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-Tenuyson will print his Linsest poem yet
before thc end of the year.
-Snow items tefrin to appear in journals to
-There are three hundred female printers
and fifty female proof-readers in Paris.
-Queen Victoria is ia her fiftieth year, and
has nine children and thirteen grand-chil
-Memphis ia jealous of Louisville and Cin?
cinnati, and charges them with ''stealing away
* -Politics now fill up, on an average, three
fourths of the space devoted to reading in a
majority of the American newspapers.
-Satchel is tbc appropriate name of the
chaplain of the Louisiana carpet-bag Legisla?
-Mr. Jefferson Davis is staying at Alton,
England, with the Roman Catholic Earl of
-It is said that there are ten thousand peo?
ple in Loudon who earn their livelihood by
-It is stated that agents of the French Gov?
ernment are in New York, making lar^e pur?
chaser cf grain, salt moat, clothing, &c.
-Tho sales of pews in tho new synagogue of
the Israelites iu St. Louis, on Monday last,
-In 1871 the first really thorough census ot
India is to be taken. The population is esti?
mated at one hundred and fifty million souls.
-The New York Sun says there is euch a de
man din that city for children for adoption,
that evm cripples and other unfortunates are
- A Railroad Conductors' Mutual Life Insur?
ance Association is proposed. A g :neral meet?
ing Tor organization has been called in Cincin?
nati on the 20th ol October.
-John Bull still sticks to his beer. The
now hop and molt exchange erected in Lon?
don, co3t over seven hundred thousand dol?
lars in gold.
-T .e Boston Post is anxious to know what
-will be done with the ten thousand Chinamen
who aro working on the Pscific Railroad, atter
it is finished.
-Bishop Potter, on Thureday, made the an?
nual address at the Protestant Episcopal Con?
vention in Philadelphia. It was non-commit?
tal upon ritualism.
-The grape otop of tho celebrated Chateau
.Lafitte, which bas just been purchased by
- Boron James Rothschild, will this year ba en?
ormous. It has been valued at over ono mil
l ion frar os.
-The Rt. Rev. George A. CarreU, D. D..
Catholic Bishop of Covington, Ey., died on the
25th ult., aged sixty-six. Por many months he
had been in failing health. He was an earnest,
.eloquent and highly esteemed prelate.
-The numbev of iron clads in course of con
rrtraction in the different parts of France is as
follows: Four frigates, seven corvettes, four
gunboat?, and one floating battery, designed
rb?'. h ar tv i' def euee. The present iron clad fleet
ie composed of twenty-eight ships.
.-Hon. George H. Pendleton pronounces a
iirgery the letter lately published purporting
to have been written by him, counselling thc
Texans to vote in the presidential contest, not?
withstanding Congress has shut them ont,
-with Virginia and Mississippi.
-The Roman Catholic Bishops of Cork,
*'Cloyne, Ross, and Korry, Ireland, have had a
-conference in regard to the election, and have
decjded to recommend Mr. Gladstones pro?
gramme to tho Irish Liberal constituencies as
the only one that can be adopted.
-There is a renewal of the war between the
Kew Tork Central and Erie railroads. Through
rates to Chloago fro m New York are now said
to be scarcely high enough to pay for handling
the freight. Lood for shippers of freight,
temporarily, at least, but death to the railroads
-General Sherman writes a lotter to thc
""Boys in Blue" at Philadelphia. Ho does not
believe that an officer who is in the anny for
life, and ejtpects to serve under different ad?
ministrations, ought to toke an active part in
politics, but he begs that no one "will doubt
.his respect for and absolute confidence in Gen?
-Two brothers in Kentucky have lived in
two States and six counties, and yet neither
has moved out of the county in which he was
born. They lived in Kentucky when it was a
portion of Virginia, and in Ohio County when
part of the territory that composed Jefferson
and subsequently other counties, until nar?
rowed down to its present name and limits.
-Tho leading fearuro of the dry goods auc
tiop Bales in New York on Tuesday was a cata?
logue ci French and Saxon dress goods. The
attendance of buyers from the South and West
as well as others representing the near-by
trade, was quite numerous. Though the various
lines were sold through with some few dupli?
cates, prices were hardly up to tho6o realized
for the same kind of fabrics last week.
-Charles Lamb, in his pleasant essay on tho
South Sea House, anticipates thc Grecian bend
in the following description of "Thomas
Tame :" "He bad the air and stoop of a noble?
man. You would have taken him for one had
you met him in one of the passages leading to
Westminster Hall. By stoop I mean that gen?
tle bending of the bndy forward, which, in
great men, must be supposed to be the effect
of an habitual condescending attention to the
. applications of their inferiors."
-The United States tonded warehouses on
Water-street, Brooklyn, N. Y., with several ad?
joining buildings, were destroyed by Uro on
Wednesday last. As near as can be ascertain?
ed there was about $1,000,000 worth of stores
in bond belonging to various Now York and
. Brooklyn firma. The goods on storage con
. 8isted for the greater part in palm oil, mo?
lasses, gunny bags, gunny cloth, hideB, log?
wood and indigo.
-The members of the Orthodox, Eastern or
. Creek Church in California, who number about
one thousand, aro about to orect a church
building ii San Francisco. Considerable funds
have rem raised in the interior of the State,
lo which additions will be solicited in San
Francisco, and it is stated that the C;
Russia will also contribute sufficient io
construction of an edilice which will prc
ornamout to the city. A missionary has
sent by the Bishop o? Sitka to officiato.
