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J -Gold closed yesterday in'New: York at 44j.
"J3-^? &^?eft jf^'X?? SPSS
and 'prices 'advanced. ~ Uplands, 'lld; sales
-The Chineas embassy leaves for Europe j
on the 9th proximo.
-Square parasols at? making their appear?
..V-?enry Keep; a wealthy New York capital- j
ie?Eas purchased a sito on Fifth avenue, on
which he proposes to erect a magnificent gallo
-Helena, Arkansas, is exhibitsg fins, white
dewing s?t, made^from cocoons raised in-Phil?
lipe Q>un;j, ta that 6iato.' It is said to'bo
- ? Penosylvania poesesses, in round numbers,.
4000 miles of : railroad "to Now York's 3000, or I
one mile of rail to twelve-square miles of ter-!
iitbryv"--^- -'tf ?ftS?3? SLfc.a\J ?$H |
-It is said that of ? the 245,000 shares of the]
capital-stock of the Illino is Central Ballway, all
%*m^^l-j^r<k?l^W/iiia^f^"/"?; owned by
" i?og&ehmen. -1-^' J^'^
here during the fate
!Vear aa-'*BuH:Eao'- Ruanet?-, ia aicarj^d^ts/for
the British Par liamena, ge opposes any)
metrication ihoMBlDCh^msblOT! JAD
A^Mam??^vinr rkttXake ?Oltyv. 36thdiKti?vm j
the presence of the*Saints','?%ham Young, tot
Hrs.-J. B. Martm,?MisaEraily F. Jlortin^ MiEsi
H M. 'PendergragtT.Mra. B.-M:; Jenickson/Miss'
jSusie P. aeveWI**tf of 'tW&unfj^BfxiBJ
^England. Nd cardar/ '. &aota -rrj ie ?iUibaa
friand: - "Everywhere I tin? ?he peopteinad
4BB intimide, ted by. Badical t are a ts. : My b um- !
gesa throughOTt;t?isfianvaflii wjr^rj?.'to^?rtriej
truthT withoul' fear ojyi^]t^g?f^B^p?^-1
ijejf or fte par^.*;-j; /.vfj:5J.>??*n?ru*?p j
. i -The rerigi?u? behef-offfi^ I
.of the Chin?se embaasy which Ur. Barna game
teres t. ? They are no t; it wonH seem, idolaters.
no Baldhisr or Taoist beto^BnMqskthe num?
ber. Confucian temples haye no idols. They
.are not, indeed, places^religious worship, for
, bo nfucius tau g h t n o thing, in respect to God or
;man,8 relations^ Dtfty. He^fe^hion^Bian's,
duty to man. - - : ' //l TO T: ?5
-The .^roieirbxi^ Con-. I
mention of Western New* York, at its recent see-i
satisfaction at the appointnWht Wiho fast Me?
thodist GOT eral (>mfe?nce of u oommasion^
the Pror-dStant Episcopal fl?nrontio? with ^ j
rjrosaing a hope that .fchftiGensral .Convention
wfll teapoh?^ The' Gt?gijt)t\^
?*lso requouted to rene wand .an largo 'the dom
mission on Christian unity,' appointed byi?m
.-ABOO..- ,?. j -:. M , tnluioawit?VS .'a rv ?no Ot-?
-. -John Buskin, th^faWOTa Erulish writer
Government shill purchase and manage all th 4
- railroads of tho kingdom- In a ..curious' Fetter
he argues that, private: persan? should not bo
permitted to .own the- railroads of a nation;.
that all means- of public traasit.should bo pro'
vld?d aVr^iic-exp?nse; 'to^i??lflieFrs?road
. nor canals should'' ever pay dividends to an;
and;no more, and that. the wholo work of car>
..^^^iMto'-RCOd?Bh^uia he do?eas the
ca?rrago of letmraisuowdone. v j
..general order containing ad - extract from tho
anny appropriation hil! passed during the- lint
.-??saion of thcThirty-ninth Congreee. ' Tho hill
J ?nsets that all militia loreee now organized ox
win.- servi oe in either of the States of Virginia,
liorth Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Flori
i^'AIabama,?Miss'isslppi'and Texas, 'be forth
with disbaiKkd, and that the further organiza
???ibji'iarj?b^ thb paid
mffitia- forces, .or. any part thereof, is hereby
jrbiiblted, 'ucder any circumstances whatever,
until the same shall be authorized by Congress.
The pubheation of thia extiact ja intended as
an explanation af the refusal of Secretaiy Scho?
field to furnish arms to the militia of the Sou th
. ern States an the application of the Governors,
?and for tho in/ormation of the officers of the
? army now on duty in the South.
-'. -Paris magasmea contain tho?ollowing: "At
. Hamburg has just been celebrated the wed?
ding of an Englishman, under-circumstances
' ih?l would certainly ferra fha text of an enter-?
taird^gj.j^^BtBe. ^W^lham P. was -twenty
two years' old, when bia father, a "p o or London
. shopkeeper,^ sent him to Hamburg. He ob
.tam?d? tSex? ? eituiition at the co anting house
0 a rich banker, who; had. a. very ? beautiful
.daughter. Winiam de termined to marry her.
He di splay ed mqeh a^fy-aa a banker, and en-,
^are^L,qne dayr tjte.rcom^ of hia_ employer, iio
Whom he said, 'Sir I have the honor to ask the
hand ot your daughter j. The .banker thought
_he was crtizy. 'huV he w?s'n?tl?ng'in finding
"out .that. ^'the'" 'young 'manVwasiin dead
eaiuset aaa. perfe??y sane. 'Ja that c?sei'
^ ?aid: tho banker, T will forthwith- kick
you out of this house.' ' Just - aa you
please, air,, only^-permit -me to- inform
you, 'first, that I am going to have an in~j
terest of one-third m tho London house of j
John H. & Co.* 'Tust alters the case.' ex
^claimed the bank?r;':,and if you can - bring me
' a letter from those gentlemen, confirming what
jrpu sayt we shall see.' William went to Lon
" don, took a cab, drove to Mr. John H., and said
to him, 'Sir, I wish to. become your partner,
. and take a third interest in your house.' 'Who
are you ? . 'Williami.' Mr. EL rang a belt for
a Berrant to kick Mr. P. out of the house, but
before th? - servant, who was to perform this
pleasant act, entered the room, the young man
added, 'In two weeks I shall marry.the, daugh
-ter of .Mr. Earl M., of Hamburg.' ;Ab, that
al tere tho case." Since a month W. P. is a part
? uer in the London house of John H. & Co.,
~and the happy son-in-law of the Hamburg
' -It may borhardly worth while to notice the
.malicioua - stoxiea-concexnin^ Jjiovernor^Sey
mour's health which form a part of the Badical
?stock in trade. They have been invented
.sance his nommation for the Presidency and
bear, the stamp of falsehood upon their face.
'To forever set the matter at rest, we copy a
a statement made by Judge Miller, a life-time
ff. -, d. ef tiie Governor, in a private letter to a
relatare in Minnesota. Judge Miller
"These heartless newspaper stories are ]
maacio?B! there is not a word of truth in
-nor any Toundation -for them. On the
hand, Governor Seymour ia a mar. ot exe
healthy and possessed of a vigorous cor
Hon. Uniformly temperate in bis habib
of the purest morals, he has no seeds <
ease in ins system; and his devotion t
door pursuits has developed an uni
ly fine physique ; besides bein
practical farmer, residing on and
i ti vating one of the finest farms in
State, bois a keen sportsman, and has
considerable time in the formals of New
From these 'great North woods' he
brought many trophies of his. skill and d
as a hunter; and the visitors at his resit
will find over his'hall door'the head, 1
and antlers of a mammoth moose killed by
and which are said to!?the finest speed
in the co an try. He has given consid?r?t
tent?bn to ' the subject of artificial fish b
iag, and is on a- commission created b
Legislature ta. stock the lakes and riv
our State with fish. As practical as he if
found in his scholarship, he seeks to ;
every branch of knowledge towards pro*
some result useful to humanity* and he
proved himself in. all the relations of life,
lio and private, emphatically 'tho poor.!
friend.'. Bat my_object was to speak 01
Gov. Seymour's health. Ton see his h
and occupations indicate good health of
and mind; and I can truly say I know c
other man equally intellectual/ who, to al
pearances, haa a firmer hold on life." '.'
T3XTESDAY MOBNING. AUG CST 27, 1
For Vux-Fratidtn'-.FRANCIS JP. 3 LAT
, ^. "Sotrth ern Hcjjnsentction."
? - W-6 live at a period when, the fondai
"tilt axioms "bf Republicanism need to b<
asserted against that ao-called Republi
iem which involve-s the liberties of the
zen and the rights of th? State. -. The pi
in power haye7unsettled the public oi
and the principles'of constitutional govt
ment; arrsithe Democrats, in opposing th
are flocking to save the whole country f
01A-representali vo system is a mere mc
p?jr^uWess -iV allows of liberty bf opir
and discussion. Yet this is what the
publican party cannot endure. On the o
trary, they enfranchise or dis fran ohia e r
and even States, according ts these ent
tain this or that political view, or sust
thia or that, measure of public poli
' Thus,;for purely partisan reasons, Virgil
the-mother of WASHINGTON, is held pr
Tr?t'eftndferthef heel of'a' military dear,
and. Tennessee despairs or hopes as i
monster BROWNLOW : fails into a new fit
fury or af paralysis. Nay, in the oil
Southern States misrepresentation is f
rule, representation the exception. Host
i ty. to the will of the people, an alien i
ti vi ty, apostacy-'from the convictions of
lifetime,Teven, notorious perjury, are,
alnroot every instance, the pasBpora
B?.obcsTx:and Ba o WK wear the public di
niffes denied to integrrty and honor. .Nev
)????$$&t9&f?fyfy ? po?tical" par
reign, willoh.made manhood a stigma
diagrace, and denied office lo everyr ciiizi
whsr.enjoyed th* confidonoo and represe:
?Mi the opiajoaa-of Ute-people*- - -'. -
'Washington has, for many years, bec
corrupt to a proverb. Its moral health wi
not be improved by the addition of twent
such senators and of auch a mob of reprt
sentatives, aa the Republican junta' alloy
the Southern States to send to Congres
Yet '''tis an ill wind that blows nobod
"good." . As these gentlemen are in soi
n?*?,'; irising from recent eleotion expense
they may air/ay s be relied upon for vot<
contemplating the supply of the Congre!
si QB al'purse. As they pay no taxes, 1
speak- of, i their course upen all finanoii
questions will be wholly untrammelled b
privat? considerations. As they are r<
sponsible to nobody, they may appropri?t
Congressional "stationery" so-called, (th
rtfreshments which the budget mod es tl
describes :as "cologne" and "lemons,
Which are to be got at in some strange wa;
by the aid of "corkscrews"), and that t
an extent .to .which Governor YATES doe
not indulge. They can do what they list
They oan vote for anybody or anything
They can sink, into the ooze of Washington
or float with its scum. They can give,- as wei
as take, lessons in foul language, bad tem
per and contempt for the laws. They cai
tickle a-mongrel mob under the shadow o
the. capitol, as deftly as BUTLER himself
They'can hound on a erowd of ignorant anc
besotted rowdies to excesses of lust anc
That the Republicans should welcome
such allies is not-to be wondered at; for ii
isa principle in nature that "birds of s
'.feather flock together." But that such
persons should speak and vote for us is ac
outrage upon the fair fame-of our States,
and an overthrow of thc representative sys?
tem. These are not Southern statesmen;
many of them are not .Soulhern men at all.
If the int eilige nc e and property of the South
were allowed to exert its proper influence,
most of those who now claim the highest
places among . us would not venture to
aspire to the pettiest offices in the gift of
the people. .
In like manner, what a burlesque upon
representation is exhibited in the State
Legislatures, sb-called.? With rare except
tions, these gas companies exolude intelli?
gence and public spirit, and ignore the pre?
cise design for which they have been called
together. A State Legislature should sub?
serve the interests of the State-the last
subject to which the attention of these bodies*
amongst us is directed. On the contrary,
the whole interest of the session is concen?
trated, upon the per diem of the members,
the schemes of the lobby, the claims of can
didates for office, questions of national
politics, and bills with penalties for the es?
tablishment of an impracticable social
equality.- In J ann cy's Hall is congregated
as inveterate a set of hobby riders as ever
took the course. Nothing is further from
their minds than the credit of the State
and the prosperity of the people of South
Carolina. As we showed in a recent num?
ber bf THB NEWS, they are busily engaged
It is whispered that, in the present strin?
gency of the money market in Columbia,
legislative votes are quite cheap. 'It Is
thought that no financial scheme is despe?
rate which a little dexterity and a little
liberality recommend. And, indeed, we
find it difficult otherwise te undera tand h o w
measures destructive of "the commercial
prosperity of Charleston can be so favora?
bly entertained and so readily passed. To
favor some worthless adventurer, the safe?
guards of public office are overthrown, and
the ballot-box is surrendered to an annual
incursion ?f Goths sad Vandal?; and public
order and pri vate- busin eje are rendered in?
secure, ned the pre&iote of the State are
wantonly diverted to Georgia.^aioJ North
[ Carolina. One would suppose that legisla?
tion at the South was bat another name for
conspiracy. Certainly the result of the
reconstruction programme, so far as we are
concerned, is, that State officials are elected
and paid-tb sacrifice the State.
: For the present wo are helpless. We
watch the turbid current as it rolls on, de?
spoiling and wasting away the wealthy soil
through which it flows. We see it now and
then lift and carry off what seemed stable
a little while ago. We see the occasional
giving way of ene from whom we expected
better things; and then disgust rises as we
see him drift into a miry vantage ground of
office. It is Othello's case renewed :
--"Something sure of State
Hath puddled his clear-spirit 1"
Bat this sweeping desolation must cease
ere long. And when South Carolina enjoys
her own again, those of her children whom
the prospect of immediate, advantage has
made reoreant to. her interests and her
honor-those who have yielded to the pres?
sure of circumstance, will be likely to "go
"further and fare worse."
-> f, ,. .
; In the last number of Lippinco t i's Maga?
zine there is an "Index Expurgatorius"
which we cannot resist the temptation of
copying. We are informed that it was pro?
mulgated a few yearg ago in the- office of
one of the leading New' York; dailies.
"Many of the words objected to in the list,"
says the editor of Lippincott, "are, in our
"judgment, quite legitimate, and we note
_VODJ dissent by .printing such words in
/'italics, The list is prefaced by a few lines
: "by the correspondent of a Western paper,
"which we copy, together with his com
. ?menta thereon :" -
.;' 'I send voua literary curiosity. ' It is A list
of words In carrent use, sentenced, by decision
"of good authority, to be expelled, and to which
neither amnesty nor pardon can be granted. -
" : The;lrst'in. question forms a part of the lexi-!
jcographical code adopted hy the editorial corps
?of a leading New.York dauy, at whose'head
"presides a literary illustration of national fam?. :
None of the expelled words are allowed to
appear m any article, editorial or contributed,
"oj the daily referred bo. ' : i;
The hst ia the ascertained result of discus?
sion abd careful examination as to tho author?
ized nee of many words, which, although im?
properly admitted, have, through force ? of.
habit,, come to be looked upon as correct.
Here "if is, cerbatim et literatim, as I find it
promulgated : '*
A SPECIAL EDICT-OBEY I
Index Expurgatorius-the Disused Worth of
. ' .the English Tongue^'
"No mare of that, Hal, an' thou.'Iovest me."
"Friend after friend departs;
Who hath not lost a friend ?"
"Tho* lost to sight, to memory dear."
The words in the subjoined list are ignomin?
iously expoliad from ?fr?xl aoaloky : -
1. Aspirant. 23. Loan or loaned, for
2. Authoress. lend or lent.
I 3. Being done. 24. Located. .
A. Bogus. 25. Measurably, for ia
5. Bagging, for captur- a measure. ,
inp. ? 26. Ovation.
6. Collided. 27. Obituary.' .
7. Couple, for two. ' "28. Parties, for persons.
8. Debut. V. 29. Posted,for informed
9. Employe. 30. Poetess.
10. ESQ. 8L Portion, for. part.
11. Eudora;,forapproveSi. Predicate [upon] j
12. Gents, for gentle-33. Progressing.
u men. 34. Panta, for panta
18. Humbug. ? loons, i
IA Hon.. 35. Reliable. .
16V Inaugurated, for be -36. Repudiate, for reject
U gun. or disown.
16. Initiated, for begin-37. Role, tot part,
nmg. 38. Secesh.
17. In our midst 33. tiia'.es, for save.
18. Ignore. 49. Taboo.
19. Juvenile, for boy. 41. Transpire,for occur.
20. Jubilant, for re/oio-42. To progress.
ing. 43. Tapis.
21. Lady, for wife. 44. .Talented.
22. Lengthy. 45. The deceased.
Without approving entirely the italicised
exceptions, we protest against the condem?
nation of such words as aspirant, ignore and
jubilant, all of which are perfectly legiti
mate. In regard to the word ignore, it is
doubtful whether ila precise meaning could
be expressed by any other verb. ,
It is always pleasant to "slay the slayer,"
and we would recommend to "the corres?
pondent" in question to add to his "Index
"Expurgatorius" the expression which he
uses in the last paragraph' of his letter.
There is no such Latin phrase as verbatim
et literatim;: it should be sid verbum et ad lit
By GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of Charleston.
COT HALL, MAXOU'S OFFICE. )
CHABLEsrON, S. C., August 18, 18C8. )
Believing it the sincero desire of every Individual
in this community to assiit m preserving tho public
peace, and maintaining tho dignity of tho laws; fcel
lng, in the political txr-itement now pervading all clae
' ses of bur pe?pT?, that through a single act Ol'violence,
either 1 y ?ccident 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 far
aa possible from aU public demonstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. Lot each one regard him?
self as answerable to the public for tho good con?
duct of all. Let no one, m the exercise of llbert;,
do that against tho law which will by law deprive
him of his liberty. The public peace must and
sholl bo preserved.
Given under my hand, and thc seal of the city
[L. s] the dato and year above mentioned.
GE'.RGE W. CLARK, Mayor.
Pfss0lntt0tt of (Copurtncrsrjip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPA RTN Blt SHIP.
The firm of MO-ifcS A MONAIR IS dissolved
by mutual consent. JOHN T. McViIU will pay and
collect all the debts of tho firm, and is alone author?
ized <o use the nume of the firm In liquidation.
rSignodl A. J. MOSES,
JOHN T. McNAIR.
Cberaw, S. C., August *, 18G8.
August25 -, 8 ?
THE FI lt M OF J. & J. D. KIRKPAT?
RICK is dissolved from thia date. The busi?
ness of thc firm will be attended to by the under?
signed in liquidation.
JAS. D. KlUKPATRICK,
N? 6 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston, 9. C., August 15,1868.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
iuto a copartnership under tuc style of KIHKPAT
RICK & WITTE, for tho transaction- ol a FACTOR?
AGE AND COMMISSION UUsINEsS, at No. C Ac
JAMES D. KIRKPATRICK.
OEU. W. WI I TE.
Charleston, 8. C., August 13,1808.
August 17 SAO ml tuthsG
in a respectable private family, real die g near
the lower business part of the city. One having a
. yard, with stable accommodations, preferred. Ad
I dress P. O. BOX 153^ 1 August 27
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for an office, within five minutes' walk of the
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August 28 _2
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wiohiDg to communicate will please ado ress REAL
ESTATE, at PALLY NEWS OFFICE .
August 22 C*
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TV MAN, 22 years old, well acquainted with the
Grocery Business. Can give the best of reference?,
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Address "R, 8. P.," DAILY NEWS, .
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at tho Office ef the DAILY NEW8. February 20
rpo Tl ?fl rv T, A ?ctP?r?rORTtM
X AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
street. Also, a house in Archdale-street Apply to
WM.. B?RNE, northeast corner of Sing and John
rRENT, i TWO FIN E ROOMS. No.
307 King-street. Apply In the STORE below.
August 15 atuth
TO RENT, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
two large ROOMS, with Pantry and ase of
Piazza. Bent moderate to a suitable tenant Apply
at No. 45 CANNON-sTBEET.
August 25 / ,_ tnthm3
TO IRE NT, A VERY [?PLEASANT
HOUSE in Amharst-Btreet No. 16, with four
square, two attica, pantry and dressing room; and
kitchen with'five rooms, ?nd all necessary ont
buildings. For particulars, apply at this office, or
J. H. DAWSON,
August 24 mth4* No. ll Washington-street
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-bTORY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having doable
piazzas ficlng north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, ?nd well adapted for private rest*
deuces, hotels ox bc arding establishments. To be
renton, singly or together; the Furniture tat on by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
TO BENT. WITH THE FURNITURE,
. a delightfully situated Hu USE in.Hasel-strect,
near Anson, at $50 per month. Apply to LEITCH
ii BR?jNS._July M
TO RENT, FOR THE SUMMEK, A
HOUSE, containing eight naoma, pleasantly sit?
uated, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEW? OF?
FICE. July 2
?si and /ntinb.
SPECTACLES LOST.-LOST, IN THE
Market, about ten o'clock yesterday (Wednesday I
morning a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES, for which a
suitable reward will be given If \M at the MERCURY
OFFICE August 6
PRIVATE BOARDING.-MRS. R. C.
FINNEY respectfully informs her friends and
the public that she ls now prepared to accommodate
lanai li es, having largo and airy Rooms.
Board per week, $8; Transient per day, S2; Day
Board per week, $6. 0 August 24
KE MO VAL.-DU. FK AN CIS !.. PAR
KEtt has removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREET, two doors
eaet ot;the Postofflce. July 24
?NIVEK8HY OF VIRGINIA.-THE
Forty-filth Session of this institution will begin
on the 1st day of October lSC-8, and end on the Thurs?
day before the 4 th ol July, 1869. .
The organizatlou of tho institution is very com?
plete, embracing extensive and thorough courses of
instru? tion tn Literature and Science, and In the pro?
fessions ot Law, M. dicine and Engineering.
ESTIMATED EXPENSES-exclusive of books, clothing
and pocket mone>-of the Academic student
$360; of the i AW student $365, and of the Medical
For part,cul irs send for Catalogue to Wm. Werten?
baker, Secretary, or 8. MAL TIN,
Chairman ol the Faculty.
P. O. "University of Virginia."
TTTASHI.\ G TON COLLEGE, LEXI.N G
VV TON, VA-The next session opens tliird
Thursday in September, 1868, and closes fourth
Thursday in June, I860. The Faculty consists ot
General B. E. LEE. President, with P. ofesscrs oi
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Modem Languages,
Moral Philosophy Historv and English Language
and Literature. Applied Mathematics, Natural Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and Law and Equity. These arc
distributed into: 1. F-culty of Arts; 2. Faculty of
Science; 3 Faculty of Literature and Philosophy; 4.
Faculty of Law. In each of tbese is conferred a dis?
tinct Bachelor's Dejroo, and the Degree of Master o/
Arts ie open alike to students lu each coutse. In the
repartaient of Science are conferred also Profession?
al Diplomas of Civil Engineer and Mining t ngiueer.
By the ai-i of a lull corps of assistant Profossois, pro?
vision ii made for thorough drilling in the Depart?
ments of English, Ancient and Modern Languages
EXPENSES.-AU necessary expenses need not ex?
For lull particulars apply to
I. C. GORDON, Clerk of Fatuity.
July 30 _Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORJTH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
mHE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH
JL MEIIC, WRITING, l?iADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR aro from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-S2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 0. H. BERGMANN.
SOUTH CAROLINA MASONIC BENETO
rpWE MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD IN
X Masonic Hall, This Stetting. the 27th instant, at
Eicht o'clrek. Aa business of great importance will
be presented for consideration, a punctual and gene?
ral attendance of members is regnest od.
By order of the President. W. A. WTL90N.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will be held Thu (Thursday) Evening, at Eight
Candidates for the 11th Degree wIU be punctual.
By order of C. E. CHIOHESTEB. T. P. G. M.
E. E. BEDFORD,
August 27_1 Secretary pro tem.
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.
AN EX rp. A MEETING WILL BE HELD,
27i? Afternoon, at Four o'c'ock, at the German
Enfdoe Hall, Chalmers-afreet
By order of the President.
0. H. BERGMANN, Secretary.
August 27_ 1
CHARLESTON ROOK ANO LADDER
COMPANY. No. 1.
ASPECIAL MEETING WILL BE HELD THIS
(THURSDAY) EVENING, at the Hall of the
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company, No. 2, Went
worth-street, at Eight i /clock. Punctual attendance
ia requested, as business of importance will be
brought before the Company.
By order. JOSEPH HILTON.
SEC DELEGATES FBOM EACH WARD AND
PARISH OF THE COUNTY OF CHARLESTON
will assemble at .Military Hall, in Charleston, an
Monday Evening, August 31st, to select EIGHTEEN
DELEGA1 Eb to a State Convention at Columbia, on
September 8th, for the purpose of nominating Elec?
tors for President and Vice-President, and to reor?
ganize the State Central Committee. Each Ward and
Parish will make necessary arrangements. "
August 25 tnthsS* Chairman Committee.
Iriitts tn Pattkraptri).
OTTOLBNG?I, who has been adjndred a bank?
rupt on bis own petition, having Oled his petition,
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hereby notified ta appear before the United States
Court at Greenville, on the fifteenth of September
Koximo, at 12 o'clock, to snow canne, if any they
ve, why said prayer be not granted.
Ey order of the Court ? ?
August 27 _th2_C. D. C. U. 8.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, FOB TBS DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLIN*-TN BANKRUPTCY-LN TBE MATTER
OF JOSEPH H. OPPEHrrEIM, BANKRUPT-TO
WHOM TT MAY CONCERN: The undersigned here?
by gives notice of bil appointment as Assignee of
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM, of theDiatrict of Charles?
ton, and State of South Carolina, within said Dis?
trict, who has been adjudged a bankrupt 'upon his
own p?tition, by the District Court of said District,
dated August ll, A. D. 1888. - All persons indebted
to ?id Bankrupt aro requested to make payment to
the undersigned. . . A. H. ABRAHAMS,
.. .August IO . , th3 Assignee.
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TN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILD'
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BISES TAXEN TS I HE F0LL0WTN0 WELL KNOWS C0K
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PHONDX INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOBS,
Cash Capital and Assets.Si,013,070
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK,
Caab Capital and Assets..81.477,077
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.. NEW YORK,
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ENTEBPRIdE INSURANCE CO., CINCINNATI. O..
Cish Capital and Assets.-.. Si,301,339
(Secnrity by State Law.. .$2.000,OCO. )
CENTRAL CITY INSURANCE CO., OF SELMA,
TOTAL RIGHT MILLION DOLLARS.
Losses adjusted and paid ic Charleston.
Au ira st 17 Imo
Q APTT AL 810,000,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
BT TH K
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OF LIYERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS MADE
. IN CURRENCY, OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., Agonts,
No. 10 ADO WS SOUTH WHARF!
Juno A thin Om oe
TOOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
tn OP ..
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
". CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STEE?
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FUND.
lire BlAs.taken on Buildings, Produce, Mer chan
dise, kc. ' .. .
Losses promptly adjusted here, without referenei
to England, in Starling or. currency, at the option of
the assured. W. 0. BEE k CO.. Agents,
February 22 stuthfimo . Adeems North Wharf.
J M PE KIAL FIRE I.\ S CHANCE
COMPANY OF LONDON.
E 8 T A B L~I~8~H E D :18.0 3.
Cash Capital Paid Up and Invested .'over $6,000,000
I'. 8. Branch Office, No. 40 PIxte-Street.
, LOCAL DEBECTOBa TS NEW TOBE:
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RICHARD IRVIN, Esq., RICHARD IBVTN k Co.
.ED. 8. JAFFRAY, Esq.. E. S. JAPTBAT k Co.
J. BOORMAN JOHNSTON, Esq., J. BOOKMAN JOHN?
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A A LOW, Esq., A A. Low k BBOTHZBS. *
DAVID SALOMON, Esq., No. ll West 38th-street.
JAMES STUART, Esq., J. k J. STUABT.
EDGAR W. Cito WELL, Resident Manager.
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Polices Issued, payable in gold or currency, by
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June 20 stntb3mo Agent for Charleston. 8. C.
-jpALL AND WINTER IMPORTATIONS
MILLLNERY GOODS I
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWERS, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
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TN STRAW, SILK, VELVET AND FELT.
We offer the largest and best assorted Stock in the
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ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET.
Angust 25 . Imo* Baltimore.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
PIANO F 0 B T E S ,
April 50 fimo
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALTBED JENETNS, TR,
B0BEBT H. JENKINS.
"PyPW. JENKINS & SONS,
IMPORTEES AITD DEALERS IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTIMOBE-STREET.
April 22 ?m.'d Baltimore. M
^FORGE B. GAlTHlCK, JB., At CO..
COTTON F A C T 0 BS
- . AND
GENERAL PBuDUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Camden-atrect, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
J71 H. GRUPY di CO.,
LEATHEB, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURT AI
April 20 Cmos
UMSEN, CAUROLL ?Si CO.
PRESERVERS, PICKLIR*, OYSTER PACK ER8, ic
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agtnts for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by thc Baltimore Condensed Milk Companj
KIFFIN, lt ROTH Ell <Si CO.,
No. 103 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22 Cmos
(Ararcries nfc ?HisretlonrODS.
CORN UND. FLOUR.
> A B?GS TENNESSEE WHITE CORN
Jv 150 baga Tennessee Mixed Com
60 bags Extra Family Flour, Granite Mflh
100 boga Fine and Middling Georgia Flour.
HOPE AND TWI.1E.
25-coils Weaver's half inch MANTEL i HOPE
2 bales Weaver's three ply Twine
91 half coils Greenlea/ Bale Hope.
15 tierces Superior Family HAMS
50 boxes low grade Soap.
For sale by J. N. HOBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
August 37 _pac_ 1
CORN MEAL MD GRIST.
f\f\ BARBELS CORN MEAL,FRE?H GROUND,
.\J\J for sale low.
CORN, GRIST and MEAL, by the bushel, con
inti y on hand, for sale, and Corn ground uto
eal and Grist on toll.
J. C. H. CLAU6SEN,
August 21 . 6 Market-street
OFFEE, SUGAJR, MOLASSES,
AA .BAOS RIO, LAG?AYRA, AND JAVA
Hogsheads and bbls. Muscovado and Rectified
Hogsheads and bbls. Muscovado and Clayed Mo?
ll'O kegs Nails
Flour, Har ch, Candles and Soap
Green and Black Teas, ba large and small packages
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Cigars
Liquors and Winos of ail denominations.
For sale low by CLACIUs & WITTE,
August 27_thru*_No. Sj East Bay.
STRIPS* SIDES, LARD, &c*
I ?AA FOUNDS CHOICE BACON STRIPS
LOv'U 15,000 pounds Bibbed and Clear Bides
60 barrels Syrup/.
100 palls Leaf and Extra Lard .
40 boxes Adamantine Candles
75 sacks Coarse Salt
For sale by E. A.- A. P. CALDWELL.
IAMS, STRIPS, BUTTER, &c.
FD ST RECEIVED AND TN 8TORE : .
BBL?. PIG HAMS, STREPS AND TONGUES
Walhalla and Orange County Batter
35 dozen South Cozobna Grape Wine, superior
' to any Rhine Wine that can be had. .
For sale low, by G. W. STEFFENS A CO.,
No. 320 King-;treet, comer George.
August 27_ ? ? ths3
CHOICE BACON STRIPS, .
SIDES,' SHOULDERS, <*C.
.1AA? POUND? 'CHOICE' NARROW NEW
aUUU YORK SUGAR COBED STRIPS
10,000 -pounds strictly Prime C. R. Sides
10,000 pounds Good B. Sides
10,000 pounds Strictly Prime Shoulders ;
.20 barrels Molass 'S : \
20 barrel* Cid r Vinegar.
Landing ind in store, and for sale by .
August 25 tuth2 LAUBEY A ALEXANDER.
EBREAKFAST BACON, PIG
. j SHOULDEB 8 ?? A ND COFFEES,
XTBA BREAKFAST BACON 8TBIP8 -
:EXTRA SUGAR CUBED CITY SHOULDERS
(Small and Choice i .
GENUINE OLL GOVERNMENT JAVA,
LAGUAYRA and '
RIO COFFEE. '
A supply of the above,J oat .received, per steamers
Icu ter ey and Champion, and for sale low at the
.COOPERATIVE GROCERY STORE, i
No. 107 Market-street.
jeyGoodB delivered fre?. .' -?
August 26 - ? -_
HARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
(BO UT E S I D 'E .)
4N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply oi the NECESSARIES OF
_^.E, and also the luxures-WINES; LIQUORS,
: tc.-will at all ttmea be found at the above Store.
wtabbahed under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages it
?ready- offers to the - pu bile. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facill
7 afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, a? set forth bx
Its charter, ?To furnish members and the public
with the necessaries of life of good q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest markot rates, and from the
profits of such salea to accumulate capital for its
Copies of lue Constitution und By-Laws can be
ronna at the Store or me association, and all in?
quiries regarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an J promptly sal taned.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
July ll_ ? ' "
EASTERN HAY, LISIE AND
QA A BALES BEST EASTERN HAY
0\J\J 200 M. Laths
2000 bbls. best ?ockla d L?ne.
Landing this day'from sehr. M. E. Yanclcaf, and
'or sale low from vessel. . .
IN STOUT., OT xo ADBTVX,
200 bbls. Glen Falls' Lune, for whitewashing
600 bbb). Rosendale Cement
200 bbls. Plaster Park,
5000 bushels Hair, and-all articles ia my line at re
luce? nrlces. " A. McCOBB, Ju.,
No. 317 East Bay,
A ugust 27 3 Opposite New Custom House.
LUMBER! LUMBER! SHIN?
?\J\J,\J\J\J 30,000 Shingles, at $8 per M:
200 cords 0?k and Piae Wood.'
For sale low bv J UN 1 IE NC KEN',
Comor of State and Market streets.
CEMENT, PLASTER, LIME.
PC AA BBLS- CEMENT, IN STOKE AND TO AB
? U U BTVE per ship R. O. Winthrop
200 bbls. Land Plaster
200 bbls. Calcined Plaster
1000 casks Limo, at tho Lime Kiln next Savannah
Balk cad Wharf, CannonsLoro* or at Store,
Laths, Hair, Oven Tile, Furo Brick. Ac.
For sale by OLN Ti CO.,
August 25 - Nos. ll and 13 Vendue Range.
COAL ! COAL! < OAL !
AA TONS RED ASH COAL. FOR SALE LOW
U\J by JOHN liENCKEN,
Cornor ol State and Market streets.
3 A A T0??S ?E<T QUALITY RED ASH COAL,
'Jv/U now landing, whlcu I off rat Nine Dol?
ors a ton cash, delivered.
JOHN B. HOBLBECK,
Office East Bay, opposite Union Wharves.
JOHN S. HUELBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY. OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFOBM HIS FRIENDS AND
the pubbc that he I as commenced the COAL
VND GENEBAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
lollcits a share of then- patronage.
August 17 3mo
i)f \ cases C0NGBES8 WATEB. pints
O\J 5 coses Congress Water, quart*.
<;. W. A IM AR,
Corner King and Vandorhorst streets.
CHLORIDE ?> a ? E.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE BEST DISlNFECuNT FOI? SALE Bl
E. H. KELL :U> fe CO.,
March 28 N'?- WJ M? '.'iii-street.
IAMES KNOX.JOH? Gmt,
KNOX & tt'-l. ,
AND . .
GENERAL CO;IMISS[ON MERCHANTS,
NO. 125 SMT1IV> WH I BF. BALTIMOBB.
Consignments cf COTTON; Bl ia. vc, respect
ullv solicited, and liber il advunco mad" thereon.
>rders for OOUN and BAOO.? i> o upi.y executed
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