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NEWS 8UMM AKY.
-Houston, Texas, ia of opinion that in ten
years ehe will bo tbe ''grandest railroad centre
in th? South."
-nTbe London Tomahawk claims to be the
cousin Tommy of Misa Minnie Hauok, whose
name it spells Hawk.
-Austria, wi tn a bankrupt treasury, has just
ordered three thousand miles of railway to be
built at a cost of $300.000,000.
-At Vienna, for some time past, an orches?
tra exclusively composed of female ex?cutants,
has been giving; concerts with success.
-The planters of Bullock county, Alabama,
bave resolved to keep ont of market all cotton
not necessary to meet their debts now due,
and call upon- other planters to do the same. >
,_According to instructions from Archbishop
Sp&ldi UR tbe pastors of the Catholic parishes
in Washington . will at onco inaugurate a sys?
tem of schools far the education of the chil?
dren of their colored parishioners.
-Gen. Eilpatrick, it ia said, obtained leave'
of absence for three months ftom his post as
Minister to Chili, "to attend to imperative
private affairs." Ha has come home and
gone into politics 1-making Radical stump
-The Bight Bev. William O'Hara, the first
Bishop of the See of Scranton, was. installed
on Sunday, in Scranton, Pa., at St. Vincent de
Paul's Cathedral Bishops Wood, of Philadel?
phia, Lynch, of Charleston, S. C., and Shana?
han, of Harrisburg,- with numerous clergy,
participate I in the exercises.
-The leading Conservatives and Democrats
of Virginia have resolved bo bold au election
for Presidential electors in that State in No?
vember, notwithstanding the passage of the
law of Congress forbidding it in rmi eco Detract?
ed States, and effective measures for that pur?
pose have already been adopted.
-Two attempts were made last week to burn
the White" tJurphur Springs (Vb.) property.
Three of the cottages were entirely- consumed,
and but for the? timely assistance rendered by
the summer visitors, ill tho buildings would
have been destroyed. Two negroes have been
arrested on suspicion.
-A Texas correspondent of the New Or?
leans Times says that the Democrats of that.
State ore organizing for the November election,
and that they intend to vc co. The correspon?
dent expresses the opi Lion that if it be a crime
for an American-'citizen to vote for the Chief
Executive of his country, the sooner it is known
-The Prussian troops are learning to exe?
cute a now manouvre. A battalion throws
itself on the ground abd two other battal?
ions march over them at quick march to the
front. Tbe movement was lately executed
for- tie benefit of the Crown Prince of Prus?
sia, who was inspecting" the troops at Stettin. ,
Two English officers in his suite also wit- ,
-The advantage of having a watch which .
strikes the hours was experienced by a gen?
tleman in New-York a few evenings since. As
he wan entering Kioto's Theatre his watch
was taken. There were several persons around
him, and he said:. "Gentlemen, I have lost my
watch; . If you will keep quiet it will strike in
one minute." The thief started far the door
?nt?-.was captured. .
-The twenty-ninth regiment United StalSa'
., .-numbering '"aboat--eight hundred
strong, lett Washington Sunday night, where
months, and took the train at Alexandria en
route for Tennessee, where the government is
concentrating a considerable body of troops.
Tho: train, when approaching Keswick station
on Monday morning ran off tho track, thrrwing
off six cars, killing four men and wounding
-Tba records of recent immigration show a
marked change in respect to the nationality of
the moving classes-the, Irish falling to the
rear and the Germans coming to the front.
Lasj year the newly arrived Germans outnum- '
bored the Irish nearly two to one, and the
same proportion bolds good to the present
time. The latter immigrants are for the most
part self-dependeot, and bring with them
meaos and education sufficient for a fair start
on Otis side of the world. The great exodus,
especially -from the North German Confedera?
tion, at thia time, is attributed partly to the
political changes which Prussian supremacy
bas made necessary, and partly to-unusual and
-The foreign journals publish the text of
a. dispatch addressed by the Prof edan Govern?
ment to its Minister at Paris to te communi?
cated to the French Government. In this pa?
per it. is stated that the King of Prussia has
ordered that as soon as the autumn manoeu?
vres are over all the reservo troops shall be
discharged, and that the annual levy of re?
cruits shall be postponed for three months.
The Prussian Government, it is stated, de
Bires by this important measure, which re- f
due es the army by one hundred and twenty
thousand men, to afford a new proof ot its i
moderation and desire for pease. The King]
of Prussia asserts that in bis opinion no
question now exists which can disturb the
peace of Europe.
-The Ne w York correspondent of the Phila?
delphia Ledger, in writing of Episcopal Church
matters, says : "Extreme low churchmen
have chalked out their programme for the Gen
oral Convention. Lr brief, it is just this: An
effort will first be made to obtain such a revis?
ion of the canons, rubrics, ?c., as will serve to
nipress ritualism, and throw open the pulpit
"to clergymen who are without Episcopal ordi?
nation. Failing in that, tbay will secode and
organizo an independent church of their own,
to be called 'The Reformed Protestant Episco?
pal Church in too Uuited States of America."
