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-Gold closed in New York on Saturday at
' -X42 bi-J-1433 asked.
-Cotton closed firm. Salea 900 bales at 25$c
-In Liverpool on Saturday the cotton market
waa quoted firmar. Sales 12,000 bales.
-Commodore -Vanderbilt intends founding a
?city in New Jersey. " ' -
-The Germans of Philadelphia are to send
Bismarck a dinnetaervice.
-Bows with embroidered monogram ends
are in vogue among tho ladies.
-The Californians are lamenting a proa pec
live drying up of the Sacramento Btv er.
-Oreen is now the most fashionable color
or trimming white dresses.
-Vlsi ting cards of wood, enamelled, are the
- Ibe Richmond Whig learns that tue Libby
Prison ia tobe flited lip aa ? manufactory for
-The execution of Whalen, convicted of the
-?Seassiration of D'Arcy McGee, will be made
' . -Tdd daughters of Generals Sherman,
Sickles And Butler will enter society next sea
-Thc citizens nf. Minnesota are to vote on
'the question of negri suffrage at the election
-Tho St Laurent, -f.-om Havre, which arriv
-cd. at New York, -on Tuesday, brought Mr.
Gran's new opera troupe. . ?
-The monster fifteen and twenty inch guns
are rapidly tak ic a the places'Of the old guns
in all of our fortifications. -
- The Madison Avenue '.people in New York
-.have bought off the sacrilegious Frenobman
-who purposed establishing a restaurant on
.that aristocratic ?tre o'-. N
-Kansas City, hitherto a RepnbUcan strong'
.-hold, has eleoted two Democratic school dircc
lore by an average majority of one hundred
. ?nd forty-three.
' -There is a lady in Boston who li asn'tw tail?
ed her face for fifteen years.. She thinks water
injurious to the skin, and uses fine Indian
meal in its place. . .
-Lieutenant-Governor Jonen, a Democratic
candidate for elector in Texas, has declared in
-favor of negro suffrage, and as^s if he shall re?
tire from the ticket on that account.
-At Allentown, Rhode Island, a negro (full
"blooded) was made overseer to white workmen
ina factory. It is needless to add that the .
. crwaor of the factory is a runic Radical, and that '
his white workmen left without notioe.
-Mr. Charles Be?de is engaged ha writing
another novel, which is to be published simul?
taneous in England and in this country. "The ' *
. editors of the Galaxy have secured it for that
-Complaint is made in New York of tho
hugo piles of boxes and b?rrela with which H
-storskeopors, to keep up "an appearance of | |
business," overload tho sidewalks, to the an
. moy imce of pedestrians.
-The Metropolitan Church (Methodist) in
'"Washington is to have a sofa made of wood
from Gethsemane, a pulpit of wood from tb?
.."Mount of Olives and ita vestibule paved with
?tiles from Solomon's Temple.
'. -A great Democratio meeting will be held at
- Washington, Ga., on the 1st .of Ostober, .at
' which Messrs. Campbell, Perry, Aldrich, But
3?r and McGowan, of South Carolina, are ex?
pected to be among tho speakers.
.--Ex-President Roberts, of Liberia, is at pre?
ssent in this country, and will remain here until
.December, looking after the interests of the
'lober?a College, of which he is now the Presi
JLaiiti and. will visit .several of the New England
??coll?ges, to obtain information in relation to
-General Sherman has written a letter on
Jrxlian affairs, in which he Bays that he will do
-what he can to capture and suppress the hos
-tfle. bands of savages, but that his force is
. email; the territory to be guarded hs extensive, i !
-and the settlers on the frontiers must, if they ,
wish protection, heed the advice often given
."but never takes, not to settle in such exposed
situations unless they-are prepared to help de
-f?nd themselves by militia organization?.
-The next State election takes place in Ne?
braska on the first Tuesday of October. The
? .contest mil be for one Congressman, Governor
.JOI the State, State officers, and members of the
Iiegislature. - The Radicals elected their Gov
-crnor in 1866. by one hundred and fort;-five
.majority. In the ensuing Congressional elec?
tion they succeeded by a majority of seven
-ixnndrod and forty-five.
-The New York correspondent o? the Phlla
-ulelnnia Ledger, in hi1) lotter of the 21th inst.,
^mentions a rumor on 'Change that the iron
?teamer Dumbarton, which cleared from that
port for the Mediterranean a few days ago. was
laden with warlike stores in the interest of the
Spanish revolutionists, and that we may ex
"peet to hear of her arrival a*, some Spanish
. port in the course of a few days, provided, in
the meanwhile, she is not captured by Queen
Isabella's fleet off Cadiz. When the Duoi bar?
ton nailed it was surmised that she was bound
Jar the coast of Africa to engage in the slave
.-trade, but it is hinted now that she was fitted
. .out by the agents of General Prim.
-The Nsw York Herald, alluding to the ca?
ble dispatch announcing an "enormous" cotton
.crop in India and Egypt, says : "This is very
Taguo, and looks very much as if the telegram
had been inspired by the Liverpool cotten
"brokers and manufacturers of Euglanl to
knock down the price of American cotton. Ad
cnitting even that there is an unusually largo
.yield in Egypt this year, it ought to make no
?difference, in the market value of our product.
The Egyptian cotton is a poor short staple and
chrty article, and cannot rival our beau ti tul and
dean long staple cotton. We have only about
" half a crop, compared with what was raised in
the most productive years before the war, though
it may have as large a money value, and there
. will be the fullest demand for it at high rates.
* We advise our planters and cotton merchants
not to be misled by ouch statements as the one
ref erred to."
-A Texas paper publishes a 'etter from HOP.