-Gerrit Smith has just published a let
General Leo, pitching into Rosecrans (
count of his "servile, flattering, fr.lse sj
and into Lee, also, because he has not ct
ued his "dignified, beautiful and exemple
lenee in regard to thc political affairs c
country," when the fact ia, General Lee
what he did say, oat of courtesy as it wei
little of a pol'tical turn as possible. Lee
ply lo Rosecrans Mr. Smith also condem
proposing a virtual re-establishment of
cry; a queer construction, surely. He doo
think it is so bad, however, as General B
-Thc New York Commercial says a les
bank in that city employs a thief at a goot
arv. Some time ago a large sum of mone:
stolen from tho bank safe. All tho evid
showed thal tho theft must have boen i
mitted by some one in the Lank. Conscqi
ly detectives were employed, and all thc cl
from the casbier down are now under s
surveillance. They all know that one of i
number must be guilty; but who it is the g
one alone can tell. No clerk dare resign, fe
would at once bo suspected of the crime;
can tho real thief make usc of his booty,
causo any t .asual expenditure would di
suspicion toward him.
-The New YukTimts says: "Tho newsp:
attacks on tho 'Grecian Bond' are resul
just as we foretold when they were bei
That is to say, it is steadily though sic
spreading; and it is impossible to walk d
Broadway on a fine afternoon without sei
quite a number of elegant illustrations o
Even the urchins who stand on tho con
selling photographic and pictorial caricati
of it, aro of zio account. The ladies smil
the caricatures, and then determino to at!
the bend. We hopo the newspapers, phi
graphers, engravers and comic-song wril
will now see the piopriety of letting it ak
unless they desire it to become universal,
the way, some of these parties seem to bc u
ware of tba visible, palpable, tangible and
sential fact that the 'Grecian Bend* is a mal
ot dress, not of posture."
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 18C?
For Vvx-PrtsUent.FRANCIS P. BLAIR
A Glance over the Field.
About two weeks ago the New Yo
World, a leading organ of the Democral
party in the Northern States,,, explain
away all the apparent strength of the plai
in the Tammany platform denouncing tl
Reconstruction acts of Congress as "unco
stilutional, revolutionary and void," ai
said, emphatically and authoritatively, tb
the Democratic party never intended
overthrow, by force, the reconstructed go
ernmeuts of the South. This declaration
understood to have been made in the hoj
of regaining the vantage ground which ti
party had lost through the intemperal
words of some few distinguished but in
prudent Southern men.
If success be the true test of politici
merit, the retrograde movement of tb
World was a blunder. The uneasinet
which had been excited among that larg
class of Northern voters whom politician
had designated as "doubtful" had become t o
general and deep-seated to be quieted by th
ipsedizit of any journal, however influent ia'
Vermont and Maine gave no sign of th
great ground-swell against Radicalism whic
had been so confidently predicted. HM g
gerated reports and ingenious falsehood
regarding the temper and disposition of th
South were sown broadcast and began t
bear fruit. Perversions of the Democrat!
doctrine inclined the vast power of the cap
italist and bondholder to the support o
GRANT. And gradually the apprehensioi
gained strength at the North that the peac
and security of the country might really bi
imperilled by the success of the Democrats
It is useless to shut our eyes to sad bu
obvious facts. The seeming spread of th<
belief that the election of Mr. SETMOUI
would be the signal for financial convul
sion, and, perhaps, a " new rebellion," it
at the root of the evident exhilaration o'
the Republicon press and politicians during
the last few weeks, and of thc correspond?
ing depression in the Democratic ranks.
The rash utterances of a few prominent
Southern men have thus gone far toward:
effacing the impression produced by the
patient fortitude and brave endurance ol
eight millions of people.
As it is, the Democracy go into the pre?
liminary struggle of the October elections
shorn of much of the strength with which
they entered the Presidential canvass. The
indications now are that the "doubtful" vote
on which we had so largely counted will bc
divided, if not against us. We trust that,
even without this important element, we
yet may win the fight. A fortnight will
tell the tale.
At the first glance there seems to be but
little connection between dining and diplo?
macy, and yet the after-dinner utterances
of the members of the British Cabinet, as
well as of the leaders of the opposition, re?
ceive in England as much attention as is
paid by listening Europe to the oracular
words of the Emperor NAPOLEON at a mili?
tary review, or the reception of a deputa?
tion from the provinces. It is known, of
course, that no English minister, directly
responsible as he is to the people, can speak
as decidedly and dictatorially as the mon?
arch whose will is law; but the phrases of
the Premier sud his colleagues, and the ex?
pressions of the arch opponents of the gov?
ernment, are carefully weighed, and are ac?
cepted as an indication of what will be the
policy of their parties when they enter the
arena of the House. Public dinners, with
the customary political pronunciamentos,
take place every autumn, and always, what?
ever thc time of year, in the interval be?
tween the adjournment of Parliament and
a general election. They are always im?
portant events; but on account of tbe^bit
ternesB of the "battle-royal" between Mr.
DISRAELI, the Premier, and Mr. GLADSTONE,
the Liberal chief, they have been looked
for this staron with peculiar and serious
Singularly ecougb, however, Mr. DISRA?
ELI, SO far, has not opened his mouth.
While his lieutenants aro issuing addresses
and making speeches, he himself is silent.
Ordinarily he attends one of the Bucking?
hamshire agricultural dinners given in the
fal!, but this year he has refused all invita?
tions, and gives it to be understood that he
will make no speech anywhere at present.
