoffman were among the
pall-bearers. Besides the military both
branches of the common council and board of |
supervisors, the representatives of all the city
departments, employees of the register's of?
fice, Irish brigade officers, club of the Knights
of St. Patrick, and many political clubs were
present. The legal profession and the press
were also largely represented. The remains
were interred at Cypress Hill Cemetery.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUSr 12, 1868.
For Prendera.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For Vioe-Pretident.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
The Negro Military Organizations in
It is well that the people should know
that for three months past bodies of armed
negroes have been drilling nightly at four
different places of rendezvous in the City of
Charleston. They make no noise or dis*
turbance beyond giving the word of com?
mand and going through the ordinary mili?
tary evolutions, but they are working
patiently and steadily to make themselves
trained and disciplined armed associations.
The new constitution; by which all ne?
groes swear, declares that "the people have
a right to keep and bear arms for the com?
mon defence." This means that they have
the right to bear them openly and in the
light of day. There is no interference to
be dreaded, for the negroes can drill upon
the Citadel Green at noon if they d?sir?.
They have no one to molest or disturb them,
but they still do their drilling in the dark
hoars of the night, and in quarters of the
city where they are hidden from general
It is evident that this conduct admits of 1
bat one rational explanation. If the negroes
were only organizing because they are fond
of playing at soldier, they would not lark
in out-of-the-way corners and keep their
movements secret They would parade
openly and in public; and now that they
ao far give ap their natural love of show
as to exercise where they have no specta?
tors but themselves, it is reasonably certain
that they are gathered together for no good
or peaceful purpose. The military organi?
zations of the negroes in Abbeville, and
Union, and upon the sea islands, ?hoald
teach us a lesson. All over the State there
are negro companies, battalions and regi?
ments. It is their avowed purpose to over?
awe the white man, to keep him down by
force of arms. Have the similar organiza?
tions which exist in Charleston any other
In this conner.! ?on we desire to call
attention to a significant extract from the
last.number of the negro Cain's negro
paper. It is aa follows :
"When the issue comes, there will be
80,000 loyal men who will spring to arms in
this State at the sound of the first note.
Every plantation has its captain; and the
men and women are prepared to stand by
their liberties. They stand on the defen?
sive, and no aggressive measure'will be
taken by them; they axe determined to keep
the peace and abide by law and order, and
see that the liberties of their children are
guarded with sleepless vigilance. Let their
foes be aware !"
H?attEiam H OKS, OB A SOUL'S PiLonrtuag. By
Madame De Lesdernier. New York : Pub?
lished by James Miller. Charleston : John
The rather fanciful title of this book is
not a bad index of its contents, which are
characterized by mach of that morbid anal?
ysis of passion and sentiment which has
been brought to its highest pitch, perhaps,
in contemporary French literature. Though
somewhat defective in unity of interest,
several of the detached scenes are full of |
power and pathos; and scattered through
oat its pages are many shrewd and sugges?
tive criticisms upon the social sores of the
day, whioh are evidently the product of]
mach careful observation and reflection.
The earlier chapters, containing the his?
tory of the writer's childhood and youth,
are, in many particulars, striking and pic?
turesque; and the latter portion of the story,
detailing the intercourse of the heroine
with Mr. St. Cyr, if trenching now and
then apon the bounds of conventional re?
serve, is marked by considerable truth and
The author is eloquent upon the subject
of the anomalies which characterize the in?
tercourse of men and women in society, and
some of her remarks will bear repetition.
No doubt there are many men who take the
same liberal views as Norton, as to the rela?
tions of the sexes, and many also who share
Lionel Blandford's inconsistency of theory
and practice :
"An exquisite creature, as you say,
Blandford. But don't be a fool about her,
my good fellow. If you are tired of dauc
ing attendance on her caprices, desert !
You have made her no promises."
"Yet I feel like a villain; for, tacitly, I
have promised" her everything. My acts
have all been pledges of love and constancy.
By my exclusive attentions, I have pre?
vented others from addressing her; and
she, with her good, earnest, trusting heart,
has believed in me as much as though I had
sworn fidelity to her. I did not mean to
carry the matter so far; but we must part !"
