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-Gold dosed firm in New York, yep^rduj
-Cotton was active and half a cent better
sales 2300 bales at 27jo.
-In Liverpool, yesterday, cotton waa buoy?
ant, with uplands at lld; Bales 20,000.
-A Savoyard schoolmaster is so horrifiei
ti bearing the name of Bochefort that be
applied for permission to change it.
-A Radical paper in St. Louis announce!
that in one county of Arkansas the Democrat!
murder sixteen truly loyal men every day.
-Secret marriages are so common in
Ohio town that the young women can't
beaux I Every man is afraid of courting somt
- other man's wife.
-John Middleton, of San Franciico, Cal
lately gave Dr. Lewis J. Jordan his note
$10.000 in gold in consideration of curing
. son of the lockjaw. It turned out that this
boy didn't have the loci jaw, and Mr. Middle
ton is now in the courts to avoid payment.
-Some years ago a Connecticut man made
over all his property to his wife for prudential
reasons. Very imprudently, however, he gave
her cause for jealousy, and she refused to
store it. Now she bas died, leaving a viii
which allows him only the income, and even
that to be lost if he marries again.
-At a recent election in Prague, a speaker,
in proposing tho candidate for the Bohemian
central committee, concluded as follows
"Now, every one of you take a ballot and
- shilling. Those who are in favor of B. will pot
.their ballots in the box; those who are op?
posed will putin the shilling.'' Result : Unan
imous election of B.
-At a recent tableaux party on the Hudson
. -the scoue of Blubeard's dead room was shown
-six pretty beads all bloody, suspended
along the wall, the bodies, of course, being be?
hind the canvas. As the curtain descended,
one of the heads was observed to smile. It
was afterwards ascertained that some one had
stolen behind the scenes and kissed the hand
-of one of the wives.
-Realism bas reached its climax in Aus
traba, where a theatrical manager thought to
produce a floe effect by introducing genuine
cannibals on the stage. In the progress of tbe
play the hero was delivered bound into their
hands, when, instead of going through the
motions, the "hrst native" took a good mozth
t ni ou. of the captain's leg. The hero howled
and the curtain fed.
-San Francisco expected when the Parepa
Bosa troupe announced the "Creation" that it
was to be given in strict biblical costume. The
i ndelicaoy of Partpa appearing as "Eve" so
shocked one honest citizen there that he wrote
to his newspaper to inquire if it would be
proper, under the circumstances, to take bis
-f ami ly. The reply was, that as "Adam" would
wear a dress coat and "Eve" hoops and a train
there could n't, perhaps, be much harm in in"
-dnlgiDg the ladies.
-An advertiser in an English paper offers
. the following to clergymen : 1, a good, Bound
? discourse, safe and moderate, Ss. Od.; 2, high
and dry, 6s. Od.; S, high, 7s. 3d.; 4, extreme
-ditto,'with Roman bouquet, 8s. Od.; 5, gushing
?ditto, very delicate, suitable for ladies, 8s. 6dL
?6, full-bodied after dinner sermon, an excel
1 ont digestive, 6s. 0<L; 7, deep, thoughtful ser?
mon, with broad church flavor, 6s. 6d.;8, ditto,
very broad, 7s. Od.; 9, old fashioned evangeli
-cai, suitable for family reading, 4s. 9d.
-The Journal du Paris asserts, as of its own
knowledge, that the Austrian Government re?
cently informed its ag en ts abroad that in case
of ? war between France and Germany, Prus
?sia must not at all count upon an Austrian alli?
ance. The Empire having above all things
need of peace, a war breaking out on the fron?
tiers would be, of itself, a most serious calam?
ity, in so far as it would tend to retard the
work of the reconstruction of the monarchy,
-and Austrian diplomacy would do its utmost
to avoid the dangers of such a conflagration.
It is added that Prince Metternich either has
renewed or will renew to the Emperor Napo?
leon pacific declarations in the above sense.
-A new experiment in ship building is thus
?described in the Boston Journal: "We learn tuat
the Atlantic Works, at East Boston, have just
c occluded a contract to build an iron brig of
?hont three hundred and fifty tons, for the pur?
pose of carrying molasses from the West In?
dies. She is to be built in compartments, so
as to bring the molasses in bulk instead of
hogsheads, as is now the custom, and will
have a carrying capacity of eight hundred hogs?
heads. It is estimated that this method will
make a very large saving in the transportation
of this article, and if it proves successful will
.be gcaorally' introduced. The brig will be
completed about the first of January."
-In the New York Episcopal Convention on
Friday, a resolution directing the treasurers of
the funds reporting to the convention to place
the money at interest in a trusty bank was
-adopted. The question of a Federate Council
was then discussed. The committee submitted
a plan, one section of which gives lull power to
such council or eyno?ical union in all matters
.pertaining to tho common interests of tho pro?
posed dioces?s in the State, and to enact all
laws necessary thereto. This section elicited
considerable debate, and it was stricken out.
The plan was then agreed to, and it was resolv?
ed to present it to the next General Conven?
tion. The convention then adjourned.