Nor has ho written any letter of late to
"The Time9," or issued any address to his
This persistent and unusual reserve gives
color to a report which daily becomes more
current. It is said that the Tory Premier
meditates a movement which will turn the
dank of the enemy. Satisfied that the No
POPKRT cry.has entirely failed to rouse the
religious fanaticism of his party, he is
probably ready to abandon it and the Irish
Church Establishment as bc abandoned his
opposition to reform and the extension of
the suffrage. The Tory party have, it is
true, declared, in their election addresses,
that they will defend the church to the last
gasp. So were the Tory cabinets pledged
against reform; but Mr. DISRAELI threw
them over without a scruple, and by their
loss was saved. It cannot now be asserted
positively that their leader will make them
again undergo the same humiliation, but
Mr. DISRAELI i9 certainly considering
whether the new movement shall be made
or not, and now, as before, will refuse to be
governed by the simple rules which bind
Mr. DISRAELI won power and place after
long years of wailing. He will not.give up
his seat upon the ministerial bench while it
is possible to bc retained. The old custom
which requires the minister who is defeated
in the House of Commons, upon a question
suppoited by thc government, to resign nt
once, because he is constructively censured
by the people through the majority of their
representatives, has no terror for the present
Premier. Setting at naught ancient ideas
and venerable customs, Mr. DISRAELI is not
willing to relinquish his high omeo only
because he finds that his policy is opposed
to the wishes of the nation. On the con?
trary, he takes the ground that the Minister
who has been wroug may revise his policy,
place himself on the popular side, and jus?
tify his harlequinade by the announcement
that he is always ready to defer to the de?
mands of the godlike people.
This scheme has, at least, all the charm
of novelty. The public appetite was not
appeased by the changes uudergone by Mr.
DISRAELI during the debate on the Reform
bill. What is new and strange has Bot yet
lost its charm, and if Mr. DISRAELI will
swallow the leek and proclaim himself an
ardent reformer, he may make the victory
of the Liberal parly uncertain, and defer
for an indefinite time their return to politi?
cal power. Officially, Mr. DISRAELI has as
many lives as a cat. Drive him lo the wall,
and he will fight with desperate energy ;
and so great is his pluck nnd versatility
that he may gradually win over a number
of Liberal members sufficient to make his
position secure, even if he begins the new
session with a heavy adverse majority.
The Ever Faithful Isle.
The Northern papers are all agog about
what is to become of Cuba. One sensational
Radical paper says that the Cubans have
for masy mouths been organized for revolu?
tion, and that the Queen of the Antilles will
soon knock at the doors of the Union. The
truth is, that enough Spanish troops will
be kept in Cuba to make it secure against
insurrection or filibustering, and the reve?
nue derived from the island is so large that
Spain, whether as a monarchy or as a
republic, will be inclined to resist to the
last extremity either its independence or
its annexation to thc United States. This
country is not rich enough to go to war for
Cuba, and the Cubans, if they desire to be
absorbed, must wait until our own great
troubles are over. At the dato of our last
Havana advices the news favorable to the
Spanish revolution was suppressed, and
much dissatisfaction was reported to exist
among the Spanish navy officers.
Thc Georgetown Times,
Our contemporary, the Georgetown Timec,
charges THE NEWS with "plagiarism,"
in the publication of two articles which
op pear ed in these columns on (he 23d and
and 24th ultimo.
The articles of -vhich the Times speaks
were suggested by, and based upon, a
speech delivered by the Hon. B. H. WILSON,
at Georgetown, on the 12th ultimo, and
published in thc Georgetown Timc3. But
to the fftct9 contained in that speech, were
added statements and figures which, togeth?
er with the labor expended upon them, made
the articles iu our opinion substantially ori?
ginal We regret, however, that no mention
was made of the source whence wc derived
so much of our information, and now express
to the Times, as well as to Mr. WILSON, our
apologies for what eeems to have been re?
garded as a wilful infringement of the rules
of journalistic courtesy.
"VTOTICE.-MK. P. VOA SAMTEN WEGS
JJl to inform his parr, ns and the public at largo thut
he will remove ou or about tbo 10th instant from his
present uland lo his new und elogantslore, No. 229
KlNO-STREl'.T. two doors north of Mnrket-streot,
and open the mest handsome and attractive slock of
FANCY GOODS, Toys and Fireworks ever exhibited
lu Chai lesion. 3 October 5
PT. SCH LU; Y, Al. D., HOMOEOPATH.
. 1ST, bas removed hi* Ofn>e from No. 04
Wentwortb to No. U')7 KINO-STllEET.
September 23 fmwl3
EEMOVAL.-DK. KR A A CIS I* ?'AI?
KEK bas removed his Oilicc from No. 79
Droad-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREST, two doors
east ot the Fostoffice. Jtilv 21
FOK SALK LOW, A SMALL LOT OF
Prime Young U> LES, suitable for Drays.
Also, a few lino Harness and Saddle HORSES'.
Apply to K. ARNOLD,
No. 219 Meeting, corner John-sticet.
TWO LAKGE Xo. 1 FIXE MILES FOR
.?ALE. Inquire at No 02 STATE-STREET.
(1 Kt>CEKY. S l'ORE F O tl S A Lt E .
T 'I bat well-known GROCERY. STOKE at thc
northwest corner of lUdclilte-ttrcet and Jasper's
Court, lor farther Infornia'.ton inquire cu thc
premise-. 3* October 2
PLANTATION FOR SALE-POK -ALE.
a vulua le PLANTATION' iu Oraugeburjj Dis
tritt, tea miles ea"! of Branchville rout tining twen- |
ty-cigbt hundred acres, elga* hundred acres of ?rbi *i
are closed sud well fence i. There arc also upon thc j
place a good Dwelling House and thirty or forty
other houser. For further infor mation apply to R. i
A. COWMAN, Oraugeburtf C. H., or to UEtDER fr I
DAVIS, idc. r's North Wharf, Charles?on, s. C. j
September 21 uiwf ?
WANTEIL AN ENGINE, FROM 20 TO
30 horse-power, with or without a Saw Mill
aita- hod. Apply at No. 141 MEETING-sTREKT, up
stairs. 1* October S
WANTEO, BY A COLOKKD MAN, A
SI1?ATION as a Cook, or in any other capa?
city. Can give tho highest testimonials aa to capa?
bility and character. Apnly at THIS OFFICE.
October 5 _1
TIT ANTED, ONE THOUSAND COUDS
YY SEASONED YELLOW PINE WOOD, on a
gocd landina on the Ashley River.
JOHN H. MC RR AY,
Oc'ober 3 1* Market Wharf.