Goo. H. Pendleton to a gentleman in that
-State. Mr. -Pendleton's advice is. as follows :
.In reply, I hive only tims to say that you
.?cannot urge too strongly our brethren of Tex
as to standby the National Democracy and re?
sist all Radical attempts to abase yon. My
heartfelt wich is that yon may succeed io your
new undertaking. Wo are making a last fight
for constitutional liberty, and the signs of t he
times indicate a Democratic triumph hitherto
unknown. Yield not a scintilla of your honor.
There is no room for compromise. About your
being allowed to rote, be not alarmed; [we
shall see that Texas is represented. Tote, by
-Bishop Duggan, the Catholic Bishop 0 f
Illinois, who has recently returned from Eu?
rope to the ?are of his diocese, has create i a
considerable commotion in Chioago by sus?
pending sundry ecclesiastics who bad made
complaints to the Pope of his neglect and
mismanagement of the temporal affairs of his
diocese. - Among others, Father Roles, of the
Cathedral of the Holy Name, has thus been
dismissed from the charge of his parish, much
io the displeasure of his parishioners. The
latter had a meeting in the basement of the
church on tho 20th instant, nominally to pre?
sent a testimonial to their retiring pastor,
but really to make such a demonstration as
would induce the Bishop to reconsider his
action. The Bishop, however, seems to have
kept strictly within tho limits of the authority
vested in him, and, while not imputing to
Father Roles any conduct unbeooming a re?
spectable clergyman, insists' upon both his
power and his duty to act as he has done.
The parish has raised the sum of three thou?
sand dollars for Father Roles, and that seems
to be about all it can do for him at present.
Dr. Dunne, the Vicar-General of the diocese,
is another victim of the Bishop's displeasure,
but no steps seem to have been taken in his
behalf. The whole dispute has been referred
to Rome for settlement. Rev. Dr. Mc Mull cn
has gone thither, to r.rge the removal of the
Bishop. Meantime, Father Boles, has been
reinstated in his ec lesiastical functions,
though he will.be obliged to. leave the
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. MONDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 28. 1868.
For Provient..........HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For Yiee-President.FRANCIS F. BLAIR.
Tike Municipal Election*.
Wc publish this morning the test of the
bill "to provide,for the election of the offi
cers-of the incorporated cities and towns in
the State of South Carolina," which became
a law on Saturday. Under this bill an elec?
tion will be held on Tuesday, the tenth day
November-one week after the Presidential
election-in all incorporated cities and
towns in this State for the election of all
officers provided for bj the chartere of the
said cities and towns.
The elections will be conducted by the
managers of elections appointed under the
r*ct already passed. The polling places will be
Jpen for the recording of all qualified electors.
Tor three days next preceding theday of elec?
tion. The qualification of a voter is a resi
ienoe of one year in the State and of sixty
days in the town, city or village. The polls
will be open from seven A. M. to five P. M.
Bach ward in this city shall constitute at
[east one polling precinct.
The officers dec ted shalt be inducted into
iffice on the Monday succeeding their elec?
tion, and will enter at onoe upon the dis?
charge of their duties. They will hold
jffics up to the regular time fixed by obarter
for the election of the same, and for one full
Sympathy wita Crime.
The Legislature of South Carolina, so
sailed, has taken a step in advance of any?
thing yet ventured upon by even that highly
intelligent and virtuous assembly. In its
effort to open the penitentiary doors for the
release of eonviots held there for the crime
of petit larceny, the House would put be?
yond the pale of legal protection a whole
class of publio interests and open to pecu?
lation all the pockets and henroosts of the
Heretofore a sympathy with crime has
been excited by daring adventure. JACK
SHBPPKBD, DICK TURPIN and CLAUDE DU?
VAL were not admired as criminals, but as
men of sagacity, courage and fortitude, by
whom "better things" might have been
achieved had not their lives been misdirec?
ted. And the wild romance of their adven?
tures has captivated many a youthful im?
agination, held spell bound by the wondrous
story, even while it revolted at the crimes
of which these gallows-birds were guilty.
There is something not wholly seductive
and corrupting in the enthusiasm inspired
by "Schiller's Robbers," and even in the
intenser interest created by the "Confes?
sions of a Thug." Horror at great crimes
and pity for great misfortunes may equally
instruct and elevate the soul-a circum?
stance which dramatists, novelists and
special pleaders have known how to use
with great effect. But when before in his?
tory, and by what other crowd than the
leopard Legislature (yellow and black), of
our State, has the feline villain vulgarly
called "the sneak," been elevated into a
General SICKLES, during his imperious
autocracy, rode as beggars on horseback
are wont to do. To him laws were obsta?
cles to be set aside and nuisances to be aba?
ted. Criminals were unfortunate men who
were to be guarded from the oppressions of
the magistracy and the judiciary. Toward
them, even when they committed murder,
"a fellow feeling made him wondrous kind."
His k'indly spirit wa9 especially moved by
the penalty of whipping, which our laws
denounced against larcony. The criminal
was not disgraced by his crime, but by its
chastisement. So the illustrious General
decreed that the lictor's rods should be bro?
ken, and that henceforth the thieves of the
S' ate should "go unwhipped of justice."
Lut now his fame is eclipsed. The Legis?
lature ?i>ds even the jail too severe a pun?
ishment and humiliation for the thief, and
prepares to let him loose upon the commu?
The opinion prevailing in the House in
regard to the harmlessness, if not the mer?
itoriousness, of petit larceny, reminds us
of a scene that took place in Charleston
during the war. The neglect to supply the
soldiers on James Island with the rations
to which they were entitled led several of |
the members of one of 'the best disciplined
regiments stationed there to invade Mr.
F.'s pig stye. Among the offenders wa?
one J , who aoting as assistant-commissary
or sutler, was often absent from the regi?
ment for many days at a time. During one
of these absences F. complained to the offi?
cer in command that J. had stolen one of
his pigs, and demanded payment or vindic?
tive justice. An order was thereupon Bent
to J to come over forthwith and stand his
trial. The writer happened to see J. when
the message was received, and was infinite?
ly amused at his querulous response to the
summons : "Yes, yes," said he, "I did take
"the pig; but good gracious! what's the
"use of making such a fuss about it. It was
"not a large animal, but a small pig,
"fact very small! I am surprised thc
"Colonel should worry himself about the
"pig. Why, sir, it wasn't bigger than BO"
holding up both hands. If the measurer
ment was correct, the creature must have
been of the size of a stunted rat. In a sim?
ilar way breaches of law are estimated by
the legislative wisdom at Columbia. The
larcenies of the poor fellows in the peni
I tentiary are admitted; but then they are
petit larcenies-and why should the State
make Buch a fuss about that? The shop
till that was lifted was not more than a
foot square; the chickens that went scream?
ing to their fate were not more than a half
dozen, and some of these were not more
than half grown; the watermelon that sud?
denly dried up into rind and seeds did not
weigh twenty pounds. Good gracious ! are
people to be put in jail "for the likes of
Seriously, this style of argumentation is
getting far too popular in our State. The
servile class never have appreciated the
distinction of mtvm and luum,. espe?
cially when the property of a master was
in question. This was a partnership fond
which might be drawn upon by the humbler
members of the firm; they were only to take
care not to be found out, for in this event
the senior partner would hold them to a
personal accountability. The same idea
prevails now; it has been diligently incul?
cated by every carpet-bagger; it is carried
out all over the State; it is the greatest
obstacle to a restoration of the public pros?
perity. The seasons and the caterpillars
are not more unpropitious to Southern in?
dustry than the general system of plunder.
Those who work all day and sleep all night
are well-nigh powerless against the depre?
dations of those who Bleep all day end work
all night. What's the use of trying any
longer when cattle and bogs are shot down,
corn fields and cotton fields are plundered,
and fruits of the earth and of the trees are
consumed by midnight swarms of locusts ?
It is at a period like this, when despon?
dency gains upon the most hopeful, that
the so-called Legislature of South Carolina
displays its sympathy with larceny, and
prepares to absolve its guilt by taking away
its penalty. The bill to relieve criminals
of this sort has been considered favorably.
Instead of being rejected at once, it has
been transferred to the next session. Then,
perhaps, a now code of ethics will be es?
tablished, with tho fundamental principle
that it is no evil to pick and steal, whenever
one has a good opportunity !
The Second District.
We hope that the State Central Club,
which meets to-morrow, will make arrange?
ments for the nomination of a member of |
Congress from the Second District, in the
place of Judge ALOBICH, who has declined
the nomination. The election c. m es off fri
about five v? eeks, and there is no time to
By GEORGE W. CLARE, Mayor of Charlatan.
Cm HALL, MATOS'a Ornes. )
CHABLESroN, S. C., Augast 18,13G8. I
Belie vi UR it tho siiict ro d?sire of every individual
in this community to assise in preserving the public
peare, and naaintaining the dignity of the lawa ; feel?
ing, in the political utilement now pervading all clas?
ses of our people, that through a ?ingle act of violence,
either 1 y accident or? otherwise, we may be over?
whelmed in a deploras e breach of law and order
I, GEORGE W. CLARK, Maror of the city afore?
said, do call upon all good citizens to abstain as far
as possible from all public demonstrations of a
noisy ot riotous nature. Let each one regard him?
self as answerable to the public for tho good con?
duct of all. Let no one, m the exercise of liberty,
do that against tho law which will by law deprive
bim of his liberty. The public peace must and
shall be preserved.
Given under my hand, and the acal of tho cit}*
[L. a ] tbe date and year above moetioncd.
GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor.
psi and jounD.
LOST, IN AKCHDALE-STREET, ON
vesterday morning, a geutleman's SEAL RI'"G.
The finder will be rewarded by leaving the samo at
ATLANTIC WHARP OFFICE.
September 23 1
FOI M). GOING ASTRAY, A BLACK
NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. with leather collar
and city badge on. The owner can have tho samo
bvapplying at THE CHARLESTON DAILY NKWS
AdIOK'i; SELECTION OK G K K.MAN
CANARY HINGING BIRDS. DWARF PAR?
ROTS, and other BIRDS. Just arrived and for sale
thia day, by WILBUR 4 SON.
No. 59 Broad-street.
Soptomber 28 8
MULKS-TO AUK1VK ONE CAK LO*.D
of broke MULE* A SD HORSES, betw. en tbe
iota and 15thof uexl month. Alxo, on hand a few
MULES AND HORrtES, May bo seen at tho sub?
scribers. Queen-street, between Friend and Mat zck.
September 28 P. WEST.
AT PRIVATE ?AL?, AN OLD ESTAB?
LISHED STATIONERY AND M*.NUFAC I'UR
ING PIXINESS, in successful operation. Address
MANUFACiUltER, CaAttLtSTOS DAILY NEWS.
September 23 . wfm3
FUR SALK. A F KW FINE YOUNO
MDLtS, well adapted for dray purpoaea.
Applv to WM. BITNT,
September 26 2 No. 42 Market-street.
FOR SALE, ONE SKCOND-HAUD BIL.
LIARD TABLE, four pockets, and complete.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. September 23
PLANTATION FOR SALE-FOR SALE,
a valua -le PLANTATION in Orangcburg Dis?
trict, leu miles cast of Branchville, cont tining twen?
ty-eight boodled acres, eight hundred acres of which
are closed ;n j well -euee i, Thero are also upon the
place a good Dwelling House and thirty or forty
othorbouses. For lurtber information apply to B.
A. BOWMAN, Orangebur? C. H., or to REEDER &
DAVIS, Adc r'a North W?arf, Charleston, b. C.
september 21 mwf
FARM FOK SALE.-THE UNDERSIGN?
ED offers for sale hia FARM, twentt -five mile J
from Cbarleaton, and one ai.d a hall miles from the
Northeaster Railroad, containing aeventy-?ve actes
-eighteen ac es under fence and in a hieb state of
cultivation-dwelling hoyse and outbuildings, with
tw wells of good water. Healthy all the year. For
particulars, apply to me, at Oakley Station, on the
above road. J. W. WALLING.
September 22 6*
_ Pants. .
WANTED TO PURT^HASE, ? LOT OP
NONPAREILS ?nd BED CARDINAL
BIRD5. * pply at No. 60 QUEEN-STREET.
September 26 3*
AGENTS WANTED_A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOOS.-Agenta wanted to sell the
best Democratic Campaign Boo? io the field. Coataina
biographies bf SEYMOUR, BLAIR, and other leading
Democratic statesmen, as well aa a complete history
cf the party. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Hancock, anil others, aa
the most valuable political text-book published.
Address D. APPLE! ON k CO., Publishers, New
York. lm September 26
WANT KD, A RESPECTABLE. MID?
DLE-AGED LADY, to superintend a small
family in a quiet and pleasant part of the city, ap?
ply at No. 31 CANNON-sTREJET.
September 25 . 3*
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, cr
any other employment that a one-armed man caa
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-aTREET. Applicant caa
give good references. September 22
WANTED, BY A YOUNG AI AN, WHO
writes a plain and legible band, a situation
-where he < an earn a livelihood for the support of big
fan ily. eddress "Penman," OFFICEDAlLYNEWS.
WA TED.- A GENTLEMAN OF CON?
SIDERABLE EXPERIENCE in conducting
Schools, and a Professor of Ancient and Modem Lan?
guages, desires to make an engagement either io as?
sist in rome College, or to teach School in a desira?
ble locality. Persona wishing to confer with bim
will pleaae direct a note to X. ?. Z., "Teacher," and
leave the same at tMt office. September 21
HOUSE WANTED,-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wishes to rent a email but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
moat be moderate. Poa session not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, Lc , "A
B.," UmcE DAILY NEWS. September 18
WANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
the up-country, a situation aa CLERK in
either a Wholesale or Retail Grocery store; is ex?
perienced in the business, and can influence trade.
Beat of references given. Addresa CLERK, through
Charleston Postofflce, soutn Carolina.
CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eich t by ten Oval >teol
Engravings of SEAMOUR AND BLAIR, with or
without frames, sheets 25 eenie each Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Cnarts.
Ac., one hundred per cent profit. Ssmule packages
by moil for one dollar. Address at once
GOODsPEED k CO.,
August 14 2mo* No. 37 Park Bow. N. Y.
>j can be obtained by applicate) to the "UNIUN
H|1ME," from 9 nil ll o'clock datly.
Servante can also find places by application to thc
same place, at the same hours Inquire for the Ma?
rron, comer Church and Chalmers Btreet
WANTED, SUBScRlBEKS FOR ALL
TUE LEADING' MAGAZ1>ES AND NEW-s
PAFEES, at publisher's ratea.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 King-atreot.
WANTED, AGKNTS EVERYWHERE,
to Bell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulara to the
AMERICAN WLRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway,
New Yoric. amos April 20
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
TO RENT, WITH OK WITHOUT
FURNITURE, or io- salo, the DWELLING, No.
17 Ashlej-s'reet, with a fine shaded Lot, having
every convenience for a large family. Apply on the
pramtsee. fraw September ll
TO KENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best Stands in tho city for a Grocery and Bar
Roora Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY oppoplleNew
Custom House. September 15
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
srreot Also, a.HOUSE No. 2 Doughty Birect Ap?
ply to W. BYRNE, northeast corner King and John
streets. September 15
TO RENT, A FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS
STAND, No. 290 KING-STREET, a few doors
south of Wentworth. Poe session given on lot of
October. Apnly ON THE PREMISES.
Tn UK NT, A PART Ot'HOUSE No. 171
Comlng-streeL Inquire on premises.
TO KENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on ttie front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF?
I?lOR RENT. THAT FINE SALOON AT
! corner of Mee tine and Market st' cds (former?
ly known a- Baker's Restaurant); it ta tho most
cen I. ally locatrd hall in tho city, and well adapted
for a Restaurant, Billiard or Assembly Rooms.
Also, the commodious STORE, No. 127 Meeting
Btreet, under the above. Apply to
September 21 mwfB Vanderhorat'a Wharf.
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-STORY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas f teing north and south. Both Houses arc
In good condition, and well ador, ted for private resi?
dences, hot.-Li or bearding establishments. To bc
rented singly or together; tno Furniture taken hy
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OE THE DALLY NEWS.
PT. SCH LEY, M. D., HOMOEOPATH
a 1ST, has removed his Office from No. 64
Wentworth to No. 307 KING-iTKEET.
September 25 fmwl3
REMOVAL.-DK. FRANCIS L. PAR?
KE lt has removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 71 HAS EL-STREET, two doors
east of the Portoffico. Jul v 24
TAILORING .-J NO. RUGHE1MER
respectfully informs his friends and customers
that ho has JuAt returned from New York with a full
DBSortuien' of CLOTHS, ?'ASSIMERIS and VEST?
INGS for Fall kno winter wear.
Ho has also a supply of thc celebrated STAR
SHIU1S, and a general assortment of Gentlemen's
He invites a call and in-pectiou of his ?toe): at his
No. 141 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
Three doora north of Queen,
September 24 ituih-l.i
g POTTS WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPBLK'OUS,
A D A M E G I D I ERE,
CALDER H O U 8 E.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON, B. 0
Traitaient Board 3- SO per Day.
/^? ILMOR HOUSE,
BALTIMORE, MARYL AND^
KIUKLANO di CO.. Proprietors.
April 27 lyt
A G A R D .
The undersigned, having sold bia entire interest
in the Hotel known as the
iu Columbia, S. C., would take great pleasure in re?
commending his friends to continue their patronuge
to the new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has bal charge of the Hotel for
me for a year past, and will continue to have thc
entire ma- agoment of the H "tel under thc new ar?
I feel assured that the house will maintain its for.
mer reputaboa as a first-class Hotel.
T. S. NICKERSO.?.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1,1868.
Sc[ tomber 24 tlinr2.;.os
JT IS W Y O KK HOTEL,
Mo. 7 2 1 RR OA'D WA Y,
NEW YORK CCTY.
O. M. H1LDKETH ?i CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, a? popularly known in former times
ander the management ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more roccntly under that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
C '., ia now undei the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. BLLDRETH A- T. B. ROCKWAY, unerthe firm ol
D. M. HLLDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from his long experience as a
pioprieior of the Veranda, St. Louis and St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatter? himself that he can
assure his friends and .ho public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-close
Hoto!, sholl ba fully sustained under its present
management lyr* Fefraary 13
* FRIENDSHIP LODGE No. 9, A. F. Bf.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
L age will be bold This Evening, the 28th inst,
a*. Masonic Hall, at Seven o'clock.
A Lecture will be delivered by the Worshipful
The officers and members of the craft arc frater?
nally invited to attend.
By order of the W. M
ROBERT JAMES, .
September 28_Acting Secretary.
DE niUC RAT IC CLUB, WARD No. 1.
rnflE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
_L CLUB will be held at South Carolina Hall, at
half-past Sevon o'clock.
WM. L. M [KELL, Esq.. is expected to addrea > the
Club. Democrats of all Wards are iovited to attend.
EUGENE W. WEST,
September 23 1 Becording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 6.
ASPE' LAX M PETING OF THE "WORKING
COMMUTEE" will be held This (Monday) Even?
ing, at ??even o'clock, at the Hall of the Washington
Fire Engine Company. A full and punctual attend?
ance i? requested, as important business will be con?
By order of tho Chainaan.
JOHN GONZ ALEZ,
September 28 1 Secretary.
THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
i f Charleston will elect als delegates from each
of their respective warda and pariahes to represent
them io a County Convention, to be held at Military
Hall ia the City of Charleston, on Wednesday Even?
ing next, for the purpose of choosing eighteen dele
gatea to represent the County in the Congressional
Convention to nominate a member of Congress foi
the Second District
The several wards will hold their preliminary
meetings on Tuesday Evening, at tho usua placea.
THOS. M. HULMES,
ChalAnan Late C. C.,
September 28 2* County Chai leeton
REPUBLICAN COWGUKSSIONAL CON?
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 23,1868.
rTIHE DELEGATES OF THE SECOND CONGEE.-'
JL SIGNAL DISTRICT are hereby notified to meet
in Convention at the Military Hall, In the City of
Charleston, on Thursday, 1st of October, 1868, at
Seven o'clock P. M., for tho purpose of nominating a
candidate to represent the said District in the t orty
first Congreaa of the United States, commencing on
the 4th March, 1869. J. B. DENNIS,
Chairman of the Second Congressional
September 24 thssaS District Committee.
(Ci ni ai i LI nal.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-THE EXERCISES
of the PUBLIC SCHOOLS of this city will be
resumed on Monday, the Sth.October.
Admissions to vscancie? will be made at tin re?
spective Schools every Monday morning, between
the boura of 9 and 10 o'clock, on and after the 12th
By order of thc Board. .
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
Secretary Commissioners Free Schools.
September 28 10
MRS. M. E. TOO MK it WILL RESUME
the exorcises of her SCHOOL, on Thursday,
October lat, at No. 9 College-street.
September 18 frowm w 5*
will be resumed October 1st, Location corner
of Archda'o and Magazine street?.
September 26 im2*
ENGLISH AND FRENCH BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL. Mrs. JOHN LAURENS,
Principal, win re-open October nth, corner Rutledge
and Wentworth streets
J)J3~ Apply as above for Circulars.
8ep ember 26 smwsi*
MRS. HCPSON PINCKtVEY WILL RE?
SUME? the Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES on Monday, October 6, ot No 58
HASEL-STR fc' ET.
Instruction given in the French and German Lan?
guages by the best Professors.
September 21 Imo
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
The Subscriber, late Assistant ot Rev. Dr.
MYERS, will open on the 1st of October a SCHOOL,
in which will be taught ENGLISH, i HENCH, and
t dying upon bia reputation as a Teacher, he hopes
for a liberal share ot patronage.
For terms, apply at his RESIDENCE, No. 37
Archdale-ntrecL JOHN GANNON.
September 16 wfmsS'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES_M a R. F. W. ALLSTON
will reopen her BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, No. .17 MEETING-STREET, Charles?
ton, on the 15th day of October next. She would
respectfully announce to her patrons that abo ia pre?
pared te give every a.tcntion to her scholars.
She would take thia occaalon to thank bor friends
for tbelr kindness and patronage bithcito extended,
and to solicit thc continuance of the same.
Sepl ember 17_Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWOE TH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF LtNGUSH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EX??CIsES IN A.KITH
METIC, WRITING, n.(LADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GUAMALAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Tores-S'i per month in advance.
Rook-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Q AROLINA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNO LADIES.
MESDAMES A. GIRAUD ANDS. L. DOWELL,
Charleston, S. C.
THE EXERCISER OF TUM SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed iD. V.) on Thursday, October 1st, the higher
tiftllsh and Mathematical departments being in
charge of Mr. G. W. ALEXANDER,
For information in reference te reduced terms,
fcc., apply lor "ii culara at the School tor the presont* |
No. ll Coming-street.
M -daine GIRARD is prepared to give private les?
sons ia French and German, m the afternoons, at
lier residence, No', ll Coming-street
September la sept 14, 21, 24, 28. oct 1. 5,12
RICHMOND FEMALE INSTITUTE.
The noxt Session begins October 1st, undermost
Attention i- called to the superior Educational and
Boarding advantages now offered by thc Institu? e.
For catalogues, or any special iniormatiou, address
or apply to
CHARLES H. WINSTON. M. A.,
September 18 Imo President.
-jyjr- ISS PEGRAM'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Noa. IOC AND 108 LINDEN ROW, FE AN K LIN - STREET.
THE DU TIE-! OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
ST' MED on tho firs' day 0/October next
Circulars eau bo bad 01 GEORGE L. BIDGOOD,
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PEGRAM lc CO., or Of
Box No. 126, Richmond, Virginia.
Septe rober 18 2mo
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW
YORK.-The usual exercises will be resumed
as follows: In the Grammar school Department,
September 1 ; in the Department of Science and Lot?
tere, september 16; in the School of Civil Engino-r
ing, September 16; m the Behool of Art, september
21; in the School of Law, October 1; in the School of
Medicine, October 1'.'; in ibo School of Practical
Chemistry, Oe to' er 12.
Catalogues and urcu'ars at tho University. Ex?
aminations lor adm'seion to the Department of Sci?
ence and Letters will take place in the Council
room, on Tuesday, tho 15th September, at half-past
Nine A. M. ISAAC FERRIS,
University, Washing to 1 Square, East
September 18 Imo
?QNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH.
8 E W A N E E .
BT. REV. WM. M. GREEN, D. D.( Chancellor.
RI. REV. C. T. QUINTAKD, D. D., LL. D.. Vice
Trustees-The Bishops of North Carolina, South
Caro ina, Georgia. Florida, Alaoama, Mississippi,
Loui.-iuna, Tennessee, Texan and 0rktm- H ex officio.
and one Clerical and two Lay Truatees from eaeb
of sai>l Dioceses.
The Board of Truatoea of the University announce
thct they will open the Junior Department at Uni?
versity Place, ou Wedne day, the 16ih day of Sep?
tember next, under General J. (?ORGA-, of Ala?
bama, as Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
West Point, very highly recommended hy General
1 .ee and other le iding men of ti e country.
Desiring to make the School simply self-sustain?
ing, the Trua'eea have fixed upon the sum o' S3G0
per year to cover the entire charges, except matricu?
lation fra (S10) and m?dirai attendance. Students
will be required to furnish their own sheets, pillows,
cases and towels. Payment will bc required semi?
annually in advance.
The first term will close December 16, and the
School will reopen, after Ihc Christmas vacation, on
the 10th day of February, rem lining in ses ion dur?
ing me summer except a short recess.
Communications iu reference to the School should
be addressed to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Esq., Tieisu
rer of the Umvc sity, University Place, Franklin
The location of thc nivcrslty cn the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of the Cum'icrland Mountains is
too well known 'oicquirc desorption.
Persons coming to University Placo change cora at
Cowan Station, Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
and tok? thc cars ot tho Tennessee Coui company to
University Station |9 miles) on tho University do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
September 9 Chancellor.
RIVATE BOARDING.-A LIMITED
number of gentlemen can be accommodated
with good hoard una pleasant rooms by applying at
the NOKTHfcAST CORNER MEETING AN u CHAL?
MERS STREETS, opposite the Fire Proof Building.
Terna mroderate. September 24
Entires tn p?nhrnptci).
IN THE DISTRICT ('OL'RT OF THE
UNITED STAT?, FOB THE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF FRAN?
CIS M. MITCHELL, A BANKRUPT.-PET I HON
FOR FINAL AND FULL DISCHARGE.-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Ordered, that a hearing be had on the
twentieth day of October next, at 12 o'clock M.. at the
Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. C., and that aU
Creditors abd othotpei ons in interest ot said Bank?
rupt may appear and show cause, il any they have,
why the prayer of thePetition?r ahould not be grant?
ed, and that the second meeting of Creditors be held
at tke office of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar,
Charleston, 8. C., on the nineteenth day of October
next, at 12 o'clock M.
By order of the Court, this 14th day of September,
1868. DANIEL HOBLBECE,
Clerk ol tho Distill Court
For the District of South Carolina.
September 21 m'2
fry fofos, (Etc.
QHEAP DRY GOODS I C HE AP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KINO STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HA7E RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large Invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered in ibis market. City aa well aa country buy?
ers can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent by
buying their Goods from the above Qrm.
