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-Cotton closed in Liverpool yesterday
.higher, and with an upward tendency; uplands
^0id; Orleans lOJd; sales 15,000 bales.
J-^Cotion in New York yesterday was quoted
at 26$. but closed quiet, bayera refusing to
^gire over 26; sales ?800 bales..
-Gold dosed in Near York, yesterday, at ?4f
.-The new Park Bank, in New York, has five
. -Tho Austrian Oro ra Pr' nee ia learning: the
trade of a locks ni i th- .
-A woman's co-operative joh printing office.
Jba? been opened in 8an Francisco, with good
-prospects of success.
-Tho corn crops of Kentucky this year will
be unusually large, reports from- a? over the
.State indicating an increase over former years.
-The foot of the Venus de Medici is in
length one-seventh the height ol tho whole
figure, and in width a little more than one
. J-A company has been organized in Arkansas
'for tho purpose of building a railroad from St.
Louis to Now Orleans on the west bank of the
A Toileries official bas published a book giv?
ing important and rns:ructive details as to the
soups, cutlets and other edibles absorbed by
the imperial and royal stomachs during their
stay in Pons last year.
-A tower is to be erected at South Bend,
Indiana,,for thvtelescope which Louis Napo?
leon has given"*to the University of Notre
.Dame tuero. That institution is now besieg?
ed by five hundred new applicants for admis?
-The bondholders of the defunct Mexican
Empire have at last bad their claims adjudi
-cated by the French Commission, which, it is
-stated, has completed ita labors. Every bond?
holder entitled to indemnification will, as a
"first instalment, receive thirty per cent, of the
amount of his share of the capital appropriated
?for the liquidation of the chums.
-There are few people who have not been
?occasionally puzzled whether to write el at ie
ia the words that BO represent tho sound of
long P. A very simple, rule, Bays a schoolmas?
ter, removes all difficulty. When the dip:hong
follows c, it is always tt-ealing, con cet ve, ftc;
-when it follows any other letter it is always ie
? -srwf, friend, niece, &c.
-The New York Times, of Wednesday, sayt,'
'""The beauty and fashion that have lately re?
turned totoarn made the finest display of them?
selves on Broadway, yesterday afternoon, that
bas been witnessed any day this season. Such
?a procession of new faces and new dresses
such a variety of novel styles and rainbow col?
ors-such ton: hing exhibitions of the 'Grecian t
.bend' and the pannier- were never seen before,
.and could not be seen anywhere in the world
bat on picturesque, gay, lighthearted and free
Uro id woy.
-Great preparations are making in New
Yoik by the working men mr the second an?
nual convention of the National Labor Union,
.on Monday next, at the Germania Assembly
HOC?IS. It is expected that repr?sentatives
frota every Union in the country will be pro
sen:-Philadelphia; Baltimore, Pittsburg, St.
Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati and the Now Eng?
land cities, it is said, will send foll delegations.
.Before they adjourn, it is reported, an effort
"will be made to somehow arrange mattera be
- tween the boas masons and the journeymen.
-The New York Herald states that an iron
?teamer called the Dumbarton, which has been
(fitting oat at various piers in that city and
Brooklyn, sailed under very mysterious cir?
cumstances about six weeks ago. Information
ia ?ie hands of United States Marshal Murray
ibas led him to believe that her object is to
take a cargo ol slaves from the coast of Africa
lo Ceba or Brazil. There was no evidence tan?
gible enough to authorize a. seizure while she
?ras in port, bat later information has confirm?
ed the marshal in this belief since she sailed
It is thought that sho will stop at o io of the
small Nova Scotia- ports to take in addition?
al supplies. Another vessel is fitting ont at
present, intended, it is supposed, for the same
-The rupture of the negotiations between
Prussia and Holland relative to the navigation
of the Rhino appears to have caused some
:arann in Berlin, where the determination
shown by the Dutch Government in the mat?
ter is ottrihutod to ita being secretly support?
ed by Franco. The point ic. dispute is whether
the new convention, which it is proposed to es?
tablish in place'of those now in existence, is to
"apply to the whole of the river and its tribata
.-rios, or only lo the streams on the other side of
Gm kum and Dordrecht. The Du'ch Govern?
ment considers that, the Merwele and the
Meuse being part of Holland, the navigation
?ofthose rivers ought to bo under its exclusive
-control. This view is opposed, on behalf of
the Zollverein, by Prussia, who appeals to the
last Convention on the subject (that of 1831),
and the treaty of Vienna, which stipul?tes that
?ho navigation of tba Rhine shall be free to
. the sea. As this is the first occasion on which
.Prussia bas acted as the representative of the
.Zollverein, it is believed that she will not allow
the matter to drop, but moko farther and more
urgent representations to Holland on tho sub?