The expectation is that several of the bishops
will countenance ar.d take part in thia seces?
sion, but should that part cf tho programme
cot be realizad, then they will g0 to work and
create provisional bishops themselves. The
arrangement contemplates so radical a change
in the church that it is questionable whether
all of the evangelical leaders aro quito ready to
face the music. One of them, at least, gives
notice that he cannot join it, and that it wore
beet at present to stay in than to go out of the
church. I refer to the Ber. John Cc
Smith, Rector of the Church of the Ascent
and one of the editors of the Protei
-People who are apprehensive that son
tl ieee days this globe may bc smashed to at
by a wandering comet, and who have not 1
reassured by the assertions of scientific:
that comets are mainly composed of gas,
certainly now dismiss their fears. An aero
quite as big as any come!', bas recently fi
on the earth's surface, near Warsaw, in Poll
without doing any damage, but, on the i
trary, being itself shivered to pieces by i
cussion with, the atmosphere before it reac
the ground. It is said to have had a sur
of two thousand acres, which, by compute
would give it a diameter of more than a a
It first bursted high up in the air, then e
of the pieces broke up in turu, unt.l part
of the mass were reduced to powder,
scientific man picked up nine hundred
forty-two fragments, another one thousand
hundred and twelve, and millions more reu
strewed over the country. This shows t
our atmosphere acts as a kin 1 of cushion
protect us against all such dangorous visitt
and also both sots them on fire by friction, i
by the heat thus engendered, explodes th
into comparatively harmless bite.
-It wit! be remembered that tbe reo
earthquakes in South America began on
13th of August, and on that day a great oci
wave broke on the shores of Peru. On the 1
of August that same wave reached Lower C
fornia on one side of the Pacific Ocean and
pan on the other. On the 14th, 15th and li
of August, as the telegraph informs us, t
same disturbance of the ocean was observed
the Sandwich Islands, the sea rising and fi
ing, for those three days, throe or four f
every ten minutes. Taking all these fa
together, it would seem that tbe point
greatest intensity iu the commotion of t
earth's crust was somewhere in the Paoi
Ocean, midway between South America a
the Sandwich Islands ; since the tidal wa
reached those islands sooner than it did Ct
fornia, and lasted longer, and was observed
the latter place no sooner than it was at Japs
That the convulsion was.as near the Saadwi
Islands as it was to South America, if c
nearer, is confirmed . by the sinking of t
shore of Hawaii, and the continuance of earl
quakes in its neighborhood. We are told th
the subsidence of Hawaii in some places w
from three to four, and in others from six
seven leet, while at Hilo the greatest subs
dence noticed was eight inches. Ia HUo, Pur
and Eaufroi ono to five earthquakes cecum
daily. -When we got full accounts from i
parts of the world of this terrible earthqoak
it will probably be found-to have been dbe of
wider extent than any which has occurred
modern times. .
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 186
Fo~ President. .'.*..:.... HUH AT IO SEYMO IT
For nce-Prerident.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
The Colored Vote.
The municipal election?, here and through
out the State, oannot be carried without th
assistance of a large colored vote,-a vot
which we claim because the interest of th
white man is the interest of the negro, an
because only those who are personally in
tereeted in the well-being and prosperity o
a oommunity can be expected to administe
its affairs with a sole regard to the publi
and common good. Hitherto the colored voti
has been difficult to secure, partly from tb?
faot that the majority of our people have BI
far-been passive and silent. It seemed tba
the din of civil battle would not soon react
our State, and the people did not care tc
buckle on their armor until the moment foi
action came. Now are they bracing theil
shields and proving their swords, and thej
have cause for fresh confidence in the
knowledge that the colored vote will, at th?
municipal elections, be less difficult to ob?
tain than at any previous period in the an?
nals of reconstruction.
As long aB the Presidential election
hangs trembling in tho balance, tao freed?
men are naturally but stupidly disposed
to cling to the Radical party. They be?
lieve that the white people will, if the
Democrats are successful, return them to
some form of slavery, for which belief
there is not even the most slender foun?
dation. They also believe that the white
people will, if they have the power, take
away from them, without qualification,
the right to cast a vote. Believing these
things, they are generally resolved to do
all that they can to fortify their position,
and think that they can best secure the con?
tinuance of their present privileges and en?
joyments by voting for GRANT in November.
But when the municipal elections take
place, the Presidential election will have
been decided. If SEYMOUR and BLAIR,
the champions of truth and the right,-be
elected, the colored people will be only too
anxious to vote for Democratic candidates
for the different municipal offices. They
will feel that the ultimate verdict, the ver?
dict from which there is no appeal, has been
rendered; that the voice of the whole Ameri?
can people has decided against them and
their race; and they will be eager to win
back from the white people that indulgence
and confidence which they have so fre?
quently abused. If we elect SEYMOUR and
BLAIR on the first Tuesday in November,
there will be no difficulty whatever in elect?
ing the Demooratio municipal ticket on the
"*If on tbe other hand GRANT and COLFAX
be elected, the municipal elections may still
be controlled by the property, respectabil?
ity and intelligence of the State. The col?
ored people will then believe that the gov?
ernment de facto has become the govern?
ment de jure. They will hold the opinion
that the whole nation has resolved that the
colored man shall vote, and that the recon?
struction governments shall stand as by
Congressional law established. They will
know that the Radical party is secure for
four years from Harsh, 18G?, and they will
know that there will not be the slightest
chance of their being sent back into invol?
untary servitude. They will assume that
'.be election of GRANT has set the seal to
their freedom. Upon this score they will
be relieved of a 1 doubt, anl will be willing
to turn to practical purposes the attention
whicii they are now giving to leagues, cau
cusses and noisy political meetings. The
colored man knows, as well as the white
man knows, the difference between a gen?
tleman and a snob, between an educated
man and a fool, between a property holder
and an adventurer, between an intelligent
mechanic and an itinerant politician. The
colored man also knows in what direolion
his true interests lie. These things he may
not seem to realize now; bot he knows them
well enough, even although his senses are
dazed for the moment by the specious argu?
menta of his leaders. If the freedman has
a strong feeling, it is a feeling which impels
him to lean upon the responsible and culti?
vated whiteman. This feeling has not been
destroyed. It has been overcome by the'
dark shadow of a new and more bitter
slavery which his fancy conjured into being;
but it will reappear in all its old strength
when the great contest between Democracy
and Radicalism shall be decided. Then
will the freedman look to securing the
means of living honestly and with comfort.