A lot of Dress Goods, from 20 to 26 cents per yard
Best Irish Poplins, from 30 to 60 cents per yard
Calicoes, at lu, 12)i ?nd 16 cents per yard (beat)
Balmoral Skirts, from $125 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only GO cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment or White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent be?
low coat, will be sold from $3 up
Colored Quilts, from $1 75 to $2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4,11-4,12-4, from $2 60
Ladies' English HOBO, without seams, from 37 to 50
Jeans, from 20 to 25 cents (best)
Satitets, from 60 to 75 cents
A large qanb<ry ol the la'est style of Cassimeres, from
SI to SI 60
Ladies' B ack Broadcloth, from S2 to S3 60
A ? arie ty ot Shaw, a, at 52, $2 60, S3, S3 60, $4. and $5
Brown and White Shirting, at 10,12>? and 15 cents
Als J, fine branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladles' and Gert's Underwear at different prices
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
A good qt- ali ty of Kid Gloves, 75 cents
Tho latest style of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, tte, at the lowest cash
^-Remember the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public In general that we have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
TRUNKS, &c, which will be sold at the lowest caf h
Call and examine our Stock.
4?- ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
TRAUSS ?Si VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DRY. GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to tho Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices ls respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually tilled. An agom In New York will furnish sap
plies of Now Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3moB
No. 182 MEETING-STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE BURNS' LANE.
THE BROTHERS FORDHAM WILL BE PLEASED
to see all their friends this forenoon at the reopening
of their RESTAURANT, at the above location.
During the time tboir establishment was closed,
they took advantage to have it thoroughly put in or?
der, and they can now boast of as neit an establish?
ment as any of ttie kmd in the city.
A FREE LUNCH
Will bo served up dally between .he hours of ll and
1 o'clock, and Meals can be had to order at all hours
of thc day.
AN EXTRA FINE LUNCH TO DAY at tho reopen?
ing. 1 September 28
DANCING.-MKS. S. L. DOWELL WILL
reopen her DANCING ACAOEMI on the 1st
October, at tho Masonic Hall, corner Sing and Went?
worth streets. For teran of admission into the
Claas's or to the weekly Soirees asply lor the pres?
ent at her residence, No. ll CUMTNG-blBEET.
September 14_ m3
QTTO SONN T"A G ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. Ill Market-street, between King
and Archdale streets.
G a's' Coats, Vest? and Pants CLEANED, DYED
and PRES>ED. REGULAR SCOURING DONE.
Beware of Tailor-spongiLg.
September 23 finw2moj
JpITT-STREET STEAM GRIST MILL
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF CALHOUN-STREET.
Thc undersigned having established a STEAM
GblsT MILL AND GRANARY ai above, is prepared
to furnish FRESH GROUND GRIST AND MEAL;
also, Com, Oats, Peas, Hay, ko., all of whic'a w.U be
dclivere in any part of the city tree of charge.
Corn (?round on toll. J. C. BICKLEY.
N. B.-OrJers left at Messrs. CLIFFORD A: MATH
EWES, Bro id-street ; Mr. JOSE JARA, corner Moet
ing and Market streets, and at G. W. AIM AR, Drug?
gist, corner King and Vanderhorst streets, before 10
o'clock, will be promptly filled.
August Jl mwflmo
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OK POLICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C , September 19, 1888.-1 he
following ordinai.ee ls hereby published tor general
inlormation, and will be strictly enforced.
C. B. SIGWALD,
Chief of Police.
B: it ordained by tho Mayor and Alderman of
Charleston in City council assembled, and it is hf re
by ordained by the authority of tho same, That from
and alter the first div. of January next, evory person
keeping a 8hop or s ore, or engaged in mercantile
business in the City ol Charleston, shall post up,
and keep posted up, in some conspicuous place at
his or her business stand or stands, a proper and
conspicuous sign-board or plato, containing his or
ber given n uno and surname, aud in case ol partner?
ship, the given name and surname nf etch member
of the Arm. An i every person offending or making
default herein, shall forfeit and pay to the city a
penalty oi fifty dollars for each and eveiy offence or
default, and in addition thereto a further sum of
fifty dollars tor each aud every month during which
the provisto s of this ordinance shall remain not
complied with : Pr oided, however, that nothing
herein contained .-lull apply to the spe.-ia] partners
of a limited partnership.
Ratified in City Council, December 2d, 1831.
Sep' ember 21
i >>?!PJ?ttATJL?E GKUCEKY,
MARKET, B KT WK EV KING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ol the NECESSARIES OP
LIFE, and also tho luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc -will at all Limes be found at the above Store,
ea'abhshed under the auspi. es of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages if
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals aud
bargains wiR be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of tho Association is, as set forth tu
its charter, "To furnish members and thc public
with the necessaries of life of good q lality, unadulte?
rated, aud at lowest matket rates, and from the
profits ol' such sales to accumulate capital for itf
Copies of tie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quires icgarding the practical working of the cater.
prise will be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
July ll _
jri H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, iiLEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
?-PRESCRIPTIONS PDT UP WITH CARE.-S3?
January 3 tuths
??rorrries and ?isct?mou.
PEIME CA ROL IK* BICE FBBSH BEATEN, AT
SI 60 per peck, at the
No. 107 Market-street.
J83' Goode delivered free. _September 28
0?C A BARRELS MOLASSES.
J?D\J Por ?alelow. BAVENEL k CO.
September 28 2
2fi. AA 3ACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN PAT
Ol/U ICNT seamless sacks, larjje and la fine .
order. BAVENEL b CO.
September 28_ mw2
CHOICE C. K SIDES AND MAMS
DIRECT FROM CINCINNATI AND
LOUIS Y? LL K,
MHHDS. C. B. SIDES, W. 0. NE?F'? CUB
25 tierces Hams, amah* size, Beargra-s brand
30 tierces Hams, small size, J. Peter & Co. and
GEORGIA FLOUR, SUGAR, ROPE,
TWINE AND SOAP.