-Governor Vance, of North Carolina, in a
recent speech, among other good thiugs, got
off the following : "Just go for Grant and
lo 1-you aro loyal. I could make a loyal man
?ont of myself in a few seconds, by simply tel?
egraphing that I would support tho Grant and
Colfax ticket. My sins would bo forgiven, and
they would tell me to 'depart in peace,'liko a
buncombe magistrate of my town tho other
day. A couplo presented themselves before
him to be married. He was a pompous sert of j
ignoramus and was smartly bothered 'bow to
do it,' as a crowd of town boys had collected to
see the fun. After he had battle-Whanged
them through and tied them as man and ?lie,
-there was a kind of pause. Toe couplo didn't
'aow 'it was all over.' So, straightening him
self up, one arm a kimbo, 'My friends,'
he, 'depart ia peace and sin no more.' "
-Railways, as they are at present const)
ed, aro a luxury only attainable by the ov
of a great deal of money; consequently
are built only in such favored localitici
promise a large traffic and corresponding
fits. Yet the needs of modern civ?ization
maud tho increased facilities of transporta
which iron rails afford, no less in thinly
tied agricultural districts than in those w
the population and production are aln
great. In many such regions, if a rail
could only be built and maintained a fow yt
it would, as experience proves, so dovelopc
capabilities of thc country as to pay handsc
ly in tho end. The thing desired, therefor
some method of building railways on a ct
temporary plan, to act as feedere to ti
lines, and as pioneers of more complete and i
stantial structures. This purpose Mr. Bric
Adams, the eminent English cugineer, th:
may be best accomplished by simply
ing down bands of iron on ordinary ro
and running locomotives and trains upon tl
at a speed of from ?ve to thirty miles an bi
As he says, in a letter to the Louden Tin
"The practical fact is, that properly constr
ed engines and c.?rriase3 can run upon
sharp curves and up as steep gradients
horses can, and with a power of carrying lc
that no horses could ever accomplish, a
therefore, every common road in England
the capacity for becomiug a railway, with
inns, stations, towns, villages, farms,
wator supply already provided. These ci
mon roads intersect tbe railways and form
preaches in every direction with very li
outlay. The rails can be laid flat with
surface, and permit the traffic of ord:
horse vehicles so long as horse vehicles c
tinue to be used." The cost of laying tb
flat rails as proposed ho estimates at one th
sand five hundred pounds per milo, and s
the enterprise can DO made to pay on recei
of three pounds per mile per week. His ari
ments in favor of the system do not apply vs
as much force to this country as to Engla
since in most places we can build a regv
railroad aim O? t as cheaply as we could
down the rails be speaks of; but still, what
says is worthy of consideration by those w
livo in the neighborhood of great cities.
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1868
For President.HORATIO SEYMOU]
For vice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR
Thc Two Races at the South.
CARLYLE long ago called attention to tl
fact that horses and cattle were well fed ai
well protected in England, because thi
had owners who were interested in the
welfare, while there were many poor pe
pie who could neither take care of thei
selves nor find any one else to provide fi
their wants. This state of things will prol
ably continue to be a fact in political ecol
omy as long as the wof-ld lasts; but the ri
mark has, perhaps, never before been capt
ble of so extended an application as und?
the present circumstances of tho Soutl
Since CARLYLE wrote, a state of affairs ha
been inaugurated among us which oa
aardly be illustrated even by reversing th
:erms of his proposition and imagining a
the domestic animals accustomed to the prc
teotion of man suddenly deprived of hi
care and turned out to ahitt for themselvef
in a land rapidly failing in the commonef
facilities of subsistence. The oondition c
the colored population of the Souther;
States is, indeed, becoming every day mor
alarming. Unaccustomed, and from thei
bai/is and nature almost unable, to tak
thought for the morrow, the former slave
sf the South are fast sinking into a state o
want and destitution which is really appal
ling. Their former masters, tbemsclve,
impoverished by the disasters of a war
whose result has been to force upon a mul
.itude of almost irresponsible beings thi
responsibilities of freedom, are unable ti
iBBist them in their altered relations; anc
Lhe problem of separate and independen
sxistence-a problem with which they ari
itterly unable to deal-is forcing itsel:
avery day more and more upon this unfor
It seems unaccountable that, in view o:
these faots, the conviction is not more wide?
spread among the negroes that their true
interests are identical with those of theil
former owners. That an antagonism oi
races must inevitably result in their ruin,
is a truth so manifest as to need no demon?
stration. Some of them do perceive this;
but in view of the widespread blindness ol
the race as a class, it is to be feared that
ike NOAH, DANIEL and JOB of old, they
(rill deliver but their own selves by theil
The Panama Ship CauaL
A recent interview between General
ACOSTA, tho Minister of the Republic of
Colombia at Washington, and President
JOHNSON, has revived public interest in a
project, the importance of which, in its re?
sulta to the commerce of the world, can
hardly be overrated. On that occasion, the
President is reported to have said, in refer?
ring to the inadequacy of the railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama for the wants
of commerce, that, if encouraged to do so,
citizens of the United States would, within
two years, construct and complete the long
desired ship canal across that isthmus-a
communication, the President added, not
less needed by Japan, China, India and the
whole East than by the Western nations.
The liberal spirit which has always mark?
ed the policy of the government ol' Colombia,
in the matter of inter-oceanic intercourse
across the isthmus, gives good ground for
the hope that the enterprise suggested by
President JOHNSON will meet with all proper
encouragement in that quarter. The in?
vestigations which have been made at dif?
ferent times on thc isthmus below Panama
have all resulted in the general conviction
that an inter-oceanic canal is practicable at
several points, the sole question being that
of cost. The idea of such au enterprise
has been mooted for more than three hun?
dred years. Thc route was examined by
two Flemish engineers under the orders of
PHILIP ll, and in 1823, a new line for a
canal fourteen leagues in length, between
Panama and Portobello, was explored by
LOPEZ, a native of New Granada. In 1827,
a formal exploration was made by several
engineers under the orders of General
BOLIVAR. In 1843, the French Government
sent out engineers to make examinations,
who also reported favorably. In its widest
part the distance from sea to sea is about
114 miles; in the narrowest, following the
line of the railway from Navy Bay to
Panama, 47i miles. This railway, which
was executed by American enterprise, was
commenced in 1850, and finished in Janu?
ary, 1855, at a cost of $7,500,000. No such
difficulties are in the way of a canal across
the Isthmus of Panama as French capital
and enterprise have successfully overcome
in the Suez canal. That great work has
been in progress for nearly nine years, and
is to be ninety miles long, twenty feet deep
at low water level on the Mediterranean, and
three hundred and thirty feet wide on the
surface. The company began their labors
with a capital of $40,000,000. A glance at
the map will show the immense importance
of this connection with the East to France
and England, and a similar observation
must impress most forcibly not only the
value, but the necessity, to American com?
merce, if we would give it the world-wide
dimensions we aspire to, of a canal across
the Isthmus of Panama. Its immense ad?
vantages to our Pacific trade, and the com?
pactness it will give to our widely separated
eastern and western limits, are manifest at
a glance. No railroad from the Pacific to
the Atlantic can ever afford the capacity
for the transportation of heavy products
that can be had by water communication.