Then will he look to the responsible white
men of tue State for advice and counsel, as
he now looks to them for employment and
bread. Then will he go without hesitation
to the polls and vote for the men who will
maintain the credit, increase the trade and
make sure the property of the place in
which he lives.
This the freedman will do, whoever
may be elected President of the United
States If SEYMOUR be elected, he will do
it because his only hope will be in winning
the trust and regard of the superior white
race. If ?KANT be elected, he will do it
because he feels sure that none of h s priv?
ileges will be taken away, and because it is
high time for him to work for his own good,
instead of laboring longer for the solid ad?
vantage of political tricksters, who have
done much for themselves, little for the
country, and less for him and his family.
The Fruit and Vegetable Busines i.
Mr. W. G. WHIDBT, the Secretary of the
Farmer's Club, of Stone Mountain, Ga., in
a letter published in the Courier of yester
day, says that "a convention of all persons
"desirons of engaging in the business of
' shipping fruits and vegetables to Ne w York
"will meet at Stone Mountain on the 21st in
"slant." Among the subjects "that will en
"cage the attention of the convention (says
Mr. WHIDBY) "will be the best and shoxt
"est route to New York. Charleston ought
"to be, but other routes may offer superior
"inducements; aud to the end that the peo
"ple of Charleston may not let their inter?
ests suffer, I hereby extend a oordial in?
vitation to the Chamber of Commerce, the
"shipping interest, the South Carolina
"Railroad, the press, and merchants gener?
ally, to be present or represented on the
Last seaeon the shipment of fruits and
vegetables through Charleston to the North
became an important branch of business.
It was profitable to the dealers and mer?
chants, and profitable to the carriers,
which last found a welcome and valuable
addition to their freights at a time when
the shipment of our great staple is small
and unimportant. There was some com?
plaint made by shippers in regard to thc
accommodation given them and the manner
of storing their produoe. These are minor
difficulties, but if they are not overcome,
they will neutralize many of the great ad?
vantages which this city undoubte'ly pos?
sesses as the port of shipment for the or?
chard and garden produce of Georgia and
We are satisfied that the fruit and vege?
table business is worth fighting for, and
we are sure that a moderate effort will se?
cure it permanently to Charleston. But
the absent are always in the wrong, and if
we are unrepresented in the Convention at
Stone Mountain some ingenious gentleman
is sure to convince the growers and ship?
per? of fruits and vegetables that the Tim
buctoo route is farTrloTeadvnnlageous than
tbe route by Charleston, and that it is the
fault of our railroads, steamship agents,
and business men generally, if peaches,
green peas, melons and tomatoes do not al?
ways realize as much as the owners expect?
ed. We sincerely hope that Charleston
will send a strong delegation to the Stone
^TOTIciT^TO AUCTION BER S.- CITY
jy '1 BEA SU UT, 1st O. tooer, >8f>8.-All Licenses
terminate on 30th September of each year. Renew
a's endorsed on the License Certificat? on payment
of F.ve Dollars, on application daring the present
month at this office. S. THOM AS,
October 1 * i ty Treasurer.
-Vr?TICE Tt> PILOTS-CITY TREA
i.1 SCRY, 1st Octooer. 1868 -All Li-ooses that
bvre expired can 1 o renewed on the recommenda?
tion ol the Chairman of tte Board of Commissioners
direoted to the Mayor, on application nt this office
this month. t?. THOMAS,
october 1_ City Treasurer.
QITY TAX?t?S-MONI ULY RETURNS*
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
dir HALL, October 1,1868. i
Notice is hereby given to all concomed, that the
monthly Returns for the m -nth of September past, in
compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on the
2mh cf January, 1868, must bo rna Je on or before the
i; b instant.
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWING ASE PAYARLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares end Merchandise, In,
c'.uding ice, Lumber. Hay, Gram and Naval Htores
and sales by Bakers, Butchcn. and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts or ail Street Kai ?road H.
On a 1 cross receipts of all Exoress Companies.
On ail sales at Auction
On all Carriages and Buggies.
On all income derived lrdm the pursuit of any
(Scully, profession, occupation or employment
On the gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commit
sion Merchants, Hankers, Broser*, and others.
On all premiums received for or by any Insurancc
Com; any, or by agencies for individuals or compa?
On all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule u?ed or k-'pt within the
city, excepting Loi ses or mules u-ed in any public
licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
On all Re ail Dealers in all uriic.es whatsoever.
On a 1 Barber Shops.
On all gross r ccipts of Hotels and Pubbc Kating
and Boarding blouses,
On all receipts ot lavery Stable Kcepors.
On the gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Printing Offices, News
pap rs and Publishing Houses.
On all Goods sold in the city by persons not resi?
dent, by sa t plc or otherwise.
