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THE DAILY NEWS.
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' NBWS SUMMARY.
-Gold closed in New Tork on Saturday firmer
and strong at 146f aL47.
-Cotton dosed firm; sales 1200 bales at
-In Liverpool on Saturday cotton closed
buoyant and bittier; sale? 20,000 bales; up?
lands 10i<l. ,
-Maggie Mitchell is building a block of I
seven nausea in Now York, near Central Park.
-One block of atarea in Omaha rent for ?4000 j
a year each. "
-The Wine' Growers' Association of Ohio
want Congress to^place a duty of tl 50 a gallon J
OD foreign wines. ?
-Straws show which way th? wind blows.
The New York Herald has flopped over to the
support of Seymour and Blair.
-The reports of the .cattle disease do not
cause as much excitement noy as at first, bat
the New York beef market is ?t?l considerably j
affected. ';* ? - ? ?
-Mike; McOoo^ ttonewly married;r^igih8ti
faiks of making a wedding tour to Pittsburg,
and spending his honeymoon in training thor o
for another fight with Joa Cob ame. .
-Lord Napior.it is reported, will be appoint?
ed Commander-in-Chief of the forces in India
for the term of five years, during which period
tn6 salary amounts to $375,000. *
-There m every indication of a very large
number of students at tho Virgin ia Uni versify
next session. TLose best informed count on as
many as six hundred students.
-There are said to be thirty millions of bear?
ing grape vines in California, with a oapaoity
of fifteen millions of gallons of wine and one
milhon gallons of brandy.
-Gov. Orr, of So a th Carotina, was at St.
Joseph, Mo., on the 5th inst. Tn 1856 he pur?
chased large bodies of land in that vicinity,
which is now looking np.
-Twenty-three, wagon loads of Mormons are
on their way back to the States. They adhere
to the Mormon faith, bot are disgusted with
the management of Young.
-The highest prize has beon awarded this
year, at the Berlin University, to an essay on
the canses and effects of the American war.
It was written by a young German nobleman
whose parents Uve in Posen.. v
-Captain Joseph Einhard Wheatley, formerly
?f Harrodaburg, Kentucky, and late of the
Confederate army, has been appointed a lieu?
tenant in the Cuirassier of the Imperiale
Guarde of the French army.
-The fire in the Canadian woods is really
getting to be a serions affair. It is spreading
fearfully, and thara seems to be no prospect of |,
tte stopping natal it has burned and destroyed
the whole of the noble forests.
-Within ten miles of St. Joseph, Missouri,
wfllbo raised grapes enough to make 25,000
gallons of wine, and this amount w*U be in?
creased four fold when all the vines now plant?
ad are in bearing condition.
-Usury Stanley, the special correspondent
of the New Tork Herald with the A byesinian
expedition, has shipped from Alexandria to
NewT?rk a firs Arabian horse for Mr. James
Gordon Bennett, Jr. The horse ia daily ex
-For a number of years, George William
Curtis has benn in the employment of Harper
Brothers, at a salary of 13000. He is the
writer of the "Editor's Easy Chair " in the
Monthly, and frequently contributes a graceful
leader to the Weekly.
- -Miss Braddon, the distinguished novelist,
is expected soon in New Tork. Her arrival
.will be the occasion of a festive gathering of j
the "Literary Sisters" at Delmonico'a, and
Miss Braddon will be wined and wassailed in a
way that no literary thar in petticoats has been
Wined and wassailed before.
-The conductors of the Washington Chroni?
cle had been anticipating the death of Thad?
dens Stevens, and had already prepared a sup?
pl?ment, dressed in mourning, and containing
a biography of Mr. Stevens eight columna in
length, which was issued with the paper ef
Wednesday morning, four hours after his
. .-Great destruction of life was caused by the
ravages of typhoid fever apon the ship Eme?
rald Isle which arrived at New Tork Tuesday
from Liverpool. Thirty-seven deaths occurred
on the passage sad a very large number of in?
valid passengers were removed to the hospitals
onshore. The sickness was almost entirely
' ofoflned to the Scandinavians.
-The Marquis de Caux (Patti'?? husband) is
said to bs head over ears m debt, a nd it is tc
' meet this state of things that his wife is to re?
main five years longer on the stage. The posi?
tion of a husband under these circumstances
has certainly its drawbacks. An equerry to
an Emperor, no doubt, can take to the work of |
driving bargains with opera lessees, and can
accompany his wife night after nient to the
stage door; bat there is a good d eal that is dis?
agreeable, nevertheless. There are seeoes in
some of the operas at which the Marquis will
. haruly care to look, and the flattery of his com?
panions wOl not always bs a compensation.
The bridegroom is described by one corres?
pondent as of a resolute expression of coun?
tenance, not erring on the side of excessive
amiability.. . .