Quarte', half and bbla. lirra Family, Extra and
Rhos. Sugar, Green Leaf, Manilla Kop? and Twine
Soap ID pound and halt pou n j oars, low price
Received on consignment and .or sale at market
rates by J. N. ROBSON,
No3.1 and2 Atlantic Wharf.
September 28 DIG 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW IN 8TORE
and Bonded Warehouse, and will be con?
stantly receiving from the most reliable factories in
Virginia and North Carolina, a foll supply of TO?
BACCO, comprising every grade and style, to which
the attention of the trade is invited.
His prices will be found te compare with any mar?
ket North or South.
- SMOKING TOBACCO
of the following celebrated brands: Genuine No. 1
Durham, Maryland Club, Bill Arp, Fruit and Flow?
ers, Bough and Beady, and others, at factory prices.
Tobacco Manufacturera" Agency,
September 28_2 No. 151 East Bay.
FRENCH CLARET! FRENCH
JUST BECETVED A SUPPLY OF FINE FRENCH
CL ABET WINE at $2 per gallon.
ALSO, IN STOBX,
CHOICE FBENCH COGNAC BRANDY, Fine
Whiskey, a variety of Fine Wines of diff?rent quali?
ties, Fine English Ale, Fruits, Tobacco, Segara,
Pipes, Ac, kc. For sale by
JOHN B. TOGNL
No. 125 Meeting-street,
Three doors below Market-street.
September 26_ '8
CLARET WINE AND FRENCH
ff A CASES COTES DE BOURG CLARET..
10 casks FRENCH BRANDY.
Imported from Bordeaux, and for sale by
P. J. EbNAKD, ,
No. 10 Broad-street (up stairs),
Next to the Bank of Charleston Building. .
SHOULDERS. CLEAR RIBBED
SIDES, STRIPS AND MOLASSES.
1 ff HHDS. PRIME WESTERN SHOULDERS
XO 15 hds. Prime Western C. B. Sides
20 tierces Choice Hams (Washington and other
2000 lbs. Choice New York Sugar Cured Strips
15 hhds. Second quality shoulders and Sides
50 tuba Extra Lard
20 bbls. brown Sugar
30 bbls. Molasses
50 boxes Soap (various qualities).
Landing and for salo-cy
LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
September 25 Lag_No. 137 East Bay.
FLOUR, FLOUR, &c.
C) K A BBLS. FAMILY FLOOR
w5 O Kt 200 sacks Family Fiour
350 bbls. Bakers' Flour
50 bbl?, best Rye Flour
GC00 bushels Tennessee Corn
2000 bushels Tenne*see Oats
500 bushels Cow Peas
100 bushels Seed Rye.
LANDING THIS DAY.
400 bbls. Middling and Fine FLOUR
150 bbls. Sugur
50 bbls. Syrup"
60 sacks Coffee.
All of which will be sold low by -
s-TE-HOUSE & CO.,
Nos. 108,110 and 112 East Bay.
September 25 3
SEED WHEAT, SB KD RYE, SEED
BARLEY, SEED OATS,
ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOB THE SOLL, FOB
sale by JOHN OAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposite State.
September 14 m4
COAL ! COAL!!
JOHN S. HORLBECK, '
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the pnbhc that he bas comm; need the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3m o
H. & H. W. CATHER^OOD'S
EXTRA FINE. PURE OLD
IS ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERD ra i
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade at prices which will en?
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. ?SC H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
C?f\ BBLS. OF THE AB O VI FAVORITE WHIS
OKJ KEYS, consisting of X XX XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET HU ANDS, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS Sc CO.,
September 4_2mos No. 195 East Bay.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Nos. 17 and IO YEN DUE RANGE,
CHARLESTON, S. CJ.
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MA BEET
jr f\ HHDS. CHOICE WESTERN C. B. SLUES
OU 50 hhds. Choice Western Rib Sides
50 hhds. Choice Western shoulders
20 hhds. Bright No. 2 Shoulders *"
15 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
40 hhds. Primo No. 2 S. C. Hams
25 boxes breakfast Baron
40 bbla. Refined Su ars
40 tierces N. Y. Molasses
40 nbls. Choice Molasses
20 bbls. Sugar House s>rop
10 bales Gunny Badging
60 boxes E. D. Cheese
160 bbls. Fiue, Super and Extr.. Flour.
25 boxes Low Priced '1 obacco.
We shall always keep a mil supply of everything
connected wiih tho ..ho;i," and would invite our
city and country friends to inspect atock before
September 1 Imo
1 A A BOLLS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, PRICE
J. U U 24 cents cish per yard.
Apply at MEEI'ING.STRKET ICE HOUSE.
September 10 % Imo
BORNEO BAGUING !
S)>71 BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
? I J. weight and width.
For sale by GEO. A. TREN HOLM 4 SON.
RSALAS, AGENT FOR "HE CHARLESTON
. Branch ot the Havana segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respec fuUv invito the attention
of dealers and Bmokers to ids vcty large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA its, ol ?.ll grades
and sizes, excelled by few iu this country, and war?
ranted to be as represente !.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 30 days' city accep?
No. 118 EAST B VY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CITY TRRA.S?RY, JULY I, 1808.- NO
TlOti TO HOLOEltS Itt FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-The File Loan Coupon* due this day and
pa/able in the City of Ne ff York, will oe paid on pre?
ss jtation at thu Office. S. TUOMAS,
July 2 City Treasurer.