On all talcs of Horses and Mules brought to (ho
On salt s of Stocks, Bonds, and other securities.
On thegrofs ?ecfiptsnf Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
?ll thc defaulters will bc dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HUGHES,
Octobor 1 15 City Assessor.
fist ano /esnfc.
FOI IV?, GOING ASTRAY, A BLACK
NLWFOUM LAND DOG, with leather co'lar
and city badge cn. 1 he o wurr caa have the samo
byxpnlyinsat THE CHA BLESION DAILY NEWS
O? FL E. Septomb r23
KKMOVAL-CH ISOLAI MIlTIIEKS
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Bay to AI .GER'S NORTH WHARF.
September 211 tutb2
EEMOVAL - Oit. K rt A \ CIS t.. PAR?
KE it has removed his office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 71 HAS?L-STRKET, two doers
e .st of the Poitofflco. July 21
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highes* wages will be mid. Apply to
MURPHY & CLARK,
Br} an-street, between Bull and Drayton,
October 1 3 Savannah.
WANTED, A GOOD WAITI.\GMA\,
of good character snd well recommended.
Wages punctually paid. Apply at No. 43 MEETING
STREET, next door below the club House.
September 30 2
A S TED, A SITUATION BY A RE?
SPECTABLE WHI IE WOMAN as Chamber
maid, Child's Nurse, or to do honse work and wash?
ing. The bester c'ty ref-renco given if required.
Apply at No. ll QUt EN-STREET, fir two days,
september 30 3*
AGENTS WANTED.-A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOOK.-Agents wanted to sell the
best Democratic Cimpai-nBooi In thensid. Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, aod other leading
Democratic statesmen, as well as a r ompiste history
cf the i arty. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. lian cock, and others, ss
the most valuable political text-book published.
Address D. APPLEiON 4 CO., Publishers, New
York_ lm september 26
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intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment t'aat a one-armed man can
UL Apply at No. 14 ANN-sTREET. Applicant can
give good r?f?rences. September 22
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writes a plain and legible band, a situation
where he can earn a livelihood for tho support of his
fauily. Address ?.Penman," OFFXCEDAlLY NEWS.
HOUSE WANTED.- A PCKCTI AL AND
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neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Bent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
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B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. September 18
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the np-conntry, a situation as CLERK in
either a Wholesale or Betai? Grocery store; is ex?
perienced in the badness, and o?n influence trade.
Best of references riven. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postofflce, bouta Carolina.
CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eight by ten Oval steel
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BLUR, with or
without frames, bheets 25 cents each. Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Charts,
arc, one hundred per cent profit. Sam;.le packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at once
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August 14 2mo? No. 87 Park Row. N. Y.
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Servants can also find places by application to the
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tron, coner Church and Chalmers street
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April 21 No. 161 King-street
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rUC VT, THE HOI SK No. 150
Wentwortii strret, north side, next to tho cor?
ner of Gadsdra-strriet. Apply to E. H. POOS ER, al
"Big Boot," No. 251 King-street.
October 1_ 1*
TO RENT, ONE OK TWO PLEASANT
ROOMS on the first floor, eora er of Smith and
1'alboon streets; also, two gentlemen, or a gentle?
man and his wife, rsceivsd as boarders.
Septem' e' 30 9
TO RENT, CHAT; FIBST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS SI AND, No. 290 Kins-street, a few dosrs
south of Wentworth-strset, now occupied by F. von
-aati September 29
TO RENT, TWO FINE KOOKS. No.
SC7 King-street Apply in the STOBE belo w.
August 15 stuth
TO KENT, A HOUSE ON EAST BAY,
next to th? comer of Society-street, containing
seven square rooms sad all necessary outbui dings.
Apply on MARSH ILL'S WHARF, east end nf Cal
houn-street stuth September 26
AHOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS FOR
BEST, at the corner of Spring and A shiny
streets. Apply to Mr. CROGHAN,
No. 226 Meeting-street, near Ann-: trcet.
September 29 3*
TO KENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best stands in the city for a Grocery and Bar
Roora. Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY opposite New
Custom House. (september 15
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
street. Also, a HOUSE No. 2 Doughty-street Ap-,
ply to W. BYRNE, northeast corner Kim; and John
TO RENT, A PAKT OK HOUSE No. 171
Coming-atrecL inquire on premises.
Septem be - ?
TO KENT. FOR THE SUMMER. A
HOUSE, coitalni-is eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on tho front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF?
FICE _Jnly 2
TO RENT, ALL TH\T THREE AND A
HALF STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, >o. 129
Cuming-3trect, containing six upright and tws largs
attic rooms, with pantry and dressing rosm, private
stairoato, with largs outbuildings for servants,
large cistsrn, and splendid well of water, .with gas
throughout the Lou??. plar.za, three stories, facing
south. PoEsesatbn gtvn immediate.y. To an ap*
proved tenant rent will be moderate.
Apply te HENRY OETJEN.
No. 4 Marion-street
September 29 8
TO RENT, AT SULLIVANS ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-STORY HOUSES, siruato.1
close to Fort Beauregard, both bavin? double
piazzas f>clnr; north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, and woll adat ted for private resi?
dences, hotels or bearding establishments. To be
rented singly or together; the Furniture taken by
agreement, if des rabie. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
pissolution of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Thc undersigned having ibis day, by mutual
cousent, dissolved their copartnership lu the Res
taurant business, thc samo will r>e conoucted here?
after, as usual, by thc remaining partner Mr. A. D.