-Hon. Reverdy Johnson's speech at the
Sheffield cutler's banquet has been presented
in brief by telegraph. As reported in foll in
the English papers it presents no new points,
being such an honest, dignified and friendly
-address as we expected from Mr. Johnson. On
the same occasion Mr. Roebuck, au English
politician, made himself disagreeable by airing
bis ideas of political economy as illustrated
by the comparative Democracy of the two
. nation?. He said that the government of
England was now in the hands of the work?
ing classe?, and though the same system
-had been attempted in America, under mach
mare favorable circumstances, the result was
?every way more unfavorable. He waa thank?
ful that England waa free from the "wild
Triah.Tiant the assassinating Italian and the
dumbfounded Spaniard," and that it had men
.-of its own nationality alone to deal with. In
-this way he thought the change was safe ;
whi?e io America, be ''balbeen told," the bet?
ter and the educated classes withdrew them?
selves from political life and left political af?
fairs "in the hands of the buccaneering por?
tion of society." The moral which ho drew
from this ignorant assumption was that the
"better classes" of England must take care not
to tall into the dangers which America expe?
riences,- but must "exert the power of mind
over mind" in influencing tho "working elasti?
cs" in the matter of political government.
-The Havre Journal gives au account of on
interesting experiment made in that port. An
American named Stoner, dressed in an aquatic
costume of his own invention, and accompanied
by a friend similarly attired, jumped into the
sea from a steamer and moved about in the
water in an erect attitude, the water only up to
the breast. He and his friend ate and drank
provisions which they had taken with them ina
tin box, they Bred off pidtols, hoiscd a flag upon
the box, lay down upon the water, and per?
formed various other feats, apparently as much
at their caao as if they had been on dry land.
After an hour Mr. Stoner's companion left the
water, the motion of the waves having made
him feel rather seasick. Mr. Stoner remained
longer and went ont a long way to sea. When
be returned on board he took off his seagoing
custom and the sandals, loaded with lead,
which kept bun in a vertical position in the
water, and appeared in bis usual dress, which
had not been, it is said, touched by the water.
-A Feruvian gentleman who was in Arica
during the earthquake, has given the New
York papers many horrible details an! inci?
dents. He says : " No one who did not witness
it can form any idea of its horror." Groans
and outcries, tailing buildings and shivered
timbers, the air so filled with dust and ashes,
so checked with the fine dirt of the adobe
buildings, and so strong an. electric smell in
the air, similar to the strongest brimstone, that
the only way people could breathe or escape at
all was by each one throwing him or herself fiat
on the ground and burying the face flat in the
very earth which groaned and opened around
them. Parents crying for their children; mo?
thers screaming to their husbands; and a
blinding cloud of dust and brimstone, and the
crash of tumbling houses, the roar of the ter?
rible in-coming sea, and the shrieks of the
wounded dying in the falling ruins. In Moqua
the ground opened, and as it olosed again in?
stantly it caught the ill-fated people, leaving
them partly projected from the earth. Here
are'to be seen hands protruding, feet and toes
sticking out above the earth. The top of a
bead, and even the whole head and neck of
some of the people, Angers and arms, with the
bodies to which they belong shut into the gap?
ing earth 1 What horrible deaths must these
have been I
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19. 1868.
Fm Provient.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For Viot-Prttidtnt.FRANOIS P. BLAIR.
Tito Feeling In the North.
In Ute North, the Maine elections have ;
not caused the members of the Democratic J
party either uneasiness or distrust. A (
Radical success in the < 'Pine Tree State" was !
a foregone conclusion ia the minds of all <
thoughtful men; and in the actual result,
taken in connection with the demeanor of i
the masses of the people, there was found
cause for renewed courage and increased
exertion, rather than for inertness and dis?
- At the present time, the Northern Democ- .
racy so speak and act as to give the South- 1
erner who is in the midst of them the
brightest auguries of a brilliant and deci- '
sive victory. In villages and lecture halls, 1
"Hail Columbia, GEORGS WASHINGTON and 1
the American Eagle" are still requested to 1
step forward aad save the "country and '
"constitution." The pure and patriotic
men who lead the Democracy, in city and 1
in hamlet, with kindling eye and burning
tongue, brand with shame the enemies of
liberty, and expose the shallow artifices of
the drunken crew who would steer our ship
to destruction. But, beyond ?ll these, are
the sober, thoughtful men who have read,
have thought and have chosen. There is
no bombast in their quiet words; over them
no eagle flaps its wings; but they are strong
and steady in their conviction of the right,
and fixed and determined in their resolu?
tion to strike a blow for themselves in
striking a blow for the Union.
It is now plain enough to the West and
North, that "the continuance of Bemi-anar
"chy, such as has existed for the last three
"years in ten States of our Union, largely
"increases the dangers of centralism,
"swells our national expenditures, dimin?
ishes our productions and our revenue,
"inspires doubts of our political and finan?
cial stability, depreciates the value of our
"national bonds and currency, and places
"the oredit of the richest below that of the
"poorest nation in Christeudom;" and these
facts have gone home with greatest force to .
th i merchants, the mechanics, and the ag?
riculturists, wbo, in ordinary days, have
nothing to do with political parties. They
vote, or not, as their interests suggest, and
never tie themselves blindly to the .car of
any party chief. These men hold the bal?
ance of power, and they have now thor?
oughly learned that in the present contest
between conservatism and revolution, each
one of them is practically and personally
interested. They hive made up their minds
to vote for SEYMOUR and BLAIR, not because
they are Democrats, but because they are
the representatives of national liberty and
personal security, as opposed to GRANT and
COLFAX, the worthy representatives of war,
carnage and revolution.
For this great intermediate class, which
includes so much of solid wealth aud mer?
cantile sagacity, both of the great parties
have been struggling. The Radicals, in
spite of clamor and vituperation, perhaps
on account of them, have wholly failed; and
at this present time the Democracy of the
North are more calmly and seriously confi?
dent of a happy result than they have been
at any moment since the meeting of the
National Democratic Couventien. They are
not blind to the dangers of the contest.
They do not close their ears to the sh outs
with which their foes urge on their halting
legions. They do not overlook the power
and the patronage which their adversaries
undoubtedly poesess. But tuoy know now
that the common sense of the country goes
with them and sustains them; and, having
already genius and patriotism to direct and
control them, they no more doubt that vic?
tory will be theirs than they doubt that the
snows of winter will follow the ruddy hues
The writer speaks not from report or
hearsay, but of his personal knowledge
and it is earnestly hoped that in the Sout'i,
where so much can be done, there will he
neither doubt nor fear, and that every man
will continue to work with the old and
simple faith, that the right will prevail.
What tbe Freedmen's Bureau Costs.
One of the most effective arguments
which the Democrats of the North are
using with the tax-payers to accomplish the
overthrow of Radioal rule in November
next, consists in a simple exposure of facts
in regard to the gigantic burdens which the
country has to bear in sustaiuing the Freed
men's Bureau. The bureau waB organized
by the act of March 3, 1865, though it had
been practically in existence long before,
under the name of the Department of Negro
Affairs, which transferred large property
and funds to the bureau. The vast expen?
ditures of the organization were at first
purposely concealed in a mass of appropri?
ations, and mixed up with those of the War
and other departments, so that it is almost
impossible to get at the exact outlay. No
fair or precise account has ever been ren?
dered. It is certain, however, that Con?
gress, in August, 1867, made two direct ap?
propriations for the Bureau, amounting to?
gether to nearly eleven millions of dollar?;
and to this amount must be added the
"abandoned" lands in the Southern States,
and others to which tbe government claimed
title by confiscation or sale, which were
selied and appropriated for the use of this
concern, together with an immense amount
of fines, taxes, retained bounties, kc, of
which no returns have been made, making
an enormous aggregate. Besides these vast
resources, the Secretary of War had power
to isBue unlimited supplies of provisions,
clothing and. fuel subject to regulations
prescribed by himself. The scale on which
it was done may be estimated by the fact
that ten millions of rations were issued in
twelve months. No account of the clothing
and fuel has been furnished. It is all pur?
posely covered up. So, too, in regard to
transportation, medical supplies, and the
like. But although the actual cost of this
enormous establishment cannot be precisely
stated, for the reasons given, still there are
approximate figures which furnish a prac?
tical idea of the millions which it consumes.
General How ABD, the Commissioner of the
Bureau, who is directly interested in plac?
ing a minimum estimate upon the outlay, -
and who has she wn no disposition to facili?
tate inquiry upon the subject, made an
official statement of the probable expendi?
tures for the year 1866, as follows :
Salaries of Assistant and sub-Assist?
ant Commissioners. $147,500
Salaries of clerks. 82 800
Stationery and printing. 6S,000
Quarters and fuel. 15.900
Dlotbir.g for distribution. 1,750 00ii
Commissary's stores. 4,106 250
Uedical Department. 500,000
Iranspor tation. 1,930,000
School superintendents. 21,000
Sites for school houses and asylums 3,000 000
In several of the items, this estimate
proved to be far below the mark. For exam?
ple, the salaries are stated at $280,300, while
the actual amount paid for a single year
was $815,731 94, exclusive of the pay for
school teachers, hospital attendants, and
army officers. These figures afford ample
food for reflection for the tax-paying masses
of the North, and must tell at the ballot
box with tremendous force against the parity
which is directly responsible for the mad
sztravagance whioh they exhibit.
T> K?b V L A I 'A T l O l .
47... ?.. : .
By GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of Charleston.
CITY HALI,, MATOB'S Orne?. )
C HABLES TON, 8. C., August 18,1868. S
Believing it the sincere desire of every individual
in this community to assist In preserving tho public
peace, and maintaining the dignity of the laws; feel?
ing, in the political uri temant now pervading <>U clas
Bo* of oar people, that through a siDgle act ot violence,
cither ly accident or?otherwise, wo maybe over?
whelmed in a deplorab e breach of law and order
I, GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of the city afore
EAid, do rall upon all good citizens to abstain as far
an possible from all public demonstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. Let each ono regard him?
self as answerable to thc public for the good con?
duct of all. Let no one, in the exercise of liberty,
do that against tho law which will by law deprive
him of hie liberty. The public pesco must and
shall be preserved.
Given under my band, and the seal of the city
[L. a] the date and year above moe tiona J.
GEORG B W. CLARK, Mayor.
Jost ono /oonb.
PVK DOLLARS RBW A RD.-LOST, ON
the 10th inst, ff m Ko. 101 Cominx-atreot, s
WHITE POODLE BITCH, answsrs to the nano of
MINX. The above reward will be paid ir left at the
above residence. 4* September 18
THIRTY DOLL \ RS REWARD.-LOST
or stolen, s DOCBLE-CASE ENGIISH O OLD
WATCH, having a bell engraved npon the case, with
gold guard chain and green stone seal attached. Any
person leaving said Watch and Chain ai Mr. R.
SALAS' store, No. Ill Bast BAT. will receive the
above reward, and no question a?ked.
September 18 3
JMPEKIAL P1UIC INSURANCE
COMP AN Y OF LONDON.
ESTABLISHED 180 3.
Cash Capital Faid Up and Invested over $8,000,(XX
V. S. Branch Office, No. 40 Plnc-street.
LOCAL DIBECTOBf? IS KEW TOBE :
E. V. ARCHIBALD, Eeq., H. B. M. Consul, Chair
RICHARD IRVIN, Fsq., RICH ?no In YT* A Co.
ED. S. JAFFRAY, Fsq.. E. H. JAFFRAY k Co.
J. BOuRMAN JOHNSTON, E?q , J. BOORMAK JOHN?
STON A Co.
A. A. LOW, Fsq., A. A. Low A BBOTHEBS
DAVID SALOMON, Esq., No. ll Wo-t 38th-atreet.
JAMES STUART, Ecq., J. i: J. STUART.
EDGAR W. CUi WELL, Resident Manaeer.
Risks taken as low as in other first-class compa
niee, and Losses adjusted and paid nero.
Polices ls?ued, payable lu gold or currency, bf
A. L. TOBIAS, No. 109 East Bay,
June 20 stnth3mo Agen' for ( 'harleston. S. C.
T~ H Ifi V ? R ' *
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
A'o. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South sid*, between Ems and Mooting streets.
Mr HEUER ie a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his buxiuess. uno is prepared to
servo bis trionds and the public generally in the seve?
ral branches of UU art, viz:
HOUSE WANTED.^^PUNT?TUAL AND
permicent tenant wishes to rent a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, Atc , "A
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. September 18
WANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN PROM
the up-country, a situation os CLERE in
either a Wholesale or Retail Grocery Store; is ex?
perienced in the business, and can influence trade.
Beet of references (riven. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postofllce, i'outii Carolina.
September ll _
TO THE UNEMPLOYED.-INDUSTRI?
OUS and educated gentlemen of good address
wonted ss CANVASSERS for a first class L'FE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY. Capaeity and aeal are al?
ways well reworded in tuis vocation. Direct, wirb
real name, Postofflce Box No. 824, Bichmond, vir?
ginia. Imo August 21
A GENTS WANTKD-DEMOCRATIC
J\. CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eight by ten Oval steel
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BL MR. with or
without frames, Sheets 25 cents carn. Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Charts.
kc, one hundred per cent profit. Samt le packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at once
GOODSPEED 4 CO.,
August 14 2mo* No. 37 Park Row. N. Y.
can beobtoined by appltcabo to the "UNION
H'^ME," from 9 til 1 ll o'clock daily.
Servonts con also find places by application to thc
same place, at the same hours Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers street
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZLNES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 Erng-strest.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell our PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York. Om os April 20
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Librory of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
T^O^RICNTT^WO^FINE ROOMS. No.
3C7 King-street. Apply In the STORE below.
August 15 stu th
RRENT. TWO NICE ROOMS ANDA
KITCHEN. Apply ot 29 HASEL-STREET.
September 16 3
RRENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best Stands in the olty for a Grooery and Bar
Room Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY opposite New
Custom H 'use. (september 15
FOR RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY
fdtuati d RESIDENCE No. 12 Bee-street, north
riU. S. Arsenal. For particulars applv at No. 25
HAYNE-STBEET. BW 6- ptember 12
rpo RENT, A COMFORTABLE: TWO
X AND A HALF STOBY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
street Also, a HOUSE No. 3 Donghtr-strecL Ap?
ply to W. BYRNE, northeast comer King and John
RRENT, A FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS
8TAND, No. 290 KING-STREET, a few doors
south of Wentworth. Pot session given on 1st of
October. Apnly ON THE PREMISES.
rlRKNT, A PART Of HOUSE No. S71
Coming-etreeL Inquire on premises.
TO RENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWs OF?
FICE July 2
TO RENT, WITH Ott WITHOUT
FURNITURE, or fo- sile, the DWELLING. No.
17 Ashlej-street, with a fine shaded Lor, having
every convenience for a hage family. Apply on the
premises. _fra September ll
RRENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-STORY HOUSES, situated
closo to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas toing north and south. Both Housos aro
in good condition, and well adortsd for private resi?
dences, hotels or tx arding establishments. To bo
rented singly or together; the Furniture taken by
agreement, ir des rabio. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
SIDEWHEEL STEA.HKK FOR SALE.
Thc Steamer PLATO, a powerful Tug Boat,
hiving boen recntly pot in complete order, will be
sold at Private Sole. The following are ber dimen?
sions : Length, 94 feet; treadth. 21 feel; size of
cvlindcr, 32 inches, and 6 feet stroke.
For terms, apply to JOHN H. MURRAY,
Savannah Repu ilican copy three times, and send
bill io J. H. Murray. 3 Soptember 19
FOR SALK, OLD NEW SIM PE Us, IN
any qnanhty, price 75 cents per hundred. Anplv
at the Office ef the DAILY NEWS. February 20
_0 IS3J??^*0iL.??L-?^?^, ???!l???
DISSOLUTION-THE FIRM OF MOR
BIS & McNEIL WBB, by mutual conseut, dis?
solved on September 1.
The Business will be continued by R. J. MORRIS,
who assumes all liabilities of tho firm, and is alone
authorized to sign in liquidation.
R. J. M0RRI8.
September 15 futhsS* J. McNEIL.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Tbe Copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween the subscribers, under tho siyle of LIT i LE A
MARSHALL, ii this day dissolved by mutual con?
sent. Thc affairs of the late Arm will be settled by
A. 8. MARSHALL, who will continuo thc business at
the old stand, No. 110 MEETING-STREET.
E. H LITTLE
A. S. MARSHALL.
Charleston, S. C., September 12, W8.
september 14 12
OFFICE OK THETCIK?IB?MOF POLILCST^
Cattai -, K. C., Sentomber 19, 18C8 -Pur?
suant to City Ordinance, the BELL OF KT. MI?
CHAEL will be rung ot SEVEN and NINE O'CLOCK
P. M. on and ofter the 20fA instant,
9. ?. ?I?WALD,
September 19 Cai<W of PsMoe.
OFFICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE, MAIN
GUARD HOUSE, COARLLVION, S. C., Sep?
tember 15 1868.-Taken ft oin a thief, a sum of
money, which the owner can recover hy givicg
C. H. HIGWALD,
Septen*ber 16 Chief of Police.
OFFICE OF CHIEF l?F POLICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C.. August
31, 1898.-Recovered and brought to this Poht, a
GRAY FILLY. If not colled tor within five days, it
will De told to poy oxpensos. C. B. hlGWALD,
August 31 Chief of Police.
CITY TREASURY, JULY 1, 1808.- NH
TIOE TO HOLD BU tj OE TIRE LOAN OJ?
PGJiS.- The Fite Loan Coupons due this doy and
payable in the City of New York, will be poid on pre?
sentation ot this Office. H. THOMAS,
July 2 City Trcoauror.
EEVO VAL.-OK. FR AIV CIS L. PAR
EE* bas removed hi* Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HAS EL-STREET, two doors
east of the Postofflce. July'J4
g POTT S WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BUOTHERS, iHOPitiK-- US.
jy? ADAME G I D I ERE,
COHNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS
CHARLESTON. S. C
Transient Board $2 ."??? per Day.
KIRKLAND Cv CO., Proprietors.
NEW YORK CITY.
O. M. H1LDRETI1 6i CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRsT-CLAs.
HOTEL, a? popularly knowu in former tituc
undor the m:wagi"_ent o: J. B. MON'NOT, Esq., an 1
moro recently unrltr thot of HIRAM CRANSTON &
O ., is now undoi the proprietorship of iiessrs. D.
M. BLLDRETH A: T. B. ROCKWAY, liner the urm ot
D. M. H1LDRKTH A- CO.
The senior partner from ti- long experience a? i
pioprieior of thi Yaranda, st. Lo.us und St, Charle?
Hotels of New Orleans, flatter* himself that he eau
assure his fr eud* ami he public generally, (''at it.
formcr world-wide reputation ?ts a popular nr^t-Waes
Hoto!, shall be fully su-tiined nuder itt present
management. lyr* February 1.1
TfEND REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
_" This Evening (Saturday), 19th lust, at Eight
By order of the President.
PHIL. BUCHHETT, Ja ,
September 19 1 Secretary Hope P. E. Co.
ED.-Mons. BERGER informs his patrons
ind the public that he has resumed tba coarse of
bis tuition in DANCING. To enable every one to be
taaglit properly, which can ba doue but by a profes?
sional teacher, he bas greatly rolucod his price.
Pupils will find it to their advantage to becta early
in the season. Apply at No. 214 KING, rear Market
itreet. s4 September 19
DR. LORD'S SCHOOL. POR YOI'SG
LADIES will be recommenced in the School
Room of Pt Paul's Church on the first of October.
MRS. EDWARD B. WHITE'S B\G
LI9H AND FRENCH BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOCMG LADIES, in the City of New
York, No. 2 West Forty Third-streot, next door to
Fifth Avenue, w?i open September 21st. For Circu?
lars applv as above.
September 15 nie tus*
INSTRUCTION PUR THE BLIND.
Having a few pupils of the abore rises, any one
saving children so afflicted may have them EDU?
CATED by applying to the undersigned, at No. 2
ORANGE-STREET. Music Is included.
W. B. NORTH
September i_ 29athf6.
RICHMOND PHD!ALB INSTITUTE
Tho next Session begins October 1st, undermost
Attention 1- called to the superior Educational and
Boarding advantages now ottered by the Institute.
For catalogues, or any special information, address
or apply to
CHARLES H WINSTON, M. A.,
September 18 Imo President
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOB YOUNG LADIES.
Nos. 106 Aim 108 Lnroaif Row, FBAKBXIN-STREET.
THE DUTIES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RF
5TTSLED on the firs' day af October next.
Circulars can be bad of GEORGE L. BLDGOOD,
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PEGBAM A CO., or of
Box No. 126, Richmond, Virginia.
UNIVERSITY OP THE CITY OP NEW
YOBS.-The usual exercises will be resumed
as follows: In the Grammar School Department,
September *; In the Dspsrtmont of Scionce and Let?
ters, september 16; in tho School of Civil Englua-r?
ing, September 16; In the School of Art, Septembor
21; in the School of Law, Octo.cr 1; in the School of
Medicine, October IV; in the School of Practical
Chemistry, Octo-er 12.
Catalogues and circulars at the Un:versify. Ex?
aminations lov admission to tho Department of ?el?
enco and Letters will take place in the Council
room, on Tuesday, the ISth September, at half-post
Nino A. M. ISAAC FERRIS.
University, Washington Square, East
September 18 Imo
BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL POR
YOUNG LADIES.-M s. B. F. W. ALLSTON
will reopen her BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, No. 37 MLETING-bTREET, Charles?
ton, on the ISth day of October next. She would
respectfully announce to hor patrons that sho is pre?
pared to give every attention to her scholars.
Shu would take this occasion to thank her friends
for their kindness and patronage bltbeito extended,
and to solicit the continuance of the same.
September 17 Imo
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL
Ths Subscriber, late Assistant of Rev. Dr.
MYERS, will open on the 1st of October a SCHOOL,
In which will be taught ENGLISH, r HENCH, and
Belying upon his reputation aa a Teacher, ho hopes
for a liberal share ot patronage.
For termB, apply at hl3 RESIDENCE, No. 37
Archdale-strcot. JOHN GANNON.
September 16 wfms?*
J?OOKK KEPI INO, PENMANSHIP,
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO
glvo instruction in tho abovo branches by a COURSE
OF LECTURES, with practical lessons. An EVE?
NING CLASS will be opened on Friday, thc 2Cih
Terms, Ac, made known on application at resi?
dence, No. 12 Wrapg Square
T. STREET BURDELL.
September 16 wfm5
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENTWOR TH-STBEET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC. WRITING, HEADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR ure from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M
Terre?-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
Dei-ember 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
TJMVERS1TY OP THE SOOTH.
8 E Vf A N E E .
BT. REV. WM. M. GREEN, D. D., Chancellor.
BT. REV. C. T. QUTNTARD, D. D., LL. D" Vice
Trustees-The Bishops or North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas ex officio,
and ons Clerical and two Lay Trustees from each
of said Dioceses.
The Board of Trustees of the University announce
that they will open thc Junior Department at Uni?
versity Place, ou Wednc'day, the 16th doy of Sep?
tember next, under General J. UORGAt, of Ala
boa a, as Head Master, a dlslingalHhcd grad?ale of |
Wost Point, very highly recommended by General
Lee and other leading men of tte country.
Desiring to make thc School simply self-snstain
ing, the Trus'ces huve fixed upon tho sum of SAGO
per year to cover tho entire charges, except matricu?
late-'j frc l?lin an. I mr dirai attendance. Students
will bc requlrod to furnish their own sheets, pillows,
caceB and towe's Ptiyment will bo required semi?
annually in advance.
The first term will closo December 15, and thc
School will reopen, after tho Christmas vacation, on
thc 10th day of Februar.., remaining m ses i?n dur?
ing the summer except a short recess.
Communications in reference to tho School should
be addressed to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Ecq., Treasu?
rer of tho University, University Place, Franklin
Tho location of tho University on the beautiful and
saint.riou? plateau of tho Cumberland Mountains U
too well known io require desorption.
Persons coming to University Place change cars at
Cowan Station, Nashvillo and Chattanooga Railroad,
and take the cars of the Tennessee Coal Company to
University Station |9 miles) on tho University do
moin. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
September 9 Chancellor.
Till. GK ir BN VILLE KNTERPRISE,
G. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. BAILEY, Pro
pi lctor and Associate, bas a good circulation tn both
town and conn ry, and is read in tho Counties of
PickenB, An lemon, Ocouee, Spurtaub erg, ano Lau?
rena. Its popular ty continue? to increase, and will
well repay the Charleston merchants to advertise in
its col ".inns. Terms as usual. Ad.lress as pi-r above.
Septem b< r 18
THJki LAKE CI ft PM.KSS, PCBLISH
KD at LakoCity. Florida, enjo .s the largest clr
culnti >u of any newspaper published in thc State. It
is circulate 1 principal.y lu those counties tu East
Fl- rida, (rom which the me chants of i harloston
got the most trude, but sont to nearly i very P st
offl'-e ir. the .--tai* lt ia decidedly a white mou's
pai-er, which, togcthor wUL its exten-ivo etrcuiat'on,
mult.-s it a m ist .-esirab e advertising me dum tor
tho merchant! of Charleston, who w.s i io encourage
Floridair.de. E W. DAVK
september 14 Editor and Topr.ctor.
rjlHE BENNETTsVILLE JOU.OAL.
PUBLISHED IN BENN KTTSVILLE, S. C., BY
STUBB* A LIT TL-, Proprietors, WM. LUTLE,
Editor; A. A. 3IUBB-, Publisher.
ibo oxteusive circulation of the BcnnultJVtlls
Journal iu tho Pee Lue couutx>, reudors it a supe
ii or advertising medium for the mo-- bants ami no?
siness men of Charleston, who deane to oxteud their
lm-incss in this sec?jn f thc Htato The proprie?
tors have resolved to advo-aac at prioss to s ii the
times. I he Jour <al is the only poper published in
this po tion of thc State.
The editor will devote h's tim^ an-1 enorgv to pro
mute the interoste and maintain tho supremacy of
tho white moo. and will uniiiucbin^ly puriorm his
duty in th: defence ol' right und jaitioe.
ijp HE KK?WhE COLIUEH,
PUbLISHED IN WALHALLA, 9. C., BY ROBERT
YOUNG A CO.
WHTTNEB SYMMES Edi or; BOIiEBT Ye UNG,
TDK COURIER, published a' the lemiiuns of thc
Blue Ridge It?.road, und su'Tounde.l by the abun?
dant ana teri lo counties of North Cjruli ia and Geor?
gia, affords a superior advertising modium for thc
merchant* ol' chtirle-<ton and Columbia. 'Thc fall
trade before us promisoa immense shipments from
this d-pot of every kind Ol produce. Tho proprie?
tors devote their time ODJ energy to promote thc
ontcrpii-u and NMUrcas or th-? State, and to main?
tain tho supremacy of t'jc white race.
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW ?ORK.
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW YORK, FOR SALE
PELZER, RODGERS & CO.,
September 10 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOKE
jr^OE SALK BT
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
September 8 DAC Imo
Pr i) (2000119, Ctr.
HEATX GUNST CLOTH,
ryff BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH, LANDING
i i) ex steamer James Adge-, ship R. C. Winthrop
and sehr. Lilly.
100 coils FLAX ROPE
For sale by B ENRY COBIA fc CO.
Septembor 19 3
5BALES HOPEWELL FACTORY SHIRTINGS.
For sale by T. J. KERR & CO.
BATESYHLLB 7-8 SHIRTINGS.
?A BALES SUPER SHIRTINGS. FOR SALB
?V/ low by OEO. W. WILLIAMS A; CO.,
g T R A ? S S Ai VANCE,
So. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DRY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An ageni in New York will furnish sup?
plies of Now Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos
Urtu ?)ork Jworrtwfnteiits.
"JJ OW LEM BROTHERS dC CO.,
No. 12 RUE DE LA PAlX, PARIS.
No. 76 STATE-STREET, BOSTON.
No. 19 WILLIAM-STBEET, NEW YOEE.
Exchange on London and Paris bongbt and sold.
Bills on the Union Bank, London. Circular Let?
ters of Credit, available throughout Great Britain
and the Continent of Europe.
Paris, April IS, 1868. 3ai os September 19
?yt * 1 LL1.VJ1S & GUION,
No. 71 WALL-STREET, NEW TORE,
Issue Circular Letters of Credit Through
ALEX. S. PETRI* k CO., London,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS IN ALL
PARTS OF EUROPE, &c.
Sterling Exchange at Sight and Sixty Days.
Orders for STOCK*, BONDS and MERCHAN?
DISE executed in London hy cable or Mail.
September 19 2mos
JJATCH, FOOTE Ai CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
GOLD, STOCKS, ko.
Bny, sell and exchange at fall market ratea, aU
issues ot U. S. Bonds without delay.
Impor'ersand others supplied w th gold.
Acoounts receive J, Interest allowed, collections
No. 12 WALL-STREET, NEW YORK,
September 19 3mos.
GEORGE OFD?KE. WM. A. STEPHENS.
O. FRANCIS OPDYEE.
GEORGE OPDYKE & CO
No. ?85 Nassau-street,
(COBKEB OF CEDAB-STBEET),
DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM INDIVIDUALS,
Firms, Banks, Bankers and Corporations, subject
to check at sight, and interest allowed at the rate
of FOUR PER CENT, per annum.
CERTIFICA ILS OF DEPOSIT is-uod, bearing FOUR
PER CENT, interest, payablo on demand, or ofter
fix d dates.
COLLECTIONS made on all occossible points in the
United States, Cmado and Europe. Dividends and
Coui ons also collected, and oil most promptly ac?
ORDKRS promptly executed, for tba purchase of
Gold, also, Government and other Securities, on
INFORMATION furnished, and Purchases ot Ex?
changes ?I securities made for investors.
N t'GO iIATJON? of Loons and Foreign Exchange
effected. Cmos September 19
^TOHTII, STEELS Ai WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, fcc., kc,
No. 167 .Vectlng-strcct,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. - C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, JB. New York.
Septen ber 15 3mos
J OGAM ?fe SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN.. .E. RAYNARD SEABROOK
Il . SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
j(W OuTcc No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over tho Peo?
ples, National Bank. . May 8
yyiLLis Ai < H isoL.M.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ?nd Domestic Ports) oi
COTTON. RICE, LUM HER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WILI .'S.A. H. CHISOLM.
.tl. MARSHALL Oi BROTHER,
REAL EHTATE AGENTS. BROKER?
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, 4c, BOUGHT ANTJ
.-.OLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
03~ Auction or HORSES, FURNITURE, ?C., everj
Wrdn<:<laii. October If
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 Jf A RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may bc frun-l every variety of GREAl
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS. Sltirts, Un
dexbbirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks.
Boot"' Shoos, Hats and Caps, Trunks, ('arpet Bazs.
J. SCH LEPEGRELL,
' So. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANT ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PESTER?
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SJn.SGLKS;
also. liROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, fcc., con?
stantly on hand ut the lowest market prices.
September 13 thialyr
ROPE, TWINE, BAGGING, &c,
'1 ?fi C0IL9 ^ E"03- PE'JOND QUALITY, MA
JLfjU NILLA BO HE
60 co?s }? inch Flax Bope
10 coils }? inch Flax Rope, "cable laid"
6 bales superior Hemp Twine
- pieces S. I. Bagging. l)? pounds to yard
30 barrels Br. Stout, qa?.s and pint--glass.
The ai ove will be solda. VER? LOW FIGURES to
close cons gnmeuts, by BUDD A; BLAKE.
SOFT COAL ! SOFT COAL!
IAA TONS SUPERIOR 80FT COAL, SUIT
JLUU ABLE for kindling or parlor purposes,
will be sold at greatly i educed prices to close the
BUDD k BLAKE.
The very best Philadelphia R.A. Coal alwayBon
hand and for sale at the lowest market price.
September 19 - f tu 2
JOHX S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the pubbc that he las comm?nced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17_ 3mo
WANTED TO PU iii HASE.
?AA BUSHELS LOW COUNTRY RYE AP
OVJVJ PLY to JOHN BINNS.
No. 19 fcxehange-itrcet,
Sep'ember 14 mwf3 South of old Postofflce.
OAAA BUSHELS PRIME TENNESSEE
0 VJ VJ VJ WHITE COEN, lu Store and Rail?
For sale by T. .T. KERR k CO.
September 18 3
BEARD'S PATENT BUCKLE
WE ARE SELLING THIS EXCELLENT AND
STRONG TJE at reduced rates.
It is equal to any Buckle Tie in use.
We are daily expectlnt! a heavy supply of BEABD'S
FAMOUS LOCK TTE, which is the simplest, sLong
est and best Tie now before the public, which wiU be
Bold on the most favorable terms.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS b CO..
September 17 thstuS Factors.
TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, TO
arrive per bark Mary and Louisi.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
1 t^ncisACKi} livebpool salt
600 SACKS FINE SALT.
Landing per Cecilio, from Livorpool. For sale in
lots to suit buyers. R. T. WALKER,
September 17 Boyce k Co.'s Wharf.
Q R CASKS PRIME C. R SIDES
00 9 casks prime clear Sides-Western meat
10 tee. Magnolia Hams.
5,000 bushels primo '1 ennessee CORN
50 bhls. Flour )
76 sacks Flour, Family [ AU grades.
25 hau* Harks Flour, Family )
By uE J. W. WILLIAMS k CO,
September 10 thstu5_Factors.
ALOT OF PRIME CAROLINA RICE, JUST RE?
CEIVED, which is offered for sale at a very
reduced prie?, at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street.
BSr Goods delivered free. September 16
H. & H. W. CATHE ll WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
TN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
J_ OUK PURE OLD MONONGAHKLA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our lorin er numerous customers ot the
Soutb, we have appointed Mo.-srs. H. GERD TS k
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, ore
enabled to supply the trade at prices which will en?
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. & H. W. CATHERWUUD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
(TA BBLS. OF THE ABOV.l FAVORITE WHIS
OVJ KEY?, consisting of X XX. XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRAN Da, and also of
Now landing, and for salo low by
H. GERDTS & CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Noa. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFER FOR SALE AT J HE LOWEST MARKET
fTi^ HHDS. CHOICE WESTERN C. R. SIDES
OVJ 50 nhds. Choice Western Rib Sides
60 hhds. Choice Western .-boulders
20 hhds. Bright No. 2 Shoulders
26 tierces Oho'^o S. C. Hams
40 hhds. Primo No. 2 S. C. Hams
25 boxes Hre-kfust Ba< oa
40 bbls. Refined Su ar.
40 tierces N. Y. Molasses
10 t his. Choice Molasses
20 bbls. Sugar House Sj rup
10 balee Gunny Bagging
60 boxes E. D. Cheese
150 bbls. Flue, Super and Extra Flour.
25 boxes Low Priced 1 obocco.
We shall alwovs koop a lull supply of everything
connected with the "ho;*," and would invite our
city and country friends to inspect stock before
September 1 Imo
MARK KT, BETWEEN KING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CARF.F?LLY
selected supply ol tho NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINE-, LIQUORS,
etc -will at all timos bs found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of tho "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
wir cu will continue and extend tho ad /antages it
already offers to thc public. Fresh a.-rivols and
bargains will bo regularly reported, an.l every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
Thc "object" of the Association is, os sot forth ls
its charter, "To furnish members and the public
with tito necessaries of life of good q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies ofjtLie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at tho Store of the Association and all in
quines icgording the practical working of the enter?
prise WiU be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, AssisUnt
1 AA ROLLS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, PRICE
J. VJ VJ 24 cents cish per yard.
Apply at ME Eilis G. STREET ICE BOUSE.
Septemcer 10 Imo
BORNEO BAGGING !
C)>J1 BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
? I A weight and width.
For role by GEO. A. TEEN HOI.M fe SON.
<m\C\ cases CONGRESS WATER, pints
??U 5 cases Congress Water, quart".
G. W. AIMAR,
Corner King and Vaudorhorst streets.
SEED WHE AT, SE KD RTE, SEED
DARLEY, SEED OATS,
E-PECIALLY SELECTED FOR THE SOIL, FOR
sale by JOHN CAMPSE.N k CO.,
No. li Market-street, opposite State.
September 14 m4
CHAHLESTOM HOTEL mmi
THESE 1 XTI-NSIVE STABLES ARE NOW IN
thorough i epair and contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can be obtained at aU hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DOUGLAS k JACKSON,
Charleston Hotel Stables
September 3 2mo9* Pinctney-street.