VTUKSB WANTED.-WAN'? ED, AN
i.1 experienced Colored Nurse. One without
family, who can romo well r.-conimended, will get
Rood wages and a good home. Apply at No. 103
TR A t 'D-sTREET. 2_October 5
1 AYANTED, ONE OK TWO ROOMS, IN
? I se-oud s'ory, situated in King-*treet, between
Market aud Sodomy streets. Apply at "COMMER?
CIAL SCHOOL," corner Broad an J Church streets.
October 3 _2*
TTRAXTED, IN A RESPECTABLE F.AMI
? V LY, by a gentleman and wife two (2) ROOMS,
with use of one Kitchen itoom (w thout borrd.) Ad?
di ess KEY BOX No. 73, Charkaton P. 0.
Octoter 3 2*
AGU.NTS W \ N'TED_A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOOK.-Agents wanted to sell thc
best Democratic Omipakii Bookin thcfi<i:d. Contains
biograt hies of SEYMOUR, BLAIB, and other leading
Democratic statesmen, as well a - a < ouipletc history
cfthejarty. i;lusiratedby poir-aits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Uauoock. and other.?, os
the most valuable political tc it-book published.
Address D. APPLEJON k CO., Publishers, New
Ycrk. Im September 20
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other cinploMUont that u one-artne.1 man can
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-sTREET. Applicant can
give good retereuees. September 22
\\J ANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
TT writes a plain and legible hand, a situation
wi ere he can earn a livelihood tor the support ot lils
fa i ily. /-ddrcss "Peaniau," oFF.iCE DAILY NE Wy
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
pormir-cnt tenant wishes to rent a small but
neat and pleas mtly Fituated DWELLING. Kent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, io , "A.
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS._September 18
TITA NT ED. OY A GENTLEMAN FKOM
TV the up-coun'ry, a situation as CLERK in
cithei a Wholesale or Retal) Grocery store; is ex?
perienced in the burine---, and c-n influence tran c.
Best of references given. Address CLEliK, through
Charlcstou Postofllce, toutn Carolina.
September ll _
CAMPAIGN GOODS,-Eiybt by ten Oval steel
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BUIR, with or
without traine1", sheets 25 cents each. Lifo of both
25 cci,ts. Photographs, Pius, Badges, Cturts.
fcc, one hundred por cent profit. Sum; le package?
by u.ail for one dollar. Address at tinco
GOODsPEED k CO.,
August lt 2mo* No. 37 Park Row, N. Y.
T.1MPI .4 > Y M K N'T OFFICE-SEK V A N TS
JGi cou bc obtained by applicatio to tho "UNION
H'ME,"irora9 til 111 o'clock daily.
Servants can al-o find places by application to the
samoplaic, at the same hours lmpiire for tho Ma?
tron, coroer Church and Chalmers ?ticet
YYJANTEO, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
VV TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER.
April 21 No. 1G1 King-street.
"?T.TANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
> V lo sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHts LINES. Write lor circulars to tuc
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 1G2 Broadway.
New Yow. (imo? April 20
"Tl r ANTED, EVER V ROD Y TO SUB
T V SCRIBE to the CIR'TLATING LIBRAItV.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of Now
Books contains all of thc latest publication?.
April 21 No. 101 KING-STREET.
TO KENT, THAT FIKST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS s i A VD, No. 290 King-street, a few doors
south of Wentworth-jtreet, now occupied by F. von
>anteu. September 29
TO RENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best stands in the city for a Grocery and Bar
Koora Apply to No. 217 EAsT BAY opposite New
Custom House. Sep.ember 13
TO KENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A HALF STORY HOUSE. No. 4 Mory
Htreet. Also, a HOUSE No. 2 Doughty street Ap?
ply lo W. BYRNE, northeast corner King and John
rpo RENT, A PART O K HOUSE No. 171
_L Coining-street. Inquire on premises.
TO KENT, FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing sight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on thc front beach sullivan's Island, back of J
Beauregard Batlerv. Applv at DAILY NEWS OF?
FICE. _ July 2
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAM O,
two adjoining TWO-MOBY HOUSES, situated
clo:io to Fort Beauregard, both having donblo
piazzas ticing north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, aud well adai ted lor private resi?
dences, hotels or bearding cstabliFhmouts. To be
rented singly or together; tue Furniture takon by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, applv ot
the OFFICE OK THE DA1L1 NEWS.
pst un?t lont?.
IOST, A SET OF 'GOLD SHIRT BCT
' TONS, with the initials J. J. engraved on them.
Tho finder will receive a mutable reword bv leaving
them at this Oflicc, or No. ?S8 KL' G-aTREET.
October 5 2*
STRA 1 ED OK STOLEN, A BRINDLE
COW, without horns. 'J bo Auder will be libe?
rally rewarded by leaving the 3iino at No. 176 COM?
ING-STREET, near Cannon,
t c'ober 5 2
FOl'ND, GOING ASTRAY, A BLACK
NEWFOU.M 'LAND DOG, with leather collar
tiuddty badge on. Hie owner can hsvc thc 3arnc
by applying at THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
OFFIvE. Septcnib-r 23
pissolutiou of ?opar?ncrarjip.
DISSOLUTION CF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing ba
twa u ilic subscribers, under thc style of PtRKY
CLEAR ft HALSEY, is this day dissolved by mutual
couaent. 'The affilia of the late firth will be fettled
by EL. HAL? EY, who will contiuue tho bu-itics
at the old stand, at Wharf, weitend Montjguc-.stre-et.
JAMES S. PEHKYCLEAR.
E. L. HALSEY.
Charleston, S. C., September JO, lSeU.
Ociober 2 0
THE SUBSCRIBER, OF lut. LATE FIRM OF
PEKUYCLEAK & HALSEY, continu ja the LL'MBEll
AND TIMBER COMMISSION B'JSLTiESS on bis
own account, at the vent end of Montague-street.