-The Indian oom in store in Liverpool,
which in ordinary seasons is allowed to reaob
two millions and a half of bushels, is now re?
duced to about one hundred thousand bushels,
and it is supposed by many that the price will
rise to ll 25 per bushel as the season advances,
lt appears that thirteen steamers laden with
grain are now on their way to London and Liv?
erpool from Odessa and other ports on and
near the Black Sea; but a great part of the re?
liance abroad is placed upon th e United States,
including California, whose surplus of wheat
will amount to over seventeen million bushels.
HithertOj it is stated, the orders transmitted to
this country from Liverpool for grain have
been carefully restricted as to price; but as the
emergency is critical, some of them are arriv?
ing without that precaution.
MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1868.
FarFrtndeni..HORATIO SK Y MOUE.
For Yiet-Prttident.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
The Financial Schemes of the Negro
Legislature-T he lr Inevitable Fate.
We publish this morning a letter npon
the subject of the validity, in the eyes of
this people, of the loans which may he
effected, and the bonds and bills receivable
which may be issued, by the organization
whioh oalls itself the government of South
Carolina. It is written by a gentleman of
high position and unsullied integrity, who
was the president of one of our banks in
the better days of Charleston, and who is
now anxious, above all other things, that
the honor and fair fame of the State may
always be preserved. To his arguments we
can add bat little; from hi? conclusions no
thoughtful citizen is likely to dissent.
The Legislature now in session in Colum?
bia is an illegal and unconstitutional body,
whose aots have no enduring power or force
Revolutionary laws made of South Carolina
a military satrapy. The word of a military
despot evoked oat of a chaotic mass of alien
knaves and misguided negroes what was
known as a constitutional convention. That
convention did not represent one ten-thou?
sandth part of the tax-payers of the State,
nor did it represent the intelligence, hon.
esjty, or desires of oar people. The conven?
tion was the creator of the present Legisla?
ture, which consists of a body of white
Radicals who sell their votes in open mar?
ket, and of deluded colored men who toil
and sweat that they may elevate their white
coadjutors and depress their own race.
They have one idea in. comm on, which idea
is to plunder the treasury as best they may
till their little race is run. Money is their
principal aim, and the State, already de?
pressed and worn down by the losses -of
war and the uncertainties of peace, is
posed to be taxed to death to gratify
appetites of her mongrel legislators.
To raise money, all the machinery of acts
and resolutions will be set in rapid motion;
but we hold that the b edy of men. now known
as tho Legislature of South Carolina, is an
unoonstitutional assembly, and we hold that
its aots are void from the beginning.
-Whether it be in one year or in five years,
the power of the State. Will ultimately re?
turn to the hands of those who are the
State, who comprise its industry, Intelli?
gence and property, who have been taxed
for its support, and who, for more than half
a century, maintained its credit inviolate.
When that day .comes, the acts of this no
called Legislature will be wholly annulled,
and erased from the statute hook whioh they
No bonds issued by this so-called Legis
Iatare will ever be paid by the people of
the State. No loans oontraoted by it on the
security of deposits of fl tocks or bonds, or
other pr op er ty of the State, will ever be
recognised, and they who lend the money
will be held accountable for any injury that
may accrue to the commonwealth. No bills
receivable, issued by the so-called Governor
of the State, with the sanction of the pre
tended Legislature, to carry on an illegal
government, will bs permitted to be reoelTed
in payment of the taxes of the State. The
iebts of Sooth Carolina can only be paid bj
the white people. They cannot be paid by
the penniless white adventurer or the im
provident negro, and the white people of
3outh Carolina are determined and resolved
that no moneyed obligation contracted by
authority of the existing Legislature and
its officers, shall ever be acknowledged, re
sognized or paid.
. Mon?y the Legislature most have, or it
-rill melt away like snow before the son. That
money cannot come from within the State; for
svery respectable white man in it knows the
'olly of lending what will never be repaid,
apon a bond that can never be enforoed, or
apon collat?rale which he would never dare
to sell. The money must oome from the
North, and it is oar daty to warn the oapi
talists and financiers of the country that
they might as well throw their dollars into
the sea as lend them to the usurping body
in session in Columbia.
In the past, it has been oar pride to meet
manfully all oar obligations, and we propose
to do so in the fu t ure. Bat money borrowed
by the schemers and leaguers, who style
themselves oar Legislature, is not borrowed
by the State, and for it the State will not
be responsible. The tame spirit which
would cause Carolina to suffer any sacrifice
rather than disavow any constitutional
claim, now impels her people to declare th it
they will not pay any debt that may be con?
tracted by an unconstitutional government.
They give notice in time, and declare that
when Sooth Carolina is again ander the
control of her legitimate rolers, every do!
lar of bond and bill issued, and ef debt
contracted, by the illegal and unconstitu?
tional organization now in power, will be
promptly and decisively repudiated.
Immigration from Maryland.
It now appears that there is in Maryland
mach interest in regard to immigration
to South Carolina, and this fee1'*'' has been
encouraged by the letters of Mt DKCIIERT,
the editor of the Hagerstown (Md. ) Mail,
who has recently been on a Southern tour.