It seems strange that the narrow barrier
between the two oceans at the Isthmus of
Panama has not long ago given way before
the strides of commercial enterprise.
PORTABLE: ST? AI? ENGINE, SIX (G)
HOUSE IOWER, but Utile used, for salo cheap.
Apply to CAMERON, rSARKLkY k CO.
FOK SALE, EIGHT LAUGE WOKE
MULE.1 AND TWO HORSES, just arrived aud
for Fal?. Appiyat CHRISTOPHER k CO.'b STA?
BLES, No. 60U Kme-strcet. 2* Octoser 6
FOR SALE LOW, A SMALL LOT OP
Prime Young MLLES, suitable for Drays.
Also, a rcw fine Harness and Saddle HORSES.
Apply to K. ARNOLD,
No. 219 Meeting, corner Johu-stieet
October 5 2
pst ano /onn?.
LOST, YESTERDAY AFTERNOON,
october 5. between tie Market UL d Calhoun
sUectonEast Bay, a PACK AUK containing an un
negotiable note, aiso a bond of Mary O. Gray, trus?
tee, in favor of Wm. Lebby, for three Hundred Dol?
lars, dated 25th April, I860, and a mortgage securing
the same, both tho latte assigned in mark.
'J he public are cautioned against trading for tba
above papers, and tr-e finder will be rewarded by
lea Ting the name at THIS OFFICE. 3 CctoberC
LOST, A SET OF GO LO SHIRT BUT?
TONS, with the initials J. J. engraved ou them.
1 ho finder will receive a suitable reward bv leaving
them at this Office, or No. ?88 Ell G-sTREET.
Octobor 5 2*
STRA 1 ED OR STOLEN, A BRINDLE
COW, without horns. I ho Auder will ba libe?
rally rewarded by leiving the same at No. 17(1 COM?
ING-STREET, near Cannan; or any ono giving in
lormution in regard to its whereabouts.
( cuber ,". 2
Fdruin, GOING ASTRAY, A BLACK
NEWFOUNDLAND DOO, with leather collar
?nd i itv bulgo on. The owner cou have the same
by applying at THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Of FICE. Septombr23
TO KENT, THAT FIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS S i AND, No. 290 Eing-streot, a few doers
south of Wentworth-streot, now occupied by F. von
Saaten. September 29
TO RENT, TWO FINE ROOMS. No.
807 King-s:rcot. Apply in the STORE below.
August IS stuth
TO KENT. A HOUSE ON EAST BAY,
next to tho corner of Society-street, containing
seven square rooms a?d all necessary outbui dinge.
Apply on MARSHALL'S WHARF, east end of Cat
ho un-street. ?ruth Septcmoor 26
TO KENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best Stands in the city for a Grocery and Bar
Room Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY opposite New
Custom Houso. September 15
rRENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. i Mary
etreet Also, a HOUsE No. 2 Doughty Biroet, Ap?
ply to W. BYRNE, northeast corner Ein? und Johu
streets. rcptembcr 15
rRENT, A PAKT OK HOUSE No. 171
Coming-street. Inquire on premises.
O KENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF?
TO KENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-MOBY HOUSES, situated
clo'jo to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas facing north and south. Both Houses oro
in good cordi ti un. and well adarted lor private resi?
dences, hot.la or b.arding establishments. To be
rented singly or together; the Furniture taken by
agreoment. If desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OT THE DAILY NEWS.
VICTORIA HOTELT^THE PROPRIE?
TOR announces lo his patrons, and the public
in general, that the price ol board tor (ransiont and
porinanout boarders ha* been considerably reduced.
The Hotel is located iu the buninc-sn part of Kiag
Mreet, corner of Princes. It is one of thc best fur?
nished Hotels lu tho city. Thc proprietor has kept
it for thc last twelve yeats, aud bl* motto is to :n:kc
every i:uest feel at home.
Price for Transient Bj?rdcrs, per day.$2 50
Price lor Permanent Boarders, per wt ck. SOO
October C F. OPDE BEECE, Proprietor.
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PnopurKTous,
COHNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREET8.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Transient Bourel S- 50 per Day.
KIRKLAND ct CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY.
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETU ?!fc CO., Proprietor!,.
THI3 LONG ESTABLISHED FIRsT-CLA.-S
HOTEL, as popularly known in former time1
nader the management of J. B. MONNOT, Esq., ami
more recently uuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON .v
(' ., ie now under thc proprietorship of licssrs. D.
M. niLDRETU ft T. U. ROCE WAY, unorlhc firm oi
D. IL HTLDBETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as u
pioprieior of tia- Veranda, Rt Louts and St. Charlo?
Hotels of New Orleans, flatten) himself that ho eau
assure his friends and ?he public generally, t'.at its
loriner world-wide reputation as a popular first-'-las.