JAMES S. PEBUYCLEAB.
DISSOLUTION*.-THE FIRM OF DUI*.
BAUM i MENKE, Merchant Tailors, is this
day dissolved by muru il conneut. Either party ia
antin r.zed to ?iga lu liquidation.
J. C. DORLAl'M.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS THANKFUL TO HIS
friends und former cu'-tonie-r-? tor their generous
patronage, and takes pleasure in intormiug then'
that he has firmed 3 Copartnership with air. D.
MULl.KR, aud has just rcturuoJ from New York
with o lull assortment of CLOTHING, CLOTH-.
CASSlMERES aud GENT LEVIEN'a FURNISHING
GOODS gcncrol'v, whirh will be op ned tu a few
.ny-, at No. 325 KiNg. i pposite Society-sir. et.
October 2_3_A. ll ENE K
DISSOLUTION OF COPAUTNERSH1P.
The uuderslj;: ed haviui? this day, by mu ual
cousent, dissolved their coportuerahip in the Les
ta ur..ut bueiuess, the same will i e conducted here
alrer, as usual, by the remaining partuer Mr. A. D.
LORENZ, at the two woil known stands. No. 199
Meeting and No. 125 East Bay streets.
All debts dun ihn lute tirm it H.H. BADENH'ip I
?: CO., as W.-I1 as accounts contra, will be bunded
to Mr. LORENZ, who will settle thc same, and re?
ceive .ii-ynienls. U7.ll BxDENHOF.
A. D. LORENZ.
Charleston, S. C., Sept inber 30, 1808.
THE SUBsCRIllhR. THANKITL FOP. THE
generous patronage extended t.> the House of B\
DENLOI' k CO., for several years past, mo-t cor?
dially recommends his late partner, Mr. LORENZ,
as h s >ucc ssor io their ?rood -viii. Mr. LORENZ
will carry on tuc RESTAURANT LT-ISESS nt each
ol the two v.cH-known places. Meeting-street aud
East Bay. H. II. BADENliOP.
HAYING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR.
BADENHI I" in thc RESTAURANT AND LIQUOR
BUSINESS, the same will becoaducto.l i.s heretofore
by the subscriber. A. D. LO it I-NZ.
Oe ober2 No. 133 Meeting stieet.
-yj i s s P E G" it A M ' s
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOE YOL'NG LADIES.
Nos. 100 A>'U 1?S LINDEN BOW, FI>..\NKLIX-ST::EET.
THE DUTIES OF TIT TS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
S''MED on thc tn' da* nf Oc'oWr next.
Circulars can be had o': G FORGE L. BIDGOOD,
B< iksellers, of STEVENS, PEGU A Al ,v CO., or of
il isa PEGRAM,
B.^xNo. 120, Richmond, Yir-ri^ia.
ANNUAL MEETING UP SI'BS LUI BE KS.
S. C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
CHARLESTON, October 2,1808. ]
IN CONFORMITY WITH ARTICLE SECOND.
Section second of the Constitution, tho Annual
Meet in;: of the subscribers of the above Company
will bo beld This \iionday) Evening 5th instant, nt
at Arnold's Hall, Meeting-street, one door above
John, ac half-past Seven o'clock.
A general and punctual attendance is earnestly re?
quested by the Board of Directory as matters of the
utmost importance will bo submitted for their con?
sideration. F. M. BURDELL.
October 5 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A. P. M.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION
of this Lodge will bo bel i at Masonic Hall, This
(Vlondiy) Eremr.g, the 5th last, at .-even o'clock.
Members and Candidates wi il govern themselves ac?
By order W. M. H. J. MCCORMACK,
Octobi r 5 1 secretary.
HOOK AND LAUDER COMPANY No. 1.
MEMBERS AUK REQUESTED TO ATTEND
regular Monthly Meeting This Evening, at
Ligtit o'clock. -A. B. JARVI>,
JET ?A STEAM PIKE EXG1NK COMPANY.
AN rx TR A MEETING OF YOUR CMPANY
will be held Th s Evening, at the Engine House,
at Eight o'clock.
Ry order. F. C. LYNCH,
October 5 1 Sectary.
PALMETTO STEAM PIKE ENGINE
COM PAN?. .
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET?
ING of your Company, at your Hali. 7 ii
(Monday) Evening, the 5th iostant, at Seven o'clock.
By order ot tho President.
October 5 7 Secretory,
IRISH CENTRAL JJEMUCR ?TIC CLUB.
AMONTHLY MEETING O?? l'H E ABOVE
Club will bo held This ['vening, at Eight
o'clock, at Hibernian HalL By order of
October 5 F. C. CONIFFE, Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD Ko. G.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Working Coinmitteo Will be held This (Monday;
Evening, at Seven o'clock, at the Hall ot tue Wash?
ington Fire Engine Company.
l'y order. JN'O. G?NZ vLEZ,
Ociobcr 5 Secretary.
DKMOCRATIC NOMINATING CONVKN
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
THE HON. A. P. ALDRICB HAV?NG DECLINED
the nomination for Congress, another Repre?
sentative of thc Party must be selected. Atthcic
qucst, and by the authority of tho Stato Central Ex?
ecutive Committee of tho Democratic Party, the Del?
egates to the Nominating Convention of the Second
Congressional District arc therefore respectfully re?
quested to reassemble at thc Hibernian Hall, in
Charleston, on Thursday, the 15th instant, at Sevcu
o'clock, P. M., to AU the vacancy.
JOHN A. WAGENEII, President.
II. C. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
October 3 _ 10
AMASS MEETING OF THE DEMOCBAOY OF
Colleton Diairict will bc bold at Wnltcrboro'
ou Wednesday, October 14th. A BA RB!'CUE will be
8?V0U. HAMP!ON, ALDRICH, CAMPBELL, aud
otber distinguished patriots, will aadrcss thc
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
C. G. HENDERSON. I R. IL JENKINS.
W. C. P. BI LLINGER. | T. E. BOYNTON.
F. G. DEB HE. W. C. GRIFFITH.
JAMES C. DEVEAFX. | R. H. APPLEUY.
October 3 ?
ff!H. FXEliCISKS Olf TIIK MISS KS
JL M*RSH \LL'S School will be rosumed ou Mon?
day. Oetobf r 5. at tho residence of their father. Re v.
A. W. MARSHALL, cor-ii-r Meeting and ?cid sta.
Instruction in Music and French it desired,
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-THE EXERCISES
of thc PUBLIC SCHOOL* of this eily will be
resumed on Mondny, the Eth October.
Admissions to vacancio? will be mido-at tin re?
spectivo Schools every Monda v rooming, between
thc hours ot 9 and 10 o'clock, ou and utter the 12th
Dy order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKF,
Secretary Coin missioners Free Schools.
September 23 10
MRS. HtlPSON PIN CK.'* EY WILL UK
SUME'lue Exercises of her SCHCOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES ou Monday, October 5, ai No 53
HASEL-S'l BK ET.
Instruction givuu in Ibo French and Gcraiau Lau
guages by ibo beat Professors.
September 21 imo
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES.-M s. R. F. W. ALLSTON
will reopeu her BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, No. :<7 MEETING-VT RE ET, Charles?
ton, on the loth dey ot October next. She would
respectfully announce to her patrouo. that shu is pre?
pared to give every attention to her scholars.
She would take this occasion to thank bor i fiends
for tueir kindness and pat-onage bitheito extended,
and to solicit thc continuance of the same.
September 17 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 33 WENTWOR I'H-SIREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHUltCU.
TUE HOURS FOR l'HE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, HEADING, GT* RM AN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR uro from <t to U o'clock P. ?VI.
'terms-$2 per month in ld rance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December2 C. H. BERGMANN.
A ROHNA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
MESDAMES A. GIRARD AND S. L. DOWELL,
Charleston, S. C.
THE EXERCISE:" OF THU FCHOOL WILL BE
rosumed iD. V.) on Thursday, October 1st, the lusher
English and Mathematical departments being iu
charge of Mr. G. W. ALEXANDER.
For information in reference to i educed termp,
?c., apply lor circulars at the School for the presen?,
No. ll Corni ig-slroet.
M?dame (r LR ARD ls prepared to give priva?e les?
tons ia French and German, in the afte'ruoons, at
her residence, No. ll Coming-street.
September 14 sept 14, 21, 24, 23, oct 1, 5, 12
I> IC II MOND FEMALE INSTITUTE
X 'ihc next Ses?-iou bovins October 1st. undermost
ti vcrcb le auspice'.
Atleutiou i- culled to tho superior Educa'ional and
Boarding advantages now offered by the. Institute.
Tor catalogues, or any special iuionnatiou, address
or apply to
CHARLES H. WINSTON. KT. A.,
September 13 lino President.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES,
CHARLESTON. S. C., October 3, 1S08.-Re?
covered and brought to this Office, ono Bia. k Broad?
cloth SACK COAT. The owner eau have i he same
by calling at this Office, proving properly mid plying
expenses. IL W. HENDRICKS,
1M Lieut, and Cuief of Detectives.
October 5 3
-VTOIICE TO AUCTIONEERS.- CITY
l>i 'JREASURY, 1st October, i?'?.-All Licenses
terminate on 30th September of e;?chycar. Renew?
als endorsed on the Liceusc Certificate on payment
ol F.ve Dollars, on application during tho present
ino::th ot this ellice. S. THOMAS,
i;ctober 1 I ity Treasurer.
?T?C? T?? PILOTS^TTY TKK?^
s?KY, 1st Octoocr. 18C8 -All Li e uses, that
have expired eau l o renewed on the recommenda?
tion ol the Chairman of thc Boat lol' Commissioners
directed tn thc Mayor, on applicution ; t this office
this month. S. THOMAS,
''ctoberl City Treasurer.
QITY TAXiiS-MONTHLY RETURNS-.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSES-OR. \
CITY HALL, October 1 18(>8. |
Notice ia hereby given to all concern'd, that the
monthly Returns forthem- nth of September past. In
con.pliance wish the Tax Ordluonc . latiflcd on foe
?Mil el January, 18G8, must be made on or before the
1. h inslaut.
TAXES ON TOE FOLLOWING ARE PAVAT LE MONTHLY.
Ou all sales of Goods, Wares and Merchandise, ia
I c'uding Rice, Lumber. Hay, Grain and Naval stores,
and sale? by Bakers, Butchers ard HucKs:ers.
On all gross receipts ol'uti S':ect Railroads.
On a l gross receipt* of all Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
Ou all Carriages and Buffglcs,
Ou all income derived nom thc pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
Ou thu gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, lianker.s, Broxers, and others.
Ou all prem'uras received tor or by any Insurance
Com; any, or by ugeucies lor individuals or com pa?
Ou all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule u-id or I; -pt within the
city, excepting boises or mules used in any public
licensed carriage, ear:, dray, or other vehicle.
Ou all Ile ail Dealer? iu all unices whatsoever.
Ou a 1 Barber shops.
On all groa> r- ceipla of Hotels and Publie Eating
an ] Boarding Houses.
Ou ail receipts ol Livery stable Keepers.
(Ju the gross receipts ol' Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts ol' all Printing Office?, News
pap rs ami Publishing Houses.
On all Goods sold ij the city by persons not resi?
dent, by sa i plc or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules brought to ?be
Ou sales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
On the gross icceiptsof Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On thc gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All the defaulters will be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs: W. N. HUGHES.
October 1 15 City Assessor.
Mires in Bankruptci).
B?T THET DiP^tlCT C?l?UT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOB TSE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH O A R OLIN A.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-IN THE
MATTER OF J. 8. THOMPSON, BA NKROPT-PE?
TITION FOB FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
Ordored, that a hearing bc had on thc sixth day of
November nrxt.H 12 o'clock M., at thc Federal Court?
house, in Charleston, S. C. ?nd that all CrerUtora, 4c,
of said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and
show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of
thc petitioner should not be granted, and that th?i
secoud meeting ol' Creditors of said Bankrupt be
held at tue office of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Reg?
istrar, at Charleston, S. C.. on the fifth day of No?
vember, 18?8, at 12 o'clock ll.
By order of the court, this 1st day of October,
A. D 1868. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of District Court of United--tates,
For South Carolina.
A5T Camden Journal publish once s week for two
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN UANKRUPICY- IN THE
MATTER OF J. ROSS DYE, BANKRUPT-PETI?
TION FOB FULL AND FINAL Disc H ?RC, E.-Or?
dered, that a heariu; be had on the sevnth day of I
November next, at 12 o'clock M., at the Federal Court?
house, Charleston, S. C., and that Ul creditors, fee.,
of said Baukrupt appear nt said time ar d ..itace, and
show causo, if any they can, why the praC >r of the
petitioner should not bc grautcd; and that u second
meeting of the creditors of tho said Bankrupt be held
at the office of R. B. CARPhNTER, Esq., registrar,
Charleston, S. C., on the sixth day of November, 18C8,
at 12 o'clock, M.
By order of the Court, this 1st day of October, A.D.
1868. DANIEL HORLKECK,
Clerk of District Court ot United -tates,
For South Car olma.
Axt* Camden Journal publish once a week for two
weeks. _ni2_October 5
?.N THE DISTKICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-TV THE HATTER OF BEN?
JAMIN F. PKEPLES, B "iNKRDPT.-PE tllTOti
FOB FULL AND FrNAL DISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Ordered, that a hearing be had on the
twenty-fourth day nf October, A. D. 18G8, at 12 o'clock
M., at tho Federal Courthouse in Charl.-ston. S. C.,
and that all creditors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear
and show cause, ii any they have, why the prayer of
tho petitioner shoulo not bo grontc". It is further
ordered, that the petition be referred to R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Registrar in /.'onkruptcy, to inquire into
tho fai ts I et forth in the petition, to make final ex?
amination of the Bankrupt, and report to this Court
on tho twenty-third day nf October, 1868.
By order of the Court, this 3d day of October, A.
D. 1SGS. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of thc U. S. District Court,
For the District ol' South Carolina.
Cct' ber 5 mo
J- I R E AND M ? R l?? E
Bisks against loss or damage by fire taken cn
BUILDINGS, COTTON, PRODUCE, FURNITURE,
GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, fee., ic.
Foreign and COMtwita Marine R'?ks taken at roa
sonablo rates in thc following Cjinpaoics:
ORIENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of
UNITED STATES LLOYDS, of New York.
HUGER & R AVENEL, Agents.
No. 41 East Bay, Corner of Exchange-street
October 3 ml6
QAPITAL 8H?,000,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS A GAINST LOSS OR DA MA GE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
P li OH PT P A Y M E N TS MADE
IN CURRENCY, OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES ft CO., Asente,
No. 10 ADGER'S -OCTH WHARF.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
4 DVANCES MADE OX CONSIGNMENTS TO
J\_ New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LtSESNE fe WELLS, No. 10 Br.ad-street.
October 2 Imo
EXCHANGE ON NEW YU UK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS fe CO.
September 8 DAG Imo
Tj?RBA? M & JURS.
THE UNDERSIGNED MEG LEAVE TO INF. 'RM
their former patrons and friends that they have
formed a copartnership under the above stylo, for
the purpose ot currying on thc TAILORING BU.-I
NESS in al) its brunches.
.Mr. JURS bavins just returned with a large and
well selected Stock of CLOTHS, CASSIM?RES, kc ,
kc. wbicu will be offered ot their, itore, No. 163
KINGSTREET, two doors routh of Clifford, west
J. C. DORBAUM.J. W. J UR-1.
(Late of Dorbauin k Menke,1.
October 3 2
C A R D
lhe undersigned, having soldais entire ?nteres:
iu the Hotel known os thc
in Columbia, S. C., would lake great pleasure in re?
commending his irionds to continue their patronage
to tho new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT hos hal charge of the L itel for
ina fur a year past, ond will continuo to lu "c (ho
entire niai.age.mout of the Hotel under the i ow ar?
I feel assured thal the hausc will maiut;.in its for
mer reputation as a first-class Hotel.
T. S. NICKERSON.
CoLUimiA, S. C., Scptoiubur 1, 1863.
September 24 _thm2rxo3
SPOTTSWOOD HOTE L,
MILLVYARD BROTHERS, PROPBIK"ms,
ADAME O 1 D 1 E lt E ,
CORKER OF Cli'URCfl AND QUEEN STREETS.
C0A!!LE?>rON. S. C.
Transient Beard S3 M per Oay.
April 1 j_
(~\ ILMOR HOUSE,
BAL TIMORE, MAR YLA ND,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
"Vf E W YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YOKE CITY.
O. M. H1LDUETI1 ? CO., Proprietor*.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
BOTEL, as popularly kuowu in t'.rmor tinier
tuilier the monajro?^.eut o: J. If. MONNOT, Esq.. and
more recently nude.' Dut of HIRAM CRANSTON fe
C is now undex the proprie torship >f Messrs. D.
M HILDRETH .v. T. B. ROCKWAY, unor the firm ol
D. 3L HtLDRKTH & CO.
The scuior partner from bis ?ont: experience a? a
pioprietor of thii Veranda. St. Louts and St. Chirle?
Hotels of New Orleans. Hatters binase'.!' that Le eau
assure his friends and ihe public generally, H'at its
tonner world-wide reputation aa a popular lirst-clais
Hotel, s'uall bc fully sustained under ils present
niauat'Cmeuf. lyr* Ff'-ruary U
MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS SUF
FEKING from 1 iseases pertainiug to the
UENIIO URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest
scientific treatment, bv placing themselves under
the eire of Dr. T. REEN IsJERNA. Office No. 74
BASEL-SI REET, three doors ea;t from the Post
?Sromifs dnfr iHisfel?aneocs.
GOSHEN B?JTTEB, CHEESE,
&c, RECEIVED PER STEAMER
FIRKINS CHOICE GOSH 8 N BUTTF.R
Imitation English. Mild Factory, Pineapple and
Toun? America Cheese
Dutch and Pap !-ago Cheeso
Kita and hah kita Extra No. 1 Mackerel and Salmon
Extra Breakfa-t Bacon, Pig Hams and .-boulders
smoked Beef, Smoked Tongues, fielded Tongued
and Pickled Beef.
For sale by GEO. H. GBUBER,
No. '?6 King-stteet,
Xnird door atove Market-street
October 5 j
APPLES! APPLES !
st* BARRELS APPIES, JTST RECEIVED AND
tjtj for sa'? cheap at $5 per obi., i y
MRS. C. D. KENDRICK.
No. 83 Market-street, sou h side.
October 5 1
C)Q BARBELS FINE APPLE', JUST LANDED
?JO fioai steimer James Adger, and for sale low
by JOHN F. O'NEILL & SON.
No. 107 East Bay.
.JO boxes LEMONS.
October 3 2
BAGGING AND HOPE.
KA BALES S. L BAGGING
fj\f 60 coils Rope.
For sale low by WV. 6 JRNEY,
Octobei 5 mwfj No. 102 East Bay.
PIG HAMS Aril) SHOULDERS.
CHOICE SUGAR CURED PIG HAMS AND
SHOULDERS, unbagged, just received and
for sa'e at
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. October 3
1 ? ) fi BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
1UU weight and width.
For rale by GEO. A. TREN HOLM & SON.
October 3 8tuthl5
KSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch of the Havana Segar Factory, "Lu
Valentina," would rospccifully invite tb? attention
of dealers and smokers to bis very largo stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA BS, ol ol' grades
and sizes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to bc as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or 30 days' city accep?
Ko. IIS EAST B \Y-STKEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwfBmo
REMOVAL OF THE CO-OPEliA
TIVE GROCERY STOKE.
THIS STORE HAVING BREN RE.MOVED TO
the Southwest Corr er ot MARKET AND MEET?
ING STREETS, and large additions bavins been
made to the Stock, Stockholders and tho public gene?
rally are respectfully invited to call and examine the
same, which will be found to embrace a large and
varied assortment of GROCERIES of all descriptions,
and to bc sold at the lowest cash prices.
?S?Goods delivered FBEK OF CH\EGE to rail?
road depots, wharves4md all parts ot thc city.
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE.
Southwest Cor :erof Marketand Meeiing-streets.
October 3 _
SEVEN (7) TIERCES CHOICE SUGAR CURED
75 bbLs. rnOICE APPLES, at low pricos and in
lota to salt purchasers.
GEO. w. WILLIAMS k CO.
October 1 thstu3 Fac'ors.
WESTERN BULK BACON.
HUDS. CLEAR RIB SIDES, DRY SALTED
?? \j 5 hhds. Clear Sidos, smoked
10 h .ids. Shoulders, vnioked.
Just received, and for salo by
October 1 East Bay.
SEED WHEAT, SEIOD RYE, SEED
BATLEY, SEED OATS,
E-PEOIALLY SELECTED FOR THE SOIL, FOR
sale oy JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market itreet, opposite Strf?>.
September 14 ma
COAL ! COAL M
JOHN S . IIOItliBECE,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the pubbc that he Los commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3nio
H. & H. W. CATHE ii WOOD'S
EXTRA PINE, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our lormer numerous customers at the
south, wo have appointed Messrs. H. GERD I'S k
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, ore
enabled to supply the trade at prices which will en?
H. * H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. ?i H. IV. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
?rr\ BBLS. OF THE ABOV'7. FAVORITE WRTS
D\J KEYS, conniving of X. XX XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRAND?, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDT- & CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
1 f\r\ ROLLS OF SUPERIOR QUALIIY, PRICE
J_\J VJ '-'4 cents cash per yard.
Aprly at MEELUG.STREET ICE HOUSE.
Scptemcer 10 _Imo
SOUTHWEST CORNEK MEETING AND
\N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ot thc NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, und also tho"luxuries-WINES LIQUORS,
etc.-will at ail times be found at thc above Store
'"?abhsbed under tho au?pi- 03 of tba "..'vLMETl'Q
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE AiSOCIATiON," and
which ?Ul contiuue and extend tho advautages it
nlreadv offers to the public. Fees i a-rivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every faciii
ty afforded patrous. . ....
Tuc "object" ot the Association is, as set forth tr.
its charter, "To furrish members ?nj the pubL.
?Ith tile necessaries <>f life of good quality, unadulte?
rated and at lowest market rates, aud trom the
profit's o:' such sales to accumulate capital for its
member;." . , _ ,
Copies of tac Constitution and By-La*3can be
i'ouud at the store of the Association, and a;l in
iiuines Mourding the practical working of the outer
?rise WiUbe most cheerfully an I promptly satis?eJ.
W. H. WHLCH, Su.icriutendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
EETING-STREET PO UN OK Y.
THI3 ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
Mc CARTU Y COTTOX GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MIL.L3, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, Of all sizc3
HORSE POWERS AND GLN GEARING, from G to
ir, feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESS?S for Hm!
power, Saw and Rice MiUs
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOtSE FRONTS AND CASTING3 FOR BUILD?
CISTERX COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, rfc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
31A CH IN IS T A ND F 0 (INDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 ?wa