LORENZ, at tho two well Uno wu stands. No. 133
Meeting and No. 125 East Bay streets.
AU debts due the late firm of H. H. BADENHOP
k CO., as well as accounts contra, will be handed
to Mr. LORENZ, who will acttlo thc same, and re?
ceive payments. HY. H BADENHOP.
A. D. LORENZ.
Charleston, S. C., Sept mber 30,1868.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE SUBSCRIBER
will continue to carry on husmos at the Restaurant,
No. 131 Meetiug-street, also a: the Palmetto Restau?
rant, No. 125 East Bay.
AUGUST D. LORENZ.
TAILORING_JM> RU GH KI MER
respectfully informs his friends and customers
that he has juiit returned from New York with a full
aseortmen of CLUTUn. <'AS*Itf fcilri S and VOT?
INGS tor Fall -n . winter wear.
lie has also a supply ot' the celebrated STAR
SHlRls, and a geaoral assortment ol Gentlemen's
ne invites a call ?nd n pection of h's stock athis
No. 141K1NU--TREEI, WEST SIDE,
Three doors north of Queen.
September 24 4tUiL-9
PKIV *TE BOARDING.-A LIMITED
number of gentlemen can be accommodated
with good board ana pieasaat rooms by applying at
the NORTHEAST CORNER M BETING ANO CII \L
MERS STREETS, opposite the Fire Proof Building.
Ti ms mrodera e. September 24
S'JLUULE PATFIC GUANO,
$65 CASH, ?70 TIME.
BAUGirS KAW BONE PHOSPHA I E.
SOO CASH, $C5TIME.
P H OE N IX G U ASO,
$60 CASH ?65 TIME.
IN ORDER TB AT PLvNTER* MAY AVAIL
them elves of any of my Fertilizers for their
wheat aud otlior crops! I offer them at above prices,
cither lvr cash or approved city acceptance, payable
1st Jilly. 1869, w.t'i interest at 7 per cent All my
Fertilizers arc analyzed by Prolcssor shepard, ttius
gu?rante irg a uniform article.
J. N. RCBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
September 1 D*c tuthsa'mo
HOMESTEAD BtTL.Dl.NG AND LOAN
rE REGULAR MEETING OF THT3 AS?OCIA
TION will be held ot Masonic Ball, This Eve?
ning, at half-past Seren o'clock.
A few Shares will be offered lor sale previous to
sile of the money.
The Treasurer will receive the dues from members
during the day at bis office. No. 137 Meeting-street.
October 1 1 Treasurer.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OK SOUTH CARO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
this Society will be held This Evening, st half
past Seven o'clock. The Report of the Committee
on Revision of the Constit: tion will be made.
J. S. BUISf, M. D.,
October 1 Secretary Medical Society S. C.
PYTHAGOREAN LODGE No. 21, A.F.M.
ABEGU LAB COMMUNICATION OF THE ABOVE
L iDGE will be held at Mas.mic Ball, This
(Thursday) Evening, at half-past Seven o'clock.
Candidates tor the E. A. Degree will bo punctual.
By order of the W. M. B. STEWART,
October 1 1 Secretary.
COLORED OEMOCRATIC CLUB
AMEETING OF THE COLORED DEMO?
CRATIC Club Ward 8 wUl be held at the Hall,
Spring-street, rear Rutledge Avenue, at Seven
o'clock, This Evening. October 1
MASS .MEETING AT BARNWELL C. H.,
ON MONDAY, THE FIFTH OF OCTOBER (SALES
DAY), on which occasion General ROB. RT
TOOMBs, of Gecr"lo, and Colonel B. B. RDT
LEDu R, Elector for the Second Congressional D's
trict of South Carolina, will address the people on
the questions of tbe day. 'I be ludios are especially
invited to attend, and the public generally, of botn
classes, are requested to be present,
september 30 4 COMMITTEE.
^lotices tn |ankrnptrn.
UNITED STATES FOB 1 HE DISTRICT OF
t-ODTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF ED
WARD G. HUME BANKRUPT-PETITION FOB
FULL AND FINAL TUSCHARGR IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Ordered, i h it a hearing be bad cn the sixth day
of November next, A, D, ltC3, at one o'clock P. M., at
the Fedora! Courthosse in Charleston, S. C., and
that all creditors, Ac., of said Bankrupt appear ?ad
shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the
petitioner shnuld not be granted, and that the se?
cond meeting of creditors be held at the office cf
R. B. CARPENTER, Esq.. Registrar, Charleston, 8.
C., on the fifth day of November, at twelve o'clock M.
By order if ibo Court, thia 39th dsy of September,
A. D. 1868. DANDL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Curt
District of South Carolina.
4Se*-Georgetown Times publish or.co a week lor
two weeks. tb2 October 1
y?kNtJ^O^GXi^j^D VOCAL SIC SIC.
^HE UNDERSIGNED H A VI HG RETURNED TO
the citv, wul continue to give LEHSONs IN MUSIC.
For' particulars, inquire at his Reaidoncc, No. 40
RADCLIFFF-STREET, or at the Music Stores
October 1_ths2? , T. P. O'NE.'LE.
MISS M CR DE S Si SISTER'S BOARD?
ING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA
DIEd-The ex?r-ises of this Seminary will (D. V.)
be resumed on Monday, October S.
Sep ember 24 thstu6
ENGLISH, FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL. NORTHWEST
CORNER BULL AND COMINO STREETS.-The ex?
ercises of the subscriber's School will be resumed at
the above location on TAuridai., 1st October next.
A few boys can also be accommodated with Board
in his family. JOSEPH T. CALDWELL.
September 8_sept 8,14, 23, 30. oct 1
AND ENGLISH SCHOOL,
No. 82 IVtntwarth-strfft.
THE FXERCISFS OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed on THURSDAY, October L
HENRY M. DRUNS. Principal.
CHARLES B. COCHRAN. Assistant.
Ono or two more boys will be received at boarders
in the family of the Principal.
Septomber 23 wmwthl
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-THE EXERCISES
of the PUBLIC SCHOOLS of thia elly will be
resumed OB Monday, th? 6th October.
Admissions to vaeancls* will be made at th? re?
spective Schools every Mondar morning, between
the bonn of 9 and 10 o'clock, om and after the 12th
Br order of the Board.
B. MONTAGUE GRIM KP,
Secretary Commissioners Free Schools.
MRS. HOPS, J J PIN CK. ft ET WILL RE?
SUME" the Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADLES on Monday, Octobers, at No 68
Instruction given in the French and German Lan?
guages by the best Professors.
September 21 Imo
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES.-M e. R. F. W. ALLSTON
will reopen her BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, No. Vt MBETlNG-sTREET, Charles?
ton, on the 16th day of October next She would
respectfully announce te her patrons that she is pre?
pared to give every atteulHWTT?" her scholars.
She would take this occasion to thank her friends
for their kindness and pftt> osage bithmto extended,
and to solicit the continuance of the same.
September 17 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL t
No. 3!? WENTWOBrB-STREET. LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXEBCIsES IN ABfTH
MBTIC, WRITING, BRADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR axe from 7 to 9 o'clock P. AL
Terms-32 per month m advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMAN)).
QAKOLINA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
MESDAMES A. GIRARD AND S. L. DOWELL,
Charleston, S. C.
THE EXEHCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed ID. V.) on Thursday, October 1st, the bisher
Fnglish md Mathematical departments being in
chargo of Mr. G. W. ALEXANDER.
For information iu reference to redujcd termp,
icc, apply irr -irculars at the Scho.T for the present,
No. ll Coming-street.
M?dame GIRARD ls prepared to give priva'o les?
sons ia French and German, m thc afternoons, at
1er resi Jo-ice, No. ll Coming-street.
September 14 iept 14, 21, 24, 28. oct 1. 5, 12
J^r- ISS PEGRAM'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUSG LADIES.
Nos. 106 AND 108 LINDEN Row, FRANXLIN-STREET.
THE DUTTE-* OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on the firs' day of October next.
Circulars can be bad ol G KORO E L. BLDGOOD,
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PEGUAU it CO., or Of
Al IBU P.?. GK MI,
Box No. 12G, Richmond, Virginia.
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW
YORK.-The usual exercises will be resumed
as follows: In the Gram saar school Department,
September ' ; in the Department of Science and Let?
ters, september IS; ba tue School or Civil Engine-r?
ing, September 16; in the Behool ol Art, soptember
21; in the Schoel of Law, Octo er 1; in thc Sc-'.ool of
Medicine, October 17; in the School of Practical
Chemistry, Octo-er 12.
Catalogues and I ireu'ars at the University. Ex?
aminations tor admission to the Department of Sci?
ence aud Letters will take place in tho Council?
men!, on Tuesday, the 15th september, at half-past
Nine A. M. ISAAC FERRIS,
Dnivers1'y, Washington Square. East.
September 18 Imo
NIVEKSITY OF THE SOOTH.
RT. REV. WM. M. GREEN, D. D., Cbam-ellor.
RI. RtV. C. T. QUINTA RD, D. D., LL. D.. Vice
Trustees-The Bishops of North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alaaama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Trnneose:, Texan and Arkansas ex officio,
and ono Clerical and two Lay Trustees from each
of saul Dioceses.
The Board of Trustees of the Universitr announce
that they will open the Junior Department at Uni?
versity Place, on Wednesday, the 16th day of Sep?
tember nex', under General J. GORGA% of Ala?
bama, as Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
West Point, very highly recommended by General
Lee and other leading ccu of tt e country.
Desiring to make the school simply self-sustain?
ing, the 'lrus'ees have fixed upon the sum of S3C0
per year to cover the entire charges, except matricu?
lation frc (Sid) an<l medical attendance. Students
will bc required to furnish their own sleets, pillows,
cases and tow?'? Payment will be required semi?
annually in advance.
The first term will clu?o December 15, and the
School will reopen, after thc Christmas vacation, on
the 10th day of F?bru*r>, remaining in ses ion dur
iug tuc ?Ummer except a short recess.
Communications lu reference to the School ^ould
be addressed to GEO. R. FMRBANKS. E>q., Tioisu
rer of the University, University Place, Franklin
1 he location of the rniversity on the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of the Cumuerlaud Mouutaius ls
too well known 'orjquire desorption.
Persons coming to University Place change cars at
Cowan Station, Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
and tak? 'he cars ot the Tennessee Ci>al company to
University Station (9 miles) on tho University do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
Sept:mler 9 Chancellor.
I N U^A^JT?T
DEUTCHEN FE UR COMPAGNIE,
WIRD STA DTFINDEN,
SPBUT2EN HAUSE, - - CHALMEB-STRASsE,
Am Donnerstag den 1st October.
Iintritt$100. Anfang 7 Uhr.
Director J. F. JOHANUS, Vorsitzer.
Director 0-Ti.NDORFF. I LOUIS SCHWABE
E. SCHUMACHER. | JULIUS OS i ENDORFF.
September 22 1 oct 1
DANCING SCHOOL.- MKS. V. C.JA?
COBS b?gs leave to info: m her patrons and
tba public that her DANCING SfH' >OL wiU bc open?
ed on the first of October, at Hohnes' Hall, corner
Eine and Wentworth streets, where she will give in?
struction in all the fashionable Dances, including
thc popular "German."
Those da.-iring to join the Saturday evening Soi?
rees, will please apply at the Hall during the woek.
September 29 ratb2
EXCHANGE ?iT?EW Yo BK
FOR SALE BY .
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
September 8 DAC Imo
QHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KINO STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered in this market City as well as country buy?
ers can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent by
buying their Goods from the above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, from 29 to 26 cents per yard
Best Trish Poplin?, from 30 to 60 cents per yard
calicoes, at 10, 12 >i ?nd 16 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from $125 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only $1 por yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 60 cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
Linen Towels, from 16 cents up
A large assortment of Whi:e and Colored Flannels at
vory low prices
800 pahr of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent be?
low rest, will be sold from $3 up
Colored Quilts, from $175 to $2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4,11-4,12-4, from $2 50
Ladies' English Hose, without seams, lrom 37 to 60
Jeans from 20 to 25 cents (best)
Sarkcis, from 60 to 75 cents
A large qanti'y ol the la'est stylo of Casslmercs, from
$1 tr? ?150
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to $3 60
A ?arlotr ol Shaw s, at $2, $2 60, $3, S3 60. $4, and $5
Brown and White 5hirlinn. at 10, I2>j and 16 cents
Als J, fine branchei of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Undorweir at different prices
Gorman Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent'B Socks, from 10 up to 60 cents
A good quality of Kid Glove", 75 cents
The latest style of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, kc, at the lowest cash
?5-Ec member thc CELE AP STORE, at the
CORNER OE CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wo have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES HATS,
TRUNKS, ko., which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
?3- ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
FURCHGOTT *v BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
JJ OSIERY. GLOVES,
FURNISHING GOOD3, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY & C'J.,
NO. 3 7 HAYN E-STREET,
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
city and country customers, and the trade* generally,
to their complete sud attrac'ive assortment or the
above mentioned Goods.
Cur PUBUHA-TNG PARTNER is constantly in tho
NEW YORK MA*KKT, aud weare thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages to our customers in both
Wo would also invite an elimination of j
COLLEYS VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
THE ONLY FAULTLESS SKIRT MADE,
For which wc are SOLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 PAC thstulmo
gTKAUSS ?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 prlres ls respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually filled. An agon; lu Now York will furnish sup?
plies of Now Goods by ovcry steamer.
July SO 3m os
The undersigned, having sold his entire interest
iu tho Hotel known as the
' Ni ;KERSON HOUSE,"
in Columbia, S. C., would tako great pleasure in re?
commending his friends to continue their patronage
to the new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT bas bal charge of tho Hotel for
mo tor a year past, and will continue to have the
catire management of the Hotel under the new ar?
I fed assured that tho house will maiot dn its for.
mer reputation as a first-class Hotel.
T. S. NICKERSON.
COLUMMA, S. C., September 1,1SS8.
September 24 thnrtmos .
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPBIK-OUS.
CO i<N ER OF CHURCH .\ND QUEEN STREETS.
CH A BUNSTON. 8. 0.
Transient Board $? 5u per Day.
QILMOlt HOC SK,
KI KK LA NU ?i CO., Proprietors.
April 27 ly:
\| IS W YUK K nOTB L,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
O. M. H1LDKKTH ?.<i CO., Troprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRxT-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former timet
under the inanac^-eu t or J. B. MO SNOT, Esq., and
moro recently under Hist of HIRAM CRANSTON &
C ; is now under thc proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. ?. ROCKWAY, unerthc firm ol
D. M. HILDRETH A CO.
The senior partner from Lis long experience as a
pioprictor of the Veranda, St. Lons and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orlcaus, flattern himself that he can
assure hi.i fronds and ibo public penerally, that its
ronner world-wido reputation as a popular first-class
Uotei, shall bs fully sustained under its present
management lyr* F?hruary 13
Kl CH.no.vu FBMALE INSTITUTE
The next Session begins October 1st, uuder most
Attention i called to thc superior Educational and
Boarding advantages now offered by the lustitute.
For catalogues, or any special information, address
or apply to
CHARLES H. WINSTON. M. A.,
September 18 Imo President.
Jfb?octt?ts ono ^tscriloneots.
POUTERS AND ALES.
CASKS 'R. B. BYASS" BROWN STOUT, QUARTS
- cania .-H. B. Byaaa" .-tout Porter, quarts and
- casks "Ffndlater" Dublin Stout, pints
- cssks "Ea"?" E. L Ale, pinta
- casks "Knox k Sons" "Alloa" Ale, pints
- casks "1 ennent's" Pale Ale, pints
- cases "Devenish" Champagne Ale,
For sale at reasonable rates by
JAMES BANCROFT, Ja,,
October 1_th* No. 96 East Bay.
FRESH Tfr AS,
JUST li&SDJBD PER STEAMER MAV
AFRESH SUPPLY, OF GREEN AND BLACK
TEAS, at$l. $1 25, $1 SO, ?2, ana $2 25 per Tb.,
Al ot good strength and davor.
For sale by GEO. H GRUB ER.
No. 236 King-street,
Third door above Market-street
FRESH TOMATOES, &c,
KECEIVtU PER RECENT ARK (VALS.
CASES FRESH TOMATOES OF THIS 8EA
LJtJ SON'S putting up, in 2 and 3 ft. cans-vari?
6 cases Fresh Green Peas and Green Corn, in 2 ft.
10 cases Fresh Peaches, Pineapples, Pears, Gages
and Whortleberries, Fresh Cove Oysters, Bancroft's
Preserved and Fresh Peaches, Crab Apples and
A foll assortment of PHILADELPHIA PRESERVES,
in gi ?SH jars.
For sale by GEO. H. GRUBEB,
No. 236 KinR-street
Third door above Market-street
October 1 _1_
r f\ TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, WARRANTED
OU FINE. For sale by
October 1_3_T. J. KERR k CO.
1 ?CAfi SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT. LARGE
JLOUU sacks and in fine order.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
?AA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
OUU For sale by
Oc'oberl_3_T. J. KERR& CO.
SEVEN (7) TIERCES- CHOICE SUGAR CURED
75 bbls. CHOICE APPLES, nt low prices and in
lots to suit purchasers.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
October 1 thstu3 Fac'ors.
WESTERN BULK BACON
f)A HHDS. CLEAR RIB SIDE*, DRY SALTED
?? \J 5 linds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 h .ids. Shoulders, smoked.'
Jost received, and for sale by .
October 1 Fast Bay.
SEEDS ! NEEDS !
JUST RECEIVED AND SOLD CHEAP, A LARGE
assortment of the best se ?ec ed German GAR?
DEN and FLOWER SEEDS, in qu ntides to suit
Call at LEONHARDT & DUENslNG,
No. 185 Meeting-street
October 1 1 Under Pavilion Hotel
BACON, GUNNY CLOTH AND
HHDS. PRIME CLEAR RIB SIDES
20 hilda. Prime Shoulders
15 boxes Good .-bculdera.
73 bales GUN? Y CLOTH
150 soils Greenlaaf Ropo
100 coils Flax Rope, good and cheap.
For sale by HENRY COBIA ic CO.
September 29 tuths3
GKAIN, FLOUR, HAY, &c.
1 i \ AAA BUSHELS IENNFSSEE COBN
Lv/,UUU 2000 bushels BalUmore Grinding
COO' bushels Tennessco Oatt,
1000 bushels Cow Peas
600 bales Prime North River Hay
150 bbls. Extra Flour, Northern
600 sacks Family and Extra Flour, "Cimpsen
S-ed RTO, Oats and Wheat,
All of which will bo sold low.
September 30 3 JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.
PRIME CAROLINA RICE FRE6H BEATEN, AT
$1 60 per peck, at the
CO-OPEBATIVE GROCERY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street.
DST Goods delivered free. September 28
COAL ! COAL! I
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he Las commenced the COAX
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a Bhare of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
H. & H. W. CATHE ll WOOD'S
EXTRA PINE, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OP
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our former numerous customers at the
South, wo have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS k
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade at prices winch will en?
H. k H. W. CATHERWOOD.
II. 6i H. IV. CATII rc II WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
BBLS. OF THE ABOV .'. FAVORITE WHIS
0\J KEYS, consisting of X. XX. XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GEBDTs k CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE.
CHARLESTON, S. CJ.
OFFER FOR SALE AT 1 HP. LOWEST MARKET
HHDS. CHOICE TV ESTERN C. B. SIDES
50 hhds. Choice Western Rib Sides
60 hhds. Choice Western .--boulders
20 hhds. Bright No. 2 Shoulders
?6 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
40 hhds. Prime No. 2 S. C. Ham3
25 boxes Breakfast BA.-OJ
40 bbls. Refined Su ar.
40 tierce? N. T. Molasses
40 t bis. Choice Molasses
20 bbls. Sugar House Sj rup
10 bales Gunny Bagging
50 boxes E. D. Cheese
150 bbls. Fine, Super and Extra Flour.
25 boxts Low Priced I obacco.
We shall alwavs keep a tull supply of everything
connected with the "ho,:," and would invi-e our
city and couutry friends to inspect stock before
1 AA ROLLS OF SUPERIOR Q~ALITY, PRICE
JL V ' U 24 cents cash per yard.
Apiilv at MEKlT.NG.sTRKET ICE HOUSE.
Septem ncr 10_Imo
BORNEO BAGGING !
?\*71 BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
?i L JL weight and width.
For rale by GEO. A. TREN HO wM 4 SON.
MARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ot the NECB.sSARI.E9 Ol
LIFE, and also the luxur.ee- WLNB\ LIQUORS,
etc-will at all times b* found at the above Store,
established under tho auspi as of tba "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will contiaue and extend the advantages it
alrsady offers to the public. Fresu arrivals and
bargains will bo regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of tho Association is, as set forth tn
its charter, "To furnish members ar. 1 the public
with the 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 of tiie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Assooiatiun, and aU in?
quiries legarding the practical working of tbe enter?
prise wiU be most cheerfully aa I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG F ALL. Assistant