The intelligent reader will hardly need
to be told that Mr. Blandford does not part
from the young lady in question, until a
little too late for the peace of either. On
wrongs such as this, the author is justly
severe. It is doubtful, however, if they
will ever be removed while men and women
continue to be constituted as they now are.
The chief fault of the book, as we have
said, is its lack of unity. But there is mach J
in it whichrwill repay perusal. ,*' "
HOBAOB WILDE, by' Hrs. Jeanie Mallary.
Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott * Co.'Charles
ton: John BusselL
Horace Wilde ia a book with au ainu
an object, a raison d'?tre. It seems to have
been manufactured for the sole purpose of |
demonstrating the truth that "immersion"
is the only baptism, the "hard-shell Bap?
tist" the. only Christian Church, and "close
communion" the sole available door to
Heaven. Tho meagre supply of incident
which links together its somewhat tedious
theological discussions is not remarkable
for either interest or originality. The
heroine will not marry the hero because,
in the first place, he is not a Christian; and,
that difficulty being overcome, because,
secondly, he is guilty of the far more hein?
ous crime of preferring the Methodist- to
the Baptist helmet of salvation. Vast the?
ological discourses ensue, all of which tend
to the culmination at which we have hinted.
The resources of sectarian logic are ran?
sacked, and CHRIST is plainly shown-te
the satifaction of the writer, at least-to
have ordained the Baptist Church "in the
All the trite arguments of the narrowest
and most bigoted school of Biblical herme?
neutics are revived and reiterated; and if,
to the liberal mind, which accepts a church
catholic, and cherishes fond visions of a
Heaven which shall receive within its fold
both "sprinkled," "poured" and "dipped"
Christians, there is something repulsive in
the blind dogmatism which makes salvation
a matter of hydropathy, and proportions
the "pouring out of the spirit" with exact
reference to the depth of the aspirant's im?
mersion,-why of course, that is, if possi?
ble, an additional proof of the unsavory
truthfulness of the doctrine.
The book seems to have been thrown into
its present form to allure that class of read?
ers who -would not be likely to affect a
"tract." We can conscientiously commend
it to any "close-communion" Baptist who
wishes to see the grounds of his faith pre?
sented in a compact and popular form.
WE HATE unwittingly done injustice to
one of our Southern contemporaries, the
New Orleans Deutsche Zietung, in intimat?
ing that it had espoused the Radical
cause. Such, we are assured on trustwor?
thy authority, is not the oase, and we has?
ten to make the correction. It is almost
needless to say that our paragraph on the
subject was based upon information which
we believed at the time to be accurate.
THE BILL to amend the charter of the
City of Charleston, otherwise known as the
"ten days' residenoe" bill, is not yet a law.
It was passed to a third reading in the
House on the fifth instant, and was referred
to the Committee on Corporations in the
Senate on Monday last.
JUSTUS K. JILLSON, the "State Superin?
tendent of Education," in a speech deliver?
ed recently to a black audience in the
African Church, Camden, said "that if the
Democrats succeeded in electing their Pres?
ident there would be the bloodiest war on
THE ARTICLE on "Reconstruction," from
the Round Table, having, by an accident,
appeared in a mutilated form in yesterday's
NEWS, we publish it again this morning with
the omissions supplied.
would respectfully inform his friends and the
public ta general, that he has removed his Grocery
store from the Southwest comer of Beaunun and
Archdale sile ts. to the N0R1HEA8T CORNER OF
ST. PHILIP AND BEAUFAIN STREETS, where, in
the future as in the past, he will keep a CHOICE
SELECTION OF GROCERIES, WINES AND
LIQUORS, and where he wiB be most happy to see
bia patrons and the public.
August 13 1 JOHN H. V?LLERS.
K BI O V A Ii
DYER AND SCOURER,
HAS REMOVED TO No. Ul MARKET-STREET,
between King and Archdalo streets.
Gent's COATS, VESTS. PANTS, AND FELT HATS
Dyed, Scoured and Pressed.
Orders executed with greatest dispatch.
August 12 6*
EEBIOVAL.-I. HYMAN ?St CO. HAVE
removed from No. 2*8 King street to No. 229
EE MO VAL.-DR. FRANCIS L. PAR?
KES has removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HAS EL-ST RE ET, two doors
east or the Po - tofflc e. July 24
pissolaiton cf Canartoml/ip.
DISSOLUTION OP C oit? A R T^M ? Bl^
SHTP.-The Copartnership hitherto existing;
between the undersigned, as Auctioneers and Com?
mission Merchants. ?t No. 136 Meeting-street, in
the ci i y of Charleston, S. 0., under the name of
McKAY A CAMPBELL, has this doy been dissolved
by mutual consent All persons Indebted to said
Arm, to save litigation, wiB make payment to Messrs.
DURYEA A CuHEN, Broad-street, and all ha vim;
claims against the firm will please furnish particu?
lars to same. WM. McEAY.
Dated Charleston,. S. C., August 1,1968.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE
AUCTION AND COMMISSION BCSINESS, at No.
136 MEEI ENG-STREET, as heretofore.
Auguste WM. McEAY.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.-THE
Forty ntth Session of this institution will begin
on the let day of October 1868, and end on the Thurs?
day bet?re the 4th of July, 1869.
The organization of the Institution ls very com?
plete, embracing extensive and thorough courses of
instruction in Literature and Science, and in the pro?
fessions jaf Law, Medicine snd Engineering. *
ESTIMATED EXPENSES-exclusive of books, clothing
and pocket money-of the Academic student
$360; of the Law student $365, and of the Me Heal
For particulars send for Catalogue to Wm. Werten
baker, Secretary, or 8. MAUPIN,
Chaim in of the Faculty.
P. 0. "University of Virginia."
August 3 1m*
WASHINGTON COLLEGE, LEXING?
TON, VA-The next session opens third
Thursday in September, 1868, and closes fourth
Thursday in June. 1869. The Faculty consists of
General R. E. LEE, President, with P ofessors o?
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Modern Languages,
Moral Philosoph?-, History and English Language
and Literature. Applied Mathematics, Natural Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and Law and Equity. These are
distributed into: L Faculty of Arts; 2. Faculty of
Science; 3 Faculty of Literature and Philosophy; 4.
Faculty of Law. In each of these is conferred a dis?
tinct Bachelor'* Decree, and the Depree of Master of
Arts is open aliko to students in each cou se. In the
repartaient of Science are conferred also Procession?
al Diplomas ot Civil Engineer and Mining Engineer.
By the ali of a full corps of assistant Professors, pro?
vision ii mode for thorough drilling in the Depart?
ments ol English, Ancieut and Modern Languages
EXPENSES.-AU necessary expenses need not ex?
For lull particulars apply to
E. C. GORDON, Clerk of Faculty.
July 30_ Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORrH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES LN ARrTH
MMJ?r?% WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month tn advance
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
WASTED BY A TIHCIMA LADY; A
situation in a pleasant family to teach the
usual ENGLISH BRANCHE S, FE EN CH and MUSIC.
She has had several years' experience, and will go '
either South or West References exchanged. Ad?
dress, immediately, "A. B. C.," care of Mr. W. P.
Nuckolls, Tolersville Depot, Louisa County, Va.
August 7 Imo*
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TO RENT, THAT ELIGIBLE DWEL?
LING northeast corner of Legare and Lamboll
streets, with gas, cistern, and everything requisite,
at low ra*e, to an approved tenant. Inquire of JO?
SEPH MURRAY, No. 1 Hayne-street
August 12 wfm3
TO RENT, WITH THE FURNITURE,
a delightfully situated HuUSE In Hasel-street,
near Anson, at $50 per month. Apply to LEITCH
A BRUNS. _July 22
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED HOUSE with six square rooms,
gas, and large cistern of water, situated in Gadeden
Btreet, north of Bull, commanding a fine view of the
Ashley River. To an approved tenant the rent will
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14 JOHN-STREET._July 21
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FIOE. July 2
pst anH /ennb.
SPECTACLES LOST-LOST, IN THE
Market, about ton o'clock j esterday (Wednesday)
morning a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES, for which a
suitable reward will be given if lett at the MERCURY
FOUND. A BLACK NEWFOUNDLAND
DOG, in po sae talon of a colored man, which
me owner eui have by applying at No. 9 S IRES
STREET, between Spring and uogard streets, and
paring expenses. , July 31
H E l' EB'S
FASHIONABLE BARBEE'S 8ALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER ls a German Barber, has been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve his friends and the public generally tn the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
Q.REENBACKS FOR THE PEOPLEj
GREENBACKS FOR EVERYBODY,
OHSEN-B?CK STA TIONER TPAOKAOE !
EACH PACKAGE CONTAINS AN ASSORTMENT
of our Improved articles q? STATIONERY, and a dis?
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Si, 83, 8?, 910, sao, 850, sioo.
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as-Agents wanted io circulate the GREENBACK.
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July 20 mwf Imo Postoffice Box 1424.
METROPOLITAN GIFT COMPANY.
Cash Gifts to tue Amount of 8250,000.
EVERT TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
5 Cash Gifts.Each $10,000
10 Cash Gifts.Each 5,000
20 Cosh Girts.Each 1,000
40 Cash Gifts.Each 500
200 Cash Gifte.Each HO
300 Cash Gifts.Each 50
450 Cash Gifts.Each 25
600 Cash Gifts.Each 25
30 Elegant Rosewood Pianos.Each $300 co 3500
36 Elegant Rosewood Melodeons. .Each 75 to 150
150 Sewing Machines.Each 60 to 175
250 Musical Boxes.Each 25 to 200
300 Fine Gold Watches.Each 75 to 300
750 "ine Silver Watches .Each 30 to 50
Fine Oil Paintings, Framed Engravings, Silverware,
Photograph All)urns, and a large assortment of
Fine Gold Jewelry, in all valued at $1,.00,000.
A chance to draw any of the above prizes by pur?
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REIXBJENCES.-Wc se e t the few following names
from the many w 10 h.ve lately drawn valuable prizes,
and kindly permitted us 0 pub Uh. them :
8. T. Welkins, Buffalo, N. Y, $1000; Miss Annie
Monroe, Chi ?go, UL, Piano, valued at $650; Bobert
Jackson, Dubuque, Iowa, Gold Watch, $250; Philip
McCarthy, L uisvllle, Ky.. Diamond Cluster Bing,
$60o; H. A. Patterson, New Bedford Mass., Silver Tea
Set, $175; Mi>6 Emma Walworth, Milwaukee, Wis.,
piano, $5o0; Bev. T. W. Pitt, Cleveland, Ohio, Melo
$g-We publish no names without permission.
OPISIOSS or TdE PHESS.-"They are doing the
largest business; the firm is reliible, and deserve
their success."-WVeMy Tribune, Feb 8. I860.
" We have examined their system, and know them
to l>e a fair dealing firm."-frew York Herald, Feb.
"Last week a friend of ours drewaSCOO prize,
whVh was promptly received."-Daily News, March
Send Dr circular giviog many more references and
favoiabte notices from the press. L beral induce?
ments to Agent-". Satisfaction guaranteed. Every
package of r-ealed Envelopes contains ONE CASH
GIFT. Six Tickets for $1; thirteen for $2; thirty
five tor S5; one hundred and ten for $16.
All letters should be addressed to
HARPER, WILSON A CO..
July 20 Imo No. 173 Broadway, N. Y.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, April 28,1868. j
FARMERS AND OTHERS ARU REQUESTED
not to drive over the line of the Meeting street
Road, between Spring and Rumney-streota, during
thc execution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
quested not to use the Meeting-street Rood at au.
The disturbance of all the grade and aRignmeut
pegs, recently put up, renders lt necessary to make
tho above request LOUTS J. BARBOT,
April 30 City Engineer.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD Ko. 8.
rTTHE BEG-?L4B WEEKLY MEETING OP THIS
A . Club will be held TM* Evening, at Eight
o'clock, at the Marion Engine House. - S >
W. WALKES RILEY,
August 12 .1 Recording Secretary.
, WARD No. 3.
rp HE REGULAR MEETING OF THE DEM OCRA
X TIC CLUB of Ward No. 3 will be held This
Evening, at Eight o'clock, at the Palmetto Engine
By order. D. B. GILLIE AND,
Angust 12_1_ Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 3.
THE CHAIRMEN OF THE SEVERAL COMMIT?
TEES OF THIS CLUB are expected to make
their reports at the Weekly Meeting This Evening
without fall. WM. KNOX,
Chairman of Working Commitee.
August 12 1
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 4.
rTTHE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
J. Club will be held at Masonic Hall This Evening,
at Eight o'clock. W. M. M UCKENTUSS,
August 12 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB. WARD No. 6.1
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
CLUB will be held at the Hall of the Washing?
ton Fire Engine Company, Th is Evening, at half-past
A punctual attendance is desired.
R. B. BAKER,
August 12 1 Recording Secretary.
COME FORWARD, REPUBLICANS.
AMASS MEETING OF REPUBLICANS WILL
be held at the Club House This Evening, the
12th instant, at Eight o'clock. Matters concerning
the Presidential and Municipal elections will be
brought before the meeting.
BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE.
August 12 1*
GERMANIA BASE BALL CLUB.
THE MONTHLY Mt ET IN G WILL TAKE PLAOE
at the German F?re Engine Hall, This Evening,
August 12, at Eight o'clock.
Members are requested to be punctual
By order of the President. 1 Angust 12
GERMAN FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
AQUARTERLY MEETING OF THIS COMPANY
will be held at the Engine House, This (Wed?
nesday) Afternoon, at Fire o'clock.
Punctual attendance is requested.
By order. J. J. BORGER, Secretary.
August 12 1
0~1FF?CE OF CHJD2F^?Mp7nriC^
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
August II, 1868.-PARTICULAR NOTICE-The lol
lowlng ordinance will be strictly enforced on and
after the 16th August, 1868.
By order of the Mayor. C. B. 8IGWALD,
Chief of Polee.
AN OBDINAKCE TO LICENSE DOOS IN THE CITY OF
CHARLESTON, AND FOB OTHBB PUBPOSES.
L Be ii ordained, That from and after the passing
of this ordinance all dogs found going st large in the
City of Charleston, exeppt such as may wear such a
badge as the City Council may authorize the Bale of,
as provided for in the second clause of this section,
shall be liable to be lolled by the City Police or such
person or parsons as the Mayor mar authorize and
appoint for that purpose, and the owner of such dog
or dogs shall be subject to a fine of not less than ten
dollars nor more than twenty dollars, one-half to
the informer and the other half to the use of the
2. The City Treasurer shall provide a sufficient
number of metal badges, suitable for dags, marked C
C, and numbered from one upwards, and dispose of |
the same for the sum of two dollars each, to such
persons as may apply for the same.
3. The City Treasurer sholl issue badges immedi?
ately after tbe passing of this ordinance, and annu?
ally thereafter, on tbe first day of January.
AN OED IN ANCE FOB THE BETTEB OBSERVANCE OF THE
LORD'S DAT, COMMONLY "'".wi SUNDAY, AND FOB
OTHER PUBPOSES THEREIN MENTIONED.
1. SEC. I. Be it ordained, That from and after the
publication of this ordinance, no tradesman, laborer,
or other person whatsoever, shall do or exercise any j
worldly labor, busioess or work of their ordinary ?
callings, on the Lord's Day, (works of necessity,
charity, and the necessary occasions .of the family
excepted); and every person of the age of fifteen
? years and upwards, so offending, shall, for every
such offence, lorfelt a sum not exceeding twenty^do!
2. SEO. IL No person or persons whatsoever shall
publicly expose to sale, or sell ba any shop, ware?
house or otherwise, any goods, wares or merchan?
dise whatsoever, upon the Lord's Day; and every 1
person so offending shall, for every such offence, be j
liable to be fined In any sum not exceeding twenty
3. -"EC. UL No sports, pastimes, public exercises,
or exhibitions or games whatsoever shall be allowed
on the Lord's Day; and every person so offending
shall forfeit, for every such offence, a sum not ex?
ceeding twenty dollars.
L SEO. IV. ir any person or persons whatsoever shall
disturb any congregation ot people, lawfully assem?
bled at any church or public place of worship, to
perform divine service, or shall at any time cause
any riot or disturbance in any of the churches of I
public place of worship, of any sect of religion, with?
in this city, be, she or they shall, for every, such
offence, be hatte to be fined in any sum not exceed?
ing twenty dollars.
5. SEC. V. V any person or persons shall employ
any servant Or servants to work or labor on the
Lord's Day, within this city (works of absolute ne?
cessity and the necesary occasions of the family ex?
cepted), every person to offending shall, for every
such offence, forfeit a sum not exceeding twenty dol?
SEC. VI. All fines and penalties hereby impos?
ed, shall be sued for and recovered for the use of the
Corporation, and any persons or persons refusing to
pay such fine, after conviction, shall be committed
to the common gaol or house of correction, for any
time not exceeding five days, unless such fine and
the lawful charges attending the imprisonment shall
be sooner paid: Provided. That no person or per?
sons shall be impeached, proscribed or mulcted, for
any offence before mentioned in this Ordinance, un?
less he or they be prosecuted for the same, within
ten days niter the offence ls committed.
QITY TAXES-MONI HL Y RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY A85E3SOB, )
CITE HALL, August 1,1868. )
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that the
monthly Returns for the month of July past, in com?
pliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th
of January, 1868, must be made on or before the 15th
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWING ABE PAYABLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, in.
eluding sales by Bakers, Batchers, Hucksters, and
by dealers in Bice, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval
On all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
On al gross receipts of all Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Buggies.
On all iocome derived irom the pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
On the gross receipts ot all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, Bankers, Brosers, and others.
On all prem'ums received for or by any Insurance
Com. any, or by agencies for individuals or compa?
On all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule used or k?pt within tbe
city, excepting horses or mules used In any public
licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
On all Retail Dealers in ail articles whatsoever.
On a! Barber Shops.
On all gross re ceipts of Hotels and Public Kating
and Boarding Houses,
On all receipts of Livery Stable Keepers.
On tbe gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Printing Offices, News
pap rs aad Publishing Houses.
On all Goods sold ia the city by persons not resi?
dent, by sample or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules brought to the
On sales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
On the gross receipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of oil Tavern Keepers and
All the defaulters will be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HCGHE3,
August 1_15_City Assessor.
COMMISSIONERS OP MARKETS,
AUGUST 7, 1868.-Eslimates will be received
by the Committee on Repairs until the 15th inst, to
ERECT A BUILDING at the east end of the Markets,
according to plans and spe incitions to be seen at
the Clerk's office, east enif of Markets.
August 10_f bief Clerk.
CITY TREASURY, JULY I, 1868.-NO?
TICE TO HOLDERS <<F FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-The Fite Loan Coupons due this day and
payable in the City of New York, will be pai* on pre?
sentation at this Office. H. THOMAS,
July 2 City Treasurer.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE.- MAIN
GU.ARDHOD-E, CHARLESTON, S. 0., April 7,
1868.-NOTICE.-The Ordinance proUMting the
firing of guns, pistols, squibs. Ac, within the city
limits, wilt hereafter be strictly enforced.
Shooting on the farms, streets, hines and roads
south of the Forks of the Rood is a violation of the
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. SIGWALD,
April G Chief of Palice.
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CI1? TREASURY. 1st Julv, 18C3.-Under an
Ordinance "To Raise .Supplies for the year 1863." the
SECOND INSTALMENT OE TAX LS ON REAL
ESTATE is required (nor before the Inst day of
July, and if not paid executions shall Issue in twenty
dave tberealtcr. t. THOMAS,
july i City Treasurer.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, I
C:TT HALL. CHARLESTON. March 12th, 1368, J
ALL PROPERTY HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Meeting-street, and other citizens interested
in the building ol a Shell Road ou Meeting-street,
from Spring-fireet to the City Bouadary, are hereby
respectfully informed that a Book of tubpcnption
will bo opened for their signatures ba my office to?
day, ant that when such an amount is pledged, as
in the judgment of the Ciiy Civil Engineer will war?
rant the undertaking, the worx will be forthwith
commenced. LOUIS J. .BABBITT,
March 13 City arti Engineer.
IIf BASKKtPTC?,-> OTIC E.-THEO.
IX) EE COE DES, who* .has been adjudged ?
Bankrupt on bis own petition, having flied his peti?
tion, praying his fp?i discharge, all crediton,
who have proved their debts, ah J other persona
In interest, are herebynotifled to appv'ar before the
United States Court at Greenville, on the fourteenth
day of August, instant, at 12 o'clock, to show cause,
if any they have, -why said prayer be not grafted.
By order of the Court "
August 1 82 wi C. B. C. U. 0.
. Hem jpjublirations.
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STEINMETZ. The Romance of Duelling, in all
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SAINT BEUVE. Pottralts of Celebrated Women;
comprisinK Madame de Sevlgne, de Duras, LaFav
ette, de Bcmueat, de Souza, Krudener, Poland, Gui?
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GILLETT. Democracy in the United States; what
it has done, what it is doing, and what it will do. By
Ransom H. Gillett. 1 voL, 12mo. $2.
POLLARD. The Lost Cause Regained. By Ed?
ward A. Pollard. 1vol., 12 mo. $1 60.
LIDDON. University Sermons; by Rev. H. P.
Liddon. "He is now acknowledged, on ail bands, to
be the greatest living preacher in England. " 1 vol.,
MORRIS. The Earthly Paradise ; a Poem by Wm.
Morris, author of Jason. 1 vol., 12 mo. $3. '
HOOPES. The Book of Evergreens; a Practical
1 reatise on the Conifera, or Coae-bearing Plants. By
Josiah Hoopes. 1 vol., 12mo. $3.
PROCTOR. Half Honrs with the Telescope; being
a popular guide to the use of the Telescope as a
means of amusement and instruction. By R. A.
Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.s. With numerous illustra?
tions. 16mo., cloth. $1 25.
CHAM BEES'-Encyclopaedia. A Dictionary of I
Universal Knowledge for the people; illustrated with
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$4 50. The work is now complete.
NOVELS. Henry Po weis, Banker, $175; Dead Sea
Fruit, by Miss Braddon. COc; Josh Bluings on Ice,
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April a s
jy? ADAME G I D I E ll ? ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CUARLESTOX. 8. C.
Transient Board S3 50 per Day.
JTEW YORK HOTEL,
No. 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. BI. HILDRETH di CO., Proprietors,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED TTRST-CLAS9
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the management of J. B. MONMOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
CJ., is now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH s T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the firm ol
D. M. HILDRETH s CO.
Tbs senior partner from bis long experience as a
pi oprietor of the Veranda, St Louts and St Charle?
Hotels of New Orleans, natters himself that he can
assure his friends and he public generally, teat Its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13
rpHE~ PALL* TRADE.
MERCHANTS, FACTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
everywhere, but moro especially in the City of
Charleston, will please bear In mind tuat the EA UN?
WELL s EN" TIN KL fs one of the best advertising me?
diums in the >ta:e, circulating at every postoffice in
the District, and has been in existence since 18?2.
Business men would coasult their interest by trying
some of the Printer's Ink used at that establishment.
Address E. A BBON90N,
July 14 Imo Publisher and Proprietor.
rjlHE BE.WETTSVILLE JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED IN BENN ETT8VILLE, S. C., BT
STUBBS ft LITTLE, Proprietors. .WM. LITTLE,
Editor; A A. SiUBBi, Publisher.
The extensive circulation of the Rcnnelt1 ville
Journal in the Pee Deo couutrv, renders it a s ape
rior advertising medium for tan me-'-bants an! ou
siness men of Charleston, who deBirc to extend their
bu;iness in this section ?i the State. The proprie?
tors have resolved toadvo-tisd at prices toa it the
times. Ihe Journal is he only paper puoiijhed in
thin portion of tho State.
The editor will devote h s timi and energy to pro?
moto the interests a..d maintain thu supremacy of
the whito rat? aud wi.I unflmcliinsly perform his
duty in th : defence of rglic and ju-tice.
J". St'UL li PK (Vii tl LE,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANE ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARD8, ftc, con?
stantly on band at the lowest market prices.
September 13 timi j r
OFFER FOB SALE,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES S
^Ailft 8APKS LIVERPOOL SALT
yVvV 200 bales Gunny Cloth
500 coils Hemp and Manilla Bale Rope
100 hhds. Muscovado Sugars
500 febls. Clarified and Crushed Sugars
100 hhds. Cuba Molaasea
500 kegs Nails, 4 to 20
200 bags Bio and Java Coffee
Candles, Soap, Starch
Powder, Shot, Lead, kc, ko.
Charleston, S. C., August 12th, 18G8.
August 12 ' D*O_wfnilino
NORTHERN POTATOES ANS CABB AGESUOK
sale low, for cash. Apply at
August 12 1* No. 52 State-street ._
1 AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL 8ALT, TN FTRST'
1UUU BATE ORDER, for sal? tn lota to suit?,
purchasers. Apply to
COHEN, HANCK.EL & CO.,
No. 46 East Bay, corner Boyce's whart
CORN I CORN!
IA AAA BUSHELS TENNESSEE AND
lu ?UUU Georgia prime White and Mixed.
COEN on consignment and for sale low from Depot
2000 busneis prime White Baltimore Cora now
landing from steamer Sea Gull.
For sale by J. CAMPS EN & CO.,
No. 14 Market opposite State-street*
August ll 2
COEN! COEN! CORN! "
HE ALI CORNI MEAL!
COEN m BULK!
CONSUMEES CAN FURNISH THEIR OWN
SACKS and have them filled with the beet of
CORN AND MEAL, in quantities to snit, sad at rea?
sonable rates. For sale at No. 68 EAST BAY.
August ll_2_VP. N. AVERILL.
TEAS AND COFFEES.
/"^ UN PO WD ER
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEAS
of various qualities and prices.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
BT. DOMINGO AND
of different grades.
FRESH R J AS TED AND GROUND COFFEE al?
ways on hand at the
CO-OPERATIVE GBOOEBY STORE, .
No. 107 Market-street;
83~ Goods delivered free.
August ll_ :_
MARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
ME ETI \ G STREETS,
(5 O TI T H SIDE.).
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES " OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all ames be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals andi
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facul?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth bx
Its charter, "To furnish members and the publia
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, end from tba
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for ita
Copies of tue Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at tho Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries regarding the practical working of the enter?
prise win be most cheerfully an j promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
CHLORIDE OP LIME.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
rTVHE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE EY
A E. H. KELLERS k CO.,
March 28 No. 131 Meeting-street
MARBLE MANTELS, ?0NF
M ' NTS, HEADSTONES, die.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on baud at 8. KL AB EB'S Ware
room, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-street, New
fork. Call and examine before buying elsewhere,
February 3 6 ED o
WM. KNABE & CO.,
April 20 6mc
JX1SE8 KNOX.JOBS GELL
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, kc, respect*
folly solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for COHN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
" MONUMENT 8Q?ABE,
KIRKLAND & co.. Proprietors.
^rUMSE.V, CARROLL ?St CO,
PRESERVERS, PICKL?RS, OYSTER PACKERS, kc.
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MTT.ir,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALFRED JENKINS, JB.
BOBEBT H. JENKINS.
jPPW. JEN'KI rv S & SONS,
MPOBTEB3 AND ?>EALEBS IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS^
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22_6m03_Baltimore., A '
Q_EORGE R. G A IT H KR, JR.. ?i CO.?
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS?.
No. 4 Camdcn-strcct, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
H. GRL'PY CO.,
LEATHEB, HIPES ASD OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STREET,
F. H. GR?PY.H. G. CURTAT
April 20_- 6mog
f\ KIFFIN, BROTHER di CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22 6moa
Jg H. KELLERS dc CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETTNG-bTR EET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECEIVED WEEKLY. .
jtja-PRESCRIPTIONS PDT UP WITH CAR E.-g?
January 3 tut ha