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NE "W S SUMMARY.
-Gold clbsed in New lorkon Saturday at
-Cotton was dull and a shade lower, with
?alfaoo? 600 bales at 29k.
,;-In Liverpool cotton was steady, with a
?alightdecline; uplands 10jd; sales 10,000bales.
. .", -Schonbein, the distinguished French chem?
ist, died yesterday.
_A prize wheat crop in Georgia was forty
three bushels to the acre.
-A Boston street rowdy was caned by one of
4 he Chinese embassy the other day.
-There have been severe earthquakes in
"Peru; the damage is supposed to be very,
-Frank Leslie has sued the Boston Post for
1 ibel, cia i min jr damages to. the amount of twen?
ty thous and do liars.
-Seven hundred, emigrants landed in New
York on Wednesday, per the steamship Ger?
-The Mammoth Cave of Kentucky has had
more visitors this summer than it ever had be
-foro at any one season.
- -It is stated that (he wool clip of Minnesota
'this year vnll amount to about 1,500,000poonda
against 500,009 pounds in 1863.
-The army worm has made its appearance
in many cotton fields in the vicinity of Golde
Jooro', North Carolina.
-King William of Pnas3ia is still urged to
take the title of Emperor of Germany. He
- could have war in a week by sp doing. ; *
. -A .French restaurant .is to be opened in
' Madison Avenue, New York, much to the dis
' gust o^ho rash lonable dwellers therein.
-There is an establishment for canning
poaches at Atlanta, Ga., whioh employs five
-The drouth in England is over. While it
"lasted Ute rich sent presents of water to their
-Sambo Lamar, a native African, and the
oldest man in Georgia, died last Wednesday
in Yineville, Ga., aged 116.
-Cotton ia beginning to arrive freely at New
* Orleans; asingle steamer having brought nine
.. hundred bales of the new crop to .that ct y on
~ Monday last.
~ ' -General J. Bankhead Magruder is lecturing
.at Saratoga on the Mexican empire, of whioh
lie was,for fifteen months a resident after the
down fall ot the C. 3. A.
-tnxty-?ight cm joyces'of mercan tue HOI:-ja
in Now York City have been c*u??i (rambling
at faro banks and in lottery policy offices du?
ring the past month.
} -The military authorities at Key West have
. refused obedience to the writ of habeas corpus,
sued ont by the friends of Mudd, Arnold and
~ Spangler, the alleged assassination conspira?
-The manufacture of wood-sole boots and
- -shoes is one of the latest Boston novelties. It
is claimed that they will last much longer, are
' impervious to water, and only cost about one?
-half as much as leather.
- -Tho New York papers report General Bose
? crans - as saying a day or two since: "Tho
means to be used for bringing about peace
. don't now seem ol?ar to me, but make me dic?
tator, and lil find the means in ten days."
-The Governor-General of India has a sala
, ry of ten thousand four hundred dollars a
~ month, one hundred and twenty-five thousand
j j -dollars .per annum, besides fifty thousand dol?
lars for entertainment of guests, and also an
-allowance for servants.
- -The wise growers of Prussia are in ecsta?
sies at the prospect of luxuriant and abundant
crops everywhere. On the banks of the
Rhine .ne. w wine was bottled '. toward the end
?of the month or July, earlier than has taken
.place for the last fifty years.
-Sx-Governor Piokens, in conversation with
rQenertl Rosecrans, at White Sulphur Springs,
.-?aid that something more than the installation
a --of the Democrats into power is required to
?ave the country. He suggested that tho
- right plan would be for New York, as the most
. po werful State of the Union, to call a conven?
tion of the other States to remodel the consti
v - tution to suit the new order of affairs.
-The German doctors have lately been play
? lng their leeches a droll trick-making one
worm do the work of many. When the little
'blood-sucker has taken his fill, and is about to
_ . release his bite, he is tapped. A small incision
is made in his side that serves as an outlet for
-tte blood, and he goes on sucking in happy ig?
norance of the cause of his abnormal appetite,
~~ as long as the doctor pleases. Bdellatomy is
. 'thename given to tho practice, and it is urged
that it is not cruel, but contrarywise, since it j
. does the leech a good turn by enabling him to
-enjoy bis rich feast indefinitely. He does not
dienndex the operation, but with proper fcreat
- ment ?B soon healed, and may be incised over
- and over again.
-There has been a pigeon-flying race in
. England, from Dover, on the south coast of
London. The pigeons were tossed up at stipn
. tated periods at intervals of five miuutes, and
-on their arrival heme were produced at South?
wark Bridge, London. The bird found to have
accomplished the journey in the least time was
-declared to be the winner. The quickest
pigeon performed the ronte in two hours aud
- nix minutes, the second pigeon occupied two
Lours and eleven minutes, and two other birds
- ?ame the distance in two and a quarter hours.
The distance is about eighty miles, and the win
- .ning_ pigeon must have flown at the rute of one
. mile in one and a half minutes. ? The weather
was hazy and the air heavy, and a drizzling
Tain impeded the progress of the pigeons.
-The Macon Telegraph says : "The news
-from many portions of Middle Georgia and the
flack Belt is gloomy enough. The late rains
luve played sad havoc with the cotton. lu '
some few sections there will be a fair yield,
but the planters almost universally say the
croppa fall short of last year's yield. The
rust, tho worm, and the rot are at work des?
troying it. It ?oems the rain will never stop.
The last mon th ot August was the most un?
favorable ever known. Only a few days re?
main now in whioh the crop will do what it is
jroing to. The season always closes between
the 10 th and the 15th of September. After
that it matters not what sort of weather wo
lave. The crop will be either made or lop t.
The crop in Georgia will fall short of about
Alteen thousand bales. Our only hope no'
to make up in price what we will lose in qu
-Mr. Sanford E. Church, (who was held
so long by the New York delegation as tl
candidate for President in the Democr
Convention), in a speech lately made in I
York, brought before the attention of
hearers what Radical reconstruction is cost
tho people of tbe North, besides the evils it
brought upon the Southern people.
Church said that while the Southern Sta
contain a population throe times greater tt
New York, yet so impoverished are they t
the State of New York for the last year 1
paid double the amount of internal revel
that the whole ten States have paid. Bat
the despotic system which prevents the So
from its natural developments, instead of p
ing $30,000,000, they would pay $150 000,0
according to the amount of taxation. So t
the result is, as Mr. Church admonishes
Northern audience, that they are not o
obliged to contribute by direct taxation $11,C
000 a year for tbe freodmju's bureau, s
$10,000,000 or $20,000,000 for the army to bi
them up, but they ere deprived of $150,000,
a year which ought to go into tho treasury
the general government, in consequence
keeping that country as it now is.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1853.
For President.HORATIO SKY MOL
For net-President.FRANCIS P. BLAH?
The Elective Franchise.
To the People of South Carolina:
It was referred to the Btate Central Exe
tive Committee, by the late Democratic C<
vention, to inquire into the disabilities i
posed, by reason of the war, upon a portion
our people, restraining them from the ex
eise of the elective franchise in South Carolii
and to publish the conclusion attained, for t
information of the people of the State. 1
committee in discharge of that duty, annoui
that they have examined the subject, and I
to state :
L That no BU?h disabilities now exist by
under the acts of Congress, known as the I
construction act, the State having been
fic?ally declared to bo in the Union. . _
- 2. That no such disabilities exist under t
so-called amendment, known as the fourteen
1 amendment to the Constitution of the Unit
?States, the disabilities therein expressed ht
ing- reference to' office-holding, and not
8. That no such disabilities exist by the t
called State Constitution of 1868, under whi
it is claimed that the State has been rece
strutted and restored to the Union.
The undersigned, therefore, announce th
no such disabilities exist by force of any la
or supposed law, or authority whatever; ai
they urge their hitherto disfranchised foll.-/
citizens, in every part of the State, to exerci
their right to vote at tho coming election f
President and vice-President, of which rigl
they have been so long deprived by militai
power. By order of the
. thc Samt? lt lot.
The Radical newspapers of the couutr;
despite counter-assertion and contradicts
.declare every day that the whites of tl
South are goading on the intelligent an
V?j>tu?US froodiDCn to toko Up ?I?I3 1U 86l
defence. They say that every trouble an
disturbance which takes place in the Sout
is due to the persecution and tyranny <
the whites; they say that armed militia
and secret organizations are indispensabl
necessary to the safety and protection c
the freedmen. The white Democrats, o
the contrary, say distinctly and emphati
cally that there never would be any disor
der or violence in the South bat for the lan
less conduct of some few negro leaders, wh
are incited to open and flagrant misconduc
by the subtle or flattering falBtkoods o
their white chiefs. The truth of this las
statement is, ef courae, flatly denied, and i
is not often that evidence which the Radi
cala dare not refuse to receive makes evi
dent the truth and vindioat.es the manlines.
and honor of the Southern people.
On the 26th of August last there was i
disturbance in Union District ia this State
which ended io the wounding of severa
negroes. The whites said that the negroei
were the aggressors; the negroes said jus
the reverse. Governor SCOTT ordered ai
investigation to be made bj JOHN B. HUB
BARD, the recently appointed State Consta'
ble, who is a cousin of Mr. HORACE GRCE
LET. Constable HUBBARD, the Radical ap
pointe i of a Radical Governor, confirmed
by a mixed Senate, will not be suspected ol
partiality towards the whites, and his report
upon the Santuc riot, published in our tele?
graphic columns on Saturday, may be ?.z
sumed to do the negroes justice a', least,
and perhaps something more. We viii now
endeavor to show, io a few words, the con?
clusions at which Mr. HUB BARD has arrived.
1. John Bates, a negro of Union District,
has claimed to he an officer, ordering large
bodies of armed colored men to assemble
and drill, marching them over the country
and discharging firearms on the' public
highways, "thereby causing the white citi?
zens to apprehend danger to their persons
"and property, and to protest against such
"proceedings, making no objections to the
"colored men meeting, provided they met
That is to say, the drilling, shooting and
marching of these negroes made the white
people apprehend murder, arson and out?
rage. What did they do ? They protested
against these proceedings, declaring at the
same time that they had no objection to (he
negroes meeting if they were unarmed.
They did not attempt to interfere with free?
dom of speech. They did not organize
armed bands and shoot the negroes down,
as they might have done. They protested
and waited. Could Radicals do more than
this, or would they do as much ? *
2 John Baten orders colored men to
guard him from place to place, many of
them going eight to ten miles to guard him,
"thus causing valuable time to be lost to
"the employers and detrimental to the em
"ployees and farming interest in that vi?
This shows clearly enough that Bates, in
encouraging the negroes to leave their work
? to guard him, is persuading them to be idle,
reducing ihem to a condition of vagabond?
age, and destroying that spirit of industri?
ous labor which the whites are trying to
3 A difficulty occurred at Santuc depot
on August 2G, which resulted in a white I
nan being wounded bj a negro. Another
negro drew his pistol upon "the white citi?
zens, who did all they could to quiet the
"difficulty instead of encouraging it," which
"showed that they desired peace." The
coloTecrpeople assembled in squads, armed
and bearii) g clubs. Bates arrived, and
some words passed between him and a white
man, in which both declared they were for
peace. The whites and blacks started off
in different directions, when a gun was fired
by one of the negroes. The fire was re?
turned by the whites, wounding several
members of the negro guard and dispers?
From this it is evident that the whites did
all that they could to preserve peace. They
did not refuse to treat with armed negroes,
but urged them to be quiet and peaceable.
Nor did they fire until they were fired on.
4. On Saturday after the riot three hun?
dred negroes assembled at Santuc, many
being armed. A delegation of whites met
the negroes, and "each party agreed to
"meet in the future without arms, and that
"no one should go armed at any public
"meeting, the white citizens pledging them?
selves not to interfere with any meetings
"or with John Bates. Bates arrived and
"said that peace should i.ot stand, where?
upon a number of negroes went as Bates
"directed, utterly disregarding the agree
"ment they had 'signed' in the morning,
"and on the next day (Sunday) Bates was es?
corted through the county with an armed
"guard numbering from fourteen to twenty."
This clinches the whole. The whites and
negroes had met and agreed upon terms of
peace, when the negro Bates comes to the
spot, cancels the agreement, and marches
through the county as before. Surely this
is sufficient to show that the white people
are now acting, as they have always been
acting, with the greatest prudence and dis?
cretion; indeed, had they not pushed their
patience to the verge of timidity the negroes
would not dare to be as insolent and over?
bearing as they now are.
In dosing bis report, Constable HUBBARD,
this official of a negro Radical government,
says : "That one of the causes of the re
"cent troubles in Union County grew out
"of the assembling of large bodies of col
We Bay that the only cause of every dis?
turbance which has taken place in the State
has been the conduct of gangs of negroes,
who have been crazed and made furious by
such men as Bates.
Constable HUBBARD has made no arrests,
and leaves the case for the action of the
Governor. Will Governor SCOTT act prompt?
ly and firmly, or will he wait until he has
found out by sad experience that there is a
point beyond which human endurance can?
not and will not go ?
By GEORGE TT. CLARK, Mayor of Charlatan.
CITT HALX, MATOR'S OFFICE. )
CHARLES ION, S. C., Au (rust IS, 1868. f
Believing lt the sincero desire of every individual
in this community to assist in preserving the public
peate, and mamtainiLg tho dignity of the laws; feel
lug, m ute political txritement nowporvading all clas?
ses of our people, that through a single act of violence,
either i.y accident ort otherwise, we may be over?
whelmed in a deploro* e bretch of law ?nd order
I, GEORGE W. CLARE, Msyur of ta* city afore?
said, do call upon all good citizens to .-.v. s tain as far
as pos&ibie from all public d?monstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. Let each ono regard him?
self as answerable to the public for Ute good con?
duct of all. Let no one, in the exercise of liberty,
do that against the law which wiil by law deprive
him of his liberty. The public peace must and
shall be preserved.
Given under my band, and the seal of the city
[L. a] the date and year above mentioned.
GEORGE W. CLAUS, Mayor.
paints, ?its, (Elf.
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CITY TREASURY, JULY 1, 1868.-IV??
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July 2 City Treasurer.
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September T _\
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Hotels of New Orleans, flatter:? tarnee.I' that he can
assure his fronds aud ibo public uoniirally, that it*
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Bote', aboil bc tully sustained under its present
management lyr* February 18
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beld in Masonic Hall, This Evening, tte 7th
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H. J. McCOBMACK,
Septomber 7 1 Secretary.
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Evening, 7th instant, at Eight o'clock precisely.
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September 7 1
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MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK,
Cash Capital and Assets.$1,035,630
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., NEW YORK,
Cash Capital and Assets.$740,91i
ENTERPRISE INSUBANCE CO., CINCINNATI, 0.,
Cish Capital and Assets.$1,301,328
(Security by Sute Law. ..?2,000,000.)
CENIBAL CITY INSURANCE CO., OF SELMA,
TOTAL EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS.
Losses adjusted and paid in Charleston.
?1 AP IT AL $10,000,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOTEST POSSIBLE BATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS MADE
IN CUBREN CY, OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., Agon ts,
No. 10 ADGER'S SOOTH WHARF.
Juno 4 thmCmos
ATTORNEYS AT LA ?F AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYNARD SEABROOK
September 1 _
Q ll . SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
?3- Offlco No. 15 BROAD-STREET, ovor the Peo?
ples, Ni?onal Bank. May 8 _
TTTILBUR ?SC SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
corrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner of claims.
July 13 mwlGrao
TAILLIS & CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, PALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON, BICE, LUM BEB AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E.WILLIS.A B. CHISOLM.
J> M. MARSHALL Hi BROTHER.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, ftc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
PBOPERTY LEASED. .
???Auction or HOBSES, FUBNITURE, tc, every
W'.dnrsdav. October lfl
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCHLPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS.OILS. GLASSES. SHINGLES;
also. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, 4c, con?
stantly on hand at thc lowest market prices.
September 1'2 thmlvr
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Where may lie found every variety of GREAT
C0AT8, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
derbkirta, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bogs,
Val loes. ftc. _ Februarys
K AND JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INF0BM8 BIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment ol
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a Ono stock o?
CARDS, PAPER, ftc, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
HOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having largo fonts of type. wiH contract for tnt
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Ordors for BOOKBINDER* promptly attended to
at low rates, if loft at No. 33 HAYNE-STBEET.
May 12_JAS- W MCMILLAN.
H. KELLKB8 * t'O.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAB MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS -JF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
^PRESCRIPTIONS POT UP WITH CARE.-?*
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business and is prepared to
serve his i rienda and the public generally in the seve?
ral brunches of his art, viz: .
HA TR DYING
luttas itt p?nknjpin).
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
BO UTA CAROTINA--TN BANER?PTCY.-IN THE
MATTER OF J. CALHOUN CADI, A BANKRUPT.
NOTICE.-J. CALHOUN CAIN, who bas been ad?
judged a Bankrupt on his ewn petition, haring filed
bis-porttion praying bis final discharge, ail cr?dito' s
who have proved their debts, and other persons in
interest, are hereby notified to appear nefore the
United States Court at fharleaton, in said District,
on the thirtieth day of October next, at 12 o'clock H ,
to show cauie, il any they have, why said prayer be
By order of the Court.
Clerk District Court United States.
?September 8 tuw2 for South Carolina.
|rn ?nous, (Etc
T K .sru^s~^~v~A^ciirr
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DBI GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully sol'cited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An agen' in New York will furnish sup?
plies of Now Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos
prssKLl/S BUUK S TO UK.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOK 3, Ac.
ELLIOTT. Sermons by the Rt Rev. Stephen El?
liott late Biihop of Georgia; with a Momob: by
Thomas M. Hanckel, E*q. 1 vol., 8ro. $5.
STEINMETZ. The Homai.ce of Duelling, in all
times and countries. By Andrew Steinmetz, author
of History of the Jesuits, ic. 2 vol-., limo. 58.
SAINT BEUVE. Po traits of Celebrated Women;
comprising Madame de fevlgne, de Duns, LaFav
ette, de Bemtuat de Souza, Krudener, Poland, Gui?
zot de Stael. 1 vol.. 12mo. 52.
GILLETT. Democracy in the United States; what
lt has done, what it la doing, and what it will do. By
Ransom H. Gillett 1 voL, 12mo. $2.
POLLARD. The Lost Cause Regained. By Ed?
ward A. Pol^rd. 1vol., J2.no. $1 SO.
LIDDON. University Sermons; by Rev. F. P.
Liddon. "He is now acknowledged, on all hat da, to
bo th'greatest living preacher in England." 1 ro ...
MORRIS. The Farthly Paradise; a Poem by Hax,
Morris, author ot Jason. 1 vol., 12 mo. 93.
HOOPES. The Book ol' Evergreens; a Pr ct? :al
J roatlse on the Conif. i te. or Cone-boaring Pla. tu. ?y
Josiah Hoopes. 1 vol., limo. $3.
PROCTOR. Half Hours with the Telescope; being
a popular guido to tho use of tho Telescope as a
means of amusemeit and instruction. By R. A.
Proctor, B.A., F.RA.S. With numerous illustra?
tions. 16mo., cloth. SI 25.
CH AM ?ERS'- Encyclopaedia. A Dictionary of
Universal Knowledge tor the people; 1) ustrntcd witta
Engravings, Maps, &c. 10 vols., royal 8vo.. Per VOL
S4 50. '.(he work is nov/ complete.
NOVELS. Henry PoiffltR, Banker. SI 75; Dead Sea
Fruir, by Miss Braddon.. COc: Josh Bilhnt'd on Ice.
SI 60; Horace Wilde, SI 6-0; All tor Orcd, 40c; Foul
Play, 75c?; Linda Fres.-el, 40c; Lost Name, 50c; Poor
Humanity, 50c; Love and Marriage, 50c; My Hus?
band's Crime. 50c; Cheap editiom Marryatt's, Dis?
raeli's and Waverly Norris.
ENGLISH MAGAZINES. Subscriptions received
for Temple bar, cornhill, Chambers' Journal, Eng?
lish Woman's Domestic Magazine, Aunt Judy's (for
children) Good Words, sunday Jia^sBine^Art Jour?
nal, Saturday Review, fcc. July ai
JP ALI. AND WIM KU IMPORTATIONS
MILLINERY GOODS 1
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBON:?,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWER?, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS ANO LADIES* HATS
IN STRAW. SILK. VELVET AND FELT.
Wc offer the largest and best assor'ed Stock in the
United States, comprising all the latest Parisian No?
velties, and unequalled in choice variety and cheap?
ARMSTRONG, ( ATOIt 6i CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
August 25 lino* .Baltimore.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
April 70 6mo
KIRKLAND <fc CO., Proprietors.
E. AUSTIN JXNXTNB. ALTRFtl JENZINS, JB.
HOBEST E. JENKINS.
-plDW. JENKINS & SONS,
UIPORTKBS AND BALERS IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS.
NO. 18'J BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 ?aiob Baltimore, M
QKOKt.K R. GAlTHr?R, JR., & CO..
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT!)
No. 4 Comden-street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
H. GRCPY ?St CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL.
No. 42 SOUTH CAI .VERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CUHTA1
J^UMSEN, CARROLL & CO.
PRESERVERS, PICKLiRs, OYSTER PACKERS, ic
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joiat Proprietors and Hole Agtnts for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22 _Cmos
^RIFFIN, BROTHER Ow CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22_ too?
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILI
Kisox ?V O?L:,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Consignments of (X)TTON, RICE, &c, respect?
fully solicited, aud liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CO it .N und BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 27 12mo??
NIGHT SCHOOL..' NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORlH-SIREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LI HERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURs FOR iHK BZVBCPsES HS ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, t\HADING, OrRMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR arc from 7 to J o'clock P. M.
'terms-$2 per mouth in advance.
Book-keeping charged tr ra.
DeccmUor2 C. H. BERGMANN.
jOrwet?cs ?nd ?lwttonton*.
1 t\?\f i Btr9HEL8 COW PEAS, FOE SALE AT
JLUv/V reduced price by
JNO. CAMPSEN * CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposite btate-srreet.
Beptember 7 _ mw 2
HAY AND NA'LS LANDING.
f) r rv BALES HAY AND 100 KEGS NATL?,
jUt)\J oil 6 z B, landing tins day from Schooner
K. Caldwell, at Adge.-'s North wharf. For sale by
KING 4 GIBBON',
September 7 1 No 8 Gillon-street
rflA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IK LOTS TO
*J\J\J suit purchasers.
For sate low by COHEN, HANCKEL 4 CO.,
Beptemb-r 3_No. 46 East Bay.
?CAMPSEN M I Li li S."
1 Cid SACKS FAMILY FLOUR
llfU 200 sicks Extra Flour
100 sa ka No. 1 K\e Flour
100 sacks Low Grade Flour
Freeh ?round from superior southern 'Wheat, and
Inferior to none.
Bakers, dealers and families supplied at reasonable
prices, and a liberal discount allowed to the trade.
GRIST AND ME ?L.
A fresh supply of Griai and Meal, ground only of
prime white Baltimore Corn.
For eale bj JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. l? Market, opposite State-street.
Ausust 31 m 3
H. & li. W. CATHERWOOD'S
K.VTK A PINK, PURK OLD
Iit ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our torie er numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Ale-sra. H. GERD IS &
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade at prices which will en?
H. A H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
f?f\ BBL?*. OF THE ABOV.C FAVORITE WHI3
0\J KEYS, consisting of X, XX. XXX. XXXX.
and NECTAR and t AB I WET BBANDa, and also or
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS 4 CO.,
September 4_2moi No. 195 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
OFFER FOB SALE,
AT THE LOWKST MARK RT RATES t
r AMA SACKS LIVERPOOL. SALT
O U U U 200 bal fl Gunny Cloth
600 co"'s Hemp and Manilla Bale Rope
100 hhds. Muscovado bugara
500 bbls. Clarified and Crushed Sugars
100 hhds. Cuba Molasses
MO .kegs Nails, 4 to 20
20O bags Rio ano Java Coffee
Candles, s cap, starch
Powder, Shot, Le id, 4<\, bo.
Charlton, S. C., August 12th, 1868.
August 12 DAG wizuimo
JEFFuROe* & CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 VE.\DCE RANGE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MARKET
ff f\ HHDS. CHOICE WEPTEBN C. R. SLUES
tJ\J 60 nhds. Choice Western Rib Sides
50 hhds. Choice Western -boulders
20 hhds. Bright No. 2 Shoulders
25 tierces Ci oico S. C. Hams
40 bilda. Prime No. 2 S. C. Hams
25 boxes Breakfast Ba. on
40 bbls. Refined Su ar
40 nor. es N. Y. Molasses
40 i bis Choice Molasses
20 bbls. Sugar House s> rup
10 bales Gunnv Bagging
60 boxes E. D. cheese
150 bbls. Fine, Super and Extra Flour.
25 boxis Low Priced tobacco.
We shall al*avs keep a lull supply of everything
connected wi>b the .ho"'," and would inri e our
city and rouuiiy Mends to inspect stock before
September 1 Imo
TLEMAN'S AROMATIC BIT l ER', AN EXCEL?
LENT TONI?', highly recommenled by tho
medical fraternity for their invigorating and health
CUUACOA TONIC BITTERS, a pleasant and ex?
hilarating beverage. Also recommended as a Tonic.
A full suppiy ot tno : hove can be found at the
CO-OPEBA1IVE GROCERY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street.
jgf Gooda delivered free. september 2
CO-OPERATIVE G ROCE UT,
MARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
ME UTI HG STREETS,
(tf O JJ T H SIDE.)
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ot the NECESSARIES OP
LIFE, and also the luxur es-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times bo lound at the above Store,
established under the ampi ea of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
?ditch will conUuue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public Fresa arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded ?AI rous.
The "object" of tho Association la, as set forth In
its charter, '-To furnish aaoMbt-rs ?cd the public
with the necessaries of life of sood q lallty, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from tbe
profits of euch sales to accumulate capital for ita
Copies of tJO Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the store ot the Association, and all in?
quiries legarding the praetieal worklag of the enter?
prise will be moat cbrerfaby an i proaaptty satisfied.
W. H. WELCd, Muaarurtendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
ESALAS, AGENT FOR ' UK CHARLESTON
. Rranch ot the Havana -egar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respec fulb invito the attention
of dealers and smoko;-* to .?is vrry large stock of
HAVANA AND DOME -1 IC -EGAns, ot U gradea
and -izes, excelled bv f w iu this country, and war?
ranted to be as represente i
sample boxes seut to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O D., or 3o days' city accep?
No. 118 BAST B.Y-STKEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwfflmo
COAL ! COAL I!
JOH .V S . II O It Li B ? C K .,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM Ills FRIENDS AND
the public that he : as comm-nced tho COAL
AND GENERO. COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
sol'cito a share ol' their pa.rouage.
August 17 3mo
casee CONGRESS WATER. pints
5 cases Confrres Wafer, quart*.
ii. W. ATM AB,
Corner Xing und Vatiderhorst streets.
CHLUlMoE O i.|AB.
WHOLESALE ANO BET A EL.
THE BEST DIS . NF EC i val KOu SALE BT
E II. KELL-CRs 4 CO.,
March 28 >'.>. lill Sloe ing-street
THESE 1 XT N-rV. STAHLES ARE NOW IN
thorough epaira.nl . o it in
A FULL STOCK i iFHOl? - . . >Nr> VEHICLES
OF EVE Y Ii'f ION,.
Which can bc obtained
OPEN" AND CLO i ' lr -f" i* AND BTJG
GIKS .. .ND.
HORSES A1>0 ' .rVEBY.
Feptcmber 3 ,.;i:ney-strcet.
MAIN Gl \ ,ufc,stU\,
S. C , AUOUHI up going at
large, contrary tu . i lodged a: this
Post, a white and y. G ihe owner
can obtain the sam and paying
expenses. . INUIT,
August 26 hi .. P. and O. D.