Hotel, Blah bo fully sustained under its prcsonl
mauai;cmout. lyr* Februar.- 13
?VrCTICE.-MK. P. VON SAN TEN liEGS
JJl lo inform hin patr ns and the public ut large th%t
he will remove on or nbout thc 10th instant from his
present stand io his ut w and elegant store, No. 229
EINb-STREKT, two doors uorth of Market*treet,
and opon the mest ho nd > om o and attractive stock of
FANCY GOOIaS, Toys and Fircwoiks ever exhibited
in Ch i leaton. S October 5
EB MOT Al?.-DR. FRANCIS L. PAR
KEA baa removed his office from No. 79
Uroad-streot to No. li UASEL-STREET, two doors
east ol'the Po:-tolfico. July 21
gJissointtou of i?o|iortnfrsl)ip.
DI S si 1 ?1.UT IO ? < : F"COKARTRBB? II I pl
The CopartnersUp heretofore existing bc
twu. u thc Subscribers, uuder the style of PABBY
CLEAR A: HALSEY, is this day dissolved bj mutual
consent The uffjiis ol the late fir-" will be settled
by E. L. HAL KY. who will co itmuo th" buriuceu
at the o:d s:aud, at Wharf, Westend Montague-street.
JAMES S. PERUYCLEAE.
" , E. L. HALSEY.
Charleston, S. C., Scptemb?r JO, 18CS.
October 2 ?
WANT KD, A FURNISHED HOUSE, UK
partly to, in tho central part of tho city, by a
small family. Address Mr*. H. WJBBSTER, Postof
fice. 3* October 6
WA Vt KU, A SITUATION, BY A RE?
SPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN, in a respect?
able family, as child's norse or to do chamber work.
Api ly at No. 17 CHAPEL-STBEET.
October G 1"
\\T A MTB I>, UV A KESPECTABIJ
YT while female, a sifo.s.1 ion as Seamstress
Child's Nurse, or to assist in Housekeeping general
ly. Apply at No. 122 CALHOUN-STBEET.
YTfANTKO, IN t RESPECTABLE P1?I
VV VA i E FAMILY, by a gentleman and wife.two
(2) comtortable rooms; locition between Morris md
Vanderhorst streets. Address M. L. P. through Post
Office. 2* October 5
WASTED, A CULUKKO GIRL. ABOd
13 or U years of ag?, to mind a child t.nd
make herself generally usef d, lho best cf recom?
mendations required Apply at No. 170 COMEMG
STBEEt, near Cannon.
October 6 I
NURSE WAXTED.-WANTED, AN
experienced Colored Nurse. One without
ia nily, who can come well recommended, will get
good wages and a good home. Apply at No. 103
TB A t'D-sTBEET'. 2 October 5
AGENTS AV \ NT KD_A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOi.K.-Agents wantod to sell tho
best Democratic Cimpaum Boot in theft - d. Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, and other leading
Democratic st atesmen, as well as a complete history
cf the t arty. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Hancock, and others, ns
the most valuable political text-book published.
Address D. APPLETON k CO., Publi-hi-rs, New
Ycrkj_lm September 26
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE.
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment that a one-armed raan can
fill. Apply at No. U ANN-STREET. Applicant can
give good references. September 22
117ANTED, BY A YOUNG MA!**, WHO
YV wr.tes a plain and legible hand, a situation
where he can carn a livelihood for the support of hil
fa-, ily. h ddrcss "Penman.'' OFFICE DAILY NEWS.
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wishes to rent a email but
neat and pleassntly situated DWELLING, ltcnt
must bc moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, &c ,
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. September 18
TTfANTKD, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
Tv the up-country, a situation as CLERK ta
eilhet a Wholesale or Retail Grocery store; is ex?
perienced ta the busbies?, and on influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postofflce, ?outu Carolins.
A GENTS WANT ED-DEMOCRATIC
xL CAMPAIGN GOOD-".-Eicht by len OvalMecl
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BL'IR. with or
wiUiout trames. Sheets 25 cents caeh. Life of both
25 cents, rbotogrcpha. Pins, Ladites, Charts,
?c., one hundred por cent profit. Sam, le packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at ouco
GOODsPEKD k CO.,
August ll 2mo* No. 37 Park Row. N. Y.
1.1 MP LO Y M K N T OFFICE-8 ER V A NTS
Ali can bo obtained by apphcatio to tho "UNION
H 'ME," from 8 til i ll o'clock daily.
Servants can abo find places by application to thc
same place, at thc same hourn Inquiro for the Ma?
tron, comer Church and t balmers sticct
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAG AZI > ES AND NEW -
PAPERS, at pubUsher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. ICI Kinr.-strett.
WANTED, A G RN TS I". VERY WHEH F.
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING ME TAL
LIC CLOTHLS LINES. Write for circulars to tho
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York. Oinos April 20
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of Now
Books contains ali of thc latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
TAILORING ,-JM). RUGHE1MKR
respectfully informs bis friends and customers
that he has jutit returned from New York with a full
assortmen' of CLOTHS. CASSIMEHLS and VEST?
INGS for Fall tno winier wear.
Ho has also a supply of the celebrated STAR
SHIRL'S, and a general assortment ot Gentlemen's
ile invites a call and i:i?pcctlon of his Stock at bis
No. HI KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
Three doors north of Qiioen.
September 24 4tuth-0
OFF?CB" CHIEF OK DETECTIVES.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 3, 18G8.-Re?
covered and brought to this Office, ono Black Broad?
cloth SACK CO AT. Tue owner can have the same
by calling at this Office, orovlng property and paying
expenses. ll. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieut, and Ouiof of Detectives.
"VTOTICB TO AUCTIONEERS.-CITY
JLl 'JREAsURI. 1st October, J868.-All Licenses
terminate on 30th Septcmbor of each year. Renew?
als endorsed ou tho License Certificate on payment
of F-ve Dollars, on application during the present
mouth at this office. S. THOMAS,
october 1 c Tty 1 reasurcr.