Some time ago, a party of gentlemen from
Hagerstown determined to visit Virginia
and the Carolinas early in September. This
fact beoame known, and letters were re?
ceived from a number of influential per?
sons at different places in the States named,
extending to the expeoted visitors the hos
pi tali ti es of themselves and their neighbors.
In this exhibition of kindly feeling South
Carolina was no laggard. A public meet?
ing was held at Lancaster Courthouse, and
it was unanimously agreed to meet tbe
tourists from Maryland at the Fort Mills
depot, and convey them to comfortable
quarters and around the country free of
charge. Mr. J. F. G. MITTAG, of Lancas?
ter, communicated this pleasing informa
ton to his friends in Hagerstown? and re?
ceived an immediate reply from Mr. DANIEL
DECHERT, of that plaoe. Mr. DEOHEBT said
that he, with his excursion party, about
twenty in number, would be in Charlotte,
North Carolina about the first week iii Sep
tomber, and weald gire due notice of their
arrival at Fort Mills. He said also : "If |
"our people (and I am going to bring with
"me the best of farmers and the best of |
?men), in visiting your country are met
"with the proper inducements to induce
?them to purchase land and settle amongst
"you, it will not be a great while until your
"country will be pretty well filled up.
"Many others will follow, if the 'pioneers'
"are pleased and purchase. Your people
"mutt, if they wish to have a thrifty, indus?
trious population, put down their land to
"the lowest figure. Remember this and
?have your friends act wisely."
This advioe fell upon no unwilling ears.
A meeting of the citizens of Lancaster Dis?
trict to consider the whole subject, was
called for Saturday last, and we have no
doubt that its action was as wise and sen?
sible as Lancaster is prompt and ener?
getic. H?gers to wo, Maryland, was settled
chiefly by Germans, and to them owes most
of its prosperity. They have been emi?
nently industrious, conservative and thrifty,
and we may feel confident that if we can
induoe a body of such immigrants to settle
in our State they will soon grow rich them?
selves, while they add in the same degree
to the general welfare of the country,
j. nere should be no haggling about terms.
Let us give a hearty welcome to these hardy
?nd honest Germans, and the whole State
will soon become instinct with new enter?
prise and life.
Knapsack or carpet-bag-Which T
' THXODOBB TILTOR, in the last number of |
the Independent, alludes to the universal
bad odor in which the carpet-bagger is held
throughout the South ta an indubitable
proof of rebel contumacy, and gently warns
QB to have a care lest, in casting- out the
bated carpet-bag, we give a pretext for the
introduction of the dreaded knapsack.
TILTON'S solicitude in our behalf is need
leas. The Southern people, certainly, have
no great love either for scalawag or soldier ;
but if they must choose between the de?
grading government of the one and the bay
met rule of the other, we are sure that we
speak the sentiment of our whole people in
laying, give us the soldier, by all'means.
IT WILL be Been by the debate in the
Souse of Representatives, In Columbia, on
he bill to prevent discrimination on account
>f color? ' published this morning, that the
gauntlet has been thrown down-at last, and
he issue made fairly and squarely between
whites and blacks. This was no unlooked
for event, and it will hasten the inevitable
FOR SALK, ON K TWKNTY-FlVE
HORSE POWES STATIONARY ENGINE, with
oublo Boilers, made by Denmead, of Baltimore; a
i rat class machine and bot little used with Shafting,
?alleys. Belting, kc. Also, one thirty-six inch steam
frist Mill, wita Bolter and Gearing. One (jaw Mill
omplete, with lorty-e'ght inch Circular Saw, and
ian y other articles nearly new, suited for planta
ton use. Apply to
LITTLE k MARSHALL,
No. HO Mee ting-? tree t.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantity, prise 76 cents per hundred. Aoply
t the Office af the BAILY NKW8. February 20
piKB AND MARINE
S. Y. TUPPER,
? PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANE BUILD?
No. 133 EAST BAT.
BKS TAXXN EH THE FOLLOWING WILL KNOWN COM- ?
BOSNIE INSURANCE COMPANY OF Nr.W YORK, j
Cash Capitol and Assets.?1,613,076
?CURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YOBS, 1
Cash Capital and Assets.?1,477.077 j
x TERN A T10 N A L INSURANCE CO.. NEW YOEE,
Cash Capital and Assets.81,1*8,013 ?
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK, ]
Cash Capitol and Assets.?1,035,630
ORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., NEW YORE, 1
Cash Capital and Assets.?746,911
NTERPRIsE INSURANCE CO., CINCINNATI, O.,
Cish Capitol and Assets.?1,301,338 '.
(Security by State Law...$3,000,000.)
ENTBAL CITY INSURANCE CO., OF SELMA, '.
Cash Capitol.?300,000 j
'OTAL EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS. 1
Losses adjusted and paid in Charleston. ^ ,
Aura st 17 mwf 1
CAPITAL ?10,000,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
'AKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,
?WELLINGS, STORKS AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
TN CURRENCY, OB GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., Agouts,
No. 10 ADGER'S SOOTH WHARF.
June 4 * thmCmos
REMOVAL-FOI? S VI H K, McCOMB ?&
CO. have removed from No. 237 to Nos. 406
nd 408 KING-STREET, corner of Bums' Lane.
August 17 6
O EMOVAL.-THE UNDERSIGN ED
Lt would respectfully inform his friends ?nd the
lublic ia geuorai. that he has removed his Grocery
itoro from t?e Southwest corner of Beau t am and
irchdalo stro ts. to 'he NOR 1 HE A? C CORNER OF
IT. PHILIP AND BE >UFAlN STREETS, whore, in
be future as in the past, he will keep a CHOICfc,
?ELECTION OF GROCER Its, WINliS AND
JQUORS, and where ho will bc most happy to see
ns patrons and the public.
August 12 7* JOHN H. V?LLERS.
E M O V A li
DYER AND SCOURER,
H VS REMOVED TO No. 141 MARKET-STREET,
>etwecn King and r ch dale stree, s.
Gtnfi COA1-N VESTS, PAN IS, AND FELT HATS
3yed, Scoured and Pressed.
Ordc a executed with greatest dispatch.
August 12 G*
REMOVAL.-DR. FRANCIS L. PAR?
EE ii has removed his Office from No. 79
?road-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREET, two door?
?aat of the Po stomce. July 24
fust an) /ooo*.
SPECTACLES LOST_LOST, IN THE
3 Market, about ten o'clock yesterday <Wednesday)
norning a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES, for which a
ni tab ;e reward will be given if lett at the MERCURY
?FETCE August 6
WANTED, AN AGENT TU TAKE THE
entire charge of a large estate. Most bring
testimonials of reliability as to obaracte r and qua'i
flcation*. Mast be a thorough planter, malary ll OOO
Apply to MOWRY ft CO.
August 17 mwiS
WANTED, IN A WHOLE SALE HOUSE
in this city, an active, energetic YOUNO
MAN to solicit trade; one from the upper part of the
State who could influence bu sine "3 would be prefer?
red. Salary (or the first year would not exceed (600.
Address "SALESMAN," with references, to Key Box
No. 31, Charleston Postnfflce.
August 17 2
. CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eicht by ten Oval >teel
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BL4TB. with or
without fromes, bheets 25 cents each. Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Charts,
ftc., one hundred per cent profit. Sam le packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at once
GOOD?PEED ft CO.,
August 14 2mo? No. 37 Park Bow. N. Y.
WANT7.D BT A VIRGINIA LA JOY, A
situation in a pleasant family to teach the
usual ENGLISH BRANCHEN, FRENCH and MUSIC.
She has had several years' experience, and will go
either -oum or West References fTon?mgftd. Ad?
dress, immediately, "A. B. C.," care of Mr. W. P.v
NuckoDs, Tolersv?le Depot, Louisa County, Va.
f?VOD BRICKLAYERS, WILLING TO
\JT work ten hours a day, at the rate of $5, will
find steady employment by calling on or addressing
SECRETARY OF THE MECHANICS' AND TRA?
DERS' EXCHANGE, No. 6T Liberty-street. New
York._Imo* August 7
WANTED. A SITUATION AS BOOK?
KEEPER, tiy a man who 1s competent, and
can give the most unexceptionable references. A
moderate salary only expected during the summer
months. Address V. M., Postofflce Box No. 92,
Charleston, S. C. july 3
can be obtained by application to tho "UNION
H'iME," from 9 ttllll o'clock daily.
Servants can also find places by application to the
same place, at the same hours Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers street
WANTED, A SITUATION, IN ANY
capacity as a CLERK. The subscriber is
willing to engage in any business, and will make
t imself g' nerall y use lui in any way, and be satisfied
with a very moderate salary. Address "L. W.,"
Charleston, through tbs Post?nico. June 17
ARESPECTABLE WHITE FEMALE
withes a situation as CHILD'S NURSE, with
a family gtfng North. The bert reference given if
required. AJdress "M. X.," office of THE DALLY
NEWS. June 3
WANTED. A PLACE AS GARDENER.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, 0. 8. A.,
who loat an arm in the war, and who ls now in re?
duced circumstances, is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charge of lots at Mag?
nolia. He is willing to work and can give the best
testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
Address J. H. THOMAS, DAILY NEWS Office.
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT A8 A
WATCHMAN, or in any other capacity in
which he can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who is m distress for want of work. Ad?
dress "J. S.," Office of the DAILY NEWS.
April 21 _
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_ No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES, Write for circulars to tho
AMERICAN WTBE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway,
New York._6mos_April 20
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Booka contains all of the latest publications.' "
April 31 - No. 161 KING-STREET.
f 0 ?tnt.
ROOiriS OVER STEELE'S "HAT
HALL." Largo front and middle rooms suitable
for milliners, or club use, or aloeoing rooms.
STEELE'S "HAT HALL," No. 313 RING STREET.
August 17 1
TO RENT, DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE
of eight rooms, with fine outbuildings, cistern,
?ras. kc, No, 7a Hotel street. Rent low. Apply at No.
137 CALHOUN STREET.
rRENT, THAT ELIGIBLE DWEL?
LING northeast corner of Legare and Lambell
streets, with gas, cistern, ?nd everything requisite,
lt low rate, to au approv d tenant Inquire of JO?
SEPH MURRAY, No. 1 Hayne-etreet.
TU li E vr. WITH THE FURNITURE,
a delightfully situated IIuUSE in Haoel-atreeL,
near Anton, at 950 per month. Apply to LEITCH
te BR?NS._July 22
TO RENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on tho front beach Sullivan's bland, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEW* OF?
FICE. July 2
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.-THE
Forty-filth Session of this institution will begin
>n the 1st day o? October 1863, and end on the Thurs
Uy before the 4th of July, 1669.
The organization of the Institution is very com?
plete, embracing extensive and thorough courses of
netruc tion in Literature and Science, and in the pro
'estions o? Law, Mi dicine and Engineering.
ESTIMATED EXTENSES-exclusive of books, clothing
md pocket money--of the Academic student
(SCO; of the l aw student $365, and of the Medical
For particulars send for Catalogue to Wm. Werten
Mker, Secretary, or 8. MAUPDN,
Chairman of the Faculty.
P. O. "University of Virginia."
WASHINGTON COLLEGE, LEXING?
TON, VA.-The next session opens third
Thurtday in September, 1868, and closes fourth
1 hursfay in June, 1869. The Faculty constats of
3ene/al B. E. LEE. President, with P ofessors oi
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Modern Languages,
Koral Philosophy History and English Language
md Literature. Applied Mathematics, Natural Phi?
losophy, Chemistry arfti Law and fcquify. Tueso are
Jistribut^d into: 1. F.oulty or Arti; 2. Faculty of
Science; 3 Faculty of Literature and Philosophy; 4.
F eel ty of Law. In each of these is conferred a dis?
tinct Bachelor'? Desiree and tho Depree of Matter of
Art? ls open aliko to students in each com se. in the
Department of Science are conferred also Profusion
tl Diplomat ot civil Engineer aud Mining Engineer.
By thu ai J of a lull corps or assistant Protet-80< e, pro?
vision is made for thorough drilling in the Depart?
ments ot English, Ancient and Modern Languages
EXPIASES,-All necessary expenses need not ex?
For mil particulars apply to
1. C. GORDON, Clerk of Faculty.
Joly 30 _Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENTWOBrH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOB THE EXERCISES DJ ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, HEADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per mouth in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 0. H. BERGM'ANN.
MILLWARD R R?THERS, PBOPniT^us,
jyj- ADAME G1DIERE,
COKNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. O.
Transient Board S~ SO per Day.
April VJ _
E W YORK HOTEL,
No. 7 21 BR O AD WA 7,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETII di CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRsT-OLAS*
HOTEL, a? ponularly known in former time
under tho manai'.r-eut o J. ll. MOSNOT, Esq., aud
more recently unde t .at of HIRAM CRANSTON k
C. .., -.a now undei the proprietorship ot Messrs. D.
M. HILDKE i H ?: T. B. ROCKWAY, uncr tho firm ol
D. M. UILDllETS ft CO.
The 6cuior ?.armer from hie louu experience a? II
piopricior of tho Veranda. SL l.o Hand St Charlee
Hotels of New OrlcanH, flatter* biiaself i Lut be eau
aesuro bis fr ends and he public centrally, t'-at its
former world-wide reputation as a popular firdt-clasa
Ho?', shah be fully sustained under Hs present
manaecmenu lyr* Fenruarv 13
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CH Y TUBAKUBY, 1st Julv, 1868.-U-der an
Ordinance -To Raise Suppbes lortbe year 1868," tho
SECOND TN^TALMENi OF TAX ed ON REAL
ESTAI E is required -nor befare the last day of
July, and if uot paid executions shall issue In twenty
days thereafter. 8. THOMAS,
July 1 City Treasurer.
WORKING COMMITTEE, WARD No. ?.
AMEETING OF THIS COMMITTEE WILL BE
held Th? Evening, at a quarter-past Eight
o'clock, at the Hibernian Hall. A rall sad general
attendance ia requested. The folio (ring gentlemen
compose the Committee :
ZIMMERMAN DAVIS, Chairman.
C. C. Trombo, D. Nhbet L. Habernlcht, Wm. J.
Axson, 0. Aiehel, James Simone, Jr., J. B.P. Alley,
Isaac Holmes, J. H. Ostendorff, Jr., A. 0. Barnet,
Thomas McCrady, T. B. Egleston, John Dougherty,
M. P. O'Connor, W. H. Easterby, M. P. Mathe?
son, H. H. Aloers, P. O'Donnell, A. StelHng, John
Kenny, Theodore Stoney, T. P. Lowndes, J. B.
Gnmball, Jr., Walter Webb.
ATTENTION I VOTERS UPWARD No. 3.
rTIHE BOLL BOOK FOB SIGNATURES OF THE
JL Voters of Ward No. 2 will be found at the
Stationery Depot of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogs
weil, No. 3 Eroad-street.
JAMES G. MOFFETT,
Recording Secretary Democratic Club Ward No. 2.
August 17 mwf
DESI'ICRATIC CL CB, WARD No. 5.
ATTEND A E. GULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF
THE CLUB, This Evening, at Eight o'clock, at
the Eagle Engine House.
WM. B. 6TEEDMAN,
The Working Committee will meet after adjourn
meat of the regalar meeting. 1 August 17
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERA?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TBE ABOVE As?
sociation takes place Thu Evenirg, at Mrsonic
b all, at eight o'clock. The o m cia! reports -will be
anno a i ced, and it is to be hoped that there Trill be a
full attendance on the part of the Stockholders.
By order of thc President.
JAS. J. GRACE,
August 17 1 . Secretary and Treasurer.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
AN EXTBA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will be held This (Monday) Evening, at Eight
o'clock. Candidates for the Sixth, Seventh and
Eighth Degrees will attend promptly.
By omer of 0. E. CHXOHZSTXS, T. P. G. M.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Augoit 37 1 Secretary pro tem.
BICK is dissolved from this date. The busi?
ness of the firm will bo attended to by the under?
signed In liquidation.
JAS. D. KIRKPATRICK,
No 6 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston, S. C., August 16, 1868.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
into a copartnership ander tne style of KIRKPAT?
RICK k WITTE, for the transaction of a FACTOR?
AGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, at No. 6 Ac?
JAMES D. KIRKPATRICK.
GE J. W. WITTE.
Charleston, 8. C., August 16,1868.
August 17 ssc ml toths6
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CB ABLESTON, 8. C.,
August ll, 1868.-PARTICULAR NOTICE.-The lol
lowing ordiuance will be sttictly enforced on and
after tho 16th August, 1868.
By order of the Mayor. 0. B. 8IGWALD,
Chief of Po ice.
AN ORDINANCE TO LICENSE DOOS TS THE CITY OF
CHARLESTON, AND FOB OTHES PX7SP08ES.
L Be it ordained, That from and after tho passing
of this ordinance all dogs lound going at large in the
City of Charleston, except such as may wear cuch a
badge as .he City COUJCU may authorize tho sale of,
as provided for in the second clause of this section,
shall be liable to be kill eu by the Ci tv Police or such
parson or parsons as the Mayor mir authorize and
appoint for that purpose, and the owner ol' auch dog
or doga 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, sui table ford jgs, 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.
A The City Treasurer shall Issue nadgee immedi?
ately after tue passing of t-us ordinance, and annu?
ally thereafter, on the first day of January.
AM OBDDXANCE FOB THE DETTER OBSERVANCE OF THE
LORD'S DAT, COMMONLY CALLED SUNDAY, AMD FOB
OTHES PURPOSES THEREIN MENTIONED.
1. SEC. I. Be it ordained, That from and after the
publication of this ordinance, n? tradesman, laborer,
or other person what/toeve*. shall do or exercise any
worldly labor, business or work of their ordinary
callings, on the Lord's Day, (works of necessity,
charity, and the necessary occasions of the fomdy
excepted); and every person of the age of fifteen
years and upwards, so offending, shall, for every
such offence, i oriel t a sum not exceeding twenty dol?
2. SEO. TL NO person or persons whatsoever shall
publicly expo*o to sale, or sell in an; shop, ware
boose or otherwise, any gooda, wares or merchan?
dise whatsoever, upon the Lora's Day; and every
person so offending shall, for every each offence, be
liable to be fined in any sum not exceeoing twenty
3. . EG. m. No sports, pastimes, public exercises,
or exhibitions or games whatsoever shall be allowed
on tue Lord's Day; and every person so offending
shall fe rf eft, for every auch offence, a sum not ex- J
ceeding twenty dollars.
A SEC. IV. Ii any person or persons whatsoever shall
dist orb 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 J
Subllc place of worship, of any sect of religion, with
i this cit>, ho, she or they shall, for every such
offence, be liable to be fined in any som not exceed?
ing twenty dollars.
6. SEO. V. It any person or persons shall employ
any servant or servants to work or labor on the
Lord's Day, within this city (works of a> solute ne
ces-ity and tho necesary occasions of the family ex?
cepted), every person to offending shall, for every
such offence, forfeit a sum not exceeding twenty dol?
6. SEO. VI. All fines and penalties hereby impos?
ed, shall be sued for and recovered tor the use of the
Corporation, and any persons or persons refusing to
pay such fine, after conviction, snail be committed
to the common gaol or boase 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 snail 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 lifter the offence ls committed.
CITY TREASURY, JULY 1, 1868.-NO
TI"E 10 HOLDE Its <<F FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-Tbe File Loan Coupons duo this day and
payable in tho City of New York, will be paid ou pre?
sentation at this Office. H. TB0MA8,
July 2_City Treasurer.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE.-MAIN
GUABDHOU B, CHARLESTON, S. C. April 7,
1868.-NOTICE.-Iho Grdiaance prohlHtiog the
firing of gnus, pistols, squibs, Ac. within the city
limits, will hereafter be strictly onforced.
bhoo'ing on to? farms, streets, lanes and roads
sooth of the Forks of the Road is a violation of the
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. SIGWALD,
April 6_Chief of Pjlice.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 1
CITY HALL, April 28,1868. J
FARMERS AND OTHERS ARE REQUESTED
not to drive over the line of the Meeting street
Ro'd, between Spring and Rumney-streets, during
the o.\ecution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
quested not to use the Meeting-street Road at all.
The disturbance of all the grade and alignment
pegs, recently put up, renders it necessary to make
the above request. LOUIS J. BA RHOP,
April 30_City Engineer.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, I
CITY HALL. CHARLESTON. March 12th, 1868, J
ALL PROPER I ? HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Meeting-street, and other cuzens interested
in the building ot a Sholl Road o.i Meeting-street,
from Spring-street to the City Gout dary, are hereby
respectfully informed that ii Book or rascription
will bu open, d for -their signatures in my office io- I ?
day. an i that when auch an aniount ls pledged, as j
In tho judgment of the Oliy Civil Engineer will war?
rant the undertaking, the worn will bo forthwith
commenced. L'. Ulsj. HAR HOT.
March 13 City Civil Engineer.
?MP^ilC 1 IA\TS OF CHARLESTON"
THE ?UMTEB NEWS
TUB ABOV'i NAMSD PIPER I? PUBLISHED
wrc!;l.. ni ctii itcr, S. (', wa'Cn, being immediately on
thc VVi.'inkigtou alu' Manchester Railroad, and h ve
lug a largo circulation in the si chou tn which il ie
pti'-IKir?, is offered as a desirable advertising me
thurn. 'Terms liberal.
Address, DARR k O-VTEEN,
May 6 Proprietors
rpHE BENNICTTSVlXiltE JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED IN BENN ETTA VILLE, S. C., BY
STUUBS & LITTLE, Proprietors. WM. LITTLE,
Editor; A. A SlUBB -, Publisher.
Tho extensive clrcubtion of the Bennettsville
Journal in the Pee lion counrr?, renders it a supe
nor advertising medium for the m?chants and bu?
siness men of Charleston, who desire to extend their
bu-iuess in this section nf the State. The proprie?
tors have resolvod to advertise at prices to s it the
times, i ho Jour al is the only paper published in
this po- tien of the State.
The editor will devote h's time and energy to pro?
mote the lutenists aud maintain tho supremacy of
tho white race, and will unflinchingly perform bis
doty in tn? defenco of right and justice.
fri) (Br?&s, (Etr.
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
AEENOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOEEIGN DBI GOODS, FANCY
ABITOLES AND NOTIONS,
mitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
ind prices ls respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An agent in N ew York will furnish sup?
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos
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GILLETT. Democracy in the United States; what
t has done, what it is doinand what it will do. By
Ransom H. Gillett. 1 vol., 12mo. $2.
POLLARD The Lost Cause Regained. By Ed?
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LIDDON. University Sermons; by Bev. H. P.
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ie the greatest living preacher in England." 1 voL,
MOBBIS. The Earthly Paradise ; a Poem by Wm.
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Tosiah Hoopes. 1 voL, limo. $3.
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By Eis Excellency Roberl K. Scott, Governor
of the State of South Carolina.
EXECUTIVE I EPABTMENT, )
COLUMBIA, August 13.1868. J
WHEREAS. INFORMATION HAi BEhN HECtlV
?D at this Department that a wilful murder was
committed ou the Slat ultimo, near Midway, Barn?
well County, on the body ot TONY KNIGHT by
V1LLIAM F. PATRICK, and that said Patrick has
led from justice:
Now know yo, that I, BOBEBT K. SCOTT, Govorn
ir of the State of rr ou th Carolina, in order tnat the
inda ot justice may bo subserved, and the said WU
iam F. Patrick may be brought to trial and condign
mnishment, do hereby offer a reward of Two Hun
Ired Dollars for his arrest and sale deUvery in any
ail ol the United rf ta tes.
Said Patrica is about 18 or 20 years of age, light
omplexion, light hair (wore it long), bine eyes, and
isa lost three fingers t om his right hand.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my band
and caused the great seal of tho State to be
affixed, at columbia, this 13th day of August,
L. a.] in tbe year of our Lord, 18tW, and in tho mm -
ty-third year of the independence or the Uni?
ted States of America.
ROBERT K SCOTT,
Governor State South Carolina.
F. L. CABDOZA, Secretary of Shue.
August 17 mwf4
MEDICAL AOTHE.-PATIENTS SUF?
FERING from 1 iseises pertaining to the
JLNIIO URINARY OUGANS. will receive the latest
identifie treatment, by placing themselves under
he CIT.- of Dr. T. BEEN i.STERNA, Office No. 74
3ASEL-STBLET, three doors east from tho Post
ifflce. ._ mal mo
Q_ULLETT'S PATENT STEEL BRUSH
THE ?UBSCRIBEB IS NOW PREPARED TO RE
JE) VE orders for the above celebrated GINS J heir
nerita were fully tested last season; and to those in
vant of Gins this your reference is given to tho sevc
?al Factors sud Cotton Merchants of this city.
Ca-.al igues, giving fuU particulars, may be had on
ipplica?on to C. GRAVELLY.
No. 62 Eist Bay, South of thc Old i-ostofhce,
Agent for tbe State of south Cm olin?..
July 20 ml3
Q.KEKNBACKS FOR THE PEOPLE]
GREENBACKS FOR EVERYBODY,
7REENBA CK STA HONER Y EA CKA GE !
EACH PACKAGE CONTAINS AN ASSORTMENT
if our improved artioles of STATIONERY, anda dls
ributtonof Greenbacks in sums of
51, sa, 95, 810, sao, 850, sioo.
Price for tho whole only FIFTY 0ENTS. Sent
lostr aid on receipt ot tho price.
jttig-AgenU wanted io circulate the GREENBACK.
Active men eau realize rive to ten dollars per day.
For further particulars send led stamp fur circu?
AMERICAN STATIONER'S COMPANY,
No. 155 West Baltimore-street, Baltic ore, Md..
July 20 mwf Imo Postoffioe Box 1424.
JOK.V 8. HOKLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY. OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that be boa commenced the COAL
IND GKM'RAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
?licite a antre of their patronage.
3 AA T0N8 BEST QUALITY BED ASH COAL,
J U U now landing, wbictt I off. r at Nine Dol?
ara a ton cash, delivered, although Coal in mair/
ns tancea has advanced a dollar a ton on account ot
he strike m the mmes.
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
Office East Bay, opposite Union Wharves.
GEO. W. WI L L?A US & CO.
OFFER FOB SALB,
LT THE LOWEST MARKET BATES t
TAMA SACKS LIVERPOOL 8ALT
J U U U 200 balea Gnnny Cloth
600 coils Hemp and Manilla Bale Kopo
100 hide. Muscovado Sugars
600 bbls. Clarified and Crushed Sugars
100 hhds. Cuba Molasses
600 kegs Nails, 4 to 20
200 bags Bio and Java Coffee
Candles, Soap, Starch
Powder, Shot, Lead, Ar., frc.
Charleston, S. C., August 12th, 1868.
CHOICE GROCERY SUGARS
20 fo?^arrels } V*01T GEOOEBY SUGARS
40 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
For sale low, to close consignment, by
RISLEY fr CREIGHTON,
August 14_Nos. 143 and 146 East Bay.
TEAS AND COFFEES. *
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEAS
of various qualities and prices.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
ST. DOMINGO AND_
)f different grades.
FEtSH BJASTED AND GROUND COFFEE al?
lays on hand at the
CO-OPEBATIVE GROCERY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street. ;
JW Goods delivered free.
MARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
ME ETI S G STREETS,
AN-EXTENSIVE, VAR TED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES 07
LIFE and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
2to.-will at all times be found at the above Store,
is'abliahed under the auspnes of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPEBATIVE ASSOCIATION'," and
irhich will continue and extend tho advantages lt
?ready offers to the public. Fresb arrivals and -
jargains wul be regularly reported, and every iacili
7 afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set form ia
ts charter, "To furnish numbers and tho public
arith the necessaries of life of -?ood q lality, unad ul to?
uted, said at lowest marks' rates, and from tba
profits of such sales to atc-miniate capital for Us
Copies of the ConstHnlion and By-Laws can bo
bund at tho store or the Association, and t?l in?
quiries regarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL. Assistant.
CHLORIDE Of LIME.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
IHE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE Bf
E. n. KELL EES fr CO.,
March 28 No. 131 Meeting-street
WM. KNABE & CO.,
PIANO F O B T E 8],
April 20 6mo
UKES KNOX.JOHN GILL
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, BICE, frc, respect?
?ully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
nth care and attention.
QI LUCIR HOUSE,
* MONUMENT SQUARE,
KIRKLAND dt CO-, Proprietors.
RUMSEN, CARROLL & CO,
PRESERVERS, PIC KL SR?, OYSTER PACKERS, fro*
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MLLE,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALFRED JENEINS, JB.
liODERT H. JENKINS.
gDW. JENKINS ^ di SUNS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
SADDLER! AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 6mos Baltimore, M '
Q.EORGE R. GAlTHrfR, JR., di CO.,
GENERALPRODUCE COMMISSION 1LERCHANT8,
No. 4 Camden-strect, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
H. GUPPY di CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AMD OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STREET,
?. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
pt KIFFIN, BROTHER & CO.,
COMMISSION MEROE ANTS]
No. 105 LOMBABD-STREbT,
April 22 ' 6moa
H E U E ?Ts
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
Couth side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor
lughly trained to his business, and ls prepared to
lerve his friends and the pablic generally in the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz: