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* : -Gold yesterday at New. York closed weak ,
- -The Now York cotton market closed
ahada lower; eales 1500 bales, at 30?30?c,
- -AtLiverpool cotton closed firm and more
! ??Uve;' sates 12,000 bales; uplands 10|d.
. -A "beautiful Jewess" ia in training for the
Vatagetia.NewYork- . ? ..
il? -Thaddeus Stevens never tasted wine or ;
i ' ? New York je weller baa received: an order j
.: for a $1000 engagement nug. .
I at -Hrs. Vanderbilt's fane.
o? Large. qujwtitjf s of : wheat are en route from
Cahrarma- tc Now York. ^ .
' - There are TIOW onlyfiten ahipa owned in
"IStS??i B??ne, where there ww
-The first bale of new,cotton, raised by a
Texas negro, and which won there a prize of a
Bilvar pitch er, haspyp. re c o ive d, at Boston.
-Five' hundred barrels of lager beer werej
drank at the recent German Turners' festival
in Hartford, Connecticut, yet not a Bingle par
ticipant was seen drunk.
-General McMahonT the new Minister to
Paraguay; ia to be instructed to ase his,best
efforts to restore peace between that repubhq
and th6 allies'waging:war against ber. .
- -Lieut, McGee, of the 20th United States;
Infantry, stationed at Baton Bonge, recently,
killed Dr. Braman, surgeon of the post, in a
-?.The official vote in Kentucky for Governor
'stands-Stevinson,JDemocrat, 115,534; for Ba?
ker, Bepubucan, 26,275. Democratic majority,'
89,249. The Bemocracic vote is 25,200 more
? than last year, and the Be publican vote is 7654
.'<" -ThePa-trie, of Paris, advises that the dispute
bstweeijL ; tho Doited Stated and Great Britain
' concerning the Alabama . claim s be referred to
tho arbitration of one. of the great Powers as
the only means of arriving at a definite and
- fiaal settlement.
-Tba brioAlayerB' Strike in New. York is aa
f .ar from adjustment as ?ver, crediting there
ports from both eldefC vTbe. nen say they are,
I grand albj etropgeg to-day than they were two
VTBeks.ago, and can maintain the strike for an
indite.tem, and' the master masons, ata
"late meeting, voted to . adhere to the -origi nal
reaoJr?ioh to employ nono but ten-hour men.
-The semi-official correspondence cf Berlin
praises Baron VcuiBnest's recent speech at the
line meeting in Vienna, ott account of the ad?
mission that. .Ajoslria is no longer a German
' State, nor ' tanga? considers herself a guiding
innoens* over Germany. It states further |
that Pr^aa^ .w^ not guarreL^th'4?M
long as she adheres faithfully to the priaoiplea
of peAce and 'reconciliation thoa laid do wn.
-Advices from Buenos Ayre? state that
fo*yfw*TTI????TI wnfaiagA msr perpetrated at San
G^ioe, ia the. Proviuce o? Murdez?, on the 15th
of June. ;<S^e, hundred Indians, headed by Pe?
rex, a bancht>Centered the. town, took the com-:
mander, bia pen anda few citizens, and dragged j
.them out with ropes, and subsequently toma?
hawked them and cut their throats. For three
days they revelled in cruelty, m urder; plunder |
and Ijcmse^bun?ng. ' Many women were car
:ried ?ff half naked error snowy plains and
,-^-Tbo Freeman'a Journal (Boman Cathodic
P?P<sry denies th? bapt ism of t h e lat e Tbadd e us
8tev?o? hy the Sisters of Charity. Toe same
5 papar quotes'the statement that?Mr. Stevens,
' when aaked, "hy a Sister o F Charity, jome len j
inmates I>ef ?re-desih, if he would be baptised,
replied thtt ho had "no objections."" On this
the Freeman's Journal says : "Baptism to
adult* *snot given ou the ground of 'no objec?
tions, ' but on their 'asking' of the Catholic
" r'faith,' to lead them to 'life eter
? ^professing their desire to bs bap
-iAst spring the report? of the experiments
conducted in New York and Boston as to the
practi?ability of using petroleum AS fuel on
steamboats'Were published. We have now to
announce a repetition of those trials at De?
troit, 'Michigan, on last Tuesday. The method
Of appHcaiaon appears to be the same aa in the
Boston, experimente, and the -general opinion
esnreased by the Detroit steamboat men was
favorable. As to the question of relative cost,
it was" 'claimed that crudo oil, at the. present;
price of from sixty to eighty cents a barrel,
WiH only be 'one-half as expensive as'wood. A;
barrel,it waa asserted, witt go as far al's cord
qf weed, and the oil to do the work of forty
ooros can be pu t m ibe space occupied byfour
tfdrcls,. ieaying the Bpace taken up by the thirty
six'cords for freight,
-There is a report current that Salnave has
ceded the. Mole of St. Nicholas to the United
States. St. Nicholas Is on the Cuban coast
about three hundred milos from St. Thomas,
at the extremity of a deep bay, defended from
tho sea by a natural rooky breakwater that
nearly closes it. .The channel leading in can
tafcasily commanded by forts on either side,
and is so close io the shore that vessels pass?
ing by oould be destroyed by rocks hurled
from the cliffs. This occurred to a French
Teasel daring Ih'? Haytieh war of indepen?
dence; The chief embarrassment at present
is, thai Pain a vo has no control over St. Nicho?
las, and pan bav? nono till he conquers it. If
he ia fortunate and succeeds as he hopes, it is
said to be the design to give np the Saman*
or St. Thomas negotiations, and make this the
naval station in the West Indies, which Mr.
Sea ari! Las been for a long time trying to
-A New York city bank recently received on
deposit a fifty dollar note of the First National
Bank of New Jersey, and sent it to that bank
forreokmpfton. TheefSoer of that institution
returned it, saying: that the signatures were
forged. The plato being ? genuino and the bill
bearing the treasury stamp,' there was no pos?
sible way for the public to guard against the
fraud, and the holders of the note sent it on to
the Treasury Department at Washington to ask
who would ? father the lo?s? Mr. Hubbard,
Comptroller of the Treasury, in reply writes as
follows: "Ican-only state that, iu my judg?
ment, the Ic^s" must rest upon the p>?rty who
dspoal^ the note witii'your bank, until such
party can be relieved, 'through its acceptance
by th? preceding holder, and so on, from hf n 1
_.? K. ? > _ "- _2
to, hand, as prior holders caa be ascertaine
The fast is establishei"that this impression
fifty dollars WM surreptitiously taken 'som tl
office. At j present, however, no provision
law nor money appropriation exists to enab
this department lo redeem the note or indee
nify its holder. The ftftyjlollar note reten
"lo ?B returned herewith,"
. I -o
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 186
For President..HORATIO SBJIiMOl'l
For vice-President.....FR.AJ5C1S P. BLAIR.
Tile Fall Trade of Charleston.
A prolonged season of depression an
disaster, through which the business cou
munity of Charleston and the planting ii
ter est of our seaboard have struggled wit
manful persistence, is fast drawing to
close. The crops are now sufficiently we
advanced to justify the. belief that the y iel
will, be mu oh the most abundant that ha
been gathered since the war. Nor will th
planter be sacrificed, as last year, by bein
forced to thrust nia ootton at ruinous price
upon a falling market. The last two sea
son? have taughMhima costly lessen of pru
dence and economy; thc exorbitant wage
once demanded and obtained by 1 he freed
men have either been brought down to
reasonable standard, or ?he laborer ha
been induced to share the risks of his em
ployer; the use of expensive fertilisers ha
been sparing and judicious; .and the plant
ing operations of the year, involving but i
fraction.of the outlay so recklessly incurre<
in '66 and '67, will, thero is reason to hope
be proportionately more remunerative ii
result* ~ ? The position of our Tao tors, too, i
vae.ly stronger and more satisfactory thai
at any period since the war. The embar
rassments. and 1 OBS es Which they had sui
fer ed, owing to the previous failure o
crops, compelled them at the opening o
.the presentoeason, either to withhold ad
vanees altogether, or te make them witl
the utraoat caution and on a very limit?e
scale. Hence,-hampered by no heavy ob?
ligations, they can the better afford to fol?
low their judgment in choosing the time foi
placing their cotton upon the market, eo SE
to insure the largest return to themselves,
to the planters?, and, indirectly, to Che whole
community. . .. i \u
This improvement in the condition of om
great agricultural and oemmeroial interest
muBt and will react at once and ch eeringly
upon the general business of Charleston.
The jobber will find his country orders
multiplying as they hare not done since
1866, when the whole country was bare of
merchandise, and every household; needed
supplies. The tradesman will be gladdened
by a brisk revival of the retail trade. The
rebuilding of the burnt district will receive
a fresh impetus, sod the services of the
mechanic VF ill be in active and steady de?
mand. Even the professional man, whose
lot it baa too often been to work without
pay during the last two years, will feel the
ohaoge, in the increased facility of collect?
ing hills, both .old and. new. Let us hope
that no politioal troubles will arise to dis?
turb this current of business which must
soon set in, and that all classes of our peo?
ple will work together, earner '? and confi?
dently, to make Charleston rio. r and more
prosperous than she has ever been in the
The Address to tike Colored People.
The slanders and misrepresentations of
the Radicals in the South make it necessary
that, the Southern Democrats should an?
nounce authoritatively what ara the princi?
ple? that will direot the course of the De?
mocracy in regard to the colored race.
Th?r has already been clone indirectly and
in general terms; but it was thought best
in this State to issue an address, under the
auspices of the Charleston Central Demo?
cratic Club, which, should inform the freed?
men definitely and clearly what the Demo?
crats could both promise and perform.
. This address is. published in our columns
this mern in g. It is plain, precise and un?
mistakable in its language. No man oah
be in doubt as to-'its meaning; nor need any
colored man hereafter say that he has had
no opportunity of learning what ate the
purposes and desires of the Democratic
party, and what results would follow a Dem?
: The address opens with the broad state?
ment that the whites bro naturally the
friends of the colored people, and shows
that while the whites have capital, have laud
and oan give employment, the blacks have
nothing but labor., The whites have wealth, :
education and advancement in civilization,
while the negroes are.ignorant and unedu?
cated; there are thirty millions of whites
and less than fourmillions of blacks. The:
whites can do without the blacks, Jbut are
de termined to use all their advantages for1
the advancement and welfare of the colored'
people, who must now make their choice
between friendship and enmity. .
The colored people, misled by white ad?
venturers, are inviting a conflict with the
whites, which would become a conflict be?
tween the white race and the blaok raoe.
They prove this -by their riotous and law?
less conduct; but if the fight comes it will
be between thirty millions of white men
and three millions of blacks. War and Rad?
ical rule have taught the whites wisdom; if
there is massacre and bloodshed the blame,
shall not rest upon the white Southerners.
The address then goes on to show the
falsity of the statement that the Democrats
intend to restore slavery. The constitu?
tional amendment abolishing slavery could
not become a part of the supreme law with?
out the approval of three-fourths of all the
States. The Southern Legislatures ratified
the amendment, the necessary three fourths
were obtaiued, and slavery was abolished
forever. Butthe Radicals overturned the
Southern LegLIatures whioh, in 1805, abol?
ished slavery, and, by the Reconstruction
acts, declared them illegal. If they were
illegal, these acto were illegal, and slavery
is still an open question; the Democrats
claim that they were legal, and that the
slavery question is settled beyond all doubt
.. The address then reminds the colored
people that they hold the supreme political
power in the State, and shows that they
have misused their power, by giving the
administration of the affairs of the Btate
to knaves and adventurers, to whom the
colored men are superior in ability, prop?
erty, respectability and character. Every
one oan see the irresponsible character of
our government, and no'one will trust ?.
In conclusion, the address shows, that
the colored people remain hostile, the labor
of the white man will be substituted for
their labor, and that the fate of their race
will be that of the Indian. They are told
that they must now make their choioe; on
the one side peace and prosperity, and on
the other side wretchedness and ruin
As we said before, the address is lucidly
aud cogently written, and it goes forth with
the sanction and by authority of the Democ?
racy of Charleston. We hope that it will
be widely circulated as a campaign paper.
TEE New York Times speaks as follows of
the social equality bill brought before our
motley legislators : "A nice question has re?
cently arisen in the S ou th Carolina Legisla?
ture in which the elementa of social and po
"1 i teal equality are strangely blended. ' The.
"blacks claim that-they ought not to be de?
emed accommodation at tho public hotels.
"There is some justice in this claim. Why
"should they be excluded from hotels and
"not from the railroad car or the steam?
boat ? We will not enter into the merits
"of this question on the ground of justice.
"Thefa?t,-however, that'the prejudice of'
"the whites ia BO strongly against the claim
"put forth is a sufficient reason why the
"negroes should waive it for the present
"If there is a demand for the accommoda
"tion of freedmen at hotels, some means of j
"supplying it will arise without legal inter?
ference. The freedmen can afford to wait. "
VERMONT holds her election on Septem?
ber 1. State officers and Congressmen are -
to be ohosen. The candidates for Governor
are John G. Page (Rep ) the present Execu?
tive, and J. L, Edwards (Dem ) Page's
majority over Ed wards last year was 20,184.
The candidates for Congress are. Demo?
crats:; John "tain, Charles M. Chase and
Waldo Brigham. Republican, Charles W.
Willard, Luke P. Pollard and Worthington
THE Maine election is to be held Septem?
ber 14. State officers and Congressmen
are to be chosen. Joshua L. Chamberlain
(Rep.) and Eben F. Pillsbury (Dem.) are
the rival Candidates fdr Governor. .Cham?
berlain Was elected Governor over Pills?
bury in 1867, by a.majority of 11,614. The
Democratic nominations for Congress are :
Charles W. Shaw, A. Careel on, M. E. W.
Farley, G. W. Ladd and Arno Wis well.
CALIFORNIA, elects her Congressmen on
September 8. The nominations are, Demo?
srats : S. B. Astell, Janies W. Coffroth and
Tames A. Johnson. Republicans: Fi M.
Rickley, A. A. Sargent and Chancellor
Sanson. Last year the Democratic, maj or?
ly was 9?0?.
? By GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of ?harluton.
Cm HALT, MATOB'S Omer.. \
. CHABI?STON, 8. G., August 18,1868. I
Believing it the sincere desire of every individual
in this community to aasm in preserving tho public
peace, and maintaining the dignity of the laws; feel?
ing, in the political t x ci tem cn t now pervading all clas?
ses of our people, that through ?'single act of violence,
a (her Ly accident or otherwise, we may be over?
whelmed in a deplorable breach of law and order
I, GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of the city afore?
said, do call upon all good citizens to abstain as tar
is possible from an public demonstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. Lot each one regard him?
self aa answerable to.the public for the good con
luct of all, Let no cms, m the exorcise of liberty
lo that against tho law which wi il bylaw deprive
ilm of his liberty. The public, peace must and
man be preserved.
Siren under my hand, and the seal of the dry
[a. a] Ula date and year above mentioned.
'GEORGE W. CLARK, Maror.
August20 . . : J...U
Piss??ittoii nf Copartnership.
?SOLUTION OF COPAHTHER8HIP.
Tho Firm of HAMLET A Mc CAN"! t? is this .
lay dissolved hy mutual consent. '
J. W HAMLET will continue the business on his
>wn account, ant) is alone authorized to settle the
^flairs of the tate arm. J. W. HAMLET,
. JOHN MoCANTi.
Mount Holly, S. C.. August ll, 1868.
DISSOLUTION t)F COPARTNERSHIP.
The firm of MOsES A MCNATR is dissolved
tty mutual consent JOHN T. Mes AIR will pay and
xulect all the debts of the firm, and ls alone author
Ized ' o use the.name of the firm in liquidation.
[Signed J r' A. J. MOSES.
JOHN T. MoNAIR.
Cheraw, 8. C., August a, 1868.
^ (City JliWi1i$fwents.
8. C.,-ADOUBT 26,1868.-Taken up going at
large, contrary to City Ordinance, and lodged at this
Post, a white and yellow RET J ER DOO. The owner
?aa obtain the same by proving property and paying
ixpe ns ea. Jv HM C. MENGT r,
August 26 1st Lieut L. W. P. and o. D.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES.
CHARLESTON, s. C.. August 26,1868.-Becov
>xed and brought to this office one very, fine and val?
u?le MOLD BRACELET. The owner can have the
tame by proving properly and payiug expenses.
H. W. HENDRICKS.
, First Lieutenant and Chief of LetecUves.
Ausust28 . ', _. 3
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, 8. C., AU?
GUST 24, 1868.-The following section of au ordi?
nance, ratified September 17, 1821, is hereby pub?
lished for the information ot all whom lt ma* con
zero, ahel will be strictly enforced on und after this
late: :-1 1
-By order of the Mayor.
O. B. 8IGWALD,
Chief of Police.
"No drum shall be beaten in the streets, or In any
private yard or place m this city, after dark, except?
ing in cases of alarm, and then by i he order oi some
:ivii authority to direct the same, under a penalti of
twenty dollars for each offence. 10 August 24
CITY TREASURY, JULY I, 1868,-NO?
TICE TO HOLDERS HF FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-The Fite Loan Conpona dne this day aad
payable in the City of New York, will De paH on pre?
sentation at tins Office. 8. THOMAS,
July 2 City Treasurer.
OFFICE CHIEF "F CII'Y DETEC?
TIVES, CHARLESTON, 8. C.. AUGUST 21,
1868.-Recovered and brought to this office, one
small GRAY FILLY. The owner can have the i ame
?y proviDg property and paying expenses.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
First Lieutenant and Chief of Detectives.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE.-Jil I IN
GL'ARDHOU B, CHARLESTON, S. C. April 7,
1868.-NOTIC*..-The Ordinance prohlWtlng the
liriug ol' guns, pistols, squibs, Ac., within the city
limits, will .hereafter be strictly enforced.
bhoo'ing on tue fanas, streets, lanes and roads
south of the Forks of the Road is a violation of the
By order of Mayor COOSWEXX.
C. B. SIGWALD,
April C Obie* of Pjlice.
SHELL, KOA ii.
GU Y ENGINEER'S OFFICE. I
_ CITT liAtx. April 28.1868. J
T7URMERS AND OIHEHS A Ri-, REQUESTED
_L not to drive over the tine ol the Meeiiug street
Ko id, between Sprigg and Rumney-streets, dunn J
the execution of the work. Cattle orinen are re?
cueste-I not to UBB the Mcotiug-stieet Road at all.
1 be disturbance of all tho grade and auigumenl
pego, recently put up, renders it necessary to make
tho above request. LOUIS J. BAU HOT,
April 30 City Engineer.
WANTED TO RENT, A SMALL BOOM
for an office, within five minuto' walk of the
Old Postofflce. Apply at THIS OFFICE,
August 26 2
WANTED TO PUK CHASE, A SMALL
HOUSE, in a central part of the city. Parties
wishing- to conmranicate w?l please address BEAL
ESTATE, at DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
WANTED, A SITUATION, BY A fOUNG
MAN, 22 yeirs old, well acquainted with the
Grocery Business. Can give the best of references,
and a?ts but a small compensation for the first year.
Address "B. 8. P.," Dan.! NEWS.
August 22 5*
TO THE UNEMPLOYED.-INDUSTRI?
OUS and educated gentlemen of good address
wanted as CANVASSERS" for a first class LIFE IN
8?BANCE COMPANY. Capacity and zeal are al?
ways well rewarded in tais vocation. Direct, with
real name, Postofflce Box No. 824, Bichmond, Vir.
gtola._imo _August 21
CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eight by ten Oval steel
Engravings of 8ETM0UR AND BLAIR, with or
without frames, sheets 26 cents each. Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Charts.
Ac, one hundred per cent profit Bambie packages
by mail for one' dollar. Address at once
GOODsPEED A CO.,
August 14 2m o* No. 87 Park Bow, N. Y.
WANTED BY A VIRGINIA LADY, A
situation in a pleasant family to teach the
usual ENOLLSH BBAN0HE8, FRENCH and MUSIC.
She has had several years' experience, and will go
either -outh or West References exchanged. Ad?
dress, immeillately, ?A. B. C.," care of Mr. W. P.
NuckoUB, Tolersville Depot, Louisa County, Va.
August 7 Imo*
GOOD BRICKLAYERS, WILLING TO
work ten hours a dar. at the rate of $6, will
find steady employment by calling oo or addressing
SECRETARY OF THE MECHANICS' AND TRA?
DERS' EXCHANGE, No. 61 Liberty.street, New
York. ? Imo?_August 7
'j can be obtained by application to the "UNION
H' 'ME," from 9 till ll o'clock daily.
Servants can also find places by application to the
same place, at the same benn Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers street
June 19 ?
WANTED, A SITUATION, IN ANY
capacity as a CLERK. The subscriber is
willing to engage in any business, and will make
himself g. nerauj. uaelul in any way, and be satisfied
wiui a very moderate salary. Address "L. vr.,"
Charleston, through tbe Postofflce. June 17
WANTED. A PLACE AS GARDENER.
Anex-m?mber of Hagood's Brigade, 0. S. A.,
who lost an arm lu the war, and who; ia now in re?
duced circumstances, is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charg? ot 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, DAXLT NZWB Office.
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT AS A
WATCHMAN, or lu any otb er capacity in
which he can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who ls in dUtresB for want of work. Ad?
dress -J. S.," Office of the DAILY NEWS.
April-21 , ._
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April 21 - Net 161 KTNG-8TREET.
FOR SALE, OUR TWENTY-FIVE
HORSE POWER STATIONARY ENGINE, with
double Boilers,made by Denmead,of baltimore; a
first class machine and but little used with Shafting,
Pulleys. Belting, Ac. Also, one thirty-six inch steam
Grist VDU, with Bolter and Gearing. One Saw Mill
complete, with lorry-e'ghi inch Circular Saw, ano
many other articles nearly new, suited for planta?
tion use. Apply to
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two adjoining TWO-SlORY HOUSES,-situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both hiving double
piazzas f.icing north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition and well ad ar ted for private resi?
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agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
tho OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
rRENT, A DESIRABLE TWO-AND
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o delightfully Bituatod HoUSE in Haeel-street,
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fist ant /nani.
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Drum Island, a FLAT,, about thirty feet keeL
The owner can have the same on application at
BROWN'S WHARF, Half Moon Batteiy.
August 26 _!.
SPECTACLES LO ST.-LOST, IN THE
Market, about ten o'clock j esterday (Wednesday)
morning a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES, for which a
suitable reward will be given if lett at the MERCURY
PRIVATE BOARDING.-MRS. R. C.
FINNEY respectfully informs her friends and
the pubic that she ls now prepared, to accommodate
families, having large and airy Rooms.
Board per week, $8; Transient, per day, $2; Day
Board per week, ta. 0 August 24
EEMOVAL.-DK. FRANCIS L. PAR?
KE ii bas removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HAS EL-STREET, two doors
eaat of the Postofflce. July 24
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.-THE
Forty-filth Passion of this institution will begin
ou the let day of Ootober 1663, and end on the Thurs?
day before the:4th of Jury, 1889.
The organization of the institution is very com?
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instruction in Literature and Science, and tat the pro-'
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ESTIMATED EXP*NEES-exclusive of booka, clothing
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For particulars send for Catalogue to Wm. Werten?
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P. 0. "University of Virginia."
WASHIXGTOV COLLEGE, LEXING?
TON, VA.-'I he next session opens third
Thursday in September, 1868. and closes fonrth
i hursday in June, 1869. The Faculty consists of
General B. K. LEE. President, with P ofessors ol
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Modem Languages,
Moral Philosoph-, Histor? und English Language
and Literature Applied Mathematics, N" .tura. Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and Law and equity. Tne&e are
distributed inter L Faculty of Arts; 2. Faculty of
Science; 3 Faculty of Literature and Philosophy; 4.
F culty of La w. In each of these is conferred a dis?
tinct Uacheloi '* De-Tee and the Dcpree of Master of
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For mil particulars apply lo
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NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
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AMEETING OP THE WORKING COMMITTEE,
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der of chairman. W. 8. ADAMS.
Augustas . 1 .
DEMOCRATS FBOM THE VABtOUS WABDS IN
the eily are cordially invited- to attend the
rogular weekly meeting of the Democratic Club of
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pected to address the meeting.
By order of the Committee,
WARD No. 3.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OP THE
Democratic Club of Ward No. 3 wiU be held
This Evening, at Eight o'clock, at Palmetto Engine
A full attendance is requested.
' By order. D. B. GLLLLLAND,
August 20 _1_Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 4.
nriBE REGULAS WEMBS MEETING WILL BE
.L held Thu Evening, at the MJSODAJ Hall.
W. M. MCOKENFUSS,
August 26 1_Becordlng Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 5.
ATTEND REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OP
the Club This Evening, at Eagle Enable Bonse,
at Eight o'clock. WM. B. bi EEDMAN,
August 26_1_ Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 6.
ri THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OP THI9
JL Club will be b?ld at the Hall of the Washington
Fire Engine Company, This Evening, at Eight
O'Clock. '? B. B. BAKER,
August 26 1 Becordlng Secretary.
SEVENTH WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
AMEETING OF THIS CLUB WILL BE HELD
This (Wednesday) Evening, at Fight o'clock. A
large attendance ia requested.
E. M. HACKEE,
August 26 1 Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 8.
"TIHE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
J. Club will be held This Evening, at quarter-past
Eight o'clock, at Manoa Engine House.
Business of importance will be brought forward,
and every clo zea of the ward should be present
W. WALTER BIL EY,
August 26 1 Becordlng Secretary.
ATTENTION I VOTERS OF WARD No. ?.
ryraE BOLL BOOK FOB SIGN ATURE ? OF THE
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well No. 3 Broad-street.
"7AME8 G. MOFFETT,
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Iii THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOB THE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH GASOLINA.-TN THE MATTER OF WIL?
LIAM H. CDTHBEBT, B AJNKRUPT.-EN BANK
BUPTCY.-To whom it may concern : The under?
signed hereby gi v-a notice of bis appointment as As?
signee of WILLIAM H. CUTHBERT, in the Dis?
trict of Beafonrt, and State of "outh Carolina, with?
in said District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
upon his own petition by the District Court of said
Dated the twenrv-flth day of August, A. D. 1868.
' F. J. PO EC HEB,
Ange st 36 w3 Assignee.
IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTES OF
THOMA8 PYE, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON TUE 29TH DAY OF MAY, A. D.
1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY-This
is to sive notice that on the seventeenth day of August,
A.D. 1868, a warrant in Bankruptcy wan taned against
the Estate .of THOMAS PYE, of CoUeton District
and State of South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition;
that the payment of any debts and delivery
of any property belonging to the said Bank?
rupt, to bim or for his'ni?, and the transfer of any
property by him are forbidden bylaw; that a meet?
ing of the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove
their d?bts, and to choose one or more assignees or
his estate, will be held ata Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, South
Carolina, before B. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on
the second day of November, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock
A.M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTBICT OF
(SOUTH OAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN'
P. BRADLEY, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON 'J HE 29TH DAY OF MAY,
A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT.-IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Thia ls to give notice that on the seven?
teenth day of August, A. D 1868, a Warrant in
Bankruptcy was Issued against the Estate of JOHN
P. BBALLEY, of Williamsburg District and State
of South Carolina, who has been adjudged1 a
Bankrupt, on bis own petition; that the pay?
ment ot any debts and delivery of any property
belonging to said Bankropt, to Mm or for bis use,
and the transfer of any property by him are for?
bidden bylaw; that a meeting of the Creditors of
tho said Bankrupt, to prove their "debts, and to
choose one or more Assignees of bis Estate, win be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 73
Broad-street, Charleston, South Carolina, before K.
B. CABPENTrB, Begistrac on the second day of
November, A. D. 1868, nt 2 o'clock, P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marsha] as Messenger.
August 26_ 1
IN THE BISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATT KR OF JOHN
8. BRADLEY, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 16TH DAY OF MAY, A, D.
1868; IN 8A1D COURT- IN BANKRUPTCY.-Thia is
to give notice that on the- seventeenth day of August.
A. D. 1868, a Warrant lo Bankruptcy was issued
against "the Estate of JOHN s. BRADLEY, of Sum?
ter District, and I State' ol South Carolina, who bas
been adjudged a Bankrupt on bia own petition;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him
or for his nae, and the transfer of .any property by
him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more Assignees of bis Estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at No. 73 Broad-*treet, Charleston, ?oath' Carolina,
before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the second
day of November, A. D. 1868, at 13 o'clock, M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
August 26 1 j
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August 35 Imo* Baltimore.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
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^ IL MOR HOUSE,
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E. AUSTIN JZNXrXB. ALTBED JENKINS, TB,
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April 22_Cmos_Baltimore. M
Q.EORGE H. ti A IT H ?i II. JR., di CO.,
COTTON FACTORS .
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Camden-street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
June 33 _
TJi H. GRUPY dc CO.,
* . i
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^j_RIFFIN, BROTHER ? CO.,
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TASTES KNOX.JOHN GILI
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Consignments of COTTON, RICE, *c, respect
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Orders for DOUN and BACON promptly executed
with caro and attention.
April 27 12mos?
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* BREAKFAST BACON, PIG
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EXTBA BREAKFAST BACON STRIPS
EXTRA SUGAR OCBED CITY SHOULDERS
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GENUINE OLMJOVEB^MENT JAVA.
, . ~ BIGOOFFEE.
A supply of ihe above just received per steamers
Monterey and Champion, and for sale low at the
'. CO-OPERATIVE GBOOEBY ?TOBE, -
." . . " No. 107 Marketstreet.
MW Goods delivered free.
Y1NEGAR, LAGER BEER, &c.
Ck f\ CASES PRIME C?D? B AND W. W. VINEGAB
Jj\J 20 casks Bot'led Lager Beer
. " 50 casks Bottled Ale and Porter
10 cases cheap Champagne
"Wine Bottles and Demijohns of all sizes.
For sale by GLACIUa & WITTE,
Angast 26 wm2_No. 66 East Bay.
OA cases CONGRESS WATER, pints .
AV 6 cases Congress Water, quart?.
G. W. AIMAB,
Corner Emf and Vanderhorst streets.
E8ALAS. AGENT FOB THE CHARLESTON
?Branch of tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Yalantma," would respectfully in vita the attention
of dealers and smokers to bis very larne stock of
HAVANA AND DOME3TIO BEGA BS. of uU grades
and sizes, excelled by few bi thia country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
Sample boxea sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, 0. O. D., or SO days' city accep?
No. 118 EAST BAT-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
August 24 mwrgmo
CEMENT, PLASTER, Lim
RAA BBLS. CEMENT, DT- STORE AN D -TO AR*
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200 bbla. Land Plaster
200 bbls. Calcined Piaster . . ?
3000 casks Limo, at the lime Kiln next Savannah
BaUroad. Wharf, Caononsboro', or at Store,
Laths, Hah-, Oven Tile, Fire Brick, Atc. i
For sale by OLNEY & CO.,
August 26 Nos, ll and 13 Vendue Range.
CORN MEAL AND GRIST.
1 f\(\ BARRELS CORN MEAL, FRE- H GROUND,
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J. C. H. OLAU8SEN,
August 21 6 Marke Merroe t.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
OFFER FOR SALB,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES J
?CADA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT . ,.
tH/U" 200 Dales Gunny Cloth '
600 coils Hemp and Manilla Baler Bone
100 hhds. Muscovado Sugars
600 bbls. Clarified and CrusheoSSugars
100 hhds. Cuba Molasses ,,
. -600 kegs Nails, 4 to"a?: r '' 1
200 bags Rio and Java Coffee
- ? Candles, Soap, Starch ' ' . f
Powder, Shpt, Lead. Acc., Aro.
Charleston, S, C., August 12th, 1868.
Angustia nao >; wfmlmo
CO-OPERATIVE G ROCE HY,
MARKET, BETWEEN KINO AND
(8 OUT EST JD E .)
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OP
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES'XIQUOBS,
etc.-will at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the suspires of the "PALMETTO .
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the adrautaga* it
already offers to the public. Freati arri vale - and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth ht
its charter, "To furnish Members and the public
with the necessaries of lifo of good q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and iroin. the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for ita
Copies of tlie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries regarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
July ll -'
COAL ! COAL !!
JOHN S. H OR lt BB C Br?--.
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he fas commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
COAL! COAL ! !
QA A TONS BEST QUALITY BED ASH COAL.
Ovv now landing, whica IoffVr at Nine Dol?
lars a ton cash, delivered. " ? "
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Oi TO East Bay, opposite. Union Wharves.
August 17 12
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Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
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July 13 mwf8mo
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33- Office No. 16 BBOAD-STREET, over the Peo?
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SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) Of
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL'STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHTSOLM.
y M. MARSHALL cV BROTHER,
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