NOTICE TO PILOTS-CITY TREA?
SURY, 1st Octooer, 1868 -All Li eases that
have expired can Ve rer.cwed OD the recommenda?
tion ot the Chairman oft tic Board of Commissioners
directed :o the Mayor, on application ht this offico
this month. s. THOMAS,
i tctober 1 City Treasurer.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OK POLICE,
CHABLBSTOH, 8.0, September 15, HM?.-The
following ordinance is htreby published tor general
inform?t on, and will be strictly enforced.
C. B. SIG WA LD,
Chief of Police.
Be il ordained by tho Mayor and Alderman of |
Charleston tn City council as?embled, and it is hric
by ordained by (bc authority of the same. That from
and after the first day of January noxt, every person
keeping a shop or s ore, or engaged in mercantile
bu?ia-s* In the City of Charleston, shall post up,
and keep posted up, in somo conspicuous place at
his or her business stand or stands, a proper and
conspicuous sign-board or plate, containing his oi?
lier given name and surname, and m case of pattuer
ship, the givrn name and surname nf e ich member
of the firm. An : ever]' person oQunJiug or mating
default herein, shall forfeit and pay to thc city a
penalty of fifty dollars for <ach and oveiy offence or
default, and tn addition thereto a tarthcr sum of
fifty dollars for each and every mooth during which
th? ptovibio s ef t'iis ordinance shall ren.nu i o:
complied with : Pr ovkd, however, that nothing
herein contained shall apply to tbs social partners
of a limited partnership.
Ratified in City Council, December 2d, 1851.
QITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. )
CITY HALL, October 1 1H68. I
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that thc
monthly Roturna for tin: m nth of September past, in
compliance with thc Tax Ordinance, ratified un the
2,-ab cf January, 1868, must bc made on or before the
Li b instant.
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWING AHE r-AYAbLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares aud Merchandise, In?
cluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval Stores,
and safes by Bakers, Butchers- and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
On a 1 gross receipts of all Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages aud Buggica,
On all income derived hom the pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occup?t i >n or employment. ?
On tho gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commi:
Eion Merchants, Hankers, Brokers and others.
On all prem'ums received for or bv any Insuiance
Com any, oe by agencies lor individuals or comua
On all gross -cceipts of all Oas Companies.
On every Horse und Mulo used or k->pt within thc
city, ext-epting i-oi&ea or mules used in any public
licensed carriage, cur., dray, or other vehicle.
Ou all Re:uit Dealers in uti ?inicies whatsoever.
On a 1 Barber Saous.
Ou all aros ? r eei|*U of Hotels and Public Eating
and Bourding nouses.
On all receipts ot Livery stable Keepers.
On ":e grose receipts of Cotton Presses.
On li e gross receipts of all Priu?ug Offices, News
pap rs and Publi-hug Houses.
On ull ?ood:. suhl i.i thc city by persons not resi?
dent, by sa . plo or otherwise.
On all eales of Horses and Mules brought to lho
On sal'-s ol St-ieks. Bondi', and other securities.
On the gross ?eceipts ol Magnetic Telegraph Com.
On the gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All the defaulters will be dealt with aa thc ordi?
nance directs. AV. N. HP?HEs,
October 1 15 City A.-3c*sor.
THE CHESTERFI ELD DEMOCRAT, A
new p.ter established in tho Tcwu of t'heraw,
S. (.'., will bo published every V.'edu-.'sday, by WOH?
LE i i CO., edited by W. L. T. PRINCE, Esq . at the
extremely low pri- c of S2 i er annum,
As ita rame implies, it ?di advocate tho political
principles o, thc Democratic party.
Apart from poltti-s, it will b- devoted fri thc tli?
seniinarioa of intelligence, aud to the cause of truth
Thc first number will be issued on thc Hilt inst.,
and will baalarge edition. Persons desiring to ad?
vertise will find thc tenn- unusually rcaeouab'c-il
per square for thc first, and 50 cents fur ca.h subse?
quent insertion-always ctsh.
i his ls now the onlv paper ta Choraw.
October 5 12
CITY COCK CIL.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL
wTl be bf ld This Afterroun, in Council Cham?
ber, at Five o'clock. W. H. SMITH,
October 5 1 Clerk of Council.
RE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THI-i
Society will be held at their Hall, This Evening,
Gth instant, at Seven o'dork.
WM. A TEEN EELLY,
October 6 1 ^ocrctary.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING TAKES
place To-Night, at Eight o'clock,
ny order of tho Prcsicmt
October 6 1 CHAS, si EGLING, Secretary.
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY OF AXEMEN.
A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
JJL Company will bc held This Evening, at half
pi.st ?-even o'clock P. M. WM. KNOX,
October C 1 Pccretary.
ATTEN'l ION I VIGILANT FIRE EN OIN E
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
ef your Company T'iis Evening, the Gth ?nat.,
at your Hall, ut >even o'clock precisely.
Honorary and Contributing Members arc specially
invited to attend.
Hy oruer. JNO. T. HUMPBHEYS.
October 6 1 secretary.
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB,
ATTI ND A MTElING OF YOUR CLUB THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, at Arnold's Hall, Meet?
ing-street. By order ol' the Pr sidont.
October 6 1 E. S. G., Secrotary.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATING CONVEN?
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
TUE HON. A. P. AI.DRICB HAVING DECLINED
thc nomination for Congress, another Repre?
sentative of tho Party must bc selected. Attheie
qurst, and by the authority of the State Central Ex?
ecutive Committee of the Democratic Party, the Del?
egate* to tho Nominating Convention of thc Second
Congressioual District are therefore respectfully re?
quested to r?assemble at the Hibernian Hall, in
Charleston, on Thursday, the 15th instant, at Seven
o'clock, P. M., to fill thc vacancy.
JOHN h. WAGENEB, President.
H. C. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
_Octobcr 3 10
AMASS MEETING OF THE DEMOCPACY OF
Colletou Dis rict will be held at Waltcrboro*
on Wednesday, Octobir lath, A BARBECUE will bc
givcu. HAMPTON, ALUttlCH, CAMPBELL, and
other di-tiuguishcl patriots, will address thc
coirurtTEE or ARRANGEMENTS.
C. G. HENDERSON. I R. ll. JENKINS.
W. C. P. DILLINGER. T. E. BOYNTON.
F. G. BER PE. I W. C. GRIFFITH.
JAMES C. 1'EVEAfX. I lt. H ATTLEbY.
October 3 3
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The exorcises of tills School will bo resumed
on Monday. October 12tb.
Thorough instruction given in Latin, Greek,
French, German, Mathematics, and the higher
branches vt English.
Terms of tuition, $12 per quarter, payable in ad?
No extra charge for French, German or Station?
W. R. KINGMAN, A. M., Principal.
F. W. CI SUENT, A. H., Assistant.
C. V. DIBBLE, A. B., Assistaut.
P. A. FEUGAS, A. M.. French Master.
W. A. A. DEAS, Esq., Germ in Master.
October G 6
MISS MCKOfSN ?Si SISTER'S BOARD?
ING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA?
DIES -The rxer-ises of this seminary will (D. V.)
bc resumed on Monday, October 5.
PUBLIC SCHOOL*.-THE EXERCISES
of thc PUBLIC SCHOOLS of this eily will bo
re.-umed on Monday, the Cth October.
Admissions to vacancio* will bo mado at the re?
spective Schoo.'s evory Mondav morning, between
thc hours ol 9 and 10 o'clock, on and utter thc 12th
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIME",
Socretary Commissioners Free Schools.
September 28 10
MRS. HUPSON PINCKNEY' WILL RE?
SUME" tho Exercises of hor SCHOOL FOP.
YOUNG LADIES on Monday, Octobers, at No 50
Instruction given in the French and German Lan?
guages by thc beat Professera.
September 21 Imo
T)OA KDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
J) YOUNG LADIES.-M s. R. F. W. ALLSTON
will reopen hor BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, No. f-7 MKETING-STBEET, Charles?
ton, on the 15th day ot October next. She would
respectfully announce to her patrons that she is pre?
pared to give every attcution to her scholars.
She would tako this occasion to thank her friends
for their kindness and pitrooogo bithPito cxtondod,
and to solicit the continuance of the same.
Scptombcr 17 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL t
No. 35 WENTWOR TH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN OHUIICH.
THE HOURS FOR t'HE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, h FADING, GERMAN and
ENGLTStl GRAMMAR axe from 7 to 9 o'clock P. AI.
Terms-$2 per month m advance.
Book-kcening charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
.HITS INSTITUTION H LOCATED IN THE VIL
HOK Of DUE WEST, eleven ml es north of Abbe?
ville C. H., and four miles trom Donald's Depot, on
thc Greenville and Columbia Railroad. 1 he location
is healthy, the community moral and intelligent, and
the temptations to idleness and vice are lew compar?
ed with those that exist ia (owns and cities.
The government of the Collegs is parental and
mild, tho course ot study tull, and strict atUnti jn to
the exercises of tho i ecltation room is required.
Tho session opens on the first Monday lu October,
and closes the second Wednesday in July.
THUMS FOB THE COLLEGIATE XEAS.
Boarding, por mouth. 12 00
Washing, niel and lights, for the year, about... 20 00
Contingent Fee, lor the year. 3 00
'J hes* payments are In currency, and are required
at ibu beglm.ing and middle ol the collegiate year, in
For further inform dion, apply to Rev. R. C.
GRIER, ol th? Faculty.
JAMES P. PRESSLY.
Secretary of tho Board of Trustees.
Tue West, S. C., September, 1803.
Scplombor22 DAC ru4
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW
YORK.- t'he usual exercises will be resumed
as follows: In thc Grammar ?chool Department,
september ' ; in thc Department of Science aud Let
text, september 16; in tho Schooler Civil Engine-r?
ing, September 10; in Ihe School of Art, september
21; in thc School of Law, Octo.cr 1; in thc Schcol of
.Medicine, October 12; in ihe School of Practical
Chemistry, October 12.
Catalogues and < ircu'ars at tho University. Ex?
aminations lor udm'ssion to thc Department of Sci?
ence and Letters will take placo in the Council
room, on Tuesday, thu l?lh september, at half-past
Kine A. M. ISAAC FERRIS.
University, Washington Square, East.
Scptembor 18 Imo
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Nos. 106 AND 108 LINDEN ROW, FRANKLIN-STREET.
THE DUTIES DF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE KE
SUMED on the firs' day of October next.
Circulars eau be had ol GliOllGE L. BIDGOOD,
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PEGRAM k CO., or of
Box No. 120, Richmond, Virgiria.
September 18 2mo
TJMVERS1TY OF THE SOUTH.
S E W A N E E .
RT. REV. WM. M. GREEN. D. I)., Chancellor.
RT. REV. C. T. QUINTA RP, D. D., LL. D., Vice
Trustees-The Bishops of Noith Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alaoama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Tennessoe, Texai and Arkansas ex officio,
and one Clerical and two Lay Trustees lroin each
of said Liocc.-e*.
Thc itoard of Trustees of the University announce
that they will open thc Junior Department at Uni?
versity Place, on Wedne-day, the l?th day of Sep?
tember uexi, uudcr General J. GOBGA?, of Ala?
ban a. as Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
West P-dut, very highly recommended by General
l.cc ouu other leading treu of t. e country.
Desiring to make the school simply self-sustain?
ing, thc Tnu'ees have Axed upon the sum o? $;?C0
per year to cover Die entire charges, except matricu?
lation frc iSlil) sud zn? dual attendance, students
will be required to furnish their own Sleets, pillows,
eases and towels. Payment will be rtquirod scini
Thc first terni will close December 15, and the
School will reopen, after thc Christmas va -.noe, on
thc 10:h day ot'February, remaining in ses-ion dur?
ing thc summer except a short recess.
Communications in reference to the School should
he addressed to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, Esq., Tioasu
rir of tho University, University Place, Franklin
'J lie location of the University cn the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of thc Cumberland Mountains is
too well known to require desorption.
Persons coming to Lui versify Place change cars at
Cowan station, Nashville and Chattanooga UsUroad,
and tak- ihe cars ot the Tennessee Coal t'ouipuny to
University Station 19 miles) on the University do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GUEEN,
September 9 Chancellor.
Jlrg ?noto, <EU\_
JjlALL AND WINTER
MESSRS. LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
Xo. 218 KINO - STREET,
HAVE OPENED A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
WHICH THEY WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
VERY LOW PRICES.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THEIR
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS DRESS GOODS
Will offer for salo on MONDAY, tho 5th ins'ant,
A CHOICE LOT OF DRESS GOODS, LESS
THAN COST OF IMPORTATION.
LOUIS COHEN & CO,,
No. SIS KING-STREET.
4 3 7 1
QHEAP DRY' GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND RINO STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by everv steamer, large invoices of
tho CHEAPEST FALL GOODS whicb have over been
offered in 'his 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 Dross Goods, from 20 to 26 cents r er yard
Best Irish Poplins, from 30 to CO cents per yard
calic?es, at 10,12 Ji ind 15 cents lier yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 6C couts per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment of While and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will bo sold from $3 up
Colored Qr.ilts. from $1 75 to $2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1, 11-4, 12-4, from ?2 50
Ladies'English Hose, without scams, from 37 to 50
Jeans from 20 to 25 rents (best)
Satkots, from 50 to 75 cents
A large qautl'.y ol the la'est style of Casslmeres, from
$1 to $150
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to $3 50
A ? ariety ot Shaw s, at $2, $2 60, $3, $3 50, $4, and $5
Brown and White Shirtina, at 10, HJj and 15 cents
Also, fine brauche} of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear nt different prices
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
A good quility of Kid Glove-1, 75 cents
Tho latest style of Felt a td Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttous, Blbbons. kc, at the lowest cash
Jio-Roaiembor tho CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALcO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in goneral that we have built an addition to
our Storo, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOE-!, HATS,
TRUNKS, Atc, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examino our Stock.
8S~ ENTRANCE IN CALHO?N-8TREET.
FUHCHGOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 . 3mo
J_? OSIER Y , GLOVES,
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TB IM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY & C'J"
NO. 3 7 LT A YNE-STREET,
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
city and country customers, and the trade generally,
to their complete and attractive assortment of tho
abovo mentioned Goods.
Our PURCHA-ING PARTNER is constantly in the
NEW YORK MARKET, aud weare thereby enabled
to o flor peculiar advantages to our customers in both
styles and Prices.
We would also invite an examination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE ONLY FA ULTLESS SK?RT MADE,
For which we ate SOLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 Die thstulmo
TRAUSS ?Si VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, i ULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DRY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually tilled. Au agon: in New York will furnish sup
pUos of Now Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LtSESNE k WELLS, No. 10 Br.ad-street.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOKK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS it CO.
September 8 DAC Imo
~BOKNEO HAGGING !
-J < rv BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
JLv 'Vr weight and width.
For .'ale by Gi.O. A. TREN HO OM k SON.
October 3 stuthl5
1 AA R0LLS uF SUPERIOR QUALITY, PRIC1
A. \ t\J -4 cents cash per yard.
Apply at MEE TI .N G. S'TR IC ET ICE HOUSE.
September 10 Imo
TOE UNDERSIGNED, WITH C. L. TP.ENHOLM,
W?T sell OAK and PINE WOOD, at wholesale
and retail. Orders promptly filled if left at JOSE
JARA'S, cirner Meeting and market streets, at Or.
SKRINE'S Drug istorc, iiing-slrect. or ut their o?ice,
Central Wharf. lt. MACBETH SMITH.
September 29 in?
JOHN S . H O R L B E C K ,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he i aa commenced the t OAI
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3m o
rrllE GUKENVILLK KN TE UPRISE,
J. G. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. BAILEY, Pro?
prietor and Associate, bas a good circulation in both
town and country, and is read it the Counties of
Pickens, Anderson, Ocouee, bpartauburg, au a Lau?
rens. Its popularity continues to increase, and w?l
well repay the Charleston merchants to Pdvertisein
its columns. Terms as usual. Address as p?r above.
?rorerifs ano ?Wmt?ianms.
1 r. HHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
JLfJ 10 hhds. Clayed Molasses
75 barrels cheap Syrup.
For sate by W. H. CH AFEE & CO.,
October 0_2 No. 267 East Bay-atreet.
t\Cifi SACKS LIVERPOOL COARSE 3ALT
OUU 100 paaks L?TC:pool Fine Salt
xo eackaTable snit.
For Bile by W. H. CHAFEE ft CO.,
October 6 2_No. 287 Hast Bay street.
PORTER AND ALE.
CASKS "TRUMAN, BANBURY k CO.'S" POB
- casis "Bvasa" Port-r-pinta
- casks "lounger's Pale Ale-quarts and pinta
- casks "Younger'a" Strong Ale. pints-in jugs.
For sale by W. H. ?.'HAt-EE k CO.,
October C 2_No. 207 Hast Biy-street,
BACON, FAGGING, ROPE, &c.
Off HHDS. STRICTLY PRIME C?-EAR RIB
to hhds. Stric ly[PrimeShoulders
25 boxes Plantation Shoulders
5U tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hams, various brands
50 tubs Pura and Kxira Lard.
75 bales HEAVY AND EXTRA HEAVY BAGGING
150 half coils Greenlea! Rope
KJO coils Best Flax Rope
10 bales Bagging Twine.
150 bags RIO COFFEE
50 bbl s Mess Pork
150 bbls. Clarified an J Refined Sugars
200 boxes Candles
20 hags Cboii-e Old Java Coffee
Hbds. and bbls. Syrups and Holr,s?es.
For sale by HENRY COBLA k CO.
October 0_ tutbs3
RIO COFFEE, ?SUGAtf, ROPE.
1 A Q BAGS RIO COFFIE
ITU S00 bbts. Cuba and Porto Rico Sugar
300 colls Bopo
60 bbls. Molaases.
Landing and for sale by MORDECAI k CO.
October 6_ 2
SARDINES, NAILS, CANDLES
1 <fi/fl CASES QUARTER TINS SARDINES
1UU 600 kees Nails
200 boxes Candles
50 boxes Soap
20 hbds. Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
Landing and for sale by A. TOBIiS' SONS.
October C 2
COHN FOR SALE.
1 ?AA BUSH ''LS PRIME WESTERN CORN.
LOvU For sale by
SCHEVEN k NISBET,
October 6 3 Accommodation Wharf.
lOTATOES, ONIONS, APPLES
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH.
October C 3* No. 52 State-street
APPLES POTATOES, GKAPES
PA BBLS. EXTRA APPLES
OKs 25 bbls. Potatoes
2 cases Grapes
2 bbls. Pears.
By the steamer Champion. For ^le by
H. W. KINSMAN,
October 5 1 No. 153 East Bay.
MILL POND OYS I fr RS,
PLAN CED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Cannonsboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged by judges to be tbe finest flavo-ed OYS FERS
in the wor.d-fat thrmsclva- and most fattening
nourishment, superior to Norfolk aod New York
bivalves in delicacy, sweetness and relish.
To be bad in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or pc k in the shell, and by thu Rall?n, quart
or pint opened, at the WEST r ND OF BEE-STREET.
October 6_JOHN S. SCHMIDT, Agent.
LIQUORS! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JU8T MADE.
HAVING MAD,! ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of the bim importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we are now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Wines, Pure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale, Stouton's Bitters, ?kc, at greatly re*
Pari los in want of any of the above articles, would
do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Quick Sales and Small Profita is our mono.
BY!?NE ft FOGARTY,
No. 452 King-street, corner John-street,
Charlo-ton, 8. C.
OLD KEN1UCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal... .2 SO
Otiolce Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, X.2 80
Choice Old .Monongahela Rye Whiskey. XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, XXX_3 25
Pure Hol'and Gio.4 00
Fine Old Burgandy Port Wine.3 00
Fine Old Madeira Wine.3 00
FiooOld Sherry Wine.3 00
Stouton's twitters, per botUe. 75
I judon Porter, warranted, per dozen bottles... .3 00
English and scotch Ale, per dozen bottles.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
Port Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, pei dozen bottles.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozeu bottles.6 to 12
Gio, per dozen bottles.12 00
A discount of ten per cent, will be allowed on all
bills of S60. Imo October 6
SEVEN (7) TIERCES CHOICE SUGAR CURED
75 bbls. CHOI3E APPLES, at low prices and in
lota to suit purchasers.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
October 1 thstuS Fae'ors.
PIG HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
CHOICE SUGAR CURED PIG HAMS AND
SHOULDERS, unbagged, just received and
for sale at
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. October 3
WKSTEKN KULK BACON
HHDS. CLEAR RIR SIDES DRY SALTED
5 hbds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 bids. Shoulders, nmoked.
Just received, and for sale by
October 1 Fest Bay.
H. & H. W. CATHE ii WOOD'S*
EXTRA PINE, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUH PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS
KEYS to our tormer numerous customers at the
South, we have appointe! Mo-srs. H. GERD I'S k
CO. our Agents, who, by this .arrangement, ara
enabled to supply tho trude at pnces which will en?
H. k H. W. CATHERWOOD.
17. & II. AV. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
rf \ BBLS. OF THE ABOV C FAVORITE WHTS
D\J KEYS, consisting of X. XX. XXX. XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS k CA.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
REMOVAL OF THE:C<M)PERA
TIVE GROCERY STOKE.
THIS STORE HAVING BION REMOVED TO
tho Southwest Cor. er ot MARKET AND MEET?
ING STREETS, and large additions having been
made to tho Stock. Stockholders and tbe public gene?
rally are respectfully invited to call und examine the
paule, which w.li be found to embrace a large and
varied assortment ofGROi'EtUE> of all descriptions,
and to be sold at the lowest cash prices.
tfS-Goodis deivered FREE OF CH vRGE to rail?
road depols, wharves and ali parts O' the city.
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Sou'hwextCor ?cr of Market and Meering-streets.
SOUTHWEST CORNER HEETIQG AND
A N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
XX. selected supply ot the NECEAS VRIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES LIQUORS,
etc -will at all times be lound at thu above Store,
established under the auspi. es ol tho "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
wh'ch wiil continue and extend the a?lvautages it
already offers to the public. Fres i ^rivals and
bargains will bi regularly reported, and overv facihV
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of thc Associatim u, as set lorth in
ita charter, "To furnish members and tiie publia
with the necessaries of Ufo Ol goad q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowes: market rate?, und trom tbe
profits of such sales to a -cumulate capita for its
Copies of tao Constitution and By-Lawa cm be
found at the store ot thc Association, and all in?
quiries regarding the practical working ot the enter*
prise will be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant,